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Photos of the Week 4/7/2011

Apr 9th, 2011 | 0




A SURE SIGN of Spring is these little fuzzy ducks enjoying some time out with their mom around our beautiful lake yard in DeFuniak Springs this week.(Photo by Alicia Leonard)

THE WEATHER was delightful for lying in the grass. Sponsored by Families First Network and the Walton County Prevention Coalition, Family Fun Day was held last week at Wee Care Park. (Photo by Ashley Amason)

SPECIAL OLYMPIAN STEVEN LYNN of DeFuniak Springs carries the “Flame of Hope” through the final leg of Walton County’s Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run. (Photo by Reid Tucker)


ATTENDEES were able to tour the new state of the art sports complex. Well over 200 parents, students and educators took the opportunity to tour the new Emerald Coast Middle School in Santa Rosa Beach on March 31. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

THIS HUGE PINE was taken down by Monday night's high winds (or a tornado). Location is Bridge Creek Church Ponce De Leon, at the corner of 183-A and Alford Rd. Photo by Michael Gratz, resident of Ponce De Leon,Fla.

LIAM MILLER, a four-year starter on the Braves baseball team, led his teammates through several lean years with his characteristically resolved but soft-spoken attitude of winning as a team. Miller spoke with the Herald Breeze for an article in this week's edition. (Photo by Reid Tucker)


THE NIGHT BELONGED to Brendan Leach of Walton, who controlled the flow of the game from the mound by throwing an utterly blistering 13-strikeout one-hitter against South Walton. The Braves earned a 5-0 victory over the Seahawks on March 31. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

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