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Photos of the Week 4/21/2011

Apr 21st, 2011 | 0



DEE SOUTH CUTS THE grand opening ribbon this past Friday for the new farmer’s market to be open on Fridays in downtown DeFuniak.


KEN LITTLE places the time capsule in its underground storage chamber. The commemorative bronze plaque capping off the time capsule references the capsule and its date of placement and identifies the container as having been stored by the Santa Rosa Beach Centennial Celebration Committee, with the assistance of the Walton County Board of County Commissioners. (Photo by Dotty Nist)


LONGTIME PLEASANT GROVE COMMUNITY resident Kenneth Harrison stands at Harrison M. Fry's grave. Fry was murdered at the confluence of Tantrough and Sandy creeks in north Walton County in 1941, when Kenneth Harrison was 9 years old. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

MATTHEW NICHOLAS exhibited his Veggie Cab which is powered by discarded vegetable oil. Dozens of visitors braved a stiff westerly wind on Saturday, April 16, for the third annual Walton County Earth Day Festival. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

JAYCELYN MERCHANT, Holmes County's 10-year-old award-winning cowgirl, displays her roping prowess while practicing at her father's home. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

SOUTH WALTON'S BATTERS actually got one more hit than did Walton, at 10, but failed to convert despite several good looks and near-tie in the fourth inning. Alex Astin scored two runs for the Seahawks and Jordan Henke had a two-run double. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

SOUTH WALTON collapsed the competition as they came out on top of the 2011 Walton County Softball Tournament last week. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

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