THE HOBO HOMEFRONT: Observe traffic safety, Head Start safari

Published: Saturday, October 12, 2013 at 07:53 PM.

In addition, during these hours, the block of Fourth Street in front of Laurel Hill School is one way. Please obey these rules. We have many independent little ones who walk these streets to and from school. Despite Sheriff Larry Ashley’s saying that the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office will cut back on writing citations, that doesn’t mean deputies have ceased writing them all together.

The no texting law is now in effect, so that should decrease the number of accidents drastically if people obey the law.


Laurel Hill School students are selling Little Caesar’s Pizza kits for a senior trip to New York. Orders are due Oct. 16; pizzas will be available around Halloween.

Until Friday, secondary students and the cheerleading squad sold kitchen and grill items out of Rada Manufacturing Catalog to raise money for Spirit Week and Homecoming, which are just around the corner. Residents purchased cutlery sets, pizza cutters and serving utensils, along with delicious pies, dips, sauces and soup mixes.

Head Start safari

Tiny Hoboes in the Head Start Program enjoyed a day away from campus Sept. 27, when kids, 15 adult volunteers and I made the exciting journey to Emerald Coast Wild Life Refuge Zoological Park (formally Sasquatch Zoo).

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