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Photos of the Week 7.26.2012

Jul 27th, 2012 | 0

NEW SOUTH WALTON HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC DIRECTOR and head football coach Phil Tisa (l) is congratulated by administrator Jimmy Ross. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

DEFUNIAK SPRINGS’ JOSH MILLER WON in his amateur fighting debut, defeating Pensacola’s Cody Anderson in a three-round bout that was settled by the judges’ decision. Miller and Anderson competed at Club LiVE’s Friday Night Fights event, held July 20 in Pensacola. (Photo courtesy of Joshua Miller)

EDWARD ARMBRUSTER (center) DONATED THE UNIFORM of his late wife, Rosemary, to the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4437 and to the Ladies Auxiliary that serves the post. Armbruster said the best way to honor his wife’s memory was to recognize the dedication of Ladies Auxiliary members everywhere. He was joined by his daughters and the organization’s members at a small dedication ceremony on Wednesday, July 18, his wife’s birthday. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

WHERE IN THE HERALD is the Walton County Baptist Association? On a mission trip to Oceana, West Virginia, where this photo was taken of the mission team with a copy of the Herald Breeze. (Photo from Southwide Baptist Church)

FAMILY NUTRITION PROGRAM ASSISTANT Amy Leath helps students prepare personal size veggie pizzas, at Get Active-Get Healthy, a three-day 4-H program which consists of specific nutritional instruction. The program was recently held at the Walton County Extension Service. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)



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