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eHMarch 27-28, 2009


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TMH may locate clinic here


You will need more than one
copy' of the 2009 Progress
edition, inside today, and we
hope you gather up a handful to
send them far and wide.
Former residents will love to
see the rehab of the Old Depot
(now Perry Historic Station),
while newcomers will enjoy the
overview of festivals, sports,
businesses and schools in this
community. If you have visitors
coming this way, send a copy in
advance so they will know what
to see and where to stay.
All aboard...today's Progress
edition remembers 2008 but
looks ahead to 2009, with an
optimism that is in short supply
these days.









AN veterans, families
invited Saturday
All veterans and their families
ate invited to a fr'e chili and
homemade soup dinner this
Saturday, March 28, from 6-8
. p.m., at the VFW post.

LPN students hold
chicken dinner
Taylor County residents are
invited to support the North
Florida Community College LPN
program by taking part in a BBQ
chicken dinner fund-raiser today
(Friday) at Burns Funeral Home
(the event was originally set to
.be held at Buckeye Community
Federal Credit but was changed
due to the weather). Dinners will
be served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m,
Each plate ($6.50) will include
chicken, baked beans, coleslaw,
:.bread and a canned drink.

i:'Step Up' today!
"Step Up, Taylor County," the
Annual event during the month of
:'March to promote physical
:activity, healthy nutrition and
activee lifestyles, will be held
today (Friday) at Forest Capital
-State Park, from 11 a,m. to 1 p,m.
16!(In case of rain, the event will be
moved inside Forest Capital
S .Hall.) Each participant will also
,be registered to win exercise
equipment such as treadmills,
elliptical machines and stationary
bikes.

Have breakfast with
your Buddies Saturday
This Saturday. from 8 until
11:30 a.m., the Buddy's Relay
S For Life team will hold a
S pancake/sausage breakfast at
the First Methodist Church
Fellowship Hall.
Each breakfast will include
pancakes, sausage, syrup,
butter, and choice of beverage
(juice, milk, or coffee).The cost is
only $4. You can dine-in or take-
out.
Delivery is available upon
request to the hospital,
correctional institution and other
places of business. For delivery
requests, please call Jamie
Smith at 843-4365.


Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital (TMH) is interested in
opening a primary care clinic in
Taylor County and it could
begin seeing local patients by
this fall.
During their weekly meeting
Tuesday, the Doctors'
Memorial Hospital (DMH)
Board of Directors voted
unanimously to send a letter to
TMH encouraging them to site
the clinic here.
TMH President and CEO G.
Mark O'Bryant met with the
board at the start, of their
meeting to further discuss
possible partnership avenues



Justice


for all?

Clerk of Court Annie Mae
Murphy has joined her
counterparts from across the
state to lobby against proposed
legislation which would
transfer court-related duties of
the clerk to an agency headed
by the chief judge of the
circuit.
Those duties would include
case maintenance, records
management, court preparation
and attendance, processing
appeals, collection and
distributions of fines, payment
of jurors and witnesses,
determination of indigent
status and disposal of
evidence.
The bill is currently under
consideration by the House of
Representatives. .' "
"Passage of the proposed
legislation would be
detrimental to the citizens of
STaylor County in having access
to their court system. I
encourage local residents to
remind their legislators that our
court system is not just about
judges, lawyers and
administrators. The court, like
all government institutions,
was created to serve the people
and the people are best served
by elected officials," Murphy
said.
"Judges preside over cases
and courtrooms. Their actions
in cases are documented in
court files, through which they
are held accountable to the
public. The preservation of
case files and court records
should not be handled by any
employee of the judges, but by
an .impartial, independent
custodian who answers to the
citizens of Florida. Every
Clerk of Court in the state is
elected and is accountable to
voters. It is essential that the
fundamental responsibilities of
the clerk, which are protective '
of the public, remain within the
scope of constitutional officers
"'* Please see page 3


between the two hospitals and
TMH's desire to locate a clinic
here.
O'Bryant said TMH would
not move forward with their
plans "without the blessing" of
the DMH board. He added that
TMH was considering fully
funding the. clinic or
partnering with DMH to share
the costs.
According to a TMH study of
the area, Taylor County, along
with the surrounding area, has a
lack of primary care doctors,
O'Bryant said.
Such a clinic would not
conduct a lot of diagnostics, on


site and would look at DMH as
the principal site for outpatient
diagnostics, he continued.
He congratulated the board
on the news that the Taylor
County Commission agreed
last week to use $2.2 million
in excess sales tax revenue to
purchase new radiological
equipment for the hospital.
DMH Board Member Gary
Brett asked how soon the clinic
could open,
O'Bryant said TMH would
want to move forward as soon
as possible in order to try to
recruit from their residency
program, from which the


current class graduates in
June.
If they are unable to recruit
from there, they'll have to look
elsewhere or push plans back to
next year.
He added that the idea would
be that whoever they recruit
"would be part of the
community and live in the
community."
It has not been decided if the
clinic would rent existing
space or construct a new
facility. Either way, O'Bryant
envisioned the clinic beginning
with two primary care
physicians and allowing room


,, CiTaZNS CENTER
.l ,.d -


Taylor Senior Citizens Center held a grand opening for its newly renovated
cafeteria Thursday afternoon and also used the occasion to announce its association
with Goodwill of the Big Bend, which will be building a new $1.5 million
apartment, complex behind the center. The 15-unit "village" will provide
'"afforda6lT"nifNsicessible housing to local residents with disabilities.1' Those
attending the ceremony included Mayor Emily Ketring, Councilman Alphonso
Dowdell, Chamber of Commerce Director Dawn Taylor, members of the senior
center board of directors and Center Director Ruby Ellis.

For commercial garbage collection


for expansion,
If they pursue new.
construction, the physicians
could sublease space at DMH,
although the / county
commission would need to
approve any such agreement
since the county owns
the DMH building and
property.
Later in the meeting, after
O'Bryant and other TMH
officials left, the
DMH board discussed the idea
and agreed to draft a letter
to send to O'Bryant,
encouraging TMH to site the
clinic here.


$1.5 million

apartment

complex

unveiled

A $1.5. million apartment
complex will be built behind
the Taylor Senior Center,
offering "safe and accessible
housing" to. local disabled
residents.
The project is being
undertaken by Goodwill of the
Big Bend and will be funded
through a HUD grant,
The 15 housing units, which
will. be called Goqdwill,Perry
SVillage, will be constructed to
meet the needs of wheelchair-
bound residents and others
with disabilities.
Rental costs will be based on
income.
There are currently nine such
complexes throughout the Big
Bend, serving more than 400
residents. A tenth complex is
under construction.


Cty rolls dice on rate increase


Businesses within the city
limits may be facing an
increase in commercial garbage
collection rates by as much as
30 percent.
On Tuesday, the Perry City
Council opted not to renew its
contract with Waste Pro at the
current "below market" rate
and will instead put the service
out to a bid.
The action contradicted a
move earlier in the month in
which members authorized
City Manager Bob Brown to
negotiate a one-year extension
of the Waste Pro contact for the
same rates.
The reversal of action came
Tuesday night when
representatives of local
company Foley Contractors,
Inc., asked why the city would
not be seeking bids for


commercial garbage collection.
Councilman Don Cook
initially defended the city's
stance to extend the contract
with Waste Pro by stating that
"according to the information
given to us, if we go out for
bids, it's pretty much
guaranteed that the rates will be
higher. That's why we
authorized the negotiations for
one more year with them,"
The city's contract with
Waste Pro was for three years,
with an option to renew for an
additional three years; both of
those term lengths have been
met.
S"However, I contacted our
attorney and was told that if
both parties agreed to amend
tle contract, that it was
perfectly legal to do so," Brown
said.


"During our talks with Waste
Pro, we found that the
collection rates currently
charged are on average 30
percent lower than rates being


charged to neighboring
communities. I double-checked
all those numbers and found it
,* Please see page 3


Fire alert remains high

Taylor County Director of Public Safety Jeff Manning is
joining state fire and emergency management officials in
urging Floridians to remain vigilant and exercise caution as
dangerous fire weather conditions continue across the state.
"We've had a couple of wildfires over the last couple of
weeks, and in several cases they threatened homes,"
Manning said.
"The homes could have been lost if we hadn't arrived in
time," he continued.
In those cases, tall grass had been allowed to grow "right
up to the side of the homes." As the fire season worsens,
Taylor County Fire Rescue will be dealing with more calls,
,,* Please see page 3



Sessions assumes


company command
Captain Charles D. Sessions recently assumed command of "B"
Company, 210th Brigade Support Battalion (BSB), 2nd Brigade,
10th Mountain Division at Fort Drum, N.Y.
Sessions was assigned to Fort Drum in November 2008. His
company and the Second Brigade are preparing for deployment to
Afghanistan in November or December of this year.
"B" Company is responsible for maintaining and repairing
automotive and armament equipment.
His assignments include a tour in Germany, two tours in Iraq
and Fort Benning, Ga.
Sessions, who entered the U.S. Army in April 2002, completed
Airborne and Air Assault School at Fort Benning.
He is a 1998 graduate of Taylor County High School and a 2002
graduate of Florida State University, where he was a member of
ROTC for four years.
He is the son of Charles and Sharon Sessions of Pleasant Grove.
He also has one sister, Ruth E. Bickel, of Perry.


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A-2 Perry News-Herald March 27-28, 2009


Back to eighth grade...
Members of the 1949 eighth grade at Foley School: (first row) Maxine Carrin, Merelyn Hodges, Johnnie
Partin and Betty Parker; (second row) Frederick Carlton, Shirley Gurr, Fay Parker, Ouida Shinholser,
Clayton Carnathan and Miller Winstead; (third row) Clayton Swain, Augusta Pitts, Earlyjane Wages, LaWanda
Padgett, Jamie Shaw, Gladys Touchton, Phillip Borklund, Lamar Maddox and Royce Thompson; (fourth row)
Charles Wilson, Ralph Hunter, Richard Swearingen, Jack Stalans and Daniel Raulerson; and teacher Mrs. W.E.
Rand.


Foley seventh graders
These photos take us back to school at Foley in 1949. Shown above are members of the seventh grade: (first
row) Merelyn McCall, Joyce Attaway, Floyd Falany, William Carnathan, Tommy Stalans and Joseph Partin;
(second.; rw) Harold Padgett, Melba. McNeese, Willie Pruitt, Lane Mixon, Margaret Maddox, Van Edith
McHargue and Julia Baxter; (third row) Hulda Mixon, Mamie Jo Sadler, Staff Hathcock, Eston Hendry, Annette
Taylor and Betty Lue Green; and teacher Mrs. Sarah Wages.


lance at thep ast


THE PERRY
NEWS-HERALD
March 21, 1974

COUNTY WANTS
TO ABOLISH TCDA?
The simmering disagreement
between the county


commission and the' Taylor
County Development Authority
(TCDA) came to a head when
the county moved "swiftly," the
newspaper reported, during a
regular meeting to abolish the
authority and replace it with a
Taylor County Business and
Industrial Board. That board,
according to the article, would


serve approximately the same
purposes but would have its
powers curtailed "and
hopefully would be more
responsive to the will of the
county commissioners," the
board noted.
The controversy began
weeks ago over ownership of
the 'Hampton Springs property
when the school board no
longer needed it for an outdoor
education center. The county
requested the TCDA return
ownership and the TCDA chose
not to comply, while courting
prospective buyers.
County Commission,
chairman was W.D. Wilson Jr.;
chairman of the TCDA was M.
French Akers.

ROTARIANS GIVE
AWAY DOGWOODS
In keeping with an annual
spring tradition, members of
the Perry Rotary Club
announced that they would bz
at Perry Plaza Shopping Center
to distribute free dogwood trees
to members of the community
for as long as the supply lasted.

MUCK FIRE UNDER
CONTROL
District Forester Larry
Harrington reported that a
1200-acre muck fire in the San
Pedro Bay was still
smouldering but was
considered "under control."

COUNTY TO BUY LAND
FOR NEW LIBRARY
County commissioners voted
unanimously to purchase the
William Kemble property for
the construction of a new
library. The purchase price was


$5000.

TRI-COUNTY GETS
NEW MANAGER
Jackie Carroll was named the
new district manager of Tri-
County Electric, serving the
Taylor County region.

WEDDING BELLS
WILL RING
Mr. and Mrs. W.S..Cruse of
Perry announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Susan Diane, to Gratten Pattick
McGroarty of Homossassa
Springs. A June 29 wedding
was planned.

RODGERS EARNS
BUSINESS AWARD
Sherrie Rodgers, a senior at
Taylor County High School,
was presented the Business
Education Award for
outstanding work.

WOOD BOASTS REDFISH
Three-year-old Scott Wood
was pictured with redfish he
caught while on the Gulf with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Wood of Steinhatchee.
John Andrews was pictured
at Wilson's Bait & Tackle with
a "nice black bass" he caught in
local waters, of course.

TCHS WHIPS SANTA FE
Taylor County's baseball
team sent the Santa Fe Raiders
home "sadder but wiser" after a
9-2 ballgame, with Perry
winning at home. John
Wigglesworth was credited for
"sizzling pitching.". Steve
Jackson was the leading hitter
for the game.


The cowman

who was king

They called him the King of the
Crackers, a nickname that native-
Floridian Jacob Summerlin loved.
Astute businessman, Seminole War
veteran, Civil War blockade runner,
Summerlin was born to the cowman's
saddle. He learned to crack a cattle-
driving whip by age seven.
He turned meat on the hoof into so
much money he couldn't hide it all. By
the time he turned 40, Summerlin was
one of Florida's richest men-and one of
its more intriguing personalities. He
amassed great wealth while often living
as a simple landsman. Newspapermen
called him eccentric.
"I am nothing under the sun but a
native-born, sun-baked old Florida
cracker," he once told a New York
journalist.
Though never
elevated by FLORIDA
'Hollywood to the
mythic level of the STORIES m
American West, FLORIDAHUMANITIESCOUNCIL
www.flahum.org
Florida was every
bit the rough-and-
ready cattle .
country.. Its ..,
cowmen used whips .?
that produced '
cracks as loud as
gunshots. The men '
took pride in being
"crackers," and
Summerlin led
them all.
He was born Feb.
20, 1820, in
Alachua County,
the first child born
in Florida after the Jacob Sumerlin
second Spanish occupation ended.
iHe played'adparttinnman.iJofnthie rtaahnts
that shaped the young 'territory, anid,
after 1845, the infant state.
Seeing it as duty, he served in the
second Seminole War (1835-42). During
the Civil War, Summerlin supplied beef
to the Confederate Army, which never
paid him a penny for the provisions;-,he
said. He also played a role in that war's
famous Cow Cavalry, which guardedd
the cattle driven north through Florida
to help feed the men in butternut and
gray.
During the war, he sold cattle to Cuba.
He shipped the livestock on a shallow-
draft side-wheeler that scooted through
the labyrinthine Ten Thousand Islands,
frustrating heavier Union gunboats that
wallowed between Key West and the
Tortugas. In Cuba, he traded the cattle
for gold doubloons, treasure that
,helped him build an empire.'
Summerlin started in the cattle
business as a young man by .bartering
20 slaves for a small herd. He drove his
scrawny beasts along fading Spanish
trails from north to central Florida,
where they scrabbled beside wild pigs
and deer. By the time the Civil War
began, he had built a herd of 20,000.
It was a time before banks. Summerlin
kept gold and silver in his cabin in
trunks, meal sacks, tin cans, socks,
cigar boxes and in the rafters. When
there were no more hiding places, he
just tossed the money in a corner.
Sometimes he spent it, buying
sprawling tracts from Fort Meade to
Fort Myers. He bought a wharf at Punta
Rassa and 1,000 acres nearby for pens.
In his later years, he became a
philanthropist, donating land for a high
school in Bartow and for a county seat
and two churches. He also donated
land for an Orlando park, named Lake
Eola after a lady his sons knew.


Summerlin became president of
Orlando's first City Council. He died on
Nov. 4, 1893, virtually a legend in his
time.
This story is provided by the Florida
Humanities Council (www.flahum.org), a
nonprofit organization that sponsors
public programs exploring Florida's
history and cultural heritage.


Perr y March 27-28, 2009

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A-3 Perry News-Herald March 27-28, 2009


Tea Party theme:


No more bailouts

On March 17, several residents from Taylor County joined a
crowd of more than 250 from the Big Bend region for a public
outcry against government waste and bailouts for companies that
have squandered billions of dollars.
On the steps of the historic Old Florida Capitol, the crowd
rallied to echo a concern mirrored in many cities across the
country. The theme of the protest rally was a tea party reminiscent
of the Boston Tea Party carried out to protest overbearing taxes of
Britain's King George prior to the American Revolution. Iced tea
was readily available for all.
"The cries for government responsibility and fiscal constraint
were greeted with many cheers and enthusiastic honking of
automobile horns in front of the Capitol," said Travis Coker who
attended with other family members. Much of the crowd's
frustration, he said, was aimed directly at President Obama and his
stimulus plan as well as government bailouts. Several speakers,
including former U.S. House member Dick Armey of Texas,
stirred the crowd with complaints that the President's economic
policies appear to target the end of capitalism in America.
Tallahassee Tea Party founder and Tallahassee hotel manager,
Pace Allen, led the charge against more taxes of any type. "Fully
60% of the federal government's budget is charity. It's not needed,"
said Allen.
Perry residents, Pat Palaio and son Tommy, joined in the crowd.
Mrs. Palaio said, "It is important to participate in the political
process. Our governmerit has gotten out of control and is spending
tax dollars that have not yet been earned, paid or even printed."
Other locals included Travis's wife, Teresa, and their two kids,
J.R. and Emily. It was the first political protest for the younger
family members. "J.R. thought it was fun to wave his flag and
hear the supportive honks as people drove home after work. Emily
thought it was too long. Both learned more about what it means to
be an American and participate in freedom," Coker said.
"This rally was just the initial event as the President's plan for
greater government spending continues," he added. Another
protest is slated for Tax Day, April 15, when simultaneous tea
parties will commence across the nation. In a related, but
individual protest, members in this community and nation, have
been encouraged to mail tea bags to the President on April 1.


Murphy: 'Records


must be protected'

JUSTICE FOR ALL breach in the important
Continued from page 1 separation of powers
between the clerks and the
elected by the people," she. judiciary."
continued. Murphy said that the
"While most members of the association of clerks agrees that
public may not interact with the a "dedicated, stable, adequate
clerk's office every day, clerks funding source must be created
serve as the public's most direct for the judicial branch
point of entry and access to the of government, including
courts and to their own public Florida's state attorneys and
records. public defenders.
"That's why it's for everyone "However, funding for the
toslguard againstthisiorganiiltir-Tielrk:'r)6fledM imli t not be
effort to move vital duties of jeopardized. Since the clerks
the clerk--particularly relating serve as the first line of contact
to court record preservation--to with our court system for the
court administrators who are public, an effective and well-
appointed by and report to the funded clerk's office ensures
judges themselves. the public's very access to
"This move represents a justice."


Current rates 30%


below market value


RATE INCREASE
Continued from page 1
to be true. That's why I
recommended extending the
contract with the current rates
if Waste Pro would agree," he
continued.
However, Foley Contractors
representatives- -which
included J.D. Johnson and
Albert Johnson--said "we are
local company, hiring local
people. All of our money stays
here. I think we should have the
opportunity to bid."
"I have an issue with not
S going out for bids. But I also
don't want to be the one who
causes rates to go up for every
business in town," Mayor
Emily Ketring said.
"I like to see local people
drop money here in Perry, but I
also like to see the city getting
the cheapest price. I don't know
if we'll get that by going out for


new bids," Councilman
Alphonso Dowdell said.
"I think we should go with
the one-year extension and
keep the rates for the next year,
and then bid it out,"
Councilman Sylvester Harris
said.
Councilman Doug Everett
stated that he would abstain
from commenting or voting on
the issue due to a separate
business relationship he and his
company maintains with Waste
Pro.
Cook made a motion to bid
out the commercial collection
service; it passed with a 3-1
vote (Harris noted against).
"I can go to sleep tonight and
go out tomorrow with my head
held up," Cook said.
The city currently has
an estimated 200 customers
serviced by the
commercial garbage collection
service.


Lending their support to the "Tea Party" were: (I to r) Emily Coker,
Elmer Coker, Pat Palaio and J. R. Coker.



Rain may bring I


FIRE ALERT
Continued from page 1
and might not be able to
reach a home in time, he said,
urging residents to create a
"defensive zone" around
their homes.
Taylor County might get
some relief from the dry
weather this weekend, with
as much as three inches of


rain predicted for the area,
Manning said. As of
Thursday afternoon, the
National Weather Service
was projecting the worst of
the weather to move north of
here, but Manning warned
the system is very
complex and could change at
any time.
Gusty southeasterly winds
Thursday were felt here


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regarding out-of-control grass fires.


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little relief


ahead of the approaching
cold front and Red Flag
warnings were in effect for
portions of north-central and
south Florida, where long
durations of low relative
humidity values
accompanied afternoon
temperatures in the 80s.
"We are asking all
Floridians to heed local
warnings and be very careful
with the use of fire and
tliinnrmble materials, both
inside and outside the home,"
aijJ CGovernor Crist, who also
joined in the calls to be
tire'.t ie.
"TIhe recent increase of
brush and wildfires has been
found to be caused by
people's actions and,
therefore, could be
pie. enable. As dry
.'llnditions continue, we
should all do our part to
become firewise and keep
ou I .lnailies and communities
sjale."
To date in 2009, the
Di \,ion ,of Forestry has
worked 140V? fires that have
burned almost 40,000 acres
ci,-,s the state. Seventeen
Florida counties have issued
burn bans in an effort to
decrease the danger of
k iidlires.
The United States Drought
Monitor indicates that
moderate to severe drought


conditions continue to
expand throughout the
Florida peninsula. Rising
temperatures, breezy
conditions and continued dry
weather through Friday will
promote the spread of any
wildfire activity that
develops.
Florida's "dry season"
typically lasts through May
but wildfires remain a threat
in the Sunshine State all year
round. Some tips for
homeowners to protect
their home from wildfire
include:
Create a "defensible
space" clear of brush 30 feet
around your home
Prune tree limbs to a
height of 15 feet near
structures
Keep your roof and
gutters free of leaves and
pine-needles
Insure your home's street
address is clearly marked for
firefighters
For more firewise safety
tips go to www.firewise.org
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April 17 is deadline to apply

for NFCC nursing program


North Florida Community
College's (NFCC) Allied
Health Department is now
accepting applications for its
SFall 'Term 2009 Practical
Nursing (PN) program. Classes
begin in August 2009, but now
is the time to take care of
testing, application and
program entrance


requirements.
The Practical Nursing (PN)
program prepares students to
plan and administer nursing
care to patients in hospitals,
extended care facilities,
physicians' offices, health-care
agencies and private homes.
After completing the program,
students are eligible to make
application to the National
Council and the Florida State
Board of Nursing for
examination and licensure as a.
Licensed Practical Nurse
(LPN).
NFCC's Practical Nursing


(PN) program takes 11 months
to complete. Day classes are
Monday through Thursday, 8
a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Clinical hours
vary and may include some
weekends and 12-hour shifts.
Instructors are registered
nurses licensed through the
Florida State Board of Nursing.
Deadline to apply for the Fall
2009 practical nursing program
is April 17; early enrollment is
encouraged and necessary to
meet entrance requirements.
More details about the
program are available online at
www.nfcc.edu.


Sophie is an eight-year-
old female, declawed and
spayed. Joey is a 13-year-
old male, declawed and
neutered. They are very
large house cats, both
described as "sweet as can
be." Call the Taylor County
Animal Shelter today at 838-
3525.


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Special thanks to all physicians for the
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Excellence in compassionate care.

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A-4 Perry News-Herald March 27-28, 2009


Aucilla announces honor


roll for all students K-12


Aucilla Christian Academy has released its
honor roll for the fourth six-weeks grading
period. Those listed, from the Taylor County
area, include:
K-5: Cole English, Hunter Hughes, Joan
MacNeill, Tyler Slaughter, Selina Drawdy,
Kolton Grambling and Ginger Whiddon.
First Grade, All A's: Nathan Green, Ben
Wurgler, Ansley English and Pierce Powers.
First Grade, A's and B's: Dawson Bishop,
AbbiGayle Cope and Austin Dunkle.
Second Grade, A's and B's: Gabe Rouse.
Third Grade, All A's: Mickaela Whiddon.
Third Grade, All A's and B's: Walker Davis,
Jessica Giddens, Rylee Hudson, Nour Khodr,
Brandon Slaughter, Andrew Hall, Haley Jones,
Grace Rouse, Tedo Wilcox and Daniel Wurgler..
Fourth Grade, All A's: Stephanie English and


Kate Whiddon.
Fourth Grade, All A's and B's:, Dena Bishop,
Cali Burkett, Erica Keeler, Cole MacNeill,
Meagan Beaty, Brittany Hughes and Lindsey
Lawson.
Fifth Grade, All A's: Ally Mall and Justin
Welch.
Fifth Grade, All A's and B's: Meagan
Giddens.
Sixth Grade, All A's and B's: Austin Bishop,
Maddie Everett and Cole Schwab.
Seventh Grade, All A's and B's: Jessica Welch
and Annie Yang.
Eighth Grade, All A's: Wendy Yang.
Eighth Grade, All A's and B's: Alexis Burkett.
Eleventh Grade, All A's: Tyler High.
Eleventh Grade, All A's and B's: Jessica Hunt
and Marissa Snodgrass.


New Arrival


SMembers of the Sandy Toes chapter of the Red Hat Society toasted February and
March holidays with special celebrations. (Top) The Red Hats attended a Mardi Gras
celebration held at the Perry Woman's Club with a New Orleans-style lunch. Hosts
were Vannie Wetherington, Betty Mauldin and Elizabeth Gant. In March, they
traveled to Wakulla Springs with St. Patrick's Day as the theme. Hostesses were
Connie Chiarelli, Carol Gay and Jeanne Pihl.


Donavan Jared Bain
Jeremy and Nicole Bain of
Perry announce the birth of
their son, Donavan Jared, on
Dec. 27, 2008, at 9:40 p.m. in
Capital Regional Medical
Center in Tallahassee. The
baby weighed 8 pounds, 13
ounces, and was 22 inches
long.
Maternal grandparents are
Barry and Tracy Whatley of
Perry.
The baby's maternal great
grandparents are Charles
Stevens of Hampton, N.H., and
the late Talatha Stevens-Clamp,


Marion Whatley of Hodges,
S.C., and the late Kathryn
Whatley.
Paternal grandparents are
Suzan Murphy Bain of Perry


and Don Bain of Radford, Va.
Paternal great grandparents
are Wanda Murphy Willis of
Perry, and the late E.J. Murphy
and Jack Willis.


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Need Curves, an Adirondack chair or a tire rotation?


The Relay For Life (RFL)
team from Premier Medical is
busy with a variety of fund-
raising activities.
The team's biggest project is
jelling $2 tickets on an
assortment of prizes-- some
donated by local merchants,
others bought at low prices. .
These prizes include: 1.
Adirondack Chair donated by
Ace Hardware 2. Black and
Decker Work Mate donated
;by "Ate Hatrdare 3. $25--
Walmart Gift Card donated by


Walmart 4. One Month 11 oz. Tabletop 24K Rim
Membership to Curves Goblets and 14. San Miguel
donated by Curves 5. Forty Candle Lamps.
dollars in Club Credits from "Premier Medical's team is
Perry Elks Lodge 6 Forty very grateful to these
dollars in Clul' CrediL.ff~fil f'-."erch'bfcietiuppdrfin'g their
Perry Elks Lodge (a second team in helping the American
donation) 7. Oil & Filter Cancer Society," said Captain
Change/Tires Rotated donated Judy Bryan.
by Cribbs & Sons 8. Rotate She and Co-Captain Peggy
and Balance -donated by Lee are handling ticket sales.
Yarbrough Tire 9. 10K Gold The tickets can be purchased at
Bracelet 10. 10K Gold Topaz Premier Medical. Also, if you
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There are signs up at Premier


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other fund raisers. Sometimes
there are goodies at the window
that people can purchase.
New this year is a balloon
fund raiser. For $1 ypu can,
choose a balloon, it's popped,
and there are items you can


win. This is proving to be a big
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Candy bars are also at the
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Plans are being made for a
Houck Reunion
Saturday, May 23, 2009
10 a.m. 2 p.m..
The Union Hall on Old Dixie Hwy.
Mark your calendars now!
Meat, paper goods and punch will be provided.
Please bring a covered dish.
Call 584-5662 or 584-7972 for more information.


Love,
Bossman,
Mama &
Ralph


Congratulations

Felicia
on getting your
Bachelor's Degree
and graduating at
the top of your classT
We knew you could
do it. Now it's time
for a new chapter in
our lives. We love you
very much.
SLove,
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Chili cook-off is April 4
Registration is open for the upcoming seventh annual Rotary
Club Chili Cook-Off planned in conjunction with the Florida
State Bluegrass Festival Saturday, April 4.
A $250 cash prize will be awarded for first place; second place
will receive $150; and third place, $100. A "People's Choice"
award will also be given.
The entry fee is $20 per chili. Festival goers will be able to
: p. sample the participating dishes for a $5 donation.
The event is sponsored by Beggs Funeral Home, Timberland
Ford and Buckeye Community Federal Credit Union.
Entry forms are available at the chamber of commerce.


A-5 Perry News-Ierala March 27-28, 2009


Card ofThanks

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The family of of Gene W. Russell Sr. would
like to express our sincerest thanks to our many
friend and family for their acts of kindness
during the loss of our loved one.
The prayers, food, cards, visits, flowers and
phone calls were very much appreciated.
A very special thank you goes to the Salem
Missionary Baptist Church and Bro. Jay Black,
the Athena Baptist Church and Bro. David
McMullen. A special thank you also goes to the


Taylor County Sheriffs Office, the Perry Police
Department and the staff of Joe P. Bums Funeral
Home.
Sincerely,
The Family of Gene W. Russell Sr.
Martha, Edward, Wayne, Gene Jr., Carolyn
and step-daughter Roxanne Anderson
Brothers, Bryant and Frank Russell
Sisters, Juanita Pettitt, Margie Cooper and
Shirley Garvin


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SBY PAT MCGRIFF
One More Cast Guide Service
Trout fishing was tougher
this past week due to low water
volume tides between the moons
'and the lack of w-i-n-d several
days. The higher w-i-n-d-s over
?t'he weekend made for better
Fishing but not especially great
fishing.
.Expect this weekend's
stronger tides (new moon was
yesterday, March 26) to produce
better fishing on the flats.
S Assassin five inch shads in
Chandeleur Isle and Goldfish
Patterns continue to work in 4-5
feet of water fished unweighted.
Some folks just can't give up the.
Gulp and are catching fish from
2-10 feet while bouncing and
rigging it under a Cajun Thunder.
Live pinfish rigged under
a Cajun Thunder caught Ray
Carlile of O'Brien his limit of
trout for four straight days last
weak in 4-7 feet of water.
Mike and Jason Broshar of
Lake City had 10 trout with 2
Over 20 inches long and one 20-
[, inch Spanish using pink Gulp
shrimp under a Cajun-Thunder
in 4 5 feet of water Wednesday.
Ronnie Woodall and Gene
SGordan caught ten. trout on
S"topwater" in 4-6 feet of water.
They had a 26'.5-inch trout to top
off their cooler;
David Lee gf Macon, Ga.,
fished three days and landed 70

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tourneyApril 4
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Community 'Fishing '
Tournament will be held
Saturday, April 4, from 7 a.m.
until 4:30 p.m.
Weigh-ins will' be held at
the Steinhatchee Community
Center and iat Keaton Beach
Marina.
Prizes will be awarded in
three categories -- redfish, trout
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The entry fee is $30 per person.
For more information contact
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A-6 Perry News-Herald March 27-28,2009


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Keaton Beach

Fishing Report



New moon should


improve the fishing


Former Taylor County High
Running back LeGarrette Blount
was reinstated to the Oregon
University football program
Wednesday, just in time for
the start of the Ducks' spring
practice.
Last season's record-setting
runner was suspended from the
program on Feb. 10 for what
the school's former coach Mike
Bellotti termed "as a failure to
fulfill team obligations."
Oregon will open spring
drills Monday under new head
coach Chip Kelly.


n spring
animals," Strepina said. "That
will help scare away wildlife
looking for food."
Keep pets on a leash, and
if approached by potentially
dangerous wildlife, do not
hunch over your pet to protect
it. Pick up small pets and stand
as tall as possible. Call the
Wildlife Alert hotline at 888-
404-FWCC (3922) to report any
problems with coyotes or other
wildlife.
Nuisance coyote behavior
will be dealt with by the FWC
on a case-by-case basis.


'Coyotes
This time of year, the Florida
Fish aiid Wildlife Conservation
Commission, (FWC) sees
-aii increase in the number
of: reports of coyotes in
urban neighborhoods--and not
unexpectedly.
As development encroaches
upon wildlife habitat, encounters
between wildlife and humans
are bound to increase, and, the
coyote is no exception.
There is no reason for
immediate concern just because
someone sees a coyote in the
neighborhood, according to
FWC wildlife experts. Coyotes
have lived in and among humans


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fish including trout, flounder and
reds in 2-7 feet of water using
glow Gulp.
Adrien and Andrew Peters
of Madison had 10 trout and
two flounder using Gulp pink
minnows in 5-10 feet of water.
Monday, I took Billy Pillow
out and we had eight trout in
under three hours. Our bite
was the last two hours of the
incoming and the first hour of
the fall.
I caught two nice trout on
Bite-A-Bait fighter plug in the
blueback gold pattern while
Billy had five fish with one over
twenty inches, fishing with live
pinfish under a Cajun Thunder in
6 feet of water.
Don't forget The 5th Annual
Fishing For Kids Saltwater
Trout Tournament is April 25
at Gulfstream Marina in Jena.
For more info contact www.
shandskids.org or call 800-284-
6472.


Members of the 2009 TCMS baseball team include, front row (left to right) Grant
Parker, Daniel Wentworth, Tyler Brown, Jonah Newberry, Triston Barfield, Caleb
Smyrnios, Garrett Murphy and Chance Rodgers. Back row Coach Bobby Glass, Dylan
Hardy, A.J. Parker, Jake Smyrnios, Gavin Lewis, Joe Pelt, Justin Folsom and Coach
Logan Guest.



TCMS ends season 13-1


The Taylor County Middle
School baseball team wrapped
up a near-perfect 13-1 season
Tuesday with a 12-0 shutout
victory over Florida'High.
The Bobby Glass-coached
Bulldogs outscored opponents
139-43 this season. Their only
loss came March 5 at Wakulla
Riversprings, a team TCMS
beat 3-1 in February.


Date Team Site Results
Feb. 17 Hamilton Away 11-1
Feb. 19 Aucilla Home 10-0
Feb. 23 Wakulla Away 22-1
Feb. 24 Suwannee Away 7-4
Feb. 26 Riversprings Home 3-1
Mar. 3 Fla. High Away 14-2
Mar.5 Riverspripgs Away 1-11
Mar. 9 Aucilla Away 14-1
Mar. 10 Madison Home 4-3
Mar. 12 Hamilton Home 13-7
Mar. 17 Madison Away 10-1
Mar. 19 Suwannee Home 7-6
Mar. 23 Wakulla Home 11-5
Mar. 24 Fla. High Home 12-0
Bobby Glass, Baseball Coach Kiki Puhl, Principal
Logan Guest,Asst. Baseball Coach


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Though urban coyotes can
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In Tuesday's game, Daniel
Wentworth (4-1) got the win on
the mound giving up just one
hit while striking out 9 Florida
High batters.
Joe Pelt led Taylor County on
offense with a double and a triple
plus an RBI. Tyler Brown also
drove in a run on a triple. Jake
Smyrnios recorded two hits.
Dylan Harty, A.J. Parker,


Wentworth and Chance Rodgers
each recorded one RBI in the
contest.
Glass said his team had great
support this season from the
community.
"We had several close games
this season -- including one last
week that went 9 innings -- and
our fans were always there to
help pull us through," he said.


2009 Class 3-A, District 3

BASEBALL STANDINGS
Te Wins Losses
Taylor County 3 0
Madison County 1 1
Florida High 2 2
HamiltOn County 0 3


3-0 in district

'Dogs top

Fla. High
Charlie Johnson blasted a
three-run homer in the fifth
inning to help propel the Taylor
County High baseball team to
a 10-9 district win over Florida
High Tuesday.in Tallahassee.
The victory put the Bulldogs
(7-5, 3-0) atop the Class 3A,
District 3 standings with
another district contest this
Friday against rival Madison at
Perry's Pace Field.
That game is set to get
underway at 7 p.m.
Johnson's home run, the first
for the Bulldogs this season,
helped put Taylor County on
top 9-3 after the top of the fifth
but Florida High answered back
with 5 runs in the bottom half of
the inning to narrow the score
to 9-8.
The Bulldogs added one
more run in the sixth, then held
on to gain the win.
Taylor Ratliff got the win
from the mound pitching 4
innings. Nicholas Allbritton
came on in relief to complete
the game.
Ratliff also had a good night
at the plate going 3-4 including
a triple.
Will Joiner drove in 3 runs on
2 hits, Morgan Pelt and Colby
Murphy each had an RBI on
2-4 efforts, William Wentworth
went 2-3 and Caleb Murphy
had one hit in four trips to the
plate.
The Bulldogs' game against
Union County Thursday was
postponed dueto storms. Taylor
County will return to action
April 7 at Madison after taking
a week off for Spring Break.


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Religion


A-7 Perry News-Herald March 27-28, 2009


Ministers' Musical tonight at New Brooklyn


Have you heard them sing?
A Ministers' Musical, sponsored by the Taylor County Union,
will be held at New Brooklyn Missionary Baptist Church tonight
(March 27) at 6 p.m. "You've heard them preach...you've heard
them pray...now hear them sing their favorite songs!"
What is the meaning of commitment?
Pastor Gary French and members of Southside Baptist Church
invite everyone to come discover a spiritual awakening in the
movie "Fireproof."
The story follows a heroic fireman locked in a failing marriage
who accepts his father's challenge to take part in a 40-day
experiment designed to teach both husband and wife the true
meaning of commitment." This faith-based marriage drama stars
Kirk Cameron and Erin Bethea.
There is no charge and the movie will begin at 5 p.m. on Sunday,
March 29. The church is located at 673 Plantation Road across
from the Hampton Inn.


Union meets through March 29
The Taylor County Union, which is an auxiliary to the First
Bethlehem Baptist Association, will be held March 26-29 at New"
Brooklyn Baptist Church.
Stations of the Cross on Fridays
Throughout Lent, Stations of the Cross devotions will be held on
Friday at 12:15 p.m. in the sanctuary of St. James Episcopal
Church.
Homecoming Saturday in Steinhatchee
Steinhatchee Revival Center, located at the comer of First
Avenue and Second Street in Steinhatchee, will observe
Homecoming on Saturday, March 28, at 11 a.m. with dinner
following worship.
Reflections from Trenton sing here
The Reflections from Trenton will sing at New Hope Church of


Obituaries


Katherine Malone
Wagner
Katherine Malone Wagner,
38, of St. Petersburg, died
March 20, 2009, at St.
Petersburg General Hospital.
She was a native of Perry.
Mrs. Wagner is survived by:
her husband, Houston Wagner
III of St. Petersburg; three sons,
Houston Wagner IV, Mylik
Wagner and Javonte Wagner,
all of St. Pete; a daughter,
Delana Wagner also of St.
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Nursery provided with adult supervision 9:45-12:00 Sunday Service 7:00 8:00
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Youth Group 6:00 7:30
1915 N. US 221 (850) 584-7992 Study Group 7:00
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Sunday School 9:00 a.m. Youth Activities 6:00 p.m.
Traditional Worship 10:00 a.m. Choir 7:15 p.m.
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crumbling marriages &
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673 Plantation Rd. 584-7633
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Petersburg; her father, John
Malone of Perry; a brother,
Calvin Malone of Greenville;
ard two sisters, Charline
Malone of St. Petersburg and
Dorothy Love of Greenville.
Funeral services will be held
on Saturday, March 28, at 11
a.m. at New Hope Primitive
Baptist Church in Greenville,
located on U.S. 221 North.


Elder Donald Wilson will
officiate.
Interment will follow at
Anderson Cemetery in
Greenville.
Visitation will be held today,
March 27, from 4 to 7 p.m. at
Evans/Walker Funeral Home in
Perry which is in charge of all
arrangements.


Deadline for local
church news is
11:00 a.m. on
Tuesday &
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encourage them when they
are weak and strengthen
them in their times of trials.
When their way becomes
dark, as it sometimes will, let
the LIGHT of Your presence
shine brightly to become the
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Keep them safe from all
hidden dangers, seen and
unseen. Keep them and
their loved ones safe from all
harm and deadly diseases.
Shield and shelter them
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This we ask in the name of
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God of Prophecy, located at 1304 N. Jefferson St., this Saturday
with the concert beginning at 7 p.m.
Everyone is invited.
VandeBrakes speak in churches this Sunday
Back from the mission field in Kenya and Uganda, Bob and Dee
Vandebrake will speak to an adult Sunday School Class at First
Baptist Church (50 and over) on Sunday, March 29.
The class, which meets in the old sanctuary, begins at 10:45
a.m.; everyone is invited to attend.
That evening, the former Perry residents will speak at Airline
Baptist Church in Mayo, welcomed there by Pastor Chip Parker.


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Morning Worship 11 a.m. Study/Prayer Meeting
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B-1 Perry News-Herald March 27-28, 2009


Perry Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts work to organize more than 2,000 pounds of goods collected during their
annual "Scouting for Food" drive.

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2,200 pounds of food collected


Perry's Cub.Scouts and Boy
Scouts held their annual
Scouting for Food drive to
assist needy people in the Perry
area and collected more than
2,000 pounds of food.
Scouts dispensed bags in a
number of Perry
neighborhoods during the last
weekend in January and
collected the filled bags the
next weekend.


The food was shared with
three local church food banks.
The final count was 2,238
pounds of food.
Scout members extended
special thanks to John
Sunderland "for coordinating
this event and also to the
community of Perry for
assisting fellow citizens in
a greater time of need than
ever."


As 'Perry Penguins'

Wachovia ready to Relay
Wachovia Bank has been added to the list of teams taking part
in the 2009 Relay For Life.
Cyndie Grubbs is team captain and she says she is every excited
to be part of Relay. The team will be known as the "Perry
Penguins" in keeping with this year's Disney theme to "Wish Upon
a Cure."
The community is encouraged to look for fund-raising items
which can be purchased during a visit to Wachovia Bank, located
in downtown Perry.
"Let's support this new team as they join our efforts in raising
money for the American Cancer Society," Event Chair Tanya
O'Neal said.

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Entertainment


B-2 Perry News-Herald March 27-28, 2009


Chemistry between Roberts,



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If you had world-class spy skills honed over
years df covert actions, and you wanted to make
a pile of money in order to retire in style, what
would you do?
Go private, of course.
In "Duplicity," MI6 agent Ray Koval (Clive
Owen) and CIA operative Claire Stenwick (Julia
Roberts) do just that, leaving the dangerous world
-of international espionage behind them to enter
the even more dangerous world of cosmetics.
The two spies hatch a plan to play two
scheming. CEOs--portrayed by Tom Wilkinson
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"does not end well for
him, he has~ become
obsessed n"ih finding
her again. NMeani while.
in a hilariosippening
credits :,sequence,
we see a meeting
between rivaliCoasmetic
kings Howard Tully
and Richard Garsik
(Wilkinson and
Giamatti).
Jumping several a
years to the present,
SRay is now working

to handle a sp} they
have in Tully's rival
corporation. His agent,
it turns out, is Claire.
What follows is a two-hour cat and mouse game
as Ray, Claire and everyone around them scheme
Said plot to get a leg up on their competition. As
wek we continie,"the story' also takes an oed'asional
trip in time, sipwing in a series of flashbacks Ray
and Claire planning their caper.


"Duplicity" has a cofivoluted, multi-threaded
story that requires attention at all times, but
fortunately, the intense chemistry between Owen
and Roberts makes that easy.
Ray and Claire are two powerful, dominant
personalities and in each other they have found
someone who can be their match. Neither can
fully trust the other, and it's that doubt that creates
the spark that draws'them together. It's a complex
relationship to make work on the screen, but both
actors do an excellent job throughout the film. It
doesn't hurt that Owen and Roberts are both very
pretty people.
The movie reminds
me of "Mr. and Mrs.
Smith," which starred
Brad Pitt and Angelina
Jolie, with a good
dose of "Ocean's 11"
1 thrown in for spice.
So Wilkinson and
Giamatti provide most
of the comic relief as
tio men who iill do
anything and spend
an) amount of money
to ensure their newest
product remains secret,
or to ensure that they
get that secret as soon
as possible. Giamatti,
like he usually does,
steals every scene he's
in, using an overly
gruff voice to portray a
d man who wants so very
much to be menacing
but really can't.

be a tad too long, and
some of the plot twists
in the third act are
somewhat confusing,
if only in that it's hard to see how certain actions
made by Ray and Claire benefit their ploy, but the
movie doesn't drag and builds to a surprising, if
not completely satisfying, conclusion.
"Duplicity" is rated PG-13 for language and
some sexual content.


Can 'Knowing' the future




save you from disaster?


Is everything that happens day to day a matter
of a pre-ordained sequence of events, or is it all
simply random?
That's the major themes of director Alex
Proyas's "Knowing," starring Nicolas Cage.
The question is one that physics professor John
Koestler (Cage) struggles with every day since
Shis wife was killed in a
hotel fire.
SThat changes,
however, after -his
Sson: Caleb (Chandler
Canterbury) receives
a letter sealed in a
time capsule at his
school for 50 years.
The letter consists of
a series of seemingly
random numbers,
written by a young
girl named Lucinda
in 1959 after being
asked by her teacher to
draw a picture of what
she thought the world
would look like.
By chance, John
sees a peculiar set of
numbers among the
series, 0911012996.
Sept. 11, 2001, 2996
people killed. He
realizes that many of


the


numbers


correspond to other
disasters, both man-
made and natural from
1959 through the present. Only there are still
more numbers remaining.
John becomes obsessed with trying to prevent
the disasters yet to happen. Making things worse,
Caleb is apparently being stalked by several
strange men, whom he calls the Whispering
People, compounding the mystery behind the
numbers.
John's quest leaa4s him to try to find Lucinda's
daughter (Rose i brne) and granddaughter ;i. he


reaches the end of the numbers and the deadly
secret they contain.
"Knowing," running right at two hours, seems.
a bit long for a movie of this type. Saying that,
however, one of the film's biggest strengths is
its ability to float between several gefires with
apparent ease, taking elements from science
fiction, horror and
disaster films to create
something, if not
unique, uncommon.
That it mostly works
is a credit to Cage, who
sells his character to
the audience through
sheer force of will,
from his love of Caleb
to his almost fanatical
attempts to stop the
future events from
happening.
In the last act, the
story gets a little
muddled as the final
secrets are revealed, but
overall, "Knowing'? is a
lot more engaging than
trailers let on. The film
leaves the identity of
the Whispering People
somewhat ambiguous,
enough to spark a few
online debates from
what I've seen. The film
touches on religion,
using John's estranged
relationship with his
Catholic priest father, but those plot threads never
feel like an organic part of the story.
It should be noted, that while the film is rated
PG-13, the disaster sequences are very intense, if
not in gore then in their intensity.
"Knowing" is not a perfect film, but is a fun two
hours that manages to keep the tension almost
through to the end.
The movie is rated PG- 13 for disaster sequences,
disturbing images and brief strong language.


Celtic Woman
The international Irish music phenomenon, Celtic Woman, will play in Tallahassee as
part of their 2009 "Isle of Hope" tour. The concert is Saturday, March 28, at 8 p.m.
at the Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center. Tickets, priced at $72.50, $49 and
$38.75, are available by calling 800-322-3602 or visiting www.ticketmaster.com.

New Horizon Festival to showcase

original student theatre productions


Experience six original plays
written by the MFA professional
writing students and directed
by MFA directing students and
faculty from the Florida State
University School of Theatre
when the The New Horizons:.
Original Works Festival returns
for a third year.
The festival, which runs from
April 2-11, includes interactive
events and the opportunity for
the audience to become part of
the creative process. Productions
may contain adult content,
language, and partial nudity
(recommended ages: 18+).
To purchase tickets ($10 for
each program), visit the Fine
Arts Ticket Office at tickets.fsu.
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This year's festival will
include:
PROGRAM A:
"Fellow Travelers"
by Lee Carlisle
Directed by Stephen Wuycheck
Four people meet at what
,miay or may not be a tree, in
-what may or may not be the
afterlife. Will their sins be their
salvation? Tragedy, comedy
and philosophy collide in this
exploration of the doubt at the
heart of faith, and the cruelty at


the heart of conviction.
"Mayfly" by Beau DeMayo
Directed by Curtis Young
It's Christmas Eve, 1952, and
Joan Walters has a lovely dinner
prepared. Her husband is late,
but their guest has arrived. By
the time they all sit down to
dinner, their worlds will have
changed forever. A delicate,
savage play about the things we
do to keep love.. .and the things
we do to kill it.
PROGRAM B:
"All the Fine Bones"
by David Saint
Directed by Jed Kaleko
On the night of his kid's
birthday party, a smalltime real
estate hustler with big dreams

take care of some unpleasant
business...but the muscle has
dreams of his own. Does loving
someone like a son mean you
know what's best for them?
Does loving someone like a
father matter when your future
is on the line?
"Doomsday Parade"
by Kyle Arrington
Directed by Peter Smith
A security guard. An aspiring
lawyer. A scientist. A store
manager. A suspicious cutlery


salesperson. A convenience
store on the edge of town. And
a magnet big enough to rip
open a hole in the space-time
continuum. Welcome to the end
of the world.
PROGRAM C:
"Nocturnal Admissions"
by David Whitmore
Directed by Alison Frost
Three in the 'morning
is a tough time to have a
conversation with your college
roommate. Especially when
that conversation is the one
you've been avoiding since you
first met. Brutal humor mixes
with acid wit (and jUst a drop or
ten of booze) in this play about
the deviltries of dorm life and {
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"Wallflowers by Rickia Page
Directed by
Dr. Natalya Baldyga
Get on your feet, because
the party train of the people is
taking off! It's homecoming,
and three girls wait on the wall
for a boy to ask them to dance.
You can tell they're best friends,
because they can tell each other
anything...right? A play about
the beat of the music and the
silence between even the closest
of friends.


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MARCH 26-29
Florida State University Opera
presents Benjamin Britten's "A
Midsummer Night's Dream" at
7:30 p.m. in Opperman Music
Hall. Performances will be
Thursday through Saturday at
7 p.m. and Sunday at 2:30 p.m.
Tickets are $25 for adults, $20
for seniors (62+) and non-FSU
students, and $12 for FSU
students. To purchase tickets,
contact the College of Music Box
Office at 850-645-7949 or www.
music.fsu.edu/tickets.


MARCH 28
The international Irish music
phenomenon, Celtic Woman,
will play in Tallahassee at 8 p.m.


at the Tallahassee-Leon County
Civic Center as part of their 2009
"Isle of Hope" tour. Tickets (priced
at $72.50, $49.00 and $38.75)
are available by calling 800-322-
3602 or visiting www.ticketmaster.
com. For more information, visit
www.tlccc.org.


MARCH 28
The 41st annual Springtime
Tallahassee Grand Parade
celebration, beginning at 10 a.m.
in downtown Tallahassee, will
feature more than 100 units and
colorful floats, marching bands,
local business and Springtime
Krewe floats. Following the
parade there will be an arts and
crafts jubilee, food concessions,
four entertainment stages and the


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Festival. For information, visit
www.springtimetallahassee.com.
APRIL 2-4
The seventh annual Florida State
Bluegrass Festival will feature
Rhonda Vincent-and the Rage,
Mountain Heart, Valerie Smith
and Liberty Pike, Southern Lite,
Mueller Family, Pure & Simple,
Charlie McCoy, the Sawgrass
Band and Swinging Bridge. The
event, held at Forest Capital
State Park, will host a series of
free music workshops Saturday
morning for mandolin, fiddle
and banjo and the Florida State
Bluegrass Music Competition
finals. Admission to the festival
is $15 for the weekend for pre-
orders. For more information call
584-5366.


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B-4 Perry News-Herald March 27-28, 2009


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SMulti-Family Yard Sale Saturday, 8 a.m.
until. 307 East Pace Dr. Lots of items.
3/27
Family Yard Sale 1537 Holley Drive.
Call 838-6985.
3/27
Garage Sale Rain or Shine! Hwy. 19
North. Go to Big Top turn left at church,
look for signs. Saturday 8 a.m. until.
850-445-4702. Misc. (housewares,
tools, Christmas decorations, etc.,
books, movies, etc.) Clothes (small
sizes 4-6), shoes (size 6), purses of all
styles/colors, boy clothes, car seat,
stroller, baby bed mattress, etc. priced
to sell.
3/27
Multi-Family Garage Sale Saturday, 8
a.m. until. 205 Palmetto St. (Pineridge,
off Dixie Hwy.) Household items,
'upright freezer, collectibles, electronics,
kitchen items.
S3/27.


New 350-watt electric 3 and 4 wheel
mobility scooters starting at $495.
ATV's, Go-Karts & Motor Scooters. We
repair most makes and models. Also,
tires and tubes for ATV's. Perry
Scooters 1302 N. Jefferson St. Phone
371-1432.
3/13-6/12

For Sale computer monitor, printer,
speaker and desk. $250 O.B.O.
A simple surround sound system $50.
Call anytime. 850-584-5317.
3/25tfLT

Computer repair. New and used
computers, with your data transfer
included. Repairs available at your
home or business. 838-1683.
10/24PC

$170 Queen pillow-top mattress set,
unused in plastic w/warranty. 222-9879.
Delivery available.
3/27GCN4


Inside and Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
Yd We, buy...call us! Collectibles
Yard Sale
Set-up Tools
$8 & up Hwy. 19 S. 83 8-1422* 584-7124 Mon-Th Furniture


Yard Sale, Could be your treasures,
possible collectibles. May just be junk.,
Come by and check it out. Behind Hicks
Feed. Saturday. 1106 S. Washington St.
Early birds welcome!
3/27


We Buy
Gold, Silver
Silver Coins
Old Paper Money
Don't sell your
Old Jewelry
at a yard sale!
Bring it to South House for
STOP DOLLAR!!


Big Yard and Garage Sale at 1557
Carlton Cemetery Rd. Friday and
Saturday starting at about 9 or 9:30. A
little bit of everything for everybody. So
come on down, turn right Shell
Station at South, 19 and Carlton Rd.
3/27 ..
Big Yard Sale!'A little something for
everyone! Comb 'check us out 187
Agner Acres Rd.: off Green Farm Rd.
Friday and Saturday, 9 a.m. 3 p.m.
follow signs.
3/27
Yard Sale Friday and Saturday 9 a.m. -
5 p.m. 2830 Sea Meadows Drive. 12;1
miles south on Beach Road. (Turn right,
1st house on right.) Lots of stuff.for
kids, clothes infant girl to about 6, baby
furniture, toys, John Deere Tractor, 19ft
Sboat, books, furniture, knick-knacks,
dishes, linens'etc. 578-2895.
- 3/25-3/27

Looking for something? Find
it here in the classified!

New Kitchen Store at 7th Heaven Flea
Market. Route 19 Monticello. Come see
Miss Joan or call (850)242-9343.
Custom fit belts and many kitchen
themes.
2/27
Is your computer slow? Service &
Sales of new and used computers.
Service available in your home
business. 838-1683.


10x12 Storage Shed metal with
plywood floor, double door entrance
$375; 18 cu ft. refrigerator $125; cherry
wood china hutch lighted etched glass
cost $1,999 sell for $825. Matching
table and 4 chairs has cherry wood
marble top/glass center cost $1199
new,sell for $450 or as set $1,100. Call
584-9455.
3/25-4/1
Slides by Sarah.
"A Special gift for a special occasion!"
Get those old photographs out of the
closet and onto your television set by
letting me create a memory video.
www.slidesbysarah.com
850-371-0308 or email
Sslidesbysarah@yah6o.com.
2/18tfnSW
'.Cgt*S ftw!1flbel Travel Trailer w/slide-
out. $3,500, and Handyman pull behind
$1,200. Great for hunting or living in
(850)578-2448 or 321-662-5539.
3/20-4/1

Like New! 1 Weslo Elliptical $100, 1
Gold's Gym Elliptical $150. Call 850-
838-2137 or 850-838-6310.
3/27
2 pc full/twin mattress sets in sealed
plastic New $129 ea. set. Can deliver.
545-7112.
3/27GCN4
Complete living room set sofa/love seat
/ swivel chair & ottoman. $1199 for
whole setl Never used and still in
boxes. Stain-resistant, hardwood
foundation, lifetime warranty, new in
crate, delivery available. 222-9879.
3/27GCN4
A brand new 3 pc. King mattress set.
Still in wrapper $269. Can deliver. 222-
7783.
3/27GCN4
Bedroom: Complete 6 piece set, all
new. Sacrifice $500.545-7112. Delivery
is possible.
3/27GCN4
5-piece solid wood pub set $225. New
in box. 222-9879.
3/27GCN4
Simmons Beautyrest mattress set -
Brand new in sealed plastic. Full
manufacturers warranty. $499. Call
222-7783 (delivery available)
3/27GCN4


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Residential Lots, Perry, Florida
Plus Premier Homes, Townhomes, Condos
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Located Throughout Florida

Visit
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Each Specific Property
Bidding Begins Tuesday -:- March 17
Bidding Ends Tuesday-:- March 31

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Solid Wood Sleigh
box. 545-7112.
3/27GCN4


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Bed $250. New in


Beautiful red-nosed Pit Bull Puppies for
sale. $100 each 850-843-1240.
3/18-3/27

Free To Good 6 Mo. old Lap/bulldog mix
very energetic and lives to play. Will be
spayed. Needs fenced yard. Call 223-
3448.
3/20-3/?7

If you're looking for a pet, be sure to
check the Taylor County Animal Shelter
at 838- 525
12/19tfHH

Yorkie Puppies, AKC Registered.
Beautiful little dolls. Taking deposit to
hold. Ready Friday, April 10 with health
certificates and shots. $850. Call 584-
9882.
3/27-4/10


Shitzu puppies for sale, 7 mo. old
Sable/white female, Housebroken
$35Q; 5 mo. old-"Rdsset/VjHftB&f'fhile
$350; 15 week old male tri-color CKC
registered $400. Very sweet, playful
beautiful puppies. Call 584-9455.
3/25-4/1
For Sale Baby chicks $1.50 and up.
584-8691.
3/27

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If you have lost a pet, be sure to check
the Taylor County Animal Shelter at
838-3525
12/19tfHH



Need Cash?
Got Junk?
Got Junk Cars, Truck?
I buy Scrap Metalsll
850-838-JUNK (5865)
State Certified Scales
2/7tfRC



.NO DOWN PAYMENT for land owners
(even if you still owe money on your
property!) Call Prestige Home Centers
352-493-2492 or 1-800-477-2492.
12/12tfPH
Trade-ins welcome, no down payment
for land owners! Call Prestige Home
Centers 352-493-2492 or 1-800-477-
2492.
12/12tfPH
Reduced! Western Red Cedar Home!
Beautiful 3/2 repo w/covered porch.
Prestige Home Centers Chiefland, 800-
477-2492 or 352-493-2492.
3/25tfPH


Classified ads are $5 for 25 words or less and .10 each additional
word. The deadline for the Wednesday paper is Monday by 5 p.m.
and for the Friday paper is Wednesday by 5 p.m.
123 South Jefferson St.



mall ads..big deals!


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Close out model! 64x28 w/10 ft covered
porch. Ask about the free down
payment money! Prestige Home
Centers Chiefland, 800-477-2492 or
352-493-2492.
3/25tfPH
No middle man here! Prestige Home
Centers designs, builds & does their
own service. That's factory direct.
homes built here in Florida, direct to
you! 800-477-2492 or 352-493-2492.
3/25tfPH
Hurry Free Down Payment money, do it
now!!! Prestige Home Centers, Inc.
800-477-2492; 13771 NW Hwy. 19
Chiefland.
3/25tfPH
Lots & Lots of Repos Call for details
Prestige Home Centers Chiefland, 800-
477-2492.


3/25tfPH



House for Rent 3 Bed/2
acres in city limits. Apartm
1317 S. Center St. Call for
584-4678.


Furnished' Trailer for Rent. Satellite TV
& utilities provided. One adult only, no
children, no pets. References needed.
$135 per week + deposit. Call 584-
2199.
3/18-4/3
Apartments for rent. One year, lease. 1
bed/1 bath $425 with $425 deposit; 2
bed/1 bath $525 with $525 deposit;
small house 3 bed/1 bath. $575 with
$575 deposit. Call for appointment 223-
3369.
3/18-3/27
2 BD/1 BA House $500 month. Call
850-371-1568
3/18-3/27
RV Space on private property Call
(850)371-1568.
3/18-3/27


2 BD/2 BA, Adults only, $700 month
plus security,. includes utilities. Pets
extra. Available April 1.850-843-1882.
3/18-3/27
_ bath on 5 New.upstairs flooring (new stove and
ent for rent. refrigerator to be installed); freshly
application, painted throughout and pressure
washed; 4 BR/2 Ba, country Estate with
great room, 2 car garage and carport.
Just outside city limits near Winn Dixie,
K-Mart and Walmart. Contact
SProfessional Realty of Perry. 850-584-
5844.
2/25-4/17
Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from Monthly $545
required $45 deposit, $165 weekly or
S$40 daily tax included. 317 N. Byron
Butler Pkwy. 850-843-8524.
1/7tfLS
Steinhatchee Place Resort Furnished
1 and 2 bedroom Cohdos'for Rent.
s $550-$675., Included in price,- Wter,
cable, internet and hot tub in
Steinhatchee. Call 1-352-498-7740. :
0475 11/28tf/S/SPD .


2 Bedroom, 1 bath, 2 city lots, fenced in
frontand back, huge utility barn, close
Sto Wal-Marl. $500 monlh. $300 deposit
and 1st month. 352-498-7554. Leave
message. Ready April 1.
3/27-4/3
House for Rent w/option to buy. 2 BD/1
Ba., carport, also mobile building with
W/D, central H/AC, city water and
sewer, 1 well kept, indoor pet allowed.
Non-smokers. $500 month + $1,000
security. Please call Ann Hodges at
Gulf Breeze Real-Estate. 850-584-
2202.
3/27-5/3

3 bd/2 bath double wide mobile home.
1st mo. and security deposit. 584-
5970.
3/27

Clean 2 bed/1 bath mobile home with
large carport, just in city limits. $500 per
month, 1st and last + $250 sec. 727-
433-4514.
3/25-4/3

Taking applications for 2 BR-2 Ba
Mobile Home $450 also 2 BR/1 Ba
$450. All set up in Everett's Mobile
Home Park. Water, sewer & garbage
included in rent. Absolutely no phone
calls. Apply in person Monday -
Wednesday. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
References required. Ask for Ms. Betty.
3/25tfEMH

2 Bed/2 bath w/dryer, upgraded
appliances. Fenced back yard, $700.
first and last. Very private. 850-672-
0850.
3/25-3/27

House for Rent 602 Veterns Dr. 2
bedroom/1 bath, big back yard. $595
rent plus $595 deposit. Call Rick at
(850)843-8524.
1/9tfLS


Westgate Rooms available for rent.
Refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable,.
AC/Heater. Everything included. $165
weekly $40 daily, $545 per month. RV
sites $19 daily, $70 weekly, $250
monthly. Tax included. 1627 S. Byron
Butler Pkwy. 850-843-8810.
1/7tfLS
House for Rent 3 BD/2 BA Credit
Check required $800 per month,
Contact Iris 584-8885.
3/20-4/8
Woodridge Apartments!l
3 BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments now available. Rental
assistance may be available to qualified
applicants. HUD vouchers considered.
Equal Housing Opportunity. Office
hours are 8:00 5:00 Mon.- Thurs. Call
850-584-5668.709 W.Church St. Perry,
FL 32348. TDD 711
1/7tfWA
For Rent 3 BR/2 Bath 1st and last
months' rent, plus deposit, $650. No
pets. Also, small mobile home's in park,
prices vary. No pets. 223-3227. Leave
phone # for appointment. HUD accepted,
none located in town.
3/1 tfLK


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Looking For Applicants!
Rental assistance available. HUD
vouchers accepted. 1 & 2 BR HC &
non- HC accessible apartments. Office
hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon.-Thurs.
Call 850-584-8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315
Puckett Rd, Perry, Fl, 32347. Equal
Housing Opportunity.
5/2tfnSV


Houses for sale!
602 N. Jefferson St., 5 bed/2 bath =
2319 sq. ft.; 113 Lewis Drive, 3 Bed/2
Bath = apx. 2000 sq. ft., 5 acres; 602 W.
Bacon St. = $22,000, 3 Bed/ 1 Bath;
1605 N. Calhoun St. = 3 bed/2 bath.
Call 584-4678
2/6-3/27
Must sell. 4 BD/2 Ba, 2 large city lots.
Reduced to $49,900. Nice
neighborhood. Located at 129 Dowling
Street. Owner Financing available.
Phone 838-3029.
3/18-4/3

24 Hour All Cash Business
Must sell, out-of-town owner
All cash open 24/7, 365 days per year
Only takes part-time work to operate
If equipment were purchased new,
would cost over S200K.
Will sell operation for $55,000.
Call 386-965-3325 or 386-719-7390

2003 28x80 Double Wide on 4 acres
MOL. 4 BR/2 BA Living room, Dining
Room, Kitchen, Den with fireplace
walk-in closets. All Kitchen appliances.
Large screened in front porch, covered
back porch. $80,000. Please call 584-
2806 or 672-2567 or 843-1289.
3/20-4/1
For Sale D/W 3 BR/2.5 BA, 1/2 acre,
$49,000. Call 386-365-4981.
3/20-3/27


3/2 Fleetwood DWMH w/1 acre, well
maintained, oak kitchen cabinets, Real
hardwood floors, large rooms, deck,
large garage, boat storage, sun room
$90,000. Call 850-838-3146 Wendy
Slaughter, Realtor w/Nature Coast, Inc.
3/18-4/10
For Sale By Owner 7 one acre lots.
Use your tax return as down payment
to.buy lot of your choice. $15k to $25k.
Corner of Fair Rd. and W. Page Rd.
Paved street. Owner financing. 1-828-
301-6308.
3/11-4/3
Owner Financing 1/2 acre of land with
16x80 2006 Clayton Mobile Home. 3
BR/2 Ba. Ready for occupancy
10%down. Payments around $575 mo.
Call 584-7094, ask for Danny
3/13tfPHC
Land for sale, 221 North Between
Shiloh Church Rd. and Cairo Parker
Rd. 1 acre lots with paved roads. Owner
financing available. Please call (386)
658-1346 or (850) 584-74B6.
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Land for sale:
1 lot on Cedar Island
1.42 acres (beach area)
1 lot with single wide mobile home
(beach area.)
For more information please call
Frances Edwards or Terri Collins at
223-7100.
3/11-4/3BCFCU



Big 36 ft 5-wheel Travel Trailer w/slide-
out. $3,500, and Handyman pull behind
$1,200. Great for hunting or living in
(850)578-2448 or 321-662-5539.
3/20-4/1
Boat for Sale 2005 16ft. Carolina Skiff,
25 horsepower, 4 stroke Yamaha motor
and Trailer. $6,100 Exc. condition. 584-
9455.
3/25-4/1
18 'ft. Playbuoy pontoon boat. 50 hp
Johnson. 42 total hours. Portapottie,
fish finder, convertible top. Trailer. All
equipment included. Ready to go!!
Asking $9200. O.B..584-4147.
3/27-4/8


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Just Refinished
and Ready To Occupy

Call 850-584-6666, Ext. 401
Free Application
Must Have Good References
No Pets Allowed.


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1998 Camaro Z28 black with T-Top;
automatic, AC, power windows/locks
and remote access, $5800, O.B.O. Call
584-7722 or 843-2196 or 584-1155 for
more information.
3/25-3/27

88 Ford F250 1 ton, 4 speed with
overdrive. New transmission under
warranty, 7.3 diesel, runs great. $3300
or best offer. (850)223-1476 code
9111.
3/18tf



I need child care for 4 mo. old and 16
mo. old in my home. (Beach area)
Need References. Call 578-2498 code
1212.
3/27-4/1

Maintenance Director
Must have basic skills in air
conditioning, electrical,
carpentry/painting and Life Safety in a
Skilled Nursing Facility. Maintain
records for inspection :review.
Experience in SNF or hospital
preferred. Benefits include health,
dental and life insurance, and 401K.
Fax resume to 850-973-2667; Madison
Nursing Center telephone 850-973-
4880.
3/25-4/3MNC

Patient Registration Coordinator
Doctors' Memorial Hospital
Minimum two years medical 'office,
hospital registration and supervisory
experience. Apply at DMH.
DFWP/EOE
3/25DMH

The Boys & Girls Club
is seeking qualified applicants for the
following positions: One certified
Teacher: Tutor and lead math, science
and language activities at our
Veteran's Park Unit. Monday -
Thursday 3:30 5:30, salary
negotiable. Must prove certification.
Please submit resume via fax to 850-
838-9033.
One Summer Food Manager/Head
Cook: To supervise summer food staff
persons and operation of program,
cook, meals for approximately 200
children daily, ensure all
documentation is completed
accurately and promptly. Monday -
Friday 7:30 a.m. 2:30 p.m. $10 $15
hourly. Applications can be picked up
and returned to Administrative Offices,
202 East Julia Drive, Perry, FL
between 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. Monday -
Friday.
Two Summer Food Workers: To assist
Manager with cooking of meals, clean-
up and applicable documentation,.
1iMonday Friday 3WCq r- 2;3
'$7.25 hourly. A'ppliMi~hs, can"bL'
picked up and returned to
Administrative Offices, 202 East Julia
Drive, Perry, Fl. between 1 p.m. and 5
p.m. Monday Friday.
3/25-4/3BGC

Secretary Position
This is a full time administrative
assistant position. Responsibilities
include answering multi-line phone,
Smiling, correspondence requests,
keeping accurate records for the office
and being responsible for dealing with
walk-in customers. This person must
-be computer literate, work well with
others, organized, able to work in a
high-stress office environment and be
a multi-tasker. Must be proficient in the
following computer software: Microsoft
Word, Excel, Publisher, Quickbooks
and Microsoft Outlook. Salary is
'negotiable. Benefits include sick pay,
vacation time and holiday pay. Please
send resume and references to
Administrative Assistant Position PO
Box 892 Perry, FL 32348.
3/18-3/27TCCC

Avon needs Reps in this area!! Start
the New Year right! Start your own
business. Only $10 start up kit. Earn
50%. Avon Buy or Sell. Call BJ Cannon
at 850-843-2605 or 850-584-6289.
2/25-3/27


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Looking for experienced refrigeration
technicians and HVAC installers. Must
have clean driving record. Drug Free
Workplace. Call 584-3626.
3/11tfAR

Accounting Instructor (full time)
needed at North Florida Community
College. See http://www.nfcc.edu for
details.
3/25-4/1 0NFCC9872

Cooks, waitresses and cashiers apply
in person at Gulf Stream Marina,
Steinhatchee, Florida.
3/25-4/3

Full Time Cashier
Tri-County Electric Cooperative, Inc.
has an opening for a full-time cashier
in our Perry office. The successful
candidate should have strong problem
solving skills, high integrity, pleasant
demeanor and excellent
communication skills.
The candidate must also have solid
personal computer skills and be'
familiar with Microsoft Office software.
The Cooperative offers competitive
salary and benefits.
Tri-County is an EOE and DFWP.
Please send resume and completed
Tri-County Employment Application
Form, which is available at any TCEC
office, April 6, 2009 to: George Webb
Tri-County Electric Cooperative, Inc.
P.O. Box 208
Madison, FI 32341
3/18-3/27TCE

Wanted: Shop Manager/Mechanic,
must have a high school diploma or
GED, Florida drivers license Class B
or better. Experience on gas and diesel
light and heavy equipment. Experience
in managing mechanic shop, doing the
work, Filling out proper paperwork,
able to do PM on all equipment.
Previous applicants need not re-apply.
Closing date will be March 31. For
information call Jefferson County Road
Dept. 997-2036
3/18-3/27JCRD

Taylor Co. Board of County
Commissioners
ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER $9.31
-$10.48 hr. DOQ
MOSQUITO SPRAYING TRUCK
DRIVER/OPERATOR (seasonal/part-
time) $8.04-$9.05 hr. DOE
DAY CAMP COUNSELOR -
seasonal/part time) $7.25 hr. range
depending on education level
ROLL OFF SITE ATTENDANT
(occasional call in) -$7.21 no benefits.
J'ob descriptions and applications can
be obtained from
www.taylorcountygov.com or
Employment Connections Mobile Unit
located in the K-Mart Parking Lot on
U ha iBrof|Thursday, 9 a.nl. 4 ti\
p". a1Fr* ouMy1 Board of County
Commissioners is an EOE, VP, DT,
background check employer.
3/11tfBCC




J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates.
We also grind stumps. Call today 838-
1280. Firewood for sale.
tfJD

Experienced Computer Techs will
repair your computer in your home.
Upgrades, new, or used computer
sales with your date transfer included.
Emergency response available. 838-
1683
10/24PC


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Water/Sewer Hook-Ups Available
Complete Set-Up Service & Anchoring,
Dirt Pads & Tree Service.
916.1t :]| ei*IAld:I.:1I-.1
Tear Down & Removal, Releveling,
Installation of New Windows & Doors;
Roofs. Skirting & Vinyl Siding.
Licensed, Insured & Bonded
Call Mark Moneyhan 584'6397
or Steve McKinney 838-0676


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TALL TIMBER TREE SERVICE
*Stump Grinding
*Tree Trimming
*Tree Removal
*Debris Removal
*Pressure Washing
*Bush Hogging
*Lawncare
*Free Estimates* and
*Great Rates*
Call today!
850-838-5923 or 850-584-8191
Mark A. Moneyhan
Certified Quality Specialist
2/27-5/22

JM Handyman Home Repairs, LLC
Pressure washing, painting, concrete,
wood decks, Ceramic tile, laminate
wood available, Mobile Home Repairs,
RV Leak Repairs. 578-3776, 838-6077
or 584-2270.
1/23tfJM1


Julie's
Lawn Care
Mowing
Trimmming
Clean-Up
Licensed & Insured 1 j
850-223-1298
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Lisa's Affordable House
Cleaning Home or office, reliable and
dependable, 2Q% off 1st cleaning.
References upon request. Call for free
estimates. 850-584-6209
3/6-4/3

Clay Swindle L.L.C. (licensed and
insured) All types of remodeling: doors,
windows, docks, painting, etc.
Commercial & Residential. Call 850-
223-1780 or 843-1941. Over 20 years
of experience
3/27tfnCS

TREE CAPITAL

CLEANING




We do mold inspections"'
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Pursuant to Section 2.13(B) of the City
Charter of the City of Perry, Florida,
notice Is hereby given that the City
Council had Introduction and First
Reading on Ordinance No. 868 and
Ordinance No. 869 on March 24, 2009
In the City Council Chambers, 224 S.
Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida. The
Public Hearing and Final Reading on
Ordinance No. 868 and Ordinance
No. 869 Is scheduled for April 14; 2009
in the City Council Regular Meeting,
Council Room 224 S. Jefferson Street,
Perry, Florida at 6:30 p. m. or as soon
thereafter as possible. Any interested
persons may appear and be heard
on the aforementioned public
hearing date. Notice is also given,
pursuant to Florida Statutes 286.0105
that any person deciding to appeal
any decision of the City Council with
respect to any matter considered at
the meeting will need a record of that
meeting and may need to ensure that
a verbatim record of the proceedings
is made; which record Includes the
testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal Is to be based.
ORDINANCE NO. 868
AN ORDINANCE TO. AMEND
ORDINANCE NO. 866, ADOPTED
NOVEMBER 11, 2008. AN
ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PERRY,
FLORIDA, WHICH PROVIDES
LEGISLATIVE FINDINGS, DECLARATION
OF NECESSITY, BUILDINGS AFFECTED,
STANDARDS FOR EXTERIOR PROPERTY
AREAS, PENALTIES, COMPLIANCE
PERIOD, PROVIDES FOR SEVERABILITY,
CONFLICT AND EFFECTIVE DATE,


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Sewer available. Adjacent to Megasite. Garner
Auctions, Inc. garnerauctionsinc.com, Ken Garner
ALSL 1002, 877-914-SOLD.

Auto Donations

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Info www.ubcf.info FREE Towing, Tax Deductible,
Non-Runners Accepted, (888)468-5964.


Homes For Rent


3Br 2Ba Foreclosure! $10,500! Only $199/Mo! 5%
down 15 years @ 8% apr. Buy, 4 Br $259/Mo! for
listings 800-366-9783 ext 5798


Homes For Sale

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5% down 20 years @ 8% apr. Buy, 4 Br $326/Mol tor


A to Z Farm and Lawn Service
Land clearing, tree trimming/ removal,
dump truck service, harrowing, bush
hog mowing, rake work, dirt leveling
and complete lawn service. Call 584-
6737.
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TREE CAPITAL

CLEANING

UPHOLSTERY
& CARPET CLEANING
Dries in 3-4 hours

Tile Floors ~ '
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584-CLEAN j
(584-2532)

NEED HELP? Excellent'TLC for your
elderly. Cooking, shopping, light
cleaning. 17 years experience.
References available. 584-5165' leave
message or 843-4355.
2/25-3/27

Do you need a baby-sitter? I will watch
your children in my home or yours. Call
Allison for details. 584-9245.
3/25-4/3

Quality Senior Lawn Service
low rates, free estimate.
850-584-6574.
3/13-4/8



I, Edward Shiver Jr., will no longer be
responsible for any debts other than
my own effective March 25, 2009.
3/25-3/27


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Bail .
Bonds

Swann Bonding Agency
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107 N 58 -2757
JeffersQn St. 5 -2



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Business Opportunities

100% RECESSION PROOF! Do you earn $800 in a
day? 25 Local Machines and Candy $9,995.
(888)629-9968 B02000033 CALL US: We will not be
undersold!


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Cars for Sale


Land For Sale

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view, very private, big trees, waterfalls & large public-
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Lots & Acreage

Florida Land Bargain of the Century! 2 ac~-
waterfront homesite only $69,900. (appraised at-:
$169,900). Private, gated community with 2.
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95 Honda Accord $500! 94 Acura Integra $750! 97
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Help Wanted. Join Wil-Trans Lease or Company
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OTR Drivers- Join PTL! Up to 34cpm. REQUIRED 12
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check! Free 24 hour information. (888)250-8110.

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Miscellaneous

ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from Home. *Medical,
*Business, *Paralegal, *Computers, *Criminal
Justice. Job placement assistance. Computer
available. Financial Aid if qualified. Call (866)858-
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program. Financial aid if qualified Housing available.
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$40,374) in eight months in online program offered by
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email patricia.roark@ttcelizabethton.edu

Mobile Homes For Sale

Bank Foreclosures! 4 Br $25,000! Only $225/Mo! 3
Br $12,500! Only $199/Mo! 5% down 15 years @ 8%:
apr. for listings (800)366-9783 ext 5669.


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Janitorial Services



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Bank Cleaning and customers by leaving a good impression
Carpet Cleaning and bringing in return business."
School Cleaning
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Hospital Cleaning "Your Cleaning Satisfaction Guaranteed"
Office Cleaning Licensed Bonded Insured
Window Cleaning \
Boat Cleaning
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ORDINANCE NO. 869
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
PERRY, FLORIDA RELATING TO
FINANCING WITH THE STATE
REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM;
MAKING FINDINGS; ESTABLISHING
PLEDGED REVENUES; DESIGNATING
AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVES;
PROVIDING ASSURANCE; PROVIDING
FOR CONFLICTS, SEVERABILITY AND
EFFECTIVE DATE.
Copies of said Ordinance No. 868 and
869 may be Inspected at the
Administration Office of City Hall, 224
S. Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida
between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and
5:00 p.m., Monday thru Friday.
Robert A. Brown, Jr.
City Manager
Emily Weed Ketring
Mayor
3/27
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR TAYLOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO. 09-148CP
In Re: Estate of VERNER WILLIS
EDWARDS,
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE:
The administration of the Estate of
VERNER WILLIS EDWARDS, deceased,
File No. 09-1.48CP, by the Circuit Court
for Taylor County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which Is Post
Office Drawer 620, Perry, FL 32348. The
names and addresses of the personal


representative and the person
representative's attorney are set fort
below. ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARI
NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the decedent arm
other persons having claims 0
demands against Decedent's estaft
on whom a copy of this notice :-
served must file their claims with ttil
Court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREI
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRS
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE 01
THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE Q
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTIQI
ON THEM (Sections 733.702 aor
733.710 of the Florida Statutes).
All other creditors of the decedem
and persons having claims g
demands against the
estate of the decedent must file thdi
claims with this Court WITHIN THREI
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRS
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.-
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT Si
FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first publication of tl
notice Is March 27, 2009.
OSCAR M. HOWARD, III, P.A.
Florida Bar No. 013551
P.O. Box 22
Perry, Florida 32348
(850) 584-4980
Person Giving Notice:
Barbara Aleene Edwards
Personal Representative
1813 Aaron Drive
Tallahassee, FL 32303
3/27, 4/3


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A-2 Progress 2009 March 27,2009
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The ,depot was completed in 1918 and served as the hub of train traffic rolling through downtown. Passengers, merchandise and even new cars "disembarked" at the
Perry stop. One stpry tells;:of a shipment of new car models being brought in under the cover of darkness to protect them from being seen before a grand unveiling on the
showroom floor.


Second chances


Train depot saved by city,

A prime piece of real estate purchase the property and
both in historical value and continue the restoration efforts.
location has been given new "Our goal was to continue
life thanks to the efforts of what Main Street his started
Main S tree. ~Perry -nd-the ,City. and ..make ,4~) s d,Q D ppQt, a.,,
of Perry. asset to the downtown area,"
The Old Depot, strategically City Manager Bob Brown said.
located at the south entrance of The building will be used as
downtown Perry, has seen an "incubator" for small
more than $200,000 in business start-ups and will also
refurbishments under the care house offices for the Taylor
of MainStreet. County Development Authority
In early 2008, the City of (TCDA) and Main Street.
Perry came forward to Partnering with Taylor


Main Street

Correctional Institution (TCI)
and utilizing its labor crews,
the former railroad station has
been completely renovated
,both inside and ..ut.. -rom
interior brick walls to outside
railings, every detail was
planned and executed under the
watchful eye of the city
manager along with Pioject
Coordinator Bobby Counce.
,Dedication ceremonies and
open house are slated for
Friday, April 24.


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Placed in' front of the Historic Perry Station, a stately landmark clock signals
the beginning of the "gateway" to downtown Perry. The clock bears the name of the
city as well as the date of its foundingi-1903.


Historic Perry Station




now open for business


Get a jumpsiart on your
new business and be a part of
the Perry Historic Station.
The City of Perry is now
accepting applications for the
small business "incubator"
located inside the newly
renovated Old Depot
(renamed Perry Historic
Station).
"The city will offer below
market rate rent to help new
or expanding businesses get
started and thrive." City
Manager Bob Bro\wn said..
Three spaces are available
in the building--a 28 .x 33
suite ($250/month), a 28x26


suite ($200/month) and a
28.'-38 inside suite along with
a lighted outside deck
($350/month).
A fourth, suite of offices
has been designated' for use
by the Taylor County
Development Authority and
Main Street Perry.
The city has-also partnered
with the Taylor County Small
Business Outreach Center,
which will offer assistance to
applicants, in completing
business plans.
The center, a component of
the chamber of commerce,
can provide free business


plan development assistance
and perform business plan
evaluations.
Applications are available
at City Hall and the chamber;
all ,applications must be
submitted by May 1 for
consideration. Businesses
will'be awarded space based
on the viability of their
business plans, estimated
"traffic" generated to 'the
downtown area, estimated
number of employees and
projected growth. For more
information, call the city at
584-7161 or the outreach
center at 584-5366.


Dedication ceremonies for the newly renovated
Historic Perry Station will be held Friday, April 24,
at noon. An open house will follow. Among the special
guests will be Taylor County native Russell Tedder, a
railroad employee who managed the station for 15
years. Open house hours will continue through the
evening from 5:30-7 p.m.


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Chairman Cline Moore believes Taylor County has the
strength, the will power and the initiative to weather
troubling economic times.
At the recent Perry/Taylor County Chamber of
Commerce banquet, he told members: "The future is
never certain, however, our community is strong. With
strength and unity, we can accomplish anything as long
as we work together."


The Chamber, he reminds, gives everyone
opportunity to work together, and he encourages
County residents to embrace that challenge.


"By uniting business, community and government we
can form a powerful team."
o'Rfhdth r8ior'ur'dr-tifinbt'- of"the'corrmmunity to
use this Progress edition in the months to come--"send it
to prospective businesses, send it to clients, send it to
friends seeking a vacation spot. And don't forget to use
it yourself; we all benefit when Chamber members work,
shop and enjoy recreation at home.
"Together," he says, "we can have a positive impact on
the future of our community and our lives. Thank you for
your willingness to be a part of these challenging times,
With your resources, talents and energy, the future of
Taylor County remains bright and promising,"


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summer

The new Walgreens store now under construction at the corner of Jefferson
Street and U.S. 19 is slated to open this summer. The 13,650 square foot building
will house a grocery department, pharmacy, one-hour photo section and "aisles
and aisles of everyday essentials," store officials said. The new store will also
offer drive -thru service from the pharmacy and will employ between 25-30
people. Prospective employees may submit applications on-line at
www.walgreens.com.


'The Reserve':gains key


approval from SWRMD


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environmental resource permit
for The Reserve at.Sweetwater
Estuary---a golf course, resort
and housing development south
of Dekle Beach.
Dr.,J. Crayton Pruitt's
development still must satisfy
requirements by several
regulatory agencies and also
obtain a land use change prior
to the beginning of
construction.
An application for the land
use change was submitted
earlier this year.


Magnolia Bay Marina and
Resort on the same property
after several governmental
agencies objected to the marina
and associated channel into the
gulf.
So Pruitt instructed his staff
to design a project without the
marina basin and channel and
add a golf course.
The current project also
features 624 condominium
units, an 874-unit hotel, some
single-family housing and
280,000 square feet of
commercial space.


SRWMD, in its .. ff,.prts.
indicated approa'J the the!
newest plan.
"As a result of the applicant's
(Pruitt's) efforts during the
ongoing project review, direct
and secondary wetland impact
avoidance and minimization
efforts are considered adequate
to meet rule "crieria. The
project is, not contrary to'the
public interest," district
staff wrote in the permit
application.
According to SRWMD,
wetland impacts on the project
were reduced from 134 acres to
44 acres.


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for UF ethanol plant


Buckeye .Technologies
officials recently announced
that there is a possibility that
the University of Florida may
again consider locating a
cellulosic ethanol research pilot
plant at the company's Taylor
County plant site.
The university selected
South Florida sugar producer
Florida Crystals over Buckeye
nearly two years ago but has
been in contact recently with
Buckeye officials to see if the
company's property is still
available.
"The company continues to
have a strong interest in
researching and developing
green energy and welcomes the
opportunity to potentially assist


the university," Buckeye
Site Manager Howard Drew
said.
He added that it is too early
to say if Buckeye will end up
hosting the facility.
"We are continuing to talk
with the university to
determine if the Buckeye site is
a good fit for the research
facility," Drew said.
With the support of the
Taylor County Development
Authority, the Buckeye
property was considered for the
facility in 2007 by a university
selection committee and
finished second out of six
applicants for the plant.
According to information
provided by the university two


years ago, the plant would
commercially produce one to
two million gallons of ethanol
per year as well as serve as a
research and development
lab. It is being financed by a
$20 million state grant.
Buckeye, a leading
manufacturer and marketer of
specialty fibers and nonwoven
materials, is headquartered in
Memphis, Tenn.
In addition to the huge Taylor
County plant, the company
operates other facilities in the
United States, Germany,
Canada and Brazil.
Its products are sold
worldwide to makers of
consumer and industrial
goods.


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Grand opening
The latest store in O'Reilly Auto Parts' stable of 3,300 locations is slated to open
in Perry April 25 and will employ between seven to 10 individuals. Applications
are currently being accepted on-line at www.oreillyauto.com. The company has
stores in 38 states across the nation, including Florida, Texas, Mississippi and
Tennessee. It also has 29 distribution centers and 7,800 delivery trucks. Each
store is staffed with "professional parts people" who have pledged to deliver the
"best possible customer service," company representatives said. Perry's new
store is located on South Byron Butler Parkway.


Florida Gas Transmission is
proposing to expand its natural
gas pipeline system to meet the
growing energy needs of the
Gulf Coast and Florida. The
project includes modifications
to the compressor station in
Taylor County on Pisgah Road
as well as some new pipeline
construction in and around the
county.
Natural gas is the primary
fuel for new electric generation
plants and most of the natural
gas consumed along the Gulf
Coast and Florida is used for
electric generation, according
to information provided by
FGT.
The Phase VIII Expansion
will increase Florida
Gas Transmission's delivery


capacity into'Florida by up to 1
billion cubic feet per day.
The additional capacity
provided by the Phase VIII
Expansion will provide enough
natural gas, to power an
estimated 1 million homes
daily.
The project consists of
adding 580 miles of pipeline in
Alabama, Mississippi and
Florida with approximately 450
miles built parallel to existing
pipelines.
The project will add
approximately some 217,000
horsepower of compression at.
10 existing stations:with one
new compressor station to be
built in Okeechobee County.:
According to a map provided
by FGT, pipeline construction


in and adjacent to Taylor
County includes:
a 36-inch line from the
compression station north. of
Perry some 20 miles into
Lafayette County;
a 36-inch line from the
compression station near
Quincy through Leon County
and Jefferson counties to the
Taylor County line (About 50
miles);
a 20-inch line from near the
Suwannee River in Lafayette
County to northern Suwannee
County (about 25 miles);
and a short 36-inch line
addition in northern Gilchrist
County (5 miles).
The project is expected to be
completed and in service in the
spring of 2011.


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The Perry-Foley Airport,
which dates back to World War
II as an Army Air Corps
training base, continues to see
upgrades to its facilities thanks
to a series of state and federal
grants.
The latest addition, which is
expected to be completed in
April, is the first of possibly
several new t-hangars, which
will house eight aircraft.
According to County Grants
Coordinator Melody Cox, the
spaces have already been
rented and a waiting list has
been created. .\
The $1.1 million project was
funded by the Florida
Department of Transportation
and included new taxi lanes as
well as the building itself.
Additionally, the airport
runways are being re-striped
with authorization from
the Federal Aviation
Administration .to extend the
striping, which will allow the
airport to accommodate small
jet traffic.
Cox added that state plans
include the future construction
of, six additional buildings of
similar size .
A new terminal building was
completed in late 2006,
constructed .to withstand and
remain operational during
Category 5 hurricane winds.
Earlier that year,: a new
Automated .Weather
Observation System (AWOS),
was completed at the airport..-
The AWOS system provides
current weather observations
24 hours a day without human
involvement. The system
sports wind, ceiling, \ sibility,
temperature, dew point and
altimeter settings.
Pilots may obtain the
weather and flight conditions
via : radio communications
several miles from Perry. The
public can access current
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Strategy keyto development


BY RICK BREER
Director Economic Development
The Taylor County
Development Authority
(TCDA) continues to strive for
more and. better jobs.. The
economy during the past year
has caused companies to
postpone acquisitions,
expansions, etc., making our
endeavors even more difficult.
This demonstrates that any
economic development effort
needs to be strategic in nature,
adding to the community's
competitiveness over the long
term even as we are doing all
we can to attract and grow
better jobs immediately.,
Dr. J. Crayton Pruitt's
Reserve at Sweetwater Estuary
is in the permitting stage. It is a
golf course, residential and
commercial project to be
constructed between Dekle
Beach and Keaton Beach. Plans
call for 280,000 square feet of
commercial space, 874 hotel
rooms, 624 condos and some
single-family housing.
The golf course will be 18
holes and is"being designed in
order to be certified by
Audobon International. Once
permitted, this project will have
a positive impact on the
economy of Taylor County.
Lance Manufacturing's Perry
plant continues to be the
leading kettle chip producer in


the Southeast. And unlike a lot
of companies lately, Lance has
been able to maintain
steady workforce numbers.
Productivity at the Perry
location continues to lead
Lance's manufacturing
facilities.
The Rural Area of Critical
Economic Concern (RACEC)
designation, of which Taylor
County is a part, has completed
its organization.
The North Florida Economic
Development Partnership
(NFEDP) has hired staff,
outlined budget needs and
started to implement work
plans. The NFEDP is organized
for the purpose of coordinating
and marketing regional assets
and identifying issues that
serve as impediments to job


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creation and increased
economic growth within the
14-county wide rural region. f
The strategic importance of a
regional organization grows as
more and more potential
project funding sources stress
regional cooperation as a
gateway to application.
Vision 2060, an effort by the
community to determine what
they want our community to
look like in 2060. has virtually
been completed and is almost
through the go\ ern-renL"t3
oversight process.
The next step is to keaje the
Vision into the countN 's
comprehensive plan, thereby
making the Vision a working
document as opposed to a good
work that lies on the shelf. An
adjunct to this effort and a,


Your business is our business


Celebrating its fifth year at
the Perry/Taylor Chamber of
Commerce, the Taylor County
Small Business Outreach
Center has not only helped
many new small businesses
open in Taylor County, but has
also offered local businesses
invaluable information and
assistance.
The Florida Small
Business Development Center


Network--a statewide
partnership between high
education and Floridians
statewide--has been
recognized, endorsed and
funded as Florida's premier
source for small business
assistance.
"It is important to the centers
that we provide excellent
service, show. continuous
community improvement, and


a positive reputation with
honesty and integrity," said
Chamber Director Dawn
Taylor.
The network serves as the
statewide single point of
contact for the advancement
of an entrepreneurial
environment; thus, creating a
positive foundation for the
development and growth of
micro, small and medium


enterprises in Florida.
The net focus on the critical
needs of the businesses drives
its direction and performance
expectations.
The Florida SBDC program
is the most experienced
economic development
network serving Floridians
statewide, according to
Taylor. For more information;
please call 584-5366.


priority of the TCDA is the
creation of an economic
development strategic plan.
There are only two things
between now and completion:
an induced growth
methodology acceptable to the
Department of Community
Affairs (DCA) and an
.ntertwined target industry list.
That work is underway and
should be finished within two
months. This collaborative
effort promises great rewards
for the community's future and
sustaining the quality of life we
enjoy here.
More than a year ago,
Buckeye and the TCDA applied
:o the University of Florida
who were looking for a site to
host a pilot plant demonstrating


the. viability of, cellulose, as
alternate feedstock from corn,
for the manufacture of ethanol.
Although Florida Crystal
was initially selected, recent
developments have resulted in
the university reopening their
interest in the Buckeye
location. If a final agreement
between the university and
Buckeye can be reached--and
all indications are
positive--having a relationship
between a premier research
institution can result in
significant benefits to our
citizens over the next few
decades.
Despite the struggling
national economy,,the TCDA is
bullish on the future for Taylor
County.


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In 2008, the electrical and
instrumentation program at
Taylor Technical Institute (TTI)
received a large boost with the
announcement of a $2.9 million
donation in equipment and
software from Rockwell
International to ensure students
receive state-of-the-art training.
TTI's electrical and
instrumentation program was
originally created 20 years ago
in response to local
manufacturers' demands for an
improved technical workforce,
according to Instructor Scot
Vaughn.
(The companies developed a
program outline-.according to
their technical maintenance
needs and then produced a
curriculum to match those
Seeds. The program was
adopted by the Florida.
Department of Education,
implemented at TTI and has
remained a leader in industrial
technical training ever since, he
said.
A $200,000 SUCCEED grant
in 2007 allowed the program to
expand its offerings, leading to
a recent donation from
Rockwell International,
.according to Grants
Coordinator Chris Olson.
Rockwell develops and
implements industrial
automation control and


information systems, serving
customers in more than 80
countries with $55 billion in
annual sales.
According to Vaughn,
Rockwell's partnership with
TTI ensures the local program
will be able to stay current with
upgrades and changes in the
industrial manufacturing sector
for years to come.
"Like PCs, new generations
of equipment are continually
released," Vaughn said. "If you
don't 'have new equipment, it
makes it hard to train."
Students in the electrical and
instrumentation program' will
train using the new software to
simulate industrial processes.
"'hey will trairi on the exact
same equipment they'll be
using in the induAtry.". _
According to Vaughn, most
manufacturers in the Southeast
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Incentives top






$150,000


Taylor County businesses
using the Florida Enterprise
Zone Program (FEZP) received
incentives totaling $150,000 in
2008.
According to County
Extension director Clay Olson,
this was down from the amount
the county usually receives,
and the economy was blamed
for the,difference.
"The zone is basically a way
for businesses to recoup sales
tax paid on building materials
and business equipment," said


Olson. "It can also be used to
generate a job tax credit, again
taken against sales tax or
Florida corporate taxes
paid."
In 2007, the incentives hit
$470,000, which Olson
credited to the expansion at
Lance.
The FEZP was enacted to
provide companies who are
willing to invest in "productive
business enterprises located in
severely distressed areas, with
appropriate tax benefits and


regulatory relief," Olson said.
Incentives averaged some
$200,000 per year when the
program started in 1997, but
the totals had topped $300,000
in recent years.
"Since its inception in 1997,
we have received more than
$3 million in incentives back to
the community.'
The state recently extended
the program for an additional
10 years through 2015.
Following the net ban in
1996, then State Representative


Allen Boyd was instrumental in
getting legislation passed to
designate eight additional state
enterprise zones for net ban
affected communities, with
Taylor County being one.
Local businesses have used
the program as well as those
private individuals doing home
renovations or new
construction located in the
zone.
Olson said that Taylor
County receives more state
incentives than "most rural


counties and a lot of highly
populated counties."
To date, the state has
designated 53 enterprise zones.
Workshops are held at the
Perry/Taylor County Chamber
of Commerce monthly for
those interested in finding out
how to take advantage of zone
incentives, determining
eligibility and the application
process.
For more information,
please contact Olson at 838-
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their equipment.
The present electrical and
instrumentation program will
become a showcase for control
systems that are of the highest
level and most advanced in any
industry, Vaughn said.
"Taylor Tech is meeting local.
and state manufacturing needs
as well as providing specialized
training for the power
generation, cement
manufacturing, food
processing, sawmill, munitions
and automotive manufacturing
industries," Vaughn said.
"As new industry looks to
relocate in Taylor County and
existing manufacturers expand
and improve operations, the E
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last year.
Chemring Group PLC
is the world's leading
producer of expendable
decoy countermeasures
for protecting air, sea and
land platforms against
guided missile threats. Its
products include flares,
chaff, special materials
and naval decoys.
The company also
designs, develops and
produces energetic
materials and sub-
systems for military,
OEM and safety
customers. Its products
include safety systems,
initiators, pyrotechnics,
disrupters, medium and
large calibre ammunition,
pyromechanisms and
propulsion systems.
The Taylor County
facility employs about
250 people and is
expected to maintain or
grow those numbers over
the next several years.
Chemring also recently
purchased plants in
Pennsylvania, Tennessee
and South Dakota and is
now a major supplier for
the U.S. Department of
Defense.
Martin Electronics has
been in business since
1954. Its 1,000-acre
Taylor County plant on
Puckett Road became
operational in 1968.
Martin currently
manufactures 40MM
ammunition, fuses,
'.signaln 'device_- and
other pyrotechnically
activated devices.


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Navigating the road ahead


Two years after plans were
hatched to create a "blueprint"
for Taylor County's
development over the next 50
years, the Vision 2060 plan is
nearing final approval from
state officials.
Just what Taylor County
might look like in 2060 and
beyond has been the subject of
meetings, studies and
discussions as community


members gathered to decide
where they would like to see
the county go.
In 2007, the Perry-Taylor
County Chamber of Commerce
joined together with several
community partners for a
shared visioning project in
which to guide the county.
Chamber officials called the
project a "super-charged"
version of the Vision: 2010
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project conducted 20 years ago. MSCW, a firm in Orlando
The chamber was which had conducted a number
approached by Foley Timber of similar studies around the
and Land, which was preparing state.
to undertake its own vision Utilizing a public
project, officials said. They participation process overseen
decided to instead work by the chamber of commerce, a
together with other partners, Vision Task Force was created
including the Taylor County and four .sub-committees
Development Authority, on, one established. After almost 10
plan for the whole county. The months of meetings, the task
chamber then contacted force and MSCW examined
current trends as well as
projected development


patterns, which they used to
create a Shared Vision Plan.
After the plan gained the
unanimous support Vision Task
Force, it was presented to both
the Taylor County Planning
Board and county commission,
which approved it.
When the plan was
forwarded to the Florida
Department of Community
Affairs (DCA) for review and
approval as part of the county's
comprehensive plan, the


agency objected to certain
portions of the document.
County officials met with
representatives from DCA and
negotiated a stipulated
settlement agreement, which
the county commission
unanimously approved in.d
March.
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the plan, or the process used ta&
develop it, visit the project's
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Chamber welcomes
new members with
ribbon-cutting ceremonies


in 2008


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Red Zone Pizza Buffet is. a family-owned and operated restaurant


"Events" helps brides and brides-to-be with their special occasions


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its first games in March, drawing hundreds of players and fans to the Taylor County Sports Complex.



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Once complete, Phase II of-the Taylor County Sports Complex will include four
baseball diamonds and a two-story concession stand.


For 2008 and the early part of has plans to run a sidewalk to
2009, it was a time of expansion :the complex.
for the T*lor County Sports Construction on Phase II is
Complex, both in size and in expected to cost $1,975,000.
the number of people using the The complex has hosted
facility; city flag football league
Late in 2008, construction and the Perry Soccer
began on Phase I. of the
complex, which will include
four new baseball diamonds and
a walking traiY, nearly tripling
the size of the facility.
When completed, the facility
will include two 60-foot
baseball diamonds, along with a
70-foot diamond and a 90-foot
diamond, The diamonds will
feature dugouts, fenced batters'
cages and covered bleachers as
well as a concession stand at
the center of the baseball quad. .
which will include a second-
story announcers' booth.
Twobridges-- onefor vehicles
and one for pedestrian traffic
--were built over the creek that
intersects the complex property
to connect the new facilities
with the already existing soccer
fields, basketball and tennis
courts, and playground. I l l
According to County
Engineer Dudley, a nature trail
will weave its way through the B
complex and run to Highway
19, He added that' the Florida A newly-installed walking
Department of Transportation the sports complex.


Association for the past two
fall seasons,
Last year, the demand for
the PSA's fall soccer season
prompted officials to start a
spring season, with the first
games commencing in March.
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trail makes its way through


New park to help Keaton parking problem


As thousands of tourists flock
to Taylor County every summer,
the parking lot at the Keaton
Beach boat ramp is quite often
overwhelmed.
The sight of trucks and
trailers lining the streets of
Keaton Beach, however, could
soon be part of the past after
the county closed the deal on 44
acres adjacent to the boat ramp
thanks to a $3 million state.land
acquisition grant.
The property consists
of approximately 24'acres
of uplands and 20 acres of
wetlands located directly across
CR 361 from the boat ramp
where the county road makes its
turn toward Steinhatchee.
The land will be used for


additional parking for the boat
ramp, as well as for recreational
facilities, including potential
volleyball courts, picnic
pavilions, nature trails and bird
watching towers. A portion of
the land will also be set aside
for conservation.
The Florida Communities
Trust (FCT) Program approved
the county's grant application
to acquire the property in
November 2007, The process
was delayed after the first two
state appraisals resulted in
widely different results. A third
appraisal was commissioned
and negotiations began with the
property owners, Keaton Beach
Partnership, LLC.
Once the owners agreed


to a selling price, the project
moved forward and the
property became the county's
on Monday, Dec. 29.
The selling price was $3
million, or approximately
$66,000 per acre. The county
contributed $34,000 with the
rest coming from the FCT.
The FCT program requires
the county to complete a 10-
year master plan on how it
will develop the property for
public use. According to Grants
Coordinator Melody Cox,
the improvements described
in the master plan will cost
approximately $800,000.
She said she is very confident
that the county will be able to
secure grants to cover most, if


not all, of those costs over the
next 10 years.
In March, the county
commission approved the
application for a $32,400
Florida Boating Improvement
Program grant for design only
funding for the parking lot at the
new property,
In late 2008, the county was
awarded a second FCT grant
to acquire the old Fish Market
property in Steinhatchee.
That project is in the appraisal
process.
Additionally, the county
is working with the Florida
Office of Grenways and Trails
to acquire approximately 16
acres adjacent to the Hampton
Springs park.


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Several organizations in
Taylor County offer a variety
of recreational opportunities for
both youngsters and adults.
The City of Perry Recreation
Department runs programs
year-round including youth flag
and tackle football as well as
baseball and softball leagues for


boys and girls, ages 5-18.
The city also offers adult
softball for both men and
women. The city operates
numerous ball fields and parks
throughout the community.
Hundreds of youngsters are
involved in the Perry Soccer,
Association's activities. Fall


and spring leagues are divided
by age groups starting with
four-year-olds. The volunteer
soccer organization plays at the
sports complex on U.S. 19 N.
Taylor County has an active
4-H program that offers a
variety of programs for kids
including summer camps.


New to the community is the
Upward Basketball League.
Some 90 youngsters participated
in the 2005 inaugural season.
More than 100 now participate.
The Boys & Girls Club
maintains a membership of
more than 500 and offers
programs year-round.


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* County, city parks provide

* year-round recreation


Escape the hustle and bustle
of a busy day by going green
and visiting one of several
public parks located throughout
Perry and Taylor County.
The City of Perry maintains
more than half-a-dozen parks,
including: City Park (on
Jefferson St.), Loughridge
Park, Gerald Walker Park,
Dreamland City Kiddie Park,


the Duck Pond/Veterans
Memorial Park, Folsom Park,
Baker Parker and Brence
Hendry Park.
Heritage Park is a passive
park with a walking path located
off Julia Street.
Forest Capital State Park
offers sheltered picnic areas and
a playground, adjacent to Forest
Capital State Museum.


In the county, look for
playgrounds at Southside Park
and the Taylor County Sports
Complex, as well a picnic
areas at Keaton Beach, Dark
Island, Hickory Mound Wildlife
Management Area and the
Steinhatchee Community Center.
Another long-standing
gathering place is Buckeye
Park, located on Highway 30.


Steinhatchee returns to its


roots with new 'fort' park


The Ft. Steinhatchee playground, shown above in a three-dimensional rendering,
will be located at the Steinhatchee Community Center, thanks to a $135,000 state
grant the county received from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.
Money from the grant will also be used to construct outdoor restrooms at the center
and improvements at the old bridge abutment across the street.


Steinhatchee will pay tribute
to its pioneer roots with the
construction of a new "fort"
at Steinhatchee Community
Center.
The county has received
nearly $200,000 in state and
federal grants for the Ft.
Steinhatchee Project, which
will fund playground equipment
and outdoor restrooms at the


community center, as well as
part of the money needed for
improvements at the old bridge
abutment across the street,
County Grants Coordinator
Melody Cox said.
The project will continue the
fort motif in the playground,
with fencing along the roadway
and the covered picnic
pavilion. Past the pavilion, the


abutment will remain open to
allow fishing, Cox said. At the
end, a lookout tower will be
constructed to give visitors a
view of the surrounding area.
Steinhatchee was one of
the first 30 communities in
the country to be selected by
the nonprofit organization
KABOOM! as a Playful City
USA.


Bluegrass, green trees... andblues, too


Music festivals draw thousands to Perry each year; Forest Festival still strong after 53 years


The changing of the seasons
is marked not by days on a
calendar, but by the festival
banners 'flying over Forest
Capital State Park.
For more .than 50 years,
Taylor County has celebrated
its distinction as "Tree Capital
of the South" -by hosting the;
annual Florida Forest Festival
every October.
In the past decade. however.
three new festivals have been
building a fanbase not onl\.
locally. but across the Southeast.


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Bluegrass is king the first
weekend of every April when-
Perr. is host to the Florida State
Bluegrass Festival.
Each year brings a bigger and
better line-up of artists making
headlines on the bluegrass scene
and 2009 is no different.
Rhonda Vincent, hailed as the
queen of bluegrass, returns to
the stage at Forest Capital Park
along %\ith her band The Rage.
Also sharing headlining honors
Is Valerne Smith, backed bN
Liberty Pike. Mountain Heart


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April 2-4 event.
Free music workshops and
on-site camping under the pines
has helped make this festival
one of the fastest growing
events in the south.
The festival was nominated
by the International Bluegrass
Music Association (IMBA) as
"Best Event" in 2006 and 2009
Three-day passes are $15 and
are available by contacting the
Perry/Taylor County Chamber
of Commerce at (850) 584-


International Bluegrass Music Association Award-winner Mountain Heart will be
among the bands performing at the seventh annual Florida State Bluegrass Festival in
April. Other bands scheduled to perform include Rhonda Vincent and the Rage, Valerie
Smith and Liberty Pike, and the Sawgrass Band. The event will also host the Florida
State Bluegrass Music Championship finals. In' September bluegrass returns with the
fourth annual Pickin' in the Pines Bluegrass for, Babies Festival, a benefit event for the
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during "Pickin' the Pines
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held each September to benefit
the March of Dimes.
This fund-raising event is
entering its fourth year and
continues to gain support.
Forestry is the talk of the
town in October, a month
dominated by Florida Forest
Festival events.
Taylor County's Junior Miss
is named during ceremonies
held the first weekend of
October, followed by the
crowning of the Little King and
Queen one week later. Both
events are forerunners to the
"big weekendd of the festival,
held every fourth Saturday in
October.
Festivities include the King
Tree Parade, World's Largest
Free Fish Fry, arts and crafts,
lumberjack show, heavy
equipment displays, antique
car show, carnival and live
entertainment.
For all the forestry facts,
contact the festival office by
calling (850) 584-TREE (8733).
Rounding out the calendar
year is the Southern Pines Blues
& BQQ Festival held the second
weekend in December.
The inaugural event boasted
an all-star line-up which
included blues greats Larry
McCray and Rocky Athas
performing alongside stars from
the BBQ world vying for the
Tri-State Triple Crown title in
a two-day event hosted by the
Florida BBQ Association.
Organizers say the second
festivals sure to outfire the first.
Ticket information is available
from the chamber (584-5366).


Downtown Perry 125 S JeHerson St. (cell) 850-838-9982
Mon.-Fri 10 am-6 pm, Sat 10 am-5 pm


Blues legend Larry McCray performed at the inaugural
Southern Pines Blues and Barbecue Festival in December
2008. Festival organizers said they are already planning
for this year's event, which will again host the Triple
Crown BBQ Championship.


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B-4 Progress 2009 March 27, 2009


Education: prior


number one


Education is priority one attitudes needed to become
for the Taylor County School contributing citizens.
District, which strives to More than 3,000 students
provide an equal opportunity attend public schools in Taylor
for all children to reach their County.
maximum potential and acquire "The district offers a
knowledge, skills, values and comprehensive curriculum that


meets the needs of all students.
'Education-Priority 1,' the
district's slogan, reminds us
that our primary responsibility
is to provide a quality education
that will enable each student
to reach his or her potential,"


Superintendent of Schools Paul
Dyal said.
On-line access to the district
is found at www.taylor.kl2.
fl.us/. District offices are located
in the Alton H. Wentworth
Administrative Complex at


Taylor County High School (TCHS) received a "B" for the first time since the state began grading schools. The
district made the state's honor for the second straight year with all schools in the district scoring a "B." TCHS also
ieeeived a technology grant to install smart boards in most classrooms, as well as digital cameras and projection
equipment.




School district makes honor



roll for second straight year


SDespite financial struggles,
the Taylor County School
District made the state .honor
roll for the second year in a row,


and Taylor County High School
scored a "B" grade for the'first
time.
"Our grade of 'B' is the direct


result of having a plan and
Working 'that plan. We'"have
consistently made gains of three
percent in reading, but this year
our hard work resulted in an
amazing gain of 10 percent in
reading and a 5 percent gain. in
math.
"I am most proud that our
scores .are-.above,state average
in all areas except science, and
even -there we increased three
percent. We are thrilled with
this grade and will continue to
work to challenge our students
and improve student learning in
all areas.
"I would like to thank our
students, faculty and staff for
their dedication to improving
student achievement at Taylor
County High School," said
TCHS Principal Michael
Thompson.
"When a school improves its
grade by two or more grades in
a single year, it's an indication
of significant achievement
in students' learning and in.
instructional delivery by the
teachers," said Director of
Instruction Wanda Kemp.
"This 'B' demonstrates the
determination of the students,
teachers, and administration
and staff to improve, and


I'm very,.very proud of them
all. Having our high school
make the honor roll list of
Florida's high schools is just
wonderful."
In fact, every school in the
district scored a "B" grade for
the 2007-08 year.
"Even though \we had a
slight dop at ildTor .l on ty
Elementary and Taylor County
Middle School from last.
year, the fact that there was
improvement in most grade
levels in both reading and math
and that at most grades student
achievement scores are at or
above state' level is indicative
of the continuous improvement
by our entire school district.,"
Kemp said.
"As a district we improved by
three percent in the number of
students meeting high standards
in reading and by four percent in
* students meeting high standards
in math."
"To have a 'B' high school
and all our other schools make
the honor roll list as well, is
any superintendent's goal," said
then Superintendent Oscar M.
Howard Jr.
"It shows the commitment to
continuous improvement that
exists in our district."


318 North Clark Street. New
enrollments may call (850) 838-
2500.
These schools and programs
are operated by the district:
Head Start is a federally-
funded early childhood
program that is "Touching
Futures Today." It offers a
developmentally appropriate
curriculum conducive to
active learning. Additionally,
comprehensive services are
provided in the areas of health,
nutrition, social services,.
parent in\ol~ement, mental
health, disabilities and a dental
program. Eric- Scolt is the
director, and the school's phone
number is (850) 838-2558.
Pre-K provides a
developmentally appropriate
program for children birth
through four years of age. The
program offers a stimulating,
safe environment for children
to explore through active
involvement, and their
curriculum is based on the:
Florida School Readiness
Performance Standards and.:
theme-related activities. Sharon
Hathcock is the coordinator, and
the school's phone number is
(850) 838-2535.
Perry Primary School:
Educating Taylor County's
children from kindergarten
through second grade, the
Perry Primary School family
is committed .to producing:
confident, self-directed learners
in a highl motivating, student-
centered environment that
nurtures children's natural
development. George Cla)ion
is the principal, and the School's
phone number is i850i 838-
2506.
2 Taylor County Elementhry
School: This is Taylor County's
newest school, housed in a state-
of-the-art campus and has been
rated by the state as an "A"
school.TCES combines the latest
in technology ith experienced.:
dedicated teachers to prepare its
students for a successful future.
Jan Walker is the principal, and
the school's phone number is
S(850) 838-2530 .
Steinhatchee School:
Students in kindergarten through
eighth grade who live: in, the
rural Steinhatchee community
are served by this school, which
received a "B" as.a school grade.
Steinhatchee School is home of


the Stingrays, and is committed
to providing a positive, safe and
orderly environment where all
students are empowered to be
lifelong learners. Sylvia Ivey is
the principal, and the school's
phone number is (352) 498-
3303.
Taylor County Middle
School: Recent recipients of
multiple large technology grants
and an "A" as a school grade,
TCMS is a school of which the
district is very proud. The school
motto is "All Students Can
Succeed!" and the staff works
hard to make this happen every
day. Kiki Puhl is the principal,
Sand the school's phone number
is (850) 838-2516.
r- nl


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Taylor County High
School TCHS is home of the
Bulldogs,Taylor County's pride
and joy. Preparing students
for the future by offering
challenging classes and dual-
enrollment courses through
a partnership with North
Florida Community College,
education is truly "Priority 1"
here. Michael Thompson is
*:the principal, and the school's
phone number is '(850), 838-
.2525*.
Taylor Technical Institute:
The school lives its motto
--"Deleloping TomorroVw's
:Workforce Through
Technology"--by using
technology to meet educational
needs that have been identified
by students, business, industry
and the community. The school
serves, primarily to prepare
prospecti' ,: empl9yees I. '
their chosen vocation by using
equipment, processes, and
techniques similar to those used
Sin business and industry. Ken
Olsen is the director, and the
school's phone number is 850-
838-2545.


Golf course offers challenges


With many recent
improvements. Perry Golf and
Country Club has become one
of the most challenging small
courses in North Florida.
Several years ago. the course
rebuilt all of 'its- greens to
United States Golf Association


scraping pines, grand-daddy
oaks and numerous second-
.growth trees. The course plays
to a challenging par 70 and
features three par fives, five par
threes and 10 par four holes.
The semi-private facility is
open year-round and guests .are


standards. welcome. The course is located
The well-bunkered. .ne%\ about five miles south of Perry
greens are not only beautiful. off U.S.98 west on Golf Course
they can be extremely Road.
challenging with numerous For ,more information, drop
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B-5 Progress 2009 March 27, 2009

Perryis


In addition to numerous residents, downtown Perry is home to City Hall (and the City Fire Department), the Perry Police Department, the
County Courthouse, the Taylor County Public Library, and many longstanding (and new) businesses. The chief street through downtown is
Jefferson Street (which is U.S. Highway 221, a route that begins in Perry and ends in Lynchburg, Va.)



Prescription discount card available to all
onrthertpresriptios.was"


In April 2008, Taylor Count)
announced it would' begin
offering a discount card program
to help residents cope w ih the
high price of prescription drugs.
The county signed a contract
to make free prescription
drug discount cards available
under a program sponsored by


Drugs, Andrews Drugs, CVS,
Kmart, Winn-Dixie and Wal-
Mart. A national network of
more than 57,000 participating'
retail pharmacies also will
,honor the cards.
"The NACo prescription
discount' ill offer significant
savings for the. uninsured and


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the- National Association of
Counties .(NACo) that offers
average savings of 20 percent
off the retailprice of commonly
prescribed drugs. The cards may
be used by all county residents,
regardless of age. income or
existing heath coverage.
According to County
Administrator Jack Brown,
seven local pharmacies will
accept' the cards: O'Quinns


underinsured residents of our
county, and even those fortunate
to have prescription coverage"
may use.the card to save money
on drugs that are not covered by
their health plan." Bro\ n said.
"Residents do not have to be
Medicare beneficiaries to be,
eligible for this program."
There will be no cost to
county taxpayers for NACo and
Taylor County to make: these


money-saving cards available to
residents.
Residents will be able to
pick up the cards at the County
Courthouse Annex, the Public
Library r and at the County
Extension office at Forest
Capital Hall..
"Using the NACo
prescription discount card
is easy," said Brown. "A
cardholder will simply present
it at a participating pharmacy.
There is no enrollment form,
no membership fee and no
restrictions or limits frequency
of use. Cardholders and their
family members may use the
card any time their prescriptions
are not covered by insurance."
cardholders also can save on
pet prescriptions at participating
retail pharmacies.
The program is administered
by Caremark Rx, Inc.
The NACo Board of
Directors made the Prescription
Drug Discount Card Program,
a\ ailable to all member counties
in May 2005, after a highly
successful launch in 2004 as
a 17-county pilot program
in partnership with' CVS/
Caremark. Inc., of Nashville,
Tenn.
More than 920 counties are
participating nationwide, with
hundreds of other counties
considering it.


According to NACo
Executive Director Larry E.
Naake, county leaders asked
what the national association
could do to really help their
residents deal with the high cost
of prescription drugs.
"We came to the conclusion
,that helping people save money


on their prescriptions was a
real benefit we could offer,"
Naake said. "After a committee
of county officials reviewed
proposals from several
companies, NACo entered into
a partnership with Caremark
to administer the program. It's
been a tremendous success."


S'


Residents able to access


county government

Taylor' 'Cunty'"' renOvated cosfilftrii T officer? '"' othe
its Web site in early 2009, and Since 2007, the Web site has will;
the government is embracing offered an interactive parcel Stor
technology to improve data map of the entire county. can
residents' access. The system allows anyone infor
Located at www. to access information about Coui
taylorcountygov.com, the site parcels which is normally W
includes various resources available on public tax rolls, Opei
including county commission including property owners and activ
meeting agendas and budgets, size. Using both line maps and hurri
minutes and supporting packets, aerial maps, visitors can overlay will
and recordings of past meetings. a number of "layers" over storr
Residents and others can the base map, including flood Re
also access information zones, storm surge levels; land for
about building permits and use categories, the coastal.high notif
regulations, code enforcement hazard area, watersheds and comn
and social services. Links wetlands, commission districts chan
are also available to other and voting precincts, or
county departments as well as In the event of a disaster or annc


online

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also offer the Taylor County
n Center, where citizens
view current emergency
mation related to Taylor
nty.
hen the Emergency
rations Center (EOC) is
'ated, such as during a
cane, county personnel
provide updates to the
n center online.
residents can sign up
e-mail or text message
ications of emergency
mission meetings and
ges to those meetings
other important
ouncements.


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6,400
A streamlined City Hall is
customer-focused, with a "one-
stop" payment center for utility
bills, energy bills and much
more.
City offices, located in the
heart of the historic downtown
district, also offer a central point
of contact for a variety business
and agricultural needs, ranging
from permitting to recreation
sign-up.
An estimated staff of 100
serves approximately 6,400
residents who live within the
city limits.
The city council has taken
the lead in being proactive
in developing infrastructure
upgrades, overseeing a multi-
million dollar sewer system
improvement project. Water and
natural gas resources stand ready
to handle greater demands in the
future, City Manager Bob Brown
said.
The city also fields a strong
recreation department, which
oversees little leagues, football
leagues and nearly a dozen
local parks.
The city is proactive
in cleaning up blighted
neighborhoods and areas, and
has implemented a new program
focusing on the Highway 19
main corridor.
The City of Perry also holds
the distinction of being a "Main
Street Community," having
received the designation in
1992.
The City has also been a
certified "Tree City USA" since
1991,designated by the Florida
Department of Agriculture &
Consumer Services.


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at public library


While the Taylor County
Public Library serves a
relatively small population, it
offers many of the same services
much larger facilities can.
The library offers a wide
selection of books, periodicals,
reference materials and DVDs.
Should the library not have the
item you are looking for, the
Interlibrary Loan Department
will try to find it at another
library.
In addition to offering free
Internet access to patrons, the
library also has a full-service
Web site, where anyone can
search the entire catalogue and
reserve books without leaving


home. To visit the Web site,
go to' www.taylorcountygov.
com and click on "Public
Library."
The library is also continuing
its Book-Mobile services, with
stops in Perry on Mondays and
in Steinhatchee on Wednesday.
The Friends of the Taylor
County Public Library, which
re-organized in 2006, is now
offering monthly programs on
the last Monday of each month
(excluding holidays) featuring
talks by local and regional
authors.
The library is located at 403
N. Washington St. and can be
reached at 850-838-3512.


Cool air
Forest Capital Hall has a new air conditioning and heating system, after years of planning and collecting money
through the county's bed tax. According to County Extension Agent Clay Olson, the project cost $345,000. The
Taylor County Commission approved an additional one-cent bed tax in 2005 to fund the project.

To learn, grow and have fun




Providing a safe place
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Taylor County doesn't just
have one positive place for
kids...its has three.
The local chapter of the-Boys
& Girls Club--recently renamed
the Boys & Girl Club of
North Central Florida to reflect
an expansion of services in
the Big Bend area--serves
nearly 600 students between
the ages 'of five and 17
annually.
The mission of the club is "to


inspire and enable all youth,
especially those who need
us most, to realize their full,
potential as responsible and
caring citizens."
The club works to accomplish
that mission by providing
members:
A safe place to learn, grow,
and have fun.
Ongoing relationships with
caring, adult professionals.
Life-enhancing programs


and character development
experiences.
Hope and opportunity.
The program currently serves
Taylor County youth at three
local units: Veteran's Park,
located at 918 North Washington
Street; Jerkins Branch, at 1201
Martin Luther King Avenue;
and the Steinhatchee Stingray
Unit, located at Steinhatchee
School.
Programs are offered in six


core service areas including
character and leadership
development; health and life
skills; the arts; sports, fitness
and recreation; education
and career development; and
technology.
During the summer months,
each site offers the USDA
Summer Food program in which
children are served a healthy
breakfast and lunch each day at
no cost to their families.


4-H is more than the sum of its letters


on ,, aTylor, ,Cpgty 4-H aims
"to help local youth through
leadership, opportunity and
example to build a better
community."
Coordinated by Taylor
County 4-H Extension Agent
Lori Wiggins, the program
has nearly a dozen clubs
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Agriculture
Clay Olson,-County Extension Director
(Agriculture, Natural Resources, Community Development)

Natural Resources
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Family & Consumer Sciences
Deborah Humphries, FCS Agent
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4-H Youth
SLori Wiggins, 4-H Coordinator
(plant and animal science,
environment education,
leadership & citizenship,
career exploration)
203 Forest Park Drive Perry, Florida 32348
850-838-3508 Fax 838-3546
http://taylor.ifas.ufl.erlu


service, ,. wildlife, ..Jfood
preparation and nutrition,
horses, science and robotics,
crafts, sewing, archery, hunter
safety, pellets and air rifles.
4-H has an active livestock
program and takes many of its
programs into the schools as
part of its "Ag in the Classroom"
mission.
Hundreds of local youth also


participate in summer camps
coordinated by 4-H.
To learn more, contact the
4-H office by calling 838-3508.
The Taylor County 4-H is
also on the Internet and can be
found at http://taylor.ifas.ufl.
edu/4h_home.shtml. The site
includes a list of local clubs
and their leaders, as well as a
monthly newsletter.


Remembering the sacrifices
The service and sacrifice rendered by Taylor County's
men and women for their country will never be forgotten
and a community's thanks has been written in stone.
Veterans Memorial Park, located on North Jefferson
Street, pays tribute to that service day in and day out.
Stately war monumentspersonalized block memorials,,
an eternal flame and a bubbling'fountain are hallmarks of
the park, which serves as a fitting backdrop for veteran-
related ceremonies throughout the year.


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fishing in the great outdoors,
Taylor County offers an
abundance of. opportunities
year-round.
From September to April
each year, hunters have ample
opportunity to track such big
game as whitetail deer and wild
hog as well as smaller game
like duck, quail, dove, rabbit,
squirrel and turkey.
More than 70,000 acres
are open to the public
for hunting each, year with
the proper permits. Large-
tract private hunting clubs also
seek members to join their
ranks.
Fishing, both fresh and
saltwater, entices anglers both
young and old.
The numerous lakes, rivers


and streams in taylor County
hold common species such as
largemouth bass, Suwannee
bass, bluegill shellcracker,
crappie and red bellys.
Fishing in the Gulf of Mexico ;
offers even a greater variety of -
species.
The most popular inshore
saltwater fish is by far .the !
speckled trout with redfish;
claiming a close second.
Near shore anglers can also
catch flounder, mullet, Spanish
mackerel, cobia, jack cravelle,
sailcat, pompano and an
occasional tarpon.
Offshore anglers like to target'
gag grouper but also frequently
harvest red grouper, amberjack,
king mackerel, dauphin, red
snapper, shark, pinkmouths,
sheepshead and barracuda.


Scallop: tasty treat


however you say it


Nice catch!
A happy Taylor County angler shows
found near the shoreline are flounder,
occasional tarpbn.


off a typical redfish that can be caught along the local coast. Other fish
mullet, Spanish mackerel, cobia, jack cravelle, sailcat, pompano and an


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kind of vacation? Tired of the of Commerce, recommends the
monotonous highway drives? community's "three picturesque
Tourist brochures are urging fishing villages, all filled with
travelers to drive "The Loop" friendly faces and interesting
wh"e~(i9uins lwpagegi TaI t e o^ le 'ernunornm -Isv.o ,..(?J
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longest undeveloped coastline, the night in a quaint cabin, rustic
The brochure, available at the fish camp, a modem motel or


fashionable resort. Dine on the
freshest seafood money can buy
at one of our many fine local
restaurants.
Treat yourself to a little
salt-water fishing, paddle
the Steinhatchfee River or
Dallus Creek, kayak miles of
undeveloped coastline on the Big


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Bend Saltwater Paddling Trail,
view scores of rare bird species,
hike or bike a trail, or just relax
and enjoy the quiet serenity of
a sleepy fishing village. The
experience will create moments'
that will last a lifetime.
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While arguments persist over
just how you're supposed to
pronounce\the word "scallop,"
there is no debate that the gulf'
delicacies attract thousands of
people to Taylor County's coast
each year for Mother Nature's
Easter egg hunt.
The bay scallop season opens
July 1 and runs through Sept.
10, and the mollusks can be
found along the coast, including
at Keaton Beach, Hagen's Cove
and Steinhatchee.
The only items needed for a
full day of scalloping are aboat,
a 'norkel and mask, a mesh bag.
a diver's flag and a recreational
saltwater fishing license.


According to the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission, recreational
harvesters are limited to two
gallons of whole bay scallops
in the shell, or one pint of bay!
scallop meat, per day during the
open season.
In addition, recreational:
scallopers may possess no more
than 10 gallons of whole bay
scallops in the shell, or gallon
of bay scallop meat, aboard any -
vessel at any time.
Bay scallops may be
harvested only by hand or with
a landing or dip net. The) may
not be harvested for commercial
purposes.


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j "The Loop" guides travelers
fioni the shops of downtown
Perry and Forest Capital
Museum, to Keaton Beach
for camping, boating and
recreation, then to Hagen's
Cove where, picnicking and
galloping dominate. Next on
the loop is Steinhatchee for
rore fishing, birdwatching or
diving, resorts and restaurants.
: Also featured are the Aucilla
R; iver, Blue Springs Lake, the
Econfina River and Spring
Warrior.


Landing

Spgradeda

I Bowden Landing on the
Aucilla River received a
takeoverr in March, thanks
: a state grant secured by the
Sdounty.
SThe improvements include
Snew: floating ramp and dock,
as well as a new parking lot, Pathwa
sidewalks and picnic tables.
; The landing is located near Boasting a
PIwy. 98 on Aucilla Landing the annual
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a pier, picnic shelters and playground, Hodges Park at Keaton Beach is an inviting destination for families. The park is also home to
'Scallop Swing" and Seagull Easter Egg Hunt as well as one of Santa's first stops when he leaves his sleigh behind and travels by
wn above, the main canal runs from the public boat ramp, past the pier and out into the Gulf of Mexico.


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SFor more than a decade,
Skeep Taylor County Beautiful
has worked with its friends
and neighbors to improve
this community as well as the-
e environment.
"Since our beginning
;in 1998, \ve have not only
Siemoved thousands of pounds
of litter and planted an untold
umber of trees, flowers and
gardens, we have also instilled


SiHistory reborn
SThe famed Hotel
fampton stood in the
Siiilds 'of Taylor County
from 1908 until it burned
in 1954. Now, in its place
s-a- extensive equestrian
rnd historical park
porting trails following
he route of the former
iotel's golf course.


a sense of environmentalism
in generations of children and
adults," said Dawn Taylor, who
serves as director of the local
beautification group. Then she
reminds current and prospective
volunteers, "Green Starts
Here."
"Green Starts Here" at
the side of a highway or the
abandoned building lot, or the
community garden or any of
the thousands of sites across the
country, and this county, where
volunteers work to improve the
community.
.Grepn Starts Here," but it is
felt and seen everywhere. Great
American Clean-up events
orchestrated each year are
often the first eco-volunteerism
exposure that children and
families experience.
"Our volunteers have told us
that seeing these individuals
and families working together
is overwhelming, and has
been their individual spark
tot continue when .the ,Great
American Cleanup is long over.
We've seen i multiply over the
years."
While reminding friends and
neighbors that "Green Starts
Here," Taylor adds that the
impact we have goes beyond
our town borders.
For more information about
how you can help, please call
the KTCB office at 850-584-
5366.


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Taylor County is home to one of the State
of Florida's Enterprise Zones. Businesses
and property owners located within the non-
contiguous 20 square mile Enterprise Zone
will be eligible for financial incentives offered
by the state. Taylor County government is
progressive enough to have adopted a local
economic development ordinance, so you are
not left standing on just one leg.


The location of your business within the
enterprise zone of Taylor County will
have a positive impact on your company's
ability to improve profits. After all, we
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A/C Sales & Service
Advanced Refrigeration & A/C
Mr. Michael Jolley
PO Box 716
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-3626
Accountant & Tax Service
James V. Blume Jr., CPA
Mr. James V. Blume Jr.
602 S. Jefferson Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-4460
Waters & Co., PA.
Mr. M.N. Waters
RO. Box 1344
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-7438
H& R Block
Mr. Byrum Whitfield


RO. Box 643
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-3617
Advertising
Lamar Advertising
Mr. Loyd Childeree
4706 Capital Circle SW
Tallahassee, FL 32310
850-877-4184
Agricultural
Gunter's Seafood Express
Mr, Chris Gunter
PO Box 976
Perry, FL 32348
850-223-1745
Air Conditioning
Lee Heating & A/C
Mr, Alvin Lee Jr.
3495 Boyd Rd.


Perry, FL 32347
850-584-6207
McGuire Heating & A/C
Mr. Walter McGuire
3480 Carlton Rd.
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-6787
Air Medical Transport
Air Methods Corporation
Mr. Marty Tompkins
3841'Sarahs Lane
Perry, FL 32347
850-295-1117
Aluminum Products
Ezell Industries, Inc.
Mr. Danny Ezell
15030 Beach Road
Perry, Florida 32348
850-578-2558


RDS Manufacturing
Mr. Jody Roberts
PO Box 1908
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-6898
Aluminum Products/Marine
Gulf Coast Fabricators
Mr, Fred Morgan Jr.
3482 Hwy 19 South
Perry, FL 32348
850-584,5979
Animal Rescue Non-Profit
Subway Dixon Rescue Fund
Ms. Mary Lou Dixon
3364 Foley Cut Off Rd,
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-2944
Apartments
Prevatt's Wayside Apartments


Ms. Mary Ann Prevatt
200 W, Florida St.
Perry, FL 32347
850-371-2160
Southern Villa/Woodridge Apt.
Manager
709 West Church Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-8111
Architecture
Barry A. Wilson AIA
Mr. Barry Wilson
RO. Box 530
Shady Grove, FL 32357
850-584-9264
Attorneys
Attorney at Law
Mr. Conrad Bishop
411 N. Washington Street


Perry, FL 32347
850-584-6113
G. Cline Moore, Attorney at Law
Mr. Cline Moore
316 West Green Street
Perry, Florida 32347
850-584-3300
Blue & Byers, PLLC
Mr. Bill Blue
115 W. Bay St.
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-3111
Smith & Smith
Mr. Michael Smith
RO. Box 579
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-3812
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it doesn't get too big for its riches. We
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Mr. Lee Bennett
1620 S. Byron Butler Pkwy.
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-5434
Mauldin's Collision Clinic
Mr. Rhett Mauldin
118 East Center Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-7512
Phat Boyz Auto Paint & Body
Mr. Tim Monroe
1302 N. Jefferson Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-5422
Auto Repair
Keith's Auto Repair
Keith Wynn
3559 Freeman Courtney Rd.
Perry, FL 32347
223-3966
Auto Restoration-Antique
Motorvations FL
Mr. Lloyd Chute
806 Industrial Park Drive
Perry, FL 32348
850-838-1168
Auto Sales
Gulf Coast Auto Wholesale, Inc.
Mr. Tony Brown
2195 S. Byron Butler Pkwy.
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-9838
Tallahassee Dodge Chrysler Jeep
Mr. Pete Barnett
3987 W. Tennessee Street
Tallahassee, Florida 32304
850-576-4111'
Auto Sales/Service
Thomas Chevrolet
Mr. Cal Thomas
RO. Box 415
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-6221
Timberland Ford
Mr. Brett Falicon
2441 S. Byron Butler Pkwy.
Perry, FL 32348
850-223-0030
Auto Sales-Used Cars
Auto Trading Post
Mr. James Box
1649 S. Byron Butler Pkwy
Perry, FL 32348
850-838-1112
Auto Supply
NAPA Auto Parts
Mr. Billy Grant
RO. Box 580 S -et
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-2118
Banking Institution
Capital City Bank
Ms. Angela Wilson
115 W. Green Street .
Perry, FL 32347
8.50-584-2057
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Mr. Roger Brooks
P0O. Box 1247
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-4411
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Ms. Amy Cooper
200 West Main St.
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-0701
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Perry Barber Shop
Mrs. Hiller
2057 Byron Butler Pkwy. Suite 6
Perry, FL 32347
850-838-9393
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Mr. Charles Sanders
2324 West US Hwy. 98
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-7571
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Panhandle Vacation Rentals
HomeAway
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158 Jewell Drive
Brandon, MS 39042
601-825-9885
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158 Jewell Dr.
Brandon, MS 39042
601-826-9885
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Summer Sands Rental
Rick & Irene Stokes
71 Kingfisher Rd
Perry, FL 32348
850-578-2240
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Mr. Hank Brady
2050 Maryland Circle
Tallahassee, FL 32303
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Perry, FL 32347
850-584-9533
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Jim Hartman's Forge
Jim Hartman
1307 Houck Rd


Perry, FL 32348
850-584-7603
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SJacks Boats & Trailers
J Mr. Waymond Carroll
449 US 19 North
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Mr. Fred Morgan, Jr.
3482 Hwy. 19 South
Perry, FL 32348
850-584--5977
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Book Mart
Ms. Polly Waller
1708 Byron Butler Pkwy.
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-4969 ,
Building Contractor
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Mr. Karl Weiss
RO. Box 780
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-5515
Building Supplies
Cashway Building Products
Mr. Bud Helms
RO. Box 678,
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-3519
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Gayle Lee
6112 NW 111th Place
Alachua, FL 32615
386-418-0468
Business Journal Publication
Business Matters
Mr. Jay Horton
PO Box 990
Tallahassee, FL 32302-0990
850-671-6529
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Trusteria.com
Mr. Michael Campbell
PO Box 13116
Tallahassee, FL 32308
850-8771-8885
Cable Television
Comcast Cablevision
Manager
217 East Green Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-4249
Campground
Steinhatchee Outpost
Ms. Georgia Keen
24131 US 19 South


Steinhatchee, FL 32359
352-498-1180
Nature Coast RV Resort
Mr. Anthony Tocco
4802 SW 358
Steinhatchee, FL 32359
352-498-7344
KOA Campground
Ms. Terri Glennon
3641 Hwy. 19S.
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-3221
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Ms. Lynn Aiberjeris
20771 Keaton Beach Drive
Perry, FL 32348
850-578-2484
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Russell Christie
16359 W. River Rd.
Ingles, FL 34449
352-447-6281
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Town & Country Camper Lodge
Ms. Nancy Barnhart
2785 Highway 19 South c/o 31
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-3095
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Creative Cabinetry, LLC
Mr. Patrick Floyd
710 West Veterans Drive
Perry, FL 32347
850-843-4162
Carpet Cleaning
Tree Capital Cleaning
Mr. Don Hines
2305 A.V Brannon Rd.
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-2532
Carpet-Moving
J.M. Carpet
Mr. James Musselwhite
203 East Drew Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-3776
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Made to Order Catering Service
Mr. Thomas F. Matheny, Sr.
5806 N.E. Colin Kelly Hwy.
Madison, FL 3234Q
850-973-2589
Cell Phone Sales & Service
Sun City Communications Inc.


Ms. Barbara Weeks
1708 S. Byron Butler Pkwy.
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-8655
Cellulose/Pulp Mill
Buckeye Florida
Mr. Dan Simmons
One Buckeye Way
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-0128
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Ms. Barbara Radcliff
530 S. Jefferson Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-2727
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Monticello Chamber of Commerce
Ms. Mary Frances Drawdy
420 West Washington Street
Monticello, FL 32344
,850-997-5552
Tallahassee Area Chamber of
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Ms. Barbra Boutin
PO Box 1639
Tallahassee, FL 32302
850-224-8116
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Bull Red Charters, LLC
Mr. Bry Martin
2085 Sam Poppell N
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-3067
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Terry Joyner
RO. Box 881
Steinhatchee, FL 32359
352-498-2349
Pepperfish Key Charters
Captain Steve Kroll
RO. Box 752
Steinhatchee FL 32359
352-222-4085
Something Fishy Charters
Capt. Bob Erdman
PO Box 814
Steinhatchee, FL 32359
352-356-2554
Big Bend Charters.
Mr. Brian Smith
0 Box 513
Steinhatchee, FL 32359
352-498-3703
Child Health/Planning
Healthy Start Coalition
Mr. George Hinchliffe
RO. Box 568
Greenville, FL 32331
850-948-2741
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Christopher's Creative Designs
Mr. Christopher James
301 N. Jefferson Street
Perry, FL 32347
877-331-4500


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Charity Baptist Church
Mr. Jon Edmisten
PO Box 215
Perry, Florida 32348
850-672-0985
Evangel Christian Fellowship
Pastor Justin Webb
1454 Courtney Road
Perry, FL 32347
850-838-3222
Word of Truth Tabernacle
Mr. John Johns
3379 US Highway 221 North
Perry, FL 32347
850-223-1466
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Girl Scouts of Apalachee Bend
Ms. Diane Potter
250 Pinewood Drive
Tallahassee, FL 32303
850-386-2131
Perry Woman's Club
President Jessica Turnmire
RO. Box 711
,Perry, FL 32348
850-584-2626
Rotary Club
Ms. Dawn Gunter
RO. Box 872
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-3812
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R.W. Meissner & Associates
Ms. Angie Gibson
216 W. Main St.
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-3887
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Jim Hopkins -
Mr. C.E Jim Hopkins
PO Box 651
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-4455
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Clothesline
Mr. David Lachter
1369 East Lafayette St.
Tallahassee, FL 32301
850-877-9171
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The Fair Store
Mr. H.S. Glickman
RO. Box 485
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-2247
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Big Top Manufacturing
Mr. Jeff Merschman
3255 N. US 19
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-7786
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Fairpoint Communications
Mr. Randy Newman


PO. Box 1120
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-2211
Computer Programs
askSam Systems
Mr. Wade Goodman
RO. Box 1428
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-6590
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Florida Rock Industries, Inc
Mr. Tom Kelly
.2039 Red Padgett Rd
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-5050
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Regional Concrete, Inc.
Mr. Jason Padgett
2173 Hwy. 19 North
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-4010
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Pelican Point
Mr. Jim Hunt
RO. Box 983
Steinhatchee, FL 32359
352-498-7427
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BRAE, Inc.
Ms. Jenna Tyre
PO Box 277
Mayo, FL 32066
386-294-2210
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MA Massey Construction, Inc.
Mr. Mark Massey
12640 Josh Ezell Grade
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-9207
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Joey Carlton, LLC
Mr. Joey Carlton
3310 Carlton Rd.
Perry, FL 32348
850-223-1514
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Mr. Mike Hauser
2525 Boyd Road
Perry, FL 32347
850-223-1440
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Michael Lynn, Inc.
Mr. Michael Lynn
RO. Box 813
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-9035
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Graves Drive Inn
Mr. David T. Pate
RO. Box 1886
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-3669
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Lake City, FL 32025 Preserve at Lindsey Island
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Perry, FL 32347 American Red Cross
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Tallahassee, FL 32309 Main Street Perry, Inc.
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Credit Union PO Box 2002
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1825 S. Jefferson St. Dry Cleaning
Perry, FL 12348 Town & Country Cleaners
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Tree Capital Credit Union 124 S. Washington St.
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1402 S. Jefferson Street 850-584-3981
Perry, FL 32347 Eagles Nest
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Big Bend Crime Stoppers 5960 Potts Still Road
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PO Box 938 850-584-7666
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Bassett's Dairy 2400 SW 13th St .
Mr. Jim Bassett Gainesville, FL 32608
RO. Box 540 352-335-4000
Perry, FL 32348 Education
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Dance Lessons Ms. Patricia Hinson
Dance Workshop 325 NW Turner Davis Drive
Ms. Lisa Arrowood Madison, FL 32340
210 E. Main Street 850-973-1613
Perry, Florida 32347 Educational Association
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Daycare Center Mr. Paul Burdette
Happytime Kindergarten 2655 Capital Circle NE Suite 7
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1012 N. Washington St. 850-942-0671
Perry, FL 32347 Education-Early Childhood
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We The People Debt Free 520 E. Lafayette St.
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21502 Osprey Road 850-838-2558
Perry, FL 32348 Electric/Power Service
850-843-2877 Tri County Electric Cooperative
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Taylor Dental Clinic PO Box 208
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1709 S. Jefferson Street 850-584-4639
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Mr. James Ross
2229 Red Oak Rd.
Perry, FL 32348
850-578-2099
Electronics
Ketring Power Technologies
Mr. Ward Ketring.
PO Box 1486
Perry, Fl. 32348
850-584-2823
Employment Center
North FL Workforce Development
Ms. Suzan Bain
200 W. Base Street 2nd Floor
Madison, FL 32340
850-973-9675
Events/Special Occasions/
Weddings
Events
Ms. Caroline Barclay
1723 S. Jefferson Street
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-3232
Extinguisher Sales & Service
Perry Fire Extinguisher Co.
James L. Fletcher
RO. Box 105
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-7507
Eye Doctor
Accent Eye Care
Dr. Michael A. Walby
404 East Ash Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-2200
Farm/Real Estate
Nature Coast, Inc.
Mr. Keith Rowell
RO. Box 661
Shady Grove, FL 32357
850-838-5900 o
Fast Food Restaurant
McDonalds
Ms. Nancy.Johnson
2132 S. Byron Butler Pkwy.
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-4243
Hardees Restaurant
P0 -s. Felen [I IMullern .
2046 S ~yr;'r Bufl;er i wy
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-6714
Feed & Garden Supplies
Hicks Feed & Garden
Mr. Marshall Hicks
1114 S. Jefferson St.
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-2068
Finance Company
Citifinancial :'.
Mrs. Lynn Bennett
1922 S. Jefferson St..Suite G
Perry, FL 323.47
850-584-6143
Fishing Charter
Scales N Tales
Mr. Rick Moseley
15619 Pompano Place
Perry, FL 32348
850-578-2627
Fishing Guide
One More Cast
Mr. Pat McGriff
200 Kate Drive
Perry, FL 32348
S850-584-9145.
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Curves of Perry
Ms. Babs Barton


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Perry, FL 32347
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Perry Flea Market
Mr. & Mrs. John Peterson
3609 S. Byron Butler Pkwy.
Perry, FL 32348
850-838-1422
Floor Covering
Heavenly Floors
Ms. Vicki Hatton
115 East Green Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-838-3852
Flooring Installation
Coast Company Flooring, LLC
Mr. Leon Desourcy
217 Ellison Frith Rd.
Perry, FL 32347
850-843-3351
Florist
Zeigler's Florists
Ms. Rachael Maddox
402 N. Jefferson St.
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-3921
Forestry Consulting
Timberland Mangement
Mr. John Green
PO Box 165
Salem, FL 32356
352-498-5200
Forestry Services
Forestry Company
Mr. Don Curtis
502 W. Green Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-8887
Foster Kids Program
Tri-County Foster Parents Assoc.
Mr. Tommy Wilson
2409 US 98 West
Perry, FL 32347
850-838-2815
Fraternal Organization
Perry Elks Club
Mr. Charles Joyal
PO Box 986
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Beggs Funeral Home
Mr. Joe Rodgers
201 West Main Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-838-2929
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Mr. Tommy Murrow
1400 Johnson Stripling Rd.
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-4149
Furniture Sales
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Mr. Pete Fortner
1225 South Jefferson Street
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-5891
Jackson's Furniture
Mr. Tom Jackson
1405 S. Jefferson St.
Perry, FL 32347
850-584 4543
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Jeff Howes Overhead Door Service
Mr. Jeffery Hcwes
2037 Turkey Oak Rd.
Perry, FL 32348
850-578-2750
Gas & Grill
221 Gas & Grill
Mr. Rinkesh Patel
3525 Hwy. 221 North
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-9221
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Perry, Florida 32347
850-223-2007
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Mr. Don R. Everett, Sr.
2715 S. Byron Butler Pkwy.
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-6666
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Perry, FL 32347
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108 West Green Street
Perry, Florida 32347
850-584-4438
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Perry Drapery & Gift Shop
Ms. Vergie Andrews
103 North Jefferson Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-6818
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Mr. Dan Schapper
PO Box 181090
Tallahassee, FL 32318
850-838-2941
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Bennett's Glass Co.
Ms. Dee Ann Bennett
RO. Box 551
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-5212
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Perry Golf & Country Club
Mr. Bill Calhoun
RO. Box 908
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-3590
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Perry, FL 32347
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2057 S. Byron Butler Pkwy
Perry, FL 32347
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505 East Spring Place
Perry, FL 32347
850-838-2634
Hair Salon, Total Body Care
His, Hers & Ours Hair Salon
Nicole Ratliff
102 West Cedar
Perry, FL. 32347
850-584-8889
Hardware Store
P.agans Ace Hardware
M; Keith Ragans
U,05 S. Jefferson St.
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-2411
Steinhatchee Ace Hardware
Mr. Howard & Joyce Hart
pn Box 101
Steir'iatchee, FL 32359
3r 2-498-7269
Health & Wellness--Suddenly
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First Fitness
Ms. Diane Miller
RO. Box 65
Perry, FL 32348
1-877-410-7818
Health Organization
American Cancer Society
Ms. Nancy Floyd Richardson
241 John Knox Rd. Suite 100
fallahassee, FL 32303
850-297-0588
Health-Fitness-Tanning'
New Dimensions Health & Fitness
Ms. Linda Gunter
305 West Green Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-223-5000
Hearing Aids
Beltone Hearing Care
Mr. Bernie Spahalski
100 Plantation Rd..
Perry, FL 32348
850-838-3000
Heavy Equip. Sales/Service
Ring Power Corporation
Mr. Mal Green
2920 S. Byron Butler Pkwy.
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-2800,
Heavy Equipment Sales
Flint Equipment Cpmpary
' Mr. Jacky Winters. : ..
RO. Box 1427
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-9200
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118 West Main St
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-6012,
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919 S. J. Tom Moore Ave.'
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-4284
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Mr. Mark Southerland
803 W. Main Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-6021
Home Health
Regional Therapy Services, Inc.
Ms. Brandy Sheppard
301 S. Jefferson St.
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-4006
Home Health/Medical
Home Respiratory Solutions Inc.
Mr. John Cocke
2057 S. Byron Butler Pkwy Suite 5
Perry, FI 32348
850-584-7378
Home Improvement
Sherwin Williams Company
Mr. Dana Markey
2044 S; Jefferson Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-6514
Home Inspection
Gross Home Inspection Services
Mr. Montray Gross .
205 Cypress Rd.
Perry, FL 32348
850-728-3986
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Mr. David Lindsey
19595 Jody Morgan Rd.
Perry, FL 32348
850-578-2315
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Wells Homecare Inc.
Mr. John Wells
1300 N. Jefferson Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-3992,
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Big Bend Hospice
Ms. Michelle Brantley
107 East Green;.treet
Perry, FL 32347
850-878-5310
Covenant Hospice
Mr. Steve Campbell
1545 Raymond Diehl Rd. Suite
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Tallahassee, FL 32308
850-575-4998
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Mr. Sharon Roush
2626 Capital Medical Blvd.
Tallahassee, FL 32308
850-656-5000
Hotel
Hampton Inn of Perry
Ms. Melissa Freeman
2399 S. Byron Butler Pkwy.
Perry,, FL 3234-
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Pre-Paid Legal
Mr. James Clark


8020 N. Airport Grade
Perry, FL 32348
850-672-0183
Indian Tribe
Muskogee Creek Indian Tribe East
Mr. Louis Parker
4686 Woods Creek Road
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-6718
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Deidra McRory Newman
1008 E. Margurite St
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-8733
Ms. Pam Feagle
405 Bishop Blvd
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-3681
Leland & Brenda Carlton
7055 Puckett Rd
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-7454
Mr. Calvin Cone
PO Box 798
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-7058
Mr. Dennis Roberts-Public
Defender
RO. Box 1209
Lake City, FL 32056
386-758-0540
Mr. Henry R Davis
1100 East Julia Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-3643
Mr. Thomas Demps
213 West Walnut St.
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-5596
Ms. Margie Summerlin
3608 Azalea Dr.
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-5729
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2225 Shiloh Church Rd.
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-8445
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107 Osceola Road
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-2745
Mr. Jack Tedder
RO. Box 30
Perry, FL 32348
850-838-3517
Mr. Eldon aje.r, ,,,, :
RO. Bpxm 936, -, ,, .. .- n
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-4224
Ms. Laura E Mock
RO. Box 1003
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-7181
Mr. Randy Trammell
RO. Box 682
Perry, FL 32348
850-371-0001
Sheriff'"Bummy" Williams
5109 Puckett Rd
Perry, FL"'32348
85Q-,584-5833
Ms. Alma Walker
105 Seminole Rd.


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Perry, FL '32348
850-584-5004
Mr. Morris Steen
PO Box 604
Shady Grove, FL 32357
850-584-6947
Individual Member -
Accountant
Mr. Greg Robinson/Account Exec.
1282 Timberlane Road
Tallahassee, FL 32312
850-668-9,988
Industrial & Construction
Supplies
Fastenal Company
Mr. Jonathan Lego
2716 S. Byron Butler Pkwy
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-2663
Insurance
AIG
Mr. Filippo Perata
18530 Bambi Court
Perry, FL 32348
. 850-578-2933
Colonial Supplemental Insurance
Becky Porter-Yawn
PO Box 366
Crawfordville, FL 32326
850-962-2600
Insurance Agent
Swann Insurance Agency
Mr. Earl Swann
105 1/2 N. Jefferson Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-5800
Insurance Sales
Perry Insurance Agency
Mr. Mark Pelt
1000-A S. Jefferson Street'
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-5188
State Farm Ins./Jim Tedder
Mr. Jim Tedder
RO. Box 1028
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-7732
State Farm Insurance-Ina Padgett
Mrs. Ina Padgett
211 East Green Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-6767
Insurance-Life/Health
Woodmen of the World
Mr. Jesse D. Goodson
313 Hoffman Drive
Tallahassee, FL 32312
850-321-2000
Internet & Web Marketing
Magnetic Marketing, Inc.
Mr. Sid Baker
124 Howard Street
Live Oak, FL 32064
386-330-0262
Internet Services
Gulf Internet
Mr. Wade Goodman
PO. Box 1428
Perry, FL 32e"8"(noo .w r
850-584-6590
Investments
Capital City Banc Investments
Mr Larry DiPietro
1801 Apalachee Pkwy.
Tallahassee, Florida 32301
850-402-8028
Janitorial Service
SuperGlo Cleaning Services, Inc.
Mr. Terry Lee
437 SE 47th Terrace ; .,
Gaineville, FL 32641
352-373-3389
Jewelry Retail -
Mitch's Gold & Diamonds, Inc.
Mr. Scott Wood


1916 S. Jefferson Street
Perry, Florida 32348
850-584-5200
Jewelry Store
Anthony's Fine Jewelry &
Gemstones
Mr. Tony Hodge
15190 East Royal Oak Drive
Perry, FL 32348 .
850-584-7020
Land Clearing, Land Fill
Tree Capital Land Development,
Inc.
Mrs. Cynthia M. Hunt
PO Box 913
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-2951
Land Surveying
Delta Land Surveyors, Inc.
Mr. Lawrence Rowell, PSM
114 A W. Green St.
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-2849
M.H. Ratliff Land Surveying
Mr. Buster Ratliff
2998 Golf Course Rd.
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-7070
Landscaping
Springhill Nursery
Mr. Randy Hathcock
446 Springhill Road
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-3435
Lawncare-Landscaping
Kerry Puhl Lawnworks
Mr. Kerry Puhl
PO Box 566
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-4084
Locksmith
Dennis Locksmith Service
Mr. Kenneth Dennis
P.O. Box 1891
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-7327
Logging
Boland Timber
Mr. Jeffery Boland
3616 US Hwy. 19 South
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-5270
Consolidated Forest Products
Mr. Art Gilpin
320 Millinor Road
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-8422
Williams Timber
Mr. Fred Williams
215 Sunset Lane
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-2760
Logging Company
M. A. Rigoni Inc.
Mr. Gary Brett
2365 U.S. 19 North
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-7030 '

Roberts Lumber Company
Mr. Alan Roberts
PO Box 1601
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-4573
Lumber Mill
Gilman Building Products
Mr. Andy Roberts
RO. Box 1727
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-3401
Maintance, Hardware Supplier
TIFCO Industries
Mr. Dwayne Koeller
1270 Shiloh Cemetry Rd
Perry, FL 32347


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* Passenger cars
* Imported cars'
* Trucks
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* Small engines
* Outboard motors
* Tools & mechanics supplies
* Machine shop service


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Office:, 530 E. Ash Street


Burns Monument

& Vault Company
530 East Ash Street Perry, Florida 32347

(850) 584-8106 or (888) 584-8106

Dorothy H. Burns, President
Barbara Jo6Burns,' ecretary/Treasurer
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Air Compressors Drills Ladders .IP 209 W. Green St., Perry
SAir Tools Earth Moving Lawn & Garden 85 584 5515
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Meeting your Hair and Nail Care

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Perms Color* Waxing Hi-Lites Haircuts Ear Piercing Pedicures Gift Certificates

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Manufactured Homes
Ironwood Homes
Mr. Robby Edwards
3483 Hwy. 19 SouLh
Perry, FL 32348
850-838-9090
Manufacturing
Energy Technical Systems, Inc.
Ms. Elaine Stanton
PO Box 714
Perry, FL 32348
850-223-2393
T & R Marine
Mr. Troy Thompson
3309 East US Hwy 27
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-5109
Marina & Motel
Gulf Stream Marina
Manager
PO Box 73
Steinhatchee, FL 32359
352-498-2089
Marina & Motel
Keaton Beach Marina
Mr. Jerry Cawthon
20650 Keaton Beach Dr.
Perry, FL 32348
850-578-2897
Sea Hag Marina
Ms. Danielle Norwood
PO Box 928
Steinhatchee, FL 32359
352-498-3008
Mediation Services
Florida Arbritration & Mediation
Services
Mr. Bill Blue
115 West Bay Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-3111
Medical Equipment
Rotech Oxygen & Medical
Equipment
Ms. Beth McElveen
115 B. East Drew St.
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-6611
Medical Practice
North FL Medical Centers, Inc.
Ms. Jan Parker
1709 S. Jefferson Street
Perry, FL 32348
850-838-2030
Medical Supplies
Option Care of Perry
Mr. Bud Manning
433 N. Byron Butler Pkwy.
Perry, FL 32347
850-838-1005
Metal Products Manufacturing
United Welding Services
Mr. Shelton Davis
606 Industrial Park Drive
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-3448
Metal Sheeting/Roofing
Agner Metal WorkIfCtQ!"1'-"'
Mr. Billy Agner
2450 W. Fair Road
Perry, Florida 32347
850-584-8009
Mini Storage Facility &
Fishing/Diving Excursions
Nature Coast Storage & Jolly
Rogers II
Patty Zurbrick
PO Box 808
Steinhatchee, Fl. 32359
352-498-2371
Mining & Construction
Martin Marietta Materials
Mr. Mike Carroll
22550 Nutall Rise Road


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Monument Company
Burns 1- monument Company
'-is Barbaia Burns
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Motel
Amer ca's Best VJ:lue Inn
A.Ir (hinian Patel
.22: S B,,ron Butler Pklwy
jerry FL 32348
.50-5 4-4221
Best Budget Inn
'-lr iandu Patelt
2220 S B/ron Buller Pkwy.
,iry, FL 3234,S
850-564-6231
Chapparal Inn
Mr. Jeff Patel
2 159 5. Byron Butler Pkwy
Ferry. FL 32348
.850-584-2441
Days Inn I lotel
Mr. Sam Bha-'ta
2277 S. Byron Buller Pkwy
Perry. FL ?.2348
850-5S34-531 i
Candy -lotor Lo-dge
Mr Kirit Patel
223':, S Byron Butler Pkwy
Perr., FL 32?48
850-534-49147
P.:,yal Inn Mlotel
Mr. Vipul Patel
1329 S Byron Buller Pkwy
Perry., FL 32?.4S
850-584- 565
S ,1lar 1l Motel
Mr. ladhukhaia II. Patel
1- north Byron Butler Pl:wy.
Perry, FL 32347
850-53c.-0I33
Steinhatchee River Inn
Mr Baj Kourkian
PO. Bo,. 328
Steinhatchee, FL 32359
:52-498-4001
Surnset Place Condos
Ms Annie 1. Buckanan
PO Bo.' 420
Steinhatchee, FL 32359
352-493-0860
Motel/Fish Camp
We.twird Fish Camp Inc.
Mr Henry .Garcia. _. .- 1 -,,-
PO Br,. 240
Steinhatchee, FL 32359
352-498-5254
Motel/Marina
Ideal Marina & 1otel, Inc.
Mr. Scott Peters
PO Bo%. 24
Steinhaichee, FL 32359
352-498- 3877
River Haven Harina
Mr. Tim Powell
PO Bco>. x98
Steinhatchee, FL 32359
352-498-0709
Motorcycle Repair & Service
Bull'- Bobbers
M`,r P.-r nn., IFlerr.n,


PO Box 1452 -
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-5518
Movie Theatre
Perry Theatre, Inc.
Mr. James A. McClary
I 13 East Park Street
Perry, FL 32348
850-223-6684
Music Training/Recording
Josh Noland Music Studio
M.r. josh roland
405 West Main Street
Perr,; FL 32347
850-584-5975.
Newspaper
Perry Newspapers
Mr. & Mrs. Don Lincoln
RO. Box 888
Perry, FL 32348
350-584-5513
Woods & Water
Mr. 6 M-Irs. Billy Pillow
3427 Puckett Rd.
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-3824
Non-Profit
Early Learning Coalition of Big
Bend
Mr. Chris Duggan
325 John Knox Rd. Bldg. L Suite
201
Tallahassee, Leon 32303
850-385-0551
Kids Incorporated of the Big Bend
Ms. Judie Miller
1 170 Capital Circle NE
Tallahassee, FL 32301
850-414-9800
Taylor County Horseman's
Association, Inc
Ms. Chris Olsen
RO. Box 1153
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-4361
Big Bend Heritage Music
Association
Mr Andy Jackson
1313 S. Jefferson Street
Perry, Florida 32348
850-223-1023 "
Goodwill Industries
Mr Fred Shelfer
300 Mabry St. '
Tallahassee, FL 32304
800-770-4922
Jerkins Commr pii.. erter .,,
Mr. Marty King
1201 Martin Luther King
Perry, FL 32347
850-223-1895
March of Dimes
Ms. Jennifer Bitner
3375-F201 Capital Or. NE
Tallahassee, FL. 32308
850-422-3154~-,. .
Special Olympl,cs9f Taylor County
Ms. Natalie Whalen .-
403 West Ash Stret
Perry, FL 32347 -
850-672-9460 -'-
United Way
Ms. Glenda Hamby
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Perry, FL 32348
850-584-5545
AARP Chapter #4033
Ms. Patricia Lindsey
PO Bo.- 308
Periy, FL 32348
850-22F3-.3480
Refuge House Inc.
Ms. Debra McGrew
PO. Bo..x 672
Perry, FL 32348
850-223-3555
Office Equipment
Office Business Systems, Inc.
Ms. lo Carol Narezo
PO Box 3921
Tallahassee, FL 32308
850-251-0957
Office Supplies
Florida Microfilm Corp
lMr. Fox Catretti
RO. Drawer 340
Dothan, AL 36302
800-886-3318
Howell's Office Supply
Manager
RO Box 1546
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-8290
Oil Change
Super-Lube, Inc.
Mr. Tom Chambasia
131 1 N Paul Russell Rd. Ste.
BI101
Tallahassee, FL 32301
850-222-5823
Optometrist
Vision Arts
Dr. Wyatt Taylor
1502 S. Jefferson Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-2408
Ordnance/Munitions
Martin Electronics, Inc.
Mr. Richard A Gardner
10625 Puckett Road
Perry. FL 32348
850-584-2634
Organization
Taylor Co. Leadership Council
Mr. Marty King
RO. Box 1915
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-3313
Painting House
Wendy Johnson Painting
Ms. Wendy Johnson p-
8541 Keaton Beach Road
Perry, FL 32348
850-223-2627
Painting & Pressure Washing
First Choice Painting & Pressure
Washing
Ms. Cynthia Monroe
127 Buffalo Drive
Perry, FL 32348
850-843-2078
Payday Advances
Advance America
Manager
1852 S. Jefferson Street
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-8943
First American Cash Advance


H andy R e00 IndustrialParkDr.
850-584-9322


'Temim|Talo CuntyCame o omec
IMME DIRECTORYL1


Manager
2052 S. Jefferson St.
Perry, FL 32348
850-223-1860
Pediatrician
DMH Primary Care Center
Manager
1706 S. Jefferson Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-838-2121
Pest Control
Live Oak Pest Control
Mr. Jeff Lee
17856 US 129 South
McAlpin, FL 32062-2561
850-838-3887
Roach Coach
Mr. David Sullivan
2823 Glover Carlton Road
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-4775
Southern Property-FL Pest
Defense
Ms. Lisa Felt
PO Box 25
Perry, FL 32348
850-838-4959
McCall Service Inc.
Mr. Bryan Copksey III
RO. Box 2221
Jacksonville, FL 32203
352-379-3888
Pet Grooming & Sitting
Beth's Pet Services
Ms. Beth Freeman
1209 South Center Street
Perry, FL 32348
850-223-1149
Pharmacy
Andrews Drugs of Perry, Inc.
Mr. Bill Adams
RO. Box 6
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-3720
Pharmacy/Gifts
O'Quinn Pharmacy
Ms. Brenda Wilson
PO Box 999
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-7692
Photography
Beer's Photography
Mr: Walt Beers
110 E. Pace Dr.
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-4422
Clark Photography
Ms. Amanda Clark
1626 N. Jefferson St.
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-9149
Photography/Trophies.
Photo's, Frames & Trophies
Ms. Feebie Houck
102 East Main Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-6979
Physician
DMH Internal Medicine
Dr. Ghulam Mohamnd1M& : !1'
402 East Ash Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-0600
Premier Medical Clinic
Dr. Bilal Khodr
315 E. Ash Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-3278
Dr. Eulogio M, Vizcarra M.D.


Dr. Eulogio Vizcarra
PO Box 1248
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-7681
Physician/Surgeon
Dr. Miles V. Nelson, M.D.
Dr. Miles V. Nelson, M.D.
1218 N. Peacock Ave.
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-8404
Pizza Sales
Dominos Pizza
Mr. Marty Conlin
PO Box 760
Ocala, FL 34478
850-584-8830
Plants/Nursery
A & K Nursery
Mr. Art Wyckoff
PO Box 2607
Cross City, FL 32628
352-356-1189
Plumbing
Don Johnson Plumbing
Mr. Don Johnson
8341 Keaton Beach Road
Perry, FL 32348
850-223-2627
Gunter Plumbing & Septic Tank
Mr. Freddie Gunter
8575 Beach Rd.
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-7107
Louis Shaw Plumbing, Inc.
Mr. Louis Shaw
PO Box 552
Shady Grove, FL 32357
850-584-3520
Portable Toilets
B & B Sanitation
Manager
PO Box 1564
Perry, FL 32348,
850-584-9191
Power Service
Progress Energy
Mr. Bobby Pickles
1295 E. Rocky Branch Rd.
Monticello, FL 32344
850-342-2248
Printing
Jimbob Printing Company
Mr. Jimmy Williams
RO. Box 633
Madison, FL 32341
850-973-2633
Printing/Graphics
North Florida Printing Co.
Mr. Ed Howell
RO. Box 850
Live Oak, FL 32060
386-362-1080
Public Schools
District School Board of Taylor
County
Superintendent Paul Dyal
318 North Clark St.
Perry, FL 32347
850-838-2500
Publishing : ,v' 1
Nature Coast Visitor's Guide
Ms. Alana Rich
646 Hawk Ridge Rd,
Perry, FL 32348
850-578-2216
Radio Station
Power Country WNFK-FM
Ms. Christie Cope
5450 Hwy. 27 East


THE FAIR STORE

Serving the Clothing Needs of Taylor County for over 84 Years

Quality Never Goes Out of Style!


Levi's
Carhartt
Dickies
Dockers
Wrangler
John Deere


Red Wing
Justin
Wolverine
Carolina
Double H
Harley Davidson


Nike
Reebok
K-Swiss
New Balance
Etnies
Crocs


Across from the courthouse
123 N. Jefferson St. Perry, FI. 32347 850-584-2247




Zeigler's Florist ,,


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'Roses
Plush 9Animals
T'roicalArrangements
Calla Lilies
I Candy ~ allfoons
Spring Bouquet
Vase Arranqements
Orchids-


Custom

Glass & Metal

Etching

Weddings
Anniversaries
Special Occasions
Vases, Frames J


David and Rachel Maddox,
new owners


Wedding Knife & Server Sets
& More

Please order 2 days in advance
for special custom orders Wire SeMrce

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Perry, FL 32348
850-584-9210
Froggy 93.5 Radio Station
Ms. Wanda Emert
2001 S. Jefferson Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-838-1818
WPRY 1400
Ms. Wanda Emert
2001 S. Jefferson Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-223-1400
Real Estate
Barnett Realty
Ms. Christine Barnett
PO Box 965
Steinhatchee, FL 32359
352-498-0400
Bay Breeze Realty
Ms. Linda Wicker
RO. Box 934
Steinhatchee, FL 32359
352-498-8002
Beach Realty Gulf Coast
Mr. Glenn Senter
20170 Beach Rd.
Perry, FL 32348
850-578-2039
Big Bend Properties, Inc.
Ms. Sandy Beach-Manning
20860 Keaton Beach Drive.
Perry, Florida 32348
850-578-2898
Coldwell Banker Kelly & Kelly
Properties
Mr. Barry Kelly
215 N. Jefferson Street
Monticello, FL 32344
850-997-5516
Coldwell Banker Kelly & Kelly
Properties
Ms. Nelda Parker
127 S. Jefferson St.
Perry, FL 32348'
850-223-2370
Florida Front Porch Realty
Ms. Ramona Griner
PO Box 899
Steinhatchee, FL 32359
352-498-4001 .-
Grady Moore Real Estate
Mr. Grady Moore
316 West Green Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-7514
Gulf Breeze Real Estate
Ms. Ann Hodges
1466 Ezell Beach Rd
Perry, FL 32348
850-578-2202
Herring Realty
Ms. Mary Ross
PO Box 354
Steinhatchee, FL 32359
352-665-32,11
Keller Williams Realty
Ms. Lorena Gardner
127 Springhill Road
Perry, FL 32347
850-843-2418 :'h', ;'
Keller Williams Town & Country
Realty
Mr. Mike Taylor
8622 Keaton Beach Road
Perry, FL 32348
850-838-9075
Mason's Coastal Realty, LLC
Ms. Debbie Mason
21205 Keaton Beach Drive








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Perry, FL 32348
850-578-2505
Professional Realty Co.
Ms. Inda Roberts
522 S. Jefferson Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-5844
Shamrock Realty
Mr. Paul Millard
17060 Beach Road
Perry, FL 32348
850-578-2105
Sheffield & Sheffield Realty
Mrs. Vivian Sheffield
1407 W. Main Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-9766
Sun & Stars Realty, LLC
Ms. Deborah Howard Day
111 1/2 East Green Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-223-1849
Real Estate Brokerage
Property Lines, Inc
Mr David Hurwitz
713 48th Street
Tifton, GA 31794
229-563-6900
Realtor-Sales office
Steinhatchee Rivergate, LLC
Mr; Nick Hatcher
PO Box 899
Steinhatchee, FL 32359
352-498-5151
Reception Hall
The Timbers of Perry, Inc.
Ms. Joanna Ter Maat
1148 Helen Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-7990
Rehabilitation Hospital
Health South.
Paige Mitchell
1675 Riggins Rd
Tallahassee, FL 32308
850-656-4800
Rehabilitation/Nursing
Marshall Health & Rehab Center
SDirector
207 Marshall Drive
Perry, ,FL 32347
850-584-6334
Relationship Education
Live the Life
Mr. Hank Hollingsworthb
2252 Killearn Center Blvd.
STallahasseeo,FL 32309. ... ,.
S 850-668-3700.
Rental
Sawgrass Lodge
Joyce Patterson
4236 River St.
Lamont, FL 34654
727-847-1008
Rental Cars
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
Manager
S11034 Atlantic Blvd
Jacksonville, FL 32235,
904-265-4399
Rentals Tents Etc.
Suwannee Valley Event & Party
Rentals
Ms. Tammy Dye
S522 West Howard Street
Live Oak, FL 32064


386-362-7368
Resort/Fishcamp
Econfina On The Gulf
Mr. Bobby Stefanelli
4705 Econfina River Road
Lamont, FL 32336
850-584-2135
Resource Center
TARC
Director
1112 West Main Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-7145
Restaurant
Golden Corral
Manager
2385 S. Byron Butler Pkwy.
Perry, FL 32348
850-838-1012
Goodman's BBQ
Ms. Sandy Chesser
2429 S. Byron Butler Pkwy.
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-3751
Greg's Crab Trap
Mr. Greg Enfield
9771 Puckett Road
Perry, FL 32348
850-223-3611.
Hungry Howies Pizza & Subs
.Ms. Debbie Querio
806 Riverside Drive
Steinhatchee, FL 32359
352-493-0081
Jin Jin's Restaurant
Ms. Linda Liang
2060 S. Jefferson Street
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-8998
Joyce's Main Street Cafe'
Joyce Fletcher
108 E. Main Street
Perry, Fl 32347
850-584-2232
MaMa's Italian Family Restaurant
Dianna Sandonato
2275 S. Byron Butler Pkwy
Perry, FL 32348
850-223-1109
Pizza Hut
Ms. Michelle Hanson
2199 S. Byron Butler Pkwy.
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-7480
Red Zone Buffet
Mr. Samuel Bennett
2057 S, Byron Butler Pf1w.
O""1erryCY'2'348 *.;
850-223-2788
Rosehead Junction
SMs. Carol Gunter.
107 S. Jefferson Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-8080
Roy's Restaurant
Mr. Ben Wicker
PO Box 994
: Steinhatchee, FL 32359
352-498-5000,
Sonic Drive In ,
SMr. Terry Phillip
1950 S. leffersdn Stree..
Perry, FL 32347 :
904-269-6171
Steinhatchee Landing
Mr. Dean Fowler


All About Looks Salon
M's Delphia Flowers
1708 S. Byron Butler Pkwy.
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-5665


Appearance First
ofCe Shelia Lynn
302 East Hampton Springs Ave
Perry, FL 32347
3B 850-584-4323
Savings
Independent Marketing Directors
RO. Box 789 Ms. Virginia Sessions
Steinhatchee, FL 32359 PO Box 1058
352-498-3513 Perry, FL 32348
Restaurant Seafood 850-584-3711
Poppa Jim's Seafood, Grill & Oyster Scrapbooking
Bar Creative Memories
Mr. Sam Farrill Ms. Suzette Stephens
2218 Hwy. 19 S. 1346 Harold Davis Rd.
Perry, FL 32348 Perry, FL 32348
850-838-2109 850-838-0536
Restaurant & Catering Screen Printing
Fiddler's Restaurant Susan's T-Shirts, Hats & More
Mr. Jim Hunt Ms. Susan Hathcock
RO. Box 983 1469 Fairway Drive
Steinhatchee, FL 32359 Perry, FL 32347
352-498-7427 850-584-9149
Restaurant/Fast Food Seafood Retail
Burger King Robbie's Seafood Market
Ms. Terri Johnson Mr. Robbie Jenkins
2144 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 128 S. Washington Street
Perry, FL 32347 Perry, Florida 32347
850-584-8700 850-584-5064
Restaurant/Subs Service Company
R & D Subways Inc. Tip Top
Mr. Rick Herr Mr. Henry Lee
2234 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 8849 Hwy. 10 South
Perry, FL 32348 Perry, FL 32348
850-584-7844 850-223-3030 -
Resturant- Mexican Food Signs & T-shirts
Old Mexico Mexican Restaurant Connors Signs & Graphic Art
Mr. Hector S. Bautista Mr. Mike Connors-
2241 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 11942 SW Overstreet Ave.
Perry, FL 32348 Lamont, FL 32336
850-584-7779 850-948-4762
Retail Jewelry/Gifts Signs/Auto Accessories
Debbie's Jewels / Ryan's Custom Trucks
Ms. Debbie Hall Mr. Ryan Sherrer
125 S. Jefferson Street 4053 US 19 South
Perry, FL 32347 Perry, FL 32348
850-223-1360 850-584-8900
Retail Store Signs-Lettering
K-Mart Corporation Sign Shop
Ms. Evelyn Day Alda & Bob Sherck
1809 Byron Butler Parkway 217 W. Hampton Springs Ave.
Perry, FL 32347 Perry, FL 32347
850-838-1870 223-3471
Walmart Storage Facilities
Ms. Tina Meyer Lock & Key Mini Storage
1900 S. Jefferson St Ms. Felisa Calhoun
SPerry, FL 32348 1309 S. Jefferson Street
850-223-4179 Perry, FL 32348
Retail Store/Western 850-584-2551
Michelle's Bull Pen The Storage Place
Ms. IMchelle Counce Ms. Shelia Perry
.3180 Hwy. 19 South 2309 Hwy. 98 West
Perry, FL-32347 Perry, FL 32348
850-584-?' S ._gt.850-5,-7890.., ..
Retail, Elecrxonics m ti ^Tylor Storage Centr-"
Cox Electronics-Radio Shack Mr. Hugh Lilliot
Mr. Walter Cox .. 3498 Hwy. 19 South
RO. Box 1457 '.,.Perry, FL 32348
Perry, FL 32348 850-223-1,455
850-584-5145 Surgery Center/Healthcare
Roofing-Installation Nature Coast Health Care
Acmic Metal Roofing, Inc. .-lr Scott Keeler
Mr. Lucas W. Perryman '55 N. Byron Butler Pkwy.
360 Sam Poppell Rd. Perry, FL 32347
Perry, Florida 32347 ,,850-584-2778
850-584-5363 -Tax Priparation Service
Salon Jackson Hewitt Tax Service



North State Title Services, Inc.

'title insurance

ReaIEstate Closings

1Escrow Services


109 W. Main St.
Office: 850-223-1941
Fax: 850-223-1942
lana@northstatetitle.net


Lana Logan
Settlement Officer
Taylor County Branch


Mrs. Deborah Beata
1308 S. Jefferson Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-4511
Taxi Service
Express Taxi
Mr. Terry Johnson
PO Box 1355
Perry, FL 32348
850-843-8688
Technical Institute
Taylor Technical Institute
Mr. Ken Olsen
3233 S. Byron Butler Pkwy.
Perry, FL 32347
850-838-2545
Technical Services
Perry Connections.com
Mr. Andy Jackson
1311 South Jefferson St.
Perry, Florida 32347
850-838-1683
Television Broadcasting
WSFD-TV 18
Ms. Wanda Emert
2001 S' Jefferson Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-838-1818
Tile, Carpet, Grout Cleaning
Awshare's Total Floor Restoration
Mr. William Black
3305 G.E. Lane
Perry, FL 32348
850-838-2805
Timber Sales
Foley Timber and Land Company
Ms. Edwina Miller
3400 Foley Road
Perry, FL 32347
850-838-2200
Tire Repairs/Sales/Service
Big Tire, Inc.
Mr. Rodger Spanjer
PO Box 1533
Perry, Florida 32348
850-584-4608
Cribbs & Sons Tire
Ms. Charlotte Williams
1005 S. Jefferson Street
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-3883
Yarbrough Tire Company
Mr. Mark Wiggins
602 West Hampton Springs
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-7554
Title Company
Frith Abstract Co.
Ms. Vickie Mosley
501 N. Byron Butler Pkwy.
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-2672
Tools, Equipment,& U-Haul
Rental
Handy Rentals
Mr. Thomas C. Harrison
900 Industrial Park Dr.
Perry, FL 32348
8,50-584-9?22!,t rmin tA
Travel Agent
Astro Travel & Tours
Ms. Rachel Hunter
4876 Woodlane Circle
Tallahassee, FL 32303
850-514-1793
Billy Boy's Travel
Mr. Daniel Batista
4499 W. Irlo Bronson Memorial
Hwy.
Kissimmee, FL 34746


B&B Sanitation Service
Serving Taylor and surrounding counties for 20 years
Porta Toilets & Holding Tanks
Daily and Monthly Rentals
Construction Sites Parties
Gatherings All Events.


Fax 850-838-1919
Cell 850-672-0169


Bettye Craft, owner
P.O. Box 1564
Perry, FL 32348


1-800-588-9192
Perry 850-584-9191
or 850-584-9568


BRADLEY A. WILLIAMS
President


FRED M. WILLIAMS, JR.
Vice President


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124 S. Washington St.
Mon. Fri. 7:30 a.m. 5:30 p.m.
Saturday 9:00 a.m. 12:00 noon

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Dry Cleaning
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* Accounting Operations
* Administrative Assistant
* Automotive Technology
* Cosmetology
* Electrical
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Patient Care Technician
. EMT
Medical Secretary
Millwright
Welding


ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES in PRE-GED,
Adult High School Completion, GED, and Adults with
Disabilities and Adult General Education classes at two
(2) locations. For more information call 850-838-2545 or
visit Taylor Tech:
Approved for Veteran Training

Check out our website at www.taylortech.org
3233 Hwy. 19 S. Perry, FL 32348
(850) 838-2545..


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(850) 584-8252


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Tree & Lawn Services
Palms Done Professionally
Mr. John Reeder
14050 US 19 South
Perry, FL 32348
850-672-0290
Truck Repair
Scott's Mobile Equipment Repair
Mr. Scott Grambling
3789 Hwy. 221 North
Perry, FL 32347
850-223-1106
Tupperware
Waiora
Ms. Jettie Peterson
1537 E. Main St
Mayo, FL 32066
904-294-1637
Vacation Rentals
Crews Steinhatchee Riverside
Lodge
Mrs. Inez Crews
RO. Box 22
Steinhatchee, FL 32359
352-498-3476
The Heron House
Finley 0. Ricard
PO Box 887
Steinhatchee, FL 32359
352-498-7499
Veterinarian
Perry Animal Hospital
Dr. Thomas Fletcher
1900 S. Dixie Highway
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-4233
Welding
American Aluminum Accessories
Mr. Robert Swain
3291 US 19 South
Perry, -FL 32348
850-584-3969
Welding Supply.
Airgas South, Inc.
Mr. Dave Peacock
3850 Hwy. 19
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-8353
Wholesale Warehouse
Sam's Club
Ms. Kandra M. Bryant
3122 Dick Wilson Blvd.
Tallahassee, FL 32301
850-562-2675
Window Tint/Signs
Tropical Window Tintipg & Signs
Karl & Marie LaFollette
1612 Suncoast Blvd.
Homosassa, FL 34448
352-795-3456
Workforce Job Placement
NF Workforce Development Board
Ms. Cheryl Rehberg
309 S.W. Range Ave.
Madison, FL 32340
866-367-4758
Youth Development
Boys & Girls Club of Perry
01/tPO'Boxapor" (3Sr!oqq!'
Perry, FL 32348
850-584-8448

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each month,, noon, Heavenly Floors.
AAP: lafirst Wed.ay, 10 ap.m. at Perry





Jerkins Community Center.
Shrine Club.
Kiwanis Club: Wednesdays,
noon, Joyce's Main Street Cafe.
MainStreet Perry: first Thursday of
each month, noon, Heavenly Floors.
NAACP: first Sunday, 5 p.m., at
Jerkins Community Center.
Optimist Club: Thurs., noon at
Joyce's Main Street Cafe.
Perry Garden Club: third
Wednesdaynights, 10a. 30 p.m.
Perry Elks Lodge: second and
fourth Tuesday, Masonic Hallp.m.
Perry Lodge 123, F&AM: first and
third Monday nights, 7:30 p.m.
Perry Lodge #187: first and third
Tues., 6 p.m., Masonic Hall.
Perry Masonic Lodge 123: meets
first and third Monday, 7:30 p.m.
Perry Shrine Club: fourth Thurs.,
7 p.m. (club house on Courtney Rd.).
Perry Woman's Club: second
Wed., noon (September to May).
Rotary Club: Tues., noon at
Rosehead Junction. .
Taylor County Leadership
Council: second and fourth Friday, 7
p.m., Jerkins Community Center.
Vogue XIII: first Mon., 7:30 p.m.
Call 584-2404.
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Airport Advisory Committee:
fourth Wednesday, 12 noon, Perry-


Foley Airport.
Chamber of Commerce: second
Thurs., 8 a.m., chamber board
room.
City Council: second and fourth
Tues., at 6:30 p.m.
County Commission: first Mon.
and third Tues. at 6 p.m., courthouse
annex; workshop, fourth Tues., 3 p.m.
Juvenile Justice Council: third
Thurs., 9 a.m., at Juvenile Justice
Office, 1719 South Jefferson Street.
Planning Board: first Thurs., 6
p.m. Courthouse annex (old post
office).
Social Security: representatives,
second Tues., 8:30 a.m. to noon,
courthouse annex.
Taylor County Construction
License Board Meeting: third Fri., 2
p.m., courthouse annex.
Taylor County Development
Authority: second Mon., noon, at
Capital City Bank.
Taylor County School Board: first
and third Tues., 7 p.m.
Taylor Coastal Water and Sewer:
fourth Tuesday at 18820 Beach Road,
5:30 p.m.
Taylor Soil & Water Conservation
District Board: fourth Monday, 5:30
p.m., Foley Airport terminal
conference room. Call 984-4329 for
information.
Tourism Development Council:
second Wed., 5 p.m., .Chamber of
Commerce.
Big Bend Republican Women's


Network: second Monday at 5:30
p.m., 502 W. Green St. E-mail:
bbrwn@fairpoint.net.
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Business Network International
(B.N.I): every Tuesday, 7:30-9 a.m.,
Hampton Inn. Visitors welcome.
Diabetes classes every Tuesday, 2
p.m., Doctors' Memorial Hospital.
FAMU Alumni Chapter: second
Monday, 7 p.m., Jerkins Community
Center.
Girl Scouts Service Unit: first
Tuesday, 7 p.m., Scout Hut.
Helping Hands of the Shelter:
every Tuesday, 6 p.m., chamber of
commerce.
Historical Society: open Thursday
afternoons, 1-5 p.m.
Home Educators League of
Perry: second Thursday, 1:30 p.m.,
Forest Capital Hall. Call 838-3508 or
584-6866.
La Leche League International:
second Wed., 10:30 a.m., Taylor
County Public Library.
Mothers of Pre-Schoolers: first
and third Fridays. Call 584-3826.
Muskogee Creek Indian Nation:
second and fourth Sat., 7 p.m. Tribal
grounds, Lyman Hendry Road.
Muskogee Creek Indian Tribe:
first 'Saturday, Oak Hill Village on
Woods Creek Road.
National Wild Turkey Federation
(Yellow Pine Drummers): holds open


monthly meeting on first Thursday,
Golden Corral, 7 p.m. Call 584-9185.
Order of Confederate Rose
Chapter 8: meets every fourth
Thursday. For information, please call
838-2045.
Pet adoptions: Taylor County
Animal Shelter, open Monday through
Friday. Call 838-3525.
Republican Party of Taylor
County: second Thursday of every
month, 5:30 p.m., at Rosehead
Junction.
Taylor Coastal Communities
Association: Tuesday, Nov. 18, 5:30
p.m., at the district building on Beach
Road.
Taylor Adult Program (TAP):
Thursday, 10 a.m., 502 N. Center
Street. 223-0393.
Taylor County Amateur Radio
Club: first Monday, 7 p.m., Division of
Forestry office, 618 Plantation Road.
Taylor County Habitat for
Humanity, Inc.: board meeting,
second Thursday,
5:30 p.m., Room 208, Capital City
Bank.
Taylor County Historical Society:
third Mon., 7 p.m. Historical Society
building, Society's museum is open
every Thursday, 1-5 p.m.
Taylor County Horseman's
Association Horse Show: second
Fri., Club Roping, 6:30 p.m.; second
Sat., speed events, 11 a.m.; last Sat.,
roping, 6 p.m. Arena is located on


Bishop Blvd.
Taylor County Quilters: Tuesdays,
10 a.m. to noon, Taylor County Public
Library.
Taylor County Reef & Research
Team: second Thurs., 7 p.m., Forest
Capital Hall.
Taylor County Senior Center:
Executive Board of Directors meeting,
every third Thursday.
Whole Child Taylor-Shared
Service Network: fourth Mon., 9
a.m., Taylor County School District
Administrative Office Complex.


Alcoholics Anonymous: Monday,
8 p.m. and Thursday, 8 p.m. at the
Serenity House, 1824 N. Jefferson
Street. Call 672-1263 for more
information,
Alzheimer's Support Group for
Caregivers: every second Tuesday, at
7 p.m., First United Methodist
Church.
Big Bend Hospice Advisory
Council: fourth Tuesday at 1 p.m., Big
Bend Hospice office (107 East Green
St.).
Celebrate Recovery: a non-
denominational, Christ-centered
recovery ministry meets Thursdays at
6 p.m., in the First Baptist Church
Youth Center (old Citizens Bank
building on the corner of Orange and
Green streets).
Narcotics Anonymous: Sunday,


7 p.m.; Tuesday, 7 p.m.; Wednesday,
7 p.m.; and Saturday, noon, at St.
James Episcopal Church, 1100 W.
Green St. (library). Call 223-2785 for
more information.
Perry Winners Group of
Alcoholics Anonymous: Friday,
8 p.m.; Heritage. House, 317 N.
Orange Street.
The Way: (faith-based 12-step
group for addicts and alcoholics)
Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., and Friday, 7 p.m.
,All meetings are held at the Serenity
'House, 1824 N. Jefferson St. Call 672-
0626 for more information.


AMVETS Post 20 and AMVETS
Ladies Auxiliary: third Saturday, 10
,a.m., at 8839 U.S. 19 South. Call 223-.
1144.
American Legion Post #291:
second Saturday, 10 a.m.
SAmerican Legion Post #96: first
Tues., 7 p.m., American Legion Hall,
Center St.
Sons of Confederate Veterans:
fourth Thursday at North Orange
Street. For information, call 578-2491
or 838-2045.
VFW Post #9225: second Tues.,
7 p.m. (American Legion building).

To add your organization
to the community calendar,
please call 584-5513.


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Helping





Hands


Taylor County boasts a
wealth of citizens who are
community minded and
express that spirit by
supporting a npp4ber of,-,ivic
and service clubs.
The Perry Rotary Club,
Kiwanis Club, Optimist'Club,
Elks Lodge and Perry Woman's
Club are just a few of the
organizations which meet on a
regular basis and provide
invaluable service to the
community and fellowship for
its members.
Other groups playing key
roles in the community include:
,AARP, MainStreet Perry,



Band of


Brothers

The bonds of brotherhood
are shared among members of
several veteran organizations
in Perry and Taylor County..
AMVETS Post 20 meets the
third jSaturday of every month
at 10 a.m., at its new post home
at 8839 U.S. 19 South.
American Legion Post #291
meet$ the second Saturday of
each month and Post #96 meets
the first Tuesday of each
month. Both meetings are held
at the American Legion Hall on
Center Street.
VFW Post #9925 meets the
second Tuesday of each month,
also :at the American Legion
building and Sons of
Confederate Veterans gather
the fourth Thursday at North
Orange Street.


Taylor County's newest
volunteer group is helping the
area's four-legged residents--
Helping Hands of the Shelter
serves as a "booster club" for
the Taylor County Animal
Shelter.
The group holds fund-raisers
to purchase supplies for the
shelter and also helps to
facilitate adoptions as well as
pet ownership educational
programs in the schools and
throughout the community.
Put your best paw forwal
and find out more at
www.shelterhands.com.


NAACP, Perry Garden Club,
F&AM, Perry Shrine Club,
Taylor County Leadership
Council and Vogue XIII.
A number"'.-b- neci 'tzed
interest groups are also active
in the community, including:
Business Network
International, FAMU Alumni
Chapter, Girl Scouts, Helping
Hands of the Shelter, Taylor
County Historical Society, the
Home Educators League of
Perry, La Leche League
International, Mothers of Pre-
Schoolers, Muskogee Creek
Indian Nation, Muskogee
Creek Indian Tribe, National
Wild Turkey Pederation
(Yellow Pine Drummers),
Order of Confederate Rose:
Chapter 8, Republican Party of.
Taylor County, Taylor Coastal'
Communities Association,
Taylor Adult Program, Taylor
County Amateur Radio Club,
Taylor County Habitat for
Humanity, Inc., Taylor County
Horseman's Association Horse
Show, Taylor County. Quilters:
Taylor County Reef &
Research Team, Taylor County
Senior Center and the Whole'
Child Taylor-Shared' Service; '
Network.


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Formerly. Fmploiment Connections% and Norlh Florida
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Mobile Unit Services


Jobseekers
Job Search
Applications
Resumes
Assessments

Employers
Recruiting Events
Staff Trainings



Workforce
705 E Base Street
Madison, FL 32340
(850) 973-WORK (local)
(866) 367-4758 (toll free)
(850) 973-9757 (fax)


Mobile Unit Service
Wednesday and Thursday in Perry
K-Mart Parking Lot
9am 4pm


2nd and 4th Mondays
Taylor County Health Department
9am 4pm


Employer Services
Call your local employer
representative, to find out more
about \YXrkforce4 solutions for
your business.
(850) 973-9669


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ofVednesda l s and the Perry a. :Ban 9
rNeas-Herald on Fridays, both
f.ferrng ounteywide coverage Swiig Bdg an'.re
i'f governmental meetings; Rhonda 'incent & theRage, Motrantaz'n .
Nschooew. i items sports,
weddings ahlnd even ts n of ds, /aler Smikh & LibersyPike, ..k
communepy conerm. Ernie E vans & Sourtern Lire, Carlie.
The newspapers have a paid
circulation lof more than 5000. .('CqO, Pure &t Singple, the Maieller ,
offe'rng general information t 2,1zi'y a/td lleShe Sawginarc 1and,
:for readers and subscribers at
\, ,, \, .perrynewspapers.com. Singing Bri e and more.
,News items for publication
!should be sent to newsdesk
, C perry newspapers.com.


In 2uu/, the company
.installed a low-profile, four- $15 for a weekend pass
high Ne\ s King printing tower ($20 at the gate)
% which ga'e its newspapers
color printing capabilities 850-584-5366 "
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communities. O r cl.
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newspaper office at (850) 584-
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.5513 Monday through
Thursday, from 8 a.m. until 5
p.m. and on Fridays until 3
;p.m To transmit a FAX, please
call (850) 838-1566.
The newspaper's physical
address is 123 S. Jefferson St.
in the don oilln district.
The Taco Times was
founded in 1961. The Perry n F" 0
,News-Herald was established
in 1889. Together the award IndustUCErial Service
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