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Photos of the Week 11-18-2010

Nov 18th, 2010 | 0

THE NEWLY UNVEILED Freeport Veteran’s memorial. Last Thursday’s dedication ceremony is to be the beginning of an annual celebration in Freeport which has never before celebrated Veterans Day in a public setting. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

THE WALTON MIDDLE SCHOOL DRAMA CLUB presented a “A Letter Home,” a soldier’s advice to his young son. The 38th Annual Veterans Day program at Walton Middle School was an emotional thank-you to our country’s heroes. (Photo by Alicia Leonard)

WALTON COUNTY’S 20th annual Flutterby Children’s Arts Festival took place Nov. 13 and 14 at Rosemary Beach, sponsored by the Merchants of Rosemary Beach. The festival benefits the Cultural Arts Association and its educational programs. Activities included crafts, games, exhibits, a parade, and more.The inspiration for the festival is the Monarch butterfly’s annual migration through the area. (Photo by Dotty Nist)

WALTON JUNIOR KICKER ALEX BRACK (1) kicked two field goals, including this 38-yarder, to help the Braves post a 39-23 victory over Vernon on Friday night at Everette Yates Memorial Stadium. (Photo by Jennifer Casey)

CALEB MCCORMICK, here backed up by Brandon Head, scored the first of Freeport’s five touchdowns on a 38-yard pass from Dakota Davis just minutes into the first quarter. Freeport rocked Rocky Bayou Christian with a 34-20 win to take the Bulldogs into the start of the state playoffs. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

CIRCUIT JUDGE KELVIN WELLS swore in reelected County Commissioners Sara Comander and Kenneth Pridgen to their new terms at a ceremony on Tuesday, Nov. 16 at the Board of County Commissioners chambers. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

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