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Get Easter treats for you and your family this SaturdayAARP Relay For Life team members will host a bake sale this Saturday, March 30, at Winn Dixie, starting at 9 a.m. Buy your Easter cake from us, members urge.Registration continues for Canines for Cancer Walk AboutTaylor County Relay For Life will host a Canines for Cancer Walk About Saturday, April 6, at J&M Feed Store from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Prizes will be awarded in a variety of categories and a pet parade (costumes welcome) will be held. Registration forms are available at the ofces of Dr. Miles Owens, Perry Animal Hospital, J&M Feed Store and Yarbrough Tire.Steen to discuss history of the Navy TuesdayRetired U.S. Navy Capt. Morris Steen will share the history of the Navy from John Paul Jones to the present Tuesday, April 2. He will be guest speaker at the monthly meeting of American Legion Post 96. The meeting will start at 7 p.m. and everyone is welcome.Need a scholarship?The Taylor County Historical Society is currently accepting applications for an annual scholarship awarded to a local high school senior. Applications are available at the high school or at the historical society museum located in downtown Perry.Historical Society to hold yard saleThe Taylor County Historical Society will hold a fund-raising yard sale Saturday, April 8. The sale, to be held at the societys downtown museum, will start at 8 a.m.Start cooking for chili challenge!Applications are being accepted for the 11th annual Taylor County Chili Challenge, which will be held in conjunction with the Florida State Bluegrass Festival Saturday, April 6. More than $1,000 in cash prizes will be awarded in the contest including rst place prizes for the Best Chili Golden Spoon Award, Most Unique & Interesting Chili and Peoples Choice. Second and third place winners will also be recognized. The entry fee is $20 per chili. Each contestant must cook and provide a minimum of two gallons of chili for judging and serving. Check-in is at 11 a.m., at Forest Capital State Park. Judging and serving begin at noon. Festival-goers will be able to purchase bottomless bowls to sample the chili entries for $5 each. Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1889 Perry News-HeraldPerry News-Herald 50 Friday/ SaturdayMarch 29-30, 2013 Index One section 124th Year, No. 11www.perrynewspapers.com Weather Friday74 37 Saturday 77 51 Sunday77 51 30% Perry News-Herald Perry News-Herald News Forum Looking Back . ......... A-2 Living . ..................... A-4 Religion . .................. A-6 Sports . .................... A-7 Entertainment . ........ A-8 TV listings . .............. A-9 Classieds . ........... A-10 a new VISION for downtown Who should hire next police chief? The two newest members of the Perry City Council are making their voices heard, with their latest input calling into question how the police chief is hired and casting doubt on the efciency of some city workers. Councilwomen Shirlie Hampton and Ventia Woodfaulk both took their seats last fall and have dived in to share concerns they have received from voters in their respective districts. At a recent city council meeting, Hampton offered her input on how the city hires its chief of police. I am just bringing forward concerns from my district and they do not think it should be left to Bob Brown to do the hiring. I think the council should also have input, Hampton said. During subsequent discussions, Councilman Don Cook expressed his strong opposition to making any changes to how the citys hiring structure is designed. Citizens voted twice for the city charter, which outlines this form of government--where we (as the city council) have an executive manager who works at the pleasure of the council, Cook said. The only way to change that would be a referendum (regarding a change to the city charter) and I think that would be a step backward. Thats the way the city was Free bluegrass festival tickets! Timberland Ford has partnered with the Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce to provide 100 free tickets to the Florida State Bluegrass Festival, which will be at Forest Capital State Park April 4-6. The three-day music festival will feature IIIrd Tyme Out, The Roys, Skip Cherryholmes Quintet, Kenny & Amanda Smith and many more. Tickets will be available at Timberland and the chamber; there is a limit of two tickets per person. Shown above with Chamber President Dawn Taylor (center) are Timberland employees Jennifer LaValle (left) and Lee Roy Driver. Residents were given a sneak peak Tuesday of what downtown could look like if the city moves forward with the plan to build hardtop canopies throughout the main downtown business district corridors. Designers presented preliminary drawings of their recommendations during two public hearings held at City Hall. Perry City Council members were able to give their input during the second hearing, which occurred during their regular meeting. The designs concentrated on a one-block area spanning Main Street to Green. The proposal calls for two-story, balconied awnings wrapping around the blocks north and south anchorsin this case the old Dansby building and the former Perry Ofce Supply. That appears to be the pattern throughout downtownall of the blocks have a two-story building at each end much like bookends, Mark Tarmey with 4M Design Group said. By considering a second oor or a 2-story canopy at some, if not all of the corners, we are able to create a much more dynamic streetscape, he said. This idea proposes that we will develop 4-5 basic canopy options that can be assembled in several patterns appropriate to the revitalization effort they would not all look just alike, but would be Please see page 3 Please see page 3 Delays plague road project Just when construction work will begin on Providence Road, a 3,800foot roadway north of Perry which will connect U.S. 19 and the site of AMTEC Less-Lethal Systems, Inc. (ALS), is up in the air as the county continues working through the permitting process as well as awaiting the results of what is now a contested bid process. The road project is being funded through a $1.4 million Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) Economic Development Transportation Fund Grant with no local match. Four rms bid on the project and the bids were opened during the Taylor County Commissions meeting held Tuesday, March 19. According to County Engineer Kenneth Dudley, the county included incentives in the bid package if rms could complete the work in a shorter length of time. The four bids were: Sandco, Inc., $892,400 in 45 days; Anderson Columbia Co., $914,000 in 90 days; Old Castle Southern Group, Inc., $1,362,516.06 in 90 days; and Curts Construction, Inc., $1,346,844.34 in 90 days. Dudley asked that the bid committee be given time to examine the bids and have the commission make an award that evening to help speed up the project. The board agreed and took a Please see page 12 The street scenes shown here feature the block spanning between Main Street and Green Street (facing the courthouse) as well as the proposed hard-top canopies that would link downtown to Rosehead Park. Construction begins on coastal parkConstruction has begun on parking facilities at Keaton Beach Coastal Park to alleviate congestion at the adjacent public boat ramp. The county received three state grants to assist with the construction through the Florida Boating Improvement Program (FBIP). FBIP provided funding assistance in 2010-11 for the design and engineering of the parking facilities at the site and awarded the county a second grant in 2011-12 in the amount of $100,000 for the actual construction, Grants Coordinator Melody Cox said. In late 2012, the county received an additional $175,000 for the project, which was coupled with a $75,000 local match. The county did not receive the additional funding, however, until Jan. 31. Facing a grant deadline of July 30, the Taylor County Please see page 3

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HAPPY EASTER!The newspaper declared Happy Easter to our readers and friends with this edition, while orists advertised bouquets and churches promoted sunrise services.BEAUTIES IN A ROWA front-page picture showed the contestants for the 1978 Miss Taylor County High School Pageant. They included: Gail Swain, Robin Denmark, Kathleen Woodward, Ruth Ann Brown, Donna Redding, June Holley, Kathy Moore, Amanda Williams, Linda Shaw, Vanessa Ricketson, Cynthia New, Claire Williams, Tammy Avery, Debbie Glover and Amanda Stephens. COASTAL MANAGEMENT?The county commission voted unanimously to oppose the entire coastal management program formulated by the Department of Environmental Regulation. Copies of its resolution of opposition were to be forwarded to all legislators representing Taylor and other coastal counties, noting the commissioners belief that only large counties would benet from such a document.WEDDINGS, NEAR AND FARRebecca Lynn Green, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Green of Perry, married George Thomas Black in a Lutheran ceremony in Jonesboro, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Fowler announced the engagement of their daughter, Susan, to Ralph Mosley, the son of Mrs. Jessie Mosley of Perry. An April 7 wedding was planned. Tammy Grantham and Danny Peake announced their plans to marry April 22 in Spring Warrior Church of Christ.WHOS NEW?A baby girl, Amy Danielle, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Hardee Ratliff on March 12, 1978, in Tallahassee Memorial Hospital. Proud grandparents included Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Edwards and Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Ratliff. COOKBOOKS ADDED TO LIBRARY SHELVESFlo Mayer, representing the Women of St. James Episcopal Church, presented the last two copies of the organizations cookbook to Myrtice Parker, Taylor County librarian, and Alton Wentworth of the Taylor County Historical Society.EATING WELL AT THE SKYLARKThe Skylark Restaurant announced a special menu for the weekend with two, nine-foot salad bars, as well as Alaskan King Crab Legs, steaks, grouper, stuffed ounder, turtle steak and fresh vegetables.A-2 Perry News-Herald March 29-30, 2013 Looking Back Perry News-HeraldPerry, Florida 123 S. Jefferson Street (850) 584-5513 The Perry News-Herald (ISSN 07470967) is published each Friday by Perry News papers, Inc., 123 S. Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida 32347. Subscriptions are $35.00 per year or $49.00 out of county. Periodicals postage paid at Perry, Florida 32348. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to the Perry News-Herald, P.O. Box 888, Perry, FL 32348. and views on the news. Please submit letters by Monday at 5 p.m. The Taco Times reserves the right to refuse publication of letters which are libelous or irresponsible. Name may be withheld if circumstances so require, but all letters submitted should We look forward to hearing from you! Our address is Perry, Newspapers, Inc., P.O. Box 888, Perry, Florida 32348. e-mail: newsdesk@perrynewspapers.comMember Perry/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce. P.O. Box 888 DONALD D. LINCOLN Publisher SUSAN H. LINCOLN Managing EditorANGELA M. CASTELUCCIStaff Writer/Advertising Sales DEBBIE CARLTON Business Manager CAROLYN DuBOSE Advertising Director MICHELE ARNOLD Graphic Arts MARK VIOLA Staff Writer TAMMY KNIGHT 2013 Perry Newspapers Inc. March 29-30, 2013 Remember when...By ANTHONY L. WHITE anthonylamarwhite@yahoo.comClass Reunion, take 3 And the reunion continues. In early 2012, when Shelly, Sandy, Geri and Jackie rst contacted me about our 30-year class reunion, I joined the planning committee and oered several ideas for the reunion. From the very start, Shellys main concern was a reunion cruise, and it didnt take much eort on her part to convince the rest of us that we wanted to go on a reunion cruise. Over the next several months, other classmates chimed in. I wont be able to make the cruise, one said. Why arent we having a reunion event in Perry? Ill be home anksgiving, another said. But, my funds are low, so I wont be able to make the cruise. Please have something in Perry, Sharon Moore lamented. I want to come home to a reunion. Aer 30 or so similar messages, the planning committee convened for a special session. Im all about the cruise, Shelly was quick to announce. We can have a local reunion, but Anthony, its going to be your baby. Jackie seconded Shellys motion. en Sandy and Geri, gave the motion a thumbs up. And just like that, the local reunion was my baby. However, since everyone on the planning committee was familiar with my parenting skills, they all volunteered to assist me and in some cases, take over. anks to those wonderful ladies, MY baby was a major success. I felt bad a month later, when I couldnt return the favor and unintentionally let them down. A few days before the cruise, I became ill. is illness prevented me from going on THEIR reunion cruise, which didnt win me any Brownie points. Youre not going where? Jackie asked. en before I could answer, she answered for me. I know you didnt say you werent going on the reunion cruise. No, I didnt say it. But, I was about to before she stopped me. I better not get down to the port and youre not there, my cousin Fram called and said the night before we were to leave for the cruise. You hear me, Antmar? Yes, I heard her. Loud and clear. But, I was much too afraid to tell the truth. Ill be there, I said then asked God for forgiveness under my breath. ankfully, they, like God, forgave me. Now, six months aer the Class of 1982s 30-year reunion, and ve months aer the reunion cruise to the Bahamas, the Class of 82 is at it again. e class has planned a spring break social in Jacksonville the weekend of April 12-14. is time, my class members gave me the simple duty of just showing up. Still, every other day, since the socials planning committee began organizing the event, Ive received a barrage of reminders from various classmates. Are you coming, Anthony? one classmate seems to ask at least three times a week. Elaine, one of the planners, texts, emails, or calls nearly every day to remind me about the event. And then theres Tracy. Antmar, youre going to Jacksonville, Tracy stopped by the house and said the other day. Im going, I responded. You better because everybody wants you to be there, she continued. It wont be the same without you. I turned my back so Tracy couldnt see the smile pasted on my face as I whispered, ey like me. ey really like me. And, because they really like me, here I come Jacksonville. THE PERRY NEWS-HERALD March 23, 1978 Then& NowOQuinn Pharmacy was established in 1911 and is one of the oldest pharmacies in the United States. In 2011, the pharmacy celebrated its 100th year in business and at the same location. The business is located in the 1905 historic Blair Building at the corner of Main Street and Jefferson. The two scenes here (above and right) show the business early days. Surveyors have made 3D maps of buildings throughout Perrys downtown district. The maps are being used by designers working on the citys recently launched free-standing canopy project. OQuinn Phramacys own awnings are being used as inspiration in the plan. Shown here is a 3D depicition of the building.

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A-3 Perry News-Herald March 29-30, 2013 administered pre-1982 and there were problems. The city was not well managed at that time at all. It was broke and the governor was this-close to coming in and taking over, he noted. Cook added, The only other way to take it to a referendum would be to get three of ve votes (of the city council) and Ill tell you now youd have to get four votes because I am going to oppose. I would be a yay, Councilwoman Hampton. I am comfortable with the charter (as it is), Councilman Mike Deming said. It was chaos, Mayor Daryll Gunter said to describe the citys state prior to the charter changes. Youd have ve people (i.e. council members) telling the city manager who to hire, he said. Local resident Wayne Dunwoody contributed to the discussions, stating a police chief who is hired by one city manager is not worried about serving the entire community, but one personthe man who hired him. This should not be left on one persons hand. The hiring should be done in conjunction with the entire board. It is a lot of power for one person to hire the police chief. Dunwoody said he had been approached by many in the community concerned over this issue, and I didnt know how to answer them. Now you doit is outlined in the charter how to make any changes by taking it to a vote, Cook said to Dunwoody, who was given a copy of the charter by Councilman Deming. I will say that if a movement is made to change the charter, I would be the rst person to form a committee opposing it, Cook said. The issue has not been brought before the council in its most recent meetings. On Tuesday, during council discussions regarding a proposed ordinance relating to abandoned shopping carts on roadsides throughout the city, Councilwoman Woodfaulk asked if city workers could retrieve the buggies and the city then charge stores collecting the carts. Where would we get the man hours to do that? City Finance Director Penny Staffney asked. Get the ones (city workers) riding around not doing anything. They could do it, Woodfaulk said. Riding around doing nothing? Staffney repeated. Im not saying names, but we do have some out riding around burning up gas all day, Woodfaulk said. No one commented on Woodfaulks assessment, but Councilman Cook asked members to compile a list of showstoppers either you want in or not in there and bring it to (City Manager) Bob (Brown) so he can draft a shopping cart ordinance we would all be okay with. Commission agreed last week to execute a contract with R&E Site Development, Inc., which was the lowest responding bidder in December 2012 and had agreed to honor its bid. County Attorney Kenneth Dudley said the rm had problems acquiring performance and payment bonds for the project. He instead outlined a series of proposals negotiated between staff and R&E he said would protect the county in lieu of the bonds. In light of the FBIP grant time constraints, current economic difculties obtaining bonding and R&Es extended willingness to hold pricing for this project, staff believes this proposal is an acceptable compromise under these circumstances, Dudley said. The board approved the recommendations along with the contract. The county acquired the 44-acre park site in 2008 through a $3 million Florida Communities Trust Program grant. complimentary of the period design. The designs also include intersection bumpouts, extending the sidewalks and narrowing the crosswalks. However, the drive lane would be the same width. The free-standing canopies would extend to the curb and have lighting as well as business signage. They would be selfsupporting and basically abut the buildings. There would be a ash cap installed to keep water from going into the gap, Tarmey said. The plan also includes free-standing canopies covering the sidewalks leading to Rosehead Park. The city would be responsible for the cost of installing and maintaining all of the canopies. Building owners would pay for upgrades that would allow them to use the secondstory balconies. The design proposal can be found on the City of Perrys website (www.cityofperry.net). POLICE CHIEF Continued from page 1Woodfaulk: Some city workers out burning up gas all day Wayne Dunwoody, right, asked the city about intersections narrowing but not infringing on widths VISION Continued from page 1 Intersection bumpouts proposed COASTAL PARK Continued from page 1 Park spans 44 acres

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A-4 Perry News-Herald March 29-30, 2013 Living Just in time for EasterBy ABBEY L.THARPE 4-H Extension Agent If you have visited the Boys and Girls Club Jerkins Center recently, you discovered more than just students studying after schoolyou also encountered more than 50 fertilized eggs in incubators. All youth at the Boys and Girls Club are studying about embryology with the help of 4-H. Through the 4-H Embryology project, students hatched chicks and witnessed the exciting and wonderful miracle of life. Students also took on responsibilities of caring for the fertilized eggs during the 21-day incubation period and the baby chicks after they hatched. They began the 21-day journey by getting their incubators ready to house the fertilized eggs. Temperature and humidity are two important variables the students have to monitor throughout the process in order to have a successful hatch. Each day students, keep records while carefully monitoring the eggs. At the end of the 21-day cycle, the hope was to have the eggs hatch. Students then cared for the chicks. The 4-H Embryology project teaches students about science and respect for life. Children have a natural sense of curiosity about living things in the world around them. Building on this curiosity, students can develop an understanding of biology through direct experience with living things, their life cycles and their habitats. Many educators believe students learn best through experiences and interactions with the world. They learn by listening, observing, experimenting and applying their knowledge to real-world situations. Through the 4-H Embryology project students develop life skills that help them learn to plan and organize, keep records and teamwork. So if you have visited the Boys and Girls club lately and hear a chirp, you know where it is coming from. Egg-tremely educational project underway at B&G ClubDAndre Gaddy, Calvin Washington, Masiel Jay and Jaylen Williams are among the members of the Boys and Girls Club who have helped with the 4-H Embryology Project, under the direction of Abbey Tharpe, pictured above.Strevel, Markham to say vows on April 6th Casey Strevel and William Thane Markham Jr. remind friends and relatives of their wedding on Saturday, April 6, at 5 p.m. at 7211 Lee Roy Morgan Road in Perry. A combined reunion of the Walters, Morgan and Wilson families will be held Saturday at Forest Capital State Park beginning at 11 a.m. Lunch will be served at 12:15 p.m. followed by an auction at 1:15 p.m. Please bring a covered dish lunch and beverage; a lawn chair; something for the auction; pictures and other family memorabilia. Questions? Please contact Davis or JoAnn Wilson at 584-8181 or Cliff Walters at (352) 621-9816.Reunion begins at 11 a.m.

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A-5 Perry News-Herald March 29-30, 2013 4 churches combine effortsFour churches have joined forces to have an Easter Celebration on Sunday, March 31, from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the downtown City Park. Courts of Praise, First Assembly of God, Westside Baptist and Northside Church invite children, and parents, in the community to attend. In addition to an Easter egg hunt, a bounce house will be provided, along with cotton candy and popcorn. Loughridge Park hunt begins at 3 Perry Lodge No. 187 will hold its annual Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday at 3 p.m. at Loughridge Park. Everyone is invited. Easter picnic, egg hunt Saturday Easter fellowship for First Presbyterian Church is scheduled for Saturday, March 30, at 5 p.m. on the church grounds. Hot dogs, lemonade and sweet tea will be provided. Please bring a picnic side dish to share, as well as lawn chairs or blankets. Those who wish may bring a dessert and participate in a dessert contest. Parents are asked to bring younger children and their Easter baskets a little before 5 p.m. when the hunt is scheduled to begin. Egg hunt Sunday at Mt. Gilead Following 10:30 a.m. worship at Mt Gilead Baptist Church and dinner on the grounds, an Easter egg hunt will be held on the church grounds. Bring your basket!Who is having an Easter egg hunt? ObituariesClifford Everett BurnsClifford Everett Burns, a native of Taylor County, died at his home in Tallahassee on March 21, 2013. Mr. Burns grew up in Perry and was known by his elementary school buddies as King of the Park. He graduated from Taylor County High School in 1954 and attended Florida State University where he was a member of Pi Kappa Phi fraternity. He later became a Seminole Booster, Golden Chief, member of the Tallahassee Quarterback Club, the Optimist Club and Springtime Tallahassee. He coached Little League baseball at Winthrop Park for 25 years. Mr. Burns became a State Farm insurance agent in September, 1962, and recently celebrated his 50year anniversary with the company. He was preceded in death by his mother, Lillian Sorrels Burns; his father, Everett S. Burns; and his rst wife, MaryAnn Martin Burns. He is survived by: his wife, Donna Anderson Burns; his sister, Beulah Jean Hart (Mitchell); his daughter, Debbie Rhody (Sam); son, Cliff E. (Bo) Burns Jr. (Bobbie Jo); daughter, Lee Ann Rodgers (Robin); and son, William Bradley Burns (Heidi); two grandsons and three granddaughters; as well as a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Visitation was held Monday, March 25, at Culleys MeadowWood Memorial Park Chapel located at 700 Timberlane Road from 6-8 p.m. A celebration of Mr. Burns life was held at Faith Presbyterian Church on Tuesday, March 26, at 11 a.m. Interment followed at Memorial Park. TIDBITS:Ministers Union meets this weekendBy SARAH HALL The Taylor County Ministers and Superintendents Union meets March 29-31 at Springhill M.B. Church, with the Friday night program getting underway at 7, led by the host church. On Saturday morning, Deacon Charles August begins the day with a Bible exposition at 9:45 a.m., followed by the youth in charge at 10:45. That evening, the Brotherhood takes charge of the program, led by Moncrief Ervin. Sunday begins with Sunday School at 9:30 and worship at 11 under the direction of New Brooklyn Church and the Rev. D.L. McBride. The nal service is Sunday at 2 p.m. with New Bethel Church and the Rev. Roosevelt Knight. Please see page 12

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The pastor and members of Little St. John M.B. Church invite all to a Bible study centering around a book by Kyle Idleman, Not a Fan: Becoming a Completely Committed Follower of Jesus. Have you asked yourself? What is my status in my daily walk with God-am I a fan or follower of Jesus Christ? We start Bible study at 7 p.m. every Tuesday night. A-6 Perry News-Herald March 29-30, 2013 Religion New Home invites all Easter Sunday begins with a 7:30 a.m. sunrise worship service followed by Sunday School at 9 a.m. The childrens Easter musical, Alive Forever, will be presented at 10 a.m. following by the adult musical, Lamb of God, at 11. No evening worship is planned. Cavaliers to sing at Mt. GileadMt. Gilead Baptist Church will have Easter services at 10:30 a.m. with special music provided by The Cavaliers. Dinner on the grounds will follow the worship service and a Easter egg hunt will complete the day. Everyone is invited. Breakfast follows sunrise serviceThe Rev. Ben Kimmell will lead Easter sunrise services for Calvary Baptist Church on Sunday at 7 a.m. Breakfast will immediately follow, and the community is cordially invited for worship and fellowship. During the 10:45 a.m. service, the Easter cantata, Christ the Redeemer, will be presented under the direction of Don Bishop. Calvary Baptist is located at 2959 Golf Course Road in Perry. For more information, please call 223-1543. Worship begins at 7:30 a.m. Sunrise worship at 7:30 a.m. in the courtyard will begin the celebration at First United Methodist Church on Easter Sunday, followed by Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. Everyone is invited to these events, as well as morning worship under the leadership of the Rev. James Taylor at 11 a.m. Athena celebrates Amazing GraceThe Athena Baptist Church Choir will present the musical, Amazing Grace, (by Sue Smith and Ralph Mauldin) this Sunday at 11 a.m. Kevin Morgan and Beth Ann Stephens will be featured as soloists in the musical directed by Roger Ezell. A celebration meal will follow the service in the new fellowship hall. Pastor David McMullen extends a special invitation to the community.Come to First Presbyterian at 8 a.m. or 11An early Easter morning worship service will be held on the grounds of First Presbyterian Church, 310 Plantation Rd., at 8 a.m. Easter Sunday. Communion will be shared during the service. A potluck breakfast will follow; please bring a breakfast item to share. Coffee and juice will be provided. Dress is casual and participants are urged to bring lawn chairs. There will be no Sunday School on Easter Sunday. Easter worship continues at 11 a.m. in the sanctuary of First Presbyterian, under the leadership of the Rev. Larry D. Neal. The community is invited to attend.Walk with the Cross today at Keaton BeachBlue Creek Baptist Church invites everyone to Walk with the Cross Friday, March 29, at 9 a.m. Please meet at the church (21028 Beach Road) and walk with the cross to the Keaton Beach point. A short service is planned at the beach with lunch following at the Hotdog Stand. A church bus will follow anyone with physical concerns about the two-mile walk.Sunrise service at Hodges ParkOn Easter Sunday, a sunrise service will be held at Hodges Park at 7 a.m. followed by breakfast at the Blue Creek fellowship hall. Everyone is invited to stay for Bible studies at 9:45 a.m. and worship at 11 a.m. A bus service is offered. Call the church ofce to leave a message if you need pickup, 578-2598.5th Saturday service slated Steinhatchee Revival Center will hold a 5th Saturday Service this weekend, on March 30, beginning at 11 a.m. Dinner will follow the worship service. Lodge raises funds for kidney transplant Beverly Karen Richardson, diagnosed with End Stage Renal Disease, has an opportunity to receive a kidney transplant and is seeking $20,000-$40,000 for medical expenses. Perry Lodge No. 187 is having a fundraiser on Sunday at 3 p.m. at Loughridge Park. A foundation has also been established at Wells Fargo in Richardsons name for those who wish to make a pledge. Are you a fan or follower of Jesus?

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