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Photo of the Week

Oct 17th, 2013 | 0

STEVE HUFSTETLER of Teramore Development, applicant for the project, made the case that the proposed Dollar General at Inlet Beach store would be compatible with the community and urged for approval. The BCC denied the application 3-2. (Photo by Dotty Nist)

 

THE WALTON COUNTY EXPERIMENTAL AIRCRAFT ASSOCIATION celebrated the debut of the repainted and redesigned compass rose at the DeFuniak Springs Airport with a ribbon-cutting hosted by the Walton Area Chamber of Commerce and the city on Saturday, Oct.12. Members of the newly formed club chapter also held a Young Eagles event at the airport later that day, with 20 members of the Walton County Junior ROTC taking part in the program, which aims to introduce young people to aviation by letting them see what it’s really like to take to the sky. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

 

THINGS BIG AND SMALL and all in between, including this sail boat
were just waiting for shoppers to pick them up and take them home. St. Agatha’s Episcopal Church in DeFuniak Springs held a Sale Around the Circle on Oct. 12 to raise funds for the church. (Photo by Alicia Leonard)

 

THE END OF A BEAUTIFUL DAY adjacent to St. Joseph Bay. Herald Breeze reporter Jeffrey Powell took this photo on a visit to St. Joseph Peninsula State Park, a perfect place to spend an early autumn day. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

 

THE WALTON VOLLEYBALL TEAM holds a 13-5 record through Monday night and will travel to Pensacola next week to take part in the District 1, Class 4A tournament at Catholic High School. (Photo by Patrick Casey)

ZACH REESE (26) South Walton running back, ran for 131 yards to help the Seahawks total 548 yards of total offense as the Walton County squad improved to 4-2 on the year. South Walton will travel to Bonifay to take on Holmes County on Friday night at Memorial Stadium in an important district contest that is set to kickoff at 7 p.m. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

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