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Title: Jackson County Floridan
Alternate Title: Sunday Floridan
Floridan
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna, Fla
Publication Date: June 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
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Subject: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by: Marianna Floridan

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Chuck Lockey Bill Stanton
intended to come
into Jackson County. With
Washington County's rejection of the
project, more of the route could move
mto Jackson County.
a sS roughly west of (U.S.) 231
and would run between Graceville
and Campbellton," Stanton said. "If
Jackson County becomes the main
course it would cross State Road 2
and I-10. And we have Bay Line rail-
road running north and south. So
what happens is you gain an inte -
change at State Road 2 and anoth r
one at I-10."
The exciting point in the inter-
changes is that Jackson County
becomes a greater lure for industries
that need rail and diverse highway -
options, Stanton said.
One project Stanton is involved
with -is coded "Destination Bio,"
which has the potential to bring more
See TOLL, Page 7A >


County chairman
in the party's
Small County
Coalition. '
She introduced
state Sen. .Al
Lawson (District.
6) and District 8
state Rep. Curtis
Richardson, both
Curtis of whom encour-
Richardson aged party mem-
bers to step up
now that Barack Obama has emerged
as the Democratic candidate for the
country's highest elected office.
Lawson spoke also of the many


parks appropriations secured for
Jackson County in the last legislative
session, and of the money set aside to
build a new health department here.
In his remarks, Richardson said
Lawson was the hero of the hour in
securing the health department
money.
Both legislators warned that local
governments will have a struggle
ahead as they cope with state budget
cuts which will likely limit spending
on the local level.
Republican Party Florida
Chairman Jim Greer came to Jackson
See POLITICAL, Page 7A >


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Right, State Senator Al Lawson, Democrat, talks to the Jac son County
Democratic Executive Committee during its monthly meeting Monday. Lefi,
Republican party representative Jim Greer addresses fellow party mem-
bers at a meeting Tuesday. Mark Skinner / Floridan


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Better Medical Building Community Room of Jackson Hospital, 4230 Hospital Drive,
Breathers Marianna. Speaker is Brigitta C. Nuccio, MPAS, PA-C, Big Bend Area Health
1 Club Educator, "A Breath of Fresh Air." Light refreshments served.
aeckson No cost to attend. For more information, call (850) 718-2849.
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Shaw said he is confident Jackson County would
Support the project.
Washington County held two public meetings about
the proposed road and commissioners faced overflow
crowds full of residents concerned about eminent
domain, the process through which a government enti-
ty can take ownership of private land. Other residents
were concerned the limited access road would allow
traffic to zip through the county without stopping to
patronize local merchants.
The commission voted 3-2 agaii1st entering into an
agreement with the toll road organizers to bring the
road through the county.
Strange said the toll road group has been in constant
contact witl. officials from Jackson and Bay counties
about the possibility of constructing the road there. He
said he expects public meetings to be held there soon.
No official dates have been set.
- Local officials have long held that lack of interstate
access has been an obstficle to attracting industry.
Focus 2000 members believe the road can provide a
magnet for industry as well as easy access from
Montgomery to the beaches of the Florida panhandle.
"We tried to make the case it would be a very good
thing for Washington County from an economic stand-
point," Strange said. "Jackson Couety officials have
always been very supportive in our conversations with
them."


By LANCE GRIFFIN
MEDIA GENERAL NEws SERVICE
1Vith the Florida panhandle county of Washington
deciding Monday to pass on a proposed toll road,
organizers say they will continue with the project and
are now focusing on Washington's eastern neighbor,
Jackson County.
"You definitely want someone who really wants (the.
road) there, and we had tried to alleviate the concerns
of the people in Washington County," said Luther
Strange, a Birmingham attorney who. represents a
group that hopes to form a public-private partnership
that will lead to the construction of atoll road con-
necting the Wiregrass with I-10 and possibly south to
the Gulf. "But we want it to be where people are inter-
ested in economic development."
Now, Jackson County could represent the road's last
best chance of becoming a reAlity.
"If it doesn't work in Jackson County, then the proj-
ect won't work, quite frarikly," said Steve Shaw, a
member of Focus 2000, a group whose short-term gotil
is to build a limited access toll road from Midland City
to I-10. Long-term, they would like to extend the road
north to Montgomery and south to Bay County.
Funding and construction would be done privately. In
30 years, the road would be turned over to the counties
through which it runs.


pauses to take a photo of the mountainous piles of wood mater
i-
al that will be converted into pellets. Mark Skinner / Floridan


See GREEN, Page 7A >


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Key Democrats and key
Republicans visited their local party
committees in Jackson County this
week as the two parties gather their
strength for the last few months of
the race for the White House. .
1 On Monday night two Florida leg-
islators spoke at a meeting of the
Jackson County Democratic
Committee, with the gathering led by
JudyMount.
Mount was selected by her party as
a delegate to the democratic national
convention, and serves as Jackson


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BY DAVID PALMER
FLORIDAN MANAGING EDITOR
Jackson County Development
Council's executive director says a
proposed toll road from
Montgomery, Ala., to U.S. 98 can
only brmg benefits to the local com-
munity.
Washirigton County's rejection of
the proposal Monday mght left sup-
porters focusing more attention on
Jackson County. Bill Stanton, execu-
tive director of the development
council in Jackson County, sald
opening the door to the project will
assist the county in accomplishing
more of its economic goals.
Stanton said there is not a con-
firmed course or route for the road to
travel, but a portion of it was always


Green Circle opens doors to public

Plant is

largest

WOOd pellet

Operation
in world
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER re.
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Green Circle Bio Energy
opened its doors to the public
Tuesday for tours of the facili-
ty after a ribbon-cutting cere-
mony to mark the opening of 4
the plant. &
Green Circle buys trees
from owners all across this '
region of the state and reduces
them to wood pellets which
will be used by European mar-
kets as alternative sources of
energy.
State agencies, staff from -, -
the office of Gov. Charlie
Crist, local dignitaries and
members of the public at large q.
were represented at the well- .
attended event.
They had a chance to meef
Green Circle VIPs and repre-
nn stha bu tetheSma Top left, Richard Miles holds two wood pellets during a tour of
ty of the plant. the Green Circle Bi&Energy ant Tuesday. Top right, A tent shel-
After the ceremony, buses ters visitors touring the Green Circle Bio Energy plant following -q
took loads of passengers out the grand openmg ceremony Bottom left, Green Circle President at
for a look at the operation. and Chief Financial Officer Olaf Roed holds up a cow bell pre-
Along the way, they passed sensed to him by Rene' Steiner. Bottom right, Depek Templeton


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events via e-mail, editorial@jcfloridan.com; fax, (850) 482-
4478; mail, Editorial Department, P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL
32446; or hand delivery, 4403 Constitution Lane, Mariana.
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, anniversary and
birth announcements. Forms are available at the Floridan
offices. Photographs must be of good quality and suitable for
print. The Floridan reserves the right to edit all submissions.
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Tuesday thrd hM aanFdlaSunday mornings. Periodical
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MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the follow-
ing incidents for June
9, the latest available
report- Two traffic
accidents, one suspi-
cious vehicle, one sus- CRI
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picious person, one t s. --
report of illness, one
mentally ill person, three dis-
turbances three burglar
alarms, two larceny com-
plaints, one vandalism com-
plaint, one civil dispute, two
juvenile complaints one
retail theft, one gas skip, one
assist of another agency, five
public service calls, one
patrol request, seven traffic
stops, and three 911 hang-
us

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriffs Office listed the fol-
lowing incidents for June 9,
the latest available report:
One abandoned vehicle, two
alarms, one animal com-
plaint, six disturbances, one
drug investigation initiated,
two road obstructions, one
larceny complaint, one noise
complaint, one escort, one
patrol request, one prowler,
one public service call, one
retail theft, two suspicious
incidents, three threats, three
traffic accidents, six traffic
stops, three transports, two
trespassing complaints, one
warrant arrest, and one reck-
less driver.


JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
The following persons were
booked into the county
jail during the latest
available reporting
periods:
ME John Roudabush,
--- 33, 2870 Spring Chase
Road, Marianna, driv-
ing under the influence.
Kenneth Curry, 31, 2943
Hannah St., Marianna, pos-
session of marijuana less than
20 grams, possession of
cocaine, resisting officer
without violence.
Charles Folsom, 39, 4500
River Road, Sneads, hold for
i-ourt.
Gloria Highsmith, 50,
5733 Oscar Road
Greenwood, trespass after
warning.
Lamar Washington, 38,
4309 Woodberry Road,
Marianna, violation of condi-
tional release (possession of
drug paraphernalia).
Layura Sellers, 36, 2933
Milton St. (Apt. 9C),
Marianna, hold for court/hold
for DOC.
Timothy Rollins, 24,
4641 Cliff Road, Graceville,
felony battery (domestic vio-
lence).

JAIL POPULATION:215

To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.
To report a wildlife viola-
tion, call 1-888-404-FWCC
(3922).


June 13 Friday
Better Breathers Club meets 2 to
3 p.m., in the Hudnall Medical
Building Community Room of
Jackson Hospital, 4230 Hospital Dr.,
Marianna. Speaker is Brigitta C.
Nuccio, MPAS, PA-C, Big Bend
Ar'ea Health Educator, 'A Breath of
Fresh Air. Light refreshments
served. No cost to attend. Call
(850) 718-2849.

June 14 Saturday
The Third. Annual Northeast
Jackson County Optimist Club
Boston Butt Sale will be at the cor-
ner of Highway 2 and Highway 71.
Pickup time is 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.; cost
is $'10. Also barbeque sandwich,
chips and soda $5. Fundraiser for
Craig R. Earnest Memorial
Scholarship. Call 209-0749.
The Bass-Durden-Edenfield-
Jeter Family Reunion is 10 a.m. to 2
p.m., at Sam Atkins Park,
Blountstown. All descendants wel-
come. Please bring one or two large
covered dishes, dessert of choice and
drinks of : choice .(no alcohol
allowed). Lunch will be served at 12
p.m. Bring photos to share. Paper
plates, plastic silverware, cups and
napkins will be provided. Call (850)
624-5796, (850) 237-1298 or (850)
579-4994.
"Art Share" at the Russ House, 9
a.m. to noon. The Artists Guild of
Northwest Florida monthly meeting.
Member artists will share one or two
pieces of their completed work or
work in progress. Non-members are
welcome.
The Jackson County Farmers
Market is open Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays, from 6:30 a.m. ufitil
all fresh produce is sold out. This
state certified farmers' market
accepts the FMNP/WIC and Elder
Affairs coupons.


June 11 Wednesday
Jackson County Development
Council, Inc.'s Steps to Starting a Small
Business workshop is from 1 to 4 p.m.,
at the Nearing Court Office Building,
Upstairs Conference Room, 2840
Jefferson St., Marianna. This workshop
will cover organizational requirements,
licensing, personal financial assess-
ments, credit checks, defining your cus-
tomer, location considerations and
employee requirements. Cost is $15 per
person, to be paid in advance.
Reservations required; registration
closes at 5 p.m., two days before each
class meets. Call Toni or Roy at 526-
4005.
Shady Grove Baptist Church's
Cactus Canyon vacation Bible school is
. June 11-13, 6 to 8:30 gi.m., at the
church, 7304 Birchwood Rd., Grand
Ridge. Commencement is June 13, 7
p.m. Call 592-6952.

June 12 Thursday
The Jackson County Senior
Citizens will be taking applications for
.the Jackson County Farmers' Market
Coupon Program June 5 and June 12,
from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Applications
can be completed on these dates at the
Jackson Coutlty Board of County
Commissioners Office on Madison
Street, across. from the courthouse,
Marianna. To qualify, applicants must
live in Jackson County, be 60 years or
older and submit the following: Picture
ID (no family photos); all household
members' social security cards or proof
of number from Social Security Office
(no Medicare cards); and all household
members' proof of income (no bank
statements). Call Abbie Burdeshaw at
263-3401. .
Jackson County Development
Council, Inc.'s Business Plan
Development I workshop is from 9 a.m.
to 11:59 a.m., at the Nearing Court
Office Building, Upstairs Conference


Room, 2840 Jefferson St., Marianna.
Topics covered will, be reasons for writ-
ing the business plan, its elements, and
your ideas for a business. Participants
will be given worksheets to begin
developing their own busmess plan for
the next workshop meeting. Cost is $15
per person, to be paid m advance.
Reservations required; registration
closest 5 p.m., two days before each
class meets. Call Toni or Roy at. 526-
.4005.
The Panhandle Area Alcohol and
Drug Abuse Prevention Coalition of the
Panhandle Area Health Network, Inc.
presents a Sheriff Candidates' Fortim
from 6 to 8 p.m., in the Chipola College
Arts Center. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.
Each candidate for Jackson County
Sheriff has agreed to participate.
The Town of Grand Ridge will hold
a public hearing at 6 p.m., at the Grand
Ridge Town Hall, to discuss proposed
Ordinance 2008-02 Roadway Weight
Limits, Ordinance 2008-03 Parking on
City Right of Way and Ordinance
2008-04 Establish Rates & Fees. The
regular monthly council meetmg wilt
immediately follow the public hearitig.
Copies of the proposed ordinances can
be mspected at the town hall. Call 592-
4621.
Chipola.Nursing Pavilion will spon-
sor a free healthcare seminar for
Medicare recipients at the Jackson
County Senior Citizens Center in
Marianna, at 10:30 a.m. Call 526-3191.
The Jackson County School Board
meets at 4 p.m., for a board workshop,
m the JCSB office. Call 482-1200.
The Jackson County Library Board
will hold a workshop at the library, at 3
p.m., to develop a special projects time
line.
Graceville Animal Control's Rabies
Clinic starts at 5 p.m., at the Graceville
Fire Department, 986 Sixth Ave.,
Graceville. One-year and three-year
shots available.


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damages arising out of errors and advertisements beyond the
amount paid for the space actually occupied by that portion of
the advertisements in which the error occurred, whether such
error is due to the negligence of the publisher's employees or
otherwise, and there shall be not liability for non-insertion of
any advertisement beyond the amount paid for such advertise-
ment. This newspaper will not knowingly accept or publish
illegal material of any kind. Advertising which expresses
t eNnoctea sad e.egally protected personal characteris-
LETTERS POLICY
The Jackson County Floridan welcomes the opinions of our
readers on any public issue. All letters must bear the
writer's signature and be printed or typed with name, full
address and telephone number for verification purposes.
Only the writer's name and city will be published. The
Floridan reserves the right to edit or not publish any letter.


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E-mail: editorial@jcfloridan.com
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 520
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Marianna, FL 32447
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Subscription Rates: Home delivery: one month $9.95; three
months, $29.85; six months $59.70; one year, $119.40. AII
prices include applicable state and local taxes. Mail sub-
scriptions are payable in advance. By mail, three months,
$38.70, sIx months, $77.40, one year, $154.80.


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Quilters guild invites

new members, offers tips

SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
During the April business meeting of the Jackson County 4
Quilters Guild, members shared various quilting tips. In addi-
tion, each month guild members share quilting techniques )
and ideals with each other.
Visitors and guests interested in the guild are invited to
attend two business meetings before deciding if they would
like to join.
The Jackson County Quilters Guild's business meeting is
the fourth Tuesday of each month, at 6 p.m., in the First
United Methodist Church Youth Center.
The guild offers the following tips to fellow quilters:
Store spools of thread and the bobbin in old medicine bot-
tles.
When sewing quilt blocks with lots of seams, press the
seams operi so the seams appear smoother. '-"
Wet your finger before putting your thimble on it will
stay in place longer- f...r 2.." (UI
When piecing with dark fabrics, use two lighter colors for
the top and bottom threads if you make a mistake, it's eas_ Nancy Chaffer, guild pres-
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SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Marchof Dimes "March
for Babies" team captain kick--
off luncheon is set for Tuesday,
June 17, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., at
Jim's Buffet in Marianna.
Reservations should lie made
by calling Michelle Hewitt at
422-3152 or e-mailing her at
mhewitt@marchofdimes.com.
Bring a fnend to the event
and receive a special March of
Dimes gift.



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Were recipients of the DAR Good Citizenship
Award given by Chipola Chapter, NSDAR.
This national award honors students for the
qualities of "honor, service, courage, leader-
ship, and patriotism." .
Harry Dunaway, president of the William
Dunaway Chapter, Sons of the American
Revolution, installed the new Blue Springs
Society officers: President Markie Parrish,
Vice President Katelyn Miller, Chaplain
Tommy Melvin, Recording Secretary Adrian
Schell, Corresponding Secretary Danielle
Melvin, Treasurer Carly Miller, Registrar
B.T. Johnson, Historian Marshall Parrish and.
Librarian Will Glover.
Senior President Ruth Croxton was given a
certificate of appreciation, for her three years
of dedicated and loyal service, and new
Senior President Patti Johnson was recog- -
nized.


sPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The May picnic of Blue Springs Society,
Children of the American Revolution, was
held at Florida Caverns State Park in
Marianna. The group chose the locale in order
to study the history of the caverns, one of
Florida's early tourist attractions.
Honored guest, historian Dale A. Cox, cap-
tivated his audience with the tald of "Jackson
County's Rip Van Winkle" that had appeared
in several newspapers in the mid 1800s.
Cox, a strong supporter of C.A.R., was
honored with a certificate that read, "In
appreciation for your many years of careful
research and documentation of Florida histo-
ry and folklore. Your well written books will
preserve our heritage for future generations."
B.T. Johnson, Danielle Melvin and Adrian
Schell, members of the Blue Springs Society,


All household members'
proof of income (no bank
statements)
For additional information,
please contact Abbie
Burdeshaw at 482-4650 or
263-3401.


sPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Jackson CountySenior
Citizens will again be taking
applications for the Jackson
County Farmers' Market
Coupon Program on
Thursday, June 12, from 8
a.m. to 12 p.m.
Applications can be com-
pleted at the Jackson County
Board of County
Commissioners Office, on
Madison Street in Marianna,
across from the courthouse.
To qualify for coupons,
applicants must live in
Jackson County, be 60 or older
and submit the following:

March of

Dimes
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YOgIStratiOn


Picture ID (no family pho-
tos) ,
All household members'
Social Security cards or proof
of number from the Social
Security office (no Medicare
cards)


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ounty Tuesday morning as and Tire Service, where he
ynote speaker at the month- worked until he retired. He
meeting of the Repubhcan was also a volunteer fireman
ub of Northwest Florida. for 15 years with the Marianna
Greer focused on John Fire Department.
cCain's war record and said He is preceded in death by
exhibited a strength of his parents; a brother, Guy
aracter during his time as a Cobb; and a sister, Winnie
isoner of war that could Faye Dye.
rve the party well as it seeks He leaves behind his loving
hold the White House. wife of 60 years, Vivian
Canant Cobb of Marianna;
their two children, Peggy
Continued From Page 1A Linton and. husband, Kenny,
and Larry Cobb and wife,
n Tuesday, said he could Teri, all of Marianna. He is
potential in the road. also survived by a sister,
en't had an official request Emily Davis of Pensacola; and
through Jackson County nine grandchildren, Melissa.
but I have heard that Linton, Kristy Vickery, Jake
n County voted against it Linton, Sandy Baker, Lacey
Jackson County is being Linton, Joste Register, Casey
d. It's not a done deal by Cobb, Melanie Cobb and Levi
h, but it is an opportunity Cobb; and nine great-grand-
to be looked at," Lockey children.
key interchanges, it could Funeral services will be at
business corridor up and 10 a.m., Thursday, June 12, at
the way from Alabama to Maddox Chapel, with the Rev.
f Panama City. It's some- Brandon Griffin and Brother
could have some economic Jim Dye officiating. Burial
ies for us." will follow at Pinecrest
Memorial Gardens, with
James & Sikes Maddox
Chapel directing.
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the toll road with Cottondale, Alford
and the county commission,
- "Washington County has overre-
acted to this. How could anyone be
opposed to another interchange on I-
10?" Stanton said.
Securing the toll road through
Jackson County would provide not
only more opportunities for indus-
tries, but additional distribution cen-
ters.
Stanton also said communities to
the east, such as Marianna, would
also find benefits because of the
additional jobs in the region.
"In the end you gain more employ-


jobs and a substantial investment into
Jackson County. The potential for
this industry falls within the toll road
corridor in Jackson County.
"This road would greatly enhance
the project," Stanton said. "The
JCDC is very interested in seeing
this pursued. There is no negative
impact in this. There's no way the
county can lose."
Stanton said all of the towns along
this supposed corridor will get an
opportunity to hear more details of
the potential. Stanton has appeared at
the town councils in Campbellton
and Graceville. He will also discuss


ment, additional business opportuni-
ties and more taxes paid to support
services in the county," Stanton said.
Stanton noted that Interstate 10 has
been a huge plus for Jackson County.
Having interchanges associated with
the interstate only open up business
opportunities, he said.
"At Highway 2 we would have dual
transportation opportunities. We
would essentially be establishing an
inland port at Campbellton and
Graceville," Stanton said.
Jackson County Commission
chairman Chuck Lockey, who had
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row upon row of harvested trees that
will eventually be stripped of bark to
begin the transformation process.
Even the bark will be used as-fuel in
the drying process for the pellets that
are produced from the naked trunk, the
Green Circle tour guide pointed out as
the tour bus rounded a corner,
"Nothing is wasted," she said.
Mountains of wood chips being
made ready for processing could be
seen across the landscape as visitors


kept riding toward the plant.
Disembarking to walk the last few
feet to the door, they passed by the rail
spur that will bring the finished prod-
uct to Panama City for shipping to
European markets. Once inside, visi-
tors saw an array of machines that will
turn the wood chips into energy pellets.
In one room, plant managers showed
some component parts of the machin-
ery, including the 70-pound blades
used to chip the trees.


Green Circle is the largest wood pel-
let plant in the world, and was built at
a cost of more than $100 million.
Although the bulk of that investment
came from the company, the federal,
state and Jackson County governments
chipped in a combined total of more
than $12 million in the way of tax
incentives, road-building funds and
otherassistance.
The scope of the public-private part-
nership, and the international co-oper-
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universal problems like global warm-
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pick up a couple of points
putting the Marianna lead at
18-9. In the end, it was
Middleton who closed out
the game giving the Lady
Bulldogs the 25-15 victory.
Marianna jumped out on
the serve of Sanchez in game
two with a 1-0 lead before
Altha countered to make it a
1-1 game. The game
remained close with neither
team garnishing more than a
five-point lead at any time.
The first five-point lead for
Marianna came off the serve
of Caitlyn Shouse who made
it a 12-8 game. With the
game knotted at 21, over-
time was more than a possi-
bility. In the end it took an
extra serve from Kayla
Robinson to pick up the 26-
24 victory for the Lady
Dogs.
Game three was neck-in-
neck through the first ten
minutes of play before
Marianna pulled away on the
serves of Lawrence and
Middleton to make it a 17-9
game. Roberts picked up
four points during her serve
to stretch the lead to 21-10.
In the end it was Marianna
over Altha 25-11.
Games are scheduled to
continue each Monday night
at the. new Marianna High
School gym with two games
at five, six and seven.
Monday, June 15 at five will
be Sneads pitted against
Blountstown on court one
while Liberty County takes
on Mai-ianna on court two At
six on. court one will be
Liberty County and Altha
while court two will have
Marianna team II and
Blountstown. The nightcap
games will be Mananna I
versus Mariannit II at 7 on
court one while Altha will
take on Sneads on court two.


BY SHELIA MADER
PLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT .
Marianna High School
volleyball coach Belinda
Christopher tipped off the
summer season with seven
teams taking the court.
The summer volleyball
program is runmng two
games simultaneously on
half courts with a 55-minute
running clock.
Each team plays until time
expires getting in as many
garries as possibly during the
allotted time.
In game one on court one
Marianna held on to defeat
Sneads two out of three
games. Game one went to
Sneads 25-15 before
. Marianna bounced back to
take the next two games 25-
19 and 20-14. On court two
at the same time, it was
Altha taking care of the
Marianna Junior Varsity
squad in all three games.
Game one was 25-12, with
game two 25-13 and 25-19
in the final game of the
match.
At 6 it was Liberty County
handing the Marianna junior
varsity three straight losses,
25-16, 25-18 and 25-14. On
court two at six, Marianna
took two of three games
from Blountstown. Game
one was a 25-14 victory over
the visiting Lady Tigers
while Blountstown came
back to defeat, the Lady
Bulldogs in game two 25-19.
The Lady Dogs bounced
back in game three with a
.19-14 victory.
"Atoitcourtoneitwasa
close match iIi all three
games with Blountstown
taking two of the three from
the Altha Lady Wildcats.
Game one was an overtime
26-24 win for the Lady


Volleyball action for the summer league is under way in Jackson County. Mark


Tigers while Altha took
game two 17-25. In the final
game of -the match time
shorrened fhe ga ie with
Blount;stown holding on to a
1.5-12 victory.
Court, two at seven was
Sneads over Liberty County
-in three games. Game one
was 25-18, game two 25-14


and game three 25-20.
In the nightcap, the Lady
Bulldogs JV team took all
three garnesfromthe Altha
Middle School squad. Alex
Sanchez opened up the Lady
Dogs scoring in game oile's
25-15 win with four straight
service points to put
Marianna up 4-0. Christina


Wynn took over the serve
and connected to make it a
10-2 game. Kara Roberts
picked up a service point
before Brandi Middleton
added two additional points.
Tiffany Lawrence matched
Sanchez with five points to
put the Lady Dogs up 16-7.
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Oldsmobile '94 Cutlass .*- -i Chevy '95' ext cab, 4X4 Nissan '07 Titan 5.6 LE *
Supreme, 142K, good loaded lots of chrome, a' king can Leatner ,<
cond.,runs reat, aluminum wheels. Leaded.l owner ,g
$1,900.334-692-41 8 $4500.334-791-2609 13.500K mi. 524.000 .
Plymouth '68 Fury II. Chevy05'SilveradoCrew ),iarr, e-.r I, rrae= 334
Runs, but needs work. Cab Truck. Loaded with Ford '0 4 F I 5 0 44g.g7gg "
Make offer. 334-447- extras$18,000.850-594- Stepside, L.>w
9152. 3282 miles, 4-door, ER-: Toy.:.13 97 Tacoma 200 tr 4 ,
cond., runs great, miles, AG, CD, 5 speed,
Pontiac '00 Grand Prix* Ford '68 F100 step side, Chevy 05' Silverado Crew Call 334-685-0612 good condition, bedlin- Chevy Blazer'01, White ISU Z U '0 0 R 0 DE 0, Toyota '04 4-Runner. SR5
mi DaytonaSunse 4DR GT. AT, AC (eve7 great shape new motor CabTruck.Loadedwith er & tool box 334-797- AT 6-cyl 4WD, 130k, PB BRONZE, Auto. 6-cyl., 2 Silver, exc. cond.67K
OrangeEverva &.1 option). 104k mi. 18K mi. black, MSTA extras518,000.850-594- alas PS, CD A/C, AM/FM, WD. 77,000, Loaded, mi. Electric. Leather,
0 tion.Approx, Immaculate cond. $6,000. 080 334-671- 3282 sunroof, $6500, 334- new tires, Great cond., Spoiler, warranty
s1to F340 I W- cyl 4 W 3 -880 30 4-677-7748* 3772. Chevy '99 Silverado ext. ~ 793-0677. $6500,334-774-5405. $18,5000B0.791-9595.
334-393-4541or 45,000 miles, Power - cab. 2 wheel drive. bed leap01 GrandcheroL** CIRSsified
334-308-7852. rakeCs PAo erA /eFe Powhtit cl M8eynl5ek rol-3741Sk3 mi 57250 a,,,, am ..rdw) Advertising
runs well, low miles, ml. Very clean, good ran.ciesn.nodesoul YOurSOUFC9
C ion 135 500,33 dl60$ 5000 OBO. 334- "E t/ c.504 in eradoMI.d. ..I r I tO selling and
701-0 38. p 0 2046,00GTOnil6d, "819684.9.750. Call 334- Ford'01Fl50SuperCab The Best Pets buying.
black in/out, one ownel '9 Chevy 07 Wherado LT $ 50 .ather Toyota '00 Tacoma Pre .. ArefOund g g yg
$ 2 6, O 0 0, 8 5 0 3 5 2 REDUCED!! Chev '68 Crew Cab, exc. cond.* Financing AvailableWAC* dr te b ,bnebruTi Chevy '01 Tahoe LT, 116k in the
3752/850-557-6666 ChevelleSS 3 6/4 Bed cover) 26K mi., CaliJohn334-797-0420 tires, reat shape. 121K mi., sun roof, ithr. 3rd g|assifiedAds
5 eed. Real 138 Car. $19,000, (334 237-1039 or Jason 334-714-1601 mi.334 671-3635. seat, heated seats, TV, Cheyy '88 cargo van 109K
BI Ve good Cond. Che 6,. S10 V6, lon ALL power, new tires, Jeep 2000 Grand Cherokee, mi. exc. cond. new
corvette'06, 3LT26K $16 00.T34-355-2400 be low mileage. Ex Toyota '01 Tacoma Pre- fact. wrrnty. $12,500 looks good, runs excel. tires, $2,500. 334-774-
MilesGPSGlassOT .... 334-687-0176 excellent condition. .ga- Runner, single cab, 20" 080.678-350-8442. lent, new tires. $6000 2791.
O g4e3937 6Cell rage kept. 54.300 Call enreme enals a seas .Chev '06 Tahoe LT 080334-701-3974 Ford '00 Windstar LX, all
Lexus'00 LS-400 Black GB fl$ $ 334.7124.122 boards.c 2n. fl Loa ed 40K mi. White Jeep '0 5 Rubico n, electric, gold w/ beige
46,500Kmi.Loaded* | Mg Cnevy 04' unce 271. sugbed cover. dual es' w/ Tn. New tires. 2nd $18,500,, V6, auto., AC, innrlob,995ve g
newtiressunroof, Buraandyw. t.e.ge hausi, CD, super sharp owner, Exc. Cond., 46K mi. new BFGoo-
leather,517,5000B0 49' Reser. Irader. 2 5.4 leather. 80 mies. 33446.1.19,,4 $24,000,334-899-5903 drich All Terrain tires, 889-1700
334-714-1142. do.:.rs. r...II up tea recenn wheel .:on. (334)699-8668,803-5910 -,43
Pontlac2001GrandAM, fdooor. Quick sort us a r.:.Is. 3 0 r..w seal.ng Toyota 01 Tacoma 4 D Cl %k'00 oe @th4 Jeep '89 Wran er, black,

. . as 2 e leC 6 0 i c r 3r s rae Ford '07'F-150 4x4 3r r d u5a .r 3631 r7u9s3 134 da6r5 450top Cl
Corvette 1995, White. PT 06 Crus.. r. 17.800k 334-522-3756 $1 6, 8 0 0 3 3 4 -7 0 1. Lariat.Tri-Sand White $ 0 11Ill I Chevy 2008 Trailbiazer Jeep '91 Wrangler, 4 cyI.
Redleather,110Km.Is. m ec cond. Blu* 84' international 51700, 8555/334-685-6233 Fu oaacdkeLd ct LS. 36k miles, bumper good sha er new topd Ford '03 Windstar, Lt.
auto, acded, new ires. 510.000.334-272 6389 28,000 GVWR truck lig$ !.1 Dumper warranty, Rhino be line s ra e Green, Minivan. 49k

3d4 -s200 L USe,'O2 LV u RI d81C fl be $ C 6 $ 07 ba ob 4 B cker'0 a nic ,wr 1 6. I nd 5$6500, Cal 4) iles e oa7 ad9, ew
cy). 4 WD. 85,000 m er. many extras. 334- is" basis via Se Bid 18,000 mi. $22,500 neg.,
LOADED, Great cond 355-0298. open 6/12/08. Call 850- Dodge 05' 3500 Quad Cab Call334-370-3921 Dodge 01 Durango, Bur- Ford 2000 Conversion,
$24,985,334-798-5271. 594-600F350 truck 460 ea kmm ses'u o Buick 2007 Rainier, I one unWDf S1U1V @a8 dl. ke I atMearrkfu
Le sK i -n t e ls Iks iswh $2d0a G. ner,18ekathmiriesB0 arr t oe v cl ,4m t31sele $9%0
sale $27.000 334 702- sis via Sealed Bid open 850-594-9931 /gray, $21,000 neg, fac 334-494-1988.

L b)100r 4-701- EDI runs 0112/08. Call 850-594- D bfeEx nt1 Odit und or] lia re are 8 at us:-r .. leep 06 Wrangle Golden
Corvette '93 convertible good. all whens. needs 95' Ford F800, 21,000 60K, Auto, $11,995.00 r..ed. DIue A lan 89k me. Eagle. Black. 6 spd 6
40th anniv. addition some work. 52500. Call GVWR w/flatbed & 55, Please call 334-774- Ford 99' F350, XLT, good t..wang pg Reduced of 26.000 miles. Sat & -
rub red, new tires & 1334 792-4100 or 618- Saturn OF Aura AR, 9,6u0 Hi-Ran er SF-48PBI lift 75690r334-432-0533 cond., am fm stereo ago, y 9444.9;.t CD. very clean. warran-

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CorvetteConvertible93' mis 500,334 97-6657 $21,150obo,334-522-3564 6001 65pa, AC, PS, soursdbar. Ford 86 E-150 8 passes
goe0 10 .K se Mazda 04' RX8, 62,000 Toyota '00 Camry-Dave Anderson traller/car b Tr 0 XVLT8 S ,oo ci Ic 1. sS 55 r tr ob qage.n WroteCr
call334-712-1531 I .Rkunshgre r nnis-eyafeSpecil e17d3K udp ntShus a on platbeedt tenbdox, Cadillac '03 Escalade $17,500229376-2670 braes. Power steer.ng,
corvette Coupe 1987. over pmts. $19k owed. ble /Sharp/ Economical way ramps, diamond exc. cno d., $6900, 334 f'o.1m rr932nf Jeep '99 wrangle soon, a AunCS. uritairenf.ne,
71K actual miles. 1 850-557-6199 / Dealer Sveed 850- late floor & tool box. 714-4210 or 677-6007 mainin ask ing Liter Siv, A WD, new cloth 53,500 or oDo. Call 334-
owner, 2 tops, other ex. 508-0560 et's discuss price 334- Dodge '06 Ram, Silver, $19,000, (3 )793-9193 Ford '99 Expedition, top, 31x10.50R15LT, air, 699-5601
tras described when Mazda '88 323 SE sm. 4 701-4315 Auto.6cy).2WD.23k, Ford '99 Lariat F250, Su- Eddie Bauer. Rear air, AM/FM/CD. $5,500. Call "
called.334-393-2109 cal. economical stan. FI D DELIVERY TRUCK. Diesel Power steer, CD, A/C, per DutyabBig Truck phevrolet'99S10Blazer 3rd seat. 5.4 V-8. Lthr. 334-464-0380 GMC 1998 Safari Van,
Datsun '74 NIssan 260Z de ds 2drrk.h t6ch b3kg FAST w/ lift gate. Year: 2000* t.B ed ov7rREa 4 ,sex8t" 3 G d A/C Newttrans., 5.cT4d79\D2935hanger. Jeep '04 Wrangler Sport, assVeVr6 A ,eaA ER r
Neat, will start needs 334-677-9020. INTHECLASSIFIEDS Mileage a rx. 118,000. Is.Foot Rail $18k 334- exc. cond. $14,900. 334- cleawarr.,newatr red, 33,000K mi. exc. cond.. 118K mi. $3,500.
r ored. $950 714- Mercedes 2005 SL 500 9,7393t-797-4/730" 790-4509. 889-0043/740-497-3152* $390 )Sr9e6- Foerd 981Exapeitionnev4e6 3fd. $14,000 334-618- 334-677-TI48/803-3058

Dodge '91 Stealth, 7v r0/a 4-61 ad0d T ota So{'am ,ro4ofdo3 Fre htliner 92' 60 series, Dodge rR K i00 F2r' 04S p csrenwl Chevrolet 'O2Tahoe LT rsetcksd' tS62a Land Rover '99 Ran e Ni5s n 4 ues W ite,
71 8m.28 334-702- LR I US IN Q UIRES 809 300 m (5, 07, fFor gt nckmisrsion, 090. Call 334-714-5940 SoKo w ndeaadt r wh e,91A0 ,o. L preciate. (334) 687-0058 SKE .6, 9f,900Y n tedDVD E .s SyAtem,
TC 1(334)389-Pr0s 5. One 70 850-638-7290/850- be c4 -5$9 00 GrB2.t n ,000 AdClasMsis .t Call(334)797-0768 D er.DoG eatdc
owner. excellent cond GMC 'OS 18ft box truck, die- Ford '91 X Runs. Body can't Be B Mitsubishi '99 Mon. PRICED T 0 5 EL L,
49mog. 52K miles. pr=ce sel, auto transmission ood, Ne s head gas- Ford 2002 Explorer 4DR, tero Sport, exc. $14,995.334-701-9099.
-- 522 .4334 8037013 27k miles. $23.500, call et. $1100 obo. 334-693- automatic, A/C. V6, cond., 85K mi., Pontiac '01 Montana
334-673-4852 3141.Nocalisafter9PM save on gas, well main- $6,495, Call (334) clean, good condition .
Vo vot pasumlp6 jucDerd Ford '04 XLT S er Cab, tQ anietyd.MSt r 3345 677-1670 loader 50p s e4n2
Jort:*w... ) i.' ext. Side. R sang Darn winopkg.,53Kd li 2126 33780r334-618-7101.
FORD '02 TAURUS SES, Mercedes, 560SL 1989. door 523.500 334-685- $15,000, Call (334) 794- --- Ford '07 Explorer Eddie
excellent condition, burgundy, tan leather. 27720r 334-671-7632 0751 Bauer, V6, 3rd row sea
full loaded V-6 $5,000 101K miles, both tops. L -4 -, s. - Chevrolet '01 Tahoe LT. asking $20,975 obo, Cal
OB 334-688-5156 beautiful inside & out. Ford '07 XLT 250 4x4, leather. 1 owner. 34-797-4576
Ford '05 Musta GT, Cn o 1390. 12.900. 62 Wh& ACC685. For ncuts as Mua 2ab d4x4 Diese00 85ekatmi.ESunroo]pon3 Ford 'O4 Explorer V-8 34K
wrhItdee 5 sp, ntdisT Td, Mercedes '96 320 SL. Low 0 hi S a aAuCoE Vestil, n X30' pro- $8d500gr t 7 1086 mie dGoosEne nin $14,500.334-360-0774. mipchMG e if sbitaocw
ctory alarm, 24K mi., mileage. Call 334-774- 4-cyl. 2 WD. 7400 mi. table ramp for sale or or334-7942426 condition. $28,000. Call Chevrolet 1999 Tahoe bottom. Int. Grey many
exc. cond., $18,500 obo, 8731or797-5130. Power brakes, Power long term lease. $9,500. 334-693-9220 Z71, black, new 350 en- extras. $15,500. 334-
(334)794-7837 671-1735 Mercedes Benz '98 E-320 Me eF ste nCs 229 869 008. GMC '06 Can on, 5 cyl., 17K nchac r vai an 687-5684 N sa 7 rma Ponst c Ci6 Montada SV6


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int. premium sound 482-8416 Toyota '07 Sequoia. Gr 7- GMC '07 Duramax Diesel Fully loaded. Rear air, tails
loadedpS ., 20,700 m 2 WD. 42k mi. Loaded. Cren, Aulo, REDUCED 718,890, Ca Mercury 1999 Sable sta- moon roof, leather, 14.000 m.. Chrome 334-677-9008 or 334- lent shape. $3995. 33.1. q,*.q. year ,
334-588-3400 e oon, here w rDanT.tmGtreat corrr. edit.on. Warranly 726-2767. 794-2935
Ford '07 Focus, 22k mi., cond. $4500 FIRM 334- $26,900. Call 334-726- Chevrolet '03 Avalancne 100K m. PD UK Lilt GMC '00 Sierra SLE Ford 05 Explorer \LT.
fac ry wr ykeall the 797-4828 4818;797-5083. rcoableAuto oad ebi63 ,900. Call pExten d CabxG .eAlt C 4 300 BA E 2.bliK mife.TC.LeaPI r "Dn CB 60.
p sk g 3 870w, M u P'2 ardq T a 2 25,9000r at n $11,256 Forxd4 n 50 3 d91 0 4-n.91- 881k mi. *R LE5A E .E 8 I 33e4 92\ dl er 0 ,C o e
serious inq. only, 334- 9500 334-673-0477 Infinity '04 FX 45, 38,000 FOR 536.900 FIRM. Call AM FM, stereo low
Ford '2002' Taurus SE, all 691-7332or685-2269 Ik miles, fully loaded, 334 6846291 Nissan Patht nder 2004 ml 5, new tires, leath-
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Ford 2005 Mustang, V-6 Me udry 5ry e 070 optionddual climate air, Jeep '99 Cherokee Limited. 59.900. 43349 312-4822 Nissan '96' \terra 5.
deluxe edition 28k OBO334-793-2311x237 heate seats, automat- 4x2, 4.0L in-line 6 cyI. or<334)372-2415 black. VS. aule 33k i
INets rem5n gedw ro Mercury Grand Marquis on in h I ti rra rs% leNrir N& Chevy 200 Blazer 4x4 LX, m1.01ea7eb7sosa
$14,250.334-692-5577 1995, runs good, excel. controls, side curtain seats. AM/FM/Cass/CD. 99k mi., 4dr., auto, fully 2000GMCYUKON105K LFl4110
lent condition. $5,000 air bag s, wIndo w Tilt/cruise. 152K mi.New loaded all pwr, white, miles; loaded SLT leath- Sequoia 04", 76,500 NOTICE FOR A
Ford 2006 Taurus SE AT, Neg.. Low miles. Cali shades for back seats, tires Clean!!$3500. 850. new tires, very clean. er, On-Star, sunroof, miles, leather, "sunroof, REGULAR MEETING
AC, great condition, V6 334-718-9617/671-0492 and rear air. $ 23,800 573-1662 $5,900 090. 334-598- DVDPlayerwarranty, dvd, third row. $21,000. On Wednesday, June 18,
all power. Must Sell !! 334-701-8555/334-685. Chevrolet '05 1500 Crew, 9068or477-3325 $9,000334-695-0119 080.334-828-1303 2008, at 10:00 a.m. there
$76 334-684-0552 MI lieCooCr 0 Cn eert 6233 *2 hit AML 2W NiCs anBI c4k, TPitcTupC7uw Chevy 2005 Equinox LS leavemessage TOYOTA '04 Sequoia. Intbe aT urist D elo
Ford '64 Thunderbird, immaculate. $18,000. Volvo 04' V70, 2.5 turbo Dual Zone A/C, cloth, Ford '94 F-250 Ext Cab 7.3 to., 8-cy). 4 WD. 47,000, V6, automatic A/C, only Jeep '05 Grand Cherokee, White, Auto. 2 WD. 74K the Administration Buiding
. 82K ml, 1 owner, $4000. 334-596-2692. wagon, 73k miles, Auto Tow pkg, Alu Whis. Turbo Diegel 2WD Auto Loaded, Like new. Ask- 59K miles. Save on gas automaticA/CCD, mi., CD, leather int. of Jackson County, 2864
Will trade.,Call 334-632- w/manual shift option, $15,950 obo, call 334- Cold Air Nice Truck ing payoff, Call 334-333- sale! $9600 Quality Mo- extra clean, $18,500. Very clean, Great cond* Madison Street, Marianna
8024 dual air dimate control, 774-6869. 193,000 mi 4995.00 334- 0797. tors334-684-2126 334-792-0645. $16,500.334-618-2058- Florida.
Ford '85 Crown Victorian sm oqa seatsdidC 1 Chevrolet '83 Scottsdale 308-9010
LTD, +dr. V-8 auto, 92K ". leatherremai ing 100k True 4 4. 55.500 on Ford 04 050 F 4. Super
mi. new pamt & vin. e..' ** warranty $10,900, 334- 3 '-671-3044 Cab. 6-a.sc CD. 68K me,
top. $1895. 334-687- 701-8555/334-685-6233 516.000. Call 034; 897-
Fl363.'94 Taurus station For 205 F-25.:1 son mules IT TAKES TWO to Find the Right One
wagon Fair cond. $800. -' 8 MD 5 Ask.ng 510.50=:1 Call
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Ford '98 Taurus, 119,000 1928 Model A, 2 door, as .ng $9995 OBO. 334
miles, V6. $2800. Can good cond., located in 190 2364. 334-793-1005
(334)89984481v msg. C Nombugng rie 68 ** cneurolet *06 271 444. Ford 02 F-150 74k ales.
For Sale, Cnevy 94 Corsr- Call(706)569-9921 Crew. 511ser. 31st m.. e.cellent conallion.
ca, exc gas mi.. $1400 Base, PSR, DVO, Enc 4DR. solid wrote rully
080,334-677-6247 1973 CADALLIC Eldorado co r. a warranty loaded 515.000. Call .
Geo '94 Metro, good ored, emikt too iK 3118:10. Call 334 299- 335 983 186
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Honda '05 Civic EX SeP Chevrolet 57 Be Air. 4 Fully leaded. 18 ing. CD, AC, AM FM.
I e, ESd 3Fd00 mi., acaor, n tr 8 pa.net. I 0 0 all 334 677. c.r loft. milees.
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Honda 'OS Civic H brid staring at 514.500. Can "' "'? n5eon 5351.6500. Call
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ca, nia seats. fin ava.I brusn guard 103k me.
Honaa 88 CRK 5-sp 40 Sl?900..John 334-797- 59.000 Call33-1693-
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Nissan 02 Pathfinder SE rard 79 ?100. runs good
HONDA '91 Civic 2dr Loaded a .' options Enc $1200 090 call 850 209- ) g
Loadea. 113k. Sharp Cond. 512.000 334-447- .. Chevy Colorado (as 2614
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1. To piter j (u may complete the entry form below and mail it with a
recen(photo of yptir baby along with your $10 entry fee to the Cutest
Kids contest, C/O Jackson Cognty Floridan, PO. Box 520, Marianna,
FL.,,32447. You may also drop it off at our office at 4403 Constitution
La$ or visit us online at www.jciloridan.com to send a digital photo,
co late an electronic entry form and make your payment.
2 will be accepted fliNugdugell 2008, 5:00 .in.
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Vote for yQUY'favorlte baby for 250 per vote."Totals will be posted
onlineWeekly.
5. Winners will be determined by the total number of votes. There will
be one overall winner whose photo will be published on the front
cover of the calendar and in a special pullout insert in the.calendar.
Twelve additional top winners will be placed, one each, on the 12
months of the 2009 calendar. Remaining top vote recipients with at
least 100 votes will be placed in the daily calendar squares.
6. Kids must be born on or after January 1, 2005.
7. Parents) name, phone numbers and kid's name must be written
on the back of photo.
8. Hard copy photos must be at least 2 inches wide. Digital photos
submitted electronically must be at least 300 dpi to quality.
9. I clude a self-addressed stamped envelope if you would like your
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11. Only one photo entry per baby. Any professional pictures submit-
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12. Winners must participate in a photo session with an assigned
photographer in order to produce a professional quality photo to be
placed in the 2009 Cutest Kids Calendar.

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