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Photos of the Week 11.28.2013

Nov 28th, 2013 | 0

SOUTH WALTON MONTESSORI ACADEMY students decorated the children’s bedroom of the historic Wesley mansion at Eden Gardens State Park. The mansion in Point Washington is looking a lot like Christmas thanks to dozens of volunteers representing 10 separate businesses and organizations. The decorating took place on Nov. 19, with a flurry of activity and good will. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

 

LINDA (l) AND CODY STRICKLAND stand next to a 22-foot tall Southern Red Cedar. Started in the 1960s, Strickland’s tree farm is one of the largest Christmas tree farms in Florida. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

 

A FANCY HAT OR BONNET IS AS IMPORTANT as Earl Grey or scones with clotted cream if one is to enjoy a proper English tea. The Chautauqua Hall of Brotherhood in DeFuniak Springs was packed with visitors for a traditional English afternoon tea, itself a yearly tradition in DeFuniak Springs as holidays approach.
(Photo by Reid Tucker)

 

KRISTA MCQUEEN LED THE LADY BRAVES with 26 points against South Walton. South Walton saw their early-season record fall to 1-4 after the visiting Walton Lady Braves posted a 57-36 win on the Seahawks’ home floor, advancing their own record to 4-1. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

 

PAXTON’S JAMIE CARROLL (15) goes up for a shot during the Bobcats victory over Poplar Springs. The Bobcats are off to a 2-0 start. (Photo by Patrick Casey)

 

FREEPORT’S MARY KATE MYRICK (5) had 13 points against Holmes County and 16 versus Baker as the Bulldogs defeated district foes on back-to-back nights to move to 6-0 on the year. (Photo by Patrick Casey)

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