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Photos of the Week 2/10/2011

Feb 10th, 2011 | 0

FLORIDA LT. GOV. Jennifer Carroll (center) is greeted by Walton Republican Women Federated (WRWF) Reservations Chair Margaret Crozier (left) and WRWF President Charlotte Flynt. WRWF celebrated the 100th birthday of former president Ronald Reagan at the Black Tie and Blue Jeans Gala held last weekend. (Photo by Dotty Nist)

SALUTE AND SILENCE accompanied the bearing of Col. Greg Malloy's casket from the funeral service, held Feb. 6 at Walton High School. Malloy was killed in the course of a manhunt for murder suspect Wade Williams, who was also killed. (Photo by Bruce Collier)

THESE THREE TEENS were named youths of the year at the Boys & Girls Club Defuniak Springs Teen Center Banquet: Jorreal (from BGC Pensacola), Tevia (BGC Fort Walton Beach) and Gerald (BGC DeFuniak Springs).

THE PONCE DE LEON LADY PIRATES' VICTORY against Baker marks the program’s seventh straight District 1-2A girls’ basketball championship. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

THE PAXTON GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM captured their seventh consecutive district title with a win in Bethlehem on Saturday night. (Photo by Patrick Casey)

WALTON'S DEON LEE signed to play college football at Troy University while Corliss Stone will suit up for Tusculum College next fall. (Photos by Patrick Casey)

"TURTLE BOB" WALKER (left) introduces an alligator snapping turtle to Rep. Marti Coley and Washington County Superintendent of Schools Dr. Sandra Cook, part of the -up close demonstrations at E.O. Wilson Biophilia Center. The center played host to Coley, Cook, Reps. Matt Gaetz and Brad Drake, and Executive Director Patrick McDaniel of Panhandle Area Educational Consortium last week. (Photo by Ben Grafton)

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