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Published
Weekly,
Read Daily


Our 113th Year, 17th Issue


Thursday, April 26, 2007


Serving Wakulla County For More Than A Century


Wild adventure


Photo by Ira Schoffel
Rowan Quinn, 7, of Havana (left) and J.D. Metcalf, 7, of Crawfordville show they're not afraid to touch this Blue-Tongued Skink. It was
one of many reptiles and birds on display this past Saturday at the Wakulla Wildlife Festival at Wakulla Springs. For more photos
from the event, please sep page 8B.8


Relay for Life raises $80,000


STAFF REPORTS
The Relay For Life of Wakulla
County was held April 20 and
April 21 and was a huge success,
according to organizers.
The committee thanked the
residents of Wakulla County for
their generosity and support.
Forty-one teams participated in
this year's event, raising more
than $80,000 for the Ameri-
can Cancer Society's research,
education, advocacy and service
programs.
"The outstanding support
received proves that the people
of Wakulla are truly committed
to the fight against cancer," or-
ganizers added.
"We want to applaud the
106 survivors who participated
in the opening lap and the
survivor recognition," said Judy
Brown. "They are the reason we
continue the fight because each
year there can be more and more
people living wonderful lives fol-


Thi Week
Almanac................. Page 11A
Church.................... Page 4A
Classifieds.............Page 3B
Comment & Opinion Page 2A
Crossword Puzzle.... Page 6B
Outdoors................Page 10A
People.................... Page 6A
School.................... Page 1 B
Sheriff's Report........ Page 13A
Sports.....................Page 8A
Week In Wakulla........Page 3A

Coming
Next Week
Wakulla looks to enter
service agreement with
Sopchoppy.







6 4578 20215 o


Photo by Dalynda Vause
Cancer survivors and caretakers take part in the first lap of the Relay for Life Survivor Walk.


lowing a diagnosis of cancer."
Awards were given to Ham-
maknockers Barbecue for best
food, WHS Interact Club for


best costumes, and Crawford-
ville United Methodist Church
for best campsite decorations.
A special thanks was given


to the many Relay For Life vol-
unteers who worked to make
this event a success. Also a
Please see RELAY, page 12A


Two teens



charged



in Panacea



slaying


Boys offer

conflicting,

accounts

of shooting

By WILLIAM SNOWDEN
wsnowden@thewakullanews.net
Two 17-year-old suspects were
arrested over the weekend for
the murder of a Panacea man,
The suspects, Jesse Aaron
Chrysler Jr., and Christopher
Lee Hartsfield, reportedly gave
statements to sheriff's detectives
in which they acknowledged in-
volvement in the shooting death
of Zeke Spencer Gossett.
"The motive was theft of
items in his truck - possibly a
gun,' said Wakulla County Sher-
iff David Harvey.
"I'm very pleased we got
these ,kids off the street and
got some resolution here," the
sheriff said. The two were ar-
rested early Saturday morning
after family members became
involved and arranged to have
them turn themselves in.


According to arrest reports,
in an interview with detectives,
Chrysler said he and Hartsfield
were victims
of an unpro-
voked attack by
Gossett, who
delivered the
first blow. He .
told authorities
that he pulled '
the .38 caliber i
handgun he
had concealed
in his pants CHRYSLER
after he saw
Gossett take
out a pistol
and point it at
Hartsfield.
"To defend
Chris Harts-
field, Jesse
Chrysler Jr. '
states he shot
Zeke Gossett,"
the report
ys. H HARTSFIELD
In Harts-
field's version of events, he said
he had broken into Gossett's
truck at Chrysler's urging to steal
Please see SLAYING, page 12A


Brimner, Mowrey debate

heats up through e-mail


By WILLIAM SNOWDEN
wsnowden@thewakullanews.net
The rocky relationship be-
tween County Attorney Ron
Mowrey and Commissioner Ed
Brimner just got rockier.
Brimner has sent out a num-
ber of increasingly angry e-mails
during the past week, blaming
Mowrey for giving commission-
ers bad legal advice and other
issues. Mowrey responded with
an e-mail of his own, accusing
Brimner of playing politics.
By the end of the week, Brim-
ner sent out a message to the
200 or so people on his e-mail


list, saying he intended to call
for an operational audit of the
county's legal services.
Brimner's e-mail, which in-
cluded an exchange with staff
in Mowrey's office over whether
a copy of the attorney's contract
could be mailed electronically or
should be faxed, was ultimately
answered by Mowrey's secretary
in a sharply worded response.
She accused the commissioner
of wasting staff's time and play-
ing politics.
In a phone interview on
Please see ATTORNEY, page 3A


Seminoles snare two Wakulla High stars


Decision easy

for Bradham
By IRA SCHOFFEL
ischoffel @thewakullanews.net
As he walks the halls of Wakulla High
School wearing a garnet Florida State
sweat suit, it doesn't appear Nigel Brad-
ham needed much convincing before
committing to play his college football
with the Seminoles.
Though he is projected to be the most
heavily recruited high school senior in
the state this season - and one of the top
few prospects in the country -- Bradham
decided he didn't need to drag out the
recruiting process the way so many other
prep standouts do these days.
Earlier this month, after enjoying a
sit-down meeting with FSU's legendary
head coach, Bobby Bowden, Bradham's
decision was made.
"When you talk to Bobby Bowden,
how can you not want to go to that col-
lege?" Bradham said.
Bradham said his mother, Rose
Tucker, was equally impressed with
college football's all-time "winningest"
head coach. "Coach Bowden kissed her
cheek, and she didn't wash her face for
a week," Bradham said. "She loved Coach


Bowden."
Bradham said
his primary rea-
son for commit-
ting early was to
eliminate some
of the distractions
before heading


into his senior
season. Wakulla
High coach Scott
Klees said his tal-
NIGEL BRADHAM ented linebacker
has the opportunity
to play for virtually any Division-I college
in the country, which means an endless
stream of phone calls, letters and text
messages.
"It was getting to be too much pres-
sure," Bradham said. "But that's not
the reason I made my decision. I did
it because I knew there was no other
place for me."
Though Wakulla has seven or eight le-
gitimate college prospects in this senior
class, Klees said Bradham's recruitment
was at another level. At 6-foot-2, 230
pounds, Bradham is expected to compete
for playing time immediately.
"When you've got a player like Ni-
gel - the No. 1 player in the state of
Please see BRADHAM, page 12A


Holton looks

for early action
By IRA SCHOFFEL
Ischoffel@thewakullanews.net
While some college football recruits
are impressed by fast-talking coaches or
the style of play at a particular school,
C.J. Holton's commitment to Florida
State was nothing more than a business
decision.
Holton, a standout safety for the
Wakulla High War Eagles, wants to play
professional football. To give himself
the best chance to make that a reality,
Holton sought out a program with a track
record of producing NFL talent, and one
that would offer him an opportunity for
early playing time.
As it turned out, Holton found the
perfect fit just 30 minutes up the road
in Tallahassee.
"I kind of watched Florida a lot grow-
ing up, but I knew I wasn't going there
because they were pretty full at safety,"
Holton said. "Florida State has Roger Wil-
liams, but he's a senior, so they're going
to need somebody to step in. I had to
make the best decision for me."
Not only will the Seminoles have a
need at free safety in 2008, when Holton


will be a college
freshman, but
FSU defensive co-
ordinator Mickey
Andrews is con-
sidered one of the
elite defensive
backs coaches in
college football.
Andrews has
helped numerous
defensive backs
C.J. HOLTON move on to ca-
reers in the NFL
-- it's a list that includes Deion Sanders,
LeRoy Butler, Terrell Buckley, Samari
Rolle, Tay Cody and many more.
"He's been there for 23 years, and
he's put one in the league every year,"
said Holton, who credited his mother,
Roslind Donaldson, with helping him
through the recruiting process.
Though Bradham likely will be the
crown jewel in Florida State's recruiting
class - one that already has a preliminary
No. 1 ranking from recruiting service
Rivals.com -- Wakulla coach Scott Klees
said Holton's talent should not be over-
looked. Holton has offers from more'
than a dozen programs and would have:
enjoyed attention earlier had it not been
Please see HOLTON, page 12A


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Cents








Page 2A-THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, April 26, 2007




Comment & Opinion

Established in Wakulla County in 1895


My View


A good idea, but


flawed execution


What exactly does the federal
No Child Left Behind mandate
mean, and what does it mean
for Wakulla County schools?
First of all, the title of it is
enticing. Who can argue that
any child should be left behind?
Certainly not the public school
system, whose employees dedi-
cate their lives to helping each
and every child succeed in
school.
What the federal mandate
means is that literally 100 per-
cent of children will be reading,
writing, and doing mathematics
on or above "grade level" (at
proficiency) by the year 2013.
While this sounds good, the
Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)
of each student, school, and
district in Florida is measured
solely by results of the Florida
Comprehensive Assessment
Test (FCAT).
This is a rigorous test with
high standards for labeling a
student "proficient." The irony
is that each state can select
its own test for measuring
proficiency and can set the
criteria for defining proficiency
wherever it chooses. This is like
sending 50 different athletes
from 50 different sports out on a
field to perform and determine
which ones perform better than
the others.
Each specific group of stu-
dents, including students with
exceptionalities and economi-
cally disadvantaged students,
must make Adequate Yearly
Progress in each area of reading,
writing and mathematics. If one
of the more than 30 "cells" does
not meet proficiency, the entire
chQQioLdtQ&..tmnke AYP. Like-
Swise, if one school in a district
I does not make AYP, the entire
district does not make AYP un-
less the rest of the schools total
97 percent proficiency.
Accountability is important.
It lets schools and districts
know where they can improve.
However, the sanctions for not
making AYP are brutally puni-
tive to the schools that need
the most help.
In other words, federal dol-
lars are taken away from the
schools that do not make AYP
and are used to transport chil-
dren to other schools or to
provide outside tutoring busi-
nesses to work with children
after school. The irony here is
that the one school in Wakulla
that did not make AYP in 2006
is the longest running school
rated the highest with an "A"
grade from the state for six
years straight by using the same


Comment


David Miller


FCAT scores that deemed it not
acceptable by the federal NCLB
mandate.
To further illustrate how
unattainable 100 percent com-
pliance is, in Florida, only two
districts made AYP in 2005:
Wakulla and Leon. In 2006:
Leon and Broward. This puts
64 of the 67 districts "In Need
of Improvement" because they
did not make AYP for two years
in a row. And if Wakulla County
does not make it by one cell, by
one school, for 2007, it too will
be "In Need of Improvement."
If not meeting AYP continues,
it means that new curriculum
must be instituted, personnel
may be reassigned, federal fund-
ing will be cut, and eventually
the state must "take over" edu-
cating Wakulla's children.
Of course Wakulla County's
teachers and administrators
are dedicated to educating
every child, but punishing the
schools and the district will not
help them ensure this. Schools
can feed children breakfast and
lunch, but they cannot ensure
that each child goes home to a
warm dinner and a good night's
sleep to arrive ready to learn the
next day.
Schools can co-sponsor pro-
grams like S.A.V.E. (Substance
Abuse and Violence Educa-
tion) with the Wakulla County
Sheriff's Office, but they cannot
ensure that some children are
not exposed to alcoholism, drug
-abuse and physical violence
beyond the school day.
Schools can teach Character
Education and such skills as
dependability and honesty, but
these skills are not tested on
the FCAT.
Wakulla County schools are
committed to leaving no child
behind. From free after-school
remediation with transportation
provided to children who need
it, to teachers reaching into their
own pockets to assure that their
students get to go on field trips
with their peers or receive the
same advantages as others, the
evidence is in the caring.
Leaving no child behind is
the mantra of every dedicated
teacher, but it can't be measured
solely by one test.

David Miller is superinten-
dent of Wakulla County Schools.
He wrote this column at the
request of The Wakulla News.


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READ WITH A CHILD 20 MINUTES A DAY..,

It can make all the difference!


Developers shouldn't
profit from sewer lines
Editor, The News:
When Ben Boynton applied
for final plat approval (FP05-20),
he stated he was extending the
nearest sewer line south of the
site on Crawfordville Highway
to meet the sanitary needs of
the future subdivision. In 2006,
he applied for a rezoning from
Agriculture to Planned Unit De-
velopment. In that application
he said he would construct
sanitary sewer lines at his own
expense to serve future devel-
opment and then dedicate its
ownership to Wakulla County.
Item #6 on the Nov. 21,
2005, Board of County Commis-
sion meeting agenda: Boynton
requested approval of a devel-
opment agreement that would
pay him back for the sewer
expansion costs related to the
approved Flowers subdivision.
He also requested support for
a Rural Development grant
application that was being sub-
mitted, as an RDA Grant/Loan
requires a public agency sign
the application.
Minutes of that meeting
reveal the application for grant
submittal was approved. No
mention of a development
agreement was made in the
minutes.
Boynton didn't construct the
sewer lines as he promised.
On July 3, 2006, he was given
permission by the board to
acquire 50 Certificates of Occu-
pancy for his homes. Boynton
could build and sell homes
without a septic or sewer
system being completed in the
subdivision. Internal sewer
lines would be connected to
a holding tank from which
he would pump and haul the
sewage.
On April 16 of this year,
the board approved an agree-
ment to waive the tap fees
within the development and
pay Boynton 50 percent of
the access fees collected as
new customers connect to the
sewer line constructed by him.
This was called a "model" for
future agreements to extend
county utilities to new develop-
ments approved by the county.
In other words, the Board plans
to give developers one-half the
money they collect in access
fees from any sewer lines con-
structed by developers.
Hundreds of thousands, if
not millions of dollars, over
time will no longer go into the
county coffers but will subsi-
dize developers. The current
citizens will continue to pay for
growth in Wakulla County.
Rich Johnson
Panacea

Commissioners show
their true colors
Editor, The News;
It was disgusting to watch
the April 16 Wakulla County
Commission meeting and see
our elected officials agree to
give a developer hundreds
of thousands of dollars that
should go into the county's
bank account.
From what I understand, af-
ter all was said by the citizens,
the developer and the commis-
sioners, it seems Ben Boynton
promised to construct a sewer
line from his development
south to the county sewer line
and then give that line to the
county. At some time it was
decided a larger pipe would be
needed to serve future develop-
ment along U.S. Highway 319.
The county agreed to pay the
price difference between the
size pipe Boynton had planned
to use and the size pipe the
county wanted. Boynton hasn't
constructed the sewer line.
Now, the county has decided
they will waive all the tap fees
for the developer's 430-home
subdivision and then give the
developer half of the access
fees the county collects from


the new customers who con-
nect to the line he'll construct.
Access fees are now more
than $3,800 and probably will
increase over time. Our county
commission is giving away
what could be millions of dol-


lars that could and should be
used to operate and expand
our sewer system. Giving
awayl The subdivision was
approved with the developer's
promise he would install the
sewer line. He has not done
so, but homes are being built
in the Flowers subdivision.
Does the county issue stop
work orders because he hasn't
kept his promise? No, they
reward him promising him
hundreds of thousands of
dollars and agree to support
a grant application for him to
get federal money to construct
the sewer line.
I have long thought our
county commission favors
developers' interest over the
interest of the county as a
whole. They have proven me
right.
Suzanne M. Smith
Crawfordville

Theft of sign
won't stop auction
Editor, The News:
I would like to offer a
reward for the return of a
real estate auction sign that
was stolen Saturday, April 14,
from the Songbird subdivision
home I'm auctioning. I don't
know the idiot who stole the
sign, which had a value of
$200, but if you do, please give
him a big steel hammer and
point it toward his head and
show him what to do with it.
It's unbelievable that my cli-
ents have to suffer financially
because you're a thief. If your
goal was to steal the sign so
nobody would know the home
was going to be auctioned,
congratulations! You stole
the sign - now nobody will
know that on May 15 at 2 p.m.,
Abal Auction Real Estate will
auction the home at 7 Bunting
Drive, Songbird, and property
is available for internet bid-
ding no.v at
abalauctioncompany.com. You
succeeded. "Stupid is as stupid
does."
My thanks to Deputy Drew
Vass who came to meet me
and take the report. He was
very professional and courte-
ous. He took the time to look
through the neighborhood
with me for the sign.
Dr. Joe Abal
Abal Auction Real Estate
Crawfordville

Wakulla Christian
School in good hands
Editor, The News:
Wakulla County is ex-
tremely privileged to have
Jim Pound as its founder and
administrator of Wakulla
Christian School. Pound is no
stranger to starting Christian
schools from "'scratch." North
Florida Christian School in Tal-
lahassee was founded by him
and was under his direction
and leadership for the first 22
years of its existence. NFCS is
still going strong today after
nearly 40 years. Not only did
he start NFCS, but he also
started Talavana Christian
and Aucilla Christian schools.
There is no doubt that Jim
Pound can do it again with
Wakulla Christian School.
As a graduate of NFCS
myself, having attended there


from third through 12th grade
under Pound's leadership, I
have the utmost confidence
that my two children will
receive the same quality
Christian education that I did.
My husband and I have always
prayed that our daughters
would grow to love God at an
early age. The Lord is answer-
ing our prayers.
Along with the teachings
we are providing at home,
WCS is helping make that hap-
pen. We so much enjoy hear-
ing the Bible memory verses
they have hidden in their
hearts, retelling Bible stories
they've been taught at school
and singing the Bible songs
they have learned, but most
of all we treasure seeing their
little hands folded and listen-
ing to their sweet, innocent
prayers.
Not only receiving a solid
Christian foundation that
teaches sound Biblical doc-
trine, core values and morals,
but they are also being taught
from the proven A-Beka cur-
riculum. Our children are in
third- and fourth-grade classes
and are already writing their
names in print and cursive,
They are learning all vowel
and consonant sounds, letter
and number recognition, as
well as learning to count to
100. They have memorized
The Pledge of Allegiance, The
Pledge to the Christian Flag
and several patriotic songs.
Our girls enjoy school, come
home happy and can't wait
until the next morning to join
their friends and teachers
again.
WCS is truly "making a
difference that will last a
lifetime" in the lives of our
two children. We look forward
to seeing the school grow
and become a strong pillar in
Wakulla County that children
and families can look to for a
quality Christian education.
Kevin and
Cynthia Thompson
Crawfordville

Family thankful for
help after house fire
Editor, The News:
Buck and Rochelle Revell
would like to give a special
thank you to the Rev. B.B. Bar-
wick and wife Glenda, the Rev.
Bruce Taylor and wife Sybil,
the Rev. Ronnie Metcalf and
wife Carol, Celia and Brother
Emmett Whaley, the Rev.
Stevie Taylor and wife,
Melisann, Jonas and Ber-
nice Porter along with the
Fishermen's Association,
Della Smith, Francie Lowe, the
Wakulla County VFD and the
Sheriff's Office.
Buck and Rochelle have re-
ceived great support from the
people of Wakulla County. On
March 6, Buck and Rochelle
lost everything in a house fire.
Please keep us in your prayers.
Buck and Rochelle Revell
Sopchoppy

Tragedy shows us how
blessed we really are
Editor, The News:
Dear family, friends and
wonderful people of Wakulla
County. On Friday, April 13,
my family's home burned to


the ground. Fortunately we
were out of town and not hurt.
We lost some dear pets, and
have one that is still recover-:
ing. I want to let people know,
we live in a gracious commu-.
nity. The donations of clothing,
money and all of the prayers_.
are wonderful. I just want to p:
take this moment to thank _
everyone. Hug your loved -
ones, don't ever let a day go by
without letting people know'--
you love them. Life is precious.
Thank you, -
The Whiddon Family
Dennis, Lisa, Mollie, Seth,
B.J., Johnson and Bitsy
Crawfordtille

Deputies shouldn't .
make these decisions,
Editor, The News:
It seems that Captain Steve
Ganey interpreted my letter "
as questioning why deputies ,
are sent to any call. That is fat,
from what my question was..,
I want to know why deputies..,
pick and choose who responds
to calls that require assistance,
from EMS and/or fire rescue.
Thank you for your invita-:.
tion to sit in with your dis- . -.
patchers, however, I will have.'
to respectfully decline due to .
the fact that it will changer
nothing. I agree, dispatchers.':
do a wonderful job, especially'
considering the high-stress job.
However, they do as they are'
told by the sheriff's officers. 'Of
course there are policies and'
procedures, but don't we all do
what we are told in order to'
keep our job?
I am impressed by the lives
that deputies have saved. I am
not looking at how many lives
they have saved compared to
how many our first respond-
ers, EMTs and paramedics have
saved. -
I do have to wonder how
many lives have been lost ..
due to delayed dispatching Qf,
our first responders, many of,,
whom are also EMTs, paramed-
ics and nurses for their full-.
time professions.
Helping people in need is
not just "part of the job." They
voluntarily respond to helpi.. .
when they are needed, taking!
time away from their families,
after they have already put in a
long day at work.
Twice on Saturday, deputies
were dispatched to fire calls. :
I just can't see the reason for'
not alerting the fire stations 'is
well. Why does a deputy get "
to pick and choose whether 'or
not firemen respond to a fire?
We have thousands of acres '
burning in Georgia as I write "
this, yet your dispatchers Were'
clearly told by a deputy to wait
to notify firefighters until he '
was on scene and decided if'.n
firefighters were needed. .
No burglar alarm to put .
that one off on, is there? Once.
again, we can thank God that'
there wasn't already a big fire;
If it had been, would your of-':
ficer have the capability to put
it out? I don't believe deputies
respond with protective gear,
more than 1,500 gallons of t
water, and hundreds of hours
of fire training.
As dry as it has been, I don't
think that is a risk that should
be taken. We have a beautiful:
county that should be pro-
tected with all of our possible
resources.
Recently, a firefighter/para-:
medic was hurt when he .' 7
wrecked his vehicle. He calledZ
dispatch to request an ambu-
lance. He listened as other sta.
tion members called dispatch.
After 45 minutes of waiting
for an ambulance that was 1/8
mile down the road, he gave '2
up and his wife took him to ':
the hospital.
It is my fear that it will take
the death of someone who has
friends or family that know to'
question things in order for
this problem to change.
Pete Wilson


Crawfordville


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Attorney: Brimner wants audit


Continued from page 1A
Monday, Mowrey, whose firm
has provided legal services to
Wakulla County for more than
25 years, announced he had no
intention of seeking a new con-
tract when his contract expires in
a little more than two years.
Efforts to contact Brimner for
this story were unsuccessful.
In June 2006, Mowrey's con-
tract was renewed by the board
in a 3-2 vote, with commission-
ers Maxie Lawhon, Brian Langs-
ton and Henry Vause voting for;
and Brimner and Commissioner
Howard Kessler voting against.
The base amount for legal work
under that contract is $140,000.
In March, Brimner and Kes-
sler questioned Mowrey's legal
fees, which totaled more than
$481,000 over the previous 18
nionths, including representa-
tion in legal proceedings at a rate
of. $150 an hour.
. ,Before the meeting on April
16, Brimner sent an e-mail blam-
ing Mowrey's "poor legal advice"
for failing to make it clear that
the $3,000 school impact fee
would be charged on building
permits issued after April 23,
including those that had applied
before then but had not been
approved. "Shockingly," Brimner
wrote, "it took our highly paid
attorney ($140,000 annually for
part-time work) until the middle
of last week to 'discover' this er-
ror and alert staff to the facts."
Mowrey answered with an
e-mail response of his own, ad-
dressed to Brimner and typed
by Mowrey's secretary, Tracy
Douglas, and mailed from her e-
mail account. "Your comments in
referring to my services are out-
rageous, insulting and without
any basis whatsoever," Mowrey
wrote. He said that, contrary to
what was discussed in work-
shops and public hearings, the
county's Building Department
staff was giving the public bad
advice about the implementa-
tion date for the impact fees.
When Mowrey was contacted
by .County Administrator Ben
Pingree about the confusion, the
attorney told him that impact
fees were due prior to the issu-
ance of any building permit.
"For you to suggest anything
to the contrary is misleading
and outright deceiving," Mowrey
wrote to Brimner. "Shame on
you, you are now resorting to
mere innuendo and character
assassination without any basis
whatsoever."
The board took up a measure
at-that night's meeting to waive
impact fees for building permits
filed for before the April 23
deadline.
On Wednesday, inspired by
a story in that morning's daily
newspaper about a lawyer for
Leon County who had been
dismissed, Brimner sent out an
e-mail that included his calcula-
tions that the cost of hiring a
full-time attorney for the county,
plus a legal assistant, plus ben-
efits, plus training would total
$110,800 a year - a savings of
$29,200.
"I wholeheartedly support,"
Brimner wrote in bold, all-capital
letters, "the BOCC's controversial
decision to have an outside con-
tract attorney review" Mowrey's
contract. He also added a line
that anybody who wants a copy


of the legal services contract
- unsigned electronic version
- to let him know.
The next day, Thursday, Brim-
ner was e-mailing Mowrey's
office with a request for an elec-
tronic version of the contract.
Mowrey's secretary respond-
ed that commissioners had been
provided with a signed copy of
the contract by Pingree at the
last meeting. "I can fax it but
I can't e-mail it," the secretary
wrote.
Brimner fired off an angry
e-mail on Friday, writing: "Mr
Mowrey, I am no longer asking
for an electronic copy of your
contract with Wakulla County.
Thank you."
"To all, I am now calling for
an Operational Audit (in bold
letters) of our legal services - not
just a review of our contract."
Citing the exchange in which
Mowrey's office responded that
it could fax but not e-mail the
contract, Brimner wrote: "I have
to wonder if Mr. Mowrey some-
how thinks being obstinate and
unhelpful will someway slow
or prevent the inevitable and
needed review of his contract by
an independent attorney. I know
I do not respond well to threats
or loud posturing."
In response, Mowrey's secre-
tary sent back a sharp response
to Brimner that afternoon claim-
ing he was playing "dirty, under-
handed politics."
The reluctance to send an
electronic copy of the contract
was because it would not be
"an official, signed version." She
added, "I .am happy to scan the
contract because we do in fact
have a scanner. It would, how-
ever, be the same exact contract
you already have."


THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, April 26, 2007-Page 3A

HuManatee to host annual festival Saturday


HuManatee's 16th annual
"Welcome Back the Manatees
Celebration" will be held on Sat-
urday, April 28, at Fort San Mar-
cos de Apalache in St. Marks,
The festival will be held from
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Activities will
include live music, kayak and ca-
noe trips on the Wakulla River,
educational booths, games for
children, as well as food.
HuManatee began as volun-
teer organization in 1986 and
was formally incorporated in
1990. Members work to inform
the public about Wakulla Coun-
ty's migrating herd of Florida
manatees, including govern-
ment agencies, civic groups,
schools and businesses.


HuManatee volunteers en-
courage people to become aware
of the manatee's plight and its
right to exist freely, without hu-
man interference. To feed, touch
or swim with manatees creates
trust and dependence, chang-
ing their natural behavior. It is
illegal to harass manatees.
When boating, observe Cau-
tion Manatee Zone signs, go
slowly and look for the dark
snouts that surface about every
five minutes. Wearing polarized
sunglasses will aid in spotting
manatees. Turn off your motor
or pass manatees very slowly
when you see them.
Keep your powerboat in the
channel. The manatees usually


Senior Citizens Center

holds public safety day


The Wakulla County Senior
Citizens Center will host an edu-
cational activity on public safety
on Monday, April 30, at 10:30
a.m. The event is scheduled to
take place in the fire training
area behind the Senior Center.
One of the senior citizens
board members, Major Larry
Massa, has helped schedule
this event which will include:
an ambulance with staff to


explain what occurs, inside;
deputy sheriff's patrol car with
driver to explain use; Intimida-
tor - the car with extra powers;
K-9 Unit - A demonstration of
their performance; a fire truck
- with firemen in action; and
Life Net air ambulance. Senior
citizens may go inside to better
understand how it works.
For more information, call
Diane Lanter at 926-7145.


Ceremony planned for MLK monument


Wakulla County Commis-
sioners have accepted an invi-
tation to attend the dedication
ceremony of the Dr. Martin Lu-
ther King, Jr. monument at the
Wakulla County Courthouse on
Friday, April 27, at 6:30 p.m.
The board recently approved


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the placement of the monument
at the courthouse and construc-
tion is expected to be completed
in time for the ceremony. The
process of get the monument
approved and placed fell upon
the members of the Wakulla
County Christian Coalition.






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stay along the shoreline in shal-
low water while feeding and
resting.
To report the harassment or
endangerment of a manatee, call
the state Fish and Wildlife Con-
servation Commission at (850)
922-4330. Call FWC to report a
dead or injured manatee, or call
HuManatee at 925-6412.
Annual memberships to


HuManatee are $15 for an in-
dividual, $20 for a family, $10
for seniors older than 55, busi-
ness/associations are $30, and
school classes are $10. Mail
payment with name, address,
phone number and e-mail ad-
dress to HuManatee, P.O. Box 52,
St. Marks FL 32355. To request a
presentation by the group, write
to the same address.


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C church


Obituaries


William O0. Baggett
William O'Neal Baggett, 72, of
Crawfordville, died Wednesday,
April 18.
A memorial service was held
Sunday, April 22 at Harvey-Young
Funeral Home in Crawfordville.
Memorial contributions may be
made to Big Bend Hospice, 1723
Mahan Center Blvd., Tallahassee,
FL 32308.
A native of Thomas County,
Ga., he had lived in Crawford-
ville for 35 years, coming from
Ocklocknee, Ga. He was a truck
driver and a U.S. Air Force vet-
eran. He was of the Baptist faith.
Many people would know him
from his love of karaoke. He
was a survival instructor in the
military who jumped into the
Grand Canyon to save survivors
of a airplane crash.
Survivors include his wife of
27 years, Nellie Baggett of Craw-
fordville; a son, Jimmy Orr of
Crawfordville; three daughters,
Claudia Baggett Hutchins and
husband Andy of Apalachicola,
Crystal Baggett Smith and hus-
band Travis of Woodville and
Jennifer Orr of Crawfordville; a
brother, Edwin Baggett and wife
Judy of Ocklocknee, Ga.; four
sisters, Mildred Davis of Thom-
asville, Ga. and Lois Hicks, Vanda
Cooper and husband Charles,
Sand Sybil Jones, all of Ocklock-
nee, Ga.; seven grandchildren; a
great-grandchild; and numerous
nieces and nephews.
Harvey-Young Funeral Home
in Crawfordville was in charge
of the arrangements.

Jasper Q. Burns
Jasper Quinton Burns, 40, of
Tallahassee died Sunday, April
22 in Tallahassee.
The funeral service was held
on Wednesday, April 25 at Har-
vey-Young Funeral Home Chapel
in Crawfordville with burial
at West Sopchoppy Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be
made to Tallahassee Develop-
mental Center, 445 Appleyard
Drive, Tallahassee, FL 32304.
He graduated from Gretchen
|Everhart Schooj on June 1, 1990.,
SHe loved country music, bal-
loons, soft drinks, hamburgers
and French fries. He lived at
the Tallahassee Developmental
Center since June 1987.
Survivors include two broth-
ers, Pat Davis Burns of Sop-
choppy and David Burns of
Crawfordville; five sisters, Anne
Nichols and husband Clark of
Otter Creek, Marie Collins and
husband Earl and Louise Sim-
mons and husband Jerry, all of
Sopchoppy, Cindy Womack and
friend Gary Gowdy of Craw-
fordville and Lois Johnson and
husband Bob of Lithia, Fla.; and
many nieces, nephews, cousins
and extended family and friends
at Tallahassee Developmental
Center.
Harvey-Young Funeral Home

Sopchoppy
Church Of Christ
Corner of Winthrop & Byrd St.
Sunday: Bible Study ...9:30 a.m.
Worship................ 10:30 a.m.
Evening Worship ...........5 p.m.
Wednesday: Bible Study...7 p.m.
Visitors are welcome!
Home Bible Courses available...
please call for details,
962-2213


_ Wakulla
United Methodist Church
S Sunday Contemporary Service 8:30 a.m.
Sunday School for all ages -10 a.m.
I Sunday Worship -11 a.m.
Wednesday Service- 7 p.m.
1584 Old Woodville Rd.
Wakulla Station
421-5741
Pastor Drew Standridge


in Crawfordville was in charge
of the arrangements.

Ina Mae Fannin
Ina Mae Fannin, 78, of Free-
port died Tuesday, April 17 in
Pensacola.
The funeral service was held
Saturday, April 21 at Black Creek
United Methodist Church in
Freeport, with burial at Black
Creek Cemetery. Reverend Louis
Taunton officiated. Those asked
to serve as pallbearers were Ned
Chancey, Mickey Marse, Perry
Fannin, Jack Nowling, Tim Smith
and Bobby Wilson.
A native of Freeport, she was
born December 10, 1928 to Jeff
and Claudia Burnham McCor-
mick and was a lifelong resident
of Freeport. She was of the Meth-
odist faith and a member of th6
Black Creek United Methodist
Church. She enjoyed fishing and
hunting, being outdoors and
spending time with her children
and grandchildren.
Survivors include four sons,
Allen Fannin and wife Rachel,
Cleve Fannin and Lois Varner,
Roger Fannin and wife Geral-
dine and Paul Fannin and Cindy
Kirkpatrick, all of Freeport; two
daughters, Linda Gayle Sapp
and husband Don of Crawford-
ville and Rhonda Kay Westphal
and husband Keith of Milton;
four brothers, Horace McCor-
mick, Harvey Altman, Charlie
Altman and Harold Altman, all
of Freeport; two sisters, Lillie
Mae Hathaway of Freeport and
Helen Lassister of Red Bay; 12
grandchildren and 13 great'
grandchildren.

Zeke S. Gossett
Zeke Spencer Gossett, 22, of
Panacea, died Tuesday, April 17
in Panacea.
The funeral service was held
Saturday, April 21 at Harvey-
Young Funeral Home in Craw-
fordville.
A native of in Poteau, Okla.,
he had lived in Panacea for 17
years. He was of the Christian
faith and a worker in the con-
st4ction industry.
xSurvivors include his father,
Benjamin Gossett of Oklahoma;
his mother, Gayla Espiritu of
Panacea; a brother, Cody Tackett
of Ashdown, Ark.; two sisters,-
Amber Godden of Crawfordville
and Misty Hall of Panacea, three
nephews, Keith Godden, Austin
Godden and Dylan Godden; and
many friends.
Harvey-Young Funeral Home
in Crawfordville was in charge
of the arrangements.

Walter F. Harrison
Walter Floyd Harrison, 78 of
Cairo, Ga. died Monday, April 23
in Cairo.
A native of Grady County, Ga.,
he was a retired maintenance de-
partment worker at Tallahassee


GRACE
BAPTIST CHURCH
"Where everybody is somebody in His body."
Sunday School................ 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship ............10:30 a.m.
Evening Worship................7... p.m.
Wednesday Evening ......... 6:45 p.m.
Pastor Gary Tucker
926-3217 ,

Trinity
Lutheran
Church of Wakulla County
Hwy. 98, Across from WHS
Web site:
TrinityLutheranofWakulla.com
Bible Class 9:00 a.m.
Worship 10:00 a.m.
Pre-School M-F (3-5 Years)
Pastor Les Kimball
Church 926-7808 * Pre-School 926-5557


Memorial Hospital. He was the
son of the late Edward Harrell
Harrison and Nancy Maxwell
Harrison and of the Baptist
faith.
Survivors include his wife of
56 years Doris Livingston Har-
rison of Cairo; four daughters,
Judy H. Baker and husband Don
of Orlando, Linda H O'Steen and
husband Jerry of Tallahassee,
Joyce Harrison of Havana and
Gloria H Tillman and husband
Andrew L. Jr. of Bainbridge,
Ga.; a brother, Roy Harrison of
Bainbridge; two sisters, Eunice
Thomas of Moultrie, Ga. and
Lillie Mae Dean of Mount Pleas-
ant; six grandchildren, Benjamin
Baker, Andrew Baker, Lesley
Baker, Tom Matthews, Linda T.
Stokley and Andrew Lee Tillman
III; and five great-grandchildren,
Gracie Baker, Faythlyn Baker,
Johnathan Stokley, William Stok-
ley and Matthew Stokley.
Clark Funeral Home in Cairo
was in charge of the arrange-
ments.

Martin C. Mertz
Martin C. Mertz, 92, of Craw-
fordville died Thursday, April 12
in Crawfordville.
The funeral service will be
held at a later date at Elks Lodge
# 2709.
A retired executive in the
leather industry, he was a U.S.
Army veteran of World War II.
He was born in Newark, N.J.
and moved to Crawfordville one
year ago after moving from Palm
Coast. He was a life member of
51 years and founding officer of
Elk Lodge # 2709. He was also a
life member of VFW Post # 8696
where he was quartermaster
and American Legion Post # 400.
He loved to travel and enjoyed
crossword puzzles.
Survivors include his wife of
60 years, Valerie Mertz of Craw-
fordville; two daughters, Valerie
Barnard and husband Steve of
Iowa and Patricia Prout and hus-
band Charles of Crawfordville;
a sister, Madeline Marottolo
and husband Fred of Cranford,
N.J.; three grandchildren, Ilana,
Rebekah and Cassye; and two
great-grandchildren, Emma and
Tyler.
Harvey-Young Funeral Home
in Crawfordville was in charge
of the arrangements.

Mark A. Price, Sr.
Mark August Price, Sr., 42,
of Crawfordville died Monday,
April 23 in Crawfordville.
The funeral service was held
Wednesday, April 25 at Wood-


Ocrlockonee
^- fa

United
Methodist
Church
Sunday Worship 9 a.m.
Adult Sunday School 10:30 a.m.
pastor nrfett empleton
(850) 984-0127

0o Bu Ochlockonee

n% \ rougi Christian Center
A Word of Faith Church

Schedule of Services I
* Sunday 11 a.m.
* Wednesday 7 p.m.

Bible Study 10 a.m.
2263 Curtis Mill Rd.

Pastor John S. Dunning
(From Rhema Bible Training Center)


ville United Methodist Church.
In lieu of flowers, memorial
contributions may be made to
the American Cancer Society,
241 John Knox Road, Tallahassee,
FL 32303.
A native of Jacksonville, he
moved to Crawfordville in 1992.
He was a member of the 1984
Class of Englewood High School
in Jacksonville. He was em-
ployed by M. Inc. and attended
Woodville United Methodist
Church.
Survivors include his wife of
17 years, Cathy Price of Craw-
fordville; two sons, Mark Price,
Jr. and Aaron Price; his mother,
Frances Price; four brothers, Jo-
seph Price, Jr., David Price, Paul
Price and Joey Price; two sisters,
Regina Johnson and Connie
MacEachern; and numerous
nieces and nephews and great-
nieces and -nephews.
Culley's MeadowWood Fu-
neral Home in Tallahassee was
in charge of the arrangements.

Camelia D.T.S. Wright
Camelia Daye Tucker Samford
Wright, 77, of Carrabelle died
Monday, April 16 in Texas.
The funeral service will be
held at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 28
at Eastpoint Cemetery in Frank-
lin County.
She retired to Carrabelle to
fish, garden and spend time with
her family. She was born Dec. 24,
1929 to Arthur L. and Camelia
D. Segree Tucker of Eastpoint.
She was a member of Carrabelle
United Methodist Church.
Survivors include a brother,
Kenneth Tucker of Lynn Haven;
two sisters, Thelma Rowell and
Loyce Novak, both of Carrabelle;
three sons, John Samford and
wife Cindy of Quincy, Billy Sam-
ford and wife Sharlyne of Talla-
hassee and Bill Wright and wife
Reba of Willis, Texas; two daugh-
ters, Linda Frazier and husband
Rudy of Alpharetta, Ga. and Betty
Fair and husband Jim of Con-
roe, Texas; five grandchildren,
John Samford and wife Sarah,
Matt Sanford, Kelli Hardy and
husband A.J., Garrett Strickland&
and Skylar Strickland; four great-
grandchildren, Corey Hardy, Alex
Hardy, Jessica Hardy and Kate
Samford; two sisters-in-law, Julia
Copland and family and Betty Jo
McCarthy; and many nieces and
nephews.
Independent Funeral Home
in Quincy is in charge of the ar-
rangements.

Ivan Assembly of God
202 Ivan Church Road
aggg Crawjbrdville
|Pastor,
Daniel Cooksey
"Co,,me & 'Wrhip Witihi Us"
926-IVAN(4826)
Sunday School........................ 10 a.m.
Sunday Worship................... 11 a.m.
Evening Worship...... .......... 6 p.m.
Wednesday Service.................. 7 p.m.
& Youth Service................7....7 p.m.
Royal Rangers........................ 7 p.m.
M issionettes.......................... 7 p.m.



PrefbytffuiaA
3383 Coastal Hwy.
1/3rd mile east of Wakulla High School
9:30 a.m. Bible Study
10:30 a.m. Worship Services
10:45 a.m. Children's Sunday School
Nursery Provided
926-4569
www.wakullapres.org




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Sopchoppy Southern Baptist Church
117 Curtis Mill Road, Sopchoppy
962-7822

Sunday School 9:45 AM
Morning Wlrship 11 AM

AWANA Club 5 PM
Evening Wslip 6 PM


Church News


Yard Sale
First Baptist Church in Wakul-
la Station will host a yard sale
on Friday, April 27 and Saturday,
April 28 beginning at 7 a.m. both
days. There are lots of new items
including clothing, and hand-
made Christmas crafts for sale.
The youths will also be having a
car wash and selling hamburgers
and hotdogs on Saturday only.
The church is located at 945
Woodville Highway. For more
information, please contact (850)
421-6223 or (850) 445-1757.

Gospel Explosion
On Saturday, May 5, the first
annual Wakulla Gospel Explo-
sion will be held at the Wakulla
United Methodist Church in
Wakulla Station.
The Gospel Explosion is a
free concert, sponsored by Sec-
ond Touch Ministries, Inc., that
features the talents of Branded
Spirit, The Jubilee Singers, and
Miller and Co., Charles Lee, Look-
ing Up, Steve Davis, and Almost
Home.
A number of Bibles, including
a Family. Bible and Study Bible,
and other books by writers such
as David Jeremiah, Charles Stan-
ley, and John McArthur, will be
given away.
CDs by the individual artists,
as well as the different groups
that are featured, will also be
available for sale.


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


Sopchoppy
7-"' United

Methodist
Church
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship I I a.m.
Pastor Brett Templeton
850-962-2511


Mullet dinners with sides
will be available for a donation;
these funds will go to support
the prison ministry of Second
Touch Ministries, Inc.
The activities start at 2 p.m.
Everyone is welcome to attend.
Donation jars; and infor-
mation packets about Second
Touch Ministries, Inc. will be
available.
Second Touch Ministries,'iric.
is a non-denominational 501 (c)
(3) non-profit ministry dedicated
to assisting prison inmates as
they turn to Christ to become
new creations through Him.
Second Touch Ministries, Inc.,
reaches out to and helps inmates
through preaching, counseling,
and rehabilitation classes.
More church news, page 14A



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Panacea Park

Baptist Church
24 Mission Road, Panacea
Sunday School 10 a.m.
Worship 11 a.m.
Wed. Prayer Meeting 7 p.m.
Pastor, Jerry Spears


Saint Teresa
Episcopal
Church
1255 Rehwinkel Rd.
At the corner of Rehwinkel Rd. & US 98
Sunday School
Holy Eucharist 8:30 am
Youth & Adults 9:30 AM
Children 10:30 AM
Worship 10:30 AM
Reverend John Spicer
926-4288 �


St. Elizabeth

, Ann Seton
'Catholic Church
Mass 9 a.m. Sunday
Sunday School 10 a.m'.
Father James MacGee, Pastor
3609 Coastal Hwy. (US 98)
926-1797 '


4- Crawfordville United

I Methodist Church
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Worship 11:00 a.m.
Pastor Tony Rosenberger 926-7209
Ochlocdonee & Arran Road "Come Grow With Uis www.crawfordville-nme rg

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Church Office: 926-7896
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SUNDAY
Early Worship 8:30 a.m.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m
Evening Worship 6:00 p.m.
WEDNESDAY
Fellowship Meal 6:00 p.m.
(call for reservations) .
Prayer/ Bible Study 7:00 p.m,.
IMPACT (Youth) 7:00 p.m.
Children's Events 6:30 p.m.


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akeE ei Office 926-5265
Early Worship 8:30 a.m.
no Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
SMornming Worship 11:00 a.m.
AWANA Clubs 4:00 p.m.
Youth Zone Time 4:30 p.m.
Evening Worship 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Services 7:00 p.m.
Our Mission is: Loving God and Loving Others
through Worship, Ministry and Service.
Operating like a family; strong in the Word of God, warm and
inviting. Powerful ministries for strengthening our families.
Reaching Children, Youth, Adults and Seniors for Jesus.
We will look forward to seeing you this Lord's Day.
www.lakeellenbaptistchurch.org


Come one, come all to the...


Mt. Elon Baptist Church

153rd Homecoming
(1854-2007)


Sunday, May 6

10:30 a.m.


Special Singing Guests


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THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, April 26, 2007-Page 5A


Communi


Hi neighbors. Have you ever
seen such beautiful weather as
we are having here in our little
town? It is just too perfect for
this time of year, but i love it.
It's still cool in the morn-
ings and late at night. Yes,
Ms.Longjohns it does get above
75 in the middle of the day. But
we can't have everything our,
.one of my exes told me a hun-
dred years ago. Boy, did I make
a believer out of him.
Have you ever heard that
,old saying about "my way or
.the highway?" Needless to say
-I do live alone these days. In
fact for many years now and
it is very peaceful, thank you
very much.
Listen up people When I
was telling you about the sock
hop the fire department had
this past weekend I forgot that
most of you don't even know
what that is. Sorry about that.
But anyway, it is a dance where
everyone dances in their socks.
The fire department had a great
,/turnout and everyone had a
5 great time. I was late, of course,
,,but I did manage to limp down
there.
SThe St.Marks Fire Depart-
fment wants to thank everyone
iwho came and those who
helped make it a success. Our
fire department needs every-
one's support. They need more
members and you don't have
Ito be a rocket scientist to be
a member. You don't have
tp dress up or have a college
,degree. Just come to the next
meeting on Thursday, May 3
|iat 7-p.m. Everyone is invited to
?'come and find out what it's all
about and how you can help.


BUCKHORN
NEWS
By Ethel Skipper

A thought for the week: Hu-
mans are social creatures. In
the beginning God said it is not
;:good for man to be alone. We
are.notmade to live in isolation.
I solitary life is a defective life.
" No individual is complete on
his own.
One cannot just fill one area
Sof life duties. We cannot flourish
or achieve our potential unless
we find and fill our role in a
community.
f A large extent of our iden-
tity is defined in relationships.
,Human relationships can be
a source of great joy as well
as great heartache. More than
;anything, our relationship with
others determines whether our
lives are happy or miserable.
How we perceive and relate
,to others is determined by what
is inside our own hearts. Seek
reconciliation and show mercy.
(Matthew 18:15-35)
The Union meeting of Tal-
lahassee Church of Christ Writ-
ten in Heaven, will be held at
Macedonia Church of Christ
beginning on Friday, April 27 at
S7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 28, will
be youth services. On Sunday at
10:30 a.m., Sunday School Noon
Day service will be held. Every-
one is welcome to attend. The
host church in charge is Skipper
Temple Church of Christ, Pastor
Ethel M. Skipper.
SThe 5th Sunday Union Meet-
"ig will be held at Zion Hill P.B,
SChurch April 27 through April
29 with Pastor Ervin Donaldson.
SWe welcome everyone.
Happy birthday to Willie J.
j Allen from your cousin Alberta
i Hines. We would like to wish a
happy birthday greeting on May
S1 to Idella Finch from your fam-
ily and friends.
On May 1, Mother Lossie Mae
Rosier will celebrate another
birthday. We all send you many
Blessed greetings, your sisters-
in-law, Ethel Mae and Alberta.
Enjoy your day.

Sanders family
to hold reunion


The annual Nat and Gladys
Sanders family reunion will be
held Saturday, May 5 at 11 a.m.
at Ochlockonee River State Park
in Sopchoppy. Participants are
asked to bring a covered dish
and memories to share. For more
information, call Marjorie Gray
at 926-3146.


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A Free Press
Your Key
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there Margaretl
ST. MARKS For those of you who haven't
tried the "Chanel Marker Deli"
NEWS yet, you are missing out on
some good food. They even
By Linda Walker have baby back ribs, smoked
mullet and lots of other good-
ies. You can get it to go or sit
When I was a member a outside at one of the tables.
hundred years ago we had a lot Now let's wish "Lil Bill"
of members and we cared about Morgan Happy 11th Birthday
our town. It was like family. We on April 28. He is the son of
had cookouts, fish fries and all Bill and Donna Morgan and the
kinds of fund-raisers. The whole grandson of Latrelle Sessions
town seemed to take part in and the great-grandson of Alice
everything we did. What hap- Knowles.
opened? Too busy? Too tired? You Happy anniversary to Bill
need to stop and think what and Donna on their 12th an-
would we do without our fire niversary on April 29. You done
department? Wake up and go well girl
to the next meeting and act like On our prayer list please
you care about our town. You remember Thelma Murphy,
will be welcome. Margaret Bishop, Tammy Ward,
Neighbors, I knew that Mar- Alice Knowles. Zelda and Mau-
garet Bishop always wanted rice Barron, Kathleen Causey,
a halo but she went about it Newell Ladd, Nettie, Junior and
the wrong way the other day. Gordon Strickland, Jett Harper,
She was cutting her grass and Benita Triplett and her family,
turned over backwards in the Jerelene Howard, Nancy Nichols,
ditch and cracked her neck. So Jim and Eddie Ward, my brother,
now she has to wear a "halo" John Cospillane and his family
brace. She is getting better, but and pray for all of those not
by the by the grace of God, she named here. Pray for our fami-
can still walk and move around lies, our town, our country and
though very carefully. Hang in pray for peace.

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People


Glovers ce

50th anniv
Barrie and Betty Glover of
Crawfordville celebrated their
50th wedding anniversary on
April 20. The couple was mar-
ried at Southern Baptist Church
in Little Creek, Va., on April 20,
1957.
Barrie retired from federal
civil service after a 33 year

Library resin


1- V-' " 1 '

3etty Glover

lebrate

ersary
career. Betty is a homer
The couple has three chi
Rodney Glover, Angela C
and Kenneth Glover, all of
fordville, three grandch:
and two step-grandchildre
The children threw th
ple a surprise party at The
ing Restaurant on April 1


umes


usual program slate
Library Story Times were on From th
Spring Break for two weeks but of the P
resumed their regular sched- Libra
ule on Tuesday, April 24. Book . , .. .-
Babies, Book Bunch and Book _ - ,
Nook are led by Library Youth . . '
Coordinator Leilania Nichols. All .
programs are free. 0,W .ii
Book Babies resumed on Doug Ji
Tuesday, April 24, from 10:30
a.m. until 11:30 a.m. Providing children (K-5) will continue
interactive storytelling and cre- on break for April and Ma
* ative play for the youngest set wil resume as part of the
and designed to meet the devel- mer Reading Program act
opmental needs of infants and in June. Reading PLS ANNIVERS
toddlers, Book Babies takes place
every Tuesday at 10:30 a.m.
Book Bunch resumed on,
Wednesday, April 25, at 10:30 ALL ROAD
a.m. Designed for pre-school
and home school families, this
program includes storytelling,
music appreciation, and enrich-
ment activities for preschoolers. U ( t
Book Bunch takes place every
Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. * Manicures
Book Nook, an after school * Pedicures
program for elementary school eHighlights

50th wedding * Colors *Perm
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anniversary 2481 Crawfordville I
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Nathan and Helen Ryals of
Sopchoppy celebrated their 50th
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The couple was married April 23,
retired cabinetmaker and Helen
is a homemaker.
The couple has four children,
Terry Ryals and Kathy Myers,
both of Crawfordville, Jackie / 1
Ryals of Sopchoppy, and Penny
Deese of Panacea, 10 grandchil- I
dren; and eight great-grandchil-
dren.
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First Birthdays Maritime Center
. , to hold public reception


Joshua D.M. Nazworth
Happy first birthday to Joshua
David Murray Nazworth on April
20. He is the son of Tonya Mur-
ray and Tommy Nazworth Sr., of
Crawfordville.
Maternal grandparents are Lo-
iselaine Waller of Crawfordville
and Ronald Murray of Dallas, Ga.
Paternal grandparents are Janice
Nazworth and Jimmy Nazworth
of Crawfordville.
maker. Maternal great-grandparents
ildren, are Charlotte Rozar and Robert
olletti Rozar of Woodville. Paternal
Craw- great-grandparent is Beatrice
ildren Robison of Spring Creek.
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from Basic Training
U.S. Army Pvt. John D. Corath-
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Combat Training at Fort Knox,
Ky.
During the nine-week train-
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Public instruction in drill and ceremo-
ary ny, weapons, rifle marksmanship
and bayonet training, chemical
warfare, field training and tac-
g tical exercises, armed and un-
r armed combat, military courtesy,
military justice, physical fitness,
ones first aid, and Army history, tradi-
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On Thursday, April 26 at 6:30
p.m. the Big Bend Maritime Cen-
ter will host a public reception
to celebrate the opening of the
Maritime Mini-Museum.
Currently, the museum is
occupying a storefront in the
"Shops by the Bay" in Panacea.
The project to create a Mari-
time Center in Panacea began
in 2005 with the development
of a Strategic Plan by Florida
Foresight, a non-profit organiza-
tion involved in several projects
in the Big Bend region including
the designation of the Big Bend
Scenic Byway.
It will take some time to
complete the project as suit-


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be acquired and facilities to be
developed but, eventually it is
expected to house a full' scale
"Living Museum" representing
the maritime heritage of the Big
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May 9, 2007

WCCY Coalition Members would like
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Business Leaders, Parents and Youth to
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Sports


WHS wraps up District softball crown


By KEITH BLACKMAR
kblackmar@thewakullanews.net
The Class 4A District 2 soft-
ball tournament at Tallahassee
Godby featured to identical 4-2
scores for Coach Tom Graham
'and his Wakulla Lady War
'Eagles. Thanks to outstanding
pitching and defense and some
timely hitting, Wakulla won
both contests against Panama
City Beach Arnold and Tallahas-
'see Godby.
The victory produced the
second straight district title in
Class 4A and seventh in a row
for the team overall.
Coach Graham said Wakulla
ran into a tough Arnold pitcher
the team had seen only briefly
'earlier in the season. But the
,Lady War Eagles scratched and
,clawed for enough offense to
produce the win.


: The Wakulla War Eagle base-
:ball team ran into the Class 4A
:District 2 Tournament on a roll
:by topping Taylor County and
Sneads in the final two games
of the regular season.
Coach Mike Gauger said Tay-
lor County always gives Wakulla
:a tough time and this season
-was no different. Wakulla beat
the Bulldogs 4-3 in nine innings.
;The War Eagles also dominated
: Sneads in a 13-7 victory on se-
:'nior night.
'! The-Taylor County game was
:a seesaw affair that saw both
'-teams hold the lead. But the
game remained tied at 3-3 after
four innings.
Kyle Marks broke the tie in
the ninth frame. Gauger said
he was surprised that Taylor
'County decided to pitch to
-Marks with the winning run
on third base and less than two
outs. Marks delivered a single
for the win. "It's always a tough
game with them," he said.
Marks was 3-5 with a double,
RBI and scored a run. Ryan
Leutner was 2-4. Ryan Cross was
1-2 with a double. Stuart Gilley
had a hit and an RBI. Cameron
Graves scored a run and had


Williams,

Price lead

War Eagles at

track regional

Wakulla High School senior
Tyler Price finished second
in the mile run at the Class
2A Region 1 competition and
placed first in the two mile run.
He ran times of 4:32 and 9:48
respectively.
Jeremy Williams placed sec-
ond in the shot put with a dis-
tance of 50 feet and two inches.
They are both going to the state
championships in Winter Park
on April 28.
The boys' team placed ninth
as a squad. The girls' team placed
21st as a team.
Kiara Gay qualified for region-
als with a fourth place finish in
the long jump. She jumped 16
feet, 10 inches.
- The regionals were held
at Jacksonville Bolles High
School.
Say You Saw It In
The Wakulla News


Brianna Fordham started
on the mound for Wakulla and
pitched three innings. She gave
up two hits and one unearned
run while walking one and
striking out five.
She gave way to Dana Roloff
who won the game to improve
her record to 11-1 on the season.
Roloff pitched four innings
and gave up one unearned run
and two hits while striking out
four.
Graham said he was forced
to move players around after
catcher Kaitlin Gallamore in-
jured her jaw. Ashley Spears
moved to catcher and Fordham
moved to centerfield while Rol-
off took over on the mound.
"We hadn't seen her much,"
said Graham of the Arnold
pitcher. "She signed with Gulf
Coast Community College. She


a walk. Kevin Langston added
a hit. Justin Pichard had a hit,
scored a run and had a walk. An-
drew Mellow had three walks
while Matthew Sharp had a
walk. Ryan Smith had a double
and scored the winning run on
the Marks single.
Kevin Langston pitched three
innings and gave up two runs,
one earned run, two hits and
two walks while striking out
two. Rance McBratney pitched
two innings and gave up an
unearned run on four hits with
a strikeout.
Ryan Cross pitched three in-
nings and gave up two hits with
two strikeouts and Casey Brown
finished with one inning and
gave up one hit to improve to
2-1 on the season. He also has
three saves.
- Wakulla built a 10 run lead
against Sneads before the Pi-
rates had a seven run inning
to make the game close. Ryan
Leutner was the winning pitch-
er. He improved to 5-2 on the
season with one hit in three
innings. Stuart Gilley pitched 1
1/3 innings and gave up seven
runs with six being earned.
Ryan Smith gave up one hit


pitched a heck of a ball game.
We just couldn't get a hit when
we needed it."
Gallamore was 1-1 with a run
scored before getting hurt base
running. Megan Rollins had a
hit and Lacey Crum was 1-3 with
an RBI. Chelsea Collins was 3-3
with a triple and an RBI. Han-
nah Lovestrand was 1-1 with an
RBI and a run scored.
Arnold held a 2-1 lead into
the bottom of the sixth inning
before Wakulla recovered and
scored three runs.
After surviving the Arnold
scare, Wakulla beat top seeded
Godby by the same score. Roloff
pitched an outstanding game
as she gave up one earned run,
four hits and two walks with
one strikeout. "She pitched a
real good game," said Graham.
"She really kept them off bal-


in 1 2/3 innings. Casey Brown
pitched the seventh inning.
Wakulla scored five runs in
the second inning, four in the
third, one run in the fourth and
three in the sixth.
Jordan Miller was 4-5 with an
RBI while Gilley was 3-4 with
four RBIs and three runs scored.
Graves had a 1-3 day with two
RBIs. Smith was 2-4 with two
runs scored and Marks was 2-5.
Sharp had a hit and scored two
runs. Pichard was 1-4 with two
runs scored and Leutner was 1-2
with two runs scored.
Wakulla opened the dis-
trict tournament with a game
against East Gadsden at Panama
City Bay on Tuesday, April 24. If
Wakulla wins against the Jag-
uars, they will advance against
the host Bay team on Wednes-
day, April 25. The championship
game will be played at Bay on
Friday, April 27.
Godby is the top seed fol-
lowed by Bay, Wakulla, Rickards,
Panama City Beach Arnold and
East Gadsden. The top two
teams in the district will make
the state playoffs.
Wakulla improved to 17-8 on
the season.


ance."
Wakulla jumped out to a 2-0
lead early and took momentum
away from the Lady Cougars.
Wakulla added another run
in the third to lead 3-0 before
Godby made the score 3-2.
Wakulla added an insurance run
late in the game.
Godby got a runner as far
as second base before Roloff
could record the final out of
the game,
Fordham had a double, sto-
len base, RBI, scored a run and
was hit by a pitch. Karlyn Scott
had a hit and a stolen base
while scoring two runs. Collins
hit a double and had an RBI.
Roloff had an RBI as well.
Gallamore returned from
her injury to go 1-2 with a run
scored and a walk. Lacey Crum
was 1-4.
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Wakulla hosted Pensacola
Escambia in the first round of
the state playoffs on Tuesday,
April 24. A victory against Es-
cambia will advance Wakulla to
play either Bradford County or
Jacksonville Paxon on Friday,
April 27 on the road. Godby trav-
eled to play district champion
Navarre on the road on April 24.
The regional finals will be played
Tuesday, May 1 for teams that
survive the first two games of
the playoffs.


Wakulla improved to 19-8 on
the season.

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Sheriff's FSU fund-raiser hits target again


By JIM LAMAR
Special to the Wakulla News
The fund-raiser turned into
a "friend-raiser" - and Wakulla
County Sheriff David Harvey
said that is cause for celebra-
tion.
More than 300 people attend-
ed the Second Annual Seminole
Booster Appreciation Day last
week at the Harvey-Young Farm.
The cookout featured perfor-
mances by the FSU Flying High
Circus and appearances from
FSU football coaches Mickey
Andrews and Chuck Amato as
well as more than a dozen Semi-
nole athletes. Included in that
group was quarterback Xavier
Lee, tailback Antone Smith and
cornerback Tony Carter.
"It was just excellent," Har-
vey said. "It really was. We had


at least 300 people and maybe
more. And a lot of people got
their autographs and their pho-
tographs from the coaches and
players. Everyone was very im-
pressed with the athletes. They
were all extremely polite and
well-mannered. Every single one
of them came over before they
left and thanked us multiple
times for putting it together.
They are all extremely polite
and humble kids."
The cookout followed what
was another strong showing
at a golf tournament earlier in
the day. Harvey said roughly 30
teams took part in the tourney.
Proceeds from both the cook-
out and the golf tournament
are being donated to an ath-
letic scholarship fund for FSU
student-athletes from Wakulla


County. Last year, the cookout
and golf tournament raised
nearly $15,000 for the scholar-
ship fund.
Andy Miller, president of
Seminole Boosters, Inc., praised
the efforts turned in by Harvey
and Steve Brown and the volun-
teers who made the fund-raiser
possible.
"I'd like to thank all the
people of Wakulla County who
supported this event, which
funds an athletic scholarship for
a Wakulla County student-ath-
lete," Miller said. "Sheriff David
Harvey and Steve Brown and
so many other volunteers have
built a great golf tournament
and banquet. We have enjoyed
a rich tradition of great players
and great Seminole Boosters
coming from our neighboring


county and we look forward to
that tradition continuing for a
long time to come."
Harvey said he hopes the
event raised even more money
for the scholarship fund this
year.
"We haven't tallied it all up
yet, but I think we'll probably'
do slightly better than we did
last year," Harvey said. "But the
big thing was just exposing
Florida State to so many people.
We reduced the price of tickets
this year because we wanted to
make it a 'friend-raiser' as much
as a fund-raiser. We're going to
do this every year, and we want
people to remember it."
Folks who attended the cook-
out may not have any troubles
remembering this year's event.
Harvey said the FSU Flying


WHS tennis battles tough draw


High Circus may have stolen
the spotlight from the football
players, coaches and other stu-
dent-athletes.
"The circus act was a huge
hit," Harvey said. "The kids
over there -- and the adults --
were spellbound watching the
circus performers. They put a
little stage out there and did a
miniature circus - it was quite
remarkable."


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nis Coach dave Price was not
pleased with the seeding for his
tennis squad as WHS competed
in the district championships
April 16 and April 17 in Tal-
lahassee.
"The Rickards coach put us
up against Panama City Beach
Arnold in the first round even
though we were seeded," said
Price. "Arnold was the best team
in the district. They barely beat
Sus 4-3."
Will Harvey won the fifth
Seed singles championship. Joey
Yore and Caleb Fisher won a
doubles match at second seeded
doubles.
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gles, Woody Harvey at second
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third seeded singles and Jared
Lowe at fourth seeded singles.
Price and Woody Harvey com-
peted at first seeded doubles.
Jesse Mohr was in the finals
of the fourth seeded singles. All
of the Lady War Eagles won at
least one match.
The players included Nina
Reich at first seeded singles, J.V.
Varner at second seeded singles,
Jen Roberts at third seeded
singles and Ginny Weiss at fifth
seeded singles.
Reich and Varner played first
seeded doubles and Roberts and
Mohr played second seeded
doubles.
"Having spring break before


War Eagles place fifth

at state weightlifting meet


The Wakulla War Eagle
weightlifting team placed in a
tie for fifth at the Class 1A State
Weightlifting Championships in
Daytona Beach last week.
Panama City Beach Arnold
won the team title followed by
Altha, Blountstown, Bushnell
South Sumter and Wakulla and
Jacksonville Bolles.
Mookie Forbes placed sev-
enth in the 119 pound class by-!
lifting a total of 340 pounds.
Travis Williams placed fourth
in the 139 pound category with


a total lift of 480 pounds.
Nigel Bradham placed second
in the 238 pound category with
a total lift of 715 pounds. Ken-
dell Webster placed 10th in the
same weight class with a total
of 620 pounds.
The class winner was Da-
mion McGriff of Godby with
725 pounds
Heavyweight Tim Dawson
placed sixth in his weight class
with a total lift of 670 pounds.
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Outdoors


That was the kind of week-
lend we have come to expect in
,Wakulla County. Mild days and
;just enough breeze to push you
across the flats. Add with that
Ithe fish were biting and what
:more could a person want?
All of the bait and tackle
.stores were happy and are hop-
:ing for more of the same.
Dale Evans at Advantage
'Marine took his wife Erica and
:Brandon Willis in his boat, and
:Roy McCloud and party followed
:him in his boat. Dale said they
fished the Zoom jerk bait and
Gulp jerk bait and limited out
on trout fishing, mainly around
the FSU Marine Lab and Dog
Island. Most of the fish they
caught around Dog Island were
: small, but they said they must
have caught and released over
200 trout. Dale said the folks in
the McCloud boat released all of
their fish but would have limited
out also.
Capt. Luke Frazier went out
with Dan Bickerstaff and his.
'sons, Jacob and Caleb. They
trolled for grouper and caught
about three grouper and one
king. They went to one of the
towers and caught some nice
black snapper along with a 50.8-
pound cobia.
Juanise said despite the fact
they were without shrimp, plenty
of fish were caught. Joey Wright
.fished Mashes Sands in the
canals with the electric chicken
grubs and caught trout and reds.
Buddy Spence and Buddy Spence
-Jr. fished East River Pool at the
St. Marks Refuge and caught 45
red bellies and six bass using
crickets. Mike and Karen John-
son fished the Rock Piles east of
the Lighthouse and caught both
reds and trout using the Gulp
and live shrimp. Joe Wimberly


From The Dock
:-- BY CAPT. JODY CAMPBELL


and Scott Taft fished the grass
behind St. George and caught
trout and Spanish.
Scott at Jerry's said Paul
Houser fished Deep Creek with
Gulps and limited out on trout
to 23 inches. Karla Solland
caught a 24-inch red at Stoney
Bayou, fishing shrimp under a
Cajun Thunder. Andrew Yadon
and Chris Comerford, two FSU
students that Scott says prob-
ably fish more than attend
school, fished the deep drop off
the Live Oak Reef and caught
and released two reds over 40
inches.
Jamal Reynolds caught his
first blue plus five Spanish and
two trout. He fished out from
Little Pass with live shrimp. Jon
Rivers also fished Little Pass and
caught trout and reds. Mike Had-
den and his son Hunter caught
five Spanish out by the St. Marks
number 1 Marker. They were
using live shrimp.
Mike Hopkins said fishing
continues to be very good in-
shore around Lanark. Most trout
are coming from Turkey Point
Shoals in 3 to 6 feet of water and
also Ballast Cove, Tyson Harbor
and Umbrella Cove at Dog Is-
land. The holes on front of Dog
Island are also producing. Reds
continue to be caught around
the docks along Hwy 98. Span-
ish are everywhere and some
pompano are still being caught
around St. George. Offshore


grouper fishing continues to be
good in 50 to 95 feet of water
with LY's and live pinfish.
Some kings and cobia were
also caught over the weekend.
Todd Anderson from Dawson-
ville, Ga., went to 95 feet of
water and they caught some big
snapper and lots of red grouper.
They fished mainly with LY's
and squid. When things slowed
down, Todd fished a Shimano
Butterfly Spoon, which is a
vertical jigging spoon and he
caught grouper every time he
dropped it to the bottom. These
types of spoons were originally
made for commercial Japanese
fishermen.
Allan Hobbs at Shell Island
Fish Camp in St. Marks said his
people have been loading up
with Spanish and trout in 6 to 8
feet of water using live shrimp.
Allan took over Shell Island
from his dad and has one of the
last remaining real fish camps
around. Most have sold out to
developers and were torn down
and replaced with condos. Alan
said he has been approached
by plenty of people to sell out
but he enjoys the business too
much and likes to see people
catch fish and have a good
time. He has to love it or why
else would he get up at 4 in the
morning and drive to Keaton
Beach to ensure his customers
had shrimp that day?
Ken Voland had his 6-year-


Tom Riddle and his son Chase
went out Sunday afternoon and
caught three bull sharks to 9 feet
long using Spanish Mackerel. On
Friday night, Tom and his son
hooked three that they couldn't
even slow down.
On Thursday, I fished with
Jerry Evans from Wakulla Bank
and his son Chandler. We caught
and released about 40 Spanish,
countless number of blues, 20 or
so trout and also had one floun-
der and four pompano, which
made it to the cooler. I
Everything was caught on live
shrimp under the Cajun Thunder
except the flounder. On Sunday,
I fished a half day with Allisop
Defoor II and his wife, Terry, anrd
we caught and released about 20
Spanish and as many blues arid
also caught two pompano. Again
live shrimp under the Cajuh
Thunder was the ticket.
Fishing is good, but I think'a
good rain would make our trout
fishing better.
Remember to leave that floit
plan with someone and be care-
ful out there. Good luck and
good fishing!


Allie Voland, 6, shows off the three-pound blue fish she caught.


old granddaughter, Allie, and
her father, Todd, down for the
weekend and they caught lots
of trout, Spanish and blues. Al-
lie caught the most and biggest
trout and a three-pound blue.
She was able to reel in the trout
and small blues but had to ask
for help on the bigger one. The
first time Ken and Doug went
out, Allie stayed home with her
grandmother Sarah and caught
pinfish off the dock and fed
them to a pelican, which quickly
became her friend.
Brian Lowe of Crawfordville


took his buddies Travis and
Jeremy out and they caught 10
grouper and a 60-pound cobia.
They were fishing in about 65
feet of water.
The Jeff May party from Car-
rolton, Ga., was back again and
they have been catching lots of
trout, Spanish, blues and an occa-
sional pompano. Mike Pearson,


I've discussed the Great Blue
'Heron and the Sandhill Crane, a
bird often mistaken for the Great
Blue. Going down in size I also
discussed the Reddish Egret,
which can also be confused with
the Great Blue Heron. Then we
touched on the lovely white
Great Egret and also on the Tri-
* colored Heron.
Last week's Wakulla Wildlife
touched on the night herons:
the Yellow-crowned and Black-
crowned as well as the American
and Least Bitterns. We've still
got the delicate Snowy Egret
and Cattle Egret as well as the
Little Blue Heron, which like the
Snowy and Cattle is white, at
least for its first year. These birds
start molting at about 9 to 10
,months. They grow out of their
white plumage and into the slate
-blue plumage as adults. Stand-
'ing about 16 inches tall, the
Little Blue has a unique feeding
posture as it slowly stalks over
Shallow aquatic areas.
Their neck will point up about
40 percent from their bodies, and
their head and bill will, in turn,
,be pointed down toward their
potential next meal. So as they
sneak along, the head/bill and
neck are an inverted "V" which,
from a great distance, even when
.silhouetted, is their signature or
,outstanding field mark.
; Snowy Egrets are unique,
'They've got yellow feet, which
-they'll submerge and shake
next to the bottom. The stirred-
up mud will attract small fish
which, as they swim over the
yellow feet, are exposed to the
heron's sharp eyesight. The
snowy will occasionally "canopy
feed" by spreading its wings to
startle fish or shade the water so
there is less reflection.
I've only seen them canopy
feed a few times, but they will do
iti Another way for them to feed,
which rarely any other long-
legged waders use, is to literally
fly over the surface and pluck
minnows from the surface
The aigrette plumes off the
back of their head and the white
plumage and yellow feet are
their identification marks.
Our Cattle Egrets didn't ex-
ist in North America until the
1950s. They literally flew, and are
still flying across the Atlantic to
North America from Africa and
Asia. They are now one of the
most abundant heron/egret-type
birds on our continent, including
Alaska. Unlike all the others of
their breed, they never eat fish
and generally shy away from
water except for a place to roost
or nest.
They prefer, as I'm certain
you've observed, to walk next to
cattle or follow farm equipment
as insects are flushed. They'll
land on the backs of hoofed
animals, even our White-tailed


.. .


BY GEORGE WEYMOUTH


Deer, and snatch up horseflies
attracted to these hairy critters.
Right now, the Cattle Egrets,
which returned to our region
about a month ago from Central
and South Florida, are starting
to breed and nest. They've taken
on a yellowish crown and their
legs and the fleshy area around
their eyes have turned orange.
But, about 10 to 15 hours before
and after breeding, these flesh
areas turn a vivid crimson red. As
quickly as it comes, they breed,
and it fades.
The delicate snowy gets a
salmon pink glow in its yellow
during breeding. And the fleshy
area around the eyes, called the
Lore, turns deep salmon pink.
The last of the long-legged wad-
ers to discuss is the Green Heron.
They were recently renamed
Green Heron from the Green-
backed Heron, for they have a
distinctly green back.
Their outstanding field mark,
is their small size, about a foot
long with neck folded, and about
6 to 10 inches tall. Unlike other
heron, the Green is often in an
inverted position - body above
head and neck, for they typically
sneak down on exposed roots
or snags that have fallen into
the water. There they'll perch,
intently staring into the water
in search of prey. When a fish or
other victim swims by, the Green
will spear it, extending its body
to the maximum over the water.
With the tight grip they have
on their perch, they'll actually
be able to withdraw themselves
back up on the perch.
The Green Heron has been
observed actually using tools,
or fishing lures, if you will. At


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where I used to work in the
1960s, one was observed taking
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to the ground from a vending
machine and flying with it in its
beak to a favorite fishing spot.
There, the bird would drop the
chow into the water below it and
wait for guppy-like minnows to
swim up to nibble at the chow.
The bird was fishing with
bait. This was observed in the
National Geographic magazine
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Apr 26, 07 5:11 AM 11:49 AM 5:28 PM 11:38 PM
Fri 0.9 ft. 2.4 ft. 1.0 ft.
Apr 27, 07 5:56 AM 12:17 PM 6:19 PM
Sat 2.2 ft. 1.0 ft. 2.5 ft. 0.6 ft.
Apr 28, 07 12:34 AM 6:29 AM 12:43 PM 6:59 PM
Sun 2.3 ft. 1.1 ft. 2.7 ft. 0.2 ft.
Apr 29, 07 1:16 AM 6:57 AM 1:08 PM 7:34 PM
Mon 2.4 ft. 1.1 ft. 2.8 ft. -0.1 ft.
Apr 30, 07 1:53 AM 7:21 AM 1:31 PM 8:07 PM
Tue 2.5 ft. 1.2 ft. 2.9 ft. -0.2 ft.
May 1, 07 2:28 AM 7:45 AM 1:53 PM 8:39 PM_
Wed 2.5 ft. 1.3 ft. 2.9 ft. -0.3 ft.
May 2, 07 3:01 AM 8:10 AM 2:15 PM 9:10 PM


Shell Point, Spring Creek

Date High Low High Low High
Thu 0.8 ft. 2.8 ft. 1.6 ft. 2.8 ft.
Apr 26, 07 5:29 AM 12:02 PM 5:46 PM 11:51 PM
Fri 0.9 ft. 3.1 ft. 1.1 ft.
Apr 27, 07 6:14 AM 12:30 PM 6:37 PM
Sat 2.9 ft. 1.1 ft. 3.3 ft. 0.6 ft.
Apr 28, 07 12:47 AM 6:47 AM 12:56 PM 7:17 PM
Sun 3.1 ft. 1.2 ft. 3.5 ft. 0.2 ft.
Apr 29, 07 1:29 AM 7:15 AM 1:21 PM 7:52 PM
Mon 3.2 ft. 1.3 ft. 3.7 ft. -0.1 ft.
Apr_30, 07 2:06 AM 7:39 AM 1:44 PM 8:25 PM
Tue 3.2 ft. 1.3 ft. 3.8 ft. -0.2 ft.
May 1, 07 2:41 AM 8:03 AM 2:06 PM 8:57 PM
Wed 3.3 ft. 1.4 ft. 3.8 ft. -0.3 ft.
May 2, 07 3:14 AM 8:28 AM 2:28 PM 9:28 PM


Dog Island West End

Date High Low High Low High
Thu 0.4 ft. 2.3 ft. 1.0 ft. 2.1 ft.
Apr 26,07 4:36 AM 11:53 AM 5:01 PM 11:09 PM
Fri 0.6 ft. 2.4 ft. 0.7 ft.
Apr 27, 07 5:20 AM 12:09 PM 5:53 PM
Sat 2.1 ft. 0.9 ft. 2.4 ft. 0.4 ft.
Apr_28, 07 12:39 AM 5:57 AM 12:22 PM 6:37 PM
Sun 2.2 ft. 1.1 ft. 2.6 ft. 0.1 ft.
Apr 29, 07 1:50 AM 6:28 AM 12:34 PM 7:16 PM
Mon 2.3 ft. 1.3 ft. 2.7 ft. -0.1 ft.
Apr 30, 07 2:50 AM 6:55 AM 12:46 PM 7:51 PM
Tue 2.4 ft. 1.5 ft. 2.8 ft. -0.2 ft.
May 1, 07 3:44 AM 7:18 AM 1:01 PM 8:24 PM
Wed 2.4 ft. 1.7 ft. 2.9 ft. -0.3 ft.
May 2, 07 4:34 AM 7:39 AM 1:20 PM 8:54 PM


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Sunset
Moon rise
Moon set
Brightness


Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday
6:59 am 6:58 am 6:57 am 6:56 am 6:55 am 6:54 am 6:53 am
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day, the seas were calm, and
there was a slight breeze with a
warm sun.
Jim McGill is known as the
man who wears many hats. In
addition to being member train-
ing officer for both Flotilla 13
and Division 1, he is a qualified
Proctor for all of the Auxiliary
Specialty Courses (Communica-
tions, Patrol, Search and Rescue,
etc.) More about Jim's activities
this past week is included in
Flotilla 12's news.
Sunday was taken up with on-
the-water training testing. Again
Ron Piasecki was the coxswain
with Michael Longanecker as
crew. Participating in the train-
ing were Todd Acker and Richie
Calhoun. Also aboard was Jim
McGill wearing another one of
his many hats - that being a QE
(Qualified Examiner in the boat
crew training program.)
Joe Tillman and I provided ra-
dio guard for them and we spent
a lot of time cleaning the radio
room there at the Coast Guard
Auxiliary station. It is amazing
the variety of things that found
their way into that room during
the off-season months. I won't
say it will stand a "white glove"
inspection like it does after
Marge and Tom Jones are on
diuty, but at least you can get in
the door now.
And that brings to mind a
very wonderful thing that hap-
pened this past week. I had gone
down to the Auxiliary station
and coming back I met Ray Gray,
Director of the Parks and Recre-
ation Department.
In due time, I asked him the
i same question that I have been
asking everyone for weeks, "Do
you know anyone who has a
desk they would like to donate
to the station." The one we had
finally collapsed.
Surprise, Surprisel Ray calmly
asked "How large." Then he
made a quick telephone call,
asked me if I would be available
in. about an hour so the desk
could be delivered. Not only was


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Carolyn Treadon takes her test.


it delivered, but was "walked up
all those steps. The elevator was
too small.
Flotilla 13 is indeed most
grateful to the Parks and Rec-
reation Department. I want to
add my personal thank you to
those wonderful men who, after
bringing it upstairs, were brave
enough to ask, "Where do you
want it?" After a couple of ideas
that didn't work out, we found
the perfect spot."
Yes, even in this day and age,
there are still happy endings.
As I said in the column last
week, there were four other
awards presented at our meeting
last week, but the pictures were
delayed, so we waited until this
week. Fred and Eleanor Carlan,
Joe Tillman and Mae Waters
were presented the Presidential
Unit Citation and ribbon for
"their meritorious achievement
and outstanding performance
in action from Aug. 29 to Sept.
13 2005 in preparation for, and
response and recovery to the
devastation wrought by Hurri-
cane Katrina. Night."
This coming weekend, April
27 to April 29 is the Stephen C.
Smith Memorial Regatta at Shell


Point. This is always a fun time
with our members trying to be
twins -- one to participate in
the Regatta and the other to do
Coast Guard Auxiliary duty.
The following Saturday, May
5, is the Blue Crab Festival in
Panacea. That is always a busy
and fun filled time.
And now, Carolyn Brown
Treadon's report on Flotilla 12
activities.

"Congratulations to the five
members who this week com-
pleted Seamanship class. A
special congratulations goes to
David Guttman who scored a
100 percent on
the final exam. While the
rest of us did not measure up
to his high bar, we all passed.
Other members included: Chuck
Hickman, Bev Suban, Larry Kolk
and Carolyn Treadon. Many
thanks to Flotilla 12 members,
Mark Rosen and Steve Hults for
instructing us and Jim McGill
(Flotilla 13) for taking time to
come and proctor our final exam.
(Jim also took the pictures.)
Saturday was our second ABC
class of the season. With a class-


room full of participants, we had
a great time teaching safe boat-
ing and sharing personal experi-
ences. Many thanks to Dave and
Bev Suban, Harry Stacey, Mark
Rosen and Duane and Carolyn
Treadon for taking a Saturday to
help, out. All who took the class
passed the final exam, including
three young boaters
This coming weekend, we will
be having a crew training day
down at the St Marks Volunteer
Fire Station. The morning will
be spent brushing up on our
skills in navigation, knot tying,
towing and person overboard
recovery. Weather permitting;
the afternoon will be spent on
the water continuing training in
towing, person overboard and
other crew duties.
Sunday we will be working
down at the St Mark's Wildlife
Refuge to get our Communica-
tions trailer and antenna ready
for the season. Chuck Hickman
and Tom Ziko have been hard
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Page 12A - THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, April 26, 2007


Relay: Community sponsors and volunteers made event possible


Continued from page 1A

special thanks to the outstand-
ing news coverage that we re-
ceived from The Wakulla News,
Wakulla.com, Wakulla Digest
and Wave 94.1, said Brown.
' "We also appreciate the gen-
erosity of this year's corporate
sponsors. Relay For Life would
not be possible without them.
Our corporate sponsors are: All
American Ford, Ameris Bank,
Wakulla Bank, Wakulla County
School Board, Lost Creek Land
Development, The Barry & Min-
dy Waters Family, Gulf State
Community Bank, Wakulla Gulf
Coast Lumber, Edwin Brown
& Associates, Inc., Capital City
Bank, Lynn Brothers Seafood
V, Progress Energy, St. Marks
Powder, Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital, Vause Mechanical Con-
tracting, Wakulla Council of Real-
tors in memory of Vicky Smith,
Air Con of Wakulla, E-Partners,
Frances Casey Lowe, PA, Inspired
Technologies, North State Title
Company, Rascal Enterprise, LLC
dba Rascal Auto Sales, Wakul-
la Appraisal, Wakulla Realty,
yVakulla Title Company, Thur-
mnan Roddenberry & Associates,
nyic., Budget Blinds of Tallahas-
see, Carroll Appraisal Company,
Inc., Century 21 Florida Coastal
Properties, Fusione, Inc., Hartung
$i Noblin Realtor, Harvey-Young
funeral Home, Wakulla County


Photo by Kathy Galloway
SHE AIN'T HEAVY: Pictured (front, center) is Karen Tully, Honorary Survivor Chair of the 2007 Relay for
Life. She is pictured with brothers Joe (from left), Charles, Bobby, Billy, and sister Rita Sparkman.


Commissioner Maxie Lawhon,
Mike Scott Construction, Inc.,
Ochlockonee Bay Realty, Pana-
cea Coastal Construction, Piano
Studio of Mary Updegraff, Score
Federal Union, SE Home Build-
ing Services, Inc., The Nimble
Thimble, Total Care Dental,
Wakulla.com, Wal-Mart, and
Williams Panhandle Propane,


Inc.," Brown added.
A wrap-up party will be held
May 10 at the Inn at Wildwood
at 7 p.m. Relay participants and
sponsors are invited.
The Wakulla County Relay
Life Committee Members were:
Linda Stalvey, Gillie Garcia,
Darren Webb, Dalynda Vause,
Queen Webster, Geneva Stokely,


Judy Brown, Louann Crum, Bar-
bara Updegraff, Alice Stokely,
Dale Litchfield, Tonya Law, Ra-
chel Pienta, Susan Dees, Kelly
Smith, Ashli Whitehead, Lavern
Chapman, Susan Payne Turner,
Nancy Floyd Richardson, Sara
Daw, Judy Davis, Kim Houston,
Gail Finley, Tara Sanders, and
Cori Revell.


HoltOn Top goal now is helping the War Eagles win a state title
Continued from page 1A both came to realize that Florida coaches and then we did it." this team reach its
State was the right place for Like Bradham, Holton said Klees said he


for a slow start in the class-
.oom.
"C.J.'s only problem was that
he was a little behind in his
grades," Klees said. "But his up-
:side is incredible. A safety that
5xuns a 4.42 40 and is going to
be 6-2, 200 pounds? Everybody
.wants an athlete like that."
1 Though Holton and Bradham
committed at the same time,
Both players said they were not
.a "package deal." They simply


them after a recent trip to the
Tallahassee campus.
"We had talked about going
to the same school," Holton
said. "But it wasn't really like
that. He made his decision and
I made mine."
Said Bradham: "We both
knew right away. I said, 'Man,
I've got something to tell you.'
We both couldn't stop smiling.
So we decided to go home and
talk to our parents and our


0Bradham: Mind made up
�BahmwMn aeu


Continued from page 1A

Florida - you're going to have
more attention," Klees said. "The
biggest difference is that instead
of having assistant coaches in
your office, you've got head
coaches in your office.
"It's exciting at first. You're
getting all these letters and text
messages from the coaches you
see on TV. But after awhile, when
you're trying to do your home-
work or focus on real-world stuff,
it's not so fun because you're still
getting all those calls."
Of course, Klees is quick to
point out that verbal commit-
ments, such as Bradham's, are
non-binding until the player
signs a letter of intent in Febru-
ary. That means other colleges
are free to continue recruiting
the War Eagles star.
"He knew where he wanted to
go, and he thinks this will help
slow it down some," Klees said.
"And it will for some. The USC's
4nd the other schools across the
country will back off now. But
the Floridas and the other SEC
Schools won't stop right away."
: If Bradham was hoping that
his early commitment would
convince the coaches from other
programs to stop calling, he
found out quickly that wouldn't
be the case.
Within minutes of the time
his commitment to Florida State
hit the Internet, he received a
text message from the Florida
3ators.
S"As soon as we did it, it was
all over the [Internet]," Bradham


said. "As soon as you could type
it, it was out there. And as soon
as we did it, the Gators sent me
a message saying, 'It's not over
until February on Signing Day.'
"But I'm not going to change
my mind. They can do whatever
they want, but I'm not chang-
ing."
With the few days remain-
ing before Wakulla High begins
spring practice, Bradham report-
edly is helping Florida State
round up more recruits. He is
calling some of the high-profile
players on Florida State's wish
and already has helped the
Seminoles grab seven early com-
mitments.
Bradham said his goal is to
help Florida State rebound from
its recent struggles and return to
national prominence. But first,
he plans on helping the War
Eagles make a run for a state
championship.
"Now I can be 100 percent
focused on my senior season,"
Bradham said. "My goal is to
get better every day and try to
get this team to the state cham-
pionship."
ON THE WATER AT
PANACEA HARBoR MARINA








9T - td o 4 Rod LAdiq Ro.d


his primary goal now is leading
the War Eagles on a state cham-
pionship run. With only a few
players gone from last season's
state playoff team, Holton said
.the only thing separating the
War Eagles from a champion-
ship is hard work.
"I want a state champion-
ship," Holton said. "I don't think
I played as well as I could have
last year. I'm going to work on
my speed and strength to help


goal."
is counting


on Holton, Bradham and the
War Eagles' other seniors to
lead the team into spring drills
next week.
But, he said, with so many
college recruiters on campus,
motivation shouldn't be hard
to come by.
"You don't have to motivate
a kid when you've got Bobby
Bowden and Urban Meyer on
campus," Klees said. "It's a win-
win for everybody."


Slaying: Conflicting stories


Continued from page 1A

a handgun that Gossett reput-
edly kept under the seat. After
breaking into the vehicle and
failing to find the gun, Harts-
field said Gossett confronted
him and followed him into the
street. Chrysler then walked up
behind Gossett and hit him in
the head with the butt of his
gun. He then saw Chrysler and
Gossett fall to the ground, and
he began running and heard
several shots. Hartsfield said he
never saw a gun or other kind of
weapon in Gossett's hand.
Gossett was shot several
times in the torso outside his
mobile home on Jer-Be-Lou
Boulevard in Panacea at about
2 a.m. on Tuesday, April 17. He
stumbled to the porch of his
trailer, screaming for his mother,
who awakened and rushed to
him as he collapsed and died
in the doorway.
The two suspects are being
held at the Juvenile Assessment
and Receiving Center in Tal-


lahassee. Assistant State Attor-
ney Kathryn Ray, who handles
Wakulla County prosecutions,
said on Monday that the two
will likely be direct-filed as
adults after she receives paper-
work from the sheriff's office.
In addition to the murder
charge, the two have been
charged with burglary of a con-
veyance and petty theft. Chrys-
ler is also charged with carrying
a concealed weapon.
"We had served some search
warrants right after the murder
and we were kind of closing in
on them," Sheriff Harvey said.
"Chrysler's grandmother, who
I went to school with, called
me because she was worried
he was one of our suspects at
that point.
"And she was concerned
about him being taken into cus-
tody and that there might be an
incident during the arrest. She
really encouraged him to coop-
erate, and I made arrangements
for him to meet with Undersher-
iff (Donnie) Crum."


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The Wakulla County Board of County Commissioners proposes to
adopt the following by ordinance and has scheduled Public Hear-
ings regarding the following before the Wakulla County Planning
Commission on Monday, May 14 2007, beginning at 7:00 PM and
before the Wakulla County Board of County Commissioners on
Monday, June 04, 2007, beginning at 6:00 PM, unless otherwise
noted below or as time permits. All public hearings are held in the
County Commission Chambers located west of the County Courthouse
at 29 Arran Road, Crawfordville, Florida 32327. Interested parties are
invited to attend and present testimony.


1. Conditional Use Application: CU07-04
Applicant: Carl Wayne Neel
Agent: Faith Fellowship Church of Wakulla
Proposal: renovate building into church
Tax ID Number: 00-00-077-020-10626-003
Existing FLU Map: Urban 1 (FLUE Policy 1.2.5)
Existing Zoning: C-3 (Section 5-39, LDC)
FEMA Flood Info: "C" zone on Panel 0250-B
Parcel Size: 0.216 +/- acres
Location: 2735 Crawfordville Highway
Hearings Required: Planning Commission 05/14/2007 @ 7:00 PM
2. Rezoning Application: R07-06
Applicant: Jerry M. and Phyllis Spears
Agent: GPI Southeast, Inc.
Proposal: rezone to planned unit development
Tax ID Number: Part of 17-3s-01w-000-04443-003
Existing FLU Map: Urban 1 (FLUE Policy 1.2.5)
Existing Zoning: AG (Section 5-25, LDC)
FEMA Flood Info: "A & C" zones on 0250-B
Parcel Size: 31.0 +/- acres
Location: 203 East Ivan Road
Hearings Required: Planning Commission 05/14/2007 @ 7:00 PM and
County Commission 06/04/2007 @ 6:00 PM and
County Commission 07/16/2007 @ 6:00 PM
3. Preliminary Plat Application: PP07-04
Applicant: Jerry M. and Phyllis Spears
Agent: GPI Southeast
Proposal: create 66 lot subdivision
Tax ID Number: Part of 17-3s-01w-000-04443-003
Existing FLU Map: Urban 1 (FLUE Policy 1.2.5)
Existing Zoning: AG (Section 5-25, LDC)
FEMA Flood Info: "A & C" zones on 0250-B
Parcel Size: 31.0 +/- acres
Location: 203 East Ivan Road
Hearings Required: Planning Commission 05/14/2007 @ 7:00 PM and
County Commission 06/04/2007 @ 6:00 PM and
County Commission 07/16/2007 @ 6:00 PM
4. Final Plat Application: FP07-04
Applicant: Donald C. Herndon and Sharon S. Browning
Proposal: re-plat Lot 4 and 5 of Oak Park subdivision
Tax ID Number: 26-4s-03w- 174-00423-a04, 26-4s-03w-174-00423-a05
Existing FLU Map: Rural 1 (FLUE Policy 1.2.3)
Existing Zoning: AG (Section 5-25, LDC)
FEMA Flood Info: "A9" zones on Panel 0350-B
Parcel Size: 4.13 +/- acres
Location: 163 Clay Revell Road
Hearings Required: Planning Commission 05/14/2007 @ 7:00 PM and
County Commission 06/04/2007 @ 6:00 PM

5. Final Plat Application: FP07-05
Applicant: Scott D. Womble
Proposal: re-plat Lots 3 and 4 of Block 58 in Wakulla Gardens Unit 4
Tax ID Number: 00-00-035-011-09445-000,00-00-035-011-09445-004
Existing FLU Map: Rural 2 (FLUE Policy 1.2.4)
Existing Zoning: R-1 (Section 5-30, LDC)
FEMA Flood Info: "C" zone on Panel 0250-B
Parcel Size: 0.33 +/- acres
Location: Provo Place
Hearings Required: Planning Commission 05/14/2007 @ 7:00 PM and
County Commission 06/04/2007 @ 6:00 PM
6. Site Plan Application: SP07-06
Applicant: W.K. Whitfield, Jr. and Jean Whitfield Revell
Agent: Hargraves Engineering, LLC
Proposal: East Ivan Commercial Center Phase I
Tax ID Number: 17-3s-01w-000-04435-000
Existing FLU Map: Rural 2 (FLUE Policy 1.2.4)
Existing Zoning: C-2 (Section 5-38, LDC)
FEMA Flood Info: "A" zone on Panel 0250-B
Parcel Size: 4.28 +/- acres
Location: Northeast side of Hwy 319 and East Ivan Road
intersection
Hearings Required: Planning Commission 05/14/2007 @ 7:00 PM and
County Commission 06/04/2007 @ 6:00 PM
7. Variance Application: V07-04
Applicant: Diane D. Robida
Proposal: wetland setback variance
Tax ID Number: 20-3s-01e-154-05398-a29
Existing FLU Map: Rural 2 (FLUE Policy 1.2.4)
Existing Zoning: RR-1 (Section 5-27, LDC)
FEMA Flood Info: "A" zone on Panel 0250-B
Parcel Size: ??? +/- acres
Location: 444 River Plantation Road
Hearings Required: County Commission 06/04/2007 @ 6:00 PM
County Commission 06/04/2007 @ 6:00 PM

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


A 14-year-old Crawfordville
juvenile was charged with fir-
ing a weapon into a vehicle and
criminal mischief for shooting
at moving vehicles on April
24, according to Sheriff David
Harvey.
Mark Wayne Mekelburg of
Crawfordville reported his ve-
hicle being shot by BB pellets
near Lower Bridge Road and
Spring Creek Highway. The shot
damaged his vehicle window.
The pellet shattered the win-
dow and created $300 worth of
damage. The vehicle is owned
by Ruth Walls Robinson of
Crawfordville. While law en-
forcement officials were inves-
tigating the first call, two more
calls came in that were similar
in nature.
Kathleen Marie Shriver re-
ported having her window
broken by BB pellets. Her dam-
age was also estimated at $300.
Amanda Elizabeth Davis re-
ported BB pellets striking her
vehicle's body. Damage was
estimated at $100. Investigators
located the juvenile suspect a
short distance away.
The juvenile was transport-
ed to the Juvenile Detention
Center. Deputy Andrew Vass,
,Deputy Danny Harrell, Deputy
Lorne Whaley and Deputy Sean
Wheeler investigated.
In other activity reported by
.the Wakulla County Sheriff's Of-
;fice during the past week:
* On April 23, Cristina Bra-
:zier of Crawfordville reported
:a structure fire at her home.
The victim and a companion
:were awakened by the smell of
.smoke and the sound of a fire
',alarm. Volunteer firefighters put
:out the blaze, which started in
:a bathroom. Damage was esti-
:mated at $60,000. Lt. Pat Smith
'and Deputy Sean Wheeler in-
:vestigated.
* On April 22, Lt. Ronald
'Mitchell investigated an arson
'on Shadeville Highway near
River Plantation. Volunteer fire-
fighters put water on fire near


the tree line and on the road.
The state Fire Marshal was con-
tacted to investigate the case.
The burning material appeared
to be petroleum as well as other
chemicals.
* On April 20, William Mer-
wyn Jones II of Crawfordville
reported a grand theft of tools
from his vehicle. The tools
and equipment were valued at
$1,200. A suspect was observed
attempting to pawn some of
the stolen items at a local
business. Deputy Scott Powell
investigated.
* On April 20, Thelma G.
Gaupin of Crawfordville re-
ported a criminal mischief in
Sopchoppy. Signs on a gate had
been shot and bullet holes dam-
aged a brochure box. The bullet
holes appeared to be .25 caliber
or larger. Another real estate
box in Ochlockonee Bay was
also damaged. Deputy Casey
Whitlock investigated.
* On April 17, Steven E.
Coulliette of Crawfordville re-
ported finding a bicycle at the
St. Marks River City Park and St.
Marks Bike Trail. The bike was
impounded. Deputy Mike Crum
investigated.
* On April 19, Ernest James
Durham, 37, of Panacea was
charged with resisting an of-
ficer with violence, obstructing
justice, criminal mischief and
obstruction of execution of a
search warrant.
Lt. Ronald Mitchell, Sgt. C.L.
Morrison, Det. Eddie Wester
and Det. Fred Nichols served
a search warrant on the victim
who allegedly became unco-
operative. Investigators sub-
dued their suspect after a brief
scuffle. Deputies also allegedly
recorded verbal abuse from the
suspect.
Durham allegedly stuffed a
blanket in a holding cell toilet
and began flooding the cell.
Damage to the patrol vehicle
that transported Durham was
also reported.
* On April 17, Matthew V.


Hevener of Crawfordville report-
ed a criminal mischief as some-
one flattened his truck tires.
Damage was estimated at $600.
Suspects have been identified.
Deputy Mike Crum and Deputy
Jeff Barteld investigated.
* On April 17, Sarah A. Stains
of Panacea reported a mail
fraud. She received a letter in-
forming her of lottery winnings.
The victim gave investigators
the claims information from
Canada. Captain Steve Ganey
investigated.
* On April 23, Kim W. Hagan
of Crawfordville reported find-
ing a motorcycle that she be-
lieved was stolen. Investigators
are still attempting to determine
who owns the motorcycle. Lt.
Ray Johnson investigated.
* On April 23, Guy M. Get-
man of Tallahassee reported a
boat burglary at Marsh Harbor
Marina in Crawfordville. A GPS
unit, outboard motor and ice
chest, valued at $1,060, were
reported missing. Deputy Matt
Helms investigated.
. On April 21, Ed Dugo
of Crawfordville reported re-
covering a motorcycle in his
driveway. The cycle had been
reported stolen a short distance
away by Martha Webster. The
motorcycle is valued at $400.
Deputy Scott Powell and Sgt.
C.L. Morrison investigated.
* On April 20, Ronald W. Lee
of Panacea reported the theft of
medications and a CD player
from his vehicle. The property
is valued at $50. A forced entry
was discovered. Deputy Casey
Whitlock and Crime Scene
Investigator Steve Walker in-
vestigated.
The Wakulla County Sheriff's
Office received 727 calls for ser-
vice during the past week.

Note to our readers: The
people who are reported as
charged with crimes in this
column have not yet been to
trial and are therefore innocent
until proven guilty.


Ready or not: Tax deadlines are here


The 2006 Wakulla County
*tax cycle is coming to a conclu-
sion as the deadline for paying.
,ad valorem property taxes and,
:Municipal Service Benefit Unit
:(MSBU) bills without penalties
;has passed.
i Property owners had until
:March 31 to pay their tax bills
.without facing a three percent
penalty in April. Both the MSBU
'and ad valorem taxes must be
paid at the same time, according
to Wakulla County Tax Collector
Cheryll Olah. Olah is now in her
'third tax roll collection since
taking office.
Property owners who fail
Sto pay their taxes in April will
face additional delinquent tax
*advertising costs as well as the
possibility of having their par-
cels go through the delinquent
tax sale in late May.
Olah said she plans to ad-
;vertise the delinquent tax roll


May 3, May 10 and May 17 in
The Wakulla News and follow
the advertising with the tax
certificate sale on Wednesday,
May 30 at 10 a.m. in the county
commission chambers. Olah
added that she will hold the
Wakulla tax certificate sale on a
day other than when Leon and
Franklin counties hold theirs.
Individuals have expressed
a desire to attend tax certificate
sales in other counties but for
many years Wakulla and Frank-
lin sales have been held on the
same day, she said. This year the
Leon sale will be held on May
31 and the Franklin sale will be
held May 25.
Olah plans to bring a com-
puter to the sale and have staff
enter parcels as they are sold. As
a result, the sale will go much
faster than in past years. The
tax collector said she prefers
not to drag the tax sale over to


a second day.
Olah said her office mailed
5,093 second notices out to
property owners who have not
paid their taxes. In addition,
another 328 second notices
were sent out for potentially
delinquent personal property
taxes.
With Wakulla County growth
and a desire by individuals
to acquire real estate for less
money, the 2006 sale sale sold
all of the delinquent tax parcels
except for the ones that were
struck to the county by law.
Those parcels are property that
have Homestead Exemption
on them and are valued under
$100.
Those who have not received
a tax bill but were expecting one
may contact the tax collector's
office to see what happened to
the bill. For more information,
call Olah's office at 926-3371.


THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, April 26, 2007-Page 13A

FIRE RESCUE REPORT


This past week, your volun-
teer firefighters responded to
one vehicle fire, one fire alarm,
three brush fires, four miscel-
laneous fires, seven vehicle
accidents, one road obstruction
and 24 emergency medical first
responder incidents.

Top tips for teaching
kids fire safety
1) Escape Route Planning
- Designate two ways out of ev-
ery room and make sure children
know which routes to take in the
event of a fire emergency.
2) Windows are for More
Than Fresh Air - Make sure win-
dows are not stuck closed, that
screens can be removed quickly
and that security bars can be
opened. If a child's bedroom is
upstairs, they should be able
t. . l tJk thLL. U tac.-c in the


3) Second Floor Safety - Es-
cape ladders should be placed
near second floor windows and
children should practice using
them. For very young children, a
"mini-exercise" from a first-floor
window can at least educate the
child as to expectations.
4) Feeling Way to Safety
- Children should practice feel-
ing their way out of the home
in the dark or with their eyes
closed.
5) 9-1-1 is a Critical Teaching
Tool - Children should know
how to call 911. Let them prac-
tice on an unplugged phone.
6) Smoke Detector 101 -
Teach children about smoke de-
tectors, why they are installed,
how they work and the sound
they make.
7) Out Means Stay Out


- Teach children that once they
are out of a burning house, they
must go to the designated place
and never, ever venture back in.
If someone or a family pet is
missing, they should inform a
firefighter.
8) It's in the Touch - Instruct
kids how to check doors to see
if they are hot, and if so, how to
find another way out.
9) Stop, Drop and Roll - Teach
kids what to do in the event that
their clothes catch fire. Make
sure they understand "stop,
drop and roll". Teach them this
procedure rather than the natu-
ral instinct of running.
10) Practice Regularly - Prac-
tice your escape plan at least
twice a year with children. And
discuss all the ten tips men-
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Page 14A-THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, April 26, 2007

Trice Lane intersection to change


By KEITH BLACKMAR
kblackmar@thewakullanews.net
Wakulla County motorists
will soon have limited access
from U.S. Highway 319 to Trice
Lane north of Crawfordville.
Wakulla County Commission-
ers approved the construction
of a divisional island that will
eliminate left hand turns from
U.S. Highway 319 onto Trice
Lane for southbound traffic.
The safety improvement
should reduce the number of ac-
cidents at the busy intersection,
commissioners said.
Peavy and Son was awarded
the contract with a price of
$13,750. Commissioners ap-
proved the roadway improve-
ment unanimously.
In other matters in front of
the Wakulla County Commis-
sion on Monday, April 16:
* The board held a workshop
with members of the parks and
recreation board and Director
Ray Gray. While board members
did not take any official action,
they have suggested several pro-
posed changes to the parks and
recreation board bylaws that
they hope to approve in May.
Some of the bylaw changes
include six year terms for mem-
bers and staggered terms for all
members. The parks and recre-
ation board will make recom-
mendations to the county com-
missioners for new members
when vacancies are created. The
county accounting firm will also
be asked to audit the recreation
board's financial statements.
* The board approved the
closure of U.S. Highway 98 in
Panacea from 10 a.m. until noon
on Saturday, May 5 for the Blue
Crab Festival Parade.
* The board approved the


Church News


Conference Slated
Mt. Beasor Primitive Baptist
Church, located at 29 Win-
throp Avenue in Sopchoppy,
announced a Bible Conference
on doctrine and faith which will
be held at the church, May 3 to
May 5 with services from 7 p.m.
to 9 p.m. each night.
The conference, entitled
"Sound Doctrine-Sound Faith,"
will be conducted by some of
the area's most renowned Bible
teachers, representing more
than 200 years of ministerial,
teaching and preaching experi-
ence.
Elder Emmett Whaley, Dr.
John M. Nichols, Rev. Clyde
Owen, Dr. Robert Taylor and
Elder Bruce Taylor will expound
upon the spiritual riches con-
tained in the Holy Bible.
Inspirational music will be
provided each service by Tom
and Janie Roberts. Elder Bruce
Taylor and the congregation
at Mt. Beasor Church extend a
cordial invitation to all for this
First Annual Bible Conference.
For more information, call the
church office, 962-7843.


seeking of a $475,000 Florida
Boating Improvement Grant
application in an attempt to
build a new dock facility at Rock
Landing in Panacea.
* Commissioners approved
a workshop for 5 p.m. Monday,
May 21 to discuss the deterio-
ration of the communications
tower at the sheriff's office.
* Wakulla Station area voters
have a new polling house as
Wakulla Station Baptist Church
was selected to replace the small
voting quarters at the Wakulla
Station Fire Station.
* A funding agreement was
approved with the state Depart-
ment of Environmental Protec-
tion to spend $319,400 to replace
sand at Mash Island Park and
Shell Point Beach. The sand
was lost following the recent
hurricanes.
* The public works depart-
ment received authorization to
purchase two new trucks from
state contract. The vehicles
replace trucks that are 15 years
old and 21 years old. The cost of
the new trucks is $45,284.
* The board approved a
waste transfer site feasibility
study from Jones Edmonds and
Associates of Gainesville for
the public works department.
ESG Project Manager Cleve
Fleming said the county must
address a new waste transfer
site soon. The cost of the study
is $29,000.
* One full-time parks and
recreation position will be di-
vided into two part-time posi-
tions for the remainder of the
budget year.
* Commissioners have en-
tered into an interlocal agree-
ment with the City of St. Marks
to allow the city to use county


Day of Prayer
Pioneer Baptist Church will
host a community-wide Na-
tional Day of Prayer Service on
Thursday, May 3 at 7 p.m.
On Thursday, May 3, millions
of people from across America
will join together to celebrate
the 56th annual National Day of
Prayer. Since 1952, the National
Day of Prayer has been a pow-
erful reminder of our need to
pray, regardless of cultural and
denominational differences.
"Please join us at Pioneer
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National Day of Prayer service,"
said Pastor Dennis Hall. "We
will be praying for our commu-
nity, families, churches, schools,
military personnel, and our lo-
cal, state, and national leaders.
Patriotic music and inspiring
hymns will be sung."
Pioneer Baptist Church is
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of the Lower Bridge Road and
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THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, April 26, 2007


School


Hutchins, Hayes


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employees

Sue Hutchins, a National
Board-certified teacher, was
selected as the April teacher of
the month. She serves as a sev-
enth- and eighth-grade teacher O
at Riversprings Middle School. ,
Hutchins has been a valued
school teacher in Wakulla since
August 1989.
The award was presented
at the April 16 Wakulla County
School.Board meeting. Princi-
pal Dod Walker said he was
honored to speak on Hutchins'
behalf.
"Sue Hutchins is the defini-
tion of 'teacher' through and
through," Walker said. "She is
unafraid of risk, willing to go
the extra 10 miles for a student
in need and is the ultimate team
player. Well respected, admired,
and trusted for her entire career, l
this award is a small token of
what she deserves." .
A friend and colleague to
many, Hutchins participates
and leads at her school, at the
district-level and within the
community. She has assumed
additional leadership beyond /
the classroom as a mentor, Jl
presenter, math chairperson,
drama club sponsor, after-school
remediation teacher, test re-
viewer and curriculum revision
committee member.
Fortunately, former Principal
Bob Myhre hired Hutchins at tendant
Wakulla Middle School in 1989. refers t(
She arrived in Wakulla County Wakull
with five years' experience as a worth
Georgia sixth-grade teacher. "Trar
Hutchins spent her childhood children
in Brunswick, Ga. Following her experie]
high school graduation, she at- When
tended West Georgia College most ab
in Carrollton, Ga., and received "Every
her bachelor's degree in middle try very
grades education. ing of ti
She later received her mas- get to s
ter's degree in science educa- learn. \
tion at Florida State University. home e
Hutchins' children were raised them t(
and attend school in Wakulla they wil
County. She enjoys teachable She
moments and the learning op- one day
portunities afforded to her each her eyes
day by her students. looked
"The curiosities of my stu- Jean, yo
dents have led to the deepen- talk so n
ing of my own understanding," Because
Hutchins said. "Each new day give yoi
of instruction allows the chance Pat J
to begin again - to overcome coordin
difficult challenges, to seek solu- as well.
tions, to inquire." Jean
She also is thrilled with the ing, dec
opportunity to collaborate with goes be
colleagues, celebrate triumphs Jones sa
with her peers and parents, ability
school officials said. "To know her stuck
Sue Hutchins is to know a grand feel go
lady who by her own admis- Even du
sion is here, 'to serve, to grow, calls on
to touch, to be touched, and to base wfl
make a positive difference.'" the schi
Jean Hayes was named the student
Wakulla County School District no one
April Employee of the Month. keep th
Providing safe and supportive run mor
transportation for her students return
has been Jean's first concern can't le
since she started working as a known,
Wakulla School District bus at- be takir


JEAN HAYES
in October 2000. Jean
o her seven years with
a County Schools as
while.
sporting special needs
n has been a rewarding
ace," she said.
n asked what she enjoys
bout her job, she replied,
day is a challenge and I
hard to be understand-
heir moods so they can
school and be ready to
When I leave them at
every afternoon, I like
o be happy so I know
ll be fine."
described a trip home
y that brought tears to
s. A student on the bus
at her and said, "Miss
u are so kind to me and
nice to me all the time.
e of that, I am going to
6 a nickel."
Jones, transportation
iator, applauds Hayes

SHayes is a loving, giv-
dicated individual. She
*yond the call of duty,"
aid. "She has a unique
to sense the needs of
dents and to make them
od about themselves.
ring summer break she
a her students to touch
th them. At times during
ool year when taking a
home, there would be
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SECOND GRADE
Bowen, Lael
Briggs, Cameron
Brown, Allison
Clark, Morgan
Dempsey,, Donald
Gray, Shawna
Harris, Dallas
Hogan, Austin
Johnston, Allie
Johnston, Dixie
King, Michael
Lake, Sarah
Lawhon, Jaren
May, Emily
Metcalf, Madison
Mock, Connor
Parker, Mitchell
Porter, David
Quick, Haley
Roddenberry, Justin
Roddenberry,Samuel
Thomas, William
Unsell, Tia
THIRD GRADE
Barnes, Nichole
Blackwood Colton
Bull, Bethany
Dodson, Adam
Doyle, Cassie
Evanshine Jacob
Garner, Sebastien


Glover, Abigail
Hamel, Alexandria
Keith, Connor
Lawhon, Taylor
Luke, Johnathon
Mcculley, Colton
Pigott, Chason
Roberts, Brielle
Roddenberry Alexa
Rudd, Kayla
Sanders, Kyleigh
Taylor, Matthew
Trumbull, Kasey
Willingham Austen
FOURTH GRADE
Andrews, Sierraunna
Attridge, Riley
Broadway, Liliana
Brown, Haley
Capps, Holli
Carr, Ashley
Chane,Jacob
Debelius-Enemark,
Zina
Dodson, Ryan
Green, Silesia
Kingett, Hunter
Melton, Linzee
Noffsinger Cody
Pearce, Tucker
Petrandis Marina
Remke, Thomas
Swerdlen, Alexis
Tinsley, Hannah
Vernon, Taylor
Whaley, Britan
Wimberly, Kayla
FIFTH GRADE
Christian Nikki
Damon, David
Harris, Madison
Jones, Wesley
Nelson, Adrienne
Randle, Deandra
Tindal, Amie
Westmark, Emily

A&B HONOR ROLL
FIRST GRADE
Barksdale, Sierra
Barksdale, Skylar .
Barwick, John
Bissonnette,Destyne
Carlton, Hayden
Carter, Emily
Carter, Hunter
Cruse, Trevor
Evanshine Ethan
Florence, Hunter
Galloway, Antwain
Garner, August
Greene, Cephus
Greene, Tyrone
Gregory, Ostin
Houston, Gage
Johnston, Mason
Kilpatrick, Kejuana
Kilpatrick, Phyllis
Langford, James
Lyle, Madeline


Mathis, Landyn
Mathis, Shayla
Mccomb, Draven
Nichols, Brianna
Norman, Tiffany
Payne, Laura
Ransom, Jamya
Sanders, Zane
Thomas, Christopher
Thornton, Nicholas
Vazquez, Miguel
Wheatcraft, Hannah
Whitehead, Cochise
Williams, Jai'lin
SECOND GRADE
Allen, Jeffrey
Amilcar, Jacques
Bagley, Mary
Brown, Caitlyn
Brumbley, John
Carlton, Haley
Champion,Cheyenne
Choquette, Chloe
Cook, William
Creech, Walker
Crum, Ashlynn
Deitz, Frances
Delong, Charles
Dudley, Hannah
Evans, Katelin
Greene, Dayton
Hernandez, Andrea
Hicks, Christopher
Hutton, Loranda
Ingram, Carolyn
Kelly, Sabrina
Kirkland, Carly
Lynch, Murrill
Lynn, Sierra
Mccall, Dillon
Metcalf, John
Metcalf, Ruby
Myers, Hunter
Nelson, Kennedy
Nichols, Bryson
Norman, Christopher
Robison, Zachary
Scott, Makia
Skalak, James
Spurlock, Johnathon
Stevens, Dylan
Strickland Karlee
Terry, Morgan
Thomas, Asia
Walker, Brandon
Warburton Allen
Williams, Alana
THIRD GRADE
Blake, Alyssa
Burton, Sheleen
Cantrell, Jason
Capps, Faith
Collins, Shane
Curlee, Che'
Davis, Chase
Delaughter, William
Dodson, Casey
Dunaway, Samantha
Continued, page 2B


in manatee decal contest


Wakulla High School senior
Courtney Danzey placed second
in the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission's
annual Manatee Decal Art Con-
test.
A 14-year-old Miami fresh-
man, Natasha Thornton, cap-
tured top honors. She is a
student at Coral Reef High
School. Her design will appear
on manatee decals sold by tax
collector's offices this year.
Danzey tied Kimberly Betch-


el, a senior from Collier County,
for second. The artwork can be
viewed by logging on to the
news page at oysterradio.com.
Sixty students from six high
schools, six middle schools,
three private schools and one
home school entered the con-
test.
The manatee decal program
has been in place since 1992.
Sales of the decals raise ap-
proximately $70,000 each year
for manatee protection efforts.


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Continued from 1B
Evans, Ashlyn
Harrell, Shelby
Harvey, Alphonso
Houston, Ryan
Ingram, Faith
Kirkland, Madison
Lewis, Constance
Lindo, Elyicia
Mccalvin,
Casaundra
Mispel, Amber
Moore, Christopher
Page, Michelle
Porter, James
Rivers, Caleb
Robertson Olivia
Rowe, Ashley
Sanders, Katie
Skalak, Patryias
Spears, Madyson
Stokley, Khadjzia
Terry, Nolan
Tindal, Tiffany
Trumbull, Ethan
White, Coy
FOURTH GRADE
Barrow, Allison
Barton, Gage
Barwick, Thomas
Beaty, Keefer
Brooks, Josie
Burton, Lonna
Chadwell, Jessica
Covino, Joseph
Cruse, Austin
Dahms, Lea
Deese, Charles
Donaldson Emma
Doyle, Jordan
Estes, Ashley
Evans, Christina
Evans, Morgan
Geiger, Brandon
Greene, Mary
Harvey, Darian
James, Kasey
Landrum, Cory
Mckenzie, Sheldon
Miller, Kinsey
Miller, Tryston
Mock, Shelby
Morgan, Dustin
Parrish, Kirsten
Peacock, Michael
Plouffe, Jacob
Porter, Elena
Price, Jacob
Rivers, Shelby
Sharpe, Kezia
Sorrell, Albrey
Thornberry, Elizabeth
Willcox, Clay
Worrill, Matthew
FIFTH GRADE
Brown, Mason
Clark, Garrett
Cooper, Whitney
Davis, Nicholas
Dennis, Maurice
Dunaway, Zackary .
Dye, Bridgette
Ervin, Vonte'
Evans, Justine
Flowers, Amber
Furnish, Shana
Graddy, Ryan
Green, Felicia
Gubala, Brianna
Harrell, Shelby
Hartsfield, Dylan
Hester, Alexander
Hibbert, Nathaniel
Kirkland, Reese
Lee, Austin
Lott, Rebecca
Luke, Dalton
Lumley, Gabriele
Lynch, Dustin


Lynn, Ramsey
Oliver, Jacob
Revell, Andrew
Robinson, Austin
Sapp, David
Shaw, Avanell
Smith, Brittney
Stevens, Jazmyn
Terry, Ethan
Walker, Amy


CRAWFORDVILLE
ELEMENTARY
'A' HONOR ROLL
FIRST GRADE
Ammerman,
Alexandria
Baker, Beau
Barwick, Ferrell
Boone, Zachary
Caldwell, Savannah
Chang, Nicholas
Colvin, Sydney
Cushard, Nathan
Davis, Ebone
Dearrigunaga,
Madison
Dismuke, Jacob
English, Elizabeth
Fox, Aidan
Frick, Mia
Hooker, Sylvia
Howell, Dakoda
Jernigan, Balin
Lanier, Zoe
Lloyd, Scott
Logan, Caleb
Lord, Bradley
Mcfalls, Sydney
Moody, Yulia
Musgrove, Skyler
Pafford, Micah
Paynter, Christopher
Pfister, Taryn
Picard, Samuel
Potter, Miracle
Reed, Dakota
Rudd, Madisen
- Russell, Jackson
Shaw, Dayton
Sheffield Kaitlyn
Shields, Brandon
Smith, Kaylee
Spell, Taylor
Sullivan, James
Taff, Era
Tillman, Cody
Townsend, Brittany
Walker, Miciah -
Welch, Brandon
Wells, Lindsey
Whiting, Danielle
SECOND GRADE
Barfield, Charith
Bowyer, Matthew
Cutchen, Chloe
Darnell, Amanda
Fortier, Rafel
Greene, Marc
Harper, Kaysha
Hughes, Emma
Johnson, Makayla
Kreps, Brionnah
Langston, Kaleb
Lawhorn, Dalton
Mcelroy, Meredith
Metcalf, Mason
Meyers, Kaylee
Paul, Zhane
Prestia, Juliana
Reno, Kathryn Dian
Rohe, Daniel
Starling, Taylor
Trussell, Jordan
Tucker, Tatum
Wishart, Desera'
Woodward, Kalynn
THIRD GRADE


Anacan-Carter, Marc
Bolton, Blakeleigh
Brayman, Devin
Brown, Alexis
Carter, Peyton
Cason, Courtney
Douin, Kurstin
Edge, Scott
Foss, Jaiden
Gonzalez, Naysha
Hall, Kennedy
Hart, Hannah
Henning, Skye
Kelly, Maya
Langston, Kacie
Larsen, Zachary
Miller, Christina
Montgomery,Jackson
Moody, Alisa
Moore, Willie
Pearson, Kyle
Picard, Nicholas
Poka, Jamie
Raley, Tyler
Register, Taylor
Stephenson Austin
Sullivan, Katherine
Sutton, Elizabeth
Weddle, Abigale
Wells, Jacob
FOURTH GRADE
Burgess, Brittany
Caldwell, Devin
Cazessus, Lindsey
Crum, Jacob
Cutchen, Cade
Edge, Brian
Fielder, Rebekah
Glover, Kaitlin
Hurst, Hunter
Key, Samantha
Lee, Kenzie
Maxwell, Matthew
Metcalf, Bailey
Midkiff, Rayann
Pennywell Nakyra
Post, Brooke
Rossetti, Marisa
Roth, Mitchell
Stokeley, Jeffery
FIFTH GRADE
Allen, Christopher
Csonka, Carley
Durrance, Amanda
Gentry, Melissa
Glover, Landon
Hamilton, Savanah
Inlow, Sammie
Kelley, Marlee
Mathis, Sara
Messer, Samuel
Metcalf, Allison
Potter, Tamia
Rudd, Emily
Sanders, Kerri
Smith, Aaron
Smith, Nicole
Tondee, Hunter
Torres, Annalise
Veaudry, Cristian
Wilson, Charity
Wood, Shannan
Woofter, Rachel
Young, Chione

A&B HONOR ROLL
FIRST GRADE
Aguilera, Brody
Andrews, Kayleigh
Beaulieu, Kelsie
Blankenship,
Chyanne
Bodiford, Corbin
Brand, Kalli
Carter, Caleb
Chandler, Austin
Delbeato, Taylor
Diehl, Rian
Gowdy, Wesley


Hart, Mary
Harvey-Henderson,
Travis
Jolly, Bryce
Langston, Sierra
Lanier, Micah
Lawhorn, Kyle
Mckay, Nikolas
Mora, Edgar
Pearson, Jerek
Rogers, Brooke
Rossetti, Kayla
Roth, Connor
Row, Dylan
Scott, Connor
Sims, Callie
Smid, Kalliope
Strickland Abigail
Tully, Joshua
Wilkins, Christopher
Willis, John
Wood, Matthew
Zavada, Devon
SECOND GRADE
Andrew, Whitney
Aponte, Jaime
Atkins, Dylan
Bentley, Cassandra
Bradford, Mikala
Carroll, Kristin
Carter, Corrina
Cline, Austin
Colvin, Dusten
Desrosiers Lauren
Fogleman, Zachary
Garmon, Sierra
Gutierrez Taylor
Heydenreich,Charles
Hinthorn, Douglas
Hoang, Nhi
Howard, Dezzaline
Hurley, Mary
Hutto, Andi
Jones, Cheyenne
Kinsey, Paige
Lewis, Lauren
Lhotsky, Christopher
Mathis, Cierra
Mccann, Emily
Mcgough, Brooklyn
Mckenzie, Hannah
Meadows, Sydney
Midkiff, Robert-
Millership Madisen
Mosley, Joel
Osborne, Shelby
Parker, Brandon
Pearson, Paige
Poppell, Caleb
Posey, Devon
Reed, Jalecia
Reynolds, Tess
Rhodes, Ava
Rigdon, Harley
Robison, Jade
Roddenberry, Michael
Rosier, Brandon
Rudd, Precision
Sanders, Noah
Serai, Mehran
Shierling Jessica
Stewart, Raegan
Stokley, Alyssa
Taylor, Alex
Tucker, Tyler
Vause, Savannah
Vierday, Haley
Williams, Keera
Willis, Madison
Wilson, Aaron
THIRD GRADE
Aguilera, Seth
Allen, Brooke
Ballard, Christian
Beaulieu, Austin
Benoit, Anna
Berson, Blake
Berson, Rebecca
Bickerstaff Caleb


Bradford, Liam
Bratcher, Lexi
Bryan, Jacob
Cook, Zane
Cooley, Lindsey
Crum, Cody
Curtis, Dakotah
Daniels, Jourdyn
Davis, Ian
Edwards, Sarah
Estes, Sidney
Everheart Austin
Floyd, Alexander
Forbes, Jekale
Franck, Jenna
Fulford, Hunter
Gannaway, Madison
Gasperi, Jessica
Glover, Christian
Hammon, Virginia
Harris, Kristen
House, Damien
Jamison, Summer
Kramer, Joseph
Laird, Ashley
Lerma, Justin
Lowery, Simone
Mccrimmon Damian
Mcculley, Dalton
Morgan, Joseph
Pilkinton Emily
Preston, Harley
Pursell, Kirsten
Riles, Marquise
Rossow, Russell
Rudd, Carly
Sloan, Daniel
Spence, Joshua
Stevens, Calyn
Strickland, Joshua
Teegen, John
Vautier, Jesse
Westcott, Tyler
Whaley, Mallory
Whittington,
Cheyenne
FOURTH GRADE
Anderson-Stroman,
Andrea
Andrew, Joyce
Andrews,Christopher
Camp, Casey
Cotes, Alexandra
Darnell, Corey
De La Paz, David
Dunnam, Bronson
Gainer, Tanner
Ganey, Arielle
Garbarino, Nicholas
Green, Nathaniel
Gunn, James
Hager, Cassandra
Hammon, Harley
Hart, Chasitie
Harvey, Makayla
Hawkins, Shelby
Hernandez, Hector
Herold, Kory
Heydenreich,Zachary
Huddleston, Jessica
Joanos, Angelo
Jones, Riley
Kersbergen,
Jonathan
Kinard, Tyler
Kinsey, Jessica
Lanier, Kayla
Love, Taylor
Mcmillan, Justin
Parker, Matthew
Patterson, Tametria
Poppell, Austin
Rose, Paul
Sparks, Devante'
Stinson, Lucas
Strickland Reid
Vierday, Kaitlyn
Webb, Jake
Welch, Joseph


School staff and Coastal Optimist Club members present medals to winners in the Medart
Elementary fifth-grade Brain Brawl.


Lindo helps team to Brain Brawl title


Team A won the annual
Medart Elementary School fifth-
grade Brain Brawl on Wednes-
day, April 4. The event was
sponsored by the Coastal Op-
timist Club.
Members Mike Carter, June
Vause and Tim Jordan served
as moderator, scorekeeper and
timekeeper respectively.
Team A won with 266 points,
with Shakeno Lindo, son of
Clive Lindo, the individual high
scorer for the team and the


competition.
The rest of the team mem-
bers included Team Captain
Madison J. Harris, daughter of
Allen and Janie Harris; Kevin
Flanagan, son of Wendy Segree
and Lee Segree; Bradley Brown,
son of Greg and Margie Brown;
and Shelby Harrell, daughter
of Daniel Harrell and Suzanne
Harrell.
Team B scored 195 points
and was led by Gil Damon,
son of Sue Damon and David


Damon.
The rest of the team included
Team Captain Dalton Barteld,
son of Jeff and Twilla Barteld;
John Mordecai, son of Kathy
Mordecai and Dave Mordecai;
Matthew Bateman, son of Victor
Bateman and Sherrill Bateman;
and Kelly Smith, daughter of
Dellie Lively and David Smith.
The fifth-grade teachers are
program sponsor B.J. Ross, Rus-
sell Herron,'Charlotte Hoover
and Jodie Martin.


Wolf to graduate from Flagler College


Joseph Wolf, a 2003 graduate
of Wakulla High School, will
graduate Cum Laude with a
degree in Communications from
Flagler College in St. Augustine
on Saturday, April 21.
Wolf, who has been working
part-time in the public rela-
tions department at the Dalton
Agency, a full-service advertis-
ing agency in Jacksonville, for
more than a year, was hired full-


time as an account coordinator
at the agency.
Wolf will continue to work
with his previous client ac-
counts, which include Armor
Holdings, Inc., and the Jackson-
ville Jaguars, conducting media
relations, strategic coordination
and client research for numer-
ous national, high-profile cor-
porations.
Crediting part of his college


success to two teachers, Susan
Solberg and Melisa Taylor, Wolf
said he has fond memories
of WHS and the numerous
theatrical productions he took
part in,
Wolf also thanked his par-
ents, Leslie Wolf Vanette of
Crawfordville, and Allen Wolf of
Philadelphia, Pa., and the United
Daughters of the Confederacy
for their scholarship program.


West, Benjamin
FIFTH GRADE
Allen, Macy
Atkins, Kaleb
Azzarito, Gabrielle
Baumeister, Heather
Bennett, Tyler
Boone, Jonathan
Bowdry, Saqwess
Brown, Christen
Campbell, Gauge
Casto, Lauren
Coleman, Katelyn
Damitz, Christopher
Davis, Emily
Dutton, Alexander
Gray, Micah
Haskett, Tiana
Heckler, Victoria
Hoang, Minh
Holcomb, Logan
Kelley, Logan
Kennedy, Leah
Lacher, Austin
Martinez, Jacob
Matthews, Kenneth
Moore, Katherine
Mounts, Michael
Payne, Krista
Plagge, Aleyda
Pullam, Tristen
Reister, Christapher
Roddenberry Brook
Rowley, Caitlin
Rutland, Parker
Saladin, Brooke
Scott, Corban
Serai, Nanaki
Sloan, David
Thomas, Diwata
Todd, Jacey
Trindell, Matthew
Trussell, Brittaney
Welch, Lindsey
Wheeler, Cami
White, Kelli


SHADEVILLE
ELEMENTARY
'A' HONOR ROLL
FIRST GRADE
Allen, Sylvia
Ball, Stephanie
Boddye, Ashton
Brown, Ethan
Bussey, Chayton
Cacciatore Alyssa
Carnes, Mariah
Clemons, Cheyenne
Coleman, John
Cox, Carah
Dalton, Ashlee
Dalton, Hunter
Farnsworth Troy
Fields, Jazmine
Haire, Amanda
Higbee, Megan
Jefferson, Jayda
Kenyon, Kelsey
Kerns, Cearle'
Mcglamry, Kathryn
Miles, Sierra
Peacock, Brianna
Poggi, Jelani
Potter, lan
Rathel, Desiree
Schoffel, Molly
Tew, Brylee
Treadway, Samuel
Turner, Landon
Walker, Andrew
Weber, Jared
Wright, Phillip
Wright, Phylicia
SECOND GRADE
Appleby, Virginia
Bennett, Haley
Bennett, Peyton


KRYSTAL WHITE

White to

graduate

from TCC

Krystal S. White will be gradu-
ating from Tallahassee Commu-
nity College on Saturday, April-
28 at 6 p.m. at the Leon County
Civic Center in Tallahassee.
She is inviting all family and
friends to attend and witness
her receiving an Associate of
Arts degree.
She is the daughter of Harold
and Pamela White of Shadev-
ille. She has three sisters, Kris-
ti White, Kravien White and
Kieshia White. Her grandparents
are Thomasene Butler and Eddie
Farmer of Crawfordville, Nellie
White and the late Levi White,
Jr. of Shadeville.
Her gfeat-grandparents are
Beatrice Farmer and the late
Eddie Lee Farmer, Sr. of Craw-
fordville and she has a special
Godmother, Rosa L, Jackson of
Crawfordville.
White will be attending Flor-
ida State University with a high
grade point average where she
hopes to receive her Master's
degree.


Cole, Bryce
Coleman, Alyssa
Culvey, Nikalas
Hicks, Maclellan
Jones, Natalie
Lawrence, Emily
Mciver, Alyssa
Mercer, Shaleigh
Mullens, Elijah
Mullens, Noah
Paris, Jason
Quick, Jearld
Smith, William
Sykes, Breana
White, Victoria
THIRD GRADE
Cox, Caylee
Graham, Adrianna
Graves, Revell
Gunnarsson,Mattias
Hammond, Chandler
Kent, Isaac
Kilbourn, Hunter
Martin, Tyler
Mohrfeld, Gabrielle
Parmer, Maria
Reyes, Yesenia
Sarvis, Meghan
Smith, Brigette
Ward, Christopher
Weber, John
FOURTH GRADE
Alvarez, Heather
Atkinson, William
Callaghan Aliya
Crum, Torie
Deross, Brett
Jordan, Toby
Miles, Devin
Pandolfi, Ashley
Piotrowski James
Standley, Mackenzie
Walker, Joshua
FIFTH GRADE
Broome, Bobbi
Burse, Ian
Byrd, Ethan
Chapman, Andrea
Cheshire, Ashley
Conway, Joshua
Estes, James
Ferreira, Kelly
Hart, Arien
Hutchins, Gabriel
Kent, Alisha
Kerce, Kyla
Lewis, Alyssa
Mathers, Cary
Mccullers, Daniel
Paris, Christopher
Potter, Isaac
Rawlinson Bailey
Richardson,
Christopher
Sapp, Kailey
Sherrell, Cameron
Thornton, Phillip
Wonsey, Brenna

A&B HONOR ROLL
FIRST GRADE
Albert, Deanthony
Arant, Wyatt
Ball, Luna
Caplinger, Colby
Colvin, Ashley
Corbin, Charles
Cummings, Kimberly
Damron, Brianna
Davidson, Denny
Dew, Kristen
Dowden, Jesse
Eimiller, Kaitlyn
Finifrock, Rayden
Freeman, Melissa
Gilmore, Brian
Godwin, Sydney


Gonzalez, Alexander
Hay, James
Hewett, Thomas
House, Brittany
Johnson, Teresa
Jones, Darik
Kilbourn, Jonathan
Lacayo, Harrisen
Lawhon, Easton
Lewis, Hunter
Linton, Thaddeus
Malik, Rolin
Maxey, Johnnie
Mcreynolds James
Miller, Tanner
Moore, Brian
Moran, Victoria
Morris, Shynice
Newbern,Christopher
Newkirk, Bailey
Oglesby, Lauren
Paugh, Dustin
Perry, Shawn
Reyes, Rosario
Rodriguez Noah
Rueth, Jasmine
Smith, Rebecca
Sykes, Madisen
Tillman, Olivia
Treadway, Stella
Webb, Makayla
Wolf, Cameron
Yerington Raegan
SECOND GRADE
Allen, Hallie
Anthony, Alissa
Barbree, Hannah
Breeden, Noah
Breeden, Nora
Briggs, Lucas
Bruce, Brandon
Chaganis, Cori
Chance, John
Chastain, Jada
Dantzler, Gabriel
Ehrisman, Caleb
Estes, Jacob
Germanton Gary
Giglio, Dominick
Gray, Tai
Gunnarsson,Natasha
Harvey, Meagan
Hauversburk, Rhett
Hill, Kendra
Hyatt, Hunter
Jessup, Jacob
Laird, Harley.
Mainer, Rickilee
Mathers, Keely
Mills, Acacia
Richardson, Kelsey
Samlal, Kavita
Sheffield Roy
Smith, Hannah
Smith, Larry
Stevens, Sarah
Stringer, Dori
Tabb, Abigail
Thigpen, Austin
Thomas, Shenika
Vause, Cajah
White, Casey
Williams, Alexander
THIRD'GRADE
Anderson, Logan
Arrington Harley
Carnley, Ruby
Causseaux, William
Collins, Sarah
Crawford, Garrett
Curles, Andrew
Erwin, Bradley
Fitzhugh, Kaitlyn
Forester, Chase
Freeman, Kayla
Green, Samuel
Hammond, Robert


Kenneth Stratton Kirton will
be graduating from Stetson Uni-
versity in DeLand on Saturday,
May 5. He will receive a Bachelor
of Arts and Sciences degree in
Political Science and Bachelor
of Applied Arts and Sciences
in Russian Studies with High
Honors.
Kirton graduated from Wakul-
la High School with honors in
2003 where he was active in
the school drama program. He
was president of the Sigma Nu
fraternity for two years at Stet-
son and vice president of the
Russian Club.
He served as vice president
and secretary-treasurer of the
college Democratic Society, a
member of the Model Senate
and a council member of the
college Honor System.


Hatch, Lauren
Jefferson, Aaron
Lawhon, Houston
Lenk, Shelby
Lilley, Rebecca
Mcglamry, Michael
Meeks, Michael
Melton, Nicholas
Moore, Kirsten
Motes, Chase
Patton, Levi
Raker, Tyler
Schultheis Ellie
Seber, Taylor
Shaw, Roy
Thompson,
Samantha
Vaughan, Jordan'
Vick, Dustin
Waites, Stevert .
Wheeler, Jamie .
Yerington Payton
Zdrazil, Matthew :
FOURTH GRADE
Alsup, Shelby
Anderson, Aaron -
Bennett, Rhett
Brown, Troy
Carney, Dy'juan
Donaldson, Allan-
Dunsford, Christie
Eimiller, Kristen-
Farnsworth, Steven-
Fraser, Darien
Goude, Melissa _
Gower, Alyssa
Harrell, Georgia
Hartsfield, Dakota
Hoover, Gabriel
Hunter, Zachary
Hussey, Kayla
Hutter, Matthew
Jackson, Nathaniel:
Llanes, Mary
Mciver, Camen
Mixon, Mariah
Nicholson, Dalton
Ochat, Cody
Pearson, Alan
Putnam, Brittany
Roe, Steven
Seber, Robert '
Sickler, Elion
Sowell, Delana
Strickland Harleigh
Warren, Joshua
FIFTH GRADE
Allred, Emily
Atkinson, Audrey
Ball, Lisa
Barbree, Henry
Barrett, Kevin
Brooks, Tyler
Brown, Andrew
Bryant, Brianna
Cimiotta, Cody
Eichler, Courtney
Franks, Jordan
Fringer, Savannah
Germanton, Erin
Hall, Harmony
Jordan, Gary
Langston, Christian
Light, Kenneth
Ministerio, Natalie
Morgan, William
Nordlof, Zachary
Robinson, Cecil
Rockwell, Ashley
Rudd, Edward
Stewart, Amber
Thompson, Caroline
Tyre, Robert
Vaughan, Taylor
White, Dontavious
White, Kieshia
Williams, Lane


KENNETH KIRTON
He is the son of Ken Kirton
of Daytona Beach and Patricia
Kirton of Crawfordville.


Kirton to graduate

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Legal Notice

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN THE SECOND JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR WAKULLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 06-384-CA
JENNIE DONIGAN and DARRYL WILMER,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
JIMMY D. WILLIAMS, MINNIE WASHINGTON,
WYNESTER GODWIN, UNKNOWN HEIRS OF
HOWARD GODWIN a/k/a HARVARD GODWIN,
HUTCHINSON & RICHARDSON COMPANY,
AUSTRALIA G. ROBINSON, LIZZIE GAVIN, and
HERMAN W. HICKS,
Defendants,

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: JIMMY D. WILLIAMS, MINNIE WASHING-
TON, WYNESTER GODWIN, UNKNOWN HEIRS
OF HOWARD GODWIN a/k/a HARVARD GOD-
WIN, AUSTRALIA G. ROBINSON, LIZZIE GAVIN,
UNKNOWN HEIRS OF LIZZIE GAVIN, and HER-
MAN W. HICKS
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Complaint for Tax
Deed Quiet Title for the following:
Parcel ID No. 00-00-023-000-06556-000
THE NORTH 1/2 OFTHE NORTH 1/2 OF THE
SOUTH 1/2 OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF LOT
23 OF HARTSFIELD SURVEY, WAKULLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Described more recently by survey as:
Commence at an iron pipe marking the Northwest
Corner of Lot 23 of the Hartsfield Survey of Lands
in Wakulla County, Florida, said point also lying
on the Easterly right of way of Andrew J. Hargett
Senior Road; thence run along said right of way
as follows: South 17 degrees 37 minutes 27 sec-
onds East 545.64 feet to a concrete monument,
thence South 17 degrees 41 minutes 19 seconds
East 427.23 feet to a rod and cap for lhe POINT
OF BEGINNING; thence from said POINT OF BE-
GINNING and leaving said right of way run North
73 degrees 23 minutes 47 seconds East 1990.83
feet to a rod & Cap; thence South 16 degrees 27
minutes 11 seconds East 234.64 feet to a con-
crete monument; thence South 71 degrees 26 de-
grees 29 seconds West 4603.72 feet to a rod &
cap; thence South 73 degrees 56 minutes 57 sec-
onds West 651.75 feet to a rod and cap, thence
South 73 degrees 58 minutes 36 seconds West
173.39 feet to a rod and cap; thence South 73 de-
grees 49 minutes 52 seconds west 175.18 feet to
a concrete monument,; thence South 73 degrees
57 minutes 45 seconds West 173.56 feet to a con-
crete monument; thence South 73 degrees 56
minutes 18 seconds West 348.49 feet to a nail
and cap lying on the Easterly right of way of said
Andrew J. Hargett Senior Road; thence run along
said right of way North 17 degrees 41 minutes 19
seconds West 236.12 feet to the POINT OF BE-
GINNING, containing 11.09 acres, more or less.
AND
Parcel ID No. 00-00-024-000-06584-000
THE NORTH 1/2 OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF
LOT 24 OF THE HARTSFIELD SURVEY, WA-
KULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA, CONTAINING 45
ACRES MORE OR LESS. LESS LAND CON-
VEYED TO ROSA JOHNSON BY DEED DATED
9/29/23 IN DEED BOOK 11, PAGE 34 AND
RIGHT-OF-WAY DEED IN DEED BOOK 22,
PAGE 463.
has been filed against you and others, and you
are required to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to It on MARY W. COLON, ES-
QUIRE, SMITH, THOMPSON, SHAW &
MANAUSA, P.A., Plaintiffs' attorney, 3520 Tho-
masvllle Road, 4th Floor, Tallahassee, Florida
32309-3469; no more than thirty (30) days from
the first publication date of this notice of action,
and file the original with the Clerk of this Court ei-
ther before service on Plaintiff's attorney or imme-
diately thereafter; otherwise, a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition.
- - " DATED this 4 day of April, 2007.
: - [* 'BRENT X. THURMOND
S- - By: Becky Whaley
Deputy Clerk
April 12, 19, 26, 2007
May 3, 2007
WAKULLA COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
- INVITATION TO BID
DATE: 4/23/07
TO: ALL BIDDERS
The Wakulla County School Board invites you to
submit a bid on the following described items:
Bid Number: WCSB# 07/08-01
Items to Purchase: Dairy Products
Sealed bids shall be received by the Wakulla
County School Board until May 9, 2007, 3:30 p.m.


106 %N. lth . Ae.
Tallahasee. FL 32303
222-2166 tel.
222-"I'l2 fa no.


**New Subdivisions**
All subdivisions have
underground
electric and water.
Walkers Mill - $69,900
2 ac. wooded lots, located on Lower
Bridge Road.
Steeplechase - $94,900 to
$109,900. 5 ac. wooded tracts.
Horse friendly!
Sellars Crossing - $65,900
1+- ac lots in North Wakulla.


All bids received shall be opened and read aloud
publicly, at the Wakulla County School Board ad-
ministrative office, 69 Arran Road, Crawfordville,
Florida, on: May 9, 2007.
The bids shall be considered by the Wakulla
County School Board during their regular sched-
uled meeting on: May 21, 2007.
The school board reserves the right to reject any
and all bids or portions thereof.
Bid forms and specifications may be obtained
from:
Wakulla County School Board
Gail Mathers, School Food Service
69 Arran Road
Crawfordville, FL 32327
All bids should be sealed and clearly marked on
the outside of the envelope:
"Sealed Bid, Bid #07/08-01, Dairy
Products"
All bids should be mailed to:
Wakulla County School Board
P. 0. Box 100
Crawfordville, FL 32326-0100

April 26, 2007
WAKULLA COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
INVITATION TO BID
DATE: 4/23/07
TO: ALL BIDDERS
The Wakulla County School Board invites you to
submit a bid on the following described items:
Bid Number: WCSB# 07/08-02
Items to Purchase: Bakery Products
Sealed bids shall be received by the Wakulla
County School Board until May 9, 2007, 3:45 p.m.
All bids received shall be opened and read aloud
publicly, at the Wakulla County School Board ad-
ministrative office, 69 Arran Road, Crawfordville,
Florida, on: May 9, 2007, 3:45 p.m.
The bids shall be considered by the Wakulla
County School Board during their regular sched-
uled meeting on: May 21, 2007.
The school board reserves the right to reject any
and all bids or portions thereof.
Bid forms and specifications may be obtained
from:
Wakulla County School Board
Gail Mathers, School Food Service
69 Arran Road
Crawfordville, FL 32327
All bids should be sealed and clearly marked on
the outside of the envelope:
"Sealed Bid, Bid #07/08-02, Bakery
Products"
All bids should be mailed to:
Wakulla County School Board
P. O. Box 100
Crawfordville, FL 32326-0100
April 26, 2007
WAKULLA COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COM-
MISSIONERS
INVITATION TO BID
The Wakulla County Board of County Commis-
sioners invites you to submit bid on the following:
Bid Number: 2007-08
Bid Opening Date and Time: May 2, 2007 at 2:00
p.m.
Item: Sports Lighting Fixtures and Bulbs 1500.
Watts
The Wakulla County Board of County Commis-
sioners shall receive sealed bids until May 2, 2007
at 2:00 p.m.
All bids should be clearly marked as sealed bid,
with the bid number, opening date and time.
A public opening will be held at the Wakulla
County Board office, 3093 Crawfordville Highway,
Crawfordville, Florida on May 2, 2007 at 2:00 p.m.
Sealed bids should be sent to the Wakulla County
Board office, P. 0. Box 1263, 3093 Crawfordville
Highway, Crawfordville, Florida 32327.
The Wakulla County Board of County Commis-
sioners reserves the right to reject any and all bids
or portions thereof.


WAKULLA COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
INVITATION TO BID
DATE: ' 4/23/07
TO: ALL BIDDERS
The Wakulla County School Board invites you to
submit a bid on the following described items: .
Bid Number: WCSB# 07/08-03
Items to Purchase: Swill Collection
Sealed bids shall be received by the Wakulla
County School Board until May 9, 2007, 4:00 p.m.
All bids received shall be opened and read aloud
publicly, at the Wakulla County.School Board ad-
ministrative office, 69 Arran Road, Crawfordville,
Florida, on: May 9, 2007, 4:00 p.m.
The bids shall be considered by the Wakulla
County School Board during their regular sched-
uled meeting on: May 21, 2007.
The school board reserves the right to reject any
and all bids or portions thereof.
Bid forms and specifications may be obtained
from:
Wakulla County School Board
Gail Mathers, School Food Service
69 Arran Road
Crawfordville, FL 32327
All bids should be sealed and clearly marked on
the outside of the envelope:
"Sealed Bid, Bid #07/08-03, Swill
Collection"
All bids should be mailed to:
Wakulla County School Board'
P. 0. Box 100
Crawfordville, FL 32326-0100
April 26, 2007
MINUTES OF THE WAKULLA COUNTY
SCHOOL BOARD MEETING HELD ON
APRIL 16, 2007
Superintendent Miller, Chairman Evans and
the School Board recognized Jean Hayes as Em-
ployee of the Month and Sue Hutchins as Teacher
of the Month. Both employees were congratu-
lated and presented with a plaque by Chairman
Evans. The following National Board Certified
Teachers were then recognized: Karrie Mus-
grove, Brooke Mohr, Kim Bartnick.
Mr. Evans called the meeting to order, the
Pledge of Allegiance was recited and a prayer
was given by Mr. Scott. All board members and
Superintendent Miller were present. Moved by
Mrs. Cook, seconded by Mr. Scott to approve the
agenda as amended.Voting for the motion: Mrs.
Cook, Mr. Evans, Mr. Gray, Mr. Scott and Mr.
Thomas. Moved by Mr. Scott, seconded by Mr.
Gray to a prove the following consent items:Ap-
proved Minutes of the Meeting held on March 19,
2007. Approved Illness in the Line of Duty. (See
Supplemental File #17)Approved the following re-
quests for Leave of Absence:Jody Gibbs/effective
the 2007-2008 school yearRachel Ryan/effective
April 4-30, 2007.
Approved the following Letters of Resignation:
Jill Hough/effective April 18, 2007
Lisa Clark/effective April 2, 2007
Beth Nichols/effective April 6, 2007.
Approved a Letter of Retirement on B. Jean
Hayes/effective May 25, 2007.
Approved the following Employment of Personnel:

Other Personnel (Including temporary. PT &
current employees hired to a second position:
Name
Williams, Larissa
Program/Center
RMW
Position
Teacher
Term of Service
02/12/07-04/06/07

RE-EMPLOYMENT OF INSTRUCTIONAL PER
SONNEL FOR 2007-2008
TEACHERS CONTINUING ON PROFESSIONAL
SERVICE CONTRACT:


Crawfordville Elementary
Allen, Karen
Bartnick, Kimberly
Brooks, Jennifer


Calhoun, Patsy
April 19, 26, 2007 Camp, Bryan
Cooper, Walter
Cotton, Nakia
Daughtry, Erin
EWS Dotson, Bobbie
Driggers, Diane
ED Greener, Staci
Griffin, Barbara
E K! Harvey, Frankie
Civ! Hicks, Cheryl
Howard-Wiiams, Cathy
1 02 Jones, Molly
Kelly, Renee


Paradise Awais at
"" Gulf Breeze Dr.
'BR 2B.a. coastal Ilonie on deepa-
ter canal % ' docdklocated uI beautfiul
Oyster Ba Estates Feat-iure custom
tIe i h.,ig area. wrap-around deck
screened porch large mezzanrne. &
hulitcaie shutters $699 9 .,


938 Rehwinkel Rd.
in Crawfordville
This mini farm is a
rare find, with an
updated 3BR/2BA
home, sun porch,
gorgeous trees, and
several original out
buildings all on 5.5
acres. Must have
appointment to show.
$239,000.


**Brand New**
Carmen Maria!
Build your dream
home on one of
these beautiful
wooded lots near
Lake Talquin. Ap-
pealing entrance,
paved roads, street-
lights, & under-
ground water and
electric.
$34,900


Call
Donna Card
508-1235
1 H


The Franklin
3BR/2BA 1807 Sq. Ft.
home in Sellars Crossing.
Features include screened
porch, Hardie board and
brick exterior, fireplace,
ceiling fans, appliances,
whirlpool tub & much
more! $269,000


Morgan, Deborah
Pearce, Rebecca
Revell, Cori
Smith, Marian
Teuton, Christina
Thompson, Nancy
Medart Elementary
Allen Annette
Anderson, Amy
Anderson, Jennifer
Beaton, Laurie
Brown, Elizabeth
Corrigan, Kelly
Davis, Margaret
Fitzpatrick, Gwen
Herron, Russell
Hicks, Dana
Hoover, Charlotte
Lawhon, Michele
Leckinger, Linda
McElroy, Belinda
McIntyre, Tammy
McNally, Lori
Mohr, Brooke
Owens, Mary
Ryan, Rachel
Stubbs, Jessica
Tillman, Virginia
Toler, Linda
Versiga, Barbara
Willingham, Carol
Worrill, Connie
Shadevllle Elementary
Allen, Wallace
Christie, Daphne
Cooper, Mary
Davis, Linda
DuBols, Vickie
Gray, Wendy
Gregory, Catherine
Harvey, Kelly
Hatch, Stephanie
Hester, Jennifer
Hunter, Michelle
Jamison, Susan
Kerce, Sharon
Martindale, Tina
Millender, Jeana
Perry, Staria
Redfem, Jennifer
Romanus, Elizabeth
Scherbarth, Earldean
Scott, Kim
Seidler, Amy
Traweek, Rhonda
Vause, Robin
Riversprlnas Middle
Anderson, Keith
Boege, Savannah
Commander, Nancy
Hecsenberger, Jonele
Hutchins, Susan
Kinney, Jennifer
Knight, Frances
Lassiter, Susan
Madden, John
Miles, Devon
Rossow, Russell
Sarvis, Christina
Sullivan, Donna
Sutton, Wilhelmina
Taylor, William
Thaxton, Jennifer
Weber, Janet
Williams, Angela
Wakulla Middle
Amison, Karen
Belancsik, Carol
Burse, Cindy
Byars, Sandy
Edwards, Suzanne
Gentry, Angela
Glisson, Ruth
, Graham, Lucile
Hudson, Laura
Madden, Deborah
Newland, Frances
Price, Terry
Sandgren, Lori
Spivey, Katherine
Strickland, Kathy
Walker, Angela
Young, Donna
Wakulla Hiah
Aller, Kathy
Belford, Susan
Camp, Suzanne
Carlan, Rebecca
Chancy, Sunny
Cloud, Lillie
Colvin, JoAnna
Cook, Diane
DouBrava, Sharon
L Evans, Pamela
Evans, Shari
Franklin, Vicky
Gauger, Michael
Graham, John
Hatcher, Brenda
Huddleston, Ronald
Johnson, Susan
Kennedy, Ann
Klees, Barry
Lake, Brenda
Litchfield, Dennis
Moore, Shelly
Murphy, Teresa
Musgrove, Karrie
Narezo, Alisa


Nelson, Simeon
Odiorne, Sharon
Radford, Kathryn
Robinson, Mary
Rodgers, Daniel
Salib, Bonita
Seitz, David
Smith, Michael
Solburg, Susan
Stewart, Michael
Strickland, Vicki
Taylor, Melisa
Tharpe, Kathryn
Tomaini, Denny
Tucker, Cassandra
Tucker, Hunter
Walker, Joe
Wallace, Robert
Wolfe, Sharon
District. Instructional
Bedell, Penelope
District. ESE
Anderson, Ashley
Fort, Mary
Kelley, Laura
Ray, Denise
Scherbarth, Sharon
Smith, Larry
Withers, Melissa
Pre-K Program
Coke, Joyce
Lipford, Carolyn
Lewis, Nancy
Chunn, Eva
Ford, Linda
Folsom, Martha
Martin, Merri

PLACED ON PROFESSIONAL SERVICE CON-


TRACT
Crawfordville Elementary
Burnham, Cassandra
Byrne,,Christy
Hogan-Cutchen, Catherine
Jones, Miranda
Parks, Sherry


Senior citizens who are at
least 62 years old and own a
home, can now borrow against
the equity in their home, utiliz-
ing the money for just about
anything, without ever having
to repay the debt. They can
continue living in the home for
the rest of their lives without
the burden of making monthly
payments.

This is now possible thanks
to a Home Equity Conversion
Mortgage created by the Fed-
eral Government's Department
of Housing and Urban Devel-
opment, also know as HUD.
This money can be used to:
1. Payoff an existing mort-
gage
2. Pay for medical expenses
3. Supplement income
4. Supplement savings
5. Make repairs to the home
6. Provide financial assis-


Williams, Jennifer


Williams, Jennifer
Willis, Kelly
Medart Elementary
Walker, Mollie
Shadeville Elementary
Alvarez, Raquel
Broome, Carol
Crotta, Claudia
Light, Tammi
Nail, Christina
Parker, Julia
Riversoprins Middle
Butler, Amanda
Linville, Chad
McBrayer, David
Smith, Shannon
Wakulla Middle
Austin, Adrienne
Bryan, Amy
Dow, Jeremiah
Miller, Lauren
Sandgren, Joshua
Staff, Jennifer
Approved Budget Amendments #06/07- 7, 8 & 9.
Approved Warrants #58707-59181 for payment.
Voting for the motion: Mrs. Cook, Mr. Evans, Mr.
Gray, Mr. Scott and Mr. Thomas.
Moved by Mr. Gray, seconded by Mrs. Cook to
approve Revised and New Job Descriptions.
Voting for the motion: Mrs. Cook, Mr. Evans, Mr.
Gray, Mr. Scott and Mr. Thomas.
Moved by Mr. Thomas, seconded by Mrs. Cook to
approve the Seamless Summer Feeding.
Voting for the motion: Mrs. Cook, Mr. Evans, Mr.
Gray, Mr. Scott and Mr. Thomas.
. Moved by Mr. Thomas, seconded by Mr. Gray to
approve the Exemption to the "Ms. Willie Glen
Act."
Voting for the motion: Mrs. Cook, Mr. Evans, Mr.
Gray, Mr. Scott and Mr. Thomas.
Moved by Mr. Gray, seconded by Mr. Scott to ap-
prove the 2007-2008 Memorandum of Agreement
for Wakulla County School Board and Workforce


tance to family members
7. Establish a line of credit
that can be used if needed in
the future
8. Vacation and travel
There is never a risk of los-
ing their home and they are free
to sell or refinance the home,
without penalty, at any time.
All money received is tax free
and has no effect on Social Se-
curity or retirement income.
A free report reveals how
citizens of Wakulla County
can utilize this opportunity
to ease financial burdens for
themselves, or their loved ones
courtesy of this United States
Government insured assistance
program.
For more information, call
the Consumer Awareness hot-
line for a free recorded mes-
sage, anytime 24 hours a day at
1-888-812-3156, ext. 1.


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Legal Notice

Plus.
Voting for the motion: Mrs. Cook, Mr. Evans, Mr.
Gray, Mr. Scott and Mr, Thomas.
Moved by Mr. Scott, seconded by Mr, Thomas to
approve the Safe Passage Safety and Security
Best Practices Self Assessment Report.
Voting for the motion: Mrs. Cook, Mr. Evans, Mr.
Gray, Mr. Scott and Mr. Thomas.
Moved by Mr. Scott, seconded by Mr. Gray to ap-
prove St. Marks Powder to use a school bus and
driver on May 1, 2007 for their annual picnic.
Voting for the motion: Mrs Cook, Mr. Evans, Mr.
-Gray, Mr. Scott and Mr. Thomas.
Moved by Mrs. Cook, seconded by Mr. Thomas to
adjourn.


MINUTES OF THE WAKULL
SCHOOL BOARD MEETING HELD
APRIL 16, 2007 CONTINUED.


105 Business Oppor


ATTENTION INVESTORS
VELOPERS provide finan
tions for commercial prope
as retail, industrial war
shopping center office buil
storage, and mixed use p
etc. Call Wade (
(850)459-1965.
Be your. own boss, work


Wakulla County Board of County Commissioners
is seeking a GIS Specialist.
Reports to: Community Development Director
GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES: This posi-
lion is responsible for development, implementa-
tion and maintenance of the Geographic Informa-
lion System (GIS) to support the Community De-
velopmert Department and the Office of E-911.
Working experience with ESRI GIS Software is re-
quired. Fundamental knowledge and skill in the
operation of GIS equipment, including computer
hardware and plotter/printer setup. Must maintain,
update and develop digital and hard copies of
maps for Wakulla County. Establishes and main-
tains effective working relationships with employ-
ees, associates, government officials and the gen-
eral public. Perform related duties and responsi-
bilities as required.


A COUNTY EDUCATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE: BS
ON degree in related field preferred, Associate degree
and/or documented completion of advance techni-
cal training in Geographic Information Systems
April 26, 2007 (GIS) required. Proof of work experience(skill in
database management or computer graphics.
. Ability to read engineered drawings, land surveys,
tunities maps, etc. Must be computer literate, i.e., Win-
* dows. MS Word, Excel and Wordperfect. Must
possess and maintain a valid Florida Drivers Li-
cense.
AND DE- APPLICATION DEADLINE: Open until filled. To
cing solu- obtain an application, contact Wakulla County
tiles such Commissioners Office (850) 926-0919, TDD (850)
rtiies suchn 926-1201.
rehouses, BY FLORIDA LAW, ALL APPLICATIONS FOR
dings, self EMPLOYMENT WITH THE COUNTY ARE OPEN
properties, FOR PUBLIC INSPECTION. DRUG SCREEN-
ING IS REQUIRED, PLUS A CRIMINAL BACK-
@ BBM GROUND CHECK. VETERAN'S PREFERENCE
WILL BE GIVEN TO QUALIFIED APPLICANTS.
WAKULLA COUNTY IS AN EQUAL EMPLOY-
MENT OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION
your own EMPLOYER.


hours. Mobile Kitchen, fully equipped
already established in Wakulla
County or move to your own loca-
.tion. Includes 8x14 concession stand
,99 GMC pickup, additional full size
-refrigerator, apartment size refrigera-
tor, 3 chest freezers, 6500 watt gen-
'erator. 10x14 storage building and
much more. Asking 45,000. Call (850)
926-1546 leave message, will return
call.

110 Help Wanted


Anderson Columbia Co., Inc. is cur-
rently seeking qualified Fuel, Lube &
Service Truck Technicians in the Tal-
lahassee area. All applicants must
have valid class B license and a Haz-
mat certification. Anyone interested
in this position should apply in per-
son at 950 Business Park Road. Or
contact Latasha at850-526-6605 for
any further questions.
Anderson Columbia Co., Inc. is cur-
rently seeking qualified Field engi-
neers/Surveyors for the Tallahassee
area. If you are interested please ap-
ply in person at 950 Business Park
Road. Or contact Latasha at
850-526-6605 for any further ques-
tions.
CURVES needs an Assistant Circuit
Trainer, must be over 18 and avail-
able for part-time work, flexible
hours. Call (850)926-9300 or
(850)933-0812.

Dental Hygienist needed for state of
the art Dental Practice Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday. Fax Re-
sume' to (850)984-0467 or
(850)984-5384 for interview.

Experienced Garage Door Installer
needed IMMEDIATELY. Please call
Denise at Hannah Garage Doors
(850)421-0106.
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and. holidays and employee
discounts. Call our Jobline at
1-800-250-9206 ext. 6645. eoe

BEALLS OUTLET


Lighthouse Lady Cleaning hiring
full-time day cleaning. personnel.
Must have experience, transportation
and must pass a background check.
Serious inquiries only. Call


Local Durable Medical Equipment
Co. seeking Medical Assistant, com-
puter skills a must. Great pay and
benefits, full time. Fax confidential
resume to: (850)926-9766.
Part-time help. Land surveying field
personnel. Drug Free Workplace. Call
(850)926-7174.
Riverside Cafe in St. Marks now ac-
cepting applications for experienced
short order cooks, preps and serv-
ers. Apply in person.
Sales- Restaurant Equipment. Work
in showroom, some outside, must be
experienced sales person with some
restaurant equipment knowledge,
outgoing personality, good work
ethic, drug free, salary and benefits.
Panacea (850)984-0236.
Wakulla County School Board
Vacancies: Wakulla County School
Board is accepting applications for
certified and classified positions. In-
terested individuals should visit the
WCSB web-site: www.wakul-
laschooldistrict.org, to view all va-
cancies and apply online.

Wolff Tan of Tallahassee is now hir-
ing for our new Crawfordville loca-
tion. We are in need of a full-time
Manager and multiple part-time Cus-
tomer Service Employees. Competi-
tive Salary & Benefits for our Man-
agement Position. Please e-mail re-
sume to shellygriffin@wolff-tan.com
or fax to (850)894-9206.

115 Services


A-1 PRESSURE CLEANING
Free Estimates
Licensed - John Farrell
926-5179
AAA CONSTANT COMFORT
Air cond. and heating, service and in-
stallation. Free quotes on new
equipment. Trane dealer. We fix all
brands and mobile homes.
926-8999. RA006672.
AIR-CON OF WAKULLA
HEATING & A/C
Maintenance & Service
Gary Limbaugh, 926-5592
FL Lic. #CAC1814304
3232 Crawfordville Highway
ALL PRO FENCE
Residential-Commercial
Fencing. 519-1416.


ANYTIME ELECTRIC
Specializing in repair and service,
residential and commercial, homes
and mobile homes. 24-hour service.
Mark Oliver, ER0015233. 421-3012.

Baby Cakes Mommy. Diaper baby
cakes. Everything to get started for
your newborn. Great baby shower
gifts! Special order request for any
baby theme. (850)294-2043.


(850)509-0623. BACK FORTY TRACTOR SERVICE
Bushhogging, Boxblading Driveway.
Now hiring. Fast growing tree service Larry Carter Owner/Operator.
in need of climbers & groundmen. 850-925-7931, 850-694-7041. Li-
(850)926-8733. censed/Insured.
cesdUsrd


R al saeTp
BySsa


Billy Porter Construction - Com-
mercial, Residential, Renovations. 40
years experience in Construction In-
dustry, free estimate call
(850)556-3710. CGC051097
C & R Tractor/Backhoe Services,
large tract and residential site clear-
ing rock, dirt, and road base hauling.
call Crandall (850)933-3346.
Caregiver and companion. Day or
night. Anytime. Light housekeeping,
cooking, run errands. References
upon request. (850)926-5198.


CLEANING
New construction, move-outs, pres-
sure washing-driveways, sidewalks,
pool decks. (850)519-2666 leave
message.
CREATIVE KIDS CHILD CARE.
Now has an opening for ages 2-12.
Healthy snacks and lunch provided.
Great summer activities w/extra TLC.
Call (850)926-6517 for more info.

Dirt, rock, gravel, sand, etc. Stephen
(850)519-3965.
HAROLD BURSE
STUMP GRINDING
962-6174

















Land clearing, culverts, driveways.
(850)519-3965.


I-O/4otft


K.C. Cleaning Service. Full service
residential cleaning with 20 years ex-
perience. (850)533-6301.
KEITH KEY HEATING AND AIR
Commercial, residential and mobile
homes. Repair, sales, service, instal-
lation. All makes and models. Lic.
#RA0062516. 926-3546.
Mr. Stump
STUMP GRINDING
Quick Service
Cellular: 509-8530
MSR TRACTOR SERVICE, LLC
Free Estimates-Affordable Prices
421-7464 or Cell 508-5378

Munges Tree- 24 hour emergency
service (850)421-8104.


PAINTING
Interior/Exterior
Residential/Commercial -
Pressure Washing
Billy Roddenberry
962-4271

PORTER PAINTING, LLC
Residential/Commercial, New Con.
struction. Remodeling. Soft
Wash/Pressure Wash. Licensed and
Insured. Free Estimates. Worker's
Comp. Certified. (850) 519-0416.

Radical Car Care - Specializing in
Japanese makes and models and
American models. Call
(850)877-5860.'


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984-5800 -

www.coastalshores.com
Ochlockonee Bay at the Bridge


Marv Shepard - Broker/Realtor - 528-0226,
Alice Ann Swartz - Broker/Assoc. - 559-8979
Jacque Eubanks - Realtor - 228-3218
Glenn Eubanks - Realtor - 228-3217
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!
2BR/1 BA Clark Avenue. $875 Mo.
3BR/2BA Mashes Sands, water view. $850 Mo.
2BR/1 BA Surf Road animal friendly $700 Mp.
3BR/2BA Gentleman Road, furnished. $1,000 Mo.
2BR/1.5BA Secluded $650 Mo.


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115 Services


O B * Residential

Commercial
Licensed
. . . . Insured
Reliable
Re-Roofs * New * Metal * Poatch
-Maurice Herndon
Over �0 YVers Experience
(850) 962-2437
or (850) 528-3487
LIc. #RC0066773_
REVELL WELL & PUMP REPAIR
Wd stock water pumps, electric mo-
tdrs.and parts. Complete installation
and repair services. 962-3051.
* ROBERT TAYLOR LLC
(850J528-4824 mobile, (850)
984-0124 after 6 p.m. Decks, hand-
tails, steps, siding, wood rot repair,
interior - exterior painting, finish trim,
fire and water damage. Licensed and
Insured.


i RODDENIERRY

ENTERPRISES


Lawn Services
Mowing
Edging
Trimming
Hedging
Weedeating

Tractor Work
Bush hogging
Finish mowing
Harrowing
Stump grinding
Leveling/grading

Landscaping
Design
Planting
Maintenance
Sod placement
Mulching/straw

Call
694-3352 /926-9169
For
FREE E1STIMATESlll


- -f DESIGN.
926-2211
North Pointe Center
Wakulla Painting & Restoration, LLC.
Interior/Exterior, Residential/Com-
mercial, Licensed/Insured Work
guaranteed in writing. Daniel
(850)212-1496.


200 Items For Sale


Find treasures and historical publica-
tions at The Old Jail Museum Thrift
Shop, High Drive, behind Court-
house, Saturdays 9 to 1.
HABITAT RE-STORE
Abundance of bedding, sofas, inte-
rior/exterior doors, windows/screens,
fiberglass shower units and light fix-
tures. Open Tuesday thru Saturday,
9 a.m. to 5 p.m., 940 Shadeville Hwy.
(Hwy. 61), 926-4544.





Antiques and Uniques
Something for Everyone"
61 Rose Street, Sopchoppy
sistersantiqtlesandulniques@yahoo.,co0
850-962-2550
Open Wed,-Fri. I - 6 p.m,.
1 Saturday 10 a.m.- 6 p.m.


220 Cars


1992 Cutlass Olds, good condition.
Call (850)284-4003 leave message.
1992 Pontiac Bonneville, $800.
Leave message, (850) 962-5412.
1998 Pontiac Grand Am, new clutch,
runs great. $2,500. Call
(850)926-2976 or (850)322-8416.

225 Trucks

1992 Ford Bronco. 119,000 miles,
4WD, new tires, excellent condition
$2,000. Call (850)877-1955.
2001 Nissan pickup truck, extended
cap, 4 cyl, 5sp. 112,000 miles, excel-
lent condition $7,500. (850)556-3710.

98 Chevy Silverado, runs great,
needs transmission work. $2,500
OBO. Call (850)926-6355.


At a 926-9663
Don't Make A Move Without Us!
We Can Show You
Any Property Listed!

4O P ERT IE JS Marsha Misso, Broker
3BR/2BA... on 7 acres, Hwy. 98 frontage...$475,000 Re-zone Commercial?
3BR/2BA Fenced... Rezone Commercial... Off 319... $154,900
5 acres, Sopchoppy... $65,000
3BR/2BA... Remodeled... FEMA Foundation... $119,900... Coastal
2BR/2BA... Two-Story in Wakulla Gardens... $137,900
3BR/2BA... Home on 1/2 acre mol... $-179,900 $169,900
www.flsunproperties.com
2747 Crawfordville Hwy. * marshamisso@msn.com



674 REHWINKLE RD










This great southern style home is situated in one
of the nicest areas of Wakulla County and is on
almost 4 acres. Included is almost 3000 sq ft.
(4300 sq. ft. under roof), a screened pool area
with lanai, custom hardwood floors, 2 master
baths, 10ft. ceilings, workshop and grapevines!
Price just reduced to $399,000! I

MIKE FRIEDMAN - (850) 566-6601
Broker/Owner
Ochlockonee Bay Realty


230 Motor Homes and
S Campers
1989 Pace Arrow motor home, 34ft
self-contained. Excellent condition,
new tires and brakes, rebuilt genera-
tor. $7,500. (850) 926-1676.
1991 Fleetwood Bounder 40' Motor
home, 76,000 miles, 460 Ford motor,
tag axle, 2 a/c's, generator, leveling
jacks, back-up camera, king bed, full
bath. $16,000 obo. (850)933-1141.
Pop-up Camper, 2005 Fleetwood
"Americana Valor" Model. Two King
size Bunks, Dinette, two stoves,
Couch and all options including A/C,
heater, fridge, awning, water heater,
etc. Great Condition. Asking $7,900.
(850)926-3101.


240 Boats and Motors


25'-2003 Proline, walk around w/
cuddy cabin 225 Yamaha 4 stroke,
includes all electronics $34,500. Call
(850)519-1416 or (850)926-8969.
275 Home Furnishings

BEDROOM: New 6 piece set still
boxed, $599, can deliver
(850)425-8374.
Queen Pillow-Top Mattress Set.
Brand new in plastic with warranty.
$150. 850-222-9879.
SOFA & LOVESEAT. Brand NEW
LEATHER, still wrapped, lifetime war-
ranty, sacrifice $795. (delivery avail-
able). (850)425-8374.
Sofa/loveseat. New micro fiber set,
$475, must move, delivery available.
(850)222-7783.

SOLID WOOD Cherry sleigh bed -
BRAND NEW in box, $275.
(850)545-7112.


320 Farm Products &
Produce


Grain-fed steers. Cut & wrapped,
$2.69 lb. Weight average 400-700
Ibs. Half or whole (850)926-5537.





Real



Sonya Hall
Lic. Real Estate Broker
"Specializing in Wakulla Co.":'
(850) 926-5084

FOR RENT
* 3Br 2Ba Twnhs $900
+ Sec. Dep.
* 3Br 2Ba SWMH $625mo
+ Sec. Dep.
* 3Br 2Ba New House $825
+Sec. Dep.
(Accepts Housing)
* 2Br 1Ba Duplex $565
+ Sec. Dep.
* 3Br 2Ba SWMH $700
+ Sec. Dep.
* 3Br 2Ba House 1 Car
Garage $1100 + Sec.
Dep.
Contact Sonya Hall at
(850) 528-0857
for details.


Properties, Inc.


Panacea at Bridge Take a look
984-5007 then give us a call!


Mushroom Compost $15 per scoop,
sm. load of field dirt, red mulch, pot-
ting s6il, delivery available. Call
(850)926-3280.
335 Pets

Adopt a pet from the shelter:
Dogs:
White German Shepherd Mix
Hound Mix
Jack Russell
Beagle
Lab mixes
Chihuahua mixes, older
Many other nice mixes.
Come and take a look.
Puppies:
Catahoula Mix, blue eyes
Tri-colored Coonhound
Shepherd mixes
Hound mixes
Adult cats and kittens.
Adoption fees include a deposit for
spaying or neutering and rabies vac-
cination. Come see us at #1 Oak
Street, next to the sheriff's office.
Shelter Hours: Tues. - Thurs., 10
a.m.-5p.m., Fri. and Sat., 10
a.m.-4:30 p.m. Closed Sun. and
Mon. (850)926-0890 www.chatofwa-
kulla.org
LOST-Golden Blonde Mixed Breed,
approximately 80 pounds in the
Kirkland Estates area. Missing since
Monday, April 15. Answers to the
name of "Foxy." If found, please call
(850)656-8870 (days), ext. 240,
(850)926-5195 (nights). If no answer,
please leave a message.






Community Realty

MAGNOLIA GARDENS
REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE!
Great 3BR/2BA home in a fast growing
Subdivision on a double lot with
hardwood flooring, tile, and berber car-
pet in bedrooms. Screened back patio
with a brick front and 1 car garage.
$147,500
FISHERMAN AND HUNTERS!
Extremely well kept 3BR/1 1/2BA
1964 mobile home on 1/4 of an acre,
with a 2 car carport, 2 storage units
both with electric and one with water,
and every well landscaped front lawn.
Nice addition on front of home makes
3rd bedroom and living area, new win-
dows and new back door. $51,999
HUNTERS PARADISE!
8.99 Acres in the middle of National
Forest. Small cypress pond with
tons of wildlife. $81,999
PERFECT RETREAT
ON LAKE SANDY.
3BR/2BA singlewide with a great
view. Nice and clean! Move in ready.
. $95,000 --
Or Purchase a lot on the lake for
$45,000 and build your dream home.
NICE AND QUIET!
This almost 1,500 sq. ft. 3BR/2BA mh
is on 1 full acre on a very quiet road,
just mins from downtown
Crawfordville. Surrounded by
homes on larger tracts.
$95,000

Mandy McCranie
509-1155
Leave Message or
call 926-8101


Realty


Wakulla Station
421-3133


The Pet Place
Pet grooming Salon, dog training
classes. You tried the rest now try
the best. 1626-B Capital Circle N.E.
Tallahassee. For appointments
(850)656-1512.

355 Yard Sales

Baby, household & furniture items.
221 Jean Drive. Next to Wakulla Mid-
dle School. Sat. 8-2.
Estate Sale: Spring Creek Hwy. &
Klamath St. 9-4, Sat. & Sun.
Fishing stuff, household items,
women's clothes 16-18, books, VHS
tapes, weed whacker, bug zapper
1330 Lower Bridge Rd. Sat. 8-12.
Huge sale, Friday April 27, and Sat-
urday April 28, from 7:00 a.m. till.
Lots of new clothes and shoes, toys,
tapes, Christmas decorations and
miscellaneous items. First Baptist
Church of Wakulla Station 945
Woodville Hwy. (850)421-6223.


Garage sale- 4/28/07 10 a.m.-4p.m.
99 Catawba Trail (off Springcreek
Hwy.) Turn onto Lower Bridge Road
at the Courthouse, left at first stop
sign and then first right onto
Catawba Trail. Generator, lawn-
mower, yard tools and equipment,
ladders, work bench, office desk
(cherry, 6 ft.) weight machine, sta-
tionary bike, Christmas decor, knick
knacks and more.
Huge 3 family YARD SALE every
Thur., Fri., & Sat. through May 5th.
51 Tully Ave. Panacea 8a.m. tolp.m.
Lots of everything!
Huge moving sale. Furniture, house-
hold goods, clothes, grill etc... 52 N.
Egret Street. Mysterious Waters on
the Wakulla River. Turn right on Tiger
Hammock look for sign. Fri. & Sat.
8a.m.

Junk in the Trunk
At Petty's BP, garden sale, flowers,
pots, tools, hangers, everything gar-
den. Sat 28 @ 8:00 a.m.


SKELLER




Tenesa Keillor m 1520 Killearn Center Blvd.
Sales Associate Tallahassee, FL 32309
Each Office ls Independently ....- 850.201.4663 Office * 850.445.6289 Cell
Owned and Operated 850.201.4664 Fax * tenesak@kw.com
Barefoot Cottages is a beautiful new coastal village located in Port St. Joe, FL. It
sits on 18 acres of beautiful coastline bordering Windmark Beach Phase II and the
Gulf Coast Parkway. This 3BR/3.5BA, 1480 sq. ft. cottage is perfect for investment,
retirement, or a vacation home. The community has 2 pools, 2 hot tubs, 3 playground
areas and more. Contact Tenesa Keillor at (850) 445-6289. MLS#167030 $509,000.


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Programs funded through WORKFORCE plus are equal
opportunity programs with auxiliary aids and services available
upon request to individuals with disabilities. Persons using
TTY/TTD equipment use Florida Relay Service 711.


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355 Yard Sales

Multi-Family Yard sale. SAT April
28th. Furniture and what-nots. 9am,
no early birds, please. 303 Trice
Lane.
Neighborhood yard sale. Bridlegate
off of Ivan Church Rd., 1 mile from
Walmart. Sat 8-noon.
Yard and bake sale, Sat. April 28th.
St. Stephen's Catholic Church, Natu-
ral Bridge Rd. off Woodville Hwy.
8am-12pm.
420 Card of Thanks

The family of Herman LeRoy Robin-
son would like to thank everyone
who sent food and flowers, but most
of all prayers during the loss of our
husband, brother, son, father and
grandfather. He will be greatly
missed. The family would like to send
a special thank you to Hank and
Henry Mae Forbes, and B.B. Bar-
wick.
Sincerely the LeRoy Robinson Fam-
ily, we know he now walks with God.
We would like to thank all who held
us in their prayers, to all who
phoned, sent food and flowers dur-
ing our time of sorrow. Special
thanks to Laurie Langston and the
Wakulla County Sheriff's Department
for all their hard work and effort.
The Family of Zeke Gossett.
500 Real Estate, Homes
Mobiles
What an opportunity Large brick
home with fireplace, in ground pool,
workshop, barn & more on nearly 4
acres with Hi 319 frontage The

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lots to choose from in fast-growing
coastal area $74,900 each.

510 Acreage for Sale

2 10-Acre Tracts in Smith Creek
$99,500 each. 1 5-acre on Hwy.
-$75,000 heavily wooded / partially
Cleared. Springs and creeks on back,
owner financing possible.
- Owner/Broker. (850)519-0504.
-20 acres $199,000 Wakulla County.
Call. Susan McKaye, owner/agent
..(850)510-2477. Ochlockonee Bay
w r Realty.
-i www.hardwoodhammock.com
clae.Srnsan reso ak


106 W. 5th Ave.
Tallahassee, FL 32303
222-2166 tel.
Call Donna Card
508-1235

* * *Acreage***
Two 5+ acre tracts off
Rehwinkel Rd. with large
trees on the back of prop-
erties and a small pond.
$161,700 and $163,500.
5 acre tract with paved
road frontage in
Crawfordville. Could
possibly be subdivided.
$175,000
2 acre tract in Wakulla
Forest with paved roads
and city water. Near
Wakulla Station. $59,950.
Carmen Rocio -.Perfect
opportunity! 2 ac. lot off
Shadeville Hwy near
Wakulla Station. $74,900.

530 Comm. Property for
Rent

1,074 sq. ft. Retail Store Front for
Rent in Lewiswood Center, Wood-
ville. Growing area, convenient to
Wakulla and Leon Counties.
421-5039.
1,200 sq. ft. warehouse space avail-
able, $800 mo. Short or longterm
lease available. Call for details.
(850)508-5177.
1700 sq. ft. retail space for rent with
Hwy. 319 frontage. $1650 per month
includes electric, sewer and water.
Call BlueWater Realty Group @
(850)926-8777.


GRADE A

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

Mini-Warehouse Spaces for lease,
8X10 and 10X12 now available.
Cor6e by or call Wakulla Realty,
92.6j084.


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Carol Ann


secluded area ne llams,
Beach. NearLic. Real
Estate
shape p rocker
ONLY $566-9293

BEAUTIFUL ACRES
hardwood hammock,
secluded area near Wakulla
Beach. Nearly square
shape property
ONLY $299,000
SILVER LAKE FRONT
Exlusive homesite
paved road, city water
$350,000
Call Carol Ann at
926-1340
We've moved around the comer
Facing Hwy. 98 in Carrabell
108 S.E. Avenue A.
84 Tallahassee St. _ Carrabelle, FL
566-9293


545 Homes for Sale i


Barefoot Cottages is a beautiful new
coastal village located in Port St.
Joe, FL. It sits on 18 acres of beauti-
ful coastline bordering Windmark
Beach Phase II and the Gulf Coast
Parkway. This 3BR/3.5BA, 1480 sq.
ft. cottage is perfect for investment,
retirement, or a vacation home. The
community has 2 pools, 2 hot tubs, 3
playground areas and more. Contact
Tenesa Keillor at (850)445-6289.
MLS#167030-$509,000.
Downtown Crawfordville! Like new
3BD/2BA home, large open
living/dining area with recessed light-
ing, vaulted ceilings, fireplace,
built-in entertainment center, garage,
and privacy fence surrounds back-
yard. This seller is motivated! Ask-
ing $155,000 Ochlockonee Bay Re-
alty (850)926-9260 / Diane Chason,
agent (850)559-8545.
Gorgeous New 3 BR.2 BA 1,400 sq.
ft. hurricane resistant home. Re-
duced $20,000 for quick sale to
$149,900. Backup generator sys-
tem, tankless water heater, 30-year
architectural shingle roof. Walking
distance to 150 acre Lake Ellen with
private boat ramp. 39 John David
Drive. 100% financing.
850-443-3300.

Owner Motivated Beautiful Home
For Sale, 3BR/2BA - 1,321 sq. ft.,
single garage, indoor laundry room.
Pay-off only. Available immediately.
(850)519-2C009 or (850)926-4088.


River Plantation 3BD/2BA on 1+
acre, 1,547 sq. ft., 2 car garage, large
screened porch /many extras. Gated
community w/ amenities. $219,900
(850)925-4743.

555 Houses for Rent

2 BR 1 BA on Mashes Sands Rd.
$775/month. Requires first and se-
curity. Ochlockonee Bay Realty:
850-984-0001 or 850-926-9260.
http://www.obrealty.com mail to:
obr@obrealty.com.
2BR/1 BA home in Wakulla Gardens
area, utilities included, $725 per
month. Call Bob @ (850)545-6010.

4BR/2BA wood floors, tiled baths,
1400 sq. ft. MOL $795/mo. Refer-
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984-3513.
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2BR Wakulla Station. $400 rmo.
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.' 'Above, an American Bald Eagle
was part of the 'Birds of Prey'
exhibit provided by the Georgia
Southern University Wildlife
Center.
At left, Georgia Southern
S* wildlife curator Scott Courdin
l . ' introduces a group of children
to a 14-foot Burmese Python.
S - .. Pictured are (from left) Rowan
Quinn, 7; Molly Schoffel, 6; John
Knight, 6; Sander Sokol, 4; and
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A walk on the





Wild Side

Scenes from the
2007 Wakulla Wildlife Festival


Georgia Southern education program coordinator KristaWeatherford shows
visitors this impressive Eagle Owl.


Molly Schoffel, a 6-year-old from Crawfordville, gets up close and personal with this Bearded
Dragon during the reptile presentation Saturday at Wakulla Springs.


Nicole Wilson (far right) of the Monticello area, tries to convince her 3-year-old-daughter, Morgan,
that it's all right to touch a King Snake.


A few of the
children were even
brave enough to
hold these
Madagascar
Hissing
Cockroaches.




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