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Photos 12/29/2011

Dec 29th, 2011 | 0

THIS PLAQUE honoring Pat and Louis Kellogg, donors of the Kellogg Nature Center property, was dedicated in 2010. Walton County commissioners will be taking over the management and oversight of a 10-plus acre property that had been donated eight years ago for use by the public as a nature center. (Photo by Dotty Nist)

SANTA PATROL HAS PLENTY OF BACKUP. Pictured here (l-r) are Leah Snaith, Sgt. Danny Garner, Greg Bradford, Friendship Baptist Church Pastor Johnmark Brown, his wife Amy Brown, records clerk Sharon McHenry, Cooper Armstrong and Lt. Eddie Farris. The WCSO Santa Patrol collected more than 2,000 gifts that were given to more 350 needy children this Christmas.

TDC EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Dawn Moliterno, TDC members, and their attorney Clay Adkinson engage in discussion at the tourism council's Dec. 13 meeting. The TDC reported "strong numbers" for October 2011 bed tax collections.

WALTON'S AMOS WILLIAMS scored nine points against Beth Haven on the last day of the Cats Against Cancer classic. His team mates Deshun Tucker and Ken Randolf each scored 11 points to give the Braves a close 56-53 win to finish 1-1. (Photo by Reid Tucker)


CHAD ZESSIN scored 13 points to lead the Bobcats in scoring against Pensacola Catholic in the final game of the classic. Paxton ground out a 42-38 win in a defense-heavy contest to finish up Cats Against Cancer with one loss and one win. (Photo by Reid Tucker)


PAXTON'S ALYSSA DUPREE scored 12 points to lead the Lady Cats on the way to a solid, if close 43-39 win over Niceville’s girls on the last night of the Cats Against Cancer Tournament. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

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