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Wednesday, JUNE 23,2010 www.chipleypaper.com Volume 87, Number 19 50C


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News

BRIEFS

Unemployment
numbers continue
to improve in
Panhandle
From staff reports
TALLAHASSEE The Flori-
da Agency for Workforce
Innovation has released
the unemployment numbers
for May. While the state's
seasonally adjusted un-
employment rate for April
stands at 11.7 percent,
in Holmes County the un-
employment rate dropped
for the second month in a
row to 8.1 percent. Wash-
ington County's unemploy-
ment rate also dropped
from April's unemployment
rate of 10.7 percent to
10.3 percent for May.
Florida's seasonally ad-
justed unemployment rate
for May 2010 of 11.7 per-
cent represents 1,086,000
jobless out of a labor force
of 9,272,000. The unem-
ployment rate is down 0.3
percentage point from the
April rate of 12.0 per-
cent. This was the second
monthly decline in the
state's unemployment rate
since February 2006.
Florida's total nonag-
ricultural employment in
May 2010 is 7,224,900,
representing a gain of
20,300 jobs (+0.3 per-
cent) over the month. This
is the third monthly gain in
jobs this year since early
2007. Florida's annual
rate of job loss has contin-
ued to moderate with the
steepest rate of decline
at -6.9 percent in March
2009 compared to the cur-
rent -0.7 percent, a loss of
50,300 jobs.
Local unemployment
rates for May 2010 in-
clude Holmes County
8.1 percent, Washington
County 10.3 percent,
Walton County 7.4 per-
cent, Bay County 9.2 per-
cent, Jackson County 7.2
percent, Calhoun County
8.5 percent and Gadsden
County 10.2 percent.
AWI sees a number of
positive indicators for fu-
ture job growth:
*Lower unemployment:
Along with Florida's de-
crease of 0.3 percentage
point from April to May,
the May national unem-
ployment rate decreased
0.2 percentage point from
the previous month to 9.7
percent.



INDEX
Honor Rolls.............. Page A3-A7
Extra.......................... Page B1
Classifieds..................... Page B5


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WASHINGTON COUNTY QUALIFIED QUALIFIED

CANDIDATES FOR PUBLIC OFFICE CHIPLEYCOUNCIL
County Commissioner District 4 School Board Member District 1 CANDIDATES
Eddy Holman (Republican) Travis Hall (Nonpartisan)
Wesley "Wes" Fischer (Republican) Vann Brock (Nonpartisan)
Bryant Sewell (No Party Affiliation) Vann Brock (Nonpartisan) CHIPLEY Those who
Sheldon E. Peel (Democrat) qualified to run for Chipley
Marsha Hayes (Democrat) School Board Member District 4 City Council are:
Todd Abbott (Republican) .Karen Rustin Ward 1
Scott Waldrip (Democrat) Will "Tonka" Taylor (Nonpartisan) *Linda Cain Ward 4
Banian Josey (Democrat) Terry Ellis (Nonpartisan) *Tommy McDonald,
Member-At-Large
County Commissioner District 2 School Board Member District 5 .William Roger Sloan,
Joel Pate (Republican) Susan G. Roberts (Nonpartisan) Member-At-Large
Albert "Sonny" Davis (Democrat) The election is set for
Tuesday, Aug. 3 from 7 a.m.
Circuit Court Judge 14th Circuit group 1 County Judge to 7 p.m. at City Hall
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Washington,

Holmes

counties join

new coalition
JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
BONIFAY Holmes County be-
came the most recent member of
a new coalition devoted to promote
tourism and conservation affecting
local rivers. The Holmes County
TDC approved its end of a $5,000
match to Riverway South-Appal-
chicola.
Washington County Tourist
Development Council Secretary
Heather Gomez was on hand as
one of those making a presentation
in favor of joining the effort already
supported by several surrounding
counties.
The Holmes County Develop-
ment Commission offered to do-
nate $2,500 to the coalition of the
TDC provided a match, and that
See COALITION A4


Chipley man

pleads guilty

to burglaries

SPECIAL TO THE NEWS
MARIANNA According to the
State Attorney's Office, a Chipley
man entered a plea Monday to a
string of burglaries
in Jackson County -
and is on his way
to Holmes County
to resolve charges
there. Patrick Wil-
son Hudson, 49, of
3886 Belmar Place,
was sentenced to PATRICK
10 years in prison HUDSON
for three burglar-
ies. Prosecutor Erin Oliver said he
broke into three homes in Jackson
County in 2008 and 2009, and a stole
a commercial blower, Sony video re-
corder and a class ring.
Hudson faces six burglary counts
See HUDSON A4


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A2 I Washington County News


Local


Wednesday, June 23, 2010


STUDENTS PICK TREE FOR ARBOR DAY


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS
The students are J.J. Barkley, Andrew Bonifay, Suntai Powell, J.D.
Richards, Austin Skeens, Kaitlyn Smith, Jalisa Wilson, Paraprofessional
Olivia Harrison, Paraprofessional Shelia McClure, Teacher Gail Clark,
and Piney Grove Nursery and Landscaping manager Tim Boone.


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS
CHIPLEY Hope School from
Marianna recently visited Piney
Grove Nursery and Landscaping in
Chipley to pick a tree for their Ar-
bor Day celebration.
The tree that the students
picked was a princess dogwood
that blooms a white flower in the
early spring and grows to 20-30 feet
tall at maturity. This dogwood has


leaves that are green in the spring
and turn to a dark green color later
in the summer.
This Arbor Day program was
started by the FNGLA and Piney
Grove Nursery and Landscaping
participates each year by donating
a tree to schools in the tri-county
area. The goal is to give quality
plant material to local school and
attempt to get the youth interested
in the green industry.


Gas Price UPDATE


Average retail gasoline prices in Flor-
ida have risen 4.1 cents per gallon in the
past week, averaging $2.65/g yesterday.
This compares with the national average
that has increased 3.7 cents per gallon
in the last week to $2.73 per gallon, ac-
cording to gasoline price website, Flori-
daStateGasPrices.com.
Including the change in gas prices in


Florida during the past week, prices yes-
terday were 4.5 cents per gallon lower
than the same day one year ago and are
12.9 cents per gallon lower than a month
ago.
The national average has decreased
9.0 cents per gallon during the last
month and stands 7.2 cents per gallon
higher than this day a year ago.


Introducing Washington's new

county planner: Michael Deruntz


CECILIA SPEARS
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypaper.com

CHIPLEY "Washington
County has several great
aspects," Washington
County's new County Plan-
ner Michael Deruntz said.
"One of
-* which are
people with
strong faith
and strong
sense of
commu-
nity."
MICHAEL He said
DERUNTZ it was this
aspect that
should continued in the
future development of the
county.
"Some urge to slow de-
velopment, but Washington
County has been targeted
as an area of growth be-
cause of its unique location
in the panhandle linking it
to the northern states and
to the Gulf," he said. "It is
ideal for growth both com-
mercially and residentially
and these are critical times
we're living in."
One of the aspects that
make this time critical, he
said, is the revising of the
county's comprehensive
plan.
"We will be having a se-
ries of public meetings and
we need the public's input
and we need the public's in-
volvement to identify what
the county wants to be in
the near future and how
they want to develop as a
county," he said. "We are
here to enhance the stabil-
ity of our industry as well
as our natural resources."
The number one issue
in the near future, he said,
was water.
"Where is it coming from
and what are the going to
be the negative impacts of
acquiring that water," he
said. "There has been is-


sues in Bay County about
wells being drilled long the
boarder of our county."
The issue, he said,
needs to be addressed on a
regional level.
"Counties must work
together and it is in their
comp plan they must take
into consideration to not
only the impact they have
on their county but neigh-
boring counties as well and
they are obviously in direct
violation," he said. "We
need to get together and re-
solve these issues because
without water there's noth-
ing."
Recently he'd been out
"exploring the county."
"Every county is unique,
our strengths are the natu-
ral springs, rivers, I-10 and
the railroad to name a few
and we must utilize our
strengths to grow as a coun-
ty and as a community," he
said. "I know we don't want
to be like Orlando, Tampa
or Miami, but we need to
ask ourselves what we do
want, and then we'll need
to not only meet but exceed
those expectations."
One aspect is the need
to welcome in new busi-
nesses.
"If a business wants to
come in they need to feel
that they're apart of the
what makes up the fab-
ric of our community," he


said. "We need to move for-
ward."
It all starts with the up-
dating of the comprehen-
sive plan.
"I'm really excited to
be here and be a part of
the growth of Washington
County where everybody's
apart of it," he said. "It's
kind of like we're making a
soup and we'll pull together
all of our resources and all
of our issues and what I'm
hoping for as a result is
something tasty."
Deruntz said that he
grew up in Granite City, Ill.,
and is an avid Cardinals
fan.
He went to school at
Peru State University and
the University of North
Iowa and then went on to
work seven years in Plan-
ning and Zoning, 17 years
in Arnold, Ill., as County
Planner and after living
nine years in Naples as
principle planner. Deruntz
and his family will be mov-
ing to Washington County
to live.
"The Lord has led me to
work here in Washington
County," he said. "Me and
my family are planning to
put our roots here."
He has been married
for the past 27 years, with
three children: two older
daughters and a son, who
is a senior in high school.


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Washington County News I A3


CHIPLEY The following awards were
presented at the Roulhac Middle School
Awards Day:
All A's in Reading: Reshadd Blackmon,
Alyssa Bonner, Chase Boyett, Kaylie Brown,
Jayde Collins, Alex Davis, Sawyer Gage,
Jasmine Garvin, Grace Gilbert, Caitlin
Granger, Beau Harden, Lauryl Grace Hin-
son, Colby James, Dallas Jones, Madison
Kincaid, Sydni Lowery, Jonathan Malloy,
Kristian Mitchell, Hannah Moore, Taylor
Munroe, Shelby Newsome, Faith Padgett,
Kylee Rhodes, Blake Sheppard, Cynthia
Smith, Zoe Thacker, Angel Thompson, Katie
Ussery, Ansleigh Walters, Ric'kina Williams,
and Julie Ziolkowski.
All A's in Math: Yusuf Binmahfooz,
Alyssa Bonner, Chase Boyett, Nathan Craw-
ford, Dylon Dalton, Olivia Davis, Sierra
Donaldson, Ethan Edenfield, Lauren Finch,
Elizabeth Fleener, Sawyer Gage, Jasmine
Garvin, Grace Gilbert, Nathan Glover,
Caitlin Granger, Beau Harden, Chris Har-
rington, Lauryl Grace Hinson, Tripp Hodg-
es, Crystina Hunter, Sydni Lowery, Mack-
enzie Lunsford, Jonathan Malloy, Gideon
Massey, Mackenzie Miles, Hannah Moore,
Taylor Munroe, Shelby Newsome, Faith
Padgett, Julaiann Padgett, Chris Railsback,
Madison Reynolds, Kylee Rhodes, Grant
Rowell, Austin Sapp, Claudia Seaman, Blake
Sheppard, Cynthia Smith, Elaijuah Staten,
Zoe Thacker, Katie Ussery, Ansleigh Wal-
ters, Sony Ward, Heather Wheeler, Katie
Williams, Ric'kina Williams, Kierra Wood-
ham and Julie Ziolkowski.
All A's in Language Arts: Nathaniel
Aycock, Reshadd Blackmon, Alyssa Bonner,
Chase Boyett, Kaylie Brown, Jayde Collins,
Nathan Crawford, Alex Davis, Ethan Eden-
field, Elizabeth Fleener, Sawyer Gage, Jas-
mine Garvin, Grace Gilbert, Nathan Glover,
Caitlin Granger, Kierra Gusster, Beau Hard-
en, Chris Harrington, Shantel Helton, Lau-
ryl Grace Hinson, Tripp Hodges, Austin Hol-
ley, Madison Kent, Madison Kincaid, Sydni
Lowery, Mackenzie Lunsford, Jonathan
Malloy, Gianna Mathews, Mackenzie Miles,
Taylor Munroe, Hannah Moore, Lewis Mo-
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Bell, Karena Bell, Yusuf Binmahfooz, Alyssa
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juah Staten, Zoe Thacker, Angel Thompson,
Katie Ussery, Ansleigh Walters, Katie Wil-
liams, Kristen Williams and Kierra Wood-
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Karena Bell, Desiree Beman, Yusuf Bin-
mahfooz, Reshadd Blackmon, Abbie Bridg-
es, James Brigham, Kaylie Brown, Chase
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Chamber Ambassadors a big part

of successful membership drive


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com

CHIPLEY There are 51
new members of the Wash-
ington County Chamber of
Commerce, in large part
thanks to a spirited effort
by the chamber ambas-
sadors. Their efforts were
recognized with awards
at the chamber's monthly
Third Thursday breakfast
at Pattillo's Restaurant at
the Washington-Holmes
Technical Center.
Ambassadors Chair-
man Gary Hartman noted
that the ambassadors are
volunteers that not only
help in projects like the
membership drive, but also
represent the chamber of
a number of different func-
tions. They include every-
thing from ribbon cuttings
to manning information
booths at events like Leg-
ends and Lore at Falling
Waters State Park, the up-
coming Watermelon Festi-
val and others.
Nicole Barefield and
Kim Davis Wilson were co-
chairs of the membership
drive that netted 44 busi-
ness and seven individual
new members, with others
to come when several more
that have made a verbal
commitment turn in their
paperwork.
"We had great participa-
tion," Barefield said.


JAY FELSBERG I The News
Left to right: Gary Hartman, Nicole Barefield, Audrey
Nedeau, Kathy Rudd, Adrian Jones, Jeannie Betts,
and Peggy Dobbins.


"The ambassadors are
extremely and they are a
wonderful group of people,"
Hartman said.
Ambassador with best
score recruiting was Au-
drey Nedeau. Top team
was Team Rudd, organized
by Kathy Rudd. Team lead-
er was Peggy Dobbins and
members were Jeannie
Betts, Adrian Jones and
Mike Lee.
Team Brock was orga-
nized by Kelly Brock, with
Hartman as team leader;
members were GeorgeAnn


Smith, Diane Vitale, Kenny
Ray Mitchell and Karen
Schoen.
Team Clark was orga-
nized by Gary Clark, with
Nedeau as team leader and
Melissa Finch as the other
member.
Team Stone was orga-
nized by Henry Stone and
has LaMerle Feitsma as
team leader.
For information about
joining the chamber and
becoming an ambassador,
call the Chamber at 638-
4157.


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Wednesday, June 23, 2010


Taking life one hunting season at a time COALITION from page Am


CECILIA SPEARS
Staff Writer
cspears@chipleypaper.com

BETHLEHEM -Afterfighting liver can-
cer for more than five years and losing
his wife to cancer less than year ago,
Benjamin (B.J.) Holsombach says with
Covenant Hospice's help, he's taking
life one hunting season at a time.
He started his story when he and
his wife, Nell Rose, decided to move to
Bethlehem in 1988.
Originally he said he thought of mov-
ing to central Florida, but it was just as
crowded.
"We were just riding along when
I stopped at what still is Miller's gro-
cery for something to drink," he said.
"Me and the owner got to talking and I
said we were looking for a place to live
that was secluded and that's when he
showed us the house that'd we'd live in
from then on out."
As an avid hunter, he said when
he lived in Key West he would have to
travel almost 175 miles to hunt in the
everglades, and one of the wonders
he found when he moved here was the
amount of deer that would come up to
the house on a regular basis.
"I could've hunted in my back yard,
but Nell Rose loved to watch the deer
outside our home so much I promised
her I wouldn't hunt near the house," he
said. "Even though she's gone, I still
keep that promise to her."
Shortly after moving, he found a job
at a company in Dothan laying cable,
but when the cable company won a
contract else where, he decided not to
follow.


"They said I could relocate to sev-
eral locations, but I refused because I
didn't want to give up our new home,"
he said.
He said he found work locally doing
odd jobs until his wife was diagnosed
with colon rectal cancer and had in
1999.
"After the first surgery she could still
get around; she cooked, cleaned and
did laundry," he said. "May of 2004 they
operated on her a second time, and she
steadily went down hill from there."
Then in March of 2005 he was diag-
nosed with liver cancer.
"After being X-rayed they found it
to be inoperable and untreatable," he
said. "They said if I would've caught it a
year earlier, they would've been able to
remove it, but now it had taken over 75
percent of my liver."
He said he was then referred to
Gainesville, and where he was told a
concentrated amount of radiation could
be injected into the massive tumor that
was causing most of his pain.
"They said there was a large chance
that it wouldn't work, but I was in so
much pain I just wanted it gone," he
said. "They were hoping for a 50-60 per-
cent reduction, and what we got was a
95 percent reduction of the tumor."
He then received the suggestion to
go with Covenant Hospice.
"All the specialists agreed that I was
terminal and only [had] six months to
live," he said. "What little I knew about
Covenant Hospice was they came in for
your last 24 hours and held your hand
as you died; that's the way it always
seemed to me, but I found out I was
wrong, they do so much more."


Arrest REPORTS

without a perscription
John Grantham, Chipley, pos-
session of marijuana
Kyle Griffin, 20, Bonifay, viola-
tion of county probation on posses-
sion of alcohol under 21
Joel Hall, 28, Chipley, battery
Robert Kennedy, 28, Jackson-
ville, driving under the influence
Jun Ho Kim, 43, Naples, flee and
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James Kordenbrock, 63, Fort
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John Morgan III, 20, Chipley,
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Brian Richter, 40, Graceville,
aggravated assault
William Sheffield, 25, Vernon,
producing meth, possession of
listed chemical, violation of county
probation on driving with license
suspended or revoked


After he agreed and chose a local
doctor to visit, his paracentesis started,
which meant drawing fluid that his
body retained, equaling 10-13 liters ev-
ery two weeks.
"It wasn't but a month before Cov-
enant Hospice that I couldn't get out of
bed but only two hours a day because
the pain was so bad," he said. "It wasn't
even a month later and I was out of bed,
going outside, going fishing and hunt-
ing again."
His wife's condition worsened in Au-
gust 2008. Volunteers from Covenant
Hospice helped prepare a romantic an-
niversary lobster dinner for the couple,
with soft music from a live guitar and
saxophone and candles, which he said
was the last real meal she ever ate and
the last anniversary they spent togeth-
er before she passed away in January
2009.
Those present for the anniversary
dinner from Covenant Hospice were
Geoffrey and Lori Brooks, Jimmy King
and Donna Meldon.
"She talked about that dinner for
months afterwards," he said. "If it
wasn't for Covenant Hospice, I wouldn't
have made it but few more months and
when they took care of her, they were
able to help alleviate most of her symp-
toms."
Even though he was the primary pa-
tient for Covenant Hospice, he still took
care of his wife's needs.
"What she feared most in this world
was going to a nursing home," he said.
"And I prayed and prayed that the Lord
would let me live one minute longer
than Nell Rose so she wouldn't have to
go to a nursing home."


The following is the Washington
County arrest for June 14-21:
Danny Alley, 45, Chipley, disor-
derly intoxication
Rachel Anderson, 28, Chipley,
possession of meth
Thomas Chesser, 49, Vernon,
driving while license suspended or
revoked, failure to register motor
vehicle
Jeremy Cirota, 24, Pensacola,
driving while license suspended or
revoked, violation of state probation
on theft
Ezell Clark, 32, Dothan, Ala.,
driving while license suspended or
revoked
Amber Crawford, 23, Panama
City, violation of county probation
on misuse of 911, failure to appear
on driving while license suspended
or revoked
Sandra Foxworth, 44, Chipley,
battery, aggravated assault
Gregory Gilmore, 37, Westville,
possession of controlled substance


Bethlehem couple fights cancer with help of (ovenant Hospice


match was approved at
the regular TDC meet-
ing Tuesday, June 15. The
Holmes County contribu-
tion matches similar $5,000
contributions from Wash-
ington and Jackson coun-
ties as a local match for a
federal grant to promote to
coalition's efforts.
RiverWay South (RWS)
is a non-organization with
a mission to preserve,
protect and promote the
unique heritage of com-
munities within the Apala-
chicola, Chattahoochee
and Flint (ACF) water-
sheds. Founded in 2003,
RWS is a tri-state coalition
of 65 counties within the
ACF watershed in Geor-
gia, Florida, and Alabama.
Based at the Columbus
State University in Geor-
gia, RWS is funded by a
U.S. Department of Agri-
culture Rural Business Op-
portunity Grant.
Major goals of Riverway
South include designation
of the ACF basin as a Re-
gional Heritage Corridor,
developing an interactive
website for promoting tour-
ism, and development of a
master plan for encourag-
ing sustainable tourism
and economic development
along the river throughout
the ACF watershed.
In March of 2008, a
meeting of interested part-
ners met to discuss aug-
menting efforts to promote
RWS with a focus on the six
riparian counties along the
Apalachicola River in Flor-
ida designated as Rural
Areas of Critical Economic
Concern (RACEC).
The group agreed to
adopt the name 'Riverway
South Apalachicola', or
RWS-A, working closely
with the umbrella organi-
zation, Riverway South.
Led by staff from FWC's
Office of Recreation Ser-
vices (ORS), a steering
committee formed and
named a sub-committee to
develop a vision and mis-
sion statement and craft a
draft strategic plan.
The steering committee
worked to forge goals with-
in the strategic plan that
included developing an or-
ganizational structure for
RWSA, locating funding
sources, and identifying
and engaging partners and
stakeholders. Other goals


Thomas Slavin, 19, Pensacola,
violation of county probation on
worthless check
Richard Sloan Jr., 26, Fountain,
driving while license suspended or
revoked, failure to appear on viola-
tion of county probation for posses-
sion of paraphernalia
Tammy Stewart, 50, Union, S.C.,
possession of controlled substance
without a prescription
Steven Tyre, 40, Vernon, lewd
and lascivious behavior victim
younger than 12 offender older than
18
John Webb, 50, Chipley, simple
assault
Tracey White, 33, Satsuma, Ala.,
driving while license suspended or
revoked, possession of controlled
substance without prescription
Elizabeth Womble, 27,
Caryville, worthless check
Angela Wright, 21, Bonifay, pos-
session of listed chemical, produc-
ing meth


HUDSON from page Al


in Holmes County. He's accused of
breaking into homes there in April
2007; May, September, November and
December 2008; and February 2009.
He's accused of stealing items such


as, fishing poles, a Sony Playstation,
a Dish network receiver, jewelry, a
weed eater, a television, a computer, a
digital camera, a video recorder, cash,
savings bonds, quarters, video games,


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DVDs, clothing and, on three occa-
sions, various food items, including
frozen foods and Pop-Tarts. He will be
transported from Jackson to Holmes
County to resolve those charges.


EBRO from page Al


We could wind up with a sol-
id set of hours, it's probably
best to keep it the same all
the time so it isn't too un-
known whether or not we'll
be open."
To facilitate the transi-
tion, Hess said that Poker
Room staff has been in-
creased in the amount of
dealers and floor manag-
ers. Dealers also have been
training for the new games
that will be offered as well
as the new betting limits.
"There's a whole list of
games, some of them that
none of us here have ever
heard of," Hess said. "For
some players, the hours
will be important. Some
work late at night, and af-
ter work we'll be able to
have hours open to them. A
lot prefer to play earlier in
the morning, some retired
people or tourists.
"But the biggest dif-
ference is going to be the
games we offer and the bet-
ting limits of those games.
Many of them don't want to
play the limits we can offer
currently, so they may drive
a long distance to play at a
place that is not strangled
by the limits we have. They
may drive to Biloxi, where
now it will be closer to
home. All our regular play-
ers are very excited about
this and anxious for July
1."
Hess traced the evolu-
tion of poker restrictions
at pari-mutuel facilities in
Florida, that are regulated
differently than Seminole
Indian casinos downstate
and some isolated counties
located in South Florida.
Following the $10 pot
limit established in 1997, he
said, a $2 betting limit was


approved in 2005. In 2007,
$5 limits were approved
with no-limit games, such
as Texas Hold 'Em, re-
stricted to buy-ins of $100.
This year, deregulation for
both operating hours and
betting limits will become
law July 1.
He said that Ebro's Pok-
er Room could offer tables
with minimum-maximum
bets of $3-6, $4-8, $5-10, $10-
20 and $50-100. He said that
tournament buy-ins initial-
ly will stay the same, "but
this opens the door for very
large buy-ins."
"Our Emerald Coast
Classic in the fall, the buy-
in currently is a maximum
$800 for the main event,"
Hess said. "It could be any-
thing we want to make it.
We were thinking we could
have one of $2,000 or more"
to attract professional pok-
er players.
Hess tried to alleviate
a concern of some regular
poker customers at Ebro
that they might be forced
into higher-limit games.
"We're going to have any
limits they want to play, it
can be as low as $2-4 limit
poker," he said. "Right now
we have a popular $2-5 limit
and that game will remain
as long as there are enough
players. We'll have some-
thing for everyone.
"What this means is that
finally after 13 years we'll
be able to run our poker
room as a business where
our hands are not tied with
restrictions. We're highly
regulated and inspected
regularly, but aside from
that we can make business
decisions and operate ac-
cording to what's best for
the company."


NE ~*I


emerged for preservation
and promotion of the natu-
ral, cultural, and historical
resources of the riparian
counties to promote sus-
tainable economic devel-
opment.
In February of 2009,
more regional public part-
ners were invited to an
RWSA meeting and mo-
mentum began to build
to find funding for a staff
member to coordinate this
promising project on a full-
time basis.
RWS President Homer
Hurt was present at the
Bonifay meeting and laid
out several goals of the co-
alition.
"We hope to accomplish
our mission through devel-
opment of a master plan
for economic development
along the river through-
out the ACF watershed to
track and measure eco-
nomic impact results for
the entire region," Hurt
said, "to serve as a coach
for new product initiatives
and to market ecologically
sensitive and sustainable
tourism throughout the en-
tire region."
There are four immedi-
ate objectives:
*Establish a RiverWay
South Institute with at
least 4 participating uni-
versities.
*Design at least 3 new
tourism attractors on the
river from the following:
river cruises, canoe trips,
kayak tours and rafting.
*Act as a catalyst in
strengthening relation-
ships among the watershed
counties by recruiting at
least 2 members from each
county to serve as and In-
teragency Task Force to co-
ordinate activities through-
out all the counties.
*Establish a resource
list of available funding
options within the water-
shed.
Hurt noted that na-
tionally recognized tour-
ist development expert
Judy Randall has provided
workshops to RWS on de-
veloping ecotourism, rural
tourism and other was to
develop local tourism.
"Judy is one of the best
tourism development ex-
perts in the southeast,"
Hurt said.
For more information,
go to riverwaysouth.org.


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RMS Seventh Grade AWARDS


CHIPLEY Roulhac Middle School
seventh grade awards:
Citizenship awards: Kelsey Gilley
and Brandon Nellums
All As all year in all subjects:
Carley Mead and Mary-Rosalyn Tay-
lor
All As in Reading: Wyatt Brock,
Julie Carroll, Josh Chambliss, Chey-
anna Clark, Sierra Fowler, Alexis
Fritz, Victoria Guilford, Katelyn Hall,
Ashlyn Jeffries, Tice Kilgore, Brittany
Marsceill, Chelsea McEntyre, Carley
Mead, Brandon Nellums, Sabrina
Pierce, Katie Register, Amirah Roul-
hac, Madison Shifflett, Jayde Smelcer,
Noah Smothers, Brenda Taylor and
Mary-Rosalyn Taylor
Highest average in Reading:
Cheyanna Clark, Carley Mead, Bren-
da Taylor and Mary-Rosalyn Taylor
All As in Science: KenzeyAuke-
ma, Wyatt Brock, Julie Carroll, Josh
Chambliss, Kelsey Gilley, Victoria
Guilford, Carley Mead, Jayde Smelcer,
Noah Smothers and Mary-Rosalyn
Taylor
Highest average in Science:
Kelsey Gilley and Mary-Rosalyn
Taylor
All As in U.S. History: Kenzey
Aukema, Savannah Bowen, Wyatt
Brock, Jordan Brown, Julie Carroll,
Caleb Carter, Josh Chambliss, Alexis
Cross, Mikaela Davis, Alexis Fritz,


Ben Gage, Jesse Gainey, Kelsey
Gilley, Brianna Goodman, Victoria
Guilford, Ashlyn Jeffries, Bradley
Hall, Brandon Loriaux, Carley Mead,
Madison Shifflett, Silas Swint, Lindsay
Miller, Cassie Drummond, Jonathon
Gilbert, Tice Kilgore, Noah Smothers,
Justin Taylor, Mary-Rosalyn Taylor
and Sydney Ward
Highest Average in U.S. History:
Wyatt Brock, Tice Kilgore, Tomas
Morales and Noah Smothers
All As in Language: Kenzey
Aukema, Wyatt Brock, Cheyanna
Clark, Alexis Fritz, Kelsey Gilley,
Victoria Guilford, Bradley Hall, Tice
Kilgore, Andrew King, Brittany
Marsceill, Elizabeth Martinez, Kyra
McDonald, Chelsea McEntyre, Carley
Mead, Genesis Pruitt, Katie Register,
Madison Shifflett, Jayde Smelcer,
Noah Smothers and Mary-Rosalyn
Taylor
Highest average in Language:
Kenzey Aukema, Aaron Doss and
Mary-Rosalyn Taylor
All As in Math: Kenzey Aukema,
Kelsey Gilley, Jonathan Gilbert, Jessie
Massey, Carley Mead, Jayde Smelcer
and Mary-Rosalyn Taylor
Highest Average in Math: Pat-
rick Conley, Carley Mead and Jacob
Moore
Highest accelerated reading
points for the year: Zamera Fisher


- 300.2 points, Madison Shifflett 254.5
points, Nicholas Spencer 250.7
points, Noah Smothers 237.4 points
and Thomas Richardson 216.8 points
Met accelerated reading goals
all year: Kenzey Aukema, Sam Bass,
Wyatt Brock, Julie Carroll, Cheyanna
Clark, Kacie Crews, Alexis Cross,
Devan Daniels, Zephany Daniels, Za-
mera Fisher, Alexis Fritz, Ben Gage,
Kelsey Gilley, Ashlyn Jeffries, Danielle
Jones, Tice Kilgore, Raven Marks,
Brittany Marsceill, Jessie Massey,
Kyra McDonald, Chelsea McEntyre,
Carley Mead, Tiffany Nellums, Denise
Pleas, Diamond Potter, Katie Regis-
ter, Thomas Richardson, Savannah
Schaubhut, Madison Shifflett, Jayde
Smelcer, Shelbi Smith, Noah Smoth-
ers, Nicholas Spencer, Mary-Rosalyn
Taylor, Allan Vickery, Candace Walker
and Sydney Ward
All As in personal development:
Sam Bass, Julie Carroll, Cheyanna
Clark, Alexis Fritz, Jesse Gainey,
Kelsey Gilley, Victoria Guilford,
Monika Henderson, Kyra McDonald,
Carley Mead, Thomas Richardson,
Savannah Schaubhut, Madison Shif-
flett, Jayde Smelcer, Shelbi Smith,
Noah Smothers, Silas Swint, Candace
Walker and Sydney Ward
All As in band: Kenzey Aukema,
Kyle Beman, Josh Chambliss, Ka-
cie Crews, Devan Daniels, Cassie


Drummond, Keely Jones, Andrew
King, Noah Lane, Chelsea McEntyre,
Lindsay Miller, Jacob Moore, Katie
Register, Nikolas Ruschmeier, Nicho-
las Spencer, Mary-Rosalyn Taylor and
Kelcie Walsingham
Band awards: Kenzey Aukema,
Kyle Beman, Kaleb Boston, Josh
Chambliss, Conner Clark, Kacie
Crews, Devan Daniels, Cassie Drum-
mond, Jack Gilbreath, Brianna Good-
man, Ashlyn Jeffries, Danielle Jones,
Keely Jones, Andrew King, Noah
Lane, Chelsea McEntyre, Lindsay
Miller, Jacob Moore, Brea Newman,
Madison Quick, Katie Register, Niko-
las Ruschmeier, Emily Smith, Chase
Smothers, Nicholas Spencer, Mary-
Rosalyn Taylor, Dalton Thompson and
Kelcie Walsingham
Student council awards: Vice
President Ashlyn Jeffries; Seventh
Grade Representative At-Large
- Mary-Rosalyn Taylor; Seventh
Grade Homeroom Representatives:
Trent Chatwood, Kacie Crews, Jesse
Gainey, Nikki Hall, Elizabeth Mar-
tinez, Shea Pate, Justin Taylor and
Sydney Ward
Physical fitness awards: Kenzy
Aukema, Alex Bush, Zamera Fisher,
Jack Gilbreath, Cheyenne Ladd, Eliz-
abeth Martinez, Kyli Miner, Shea Pate,
Savannah Schaubhut, Nick Spencer
and Mary-Rosalyn Taylor.


RMS

Eighth

Grade

AWARDS

CHIPLEY Roulhac
Middle School announces
its 8th grade award:
Citizenship awards:
Myiesha Boston and Wyatt
Granberry
All A's all year in all
subjects: Madison Carter,
Tyler Daniels, Tristan
Hartzog, Richard Dav-
enport, Hunter Harden,
Logan Justice, Olivia Saun-
ders, Casey Strickland,
Cary Laird, Alexis John-
son, Sarah Gilbert, Matt
Mosley and Colby Wiggins
Highest overall aver-
age: Cary Laird
Principal's award (all
A's in each core subject
area for 3 years): Madison
Carter, Tyler Daniels, Sar-
ah Gilbert and Matt Mosley
All A's in Reading:
Sarah Gilbert, Casey

See RMS EIGHTH A6


RMS Sixth Grade AWARDS


CHIPLEY Roulhac
Middle School 6th Grade
Awards List:
Sixth grade citizenship
Awards: Perla Valdovinos
and Tyler Adkison
All A's all year: Eliza-
beth Bowen, Daniel Floyd,
Morgan Fries, Steven Fritz,
Jenna Kindig, Megan Mos-
ley, Katlin Pendleton, Whit
Pettis, Sara Smith, Perla Val-
dovinos and Eli Whitehead
and Tyler Adkison
All A's in reading:
Austin Wyatt, Kendal Dan-
iels, Jenna Kindig, Nicole
Barfield, Savannah Orr,
Sara Smith, Dalton Canipe,
Steven Fritz,Whit Pettis, Eli
Whitehead, Austin Wyatt,
Madison Bau, Zane Rogers,
Cassidy Smith, Colby Wil-
liams, Essence Williams,
Morgan Fries, Alyssa Gain-
er, Katie Griggs, Yeidianna
Hopkins, Perla Valdovinos,
Tyler Adkison, Elizabeth
Bowen, Tea Creamer, Katlin
Pendleton, Ethan Draayom,
Daniel Floyd, Parker King
and Megan Mosley
All A's in Science: Mor-
gan Fries, Danielle Runnels,
Eli Whitehead, Emily Whor-
well, Tyler Adkison, Sara
Smith,Perla Valdovinos,
Daniel Floyd, Megan Mos-
ley, Whit Pettis, Katlin Pend-
leton, Elizabeth Bowen, Tea
Creamer, Jenna Kindig and
Steven Fritz
All A's in World Cul-
tures: Perla Valdovinos, Tea
Creamer, Kendal Daniels,
Elizabeth Bowen, Whit Pet-
tis, Madison Bau, Danielle
Runnels, Ethan Draayom,
Daniel Floyd, Steven Fritz,
Jenna Kindig, Austin Wyatt,
Morgan Fries, Sara Smith,
Parker King, Katlin Pendle-
ton, Shelby Savell, Eli White-
head and Colby Williams
All A's in Language:
Paisley Bruner, Eli White-
head, Tea Creamer, Whit
Pettis, Steven Fritz, Madi-
son Bau, Emily Whorwell,
Elizabeth Bowen, Rosio



RMS FIFTH

from page A3
Caleb Hodges, Colby James,
Dallas Jones, Zernard Keith,
Vince Kriser, Sydni Low-
ery, Mackenzie Lunsford,
Jonathan Malloy, Gianna
Mathews, Mackenzie Miles,
Travis Minton, Kristian
Mitchell, Hannah Moore,
Taylor Munroe, Shelby New-
some, Kayla O'Neal, Faith
Padgett, Julaiann Padgett,
Annie Pettis, Jaccob Prokes,
Maria Reyes, Madison
Reynolds, Kylee Rhodes,
Austin Sapp, Claudia Sea-
man, Blake Sheppard,
Cynthia Smith, Zoe Thacker,
Angel Thompson Katie Uss-
ery, Ansleigh Walters, Sony
Ward, Heather Wheeler,
Chase Whitaker, Chris Wolfe
and Julie Ziolkowski.
All A's in all subjects all
year: Chase Boyett, Sawyer
Gage, Grace Gilbert, Caitlin
Granger, Lauryl Grace Hin-
son,, Taylor Monroe, Shelby
Newsome, Faith Padgett,
Cynthia Smith, Zoe Thacker
and Ansleigh Walters,
Fifth grade citizenship
award: Madison Kent and
Grant Rowell.


Martinez, Ethan Draayom,
Kendal Daniels, Midrell
Pittman, Daniel Floyd, Ka-
tie Griggs, Morgan Fries,
Trenton Brock, Yeidianna
Hopkins, Perla Valdovinos,
Madison Jordan, Colby Wil-
liams, Megan Mosley, Tyler
Adksion, Katlin Pendleton,
Danielle Runnels, Savannah
Orr, Jenna Kindig and Sara
Smith
All As in Math: Tyler
Adkison,Yeidianna Hopkins,
Nicole Barfield, Jenna Kin-
dig, Madison Bau, Parker
King, Angel Baxley, Amber
Lampley, Elizabeth Bowen,
Rosio Martinez, Chloe Brun-
er, Brroke McGowin, Dalton
Canipe, Megan Mosley, Nya-
sia Cook, Whit Pettis, Tea
Creamer, Midrell Pittman,
Kendal Daniels, Danielle
Runnels. Selena Davis. Al-


lie Sapp, Ethan Draayom,
Shelby Savell, Daniel Floyd,
Cassidy Smith, Trent For-
rest, Sara Smith, Morgan
Fries, Perla Valdovinos,
Steven Fritz, Cassie West,
Michelle Fuston, Eli White-
head, Alyssa Gainer, Emily
Whorwell, Katie Griggs,
Austin Wyatt, Lexi Helms,
Maegen Zauner, and Katlin
Pendleton
Highest Average in
Math (Lynn Owen's Class):
Zachary Campbell
Highest A.R. points for
the year: Dalton Canipe
- 515.5points, Brooke Reyn-
olds 329.4 points, Seth Bat-
ton 261.3 points,Yeidianna
Hopkins 243.8, Cassidy
Smith 212 points, Ethan
Draayom 195.9 and Megan
Mosley 150.6
Top reader in Malloy's


second period class: Ty
Cauley
Met accelerated read-
ing goal all year: Angel
Baxley, Trenton Brock,
Chloe Bruner, Taylor Col-
lins, Nyasia Cook, Kendal
Daniels, Steven Fritz, Am-
ber Lampley, Savannah Orr,
Whit Pettis, Midrell Pittman,
Cheyenne Rabon, Sara
Smith, Haylie Windham,
Austin Wyatt, Ashlee Cates,
Brooke Reynolds, Dalton
Canipe, Alyssa Gainer, An-
astasia Williams, Brianna
Dempsey, Caleb Rogers,
Cassidy Smith, Daniel Floyd,
Danielle Runnels, Elizabeth
Bowen, Emily Whorwell,
Essence Williams, Ethan
Draayom, Katie Griggs,
Madison Bau, Megan Mos-
ley, Perla Valdovinos and
Yeidianna Hopkins


REQUEST FOR QUOTES
The Chipola Regional Workforce
Development Board (CRWDB) is
currently accepting bids for the
cleaning of the One-Stop Center and
the Administrative Office located in
the Rim Plaza, 4636 Highway 90 in
Marianna, Florida. To receive a copy
of the Bid Specifications please call
Lisa Wells at 850-718-0456, ext.
101, or go to our website located at
www.onestopahead.com and clock
on the link Request for Quote
Office Cleaning. Sealed bids should
be submitted to the CRWDB by July
8, 2010 at 3:00 P.M. (CT). EOE/Drug
Free Workplace/Minority Owned
Businesses Encouraged to Apply. The
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Wednesday, June 23, 2010


Looking forward to the Watermelon Festival RMS EIGHTH from page A5


WBGC-Radio in Chipley began
broadcasting in April 1956, 54 years
ago. Our second son, Grant Wells,
made his advent into the world that
same month, mak-
ing him 54 years old.
He, along with wife,
ka Lynn, son, Mac and
daughter, Virginia, of
Houston, Texas, plan
to attend the water-
melon festival this
PERRY'S year, their first.
PRATTLE The upcoming
Perry Wells mammoth water-
melon festival is
just two days away. It, too, had its
humble beginnings in 1956, marking
this year's event as No. 54.
Thirty years at the helm as
chairman of the Watermelon Fes-
tival still causes my mind to reflect
on events of the past, especially
the high level of talent we have had
come our way.
On Saturday, June 26, Keith
Nixon, a Washington County native,
will headline the music staged in
the air conditioned auditorium if the
Agriculture Center. All shows at the
two day event are absolutely free.
Keith Nixon, son of Millard Nixon
and Linda Joiner Nixon, of Chipley,
is now based in Nashville, the coun-
try music capitol of the world, as his
musical career continues to spiral
upward.
The young entertainer started
playing guitar at the age of six
when his maternal grandfather,
Woodie Joiner, taught him his first
chords on the instrument. Family
has always been a source of sup-
port and encouragement for Keith.
At the age of 12, he traveled with
his mother, a singer in the gospel
group, Clouds of Joy, accompanying
them on bass, then the guitar. That
band was headed by Wausau's Roy


Lee Carter.
Upon completing Chipley High
School in 1985, the artist was asked
to play guitar for a local country
band, later receiving regional ac-
claim in the GMC/True Value Hard-
ware Country Showdown in Destin.
They took home the trophy for that
competition.
Early band associates, A.D. Da-
vis, Sven Davis and Jimmy Miller,
are his longtime friends. They trea-
sure the experiencing for opening
a concert for Tracy Byrd in their
musical endeavors.
While working in sales in East
Tennessee, Keith had the opportu-
nity to play music with a bluegrass
band in the Smoky Mountain resort
town of Gatlinburg.
His music was placed on "hold"
for a number of years while pursu-
ing his employment. In 2001, he
and co-worker and friend, Rusty
Culbertson, wrote their first song.
One of the songs written by this
duo, "The Day I found You" was
later "pitched" by the publish-
ing company to legendary singer,
George Jones.
In August 2002, with the help
of a Knoxville studio, Keith com-
pleted his first recording project.
As his music gained recognition,
the aspiring musician moved to
Nashville where he met Larry Shell
and landed his first publishing deal.
"Meeting so many people who could
help me in the business in such a
short time has been a blessing",
states Keith.
His songs have now been fur-
ther pitched to such greats George
Strait, Sammy Kershaw, Jeff Bates
and Reba McEntyre. He has en-
joyed writing with some of Nash-
ville's finest songwriters, Terry
Clark, Alan Jackson, Alison Krauss,
Craig Morgan and others.


In January 2007, Keith and
co-writers, John Pennell and Jeff
Barbara, were honored to have the
song "I Never Knew" chosen as one
of the top ten of 300 songs submitted
to BMI's Catalog Cast. They have
recently learned that their song,
"Feeling Like El Paso" will be fea-
tured on Charlie Sizemore's upcom-
ing release for Rounder Records.
The Washington County ris-
ing star in the music world will be
bringing seasoned Nashville musi-
cians to the Chipley Watermelon
Festival. They include Stan Saxon
on drums, who has music experi-
ence with David Frizzell, Shelly
West and Jeannie Seely. Rick
Wright, who plays lead guitar for
Connie Smith, has also played for
Marty Stuart on the RFD Channel.
Doug Jernigan, a Pensacola na-
tive who is a cousin to Chipley's
Rena Harrell, has appeared with
Jimmy Dickens, Lorrie Morgan and
Vassar Clements. Keith's long time
musical associate, Joe Miller, cur-
rently travels with Bluegrass Art-
ists, Tim Graves and Cherokee.
Teresa Tiller Brown, Dell Corbin
, Steve Whittington and all the 1985
Chipley High School graduates,
and classmates of Keith Nixon, are
alerted to form yourselves into a
cheering section, sending up rous-
ing cheers as your classmate comes
home to entertain townspeople and
visitors at the 54th annual water-
melon festival.
James Hood and his group, Ce-
dar Creek Bluegrass, will also be
entertaining for festival visitors on
the Saturday lineup of talent.
Carefully read your colorful wa-
termelon festival brochure and plan
to be in Chipley for all the festivities
listed. We look forward to seeing
you. Don't you dare miss it!
See you all next week.


KMS All-A

HONOR ROLL


CHIPLEY Kate M.
Smith Elementary an-
nounces the All-A honor
roll:
Second grade: Bene-
dict Andal. Chase Aycock,
Brionna Belanger, Dylan
Bragg, Amari Carswell,
Olivia Cloud, Kassie
Crooks, Maiya Damon,
Olivia Floyd, Hanna Gid-
ney, Jenna Gilmore, Abbie
Grissett, Whisper Guyer,
Hannah Hailes, Emmalee
Harrington, Ashleigh
Hicks, Anori Hixon, Lind-
say Moore, Ella Page,
Bailey Patterson, Brody
Paulk, John Rich, Fal-
lon Standland, Karleigh
Walters, Caleb Watford,
Samantha Whitaker, Kyla
Wilson and Travis
Wyatt.
Third grade: Abigail
Anderson, Alana Bare-
field, Connor Barrett,
Jack Bau, Nicole Bell,
Austin Berry, Cody Bo-
name, Haylee Bonner,
Nathaniel Bowen, Kaysha
Brannum, Emily Broom,
Kathryn Burdeshaw, Mi-
kai Carswell, Kolton Cox,
Kaitlin Cumbie, Austin


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Gardenier, James Gliem,
Dustin Gunn, Graften
Harcus, Klaytin Hendrix,
Melanie Hendry, Autumn
Hingson, Joseph Jordan,
Macey Kirkland, Mad-
elynn McClain, Ciara
McEnyre, Cullan Murry,
Raychel Oldaker, Michael
Peacock, Andrew Pop-
chock, Mallory Ray, Dylan
Rudd, Abby Sapp, Caitlyn
Smith, Ashten Tharp,
Travares Ward, Mason
Wheeler, Christian
White.
Fourth grade: Tucker
Alderman, Emily Ander-
son, Nathaniel Anderson,
Kaitlyn Bland, Cameron
Carter, Justin Carter,
Addie Cook, Mason
Cook, Noah Gustason,
Shyzianna Guster, Brian
Hall, Kaylee Jeffries,
Eric Lampley, Richard
Latham, Skyler Richter,
Heather Stephens, Kylan
Swain, Kyndal Syfett,
Lila Taylor, Mackenzie,
Thompson, Jared Wat-
ford, Briton Watson, Brian
Williams, Bylan Williams,
Haylee Williams, Jamison
York, James Zauner.


Strickland, Tristan Hartzog,
Hunter Crews, Alexis John-
son and Billy Woodham
Highest average in
Reading: Hunter Crews,
Madison Carter and Casey
Strickland
All A's in Science:
Myiesha Boston, Madi-
son Carter, Tyler Daniels,
Hunter Harden, Tristan
Hartzog, Billy Woodham,
Allison Hayes, Matt Mosley,
Joshua Nedeau, Allison Pet-
tis, Casey Strickland, Colby
Wiggins, Richard Daven-
port, Logan Justice, Evan
Pemberton, Olivia Saunders,
Cary Laird, Alexis John-
son, Sarah Gilbert, Emily
Kent, Sarah Kriser, Melanie
Prescott and Zi'Andra Bos-
ton
Highest average in Sci-
ence: Olivia Saunders, Cary
Laird, Billy Woodham, Ryan
Guyer and Matt Mosley
All A's in Social Studies:
Madison Carter, Tyler Dan-
iels, Farrah Davis, Richard
davenport, Hunter Harden,
Tristan Hartzog, Logan Jus-
tice, Olivia Saunders, Codi
Smith, Casey Strickland,
Trista Waits, Christina Wil-
liams, Haley Williams, Matt
fisher, Erin Stewart, Joshua
Lowery, Dalton Pettis,
Mykaal Hooks, Allen Sisson,
Angel Finch, Thomas Hall-
man, Alexis Johnson, Taylor
Kent, Cary Laird, Matt
Mosley, Sagar Patel, Melanie
Prescott, Lillie Lenderman,
Hunter Crews, Myiesha
Boston, Sarah Gilbert, Billy
Woodham, Isaac Guettler,
Sarah Guettler, Hunter Hol-
land and Colby Wiggins
Highest average in
Social Studies: Billy Wood-
ham, Olivia Saunders and
Cary Laird and Monique
Baxley
All A's in Language
Arts: Tristan Hartzog, Lo-
gan Justice, Angel Finch,
Sarah Kriser, Richard
Davenport, Alexis Johnson,
Allison Pettis, Codi Smith,
Billy Woodham, Christina
Williams, Mykaal Hooks,
Madison Carter, Tyler Dan-
iels, Sarah Gilbert, Evan
Pemberton, Hunter Harden,
Cary Laird, Matt Mosley,
Olivia Saunders, Hunter
Crews, Casey Strickland,
Trista Waits, Colby Wiggins
and Haley Williams
Highest average in Lan-
guage Arts: Cary Laird and
Mykaal Hooks, Gary Ayers
and Hunter Crews
All A's in Math: Parisha
Massaline, Madison Carter,
Tyler Daniels, Tristan Hartz-
og, Richard Davenport, Sar-
ah Gilbert, Sarah Guettler,
Hunter Harden, Alexis
Johnson, Logan Justice,
Cary Laird, Kacy Lawson,
Matt Mosley, Olivia Saun-
ders, Billy Woodham, Casey
Strickland, Colby Wiggins,
Amynah Binmafooz, Erin
Wright, Jordan Finch, Hunt-
er Crews, Isaac Guettler,
Ben Bridges, Farrah Davis,
Taylor Kent, Miranda Odom
and Melanie Prescott
Highest average in
Math: Parisha Massaline,
Hunter Crews, Olivia Saun-
ders and Anna Josey


All A's in Computer
Applications: Erik Beck,
Angel Finch, Myiesha
Boston, Benja,in Bridges,
Paige Carter, Tyler Daniels,
Richard Davenport, Isaac
Guettler, Olivia Saunders,
Christina Williams, Erin
Wright, Jordan Finch,
Tristan Hartzog, Macie Hor-
ton, Alexis Johnson, Logan
Justice, Stephen Kauffman,
Emily Kent, Taylor Kent,
Melanie Prescott, Melissa
Rhoden, Haley Williams,
Madison Carter, Sarah
Gilbert, David King, Cary
Laird, Matt Mosley, Nathan
Rolling, Farrah Davis, Alexis
Goynes, Hunter Harden,
Emaleigh Munn, Casey
Strickland, Trista Waits,
Colby Wiggins, Amynah
Binmahfooz, Cheyenne
Fenwick, Sabrina Goodman,
Sarah Kriser, Kacy Law-
son, Allison Pettis and Codi
Smith
Highest average in
Computer Applications:
Olivia Saunders
Met accelerated read-
ing goals all year: Farrah
Davis, Jordan Finch, Sarah
Gilbert, Sarah Kriser, Seth
Pemberton, Codi Smith,
Casey Strickland, Trey
Brown, Myiesha Boston,
Zi'Andra Boston, Paige
Carter, TJ Fears, Alexis
Johnson, Josh Nedeau, Kacy
Lawson, Stephen Kauff-
man, David Natale, Shyanne
James, Trista Waits and Dil-
lon Ussery
All A's in Band: Kyle Ay-
cock, Amynah Binmahfooz,
Allie Cumbie, Chase Dalton,
Tyler Daniels, Richard Dav-
enport, Darby Jones, David
King, Cary Laird, Daniel
Lane, Spencer Lee, Mathew
Mosley, Miranda Odom, Ty-
ler Roberts, Olivia Saunders,
Nolan Spencer and Erin
Stewart
Physical Education
awards: Madison Carter,
Farrah Davis, Sarah Gilbert,
Sabrina Goodman, Sarah
Guettler, Hunter Harden,
Allie Hayes, Macie Hor-
ton, Logan Justice, Kacy
Lawson, Emaleigh Munn,
Josh Nedeau, Sagar Patel,
Melanie Prescott, Caitlyn
Sisson, Codi Smith, Casey
Strickland, Brandon Thomas
and Colby Wiggins
Developmental Skills
awards: Christopher Acker-
man, Chad Barcena, Evan
Pemberton, James Taylor
Justin Hayes Memorial
Award-Male/Female: Sarah
Gilbert, Kickobe McCrary
and Jordan Finch
Student Council
awards: President -Isaac
Guettler; 8th Grade Repre-
sentative At-Large Seth
Pemberton; Secretary-
Farrah Davis; Treasurer-
Tristan Hartzog; 8th Grade
Homeroom Representa-
tives: Erin Wright, Kickobe
McCrary, Jillian Chance,
Austin Padgett, Allison Pet-
tis, Hunter Crews, Angel
Finch, Casey Strickland,
Cierra Hobby
National Junior Honor
Society awards: Amynah
Binmahfooz, Myiesha Bos-
ton, Madison Carter, Mor-
gan Carter, Tyler Daniels,
Richard Davenport, Farrah
Davis, Richard Finch, Sarah
Gilbert, Isaac Guettler,
Hunter Harden, Tristan
Hartzog, Allison Hayes, Ma-
cie Horton, Alexis Johnson,
Logan Justice, Stephen
Kauffman, Taylor Kent,
Sarah Kriser, Cary Laird,
Kacy Lawson, Matt Mos-
ley, Emaleigh Munn, Josh
Nedeau, Miranda Odom,
Austin Padgett, Seth Pem-
berton, Allison Pettis, Mela-
nie Prescott, Olivia Saun-
ders, Codi Smith, Casey
Strickland, Dillon Ussery,
Trista Waits, Colby Wiggins,
Christina Williams, Haley
Williams and Erin Wright.


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CHIPLEY There were multiple inju-
ries in a single-vehicle wreck on Inter-
state 10 Wednesday morning at about
10:25 a.m., according to a news re-
lease from the Florida Highway Patrol.
Joni Cain, 23, of Westville, was
driving a 2000 Ford SUV east on the
interstate when the vehicle suffered
a right-rear tire separation. The SUV
skidded sideways into the median and
overturned once. An adult passenger,
Alisha Holland, 22, of Chipley and two
children ages 1 1 and 12 were ejected
from the vehicle.
Cain was airlifted to Southeast Ala-
bama Medical Center in Dothan, AL in
serious condition. Holland was airlifted
to Bay Medical Center in critical condi-
tion. The westbound lane of 1-10 was
closed for about 30 minutes for the
helicopters. Chipley Fire and Rescue,
Washington County EMS and Washing-
ton County Sheriff's Office were also on
the scene.
Neither adult was listed as wearing
a seatbelt by FHP. No further informa-
tion was released on the children.


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Washington County News I A7


RMS Final

All-AB

HONOR

ROLL
CHIPLEY-Roulhac
Middle School announces
its All-AB honor rollfor the
year:
Fifth grade: Lane Ad-
ams, Nathaniel Aycock,
Ryan, Aycock, Olivia Bell,
Richard Bell, Desiree
Beman, Abigail Bridges,
Kaylie Brown, Anna Cau-
sey, Kallee Chamberlain,
James Clark, Ashley
Clopton, Nanthaniel Craw-
ford, Sierra Donaldson,
Trvin Downward, Ethan
Edenfield,, Job Formby,,
Warren Gainey, Cara Grif-
fin, Kierra Guster, Stacey
Hamilton, Hannah Hardest,
Christopher Harrington,
Bradley Hobby, Casey Hol-
land, Austin Holley Crys-
tian Hunter, Caleb Huchin,
Colby James, Dallas Jones,
Madison Kent, Clair Kriser,
Tiffany Lee, Octavia Mas-
saline, Gideon Massey,
Gianna Mathews, Jessy
Mayo, Juliann Padgett,
Kayla O'Neal, Maria Reyes,
Madison Reynolds, Ina
Robinson, Catera Roulhac,
John Rowell, Austin Sapp,
Bethany Seay, Adrian Sims,
Seth Singletary, Austin
Skipper, Dakota Skipper,
Elaijuah Staten, Jessia
Thames, Gary Therman,
Brittany Usery, Jared
Waldrip, Heather Wheeler,
Kristen Williams, Ric'Kina
Williams and Christopher
Wolfe.
Sixth grade: Nicole
Barfield, Seth Batton,
Angelia Baxley, Trenton
Brock, Chole Burner, Jes-
sica Campbell, Zacharey
Campbell, Dalton Canipe,
Nyasia Cook, Madison
Curry, Cole Daniels, Kendal
Daniels, Selena Davis, Car-
ring Estes, Joshua Formby,
Landon Forrest, Dakota
Francies, Alyssa Gainer,
Dvonta Ghant, Katie
Griggs, Jacob Hailes, Lexi
Helms, Lori Helms, Amber
Lampley, Sandra Leon-
berger, Skyler Leonberger,
Rosio Martinez, Elexa
Page, Mitchel Pleas, Taylor
Redding, Keith Robinson,
Caleb Rogers, Zane Rog-
ers, Danielle Runnels, Allie
Sapp, Shelby Savell, Cas-
sidy Smith,Nathan Specer,
Aaron Smolen, Hannah
Stephens, Colby Williams,
Essence Williams, Haylie
Windham and Austin Wyatt.
Seventh grade:
Heather Anderson, Angel
Aukema, Anena Blevins,
Savanna Bowen, Julie
Carrol, Kenniess Cauley,
Joshua Chambliss, Brittney
Cope, Kacie Crews, Devan
Daniels, Zephany Daniels,
Mikela Davis, Austin Dear-
ing, Zameria Fisher, Alexis
Fritz, Jessie GaineyZackey
Gibson, Victoria Guilford,
Bradley Hall, Monika Hen-
derson, Ashlyn Jeffries,
Davis Kilgore, Andrew
King, William Land, Jessica
Massey, Jordan Melende,
Kyli Miner, Brandon Nel-
lums, Krystal Pratt, Gen-
esis Pruitt, Kyle Rabon,
Kaitlyn Register, Thomas,
Richard, Sacanna Schaubh,
Madison Shifflett, Emily
Smith, Silas Swint, Kenneth
Vickery, Sydney Ward and
Courtney Woods
Eighth grade: Christo-
pher Ackerman, Marisol
Barajas, Chad Barcena,
Zi'Andra Boston, Benjamin
Bridges, Morgan Carter,
Jullian Chance, Hunter
Crews, Chase Dlton, Ciara
Davis, Farrah Davis, Chey-
enne Fenwick, Angel Finch,
Richard Finch, Alexis
Goynes, Isaac Guettler,
Sarah Guettler, Lorie
Hamm, Allison Hayes, Ma-
cie Horton, Stephen Kauff-
man, Emily Kent, Taylor
Kent, Sarah Kriser, Daniel
Lane, Kacy Lawson, Pari-
sha Massaline, Emaleigh
Munn, Joshua Nedeau,
Miranda Odom, Austin,


Padgett, Sagar Patel, Seth
Pemberton, Allison Pettis,
Justyce Potter, Melanie
Prescott, Nathan Rolling,
Brittney Sanders, Codi
Smith, James Taylor, Dillon
Ussery, Brent Whittington,
Colby Wiggins, William Wil-
son, Erin Wright.


RMS AB HONOR ROLL


CHIPLEY Roulhac Middle School an-
nounces its AB honor roll for the fourth
nine weeks grading period:
Fifth grade: Lane Adams, Nathaniel
Aycock, Ryan, Aycock, Olivia Bell, De-
siree Beman, Abigail Bridges, Kaylie
Brown, Anna Causey, Kallee Chamber-
lain, James Clark, Ashley Clopton, Nan-
thaniel Crawford, Olivia Davis, Sierra
Donaldson, Trvin Downward, Ethan
Edenfield, Lauren Finch, Job Formby,
Caroline Fowler, Warren Gainey Ja-
leal Gibson, Austin Gray, Cara Griffin,
Christopher Harrington, Bradley Hobby,
Casey Holland, Austin Holley Crystian
Hunter, Colby James, Madison Kent,
Clair Kriser, Tiffany Lee, Octavia Mas-
saline, Gianna Mathews, Jessy Mayo,
Kristian Mitchell, Kayla O'Neal, Maria
Reyes, Madison Reynolds, Ina Robinson,
Catera Roulhac, John Rowell, Austin
Sapp, Claudia Seaman, Bethany Seay,
Blake Sheppard, Adrian Sims, Seth Sin-
gletary, Cori Speights, Melissa Stieglitz,
Angel Thompson, Brittany Usery, Jared
Waldrip, Heather Wheeler, Kristen Wil-
liams, Ric'Kina Williams, Sarah Wilson,
Christopher Wolfe and Kierra Woodham
Sixth grade: Nicole Barfield, Madi-
son Bau, Angelia Baxley, Trenton Brock,
Chole Burner, Jessica Campbell, Dalton
Canipe, Tea Creamer, Madison Curry,
Cole Daniels, Kendal Daniels, Selena
Davis, Ethan Draayom, Carring Estes,
Landon Forrest, Alyssa Gainer, Dvonta


CHIPLEY -Roulhac
Middle School announces
its All A's fourth nine
weeks grading period:
Fifth grade: Richard
Bell, Yusuf Binmahfooz,
Reshadd Blackmon,
Alyssa Bonner, William
Boyett, Maddison Collins,
Dylon Dalton, Alexander
Davis, Elizabeth Fleener,
Sawyer Gage, Jasmine
Garvin, Grace Gilbert,
Nathan Glover, Caitlin
Granger, Kierra Guster,
Beau Harden, Hannah
Hardsty, Lauryl Hinson,
Wendell Hodges, Phillip
Justice, Madison Kincaid,
Sydni Lowery, Macken-
zie Lunsford, Jonathan
Malloy, Olivia Marshall,
Mackenzie Miles, Kris-
tian Mitchell, Hannah
Moore, Lewis Morales,


Ghant, Katie Griggs, Lori Helms, Am-
ber Lampley, Sandra Leonberger, Rosio
Martinez, Brroke McGowin, Midrell Pit-
tman, Zane Rogers, Danielle Runnels,
Shelby Savell, Aaron Smolen, Hannah
Stephens, Jason Terrell, Brandon Thom-
as, Emily Whorwell, Essence Williams,
Hunter Windham, Austin Wyatt, Meagen
Zauner.
Seventh grade: Savanna Bowen,
Joshua Chambliss, Zephany Daniels,
Daniel Davis, Austin Dearing, Zameria
Fisher, Alexis Fritz, Victoria Guilford,
Monika Henderson, Ashlyn Jeffries,
Davis Kilgore, Andrew King, Jessica
Massey, Chelsea McEntyer, Brandon
Nellums, Madison Shifflett, Emily Smith,
Silas Swint,
Eighth grade: Chad Barcena,
Zi'Andra Boston, Benjamin Bridges,
Morgan Carter, Chase Dlton, Farrah
Davis, Cheyenne Fenwick, Angel Finsh,
Richard Finch, Sabrina Goodman, Isaac
Guettler, Sarah Guettler, Ryan Guyer,
Thomas Hallman, Allison Hayes, Taylor
Hayes, Macie Horton, Devon James,
Darby Jones, Emily Kent, Sarah Kriser,
Daniel Lane, Parisha Massaline, Ema-
leigh Munn, Joshua Nedeau, Miranda
Odom, Austin, Padgett, Seth Pemberton,
Allison Pettis, Justyce Potter, Melanie
Prescott, Nathan Rolling, Brittney Sand-
ers, Codi Smith, Dillon Ussery, Trista
Waits, John Walsingham, Colby Wiggins,
Haley Williams and Erin Wright.


RMS ALL-A's
Taylor Munroe, Shelby
Newsome, Faith Padgett,
Juliann Padgett, Kylee
Rhodes, Cynthia Smith,
Elaijuah Staten, Zoe,
Thacker, Katherine Uss-
ery, Ansleigh Walters,
Sony Ward, Hunter War-
ren, Charles Witaker,
Katie Williams and Julie
Ziolkowski.
Sixth grade: Austin
Adkison, Elizabeth Bow-
en, Daniel FLoyd, Morgan
Fries, Steven Fritz, Jenna
Kindig, Parker King, Me-
gan Mosley, Savanna Orr,
Katlin Pendleton, Whitley
Pettis, Sara Smith, Perla
Valdovinos and Eli White-
head
Seventh grade: Angle
Aukema, Wyatt Brock, Mi-
kaela Davis, Kelsey Gil-
ley, Carley Mead, Kaitlyn


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Eighth grade: Chris-
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ters, Trent Walters, Sony Ward, Katie Williams,
Kerra Woodham and Julie Ziolkowski
Sixth grade: Austin Adkison, Madison Bau,
Elizabeth Bowen, Tea Creamer, Jacob Daniels,
Ethan Braayom, Daniel Floyd, Morgan Fries,
Steven Fritz, Jenna Kindig, Parker King, Me-
gan Mosley, Savanna Orr, Katlin Pendleton,
Whitley Pettis, Midrell Pittman, Sara Smith,
Perla Valdovinos, Eli Whitehead, Emily Whor-
well, and Megen Zauner
Seventh grade: Wyatt Brock, Kayla Cole-
man, Kelsey Gilley, Chelsea McEntyre, Carley
Mead, Jade Smelcer, Noah Smothers, Mary
Taylor
Eighth grade: Amynh Binmahfooz, Myie-
sha Bostin, Madison Carter, Tyler Daniels,
Richard Davenport, Sarah Gilbert, Hunter
Hardin, Tristan Hartzog, Alexis Johnson, Lo-
gan Justice, Cary Laird, Matthew Mosley, Evan
Pemberton, Olivia Saunders, Casey Strickaldn,
Trista Waits, Christina Williams and Haley Wil-
liams.


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TOURIST DEVELOPMENT

COUNCIL
CHIPLEY The Washington County Tourist
Development Council will meet at 5 p.m., June
28 at the Washington County Chamber of Com-
merce Building on 5th Street. Applications for
grants include Pulling for Education, Seacrest
Wolf Preserve's "Howl-O-Ween" and Spanish
Trail Playhouse "Nunsense Jamboree."
A workshop will be held at 4 p.m. prior to
the regular meeting.
Next workshop Monday, July 26, at 4 p.m.,
and next meeting Monday, July 26, at 5 p.m.


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Wednesday, JUNE 23,2010 Washington County News 0 Holmes County Times-Advertiser PAGE 1
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Washington,

Holmes

at a glance

'The Biggest
All Night Sing in
the World"
BONIFAY The
Bonifay Kiwanis Club
presents "The Biggest
All Night Sing in the
World" on Saturday,
July 3 at Holmes
County High School,
825 West Highway
90 in Bonifay. The
sing begins at 6
p.m. and will feature
The Hoppers, The
Triumphant Quartet,
The Gann Family,
The Bibletones, The
Greens and the talent
search winner.
Reserved seats are
$18 each and are
available by phone
only at 850-547-
5363 (Master Card
and Visa accepted);
general admission
seats are $13 and
$15 at the door;
children 6-1 1 $5
at the door only;
general advance
group tickets for 10
or more, call for a
discount at 547-
5363.
Tickets are available
in Bonifay: Bonifay
City Hall; Bonifay
IGA; Bonifay Piggly
Wiggly; The Bank
of Bonifay; Holmes
County Chamber
of Commerce;
Chipley: The Bank Of
Bonifay; Marianna;
Basford's Christian
Store; Panama
City; Christian
Bread Basket;
Pensacola, Milton,
and Crestview, Fort
Walton; Gospel
Lighthouse Bible
Bookstores, Dothan
Ala.; Dove Christian
Supply; Enterprise
Ala.; and Dove
Christian Supply.
A gospel music
talent search for
soloists and groups
will be held at 1 p.m.
on July 3.
First prize $250,
plus studio time at
Studio 812 and a
spot on stage to
sing; second prize
$150 and third prize
$75. The entry fee
is $50 plus ticket
to the sing. For an
entry form, rules and
guidelines sheet, go
to Bonifaykiwanis.
org or call 850-547-
5363.

INDEX
Society............. ......... Page B2
Obituaries... ..... Page B4
Classifieds.................... Page B5



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Things to do in
Washington, Holmes and
Surrounding Counties
Check out or submit events at
www.chipleypaper.com
or www.bonifaynow.com
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T. GRAHAM Food concessions
BROWN will be provided by
the Chipley Fire De-
The Panhandle
Shrine Club pancake
breakfast will be
7-9 a.m. at the Pan-
handle Shrine Club
on Brickyard Road.
Tickets are $4 at the
KEITH door.
NIXON The 5,000-meter
run will start at 7:30
p.m. at Washington-
Holmes Technical
Center. For information,
call Stan Owens at 547-
2422.
The Watermelon
Festival parade begins
at 10 a.m. and travels
SHANE of Old Chipley High
OWENS School through down-
town. There is no regis-
tration and for information call Travis
Pitts at 850-209-8067.
The antique car show will run all
day across Highway 77 from the Ag
Center at Washington-Holmes Techni-
cal Center. For information, call John
Ostrowski at 638-7370 or 638-1234.
The Washington County Arts Council
art show and sale will be 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. in the east wing of the Ag Center.


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Festival Chairman Colby Peel said
that more than 80 entries have been
submitted so far. For information, go to
WashingtonCountyArts.org.
Miss Watermelon Victoria Ward
and her court will be recognized at 11
p.m.
The horseshoe pitching tourna-
ment begins at 1 p.m. at the Ag Center.
See John Claghorn for information.
Everyone is invited to enjoy a free
slice of watermelon courtesy of the
Kiwanis Club.
The big watermelon auction will be-
gin at 12:30 p.m. with proceeds going
to the Watermelon Festival to provide
for future festivals. Melons can be en-


tered Thursday and Friday until 1 p.m.
See Andy Andreasen at the Ag Center.
Entertainment on Saturday will fea-
ture the Cedar Creek Bluegrass band
at 10:30 a.m. and at 2 p.m. Chipley's
own Keith Nixon returns as the fea-
ture artist at the Washington County
Ag Center.
Admission to all events at the Ag
Center is free.
The festival is funded in part by
the Washington County Tourist De-
velopment Council, Community South
Credit Union and Northwest Florida
Community Hospital. For more infor-
mation, visit www.PanhandleWater-
melonFestival.com.


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Regional EVENTS


Music By Moonlight returns
to Landmark Park
DOTHAN Music By Moonlight,
the annual concert series at Land-
mark Park, will be presented by Mu-
sic South on June 24 and July 8, 22
at 7:30 p.m.
Bring your blanket, lawn chairs
and picnic supper and enjoy music
under the stars on the Gazebo lawn.
Admission is free. The Martin Drug-
store and Shelley General Store at
Landmark Park will be open during
the concerts.
The series will open on June 10
with local favorite, The Moonlight-
ers. On June 24, Major Change: A


Jazz Sextet will take the stage. Larry
Andrews will perform on July 8. The
series will close on July 22 with the
Troy University and Dothan Com-
munity Bands.
For more information, contact
the park at 334-794-3452 or visit
MusicSouth's website at www.mu-
sicsouth.org.

Outdoor Alabama
photo exhibit
DOTHAN Landmark Park will
feature the winning photographs of
the 2010 Outdoor Alabama Photo
Contest in the Interpretive Center
Lobby through July 30.


Throughout the year, the collec-
tion of winning images from the 2010
Outdoor Alabama Photo Contest
travels all over Alabama, highlight-
ing striking scenes from every sea-
son and native wildlife from across
the state. These stunning color
photographs were all taken in Ala-
bama by amateur photographers.
The winning images represent 10
categories, including: scenic, birds,
mammals, reptiles/amphibians, oth-
er wildlife, nature-based recreation,
flora, state parks, and youth ages 6
to 12 and 13 to 18.
Admission to view the exhibit
is free with paid admission to the
park ($4 for adults, $3 for children 4-
15, free for members and children 3


and under).
For more information, contact
the park at 334-794-3452.

Digitarium Planetarium
DOTHAN Landmark Park an-
nounces the installation of the new
Digitarium Planetarium. Regular
Planetarium hours are Saturday at
11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. and Sun-
day at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. All summer,
in addition to the regular hours, the
Digitarium Planetarium will hold
special summertime hours on Tues-
day at 1 p.m. and Friday at 1 p.m. and
3 p.m. For more information, contact
the park office at 334-794-3452 or visit
www.landmarkpark.com.


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Society


Wednesday, June 23, 2010


Births, Birthdays and ENGAGEMENTS


Joshlynn Celeste Mathis birth
Ashleigh and Josh Mathis announce the birth of their daughter Joshlynn Ce-
leste Mathis. Joshlynn was born at 11:38 p.m. June 5, 2010, and weighed 5 pounds
and was 17 3/4 inches long. She was welcomed home by her three big brothers,
Justin Chase, Jace Cole and Johnathan Craig Mathis and lots of family and friends.


Hodge and West
to wed
Rick Hodge and Rhonda
Jones of Bonifay announce
the upcoming marriage of
their daughter, Rachael
Elizabeth Hodge, to Gar-
rett Dwayne West of Boni-
fay.
The bride elect is the
granddaughter of Clifford
and Charlene Hodge and
Billy Cook and the late
Lucille Cook. Rachael is a
2009 graduate of Chipola
College. She is seeking a
communications degree
from the University of West
Florida in Pensacola.
Garrett is the son of
Jimmy and Cheryl West of
Bonifay. He is the grand-


son of the late Alton and
Opal Scarbrough and the
late Charles Adoskie and
Euvada West. Garrett is a
2009 graduate of the Uni-
versity of West Florida and
is employed by Carmel As-
sembly of God Church.


The wedding will take
place on July 10 at 2 p.m.
at Carmel Assembly of
God Church. A reception
will follow in the church
fellowship hall. All family
and friends are invited to
attend.


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Kinsley Dakota
Sherrouse celebrates
her first birthday
Kinsley Dakota Sherrouse
celebrated her 1st birthday
on May 5, 2010, with a baby
farm animals party with fam-
ily and friends. Kinsley is the
daughter of Carl and Kayla
Sherrouse of Bonifay.
Kinsley's maternal grand-
parents are Glenn Dale Har-
rison of Caryville and Arlene
and Bill Crossley of Houston.
Her great grandparents are


Lounette Harrison and the
late Angus Lee Harrison of
Caryville, Syble Bowers of
Old Town,and the late Paul
Bowers of Westville, Trudy
Crossley and the late Don
Crossley of Vernon.
Kinsley's paternal grand-
parents are Calvin and Mar-
sha Sherrouse of Bonifay.
Her great grandparents
are Pauline Farmer and the
late Max Foster Farmer Sr.,
and Claude and Billie Jo
Sherrouse. Her great great
grandmother is the late Sue
Kuykendall, all of Bonifay.


Brackin 90th
birthday
VERNON -All friends
and family members of
Lucille Brackin are in-
vited to attend her 90th
birthday party at the Ver-
non Community Center
on June26 from 2-4 p.m.
No presents please.


Community NEWS


Grittney reunion
GRITTNEY There will be a
Grittney reunion June 19 starting
at 10 a.m. at Union Pentecostal


1 p.m. at St. Joseph the Worker
Catholic Church on 1664 Main
St. in Chipley. More information
is available by calling 638-7654.
Mass will still hbe held at 11 nam


Church. Anyone who grew up in on July 11.
Grittney and all family members
are encouraged to attend. And
bring a covered dish for lunch. Benefit
For more information, call Bea-
trice Judah at 850-535-6338


Smyrna School reunion
BONIFAY The Smyrna School
reunion will be held at Simbo's
Restaurant on June 26 at 11 a.m.
All students who went to Smyrna
anytime during the time it was
open before or after the tornado
hit it are invited to come. Anyone
that is a friend of anyone who
went there is welcome also. RSVP
to Thelma Garrett at 547-2090.

Blood drive
CHIPLEY A blood drive open
to the community will be held
Sunday, July 11, from 8:30 a.m. to


t for Lee Mixon
family


PITTMAN COMMUNITY There
will be a free gospel concert for
the Lee Mixon Family on Sat-
urday, June 26 at 7 p.m. There
will be lots of singing with Rest-
ing Place, Ron French, Richard
Cooper, Michael Yates and Kim
Brown. It will be at Pittman Vol-
unteer Fire Department located
in Florida on Highway 2 at High-
way 179. The event takes place
rain or shine, and for more infor-
mation, call 850-956-2913. There
will be food available. Donations
taken.

KidzNpower Child Safety
BONIFAY Late registration


for the KidzNpower child safety,
awareness and self defense boot
camp will be held at Carmel As-
sembly of God on July 6 and at
Bonifay Taekwondo USA on July
7 from 8:30 a.m. until 11 a.m. Free
scholarships are still available
through Tri-County Community
Council. Early registration for
scholarships can be applied for at
Tri-County Community Council,
call 547-3688 for more informa-
tion about free scholarships.

Varnum reunion
CHIPLEY The annual Varnum
reunion will be held July 3 at Chi-
pley First Methodist Church. All
family members and friends are
invited and encouraged to attend
and enjoy a time of fellowship and
sharing of good food and good
times. Bring your favorite cov-
ered dish and join us for lunch.
Don't forget to bring you recipes
for "The Varnum Cook Book."
For more information call, Jerry
or Wendy Varnum at 784-0411 or


Nita Varnum at 773-2648.

Faircloth reunion
The Faircloth family reunion
will be June 26 at the Union Hill
Singing Hall beginning at 10 am.
All Faircloth descendents and
friends are encouraged to come
and bring a well-filled basket of
food. Also bring old family pho-
tos, stories, and memorabilia to
share. Call James at 547-997 for
further information.

Pine Log Volunteer Fire
Department Benefit
PINE LOG Pine Log Volunteer
Fire Department on Highway 81
will be having a benefit on Satur-
day, July 10 beginning at 5 p.m.
There will be hot dog and ham-
burger plates for sale, along with
a silent auction. All political can-
didates are invited to come and
speak. Everyone come out and
enjoy the evening with us. Any-
one wishing to make a donation


for the silent auction call 956-2556
or 547-8015 during the day.

Alzheimer's monthly
support group
CHIPLEY Covenant Hospice
offers a free monthly Alzheim-
er's support group for caregiv-
ers at the Washington County
Council on Aging, located at 1438
South Blvd. at 10 a.m. on the third
Thursday of every month. To
register or for additional infor-
mation, call January McKeithan
at 850-482-8520 or 888-817-2191.
Free care for your loved one pro-
vided by Facility Based Respite
Center on-site. For this service
during group meeting or any
other time, call VivianMcDonald
at 638-6216.

Chipley Farmers Market
gift certificate drawing
CHIPLEY The Chipley

See COMMUNITY B2


Local student

makes honor roll

OXFORD, Miss.-
The Chancellor's
Honor Roll at
the University of
Mississippi for
the Spring 2010
semester has
been announced.
A grade-point av-
erage of from 3.75
through 4.00 is re-
quired of full-time
students carry-
ing at least 12
semester hours
for listing on the
Chancellor's
Honor Roll. Among those honored is Kara
Lou Jumper, of Graceville.


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Society


Holmes Valley Quilters REPORT


PHOTOS BY MICHELLE CHITTY I Special to Extra


A variety of quilts were turned and will be given to the Guardian ad Litem at the July meeting.


MICHELLE CHITTY
Vice President/Public Relations Officer
Holmes Valley Quilters
The June meeting of the Holmes
Valley Quilters was called to order at
5:30. There were 39 members present
and 2 guests in attendance. Everyone
was so excited to turn in their Charity
Quilt for the Guardian ad Litem pro-
gram.
Guild Member Judy Reyes did a
demonstration on English Paper Piec-
ing. Members were encouraged to
expand their techniques by doing Eng-
lish paper piecing, tips were printed in
the guild news letter.
Guild member Kerstin Lavigne also
gave a presentation with her beautiful


fabric that she paints by hand. Soon
we will have a Saturday class where
she will teach us how to paint fabric.
A thanks was extended to Laura
Benton, Dorothy Maggard, and Linda
Little for the wonderful refreshments.
Holmes Valley Quilters is a not-for-
profit guild that was founded in Janu-
ary 2008 and serves the rural com-
munities of Holmes, Washington, and
Jackson counties in northwest Florida.
Current membership is 55.
You can contact us at holmesval-
leyquilters@hotmail.com. Check us
out on the web at: http://holmesval-
leyquilters.embarqspace.com/ and
our Facebook page at http://www.
facebook.com/pages/Holmes-Valley-
Quilters/80701125627.


Newest guild member Sue Cullifer
has a great Block of the Month as
we continue our "BOM" for this year
"Holmes Through the Year."


Guild member Inga Ross shows us a
table topper she made.


Gordy speaks at Holmes County

Historical Society membership meeting


SPECIAL TO EXTRA
BONIFAY Paul Gordy was
the guest speaker at the Soci-
ety's membership meeting on
June 3 at 7 p.m. As a sophomore
in college he wanted to be a
fighter pilot, but was informed
that the needed a college de-
gree as the first requirement. At
that time it was suggested that
he try the Army Air Corps (later
designated as "Air Force," and a
separate branch of the Armed
Services). He received his wings
on December 7,1942, but was in-
formed that his class was to be
bomber pilots only.
He went to England and was
assigned as a pilot of a B17 Fly-
ing Fortress, with the 384th
Bomb Group, based at Grafton-
Underwood, England. His first
bombing mission was during
July 1943, and he was shot down
over the North Sea on his fifth
mission, about sixty miles from
land on July 9, 1943 at about 9
a.m. After being in the water for
approximately 13 hours he was
rescued by a German Luftwaffe
Air Sea Group Rescue Unit.
After being rescued he was
transported to Nuremberg, Sta-
lag II, where he spent 20 two
months as a prisoner of war. He
had a unique experience there,


SPECIAL TO EXTRA


Paul Gordy in 1943 and today.
as his brother (now age 93 and
currently residing in Gaines-
ville) came there after he ar-
rived and he said that they were
the only two brothers to be to-
gether in the same prisoner of
war camp during the war. He
said that the American movie,
"The Great Escape," starring
Steve McQueen was based on
an attempted escape through a
tunnel at Stalag III.
As for the food they received,
he said the International Red
Cross was a tremendous help.
They were fed spam, marma-
lade, toast, coffee, barley soup,
split pea soup and potatoes. It
was his opinion that the Ger-


mans fed their prisoners the
best they could and he noted
that the Germans were also
signers of the Geneva Conven-
tion (agreement on the rules of
war).
When it became obvious that
liberation would take place the
next day the guards informed
the prisoners, "We will not be
here in the morning." Gordy
said he and his brother, Leon-
ard, were liberated together on
April 29, 1945.
During other business, the
membership agreed not to meet
during July. The next member-
ship meeting will be on Aug. 5 at
7 p.m.


COMMUNITY from poae B2


Farmers Market will be having a
drawing for a chance to win two
$50 produce gift certificates re-
deemable at the farmers market.
On Thursday, June 24, everyone
who comes through the market
will be able to fill out one reg-
istration card each day for the
drawing. The actual drawing will
take place on Thursday June 24
at approximately 2 p.m. Two dif-
ferent names will be drawn for
a chance at a $50 gift certificate
each. You must be present at
the time of the drawing in order
to win. For additional informa-
tion, contact Collin Adcock at the
Washington County Extension
Office at 638-6180.

Landmark Park's Summer
Day Camps
DOTHAN Registration is go-
ing on now for Landmark Park's
Summer Day Camps. Download
the details at www.landmark-
park.com. There are still a few
openings left, so call soon to
guarantee your spot.
*Four and five-year-olds can
attend "Discovery Days," on
July 19-23. Campers will have a
chance to meet the animals on
the Wiregrass Farmstead, feed
the turtles in Cedar Creek, and
more.
*Six to eight-year-olds can
choose between "Ecology Camp"
on July 12-16 and "Pioneer Farm"


on July 12-16. Pioneer Farm and
Ecology Camp both included a
sleepover at the end of the week.
New this year, seven to ten-year-
olds can attend "Night Explor-
ers" on June 28-July 2. Kids at
this brand new camp will have a
chance to see nocturnal animals,
rarely seen during the daytime
camps.
Hours and prices for each
camp will vary. Visit www.land-
markpark.com to download the
camp brochure.
Landmark Park is located on
U.S. Highway 431, three miles
north of Dothan's Ross Clark
Circle. For more information,
contact the park office at 334-794-
3452.

Business seminars
MARIANNA-Chipola College
will offer four small business
seminars. The seminars are
listed below: "Minimizing In-
come Taxes While Limiting Re-
cord Keeping", will meet June
21 from 9 a.m. to noon; "Steps
to Starting a Small Business,"
will meet June 21 from 1-4 p.m.;
"Turning Passions Into Profits"
will meet July 19 from 9 a.m. to
noon; "Steps to Starting a Small
Business" will meet July 19 from
1-4 p.m. Seminars will meet in
the Chipola College Business
Building (M108). Cost is $20 per
seminar.


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Carl G. Hull


Obituaries

Charley E. Hicks


Florine L. Mixon


Carl George Hull, 72,
of Vernon, passed from
this life June 15 at his
residence. He was born
Aug. 29, 1937, in Sandpoint,
Idaho to George and Glad-
ys Hull. He had lived in
Vernon since 2000, coming
from Clarksville. He was of
the Baptist faith.
He was preceded in
death by his parents; step-
son, Chuck Bauscher; and
sister, Janice Hull.
He is survived by

Rosett
Rosetta Briggs, 93, of
Bonifay, passed away June
13 in the Bonifay Nursing
and Rehab Center. She
was a native of Holmes
County and of the Baptist
faith and a member of the
Mt. Zion Baptist Church,
serving in many capaci-
ties.
Survivors include her
sons, Roland Briggs Jr.
(Betty) of McKinney, Tex-
as, John W. Briggs (Doris)
of Reston, Va., and Robert


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his wife, Margie Hull of
Vernon; daughter, Debi
Frazier of Idaho; stepson,
Rick Bauscher of Tennes-
see; stepdaughter. Lisa
Strickland of Wewahitchka;
three brothers. Frank Hull
of Orlando, and Don and
Larry Hull of Idaho; and
eight grandchildren and
four great-grandchildren.
Memorialization was by
cremation with Obert Fu-
neral Home of Chipley in
charge of arrangements.

Briggs
D. Briggs of Los Angeles;
one daughter, Mae Hill-
Briggs of Bonifay; three
grandchildren, Lisa and
Tim Bronson, and Tiffani
Briggs; one great-grand-
child, Shantui Bronson;
and other relatives and
friends.
Graveside services and
interment were held on
Wednesday, June 16 at the
Bonifay Cemetery with the
Rev. Henry Taylor officiat-
ing.


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who will change a person's heart. But you shall receive
power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you
shall be witnesses to Me in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and
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Charley Earnest Hicks
Sr., 74, of Chipley, passed
away Monday, June 14
in the Northwest Florida
Community Hospital. A
native of Geneva, Ala., he
had been a resident of Chi-
pley for the past 23 years,
coming from West Palm
Beach. Hicks was a retired
plaster worker, a member
of the Bricklayers Union
No. 1 and was of Baptist
faith.
Survivors include his
wife of 51 years, Thora
Lee Hicks of Chipley; two
sons, Carnelious Kelly
of Virginia and Charley
Hicks Jr. of Williston; one
daughter, Mary Earnes-
tine Adams of Chipley; two


brothers, Dewey Hicks
of Chipley and Hubert
Hicks of Georgia; three
sisters, Clarenda Bowls
of Southport, Tera White
of Panama City, and Flora
Hicks of Graceville; and
eight grandchildren and 13
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were
held Friday, June 18 at
10 a.m. in the Chapel of
Brown Funeral Home,
Brickyard Road, with
Harry Barton officiat-
ing. Interment followed
in Wachob-Forest Lawn
Cemetery, Brown Funeral
Home directing. Friends
and family can sign the
online register at www.
brownfh.net.


Pauline Wright Donaldson, 93, of
Chipley, passed away Monday June
14 as a resident of long-term care
at Northwest Florida Community
Hospital in Chipley.
She was preceded in death by
her parents, Jessie and Johanna
Wright; her husband, Bruce Jef-
ferson Donaldson; infant son, Olin;
and oldest daughter, Barbara Ann.
Survivors include daughters,


Zachary Alan Ray Harris, Zac, to
those of us who loved him, left this
world to live with Jesus on June
13. Zac was born on Oct. 14, 1987,
at Flower's Hospital. He graduated
Chipley High School with honors and
went on to complete his associate's
degree from Chipola College.
Zac was currently enrolled at
Chipola College and had the plan
to transfer to FSU. He was an avid
football player and FSU fan. He
played football throughout his life
and was a fierce competitor and
accomplished player. He has many
friends and family he leaves behind.
Zac lived at Orange Hill with his
mother, Donna Jo Kent, his sister



James Elton Rogers, 60, of Boni-
fay, passed away June 14 at Flowers
Hospital in Dothan, Ala. He was
born April 17, 1950, in Holmes Coun-
ty to the late Clyde Smithson and
Sarah Elizabeth French Rogers.
He began his career in law en-
forcement in 1977 at the Holmes
County Sheriff's Office under the
administration of Sheriff Ben Jones,
continuing with Sheriff Drew Gallo-
way and Sheriff Thomas Strickland
as dispatcher, road deputy and chief
deputy. During those administra-
tive years, he also worked with
John Braxton, Dennis Lee and Tim
Brown, prior to their elective years
as sheriff. In 1987, he went to work
at the Holmes Correctional Facility,
and during his career became ser-
geant. Due to health, problems he
was forced to retire in 2008.
In 1982, he was instrumental in


Chilean Choir at
Bonifay First UMC
BONIFAY On Sunday, June 27,
Bonifay First United Methodist
Church will host the Chamber Choir
of the Adventist University of Chile,
which will perform at the morning
worship service. A number of the
members of this choir were mem-
bers of the high school choir from
Chile that Bonifay Methodist hosted
a couple of years ago. The previous
concert was a spirit-filled presenta-
tion by exceptionally talented and
wonderful youth.
Following worship, the Joy Gals,
a ladies' circle at the church, will
host a spaghetti luncheon and cake
auction to help raise funds for their
upcoming Women's Conference that
will be held in August. Everyone
that attends worship is invited to
stay for lunch. Donations will be
accepted.
Bonifay First United Methodist
Church is located at 202 North Okla-
homa St. Morning worship begins at
10:45 a.m.

Theatre Ministry
CHIPLEY Chipley First Presby-
terian Theatre Ministry presents a
dinner theatre production of "The
Old Faith, Hope, and Charity," a
two-act comedy with lots of heart,
written by Susan Cook and directed
by Kevin Russell.
When country doctor and resi-
dent curmudgeon Peter Farraday
is faced with retirement, he be-
gins a search for his replacement.
Surprisingly, the only interested


Florine Leavins Mixon,
88, of Bonifay, passed away
June 12 at her home. She
was born March 30, 1922,
in Bonifay, to the late
Lige and Heddie Williams
Leavins.
In addition to her
parents, she is preceded
in death by her husband,
Alex Mixon; son, Ralph
Mixon; grand sons, Gerald
Ray Mixon and Tracy Mix-
on; and several brothers
and sisters.
She is survived by six
sons, Elmer Mixon and
wife, Joan, of Donalson-
ville, Ga., Delmer Mixon
and wife, Diane, of Esto,
Edward Mixon and wife,
Delia, of Bonifay, Royce


Pauline W. Donaldson
Carolyn Sue and Phyllis Jane; son,
Larry Bruce; and grandchildren
and great-grandchildren.
Memorialization will be by cre-
mation, no services are planned
and the family requests privacy.
The family would like to express
heartfelt gratitude to the third floor
skilled nurses unit at Northwest
Florida Community Hospital, all
employees including housekeep-

Zachary A.R. Harris
Amber Harris Isaacs, and his only
niece Allanah Ray. Zac nick-named
Allanah "Chuckie" and that is all he
ever called her by. Zac's maternal
grandparents are Brady and Naoma
Foran, and the late Donald Ray Kent.
Zac's father Alan along with his step-
mother Linda lived in Tallahassee.
Zac has four stepbrothers, Ja-
peth, Jared, Joey and Josh Baker.
Zac's paternal grandparents are
the late Thomas Zachary and Faye
Harris. Zac has many special friends
whom he loves and always thought
the world of. Zac was a special
child who grew up into a wonderful,
smart, handsome man. Zac's dry wit
was always a source of joy to those

James E. Rogers
forming the original foundation for
the Gritney Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment. He served as a firefighter
until 2004, and was the treasurer for
the past 25 years. His love of garden-
ing, riding his motorcycle, visiting
with his family, and enjoying time
with is mother-in-law, Hazel was his
past time.
He began his Christian walk
in 1971, and during the course of
the next 39 years he served as the
church bass player, on the trustee
board, and for 20 of those 39 years
he sang and played bass with the
Rogers Family Singers. He proved
himself faithful to his family, his job
and his church, but most of all he
served God until his unexpected
passing.
In addition to his parents, Rogers
is preceded in death by two sisters,
Louise Pitts and Loys Phillips; one


Ministry NEWS
candidate is Dr. Lorraine Marcus, a
young physician fresh out of medi-
cal school and eager to be needed.
When Farraday takes her on, there
is a warmhearted grand collision
of old ways and new ways. The plot
twists with hilarious misunder-
standings, an odd assortment of
small-town patients and two suitors
for Lorraine. As in every Pat Cook
play, there are great moments of
humor, spirituality and a touch of
sentimentality.
The play will take place on June
24 at 6 p.m. at the First Presbyteri-
an Church on 5th Street in Chipley.
Tickets are $15. Call the church
office at 638-1629 to purchase tick-
ets. Seating is limited.

Barfield Cemetery workday
CHIPLEY Barfield Cemetery
workday will be held on June 26 at
5:30 a.m. For more information, call
Brian at 638-9630.

Revival/Youth camp
CARYVILLE The Apostolic
Church of Jesus Christ will host
a joint revival/youth camp begin-
ning Wednesday, June 23 at 7 p.m.
through Saturday, June 26. Youth
Minister Brother Crisp will be min-
istering nightly and youth camp
will be on Thursday and Friday at 9
a.m. The church is located one mile
north on Highway 179 in Caryville.

Grant Tabernacle Men Day
CHIPLEY Grant Tabernacle Af-
rican Methodist Episcopal Church


Mixon and wife, Gale, of
Bonifay, Delbert Mixon
and wife, Marilynn, of Bon-
ifay, and Roy Lee Mixon of
Bonifay; three daughters,
Ellen Carnley and hus-
band, Maxi, of Esto, Helen
Gibson and husband, Ed-
ward, of Graceville, and
Corene Ratliff and hus-
band, Ronald of Bonifay;
and 100-plus grandchil-
dren, great-grandchildren
and great-great-grandchil-
dren.
Graveside services
were held 2 p.m, Monday,
June 14 at Bethany Baptist
Church Cemetery with the
Rev. Steve Boroughs offici-
ating. Peel Funeral Home
of Bonifay, directing.


ing where she worked for 13 years
at the old hospital location and
Covenant Hospice, which provided
extra comfort since Feb. 19 of this
year. If you would like to leave a
memorial to the preceding earth
angels, or to First Baptist Church
illuminating anxiety and depres-
sion, thank you.
Brown Funeral Home of Chipley
is in charge of the arrangements.


he was around. Zac had a bigger
than life personality and although
he is at peace now, there will never
another son, brother, uncle or grand-
child who could ever be missed any
deeper. Rest in peace our sweet,
smart, beautiful child, look down
upon us and smile, we will see you
soon. Godspeed.
Rmneral services were held
Thursday, June 17 in the chapel of
Brown Funeral Home, Brickyard
Road. Interment followed in New
Orange Baptist Church Cemetery.
Brown Funeral Home in charge of
the arrangement. Friends and family
can sign the online register at www.
brownfh.net.



brother, Lonnie Rogers; father-in-
law, Richard Webber; and sister-in-
law, Laura Webber.
Rogers is survived by his wife,
Brenda Susan Huttoe Rogers of
Bonifay; a son, Gerald Rogers
and fiancee, Jessica Hughes, of
Caryville; two brothers, Leamon
Rogers and wife, Ethel, of Bonifay
and Frank Rogers and wife, Elaine,
of Bonifay; two sisters, Helen Man-
cill and husband, Gerald, of Bonifay
and Margaret Harris and husband,
Melvin, of Bonifay; a devoted and
loving mother-in-law, Hazel Webber
of Bonifay; and a host of nieces and
nephews and valued friends.
Funeral services were held
Wednesday, June 16 at Union Pente-
costal Church with the Rev. Michael
Goodson officiating. Interment fol-
lowed in Sellers Cemetery with Peel
Funeral Home of Bonifay directing.


will celebrate Men Day Observance
and invites everyone to come out
and worship. The theme will be
"Men Serving a Life of Integrity;
What We Say as Christians Agree-
ing with What We Do as Christians,"
based on Titus 2:7
On June 26 at 6 p.m. will be the
men dedication and commitment
service. Minister Carlos Jones will
be the keynote speaker. On June 27,
at 9:30a.m., will be church school
and at 11 a.m. the morning worship
service with the Rev. Daryl Franklin
of St. Michael's Missionary Baptist
Church of Jacob City.
Dinner will be served. Unity col-
ors are red ties with dark suits and
come as you are. For more informa-
tion, contact Maurice Wynn at 415-
6261 or Bruce Robinson at 638-9917.

Esto Church of Crist
ESTO A gospel meeting featur-
ing Brother Curtis Cates is sched-
uled for June 27 thru July 1 at the
Esto Church of Christ building,
located on Highway 79 in Esto. For
information, call 850-263-0581
The following is a list of topics
and meeting times: Sunday, June 27,
9:30 a.m. Bible study: Paul's Pas-
sion for Souls; 10:30 p.m. morning
worship: faith (enjoy a potluck meal
following morning worship); 5 p.m.
- evening worship: grace, law, faith
and works; Monday, June 28, 7 p.m.
- Can we all see the Bible alike?;
Tuesday, June 29, 7 p.m. Some
peculiarities of churches of Christ;
Wednesday, June 30, 7 p.m. A
simple way; Thursday, July 1, 7 p.m.
- Listening to God.


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DEPARTMENT OF
HOMELAND SECU-
RITY
FEDERAL EMER-
GENCY MANAGE-
MENT AGENCY
Proposed Base Flood
Elevation Determina-
tions for the City of
Chipley, the Town of
Ebro, the City of Ver-
non, the Town of Wau-
sau, and the Unincor-
porated Areas of Wash-
ington County, Florida
The Department of
Homeland Security's
Federal Emergency
Management Agency
has issued a prelimi-
nary Flood Insurance
Study (FIS) and Flood
Insurance Rate Map
(FIRM) reflecting new
or modified Base (1%
annual chance) Flood
Elevations (BFEs)
within the City of Chip-
ley, the Town of Ebro,
the City of Vernon, the
Town of Wausau, and
the Unincorporated
Areas of Washington
County, Florida. Tech-
nical information or
comments are solicited
on the proposed and
proposed modified
BFEs shown on the
preliminary FIS and
FIRM for the aforemen-
tioned communities.
These BFEs and modi-
fied BFEs are the basis
for the floodplain man-
agement measures that
your community is re-
quired to either adopt
or show evidence of
having in effect in order
to qualify or remain
qualified for participa-
tion in the National
Flood Insurance Pro-
gram. However, before
the BFEs or modified
BFEs are effective for
floodplain management
purposes, you will be
provided an opportu-
nity to appeal the pro-
posed elevations. For
information on the stat-
utory 90-day period
provided for appeals,
as well as a detailed
listing of the proposed
and proposed modified
BFEs and the ad-
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As published in the
Washington County
News 23, 30, 2010.
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR WASH-
INGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 10-32CP
Division Probate
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MARIE CHRISTINE
BOWEN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The administration of
the estate of Marine
Christine Bowen, de-
ceased, whose date of
death was September
5, 2008, is pending in
the Circuit Court for
Washington County,
Florida, Probate Divi-
sion, the address of
which is 1293 Jackson
Avenue, Chipley, FL
32428. The names and
addresses of the per-
sonal representative
and the personal
representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the de-
cedent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of
the decedent and other
persons having claims
or demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT
FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLOR-
IDA PROBATE CODE
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENTS DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
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Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Lucas N. Taylor
Attorney for George Ev-
erette Bowen, Jr.
Florida Bar No. 670189
122B S. Waukesha
Street
Post Office Box 1267
Bonifay, FL 32425
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As published in the
Washington County
News June 16, 23,
2010.


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
WASHINGTON
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
FOURTEENTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO.
67-10-CP-036
IN RE: ESTATE OF
SHIRLEY JEAN RICH-
ARDSON, DECEASED
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The administration of
the Estate of SHIRLEY
JEAN RICHARDSON,
Deceased, File No.
67-10-CP-036, is pend-
ing in the Circuit Court
for Washington County,
Florida, Probate Divi-
sion, the address of
which is PO Box 647,
Chipley, Florida,
32428. The name and
address of the Personal
Representative and the
P e r s o n
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All creditors of the de-
cedent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate, in-
cluding unmatured,
contingent or unliqui-
dated claims, on whom
a copy of this notice is
served must file their
claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER
OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF
THIS FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY DAYS AF-
TER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of
the decedent and per-
sons having claims or
demands against the
decedent's estate, in-
cluding unmatured,
contingent or unliqui-
dated claims, must file
their claims with this
Court WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
The date of the first
publication of this No-
tice is: 6-23-2010
GERALD HOLLEY
Attorney for Personal
Representative
PO Box 268
Chipley, Florida 32428
850-638-4317
Fla. Bar No. 113722
Danny Jeffrey Ander-
son
Personal Representa-
tive of the Estate of
SHIRLEY JEAN RICH-
ARDSON, Deceased
3950 Highway 77,
Chipley, Florida 32428
As published in the
Washington County
News June 23, 30,
2010.


1100
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
WASHINGTON
COUNTY Florida
CASE NO.
2009-CA-000337
FLAGSTAR BANK,
FSB,
Plaintiff,
vs.
RICKY R. RICHARD-
SON A/K/A RICKY
RICHARDSON, et al.,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
nal Summary Judg-
ment of Foreclosure
dated June 4, 2010, en-
tered in Civil Case No.
2009-CA-000337 of the
Circuit Court of the
Fourteenth Judicial Cir-
cuit in and for Washing-
ton County, Florida,
wherein FLAGSTAR
BANK, FSB, Plaintiff,
and RICKY R. RICH-
ARDSON A/K/A RICKY
RICHARDSON, CHAR-
LENE J. RICHARDSON
A/K/A CHARLENE
RICHARDSON and LEI-
SURE LAKES PROP-
ERTY OWNERS ASSO-
CIATION, INC., are De-
fendants.
I will sell to the highest
bidder for cash at the
front steps of the
Washington County
Courthouse, 1293
Jackson Avenue, Chip-
ley, FL 32428 at 11:00
a.m. on the 7 day of
July, 2010, the follow-
ing described real
property as set forth in
said Final Summary
Judgment, to wit:
EXHIBIT "A'
Lot B-202, of FIRST
ADDITION TO LEI-
SURE LAKES, accord-


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I 1100
ing to the map or Plat
thereof, as recorded in
Plat Book 3, Page(s)
179, of the Public Rec-
ords of Washington
County, Florida.
Together with a 1999
Buccaneer Mobile
Home I.D.
#ALBUS2809A &
ALBUS2809B.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of the court on
June 7, 2010.
LINDA HAYES COOK
CLERK OF THE
COURT
By: J.C. Rogers
Deputy Clerk
Copies furnished to all
parties on attached
service list.
JULIE MANDEL, ES-
QUIRE
GREENFIELD &
COOMBER, PA
ATTORNEY FOR
PLAINTIFF
7000 WEST PAL-
METTO PARK ROAD,
SUITE 402
BOCA RATON, FL
33433
RICKY R. RICHARD-
SON A/K/A RICKY
RICHARDSON
125 NORTH AVE.
KINCAID, FL 62540
CHARLENE J RICH-
ARDSON A/K/A CHAR-
LENE RICHARDSON
125 NORTH AVE
KINCAID, FL 62540
LEISURE LAKES
PROPERTY OWNERS
ASSOCIATION, INC.
C/O MARGARET RI-
LEY AS REGISTERED
AGENT
1754 PIONEER ROAD
CHIPLEY FL 32428
As published in the
Washington County
News June 16, 23,
2010.
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR WASH-
INGTON COUNTY
CASE NO.
67-2009-CA-000594
WACHOVIA BANK, NA-
TIONAL ASSOCIA-
TION,
Plaintiff,
V.
WILLIAM R. MAT-
THEWS A/K/A WILLIAM
RAYNER


S 1100
MATTHEWS; et al.
Defendants.
AMENDED NO-
TICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a
Summary Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure
dated April 29, 2010,
and Order to Cancel
and Reschedule Fore-
closure Sale dated
JUNE 9, 2010, both en-
tered in Case No.
67-2009-CA-000594, of
the Circuit Court for
Washington County,
Florida, I will sell to the
highest and best bid-
der for cash at the front
steps of the Washing-
ton County Court-
house, 1293 Jackson
Avenue, Chipley, FL on
the 12 day of July,
2010, at 11:00 a.m.
Central Time, the fol-
lowing described prop-
erty as set forth in said
Summary Final Judg-
ment:
Lot 7, Block 11, BUCK-
HORN CREEK LIMITED
ACRES, a subdivision
as shown on Plat Files
in Plat Book 3, at Page
168, Public Records of
Washington County,
Florida.
TOGETHER WITH
THAT CERTAIN 1990
REDMAN SINGLEWIDE
MOBILE HOME:
ID NO;
VU52F2BSBR6937B
TOGETHER WITH all
the improvements now
or hereafter erected on
the property, and all
easements, rights, ap-
purtenances, rents,
royalties, mineral, oil
and gas rights and
profits, water rights and
stock and all fixtures
now or hereafter at-
tached to the property.
Property Address: 497
Buckhorn Road, Chip-
ley, FL 32428
**ANY PERSON
CLAIMING AN INTER-
EST IN THE SURPLUS
FROM THE SALE, IF
ANY OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY
OWNER AS OF THE
DATE OF LIS PEND-
ENS MUST FILE A
CLAIM WITHIN SIXTY
(60) DAYS AFTER THE
SALE. **
.


WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court
on June 8, 2010.
LINDA HAYES COOK
Clerk of the Circuit and
County Court
By: J.C. Rogers
Deputy Clerk
Invoice to:
Gerald D. Davis, Es-
quire
Trenam, Kemker
200 Central Avenue
Suite 1600
St. Petersburg, FL
33701
(727)896-7171
As published in the
Washington County
News June 16, 23,
2010.

Private Sale
Tharp & Sons Mini
Storage in Chipley will
hold a private sale on
these units for
non-payment of rent.
Tenants will have until
July 1, 2010 to pay in
full. No checks ac-
cepted.
1. Charity Reed
Cottondale, FL
2. Timecia Sharpe
Chipley, FL
3. Unknown
As published in the
Washington County
News June 16, 23,
2010.





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Michelle Roof Holmes County C E P T I 0 N S Anne king size bed Trailer hitch, $50. Sales associate? If
FL AU3014 AB2224 Times-Advertiser 850-547-7346 after 5:00 $100., several other 130ft. of fencing w/2 Iyou answered yess
(850) 547pm. items. 850-956-4564 gates & all posts, $40. land yes, take a look
(850)547-9414 -Engine lifter, $40. at Freedom. We"
Electric winch, $25. Ilwant you! Freedom
OBO. Must Sell!!.
Must^^y^ e wants motivated
850-774-2251. Plea Multi media Advertis-
Large glass display leave mess. I ing Account Execu-I
case with lights, Itives. You will have
1 nlshelves & 2 drawers, CASH NOW! Get cash ie ouil
102 A cres H olston R iver Large business desk for your structured set- i he opportunity to
from 50's, Kiln. All in tlement or annuity pay lenergetic sales pro-I
goSm oky M ood condition. ments. High payouts. gram and channel
Sm oky Area ennessee 0- 5 4 7 -3 494 ,Call J.G. Wentworth. yurntavenno-
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Set. In original plastic, ness Bureau tomers, o,,
Saturday, June 26 10:30 a.m. never used. Ong pnce Ionan ,
$3000, Sacnfice $975.zation and
Can de ver. Call Bill I career. I
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visuals @ www.alleyauction.com Lic#1003 3230 Watermelon erage your
Around the Corner Festival, as you pa.-, ,,
Grill, 547-2618 NOW Sat., June 26th. customers :
OPEN FRIDAY S until Luxury 6 piece sets I custom ... :I
10:00p.m., Saturday (expecttwin). I solutions, a"
11 to 3, Sunday, 11-to Sizes Twin to exciting ,.:t
2:30, Starting June 4th. Calif. King. I ever-growing il
1000-$20.00 1 hlo of ..: a,
c e t a jo in Fo i a1200-$25.00, products. .... I :
embroidered, all 4 cess in 1 ll,
Doyourp arttohelp ourstae .Gopillowcases & top I could set ,,i ,q I
Garage SALE: June sheet. pursue a variety of
25th & 26th, 8-4, 2685 Prints-$25.00 career paths in our
Marian Dr., Dogwood 850-209-5241 or -r --in t
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Ladles, 10/XL, Ladles'"
leather jacket, XL
$50.00, comforter I :..,, I ,, , h,:,,
shams,(queen), $50. I, I
double white Iron bed 3310 .
board, $25., Geratricf MUSIC LESSONS;
appliances, Misc Piano, Guitar, Bass, I I
Drums, Banjo, Mando- I
Sn, Viol n, Flute. Coy-
ington Music. We buy -i.-i .
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,Chpley 850-638 5050. ,.
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Educational Medical/Health
Teachers Needed for 2 CNA'S
year old class & 3 year
Bldg. Const. old class. Must have 40
hours of child care. Washington Rehab
General Taking applications for & Nursing Center, A
L A ex p e r i e n c e d Signature Facility, Is
Labors, A Pre-School Director. Recruiting for
Roof Repair Call 547-1444. CNAs Full Time
Second Shift(Sign
Tech & On Bonus), and
Foreman PRN with premium
One of the largest pay If you are look-
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Roofing Companies in Need a and challenging ca-
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have transportation, at 87 e rF oria
pass a drug screening, Washington County Chpley, Florida
have a good driving News 32428 Applcation
record & some com- (850)638-0212 850-638-4654
puter skills. Please call
850-913-9293 for Holmes County WRNC is a EOE,
phone interview. Times-Advertiser and Drug Free Work
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Point ammo. .380acp
to .45 Colt. Call John
@ Cummins Bullets &
Lube. 850-260-1342,
1-800-741-9707, Chip-
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FLORIDA Truck Drivers Chipley; 3BR/1BA
CDLA- Company Driv- needed ASAP! In-State 3BR/1.5BA, large lot, House. W,S,G paid. No
ers & 0/0. Excellent Driving Positions Avail- conveniently located, pets, No HUD.
Healthcare Pay, Benefits, Rider able! CDL-A w/ 1 yr. ex- CH/A, Chipley, $650/mth, $300/dep.
Program Additional CDL-A Drivers. No ex- perience Outstanding sell/rent. Bonifay 850-814-2625. 3 Br, 2 Bath
Seeking Part Time, Benefits, Company perience, no problem! pay & Benefits! Call a CHIPLEY. Everything For Rent: Unique Country Home. located in a MH park in
live in certified CNA Drivers Medical Ins, Need more training? recruiter TODAY! New. 2BR/1BA, $500, 2BR/2BA screened 3BR/2.5BA. Garage Bonifay $425 mo. $125
w/reference to assist 401k, Paid Holidays, We can help. Must be ( 8 7 7) 4 8 4 30 4 2 SD $250. CH/A, ceiling porch apartment. Non 3BR/.BA. GarageSmoke free dep. Lot rentals also
w/care of elderly lady. Vacation. Star 23. (888) 632-5230. www.oakleytransport.com fans, stove/refrigerator. Smoker, No pets, refer-ish pond. Smoke free. dep Lot rentals also
Serious inquires only Transportation Call: www.JoinWiltrans.com Includes water, sewer ences. Bonifay Area. 547-2091. avail-200. 258-6822.
850-630-0889. 800 ) 416 -5 91 2 o& garbage. Convenient 850-547-3494 or For Rent: 4BR/2BA
.www.startransportation.co location. No pets or 850-532-2177 very nice doublewide 2BR/2BA MH for rent.
mwww.startransportaton.co HUD. 638-3306. For Rent: 3BR/1BA on 1 acre. Country sett- Water/sewer and lawn
Frame House, $325 a ing, 5 miles east service furnished. 3 mi-
month. 2BR/1BA trailer Walmart. References les East of Vernon on
S The New Ridge- $250, a month, Ponce Required. $675.e Poneer 8 Call
SHERWOOD i wood Apts. 1 de Leon area. $300. deposit 850- 849- 6842
All Property will be sold starting at 10:00AM APARTMENTS I Available NOW!! 850-259-9113. 850-638-830 5 6 2 6 8506387315, or
St$Attn Seniors: t300 per
Saturday July 10 2010 Murphy, NC s r Attn Seniors: u onth per
51ou. B 62 years of age or Includes city utilities I
AP own ,D R S S 4 .c o o ld er, H a n d ica p p ed / In c l pd es c it y co troltie
5110 5 bedrom 5 disabled, regardless of Ph -n f -
Oage. Spacious 1 Bed- h- ---- .. .---
P r g t hf oroomin, a trr ApartRments.
S 5100 | Handicap Equipped
MontgoneryALL Cash Land, t t w Apartment. Rental As-
: : distance available to
L, I_ r,, i r q u a l i f i e d a p p l i c a n t s .
ONLY,$,:00.Monthly rental rates 6140
start at $515 plus utilil-
ties. For Rental Infor
S ,,:-,:, ,::l, mation call: (850)
___________9)638-4282 TTY
Think Chrilsmas ,Lai [ 1 800-955-8771 1413
Now! Own a Red Hot! Brickyard Road, Chip- 1BR/1BA House, Like
Dollar, Dollar Plus, ley. Mon-Fri- 9:00 new. Stove/Ref, W/D
Mailbox or Discount AM-5:00 PM. Equal furnished. W/S/G in-
h IO I PA NTA IONParty Store From Housing Opportunity h. d.d 'I pt .
$51,900 Worldwidel ,i i I :
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Situated on 857-acres selling in 18 tracts 802 Acres Selling Now (800)518-3064- -
Absolute Plantation charm with modern, upscale conveniences WWW.DRSS4.COM
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2 guest homes, barns Minutes from Lake Martin, Auburn & 2BR IBA House
Montgomery* Land tracts with road frontage Wetumpka, AL 5110 i ..
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Phone! Call Today! Smoke free environ-
Toll-Free: (800)568- ment. $595/month plus
8321 OPPORTUNIIY $595 deposit.
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6100 Business/
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6110 Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/Townhouse
6140 House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160- Rooms for Rent
6170- Mobile Home/Lot
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals

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for rent. 1800 sqft. Fall-
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2BR/2BA Mobile 1 Acre on Alford Hwy
Homes. $400 + de- for sale. Call Richard at
posit. Water, garbage 850-658-6159.
furnished. Quiet family Gator Pond off Hwy.
park. 547-4232. 77 near Sunnyhills in
2&3BR Mobile Home. Washington County;
Bonifay & Chipley No Approximately 2 acres
Pets. 638-2999. high and dry, next to
water management
2BR MH for rent with area, secluded, quiet.
utility building, window Price negotiable, possi-
air. 535-2657. ble owner financing.
Call (850) 896-5755.
3BR/2BA in Chipley To8-5755Bd
area. CH/A, all electric, Two 8 acres on Bedie
water furnished. No Rd, Two 9 acres on
pets. $500/mth. Bedie Rd. Two 5 acres
638-8570 or & One 10 acres on
850-258-1594. Buddy Rd. One 10 ac-
res on Gainer Rd. 10
S acres on Hwy 77.
Owner financing For
more info call Milton
3BR/2BA, 3/4 mile Peel @ 850-638-1858.
from Bonifay Elemen
tary School, on Hwy
177A. New A/c unit, .. T107
newly painted, reno- |j7160
vated. Call _
850-956-2267 or
850-547-3746
2 br, 2 bath in Exc.
Circle J Mobile Home cond. Must be moved.
Park in Chipley, 921 N $7000. 850-260-2161 or
2nd St.; & Graceville 773-9756
5262 Alabama St. 2&3
BR units for rent, start- 2003 14X70 3BR/2BA
ing @ $345 per mo call w/new paint, carpet,
850-832-2929 appliances. We will
set-up home & hook-up
S CH/A. $17,900. Call
Brad @ 850-763-7780.
2-16X80's, 3BR/2BA.
For Rent: 2BR/1BA New paint, carpet, ap-
Mobile Homes $300. pliances. Call Brad @
month, plus $300. de- 850-763-7780.
posit, no pets. Call
850-547-2043. Leave Zone III, New 16X80,
message. 3BR/2BA w/plywood
floors, island kitchen.
Reduced to sale ASAP!
$35,900. Includes
set-up & AC. Call Brad
For Rent: doublewide @ 850-763-7780.
mobile home 3BR/1.5
BA, No pets. $375. a
month, Security de-
posit $300. 7
850-547-0989 Bank Forced Liquida-
tion Smoky Mtn Lake
Mobile Homes in Cot- Property/TN. Priced
tondale on Sapp Rd, 8 Pennies on the Dollar!
miles E. of Chipley. All reasonable offers
3br, 2ba, & 2br, 2ba, accepted! Amenities!
avail. Total elec. Closeout Sale! JULY
(850)-258-4868 or 9-10-11 Call Map &
8 5 0 2 0 9 8 8 4 7 Pricing. 877-644-4647
w w w c h a r I o s x302
countryliving.com VIRGINA Mountain
Cabin: Galax area
Brand new! Great
views, private, fishing in
stocked trout stream! 2
acres, $159,500, call
owner, (866)275-0442

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
7100 Homes
7105 Open House
7110 Beach Home/
Property
7120 Commercial I I
7130 Condo/Townhouse AUOMQTIVE, MARINE
7140 Farms & Ranches ONL.
7150 -Lots and Acreage 8100 -Antique & Collectibles
7160 Mobile Homes/Lots 8110 Cars
7170- Waterfront 8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
7180 Investment 8130 Trucks
Property 8140 Vans
7190 Out-of-Town 8150 Commercial
Real Estate 8160 Motorcycles
7200 Timeshare 8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
| 100 8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8245 Boat Slips & Docks
8310 Aircraft/Avialion
8320 AT//DfI Road Vehicles
House for sale: 411 8330 Campers & Trailers
North Oklahoma St, 8340 Motorhomes
Bonifay, FL, Call
219-242-2116 or inquire
within.
REDUCED $50K '01 Silver Mustang
Chipley, 2/3BR, 2BA, Controvertible w/black
like new, beautiful top. Excellent shape.
fenced lot, pond on 3 $5000. '95 Jeep Wran-
acres. Only 45 mins to gler 4WD, camouflage,
PC Beach. Poss $0 37 Micky Thompson ti-
down with ok credit. res. Detroit locker front.
$139,900, Detroit locker rear.
314-346-3303. 373-7610.


Ford
Mustang LX
1988 Notchback
Ex HWY Patrol Car
New Inside and Out
New motor, clutch,
interior, and paint.
I Many performance
parts. Too much to
list.
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01 Chevy Tahoe Blue, Loaded, Stock #P1657A..............................$S3,375
01 Ford Explorer Sport Trac Blue, 4 Dr, 103K Mi., St. #P1656.........................$4,375
06 Dodge Sprinter Cargo Van 71K Miles, Stock #P1655..................... S18,299
07 Dodge Ram 1500 White, 32K Miles, Stock #P1 654..........................$9,870
06 Ford F-250 4 Dr., 51K miles, Red, Super Clean, #P1632A.................... $21,895
08 Dodge Ram 2500 White, One Owner, 63K Mi., Diesel, 4x4, Loaded, #102330A..S28,899
07 Dodge Dakota White, 44K Miles, 4 Door, V-8 Magnum, #P1653.......$ S13,450
09 Chrysler 300 Touring Beautiful Blue, Only 33K Mi., Certified, #P1652..S15,649
08 Dodge Rain 1500 Gray, 37K Mi., 4x4,4 Dr, Alloys, Step Rails, #P1650 ........ S22,199
08 Dodge Ran 1500 Black, 4x4, 38K Miles, 4 Dr, Tool Box, Step Rails, #1649 .......S21,149
07 Dodge Rain 1500 Silver, Hemi, 45K Mi., 4 Dr, Fast, Powerful, #P1648...... S17,249
08 Dodge Rain 3500 32K Mi., Silver, 4 Door, Dually, #1647................. $34,199
06 Dodge Ram 1500 Red, 45K Mi., 4 Dr, Very Nice, #P1646.. Call for best price
06 Toyota RAV-4 77K Miles, Auto., Nice SUV, #P1575A....................... $10,198
ALL VEHICLES FIGURED WITH $3,000 DOWN


10 Jeep Grand Cherokee Gray, 13K Miles, Loaded, MUST SEE, #P1642.......18,249
04 Jeep Grand Cherokee White 144K Mi,, Leather, Sunroof, Loaded, #P1581A................................S5,29 9
03 Chrysler Town & Country 84K Mi,, White, Dual Sliding Doors, #102272A................................ S4,8 75
02 Jeep Grand Cherokee Silver, 109K Mi,, Nice, #P1637.......................................................... S4 ,6 79
09 Dodge Journey 33K Miles, Blue, 3rd Row Searts, Very Nice, #P1643 ...... $13,979
08 Dodge Magnum Red, 4 Door, Nice, 51K Miles, V-6, #P1633.......................$ S10,899
08 Jeep Patriot Silver, 21K Miles, Power Optons, #P1629.. Call for best price
10 Chrysler Sebring 12K Miles, 1 Owner, Poewr, Certified, #P1628 ..........S12,809
09 Jeep Patriot White, 71K Miles, Automatic, Clean #P1623 ......................... S89700
08 Chrysler PT Cruiser 45K Miles, Auto., 30+ mpg, #P1622 ............................. 7,199
09 Chrysler Town & Country Van, 45K Miles, Loaded, Power, #P1621 .......S14,269
09 Chrysler Town & Country Blue, 46K Miles, All Power Options, #P1620 ...17,159
06 Dodge Rainm 3500 4 Dr., Flatbed, 2WD, #P1614................................$19,969
08 Dodge Avenger White, 50K Miles, #P1 602 .................................. 10,498


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Saturday 8:00 a.m.-200 p.m.FL (850) 482-4601
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