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Photos of the Week 4.3.2014

Apr 4th, 2014 | 0

THE SPECIAL OLYMPICS AVERAGES $34 MILLION EACH YEAR at the global level, and 300 Florida state and local law enforcement agencies participate in runs like the Torch Run, 1,500 miles across 60 Florida counties. (Photo by Reid Tucker)


ON MONDAY, MARCH 31, three members of the First Baptist Academy briefed family, friends and visitors about their recent mission trips to Guatemala. William Murray (l), Gracie Geoghagan and Lilli Feitama each spoke to the gathering and related a few of their personal experiences. “The students did a marvelous job today,” said DeFuniak Springs First Baptist Church Pastor Bobby Tucker. “The wonderful thing about this is that both adults and children can be involved in ministry. The kids gave of their spring break to help others.” (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)


DEFUNIAK SPRINGS MAYOR BOB CAMPBELL ANSWERED questions from the students in attendance at the ceremony at which he issued the proclamation establishing the week of March 23 as National Boys & Girls Club Week in the city. (Photo by Reid Tucker)


FORMER WALTON football player Deon Lee is climbing up the depth chart at Troy University this spring. (Photo courtesy Troy University)


SKYDIVERS WHO CAME TO THE BOOGIE had a little waiting to do before they were able to take to the air, but once they did everything went off without a hitch despite the sometimes unfavorable weather. Jim and Melanie Nipper, owners and operators of Skydive Live! in north Walton County, and main skydiving instructor David Rose, along with the rest of the staff welcomed the public as well as their usual customers for a weekend of skydiving, barbecuing, and camping out. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

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