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Serving Wakulla County For More Than A Century


Green Tops Vause; School Board Unchanged


By KEITH BLACKMAR
01 The Wakulla News
The 2006 primary election
lacked the drama of past elec-
tions as none of the five local
races were closely contested on
Tuesday. Sept. 5.
A subdued crowd of about
75 people filled the back of
Supervisor of Elections Sherida
Crum's new office and the
county parking lot to the east
of the building.
When all of the ballots were
counted, all three school board
incumbents were re-elected,
with the closest race being
an 11 percent spread between
Jerry Evans and Broward Sapp
in District 5.
Evans received 3.210 votes.
or 55.78 percent, to 2,545 votes
(44.22 percent) for Sapp.
Becky Cook of District 3 won
her race by a larger margin as
she received 3.559 votes or
62.43 percent. Opponent Deb-
bie Miles received 2.142 votes
or 37.57 percent
Ray Gray won by a huge
margin over Ray Smith in the
District 1 school board race.
Gray received 3,690 votes or
64.72 percent to 2,006 votes or
35.28 percent for Smith.
The county commission
Democratic primary race in Dis-,
trict 2 was won by George Green
over incumbent Henry Vause.
Green received 2.720 votes or
60.07 percent to 1,808 votes or
39.93 percent for Vause.
The county commission
races were not dose either. Sally
Gandy won the Democratic pri-


mary in District 4 over DeLacy
Peavy by a margin of 2,544 votes
to 1.822 or 58.27 percent to 41.73
percent.
Gandy will take on District
4 incumbent Howard Kessler.
no party affiliation, during the
Tuesday, Nov. 7, General Elec-
tion. Green will face Republican
Larry Taylor in the District 2
race.
Supervisor Crum said she
was pleased that voter turnout
was 36.9 percent. She had pre-
dicted a lower voter turnout
in the 20 to 25 percent range
before the polls closed.
There were no major prob-
lems reported at the polls. Crum
said her only concern was that
the election process has got-
ten very expensive in recent
years with the addition of the
touch-screen voting machines, a
variety of different ballots, com-
puter programming required for
two different types of voting
machines, and two weeks of
early voting.
"It went real smooth." said
Crum of election night. "Every-
body loved the touch screens."
The 2006 primary election
marked the first time the touch
screen votirig machines were
,used in Wakulla County.
After the results were tabu-
lated, the canvassing board of
Wakulla County Commissioner
Maxie Lawhon. Judge Jill Walker
and Crum counted 12 provi-
sional ballots.
Provisional ballots are those
ballots cast by voters who do
not have a photograph identi-


Candidates Lined Highway 319 On Election Day


fiction with signature as the
most common reason.
The canvassing board makes
the determination if the provi-
sional ballots should be count-
ed based on the signature.
The Wakulla County ballots
also featured state races for
governor, attorney general. U.S.
senator and chief financial offi-
cer. The strongest running state
candidates included Jim Davis
and Charlie Crist for governor.
Skip Campbell for attorney gen-
eral, and Randy Johnson for and
chief financial officer.
The state and federal races
will also be decided in Novem-
ber.


r"iuiu uy WvviiiinmS nu11uo ue
Citizens Watch Results Come In, As Canvassing
Board Counts Votes Behind Them


Green

'Soaks'

Up Win

By WILLIAM SNOWDEN
01 The Wakulla News
George Green said his work
on the campaign trail has been
"grueling really, really tough."
The challenger who unseated
incumbent District 2 County
Commissioner Henry Vause in
Tuesday's Democratic primary
said, "You don't realize how big
this county really is until you get
out there."
Green's work paid off with
a comfortable lead throughout
the night as results came in at
the supervisor of elections of-
fice, where he sat surrounded
by supporters.
Green said he expects a tough
race against Republican Larry
Taylor .in November. With a
chance to take a breath before
gearing up for more campaign-
ing, Green said of his primary
victory. "I actually want to just
soak this in."
Henry Vause. wearing a red
"Re-Elect Henry Vause" T-shirt.
waited for results outside the
building. He smiled and said
he has enjoyed his term on the
commission.
"1 got a lot of things
Please turn to Page 14


Highway 98 Wreck Leaves


One Dead; Three Injured


By KEITH BLACKMAR
01 The Wakulla News
A traffic accident involving
a Wakulla County motorist and
three out-of-town motorcyclists
on U.S. Highway 98 Sunday.
Sept. 3. took the life of a 61-
year-old woman and critically
injured three others, according
to Florida Highway Patrol (FHP)
officials.
FHP officials said the ac-
cident occurred just north of
Bottoms Road at 12:20 p.m.
According to the report.
Brenda M. Qualls. 49. of Craw-
fordville was driving north-
bound on the highway while
the three motorcyclists were
moving southbound. Quails left
the northbound lane and began
to straddle the center line, the
report showed.
She struck Pamela A. Lafoe.
53. with her 2005 Hyundai. La-


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foe. of Floral City. was driving a
2006 Suzuki. After being struck
on the left side, the motorcycle
turned over on its right side and
came to rest facing south on the
west shoulder of the highway,
said the FHP.
FHP officials said that Quails
continued in a northwesterly
direction and entered the south-
bound lane and struck Kathleen
M. Dolan. 52. of Brooksville.
Dolan was riding a 2006 Honda
motorcycle. The motorcycle
overturned and came to rest
on the west shoulder facing
southwest.
Quails continued in a north-
westerly direction and struck a
2006 Honda operated by Sharon
C. Reid. 62. of Inglis. Reid was
ejected from the motorcycle and
came to rest facing south on the
west shoulder of the highway.


Former WI

Makes Hal
By KEITH BLACKMAR
Ol'The Wakulla re 6s
Crawfordville resident and
former Wakulla War Eagle foot-
ball star Mike Smith will be
inducted into the University
of Northern Iowa (UNI) Hall of
Fame in October. one of five
Panther athletes and'officials to
be honored by the Cedar Falls,
Iowa university.
Smith led Wakulla to one
of its two high school football
state championships andwas in
the football program during the
first state title year, both under
Coach J.D. Jones. Smith was also
in the basketball program when
Wakulla won a state title under
Coach Jerry Davis.
Smith used his success at
Wakulla High School to secure
a college scholarship at UNI,
which was coached by Craw-


She was pronounced dead at
the scene.
The Quails vehicle suffered
$12.000 worth of damage: she
was listed in serious condi-
tion at Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital.
Lafoe's motorcycle suffered
$6.000 worth of damage, and
she was listed in critical condi-
tion at TMH. Dolan's vehicle
suffered $10.000 worth of dam-
age. and her condition was
listed as critical at TMH.
Reid's motorcycle suffered
$30.000 worth of damage. All
three motorcyclists were wear-
ing their helmets at the time
of the crash. The accident was
investigated by FHP Trooper
Herbert Brown. The homicide
investigator was Corporal Don-
nie Pitts. The investigation was
not complete as of Tuesday.


HS Star

I Of Fame


Mike Smith
fordville resident and College
Football Hall of Fame inductee
and former Florida State Univer-
sity coach Darrell Mudra.
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Photo ny Lynaa
Dr. Dennis And Mary Mooney Opened Shop 32 Years Ago


A True Family Practice


By KEITH BLACKMAR
01 Tne Wakulla News
Tucked away among the
concrete block buildings and
parking spaces at Courthouse
Square in Crawfordville sits a
medical office that shares its
outdoor motif with county of-
fices and the Wakulla. County
Courthouse.
The office of veteran Craw-
fordville dentist Dr. Dennis R.
Mooney may have the look
of the country outside with a
bird feeder, garden, trellis and
outdoor seating, but the inside
of the building is "high tech,"
with all of the latest equipment
necessary to run a dental office
in the 21st century.
Dr. Mooney and his wife
of 37 years, Mary, have spent
nearly 32 years caring for the
dental needs of Wakulla County
residents and Medicaid patients
from the surrounding area.
The 1970s in Wakulla County
provided little traffic, no traffic
lights and only a few thousand
residents. But when Mooney
opened his doors in April 1975,
"We had people knocking on
the doors before we had a


chance to unpack the boxes."
said Practice Manager Mary
Mooney.
Dennis and Mary had moved
from Chicago to work in the.
dental unit at the federal prison
in Tallahassee. The couple lived
in Tallahassee for three years
while Lt. Commander Mooney
of the U.S. Public Health Ser-
vice tended to the needs of FCI
inmates.
But Dennis longed for his ru-
ral roots southwest of Chicago
and found them on a trip to
the beach.
"I picked up The Wakulla
News to see what was going
on," Mooney said. "I read in'
the paper where the county
commission had set a priority
list. Number one was refuse
disposal and number two was
dental care. It was nice and
quiet around here."
"If I'm second to garbage.
how much better can you get
than that?" Mary joked of her
memories of the trip to the
beach.
The Mooneys discovered a
building that was partially emp-
ty and ready for a tenant. The


structure was home to devel-
oper and realtor Tommy Rowell
at the time and fit the needs of
a new dental practice.
"There was no way I could
have built a building at that
time," Dennis said. "Wakulla
Bank had just opened in a
trailer."
"Instead of going to the
beach, we had a rather intense
discussion about locating here,"
Mary. said.
"I thought I grew up in a
small town near Chicago,"
Dennis added. "There .wasn't
anything here back then."
The Mooneys opened up
with a hygienist as soon as the
equipment was unpacked, and
they shared the office space
with Rowell, attorneys and
mental health officials until
eventually converting all of the
space in the 1990s.
"We've always considered
this a home-based business,"
said Mary. "Many of our cli-
ents had never seen a dentist
before."
The outside and inside
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Comment & Oinion

Established in Wakulla County in 1895
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Our View


We Want To Hear


Your Thoughts

If you're a regular reader of The Wakulla News, you've
likely noticed some changes on this page in recent
Weeks.
$ Some have been subtle, such as the smaller headlines
on Letters to the Editor, which will allow us to print more
of your opinions each week. Others have been more sub-
stantial, such as the placement of several opinion columns
and local editorials.
Another new feature this week is located at the top of
this page a guest column by Wakulla resident Daniel
Thompson. It's the first installment of what we hope
will be a weekly feature in The Wakulla News, with Mr,
Thompson and other local residents sharing that space
on a weekly basis.
We also will print occasional columns by staff writers
William Snowden and Keith Blackmar as well as other
.-members of the staff from time to time.
SThe behind this and virtually all of the elements on
:.this page is to foster communication in the community.
:We know you have opinions; we want to provide as many
.avenues as possible for you to share those thoughts with
Your neighbors and friends. ,.
SIf you are interested in writing a guestopinion column
-or even being a regular monthly columnist we would
' love to hear from you. Either call Editor Ira Schoffel at
Sthe office (926-7102) or send in a column to be considered
o for publication..
SThe typical length would be about 600 to 700 words, or
Stwo to three double-spaced, typed pages. Longer columns
Smay be edited for length.
; We also soon will be announcing plans foran editorial
Sboard.,which will include members of the staff as well
;as the community. The editorials in this space will be
Formed by that board. Be on the lookout for that, and in
Sthe meantime, keep cranking out those letters.,




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My View


The Power Of Public Sentiment


There has been much contro-
versyin our local government in
the past few years. Let's set our
differences aside for a moment
.. just a moment.
Wiyit is public sentiment?
Funkri& Wagnalls College Dic-
tionary defines "sentiment"
as: .
: l;.oble, tender, or artistic
feeling, or susceptibility to
such feeling; also its verbal
expression.
. 2. That form of feeling in
which the soul responds to the
good asit comes to man directly
through his rational nature;
emotions awaked by things that
appear to have worth. Straight
forward, it is one's opinion
expressed in the open riew of
the people.
Our nation began as settle-
ments and colonies, each gov-
erned by men of prestige (large
land owners) and leaders of
the church. They held meet-
ings on a regular basis back
then, everyone attended those
meetings. This is where they
expressed their concerns.
As the country grew, England
established a presence in the
new world, and it exercised its
"will" upon the people. In the
1760s, King George III began
to exert control over the new
world through use of The Stamp
Act. Sugar Act, the Navigation
Act. The Townsend Revenue
Tax and othei tactics. He taxed
and controlled the trade com-
merce here, as well as the goods
shipped to the new world from
England.
Meanwhile, the publicizing
of public sentiment fostered
and solidified the feelings
of the people. The two most
prominent groups that fornred.
The Whigs and -The Sons-of
Liberty, had differences. But ul-
timately, as we all know. public
sentiment merged after King
George declared the States in re-


The Fore-Fathers Pen

Daniel Thompson
billion, and we finally declared
Independence in 1776. ,
It was public sentiment and
the free expression in meetings,
commissions, and the press, by
which we as people shrugged
off the tyranny of King George,
We refused to line his pockets
and fill the coffers of England
and perpetuate the mounting-
debts the States had with Eng-
land (though the debt contin-
ued for many years).
I have been to several ports
along the Eastern seaboard,
but most prominently, Boston
Harbor. I've walked its docks.
contemplating the spirit that
drove those men to dress like
Indians and raid the ships and
toss the tea into the water.
In reflection, I believe their
public sentiment strengthened
the resolve in the minds and
hearts of men like James Madi-
son, who grew up in this era
and in 1787 were a driving force
in the formation of a "Federalist
SUnion."
The men and women of that
time period believed, at all costs,
the protection of our rights and
liberties afforded to us by God
would be established. And alas.
we have a constitutional govern-
ment that is not, "What can it
Sdo for us," but rather, "what it
can not."
Self-government starts in our
own hearts. -.to local, to state,
to federal and from federal to
the states and individual. A
balance must always be kept
in order to have a free self-gov-
ernmental society. This is only
'mearnt t6'be a-genrAil .overlview
of that time period, not of a
definitive nature -(Next month,
I will touch on the "creation
four constitution" and the


men of 1787, who dared such
a task.)
All through our history.
public sentiment has been a
deciding factor in the forma-
tion ,of our laws and policies.
Civil rights, women's rights,
the rights of the disabled, mi-
norities, and many more rights,
have all been affected by public
sentiment.
Several times it has been-
because of a single voice crying
out, in our "sea of sentiment,"
that we have had a change, in
government and in the moral
beliefs of our society. We con-
tinue as a people to follow the
foundation of our rights,
In a "freedom of speech"
case, United States v. Eichman,
Supreme Court Justice Brennan
stated in the Opinion of the
Court, "If there is a bedrock
principle underlying the First
Axiendment, it is that the Gov-
ernment may not prohibit the
expression of an idea simply
because society finds the idea it-
self offensive or disagreeable."
The Dissenting Opinion in
the same case, Chief Justice
Stevens said, "The freedom of
expression protected by the
First Amendment embraces
not only the freedom to com-
municate particular ideas but
also the right to communicate
them effectively."
Remember, our leaders are
elected to represent the ma-
jority; how will they know
your sentiment, unless you tell.
them? Each one of us has a
"voice," and each is precious, in
the ever-evolving form of "good
government" that we enjoy.
We have heard the commis-
sioners invite public sentiment.
Without it, they exercise their
best judgment, which',nay
or may not be the will of the

We also enjoy a "silent" but
powerful voice voting. Get out


A place to start
The Internet Public Library
(www.ipl.org) and EnviroLink
(www.envirolink.org) pro-
vide news, links and other
resources related to the envi-
ronment.

there this fall and exercise and
honor that power that has been
afforded us, by the spilling of
blood, sweat and tears by the
masses of yesteryear.
"Explosive growth" may be
our King George, with his taxes
being the massive debt that it
is being created in our environ-
ment of North Florida. We. as
the public. need to be informed.
especially on our biggest issue
- water.
We have a water pollution
problem, this can no longer be
disputed. There are handbooks
available on research tech-
niques, and valuable links to
search sites. There are libraries,
bookstores and Internet sites
that can give us tools to become
a more informed society. And
finally, listen to the voices of
our bio-scientists.
Let us have educated dis-
cussions and decisions on 'all
the issues of water, in order
to protect the. "harmony with
environment" that our children
will reap, with seeds we sow
today.
I close with a quote from
Senator Alan Simpson from,
Wyoming speaking on ethics in
politics in Washington D.C.. in
the 1980s. I believe this is still
true today and applicable to our
county. "If everybody in this
town got to the point where
they ask themselves, H.ow
would I feel if that happened
to.me,.as a human being.' we'll
make some progress!"
- l1akilla resident Daniel
Thompson's column appears
monthly.


Your Views


Keep Campaigns Civil
Editor, The News:,
I am extremely disappointed
when I see local candidates go
negative while campaigning. As
I talk to this year's candidates.
I am convinced every one of
them have put themselves
forward with the goal of guid-
inggliis county through some
.toug~-times.
'"'.ndidates may disagree
on 'th details, but they unani-
,mo "Iagree we have a won-
derful county and they want
the best for our citizens and
future generations. I encourage
all of our candidates to com-
mit to. running clean, positive,
campaigns.
Every person in this county
is family. friend or neighbor.
and we need each other after
the election, no matter whom
the people choose. Negative at
tacks destroy harmonious work-
ing relationships desperately
needed to solve our problems
in a fair. courteous manner,~
Candidates also need to
encourage their supporters to
not disturb opposing political
signs and billboards and focus
on their positive attributes.
I encourage our candidates
to talk about issues that matter
to Wakulla Citizens economic
opportunities for families; safety
and security of our, children; in-
frastructure upgrades including'
roads, sewer and storm water;
protecting our natural resources;
and operating our government
in the most efficient manner


possible
for our'
nesses.
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official's
and con
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would confuse this obvious
legal issue with a political issite
is stunning.
SsAlthough he may character-
ize it as a "scrivener's error,"
others may view it as a failure
of due diligence.
SCorporate status and defects
in real estate titles dearly fall
within the province of courts,
and not politicians.
Bringing it to the attention
of the Northwest Florida Wa-
ter Management District in an'
open forum clearly does not
elevate it to the status of a "po-
litical issue."
SLettr One need not be a lawyer,
Letters or even a politician, to retrieve
e to p e re data off the information su-
r to provide tax relief
h meowners and busi- perhighway. It takes no great
homeowners and busi- .
intellectual prowess to go to the
would be every elected secretary of State's Web page
would be every elected oi t.h r ..... g .
goal to civilly disagree the Wakulla County Clerk's
tinue to work together. Web page to verify the status
d to elect officials who of recorded deed and corporate
d to elect officials who ..., .
filings.
and American govern- ....f. ,i
d Aeri can gvern- Is it too much to ask for the
tly works because elect- adviser 'to the applicants who
esentatives understand
s want to cash in on "the next%
of compromise. h d
df cm Brimner oil" to do a little pointing and
Wakulla County clicking to get their paperwork
Wakulla County in order?
mlaal,,nnv listictiII t U


He Should Know Better
Editor, The News:
Allison Defoor's characteriza-
'tion of a water permit applica-
tion on behalf of a non-existent
corporation with no recorded
deed as a "scrivener's error" is
puzzling. Additionally, that he
- a member of the Florida Bar


Letters Policy
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Madeleine H. Carr
Crawfordville


Sheriff's Speaker Was
Much Appreciated
Editor, The News: *
I would like to take the op-
portunity to thank the Wakulla
County School Board and the
Wakulla County Sheriff's De-
partment for the sponsoring
of Captain Pete Collins as an
inspirational speaker at Wakulla
High School.
Captain Collins was blunt
and to the point, as well as
entertaining. The students
listened intently as he shared
heart-wrenching (as well, as
humorous) stories concerning
his dealings with drunk drivers.
Not one of our students left un-
affected by the message.
I sincerely appreciate the
effort by the school board and
sheriff's department to make
a difference in the lives of our
students, especially in this most


serious matter of underage
drinking.
Mike Crouch
Principal,
Wakulla High School

Youth: Save The Animals
Editor, The News:
This letter is .fr all the
county commissioners.
Hi, I'm Alleasha Wright, a
12-year-old girl concerned about
the construction. A lot of ani-
mals are getting hurt and even
killed because people are taking
over their land and homes. They
only have a few places to go,
and what they do have we are
taking away.
I love animals and I've been
trying to help them in any way
I can. But, I need help trying to
get their homes saved.
I used to volunteer at the
Florida Wildlife Mammal As-
sociation, and the animals are
hurt really bad. Some have
broken wings, broken bones,
diseases from eating out of the
garbage, poked-out eyes, paraly-
sis and even worse.
One time a baby fox got his
head stick in a jar, and a baby'
bird's legs are paralyzed and can
never be returned into the wild.
How would you feel if you were
an animal with one of these
problems?
It's not a fair way to live.
You would not like it if you
came home from work and saw
that your house was gone and
someone was there that you did
not even know. I really wish the
construction would slow down
or even better stop, but I don't
think that will happen by my-
self. I'll need some help.
Many animals are getting
hurt and dying. It's really sad. I
wrote you to ask for your help.
I think that you could set aside
more forest and woods or slow
down construction.
Please do what you can.
Wildlife is very important and
it deserves more forest and re-
spectl Please do something to
help. I really hope you cani
Alleasha Wright
Crawfordville


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Fire Protection Not A
Luxury; It's A Necessity
Editor, The News:
These days, we are hearing
a lot about the rising cost of
. taxes. Between the increased
values of our homes and the
ever-rising cost of doing busi-
ness for the county, our county
commissioners are doing .their
best to keep these costs down
so that they can keep the mill-
age at 8.25 mills.
We have heard realtors say
that the real estate market
has been slowing down. This
means that next year, the coun-
ty will have less growth than
this year and maybe even have
less money to work with than
this year.
The volunteer fire depart-
ments have informed the coun-
ty commissioners that during.
. the weekdays, they are unable
to provide a satisfactory level
. of service to the citizens of this
county in the areas 'of major
development (Crawfordville,
Wakulla Station and Medart).
SThey have stated that paid fire-
fighters are a must during these
time frames in these areas.
A workshop'was held on July
3, 2006 with the county commis-
sioners, and a document titled,
"The State of the Fire Rescue
Services in Wakulla County,"
was discussed in depth.
The commissioners all un-
Sderstood the problems the fire
service faces and said that they,
would do their part in helping
them get the finances to solve
the problems documented in
this document.
,Now that it has come down
to the budget; it seems that.
when it comes to the fire ser-
vices, they want to put off a
major portion of this funding
Until next year or later..
So what happens next year
when there is even less funding
available? Do we wait another
year? We have been asked what
problems will it create if we just
wait another year. We can't say
Sfor sure that it will make a big
Difference, but what if we have
an ISO audit this year, since we
are due for one?
Well, for one, we would say
,that most' homeowners will
" each-pay hundreds of clla'rs
more in insurance, and biisi-
Snesses even more. Yes.. w 'f can
getour ISO rating redone after
we correct the deficiencies, but
that may take a year or two dur-!
ing which time we will be pay-
ing much higher rates ... and,
no, we don't get refunds.
What if one of these new,
Large multi-family units catches
fire and burns completely down
along with some adjourning
units? Can we say it will hap-
:pen? No, but it could.
SWhat about the people who
live outside of the five-mile
range of the departments,
where many new homes are
being built? Maybe we need an
ordinance that requires builders
tell buyers.- in writing that
they will most, likely pay over
S$1,000 more in insurance a year
because they are beyond the
five-mile limit and we don't
.have the funds to build and
Sequip a new station.
What about the schools that
are beyond the five-mile limit?
i Did you know that the county
has schools that are more than
'five miles from any fire station?
Don't we have a responsibility
to our children?
The crisis this county is fac-
ing is.far more than a budget
crisis or the cost of the homes.
It is an insurance crisis, and
right now the county commis-
sion is' giving them just that
much more reason to increase
our premiums.
No one wants more taxes, but
we either all pay a tax for our
fire service, which amounts to
around 33 cents a day, or many
times that amount additional to
our insurance companies.
Your volunteers have done
what they can with what they
have had.
The fire service cannot afford
to wait any longer. It's never a


Good time to increase taxes,
but we must have a significant
increase in funding before it
costs us dearly.
If you would like a copy of
the "State of the Fire Rescue
Services in Wakulla County"
document, you may request
one by e-mailing president@
wcuffa.org.
If you support the need for
increased fire service fund-
ing, please contact the county
commissioners and let them
know The fire rescue service
of Wakulla County needs your
support.
David Harrison


Letters


President
Wakulla County United
Fire Fighters Association

Water Plant Is Mistake
Editor, The News:
With regard to the so-called
public hearings on the Highs/
Gray water project, it doesn't
take a genius to figure out what
will happen when the process
and outcome are paid for by the
proponents of the project.
My guess is that the hearings
will result in a glowing report in
favor of the project and provide
some semblance of political
cover to any commissioner who
may be tempted to go south on
his previous "no" vote on the
project. Armed with a 3-2. vote,
the project becomes a reality.
This project is a horrible idea
for three basic reasons: bad loca-
tion, bad timing, and bad news
on what is to follow.
Location: Next to Wakulla
Springs, Cherokee Sink, Camp
Indian Springs, and the schools
on Spring Creek Highway.
Timing: This project is a slap
in the face to Wakulla County's
efforts to make the city of Talla-
hassee do what is right with the
spray fields and those citizens
in the Tallahassee and Wakulla
areas who are trying their best
to save Wakulla Springs.
Finally, what is to follow.
Listen carefully to the words
of the proponents: "Wakulla,
County is the Saudi Arabia of
water. Water is the next oil ..
t 'o
a there":. r,, .,, -
Now. no self-respecting vater
sheik would be content.to leave
all that water in the ground
especially just take out a pal-
try 70,000 gallons per day.,
Two things are subject to
happen if the Highs/Gray water
project is approved. First, the
proponents will petition the
North Florida Water Manage-
ment District to increase the
amount of water to be taken,.
say, to the million or so gallons
per day previously approved by
the district.
'Second, the community no-
tables who have already in-
corporated their own water
companies, will come out of
the woodwork, demand equal
treatment, and join in the feed-
ing frenzy to transport large
quantities of water out of the
county.
Just moderate changes in the
county commission will make
this a distinct possibility.'
Water tankers and pipelines,
anyone?
David Murrell
Crawfordville

Kids Need Active School
Breakfast Program
Editor, The News:
The National School Break-
fast Program is a proven tool
for meeting educational and nu-
tritional needs in this country.
For most states, improvement
in school breakfast participa-
tion would provide millions of
dollars in federal assistance to
help thousands of low-income
children.
Many children do not get a
nutritious breakfast at home,
whether it be because of limited
time, limited income, lack of pa-
rental assistance, or just simply
because someone might not be
hungry when they first wake
up. Missing breakfast impairs
learning for students and work
productivity for adults.
Research has proven time
and time again that those who'
skip breakfast are less able
to distinguish among similar
images, show increased er-
rors and have slower memory
recall. ResearCh indicates that
hungry children have lower
math scores and have increased
behavioral, emotional and aca-
demic problems.
Eating breakfast at school
helps students, perform better.
Studies show that children
who eat breakfast closer to


beginning class instruction
and test-taking time perform
better on standardized tests
than those who skip breakfast
or eat breakfast at home. With
the recent emphasis on FCAT
scores, it makes perfect sense to
encourage breakfast consump-
tion at school.
School breakfast improves
student diets. Studies show
that children who participate
in school breakfast eat more
fruits, drink more milk and
consume less saturated fat
than those who do not eat
breakfast or who have breakfast
at home. Breakfast eaters also
show better weight control or
maintenance than those who
skilpbreakfast.
The School Breakfast Pro-
gram, like the National-School
Lunch Program, is an entitle-
ment to schools, meaning that
any school offering the meals
under the federal guidelines
will:.be reimbursed with fed-
eral dollars. Under Florida law,
public elementary schools must
provide breakfast meals to
students. Students qualifying
for free or reduced-price lunch
meals also qualify for free or
reduced-price breakfast meals.
The federal entitlement also
supports students paying a
full price for their meals with
Wakulla elementary schools
only charging 75 cents for full-
paid student breakfasts. For the
type and amount of food items
served with school breakfast
meals, this price is very eco-
nomical and tough to match,
even for meals prepared and
served at home.
Generally, the states with
higher participation levels of
the School Breakfast Program
were those with greater com-
bined state and local efforts to
involve more schools, reduce
the stigma students may as-
sociate with- participation in
the program, engage in out-
reach, educate families about
the value of school breakfast,
eliminate barriers to application
for reduced-price or free meals,
move more schools to universal
free breakfast, and overall make
the program attractive and ac-
cessible.
wiiB' V f0'r'p ysC9pnd-
,ary schools do not provide
dktqh4A As,,d l bu;Vfij ga y
was sent home recently asking
for feedback regarding the pos-
sibility of beginning a breakfast
program in the county's sec-
ondary schools. If you haven't
already done so, I would encour-
age parents of middle and high
school students to complete
the survey and return it to the
school.'
The school board is looking
for public input on this impor-
tant issue and needs to hear
from students and parents so
the School Food Service Depart-
ment can make an informed
decision on starting breakfast
programs in' the secondary
schools.
School breakfast is an essen-
tial educational and health sup-
port that needs to be available
to every school child in this
country. No child should have
to start the school day hungry
to learn but unable to do so
because of a hungry stomach.
School breakfast should be
available to all children who
want breakfast in order to en-
sureithat every child starts the
day ready to ,learn.
Rick Parks,
Registered Dietitian
Crawfordville

PTA Seeks Your Support
Editor, The News:
Now, more than ever, par-
ents need to be involved in
the education of children. The
Florida Parent Teacher Associa-
tion (PTA) offers many services
and educational opportunities
for parents and has traditionally
provided the vital link between
home and school.
In 2005-06, there were 361,807
PTA members in Florida's
schools. Out of that number,
Region 2 (Gadsden, Gilchrist,
Leon, Wakulla, Jefferson, Dixie,
Franklin, Lafayette, Liberty,


Madison, Suwannee and Taylor
counties) contributed only 2,148
members. Region 1, to the west
of us, had 12,956 members. And
Region 3, to the east of us, had
46,032 members.
With our close proximity to
the state capital, Region 2 is in a
prime location to make a bigger
difference for children. And the
Florida PTA is hoping to expand
child advocacy opportunities
to more area schools in these
counties. In the past few years,
county councils have formed in
Gadsden and Leon, and local


units are learning more about
PTA opportunities.
PTA is a member-based asso-
ciation working for children and
youth at the local school, coun-
ty, state and national levels. PTA
helps to keep parents informed
on all issues relating to children
their education, health and
well-being and provides cul-
tural arts opportunities'for all
school age children.
In addition, PTA members
lobby on behalf of children
and education by using 'posi-
tion statements adopted at the
PTA's annual convention:. As a
PTA member, you can make a
difference for all chiditen by
presenting ideas and promoting
child advocacy in the legislative
process. As PTSA members, stu-
dents can participate in#his pro-
cess and understand that they,
too, can make a difference.
At the Florida Leadership
Conference this past summer,
those in attendance heard
Florida Department of Educa-
tion Commissioner John Winn
express his support for PTAs in
local schools around the state.
Lt. Governor Toni Jennings
recognized PTA's contributions
to education and acknowl-
edged' those members from
Leon County. Our region, while
small, is in the spotlight. We are
confident that a strong, viable,
well-informed and supported
PTA in local schools is in the
best interest of students.
Florida PTA, in conjunction
with the Region 2 representa-
tive and the Leon and Gadsden
County Council, are planning a
Parent Involvement Conference,
Current PTA members, parents
interested in learning more
about PTA, former PTA leaders,
school administrators, teachers
and community members are
,invited to attend,
Over the next few months,
the area County Councils will
provide more information
about this event and other
planned events. PTA encour-
ages all parents, teachers and
students, care-givers arid com-
munity members to be a part
of the PTA.
To learn more about PTA,
'please visit our Web site (www.
* fb'idalta'.bigY',"call the Florida
'PTA'at 1-S00-373-57S2' or 'or-


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respond via email to info@
floridapta.org.
Local representative and
county council contacts are:
Jerome Showers, Florida PTA
Region 2 representative, jtshow-
ers@bellsouth.net; Rheunette
Chandler, Gadsden County
Council president, (850) 294-
7508 (cell); Bonnie J. Abellera,
Leon County Council, president,
Leonptal@yahoo.com.
The Florida PTA is a 501
(c)(3) association. Its members
and leaders are all volunteer
parents, teachers or students
who are interested in support-
:ing children in all schools. Join
,PTA today to make a difference.


If'you are already a member of
a PTA, learn how you can get
more involved in child advocacy
or leadership training activities
in your school or county.
Jerome Showers
Havana


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Wakulla County Sheriff

David E Harvey

invites everyone to attend the

annual 9-11 Memorial Service

on Monday, Sept. 11 at 8:45 a.m.


The 2006 service is thefifth anniversary

of the terrorist attack.

The service will begin at 8:46 a.m.,

the exact time the first commercial

airliner struck the first tower

of the World Trade Center.



Wakulla County law enforcement

officers, emergency medical personnel

and firefighters have also been

invited to attend.


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Church


Divorce Care

Seminar
St. Teresa Episcopal Church in
Medart will host "DivorceCare,"
a divorce recovery seminar and
support group. The opening sem-
inar will be held Saturday, Sept.
16, from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. The
group will meet on 10 Sundays,
beginning Sept 24 from 5:30 p.m.
until 7 pm. The church is located
at 1255 Rehwinkel Road, off U.S.
Highway 98.
DivorceCare features nation-
ally recognized experts on di-
vorce, Recovery topics such as
anger, loneliness, depression,
new relationships,:children and
forgiveness will be covered
,For more information, call the
church at 926-4288 or Fr. John
Spicer at 445-4062.
Pioneer Baptist
Conducts Revival
Pioneer Baptist Church will
conduct revival services Sunday,
Sept. 10, through Wednesday,
Sept. 13. The messages will be
delivered by Dr. Freddy Davis of
MarketFaith Ministries. :
The Sunday service will be
held at 10:30 a.m., and the
Monday through Wednesday
services will be held at 7 p.m.
pioneer is located four miles
east of Crawfordville and 300
yards north of the Lower Bridge
Road and Spring Creek Highway
intersection.
The public is invited to: at-
tend. For more information, call

Pioneer Baptist Hosts
Worldview Seminar
Pioneer Baptist Church in
Crawfordville will host a World-
yiew Seminar led by Dr. Freddy
pavis on Saturday. Sept. 9, from 9
a.m. until noon. Dr. Davis is the
author of nine books, the latest
of which is, "Cultural Wars: What
You Believe Does Matter."
Davis completed his under-
graduate work at Florida State
University and earned two de-
grees from Southwestern Baptist
Theological Seminary. Following
seminary, and after'being a pas-
tor of a church for two years, he
pid his wife, Deborah. served 17
years as international missionar-
ies in Japan and Latvia. He is
founder and executive director
of MarketFaith Ministries.
There is no, charge for the
seminar and complimentary cof-
fee and donuts will be served at
9:30 a.m. For more information,
call 926-6161.

Medart Assembly Hosts
Life Line Screening Tod
Reduce Risk Of Stroke
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
1-877-237-1287. Pre-registration
is required.

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Obituaries


Malba Berg
Malba Berg, 82, of Colorado
died Friday, Sept. 1, 'in Colo-
rado.
The funeral service will be
held Friday, Sept. 8, at 10 a.m.
local time at Olinger Chapel Hill
Mortuary, 6601 S. Colorado Blvd.,
Littleton, Colo, 80121.
A native of Smith Creek, she
was preceded in death by her
husband, Arvid Berg. To share
memories and condolences
with her family, visit www.mem.
com.
Survivors include her three
children, Alanna Gaskill, Marta
Baker and Chris Berg: five grand-
children, Corey Gaskill, Dan
Gaskill, Tim Baker, Katie Baker
and Cindy.Berg; two sisters, Bea
Limbaugh and Gayle Harrell; and
three brothers, Warren Langston,
Walton Langston and Michael
Langston.
Olinger Chapel Hill Mortuary
in Littleton, Colo, is in charge of
the arrangements;
Reginald Brown
Reginald Brown. 56, of Medart
died Thursday. Aug. 24. ,
The funeral service was held
Saturday, Sept. 2, at Hope For Life
Baptist Church in Tallahassee
with: burial at Southside Cem-
etery. He was a disabled native
of Tampa.,
Survivors include his care-
giver, Shelley Cason.
Strong & Jones Funeral Home
in Tallahassee was in charge of
the arrangements.
Judith A. Lambert
Judith Ann Lambert, 50, of
Tallahassee died Thursday. Aug.
31, in Crawfordville.
The funeral service was held
Monday. Sept. 4, at Heritage Fu-
neral Home in Cairo; Ga., with
burial at Woodland Cemetery
in Havana. ,
Survivors include a son, Pat-
rick Wayne Lambert and'wife
Stacy f Tallahasseei her:mother
and stepfather, JoAnn and Car-
mon Razzano of Clearwater: her
father and stepmother. Melvin
and Alice..Alday of Chiefland; a
brother. Barry Owen Alday of
Beverly Hills;;a sister. Michelle
Clark of Sarasota: two step-
brothers. David Patrick Alday of
Germany and Derrick Anthony
Alday of Tallahassee; her former
husband, Billy Lambert of Talla-
hassee; three step-grandchildren.
Brittany and Skyler of Cairo, Ga.,
and Steven of Tallahassee: and a
grandson due to be born in De-
cember, Dallas Wayne Lambert..
Heritage Funeral Home in
Cairo, Ga., was in charge of the'
arrangements.


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0 Daniel Cookse.
926-I\AN(4826)
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Wakulla
United Methodist Church
SSunday Contemporary Service 8:30 a.m.
Sunday School for all ages 10 a.m.
S SundayWorship Ia.m.
Wednesday Service -7 p.m.
1584 Old Woodville Rd.
Wakulla Station
421-5741
Pastor Drew Standridge


Annie B. B. Thomas
Annie Bell Baker Thomas, 85,
of Crawfordville died Monday,
Aug. 28, in Augusta, Ga.
The funeral service was held
Saturday, Sept. 2, at Mount
Olive Primitive Baptist Church
No. 2,with burial at Richardson
Cemetery.
A native of Hilliardville, she
was a memberr of Rocky Mount
Chur4cand a retired laborer.
Survivors include a son, Wil-
lie iMcoy Sr. and wife Deborah;
three daughters Debrah Scott.
andd,ohasband Harry. Frances
Baker #nd husband Phillip, and
Wanda Gavin and husband Her-
man; a sister, Ida Smith and hus-
band Hannibal; a brother, John
Edward Baker and wife Dorothy;
an aunt, Ella Mae Taylor; a special.
granddaughter whom she raised,
Iris "Pat" Johnson and husband
Marcus; a special stepdaughter,
Virginia."Bunchie" Thomas; 12
grandchildren; 13 great-grand-
children; and a host of nieces,
nephews and cousins.
Richardson's Family Funeral
Carein Tallahassee was in charge
of the arrangements.
Gloria P. Willis
Gloria Patricia Willis, 70, of
Carrabelle died Thursday, Aug.
31, in Crawfordville.
The funeral service was held
Saturday, Sept. 2, at Carrabelle
Church of God with burial at'
Evergreen Cemetery. Memorial
contributions may be made to
Big Bend Hospice. 1723 Mahan
Center Blvd.. Tallahassee. FL
32308.
She was retired from the Car-
rabelle Library and was a mem-:
ber of the Carrabelle Lions Club
and the Red Hat Society.
Survivors include a son, Ray
Phelps; four daughters, Rhon-
da Hart, Patricia Packer, 'Cindy
Phelps and Melody Sapp; four
sisters, Joyce Elmer, Joan West,
Sue Seffern and Alice Cuccarese;
10 grandchildren; and'five great-
grandchildren.
Harvey-Young Funeral Home,,'
in .Crawfordville was in charge
of the arrangements.
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GRACE
BAPTIST CHURCH
"Whele everybody i somebody in His bodv.
Sunday School ............ 9:30 a.m.
'Morning Worship ............10:30 a.m.
Evening Worship................... 7 p.m.
Wednesday Evening .........6:45 p.m.
S. Pastor Gary Tucker
S926-3217

11 IIShady Sea
V Missionary
SBaptist Church
SSpring Creek
47 Shady Sea St.
Sunday School.... 9:45 a.m.
Church......... ....... 11, a.m.
Wednesday..........,7 p.m.
Pastor: Billy Spence


Don Yon
Don Yon, 89, of Crawfordville
died Saturday, Sept. 2, in Craw-
fordville.
The funeral service was held
graveside Tuesday, Sept. 5, at
Bonnett Pond Cemetery in Med-
art. Memorial contributions may
be made to the American Heart
Association, (800) 242-8721.
A native of Holmes County,
he spent most of his life in Tal-
lahassee and Broward County.
A crane operator by profession,
he enjoyed a long career in
construction. He moved to Fort
Lauderdale in the mid-1940s and
was co-owner and operator of
International Seawall Construc-
tion Company, building seawalls
from Boca Raton to the Florida
Keys.
In later years, he was em-
ployed by the City of Tallahas-.
see, where he retired. An avid
fisherman and camper, he spent
many days on.the rivers and
lakes of Wakulla and Franklin
counties.
Survivors include his wife,
Geneva Norris of Crawfordville:
a brother, G.J. "Ronnie" Yon of
Taliahassee; and many nieces
and nephews.
Harvey-Young Funeral Home
in Crawfordville was in charge
of the arrangements.


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Sunday School 10 a.m.
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Wed. Prayer Meeting 7 p.;n
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Mass 9 a.m. Sunday
Sunday School 10 a.m.
Father lames'MacGee. Pastor
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Sunday School 9:15a.m. Church of Wakulla County
Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m. Hwy. 98, Acrossfrom WHS:
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Dave Buckridge, President Of Citizens Bank Of Wakulla-Ameris; And David Harvey, Wakulla County Sheriff.


Wakulla Helps FSU Athletics


By JIM LAMAR
Special To The Wakulla News
Steve Brown and David Har-
vey decided it was time to do
something special for Florida
State University and for their
neighbors. They found the per-
fect way to combine efforts and
help both groups.
Harvey, an FSU alumni, and
Brown, who attended the Uni-
versity of Alabama but has
since adopted the Seminoles,
organized a fundraising effort
that they hope will one day
fully endow athletic scholar-
ships for Wakulla County stu-
dent-athletes at FSU. Thanks to
a golf tournament and cookout
earlier this summer that raised
more than $15,000 for Seminole
Boosters, Harvey and Brown
started a scholarship fund that
will help pay the educational
costs for any Wakulla County
native who participates in a
varsity sport at FSU.
The goal, as Harvey said, is
to make the golf outing and
cookout an annual' event and
continue to build the 'Sechobl
arship endowment to serve
student-athletes from Wakulla
County who attend Florida
State on scholarship for years
to come.
"We've had a number of out-
standing athletes from Wakulla
.County at FSU through the
years. from Parrish Barwick
and Sam McGrew in football
to Windy Taff in softball," said
Harvey, who serves as the sher-
iff of Wakulla County. "This is
a chance for our county to get
active and help the Seminole
Boosters. It's costing more and
more to pay for scholarships
and it's getting so expensive
now to go to college that we
thought we could do something
to help out. So that's what we
did,"
Brown, a member of Semi-
nole Boosters' Board of Direc-
tors, said the fundraising effort
did more than just provide
money for the Boosters' scholar-
ship fund. It helped introduce
residents in Wakulla County
to the Seminole Boosters' mis-
sion.
"There are a lot of folks in
Wakulla County who are boost-
ers and Florida State fans," said
Brown, who is the Chairman of
Fortune Group International.
"So we thought it would be a
great idea to get some of the
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become boosters and get them
excited about Florida State
University."
More than 40 teams took.
part in the golf tournament,
Harvey said several businesses
including Wakulla Bank, Am-
eris Bank and Winn-Dixie pro-
vided financial support for the
fundraiser.
The golf tournament was
followed by a cookout that
featured appearances by Florida
State defensive coordinator
Mickey Andrews and several
football players, including quar-
terback Drew Weatherford.
"People got the chance to
meet players," Brown said. "We
had a lot of kids there and it re-
ally produced tremendous com-
munity involvement between
the Florida State boosters down
here and the team, of course."
Andy Miller, President of
Seminole Boosters, Inc., said
he was thrilled to hear about
Brown's and Harvey's plans to
Sinolve Waktlla-County and the
SBopsters. '" i
... "It's pretty obvious that we
have a strong contingent of Flor-
ida State alumni and boosters
in Wakulla County who want
to give something back to the
university," Miller said. "What
Steve Brown and David Harvey
have done to organize this ef-
fort is a special thing not only
for Florida State athletics but for
the student-athletes of Wakulla
County. It kind of warms your
heart to see how eager they are
to help us and to help their own
student-athletes."
Harvey, who said he is al-
ready looking forward to next
year's golf tournament and


cookout dinner, said raising
money to help future Wakulla
County student-athletes at
Florida State was an idea he
simply could not resist.
"I'm a Florida State booster
and I'm a Florida State alum,"


Harvey said. "And there are a
lot of Seminoles in Wakulla
County who enjoyed participat-
ing in this and who enjoyed the
chance to support Florida State.
And they enjoyed supporting
the kids of Wakulla County."


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WEEK IN WAKULLA
Thursday, September 7, 2006
ALZHEIMER'S SUPPORT GROUP meets at the public library at 6 p.m.
COASTAL OPTIMIST CLUB meets at Posey's Up the Creek in Panacea at noon.
COAST CHARTER SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE will be held at the school in St. Marks
from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
COUNTY COMMISSION will meet in the commission boardroom at 6 p.m. A work-
shop on the agenda is set for 5 p.m.
ROTARY CLUB meets at the senior center at 12 noon.
TCC STUDENT SERVICES NIGHT will be held at the TCC Wakulla Center from 6
p.m. to 8 p.m.
Friday, September 8, 2006
BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP meets at the public library at 3 p.m.
PICKIN' 'N' GRINNIN' JAM SESSION will be held at the senior center from 10
a.m. to noon. (Also on Tuesdays.)
Saturday, September 9,2006
CHEER CLINIC, sponsored by Wakulla High School cheerleaders, will be held at the
WHS gym from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Registration will begin at 9 a.m. Cost is $15
per participant. A program will be held for parents at noon.
OLD JAIL MUSEUM will be open selling thrift shop and historical society items to
benefit renovation of the museum from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
WORLDVIEW SEMINAR will be held at Pioneer Baptist Church from 9 a.m. to
noon. Dr. Freddy Davis, author of "Cultural Wars: What You Believe Does Matter,"
will speak.
Monday, September 11,2006
PLANNING COMMISSION meets in the commission boardroom at 7 p.m.
SCHOOL BOARD will meet at the school administration building at 5:30 p.m.
SOPCHOPPY CITY COMMISSION will meet at city hall in Sopchoppy at 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday, September 12, 2006
COUNTY COMMISSION BUDGET HEARING will be held at 6 p.m.
GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP, sponsored by Big Bend Hospice, will be held at the
hospice office, 2889 Crawfordville Hwy., Suite C, from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
NA meets at Joanna Johnson's office in the Barry Building at 7 p.m.
,TRANSPORTATION DISADVANTAGED Coordinating Board will meet at the
public library at 10 a.m.
Wednesday, September 13,2006
AA meets at Ochlockonee Bay UMC on Surf Road at noon.
BRAIN GYM CLASS will be held at the senior citizens center at 10:30 a.m.
FRIENDS OF WAKULLA SPRINGS meet in the cypress room of the Wakulla
Springs Lodge at 6:45 p.m.

North Florida Fair To Host Pageant
The North Florida Fair As- tion. The entry deadline is Sept.
sociation will sponsor its third 16. The pageant will be held at
annual Miss North Florida Lee Hall Auditorium at FAMUin
Fair/Miss Tallahassee Scholar- 0Tallahassee at 6 p.m.
ship Pageant and first annual The theme of the pageant
Outstanding Teen Pageant Sat- is, "The Sounds of Broadway."
urday, Oct. 7. Katie Holley of Crawfordville,
The winners of the two pag- clogging instructor and pageant
eants will advance to the.Miss committee member, will enter-
Florida Pageant in July 2007 and tainn. In addition, entertainment
receive a $1,000 scholarship. will be provided by Dr. Dennis
Additional scholarships will be Fiorini, Katelyn Fiorini and 2006
presented to four rinners-up. Miss Florida Allison Kreiger.
The competition includes an For more information,
interview, talent, evening wear, call 906-9650 or e-mail to
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Progress Energy filed paper-
work with the state to increase
the surcharge for fuel costs in
January 2007. That proposed
surcharge is expected to be
less than the one that custom-
ers have seen on their bills in
2006.
Progress Energy projected
fuel and environmental compli-
ance costs for 2007 to increase
by $161.4 million, which would
translate to about $3.72 for
residential customers who use.
1,000 kw hours of electricity,

Quilters Headed
Several Wakulla County resi-
dents will have their handiwork
on display at the 25th Anniver-
sary Capital City Quilt'Show:
The event, which is sched-
uled from Thursday, Sept. 14,
through Sunday, Dec. 3, at the'
Museum of Florida History in
Tallahassee, is being billed as
"generations of stories, millions
of stitches, thousands of hours,
hundreds of yards of fabric and
25 years of quilts."
The show will include more
than' 100 quilts, wall hang-
ings and other quilted items,
which will cover more than
4,000 square feet. Admission
is free but donations will be


increasing the average monthly
bill to some $113.28, according
to the company.
Progress Energy would make
no profit on the increased
charges to customers, which
are different from the utility's
base rate.
"The same pressures driving
up the cost of gas for your car
are driving up the cost of fuels
to generate electricity," said Jeff
Lyash, president and CEO of
Progress Energy Florida.
The company uses coal, oil,

To Capital City
accepted.
Visitors can make a donation
and receive a ticket that will go
into a drawing on the last day
of the show. One lucky winner
will take home a handcrafted
quilt.,
The museum is open 'Mon-
day through Friday from 9 a.m.
until 4:30 p.m.; Saturday from 10
a.m. until 4:30 p.m.; Sunday and
holidays from noon to 4:30 p.m,;
and the third Thursday of each
month from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. for
special programming.
For more information, call
245-6400 or visit the Web ,site.
(www.museumoffloridahistory.
com).


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Faculty Spotlight Attention all TCC Offers Two Great Programs to High School Students and Parents
SEagle Preview is an open-campus night for high school juniors, seniors and their
Tallahassee Community College engineers, parents. Students can get information on scholarships, financial aid, admissions,
had the good foitue of hiring architects career planning, choosing a major and finding out what degree programs TCC
gaphRi ats gu to bu9 TCl s and related offers. This event will take place on Thursday, September 14, from 5:30-7 p.m. in
graphic design program and to. p fSSionrl a the TCC Student Union Ballroom.
.produce marketing mateialsfor a TCC is also offering Parent Community College, which gives a "parent perspective"
tihe College. Priorto his aurent
appointment, ege worked at Lively interested in upd ing your knowledge on the college process, financial aid, career planning and educational options.
Technical.Centerfor 11 years and of the latest technology or renewing Information will be available on helping students with goal-setting, choosing a
,vas in fuh-time Plvate'ractice : your license? Weekly evening courses major, searching for scholarships and promoting student success in college life
previous to that,. are available in th. following subjects: and beyond. This event will take place on Tuesday, September 26, from 5:30-7
: AutoCAD 2007, Autodesk VIZ 2007 (3D p.m. in the Student Union Ballroom.
Rice earned his bachelor of Arts degree in. Studio Arcvew GIS, patio Analyst For more information on either of these programs, contact Lourena Maxwell at
Communication from Florida State University in 19 GPS and Surveying and Construction.axwellltcc.fl.edu
and has had.a very distinguished career 8e inCe (850) 201-8440 or maxwelll@tcc.fl.edu.
1999 .hiewas presented the Silver MedaloriAwa' For more information about TCC's
: the hbghstawardI given by-tile AmiericanA~dertIlSAff programs in Engineering and
Fhederastionforservcawe 'leadership niTechnology, please call Dr. Zoreh Wakulla offers the Green Guide Certification Program
inthe advertising field. Even with all nd his.' : Moshir at 850-201-8334 or e-mail her The Wakulla Ecotourism Institute offers 90 hours of classes and field trips each fall and
coin the irts, one ofed.Even t alltngs lce vhues: at moshirz@tcc.fl.edu. spring, beginning on the third weekend of September and January. Classes are offered
t, oe of the e ues. Monday and Tuesday evenings and a half day on weekends for 10 weeks. For specific
is the opportunity to help students achieve success, dates and times, go to www.tcc.fl.edu and search for "ecotourism."

"It's very rewarding when you hit it off with students and Become a Certified For more information, please call 850-922-6290 or e-mail
are able to counsel them and work with them through Be a Ced WAKULLACENTER@tcc.fl.edu.
the program, and then help them get a job,".said Rice., Personal Trainer
"When I get feedback from these students, I know I'm
making an impact. I'm very reality-based and straight Tallahassee Community College is now
forward, and I think my "real world" experience gives offering a personal training course for
me that extra credibility with students. it also helps at people who are interested in becoming
we have wonderful instructors that rival, if.not exceed certifed trainers. Students who enroll in
those at other schools; not to mention our great facilitieS this four-credit course will be prepared
that include the finest 30-machine lab in town." to take the National Council on Strength
and Fitness board certification exam for
Outside of the classroom, Rice also enjoys his work personal training.
in the community. His activities include helping with
fundraising drives for WFSU public radio and working. Obtaining a personal training
on various marketing and design Initiatives within certification can lead to an excellent 11Cm. T ho l"sIiut
the private sector. These projects help him both source of supplemental income or a
personally and professionally and they continue to career choice with a flexible schedule.
add credibility to what he does for TCC by providing TCC has an excellent relationship with
attention to the graphic design program. With the. several health clubs in the Tallahassee
experience his students gain from his leadership area.
and background, there is one thing for sure, when i le
' someone is looking to hire a skilled graphic artist, he For more information, contact Joanne
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find a qualified person for the job. Education Department, or Steve Panton,
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design of the office attempts to
make dental visits, as soothing as
possible for clients, she added.
Mooney, 61, graduated from
Loyola University in Chicago
as well as Loyola School of
Dentistry. He never had a col-
lege football team to root for
in Chicago, and Florida State
University fit the bill;
He is now a Golden Chief
booster, and his exam room is
furnished in Seminole garnet
and gold colors.
Mooney has made every
effort to stay up-to-date with
equipment and technology
through the years despite the
fact that dental equipment and
supplies are some of the most
expensive items to purchase in
the medical field, he said.
One of the Mooneys'. proud-
est accomplishments is daughter
Krista. Now age 33 and about
to be married, Krista was an
accomplished gymnast who
nearly earned a berth on the U.S.
Olympic team. She graduated
from Wakulla High School after
spending time in the county
school system.,:
Krista decided from an early
age that she would be involved
in everything, according to her
parents.


Fame
Continued from Page 1
The, former War Eagle star
was a three-year'starter at quar-
terback for the Panthers from the
1985 season though the 1987
season. He won the Gateway
Conference Offensive Player of
the Year award while helping
UNI to its first ever NCAA Divi-
sion I-AA playoff win.
The Panthers advanced to the
national semifinals twice during
Smith's time in Cedar Falls, in
1985 and 1987. A three-time hon-
orable mention All-American,
he was 28-9-1 as'a starter while
throwing for 9.067 yards and 68
touchdowns in his career.
The 41-year-old Smith still
ranks second all-time at UNI
in pass attempts, completions,
yards, touchdowns and total
offepse..He played baseball at
Wakulla High School and was
a'lettermah fbr the Panthers at
shortstop until deciding to con-
centrate on his football career.
His career path took him
to Europe to play ball, arid he
coached at UNI from 1989 to
1994. I
SAfter the UNI experience.
Smith returned to Crawford-
ville to raise his family with
his wife, Denise. His son Spen-
cer is a freshman at Wakulla
High School, while Conner is a
seventh-grader at Riversprings
Middle School, where Denise is
employed.
"I was honored and shocked,"
said Smith of the news that he
will be a member of the UNI Hall
of Fame. "I hadn't really thought
about it. But it's neat. I know I'll
get more excited when we get
out there."
SSmith and the inductees will
be honored during a luncheon
on Saturday, Oct. 7, prior to the
UNI football game against Mis-
souri State, as well as during
halftime ceremonies on the
field.
The whole family will be mak-
ing the trip to Iowa,
"It's a once-in-a-lifetime deal,"
said Smith. "We still have friends
out there, and we look forward
to seeing everybody again."
Like most athletes, Smith
remembers his playoff experi-
ences at UNI well. Both teams
that Smith lost to in the Division
I-AA playoffs, Georgia Southern
and Northeast Louisiana, ended
up winning national titles after
beating UNI.
Smith visited the campus last
year to celebrate the 20th anni-
versary of the 1985 team. He said
he was not expecting to go back
one season later.
: The former War Eagle coached


at,Wartburg College in Waverly,
Iowa, for one season and went to
the European SuperBowl during
one season of playing football
in Italy.
He completed work for his
degree in 1989. Denise gradu-
ated from Wakulla High School
in 1985, and the couple married
ih 1989.
He still has Panther blood in
his veins and traveled to watch
the Panthers play in the 2005
Division I-AA national champi-
onship game in Chattanooga,
Tenn. UNI lost to Appalachian
State in the title game.
His memories of high school
games are still fresh. In 1980,
he was called up from junior


She signed a sports scholar-
ship to attend Auburn University
and transferred to FSU, where
she used her gymnastic skills

to bring the FSU cheerleading
squad into a new era of stunts,
some of which FSU officials
deemed too dangerous, said
Mary.
She was a rare competitor
who won a gymnastics competi-
tion at the University of Florida's
O'Connell Center in Gainesville,
an arena long dominated by
Lady Gator athletes.
"We kind of wished she'd
come back to Wakilla County,"
said Dennis, who hoped his
daughter would set up her law
practice in his building. But it
was not to be.
Courthouse Square Family
Dentistry has grown to seven
staff members. Dr. Mooney said
his philosophy has always been
to serve all of the population.
His practice has served the
largest percentage of Medicaid
patients in the county despite
the financial burden placed
against his practice. Medicaid
pays only "20 tol 25 percent" of
Mooney's average dental fees,
'he said.
Mary estimated that the prac-
tice has seen as many as 1,500
Medicaid patients in the past
six months, and Mooney has
provided free dental services


varsity to back up quarterback
Mark Harrell as Harrell led WHS
to the state title.
The 1981 team, led by Smith,
won the state title, but the 1982
team could not get pastJeffer-
son County in the playoffs, The
Tigers were led by University of
Florida star running back Wil-
liam Massey.
"We lost in the first round of
the playoffs to Jefferson County
14-10," Smith said. "I'm not try-
ing to brag, but I scored all of
our points."
Smith was also the place-
kicker and kicked an extra point
and a field goal in the game in
addition to scoring on a quarter-
back sneak.
In addition to playing foot-
ball for Jones at WHS, he played
basketball for former Wakulla'
,Coach Paul Q'Halloran. who is.
now at Tallahassee Lincoln; anc,
baseball for Lee Batts.
During his coaching career at'
UNI, Smith coached current NFL
quarterback Kurt Warner.
"That is my claim to fame
during my coaching career,"
Smith joked.
Working at Wakulla High
School is in the Smith blood as
his late mother, Jan, was admin-
istrative assistant to the WHS
principal.


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children who are indigent.
Dr. Mooney and his wife have
also begun approaching water
service providers in Wakulla
County about the potential of
adding fluoride to municipal
'water services. They have also
pushed the school district to
reinstate the old "Swish and
Spit" fluoride program to give
students in the eighth grade
and below a way to fight tooth
decay.
Since a great number of new
residents are hooking up to wa-
ter systems, it may be possible
to serve the community through
fluoridation, said Mary. Grant
money could help the water
providers get the program roll-
ing, since only trace amounts
of fluoride have been found in
Wakulla County water samples,
the couple added.
Dr. Mooney has no immedi-
ate plans to retire from his prac-
tice, "unless I win the lottery."
"We've operated it as a place for
'doing good for the people of
Wakulla County," he said.
"Dennis Mooney will die
chair-side," joked Mary. "It's a job
that needs to be done."
For more information about
the dental unit, visit their Web
site at www.dennisrmooneydds.
com or call 926-7151.


"I learned a lot playing for
Coach Mudra," said Smith. "We
went out to the ceremony (at the
NCAA Hall of Fame in Indiana)
when he.was inducted."
"Denise is looking forward to
going back," he added. "We were
there for 12 years and we made
a lot of friends."
Smith is now the Dean of Stu-
dents at WHS as well as a speech
teacher. He also spends time
with his sons on the golf course
and is coach of the War Eagle
boys' golf team and the assistant
head coach on the varsity base-
ball team under Mike Gauger. He
recently resigned as head coach
of the Lady War Eagle softball
team, which played successfully
in the state playoffs severalyears
under Smith.

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By KEITH BLACKMAR
Of The Wakulla News
What will downtown Craw-
fordville look like in the fu-
ture?
Consultants Kimley-Horn
and Associates are helping resi-
dents find the answer. In 2005,
Wakulla County Commissioners
hired consultants WilsonMiller
to help the board identify the
desires of residents through a
visioning process.
Kimley-Horn officials: are
planning to take the resident
input from two 2005 workshops,
add more input from 2006meet-
ings and push forward with
implementation of a plai for
Crawfordville. '
Kimley-Horn received input
from downtown Crawfordville
area property owners or.rAug.
23 regarding their concerns
about the future of the county
seat. The consultants followed
the property owner meeting
with another workshop Aug.
29, involving approximately 20
residents where similar priori-
ties were identified.
Here are some highlights:
The public told consultants
that they want a more defined
boundary for Crawfordville
and supported the possible in-
corporation of the community.
Wakulla County has the only.
unincorporated county seat in
Florida.
Members of the commu-
nity want to see roads that cross
U.S. Highway 319 enhanced with
businesses instead of having all
the businesses located along
the highway corridor. In addi-
tion, they support sidewalks for
a downtown business district
and a municipal parking area
where residents can.leave their
vehicles and walk from busi-
nesses to business.
Businesses owners want
a coordinated joint stormwater
holding pond effort between
establishments to reduce the
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town property owners also
want improved and possibly
full-time fire services to protect
business interests.
Changes were also dis-
cussed regarding the county
Comprehensive Plan that would
allow taller structures and a re-
duced number of required park-
ing spaces per establishment.
Residents also support
the promotion of tourism in
the county and hope that the
commercial business market
catches up with the residential
development that has already
come to the county.
"Wakulla County is facing
some pretty serious challenges,"
said consultant Jon Sewell. "Our
job is to challenge you all to
think beyond the obvious. Em-
brace history but look ahead to
the future."
Sewell added that Florida
and California are the only
states to have the mechanism
to create a Community Redevel-
opment Area (CRA) to pay for
infrastructure within a town.
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to fund infrastructure and im-
provements in the Crawfordville
area without having to vote to
incorporate the county seat,
"The incorporation of Craw-
fordville has been discussed
at length," said.Sewell. "There
were people in both (pro and
con) camps on that."
Wakulla County Commis-
sioner Howard Kessler said
many residents of the -com-
munity like therural nature of
Crawfordville. "They don't really
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The consultants will take"
all of the input from the two'
August workshops and present)
it to the county commission in!
document form.
Wakulla County Grants andi
Special Projects Coordinator
Pam Portwood said the Florida
Department of Community Af-I
fairs (DCA) funded the most
recent round of workshops with:
a $15,000 grant.
She added that an economic;
diversification plan will.also
join the visioning project in the,
county thanks to $130,000 worth
of funding from the federal
government. Wakulla County
was eligible for the grant money
because military contractor St.
Marks Powder is located within:
its borders. -
Portwood said that the com-'
munities of Sopchoppy, St.-
Marks and Panacea are all at-
various stages of visioning and'
comprehensive planning work.'
"The finishing point is the
plan which says what will hap-\
pen and breaks the plan downI
into action steps," Portwoodi
concluded.
Having a final plan in place-
will help the county acquire the|
funds to make the necessary
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Communi


57th Anniversary
Celebration

L.T. and Hellen King of Craw-
fordville will celebrate their
57th anniversary on Sunday,
Sept. 10. The couple will enjoy
a family gathering at the home
of their daughter, Lois King, in
Crawfordville.
The gathering will be attended
by grandsons Steven Berry of
Ohio and Jimbo Berry of Talla- i.
hassee; granddaughters Heather .
King and Gale Berry and Anne
Berry; great-grandsons Matthew .
Berry of Crawfordville and David -
Barrett; and great-granddaughter ,
Elizabeth King of Crawfordville.
SonGlenn KingofaMiami will ben
unable toattend. L. ad H n K
The couple was married in Union 7
City, Tenn., in 194P. They have,.
lived in Wakulla County and,
Crawfordville since 1969. L.T.
is a retired pipe fitter with the
Olin Corporation and Hellen is
a homemaker. L.T. and Hellen King


Library News
By DOUG JONES
Director,Wakulla County Public Library
Book Discussion Group
After a summer hiatus, the
library's Book Discussion Group
will resume on Friday, Sept. 8, at
3 p.m. Anyone wishing to par-
ticipate in this group is invited
to attend. The group meets in
the library's new conference
room, and newcomers are al-
ways welcome.
To begin this fall's discus-
sion, the group has chosen John
F. Kennedy's Pulitzer Prize-win-
ning book, Profiles in Courage.
Discussions are very infor-'
mal and often humorous. A
different book is chosen by
group consensus each month,
and this selection process has
served the group well for a


A thought for the week: Yes
we are too busy to hear. What
was it like for Moses in Mid-
ian to heat the voice of God
speaking outof the flames of 4
burning bush? What was it like
fo Peter, Jiames and John, with
Jesus on the hilltop to hear the
voice of God speaking to them
from a bright cloud? What was
it like for Paul, struck blind on
the road to Damascus to hear
the voice of Christ addressing
him from heaven?
We may feel a tinge of envy
when we read about such in-
cidents in scripture. He will
speak to us, but most of today's
Christians are top busy to hear
that soft voice.
He remains as eloquent as
ever. But He has always used
a variety, of means to com-


number of years.
The discussion group began
nearly 12 years ago as a Great
Books Discussion Group, led by
Andrea Carter. Poet and English
professor Ted Gilbert then led
the group for a number of years,
followed by Tom McPherson.
The group now leads itself and
welcomes all ranges of opinions
and comments.
With the new conference
room, the library now has room
to offer space for other book
groups. If anyone is interested
in forming another book discus-
sion group that meets on a dif-
ferent day or time, please con-:
tact Doug Jones at 926-7415.

Free Computer Classes
The library will continue


BUCKHORN
NEWS
By Ethel Skipper

municate with his people in
dreams, angels, visions, proph-
ets and more. We have the writ-
ten word only if we read it and
listen to that soft voice.
He is ever present to inter-
pret the written word and to
whisper to our hearts. The only
communication problem is our
willingness to listen.
Our prayers and concern
goes out to all the sick and
shut in ,'those in the hospital
and nursing homes, the prison,
our school and world leaders
everywhere Let us pray for each


to offer free computer classes
during the month of Septem-
ber. The classes are offered on'
Tuesday and Thursdays at vari-
ous times, Space is limited to 12
students, and pre-registration is
required.
Among the highlights for,
September are Windows XP I
(Sept. 12) & II; Word I (Sept. 12),
II, & III; Excel:I (Sept.' 14), II, & III;
and genealogy classes.
The library has two geneal-
ogy databases for public use,
Ancestry Library Edition and
HeritageQuest. On Thursday,
Sept. 12, the computer lab class
will be searching for census
and military records in Ancestry
Library Edition. On Thursday,
Sept. 19, the class will focus on
vital records and family trees.
For more information, please
contact the library at 926-7415.


other and don't forget to pray
for ourselves.
Daisy Montgomery and fam-
ily from North Carolina was in
ithe atea visiting the"Sh~devill'|
Reunion as well as guests from'
,otherstates. ''" '')!W1 ''!''
Happy birthday to Latoya
Brannen and Eddie Brannen
Jr. from your grandmother Eva
Johnson.


Happenings
NJROTC Plans Fish Fry
Before Rickards Game
The Wakulla High School
NJROTC will host is annual fish
fry fund-raiser on Friday, Sept.
15, from 4:30 p.m. until 7 p.m.
at Reynolds Stadium in Medart.
Wakulla will host Rickards in
a district football game at 7:30
p.m.
Tickets are, $6 and iir be'
purchased in advance frof any
cadet. Tickets also will be'avail-
able at the stadium the day of


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the event.
The menu includes fried fish,
grits, cole slaw, hush puppies
and iced tea.
Everyone is invited to sup-
port the Naval unit.

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The Capital Area Chapter of
the American Red Cross will be
conducting a hurricane season,
disaster services training blitz
for hew volunteers at its office


2006 CALENDAR
Committee Meeting: Tree & Landscape
Wakulla County Library
Workshop: BOCC Agenda Policy
Commission Chambers
Regular Board Meeting
Commission Chambers


SSept. 12 First Hearing-Annual Budget
Commission Chambers


Sept. 14


Tree Ordinance Committee Meeting
Wakulla County Library


Sept. 18 Workshop:Tree & Landscape Ordinance
Commission Chambers


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People


Mr. and Mrs. Robert Corley

Melody Redman

is Wed To Corley
S Melody Redman of Crawford- The bride is the daughter of
rille and Robert "Bob" Corley Beulah King of Crawfordville,
2f Crawfordville were married The groom is the son of Elinor
Thursday, Aug. 17, at Azalea Park Schumacher of Ocala.
In Crawfordville. The couple took a honey-
SBrad Nester performed the moon trip to Jamaica and are
ceremony. living in Crawfordville.

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Shaun Smith and Jeana Lambert

Jeana Lambert Is

Engaged To Smith
Gene and Carolyn Lambert Quincy and the late O'N
of Crawfordville announce the Cook and the late Grace
engagement of their daughter, formerly of Woodville
Jeana Lambert of Crawfordville, The bride-elect att
to Shaun Smith of Crawford- Wakulla High School
ville. pursuing a degree in Earl'


He is the son of Ray and
Terry Smith of Wakulla Station
and the grandson of Norma and
Jake Johnson of Jupiter.
The bride-elect is the grand-
daughter of Lorene McCook of


eal Mc-
Morey,
ended
and is
v Child-


hood Development. Her fiance
is a graduate of Wakulla High
School and is employed with
Color-Wheel Paints and Coat-
ings in Tallahassee.
A fall wedding is planned.


McKenzies Announce

Birth Of Daughter


Robert and Suzanne McKen-
zie of Crawfordville announce
the birth of their daughter.
Audrey Christine McKenzie, on
Aug. 15 at Tallahassee Memo-
rial Hospital. She weighed 7
pounds, 15 ounces and mea-
sured 20 inches:in length.
Maternal grandparents are
Calvin and Kim'Osborne of
Crawfordville. Paternal grand-


Joy R. Li
Happy first birthday to Joy
Rebecca Li on Sept. 2. She is the
daughter of Margaret Matheson
of Crawfordville.
Maternal grandparent is
lMarge Matheson of Crawford-
ville. Paternal grandparents are
Ruzhen Fan and Ruiping Li of
"Shanghai. China.

Raker .

Family

Reunion
The 32nd annual Raker family
reunion will be held Saturday,
Sept. 30, at 1 p.m. at the live-
stock pavilion, 84 Cedar Ave., in
_Crawfordville.
,Family members are asked
;to bring pictures or other fam-
ily memorabilia to share. A
table will be set up to share the
treasures. Guests should bring
a picnic.basket of food to share
and a gallon of iced tea. Plates,
iuterisils and ice will be provided.
For more information, call Re-
:nee' Parrish at 926-1987.

SSay You
i r ,


Cameron Collins
Happy first birthday to Cam-
eron Collins on Sept. 8. He is the
son of Brandi Kelly and Michael
Collins of Cra-fordville.
Maternal grandparents are
Michelle and Conway Kelly of
Crawfordville,
Paternal grandparents are
Donna and Clair Collins of Craw-
fordville.
Maternal great-grandparents
are Sarah and Thomas Kelly of
Havana.
Paternal great-grandparents
,are Sheila and Bobby Blackman
of Crawfordville.


parent is Julie Henderson,of
Crawfordville.
Maternal great-grandparents
are E.L. and Amy Osborne of
Crawfordville, the late Delma
Osborne, and the late James and
Audrey "Sue" Vernon. Paternal
great-grandparents are Cecil'and
Viola Henderson of Sopchoppy
and the late Audrey "Boots"
Henderson.


Duggers Add Son To Family


Clinton "Clint" Melvin Dug-.
ger and Holly Diane Duigger of
Tallahassee announce the birth
of their son, Zachary Clinton
Porter, on Aug. 15 in Tallahas-
see. He weighed 8 pounds, 6
ounces and measured 21 inches
in length.
Maternal grandparents are
Sheryl and Rick Wood of Tal-
lahassee and Terry Kelley of
Whigham, Ga. Paternal grand-
parents are Jimmie and Dora
Dugger of Medart.
Maternal great-grandparents
are Yvonne and Willie Thomp-
son of Tallahassee and the
late Noble Wood, formerly of
Panama City.


Howell Family Reunion
The 30th annual Woodard stories and photographs.
Barton and Amy Davidson Amy and Woodard Howell
Howell family reunion will be ;,, weregMarried in 1840 in Decatur
held on Saturday, Sept. 16, at Count, GA. The family spent
the Recovery Fire Department time:in Baker, Decatur and
in the Recovery community in Mitchell counties in Georgia
Georgia. and later settled in Gadsden
Descendants of Woodard and County in the Mount Pleasant
Amy's children, John, Henry, community.
Thomas, Samuel, Elias, George, For more information, call
Charles and Elijah, are invited 907-0177 or send an e-mail to
to attend the afternoon fish woodardhowellfamily@msn.
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Page 10-THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Sept. 7, 2006


A First
By KEITH BLACKMAR
Of The Wakulla News
It took new Wakulla High
School football coach Scott
Klees just two weeks as head
coach to accomplish what no
other War Eagle team has ever
done.
On Friday, Sept. 1, at Gene
Cox Stadium in Tallahassee,
Wakulla dominated the second
half of play on its way to a 34-14
victory over the Leon Lions.
The War Eagle effort was
so dominant that Wakulla was
able to substitute freely in the
second half. Coach Klees used
three quarterbacks in the con-
test in an effort to keep the
score from reaching the 40-point
mark.
"The kids are excited," Klees
said. "We're off to a pretty good
start. We need to maintain it
and get better each week."
The War Eagle coaches have
put an emphasis on playing
a more physical game, and
Klees said it has helped his
team during the early season.
Wakulla has also used superior
conditioning to wear down its
opponents.
Wakulla took advantage of
the running of Xavier Blocker
to get an early jump on Leon.
Blocker niissed the North Flor-
ida Christian game with an
injury and played just over half
of the Leon game.
Linebacker Darrion Wilson
played well while in the game,
but he also'left early with a
pinched nerve. His status for the
Union County game on Friday,
Sept. 8; is unknown.
SAs he has done in both victo-
ries, Klees said he will continue
to use both Cory Eddinger and
Troy Walker at quarterback in
an effort to make opponents
spend time preparing for both
players. Both had strong games
against Leon.
"Cory is on fire," Klees said


Sports




les Whip Leon


Nigel Bradham
of his passing quarterback. "He
just lit it up."
Eddinger took 40 snaps and
Walker took 10. Receiver Joe
Trimboli played some quarter-
back late in the game as well.
Blocker scored touchdowns
on runs of one yard and 32
yards on the way to helping
Wakulla take a 14-7 halftime
lead. Dion Bryant connected
with Tyrell Gavin on a 35-yard
pass play to put Wakulla up by
two touchdowns in the third
quarter. Kendrick Hall added a
six-yard run in the third period
to give Wakulla a 28-7 cushion,
Troy Walker added a short
touchdown run in the final
quarter before Leon scored
against War Eagle substitutes
late in the contest.
Wakulla's defense, with eight
of 11 starters returning for the
2006 season, has been stopping
teams cold in the second half.
Having linebackers Wilson and
Nigel Bradham to feed off of
helps the entire defense, but,
Klees added that the defensive
players,,have all been playing
well and "flying to the ballcar-
rier."
Eddinger was the offensive
player of the game as he con-
nected on 12 of 15 passes for
243 yards. He has not thrown an


' :-Cory Eddinger
interception this season.
Kendall Gavin rushed eight
times for,69 yards, while Blocker
rushed 12 times for 55 yards.
Dion Bryant rushed eight times
for 41 yards and threw a touch-
down pass.
Kendrick Hall had six yards
rushing and a touchdown. Klees
said any number of his running
backs will see action each week
to keep opponents off-balance.
Tyrell Gavin had eight catch-
es for 108 yards and a touch-
down. Blocker had three catches
for 35 yards, while Lee Smalls
had one catch for 58 yards and
Joe Trimboli had one catch for
26 yards.
The offensive line, with
only one returning starter, has
played well and only allowed
two sacks this season. Klees
called the play of his offensive
linemen "pretty awesome."
The defensive player of the
game was linebacker Nigel-Brad-
ham, who had eight tackles and
four assists. Darrion Wilson had
five tackles and six assists. The
defensive line has played well,
led by Tim Dawson and Travis
Cronan. The secondary has also
contributed to the victories, ac-
cording to the coach.
SWakulla will travel to play
Union County in Lake Butler on


Statistics
Leon Wakulla
Rushing yards 97 185
Passing yards 131 280
Comp./Att./lntc. 8-17-0 13-17-0

Wakulla 0 14 14 6-34
Leon 0 7 0 7-14
Wakulla-Xavier Blocker 1 Yard Run (2 Point
Conversion Failed)
Leon-David Bailey 4 Yard Run (Matt Cade Kick)
Wakulla-Xavier Blocker 32 Yard Run (Cory
Eddinger 2 Point Run)
Wakulla-Tyrell Gavin 35 r.j Fa: F ur.om .:..'
Bryant (Troy Walker Kick)
Wakulla-Kendrick Hall 6 Yard Run (Troy Walker
Kick)
Wakulla-Troy Walker 2 Yard Run (Kick Failed)
Leon-Austin Dantin 10 Yard Run (Matt Cade
Kick)
2006 DISTRICT 2-3A FOOTBALL STANDINGS


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


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


OVERALL
W L
20
2 0
2 0
S 1 1
1 1
0 1


Friday,. Sept. 8 Games Involving District Teams
Panama City Beach Arnold At Santa Rosa
Beach South Walton
Springfield Rutherford At Panama City Bay
Rickards At Bainbridge, Ga.'
Godby At Leon
East Gadsden At Fort Walton Beach
Wakulla At Union County
All Wakulla Games Start At 7:30 p.m. unless
otherwise noted
Friday, Sept. 8, at 7:30 p.m. Union
is 0-2 with losses against Madi-
son County and South Sumter.
Klees warned his players not
to take Union lightly.
"They were 0-2 when they
came over here to play us last
year and beat us," he said. "They
have a good team. It will be a
war on their field." -
Union 'County lost top run-
'ning back C.J. Spiller to Clemson
University, but still has talent.
"We've been fortunate," Klees
said. "Most everybody (on the
WHS team) has played at least
a quarter. We can't take a step
back this week."
Wakulla will get into the
district portion of the schedule
Friday. Sept. 15. as Rickards visits
Reynolds Stadium


SPORTS SHORTS


WHS Boys, Girls
Open Golf Season
The Wakulla War Eagle and
Lady War Eagle golf teams got
a chance to show their ability
at high school tournaments in
Tallahassee last week.
The War Eagles finished third
out of four teams at the Sum-
merbrooke golf course.
Chiles won the match with
a 148 followed by Maclay at
157, Wakulla at 159 and Lincoln
at 179.
Cody Sapp was low scorer
for Wakulla with a 36. Warren
Hess shot a 38, and Spencer
Smith shot a 40. T.J. Thompson
added a 45,
The Lady War Eagles placed
third out of three teams at the
Capital City Country Club. Leon
won the match with a score of
186 followed by Maclay at 209
and Wakulla with a 243.
Sarah 'Stewart was' the low
scorer for Wakulla with a 53.,
Megan Meeks added a 59 while
Karlyn Scott shot a 65 and Lin-
sey Bolin shot a 66.

Football Team Moves
Up To No. 14 In State
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By KEITH BLACKMAR ,ar'
Of The Wakulla News
The Wakulla Lady War Eagle
volleyball team gave a junior
varsity setter some experience
and won another district game
Aug. 29, as, Coach Erica Bunch
and her players topped East
Gadsden 25-9, 25-5 and 25-10,
Wakulla finally played a
home match in Medart on Aug.
31 and defeated Maclay in four
games. 25-21. 25-22. 14-25 and
25-23. The Lady War Eagles im-
proved to 4-1 overall and 2-0 in
district matches.
Madison Hollington. who


normally plays oa!heJV amni
had nine assists against the
Lady Jaguars as ,she gained
some valuable varsity experi-
ence. Kiara Gay recorded nine
kills and eight aces.
Hannah Lovestrand had
three kills and 10 aces: Amber
Perkins chipped in with seven
kills. Effie Minesterio had seven
aces.
Amber Annand was the
setter against Maclay and had
18 assists. Amber Perkins had
nine kills, and Kiara Gay had
two blocks. Hannah Lovestrand
had 10 aces.


,- -.The coahingttaff is pleased
by the progress of the team.
Coach Shelly Moore said the
team is, "playing well, working
hard and becoming a cohesive
group."
After Labor Day, the team
was set to play four straight
district foes. Panama City Bay
hosted Wakulla Sept. 5, and
Rickards will come to Medart
on Thursday, Sept. 7. Bay %will
visit WHS on Tuesday, Sept. 12.
and Godby will host Wakula on
Thursday. Sept. 14.
The team will travel to Nicev-
ille for an eight-team tourna-


ment.Saturday, Sept. 16. where.
the squad hopes to find difficult
competition to prepare for the
postseason. The eight teams in-
dude Wakulla. Niceville. Moody,
Maclay. Pensacola Washington.
North Florida Christian. Lynn
Haven Mosley and Crestview.
Wakulla will host NFC on
Monday. Sept. 18.


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SConservation Commission
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stantial changes to the agency's
permitting guidelines to reduce
the number of gopher tortoises
Lost through development.
Effective Tuesday, Aug. 15,
Sthe FWC no longer requires
mandatory testing for upper
Respiratory tract disease (URTD)
when relocating gopher tortois-
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"FWC staff and stakeholders
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gopher tortoises, and reduce
the number of tortoises lost on
incidental take sites."
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ball team is slowly making its
way up the Florida Sports Writ-
ers Association weekly Class 3A
football poll.
Wakulla jumped from 17th
to 14th after a 47-27 victory
over North Florida Christian on
Friday, Aug. 25.
St. Augustine is the top-
ranked team in the state and
one of the top-ranked teams in
the nation. Belle Glade-Glades
Central is ranked second, Jack-
sonville Andrew Jackson is third
and district foe Godby is ranked
fourth. District foe Panama City
Bay also received one vote in
the poll.

After Beating Miami,
'Noles To Face Troy
The Florida State Univer-
sity Seminoles will kick off
the home schedule of the 2006
season on pay-per-view against
Troy University of Alabama on
Saturday, Sept. 9, at Doak Camp-
bell Stadium. The game will be
played at 6 p.m.
WTNT radio, 94.9 FM;.will,
broadcast the contest to the
radio audience.
FSU is 1-0 after a Labor Day
victory over Miami. Troy Univer-
sity is also 1-0.


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THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Sept. 7, 2006-Page 11


SChool


Coke, Evans Honored As Teachers Of Month


B is for "blanket." When her
Pre-K students learn the basics,
Joyce Coke is thrilled. That's
one of the reasons she was
selected as the Pre-K Teacher of
the Month.
"I love watching a small
child learn a skill or task that
had seemed difficult at first,"
said Coke.
Coke has been teaching
since 1989 and has experience
in Tennessee, Georgia and
Florida. However, Tennessee is
her home. She graduated from
Austin Peay University and later
from Trevecca University.
Her family relocated to
Wakulla County so her daughter
could study music at FSU. Coke
spent last year coordinating the
parent volunteer program at
the Wakulla Educational Center
and said she looks forward to
that challenge again this school
year.


Joyce Coke Shari Evans
Pre-K Principal Nancy Pope shows her students an
said, "It is a privilege to work parents.
with Joyce Coke. She is a won- "Joyce is ready to
derful example of a dedicated any new challenge ai
teacher. She truly loves each willing attitude is one
and every one of her young most endearing qualities
students. She demonstrates always has a positive at
that love with the respect she even in difficult situation


Granger Graduates From FSU
Laura Stalvey Granger gradu- ""--
ated from Florida State Univer-
sity on April 29. She earned a
bachelor's degree in manage-
ment. During her last semester,
she maintained a 4.0 grade
point average. Her overall GPA
was 3.02.
Laura is the wife of Scott
Granger and the mother of Jo-
siah Daniel Granger. She is the
daughter of Norman and Linda
Stalvey and the granddaughter
of John and Earlene Pigott.
Laura's immediate plans
including being a homemaker
before pursuing a career in the
business world. Laura S. Granger

Pelf Earns Master's Degree


Robin Pelt received her mas-
ter's of Business Administration
at the University of Phoenix in
Atlanta on July 27. She received
her bachelor's degree in Busi-
ness Administration from the
'University of South Florida in
Tampa in 2003.
Pelt. a Wakulla High Shobol
graduate. lives in Atlanc a4here
she is employed as an asset
manager with Mobilitie. LLC, a
real estate investment company
specializing in teleconmunica-
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BoWl For Good Cause
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the
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day, Oct. 28, from noon until 5
p.m. at Seminple Bowl, 1940 Ten-
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The tests cover the 10-minute'
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of each class period that high-
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on a weekly test to demonstrate
mastery. Tutoring is offered
every Tuesday afternoon in the
English department. Members
of the National Honor Societyj
give one-on-one assistance.

Student Seminar Held
A free student seminar will
be held Thursday, Sept. 7, from
6 p.m. until 8 p.m. at the TCC
Wakulla Center in Crawford-
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high school students ahd top-
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enrollment services. Financial
staff will also be available with
the latest news on registration


can find humor in almost any
circumstance."
Partners in Reading is what
gets Shari Evans, the WHS
August Teacher of the Month,
jazzed.
Evans teaches English and
intensive reading. This past
Christmas, she worked with her
colleagues to sponsor a Holiday
Read-a-Thon. The kids wrapped
up the festive season by sharing
holiday stories and poems.
"I enjoy imparting knowl-
edge," she said. "What is even
more enjoyable is when you
have engaged students to re-
ceive that information."
The Evans family relocated
to Wakulla County in 1998
when they moved from West
Palm Beach.
She attended Flagler College
and Florida Atlantic University.
She also serves on the Positive
Behavior Support Team, Reading


and scholarship activities.

School Needs Books
Wakulla Christian School is
seeking donations of books to
build a school library for youths
in kindergarten through sixth
grade. The school is located at
1391 Crawfordville Highway and
plans'are under way to build
a facility on the 25-acre parcel
owned by Wakulla Springs
Baptist Church.
Donations are tax deductible.
For more information, call Prin-
cipal Jim Pound at 926-5583.

Program Is Available
Child Find. a free program,
can help children who are
having trouble seeing, talking,
hearing, playing, moving or
thinking.
The program is provided by
the Wakulla County School Dis-
trict throughout the year.
Children from birth to age
five can be served through the
Wakulla County Pre-Kinder-
garten Program if they show


Leadership Team and Academic
Team at WHS, while working
on her reading endorsement
certification.
Randy Newland, former WHS
principal, applauded Evans'
efforts.
"Shari Evans has been a valu-
able member of theWHS faculty
for several years," he said. "She
has consistently promoted high
expectations from her students.
Academic excellence has been a
hallmark of her annual goals;
"Shari has devoted many
hours (and several trips) beyond
the regular school day in work-
ing with the WHS Academic
Team. That group has achieved
notable success and has brought
to light how impressively our
students can compete with
other schools.
"Her dedication to our school
and community is greatly ap-
preciated."


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during the Saturday, Sept. 9, mini
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Outdoors


Another nice weekend, and
quite a few people took to the
water. Mike Hopkins at Lanark
said Officer Phillip Messer with
the Florida Game and Fish said
this was the slowest Labor Day
weekend he could remember.
Juanise at Circle J's said
aames Trowell fished the Shell
:Point area and caught reds and
*mangrover snapper. Nine-year-
:old Andrew Dowden fished off
.Live Oak Island using topwater
*bait called a Skitterwalk, and he
caught his first speckled trout.
SJuanise said he was all excited
stand was going back the next
7day to try them again.
SMac and Tony Thomas fished
,Dog Island Reef and caught lots
,of Spanish, trolling the Mack-
,erel Trees and limited out on
trout using live shrimp.
Mike Hopkins at Lanark
.Village said they had a typical
.busy summer weekend, but for
,a Labor Day weekend things
:were slow. Not many folks fish-
ing: Gas prices, though they're
"coming down and hopefully


SBy GEORGE WEYMOUTH
SFor 15 years, until 1986, I
wrote a weekly article for the
Sanibel Island newspaper. I
Titled it, "Sanibel Sightings."
SLike here in Wakulla County,
'there in Sanibel was a keen
interest in birds, and, of course
;other, wildlife too, like horse-
shoe crabs, alligators and the
like. But birds were the biggie.
0 As here, birds were every-'
Ahere. As you drove .to the
rnainland over Sanibels cause-
mway. you'd see a dozen species:
gulls, oystercatchers, etc. Along
,the beaches there were always.
-he sandpipers, pelicans, and a
;,Great Blue Heron or two.
SUnlike my "Wakulla Wildlife"
weekly article, which focuses
on wildlife in general. "Sanibel
Sightings" was 95 percent birds.
I was an ornithological guide
through the Sanibel Island Na-
tional Wildlife Refuge which
later became the J.N. "Ding"
,Darling Refuge, named after
"'Ding" Darling, a very famous
rartoonist,'conservationist. Dar-
ing was a pioneer of sorts in'
wildlife management and get-
ting the refuge system going.
I guided through the ref-
uge mostly in the cooler win-
;er months, when the "Yam
Dankies" invaded South Florida,
n the summer, I mostly did my
Svildlife art, especially carvings/
sculpturess for the more affluent


:,B rom The Dock
BY CAPT. JODY CAMPBELL


will get a lot lower; School start-
ing; Hunting season starting;
Football: And it's just too darn
hot may be the reasons.
Offshore fishing has been
about as bad as many folks can
remember, and that's keeping
a lot of grouper fishermen at,
home. A few kings and cobia
are still being caught, but very
few grouper. Red grouper are
being caught in deep water
with snapper,, but gags are hard
to find. Mike said quite a few
of his customers also dive and
there are fish down there, they
just aren't biting,
Inshore fishing continues to
be good. Mike said the first cove
heading west on the Bayside of
Dog island is producing lots of


clientele.
But it was my articles (which
I'm still writing 35 years later)
and my guiding that helped me
fit in and gain respect on the
island. I loved guiding.
Over the years, after being in
the field nearly daily, I'd really
gotten skilled in identifying the
native and migrant birds. I had
excellent eyesight and hearing
and could nail a bird as to its
species nearly instantly, even
from a fair distance away, or by
only a short call or note.
Plus. I'd focus my spotting
scope on the bird (as an ex-
ample) and explain why it was
holding its wings out like the
Anhingas do, or shaking its foot
as the snowy egrets do, etc..;,:
I also compared them tq
other birds, describing theti
internal makeup, why some
birds have dark and light meat,
their migration, molts, types of
feet and oh and on. I gained
a real reputation with many
of my clients who when they
came to the island for a week's
vacation would go on my tour


WILD Governing Board Meeting Slated
SThe Wilderness Coast Public ing room at 375 Water Stre
libraries' (WILD) Governing Monticello.
Board will meet on Monday, The meeting is open to
Sept. 11. at 2 p.m., in the Jeffer- public. For more informal
,son County Public Library meet- call 926-4571.


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trout and reds. Ray Gray and
Bill Sundberg fished there over
the weekend and caught over
30 trout and reds.
SBallast Cove at Dog Island is
als6,poducing plenty of trout,
and Dog Island Reef is good.
Dog.sland Reef is also produc-
ing Spanish, blues and plenty of,
ladyfish. The docks from Lanark
to Bay: North continue to hold
reds on the high tide. Jack Mor-
gan used gold spoons to catch
and release all he wanted.
Mike Pearson of Shell Point
by way of Tifton caught quite
a few trout and flounder over
the weekend. On Saturday, he
took his 9-year-old son Keaton
on a dove shoot in Quitman.
Keaton told me he shot about


every day!
Year after year I took the
same people out. As I guided,
I thought, .but also learned a
lot from my clients. I've found
those that have humbled them-
selves enough to admit they
enjoy birding (and of course
observing nature in general) are
open-minded, educated, inquisi-
tive folks.
Over the years I took thou-
sands out on tours to Cork-
screw Swamp Sanctuary (an
Audubon sanctuary), to the
Everglades, and even to Fort
Jefferson in the Dry Tortugas
Islands in the Florida Keys.
In all that time, only one in-
dividual was a little off. He was
half~lulrk: When I pointedout
an Anhkiga to hiruigid.is. famn-
ily. he stated. "Anhinga that
sounds like a foot fungus!" I
backed up and literally laughed
so hard I was unable to drive, all
folded up in convulsions.
My guiding career on Sanibel
ended when I moved to this re-
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five birds.
Tom Riddle, also from Tifton,
said they went to Ochlockonee
Shoals, buoy 4 and buoy 24, and
could not find any Spanish but
caught plenty of big ladyfish.
They came in and caught six
nice flounder.
Congratulations to the
Wakulla football team on their
victory over Leon, and hopefully
this weekend will be the same
outcome. I was worried about
Florida State on Monday night
but they pulled it off and looked
Pretty good once they got roll-
ing. The defense looked pretty
darned good,
Remember to leave a float
plan with someone and be care-
ful out there. With the kids back
in school, the weekends are a
good time to spend with them
on the water. Just ask 9-year-old
Andrew, who caught hiis first
speckled trout over the week-
end. His dad may not take him
every time he goes, but I'll bet
Andrew is sure gonna ask to. go.
Good luck and good.fishing.


wildlife up here.
Over the years, I've also
worked at museums, zoos, and
for state and federal agencies
doing what I do best, sharing
my years of accumulated experi-
ences with those that will hear
me out.
I'll be the first to admit there
are those a lot more knowledge-
able about certain subjects than
I, and when I'm around them
I'm humbled.
I'm very fortunate to have
been asked to teach at Talla-
.hassee Community College's
branch here on Highway 319 in
south Crawfordville, a class on
birds on Oct. 10, and one on
reptiles and mammals in the
evening of Nov. 28.
And on Oct 22, I'll be con-
ducting a Birding Tour. Call
922-6290 if you'd like to join
me. I'll also be conducting
wildlife-type tours through the
new Wildwood Nature Based
Inn, by Wildwood Golf Course.
I'm excited


By NANCY GEORGE
Ornamental Horticulturalist


Zingiberaceae, commonly
known as Ginger, is a family of
40 genera and more than 1,000
species of tropical flowers.
The southern-region of the
United States is well suited for
growing these beautiful jewels,
and mid- to late-summer is the
time to shop for the many va-
rieties. Gingers grow from one
foot up to 10 feet or more and,
come in,a rich array of colors. -
All prefer shade to dappled
sunlight and are wonderful in
tropical floral arrangements. Al-
pinia, Curcuma, Dichorisandra,
Globba,,Hedychium, Kaempferia
are some of the easily found
genus.
For edible ginger used for
cooking, you only need to pur-
chase ginger root from the
grocery store and plant it in a
well-drained shady area. Dig up
a rhizome and grate or finely
chop in your favorite recipes.

What to Buy/Plant
Ginger is not the only plant
that looks great in summer.
Look for other sensational tropi-
cal plants such as Calliandra,
Ixora, Erythrina and the many
varieties of Hibiscus. Also, sum-
mer blooming shrubs and peren-
nials like Thyrallis, Tibouchina,
Clerondendron, Odontonema,
iRudbeckia, Thunbergia and
Hydrangea 'Lime Light" or "End-
less Summer." Begin to purchase
spring flowering bulbs to be
planted in fall.

Prune/Propagate
Pruning roses will help revive
your roses and encourage a big
fall bloom. Remove about one-.
third of the plant and crossing
or awkward growth. Be sure to
fertilize after pruning.


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For bigger blooms this win-
ter, start disbudding camellias.
Look for round, flat flower buds
and remove all but one on each
cluster. Divide Iris if needed.
Keep salvias tidy; continue dead-
heading spent flower blooms on
annuals and perennials.

Fertilizing
The last- fertilizing of the
year should be done by early
fall. Check last month's article
for tips on organic fertilizer.
Fertilize Christmas cactus with
0-10-10.

Edibles
Plant seeds for fall and win-
ter vegetables such as spinach,
radish, scallions,.carrots, and let-
tuces, kale and collards, broccoli,
cauliflower, beets, cabbage, peas
and turnips. Don't forget herbs,
parsley, dill, fennel, thyme, and
sage can be planted from four-
inch containers.

Pests
Rain, extra watering and hot
weather make weeds a big pest
in late summer.
Expect weeds to germinate
and drop their seeds faster; pull
them out as soon as they pop
up. A thick layer of mulch, aver-
aging about two inches, should
be maintained year-round, add
more as needed.
This will cool root systems
from hot summer temperatures,
reduce irrigations as much as
half, reduce weeds and improve
soil quality.

For Fun
Tallahassee Nurseries will
present their annual Butterfly
Festival on Saturday and Sun-
day, Sept. 2-3, with talks and
Entertainment. Take the kids for
a fun family outing.

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St. Marks River Entrance


Date High Low High Low
Thu 3.7 ft. 1.0 ft. 4.5 ft. -0.0 ft.
Sep 7, 06 2:49 AM 8:24 AM 2:36 PM 9:11 PM
Fri 3.8 ft. 0.6 ft. 4.5 ft. 0.3 ft.
Sep 8, 06 3:17 AM 9:09 AM 3:25 PM 9:44-PM
Sat 3.9 ft. 0.2 ft. 4.3 ft. 0.8 ft.
Sep 9, 06 3:42 AM 9:53 AM 4:14 PM 10:15 PM
Sun 4.0 ft. -0.0 ft. 4.0 ft. 1.2 ft.
Sep 10, 06 4:07 AM 10:38.AM 5:03 PM 10:44 PM
Mon 4.1 ft. -0.0 ft. 3.5 ft. 1.6 ft.
Sep 11, 06 4:32 AM 11:25 AM 5:55 PM 11:11 PM
Tue 4.0:ft. 0:2 ft. 3.1 ft. 1.9 ft.
Sep 12, 06 4:58 AM 12:18 PM 6:53 PM 11:37 PM
Wed 3.9 ft. 0.4 ft. 2.7 ft.
Sep 13, 06 5:27 AM 1:23 PM 8:10 PM


Alligator Point, Ochlockonee Bay

Date High Low High Low
Thu 2.8 ft. 0.7 ft. 3.3 ft. -0.0 ft.
Sep 7, 06 2:41 AM 8:35 AM 2:28 PM 9:22 PM
Fri 2.9 ft. 0.4 ft. 3.3 ft. 0.2 ft.
Sep 8, 06 3:09 AM 9:20 AM 3:17 PM 9:55 PM
Sat 3.0 ft. 0.1 ft. 3,2 ft. 0.6 ft.
Sep 9, 06 3:34 AM 10:04 AM 4:06 PM 10:26. PM
Sun 3.0 ft. -0.0 ft. 3.0 ft. 0.9 ft.
Sep 10, 06 3:59 AM 10:49 AM 4:55 PM 10:55 PM
Mon 3.1 ft. -0.0 ft. 2.6 ft. 1.2 ft.
Sep11,06 4:24 AM 11:36 AM 5:47 PM 11:22 PM
Tue 3.0 ft. 0.1 ft. 2.3 ft. 1.4 ft.
Sep 12, 06 4:50 AM 12:29 PM 6:45 PM 11:48 PM
Wed 2.9 ft. 0.3 ft. 2.0 ft.
Sep 13, 06 5:19 AM 1:34 PM 8:02 PM,


Major
Activity

Minor
Activity


Thursday
11:45 am


5:35 am
5:55 pm


Friday
12:10 am
12:40 pm

6:25 am
6:50 pm


Saturday
1:10 am
1:35 pm

7:25 am
7:45 pm


Sunday
2:05 am
2:35 pm

8:15 am
8:50 pm


Sept. 7- Sept. 13


City of St. Marks


Date High Low High Low
Thu 3.4 ft. 0.9 ft. .4.2 ft. -0.0 ft.
Sep 7, 06 3:25 AM 9:28 AM 3:12 PM 10:15 PM
Fri 3.6 ft. 0.5 ft. 4.1 ft. 0.3 ft.
Sep 8, 06 3:53 AM 10:13 AM 4:01 PM 10:48 PM
Sat 3.7 ft. 0.2 ft. 4.0 ft. 0.7 ft.
Sep 9, 06 4:18 AM 10:57 AM 4:50 PM .11:19 PM
Sun 3.7 ft. -0.0 ft. 3.7 ft. 1.1 ft.
Sep 10, 06 4:43 AM 11:42 AM 5:39 PM 11:48 PM
Mon 3.8ft. -0.0ft. 3.3 ft.
Sep 11, 06 5:08 AM 12:29 PM 6:31 PM
Tue 1.5 ft. 3.8 ft. 0.1 ft.
Sep 12, 06 12:15 AM 5:34 AM 1:22 PM
Wed 1.8 ft. 3.7 ft. 0.4 ft.
Sep 13, 06 12:41 AM 6:03 AM 2:27 PM


St. Teresa, Turkey Pt.

Date High Low High Low
Thu 2.9 ft. 1.0 ft. 3.5 ft. 0.0 ft.
Sep 7, 06 2:33 AM 8:03 AM 2:20 PM 8:50 PM
Fri 3.0 ft. 0.6 ft. 3.5 ft. 0.3 ft.
Sep 8,.06 3:01 AM 8:48 AM 3:09 PM 9:23 PM
Sat 3.1 ft. 0.2 ft. 3.3 ft. 0.7 ft.
Sep 9, 06 3:26 AM 9:32 AM 3:58.PM 9:54 PM
Sun 3.1 ft. -0.0 ft. 3.1 ft. 1.2 ft.
Sep 10, 06 3:51 AM 10:17 AM 4:47 PM 10:23 PM
Mon 3.2 ft. -0.0 ft. 2.8 ft. 1.6 ft.
pJ1, 6 4:16 AM 11:04 AM' 5:39 PM .10:50 PM
Tue 3.2 t. 0.2 ft. 2.4 ft. 1.9 ft.
Sep 12, 06 4:42 AM 11:57 AM 6:37 PM 11:16 PM
Wed 3.1 ft. 0.4 ft. 2.1 ft. 2.1 ft.
Sep 13, 06 5:11 AM 1:02 PM 17:54 PM 11:44 PM


Monday
3:05 am
3:30 pm

9:15 am
9:45 pm


Tuesday
4:00 am
4:30 pm

10:10 am
10:50 pm


Wednesday
5:05 am
5:30 pm

11:15 am
11.50 pm


Sunrise
Sunset
Moon rise
Moon set
Brightness


For tides at the following points
add to Dog Island Listings: Carrabelle
Apalachicola
Cat Point
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

SDate High Low High Low
Thu 3.8 ft. 1.1 ft. 4.6 ft. -0.0 ft.
SiSep 7, 06 2:46 AM 8:21 AM 2:33 PM 9:08 PM
.r,3.9 ft. 0.6 ft. 4.5 ft. 0.3 ft.
ep 8, 06, 3:14 AM 9:06 AM 3:22 PM 9:41 PM
at 4.0 ft. 0.2 ft.' 4.4 ft. '0.8ft.
Sep 9, 06 3:39 AM 9:50 AM 4:11 PM 10:12 PM
'Sun 4.1 ft. 0.0 ft. 4.0 ft. 1.3 ft.
;Sep 10, 06 4:04 AM 10:35 AM 5:00 PM 10:41 PM
VMon 4.1 ft. -0.0 ft. 3.6 ft. 1.7 ft.
'Sep 11, 06 4:29 AM 11:22 AM 5:52 PM 11:08 PM
Tue. 4.1 ft. 0.2 ft. 3.1 ft. 2.1 ft.,
Sep 12, 06 4:55 AM 12:15 PM 6:50 PM 11:34 PM
Wed 4.0 ft. 0.5 ft. 2.7 ft.
'Sep 13, 06 5:24 AM 1:20 PM 8:07 PM



Dog Island West End

Date High Low High Low
Thu 2.8 ft. 1.5 ft. 3.6 ft. 0.4 ft.
Sep7, 06 3:23,AM 7:29 AM 2:02 PM 8:40 PM
Fri 2.8 ft. 1.2 .ft. 3.5 ft. 0.7 ft.
Sep 8, 06 3:32 AM 8:15 AM 3:05 PM 9:12 PM
Sati 2.9 ft. '0.8 ft. 3.3 ft. 1.1 ft.
Sep 9, 06 3:41 AM 9:02 AM 4:09 PM 9:39 PM
Sun 3.0 ft. 0.6 ft. 3.1 ft. 1.5 ft.
Sep 10, 06 3:53 AM 9:52 AM 5:17 PM 10:02 PM
Mon 3.2 ft. 0.4 ft. 2.9,ft. 1.8 ft.
JSep 11, 06 4:09 AM 10:47 AM 6:34 PM 10:20 PM
Tue 3.4 ft. 0.3 ft. 2.7 ft. 2.0 ft.
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Wed 3.5 ft. 0.4 ft.
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can be seen. Better yet, request and understanding the hazards
a free Vessel Safety Check (www. of boating under the influence of
vesselsafetycheck.org) to make alcohol and misusing emergency
Sr. U A R D sure your boat has all the le- flares as fireworks.
gaily required and recommended Report any emergencies to lo-,
A u x equipment. cal authorities by calling 911 or
SU X I LI A Y 3. Be prepared for emergen- VHF-FM channel 16 ,Any suspi-
SL I P cides: Accidents happen quickly, cious activity that might involve
often with little'or no warning. :
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S.... crew with basic emergency pro- er
cedures, and show them how to
It s s str e witig the contact authorities for help via Septic Tanks Installed
It seems strange writing the ... ine radiO or cell phone Drain Field Repair
,lunn once again. Strange, but t marine radio or cell phone. Drainield Repair
ice,'too. I have missed our read- Eating Emergencies f you boat inan are theatre Weekend Emergenc Se
s and their feedback I often -. .. quires flares, make sure they are 'Weekend Emergenc Se
sce ive. i Ceeak tn oast Guard Station up to date, but never use flares Septic Tanks Cleaned
As always.mydeepestthanks Panama City ............................ .....1 (850) 234-4228 as a form of fireworks. Doing so
Jim McGill. When I learned I Coast Guard Station constitutes a false distress call, 877-6392
ad to have surgery July 24 on Yankeetown .......................................... ... 1 (352) 447-6900 which is a class D felony, punish-
.y right hand, I asked Jim to Coast Guard Auxiliary' able by up to six years in prison Brian & B
rite that week's column and St. Marks (Flotilla 12) ............................... 1 (850) 906-0540 and up to $250.000 in fines, plus
ie next two weeks that I would or .............................................................................. 893-5137 the cost associated with the false
e in Grand Rapids, Mich. Shell Point (Flotilla 13) ...................................... 1(850) 926-2606 distress. IT'S G EAT TO Bh A
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oun to me. I am mix: Boaters are also reminded
appy to rept th at am almost of the dangers of drinking and





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ays. The storms brewing here emergboatiencyAl on withdecreasin "
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oting weekend (I suspect cl good judgements. the consump-
vinglad weekendd) ....eie suspe. J. : tion of alcohol also negatively
gladt-o. affects the ability of passengers
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ays The storms brewing here emergency on the water. A










n aN te etorms 9, John Coast Guard Patrol Boat ean Dock pilot It lists who is going, where
d there isproablThe effects of sun. wind. .
cGi d there is probably one of theion Verificao p m waves and a boat's motion in the lo
!asons, and possibly the price., t h l the req d sa water can add to an operator's
f fuel may be another. What
aiie ainers s in his ear, e hae beun a eu ent impairment. Intoxicated boaters eek
but I am glad there where no c e. lIT'S EVEN BIT
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John Edrington Flotilla Con year in prison and up t o $100000 GATOR BAIT
lander, and his son, Glenn, were in fines.
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aremotla3Sely Pie tis similar to a flight plan for a
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Next Saturday, ept 9, ohnof Private Aids and known as a Life Jacket, then little tey don ear rom you wi
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meeting and all members are "This change is in line with PFD, short forlPersonalFlotation kep to return home. Vpset mtot. subscribe ba r B ait Ma"
gama City to be recertified as trouble after the hurricanes, they had, all the required safety like and when you expect to Sucbe to actor Bait e
qualified Examiners (QEs) in "This year, we have r begun a equipment e oo o o lete a g with the nas.ept h cave .-ee ragiht to t
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Coastander and Vice Commander, Guard ATON teams on Federal to reprint part of the June 30, l repl m more
me-wise, it will be really tight of last year's September status For the boaters information:- oast a athr ar i a hanc u t nh
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e Division 1 Fall meeting in Aid Verifications. Any Private while boating tng that snsl The alncoast Ti
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the Shell Point Coast Guard checked but have increased for the safety of the wearer was at t the eet tht ntrodton oer f i (i
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This will be a very important Bridges checked by little, it became known as a areasonable time of when you I o UniersiofeFor
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)hn Edrington and Michael Aid repair and use just the Aux- 2006, Coast Guard press release 6. Keep a sh arp lookout forTh
onganecker, when they attend iliary on the Bridge and Private offering six tips to stay safe otherboats, the weather, orany-sttmissuonl
ie Division 1 Fall meeting in Aid Verifications, Any Private while boating. thing that is unusual: The Coastll 1 O
manama City on Sept. 22 through Aids not checked by the Auxil- 1. Always wear a life jacket.aarotheisuto be more Cunins 00 78
ept. 24. iary will be self-verified in writ- While in many areas of the coun- aware of their surroundings. Oerere
Guests are always welcome ing by the Aid Owner." try it's hot and steamy, don't be including carefully watching the
Sour Flotilla meetings. The Thought the readers might temnted to forgo wearing a life weather, celebrating responsibly


wonderful pot-luck dinner that
allows is definitely a drawing
ird. Remember, Saturday, Sept.
you are invited.
In a recent e-mail, Weldon
lull, District Staff Officer, Aids
) Navigation, reported, and I
uote, "The Coast Guard Auxil-
ry Aids to Navigation (ATON)
program continues to be an im-
ortant contributor to the Coast
uard and the boating public.
ne year ago, our Aids to Naviga-


enjoy learning of still other ways
the Coast Guard Auxiliary assists
the Coast Guard.

For once, Carolyn Brown Tre-
adon's report on Flotilla 12 (St.
Marks) was surprisingly short.
She wrote:
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tilla 12 took the week off. Steve
Hults held a ramp day at the fort
this weekend, conducting free
Vessel Safety Checks (VSCs) to


jacket. Accidents happen quickly,
and often there isn't time to put
on a life jacket once an accident
has happened. Statistics consis-
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those who perished in boating
accidents were not wearing life
jackets.
2. Make sure your boat is
properly equipped and that
required equipment is function-
ing properly. Make sure your
navigation lights work so you


terrorism should be reported tb
America's Waterway.Watch at
1-877-24-WATCH.
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tips, you could save your life dr
the lives of your passengers.
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Page 14-THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Sept. 7, 2006


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Clerk Recognizes Employees


Wakulla County Clerk of the
Court Brent X. Thurmond re-
cently recognized nine employ-
ees for their continuous years of
service with his office.
Letha Wells and Evelyn Ev-
ans were each honored for 17


years of service while Jackie
Ryals celebrated 12 years. Mat-
tie Dyer McMahon has served
11 years, and Ali Burton has 10
years of service.
Betty Grimes has served the
office for seven years and Don-


na Richardson, Becky Whaley
and Greg James each have six
years of service for a total of 92
years of public service.
"Congratulations 'and many
thanks for your dedicated years
of service," Thurmond said.


County Holds Benefit Enrollment


Colleen Skipper of the Wakul-
la County Administrator's office
spearheaded a county employee
open benefit enrollment pro-
gram Monday through Wednes-
day, Aug. 28 through Aug. 30,
The program gave employ-
ees an opportunity to speak to
vendors about benefits such as

Win
Continued from Page 1
accomplished," Vause said.
"I want 'o thank the people
who put me in there for four
years."
Vause said he wished Green
a lotof luck against Taylor in
November.
In the District 4 race, Demo-
crat, Sally Gandy beat rival
DeLacy Peavy for the right 'to
face incumbent Commissioner
Howard Kessler in November.
S "Im just elated," Gandy said
from a party at The Bistro at
Wildwood Country Club. "I'm
gratified to be the victor."
f Gandy expects to continue
campaigning for the November
. general election just as she has
in the primary: "To have a cam-
paign that deals with issues, a
clean race."
"Mr. Kessler has a lot of sup-
porters, and I know I'm in for a
real experience," Gandy said.
She said that she had "an
absolutely enjoyable experi-
ence" doing campaign work.
"Everybody is so congenial and
pleasant."
Peavy shrugged off the loss.
"We did the, best we could,"
he said."'I wish the best for
Miss Sally. I'm behind her 100
percent."
The campaigning w;as. "more
work than I thought it would
be," Peavy said. Asked if he
would be back at it as a can-
didate; Peavy smiled and said,i
"We'll see in four years."
School board members were
re-elected to new terms in non-
partisan races; With Ray Gray.
Becky Cook and Jerry Evans all
winning.
'm just' so relieved.," Gray
said. "Mr. Smith worked very
hard and he's a good man."
Challenger Ray Smith said
simply. "I did my best."
Becky Cook watched results
come in at. the supervisor's of-
fice, where she spent much of
her time playing with a young,
child. Cook said she had been
looking for a Bible verse for a
friend who was feeling down
and came across a verse in the
Second Book of Peter that said:
"Wherefore the rather, brethren,
give diligence to make your
calling and election sure: for
if ye do these things, ye shall
never fall."
Reached by phone, chal-
lenger Debbie Miles said she
was "very disappointed" with
the results. "It's a very definite
possibility," that she would run
again in four years, she said.
Incumbent Jerry Evans could
riot be reached for comment,
Challenger Broward Sapp
looked exhausted as results
came in at the elections office.
"I had a really good time,"
Sapp said of the campaign. "I
went to 3,000 homes. I really
enjoyed meeting the people
who live in those houses."
Of his rival, Sapp said, "I sup-
port Jerry 100 percent."
This was Sapp's second try
to unseat Evans. Of his future
plans, he said, "Don't count me
out. I'll be back."


health insurance, dental, life, ac-
cident, disability, cancer, vision,
intensive care and others.
Wakulla County Health De-
partment 'officials and dentist
Dr. Anthony Polk attended; the
Aug. 28.session to discuss the
health department's Fee For
Service Dental Program.


The health. officials also
offered free health screening.
which included blood pressure
and cholesterol checks.
Some of the vendors at-
tending 'the function included
Capital Health Plan,.American
General, Colonial, Ameritas,
AFLAC and AIG.


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precinct-by-precinct polling
numbers in next week's issue.


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Business


Avon Retail Store Opens
Avon of Crawfordville owners in the Big Bend. Robin has been
Robin and Walt .Zanto recent- with Avon for three years and is
ly attended a ribbon-cutting an independent sales represen-
ceremony sponsored by the tative, unit leader and certified
Wakulla County Chamber of beauty advisor. A grand opening
Commerce. kickoff was held at the shop
The event was attended by Avon\ over Labor Day weekend.,
District Sales Manager Kim Bar- Robin offers personalized skin
lowe. Bee Blaisdell and several care and color analysis. as well
customers. as career training opportunities
The Zancos' shop is the first to become an Avon representa-
fully stocked retail Avon shop tive.

Wakulla Bank Employees Receive Training


Six Wakulla Bank employees
recently spent a week studying
at the Florida School of Banking
in Gainesville. The three-year
school, is designed to provide
bank personnel at the super-
visory arid junior-officer levels
the opportunity to increase their
knowledge about the banking
industry and the economy.
The school, provided by,
Florida Bankers Association, of-
fers courses such as leadership
styles, financial deregulation.
financial statement analysis and
asset/liability management.
Wakulla Bank employees
who attended this year's school
were Melanie Anderson, execu-
tive assistant to .Wakulla Bank


President aid CEO Walter C.
Dodson Jr.; Crawfordville main
branch; Jarrod Richardson, col-
lections, Crawfordville main
branch: Heather Benton. in-store
branch manager. Crawfordville
Winn-Dixie branch; Ashley Sa-
vary, executive assistant. Wood-
ville branch; Steven Lohbeck,
loan officer. Appleyard branch;
and Will Davis. loan officer.
Centerville branch. :
Wakulla Bank is an indepen-
dent bank with branches in Cal-
houn, Leon. Liberty and Wakulla
counties. It maintains more than
$425 millionrit assets and has
served Wakulla and Leon coun-
ties for more than 30 years, Visit ,
www.wakullabank.com.


Avon of Crawfordville is located
in North Pointe Center. 1626-A
Crawfordville Highway, and is
open Monday through Friday
from 10 a.m. to 6"p.m. and Sat-
urday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The
phone number is 926-9990 and
the e-mail address is avoninc@
comcast.net. The Web site is
www.youravon.com/rzanco.


Fresh Start
Ming Tree Garden has a new
manager and some new.dishes
on the menu.
Restaurant owner Chun Lin
said he became aware last year
some customers
weren't happy
with the food.
and he is inviting
customers to give
the place another
try.
"The food is
better,", he said,
adding that he is Chun Lin
always there to
watch over how
the food is cooked. Business
is picking up, he said, and old
customers are coming back.
The menu has traditional
Chinese dishes, chow meins
and lo mein, and popular foods'
such as moo shu pork. moo goo
gai pan (sliced chicken with
mushrooms, bamboo, broccoli,
snow peas in a light sauce) for
$7.95, and kung pao shrimp
(shrimp in sauteed chili peppers
with peanuts) for $9.25.
Lin said the most popular
items on the Ming Tree Garden
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For Ming Tree Garden
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special sauce and sprinkled and weddings.
with sesame seeds, and bour- Ming Tree Garden offers ca-1
bon chicken, $9.50, which is tering for special events.
grilled dark meat chicken mari- Ming Tree Garden. located,
nated in teriyaki sauce. south of Crawfordville in the
Also popular, he said, is steak Mill Creek Place shopping cen-"
kew, at $12.25, which is cubes ter at 3278 Crawfordville High-'
of steak served with snow pea way, is open seven days a week::
pods, mushrooms, bamboo Monday through Thursday from
shoots, water chestnuts and 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., Friday and:
Chinese vegetables. Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 %
Lin has been in the' restau- p.m., and Sunday from noon 1
rant business in the United to 9 p.m.
States for 12 years and is origi- The restaurant also prepares
nally from Fujian province. He orders to go. The phone number
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Woman Injured In Water Accident


A 21-year-old Tallahassee
woman narrowly escaped death
Monday, Sept. 4, when the per-
,sonal water craft she was oper-
ating in Sopchoppy was struck
Sby another watercraft operated'
by a friend, according to Lt. Jeff
Schremser of the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation Com-
mission.(FWC).


Kari M. Wells suffered seri-
ous injuries when she was
struck broadside by a com-
panion, Whitney Bridges, 20,
of Tallahassee, according to
Schremser.
The two women were a short
distance from the Ochlockonee
River State Park when the acci-
dent occurred at approximately


3:20 p.m.
Wells suffered serious, but
not life-threatening, injuries
in the accident, which caused
$1,000 worth of damage to the
personal watercraft, according
to the FWC.
Schremser said Wells was
fortunate to have survived the
accident.


S"She's extremely lucky," he
said.
The women apparently lost
control of the powerful water
crafts, he added.
The investigation is continu-
ing and charges are pending.
Alcohol did not contribute to
the accident, Lt. Schremser
concluded.


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An all-day trial of a man
charged with stealing a "hot
rod" truck from a Crawfordville
car lot, chopping it for parts and
then trying to dispose of it in
Perry ended with a not guilty
verdict.
The six-person jury took
about an hour and a half to
return its verdict, finding Derek
McKinnon not guilty of grand
theft auto and dealing in stolen
property charges on Thursday,
Aug. 31.
Martin Libby, owner of Pre-


Court Shorts
As has become usual at mis-
demeanor arraignment, there
were numerous cases of young
people most of them students
from Tallahassee charged
with having beer at Cherokee
Sink.
State park police have been
rigorous in enforcing violations
of possession of alcohol at the
state park. There are signs at
Cherokee Sink, which is part
of Wakulla Springs State Park,
alerting visitors that alcohol is
not allowed.
At arraignment on Tuesday,
Sept. 5, most of the dozen or
so people charged with having
beer at the sinkhole pleaded to
the charge and were ordered by
County Judge Jill Walker to pay
$190 in court costs.
Two of those charged.
though, did not take the plea
offer from the state, instead
indicating they wanted to have
a trial. One young woman dis-
puted that she had beer in a
Plastic cup, saying she did not
drink beer and that the park of-
'ficer gave her the cup back.
' Another woman said she was
under the impression that park
signs prohibiting alcohol were
required to be in plain sight. The
sign at the entrance, she said,
was obscured by plants, and she
did not know she was on state
park property.
In other court matters:
SAn appeal of a misde-


mier Motors, testified that he
saw McKinnon and another
man stop by his car lot in Oc-
tober 2005 to look at a candy-
apple red 1993 Chevrolet truck
that he had outfitted with high-
performance parts.
Libby sent word to McKin-
non that the truck wasn't for
sale, but he and the other man,
described as tall and with dread-
locks, were allowed to open.the
hood and look at the engine.
A few days later, the truck
was stolen from the lot, Libby
said.
"Angry would not even de-


meanior battery conviction was
appealed to circuit court.
James Lewis was found guilty
in May of one count of simple
battery for allegedly hitting his
ex-wife after a confrontation at
his mobile home, which is on
the ex-wife's property.
Lewis was sentenced to 11
months and 29 days in Wakulla
County Jail by Judge Walker. In
June, the judge denied a motion
for a new trial, filed by Lewis'
public defender, Roger Ruiz. The
attorney argued that rebuttal
testimony of the victim about a
past history of violence should
not have been allowed.
In a written order filed on
Aug. 18. Judge Walker wrote
that Lewis opened the door
to the victim testifying about
such things after he claimed
or the stand that he is a peace-
ful, non-violent person while
his ex-wife is prone to violence
against him.
On Aug. 28, the case was ap-
pealed to circuit court, where
Judge N. Sanders Sauls will take
up the matter.
A store clerk at Karol's'
Korner pleaded no contest to
selling tobacco to a person un-
der 21 a misdemeanor and
was ordered to pay $190 in court
costs. On Aug. 1, ar undercover
informant with the state Depart-


scribe how I felt when I walked
6ut'there and found my truck
wa~sissing," Libby testified.
A few days later, mud bog en-
thi6asts from Wakulla County
who'were in Perry for a truck
pull saw the distinctive red
body'of the truck at an automo-
tive shop there. The engine and
transmission had been cut out
of the truck, and everything of
value stripped from it,
McKinnon took the stand
in his defense and said he had
never been to Premier Motors
apd didn't know anything about
a red truck.


ment of Alcohol and Tobacco
went into the convenience store
and bought a pack of cigarettes.
The clerk said she checked the
informant's identification, but
was rushed and didn't notice
the girl was underage.
The clerk told Judge Walker
that the store now has an.elec-
tronic scanner that checks cus-
tomers' driver licenses to ensure
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Sheriff's F
Wakulla County Sheriff's
Office officials investigated a
grand theft Sept. 1 that was
reported by Stephen D. Webster
of Crawfordville, according to
Sheriff David Harvey.
SThe victim reported that
several firearms and a camera
had been stolen from his home
while he was collecting his ve-
hicle, which had been involved
in a traffic accident.
The three firearms and a
video camera are valued at
$1,050, and a suspect has been
identified. Deputy Mike Crum
investigated.
In other activity reported by
the Wakulla County Sheriff's Of-
fice during the past week:
On Aug. 25, Lateef Akim
Bates, 30, of Crawfordville was
charged with possession of
marijuana and possession of
marijuana with intent to sell at
the Wal-Mart shopping center.
Detectives arranged a con-
trolled purchase of marijuana
with the help of a confidential
informant. A search of the
suspect's vehicle turned up a
digital scale and 12 grams of
marijuana in a cigarette pack,
according to reports.
Another 106.8 grams were
discovered in the investigation,
the report showed. Bates was
also wanted on a violation of
probation for possession of ana-
bolic steroids. Sgt. C.L. Morrison
investigated.
On Aug. 29, Jennifer L.
Thomas ofTallahassee reported
a lightning strike at McDonald's
restaurant in Crawfordville. The
manager told Deputy Jason
Newliin that flames shot out of
the deep fryer and all of the
cash registers malfunctioned
at the same time. Thle deep
fryer continued to burn after
the strike. Volunteer firefight-
ers extinguished the flames.
McDonald's reported a loss of
$3,00, but no one was'injured:
in the incident.;
SOn Aug. 31, Stella Rose
Pfirrman, 18, of Crawfordville
was charged with possession
of a Schedule III controlled
substance with intent to seller
deliver following a traffic stop.
Deputy Donald Newsome
conducted a traffic stop on Trice
Lane in Crawfordville. Depii'f~
Matt Helms and K-9 "Cowboy"
conducted a search of the vehi-
cle and reportedly were alerted
to' narcotics. Law enforcement
officials located 50 pills; which
were later identified as Vicodin,
according to reports.
Pfirrma an a passenger in
the vehicle denied knowledge
of the pills.
SOn Aug. 24, Dorothy Diane
Jenkins, 46, of Crawfordville
was charged with aggravated
assault, battery with a deadly
weapon and criminal mischief,
Following a domestic distur-
bance in Crawfordville. The
victim allegedly struck a 54-year-
old victim during a dispute.
I Jenkins also allegedly struck
a second 48-year-old victim. She
allegedly scratched one of the
victim's vehicles and struck it
with her vehicle. She also ran
over a bush and struck a water
pipe, causing the pipe to burst
and water to spray into the air,
according to reports. Deputy
Scott Rojas investigated.
On Aug. 27, Jennifer S.
Rode of Crawfordville reported
'a grand theft of a cell phone.
The phone is valued at $300,
and a suspect has been iden-
tified. Deputy Nick Boutwell
!investigated.
On Sept. 4, Roman Davie
Hudson, 29, of Panacea was
'charged with vehicle theft in
connection with a report of a
Suspicious person on Crawford-
ville Highway. Deputy Ward
Kromer investigated and de-


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Panacea. Hudson, observed near
the vehicle, also faces warrants
for criminal mischief and was
taken to the county jail.
On Sept. 4, a 16-year-old
Crawfordville juvenile was
charged with retail theft at
Bealls Outlet in Crawfordville.
A security officer observed the
juvenile removing a label from
jewelry before putting it on. The
juvenile was issued a notice to
appearing court. The value of the
items was $12.97. Deputy Brad'
Taylor investigated.
On Sept. 4, Shalyn K. Har-
vey of Sopchoppy reported a
criminal mischief as someone
broke her vehicle windshield.
Damage was estimated at $300.,
Sgt. jimmy Sessor investigat-
ed.


On Sept. 1, Tammy Jo
Parker of Crawfordville reported
a criminal mischief as someone
broke the back window of her
vehicle. Damage is estimated
at $500. Deputy Evelyn Brown'
investigated.
On Sept. 2, William Nealy
Jr., 24, of Tallahassee was
charged with possession of
cocaine following a DUI check-
point. K-9 "Gunny" reportedly
detected the narcotics; crack co-
caine weighing nearly 2.5 grams
was confiscated. A passenger
in the vehicle, James Nealy III,
23, of Monticello, was arrested
on outstanding warrants from
Madison County. Deputy Lorne
Whaley and Sgt. Jimmy Sessor
investigated.
On Sept. 3, William A.
Moon, 34, of St. Marks was
charged with disorderly con-
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law enforcement officials were
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of the establishment. Deputy
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On Aug. 31, CaseyJon King,
22, of Tallahassee was issued
a notice to appear in court for
possession of marijuana during
a DUI checkpoint. K-9 "Cowboy"
alerted law enforcement offi-
cials to narcotics in the vehicle.
The driver of the vehicle, Ray
Justin Shepard, was issued a
traffic citation for not having
his driver license. Deputy Matt
Helms and Deputy Jason New-
lininvestigated.
Qn Sept. 3, Tara Lynn We-
ber, 20, of Crawfordville was


issued a notice to appear in
court for possession of alcohol
by a person under 21 years of
age following a DUI checkpoint.
Vodka allegedly was found in
the vehicle. A passenger in the
vehicle, Marcus Brandon Kelley,
19, of Crawfordville was issued
a notice to appear in court
for possession of marijuana
after K-9 "Cowboy" alerted law
enforcement to the presence
of narcotics in the vehicle.
Deputies Matt Helms and Vicki
Mitchell investigated.
On Sept. 4, Christopher
Scott Gestl, 19, of Crawfordville
was charged with possession of
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THE SCHOOL BOARD OF
WAKULLA COUNTY announces
the final public hearing of the 2006-
07 budget and regular school board
meeting to which all interested per-
sons are invited.

DATE: Monday, Sept 11, 2006
TIME: Regular meeting at 5:30 p.m.
public hearing at 6 p.m.
PLACE: School Board Room
69 Arran Road
Crawfordville, Florida
PURPOSE: Final public hearing and
regular school board
meeting.
For further information please contact:
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P.O. Box 100, 69Arran Road
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Legal Notice


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 2006-FC-53

JOHN A. SOPRANO AND AUDREY M. SO-
PRANO, TRUSTEES OF THE JOHN A. SO-
PRANO REVOCABLE TRUST AGREEMENT
DATED OCTOBER 13, 1999; and JOHN A.
SOPRANO AND AUDREY M. SOPRANO RE-
VOCABLE TRUSTAGREEMENT DATED OC,
TOBER 1.3, 1999,
Plaintiffs,
vs.

DIANE G. WALKER; WAKULLAICOUNTY; and
UNKNOWN TENANTS,
Defendants:
NOTICE OF SALE

Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to
Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered in the
above-styled cause, in the Circuit Court of
Wakulla County, Florida, I will sell the property
situate in Wakulla County, Florida, described
as:
COMMENCE AT THE NORTHWEST
CORNER OF LOT' 3, OF THE
HARTSFIELD RIVER SURVEY OF
LANDS IN WAKULLA COUNTY,
FLORIDA AND RUN NORTH 72 DE-
GREES 30 MINUTES 00 SECONDS
EAST 1434.40 FEET, THENCE CON-
TINUE NORTH 72 DEGREES 30 MIN-
UTES 00 SECONDS EAST 1841.50
FEET, THElNCE RUN SOUTH 54 DE-
GREES 31 MINUTES 36 SECONDS
EAST 751.65 FEET TO A RE-ROD
.MARKING' THE Fo1llT ,-,F EEGIr.
riNG FROAM SAID POCIrlT CF .BECIII
NiNG CCrrlTINUE SOUTH 54 DE.
AGREES 31 .l MINUTES 36. SECONDS
EAST 1J. 19: FEET TO ,A RE.RCO
THENCE RUtNl SOUTH C, DEGREES
16 MINUTES.03 SECONDS WEST
124.95 FEET TO A RE-ROD LYING
ON THE NORTHERLY RIGHT-OF-
WAY BOUNDARY OF OSPREY
CIRCLE, THENCE RUN NORTH 66
DEGREES 16 MINUTES 43 SEC-
ONDS WEST ALONG SAID RIGHT-
OF-WAY BOUNDARY 130.13 FEET
TO A RE-ROD, THENCE LEAVING
SAID RIGHT-OF-WAY BOUNDARY
'RLOr' NORTH *- DEGREES 49 MIN-
JTES 05 SECCrIJDS EAST 153.29
FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING.

at public sale, to the highest bidder, for cash,
at the front door of the Wakulla County Court-
house, Crawfordville, Florida at 11:00 a.m., on
October 19, 2006. Any persons claiming an in-
terest in the surplus from this sale, other than
the property owner, must file a claim within 60
days after the sale.
BRENT X. THURMOND
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
-s- Chris Gibson
Deputy Clerk

August 31, September 7, 2006


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NOTICE OF DECISION
USDA Forest Service Apalachicola
/ National Forest
Apalachicola Ranger-District.
Wakulla Ranger District
Franklin, Leon, Liberty and Wakulla Counties
Florida
Apalachicola Fiscal Year 2007-2011
Prescribed Burning,
On August 28, 2006, District Ranger Marcus
Beard decided to implementAlternative 2 of the
Environmental Assessment for Apalachicola
Fiscal Year 2007-2011 Prescribed Burning. The
ANF proposes to prescribe burn between
90,000.and 110,000 acres annually, with
45,000-55,000 acres between April 1, and Sep-
tember 30, of each year, and 45,000-55,000
-acres between October 1 and March 31 of each
year. The objective is to prescribe burn on av-
erage every three years with varied intervals
on any given site to restore natural processes
in all sites where the fire return interval was
less than 10 years. The other alternative evalu-
ated was the no action alternative.

The Environmental Assessment (EA) and De-
cision Notice & Finding-of No Significant Im-
pact (FONSI) are posted on our web site at the
following address, under projects and plans:
http://www.fs.fed.us/r8/florida/. If you do not
have access to the Internet or cannot access
these documents we can mail you a copy upon
request. Please write us at either address on
this letterhead or contact Greg Titus (850) 926-
3561 extension 6522.

This decision is subject to appeal pursuant to
36 CFR 215.11. Individuals or organizations that
submitted substantive comments during the
comment period may appeal: Appeals must
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September 7, 2006


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
WAKULLA COUNTY
CCIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 06-57-FC
CITIFINANCIAL MORTGAGE COMPANY,
INC.,
Plaintiff,
vs.

JOHN C. LONGER A/K/AJOHN CLAYTON
LONGER; THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
JOHN C. LONGER AK/A JOHN CLAYTON
LONGER; IF LIVING, INCLUDING ANY
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SAID
DEFENDANTSS, IF REMARRIED, AND IF
DECEASED,, THE RESPECTIVE UN,
KNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS, LIENORS, AND
TRUSTEES, AND ALL OTHER 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 PER-
SONS CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER,
OR AGAINST DEFENPANT(S); UNKNOWN
TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TENANT #2;

Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to a
Final Summary Judgment of Foreclosure en-
tered 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 SEC-
TION 24, TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH;
RANGE 1 WEST, WAKULLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AND RUN
THENCE NORTH 88 DEGREES 53.
MINUTES 20 SECONDS WEST
ALONG THE NORTH BOUNDARY
OF SAID.SECTION 24A DISTANCE,
OF 2230.41 FEET TO THE NORTH-
EAST CORNER OF PROPERTY
DESCRIBED IN DEED BOOK 38,
PAGE 229-231 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF WAKULLA COUNTY,
FLORIDA, THENCE SOUTH OODE-
GREES 23 MINUTES 25 SECONDS
EAST ALONG THE EAST BOUND-
ARY OF THE AFOREMENTIONED
PROPERTY 626.10 FEET TO THE
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SAID
PROPERTY, THENCE NORTH 88
DEGREES 53 MINUTES 20 SEC-
ONDS WEST ALONG THE SOUTH
BOUNDARY OF SAID PROPERTY
AND PARALLEL TO THE NORTH
BOUNDARY OF SAID SECTION 24
A DISTANCE. OF 417.40 FEET TO
THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF
SAID PROPERTY, THENCE SOUTH
00 DEGREES 22 MINUTES 25 SEC-
ONDS EAST 803.0 FEET TO THE
POINT-OF BEGINNING. FROM SAID -
POINT OF.BEGINNING CONTINUE
THENCE SOUTH 00 DEGREES 22'
MINUTES 25 SECONDS EAST
740.40 FEET TO AN OLD CON-
CRiTE 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
CITY OF TALLAHASSEE POWER
LINE, THENCE NORTH 24 DE-
GREES 46 MINUTES 44 SECONDS .
WEST ALONG SAID WESTERLY
RIGHT-OF-WAY BOUNDARY 843.72
FEET, THENCE NORTH 88 DE-
GREES 53.MINUTES 20 SECONDS
WEST PARALLEL TO THE NORTH
BOUNDARY OF A SAID SECTION
24A DISTANCE OF 572.99 FEETTO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING.'
LESS AND EXCEPT THE FOLLOW-
ING DESCRIBED PROPERTY:
COMMENCE AT ST. JOE PAPER
COMPANY PERMANENT REFER-
ENCE MONUMENT MARKING THE
NORTHEAST CORNER OF SEC-
TION 24 TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH,
RANGE/ 1 WEST, WAKULLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA AND-RUN
NORTH 88 DEGREES 53 MINUTES
20 SECONDS WEST ALONG THE
NORTH BOUNDARY OF SAID SEC-
TION 24 A DISTANCE OF 2230.41
FEET TO THE NORTHEAST COR-
NER OF PROPERTY DESCRIBED
IN DEED BOOK 38, PAGES 229-231
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA
THENCE SOUTH 00 DEGREES 22
MINUTES 25 SECONDS EAST
ALONG THE EASTBOUNDARY OF
THE AFOREMENTIONED PROP-
ERTY 626.1'0 FEET TO THE
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SAID
PROPERTY, THENCE NORTH 88
DEGREES 53 MINUTES 20 SEC-
ONDS WEST ALONG THE SOUTH
BOUNDARY OF SAID PROPERTY
AND PARALLEL TO THE NORTH
BOUNDARY OF SAID SECTION 24
A DISTANCE OF 417,40 FEET TO
THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF
SAID PROPERTY, THENCE SOUTH
00 DEGREES 22 MINUTES 25 SEC-
ONDS EAST 1543.40 FEET TO AN
OLD CONCRETE MONUMENT,
THENCE SOUTH 87.DEGREES 42
MINUTES 58 SECONDS; EAST'
484.40 FEET TO THE 'POINT OF
BEGINNING. FROM SAID POINT
OF BEGINNING CONTINUE
SOUTH 87 DEGREES 42 MINUTES .
58 SECONDS EAST 438.00 FEET,
THENCE NORTH 25 DEGREES 14
MINUTES 56 SECONDS WEST
ALONG THE WESTERLY RIGHT-
OF-WAY BOUNDARY OF A CITY OF
TALLAHASSEE POWERLINE
257.50 FEET, THENCE NORTH 87
DEGREES 42 MINUTES 58 SEC-
ONDS WEST 320.98 FEET,
STHENCE SOUTH 05 DEGREES 41
MINUTES 01 SECOND EAST 57.50
FEET, THENCE SOUTH 04 DE-
GREES 20 MINUTES 04 SECONDS
WEST 166.50 FEET, THENCE
SOUTH 02 DEGREES 17 MINUTES
02 SECONDS WEST 5.00 FEETTO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
A/K/A
130 Ashley Hall Road
Crawfordville, FL 32327
at public sale, to the highest and best bidder,
for cash, at the front entrance of the Wakulla
County Courthouse, 3056 Crawfordville High-
way, Crawfordville, FL 32327 at 11:00 o'clock
A.M. on October 19, 2006.
DATED THIS 14th DAY OF August, 2006.
Any person claiming an interest in the
surplus from the sale, if any, other than the
property owner as of the date of the lis pen-
dens, must file a claim within 60 days after
the sale.
Witness my hand apd seal of. this court
on the 14th day of August, 2006.
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
-s- Chris Gibson
Deputy Clerk
THIS INSTRUMENT PREPARED BY:
Law Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra
9204 King Palm Drive
Tampa, FL 33619-1328
Attorneys for Plaintiff
In accordance with the American with Disabili-
ties Act of 1990, persons needing a special
accommodation to participate in this proceed-
ing should contact the ASA Coordinator no
later than seven (7) days prior to the proceed-
ings. If hearing impaired, please call (800)
955-9771 (TDD) or (800) 955-8770 (voice),


via Florida Relay Service.
August 31, September 7, 2006


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 Nutber: 2006-030
RFQ Opening Date and Time: Monday, Sep-
tember 18, 2006 at 2:00 p.m.
Project Name: Operation, Maintenance &
Management of Waste WaterTreatment, Pub-
lic 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.
Requests for RFQ specifications should be
made to:
Pamela Raker Allbritton, Wakulla County
Commissioners Office (850) 926-0919
WAKULLA ,CCUL'T',' COI.lMISSIOrIERS
RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REJECT Ai''
At/C, ALL i05S OR PORTIONS THEREOF

Any Handicapped, Visually or Hearing Im-.
paired Person or Non-English Speaking Per-
son needing Special Assistance should con-
tact this office at (850) 926-0919 orTDD (850)
926-1201.,
August 24, 31, September 7,, 2006


Legal Notice


WAKULLACOUNTY
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Code Enforcement

Commissioner Maxie Lawhon, Chairman
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
The Wakulla County Board of County Commis-
sioners invites you to submit a request for pro-
posal on the following:
RFP: 2006-34
Opening date and time: Thursday, Sept. 21,
2006 at 2:00 p.m.
Project name: "Determined" Junk removal ser-
vices for County Code Enforcement Office

The Wakulla County Code Enforcement Depart-
ment shall receive sealed proposals until Thurs-
day, Sept. 21, 2006 at 2:00 p.mAll RFP should
be marked as a sealed RFP, with the RFP'num-
ber, opening date and time.
Request for qualifications and proposal speci-
fications should be made to: Jaime Baze, Code
Enforcement Office (850) 926-3695.
WAKULLA COUNTY COMMISSIONERS RE-
SERVE THE RIGHT TO.REJECT ANY, AND
ALL PROPOSALS OR PORTIONS THEREOF.
Any handicapped, Visually or Hearing Impaired
Person or Non-English Speaking Person need-
ing Special Assistance should contact this of-
fice at (850) 926-3695 at least five (5) working
days prior to the opening of the proposals.
Wakulla County is an Affirmative Action/Equal
Opportunity Employer
August 31, September 7, 14, 2006


Legal Notice


Notice of Application for Tax Deed
2006 TXD 003
Notice is hereby given that Clyde K:
Carter, Sr. the holder of the following certifi-
cate has filed said certificate for:a tax deed to
be issued thereon. The certificate number and
year of issuance, the description.of the prop-
erty, and the names in which it was assessed
are as follows:

SCertificate No. 1335
Year of Issuance: 1999
Description of Property:
00-00-043-010-08647-000 Wakulla Gar-.
dens Unit 3 Block 14 Lots 24 & 25
Name in which assessed: Alice Faye
Atkins, Ann Marie Resha, Larry'Thomas
Horton
Said property being in the County of
WAKULLA, State of Florida
SUnless such certificate shall be redeemed
according to law the property described in
,such certificate shall be sold to the highest
bidder at the courthouse door on the 3rd day
of October, 2006. at 10:00 a.m.
Dated this 17th date of August, 2006.
BRENT X, THURMOND

-s- Letha M. Wells
Deputy Clerk
Clerk of Circuit Court of Wakulla County,
Florida.
August 31, September 7,14, 21,2006


Legal Notice


Notice bf Application for Tax Deed
2006 TXD 004

Notice is hereby given that Clyde K.
Carter, Sr. the holder of the following certifi-
cate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to
be issued thereon; The certificate number and
year of Issuance, the description of the prop-
erty, and the names in which it was assessed
are as follows:

Certificate No. 1338
Year of Issuance: 1999
Description of Property:
00-00-043-010-08673-000 Wakulla Gar-
dens Unit 3 Block 16 Lots 1 & 2
Name in which assessed: Mildred R. Rein

Said property being in the County of
WAKULLA, State of Florida
Unless such certificate shall be redeemed
according to law the property described in
.such certificate shall be sold to the highest
bidder at the courthouse door on the 3rd day
of October, 2006. at 10:00 a.m.
Dated this 22nd date of August, 2006.
BRENT X. THURMOND
-s- Letha M. Wells
Deputy Clerk
Clerk of Circuit Court of Wakulla County,
Florida.

August 31, September 7, 14, 21,2006


Legal Notice


NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT
TO CHAPTER 83, PART IV
Notice is given pursuant to Florida Self-Stor-
age Facility Act, Florida Statutes, Chapter 83,
Part IV that Crawfordville Self Storage will hold
a sale by sealed bid on Monday, September
25, 2006 at 10:00 a.m. at 3295 Crawfordville
Hwy. of the contents of Mini- Warehouse con-
taining personal property of:
Bryan Thomas
Dale Abbott
Brenda Petterson
Colleen Smith


* *


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
2ND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 06-59-FC

AMERIQUEST FUNDING II REO SUBSIDIARY.
LLC,
Plaintiff,

vs.
CLIFFORD D. FRIESE A/K/A CLIFFORD
FRIESE AK/ACLIFFORD DOUGLAS FRIESE,
et al,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated the 28th
day of August, 2006, and entered in Case No.
06-59-FC, of the Circuit Court of the 2ND Judi-
cial Circuit in and for Wakulla County, Florida,
wherein AMERIQUEST FUNDING II REO SUB-
SIDIARY LLC is the Plaintiff and CLIFFORD
D. FRIESE A/K/A CLIFFORD FRIESE A/K/A
CLIFFORD DOUGLAS FRIESE; CYNTHIA F.
FRIESE A/,K/A CYNTHIA S. FRIESE; JOHN
DOE; JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANTS)
IN POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROP-
ERTY are defendants. I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at the FRONT DOOR
OF COURTHOUSE at the Wakulla County
Courthouse, in CRAWFORDVILLE, Florida, at
11:00 a.m. on the 5th day of October, 2006, the
following described property as set forth in said
Final Judgment, to wit:
LOT7, BLOCK A, SAVANNAH ACRES
UNIT NO. 1, ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 17, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF WAKULLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH A 1995 HARB
DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE HOME WITH
VIN #S GAFLS54A76589HS21 AND
GAFLS54B76589HS21.


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Steve Revell, Louise Revell, and T.V. Gibson,
a/k/a T.Y. Gibson, if alive, and if dead or not
known to be dead or alive, their several and
respective unknown spouses, heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors, and all other parties natu-
ral, corporate, or otherwise, claiming interests
by, through, ulder, or against them, and also
the Florida Coastal Corporation, a corporation
dissolved by proclamation whose mailing ad-
dress was General Delivery in Panacea, FL,
and its respective unknown devisees, grantees,
creditors, and all parties natural, corporate, or
otherwise, claiming Interests by, through, un-
der, or against it to have any right, title, or inter-
est in or to the land hereinafter described,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION TO QUIET TITLE
TO: Steve Revell, Louise Revell, and T.V.
Gibson, a/k/a T.Y. Gibson, If alive, and if dead
or not known to be dead or alive, their several
and respective unknown spouses, heirs, devi-
sees, grantees, creditors, and all other parties
natural, corporate, or otherwise, claiming inter-
ests by, through, under, or against them, and
also the Florida Coastal Corporation, and its
respective unknown devisees, grantees, credi-
tors, and all parties natural, corporate, or oth-
erwise, claiming interests by, through, under,
or against it to have any right, title, or interest
in or to the land hereinafter described
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to quiet
title to real property has been filed against you.
As filed, this quiet title action requests the Court
determine that none of the above-named par-
ties have any right, title or interest in the parcel
of property described as Lot 9 of Block D of
Wakulla River Estates, as per plat thereof re-
corded in Plat Book 1, Page 48, of the public
records of Wakulla County, Florida.


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Before the sale date of September 25, 2006,
the owners may redeem their property by pay-
ment of the outstanding balance and cost by
paying in person at 3295 Crawfordville Hwy.,
Crawfordville, FL.

September 7, 14, 2006


Legal Notice


WAKULLA COUNTY
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
INVITATION TO BID

THE WAKULLACOUNTY BOARD OF COM-
MISSIONERS INVITES YOU TO SUBMIT A
BID ON THE FOLLOWING:

BID NUMBER: 2006-35
BID OPENING DATE AND TIME: SEPTEM-
BER 21, 2006 AT 2;60 P.M..
ITEM: CONSTRUCTION & DEMOLITION
DEBRIS,TRANSPORTATION AND DIS-
POSAL

THE WAKULLA COUNTY BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS SHALL RE-
CEIVESEALED BIDS UNTIL2:00 P.M. SEP-
TEMBER 21, 2006.
ALL BIDS SHOULD BE.CLEARLY MARKED
AS SEALED BID, WITH THE BID NUMBER,
OPENING DATE AND TIME, AND MAILED
TO BOCC AT P.O. BOX 1263, CRAWFORD-
VILLE, FL 32326.
A PUBLIC BID OPENING WILL BE HELDAT
THE WAKULLA COUNTY BOARD OFFICE,
CRAWFORDVILLE, FLORIDAON SEPTEM-
BER 21, 2006 AT 2:00 P.M.
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS MAY BE
OBTAINED FROM VEOLIA WATER, 340
TRICE LANE, ROOM 201, CRAWFORD-
VILLE, FL 32327, TELEPHONE 850-926-
7616.
THE WAKULLA; COUNTY BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS RESERVES
THE RIGHTTO REJECTANYANDALL BIDS
OR PORTIONS THEREOF.
September, 14, 2006


-Legal Notice


IN THE'CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 06-61-FC
WELLS FARGO BANK. N AS TRUSTEE
FOR OPTION ONE WOODRIDGE LOAN
TRUST 2002. 1 ASSET BACKED CERTIFI-
CATES SERIES 2002-,
Plaintiff, .
vs.

ADRIAN JOHNSON. et al,
Defendants)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN pursuant to a
Final Judgment of Mortgage ForecIosure aCted
August 28. 2006 and entered .n Care No 06-
61 .FC of ne Circull Courn ol ine SECOND Ju
acial Circuit in and lor WAKULLA County.
FI,.rila .h.ri, WELLS FARGO 6A rl rN
AS TRUSTEE FOR OPTION ONE
WOODRIDGE LOAN TRUST 20i-- 2 ASSET
BACKED CERTIFICATES SERIES 20021 is
Ire Plaintl.I and ADRIAN JOHNSON CON-
CEPT HOMES INCA KACOHCEPTHOMES
BUYERS GROUP, INC WAiKULLACOUNTY;
MOTT BUICK COMPANY; are the Defendants.
I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash
at FRONT FOYER OF.THE WAKULLA
COUNTY COURTHOUSEat11:00A.M. on the
5th day of October, 2006, the following de-
scribed property as setforth in said Final Judg-
ment:
COMMENCE AT CONCRETE MONU-
MENT MARKING THE NORTHEAST
CORNER OF LOT 3, BLOCK 27,
WAKULLA GARDENS UNIT THREE,
A SUBDIVISION AS PER MAP OR
PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 2, PAGES 43AND 44 OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA, AND
THENCE RUN NORTH 08 DEGREES
02 MINUTES 30 SECONDS WEST
ALONG THE WESTERLY RIGHT OF
WAY BOUNDARY OF STATE.ROAD
NO. 365 A DISTANCE OF 90.00 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING,
FROM SAID POINT OF BEGINNING
CONTINUE SOUTH 08 DEGREES 02
MINUTES 30 SECONDS WEST
ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY
BOUNDARY OF DAKOTA DRIVE,
THENCE RUN NORTH 18 DEGREES
25 MINUTES 13 SECONDS WEST
ALONG SAID EASTERLY RIGHT OF
WAY BOUNDARY 217.87 FEET,
THENCE RUN SOUTH 81 DEGREES
15 MINUTES 27 SECONDS EAST
97.09 FEET TO THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING.
A/K/A 125 DAKOTA DRIVE, CRAW-
FORDVILLE; FL 32327-3432
Any person claiming an interest in the sur-
plus from the sale, if any, other than the prop-
erty owner as of the date of the Lis Pendens
must file a claim within sixty (60) days after the
sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of this
Court on August 30, 2006.
Brent X. Thurmond
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
-s- Chris Gibson
Deputy Clerk

September 7, 14, 2006


Legal Notice


ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN
THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY,
OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY'OWNER AS
OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST
FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE
SALE.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabili-
ties Act of 1990 (ADA), disabled persons who,
because of their disabilities, need special ac-
commodations to participate in this proceeding
should contact the ADA Coordinator at 3056
Crawfordville Highway, Crawfordville, FL 32327
or Telephone Voice (850) 926-0905 not later
than five business days prior to such proceed-
ing.
Dated this 30th day of August, 2006.
BRENT X. THURMOND
Clerk Of The Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
-s- Chris Gibson
Deputy Clerk

September 7, 14, 2006


Legal Notice


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 2ND
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
WAKULLACOUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 06-48-FC

FLAGSTAR BANK, FSB,
Plaintiff,

vs.
AMY JORDAN A/K/A AMIE JORDAN; DALE
JORDAN; JOHN DOE; JANE DOE AS UN-
KNOWN TENANTS) IN POSSESSION OF
tHE SUBJECT PROPERTY,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated the 28th
day of August, 2006, and entered in Case No.
06-48-FC, of the Circuit Court of the 2ND Judi-
cial Circuit in and for Wakulla County, Florida,
wherein FLAGSTAR BANK, FSB is the Plaintiff
and AMY JORDAN A/K/A AMIE JORDAN;
DALE JORDAN; JOHN DOE AS UNKNOWN
TENANTS) IN POSSESSION OF.THE SUB-
JECT PROPERTY are defendants. I will sell to
the highest and best bidder for cash at the
FRONT DOOR OF COURTHOUSE at the
Wakulla County Courthouse in CRAWFORD-
VILLE, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the 5th day of
October, 2006 the following described property
as set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit:
Lot 61 and also the South 30 feet of
SLot 1 and Lot 2 and also me Soulh 30
feel on the East 10 ledl of LoI 5 ana
also Ira East 10 leel 01 LOI 6. Block
52. Wakulla Gardens UnI Fvea as re-
corded 'n Plal BooK 1, page 56 ofl ne
Public Records of Wakulla County,
Flornda and be.ng more particularly
descnDed as lolIo*a

Commence at' a pinched iron pipe
marking Ine Norlnnesi corner of Block
52 ol WaKulia Gardens Unit Fiva as
recorded in Plat Book I. page 56 of
:ne Publc Records ol WaKulia Counry.
lor.da and Inence run South 18 ae-
grees 36 m.nules 00 .econas Ea.l
along the Easlerly right-oT-vay oounr.
ary ol Beeler Roaa 16591 leel 10 an
iron rod rrik..nag the Nonrinwesl corner
o1 L..j 6 on 6a..a BicK 52t In, .r in c ouir.
18 degrees 23 -minutes 42 seconds
East 50.20 feet to an iron rod and cap
(LS 4664) marking the Southwest cor-.
ner of said Lot 6; thence North 71 de-
grees 46 minutes 38 seconds! East
89.93 feet along the South boundary
of said Lot'6'to an iron rod and cap (LB
7017) marking the POINT QF BEGIN-
NING. From said POINT OF BEGIN-
NING contiriue .North 71 degrees 46
minutes 38 seconds East 10.00 feet to
an iron rod and cap (LS 4664) marking
the Southeast corner of said.Lot 6 and
also the Southwest.corner of Lot 61 of
said Block 52; thence North 71 degrees
46 minutes 04 seconds East 100.05
feet to an iron rod and cap (LS 4664)
',marking the Southeast comer of said
Lot 61 and the Westerly right-of-way
boundary of J.R. Milton Road; then
North .18 degrees 33 minutes 38 sec-
onds West 49.91 feet along said right-
of-way boundary to an iron rod and cap
(LS 4664); thence North 18 degrees
38 minutes 36 seconds West30.00 feet
to an iron rod and cap (LB 7017);
thence leaving said right-of-way bound-'
ary South 72 degrees 09 minutes 02
seconds West 109.69 feet to an iron
rod and cap (LB 7017); thence' South
18 degrees 19 minutes 48 seconds
East 80.65 feet to the POINT OF BE-
GINNING containing 0.20 acres more
or less.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN
THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY,.
OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNERS
OF THE DATE OF THE'LIS PENDENS MUST'
FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYSAFTER THE
SALE.
In accordance with theAmericans with Disabili-
ties Act of 1990 (ADA), disabled persons who,
because of their disabilities, need special ac-
commodations to participate in this proceeding
should contact the ADA Coordinator at 3056
Crawfordville Highway, Crawfordville, FL 32327
or Telephone Voice (850) 926-0905 not later.
than five business days prior to such proceed-
ing.
Dated this 30th day of August, 2006.
BRENT X. THURMOND
Clerk of Circuit Court
-s- Chris Gibson
Deputy Clerk
September 7, 14, 2006


Legal Notice


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR WAKULLACOUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 2006-258-CA

Kenneth W. Tyre, Sr.
Plaintiff
vs.


You are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, on Doris I. Sanders,
Plaintiff's Attorney, whose address is 2181
Crawfordville Hwy., Crawfordville, Florida
32327, on or before October 7, 2006, and to
file the original with the clerk of the above
named court at 3056 Crawfordville Hwy. in
Crawfordville, Florida either before service on
this attorney or immediately thereafter; other-
wise a default may be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint.
Dated this 1st day of September, 2006.
BRENT X. THURMOND
As Clerk of Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
-s- Chris Gibson
As Deputy Clerk
September 7, 14, 21,28, 2006


Legal Notice


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 06-142-CA

ROBERT W. TIMMONS,
Plaintiff,'
vs.
LINDA GAIL BAKER; ROOSEVELT TRIPLET,
Deceased; THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVI-
SEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, OR OTHER PER-
SONS CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST ROOSEVELT TRIPLETT; HAL-
LOWED BE THY NAME CHURCH OF GOD,
INC., a Florida non-profit corporation; EDDIE
HOWARD, Deceased; THE UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGN-
EES, LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES,
OR OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST EDDIE
HOWARD; ANN MCMILLIAN a/k/a DR. ANN
MCMILLIAN; ISAIAH TRIPLETT;'SANDRA
MILLS; THE BANK OF NEW YORK; and ALL
UNKNOWN PERSONS CLAIMING TO HAVE
ANY RIGHT, TITLE, OR INTEREST IN THE
PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN THE COM-
PLAINT, IF ALIVE, AND IF DEAD, OR NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE, THEIR UN-
KNOWN SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISSEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDI-
TORS, TRUSTEES OR OTHER PERSONS
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST THE UNKNOWN PERSONS;
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDI-
TORS, TRUSTEES, OR OTHER PERSONS
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST ROOSEVELT TRIPLETT; THE UN-
KNOWN.HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDITORS,
TRUSTEES, OR OTHER PERSONS CLAIM-
ING BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST
EDDIE HOWARD; ISAIAH TRIPLETT; and ALL
UNKNOWN PERSONS CLAIMING TO HAVE
ANY RIGHT, TITLE. OR INTEREST IN THE
PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN THE COM-
'PLAINT. IF ALIVE. AND IF DEAD, OR NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE.THEIR UN-
KNOWNI SPOUSES. 1EIRS. DEVISEES.
GRANTEES.ASSIGNEES LIENORSCREDI-
TORS TRUSTEES OR OTHER PERSONS
CLAIMING BY. THROUGH. UNDER OR
AGAINST THE UNKNOWN PERSONS
YOU .RE NOTIFIED hatl an action to quiet
wli on Ome lollowinrg properry in Wakulla County
Fi"jr.ra

Commence at a.concrete monument
marking the Southeast corner of the
Southwest Quarter of'Lot 5 of the.
Hartsfield Survey of Lands in Wakulla
County,Florida, and thence run'South
72 degrees 30 minutes 00 seconds
West 1110.00 feet, thence run North
17 degrees 30 minutes 00 seconds i
West 350.00 feetto a re-rodthence run
North 72 degrees 30 minutes 00 seo-
onds East 135.04 feet to a re-rod,
thence run North 15 degrees 09 min-
utes 20 seconds West 169.98 feet,
thence run North 75 degrees 11 min-
utes 43 seconds East 152.51 feet,
thence run North 15 degrees 09 min-
utes 20 seconds West 208.71 feet to
the PI NT OF BEGINNING. From said
POINT OF BEGINNING thence run
North 75 degrees 11 minutes 43 sec-
onds East 344.47 feet to a re-rod on
the Southwesterly right-of-way bound-
ary of Triplett Road, thence run North
50 degrees 10 minutes 23 seconds
West along said right-of-way boundary
258.97 feet, thence run South 74 de-
grees 48 minutes 13 seconds West
275.01 feet to a concrete monument,
thence run South 15 degrees 09 min-
utes 20 seconds East 209.30 feet to a
concrete monument, thence run North
75 degrees 11 minutes 43 seconds
East 79.15 feet tq the POINT OF BE-
GINNING containing 1.68 acres, more
or less .
has been filed against you and you are required
to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any,
to it on GARVIN B. BOWEN, the Plaintiffs at-I
tomey, Whose address is Gardner, Wadsworth,
Duggar, Bist& Wiener, P.A., 1300Thomaswood
Drive, Tallahassee, Florida 32308, within 30
days of first publication, and file the original with
the clerk of court either before service on the
plaintiff's attorney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the complaint or pe-
tition.
DATED: August 23, 2006.

Clerk of Circuit Court
Wakulla County, Florida
-s- Chris Gibson
Deputy Clerk
September 7, 14, 21, 28, 2006





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S Moved by Grey, seconded by Cook to ap-
Legal NoticeT prove the Curriculum Revision on Elementary
Legal Notice Science. .
SVoting for the motion: Cook, Evans, Gray,
Scott and Thomas..
Moved by Evans, seconded by Scott to
MINUTES OF THE WAKULLA COUNTY approve the District Volunteer Handbook.
SCHOOL BOARD MEETING HELD ON Voting for the'motion: Cook, Evans, Gray,
AUGUST 21, 2006 Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Cook, seconded by Gray to ap-
Superintendent Miller, Chairman Thomas prove revision to the 2006-2007 Wakulla Code
and the School Board recognized the following of Student Conduct and Attendance Policies for
Teacher of Month for August Joyce Coke from Wakulla High School.
Wakulle Educational Center and Sherri Evans Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans, Gray,
from Wakulla High School. Both employees Scott and Thomas.
were congratulated and presented with a plaque Moved by Scott, seconded by Evans to
by Chairman Thomas. Beth Mims gave a approve the 2006-2007 Cooperative Agree-
SACS/CASI update. ment between the North Florida Child Devel-
Thomas called the meeting to order, the opment Inc., and the Wakulla County School
Pledge of Allegiance was recited and a prayer District.
was given by Evans. All Board Members and Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans, Gray,
Superintendent Miller were present. Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Cook, seconded by Evans to Moved by Gray, seconded by Cook to ap-
approve the agenda. prove the 2006-2007 Administrative Supervi-
Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans, Gray, sory and Non-Instructional Salary Schedules.
Scott and Thomas. Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans, Gray,
Moved by Evans, seconded by Gray to Scott and Thomas. '
approve the following consent items: Moved by Evans, seconded by Scott to
1. Approved Minutes of the Meeting held approve the Land Use Agreement. (See
on July 17 and 31, 2006. Supplemental File #16)
2. Approved the following Employment of Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans, Gray,
Personnel: Scott and Thomas.
New Hires: Moved by Cook, seconded by Evans to
Name: Allen, Karan; Program/Center: Food adjourn.
Service; Position: PT Food Service Worker; Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans, Gray,-
Term of Service: 2006-2007; Allen, Natacha; Scott and Thomas.
Food Service; PT Food Service Worker; 2006- September 7, 2006
2007; Anderson, Janet; Transportation; Bus
Driver; 2006-2007; Ashman, Sarah; WMS; Say You Saw It in The News
Teacher; 2006-2007; Barwick-Bennett, Eliza-
beth; WHS; Pare-Professional; 2006-2007;
Brand, Allison; CES; Para-Professional; 2006- Se ies
2007; Colvln, Donna; WMS; Para-Professional; cV es. I
2006-2007; DeNicola, JoAnna; CES; Para-Pro-
fessional; 2006-2007; Elliott, Alice; Food Ser-
vice; Food Service Worker; 2006-2007; Enos,
Amanda; Transportation; Bus Driver; 2006-
2006-2007; Harden, Anne; MES; Teacher; Residential
2006-2007; Hernandez. Joanne; Pre-K Pro-
gram; Para-Professional; Hipps, Jay; WHS; e &
Teacher; 2006-2007; Loney, D. Frank; Mainte-
nance & Facilities; Custodian; 2006-2007; Commercial
Marques, Sarah; WMS; Teacher; 2006-2007; Licensed
Midkiff, Ronda; Food Service; Food Service
Worker; 2006-2007; Miller, Nanna; District ESE; Insured
Speech Para-Pro; 2006-2007; Murphy, Tina; a t rF7 Reliable
Food Service; Food Service Worker; 2006-
2007; Norris, Shawna; WHS; Para-Profes- Re- N ', "Metal Patch
slonal; O'Cain, Carol; Pre-K Program; Teacher; Re- New Patch
2006-2007; Phillips, Waltraud; Food Service;
Part-time Food Service Worker; 2006-2007; MOurice Herndon
Porter, Amanda; Food Service; Food Service; Over 20 Vears Experience
2006-2007; Rios-Rosier, Melissa; WMS;
Teacher; 2006-2007; Roberts, Jessica; Trans- (850) 962-2437
portation; Bus Driver; 2006-2007; Rogers, o 5 5 -48
Russell;' Food Service; Food Service Worker; or (850) 528-3487
2006-2007; Rohe, Christine; CES; Para-Profes- ic. #RC0066773
sional; 2006-2007; Tillman, Dosha; SES; Para-
Professional; 2006-2007; Vigil, Jennifer; Food TIM HOUCK'S
Service; Part-time Food Service Worker; 2006- HO E
2007; Vuoso, Susie;' Food Service; Part-time HOME IMPROVEMENTS
Food Service Worker; 2006-2007; Willis, Interior and Exterior Remodeling
Amanda, Food Service; Part-time Food Service Barns. Decks, Pergola
Worker; 2006-2007.
RescindAppointment FormApproved atthe 30 years experience.
July 17, 2006 board meeting: Lic. #3538
Name: Johnson, Adrian; Progiram/Center:
SES; Position: Para-Professional; Term of Ser- (850) 926-2027 or cell 570-0480 BF
vice: 2006-2007.
Employee Transfers: PAINTING
Name: Baker, Patricia; Program from: Food Interior/Exterior
Service; Program to: Food Service; Position
from: Food Service Worker; Position to: Food Residential/Commercial
Service Manager; Term of Service: 2006-2007; Pressure Washing
Duggar, Jeffrey; WHS; 2nd Chance; Teacher;
Teacher; 2006-2007; Johns, Wendyi Food Ser- Billy Roddenberry
vice; Food Service; PT Food Service Worker; 962-4271 BF
FT Food Service Worker; 2006-2007; Landrum,
Stacle; WHS; WHS; Pare-Professional; Secre- BACKHOE AND TRACTOR WORK
tary; 2006-2007; Ricketts, Juanita; Food Ser- Big or Sihall Free Estimates
vice; Fdod Service; PT Food SerVice.Worker; :
FT Foi-,d S er.;; ,:iWo.k.rai. ,o u~ 00- 11,o .30 ,rar ,G,'tperi--.Cy.c .,,
(::lher errsonnel i.nclua.ng OPS. Tempo. 'Richard Miller; 926-2900or'
r ry & Currcnt Empioy'e.s rmiie, to a aecon.3 933-1118. B' '
position: '' 9 F
Name: Barksdale, Teri; Program/Center:
Transportation; Position: PT Other (2nd job); i
Term of Service: 2006-2007; Bryan, Carmaletta; H e
Transportation; PT Other (2nd job); 2006-2007;
Clemmons, Brenda; District Office; PT Other '
(2nd job); 2006-2007; Dyke, Marcilla; Transpor-
tation; PT Other (2nd job); 2006-2007; Franklin,' t l H arljting&Air
Heidi; Adult Ed; PT Adult Ed Instructor; 08/14/
06-12/22/06; Franks, Don: Adult Ed; PT Adult l In Cat iep1 ir
Ed Instructor; 808/08/06-12/22/06; Gavin,
Sandra; Maintenance & Facilities; Custodian; 1r
08/21/06-no more than 6 months; Harrell,
Suzanne; Adult Ed; Actiyity Leader; 08/08/06- in
12/22/06; Harvey, Allen Sr.; Adult Ed; PT Adult
Ed Instructor; 08/08/06-12/22/06; Harvey Allen
Jr.; Adult Ed;PT Adult Ed Instructor; 08/08/06- Carper O pe &
12/22/q6; Holt, Joan; Adult Ed; PT Adult Ed
Instructor; 08/08/06-12/22/06; Howard, Moses;te-9-i /
Transportation; PT Other (2nd job); 2006-2007;
Keith, Kristi; WHS Teacher (temp), 08/08/06-
12/22/06; Kuehn, Linda; Adult Ed; PT Adult Ed
Instructor: 08/08/06-12/22/06; Marshall,. S
Charles. Adull Ed PT A.ult Ed Ir.:'.lr Cc.r. v8('5 I'
080612,2206 la .taro L.au3 A. uIt Eo PT AL.PRO FENCE
Adrlll Ed insloucoi PT th ; 0i6I -- 2. M,r,,re '
Judy Aoult EG PT .ull Ed 1l -ruclor 06 Residential-Commercial
06-12/22/06; Nelson, Simeon; Adult Ed; Activ- Fencing. 519-1416. BF
ity Leader; 08/08/06-12/22/06; O'Donnell,
Gloria; Adult Ed; PT Adult Ed Instructor; 08/14/ KOLAH
06-12/22/06; Pearson, F. Anita; Adult Ed; Ac- Lawn Care Service
tivity Leader; 08/08/06-12/22/06; Price, Olive;
Adult Ed; PT Adult Ed Ihstructor; 08/08/06-12/ 519-6445 BF
2206; Roddenberry, Yvette; CES; Teacher BACK FORTY TRACTOR SERVICE
(tamp); 08/08106-09/15/06' Saber, Megan; Dis- .I
trict ESE; OPS Office Assistant; 2006-2007; Bushhogging, Boxblading Driveway.
Smith, Pamela; Adult Ed; PT Adult Ed instruc- Larry Carter Owner/Operator. 850-925-
tor; 08/14/06-12/22/06; Solburg, Aine; Adult
Ed; Activity Leader; 08/08/06-12/22/06; 7931, 850-694-7041. Licensed/
Wisham, Sharon; Transportation; PT Other(2nd Insured. BF.
job); 2006-2007.
Summer Employment: BUSHOG
Name: Barksdale, Ter; Program/Center: Food Plots, Tractor Work, etc.
Transportation; Position: PT Other;.Term of John 528-2933.P24,31,7,14
Service: 08/07/06-08/11/06; Chancy, Sunny;
WHS; Teacher; 07/20/06-0/04/06 (Not to EXCAVATO WORK WANTED 519-
24/06-05/31/06 (Not,to exced 40 hrs); Dyke, 3965, 567-1052. P24,31
Marcilla; Transportation; PT Other; 08/07/06-
08/11/06; Godbolt, Nicholas; RMS; Custodian; Got Junk? Can't move it yourself? Call
08/01/06-08/1'1/0 ; Jones, John;, WHS S & W Haulingl Free Quotes. 421-6097
Teacher; 07/01/06-07/31/06 Jones, Sarabeth ,or 421 4. ite to site, ite to dum
WHS; Teacher; 07/01/06-08/04/06 (Not to ex-' 1 V r 2 s o ..e i ,, t t -d&,
ceed20 hrs) Nelson, Smeon; WHS; Dean; 06/ and light tractor work, bushhog, box
01/06-08/07/06 (5 days, 8 hrs per day); Smith, blade, etc. P31,7
Michael; WHS; Dean; 08/01/06~08/07/06 (5
days, 8 hrs per day).
Supplemental Positions for 2006-2007:
Name: Heydenreich, Victoria; Program/
Center: CES; Position: Volunteer Coordinator;
TermofService: 2006-2007. La
3. Approve the Disposal of Equipment. (See
Supplemental-File #16) Law n &
4. Approved Illness in the Line of Duty. See Tr
Supplemental File #16)
5. Approved the following requests for Tr
Leave of Absence: D
ShonjaMetcalf/effective 11/06/06-01/26/07 Service
Joanna Coivin/effective the first semester
of the 2006-2007 school year
Carolyn 'Maiwald/effective from August 8, 9265759
2006 for approximately six weeks.
6, Approved the following Letters of Resig- 528-3478
Sonia C. Rosier/effective July 26,2006 r I
Pat Alexander/effective July 31, 2006 1
Peggy Barnidge/effectve July 12, 200660 F .-
Leilania Nichols/ effective the 2006-2007 ...... .
school year
Steven I. Porter/effective July 12, 2006. Sue's Small Steps
7. Approved the following Letters ofRetire- Fultime openings and before & after
ment: 'o eon Co Eas Ga
Helen Ward/effective September 1, 2006 school openings in my registered &
and enter'DROP
Robert Greener/effective March 31, 2006, insured home child day care. Ages 1
and leave DROP, year and up. Located near Wal-Mart.
Shirley Cox/effective July 16, 2006 and Over 25 years of loving child care
8. Approve Warrants #54753-55009 for experience. Call Sue at 926-9225. P31,7
payment.
Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans, Gray, DIRT DELIVERED
Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Cook, seconded by Evans to FILL DIRT, TOP SOIL, ROAD BASE,
approve Ratification of the 2006-2007 Master CRUSHED SHELL, ROCK, LOADER
Teacher Contract. MH
Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans, Gray, AND GRADING SERVICE. 850-984-
Scott and Thomas. 5474 PT10/26
Moved by Scott, seconded by Gray to ap-
prove the 2006-2007 Individual School Tech- Tractor Work-Bushhog, lawn,'
nology Plans and District Plan.
'Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans, Gray, driveway grading and dirt roads, post
Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Gray, seconded by Scott to ap- holes, tree trimming and removal,
prove the 2005-2006 Equity Report. gardens, harrow and plow. 545-8921.
Voting for the'motion: Cook, Evans, Gray, BF


Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Cook, seconded by Evans to ROOSTERS
approve District Participation in the Panhandle
Management Development Network. Thrift Store and Antiques
Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans, Gray, Open Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Evans, seconded by Scott to 10 a.m.-4 p.m. 3 miles north of
approve the Middle School Math Cirriculum. Crawfordville Corner Hwy. 319/
Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans, Gray, Whiddon Lake Rd.
Scott and Thomas.
926-2580. B1


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STUMP GRINDING
Quick Service
Cellular: 509-8530 F
AAA CONSTANT COMFORT'
Air cond. and heating, service and
installation. Free quotes on new
equipment. Trane dealer. We fix all
brands and mobile homes. 926-8999.
RA006672. F
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Foundations, slabs, driveways, etc.
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We stock water pumps, electric motors
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repair services. 962-3051. F
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850-962-2550
Open Wed. Fri. 1 6 p.m
Saturday 10 a.m. 6 p.m.
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Commercial, residential ana mobile
homes. Repair, sales, service,
installation. All makes and models. Lic.
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Free Estimates
Licensed John Farrell
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421-7464 or Cell 508-5378 BF
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Residential, Commercial
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Our products are
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And inspected by Underwriters
Laboratories. All materials fabri-
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Full Service Sheet Metal Shop
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850-575-1168
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Residential/Commercial, New Con-
struction. Remodeling. Soft Wash/
Pressure Wash. Licensed and Insured.
Free Estimates. Worker's Comp.
Certified. (850) 519-0416. BF
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Piano*Voice*Guiar.Strings, etc.
926-7627 F
ANYTIME ELECTRIC
Specializing in repair and service,
residential and commercial, homes and
mobile homes. 24-hour service. Mark
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MUNGE'S TREE SERVICE
Professional Work-Affordable Rates-.
Tree Removal & Trimming
Firewood & Stump Grinding
Fully Insured, 421-8104 F


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Maintenance & Service
Gary Limbaugh, 926-5592
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North Pointe Center


TALLAHASSEE
COMMUNITY
COLL EE
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ProfessionaflR
Help Wanted
CUSTODIAL ,
SUPERINTENDENT
CS5CSP01
$26,802 $31,090 annually
Custodial Services
Closing 9/11/06 at 5 pm

DISTRIBUTED
COMPUTER SYSTEMS
TECHNICIAN
CS6DCTO8
$35,917 $41,664 annually
Information Technology
Closing 9/18/06 at 5 pm

The following vacancies are
fiscal year contracted

COORDINATOR,
TALENT SEARCH PROJECT
GR000555
$42,000 annually
Talent Search Project
Closing 9/18/06 at 5 pm

EDUCATOR COUNSELOR
GR000556
$33,000 'annually
Talent Search Project
Closing 9/18/06 at 5 pm

PROGRAM SPECIALIST
GR000557 & GR000558
(30 hours, a week)
$22,000 annually
Talent Search Project
Closing 9/18/06 at 5 pm

STAFF ASSISTANT I
GR000559
(20 hours a week)
$10,500 annually
Talent Search Project
Closing 9/18/06 at 5 pm

(Re-advertisement)
FISCAL ANALYST
GR000494
$40,000 $60,000 annually
DOH/Support Services Section
Closing 9/11/06 at 5 pm
i -. TRANSITION
COORDINATOR
GR000550
$33,824 annually
Tallahassee/Pensacola
Service Area
DOC/Transition Services
Closing 9/11/06 at 5 pm

TRANSITION
COORDINATOR
GR000551
$33,824 annually
Tallahassee/Gainesville
Service Area
DOC/Transition Services
Closing 9/11/06 at 5 pm ,

TRANSITION
COORDINATOR
GR000552
$33,824 annually
Orlando Service Area
DOC/Transition Services
Closing 9/11/06 at 5 pm

TRANSITION
COORDINATOR.
GR000553 ts
$33,824 annually"
Tampa Service Areaws
DOC/Transition Services
Closing 9/11/06 at 5 pm

TRANSITION
COORDINATOR SN
GR000554
$33,824 annually
Ft. Lauderdale/Miami
Service Area ,
DOC/Transition Services
Closing 9/11/06 at 5 pm

ADMINISTRATIVE
ASSISTANT II
GR000548
$25,000 $30,000 annually
DOH/Institute of Research
Infrastructure
Closing 9/13/06 at 5 pm

COORDINATOR,
RESEARCH PROGRAMS/
SERVICES
GR000565
$40,000 $50,000
DOH/Staffing Services
Closing 9/18/06 at 5 pm

OPS
CORPORATE TRAINER
Less than full-time
$20-$50 per hour
EWD/Corporate Solutions
Open until filled

Visit the College's website at
www.tcc.fl.edu for position
details, employment applica-
tion, and application process.
For ApA accommodations
notify Human Resources; (850)
201-8510, fax 201-8489, TDD
201-8491 or FL Relay 711.
Submit mandatory Tallahassee
Community College employment
application to Human Resources
TCC, 444 Appleyard Dr., Talla-
.hassee, FL 32304-2895; or email
humres@tcc.fl.edu.
Human Resources hours
8A.M. 5 P.M., Mon Fri.
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Wakulla County Board of
Commissioners is seeking a GIS
Specialist.

Reports to: Community Development
Director

GENERAL STATEMENT. OF DUTIES:
SThis position is responsible for
development, implementation and
maintenance of the Geographic
Information System (GIS) to support
the Community Development
Department and the Office of E-911.
Working experience with ESRI GIS
Software. Fundamental knowledge and
skill in the operation of GIS equipment,
including computer hardware & plotter/
printer setup. Must maintain, update
and develop digital and hard copies of
maps for Wakulla County. Establishes
and maintains effective working
relationships .with employees,
associates, government officials and
the general public. Perform related
duties and responsibilities as required.

EDUCATION, TRAINING AND
EXPERIENCE: BS degree in related
field preferred, associate degree and/
or documented completion of advance
technical training. in Geographic
Information Systems (GIS) required.
Proof of work: experience/skill in
database management orcomputer
graphics. Ability to read engineered
drawings, land surveys, maps, etc.
Must be computer literate, i.e.,
Windows, MS Word, Excel and
Wordperfect. Must possess and
maintain a valid Florida Drivers
'License. .

APPLICATION DEADLINE: The
closing date is noon on Friday,
September 15, 2006. To obtain an
Application contact Wakulla County
Commissioners Office. (850) 926-0919,
TDD (850) 926-1201.


BY FLORIDA LAW, ALL APP-
LICATIONS FOR EMPLOYMENT
WITH THE COUNTYARE OPEN FOR
PUBLIC INSPECTION. DRUG


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SCREENING IS REQUIRED, PLUS A
CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK.
VETERAN'S PREFERENCE WILL BE
GIVEN TO QUALIFIED APPLICANTS.
WAKULLA COUNTY IS AN EQUAL
OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE
ACTION EMPLOYER. 31,7
City of St. Marks taking applications for
maintenance personnel. Opening date
Sept. 8-15. Apply at 788 Port Leon
Drive. B7
Need immediately-professional house
painters, individual hourly painter or
subcontractors. Call Billy Roddenberry
962-4271 or 228-5552. BF
Experienced Short Order Cook and
Prep needed as soon as possible.
Need experienced bartender for new
bar set-up. Apply in person, Riverside
Cafe in St. Marks or Riverside by the
Bay in Shell Point. 925-5668 or 926-
4499.
BF

Lighthouse Lady Cleaning hiring
fulltime day cleaning personnel. Must
have experience, transportation and
must pass a background check.
Serious inquiries only. Call 509-0623.BF
Fulltime Dock Manager needed for
Freedom Boat Club. Boating
experience necessary. 850-984-4704.
P31,7
Conners Painting, LLC. Painters,
Painters helpers needed immediately.
210-9751.' : P7
FULLTIME CARPENTERS NEEDED.
CALL 228-2126. P7
DAZZLES HAIR STUDIO is ndw hiring
for stylists, nail specialist, and,
assistants. Please call 850-926-6772
to inquire. P7
Immediate opening for Lot
maintenance/mechanic helper. Must
have a.valid driver's license and
dependable transportation. Duties
include but are not limited to: shop/lot
cleanup, washing/detailing vehicles,
mowing grass, light mechanical work,
etc. Call 'Ray at Rascal Auto Sales
(850) 926-6222. P7,14
Experienced garage door installer
needed immediately, Call Hannah's
Garage Door Co. at 421-0106:
S31,7,14,21







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Help Wanted [


WAKULLA COUNTY SCHOOL
BOARD VACANCIES: Wakulla County
School Board is accepting applications
for instructional and non-instructional
positions for the 2006-07 school year.
Interested individuals please call the
job line at 926-0098 to hear.a recorded
message regarding all vacancies OR
visit the WCSB web site: www.firn.edu/
schools/wakulla/wakulla to view all
vacancies and download an
application. BF


Hookwreck Henry's-needs ex-
perienped daytime dishwasher and
fulltime experienced oyster shucker.:
Must be dependable. Flexible hours.
Contact Mary at 984-5544. BF


SNeed 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. and 4:30-p.m. B7,14

'For Sale

BED-Brand New Queen Orthopedic
Pillow-Top 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. Sug. List $1250, Sell.$475.
850-545-7112. BF
MATTRESS- King Size Orthopedic 3
pc. Set. New, unopened w/ warranty.
Sacrifice $295. 850-222-2113. BF
HABITAT RE-STORE
Abundance of bedding, sleeper sofas,
computers, inlerior/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.
BF.
GREEN PEANUTS, PEAS AND
OKRA. RAKERS FARM. 926-7561 BF


1989 Volvo 760, new Turbo, white
stationwagon, new struts. A/C, tinted,
power windows, anti-lock brakes,
excellent condition. $2,800.562-6489.
P7
Household Items: Much Fumiture &
Miscellaneous. until sold-call
anytime. 926-7807 B7
1978 Ford F 150, long wheel base, new
tires & rims. Nice truck-runs good.
$4,800. 962-5209 or 528-3624. P31.7
Craftsman lawn tractor, 25 hp Kohler
motor, 48" cut, 2 yrs. old. $2,890 new,
asking $1,700 includes lawn wagon.
926-9597. P7
2005 Tow Dolly, Asking $700. Only
used 3 or 4 limes. Straps, safety chains
& title included. 926-7173. PZ


Coastal Consignment
Furniture
Looki ng for Furniture!
New Gently Used
Find It- Sell It'
2481 Cra% ford% ille Hwy.
926-8765

I Personal/Wanted 1


Roommate. wanted. Small furnished
bedroom for rent to Share w/2 ladies in
Sopchoppy. $200/mo. plus 1/3 utilities.
Call Barbara 519-8305 between 6 p.m.
and 9 p.m. P31.7

Miscellaneous

This is the list for the shelter animals
Sup for adoption.

- DOGS:
* Lab mixes
* Cocker Spaniel, female, blonde,
young
- German Shepherd, male
* Beagle
* Poodle mix
* Cocker Spaniel mix, black and tan
- Chow mix
o Hound
* Chocolate Lab, older dog
* Bulldog mixes
* Many other nice mixes. Come and
take a look.


* PUPPIES:
* Lab puppy, very cute
*Walker Hound
" Bulldog mixes
Hound mixes
* Heeler mixes
Catahoula mixes
" Chow 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 p.m. Closed
Sun. and Mon. 926-0890.
www.chatofWakulla.ora. P


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Yard Sale


IReal Estate-Rent


Their trash, your treasures at the.Old 2BR/2B fumished home on Alligator
Jail Museum Shop, High Drive, across Point. $1,300/mo. 1 year lease. No
from Old Wooden Courthouse Pets/No Smoking. Ochlockonee Bay
Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. BF Realty: 850-984-0001 obr@obrealty.
_ ,_ ,, ,,, ,,- com www.obrealty.com BF


Rain or nine Yara oale. Items from
new fishing tackle to wedgewood
vases. Firearms to tools Fri. & Sat.
, Sept. 8 & 9. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 1261
Woodville Highway, Wakulla Statioh.P7


Fr. & Sat. Sept. 8 & 9. 7:30 a.m.-untl.
Microwaves,. radios, beds, appliances,
exercise equipment, clothes, misc. 945
Woodville Hwy. B7


Garage Sale
Sat. Sept.9, 9 a.m.-until. Household
items, Movies, CD's, Books,
Clothing-Abercrombie, Hollister,
Aeropostale. 52 HP Tractor w/
S attachments & much more.
52 Aucilla St. PanaCea
984-5662 P7


HUGE Yard Sale
Saturday, September 9
8 a.m. 2 p.m.



Antiques and Uniques
61 Rose Street, Sopchoppy
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4BR/2B duplex in Panacea. $575/mo.
1 year lease. Ochlockonee Bay
Realty: 850-984-0001 obr@obrealty.
con ww.obrealty.com BF


NEED A RENTAL?
Woodbriar at fred George &
Mission
Brand new townhbme, 3BR/3B.
Rent $1,050/mo./$350 individual
lease. Great for students, ,
professionals, & families.
Corey Wood Drive in Wolfe Creek
Newly built townhome, 3BR/3B, 1
car garage. Rent $1,200/mo./$400
individual lease. Washer, dryer,
refrigerator and blinds included.
SAdams Place at 3000 S. Adams
Street
SNew condo for students, 3BR/3B.
Rent $1,290/mo./$430 individual
lease. Includes cable. internet,
washer and dryer. Amenities
include: pool, gym and theater.
Timberlake Home at Apalachee
Pkwy.
Beautiful single family home, 3BR/
2B. Private park, lake across from
house. Gas fireplace, hardwood
floors, porch and deck. Rent $1,250/
mo.
LandLotsArdHomes.com, LLC
(850) 556-6694 (866) 296-6694
M.J. Weltman, MBA, CSA, RMS -
Broker/Owner/Realtor


MobileHome-Rent | Real Estate-Sale
+ + .. "


3BR/2B DWMH, quiet neighborhood.
No pets, $700imo., $700 dep. 510-
8944 or 510-4948. B31,7,14,21


Housing Vouchers
We accept all vouchers
S2/2 @ $615
3/2 @ $715
4/2@$895, $50 dep.
Pool & Youth Activities
Call 575-6571-

IMobile Horiie-Sale

CASHBUYER WANTS MOBILE
HOME
$1,000 TO $10,000
'Low lot rent desired
SCall Bill at 850-445-4848.
P7,14,2i,28

DCO ':.) H4\\E
$1000 IO DO\\ N?
DO YOU HAVE
O.K. CREDIT
S\\OULD 'OU LIKE.
TO O\\N YOUR OWN:
HOME & LAND PACKAGE
: IF SO. C- LL 50o-5-4499-

Real Estate-Rent


3BR'2B like new. 96 Cochise St.
Deposit & references required. No
pets. $900/mo. 926-8795. P7


Townhome for lease.
3 bedrooms, 2 baths
Son glf course. 1 car
garage. Asking $858
0 per month. Please call
SLynn Cole, Coastiie
Realty, Inc. 545-8284 |

Weekly Rentals Available, $175-$200
per week, Panacea Motel, 850-984-
5421. BF
Private Home in St. Marks. Qualified
Applicants only $1.100/mo., 1st and
last. Contact 926-7431. P31.7
Townhouse at Old Courthouse Square
2BR/2.5B w/W/D. Ready NOW $850/
mo. 850-251-5267. P31,7,14,21
Panacea, 133 Levy Bay Rd. 2BR/1B,
newly remodeled, water view. $750
plus utilities and security dep. No pets.
Call 984-9959. P7,14
3BR/2B townhouse in Crawfordville w/
community pool, $895/mo. 1 year
lease. Ochlockonee Bay Realty: 850-
984-0001 obr@obrealty.com www.
Sobrealty.com BF


2BR/2B home on Gertie Brown Rd..
currently on market to be sold. $750/
' mo. 6 month lease. Ochlockonee Bay
Realty.: 850-084-0001 6br@obrealty.
corn www.obrealty.com BF


3BR/2B Ochlockonee Bayfronthome
on River Cove. $1,250/mo. 1 year
lease. Ochlockonee Bay Realty: 850-
984-0001 obr@obrealty.com www.
obrealty.com BF
2BR/2B on alligator Point. $850/mo.
first and last. 1 year lease. Ochlock-
onee Bay Realty: 850-984-0001
obr@obrealty.com www.obrealty.com
BF


SLOTS,LOTS, LOTS
We have coastal oIdts in St Marks,
Carrabelle, Easlpoint &
Steinhatchee, starling at $45K
Neil Ryder Realty, Inc.
656-0006 508-6988.


BF


Need To Sell
Your House?
We bu. houses j nd mobile
homes w/land. See our free
report "Amazing secrets of
selling your house for cash in'
S7da s or less" at
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or call us direct
Brian 509-2267
or Mike 509-8014 f
What an opportunity Large brick
honie wnh fireplace, in ground pool,
workshop, barn & more on nearly 4
acres with Hi- h '319 frontage The
possible. 80b.000
Lana Sell Your ghway
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-on the date of your el
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repairs.
Call me NOW!
Enj 926-2100 nal
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O wwhoresellersepol corn
room, wor wall -all
at:a reduced price 7.500
Panacea Mineral springs Several
lots to choose from in fast-grow\lmg
coastal real $74.900 each.
Play._golf every day!'3BR/2B at
W11.4. od Country Club. $179,000.
P6 a ise Realty, Inc., Lynn Cole, 545-
8284. BF


BedAtiful coastal home with guest
ho51 on 4 lots, lushly landscaped. St.
Mar. 925-0373. eF
'.OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY
Sept. 10 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at 129
Powell Lane. Distinctive custom home
with 5 acres on private culdesac
reduced to $349,000. Ginny Delaney,
Ochlockonee Bay Realty, 566-6271.p7,

CRAWFORDVILLE/
HAMMOCKS SUBDIVISION
Why wait months to build when
this home is ready for you!
For SaleBy Owner'
Brand New 3BR/2BA w/office,
9' ceilings, aulted in living/kitchen.
2 car garage. 1.533 sq. ft. fenced
backyard & screened porch..
Realtors Rewarded
$196,900 591-1668

Comtimercial


GRADE

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

1,074 sq. ft. Retail Store Front for Rent
in Lewiswood Center, Woodville.
Growing area, convenient to Wakulla
and Leon counties. 421-5039. BF
Nad's Enterprises. Mini-Warehouses
6x6 and up. Hwy. 61 across from
cemetery. Anita Townsend. 926-3151
or 926-5419. BF


Commercial


Established Restaurant
Business For Sale
GOODFELLAS $95,500
Are you looking for a
business to own?
This is it! Turnkey .
Restaurant in a prime
location in Crawfordville.
Includes all equipment &
inventory needed to get
you up and running.
Call Land Lots and .
Hones.com, LLC
850-556-6694
Mini-Warehouse Spaces for lease.
8x10 and 10x12 now available. Come
by or call Wakulla Realty, 926-5084.BF
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


For Rent
2,164 South Sopchoppy Hwy.
Formerly Mom's Restaurant)
AVAILABLESPACE
All or part
ofz2,000 sq. ft.
: Will build to suit tenant.)
Call 926-1994

Commerical Rental in Panacea. Large
1,000 sq. ft. block building w/great
storefront on busy Hwy. 98. Just
$1,000/mo. Ochlockonee Bay Realty:
850-984-0001. obr@obrealty.com
www.obrealty com BF




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REALTORS for Real Estate!
This Builder has made character and quality affordable!
Charming 3BR/2BA 1,120
sq. ft. cottagestyle home .
with country white accents
is move in ready! Mainte-
,, """... ,I nance free vinyl siding, car-
pet/vinyl flooring, gleaming
white appliances,.9' ceilings,
3' ADA-accessible doors, ceil-
ing fans, gorgeous kitchen cabinets and countertops,
quaint front porch, 2 car parking pad, patio and privacy
fence. Excellent construction with many upgrades!
Perfectfor the discerning buyer. #154797 $123,900
Call Kai 519-3781 Home beside is,also available.
Wonderful, move in condition
4'BR/2BA 1,152 sq. ft. home
ready for new family.. Remod-
eled bathrooms (master has
jetted tub), new living room
laminate flooring. Includes
Trang and refiigerator...
All this on 1 acre.
#156955 $99,900
Dawn Redd 294-3468 or Joi Hope 210-7300
"This is a great 3BR/2BA
1,552 sq. ft. home on 1-acre
with berber carpet, and all
6 W appliances including washer
and dryer.
6 A#155782 $220,000
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COASTAL LIVING!!
Enjoy life on the coast in
this 2BR/ 1BA 960 sq. ft.
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comes fully furnished from "
the kitchen appliances to ._.
the rugs in the rooms and is
waiting on you to call it home. #156913 $299,500
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U.S. Air Force Technical Sgt.
Christopher E. Mathis recently
received an Air Force Commen-
dation Medal for meritorious
service as a non-commissioned
officer in charge of systems
functions of the 22nd Air Refuel-
ing Wing at McConnell Air Force
Base on Kansas,
Mathis' preparations and
exceptional performance dur-
ing an Operational Readiness
Inspection contributed to the
command post earning an "out-
standing" rating.
While deployed in support of
Operation Enduring Freedom,
he led a five-controller team co-
ordinating the successful evacu-
a 7tion of 15 combat wounded,
Supported 792 combat airlift


44-H Seeks

Volunteer

Leaders
The'Wakulla County 4-H Pro-
gram is recruiting volunteerlead-
ers for the new 4-H year, which
began on Sept. 1. Anyone with
an area of expertise to share
with youths and a few hours to
donate each month can make a
difference ,in the life of a child.
Call the,4-H office at 926-3931 for
More information.
The 4-H program helps youths
"learn by doing" through experi-
ences and provides positive and
supportive relationships to help
youths acquire knowledge. devel-
op life skills and form attitudes
that enable them tobecome self-.
directed contributing members
Sof the community.
Wakulla's 4-H offers a diverse
group of project areas ranging
from aerospace to public speak-
ing to wildlife. Service learning
projects are also a large part-of
,ithe 4-H program.
The 4-H program is the youth
development program of the co-
,operative extension service.


receives

dation
missions and moved eight mil-
lion pounds of cargo and 11,968
personnel in two months.
Mathis was also honored for
his response to the 2001 ter-
rorist attacks, where his rapid
notifications of wing leadership
helped secure the base from
potential harm. His leadership
helped his post win the 2003
and 2004 Air Force "Command
Post of the Year" awards.
Mathis is the son of Vera:
Wirick of Crawfordville and Eric
Mathis of Panama City. He is the
grandson of Etta Mae Pelt and
Fran Mathis, both of Crawford-
ville, and the late Matt Mathis.
He is now stationed in'Hawaii
with his wife Tiffany, and five
children.


Lic. Real Estate Broker
Crawlordville Hwy
(850)926-7043
HARVEY MILL ROAD 2 Wooded 5 Acre
Tracts, great homC:irr, paved road frontage'
As.ing t175.000 ac r
SMITH CREEK-SOPCHOPPY 47.60
Wooded acres convenient to the Apalachicola
National Forest and Ochlockonee River.
Willdivide into two 23.80 Acre tracts.
Priced to sell at $5,000/acre
SOPCHOPPY Walking distance tothe
Sp.:noppv River in on area of homes with
acreage. 3 BR_2BA mobile home with 1,990
heated SF &.many extras. Front and rear
large porches, barn and pole barn-with
worrkshop and iocaled on 9 Acres MOL
$246 000
BOB MILLER ROAD Pnllli/ cleared
13 32 Acres in ronh Wa'kulla Counry
Ready for your Cu lom name,
BriNG OFFERS Akinn 5.;220.000
SOUTH LEON Cypress Lake Unrecprded
T*o .:,Ider rmonae no:,mes sluated orn2 08
3crei wr, i. eall rd ippir ic o warrant.
'AS IS'cncl'ndi.j All I:r 5.39,500
ALLIGATOR POINT Large 101 localed
before the oldKOA Campground
with bay view.. Asking $200,000
Say You Saw It
In The News.

Real EtaeTps
SBy Susai


"SHIPAHOY!"
1'n, n.gtrring a nnrnlpr nf nauest


Tr'ans ortain tions regarding the SHIP (State
"Transportation Housing Initiatives Partnership)
pr.gram. so here's some, eich-,
Board-To Meet lights. This program is for hrst-
time home buyers', which means
The Wakula County Trans- you have not purchased a home *
portationDisadvantaged Coordi- in the last three years. Mobile
nating Board will hold a public home ownership is not consid-
meeting Tuesday, Sept. 12. at 10 ered owning a home for SHIP
a.m. at the Wakulla County Pub- purposes. SHIP is also based oh
lic Library. 4330 Crawfordville income eligibility meaning very'
Highway in Medart. low to moderate income, linked
The agenda will include te to family size.


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annual operating report, the
annual budget estimates, actual
expenditure reports and a staff
report.
The program is offered
Through the Apalachee Regional
Planning Council. For more in-


Susan
Council

A iLASJ


Formation. call Vanita Anderson
Government assistance is ex-
at (850) 674-4571 or e-mail her at cluded from income calculations.
arpc3rgtcom.net. The program can provide up to
$15,000 in down payment and/or
SFormer Resident closing costs assistance. M&axi-
rmum purchase price is $189,000.
To Perform Show You must 'obtain your loan for
your mortgage 'from' another
SFormer Wakulla County resi- source. There is no repayment
dent Nicole Zanco Rapisardi. required if yolu maintain and
21, of Panama City will sing at live in your home for t least five
the Riverfront Saloon in Tal-:acaly, he loan depreciates
lahassee on Friday. Sept; 8, as at 200per ear, so, for example,
part of the WTNT radio-Colgate if you sell after two \years you'll
Showdown. be required to repa\ 60o of the
Rapisardi is also kn6wn as original assistance.' ,
"Baby Girl" and is the daughter Call ,me for additional infor-
of Walter and Robin Zanco of mation or contact Vicky Smith at
Crawfordville and Kimberly Page \'akulla County Housing, (850)
of Fountain. A Wakulla High 96-9. lou must c ete
an application package and if you
School graduate as Nicole Zanco, are deemed eligible, you have
she will sing country music at 120 days to close on your home.
the saloon. Good luck and masbe this is the
The local finals will be held' year your "SHIP" will come in!
at Riverfront on Friday, Sept. 29. Susan Council
Singers will have the chance to ) 2
advance to a state competition (850)251-4468
in Jacksonville. Broker Associate, RE/MAX Professionals
,' '. \- i.iU-iriC"nL' ri>:d iio-m


Christopher E. Mathis Receives Medal-

chlocknee ay
Ochlockonee Bay


Residents and ,i munit) swrmminng
visitors of Wakulla pool with a picnic
Count); over the area. e What are
past few months I a your ideas? I re-
have talked to some alls wouldd like
of \ou to see what to know Send me
"famiul onented" or other type of sour thoughts on what you \anr
businesses you would d like to see here. I am open to your sugges-
come to Wakulla County. I have lions. Mail me at: Cher I Sv ift. c'o
gotten feedback on suggestions Ochlockonee Bay Realty. P.O. Box
such as a movie theater, bowling 556. Panacea. FL 32346 1 look for-
alley. Pubhx. Lome's. and a com- ward to hearing from you


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Alice Ann Swartz Broker/Assoc. 559-8979
Jacque Eubanks Realtor 228-3218
Glenn Eubanks Realtor 228-3217
Katie Miller- Realtor 349-2380
Donald R. Smith Realtor 984-5477
Alicia Crum Realtor 984-0292
Merle Robb Realtor 508-5524
Tom Maddi Realtor 591-8415
Sandra Maddi 591-8442
Jodi Revell Vacation Rental Mgr. 984-0171
Call us for your Long Term and Vacation Rentals!
3BR/2BA home on Lucy. $825 Mo.
2BR/2.5BA Condo. $850 Mo.
2BR/2BA Bayfront on Alligator Point w/utilities. $1,400 Mo.
2BR/2BA mobile home on Lucy. $550 Mo.
2BR/1 BA Surf Road, animal friendly. $850 Mo.
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Page 22-THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Sept. 7, 2006


Get Prepared


For Coastal


Cleanup Fun


By MARJ LAW
Of Keep Wakulla County Beautiful
Is your child going to the
Coastal CleanUp with a scout or
church group? Is your child fully
prepared? The Coastal CleanUp
is coming up on Sat., Sept. 16.
Keep Wakulla County Beauti-
ful (KWCB) wants to make sure
everyone knows what to wear
and where to go. Many young
people are meeting group lead-
ers. Here are items your young-
ster might want or need:
wear t-shirt and shorts
wear dose-toed shoes, (like
sneakers)
wear a hat or visor
carry (and wear) sun-
screen
and bring a canteen of
water.
These are all sensible things
to wear and bring on CleanUp
day.
The number one type of lit-
ter found each year is cigarette
butts. Although butts are small,
they are important. Birds or
inammals can ingest cigarette
butts and small pieces of plas-
tic. These things do not pass
through their digestive systems
and can cause starvation.
We draw attention to this
problem by playing "Weigh
Your Butts." Groups of children
collect cigarette butts on Coastal


CleanUp day.
KWCB Directors Linda and
Ray Boles ask friends and busi-
ness associates for cash to sup-
port this program. The group
who collects the most butts is
the winner They win the cash
prizes.
The rest of the money Ray
and Linda collect goes to Litter
Loot. Everyone likes to win.
and Litter Loot is a fun way for
people of all ages! Volunteers
who pick up trash get raffle
tickets.
When they come to Woolley
Park; they place their tickets in
the Litter Loot jar. Ray and Linda
then draw the tickets. Winning
tickets get envelopes full of
cash! All it takes is luck!
Picking up other peoples' lit-
ter makes you hot and sweaty,
but it is an important thing to
do. KWCB wants our young
people to remember that they
had a good time at the Coastal
CleanUp.
They'll remember that they
worked and got hot and dirty,
and.then they might remember
that they also won a little bit of
Litter Lootl
They'll associate the Coastal
CleanUp with fun. Twenty years
later, they'll bring their own
children to the Coastal CleanUp.
That's what it's all about.


St. Marks National Wildlife'
Refuge will host the 2006 annual
Coastal Cleanup on Saturday,
Sept. 16, from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.
as part of Coastal Awareness
Month.
Last year, more than 400 ea-
ger volunteers plunged into the
refuge wetlands and removed
more than two tons of trash
and miscellaneous debris. Vol-
unteers are reminded to bring
sunscreen, bug. repellent and
lots of water.
Registration for the 21st an-
nual event will begin at 9 a.m.
at the refuge visitor center, 1255
Lighthouse Road. The refuge has
teamed with the Ocean Conser-
vancy to remove trash from area
federal lands.
Volunteers will receive a
free lunch and event T-shirt,
while supplies last, from Publix


supermarkets, St. Marks Refuge
Association and the U.S. Fish
and Wildlife Service. Lunch will
be held from 11:30 a.m. until I
p.m.
After weighing the collected
trash, volunteers can learn
about St. Vincent National Wild-
life Refuge, St. Francis Wildlife
Association, and Gulf Specimen
Marine Lab through exhibits
from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m.
The St. Marks Lighthouse
will be open for Florida Light-
house Day from 1 p.m. until
4 p.m. There will be exhibits,
films, music and writing of the
Apalachicola River Region.
Individuals and families are
invited to participate as are
scout troops, home school stu-
dents and business groups.
For information, call Ranger
David Moody at 925-6121.:


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Panacea. The civic organization
conducts regular fund-raisers
and hopes to donate more
flags and flagpoles to churches,
schools and other civic orga-
nizations. The group recently
donated a flag and pole to
Wakulla County for use at the
Volunteer Firefighter Training
Center near the sheriff's office
in Crawfordville. Pat Langston
is president of the local Wood-
men of the World lodge.


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The Tallahassee Community
College Wakulla Center will host
training for the Green Guide
Program.
The program is designed as
a nature program for Wakulla
County families and friends and
for certification to become a na-
ture/heritage tour guide.
SThe ecotourism institute
membership fee is $99 and en-
titles members to attend special
events and any combination of
six classes or field trips.
The program begins Sunday,
Sept. 17; with an introduction
and mini-presentations by Mary
Wolfgang and partners. Other
program leaders through De-
cember include Bonnie Holub,
Robin Will, Valerie Weeks, karst
feature experts, Sandy Cook, Wal-
ter Schmidt, George Weymouth,
Mary Katherine Westmark, Betty
Green, Dr. John Tobe, Jody Camp-
bell, Jack Rudloe and more.
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requires 90 contact hours. Experi-
enced guides and environmental-
ists can apply for Credit For Life
Experience credits toward the
90-hour requirement. The fee for
all classes is $500. Scholarships
are available to assist potential
guides cover fees.
For information about classes

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