Title: Jackson County Floridan
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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: October 13, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
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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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note: "Independent."
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Volume ID: VID00136
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by: Marianna Floridan

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demonstrate what the dog can do.
Toby's trip to the sheriff's
office included a stop at the
Arthur G. Dozier School for
Boys. He had been placed there
,as part of the school's FETCH
program.
Six months ago, Toby was
placed with the Fi-eeport shelter
due to heartworms. He faced pos-
See CANINE, Page SA >


The old Golson Annex and the adjacent Family
Services Center were renamed to reflect their
new common goal. The new name was added
before the start of the school year in August.
The two became the Jackson County Early
Childhood Center. It represents "the beginning of
the education venter in Jackson County," said
administrator Pat Hall. "It's a fresh start with a
more cohesive feel to what we offer."
Children as young as six weeks old and
through the, age of four, along with a few late-
birthday five-year-olds, are served by the center-
It shouldn't be mistakes for anything but a
learning center,,Hall said.
"We're not a baby-sitting service," Hall said.
"There's a lot of high.quality early academics and
preparation, with 31 quality Jackson County per-
sonnel instructing. You'd be amazed at the learn-
ing that goes on there, even at the baby stage. It's
phenomenal. From the moment we get them,
we're preparing them to the point of kinder-
garten."
According to a school board press release
about the center, services are provided to
approximately 180 students. The staff includes
19 teachers and 12 assistants, with additional
support staff providing family support services.
Hall is shooting for school accreditation for the
new entity, just as the other schools in Jackson
.County have already.
Mothers enrolled in the teen parenting program
spend part of their day working with the children
in the center. They spend the rest in a classroom
behind the old Marianna High School agriculture
building.
They go back to the center to pick up their kids
at the end of the day. Previously, they took their.
classroom work in the old family services center,
but that was moved when the merger took place-
"They're getting their high school educations,"
Hall said of the young mothers. "They:need to
focus on their own goals when they're on that
mission. Having them in a separate environment


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To apply, go to www.countryerossing.net.
No more paper applications are being accepted ..
for jobs at Country Crossing,
Local career centers can also lielp applicants. '
Job applicants must be 19 or older and have a
high school diploma or equivalent.

So Robertson -applied for several management
jobs ol\ line. A week ago he got a call about an
interview. He interviewed that day and was hired
that evening. Robertson started his new job Monday
as the gaming director for the bingo pavihon at
Country Crossing.
Karla Daniels, director of Human Resources- for
the Houston Economic Development Association,
the cooperative district established by county ordi-
nance to operate the charitable bingo aspect df
Country Crpssing, haid Robertson's positive atti-
tude and enthusiasm helped land him the job.
And she is looking f8r more people with thatatti-
tude.'
"We are looking for very motivated customer
service people who will support the vision we have
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fun at Dayspring Christian Aca emy's Fal Festival Saturday.
The annual event raises money for the school's scholarship
and building funds as well for school expenses.- Mark
Skinner / Floridan


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STAFF REPORT
Jackson County Sheriff Lou
Roberts wanted to add two
canines to his operations this
year. But the county commission
only approved enough money for
one.
Meanwhile, Toby, ti 3-year-old
golden Labrador, was sitting in a
shelter in Freeport. Toby was
placed there by a Walton County
law enforcement agency after he
developed health problems.


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STAFF REPORT
Marianna resident Willie Earl
Paramore was one of several area
veterans who was on the recent
Wiregrass "honor flight'' to
Washington, D.C.
In World War II, Paramore
served overseas as a corporal
with Company C 11th
Engineer combat battalion.
He had been awake and
active for more than 14 hours
when his plane touched down
in Dothan to finish the flight,
but Paramore said he was ener-
gized and happy. He was inet
by a- crowd of supporters,
including some adtive-duty sol-
diers.
Paramore' said the experience
was exciting. "We wett to
Arlington National Cemetery,"
he said of the honor flight.
"We went to the Tomb of the
Uilknown Soldier and many
more places in Washington.
They treated us like royalty, not
like soldiers. It rekindles the
pride to be an American."


Vetera~n Willie .Earl Paramore talks about the honor' flight to s


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BY DEBBIE INGRAM
MEDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE
DOTIJAN, Ala. Billy Robertson of Madrid is
one of those people who was not quite unemployed,
but could sure use a steady job.
After spending eight years in.the U.S. Air Force,
the Tennessee native landed in Houston County 18
months ago because of family ties. He spent a year
working as a substitute teacher in the county school
system, eventually signing up for graduate school at
Troy University Dothan.
"I tested the job market here, and that's what
made me decide to go back to school," said the 31
year old.
His wife, Nicole, found work right away as a reg-
istered nurse at Southeast Alabamw Medical Center,
but a.second full-time job with benefits would help
the couple who have two small children.
As he passed the Country Crossing development
he started wondering if there were management
opportunities where he could prove himself. He
thissed the structure and camaraderie the military
offered and wondered if arch a family might exist at
this new multi-phase couritry music entertainment
destination under construction south ofDothan.
"I was intrigued with the idea of working there
and thought it would be a great opportunity," he
said. "I felt I had some qualities and assets they
would find appealing."


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SCommunity Calendar


2A Thesday, October 13, 2009 Jackson County Floridan


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for showers and storms.

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($25), JCSO K-9 demos, Nonie's Ark Animal
Encounters, a silent auctlan, food booths
and more. Call 693-0605 to volunteer. *
Alumni- and friends are welcome at the
Old Celitral School Reunion, 10:30 a.m. on
t*he school grounds. Lunch will be between
11:30 a.m. and noon,.fish, hush puppies and
drinks provided. Bring lawn chairs, side
dishes or desserts:
AA has ati open meeting Saturdays 4:30
to 5:30 p.m., at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet
in the AA room.

Octobitr 18 Sunday
The .60th annual family reunion for
.descendants of William and Jane W. Gainer
is.on Econfina Creek in Bay County, off of US
Highway 20. Registration at 10 a.m.; pro-
grams at noon; and lunch is at 12:45 p.m.
Bring lawn chairs and a covered dish to
share; fried mullet, hush puppies served.
Call 482-7685.
I Can Grow inc.-presents Eall Farm Days
through Oct. 31 Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m.
to dusk; and Sunday, 1 p.m. to dusk at
Majestic Oak Farm, 2035 Palmview Road in
Cottondale. Daily: Apple bobbing, orchard
tours (school/church groups welcome).
Weekend: Pedal cart rides, fishing, cider
making demos, barbeque and other vendors,
horse drawn wagon rides ($10; children
under 2 free) and tractor-pulled hay rides
($7; children tinder 2 free). Call 352-4879..
Sneads High School Project Graduation
meets at 2:30 p.m. in the vacant store next
to Family Dollar in McDaniels Shopping
Center.

October 19 Monday
Chipola Chapter, NSQAR meets at Jim's
Buffet & Grill for a Dutch treat luncheon at
11 a.m. .Jesse Earle Bowden, Pensacola
News Journal Editor Emeritus, will present
"Reflections on West Florida History." Before
the meeting Dr. Bowden will sign copies of
his latest Imok, "Chipola Moon Rising." After
the meeting, Blue Springs Society, C.A.R.
will offer Cookies for Cancer for a $1 dona--
tion per package; proceeds go to the Kids
Helping Kids committee. Call 482-7685, or
e-inail footprints@phonI.com.
The monthly meeting of Concerned
American Patriots of Jackson County florida
Mfle. is-at 6 p.m. in the Ag Center on U.S.
Highway 90 West, next to the National Guard
Armory. A screening of "33 Minutes:
Protecting America in the New Missile Age"
will be featured.


The Chipola Regional Workforce
Development Board Career Council meets at '
10 a.m. in the community room of the
Workforce board offices in Marianna. An
Executive Committee meeting follows at 11
a.m. Call 800-382-5164.
The regular meeting of the Jackson
County School Board is at 4 p.m. in the
board room of the JCSB offices. No work-
shop this month due to fall break. Call 482-
1200.
Jackson County NAACP meets at 5:30
p.m. the third Thursday of the month, at
2880 Orange St. (behind Bryant
Enterprises). Call 482-3766 or 569-1294.
Sneads High School Pirate Plunge, a
community-wide homecoming pep rally, is 6
. p.m. in the SHS gym. Meet the homecoming
court and teams from both SHS and GRMS,
see performances by cheerleaders and band
members and more. Admission: $2. -
Alcoholics Anonymous meets Thursdays
for a "closed discussion," 8 to 9 p.m., at the
First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St... Marianna. Meet in, the AA
room. Attendance is limited to persons with
a desire to stop drinking.
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October 16 Friday
Term C classes at Chipola College begin
with late registration 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Term C
Classes meet from Oct. 16-Dec. 16. Call
526-2761, or visit www.chipola.edu.
Sneads High School hosts an alumni
reception for all alumni of SHS, Grand Ridge
High School and Chattahoochee High
School, 9-11 a.m. in the SHS Foyer. 4
Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups .in a safe environment" every
Friday at Evangel Worship Center, 2645
Pebble Hill Road. Dinner at 6 p.m. (free for
first-time guests); meeting.,at 7 p.m:, with
praise and live worship music; testimonies.
and fellowship. Child care available. Call
209-7856 or 573-1131.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Fridays, 8 to 9 p.m., at the First
united Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna. Meet in the AA room. ,
October 17 Saturday
Pet-toberfest, a benefit for the Partners
for Pets Inc. Phil Rotolo Memorial Animal
Shelter, is 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the. Citians
Park Lodge in Marianna. Bring your pets for
pictures with Santa, Owner/Pet Look-alike
Contest, a Pet Parade featuring kids and pets.
in Halloween costumes, ID microopips


October 13.- Tuesday
The William Henry Milton Chapter 1039,
United Daughters of the Confederacy meets,
11 a.m..at Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna;
for a Dutch-treat luncli followed by the ritu-
al, and a program, "Confederate Seal." The
history and heritage group welcomes
females descendants of Confederate veter-
ans to meet the second Tuesday of each
month, September-November and January-
May. Call 663-2570 or 482-3477 for reserva-
ti0ns -
The Republican Club of Northwest
FlOrida meets every second Tuesday of the
month, at noon, at Jim's Buffet and Grill in
IVIarianna. Call 718-5411.
The Optimist Club of Jackson County
board meets every second Tuesday, at noon,
in th6 TSOR COUft Office, Danley Building in
Marianna.
Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
crocheting or knitting classes Tuesdays at 1
, p.m., at the Jackson County Senioi Citizens
center, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call
482-5028.
The Jackson Hospital Board 'of Trustees
Physician Recruitment Committee meets at
5:30 p.m. in the classroom.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Tuesdays, 8 to 9 p.m., at the First
. United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna. Meet in the AA room.
October 14 -.fednesday
Chip018 COllege hosts Senior Day, with
approximately 1,000 seniors from area high
SChools expected. Call 718-2314, or e-mail
johnsonn@chipola;edu.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Wednesdays, noon to 1 p.m., at the
First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
room.

October 15 Thursday
Registration for Term C classes at
Chipola College is 8-a.m. to 6 p.m. Term C
classes meet Oct.,16-Dec. 16. Call.526-
2761, or visit www.chipola.edu.
The Jackson County Development
COUnCil Inc. Offers the technical and educa-
tional workshop, Business Plan
Development 1, 9 a.m. to noon in the Nearing
COUrt Office Building Upstairs Conference
Room, 2840 Jefferson St., Marianna. Cost:
$15 per person, due in advance.
Reservations required; call 526-4005.
Registration closes at 5 p m., two days
before class,


Sheriffs Office list the fol-
lowing incidents for Oct.
10 and 11, the lAtest avail-
able reports: Two aban-
doned vehicles, six alarms,
three agency assists, two
burglaries, one child abuse
report, three civil disputes,
one vandalism complaint,
one dead person, three dis-
abled vehicles, eight distur-
bances, 24 EMS calls, two
fires, three funeral escorts,
one harassment complaint,
two highway/road obstruc-
tions, one information
report, one juvenile com-
plaint, twol larcemes, one
loud noise/music com-
plaint, one miscellaneous
escort, one missing person
found, one
pedestrian/hitchhiker com-
plaint, one prowler/peepyng
tom, one public service


Bonifay, hold for Holmes
County.
-Harvey Merritt, 31,
2775 Cathestral Road,
Tallahassee, grand theft
auto, fleeing and atteinpt-
ing to elude.
-Dorothy Krouse, 56,
125;33 Hauser Road,
Panama City, trespassing in
structure or conveyance,
resister officer without vio-
lence.
-Douglas Merritt, 31,
6063 Wolf Pond Road,
Greenwood, possession of
crack cocaine.
JAIL POPULATION: 234
To report a crime, call
CrimcStoppers at 526-5000.
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).


call, one sex oftense. ----yr a from justice
One shooting m the fg/ F (Alabama).
area, one suicide & I'- -Kelvin Mack, 23,
threat, seven suspi- ME611B GardeniaSt.,
cious incident/per- Panama City Beach,
son/vehicle reports, driving while license
six traffic accidents, 23 suspended/revoked.
traffic stops, one transport, -Thomas Jeter, 30, 4381
one prisoner transport, two Clinton Ave., Marianna,
trespassing complamts, one violation of court order.
VIN verification, two war- .-Marcus Wade, 516, 4205
rant arrests, four reckless Hickory Lane, Marianna,
drivers and one 911 possession of crack
hangup. cocaine, possession of drug
paraphernalia, resisting an
JACKSON COUNTY officer without violence,
CORRECTIONAL disorderly intoxication,
FACILITY corruption by threat against
The following people public servant.
were booked into the coun- -James Weeks, 55, 6701
ty jail during the latest Brushy Pond Road, Grand
reporting period:. Ridge, burglary .of a
-Garen Dickens, 26, dwelling, grand theft.
6665 Fairbanks Fairy -Anthony McGlamery,
Road, Havana, fugitive 33, 1789 Stevenson Road,


MARIANIVA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fof-
lowingincidentsforOct.10
and 11, the latest available
reports: One drunk pedestri-
an, three traffic accidents,
one dead person, one reck-
less driver, three suspicious
persons, four disturbances,
one drug.case, four burglar
alarms, one panic alarm,
one larceny, one vandalism
complaint, two illegally
parked vehicles, one loud
noise/disturbance com-
plaint, one dog complaint,
three agency assists, three
public service calls, one
patrol request, 22 traffic
stops and one 911 hangup.
JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County


WVAKE-UP CALL


High 84o
Low 690

Tomorrow
Stays unsettled with
scattered rain and a
possible storm


High 840
Low 680

. Thursday
Showers likely with an
occasional thunderstorm.


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Publisher Valeria Roberts
vroberts@jcfloridan.com
Managing Editor- Michael Becker
mbecker@jofloridan.com
CirculationManager-Dena0berski
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Chipola in rehearsal

FOr 'MUSical Comedy


MBE e YS of 1940


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Chipola College Thealer is in rehearsal for the upcoming, "Musical Comedy
Murders of 1940." Pictured from left, are Brenna Kneiss of Chipley in the role
of Nikki Crandall, and Aven Pitts of Chipley in the role of Eddie McCuen.
Performances are set for Nov. 5-9. The comed pokes fun at the ridiculous
aspects of show business and the corny thrillers of Hollywood's heyday. The play
contains adult humor which may not be suitable for children. For information,
call Theatre director Charles Sirmon at 850-718-2227, or e-mail
sirmons@chipola.edu. Contributed Photo


Term C registration Oct.15
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN 1101), 4 hours, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
Friday; Introduction to International
Chipola College officials have Business (GEB 3356), 3 hours,
added a new "C" term during the Fall online; Business Internship (GEB
semester to give students another 3940), TBA; Humanities with
opportunity to enroll in Writing (HUM 2216), 4
classes. hours credit, online:
Registration is College Algebra (MAC
Thursday, Oct..15, from 1105), 3 hours, 5:30-
8 a.m: to 6 p.m. Classes 8:30p.m., Monday and
begin Oct. 16 and run Thursday; Math for
through Dec. 16. Late Liberal Arts II (MGF
registration for Term C 1107), 3 hours, 12-1:50
continues on Friday, Oct. p.m., Monday, Tuesday,
16, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Thursday; Business
The following courses will Statistics (QMB 2100), 3 hours,
be offered:. American History to 4-5:50 p.m., Monday. Tuesday, and
1865. (AMH 2010). 3 hours, online, Wednesday; Advanced Reading
Introduction to Biological Science (REA 1205), 2 hours, 12-1:50 p.m.,
(BSC 1005), 3 hours, 12-1:50 p.m., Monday and Wednesday: Orientation
Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday; (SLS 1101), lhour, 6-9 p.m.,
Microcomputer Applications for Wednesday, and Intermediate Spanish
Business and Economics (CGS I (SPN 2220), 4 hours, 2-3:50 p.m.
1100), 3 hours, partially online; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and
Human Growth and Development, Thursday.
(DEP 2004), 3 hours, online; For more information, call 850-
Communications Skills I, (ENC 718-2311, or visit www.chipola.edu.


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their den meeting at the First
Presbyterian Church outside
again this week, to contmue
work on their building proj-
ects. Special guests, skilled
carpenters Billy Nix, Steven
Weeks and Matt'Raylor, pro-
vided safety skills instruc-
tion to the Webelos (nine-
and 10-year-olds) and
demonstrated the proper use
of different power tools.
They helped Scouts measure
wood, cut-it using an electric
saw, smooth it down with a
power sander, and glue dow~
els into the cut, sanded
boards foSrchangingo on
completing their
Landscaping elective
requirements by construct-
ing simple greenhouses. The
sides and tops of cardboard
boxes were cut out, leaving
sturdy frames.
Then, Scouts placed
seedling containers in the
bottom, secured plastic wrap
to the tops and sides with
tape, and poked holes in the
plastic for ventilation.
' The meeting wrapped-up
with cupcakes and soft
drinks a surprise for
Assistant Cub Master Steve
Huttoninhonorofhisbirth-
daFor more information
about Scouting, call Mary
Ann Hutton at 209-2818, or
e-mail cokehut@digital-
exp.com.


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Scouts virith their-com leted hat rack projects include,
bottom row, Chase E ins, Hunter Huiton, Calen Sims
and Noah McArthur; and, top row, carpenter Steven
Weeks, Nick Walker, Liam McDonald, carpenter Billy
Nix, Ryan Mathis, Sean Everitt and carpenter Matt
Toylor. Contributed photo


awarded in addition to other
scholarships or grants; how-
ever, the selection panel will
also consider other funds
available to students through
the Foundation or Financial
Aid Office.
The scholarships will be
available only for the 2009-
10 school year.
The WIRED for
Technology project is being
funded by the U.S.
Department of Labor
through a consortium of pan-
handle colleges in partner-
ship with the University of
West Florida and Florida's
Great Northwest.
For information about the
scholarships at Chipola, con-
tact Gail Hartzog or Pat
Barfield at 850-718-2342 or
e m a i 1
hartzogg@chipola.edu. or
Nancy Burns at 850-526-
2761 or e-mail
burnsn@chipola.edu.


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
College students interested
in computers and informa-
tion technology are encour-
aged to apply by Oct. 22 for
a new scholarship program at
Chipola College.
Chipohi is the recipient of
a $50,000 grant to promote
and fund "WIRED for
Technology" scholarships
for students enrolled in sev-
eral computer-related pro-
grams.
The scholarships were
awarded 13 students during
the fall 2009 semester.
Applications for the spring
2010 semester will be
accepted through October
22.
Scholarships are available
for Associate in Arts degrees
in computer science and
information technology.
A.A. students typically take
classes for two years and


then transfer to a university
to complete the junior and
senior years of a bachelor's.
degree.
Associate in Science
degrees in computer engi-
neering technology, comput-
er information technology,
and networking services
technology are also included
among the eligible programs.
A.Sc. degrees are designed
to prepare students for
careers after taking one to
two years of coursework.
Scholarships are also
aVailable for Workforce
Certificate program in com-
puter systems technology
which can be completed in
as little as one year.
The new scholarships may
fund all or part of costs for
tuition, fees, textbooks -and
software for students in tech-
nology or computer-related
majors or programs of study.
The scholarships may be


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the days when you had to
go to the store on the cor-
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Wausau library located m
the town hall.
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your children, grandchil-
dren or great-grandchil-
dren. .
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a resident of Vernon who
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SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

The Chipola Home
Educators home school stu-
dents enjoyed a field trip on
Oct. 8, as they traveled
together to the Gulf
Specimen Marine Lab in
n families enjoyed
a guided tour of .the lab,
which inchided many dif-
ferent kinds of marifle ani-
mals: sting rays, horseshoe
crabs, turtles, fish,' sea
urchins and sharks.
For more information
about Gulf Specimen
Marine Lab,. visit
www.gulfspecimen.org.
To learn more about
horneesch ling or Chi toslia

www.ChipolaHomeEducat



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SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

The Chipola College
Acade rn ic '
Center for
Ex c e11e nce
wili present
two academ-
ic success
workshopS
O n
Wednesday, Dr.Earl
Oct. 14, at 10 Paul
a.m. and 1 .
p.m. in Jackson Lecture
Hall in the Literature and
Language Building Z.
The 10 a.m. workshop is
entitled, ."So You Want to
be a Leader? What Every
College Student Should
Know." The 1 p.m. work-
sho is entitled
"Lep dership and Ser vice

LeDTing. arl Paul of
Hillsborough Community
College is the guest speaker
FOr both workshops which
Will COver leadership, char-
acter, goal setting add moti-
vation. Dr. Paul als9 will
discuss soft skills like elass-
room etiquette, effective
\ and appropriate e-mails and
phone calls and other basic
skills for the successful col-
lege student. Dr. Paul haS
written a book, "So.You
Want to be a Leader? What
Every College Student
Dr. Paul works in student
affairs and is a faculty
member at Hillsborough
Community College in
Tampa. Atong with his col-
lege career, he is a speaker,
an author arid a radio talk

Dr.PaulearnedaPh.D.in
adult education at the
EDIVCTSity of South Florida.
He also has a bachelor's
degree iti English education
8 MRSter's degree in student
personnel/counseling.
FOr information about the
seminars, call Ex t. 526
2761, Ext. 3247.


4A t 'llesday, October 13, 2009 Jackson County Floridan


www.JCFLORIDAN.com


Tech programs at Chipola


As computer use contin-
ues to grow, so does the
need for individuals who are
educated in areas of comput-
er technology.
Chipola College offers a
computer systems technolo-
Ilmas t am, as
tems technology Associate
in Science degree program.
The NST program is a two-
year degree. The CST pro-
gram is a 1,650 clock-hour
certificate girogram, which
emphasizes hands-on expe-
nlcaesa hpo sthe tukdent
Both programs help to
pave the way to studentS
receiving their Comp TIA Chipola
A+ and Network+ certifica- working
tions, among others. The A+ ar: Josep
certification covers setup and Dean Gil
repair of desktop computers gilead@c
c oT co ee Ne o setup of
co uter networks
mpe of the main goals of the Chipola
program is to prepare students for cer-
tification exams. Dean Giles, the
instructor for these two programs,
choose his text, TestOut's LabSim, for
this reason. The text offers lecture
videos, demonstration videos, lab sim-
ulations, fact sheets and exams. Each
book comes with a DVD so that ste-
dents may pause or rewind at their own


The Chipola Brain Bowl Teams played for the first time
this season in Columbia, S.C., Oct. 2. Chipola A Team
members are, from left, Nathan Hooppell, Ethan
Hewett, Cody Pickens and Drew Padgett. Chipola A fin-
ished 7-5, with a big wm over the University of
Georgia. Mark Skinner / Floridan

Chipola Brain Bowl

debuts with win over UGA


received individual awards.
Dallin Kelson finished fourth
overall and Ethail Hewett
finished twelfth.
Chipola A Team members
e sthTrelle ettCoa
Nathan Hooppell. Chipola B
Team members are: Dallin
K 1son, SDaniel Leden -
He dnon. ep ens an
Stan Young and Dr. Robert
Dunkle coach the two-time
defending state champion
Chipola team.


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Chipola Brain Bowl
Teams played for the first
time this season in
Co mblC aOt a 2.s had
strong showings at the tour-
nament. Chipola A fished
7- with a biG win ove he
finish theo tou nt with
. Only two losses. Chipola B
finished 5-7 in their first
tournament ever.
Two Chipola players


College offers a computer systems technology certificate program and a net-
systems technology Associate m Science degree program. Pictured from left
h Phinney of Blountstown, Zachary Folks of Grand Ridge and mstructor
es. For more information,. contact Dean Giles at (850)71 8-2392 or e-mal
hipola.edu. Mark skinner / Floridan


pace. The LabSim text also offers a
practice certification exam at the end
of the course to prepare students f or the
actual exam. According to instructor
Giles, "Once a student has completed
the program they can pursue jobs in the
technology field.
Many companies need technical
support and as the use of computers in
business grows so is the need f6r infor-
mation technology technicilms.
Certification is a very useful tool when


seeking a job, so Chipola encourages
students to take their certification
exams as soon as they finish the pro-
gram, while the material is fresh and
they have the opportunity to take the
test for a discounted price.
For more formation on this pro-
gram, contact Dean Giles at (850)718-
2392 or e-mail gilesd@chipola.edu.
For financial aid information, phone
850-718-2366, or visit
www.chipola.edu.


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sible euthanization there, Ordinarily, FETCH takes the FETCH program, as the two other states, the alier-
according to Roberts. rescued dogs, training and dog was already trained for iff'soffice's drug detection
Another animal shelter in rehabilitating them to be narcotics detection. dogs are busy. They get
Chipley joined in the effort suitable for adoption. Dogs "We don't normally get a called out three to four
to adopt Toby out, and that are usually placed with the dog of this caliber," he times a day, every day,
is how the dog ended up elderly, and there is no fee 'said. many times on traffic
with FETCH. to adopt them. After spending some stops.
Friends of the Elderly In addition, the inmates tinie with FETCH, officials Toby has already been
Training Companions for at Dozier are trained as vet- at Dozier alerted Roberts to working for about a month,
Homes was created in 1999 urinary technicians. And, Toby's presence, and the according to Roberts. He
at Dozier as a joint pro- the dogs serve as "thera- dog'sskills. joins, Homer,"a black
gram of the Department of peutic" animals for the The sheriff's office Labrador, on the sheriffs
Juvenile Justice and the inmates. checked the dog out and, office's canine duty.
Department of Elderly "I see miracles every day after determining Toby was At the press conference,
Affairs. at my kennel," Sloan said. both trained and good with Toby's handler, deptity Jeff
FETCH vocational "These kids, some of them, people, added him as the Opry, puttlie dog through
instructor Harrison Sloan are very frustrated." But second canine. its paces sniffing out drugs
calls it the "best kept their demeanors change Because several major that had been placed in one
secret".in Jackson County. after spending time with highways including the of four containers for him
"Nobody knows that we the dogs. interstate run through to find. It took Toby less
have a program out there," Sloan said Tolly*was a bit .Jackson County, and than a minute to alert on
he said. of an unusual addition td because the county bordei;s the correct box.


Progrants Continued FromPagelA
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for that just works better." ed. "Also, we have. new curriculum younger children at a facility just for
The center is now one indepei2d- that helps prepare infants through them has teachers and admmistra-
ent school which chn flow all its pre-kindergarten aged children for tors excited about the changes, the
teacher training, programs aild school readiness. Incltision is max- press release stated. .
activities through a School imized with students from Early "There are opportunities for a lot
Irnprovemerit Plan. Headstart pre-school Headstart, of parent contact," said Kim Long,
Jackie Fay Kelly, manager. of voluntary pre-kindergarten, and pre-kindergarten program manager
Early Edtication for Jackson County exceptional .student education for Jackson County Schools.
Schools, also talked about the attending the Early Childhood "Parents are highly encouraged to
advantages to the merger in a news Center. Now we have the voluntary participate with .the Parent Center
release. pre-kindergarten programs included Group as they plan many activities
"Now, we have more space with with our other pre-kindergarten pro- for our students. Our teachers wel-
access to the gym at the old high grams where students can transition come volunteer parents."
school, use of the cafeteria, and a intokindergarten." For more Information, contact
larger outdoor play area." Kelly stat- The more flexible pace for Jackie Fay Kelly at (850) 482-1266.


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Jacksonl County Floridan 'llesdlay, October 13, 2009 A


rn'.i''al"An Vpi'
BY MIKE BAKER Facial-recognition soft-
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER Ware iS 110t entirely new,
but the North Carolina proj-
RALEIGH, N.C. In its ect is the first major step foi
search for fugitives, the FBI the FBI .as it considers
has begun using facial- expanding use of the tech-
recognition technology on nology to find fugitives
millions of motorists, coin- nationwide.
paring driver's license pho- FBI officials have organ-
tos with pictures of convicts ized a panel of authorities
in a high-tech analysis of to study how best to
chin widths and nose sizes. increase use of the soft-
The project in North ware. It will take at least a
Carolnall1a alreadyhel d arItoestablbshostandads

Agents are eager to look for there's no timetable to roll
more criminals and possi- out the program nationally.
bly to expand the effort CalabresesaidAmericans
nationwide. But privacy should be concerned about
advocates worry that the how their driver's licenses
method allows authorities are being used.
to track people who have Licenses ."started as a
done nothing wrong., permission to drive," he
"Everybody's participat- said. "Now you need them
ing, essentially, in a virtual to open a bank account.
lineup by gettmg a driver's You need them to be identi-
license," said Christopher fied everywhere. And sud-
Calabrese, an attorney at denly they're becoming the
the American Civil de facto law enforcement
Liberties Union. database."


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one niece, Lisa Kaplan,
both of Clearmont; his
father- and mother-in-law,
Thomas 8< iBarbara olde

Toole; and sisters-in-law
Tami Toole and Tara
Hatcher, all of Graceville.
Funeral services will be
at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Oct.
14, 2009 at James & Sikes
Maddox Chapel. Burial will
follow in Pinscrest Memo-
rial Gardens with James &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel directing.
The family will receive
friends from 7 to 9 p.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 13 at James &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel.
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Jerry Wayne
Chitwood
Jerry Wayne Chitwood,
48, of Marianna died Satur-
day, Oct. 10, 2009 at his
residence
The family will receive
friends from 6 to 8 p.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 13, at James
& Sikes Funeral Home
Maddox Chapel.
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Ethel B. Hall
Ethel B.,Hall, 92, of
Sneads died Monday, Oct.
12, 2009 at her residence.
She was born in Coffee
County, Ala. and lived most
of her life in Jackson Coun-
ty, where she was.retired
from Florida State Hospital
as. a licensed practical
nurse. She was also a
homemaker and longtime
member of El Bethel As-
sembly of God Church.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Dwaine Hall. Stirvivors in-
clude two sons, Jimmy D.
Hall and wife Barbara, of
Marietta, Ga., and Jud Hall
and wife Nancy of Franklin,
Ga.; two daughters, Paula
Dozier and husband Ron-
ny, of Grand Ridge, and Joy
Walker.& husband Dwaine,
of Panama City; seven
grandchildren and 20
gfeat-grandchildren.
Funeral services are 10
am. Wednesday, Oct. 14 at
El Bethel Assembly of God
Church near Grand Ridge
with the Revs. Jack Howell,
Julio Douglas and Gred
Hall officiating. Burial will
follow in Dykes Cemetery,
with James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel di-
recting.
The family will receive
friends Tuesday from 6 to 8
p.m. at El Bethel Assembly
of God Church, 2503 El Be-
thel Church Road, Grand
Ridge.
Flowers will be accepted,
or memorials may be made
to El Bethel Church Build-
ing Fund.
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Revis Robert "Robby"
Brown, 52, left his cherish-
ed family and a host of
friends to meet his Lord on
Saturday, Oct. 10, 2009 af'
ter a courageous battle
against bone cancer.
Despite his illness, Rob-
.by's positive attitude was
an inspiration to everyone
he met. He updated his
Facebook page regularly to
keep everyone apprised of
his situation, and frequent-
ly posted Bible verses to
demonstrate his faith.
Robby was born in Papa-
ma City, and was pre-
deceased by his loving pa-
rents, Robert and Carol

BrR ly was a 1975 gradu-
ate of Marianna High
School, & attended Chipola
College. He began his ca-
reer as a firefighter/EMT at
Jackson County Fire Res-
cue, find bnefly interrupted
it to relocate to Texas to
work at an oil field. He re-
turned to Marianna and
rejoined JCFR, and eventu-
ally progressed to the rank
of captain. He married his
soulmateKaren(Toole)on
March 16, 1985. In 1990,
Robby and Karen celebrat-
ed the birth of their daugh-
ter Laramie.
In l993, Robbywasselect-
ed to be JCFR chief, a role
he served faithfully for 13
years. Under Robby's lead-
ership, JCFR improved its
facilities and equipment to
a great degree. In 2006,
Robby retired as JCFR chief
and became administrative
chief with Nature Coast
Emergency Medical Serv-
ices in Citrus County-
While serving there, Robby
received the catastrophic
diagnosis that would alter
his life, but he never
wavered in hiffaith, and he
remained upbeat until the
Lord called him honie.
During his'career in pub-
lic service, Robby complet-
ed numerous classes and
courses in emergency me-
dicine, nursing and fire-
fighting. He was full of hu-
morwasanavidgolfersen-
joyed sports, and loved to
travel with his family and
friends. He was a member
of Caverns Road Church of
Christ in Marianna, add at-
tended Pleasant Grove
Road Church of Christ in
Inverness. I .
Robby was preceded m
death by his parents, Judge
Robert Revis Brown Sr. in
1984 and Carol R. Brown in
2009.
He is survived by his
wife, Karen Toole Brown,
of Gi'aceville; his daughter,
Laramie Brown; two sis-
ters, Katie Schardl of Talla-
hassee, and Loan Kaplan;


The facility is also look-
ing for cooks, kitchen staff
and all sorts of restaurant
and service workers.
Wages will be comparable
for the area.
Those who wish to apply
are encouraged to give as
much background as possi-
ble on their on-line
resumes. Grantham said
many people who have
applied and haven't heard
anything may be contacted
iri the pext two weeks. She
notes that those people she
has called are very excited.
"They tell me they are
thrilled," she said. "People
really want to be a part of


and want.to have a career
here," Daniels said. ''We
are in a start-up situation
and there's a lot of room
for job growth."
Daniels and Ronnie
Gilley Properties HR
Director *Michelle
Grantham are sifting
through approximately
1,000 applications. The
development is initially
looking to hire 500 work-
ers, and the clock is ticking
to get them in place. .
"We will be open on
December 1, which means
we will only have about a
month to get these people
in here and get them


trained," said construction
supervisor Mark Sheldon.
"There are a variety of jobs
on the entertainment and
restaurant side. We are ask-
ing people to show us their
worth and come in with a
strong work.ethic and the
right spirit and attitude."
Specific jobs Country
Crossing is having difficul-
ty filling include: two mar-
keting directors with resort
experience; 40 experienced
bartenders; cashiers with
extensive money-handling
duties and possible bankirig
experience; and part-time
workers for concerts and
other special events.


this."
a Robertson calls his hir-
ing experience amazing.
"I never dreamed in my
wildest dreams that I would
get an opportunity like
this," he said. "The allure
of this job for me was the
responsibility. I longed for
a company I could get in at
its infancy and .have this
responsibility to lead."
Country Crossing will be
open seven days a week,
and for the most part bingo
will operate 24 hours a day.
There is a Sunday black-
out period -from 4 a.m. to 1
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PENSACOLA, Fla. -
Prces cutors said Monday .
they -will seek the death
penalty for four of eight
people charged m the
killings of a Panhandle cou-
ple known for adopting
children with autism, Down
syndrome and other special
needs. .
In a brief statement, State
Attorney Bill Eddins said
he had filed notices to seek
death for' the acctised ring
leader, 35-year-old Leonard
Patrick Gonzalez Jr.; 28-
year-old Donnie Ray
Stallworth; 41-year-old
Wayne Thomas Coldiroxi;
and 19-year-old Frederick
Lee Thornton Jr.
All four have pleaded not
guilty to first-degree mur-
der, along with two other
men and a 16-year-old boy.
A woman has pleaded not
guilty to accessory to first-
degree murder,
The men are accused of
shooting and killing Byrd
and Melanie Billings in a
brutal July home invasion at
their sprawling home west
of Pensacola. Nine of their
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BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPoRTs EDITOR
The Chipola Lady Indians swept all three
games of the Columbus Jamboree in
Columbus,.Ga. Saturday in their preseason
debut.
Chipola faced off against Tech in the opening game, and overcame a
15-12 halftinxe deficit for a 36-30 victory.
The Lady Indians defeated Middle Georgia
46-28 in their second game, then finished the
day with an easy rout of Albany Tech 56-11.
The Chipola women have never, played
against live competition this early into fall
practice. But coach David Lane said he was
satisfied with what he saw.
"For where we are, I was happy," the coach
said. "We had a pretty good defensive effort
for the most part.
"We're still not in great shape, still not con
sistent with it,-but we showed a good under-
standing of what we're trying to do. Now, it's
just a matter of getting more reps and trying
to execute it."
Lane a said South Georgia Tech was the
most formidable team his squad played
Saturday, with a late arrival to the gym mak-
ing it an even'bigger challenge for the Lady
Indians,
"We ended tip getting to the gym about five
minutes before the start, so just getting loose
was our biggest thing," the coach said. "What
was good was that we had a good defensive
effort from the start.
"They're a pretty good team. They've got a
couple of Division Fkids on their team, and
(South Georgia Tech coach) Brandon Harrell
does a really good job with them. Ed be
shocked if they don't make it to the national
tourney out of Georgia." -
Lane said the smaller court the teams
played on proved to be beneficial to his team.
"That plays right into our hands," the coach
said. "We're pretty tough out there because
the pressure we put on people forces some
bad shots and turnovers. We were pretty solid
with that.
"What we didn't do a-great job of all day
was boxing out and finishing.the possession
with a rebound. That's something \ve really
have to focus on. Middle Georgia got a bunch
of offensive rebounds, and they're not nearly
as athletic as the teams we'll play in
Panhandle Conference."
This year's Lady Indians are more guard-
oriented than last year's team, which basted
. a big and deep frontcourt.
Lane said.that means his team must takea
more aggressive approach to rebounding .


Soccer action


Chipola's.Lindsey Carr (22) defends a teammate duririg a recent Lady Indians practice in


"We just be casual going for rebounds," the coach
said. "We have to work hard to rebound and
'box people put.
"But one of the things we knew was going
to be a strength coming in was our quickness
and speed. We were able to really use that
(Saturday) and it showed."
The Lady Indians made quick work of
Albany Tech, a first-year program, in their
final game of the day. .
Still, Lane said it was valuable court expe-
rience for a Chipola team that features 11 new
players.


"We were nots worried about the score, we
were working to develop good habits," the
coach said. "That's what we're doing early in
the season. We want to make sure we're doing
what we need to be doing.
"We did a good job defensively of being
solid, but we've got to get better offensively,
That has always been the story with us. If we
can get the defensive stuff down, the offense
will come along "
Chipola will pl'ay in another preseason jam-
boree Oct. 24 in Tallahassee before opening
the season Nov, 2 in Jacksonville against
FCCJ.


By SHELIA MADIfR
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
Soccer action continued last
week at O timist Park with teams
in all leagues competing for a
chance at a city championship.
In Semor League. action.on'
Monday, it was the Mutiny taking
the 3-1 win.
The Mutiny's first goal paine
on a steal by Michael Mader n ith
a pass to Josh Walkms. -
Warlans passed to Caleb
Corbm who made the shot from
the center of the field to make it a
1-0 game. Curt Stephens look
advantage of a blocked shot from
goalie Nick Harris to notch a.goal
from the box area.
The final Mutiny goal came on
a shot b\ Paul Gochenaur to the
right side of the box. The
Galary's loan goal came from
Preston Skipper to avoid the
shutour. On Tuesday night, the
Galaxy and the usuing ATalone
Tigers played to a scoreless tie.
On Thursday night, the Sneads
Stineers and the Galaxy did the
same.
In the Junior League, the
Warriors took a 1-0 victory ovef-
the Bullets on Monday night.
The Ballets picked up a 1-0
win on Thursday night over the


Uruled Gold.
In the Pee-Wele League on
-Monday, Daysprings defeated
Galaxy 2-1, while the Rapids
shut out tlie Fire 2-0.
On Tuesday, it was Dayspnngs
I with a 4-4 victory over the Fire'
and the Lizards winning 9-1 over
the Scorpions'
It was the Bulldogs winning 4-
3 over the Crew and the Stonn
picking up a 2-0 w in over the
Giants. Thursday evening
brought a .2-1 Sharks over
Daysprings I win, and the Crew
defeating the Fire --0.
Daysprings 11 shut out the
Bulldogs 1-0. while the Storin
picked up a 3-0 shutour of the
Galaxy.
In Midgeq League action
Monday, it was the Extreme tak-
ing a..6-1 win oler the Rockets
and\the Mystles tying 2-2 ulth
the Pantherwffhe Raptors posted
a 1-0 shulour over the
Thunderbolts and Wolves
escaped with a 3-2 win ovei-
Daysprings.
On Thursday, Daysprings
picked up a 4-0 win over the
Raptors, and the Extreme won 3-
1 over the Wolves.
The Thunderbolts outscored
the Panthers 6-1, with: the
Mystics hangig the Rockets a 3.


A group of kids play~ soccer in a recent game at Optimjst Park. -


1 loss. The Tidy Mites League
took the field Monday with the
Tigers, narrowly defeating the
Knights 1-4. On Tqesday, the
Tigers outscored the Pythons 7-3,
and the Lizards took a 9-1 victo-
ry over the Scorpions.
. .It was Daysprihgs 14-2 over
the blud Dogs, while, the Cobras -


defeated the Transformers 10-2.
In Thursday night action, it
was the Lizards.shutting out the
Mud Dogs 10-0, and the Tigers
doing the same to the
Transformers 7-0.
The 'Cobras and. the Scorpions
tied 7-7, but the Knights man-
aged to outlast the Dragons 5-4.


FL ISAH IoAR sAo NT.

It wasil't in the cards
Thursday night for the
Marianna High School
Lady Bulldogs volleyball
team as they fell to
Arnold in four games.
Marianna lost game one
25-23 after leading for
the majority of the game.
Tied 11-11, the Lady
Bulldogs moved to a 13-
11 lead behind the serve
of Tiffany Lawrence.
Michelle Bassin made
it a 19-16 lead with Alex
Sanchez pushing it to 22-
17.
Sanchez was helped out
at the serve line by an
spectacular kill by
Sharhae Williams.
The lend wasn't


ghM li e.cAnti
back in to take the.win.
:Arnold took the lead
early in game two, but the
Lady Billldogs tied it 12-
12.
Errors plagued the
Lady Bulldogs early, but
miscues by Arnold
allowed Marianna to stay
in the game.
In the end, it was
Marianna who came up '
with a 25-23 win-
Game three was a 25-18
win for Arnold, and the
Lady Bulldogs ran out of
gas in the final game, los-
Ing 25-13.
Mal;ianna will take its
game on the road Monday
when, they travel to
Bonifay to take on the
Lady Bhie Devils.


third-quatter points with Rouhlac
anSWering with three to make it a
15-10 game after three quarters.
Grand Ridge exploded fo'r 14
points to take the 29-18 win.
Chastity McGriff led the Lady
Indians with 11 points, followed
closely by Logan Neel with nine
points.
Yakisha Owens was yn the board
with five.
The win give the Indians an 8-3
record.through the regular season.
Grand Ridge was scheduled to
travel to Bonifay Monday to to
take on Rouhlac in the Tri-County
Tournament.
Results of that game were not
available at press time.
A report of the game can be
found in the Wednesday edition of
The Floridan.


BlSHELIAMADER
FLORIDAN COURE fa taE*ENT

The Grand Ridge Lady -Indians
girls basketball team finished their
regular season Thursday with a 29-
18 win over the Chipley Rouhlac
Lady Tigers.,
In. the fii-st quarter, the offense
for both teams was sluggish.
The Lady Indians managed only
four points, while their defense
held Rouhlac to just one point.
The Lady Tigers jump-started
their offense in the second quarter
with six points, but again Grand
Ridge was held to four points to
take a slim one-point lead into the
halftime break at 8-7. '
The Lady Indians took the court
with an added bounce to their steps
in the second half, putting up seven
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Recreation Football
Marianna Recreation
Department will offer two
tackle football leagues and one
boys' flag football league, and
will offer girls the opportunity
to play flag football.
Registration for ages 6-13 will
run through Oct. 23 from 8
a.m. to 4 p.m. at The Marianna
Educational and Recreational,
Expo (MERE) located at 3625
Caverns Rd. in Marianna. The
registration fee for flag foot-
ball is $30 for those who live
inside the city limits of
Marianna, and $45 for those
who don't. The fee is $45 for
tackle leagues for Marianna
residents and $60. for those
outside the city. The fee must
be paid with a check or money
order. No cash will be accept-
ed.
Special registration will be
held at the MERE from 4 p.m.
to 7 p.m. on Oct. 19 and Oct.
22. All participants must bring
a copy of their birth certificate.
The age of .alf participants on
Nov. 1 of the current year will
be the player's age for the
entire season.
Anyone interested in coach-
ing or officiating youth foot-
ball please contact the
Marianna Recreation
'Department at 850-482-6228
or come by during registration.
Pirate Plunge
The annizal Sneads High
School Pirate Pltinge, a com-
munity-wide homecoming pep
rally, will be held on Thursday
at 6 p.m. in the SHS gym.,
Everyone is invited to come
out, meet the 2009 homecom-
ing court along with the teams
from both SHS and GRMS,
see performances by cheer-
leaders and band members and
more. Admission is $2.
Men's Flag Football
Marianna Recreation
Department will offer Men's
i-on-7 Flag Football League.
Teams may sign up at The

,""gd5 eo
Alarianna. The registration fee
of $350 is due before the first
contest. The league will play a
10-game schedule with play
starting in November; There
will be a managers/organiza-
lional meeting on Qct. 29 at 6
p.m. at the MERE Complex.
For more info, please contact
the Al ERE at 850-482-6228.
Girl Scouts Fall Product
Sale
The Girl Scout Council of
the Florida Panhandle's
(GSCFP) annual Fall Product
sale is now underway. Girl
Scouts from across the 19
counues of the Panhandle are
taking preorders through Oct.
12; delicious nuts and candy
products are available for pur-
chase through Nov. 13.
TheFallProductprogramis
an important part of Girl
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