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JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
A bizarre accident sent
a Tennessee woman to a
local hospital by AirHeart
Wednesday morning.
Witnesses said a six-
point buck leaped across
State 77 just north of
Clayton Road.
Anne Wade of Chipley
was headed north in a
2004 Ford Ranger and
could not avoid the ani-
mal and clipped it, send-
ing it flying "all of 20 feet
in the air," according to
an eyewitness.
Neither Wade or her
passenger, Katrina
Williams of Fountain,
were injured.
The deer landed
directly on the windshield
of an SUV driven by
Donald McIntire of
Memphis, Tenn. McEn-
tyre suffered only minor
physical injuries.
His wife, Paula, was
transported_ to Bay Med-
ical Center by AirHeart
helicopter in critical con-
dition, according to the
Florida Highway Patrol.
Washington County
EMS, Chipley and
Wausau fire departments,
and Washington County
Sheriff's Office were on
the scene.


Photos by Jay Felsberg / WCN


ABOVE: The
deer went
completely
through the
front window
of this SUV.
BELOW:
AirHeart lifted
the wreck
victim to a -
local hospital.


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Courtesy of FSU-Panama City
An artist sketch of the $32 million, 105,000-square-foot academic center at Florida State University-
Panama City. The project should be complete in September.

FSU-PC provides service to Panhandle


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
With the reduction in the number
of new college students that was
mandated by the Florida Legisla-
ture, "going local" looks like a good
opportunity to earn a college
degree.
Dr. George DePuy, dean of
Florida State University-Panama
City, was guest speaker Thursday at
the Washington County Chamber of
Commerce's monthly breakfast and


described the growing college.
FSU opened a Panama City oper-
ation in 1982, and a campus was
dedicated in 1986. FSU-PC has
nearly 5,000 alumni and that num-
ber will increase, DePuy said.
The legislature is limiting the
number of incoming students to cut
costs at state colleges, but FSU-PC
will not suffer those restrictions.
"We' applied and got the restric-
tions removed," DePuy said.
"When we have to turn away any
local people we don't like it any
more than they do."


Those local students tend to stay
in the area, with 83 percent of the
alumni staying in the Panhandle.
That includes 280 from Holmes,
Washington and Jackson counties.
The college offers instruction to
juniors and seniors (a student must
have two years of college before
entering FSU-PC) for bachelor's
degrees, as well as master's degrees.
There are currently 94 students on
campus from Holmes, Washington
and Jackson counties.
See FSU-PC, page 2


Studies

may be

evolving

State board vote
could open door in
classrooms for
alternative theories
of the origin of life
JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
The State Board of Edu-
cation voted 4 to 3 Tuesday
to change the wording in the
Sunshine State Standards
for Science to "scientific the-
ory" of evolution, thus open-
ing the door to studying
alternative theories of the
origin of life in Florida
public school classrooms.
Washington County News
and Holmes County Times-
Advertiser columnist Tim
Hall was on hand at the
hearing in Tallahassee. He
said that 10 representatives
of both sides of the issue
were chosen to speak. "The
Board debated the issue for
about an hour before they
put it to a vote," Hall said.
"Both sides seemed to
have left the room unhappy
as Commissioner Eric J.
Smith and Mary Jane
See STUDIES, page 2


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2 Saturday, February 23, 2008 Washington County News


Walker to run for Washington sheriff


CHIPLEY Mike Walker
announces his candidacy for sheriff of
Washington County.
Walker has lived in Washington
County for 14 years with his wife of 23
years Kathy and four children, Ann,
Michael Jr, Alan and Gabby. They are
members of Turning Point Church of
Chipley.
Walker has been in the Army
Reserve for 21 years (17 in a leadership
role) and is a master sergeant. Walker
has owned and operated a construction
company, Southern Style Stucco, for 10
years. Walker has been a certified law
enforcement officer for 11 years and
was with the Washington County Sher-
iff's Office for six years and 10 months,

2003
5 years ago
Fisheries biologists offered
anglers who caught a tagged
fish from Deer Point Lake a
specially designed T-shirt for
clipping the tag and releasing
the fish.
Washington County Recy- ingQue
cling Center planned to hold Tiffan
Hazardous Wastes Amnesty 1,000-p
Day in April. eighth in
Edwin Charles Glover of itte Fa
Vernon showed the Reserve state Fa
Grand Champion bull at lshowma
Florida State Fair. An animal interm
intermec
owned by Erica Sewell cap-
tured the prize for Reserve 1993
Grand Champion female. 15 year
Hinson Crossroads VFD Spell
presented a plaque to Sen. SpellS
Durell Peaden for his help in School
building the new fire station Jessica
and community center. The (
1998 sideredr
10 years ago mayor's
Waste Management of Michi
Bay County bid $6.75 a crowned
month for taking over Chip- School. I
ley's sanitation work. Valerie
Zena Riley, a Holmes Amber]
County High School senior, Huey
was crowned 1998 Basketball Police D
Sweetheart Queen. named (
Vernon improved its scor- Employ
ing average over the previous Kerm
year from 91.1 points per sea- picked a
son to 202 for the year, ter.
according to an announce-
ment at the athletic banquet. 1988
Chuki Kent of Chipleywas 20 year
crowned Chipola Homecom- Scout


STUDIES
Continued from page 1

Tappen, who was commissioned to
work with the writers of the Stan-
dards as the organizer, presented a
second option just before the
Board would vote.
The second option basically
added four words to Big Idea 15.
The words 'The Scientific Theory
of' were placed in front of the
word 'Evolution.' After much
debate the second option was
approved," Hall said.
"I came away pleased," Hall
said. Hall is the former pastor of
Blue Springs Baptist Church in
Washington County and is cur-
rently the pastor of Gully Springs
Baptist Church in Holmes County.
Washington County School
Board Chairman Vann Brock was
pleased with the vote.


including three-and-a-half years as a
school resource officer and DARE offi-
cer.
"I bring law
enforcement, business
and leadership experi-
ence thus making me
a multi-dimensional
sheriff," Walker said
in a news release.
'After speaking with
members of the com-
munity, I understand
your concerns and Mike Walker
agree with them 100
percent.
"We need to aggressively attack the
drug problem in our community. We


en.
ny Parker owned a
found steer that placed
i its class at Florida
ir in Tampa. She also
fourth in intermediate
nship and seventh in
diate grooming.

s ago
ng Bee winners at
nith Elementary
vere David Wilson,
Morris and Jill Foy.
ity of Chipley con-
plans to abolish the
position.
elle Boname was
1 Miss Chipley High
Runners-up were
Lovett and Lee-
Miles.
Nance of Chipley
departmentt was
Chipley City
ee of the Year.
Lan Wright was
s Chipley Postmas-


rs ago
a Troop 39 spent a


weekend at the U.S. Naval
Air Station in Pensacola.
They stayed in the bachelor
men's quarters.
A four-mile run and
20-mile bike race was
planned for the John A.
Centron Memorial
Scholarship Biathlon in
Sunny Hills.
The Washington County
Melon Cooperative was
formed to help growers
obtain a better market for
their crops.
Chipley Kiwanis Club
invested $10,000 in the Life
Alert program which
allowed elderly clients to
alert friends or service
agencies when an emergency
occurred at their home.

1978
30 years ago
Four men were being
sought in. the theft of 200
head of cattle and a tractor
in Jackson County.
Bobby and Lynn
Walsingham of Wausau
announced the birth of twin
girls, Robin Gayle and
Rachel Michelle.


"We're happy from our stand-
point that the debate is alive and
well," Brock said Thursday.
"We're glad that the state will rec-
ognize that evolution is just a the-
ory, not a concrete set of facts."
The Washington County Board
recently unanimously passed and
sent a resolution
similar to that
from Holmes
SCounty asking
that evolution
S only be recog-
,- Inized as a theory.
"It should be
taught as theory,
because that's
what it is," said
Vann Brock Washington
County School
Board member
Wayne Saunders Thursday.
The Holmes County School
Board unanimously passed a reso-
lution in support of such action at
an earlier meeting.. Bbard mem-


need to set up programs for our chil-
dren, to be involved with them and to
help guide them.
"Deputies need to patrol the back
roads as well as the main roads. All con-
cerns and cares need to be handled with
the same respect, no matter if it's minor
or major. Everyone will be treated
equally.
"It is time that the sheriff's depart-
ment, the community and the police
department come together as one to
make this community a better place to
raise our families. This is not a Republi-
can or Democratic issue, this is a com-
munity issue. This is not a 'me issue,' but
a 'we issue,' therefore making me avail-
able to everyone at all times."


Ri McGlammery of
Chipley received a trainee-
research grant to study at
Statens' Tecknologiske
Institute in Olso, Norway.

1963
45 years ago
Mr. Raymond Ashe,
George Cleveland, Mike
Suggs and Freddie Strickland
of Boy Scout Troop 39
traveled with members of the
. police department during
Troop's take over of'Chipley
City Government for a day.
Flora Mitchell of Quincy
was a guest of her sister and
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
CA Rountree.
Mrs. WG. Godfrey and
daughter, Nan, met in Ocala
for a visit. The younger
woman was a member of the
Palm Beach school system.

1908
100 years ago
C.C. Carter, who was
transacting business in
Wausau, told friends he felt
the loss of cattle from winter
exposure was going to be
heavy.


bers and Superintendent Steve
Griffin appeared to be well
pleased with the state board's
actions, which were subject of dis-
cussion Tuesday night at the school
central office in Bonifay.
"I'm pleased that they changed
it," said Board member Gary
Scott. Scott noted the gradual
changes in curriculum regarding
evolution, and was pleased that the
state board listened to the public.
"I'm pleased that through the
actions of citizens throughout
Florida that evolution will be-
treated as a theory," Scott said,
noting that textbooks would not
treat evolution as the only answer
for the emergence of species.
"I commend the superintendent
and my fellow Board members for
their efforts," said Board Chair-
man Vernon Lewis.
"I want to thank all those who
went to the Web sites and made
comments," said Board Member
Ricky Callahan.


Dr. George DePuy, dean of
Florida State University- fR, *
Panama City, was guest
speaker Thursday at the
Washington County Cham-
ber of Commerce's monthly
breakfast and described the
growing college.

F ICr honor of the St. Joe Com-
U pany and the Allen G. Bense
Atrium. "When he was
Continued from page 1 speaker of the house he
found the last $8 million we
needed, so it was only
The lifting of restrictions proper that we honor him,"
should mean more local stu- DePuy said.
dents on campus, and that Other expansion plans
campus is undergoing major include eventual develop-
changes as a $32 million, ment of 40 acres in Lynn
105,000-square-foot aca- Haven with another 160
demic center is nearing com- acres developed privately -
pletion. for companies doing
"It will be three buildings," research, principally in
DePuy said, and before con- marine sciences.
struction began on the new, Ray Hodges of Chipley is
airport it was probably the an FSU-PC success story.
biggest construction project Married with two children
in Bay County." The building and 12 years in engineering,
will be next to the water and Hodges said he could only
will provide "a breathtaking dream of ever earning an
view," according to DePuy. engineering degree. Then he
Ground was broken on Jan. found out about FSU-PC.
17, 2007, and the project Holding up the FSU-PC
should be complete by brochure, Hodges said to,
September. "Picture yourself, here."
The new three-building Hodges discovered that he
complex includes an electri- only needed to go to college
cal engineering building, two days a week. "I could
including an electronic work and go to school,
library. Nearby Gulf Coast which I couldn't do at other
Community College houses colleges," he said. 'And by
the print engineering library, the power of God I will
and the electronic library graduate on April 27 with a
would be part of the new civil engineering degree."
complex. There would also 'About half our students
be a civil engineering lab are in the 20s, while the
complex with theater-type other half are spread out
classrooms and an like Ray," DePuy said. "We
amphitheater. Road access offer classes in day and
would also be improved, evening, and that schedule
The complex would also be makes a commute doable."
the site for underwater He said there are many stu-
crime scene instruction and dents that transfer, from
other classes. Gulf Coast and Chipola col-
"It would be the new cen- leges, and many students are
ter of the campus and would from outlying counties.
more than double the For more information
amount of space," DePuy about FSU-PC, go to
*said. www.pc.fsu.edu or call toll
The complex feature a free at 1-(866)-MyFSUPC
community room named in or 1-(850)-770-2160.


"We did what we felt was right,"
Griffin said. "Evolution will now
be presented as a theory."
Bay County School Board
Chairwoman Donna Allen went to
Tallahassee to represent the super-
intendent and the School Board,
minus Ginger Littleton, who
declined to sign
the resolution at
last week's meet- "''
ing.
"I stood with .
(state rep) Marti |
Coley and we
both spoke in
support of the
change," said
Allen. "Friday
was the last day. Wayne
that the board Saunders
would take input
and our resolution did arrive in
time and did make a difference.
"The new Education Cdmmis-
sioner (Eric J. Smith) said he
enjoyed the engagement of the


School Boards and letting him
know our opinions," said Allen.
"I'm really excited. Now, we'll be
able to talk theory not dogmatic
fact."
Added to the Sunshine State
Science Standards were phrases
such as the Law of Gravity, the
Law of Conservation of Energy
and Mass, the Scientific Theory of
Atoms, the Scientific Theory of
Plate Tectonics, the Scientific The-
ory of Cells and the one that
sparked controversy: the Scientific
Theory to evolution of the Earth.
Florida Freedom Newswire
contributed to this article.
Comment on this story
online at
www.chipleypaper.com. Just
scroll to the bottom of the
story.
Read Tim Hall's comments
under Local Views online or in
Wednesday's Washington
County News.


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Washington County News Saturday, February 23, 2008 3


School district

receives grant

from State Farm


CHIPLEY That
Washington County
School District has been
awarded the State Farm
Youth Advisory Service
Learning Grant. The
grant will provide state-
of-the-art learning oppor-
tunities for students from
Chipley High School and
Washington-Holmes
Technical Center.
The proposal includes:
Providing interdisci-
plinary education on the
production and benefits
of biodiesel fuel on the
environment, energy
security, and our econ-
* omy.
Providing students
with hands-on learning
activities including the
propagation of various
plants; extracting and pro-
cessing seed oils using
pressers, extruders, reac-
tors, centrifuges and fil-
ters and mixing the fuel
for use in two school
vehicles.
Presenting a promo-
tions/advocacy campaign
to inform the other stu-
:dents, citizens, farmers,
and local government
agencies about the critical
,need to decrease the use


The grant
presentation will
take place at
Washington-
Holmes Technical
Center campus
in Chipley at
Patillo's
Restaurant on
Monday, Feb. 25
at 10:30 a.m.


of foreign oil, reduce pol-
lution, promote economic
growth and become more
informed about the prom-
ise of renewable energy
fuels.
The grant award pres-
ent will take place at
Washington-Holmes
Technical Center campus
in Chipley at Patillo's
Restaurant on Monday,
Feb. 25 at 10:30 a.m.
This is also State
Farm's National Good
Citizenship Day. For
information, call
Stephanie Halley, Mar-
keting & Grants Coordi-
nator Washington-'
Holmes Technical Center
at 638-1180, Ext. 303.


Contributed photo
The fall 2007 Lassos and Hairbows sale broke an all-time sales record with over $8,000 in sales.


Sale draws sellers, buyers

Lassos and Hairbows Kids Consignment Sale benefits CJWC


CHIPLEY Moms can make
money and get great deals at the
fall Chipley Junior Woman's
Club Lassos and Hairbows Kids
Consignment Sale to be held
Saturday, March 8 from 8 a.m. to
2 p.m. at the Chipley Agriculture
Center.
According to Holli Chastain,
event chair, participating is much
easier than a garage sale and
more profitable than a consign-
ment shop.
"Sellers simply select the items
to sell, bring them to Lassos and
Hairbows on the drop-off day,
and organizers will sell them,"
Chastain said.
Sellers will earn 65 percent of
the profit with little work on their
part. In addition, proceeds will go
back to the community through


the work of the CJWC. Only fall
and winter clothes will be
accepted to provide a good selec-
tion for the winter months.
Sales for the last event totaled
over $8,500 with consigners tak-
ing home over $5,500 in profits.
Consignors and volunteers will
receive passes to the exclusive
pre-sale on Friday, March 7 and
will have the first opportunity to
shop. Complete information
about the sale is in the Seller's
Packet available at Community
South Credit Union, Panhandle
Family Medicine, or on-line at
www.lassosandhairbows.com.
Those interested, contact Ayshia
Hatcher at 638-4555 or Holli
Chastain at 326-1577 for a con-
signor number to sell, to volun-
teer or for general information.


Contributed photo
Baby gear and kid's furniture are some of the
sale's most popular items.


UontrinuteO photos
ABOVE'- 6ulhac Mid'dle School wonr its first game at the newly improved field
10-0. BELOW: The Tigers softball players stand in the freshly painted dugout.

Roulhac splits opener
CHIPLEY The Roul-
hac Middle School softball
team had its home opening
games on its newly
improved field Tuesday
evening, facing Bonifay
Middle School in a double-
header.
The Tigers shut out the
Devils in the first game, .
10-0, but lost the second ..-a
game 8-3.
Recent improvements to
the RMS' field include.
new lights, painted dugouts,.
and concrete paving.









Annual review of business and
community progress for

Holmes and Washington Counties.

Horizons 2008 explores the changing face of these
two counties as they tackle growth issues including
jobs, housing and qualityoflife

Published in both the
Washington County News
and
Holmes County Times-Advertiser
Wednesday, March 12 }
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A SHERIFF SHOULD BE
/ RELIABLE / DEPENDABLE
/ ACCESSIBLE / HONEST
/ FAIR
I would like to take this opportunity to announce my candi-
dacy for sheriff of Washington County.
I have lived in Washington County for 14 years with my
wife of 23 years, Kathy, and four children, Ann, Michael Jr,
SAlan and Gabby. We arp members of Turning Point Church
of Chipley. I have been in the Army Reserve for 21 years and
have earned the rank of Master Sergeant. Seventeen of those
years in a leadership role. I own and operate a construction company (Southern Style Stucco)
which I have run successfully for 10 years. I have been a certified law enforcement officer for
11 years. I was with Washington County for 6 yrs and 10 mo., 3 1/2 years as a school resource
officer and DARE officer.
I bring law enforcement, business and leadership experience thus making me a multi-dimen-
sional Sheriff. After speaking with members of the community, I understand your concerns and
agree with them 100%. We need to aggressively attack the drug problem in our community. We
need to set up programs for our children, to be involved with them and to help guide them.
Deputies need to patrol the back roads as well as the main roads. All concerns and cares
need to be handled with the same respect, no matter if it's minor or major. Everyone will be
treated equally. It is time that the sheriff's department, the community and the police depart-
ment come together as one to make this community a better place to raise our families. This is
not a republican or democratic issue, this is a community issue. "This is not a me issue, but a
WE ISSUE" therefore making me available to everyone at all times. For me to be successful as
your sheriff, the community has to be in- olved Together we can and will make a difference.
Thank you.
Vote Mike Walker For 2716B Alton Lane
Sheriff of Washington County. Chipley, Fl 32428
Sheriff of Washington County. 638-3057 258-8146
Political advertisement paid for and approved by Mike Walker, Republican for Sheriff


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4 Saturday, February 23, 2008 0 Washington County News



Kiwanis Club checks out Library programs


CHIPLEY During the
regular weekly meeting on
Tuesday, Feb. 19, the Kiwa-
nis Club of Chipley hosted a
presentation by Zedra
Hawkins, Children's Librar-
ian, for the Washington
County Public Library.
The programs for the
youth of Washington
County cover all age groups
from toddlers to teenagers
and are designed to inspire
people to seek information
from a variety of sources. .
The mission of the Wash-
ington County Public
Library is to provide free
access to library materials
and programs. To assist all
citizens in meeting their
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Vernon

students

honored

Eleven Vernon High
School students competed
on Friday, Feb. 15, at the
Chipola College 18th
annual Throssell Literature/
Language Festival.
Thirteen schools were rep-
resented, and a first, second,
third, and two honorable
mentions, were awarded in
each category.
Four VHS students
walked away with five tro-
phies. In the Spanish con-
test, junior Ian Smith won an
honorable mention.
For the Oral Interpreta-
tion contest, VHS senior
and "future Broadway star"
Austin Pettis earned an hon-
orable mention.
Vernon senior Brock
Burch brought home two
trophies an honorable
mention in Writing and sec-
ond place in Humanities.
Not to be outdone, VHS
senior Morgan Stumpff won
the first-place trophy in
Humanities. Unofficially,
Bryan Craven of Chipola,
while taking the group's
photo, announced that they
won the "best hair"
category.
Because junior Jamez
Deleo did an outstanding
job in the Oral Interpreta-
tion competition, English
teacher Donna Keith
presented him with the
"honorable unmentionable
award" a rose purchased
especially for him!


and life-long learning needs
through books and other
services.
In conjunction with a
slide presentation that
included pictures of various
age groups participating in
library sponsored events,
"Mrs. Zedra (as she's known
on her library blog)" dis-
cussed the preschool pro-
grams such as "Storytime"
where the kids are exposed
to a variety of experiences
that include socializing with
others in their age group,
interacting with older peo-
ple, and using some of the
basic services offered by the
library.
Older groups are intro-
duced to age-appropriate


Contributed photo
Tommy Smith, left, and Darrin Wall, right, welcome new
member Greg Hutching to the Kiwanis Club of Chipley.
reading, use of computers, Internet security and safe
newspapers, and research procedures are always
materials and techniques to, stressed for every partici-
use the resources available pant.
through the library system. The library Web site,


www.swplfl.com, offers a
variety of links so that many
of the library's diverse serv-
ices can be accessed without
travelling to the library
building. Also, summer
reading programs are
offered in several communi-
ties, as well as the bookmo-
bile.
Library buildings are
located in Chipley, Vernon,
Wausau, Caryville, and
Country Oaks. Hours for
Caryville and Country Oaks
vary and can be checked by
calling 638-1314/ or calling
the branch phones listed on
the Web site. There is much
more to libraries than just
borrowing books, and the
library system sponsors


English
teacher Donna
Keith, Morgan
Stumpff (first
place,
Humanities),
English Intern
Heather
Watkins, Austin
Pettis
.(honorable
mention, Oral
Interpretation),
Jamez Deleo,
lan Smith
(honorable
mention,
Spanish),
English
teacher Sally
Bush, Brock
Burch
(honorable
mention,
Writing;
second place,
Humanities).


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EMO suggests additions

to emergency supply kit


CHIPLEY The follow-
ing is the March shopping list
for an emergency supply kit.
The Washington County
Emergency Management
Office is providing this infor-
mation each month through
May to assist residents in cre-
ating a kit that would be ben-
eficial to families should
power be interrupted to an
area for any length of time.
Adding a few items to your
shopping list each time you
visit the store is the easiest
way to create an emergency
supply kit. Remember, these
are only suggested items. You
should make adjustments
according to your family's.
personal needs. The needs of
those with special diets and
infants should be considered
as well. If there is an infant in
the home be sure to have
extra diapers, wipes, baby
food, formula, etc.
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Package ofpaper plates
Package of plastic cups
Disposable utensils
Liquid dish soap
Unscented liquid bleach
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It is always a good idea to
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stocks and bonds, passports,
Social Security cards, immu-
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many events that appeal to
all age groups.
The Kiwanis Club of
Chipley also inducted a new
member, Greg Hutching.
The induction was con-
ducted by Tommy Smith as
sponsor and Darrin Wall,
club president.
During the meeting, club
members also were pro-
vided the opportunity to
"volunteer" for work assign-
ments at the up-coming 53rd
Annual Pancake Breakfast
(April 4) by putting their
names on the various group
signup sheets. While cook-
ing, pancake grill, and serv-
ing line duties were popular,
there was a lack of response
for cleanup.

Shown after the ,
Chipola College
18th annual
Throssell
Literature/Language
Festival are,
standing: Katelyn
Brown, Austin Pettis
(honorable mention,
Oral Interpretation),
Ashley Sloan,
.Sharon Sapp, Hilirie
Newell, Sara
English, lan Smith
; (honorable mention,
Spanish). Kneeling:
Jamez Deleo,
Chandler Young,
Morgan Stumpff
(first place,
Humanities), Brock
Burch (second
place, Humanities;
honorable mention,
uoLu Writing).




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COMMUNITY NEWS


THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT!


Owens offers

benefit concert

in Graceville


Contributed photo
Washington-Holmes Technical Center presented free T-shirts with a new "techie" logo to the first 25 new
enrollees for the spring semester. Also receiving free T-shirts were the students of the Commercial Vehicle
Driving Class. Pictured, from left, are Director Tommy Smith, and students Joshua Straub, Tequilla Patton,
Jennifer Bush, Neomi Bouton, and Bob Grimmer.


GCF employees earn monthly awards


GRACEVILLE Officer
Maura Williams and Instruc-
tor Juan Dixon earned
awards for January at the
Graceville

tional Facil-




J j handed out
Sirst Offiery.


W nW arde n
Craig Hanks Employee
of the
Month for January.
Williams and Dixon were
recognized for their out-
standing service to both the
facility and their fellow staff
members.
The awards were pre-
sented to Williams and Dixon
before the Graceville staff
during the staff re-call meet-


Maura Juan
Williams Dixon


ing on Wednesday, Jan. 30.

Aircraft Fly-In
Emerald Coast EAA
Chapter 1464 Tri-County
Aviation, LLC Southeast
Alabama EAA Chapter 351
will host the Fifth Annual
Experimental Aircraft Asso-
ciation Fly In on March 8
from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the
Tri-County Airport on
County 162 in Holmes
County. Concessions will be


available. Call 547-6519 for
more information.

Fertilizer seminar
The Urban Turf Fertilizer
Rule is in effect as of Dec. 31,
2007. The new rule requires
that all fertilizer products
labeled for use on urban turf
of lawns and sports turf be
limited to the amount of
nitrogen and phosphorous
available. Additionally, appli-
cation rates must not exceed
established Fertilizer Guide-
lines. Dr. Laurie Trenholm
will explain how this will
impact fertilizer applications.
Master Gardeners and
Homeowners can learn more
on March 10 at Walton
County Extension 732 N. 9th
St. in DeFuniak Springs, 9
a.m. to 1 p.m. Cost is $5.2:45-
1:00 Wrap up and evalua-
tion. Register by calling
Escambia Extension at (850)


-475-5230 or e-mailing Beth
Bolles at bbolles@ufl.edu

Real Estate course
Washington-Holmes Tech-
nical Center will be offering a
Real Estate Salesperson Pre-
License Course starting
Monday, March 17. Classes
will be Monday, Wednesday
and Friday from 6:15 to 10:15
p.m. Cost for the course is
$138.
Jim Towne will be the
instructor. The text needed
for the class is Florida Real
Estate Principles, Practices &
Law 31st Edition, Linda L.
Crawford (Gaines & Cole-
man) Dearborn Real, Estate
Education, Chicago, 2008.
Call Brenda Walsingham
at 638-1180, ext. 312 and
your name will be added to
the class roll. A minimum of
12 students are needed to
offer this class.


GRACEVILLE Shane
Owens is scheduled to
appear at an American Can-
cer Society benefit Sunday
Feb. 24, beginning at 2 p.m.
in the Graceville Civic Cen-
ter. The benefit is dedicated
to the memory of Joe Ouel-
lette. The $5 admission fee
goes to the charity. Every-
one is invited to attend and
enjoy the music and refresh-
ments. There will also be
door prizes.

Marianna has
dance classes
MARIANNA Mari-
anna's Gathering Place
Foundation will hold dance
classes at Jim's Buffet at 2
p.m. on Saturdays. Those
planning to attend should
call (850)-526-4561 to con-
firm as space is limited.

Bethlehem
UMC hosts sing
BETHLEHEM Bethle-
hem United Methodist
Church will have a sing on
Friday, Feb. 29, at 7 p.m.
with guest singers, The
Webb Family from Chipley.
Refreshments served follow-
ing the sing. The church is
located 9 miles northwest of
Bonifay, just off County 177.

S.O.A.K. plans
Marianna concert
MARIANNA- S.O.A.K,
the No. 1 Hip Hop/Rap
group on Soundclick.com
will be in concert on Sunday,
March 9, from 6-8:30 p.m. at
the Marianna High School
Auditorium. Doors open at


Contributed photo
Shane Owens' concert
will benefit the American
Cancer Society.

5 p.m. Lunie 3:80, Semaj,
and Judah Man are the
band members. The event,
sponsored by local high
school Fellowship of Christ-
ian Athletes chapters, is free,
but a $2 donation will be
accepted after the concert.
Call (850)-527-1584 or
(850)-693-0439 to reserve
any youth group seating or
for more information.

Old CHS hosts
Gospel concert
CHIPLEY A free
gospel concert is scheduled
at the old Chipley High
School Saturday, March 1
beginning at 6 p.m.
Featured artists will be
The, Schwartz family of
Sturgis, Mich., Robert &
James of DeFuniak Springs
and Changed from Chipley.
A $5 donation will be
accepted at the door to help
with expenses. Canned good
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Architect. Each bid must CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Black and white Husky Buy an Ethan Allen China Cabi- Fish for sale for stocking Drivers Other
f ,: be accompanied by a Bid COURT spayed, female, blue eyes, WantedTo Buy antiques net, trundle bed, floor your pond or lake; cop- Other
lAqU I .S~ ~ Bond in the amount of 5% WASHINGTON COUNTY, 451bs. Very friendly named collectibles, gold, silver lamp, Kitchen Aid with pernose, bluegill, shell Delivery Drivers Myster Shoers et
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contract with the owner WARNING: (850)547-2215 Magazines to local stores derercover clients to judge
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1120 lPublssied Notices "Performance Bond" and a TAXES ON PROPERTY couch, Jaclyn Smith. Like or Call (888)-523-1013.
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1140 Happy Ads tory to the owner. INTEREST. THE PROP- Furniture & Mattresses Wanted, for sale, Musical Worker needed at Slant Sales
1150 Personals ERTY WILL BE SOLD AT ESTATE AUCTION Low,. low, low overhead instruments of any kind in nurser in Vernon 30 hrsplant
1160- Lost Thet owner reserves the PUBLIC AUCTION ON "Miss Ruby" Brock guarantees low, low, low any condition, antiques per week. Must be healthy OUTSIDE SALES
1170 Found right to waive informalities March 25, 2008 UNLESS Sat., March 1, 2008 prices. P&S Discount Fur- and collectibles. Paying and enjoy outdoors. Jerkins Incorporated is
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-9,99 S and all bids. PAID. TO MAKE AR- 3295 Cernon, FL 1973) 850-638-4311 557-1918. Bill Covington 535-9886. looking for an aggressive
10 RANGEMENTS FOR PAY- 2100 Pets Preview 8a-Auction 9a Healthcare and eager person to fill a
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bids will be received from February 16, 20, 23, 27, RO. BOX 647 OR 1293 Supplies Dick Adams, Auctioneer Beltone Office. Flowering and shade vider in healthcare has customainter ancing of currents. We
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by the Washington County 101, CHIPLEY, FLORIDA Wanted Specialists of the South nias, MANY other Shrubs the following positions: with prior outside salesx-
School Board at the office NOTICE OF APPULICATION 32428, OR TELEPHONE Mahogany LR, DR, BR $1.87. Swanson's All Ways pri oi se ex
of the Washington County FOR TAX DEED (850) 638-6008 EXT 232. Ri furn, retro furn, Hoosier 3270 Growin' Nursery 1658 Hwy *Staff Accountant BS in per acedwho is self moti-
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are hereby notified that to Hills Unit 1, a subdivision a 3110 -Appliances 850-258-7652, Chad $5. All in excellent condi-
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tect within seven (7) days highest bidder at the court- 3290 Medical Equipment North RR Avenqe,, Chip- Looking for 10-15 acres of Washington County CNA / I eniry l i ei po .ioni
after bid date and, further, house door on March 25, News 330 M Isents ly. We pay ca r, f:,, farmland in Bonifay or News & Holmes County r. youir if
provided that the contrac- 2008 at 10:00 AM. (850) 638-0212 3320 Pls & Shrubs/ clean, quality lurr.. within 15 miles of Bonifay. Times-Advertiser, a divi- If you are looking for you. are highly moti-
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Dru .1ree Workplace. Life balance, Competitive
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-EOE Cashier-Jerkins, Inc. is Recruiting now for the follow-
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and trustworthy individual FL service area:
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Avon Representa- well with the public while *PhysicalTherapist
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Grae',ille, Wausau, high school diploma, Occupational Therapist
.' ". -"ernon Caryville, computer and calculator *Certified Occupational
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Headliners and Vinyl ,R
T ,lo ; l .tile U nit. I do th e
.'..: iT your home or Do you or a loved one
..i:.,.o...e.Reasonable Sod For Sale on the farm, need assistance with eve-
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,r,3 uu,o carpeting. Free Centipede and 419 Ber- hand is a phone call away.
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ie.~,' message. (850) (8 5 0 ) 63 8 4 8 6 0; errands/appointments,
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Sod S uy maintenance/repairs. Ref-
Sod SoSodod Quality you erences available. Please
can depend on. Irrigated, call 850-415-5579.
weed & pest controlled.
Centipede and St. Augus- Does your child need ex-
J & W OUALITY TRIM tine. Delivery and installa- perienced help with tutor-
:eI-:,. ii.ng in Interior tion available. 8 miles SW ing (all ages) or assis-
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SSewing Machine and
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Mini Warehouses. If you guaranteed service on all
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4100 6110 1[6170 7160 |
Farm work New studio apartments For Rent- 2BR Trailer with 28x52 Doublewide, 2003
for rent include water, A.C. & electric heat. On model. Zone III, good
T Help wanted egg collector, sewer,, garbage pickup Mattox Spring Rd in Pate shape. Call Brad,
must be reliable and in and electricity. Backyard is Pond. 535-2657. 850-763-7780.
good health. Call available to BBQ with fam-
850-956-1224 ily and friends. Call The Park at 2350 Great Deall 32x80 (2400
850-547-3530 and 3BR/1BA$425 Sq.Ft), 4BR/2BA with
E 850-547-5244 3BR/2BA $450 gameroom & fireplace.
Townhouse Apt for rent- 547-3746 2002 model with plywood
STownhouse Apt for rent- floors, $39,900. Yes, only
S2BR/1.5BA. Chipley $39,900! Bank wants it
s $595/mth. 638-1918. GONE. Call Brad,
_N 850-763-7780.

RELE EFORREN 2BR/1BA and 1BR/1BA
6100 Business/ House for rent near sI a I
Commercial Vernon. 960-8862 or
6110 Apartments 785-3511 W M S
6120- Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/Townhouse Bethlehem 2BR/1BA, 7100- Homes
6140 House Rentals Hud approved, water, gar- 7110 BProperty AUTOeach HOTmeIVE, MARINE
6150 Roommate Wanted bage, sewage. $450. 7120 Commercial RECREATIONAL,...
160- Rooms for R'nt m'ronth with $200. deposit. 7130-Condo/Townhouse 8100 Antique & Collectibles
6170- Mobile Home/Lot 850-547-5195 7140- Farms & Ranches 8110 Cars
610Ti- Ot-o-Town Rentals For Rent 3BR/ 7150- Lots and Acreage 8120- Sports Utility Vehicles
6190 Timeshare Rentals For Rent 3BR/1 BA, 7160 Mobile Homes/Lots 8130- Trucks
6200 -Vacation Rentals CH&A. 1181 1st Ave. $595 7170- Waterfront 8140 Vans
Sa month. No pets. HUD 7180 Investment 8150 Commercial
accepted. 638-1918 Property 8160 Motorcycles
SFor Rent3BR/2BA on 8th 7190 Out-of-To*n 8170 Auto Parts
6100 For Rent 3BR/2BA on 8th Real Estate & Accessories
COMMERCIAL SPACE for Fairway, Dogwood Lakes. 7200 Timeshare 8210- Boats
rent. 6500sq ft.,+/- ideal $650. month, 1st, last 8220 Personal Watercraft
for any automotive busi- month security deposit. C 8230 Sailboats
ness. Has compressor and Available February 15th S 8240 Boat & Marine
lifts. Downtown Chipley. possible purchase option. 7100 Supplies
Call 638-1234, after 5pm, 850-547-5044 By Owner 2.6 acres, 8310- Aa l s
638-7370 Publisher's 3BR/2BA, 2,400 Square 8330 Campers & Trailers
e et ffe Publisher feet, Large home, double 8340 Motorhomes
eive Office Notice carport, big tree house,
space for lease on barn. $220,000. and 2.6
1 Brickyard Rd. Great All real estate advertising in acres fenced property..
location across.from this newspaper is subject to 547-2408 8110
Chipley High School, the Fair Housing Act which
638-7700 I makes it illegal to advertise New Construction 10.
www.chlpleyofficefor "any preference, limitation or new homes starting at
lease.com discrimination based on $119,900. 258-5941. '
L- -------- race, color, religion, sex, 1990 Chev
Executive Office Space handicap, familial status or
for rent downtown Chip- national origin, or an inten- Tracker
ley. 638-1918 tion, to make any such pref- 4wd great gas mileage
erence, limitation or dis- $7015 4wd great gas mileage
-T -. cdmination"' Familial status $2000 535-5751 or
includes children under the MP Enterprises Land 850-258-9929
rjT!Iage of 18 living with parents Sale and Finance. 5 acres
S 110or legal custodians, preg- or more for houses only, 1993 Pontiac Bonneville,
LARGE- 3BR Apartment, nant women and people se- wooded & pasture. 3 mi- V-8, runs excellent. $700.
$650, S/D $350. Everyth- curing custody of children les South of Chipley. OBO or trade
ing Newl Downtown Chip- under 18. Highway 77, Gainer Rd., 850-527-3741
ley, convenient location This newspaper will n Houston Rd., Beadle Rd.,
Rent includes stove, refrig- knowingly accept any adver-i Duncan Community Rd.,
erator, city water, sewer, tising for realestate which is Buddy Rd., (4) fiv' acres 0h
garbage. Sorry no pets or in violation of the law. Our (8) ten acres (5) eight ac- | 8130
HUD. 850-638-3306. readers are hereby informed res. Owner financing or 2002 Chevrolet 1500 HD
that all dwellings advertised cash. Low down payment, 4-DR 4x4. 188,000 miles.
in this newspaper are availa- low monthly payments. $7900. Call 334-726-4967.
rTech.co mhble on a equal opportunity Call Milton Peel for infer-
basis. To complain of d s- nation 850-638-1858 2002 Chevy Avalanche,
cdmination call HUD toll-free 119,903 miles, sealed bid
at 1-800-669-9777., The190me.ad.
E HIRING Train for toll-free number for the hear vehicle, pick up bid form
Station Maintenance Im aired is from Community South
aviation Maintenance 1-00-927-9275. 7160 Credit Union, 1044 Hwy
approved program. 1995 3BR/2BA Dou- 90 East, Chipley, bid clos-
approved program. 1995 3BR/2BA Dou- ing date: Feb 11, 2008.
if qualified Job blewide, 28x60. Needs date e 11, .
a. Call Av on moving. Fireplace, new For Sale 2006 Ford F 150.
stance. Call Aviation ,n oUnITY A/C. $30,000. 547-7400. XLT V8, loaded, 12,300
maintenance( )miles. -Phone
maintenance (888)349- 14x70 3BR/2BA with new 850-547-3807 If not
.uMMI.carpet, $14,900. Call Brad, available leave.message
170850-763-7780.
Mobile Home for 16x80 3BR/2BA with new O *-
Rent-Blue Springs Rd in carpet. Call I Brad,
ABLE! 2008 POST Marianna. 2BR/1-1/2BA., 850-763-7780 or toll free 8160 I
. $18-$20/HR. NO 8x10 utility shed, screened 1-866-732-7607. For Sale: 2006 Suzuki
PD TRAN front porch, water and GSX R600, 3,190 miles,
SPAID TRAINING, sewage included, no pets. 2BR/1BA mobile home to blue .& white w/helmet.
ITS, VACATIONS. $495 month plus deposit. be moved, $3,060. some Asking $6,900. Call Steve
850-482-5274 repairs needed. 1979 Ford 850-547-3378 Cell *
)-9941'TODAY! REF free swing set Thunderbird with 351 850-258-0778
windsor engine. 4 acres
Mobile Homes for rent in 3BR/1BA home with 2 ad- -
Cottondale on Sapp Road, ditional home sites. 3
.iscellaneons 8 miles east of Chipley. 850-547-5303 "-
liscellaneouS 3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA 8170
available. Total electric. 24x52 Doublewide, 2000 We sell engines and
(850)258-4868; 209-8847 model .iih fireplace transmissions with war-
ites Wanted Now! www.charloscountryliv- $28,900. C all Brad i.11 'i e, ranty. Located in Chipley.
areas! For the New ing.com 1-866-732-7607. Call Ricky 850-638-9136
The above ground
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