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CareerSource North Florida is hosting a pair of career opportunities events next week for Klausner Lumber One, LLC, in Live Oak, which hopes to begin hiring its rst shift in the second quarter of this year. First announced in January 2013, the multimillion dollar sawmill is expected to have a substantial impact on area timber growers, loggers and end users across the region. The rst concrete was poured at the Klausner site on Saturday, March 15. By the end of 2015, the projected target is to hire a total of 350 employees over a four-shift rotation, ofcials said. Although applications will not be accepted at events, Klausner, in conjunction with CareerSource North Florida, will host informational sessions at SuwanneeHamilton Technical Center (415 Pinewood Drive SW in Live Oak) on Friday, April 4, from 1-7 p.m. and Saturday, April 5, from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Company ofcials will be on hand to tell you about the company and its North Florida operation, CareerSource Deputy Director Diane Head said. You will also learn about the positions that will be opening soon. According to Head, Klausner will be hiring for the following positions: forklift drivers, electricians, mechanics, machine operators, dry kiln operators, lumber sorters TTI hosts Open House Saturday, April 5Taylor Technical Institute will host an Open House Saturday, April 5, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Free hot dogs, popcorn and drinks will be served. School tours will be offered as well as informational booths promoting the facilitys programs geared toward high school students and adults.T-shirts for saleT-shirts from this years Special Olympic In-Shore Fishing Tournament are still available for purchase. Shirts are available in a trio of tropical colorspink, coral and bluestarting at $12 each ($15 for larger sizes). To purchase a shirt, contact the Perry Police Department at 584-5121.AMVETS Riders host free BBQ for all veterans this SaturdayAMVETS Riders #20 will host its annual BBQfree to all veteransSaturday, March 29, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event will be held in the parking lot located at the corner of Jefferson Street and Church.Concession proceeds survivors2013 MoonPie Princess Holly Gantz will pass on her title at ceremonies planned tonight at Forest Capital Hall. Some 27 bluegrass sweethearts will compete for the crown at the 2014 MoonPie Princess Pageant, which starts at 6 p.m. Admission is $5 for adults (free for children). Winners will be special guests at next weekends Florida State Bluegrass Festival. Proceeds from the concessions served at the event will benet the Timberland Ford Survivors Foundation.Rain or shine: Seniors to hold yard sale SaturdayTaylor County High School (TCHS) Seniors taking part in the school-sponsored senior trip will be having a yard sale in the student parking lot of the school Saturday, March 29 from 7 a.m. to noon. In the event of rain, the sale will be held inside the high school gymnatorium. Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1889 Perry News-HeraldPerry News-Herald 50 Friday/ SaturdayMarch 28-29, 2014 Index One section 125th Year, No. 13www.perrynewspapers.com Weather Friday75 57 70% Saturday76 62 Sunday75 54 Perry News-Herald Perry News-Herald 70% Looking Back . ......... A-2 Living . ..................... A-3 Religion . .................. A-6 Sports . .................... A-7 Entertainment . ........ A-8 TV listings . .............. A-9 Classieds . .......... A-12 Progress 2014 INSIDE TODAYa guide to Perry-Taylor County For alleged misconduct with student Teacher under investigation The Perry Police Department conrmed Thursday it is investigating a Taylor County High School teacher on a complaint of alleged misconduct with a student. The school resource ofcer at one of the schools received a complaint from someone, which led to the investigation. The investigation involves a female teacher with a male student, Capt. Jamie Cruse said. Any information regarding the teachers standing with the school district, or any action taken by the district regarding the teacher, is not being disclosed at this time pursuant to the investigation. Calls to Superintendent of Schools Paul Dyal and TCHS Principal Audie Ash were not returned as of presstime Thursday. There had not been an arrest made in the case as of late Thursday. In 16 year s Taylor tops region for wettest winter This past winter, which ended last week, was the regions wettest in the past 16 years, with the Suwannee River Water Management Districts (SRWMD) 15-county area seeing an average of 17 inches from Dec. 20 to March 20. In that region, Taylor County received the most, with the entire county receiving 150 to 200 percent of the average rainfall for the three-month period. Average rainfall since Dec. 20 was almost 17 inches, whereas normal winter rainfall is around 11.5 inches, SRWMD ofcials said. The winter of 1997-1998 saw almost 25 inches, which caused major ooding on the Suwannee and Santa Fe rivers. Area rivers remain high from all the recent rain, with minor ooding on the Santa Fe, Econna, Aucilla, Steinhatchee and New rivers. The Floridan aquifer is rising, too--almost all of SRWMDs monitor wells have reported rising levels since February. As of Thursday, all of Taylor Countys rivers were below ood stage, although the Aucilla remained in action stage. Additionally, many creeks were still quite high in the area. Although spring has been somewhat dry so far, the National Weather Service is forecasting a high rain chance today (Friday) and Saturday. Hiring drive starts for Klausner Construction on the new Klausner Lumber One sawmill got underway last week in Live Oak. CareerSource North Florida is hosting two informational sessions for prospective employees next week, April 4 and 5. Please see page 3Mayor Daryll Gunter said he will not be attending next weeks city council workshop on ethics and Floridas Sunshine Law because he feels it is the responsibility of the person to educate themselves on the issuesnot at the expense of taxpayers. All of this information is available online. I dont feel taxpayers should pay for it, Gunter said during recent discussions regarding the workshop. Councilman Mike Deming said he has attended two previous ethics training sessions, including one on the state level, and also would not be in attendance at the Tuesday, April 1, meeting. We also have all been provided with Sunshine Law manuals, he noted. Councilman Don Cook, who supported freshman Councilwoman Shirlie Hamptons request to hold a ethics/Sunshine Law training session, encouraged Gunter: taxpayers shouldnt pay for ethics, Sunshine Law training for elected ofcials Please see page 3 Holly Gantz (Top photo) Breast cancer survivor Peggy Galloway displays her order form for a pink garbage can, now available for purchase under the citys newly initiated Pink Cart campaign. Galloway was instrumental in bringing the Pink Cart campaign to Perry. She rst introduced the program to City Manager Bob Brown, who then presented it to the Perry City Council. After voting unanimously to support the initiative, the council took a further step and voted to donate $10 to the American Cancer Societys breast cancer research program for every pink garbage purchased by city residents (the manufacturer donates $5 for every pink cart ordered). Order forms are available at City Hall.Pink Cart campaign

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HODGES PARK ADDS SHELTERSA front page photo showed two public shelters at Hodges Park which were nearing completion just in time for picnicking. JURY DEADLOCKED A six-member jury was declared deadlocked after a two-day trial of an 18-year-old man who was accused of sexual battery by a 15-year-old, an incident alleged to have happened on a pathway between the high school and the bus shed. The perpetrator was identied by the victim from a photograph in the high school yearbook. TOOTHBRUSHES FOR ALLDr. John Walters was pictured with students from Kiddie Kollege who were all smiles while touring the dentists ofce. Toothbrushes were presented to all.STUDENTS CLEAN UP HIGH SCHOOL?Pictures on this weeks front page showed students on ladders with rags and paintbrushes giving the facade of Taylor County High School a spring cleanup. They turned out in large numbers, according to a spokesman for the school. AGNER TO EMCEE PET SHOW Judge Royce Agner was secured as emcee for the second annual Childrens Pet Show sponsored by McDonalds. Judges included local veterinarians, Dr. Tom Fletcher and Dr. Miles Owens; District Forrester Larry Harrington; Property Appraiser Eldon Sadler; Sheriff Von Whiddon; and Police Chief Ralph Coleman.MORE SMILESKay Hunter and Ray Williams, who were united in marriage in a February ceremony at Athena Baptist Church, were featured in this weeks edition. Deborah L. May and Eric R. Culbreath announced that they planned to say vows in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Culbreath, 103 Pinecrest. Mr. and Mrs. Bauchie Summers told of the engagement of their daughter, Teresa Yvonne, to Milton Jay Moon Jr. An April 20th wedding was planned. Mr. and Mrs. John Rodgers announced the birth of their daughter, Sherry Lynn, on March 21 at Shands Teaching Hospital. She weighed 8 pounds, 8 ounces.MACLAY GARDENS IN FULL BLOOMTaylor Countians were lured to Tallahassee with this ofcial announcement: Maclay Gardens will be in full bloom next week. Superintendent Wesley Smith reminded all that it was a good show for $1, with students only charged 50 cents.A LOT OF PINKThis weeks half-page advertisement from Scottie Drugs promoted Pepto Bismol for 59 cents a bottle. In other advertisements, Dottie Young joined Jewels Beauty Salon and welcomed customers. Robertson Builders promoted its beautiful, new energysaving model home, inviting the public for tours. WILLIAMS PITCHES WIN OVER LIVE OAK Marilyn Williams pitched her third win of the season over Live Oak, with the Taylor team winning 1210. The win gave the team a perfect season in district play. NOW SHOWING Blazing Saddles and Kung Fu Streetghter were the double features at Graves Drive-In Theatre. A-2 Perry News-Herald March 28-29, 2014 Looking Back March 28-29, 2014 Quotable Quotes THE PERRY NEWS-HERALDMarch 29, 1979 Home in Lake Bird Detailed trim, framework and shutters graced the two-story home of the Calder family in Lake Bird. The photo is featured in a collection of Taylor County scenes cataloged by local historian Henry McLeod. I hope some day to meet God, because I --Robert BraultGod writes the gospel not in the Bible --Commonly attributed to Martin Luther Remember when...By ANTHONY L. WHITE anthonylamarwhite@yahoo.comNo retirement for three-year-olds My mother was not the old lady who lived in a shoe. Unlike that old lady, who had so many children she didnt know what to do, my mother only had three. And she knew just what to do with them--put them to work. For the longest time, I thought my mother had me and my brothers for two reasons: she wanted children and she needed a workforce. The day I began walking my mother, the taskmaster, told me to, Put that bottle down and get to work. For the next few years, I thought the English language only consisted of the three-word sentences that my mother used. Go do that. Come do this. Hand me that. Pick that up. Put that down. The tasks were never ending. By the time my two brothers, Ken and Tony, came along a year and then two years later, I was ready to put in for my Social Security. Unfortunately, in those days, three-year-olds did not qualify for retirement. I warned my brothers about the potential consequences of learning to walk, but they chose to ignore my warnings and walked their way into my mothers workforce. Two labor principles guided my mothers could do it, she didnt have to. The second principle was, do it right. If we could cook, that meant she didnt have to. So, although my grandmother constantly argued at my mother for not paying attention when she was trying to teach her to cook, my mother made sure my brothers and I knew how to cook. If we could sweep and mop, then she didnt have to. So she made sure we knew how to do both. Every Saturday morning, after cartoons went off, she sat and watched as we swept and mopped the living room, hallway, bathroom, kitchen, our bedroom, hers and the front porch. If we could wash our own clothes and then hang them outside on the clothesline, she didnt have to. So, after we were done sweeping and mopping, we began sorting, washing and then hanging up clothes. When the clothes were dry, we took them in, folded them and then put them away. My mother didnt like ironing, so she taught us how to stand in a chair and iron. She didnt like doing the dishes, so we pulled that same chair up to the kitchen sink and washed dishes. And she didnt like looking at messy childrens bedrooms, so we made sure she didnt see any messy childrens bedrooms. Our mother wasnt a perfect taskmaster. Her Achilles heel as a taskmaster was she didnt like having to go behind us to straighten out a task we didnt do right. So, because I was the oldest child and therefore labor supervisor, I always went behind my brothers to make sure our mother didnt have to go behind us. I was 11 when I discovered that there was no room for advancement in my mothers workforce and that my mother had an Achilles heel. Thats when I stopped checking behind my brothers and I stopped trying to be her best unpaid employee. Were not doing all this work for free, I informed my mother when she learned of the mutiny I was orchestrating. You dont work for free, she said. You work because you live here. You work because I buy you food and clothes. And you work to keep my foot on the ground. That ended the mutiny. It seems my mother had better things to do with her shoe than live in it. The Taylor County Historical Society is accepting applications for its W.T. Cash Scholarship. The scholarship program is open to any graduating Taylor County High School senior or home-schooled (senior) student who plans to attend at a Florida college or university. Qualied applicants must be students in good standing who have shown a high level of interest in history and/or historical events Application forms are available at the high school guidance ofce and Perry Newspapers, Inc. (123 South Jefferson Street). Forms should be returned to the guidance ofce by April 28. The scholarship will be awarded during the annual TCHS Awards Night May 22. Historical Society seeking scholarship applicants

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The Perry City Council voted unanimously to reject a quit-claim deed from the county for portions of Helen Street that--although while privately owned--had been maintained for numerous years. Im not really sure why the county did this the deed is for the part of Helen Street they have been grading. However all records in the city and county show that there is no true Helen Streetits all private property. According to their (meeting) minutes, they voted to quit maintaining the road (last month) and rejected any claim of ownership of the right-of-way, City Manager Bob Brown told council members Tuesday night. At one time I thought the residents wanted the street made into a street and paved and I proposed we put it in our capital budget, contingent on the property owners deeding us the rightof-way. Instead I learned that is the last thing they-in the majority--want to do. So even though it is in my district, I have no interest in seeing it remain in the capital plan until those folks come to a consensus, Councilman Don Cook said. City Attorney Ray Curtis recommended the wording of the motion to reject the deed be made in specic language so that if any of the property owners go to sell their land and a title search is conducted, there is a clear and concise motion recorded to show the city makes no claim of ownership. Cook followed the wording recommended by Curtis and the motion to reject the quick claim deed passed 5-0. A-3 Perry News-Herald March 28-29, 2014 any prospect candidates for the open council seats also to attend. I want to be certain that everyone who has picked up a (candidate) packet to run be aware of this opportunity to be educated in these two important areas, Cook said. The one-hour workshop will start at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in the City Council chambers. and graders, heavy lift drivers, supervisors and managers. CareerSource North Florida will list all Klausner Lumber job openings. When posted, job seekers can view them and apply for the positions at CareerSource Centers across Florida. Openings will also be posted at www.employorida.com. All job seekers must be registered in Employ Florida and must have earned a Florida Ready to Work certicate prior to applying for any position with Klausner, Head said. Job seekers are asked to call CareerSource North Florida to learn more about these requirements and event details at (866) 3674758. Essay winners Taylor Retired Educators Association (TREA) recognized the winners of its 2013-14 essay contest for fth graders Wednesday, March 26, at Taylor County Elementary School. Students were asked to write essays featuring a story about a grandparents or other elderly person in their lives. It was amazing to read the stories and see the impact grandparents and other individuals have had on the lives of these children, one judge said. Shown are: (front, l to r) Jade Parker, third place; Cole English, second place; and Sarah Bailey, rst place; (back, l to r) Debra Parker, Lisa English and Wayne English (the subject of Coles essay), Principal Charles Finley and Jamie Bailey. Many may not recognize Walter Eatons name, but they no doubt remember his work with Taylor Countys American Red Cross (ARC). He was the volunteer who helped residents count down to hurricane season by faithfully changing the numbers on the ARC sign posted in the Taylor Square Shopping Center and it was Eatons voice you heard whenever you contacted the local disaster services ofce. For other residents, Eatons face was the one they saw when he came to their aid after a house re. Walter Eaton Sr. died last Wednesday, just a block away from the ARC ofce where he once spent so many hours volunteering. He was the driver of the vehicle that crashed into the ofce on Main Street; reports indicate he was on his way to dialysis treatment. The Perry Police Department released Eatons name Thursday; it is still investigating the circumstances of the crash, which is believed to be medically-related. In 2005 Eaton was one of three individuals recognized by the Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce for Doing Whats Right. The award was presented at the chambers annual banquet that year. In making the presentation, Chamber Director Dawn Taylor said: This rst individual has served his community by volunteering for the Red Cross in Perry for many years. Not only has he served as the ofce manager of the local Disaster Services Ofce, but also coordinated disaster education programs in Taylor County. By interfacing with community leaders to undertake the American Red Cross Preparing for the Unexpected Program, he has ensured that businesses and families are prepared for disasters. During the 2004 hurricane season, the devotion shown by this individual towards families and the entire community was outstanding. Mr. Walter Eaton is a true example of an individual that is Doing Whats Right. Longtime Red Cross volunteer dies in car crash HIRING DRIVE Continued from page 1 Job seekers must be registered with Employ Florida GUNTER Continued from page 1 Workshop set Tuesday City rejects quit-claim deed for Helen St.

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A-4 Perry News-Herald March 28-29, 2014 Living Steinhatchee Garden Club recently celebrated the talents of its own Glenda Shrimper who demonstrated the art of making spring oral arrangements. We learned some tricks to help owers stay fresh longer, bloom earlier and look beautiful, said Sue Guilbeau for the club. All members urge friends from the community to gather with them on April 8 at the Community Center for a program on day lilies. We will have a eld trip to the day lily farm in Trenton when they are in bloom (date to be annouced), she added. Also, on April 22, the club will make stepping stones. Join us at 9:30 am for brunch; the meeting will begin at 10, Guilbeau said. All visitors welcome! Ahh...Spring! Take a walkDowntownIf you love gardening, design or landscape enhancement, the Steinhatchee Garden Club has a reserved seat for you. Above, Glenda Shrimper shared tricks for fresh arrangements. Next, the club will learn about day lilies and travel to a day lily farm in Trenton. On April 22, the focus will be on making stepping stones. One candle will mark birthday on SundayKalani RaJon Pridgeon will celebrate his rst birthday Sunday, March 30. He is the son of Audie and Tammy Pridgeon. Maternal grandaprents are John and Margaret McGrew. Paternal grandparents are Alvin and Mary Pridgeon. Joining in the celebration will be his brother, Chaz, and sister, LeMaya. Kalani RaJon Pridgeon Put on your walking shoes...and get out your map, for the Perry Historic Walking Trail takes you a mere 1.2 miles, beginning and ending at the City Park across from the Perry-Taylor Chamber of Commerce. Note these landmarks along the way: The Greystone was built by Judge Faulkner in the early 1900s and later used as apartments. of Wells Jewelers, which originally housed an automotive garage, was transformed into a jewelry store in the 1950s. Studio 221 now occupies much of the space. Dansby Building which was established as a grocery store, later housed a orist, and became a veand-dime in the 1950s. The upstairs housed the law ofces of Don Dansby. First Presbyterian Church was organized in 1905 and used as a house of worship until 1998. The building now houses Beggs Funeral Home. Capital City Bank, which in its glory days was the Dixie-Taylor Hotel, was built in the 1900s and provided ofce space for the late Byron Butler, attorney. It is now home to Capital City Bank. Perry Ofce Supply was originally the First National Bank and then housed Perrys rst indoor theatre. Rosehead Junction was established in the early 1900s as the Schwartz Building in which Tom Abiedo opened a grocery store. Old Perry Shoe Store was originally Mantzanas Restaurant. The bus station was located in the rear of the building; travelers could dine while waiting for the bus. now called the Historic Perry Station underwent an extensive renovation and now houses Java Connection and the Shugar Shoppe, as well as Main Street and the Taylor County Development Authority. old Post Ofce was constructed in 1935 and then purchased by the school board before the county took ownership. Blair Building this point on the tour has housed many occupants, most recently Big Bend Hospice. Previously, it was home to Johnsons Grocery Store, Fleets Shoe Store the Emporium and Southern Electric. Bloodworths Sundries was opened in Bloodworth, and then operated by his son James until 1998. Memorabilia from the business can be found in the Taylor County Historical Society. Peacock building, the Emporium was Perrys true department store with clothing, shoes, fabric, etc. It was demolished in 2008 because of safety concerns. Western Auto Store occupied this space for many years, under the ownership of Doug Powers with children, Tully and Kay. It later became home to Big Bend Fitness. Taylor County and see the sights Please see page 5 Aubrey JoNae Allen will celebrate her rst birthday on Saturday, March 29. She is the daughter of Kasha Fisher and Darius Allen. Maternal grandparents are Trisha and Eddie Joe Jackson. Paternal grandparents are Cherina White and Mose Allen, Reese. Saturday brings a rst $1000 for TTI Perry Elks Lodge Exalted Ruler Susan Lynn presents Judy Johnson, director of Taylor Technical Institute, with a $1000 check to assist students with the cost of tuition and fees for GED preparation and testing. As Johnson explained, this allows for a successful transition to a post-secondary program leading to an industry credential.

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A-6 Perry News-Herald March 28-29, 2014 Religion Yard sales on Saturdays at Salvation Army centerThe Salvation Army is accepting donations at 604 W Julia St. in Perry where it has established its ofces and worship center. We are on site on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, said George Blevins, sergeant with the North Central Florida Outpost. People may also arrange for a donation pickup by calling 584-5678. The Salvation Army stages yards sales on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the same location. Your support is appreciated.Beloved, let us love one another: for love is of God: and every one that loveth is born of God, and knoweth God. ----I John 4:7 KJVTIDBITS: Taylor Union meets Friday; By SARAH HALL Today, oh Lord, I will praise you for your mighty works; I will say thanks unto you for you are a forgiving God. I will honor you for you, alone, are a sovereign God. Help me to prioritize my time in praises, honors, thanks and glory to youmy Lord and Savior. Amen. Come to Kissimmee? The Florida General Baptist Convention, Inc., will hold its annual session on Monday, April 7-11, in Kissimmee with Rev. Dr. James B. Sampson presiding. We say a special prayer for our delegates and those attending these sessions. Sessions will be held at Embassy Suites, Orlando-Lake Buena Vista South, 4955 Kyings Heath Rd., in Kissimmee. Prayer List: Remember in prayer the teen driver of last Sundays crash (3/19/14) and his family; Arthur Daniels, DMH; John Collier, Archie Nesbitt, Gabriel Finn, Tyrone Miller, Mattie Lewis; William Rollings, William Alexander and Juanita Calloway, at home; John McBride, surgery; and Lelia Tina Rhines, Marshall Rehab. In bereavement, remember in special prayer for the families of the late Wayne Gregory Dean of Perry. Blessed are they that mourn, for they shall be comforted. Matthew 5:4. Union meeting Here are the details on the weekend meeting of the Ministers, Deacons and Superintendents Union of Taylor County, an auxiliary of the First Bethlehem Baptist Association: the Rev. Isaac Manning, Moderator; Brother Izell Montgomery Jr., president; place, Little Saint John Missionary Baptist Church (the Rev. Robert M. Butler Jr., pastor/teacher: date, March 28-30; local Program, Friday March 28, host church in charge6 p.m. For Saturday March 29, at 9:30 a.m., Bible Exposition will be led by Deacon Charles August; 10:45 a.m., youth department, Sister Frances Toliver and Sister Jacqualyn Beasley, directresses in charge; 1 p.m. The Brotherhood, Deacon Charles August presiding; 2 p.m., Womens Ministry, Sister Annie Mae Porter Presiding. Plan to attend this weekend for a spiritual uplifting of the soul. Live today fully, expressing gratitude for all you have been, all you are right now and all you are becoming. Melody Beattie You dont have to be lonely. Pick up the phone and make a friend. Dixie Echoes to sing Sunday The Dixie Echoes, representing the nest in Southern Gospel music, will sing at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church this Sunday at 11 a.m. Pastor Danny Lundy invites everyone. The Dixie Echoes got their start in 1960. They recently performed in Branson, Mo., and cut a Live at Silver Dollar City CD. Baptists gather April 7-11 in Kissimmee Pleasant Grove will host the Dixie Echoes

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