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--- June 5011
, "r C-.y New s-.Herald June3-4,*0ll


Work

resumes

in Granger

Construction crews were
back at work in the Granger
Subdivision Thursday after a
two-day hiatus due to a reported
lack of funds on behalf of the
project contractor.
Last week, Ben Withers,
owner of Ben Withers, Inc.,
notified project engineers for
the new sewer system project
that if he did not find another
source of funding that he would
not be able to continue with the
project.
City officials took a "wait
and see" attitude regarding the
notification and on Wednesday
city staff met with Withers, the
attorney for the project's bond
company, the technical advisor
for the bonding company, a
representative from the city's
engineering firm and city
attorney Mike Smith.
"He (Withers) agreed to
Please see page 5


Should students wear school uniforms?


Looking to accommodate
recent action by the Florida
Legislature regarding student
dress codes, the Taylor County
School Board will discuss
school uniforms at its Tuesday,
June 7, meeting.
The dress code topic is listed
as a discussion item only and
no formal action can be taken.


The meeting, held at the Alton
H. Wentworth Administrative
Complex, will begin at 6 p.m.
(The board will hold a budget
workshop from 5-6 p.m.)
Information regarding the
legislation was expected to be
on the district's Web site (www.
taylor.kl2.fl.us) today (Friday),
with specific references on


pages 226-228.
In recent updates to the board,
Superintendent of Schools Paul
Dyal said that many school
districts throughout the state
have opted to deal with the
legislation by "going with
uniforms."
The bill, dubbed the "Baggy
Pants Bill," calls for students


d Best


S I Friends


Friendly


Rivals


to be given "an explanation of
responsibilities with regard to
appropriate dress, respect for
self and others, and the role that
appropriate dress and respect
for self and others has on an
orderly learning environment."
The bill further mandates that
each district adopt a dress code
policy that "prohibits a student,


while on the rounds of a public
school during the regular school
day, from wearing clothing that
exposes underwear or body
parts in an indecent or vulgar
manner or that disrupts the
orderly learning environment."
Disciplinary actions outlined
,-+ Please see page 5


Clark, Brannen spur each other to academic heights


Inside today...a salute
to the Class of 2011
Pomp and circumstance will
be the order of the day Saturday
when the Class of 2011
graduates from Taylor County
High School in ceremonies
beginning at 8:30 a.m.
Today's edition salutes those
152 graduates, as well as Taylor
Technical Institute's graduates
and three local students who
recently finished their high
school careers at Aucilla
Christian Academy.
Greetings for graduates
abound in the edition, from
businesses, friends and
family members. We add our
congratulations to all.

Yard sale benefits
Youth on Missions
Looking for a bargain?
Then check out the yard sale
benefiting Youth on Missions
today (Friday) and Saturday on
Highway 98 West (three miles
from the red light at Highway 19
and 98).The sale starts at 8 a.m.

Team Taylor kicks off
Relay fund with yard
sale
Jump starting its fund-raising
efforts for next year, Team Taylor
of Taylor Correctional Institution
(TCI) will hold a Relay For Life
yard sale this Saturday at 217
Cypress Road. The sale will be
held from 8 a.m. to noon.

Early dismissal for
students Monday and
Tuesday
Parents are reminded that
Monday, June 6, and Tuesday,
June 7, will be early dismissal
days for all Taylor students with
Tuesday being the last day of
school for students.



6 I IIL II 5


By ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI
Staff writer
With a poise and maturity
beyond her 18 years, Marybeth
Clark shares future goals of
earning a degree in criminal
justice and working for the
Federal Bureau of Investigation
(FBI).
It's a career choice that, at
first, seems out of step given
her background as a Young
Woman of Distinction (she's the
reigning Florida Forest Festival
Junior Miss) and as a graduating
teen who filled her high school
years with extracurricular
activities ranging from Little
Women to majorettes.
But there's a depth and
determination that is belied by


her sweet nature and charming
looks. A drive that compelled
her to the top of her class
and earned her the title of
valedicitori.in.
"Being valedictorian has been
my goal since middle school.
(Salutatorian) Renae Brannen
and I have been best. friends
since about middle school and
there has been a competition
against each other.
"Once we were in high school,
I wanted to really enjoy high
school. I was not 100 percent
driven just to get valedictorian.
It's a great bonus, but I was not
obsessed. I just wanted to do
the best I could and make my
parents proud" Clark said.
But the grades that earned


Clark the title did not come
easy.
"I had to study a lot. I studied
for hours. It was something I
always.had to do and I didn't


By MARK VIOLA
Staff writer
When 2011 Salutatorian
Renae Brannen was in seventh
grade, a teacher predicted she
and best friend Marybeth Clark
would one day be valedictorian
and salutatorian of their
graduating class.
This week, that prediction
came true.


mind doing it." Then she ticks off a list that
Ask about her extracurricular would leave a lesser student
activities, she just laughs and drained: majorette captain (two


shakes her head. "Where do I
begin?"


".* Please see page 5


"It wasn't really a surprise,"
Brannen said of learning the
news Wednesday, admitting she
had been "keeping tabs on it.
"I was happy that I got
salutatorian and I was really
happy for Marybeth that she got
valedictorian."
The two have been friends
for years, often serving as
group partners for class projects


and helping each other when
needed.
"Whenever we were given
assignments, I would always
finish them the night before
they were due. Marybeth would
, come in the day after they were
assigned and ask if she could go
ahead and turn it in."
-* Please see page 5


Seven teens involved in Wednesday crash


Seven Greenville teens
ranging in age from 14-18 were
involved in a two-vehicle crash
on Highway 221 Wednesday
night, June 1.
Three of the teens sustained
minor injuries and charges are
pending further investigation,


Florida Highway Patrol Sgt.
S.A. Hooppell reported.
The crash happened around
8:40 p.m. at the intersection of
U.S. 221 and County Line Road.
Ricky C. Hudson Jr., 18, and
Clayton R. Tyson, 17, were both
traveling north on 221. Hudson


County looks to


create swim area


at Hodges Park

County commissioners will consider next week creating a
designated swim area at Hodges Park to protect swimmers from
boats and jet skis.
The board will discuss an ordinance at their meeting Monday
evening which would create a vessel exclusion zone around the
beach at the park.
"There is a safety concern for swimmers using the water access
area at Hodges Park due to boat traffic in the shallow areas
traditionally used for wading and swimming," Taylor County
Marine Extension Agent Fred Vose said.
"The proposed ordinance would exclude vessels from entering
a designated swim area marked with uniform waterway markers."
He added that the language has been through the permit review
and authorization process with the Florida Department of Law
Environmental Protection, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S.
Coast Guard and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation
.- Please see page 5


had two passengers traveling
with him in his 1996 Nissan
200 SX, 16-year-old Jonathan
O'Quinn and 17-year-old
Chelsy O'Quinn.
Tyson had three passengers
traveling with him in his 1995
Isuzu Rodeo: Mariah Tyson, 14;


Dalton Tyson, 14; and Nathan
Buchanan, 18.
In his report, Hooppell said
that Tyson was attempting to
pass Hudson on the right side
of the road as Hudson was
attempting to turn right onto
County Line Road.


The left front of P. ..,n's
vehicle collided with the right
side of Hudson's vehicle.
Two passengers were
transported to Doctors'
Memorial Hospital for
treatment, Jonathan O'Quinn
and Chelsy O'Quinn.


Children play in the shallow water at Keaton Beach's Hodges Park. County
commissioners are considering the creation of a "vessel-exclusion" zone at the park,
citing safety concerns.


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Community ............ B-1


Entertainment ........ -2
TV listings ............. B-3
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Saturday 95
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Sunday 94
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Valedictorian Marybeti Clark


Satutatorian Renae Brannen


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Bass, Mash

: "to marry at

St. George
Pamela Bass and Garrett
Mash of Perry announce their
engagement and forthcoming
marriage on June 18, 2011. A
private, beachfront ceremony
is planned at St. George Island
at sunset.
The bride-to-be is the
daughter of Diane Bass of
Shady Grove and the late
Jeffery Bass.
She is currently employed as
a case manager at the Taylor
Senior Citizens Center.
The prospective groom is the
son of Michael and Debra
Mash of Perry, and is
employed as a correctional
officer at Taylor Correctional
.. Institution.
Lynch Family Reunion
will be this Saturday
The Lynch Family Reunion
will be held Saturday, June 4,
at Forest Capital Park at 11:30
Garrett Mash, Pamela Bass a.m. Everyone is invited.

Summer lunches begin on June

13 at Stewart Memorial A.M.E.


Stewart Memorial A.M.E. Church will
participate in the Summer Food Service program
this year, providing meals for children in this
community who are 18 years old and younger.
The service will extend from June 13 to Aug. 12.
"There is no charge for these meals and there


will be no discrimination in meal service,"
Shirley Scott said.
Summer Food Service programs are only
approved for "geographical areas of need" where
50 percent or more of the children qualify for
free and reduced meals during the school year.


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7th for Spees to train

SWoman's Club supports
FININOMP .IONo Canine Companion, Hagrid
FOR IND fP ENOEC


Connie Spees was recognized at the May 11
Perry Woman's Club meeting for her dedication
to Canine Companions for Independence.
Accompanied by her current dog, Hagrid,
whose name springs from Harry Potter lore,
Spees told members about her work and
accepted a check from the club to help with food
and supplies. Hagrid became part of the Spees
family in August of 2010 and will remain until
2012 before continuing his education with six to
nine more months of training to be a service dog.
"My job is socialization," said Spees, and to


her credit, Hagrid already seems well adjusted.
He arose for the Pledge of Allegiance and stood
at attention. Hagrid, her seventh dog for Canine
Companions, weighed 13 pounds when she
adopted him. He now weighs 80.
Spees displayed a copy of a Hospice
Connections magazine which spotlighted her
previous dog, Stuart, on a recent cover. Inside,
an article told about "Hounds of Hospice."
Stuart is currently working for Hospice in
Melbourne, visiting nursing homes and
accompanying workers on home visitations.


Hagrid, whose name comes from Harry Potter lore, is a "working giant"
in his own right for Canine Companions for Independence. He is pictured
with Connie Spees who has adopted six previous dogs for socialization.


Calendar

sales are

underway
This will be the 20th year
that the Perry Woman's Club
has produced a calendar which
spotlights birthdays,
anniversaries, meetings and
other red letter days in this
community.
Sales are beginning now for
the 2012 edition, so if anyone
asks, "When's your birthday?"
a sale may be in progress.
Completed calendars will
sell for $5 and "are great gifts
for Christmas," said Dianne
Miller who is again heading
the project. Or, as an alternate
suggestion, she encouraged
members "to send them as
Christmas cards."


PERRY PRIMARY SCHOOL
400 North Clark Street
SPerry, Florida 32347
o 850 838-2506

Pam Padgett Principal
""**"' Angie Roberts Assistant Principal


NOW ENROLLING! KINDERGARTEN 2011-2012
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and National Common Core Standards
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SMART Boards, Elmos and LCD Projectors. This enables teachers to
bring learning from all over the world into our classrooms.
School-wide implementation of Positive Behavior Support Program
Playground updated with new equipment.
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for students.
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Congratulations

Ike

Class of 2011


We love you,
Mom, Dad, Granny
& the entire family


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A-4 Perry News-Herald June 3-4,2011

a Remember when...


SSeniors,


This is your moment.
Get ready to shine.
Years and years in
the making.
It's finally your time.
You've found your
stride, and not a
moment too soon.
Because from this
moment on, you'll
be drumming and
marching to the beat
of your own tune.
The rest of your life
will be like driving a
car.
When you look in
the rearview mirror,
the past will be closer
than it appears, while
the road ahead, like
your future, won't
always be clear.
So, you may get lost.
I'm betting you will.
At least a time or
two.
That's just the way
it is.
It's hard to imagine
now, but there may
come a time, when
you'll look around
you and can't tell up
from down.
Don't take this as a
warning, because you
have nothing to fear.
You're ready. You're
smart.
Some of you, wise
beyond your years.


the big jobs
ml iake the
bigmonev,
wHi nwe look
backwill our
-Jkes still be
NOW


your m


Which may lead you
to think this doesn't
apply.
You say, "Times
have changed," which
isn't a lie.


I said the same
thing, when I stood in
your shoes.
Years later, I found
all of this to be true.
You know a lot, but
there's so much you
don't know.
But you can take
comfort in knowing
S a a a


Congratulations to our Seniors! We love y'all!
Love,
Old Indian, Wormie and Maria Jean


By ANTHONY L. WHITE

, this is

moment


that most people
learn as they go.
And watch out.
Good advice won't
always come with a
label.


Still, whether from
Dr. Phil or Dr. Seuss.
Good. Bad. Or, tried
and true.
How you use the
advice is entirely up
to you.
You've reached the
end--the start of your
new beginning.


So as we go on
we remember
all the fun times
we had together
and as our lives
change from
whatever,
we will still
he friends
forever.


So enjoy.
This is your moment.
It belongs to you.
Just remember the
folks who saw you
through.
A pat on the back
would be nice.
A hug would make
our day.
Still, we won't hold it
against you--at least We are so proud of you &
not forever--if during all of your accomplishments.
your moment you Love,
forget to say, "Thank Dad, Mom, Nana & Papa
you."
Signed by Me (for)
The Family, Friends
and Educators of
The Class of 2011
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201


Congratulations to the both of y'all, James & \\ csl for one task completed, and a big step
to conquering another. May God bless you both on conquering the college life as He has
high school. Once again, we say congratulations on a job well done.
From your family with much love... Congraiulatiii.ii

Tor. My wondeWrfl lviVM dac hter
Chel4e, LacSacr Ue Trucker-Stewart







It seems like yesterday you were a little
baby whom I held and rocked in my
arms. The time has come for you to
enter into your young adult life. We are
so proud of you. Let no one get in the
path of what God has in store for you.
Keep a strong mind with a great attitude.
Congrats to you.
Love always,
Mom- Rena, Nanny, Mike, Volanda, Zoe'Coydrick, Remesia, O'lunda,
Ja'bahri, Jha'briya, LarryJr., Larsyen, Jacier & Skyy


Happy 2"u Bl;thday
to oreP
PPRice 8 Ptricess
Kaylan Baries

K~pan BaPRes


above.
Mommy, Daddy.
Meme (b6isa),
Da (tEdde),
and Famtly


Lamar Hathcock
We are so proud of the young
man you've grown into. Never
lose faith in God and yourself.
Remember to always take
the road less traveled.
Congratulations on all
your accomplishments!
We love you!
Love,
Daddy, MaMa, Maria Jean,
Emalee, Betty and Granddaddy
*,.-;'- : .,


De&ireeJ. gant I |


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Look at my Godie
All grown up to be a beautiful young lady.
It's not time to look back, but to strive for what you want.
Put God first in anything you do and it will come to light.
Love you,
ine & Autumn YourGodie
Sonja


Happy 4t Birthday June 6, 2011
Macy Lundy


S Nana & Papa's Ill hunting buddy, Moma's Ill cowgirl
Love you, Moma, Cody, Nana & Papa


Elton Hathcock Caleb Padgett Lamar Hathcock


Desiree,
I want you to always remember that everyone has different
talents, different dreams & different destinations. But we all
have the sarqe power with the Grace of God to make a better
tomorrow. I want you to remember no matter what you do in this
lifete, I will always love and support you.
Cograts to you... Love, Tbaby.


Ilk


IP










A-5 Perry News-Herald June 3-4,2011


For degree in criminal justice



Next stop for Clark? NFCC, then FSU
ksense*to stay.home for-tIose


CLARK
Continued from page 1
years, twirling, four), student
council vice president, Key
Club vice president, National
Honor Society, Little Women,
STEM (Science, Technology,
Engineering & Mechanical/
Medial) Club.


TEACHER/OUTCOME
Continued from page 1
For Brannen, who will
give the salutatorian address
at Saturday's graduation, the
pattern seems to be continuing,
calling her speech a work in
progress.
"I'm going to surprise myself,
let alone everybody else," she
said with a laugh.
Brannen, who is a middle
child, credits her parents, Steve
and Latrell Brannen, with her
academic success.
"My parents have always
been a force in my life," she
said.
In addition to her studies,
Brannen spent her high school
years as a member of Key
Club, National Honor Society
and academic team, as well as
ROTC.
This last one she joined as
a junior, adding that it is her
"biggest regret" that she didn't
join as a freshman.
Still, in just two years she rose
through the ranks to battalion
commander, the highest level
possible.
"I was shy and withdrawn and
wouldn't take charge," Brannen
said of herself before ROTC.
"In ROTC, I learned the
principles of leadership. In


SCHOOL UNIFORMS
Continued from page 1
in the bill call for the student
to be given a verbal warning
for a first offense (as well as
contacting his or her parents).
A second offense. would
render the student ineligible to
participate in any extracurricular
activity for a period of time not
to exceed five days. (The school


UGANGERM
Continued from page 1
go back to work' as well as a
contract addendum stating that
he would owe the city for money
spent on additional engineering
and inspection costs since
September. That document will
become part of the contract,
so we're protected on those
funds and the bond will cover
them. Once that document is
executed, we agreed to release
$40,000 for him" City Manager
Bob Brown said.
"He had moved some
equipment out and missed
(working) Tuesday and
Wednesday. We were prepared
to present him with a 10-day
default notice if he didn't agree
to go back to work. But he did
agree, so that didn't happen."
The project, which was
supposed to take only six


Public hearing

slated Monday
HODGES PARK
Continued from page 1
Commission.
If approved the exclusion
zone would include any
motorboat or other vessel,
including personal watercraft
such as jet skis.
Violators would be guilty of
a noncriminal infraction and
subject to a $75 fine.
The commission will hold
a public hearing Monday on
the ordinance beginning at
6:25 p.m. at the Taylor County
Courthouse Annex, located on
Green Street.


Fun aside, academics
remained Clark's primary focus
and she excelled in taking every
honors course she could...
English, math and science.
"I was trying to get my GPA
as high as I could." (Counselors
won't give her the exact number,
but the final tally exceeded 4.3.)
"I really enjoyed chemistry


addition to the bookwork part
of leadership, I learned how to
be leader.
"We got to leave the
classroom, go out into the field
and be a leader."
She singled out ROTC
instructors Col. David Ammons,
1st Sgt. Eddie Smith and Lt.
Col. John Devillez, along
with teacher and academic
team sponsor William Tripp
among her influences at the
high school.
Above all, however, she
thanks God.
"To God be the glory,"
Brannen said. "I believe He
blessed me with the gift of
intellect and I hope I can use
the gifts He gave me to do
good."
She hopes to do that by
becoming a veterinarian, a goal
she has had since she was in the
fourth grade, and plans to attend
the. University of Florida next
year to begin that journey.
"They have one of the best
veterinary programs in the
country," she explained, "and I
didn't want to have to change
schools. It's was also the closest
program to home."
After her undergraduate work,
she hopes to be accepted to UF's
veterinarian program. Once she
completes her schooling, she


to meet with the student's
parents.)
For a third or subsequent
offense,. the student would
receive in-school suspension for
up to three days and would be
ineligible to participate in any
extracurricular activity for up
to 30 days. (Parents would also
be contacted by the principal
and receive a letter regarding
the. suspensions and


its 19th month of construction.
In April, Withers was
granted a 75-day extension to
complete the project, which
includes replacing some 1,200-
feet of sewer mains that were
incorrectly installed.
That extension ends in less
than two weeks (June 15) and
after that, "liquidated damages
(daily fines) start again.
"He (Withers) said he would
be done in two to three weeks,
but there's no way. He's still
got two to three months of work
to be completed," Brown said.


and physics, and all of the math
classes."
Clark traced her love of math
back to kindergarten and first
grade teacher Sandra Smith.
"That's when I first found
out that I liked math and was
good at it. Mrs. Smith was the
one who recommended that I be
tested for the gifted program."


plans to move back to Perry and
open her own practice.
"Once I get on my feet, I plan
to expand to include a no-kill
animal shelter," she said.
But first there is Saturday
morning, which will find two
best friends sharing the stage
as well as top honors at Taylor
County's 2011 commencement
exercises.
Just as predicted.


Clark plans to apply her
knack for math and science in
her quest to become a detective
or forensic expert with the FBI.
"I'm not going to lock-in on
either of those fields. I want to
see what I like best. But math
and science will be handy for
both."
In her early school years,
reading fell short of Clark's
favorite subjects, but that
changed when she entered
Alicia Beshears' class in middle
school.
"She was my teacher in the
second grade and again in the
seventh. I never really liked
reading, but when I had her for
language arts, she made it fun.
We would do projects and that
really got me into it."
Then along came teacher
Ruth Harvey at the high school.
"She was my ninth grade
English teacher and she really
pushed me to be better and to
always try my best. She was
the one who really encouraged
me to prepare for the ACT so


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Perry Rotary Club President Debbie Bassett (right)
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Florida board member Penny Staffney. The Rotary Club
recently donated $250 to help;the organization with its
programs.


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that I would earn the 28 (score)
needed receive the 100 percent
Bright Futures Scholarship."
During awards night held
early this month, Clark was one
of several graduating seniors
to receive the Bright Futures
award.
She encourages incoming
freshman to "try to start out
strong. The biggest mistake you
can make is not being focused
your freshman year. Then you
have to spend the rest of your
high school career trying to
catch up. If you stay focused
your freshman year, you're
laying a good foundation for
the rest of your high school
term."
Although Clark was accepted
at Florida State University
(FSU), she is opting to stay at
home for a few more years.
"I'm going to North Florida
Community College for my
AA degree and then I'll transfer
to FSU. I received a full ride
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It is my understanding that
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FSU, so I think between that
and other scholarships, I'm well
taken care of."
But before she closes the
chapter on her high school
career, Clark has one more duty
to discharge-her valedictory
speech at graduation ceremonies
Saturday morning at Dorsett
Stadium.
A work in progress, Clark
said she already knows that
thanking her parents (Vern and
Angle Clark), teachers and
friends for standing by her will
be at the top of her list.
"And the band for giving me
a home for four years... place
to fit in."
After graduation and before
NFCC classes begin in the
fall, Clark said she plans to
simply "take a break and enjoy
summer."
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Roman Lamar Herring

Happy 10th Birthday
My beautiful son-
you have become
such a wonderful
joy in our lives.
You are a smart,
gifted & talented
young man.
We love you dearly.
Love,
Mom & Dad
(Sonya & Lloyd Phelps)
sisters (Raymanda,
Destiny-Raye, Dariana)
Grandma & Grandpa
(Joan & Benny Bolden)


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$2500.00 reward for information that leads to the
arrest and conviction of the person or persons
responsible for the May 22, 2011 break in at our
Madison Warehouse grounds, and theft of:
* (1) 2007 Kubota 2WD Tractor with Rhino Rotary Mower
* (1) 2007 Exmark 60"Cut Lawn Mower with Top
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Religion


A-6 Perry News-Herald June 3-4, 2011


Churches prepare
I for summer fun at
Vacation Bible
IVs 80' School events


Lakeside Baptist Church is gearing up for its 2011 Vacation Bible
School. Grab a cab and get ready for the "Big Apple Adventure" June 12-
16 with classes from 6-8:30 p.m. for four years through sixth grade.
The First Baptist Church of Jena will hold Vacation Bible School in
the greater community with classes slated June 13-17 from 6 until 8:30 p.m.
For additional information, please call Betty Beck at 498-5766 or Pastor
Vaughn Farnell at 498-2190.


Revival through Saturday
Holy Faith Tabernacle Church will continue revival services
through Saturday, June 4, at 1609 S. Woodard St. at 7 each
evening. Guest speaker will be the Rev. Helen Johnson-
Robinson.


Obituaries


Rebecca Paramore
Rebecca "Becky" Paramore,
57, died May 31, 2011, in
Jacksonville. A lifelong
resident of Taylor County, she
was the daughter of Wesley
.Walker and Helen Akers. She
vas owner and operator of
Rebecca's Gold and Gifts, a
member of Calvary Baptist
Church, the Red Hat Society
'and Daughters of the Nile.
Survivors include: her
husband of 42 years, David
Paramore of Perry; a daughter,
Erin Williams of Perry; two
brothers, C.W. Walker and
Carson Walker, both of Perry;
three sisters, Delores Ratliff,
Kay Hendry and Jean Coxwell,
all of Perry; -a grandson, Wes
Williams of Perry; and a host of
nieces and nephews.
The family received friends
Thursday evening at Beggs
Funeral Home Perry Chapel
from 5 to 8 p.m. Funeral
services will be held today
(June 3) at 11 a.m. at Calvary
Baptist Church.
Beggs Funeral Home Perry
Chapel is in charge of the
arrangements.

Merlean M.
Anderson
Merlean M. Anderson, 55,
died May 27, 2011, at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital. A native of
Greenville, she had lived in
Perry since 1975.
Survivors include: her
husband, John E. Anderson of
Perry; two sons, Timothy
Thompson and John ~iAd
Jr., both of Perry;f'thr'f"
daughters, Benita Morris,
Pamela Colson and Melva
Anderson, all of 'Perry; 11
sisters, Patricia Green of Perry,
Johnnie Miller and Denise
Williams, both of Greenville,
Shawanda Miller, Leola
Seabrooks, Rena Jones, Angela
Jones, Ardrinia Collins,
Carolyn Hurst,. Janet Gassant
and Odessa Ward; four
brothers, Henry Robinson,
Leon Williams, Jaronald
Williams and Johnnie Williams
Jr.; her mother-in-law, Essie


Perry First
Assembly of
Pastor David Ste
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Anderson; and 13
grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, June 4, at Antioch
M.B. Church at 2 p.m.
Interment will follow at
Springhill Cemetery. The
family will receive friends
today at Evans-Walker Funeral
Home from 5 to 7 p.m.
Evans-Walker Funeral Home
is in charge of arrangements.
Maxine D. Eastmead
Maxine D. Eastmead, 70,
died May 31, 2011, at her
residence. She was born in
Waycross, Ga., to Jessie
Hamilton Dodd and Rose
Asalee Rutledge Dodd.
Coming from Chattanooga
Tenn., she had lived in Perry
since 1990. She was a member
of Westside Baptist Church, the
Ladies Club at the church and
was very active in the Taylor
County Senior Center. Mrs.
Eastmead worked as a home
health aide.
She was preceded in death by
a brother, Malon Dodd, and a
sister, Mary Frances Brodgon.


Survivors include: her
husband of 54 years, Robert
Henry Eastmead of Perry; two
sons, Mark Allen of Minnesota
and Robby Hampton Eastmead
of Chattanooga, Tenn.; a
daughter, Kathy Wilson of
Perry; three sisters, Ruth
Laveme Mauldin and Earlene


Madison.
He was born Nov. 27, 1935,
to Clayton and Selma Stanley
McWilliams. He graduated
from Madison High School in
1953, from South Georgia
Junior College in 1955 and
from the University of Georgia
in 1958 with a Bachelor's


Moore, both of Summerville, degree in business
Ga., and Laura Lee of Dallas, administration. He was a real
Ga.; 14 grandchildren; four estate broker and appraiser.
great-grandchildren; and a host Before that, he was the
of nieces and nephews as well Standard Oil Distributor for
as an extended family member, Madison County, served as an
Wihelmenia Blue. administrative assistant in Gov.
Funeral services will be held Claude Kirk's office and was a
today, June 3, at Joe P. Bums sales representative for
Funeral Chapel at 2 p.m. with Britannica Films before
the Rev. Mike .Hicks opening a Sears Catalog store
officiating. Interment will in Madison. He was a member
follow at Woodlawn Cemetery. of First Baptist Church in
The family received friends Madison, where he served as a
Thursday evening from 6 to 8 deacon and as a member of the
p.m. finance committee.
He served on the Madison
Clayton City Commission for several
McWilliams Jr. years. He served his country in
the U.S. Army Reserves in the
Clayton "Buddy" late 1950's and early 1960's.
McWilliams Jr., 75, died May Survivors include: his wife of
27, 2011, at his home iiin nearly 48 years, Jean Phillips


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announce the birth of their daughter, Elizabeth
(Liza) Maddox Burke, on Feb. 17, 2011, at
Northside Hospital in Atlanta, Ga. She weighed 4
pounds, 9 ounces and was 17.25 inches long.
Maternal grandparents are Larry and Judy Neal
of Perry. Paternal grandparents are Jack and Janet
Burke of Hattiesburg, Miss.
Liza was welcomed home by her canine sister
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Friday, June 10 P
5:00-8:00pm
First United Methodist Church
Fellowship Hall
302 N. Jefferson St., Perry, FL S.
Dinner Served 5:00-7:30pm
(Dine-in or Take-out)
Great Music by Cavaliers and
Taylor County Brotherhood Choir
Live Auction, Chance Drawing, Door
Prizes and Morel
For advance tickets or information,
call Michele Brantley
at 850-566-7491

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Congratulations to our beautiful Divas
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McWilliams; a son, Clayton
McWilliams III of Madison; a
daughter, Linda McWilliams
Luke of Darien, Ga; two
grandchildren; a brother, Larry
McWilliams of Munice Ind.;
his father-in-law and step


mother-in-law, Jake and Judy
Phillips.
A memorial service was held
at First Baptist Church in
Madison. Beggs Funeral Home
Madison was in charge of all
arrangements.


StI. Johns Christian Fellowship


Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.


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Sports


A-7 Perry News-Herald June3-4,2011
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S.- Keaton Beach

Fishing Report


Fishing couldn't get


much better out there


BY PAT MCGRIFF
onemorecast@gtcom.net
The trout fishing couldn't get
much better as Ed Thomas of
TGIF charters and I, on board
One More Cast, had a split
charter of five guys from Opp,
Ala., last weekend. We shall just
call them Jackson party."
We fished the Jackson party,
both Saturday and Sunday, and
had limits of trout for the guys
each day, on both boats. Ed had
one nice red on Saturday, yet
neither of us found a red Sunday.
I imagine the reds are back up in
the creeks as we have had no rain
in so long, they could probably
prosper way back up the creeks.
Anyway, Ed had his 3 over 20
inches each day and I had 4 over
20 inches long, each day, with
the trout limits. We had 20 trout
weighing in at 42.8 pounds for
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Sunday. Ed's boat had a 26-inch
trout on Saturday! All these trout
were caught on live pinfish under
Cajun Thunders from 4-6.5 feet
of water. We had three black sea
bass on Saturday and two on
Sunday while Ed had a 5 pound
Spanish on Sunday. It doesn't get
much better than that!
Great fishing, with some great
guys from Opp, Ala.
Here are a couple of reports
from Keaton Beach Marina;
Nelbin and Ana Cruz of
Lilburn, Ga., had their limit of
40 trout (10 each day), using
New Penny Gulp in 5-6 feet of
water over the long Memorial
Day weekend.
Jonathan, Wilford and Lee
Sisson of Gainesville, Ga. had
10, 15 and 15 trout respectively
for the three days they fished last
week while using white Gulp,
X-Raps and live pinfish under
Cajun Thunders in 6 feet of
water.
Red Snapper Season started
Wednesday, June 1st, and that
will be the rage ... I'm sure ... but
I'll be catching up trout and reds
just the same!


Wentworth, Barfield play in showcase


Former Taylor County High
baseball players William
Wentworth and Hunter Barfield
were selected to play in the
Next Level Baseball Showcase
recently in Tallahassee and came
away with some impressive
performances and honors.
The event featured some
30 ball players from the
Tallahassee and Big Bend area.
They were treated to a banquet
on Friday night then divided
into two squads on Saturday
for a 14-inning game that lasted
more than five hours.
Wentworth, who signed
earlier this year with Northwest
Florida State College in
Niceville, drove in two runs
on three hits in seven trips to
the plate and also pitched two
innings, allowing just one hit
while striking out three batters.
Wentworth also was voted
"pitcher of the year" in the Big
Bend region. The right-hander
produced an 8-1 record this year
for the Bulldogs with an ERA
of .81. He also struck out 77

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batters. runs in eight plate appearances top hitter on TCHS's 2011 team
Barfield blasted two doubles, in the Next Level event, with a .403 average including a
two singles and drove in two The Bulldog shortstop was the team-leading 7 doubles.

Softball clinic offered to local students June 11


A softball clinic for upcoming
middle and high school students
will be held Saturday, June 11,
from 1 until 4 p.m. at the Taylor
County High School softball
complex.
Coach Krista Meadows from
Trinity Christian School and


Dublin, Ga., will be conducting
the clinic.
"Coach Meadows has led
many successful softball
programs and is focused on
developing middle and high
school players," TCHS Coach
Jodie Price said.


The clinic will teach and
review the fundamentals ol
pitching, catching, batting and
fielding.
The cost of the clinic is
$30 per participant. For more
information, contact Coach
Price at 838-2525.


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A-8 Perry News-Herald June 3-4, 2011


PAID ADVERTISEMENT


ROADSHOW PAYING ON THE SPOT FOR

ANTIQUES, GOLD JEWELRY, SILVER COINS AND MORE!


By Jason Delong
STAFF WRITER

C ;n out your a'r:cs, closets and lock boxes,
because the Treasure Hunters Roadshow is in
Perry all this week. Roadshow specialists are
in town examining crn:'iues, collectibles, gold
and. -
Vv..le ";er Roadshow will accept an/rthr.g
that's old, they will be focusing on: gold and
si'.--. coins made before 1964, military items,
toys and trains, musical instruments pocket and
wrist watches. Scrap gold is expected to be a
popular category this week due to soaring gold
S"ices.
*-._yers for the roadshow have noticed a tre-
mendous increase in the amount of aold coming


At a recent show Roadshow specialist, Mike Delong, si
gentleman who is eagerly anticipating the assessment

to the Roadshow, and for good reason. Record
gold prices have Roadshow guests cashing in on
broken or outdated jewelry with our fair and
honest purchase offers.
The Roadshow encourages anyone planning
a visit to take a minute and examine their jew-
elry box or their lock box at the bank and gather
anything ihat is gold. If a guest is not sure if
something is gold, bring it anyways and the


Got gc.'?' This week, visitors can cash in on antiques, collectibles, gold, silver, coins


Roadshow staff will test it for free. Other gold
items of interest include gold coins, gold ounc-
es, gold proof sets and dental gold.
COr'er types of items Roadshow specailists
hope to see include old toys and train sets. Ar-
chie Davis, the Roadshow's toy specialist, spoke
about some of the top toys getting great offers.
"Old tin wind-up toys from the late 1800's
through the 1960's are in great demand right
now," said Davis, "especially those that are
character related. Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck,
the Flintstones or any other character toys are
sought after. Old Buddy L toys from the 1920's
to the 1960's are especially in high demand."
Basically any toys made be-
fore 1965 are wanted.
Train sets made by Lionel,
American Flyer, Marklin and
others have the potential to
fetch a large sum. Davis
also stressed, "Toys with
boxes and in mint condition
bring sensational prices.
S- Most of the toys that come
to the Roadshow are not in
perfect shape, but can still
:. bring good prices from col-
lectors."
its with a When specialist Tom
of his collectibles. Fuller was asked what he
enjoyed most about working
at the Roadshow, he was quick to answer, "Old
coins and r. jper currency-for as long as I can
remember, I have been fascinated with collect-
ing coins. I would go through the change in my
parents' grocery store, looking for rare dates
and errors. Once, I found a silver quarter that I
sold for $300. Not bad for an 8 year old."
Fu;'-r went on to explain that any U.S. coins
made before 1964 are the most sought after by
collect rs. Coins made before 1964 are 90%

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event. Broken jewelry, dental gold, old coins,
pocket watches, Krugerrands, gold bars,
Canadian Maple Leafs, etc.

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Community


B-1 Perry News-Herald June3-4,2011


Special Olympics athletes


compete in Summer Games


at Disney; welcomed home


by law enforcement escort


City supports Jerkins Precinct 13 Project
Perry Mayor Emily Ketring (right) shakes hands with Jerkins Community Center/
Precinct 13 Project Chairman Kenneth Dennis. The city recently agreed to donate in-
kind materials and labor for the project. According to Dennis, the goals of the three-
phase project are to repair and re-roof the community center's covered walkways,
provide additional restroom facilities and make improvements to the driveway.



License-free saltwater



fishing is this weekend


Remember how much
you used to enjoy saltwater
fishing? If it's been awhile
since you last wet a hook, or if
it's something you've always
wanted to try, the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) has
provided some incentive to get


you and your family out on the
water.
You won't need a saltwater
fishing license anywhere in
Florida during the weekend
of June 4-5. It's also the first
weekend of red snapper season
in the Gulf.
"We hope the public will take


Attention truck drivers:

Roadcheck 2011 hits

the highways June 7-9

The Florida Department of Transportation Office of Motor Carrier-
Compliance will take part in Roadcheck 2011, an international
activity June 7-9 throughout the United States, Canada and
Mexico.
Roadcheck 2011 will emphasize promoting both safety and
security on North American highways through the inspection of
commercial vehicles and drivers.
Truck and bus safety officers will be working during the
72-hour period checking vehicles and their drivers at inspection
sites throughout Florida.
In addition, roving patrols will inspect vehicles and drivers
traveling other highways.
Roadcheck 2011 also will emphasize enforcement of commercial
vehicle driver hours of service through a focus on checking driver
logbooks. Officers will be focusing on removing unsafe commercial
vehicledriversandvehiclesfromthehighways,educating government,
industry and the public about "the important role roadside'
enforcement plays in saving lives on North America's highways
and helping to provide a safe and secure place to travel."


*py 1st Birthday


advantage of the license-free
fishing weekend and reconnect
with fishing," said Nick Wiley,
FWC executive director.
"Florida is the fishing capital of
the world, and there is no better
time than now to enjoy our
many natural resources."
Not only is recreational
saltwater fishing fun, it's good
for Florida. Each year, both
resident and visiting saltwater
anglers contribute more
than $5.4 billion to Florida's
economy.
The second license-free
fishing weekend is June' 18-
19, coinciding with Father's
Day.. For more information
about saltwater fishing or the
cIense-free fishing weekends,
visit MyFWC.com/Fishing and
FishingCapital.com.


Submitted by TAYLOR COUNTY
SPECIAL OLYMPICS
On Sunday afternoon, May
15, Taylor County Special
Olympics athletes were
welcomed home in style from
the Special Olympics Summer
Games with a law enforcement
escort into town led by Perry
Police Department Sgt. Lin
Gray.
The excitement of the athletes
was obvious on the trip into
town as they were at every
window on the bus waving and
cheering.
The athletes had traveled to
Disney's ESPN Wide World of
Sports to compete May 13 and
14.
"Healthy Athlete," a team
of health professionals and
volunteers from across the
state which donates time and
services, screened participating
athletes during down times
between competitions. Athletes
are screened for any problems
they may have in many areas
including hearing, bone and
growth development, dental
and eye. Many athletes received
glasses at this time at no cost to
them or their families.
The competitions began
at 2 p.m. on Friday, May 13,


and continued until 5 p.m.
when all the Special Olympics
delegations were served a
healthy and delicious evening
meal. Following dinner, opening
ceremonies were held at ESPN
Stadium. Presentations were
made to Special Olympics from
several supporters, including
a $2 million donation from
Publix.
Special Olympics athletes
took part in the presentation of
colors.
Athletes from several
different counties led the
reciting of the athlete oath and
lighting of the Olympic Torch
as well as singing the national
anthem.
The entire stadium came
to their feet cheering and
clapping when the back gates
of the stadium opened and law
enforcement units from across
the state rolled onto the field
on motorcycles and cars with
lights and sirens blaring. Taylor
County was well represented by
Sgt. Gray in his patrol car.
Competitions resumed
Saturday morning at 7:30'
and continued throughout the
day until heavy rains forced
everyone to move inside.
As the storms passed, athletes,


coaches and chaperones
* returned to their hotel to get
ready for closing ceremonies
and the celebration dance to
follow.
All closing activities were
held inside the ESPN Field
House as rain continued to fall.
Each athlete who competed
in the state summer games
returned home with an award-
many with gold, silver and
bronze medals, others with
ribbons. They are all winners.
A very special thank you
to everyone who made this
weekend possible. We could
not do this without you. A
very special thank you to the
chaperones and coaches whQ
were with our athletes to make
sure they were well cared for and
had the best experience possible
Thank you to the Taylor County
School District for use of a bus
for our transportation and to
Mary Emory for driving us.
In closing, thank you to all
those/who support us with your
donations of money, time and
products to make these trips
possible. Without you, these
athletes would not be able t6
have this wonderful experience
that will stay with them for a
lifetime.


Register now for June 18 session

AARP safe driving course offered


An AARP driver safety
course will be offered
Saturday, June 18, at the
Perry Shrine Club from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m.


The cost for AARP members
is $12 ($14 for non-members).
Participants receive certificates
valid for a three-year discount
on auto insurance.


Space is limited; reservations
are encouraged. ....
For more information, please
contact Peggy Williams at 584-
2690.


Saturday, June 4

8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Buckeye Community Federal Credit Union
Small appliances, toys, shoes,
clothes in all sizes
Raising money for a cancer patient who is
traveling to Gainesville for chemo treatments.


TCHS CLASS OF 1961 50 YEAR REUNION
Friday, June 17, 2011 7 p.m.
Chicken & ribs at Camp Murphy
Hosted by Luke & Annie Mae Murphy
(Bring your favorite side dish)
Saturday, June 18, 2011 5 p.m.
Food, fellowship & 50's 60's music
Perry Elk's Club
(Cost $20 per person)
Sunday, June 19, 2011 8 a.m.
Breakfast at Golden Corral Restaurant
(Dutch treat)
For more information contact:
Bill Davis 850 545-3010 (cell)
Jim Herrington 850 584-9186 (home)













Entertainment


B-2 Perry News-Herald June 3-4, 2011


'Panda' provides martial



arts fun and adventure


Quality over




June's movie


The temperatures are rising and with a few box
office success stories already in the books, it's
really starting to feel like summer.
The irony about blockbuster season is that
with the studios counting on a few movies to
make big bucks at the box office, we actually
get fewer movies to choose from,
with everybody else protecting
their films by waiting until the fall
to release them. Compare April,
which had 17 movies in wide
release, to this month, which will
only see seven.
But there's a lot of potential in
those seven.
So let's get things started with
this weekend. For the second time
in three weeks, a movie has sole
possession of a weekend, this time
being "X-Men: First Class." It's
been 11 years since the original
"X-Men" film helped usher in
the current era of superhero
blockbusters, and five years since
"Last Stand" almost killed the
franchise. In "First Class," we
jump back to the 1960s to see how
Charles Xavier (James McAvoy,
"Wanted") and Erik Lehnsherr
(Michael Fassbender, "300") first
met as the friends who would go
on to become Professor X and
Magneto. The existence of mutants
is not yet public knowledge and
the pair strive to make sure their
first unveiling will be a positive
one. Matthew Vaughn ("Stardust")
directs with Bryan Singer, who
-irect-d"'-the"- first two "goo-d)
"X-Men" films, producing. Despite
the lackluster "Last Stand" and
"Wolverine" films, the trailers look
promising here.
The film is rated PG-13 for brief :
strong language, some sexuality '.'
and a violent image.
Next weekend we get two
movies, including kid-themed
"Judy Moody and the Not
Bummer Summer," based on the
book series by Megan McDonald.
Third grader Judy Moody (Jordana
Beatty) and her brother are left in
the care of their free-spirit aunt
Opal (Heather Graham "Austin
Powers") when their parents leave
on vacation. Judy creates a list of
dares to help spice up her summer
and Opal decides to help. There
are not many kids' movies geared
toward girls, so this one should
find an audience.
The movie is rated PG for some
mild rude humor and language.
Also opening next weekend is
"Super 8," the latest film from
director JJ. Abrams ("Star Trek").
Set in 1979, the story follows a
group of kids filming a super 8
movie who witness a train crash.
Soon their small town is beset by
the military as well as a series of
unexplained disappearances, all
of which seem to be connected to
the train's mysterious contents.
Steven Spielberg is producing
and the trailers have an "E.T."
vibe, although this alien (if it is indeed an alien)
seems to want more than to simply phone home.
Newcomer Joel Courtney leads the young cast,
which also includes Elle Fanning ("The Curious
Case of Benjamin Button"). Much of the story is
still under wraps, but the trailers have been some
of the most intriguing for any movie coming out
this month.


When Dreamworks Animation's "Kung Fu of slow-mo interludes, which can be found in
Panda" hit theaters in 2008, I marveled at how it almost every action scene in the movie, sometimes
was able to contain so much slapstick humor, but more than once in the same sequence. Although
keep its emotional integrity, they provide laughs, they distract from the action
t t I pointed out that comedies (and children's more than they enhance it.
SI movies for that matter), don't have to take Black once again leads a great cast. While Po is
i themselves too seriously, but they do need to take now a kung fu master, he still exudes the fanboy
| the characters and the stories they contain seriously qualities which made him so likable in the original.
Sand make us believe they do. All of the Five are great, with Jolie's Tigress getting
In the end, "Kung Fu Panda" did that, and some extra camera time. Oldman plays wonderful
se le ctio n s ultimately was a sign of villains and Shen is another
where Dreamworks was one for his resume.
heading, culminating last .. Shen is a great adversary
year with the superb "How to ?, for Po, using weapons that
The film is rated PG-13 for intense sequences of Train Your Dragon." circumvent our heroes' kung
sci-fi action and violence and some drug use. Now we have the sequel _" fu abilities. It allows Po to
On June 17, DC Comics flies back to theaters to "Kung Fu Panda," which ', maintain the kung fu skills he
with "Green Lantern," one of most well-known is another fun martial arts I learned in the first film while
characters not to have had his own live-action adventure with high-flying. still being at a disadvantage in
film. Ryan Reynolds, who defects from Marvel action, but ultimately it this one. The issues Shen has
after playing Deadshot in "X-Men forgets some of the lessons with his parents reflect Po's
Origins: Wolverine," is Hal learned, diminishing its own issues with discovering
Jordan, a test pilot who is given a overall emotional impact he was adopted as well as the
mysterious ring from a dying alien. and leaving the film feeling disturbing flashbacks he's
Hal becomes the first ever human somewhat empty. experiencing.
Green Lantern, an intergalactic "Kung Fu Panda 2" picks The problems in "Kung
force whose duty it is to protect the up some time after the Fu Panda 2" really aren't in
universe.DirectorMartinCampbell original, with Po (voiced the story itself but how it is
is new to the super-hero genre, but by Jack Black) now firmly presented on the screen.
his resume does include a solid entrenched with the Furious It's a busy film and never
list of action movies, including Five: Tigress (Angelina takes the time to catch its
the Bond films "GoldenEye" and Jolie), Monkey (Jackie breath and reflect on the
"Casino Royale." Green Lantern, Chan), Mantis (Seth Rogen), story. In my review of the
who has the ability to create the Viper (Lucy Lui) and Crane first film, I mentioned a
.form of almost anything with his (David Cross). moment about two thirds of the way through in
ring, is perfect for a blockbuster Like the original, the sequel begins with a which Kifu has to face a dramatic loss, a defining
summer movie, and as long as the 2D-animated opening telling the story of the moment for the character. A lesser movie would
story holds us as well, DC may peacock Shen (Gary Oldman,"The Dark Knight"), have thrown in a comedic pratfall from Po to liven
finally get the non-Batman hit who, after hearing a prophecy that he would be up the atmosphere. Instead, the scene simply fades
they've been looking for. beaten by an adversary of black and white, leads a to black, to be replaced by a serene wide shot of
The film is rated PG-13 for: campaign against the pandas. the shrine the next morning.
intense sequences of sci-fi violence Returning to the present, Shen returns from exile We never really get a moment like that in "2."
and action, to reclaim his birthright and wage war against kung There is, simply a lack of patience. If it's not an
S"Mr. Popper's Penguins," fu with his gun-powder cannons. intrusive gag, it's a potential plot thread left
starring Jim Carrey is an adaptation Po's village is attacked by Shen's forces looking unexplored, like the reasons behind Tigress'
of the 1938 children's book of for metal to melt down for more cannons. While various actions and reactions throughout the film.
the same name. The movie, with driving them away with the Furious Five, Po sees The editing is also very quick. Every time I thought
1E 8 Carrey in the title role, brings the Shen's symbol on a soldier's uniform and begins to there was going to be a pause, we quickly jumped
story to present, day and follows have flashbacks to his childhood. to the next action sequence. It's a shame really,
Tom Popper as he is given first Master Kifu (Dustin Hoffman) sends Po and the since the emotional stakes here have more weight
one then six penguins who turn -Five to stop Shen and save kung fu...not to mention than those in the first, and with that, the potential
his life upside down but may just all of China. The mission may give Po a chance to for something special to develop.
hini-oruiteu withd his. xarm d1---discover his true origins, but the emotional conflict Of course, a kid4's movie doesn't need to brood,
The trailers make it appear the it creates could put him and the Five in even.more but the right mix of emotion can elevate a fun
movie, from director Mark Waters danger. ...... diversion into a memorable experience such as
("The Spiderwick Chronicles"), Like I said, the original "Kung Fu Panda" "How to Train Your Dragon" or, to a lesser extent,
is bordering on the dumb was a success, with beautiful animation, strong the first "Panda."
funny side of things, but that's storytelling. and a great voice cast led by the "Kung Fu Panda 2" has the jokes to make you
pretty much Carrey's bread and comedic prowess of Black. laugh and the action and animation to make you
butter. The sequel gets two out of three right. Once gasp, but ultimately, lacks the heart to make you
The movie is rated PG for mild' again, the animation is a wonder, with gorgeous truly feel. It's a fun movie, but that's all.
rude humor and some language. scenic shots and well-choreographed action The film is rated PG for sequences of martial
The finale weekend of the month sequences. If I have one complaint it is the overuse arts action and mild violence.


brings with it, you guessed it, two
movies.
Up first is the PTA's worse
nightmare, "Bad Teacher,'"
starring Cameron Diaz ("Knight
and Day") as a terrible, terrible
teacher, whose sole goal in life
is to find a husband to take care
of her. She locks onto the new
substitute (Justin Timberlake "The
Social Network"), leadering her to
attempt to whip her kids into shape
so she can win a bonus to help her
afford some enhancements. Diaz
is apparently returning to R-rated
comedy, and while the red-band
trailer has a few laughs, we'll have
to wait and see if it was the right
decision.
The movie is rated R for sexual
content, nudity, language and some
drug use.
Rounding out the month is
"Cars 2," Pixar's first non-
"Toy Story" sequel, reteaming
Lightning McQueen (Owen
Wilson) and Mater (Larry the
Cable Guy) as they jet around
the globe for the World Grand Prix. The ante is
upped, however, when Mater gets involved in
an international espionage caper. Although the
first cars wasn't a dud, it was the least original in
Pixar's string of creative successes. Still, it's Pixar,
so you can expect superb animation and heart-
filled storytelling.
The film is rated G.


Taylor Made Sing will be June 10


The Big Bend Hospice of
Perry's Advisory Council
invites the community to attend
the 16th annual Taylor Made
Sing and Auction Friday, June
10, at First United Methodist
Church fellowship hall.
The event includes a chicken
dinner, music, and a live
auction. Take-out dinners will
be available starting at 5 p.m.
The serving line will be open
5 to 7:30 p.m. Tickets for the
evening are $7 for the dinner as
well as the music and auction.
Tickets are available at the Big
Bend Hospice office at 216 W
SMain St., from any advisory


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council member and at the door
the night of the sing and auction.
Cavaliers and the Taylor
County Brotherhood Choir will
provide an uplifting evening
of gospel music. The auction
will include homemade cakes
from Taylor County's best
bakers, great merchandise
and gift certificates from local
merchants. In addition, there
will be chance drawings for
super door prizes and a lucky
person winning the 50/501 cash
pot.
"We depend on the auction to
raise money to support hospice
care of our patients and their


families here in Taylor County.
The generosity of our local
businesses and professionals
will help Big Bend Hospice
continue providing quality end-
of-life care for our community,"
said Michele Brantley, Big Bend
Hospice Community Relations
Coordinator.
All proceeds from the Taylor
Made Sing and Auction will be
used to support patient care for
Big Bend Hospice patients in
Taylor County.
Call Brantley at 850-566-
7491 for more information, to
donate an item for the auction,
or to purchase a ticket.


CAL ENDAR EVENT


JUNE 1-26
The Hippodrome Theatre in
Gainesville presents, "Suds," the
story of a young woman and
the four guardian angels who
teach her about finding true love
in, of all places, a laundromat.
"Suds" is loaded with good
clean fun, bubbling energy and
more than 50 well-known songs
which topped the charts of the
1960s, including "Respect,"
"Where the Boys Are" and "Say
A Little Prayer."Ticket prices vary
depending on showtime and can
be purchased by calling 352-375-
4477 or online at thehipp.org.


JUNE 5
Tallahassee Bach Parley
will conclude its season
with "Cantatas, Cellos and
Coffee" at 3 p.m. at St. John's







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Fri. & Sat 7:30 p.m. om
Sunday 4:00 p.m. (P.G13)
Kung Fu Panda 2
Fri.&Sat 7:30 p.m. 90m
Sunday 4:00 p.m. (PG)
Pirates of the Caribbean
Fri. & Sat 730 p.m.
Sunday 4:00 p.m. (PG-a3)
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Episcopal Church. The Bach
Parley ensemble uses period
instruments which recreate the
way Baroque music sounded
when it was composed and
played hundreds of years ago
in similar settings to make the
experience historically authentic.
At this concert, The Bach Parley
will perform two cantatas by J.
S. Bach, BWV 196 and BWV
211, the "Coffee Cantata. A
donation of $5 is suggested for
Tallahassee Bach Parley concerts
and free childcare is available. For
additional information, visit www.
tallahasseebachparley.org. The
church is located at 211 North
Monroe St. in Tallahassee.


JUNE 3-4
Tallahassee's barbershop
Harmony chorus, The Capital
Chordsmen, will perform its


annual show "A Year in the
Life" two nights at Tallahassee
Community College's Turner
Auditorium at 7. Tickets are
$17.50 for adults and $15 for
seniors and students. For more
information, visit online at www.
capitalchordsmen.org..


JUNE 11
The seventh annual Parrothead
Phrenzy, presented by the
Tallahassee Parrothead Club,
will be held at The Moon.
Proceeds from the event will
benefit the Alzheimer's Project.
The concert will feature the
Jimmy Buffett tribute band Jason
Webb & The Caribbean Chillers.
Tickets are $20 and can be
purchased by calling 850-878-
6900 or visiting online at www.
tallahasseeparrotheadclub.com.


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B-4 Perry News-Herald June 3-4, 2011


DEADLINES:
The deadline for classified
ads are Monday by 5 p.m
for the Taco Times and
Wednesday by 5 p.m. for
the Perry News-Herald.


Small ads.. bigdeals!


-ACINri


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Auction this Friday! Downtown Perry.
6:30 p.m. corner of Green and
Washington. We have general
merchandise as well as tools,
collectibles, stereo equipment and
furniture. Something for everyone!
This week's featured items include a
large birdcage, a 30 gal. compressor
and a large lot of Army surplus
supplies. Call 850-672-9800 for more
information. Gary Bonney, Auctioneer
AU2021/AB2011.
05/6tfn

AUCTION, SATURDAY, JUNE 4, AT
6:30 PM. 1693 SW MOSELEY HALL
RD (CR360) MADISON. JUST
RECEIVED MERCHANDISE FROM A
LARGE DISCOUNT RETAILER. ITEM
SUCH AS: AIR CONDITIONERS,
TOYS, FOOD PROCESSORS, SAFE,
TOOL BOXES, JOINER/PLANER,
TABLE SAW, KITCHEN KNIVES,
STOOLS, AIR CLEANER, PUMPS
AND TOO MANY OTHER ITEMS TO
LIST, YOU WILL NOT WANT TO MISS
THIS AUCTION, COMFY SEATS AND
LOTS OF FUN. 10% BUYERS
PREMIUM. MC, VISA, DISCOVER,
DEBIT CARDS, CHECKS AND CASH
ACCEPTED. AU691 RON COX.
AB2490.850 973-2959
06/1-06/03PS

HBYARD
SAESi^IS


Moving sale, Saturday from 8:30 a.m.-
until at 3221 Vera Lane (off of Pisgah
Road). Furniture, houewares, TV's, toys
and much more.
06/01-06/03

Yard sale, Friday and Saturday from 8
a,m.-4 p.m at 3860 Polhill Drive, just
north of the gas plant. Something for
everyone. Furniture, refrigerators,
dishes, utensils, clothing (large), books,
Christmas galore, tools (power and
hand), fishing tackle and a boat
complete and ready to fish.
06/01-06/03

Yard sale, Saturday from 8:30 a.m.-until
at 302 West Ash Street (corner of
Calhoun and Ash Street). No early
5iids, please.
06/03

Yard sale, Saturday from 7:30 a.m.-until
at 403 West Ash Street. Clothes,
entertainment center, kitchen table with
chairs and much more.
06/03

Yard sale, Saturday from 9 a.m.-until at
102 .Donna Drive (Robertson
Subdivision).
06/03

Garage sale, Saturday from 8 a.m.-1
p.m. at 200 West Florida Street.
Household, antiques, clothes, wedding
dress, toys and much more.
06/03

Big yard sale, Saturday from 7 a.m.-12
p.m. at Yon Freeman-Courtney Road.
Take Slaughter Road, just before curve.
Follow signs.
06/03

Back porch sale, Saturday from 8 a.m.-
2 p.m. at 305 West Oak Street. Kitchen
items, decor items, school supplies,
linens, exercise lounger, rugs,
paperbacks and much more. Come see
usl
06/03

Yard Sale and Gift Shop
Thursday-Sunday from 9 a.m.-until
behind fruit stand on Keaton Beach
Road. Lots of hand-crafted items and
nives.
06/03

Yard sale, Saturday from 9 a.m.-until at
2530 Mixon Road (off of Foley Road).
12 Jon Boat (15 hp mercury with
trailer), 5 X 10 utility trailer, tools and
much more. Call 223-1786.
06/03

Moving sale. Everything goes. Tools,
saws, routers, riding mower, rolling tool
chests, torch set, impact tools, and
household items. Call James at 850-
584-5714.
06/03

Yard sale, Saturday from 7:30 a.m.-until
at 2645 Pisgah Road. Lots of kids stuff
and much more.
06/03

Yard sale, Saturday from 8 a.m.-12 p.m.
at 245 Will Clark Road. Down 221.
Name brand clothes, baby items,
household items and much more.
06/03

SHOPOHOLIC SALE! CHEAP
PRICES-Saturday at 7 a.m. at 1924
Piggah Rd. Clothes, baby, toddler,
youth & juniors, toys, home decor,
leather sectional $400, solid oak PC
desk $250. Call for previews 584-4009.
06/03

Yard sale, Saturday 7 a.m.-12 p.m. at
1111 West Green St. past Episcopal
Church on left. Loft of different things.
06/03


Need Cash?
Got Junk?
Got Junk Cars, Truck?
I buy Scrap Metals!!
850-838-JUNK (5865)
State Certified Scales
tfnRC

CASH for junk cars and trucks. FREE
removal, $120 to $225. Ask for Linda.
386-658-1030.
05/11-06/17

U-Pick Peaches

Hwy. 254

Dusty Miller Rd.

Madison, FL

Saturday & Sunday



June &

July

JD 544 front end loader for sale. Runs
good with rake and bucket. $10,000.
Call 352-498-3035.
05/20-06/15

White A.R.E. Topper. Cab high. For
Dodge truck with regular bed. $400.
Call 850-838-1891. Leave message.
05/25-06/03

Daylilies Blooming! Colorful hybrids in
pots for $3 & $5.
Abe Whitfield Turkey Roost Nursery.
Call 584-7395.
turkeyroost@fairpoint.net
05/25-06/03DW

Complete set of Confederate Veteran
Books. 43 volumes including the index.
Like new. New price $1,500, asking
$1,000. Call 584-4431.
06/03-06/15

21 ft. upright GE automatic defrost
refrigerator that is 3 years old. $200.
Call 584-2244 or 838-9707.
06/03-06/15

Small ads...
... BIG deals!!!!!


Yard sale, Saturday 8 a.m.-until at 85
Oakland Dr., between King Tree Video
and Pepperheads. A little bit of
everything.
06/03

4-Family yard sale, Saturday 8 a.m.-12
p.m. at Orange St. & Veterans Dr. inside
wood fence. Kids sleeping bags, 2
hunting bows, boy & girl, toddler
clothes, hairbows, soccer goal toy,
baseball hitting toy, planting pots, riding
toys, comforters, pack and play, wood
convertible crib, umbrella stroller, home
decor, wood computer desk, leather
loveseat, treadmill, tinkerbell power
wheel four wheeler, Vera Bradley purse,
wallet and pet camera, Playstation and
games, new Chevy Trailblazer taillight,
rose petal play cottage with stove and
washer.
06/03

Yard sale, Friday and Saturday from 9
a.m.-until at 3498 Hwy. 19. South
(across from Taylor Tech). Dell
computer system (Pentium 4, Windows
XP Microsoft Office, 17" monitor), color
wireless surveillance system with 2
night vision cameras ($150), Rattan
coffee table & end tables with glass top,
bassinet, stroller, children's bikes,
computer desk, print-scan-copy
combo, scanner, fax, file cabinet,
hedge trimmer, tolls, adult & child
tricycles, Play Stations 2 games, baby
clothes ($1), scrubs ($3), Denim (jeans,
shorts and shirts for $2), pool alarm,
small appliances, fashion jewelry and
much more. Low prices on everything.
06/03

Four family yard sale, Saturday from 8
a.m.-1 p.m. 802 Southwood Drive (at
the corner of Claire). Books, furniture,'
scrapbook items, clothes and more.
06/03

Yard sale, Saturday from 7 a.m.-until on
Green Farm Road to Azalea Road (not
Azalea Acres). Riding lawn mower,
antique chairs, tables, dresser w/mirror,
baby, toddler, teens and adult clothes,
gun case, dishes, NEW gas grill and
home decor. Call 838-9351.
06/03

HUGE church yard sale to support
Youth On Missions. Friday & Saturday 3
miles out on Hwy 98 West. 8am until ?
06/03

Yard sale, Saturday from 8 a.m.-until at
301 West High Street.
06/03

Yard sale, Saturday from 8 a.m.-until at
3930 Oak Lane Drive (behind King Tree
on 19 South).
06/03


A new low score program no score of
575 or lower 10% down on a new 3 or
4 BD MH. Call today to apply. 352-262-
4531.
:06/01tfntmh

A horse lovers dream. A 2005 Modular
home. 4 BD/2 bath on 2.5 acres near
Goethe Forest. Three board, no climb
fencing with 2 separate pastures. Only
$3,700 down and $506 per month.
Owner has financing, call 352-493-
9600.
06/01tfntmh
FOR RENT ---


1 BD/1 bath house for rent at 408 N.
Calhoun Street. Has a big and gated
patio. Everything included: water,
garbage, electricity and cable. Only
$245 a week plus $45 deposit. Call
786-344-2542.
05/13tfnLS

Office space for.lease. 224 N.
Jefferson Street. Will alter to suit. On-
site parking. Up to 4,000 sq. ft. SAH
Properties. Call 850-656-6340.
11/17fnks

1 BD/1 bath house remodeled for rent.
Patio in fenced in area. $595 rent and
$595 deposit. 408 N. Calhoun Street.
Call 850-672-0973.
04/29tfnLS

RV spot for rent. Not in park, includes
power, water, sewer, and cable for $350
a month. Call 727-433-4514.
05/25-05/27

TIDEWATER APARTMENTS
Now accepting applications for 2- 3
bedroom apartments. -0-rent for
qualified applicants.Water/Gas
furnished. On-site laundry. Public
transportation available. Close to City
Park, Boys and Girls Club, Shopping
Plazas. Call 850-584-6482.
TDD 711, EHO.
01/05tfnWA


FOR RENT
Anyone longforadeanplcebive?
I GOT IT!!!!!
Drug, Smoke & Pet FREE
Mobile Home 14 X 80
Total Electric, New A/C
Everything Remodeled
2 Bedrooms, 2 Full Bathrooms
Big Laundry Room
Kitchen with Big Pantry
Dining Room & Living Room
Front & Back Porches
Big Deck on Back, Single Carport
Utility Shed, Shade & Fruit Trees
On 1 Acre, 3 Miles from Town in
Good Neighborhood
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS
BACKGROUND CHECK
REFERENCES
$650.00 Month
1st, Last and Deposit
Please Call 584-6737
LEAVE MESSAGE


Registered Shittzu puppies, 6 females,
tri-color and black n white ones. 10
weeks old, UTD shots/wormings and
pad trained. $375. Call 584-9455
06/03-06/08



Brand new 2 or 3 BD/2 Bath DWMH.
$35,995. Includes delivery, setup,
AC/Heat, steps and skirting. Prestige
Home Centers, Chiefland. Open on
Sunday 12 to 5.800-477-2492.
01/14tfnph

Brand new 4 BR/2 Bath starting at
$55,995. Prestige Home Centers,
Chiefland. Open on Sundays, 12 to 5.
800-477-2492.
PH

Used & repo mobile homes. Financing
available. Prestige Home Centers,
Chiefland. Open on Sundays 12 to 5.
800-477-2492.
01/14tfnPH
Bank repo. 3 BD/2 Bath on 2 acres in
Shady Grove area. EZ financing with
low down payment. Prestige Home
Center, Chiefland. Open Sundays. 800-
477-2492
PH

A 4 BR/2 bath MH in Chiefland. Minutes
from Walmart. 10% down. $496.27 per
month. Owner has financing. Call 352-
262-4531.
05/25tfnTMH

If you have been turned down and have
a 575 credit score, we can get you
done. Call 352-303-8771.
05/25tfntmh

A 3 BD/2 bath Jacobsen on land in
Chiefland. 10% down, $358 per month
with free deck, carport and shed.
Owner has financing. Call 352-493-
9606.
05/25tfntmh


Fully furnished trailer for rent. 1 adult
only. No children. No pets. Satellite TV
and utilities included. $150 per week
plus $150 security deposit or $560 per
month plus $150 security deposit. Call
584-2199.
05/27-06/15

3 BD/2 bath for rent in Shady Grove.
Call 838-9514.
05/25-06/03

2 BR/2 bath SW trailer with a big yard.
Very clean. $500 a month and $500
security deposit. Call 386-776-2405.
06/03-06/08

2 BD/1 bath trailer for rent. Remodeled.
No pets. 1 year lease. 3 to 4 blocks from
shopping centers. $400 per month and
$400 deposit. Call 584-3835.
06/01
Taking applications for a 2 BR/1 bath
located in Everetts Mobile Home Park.
Water, sewer and garbage included in
rent. $475 a month and a $300 deposit.
Must have references. Apply in person
to Ms. Betty. 584-7094.
06/03tfnEMH
House 2 bedroom, 1 bath all electric,
central heat & air. Call 850-443-9642
06/03


3 BR/2 bath triplewide trailer for rent.
$750 a month.Two living rooms. A shed
for extra storage. Over an acre of land.
Call 850-295-3236 for more details.
06/03-06/08

2 BD/1 bath block house off of Dixie
Hwy. (Walk to Wal-Mart). Full kitchen
and a full bathroom in a nice quiet area.
$585 per month. (first, last and security
deposit required). Call Robert at 850-
223-3427.
06/03-06/08

2 BR/1 BATH DOLL HOUSE. NO HUD
APPLICANTS...MUST HAVE RENTAL
AND PERSONAL REFERENCES.
WASHER AND DRYER PROVIDED.
$600.00 MONTH WITH A $400.00
DEPOSIT. CALL ELLA JANE
FREEMAN @ 850-838-6941.
06/03

Taking applications for a 3 BR/2 bath
home set up on 1 acre lot at 4855
Debby Street (Off of Bradshaw Blvd.)
$575 a month and a $300 deposit.
Perry Repo Outlet. Ask for Betty. 584-
7094,
06/03tfnEMH

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Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from Monthly $585
(required $45 deposit), $165 weekly or
$40 daily (tax included). 317 N. Byron
Butler Pkwy. 850-672-0973.
1/7tfLS

Westgate Rooms available for rent.
Refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable,
AC/Heater. Everything included. $165
weekly, $40 daily, $585 per month. RV
sites $20 daily, $100 weekly, $350
monthly. Tax included. 1627 S. Byron
Butler Pkwy. 850-299-6554.
tfLS




LOOKING FOR A
HOUSE TO RENT IN
PERRY
3 or 4 Bedrooms
2 Baths Clean
Nice Neighborhood
NO SMOKING
NO PETS
Please Call Jay at
(850) 584-3200
(210) 535-4742 (cell)

Woodridge Apartments
accepting applications for 1, 2, and 3
BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments. HUD vouchers
considered. Call 850-584-5668.709.W.
Church St., Perry, FL 32348 TDD 711.
"This institution is an equal opportunity
provider, and employer."
05/19WA

2 BD/2 bath for rent on Lipscomb Circle
in Perry. Call 838-9514.
05/25-06/03


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) 584-7466.
EF

1 acre of land for sale in Steinhatchee.
Quail Run Subdivision located on
Sweetgum Drive. Owner financing
available. $500 down and $250 a
month. Call 352-498-3035.
05/20-06/15

3 BD/2 bath DWMH on about 5 acres of
land. No owner financing. Serious
inquiries only. $59,000. Call 850-295-
4668 or 850-371-0124.
05/25-06/17

A 2009 Destiny Bank Repo 3 BD/2 bath
1780 sq. ft. Looks brand new. Delivered
and set up on your land. 10% down,
$526.65 per month. Owner has
financing, call 352-493-9606.
05/25tfntmh

Recently foreclosed. Special financing
available. Any credit. Any income.
Vacant land . . located at, 5635
Woods Creek Rd., Perry, $84,900. Visit
www.roselandco.com/87H. Drive by
then call (866) 924-8348.
05/27-06/03DG


If you have been turned down and have
a 575 credit score, we can get you
done. Call 352-303-8771.
05/25tfntmh

House for sale or rent to own. 4 BR/2
bath wood fireplace. 1 acre with a chain
length fence. 5 miles from beach. Call
850-838-6536.
05/27-06/08

Spacious home with 3 BR 2 1/2 bath
built in 1986. Large kitchen features
custom maple cabinets and large
center island. Perfect home with
oversized windows, wood burning
stove, wood and tile flooring, and 6 ft.
fenced back yard. 304 W. Oak Street.
$179,000. Call 850-371-4641.
06/01-06/24

New house in Ocean Pond Subdivision
only a few miles from Keaton Beach.
1568 sq. ft. of living area. 3 BR/2 bath
with all new appliances, carpet and
hardwood flooring. Open kitchen and
living room area. Sitting on 2 acres of
land. Ready to move in. Reduced to
$137,500. Make offer. Call 672-0536.
06/03-06/29

Two 2 BD/1 bath block houses sold as
a duplex. On 50 ft. X 156 ft. of a city lot
off of Dixie Hwy. (Behind Wal-Mart).
Property valued at $93,000. For sale for
$85,000. "As Is." Must see. Will not last
long. Call Robert at 850-223-3427.
06/03-06/08

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New tires starting at $45 through
March only at Ryan's Everything
Automotive! Call Justin at 850-584-
8900, 4053 US 19 S. in Perry.
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2005 GMC Canyon SLE. Low mileage,
good condition, MP3 and a CD player.
Dealer price, $13,300. Asking Kelly
Blue Book wholesale price, $10,600
obo. Great deal. White crew cab. Call
584-7912.
05/27-06/08
12002'-ORD ,550011 SE Et)eKt HWt0vloA
MILES. $8,500. WELL UNDER BOOK
ONE OWNER. GARAGE KEPT
IMMACULATE. ALL MAINTENANCE
RECORDS. Call 672-0359
06/01-06/03

Good transportation vehicles starting at
$700 in Madison County. Call 850-948-
4869.
06/03

Ford 150 great condition 2002 super
crew Fx4 with only 57,000 miles. Black
ext., tan int., 4dr, automatic, 4wd,
leather interior. Lots of accessories
included: tool box, step bars, grill guard
and spray-in bed liner. K&N air intake
system already installed. 5.4 Triton
engine. Asking $14,000. Call: 850-
843-3951
06/03-06/08



2010 Poulan riding lawn mower (14 hrs.
used) Moving. Must sell. $800. 2009
Aluminum bqat trailer. Fits 20-24ft.
$2,500.200 HPYamaha for $4,000. Call
850-295-5890.
05/25-06/10
Having a yard sale. Advertise it in the
Perry News-Herald. Call 584-5513
to find out more information!


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WATER FRONT LOTS FOR SALE ON
CEDAR ISLAND ON THE CANAL
AND BAYFRONT. Starting at $49,900
with new seawall, water and sewage.
Owner financing is available with 15%
down (limited number at this price). Call
Don Everett Sr. at 850-584-6666.
04/29tfnWO
40 acres of land for sale with 500 ft. of
frontage on Dennis Howell Road. Call
850-656-6340.
03/23tfnKS















13' Stumpknocker river boat with like
new low use 15 hp Mercury motor. Will
sell separately. Asking $2000. Will
negotiate. Call 584-3055 or see at
Crews Marine, 6985 Hwy 19 S.
05/27-06/08

1993 24' fully loaded Popup Skamper
with extras. Must see. $2,000. Call
Susie for more information at 584-
9303.
06/03

EZ Go golf cart Older model. 2 cycle
gas engine. Runs and looks good.
$600. Call 371-1432.
06/03



TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERs
Full-Time Library and Information
Services Director. $34,777 -$40,310
DOQ. Full-time Fire
Fighter/Paramedic- $11.10/hr.
Mosquito Spraying Truck Driver
(Temporary, seasonal) $8.00/hr. Call in
Roll Off Site Attendants. $7.31/hr.
Applications and job description can
be obtained from
www.taylorcountygov.com, Mobile
Career Lab at Perry K-Mart on
Tuesday, Wednesdays or Thursdays
9:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m.; or Workforce
Position open until filled. Taylor County
SBoard of County Commissioriers is an
EEO, VP, DT, background check
employer.
10/27tfnbcc

Part-time housekeeper needed. Willing
to work Sundays in Steinhatchee. Must
be experienced, have pleasant
personality, work well with others and
drug free. References required. Call
352-498-4049 or fax resume to 352-
498-0640.
06/01-06/10

BE A CNA
Train now for jobs in healthcare..
Professional environment/instructors.
No GED or High School Diploma
required if age 18. 40 hour prep class
plus training. QUEST TRAINING
SERVICES. 386-362-1065.
05/20-06/29

Owner Operators: Home daily with
dedicated runs. Excellent rate and paid
FSC. 80% drop and hook. Great fuel
and tire discount programs. CDL-A
with 1 year tractor-trailer experience
and TWIC required. Call Comtrak at
800-224-2641, ext. 4978 or apply
online at www.comtrackinc.com
06/01-06/10


Technical Representative Needed.
Must have high school diploma or
equivalent, a valid driver's license,
basic computer skills and knowledge of
basic tools and equipment.
Construction experience preferred and
no previous employment history with
Big Top Mfg. A mandatory drug
screening and felony back ground
check will be preformed. Accepting the
first three (3) qualified applications,
apply in person at Big Top Mfg. Big Top
is an equal opportunity employer that
does not tolerate discrimination in
employment based upon race, sex,
religion, color, nation origin, age,
disability, marital status, special
disabled veteran or any other
characteristic protected by law.
05/27-06/01BT



5 star customz auto body and custom
upholstery. Paint jobs from $500. Call
223-2625 or 371-1556. Licensed.
06/03-06/10

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(Fri.)
John Sesock's
Tree Service/Stump Grinding
*Tree Trimming/Bucket Truck
*Free Estimates
*Licensed & Insured Tree Expert
Also, Bobcat Work Done
Root Rake, Grabbler, Front End
Loader for Excavation/ Cleanup,
(850)-584-2027 (H)
(850)591-8301 (C)
See ad in phone book page 110.
06/01-06/29

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

RES Ron's Electrical Service LLC
EC13004582-lnsured
*Commercial
*Industrial
*Residential (Home & Mobile Home
Repairs)
*Petroleum Industry
850-677-0452
Ron Miller, Owner/Operator
04-06-05/25

A to Z Farm and Lawn Service
Land clearing, tree trimming/ removal,
dump truck service, harrowing, bush
hog mowing, rake work, dirt leveling


Refuge House, Inc. is looking to fill the and complete lawn service. Call 584-
following position: One full time Shelter 6737
Advocateitoxwork o6 thewhotline an a ldetinaa \,-l,.-, t, (,,. -. *, -
the shelter in our Perry location. Core
duties include crisis intervention, TALL TIMBER TREE SERVICE
counseling, and advocacy to all victims 'Stump Grinding
of domestic and sexual violence living *Tree Trimming
within the emergency shelter and to 'Tree Removal
victims calling in on the 24-hour 'Debris Removal
hotline. 'Bucket truck use
Required to update and maintain 'Bush Hogging
hotline and referral sources, screen all *Free Estimates* and
victims for shelter eligibility, call *Great Rates*
hospital volunteers, document services Call today
in participant files, provide daily 850-838-5923 or 850-584-8191
household needs to residential Mark A. Moneyhan
participants and other duties required Certified Quality Specialist
of the position. Positions are scheduled 04/27-07/15
Sfor irregular hours, as this is a 24 hour
program position.
Qualifications are a bachelor's degree
in human services, Or 2 years of
relevant experience or significant work Taylor county School District
experience. Refuge is an equal 18 Nort ark Street
opportunity employer. Disability Will be participating in the Summer
:accommodations available. Call 850- Food Service Program during the
922-6062 extension 1003 or send e- months of June, July 2011.
mail at carons@refugehouse.com for Nutritionally balanced meals will be
provided to all children regardless of
more information, race, color, sex, disability, age or
03/23tfnRH national origin during summer
vacation when school breakfasts
AVONI Call now to get start- earn u and lunches are not available. All
ON earn up children 18 years old and younger, if
to 40% still only $10 for Start Up Kit! open site, are eligible for meals at no
For appointment call: 850-570-1499 charge and there will be no
TDtfn discrimination In the course of the
meat service. The programs are only


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approved for geographical areas of
need where 50 percent or more of
the children qualify for free and
reduced price meals during the
school year.
Summer feeding sites that are
located at schools provide meals to
all children in the immediate vicinity
in addition to those enrolled in
summer school.
The following sites will participate in
the Summer Food Service Program:
Child Development Center, 508 N.
Aquanaldo Ave., June 14th, thru July
29, 2011. Only Monday thru Friday -
Breakfast 8:00 a.m.to 8:30 a.m. Lunch
11:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Taylor County Elementary, 1600 E.
Green Street, June 13th thru July 21st.
Only Monday thru Thursday -
Breakfast 7:30 a.m.-8:00 a.m. Lunch
11:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Both schools will not be open on July
4th.
Any person who believes he or she
has been discriminated against in
any USDA-related activity should
write or call immediately to:
USDA
Director, Office of Civil Rights
1400 Independence Avenue, S.W.
Washington, D.C. 20250-9410
or call (800)795-3272 (voice) or
(202)720-6382 (TTY)
USDA
06/03

NOTICE
BID #2012-01
THE DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD OF
TAYLOR COUNTY IS PRESENTLY
SOLICITING SEALED BIDS FOR
PETROLEUM PRODUCTS WITH BIDS DUE
NO LATER THAN 9 A.M., FRIDAY JUNE
10TH, 2011.
BID SPECIFICATIONS MAYBE OBTAINED.
AT THE SCHOOL BOARD FINANCE
OFFICE. 318 NORTH CLARK STREET,
PERRY, FLORIDA 32347.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION,
CONTACT CARSON WALKER,
(850)838-2505.
06/03

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON
TRUST
COMPANY, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
FKA
THE BANK OF NEW YORK TRUST
COMPANY,
N.A. AS SUCCESSOR TO JPMORGAN
CHASE
BANK N.A. AS TRUSTEE FOR RAMP
2006RZ4
Plaintiff,
CASE NO.: 62-2010-CA-000448
DIVISION:
vs.
BONNIE M. LOLLIS, ET AL,
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
a Final Judgment of Mortgage
Foreclosure dated May 18, 2011 and
entered In Case No. 62-2010-CA-
000448 of the Circuit Court of the
THIRD Judicial Circuit in and for.
TAYLOR County, Florida wherein THE
BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON TRUST
COMPANY, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
FKA THE BANK OF NEW YORK TRUST
COMPANY, N.A. AS SUCCESSOR TO
JPMORGAN CHASE BANK N.A. AS
; l' SitEE _F' MtP. elp 2:.-i.:..:-1 Is the-
Plalr, i.rl i .)ro '.l I IE f 1 ..'Ll.I3; PRIM E
ACCEPTANCE CORP.; are the
Defendants, The Clerk of the Court
will sell to the highest and best bidder
for cash at 108 N. JEFFERSON STREET
ON THE FRONT STEPS OF THE TAYLOR
COUNTY COURTHOUSE at 11:00 AM,
on the 21st day of June, 2011, the
following described property as set
forth in said Final Judgment.
LOT 10, BLOCK B OF MAE HEIGHTS, A
SUBDIVISION, ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 1, PAGE 123, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA
A/K/A 321 WESiSIDE AVENUE, PERRY,
FL 32347.
Any person claiming an Interest In the
surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the
date of the Lis Pendens must file a
claim within sixty (60) days after the
sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and seal of this
Court on May 19, 2011
Anrtle Mae Murphy
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: MartI Lee, DC
Deputy Clerk
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate In this
proceeding, you are entitled, at no
cost to you, to the provision of certain
assistance. Please contact:
Ms. Yanel Gonzalez
P.O. Box 1569
173 N.E. Hernando St. Room 408
Lake City, FL 32056-1569
Phone: 386-754-1569
Fax: 386-758-2162
06/03,06/10

THE CARLTON CEMETERY IS
CURRENTLY TAKING BIDS FOR
CONTRACT. ANYONE INTERESTED
CAN CALL 584-5407 AND LEAVE
CONTACT INFORMATION. BIDS CLOSE
JUNE 15, 2011.
06/03,06/10

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT


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IN AND OF TAYLOR COUNTY FLORIDA
IN RE: ESTATE OF
FILE NO. 11-278-CP
HELEN AMELIA STRUBELL BOWMAN
DIVISION PROBATE
a/k/o HELEN A. BOWMAN, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
HELEN AMELIA STRUBELL BOWMAN
a/k/a HELEN A. BOWMAN,
deceased. File Number 11-278-CP is
pending in the Circuit Court for Taylor
County, Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is P.O. Box 620,
Perry, Florida, 32348. The names and
addresses of the personal
representative and personal
representative's attorney are set forth
below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE
NOTIFIED THAT:
All persons on whom this notice Is
served who have objections that
challenge the validity of the will, the
qualifications of the personal
representative, venue, or jurisdiction
of this Court are required to file their
objections with this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate
on whom a copy of this notice Is
served within 3 months after the date
of the first publication of this notice
must file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR
THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and persons having claims or
demands against the decedent's
estate must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
Attorney for Personal Representative:
BARRY E. HUGHES, ESQUIRE Florida Bar
No: 375748900
Big Tree Road
South Daytona, FL 32119
Telephone: (386) 788-9667
Personal Representative:
CHRISTOPHER S. STRUBELL
241 Leisure Circle
Port Orange, FL 32127
06/03,06/10

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN. AND FOR TAYLOR
COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION
VANDERBILT MORTGAGE AND
FINANCE, INC.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CASE NO. 62-2010-CA-000501
LARRY D. DAVIS; THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF
LARRY D. DAVIS; IF LIVING, INCLUDING
ANY
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SAID
DEFENDANTSS, IF REMARRIED, AND IF
DECEASED, THE RESPECTIVE
UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
LIENORS, A ND TRUSTEES, AND ALL
OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST THE
.'NAMED DEFENDANTSS; UNKNOW.~h0\;
TENANT 1; UNKNOWN TENANT #2;
Defendant(s)
AMENDED
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant
to a Final Summary Judgment of
Foreclosure entered in the above-
styled cause, in the Circuit Court of
Taylor County, Florida, I will sell the
property situate In Taylor County,
Florida, described as:
COMMENCING at the Southwest
corner of the Southeast 1/4 of
Southeast 1/4 of Section 32, Township
4 South, Range 8 East; thence run
North 210 feet; thence run East 189
feet to a POINT OF BEGINNING;
thence from said POINT OF
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thence run East 187 feet; thence run
South 210 feet; thence run West 187
feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Said
lands situate, lying and being In Taylor
County, Florida.
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Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida 32347
at 11:00 a.m., on June 21, 2011.
DATED THIS 1 DAY OF JUNE 2011.
Any person claiming an Interest In the
surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the
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claim within 60 days after the sale.
Witness, my hand and seal of this
court on the 1st day of June, 2011.
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: Marti Lee, DC
Deputy Clerk
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"Being class president since the middle
school has been both an honor and such a
learning experience. Each year I was able to vaya Sutt
mature more and become a better leader and
representative for my class.
"The thing I will miss most about being
class president will probably be the social
interaction the position has granted me. I have
loved representing my classmates' different
ideas and beliefs throughout the years.
"I will take with me confidence in who I am
and what I believe after I leave Taylor County
High School.
"It has been an honor to serve as the Class of
2011 President." Chelsee qTucier-.



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BEGIN YOUR FINANCIAL SECURITY
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My how you have grown. Before long you will
be moving from home. Seems like yesterday
you were just a baby, now you have turned into
a beautiful young lady. You have your whole
life before you. In the years to come, what will
you do? We pray that all your dreams come
true. You are dearly loved by us (your Dad and
me). Just remember that God is always with
you in everything you do.


Love, Mom-Vera Griffin; Dad- Leroy Williams; Brother- Daryl; Sister- SaMetri; Nephew- Josh
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Quotable

Quotes

The following quotes
were taken from famous
commencement speeches given
over the past 70 years:
"Never give in. Never
give in. Never, never, never,
never--in nothing, great or
small, large or petty--never
give in, except to convictions
of honor and good sense. Never
yield to force. Never yield to
the apparently overwhelming
might of the enemy."
--Winston Churchill
"The knowledge that you
have emerged wiser and
stronger from setbacks means
that you are, ever after, secure
in your ability to survive.
"You will never truly know
yourself, or the strength of your
relationships, until both have
been tested by adversity.
"Such knowledge is a true
gift, for all that it is painfully
won, and it has been worth
more than any qualification I
ever earned."
--J.K. Rowling
"You have achieved your
goal, and now you are ready to
begin another chapter. Now you
really start real life.
"Real life may be more
complicated. It is bound to
face some unhappy things and
hindrances and obstacles,
complications.
"So it is important to have
determination and optimism
and patience. If you lack
patience, even when you face
some small obstacle, you lose
courage. ;r .
S"There is ,a Tibetan saving,
'Even if you have failed at
something nine times, you have
still given it effort nine times.'I
think that's important.
"Use your brain to analyze
the situation. Do not rush
through it, but think. Once
you decide what to do about
that obstacle, then there's a
possibility that you will achieve
your goal."
--Dalai Lama
"Although you will never
fully know or successfully
manipulate the characters who
surface or disrupt your plot, you
can respect the ones who do by
paying them close attention and
doing them justice.
"The theme you choose may
change or simply elude you, but
being your own story means
you can always choose the
tone. It also means that you can
invent the language to say who
you are and what you mean.
"But then, I am a teller
of stories and therefore an
optimist, a believer in the'
ethical bend of the human heart,
a believer in the mind's disgust
with fraud and its appetite for
truth, a believer in the ferocity
of beauty.
"So, from my point of view,
which is that of a storyteller, I
see your life as already artful,
waiting, just waiting and ready
for you to make it art."
--Toni Morrison


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we ookforwardf to seeing

where your educatfonal

journey will take you

next. We're soproudof

you! CongratuhatTa ns
on your great

accomplishment!
Love,
ACllYour rFamily

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Go confidently
in the direction
ofyour dreams.
Live the life
you imagined.


All our love and
best wishes,
Mom, Dad,
Maw Maw
and Papa Henry
SHAE BRIANNA HORNER


Sa-Mia,
Your faith in God has
led you to this high
point in your life &
your continued faith
will lead you to many
more. You have grown
to be a beautiful young
lady. We could not be
any more proud of you.
Loving you always,
Mommy & Family


Allison,
I want you to know how proud I am of
you, not just for your graduation, but
proud to have you as my daughter.
As you finish one chapter in your
life and start another, remember to
always put your faith in God and He
will guide your way.


Love,
Dad


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Class of 2011


TTI graduates to be honored Friday at 7


Taylor Technical Institute
(TI) will hold graduation
ceremonies Friday, June 3, in
the Taylor County High School
gym, starting at 7 p.m.
TTI's 2010-11 GED
graduates are: Jarrod B.
Anderson, Roosevelt
J. Andrews, Dustin L.
Baumgardner, Kristopher N.
Beach, Linda Bell, Kevin L.
Berryhill, Zachary E. Berryhill,
Brittany C. Browning, Louis
L. Brummett, Cody W. Butler,
Harold D. Carlisle, Brandy
N. Carroll, Austin M. Conyer,
Ashley R. Darling, Melissa
A. Darnell, Chelsea A. Davis,
Joseph E. Davis, Travis E.


Dunn, Cheyenne J. Dunnell,
Shawnie M. Easlick, Brittany
J. Faircloth, Traci J. Fronrath,
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TAYLOR
TECHNICAL INSTITUTE
WORKFORCE EDUCATION
Elisha J. Gruber, Edward J.
Harris, Ethan R. Harrison,
Ricky C. Hudson, Martin L.
Hunter, Christopher K. Irvin,


Adrian D. Jaycox, Leslie P.
Jaycox, Steve A. Johnson,
Chloe A. Jones, Dennis J.
Kelso, Rabecca M. Lamb,
Jumelia D. Lee, Billy J. Loyd,
Virginia L. Lundy, Michael
L. Lusby, Richard E. Lytle,
Letoyia J. Manning, Brittany
L. Markey, Andrew M.
McMullen, Joshua D. Miles,
Christine M. Miranda, Mark R.
Myer, Tiffany N. Nix, Bobby
L. Omans, Jessica L. Padgett,
Rebecca S. Parker, Addie I.
Peacock, Ciara D. Perkins,
Jared L. Phelps,Austin D. Pratt,
Kevin L. Rayburn, Heather N.
Redifer, Jacob M. Redwood,
Christopher W. Robinson,


Eli H. Russell, Kennenth M.
Sanders, Monique Sherburne.
Alaina M. Shiver, Lauren
R. Simpson, Misty Smith.
Damian J. Steely, Marisa B.
Suggs, Marissa D. Swindle,
Richard A. Tuten, Corey L.
Valliere, Hilarie M. Walford,
Dante R. White and Chelsea K.
Yates.
TTI's Academic Career
Education (ACE) graduates
are Stephanie Marie Britner,
Baillie Jean Brown,Tara Renee
Chancey, Jourden Alexander
Crebessa, Desiree Julisa Gant,
George Franklin Gant III,
Christopher David Garbe and
Tevin Torrell Jones.


ACE graduates
Taylor Technical Institute's Academic Career
Education (ACE) 2011 graduates are shown above.
They are: bottom row, left to right, Tara Chancey and
Desiree Gant; middle row, I to r, Stephanie Britner and
Baillie Brown; top row, I to r, Jourden Crebessa and Tevin
Jones. Not pictured are George Gant and Christopher
Garbe.


Congratulations Samantha Curry
We are so very proud of you for
placing 3rd in the graduating
CLASS of 2011 from TCHS.
You go Miss Summa Cum Laude"
nd of course.....GOOOOOO GATORS!!!!!


S DYLAN
SR. 2011


SON


WE ARE SO PROUD OF THE YOUNG MAN YOU HAVE BECOME!!!
ITS TIME FOR YOU TO SHOW THE WORLD WHAT WE'VE KNOWN ALLALONG!!
WHEREVER YOU GO, GO WITH ALL OF YOUR HEART!!


Keep your eyes onJesus
Make His Word your lamp

SSeek Godly wisdom

j|rC^Be still and k 'how'that He is God

Trust & acknowledge Him always,


Faith Baptist Church

Congratulations to our 2011 Graduates!

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Candice Story


Kaylee Akins


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Thurs. 8:00 am-noon
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(850) 584-2408


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Congratulations! 'We are so
proudofyyou andare excited to
watch your future unfold 'Use
the talents and abilities Godc
has given you andHfte willgive
you the desires of your heart.
'We love you!
aDad AlCison, Ciera,
Granddaddy, Grandinma,
Aunt Jimmie, UlncCe Ray,
BRae Noean-Hunter,
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Volunteer opportunities can



benefit college-bound teens


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3 graduate from


Aucilla Christian


Three Taylor County
students graduated from
Aucilla Christian Academy
(ACA) during commencement
exercises on Saturday, May 21,


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in the auditorium.
Justin Barfield, secondary
English teacher and faculty
chair for ACA, was the featured
speaker.
Of the 26 graduates, the three
from Perry were: Marshall Kent
Jones II, Julie Ann Schwab and
Chelsea Taylor Wallace.
Valedictorian was Kaitlin
Elizabeth Jackson and
salutatorian was Lizeth Abigail
Vasquez.
The baccalaureate service
was held Friday, May 20,
at 7 p.m., also in the ACA
auditorium. The Rev. Daryl
Adams, pastor of Central Baptist
Church and Bible teacher/
coach at ACA, spoke at the
event.


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When attempting to gain
acceptance to the college of their
choice, teenagers quickly learn
that admission requirements
extend beyond their report
cards.
Colleges weigh academics
considerably, but many
institutions of higher learning
also want well-rounded students
who will make great additions
to the community as well as the
classroom.
One of the things admissions
boards look for in an applicant
is his or her track record
of volunteering. Though
students likely won't be denied
admission if they have never
volunteered, it never hurts
to have volunteer work on a
resume, and some students have
even earned scholarship money
thanks to their record of service.
Parents who want to help their
child find the right volunteer
opportunity should consider the
child's hobbies and interests.
Oftentimes, a child's favorite
hobby matches up perfectly
with a volunteer opportunity.
When such a match is made,
teenagers tend to look forward
to their volunteer work and
might even find a career path
they'd like to follow.
The Athlete
Students who love sports
are likely to discover a host of
volunteer opportunities at their


disposal. Special Olympics
(www.specialolympics.org)
is a rewarding volunteer
opportunity for adults and
children alike. Relying heavily
on volunteers, Special Olympics
needs volunteers to fill positions
that include athlete escort,
scorekeeper, cheerleader, and


even fans. Events occur 365
days a year, ensuring there is a
local opportunity for every teen
regardless of how hectic his or
her schedule might be.
The Traveler
Teenagers who love to travel
can combine that passion with
their desire to help the less
fortunate. Many programs
are designed for families who
want to go on service-oriented
vacations. For example, when
signing up for such a program,


Super Job, i


GRADS!

We would like to take this opportunity to
congratulate the Class of 2011. It's hard to
believe the day is finally here. You've worked
hard ~ and. made H through;~and we cotldl'tt
be more proud of you.


a volunteer might visit a less
fortunate country and help
build and renovate existing
structures. Global Citizens
Network (www.globalcitizens.
org) is one of many such
programs, and families will
work side-by-side with fellow
volunteers as well members of


the local community they're
helping. Younger volunteers
often find service-oriented
vacations especially eye-
opening, providing a different
perspective of the world they
might otherwise never be able
to witness or understand.
The Teacher
Teenagers who enjoy teaching
others might find a local
coaching opportunity suits them
best. Coaching doesn't have
to be limited to sports, though


grade-school aged children
often look up to the local high
school athletes and genuinely
appreciate when such athletes
take the time to work with them
personally. Additional teaching-
based volunteer opportunities
include the local music program
for the musically inclined teen
or reading to younger kids
through the local library's
reading program.
The Builder
Some teenagers are naturally
inclined to building, and they
might even be off to engineering
school once they earn their
high school diplomas. Before
applying to the school of their
choice, teenagers with a more
mechanical inclination might
find a volunteering opportunity
such as Habitat for Humanity(R)
(www.habitat.org) is the perfect
fit. No previous building
experience is required, and
volunteers both young and old
often find their time erecting
homes for the less fortunate
among the most rewarding
moments of their lives.
When attempting to find the
right volunteering opportunity
for their child, parents should
consider their kids' favorite
hobbies and then find a
volunteering opportunity that
enables them to combine that
passion with their desire to help
others.


Congratulations Addie Peacock
on all your hard work, accomplishments
and mostly for being you!
TTI's "The Perfect Finish Hair Styling Award"
God has great plans for you,
please listen closely for directions.

HUNTER BARFIELD SENIOR 2011















Hunter,
We are so very proud of you. We wish you success in all you do.
Always remember and always know, our love is with you wherever you go.
Love, Daddy, Kathy, Brilee and Triston


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What are the most popular college majors?


Taylor County high schoolers,
along with thousands of others,
are graduating and many will be
going on to college in the fall,
a decision that may have been
difficult to make.
When pondering their futures,
high schoolers may wonder
whether college is necessary
and a smart choice for success.
Although every student is
different and there are scenarios
that can affect anyone's
future, the decision to attend
college is generally beneficial.
It often opens up doors and
opportunities in the workplace
that a high school diploma alone
cannot. Here are some things to


consider:
It is a global economy with
many job applicants being
pooled from all over the world.
A higher education becomes a
necessity rather than a luxury.
College may open up
opportunities for internships,
which offer hands-on experience
in particular fields.
College can help develop
social skills that are a benefit in
and out of the workplace.
Generally college graduates
earn higher salaries than those
who only have a high school
diploma.
When students go on to
college, there are some majors


that prove more popular than
others. But the most popular
majors don't always ensure
the best-paying or most
rewarding jobs. According to
CareerBuilder.com, here are the
more popular college majors
and what they generally pay in
salary.
Biology: A biology degree.
is often the first step in a career
in medicine. Biologists may
specialize in biochemistry and
pharmaceuticals, which may
offer careers that pay a little
more. Biology majors can
expect to earn between $39,000
to $45,000.
Business Administration:
These graduates are often in


the right path for careers in
real estate and infrastructure
of big companies. These grads
often go on to get MBAs and
eventually become executives,
some even CEOs. Starting
salaries are among the more
lucrative at around $57,000.
Communications: These
majors are often in competition
with English majors for the
same jobs, which can include
interpreting visual and
verbal messages, advertising,
journalism, public relations and
speech writing. Salaries may
start around $31,000.
Criminal Justice: These
graduates have a number
of options at their disposal,


but tend to gravitate to law
enforcement. Government jobs
can be stable and lucrative,
and a good option for criminal
justice majors. Starting salaries
average about $38,000.
Elementary education:
Education is one of the few
careers that continues to grow
and provide good options for
applicants. Although good
teachers are an asset to future
students and workers, a teacher
earns the lowest starting salary
of the most popular majors,
averaging just $29,500.
Nursing: Nursing is one
of the largest industries inside
of the health care niche and
continues to add workers.


Nurses have a wide range of
options in jobs. Salaries begin
around $41,000.
Psychology: This is the
second most popular major,
usually for students who are
unsure as to where they want
to go in college. Psychology
students often combine their
major with others to have a
specific concentration, such
as adolescent counseling or
teaching. Starting salaries are
around $46,000.
College can unlock doors in
the career world. Depending
on what students want to earn
after graduation, college majors
should be based on interests and
earning potential.


Biology and communications are among the mpst
popular college majors.

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You have made us so p-ou4.
We can't wait to see what the
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We love you,
Your Family


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Daddy & Mama


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Time management tips for busy students


Although this week's
graduating seniors most likely
don't want to think about
more school quite yet, college
students are busier than ever
before and time management
skills learned now can save
headaches later.
Tuition hikes and higher
cost of living has forced many
college students to work


part-time jobs in addition
to their full-time jobs as
students.
In addition to the need to
work, college students are
also embracing extracurricular
activities in an attempt to make
themselves stand out in an
increasingly competitive post-
college job market.
Time is nften a enmmoditv


for college students, and
managing time effectively can
make the difference between
a successful student and
one who is overwhelmed by
stress.
Learn to prioritize. For some
college students, the weekend
is the ultimate priority. Though
this might be a recipe for fun,
it's not a rP ine for csnucse


College students must learn to prioritize their time, with school work hopefully
being top on the list.


Conglratua 20to


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Prioritizing both academic and
social commitments is a very
important step for students
looking to manage time more
effectively.
First and foremost, school
should be a student's top
priority. After studies, it's up to
a student to choose what's the
next most important priority.
This is often very difficult, as
colleges typically offer a bevy
of activities to students.
Don't over-extend. Many
students love college for the
very reason that there is so
much to do. However, with all
those activities, it's easy for
college kids to go overboard
and over-commit themselves.
Attempting to do too much
can lead to feelings of stress
and burnout, often resulting in
poorer academic performance.
When managing time, college
students should schedule some
daily time to relax and take a
breather.
Keep a planner. Daily
planners might seem very adult,
but they're also very practical.
Students with academic,
extracurricular and social
commitments should write
things down in a daily planner
to help keep their heads from
spinning. Smaller details that
tend to get lost in the shuffle
should be written down to


help students stay on track and
make the most of all of their
commitments.
Stay as flexible as possible.
While today's busy college
students might scoff at the
suggestion they stay flexible,
flexibility is an important element
of time management. Few plans
ever go off without a hitch, no


matter how well planned they
are. Something unexpected
tends to pop up around every
corner. By remaining flexible
with their time, students are
putting themselves in positions
to better handle these unexpected
surprises, be it a sickness, a
computer crash, car troubles.
etc.


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