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N.G. Wade Given OK
See Page 15


Wahuula tl'arte


Published
Weekly,
Read Daily


Our 111th Year, 27th Issue


Thursday, July 6, 2006


Serving Wakulla County For More Than A Century


VFDs Seeking



More Than $1


Million
By KEITH BLACKMAR
Of The Wakulla News
The Wakulla County United
Firefighters Association (WCUFFA)
is seeking to more than triple its
annual operating budget, add
seven full-time firefighters and
increase the annual Municipal
Service Benefit Unit (MSBU)
special assessment for both
residential and commercial
structures.
The requests were made to
the Wakulla County Commis-
sion Monday, July 3 by WCUFFA
President David Harrison. Board
members, while supportive of
the efforts of the volunteers,
told Harrison not to expect all
of the WCUFFA requests in one
year.
Harrison gave commission-
ers a 44 page document with
suggestions on how the board
can improve the volunteer fire
departments and made fund-
ing suggestions. The VFDs are
funded by the $35 special as-
Ssessment for fire protection
and have been depending on
the same amount of MSBU
since 1997.


Budget

Harrison said fire service
calls have increased 138 percent
since 1993 and the cost of
equipment, training, fuel and
insurance continues to rise.
The only thing that has not
continued to rise is the num-
ber of residents willing to vol-
unteer their time to fight fires.
As a result, the number of
firefighters available to fight
fires during weekdays has got-
ten alarmingly low, said Harri-
son.
"We've made do with less
than what we needed over the
years," said Harrison. Legisla-
tive mandates have changed
the way volunteers are trained
and made being a firefighter a
much more expensive and time
consuming activity, he added.
The WCUFFA has requested
$100,000 worth of funding to
provide volunteers with a sti-
pend to offset some of the "out
of pocket" expenses involved
in being a volunteer such ,s
gasoline to respond to the
scenes of emergencies.
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Sopchoppy

Celebrates

The Fourth
The 230th anniversary of
the founding of the United
States was celebrated in
Sopchoppy with the city's
annual Fourth of July Pa-
rade, which this year fea-
tured more than 50 entries
that ranged from the tradi-
tional parade floats to mon-
ster trucks, from a stretch
Hummer limousine to golf
carts, from a scooter to be-
ing on foot. Despite the
sweltering heat, a big crowd
turned out to cheer the pass-
ing of the patriotically
decked-out entries which,
this being an election year.
included a number of local
politicians on the press-the-
flesh, kiss-the-baby circuit.
(Photo by Lynda Kinsey)


Lawhon Threatens

Meeting Clamp Down


Frustrated by Wakulla Coun-
ty residents using the "Citizens
to be heard" portion of county
commission meetings for po-
litical purposes, Chairman
Maxie Lawhon promised his
fellow board members and citi-
zens attending the Monday,
July 3 board meeting that he
will propose a solution at the
Monday, July 17 meeting.
Lawhon told the board and
the audience that he will pro-
pose a motion that will elimi-
nate the "Citizens to be heard"
section of the meeting. Citizens
will still be given the opportu-
nity to discuss specific matters
that are on the board agenda,
he added.
"I am so tired of getting
brow beat every meeting," said
Lawhon. "It's the same five or
six people every meeting."
Chairman Lawhon continued
that the group of citizens have


done their best to discredit all
of the board members in front
of the Comcast television cam-
eras except Commissioner
Howard Kessler.
Lawhon added that ever'
other year the citizens begin
their campaign to discredit the
board a few months before the
elections are held.
Panacea environmentalist
Jack Rudloe and several other
members of the audience used
the July Fourth and U.S. Con-
stitution theme on the eve of
Independence Day.
After Lawhon proposed his
motion to eliminate the citi-
zens input section, Panacea
environmentalist Jack Rudloe
shouted out to Lawhon that
citizens have a right to speak
at board meetings.
Lawhon asked Captain Cliff
Carroll of the Wakulla County
Please turn to Page 12


Speakers Air Patriotic Theme


A resolution submitted by
Wakulla County Commissioner
Howard Kessler "affirming the
citizens' right to freedom of
speech" was rejected by the
board Monday, July 3.
Board members failed to
give Kessler a second to his
motion and it was dropped.
Commissioner Ed Brimner said


board members were "made to
look like we don't support free
speech" for not supporting
Kessler's resolution.
Commissioner Maxie Law-
hon added that Kessler and his
supporters were involved in a
political ploy to discredit the
rest of the commission. "It's
(resolution) worded that way,"


St. Marks Lighthouse Changes Hands


It has taken nearly a decade
but the U.S. Fish and Wildlife
Service hopes it was worth the
wait.
SThe St. Marks Lighthouse
has finally changed ownership
to the federal agency that runs
,the St. Marks National Wildlife
Refuge. The transaction re-
quired action by U.S. Congress
and a little bit of pushing by
Rep.' Allen Boyd.
Boyd supported and Con-
gress passed the Coast Guard
and Maritime Transportation
Act of 2006 last week which
included language to transfer
ownership of the refuge land-
mark from the U.S. Coast Guard
to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife
Service.
The transfer of the owner-
ship is the first step of what
promised to be another long
process of renovating the 175-
year-old lighthouse.
"It is important that we pre-
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St. Marks Lighthouse Will Be Renovated And Opened To The Public


said Lawhon.
Kessler countered that resi-
.dents speaking out about
projects such as the N.G. Wade
Sustainable Community are
not protected against Strategic
Lawsuits Against Public Partici-
pation (SLAPP) which has a
chilling effect on community
participation in the public hear-
ing process.
The SLAPP lawsuit filed by
N.G. Wade against residents
Earl Enge, Robert Alessi and
Victor Lambou for allegedly
delaying the Wade project was
dropped through a Stipulated
Settlement Agreement with the
state Division of Administra-
tive Hearings.
Resident Michael Keys told
the board that residents are
only protected from SLAPP law-
suits by government agencies
who face questions from their
constituents.
Sopchoppy City Clerk Jackie
Lawhon told the gathering that
"freedom of speech is covered
in the U.S. Constitution." She
added that residents have
abused their right to speak at
county commission meetings.
"You have the right to speak
at every meeting," she said.
"You have ample opportunity
to get your points across.
Speakers need to sign a civility
clause before they appear be-
fore the commission, she
stated.
"The same people get up
Please turn to Page 13


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Sopchoppy

Man Drowns

At State Park
Wakulla County Sheriff's
Office investigators recovered
the. body of a 30-year-old
SSopchoppy man who drowned
at the Ochlockonee River State
Park Saturday, July 1. The
drowning is the second on the
Ochlockonee River since June
20.
Ernie Lashay Andrews of
Sopchoppy died after putting
his child on a dock at the state
park. Deputy Mike Helms re-
sponded to the park and began
administering CPR to Andrews
at the swimming area. EMS
personnel also administered
assistance until an emergency
helicopter arrived in the area.
Witnesses told investigators
that Andrews was at the state
park for a family reunion.
Andrews was watching the
children swim when he no-
ticed his son begin to struggle.
Andrews jumped in and put
the child on his shoulders and
brought him to the dock. He
disappeared below the water
while pushing the child onto
the dock.
Other witnesses at the
scene jumped into the water
and recovered Andrews' body.
: The victim was taken to Talla-
Please turn to Page 12


Rains Don't

Hurt Beach

Water Quality
Hurricane Alberto and hea-
vy recent summer rains have
caused the Florida Department
of Health to issue only one
water quality advisory at area
beaches during the warm months.
State officials have not is-
sued any advisories for the
Ochlockonee Bay area public
beach since Dec. 26, 2005. No
results were obtained for the
location for several months fol-
lowing the 2005 hurricane sea-
son and the cold winter months.
However, water samples have
been taken three times in June
and no health advisories have
been necessary.
Mash Island Park was badly
damaged by Hurricane Dennis
last July but has been open
since the late spring.
Shell Point Beach has been
tested on a regular basis all
year and has received a good
bill of health for almost every
test period.
Only a water sample test on
May 8 required an advisory
against swimming. The last
warning advisories were issued
over a two week period on Jan.
24 and Jan. 31. Shell Point
Beach has had seven water
samples taken since the advi-
sory of May 8 and received
good results from the labora-
Please turn to Page 12


Inside

This Week
Almanac Page 9
Church Page 4
Classifieds............... Page 17
Comment & Opinion..Page 2
Community...............Page 5
Crossword Puzzle.... Page 17
Outdoors...............Page 8
People' Page 6
School Page 10
Sheriff s Report.......Page 15
Sports Page 10
Week In Wakulla......Page 2


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Comment and Opinion

Established In Wakulla County In 1895
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Some Get Answers, But Not Everybody


Editor, The News:
A few hours 'before the
Wakulla County Commission
meeting June 19, Chairman
Maxie Lawhon had a shovel in
hand and was working his day
job in the hot, hot sun for the
Water Department of the City
of Sopchoppy.
So maybe it was the heat
that explains Lawhon's actions
later that night when some citi-
zens were trying to speak dur-
ing a part of the commission
meeting called "Citizens to be
heard."
Several citizens tried to get
answers from commissioners
and County Attorney Ron
Mowrey about county prob-
lems (some of them dealing
with shipping water out of
Wakulla County), but Lawhon
stopped their questions mid-
sentence.
Lawhon said it's been a
long-standing rule that no citi-
zens could'ask questions and


Letters
get answers from commission-
ers or Attorney Mowrey during
"Citizens to be heard."
Did the sun dry up Lawhon's
memory? Or was he just being,
a crafty so-and-so with his
heavy-handed un-American
censorship?
That rule of Lawhon's has


been about as long-standing as
May 15 when Nancy Linnan, a
big corporation lawyer, and
Allison DeFoor, a local politico
and would-be water sheik,
spoke during "Citizens to be
heard." They wanted commis-
sioners to think about "media-
tion" talks that could eventu-
ally allow water to be shipped
out of Wakulla County. DeFoor
was eaten up with enthusiasm.
Water, he said, could be to
Wakulla County as oil is to
Kuwait.
Not only did Lawhon allow
Linnan and DeFoor to ask and
answer commissioners' ques-
tions, he even let Attorney
Mowrey in the discussion. "I'll
look into it," Mowrey said and
added he would report back.
Before they left, DeFoor and
Linnail promised all citizens
that the mediation would have
"transparency," (political lingo
for doing business so publicly
that even regular taxpaying
citizens would know what was
going on).
Unfortunately, that transpar-
ency seems a bit blurred. At the
moment, it's a mystery to most
people in Wakulla County as
to what issue Linnan and the
county are mediating. Two


years ago, commissioners
voted down proposals that
could have let people ship
water out of the county. When
no one filed a challenge, the
idea of shipping water out of
the county appeared legally
dead.
So what is Linnan trying to
mediate? A defeated 2004 at-
tempt to allow water to be
trucked out of the county, or a
defeated 2005 land use amend-
ment that would allow people
in Wakulla County to bottle
water and ship it out in vari-
ous forms?
Can the commissioners,
merely Py wishing it so, bring
back to life issues that died
because of insufficient votes to
keep them alive?
While interested people are
trying to figure out what is
going on, maybe Lawhon can
figure out what his long-stand-
ing position really is. Should
all citizens get to ask questions
and get answers during "Citi-
zens to be heard," or only spe-
cial citizens asking about spe-
cial matters that put a smile on
the face cf the Sopchoppy wa-
ter man.
Harrison Metcalf
Crawfordville,


Editor, The News:
Man, I don't know who
Suzanne Smith is, but she can
come to my house anytime
She can pet my dog, ride
around in my 'lil truck, help
work high steel on our mast-
odon or we can stroll down the
new Avenue of Presidents,
which no one, including you,
Mr. Brimner, are going to get
anytime soon. 'Cause we're
"fiscally 'constrained," you
know...except when you want
to waste a few hundred thou-
sand dollars hiring and firing,
eh?
Hire the white guy over the
more qualified black candidate...
Booml Hire the white guy for
the VA...Booml Or fire our
county administrator... Booml
Again Now I don't know a lot
about politics, but it seems to'
me there's always a few bucks
for weird stuff like that (plus I
love writing "Booml" And these
'lil dots...)
But wait! There's morel I
think Mrs. Smith's gonna hit
the roof when she learns more
about what "Maxie's Minions"
are up to now. Like Mr. Paul
Johnson, "environmentalist
extraordinaire," writing Brimner's
"My View" sprayfield op-ed in
the Democrat...Boom again
There's morel Not only did
Mr. Johnson write it, he appar-
ently thought it up, too! Then
he billed the county So much


for Mr. Brimner and his, uhhh,
"views," eh? I contacted Mary
Ann Lindley at The Democrat
and told her when Brimner
wrote again to skip the middle
man and ask Paul Johnson
directly...Booml
So, I guess Mr. Brimner not
only doesn't write his own "My
View" columns, just like the
presidents he won't make an
avenue for, he also needs
someone to think up his views
for the "My View" column so
he can get his name out there
and run for a higher office mid
term, ruining the region like
he's ruining the county.
I'm quoting now, from Mr.
Johnson's bill to Mr. Mowrey
to the county-the great Tinker-
to-Evans-to-Chance double play
combo of Wakulla County:
"Met with...Ed Brinmne to dis-
cuss response to Mayor Marks...
Met with Brimner to finalize
My View article." Busted Mr,
Brimner...Booml Busted, Mr.
Johnson...Booml
Thanks to The'News for let-
ting me express my views...and
they are my views. And thanks
to the diligent public-spirited
citizens like Ms. Smith, who
are looking at all the stuff go-
ing on around here...and pass-
ing it on. You know, it is "dis-
gusting."
Boom...I
Hugh Taylor
Crawfordville


Get Out And Support

Local Businesswomen


Editor, The News:
The long, hot summer lies
ahead. If you know any senior
citizens you also know what a
long, hot summer can do to.
prolong loneliness and isola-
tion. Maybe a relative visits
and you are left to think of cool
things to do. Cool and less
humid, that is.
We're fortunate. There are
two delightful places to take
anyone, senior or not, to while
away some hours. Both of
them offer plenty of items to
browse through, plenty of in-
teresting things to look at and
comfortable seating.
One has the best scones,
true Devonshire clotted cream
and a fine selection of teas for
the perfect pick-me-up. The
other has delicious iced coffee
(and a great cup of hot java as
well).
So my suggestion to the af-
ternoon blahs is to take that

Correction
In a letter to the editor from
Suzanne Smith that was pub-
lished in the June 29 issue of
The News, a typographical er-
ror was made regarding the
amount of attorney Ron Mow-
rey's salary increase. It should
have said an increase from
$106,000 to $140,000. In addi-
tion, in the same letter, an opin-
ion letter to a Tallahassee
newspaper was written "for"
Commissioner Ed Brimner not
"to" him. We regret the errors.


relative or friend on a road trip.
Go to Sopchoppy. Visit the
quaint old buildings and the
friendliest folks with great
taste for tea at The Book and
Art Tea Room.
Helen and Tina will talk
about books and art for hours
while you sit and look out at
the afternoon rain and wipe
that last delicious crumb from
your lips.
On another day, go to Aza-
lea Park in Crawfordville to
take a short stroll and then,
across the street, treat yourself
and your guests to that fabu-
lous iced coffee at Tattered
Pages Books. Be sure to ask for
the ice cubes made with cof-
fee.
What's even better than
knowing you've taken your
guests out for a change of scen-
ery? You know you are support-
ing local businesswomen who
have put their heart into bring-
ing you a unique experience to
enjoy.
Madeleine H. Carr
Crawfordville

All Hail Mike

Stewart Road
Editor, The News:
In response to Bob and
Annette Carey's letter, Avenue
Of Presidents: Did you see the
new Mike Stewart Road at Wal-
Mart?
K. Wilson
Crawfordville


Editor, The News:
At the county commission
meeting on July 3, the eve of
Independence -Day, Maxie
Lawhon proposed doing away
with the "citizens to be heard"
part of the county commission
agenda.
What did our forefathers
fight for, to have a would-be
petty tyrant deny people their
constitutional right to express
their views? The first amend-
ment to the U.S. Constitution
says, "Congress shall make no
l. aw....prohibiting the free exer-
cise thereof;.or abridging the,
freedom of speech, or of the
press; or the right of the people
peaceably to assemble, and to

Thanks To

Sponsors

Editor, The News:
Many thanks to all the won-
derful sponsors and contribu-
tors to the "Salute" A.M. Smith
Golf Tournament and dinner
banquet fundraiser for Big
Bend Hospice on June 23. This
fundraiser was successful be-
cause of sponsors Wakulla
Bank, Wal-Mart, Lost Creek
Land Development. Mike's
Marine, Residential Elevators,
Sandy Beach Properties, our
hole sponsors, dinner table
sponsors, placement sponsors,
and many donations given by
individuals.
This was a very emotional
and rewarding fundraiser for
our family. Thank you all for
allowing us to honor our par-
ents, and contribute to a
wonderful organization that
Wakulla County is blessed to
have. Again, thank you to all
the hospice nurses who travel
arounri the county to care for
other Ipved ones,
The Alsey & Mary
Smith Family


Thanks For

Tree Work
Editor, The News:
.Work was recently under-
taken in St. Marks by county
personnel.to remove unsightly
and, in some cases, hazardous
tree and brush growth en-
croaching on the streets and
ditches.
The machine operator and
escort performing the work
were diligent in assuring the
safety of the residents and
passing motorists and pedes-
trians.
Many thanks to St. Marks
City Manager Zoe Mansfield
for contacting county adminis-
trators to initiate this work and
to the county for their timely
response.
David and Gail Field
Shell Island Road


petition the government for a
redress of grievances."
If old revolutionaries who
founded our nation and wrote
that heard what Maxie said
they would have pelted him
with rotten eggs and ridden
him out on a rail, dripping with
tar and feathers.
Maxie said that people will
be able to speak to agenda
items only, if he gets hfs way.
That means that he alone con-
trols thli'agenda itemni aAdthe
discussion on what topics are
brought up. That's not accept-
able.
"Citizens to be heard" is not
much of an exercise in engag-
ing your government: commis-
sioners wait for your words to
stop before saying, "Next!" But
it gives citizens a chance to
vent about the rotten govern-
ment that's being foisted on
us. And vent I will until the
sheriff drags me off to prison,
which almost happened when
I stood up over Maxie's objec-
tions and expressed.my out-
rage at his latest proposal to
deny my Constitutional rights.
Just who does Mr. Lawhon
think he is? He skimped by re-
election by four votes in the
primary, and only a handful
more in the general election.
Unfortunately, we can't get rid
of Maxie until the election af-
ter this one, but we can heave
Henry Vause, his lock-step vot-
ing buddy, out of office in a
few months and, hopefully,
install someone who respects
our rights of free speech. '
Happy Independence Day!
Happy Fourth of July!
Jack Rudloe
Panacea



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WEEK IN WAKULLA
Thursday, July 6. 2006
ALZHEIMER'S SUPPORT GROUP meets at the public library at 6 p.m.
COASTAL OPTIMIST CLUB meets at Posey's Up the Creek in Panacea at noon.
COUNTY BUDGETAND FINANCE COMMITTEE meets at the commission
complex at 9:30 a.m.
LIBRARY SUMMER YOUTH PROGRAM will feature "A Wonderful World of
Tales." presented by the Atlantic Coast Thatre for Youth at the public
library at 6:30 p.m.
PARENTING CLASS will be held at the health department from 9 to 11 a.m.
The topic will be baby safety and infant CPR.
PUBLIC RECEPTION for photographer Lori Ann Pollgreen, who specializes in
Florida nature and documentary photos, will be held at the Wakulla Wel-
come Center in Panacea from 6 to 8 p.m.
ROTARY CLUB meets at the senior center at 12 noon.
Friday, July 7, 2006
PICKIN' 'N' GRINNIN' JAM SESSION will be held at the senior center from 10
a.m. to noon. (Also on Tuesdays.)
Saturday, July 8, 2006
BOOK SIGNING, featuring poet Phoebe Fillis signing her book, Rubies in the
Forest, will be held at Tattered Pages from 1 to 3 p.m.
Monday, July 10, 2006
CHRISTIAN COALITION meets at New Hope Church at 7 p.m.
CHRONIC PAIN SEMINAR will be held at Wakulla Station Pharmacy from 6 to
8 p.m. Roy Abarbanel, certified physical therapist, and Dr. Brian Johnson,
clinical pharmacist, will speak. To reserve a space, call 421-4040.
HATHA YOGA CLASS will be held at the public library at 7 p.m. For informa-
tion, call Della at 926-4293 or e-mail della.parker@earthlink.net.
PLANNING COMMISSION will meet'in the commission boardroom at 7 p.m.
SENIOR APPRECIATION DAY will be held at the senior center from 9 a.m. to
1 p.m. The event will feature free cholesterol screenings, give-aways, edu-
cational booths, and information on health, fitness and safety.
SOPCHOPPY CITY COMMISSION meets at city hall in Sopchoppy at 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday, July 11, 2006
NA meets at Joanna Johnson's office in the Barry Building at 7 p.m.
BOOK BABIES, a program for children up to 3 years old and their parents,
meets at the public library at 10:30 a.m.
THE GATHERING, a program for high school students, meets at the public
library from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
LIBRARY SUMMER YOUTH PROGRAM will hold a "Tuesday Outing" with a
trip to Gulf Specimen Marine Lab in Panacea at 2:30 p.m.
Wednesday, July 12 2006
AA meets at Ochlockonee Bay UMC on Surf Road at noon.
BRAIN GYM CLASS will be held at the senior citizens center at 10:30 a.m.
CHRISTMAS IN JULY, a fundraiser luncheon for the Wakulla County Senior
Citizens Center, will be held at the senior center at noon. Speaker will be
humorist Wm. Carroll Lamb. Tickets are $50 per person.
CINEMANIACS, a middle school film studies class, meets at the public li-
brary at 2:30 p.m.


The Choice Was To Spend


Editor, The News:
Taxpayers' money still be-
ing poked down the drain? It
was with disdain I learned the
county had paid to advertise
the letter written by Chairman
Lawhon to the Governor be-
cause so many people called
about the letter.
It seems those in authority
had' aheiic'ry-PTrPt the letter
on the county web site: 2.:'
Make copies of the letter for
those interested" and charge
them 15 cent per page; or 3.)
Spend taxpayers money on a
"paid advertisement."
It seems the options were
to collect money or spend
money. Once again, the choice


was to spend.
Several questions arose in
my mind when I read the let-
ter: 1.) What is being adver-
tised? 2.) What personal gain
did Commissioner Kessler ex-
pect? 3.) Why was the Governor's
response not printed also?
Surely there has been some
type response over the past
fiyfewee ks. If there has been
id; response from the Gover-
nor, as there been anyi follow-
up?
Come on guys, get a grip on
our money and spend it wisely
.to the benefit of all citizens.
Jimmie Doyle
Crawfordville


Moms make the best pillows!! However, Mom says
we are old enough to be adopted and have our
own special beds. Both of us and our mom are at
the Wakulla County Animal Shelter waiting for
someone to adopt us. We are Catahoula mix
hounds, healthy and playful. If you are interested
in adopting one of us, please visit or call the
animal shelter. Phone: 926-0890.
If you have some spare time and would like to volunteer
to help socialize and exercise some of the animals call
Cathy Sherman, Volunteer Coordinator at 264-4511


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serve St. Marks Lighthouse so
that future generations can ap-
preciate this historic land-
mark," said Congressman Boyd.
"Transferring this land to the
Fish and Wildlife Service will
allow for the restoration of this
beautiful site and the protec-
tion of its distinctive heritage
so that the stories it tells will
not fade away."
A staunch proponent for re-
storing the lighthouse, Con-
gressman Boyd has been work-
ing to transfer ownership of
the lighthouse since 2003.
Through his discussions with
the Coast Guard, the U.S. Fish
and Wildlife Service and the
Bureau of Land Management,
Rep. Boyd facilitated the agree-
ment between the groups to
allow the transfer to be com-
pleted before Congress.
In the 109th Congress, Rep.
Boyd worked with the House
Transportation and Infrastruc-
ture Committee to include lan-
guage in the act to transfer the
structure.
"I'm so pleased the language
for the transfer of the St. Marks
Lighthouse was included in
this bill," said Rep. Boyd. "This
has been a long time coming
and all of our hard work has
finally paid off. With its unique
history ingrained in the Civil
War and early agricultural com-
merce, St. Marks Lighthouse
played a significant part of
America's past, and we must
ensure that it remains a part
of our future."
Currently, the Coast Guard
owns, operates and maintains
the St. Marks Lighthouse,
which remains an active navi-
gational aid for vessels on
Apalachee Bay. The National.
Lighthouse Keepers Associa-
tion and the St. Marks Refuge
Association, Inc. have been
planning and saving money so
that repairs can begin immedi-
ately when ownership is trans-
ferred.
The lighthouse project be-
'gan more than six years ago.
when an open house was held
at the structure in February
2000 to enlist Rep. Boyd's help
and rally' support through the
Srefutge association and the
Florida Lighthouse Association.
In the short term, St. Marks
Refuge officials are planning a
celebration "ribbon cuttingac-
tivity" with Rep.: Boyd in' late
July or early August; But in the
long term, there is much to do.
"We still have a lot to hammer
out," said Refuge Ranger Robin
Will.
Gov. Jeb Bush has declared
Saturday. Sept. 16 as Florida
Lighthouse Day and the refuge
is planning a major event as
part of Coastal Cleanup Day.
The public will be invited to
tour the structure and refuge
staff are going to have a man
and a woman dressed up in
authentic lighthouse keeper
society clothing of the day, said
:Will... .
Will added that working
with several federal agencies
and Congress has taken time.
"I was just looking at the pro-.
'gram from the open house,"
she said. "Six years later, here
we are.",
She estimated renovation
work at the lighthouse to cost
more than $1 million as asbes-
tos must be removed fromthe
building and lead contamina-
tion must be removed from the
soil.
In addition, Hurricane Den-
nis was not kind to the struc-
ture. The high water level from
the July 2005 storm chased
snakes and insects inside the
building where they now re-
side. Dirt, lichen and mildew
cover the floor which has mul-
tiple layers of flooring covering,
the original hardwood floor.
Some of the stairs that access
Sthe beacon also need to be se-
cured.
Will said the refuge will
have to work with the Coast
Guard to create the new mu-
seum since the Coast Guard


and its auxiliary have used the
building over the years and
have archival materials.
The St. Marks Refuge Asso-
ciation will serve as the "bank-
er" in acquiring grant funding


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for the work and hiring a light- _
house architect to develop
blueprints for the renovation
project,
"We're not sure how we are
going to manage it," said Will.
"Perhaps we can take people
out there from the visitor cen-!
ter by tram."


The lighthouse is 81 feet tall -
and gives an outstanding view
of much of the refuge's 70,000
acres. The lighthouse was origi-
nally constructed in 1831 and'
was added to the National Reg-,
ister of Historic Places in 1972.,
The lighthouse keepers main-'
tained the facility until the fa-


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cility became automated in
1960.
The St. Marks Refuge Asso-i
ciation submitted a grant appli-i
cation to the Florida Division,
of Historic Resources earlier in'
the year but withdrew the re-;
quest because the ownership
issue remained unresolved.


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Obituaries


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Years, where he worked in
graphics and quality control.
He grew up in Georgia and
, attended school in Columbus
and Chamblee. He was a mem-
ber of Pierce Chapel Method-
ist Church.
Survivors include his wife of
S20 years, Mary Allen of Talla-
hassee; his children, Karen A.
Cain, Richard Allen and Mark
Allen and wife Christa, all of
Woodville; his stepchildren,
Leah Clark and Richard Clark,
Both of Tampa; seven grand-
Schildren, Kelly Allen, Justin
Allen, Brandy Allen, Christo-
I pher Allen, Shelby Cain, Mat-
thew Knapp and Mary Kath-
erine Knapp; two great-grand-
children, Kailley Smith and
Zachary Smith; four brothers,
SRobert B. Alien and wife Bar-
6 bara of Eatonton, GA, Joseph
S R. Smith and wife Barbara of
Columbus, J. David Smith and
wife Lynn of Gastonia, NC, and
SWilliam B. Smith arid wife Joy
of Cataula, GA; three sisters,,
I Mary A. McFerrin of Conyers,
S GA, and Martha A. Fouche and
husband Robert and Margaret
S A. Hall and husband Joe, all of
S Columbus; an aunt, H. Virginia
S Allen of Fort Myers; an uncle,
S J. Ray Allen of Conyers; and
,,sevral-nieces and nephews.
.i"''Culley's MeadowWood Fu-
j,,1al rome in Tallahassee was
in charge of the arrangements.
SMyrtice 0. Berryman
Myrtice 0. Berryman, 82, of
S Carrabelle died Friday, June 30
in Tallahassee.
The funeral service was held
Monday, July 3 at White Primi-
tive Baptist Church in Wood-
ville with burial at Woodville
Cemetery.
A native of Newport, she
was a longtime resident of Tal-
lahassee. She was a former
member of the Pine Grove As-
sembly of God Church. She re-
tired after 26 years of service
as a central files supervisor for
the City of Tallahassee.
Survivors include her hus-
band, George H. Berryman of
Carrabelle; a daughter, Alice A.
Lemieux and husband Jimmy
of Greensboro; four sons, Rich-
ard Tharpe and wife Linda,
John Wychie Phillips and wife
Helen, all of Tallahassee, Glenn
Phillips of Greensboro, and
i Darwin Gordon Phillips of
Leon County; two stepdaugh-
ters, Georgeanne Henderson
and husband Mark of Havana
and Betty Ann Berryman of
Dothan, AL; three sisters,
Florine McComb, Marjorie.
Brown and Myrle Kinsey, all of


Richard C. Allen, Jr.
Richard Cline Alien, Jr., 67,
of Tallahassee died Friday, June
30.
A memorial service was
held Monday, July 3 at Culley's
MeadowWood Funeral Home
in Tallahassee. Memorial con-
tributions may be made to Big
Bend Hospice, 1723 Mahan
Center Blvd., Tallahassee, FL
32308. He was cremated and
his ashes were spread in the
Gulf of Mexico near St. Marks.
A native of Columbus, GA,
he was the son of Richard C.
Allen, Sr. and Penelope Brittain
Allen and the stepson of Stella
Opal Allen. He retired from the
Tallahassee Democrat, after 32


Revival Plans Revealed


Thessalonia Missionary Bap-
tist Church in the Hyde Park
community will host a revival
this week. The event began July
5 and concludes Friday, July 7
with prayer meetings at 7 p.m.
nightly.
Following the revival, the
Rev. Octvia Tooks of the First

Gospel And

Services Set

The Wakulla Church of
Christ, 426 Woodville Highway,
will host gospel meetings and
Bible study services beginning
Sunday, July 9.
The Sunday, July 9 Bible
study will be held at 9:30 a.m.
followed by services at 10:30
a.m. and 5 p.m. The gospel
meetings with Jessie Daniels of
West Virginia will be held Mon-
day, July 10 through Wednes-
day, July 12 at 7:30 p.m. nightly.
Everyone is invited to attend.


Bethlehem Missionary Baptist
Association will give a week-
long message Monday, July 10
through Friday, July 14 at 7 p.m.
nightly. Tooks is the pastor of
Demascus Missionary Baptist
Church in Madison.
Each night song services
will be provided by different
.choirs or groups. Thessalonia
Senior Choir will perform on
Monday. Chris and the Thess-
alonia Gospel Singers of Talla-
hassee will perform Tuesday
and Wednesday night. Evange-
list Feba Jackson and the Cho-
sen Ones, a local recording art-
ist from Tallahassee, will per-
form on Thursday. New Mount
Zion Missionary Baptist Church
and the Manning Sisters of
Wakulla Station will perform
on Friday.
Rev. Fredrick Bell is the
Thessalonia pastor. Everyone is
invited to attend. For more in-
formation, call the church at
925-6578 or Joeann Nelson at
926-8329.


Tallahassee; 24 grandchildren;
and 27 great-grandchildren.
Culley's MeadowWood Fu-
neral Home in Tallahassee was
in charge of the arrangements.
Josephine Boheler
Josephine "Josie" Boheler,
59, of Crawfordville died Satur-
day, June 24.
A memorial service will be
held at 5 p.m. Saturday, July 8
at the family residence, 81
Ridgewood Drive, Crawford-
ville. Memorial contributions
may be made to the Boheler
Family Memorial Account, C/
O Flag Credit Union, 3115
Connor Blvd., Tallahassee, FL
32311-3813. Please visit http://
precious-moments-product
ions.com/Josie/Index.html.
A native of Philadelphia, she
made her home in the Tallahas-
see area since 1992. She was a
senior word processor for the
Florida Department ofAgricul-
ture.
Survivors include her hus-
band of 36 years, Max Boheler
of Crawfordville; three daugh-
ters,. Mary McDonald, Denise
Boheler and Kimberly Rigdon;
her parents, Joseph and Joan
Tagg; three grandchildren, Jes-
sica, Zatana and Sianna; a
brother; and four sisters.
Culley's MeadowWood Fu-
neral Home in Tallahassee was
in charge of the arrangements.
Joe L. Bradham
Joe Lewis Bradham, 54, of
Tallahassee died Saturday, June
24 in Gainesville.
The funeral service was held
Saturday, July 1 at Tabernacle
Missionary Baptist Church in
Tallahassee with burial at
Springhill Association Cem-
etery in Crawfordville.
A native of Wakulla County,
he was a carpenter.
Survivors include four sons,
Joe Bradham, Jr. and wife
Cheryl, Christopher Bradham,
Djuante Bradham and Devonte
Jamaul Bradham; a stepson.
Willard Kelly; a granddaughter,
Fanecia Salem-Bradham: five
sisters, 'Mar Yant, Sena Gavin
and husband Henry, Sallie Hill
and husband Benny, Jan Col-
lins and husband Leroy and
Johnnie Mae Bradham; a broth-
er, Wilbur Bradham and wife
Benita; a brother-in-law, Tom
Kelly, Sr.; a sister-in-law, Lillie
Bradham; a devoted niece,
Carol Kelly and husband Mar-
shall; a devoted companion,
Beverly Denefield; a devoted
friend, Courtney Pilcher; his
mother-in-law, Jessie Harris;
and a host of other nieces and
nephews.
Richardson's Family Funeral
Care in Tallahassee was in
charge of the arrangements.
Toby J. Bradsher
Toby James Bradsher, 66, of
Tallahassee died Thursday,
June 29 in Tallahassee.
The funeral service will be
held at 11 a.m, Thursday, July 6
at Flowers Funeral Home Cha-
pel in Henderson, NC. Rev.
Frank Sossaman will conduct
the service. Burial will follow
at the Cokesbury United Meth-
odist Church Cemetery. Flow-
ers will be accepted or memo-
rial contributions may be made
to the American Heart Associa-
tion, Memorial and Tribute Pro-


The Wakulla County Chris-
tian Coalition will hold a meet-
ing at 7 p.m. Monday, July 10
at New Hope Church. The
church is located on Lower
Bridge Road near Barber Road
in Crawfordville. The public is
invited to attend.


cessing Center, P.O. Box 5216
Glen Allen, VA 23058-5216.
A native of Henderson, NC,
he was the son of the late
Newbern John and Delphia
Pearce. He was a retired con-
struction superintendent with
Walgreen Drug Stores. He
moved to Florida in 1968, was
a carpenter and traveled through-
out the southeast building drug
stores. He enjoyed boating and
fishing along with camping
and visiting the nation's na-
tional treasures.
Survivors include a son,
Michael Wayne Bradsher of
Crawfordville; a brother, Curtis
Wayne Bradsher and wife
Janice of Laurel, MD; a former
daughter-in-law, Debbie Rob-
inson: of Henderson, NC, for-
mer wife of Toby, Jr.; four grand-
children, Justin Bradsher, Jen-
nifer Privette and husband
Ken4, Elizabeth Bradsher and
Toby Bradsher III; and Norma
Bradsper, widow of Toby, Jr.
FIlwers Funeral Home in
Henderson, NC is in charge of
the arrangements.
SDavid Hayes
David Hayes, 79, of Quincy
died Saturday, July 1.
A graveside service was held
Wednesday, July 5 at Tallahas-
see Memory Gardens.
He was a metal framer in the
commercial construction indus-
try.
Survivors include his com-
panion, Flora Hayes of Quincy;
a son, Jeffery Hayes and wife
Michelle of Crawfordville; two
daughters, Diane Chitty and
Deborah Bruce, both of Talla-
hassee; four grandchildren; and
three great-grandchildren.
Abbey-Riposta Funeral Home
in Tallahassee was in charge of
the arrangements.
Fred Johnson
Deacon Fred Johnson, 89, of
Tallahassee died Sunday, June
25.
The funeral service was held
Saturday. July 1 at Little Salem
Primitive Baptist Church in
Crawfordville with burial at
Crawford Cemetery. Elder
Derek L. Howard, his grandson,
officiated.
A native of Crawfordville, he
was a member of New Bridge
Hope Missionary Baptist Church
in Crawfordville. He was also a
member of the deacon board
and Masonic Lodge # 5. He was
a retired laborer and farmer.
Survivors include three
daughters, Barbara J. Adams,
Linda Gail Paramore and hus-
band Nathaniel and Olivia
Howard; seven grandsons; five
granddaughters, which include
two he raised, Valerie V. Adams
and Cassandra Dawson; 23
great-grandchildren; a sister,
Adriana McKissick; a brother,
Albert Hicks; a sister-in-law,
SHazel Johnson; a goddaughter,
Margaret Howard; and a host
of nieces and nephews.
Richardson Family Funeral
Care in Tallahassee was in
charge of the arrangements.
Clarence A. Reed, Jr..
Clarence Andrew Reed, Jr.,
41, of Tallahassee died Monday,
June 26.
The funeral service was held
Saturday. July 1 at Old West
Florida Enrichment Center
with burial at Southside Cem-
etery,
A lifelongg resident of Talla-
hassee, he was a program man-
ager for the Leon County
School District. He was a mem-
ber o Mothers Against Drunk
Driving, the Department of
Environmental Protection's
Wakulla Springs Water Study
and Apalachee Tapestry Mag-
net School of the Arts Parent
Teacher Organization. He was
a former volunteer at the Smith
Williams Center and served as
a consultant at the Aminah
Project, Inc. He attended the
Tallahassee Church of God and
was a former ranger at Wakulla
Springs State Park.
Survivors include his wife,


Meeting Set


r Schedule of Services
* Sunday 11 a.m.
* Wednesday 7 p.m. Ii
* Thursday Ladies
Bible Study 10 a.m.
2263 Curtis Mill Rd.
Sopchoppy, FL 962-3774
Pastor John S. Dunning
(From Rhema Bible Taining Cehter)


Toni Warren Reed of Tallahas-
see; two sons, Dante' Reed and
Devonte' Reed, both of Talla-
hassee; a daughter, D'yAis Reed
of Tallahassee; his mother,
Bernice Jefferson King of Talla-
hassee; his paternal grand-
mother, Lillie Elizabeth Mc-
Lendon of Tallahassee; three'
sisters, Mimi Jefferson Gooden
of Atlanta, Denise King of Or-
lando and Bridget King of Tal-
lahassee; six aunts, Beatrice
Jefferson Adams of Orlando,
Gloria Jefferson Anderson and
husband Bernard, Carrie Rich-
ardson and Rubye Gilliam, all
of Tallahassee, Algussie M. Pye
of Philadelphia, and Alma T.
Brown and husband James of
Jacksonville; three uncles, Elder
Wilbert Jefferson, Sr and wife
Sandra of Orlando, Ernest
Jefferson of Tallahassee and
Fred Jefferson, Jr. and wife
Margart. of Miami; two great-.
aunts, Thelma Link and Willie
M. Fisher, both of Tallahassee;
four nieces, Jessica Antoinette
Gaines of Tallahassee, and kai
Smith, Tanisha Warren and
Jade Wade, all of Buffalo, NY;
four nephews, Frankie jaray
Glover of Tallahassee and
Colby Smith, Tracy Warren, Jr.,
and Tyquan Warren, all of Buf-
falo; four brothers-in-law, Tracy
Warren, Terry Warren, Trevor
Warren and Tyrone Warren, all
of Buffalo; a sister-in-law, Thais
Smith and husband Colby; his
father-in-law, Philmore Warren;
and his mother-in-law, Bette
Warren.
Strong & Jones Funeral
Home in Tallahassee was in
charge of the arrangements.
Bobby K. Scott
Bobby K. Scott; 66, of Chatt-
ahoochee died Sunday, July 2
in Chattahoochee.
The funeral service was held
Wednesday, July 5 at Iarvest
Assembly of God Church with
burial at Mount Pleasant Cem-
etery. Memorial contributions
may be 'made to Harvest As-
sembly of God Church, 291
Oaks Road North, Chatta-
hoochee, FL 32324.
A native of Mayo, he had
lived in Chattahoochee since
1946, coming from Apalach-
icola. He was a self employed
laborer and member of Harvest
Assembly of God.
Survivors include his wife,
Pearline O. Scott of. Chatta-
hoochee; his mother, Doris O.


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L United
Methodist
Church
Sunday Worship 9 a.m.
Adult Sunday School 10:30 a.m.
Vustor Grett Zempleton
S (850) 962-2984


Trinity
Lutheran
Church of Wakulla County
Hwy. 98, Across from WHS
Web site:
TrinityLutheranofWakulla.com
Worship 9:00 a.m.
Pre-School M-F (3-5 Years)
Church 926-7808 Pre-School 926-5557

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*Saint Teresa
Episcopal
Church
1255 Rehwinkel Rd.'
At the comer of Rehwinkel Rd. & Up 98
Sunday School
Holy Eucharist 8:30 AM
Youth & Adults 9:30 AM
Children 10:30 AM
Worship 10:30 AM
Father John Spicer
& 926-4288


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Scott of Chattahoochee; a son,
Kenny Scott of Chattahoochee;
four daughters, Wilma K. Paulk
and Tamatha Smith, both of
Grangeburg, AL,JDonnie Odom
Lynn of Leesburg and Martha
Odom Fierro of Chattahoochee;
two brothers, Bill Scott of Cal-
vary, GA and Donnie Anderson
of Crawfordville; a sister,
Berriice Pittman of Chattahoo-
chee; eight grandchildren; eight
great-grandchildren; and a host
of nieces and nephews.
Lanier-Andler Funeral Home
in Chattahoochee was in charge
of the arrangements.
Annie G. Whaley
Annie Gray Whaley, 90, of
Crawfordville died Wednesday,
June 28 in Medart.
The funeral service was held
Saturday, July 1 at Friendship
Primitive Baptist Church in
Crawfordville with burial at
Lake Ellen Cemetery. Memorial
contributions may be made to
Friendship Primitive Baptist
Church, 165 Friendship Church
Road, Crawfordville, FL 32327.
A lifelong resident of Wa-
kulla County, she was a home-
maker and member of Friend-
ship Primitive Baptist Church.
Survivors include three
sons, Denzil Gray and wife
Peggie, Dallas Gray and wife
Diane and Tyler Gray and wife
Beverly, all of Medart; a sister,
Dorsey Lee Revell of Bain-
bridge, GA; nine grandchildren;
and 12 great-grandchildren.


Crawfordville United Methodist Church
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship 8:30 a.m. t 11 a.m.

Pastor GCary Morris
UNITED Pastor ar Morris "Come Grow With Us"
METHODIST 926-7209
CHURCH. Ochloekones & Arran Road
Mwww.gbgm-umc.org/evilleume


W a k-l C : 1391 Crawfordville Highway
W akulla- "ri s Cr'n"ford ile, FL 32327


Sunday Activities Wednesday Evening Activities
Continental Breakfast 9:15 a.m. Family Night Supper 5:30 p.m.
Bible Study/Fellowship 9:45 a.m. Children/Youth/Adult Activities 6:45 p.m.
Worship Service 11 a.m.'

General Office Hours: Monday Friday 9 a.m. 1 p.m.
Office 850-926-5152 Fax 850-926-5825 School Office 850-926-5583
Website: www.byhisgrace.cc/wsbc


FIRST
BApTlST C-URck


;3086 Crawfordville Hwy.
(South of the Courthouse)
Church Office:' 926-7896

www.fbccrawfordville.org
or
(youth) www.crosstraining.org


SUNDAY


Early Worship
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Evening'Worship


8:30 a.m.
9:45 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
6:00 p.m.


WEDNESDAY


Fellowship Meal
(call for reservations)
Prayer/ Bible Study
IMPACT (Youth)
Children's Events


6:00 p.m.

7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
6:30 p.m.


Hwy 319 Medart,
SOffice 926-5265
EarlyWorship 8:30 am.
0 Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
JD MorningWorship 11:00 a.m.
Youth Zone Time 4:30 p.m.
Evening Worship 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Services 7-00 px.
Our Mission is: Loving God and Loving Others
through Worship, Ministry and Service.
Operating like a family, strong in the Word of God, warm and
inviting. Powerfulministies for strngthnig our families.
Reaching Childrn, Youth, Aduts and Seniors for Jesus.
We will look forward to seeing you this Lord's Day.
www la b lenbptistdcurch.org


SOuicioulp Sout ern Baptist Church
7 Curtis jl .Road, Sopchoppy
9T-7822


Church


Harvey-Young Funeral Home
in Crawfordville was in charge
of the arrangements.
Jo W. Wright
Jo Watkins Wright, 76, of
Bainbridge, GA died Thursday,
June 29 in Bainbridge.
The funeral service was held
Sunday, July 2 at Ivey Funeral.
Home Chapel in Bainbridge
with burial at Roselawn Mem-
ory Gardens. Memorial contri-
butions may be made to Me-
morial Hospital Foundation,
1500 East Shotwell Street,
Bainbridge, GA 39819 or the
Bainbridge College Foundation,
P.O. Box 990, Bainbridge, GA
39818.
A native of Neshoba County,
MS, she was the daughter of
Richard Grady Watkins and
Bessie Leona Gainey Watkins.
She.graduated from Lake High
School in Lake, MS and was a
registered nurse and member
of First Baptist Church.
Survivors include two sons,
Mike Wright and wife Neva of
Havana and David Wright and
wife Kelly of Crawfordville; a
daughter, Martha Wright of
Redlands, CA; two grandchil-
dren, Jamie Wright of Cairo, GA
and Kelly Cossiocazares of Jack-
sonville; and three great-grand-
children, Brantley Watkins
Wright, Jose Cossiocazares and
Mallory Wright.
Ivey Funeral Home in Bain-
bridge, GA was in charge of the
arrangements.


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THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, July 6, 2006-Page 7


By ELIZABETH ALLSHOUSE
CHAT Member, www.chatofwakulla.org
The squeaky wheel gets the
oil and so does Bootzi cat. I'd
rather clean my neighbor's toi-
lets than take the cat to the vet.


for each paw to get her in it,
The tote bag seems to work the
best now and the pillowcase
as old standby is also at the
ready.
This year the ride to the vet
was the same. Her meow


zens program. John retired to
work on the Hobby, Farm in
Smith Creek and Pat works at
the Express Lane in Sopchoppy.
The couple has three chil-
dren, Andy Burcham and Helen
Moralez, both of Tulare, and
Brenda Gomes of Tallahassee,
and seven grandsons.
Their anniversary gift to
each other will be a trip to see
their grandchildren play high
school football.


Thomas Gets Audition


Carissa Thomas of Craw-
fordville was a top finisher at
one of this year's International
Modeling and Talent Associa-
tion auditions. She will be rep-
resenting herself in the Inter-
national Auditions which will
be held at the Westin Bon-
aventure in Los Angeles, CA in
january.. ; ..
SI Due:toibeing a top qualifier,
Thomas' initial entrance fees
have been paid by Barbizon
School of Modeling. However,
transportation, housing, meals
and other costs associated with
the auditions will be funded by
her family.
A fundraiser for Thomas will
be held Saturday, July 8 at
Hudson Park in Crawfordville.
Fried chicken, potato salad,
baked beans, rolls, beverage
and a dessert will be served


Carissa Thomas
from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. for a
donation.
Everyone is invited to attend
and become a part of her sup-
port team.


Account Is Opened


A benefit bank account has. some insurance coverage but
been set up at Wakulla Bank still needs assistance with
to assist diabetes victim Charlie medical bills.
Goodwin, 33, of Crawfordville
pay mounting medical ex- Contributions may be made
penses. at any Wakulla Bank branch in
SGoodwin has endured three the area. For more information
surgeries to amputate a toe, about donating to the account,
foot and leg. Goodwin has call Lisa Herron at 926-7111.

Library News


By DOUG JONES
Director, Wakulla County Public Library
"A Wonderful World of
Tales" will be presented by the
Atlantic Coast Theatre for
Youth at the Wakulla County
Public Library on Thursday,
July 6 at 6:30 p.m. The free pro-
gram, sponsored by the Friends
of WCPL, is part of Book Feast,
the library's summer reading
program. Folktales and songs
from around the world will be
creatively presented by a beau-
tiful fairy and mischievous lep-
rechaun.
This is a live theatrical pro-
duction performed by profes-
sional actors. The show is a
multi-cultural presentation
that includes music, dance,
audience participation, humor
and active storytelling from
around the world.
It follows the lively antics
of a Celtic fairy, Blossom, who
loves to travel, and her friend
Finn, a leprechaun who would
rather stay home in Ireland.
Through acting out a vari-
ety of world folktales, Finn
learns that the world is full of
wonderful tales and that we
should all be open to different
people, places and stories.
Home is where the heart
is...but we can appreciate other
countries and cultures as well.
The ACT for Youth is dedi-
cated to bringing the art of


theatre to children and fami-
lies. They believe in the amaz-
ing imaginations of children.
Their mission is to create per-
formances, workshops and
educational programs that in-
spire and encourage discus-
sion. They hope by making a
difference in the lives of chil-
dren they can impact the fu-
ture of our world.
Professional storyteller
Chetter Galloway will be fea-
tured next week on Thursday,
July 13. He will delight the au-
dience with his African and
African American folktales in-
cluding animal adventures,
trickster tales and stories of
wisdom.
For more information about
the library's summer reading
program, computer classes or
to search the library's online
card catalog visit www.wakulla
library.org.


Our DSH was inherited means "me out, me out!" And
from my mother in 1999 when it's a nagging, irritating sound
she was almost 5 years old. I that I can't ignore. I can tune
can remember visiting my out my boss, my dogs and my
folks while the kitten ran back husband, but not that nagging
and forth and bounced up on cat. Then they had construc-
the chair to tease me. And then tion hammering going on and
there were the gross presents she glared at me like "what
she'd drag in from outside. world of hell did you bring me
So even though I'm allergic to?" Rubbing her soft nose
to cats, I didn't have the heart with mine eventually calmed
to give her to anybody. She was her down, with the promise of
very annoyed with our black Cool Whip.
lab, Renee, and nosey cocker Now that the years are pro-
spaniel, Ricky, but soon settled grossing, she is somewhat ar-
into our household, thritic, sleeping in bed a11 day
It took many months to and needing better senior
teach her that I do not wake food. Apparently that'lthe rea-
up at 5 a.m. to prepare her son I work, to suppl'my ,ani-
breakfast. She really had my mals with their speciality
mom trained and was ex- foods. She has softened with
tremely insulted that I didn't age and sleeps near my feet at
behave like proper house staff. night, versus on my bladder or
She soon got over it and real- chest like she used to.
ized we have an exclusive fa- Ever have a cat jump on you
cility outside. at 3 a.m? She learned not to
Not only was all this hers ever do that again. I wiggle my
out front, but also in the back: toes and we play footsies be-
two bird feeders with constant fore I fall asleep, and first wake
on time arrivals and departures up. It's her way of showing she
of various winged craft; tree knows she is loved and that
frogs and butterflies in various I'm there.
colors; a fence to show off her Even though I'm partial to
climbing skills and protect her dogs, she has a special place
from wandering dogs. That in my heart and is that last link
was until the dog door flew to my mother who loved her
open with that huge black dearly. My husband is a long
monster shooting out like a time cat lover so she is in her
tomahawk warhead. glory, when daddy holds her.
She's a part-time outdoors And we kept our promise to
woman, and I make sure her mom and Bootzi Wootzi.
shots are up to date. My yearly Please, have your animals
ordeal never gets easier. Dr. spayed/neutered. If you need
Hughes showed me how to get help with the cost of the pro-
her in the cat carrier, but at cedure, contact the shelter at
home I still needed a person 926-0890.

Senior Appreciation

Day Is Set For July 10
In recognition of senior citi- ing of North Florida, the:
zens living in Wakulla County,. Florida Department of Elder
the Big Bend Area Health Edu-' Affairs and the Wakulla Couity
cation Center in partnership Senior Citizens Center in Craw-
with the Area Agency on Ag- fordville. is hosting a Senior
S Appreciation Day. The sponsor-
.. .ing agencies would like to
Honor and celebrate the many
S accomplishments and contri-
: P butions made byour seniors.
Senior Appreciation Day
?V will be held on Monday, July
I 10, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the
Wakulla County Senior Citi-
zens Center, located at 33
.... .. .~... Michael Drive in Crawfordville.
SThe event will provide free
cholesterol screenings, give-a-
.. ways, educational booths, pre-
sentations and demonstra-
tions of health prevention, fit-
ness and safety awareness tips
for seniors.


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Happy First

Birthday
Deshea P. Jones
Happy first birthday to
Deshea Perrion Jones on July
5. She is the daughter of
Enrique R. Jones of Tallahassee
and Stephanie Lindsey of
Craw'fordville.
Maternal grandparents are
the late Tyrone and Frances
Lindsey. Paternal grandparents
are Norman H. and Jennie V.
Jones of Crawfordville.

Summer's
I"9 Here!

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bathing suit
fitting?
Call today!
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Justin and Bonnie Shivers of
Woodville announce the birth
of.theii son, Tiistan Michael
Shivers, on Saturday, July 1 at
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.
He weighed 4 pounds, 4 ounces
and measured 18 inches in
length.
Maternal grandparents are
Loretta Guess of Crawfordville
and the late Troy Guess, Jr. Pa-


ternal grandparents are Gary,
.and Rita Shivers of Woodville.
SMaternal gieat-grandparents
aie Leve'tne Robison of Craw-
foidville and the late Herman
Robison and the late Edwina-
and Troy Guess, Sr. Paternalt
great-grandparents are Floyd.
and Margaret deMontmollin of,
Woodville and John and Betty
Shivers of Crawfordville.


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Creek will celebrate their 25th
wedding anniversary on Tues-
day, July 11. The couple was
married in Tulare, CA in 1981
and moved to Smith Creek in
1995.
John retired from J.D. Heis-
kell Company as a feed mill
superintendent. Pat worked for
the City of Tulare as a social
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Photo Of Jonas Porter By Lori Ann Pollgreen

Photography Exhibit


SOpens In Panacea
Photographer Lori Ann Poll- more than 20 years. Some of
green, specializing in Florida her work includes a photo es-
nature and documentary pho- say on commercial fishermend-
tdgraphy, will have an exhibit reflecting on their "disappear-
on display at the Wakulla Wel- ing heritage."
come Center Art Gallery in Polgreen has invited several
Panacea, of her commercial fishermen
The exhibit will be on dis- subjects to attend the public
play from July 1 through July reception.
31 and a public reception will
be held Thursday, July 6 from Her company, Geographic'
6 p.m. until 8 p.m. at the cen- Design, can be reached at'
ter on U.S. Highway 98. geographicdesign@aol.com or
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BUCKHORN
COMMUNITY
NEWS
By Ethel Skipper
Family members from all
over the state and county at-
tended the MARS family re-
union in Palmetto, FL includ-
ing Alton and Ida Rosier from
D.C., Calvin and Daisy Mont-
gomery from North Carolina,
Inez and Clarence Randolph
from Tallahassee, Earnestine
Rosier, Ruby Allen, Willie F.
and Ethel Skipper and Archie
and Glenda from Sopchoppy,
Elder and Mo. Raymond Sand-
ers and Elder and Mo. Bernard
Plummer from Crawfordville,
Ervin Rosier and family from
Chicago, the Isaih Rosier fam-
ily from Compton, CA, Willie
M. Norton and Sylvia Austin
from Crawfordville, Elder O.B.
Rosier from Sopchoppy and
the Tommy Mills family from
Tallahassee.
Macedonia Church will
have its Women's and Men's
Day Service on Sunday, July 9
at 11 a.m., and at 3 p.m. will be
the Usherboard Union. On
Wednesday night, July 5 at 7

Pioneer Baptist
Church (SBC)
Sunday School 9:15 a.m.
Sunday Worship 10.30 a.m.
Wed. adult, children & youth 7p.m.
486 Beechwood Drive Crawfordville, FL
(North of the Lower Bridge Road and Spring
Creek Highway intersection)
Rev. Dennis Hall, Pastor
850-926-6161


Panacea Park
Baptist Church
24 Mission Road, Panacea
Sunday School 10 a.m.
Worship 11 a.m.
Wed .Prdaer Meelhing 7 .IA.!
Pastor;tJerrySpe'ars

Sopchoppy
Church Of Christ
Comer of Winthrop & Byrd St
Sunday. Bible Study..:...........9:30 am.
Worship 10.30 am.
Evening Worship 5 p.m.
Wednesday:.Bible Study..:... ...... 7 p.m.
Visitors Are Welcome!
SHoie Bible Courses available...
please call for details, 962-2213


p.m. Zion Hill P.B. Church No.
I with Pastor Donaldson will
render service. On Thursday
night, July 6 at 7:30 p.m. the
Tallahassee Church of Christ
No. I will be in charge of ser-
vice with Pastor E. Morgan. We


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welcome each and everyone to
these services. Host Pastor is
Elder Andrew Morris.
Happy Birthday to Nelson
Rosier Smith on June 27. He
celebrated with his family.
Hope you had a fun day.


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Ivan Assembly of God
202 Ivan Church Road
Crawfordville
1Pastor,
Danicl Cooksey
"Comc& Worship With Us"
926-IVAN(4826)
Sunday School............... 10 a.m.
Sunday Worship............ 11 a.m.
Evening Worship................ 6 p.m.
Wednesday Service...... 7:30 p.m.
& Youth Service................. 7 p.m.
Royal Rangers............... 7:30 p.m.
Missionettes:............. 7:30 p.m.

-V Shady Sea Missionary
Baptist Church
Spring Creek
47 Shady Sea St.
Sunday School...9:45 a.m.
Church................ 11 a.m.
Wednesday ............. p.m.
Pastor: Billy Spence
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ALL WORKSHOPS, PUBLIC HEARINGS AND COMMISSION MEETINGS ARE OPEN
TO THE PUBLIC. WE WELCOME YOUR COMMENTS/PARTICIPATION.
Wakulla County does not discriminate on the basis of Race, Color, National Origin, Sex, Religion, and Age or Handicapped status
in employment or the provision of services. Handicapped individuals may receive special accommodations with one working day's
notice as per section 286.01 1(6)FS. If special accommodations are required, please call (850) 926-0919,TDD (850) 926-1201.
If additional information is needed on the above mentioned Workshops, Public Hearings, etc., please contact
The Board of Cdiiijy Commissioners' Office at (850) 926-0919 or FAX (850) 926-0940,TDD (850)926-1201.


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People


Guardian
By MARJ LAW
iPresident, Rotary Club of Wakulla County
Assistant Circuit Director
Ibeborah Forrestor spoke at
Rotary on Thursday about the
local Guardian Ad Litem Pro-
gram. Our district, made up of
dix counties, focuses on the
liealth, well-being and bestin-
terest of 600 children in need.
These children have been
removed from their homes
because of various problems
that must be addressed before
iA is in the child's best interest
to return. A Guardian Ad Litem
i' a volunteer who chooses to
lbok after the needs of that
particular child.
i We have a need for more
voolunteers in this program'be-
dause,, although there are 33
children who are in need of a
Guardian, there are only seven
Guardians in Wakulla County.
A Guardian is assigned only
one or two children at a time.
The Guardian is assigned to
a child the day after he is re-
moved from his home. The
child will be' placed with rela-
tives, or, if there are no rela-
tives who are able to take care
of the child, he will be placed
in foster care. He may live in
this environment for up to a
year.
The first thing a Guardian
has to do is to visit the child
and get to know him. Next, the
Guardian talks to his teachers
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to find out how he's doing at
school. Is he doing well? Is he
staying up with his classmates?
Does he need special help? If
so, what will it take to get him
back on track?
The Guardian also looks out
for the child's medical needs.
Does he have asthma? Does he
need to take medication on a
regular basis?
Account Open
For Bodiford
A benefit bank account has
been set up to assist Tammy
Bodiford and her family follow-
ing a Tuesday, June 27 house
fire at their Crawfordville
home.
Bodiford and her daughter,
age 15, and son, age 12, lost
everything in the fire. The ben-
efit bank account has been set
up at Gulf State Community
Bank in Crawfordville. The fam-
ily also lost a dog in the fire.
Money and donations of
other items are appreciated. For
more information, call Bodiford
at 519-9297.


Marj Law


The Guardian looks out for
.other needs, too. Does the
child have adequate and proper
clothing? Do his shoes fit?
Does he have books, pens,


notebooks-all the things he
needs for school?.
Virginia Priestas, a local
Guardian Ad Litem, says that
being a Guardian is very re-
warding. Virginia, a retired pub-
lic health nurse, says that some
families cannot give a safe and
secure, loving home to their
children. With intervention,
change can be made, and the
child may be returned home.
"Every child needs a person
to ensure their safety, health
and their general well-being,"
says Virginia, summing up why
we need more Guardians to
protect the children of Wakulla
County, and other counties as
well.
To find out how you can be
a Guardian Ad Litem, just call
1-866-341-1425. If you have ac-
cess to the web, go to www.
GuardianadLitem.org.


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Outdoors


What a beautiful Fourth of
July weekend. The only thing
that could have made it better
was to have scallops every-
where. The only place that has
any scallops is St. Joe Bay. From
what I am hearing they are
everywhere. People are anchor-
ing their boats and never mov-
ing. None at Keaton Beach,
none at St. Marks and none on
the Live Oak Island Reef. I
talked to people who dove in
eight feet of water in our area
and didn't see any.
All the bait and tackle stores
have been extremely busy and
the fish continue to bite.
Juanise said they have been


aclc~U


By GEORGE WEYMOUTH
Who would not thrill at the sight of a graceful white-tailed
deer bounding across a road in a leap or a swallow-tailed kite
with forked tail spread dipping and banking effortlessly as it
drifts along the tree line of our lovely spring-fed rivers? Who
here in the Big Bend area, would not also delight in getting a
glimpse of a fox slipping through a forest with its long tail
flowing behind?
We've got three wild dogs here locally: the coyote, the red
fox and the grey fox; all have their beauty. The coyote is consid-
ered a "problem" and therefore is not protected, while the other
two species of fox are.
Only the grey fox is normally seen, though this animal has
so much rust in its coat that it often mistaken for a red fox.
Coyotes are becoming fairly common in some parts of this re-
gion and are seen on occasion, too. The red fox is the one that
is rarely viewed.
I did find a red fox, though, a few years ago, southwest of
Tallahassee. It had been hit by a vehicle on Capital Circle. Their
outstanding field mark is the white-tipped tail.
Like most red foxes throughout their range (all of the conti-
nental U.S. except the prairies of the west central states), it had
a mostly rust colored pelt including the tail. The entire under-
neath, from the lower lip clear to the tail though, was whitish,
and the legs were dipped (it seemed to me) in black (appearing
as though the pigment had run down the legs and dried more
concentrated about the feet, certainly the darkest).
The grey fox's coat, on the other hand, is predominantly
grey, yet a fair amount of rust does trim up the neck, sides, and
legs. It is enough to throw the casual observer into believing
he's seen a red foxl The grey, though, has'a-dark streak down
the top' of the tail which the red fox lacks altogether.
The coyote, on the other hand, has a slightly darker tip to its
tail, but not to the extent of the grey fox nor does it have the
dark streak down the top of the tail.
Here in'the east coyotes have reestablished themselves. It
has been determined that when we wiped out the timber and
wild red wolves, who would not tolerate the coyotes' presence
in or near their territories in the eastern and midwestern states,
we opened the door for the cunning coyotes to move in, and
certainly they have.
Their coat is slightly darker than their western cousins, some-
times almost black, since they tend to stay hidden more in the
shaded forests. They are also about 25 percent larger than the
western coyote.
Most adult coyotes in the east will rarely weigh over 45
pounds, contrary to a lot of observations. They do, though,
have proportionately longer legs than most dogs and, along
with their fluffy coats, appear to be a lot bigger than they are
in reality.
Coyotes have round pupils in their eyes, while foxes have
vertical pupils. This is true with cats, too. While big cats, like
lions and tigers, have round pupils, the small ones, including
domestic cats, have a thin vertical pupil.
Domestic dogs have dew claws on the hind foot, wild dogs
don't. The coy-dogs, the hybrid between "pet dogs" and their
wild relatives that have been confirmed to exist in the eastern
part of the coyotes' extended range, will on occasion have a
dew claw, but normally when a large, wild-looking dog that's
been road killed or shot, is examined, if there are no dew claws,
it will be a true wild dogl
So if a low to the ground fox bounds across the road and
the tail is dark-tipped, it will be a grey fox. If the tip of the tail
is white, you're really lucky, you've seen the elusive red fox.
However, if the dog is running on long, lanky legs and seems
an overall grey-brown while holding its tail down and running,
it likely is a coyote (though a domestic dog looks very similar).
The extinct (in the wild) red wolf of our southeastern states
holds the tail high while running-something certainly to look
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limit of trout to 5 pounds. They
were fishing east of the light-
house. Bob and Nathan Hayes
also used frozen shrimp under
a Cajun Thunder and they had
their limit plus a 4 1/2 pound
trout.
Carl Stubbs went way east!
of the lighthouse and, using
top water plugs, caught and
released four oversize reds. He
said there were mullet on ev-
ery point and reds with them.
Robert Houghton went out of
Carrabelle and used LYs to
catch four nice grouper.
Last Tuesday I fished with
a party from Cummings, GA
and knew when we headed
out we would have a great day.
I got to the spot where I had
been catching all my bait and
lots of fish and the bait was
gone. It had been there for two
weeks and it was as if some-
one opened the door and they
left. The day before there was
bait everywhere,
We ended up fishing the
flats for trout and caught quite
a few nice fish and jumped a
tarpon. That's the second one
that has hit a Gulp under a
Cajun Thunder. It jumped and
threw the hook. I did catch a 6
pound trout on a grub and we
caught a few reds out on the
flats again and away from the
oyster bars.
Maybe scallops will show
up later but if not it would be
worth a trip to St. Joe Bay from
what I am hearing from people.
Remember to leave a float plan
with someone and be careful
out there. Good luck and good
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Alan Lamarche of Shell
Point took Ron Wagner and his
son, Justin, grouper fishing last
week and used live bait and
dead bait to get their grouper.
Ron caught his limit and Jus-
tin caught the biggest, a 15
pound gag. They were fishing
in about 40 feet of water.
Wade and Celine Melton of
Shell Point went to Ochlockonee
Shoals and caught quite a few
Spanish trolling spoons after
spending the morning looking
for scallops with no success.
The nextLday Wade and some
neighbors went back to the
shoals ~!ad fished in eight to
15 feet of water and caught
about 50 trout using yellow
and red grubs.
Mike Pearson and Tom
Riddle' saw quite a few tarpon
near Livd Oak Island and, us-
ing a live mullet, jumped one
on Saturday.
Mike'lIopkins said fishing
was still pretty good around
Lanark Village and plenty of
people are fishing. Grouperr
fishing ign't what it has been'
in the past but plenty of grou-
per are being caught in 35 to
95 feet of water. Red snapper
fishing is also good in 65 to 95
feet of water.
Kings are still out there and
a few cobia are being caught.
Dog Island Reef is still covered
with Spanish and blues and
trout are being caught in the
deep holes off Dog Island Reef
and also in five to six feet of
water on Turkey Point Shoals.
Reds continue to be caught
around the docks and Lanark
Reef. The only thing missing
is scallops.
Scott said, despite the fact
that there are no live shrimp,
he's seeing some good catches
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St. Marks River Entrance


Date High Low High Low
Thu :2.0 ft. 3.2 ft. 0.5 ft.
Jul 6, 06 :3:59 AM 10:18 AM 6:12 PM
Fri 2.8 ft. 2.2 ft. 3.3 ft. .0.1 ft.
Jul 7, 06 12:54 AM 5:09 AM 11:15 AM 7:06 PM
Sat 3.0 ft. 2.2 ft. 3.6 ft. -0.2 ft.
Jul 8, 06 1:50 AM 6:13 AM 12:10 PM 7:54 PM
Sun 32 ft. 2.2 ft. 3.8 ft. -0.5 ft.
Jul 9, 06 2:37 AM 7:07 AM 1:00 PM 8:39 PM
Mon 3.3 ft. _2.1 ft. ; 4.1 ft. -0.7 ft.
Jul 10,06 3:19AM 7:55 AM .1:48 PM 9:21 PM
Tue 3.4 ft. 1.9 ft. 4.3 ft. -0.8 ft.
Jul 11, 06 3:58 AM 8:41 AM 2:35 PM 10:01 PM
Wed 3.4ft. 1.7 ft. 4.4 ft. -0.7 ft.
Jul 12, 06 4:33 AM 9:26 AM 3:22 PM 10:39 PM


Alligator Point, Ochlockonee Bay

Date I High Low Higj_ Low
Thu 1.5 ft. 2.4 ft. 0.4 ft.'
Jul 6, 06 4:10 AM 10:10 AM 6:23 PM
Fri .. 2.1 ft. 1.6 ft. 2.5 ft. .0.1 ft.
Jul 7,06 12:46 AM 5:20 AM 11:07 AM 7:17 PM
sat: 2.3 ft. 1.6 ft. 6 2.7 ft. : -0 2 ft.
Jul'8, 06 1:42 AM 6:24 AM 12:02 PM 8:05 PM
Sun 2.4 ft. 1.6ft. 2.9ft. -0.4 ft.
Jul 9, 06 2:29 AM 7:18 AM 12:52 PM i8:50 PM
Mon 2.5 ft. i 1.5 ft. 3.0 ft. -0.5 ft.
Jul10,06 3:11 AM 8:06AM 1:40 PM 9:32PM
Tue 2.5 ft. 1.4 ft. 3.2 ft. -0.6 ft
Jul 11,06 3:50 AM 8:52 AM 2:27 PM 10:12PM'
Wed 2.6t. 1" : .3ft 33 ft. -0.5 ft.
Jul 12, 06 4:25 AM 9:37 AM 3:14 PM 10:50 PM


Thursday
8:05 am
8:25 pm

2:00 am
2:20 pm


Friday
8:50 am
9:15 pm

2:40 am
S3:00 pm


Saturday
9:40 am
10:10 pm

3:30 am
3:50 pm


Sunday
10:35 am
11:05 pm

4:25 am
4:50 pm


Having the Fourth of July
on Tuesday and the deadline
for this column before that,
does complicate things a tad.
If anything exciting happens
on July Fourth, we will report
it next week.
As I was out of town Satur-
day, Jim McGill provided me
with both pictures and details
of Flotilla 13's activities that
day. First, Jim McGil met Tom
Ziko from Flotilla 12 (St;-Marks)
at the Shell Point Coast Guard
Auxiliary Station so Tom could
take the auxiliary communica-
tion specialty course (AUXCOM)
examination. Jim is a QE (au-
thorized proctor for all auxil-
iary specialty courses.) Jim re-
ported Tom passed his test.
Tom is a ham radio opera-
tor and helped set up Flotilla
12's radio station at St. Marks.
He sat in for the classroom
portion of the on-the-water
training session organized by
Michael, Longanecker, Flotilla
13's operation officer.
The session began with a
structured review of radio com-
munications and safe towing
practices. Then there was a
general discussion period
where these techniques and
experiences were discussed.
Using four auxiliary vessels,
the students then demon-
strated their ability to satisfac-
torily perform subject tasks.
John Edrington, QE (Qualified
Examiner in the boat crew pro-
gram) then signed off their
task sheets.


July 6 July 12


City of St. Marks


Date High Low High i Low
Thu 2.4 ft. 1.8 ft. 3.0ft. 0.5ft.
Jul 6, 06 12:16 AM 5:03 AM 10:54 AM 7:16 PM
Fri 2.6 ft. i2.0 ft. 3.1 ft. 0.1 ft.
Jul7,.06 1:30 AM 6:13 AM 11:51 AM 8:10 PM
Sat 2 8 t 20 ft 3 3 h -0 2 h
Jul 8, 06 2:26 AM 7:17 AM 12:46 PM 8:58 PM
s dn ..........,.... 3 -.....^. .- .... ...... ..-.. i t .
Sun 3.0 ft. :2.0 .ft. 3.5 ft. -0.5 f
Jul 9, 06 3:13 AM 8:11 AM 1:36 PM 9:43 PM
Mon" 3.1 ft. 1.9 ft. 3.8 ft. 6 -0.7: ft.
Jul 10,06 3:55 AM 8:59 AM 2:24 PM 10:25PM
Tue 3.2 ft. ;1.8 ft. 4.0 ft. -0.7 ft.
Jul 11,06 4:34 AM 9:45 AM 3:11 PM !11:05 PM
Wed 3.2 ft. 1.6 ft. 4.0 ft. -0.7 ft.
Jul 12, 06 5:09 AM 10:30 AM 3:58 PM 11:43 PM


St. Teresa, Turkey Pt.

Date High Low i High Low
Thu 2.0 ft. 2.5 ft. 0.5 ft.
Jul 6, 06 3:38 AM 10:02 AM 5:51 PM
Fri 22 ft. 2.1 ft. 2.6 ft: 0.1 ft.
Jul 7, 06 12:38 AM 4:48 AM 10:59 AM :6:45 PM
Sat .. 2.3 ft. 2.2 ft. 2.8 ft. -0.2 ft.
Jul 8, 06 E 1:34 AM 5:52AM 11:54 AM 7:33 PM
Sun n 2.5 ft. 2.2 ft. 3.0 ft. --0.5 ft.
Jul 9, 06 2:21 AM 6:46 AM 12:44 PM! 8:18 PM
Mon 2.6 ft. 2.1 ft. 3.2 ft. -0.7 ft.
Jul 10, 06 3:03 AM 7:34 AM 1:32 PM 9:00 PM
Tue 2.6 ft. 1.9 ft. 3.3 ft. -0.8 ft.
Jul 11,06 3:42 AM 8:20 AM 2:19 PM 9:40 PM
Wed 2.7 ft. 1.7 ft. 3.4 ft. -0.7 ft.
Jul 12, 06 4:17 AM 9:05 AM 3:06 PM 10:18 PM


Monday
11:35 am


5:20 am
5:45 pm


Tuesday Wednesday
12:05 am 1:05 am
12:30 pm 1:35 pm

6:25 am 7:20 am
6:45 pm 7:50 pm


Sunrise
Sunset
Moon rise
Moon set
Brightness


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Coast Guard Station
Panama City 1 (850) 234-4228
Coast Guard Station
Yankeetown 1(352) 447-6900
Coast Guard Auxiliary
St. Marks (Flotilla 12) 1 (850) 906-0540
or 893-5137
Shell Point (Flotilla 13) 1 (850) 926-2606
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Zapata, Morgan,
Auxiliarists completing this
portion of their annual cur-
rency training were Todd
Acker, Judy Bentley, Glenn
Edrington, Michael Longanecker,
Jim McGill, Bob Morgan, Perry
Morris, Ron Pagel, Ron Piasecki,


Morgan And Pagel In Along Side Tow


Reese With Tow
Lynne Reese, James Taylor and
Flotilla 13's newest member,
Yvette Graham.
Attending from Flotilla 1-10
at Sneads, FL was their Vice
Commander, Ed Zapata. Also
aboard one of the boats was a
guest, Wes Lee, who plans on
joining Flotilla 13.
Watchstanders on duty at
the Shell Point station were
Tom and Marge Jones. Angret
Piasecki was also there receiv-
ing additional on the job train-
ing.
After several hours of on
the water testing, the auxiliary
vessels returned to the Shell
Point station to enjoy both fel-
lowship and delicious food
prepared by Marge and Tom
Jones, Angret Piasecki and
Lynne Reese.
Marge and Tom were back
on duty as watchstanders on
Sunday. They provided com-
munications guard for Flotilla
12's pAtrol team.


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Cat Point
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West Pass


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Cantrell Relieves Rommerdahl


This coming Saturday, July
8 at 7 p.m. Flotilla 13 will hold
its meeting at the Shell Point
Auxiliary Station. Following
the business session will be
the usual delicious buffet. Visi-
tors are welcomed.


Now Carolyn Brown Treadon's
report on Flotilla 12's activities:
This has been yet another
busy week. On Wednesday
several members said goodbye
to a very valuable member of
our team. Ora Hall retired from
her service at the Amtrak Com-
munity Center. Tim Ashley pre-
sented her a plaque of ppre-
ciation from out flotilla to
thank her for all of her assis-
tance in the success Pofur
public education classes. She
will be missed, but we wish
her smooth seas in her retire-
ment.
Retirement was a theme for
us this week. On Friday, sev-
eral members attended the
Change of Watch ceremony at
Coast Guard Station Panama
City. The new Master Thief
Boatswain's Mate Steven W.
Cantrell relieved Master Chief
Boatswain's Mate Kurt F.
Rommerdahl as Officer in
Charge.


Rommerdahl


Following the Change of
Watch, the ceremony shifted to
a retirement for Master Chief
Rommerdahl. Coast Guard dig-
nitaries in attendance included
Commander Ed Stanton, Mas-
ter Chief Charles Bowen and
Master Chief Rommerdahl's
son, LTJG Kjell Rommerdahl.
After four years of dedicated
service at Station Panama City,
and an overall career totaling
more than 30 years, Master
Chief Rommerdahl and his
wife will be able to enjoy the
seas as civilians. Who knows,
maybe we will see him in an
auxiliary uniform one day!
Sunday on patrol, Tim Ashley
was coxswain with Steve Hults,
Mark Rosen and Rick Yood.


High Tide
28 Min.
1 Hr., 53 Min.
1 Hr., 13 Min.
1 Hr., 36 Min.
1 Hr., 26 Min.


Shell Point, Spring Creek

Date High Low High Low
Thu 2.2 ft. 3.3 ft. 0.5 ft.
Jul 6 06 3:56 AM 10:15 AM 6:09 PM
Fri 2.9 ft. 2.3 ft. 3.4 ft. i0. ft.
Jul7,06 12:51 AM 5:06 AM 11:12 AM 7:03 PM
Sat 3.1 ft. 2.4 ft. 3.6 ft. -0.3 ft.
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members. We look forward to
this time of fellowship.

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news, many auxiliarists are
also yacht club members and
will be involved, so I decided
information regarding the
event should be included here.
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Club and the Beachton Yacht ;,
Club (Thomasville,GA) will be w
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tivities that include a great pic- ,il
nic on the beach and small :b
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School


State Names Schools

As An "A" District


Monica Thorpe

Thorpe Is Selected

For Musical Program


For most students, summer
is a time to relax, go to the
beach and just hang out with
friends. But for Wakulla High
School junior Monica Thorpe,
the summer of 2006 will be
filled with travel, hard work
and lots of excitement. :
Thorpe was recently se-
lected as one of 32 young
people nationwide to partici-
pate, in the Muzak Corporation's
NOISEI 2006, a prestigious and
innovative summer program
for those with a zeal to enter
the music industry. At NOISE,
teens 15 to 17 years old learn
from a wide range of role mod-
els including artist managers,
record label producers, music
critics, audio engineers and
other industry insiders. The
two week camp will be held in
Los Angeles, July 16 through
July 28.
Selection to thepro.gram.i; s
on an application basis. Crite-"
ria for consideration included
a demonstrated passion for
music, documented scholastic
and musical achievements,
completion of a lengthy appli-
cation and submission of two
letters of recommendation
from individuals familiar with
the talents, scholastic and
musical achievement of the
applicant.
With Occidental College
serving as home base for the
two week adventure, Thorpe
and her fellow attendees will
maintain a hectic schedule in
the world of show biz with vis-
its to Warner Brothers, Ocean
Way, Indie Label and Redemp-
tion Records recording studios


The Wakulla County School
District, fresh off digesting in-
dividual school grades on June
14, received good news from
Governor Jeb Bush and Florida
Commissioner of Education
John Winn Thursday, June 22.
Wakulla County earned an
"A" grade for the combined
Florida Comprehensive Achieve-
ment Test (FCAT) scores for all
of its students.
"Of course we are elated,"
said Wakulla Superintendent
David;Miller. "All of our schools
added to the 'A' designation,
with :he most growth seen at
Wakylla High, Riversprings
Mid dle School and Wakulla'
Middle School. That is signifi-
cantto see the improvement
in t# upper grades. We believe
thi s an upward trend from
all, the emphasis we've
plitd on improving reading
skills at the secondary level."
Using the same point scale
as iie one for grading each,
public school in the state, dis-'


along with Fox where they will
meet with Fox President Rob-
ert Kraft.
Radio station KISS FM, LA's
famous musical mecca, will
also host an outing for a.dem-
onstration of the technical as. Baseball Te
pects from the radio broadcast
perspective. The set of the new Pla
TV show'Rock Star'will be vis- TO Play For
ited along the way.
Interspersed throughout The Wakulla County age 12
the two week camp will be and under All-Star Baseball
workshops on personal fi- Team recently won the district
nance, professionalism, net- championship in Medart and
working, diversity, team build- is now in Fernandina Beach
ing exercises, entertainment playing in the state tourna-
law and development and pre- meant.
sentation of a career plan. The opening ceremonies
Additionally, professional were held Wednesday, July 5
clinics in percussion, audio ar- and the first game will be
chitecture, vocal coaching, cho- played Thursday, July 6 at 10
reography and performance a.m. against Fort Caroline. Fort
will be held which will culmi- Caroline won, the .age 10 and.
nate in an opportunity for each. -unrlder:age bracket World Series
,attendee to, show.case,their in- ..,.s.two years:ago and-will provide
'.dividualtalents to an audience Wakulla with a tough test,
of managers, record producers coaches said.
and music critics. In the district tournament
Monica is the daughter of over Father's Day weekend,
Eva Sanchez-Thorpe and the Wakulla defeated Jefferson
late Michael Thorpe of Smith County 7-2 behind the pitching
Creek. Her grandparents are of Dillon Norman who threw
James and Sara Thorpe of a complete game. He gave up
Bristol. and Bill,and Barbara three hits and.struck out 10
Lesco of Smith Creek. batters while hitting a solo
Monica attended Medart homerun. Josh Collins, Jordan
Elementary and Wakulla Middle Montague, Dalton Norman,
School before entering Wakulla Jake Walker and Matt Briggs
High. She is an honor student each had a hit.
and has maintained perfect at- In the second game, Wakulla
tendance throughout her school
years. She has performed lo- Jaworski Team
cally at the Sopchoppy Opry,
Springtime Tallahassee, the W ins Tourney
North Florida Fair and various
charity events. The Ernie Taworski Trucking


tricts accumulate points in six
areas. Three are in reading: stu-
dents scoring at or above grade
level; students who show learn-
ing gains of one year or more;
and students in the lowest 25
percentile who show learning
gains of at least one year.
STwo other point areas are in
mathematics: students scoring
at or above grade level and stu-
dents who show learning gains
of one year or more. The sixth
point category is writing.
Points are earned for students
whose essays are scored at 3.5
and above on a scale of 0 to 6.
Wakulla County was one
point away from earning an "A"
in 2004-05 at 409 and gained
five points to earn a 414 this
year.
The Wakulla score tied the
county for 17th in a state:rank-
ing by point totals, earning an
"A" along with 24 other school
districts. Wakulla was one of
eight districts to earn an "A"
after being rated a "B" last year.


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.am Travels

State Title
defeated Madison County 5-0
behind a one-hit pitching per-
formance by Jordan Montague
and Travis Hinsey. Dillon
Norman added another solo
homerun. Montague, Dalton
Norman and Hinsey each had
hits.
On the third day of the tour-
nament, Wakulla beat Madison
County 10-8. Travis Hinsey was
the winning pitcher and Dillon
SNorman picked up the, ave.
'Jordah Montague hit a three
run homerun following a
single by Josh Collins alid a
walk to Dillon Norman. Mon-
tague was 3-4 in the game.
Deonte Hutchinson hit a
three run homerun in the third
inning to put Wakulla up 9-5.
Patrick Meeks added a solo
homerun in the fifth inning
and Wakulla hung on in the
sixth inning to win the cham-
pionship.
Coaches gave a special
thanks to Bryan Roddenberry
of the recreation department
for all of his hard work in keep-
ing the playing, field in excel-
lent condition.


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Langston, Graves Honored


Kelly Jo Langston was named
an Academic All American by
the National Junior College
Athletic Association (NJCCA).
Langston is a former Wakulla
High School softball star who
recently finished her second
year at Tallahassee Community
College.
NJCCA Academic All-Ameri-
cans must maintain at least a
3.6 grade point average.
"This is always an exciting


time of year," said TCC Athletic
Director Brian Anweiler. "Rec-
ognizing our student-athletes
for their work in the classroom
is certainly as rewarding as
their athletic achievements."
Former WHS baseball player
Bran'don Graves of Crawford-
ville was recognized as being a
member of the All-Panhandle'
Conference Academic Team.


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Company placed first in the
"Salute: Last Fly-By" golf tour-
nament for the late A. M.
Smith, formerly of Crawford-
ville. The Johnson Insurance
Company team placed second
and the Ameris Bank team
placed third.
The Jaworski team won en-
try iqto the Big Large Mouth
Golf Tournament for Big Bend
SHospice at the Golden Eagle
golf course in Tallahassee in
.Sept nber.
Plaques were given to spon-
sor$st Wildwood Country Club
thanking them for supporting
the,',cal Big Bend Hospice
fund'iaiser. The sponsors in-
clud d "Top Gun" Wakulla
Bank, "Ace" Wal-Mart, "Wing-
man' Lost Creek Land Devel-
opment and "Hole-in-One"
Mike's Marine.
Surviving members of the
Smith family also attended the
Wildwood fundraiser.

Correction
Wakulla County Little League
age 11 and under All-Stars
player Dalton Dugger was
misidentified in the June 29
issue of The News. Dugger is a
member of the district tourna-
ment winning team that will
play in a state tournament in
Femandina Beach July 6 through
July 8.


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VFDs


Continued from Page 1
To address the firefighter
shortage on weekdays, Harr-
ison proposed the establish-
ment of a paid firefighter su-
pervisor and six paid firefight-
ers who could remain at fire
stations in Crawfordville,
Medart and Wakulla Station
during the day.
The paid firefighters could
bring the fire trucks to the
scene of the fire and save valu-
able firefighting time, said
Harrison. The projected annual
cost of hiring seven paid
firefighters is $325,000.
Harrison suggested taking
the funding for the stipend and
paid firefighters out of the gen-
eral revenue fund. "We want to
be able to serve the communi-
ties that support us," he said.
Since 1994, the cost of insur-
ance has increased 113 percent
while the cost of fire trucks has
increased 92 percent and the
cost of firefighting gear has
increased 180 percent, Harrison
stated. The county needs new-
er and more versatile fire trucks
to battle fires in the ever chang-
ing architecture of Wakulla
County,. the president added,
He is seeking $250,000 from the
county as a budget line item
to provide new vehicles.
The firefighters are propos-
ing an increase in the MSBU
that will bring in nearly three
times the amount collected at
the present time. They hope an
increase in both residential and
commercial fire fees will bring
in $929,000.
Harrison suggested increas-
ing the base MSBU from $35
to $40 for residences and add-
ing an extra square footage fee
for homes larger than 1,200
square feet. He also proposed:
increasing the commercial fee
which is a base of $35 plus in-
creasing the square footage fee.
"I don't agree with that,"
said Commissioner Maxie
Lawhon. "It needs to be across
the board on residential."
The variable commercial
rate would "bring them (MSBUs)
much more in line with the av-
erage of the state," said Harri-
son. "We've done the best we
can, but we must increase'our'
budget. .' s


"We'ie one of the best
equipped volunteer fire depart-
ments in the state," said Law-
hon. "There is no way you're
going to get it all at one time,
it's impossible."
"We are behind and we
need to solve the problem,"
countered Harrison, who add-
ed that he understood that the
funding increase might take
more than one year.
"We have got to do some-
thing," said Commissioner Ed
Brimner. "I know the fire de-
partments need some help. I
suggest we get together with
Joe (Administrator Blanchard)
and Ron (County Attorney
Mowrey) and look over our
funding options. It may take us
two years to get there."
Commissioner Howard Kess-
ler expressed concern over new
development being approved
and built so close together that
a fire in one structure could
threaten a nearby structure.
Allen Harvey of the Crawf-
ordville Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment said-the federal govern-
ment is.heading toward requir-
ing, upgrades of trucks and
equipment by 2009 which will
cost communities a great deal
more. The implementation of
new fire safety equipment and
technology has increased since
the terrorist attacks of 2001, he
said.
In justifying full-time fire-
fighters, Harvey said.the sher-
iff's office patrol trailer that re-
cently was destroyed by an
early morning fire could have
been saved if a full-time fire-
fighter could have brought the
truck to the fire scene and met
other volunteers. As it was,
firefighters fought rush hour
traffic to get to the fire station
to get the fire truck, thereby
losing valuable firefighting
time.
"We're going to be able to
do a lot of this," said Commis-
sioner Lawhon. "I'm not sure
just how much. That is some-
thing we're just going to have
to work out." The total VFD
request was $1.34 million.
The commissioners applauded
the efforts of the approximately
20 volhnteei .firefighters who
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Clamp Down


Continued from Page 1
Sheriff's Office to escort Rud-
loe out of the meeting but
Rudloe refused. When Rudloe
became quiet, Lawhon allowed
him to remain at the board
meeting for the rest of the. 7
1/2 hour marathon. "We are
concerned about good govern-
ment," Rudloe said.
Shortly before Lawhon's
proposed motion was dis-
cussed, the board clashed over
the publishing of an advertise-
ment of a letter that was sent
to Gov. Jeb Bush. The letter.
questioned the legality of Com-'
missioner Howard Kessler de-
dining to participate in a recent
special or emergency meeting
at which County Administrator
Parrish Barwick was forced to
resign.
"I never had the opportunity
to sep that letter before it went
out," said Kessler. "The letter
never came back before the
board. It was a roadmap ask-
ing the governor to take me off
the board."
"Why would you see it?"
Lawhon asked. "You did not
participate in the meeting."
Resident Victor Lambou
questioned using taxpayers'
money to pay for the advertise-
ment of the letter. "It was an
obvious political statement,"
said Lambou. "It was a very
foolish thing."
Lambou suggested that the
county commission pay for.the
publishing of a response letter


Drowning-
Continued from Page 1
hassee Memorial Hospital by'
emergency helicopter. Andrews
was pronounced dead in Talla-
hassee by the emergency room
doctor.
Deputy Mike Helms, Lt.
James Plouffe, Captain Steve
Ganey, Captain Cliff Carroll.,
Crime Scene Technician Steve
Walker and Deputy Lorne
Whaley investigated.
Jason Lee McKenzie, 28, of
Tallahassee died while at-
tempting to assist the children
of his girlfriend who were
strugglrig hiV swirs iitffit ...........
the gchlockonee River near
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tory each time.
The health department wa-
ter tests sample for enterocci
and fecal coliform bacteria.
High, concentrations of these
bacteria may indicate the pres-
ence of microorganisms that
could cause disease, infections
or rashes, health department
officials said.


from the Concerned Citizens of
Wakulla (CCOW). CCOW has
maintained that the meeting to
seek Barwick's resignation was
not legally held because no
emergency existed.
Commissioners and Wa-
kulla County Attorney Ron
Mowrey have countered that
the meeting was a publicized
"special" meeting that was
properly noticed in the county.
"I don't think this was a le-
gal meeting," said Lambou.
"That's your opinion," coun-


tered Commissioner Lawhon.
"Your (speaking) time is up."
Kessler also scolled the
board over placing the'Sword
"discussion" next to items on
the meeting agenda and fol-
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distribution until Friday, June
30.
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week after week, saying the
same things week after week,"
Jackie Lawhon added.
Commissioner Kessler said
the SLAPP lawsuits are "di-
rected to drill and intimidate"
residents who want to give in-
put. "It's the 900 pound gorilla
versus the average Joe driving
that person into the ground,"
he said.
In a related matter, Chad
Hanson of the Concerned Citi-
zens of Wakulla (CCOW) asked
board members to sign an
"open government pledge"
stating that they support open
government and the state Sun-
shine Law.


Hanson said citizens' input
should be solicited and "open
meetings are essential for ef-
fective government."
"It is my experience that you
do not support open govern-
ment," said resident Hugh Tay-
lor to the commissioners. Resi-
dent Michael Keys added that
any business determined to be
conducted out of the Sunshine
Law requirements could be
found to be void up to seven
years later.
Hanson asked candidates
who are seeking the county
commission seats in the 2006
election cycle in the audience
to also sign the pledge. Board
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Dear Governor Bush:
The Concerned Citizens of Wakulla, Inc. (CCOW) is a non-profit, nonpartisan volunteer
organization that is actively engaged in the democratic process in Wakulla County. We just recently became
aware of the attached May 23, 2006 Wakulla Board of County Commissioners Chairman Maxie Lawhon's
letter to you (Attachment 1). This letter states that Wakulla County "Commissioner Iessler's failure to
recognize his duty for his personal gain is clearly) tantamount to nonfeasance and neglect of duty:
Accordingl. the remaining members of the Wakulla Count, Board of Count, Commissioners request the
Go ernor order that Commissioner Kessler's actions be in\ estimated and appropriate actions taken again him
for violating his oath of office and applicable Florida Statutes."
Nowhere in Lawhon's letter is the root cause of the controversy mentioned or referred to, i.e., was
the May 4, 2006 meeting that Commissioner Kessler refused to participate in actually an "Emergency
Meeting" under Florida statues and/or common law and was Commissioner Kessler required to participate in
an illegal meeting and/or a meeting that he was convinced (and we agree) was illegal? In fact, nowhere in
Lawhon's letter does the word "emergency" appear. Yet, the Public Notice of the meeting clearly states
"Commissioners Emergency Board Meeting" (Attachment 2).
Even though Lawhon frequently stated at the "Emergency Meeting" that there was an emergency
and that they had to do something, the actual "emergency" was never defined. It became immediately
obvious to our CCOW members present at the meeting'that the only and real purpose of this meeting was to
demand Wakulla County Administrator Mr. Parrish Barwick's resignation, even though this was nowhere
stated in the Meeting Notice (Attachment 2).
Considering Chapter 120, F.S., common law, common sense, and the definition of emergency, it is
inconceivable that the Wakulla County's May 4, 2006 so-called "Emergency Meeting" was responding to
any real or imagined emergency. Consider:
1. Chairman Lawhon, the other County Commissioners, and the County Attorney were already well
aware of the County Administrator's business activities. Citizens, including CCOW, and one
Commissioner had explicitly pointed out to them only two months prior at a Wakulla County
Commission meeting held on February 6, 2006 where the renewal of the County Administrator's
contract was discussed that the County Administrator's personal business development activities might
represent a conflict of interest. At that time Chairman Lawhon specifically stated that this did not
represent a conflict for the Administrator as long as'he made them aware of such business activities.
We find it most disingenuous for Chairman Lawhon to state in his letter that the County
Administrator's "business activities...was brought to the Board's attention when the Department of
Community Affairs outright rejected five Wakulla County comprehensive plan amendment
applications."
2. During the so-called "Emergency Meeting" Chairman Lawhon attempted to end 'the meeting
without action when the County Administrator refused to resign without the Commission honoring the
termination clause of his contract calling for nine months severance pay. Lawhon stated he was.
unwilling to grant him the full amount of the severance pay and therefore was going to end the
meeting and have a personal conversation within the next few days with the County Administrato .
relative to having him resign. Other Commissioners appeared to be unwilling to end the meeting. We
can not comprehend how there could be an emergency requiring immediate action when the Chairman
was willing to end the meeting without any action.
3. After the three other Wakulla County Commissioners argued in favor and agreed to honor the
Administrator's contract termination clause, the County Administrator rendered his resignation.
However, the Commission then asked Mr. Barwick, to stay on as Acting County Administrator on a
month to month basic. He agreed and the Commission voted to rehire him. At the next regular
Commission meeting (May 15, 2006) he was present and participated in the meeting as County
Administrator. As of this date Mr. Barwick is still Wakulla's Acting County Administrator. We fail to
fathom how there could have been an emergency requiring the immediate resignation of the County
Administrator when they immediately rehired him as Acting Administrator.
4. The Wakulla County Commission could have easily requested the County Administrator's
resignation at the regular scheduled Commission meetings just prior to and just after the so called
"Emergency Meeting" without any impact on DCA approval or objections to Wakulla's
Comprehensive Plan amendment applications or in as far as we can tell without any impact on any
other business before the Wakulla County Commission.
Obviously the "Emergency Meeting" was not called because of any perceived emergency which
begs the question as to why this meeting was even called and why it was an emergency. We believe that the
only logical explanation was that the Wakulla County Commission wished to limit public awareness and
participation in the forced resignation of the County Administrator. At regular scheduled Wakulla County
Commission meetings, the public has an opportunity to question and comment on items before the
Commission. At the "Emergency Meeting" the Wakulla County Commission did not invite or allow any
public comment or participation in the process.
We question if sufficient and timely public notice of the so called "Emergency Meeting" was given
by the Wakulla County Commission. Chairman Lawhon states in his letter that: "The meaning of the term
'due public notice' is variable depending on the facts of each situation, the purpose being to apprise
individuals or the public generally of the pendency of matters, and afford them the opportunity
to appear and present their views" (bold added). Without question, the public present at the meeting was
not afforded an opportunity to "appear and present their views." -
In summary, we believe that the charges set forth relative to Republican Wakulla County
Commissioner Dr. Howard Kessler in Wakulla County Commission Chairman Lawhon's letter of May 23,
2006 are completely without merit. Moreover, CCOW believes the events leading up to and during the so-
called Emergency Meeting are highly suspicious and do not favor Government working in the Sunshine. If
we can provide any additional information, please advise.
Sincerely,
Chad W. Hanson, Chair, CCOW
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Fire Rescue Report


This past week, your Wakulla
County volunteer, firefighters
responded to three brush fires,
one structure fire, two vehicle
accidents, one miscellaneous
incident, and 10 medical first
responder emergencies.
On June 25, the Crawford-
ville Volunteer Fire Rescue
Department was dispatched to
the new Wal-Mart store due to
a reported smell of smoke from
the air conditioning system.
The firefighters thoroughly
checked and could not locate
the source of the smoke smell
which had quickly dissipated.
It was recommended that an
air conditioning service repair
company be contacted to check
the system.
On June 27, the Crawford-'
ville department was dis-
patched at 7:34 p.m. to a house
fire on Maido Street. On ar-
rival, at 7:41 p.m., firefighters
observed that the mobile
home was fully engulfed. In
addition, a nearby home and
automobiles parked near the
structure were in immediate
danger of also catching fire.
Firefighters quickly laid a
water supply line a distance of
approximately 600 feet from
the nearest fire hydrant to the
fire scene in order to provide
water for the fire trucks. Sepa-
rate fire hoses were then laid
for use in fighting the fire and
in order to protect the adjacent
house.
The Wakulla Station, Fire
Rescue Department also re-
sponded to the fire with equip-
ment and personnel to assist
the Crawfordville department.
Although the next-door home
suffered some radiant heat
damage, action by the fire-
fighters prevented it from also
catching fire. Unfortunately,
the mobile home was a total
loss. There were no civilian or
firefighter injuries.

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Every day Americans expe-'
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nost people don't understand
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true nature of fire can we be
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agency. Each year more'thari
4,000 Americans die and more
than 25,000 are injured in fires,
many of which could be pre-
vented.
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that fire deaths can be reduced
by teaching people basic facts
about fire. Below are some


simple facts that explain the
particular characteristics of fire.
Fire Is Fastl (There is little
time) In less than 30 seconds
a small flame can get com-
pletely out of control and turn
into a major fire. It only takes
minutes for thick black smoke
to fill a house. In minutes, a
house can be engulfed in
flames. Most fires occur in the
home when people are asleep.
If you wake up to a fire, you
won't have time to grab valu-
ables because fire spreads too
quickly and the smoke is too
thick. There is only time to
escape.
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(Heat is more threatening than
flames!) A fire's heat alone can
kill. Room temperatures in a
fire can be 100 degrees at floor
level and rise to 600 degrees
at eye level. Inhaling this su-
per heated hot air will scorch
your lungs. This heat can also
melt your clothes to your skin.
In five minutes a room can get
so hot that everything in it ig-
nites at once. This is called
flashover.
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starts bright but quickly pro-
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to a fire, you might be blinded,
disoriented and unable to find
your way around the home
you've lived in for years.
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Wakulla County Sheriff's
Office officials arrested the
chief of the Apalachee Bay Vol-
unteer Fire and Rescue Depart-
ment Monday, July 3 and
charged him with misdemea-
nor battery, according to Cap-
tain Jim Griner.
Earl James Esner, 65, of
Crawfordville posted a $2,500
bond and was released from
the Wakulla County Jail. Esner
was at the home of a friend last
week when he allegedly groped
the buttocks of a female ac-
quaintance on more than one
occasion.
The victim filed a complaint
with law enforcement on July
3. "He (Esner) knew her," Cap-
tain Griner said of the victim.
"He got a little too friendly."


Sheriff's Report
Wakulla County Sheriff's scene to investigate.
Office officials are investigat- The cause of the fire is still'
ing the theft of Florida Lottery to be determined. Nobody was
tickets taken from Blondie's injured in the blaze although a
Petro in Panacea Thursday, June dog is missing. The home is
29, according to Sheriff David owned by Hal A. Council of
Harvey. Crawfordville. Det. Eddie Wes-
Carole G. Browder reported ter, Sgt. Jimmy Sessor and
that someone removed tickets Deputy Joe Page investigated.
from the middle of several On June 29, John E. Boles
stacks. The missing tickets of Council Construction re-
were valued at $1,034. Evidence ported a burglary at Wakulla
was collected at the scene and High School. Tools, valued at
sent to the Florida Department $1,900, were taken from a con-
of Law Enforcement for pro- struction site. Suspects have
messing. Suspects have been been identified. Deputy Danny
identified Deputy Danny Har- Harrell investigated.
rell investigated. On June 28, investigators
In other activity reported by received confidential informa-
:he Wakulla County Sheriff's tion regarding a narcotics trans-
Office during the past week: action that was about to take
On June 29, Tim L. Shiver place on Allen Harvey Street in
of Crawfordville reported a Crawfordville. Deputy Lorne
criminall mischief at Wakulla Whaley, Sgt. Jimmy Sessor and
Middle School. A portion of the Deputy Donald Newsome in-
.chool's perimeter fence had vestigated and conducted a traf-
been cut. Sgt. Scott DelBeato fic stop. Michael Howard Ex-
nvestigated. line, 20, and a 16-year-old juve-
SOn June 27, a house fire nile, both of Crawfordville,
was reported in Crawfordville were charged with possession
,y Tammy C. Bodiford. Bod- of marijuana. A third passen-
ford took an injured animal to ger in the vehicle was not
Friend's home to have the dog charged.
ooked at. When she returned, On June 19, Lonnie T.
he house was on fire. The Walton of Crawfordville re-
lamage to the trailer was esti- ported the theft of electronic
nated at $20,000 and the state games, valued at $178, from his
Fire Marshal was called to the home. Deputy Evelyn Brown
Investigated,
No Political *OnJuhe 16, Melissa A.
Keene of Crawfordville re-
Signs On ported a vehicle burglary.
Someone removed the victim's
f yla wallet from her vehicle and at-
R ig ht ay tempted to remove the car ste-
sean is reo. The loss is estimated at
The 2006 political season isDeputy Nick Boutwell
$300. Deputy Nick Boutwell
underway and Florida Depart- investigated.
nent of Transportation (DOT) On June 23, Gernard A.
officialss remind candidates Gowdy of Crawfordville re-
hat political signs may not be ported a criminal mischief as
Laced in the right of.way on someone damaged his mail-
ny state or federal highway, box D damage was estimated at
"The right of way for a road ox. Damage was estimated at
"The right of way for a road $10. Deputy Evelyn Brown in-
?r other transportation facility vestigated
s the paved area of the road, On June 23, Roger Savage
he road shoulders, sidewalks, o Crawfordville reported a
wales and all the other prop- criminal mischief as someone
arty adjustment to the road damaged his mailbox. The
)wned by the government for dmage s i he
construction and operation of damage was in the same area
he road or other facility," DOT as Gowdy's and is estimated at
he road or other facility," DOT $10. Deputy Evelyn Brown in-
,ffitials said. It may extend far $10. Deputy Evelyn Brown in-
,eyond the paved road surface vestigated.
ind may or may not be mowed oJun ose MTrcy
5r fenced. f Sopchoppy reported ife
rtenced. on t theft of her checkbook from
Signs placed on the state her vehicle. A suspect has been
eight of way will be-picked up identified. Deputy EvelynI
y DOT officials and taken to Bwn investigated.
DOT maintenance yard. The Brown investigated.
DOT maintemnance tyard* cOn July 1, Ralf H. Miller
Oa will attempt to contact of Tallahassee reported a grand
theft of boat trailer fenders,
where the signs have been valued at $300, from St Marks.
aken.
State officials monitor the The trailer had been in storage
at Shell Island Marina. Deputy
ise of public rights of ways and Jason Newlin investigated.
nay issue citations for unau- On July 1 Betty A. Barton
horized use of the property. of Crawfordville reported the
Fire Ch f theft of DVDs from her home.
Fire Chief The victim reported the theft
of 29. movies that were valued
Is Arrested at $435. A suspect has been
Identified. Deputy Scott Powell
Fonr Ratter investigated.


Wade Project To Move Forward


On June 30, Dickey Touch-
ton of Havana reported a ve-
hicle burglary in Panacea. The
.victim was Mastec Energy of
Tallahassee. The equipment
and tools stolen from inside
the truck were valued at $14,300
and a suspect has been identi-
fied. The case was sent to the
criminal investigations unit for
further investigation. Captain
Steve Ganey investigated.
On July 2, Jimmy Dykes
of Crawfordville reported a
criminal mischief. Damage to
his rental house was reported
as someone broke a window
and damaged the door. Dam-
age was estimated at $500 and
a suspect arrived at the scene
while Deputy Donald New-
some investigated. Deputy
Newsome arrested Kelly Marie
Weeks, 27, of Crawfordville af-
ter she admitted damaging the
property.
On July 2, Kelly Marie
Weeks, 27, of Crawfordville was
charged with possession of
marijuana and possession of
drug paraphernalia following a
traffic stop in Crawfordville.
Passenger Edward Gay, 28, of
Tallahassee was also charged
with.',possession of narcotics.
Deputy Donald Newsome in-
vestigated.
On July 1, Lowell D. Raker
of Cr.awfordville reported a
criminal mischief as someone
damaged his mailbox and
threw personal items that were
inside the'box on the ground.
Damage was estimated at $30.
Deputy Scott Powell investi-
gated.
On July 2, Tillman Michael
Harrell, 29, of Ciawfordville was
charged with knowingly driv-
ing while his driver license was
suspended or revoked. The ve-
hicle registration was also ex-
pired since Jan. 2, 2006. Deputy
Ward Kromer investigated.
On July 2, Sgt. Jimmy
Sessor and Deputy Ward Krom-
er investigated a domestic dis.
pute during which a male sus-
pect allegedly threatened to
shoot law enforcement officers
or firefighters.
Kenneth Stephens, 39, of
Crawfordville was handcuffed
.fr officer safety but no wea-
-pion was found. Stephens' girl-
friend told law enforcement
officials that they could find
marijuana in the home. Eight
grams of marijuana were dis-
covered onthe porch and
Stephens was charged with
possession of marijuana and
possession of drug parapherna-
lia.


After years of negotiations,
gnashing of teeth, filing of le-
gal documents and maneuver-
ing through the state permit-
ting system, the N.G. Wade In-
vestment Company's Sustain-
able Community in northeast-
ern Wakulla County is nearly
ready to be developed,
Crawfordville attorney Bob
Routa said he was pleased and
relieved that the multi-use
project will soon be getting into
the paperwork for a Planned
Unit Development (PUD).
"It will probably take a
month to get all the signa-
tures," said Routa of the Stipu-
lated Settlement Agreement
presented by Wakulla County
Attorney Ron Mowrey at the
Monday, July 3 county commis-
sion meeting.
All of the parties involved
in the administrative hearing
process agreed to drop their
objections, said Routa and
Mowrey. Signing the ltrle-
ment agreement %will '.the
Florida Department of Co mu-
nity Affairs, Wakulla CAnty
Commission, Leon Cqunty
Commission, Victor La rbou.
Robert Alessi, the Conc~ned
Citizens of Wakulla, the Sierra
Club and: the Florida Widlife
Federation.
The agreement will "infor-
mally resolve the pending liti-
gation" and the legal proceed-
ings will be voluntarily dropped
once all of the parties have

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ment, said attorney Mowrey.
As part of the agreement,
N.G. Wade will drop litigation
against residents Robert Alessi,
Victor Lambou and Earl Enge.
The company said the three
men were attempting to block
the development efforts in
northeastern Wakulla County
by using delay tactics. Sanc-
tions had been sought against
the three men in court.
The settlement agreement
also addressed the question of
citizen input in the coming
months by allowing citizens to
comment on the sustainable
community proposals during a
set "reasonable time limit."
During the public hearing
phase for the project, some resi-
dents had complained that


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they were not allowed to speak i
after land use discussion on
the project was cut off after..
more than 90 minutes of input '
from the community.
The state Department of
Community Affairs has nego-
tiated with N.G. Wade to de-
velop a scaled down develop-
ment on the 600 acres near the
Wakulla Correctional Institu-
tion. The project will include
residential housing, commer-
cial development and other
amenities within the "sustain-
able community."
Attorney Routa said he did
not know when ground for the
project will be broken. How-
ever, the project will be built
in phases as part of the state
agreement.


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County Gets Renovation Grants


The Wakulla County Cham-
ber of Commerce's Historic
Courthouse Renovation Com-
mittee has successfully com-
bined two state historic pres-
ervation grants to begin mak-
ing improvements to the wood-
en structure in Crawfordville.
Over the past two years, the
chamber of commerce has re-
ceived a total of $615,000 in the
two grants, $322,000 and $293,000,
to save the structure for future
generations.
The grants have been aug-
mented with cash contribu-
tions and in-kind services to
give the committee approxi-
mately $800,000 to spend on
the nationally registered land-
mark, said contractor John
Shuff, who has led the project
for the chamber of commerce.
The two grants will pay to
move the existing building 50
feet to the south to create a
front yard. In addition, electri-
cal, heating and air, plumbing,
siding, painting, roofing, an el-
evator, fire pump assembly,
and reopening of all four entry
ways will be covered by the
grants and contributions, said
Shuff. "We will go as far as the
money takes us," he said. An-
other grant cycle will provide


Our June 2006.
Top
Lister


money for anything not com-
pleted in the first two grants.
Shuff said county commis-
sioners have contributed $25,000
cash to the project and allowed
the building department to
waive inspection fees. The
chamber committee contrib-
uted $30,000 to the project
while Wakulla Bank provided
S$5,000 worth of administration
fees for the grants. The sheriff's
office has provided $5,000
worth of labor and services
while Edwin Brown and Asso-
ciates surveyed the property
and provided the site plan. The
City.of Sopchoppy Water Sys-
tem relocated the water line at
no charge.
"Special mention must be
made for the many hours con-
tributed by Paige Killeen and
Sharol Brown who worked on
the grant itself," said Shuff.
"They were an integral part of
the committee for restoration.
If this committee had not
staged such a successful party
in St. Marks and if the board
of county commissioners had
not been so generous, we
would not have applied for the
grant this past year."
Grant projects must have a
great deal of local support and


~pojnt Realt,


Wakulla County citizens pro-
vided 100 personally written
letters in support of the resto-
ration. "The heavy lifters for
this portion of the project were
again, Sharol Brown, Paige
Killeen, Susan Turner, Joanne
Strickland and Toni Courtier,"
said Shuff. "It is a pleasure to
be involved in a project that
has garnered such broad com-
munity support."
SThe building is expected to
be moved in the next three
months. The chamber of com-
merce has a lease to use the
building as an office and it will
also be used by the community.
The chamber office is currently
located in. the TCC Center in
Crawfordville which is provid-
ing the Space free of charge
until the building is fully reno-
vated.
Shuff thanked committee
members Ruth High, Dalynda
Kennedy, Carol McEwan, Becky
Mowrey, Kathie Brown, Jackie
Lawhon, Wanda Williams,
Elaine Wurster, Becky Black,
Terry Brooks, Diane Herring,
PamrShields, Larry Massa,
Rhonda Harvey, Paige Killeen,
Larry Strickland, Toni Courtier,
Joanne Strickland and Sharol
Brown for their outstanding
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District Board Approves 2006-07 Budget

The Tallahassee Community College District Board
of Trustees approved a $55.6 million budget : '
for the 2006-07 academic year, ensuring the
College's open door admissions policy stays open.
The budget includes increases in both in-state
tuition by?$2.per'credit hour and out-of-state
tuition by $8.per credit hour. Despite the increase,
TCC:still.offers one of thenost affordable post-
secondary educations inthe.state. ,
;The budget supports several initiatives that .il
provide opportunities for increased focus on: ^
teaching and learning:These include:
* Supporting the Educator Preparation Institute

* Re-organizing and advancing the Divisiori ,
Economic and Workforce Developme t
Expanding the scope arqdimpact of:the _,
College's efforts in student successt:o incl i
a significant commitmehttoithe us~ f onl[.
advising and learning plans%'. :
Designing:and implementing' iew "n sit
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effectiveness of the College's leaders (b
faculty and classified staff) to foster impro .
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Developing TCC's community service centers
Continuing to strengthen relationships with
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Legal Notice


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 2006-177 CA


Michael Sullivan,
Plaintiff


John C. Council, Maurice Edison Council,
Susie Council Tucker, and Betty Ann
Tucker Gray, who are believed to be
deceased, and their several and
respective unknown spouses, heirs,
devisees, grantees, creditors, and all
parties natural, corporate, or otherwise,
claiming interests by, through, under, or
against them to have any right, title, or
interest in nr to the lands herein riacnrihbdr


Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION TO

TO: John C. Council, Mauric
cil, Susie Council Tucker,
Tucker Gray, who are beli
ceased, and their several an
known spouses, heirs, devi
creditors, and all parties na
or otherwise, claiming inter
under, or againstthem to hav
or interest in or to the lands h

YOU ARE NOTIFIED tl
quiet title to real property
against you. As filed, this
requests the Court determine
above-named parties have
interest in the parcel of pro
by meets and bounds descri
Commence at a concrete
(marked 1254) marking
east corner of the Northe
of Section 12, Townsh
Range 2 West, Waku
Florida and run North 89
minutes 22 seconds We
South boundary of the
quarter of said secti
monumented) 1155.70 f
inch iron pipe marking
Beginning. From said Po
ning run North 89 degree
utes and 14 seconds We
South boundary 655.68f
create monument markete
ing on the Easterly ri
boundary of U.S. Hwy.
leaving said South bo
North 31 degrees 36 m
along said Easterly R
.boundary 809.36 feet
(marked 6475) intersect
North boundary of the S
the South half of the Nor
ter of Section 12, thence
Easterly Right-of-Way r
degrees 07 minutes 04 s
along said North boun
South half of the South
Northeast quarter (as mc
238 feet to a re-rod (ma
thence leaving said Nor
run.South 00 degrees 31
seconds West 690.06
Point of Beg.r.n.r..: icoi
acres, more or ie ) : a
being known a. Parcel
You are required to serve
written defenses, if any, on
Plaintiff'sAttorney, whose
Crawfordville Hwy., Ci', l.i
32327, on or before July 21,
the original with the clerk of ti
.court in Crawfordville, Floric
service on this attorney or im
after; otherwise a default r
against you for the relief de
complaint.

Dated this 12th day of J
.BRENT
A
I By:



June 22, 29,


Legal No


IN THE CIRCUIT
SECOND JUDICIAL C
FOR WAKULLA COI
CASE

CLYDE K. CARTER, SR.,
Plaintiff,
vs.

EFFIE B. CURLES,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF ACT

TO: EFFIE B. CURLES
YOU ARE NOTIFIED th
quiet title to the following pro
SCounty, Florida:
LOTS (4) AND FIVE (5)
MAGNOLIA GARDEN
PLAT OF SAID SUBDI
RECORDED AT PLAT
PAGE 37, OF THE
RECORDS OF WAKULL
FLORIDA.

Wakulla County Parcel ID
078-013-10731-000

has been filed against you
quired to serve a copy of y
fenses, if any, to it on DANIE
ESQUIRE; SMITH, THOMP
MANAUSA, P.A., Plaintiff's
Thomasville Road, 4th Floo
Florida 32309-3469, no mor
days from the first publication
tice of action, and file the i
Clerk of this Court either be
Plaintiffs attorneys or immed
otherwise, a default will be
you for the relief demanded
or petition.

DATED this 15th day of

BRENT
(Cil



June 29, July


Legal No


IN THE CIRCUIT C
SECOND JUDICIAL C
FOR WAKULLA COI

CASE
DIVISION

IN RE: The Marriage of
DOUGLAS POPOVICH,
Petitioner/Husband,
and

LAURA POPOVICH,
Respondent/Wife.
NOTICE OF AC1

TO: Laura Popovich
address unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED th
Dissolution of Marriage has b
you and you are required to
your written defenses, if ant
C. Banks, Esquire, Petitic


whose address is 810 Thoma
lah'assee, Florida, 32303, or
26, 2006, and file the original
this court either before service
attorney or immediately there
a default will be entered aga
relief demanded in the comply

Dated this 21 st day of Ju
BRENT:
-Cl
(Cir



June 29, July


Legal No0


MINUTES OF THE WAKUI
SCHOOL BOARD MEETING
JUNE 19,2001


Superintendent Miller, Ch
and the'School Board recogi
ing employees of the month:
QUIET TITLE as Employee of theMonth and
as Teacher of the Month. B
:e Edison Coun- were congratulated and pr
and Betty Ann plaque by Chairman Thomas.
eved to be de- gave a presentation regarding
d respective un- Thomas called the meet
sees, grantees, Pledge of Allegiance was reci
tural, corporate, was given by Evahs. All Boar
ests by, through, Superintendent Miller were p
ve any right, title, 'Moved by Cook, second
erein described, approve the agenda.
Voting for the motion: Coc
iat an action to Scott, and Thomas.
has been filed Moved by Scott, second
quiet title action approve the following conser
e that none of the 1. Approved Minutes of tl
any right, title or on May 15, 2006.
3perty described 2. Approved the followir
ption as follows: Personnel:
New Hires: PS-Professioi
e monument tract, AC-Annual Contract, NP
the South- ary
eastQuarter Name: Allen, Janet, Pr
ip 4 South, SES, Position: Paraprofessioi
lla County vice: 2006-2007, Status: P; I
i degrees 27 MES, Teacher, 2006-2007,
ast along the Margaret, MES, Teacher, 2
SNortheast Clark, Lisa, WMS, Paraprof
ion 12 (as 2007, P; Dutrow, Jeffery, RMS
feet to a 3/4 2007, AC; Hall, Tiffany, CE
the Point of sional, 2006-2007, P; Hardi
lint of Begin- Teacher, 2006-2007, AC; Klt
ees 37 min- trict ESE, Teacher, 2006-2007
stalong said Teena, WHS, Teacher, 2(
eet to a con- Lawhon, Krissia, Medart Elem
ed 1254) ly- 2006-2007, AC; Lawhon,
ght-or-way Teacher, 2006-2007, AC; L
319, thence CES, Teacher, 2006-2007,
undary run Tim, Adult ED/2nd Chance,
minutes East 2007, AC; Rentz, Melanie,
ight-of-Way 2006-2007, AC; Rozanski,
to a re-rod Teacher; 2006-2007, AC; Var
ting with the CES, Teacher, 2006-2007, A(
South half of Transfers:
theastquar- Name: Baggett, S. Mic
leaving said from: SES, Program to: RMS
un South 89 Teacher, Position to: Asst. Pr
seconds East vice: 2006-2007, Status: AC; C
dary of the WHS, Adult Ed/2nd Cha
I half of the Teacher, 2006-2007, PS; C
onumented) WHS, CES, Teacher, Teacher,
irked 4261), Cotton, Nakia, RMS, CES, Te
th boundary 2006-2007, PS; Dow, Kriste
I minutes 53 Teacher, 'Teacher, 2006-20(
feet to the Kimberly, CES, CES, Teacher
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par.: l i-O. ---- jeT n-,r,-r Ti.-:nrie,. .-t r .l'
Si. Laura. .ES. 1MEu Tc,..:rn,.
.. ., ,~ ~, ',2 P5 Kie-? B Scott V
e a copy of your Mror.in Tca.:ir.er 12 Monti
Doris I. Sanders, 20'7'. Pc. RFoe,,-',on, Mar
1a.1,re .3, 'i Teacher, Teacher, 2006-20(
cr ..ie Fl.-.r..' Janie,.WHS, Pre-K, Teacher,
2006, and to file 2007, AC; Tully, William, Fa
he above named Spec., Oper..Foreman, 2006
da either before Re-Employment of Instru
mediately there- nel:
may be entered Name: Adams, Marlene, F
demanded in the RMS, Position: Teacher, Te
2006-2007, Status: AC; At
WMS, Teacher, 2006-2007,
une, 2006. WMS, Teacher, 2006-200
Amanda, RMS, Teacher, 2
X. THURMOND Clark-Rosier, Sonia, WMS,
sa Clerk of Court 2007, AC; Dow, Jeremiah,
-s- Chris Gibson 2006-2007, AC; Floyd-Rich
As Deputy Clerk WHS, Teacher, 2006-2007, A(
WMS, Teacher, 2006-200
(Seal) Catherine, RMS, Teacher,
Hornbaker, Janria, SES, Teac
July 6, 13, 2006 AC; Lin'dville, Chad, RMS,
2007, AC; Madden, Deborah,
2006-2007, PS; Mapes, J
tice Teacher, 2006-2007, AC; M
RMS, Teacher, 2006-2007,
Christa, WHS, Teacher, 2(
Piland, Patricia, WMS; Teace
AC; Sandgren, Joshua, WMS
COURT IN THE 2007, AC; Savary, Donna,
;IRCUIT IN AND 2006-2007,AC; Smith;Autumr
JNTY, FLORIDA '-2006-2007, AC; Smith, Larr
NO. 06-155-CA Physical Therapist, 2006-20
Shannon, RMS, Teacher, 2
Stoff, Jennifer,.WMS, Teach
AC; Vernon, James, WHS,
2007, AC; Wright, Phyllis,
2006-2007, AC.
Re-Employment of Non-li
sonnel: P-Probationary, NP-N
Name: Anderson, Nena, P
WMS, Position: Paraprofess
TION Service: 2006-2007, Status:
Gina, Food Service, Food S
i 2006-2007, P; Arnett, Shaw
at an action to" Custodian, 2006-2007, NP;
pertyin Wakulla leen, Food. Service, Food S
2006-2007, P; Avery, Angel,
BLOCK "A" Bus Driver, 2006-2007, .P; B
S AS PER District, Admin. Secretary, 2
VISION OF Bagwell, Michelle, CES, Pa
T BOOK 1 2006-2007, NP; Bailey, Ange
E PUBLIC tion, Bus Driver, 2006-2007, P
A COUNTY, Fac/Main, Custodian, 2006-20
Patricia, Food Service, Food E
2006-2007, NP; Barksdale, T
D No. 00-00- tion, Bus Driver, 2006-2007,
Peggy, CES, Paraprofessiona
Bascom, Blondie, Fac/Main, C
and you are re- 2007, P; Becker, Elizabeth,
your written de- Food Service Manager, 2
L E.MANAUSA, Bennett, Houston, Food Ser
'SON, SHAW & vice Worker, 2006-2007, P; B
attorneys, 3520 MES, Secretary, 2006-2007
or, Tallahassee Patricia, WHS, Paraprofessio
e than thirty (30 P; Bowen, Tawanda, Food
n date of this no- Service Manager, 2006-2007
original withth e Ethel, Fac/Main, Custodian,
fore service on Brinson, Angela; District, Adr
before ereafter o retary; 2006-2007, NP; Britt,
iately thereafter; Data Entry Clerk, 20b6-2007
entered against Patricia, WMS, Paraprofessio
in the complaint P; Brown, Deborah, District, S
S2007, P; Bruce, Sue, MES, Pa
June, 2006. 2006-2007, NP; Bryan, Carma
station, Bus Driver, 2006-20C
X. THURMOND Erica, WHS, Paraprofessiona
rcuit Court Seal) Camp, Linda, RMS, Administr
2006-2007, NP; Cantrell, Ju,
-s- Erika Harrell 2nd Chance, Paraprofessior
Deputy Clerk NP; Carnes, Judy, RMS, Pa
2006-2007, NP; Chaganis,
6, 13, 20, 2006 Service, Food Service Worker
Chestnut, Jeanette, CES, Pa
2006-2007, NP; Claycomb, Nc
"{ station, Bus Attendant, 20
Ic Clemons, Brenda, Transporta
2006-2007, NP; Core, Shirle'
tary, 2006-2007, NP; Costigan
portation, Bus Driver, 2006
COURT OF THE Shirley, Food Service, Food E
IRCUIT, IN AND 2006-2007, P; Crouch, Bobbi
JNTY, FLORIDA tary, 2006-2007, NP; Crum
Service, Food Service Worker
NO. 2006-05-CA Crum, Lessie, Transportatic
N: FAMILY LAW 2006-2007, NP; Crum, Rena,
fessional, 2006-2007, P; Cru
Main, Custodian, 2006-2007,
Transportation, Bus Driver,
Daniels, Tonia, Pre-K, CDA,
Dees, Susan, WMS, Paraprof
2007, NP; DeLong, Grace,
Bus Driver, 2006-2007, NP;
othy, Transportation, Bus Driv
NP; Donaldson, Eunice, Pre
2007, NP; Donaldson, Jeff, F
dian/Main, 2006-2007, NP; I
TION Transportation, Bus Driver, 2
/ Duggar, Sue, Transportation, I
2007, NP; Duggar, Dora, Dis
2006-2007, NP; Duncan, Ka
Job Coach, 2006-2007, NP;
rat an action for Fac/Main, Trades Specialist,
seen filed against Dunlap, David L., Fac/Main, C
serve a copy of 2007, P; Dyke, Marcilla, Trar
I, to it on James Driver, 2006-2007, NP; Evans
Liner's attorney, Service, Food Service Worke


sville Road, Tal- Ellis, Joseph, Fac/Main, Trades Specialist,
n or before July 2006-2007, NP; Enos, Jennifer, Transporta-
with the clerk of tion, Bus Driver, 2006-2007, P; Farmer, Alton,
e on Petitioner's Fac/Main, Custodian, 2006-2007, NP;
.after; otherwise Folsom, Lynn, Fac/Main, Custodian, 2006-
linst you for the 2007, NP; Franklin, Classie, CES, Parapro-
aint or petition. fessional, 2006-2007, NP; Franklin, Dennis,
Fac/Main, Custodian, 2006-2007, P; Franklin,
ne, 2006. Dorothy, Food Service, Food Service Worker,
2006-2007, NP; Frazier, Nellie, WMS, Para-
X. THURMOND professional, 2006-2007, NP; Frederick,
erk of the Court Linda, District ESE, Interpreter, 2006-2007,
cuit Court Seal) NP; Gallamore, Lorrie, Pre-K, Secretary,
2006-2007, NP; Galloway, Kathy, District,
-s- Erika Harrell Secretary, 2006-2007, NP; Gavin, Harold,
Deputy Clerk Fac/Main, Custodian, 2006-2007, P; Gay,
'Jennifer, Fac/Main, Custodian, 2006-2007, P;
6, 13, 20, 2006 George, Kathleen, Pre-K, Paraprofessional,
2006-2007, P; Godbolt, Nicholas, Fac/Main,
Custodian, 2006-2007, P; Golden, Deborah,
tice Adult Ed/ 2nd Chance, Paraprofessional,
2006-2b07, NP; Greener, Robert, Transpor-
tation, Mechanic Supervisor, 2006-2007, NP;
Greenwood, Laura, Transportation, Bus
Driver, 2006-2007, NP; Grigg, Janet, Trans-
LLA COUNTY portation, Bus Driver, 2006-2007, NP; Gilyard,
NG HELD ON Ruby, Transportation, Bus Attendant, 2006-
6 2007, NP; Grantham, Waltruad, Food Service,
'Food Service Worker, 2006-2007, NP;
airman Thomas Grimmett, Jackie, MES, Paraprofessional,
nized the follow- 2006-2007, NP; Guoan,.Berniece, Food Ser-
Daniel Moseley vice, Food Service Worker, 2006-2007, P;
I Michelle Hunter Hairston, Carol, Fac/Main, Custodian, 2006-
loth employees 2007, NP; Hance, Glenda, MES, Paraprofes-
esented with a sional, 2006-2007, NP; Hansen, Sandra, Food
. Beth O'Donnell Service, Food Service Worker, 2006-2007, P;
g FCAT scores. Hanway, William, Transportation, Bus Driver,
ing to order, the 2006-2007, NP; Harden, Teresa, Food Ser-
ted and a prayer vice, Food Service Manager, 2006-2007, NP;
'd Members and Harrell, Delinda, RMS, Secretary, 2006-2007,
resent. NP; Harrell, Helen, Transportation, Bus Driver,
ded by Gray to 2006-2007, P; Harris, Janice, Fac/Main, Cus-
todian, 2006-2007, NP; Harris, John, Fac/
ok, Evans, Gray, Main, Custodian, 2006-2007, NP; Harris,
Sampson, WMS, Paraprofessional, 2006-
ed by Evans to' 2007,,P; Harvey, Kenneth, Fac/Main, Custo-
nt items: dian,'2006-2007, NP; Harvey, Linda, WHS,
he Meeting held Paraprofessional, 2006-2007, NP; Harvey,
Olivia, Pre-K, Secretary, 2006-2007, NP;
ig Employment Harvey, Tammy, Food Service, Food Service
Worker, 2006-2007, P; Hayes, Beverly, Trans-
nal Service Con- portation, Bus Attendant, 2006-2007, NP;
-Non-Probation- Henderson, Julie, Transportation, Bus Driver,
2006-2007, NP; Higgins, Matt, WHS, Para-
rogram/School: professional, 2006-2007, P; Hillmon, Leon,
nal,TermofSer- RMS, Paraprofessional, 2006-2007, P;
Briggs, Kathryn, Holmes, David, Fac/Main, Custodian, 2006-
AC; Callaghan, 2007, NP; Holmes, Jollivet, Pre-K, CDA, 2006-
2006-2007, AC; 2007, NP; Homan, Evelyn, Transportation, bus
essional, 2006- Driver, 2006-2007, NP; Horst, Kris, Food Ser-
, Teacher, 2006- vice, Food Service Worker, 2006-2007, P;
ES, Paraprofes- Hough, Jill, WMS, Secretary, 2006-2007, NPi
en, Holly, CES, Howard, Catherine, Fac/Main, Custodian,
ees, Erica, Dis- 2006-2007, NP; Howard, King, Fac/Main,
7, AC; Ketchum, Custodian, 2006-2007, NP; Howard, Moses,
006-2007, AC; Transportation, Bus Driver, 2006-2007, NP;
lentary, Teacher, Hudson, Glenda, Transportation, Bus Driver,
Laura; CES, 2006-2007, NP; Hudson, Roxanne, RMS,
Loney, Cynthia, Paraprofessional, 2006-2007, P; Hughes,
AC; O'Donnell, Leroy, Fac/Main, Custodian, 2006-2007, P;
Teacher, 2006- Hutto, Brenda, Finance, Fiscal Specialist,
WHS, Teacher, 2006-2007, NP; Hutto, John, Food Service,.
Joseph, CES, Food Service Worker, 2006-2007, NP; Jack-
nSyckle, Jeffery, son, Barbara, Fac/Main, Custodian, 2006-
C, 2007, NP; Jackson, Nate, WHS, Paraprofes-
sional, 2006-2007, P; James, Karen, WHS,
:hele, Program Paraprofessional, 2006-2007, P; Jefferson,
S, Position from: Beverly, WHS, Secretary, 2006-2007, NP;
in., Term of Ser- Jefferson, Donald, District, Elec. Tech. Super-
Carraway, David, visor, 20p6-2007, NP; Jefferson, Gwendolyn,
nce, Teacher, Fac/Main, Custodian, 2006-2007,.NP; Kidder,
Cason, -Kristin; Kermit, Fac/Main, Custodian, 2006-2007, NP;
2006-2007, PS; Johns, Wendy, Food Service, Food Service
teacher, Teacher, Workerh2006-2007, P; Johnson, Deborah,
en, MES, RMS, Food SErvice, Fiscal Specialist, 2006-2007,
07, PS; Dutton, P; Johnson, Lucy, Transportation, Bus Driver,
r,Asst. Principal, 2006-2Q07, NP;. Jones, Deana, SES.,Para-
pr, Wi-.5 RMS,, professional, 2006-2007, NP; Jones, Eliza-
,i ., i:-lley, beth,;MESi Administrative Sbcrrtai;'`2006-
Te.,:r,,, :.:06- 2007, NP; Jones, Ella, Food Service, Food
. lNH'- W/H_., 10 Ser.,.ce Woer !'C."-l,_- r00 u NF jorE&
Te..-:r7e1 2',r., GI.:'`' F' ralpr.:.l ^.icrnal 22',,-6.10 "
y, RMS, WHS, NP; JcrEt, a.a.a T.ar. ,iorilI.o r., Bus
07, PS; Tucker, Driver, 20,',.':-2 007 ri- J Kea, Li,-aa MES,
, Teacher, 2006- Paraprofessional, 2006-2007, NP; Kelly,
ic/Main, Trades Leslie, CES, Paraprofessional, 2006-2007, P;
-2007, NP. Kerns, Eiko, Food Service, Food Service
uctional Person- Worker, 2006-2007, NP;. Kilgore, Carolyn,
Transportation, Bus Attendant, 2006-2007,
'rogram/School: NP; Kilgore, Susan, Pre-K, CDA, 2006-2007,
erm of Service: NP; King, Jennie, Transportation, Bus Driver,
ustin Adrienne, 2006-2007, NP; Kinsey, Linda, SES, Secre-
AC; Bryan, Amy, ar, .u00'-. '20u tiP e bEor,. CE- iezr.
17, AC; Butler, iceir, 2'::.':-' NP L nm, Tr .cr-e-5 F 3G
2006-2007, AC; .-.,.:. F.:.o S.cr.ce WVc.-'e 2006 '
Teacher, 2006- NP L '.,drurri 51:Sis: PaiVJH .roi.,.,
WMS, Teacher,' Z, ;,0:'E.2,' N'P La..lor.i K irlr, rIES Para.
ardson, Nancy, professional, 2006-2007, NP; Langston,
C; Gorton, John, Ramona, Transportation, Bus Driver, 2006-
7, AC; Harris, 2007, NP; Langston, Ruby, Transportation,
2006-2007, AC; BusDriver, 2006-2007, NP; Lawhon, Buddy,
cher, 2006-2007, Fac/Main, Trades Specialist, 2006-2007, NP;
Teacher, 2006- Lawhon, Pamela, District, Administrative As-
WMS, Teacher, sistant, 2006-2007, NP; Lawhon, Susan, Pre-
essica, WMS,. K, CDA, 2006-2007, NP; Leigh, Suzanne,
cBrayer, David, WHS, Paraprofessional, 2006-2007, P; Lewis,
AC; McCulley, Angela, SES, Paraprofessional, 2006-2007,
006-2007, PS; NP; Lewis, Sharon, District, Finance Assistant,
her, 2006-2007, 2006-2007, NP; Lindert, Sara, WMS, Para-
,Teacher, 2006- professional, 2006-2007, P; Locklear, -Julia,
RMS, Teacher, food Service, Food Service Manager, 2006-
n, SES, Teacher, 2007, NP; Long, Cheryl, Fac/Main, Custodian,
y, District ESE, 2006-2007, NP; Lowe, Candace, MES, Data
D07, PS; Smith, Entry Clerk, 2006-2007, NP; Lucas,Nanette,
2006-2007, AC; SES, Paraprofessional, 2006-2007, NP;
ler, 2006-2007, McCown, Joanna, SES,:Administrative Sec-
Teacher, 2006- retary, 2006-2007, NP; McDonald, Joanne,
RMS, Teacher, CES, Paraprofessional, 2006-2007, NP;
McDonald, Rose, CES, Data Entry Clerk,
instructional Per- 2006-2007' NP; McHenry, Dorothy, District,
on-Probationary Secretary, 2006-2007, NP; Mclver, Amber,
'rogram/School: Pre-K, CDA, 2006-2007, P; McLeod, Martha,
sional,.Term of Transportation, Bus Driver, 2006-2007, NP;
NP; Andrews, McMillian, John, Fac/Main, Operation Fore-
iervice Worker, man, 2006-2007, NP; McMillian, Lawrence,
nda, Fac/Main, Fac/Main, Custodian; Maiwald, Carolyn, Pre-
Altenburg, Col- K, Paraprofessional, 2006-2007, P; Mallow,
service Worker, Cheryl, Adult Ed/2nd Chance, Secretary,
Transportation, 2006-2007,' NP; Manning, Mark, Fac/Main,
achle, Sharon, Custodian, 2006-2007, P; Marks, Linda, Dis-
2006-2007, NP; trict, Fiscal Specialist, 2006-2007, NP; Metcalf,
raprofessional, Margaret, RMS, Paraprofessional, 2006-2007,
ela, Transporta- P; Miller, Heather, Food Service, Food Ser-
; Barber, Jackie, vice Worker, 2006-2007, P; Mims, Eddy, Fac/
)07, NP; Barker, Main, Trades Specialist, 2006-2007, NP;
Service Worker, Mitchell, Regina, WMS, Data Entry Clerk,
eri, Transporta- 2006-2007, NP; Moody, Deborah, Food Ser-
NP; Barnidge, vice, Food Service Worker, 2006-2007, NP;
1, 2006-2007, P; Moore, Sandy, RMS, Secretary, 2006-2007,
;ustodian, 2006- NP; Montague, Tonya, SES, Paraprofes-
Food Service, sional, 2006-2007, P; Morgan, Donna, SES,
2006-2007, P; Paraprofessional, 2006-2007, P; Moseley,
vice, Food Ser- Daniel, Fac/Main, Trades Specialist, 2006-
enton, Victoria, 2007, NP; Moses, Suzanne, Food Service,
NP; Bodiford, Food Service Manager, 2006-2007, NP;
nal, 2006,2007, Musgray, Gloria, Food Service, Food Service
Service, Food Worker, 2006-2007, NP; Myhre, Robert,
, NP; Brannen, RMS, Paraprofessional,.2006-2007, P;
2006-2007, NP; Nichols, Elizabeth, Transportation, Bus
ninistrative Sec- Driver, 2006-2007, NP; Nichols, John, Trans-
Noreen, WHS, portation, Mechanic, 2006-2007, NP; Norton,
, P; Broadway, Willie, Fac/Main, Custodian, 2006-2007, NP;
nal, 2006-2007, Nunn, Tammy, WHS, Paraprofessional, 2006-
aecretary, 2006- 2007, NP; Oaks, Robin, Trarisportation, Bus
araprofessional, Driver, 2006-2007, NP; Ostojich, Maureen,
aletta, Transpor- Food Service, Food Service Manager, 2006-
)7, NP; Bunch, 2007, NP; Page, Benjamin, Tranisportation,
1, 2006-2007, P; Mechanic/Bus Inspector, 2006-2007, P;
active Secretary, Pandolfi, Cynthia, SES, Paraprofessional,
anita, Adult Ed/ 2006-2007, NP; Parker, Lisa, Transportation,
ial, 2006-2007, Bus Attendant, 2006-2007, NP; Parker, Lisa,
iraprofessional, District, Mail Courier, 2006-2007, NP;
Sandra, Food Pascarella, Marilyn, District, Secretary, 2006-
r, 2006-2007, P; 2007, NP; Payne, Shelli, District, Secretary,
iraprofessional, 2006-2007, NP; Pearce, Daniel, Fac/Main,
orma, Transpor- Custodian, 2006-2007, NP; Peckham, Rob-
06-2007, NP; ert, Fac/Main, Custodian, 2006-2007, NP;
tion, Bus Driver, Peltier, Tammy, CES, Speech Paraprofes-
y, WHS, Secre- sional, 2006-2007, NP; Pierdtti, Deborah,
i, Judith, Trans- Transportation, Bus Driver, 2006-2007, NP;
-2007, P; Cox, Pigott, Joyce, WMS, Secretary, 2006-2007,
Service Worker, NP; Piland, Paula, WMS, Paraprofessional,
e, WHS, Secre- 2006-2007, NP; Pope, Christina, Transpor-
,Audrey, Food station, Bus Driver, 2006-2007, P; Porter,
r, 2006-2007, P; Steven. Transportation, Bus Driver, 2006-
on, Bus Driver, 2007, P; Posey, Helen, Fac/Main, Custodian,
,CES, Parapro- 2006-2007, NP; Posey, James, RMS, Para-
m, Trudie, Fac/ professional, 2006-2007, NP; Pumphery,
P; Dailey, Janet, Julia, Transportation, Bus Driver, 2006-2007,
2006-2007, P; NP; Raker, Jennifer, WMS, Administrative
2006-:2007, NP; Secretary, 2006-2007, NP; Randolph,Audrey,
fessional, 2006- Food Service, Food Service Manager, 2006-
Transportation, 2007, NP; Randolph, Cleotha, SES, Custo-
Denmon, Dor- dian, 2006-2007, P; Rankin, Phillip, Fac/Main,
ier, 2006-2007, Operation Foreman, 2006-2007, NP;
-K, CDA, 2006- Rawlins, Virginia, Fac/Main, Custodian, 2006-
ac/Main, Custo- 2007, NP; Register, Gary, Fac/Main, Trades
Duggar, Carrie, Specialist, 2006-2007, P; Revell, Marian,
2006-2007, NP; CES, Paraprofessional, 2006-2007, P;
Secretary. 2006- Reyes, Regina, WHS, Paraprofessional,


trict, Secretary, 2006-2007, P; Ricketts, Juanita, Food Ser-
thy, WHS, ESE vice, Fqod Service Worker, 2006-2007, P;'
Dunlap, David, Riggs, arolyn, Transportation, Bus Driver,
2006-2007, NP; 2006-207, NP; Rizzo, Anthony, Fac/Main,
;ustodian, 2006- Custodn, 2006-2007, NP; -Roberts, Edith,
nsportation, Bus Food vice, Food Service Worker, 2006-
;, Roberta, Food 2007, P; Roberts, Eugene', Fac/Main, Cus-
r, 2006-2007, P! todian, 2006-2007, NP; Roberts, Kelly, Fac/


Main, Operations Foreman, 2006-2007, NP;
SRobison, Colleen, Food Service, Food Ser-
vice Worker, 2006-2007, NP; Robison,
Deloris, Transportation, Bus Driver, 2006-
2007, NP; Ross, Belinda, Fac/Main, Custo-
dian, 2006-2007, NP; Rudd, Marian, Trans-
portation, Bus Attendant, 2006-2007, PI
Russ, Wanda, Food Service, Food Service
Worker, 2006-2007, NP; Sanders, Alberta,
Food Service, Food Service Worker, 2006-
2007; NP; Sanders, Lacy, Transportation, Bus
Driver, 2006-2007, P; Sanders, Rebecca,
MES, Paraprofessional, 2006-2007, NP;
Schipper, Patti, Adult Ed/2nd Charice, Public
Information Spec., 2006-2007, P; Shiver, Tim,
Fac/Main, Operations Foreman, 2006-2007,
NP; Simmons, Glenda, WHS, Secretary,
2006-2007, NP; Slater, Hilly, Fac/Main, Cus-
todian; 2006-2007, NP; Smith, Glyndal, RMS,
Paraprofessional, 2006-2007, NP; Snyder,
Constance, Food Service, Food Service
Worker, 2006-2007, P; Sparkman, Rita, Dis-
trict, Senior MIS Operator, 2006-2007, NP;
Spears, Barbara, Transportation;Bus Atten-
dant P/T, 2006-2007, P; Spears ,Barbara,
Food Service, Food,Serv,,:- Worker P T
2006-2007, P; Springer, VJ.ii, n'a. Oulr,.:l
Electronics Technician, 2006-2J07, NP;
Stephens, Judy, RMS, Data Enrtry Clerk,
2006-2007, NP; Stevens, Rhon' YDistrict,
Administrative Secretary, 2006-2007. NP:
Strickland, Patricia, CES, F''.ap,'':,,l-c ":.na
2006-2007, P; Strickland, Rody, Fac/Main,
Operations Foreman, 2006-2807, NP;
Sullivan, Jean, Adult Ed/2nd Char e, Data
Entry Clerk, 2006-2007, NP; Taff, flary, Pre-
K, CDA, 2006-2007, NP; Taylor, Ghi, WHS,
Secretary, 2006-2007, NP; Taylor,Tracy, Dis-
trict, Electronics Technician, 2006-2007, NP;
Thomas, Ami, Transportation, BUs Driver,
2006-2007, P; Thomas, John, Fac/Main, Cus-
todian, 2006-2007, NP; Thoma;, Phillis,
Transportation, Bus Driver, 2006,007, NP;
Thompson, Robert, Fac/Main, Maintenance
Supervisor, 2006-2007, NP; Thompson,
Sandra, MES, Paraprofessional, 2b06-2007,
NP; Timmons, Malda, Transportation, Bus
Driver, 2006-2007, NP; Toler, Sam, Fac/Main,
.Operations Foreman, 2006-2007, NP;
Tompson, Diane, WMS, Paraprofessional,
2006-2007, P; Trice, Suesun, Food Service,
Food Service Worker, 2006-2007, P; Tully,
Della, District, Secretary, 2006-2007, NP;
Tully, William, Fac/Main, Operations Foreman,
2006-2007, NP; Vause, Earl, Fac/Main,
Trades Specialist, 2006-2007, NP; Vick,
Christine, Transportation, Bus Driver, 2006-
2007, P; Vick, Sheila, Pre-K, CDA, 2006-
2007, NP;, Vice, Dena, Pre-K, CDA, 2006-
2007, NP; Vice, Patricia, Transportation, Bus
Driver, 2006-2007, NP; Walden, Barbara,
Transportation, Bus Driver, 2006-2007, NP;
Vnsi.=r C -,',:re "''' Paraprofessional, 2006-
L2'0- Jiler .i..-quelin, Transportation,
Bus Driver, 2006-2007, P; Walker, Virginia;
WHS, ESE Job Coach, 2006-2007, P; Ward,
Cindy, MES, Paraprofessional, 2006-2007,
NP;,Ward, Gina, Food Service, Office Assis-
tant, 2006-2007, P; Ward, Helen, SES, Para-
professional, 2006-2007,, NP; Ward, Terri,
SES, Speech Paraprofessional, 2006-2007,
NP; Watson, Sally, District, Secretary, 2006-
2007, NP; Watts, Neil, Transportation, Me-
chanic/Bus Inspector, 2006-2007, P; Webster,
Josa, Fac/Main, Custodian, 2006-2007, NP;
Webster, Martha, Transportation, Bus Driver,
2006-2007, P; Webster, Regina, Food Ser-
vice, Food Service Worker, 2006-2007, P;
Webster, Terry, Fac/Main, Operations Fore-
man, 2006-2007, NP; Whaley,. Arron, Fac/
Main, Custodian, 2006-2007, NP; Whaley,
.Donald, Fac/Mair, Custodian, 2006-2007,
NP; Wheatcraft, Laura, Food Service, Food
Service Worker, 2006-2007, P; Whiddon,.Lisa,
Pre-K, CDA, 2006-2007, NP; White, Barbara,
Fac/Main, Custodian, 2006-2007, NP; White,
Wanda, Fac/Main, Custodian, 2006-2007,
NP; Williams, Alice, Pre-K, CDA, 2006-2007,
P; Williams, Mary, Transportation, Bus Driver,
2006-2007, NP; Willis, David, Fac/Main, Op-
G,' h,,',.r F=:,E rr.ar -,, 'r.'.- r r' tJ : ./nll,_

2006-2007, NP; Willis, Sherry, Food Service,
Food Service Worker, 2006-2007, NP;
Wisham, Sharon, Transportation, Bus Driver,
2006-2007, NP..
Summer Employment:
Name: Alexander, Patricia, Prograh/
School: Pre-K, Position: Teacher, Term of
Service: 05/24/06-07/29/06; Allen, Janet,
SES, Paraprofessional, 07/05/06-08/07/06-
Not to exceed 70 hrs; Anderson, Ashley, Dis-
trict, Child Find Specialist, 05/24/06-08/07/06;
Anderson, Janet, Transportation, Bus Driver,
05/30/06-06/29/06; Bagget, Michele, RMS,
Assistant Principal, 06/05/06-06/30/06;
Barksdale, Teri, Tratnsportation, Bus Driver,
I.nP l h, ir ,:r, `' jt, 40 1 3r .3- Or r.J.:., [.:, e -
.c .3 -I r,,n rur. r,1 E .-, Pr-.=. T -.r.,.-r 1:
24/06-07/27/06; Clemons, Brenda, District, PT
(3rd job), 05/30/06-08/04/06; Clemons,
':.-nr., TIr ar.- i-cnl i.o.. PT (2nd job), 05/30/
:, :.- .'t-, CI,-.,.T.r-.. Brenda, Transporta-
tion, Bus Driver, 05/30/06-06/29/06; Cloud,
Lillie, WHS; Guidance Counselor, 05/24/06-
08/07/06-Not to exceed 16 days; Dempsey,
Tracy, District, High Risk Specialist, 05/24/06-
06/30/06-Not to exceed 25 hrs; Denmon,
Dorothy, Transportation, Bus Driver, 05/30/06-
06/29/06; Donaldson, Eunice, Pre-K, CDA,
07/03/06-07/27/06; Driggers, Diane, MES,
Teacher, 05/30/06-06/29/06; Dyke, Marcilla,
Transportation, PT Hourly Other, 05/22/06-05/
29/06; Evans, Shari, WHS, Teacher, 05/30/
05-06/29/06; Ford, Linda, Pre-K, Teacher, 05/
24/06-06/29/06; Fort, Mary, District, Staffing
Specialist, 05/24/06-08/07/06-Not to exceed
200 hrs; Franklin, Dennis, Fac/Main, Custo-
dian, 06/19/06-06/30/06; Franklin, Heidi, Adult
Ed/2nd Chance, P/T Instructor, 05/22/06-05/
29/06; Franklin, Vicky, WHS, Teacher, 05/30/
,06-06/15/06; Gauger, Michael, WHS, Teacher,
06/14/06-06/29/06; Gray, Wendy, Prd-K,
Teacher, 07/03/06-07/27/06; Green, Tabitha,
WHS, Teacher, 05/30/06-06/29/06; Green-
wood, Laura, Transportation, Bus Driver
Trainer, 05/22/06-08/11/06; Grigg, Janet,
Transportation, Bus Driver, 05/30/06-06/29/
06; Hanway, William, Transportation, Bus
Driver, 05/30/06-06/29/06; Harrell, Suzanne,
Adult Ed/2nd Chance, Activity Leader, 05/24/
06-08/04/06; Hicks, Cheryl, Pre-K, Teacher,
07/03/06-07/27/06; Hollington, Kasey, WHS,
Teacher, 05/30/06-06/13/06; Holmes, Jollivet,
Pre-K, Paraprofessional, 07/03/06-07/27/06;
Howard, Moses, Transportation, F-P, Hourl,
Other, 05/30/06-06/29/06; Howard, Moses,
Transportation, Bus Driver, 05/30/06-06/29/
06; Johns, Wendy, Food Service,.lod Ser-
vice Worker, 05/30/06-06/22/06; Johnson,
Susan, WHS, Teacher, 05/30/0 06/29/06;
Jones, Sara, District, CareerSpecialist, 05/
24/06-06/30/06-Not to exceedcl'90 hrs;
Kennedy, Ann, WHS, Teacher, 05724/06-06/
06/06; King, Jennie, Transportponri Bus
Driver, 05/30/06-06/29/06; Klees, SCbtt'WHS,
Teacher/Coach, 06/01/06-06/30/06; Kummer,
Sabra, WHS, Teacher, 05/24,25 & 21(06-three
days; Langston, Ramona, Transporation, Bus
Driver, 05/30/06-06/29/06; Lawhon,
Bronislava; WHS, Teacher, 05/30/b6-06/29/
06; Lawhon, Susan, Pre-K, CDA,_f05/24/06-
06/29/06; Locklear, Julia, Food SernAe, Food
Service Manager, 05/15/06-07/27/06; Long,
Cheryl, Fac/Main, Custodian, 05/24/06-06/30/
06; Lowe, Candace, MES, Data Entry Clerk,
05/30/06-08/01/06-Not to exceed 70 hrs;
Manning, Mark, SES, Custodian, 06/01/06-
07/31/06-Not to exceed 303 hrs; Mapes, Jes-
sica, Adult Ed/2nd Chance, Activity Leader,
05/24/06-06/30/06; Marshall, Charles, Adult
Ed/2nd Chance, P/T Instructor, 05/24/06-06/
30/06; McDonald, Rose, CES, Data Entry
Clerk, 07/25/06-08/07/06-Not to exceed 70
hrs; Mitchell, Regina, WMS, Data Entry Clerk,
06/05/06-08/04/06 Not to exceed 70 hrs;
Moses, Suzanne, Food Service, Food Ser-'
vice Manager, 05/30/06-06/22/06; Murphy,
Teresa, WHS, Teacher, 05/30/06-06/06/06;
Musgrove, Karrie, WHS, Teacher, 05/30/06-
06/29/06; Nelson, Simeon, Adult Ed/2nd
Chance, Activity Leader, 05/24/06-08/04/06;
Odiorne, Sharon, WHS, Teacher, 05/30/06-
06/29/06; Ostojich, Maureen, Food Service,
Food Service Worker, 05/25/06-06/15/06;
Parker, Cathy, WHS, Teacher, 05/24, 25 &
26/06-three days; Pearson, Anita, Adult Ed/
2nd Chance, Activity Leader, 05/24/06-08/04/
06; Price, Olive, Adult Ed/2nd Chance, P/T
Instructor, 05/24/06-08/04/06; Randell, Carol,
WHS, Teacher, 06/07/06-06/15/06; Randolph,
Audrey, Food Service, Food Service Man-
Sager, 05/30/06-06/22/06; Ricketts, Juanita,
Food Service, Food Service Worker, 05/30/
06-06/22/06; Robinson, Deloris, Transporta-
tion, Bus Driver, 05/30/06-06/29/06; Ryan,
Rachel, MES, Teacher, 06/12/06-06/29/06;
Salib, Bonny, WHS, Guidance Counselor, 05/
24/06-08/07/06-Not to exceed 16 days;
Scherbarth, Earldean, MES, Teacher, 05/30/


06-06/13/06-Not to exceed 70 hrs; Schipper,
Patricia, Adult Ed/2nd Chance, Public Infor-
mation Spec; 05/24/06-08/04/06; Seber,
Megan, District, Office Assistant, 05/24/06-
08/11/06-Notto exceed 300 hrs; Seitz,.David,
WHS, Teacher, 06/07/06-06/29/06; Simmons,
Sharon, WHS. Guidance Counselor, 05/24/


06-08/07/06-Not to exceed 16 days; Smith,
Pam, WHS, Teacher, 05/30/06-06/29/06;
Stephens, Judy, RMS, Data Entry Clerk, 06/
12/06-07/31/06-Not to exceed 70 hrs;
Strickland, Vicki, District, Transition Special-
ist, 05/24/06-08/07/06; Stubbs, Jessica, MES,
Teacher, 05/30/06-06/13/06; Sujivan, Jean,
Adult Ed/2nd Chance, Data Entry Clerk, 05/
24/06-08/04/06-Not to exceed 70 hrs; Taylor,
Melisa, WHS, Teacher, 06/16/06-06/29/06;
Timmons, Malda, Transportation, Bus Driver,
05/30/06-06/29/06; Tomaini, Denny, WHS,
Dean, 05/24/06-08/07/06-Nof to exceed 294
hrs; Tucker, Janie, WHS, Teacher, 05/30/06-
06/29/06; Vause, Robin, SES, Teacher, 05/
24/06-05/26/06; Walker, Joe, WHS, Teacher,
05/30/06-06/29/06; Wallace, Bob, WHS,
Teacher, 06/19/06-06/29/06; Webster,
Regina, Food Service, Food Service Worker
05/30/06-06/22/06; Webster, Terry, Fac/Main,
Operation Foreman, 06/01/06-06/30/06; Wil-
liams, Toyia, Pre-K, Paraprofessional, 05/24/
06-06/29/06; Wisham, Sharon, Transporta,
tion, P/T Hourly Other, 05/30/06-06/29/06;
Wisham, Sharon, Transportation, Bus Driver,
05/30/06-06/29/06; Withers, Melissa, District,
OPS-Inventory, 05/24/06-06/30/06-Not to
exceed 72 hrs; Withers, Melissa, District,
LATS Specialist, 05/24/06-08/07/06; Wolfe,
Sharon, WHS, Teacher, 07/06/06-08/07/06-
Not to exceed 7.5 hrs; Young, Melinda, Dis-
trict, Staffing Specialist, 05/24/06-08/07/06-
Not to exceed 200 hrs.
3. Approved the following Letters of Res-
ignation:
Patti Lester/effective June 30, 2006
Loretta Crum/effective May 19, 2006
Tyrone Harvey/effective June 30, 2006
Maggie O'Brien/effective May 27, 2006
Amy Mills/effective May 23, 2006
Robert Breon/effective May 30, 2006
Heather Logan/effective June 30, 2006
Polly Bohannon/effective June 30, 2006
Nicole White/effective May 23, 2006
Amanda Bewick Enos/effective April 28,
2006
Jennifer Latham/effective May 18, 2006
4. Approved a Letter of Retirement from
Janet Allen/effective May 31, 2006.
5. Approved the following requests for
Leave of Absence:
Molly Jones/effective August 7, 2006
through September 15, 2006.
James Griffin/effective May 15, 2006
through the 2005-06 school year.
6. Approved Budget Amendments #05/
06-11, 12 & 13.
7. Approved Illness in the Line of Duty.
(See Supplemental File #16.)
8. Approved the Disposal of Equipment.
(See Supplemental File #16.)
9. Approved the May financial statement.
10.ApprovedWarrants #53757-54283 for
payment.
Voting for the motion: Coqk, Evans, Gray,
Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Gray, seconded by Cook to
approve Student Expulsion #05/06-12.
Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans, Gray,
Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Cook, seconded by Scott to
approve the following items under Dr. Irene
Savary/ESE The Elder Care Services, Inc.,
Foster Grandparents Program, the Coopera-
tive Agreement for Hearing Impairment Ser-
vices, the Occupational Therapist Contract,
the 2006-07 Data Management Agreement
with Medicaid.Administrative Claiming Sys-,
tem, the 2006-07 Contract Agreement for
Inter-County Transfer of Exceptional Stu-
dents; and Agreement betweenF.S.U.
Multidisciplinary Center and the Wakulla
County School District for Counseling Ser-
vices at Sopchoppy Educational Center, the
Purchase of Psycho-Educational Evalua-
tions from the F.S.U. Multidisciplinary Cen-
ter, the Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) at
Riversprings Middle School, the North East
Florida Educational Consortium Contract, the
Dick Howser Contract and.the Fh, .-:al
' Trrila .;;l O-,h"li -: I
'rlng lor Iri. rr..<:.l.:.n Ci.oe. E. anz
Gray, Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Gray, seconded by Evans to
approve the Field Trip and Bus Driver's Op-
erations'Handbooks.. .
Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans,
Gray, Scott and Thomas.
'Moved by Cook, seconded by Evans to
approve the PDC Budget Planning and
Resolution/Contract for 2006/07.
Voting for the. motion: Cook, .Evans,
Gray, Scott and Thomas. '
Moved by Evans, seconded by Gray to
approve the Gifted Endorsement Inservice
Program.
Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans,
Gray, Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Scott, seconded by Gray to
approve the revisions to the Organization
and Officers of School Board Policy 2.21 as
advertised.
Voting for the motion: Cook; Evans,
Gray, Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Gray, seconded by Cook to
approve the new Wellness Program Policy
2.95 as advertised.
Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans,
Gray, Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Scott, seconded by Cook to

approve the Dick Howser Teen Parent Pro-
gram Contract for 2006-07.
Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans,
Grav. Scott and Thomas.


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Moved by Gray, seconded by Scott to
approve the Carl D. Perkins Secondary
Grant Application for 2006-07.
Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans,
Gray, Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Evans, seconded by Cook to
approve the Carl D. Perkins Rural and
Sparsely Populated Grant Application for
2006-07.
Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans,
Gray, Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Cook, seconded by Evans to
approve the Adult Education and Family Lit-
eracy Geographical Grant Application for
2006-07.
Voting for the, motion: Cook, Evans,
Gray, Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Gray, seconded by Evans to
approve the Elementary, Middle & High
School Code of Student Conduct and Atten-
dance Policies for 2006-07.
Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans,
Gray, Scott and Thomas. '
Moved by Cook, seconded by.Scott to
approve Mt. Trial P.B. Church to use a school
bus from June 5, 2006 until July 28, 2006
Sfor their Summer Food Site Program.
Voting for the motion: Cook. Evans,
Gray, Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Evans, seconded by Cook to
approve the change in School Board Policy
6.92 Health Insurance Premiums as adver-
tised.
Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans,
Gray, Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Scott, seconded by Gray to
approve revision to the Emergency Disaster
Policy 8.17 for advertising.
Voting forthe motion: Cook, Evans,
Gray, Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Gray, seconded by Scott to
approve the 2005-2006 contract with Rob-
ert P. Jones & Associates to provide consult-
ant services for the Small School District
Council Consortium.
Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans,
Gray, Scott arid Thomas.
Moved by Cook, seconded by Gray to
approve non-certificated personnel for Pre-
K.
S Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans,
Gray, Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Scott, seconded by Gray to
approve the Pre-Kindergarten parent and
teacher handbooks.
Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans,
Gray, Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Gray, seconded by Scott to
approve the Comprehensive Safety Report.
Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans,
Gray, Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Cook, seconded by Evans to
adjourn.
Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans,
Gray, Scott and Thomas.
Superintendent Miller and School Board
approved changing the July board meeting
from Monday July 17 to Tuesday July 18,
2006 at their normal time of 5:30 p.m. Su-
perintendent Miller and the School Board also
approved giving all employees Monday, July
3rd off as they already have Tuesday, July
4th off.
An executive session on issues pertain-
ing to insurance costs and instructional sala-
ries was held immediately after the school
board meeting. Superintendent Miller, the
School Board Members and Assistant Super-
intendent Jimmie Dugger were in attendance.
July 6, 2006


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nationally recognized
correctional health care
program. Come work side by
side with other professional
healthcare staff as a member of
our multidisciplinary team
providing comprehensive
healthcare services to our
inmate/patient population.

Office of Health Services is
currently accepting applications
for a Senior Dentist at
Franklin Correctional
Institution, Carrabelle, FL.
Requires Florida license prior
to hire. For finrher infonnation
contact: Sharon NicKinnme,
R.N., at 850-922-6645.

Experienced Climbers for Tree
Company. $100 to $300 per day
wages, depending upon experience.
984-3300. P29,6,13,20
CDL Drivers Needed
Drivers must have 2 years
experience with dump truck. Call
Roberts Sand Co. (850)627-7263. A
Drug Free Workplace. B29,6

6 Big Bend
rLf n Hospice,
LH the leader in
compassionate
end-of-life care has the
following position available
on our care team:
Home Health Aides/
Certified Nursing
Assistants PRN
Minimum of one (1) year
experience (preferably
home care) Please apply in
person or FAX Resume to
(850) 575-6814.
Attn: Human Resource Dept.
Or mail to: 1723 Mahan
Center Blvd., Tallahassee, FL
32308 EOE/DFWP

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CJIS GROUP, Inc. is accepting applications
for the fulltime position of Research Ana-
lyst in Medart. We are looking for applicants
with professional office experience and
good written, verbal and telephone com-
munication skills. Applicants must have ex-
cellent references and attendance record.
Compensation from 18K to 24K, benefits
include Group Health, 12 leave days per
year plus holidays and 401(K). Please E-
mail resume to: Louise@cjisgroup.com.
629,6

HIRING NOW
Wakulla Sod & Nursery
is seeking drivers and
laborers for landscape
crew. Experience
preferred. Must have
verifiable character and
work references. No
alcohol or drugs. Taking
applications the week of
July 10. Located just
south of Wal-Mart, behind
Petty's BP. 926-1420


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The family of Reginald Louis Canfield
would like to thank everyone for their acts
of kindness during the illness and passing
of Reg. Our special thanks to Big Bend
Hospice for their comforting support.. May
God bless each and everyone of you.
Shirley, Dennis and Kathy Canfield,
Denise and Brian Williams and Families


high. Fixer okay. 656-8252. B6


I Miscellaneous I


This is the list for the shelter animals
up for adoption:

DOGS:
* Boxer, young male.
* CockerSpaniel mix, black and tan.
* Chihuahua, adult.
* Jack Russell.
" Rat Terrier.
T Chihuahua mix.
* Chow mix.
* Hound.
* Yellow Lab.
* Bulldog mixes.
* Many other nice mixes. Come and
take a look.

* PUPPIES:
* Husky mixes, adorable.
* Walker Hound.
" Beagle.
SShepherd/Lab mixes.
* Bulldog mixes.
STerrier mixes, very cute.
* Heeler mixes.
* Catahoula mixes.
* Cocker Spitz.
Adult cats and adorable kittens.

Adoption fees include a deposit for
spaying or neutering and rabies
vaccination. Come see us at #1 Oak
Street, next to sheriff's office. Shelter
Hours: Tues.-Thurs., 10 a.m.-5 p.m.,
Fri. and Sat., 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Closed
Sun. and Mon. 926-0890.
www.chatofwakulla.org. P

Yard Sale

Saturday, July 8, Big Yard Sale-
clothes, kids toys. Moving Items!
Something for Everyone. Wakulla
Shrine Club, 4141 Crawfordville
Hwy., 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. I.Ps
Friday and Saturday, July 7 and 8,
moving till night: 129 Mississippi Ave.,
Panacea Bookshelves, clothes and
miscellaneous. 984-8826. P6


Yard Sale


CONTINUOUS Yard Sale: 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. daily. 100 Stuart Cove off Spring
Creek Hwy. Furniture, Odds and Ends.
926-7861. P22,29,6,13
3 Family-Friday, July 7, 8 a.m.
Household items, toys, football
table, etc. 12 Circle Dr., Crawfordville.
P6
Garage Sale-Saturday July 8, 7:30[
a.m.-1 pm., 191 Pine Lane. Steamer
trunks, solid wood student desks,
basketball goal; solar flex, furniture,
household items and more. P6
SMovingale-Saturday, July 8, 8 a.m.
to Nooqn 27 Brentwood Lane behind
Wakull, Bank, Crawfordville.
Furniture, yard tools and refrigerator.
P7
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Mobile Home-Rent

3BR/21, 14x80 MH, very clean. $650/
'mo., $,650 dep. Credit check,
refererdes. 962-2877, 251-1050. P6


Housing Vouchers
We accept all vouchers
2/2 @ $615
3/2 @ $715
4/2 @ $895,$50 dep.
Pool & Youth Activities
Call 575-6571

2BR/1B SWMH, $500 per month plus
dep. Available August 1. Wakulla,,
Gardens, 50 Croatan Rd. 656-8252.


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4BR/2B gorgeous 2003 house on
largely cleared 5 acres in Wakulla.
$1,150/mo. Move tra;ghti ;r pets oIk
(850)893-'9746, or i850i-145-0759
P6,13,20.27


Real Estate-Sale

LOTS, LOTS, LOTS
We have coastal lots in St. Marks,
Carrabelle, Eastpoint &
Steinhatchee, starting at $45K
Neil, Ryder Realty, Inc.
656-0006. 508-6988. BF

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(850)570-1625. P6
By Owner-5 1/2 cleared acres, 3BR/
2B DWMH, like new, large kitchen,
porch, handicap accessible. Great
floor p*an, north Wakulla Co.,
$189,500. 591-0269 or 926-5813.
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Panacea Mineral springs Several
lots to choose from in fast-growing
coastal area $74,900 each.
OWNER FINANCING: 1998 Clayton,
28'x60', 3BR/2B on 100'x50' lot. 6 6th
Ave., Crawfordville. Take Lower
Bridge Rd. to Rehwinkel Rd., go
straight on Tafflinger Rd. to 6th Ave.
(386)867-0048.. BF
Play golf every day! 3BR/2B at
Wildwood Country Club. $179,000.
Coastwise Realty, Inc., Lynn Cole,
545-8284. BF
REDUCED! 7.77'acres, Lawhon Mill
Rd., 350 ft. road frontage, 1,400 ft.
deep. City water soon. $80,000. 926-
3381., P6,13,20
4BR/2B MH, deck, screen 'porch,
12xi 2 shed, Wakulla Gardens. Owner
finance, with down payment. 926-2611.
TP6


Gorgeous 1.5 acre lot near Shadeville
Elem. on Leslie Circle. Beautiful trees
and mostly clear. City water in place.
Only $44,000. Call (850)443-3300.
P22,29,6


OPEN HOUSE
27 Duncan Dr., Audubon 'Forest.
Tuesday, July 11,2 p.m.-5 p.mn. 3BR/
2B, 2-car garage on over 1/2 acre lot.
Excellent Crawfordville locatFin. Too
many extras to name. Come out and
visit..Broger Real Estate Services, Inc.
(850)878-5589. B6
Compfi letely remodeled 4BR/3B home
in Southwest Tallahassee, located
near Capital Circle and Crawfordville
Hwy. 1,739 sq. ft., $175,900. Call
Rhonda, 322-7466. P6


Alligator Point House- 00 t.to water'
on harbor side. Never has had storm
damage. 2 porches plus sundeck,
3BR/1B. Must see! Asking $270,000.
(850)570-4517. P6,13

Commercial

Nad's Enterprises. Mini-Warehouses
6x6 and up. Hwy. 61 across from
cemetery. Anita Townsend. 926-3151
or 926-5419. BF
Mini-Warehouse Spaces for lease,
8x1 0 and 10x12 now available. Come
by orcallWakulla Realty, 926-5084.BF
Commercial block building fronting on
Hwy. 319 in Sopchoppy. 26'x25'
space, perfect for retail or storage with
adjoining 12'x20' office, CHA, $450
per month. 962-1000. BF


Excellent Investment Property, 9+
acres, 1402 Coastal Hwy., Panacea,
FL. Commercial and/or Residential,
ten (10) families per acre, tax benefits.
Appointment only, (850)984-4950. P6
1,074 sq. ft. Retail Store Front for Rent
in Lewiswood Center, Woodville.
Growing area, convenient to Wakulla
and Leon counties. 421-5039. BF
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Legal Notice


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR WAKULLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA. CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 06-35-FC
UCN: 652006CA000035XXXXXX
FIDELITY BANK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROBERT COSHATT; et al,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
an Order or Summary Final Judgment of fore-
closure dated June 26, 2006, and entered in
Case No. 06-35-FC: UCN: 652006CA-
000035XXXXXX of the Circuit Court in and
for Wakulla County, Florida, wherein Fidelity -
Bank is Plaintiff and.ROBERT COSHATT;
PENELOPE COSHATT; UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT NO. 1; UNKNOWN TENANT NO. 2; and
ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING IN-
TERESTS BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST A NAMED DEFENDANT TO THIS
ACTION, OR HAVING OR CLAIMING TO
HAVE ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST IN
THE PROPERTY HEREIN DESCRIBED, are
Defendants, I will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash in the Front Fpyer of the
Wakulla County Courthouse, 3056 Crawford-
ville Highway, Crawfordville, FL 32327,at
Wakulla County, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the
31st day of August, 2006, the following de-
scribed property as set forth in said Order or
Final Judgment, to-wit:
COMMENCE AT THE NORTHWEST
CORNER OF SECTION 4 (MARKED
BY A CONCRETE MONUMENT),
TOWNSHIP 3 SOUTH, RANGE 1
'EAST, WAKULLA COUNTY,
FLORIDA AND THENCE RUN
SOUTH 89 DEGREES 52 MINUTES
30 SECONDS EAST ALONG THE
NbRTH BOUNDARY OF SAID SEC-
TION 4 A DISTANCE OF 2776.95
'FEET TO A CONCRETE MONU-
MENT ON THE EAST RIGHT-OF-
WAY OF STATE ROAD NO. 363,.
THENCE RUN NORTH 10 DE-
GREES 37 MINUTES 21 SECONDS
WEST ALONG SAID RIGHT-OF-
WAY 560.13 FEET TOA CONCRETE
MONUMENT AND THE POINT OF
BEGINNING. FROM SAID POINT
OF BEGINNING. CONTINUE
NORTH 10 DEGREES 37 MINUTES
21 SECONDS WEST ALONG SAID
RIGHT-OF-WAY 186.71 FEET TO A
CONCRETE MONUMENT, THENCE
RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES 52 MIN-
UTES 30 SECONDS EAST 712.42
FEET TO A CONCRETE MONU-
MENT, THENCE RUN SOUTH 10
DEGREES 37 MINUTES 21 SEC-
ONDS EAST 186.71 FEET TO A
CONCRETE MONUMENT, THENCE
RUN NORTH 89 DEGREES 52 MIN-
UTES 30 SECONDS WEST 712.42
FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING, AND ALSO INCLUDING THE
1992 FLEETCRAFT SINGLE WIDE
MOBILE HOME, VIN NO.
GAFLM07A23784BM, TITLE NUM-
BER' 62422712, RP NUMBER
R0581431.
If you are a person with a disaBiiyt Wh'.i"".
neicj ar a acconrimo Saio in order io, pail,
pate in iThr pro:eearng ,ou are niilled at
o cost to Ou, 10 ine pro. lor. Oi ,:eriar. a .
E;Siar.nce Pluai;- .:oracji r. Coun 31 S0-t9
0905 t ,.'92- rja .09 r. r r,.; Il ok.l..
a ys rl your recipl ci l in,_ r'soli e ,u ae
hern, g or o.o Irrpaaied ic ll Floi ,3 RFlIE t
Service ]t00o ', 5.a-877
DATED at Crawfordville, Florida, on June
26,2006.
BRENT X.'THURMOND
As Clerk, Circuit Court
-s- Erika Harrell
SA Deputy Clerk
SMITH, HIATT & DIAZ P.A.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
P.O. Box 11438 .
Ft: Lauderdale, FL 33339-1438
Phone: (954) 564-0071
July 6, 13,2006

Legal Notice


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR WAKULLA COUNTY FLORIDA
SCae iNo. 06-34.FC.
WAKULLA BANK, a Flondia vr.ik.rg
corporation,
Plaintiff,
v.
BRADLEY K. WYNNE and
MELISA WYNNE, husband and
wife,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIvEI pursusira to
s Fir,3l Judgrrmerni o Foreclosure dalted June
28 2006. entered in C.isl Case No 2006.34.
FC, ot Ire C.rcu.1 Cour ol Ine Secorn Jua.
c.ai Clcuiit n ann lor W3kull& Counr Florida,
wneren Wasulla Barnk l Pla,r.ti, ar,- Brad-'
Icy K. Wynne ana Melisa WVnnre are Defen-
dants, the undersigned will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at the front door of
tre Wakulla Courn Counnc.use Crawford-
vlie. Flonda, at 11 00 rr. E D T. on August
3 2006 the folol .ng aecr.ibeo property as
set forth in ;aid Fdrl JuagTenri o-wit:
Lot 25, Tradewinds,.a subdivision as
per map or plat thereof as recorded
in Plat Book 4, Page 7, of the Public
Records of Wakulla County, Florida
Together' with that certain, boat slip
de.cr;bed a Lol 1 EBloci0 D. MPrins
Village of Par.aces a re.oilaea ir
Pi5l Book .s Page 47. o l ie PuDli
FRiecor& Cof VWauiiB C junr, Flor.,a
Dated ir..s 281r da.y o1 June 2006
BRENT X. THURMOND
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
-s- Erika Harrell
Deputy Clerk
Donna S. Biggins
Florida Bar Nd. 0117196
Mowrey & Biggins, P.A.
515 North Adams Street
Tallahassee, Florida 32301
Telephone: (850) 222-9482
Telecopier: (850) 561-6867
Attorneys for Plaintiff .


1Legal N


THE HEIRS OF ROOSEVELT ALEXANDER
WILSON, WILLIE WILSON AND PEARLIE
MAE WILSON and FERRELLALLEN, and all
unknown natural persons, if alive, and if dead
or not known to be dead or alive, their sev-
eral and respective unknown spouse, heirs,
devisees, grantees, and creditors, or other
parties claiming by and through or under those
unknown natural persons; andthe several and'
respective unknown assigns, successors in
interest, trustees or any other person claim-
ing by, through, under or against any corpo-
ration or other legal entity named as a defen-
dant and all claimants, persons or parties,,
natural or corporate or whoseexact legal sta-
tus is unknown, claiming to have any right,
title or interest in land and to the land herein-'
after described,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: HEIRS OF ROOSEVELT
ALEXANDER WILSON, WILLIE WILSONi
AND PEARLIE MAE WILSON, AND
FERRELL ALLEN, and all unknown natural
persons, if alive, and if dead, or not kfown to
bedead or alive, their several and respective
unknown spouse, grantees and creditors, et
al
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
quiet title has been filed in Wakulla County
Circuit Court on the following parcels of land
in Wakulla County, Florida, to wit:
1. 15 acre Parcel No. 16 3S-01E-000-
05224-000, as described in DB 36, P 175 and
DB 40, P 256 of the Wakulla County Public
Records;
2.2.86 acre Parcel No. 22-3S-01E-000-
05405-000, as described in OR 74 P 645;
3. 4.2 acre Parcel No. 16-3S-01E-000-
05217-000, as described in OR 49, P 942.
You are required to serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses to it, if any, on Attorney Mike
Carter, 3047 Crawfordville.Hwy. Crawfordville,
FL 32327 on or before July 28, 2006 and file
the original with the Clerk of this Court either
before service on Plaintiff's attorney or imme-
diately thereafter; otherwise, a default will be
entered against you for the relief demanded
in the Complaint,
Dated this 30th day of June, 2006.
BRENT X. THURMOND
Clerk of the Court


Services


CPR AND FIRST AID CLASSES
Now Available! Infant/Child and
Adult On-site Instruction. For more
information, call 926-5258 or cell
273-1841. 1 P6,13
Christian mother of 3 will babysit in
my home, ages 0-6, after school
care available.926-6985,728-9062.
P6
MAXINE'S FINE DETAILING
Post Construction Cleaning, 31
years locally owried business. Office
402-0713, Cell 528-6298. PT27
KEVIN'S LAWN CARE
Freel Estimate. No job too big.20
years experience. 926-6347. P29,6
MUNGE'S TREE SERVICE
Professional Work-Affordable
Rates Tree Removal & Trimming
Firewood & Stump Grinding
Full Insured, 421-8104 F
AID.' TOlM t WAIK III A


-s- Erika Harrell HEATING & A/C
Deputy Clerk Maintenance &'Service.
July'6, 13, 206' Gary Limbaugh, 926-5592
FL License No. CAC1814304
S3232 Crawfordville Hwy. BF


Services

Mr. Stump
STUMP GRINDING
Quick Service I
Cellular: 509-8530 F
AAA CONSTANT COMFORT
Air cond. and heating, service and
installation. Free quotes on new
equipment. Trane dealer. We fix all
brands and mobile homes. 926-8999.
RA006672. F


CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION
Foundations, slabs, driveways,
etc., Stan Poole at 251-0189. F


lCasey's

Lawn &

Tree

Service
926-5759
528-3478


FORE CONSTRUCTION &
DESIGN, LLC .
Commercial & Residential
Construction 510-6893
License 4CGC150705 BF
ALL PRO FENCE
Residential-Commercial
Fencing. 519-1416 F
KEITH KEY HEATING AND AIR
Commercial, residential and mobile
homes. Repair, sales, service,
installation/all makes and models. Lie.
No. RA0062516. 926-3546. F


A-1 PRESSURE CLEANING
Free Estimates
Licensed John Farrell
926-5179 F
MSR TRACTOR SERVICE LLC
Free Estimates Affordable Prices
421-7464 or Cell #508-5378 BF
HAROLD BURSE
STUMP GRINDING
S 962-6174 BF
PORTER PAINTING, LLC
Residential/Commercial, New Cons-
truction? Remodeling. Soft Wash/
Pressure Wash. Licensed and
Insured. Free Estimates. (850)519-
0416. BF


Residential

Commercial
Licensed
Insured
Reliable


e-Roofs New Metal Parch
Maurice Herdon
Over 20 Yeors Experience
(850) 962-2437
or (850) 528-3487
Lie. #RC0066773

JERRY'S HOME
REPAIR SERVICE
926-7104 P6


July 6, 13, 2006 BLUE STREAK TRACTOR
SERVICE, LLC
Box Blading, Grading, Bushhogging,
twice Land Clearing. Free Estimates. Call
lc 519-792 or 421-0398. BF


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 04-100-FC
JIMMIE L. WILSON,
Plaintiff,.


Michelle Snow's
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Piano.Voice.Guitar.Strings, etc.
926-7627 F
ANYTIME ELECTRIC
Specializing in repair and service,
residential and commercial, homes
and mobile homes. 24-hour service.
Mark Oliver, ER0015233. 421-3012.
F


VINCENT J. TRELTAS, LLC
Production Painter
New' Construction, Repaint, Faux
Painting, Concrete Acid Staining.
Licensed & Insured, Workman's
Comp., 210-4317. PT27.

REVELL WELL &
PUMP REPAIR
We stock water pumps, electric
motors and 'parts: Complete ins-
tallatioh and repair services. 962-
3051. F.


ROOSTERS
thrift Store and Antiques
Open Thursday, Friday and
Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
3 miles north of Crawfordville
926-2580 a1

JIMBO'S HOME
IMPROVEMENTS
Interior, exier;or repairs-bottom/top.
Homes, mobile homes, boats, car-
ports, porches. Roofing, installation
on floors,, carpet, ceramic tile and
linoleum, wallpaper, blinds, leaks,:
windows. Clean outside roof, kool
seal, painting, vinyl siding and
pressure washing. (850)524-5462.
SBF


JEFFREY C. REED. LLC
Honest, Reliable, Dependable.
Pressure Washing, Painting, Wood
Rot Repairs and More. Call for your
Free Eshtmale today. Call Jeff, 421-
2425. ,P7/06


Signs To9 Fit

Any Budget~f


DE$DE SIGN.
926-2211
1616 Crawfordville Hwy.
North Pointe Center

SUNRISE, LLC
Home Maintenance and Repair. Pre-
Sale, Make Ready, Wood Rot,
Drywall, Wood Flooring, Deckand
Interior Painting. (850)294-1883
PT7/06
TIM HOUCK'S
HOME IMPROVEMENTS
Interior and Exterior Remodeling
Barns, Decks, Pergola
30 years experience.
License #3538
(850)926-2027 or cell 570-0480 BF


RODDENBERRY ENTERPRISES
Full service Lawn & Yard Maintenance,
Pressure Washing, Stump Grinding, Resi-
SdentialCommercial, Free Estimates. 694-
3352.0wner/Operator, Robert Roddenberry.
PT/31
MULLINS CLEANING SERVICE
Residential, Office, New Construction
Licensed and Insured. Call 491-2391.
P29,6


BACK FORTY TRACTOR
SERVICE
Bushhogging, Landscaping,
Driveways. Free Estimates.
Larry Carter- Owner/Operator,
Licensed/insured. Mob. 694-7041.Home
925-7931. P29,6
PAINTING
Interior/Exterior
Residential/Commercial
Pressure Washing
Billy Roddenbery
962-4271 BF
TOMMY HICKS, LLC
NewConstruction-Repairs,
Remodeling-Additions. Quality work
at affordable prices. Insured and
Licensed. Free Estimate. 926-8392,
251-1528. BF

Say You Saw It

In The News


For Sale


$150 BED-QUEEN PILLOW.TOP
Mattress Set with Warranty, ALL NEW
in plastic, can deliver. 222-7783. BF
A BRAND NEW KING PILLOWTOP
Mattress Set: $250 in sealed plastic,
with warranty. Can Deliver. 425-8374.
BF
BED-CHERRY SLEIGH BED (Solid
Wood) NEW IN BOX, $250. 222-2113.
S'' BF ,
Bed-A New FULL brand name
MATTRESS & BASE in plastic with
warranty, $120. 545-7112. BF
BEDROOM SET-A KING BED, chest,
TV Armoire, 2 Nightstands, Brand
New, Still Boxed. Suggested Retail
$3,500, Sacrifice $1,000. Can Deliver.
222-9879. :".. BF
-BEDROOM: Brand new 6 piece set,
COMPLETE. ALL NEW i'f boxes,
$550. 222-7783. BF
COUCH + LOVESEATIMICRO-
SFIBER, Stain Resistant, AtL NEW,
Lifetime Warranty, Can Deliver.
Suggested Retail $1,250, Sell $475.
425-8374. BF




Coastal Consignment

Furniture

Looking for Furniture!
New* Gently Used
Find It ~ Sell It
2481 Crawfordville Hwy.

926-8765


Couch & Loveseat: BRAND NEW
LEATHER still wrapped, lifetime
warranty, can deliver. $1,900 sug-
gested-list, must sell $795. Delivery
available. 545-7112. BF
DINING ROOM: Beautiful NEW table,
6 chairs and china cabinet. Suggested
retail $1,800, sell $850, still boxed, can
deliver. 222-2113. BF
HABITAT RE-STORE
Abundance of bedding, sleeper sofas,
computers, interior/exterior doors,
vwindowijscreens, fiberglass shower
units and light fixtures. Open Tuesday
thru Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.,'940
Shadeville Hwy. (Hwy. 61), 926-4544.
BF
1999 Chevrolet, 1 ton crew cab diesel.
Also, 2 houseboats. For more info-
rmation, call 524-5462 after 6 p.m.BF
YOU PICK/WE PICK
OKRA
RAKER'S FARM, 926-7561 BF
Stuff for '05 Chevy 2500 HD, 6ft..bed
bedliner, $100. Factory rims, tires,
caps $600. Aftermarket rims, tires,
caps, $600. Late model Tacoma, 6 t.
bed bedliner, $100. '88-'98 Chevy
class 3 receiver hitch, $100. '95
Honda 300, 4x4, lots of new parts to
list, runs great, $2,300. Mini Chopper'
scooter, 5.5 B&S motor, $650. Mikey
591-9171. Everything must go! P29,6.


1996 Chevy Cheyenne 1500, V8,
automatic extended cab. Body great
shape, engine needs work. $1,800
"as is" Call Bill, 926-2368. P29.6


1994 S-10 Blazer. 1979 F-100 2W
drive. 4 Wheeler, Big Bear 400. Ski
Boat, 150 hp. 519-1159 or 984-5562.
SP29,6
Antique mahogany dresser, wicker
'bar chairs and various great items at
the Consignment Shop in Lirda's
Beauty Salon near sheriff's office.
926-7686. B29.6
A/C package unit, 5 ton, electric heat.
$1,000. (850)984-4739. P6'
GRAIN FED BEEF
Half or Whole, Cutand Wrapped to
your specifications, $2.49/lt..,Raker
Farm, 926-7561. B613
Beds-2 twin captain beds, solid oak,
500 both, $300 each, e*pellent
condition. 1 twin mattress, $20. 1 full
size bed foundation $30. Cargo
Carrier, One 3/4" trailer hitch carrier,
used very little, like new, $80 obo.
926-4779. P6
22 ft. 1984 Cobia Triton 228 Cuddy
Cabin. 1997, 175 hp., Mercury:
outboard motor with low hours, recent
canopy. Price includes VHF GPS,
radio, rods, lures, portable toilet and
safety equipment. No trailer. Located
atAlligator Point Marina. $3,800 bbo.
349-2150 or 228-4660,9 a.m.-9. p.m.
P6,13
29 hp. Branson tractor with trailer, 5
ft. front bucket, heavy duty box blade,
other implements. Full drive train
warranty. Comes with 94 Ford F250,
mechanically sound. All for $16,500
or sell separately. Call (850)984-
4950. P6

Help Wanted


Need immediately-professional house
painters, individual hourly painter or
subcontractors. Call Billy Roddenberry
962-4271 or 228-5552. BF
Experienced Short Order Cook and
Prep needed as soon as possible.
Apply in person, Riverside Cafe in St.
Marks or Riverside by the Bay in Shell
Point. 925-5668 or 926-4499. BF


I Help Wanted


TALLAHASSEE
COMMUNITY

y2 COLLEGE

Help Wanted
LEARNING CENTER
COORDINATOR
CS4LCC02
$35,917-$41,664 annually
Academic Support Program
Writing Center
Closing 7/10/06 at 5pm

ASSISTANT TO THE
VICE PRESIDENT
CS4AVP02
'$37,713 $43,747, annually
Academic Affairs
Closing 7/10/06 at 5pm

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LEARNING CENTER
SPECIALIST
CS4LCS05
(3/4 time)
$21,106 $24,483 annually
Academic Support Program
S Reading Center
Closing 7/10/06 at 5pm

DIRECTOR, WORKFORCE
PROGRAMS &
CONTINUING EDUCATION
OPERATIONS
MP7WAE01
$56,307 minimum
Economic Workforce Develop-
ment
Open until tilled, ho\ enter
consideration ma\ not be gien
to applications rece\ ed after
7.28 06

OFFICE ASSISTANT I
CS40A101
Typing ability
must:be demonstrated
at-the time of application
$18,140- $21,043 annually
Counseling Dept.
Closing 7.17,06 at 5pm

STAFF ASSISTANT I
CS4SA118
Typing ability,
must be demonstrated
at the time of application
$21,000 $24,360 annually
Counseling Dept.
Closing 7/17,06 at 5pm

STAFF ASSISTANT I
CS4SA115
Typing ability
must be demonstrated
at the time of application
$21,000 $24,360 annually
History & Social Sciences
Closing 7/17/06 at 5pm

(Search continues)
OFFICE ASSISTANT II
CS-OA2011
ST ping ability
must be demonstrated
at the time of application
$18,140 $21,043 annually
Human Rescources
Closing 7/17/06 at 5pm

The following vacancies
are fiscal year contracted

PROGRAM ASSISTANT
GR000472
25,000-,0030K000 annually
A high school diploma or
equivalent and t\o 12) \ears
of marketing, commurcauons,
and/or other related experience
College course% ork can
subsutute at a rate of thirty 1,30),
semester hours, forty-five
(45) quarter hours or 720
classroom hours for each year
of the required expenence. :
%25.000 $30,000 annually
DOH'Graphics & Marketing
Closifig 7/17/06 at 5 pm

HUMAN RESOURCES
COORDINATOR
GR000216
$60,000 annually
College Center for
Library Automation
Closing 7/17/06 at 5 pm

Visit the College's website at'
HYPERLINK "http://www.
tcc.fl.edu" wwW.tcc.fl.edu for
position details, employment.
application, and application
process. For ADA accommoda-
tions notify Human Resources;
l85() 201-8510, fax 201-8489,
TDD 201-8491 or FL Relay 711.
:Submit mandatory Tallahassee
Community College employment
application to Human Resources
TCC, 444 Appleyard Dr., Talla-
liassee, FL 32304-2895; or email
HYPERLINK "mailto:humres@
tcc.fl.edu" humres@tcc.fl.edu..
Human Resources hours 8 A.M.
- 5 P.M., Mon Fri. TCC will be
closed 7/4/06.

An Equal Opportunity/
Affirmative Action Employer


EXPERIENCED MORTGAGE PROFES-
ISIONALS: Hourly wage plus generous
production bonuses. Call 888-483-
0031x86198 for recorded message with
more information. BF
Fulltime Classroom Aide to work in
a 4K classroom as an assistant to
teacher. Call Wakulla Christian School
at 926-5583. for application and
appointment. BF


SHelp Wanted



Senior Registered
Nurse Supervisor
Work side by side with other
heal care professionals-
Accepting applications for
the Nurse Supervisor
position located at Franklin
Correctional Institution,
located on Highway 67
North, Carrabelle, Florida.


Excellent State of Florida
Benefit Package
immediately available.
45,000-47,780 & benefits.
Salary negotiable based on
education and experience.
,Contact: Sharon McKinnie,
R.N,, at 850-922-6645 or
e-mail: mckinnie.sharon@
mail.dc.state.fl.us S

Hookwrecked Henry's-needs ex-
perienced daytime dishwasher and
fulltime experienced oyster shucker,
flexible hours. Must be dependable.
Contact Mary at 984-5544. BF
Drivers
Call! Start! Earn! Driver FREE
Health Ins.! Great Benefits & Pay!
CDL-A, 1 year Tractor Trailer
Experience Req. 800-256-6691.
P29,6
HIRING


FAMILY SERVICE WORKER
Wakulla County Head Start

North Florida Child Development, Inc. is
currently accepting applications from
qualified persons for the following posi-
tion: Family Service Worker.

Preferred Credentials: Basic computer lit-
eracy and database skills. Proficient use
of Windows based programs. Associate
degree in human services fieid or a high
school diploma wilh a minimum of two
years successful work e. per;ence in hu-'
man services DFWP/MFi7-4/EOE

North Florida Child Developement, Inc.
Attn: Sebrina McGill
P.O. Box 38, Wewahitchka, FL 32465
Faxt850)639-4173,
Sebnna @headsta nnt org
(850)639-5080 ext 10 86,13
UTILITY WORKER
Veolia Water North America, contract op-
erator of Wakulla County Public Works,
is now accepting applications for an OPS
Utility Worker in the Road & Bridge De-
partment. A CDL Driver's License is pre-
ferred oui not necessary Starting salary
is negotiable with experience.

Applications are available at the Veolia
Waier Office. 340 Tnce Lane, Room 201,
Crawloraville. FL 32327. Position is open
until filled.

E.O.E. M/F/DN

WE CONDUCT APPLICANT DRUG
TESTING. B6,13
.Tired of the drive and expense to work in
Tallahassssee? Save gas! Work in your
county. Wanted: RN's, LPN's and CNA's.
Shift: 3 p.m.-11 p.m.:or 11 p.m.-7 a.m.
Competitive wages/health insurance!! Fax
resume to 926-4104, c/o Pam or come in
and apply at Eden Springs Nursing and
Rehab., 4679 Crawfordville Hwy. in
Medartor call926-7181. P6
Drivers: Owner Operators
77.5% of Revenue
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State Sen. David Aronberg Addresses Crowd


Democrats Have A Fundraiser


By WILLIAM SNOWDEN
Of The Wakulla News
About 100 local Democrats
and guests turned out for a $50
a plate fundraiser last week to
hear State Sen. David Arohberg
(D-West Palm Beach) and Rep.
Loranne Ausley (D-Tallahassee).'.
Aronberg, who heads the
Florida Mainstream Democratic
Alliance, presented the local
party with a $500 check at the
event, held Thursday, June 29
at the Wakulla Senior Citizens
Center.
Aronberg told the crowd
that Republican party members
have focused on small counties,
building up the party from the
grassroots level. Florida Demo-
crats, meanwhile, have tended
to ignore rural areas of the
state, Aronberg said, counting
on South Florida Democrats to
carry elections.
When Democratic presiden-
tial nominee John Kerry visited
Florida during the 2004 elec-
tion, he went only to locations
from Tampa south, ignoring
North Florida.
The strategy, Aronberg said,
has failed the party. And the
Florida Mainstream Democrats
organization is an effort to rem-
edy the problem by reaching
out to rural party members and
trying to help Democratic can-
didates in swing seats.
Aronberg, the youngest state


senator at age 35, was elected
to the Florida Senate four years
ago after making a name for
himself as an assistant attorney
general who headed a fraud
prosecution against the Jamai-
can psychic Miss Chloe, who
Starred in numerous late-night
TV infomercials and was,
Aronberg said, "neither Jamai-
Scan, nor a psychic."
He was able to parlay the
attention of that work into po-
litical capital to win election in
an overwhelmingly Republican
district.
Rep. Ausley told the crowd
that for too long Democrats
have let Republicans frame the
political debate.
"Faith, family and patriotism
are no more Republican values
than they are Democratic val-
ues," Ausley said. "Those are
American values."
While noting the potential
divisiveness of U.S. Sen. Hillary
Rodham Clinton (D-NY) and
that "she may not be the kind
of person to bring to Wakulla
County," Ausley quoted Sen.
Clinton as saying that Demo-
crats have not succeeded in
beating the far right of the Re-
publican party because Demo-
crats have splintered them-
selves into left, center and right
wings.
Rep. Curtis Richardson (D-
Tallahassee) attended the


fundraiser. but did not speak.
Rep. Will Kendrick (D-
Catrabelle), who represents
Wakulla County, sent his re-
grets for not being able to at-
tend.
U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson (D-
Florida) sent a video urging
Democrats to stick together.
State Sen. Rod Smith, a
Democratic candidate for gov-
ernor., sent a campaign video
in which he insisted that
Democrats win when they cam-
paign on their issues econom-
ics, health care and education.
Graham Glover, Sen. Smith's
son-in-law and a Lutheran min-
ister, attended the fundraiser
on behalf of Smith.
Jim Petley, an aide to U.S.
Rep. Jim Davis, the other Demo-
cratic candidate for governor,
apologized for the congress-
man's absence, but said Davis
was in Washington with other
members of the Florida delega-
tion trying to forestall a pro-
posal to allow offshore oil drill-
ing in the Gulf of Mexico.
Local Democratic candidates
also were given an opportunity
to speak.

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