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Photos of the Week 10.10.2013

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MORE THAN 20 members of the 1985 state championship football team returned to Walton High on Friday night for their induction into the Walton Sports Hall of Fame. (Photo by Jennifer Casey)

 

MANY TOOK PART in the Blessing of the Animals. Pictured (l-r) are Alisa McLeod, Shelby Skipper, Gary Woodham and Rev. Dr. Sandra McLeod. (Photo provided by Carrie Dockery.)

 

GLORIA KOKOWICZ (l) ENJOYED meeting author Martha Kotite (r) at the author signing event, Oct. 5. At the Walton County Library, local authors set up shop to meet with readers and fans. Nine authors were present for the event and brought copies of their work for sale.

 

DISPLAY OF SEA TURTLES hatching and leaving nest, at a special program held last weekend at E.O. Wilson Biophilia Center. (Photo by Ben Grafton)

 

JOHNATHAN ORTNER (15), South Walton junior quarterback, threw for 324 yards and had five touchdown passes but also added 66 yards on the ground as this first half scamper helped the host squad rally from a 24-14 deficit. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

 

MOSSY HEAD WATER WORKS PRESIDENT Tom Terrell received recognition for his 30-plus years of service to the community at a surprise retirement party on Oct. 4. Several members of the Walton County Board of County Commissioners and Water Works Line Operator Josh Hayes presented Terrell with plaques in honor of his many achievements as head of the organization. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

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