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Photos of the Week 9/08/2011

Sep 8th, 2011 | 0

PROUD MOTHER GLENDA PENTON stands next to her son's portrait. This portrait of Sgt. Timothy Padgett, who was killed in action in Afghanistan in 2007, was painted by The American Fallen Soldiers Project artist Phil Taylor. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

A LONE KITE-SURFER took advantage of high winds recently at Grayton Beach. The winds and surf were a result of Tropical Storm Lee. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

THE GRAND MASTERPIECE OF THE city of Aix -en-Provence is the marble fountain that sits in the roundabout, in the city center. All roads that come through the village town circle this statue, and it is the symbol of the city. (Photo by Chuck Hinson)

TROPICAL STORM LEE winds claimed a piece of the First National Bank clock on Baldwin Avenue in DeFuniak Springs this past Labor Day. Besides a deluge of rain, most other effects of the storm were small, except for items needing a few repairs like this one. (Photo by Alicia Leonard)

FREEPORT FINISHED the opening week of the season with a 2-1 record as the Bulldogs recorded wins over Blountstown and South Walton while falling to Baker in five sets. (Photo by Patrick Casey)

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