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Photos of the Week 8.8.2013

Aug 8th, 2013 | 0

CLAY WILLCOX, 16, OF DEFUNIAK SPRINGS, LIFTED 330 POUNDS in the dead lift competition at the WPA Raw World Championships, held July 27-28 at Walton High School. (Photo by Ashley Amason)


KOURTNEY KUEHN, 25, OF MISSISSIPPI WON BEST LIFTER in the women’s full power division, posting numbers of 275.6 in the squat, 159.6 in the bench press and 253.5 in the deadlift. (Photo by Ashley Amason)


RETIRED COL. GEORGE “BUD” DAY (l), reportedly the most decorated American Airman, passed away on Saturday, July 27. He is photographed here with Retired C/MST Bayness Powell, father of DeFuniak Springs Herald/ Breeze Staff Writer Jeffrey Powell. Powell was acquainted with Day during active duty. Upon meeting Day during a dedication ceremony at Northwest Florida State College Powell proudly saluted Day. “Not only was I saluting a retired officer I was saluting the Medal of Honor,” Powell said. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)


TRAFFIC MOVED slowly, but orderly this past weekend, keeping shoppers and drivers safe along the congested highway. Shoppers had plenty of choices this past weekend during the Highway 83 and Beyond yard sale event. The growing community sale began at the intersection of U.S. 90 and Hwy. 83 and stretched to past the Alabama state line into Troy during the first weekend in August.


FREEPORT COUNCIL AND MAYOR: (l-r), Ray Jackson, Janice McLean, Mayor Russ Barley, Elizabeth Brannon, Harold Taunton and Jennifer Laird with birthday cake. Freeport Town Planters hosted a 50th birthday party at City Hall for the city of Freeport. Those in attendance were treated to refreshments of birthday cake and punch and they were able to browse through sets of loose leaf notebooks which chronicled Freeport’s history with articles and pictures from 1830 through the present day (Photo by Tim Ard).

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