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ONTICELLO


NEWS


141th Year No. 14 Wednesday, April 1, 2009 50 46 + 4

JOBLESS RATE UP SLIGHTLY HEllRE;

^fEE-P :FLORIDA'S IS WORSE IN 33 YEARS,


County Eligible For $40,000

To Prevent Homelessness


re eivbdkwj'dbpn Tues-
da!,:Marh & 4, jiatlit is
eligible for'%$40:893 in
federal fiun that is
ai ed, at.rr~2nhg
hdmeleshess, p"as t of.
t h4, $1.;billion.'for -the
H m~tess,' ,Prventionr
ai.'Rat i .id -hdusi gg
P gr ~l('f IRP thidr
was in ".d iR the
Americati I er o eTry
a rd Reinvtst renit Act
th it Preside N rick
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17 2009.
'. As with muAh'"of
thh'itformation telat-'
ing4e :". economic
stlS, paclkag

at A Ieo hiet


/ coalition oversees
eight' counties, '
w h i'ch ,' Jeffersofi
County ,is one. Shep-
',,.rd sa tfier .'group
*had held"orie previous,
n meeting oh the stimu
lds package and!
planned to hold an-
other one 9,'am. to
-noon Friday',(April 3)
atthe coalit)iby's office
i' TnTallahasee"' /
The'porpose of the
coming., ,ieYTing, she.
said, wasi tQ, identify
the. areas" O.?critical
need ini-e'ch ountyj
fqrmulat f& plafi to ac44
dress the, ne6ds, arid
designate the o4eald
ageticy fn ttitli
p lne i yltheplan irthe '
,'eve~o-obunty, regidni
.I".tho6gh / Jeffersox
.-dunt did not lav af
.' "indivi lual or organ Iza-
'lion- per se 'represO.nt-
g, ,At., the c6alitiod
megLirigs/on outeach
": worke, rhcitys' i
coris art ttuoh-'"witb
S, 'th various.charitablk
grpdus here 'was up'-


gei 'their" rdn ies alld- ,ear and,&"$8172,702
ca ed byte FDCS Qf-I thereaftd,:' A
fice o -omelessne's "- TJBe Bi Q and re-
thiAgh one of several gion' --' 'onsting of
designated I.d ageri --,, Fralln, G..adsdpn,
cits for th'eI homeless Liberty,-' Thylor.
continudfm I.f '\care Walillla, Madison afid
plannidig, ,nceithe ap- Jefferson counties is
propriate plans'fo:;the slated to receive
use of the I-RP $654,519,,Wit'b Madison
mbneyiaredevplolpd. .Coiinjt y-o,g $75,396
i Which'tVI ngts to /rndtIeffers'on-County
the Big B13nd; Hi less ,to,g'et $40.393. The allo-
Cqalition'B C), the/ c. catons ar' bpsed on
agey.gmoreor less c- '. population anid ,\the
ordinating the efforT' percentages-'-of -ec-
thus far for our region. tions, ubhe4lployment
Stephanie Shepherd. an,, footli.'stamps in
BBHC deputy director, each county.
explained Monday. '. Please See
March 30, that her COunf6 Page 4A


Education & Health


County had a season-
ally unadj listed unem-
ployment rate of 7.3
percent in February, up
0.1 percent from Janu-
ary's seasonally unad-
justed rate of 7.2
percent (revised from
the 7.4 percent given
earlier this month).
Meanwhile; the
seasonally adjusted un-
employment figures for
Florida and the nation
during the same period


LAZARO ALEMAN
Monticello News
Senior Staff Writer
Jefferson County's
unemployment rate
continues to remain
below the state and na-
tional levels, according
to the February figures
released by the Agency
for Florida Workforce
Innovation (AWI) on
Friday, March 27.
The AWI figures
show that Jefferson


Services Show Gains
were 9.4 percent and 8.1 justed means that the
percent respectively, numbers have been
And the February sea- cleaned of seasonal
sonally unadjusted un- and other factors that
employed figures for can skew the results.
the six-county area and seasonally unad-
that makes up North justed means the oppo-
Florida Workforce De- site. The statistics
velopment Board was don't reflect ihdividu-
9.4 percent. Those six als who have simply
counties are Jefferson, ceased seeking employ-
Madison. Hamilton. ment or dropped out of
Lafayette. Suwannee the
and Taylor. Please See Job-
Seasonally ad- less Rate Page 4A


Photo Submitted
The Jefferson Senior Center is about to complete its expansion and
renovations and Director Bobbie Krebs is eyeing adjacent property for purchase,
possibly to use for a parking lot.


New Addition Was A.
Calculated Gamble

LAZARO ALEMAN
Monticello News
Senior Citizens Center
Now that the ex-
pansion and renova-
tion work at the
Jefferson Senior Citi-
zens Center is nearing
completion, the facil-
ity's director can
breathed a sigh of re-
lief and admit that she
and the board of direc-
tors took a calculated
risk when they decided
to go forward with the
construction initiall.v
"Absolutely," Di-
rector Bobbie Krebs
said Thursday, March
26, when asked if she
could breathe easier
'now the funding had
been secured and the
project was nearing
completion.


"I'm not a quitter,"'
Krebs went on to say.
"When I get started on
something. I can't quit.
'I"have "had-people tell"
me they wouldn't have
taken the chance."
That chance was to
proceed with the con-
struction of phase one
of the expansion in
mid 2007. At the time,
the center had secured
$400,000 in federal
funding for a project
that was expected to
cost $1 million-plus ul-
timately Coming up
against a deadline for
use of the $400,000. or
having to return it oth-
erwise, Krebs and the
board decided to pro-
ceed with the construc-
tion,-even though they
had no assurance that
the rest of the funding
would ever be forth-
coming.
That gamble paid
off more than a year
later, when the center


Commissioners Set


LAZARO ALEMAN
Monticello News
Senior Staff Writer
Commissioners
liked the idea of having
a retreat so well that
they have now sched-
uled a second one for
mid May.
Commissioner
Stephen Fulford, who
came up with the idea
of the first retreat -
held Jan. 28 at the
Green Industries Insti-
tute site off US 90 just
west of Monticello -
was assigned responsi-
bility for arranging for
the second one and
coming up with a topic
of discussion, in coop-
eration with County
Coordinator Roy Schle-
icher.
Fulford suggested
on March 19 that the


2 Sections. 26 Pages


Home Improvement 11A
Legals 13A
School 3A
Sports 10A-11A
Viewpoints 2-3A


topic of discussion at
the retreat should be
the county's capital im-
provement needs. He
said the idea was to pro-
duce a priority list of
foreseeable capital im-
provement *projects
that took into consider-
ation such things as the
purchase of new equip-
ment; construction and
upgrade of infrastruc-
ture; and paving of dirt
roads, an issue of par-
ticular concern to him.
"We need to de-
velop a quantifiable
list," Fulford said.
Commissioner
Hines Boyd offered that
he would like to add a
couple of items to the'
discussion agenda, ei-
ther for the coming re-
treat or for a future one.
One topic he suggested


received word in late
November 2008 that it
had been approved for
$873,427 in state fund-
ing, allowing- for -com-
pletion of the project.
The thinking all
along had been that a
partially constructed
facility was more
likely to secure fund-
ing than one merely in
conceptualization. But
for the year that the
Partially constructed
building sat vacant
and unfinished, it was
a constant reminder to
Krebs and the board of
the precarious situa-
tion they put them-
selves in. Namely, that
situation was that if
the funding should fail
to materialize, they
would be accused of
foolishness and waste-
fulness for proceeding
with a project without
assured funding.
Please See Senior
Center Page 4A, ,


2nd


Retreat


was the Comprehensive
Plan, a document that
governs the county's
land uses and that is
currently under revi-
sion.
"I'4 like to get an
update and be able to
give input into the
Comprehensive Plan
while it is still fluid and
in motion," Boyd said.
A second point of
interest, he said, was
the personnel policy.
The commissioners
set a tentative date of
May 13 or 14 for the re-
treat, depending which
day proved best relative
to their individual
schedules. The retreat
is set to take place .9
a.m. to noon again at
the Green Industries
Institute. The public is
welcomed.


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4/1 71 A
hunderistons dey. Rai Sai ered thdor WM
be llleavy at ties. High
73F.


City Set

To Install
Water

Lines At

Industrial

Park
Closing On Deal Said
To Be Imminent
LAZARO ALEMAN
Monticello News
Senior Staff Writer
April 20 has been
set as the day that city
crews will install'
water lines alongside a
section of Industrial
Park Drive in the in-
dustrial park, a neces-
sary step to getting two
California-based com-
panies to relocate here.
City Manager
Steve "Wingate': re-
ported on Monday,
March 30, that his
crews were waiting for
the county to do the
necessary ditch work
before proceeding with
the installation of the
waterlines. He said
once his crews started
the work, it should&
take them two to three
days to complete the
installation of the.500-
or-so feet. of water-
lines.
The extension is to
provide city water to a
parcel just off Indus-
trial Park Drive fhat is
expected to become the
home of the British
Tea and Active Pet
Feeds companies.
The way the
arrangement was
worked out, the county
handled the engineer-
ing and the permitting
for the water extension
project and also pur-
chased the materials'
and the city agreed to
install the 8-inch pip-
ing at no cost. In re-
'turn, the city will reap
the .tap fees .and
monthly water usage
charges- that the two
businesses will gener-
ate once they locate on
the site.
Beyond the water-'
line extension project,
county officials have
agreed to paving a por-
tion of the road and in-
stalling a septic tank
on the site. The ex-
pected.costs of the up-
grades to the county
are expected to be less
than $75,000, a far cry
from the more than
Please See Water
Lines Page 4A


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Fri 7662
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and lows inthe low 50s.


4-H 14A
Around Jeff. Co. 4-8A
Classifieds 12A
Dining Out Guide 10A
History, 9A


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Judgment


Judgment. Day it will
happen, one day, for each
and every one of us. .
The question each one
of us needs to ask our-
selves is, "What will be
written in OUR Book of
Life, when it is opened, on
Judgment Day?"
A few months ago we
Sran a special story called
"A Teenager's' View of
Heaver." We ran it in both
our Madison County and
Jefferson County newspa-
pers. The response I heard
was overwhelming. The
impact that one story can
make is amazing.
When I started writ-
ing this column I thought
of that story once again. It
says so much ,more than
what I could possibly try
to write myself, so I'm
using this column space to
re-run it again.
A TEENAGER'S VIEW
OF HEAVEN
1, 7-year-old, Brian
Moore had only a short
time to write something for
a class. The subject was
what Heaven was like. "I
wowed 'em." he later told
his father: Bruce. "It's a
killer It's the bomb. It's the
best'ihing I ever wrote." Jt
also was the last.
Brian Moore died May
27, 1997, the day, after
Memorial Day. He was,
driving home from a
friend's house when his car
went off Bulen-Pierce Road
in Pickaway County' and
struck a utility pole. He
emerged from the wreck
unharmed but stepped on a
downed power line and
was electrocuted.
The Moore's framed a
copy of Brian's essay and
hung it among the family
portraits in the living
room. "I think God used
him to, make a point. I
think we were meant to
find it and make some-
thing out of., it," Mrs.
Moore said of the essay.
She and her husband want
to share their son's vision
of life after death. "I'm
happy for Brian. I know
he's in heaven. I know I'll
see him."
Brian's Essay. The
Room...
In that place between
wakefulness and dreams, I
found myself in the room.
There were no distinguish-
ing features except for, the
one wall covered ., with
small index card files.
They were like the ones in
libraries that list titles by
author or subject in alpha-
betical order.
But these files, which
stretched from-floor to ceil-'
ing and seemingly endless
in either direction, had
very different headings. As
I drew near the wall of
files, the first to catch my
attention was one that read
"Girls I have liked." I
opened it and began flip-
ping through the cards. I
quickly shut it, shocked to
realize that I recognized
the names written on each
one.
And then without
being told, I knew exactly
where Twas. This lifeless
room with its small files
was a crude catalog system
for my life. Here were writ-
ten the actions of my every


moment, big and small, in
a detail my memory could-.
n't match. A sense of w6n-
der and curiosity, coupled
with horror, stirred within
me as I began 'randomly
opening files and exploring
their content.
Some brought joy and
sweet memories; others a
sense of shame and regret
so intensethat I would look
*over my shoulder to 'see if
anyone was watching.
A 'file named
"Friends" was next to one
marked "Friends 'I'have,
betrayed."' The 'titles,
ranged from the mundane
to the outright weird
"Books I Have Read, "Lies,
I have told.'" "Comfort I,
have given, "'Jokes Ihave
laughed at." Some ,were
almost hilarious in their
exactness: "Things I've
yelled at my brothers."
Others I couldn't laugh at:.
"Things IHave Done in My
Anger" "Things I Have
Muttered under My Breath
at My Parents'" I never
ceased to be surprised by
the contents.
Often there were;many
more cards than I expected.
Sometimes fewer than I
hoped. I was overwhelmed
by the sheer volume of the
life I had lived. Could it be
possible that I had the time
in my years to fill each of
these thousands or even
millions of cards? But each
card confirmed this truth.
Each was written, in my
own handwriting. Each
signed with my signature.
When I pulled out the
'file marked "TV Shows I
have watched" I realized
the files grew- to contain
their contents. The cards
were packed tightly aid yet
after two or three yards; I
hadn't found the end of the
file. I shut it, shamed, not
so much by the quality of
shows but more by the vast
time I knew thatfile repre-
sented.
When I came to a file
marked "Lustful
Thoughts, "Ifelt a chill run
through my body. I pulled
the file. out. only an inch,
not willing to test its size
and drew out a card. I
shuddered at its detailed
content.,
I felt sick to think that
such a moment had been
recorded. An almost ani-.
mal rage broke on me. One
thought dominated "my
mind: No one must ever see
these cards! No one must
ever see this room! I have to
destroy them!" In insane
frenzy I yanked the file out.
Its size didn't matter now. I
had to empty, it and burn
the cards.'But as I took it at
one end and began pound-
ing it on the floor, I could
not dislodge a single card.
I became desperate and
pulled out a card, only to
find it as strong as steel
.when I tried to tear it.
Defeated' and utterly
helpless, I returned the file
to its slot. Leaning my fore-
head against the wall, I let
out a long, self-pitying
sigh.
And then I saw it. The
title bore "People I Have
Shared the Gospel
with. "The handle was
brighter than those
around it, newer, almost


Day.





unused. Ipulled on its han-
dle and a small box not
more than three, inches
long fell into my hands. I
could count the cards it
contained on one hand.
And then the tears
came. I began to weep, sobs
so deep that they hurt.
They started in my stom-
ach and shook through me.
I fell on my knees and
cried. I cried out of shame,
frorn the overwhelming
shame of it all. The rows.
of file shelves swirled in ,
my tear-filled eyes. No one
must. ever, ever, know of
this room. I must'lock it up
and hide the key. But then(
as I pushed away the tears,
I saw Him.
SNo, please not Himn.
Not here. Oh, anyone but
Jesus. I watched helplessly
as He began to open the '
filds and read the cards. I
couldn't bear to watch His
response. And. in the
moments I could bring
myself to look at His face, I
sawu a sorrow deeper than
my own. He seemed to intu-
itively go to the worst
boxes. Why did He have to
read every one?
Finally He turned and
looked at me from across
the room. He looked at me
with pity in His eyes. But
this was a pity that didn't
anger me. I dropped my
head, covered my face with
my hands and began to cry
again. He walked over and
put His arm around me.
He could have said so.
many things. But He didn't
say a word. He just cried
with me.
Then He got up and
walked back to the wall of
files. Starting at one end of
the room, He took out a file
and, one. by one, began to.
sign His name over mine
on each card. "No!" I
shouted rushing to Him.
All I could find to say was
"No, no," as I pulled the
card from Him. His name
shouldn't be on these
cards. But there it was,
written in red so rich, so
dark, and so alive. The.
name of Jesus covered
mine. It was written, with
His blood. He gently took
the card back. He smiled a
sad smile and began to
sign the cards. I don't
think I'll ever understand
how He did it so quickly,
but the next instant it'
seemed I heard Him close
the 'lastfile and walk back
to my side.
He placed His hand on
my shoulder and said, "It
is finished." I stood up,
and He led me out of the
room. There was no lock
on its door There were still
cards to be written.
As we go through life,
EVERYTHING we do is
written in our book of life.
We should always be
aware of our actions, and
if they are pleasing to
God, for NOTHING goes
unnoticed by Him.
One of the most pro-
found things I heard, one
time, was, ."When you
stand before God on
Judgment Day He will not
ask you how others treat-
ed you He will ask you
how you treated others."
Until then....I'll see
you around the town!


TEN YEARS AGO
March 31, 1999
The County Commission has
instructed County Attorney Buck Bird
to proceed with legal action against two
businessmen who still owe the county
combined $110,000 from a pledge dating
back to April, 1991.
The School Board and school .offi-
cials are ecstatic over the response from
state officials to their workshop
Tiriursday, discussing the "Flying
Tigers" approach to helping, students
pass the Florida Comprehensive
Achievement Test (FCAT).
District Teacher of the Year, Brenda
Bush of the Howard Middle School fac-
ulty, will be honored along with district
nominees, at a breakfast scheduled 8
a.jm. Friday at the Opera House.
:The man suspected of a shooting
MIonday afternoon in Roostertown that
lefti another man in critical, coridition,
turned himself in to police early
Tuesday morning.
TWENTY YEARS, AGO'
March 29, 1989
First grade, teacher at Jefferson
Elementary School, Beaitrice Sloan was
named the District Teacher of the Year
Friday Sloan will go on the represent
the district in the regional and possibly
the state and even national competi-,
tions.
Eight Jefferson County High School
Carpentry and Auto Mechanics students
who are' members of the Vocational
inhlus'trial Clubs of America (VICA).
attended the region one competition last
week in Pensacola. Six of the eight
placed in their competition fields and
twd the those students, Derrik Farmer
and Maurice Austin; will go on to repre-
sent the school- in the state competition
next month.
Eyeri though the deadline for a land-
fill decision is upon them, the County
Commission still has not decided which
direction they will take in solving the
landfill problem. However, during a spe-
cial meeting Wednesday, Commissioner
Gene Cooksey stressed the fact that they
needed-an answer to theprospect of
joining the regional landfill concept
because a meeting was being held in
Taylor County Monday evening.


By: Debbie Snapp
Monticello News
Staff Wri -






'a -


RoEbert Scurry


Robert Scurry was born and raised
in Jefferson County. He has three
grown children and three grandchil-
d re n.
He is employed with Dixie Paving -
1& Grading and has been a member of :.
Hickory Hills Memphis Baptist
Church since 1993.
He enjoys fishing and hunting with
|his friend Robert Andrews but work keeps him quite busy.
aallo\ ing him very little time for the things he truly enjoys.
His mother \ as the late Katherine Jackson of Monti-
cello.


MONTCjELLO -t .0LO





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Thought -
AWhy is it that our children can't read a
Of The Bible in school, but they can I n prison?

Week -


THIRTY YEARS AGO
March 29, 1979
A pilot project which originated in
Jefferson County in 1972, headed by
Betty Harris, received national valida-
tion last Friday whieh means the special
education program will now serve as a
model for the entire United States..
Grand opening festivities are
planned Saturday at the Jefferson
Square Shopping Center. '
'Coach Ray Hughes and the Aucilla
Warrior basketball .team ran their
record to 6-1 after two wins last week in
district play.
Jefferson County's newest restau:
rant is the Byrd's Nest, owned and oper-
ated by Mary'Byrd and located on the
corner of Madison and Railroad Street.
FORTY YEARS AGO
March 29, 1969
The coveted Big Bend
Sportsmanship Award for the 1968 foot-
ball season has been received by Coach
Elmer Coker and his 1968 Tiger Squad.
Five Jefferson County High School
science students swept the honors in the
Big Bend Science' Fair in Tallahassee
recently. They were Terri Rome, first
place winner, Jackie Braatz, fourth
place winner, Jimmy Pafford, third
place winner, Patsy Fulford, second
place winner and Martha Ward, third
place winner.
New officers of, the Beta Sigma Phi
were Carolyn Wright, president; Betty
Messer, vice-president; Evelyn Buzbee,
secretary; Jane Hart, treasurer; exten-
sion officer, Phyllis Brittle.
FIFTY YEARS AGO
March 29, 1959
Linda Duke; Martha Davenport and
Linda Smith were winners of an essay
contest on '"How Spelling Will Increase
My Efficiency in Scholarship."
SIXTY YEARS AGO
March 29, 1949
The high school band left for the
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J.M. Haynes, Mrs. Felix Johr-ston, Mrs.
Claudia Edwards, Mrs. A.E. Cooper and
Mrs. W.J BtBullock.
Joan McClung. Ann Stokley and
Alice Coulter are Tri-Hi-Y delegates to
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By Tyrra B Meserve
A Special From Greene
Publishing, Inc.
Open now a few
months, Madison
County's newest addi-
tion to fine dining has
come in the form of The
Wild Plum. Not ones to
throw themselves into
the spotlight, owners
Kevin O'Malley and
Marina Greenwood had
a "soft-open" for their
restaurant that is a taste-
ful blend of internation-
ally. divine cuisine
served in a beautifully
redecorated home set-
ting. .
When first arriving
at the Wild Plum, if not
for the valet parking,
pne might think they
had ventured no further
than a friend's for din-
ner. A neatly trimmed
house beckons patrons
to enter the front door
and into the waiting
area that used to be the
home's sitting room.
Now, beautifully
refurbished complete
with hardwood floors,_
the receiving room holds
a piano and high sitting
tables and stools that.
accommodate drinks
and light conversation
before being seated for.
dinner.
There the choices
truly begin. 'From a
more traditional dining
area in front with tables
featuring a; view of the
neighborhood, a garden
room with pictures of
cherubim that is geared
more for families dining
with little: angels, a pri-


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Wild Plum owners Kevin O'Malley and Marina
Greenwood open their restaurant-home doors to pro-
vide Madison County with heavenly cuisine.


vate room whose walls(
are dedicated, tq and
adorned with local
artists' works that can
accommodate private
parties, to. a library
room with 'a lit aquari-
um and wall-mounted


bookshelves that would
be the envy of. Henry
Higgins himself, there
are plenty of choices to
suit the mood of the
evening.
Also, there to pro-
vide ambiance,


Thursday through
Saturday, the Wild Plum
plays host to local live
musicians. Some guitar,
some piano, light jazz
with a little folk, the
mood is made cozy with
tunes on the side. And if
it's something to munch
'on while one decides, the
Wild Plum has that too
as two for one appetizers
are served from 8 until
10 every night for cou-
ples looking to snack.
For those who are in
wait, there is a chance
that couples could find
each other in the dining
room on Wednesday
nights, where singles
know to go for a night
out.
There. is even a
Sunday Brunch every
week that lets diners
enjoy a taste of the regu-
lar menu as well a's a
sample of some extras
made just for them.
For those who
haven't had a chance yet,
join those who have
'already found their
home away from home
when it comes to fine
dining.
The Wild Plum is
located in near-by
Madison,, at 379 West
Base St. (Hwy 90)' and
can be reached by call-
.ing 850-973-6405.


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Count) Journal,
Friday. March
27. Dr. \\esle. D.
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Tallahassee
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incorrectly, titled.
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Journal regrets
the error.


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Jobless Rate


Cont. From Page 1


Per the allocation the additional funds to ing search and place-
formula,. for example, address these needs and ment and credit repairs,
Jefferson County is list- fulfill the federal expen- among other things.
ed as having 0.1- percent diture timeframes." The money may not
evictions, 0.3 percent Other parts. of the be used for mortgage
unemployment and 0.5 requirements: costs, construction or
percent foot stamps; and The money must rehabilitation, credit
Madison County is listed be targeted to homeless cards bills, car repairs
as having 0.5 percent prevention and housing or transportation costs,
evictions, 0.4 percent relocation and stabiliza- food or clothing, and
unemployment, and 0.9 tion uses and will only such.
percent food stamps. be available through The state requires
Following the initial Sept. 30, 2011. that the greater portion
allocations, the remain- All the money of the HPRP funds be
ing money, representing must be spent within used for direct assis-
40 percent of grant three years, with HUD tance to households fac-
funds, will be distrib- able to recapture the ing homelessness and
uted on a competitive unexpended funds that administrative and
basis to those communi- beyond the first two staffing costs be mini-
ties that "best document years and reallocating mized. Priority is to be
the unmet needs of the funds. given to households
households either at- Per HUD, the HPRP impacted by the current
risk of losing their money may be used for recession, including
homes or apartments or rental assistance, secu- those who are unem-
who have become home- rity and utility deposits, played, lost a second job
less; that demonstrate utility payments, mov ,or had work hours
their successful per- ing costs' and motel and, reduced, are on fixed
formance in the timely hotel vouchers. It may incomes, have incomes
*use of the HPRP awards; also be used for case below the poverty level,
and that demonstrate management, outreach, or face eviction because
the capacity to commit and engagement, hous- of foreclosure.

Water Lines Cont. From Page 1


$250,000 that was ini-
'tially estimated, when
the project involved the'
installation -of sewer
lines and the paving of
the road by an outside
contractors.
Commissioners
decided to do of the
work in-house as part
of a cost-cutting effort
that would make the
project feasible.
The improvements
are all part of an effort'
to get British business-
'man' Graham Tweed to
relocate his two compa-
nies here. Tweed now
supposedly has, ,the


Not one to rest on
'her laurels, Krebs is
:already looking beyond
,the dedication ceremo-
ny of the new building
and renovated center
- tentatively sched-
uled for July, as -the
construction is expect-
ed to end in late June -
'and to other projects.
That next project,
in fact, is the purchase
of an adjacent two-acre
lot that is located
-_directly west of the
center's present site.
The center already has
a contract on the prop-
erty, with a closing ten-
tativxely scheduled for
April 30. Krebs said the
money for the pur-
chase will largely come
from fundraisers.
Meanwhile, she is
working on another
grant application for
'money from the U.S.


closing papers in-h
and is expected to
the contract immin
ly for the purchase
the parcel. That.
least, was the last c
munication f
E c o n 0 m
Development Dire
Julie Conley on Fri
Thus far, \however,
setting of a defini
date for the signing
the paper has pro
elusive.
'. Conley first ale
county officials. al
"the 'possibility
Tweed moving his
companies, to


Department of
Agriculture to clear
the lot once it's pur-
chased and possibly
construct a parking lot
there to accommodate
the increased traffic
that will likely come
with the new addition.
But who knows that in
the future the lot won't
be used as the site for
the construction of, an
annex or some other
building, she offers.
The center, in fact,
appears generally to be
entering calmer times
in terms of its funding,
despite the continuing
deterioration of the
economy. Krebs reports
that the recent lifting
of the Medicaid waiver
freeze has proven a
boon to her organiza-
tion, given that its
client population is
mostly composed .of


The benefit trail ride for Relay of Life
scheduled for March 28th at Avalon Plantation
has been rained out, and will be rescheduled for
April 4th.
Hopefully, April 4th will provide better
conditions. We are so sorry we had to cancel the
ride.
For those of you that didn't want a refund,
and wanted your donation to stand with the
American Cancer Society, THANK YOU!!
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forward to meeting or for further
everyone on April 4th, information contact
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and hope you will at 5o8- 8
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Sincerely,
Dana & Perry Lastinger


iand industrial park in
sign January 2008. Since
lent- then, county officials
e of have been negotiating
, at with Tweed via Conley
;om- for the' relocation of
rom the two companies
i c here.
ctor The British Tea
iday. Company holds the
the exclusive rights to the
itive sale and distribution of
.g of selected tea products
ven throughout the world.
The Active Pet Feeds
rted Company, 'meanwhile,
bout distributes high-end
of pet treats that are
two reportedly made of 100-
.the percent salmon.

Cont. From Page 1


low-income individuals
with limited assets.
"We had been
frozen for two years,"
Krebs said. "It was get-
ting rough. We had. 70
people on the waiting
list that we couldn't
serve. We're working
hard now to pick up
these people. If they
end up going to nurs-
ing homes, it will cost.
the state $50,000 more
for each. "
She said the center
had, also received
enough federal funding
from the economic
stimulus package to
carry on its meals and
meals-on-wheels pro-
grams through the end
of the' fiscal year,
which is June 30.
It was her under-
standing that the feder-
al funding would then
continue for the next 18
months, she said.


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workforce for whatever,
reasons.
For Jefferson
.County, the 7.3 percent
translates into 503 job-
less persons .out of a
labor force of 6,899, com-
pared with 494 -jobless
persons out of a work-
force of 6,871 in January
A year ago ., in
February, the unemploy-
ment rate for Jefferson
County was 3.7 percent,
or 250 jobless persons
out of a workforce of
6,752.
Adjacent Madison
County, meanwhile, is
experiencing a grimmer
unemployment picture,
with a seasonally unad-
justed unemployment
rate of 10.2 percent in
February up 0.2 percent
from January's figures
of 10.0 percent. That
translates into 709 unem-
ployed persons out of a
workforce of 6,939, com-
pared with 690 unem-
ployed out of a work-
force of 6,913 in January.
In February 2008,
Madison County had a
jobless rate of 5.3 per-
cent.
In terms of their
unemployment rates,
Jefferson and Madison
counties rank 58 and 24
respectively in the state,
with number one indi-
cating the highest unem-,
ployment rate and 67 the
lowest. Flagler County
ranked number one,
with a 14.2 percent
unemployment rate.,
Liberty County ranked
67,;'with a 5.5' percent


unemployment rate.
In terms of the
greater Tallahassee area
- considered to take in
Jefferson, Gadsden,
Leon and Wakulla coun-
ties the area ranked 22
in the state among lower
density metropolitan
statistical areas with a
6.9 unemployment rate
in February That trans-
lates into 13,175 unem-
ployed persons out of a
labor force of 191,111,
according to the AWI fig-
ures. In January, the
unemployment rate for
the greater Tallahassee
area was 6.6 percent
(12,571 unemployed out
of a workforce of
189,980) and it was 3.5
percent in FebruAry 2008
(6,513 unemployed out of
a workforce of 187,392).
Florida's seasonally
adjusted rate of 9.4 per-
cent in February repre-
sents 874,000 jobless out
of a labor force of 9,252,
according to the A'VI.
"The unemployment
rate is 0.6 percentage
point higher than the
revised January rate of
8.8 percent and is up 4.2
percentage points from
the February 2008 rate,"
the AWI press release
states. "The state's cur-
rent unemployment rate
is 1.3 percentage points
higher than the nation-
al unemployment rate
of 8.1 percent."
In fact, Florida's 9.4
percent unemployment
rate is the highest since
April 1976, when unem-
ployment also hit 9.4


percent.
"The February 2009
rate of job loss contin-
ues the trend of .over-
the-year declines that
'began in August 2007,
primarily due to
declines in construction
jobs," the AWI release
states.
Following'are some
statistics related to
Florida's nonagricul-
tural 'employment by
industry, seasonally
adjusted:
Florida was down
399,400 jobs in February,
compared to a year ago.
Construction lost
114,600 jobs over the
year, accounting for
more than 27 percent of
the job .losses in the
state.
Other industries
experiencing over-the-
year declines included
professional and busi-
ness services, down
102,100 jobs; trade,
transportation and util-
ities, down 85,500 jobs;
manufacturing, down
35,100 jobs; financial
activities, down 18,300
jobs; information, down
11,500 jobs; and total
government, down 3,600
jobs.
Education and
health services were the
only among Florida's
major industries to gain
jobs 19,200 jobs to be
exact. The AWI attrib-
utes much of the
increase in these two
industries to growth in
nursing and residential'
care facilities.


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APRIL 1
Monticello Kiwanis
Club meets every
Wednesday at noon at
the Jefferson. Country
Club on Boston
Highway for lunch and
a meeting. Contact
President Katrina
Walton at 997-5516 for
club information.
APRIL 1 AND 15
Jefferson County
Lions Club will meet 1
p.m. on the first and
third Tuesdays of the
month at The
Monticello Pizza.
Kitchen on Dogwood
Street. For more infor-
mation contact. Jessie
Carpenter at 656-8615.
APRIL 2
The Business
Community Prayer
Breakfast and meeting
will be held 7 to 8 a.m.
on the first Thursday of
the month. Frank
Voran, former. Leon
.County School
Principal, will be guest
speaker, along with a
morning hour -filled
with music, prayer, and
Christian fellowship.
The community is wel-
comed and encouraged
to attend, and bring a
friend. .The meeting
will be held at Lloyd
Baptist Church, with
the church family
preparing and serving
the meal. Contact
SCoordinator L. Gary
Wright at 997-5705, 933-
5567, ..i or
J4gwright39@embarqmai
:l.com for more informa-
tion.
APRIL 2
Girl Scout leaders
and volunteers -meet


DEBBIE SNAPP
"Monticello News
'Staff Writer
Lamont Baptist
Church will hold a Fish
Fry and Garage Sale
Saturday April 4 at 121
River Road, in down-
town Lamont.
The cost of the meal
is $7 aiid will consist of
mullet, cole slaw, cheese,
grits, hushpuppies, and
a cold beverage.


6:30 p.m. on the .first
Thursday of every
month at the Eagle's
Nest on South .Water
Street for a general
meeting. Contact Vicki
Adams for more infor-
mation at 386-2131, or
vadams@gscab..org
APRIL 2
AA- meetings are
held 8 p.m. on
Thursday at the Christ
Episcopal Church
Annex, 425 North.
Cherry Street. For more
information call 997-
2129 or 997-1955.
APRIL 3
Monticello Rotary
Club meets every
Friday at noon at the
Monticello/Jefferson
Chamber of Commerce
on West Washington
Street for lunch and a
meeting. Contact
President James
Muchovej at 980-6509 for
club information.
APRIL 3'
Ashville Area
Volunteer Fire
Department meets 6:30
p.m.n on the' first Friday
of each month at the
fire station. Contact
,Fire Chief John
Staffieri at 997-6807 for
more details.
APRIL 4
Ashville Area
Volunteer Fire
Department (AAVFD),
will host a Scavenger
Hunt for children to
participate in 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Saturday at the
.Dixie Plantation. The
different apparatus that,
could appear at a fire or.
medical incident will be
on display. The children,
will learn something at


The garage sale will
begin at 8 a.m. and will.
continue through the
day. The meals will
. begin at 11 a.m.
Come out for the
day. The church .family
may have just what
you've been looking for,
and just can't live with-
out.
Remember, one' per-
son's junk is another
person's treasure.


each station and earn a
sticker throughout the
hunt. Once the hunt is
completed they will
then be able to grab for
a prize. In addition,
there will be fun craft
tables, and a BBQ stand
for a lunch offering.
There will be a repre-
sentation by AAVFD,
Jefferson County Fire
Rescue; Smokey Bear
will be on hand from the
Division of Forestry,
along with members
with the new Jefferson
County. Lions Club. For
more information con-
tact Denise Tosado at,
\997-2259.
APRIL 4 AND 18
Girl Scouting is fun,
and builds girls of
courage, confidence,
and character, who
make the world a better
place. Join with other
girl's ages 8 to 12, Junior
Troop 150, 10 a.m. to 12
p.m. on the first and
third Saturday of each
.month at the Greenville
United Methodist
Church to learn more
about Girl Scouts. For


more information con-,
tact co-leaders Janice
and Sean Carson at 948-
6901 .or contact the
Council of the
Apalachee Bend at 386-
2131.
APRIL 4
New exhibit open-
inig reception 2 to 4 p.m.
Saturday at. the
Jefferson Arts Gallery,
featuring Zaid Haynes.
This exhibit will be on
display through the
entire month, Jefferson
Arts, Inc. exhibits are
free and open to the pub-
lic at the Gallery loca-_
tion 575 West
Waphington Street. The
Gallery is open 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Wednesday
and Saturdays, or by
appointment. Jefferson
Arts: Inc. is a non-profit
group with a goal of pro-
moting art and art edu-
cation in the Monticello
area of North Florida
and South Georgia. For
more information, con-'
tact the Gallery at 997-
3311 or visit
www.jeffersonartsgaller
ycom


April Business Community
Prayer Breakfast,


DEBBIE SNAPP
Monticello News.
Staff Writer
Frank Voran, a for-
mer Leon County School
Principal, will be guest
speaker at the Business
Community ,Prayer
Breakfast 7 a.m.
Thursday. Aprij.; 2 at
Lloyd Baptist Church.
The morning hour'
will be filled with music,
prayer, and Christian
fellowship. The commu-


nity is encouraged to
attend, and bring' a
friend.
The Business
Community Prayer
Breakfast is held on the
first Thursday of each
month at *d different
church location.,If,your
church, family, : would
like to host a breakfast
or for more information,
contact coordinator L.
Gary Wright, at 997-5705
or 933-5.567.


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APRIL 5
VFW Post 251 meets
5 p.m. on the first
Sunday of each month
at the Memorial
Missionary Baptist
Church on South
Railroad Street in the
annex building for a
business and planning
meeting. Contact Sr.
Vice Commander Byron
Barnhart at 251-0386 for
more information.
APRIL 5
Girl Scout Troop. 187
meets 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. on
the first Sunday of each
month. Contact the
Council of the


Apalachee Bend at 386-
2131 or www.gscab.org
APRIL 6
/ One Heart Earth
Center and folk artist
Janet Moses will offer a
Vintage Bunnies class 6
p.m.. Monday.
Decorations for spring
and Easter from old
quilts, lace, and clothes.
Bring your own materi-
als if you want, but
materials will be avail-
able to choose from, and
she will paint the face
for you. Contact Sallie
Worley, at salliein-
'dia@yahoo.com or .997-
7373.


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"A man that hath friends must show
himself friendly" Proverbs 18:24.
Mr. Herbert Thompson and family
extend a heartfelt "Thank You" to the
Jefferson County Community for your
thoughts, kind words, prayers and gifts
shown to him during his Appreciation
Program.
We especially thank the men and
women of God for receiving the vision to
display "Love in Action."
It is our prayer that. God will contin-
ue to bless each of you.



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FRAN HUNT
Monticello News
Staff Writer
Jefferson County
Fire Rescue and the
Jefferson County volun-
teer firefighters attend-
ed a Landing Zone (LZ)
Safety. Class Sunday,
March 22,. presented by
Airmethods, Inc., the
company that owns the
aeromedical helicopter
service.
The purpose of the
class was to teach coun-
ty firefighters how to
safely set up an area for
the approaching helicop-
ter to land in. The stu-
dents learned that the
biggest hazard to a land-
ing 'helicopter is over-
head wires. According to
the Airmethods Pilot,
"They are virtually
invisible and blend into
the background when
viewed from the air."
SWire strikes, as they are
referred to in aviation,
are one of the leading


causes of fatal helicop- loose articles like hats,
ter accidents. sheets, and medical sup-
The instructors plies can be sucked into
taught the students the the rotor : system,
dangers of working explained County Fire
around a running heli- Rescue Chief Jim
copter. For example, Billberry The students


NOTICE OF PUBLIC
MEETING

THE DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD OF
JEFFERSON COUNTY ANNOUNCES A
SPECIAL MEETING TO WHICH THE
PUBLIC IS INVITED


DATE:
TIME:
PLACE:


APRIL 9, 2009
6:00 p.m.
1490 W. Washington Street
Monticello, FL 32344


SUBJECT: City of Monticello/Offer for Property
Purchase for City Park


The Jefferson
County Utility
Coordinating
Committee
will meet
at 9:00 a.m.,
April 8, 2009
at the
Jefferson County
Coordinator's Office
450 West Walnut Street


APRIL 2-3-4, 2009
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were also
to throw th
helicopter
run near
helicopter.
noise prodi
icopter can
normal
Therefore,;
were taugh
pilot and c
signals.
"Jeffer
maintains
designated
the county
for normal
said Billb
time to timi
ter must lai
get the pa
hospital as
possible.
"The
attending
learned th:
must be 10
of obstacle
antennas, a
added. "Pr
LZ should 1
concrete or
and dirt-cr
tion known
out" and co
the pilot.
must be us
fighters wil
face to: 'hb


First


taught never dust. helicopter w
ings near the "The aeromedical scene, pick
and never to helicopter is just one of patient 'and
an operating many tools used by the the hospital
Also,- the Jefferson County Fire ground
uced by a hel- Rescue to save the lives could arri
n drown out of the citizens of scene.,
speech. Jefferson County. The '."Recent:
the students JCFR ambulances carry star fell wh
t to watch the most of the life-saving to ski and s
rew for hand equipment on board the died from tl
helicopter, and the JCFR brain inju
son County Paramedics are first Billberry.
a list of pre- class," said Billberry County Fire
LZs around "In most cases, sick or ularly respo
that are safe injured patients are where rider
operations," delivered to the nearest thrown fror
erry "From appropriate medical ATV's and r
e, the helipop- facility via ground ilar injuries
nd on scene to ambulance. "The mo
itient to the "But when a patient ly sustained
s quickly as is in extremely critical this type of
condition where' sec- head and ne
personnel bnds' coutit or hin a' said Billber:
the class remote location, the cases speed
at a safe LZ aeromedical helicopter tal and the
0' x 100', free often means the differ- tion of 'the
s like wires, ence 'between life and critical. Th
nd trees," he death,", he added. "For ical helicopt
preferably, an instance, the response to' treat
be on asphalt, time for a ground ambu-' patients."
grass. Sand 'lance to respond to The per
-eate 'a cohdi- remote locations such attended thi
n. as "Brown as the, rock quarry or now be able
iuld disorient Goose Pasture is greater up an LZ as
If a dirt LZ than thirty minutes. If accident sce
sed,. the fire- an' industrial accident ble and eN
[1 wet the sur- were to occur at the patients train
ld down the quarry, the aeromedical hospital.


Responder Courses Held


FRAN HUNT
Monticello News
Staff Writer .
North Florida
Community College will
soon be conducting First
Responder courses local-
ly, for community resi-
dents. Many life-saving
techniques to be used in
various different situa-
tions and circumstances
will be learned through-
out the class.
The times, dates and
cost have not yet been
determined but the


information wills be
forthcoming as soon as
it is available. Mike
Sacco, firefighter with
the Monticello
Volunteer Fire
Department and,
I n s t ru c t o r
Firefighter/Paramedic,
will teach the course for
North Florida
Community College- ..,
The class will be
held at Green Industries
on West US-90. This
class is a 40-hour class'
and passing participants


will receive
tificate.
,Sacco iE
have the class
nights a wee
ly in the e'
you have su;
other times
work for yo
him know
try to mak
There is a
class size
would like
please ema
mike.patchu
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xould be on-
ked up the
arrived at
1 before the
ambulance
ve at the
ly a movie
ile learning
subsequently
lhe resulting
ry," added
"Jefferson
Rescue reg-
nds to calls
s have been
mi horses or
received sim-
)st common-
d injury in
accident is
ck trauma,"
ry-.,"In these
to the hospi-,
immobiliza-
patient are
.e aeromed-
ters are vital
hg these
rsonnel who
is class will
to safely set
close to the
ne as possi-
xpedite the
sport to the


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a state cer-
s trying to
ss one or two
ek most like-
venings. If
ggestions or
that would
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and he will
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HOME INSTEAD SENIOR CARE OPPORTUNITIES
DEBBIE SNAPP ting back dramatically," Jefferson and the sur- cent increase. T h e so this job may be appeal- services such as toileting
Monticello News says Peggy Dineen, or rounding counties, as well influx of state jobs to this ing to an individual who is and bathing.
Staff Writer Home Instead Senior Care. as the Panhandle. "The occupation is mirroring, new to this country or Care giving compa-
Home Instead Senior Who will care for number of caregivers what is happening someone who wants to put nies are gearing up to meet
Care has researched the mom? Reports from the nationally is about 60,000 throughout the country off college for awhile, this expected care giving
growth of the care giving U.S. Bureau of Labor "To keep pace with The government A job such as this can need by offering incentive
job industry compared to Statistics predict an this projected demand, identifies personal and give people an opportunity recruiting programs and
the growth of the aging increase in personal and our company, one of the home care aides as profes- to get a feel for working reaching out to groups
population. home care positions, fore- largest in the country, will sionals who help the elder- with others. It's also a flex- that have proven to be
According to projec- casting that they will be have -to double its care ly, disabled, ill, and men- ible job' for those taking attracted to this job catego-
: tions from the Department the second fastest growing force in just three years, tally disabled live in their care of their own families ry such as older adults.
of Labor, the number of positions in the nation according to our own homes or in residen- or looking for a second In addition to being
seniors. who need care over the next decade, wel- research," he noted. tial care facilities instead job," Moffat added. the second fastest-growing
may 'soon outpace the come newsdduring the cur- "On a positive note, of in health facilities. Caregivers typically job category nationally
Number of professional rent recession, these projections will "It's a lot more cost complete a four-step train- CareerBuilder.com has
L caregivers available to But, the rapid growth result in job opportunities effective to leave a. hospi- ing program, which pro- listed-personal and home
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companies like. Home senior-care provider, a flexible part-time option tance with daily, activi- some, advanced skills nec- well as part of one of the
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-- preparing to meet the says the company's recent new career in a fulfilling nurse, home health aide, These include a focus industries: health care.
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S be created by aging Baby demand for these jobs will adultss" care aide all will be cheap- tions, emergency first aid, contact Peggy Dineen,
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Founders Learn To Paint Flower Pots


Kaye Fearneybough and Founders Garden Circle
Chairman Suzanne Peary learn how to paint flowerpots
during their monthly meeting at the One Heart Earth
Center in Monticello.


DEBBIE SNAPP
Monticello News
Staff i writer
Founder's Garden
Circle members met at
the One Heart Earth
Center for their
February meeting and a
Valentine's Day
Celebration.
NMembers and their
guests enjoyed painting
flowerpots, in a new and
creative way, bringing
out the artistic talents of
many.
While. waiting for
the paint to dry, mem-
bers used the time to par-


take in a delicious lunch-
eon served by hostess
Sallie Linebaugh Worley
and Circle Chairman
Suzanne Peary
The place settings
included keepsakes of
her mother and former
member of the
Founders, India Kuder
Linebaugh, and her
grandmother Sallie
Kuder, an original mem-
ber of the Founders.
Floral China and sil-
verware graced the linen
table.clothes surrounded
with Camellias from her
grandmothers garden.
SA thoughtful presen-
tation and a delightful
way to give tribute to two
lovely ladies who con-
tributed so much to the
Monticello Garden Club
and the Founders
Garden Circle.
Peary created a
unique Chicken Coq au
Vin with fresh strawber-
ry Jell-O in a pretzel
base, and a' tossed green
salad with hearts of
palm.
Member Toni Lane
brought to share her
homemade brownies for
dessert, and Kaye


Fearney brought a large
container of daylilies for
everyone to take home.
In attendance were
Becky Clayton,
Fearneybough, Dianne
Johnson, Lane,
Claudette McRae, Peary,
Lettie Jane Pruitt, Ardis
White, Norma Wilson,
Worley, MGC President
Jan Wadsworth, and cor-
respondent Gloria
Brown.
The Founders meet
at noon on the second
Thursday of each
month.


Lettie Jane Pruitt
shows off her "painting tal-
ents" on this flowerpot,
,created during the
February meeting of the
Founders Garden Circle.


Founders arden rcle mem ers ianne ohnson
and Becky Clayton show their creative painting talents
on these flowerpots painted at the One Heart Earth
Center.


The Jefferson County


the following.


Recycling Program accepts


items for recycling:


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All plastic bottles soda bottles (any size), milk jugs, water
bottles, laundry detergent bottles, etc.

All type cans Tin cans food cans, dog food cans, cat food,
cans, etc.
Aluminum cans soda cans, beer cans etc.

Newspapers, Magazines, etc.

All CardboardiProducts grocery bag, cereal boxes, food
boxes, laundry detergent boxes, shipping boxes, etc.

All glass bottles, jars etc. (clear, brown & green)

Residents can bring these items directly to the Recycling Center
located at 1591, Waukeenah.Street or they may drop them off at
any one of the collection sites in the County.

Remember, every time you recycle you are extending the life of
our Landfill and saving your County dollars in Tipping fees. How
could you go wrong?

Additional items accepted at the collection sites:

Household garbage

*Waste Tires (not accepted at the Recycle Center)

Batteries

*White Goods'(which consist of) Refrigerators, freezers,
washing machines, dryers, air conditioner units, etc. (not ac-
cepted at the Recycle Center)

Used Oil & Oil Filters

Household Hazardous Waste pesticides, swimming pool
chemicals, paint, paint thinner, etc. (Please have all containers
clearly marked to identify contents)

**The Recycle Center Household Hazardous Waste Office will
accept medical & pharmaceutical waste. These items must be
turned into an employee of the facility and, not just dropped off.

Please take notice to all of the signage posted in the
collection site for the proper disposal of above items.

The City of Monticello Offers Curbside pik-up for city resi-
dents for recyclable items on. each Wednesday Morning.
For further information on other itmes for disposal in the
City, please call Steve Wingate at 342-0154.

Please visit the Jefferson County web page
http://www.cojefferson.fl.us/SolidWaste.html for the locations
& hours of operation for each individual site.
For further information
please call the Solid Waste Department at 342-0184,


Presenting the 7th "Son
Annual Florida State part
Bluegrass Festival at llatin
Forest Capital State Park A
in Perry Florida on April Vale]
2nd through the 4th of Pike
2009. Sout
Nominated by the Muel
IBMA (International- Char
Bluegrass Music Simp
Association)- as one of Blue
the "Best Events of 2006" Swir
in the country, this. muc
extremely popular event to a v
promises four days of grass
genuine toe tapping blue- State
grass music delivered by Comr
performers from all over held
the United States.; ing y
Headlining this gorie
event are IBMA's seven four
Time Best Female assoc
Vocalist and Grammy throi
Nominee Rhonda Flori
Vincent and the Rage Perr:
and IBMA Entertainers state
of the Year Nominee ry of
Mountain Heart. A
Mountain Heart!s fid- memr
dler, Jimmy Van Cleve's taine
own album "No our
Apologies" was one of cook
the most critically arms
acclaimed albums of the craft
year, garnering a 2006 all, t
Grammy Nomination, $15.0
and an IBMA day)
Instrumental Album of all t:
the Year Nomination for can
2007. As one of the most free'
in-demand musicians in held
Nashville, Van Cleve in thu
won his first Grammy banj(
playing fiddle on bass.
Country Album of the I A
Year .Livin' Lovein, 7th


Losin'.
He also recorded fid-
dle for a smash-hit single
from American Idol win-
ner, Carrie Underwood's


off e
over
atten
only
less 1


ie Hearts" his first
icipation in a multi-
ium seller.
ilso featuring
rie Smith & Liberty
, Ernie Evans &
hern, Lite, the
ller Family Band,
lie McCoy, Pure &
)le, the Sawgrass
grass Band,
nging Bridge and
h more. In addition
weekend full of blue-
s music, the Florida
e Bluegrass Music
petitions will be
in all areas includ-
outh and adult.cate-
es. Finalists from all
bluegrass music
ciations located,
ughout the state of
ida will. travel to
y to compete for the
title in their catego-
music.
As well as a full
u of talented enter-
*rs, vendors will fill
bellies with home-
ed goodies, and our
s with arts and
s items and best of
he entry fee is only
0 for 'a weekend (3-
pass!! In addition to
hat, ticket holders
attend one of many
music workshops
throughout the park
e areas of mandolin,
o, fiddle, dobro and

Also held, will be the
Annual Chili Cook-
vent held featuring
30 entries that
adees can sample for
$5.00 for a bottom-
bowl. There will be


-,p

over $1,000.00 in cash
prizes!! Call for on-site
camping or for informa-
tion about local camp-
sites & motels, all within
.walking distance of the
park. There's ,more.
Kicking off the event is
the All You Can Eat
"Blue" Bluegrass
Pancake Breakfast 'from
7 to 9 a.m. on Saturday
morning.
Show times start on
Thursday with "Open
Mike" from 4:00 p.m.
until 6:00 p.m. followed
by our lineup at 6:00 p.m.
until 9:00, p.m. Friday
things will get startedat
4:00 p.m. and will end at
10:00 p.m. Saturday the
entertainment will
begin at 11:00 a.m. and
will continue through
the day until 10:00 p.m.
The event will take place
at Forest Capital State
Park in Perry, FL on
Highway 19 South.
So, come out to the
Tree Capital of the South
and get your feet wet to
the sound of Bluegrass
music!! Expect plenty of
parking lot picking and
fun-filled singing to the
sounds of bluegrass.
For more informa-
tion about the 7th
Annual Florida State
Bluegrass Festival event
or the Rotary Club Chili
Cook-off call the
Chamber office and talk
to Dawn Taylor toll free
at 866-584-5366. If you
would like to be a food
vendor or an arts &
crafts vendor, please call
the Chamber.


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ALFA HUNT
Monticello
Staff Writer
Richard Keith Call
was Florida's third as
well as fifth territorial
governor. He played a
part in Jefferson
County's development
in both political .and
economic fields.
Call was born in
Pittsfield, VA, Oct. 24,
1792. In 1813 he left
school to take part in
the Creek War. During
his enlistment, he
attracted the attention
Sof. General Andrew
Jackson and came to
' Florida in 1814 as
Jackson's personal
aid.
In 1821;, he
returned to Florida:
with General Jackson
to establish a territo-
rial government after
the United States had
acquired: the area
from Spain in the
Adams-Onis Treaty.
The following year, he
decided to make
Florida his perma-
nent home and opened
a legal practice. In
1824, Call married
Mary Ltitia Kirkman,
of Nashville, TN at
the Tennessee home of
, his friend General
Jackson.
After the third ses-
sion of the Legislative
Council in 1824, the


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future town site of
Monticello was laid
out, and a land rush
soon. followed. The
election of Call as ter-
ritorial representative
in .Congress put an
advocate of Middle
Florida in
Washington D.C.
Having been living in
the territory since
General Jackson left,
Call became an inex-
orable promoter of
the new territory-
At first Call
praised its qualities
for the growth of
sugar cane and placed
less emphasis 6n cot-
ton. While he served.
in Washington, his
e n t h us ia sm
impressed several
prominent men
including William
Wirt, John Branch,
Prince of France
Achille Murat, and
the Marquis ..de
Lafayette. All of these
men and others
acquainted with them,
subsequently' became
financially or person-
ally interested in the
Florida territory.
One of Call's
major accomplish-
ments in the


Richard- Keith Call
used their knowledge
of the surrounding
land as well as their
official positions to
assist Wirt in pur-
chasing suitable
tracts for future settle-
inent. Wirt' was still
planning to move to
the area when he sud-
denly died in 1834, but
his widow, three sons,
and four daughters
lived in the county
during various peri-
ods between 1827 and
1850. One of his
daughters and one son
are buried in the
county.
Aside from influ-
encing the progress
on the area through,
his political stance,
Call ,operated two suc-
cessful plantations on
land in Leon County
Orchard Pond,
.Plantation was locat-
ed, north of
*Tallahassee and The
Grove Plantation was
located on
Tallahassee's north-
ern outskirts. The
Grove is currently on
the National Register
of Historic Places and
was once the home of
Governor LeRoy
Collins, the great
grandson of Call..
Unlike several other-
planters who focused
on cotton, Call's main
crop was sugar cane.
Many .early settlers
were impressed by
CallTs enthusiasm and
excellent crop which
was being grown by
William Bailey in
1826, most of the early
settlers were planting
sugar cane which was
expected at first to.
become the chief crop.
Call and Governor
Duval were both in
attendance at the first
session of the court in
Monticello in 1828..
Both of, their families,
accompanied them


Eighteenth: Congress.
as Florida's delegate
was .an act guarantee-
ing,title to as much as
640 acres of land to
settlers :who could
prove habitation'and
cultivation prior to
Feb. 22, 1819.
In Feb. 1825, Call
was appointed receiv-
er of public money at
the Tallahassee land
office. When he
opened the. office for


business in the
spring, numerous
speculators were
already prepared to
bid on suitable land
which they were hop-
ing to resell for a high-:
er price. These people
had spent days travel-
ing the countryside
taking notes about the
lay of the land which
they were expecting to
become, available for
purchase soon.
Perhaps/ no other
single individual was
more influential in
promoting the early
settlement of the
county than William
Wirt, the attorney
general of the United
States during the'
administrations of
James 'Monroe and-
John Quincy Adams.
Wirt was very. much,
impressed by the sto-
ries of Middle Florida
told to him by Call.
In response, Wirt
began buying Florida
land early with a
motive of resettling
here with his large
family Both
Territorial Governor
William R Duval and


there.
March 16, 1836,
Call was appointed by
President Andrew
Jackson as the gover-
nor of the Florida ter-
ritory During his first
term Call led the
Florida militia in
fighting the Seminole
Indians during the
Seminole Wars, win-
ning victories at the
second and third
Battles of Wahoo
Swamp.
Call was replaced
as governor by
President Martin van
Buren, Dec. 2, 1839,
which followed a dis-
pute with Federal
authorities over their
assistance in the war.
Call crossed party
lines to assist the pres-
idential campaign of
William Henry
Harrison, who
appointed Call as gov-
ernor again. During
his second term as
governor, which
began on March 19,
1841, he moved the ter-
ritory closer to state-
hood and tried to min-
imize the financial dif-,
ficulties Florida was
experiencing because
of bank failures, and a
national business
depression.
Call left the gover-.
nor's seat, Aug. 11,
1844. In 1845 Florida
became a State and lie
again sought election
as governor, bht his
role in the election of
President Harrison
negatively affected his
campaign.
Call died at his
plantation, The
Grove, Sept. 14, 1862.
After his death there
were several streets
in Florida named
after Call. These
streets are in
Tallahassee, Starke,
Jacksonville,
Hollywood, and High,
Springs. In 1944, a
United States Liberty
ship which was also
named after the terri-
torial governor was
launched.


History Of Traditional


Wedding Music


ALFA HUNT
History Filler
Staff Writer
With any wed-
ding. an important
component is the
music, which accom-
panies it. Different
melodies are played at
different points of the
ceremony. The
Wedding March con-
sists of two melodies,
one for the traditional
processional, while
the other for the
recessional.
The history of the
wedding march dates
back to the mid-19th
century. Before then,
music was generally
not permitted at wed-
dings. However, it
became a custom to


play thetnusic during
the ceremony.
.The traditional
processional chosen
for weddings. "Here
Comes the Bride" was
originally one of the
major features of
Robert Wagner's
opera. "Lohengrin,"
which premiered in
1850. Ironically, the
opera wasn't a huge
success and was
declared "an opera
without music".
Critics claimed it was
comprised of "blub-
bering baby-talk".
The recessional is
played after the vows
are exchanged and
the newly married
couple is walking
down the aisle as hus-
band and wife. This
.


tune was derived from
the overture of' Felix
-Mendelssohn's opera
'A Midsummer
Night's Dream"
inspired by
Shakespeare's play It
became customary to
play this tune as the
recessional only after
the death of
Mendelrssohn in 1847.
The wedding
march has been a
integral part of wed-
ding ceremonies for
the past 150 years and
it will more than like-
ly remain so for many
years to come.
In any case. the
choice of music is
most often left up to
the bride to decide,
and is as varied as the
brides themselves.


Portrait of the Third and Fifth Territorial
Governor Richard Keith Call. Artist unknown.










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Varsity Warriors 7-3

On Season


Lady Tigers Stand 3-6 On Season


FRAN-HUNT
Montiello News
Staff Writer
An apparent infesta-
tion of the error bug deep
within the fur of the Lady
Tigers varsity softball
team was the reason
behind Jefferson drop-
ping three of the past four
contests.
March 11,'the Lady,
Tigers engaged in a huge
jback-and-forth "cat fight"'
with the Lady Panthers of
West Gadsden High and.
in the end, the Lady
Tigers prevailed 35.21,
evening Jefferson's
record to 3-3.
Coach Howard Marx
said that defensive errors
and given walks. on both
sides, combined with the
22 hits of the Lady Tigers,
contributed to the large
number of runs scored.
Leading Lady Tigers
at the plate were: Taylor
Clemens, who went 4 for 7
with 2 doubles, and 2
homeruris; other players
with multiple hits includ-
ed Emily Howell, 2 for 2;
Kierra Powell. 3 for 4;,
Jana Barber, 4 for 6;
Malika Norton, 5 for 7;
- and Makayla Norton, 3 for
5.,
Marx stated that the


Lady Tigers fought back
several times during the
course of the game,
before finally putting the
game away during the
sixth and seventh
innings. He added that he
was pleased with the
offensive output of the'
Lady Tigers, and hopes
that this, trend will con-
tinue.
March 21, the Lady
Tigers took on the Lady
Eagles of North Florida
Christi'n in a double-
header at Tiger field, but
unfortunately, the Ladies
dropped the double-head-
er, and their record-fell to
3-5.
In both games,
Jefferson's number of
walks given, and errors,
cost them the victory. In
the first game, a 10-0 loss,
the Lady Tigers only man-
aged to muster 1 hit, a,
double by Powell.
Marx said the Ladies
fared better in the second
game, scoring 7 runs in a
17-7 loss. Hitting stats for
the Lady Tigers included
Aly ssa Lewis, who went 3
for 3; and Norton, 2 for 3.
and a triple. Marx said,
that although Jefferson
lost, the coaches were
pleased with the effort put


forth by the team.
Walks, errors and
inexperience again
played a large role in a 20-
7 loss, to the Maclay Lady
Marauders on March 24,
dropped. their season
record to 3-6.
Even though
Jeffersofi was held with-
out a hit throughout the
game, they pulled togeth-
er and managed to score 7
runs. Scoring the runs
were: Howell 3; Powell 2 ;
and one each from Megan
McClellan and Clemens.
Marx stated that the,
problem of inexperience
in playing varsity softball
has led to many of the
errors, and the high num-
ber of walks for the young
team. On .the positive
side, Marx added that the
girls are still playing hard
and are continuing to
improve.


FRAN HUNT
Monticello News
Staff Writer -
.The ACA Warriors
baseball team now
stands 7-3 on the sea-
son, after taking home
victories in four of the
past five games.
The Warriors
blanked John Paul II,
10-0, March 12, in a five-
inning. game called due
to the ten-run rule.
Marcus Roberts
manned the mound
pitching/ all five
innings,. giving up 1
walk and striking out 8
batters.
At the plate, Matt
Bishop went 3 for 3
with 2 RBI; Stephen
Dollar, 1 for 2 with 3
RBI and a double; Clark
Christy, 2 for 3; Trent.
Roberts, 1 for 3 with 3
RBI and a three-run
homer; and Marcus
Roberts, *Casey
Wheeler and Casey
Anderson, each had 1
hit.
Aucilla downed
Maranatha Christian
14-1, March 13 in a five-
inning game called due
to the ten-run rule.
Dollar was the win-
ning pitcher on the


mound. Bishop went 2
for 3 with 3 RBI;
Marcus Roberts went 2
for 2 with 3 runs; Lane
Fraleigh, 2 for 2 with a
double; and Dollar and
Trent Roberts each had
1 hit.
Aucilla clobbered
FAMU 13-3 in a six-
inning game called due
to the ten-run rule,
,March 17.
Dollar pitched the
entire game, striking
out 5 batters. Trent
Roberts went 2 for 2.
with 5 RBI; Dollar and
Christy each had I hit;
and Marcus Roberts
had 1 hit with 3 RBI.
The Warriors
downed Melody
Christian, 5-2, March
19. Bishop went 2 for 3,
ripped a homerun and
smacked a double;
Christy, 2 for 3; and
Anderson, Trent
Roberts, Marcus
Roberts and Fraleigh,
each had 1 hit.
The Warrior hit the
wall against Maclay
March 20, to suffer an 8-
2 defeat. Bishop went 2
for 3;' and Christy,
Marcus Roberts and
Anderson, each had, 1
hit.


Tigers Track

Team Does Well
FRAN HUNT
Monticello News
Staff Writer
The Tigers track team
did a great job in the home-
hosted meet March 17,
earning many first and sec-
ond place finishes.
Deandre Tucker fin-
ished first in the high jump
with 5' 10"; Arnez Ammons
came in second in the 110
hurdles with 17.8 seconds;
Kendrick Huggins finished
second in the 100-meter
with 11.0 seconds; and
Dondray Hopkins finished
third in the 100-meter with
11.4 seconds.
The team of Tony
Jackson, Harold Ingram,
Jr., Adrian Bell, and Chaz
Hansberry, finished first in
the 4 x 800 relay with 9:24;
the team of Antonio
Rollison, Huggins,
.Ammons and Hopkins, fin-
ished second in the 4 x 100
relay with 45.3 seconds;
and James Ford finished
first in the 400-meter with
53.0 seconds.
Ingram finished sec-
ond in the 400-meter with
56.8 seconds; Ammons fin-
ished first in the 300 hur-
dles with 44.6 seconds;
Hopkins finished second in
the 300 hurdles with 46.2
seconds; Bell finished first
in the 800-meter with 2:17;
Huggins finished first in
the 200-meter with 22.1 sec-
onds; and the team of
Ammons, Ingram, Ford
and Hopkins, finished first
in the 4 x 400 with 3:44.


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Carl Joseph Elected To Florida High School Hall of Fame


"I've wondered
whether a guy could
jump over a canyon on
a motorcycle," says CBS
-, Sports Analyst Dan
Dierdorf, "but I never
,even thought about
someone playing foot-
ball on one leg. It was so
preposterous it never
-, entered my mind. All I
can say is that Carl is
an exceptionally rare
Human being."
The Florida High
. School Athletic
SAssociation has
-,announced that one-
legged athlete Carl
Joseph from Madison is
,. among the eight former
Florida prep stars cho-
sen for induction into
:the' FHSAA sports Hall
" of Fame.
Joseph, now 48 and
giving g in Tallahassee, is
-.believed to be the first
h disabled athlete to
n achieve this honor at the
state or national level. -
Born without a left
-i leg, he transformed
-i himself from the object
- of pity and ridicule as a
child to one of respect
~ and awe at Madison
'High School. Winning
over dubious coaches
', along the way, he was a
3-sport standout, earn-
Sing eight varsity letters
. and Big Bend
. Conference awards.
In high school, he
was able to liold his own
against two-legged ath-
letes, usually getting the
d better of them despite
playing-- or rather hop-
ping- on one leg. If was
when he dropped his
crutches (or propped his
wooden leg against a
free) and hopped onto
the playing field that he


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became an extraordi-
nary athlete, seemingly
defying the laws of
physics and reason.
Captain of the varsi-
ty football team and
starting noseguard, he
couldn't be blocked by
only one offensive line-
man, so he was double-
and triple-teamed. He
registered 11 solo tack-
les in one game. Career
highlights include chas-
ing down and sacking a
quarterback, blocking a
punt, recovering 15 fum-
bles, batting down
numerous passes, and
intercepting a pass. He
could also punt if need-
ed.
Joseph won three
varsity letters in track.
He could sail the discus,
130 feet and the shotput
40. He excelled in the
high jump, winning the
district championship
at 5 feet 10 inches. In
practice, he cleared 6-5.
The pace of basket-
ball limited Carl's play-
ing time. He was the
eighth man on the varsi-
ty his senior year, aver-
aging four points and
three rebounds a game.
A tenacious defender
and rebounder, he could
dunk and swat shots
into the stands. '
During the tense
early years of forced
integration in Madison
(Pop. 3,500), Joseph's
inspirational football
exploits were credited
with uniting the 'black
and white communities.,
He created immense-
interest a'nd renewed
civic pride in a football
team that had been
drawing sparse crowds
, athome. By his senior


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year, bleachers were
overflowing in Madison
and on the road.
Former college foot-
ball coach Jackie
Sherrill, a mentor to
Joseph, reacted to the
announcement by say-
ing, "Congratulations to
the selection committee
for recognizing a young
man who is not in the
record books for points,
total yardage, sacks or
tackles but rather for
his ability to inspire the
sports world and moti-
vate us to believe we can
do anything if we really
never, ever give up."
Frank Yanossy,
Joseph's high school
football coach, said,
"There is no one indi-
vidual more worthy of
this award."
Joseph, now a spe-
cial needs teacher and
prep football coach, was
elated by his selection.
"I feel really blessed that
after all these years an
honor like this could
happen to me," he said.
"When I was a little kid,
I used to actually dream
about playing varsity
sports in high school.
But now, to be among
these great athletes,
that's something I never
could've imagined."
Joseph, who is a
bishop in his church
and a gospel singer, said
his inclusion in the Hall
of Fame gives hope to
everyone, especially dis-
abled people, "that any-
thing is possible iif you
put your mind to it and
never quit."
Officials at the
National Federation of
State High School,
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Indianapolis were not
aware of any disabled
athletes among the 350
inductees in their hall of
fame. Personnel at sev-
. eral state high school
sports shrines said they
had no knowledge of
any disabled inductees.
Florida-bred sports
stars already in
the FHSAA Hall of
Fame ,include Chris
Evert, Emmitt Smith
and Christ
Collingsworth.
The Hall of Fame
Induction. Ceremony
and Awards" Banquet
will be held in
Gainesville on April 26.
According to Carl's
website:
"In 1980, Carl was
known worldwide. He
appeared on "That's
Incredibile," "To Tell
the Truth," "Today"
and several NFL shows.
Stories, extolling his
high school exploits
were written in
national magazines and
newspapers.. He
received thousands of
fan letters. A book was
written about him, "One
of a Kind: the Legend
of Carl Joseph."
"In 1981, the
Philadelphia
Sportswriters
Association. gave him
its prestigious Most
Courageous Athlete of
the Year award, putting
him in the company of
Rocky Bleier and
Tommy John. '


Carl went on to play
varsity football at
Be thune-Cook m an
College and received his
degree in physical edu-
cation in 1987. He now
teaches special needs
children and serves as
an assistant football
coach for the Jefferson
County High Tigers
under former NFLer
Rodell Thomas. But
at 47, his future is cloud-
ed by ,his declining
physical condition. He
had knee surgery in 1992
and was/ hospitalized
in 2005 with sar-
coidosis the e
mysterious res-
piratory ailment
cited as a factor
in Reggie
White's
death.
Getting
around
today
is


S- harder
than ever for
Carl, but not unexpect-
edly, he soldiers on.
"Ironically, Carl has
a following today in the
Deep South, but not
for his past athletic abil-
ity, which is forgotten
largely because his book
was never distributed
and a movie never made.
His fame these days
derives from his per-
formances on the
Southern gospel cir-


cuit as lead singer of
Carl Joseph .& the
Spiritual Tru-
Tones. In the church-
es and auditoriums
where the quartet plays
on weekends, audiences
are uplifted by this
courageous one-legged
man on crutches. If
they only
could have
seen him
dunk." .


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GALS


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR JEFFERSON COUNTY,
FLORIDA '

ROBERT M.ERVIN, CASE NO. 08-309CA
Plaitiff,
vs.
INVESTMENT PROPERTY
SERVICES OF TAMPA BAY, LLC,
a Florida limited liability company;
BARRY WYCHE SR.; ERIC CAMPAILLA; and
AMSTERDAM CAPITAL, INC.,
a Florida corporation, and as Trustee
UDT #350 dated April 10, 2006,
Defendants.


NOTICE OF SALE UNDER F.S,. CHAPTER 45
Notice is given that under a final judgment dated March
10, 2009, in Case No. 08-309CA of the Circuit Court of the
Second Judicial Circuit in and for Jefferson County, Florida,
in which ROBERT M. ERVIN is Plaintiff'arid INVEST-
MENT PROPERTY SERVICES OF TAMPA BAY, LLC,
AMSTERDAM CAPITAL, INC., BARRY WYCHE SR. And
ERIC CAMPAILLAare Defendants, I will sell to the highest
and'best bidder for cash at the north door of the Jefferson
County Courthouse in Jefferson County, Florida, at 10:00
A.M on April 9, 2009, the following described property set
forth in the Final Order, Judgment or Decree of Foreclosure:
Commence at the northwest comer of the East Half of
the Southeast Quarter of Section .19, Township 2 North,
Range 5 East., Jefferson County, Florida, and run South 00
degrees 17 minutes 18 seconds East 663.54 feet for.a POINT.
OF BEGINNING; thence continue South 00 degrees 17 min-
utes 18 seconds.'East 1,917.49 feet to a point on the North
right-of-wa. line of Rocky Branch Road, thence North 89
degrees 55 minutes 20 seconds East along said right-of-way
line. 600.0 feet to a pint, .thence leaving said right-of-way
run North 00 degrees 04 minutes 25 seconds East 840.0 feet
to a point, thence North 89 degrees 55 minutes, 20 seconds
East 369.83 feet to a point on the West. maintained right-of-
%%ay of county graded Goldberg Road,, thence North 00
degrees 03 minutes 00 seconds East, along said maintained
nght-of-%%a. 1,088.22 feet to a point, thence leaving said
maintained right-of-way run South 89 degrees 17 minutes 45
seconds West 983.28 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING;
Containing 35.94 acres, more orless..


SDated: March 16. 2009


KIRK REAMSl
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT ;

BY: Sherr Sears'
Deputy Clerk


3/25/09.4/1I/09.c
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S N THE CIRCUIT COLrRT OTHER 2ND JUDICIAL ,
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR JEFFERSON COUNTY. FLORIDA
S." . CIVIL DIVISION
.CASE NO. O)S 331 CA

SWELLS FARGO BANK. N.A..
AS TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIFICA TEHOLDERS OF '
SOUNDVIE W HOME LOAN
TRUST 2007-0PT2, ASSET-BACKED CERTIFICATES.
SERIES 2007-OPT2 -
Plaintiff. .
V,. ' .:
DAVIS SEGO: UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF DAVIS SEGO:;
LIUNKNOWN PERSONi St IN POSSESSION OF THE ;'
SUBJECT PROPERTY: ,.
Defendants

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final Judgment
of Foreclosure dated March 10. 2009, and entered in Case No
08 331 CA, of the Circuit Court of the 2nd Judicial Circuit in t
and for JEFFERSON Counts. Florida. WELLS FARGO
BANK. NA, AS TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIFICATE
HOLDERS OF SOUNDVIEW HOME LQAN TRUST 2007-
OPT2, ASSET-BACKED CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2007- |
OPT2 is Plaintiff and DAVIS SEGO; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF DAVIS SEGO; UNKNOWN PERSONS) IN POSSES-
*SION OF THE.. '
SUBJECT PROPERTY; are defendants. I will sell to the high- i
| est and best bidder for cash at AT THE NORTH DOOR OF
A THE COURTHOUSE., AT CLERK OF COURTS, MONTI-
CELLO IN JEFFERSON COUNTY, FL, at 11:00 a.m., on the
9th day of April, 2009, the following described property as set
forth in said Final Judgment,'to wit:

EXHIBIT
Part of the Northeast Quarter of Section 9, Township 1 North,
Range 3 east, particularly described as:',beginning at the inter-
section of the westerly right-of-way line of SR No. 59 and the I:
North line of said Section 9, thence South along said right-of-
way line 662 feet to a point, thence West 653 feet to a point,
thence North 662 feet, more or less, to a 650 feet West of said
right-of-way line, thence East along said North line of Section
9, 650 feet to the Point of beginning, containing 9.9 acres,
more ot less, *Subject Ingress-Egress Easement (30 feet by
440 feet, more or less) in favor of Clarence Hawkins and
Dorothy Hawkins, their heirs and assigns forever, over and
across the northerly portion of the parcel herein conveyed as
fully described in O.R. Book 77, Page 418, Official Records
of Jefferson County, Florida. *LESS AND EXCEPT one acre
previously conveyed to Clarence Hawkins, etux per warranty
deed recorded in O.R. Book 77 Page 418 in Official Records
of Jefferson County, Florida County of Jefferson, State of
Florida APN #:091N3E
A person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if
any, other than the property owner as of the date of the lis
pendens must file a claim with 60 days after the sale.
Dated this 16" day of March, 2009.

KIRK REAMS
AS CLERK OF SAID COURT
By: Sherry Sears
As Deputy Clerk


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
JEFFERSON COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION


CITIMORTGAGE, INC.,
Plaintiff,


CASE NO. 08339 CA


vs.
NICHOLAS S. KOSTIOU; THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
NICHOLAS S. KOSTIOU; PATRICIA A. KOSTIOU; THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF PATRICIA A. KOSTIOU; IF LIV-
ING, INCLUDING ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SAID
DEFENDANTSS, IF REMARRIED, AND IF .DECEASED,
THE RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS, LIENORS, AND
TRUSTEES, AND ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST THE NAMED DEFEN-
DANT(S); UNKNOWN TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TENANT
#2;
Defendant(s)

NOTICE OF SALE .
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to a Final Summary
Judgment of Foreclosure entered in the above-styled cause, in the
Circuit Court of Jefferson County, Florida, I will sell the property
situate in Jefferson County, Florida, described as:
Beginning at a point 10 feet East and 210 feet North of the
Northwest corner of Lot 1, Block 4; of JEFFERSON
HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION to the Town of Monticello,
Florida, as per map or plat thereof, in the Public Records of
Jefferson County, Florida, in Plat Book "B", Page 6; thence
running West along the North boundary of the Baptist
Church Parsonage Lot 100 feet to the Northwest boundary of
said church lot and to the point of beginning of the land. here-
in conveyed, hence running West 130 feet and to the right-of-
way of-an improved street, thence running, South -along the
Easterly right-of-way of said improved'street 150 feet to the
North boundary of Seminole Avenue, thence running, East
along the North boundary of Seminole Avenue 130 feet and to
the Southwest corner of the Baptist Parsonage lot, thence
North along the West boundary of said Baptist Parsonage Lot
150 feet to the point of beginning of the lands herein conveyed.
Save and except therefrom any portion thereof contained in
the right-of-way of the said streets; and being a portion of the land
conveyed .by deed of record in the Public Records of Jefferson
County, Florida, in O.PR. Book 7, Page 163, and to which reference
is hereby expressly directed.
Further subject to a power line easement, over the
Southernmost 2.3 feet of above described property, as per-, ease-,
ment recorded in O.R. Book 37, Page.325 and O.R.:Book 43, Page
513, Public Records of Jefferson County, Florida;
A/K/A
290 W. Seminole Avenue
Monticello, FL 32344
at public sale, to the highest and best bidder, for cash, At the North
Door of the Jefferson County Courthouse, Monticello, Florida at
11:00,a.m., ontApril 23,2009.
DATED THIS 24-h DAY OF MARCH 2009.,
Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if
any, other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens,
must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. Witness, my hand
and seal of this court on the 24th day of March, 2009.

CLERK OF:CIRCUIT COURT
S By: Sherry Sears Deputy Clerk

THIS INSTRUMENT PREPARED BY:
Law. Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra .
9204 King Palm Drive
Tampa,'FL 33619-1328
Phone: 813-915-8660
Attoiiney for Plaintiff" -
In, accordance, with the American with Disabilities Act of 1990,
persons needing a special accommodation to participate in this;
proceeding should contact the ASA Coordinator no later than
seven (7) days prior to the proceedings. If hearing impaired,
please call (800) 955-8771 (TDD) or (800) 955-8770 (voice), via
Florida Relay Service.

4/1,8109,c



IN THE CIRCLUJiT COURT OF THE SECOND JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR JEFFERSON COUNTY, FLORIDA

GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC, CASE NO: 08-459-CA
F/K/A GREEN: TREE FINANCIAL SERVICING CORP.
1400 Turbine Drive, Suite 200,
Rapid City, SD 57703, .

Plaintiff,
v.
ROBERT P. WILSON, .
JUDY G. DOLLAR,/and
CAPITAL CITY BANK,
Defendants. .

NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT, pursuant to Plaintiffs
Final Summary Judgment Of
Foreclosure entered in the above-captioned action, I will sell
the property situated in Jefferson County, Florida, described as
follows, to wit:
LOT 285 OF RISSMAN'S REPLAT #1 ACCORDING TO
MAP OR PLAT THEREOF IN THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
JEFFERSON COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN PLAT BOOK "B",
PAGE 32, AND TO WHICH REFERENCE IS HEREBY
EXPRESSLY DIRECTED; SAID RISSMAN'S REPLAT #1
BEING A RESUBDIVISION OF LOTS 274 THROUGH 291,
INCLUSIVE, AND LOTS X, Y, Z, AA, 134,150 AND 151 OF
THE NORTH FLORIDA PECAN COMPANY SUBDIVI-
SION, ACCORDING TO PLAT THEREOF OF RECORD IN
SAID PUBLIC RECORDS IN PLAT BOOK A AND DEED
BOOK "EE", PAGE 600, TOGETHER WITH THAT CER-
TAIN 1996 FLEETWOOD HOMES, HICKORY HILL
MOBILE HOME, 66.x 28, VIN # GAFLS35AB10707HH21
at public sale, to the highest and best'bidder, for cash at the
North door of the Jefferson County Courthouse. One Court
Circle. Monticello. Florida 32344. at 11:00 AM (EST), on the
23rd day of April, 2009.


Kirk B. Reams
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Sherry Sears Deputy Clerk


3/25/09,4/1/09,c


. NOTICE
In accordance \~ith Florida Statue a public aucuonr ~ ill be held
on 4-15-09 at 10:00 a.m. For:
1994 Ford vin 1FDJS34G6RHB54326 and a
2000 Chev Vin 1G1JF5249Y7418455. To be sold' AS IS'for
towing and storage charges conditions and terms at auction.
Stewart's Towing. 175 S Jefferson Street Monticello, FL 32344
Phone : 850/342-1480.
4/1/09,c,


NOTICE

The Wilderness Coast Public Libraries (WILD) Governing
Board will meet on Monday April 13, 2009 at 1:30 p.m. at the
Franklin County Public Library in Carrabelle located at 311 St.
James Street, Carrabelle, Florida.
4/1/09,c.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF SECOND JUDICIAL CIR-
CUrT IN AND FOR JEFFERSON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 33-2008-CA-000114
DIVISION:
DLJ MORTGAGE CAPITAL, INC.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
FRED DAIGLE, et al,
Defendantss.

.NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45
INOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Pursuant to a. Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated March 24,2006, and entered in Case No.33-2008-
CA-000114. of the Circuit Court of the SECOND Judicial Circuit in
and for Jefferson County, Florida in which DLJ Mortgage Capital,
Inc., is the Plaintiff and Fred Daigle, Jennie W. Daigle, United States
of America, are defendants, I will sell to the highest and best bidder
for cash in/on on the north steps of the Jefferson County Courthouse,
One Courthouse Circle, Monticello( FL 32344, Jefferson County,
Florida at 11:00AM on the a 231' day of April, 2009, the following
described property as set forth in said Final Judgment of Foreclosure:
COMMENCE AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SECTION 7,
TOWNSHIP .1 NORTH, RANGE 4, EAST, JEFFERSON COUNTY,
FLORIDA, AND RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES,, 13 MINUTES,, 21
SECONDS, WEST, ALONG THE SECTION LINE, 2656.76 FEET
TO THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE EAST HALF OF THE
SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF SAID SECTION 7;"
': THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES, 51 MINUTES, 43'SEC-
ONDS, WEST, 1321.49 FEETfO .THE NORTHWEST CORNER
OF SAID EAST HALF OF THE, SOUTHEAST 14:' THENCE
SOUTH 00 DEGREES, 24 MINUTES, 24 SECONDS, EAST,
.850.69 FEET TO A POINT; THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES, 38
MINUTES, 52 SECONDS, WEST, 91.99 FEET'EOR A POINT OF
BEGINNING. '
THENCE FROM SAID POINT OF BEGINNING CONTINUE
SOUTH 89 DEGREES, 38 MINUTES, 52. SECONDS, WEST,
764.19.FEET TO A POINT; THENCE NORTH 13 DEGREE, 3.2
,MINUTES, 56 SECONDS, EAST, 556.22-'FEET TO APOINi
THENCE: NORTH: 06 DEGREES, 52 MINUTES, 57 SEC6
WEST, 304.69 -FEET TO A POINT; -THENCE NORTH ,00
DEGREES, 07 MINUTES. 15 SECONDS, WEST, 443.15 FEETTO
A POINT ON THE SOUTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF COUNTY
ROAD 158-A (FORMERLY STATE ROAD 158), SAID POINT
BEING ON A CURVE CONCAVE TO THE NORTHWEST:
THENCE RUN IN A NORTHEASTERLY DIRECTION ALONG
SAID RIGHT OF WAY LINE AND CURVE, HAVING A RADIUS
OF 2914.93 FEET, THROUGH A CENTRAI ANGLE OF 00
DEGREES, 19 MINUTES, 21.SECONDS, FOR AN ARC LENGTH
OF 16.40 FEET, CHORD OF SAID ARC' BEINQ NORTH 66
DEGREES, 01 MINUTES, 16 SECONDS, EAST, 16.40 FEET.TO A
POINT, .
THENCE SOUTH. 00 DEGREES, 07 MINUTES, 15 SEC-
ONDS, EAST 448.90 FEET TO A POINT; THENCE SOUTH 06
DEGREES, 52 MINUTES, 57 SECONDS, EAST, 332.23 FEETTO
A POINT; THENCE SOUTH 49 DEGREES, 48 MINUTES, 09 SEC-
ONDS, EAST, 803.14 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
SUBJECT TO A 10.00 FOOT WIDE UTILITY EASEMENT
OVER AND ACROSS THE FRONT, BACK, AND SIDE LINES.
THEREOF. ALSO SUBJECT TO AND TOGETHER WITH A 60.00
WIDE ACCESS, UTILITY AND DRAINAGE EASEMENT MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: .
COMMENCE AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SEC-'
TION 7, TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH, RANGE 4, EAST, JEFFERSON
COUNTY, FLORIDA, ANT) RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES, 13 MIN-
UTES, 21 SECONDS, WEST. 266;.76 FEET TO THE NORTH-
EAST CORNER OF THE EAST HALF OF THE SOUTHEAST. 1/4
OF SAID SECTION 7; THENCE RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES, 51
MINUTES, 43 SECONDS, WEST, 1321.49 FEET TO THE
NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE EAST HALF OF THE SOUTH-
EAST 1/4 OF SAID SECTION 7; THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES,
45 MINUTES, 52 SECONDS, WEST, 709.56 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING.
THENCE SOUTH 06 DEGREES, 52 MINUTES, 57 SEC-
ONDS, EAST, 329.73 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 80 DEGREES, 01
MINUTES, 51 SECONDS, WEST, 60.09 FEET; THENCE NORTH
06 DEGREES, 52 MINUTES, 57 SECONDS, WEST, 334.74 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 00 DEGREES, 07 MINUTES, 15 SECONDS,
WEST, 435.79 FEET TO THE SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF -WAY
LINE OF COUNTY ROAD 158-A, SAID POINT BEING ON A
CURVE CONCAVE TO THE NORTHWEST; THENCE RUN
ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY AND CURVE WITH A RADIUS
OF 2914.93 FEET, THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 01
DEGREE, 17 MINUTES, 28 SECONDS, FOR AN ARC LENGHT
OF 65.69 FEET (CHORD OF SAID ARC BEING NORTH 65
DEGREES, 51 MINUTES, 30 SECONDS, EAST, 65.69 FEET);
THENCE LEAVING SAID RIGHT OF WAY, RUN SOUTH 00i
DEGREES, 07 MINUTES, 15 SECONDS, EAST, 462.41 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
BEING THE SAME PROPERTY THAT IS DESCRIBED IN
THAT CERTAIN WARRANTY DEED AS SHOWN RECORDED
IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 573.AT PAGE 844, OF THE PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, FLORIDA. A/K/A 144
FLAMINGO COURT: MONTICELLO, FLORIDA 32344
Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale; if
any, other than the property owner as of the date of the Lis Pendens
must file a claim within 60 days after the sale.
Dated in Jefferson County, Florida this 24th day of March, 2009.

Kirk B. Reams
Clerk of Circuit Court
Sherry Sears
Deputy Clerk

Albertelli Law Attorney for Plaintiff P.O. Box 23028 Tampa, FL
33623 (813) 221-4743 08-05693
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons


needing a special accommodation to participate in this proceeding
should contact Kirk B. Reams no later than seven (7) days prior to the
proceeding at room 10, Jefferson County Courthouse, Monticello, FL.
32344, at 850-342-0218: 1,800-9558771 (TDD), or 1-800-955-8770
(voice), via Florida Relay Service. The above is to be published in the
Monticello News P.O. Box 428. Monticello, FL 32345
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'Mh'aging Editor
The annual 4-H
Fashion Extravaganza,
i4ad Share-The-Fun
'rbgram, was held
N ='cb. 12,. at the
jefferson County
Auditorium. A total of
.15 pa icipants modeled
in ';the- Fashion Revue,
and there were six par-
S.ticiparkts ir the talent
part of the program.
.:,arrator ,was Lean
do om..
The Fashion Revue
,oxInsisted-of two parts.
o' thing Selection is the
Section in which partici-
pants 'model clothing
ahd, ,ecessories, which
fhey purchased and put
oOgether for a total look
;. ,The' second part of
he:' Fashion Revue is
Sothinig Construction.
'- jthi'fs section, partici-,
;,y"R".R i model .' garments,
.J'i they made, and


accessories they chose eling their pajama
to complete the look. pants.


Opening the
Clothing Selection, was
Clover Bud model'
Taelynn Walton.
Juniors-in this part of
the program were:
Emmerald Graham and
Makayla Brown.
Rounding out the
Clothing Selection were
Intermediates: Destene
Williams, K'sha Lewis,
and Trinique
Brockman. Completing
the Clothing Selection,
was Senior 4-Her
Brandon Whitfield.
Participating in the
Clothing Construction
part of the Revue were
Juniors: Christoher
Jones, and Temai;ek
White, modeling their
vests; Makayla Brown,
Star Chase, and Ashanti
Wilson, modeling their
gathered skirts; and
Nathan Hildreth, and
Breonna Chambric mod-


In the Intermediate
Division, Terrance
White modeled his vest.
and Deion Siplin his
pajama pants.
Between the two sec-
tions of the Fashion
Revue, tile audience was
entertained by the tal-
ented voices and musi-
cal abilities of the 4-H
participants of the
Share-the-Fun portion
of the program.
Using their voices in
song, were: Clover Bud


Hannah Hanks: Junior
and Intermediate partic-
ipants, Kezia and
Talitha Hanks. Senior 4-
Hers Michael and Gabe
Starling displayed their
talent on the guitar, and
Brandon Whitfield com-
pleted the talent portion
of the program, playing
the piano.
Each participant
was awarded a ribbon
representing their mod-
eling performance or
participation.
Receiving a partici-
pation ribbon were:


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other offcre/private parties


Clover Buds Taelynn
Walton for her Clothing
Selection outfit, and
Hannah Hanks for her
talent.
Receiving a Red
Ribbon was Christopher
Jones. Blue Ribbons
were awarded: Makayla
Brown, Star Chase,
Ashanti Wilson, Nathan
Hildreth. Breonna
Chambric, Destene
Williams. K'sha Lewis,
Trinique Brockman.
Emmerald Graham.
Terrance White and
Deion Siplin.


For their talent
award, Michael and
Gabe Starling received a
Blue Ribbon. Brandon
Whitfield. Kezia and
Talithat Hanks also
received a Blue Ribbon.
Judges for the pro-
gram were: Velda
Alexander and Angelg
Gray, for Clothing
Selection; Gloria Cox!
Jones and Lindd
Hamedani, for Garment
Construction; and
Angela Scurry and
Sukie Chambers for
Share-the-Fun.


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Senior performer, Brandon Whitfield,.tickles the Clover Bud, Talelynn
ivories for the Share-the-Fun Progam. Walton, models her
Clothing Selection outfit.
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','.erijor 4-Hers Michael and Gabe Starling perform a Intermediate 4-Her,
" t he i talent show. Iestiene Williams, dis-
tat' ," plays the total look she
S' assembled.


Intermediate 4-Her,
Terrance White, models
this vest he created.


Jildr, 4-Her, Nathan
SHlldr!tli, made these paja-
mo' pants in sewing class.
,, ; :


Junior 4-Her, Star
Chase, shows off this skirt
she constructed for the
Revue.


Temarek White, Junior,
models the vest he made
in sewing class.


Intermediate 4-Her,
K'sha Lewis, Is proud of"
her clothing selection.


Intermediate 4-Her
Deion Siplin, created these
pajama pants for the
Fashion Revue.


Breona Chambric,
Junior, made these paja-
mas for the Fashion
Revue.


Intermediate 4-Her,
Trinique Brockman, chose
this colorful combination
to model.


Junior 4-Her,
Christopher Jones, models
this vest he created in
sewing class.


Junior 4-Her, Ashanti
Wilson, models the gath-
ered skirt she created for
Clothing Selection.


Junior 4-Her, Makayla
Brown's. chosen outfit fea-
tured this dramatic tunic
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Junior 4-Her, Makayla:
Brown models the gath-,
ered skirt she created for,
the Fashion Revue.
















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