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June 1-2,2012


Should

scalloping

season be

extended?
SThe Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission is considering
permanently adding two
weeks to the end of the
recreational season for bay
scallops and asking the
fPublic to take this short
survey to determine interest
in the potential change.
. You may click on the link
below to take the survey
(the survey will be available
until June 6) https://www.
surveymonkey.com/s/
ZGB6R7D.
The survey is also
available at MyFWC.com/
Fishing by clicking on
"Saltwater."
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Inside today
SThe Class of 2012 is
spotlighted in a special
graduation edition inside
today.

96'Click It or Ticket'
citations issued
The 2012 statewide Click
It or Ticket law enforcement
wave concludes this
weekend and the Perry
Police Department (PPD)
reports that officers have
written more than 96 seat belt
citations to date.
Officers also issued eight
child restraint citations. Eight
individuals were arrested
for driving with suspended
licenses.
"We also made one driving
under the influence (DUI)
arrest and three warrant
arrests as a result of the
increased traffic enforcement,"
;Sgt. Dodd Franklin said.
As part of the department's
traffic safety campaign,
"Buckle Up Florida" hand
fans will be distributed during
Taylor County High School
-graduation ceremonies'
Saturday morning at Dorsett
Stadium.

tet the adventure
begin!
Summertime was made for
adventures and adventures
are to be had at 4-H Camp
Cherry Lake June 11-15.
I Campers will participate
in swimming, canoeing,
hiking, archery, campfires
and recreational games, and
more while meeting new
*friends in the great outdoors..
"4-H Camp Cherry Lake
provides a unique educational
opportunity, emphasizing
Florida's ecosystems and you
will get to experience Florida's
'environment firsthand. 4-H
,Camp is open to youth ages
eight to 12. The cost is $200
for the week," 4-H Agent
Abbey Tharpe said.
For more information,
please call (850) 838-3508.



6 IIli

Math skills catapult


Gregory


By ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI
Staff writer
Math has always been
Mlacy Gregon.r's f .wi.-it
subject, one that "helps to
structure her mind."
Mastering math proved to
be a launch pad to success
for Gregory, catapulting her
to the top academically.
On Saturday, she will
take the podium to deliver


the valedictorian addi
for Taylor County H
School's Class of 2012.
Not sIIrpr ,' iigl ,
speech is already wri
and Gregory is turning
sights to the challenges
await at Santa Fe Univer
in Gainesville.
"I plan to obtain
bachelor's degree
nursing," she said.


to success

ress The daughter of Duane pocket.
[igh Gregory and Rhonda "I wanted to challenge
Gregory. Macy has two myself. so I pursued dual
li-i j.:,,nger" sisTeT'.esie;". -J er-ollment during my
tten and Taylor, 17. junior and senior years.
her "They were so excited for It was difficult at first'
that me when they heard I was striking a balance between
sity valedictorian." classes, soccer and other
When Gregory crosses extracurricular activities.
a the stage Saturday to accept But it all came together
in her diploma she will have
41 college credits in her Please see page 3


Reed sets sights on PhD


By MARK VIOLA
Staff writer
Taylor County High
School senior Kristen Reed
awoke Wednesday morning
to the sound of telephone.
The call was to deliver
the news that she had been
named the salutatorian for
the TCHS Class of 2012.
"It was a really good way
to wake up," Reed said. "My
mom brought the phone to
me (earlier) and told me to


answer it if it rang."
Reed said they had been
hoping for the call, since
"I had been in second all
school year."
In "first" was valedictorian
and cousin Macy Gregory,
who also received the news
Wednesday.
For Reed, keeping her
grades high has long been a
priority.
"My parents always
motivated me to get good


'Rivers of AWE'


awarded national


trail designation

Join the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) this weekend in celebrating the
designation of the "Rivers of AWE" the Aucilla, Wacissa
and Econfina rivers as National Recreation Trails.
This special event takes place on National Trail Day,
Saturday, June 2, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Wacissa
Springs County Park in Jefferson County. The event will be
cancelled if it rains.
"We'll be celebrating getting a trio of beautiful regional
rivers designated as National Recreation Trails," said Jerrie
Lindsey, director of the FWC's Office of Public Access and
Wildlife Viewing Services.
"This is our agency's third addition to the National
Recreation Trail System awarded by the U.S. Secretary
of the Interior," said Liz Sparks, recreation planner for the
FWC's Public Access and Wildlife Viewing Services office.
*- Please see page 8


grades and instilled in me
the desire to make good
grades."
Reed is the daughter of
Kelton and Amy (King)
Reed. She has a younger
brother Kaelen, who is in
10th grade. A native of
Taylor County, her family
moved to Arkansas when
she was two, returning here
when she was in fifth grade.
After graduation, she
plans to "take the summer


off" and attend North
Florida Community College
in the fall. There, her goal is
to "get my pre-requisites for
pharmacy and then attend
either the University of
Florida or FAMU.
"I know I want to do
something medical and
I feel I have the self-
motivation to get through
pharmacy school," said
.* Please see page 3


What's

new for


election

2012?
The "countdown to
choose" is here and
Supervisor of Elections
Dana Southerland reminds
residents that qualifying for
county and district offices
begins Monday, June 4,
at noon, and will continue
through Friday, June 8.
"There is still time for
an individual to qualify for
an office eyen if they have
missed the deadline to
qualify using the petition
method. A person may still
pay the qualifying fee if
they choose," Southerland
said.
"All candidates, including
those with no opposition,
will need to qualify. Please
call the' elections office
is you are unsure as to
what you need to meet the
qualification requirements."
She added, "There are
still two Taylor County Soil
& Water Board positions
open. If anyone is interested
in these positions, contact
my office for details on how
to qualify."
Southerland also noted a
precinct location change for
the upcoming elections.
"Due to the increase in
voters who live in Precinct
14, we are re-locating the
voting station to the portable
building :at the Taylor
County Sports Complex.
Precinct 14 is our second
largest precinct with nearly
.,400 registeredcUoters.".
Johnson Stripling Road is
the largest precinct.
Due to the recent
statewide reapportionment,
Taylor County has changed
both its House district
number and will also have
a new Senate representative.
"We will still be in Senate
District 3 however, we will
no longer be represented
by Sen. Charlie Dean and
will not be in his district.
Taylor County, along with
Calhoun, Gulf, Liberty,
Franklin, Wakulla, Leon,
Jefferson, Madison,
Gadsden and Hamilton,
will be in the same Senate
district.
"We will now be in
House District 7 along with
Calhoun, Gulf, Franklin,
Liberty, Jefferson, Madison,
Lafayette and part of Leon.
Locally, the board of county
commissioners decided not
to redistrict, therefore, none
"* Please see page 3


Library donation
United Steel Workers Lodge 1192 recently presented the Taylor County
Public Library with a more-than $1,000 donation for the Summer Reading
Program to help purchase participants' t-shirts. Shown above are Program
Coordinator Kim Pegg (right) and USW representative John Nance.


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B a c k A-2 Perry News-Herald June 1-2,2012


Strike

up the

TCHS

band!

Tommie Lee Fowler
Cone shares this
photo of the 1939
Taylor County High
School Band. Shown
are (back row)
Clayton Wilkes, Billy
See, Jack Joiner,
Doyle Woods, Arthur
Fletcher, Harold
Martin and Leo Day;
(front row) H.C.
Hawkins, Ray Evans,
Jack Fowler, Reid
Bethea, Morgan
Stephens, Ritch
Bethea, Prof. Evans,
Thelma Cutrer,
Tommy Lee Fowler,
Leonard Cone,
George Reddick and
Bill Hazzletone.


Glance at the past


Remember when...


I


THE PERRY
NEWS-HERALD


May 26, 1977

THE NUMBERS
GAME!
There were 203
graduating seniors pictured
in this week's edition',
including: Dale Andrews,
Johnny Denmark, Steve
Balkcom, Sandy Bennett,
Don Everett, Ben Flowers,
Julie Fouche, Henry Gent,
Cindy Brown, Mike Grant,
Ann Capell, Jeff Crain,
Keith Walker, Edwards
Williams, Barbara Clemons,
Mike Lockhart, Charles
Sadler, Debbie Mason,
Marilyn Meissner, Ben
Sparks, Nellie Jackson,
Drucilla King, Lisa Lawson,
Chuck Rigoni and Charles
Woods.
There were 8 mailboxes
vandalized on Airport Drive.
Investigators reminded that
tampering with mailboxes
is a federal offense. A
Winter Haven man reported
that 160 of his beehives in
the San Pedro Bay were
destroyed with kerosene and
DDT, killing all the bees
and rendering the wax and
honey worthless.
From the Division of
Forestry, there were 8 arson
cases reported including
a 25-acre muck fire on
Buckeye Cellulose property.
There were 200 Girl
Scouts and Brownies in
attendance for the Awards
Night program, with 16
leaders also represented.
The newspaper cost 15
cents and featured a picture


of poster contest winners at
Gladys Morse Elementary
where 27 students received
awards from the Taylor
Soil & Water Conservation
District. Pictured were Rob
Chesser, Lisa Hingson,
Karen Cruce, Robert
Wickham, Traci Clayton,
ric Jones. Andrea Hunford
aid Kjiriii Harrington.,

WHO'S NEW
Four new babies were
welcomed, including:
Edward Ryan Tolley, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
R. Tolley; Andrew Mat
Boname, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Boname;
Kathryn Lou Russell,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Reno Russell; and Christy
Lee Massey, the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Massey.

INTERIOR DESIGN
BYVERGIE
Vergie Andrews, owner
of Perry Drapery, presented
a program on interior design
to a class of 25. She was
assisted by Extension Home
Economics Agent Carole
Mott.

MORE GRADUATES
Deborah Jane McKee,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Elston L. McKee of Perry,
was among 275 to graduate
from Freed-Hardeman
College in Henderson, Tenn.
She earned a Bachelor of
Science degree.
Sam Poppell, the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
C. Poppell of Perry, was
scheduled to receive his


S Perry June 1-2, 2012
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P.O. Box 888
Perry, Florida


MD degree at the University
of Texas Health Sciences
Center in San Antonio.
Dr. Poppell was planning
to intern at Tripler Army
Medical Center in Honolulu,
Hawaii.

PROM-GOERS
EVACUATED??
Students from Taylor
County High School
and their dates for the
Junior-Senior Prom were
evacuated from Forest
Capital Hall for about 20
minutes after a bomb threat
was anonymously phoned
in. Law enforcement
officials were qtick tc'
remind that telephoning
a bomb threat is a felony,
and the investigation would
continue.


Editor's Note: James A.
Hendry penned the following
article, which was part of a
seven-chapter series published
in the Taylor County News
July 7-Aug. 19, 1970. The
series will be featured each
week on Looking Back until its
completion.
Some of the pastors of
the early Pisgah Methodist
Church beginning before
the Civil War were a Rev.
McCook, the Rev. Robert
M. Hendry and the Rev.
Spencer P. Fife.
There was possibly very
little pastoral oversight of
the church during the Civil
War years.
Immediately after the
Civil War, the Rev. R. H.
Barnett was sent to this
circuit known as the Taylor-
Lafayette Mission.
He was merely a boy
preacher but became one of
the outstanding preachers of
the Florida Conference for
more than 50 years.
I quote from his diary
about this Pisgah Church.
This was in the year of
1869:
"June 25th we ate dinner
and held the quarterly
conference. Two stewards
were present. Elected
brother Savage steward. We
appointed a committee for
church property for Taylor
and Lafayette Mission. The
stewards assessed for the


STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
DIDN'T MATERIALIZE...
Taylor County Baseball
Bulldogs' hopes for a
state championship didn't
materialize when the team
fell to Pace High School
in Miami 8-3. Reggie
Wentworth pitched the
first five innings and Steve
Balkcom came on in relief
during the sixth and seventh
innings.

ODOM 'ON
WINNING TEAM'
Bucky Odom of Perry
was pictured as a member of
the -winnmng -baseball leamn
at Marion Institute which
posted a 22-9 record for the
1977 season, winning 71
percent of their games.


pastor's salary for the year
$250. It was divided among
the churches on the charge
as follows: Friendship $30,
Oak Grove $15, Pisgah $10,
New Hope $30, Perry $25.
"In Lafayette County,
Cook's Hammock $40,
Scrub Hammock or Bethel
$20. My father was pastor
of this church when he died
in 1910. Bushy Hammock
$10, New Troy $25,
Fayetteville $10. Old Town
Hammock $30. July 20,
preached at Rocky Creek of
Pisgah, Ps. 116,12,14. Had
a good meeting. Old brother
Head closed for me. Went to
Sister Smarts for dinner and
to Uncle Bob's that night.
Called on the way to see
Sister Wilder who was sick.
July 21st, spent the day with
Uncle Bob.
"August 17, went by C. H.
to Rocky Creek, and Pisgah
and preached from Ps. 57
and 7. Had an excellent
time. Went to Brother Fife
to preach that night. Text
Rejoice Evermore. Had a
good meeting. One joined
the church. Went to Brother
Simmon's spent the night.
August 18, went to Sister
Wilder's for breakfast and
from there to Uncle Bob's
for dinner."
He mentions about
visiting in the home of Eli
,- Please see page 2


His face

on milk
cartons


By ANTHONY L. WHITE
anthonylamarwhite@yahoo.com
Children love taking pictures, and we love
taking pictures of our children.
Their framed photos sit on the mantel and
hang on the walls of our homes to make sure
visitors know whose house they are in.
We carry their photos with us to work and
strategically place them around the office or
worksite to remind us why we work so hard.
Men used to stuff .photos of their children
inside their ;wallets, while -women carried
overflowing photo albums inside their
pocketbooks. Today, those old, wallet and
album photos are stored on cell phones and
can be retrieved with a few keystrokes.
People love seeing their children in photos,
but there are some places they never want to
see their children's precious faces posted. One
of those places is on the side of a milk carton.
If you are younger than 30, you probably
think that milk cartons have always featured
the faces of missing children. However, there
was a time when milk cartons didn't function
as bulletins for missing children.
On May 25, 1979, a six-year-old boy, Etan
Patz, went missing while walking to the school
bus stop a few blocks from his house in New
York City's SoHo neighborhood. It was the
6-year-old's first time walking alone to the bus
stop. And, it turned out to be his last.
I was a high school freshman when Patz's
disappearance was the lead story in newspapers
and television newscasts across the country. I
remember it well. And, I remember how Patz's
disappearance sparked the movement to put
photos of missing children on milk cartons.
Officials felt at the time, and I still believe
this to be true, that placing the faces of missing
children on the side of milk cartons can be a
vital aid in finding some of the children. The
thinking was that milk was an important part
of most children and families' diets, so placing
photos of missing children on the side of
milk cartons would increase the chance that
someone may see the child and report it.
There are several documented cases where
children were found after their photo was seen
on the side of a milk carton. Unfortunately,
Etan Patz, one of the first missing children's
faces on a milk carton, was not one of those.
It has been 33 years almost to the date, but
a suspect has finally been taken into custody
in the 6-year-old's disappearance. According
to The New York Times and the New York
Daily News, Pedro Hernandez, was picked up
in Camden, N.J., last Wednesday. The suspect
reportedly told law enforcement officials that
he abducted and strangled the youngster, put
his body in a bag then placed the bag in a box
in Manhattan. According to the report, the
suspect said that when he returned the box
was gone.
The Daily News also reported that
Hernandez's name had come up on the
suspect list before Patz's case received
renewed attention in April when the basement
of a building near where Etan disappeared was
excavated. That search did not turn up any
new evidence.
It has been a long time coming, but I am
glad that Patz's family may have finally gotten
the closure they've needed since the 6-year-
old's disappearance. I'm sure Etan's parents
don't like to think about the circumstances
that sparked the movement to put the faces
of missing children on milk cartons, but the
efforts they made to find their missing child
helped many other parents find theirs. And for
that, we are all forever grateful.


Pastor's annual


salary: $250


I






A-3 Perry News-Herald June 1-2,2012


Reed excelled in art studies


-- L


Macy Gregory, left, and Kristen Reed are not
just classmates--they are also cousins. Their
grandmothers were sisters.

Commission to let voters

decide on new sales tax?
The Taylor County Commission will return to the issue
of a proposed half-cent sales tax for indigent medical care
Monday afternoon when they decide whether to advertise
an ordinance putting the question to the voters later this
year.
A divided commission voted 3-2 in May to have County
Attorney Conrad Bishop draft the proposed ordinance
after a request from Doctors' Memorial Hospital officials
(DMH), who said the hospital is writing off $700,000
a month in bad debt and charity care for those without
medical coverage and/or who do not pay their bills.
Should the commission agree to advertise the ordinance,
a public hearing will be held. If the ordinance is then
approved, the referendum will be added to the ballot.
According to the proposed ordinance, the ballot language
will read: "Indigent Care Surtax The purpose of the
0.5 percent surtax is to fund a broad range of health care
services for indigent persons and the medically poor who
are 'qualified residents' of Taylor County, Florida, and are
not eligible for any other state or federal program or having
medical needs not covered by any such program, or having
insufficient third party insurance coverage."
The money raised by the sales tax would fund a "broad
range of health care services for indigent persons and the
medically poor, including, but not limited to, primary care
and preventive care, as well as hospital care," the ordinance
states.
The commission's meeting is scheduled to begin at 5:30
p.m. at the Courthouse Annex, located on Green Street.


REED
Continued from page 1
Reed, who also considered
going into nursing.
"What really made me
decide to do pharmacy was
when [Guidance Counselor]
Mrs. [Jan] Anderson asked
me what I wanted to have
when I was 26, four years of
nursing or my PhD. I knew I
wanted my PhD."
While Reed's future
seems destined for the
medical arena, her favorite
subject is English.
"In ninth and 10th grades,
I was really good in math,"
she said. "When I got into
algebra, I really liked it.
Then I got Mrs. Cook in
English. I did really well
and now it's my favorite
subject."
In addition to her
academic pursuits, Reed has
been on the cheerleading
squad since ninth grade, and
joined the National Honor
Society and Little Women


'ELECTION 2012
Continued from page 1
of the district lines locally
will be changing.
"But due to the House
district change, we will
be mailing new voter
information cards to all
registered voters in the
county. So this is a good


in her junior year.
This year she served as
president of the school's art
club.
She also received the
Art Award this year at
the annual TCHS Awards
Night, along with Florida
Bright Futures (Academic)
and the Presidential
Citation.
"It's kind of ironic I
received the Art Award,
since I got a 'B' in Mr.
Byers' class," Reed said.
Up next for Reed will be
graduation itself, which will
begin Saturday morning
at 8:30 a.m. at Dorsett
Stadium.
As is traditional, she
and Gregory will deliver
speeches to their fellow
graduates.
"The main thought I
want to get across is
success is pretty much based
on your priorities," she said.
"If you do everything you
need to do, you will reach
your goals."


time for voters to make
sure we have their correct
address on record (both
residential and mailing),"
Southerland said.
Early voting for the
Primary Election begins
Saturday, Aug. 4. Voters
will go to the polls Tuesday,
Aug. 14. The General
Election is slated Nov. 6.


American Legion meets
American Legion Post 96 welcomes Wallace Nesbitt
of the Patriot Riders as guest speaker Tuesday, June 5, at
7 p.m. Additional speakers will include Veterans Service
Officer Joe Collins who will discuss service officers school
and Fred Hughes who will share information on a Vietnam
veterans reunion. All veterans and their families are invited.


Continuing with that
message, she has the
following advice to those
who will be beginning their
own high school journeys
next fall:
"Don't get caught up
in something that will
keep you from your


GREGORY
Continued from page 1
and everything worked.
My coaches were always
willing to help me if
I needed it."
Gregory said she had
an inkling early in her
senior year that she might
be awarded valedictorian
honors.
"When you fill out college


studies. Don't let drama at
school get in the way.
Don't let friends get in the
way.
"Don't let sleep get in the
way either," she adds with a
laugh.
And be sure to answer the
phone.


applications, you have to list
your class rank. It was told I
was in the top one percent.
So I just tried to focus
on my studies and do my
best."
She included the Powder
Puff football games as
definite highlights from her
junior and senior years, as
well as her work with Little
Women and the National
Honor Society.


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Do you need a garden plot?


Clay Olson was among
the gardeners and farmers
who smiled when Tropical
Storm Beryl brought rain to
Taylor County.
"We got at least three or
four inches at the
Community Garden--
maybe even as much as
five," he said.
After weeks of watering
and watering and watering
his garden, Olson was
relieved.
He's currently nurturing
peppers and tomatoes at the
garden site, which is
positioned near the Ash
Street entrance to the
former Gladys Morse
Elementary School.
"Some other folks are
growing okra because it
takes the heat well. Our


Clay Olson has faithfully watered his space at the Community Garden but
last weekend's Tropical Storm Beryl brought great relief to him and other
gardeners.


spring crops are finished--
the potatoes are gone and
the squash is through--but
we're discussing planting
some summer peas--maybe
some zipper peas.
"We're in transition now,"
he said.
Olson also grew seedless
sunflowers this spring.
"They're a commercial
product which florists are
interested in," he said.


Within sight of the
Taylor County Senior
Center (formerly
Gladys Morse
Elementary School),
the Community Garden
showcases flowers,
fruits and vegetables.


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He will be 1

this Sunday
Javen Marshal Crowell
will celebrate his first
birthday on Sunday, June 3.
He is the son of Joey
Crowell and C'Mone
Gillvard.
Maternal grandparents
include Kalessa and
Reginald Bumey of Tampa
and Charlie Gillyard Jr. of
Tallahassee. Paternal
grandparents are Teressa
Durden, Reuben Crowell
arid Kara Crowell, and
Marsha Lollis.


She will be

1 Saturday
Elese McNutt, the
daughter of Nicholas
McNutt and Devona
Covington, will celebrate
her first birthday on
Saturday, June. 2

Lynch Family gathers

The Lynch Family Reunion will be held Saturday, June
2, at Forest Capital Park at 11:30 a.m. All friends and
family members are invited to attend.
Lunch will be served; fun and fellowship are promised.


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department. You provide the operational funding for this department. In return
you ask the person you entrust to the office of sheriff to lead a department that
can and %ill earn your trust, respect and your confidence while providing the
quality services that you deserve. The Sheriff is responsible for his department
and all that serve under his administration. Our Sheriff's department must be
fully committed to providing these services to the highest standards. Times have
changed and so has the complexity of our society. There is no room for
politics in law enforcement! We have all witnessed what politics
and complacency can do to a department. The services provided by our
Sheriffs department are vital to the safety of the citizens ofourcommunities. The
responsibilities you place with this office must never be taken for granted. The
Taylor County Sheriff's Department must be fully committed to
serving our communities and protecting our future.
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Point of Grace Christian


recognizes star students


Point of Grace Christian
recognized the following
"star" students for the fourth
nine weeks grading period
for 2011-12:
Kindergarten
All A's: Steven Bodiford,
Aiden Cone, KaylaEdwards,
Holly Gantz, Alana Hall,
Landyn Hendry, Simon
Jackson, Kolby Newton,
Tanner Nix, Kaitee Roberts,
Corbin Thomas and Haley
Yates.
A/B: Hannah Harvey and
Layla Hunter.
First Grade
All A's: T.J. Carlton,
Kalyan McMullen, Wyatt

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Murrow, Michael O'Neal,
Maci Padgett, Buck Reeves
and Sydney Walker.
A/B: Cameron Croft,
Evian Evans, Alayna Fittje,
Samuel Gengler, Blake
Hernandez, Mitchell Hill,
Trenton Hill, Caroline
Lilliott, Maria Peacock and
Brianna Reams.
Second Grade
All A's: Callie Blanton
Kailee Brunson, Travis
Bush, Ethan Cassidy,
Zachary Cassidy, Blayne
Clanton, Aidan Cribbs,
Ethan Gengler, Marysa
Gunter, Sarah Hunt, Jenna
Lindsey and Dalton Woods.
A/B: Abby Ellison,
Allison Grubbs, Brooke
Hudson, Devyn Mims,


The Southeastern Halley rarKer, casslay
Community Blood Center Roberts and Chase Young.
announces two upcoming Third Grade
blood drives in Perry: All A's: Sydney Carlton,
Sthe first will be held Monday, Maddie Drawdy, Hunter
June 4, at Marshall Health & Harvey, TlerKnight, Katie
Rehab from 8:30-11:30 a.m. Lundy, Kaitlyn Strickland
Please sign up with Letoyia and Alexis Watts.
Manning in activities. A/B: Anna Hill,
the second will be held Hunter Hoover and Hope
Friday, June 8, from 9 a.m. until Murphy.
5 p.m. at Buckeye Community Fourth Grade
Federal Credit Union. Sign up All A's: Seth Bush,
with Joleen Whitehead. Walk- AbbiGayle Cope, Gabriel
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A/B: Abbie Cassidy,
Kalob Hunter, Julianna
Lindsey, Kaitlynn Shelton,
Allison Towles, Nick
Whiddon, Wes Williams
and Zane Willoughby.
Fifth Grade
All A's: Eli Dorman and
Casey Huntsinger.
A/B: Canyon Gray, Marah
Kinsey, Will Newman and
Cole Tuten.
Sixth Grade
All A's: Kinley Dorman
and Ryan Hart.
A/B: Owen Drawdy,
Caleb Ford, Andrew Hall,
Aubreigh Johnson and
Garrison Towles.
Seventh Grade
A/B: Clayton Bush,
Christian Huntsinger and
Melissa Maynard.
Eighth Grade
All A's: Hannah Baron.


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Continue to eep yourself centeredaround
tie Lordand you can go anywhere you want to go;
do anything you want to do;
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haven't accepted the fact that you're
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and that's why you were called home,
but knowing that still doesn't stop the
pain. I also know you are happy being
with your Mother, sisters and brothers
having a good time. Ifeel so blessed to
have the memory ofMother's Day to
make me smile, 'cause I know that was
one of the happiest days of your life.
Happy Birthday Momma
Love,
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Courtney,

Congratulations on
all your hard work.
I may not be with

you when you walk
across that stage,
but know you are
always in my heart.
I love you!
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A-6 Perry News-Herald June 1-2, 2012


Not your ordinary V.B.S.: Mega Sports Camp Chranellowship
SSuny Sichdol 10:00 a.m. Wednesday 7:00 p.m.
Pick from baseball, basketball, soccer, cheerleading, School. Registration ends Monday, June 4, so don't delay. un o, lWwship l: a.m StuedyPrayer Meeting
cooking, drama or card-making for this year's Vacation Jeremy Gengler, who directs the student ministry for .omigWoip. 0a.m S layer eein
Bible School sponsored by the First Baptist Church. First Baptist, can be reached at 584-7066 for additional Cody McNeese, pastor
Targeting students from kindergarten through sixth information. Nursery and Children's Aminrv Pin-,ili
grade, the event kicks off June 18 and continues through Coaches from the community will participate in this : i nd CLd r n
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June 22 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at Taylor County Middle


"unforgettable summer experience."


. V.B.S. slated at Lakeside, Potter's House SanPedroBaptistthurch
i Ch h J 10 14 Classes will kick of
f I Rodney Wattspastor 4420 San Pedro Rd.


LaKesiae
Students are invited to
"earn their wings" during
the Amazing Wonders
Aviation V.B.S. (Vacation
Bible School) at Lakeside


DaptLsL tIl llll JUlne iu-l-.
Classes will be held from
5:30 until 8:20 p.m. for four
years through sixth grade.
The V.B.S. will
culminate with Family
Night on June 15 at 6:30.


Obituaries


Jessie Willard
Sadler Jr.
SJessie Willard Sadler Jr.,
72, died Thursday, May 31,
2012, at his residence.
A native and lifelong
resident of Taylor County,
he was the son of Jesse
Willard Sadler Sr. and the
former Mildred Roberts.
Mr. Sadler was a member of
Cornerstone Fellowship
Church and the Trigger and
Tick Hunt Club.
He retired from Buckeye
after 29 years as a shift
coordinator in the finishing
department. He also owned
and operated Angel's Plant
Nursery in Perry for 43
years.
He was preceded in death
by his parents; one brother,
Buddy Sadler; one sister,
Janie Bowden; one grand-
daughter, Alyssa Christine
Roberts.
Survivors include: his
wife of 18 years, Mildred
Lawyne Sadler of Perry;
three sons, Roy (Toni)
Sadler, Timmy (Angie)
Roberts and Bryan (Kasey)
Roberts. al~'ofP Perry; t-o .
daughters, Angel Ross and
Tammy (Sheldon) Sands,
all of Perry; one brother,
Charles Sadler of Live Oak;
three sisters, Norma Jean
Stone of Jasper, Ga., Cheryl
Nix and Lexanne Patterson,
both of Perry; eight
grandchildren; and a host of
nieces, nephews, cousins
'and other relatives.
Funeral services will be
held at Joe P. Bums Funeral
tHome on Sunday, June 3,
.at 2 p.m. with Curt


Whitfield officiating.
Interment will follow at
Shiloh Cemetery. Family
members will receive
friends one hour prior to the
service.
You may sign the
guestbook at:
www.joepbursfuneralhom
es.com


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Children in kindergarten
through fifth grade are
invited to participate in the
"No Friend Like Jesus"
V.B.S. at Potter's House
Ministries June 7-9.


Thursday at 6 p.m. and
continue until 8:45. The
fun resumes Friday at 9
a.m. and ends with a 12:30
p.m. lunch. For details,
please call (850)539-1461.


Worship with us at
St. James Episcopal Church
S NDAY SERVICES
Holy Eucharist: 8 &10 a.m.
Sunday School 9 a.m.
Nursery Available
Located at 1100 W. Green St.
Church Office: 584-7636
e-mail: stjameschurch@fairpoint.net
http:/www.stjamesperry.org


"Come unto to Me, all you who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest."
Come and learn more about our Lord, Worship with us together in Spirit and In Truth at


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Sunday Morning Bible Study at 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship Services at 10:30 a.m.
Sunday evening at 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Bible Study at 7:30 p.m.


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Worship Service 11 am
Discipleship Training 6 pm
Worship Service 7 pm
WEDNESDAY
Choir Practice 7 pm
Bible Study 7 pm
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"Amazing Wonders
Aviation"


Our Lakeside Baptist Church
Vacation Bble School
will take place June 10-14
5:30 -8:20 pm for 4 years 6th grade
Family night Friday, June 15th at 6:30 pm

Lakeside Baptist Church
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Friday, June 8
5:00-8:00pm


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Fellowship Hall
302 N. Jefferson St., Perry, FL
Dinner Served 5:00-7:00pm
(Dine-in or Take-out)
Great Music by the Taylor County
Brotherhood Choir & morel
Uve Auction, Quilt Raffle,
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For advance tickets or information,
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Keaton Beach

Fishing Report


Fishing 'couldn't


get much better'


BY PAT MCGRIFF
onemorecast@gtcom.net
Trout fishing couldn't
get much better as we had
limits for my charters for six
straight days.
We had a fine finish to the
run last Saturday with 16
trout for my crew Ryan Hall,
Brandon Lowen and Judd
Bentley of Hawkinsville,
Ga. The top 10 weighed
29.6 pounds! We also had
two reds to 26 inches and a
couple of blues.
The trout bite was best
from 5:15 p.m. til 6:25 p.m.
Judd took top honors with
a 26-inch, 5.1 pound trout,
while Brandon threw back
a 30-inch red! We caught
them all on live pinfish
under Back Bay Thunders!
I took Brian Stone, David
Sills and Chris Davis of
Adel, Ga., out last Friday
and they also landed 16
trout and two reds caught on
live pins under Back Bays.
Last Thursday's crew
from Havana, Kathy, Parker
and Lexie Lee had a great
box of fish with 19 trout
to 24 inches (4.4 lbs. for
Kathy) and two reds to 26.5
inches (Lexie). The Lees
had never fished for trout
and reds and had a blast at
Keaton Beach! All our fish
were caught on live pinfish
rigged 28 inches under the


New Back Bay Thunders!
Our top 10 weighed 27.5
pounds!
Last Wednesday, I had
Cole and Sharon Croft of
Perry out and they landed
13 trout and a red (Cole) on
live pins under Back Bays.
Sharon threatened Cole
early to "skunk him" and
he responded by catching
"most" of the fish. Ask
Sharon for the actual score.
Water temps were up
to 85 degrees (yikes) and
catfish and sharks were
plaguing some folks who
wouldn't move away from
the "whiskers and fins" as
we call them on my boat.
I saw pilchards on the
surface Thursday and
Friday for the first time this
year. Many other boats who
fished south also reported
seeing schools of "white
bait" on the surface.
This is late for our
pilchards, but I am glad
to see them anyway! The
floating grass has it next to
impossible to throw a treble
hook on anything and even
jigging is tough in many
areas. The Cajun Thunder
and jig-n-grub combo is
most folks' choice now,
to be able to fish in these
conditions. My best depth
continues to be 3.5 to 4.5
feet of water.


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High 12:32 AM
Low 5:48 AM
High 12:01 PM
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With the stroke of a pen,
Taylor County High School
Senior left tackle Justin McGuire
became the fourth Bulldog Io
sign to play college football this
spring. He carried a 3.7 GPA and
scored 29 on the ACT. He will be
attending Stetson University in
Deland. Stetson has not fielded
a football team since 1956 but
will participate in the Pioneer
Football League beginning with
the 2013 season. The team will
practice this fall but will not play
in any games. Shown above pre :
McGuire, center, his parents
Jerry McGuire and Carol Taylor,
along with (back row) Defensive
Coordinator Beau Johnson,
Jerry McGuire Jr., Heather
Sprigle, Macie McGuire, Chelcy
McGuire and Principal Michael
Thompson.


Fishing tournament calling all 'Nauti-Girls'


The third annual Nauti-
Girls Fishing Tournament,
sponsored by the
Steinnhatchee Community
Projects Board, will be
held Saturday, June 16, in
Steinhatchee.

State offers

free fishing

Saturday

The first week of June
is National Fishing and
Boating Week.
This year, start and end
the week's festivities by
taking advantage of one of
Florida's license-free fishing
days. Saltwater recreational
anglers can fish without a
license on Saturday, June 2,
and freshwater recreational
fishers on Saturday, June 9.
Thirty-four states,
including Florida and
Georgia, will have license-
free fishing days during
the June 2 through June
10 National Fishing and
Boating Week, a celebration
of fishing and boating.
"Florida's license-free
fishing days are an excellent
opportunity to share the fun,
excitement and togetherness
of a fishing trip with the
entire family" said Nick
Wiley, FWC executive
director.


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We wish you all the best as you forge
ahead in pursuit of your hopes and dreams.


A captains' meeting and
silent auction will be held
June 15 from 6-8:30 p.m. at
the Riverview House..
Prizes will be awarded for
first, second and third place
trout and redfish, most spots


on redfish, largest ladyfish
and a special mystery fish
prize.
Boat bonus for "all ladies
boat" with largest trout and
largest redfish. Weigh-in
will be at the Good Times


Marina (Jena side) from
12 noon until 4:30 p.m.
Tickets are $30 each and are
available at local marinas
and the captains'.meeting.
For more information call
352-498-2556.


Day's catch
Cole and Sharon Croft of Perry show off their catch from May 23 while
out with Pat McGriff of One More Cast Guide Service.


LEONARD L, BEMBRY


Dear Neighbors:
Thank you for the opportunity to serve you in the Florida House of Representatives. These past
four years have been rewarding, fulfilling and some of the most meaningful years of my life. It
has truly been an honor to work for the people of House District 10. There have been many .
opportunities to serve you this past term. This past session, I filed an amendment to the Budget
Appropriations Bill to provide $10.3 million to keep Jefferson Correctional Institute open and
operating in order to save 158 jobs. With the support of my colleagues in the Florida House, I had
the honor to sponsor successful legislation during my 2011/2012 term that:
Creates true rural.economic opportunities under the newly forced
Department of Economic Opportunity.
Waives state parkfeesfor innnediatefamily members offallen veterans, police officers,
andfirefighters.
Clarifies the environmental permitting exemptions farmers havefor bonafide
agricultural activities.
Authorizes continuing care retirement communities to offer continuing care at-home
contracts to residents living at home or in the facility.
Provides an exemption from regulation as public lodging establishmentsfor all booming
houses and any apartment buildings inspected by HUD that are designated primarily as
hii,.io hor ip n ;ois age 62 or older.
Provides more private lands to become available to the publicfor outdoor recreational
activi'li;s 'b providing additional incentives to private landowners than what iurrp'iilly
exist in law.
The 2012 Legislative Session presented many opportunities and challenges as this was the -ourlh -
consicutlve year of wev nueI c stirnmhlc shortfalls and budget cuts. The $70 billion budget cut
spending in many areas that will touch all of our lives. There were cuts to: County Clerks,
Medicaid reimbursement, state employees, rural health departments, rural hospitals and nursing
homes, and many other areas that will affect working people. In some cases, there are spending
increases in the budget that I do not think will benefit our state. I was among several House
members who opposed the budget because we could not agree on the necessity of the cuts, nor
the budget increases.
Throughout the Session, there were many controversial issues:
Prison Privatiatition, which failed in the Senate, could have had unforeseen negative
economic consequences for the State of Florida.
The Septic Tank Regulation was repealed and replaced with a more balanced approach.
Redistricting maps for Senate, House and Congressional districts were passed.
A School Privalization Bill, which I voted against, also failed in the Florida Senate.
I look forward to continue working for you. We must keep up the fight for more jobs and to
bring more good-paying private sector employment to our region. I believe that a vibrant small
business community is what will bring prosperity to our state and nation.
Again, thank you for allowing me the opportunity to serve you!


State Representative


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Perry, FL 32347

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recipient this year is Anna
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Kallschmidt plans to double major in mass
attend the University communications and
of South Florida and political science.


1 (Top photo) Perry Rotarian Cline Moore presents local musician and home-schooled senior Anna
Kallschmidt with the inaugural Grady C. Moore Jr. Memorial Scholarship, named after his father, (Bottom
photo) Kallschmidt plays fiddle at a recent Rotary meeting accompanied by Rotarian Dan Simmons.


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foastal trail for experienced
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But Saturday, June 2,
he spotlight will be on the
Wacissa. You can meander
down the popular river from
Its clear headwater springs
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poMterboat. Outfitters will
be on hand with kayaks and
canoes to rent.
"A popular destination on
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and families is Blue Springs.
It is only a mile downriver
and an easy paddle back,"
Sparks said.
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Members of the Taylor County Gator Club recently presented a check
to Big Bend Hospice in support of its annual Taylor Made Sing & Auction.
Shown left to right are: Fred Ogilvie, Barbara Burns, Jeanne Raulerson,
Wade Goodman, Mark Wiggins, Meagan Beaty, Carol Jo Beaty, Blair Beaty,
Debbie Beaty, Big Bend Hospice Community Relations Coordinator Michele
Brantley and Betty Culbreath, president.

'Gator Nation' supports Hospice


During the month of
May, the Taylor County
Gator Club united to gather
donations from members
and friends to assist Big
Bend Hospice of Taylor
County with its annual
fundraiser, raising $500 for
the organization.
Club members will
also be at the Big Bend
Hospice "Taylor Made"
dinner, auction, sing
and fundraiser on Friday,


June 8, to help as volunteers
for the event.
"For International Gator
Day each year, Gator
Clubs take on a project
that is important to their
community and volunteer
their time and talents to
serve others. This the 14th
annual International Gator
Day and we are so pleased
that we could help such a
worthy cause," said Betty
Culbreath, president of


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Michele Brantley with a sampling of items to be
auctioned next week.


the club.
"If members and friends
did not get their check to
the club in time, it is not too
late," she added.
"Just mail your check
to Big Bend Hospice
at 1723 Mahan Center
Blvd., Tallahassee, FL,
32308, and note that it
is from the Taylor
County Gator Club. Funds
collected will be used in this
community."

Annual sing

'Taylor Made'

for Hospice

Big Bend Hospice Perry
Advisory Council members
invite the community to
attend the annual Taylor
Made Sing & Auction
Friday, June 8, at First
United Methodist Church
fellowship hall (302 N.
Jefferson Street).
The event includes" a
chicken dinner, music
and live-auetion.-Take-out
dinners will be available
starting at 5 p.m. The
serving line will be open
from 5-7 p.m.
Tickets are $7 and
available at the Big Bend
Hospice office (next to
Wells Fargo), from any
advisory member and at the
door the night of the event.


10
tips
Nutrition
Education Series


I watched a news clip recently
about an 80-year-old woman who
decided to try sky-diving on her
birthday. Everything appeared
to go well as she climbed aboard
the plane, suited up in the proper
attire and made her way to the
door for her descent back to earth,
This is where the adventure took
a turn for the worse. With the
wind whipping past her face and
her holding on to the door with a
grip of steel, the instructor literally
pushed her out of the plane into
the "wild blue yonderl" Things
went downhill from that point. She
slowly slipped from her harness
while the instructor was grabbing
for whatever body part he could
come in contact with. He managed
to hang on to her hands and they
made the trip down safely.
We hear an awful lot of chatter
about folks being encouraged to
make a "Bucket List." The promise
attached to it, is the chance to do
all the things your heart longs for
before you leave this life. From
what I've heard, most of the things
on these bucket lists are more like
a death wish. Folks get a little crazy
in the head and start listing things
like: sky-diving-alligator wrestling-
robbing a bank! What in the world
would make a perfectly normal
upright citizen who has never even
got a parking ticket decide to rob a
bank just for the thrill of it!
Well, I devised a safer plan for
those of us who can't stomach
jumping out of a plane or running
the risk of spending. our last
years locked up in a jail cell. We
let the magic of books create the
adventures we would never dream
of pursuing for real.
Our local library is a storehouse
of creativity. We can visit the North
Pole or go deep-sea exploring all
in an afternoon and never break a
sweat. The sharks and polar bears
can't get a bite of us and we never
need to worry about freezing to
death or ending up as dinner for
a big fish.
Most of our libraries and schools
are doing an excellent job of
providing materials to satisfy the
avid reader. I have visited the


Perry library doing various types;
of research. The materials were
informative and the staff was
helpful-rtwo absolutely necessary
things needed to encourage a
return trip for any patron.
My library in Mayo sees me on
a regular basis. They know I read
everything, but also that I have
favorites, among the authors. If
they spot a book they know Ill
enjoy, they have it available when
I come in, I have called them
too many times to count with a
request for a specific title. If it is
not.a part of their collection, they
borrow it from another library. It is
service with a smile that assures I
will return!
I must give credit to all those
marvelous teachers during my
school years in Perry and Mayo
who nourished my hunger for
adventure by placing a book in my
hands. The ability to read well and
comprehend a story is a gift they
helped to develop. It is a gift in all
of us that deserves to run free. .:..
This type of adventure does not
have age-restrictions. ,My two-
year-old great-grandson Sawyer
loves to accompany me to the
library. He is fascinated with the
shelves holding all those colorful
books. Though not reading well
on his own, he loves the look anid
feel of a book in his hand. It's a
seed planted early that will carry
him to lots of great adventures:
throughout his lifetime.
I am in the process of one of the,
boldest items on my bucket list.:
I am writing a book. I have three
chapters completed, I've joined a
writers' group and I am loving the
places my mind takes me each
day as my characters and I are
living out this new adventure, A
super plus to this is the research
I'm doing that is-making-the brain
cells churn!
It promises to be a good book. It
was birthed in a dream I had some
weeks ago so I am sure it is a gift
of God,
When completed, I hope you will
join me by sharing my adventure
through the wonderful gift of
reading


Myat


Eating fruit provides health benefits. People who eat more vegetables and fruits as part of an overall
healthy diet are likely to have a reduced risk of some chronic diseases. Fruits provide nutrients vital for health, such
as potassium, dietary fiber, vitamin C, and folate (folic acid). Most fruits are naturally low in fat, sodium, and calories.
None have cholesterol. Any fruit or 100% fruit Juice counts as a part of the Fruit Group. Fruits may be fresh, canned.
frozen, or dried, and may be whole, cut-up, or pureed.


i keep visible reminders
Keep a bowl of whole fruit on
the table, counter, or in the
refrigerator.

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Buy fresh fruits in season when they may be less
' expensive and at their peak flavor. Add fruits to
sweeten a recipe

th ii l iib)ouil variety
SBuy fruits that are dried, frozen, and
canned (in water or 100% juice) as wel as
fresh, so that you always have a supply on hand


4 don t forget the fiber
Make most of your choices whole or cut-up fruit,
rather than luice. for the -.
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Set a good example for children by eating fruit
every day with meals or as snacks


inc lude, fruit .i t .-.-l..ii -
At breakfast, top your cereal with
bananas, peaches, or strawberries;
add blueberries to pancakes; drink 100%
orange or grapefruit juice. Or, try a fruit
mixed with fat-free or low-fat yogurt


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At lunch, pack a tangerine, banana, or grapes to eat, or
choose'frults from a salad bar. Individual containers of
fruits like peaches or applesauce are easy and convenient


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include orange sections, dried cranberries, or grapes
In a tossed salad.


Dried fruits make great snacks.
They are easy to cany and store well


I keep fruits safe
Rinse fruits before preparing
or eating them. Under ocean, .
running water, rub fruits briskly to remove
dirt and surface microorganisms. After "f
rinsing, dry with a clean towel.

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Entertainment


B-2 Perry News-Herald
June 1-2, 2012


June features evil queens, aliens,


Madea and the end of the world


The temperature is rising, but it's still not
as hot as the box office was in May thanks
to the record-breaking haul by Marvel's
"Avengers." Still, we're only a month into
the Hollywood summer and there's plenty of
blockbusters waiting at the gate.
June starts out with a bang with "Snow
White and the Huntsman," the second film
based on the classic fairy tale to hit theaters
in 2012. This one appears to be much grittier
and more realistic than "Mirror, Mirror,"
pairing Kristen Stewart ("Twilight") as Snow
White and Chris Hemsworth
("Thor") as the huntsman sent
to kill her. To be honest, the
early teasers reminded me of
the marketing for last year's
"Red Riding Hood," which did
it no favors. The latest trailer,
however, has greatly increased
my expectations and with
Charlize Theron ("Monster")
as the Evil Queen, this could
be a surprise hit and prove at
least one of the "Twilight"
Stars can hold up a film outside
that franchise.
The film is rated PG-13
for intense sequences of
violence and action, and brief
sensuality.
Next weekend we get
two more movies, including
"Madagscar 3: Europe's
Most Wanted," in which our
zoo escapees find themselves
on the run in Europe, where
they're forced to join a circus
to evade capture. While not
as high-profile' as many of
Dreamworks Animation's
other franchises, the first two
"Madagascar" films grossed
a combined.- -:4! bdlie
the world" ide box 6ffin:' so
I would be surprised if the
furr band actually makes it
back home to New York this
time around. Otherwise, what
would they do in the eventual
fourth installment.
The movie is rated PG for
some mild action and rude
humor.
"Prometheus." from
director Ridley Scott. may be
the most intriguing film this
summer season if only because
so much about its store. and
production has been veiled in
secrecy. What is known is that
the film follows a group otf tB!
space explorers seeking clues
to the origins of mankind who
instead unwittingly unleash
a threat that may destroy us
all. The project was originally)
set to be a prequel to Scott's
classic sci-fi thriller "Alien,"
but it reportedly evolved
into its current form after the
arrival of co-writer Damon
Lindelof, best known as
one of the creators of the hit
series "Lost." With a cast
that includes Noomi Rapace, Michael
Fassbender, Guy Pearce and Charlize
Theron, "Promethus" has all the parts
needed to become an all-new classic.
The film is rated R for sci-fi violence
including some intense images, and brief
language.
On June 15, the theatrical adaptation of the
Broadway musical "Rock of Ages" arrives
on the big screen with an all-star cast that
includes Tom Cruise, Alec Baldwin, Bryan
Cranston, Paul Giamatti, Russell Brand and
Catherine Zeta-Jones. Featuring 80s rock/
pop favorites, the film follows a small-town
girl and a city boy caught up in the action on
the Sunset Strip.
The movie is rated PG-13 for sexual
content, suggestive dancing, some heavy
drinking and language.
"That's My Boy" is the latest comedy
starring Adam Sandler, who returns to
R-rated fare. The story is about Tod (Andy
Samberg, "Saturday Night Live"), whose
upcoming marriage is put in jeopardy when
his irresponsible father (Sandler) returns
looking for money. The idea that Todd was
the product of an inappropriate teacher/
student relationship should provide enough
comedy fodder for a while, but this one
looks to be directed entirely at those who
are already fans of Sandier.
The movie is rated R for crude sexual
content throughout, nudity, pervasive
language and some drug use.
On June 22, we get what may be the
strangest premise for a movie this season with
"Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter,"
which purports to tell the story of the 16th


president's early days as, you guessed it, a
vampire hunter. The movie is based on the
best-selling book of the same name by Seth
Grahame-Smith and is directed by Timur
Bekmambetov ("Wanted," "Daywatch").
Although the early trailers didn't give us a
good feel of what to expect, the latest teasers
have raised my expectations, especially with
Bekmambetov on board.
The film is not yet rated, but I would guess
it will fall into the PG-13 range.
Pixar returns to theaters hoping to help
audiences forget last year's
"Cars 2" with the "Brave,"
about a princess who defies her
country's customs, bringing
chaos to her world and leading.
her on a quest to break a
terrible curse. The trailers
showcase Pixar's typically
beautiful animation and a
bevy of humorous characters.
Before last summer's hiccup,
Pixar seemed unstoppable and
I'll give them the benefit of the
doubt until proven otherwise.
S The film is rated PG for
some 'scary action and rude
humor.
Rounding out the weekend is
the quirky comedy, "Seeking
a Friend for the End of the
World," starring Steve Carrell
("Date Night") as a man
who finds himself alone as a
giant asteroid approaches to
destroy all life on the planet.
Attempting to reunite with his
high school sweetheart before
the end, he partners with his
neighbor (Keira Knightley,
"Pirates of the Caribbean") on
one last road trip.
S-The -film is rated R"-4or
:H'lriugiTge 'including seal
references, some drug use and
brief violence.
The final weekend in June
is a busy one with four movies
S' opening in \'ide release.
.. "Mlagic Mike" is the latest
film from director Steven
Soderbergh ("Ocean's 11,"
"Contagion") following a male
S stripper (Channing Tatum,
"G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra")
%, who %%ants to make more of
his life. Soderbergh is one of
the most versatilee directors
working today and there really
is no telling what he will do
from project to project. On the
surface, there doesn't seem to
be much new material to glean
from this particular plot, but
the same could have been said
for "Ocean's 11."
The movie is rated R for
pervasive sexual content, brief
graphic nudity, language and
some drug use.
In "People Like Us," Chris
Pine ("Star Trek") is tasked
with delivering $150,000
from his recently deceased
father's estate to the sister he's never met
("Elizabeth Banks"). This one is intriguing if
only for the fact that director Alex Kurtzman
and co-writer Roberto Orci are behind the
project. The pair are better known for their
partnerships with J.J. Abrams on such
projects as "Star Trek," "Mission Impossible
III" and the series "Fringe."
The film is rated PG-13 for language,
some drug use and brief sexuality.
"Ted" is the live-action film debut for
director/writer Seth MacFarlane, best
know for his long-running animated series
"Family Guy." In "Ted," Mark Wahlberg
("The Departed") is John, who as a child
wished for his teddy bear to come alive and
he did. Now years later, John's girlfriend
(Mila Kunis, "Friends with Benefits") wants
Ted, who spends most of his days smoking
pot and partying with women, to get his own
place. This probably would have seemed a
bit more original if FX's "Wilfred" hadn't
done something similar last year.
The movie is rated R for crude and sexual
content, pervasive language and some drug
use.
Finally we have "Madea's Witness
Protection," the latest film in the highly
successful Tyler Perry franchise. This time
around, Madea (Perry) is enlisted to help
hide a Wall Street banker's family after
he turns state's evidence against the mob.
Madea is about as unstoppable at the box
office as she is in her neighborhood, so you
won't find me betting against her any time
soon.
The movie is rated PG-13 for some crude
sexual remarks and brief drug references.


'Men in Black II' is a wild



roller coaster of alien fun
When "Men in Black" hit theaters in July That being said, I have to say I was
1997, it managed to be both a good comedy disheartened when I first saw the trailers
and a good science fiction film. Along since by going back in time, Smith would
with "Independence Day" the year before, be leaving behind his trusty straight man
it helped launch the highly successful in Jones. Indeed, in the opening acts,
film career of star Will Smith. It was also especially during a particularly fun shoot-
the second highest grossing film of 1997, out at an Asian restaurant, Jones shows just
trailing only a little project called "Titanic." why the combination of him and Smith
So it wasn't a surprise when five years worked so well in the previous films. This
later "Men in Black II" was released, again time around, he adds an extra level of
featuring Smith and co-star melancholy due to secrets
Tommy Lee Jones with he's been holding onto for
director Barry Sonnenfeld the past four decades about
behind the camera. While just what happened when
the second outing with the o he confronted Boris the
secret government agency first time.
tasked with keeping Brolin, however, puts on
humanity safe from--and a great Tommy Lee Jones
oblivious of--aliens wasn't impersonation to portray
nearly as fun as the first the younger version of K,
one, it was another solid once again providing Smith
hit. the perfect straight man. If
For one reason or Brolin was not believable
another, that seemed to be in his role, nothing else
it, and no third installment about the movie would
materialized. have worked. Thankfully,
Now, a decade after the he is and the movie does.
last film, "Men in Black III" While we're on the cast,
has landed, and reminds us I have to also mention
of all the things we liked about the original Michael Stuhlbarg ("A Serious Man"), who
all those years ago. plays Griffin, a very special alien J and
"MIB:III" tells a great science-fiction Young K meet who can see multiple futures.
yarn while also being quite funny, It's simultaneously a great sci-fi addition to
showcasing the talents of Smith and Jones, the story and also a source for some of the
along with newcomer Josh Broslin ("No film's biggest laughs, thanks to Stuhlbarg's
Country for Old Men"). Fans of the original whimsical approach to the character..
films will enjoy the odd-looking aliens, Director Sonnenfeld has pretty much
celebrity cameos and all-around weirdness stayed in the realm of television since the
surrounding the Men in Black, while those last film--except for the forgettable "RV"--
new to the franchise can jump right into the but keeps the starship jetting forward here.
fun without feeling lost. The special effects are top-notch, from
The new film picks up about 10 years the various crazy aliens to the wonderful
after the last one, with J (Smith) and K recreation of the Apollo 11 launch.
(Jones) still partners and still on the beat. My main complaint with the film is that,
Meanwhile, Boris the Animal (Jemaine like so many other movies which venture
Clement, "The Flight of the Conchords"), into time travel, they managed to mess it
an incredibly dangerous alien from K's up in the end. Of course, in fiction there
past, escapes from a lunar super-max are a multitude of ways time travel works.
prison. Boris vows to seek revenge on K for All I ask is that once you pick one method,
capturing him 40 years before, and does so stick to it. There's a moment in the final
by going,back in time and killing K before act (which I won't spoil here) which goes
he could arrest him. against everything we'd seen up to that
Back in the present, J is the only one who point (and beyond). It's a cool scene, but

1969, eventually teaming up with a younger I'd also like a bit more emotional closure
version of his partner (Brolin) to save him... for the issues raised when K's "secrets" are
and the entire planet while they're at it. finally revealed,but in the end, that's a small
Smith has always been the main star in the issue beside just how fun the movie is.
"Men in Black" franchise and really carries I've often spoken out against the wave
the weight here, jumping right back into the of sequels, but like "Mission Impossible:
shoes of J while also getting a chance for Ghost Protocol" last December, "Men in
some fish-out-of-time antics in 1969. The Black III" proves sometimes it's worth the
actor puts his all into the role, with great wait.
comedic timing in both his delivery and his The film is rated PG-13 for sci-fi action
physical antics. violence, and brief suggestive content.


MAY 30-JUNE 24
The Hippodrome in
Gainesville presents, "The
Marvelous Wonderettes,"
the hit off-Broadway musical
which takes audiences to
the 1958 Springfield High
School prom to meet the
Wonderettes, four girls with
hopes and dreams as big
as their crinoline skirts. As
we learn about their lives
and loves, we are treated
to the girls performing such
classic '50s and '60s songs
as "Lollipop" "Dream Lover"
"Stupid Cupid," "Lipstick
On Your Collar," "Hold Me,
Thrill Me, Kiss Me," "It's
My Party" and more than
20 other classic hits. The
theatre is located at 25 SE
2nd Place in Gainesville. For
more information, including


showtimes, visit online at scouts in uniform, are free.
thehipp.org or call the box The fairgrounds are located
office 352-375-4477. at 441 Paul Russell Rd. For
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JUNE 16


The 2012 Tallahassee Model
Railroad Show & Sale will
steam into Buildings No. 2
and 4 at the North Florida
Fairgrounds from 9 a.m. to
4 p.m. Local and regional'
vendors will offer tables
stocked with everything
model railroaders might want
to begin or complete their
layouts, including buildings,
track, scenery and model
trains of all scales. Nine
operating layouts will be on
display, including one which
is designed to be operated by
the public. Admission is $5;
those 12 or under, as well as


JUNE 30
The 2012 Gospel Explosion
comes to the Tallahassee-
Leoh County Civic Center
featuring Pastor Shirley
Caesar with special
guests Dottie Peoples, The
Canton Spirituals and Keith
'Wonderboy" Johnson. Doors
open at 5 p.m. and the show
starts at 6. Tickets range
from $36 to $58 and can be
purchased by calling 800-
322-3602 or online at www.
ticketmaster.com. For more
information, visit www.tlccc.
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DEADLINES:
The deadlines for classified ads are Monday by
5 p.m. for the Taco Times and Wednesday by
p.m. for the Perry News- Herald.


Huge Auction, Saturday, June 2,
2012, at 10 a.m. 433 N. Byron
Bulter Pkwy., next to Doctors'
Memorial Hospital. Vehicles, tools,
general merchandise, electronics,
antiques, furniture and much
more. 10% buyers premium, AB
2021 AU 2011. Auction held first
and third Saturday of the month
(850) 223-3695.




Two family yard sale. Saturday, 7
a.m. until at 2289 Green Farm Rd.
Lots of stuff for everyone. Look for
signs. Rain or shine!
06/01

Huge yard sale. 5379 Hwy. 19
South, just past Keaton Beach Rd.
Saturday, 8 a.m. until. Lots of
guns, tools, first 50 people get a
free watermelon.
06/01

Multi-family yard sale. Saturday, 8
a.m. until at 3309 Puckett Rd. (on
right past Houck Rd.). Kids toys,
women's clothes, etc. No early
birds please
06/01

Large 3 family yard sale. Lots of
clothes (all sizes) toys and
household items. Right off North
Hwy. 19 by DMV. Saturday from 8
a.m. until.
06/01

1104 West Willow St., Saturday
from 8 a.m. until. Ladies, men's
and children's designer clothes,
household items, shoes & boots
--new and worn, nurses scrubs.
06/01

Yard sale. 319 Plantation Rd.
Saturday, June 2, from 6 a.m. until
everything's gone. Nice furniture,
lots of framed prints, multiple
household items.
06/01

Yard sale. Saturday, 1017 N. Page
Rd. off Woods Creek from 8 a.m.
until noon. Lots of baby and
toddler clothes and misc.
06/01

1560 East Davis Dr. off Plantation,
Saturday from 8 a.m. until.
Furniture, clothes, pictures,
motorcycle, household items and
toys.
06/01

Friday & Saturday, 9 a.m. until?
3498 Hwy. 19 South (Taylor
Storage Center across from Taylor
Tech.) AB Lounge-like new, fold-
up camp bike, adult tricycles, dog
carrier, microwave, convection
oven, bread maker, wine cooler,
vacuum cleaner, portable
charging station, portable
propane grill, dining table and 4
chairs, wheelchair, knives,
swords, stroller, car seats, swing,
swing, toys, DVDs, VCR tapes,
books, home security system,
small appliances, new and used
tools, magnetic bracelets,
lighthouse lamp, fashion jewelry,
baby clothes, much more.
06/01

Yard sale. 139 East Center Street,
Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon.
Household items and baby items.
05/30 06/01

No time for a yard sale taking it to
the AUCTION BARN. Floor jack,
assorted tools, misc. drywall tools,
nails, fishing poles, Nascar
Earnheart posters, miniature cars,
etc., portable sewing machine,
wicker bassinet, pet carrier, dog
house, cookie jars, beer pitcher
and glasses, exercise bike, John
Deere Buckboard Bench,
wheelchair, Mazda rims, and
caps, old wooden yoke, Just some
of the many items available at the
AUCTION BARN. Saturday, June
2, at 10 a.m. next to Doctors'
Memorial Hospital.
05/30 06/01

What Comes Around Goes
Around Boutique 720 S.
Jefferson St. High end quality,
name brand second hand clothes
& much more. We have clothing
for everyone, infants, kids, teens,
men and women. We are open
Tuesday-Friday 10-6, Saturday
10-3 and Sunday and Monday
closed; 584-5599.
WGACA, tfn




Old Stuff wanted. Guitars,


silverware, guns, painting, dolls,
watches etc. Call (321)356-3482
or email tom@tomfiles.org
05/02 06/21

Cash for junk cars and trucks, free
removal. 7 days a week. Call 386-
658-1030 or 904-887-8513.
05/11 7/27


Spring Special. Watt's 4 Stage FOR LEASE: 2/2 completely
Kwik-Change Reverse Osmosis furnished, ready to move into,
Drinking Water System, $299.95 immaculate condition. Perfect for
Gulf Coast Plumbing and 1-2 adults, no pets. Minimum one
Electrical Supply, 850-584-8200. year lease preferred but would
GCP, consider less for professionals on
tfn shorter assignment. Call 584-
3681 for details and application.
We PF, tfn


Buy
Scrap
Metal and Junk
Cars
850-838-5865
RC,tfn




3 month old black Lab free to a
good home. Call 223-1174.
tfn




Lost black wallet in woods near
Goose Pasture. Has everything in
it, if found please call (850) 843-
0947 or (850) 295-2510.
06/1 06/06




4 BD, 2 BA, 2030 sq. ft. home on 3
acres 3.5% down $547 month.
Nice home 352-303-8771.
TMH, tfn

We buy used mobile homes, (877)
372-4941.
05/30 06/01

Interested in a modular home?
For more information call C&G.
Chiefland, (352) -490-7422 or
(877) 372-4941. It's cheaper in
Chiefland.
05/30 06/01, C

Lets us make your 1st house
payment (Direct Lending) on all
home only loans funded before
July 1st. Call (352) 490-7422 or
(877) 372-4941. It's cheaper in
Chiefland.
05/30 -06/01, C

NO DOWN PAYMENT required on
your new home. Special
government program. Limited
time, only at C&G Homes. It's
always cheaper in Chiefland. Call
(352) 490-7422 or (877) 372-4941
for more information.
05/30 -06/01, C

A 4 BD, 2BA, 32x80 on 3 acres
Glover Ct., Tallahassee. Low down
$962 mo. Owner has financing
352-303-8771.
TMH, tfn

FREE-FREE-FREE standard
septic with the purchase of a new -
home. Call (352) 490-7422 or
(877) 372-4941 for more
information. It's cheaper in
Chiefland.
05/30 -06/01, C




Apartment for rent. 2 bedroom, 1
bath, $500 deposit, $525 monthly.
1931 Woodmore Rd., call after 5
p.m. 371-1400.
06/01 06/08

1 bedroom, 1 bath apartment with
all utilities included (gas, electric,
water, cable and wi-fi) quiet
neighborhood with carport. Call
850-838-7372 for details.
05/30 06/20

602 W. Veterans Dr., beautiful
house on corner lot, 2 bedroom, 1
bath, patio, fenced yard. $635
monthly, $635 deposit, call (305)
970-1653.
LS, tfn

Taylor Storage Center. Retail"
space/office 1,000 sq. ft. Located
at 3498 Hwy. 19 South, Perry. Call
(850) 223-1455.
TSC, tfn

Camper/RV spot for rent. On
private shaded land off North 19,
1 block outside city limits. 30/50
amp service includes water,
sewer, cable and power $300
monthly. Call (850) 295-4786.
03/21-06/01,JP

1 acre trailer lot with well, power
pole and septic provided. $200
monthly, in nice neighborhood.
Call 584-9261.
05/23 06/01

Campers and lots for rent.
Includes all utilities, $400 monthly,
quiet and private. Pets allowed,
call (740) 364-8638.
05/23 06/01

RV spot. Includes city water,
sewage, power and cable. Not in
park, off US g8. $350 per month.
Call (727) 433-4514.
02/08 06/01, JP


BEST BARGAIN EVER!
You set the price. That's right. Just
tell me how much you want to pay
for choice office space in
downtown Perry at 224 N.
Jefferson St. Call Ken Smith. (850)
997-4818.
KS, tfn

Westgate Rooms available for
rent. refrigerator, microwave, TV
w/cable, AC/Heater. Everything
included. $175- $240 weekly, $40
daily, $595-$635 per month.
RV sites $20 daily, $100 weekly,
$350 monthly. Tax included. 1627
S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 850-299-
6554.
LS, tfn

Furnished 1 bedroom apartment,
includes water, electric, sewer.
Hwy. 19 South, $165 weekly or
$650 monthly, $150 deposit. No
pets, no smoking. Call (850) 363-
8196.
Campsites available for $325
monthly, includes utilities.
05/18 06/13


3 Bed, 2 Bath, brick home with
fireplace, screened porch, fenced
back yard close to schools. $800
per month with $800 security
deposit, 371-4793.
05/16 -06/01

STEINHATCHEE PLACE
RESORT.
Furnished 1 and 2 bedroom
apartments for rent $600 to $800.
Included with rent is full cable t.v.,
Internet, hot-tub, one block, one
block to river and new boat
landing. Call 352-498-7740 if no
answer 813-677-9640.
SPR, tfn

TIDEWATER APARTMENTS
--Under New Management --
2- 3 BR apartments available.
Special Move-In Pkg. Rent
based on income. Water/Gas
furnished. On-site Laundry.
Close to City/Water Parks,
Boys & Girls Club, and
Shopping Plazas. Public
Transportation available.
Call 850-584-6842.
TDD 711, EHO.
Section 8 Affordable Multifamily
Housing
tfn

Room for rent in 3 bedroom
mobile home, full usage. Cable,
washer, dryer, kitchen. Off North
19 just outside City limits $110 per
week. Call (850) 295-4786.
02/08 06/01,JP

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."
WGA, tfn

Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included for monthly
$595 (required $45 deposit),
$175-$240 weekly or $40 daily
(tax included). 317 N. Byron Butler
Pkwy. (305) 970-1653.
LS, tfn

Very clean 2 bedroom mobile
home just outside of city limits.
$375 monthly, $300 deposit, plus
utilities, no pets. Can be seen at
3537 Woodmore Lane. Call 223-
2500 please leave a message.
05/30 06/01




Recently Foreclosed, Special
Financing Available, Any Credit,
Any Income, 3BD, 2BTH, 1680
Sq. Ft., located at 2758 Johnson
Strippling Rd., Perry $64,900.
Visit www.roselandco.com\AAH.
Drive by then call (866) 523-5742.
05/25- 06/01, RLC

PRICED TO SELL! 3 BR/2BA, tri-
level floor plan, LR/DR
w/fireplace, family room w/FP,
kitchen, breakfast area, office, Irg.
rec. rm., patio, pool, Irg. storage
bldg., 3 acres m/I, 2,592 sq. ft. 121
Shady Oaks Dr. (off Plantation),
(850) 584-7687 or 843-5512.
05/09 06/29


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, tfn




2002 Chevy Tahoe Z71 4x4, black,
all power, air condition, 5.5" lift,
35" tires, 17x 10 wheels, $8,000
firm. Call or text (850) 843-8209 or
584-2411 ask for Dee.

Equipment Trailer, car or truck
hauler 15' heavy duty all steel
construction. 2 sets of ramps,
double axle 2" bumper pull $875.
Call 850-295-4786.
02/08- 06/01, JP
Advertise in the Perry
News Herald.
Call 584-5513

For sale. Wrecked 1991 Toyota
truck. Power trane appears in
good condition. Call (850) 584-
5854.
05/25, 06/06

NICE CARS.
For inventory log on to
www.nicecarofforgottencoastllc.co
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05/23 08/08


Taylor Correctional Institution is
now hiring certified and trainee
correctional officers. Applications
may be submitted now until June
25, 2012. To apply contact Sgt.
Dina Partin at (850) 838-4034 or
go to peoplefirst.myflorida.com
Applicants must be at least 19
-yearsa-of' age wlttrltgtr school
diploma or equivalent, willing to
take a drug and physical exam
and possess a Valid Driver's
License.
Applicants must pass a
background investigation, which
includes after July 1, 1981 no
felony convictions or a
misdemeanor involving perjury or
false statement, nor have received
dishonorable discharge from any
of the Armed Forces of the United
States. In addition, a
misdemeanor conviction of
domestic violence 'prohibits
employment.
The Department is an Equal
Opportunity Employer. If you
require an accommodation to
participate in the application
selection process, please contact
the hiring authority or personnel
office in advance. Certain
veterans and spouses of veterans
receive preference in employment
by the state as provided by
Chapter 295, Florida Statutes,
and are encouraged to apply.
06-01 06/13, TCI

Help wanted for specialty cabinet
shop, needed for spraying
finishes, will train right person.
Previous employees and previous
applicants need not apply. Call
between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m.,
Monday through Friday, messages
will not be returned, (850) 584-
3340.
05/23 06/01

Domino's Pizza now hiring drivers.
Flexible hours, apply in person.
05/09 06/01

You can be a CNA
Quest Training Services offers a
professional, RN taught prep
class No GED or Diploma
required if age 18 yr. Day &
Evening classes. There are job
opportunities in healthcarel 386-
362-1065.
05/11 06/08

Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners
Concessions Workers
(Temporary season part time call
in) $7.67/hr.
Roll Off Site Attendant (part
time) $7.67/hr.
Applications and job description
can be obtained from
www.taylorcountygov.com
MOBILE CAREER LAB at Perry
Square (Save-A-Lot and' Goodwill
parking lot) on Tuesdays,
Wednesday, or Thursdays 9:00
a.m. 4:00 p.m.; or Workforce.
Positions are open until filled.
Taylor County Board of
Commissioners is an EOE, VP DT
and background checking
employer.
TCBCC, tfn


CONTRACT HAULER'S
NEEDED.
Ecoast Timbers, Inc., Perry area,
hauling timber to mills in Lake City,
Thomasville, Offerman,
Homerville, Cross City, Perry.
Please call Jay @ (727) 992-
6116.
05/18 06/06

Environmental Services
Supervisor.
Combination of working and
supervisory position.' Smaller,
modern skilled nursing facility.
Seeking person with excellent
knowledge of housekeeping and
laundry procedures and basic
maintenance skills. Past
successful supervisory
experience required of applicants.
Must be very detail oriented
person who likes teaching others
and doing hands-on work.
Opening is due to health issues of
the supervisor of 15 years. Apply
at, or send resume to, Richard
Wisdahl, Lafayette Health Care
Center, 512 W Main St., Mayo, FL
32066.
05/25 06/06, LHC

Security Guards Needed
Must have Class D Security
License. Call DSI Security
Services (850) 385-8701.
EEO/M/FN/H, Drug Free
Employer.
05/30- 06/01




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


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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE-
PROPERTY
TO DEFENDANTS, JOSEPH A.
DRAPAL and CYNTHIA S. DRAPAL,
whose last known address 234
Clay Street, Labelle, FL 33935,
and ALL OTHERS WHOM IT MAY
CONCERN:
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
to foreclose on the following
properties In Hendry County and
Taylor County, Florida:
Parcel 1:
Lot 8, 9, 10, and 11, Block 55 of
LaBelle Highlands, according to
the plat thereof, recorded In Plat
Book 1, Page 30, Public Records
of Hendry County, Florida.
Hendry' County Parcel
Identification No.: 2-29-43-01-
010-0055-004.0
AND
Parcel 2:
Lot 18, Block "S", DEERWOOD AT
THE BEACHES, according to the
map or plat thereof as recorded
In Plat Book 1, Page(s) 173, Public
Records of Taylor County,
Florida.
Taylor County Parcel
Identification No,: 06644-518
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, If any,
to It on Christopher G. Cudebec,
Esq., McGahee & Perez, PL,
Plaintiff's Attorney, whose
address Is: 417 W. Sugarland
Hwy., Clewiston, Florida 33440,
on or before June 23, 2012, and
file the original with the Clerk of
this court either before service
on the Plaintiff's attorney or
Immediately thereafter;
otherwise a Default will' be
entered against you for the relief
demanded In the Complaint or
Petition.
DATED this the 14 day of May,
2012.
THE HONORABLE BARBARA S.
BUTLER
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ J. Bevis
Deputy Clerk


work, dirt leveling and complete SPECIAL PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE
lawn service. Call 584-6737. BIG BEND WATER AUTHORITY
AZ, tfn A Special Meeting of the Board
of Directors (the "Board") of the
Big Bend Water Authority
JM Handyman Home Repairs, ("Authority") is scheduled to be
LLC Pressure washing, painting, held on Thursday, June 7, 2012
concrete, wood decks, Ceramic starting at 4:00 p.m. at 1313 1st
Avenue SE, Stelnhatchee,
tile, laminate wood available, Florida. The purpose of the
Mobile Home Repairs, RV Leak special meeting is for Board
Repairs. 838-6077 or 584-2270. consideration and approval of a
JM, tfn Water and Sewer Revenue Bond
Resolution, The meeting Is
opened to the public and will be
-TAttTIMBER-TREESE-RtE-- conducted in accordance with
*Stump Grinding Florida law. A copy of the
*Tree Trimming meeting agenda may be
*Tre Rmobtained at the meeting or, prior,
Treeemovalto the meeting, by contacting Jo
*Debris Removal Hlers at 352-498-3576 or by
*Bucket truck use visiting the Big Bend Water
*Bush Hogging Authority office 1313 1st Avenue
*Pressure Washing SE, Steinhatchee, Florida. The
*Frese meeting, or any agenda item
*Free Estimates* and considered at the meeting, may
*Great Rates* be continued to a date and
Call today! time certain to be announced at
850-838-5923 or 850-584-8191 the meeting and noticed.
Pursuant to provisions of the
Mark A. Moneyhan Americans with DIsabilities Act,
Licensed and Insured any person requiring special
Certified Quality Specialist. accommodations to participate
05/30, tfn in this meeting because of a
disability or physical Impairment
Should contact Jo Hiers at 352-
Swann 498-3576 at least forty-eight (48)
hours before the meeting.
al If anyone chooses to appeal any
B l decision' of the Board with
S , respect to any matter
BDOnds considered-at the meeting, such
person will need a record of the
-- '~" "proceedings and should
accordingly ensure that a
verbatim record of the
proceedings is made that
"Where Everyday Is Springtime" Includes the testimony and
107. 5N 257 1 evidence upon which such
.tffrtont '584T-7 appeal is to be based.


FLOORING
Carpet, Vinyl and Repairs. Will
beat all prices. Call 850-838-9050.
If no answer please a leave
message.
BR,tfn

No job too small. Give me a call
for landscaping, clean-outs, trash
hauling and any other projects.
Free estimates. Call Mike at (850)
843-4652
06/01-06/29



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TWENTIETH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HENDRY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 12-165-CA
CENTERSTATE BANK OF FLORIDA,
N.A.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOSEPH A. DRAPAL, CYNTHIA S.
DRAPAL, FRANK DALE
DRAPAL, and JACQUE LANDEN
DRAPAL,
Defendants.


STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
The Department announces
receipt of an application (DEP
File No. 62-311695-001-ES) for
permit from Florida Gas
Transmission Company to Impact
3.73 acres of wetlands by
Installing a series of concrete
revetment mats to protect
approximately 1,782 linear feet
of natural gas pipelines that are
less than the depth-to cover
required by the Department of
Transportation's Pipeline and
Hazardous Materials Safety
Administration. The proposed
project will be located In Section
31, Township 2 South, Range 6
East In Taylor County.
This application Is being
processed and Is available for
public Inspection during normal
business hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00
p.m.. Monday through Friday,
except legal holidays, at the
Northeast District office at 7825
Baymeadows Way, Suite 200B,
Jacksonville, Florida 32256.

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235th Road, Live Oak, F1.32060


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gives notice of completion of
Runway 18-36 Rehabilitation,
Perry-Foley Airport, Perry, Fl., and
sets 6/25/12 as the date of final
settlement. Any persons or firms
should file any claims for
payment to the below address
prior to the settlement date:
Perry-Foley Airport
c/o AVCON, Inc.
320 Bayshore Dr., Ste. A
NIcevllle, Fl. 32578
By: Mary C. Redding sit
Dennis Music, Owner

ADVERTISEMENT OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned Intends to sell the
personal property described
below to enforce a lien Imposed
on said property under The
Florida Self Storage Facility Act
Statutes (section 83.801-83.809)
The undersigned will sell at public
sale by competitive bidding or
dispose of on the 2nd of June,
2012, at 10:00 am, on the
premises where said property has
been stored and which are
located at Lock & Key Mini
Storage, 1309 S. Jefferson Street,
Perry, Florida, County of Taylor,
State of Florida, the following:
TEMIA KEYS Unit F61 household
goods
NANCY ROBERTS Unit E26
household goods
VERONICA BRADLEY Unit D36
household goods
BRANDICE SMITH Unit B36
household goods
DOROTHY ROOMS Unit D30
household goods
MAURICE PRICE Unit E20
household goods
WENDY COUNCIL Unit E13
household goods
Purchases must be paid for atthe
time of purchase In cash All
purchased units sold as Is where
are and Items must be removed
and unit cleaned at the time of
sale. Sale Is subject to
cancellation In the event of
settlement between owner and
obligated party.


Dated this 25th day of May, 2012.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 12-243-CA
CAPITAL CITY BANK,
Plaintiff,
v.
LEE E. PECK, If alive and If
deceased; the Estate of LEE E.
PECK, the decedent's unknown
spouses, heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors and all other
parties claiming by, through,
under or against him; the
unknown spouses, heirs,
devisees, grantees and creditors
of deceased persons, and all
other parties claiming by,
through, under or against them;
and all unknown natural persons
If alive, and If dead or not known
to be dead or alive, their several
and respective unknown
spouses, heirs, devlsees, grantees
and creditors, or other parties
claiming by, through or under
those unknown natural persons;
and the several and respective
unknown assigns, successors In
Interest, trustees or any other
person claiming by, through,
under or against any corporation
or other legal entity named as
defendant; and all claimants,
persons, or parties, natural or
corporate, or whose exact legal
status is unknown, claiming under
any of the ,above-named or
described defendants or parties
claiming to have any right, title
or Interest In and to the lands and
property hereinafter described,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: LEE E. PECK, If alive
and If deceased; the Estate of
LEE E. PECK, the decedent's
unknown spouses, heirs,
devisees, grantees, creditors and
all other parties claiming by,
through, under or against him;
the unknown spouses, heirs,


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devisees, grantees and creditors
of deceased persons, and all
other parties claiming by,
through, under or against them;
and all unknown natural persons
If alive, and If dead or not known
to be dead or alive, their several
and respective unknown
spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees
and creditors, or other parties
claiming by, through or under
those unknown natural persons;
and the several and respective
unknown assigns, successors In
Interest, trustees or any other
person claiming by, through,
under or against any corporation
or other legal entity named as
defendant; and all claimants,
persons, or parties, natural or
corporate, or whose exact legal
status Is unknown, claiming under
any of the above-named or
described defendants or parties
claiming to have any right, title
or Interest in and to the lands and
property hereinafter described.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a
Verified Complaint to Foreclose
Mortgage has been filed by the
Plaintiff, CAPITAL CITY BANK, In
the Circuit Court of Taylor
County, Florida, regarding the
following described real
property:
Parcel I.D. #10-07-07-06578-267
LOT 267, BLOCK C, LEISURE
RETREATS SUBDIVISION, UNIT 3, AS
THE SAME APPEARS OF RECORD
IN PLAT BOOK 1, AT PAGE 129 OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF TAYLOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA
You are required to serve a copy
of your answer or other pleading
on the plaintiff's attorney,
MICHAEL S. SMITH of SMITH &
SMITH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, P.A.,
P.O. Drawer 579, Perry, Florida
32348, and file the original
answer or pleading In the office
of the Clerk of the above-named
Court on or before the 1st day of
JULY, 2012.
IF YOU FAIL TO DO SO, judgment
by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint.


B-5 Perry News-Herald June 1-2, 2012




WITNESS my hand and official Clerk of the Circuit Court Perry, Florida 32348
seal, this 29th of May, 2012. Taylor County, Florida Martl Lee
ANNIE MAE MURPHY, P.O. Box 620 By: Deputy Clerk _




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122 seniors to graduate at


Saturday commencement


One-hundred and twenty-
two Taylor County High
School (TCHS) seniors
will turn their tassels
Saturday, June 2, during
commencement exercises'
and in doing so, turn the
page to the next chapter in
their lives.
The ceremony begins
at 8:30 a.m. at Dorsett
Stadium.
The candidates for
graduation will enter the
stadium to "Pomp and
Circumstance" performed
by the Taylor County
High School Band, under
the direction of Stewart
Schlazer.
The JROTC Color Guard
will raise the American flag
while the band presents
the national anthem. The
pledge of allegiance for
students and guests will be
led by Ja'Brayla Bell, senior
class vice president.


TCHS Principal Michael
Thompson will deliver the
welcoming address and
introduce special guests at


the ceremony.
Salutatorian Kristen Reed
and Valedictorian Macy
Gregory will then deliver


speeches to their fellow
graduates.
CarrieBeth Nowlin,
senior class president, will
present a farewell address,
followed by the "Alma
Mater" led by T'keyah
Peterson.
Graduating seniors will be
awarded their diplomas by
Superintendent of Schools
Paul Dyal and Thompson,
with distinction given to
students graduating with
honors (cum laude), high
honors Magnaa cum laude)
or highest honors (summa
cum laude).
Once the students have
diplomas in hand,Thompson
will lead the Class of 2012
in the changing of tassels,
completing their high
school careers and sending
them on to their futures.
The band will conclude
the ceremony with a musical
recessional.


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TCHS seniors honored at awards night


Taylor County High
School honored graduating
seniors during its annual
Awards & Academic
Recognition Night held May
22.
Principal Michael
Thompson welcomed
everyone to the event
and the JROTC Honor
Guard presided over the
Presentation of Colors and
Pledge of Allegiance.
Awards and academic
recipients were:
Art Award: Kristen
Reed.
English Award: Macy
Gregory.
Math Award: Connor
Bishop.
Science Award: Macy
Gregory.
Social Studies Award:


Macy Gregory.
Spanish Award: Macy
Gregory.
Florida College:
Zachary Clark, Ashley
Harper, Ashley Mixon and
CarrieBeth Nowlin.
Cameron University:
Shakayla Giacomucci.
Florida A&M
University: Kenesha Hugger
and Melanie Jackson.
Florida State
University: Shamouri
Island.
St. Leo University:
Caitlin Carter.
Santa Fe College: Macy
Gregory.
University of Florida:
Lyndsey Carter, Aaron
Crews and Raven Mitchell.
University of West
Florida: Corneshia Bree


Kimble.
Recognition of
Enlistment: Gary Davis,
Taylor Luellen, Chris
Poitevint, Phillip Sherwood
and Clayton Tyson.
Take Stock in Children
Scholarship: Christopher
Carter.
Taylor Education
Foundation General
Achievement Scholarship:
Caitlin Bogart, Delayne
Martin, T'Keyah Peterson,
Kristy Potter and Brion
Scott.
STARS Scholarships:
Ian Brown, Bryan Frazier,
Jane Gamoa and Breashia
Williams.
Homer J. Smith
Scholarship: Ja'Brayla
Bell, Shyla Abercrumbie,
Shakier August, Corneshia


Kimble, Raven Mitchell and
Shamouri Island.
Perry Woman's Club
Scholarship: Kristen Blue,
Kristina Wald and Whitney
Young.
Sara Jones Scholarship:
Elizabeth Ashley Harper.
Robert Shelton
Edwards Memorial
Academic Scholarship:
Caitlin Weatherly.
Perry Kiwanis: Blaine
Brenner.
New Brooklyn
Missionary Baptist
Church: (Frankye Sermons
Scholarship) Breashia
Williams and (Hazel James
Williams Scholarship)
Breashia Williams.
Perry Elks Lodge No.
1851 Scholarship: Kristina
Wald.


Gator Club
Scholarship: Lyndsey
Carter.
North Florida
Community College:
Project Graduation Award,
Kristy Potter; Mildred
Bruner Scholarship, Mary
Katie Stefanelli; Academic
Improvement Trust Fund
(AITF) Scholarship,
Margaret Lundy and Skylar
Schmidt; Lorenzo and Mary
Lou Whitfield Scholarship,
Kristina Wald; General
Scholarship, Lindsey
McHargue; and Presidential
Scholarships, Kristen Reed
and Micah Tyler McDonald.
Bright Futures
Scholarships: (Florida
Medallion) Shyla
Abercrumbie, Ja'Brayla
Bell, Blaine Brenner,


Caitlin Carer, Lyndsey
Carter, Aaron Crews,
Sheryl Ann Curles, Kiley
Faircloth, Elizabeth Ashley
Harper, Jane-Hannah
Hewitt, Shelby Hunsucker,
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Bree Kimble, Micah
Tyler McDonald, Justin
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Chelsea Snodgrass, Mary
Katie Stefanelli, William
Tuten, Hanna Valentine,
Caitlin Weatherly, Samuel
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Class Flower:
Orchid


Class Song:
"Tonight, Tonight" by Hot Celle Rae


Class Motto:


"The world isn't ending.


We're just taking over."


So proud of you
McKenZfe Meti tair
Graduating
Summo Cur Laude
fosylor Couaty
Christion Acodemy
Love you,
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You have gone from being our special little girl to our very
special young lady. Follow your dreams, keep God first in
your life and all your dreams will come true. We love you.
Mom, Dad, Jaren and Daniel
"For I know the plans I have for you says the Lord. They are
plans for good and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope."
Jeremiah 29:11


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Your sisters, Addie & Talina


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The time is finally here,
and we give all praise
to God for you, my sweet dear. You are all
grown up now and being your parents is an
honor to endow.
James, live, love, laugh and celebrate
and most of all take our heavenly Father
wherever you go. Let God lead and guide you
and He will see you through.
We love you James and congratulations!
We are so proud of you,
Jamesia. David, Mom & Dad


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congratulate the Class of 2012. It's hard to
believe the day is finally here. You've worked
hard and made it through, and we couldn't
be more proud of you.
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Congratulations on all your
accomplishments, graduates. We
couldn't be more proud of you. May
the coming years bring happiness,


health, joy and fulfillment,


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Believe in yourselves and go after
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stay focused on your goals in life
and give it your very best!


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Principal Thompson's


message to Class 2012


Taylor County High
School Principal Michael
Thompson had the
following message for the
graduating Class of 2012:
"As this comes to a close,
I would like to take this
opportunity to say that it has
been a pleasure serving as
your principal for the past
four years.
"During your four years
at Taylor County High


School, it has been our
goal to assist you in your
growth as intelligent and
socially well-adjusted men
and women. Our emphasis
always consisted of building
a strong educational
foundation that would
serve you well in whatever
endeavor you choose to
pursue.
"Now, as you venture out
into society, it is my hope


that you will capitalize or
the hard work you have
put in during your year:
at TCHS. Take with you
the relationships you have
formed and the lessons
you learned to shape you
into capable young adults,
ready to face the world wiLt
healthy attitudes.
"Best wishes to the Class
of 2012 for an excellent
career and meaningful life."


Valerie Gardner


Gardner graduates

with honors from

Aucilla Christian
Taylor County senior Valerie Louise Gardner graduated
from Aucilla Christian Academy Saturday, May 19, with
honors.
She is the daughter of Rick and Birdy Gardner.
Gardner was one of 20 students to graduate during
the ceremony, which was held in the Aucilla Christian
Academy auditorium.


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Quotable

Quotes

The following quotes
were taken from famous
commencement speeches
given over the past decade:

"Your time is limited,
so don't waste it living
someone else's life. Don't be
trapped by dogma--which
is living with the results
of other people's thinking.
Don't let the noise of others'
opinions drown out your
own inner voice.
"And most important,
have the courage to follow
your heart and intuition.
They somehow already
know what you truly want to
become. Everything else is
secondary."
--Steve Jobs

"Your education is a dress
rehearsal for a life that is
yours to lead. Twenty-five
years from now, you won't
have as easy a time making
excuses as my class did.
You won't be able to blame
the deans, or the culture,
or anyone else: you will
have no one to blame but
yourselves. Whoa."
--Nora Ephron

"You know, I used to think
the future was solid or fixed,
something you inherited like
an old building that you
move into when the previous
generation moves out or
gets chased out. But it's not.
The future is not fixed; it's
fluid.
"You can build your
own building, or hut or
condo, whatever; this is the
metaphor part of the speech
by the way. But my point
is that the world is more
malleable, than you think
and it's waiting for you to
hammer it into shape."
--Bono

"I guess what I have
been trying to say here this
afternoon can be summed
up, by the old adage that
'happiness is a journey, not
a destination' Bringing. joy
and passion and optimism
to your work is not what
you get to do when you get
to the top. It is how you get
to the top. If I have had any
success as a journalist since
I was sitting down there
where you are 30 years ago,
it's because Ifound a way to
enjoy the journey as much
as the destination.
"Oh yes, I have had
my dull moments and bad
seasons--believe me, I
have. But more often than
not I found ways to learn
from, and enjoy, some part
of each job. You can't bet
your whole life on some
destination. You've got to
make the journey work too.
And that is why I leave you
with some wit and wisdom
attributed to Mark Twain:
Always work like you don't
need the money. Always fall
in love like you've never
been hurt. Always dance
like nobody is watching.
And always--always--live
like it's heaven on earth."
--Thomas L. Friedman

"And for all of you, for
whatever future you have in
mind, the future and changes
are becoming radically new
and different at warp speed.
"Ours is above and
beyond all an exponential
world, changing faster than
at any previous period of
history. The accumulated
knowledge of the world
is already at the zettabyte
level--that's a one followed
by 21 zeroes of bytes."
--Dr. Edward O.Wilson


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24 from Taylor earn



degrees, certificates


NorthFlorida Community
College (NFCC) extended
its congratulations to the
following 24 Taylor County
students who were awarded
degrees or certificates at
the conclusion of NFCC's
Spring Term 2012.
Leenette Wilhelmina
McMillan-Fredriksson, an
alumnus and "1989 Student
of the Year," addressed
NFCC graduates.
McMillan-Fredriksson
later attended Florida State
University and received her
Juris Doctorate from FSU
College of Law.
She currently operates
a private practice law firm
in Mayo specializing in
real estate, contracts, civil
and local government law.


She received The Florida
Bar President's Pro Bono
Award for her pro bono
work and also serves as
the Lafayette County
attorney and Lafayette
County School Board
attorney.
"Class of 2012, be
true to yourself, immerse
yourself in learning, be
good to others, go out
there and change the world
because you can do it," said
McMillan-Fredriksson.
NFCC's Spring Term
2012 graduates for Taylor
County are:
Associate in Arts
Degree: Haley Alicia
Albanese, Hannah Elizabeth
Bundrick, Annaelle Hillary
Edwards, Lyndsey L.


Gray, Sandi Hilgendorf,
(Steinhatchee) Karlene
Marchant, Christopher
Morgan, Emerald Miles,
Joseph D. Sinclair, Ronda
Lou Smith, Cassidy
Shannon Stephens, Lena
Whitehead Trujillo, Dawn
Atherton Weatherly, Elisa
Shaye Web and Heather
Faith Williams.
Drafting/Architectural:
Jeremy David French,
Blair Myles Jones, Michael
Christopher Rhodes, David
Roberts and Logan Ryan
Shiver.
Public Safety/
Corrections: (Steinhatchee)
Frieda A. Philmon.
Paramedic: Dan Cassell,
Kelly Michael Simmons
and Venita D. Woodfaulk.


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a unifinjg Ittlfe qifinto schoioffor the
jiritt tiue, and noiw tie ue are....
graduation andCofge. t'a tching you
,rio't hfa.s 6rouglit such happiness to our
ies, and we vcoudOif be prouderoft he
younq .'oman you have become. 'ou
liar c always arched to your oiwn unique
beat aid eiracLdO'eeryiy t i fifehas
qtt.\,u Mlwitht Idlht,'r a dsiNifes. As
you wt out to inmae you) r miart onu this
world, ?yen v t,.r, minute of it. T'I, wish
you th" stre'gthfu tofaree h lifts challenges,
,ayoe' 'ilco ,to Is mnfce aff your dreams
come t ne ur. tli e Wisdom to seLtekG ll5s
,gubuidh". l in aflTthat you do.
oNut youru, 'w s jusit beginning, embrace it!
4It' toc ,you 'Bay Girt!"
.lmo. ,Dad 'z. acl~.czie


Sheryl Ann

Con gGRAD1ulations

To a beautiful, smart and
talented young lady.
We are very proud of you.
Look out Bama, here she comes!
Love,
Moma, Savell, Natalie,
Poppa & Ninny



May God bless you with courage to accomplish all you can, to set no limitations and pursue your every plan.
May God bless you to appreciate each trait that you possess to know that your potential is your doorway to success.
May God fill you with self confidence and give you self-esteem and bless you with a future that fulfills your every dream.
Congratulations!
Love, Mommy, Sa-Mia', Johnny & Al
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with yo4.
We love yeou iand are
very proudd of all your
aICCOIIlpilinlimelts.
We love you.,
Mianiale, IDeidy, Telimma,
Memine & Paa liryamm


Murphy


Congratulations
Justin!!

We could not
ask for more,
you always
make us proud.
Mom & Dad
CLASS OF
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Congratulations
IanJoshua Brown
Look at the man you've become!
"For I know
the plans
Ihave for
youPStsays
the Lord,
S"They are
plans for
good and
not for
disaster, to give you a future and a
hope."Jeremiah 29:11
May God continue to bless you on
your new journey!
Grandma (Mildred), Auntie (Pam),
Uncle Dave, Uncle Calvie, Ebone' andYani


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TTI graduates to be honored


Taylor Technical
Institute salutes the
following students who
will graduate tonight, June
1, in ceremonies at the
Taylor County High School
gymnatorium.
Academic Career
Education (ACE) graduates
include: Aladdin Q.
Andrews, Larry Bernard
Bailey, Kevisha Britt, Jakari
Cook, Krystiana Janine


Crowder, Kendall Ste'fan
Gates, Austin Levi Goit,
Ashley Marina Knight,
Shavis Da'reel McKnight,
Ciera Ryeanne Ormsby,
Micha Jay Palmer, Raydon
Jamal Parker, Vanessa Lynn
Thrift and Florence Jan
Williams.
ACE instructors include
Ruth Harvey, Joseph Smarr,
Ruben Lewis, Jimmy Lundy,
Christy Moody and Colleen


Agner, with Tonya Murphy
as aide.
GED graduates include:
Eva K. Akins, Stefanie A.
Allen, Eric W. Anderson,
Ashley M. Bach, Gena
M. Bedford, Nathan T.
Bennett, Alisha M. Bland,
Olivia L. Bodiford, Shawn
E. Bodiford, James D.
Boyington, Brandice J.
Cannon, Jason L. Conner,
Cheyene R. Conyer, Aaron


M. Cooper, Christen
M. Coxwell, Gerard L.
Cunningham, Kasey J.
Davis, Jessica K. Downey,
Joseph S. Drawbond,
Sydney S. Engeloff, Brandon
K. Ferguson, Savanna H.
Ferguson, Kenneth Fuller Jr.,
Nicholas L. Gibson, Rachel
Gibson, Brittany R. Godfrey,
Khristal D. Goff, Antonio D.
Green, Donald R. Gregory
]I, Lori A. Gulbrandsen,


Victoria E. Hicks,
L. Hilson, Tyler L. I
Dayvin T. James, J
N. Kelly, Jesse R.
Achilles B. Man
Keith L. Mathews, A
C. Mieses, Julia R. M
Branden B. Moore,
M. Moore, Erick H. I
Justin T. O'Neal,
L. Padgett, Alvin J.
Justin R. Parker, Rayn
Parker, Sarena M. Pe


tonight

Harley Randy G. Perry, Keaton ID.
Homner, Porter, Michael G. Sinnott,
ennifer Rachel M. Smarr, Logan W.
Lewis, Smith,Jeremy W. Strickland,
itzanas, Angela D. Sutton, Alexis
autumn M. Tew, Michael P. Tupua,
lonroe, Andrew J. Tuten, Jacindp
Brandi L. Walker and Bailey L.
Losley, Welch.
Ashley Instructors include Ruben
Parker, Lewis, Joseph Smarr, Liddie
londL. Davis, Sandy MacDonald
peacock, and Janice Murphy.


Taylor Technical Institute students gathered May 16 for the school's annual Awards Day.


TTI awards ceremony recognized 'extraordinary efforts


Taylor Technical Institute
(TTI) held its annual
Awards Day Wednesday,
May 16, recognizing "the
extraordinary efforts of
students in each of the
various program areas."
TTI faculty and staff
thanked the various business
and industry partners who
help throughout the year in
donating tools and supplies
to students, as well as
money to help fund the
Awards Day plaques and
trophies.
Sponsors included:
United Steelworkers Local
1192, Airgas, American
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Aluminum, Buckeye,
Fru-Con, RDS, Marshall
Health and Rehabilitation,
Doctors' Memorial Hospital,
Thomas Chevrolet, O'Reilly
Auto Parts, Timberland
Ford, NAPA Auto Parts,
Ina Padgett-State Farm
Insurance, Cashway Building
Products, Weiss Building
Center, Ace Hardware,
Chemring Ordnance and
Weiss Building Center, Inc.
The. following award
winners were recognized
for showing quality
workmanship, citizenship
and going "above and
beyond" in their coursework:


Most Outstanding Business
Technology Secondary
Student, Nicole Delany;
Most Outstanding
Business Technology Post-
Secondary Student, Alenia
Adkison; Most Outstanding
Cosmetology Student,
Patricia Ratliff; Haircutting
Award, Kristi Wilson; Hair
Styling Award: Katelyn
Lynn; Hair Coloring Award,
Jennifer Ferguson; Creative
Nail Design Award, Katie
Boyington; Texture Service
Award,La'Untrice Simmons;
Facialist Award, Amy Dice;
Destined for Success Award,
Adrianne Persons; Most


Outstanding Millwright
Post-Secondary Student
Award, Richard Wilson;
Most Outstanding Millwright
Secondary Award, Jonathon
Freeman and Charles
Hassler; Golden Hard Hat
Award, Corey Miller; Most
Outstanding Automotive
Service Technology Post-
Seondary Student, Bobby W.
Landson; Automotive New
Technician Award, Kayleen
L. Sanders; Electronics
and Instrumentation Most
Outstanding First Year
Student Award, Caleb
Murphy; Electronics and
Instrumentation Most


Outstanding Second
Year Student Award,
Frank Crutchfield; Most
Outstanding Building
Construction Student
Award, Shane Shiver; Most
Hard Working Building
Construction Student Award,
Drew Williams; Building
Construction Attention to
Detail Award, Chase Barger
and Micah Palmer; First
Year Welding Competition
winners, (first place) Travis
Strickland, (second place)
Adam Crumpler and (third
place) Trent Wolfe; Second
Year Welding competition
winners, (first place) Donald


Fittje, (second place}
James Thigpen and (third
place) Brad Mantzannasi:
Most Dedicated Welding:
Student, T.J. Murphy; Mot
Outstanding Post-Secondary
Welding Student. Donald
Fittje; Most Outstanding.
Secondary Welding Student,
Mathew Vaughn; and the:
Welding Rising to Excelleiiet
Award, James Thigpen.
"Everybody is proud of
these students and looks.
forward to the great things
they will accomplish with
their talents," TT1 Progranr
Specialist' David Dunklel
said.


L tvCiO RI T : IrAlvmlT IISTON
WE ARE SO PROUD OF YOU SON.
REMEMBER, YOU CAN DO ALL THINGS THROUGH
CHRIST WHO GIVES YOU STRENGTH. LT GOD LIGHT
YOUR WAY AND KEEP YOU SAFE WHILE YOU ARE
AWAY. GOOD LUCK ON THE NEXT CHAPTER IN YOUR
LIFE. WE LOVE YOU!! STAY ARMY STRONG HOOAH
IOVE- MOM, DAD, SISSY & BUBBA

Congratulations Robert Glanton



aYou made
it and we -0
are so proud
of you.
Keep God
in whatever
you do.

Love You,
Your Family

Congratulations Yuasha


I am truly blessed to have a wonderful
goddaughter like you. Good luck with your future.
Love, Godie (Meko)


Maeg,

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proud of you.

Est of luek

in gour future.



Nanng & pops,


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How lucky you all have been to have shared the past 18 years together. You may all take different
paths in life but no matter where you go, keep God first; with Him all things are possible.
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