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Photos of the Week 8.1.2013

Aug 1st, 2013 | 0

THIS GROUP OF STUDENTS brush up on their map reading skills with a GPS orientation class. Camp Timpoochee recently hosted 92 campers as the Walton County 4-H held its annual summer camp from July 22 to July 26. The campers were able to enjoy a bevy of activities including, but not limited to, fishing, kayaking, snorkeling, archery and performing skits. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)


CHRISTIAN FRIIS, GABE MOORE AND JOE LEDO-MASSEY did Walton County proud, medaling at the USA Track and Field National Junior Olympics. Friis and Ledo-Massey finished sixth and third, respectively, in the 15-year-old age division while Moore came in fourth overall and in the 17-18-year old division. (Photo courtesy of Tamera Massey)



CITY CLERK ROBIN HAYNES administers oath of office to newly elected Mayor Russ Barley. Before a standing room only crowd with overflow in the hallways, Councilman Ray Jackson called the Freeport Council meeting of July 25 to order and called Haynes forward to administer the oath of office. (Photo by Ben Grafton)


MICKEY MARSE, mayor of Freeport for 22 years, sat down with the Herald Breeze to reflect on his many years of service. (Photo by Ben Grafton)


WALTON COUNTY SCHOOL Superintendent Carlene Anderson(l) accepts an Energy Excellence Award from Craig Mesenbrink (c) with Cenergitic, alongside Energy Specialist Michelle Doggett (r) for more than $1.3 million in energy cost avoidance in the last 17 months in the Walton County School District.


SETH FRANCO, a former Harlem Globetrotters member poses for a photo with Kiki Bogart and Destiny Mason, members of the DeFuniak Springs Students Working Against Tobacco (SWAT).

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