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Photos of the Week 6/16/2011

Jun 16th, 2011 | 0

VISITORS could experience flight in a pre-Depression-era radial-engined biplane. MORE THAN 50 aircraft were on hand at the Marvel of Flight fly-in at the DeFuniak Springs Municipal Airport last Saturday. The exact number has not been determined because the linemen directing air traffic simply lost count. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT is emphasizing compromise in dealing with questions of private beach areas versus the public's customary right to recreational use of the beach. Regarding the state statute/Florida Administrative Code (FAC) provision cited on some of the signs, apparently no such provision exists. (Photo by Dotty Nist)


A DEFUNIAK SPRINGS baserunner scampers into third base just ahead of the tag by the Destin third baseman during a game on Monday night at the DeFuniak Springs Little League park. Destin pulled out a 15-8 win over the DFS #1 squad. (Photo by Patrick Casey)


MARK MAGUIRK holds up a huge bass he caught in last weekend's World Champion Bream tourament sponsored by the Red Bay Grocery and Nick's Seafood Restaurant. (photo by Nathan Powers)

THIS 15-POUND gar was caught by Tyler McLeod at the annual World Champion Bream Tournament last weekend. Helping Tyler savor the moment are Kenny Donaldson on the left and hidden on the right is Trey Nick whose Nick's Seafood Restaurant was the co-sponsor of the event with the Red Bay Grocery. (Photo by Nathan Powers)

AT THE END OF THE DAY parents were able to see what the youngsters had learned, at the SWHS Cheer Camp, held last weekend. Some 31 aspiring cheerleaders attended the camp. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

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