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Donations welcomeHelping Hands of the Shelter is accepting donations for an upcoming ea market sale planned Friday, Oct. 25, at the Grand Pavilion in Rosehead Park. Do you have any household items just lying around collecting dust? If so, we want them! volunteers said. Items are being collected at Yarbrough Tire (602 West Hampton Springs Ave.) For additional information, please call Martha at (850) 584-7554 or Joey at (850) 295-7554. The sale will be held in conjunction with Helping Hands annual Strutt Your Mutt parade.Library book sale is SaturdayThe Friends of the Taylor County Public Librarys fall book sale will be held this Saturday, Oct. 12, from 8 a.m. to 12 noon. Most books will be 25 each or ve for $1, while all magazines will be on sale for 5 each or six for 25. The sale will be held at the library, which is located at 403 N. Washington St.School board meeting location changedThe District School Board of Taylor Countys regular meeting scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 15, in Shady Grove has been moved back to the Alton H. Wentworth Administrative Complex in Perry at the same time. In addition to its regular business, the school board will hear a legislative update from State Sen. Bill Montford. The administrative complex is located at 318 North Clark St. The school boards Tuesday, Nov. 5, meeting will be held at the Shady Grove Adult and Family Literacy Center at 6 p.m.Get Crafting for a Cure SaturdayGet a jumpstart on your Christmas shopping with a visit to the Crafting for a Cure event planned this Saturday, Oct. 12, at the Perry Shrine Club from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Local crafters will have booths set up offering a variety of homemade items. The event will include a number of craft demonstrations including: mosaics, knitting, crocheting, jewelry making, scrapbooking, stamping and more. Concessions will be offered. Crafters may offer their items for sale and keep the prots ($10 donations are asked for each reserved spot). The event is being held in honor of Suezette Stephens, local Creative Moments consultant. Sponsors are Stampin Up demonstrator Donna Sprigle and the Red Hat Ladies Relay For Life team. Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1889 Perry News-HeraldPerry News-Herald 50 Friday/ SaturdayOctober 11-12, 2013 Index One section 124th Year, No. 40www.perrynewspapers.com Weather Friday87 55 Saturday 87 56 Sunday87 58 Perry News-Herald Perry News-Herald Looking Back . ......... A-2 Living . ..................... A-4 Religion . .................. A-6 Sports . .................... A-7 Entertainment . ........ A-8 TV listings . .............. A-9 Classieds . ........... A-12 News Forum Showing their supportPurple (magnetic) ribbons have been placed on Perry Police Department patrol cars in recognition of October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Above, Capt. Jamie Cruse (who made sure to wear a purple shirt in support of the initiative) joined City Manager Bob Brown, Ptl. Bruce Cafe & Gallery. Boy, 12, hurt after falling off trucks back bumper A 12-year-old Perry boy is recovering from head injuries he received after falling off the back bumper of a truck Tuesday evening, Oct. 8, near the intersection of Barney Lane and Granthum Hill Road. Austin Brown was admitted to Tallahassee Memorial Hospital (TMH) with serious injuries. The accident happened when Brown jumped onto the back bumper of his stepfathers truck and crouched down behind tailgate to avoid being seen. Please see page 3 TCHS resource ofcer position in jeopardy? Several members of the Perry City Council expressed their concerns regarding a plan by the school district to possibly replace longtime school resource ofcer Nellie Walker, who is assigned to Taylor County High School. During discussions held Tuesday night, Mayor Daryll Gunter asked that the issue be brought before the council seeking input. I asked (City Manager) Bob (Brown) to draft a letter from us responding to their request that we fund part of the resource ofcers salary, he said. They want us to pay half, or more, of her salary when they are the ones she works forwe provide the ofcer as a service to the school district and they have always funded the position. Now they want us to subsidize her salary, Gunter continued. Plus they are coming to us now two months into our budget and well into their budget yearthey should have come to us earlier, while we were considering our budget for the new year. It is really inappropriate timing, considering we are already two months into the new school year, Brown noted. A resource ofcer is really needed at that school and Nellie is such an asset, Councilwoman Venita Woodfaulk said. My position is we dont really want to assume this (funding) right now. We are going to take care of our employee, or at least this vote is, and thats not the question. Well take care of Please see page 3 Taylor cinches lead in race for $200,000 grantTaylor Countys grant application for funds to conduct $431,000 in renovations at Forest Capital Hall was ranked the number one proposal in the state by the Florida Cultural Facilities Grant Program Wednesday out of 29 projects, many from much larger counties and municipalities. A delegation representing the county, City of Perry, Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce, Taylor County Development Authority and the Tourism Development Council went to Tallahassee for the grant hearing, during which an 11-person panel heard presentations from all 29 organizations seeking funding. According to County Grants Coordinator Melody Cox, they will now need to wait until the Florida Legislatures 2014 session to conrm the program is funded. This year, the program received enough money to fund the top eight projects, so if the program receives any allocation next year, Taylor Countys Please see page 14Safety concerns prompt sidewalk project for Old Dixie HighwaySighting the amount of foot trafc along Old Dixie Highway and the pedestrian fatality which occurred one year ago this week, the Taylor County Commission is considering seeking funding from the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) to construct a sidewalk along Jefferson Street to Southside Park at Plantation Road. The commission held the rst of two public hearings on the grant request, which would be funded through FDOTs Transportation Alternatives Program, but not until 2020. The FDOT Transportation Alternative Program applications are submitted ve to six years in advance, County Grants Coordinator Melody Cox said. These funds can be used for the construction of off-road pedestrian and bicycle facilities, saferoutes-to-schools projects, trails, trailheads, walkways and other applicable infrastructure projects. She told commissioners that the application cycle is usually in February but Please see page 3Arrrgh...the pirates are coming! The 58th annual Florida Forest Festival Little King & Queen Pageant will and princesses will compete for the crowns. Winners will be honored guests at all upcoming festival events.

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WHOS THE QUEEN?Kathleen Woodward was named Forest Festival Queen during pageant festivities at Forest Capital Hall. Former Queen Charise Williams crowned the new royalty, with Katie Hingson named Miss Congeniality. Producer and director of the pageant were Rick Olcott and Reba Brandewie The queen later accompanied Smokey Bear to the Florida Legislature where a proclamation declared the last week in October as Florida Forest Festival Week. Jogie Brown was rst runner-up in the 1978 pageant and Kathy Moore was second runner-up. HOLMES NAMED WOMAN OF YEARGloria Holmes was named Woman of the Year by the Perry Business and Professional Womens Club. She was active in establishing the local art guild and worked as manager of Perry Blueprinting and Commercial Art.BEST OFFENSE WAS DEFENSEThe sports page offered much praise for the Taylor County Bulldogs. The article began, A superb defense which forced six turnovers and had 10 quarterback sacks was combined with an offense which turned nearly every turnover into a score Oct. 12 as the Taylor County Bulldogs throttled the Tallahassee Lincoln Trojans 32-0 at Capital Stadium. Coach Elmer Coker commented, The old saying is that the best defense is a good offense, but Thursday night, the best offense was the good defense.CROUSE, RENDINA MARRY IN FT. LAUDERDALEMarjorie Claire Crouse and Bruce Rendina were married in an Aug. 12 ceremony at St. Clements Church in Ft. Lauderdale. Karen Crouse, sister of the A-2 Perry News-Herald October 11-12, 2013 Looking Back October 11-12, 2013 THE PERRY NEWS-HERALD October 12, 1978 Remember when...By ANTHONY L. WHITE anthonylamarwhite@yahoo.com89 and amazing Margaret Laings life has been full of surprises from the very beginning. I was a surprise to my mom and dad as she was 34 and he was 64, she explained. The surprise wasnt entirely because of the age of her parents. Her mother had been in a wreck during an earlier pregnancy, and she wouldnt be able to have more children. So when she felt a foot kick her in the ribs after nine years, she was sort of surprised, Margaret continued. I tumbled out on this The surprises havent stopped. her children and me with the publication of her new novel, Midnight Moon. Ive never met Margaret Laing, but her life story has quickly made her one of my favorite people. Several months ago, I began receiving emails from Margaret regarding my column. Melanie, whom I live with, reads me your articles, and we both get a laugh at some of them. Margaret explained that she was legally blind, which is why her daughter has to read the column to her. A few emails later, Margaret told me that she was an aspiring writer and that she had recently written and published a novel, Midnight Moon. I wrote the novel this year, she said. I was inspired and surprised, so I began asking questions What is Midnight Moon about? She told me how the novel was inspired by boat being caught in a hurricane when she Daytona Beach area. I guess some of those things made me think of Captain King and his daughter being caught in the hurricane and washed ashore with the Nightstar, she elaborated. I wasnt sure just how they were to be rescued. I sort of played it by ear. The novel is currently available on Amazon.com. Midnight Moon before I asked Margaret to tell me more about when and how she chapter, I decided to go ahead and ask. Margaret, who graduated from high school in Taylor County, said when she came back home to live with her daughter Carol Lee Falany several years ago, she was bitten by the writing bug. I was walking my little John Henry and this man was standing by his trailer so I stopped and spoke, she explained. While we were talking he mentioned that he had been in a plane crash and showed me the scars where he had been seriously cut by the windshield of the plane as it crashed. I was intrigued and thought that it would make a great story. After all these years, I am now editing it. She hopes to publish that novel soon. As for Midnight Moon, writing and publishing the novel has been a family affair. Her son, John Eric, who has written and published seven novels that are also available on Amazon.com, helped with the editing and publishing process. Margarets daughter, Carol, drew the novels cover art. And did I mention the other reason Margaret Laing is near the top of my list of favorite people? She personally knew one of my all-time favorite writers--Zora Neale Hurston, author of the classic novel, There Eyes Were Watching God, which was made into a critically acclaimed movie by Oprah Winfreys company a few years ago. The movie starred Halle Berry. a houseboat at Howards Boat Yard in Daytona Beach, while visiting her Aunt Georgie who was a close friend of Hurston. She was a very intelligent and lovely woman, Margaret recalled. Quotable Quotes Its time to cheer (again) tonight! All Taylor County High School (TCHS) alumni varsity cheerleaders, mascots and sponsors are County. Those who would like to try out their old moves are invited to cheer during the third quarter, organizers said. For any questions, interested participants may contact Dara Nix at 843let a little mud bog down their spirit. Faces recognized here include Katie Ann Hart, Zelda Padgett, cheeerleaders were: Brenda Verdell, Brenda V. Wilkes, Sandra Hatcher, Zelda Padgett, Zelda Rogers, Janice Traywick, Janice Ricketson, Bobbie Black, Bobbie Murphy, Audrey Leavins, Julie Hooker and Julie Hooker Poppell. Salem School reunion is SaturdayThe annual Salem School Reunion will be held this Saturday, Oct. 12, to attend. BBQ will be served and everyone is asked to bring a covered dish to share. Salem students shown above are: Nell Green Shaw, Janie Ezell Massey, Billie Virginia Deek Wood McCall Tyler, Martha Lee, Mary Ethel Jackson, Miss Amanda Kerr and Melvin Ezell. Please see page 14 We worry about what a child will become tomorrow, yet we forget that he is someone today.--Stacia TauscherYou can learn many things from children. How much patience you have, for instance.--Franklin P. JonesA characteristic of the normal child is he doesnt act that way very often. --Author Unknown Children need love, especially when they do not deserve it.--Harold Hulbert In the United States today, there is a pervasive tendency to treat children as adults, and adults as children. The options of children are thus steadily expanded, while those of adults are progressively constricted. The result is unruly children and childish adults. --Thomas SzaszChildren make your life important.--Erma Bombeck

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A-3 Perry News-Herald October 11-12, 2013 An eyewitness said he saw the boy on the back of the truck and saw him fall off truck, hitting his head on the bumper, as the vehicle turned left onto Grantham Hill. Driver Jerry Blaske, 24, continued driving to his home, unaware that Brown had been riding on the back of his 2001 Chevrolet Silverado truck or that he had fallen off the vehicle and was injured. No charges will be led in the incident, Florida Highway Patrol Trooper John Sleigher reported. Nellie, Gunter said. If this something they want to bring to us, they should be considering it for the next scal year and then we can really work on it for next year, Councilman Mike Deming said. We arent just talking about the cost of her salary/ benet increase from this year ($2,400) but closer to $35,000 annually when you factor in salary, benets, retirement, etc., Gunter said. Sgt. Walker is a valuable asset not only for the children in the school district, but the community as a whole. She not only serves as the school resource ofcer, but she also supervises the school crossing guards and is the truancy ofcer, Capt. Jamie Cruse said. I think all of us are committed to make sure that Nellie is taken care of, thats why I wanted the council to review this letter and give Bob the approval to go ahead and send it to the superintendent, Gunter said. Council members said they agreed with the stand taken in the letter and informed Brown to forward it to Supt. of Schools Paul Dyal and Board Chairman Brenda Carlton. The letter stated: The superintendent has advised the city that the school system may be considering replacing the school resource ofcer provided at cost to the school for years by the city. This is acceptable to the city only if it is done in an orderly and equitable fashion. The contract between each of our boards has been the same for years, with the only relevant changes each year being increased employee costs, which are passed along. The city staffs this position exclusively for the use of the school system; it performs no regular activities for the city. Both of our boards are in new budget years for which this position has been allocated. If the schools would like to wind down the cityprovided school resource ofcer, we ask that you do so at the end of the current school year, or when a vacancy occurs at the city police department. As the city recently lled a vacancy in the police department and in good faith kept the stafng of the resource ofcer into the new school and budget year, we feel the schools should honor the stafng that is in place. The city taxpayers should not be required to take on the cost of the school resource position at a point two months into the school year and after new scal years have started. it had been moved up this year due to anticipated rule changes. It is anticipated FDOT District Two will award and divide $5 million between 18 counties, Cox said. This is approximately $275,000 per county. A cash match is not required. In-kind project and grant administration services will be required. If the project requires design, engineering and bidding services, FDOT will provide these services for a portion of the funds awarded. Earlier this year, the county was awarded funding in the 2019 cycle for the construction of a 0.79 mile sidewalk along Green Street from Arena Street to Howard Street for foot trafc coming and leaving Taylor County Elementary School. Additionally, the county is set to receive funding for a trailhead at the Keaton Beach Coastal Park, as well as a multi-use trail/ sidewalk from the park to Dark Island. Both of those projects will help the county meet requirements set forth in the land acquisition grant they used to purchase the property on which the park was built. The second public hearing on the grant application will be held during the commissioner meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 22, which begins at 5:30 p.m. RESOURCE OFFICER Continued from page 1 BOY Continued from page 1 Driver did not know boy was on truck bumper Floridas Teacher of the Year, Dorina Sackman, will be a special guest at Saturdays Trek for Tech and fall festival at Taylor County Elementary School. Sackman arrives today (Friday) for motivational sessions with teachers, but plans to stay throughout Saturdays events. The inaugural Trek for Tech is planned Saturday at 8 a.m., with a 5K Fun Run/(one-mile) walk leading off an activity-lled morning at the school, which concludes with a carnival-like festival from 9-11 a.m. All TCES and Perry Primary School students run/walk free. (T-shirts may be purchased for $7.) For Taylor County Middle School and Taylor County High School students, the cost is $10; and other adults, $15. Perry city council members: We will make sure Nellie is taken care of Floridas Teacher of the Year will join run/walk at TCES Saturday State attorney Q&A Assistant State Attorney John Weed visited the Jerkins Unit of the Boys & Girls Club to speak with the teens about his role as a prosecutor in the recent Paul McNutt murder trial. The teens are part of a SMART Leaders Mentoring program murder. The teens read about the trial in the Taco Times and Perry News-Herald, and they were about the trial and the judicial process. The teens questioned Weed for a full hour. One youth asked Weed a question which others may have wondered: Why did he do it? Weed responded, doing it. Weed, center, is shown with: Jharquise Simmons, Joshua Clayton, Ronnice Spain, Jada Ellis, Kavionna Jackson, Patrick Franklin and Tremaine Watkins. SIDEWALK Continued from page 1 $5 million in grants wiill be divided into 18 county projects In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Taylor Countys Relay For Life planning committee will sell pink ladybugs (made from river rocks) and pink pumpkins today (Friday) at Winn Dixie from 2-4 p.m. Donations will also be accepted for a chance to win a $50 gas card. Later in the day, committee members will hold a bake sale at Goodmans BBQ starting at 5:30 p.m. Pink pumpkins, ladybugs for sale today at Winn Dixie

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A-4 Perry News-Herald October 11-12, 2013 Living All roads lead to Perry? Perry Womans Club President Shawna Beach welcomed representatives from clubs throughout the Big Bend region for the District III meeting held here Wednesday. Shown in the top left photo are Beach; Mary Powell, rst vice president of the General Federation of Womans Clubs in Florida (GFWC); Pat Zazzarino president of the GFWC Florida; and Donna Peacock GFWC District III director. Schwabs rejoice in new home, invite all The Ladies of First Baptist Church will host a Drop-In House Warming for The Schwab Family (Chad, Dana, Tanner, Trevor and Fletcher) at their new home, 103 Elizabeth Lane, on Saturday, Oct. 12, beginning at 10 a.m. and continuing until 12 noon. We are so grateful for the love, prayers and support given to us during the loss of our home to re in December of last year, said Dana Schwab. We hope you will join us Saturday for a day of joy and thanksgiving. Iris Parker, past president of the Perry Womans Club is pictured with Nancy Cozzer of the Jasper Womans Club. Friends from the Live Oak Womans Club gathered for breakfast at 9 a.m. and meetings which followed for all District III clubs. More than 50 women gathered at the Perry Womans Club Wednesday for the District III meeting of the General Federation of Womens Clubs in Florida (GFWC) with President Pat Zazzarino as guest speaker. She was accompanied by GFWC First Vice President Mary Powell as part of their fall tour across Florida. Clubs from Mayo, Monticello, Jasper, Live Oak, Tallahassee and Perry were represented. GFWC CLUBS GATHER HERE Fall brings beautiful weather, leaves...and a recipe By FLORRIE BURROUGHS Shady Grove columnistHappy Fall everyone!!!! There is something special about Fall, more so than any other of the four seasons. Maybe its the refreshing coolness in the breeze that is especially welcome after the long hot days of summer. Or maybe its the leaves, even here in Florida, as they turn golden, red and brown. Morning Glory, Black-Eyed Susans, Golden Rods and other wild owers seem to appear overnight making the countryside a spectacular witness to the glory of God. Maybe its the sweet remembrance of a loved one who shared a special appreciation for Fall. And the memories of many Fall trips to the mountains where we enjoyed the spectacular changing of the leaves so many times together. I really cant describe it, but it is my favorite season. Special events Two special events were held in Shady Grove on Saturday. Wallace and Cheryl Sessions celebrated Please see page 5

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A-6 Perry News-Herald October 11-12, 2013 Religion Pumpkin patch, again Last year, James Taylor (JT3) and Jordan Niles paused from their pumpkin sales to pose with a few of the photogenic varieties. The youth of First Methodist Church are back in the patch, again, and welcome customers. All proceeds Obituaries Mattie Lou Hyde Mattie Lou Hyde, 87, of Perry, died Monday, Oct. 7, 2013, at Haven Hospice in Lake City. Mattie was born Dec. 28, 1925, in Mayo, to Alex and Pearly (Grant) Driver. She was a Baptist and a member of Antioch Revival Center in Perry. Mrs. Hyde is survived by ve daughters: Joan DeLorinze of Perry, Margaret Croft of Mayo, Margie Lou (Gary) Gamble, Rebecka (Ronnie) Edwards Cathy Farmer, all of of Perry; two brothers, Claude Driver of Old Town and Rayburn Driver; two sisters, Coris Williams of Mayo and Sallie Mae of Georgia; 10 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren; and ve great-great grandchildren. Graveside services were held at 1 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 10, at Carlton Cemetery with Pastor Cricket Watson ofciating. The family received friends from 11 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. on the day of the funeral at Joe P. Burns Funeral Home which was in charge of all arrangements. Jeanette Hart Jeanette Hart, 88, of Perry died Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2013, at Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare. She was born Jan. 13, 1925, in Pine Park, Ga., to Irvan and Foy (Singletary) Bryant. Mrs. Hart was an Episcopal and owned Dairy King in Perry for 42 years. She was preceded in death by her parents. Survivors include: her daughters, Stacy (Michael) Hart-Pillow of Perry and Alice Kandi Cronk of Tampa; a son, Wallace Rip (Linda) Cronk of Vidalis, Ore.; her brother Travis (Hulayne) Bryant of Pine Park, Ga.; and two grandsons, Michael Finn Pillow and Wallace Cronk, Jr. A memorial service will be held at 3:30 p.m. today, Oct. 11, at Joe P. Burns Funeral Home which is in charge of arrangements.Jimmy W. Fuller Sr.Jimmy W. Fuller, Sr., 66, of Perry, died Sunday, Oct. 6, 2013. Mr. Fuller was preceded in death by his parents, James and Inez Fuller. He was a former employee of the Ford Company in Perry and Doctors Memorial Hospital, as well as a member of Holy Faith Tabernacle. Survivors include: his life-long companion, Linda Hall; one son, Jimmy W. (Wanda) Fuller Jr. of Warner Robin, Ga.; two stepsons, Charlie (Patricia) Gilyard of Tallahassee and James (Janice) Robertson of Lake City; one daughter, Linda (Eli) Smith of Fort Lauderdale; one stepdaughter, Monica Robertson of Perry; two brothers, John Henry Fuller of Tallahassee and Bobby Fuller of Valdosta, Ga.; one sister, Katie Ruth Tucker of Perry; 32 grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Services will be held Saturday, Oct. 12, at 11 a.m. at Antioch M. B. Church in Perry. Interment will follow at Springhill Cemetery. Family members will recieve friends today, Oct. 11, from 5-7 p.m. at Trinity Funeral Home in Perry. Breakfast begins at 6; festival follows A pancake breakfast kicks off the Saturdays Fall Festival at the First United Methodist Church. Breakfast will be served until 9 a.m. At 7 a.m., the Fall Festival opens, tempting shoppers with handmade crafts, home-baked goodies, jams and jellies. The festival ends at noon. Everyone is invited. TeamKid invites age 4-6th grade SundayNew Home Baptist Church will showcase its new program, Kids in TeamKid Discipleship, on Sunday, Oct. 13, from 5:45-6:45 p.m. The program is structured for those who are age 4 through sixth grade. New Home invites interested young people to come and learn more about this discipleship venture. For more information, please call 584-7441.TIDBITS: Citywide Mission meets SundayBy SARAH HALL By the divine will of God, the members of the Florida General Baptist Convention say Farewell to a great man, teacher, theologian, and fellow co-worker, Dr. Mack King Carter/pastor Mt. Olive M.B. Church, Fort Lauderdale. We extend our sincere sympathy to former Women Auxillary President, his wife Sister Patricia Carter and their families. Through his teachings, year by year, at the Florida Baptist Convention, his books and his Christian inuences, we are better Christians. We cherish his memory with great pride.--New Brooklyn Missionary Ministry, Lessie Dunnell, president, and the Rev. D.L McBride who serves as pastor and teacher.City Wide MissionThe next session will be Sunday, Oct. 13, at 2:30 p.m. in Stewart Memorial A.M.E. Church. Geraldine Sparrow is president and the Rev. Raynetta Pandley is pastor.New sessionThe First Bethlehem District Association will convene Oct. 7-12, at Shiloh M.B. Church, Greenville where the Rev. Dr. J.B. Duval is pastor. There will be a closed board meeting Monday, Oct. 7, at 4 p.m. All executive board members are encouraged to attend.Prayers soughtPlease remember Hazel James Williams (Tallahassee, rehab), Hellen Irvine (Mayo, rehab), Sherrie Baskins Wiggins (Gainesville, rehab), Harold Mixon (Marshalls Rehab, Idell Bass (Surgery), Tracey (Senior Center Dietician), Selvin Lynn King, Sharon McBride/Leroy McBride (Tampa,), Thelma Fletcher, Denver Painter, Theodore Pete Ingram (surgery), Lelia Tina Rhines, Beverly Richardson (surgery), Jane Cook, Brian Poore, John Collier at home and Florence Flo Jenness. Prayers and sympathy are also extended for the families of the late Jimmy Poncho Fuller.Birthday celebrations After a big a joyous birthday celebration in Perry with family and friends, Willie C Johnson, thought her celebrations were over, but they werent over yet. There was more joy in store for her. Her 88th birthday celebrations will most denitely be remembered always. Her daughter Helen and her kids took her to Orlando for four more days of blessed events. She is still thanking and praising God for her longevity of life and the love that is shared with her family and friends. What a blessing!Churches abound here; one is right for you.

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Editors Note: Perry Newspapers, Inc., will feature reports submitted by members of the Boys & Girls Club regarding their past, current and future events. The following article was written by club member Sidney Bailey. By SIDNEY BAILEY This nine weeks at the Boys & Girls Club we are learning about Victory Gardens. If you have never heard of these, they are really pretty cool. Back during World War II it was a really hard time for our nation. There was a food shortage going on and the government actually had to ration out food for people and families. So by planting Victory Gardens families helped prevent food shortages. Planting these gardens also meant there was also enough food for the soldiers ghting around the world. People who didnt have a yard planted small gardens in window boxes or on the rooftops of tall apartment buildings. Many schools also planted their own gardens on school grounds and used the produce in their school lunches. So these gardens were very important to our country and helped American people survive. We are planting small potted vegetables for our Victory Garden project and hope to have some of our very own fresh produce. I think Victory Gardens were a very neat idea and think maybe we should start planting them again. A-10 Perry News-Herald October 11-12, 2013 Lessons in Six cadets from the Taylor County High School JROTC visited Taylor County Middle School Sept. 25 to share information on proper ag protocol with a class of seventh graders. The students were eager to learn about our ags history and how to properly respect it at the correct times. The JROTC cadets were ready and red up to talk to the class about how to respect our nations ag, 1SG (Ret.) Eddie Smith said. (Top photo, left) Cadet Sergeant First Class Tate Corbett, Cadet First Lieutenant Zachary Geyer, Cadet Private First Class Courtney Turnmire and Cadet Command Sergeant Major Madison Elliott demonstrate how to properly fold the ag. (Bottom photo, left) Cadet Sergeant First Class Tate Corbett, Cadet First Lieutenant Zachary Geyer, Cadet Staff Sergeant Drew Watkins, Cadet Sergeant Major Madison Elliott and Cadet Private Courtney Turnmire raising the ag. During National Fire Prevention Week (Oct. 6-12), the Suwannee River Water Management District (SRWMD) reminds the public to take measures to prevent wildres, and encourages the public to learn about the benets of prescribed re on district lands. Prescribed re The district does its part to prevent res by using prescribed re as a strategy to maintain natural resources and reduce the risk of wildres. On average, 7,000-12,000 acres are burned each year. Prescribed re helps facilitate overall ecological restoration by enhancing native upland and wetland vegetation and improving habitat for native wildlife. Prescribed re is also used to reduce fuel levels in forests to help lower the intensity and to reduce the risk of wildre. Other benets of prescribed re include plant disease control, soil nutrient restoration and aesthetic improvement. Scott Gregor, district natural resource specialist, said from Oct. 1, 2012, through Sept. 30, 2013, SRWMD exceeded its typical annual average by burning more than 12,100 acres on district property. About 12,000 acres are planned for prescribed re on district properties for the upcoming season in the following counties: Lafayette, Dixie, Taylor, Suwannee, Jefferson, Hamilton, Levy, Madison and Gilchrist. Campres on district lands Campres are only allowed at boat/canoe camp sites with a special use authorization and at developed campgrounds in accordance with their regulations. A ban on campres is put in place when prolonged weather conditions result in high re danger. Campres are also banned during any county issued re ban. Visitors to district lands are advised to exercise caution during all outdoor activities, keeping in mind that sparks from vehicles, cigarettes, equipment and vehicle exhaust systems while parked on grass can start a wildre. This is important particularly since we are entering the dry season and given that most of our parking areas are unpaved, said Edwin McCook, district land management specialist. By practicing caution on district lands the public can do their part to prevent wildres. 12,100 acres burn as part of prescribed re program B&G Club plants its own Victory Garden Register now for Strutt Your Mutt pet parade Oct. 25 Helping Hands of the Shelter will host its fourth annual Strutt Your Mutt Contest Friday, Oct. 24, in conjunction with the 58th annual Florida Forest Festival. This years event will be held at the Grand Pavilion in Rosehead Park (adjacent to the Splash Pad). Prizes will be awarded in the following categories: Best Bark, Best Trick, Best Costume, Biggest Dog, Smallest Dog, Oldest Dog, Best Kisser, Best Tail Wagger, Best Shelter Representative and Best In Show. Entry forms are available at the Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce.

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