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Photos of the Week 2/02/2012

Feb 3rd, 2012 | 0

A UNION three-piece band played for the students. Dozens of elementary school students from around the county visited the Florida frontiersmen settlement and Walton Guard Civil War camps on Friday morning, Jan. 27. This was one of many events and exhibits offered at the Chautauqua Assembly last weekend. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)


EVERY STUDENT ON THIS STOP, a recreation of a Civil War military camp around the Lakeyard in DeFuniak Springs, learned about Civil War currency. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)


EVERYONE LINED up to get a plate full of the delicious lunch that was prepared by the Mayfields as a special thanks for the work that goes into Christmas Reflections. The lunch was served at St. Agatha's Church parish hall in DeFuniak Springs. (Photo by Alicia Leonard)


SOUTH WALTON RECOGNIZED SENIOR ATHLETES Alyssa Bump, Alex McManus and Mackenzie Watson prior to the Lady Seahawks’ game against cross-county rival Walton on Friday, Jan. 27. (Photo by Reid Tucker)


PAXTON’S SENIOR NIGHT FESTIVITIES included reading remembrances from the seven seniors on the Lady Cats basketball team. This season marks the last for Maegan Newborn, Taylor Cook, Haley Revette, Caylee Nelson, Lizzie Murray, Alyssa Dupree, and Rebecca Ferreira, most of whom have played together since middle school. (Photo by Reid Tucker)


PONCE DE LEON SENIOR KAITLYN CARROLL (21) had 12 points as the Pirates pulled away from Walton in the fourth quarter for a 56-37 victory on January 24. The Pirates also defeated North Florida Christian on Saturday night 43-15 to end the regular season with a 22-2 record. (Photo by Patrick Casey)



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