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Letters To The Editor
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Our 111th Year, 34th Issue


Thursday, August 24, 2006


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Serving Wakulla County For More Than A Century


Still Pickin' After All These Years


By KEITH BLACKMAR,
OfTheWakulla News
The employees at the Wakul-
la County Senior Citizens Center,
have a little bigger smile and
more bounce in their step on
Tuesday and Fridays. Those
are the days when the senior
citizen center hosts the "Pickin'
and Grinnin'" band.
The band is composed of a
handful of senior citizen musi-
cians between the ages of 70
and 95 who get together at the
center twice each week to "jam"
for two hours.
Some of Wakulla County's
older residents fill the dining
room to listen, cap and dance to
the tunes from the local band.
Nearly all of the members
are from Wakulla County, but
the Pickin' and Grinnin' crew
doesn't spend time practicing
together. They drive to the
senior center on play days and
tune up for a few minutes before
taking their place behind the
microphones.
The musical crew includes
Jerry Peck, Arlan Bowen. Guy
Hogan, Frank Newman, Roger
Walton, Esther Pelt, Gene Moss-
er, Roy Todd, David Batson.
S Waltei Rinkel. Mel Goffinet.
Dave Bateman, Dick Blckford.
Gene Thaxton and sometimes
others.
Some of the Tuesday and
Friday play days include as few
as five musicians while others,
particularly Fridays, include as
many as 20 musical seniors.
"It started out as a jam ses-


Dee And Mel Goffinet
Dance To The Music
sion," said Roger Walton as he
tuned his banjo. "Now we have
microphones and everything."
"We put on a show," New-
man said as he practiced his
mandolin. Empty musical instru-
ment cases dotted the landscape
at the senior center as each
musician finished tuning up and
entered the dining area.
One of the few women to
show her talent, Esther Pelt
practiced her harmonica while
Mosser fiddled with his fiddle
and Goffinet. dressed with his
performance hat. played his
bass.
"We've had a very good
response,' Newman said. "We
do more for our seniors than
Leon County does. On Fridays.
we get really good crowds. We
do different stuff and learn
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Photos By Lynda Kinsey

Above, Walter
Rinkel Jams
On His Guitar
With the Group
Pickin' And
Grinnin'



At left, Pickin'
And Grinnin'
Perform At The
Senior Center


Hearing

Dates Set

To Discuss

Water Plant
Ruth and D.P. High and Sid-
ney Gray will soon be submitting
a large-scale Comprehensive Plan
Future Land Use amendment for
the proposed Wakulla Springs
Bottled Water Company plant in
the Shadeville community.
But first the applicants are
planning to hold two, three-hour
long public meetings to share
their plans for the project with
the public.
Wakulla County Commis-
sioners won't be conducting the
meetings, but they were asked
Monday, Aug. 21, to approve the
public hearing dates on Tuesday,
Oct. 3, and Tuesday, Oct. 10;
from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. each
night. Board members did not
reveal where the meetings will
take place.
The local public meetings will
follow a Thursday, Aug. 24, hear-
ing in front of the Northwest
Florida Water Management Dis-
trict. Water district officials must
approve a request from the ap-
plicants to pump 70,900 gallons
of water per day at the site.,
Attorney James Allison De-
Foor II, representing the Highs,
Gray and the water project,
circulated an e-mail with details
about the public hearing format
through Commissioner Ed Brim-
ner. Brimner and Commissioners
Please turn to Page 23


Lewis Trial

Opens With

Emotional

Testimony

The trial of a man charged
with kidnapping a 12-year-old
Panacea girl in 2004 and running
away with her to Georgia got
under way this week.
Raymond Lewis, 33, faces
life in prison plus 60 years if
convicted of the kidnapping and
lewd and lascivious charges. A
six-person jury plus an alternate
was selected on Monday, Aug.
21, and the trial began on Tues-
day, Aug. 22, with opening state-
ments from the attorneys.
Assistant State Attorney Jack-
ie Fulford, who is prosecuting
the case, went through the time-
line of events in her opening to
jurors, noting that Lewis was a
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Inside
This Week
Almanac Page 13
Business..................... Page 16
Church Page 4
Classifieds................. Page 20
Comment & Opinion.. Page 2
Crossword Puzzle.......Page 21
Outdoors..................... Page 12
People Page 6
Sheriff's Report.......... Page 19
Sports Page 10


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8


Teachers' Salaries Rise


Above Leon County's


By William Snowden
Of The Wakulla News
Wakulla County teachers
will receive a significant pay
increase this year, one that puts
them above the salaries paid by
neighboring Leon County.
Teachers ratified the con-
tract by a vote of 314 to four
several weeks ago. The contract
increases the starting salary for
a teacher with a bachelor's de-
gree to $33,000 this year a 10
percent increase over last year's
starting salary of $30,000.
Teacher's salaries top out at
$52,700 for a teacher with 24
years experience and a master's
degree. A teacher with a doctor-
ate would earn more;
The Wakulla County School
Board approved the teachers'
contract unanimously at the
meeting on Monday, Aug. 21.
It provides an average pay
increase to teachers of 7.64
percent. The school board also
approved a salary schedule
for administrative and non-
instructional personnel, which


Downtown
The Florida Department
of Community Affairs (DCA)
will provide the county grants
department with a $15,000
grant to conduct a new round
of visioning workshops in the
Crawfordville area.
The first phase of the vi-
sioning included a concep-
tual master plan for downtown
Crawfordville. The purpose of
the plan was to create a true
downtown area; curb sprawl;
and promote economic develop-
ment within the Crawfordville
downtown, said Wakulla Grants
and Special Projects Coordinator
Pam Portwood.\
The second set of workshops
will allow residents to examine


includes an average increase of
7.53 percent.
Insurance costs were up,
Assistant Superintendent for
Finance Jimmie Dugger told the
school board, with the district
picking up.94 percent of the
increase'
Dugger said that of the 25
steps on the: teachers' pay
schedule; for those with a bach-
elor's degree, 15 are higher than
Leon County. For a teacher with
a master's, Wakulla is higher.
With a teacher shortage
throughout the state as a result
of the constitutional amend-
ment on classroom size, school
districts have responded with
higher salaries in an effort to
attract more teachers. Wakulla
brought in several established
teachers from Leon County
this year with the district's
reputation for quality as well as
proposed pay increases.
In the non-instructional pay
schedule, the starting salary for
a para-professional, or teacher's
aide, is $10,800 for a high school


diploma, $11,300 with a para-
professional certificate, and
$11,800 with an associate's
degree.
The annual salary for a bus
driver starts at $7.200 and goes
up to $16.380 for a driver with
35 years of service. The pay is
calculated at a four-hour day.
Substitute teachers with an
associate's degree are paid $9 an
hour under the schedule, those
with a bachelor's are paid $9.50.
and an advanced degree is paid
$10 an hour.
In another matter, the
school board set a special meet-
ing for Sept. 27 at3 p.m. to meet
with representatives from the
Southern Association of Col-
leges and Schools (SACS) about
district accreditation.
The school board has moved
its regular meeting next month
to Sept. 11 to coincide with the
budget schedule.
The board will approve its
millage and budget at that meet-
ing as well as take up regular
agenda items.


'Vision'To Be Studied


the conceptual master plan in
more detail; create a downtown
Crawfordville steering commit-
tee of business owners in the
area; and conduct periodic meet-
ings with county staff and the
steering committee members
prior to the workshops.
Portwood said the money
will become available in Sep-
tember. On Monday, Aug. 21, the
county commission approved a
resolution and budget amend-
ment accepting the funds.
Commissioner Howard Kes-
sler asked a rhetorical question
of how the already-conducted
visioning process has helped
the county. He added that 70
percent of residents questioned


in a recent survey indicated that
the natural beauty of the county
is being destroyed. Commis-
sioners haven't been following
the desires of residents who
have participated in past vision-
ing meeting, he added.
Commissioner Ed Brimner
said the end product of the vi-
sioning should be "hard plans
on how Wakulla County will
grow" not another survey.
He suggested a bike trail from
downtown Crawfordville to
the proposed new community
center on Fulton Harvey Road
to allow children to bicycle to
the center off the dangerous
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Ahrendt Seeks


Appraiser
"I was destined to live and
work here," said Anne Ahrendt,
47, when announcing her can-
didacy for the office of Wakulla
County Property Appraiser, add-
ing that she met her husband,
Kurt, in St. Marks after a fishing
trip.
"I have always loved Wakulla
County, it's where my family has
gone for more than 150 years
to work and enjoy themselves,"
she said.
Ahrendt pointed to her edu-
cation, work history and nearly
two years' experience in produc-
ing the Wakulla County Assess-
ment Roll as her major qualifi-
cations to be returned to office.
She also has a background in
real estate, finance and office
administration.


Post


Anne Ahrendt
"It is not enough to know
how to produce a tax roll or to
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Comment &Opinion

Established in Wakulla County in 1895


Our Opinion


Posey's: A Treasure Lost At Sea


Restraint Needed


In Budget Time,
0 OBOS I


Last year's flooding from
the storm surge brought on by
Hurricane Dennis caused plenty
of damage to coastal property.
Most property owners have re-
covered from their losses.
Two businesses that were


Some of the most unwanted mail Wakulla County hard hit by the flooding were
property owners receive each year came in the mailboxes amorg Wakulla County's most
this week. The Truth In Millage (TRIM) notices, which tell famous restaurants: Angelo's on
taxpayers how deep into their pockets the taxing authori- Ochlockonee Bay and Posey's
-ties want them to dig, have arrived. Oyster Bar in St. Marks,
i The notices rarely give taxpayers good news. And the Both have been given an
impact of higher taxes will create even more discomfort unofficial recognition as local
this year, with soaring gasoline prices which translates institutions. Both also have
to higher food prices as well as higher interest rates. been credited with bringing a
Times are tough all over. lot of money into the county
Government officials face some of the same challenges from tourists. .
at work as everyone faces at home. They have budgets to At ths point, Angelo's is
Sin the process of rebuilding,
meet and bills to pay. The major difference is that public Oner neo Petrandis has
.officials can pass along the expenses to the taxpayers vwedtosavepartofthebuild-
-when they need a little extra cash. .o. in as a link t t he past uile
Like the circle of life, the taxing authorities the he builds a newer and taller
-Wakulla County Commission,; school board, City of St. structure.
Marks and Northwest Florida Water Management District, Angelo's was built 'in 1948
churn out new operating budgets each year. by George Petrandis, Angelo's
SWhile the school board is accommodating additional father. Back then, when Wakulla
students each year as well as state mandates on class County was dry, having the
sizes, the board and financial staff have been able to hold
down some of the costs of education. .A .- -n" C
SSchool district officials have proposed a total millage I j C
of 8.352, which is down slightly from the 8.707. adopted ,
last year. Taxpayers with appraised property values that Editor. The News:
are similar to last year could actually pay less school taxes Election day to determine
this year since the state-required local effort and debt our school board members is
service villages have been reduced., Tuesday, Sept. 5. Please go to
SThe more property owners who pay school taxes, the te polls and te for Debbie
... .... .. .1Miles. Debbie and her family
Aess each individual taxpayer is required to pay under the have been campaign hard,
have been campaigning hard,
state-required local effort line item. In that case, growth but it's a monumental task to
-is actually helping to pay school costs. m .eet and get to know all of'you
Unfortunately, the county commission does not have before election day. So I would
~~ci av bef *. elcto day Sol would, '.. *i ,,*'


-a similar mechanism. like to introduce you to Debbie
SThe total county village last year was 8.25, and board Miles through this letter.
members have set their tentative millage at 9.0 for this Debbie is an incredibly kind
year. Some board members have expressed a desire to and' caring person. She has
-reduce the millage, but there are no guarantees. If this always put children 'first. She:
year's budgeting process has shown us anything, it is how made the decision to be a stay
growth is putting more demands on our constitutional at home mom until the last of
"officers than ever before. her three little girls reached
Of the five constitutional officers sheriff, supervisor school age. .....
,of elections, clerk of the court, tax collector and property, We a know how hard it is
appraiser only one is seeking a budget increase of less justo iake eids meet with
b.I.both parents waorksingrso her
%than 14.6 percent. The property appraiser is negotiating both parent working. so her
%with the County Commission to reduce her increasefamily has been through some
from 6.2 percent to 4.4 percent. Her budget is just under leanv tough tlmes. but they
$950000. never lacked for love, guidance
$950000.and encouragement.
The sheriff is seeking nearly $10 million, an increase of d e oug ed the live
She has touched the lives
16.6 percent, while the tax collector wants an increase of and gained the love of many
17.4 percent with a budget of more than $626,000. ch-ildren in bur school system
The supervisor of election's budget increase request is through her hours of volunteer
14.6 percent, with a budget of nearly $400,000. The clerk of work. She was there cheerfully
the court is seeking a 19.3 percent increase in his finance assisting and encouraging per-
budget, which is $336,000. The clerk's total budget is an haps your own child when the
estimated $1.4 million when the court system and.fees boss wouldn't let you take time
re thrown into the picture; Commissioners only control to volunteer.
purse strings for the finance portion of his office. Debbie is a valuable asset to
The volunteer firefighters do an outstanding job help- teachers. She is the volunteer
ing their fellow residents and giving their time freely. you teachers would go to "fist
However, the VFD is seeking' almost $1.1 million, or a city" for. Debbie was one who
144 percent increase in funding. Board members.are also helped you grade, sort, fileF
looking at increasing the Municipal Service Benefit Unit or staple the piles of paper-
(MSBU) special assessment for fire from $35 to as much work. She put up those bulletin
ps $90-per year.
;: The constitutional officers ahd volunteer firefighters do C an : ge
the bestjob they can with what they have, but taxpayers d I i
can't be asked to shoulder all of this burden. Not all at Editor, The News:
once. While state mandates and wildly out of control in- I'd like to take a moment to
surance premiums must be paid, a more gradual increase' express a few thoughts and per-
in funding to county offices and firefighters should be sonal feelings about my good
in order friend, Rebecca (Becky) Cook.
Residents are urged to become involved in the process I've known Becky for nearly
the TRIM notices provide public hearing information five years and have thoroughly
and question where their hard-earned cash is going, enjoyed our sincere and ever-
SWe're sure the folks at our local taxing authorities would building friendship. I met Becky
do the very same thing with their home budgets. when my husband, children arid


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Editor & General Manager: Ira Schoffel
Reporter: Keith Blackmar
Reporter: William Snowden
Office Manager: Lila Strickland
Advertising Manager: Tammie Barfield
Advertising Sales/Photographer: Lynda.Kinsey
Graphic Artists: Eric Stanton & Cheryl Shuler
Circulation Manager: Layla McMillan
Typesetter: Jessie Maynor
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All subscriptions to The Wakulla News become due and
payable one year from the time the subscription is purchased.
In County $25, Out of County $30
Out of State $35, Out of Country on Request
A,


i joined CarawaordviUe First Bap-
tist Church, where she, among
others, made my family feel
welcome and comfortable.
Becky'and I work closely to-
gether as part of the Children's
I Ministry Team there, and I am
always amazed to see how she
uses the gifts God has given
her to express,love toward chil-
dren,


Becky's love for the children
in our community naturally
spills over into her role as vol-
unteer and as a Wakulla County
School Board member. For
her, there is no job too small
or insignificant when it comes
to our children's education,
Becky dedicates much of her
time working individually with
children so that each child
walks away with a true feeling
of having been cared about by
someone.


Comment

William Snowden
restaurant over the water put
it out of Wakulla's jurisdiction.
Later, the restaurant was known
as Favors, and in 1984, Angelo
bought out his brothers and
opened the restaurant as his
own.
After the storm damage,
Angelo made plans to rebuild.
When told that the current
building code for that area re-
quires structures to be 17 feet
off the ground, he went another
three feet in an effort to fend off
future storm damage.
"I don't want t: be in the'
water anymore," Angelo Pe-
trandis said last year. "I've had
enough of the water. Water is
for boats."
It's a different story for
Pbseys.
That building is coming
down without anything neces-


sarily going back up to replace
it.
After condemning the build-
ing as unsafe, and despite the
best efforts of owners Daphne
Beckham and John Gunter
to make some sort of go of
the business including at.
one point having an open-air
grill across the way at the old
Fisherman's Net the county is
on the verge of seeking bids to
have Posey's demolished.
The day after the flooding,
Poses had signs posted on' it
that it was unsafe,
After Beckham and Gunter
submitted a plan from an en-
gineer who proposed adding
some structural bracing to sup-
port the building as a temporary
measure so it could re-open,
county Building Official John
Ross performed another inspec-
tion and found, among other
problems, that the studs in the
building's walls were rotted by
past flooding and needed to be
replaced.


That, Ross determined, was
more than mere repairs. Accord-
ing to Florida Building Code,
any structure in a flood zone
that suffers more than 50 per-
cent damage must be rebuilt to
current building code.
For Beckham and Gunter,
that was apparently more than
they could manage.
Posey's has signs posted on
it that indicate the property is
for sale.
Meanwhile, John Ross is
checking with the county attor-
ney on what procedures need to
be followed for the demolition
of the building.
Hopefully, whoever buys the
property will put up a building
that while meeting; current
.building code also evokes
the character of the old place, a
time-worn but comfortable little
restaurant in a fishing village
called St. Marks.

William Snowden is a
Wakulla News reporter.


'ares More For Kids water Plant
more .,.Fr Kids,-,


Letters ,-
Sboards, made A.R. tests; chaper-
oned field trips and tied little
shoelaces even knowing why
some of them were "wet."
Debbie would gladly and
accurately do these tasks, but
her big heart grew even bigger
when you let her work directly
with the children! She spent
many hours assisting students
on reading in small groups or in-
dividually. Sometimes I thought
her big heart was going to break
when she encountered a child
struggling with reading, but
that just made her give more
encouragement and support.
Debbie helped the admin-
istrators in the schools with
proctoring tests, vision/hearing
screenings, book fairs, fundrais-
ers and the sticky "sno cone


duty" for raffle sales.
She aided with the astro-
nomical job of moving and
setting up a kindergarten class-
room from the old Crawfordville
school to the new building in
the middle of the year during
Thanksgiving break. She was
there to help explain the move
to those confused little faces,
assuring them that she would
still help in their new room
and, yes, they were still in kin-
dergarteni
With her youngest child in
school, Debbie is working at Al-
len's Quality Plus Conmmunica-
tions. She misses working with
the children and volunteers as
time allows. She now feels the
Best wayjto help you, youir child
and the community is to serve
on the school board.
Vote for Debbie and elect
her to our school board on
Tuesday, Sept. 5. Shehas three
daughters in our school system
and the oldest will soon be in
high school. I think her idea of
having a high school student
elected by the student body to
serve as a non-voting member of
the school board is a great idea.
Everyone seems to be worried
about our high school-maybe
it's time we listened to our stu-
dents, and teachers.
Debbie will listen to your
ideas and be a great asset to our
school board.
Donna Sanford
Crawfordville


Truly Cares For All


Last Halloween, my oldest
son told her that he wanted
to be a baseball player, and
the very next day, Becky had
uniform pants for him to try on
to complete his, "costume." She
always seems to be thinking of
others' needs, and never fails
to follow through on a promise.
Just another way she uses her
gifts from God.
And it's not just children. As
a teacher in the Wakulla County
School System, I know Becky to
genuinely listen to both teach-
ers' needs and parents' needs,
and always provide a solution
to any issue.
She has got to be the big-
gest supporter of our county's
schools, and its employees, that
I have ever seen!
Becky has helped our teach-
ers with testing, teaching Math
Superstars for three years at
Shadeville Elementary, worked
to get Riversprings Middle
School library "moved in" when
it first opened and has helped
out in all three elementary
schools' festivals-which are
those school's main fund-rais-
ing events.
Becky has worked side-by-
side with each school's staff


with work such as mowing,
painting, cooking and serving
food, and cleaning; and she also
helped re-finish the gym floor
and pour sidewalks at WHS.
Becky never has a negative
word to say, always positive and
encouraging
When I first became certified
as a teacher, Becky had more
faith in my abilities than II She
never ceased encouraging me,
and I feel sure I wouldn't love
being a teacher as much as I do,
if it hadn't been for her.
When she's not tending to
school board business, Becky
is the Minister of Music and
Children at Crawfordville First
Baptist Church, a wife, mother
of three fine sons, a baseball-
cheering mom and a daughter
and daughter-in-law.
I am so thankful to have a
great friend like Becky Cook in
my life. I also feel very thank-,
ful that she is a member of the
Wakulla County School Board,
as a representative of the best
school in Floridal I wish her
much luck in her re-election to
the school board in September.
I'll be voting for you, Beckyl
Janet H. Weber
Crawfordville


wouai ray
Editor, The News:
Hello Wakulla County, wel-
come to America, land of free
enterprise and paying taxes.
The purpose of this letter to the
editor of The Wakulla News and
the citizens of Wakulla County
is to try and open the eyes of
some of you, if not through com-
mon sense, then through your
pocketbook.
If allowed to open and run
their water processing plant, the
Highs could help the citizens of
Wakulla County in a very big
way.
Ask them if they would be
willing to pay a tax on our water,
and I mean let's really stick it to
them .saya nickel a gallon.At the
proposed rate of flow that they
want to bottle our water, that
would only amount to $3,545 per
day but, wait, that figure would
go up to $921,700 per year if they
only pumped water during the
week. But what if they wanted
to pump on weekends also?
Then that figure would go up to
$1,293,925 per year.
Now let's see. what could
Wakulla County purchase with
a little over 1 million dollars.
I think that amount could hire
those fire fighters who were cut
out of the budget for the upcom-
ing year and would alleviate the
deficit of more than $450,000
and still leave only about $518,
925.
Hm, I wonder what that
amount could purchase. I know,
let's hire some more employees
to better serve us. You know,
the taxpaying public, the people
who vote you good ole boys in
who are supposed to work for
our rights.
As a recent letter in The
Wakulla News ended: "The water
belongs to all of the people, not
some of the people." Besides,
it just flows out into the Gulf
of Mexico and then we all lose
out,.
Just a thought you all might
consider.
John G. Pierotti
Wakulla Station

Note Of Thanks
Editor, The News:
New Vision Deliverance Min-
istry Inc., and Mr. Trave Williams
would like to thank everyone,
individuals and businesses, for
their donations and/or spon-
sorship for the Back-to-School
Shopping Spree.
We would also like to thank
all of the county officials who
came out to help make this
a special day for the children
that were participants of this
program.
A total of 100 children were
able to shop for school supplies
because of your generous con-
tributions.
Again, thanks and may God
continue to bless you.
Marilyn Harvey
New Vision Deliverance


Correction
Polk County residents donated funds for back- County donations.
to-school supplies for 40 students in last week's The Wakulla News reported otherwise in the
shopping spree, which was sponsored by New Thursday, Aug. 17, edition.
Vision Deliverance ministry.
Funding for 60 students came from Wakulla We regret the error.


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THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Aug. 24, 2006 Page 3


Helping Children Is Nothing New


Editor, The News:
With election time close at
hand, all the readers and voters,
including myself, are probably
tired and bored of all the hype
and glory being bestowed upon
the candidates. But there is one
individual truly deserving of
such high praise, and that man
is Broward Sapp.
During the past 20 years, I
have worked beside him as both
a co-worker and a volunteer. He
has spent endless hours volun-
teering his time for the youth
of Wakulla County as well as
Leon County.
Over '17 years ago, Broward
became involved with the Ju-


nior Golf program in Wakulla
County. Since that time, more
than 700 young people have
learned to appreciate the game
thanks to him. He also helped
to organize and coach the boys
and girls golf team at Wakulla
High School.
Two years ago, Broward was
instrumental in starting the
Wakulla Middle School golf
team.
He has also volunteered
countless hours to the Boys and
Girls Clubs in Tallahassee.
He volunteered his time to
assist teaching golf club repair
to the Professional Golf Man-
agement School at Florida State


University.
Broward is truly involved
and concerned with Wakulla
County.
He is a Communications En-
gineer with Embarq (formerly
Sprint) and has spent more
than 20 years working directly
in this county. He has watched
the growth as we all have and
shares a deep concern for the
future of our community and
our youth.
I've watched Broward's chil-
dren and grandchildren grow
up over the years, so I've seen
the loving and caring side of
him with his own family.
Having helped him numer-


ous years with the Junior Golf
program, the one thing that
impresses me the most with
Broward is the patient, caring
attitude he has with other
children. You would think they
were his own the way he treats
them.
Broward Sapp is a man of
high morals and impeccable
integrity. If you really want
to put someone in office who
will make a difference in your
child's future, then I highly
recommend you vote for my
friend Broward Sapp for District
5 School Board.
Larry T. Grubbs
.Crawfordville


No One Matches Her Putting Education First


Dedication, Devotion


Editor, The News:
I love my county. My father
was born in, this county, arid I
mean literally in the county, at
home in St. Marks. I went to
school in this county, I played
sports in this county, and I have
proudly call Wakulla County
home nearly all my life.
Because I love this county,
I would feel remiss if I did not
tell you what I know about Mrs.
Debbie Miles and her family.
Debbie is married to Mr.
Devon Miles, a dedicated and
admired teacher in the Wakulla
County School system. Mr.
Miles math classes have pro-
duced some of he largest FCAT
learning gains in the state.
Over the last three years, those
classes have produced gains of
94, 100, and 98 percent,
Debbie and Devon's three
daughters, Macie, Sierra, and
Devin are stellar students in
Wakulla County schools, main-
stays on the A/B honor roll.
These observations are im-
portant, because they reveal a
common fact that runs through
the Miles' family, and that fact
is.education matters.


One only needs to speak to
Debbie Miles for a moment be-
fore they see the glowing smile,
hear the enlightening insight,
and feel the warm and caring
concern that she has for educa-
tion in our county.
Over twenty-one years ago,
while still a senior at Wakulla
High School, I began preaching
the gospel. Upon graduation I
traveled across this great nation,
evangelizing in cities, both great
and small.
I have preached in every
type of town imaginable, from
booming Metropolises to tiny
hamlets. In those travels I have
met many people (too many to
name) and -among those thou-
sands of people, none have a
greater burden or compassion
for education of children than
Debbie Miles.
When you step forward to
cast your vote for school board
in September, consider your
schools and your children, and
consider Debbie Miles, because
we love our county.',
Joseph Jacobs
Crawfordville


He's Willing To Help


,cEditor;,iThbeNews:ci
..:.: Well; it.seems itrs that time
"again: 'If-Lyou can't tell.by. the
signs everywhere, it's election
time. With all of the controversy
going on in our county, this
election is a very important
one. But, I'm not writing about
debates, arguments or televised
meetings.
Going back to the signs
everywhere, there is one that
brings a smile to my face Bro-
ward Sapp for School Board,
District Five; I smile not only
because I know he would do a
great job, but because around
'my neck of the woods," he's
pretty special.
Broward married into my
family when I was a baby. I'm
32 years old now, so I'd say he's
been around awhile He and my
aunt Carmen have always had
an "open door policy" that,
means you are welcome any
time.
Believe me; we took them up
on that offer. Their house was
like a second home to many.


Vheii'ri't'was a' i461ay'rii'eal.
a game of football or basket-
ball, practcing your golf swing.
or riding dirt ikes, you could
count Uncle Broward in.
Broward Sapp is a loving
husband, a devoted father, and a
wonderful grandpa. To me, he.is
an uncle who has been there to
give me support, guidance and
help any time I needed it.
I'm not going to write about
my uncle's qualifications. Believe
.me he is quite qualified to be
a member of the school board.
If you have any doubts, give him
a call. He welcomes it.
You might just change your
mind. As for me, I've been a pre-
school teacher for 12 years now.
I've helped many children pre-
pare for kindergarten, and want
to see all of them succeed.
I will vote for Broward Sapp
because I agree that many of his
concerns should be addressed.
You never know sometimes
change can be a good thing.
Rebecca Mathis Dickey
Crawfordville


Candidate Committed

To First-Class Schools


Editor, The News:
I'm not usually one to write
letters to the editor because
I've seen this section abused
so many times, especially of
late. I felt compelled to write
this letter supporting Jerry
Evans, School Board member,.
District 5.
Jerry's commitment to educa-
tion goes without question.
He believes every child/
student should be provided a
first-class education in Wakulla
County. I know he has been
working diligently to provide
the high school students every
opportunity to take their educa-
tion to the college level.
We meet our responsibilities
to Wakulla County's children by
ensuring that our schools have
the resources they need to help
our kidsmeet high standards.
We have a standard of excel-
lence in our education system
that other counties admire
enviously,
Education and public safety
are the number one and number


two reasons people are moving
to Wakulla County.
Additionally, Jerry has the
education for education. He
holds a bachelor's degree from
Stetson University and has been
a very successful leader in the
business community of Wakulla
County. His character and mor-
als are above reproach.
Finally, Jerry's about young
people. He's committed his life
to improving their lives through
education as a mentor and a
role model. The young people
of Wakulla County love him too.
Why? He's always been there,
trying to give them a hand up
- not a hand out.
If you haven't met him, meet
him. Don't just take my word
for it. The proof is in the pud-
din',.so to speak Jerry Evans is
the real deal. When the time
comes, you can't go wrong by
voting for Jerry Evans proven
leadership on the cutting edge
of education.
Maurice Langston
Sopchoppy


Editor, The News:


When I think about my
younger days in grade' school,
the word "influence" seems to
be the most prominent word
that comes to mind.
Having graduated from
Wakulla High School three years
ago, many of my influences have
come and gone, but there are
those select few that will remain
forever; one being Mrs. Rebecca
Cook ... Mom No. 2,
Mrs. Becky has always had a
"motherly" sense about her that
affects every child she ,comes
in contact with. I remember my
first interaction with her during
a festival in the fourth grade in
which students had to learn the
"Watermelon Crawl," taught by
Mrs. Becky, and perform it in
front of the whole Crawfordville
Elementary School.
I am one to tell you that be-
ing that age and having to dance
in front of any crowd is not easy.
Mrs. Becky had a way about her,
though, that eased everyone's
mind and had us feeling like
we could dance like no one's
business.
As time went by, her son,
Drew Cook, and I became close
friends. I would come over
to the Cook household and
remember Mrs. Becky always
asking me a slew, of questions
... how were my grades? Was I


happy with my teachers? What
did I learn that day? .Ifd I fin-
ished my homework?
As we got older: What classes
are you taking to prepare for col-
lege? Have you taken ahy ACT/
SAT prep courses? Do you need
any help? Have you applied for
any scholarships?
Mrs. Becky's countless vol-
unteer hours and persistent in-
quiries of my educational stand-
ings, as well as many others, can
be found nowhere else.
I write all this simply to show
the true colors of Mrs. Rebecca
Cook, your representative for
School Board District 3.
Her repeated acts of self-
lessness, volunteer hours and,
sincere concerns for the well-be-
ing and educational standards
for the youth of the county are
evident through her incredible
career in the school board the
past 12 years.
She instills in me the values
and understanding of what edu-
cational success really is. I will
always remember Mom No. 2 for
what she did for me.
Re-elect Rebecca "Becky"
Cook and I know your children
will remember her too. When
I think about my education, I
think of Mrs. Becky Cook, Mom
No. 2.
Aaron Jenkins
Crawfordville


Candidate Pledges

Inclusive Government


Editor, The News:
A crowd of about 150 enthu-
siastic supporters of George N.
Green, candidate for Wakul-
la County Commision District
2, gathered Friday night at
Shingles' Farm at the intersec-
tion of Shadeville and Spring
Creek highways Friday night for
a "meet and greet."
They ate mullet, grouper, hot
dogs and hamburgers and had
their concerns addressed. The
event was sponsored by a group
of Green's "grass roots sup-
porters," as a means to have
folks meet and question him.
A spokesperson for the group
said that it grew out of a sin-
cere desire to afford the voters
an opportunity to meet Mr
Green "one on one" and "face
to face."'He related that Green's
participation extended only to
making himself available for
the event.
During a short speech, Mr
Green pledged to support (1)
accountability in government,
(2) open participatory govern-.
ment, (3) equal opportunity
government, (4) protection of
the environment, (5) carefully
planned growth and (6) county
government that respects the
rights of Wakulla County citi-
zens to address government
without having that right dimin-
ished or impeded.
Green's supporters were
joined by State Sen. Al
Lawson, who paralleled his


first run for the state' senate in
1982 with that of Green. He also
spoke of the need for diversity
in Wakulla County, the need to
protect the environment, anti
reminded the group that they
face an uphill, but not impos-
sible battle.
He stated that in his initial
run for the Florida Senate, he
faced virtually .the same ob-
stacles in that he was a minority
candidate in a race where no
one gave him a chance to wir.
He voiced confidence in his
constituents and said that de-
spite what may be written, the
voters of his district are astute
-voters who realize that despite
sometime tenuous relations,
they still have more things
uniting rather than separating
them.
He admonished Mr. Green
to remember this and make
sure to get across the mes-
sage that he will represent
all of the people if he is to be
successful. He further cited the
fact that in order to be elected,
Green has to not only get the
vote of African-Americans but
must also convince significant
numbers of white voters with
a message of inclusive, rather
than divisive, politics
He said Green must commit
to being "a commissioner for all
the people," not just one seg-
ment of the population.
Bossie Hawkils
Crawfordville


Sticking With His Values


Editor, The News:
I usually refrain from publi-
cizing my political choices, but
there is one local candidate this
year who, stands out from the
others. County Commissioner
Howard Kessler is a man who
stands firmly and openly on his
principles. In my opinion, this is
a good thing..
He has been maligned in
the local press and ostracized
in the County ,Commission
Chambers.


Yet, despite these oppressive
forces in Dr. Kessler's political
life; he continues to represent
his core values of resolve in a
way that is almost heroic. -
I won't even tell you whether
I agree with his vision for our
burgeoning community or not. I
will tell you this, however he's
the kind of American that I want
representing my family, ard
Wakulla County.
John Palumlib
Crawfordville


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Church


Obituaries
Donnie Alford Lutheran faith and a member Marcella J. Morton
*' Donnie Alford, 56, of Craw- of the Wakulla County Senior Marcella J. Morton, 80, of
'fordville died Friday, Aug. 18, in Citizens Center. Crawfordville died Tuesday,
-Crawfordville. Survivors include a daughter, Aug. 15.
'; The funeral service was held Kathi Watters and husband Tom, The funeral service was held
-Tuesday, Aug. 22, at Harvey- of Crawfordville; a sister, Sylvia Saturday, Aug. 19, at St Elizabeth
'Young Funeral Home in Craw- Rydell and husband Mauno Ann Seton Catholic Church in
fordville with burial at Paxton of New Jersey; and two grand- Medart.
ICemetery. Memorial contribu- children, Erika Watters and A native of Ohio and raised
'tions may be made to Big Bend Thomas Michael Watters and in Indiana, she had lived in
'Hospice, 1723 Mahan Center wife Sarah. Wakulla County for 33 years,
Blvd., Tallahassee, FL 32308. Harvey-Young Funeral Home having moved to the area fol-
A native ofFlorala, AL, he had in Crawfordville was in charge lowing her husband's retirement
lived in Crawfordville for more of the arrangements. from the U.S, Air Force. A home-
than 30 years. He was a retired maker'and mother, she attended
construction engineer for the George A. Fragakis the University of Michigan and
Plorida Department of Transpor- George Arthur Fragakis, 73, of earned her associate's degree
station and Post, Buckley, Schuh the Aucilla River area died Sun- from Tallahassee Junior College.
and Jernigan. He was a member day, Aug. 20, at his home.' She ccd pleted her education at
pf the Jackson Lodge No. 1 F&AM The funeral service was held FloridawState University, earning
*ind a Scottish Rite. Wednesday, Aug. 23, at Holy a Bachelor's degree in health
SSurvivors include his wife, Mother of God Greek Orthodox education in 1983.
I'ara Morgan Alford of Craw- Church in Tallahassee..Interment Following graduation. she
fordville; a son, Bobby Alford followed at Sunset Memorial had a 13-year career with the
mnd wife Kellie of Crawfordville; Gardens in Thomasville, GA. Florida Department of Public
Jhree grandchildren, Tyler Al- The Rev. Alexander Chetsas Health. She was active with the
ford, Kaylee Alford and Chase officiated. Memorial contribu- Wakulla High School Athletic
ford, all of Crawfordville; a tions may be made to the Lewis Boosters, Sopchoppy Homemak-
bister. Nell Alford of Opp, AL: Hall Singletary Oncology Center, ers Club. Wakulla Book Club and
S nd two special family members, 116 Mimosa Drive, Thomasville, /Keep Wakulla County Beautiful.
Kenneth "Chocks" and Mary GA 31792 or to the American She was an active member of
1releven of Vernon. Cancer Society, P.O. Box 1201, the Wakulla County Rotary. Her
E Harvey-Young.Funeral Home Albany, GA 31702. family was one of the original
Jn Crawfordville was in charge He was the son of the late members of St. Elizabeth Ann
S bf the arrangements. Arthur and Anastasia Fragakis of Seton Catholic Church, and she
SKlapsion, Greece. He immigrated was a member for more than, 30
John H. Chandler to the United States in 1950 years, particularly enjoying the
5. John H. "Big John" Chandler; and married Janette Nichols in church choir.
54, of Crawfordville died Tues- 1956. He and his wife, formerly Survivors include her son,
'Oay. Aug. 15. of Thomasville, GA, were well Paul Morton and wife Rhonda
& The funeral service was held known and respected in the of Montgomery, AL; a grandson,
rFriday. Aug. 18. at Bevis Funeral business "community for many Garrett Morton of Montgomery;
'ome in Tallahassee with burial years before retiring to the her sister, Mary O'Connell of
:pt Woodville Cemetery. Memo- Aucilla River in 1984. He was Lexington, KY; and 10 nieces and
riall contributions may be made a renowned outdoorsman and nephews..
,to Covenant Hospice. 1545 Ray- fisherman. Harvey-Young Funeral Home
rnond Diehl Road. Tallahassee. Survivors indude by his wife in Crawfordville was in charge
:FL. 32308. of 50 years. Janette Fragakis; of the arrangements.
SA native of Athens, GA, he three daughters. Staci Lloydand
:moved from Marianna to Talla- husband Ralph of Yorkville, GA, Thomas L. Outlaw'
Shassee in 2005. He was a veteran Stella Hankinson and husband Thomas L. Outlaw, 66, of Shell
of the U.S. Marine Corps and the John of Waleska, GA and Cindy Point, formerly of Dale County,
bU.S. Navy. He was a consultant Pistelli and husband Massimo of AL, died Tuesday, Aug. 15, in
Jfor Superior Ready Mix and was Valdosta, GA; a son, Arthur Fraga- Philadelphia. PA.
1a member of Jackson Masonic kis and wife Angie of Wake For- The funeral service was held
6Lodge No. 1 in Tallahassee. He est, NC; seven grandsons, Ryan Sunday. Aug. 20,. at Holman
wvas of the Baptist faith. Lloyd, Will Hankinson, Scott Funeral Home Chapel in Ozark,
.' Survivors include his mother, Hankinson, Guiseppe'Pistelli. AL, with the ,Revy Ben Amlong
Lillian Chandler of Crawford- Vito Pistelli. Nick Fragakis and officiating.
4ille; a son. Jeff Chandler and Jake Fragakis; a sister. Helen A native of Ariton. AL. Out-
*Wfe-AntireIr of Crawfordvllner~Gran-~S;'r~'Ito nep~hv4Agt-. 1 laW'Wa r'bi ifftl ?e'Bi6"l log
a daughter. Sheila C. Peters of nasiou Granos and Fini Granos. cabin that still stands today.
Tallahassee: three grandsons, both of Greece. He was an electrical engineer,
Brad Chandler. who is serving in Allen & Allen Funeral Home working with GTE. Motorola and
Iraq with the U.S. Marine Corps, in Thomasville, GA was in charge Sprint. He served in the U.S. Navy
Bailey Chandler of Crawfordville of the arrangements. and National Guard and later
and Joshua Peters of Tallahassee; received his Maritime Captain's
and a granddaughter, Brittany Cynthia D. Graves License.
Chandler of Crawfordville. Cynthia "Cindy" D. Graves. 36, Survivorsinriclude his wife,
Bevis Funeral Home in Tal- of Tallahassee died Friday. Aug. Barbara Slaughter Outlaw of
lahassee was in charge of the 18, in Tallahassee. Shell Point; a son, Scott Outlaw
arrangements. The funeral service was held of Ariton: two stepdaughters,
Monday, Aug. 21, at Culley's Taija Slaughter of Washington,
; Robert D. Courson MeadowWood Funeral Home DC, and Kristina Petrandis and
SA memorial gathering will be in Tallahassee with burial at husband Johnny of Tallahas-
held for Robert Dean Courson on Woodville Cemetery. Memorial see: a sister. Carolyn Outlaw of
Saturday. Aug. 26, from 6 p.m. contributions may be made to Webb, AL; two brothers. Curtis


until 9 p.m. at 2700 Surf Road in Big Bend Hospice. 1723 Mahan. Wilton Outlaw and wife Mavis
Ochlockonee Bay. Center Blvd., Tallahassee. FL and Carlton Outlaw, all of Ari-
Courson died July 31 in Doug- 32308. ton; and three grandchildren,
las, GA, at the age of 60. The She was employed by Park- Ryan Outlaw, Janel Outlaw and
gathering will be hosted by way Wrecker Service Inc., for 19 Strauss Outlaw.
Deana Courson Russ and Robert years. She loved life, her family Holman Funeral Home .in
Dax Courson. both of Panacea, and driving the drag car, Susie Ozark, AL was in charge of the
children of the deceased. Q, her father, Junior Barnes, built arrangements.
All friends and family are for her. Leave WothM But
invited to attend. Survivors include her hus- o J Foo
band, Marc Graves of Tallahas-
William B. Davidson see; a daughter, Brandi Meacham ,
William B. Davidson, 51, of of Tallahassee; her mother and B :%
Alligator Point died Thursday, stepfather; Daisy and Preston
Aug. 17 on Alligator Point. Carter of Tallahassee; her-step-
A celebration of Bill's life for mother,Alma Barnes ofTallahas- Keep WaktUa County Beautifcl'
family and friends will be held see; a brother, and sister-in-law,
at 4 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 26, at Frankie and Kathy Barnes of Ivan Assembly of God
Harvey-Young Funeral Home in Tallahassee: a sister and brother- 202 Ivan Church Road
Crawfordville. in-law. Linda and Rodney Corley j, oiatId .
He was born June 16, 1955 of Tallahassee; a step-sister. Pastor,
and was owner of United Vision Shannon Smith of Philadelphia; Daniel Cooksey
Care. He was an accomplished her mother-in-law, Yvette Graves "Come & Worshlp Wit Us"
businessman who was loved of Tallahassee; her father-in-law, '926-IVAN(4826)
by many. Fred Graves and wife Carolyn of SundaySchool 10 a.m.
S many Sunday Worship..................... 11 a.m.
SSurvivors include his wife, Lake Butler; two step-sisters-in- Evenin Worship...............6p.m.
Brenda Davidson of Alligator law, Priscilla Knight and Cathy Wednesday Service............ ..7p.m.
1oint; two sons, James Chap- McDaniel, both of Lake Butler; a & Youth Service 7 p:m.
man and William A. Davidson; step-brother-in-law, Mac Douglas Royal Rangers....................7:30 p.m.
a grandson, Steven Chapman; of Lake Butler; two step-brothers; Missionettes 7:30 p.m.
two sisters, Sheryl Vanderburg Andy Branch of Tallahassee and
and Charmagne Brown; and a Ernie Branch of Crawfordville; Crawfordille
brother, Rocky Davidson. three step-sisters, Rite Asbell Sun
t Harvey-Young Funeral Home of Quincy, Jeanine Sanders of WorS
in Crawfordville is in charge of Tallahassee and Johnna Branch
the arrangements. of Moulton, AL; and a host of Pastor Tony Ros
nieces and nephews. UNITED 926-72(
Gertrude S. Ettala Culley's MeadowWood Fu- METHODIST OchLi
SGertrude Sophia Ettala, 87, of neral Home in Tallahassee was CHURCH ,
Crawfordville died Wednesday, in charge of the arrangements. www.,g
Aug. 16 iM TSllhlf-,-


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Thursday Ladies '
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(From Rhema Bible Training Center)

United Methodist Church
iday School 9:45 a.m.
lip 8:30 a.m. & 11 a.m.
enberger' "Com-,,
!09 Me crew Wib jj'
ekonee & Arran Road
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REVOLUTION
First Baptist Church of Craw-
fordville's annual youth revival
known as Revolution began on
Wednesday, Aug. 23.
Last year, Revolution was at-
tended by.more than 250 teen-
agers nightly. The guest speaker
this year is Adrian Despres,
chaplin for the South Carolina
Gamecocks. Despres became a
Christian while playing football
for Furman University,
As a respected student, ath-
lete and peer, he began,sharing
his faith with others as he used
his public speaking abilities:
His ministry reaches thousands
of students and young adults
each year.
Worship in song will be led
by the ever-popular Jonathan
and Lisa. They have been mar-
ried and traveling together full-
time in ministry for 5 1/2 years;
about 200 dates a year, currently
in 20 states across the nation.
Revolution starts nightly
at 7 p.m. on Wednesday,, Aug.
23, through Saturday. Aug. 26.
Depres will also lead both the
8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. services,
on Sunday, Aug. 27. Everyone is
invited. For' more information,
call Youth Pastor Doug Sanders
at 926-7896,.

LIFELINE SCREENING
Medart Assembly of God
Church will host a Life Line
Screening program to detect and.
reduce the risk of stroke in area
residents. The program will be
,held on Tuesday, Sept. 19. Ap-
pointments will begin at 10 a;m.
The church is located at 4647
Crawfordville Highway.
Stroke is the the third leading
killer in the world and second
highest among women. Screen-
ings are fast, painless and low'
cost. Each screening takes less
than 10 minutes to complete and
costs $109. A complete vascular
screening package costs only
$129.
For more information, or to
schedule an appointment, call
1-877,37-1287., Pre-registration-
'is.required. .
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PEOPLE
SERVING
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S Shady Sea
S Missionary
Baptist Church:
Spring Creek
47 Shady Sea St.
Sunday School.... 9:45 a.m.
Church.................... 11 a.m.
Wednesday............... 7 p.m.
Pastor: Billy Spence ,


i 'Wakulla
United Methodist Church
SSunday Contemporary Service-8:30 a.m.
Sunday School forall ages 10a.m.
ri Sunjd i o 'rhip. 11 a.m.
\ ~dric'd) Sr,,ce -7p.m.
1584 Old Woodville Rd.
Wakulla Station
421-5741
Pastor Drew Standridge


9:00 a.m.
(3-5 Years)


Church 926-7808 Pre-School 926-5557


it. Elizabeth
Ann Seton
Catholic C
Mass 9 a.m. Sunday
Sunday School 10 a.m.
Father lames MacGee, Pastor
3.609 Coastal Hwy. (US 98)
926-1797


Trinity
Lutheran
Church of Wakulla County
Hwy. 98, Across from WHS
Wgb site:
TrinityLutheranofWakulla.com


Panacea Park S opchoppy
t Church Of Christ
Baptit Chur Corner of Winthrop & Byrd St.
24 Mission Road, Panacea ... ... .o


Sunday School 10 a.m.
Worship 11 am.
Wed, Prayer Meeting 7 p.m.
Pastor, Jerry Spears


Pioneer Baptist
Church (SBC)
Sunday School 9:15 a.m.
Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m.
Wed. adult, children & youth 7 p.m.
486 Beechwood Drive Crawfordville, FL.
(North of the Lower Bridge Road and
Spring Creek Highway intersection)
Rev. Dennis Hall, Pastor
850-926-6161


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S.'i .Sunm
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3086 Crawtordville Hwy.
(South of the Courthouse)
Church Office: 926-7896 Fello'


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Worship 10:30 a.m.
Evening Worship..............5 p.m.
Wednesday: Bible Study ....7 p.m.
Visitors are welcome!
Home Bible Courses available...
please call for details, 962-2213


Sopchoppy
United
Methodist
Church
Sunday School 9:45 a.rh.
Worship I I a.m.
Pastor Brett Templeton
850-962-2984


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Bible Srud. 'Fello'..ship 9-145 a.m'
Worship Se r ice 11 a.m.


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Family) Night Supper 5:30 p.m.
Children Youth'.Adult Aci'tiries 6:45 p.m.


General Office Hour': Monday'- Friday '9 a.m.:- 1 p.m.
Office S.5ti.92i-15 Fa\ S5t-926-58S. School O)ffie 850-426-5583
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0E 9:30 a.m.
S Presbyter'tan 9:30
SWorship 10:30 a.m.
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Office 926-5265
Early Worship 8:30 a.m.
C3n Sunday Schdol 9:45 a.m.
0\i M ing Worship 11:00 a.m.
i AWANA Clbs 4:00 p.m.
Youth ZoneTime' 4:30 p.m.
Evening Worship 6;00 p.m.
Wednesday Services 7:00 p.m.
Our Mission is: Loving God and Loving Others
through Worship, Ministry and Service.
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inviting. Powerful ministries for strengthening our families.
Reaching Children,Youth, Adults and Seniors for Jesus.
We will look forward to seeing you this Lord's Day.
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Siliorujv SouiherniRaptistChurch
117 Curtis /I Road, Sopchoppy
9 -7822


gu g IVinlanaaassee.
The funeral service was held
in Brooklyn, NY, with burial at
Green-Wood Cemetery in Brook-
lyn. Memorial contributions
may be made to the Wakulla
County Senior Citizens Center,
33 Michael Drive, Crawfordville,
FL, 32327.
A native of Brooklyn, NY, she
had lived in Crawfordville since
1999 after moving from Talla-
hassee. She was a hairdresser
in Brooklyn. She was of the


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"Where everybody Is somebody In HIs ody."
Sunday School......... 9:30 l.M.
Morning Worship... 10:30 A.M.
Evening Worship ........... 7 P.M.
Wednesday Evenlng..6:45 P.M.
Pastor Gary Tacker
S 926-3217 7


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Methodist
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Sunday Worship 9 a.m.
Adult Sunday School 10:30 a.m.:
IPator frett Zempteton
(850) 962-2984


Saint Teresa
;J Episcopal
^ Church
1255 Rehwinkel Rd.
At the corner of Rehwinkel Rd. & US 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 2


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THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Aug. 24, 2006 Page 7


By BARBARA
MANSFIELD-WILSON
Board Member, CHAT ofWakulla, Inc.
www.chatofwakulla.org
A couple of years ago, I wrote
of adopting our first horse
from the shelter. She was an
elderly quarter horse who had
been badly malnourished and
severely abused.
We tried to ride her, and
she was all right for about 15
minutes, but then would start
breathing very heavily. So we
decided that maybe it was time
to just let her retire from active
duty and enjoy what life she
had left.
A little while later, we adopt-
ed a younger mare,,and along
with the gelding we had previ-
ously'adopted; I guess we now
had some adjustments to make.
The older mare put the younger
one in.her place. It appeared she
had enough energy left in her
to establish the pecking order
in our little herd.
When it was feeding time,
the gelding was first to his
bucket, then the old 'mare, and
then the younger one. Many
timesI saw the old one "gum"
(she had very few teeth left) the
young one in the rear when she
tried to usurp her position.
Last Sunday when I went out
Sto feed them their breakfast,
our old mare was lying down.
I knew we had a problem. She
was always ready to eat. This
day she was not getting up. We
tried to coax her and push her,


Lewises Announce
Daughter's Birth
Lee and Karolyn Lewis of
Crawfordville announce the
birth of their daughter. Liliana
Lewis, on.July 25 at Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital. She weighed
7 pounds, 12 ounces and mea-'
sured 20 1/2 inches in length.
Maternal grandparents are
Beth and H'enry Jones of Sop-
choppy. Paternal grandparents
are Dorman and Julia Lewis of
Woodville.
Maternal great-grandmother
is. Mary ,K5le'of Smith-4.'eeik.
Paternal great-grandm'iother is
Billie Riddle of Kentucky.
Paternal great-great-grand-
mother is. Juanita..Lewis of'
Woodville.
Liliana joins a brother, Zeb,
age 5, and a sister, Michal Maria,
age 4.


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and she tried to do it too, but
she didn't have the strength.
The vet came out and she
agreed that our old girl could
not, do it anymore. Our other
two horses kept coming over
and nuzzling us and sniffing
her ... like they wanted us to
fix her.
When she passed away, they
came back, and the young mare
stood guard over her body for
about 15 minutes. When she
was through saying her good-
byes, she wandered down to
the back of the pasture and just
stood there staring up the hill
with the gelding. I will never
believe that animals do not have
feelings, and I will never forget
the day we lost our first adopted
rescue horse.
Last Saturday, we had bur
CHIP and DIP at the shelter. It
was a very busy day and about
30 dogs received a refreshing
bath and got dipped against
fleas. Several 'dog owners had
an identification chip put into
their animals. The team that
went to PETCO Adoption day
did well. They adopted four
shelter animals.
Please,, have your animals
spayed/neutered.


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The Tallahassee Memorial
Cancer Center and Southeastern
Urological Center have teamed
up to offer free prostate cancer
screening to area men.
If you are age 50 or older,
you should be screened by
a urologist every year. If you
have a father or brother with
prostate cancer or you are an
African-American, you should
be screened annually beginning
at age 40.
The screenings will be held
on Sept. 12 and Sept. 13 at
Southeastern Urological Center,
2000 Centre Point Blvd., Tal-
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'Page 8-THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Aug. 24, 2006


County Budget Could Be Tight Squeeze


With a Tuesday, Sept. 12
budget public hearing looming,
Wakulla County Commissioners
spent Tuesday, Aug. 15, discuss-
ing how to fund the constitu-
tional offices.
Wakulla County Administra-
tor Joe Blanchard said board
members are attempting to bal-
ance the budget with a millage
rate of 8.25 mills although the
board has the potential to go as
high as nine mills.
Balancing the largest budgets
~may not be easy during the fi-
nal three weeks before the first
public hearing,
Sheriff David Harvey has
requested $9.8 million in fund-
ing, up from $8.4 million in
2005-2006. Some of the sheriff's
budget includes jail bed rental
revenue (for federal prisoners),
which comes back to the board
as revenue.
The sheriff is seeking 10 new
employees, including six in the
law enforcement division and
four in corrections. Four of the
six new employees in the law
enforcement division would be






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"Down to Two?"
SOkay, ou,'ve been looking tor
a home for weeks and weeks and
,you narrow \our choice to two
'houses. Ho%\ do you decide' You
:can make such a tough decision
;bN going back to \our starting
;point and asking vourselt these
questions.

Susan
;Council


I
SRe\ ie \our priorities. Do both
properties meet ,our stated hous-
ing needs.' Seek new information.
WVhat else should you know about
[the house, the neighborhood, lo-
,cal schools, transportation and
commnunicv facilities. Get out
Ithe cr stal ball. How long do you
:expect to stay in your next home,
and how each house u ill fit sour
needs and litestile over that time
period.
Are there benefits that out-
e eigh any shortfalls in \our pri-
;orin list? Keep resale in mind.
Ift you intend to move in hi\e to
,ten years., which home \ ill prob-
Eabl\ be easier to resell: Finall',


sworn officials, two road patrol
deputies and two criminal in-
vestigators. The budget includes
equipment and funding for the
new staff and other needs.
If the board grants Harvey's
requests, his budget will grow
by 16.6 percent*over the 2005-
2006 budget approved last
summer.
Property Appraiser Anne
Ahrendt is seeking an increase
in budget from 4.4 to 6.2 per-
cent over last year. Her budget
request is $946,777, compared
to the existing $906,513. She is
seeking an additional mapping
position.
Ahrendt's tax roll was ap-
proved by the Department of
Revenue (DOR) in late July. DOR
officials have also approved
Ahrendt's budget request at


$946,000.
Clerk of the Court Brent
Thurmond submitted a finance
department request of $336,500,
which is an increase of 19.3 per-
cent over the existing budget of
$287,075. His entire budget is an
estimated $1.4 million, which'
includes the court system,
courthouse maintenance and
recording. Thurmond will be
adding another staff person.
Tax Collector Cheryll Olah
is seeking $626,240, which is
an increase of 17.4 percent over
the existing $533,533, Olah put
money in the budget for staff
continuing education as well as
postage for mailings, supplies,
equipment and printing.
Olah said her office is receiv-
ing a donatiori of a drive-up
window for residents to make


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persons 62 years of age or older, handicap/
disabled, regardless of age, are now available.
Must meet income requirements; rental
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payments without having to get
out of their vehicles. She added i
that the window has been do-
nated and the labor to install it
may be donated as well.
Superirisor of Elections t I
Sherida Crum is seeking $395,762
or a 14.6 percent increase over i i
her existing $339,537 budget.
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THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Aug. 24, 2006 Page 9


Budget-
Crum has been mandated
to add "touch screen" voting
machines and three spare "Accu
Vote" machines vhile convert-
ing to statewide voter registra-
tion system software. She is also
adding an OPS position and a
deputy clerk.
Wakulla County Volunteer
Fire Departments are seeking
$1.03 million for new paid posi-
tions, equipment and fire trucks.
The fire departments are operat-
ing off a $425,000 budget and a
$35 per parcel Municipal Service
Benefit Unit (MSBU) special as-
sessment.
Board members have pro-
posals on the table to keep the
MSBU at $35 or raise it to either
$50, $75 or $90 to balance the
fire department budget.
SAdministrator Blanchard said
county officials have discussed
pay raises of t'o percent for.
employees making $35,000 or
more, 4 percent raises for those
making less than $35,000 and
two percent merit raises for
employees at the discretion of
the department supervisor.,


MONDAY


He added that health insur-
ance premiums are up by 8.46
percent countywide, which will
cost the county commission
an extra $135,000 to cover em-
ployees.
Both Thurmond and
Blanchard said county officials
are not building up a budget
reserve with as much cushion
as they had hoped for.
Thurmond and Commission-
er Ed Brimner applauded the
constitutional officers and the
budget and finance committee
for making the budget process
smoother than in past years.
The county commission will
hold its second and final budget
hearing on Tuesday, Sept. 26 to
adopt the final millage rate and
budget for the year.


Create A Fun Learning Environment.


TUESDAY Stronger Reading And Comprehension Skills.
WEDNESDAY' Expand Parental Envolvement.


THURSDAY
FRIDAY


Meaningful Vocational Education.
Nurture A QualitW Teaching Environment And Enhance Career'


Development Opportunities.
Our. day n ill start with a caring bus driver and a nutritious main course of education.
With a side of vocational training. Followed by well supported extracurricular
activities. Served in an atmosphere of safety by a great staff.
REMEMBER: 'I "Schools are Pupils. Parents and Teachers Working Together."


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For SCHOOL BOARD
District 5
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WAKULLA COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT

STUDENT PROGRESSION ANNUAL

REPORTINGREQUIREMENTS 2005-2006

SAs required by Florida Statutes 1008.25(7)(b), Wakulla County School
District will annually publish a report that will contain the following infor-
miation on the prior school year:
~ The District School Board policies and procedures related to
student promotion and retention.
~ The total number and percentage of all students in grades 3-10
Performing at levels 1 and 2 on the reading portion of the FCAT
(all curriculum groups). N
~ The total number and percentage of students who were retained
in grades 3-10.
:The total number of students, by category, who
were promoted for good cause.
Complete documents pertaining to the district's policies and procedures
are available on the Wakulla County School Board website.
Student Progression Plan: www.firn.edu/schools/wakulla/wakulla


The Maxwell Family (at large) would
like to publicly thank Mary Fletcher
of Wakulla County for making our
family reunion such a memorable
occasion. Her outgoing, vivacious
personality and her natural talent and gift
Sof photography gave us all
memories to take home to Virginia,
Iowa, Kansas, Arizona, and
here Wakulla County.
Bless You, Mary!
The Maxwell Family


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Visioning Phase II


Public Workshop

August 29,2006

6:00 7:30 p.m.

Wakulla County Extension Office



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Public Workshop for Phase II of the Downtown


Crawfordville Visioning project. Participants

will review, comment and prioritize Downtown


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brief presentation by the consultant team;

provide comments on work completed; and

prioritization of information discussed. Phase
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Grade Number Tested Level 1 Level 2
Number Percentage Number Percentage
3 133 20 6% 27 8%
356 46 13% 61 17%
'. 3 13l
6 367 48. 13% 70 19%
'7 377 42 11% 68 18%
8 398 56 14% 115 29%
9 376 98 26% 132 35%
S10 1I .!1.. 13 ..,
Total 2852 456 16% 619 22%
NUMBER & PERCENTAGE OF ALL STUDENTS RETAINED IN GRADES 3-10
Grade Enrollment Number Retained Percentage Retained
3 336 5 1%
4 363 6 1 2%
5 338 4 1%
6 376 11 3%
7 392 12 3%
8 413 1 .3%
9 408 53 13%
10 341 13 4%


TOTAL NUMBER OF STUDENTS PROMOTED BY EACH CATEGORY FOR "GOOD CAUSE"
ELL/LEP sdenabiitie Students Passing Students SWD Retained Students
Students with (SWD not Alternative Demonstrating. Once with 2+ Years Retained Twice Total
Less than Tested on Assessment Proficiency of Remediation with 2 or More Promoted with
Years in FCAT er IEP approved by SBE through Portfolio Years of Cause
ESOL Remediation
0 1 I 0 14 1 17


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THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Aug. 24, 2006 Page 5


Communi


Early Voting

Is In Effect
Wakulla County residents
who plan to go to the polls on
election day or vote early at
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Crum's office through Sept. 2
must bring a photo identifica-
tion card with signature in order
to vote.
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identification card, U.S. passport,
employee badge or other identi-
fication, according to Crum.
Florida lawmakers recently
changed the requirements for
casting a ballot in the state. In
addition, touch screens are now
required by the state at polling
places.
For more information, call
Crum's office at 926-7575.

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The City of Sopchoppy will
host two public hearings on the
budget and water fund for the
2006-2007 budget year.
The meetings will be held on
Thursday, Aug. 31, and Monday,
Sept. 11, at 6:30 p.m. each day.
The hearings will:be held at City
Hall, 100 Municipal Avenue. The
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Sept. 7


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Jerelene Howard, my brother
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at Shell Island and she who
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named here, our families and
our neighbors. Pray for our
soldiers still overseas, our
town, our country and pray for
peace.
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kindnesspn matter how small,
makes a difference in someones
life; including yours.


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Happy first birthday to Syd-
ney Taylor Hackney on Aug. 17.
She is the daughter of Stacey
and Chris Hackney of Tallahas-
see.
Maternal grandparents are.
Jean and Lester Whaley of Craw-
fordville. Paternal grandparents
are Ralph and Reva Hackney
of Tallahassee and Robbie and
Shannon Duren of Chipley.
Maternal great-grandparents
are Sarah Whaley and Belle Rich-
ards, both of Crawfordville, and
the late Charles Richards and
the late Ira D. Whaley. Paternal
great-grandparents are the late
James and Nina Brown.'


Happy first' birthday to Ade-
line Kathleen Payne onrAug. 10,
She is the daughter of,Paul and
Patrea Payne of Medart.
Maternal grandparents are
John W. and Diane Glover of
Tallahassee.
Paternal grandparents are,
William and Irene Payne of
Medart.
Maternal great-grandparents
are the late Lewie and Lois
Boutwell and the late Clifton and
Catherine Glover. :
Paternal great-grandparents
are Martha Payne of Sandy
Ridge, AL, and the late W.V.
Payne and the late Herbert and
Stella carter.


The annual Noma commu-
nity reunion will be held in the
Noma Town Hall building on
Saturday, Sept. 2.
The town hall will be open at
10 a.m. and lunch will be served
at noonAll past and present
residents and their friends are
invited to attend.
Individuals planning to at-
tend are asked to bring a basket
of favorite dishes and iced tea.
Tyres Announce Birth
Corey D. Tyre and Dana L.
Seymour of Tallahassee an-
nounce the birth of their son.
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Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.
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and wis 21 3/4 inches long.
Maternal grandparents are
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lahassee and A. E. "Huck" Sey-
mour of Bainbridge, GA. Paternal
grandparents are Colen D. and
Mary F. Tyre of Tallahassee.
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and the late William E. and
Johnny M. Carberry. Caleb joins
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Sports


Defense Powers WHS To Win In Classic


New Wakulla War Eagle
Head Football Coach Scott Klees
knew going into the preseason
that his defense was going to
have to carry the team until
the retooled offense got com-
fortable.
On Friday, AtAg. 18, the War
Eagles rode the back of two.
defensive stars on a smooth
ride as WHS topped the Suwan-
nee County Bulldogs, 17-6, in a
Preseason Classic at Reynolds'
Stadium.
Klees played a 5-2 defense
which featured two linebackers,
junior Nigel Bradham and se-
nior Darrion Wilson. Bradham
had 10 solo tackles, two assists,
a sack, two fumble recoveries
and a 62-yard fumble return for
a touchdown after one of the
Suwannee miscues. Wilson had
10 solo tackles, two assists, two
caused fumbles and two fumble
recoveries.
Bradham's return put Wakul-
la up 7-0 in the second quarter'
following a successful extra
point by kicker Troy Walker.
Wakulla took a 10-0 lead into
the halftime break after de-
fensive end Tim Dawson hit
the Suwannee quarterback and
caused another fumble. Wilson
recovered and set up a 28-yard


Statistics
Suwannee Wakulla
Rushing yards N/A N/A
Passing yards N/A 22
Comp./Att./Intc. N/A 2-8-0

Suwannee County 0 0 6 0-06
Wakulla 0 10 7 0-17
Wakulla-Nigel Bradham 62 Yard Fumble Return
(Troy Walker Kick)
Wakulla-Troy Walker 28 Yard Field Goal
Suwannee County-35 Yard Run (Kick Failed)
Wakulla-Cory Eddinger 1 Yard Run (Troy
Walker Kick)

field goal by Walker.
Suwannee answered with a
35-yard touchdown run in the
third quarter but missed the ex-
tra point to make the score 10-6.
Travis Cronan knocked the ball
away from the Suwannee quar-
terback and Kendell Webster
recovered the fumble to set up
the other Wakulla touchdown
of the night. :
The War Eagles drove the
ball from the Suwannee 15-yard
line and quarterback Cory Ed-
dinger ran a sneak in from the'
1-yard line. Walker hit the extra
point.to make the score 17-6 in'
the third quarter. There was no
scoring in the final quarter.
"Our defense played ex-
tremely well," Klees said. "We


2006 DISTRICT 2-3A FOOTBALL STANDINGS


TEAM
Godby
Wakulla
Panama City Bay
East Gadsden
Rickards
R C. B. Arnold


DISTRICT
W L
,0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0


OVERALL
W L
00
0 0
00
00
0 0
0 0


Friday, Aug. 25 Games Involving District Teams
Panama City Beach Arnold At Panama City Bay
7:30 p.m. CT
Rickards At Lincoln
Lynn Haven Mosley At Godby (Aug. 24)
Chiles At East Gadsden
North Florida Christian At Wakulla
All Games Start At 7 p.m. or 7:30 p.m. E.T.
knew they were going to have
to carry us."
In addition to Wilson and
Bradham, Dawson had six solo
tackles, one assist, one caused
fumble and one fumble re-
covery. Cronan had three solo
tackles, four assists and three
caused fumbles.
Kendell Webster had seven
tackles, caused two fumbles and
recovered two miscues. Dion
Bryant had two tackles and a
fumble recovery.
The Wakulla defense
whacked Suwannee around the
field and caused a total of eight
fumbles in the game. "They had
trouble getting through our
front seven," said Klees.
"The quarterbacks, Eddinger
and Walker, played OK," said


the coach. "They both still have
a lot of work to do."
Walker quarterbacked four
series for WHS and Eddinger
handled the duties on seven
series. Both are expected to
play quarterback against North
Florida Christian in the regular-
season opener on Friday, Aug.
25, in Medart.
Walker is a valuable member
of the defense at strong safety
while also being the kicker and
punter. Klees said Walker rarely
comes off the field due to his
versatility..
Running back Xavier Blocker
rushed 16 times for 64 yards.
Kendell Gavin rushed six times
for 51 yards and had two pass
receptions for 22 yards. The
WHS quarterbacks combined to
complete two of eight passes.
Eddinger was 2-for-7.
The War Eagles ran the ball
42 times to only eight pass
plays as Klees, decided to con-
trol the ball and the clock. Only
Josh Langston returns to the
offensive line, and the receivers
are all new as well.
Walker had an outstanding
game kicking as he hit all three
extra points and a field goal
attempt. He also punted for a
43-yard average.


Klees and his War Eagles will
open the season against NFC,
which is coached by former
NFC and Florida State quarter-
back Casey Weldon. Klees and
Weldon are friends and Klees
followed Weldon at quarterback
at NFC.
"It will be a fun game for
both of us," said Klees. "It will
be our first games."
Wakulla and NFC will kick
off at 7:30 p.m.
"We're very pleased that
we're off to a great start," Klees
said. "The defense and the


special teams played unbeliev-
ably. It may take the offense to
the third or fourth game to get
rolling."
Wakulla will have a dif-
ficult schedule as Tallahassee
schools Chiles, Leon, Rickards
and Godby all played well in
Leon County jamboree action.
Rickards and Godby are district
foes.
The preseason statistics will
be wiped away when the regu-
lar season begins on Friday.


Bunch Nets First Volleyball Win


The Wakulla High, School Lady War
Eagle volleyball team made the first match,
of Coach.Erica Bunch's coaching career a
victory Thursday; Aug. 17. at North Florida
Christian Schbol in Tallahassee.
But it wasn't easy.
Wakulla won a nail-bitter, three games
to twd. The Lady War Eagles slipped by
NFC 25-23 in the first game before drop-
ping the second and third contests 22-25
and 10-25.
But the players rallied and tied the
match with a 25-21 victory in the fourth
game. The fifth and deciding game was
won by Wakulla 17-15.


The final game of a best-of-five match is
only played to 15 points in high school, but
the winning team must win by two points.
Coach Erica Bunch said the Lady War Eagles
have some work to do to come together as
a team, but the first match gave signs of
what may be a very strong squad against a
good NFC team.
Amber Annand was the setter, and Ki-
ara Gay helped set the tone for the match
with her play. Hannah Lovestrand, Kristin
Mathers, Megan McCallistei, Effie Mines-
terio and Amber Perkins all contributed to
the victory.
"It was a good way to open the season,"


said Coach Shelly Moore. "The girls are
excited and everyone is working hard."
Wakulla will hit the road for two
matches this week. District rival Panama
City Beach Arnold hosted Wakulla Tuesday,
Aug. 22, and Florida High will host Wakulla
on Thursday, Aug. 24.
On Tuesday, Aug. 29, district foe East
Gadsden hosts WHS, and Maclay will come
to Medart on Thursday, Aug. 31,for the first
home match of the season.
Follbwing the Wakulla Middle School
Tournament at WHS on Saturday, Sept. 2,
WHS travels to Panama City Bay for another
district match on Tuesday, Sept. 5.


Bishop Takes Helm For WHS Soccer
The 2006-2007 Wakulla High held from 6 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. Association of Intercollegiate pientar@wakulla.kl2
School Lady War Eagle soccer The actual tryouts will be held Athletics (NAIA). Prior to col- Wakulla opens t
season will begin with. an in- at WHS Oct. 9 through Oct. 13. lege, she led her high school Oct. 30 against Linc
formational meeting forparents The new varsity coach is soccer team, the North Fort lahassee. The first h
and players: at the WHS media Jessica Bishop. Bishop serves Myers Red Knights, to a district will be played Nov.
center at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. on the board of directors of the championship in 1998. districtrival Panama
29. Tallahassee Soccer Association. Coach Bishop was a goal- Arnold.


Preseason conditioning will
also be taking place .at WHS
from Sept. 5 until Oct. 5. Play-
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and junior varsity soccer should
plan to attend the conditioning
sessions. ,
The sessions will be held
from 3 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. on
Monday, Wednesday and Fri-
day. The Tuesday and Thursday
conditioning sessions will be


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States Soccer (USL) League W-
League is the highest level of
women's soccer in the U.S. and
Canada.
Coach Bishop played col-
legiate soccer at' Lee University
in Cleveland, TN where she
competed in the TranSouth Ath-
letic Conference of the National


keeper who garnered confer--
ence and team honors for her
role on the team. She also
played for the Cape Coral Cy-
clones in southwest Florida.
The coaching staff 't WHS
includes returning JV Coach Ra-
chel Pienta and assistants David
Pienta and Joe Walker.
'For more information about
tryouts, call Dr. Rachel Pienta at
WHS at 926-7125 or e-mail her at


County Worried About Staph Infections


Wakulla County Health De-
:partment officials are warning
high school and middle school
athletes about the dangers of
Sstaph bacteria that is found
on the skin or in the nose of
healthy individuals.
Tallahassee Memorial Hospi-
tal sent an expert, nurse Sherry
Wisham, to speak in Wakulla
County about skin infection's
last week. She warned athletes


and parents to wash 'hnds
with soap and water as often as
possible; do not share personal
items with others; do not share
towels, clothing or bedding
with others; shower daily; and
wash all clothes and linens in
hot soapy water and bleach if:
appropriate. Dry clothing in a
hot dryer to kill the bacteria.
The PowerPoint presenta-
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middle schools and Aug. 17 at
Wakulla High.
The bacteria can be fatal; a
Leon County teen died fronir the
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was also designed to inform
educators about the need to
sanitize equipment and mats
used by' athletes.
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School


WHS Gives Freshmen

Chance For Sneak Peek


01 Nearly 40 students in the
13: Class of 2010 got a jump on
their education this summer as
ii they participated in a new high
'9' school prep class offered for free
-ab at Wakulla High School.
mi Eligible incoming freshmen
,.Jn were invited to earn a high
!l school credit and boost their
chances of success in the ninth
ilv grade, said Superintendent Da-
"i vid Miller.
Thirty-seven teenagers took
advantage of the class, which
ran in two 10-day sessions with
different students in each ses-
sion. Experienced Wakulla High
School reading teachers Sharon
Odiorne and Karrie Musgrove
taught the small groups.
While reading and study
skills were a main focus, stu-
dents got to tour the school,
figure out their fall bus routes.
learn to manage the cafeteria
and feel more comfortable
about starting at a new. larger
school in August.


their textbooks to increase their
chances' of success in those
classes. Transportation and
lunch were available during the
program.
"This was the first summer
we offered this class and we
really didn't know if students
would participate," Miller said.
"It was gratifying to see them
realize that investing time in
the summer would help them
be better prepared to succeed
in ninth grade. If they make it
through ninth grade success-
fully, we know they have a bet-
ter chance to graduate."
Of the students who par-
ticipated. 24 percent earned an
"A" and 50 percent earned a
"B." Students can use this first
grade as a half-credit of reading.
toward the 24 credits needed for
graduation.
"Some of them are starting
with a perfect 4.0 average, and
that can only help give them
a great introduction to high


S' The students also previewed school success." Miller said.

Wakulla High Starts New

|Year With High Hopes

Wakulla High School is on teachers and students for the
its way to becoming an "A" new dress code has been re-
school. markable. Students have been
The year started early for very receptive to the changes
teachers with a Data Day on in the code, and only a few in-
Monday. Aug. 7. The first half cidences were reported on the
s of the day was spent catching first day of school.
up with the latest technology
Available to teachers.
Specific Web sites that al- I
low for access to students re- -
cords in academic areas were
explored. These sites will give
teachers information to help in
specific needs and goals that
are appropriate for individual
achievement.
The second half of the day
was a workshop that presented
the newly adopted. district-wide
"Six Traits Writing" process.
Teachers 'ftom bd'h" rn iddle '
and hli~i' schools were in at- "
tendance.
"Six Traits" presenter Penny
Bedell was very pleased with
( the turn out, and was quoted
A. saying that the new school
writing program was sure to in-
crease scores on Florida Writes
r- as well as providing a uniform
for all grade-level teachers to
follow.
SOpen house was held on
Thursday, Aug. 10. And accord- '
ing to assistant principal Jackie
High, it was the best attended
event since she has been at the -
school.
Parents were intrigued with
the changes at the high school,
and much was said about the
positive atmosphere that was
evident.
Enthusiasm from parents,

Students .

Enjoy Trip

To Europe
'Four Wakulla County students
traveled to Europe as part of the
cultural People To People pro-
gram. created by the late Presi-
Sdent Dwight D' Eisenhower.
The group of Wakulla 12- to 'I ,
14-year-olds included Shane Mat- r
thews. Joseph McClendon. Jas-
mine Green and Malcolm Kelly.
The students enjoyed the sites of
Italy including Rome, the Vatican .
and Roman Coliseum. Stops in '
France included Nice and three
days with a French host family I
while Spain featured visits to.
Barcelona and Madrid. 6 ."
The 29 students represented
several Big Bend counties in
Florida as well as Thomasville,
GA. They left Florida on June .
13 and returned home on July
2. The purpose of the program
is to expose young people to
other cultures and create a better
understanding of people in dif-
ferent parts of the world.
,,Families of the students held
a barbecue picnic at Wakulla
Springs State Park on Saturday,
Aug. 5, Approximately;/100 peo-
ple attended the picnic including
student delegates, leaders and
parents. The student delegates
.earned a high school credit
as a result of their European "
journey. '


Band Offers Variety Of Fundraisers


The Wakulla High School marching band
will be holding many fundraisers during
the school year to purchase larger instru-
ments needed for the school, The band is
also purchasing new uniforms for the 2007
football season.
The band is selling raffle tickets for $1
each. The prizes include a free month at
Curves; $25 gift certificate to Canine Clips;
30-minute Marsha Wood massage; Super
Suds car detailing; $20 gift certificates from
T-n-T Canoe Rental; four $12 dinner cards


at the Seineyard; five tanning visits at Sun
Shack; and a black and white television
with AM/FM radio from Edie Brandt.
The prizes will be given away at halftime
of the WHS-NFC football game Friday, Aug.
25. The band will have a table at the en-
trance of Reynolds Stadium to sell tickets
and other items, such as red, white and
blue leis, personal battery-operated fans
and car flags.
Another fundraiser has been set up for
the band by Marty Libby, owner of Premier


Motors. Libby will donate $250 from each
vehicle purchase if the buyer makes refer-
erice to the band during the sale.
The band also has spaces available on
the Wakulla-Opoly board game for patron
ads. The ads are $50 each and go in the
center section of the board. Patron ads can
be businesses, churches, civic organization,
individuals or in memory of an individual.
For more information on any of the fund-
raisers, call Edie Brandt at 926-6062 or Cathy
Vautier at 926-4487.


Reich Honored With College Scholarship


David Reich was recently,
awarded the Sen. Robert C.
Byrd Honors Scholarship. The
Robert C. Byrd Honors Scholar-
ship Program was established
by Congress to honor outstand-
ing high school graduates who
show promise of continued
academic achievement.
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through the U.S. Department
of Education and administered


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Education.
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high school is recommended
for the scholarship based on
the student's cumulative, un-
weighted grade-point average
and ACT score.
Former Wakulla High School
Principal Randy Newland rec-
ommended Reich for the schol-
arship at the close of the school


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Outdoors


August is typically the "dog
days" of summer but somebody
Forgot to tell the fish that.
Fishing continues to be good
Throughout our area despite the
hot weather. Let's just hope it
continues into the fall.
MikeHopkins at Lanark Vil-
lage said there were more boats
than he has seen in a while and
fishing continues to be good.
There are not as many big trout
being caught but plenty are still
there. Live pilchards are the first
choice, shiner tails are working
.well and live shrimp and the
Berkley Gulp are working.
Plenty of reds are being
Caught around the docks and
'from the Tiki Hut on the Car-
rabelle River up past the bridge.
There are lots of bait shrimp in


By GEORGE WEYMOUTH
Brenda Strickland of Craw-
fordville's Barber Shoppe and
her husband, Gene, put in at
SJack Larigston's landing in the
Smith Creek area of Wakulla
County. The Ochlockonee was
their. destination. They hadn't
been on the river long when
Sa goose sized pink bird flew
Over along the river-was it a
flamingo?
SA few bends in the river later,
there was their answer. The bird
|had landed and was feeding
in its typical manner. It was a
Roseate Spoonbill (Ajai ajaia)
[swinging its spotolate-shaped
Smandibles back and forth half
Submerged as the lovely bird
waded along trying to snap,
.down on a fish, crawdad or
Whatever might become prey.
i Needless to say, they; nor I,
would ever expect this species
Sof wader to ever be seen in the
river section of the Ochlock-
onee; perhaps the bay part, but
'not the upper stretch.
Actually, these birds do
wander along our coast every
summer and occasionally are
recorded in the St. Marks Na-
tional Wildlife Refuge. Every
other year, two or three may
be observed in the refuge. but
this summer for the last few
weeks, there have been about
two dozen. :
In the Everglades National
Park'they may be seen in the
Smangrove estuaries nearly year
round. They even nest down


the river and they are bringing
the reds in.
Spanish continue to be
caught in good numbers on Dog
Island Reef and the east end of
Dog Island. Throw in some big
ladyfish and plenty of blues and
you can make the day out there
and never have to move.
Snapper are being caught in
80 feet of water and about the
only grouper out there seem to
be red grouper. The only black
grouper Mike is hearing about
are coming from .40 to 50 feet
of water. Kings are still around
and some cobia.
Denise at Jerry's Bait and
Tackle said they were extremely
busy this past weekend and saw
and heard about a lot of fish,
especially big reds. The mouth


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there. By mid-February, the vivid
adults and their paler young,
have reached Sanibel Island's
J.N. "Ding" (where I saw them
by the hundred while guiding
there for 15 years) Darling Na-
tional Refuge, and soon invade
Tampa Bay for the summer.
Seeing them in the record
number this summer in Wakulla
County's bay waters in unique-
hopefully it'll become a trend.'
These birds range from Mid-
dle America, Northeast Colum-
bia, Venezuela and Guyana to
Southern California and South
Florida. Through, the winter
months, they breed on Sandy,
Tern and Joe Keys (and other
Southern Florida Keys) from
November through March. They
nest in the winter
Then they disperse 200-400
miles north up to the Louisiana
coasts from Texas and points
south and from the Iqeys to
our region. The young have a
feathered head and are basically
white with pink wings. In about
nto to three years they become
sexually mature and lose their
head feathers ending up with


From The Dock

BY CAPT. JODY CAMPBELL


of the St. Marks and mouth
of the East River are real good
right now. Robby and Ryan
Robinson fished with their dad
at the mouth of East River and
caught quite a few reds using
live shrimp. Robby released one
that was 28 inches.
Jim Hage fished Thursday
and Sunday of last week and
caught quite a few reds and
some'trout. John Vickers fished
the i south of East River and
'Ali


a rather ugly, greenish naked
head. But, the body of the adult
is all pink except for the neck
which is white.
There's a tuft of feathers
on the chest that is crimson
and the same color shades the
"shoulders" of the wing (actu-
ally the leading edge when fly-
ing). The tail is orange.
From a distance, these "Flor-
ida Flamingos" as they're often
called are a beautiful pink and
really stand out. So when you
are along the local coastal areas
think pink! You just might be
lucky and see a few.
I went to the refuge on Sun-
day afternoon looking for them,
but the three hours I was there,
numerous other birds kept me
from getting to Stony Bayou No.
2, where I was informed they
might be, I did record about 45
other species including seven
Reddish Egrets, Marbled God-
wits, and a Avocet, plus perhaps
20 or more of the comical Black-
necked stills.
The Lighthouse Pool w'as
alive with waders and other
beach birds.


caught two nice reds while
George Julovich fished at the
lighthouse and caught six nice
reds and kept one.
John Holloway fished in
seven to. 10 feet of water and
caught plenty of trout but said
most of them were small.
Chuck Collins and Randall
Odom fished around Gray Mare
and came in with two limits
of trout. William and Spencer
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Date High Low High Low
Thu 3.5 ft. 1.1 ft. 4.0 ft. 0.4 ft.
Aug 24, 06 3:33 AM 9:09 AM 3:13 PM 9:47 PM
Fri 3.6 ft: 0.9 ft. 3.9 ft., .0.5 ft.
Aug 25 06 3-55 AM 9-44 AM 3:46 PM 10:07 PM
Sat ,37tT 0 8 3.9ft. '0.7 ft.
Aug 26, 06 4.16 AM 10:17 AM 4:19 PM 10:28 PM
Sun 3.7 ft. 0.7 ft. 3.7 ft. 0.9 ft.
Aug_27 06 4 35 AM 10:50 AM 4:54 PM 1050 PM
Mon 3 7 t 0 7 1. 3 5 ft 1 2 1.
Aug 28. 064:54 AM 11:24 AM 5:33 PM 11:15 PM
Tue 3 7 ft 0.7 h. 3.3 ft 1.5 ft.
Aug 29,06 5.14 AM 12-02 PM 6:19 PM 11:45 PM
Wed 13.6 h 0- 81 3 0 h.
Aug 30, 06 5:37 AM 12:51 PM ;7:18 PM


Alligator Point, Ochlockonee Bay

Date High Low High Low
Thu 2 6 f 08ft 3.0ft 0 3 ft.
Aug 24._06_ 3-25 AM 9 20 AM 3 05 PM 9 58 PM
Fn 2 7 h. 06ft 30 h. 04 ft.
Aua 25, 06 3_47 AM 9.55 AM 3-38 PM 10:18 PM
Sat 2.8 ft. 061 29 h. 0.5 ft
Aug 26. 06 4:08 AM 10:28 AM 4:11 PM 10:39 PM
Sun 2.8 ft 0.5 H. 2.8 t 0.7 ft.
Aug27, 06 4 27_AM 11-01 AM 4 46 PM 11_01 PM
Mon 2 8 h 0.5 h. 2.6 ft. 0.8 ft.
Aug 28,06 4-46 AM 11.35AM 5.25 PM 1126PM
Tue 2.8 h. 0 5 ft 2.4 ft. 1 1 h.
Aug 29.06 5-06 AM 12 13 PM 6-11 PM 11.56 PM
Wed 2 7 ft. 0.6 ft. 2 2 ft.
Aug 30, 06 5.29 AM 1 02 PM 7.10 PM


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Date High Low High Low High
Thu 3.3 ft. 1.0 ft. 3.7 ft. 0.4ft.
Aug 24, 06 4:09'AM 10:13 AM 3:49 PM 10:51 PM
Fn 3.4 ft. 0.8 ft. 3.7 h 0.5 ft
Aug 25, 06 4 31 AM 10:48 AM 4:22 PM 11-11 PM
Sat 34 ft. i07ft 36 h. 06 ft.
Aug 26.06 4:52 AM 11.21 AM 4 55 PM 11.32 PM
Sun 3.5 ft. 0.6 ft. 3.4 ft. 0.8 ft.
Aug 27, 06 5:11 AM 11 54 AM 5:30 PM 11-54 PM
Mon 3.5 ft. 0 6 ft. 3.3 f1.
Aug 28, 06 5.30 AM 12:28 PM 6:09 PM
Tue 1.1 n 34 1. 061h 30ft
Aug29. 06 12.19 AM 550 AM i.06 PM 6:55 PM
Wed 13 ft. 3.4 ft 0 7 t. 28 ft.
Auq 30,;06 12:49 AM 6:13 AM 1:55 PM 7:54 PM


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Date High Low High Low
Thu 2.7 ft. 1.1 ft. 3 1 ft. 0.4 ft.
Aug 24, 06 3 17 AM 8:48 AM 257 PM 9:26 PM
Fn 2.8 ft. 09ft. 3.1 ft. 0.5 ft.
Aug25, 06 3 39 AM 9 23 AM 3:30 PM 9.46 PM
Sat 2.9 ft.. 0.7 h. 3.0 ft. 0.7 ft.
Aug 26, 06 4*00 AM 9:56 AM 4-03 PM 10:07 PM
Sun 2.9 ft. 0 7 ft. 2.9 ft. 0.9 ft
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Mon 2.9 ft 0.6 f. 2.7 ft. 1.1 ft.
Aug 28. 06 4:38 AM 11-03 AM 5:17 PM 10"54 PM,
Tue 2 9 ft. -0.7 ft. 2.5 1. 1.4 t.
Aug 29. 06 458 AM 11:41 AM 6:03 PM 11 24 PML
Wed 2 8 ft. 0.8 ft 2.3 ft.
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Lower Anchorage
West Pass


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 3.6 ft. 1.2 ft. 4.1 ft. 0.4 ft.
Aug 24. 06 3:30 AM 9-06 AM 3:10 PM 9:44 PM
Fri 3.7 h. 1 0 f 401ft 06 h.
Aug 25, 06 3:52 AM 9:41 AM 3:43 PM 10:04 PM
Sat 3.8 ft 0.8 ft. 3 9 f 0.8 ft.
Aug 26 06 4 13 AM 110.14 AM 4 16 PM 10:25 PM
Sun 3.8 ft. 0 7 t 3. 3 8 A. 1..0 ft.
Aug27, 06 432AM 10 47 AM 4:51 PM 10-47 PM
Mon 3.8 ft. 0.7 it. 3 6 ft 1.3 h
Aug 28.06 451 AM 11:21 AM 5.30 PM 11-12PM
Tue 3 8 f. 0 8 h. 3.3 ft 1 6 ft.
Aug 29.:06 5:11 AM 11:59 AM :16: PM 11:42 PM
Wed 3.7 1. 08h 3.0 h.
Aug 30, 06 5-34 AM 12-48 PM 7:15 PM ,


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Aug 24. 06 3_59 AM 8:29 AM _2-3 PM 9-10 PM
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Aug 25. 06 4'05 AM 9:04 AM 327 PM 9-23 PM
Sat 2.9 ft. 1.1 ft T2 8 ft 1. -oh
Aug 26, 06 4 13 AM 9:39 AM 4-14 PM 9:35 PM
Sun 3 1 ft. 0.9 ft 2.7 f 1.2 ft
Aug 27. 06 4:24 AM_ 10:14 AM 5 06 PM 9-48 PM
Mon 3.2 ft. 0 8 t1. '2 5 11. 1.4 f
Aug_28. 06 4.39 AM 10.51 AM 16.06 PM 10 05 PM
Tue 3 3 ft. 0.7 ft 2.4 ft 1 7 t.
Aug 29, 06 4.59 AM 11:34 AM 17:23 PM 10:22 PM
Wed 3.4 ft. 0.6 ft. 2.4h1. 1.9ft
Aug 30, 06 5:24 AM 12:31 PM .9 21 PM 10 23 PM


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AUXILIARY REPORTS


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By JIM MCGILL
Bob Morgan and John Edring-
ton went to Coast Guard Station
Panama City and acquired the
parts needed to fix the Shell
Point light.
While there, they asked
some of the Coast Guard Aids
people about what could have
caused the damage to the light.
Their opinion is that it was
not gunfire as we previously
thought.,but that the solar cell
was directly struck by lightning
and the air inside of the light
expanded so that the plastic
lens just disintegrated from the
intense heat.
Jim McGill. Bob Morgan, Glen
Edrington and John Edrington
went back out to the Shell Point
Tripod and installed the new
parts. The Shell Point light is
now operational. The waves
.were too high to do the repairs
to the tripod, so we plan to re-
turn soon to replace.the broken
braces, .
'We came to the conclusion'
that if the Bird Flu ever reaches
North America, the first to get
it will probably be a "Coastie"
working on a navigation light.
You should see the fertilizer
That the birds leave on the Shell
SPoint Tripod. It is no wonder the
light lens has a large point.'

We would like to welcome'
Sa new member to the auxiliary
this week. Wes Lee, of Craw-
fordville. has completed the
new member orientation and
Shis fingerprints and paperwork
have been sent to Coast Guard
New Orleans for processing.
Wes was a guest a few weeks'
ago when we were doing on-
S the-water training for Flotilla 13
and must have enjoyed the ex-
perience. Along with two other
recent additions to Flotilla 13,
Yvette Graham and Aiden Brain-
ard, Wes will be taking the crew
qualification program and will
soon be on the water.
Why Join The Auxiliary?,
Be part of the action and
help save lives,
Since the recreational boat-
ing population in the United
States is growing rapidly, the
Coast Guard Auxiliary needs
a few good men and women
like you.
As an auxiliarist, you will
have the opportunity to se-


Boating Emergencies ,- -

Coast Guard Station'
Panama City ..:......................... I i850 234-4228
Coast Guard Station'
Yankeetown ............ ...... .......... .... 1 3521 447-6900
6Cast Guard Auxiliar
St. M arks i Flotilla 121 ...................................... 1 i850i 906-0540
or ............................... ................................. ........ ..... 893-5137
Shell Point i Flotilla 13 ..................................... I (850) 926-2606
or .. ............................ ................................. 926-5654


Wes Lee
lect and participate in oie or'
more of the Auxiliary's major
programs. If you feel strongly
about the rewards you can get
.from serving your community,'
the Coast Guard Auxiliary is
the right place for you either
through on-water' operations,
the Auxiliary's public education
program, courtesy examination
program, radio watch-starider;
Coast Guard recruiting, marine
environmental protection or
Coast Guard administration.
SIncrease your skills
'The Auxiliary and the Coast
Guard provide specialized train-
ing on all aspects of boating, as
well as leadership, and admin-
istration. Auxiliarists receive
valuable training in Seamanship
and related skills, and they en-
joy the sense of confidence of
knowing that they are better
and safer boaters.
Support the coast guard.
Auxiliarists provide direct
operational and administrative
support to many local Coast
Guard units. You can wear the
.Coast Guard Auxiliary uni-
form and become part of Team
Coast Guard. When you qualify
through training, you can take
part in search and rescue opera-
tions, stand radio watch at the
Shell Point station, work with
the marine safety office on pol-
lution matters, or work in the
recruiting office.


Serve your community
Auxiliarists aren't paid with
money, but satisfaction. We
furnish and maintain our own
equipment and can choose to
participate at a level tailored to
our individual capabilities. We
provide boating safety classes
for youth and adults and ex-
amine recreational vessels for
safety equipment to ensure that
our neighbors will be safe on
the waterways.
Enjoy fun and fellowship
In all activities, enjoy fel-
lowship-the good company of
other auxiliarists at meetings
and training sessions, on patrol
and other missions, and at cer-
emonies and social events. One
of the Auxiliary's trademarks is
good old-fashioned hospitality.
Friends, neighbors and inter-
ested members of the public are
always welcome to attend one
of our flotilla meetings.
In addition, 'dedication to
boating safety provides the
atmosphere for getting together
to swap boating experience
and participate in cruises and
rendezvous. You'll find a special
camaraderie among auxiliarists
that's hard to beat.
There's time to relax and
have fun at Auxiliary outings,
training sessions, patrols, CMEs,
classes and conferences. Auxilia-
rists make lasting and meaning-
ful friendships. Knowing that
you belong to a special group of
people and directly participate
in helping save lives gives your.
Auxiliary membership a special
meaning.
For more information about
joining the Auxiliary e-mail
me at Jimmcgill@comcast.
net or call 926-5654 and leave
a message.

Carolyn Brown Treadon of
Flotilla 12 sends us this re-
port.


Coast Guard Practice Towing


This has been a busy week
for Flotilla' 12. All week, mem-
bers reviewed their crew manu-
als and practiced knots and
procedures in preparation for
our "re-qualify" day Saturday.
We began the day at the' St.
Marks Volunteer Fire Station
with a review on towing proce-
dures presented by our Division
QE, Mark Rosen. Aiden Brainard
joined us from Flotilla 13 to
begin his on-the-water qualifica-
tions for crew certification..
It was a great opportunity
for us to get to know himl Our
Flotilla Commander, Tim Ash-
ley, also reviewed the required
.equipment for PFDs (personal
flotation devices or life preserv-
ers). We were split into two
groups and made our way to
Shell Island Fish Camp.
After a thwarted attempt to
start our de-watering pump,
we acknowledged defeat and
packed the pump back up. It
appears that the hot weather
and long-term storage took its
toll on the pump and we.were
not able to get it going. Hope-
fully with a bit of TLC it will be
up and running again,
With that behind us, we set
off to prepare for the training
under the watchful eye of Mark
Rosen. We executed two towing


evolutions in the channel and
managed to catch the attention
of several other boaters out
enjoying the day.
Thanks to many who
checked to make sure we were
okayi Following each task, our
QE reviewed with us our suc-
cesses and areas that we can
continue to improve.
This brings me to a lesson
for all to learn...when there is a
boat being'towed in the chan-
nel, please remember to slow
down as you pass. Large' waves
make it not only very difficult to
control the towed boat but also


presents a potential dangerous
situation. Any damage to an-
other boat caused by the wake
of a boat is the responsibility
of the boat owner, even if they
were not driving.
As is tradition, we ended
our day with a late lunch at
Riverside. Aiden, we hope you
not only learned a lot, but also
had a good time. We definitely
enjoyed your company! Next
week will be our final Basic
Navigation class of the year. It
will be held Saturday, Aug. 26.
Remember, Safe Boating Is
No Accident!


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SSchool Board, Cour
I t has long heen a goal in of the Tallahassee law firm of
Wakulla County to have'a com- Auisley ,.McMullen.
munity center for local youths.. The c6anty appointed Com-
On Monday, that goal took a missioner Brian Langston to'
step closer to being realized, represent it in the negotiations,
SAfter passing a resolution to The school board has some 66
I llow some of its property at acres in three parcels where
khe new Crawfordville Elemen- the elementary school sits. The
iary to be used for a youth cen- school sits on about 33 acres
Ser, the Wakulla County School of the property, which extends
Board was so pleased that after from Wakulla Arran Road to
adjourning its oivn meeting, Rock Hole Road and is bordered
Sll five members and Superin- by Fulton-Harvey Road. The
tendent David Miller walked school board is considering
over to the county commission allowing the county to lease
F meeting a few blocks away to property off Fulton-Harvey.
Snake a presentation. Miller noted that the district
Superintendent Miller told could certainly spare two acres
--commissioners that the resolu- or three for.the project.
tion sets out ground rules for The county commission al-
working out,-a lease for some ready has a $400,000 federal ap-
of the land at the school site. propriation from Congressman
The, school board will be rep- Allen Boyd for the center. With
,-'"'resented by Margaret Ausley the property issue seemingly re-

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to make a motion, Conimis- Mowrey concluded.
Ssioner Howard Kessler got his ". -
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:Ron Mowrey write an opinion
on whether board members" '
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Somcastito.4hut off cameras." "
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noted that it would mean more
of that money could go towards
the construction of the center
rather than to buy land.
"We want to be partners
and help you solve this issue,"
Miller said.
School Board Chairman Greg
Thomas read the resolution that
his board had approved just
a few minutes before. School
board members Becky Cook,
Jerry Evans, Ray Gray and Mike
Scott stood nearby.,
"Thank you very much,"


Commission Chairman Maxie
Lawhon said, and began to
applaud. "This is something
we've been looking forward to
for quite some time."
Langston has been spear,
'heading the county's efforts.
to find property, and Commis-
sioner Ed Brimner jokingly
thanked Langston for putting
.it in his district.
. "I want to thank the school
board," Commissioner Henry
Vause said. "Our kids really
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Ahrendt


locate property on a map," she said. "One
must be able to work with people from
many walks of life, provide leadership to
a work staff of 14 individuals, plus have a
strong knowledge of the laws and rules that
regulate the ad valorem system."
Ahrendt is a member of the Property
Appraiser's Association legislative commit-
tee and has developed relationships with
appraisers across the state.
"I feel I am the most qualified person to
make the desires of the citizens of Wakulla
County known to our leaders in Tallahas-
see," she said,
Ahrendt graduated from Munroe Day
School, attended Wesleyan College in Ma-,
con, GA, and graduated with a bachelor's
degree in Business from Florida State Uni-
versity in 1984.
She has taken additional coursework in
public administration, administrative law,
urban and regional planning and adminis-
trative budgeting.
She recently completed the International.
Association of Assessing Officers education


Trial

neighbor and later a friend
of the victim's father. Lewis
and the girl allegedly began a
flirtatious relationship and, in
September 2004, a few.weeks
shy of the girl's 13th birthday,
she climbed out of her bedroom
window and ran off with Lewis.
'She was the subject of an Amber
Alert for several days until Lew-
is and the girl were captured in
, suburban Atlanta.
Fulford described how a
friend was providing Lewis and
the girl with a motel room and
money in Douglasville. outside
S Atlanta. As the searchers closed
in, on Lewis and the friend
received phone calls from the
FBI. the friend reportedly cut
ties with Lewis, and he and the
girl spent a night in the woods
before a police officer saw the
two on the side of the road.
When it was the turn OfLew-
is' lawyer, Lynn Alan Thompson,
to address the jury, he began:
S"Surprisingly, a good deal of
,what Ms. Fulford presented,
we don't disagree with." ;He
contended that while the victim
was chronologically young. she
was mature both physically and
emotionally.


SPickin'
different songs."
Newman added that senior
citizens enjoy the old stuff"
and get up and dance from time
to time.
"It's a way to give back," New-
man said. "It's a good meeting
place. It's hard to find a place
big enough to play."
Pickin' and Grinnin' started
playing at the Wakulla County
Library prior to the opening of
the new senior citizen center.
Goffinet estimated that the
band has played for six years.
"I did it at the library, too,"
he said. "It's for the satisfac-'
tion of giving somebody a little
of your time, and for our own,!
pleasure." .
Rinkel and Todd continue
to play despite their advancing
ages. "I'm kicking, but not too
high," joked Todd.
"I just enjoy playing in public
and keeping up my playing,"\:
1 said Batson., .
"I have to keep these guys
straight," said Esther Pelt" "I
have played harmonica for more
than 50 years. All of us just en-
joy playing: We play'old songs
and sometimes they (senior citi-
zens) will join in and sing."
Senior center employee Ann
Ross broke into a smile as she
neared the musicians. "The se-
niors just enjoy itso much." she
said. "We probably have 75 for
lunch (on play days). They love
this activity."
Wakulla Senior Citizen Cen-
ter Director R.H. Carter said he
has enjoyed watching the senior
citizens interact over the past
few years.
"They have a ball out there,"'
Carter said. "There weren't
many men dancing at first. It
probably took two years for a
man to finally ask a woman to
dance. It's quite common now.
The band has just as much fun
as the people listening. They
don't practice together. They
just come,"
Diane Lanter has worked for
the senior citizens in many ca-
pacities, including driving them
from their homes to the center
for activities.
S. tI's _absolutely wonderful,"
she said. "It brings the seniors
in who don't come in any other
time of the week. Anyone can
walk in off the street and play.
The only thing we don't have is
a piano player. Sometimes the


requirements for her Certified Florida Ap-
praiser designation by receiving more than
130 hours of classroom training since taking
office in May 2005.
Gov. Jeb Bush appointed Ahrendt to the
post after the death of former Property Ap-
praiser Ronnie Kilgore.
She worked for the State Board of Ad-
ministration from 1984 to 2001 as a financial
analyst.
After the birth of her son, she received
her real estate license and sold real estate.
In December 2003, she began working for
the St. Joe Company where she stayed un-
til accepting the appointment as Wakulla
County Property Appraiser.
Ahrendt said she is proud of her accom-
plishments since taking office. The office
was under two administrative orders from
the state and needed an updating of equip-
ment, practices and policies.
She added that her office has since
provided better financial records, added
equipment and began renewing Homestead
Exemptions automatically.


She pursued the relation-
ship with Lewis, Thompson
said, making phone calls and
writing him letters. The girl's
mother found a torn-up note
she had written about Lewis
and forbade further contact, but
it continued. Of them running
away together, Thompson said,
"Anything that happened, hap-
pened because she wanted it
to happen."
The first witness was the
girl's mother, who tearfully de-
scribed finding that her,daugh-
ter was missing the morning of
Sept. 19, 2004. The girl wasn't in
bed, the window was open and
the screen knocked out. There
was no note,
At the time of the abduction,
the mother made tearful pleas
for her daughter's return. Four
days after her disappearance.
,she received a phone call from
the sheriff's office saying her
daughter had been found. She
drove all night to Atlanta to
pick up the girl and described
a spiteful reunion in which the
girl told her she hated her and
blamed her for having Lewis
arrested.
The mother said that, after a
lot of talking, crying and fight-
ing, her daughter began to see
that what she went through


place is completely full."
The best thing about Pickin'
and Grinnin' each week,' said
Donna Newman, Frank's wife,
is "nobody is in charge. They
just play."
Senior center officials wel-
come visitors to the center at
any time, but the musical crew
can be heard from 10 a.m. until
noon every Tuesday and Friday.
The center is located on Michael
Drive near the health depart-
ment building and sheriff's
office;


"The office was 20 years behind the
times when I took office," she said. "It is
unbelievable in this day and age for offices
not to make use of computer technology.
I look forward to sharing resources with
other county offices by inviting those of-
fices to link into our phone system and
to work with us in expanding our GIS
mapping systems for coordinated use by.
all county offices that need accurate map
information in carrying out their respective
functions.
"By doing this, we will reduce waste
and duplication of effort, saving Wakulla
taxpayers thousands, possibly hundreds of
thousands, of dollars."
"With growth comes increased demand
for services," she said. The number of par-
cels in the county has climbed from 20,934
in 1999 to 24,159 in 2005.
Ahrendt's husband. Kurt, is at attorney,
and their son, John, is a third-grader at
Shadeville Elementary School. Ahrendt, a
Republican, will face Democratic challenger
Donnie Sparkman in the Nov. 7 General
Election.


wasn't love. "It was sickness,"
she said.
The girl's father also was
called as a witness. He appeared
dressed in an inmate's orange
jumpsuit, with handcuffs and
leg irons. The jury was not told
that he is currently serving 60
years in prison for a sexual re-
lationship with his daughter's
best friend, who was also 12.
Lewis showed very little
emotion during the first day
of trial as he sat at the defense
table in a dress blue shirt and
gray pants,:
The trial, which is being
presided over by Circuit Judge
N. Sanders Sauls. is expected to
take three days.


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Page 16-THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Aug. 24, 2006


Business


Woodlands Title Stays Busy


By GEORGE GRIFFIN
Special to The Wakulla News
Pat Foe, owner of Woodlands
Title, can often be seen walking
across Crawfordville Highway to
run title searches at the county
courthouse.
She and her husband Peter,
now deceased, bought the
business in 1989 from Amelia
Rowell and chose as their office
space the "log cabin" built by
Tommy Rowell.
Woodland Title offers title-
related services for real estate
clients, searches, title insurance
and closings.
"In this work," Pat Foe ex-
plained, "you must search out
all the details, pull them to-
gether in a timely fashion, at the
same time creating a genuine
atmosphere of trust and con-
fidence."
Talking with Pat Foe, you
can see that she is up for the
challenge .of crafting a service
vehicle to get her clients from
point A to point B. And that
is important considering that
for most, this will be the larg-
est single investment in their
lifetime.
She works at letting people
know she enjoys helping them
and that they are important.
Thriving on the accomplish-
ment of providing title services,
Foe said she, "stays alert to the
nuances of the details of each
client's situation."
Sometimes, there are strong,
emotions for her clients, such as


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Pat Foe, Cheryl Bliss and Felicia Ryals


a divorce or if there has been a
death in the family or perhaps
troubling financial hardship. Pat
Foe said she tries to walk them
through it.
There are three employees
working with Pat at Woodland'
Title. Cheryl Bliss, who has
been with Pat for nine years,
and Renee Lawhon assists in
the office. Felicia Ryals works
in the front office.
Foe said she is proud to have
many return clients over the
years, and they also bring in
new clients.
When asked what was her
greatest pleasure and joy in the


business she did not hesitate
to say, "a sense of accomplish-
.ment.
."The stress level is off the
scale. You have to have the
desire to get everything just
right and stay pleasant through
it all." '
Woodlands Title is located
at 3079 Crawfordville' Highway.
Foe can be contacted at 926-
7501.


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* County Commission
* District II
I want to thank you for your
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* II Commissioner.
I support the following issues:
i Road Paving Scholarships for our kids
4 Laning Hwy. 319 Property Rights
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County Budgets Law Enforcement *
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"This week I have answered
the phones and made copies."
said Nicole Rodgers. "I don't
know what next will bring, but
I'm ready. I'm really glad I got
this opportunity."
Rodgers is one of nine stu-
dents at Wakulla Middle School
who participated in the Giv-
iig Back to Wakulla initiative
sponsored by Workforce Plus
the employment development
board that serves both job-seek-
ers aid employers in Wakulla,
Gadsden and Leon counties.
There were three goals for
the project: to provide an in-
troduction to work for the stu-
dents, give exposure to various
businesses in Wakulla County,
and create an opportunity for
the youths to get experience in
their desired field.
"These kids really seemed to
take this opportunity to heart
and make the most of it," said
Workforce CEO Kimberly Moore.
"We heard nothing but acco-
lades from all the employers as
well as the parents."
The nine students who par-
ticipated in the initiativewere
Bailey Burgin, Thomas Creme,
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Yadecia Denmark, Lynn Garrett,
Jeremy Hall, Antonee Kennedy,
Nicole Rodgers, Brandon Rosier
and Whitney Taylor.
The businesses that partici-
pated were Amerifirst Mortgage,
Wakulla Senior Citizens Center,
Workforce Plus, Wakulla 4-H,
Bright Beginnings Daycare,
Wakulla County Commission.
and Talllhassee Conimmunity'
College. '. ", ..
"It was a pleasure to have
these kids come and help out,"
said Lucy Ward of Bright Begin-
nings. "They were great with
the children and a joy to be
around."
Talks are under way between
Workforce and Wakulla Middle
School to continue the project
through the school year and
next summer.
If you are interested in par- *
ticipating in the project as a host
site, sponsor or guest speaker,,
please contact Kimberly Moore
at 414-6085.


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FOR OUR CHILDREN
Our generation must
preserve the quality of
life in Wakulla County so
our children can
Continue to enjoy the
benefits of this special
community my home
for over 20 years.,
I really love and care
S, about Wakulla County
and now that I am
retired, I have the time to
work for you. I will lead
and inspire our citizens
to work together as a
.. community, respecting
one another, to enhance
the quality of life for all.


As Your Commissioner I Will Work 7b:
* Keep our excellent school system a priority
* Increase youth programs and work to build
a Youth Center
* Make improvements to existing parks and
add new ones as needed
* Promote awareness of the health services
available in our community
* Continue litter and large debris control
efforts
* Support local law enforcement efforts
concerning animal control and traffic issues
* Plan for controlled growth to preserve our
coastal traditions and lifestyle
* Establish infrastructure consistent with
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THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Aug. 24, 2006 Page 17
i


Newport Park To Get Facelift


Fall tourism and hunting sea-
son are just around the corner
and Wakulla County Parks and
Recreation Director Ray Gray is
-moving forward with plans to
meet park demands.
Gray is working to reopen the
recently closed Newport Park
Campground on U.S. Highway
98 near the St. Marks National
Wildlife Refuge entrance.
Commissioners voted to
close the park after campers
reported widespread vandalism
along with damaged tables,
a burned-out restroom, uncut
grass and widespread animal
feces in the camping area.
Gray said plans are being
developed' to repair the well
on the property so the Florida
Department of Environmental
Protection can permit it for


public use. Electrical work is
needed at the campground to
bring the restroom facilities
into electrical code. Tiles in the
showers will be replaced, and
plumbing repairs have been
comp leted.
The county also asked Gray
to have a crew grind 45 stumps
on the property, add 15 picnic
tables and 10 trash cans and
place new rock on the facil-
ity road. The total cost of the
project is $26,000. The changes
will allow larger RV campers to
use the site as well as primitive
campsite users.
An insurance claim was filed
by the county after an arsonist
burned the restroom. The insur-
ance company gave the county
$3,800 in the claim, and it has
been used at the site. Gray said


the insurance money, paid for
the plumbing and toilet im-
provements.
County Administrator Joe
Blanchard said the commission
has one-cent local option sales
tax money available to make
the improvements.
"We all want nice parks, but
nice parks are not cheap," said
Commissioner Ed Brimner.
"We've done the plan, let's
fix the park please," said Parks
and Recreation Board President
Philip Vause.
Commissioners voted unani-
mously to move forward with
the repairs.
Gray said many of the park
users are not Wakulla, County
residents, but the facility is
popular because of its location
between Perry and Panacea as


well as being located near the
refuge for special U.S. Fish and
Wildlife functions. Gray added
that the parks and recreation
board has also proposed a dif-
ferent user fee schedule with
slightly higher rates than those
changed before the closure.
State officials once operated
the park, but turned it over to
Wakulla County when it became
a maintenance burden several


years ago.
In another facility matter,
the board agreed'to use public
building impact fee funds to pay
for the design of the new EMS
Station in Wakulla St4tion. The
new station will be the third
EMS facility joining the build-
ing on Trice Lane in Crawford-
ville and the structure off U.S.
Highway 319/98 in Medart.


Sopchoppy Passes On Flouridation


There will not be fluoride
in Sopchoppy water anytime
soon.
Sopchoppy Public Works Su-
pervisor Leonard Tartt reported
to city commissioners at their
meeting on Monday, Aug. 14,
that injecting fluoride into the
water, given the number of
wells and the complexity of the
system, would be prohibitively
expensive.
Sopchoppy is the largest
supplier of water in Wakulla
County, and officials with the
state Department of Health and
the Florida Dental Association
had asked the city in June to
consider adding fluoride as a
means of preventing tooth de-
cay. It was reported that some
grants might be available to
help defray the costs.
Tartt said he met with state
health officials and said they
were surprised that the city's
water system spanned the area


from the Ochlockonee River to,
north of Crawfordville. Tartt
said it was determined that it
wasn't feasible given the num-
ber of wells the city pumps to
have one or two fluoride injec-
tion points in the system.
Tartt said the officials indi-'
cated that they may look at try-
ing to offer fluoride to another
water system in the county
that's more compact.
In other .matters before the
city commission: .
SSopchoppy resident Will
Haynes asked city commission-
ers to consider building some
tennis courts where youngsters
could learn the game.
The city has an old tennis,
court that was built by some
volunteers years ago. But that
court is not regulation size, has
no lighting, and has become
unplayable.
City Commissioner Richard
Harden first brought up the is-


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sue of renovating the old tennis
court, but after further study
found it would be cheaper to
build new courts. City staff have
been looking for grants that
might help pay for the project.
Haynes said it might be pos-
sible for Sopchoppy to apply for
a grant through the U.S. Tennis
Association (USTA) to build
a court. Perhaps racquets' for,
young players could be donated,
he suggested.
The commissioners thanked
Haynes for his input.
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Page 18-THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Aug. 24, 2006


Fire Rescue Report


This past week your volun-
teer fire rescue departments re-
sponded to 10 vehicle crashes, 2
structure fires, 3 miscellaneous
fires, 2 public assistance, and 21
first responder (medical) calls;
The first of the structure fires
was on Syfrett Creek Rd. in the
Sanborn community. The struc-
ture had already collapsed and
was a total loss, by the time the
Sopchoppy Volunteer Fire De-
partment was notified and ar-
rived. Also assisting them were
the Smith Creek and Medart
Volunteer Fire Departments.
The second house fire was
on Elizabeth Street in Craw-
fordville. The power had been
knocked out in the area and
when it was restored the elec-
trical panel in the residence
caught fire. Fortunately the wir-
ing burned out without catching
anything else on fire. This was a
very unusual case because that
is not what normally happens;
the structure usually catches
fire as well. The Crawfordville
Volunteer Fire Department re-
sponded and checked out the
residence using the thermal
imaging camera to be sure there
were not any hot embers hiding


inside of the walls that might
reignite the structure later.

Burn Injuries
Fire kills more than 600 chil-
dren ages 14 and under each
year and injures about 3,400
more; nearly 50 percent of chil-
dren who are injured are under
the age of 5.
Shriners Hospitals for Chil-
dren and the Shriners.of North
America offer these tips to pre-
pare for and the prevention of
burn injuries.

Prepare
Install smoke detectors on
every level of.your home, espe-
cially on the ceiling just outside
of bedroom doors.
Test smoke detectors
monthly, and change batteries
annually.
Maintain a first aid kit in
your home.
Develop an escape plan
and practice it. Make sure each
room in the home has at least
two ways out and keep the es-
cape route clutter-free and have
alternatives in place.
Know emergency numbers
and' information such as your


name, phone number and ad-
dress of the home.

Prevent
Provide continuous super-
vision for your children.
Keep matches and lighters
out of reach.
Keep children away from
stoves, ovens, grills and appli-
ances.
Take extra care when cook-
ing with fryers. Never leave any
cooking appliance unattended.
Set your home's water
heater to the safest setting-120-
125 degrees Fahrenheit.
Run cold water into the tub
first, then add hot water. Keep
children away from faucets.
Never keep gasoline in
your home. Keep it outside in
a well-ventilated area and away
from sources of ignition.
Please consider joining your
local fire department...your
community-needs youl You
may contact you local volunteer
fire chief for information or
call David Harrison, President
of the Wakulla County United
Firefighters Association at presi-
dent@wcuffa.org or call him at
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THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Aug. 24, 2006 Page 19


Sheriff's Report


Wakulla County Sheriff's
Office officials investigated the
theft of a male cockatiel and
home furnishings reported by
Patricia A. Antill of Tallahassee
at a Crawfordville home on Fri-
day, Aug. 18, according to Sheriff
David Harvey.
,The victim was renting a
trailer on Harvey Estates Road
and was in the process of
moving out. The bird, jewelry,
washer and dryer and currency,
valued at $1,935, were taken.
Suspects have been identified.
Lt. Ray Johnson investigated.
In other activity reported by
the Wakulla County Sheriff's Of-
fice during the past week:
SOn Aug. 14, Christy H.
Davis of Crawfordville reported
a vehicle burglary at Cherokee
Sink. While swimming at the
sink with her children, some-
one removed a personal com-
puter assistant, valued at $500,
from her vehicle. Deputy Nick
Petowsky investigated.
On Aug. 17, James M.
Sanders of Sopchoppy reported
a structure fire at his camper
trailer. Deputy.Jason Newlin
observed portions of the struc-
ture on the ground engulfed in
flames wheri he arrived. Sand-
ers escaped from the trailer
without injury. The cause of
the fire is believed to be related
to wiring to a heating element
that was eaten by rats. The fire
was ruled accidental. Sgt. Chris
Savary, Deputy Brad Taylor and
Det. John Zarate also investi-
gated.
On Aug. 16, Glenda E. Web-
ster of Crawfordville reported a
vehicle burglary at her home.


Stereo equipment, valued at
$330, was removed from the
vehicle. Deputy Ward Kromer
investigated.
SOn Aug. 16, Brenda J. Hous-
ton of Crawfordville reported a
structure fire to a Crawfordville
mobile home. The blaze started
in an electrical box and Gregory
D. Houston was able to put out
the fire without the fire depart-
ment. Firefighters arrived on
the scene to make sure the fire
was completely out. Damage
was minimal. Deputy Ward
Kromer investigated.
On Aug. 17, Annie Ruth
Francis of Crawfordville report-
ed the theft of campaign signs
from her property. A suspect
was observed taking campaign
signs off the road. Twelve cam-
paign signs owned by Howard
Kessler and George Green were
taken. They are valued at $5.
each. Deputy Ward Kromer
investigated.
On Aug. 20, Donald W.
Bennett of Crawfordville report-
ed the theft of two children's
bicycles from his home. The
children's bikes are valued at
$70. Sgt. Scott DelBeato inves-
tigated.
SOn Aug. 21, Aubrey W.
Lawhon of Crawfordville report-
ed a grand theft of a Wakulla
County motpr grader. The grad-
er had been left in Newport,
but when Lawhon returned
to it, the equipment had been
moved. The John Deere theft is
still under investigation., Deputy
Nick Boutwell investigated.
SOn Aug. 21; Robert M.
Lashley of Panacea reported a
grand theft of a portable genera-


tor from his shed. The generator
is valued at $900 and has been
entered in the FCIC/NCIC com-
puter. Deputy Donald Newsome
investigated.
On Aug. 19, Aric R. Voort-
ing of Crawfordville reported
a criminal mischief'as a sus-
pect, who has been identified,
dumped sugar into the gasoline
tank of the victim's motorcycle
at his residence. Sgt. Scott Del-
Beato investigated.
On Aug 20, Deputy Evelyn
Brown charged Randall Aaron
Fenner, 45, of Tallahassee with
possession of marijuana follow-
ing a traffic stop in Crawford-
ville. Deputy Brown, observed
a vehicle weaving in and out of
its lane and conducted the traf-
fic stop. The deputy discovered
the marijuana on Fenner when
she patted him down for weap-
ons. Florida Highway Patrol of-
ficials arrived on the scene and
arrested the driver, Tawanna
Hodges, for DUI. Deputy Mike
Kemp also investigated.
On Aug. 18, Jessie L. Frie-
son, 18, of Gretia was issued a
notice fo appear in court follow-
ing a retail theft at Wal-Mart.
Wal-Mart security officials told
investigators 'that the suspect
and two friendsprocured return
decals and were allegedly at-
tempting to return power tools
they had not purchased for
credit The two companions fled
the store and left Frieson be-
hind. She was issued the notice
to appear for petit theft Deputy
Mike Crum investigated.
The Wakulla County Sheriff's
SOffice received 789 calls for ser-
vice during the past week,


Candidates To Speak At Forum


The Wakulla County Cham-
ber of Commerce has invited
the candidates in the primary.
election for local office to speak
with the community at The Bis-
tro at Wildwood on Thursday,
Aug. 31. 2006.
The public is welcome and
encouraged to attend. The can-
didates will answer your ques-
tions as time permits.
Seating is limited so reserva-
tions are a must. The Chamber
is your advocate working with
local and state government to
promote and improve economic
prosperity while protecting the
well-being of our community
and its natural resources.
Make sure your ideas frori
today help pattern the future of
Wakulla business tomorrow.
Listen to your candidates,
decide for yourself, and be sure
to vote. A special buffet din-
ier will also be available, and
reservations for the dinner are
required so that proper prepara-
tions can be made.
The dinner tickets will be
$20, and both reservations
should be made through the

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Page 20-THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Aug. 24, 2006


a Final Summary Judgment of Foreclosure
entered in the above-styled cause, in the Circuit
Court of Wakulla County, Florida, I will sell the
property situated in Wakulla County, Florida,
described as:
COMMENCE AT ST. JOE PAPER
COMPANY PERMANENT REFER-
ENCE MONUMENT MARKING THE
NORTHEAST CORNER OF SECTION
24, TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH; RANGE 1
WEST, WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORI-
DA, AND RUN THENCE NORTH 88
DEGREES 53 MINUTES 20 SEC-
ONDS WEST ALONG THE NORTH
BOUNDARY OF SAID SECTION 24 A
DISTANCE OF 2230.41 FEETTOTHE
NORTHEAST CORNER OF PROP-
ERTY-DESCRIBED IN DEED BOOK
38, PAGE 229-231 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF WAKULLA COUNTY,
FLORIDA THENCE JOUTH 00 DE-
GREES 2, r.li _tiLiTEI 5 SECONDS
EAST ALONGTHE EAST BOUNDARY
OF THE AFOREMENTIONED PROP-
ERTY 626.10 FEETTO THE SOUTH-
EAST CORNER OF SAID PROPERTY,
THENCE NORTH'88 DEGREES
53 MINUTES 20 SECONDS WEST
ALONG THE SOUTH BOUNDARY
OF SAID PROPERTY AND PARAL-
LELTO THEiNORTH BOUNDARY OF
'SAID SECTION 24'A DISTANCE OF
417.40 FEET TOTHE SOUTHWEST
CORNER OF SAID PROPERTY,
THENCE SOUTH 00 DEGREES 22
MINUTES 25 SECONDS. EAST 803.0
FEETTOTHE POINT OF BEGINNING.
FROM SAID POINT OF BEGINNING
CONTINUE THENCE SOUTH 00 DE
GREES 2: r,1itiLTEc T- SECO'rI'ir
EAST 7'.1 -10 FEET TC' il 'OLD
CONCRETE MONUMENT, THENCE
SOUTH 87 DEGREES 42 MINUTES
58 SECONDS EAST 922.40 FEET
TO A POINT OF THE WESTERLY
RIGHT-OF-WAY BOUNDARY OF A
I- iT'V OF TALLAHAS EE POWER
SLI[E THEIC,'E 10RTH .-I4CEC.- EE ,
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THENCE NORTH 88 DEGREES 53 .
MINUTES 20 SECONDS WEST PAR-
ALLEL TO THE NORTH BOUNDARY
OFASAID ECTIONI?4 a DISTANCE
OF 5-.' FEET TC. THE POIIT C'F.
BEGINNING I .
LESS N.PI E.C.-.EF'T THE FOLLOW-
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O.l.lEIUCE AT iT J,-E PAPER
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ENCE MONUMENT MARKING THE


made to:
Pamela Raker Allbritton, Wakulla County Com-
missioners Office (850) 926-0919
WAKULLA COUNTY COMMISSIONERS RE-
SERVE THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY AND
ALL BIDS OR PORTIONS THEREOF.
Any Handicapped, Visually or Hearing Impaired
Person or Non-English Speaking Person need-
ing Special Assistance should contact this office
at (850) 926-0919 or TDD (850) 926-1201.
August 24, 31, September 7, 2006


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Legal Notice h Legal Notice | Legal Notice


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 05-17-GU
IN RE: GUARDIANSHIP OF
Harold L. McCoy,
An alleged incapacitated person.
NOTICE OF UNCLAIMED FUNDS
Pursuant to section 744.534, notice is
Shereby given that unclaimed funds'exist in the
above-described guardianship. If you have
a claim to funds in this guardianship, please.
contact the Clerk of Court for Wakulla County,
3056 Crawfordville Highway, Crawfordville,
Florida 32327. If'no claim is made for these
funds within six (6) months of date this notice
wasfirst published (July 20,2006), thefundswill
be deposited with the Chief Financial Officer for
the.State of Florida.
Dated this 11th day of July 2006.
BRENT X. THURMOND
CLERK OF COURT
(Circuit'Court Seal)
-s- Chris Gibson
Deputy Clerk
July 20, 2006 and August 24, 2006

SLegal Notice


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE.SECOND
.JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, INAND
FOR WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.:'06-220-CA
Pamela Dee Parker, et al.
Petitioner
and
Benji Casey
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
Benji Casey
571.0 Pensacola Ave.
Orange Beach, AL 36561
u ARE rj'TiF-ED ir, air. Ic.:, r.,.
r estn I. :I .aair):r.;1' ,.5.u gna ir. ,ou ara rE Qu ,i'
I ,,,-, Pjr ,iT. a L i rt *n .r no i3e 3' _. ,:
159 Trice Lane, C rs.,:,raO."i. FL o232'" n or
before'Sept. 4, 2 ,ji, i -, 1 j i, ir., W ,jrgn,.,l With
the clerk of this Court, at 3056 Crawfordville
H a ', ': i.. -..ii -. FL u3 : :31- b 'i, r '. e
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EXCAVATOR WORK WANTED
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Help Wanted


The Wakulla News is taking application
for the position.of Bookkeeper an
Circulation Manager. Apply in person
Looking for part time work?
The Wakulla News needs insert hel
Apply in person.
Need immediately-professional hous4
painters, individual hourly painter
subcontractors Call Billy Roddenberrj
962-4271 or 228-5552. BC
Experienced Short Order Cook ann
Prep needed as soon as possible. Nee
experienced bartender for new bar seq
up. Applyin person, Riverside Cafe il
St. Marks or Riverside by the Bay il
Shell Point. 925-5668 or 926-4499. B6
WAKULLA COUNTY SCHOOL BOARI.
VACANCIES: Wakulla. County Schod]
'Board is accepting applications ft
instructional and non-instructional
positions for the 2006-07 school yeat
Interested individuals please call th
job line at 926-0098 to hear a recorded
message regarding all vacancieS
OR visit the WCSB.web site: wwvA
firn.edu/schools/wakulla/wakulla t;
view all vacancies and download at
'application. Bs


Request for Information (RFI)
The Area Agency on Aging for North Florida,
Inc. Nutrition Program is seeking sources in-
terested in providing pre-plated frozen meals
to. senior citizens organizations in Calhoun,
Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson,
Jefferson, Liberty, Madison, Taylor, Wakulla and
Washington counties. Prospective sources must
be established and have current or previous
experience in providing the pre-plated frozen
meals to public or private entities: If a contract
is awarded for this effort, the Area Agency on
Aging for North Florida, Inc. anticipates duration
'of not more than one year with two, one-year
renewal options pending continued funding
a ;i-ic.i. Responsibilities include, but are
utilization of approved kitchen facilities
employment of qualified staff to oversee
facility operation and meal production
delivery of' frozen pre-plated meals to
individual sites in the counties listed above
supplying meals which comply with the
'Dietary Guidelines for Americans and provide
't/3 of the recommended dietary allowances
(RDA) for individuals 51 years and older as
established by Food and Nutrition Board of.
National Academy of Sciences
provision of disposable supplies for
delivery sites
Services must also adhere to guidelines set
forth by the State of Florida Department of'
Elder Affairs and Community-Based Services
for North Florida, Inc. and State of Florida
Department of Elder Affairs.
Deadline:Written responses to this RFI are due
to the Area Agency on Aging for North Florida,
Inc. on September 8, 2006 by 2;00 p.m., EST.
Only written responses will be accepted.
Contact:.Area Agency on Aging for North
Florida, Inc.
Attention: Lisa Bretz
2414 Mahan Drive
Tallahassee, Florida 32308
The responses to this,Request for Information
IR FII .ill A-1r1 I':' O.in ril, 'I. ':.:i r '-jr a-l; :'r
Iral sr qu hlti' d ri- j Br ri -liod I n proC'. linr.
aq.rr.r icr .-rir Fliorl,. I,,.: r u hi or, Progr amn'
in al .:.unr F, arilr, GaO i ji'3 Gull HCn-iIme
Jari cr. Jerlt-rIor Llt.i-rlr U. aiiC.r, r.aylO r
Wakulla and Washington counties. The Area
,Agency on Aging for North Florida, Inc. does not
plan to awarda contract or pay for information
provided as a result of this request. This RFI is
a preliminary step to the release of an Invita-
tion t. Bid oJsacVge on or around September,
8 lil': F ijrAlur I.:. r lpr. r. 1r,,1 ,3.3a, hri,n
p ,il .13 r- In ,' ,',,|l| -i, ll j, ,-i l ji a ,',,jl
.-iliri ilc] r.;po I ,


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documents upon request.
Dated: July 21, 2006
CLERK-OFTHE:



S.., -.. Augu i 3

SLegal N-ol


WAKULLA COUNTY BOAR
COMMISSION
INVITATION TO
THE LiLKULL- ',C'I" T 6BC
r .11, .S itrEAL S irl. ITE n. U T
ON THE: FOLLOWING:
SID NUMBER n006-29
310DOPErltlJu DATE APICI Tit
-:'- Ar : 00 F'F
ITEM:VERTICAL BALER
THE S'I4.lKLLA CCOUItIT',' B
TY COr.r.l1ii:.l-JERS 'siH
SEA-EC' BiO -IFnTIL : 0
3.1, 2006.
ALL eio5. HOiJL' BE CLE
"'S E-LED B'IC WITTH THE
L.pErilriG CDATE r 'jD Tit.lE
6 ':'C,, AT P0 e2,: 1 r :.
FL 32326.
A PiJeLiC BID OPENING Wl
THE %'IjK,.LLLA C.L' IT.' B
C4AAFORDF'. ILLE FLL'RIJl
31,2006 AT'2:00 P.M.
PLANS AND SPECIFIC- Ti.:,
TAdjED, FHC-, .1 .E ,LIlA \'IA
.ArIE RCC'r.':.1 :F '.'*F
32327,TELEPH:rE -I i' -:i
THE W iU'LLAL C',ju'IT ;' BO
T'' COLMMISIr.l lER' R RE
RIGHT TO REJECT ANY AN
PORTIONS THEREOF.


SLegal No0


WAKULLA COUNTY BOAR
COMMISSION
INVITATIONN TO
STHE'WAKULLA COUNTY B(
MISSIONERS INVITESYOUT
ON THE FOLLOWING:
BID NUMBER: 2006-27
BiD OFEt JIrj C iC E tr Tir
2006 AT -' ,'F, Pr.U
ITEM: TREE TRIMMING


WeAr


Sf.-ERIOUS
AotTi s


August 24, 2006


Legal Notice

Request for information (RFI)


-., re. .,'A ir.,, The Area Agency on Aging for North Florida,
Inc. is seeking sources interested in providing
services to older adults under the Federal Older
Americans Act Title Ill-B: supportive services,
.d, III C1 ( Ill.C? nijtrit;onsI ?per-; in BSa '
IRC, UiT COURT Cair lOu, ., jii. H-loir i, Ja.: r o. .o ll .rion,,
Leon, Liberty, Madison, Wakulla and Wash-
.s- Chris Gibson ington, counties. Prospective sources must
Deputy Clerk be established and have current or previous
experience in providing services to older adults.'
i ( 17 24 ,006 'lf.aa contract is awarded for this effort, the
Area Agency .on Aging for North Florida, Inc.
r.o- r..-. .,nr.. '1,:, i i.*. --.r.-- pcnir.c n ._
,:.,.,l1n use lui',, ,',, a> ,lat 'lll,, R pr',^',bill'l'hI ;
I de Duli ar- ri.:.pirn, deo I ':., O" CO?
interactive recreational activities; Assistance
D OF COUNTY in linking older adults to appropriate aging
:RS resources; coordination and participation in
on-going outreach ,a.j- pu,.IC e,:.j l.on ac-
BID r.T E l .D aC i .: -ra.r. r. a ,3 ,-. o. r, l I .er,


r. L ju: 1,,r:r, Sa, riulrIl ,ijn r CI nolr'' l'l. '*.l- .,A' nr '1
m eal: II0 .ig.lt r I le i- i. ir, .. u, i:-il
above; and provision of meals to at least one
1E uGuI T3i i c.I. jia ic.ai i i, t. -, .-' week in the
ijur, lle- I, leO au.",..,
All services must be provided in, accordance
ARLI CiF ,C,'Li- .vllh i 'la El'r.Oi .judCl, I r.e -i r I'*:,ir. 0, Ir,e
I"LL fE':'E I.E :-,l1a il FIornOA I',parirnr-..l 5i1 Ei.j r 41 al.
i, F. U-'UL T H .-n r COTa.T, |J.- l.| B a5i .e .:. I-at.nI
/ ... H r jr.,,.",k alirlJanu3ru r,-'J':'0 l'3 C-. onirac:l!
between the Area Agency .,' Ag;n forr tJorih
EARLY MARKED Florida, Inc. and State'of Florajs Depal:.,Tei-.;
E BID NUMBER, of Elder Affairs.
MIJED lr..lUED, TO. '
Ari'FiF C'. LLE This Request for Information (RFI) is.a pre-
'liminsr, r-tep to th rcle-ae of s Requett'
S t ', Ior Pr,:,P l" IRFPi Pad "-'' ,Or ,rO.rund
ILL BE HELD AT, Eiplen-C.. 8 2J,0 Fa.lure I .-I :C .:. D, Ir
3 l-ARD O'FFICE oeC din-, -ipi ,.,- l ,' ,rin In.I. -r,:. -i-ill r.iiiiui,
- : 1r Ai _ST T ,ni r.] l r -:li d r i;,pu1"e Tr., rc p.:,r,-e" 1,
I r'i RFI aldl be u- l i i, ilr.lA In :_ )rg,. an'z .
L.- i rli ri l,'1iJ ,n ,.,.. 1,.1 C ,l,'.r An-.r,,. ar-n
r : .1.',' eE ,::OB- .1I ir lc .r l'' I.Ih L re,r A g A r.n C.n .iri.
TER 3Jj TRICE i':r tlirir F r,,xa ih,: .,- B Caih.,ur. ulit
FO R ILLE FL HClrm..i Ja:llP i:.-. J.liier'.n L.enr Llti.Tr
I. ii li r. I iji5C,,-. -l"%ullu a r, i'.j _r,,r.,[..r ,:,.,r.] : s
response is required for each county in which :
IARD OF COUN-, an organization wishes to prqvide services.
ESERVES THE The Area Agency on Aging for North'Florida,
D ALL BIDS'OR i"- : 1'd .: -.-.l inen i rd ac';ir.o i or. h-e
b -_,_ ,l Irn.- re.- uE "lI ,r ,r ,l ,Or, :r ein ri,.
p5, Ip r In irnl.:.i-m ia|o n ;.jlr:li+.
-0 1 IT ICr,' ,'C,..Crl:,,,iT r c.;llinl ~rr -. -l, ,-,lal

,ea, l,,e ,',,ler. re -. Io In, RFI .e u ,Je
P to I- '- -r.. a ri., .r-. .ing l (.r Ilorrn Ficrid.j
Inc. no later than 2:00 p.m., EST on Septem-
ber 8, 2006., Responses should include the
organization name, contact person, address,
D OF COUNTY. and phone number. Only written responses
IRS will be accepted.
BID C, C riia,:i "r4. A"* r., ,rn Aging for North
BID loria Ir,: '
CARD OF COM- Attention: Lisa Bretz
OSUBMIT A BID. 2414'Mahan Drive'
Tallahassee, Florida 32308.

August 24, 2006
.1E u ,u i T 3 1, L N i

I Legal Notice /


THE WAKULLA COUNTY BOARD OF COUN-
TY COMMISSIONERS SHALL RECEIVE-
SEALED BIDS UNTIL 2:00 P.M., AUGUST
31, 2006.
-LL Bi'DE SHOi.iLD EE CLEARLY, .1lRi:ED
AS SEALED BIC.i 'ITH THE el l' tjlUBER
CPEJiirJl T ,C-TE 1j. Ti 1E C..l r ECd l iLL T.-'
BC'C -C T p,: E, 1'" i": ,C .H i''.'-l C ILLE
FL .'_.-c.
A PUBLIC BID OPENING WILL BE HELD AT
THE WAKULLA COUNTY BOARD OFFICE,
CRAWFORDVILLE, FLORIDA ON AUGUST
31, 2006 AT 2:00 P.M.
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS MAY BE OB-
TAINED FROM VEOLIA WATER, 340 TRICE
LANE, ROOM 201, CRAWFORDVILLE, FL
32327, TELEPHONE 850-926-7616.
THE WAKULLA COUNTY BOARD OF COUN-
TY COMMISSIONERS RESERVES THE
RIGHT TO REJECT ANY AND ALL BIDS OR
PORTIONS THEREOF.
August 17, 24, 2006


L


WAKULLA COUNTY
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
INVITATION TO BID
STHE 1',i-r'JLL COUNTY BOARD OF COM-.
1.lli '5 :l IL.jt Ilj. iTE S'.,i-I T.:. uell T : BiD
Orj THE F':LLOI;' r ,Il
BID NUMBER: 2006-32
BID OPENING DATE ANDTIME: SEPTEMBER
7, 2006.
ITEM: FUEL
THE WAKULLA COUNTY BOARD OF COUN-
TY COMMISSIONERS SHALL RECEIVE
SEALED BIDS UNTIL 2:00 P.M. SEPTEMBER
7, 2006..
ALL BIDS SHOULD BE CLEARLY MARKED
AS SEALED BID, WITH THE BID NUMBER,
OPENING DATE ANDTIME, AND MAILEDTO
BOCC AT P.O. BOX 1263, CRAWFORDVILLE,
FL 32326.


S.A PUBLIC BID OPENING WILL BE HELD AT
Legal N tTHE WAKULLA COUNTY BOARD OFFICE,
Le l Notie CRAWFORDVILLE, FLORIDA ON SEPTEM-
_BER 7, 2006 AT 2:00 P.M.


City of St. Marks
St. Marks, FL
INVITATION TO BID


PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS MAY BE OB-
TAINED FROM VEOLIA WATER,,340 TRICE
LANE, ROOM 201, CRAWFORDVILLE, FL
32327, TELEPHONE 850-926-7616.


BID NO: WC-09-01-06 THE WAKULLA COUNTY BOARD OF COUN-
BID ITEM: St. Marks, Waste Collection Ser- TY COMMISSIONERS RESERVES THE
vice RIGHT TO.REJECT ANY AND ALL BIDS OR
PORTIONS THEREOF


Sealed bids will be received
Hall, 788 Port Leon Drive, St.
until Friday September 1, 200
the following BID NO: WC-09
Waste Collection Service.
A bid package may be picked
City Hall office, phone 850-92!
Board of Commissioners re
to reject any and all bids in
of the city.


at St. Marks City
Marks, FL 32355
16 at 2:00 b.m. for


August 24, 31,2006


-01-06 St. Marks A Free

d up at St. Marks Press:
5-6224. St. Marks
serves the right
the best.Interest Your Key

August 24, 2006 To Freedom.


WAKULLA COUNTY
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
INVITATION TO BID
THE WAKULLA COUNTY BOARD OF COM-
MISSIONERS INVITESYOUTO SUBMIT BID
ON THE FOLLOWING:
BID NUMBER: 2006-31
BID OPENING DATE ANDTIME: SEPTEMBER
14,2006.
ITEM:TRANSFER STATION OPERATION AND
SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL
THE WAKULLA COUNTY BOARD OF COUN-
TY COMMISSIONERS SHALL RECEIVE
:.LED BBIDOS ULi TIL I '0 P.M. SEPTEMBER
14,2006.
ALL BIDS SHOULD BE CLEARLY MARKED
,AS SEALED BID, WITH THE BID NUMBER,
.OPENING DATE AND TIME! AND MAILEDTO:
BOCC AT P.O. BOX 1263, CRAWFORDVILLE,
FL 32326.
A PUBLIC BID OPENING WILL BE HELD AT
THE WAKULLA COUNTY BOARD OFFICE,
CRAWFORDVILLE, FLORIDA ON SEPTEM-
BER 14,2006 AT 2:00 PM.
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS MAY BE OB-
TAINED FROM VEOLIA WATER, 340 TRICE
LANE, ROOM 201, CRAWFORDVILLE, FL
32327, TELEPHONE 850-926-7616.,
THE WAKULLA COUNTY BOARD OF COUN-
TY COMMISSIONERS RESERVES THE
RIGHT TO REJECT ANY AND ALL BIDS OR
PORTIONS THEREOF.
August 24,31,2006

Legal Notice


IN'T-IE C,'RCUT C'I COIuT C'F THE :fIO
JUDICIAL CIRCUITT Il arfi' FOR WA COcr JT FLORIDL
GEnIERZL JUIR.LSC'iCTihCr.J l I.iSl 'rj
CASE NO: 06-54-FC


GMAC MORTGAGE CORPORATION
.PLAINTIFF
VS.
BRADLEY K. WYNNE, IF LIVING, AND IF
DEAD, THE LIrJtiKNilW'i SPOuLSE HEIRS
DEVISEES CGRArITEES ASiGNjEES
LIENORS, CFREDLTOR.i TFiu'jTEES Airi.
ALL ':,TMEA PARTIES, CL .il11lG Arl ItiTER-
ET 6'. THRC'I.I'3H LIIjDER OR A.;AI[iST
BACi LE .' P' i ,'r'ljE 1ELlI A R % I'I'IlE
SJ''HI| C.DjE arxo JArIE 1'CiE Az LItlKr,",ie[l
TENANTS IN POSSESSION
DEFENDANTS)


NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
NOTICE I5 HEREE,' Gi.-Ei p ur:uni I. a
Summer, Fr.ai JuJ,,Tl ,ji F,:.r i :ui u-
a31-,l iUgUil 14 ."j1-1 er' rej ,0, C,.r i C. ] -'S
Io -W 5.1'F( il Ir, CL- crili 'C.,,jrl 01 ir- -,','
Ju,.i-al C,'c:ul| 11- a r ltr 1'KLILL Counly
CRAWFORDVILLE, Florida, I will.sell to the
highest and best bidder for'cash at,FRONT
DOOR at the WAKULLA County Courthouse
located at 3056 CRAWFORDVILLE HIGHWAY
,r CRA"VF--i RE,-.'ILLE Flo.r.-S a I11 00a.m.on
Ir.e 11 da) S SepCFemte '2006 Ir.; e following
described property as set forth in said Summary
Final Judgment, to-wit:
THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
LOT, PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND,
SITUATE, LYING AND BEING IN THE
COUNTY OF WAKULLA, STATE OF
FL-. H-i .A TC-,iliT L.,T 1- SE.:Ti'II
.' ,.F ,.,'H.. I'. [-C.. [iEE & H RiE=, "-'
S.,iJ -'l.lD'' 'l : PER rI-P C.Rn '
PLT THEREOF RECRD"FLEDO ill PLAT
BOOK 1, PAGES 16 AND 17 OF THE'
PUBLIC RECORDS OF WAKULLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Any person claiming an interest in the
L Curl dlu crT. Ih- i le i r, *. ir er 1 .5 If ir.
prDopate 1. ri, r Ts urr, day AluBlgu It ;6. p =I.

Dated this 14th day of August, 2006.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC E.S LE

Notice is hereby given the following vessel
,rh;i-C- ;: i,:-aied ai Th',; t.l.:..,r.:; ai C ,rrab-ille
In,. '1, h, l.i i H wla,, 9i C:arrabellE FL
:1.3 r- l s C s i:13 i'., u'fp3:' [ o Ci ,k--'i [ -. j '
,3 :r i,_ : i i- : pu rDi j,-,l I,', F : ~~a i
Hull ID# SCR899042V787- 289 foot, 1987
Sportscraft
Owner: DavidCurtis Padgett
Sale is to be held at The Moorings at Carrabelle,
Inc., 1000 U.S.'Highway 98, Carrabelle, FL
'3'-- al ,. a L oC.r S-pilTrrc r -*. -lji' .
-. August 24, 31, 2006


SLegal Notice


rJiA:i.ILL- i.'.I-"]T -i ,h. .:."iC, .I'- COUNT_'

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
THE WAKULLA COUNTY'BOARD OF COM-
MISSIONERS INVITES YOU TO SUBMIT A
PROPOSAL ON THE FOLLOWING:
RFO tiujt.BEiER :uuJ i .
RFO COPENITG Ci TE !IlC, TIME: SEPTEM-
BER7, 2006.
ITEM: ENGINEERING SERVICES


BRENT,X.THURMOND 'THE VJKI Clerkof the Circuit Court 'TY COilr..ll.S'SiCOtlER SHALL RECEIVE
,: IRCuIT COURT SEAL) .SEALED RFQ'S'UNTIL2:00 P.M.SEPTEMBER
7, 2006.


-s- Chris Gibson
Deputy Clerk.

THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID J. STERN,
PA., ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
801 S. University Drive Suite 500
(954) 233-8000 '
06-54285(GMAP).

August,24, 31, 2006


Legal Notice


ALL R=-ui S H-IC'UIL' BE -LE 'RL'. .1RKEED
AS EEALEDC RFO WVITH THE R F rlUlr.1
BER CPErlri' CDOTE AliCD Til.lE r.AIL Ti:-
BOCC, P.O1 BO> 1'-i'j. CR WFC,.I'lLLE
FL 32326.
SA PUBLIC' RFQ OPENING WILL BE HELD
.'T THE ItW .I.ILL -..C'UliIITy BiCAR OF-.
F Ir E 1 I:- ,LI F I'- R I.LLE H I..H,' '
CRAI(-FCRu. ILLE FLOOR IDII-. AT i:":pl.l ,-
rEPTEl,1EER u'.'
SPECIFICATIONS MAY BE OBTAINED FROM
VEOLIA WATER, 340 TRICE LANE, CRAW-
FORDVILLE,.FL 3?32' i'850.926.7F1) '


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND THE VWJA- LL .:-,COLIIIT ,' Be. RD O.-F Cl-,,N-
S JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND T',' ': .-lr.- i.Si IERS R, E .H'E'.: THE
SFOR.WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA RIGHT T., RE .EC T ll'.' IlJrO ALL RFO OR
S'" F',RTiIOJ'S THEREOF
CASE NO. 02-122-GU


IN RE: GUARDIANSHIP OF
Thomas Murphy,
An allegedincapacitated person.
NOTICE OF UNCLAIMED FUNDS
Pursuant to.section 744.534, notice is
nrltL., ai an Ihal unc ia', AT.Sd lund v- i,r. Ir e
abc.. 065Bicrit ej gu3rIa-iin .i.p II ,.ji. rCaS
SCaj',,. 1 luna i In Ini iiu3raiarn,.,,p pliae.3
'.:-ni[A.:I ir Cleirk iI Co lurli or Saiullw Ci jr, l
30*6 Cra,,I,'.,r,'.lle' H,,r..va, Cr a,,orr,. ic
FIr. u :0: 323. I P :. ~ i:le .T. IA rr :, .o I.r il- .
t d .-ro I ri -l 5 1. iTi.:,r.,Ir l1 Or SIe | ii r lce
.'-,,a hrI r FA u ,C.[ -hi~ i -u,.u'l :4 2'C'E ire lurn.;-
Nill ., d p0.';i i ea ilin In.e Ch li Funar.cil Onr.;er
i.:.r Ir S, ,.l e OI Florlia
Dated this 15th day of August 2006.
S BRENT X.THURMOND.
CLERK OF COURT
(Circuit Court Seal)


Legal Notice I e


WAKULLA COUNIITY BORDC, OF COUNTY
CQOr.lr.11SSiOIERS
REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
THE WAKULLA COUNTY BOARD OF COM-
MISSIONERS INVITES YOU TO SUBMIT A.
PROPOSAL ON THE FOLLCOWI I J
SRFQ NUMBER: 2006-028
RFQ OPENING DATE AND TIME: SEPTEM-
BER 7; 2006.
'ITEM: SURVEYING
THE WAKULLA COUNTY BOARD OF COUN-
TY COMMISSIONERS SHALL RECEIVE
SEALED RFQ'S UNTIL 2:00 P.M. SEPTEMBER
7, 2006.


-s- Chris Gibson ALL RFQ'S SHOULD BE CLEARLY MARKED
Deputy Clerk AS SEALED RFQ, WITH THE RFQ NUM-
BER, OPENING DATE AND TIME. MAIL TO
August 24, 31, 2006 BOCC,. P.O. BOX 1263, CRAWFORDVILLE,
FL 32326.


I Legal Notice


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR WAKULLA COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION.
.CASE NO. 06-57-FC


CITIFINANCIAL MORTGAGE COMPANY,
INC.,
'Plaintiff,
vs.
JOHN C. LONGER A/K/A JOHN CLAYTON
LONGER; THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
JOHN C. LONGER A/K/A JOHN CLAYTON
LONGER; IF LIVING, INCLUDING ANY UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF SAID DEFENDANTSS,
IF REMARRIED, AND IF DECEASED, THE
RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
LIENORS,ANDTRUSTEES, AND ALLOTHER
PERSONS CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,UNDER
OR AGAINST THE NAMED DEFENDANTSS;
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA; FIRST
COASTAL BUILDING SUPPLY, INC. D/B/A
FIRST COASTAL BUILDING SUPPLY, A
DISSOLVED CORPORATION; CAPITAL
CITY BANK;'WHETHER DISSOLVED OR
PRESENTLY EXISTING, TOGETHER WITH
ANY GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, CREDI-
TORS, LIENORS, OR TRUSTEES OF SAID
DEFENDANTS) AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER, OR
AGAINST DEFENDANTSS; UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT #1; UNKNOWN TENANT #2;
Defendants)
NOTICE OF SALE


'!A PUBLIC RFQ OPENING WILL BE HELD
AT THE WAKULLA COUNTY BOARD OF-
FICE, 3093 CRAWFORDVILLE HIGHWAY,
CRAWFORDVILLE, FLORIDA AT 2:00 P.M.ON
SEPTEMBER 7, 2006.
SPECIFICATIONS MAY BE OBTAINED FROM
VEOLIA WATER, 340 TRICE LANE, CRAW-
FORDVILLE, FL 32327 850-926-7616.
THE WAKULLA COUNTY BOARD OF COUN-
TY COMMISSIONERS RESERVES THE
RIGHTTO REJECT ANY AND ALL RFQ'S OR
PORTIONS THEREOF.
August 24, 31, 2006

SLegal Notice


WAKULLA COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
The Wakulla County Board of County Com-
missioners invites you to submit a Request for
Qualifications on the following:
RFQ Number: 2006-030
RFQ Opening Date and Time: Monday, Sep-
tember 18, 2006 at 2:00 p.m.
Project Name: Operation, Maintenance &
Management of Waste Water Treatment, Public
Works, Solid Waste and Potable Water Plant
The Wakulla County Board of County Com-
missioners shall receive sealed RFQ's until
Monday, September 18, 2006 at 2:00 p.m.
All RFQ's should be clearly marked as a
sealed RFQ, with the RFQ number, opening
date and time.


Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to Requests for RFQ specifications should be


A-1 PRESSURE CLEANING
Free Estimates
Licensed John Farrell
926-5179
MSR TRACTOR SERVICE. LLC
Fre- Eslimales Ahordable Prices
421-7464 or Cell 508-5378 F-
HAROLD BURSE
STUMP GRINDING
962-6174 BF


PORTER PAINTING, LLC
Resideniial Commercial. New Con-
sIruCiion. Remodeling Soft Wash/
Pressure Wash. Licensed and Insured.
Free Estimates. Worker's Comp.
Ceriitied i8501 519-0416 e


*', r'.'h,'r r i7il- S r...,.c -
:*'- ': ."SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Piano.Voice-Guiar.Siririgs, etc.
926-7627


F


HOME OMFOR
INDUSTRIE





Compuer-&Sound

Loae i rv g dil


ANYTIME ELECTRIC
Specializing in repair and service.
residential and commercial, homes and
mobile homes. 24-hour service. Mark
Oliver, ER0015233. 421-3012 F
MUNGE'STREE SERVICE
Prolessional Work-Ahordable
Raies-Tree Removal & Trimming
Firewood & Stump Grinding
Fullv Insured. 421-8104 F


AIR-CON OF WAKULLA .
HEATING& A/C
Maintenance & Service
Gary Limbaugh, 926-5592
FL Lic. #CAC1814304
3232 Crawfordville Hwy.


VINCENT J. TRELTAS, LLC
Production Painter
.New Construction, Repaint, Faux'
Painting, Concrete Acid Staining.
Licensed & Insured, Workman's.
Comp. 210-4317 PT8/31
REVELL WELL &
PUMP REPAIR
We stock water Dums. electric motors


and parts. Coi
repair services


implete installation and Hookwrecked Henry's-needs 'e4
.962-3051. F perienced daytime dishwasher ana
__ fulltime experienced oyster shucked
C flexible hours. Must be dependablI
y s S Contact Mary at 984-5544. B4
S Seeking highly-qualified Receptionid
Lawn for busy office. IMust have strong
Li m & knowledge of .computers, printers'an4
Tree multi-line phone system. Call Clirf
SI Mayo 509-3403. B

ServIce Posey's up the Creek, Coastal Hwy
IP ti entnn nnli tinn3


JIMBO'S HOME IMPROVEMENTS
Interior, exterior 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. BF
TIM HOUCK'S
HOME IMPROVEMENTS
Interior and Exterior Remodeling
Barns. Decks, Pergola
30 years experience.
Lic. #3538
(850) 926-2027 or cell 570-0480 BF
RODDENBERRY ENTERPRISES
Full service Lawn & Yard Mainten-
ance, Pressure Washing, Stump
Grinding, Residential/Commercial,
Free Estimates. 694-3352. Owner/
Operator, Robert Roddenberry. PT8/31


rlanacea, aciJLcepl IIng app JcaionsiUII
daytime waitress position. Ex-periencee
needed. Must apply in person. 817,21
Masonry Laborer, fulltime. Immediate
need. Call Lisa at 519-5057. P17,24
CJIS GROUP, Inc. is seeking applicants
for Research Analyst compensationo
from 20K to 24K) and an Executiv
Assistant position compensationo
from 24K to 28K). Professional office
experience is required with excelled
writing, telephone and computer skill
The Executive Assistant position mu
be experienced with Excel, Quic
Books, and Power Point. Benefit
include Group Health and 401(K)
Please e-mail resume to: Louise,
cjisqroup.com. 817.24
Frank's Catering seeks experienced
cooks. Apply in person-Medart or call
545-4909. B17,28
Clerk/Data Entry person needed.
$1,200 per month. In Tallahassee. Fax
resume to 671-4587 or mail to P.O. Box
5988, Tallahassee, FL 32314. P17.24
Drivers: CDL-A O/Ops or Teams N6
Forced Dispatch! 44 Offices Nationwid.
85% Gross Pd. Wkly! Insurance ava
JRC Transportation 800-344-4029.
P17,24


Services


PAINTING
Interior/Exterior
Residential/Commercial
Pressure Washing
Billy Roddenberry .
962-4271 BF
BACKHOE AND TRACTOR WORK
Big or Small Free Estimates
30 years experience .
Richard Miller, 926-2900 or f.
S933-1118.


-0 Residential
& A
i' Commerciah
I'J'lI Licensed i
II:- Insured
i,.' i i", Reliable

Re-Roofs New Metal Potch
Maurice Herridon
Over 20 Years Experience
(850) 962-2437
or (850) 528-3487
Lic. #RC0066773

Experienced Dog.Groomer, your hou
or mine, anytime, only need water art
power hook-up. Reasonable rates, 29
2043'. leave me-saqe : : I
ALL PRO FENCE
Residential-Commercial ,
Fencing. 519-1416. BF
Are you tired of cleaning house
Residential-Offices. Good rates and
free estimates. Licensed Insured
CALL GINA 850-491-2391. 850-926-
7870.. P4
KOLAH
Lawn Care Service .
519-6445 B
BACK FORTY TRACTOR SERVICES
SBushhogging, Boxblading Driveway.Lariy
Carter Owner/Operator. 850-925-793k,
850-694-7041 Licensed.lnsured BF


SLegal Notice 926-2211
North Pointe Center


.1


. I


Deadline 35 Cents,


lionday PerWord

Noon Sz.o0O


926-7102 kMinimum



Classified Advertisement in the news doesn't Cost It Pays and Pays and Pays









THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Aug. 24, 2006-Page 21



Deadline 35 Cents

klonday Per Word


SCLASSIFIED ADS?
926-7102 Ainimum


Classified Advertisement in the news doesn't Cost It Pays and Pays and Pays


I Help Wanted [


For Sale


1 [Mobile Home-Rent I Real Estate-Sale


L Auction


* PT Handy person for MH. Own tools
and truck needed. $12.00/hr. 656-
8252. B24
Need Adults age 25 and over to
work in the Before/After School
Program. If interested come by Senior
Citizens office at 33 Michael Dr. for an
application, between the hours of 8 a.m.
through 4:30 p.m. B24,31
Two cooks and one temporary salad
-prep positions open at Wakulla
rSprings State Park 224-5950. Submit
ia completed ST of FL Employment
application to Marlenre. B24
;NEED Radiology Technologist 12
p.m.-8 p.m., M-F, Panacea urgent
care. Experience necessary, Dexascan
phlebotomy desirable. FT billing clerk,
PT MA. Fax resume 850-984-3177. P24
Energetic, self motivated individual
that drives and knows Tallahassee.
Residential and new construction
cleaning. 562-8088. P24
ACCOUNTANT/BOOKKEEPER
The Clerk of Court's Finance
:Department is looking for an ac-
'countant/full-charge bookkeeper. The
Person filling the position will be
expected to possess the skills and
'e-adership necessary to oversee
The department's daily accounting
functions. Qualified applicants must
possess extensive' knowledge of
computerized accounting systems, A/P,
payroll, cash receipts, journal entries,
Excel, and be a"team" member sharing
theirr office responsibilities. Strong
Consideration given to applicants with
governmental accounting experience.
An application may be obtained from
bour web site (www.wakullaclerk.com)
or from the Clerk's office weekdays
'betweeri 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Com-pleted
applications must be received in the
'Clerk's office by 5 p.m. Tuesday, Sept.
.5. 2006. Applications should be'sent,
AMtn: Finance Director and may be
1axed to 850-926-0056 or mailed to
-the Wakulla County Clerk of Court,
2056 Crawfordville Hwy., Crawfordville,
JL 32327.
y Florida Law, all applications for
employment are open .for public
sectiono/ Background check and drug
screening required. Wakulla Couniy is
ZOE compliant. 6;J


S ', : TALLAHASSEE
-(i !CO~mliNUNITY -
", COLLEGE

Professional
Help Wanted.
SENIOR CONTRACTS
&GRANTS
ACCOUNTANT
'CS5SCA02
$29,549 $34.277 annually
Business Office
S Closing 9/1/06 at 5 pm
" OFFICE ASSISTANT I
CSMOA111
Keyboarding ability must
be demonstrated at
the time of application
$18,140 $21,043 annually
Science and Mathematics
Closing 9/1/06 at 5 pm
ENROLLMENT CLERK
CS4ENC02.
Keyboarding ability must
be demonstrated at
the time of application.
S$18,140-$21.043 annually
Closing 9/1/06 at 5 pm
The following vacancies
are fiscal year contracted
CHARTER GRANT
PROGRAM TRAINING
COORDINATOR
GR000523
$40,000 $55,000 annually
Charter School Program
Closing 9/1/06 at 5 pm
(Re-advertisement)
RESEARCH ASSISTANT I
GR000524
$26,000 $28,500 annually
DJJ/Staff Development &
Training
Closing 9/1/06 at 5 pm
Visit the College's website at
S www.tcc.fl.edu for position
details, employment applica-
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For ADA accommodations
notify Human Resources; (850)
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Submit mandatory Tallahassee
'Community College employment
Application to Human Resources
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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


For Sale

BED-Brand New Queen Orthopedic Pillow-
flop Mattress Set. In plastic, warranty, can
deliver. $250. 850-425-8374. BF
BEDROOM SET- 6 PC.- Headboard, frame,
dresser, mirror, chest, nightstand. NEW in
boxes, must sell $550. 850-222-9879. BF
SOFA & LOVESEAT. NEW
MICROFIBER, Stain Resistant, Lifetime
Warranty, Still in Crate, Can Deliver.
$ug. List $1250, Sell $475. 850-545-
7112. BF
MATTRESS- King Size Orthopedic 3
ic. Set. New, unopened w/ warranty.
Sacrifice $295. 850-222-2113. BF


HABITAT RE-STORE
Abundance of bedding; sleeper sofas,
computers, interior/exterior doors,
windows/screens, fiberglass shower
units and light fixtures. Open Tuesday
thru Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 'p.m., 940
Shadeville Hwy. (Hwy. 61), 926-4544.
SBF
YOU PICK/WE PICK
PEAS AND OKRA
We also process peas for you. PSWBB
and F. Raker Farm. 926-7561. Also
Barbeque Piqs for sale. I BF
Baby Birds, handfed cockatiels,
lovebirds, parrots and more. 926-
9217. PT8/31


Coastal Consignment

Furniture
Looking for Furniture!
New Gently Used
Find It Sell It
2481 Crawfordville Hwy.
926-8765

1984 Motor home Chev. PaceArrow.
New 454 eng., AC and tires, 27' long,
sleeps '6, separate bath and shower,
full tank of LP gas. Ready to go. 926-
8635. P17,24
USED BICYCLES
Adult and Children, Good Shape,
Reasonable Prices. Good Selection.
S 984-2763 P17,24,31
Food Plot Special: 1953 Ford tractor,
new harrow, tires and battery. Looks
and runs excellent. $3,000, 574-4354.
B24
Harley Davidson 883 sportster, 1999,
,garage kept, asking $5,000 obo.
Wurlitzer piano, fair cord. great sound,
asking $550 obo. Pat 251-3235. P24
Alto saxophone; very good cond. $300
firm. 421-3731. P24
Leblanc Clarinet, 1 owner (3 yrs. -old,
used 2 yrs.) w/original case. $450.
Excellent condition. 528-1959. P24
Large chest with doors $50, gas/
propane range $50, truck gate for 5th
wheel $100, 2-bike carrier for hitch
$100, walnut amoire w/full glass doors
$200. All good, make offer. 984-5449.
I, ". P24
THETHRIFT STORE
Double dresser w/mirror, 'chest of
drawers, tv~in,,r tr,e.!ybox springs,
stereo cabinet, computer desk.
Clothes-buy 1 get 1 free thru Sunday,
Aug. 27.4360 Crawfordville Hwy. B24
New load of office supplies-up to 50%
off. Several filing cabinets, paper goods
by the case or ream. Office chairs,
desks, much, much, muchmore. .B24


Oak dining table $20,' mahogany
dresser and 3 tier table, sleeping bags,
dishes, dolphin rug, convection oven,
lamps, video cameras, vacumn, many
great items at consignment shop in
Linda's Beauty Saion. 926-7686. B:4
Queen, bed & dresser set-night
stands, headboard, 7-drawer dresser
w/mirror $200. Kenmore washer/dryer
set $250, 926-3967. P24

L Miscellaneous

This is the list for the shelter animals
up for adoption:
DOGS:
Beagle
Poodle' mix
Cocker Spaniel mix, black and tan
Chihuahua, adult
Jack Russell ,
Chow mix
Hound
*Yellow Lab
Bulldog mixes
Many other nice mixes. Come and
take a look.
PUPPIES:
Lab puppy, very cute
Walker Hound
Bulldog mixes
Coonhounds
Heeler mixes
Catahoula mixes
Cats and a few kittens available.
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
i p.m. Closed Sun. and Mon. 926-0890.
www.chatofwakulla.orq. P

Yard Sale


Their trash, your treasures at the
Old Jail Museum Shop, High Drive,
across from Old Wooden Courthouse
Saturday, 9 a:m. to 1 p.m. BF
Sat. Aug 26, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Lots of
clothes-womens and girls, some
mens-household items. 14 Coleman
Rd., Crawfordville-off of Whiddon
Lake Rd. P24
Fri.Aug.25 and Sat.Aug.26,421 Wakulla
Springs Rd. 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day.
Girls baby clothes, assortments, odds*
& ends & miscellaneous. P24
Furniture, antiques, silver, clothes,
purses; shoes, metal dectector, books.
Lake Ellen Shores Drive, Sat. Aug. 26,
8 a.m.-2 p.m. P24
Garage Sale-Sat. Aug. 26; 8 a.m. to
1 p.m., furniture, clothes, household
items, VCR and more. 41 Wildwood Dr.
(near Wakulla Middle School). P24
Multi-family, Sat. Aug. 26, 8 a.m. to
12 p.m., 6 Cardinal Court, Songbird
Subdv., furniture, baby items-variety
of items qalore. B24
Fri. Aug. 25, 9:30 a.m.-until, Sat. Aug.
26, 8 a.m.-until. Furniture, clothes,
household items, kid stuff, truck mirrors,
rider mower. 96 Taff Rd., behind Winn
Dixie. Rain okay. P24


Big DWMH on 2 acres. 4BR/2B, 2,500
sq. ft. 2-car garage, mother-in-law hut
and shed. Lease option to buy $1,100/
mo. Wakulla Station area. Available
Sept. 1. 352-455-3743 or 386-943-
8196. P10,17,24

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

33R/2B DWMH, Lake Ellen Shores,
$750/moi 1 st, Last, Security. 850-510-
3440. No pets. P24,31
3BR/2B SWMH Good Condition. Call
after 6 p.m. 850-962-3501. P24

Mobile Home-Salei


DO YOU HAVE
$1000 DOWN?.
DO YOU HAVE
O.K. CREDIT?
'WOULD YOU'LIKE
TO OWN YOUR OWN
HOME & LAND PACKAGE?
IF SO. CALL 850-574-4997.

,Real Estate-Rent


Weekly Rentals Available, $175-$200
per week, Panacea Motel, 850-984-
5421. BF
Hunter's Haven at EL's Place, near
government refuge-$375 a wk. to
camp or use trailer. Call 727-430-8915
or e-mail elcsr2005(5yahoo.com P24
Homes for rent in Wakulla and
Tallahassee: Prices vary. For info. call
980-0739. P24


STOwnhhome for lease. '
3 bedrooms, 2 baths
on golf course. 1 car
Garage. Asking $850 per:
$month. Please call Lynn$
Cole, Coastwise Realty,
Inc. 545-8284

'Why rent when you can own?
Get pre-qualified today to purchase
Home of ypur choice. Bad credit and
bk ch 7 ok. Call Benjamin at 850-509-
S6448. P24


Efficiency apartment for rent. $500/mo.
including electric and water. Deposit
and references required. Available
immediately. Call 926-5575 or 519-
7083. P24

Real Estate-Sale

SLOTS, LOTS, LOTS
We have coastal lots in St. Marks,
Carrabelle, Eastpoint & ,
Steinhatchee, starting at $45K
Neil Ryder Realty, Inc.
656-0006. 508-6988. BF
Play golf every dayl 3BR/2BatWildwood
Country Club. $179,000. Coastwise
Realty, Inc., Lynn Cole, 545-8284. BF
Beautiful coastal home with guest
What an opportunity Large brick
home with fireplace, in ground pool,
workshop, barn & more on nearly 4
acres with Hi 319 frontagel The
possible 806,000
Lana Sell Your ighway-
fro boat
la House
T on the date of your el
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B .without doing any
b repairs.

$9 Call me NOW!
Enj 926-2100 nal
front -www.homesellersdepot.com ered
porch patio
room, work wall all
at a reduced priceT$7,500
Panacea Mineral springs Several
lots to choose from in fast-growing
coastal areal $74,900 each.
house on 4 lots, lushly landscaped. St.
Marks. 925-0373. BF
Big 2BR/2B MH on 2 lots in beautiful
Lake Ellen w/ private boat ramp & 10
min. to Gulf. 32 Merwin Dr. $69,000.
Four lots 50X100 each with septic tank,
city water & electric $21,000 each 850-
443-3300. P24
Nature lover's paradise. 8 acres +/-
Lawhon Mill Road. National forest next
door. Abundant wildlife pass through
daily. $110,000. 926-3381. (serious
only). P10,17,24,31
COUNTRY CONVENIENCE
3BR/2B MH on 2.5 acres near
recreation and schools. Priced to sell.
$91,900. Brenda Hicks Realty. 926-
2080/251-1122. 817,24
2 adjacent 50 X100 buildable lots, Lake
Ellen Estates, Medart w/public boat
ramp nearby. Stanley Dr., city water.
$30,000. 251-8860. P24,31


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Great fishing, hunting and waterskiing.
See pictures at www.lake house.com,
$199,000, FSBO 850-894-0376. P24
Beautiful coastal home with guest
house on 4 lots, lushly landscaped. St.
Marks. 925-0373. BF

Nice 3 bedroom, 2.bath mobile
home in the developing area of
Lake Ellen among new houses.
House set on two lots and
zoned for great schools. Just
down the road from Lake Ellen
for great fishing. $109,000.
Call Paul 566-6200
Remodeled mobile home on Ca-
sora Drive. 3BR/2BA, screened
porch and sun deck. $119;000.
Clean 3BR/2BA mobile home in
Lake Ellen. 2 lots. $109,000

SHarbor Point
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Unique Coastal Properties


Lot for sale: Incredible Views of
Dickerson Bay and Panacea Marina
from this'home site with Old Florida
charm, $239 900, Karen Veal, ERA
Community Realty, 508-7458. B24.

Commercial

Commercial'block building fronting
on Hwy. 319 in Sopchoppy. 26'x25'
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1,074 sq. ft. Retail Store. Front for
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Growing area, convenient to Wakulla
and Leon counties. 421-5039. BF


For Rent
2,164 South Sopchoppy Hwy.
(Formerly Mom's Restaurant)
Office Space
All or part of 2,000
sq. ft. Will build to
suit tenant.
SCall 926-1994

Nad's Enterprises. Mini-Warehouses
6x6'and up. Hwy. 61 acrossfrom
cemetery. Anita Townsend. 926-3151
or 926-5419. BF
Mini-Warehouse Spaces for lease,
8x10 and 10x12 now available. Come
by or call Wakulla Realty, 926-5084.
BF

GRADE A

OFFICE RENTAL
$400 a month plus tax
Includes Utilities
And
Full Kitchen Use
Call Edna at 339-0511

St. Marks, 2,000 sq. ft. of commercial
space for rent-can be made into
2 separate units. Lots of traffic. Call
Lynn Cole, Coastwise Realty, Inc. 545-
8284. BF
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Okay, you've been looking for
a home for weeks and weeks and
you narrow ydur choice to two
houses. How do you decide? You
can make such a tough decision
by going back to your starting
point and asking, yourself these
questions.

Susan

Council


Review your priorities. Do both
properties meet your stated hous-
ing needs? Seek new information.
What else should you know about
Sthe house, the neighborhood, lo-
cal schools, transportation and
community facilities? Get out
the crystal ball. How long do you
expect to stay in your next home,
and how each house will fit your
needs and lifestyle over that time
period.
Are there benefits that out-
weigh any shortfalls in your pri-
ority list? Keep resale in mind.
If you intend to move in five to
ten years, which home will prob-
ably be easier to resell? Finally,
analyze total costs. How does the
price of each home compare, and
how do the long-term costs such
as utilities, taxes and fees, com-
muting another day-to-day liv-
ing expenses stack up?
'Your agent can-help you by
providing' a wealth of informa-
tion. Call me for any of your buy-
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(850) 251-1468
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Page 22-THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Aug. 24, 2006

Fishermen Vent, Voice

Concerns At FWC Workshop


Facing complaints from nu-
merous groups about the lack
of means to challenge rples
developed by the state Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Commis-
sion, the agency held a work-
shop recently in Tallahassee to
gather public comment.
James' Ross, a professor of
international trade at the Uni-
versity of Florida, mediated the
workshop for the FWC. He said
there were three main groups
of people who spoke at the
meeting: a group with longterm
grievance on net fishing; a group-
who urged the commission to
make some changes to due pro-
cess; and a group who wanted
no change.
Several local fishermen were
at the workshop the first of
eight to be held around the state
-to complain that the FWC is a
law unto itself, with no checks
and balances and no way for'
citizens to question it.
Ronald Fred Crum, presi-
dent of the Panacea-based Fish-
ing For Freedom organization,
went through the history of his
group's 12-year battle to settle
the issue of legal fishing gear,
especially for mullet nets.
"We win at the circuit curt
level," he said. But the victory is
taken away by the appeal court,
either on grounds of primary
jurisdiction or exhaustion of ad-
ministrative remedies. Primary
jurisdiction means an agency's
rules should be given special au-
: thority because of its perceived'
expertise, aid the other term
refers to going through other
administrative processes before
filing a lawsuit..
Crum contended that it's
a circular legal argument that
effectively precludes his group
from challenging anything the
'agency does.
A representative of the Div-
ing Equipment and Marketing
Association said the group's
challenge to the FWC rule pro-
hibiting shark feeding by divers
was dismissed at the circuit level
on grounds that the rule met
the "rational basis" test. That is.
if there is any evidence at all to
support the agency s rule. then it
is legal. The FWC submitted the
affidavit of one staffer and was
granted summary judgment.
An association of marine dock
builders had a similar complamt.
contending there was no science
behind the FWC's manatee regu-
lations. Efforts to challenge the
agency in court with scientists
were rejected, although the FWC
later adopted the very proce-
dures that had been advanced
by the association.
Ted Forsgren. director' of the
Coastal Conservation Associa-
tion, praised the FWC's prdce-
dures. He also pushed for the
agency to accept the primacy of
the sports fishing industry, say-
ing it generates $6 billion a year
. for the Florida economy while
commercial fishing generates
only.$1 billion.
Another speaker, who repre-
sents commercial fish houses;
answered Forsgren by saying
the sports fishing industry was
offering a falsechoice. "It's like
saying, which would you rather
have your right arm or your left
leg? Well, I want them both."
Crum and other speakers
questioned the knowledge of
the issues by the seven members
of the commission, who are ap-
pointed by the 'governor.
Of the seven, four are in-
volved in real estate develop-
ment, one is in public affairs,
one is in banking and insurance.
and one is a rancher. All are avid
sports fishers.
Karen Bell, of AP. Bell Fish
House in Cortez and a member
of the Gulf of Mexico Fishery
Management Council, ques-
tioned the wisdom of having a
regulatory commission made up
completely of one user group,'
the sports fishers,. without a
single commercial fisher on the
board.
Local fisherman Van Lewis
complained about the agency's
interpretation of the constitu-
tional' amendment that limited
net fishing the so-called net
ban. Lewis argued that the


amendment outlawed gill nets,
not as the FWC has contended
- fish being gilled in nets.
The FWC is holding hearings
on due process after the state
legislature questioned whether
citizens have a way to challenge
the agency's rules.
At one point, a bill put forth
by Rep. Will Kendrick (D-Car-
rabelle) and later, withdrawn,
would have withheld FWC's


funding unless due process
procedures were' in place.
More workshops are set
around the state, with the most
recent one held in Panama City
on Aug. 22 at Gulf Coast Com-
munity College.
Workshops also were planned


for Jacksonville at the Hilton
Garden Inn on Aug. 23; and
Orlando on Aug. 24.
Hearings are also set in Tam-
pa on Aug. 28, Ft. Myers on Aug.
29, Dania Beach on Aug. 30, and
Key Largo on Aug. 31.


NOTICE OF

LAND USE CHANGE
The Wakulla County Board of County Commissioners proposes to
adopt the following by ordinance and has scheduled Public Hear-
ings regarding the following before the Wakulla County Board
of County Commissioners on Thursday, Sept. 07, 2006,
beginning at 6:00 PM, unless otherwise noted below or as
time permits. All public hearings are held in the County Commis-
sion Chambers located west of the County Courthouse at 29 Arran
Road, Crawfordville, Florida 32327. Interested parties are invited
to attend and present testimony.

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1. Final Plat Application:, FP06-07
Applicant: Shell Point Resort, Inc.
Agent: Varnum & Associates, Inc.
Proposal: final plat hearing (The Resort @ Shell Point, Unit 2)
Tax ID Number: 00-00-121-000-11968-Q00
Existing FLUMap: Urban 2 (FLUE Policy 1.2.6)
Existing Zoning: PUD (Section 5-50, LDC).
FEMA Flood Info: "V20" zone on Panel 0390-D
Parcel Size: 10.91+/- acres
Location: North & South"sides of Beaty Taff Dr. @ Shell Point Rd
Hearings Required: County Commission 09/07/2006 @ 6:00 PM
Copies of applications, draft ordinances, and any related public re-
cord files may be viewed at the County Planning Department located
at 3093 Crawfordville Highway, Crawfordville, FL 32327, 8 A.M. to
4:30 P.M. M/; Phone (850)926-3695. Any person desiring to ap-
peal a decision of a County Board must ensure a verbatim transcript
or copy is made of the testimony and exhibits presented at said hear-
ings. Persons needing special access considerations should call the
Board Office at least 48 hours before the date for scheduling pur-
poses. The Board Office may be contacted at (850) 926-0919 or TDD
926-7962.


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850.224.4960
www.fsucu.org


ELECT

DeLacy



Peavy

For Wakulla County Commissioner, District 4 j
SPolilical Advertisement Paid For And Approved By DeLacy Peavy, Democrat, for Wakulla County.Commissioner, District 4


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Crawfordville 926-5:1111 Each Office is Independently Owned & Operated
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Panacea at the Bridge 984-5007 c2,1scoast@aol.com (e-mail) c21fcp@aol.com (e-mail)

Coming Home Never Felt So Good!!!
VE HOMES has exceptional offers and value for the homeowner who wants quality"
workmanship, desirable location and a fair price! Call for more details and ask about the..
builder's incentives on these fine homes in Wakulla Gardens. #4808W1. MLS#153199. Starting;
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SSchoolSupply Drive


SHappening through Labor Day. Supplies to be

S donated to OUR schools EfRE in Wahulla County.

The Guidance Department in each school knows which kids
Need help, and will be able to distribute the supplies as needed.
Our goal is to come up with enough supplies that OUR teachers
do fOT need to pay for supplies out of their own pockets for
their classrooms and for the kids they teach.

Supplies Heeded Include:
Backpacks Crayons Paper -
Pencils. Pens holders .
Calculators Erasers 2
Olue Colored Pencils
Highlighters Markers
For Teachers in Classrooms:
Hand Sanitizer, like Purrell Sponsors Include:
Tissues
/ (omcast.
Drop Box Locations Include omc st.
The Wakulla fews p oi IlakuUa Neuws
Comcast Hartsfield Road, Tallahassee
Wakulla Bank fill Locations orn sr
Ochlockonee Bay Realty 146 Coastal Hwy., Panacea
HcKinney Properties -1596 Crawfordville Hwy.
Shell Point Realty- 2627 Spring Creek Hwy.
Sheriff's Office Oak Street
Lisa's Listings Shadeville Hwy. Contact no
Contact Info:
flmeris Bank
S ~lag Credit Union Jo Afnn Daniels at 926-7143

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Water
-Howard Kessler and Brian
Langston voted against the wa-
ter project when it came before
the board in August 2005.
DeFoor suggested holding
Sthe public meetings in a loca-
"tion other than the commission
:.chambers, with facilitator Carlos
',Alvarez running the meetings.
:;The second meeting would ad-
.dress citizen concerns from the
:first meeting and "all those at-
'tending who wish to speak will
;tbe provided an opportunity, as
'provided by guidelines adopted
by the commission and facilita-
7tor," accordingto Commissioner
'Srimner,
"Wakulla Bottled Water could
then submit, at, a later date, a
.Comp Plan amendment that
wouldd have the benefit of the
-community and commission's
.concerns and interests," Brim-
"ner said.
SThe next Comp Plan amend-
4ment cycle is in January 2007.
.T.he Florida Department of
Community Affairs (DCA) would
i"have to approve the land use
! change in addition to the county
.commission.
S A few residents at the Aug.
421 meeting were not pleased
.by' the proposal. Chuck Hess
:,said the. applicant would have
-,45 minutes for "a sales pitch,"
hand residents would only "get'
a three-minute response. I want
to see the other side get a fair


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Commissioner Brimner re-
sponded that the Highs took a
different approach to the project
after it was turned down. "This
will result in a much better deci-
sion," he said.
Wakulla County Attorney
Ron Mowrey told the board the
public meetings will be a com-
promise between the applicant
and county since the board was
uncomfortable with the idea


of taking the water proposal
through mediation.
Mowrey concluded that the
state statute guiding the process
is new, but allowing the Highs
to hold the public meetings
will not open the door to other
projects to do the same.
The motion to approve the
,public meetings was passed by a
3-2 vote with Langstdn and Kes-
sler voting in the minority.


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shake."
Victor Lambou said oppo-
nents of the water plant should
have at least as much time' to
speak in opposition as the appli-
cant has to sell the public on the
idea. Dana Peck questioned why
the board would spend time on
an application that "was voted
down flat." She continued that
the project is "not an issue."
DeFoor responded by telling
the audience that the water
project should have transpar-
ency during the application
process; have a high degree of
regulatory checks; and benefit
the community.
DeFoor said the Highs\ and
Gray have "scientific facts" to
present during the process
that will ease citizen concerns.
"Water is the next oil," he said.
"Wakulla County is sitting on a
ton of it. We can't just pretend
'it's not there."
The Highs also have prom-
ised the county a slice of the rev-
enue generated by the plant.
The applicants will pay for
the facilitator and the cost of
the public hearings, beFoor
continued.
S''What we're stepping into
here is pretty dangerous territo-
ry," said Commissioner Kessler,
"He who pays the piper names
the tune. Why are we making
special rules for this project?"'
Kessler urged the board to
make the Highs bring the proj-
ect through the normal Comp
Plan amendment process.


I KEEP rr CLEAN'


S -NOTICE OF
LAND USE CHANGE
The Wakulla County Board l0 County Commissioners proposes to adopt the
following by ordinance and has scheduled Public Hearings regarding the IOllowvng
before [he Wakulla County Planning Commission on Monday, September 11
2006, beginning at 7:00 PM and before the Wakulla County Board of County
Commissioners on Monday, October 02, 2006, beginning at 6:00 PM, unless
otherwise noted below or as lime permits. All public hearings are held in the County
Commission Chambers located west of Ihe County Courthouse at 29 Arran Road,
Crawfordville. Florida 32327. Interested parties are invited to attend and present
.testimony. '


6. Rezoning Application:


Applicant:
Proposal:
Tax lD Number:
SExisting FLU Map:
E.islini Zoning.
.Proposed Zoning:
FEMA Flood Into:
,Parcel Size:
.Location:
Hearings Required:


RH. and Beverly Carter, Edward Brimner and Katrina White
rezone to commercial
00-00-089-000-11608-000, 00-00-089-000-11610-001
Urban 1 (FLUE Policy 1.2.5)
C-2 and RR-1 (Sections 5-38 & 5-27, LDC)
C-2 (Section 5-38, LDC)
"C" zone on Panel'0225-B
3.0 +/- acres
3238 and 3278 Crawfordville Highway
Planning Commission 09/11/2006 @7'00 PM and
County Commission 10/02/2006 @ 6:00 PM


'7. Short Form Subdivision Application:


2. Rezoning Application:
Applicant: Adva
Proposal: rezor
Ta.- ID Number: .. 36-41
E.ising FLU Map: Rura
Existing Zoning: RR-1
Proposed Zoning: C-2 (
FEMA Flood Info: "C' z
Parcel Size: 1.29
Location EasI
Hearings Required Plani
Coui

3. Rezoning Application:
Applicant: Fran
Agent: Fran
Proposal: -rezot
Tax ID Number: 01-4
Existing FLU Map: Urba
;Existing'Zoning:' RR-1
Proposed Zoning; .RSU
FEMA Flood Info: "C" z
Parcel Size: .1.47
'Locaion: 200
Hearings Required: Planr
Court

4. RezoningApplication:
Applicant:' Boot
Agent: Varn
Proposal: rezot
Tax ID Number: 02-6
Existing FLU Map: Urba
Existing Zoning: PUD
Proposed Zoning: PUD
FEMA Flood Into:' '"V20
Parcel Size:: 2.58
Location: 2273
Hearings Required:: Plan
Could

5. Site Plan Applicatiorn:
Applicant Boot
Agent: V..arrn
Proposal: 30 uI
Tax ID Number: 02-6
'Existing FLUMap; 'Urba
Existing Zoning: PUD
Proposed Zoning: PUD
FEMA Flood Info: "V20
Parcel Size: 2.58
Location: .-2273
Hearings Required: Plan


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inlage Marine, LLC
ne to general commercial
S-02W-000 02412-000 : :
l 2 (FLUE Policy 1.2.4)
I (Section 5.27, LDC)
(Seclion 5-38, LDC),.,: ;
one on Panel 0360B'
+/- acres
side of Coaslal Highway North ol Medan VFD Lane
ing Commission 09/11/2006 @ 700 PM and
nty Commission 10/02/2006 @ 6:00 PM

R06-22
ces G. Awad
cine Linda Awad
ne to semi-urban residential
S-02W-000-01776-000
in (FLUE Policy 1.2.5)'
I (Section 5-27, LDC)
1 (Section 5-28, LDC)'
one on 0225-B
+/ acres
Fulton Harvey Road ..
ing Commission 09/11/2006 @ 7-00 PM and
nty Commission 10/02/2006 @ 6:00 PM

R06-23
h Properties '
num and Associates, Inc.
ne to revised planned unit development
S-02W-033-03661.-000
in 2 (FLUE Policy 1.2.6)
(Section 5-50, LDC)
(Section 5-50, LC)
" zone on 0460-C.
+/-acres
I Sun Road
ning Comnmission 09/i11 2006 t 7-00 PM and
nty Commission 10/02/2006 @ 6:00 PM

SP06-13
h Properies ...
um and Associaies, Inc.
nil hotel and marina
S-02W-033-03661-000
In 2 (FLUE Policy 1.2.6)
(Section 5-50, LDC)
(Section 5-50, LDC)
" zone on 0460-C
+/- acres
I Surf Road'
ning Commission 09/11/2006 @700'PM and


Applicant: Wal
Agent: Edw
Proposal: cream
Tax ID Number: 20-
Existing FLU Map: Agri
Existing.Zoning: Agri
FEMA Flood Info: "A a
Parcel Size: 122
Location: 489
Hearings Required: Cou

8. Final Plat Application:
Applicant: Deb
Proposal: re-p
Tax ID Number: '00-
Existing FLUMap: Urb
Existing Zoning:' RR
FEMA Flood nfo: '"C"
Parcel Size: 4.8
Location: 62,
Hearings Required: Plai
Cou

9. Final Plat Application:
Applicant D &
Agent: Kat
Proposal: flna
Ta. ID Number: 00-.
SE.istinq FLU Map; Urb
E.islrng Zoning: C-2
FEMA Flood Inlo .. "C
Parcel Size:' 5.6
Localiorn Eas
Hearings Required. Pla
CoL


ter and Joicelyn Powers
win.Brown and Associates, Inc.
ite 6-lot subdivision
3S-o1.E-000-05398-003
culture.(FLJE Policy 1.2.2)
culture (Section 5-25, LDC)
nd C" zones on Panel 0250-B and Pahel 0275-B
.11 +/- acres
River Plantation Road
inty Commission 09/07/2006 @ 6:00 PM

FP06-11
ibie Wanamaker
plat Bettywood II Tract 23
00-058-151-09962-023
an 1 (FLUE Policy 1.2.5)
-1 (Section 527, LDC)
zone on Panel0250-B
5 +/- acres
Jenny Lynn Drive
inning Commission 09/11/2006 () 700 PM and
unty Commission:10/02/2006 @ 6:00 PM

FP06-12
,R Ventures, LLC
hy Shirah
al plat signature hearing (Osceoia Green),'
00-074-.000-10200-000
ban 1 IFLUE Policy i.2.5) .
I (Section 5.38, LDC)
zone on Panel 0250-B
4 acres .. ..
il side of Grawlordville Hwy, North i0 Rainbow Drive
nnrin Commission 09/111 2006 @ 7 00 PM and :
unty Commission 10/02/2006 @ 6:00 PM


10; Site Plan Application:. SP06:1 1
Applicant: Annie's Square, LLC,
.Agent: CORAL Invesiments, LLC by Kathy Shirah
Proposal:, commercial building
'Tax ID Number: 17-3S-01W-334-04524-A01
E.lting FLU Map:, 'Urban 1(FLUE Policy 1.2.5)
Existing Zoning: C-2 (Section 5,38, LDC)
FEMA Flood Info: '"C" zone on Panel 0250-B
Parcel Size: 0.96 -i. acres
Location: West-side of Crawfordville Hwy., across from Petty's BP
'Hearings Required: Planning Commission 09/11/2006 @ 7'00 PM and .
County Commission 10102/2006 @ 6:00 PM


11. Site Plan Applica
Applicant:
Agent: ,
Proposal: .
Tax ID Number:
E'isling FLU Map:
Existing Zoning:
FEMA Flood Info:
Parcel Size:
Location:
Hearings Required:


ition:


Marsh Harbor Marina, Inc.
Varnum & Associates, Inc.
S66-unit resort hotel
S00-00-121-000-l1964-003 and 00-00-121-156-11964-110
Urban 2 (FLUE Policy 1.2.6)
C-2 (Section 5-38, LDC)
"V20" zone on Panel0385-C
11.68+/-acres
Oh Harbour Point Drive in Shell Point
Planning Commissinn n0/11/20nnfi (i7nn PM and


County Commission 10/02/2006 @ 6:00 PM


Copies of applications, draft.ordinances, and any related public record files may be
Viewed at the County Planning Department located at 3093 Crawfordville Highway,
Crawfordville, FL 32327, 8 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. M/F; Phone (850) 926-3695.,Any person
desiring to appeal a decision of a County Board must ensure a verbatim transcript
or copy is made of the testimony and exhibits presented at said hearings. Persons
needing special access considerations should call the Board Office at least 48:hours
before the date for scheduling purposes. The Board Office may be contacted at (850)
926-0919 or TDD 926-7962..

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Page 24-THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Aug. 24, 2006
County Advances Plan To Hire Administrator


The Wakulla County Com-
mission office recently received
dozens of applications from
individuals who hope to replace
Joe Blanchard as the permanent
county administrator. Blanchard
was hired in May to replace Par-
rish Barwick, who was asked to
resign on May 4.
The board took one step
closer to selecting the new ad-
,ministrator when they agreed
to select interview committee
members by Friday, Aug. 25.
Commissioner Brian Langston
agreed to be part of the inter-
view committee and each board

Vision

busy roads. "Otherwise, it's just
throwing mud on the wall," he
said.
The visioning process will
also include discussion about a
federal Department of Defense
grant that was awarded to the
county to promote economic di-
versity. Wakulla County became
eligible for the grant since it
has St. Marks Powder within its
borders.
The first workshop will be
held Tuesday, Aug. 29 from 6
p,m. until 7:30 p.m, at the exten-
sion office in Crawfordville. The
meeting is open to the public.

,Last Chance For Fall
Sports Registration

The Wakulla County Parks,
and Recreation Department will
host the final day of fall sports
registration Saturday, Aug. 26,
from 8 a.m. until noon at the
recreation park in Medart.
The age determining date for
all sports except girlssoftball is
Sept. 1. The age date for softball
is Jan. 1.
Flag football will be offered
to players in three age divisions.
age 6 and 7; age 8 and 9; and age
10 and 11. The cost of the league
is $35 per child. A player must
be at least age 6 by Sept. 1 to
participate.
Flag football cheerleading
will be offered for children ages
6 to 8. The cost is $35 per child
and participants must be at least
age,6 by Sept. 1 to participate.
P Tackle football will be of-
fered in two divisions. Pee Wee
Division football will be offered
to players ages 9 to 11. The
weight limit is 75 pounds to 126
pounds. Linemen may weigh up
to 140 pounds. ,
The Junior Division is open
to players ages 12 to 14 with
a weight limit of 126 to 146
pounds. Linemen may weigh
up to 160 pounds. The cost for
tackle football is $75. per child
and a copy of the player's birth
certificate is required.
Tackle football cheerlead-
ing will be open to youths ages
9 to 11 in the Pee Wee Division
and age 12 to 14 in the Junior Di-
vision. The cost is $35 per child,
which includes a T-shirt and
pom pons. A copy of the child's
birth certificate is required.
Girls fast-pitch softball
is open to players age 16 and
younger; age 12 and under; and
age 10 and younger. The regis-
tration fee is $55 and a copy of
the player's birth certificate is
required.
Participants. must provide
proof of health insurance during
registration or they may pur-
chase a policy from the county
for $7.50. For more information,
call the parks and recreation
department at 926-7227.
Anyone interested in coach-
ing is encouraged to contact
the department. All volunteer
coaches are required to be sub-
jected to a Florida Department
of Law Enforcement criminal
history background check to
ensure the safety of the youth
participants.


member agreed to recommend
a member of the community to ,"
serve on the committee.
Langston told board mem- ery Peters
bers that he will meet with the .J ':"
committee members to discuss v
the interview and selection
process and report back to the -
board. -" -Z)- _---
Commissioner Howard Kes- .'I. --- LL
sler expressed concern about F.,-'J@ -. ..'
individuals being selected to iJ-'-,' .. j
serve on the interview commit- "SALTY BEge l. '
tee and added that some people
may have a vested interest in "
recommending certain candi- ,S PROPERTIES ,
dates to the post.


BUDGET MEETING NOTICE

The City of Sopchoppy will be holding public hearings on the adoption of
Ordinance 2006-02, An Ordinance to adopt the Operating Budgets for the
General Fund and the Water. Fund of the City of Sopchoppy and to provide
a reasonable anticipated revenue and expenditure schedule for the 2006-2007
operating year.

The dates and time for the meetings.are: Thursday, August 31 and September 11,
2006 at 6:30 p.m. Each of these meetings will be held at City Hall, 100 Municipal
Avenue, Sopchoppy, FL. Adoption of this Ordinance is scheduled for the
September 11th meeting. A copy of the budget can be obtained or viewed at City
Hall. The public is urged to attend. Anyone needing special assistance to attend,
should contact the City Clerk's Office at 962-4611.




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