EXTENSION AGENT EDDIE POWELL (r) and Master Gardener Harold Floyd (l) with a small portion of the healthy tomato plants growing in the Extension’s greenhouse in DeFuniak Springs. Workshops were held on April 4 in north and south Walton County.
THE MOUNDS at Biophilia Center are always a great attraction. On Saturday, April 5 – Earth Day – at the E.O. Wilson Biophilia Center, the grounds were filled with exhibits. No fewer than 30 businesses and organizations, too many to list, contributed to the activities.
LOCALS DO THEIR PART TO HELP LAW ENFORCEMENT keep the beachside areas clear of Spring Break troublemakers – perhaps none more so than this sizeable bull shark. (Photo by Reid Tucker)
HUNDREDS OF TEENAGE SPRING BREAKERS SWARMED on the beaches just off State Road 30A. (Photo by Reid Tucker)
PAXTON’S EMORY ANDERSON (2) got a lead off of second base late in the game after collecting his third hit of the afternoon against Central. The Bobcats are 11-2 overall and 8-0 in district competition so far this season. (Photo by Patrick Casey)