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ONTICELLO


NEWS


143rd Year No. 5 Wednesday, February 2, 2011 50 a46 + 4


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AUTHORITIES

WARNING

OF CELL

PHONE SCAM
Law enforcement au-
thorities are advising citi-
zens to be aware of a
cell-phone scam that is re-
portedly going around.
The scam involves vic-
tims receiving a text mes-
sage from a local area code
stating, "money was de-
posited in your account".
When the victim replies to
the text (typically with
"who is this?"), it creates
an automatic authoriza-
tion for a $10+ messaging
charge to be added to the
victim's cell phone account
each month, unless can-
celled. The suspects are
Please See Phone
Scam Page 3A

JC Extension
Services
Hire New
Family,
Consumer
Science
Agent
LAZARO ALEMAN
-. vCB Publishing
Senior Staff Writer
The Jefferson County
Extension Office once
again has an extension
family and consumer sci-
ences agent. She is Kristin
Jackson, a recent graduate
of the University of
Florida (UF)'with a mas-
ter's degree in family,
youth and community sci-
ence.
The Jefferson County
Commission approved
Jackson's hiring on Thurs-
day evening, Jan. 20, with
her first day of employ-
ment scheduled to begin
.on the following day.
Jackson's duties, as de-
scribed by Extension Of-
fice Director John Lilly,
Please See Exten-
sion Page 3A


Heroics of


Sheriffs


Correctional


Officer Garners


Statewide Honor


Corporal Marie McClamma, center, a correct
Office was the recipient of the Florida Sheriffs
Award. Pictured from left to right are Florida G
County Sheriff David Hobbs.


LAZARO ALEMAN
ECB Publishing ...
Senior Staff Writer
A correctional officer in
the Jefferson County
Sheriff's Office has been
recognized statewide for her


distinguished,
and dedicated
line of duty -..
She is Cc
McClamma,
County, recip
Florida


CITY'S ZONIN

DIST. MAPS
LAZARO ALEMAN
ECB Publishing
Senior Staff Writer
Property Appraiser Angela Gray
continues enhancing the offerings of her
office, the latest being the addition of two
new mapping layers to the department's
website.
Meaning that members of the public can
now view Monticello's zoning and historic
district maps online.
"We have had several requests from the
general public and from the City of


ABANDONED HOUSE DESI
FRAN HUNT
ECB Publishing
Staff Writer
An abandoned house
in Monticello was de-
stroyed by an early morn-
ing fire over the weekend.
Jefferson County Fire
Rescue (JCFR) Captain
Dexter Walker reported
that at 3:24 am., Saturday,
January 29,JCFR received
a call to report to a struc-
ture fire at 800 North Wau-
keenah Street, just north
of the old 1827 Cemetery.
Upon arrival at 3:38
a.m., firefighters observed
an abandoned house back
in the tree line, which was
overgrown with brush,
was fully evolved.
As firefighters fought
the blaze, dispatch noti-
fied the power company
and had them en route to
cut the power to the struc-
ture.
Once the power company
was on the scene and had
Please See Fire Page This abandoned house, located at 800 Nortl
3A Cemetery, was totally destroyed in an early morn


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JURY FINDS


WOODY


GUILTY OF


MANSLAUGHTER
FRAN HUNT
ECB Publishing
Staff Writer
After nearly
five hours of de-
liberation Friday
afternoon, the
jury of three men
and three women
found resident
Corteze Devone
Woody, 19, guilty
as charged of
manslaughter, in
the 2009 crash
shortly after the Corteze Devone oody
Watermelon Festival parade, which resulted
in several people being injured and the
death of 83-year old resident Ruth DiBiase.
The tentative sentencing date was set for
February 21 at 2 p.m. Woody could face up to
15 years in prison.
Woody's defense attorney, David
Collins, told jurors in closing arguments
that Woody suffered a seizure as he was
driving to the Watermelon Festival and that
the crash was a tragic accident, but not a
crime.
Assistant State Attorney Neill Wade,
however, argued that witnesses saw Woody
"whipping around cars like a video game"
just preceding the crash. He said
Woody's conduct showed a reckless disre-
gard for human life. He also said that the
testimony of the neurologist illustrated that
had Woody had a seizure, he would not have
had the ability to process the information
in order to steer a car the way he was that
"Seizure is not the explanation for what
happened here," Wade said during closing
arguments. "He could not have driven the
way he did if he had a seizure."
Woody showed little emotion as the ver-
dict was read. Collins asked that Woody be
allowed to remain out of jail on $25,000 bail
before sentencing, telling Jefferson Circuit
Judge Frank E. Sheffield that he wasn't a
flight risk. Wade asked that Woody be jailed
pending sentencing and asked that his bond
be remanded.
Sheffield ordered Woody to report to
the Jefferson County Jail at 5 p.m. Monday
and warned that if he was as much as a
minute late, he'd be charged with escape.
Recapping the incident, Woody was of-
ficially arrested and charged Monday, Jan-
uary 11, 2010 by the Jefferson County
Sheriff's Office, with manslaughter (culpa-
ble negligence), a second degree felony,
after causing the series of crashes.
That arrest stemmed from the major
crash in downtown Monticello during the
Watermelon Festival activities and just
after the parade, which resulted in an am-
bulance being rear-ended, another vehicle
damaged and one pedestrian involved, who
had to jump out of the way while walking
on the sidewalk, to avoid a collision, and
four people receiving injuries.
FHP reported that at 11:05 a.m., June 20,
2009, just about 15 minutes after the Water-
melon Festival parade had concluded,
Woody, was driving a 2006 Honda four-door
traveling south on North Jefferson Street at
approximately 61 miles per hour with his
four-ybar old sister in the vehicle as a pas-
senger.
According to witnesses, Woody had
passed several slower moving vehicles on
the right, while approaching the highly con-
gested business area, witnesses also stated
that while approaching the area, Woody
passed several more vehicles.
The right front of Woody's vehicle
struck the left rear corner of a 2005 Ford F-
350 ambulance which was properly parked
at the corner of North Jefferson and Pearl
Streets..
Debris from the collision was thrown
forward and struck the rear of a properly
parked 2009 Toyota RAV 4, in a parking
space next to the ambulance.
After the collision, Woody's vehicle con-
tinued traveling forward for approximately
150 feet, and struck the rear of a-properly
parked 1994 Chevrolet SUV on the west side
of the roadway and the collision caused the
SUV to overturn onto it's roof, debris strik-
ing pedestrian, Susan Simmons, 57, of Las
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Highs in the mid 40s and lows in
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onal officer with the Jefferson County Sheriff's
Association's Correctional Officer of the Year
governor Rick Scott, McClamma, and Jefferson

professional Association's (FSA)
service in, the Correctional Officer of the
Year Award, presented to her
)rporal Marie at the organization's mid-
of Madison winter conference in Amelia
lent of the Please See Correctional
Sheriffs Officer Page 2A


[G, HISTORIC

iOW ONLINE
Monticello to post this information on our
website and are glad to have finally finished
working out the details to fulfill the request,"
Gray said. "These district lines are actually
approved by the City of Monticello's planners
and council members, and we assist them by
getting the information into our Geographic
Information System (GIS) as a overlay of our
parcel data."
Gray said creating the layers involved a
time-consuming process that she largely
credited to Johnnie Abron, formerly the GIS
Please See Zoning Page 3A


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ECB Publishing photo by Fran Hunt, January 31, 2011
h Waukeenah Street, just north of the old 1827
ing fire Saturday.


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Island on Tuesday, Jan. 25.
Presenting the award
to McClamma, in
recognition of her
dedication and
commitment to law
enforcement and public
safety, were FSA
President Sheriff Harrell
Reid, of Hamilton
County; Jefferson County
Sheriff David Hobbs, who
nominated her for the
honor; and Florida
Governor Rick Scott.
"We offer thanks to
the thousands of Florida
corrections officers who
work in our county jails,"
said FSA Executive
Director Steve Casey at
the ceremony "Their jobs
are dangerous and often
go without recognition.
We are honored to have
the opportunity to help
tell their story by
highlighting the heroic
actions of Jefferson
County corrections
officer Marie
McClamma."
Added Hobbs,
"McClamma served our
community with courage
and dedication in the face
of danger. Our entire staff
is proud to see her efforts
recognized as we continue
to protect and serve
countless Floridians."
Hobbs added that
throughout her nearly
five-year tenure with the
department, McClamma
has exemplified
determination and
courage, while serving
and protecting the
community.
The award stems
from an incident in
March 2010, when
McClamma is credited
with single-handedly
thwarting an inmate's
attempted jailbreak. As
Hobbs described it in his
nomination letter to the
FSA, McClamma, a
mother of two children,
was seven months
pregnant with her third
child and days away from
maternity leave when the
incident occurred.
Her advanced
pregnancy, in fact, had
prompted her supervisor
to assign her to the


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booking area/control
room, where contact with
inmates is minimal.
"In this instance, she
found herself alone at one
point during her tour of
duty and was confronted
by an inmate who was
bent on escape," Hobbs
wrote.
It happened that the
male inmate, who had
been placed in isolated
confinement earlier in
the day, called McClamma
to his cell and she found
herself in a position
where she had to open his
cell door unassisted,
according to Hobbs.
"Even though this
prisoner had not
displayed any signs of
violence or other flags to
indicate that he was a
risk, when she opened his
cell door...the prisoner
immediately attacked
her," Hobbs reported.
A struggle ensued, in
which McClamma
attempted to contact
other staff members, for
assistance via her radio,
all the while she fought
the inmate, who was
physically stronger.
At one point, the
inmate managed to take
possession of the radio,
depriving McClamma of
a means of summoning
help. Even so, she was
able to disengage herself
from him momentarily
and rushed into the
control room in an effort
both to call for help and
isolate the inmate in a
secure area.
But the inmate forced
his way into the control
room/booking area
before she could call for
help and renewed his
attack.
"In spite of he fact
that the prisoner
obtained a taser gun and
used it on her several
times on her stomach and
also grabbed a pair of
scissors in an attempt to
stab her, resulting in
minor lacerations on her
shoulder and neck area,
McClamma, through raw
determination to survive
and the mindset not to
allow this prisoner to


escape, was able to call
for help and contain the
prisoner until help
arrived," Hobbs wrote.
He added that the
video and audio evidence
of the incident confirmed
McClamma's courage and
professionalism in the
face of danger, qualities
that he said carried the
day, prevented the
inmate's escape, and
ensured her survival.
Nor were
McClamma's actions in
the latter incident the
only example of her
professionalism and
dedication, Hobbs wrote.
He cited an incident in
November 2006, when
McClamma's "sense of
duty and attention to
detail" had been
instrumental in the
recapture of an escaped
murder suspect.
In the latter case,
McClamma decided to
check up on a tip that an
inmate was attempting an
escape, contrary to
another on-duty officer
who had received the
same information but had
dismissed it out-of-hand
as a hoax.
Discovering that the
inmate had indeed made
good on his escape,
McClamma alerted
deputies and other on-
duty corrections
personnel and 'law
enforcement agents were
quickly able to recapture
the escapee within a mile
of the jail, Hobbs said.
"Had she not taken it
upon herself to make an
extra effort to make sure
all was well (or not), that
prisoner's escape would
have not been detected
until the next routine
roster count was taken,"
Hobbs wrote.
Although certainly
not the only correctional
officer in the state to
experience similar
experiences, "she is, in
our opinion, rare in that
she is so consistent in her
faithfulness to the
profession and her
dedication to duty as well
as the general safety of
the public," Hobbs wrote.


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But the best part of conference, when she gone through her mind
the story, he added, was had been informed that when she was struggling
that McClamma shortly she had won the with the inmate?
thereafter delivered a recognition, she said. "I was worrying
healthy happy baby, Had the experience about my (unborn) baby
christened "Faith". of the attack changed the and worrying about me,"
In November 2010. way she went about her McClamma said. "But I
Hobbs presented job? didn't want him to leave
McClamma with an Not really the premises and maybe
Award of Courage in McClamma said. hurt someone else. It's
recognition of her "You can go an entire my job to protect the
actions, and further career and never citizens."
rewarded her with a experience anything like Did she see what she
promotion to the rank of this," she said. "It wasn't did as heroic?
corporal, because I was "I don't see myself as
Contacted at home on complacent or anything hero," McClamma said.
Monday afternoon, Jan. like that. You can't "I was simply put in
31, McClamma expressed predict human nature." extraordinary situation
appreciation and The experience had, and I had to make a
humility over the receipt however, changed her decision. That's all I did."
of the FSA award. outlook on life, she The FSA is a
S "I was very honored added. nonprofit organization
to receive it," she said. "It's made me more founded in 1893 and made
"It's a very honoring and thankful for what I've up of Florida sheriffs
humbling experience, got," McClamma said. plus approximately 3,500
Many correctional "Everyday is a blessing." businesses and 70,000
officers go their whole She said that citizens throughout the
lives and don't ever get following the attack, she state. Among its many
recognized. I'm honored had been put on bed rest, doings, the organization
to receive it." which had given her an pushes for positive
Had she expected it? opportunity to reflect on legislative changes on
Not at all, the incident, behalf of the state's law
McClamma said. The "It gave me a lot of enforcement community,
award had come as a time to think," offers various training
complete surprise. In McClamma said. "Faith programs and services to
fact, she had not even in God got me through law enforcement
been aware that Hobbs the experience." agencies, and is
had nominated her until What exactly had dedicated to the
two weeks prevention of
before the juvenile
FSA NOMINATION BETTER Delinquency

Deal Mr. Cay:

The Jcffebaoa Cmunty Sheri~i Offic wishls to nominrti Corpoal
Maia MClamma as the Conctuioal Officer of the Year. We fed lhat she deserves
frognition for her amitatdi pefoaa e,i not jut in thepastyear butsi sh has
been employed with this ofice for the past 4 V years. Her wwoord bhe has baImmnotable
ftmhmberf it day on the job. Ier wiingi s anad profesonalismn isevident inhbr
daily dutia.
Coporal McCamma was intrumental in the recapture of an eowaped mtdar
suspect in November 2006. Had it not b m -for er sns of duty and aetiaa to detail
he would mst certainly madc good on hi escape. Another of the fficrs n duty in
the jl that nit recved the infbmitatl the oauatw attmtiug t sca but.
dnm to unusual dcblils o imained within& imakin, decide tht it wa a w.
McClemma. oan the othlcr had, doided Wto dck out the sitratmn regardless ofwhat
was rportd to her. She dlcovetd ta the asupeat has alrdy made it outside th
wall of fle jail fility buh sheew right& bdind him. She aktcd the dput a and *i
other Cotrcctio personnel on duty and the recapture efr was qukdy oaimnzed and
put mo idio.c Her action ~v g e a e e no time to get v ey far fnthe jail
boe depths and other law enfi nt genclcs ware deployed to hbt him down.
Me vBs quickly Iocated and captmd approximately a mfle from te ja Had ahe not
tack it upon haemlfto make an extt A effort to make sue all was wll (or nt at
ionts asc ape would have not been detuted unil tlene~t maine ostar not was
Ths is only o example ofherdbedcatkioto her prfesaim a She routinely doce
a little mo than required and always shows inv s and initdeive in carrying out
her =ipaibilitie~ of care, clstdy and conmol lthe inmatem
Another example of bahr extrordinary dcdiclton i a mnor recent avt, a
Sluaon in which she ingle.handedly peveted nothr e e ftom our jail on Marh
22, 2010. She wa pz gnant and e petfing her third chikl. She wa days way fithn
mainmity leave and aigl ned to the booking agrcoxmtil room of the jail ability where
ad imwald have minimal coait t with prliasers. In fliasinstac, she fund herself
alone at one point during her tour of duty and wa confrcited by an Inmate who was
bent on scape. That priwnoe had been plad in an isnlatimn oel eaier in the day.
The pirisae cslledohae to h1 cdl ftm thle booking areakctrol room and she fund
herself in a position in whianh e had to ope the dror to his cel. Evn though this
tpri dn had not displayed any sign ofviolen~ o other tfla to dicate that he was a
iak, when sh had to open his cll rdor, she was an her guard. Wlhe ahe opened the
door tl psoner in it an dh. A struggle eAsued As she foAgtt4t withh t
male psimer, who wau phyalcally stronsae than she was. sbhe aBmpted to sco Ihe
other staff for asso. The pisoner managed to get the radio, dprivinrg he of
inmmditeminam to summon help oCmmarmangd digg urneleffroim the
pdIflon and eamte d the cotiol rum in an attempt to call for hl and to iol]tw the
pizaMr in e suea area. iThe npronr managed to fea his way I th ocontmol
roomioolkin area before he could mtnnoa anyone for help and the fight continued
In spite of the facttt the prisner obtarfld a maer gun and used it c her several time
in her stomach nd also grabbed apair otiafisora in an ttipt to atab her resulting in
matn hmeclatiwn on her shoBuer and neck a re MoCl mnm thro raw darnati
Ito aive and fli mind~ not to allow 1 hri prisoner t ecape, she ws able to call fa
help and con atihe priont =untl help atived.
Video and audM vidcoe oonfkmied that COrpralM McClamnma was Gcoiragou
iand pxiaional in her actions during te coaft and as a mrel5 she carried the
day, prevented a= escape and Lsurvid.
Corporal McClanmma devalue to be recognized for her oouage and aenac of
duty. While she ia ceitianly not only the ctly ourmctional offLer in the stte that hs
.uch mpsiences as rated her, she L, n our opilon, rare in that se is so consiatmn
.n her faliluhfues to the profsimn an dher dedicatin to duty a'wll as me gein
wrftyofeae public.
As a result of the abol veats, Marie McClanmm was presence an "Award of
Couune" and received a~ proton to the rank of Cporxmal in Novembn 2010 ty
BheriffDavid Hobbs.
The lat and fe most important et of this nOnioutiom Baby Faith was brn
heathy and happy.

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COUNTYY


Manslaughter


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Fire


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Vegas NV and ejecting
DiBiase, who was a pas-
senger in the right front
seat.
During the overturn-
ing sequence, the SUV
struck the rear of a prop-
erly parked 2007 Suzuki
motorcycle.
Woody, the driver,
received minor injuries
and his young sister was
seriously injured. Both
were transported to
Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital (TMH);
Simmons (pedestrian)
was seriously injured
and transported to TMH
for treatment. DiBiase
(ejected passenger), also
sustained serious
injuries and was trans-
ported to TMH.
Simmons, DiBiase's
daughter, had just gotten
out of the vehicle, wit-
nesses reported.
Simmons, who was
injured after being hit by
crash debris, was down-
graded Tuesday June 30,
to good condition at
TMH.
Woody's vehicle sus-
tained $12,000 damage;
the ambulance sustained
$10,000 damage; the RAV
4 received $500 damage;
the SUV sustained $8,000
drainage and the motorcy-
cle, $2,500 damage.
Lt. Kenneth Ellis'
reported that with the
death of DiBiase, the
Florida Highway Patrol
started a criminal inves-
tigation into the crash
since one of the victims
had died.


DiBiase died at
approximately 4 a.m.
Tuesday morning, June
30, 2009 at Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital as a
result of the injuries she
sustained in the crash,
said Ellis.
"With her fatality,
the investigation has
now changed to a crimi-
nal investigation," Ellis
said. "At the end of the
investigation, we will
confer with the State
Attorney to determine
the appropriate
charges."
Ellis said it's routine
for crash investigations
to become traffic-homi-
cide investigations once
someone has died.. The
investigation entailed
the interviews of numer-
ous witnesses to the inci-
dent, both with those
who were spoken to pre-
viously, and additional
witnesses Ellis said.
Also, a post crash inspec-
tion was conducted on
the vehicle of Woody, to
determine if there were
any type of mechanical
malfunction, which may
have contributed to the
crash. He said it is a
very time-consuming
and lengthy process and
investigators have
numerous cases awaiting
further investigation as
well.
In October 2009, Ellis
reported that FHP "had
all it's ducks in a row"
and was handing what
they had over to Wade.
An FHP arrest docu-


ment submitted to Wade
Oct. 13, 2009, provided a
narrative describing how
Woody had been experi-
encing seizures since
April, 2009 and that the
information conflicted
with the information on
his driver's license appli-
cation.
On May 1, 2009,
Woody was involved in a
minor crash when he
rear-ended the vehicle of
county resident Chuck
Sarkisian, which was
properly stopped at a
stop sign, located at
Basset Dairy Road and
Ashville Highway. On
the scene, he reported to
FHP Trooper Bill Grubbs
that his brakes had
failed. However, Grubbs
reported checking the
brakes and that there
was no problem. Woody
was cited for careless
driving. Sarkisian
reported that immediate-
ly following the crash
Woody was acting as if
he were in a daze.
June 4, 2009, Woody
signed an application
upgrading his learner's.
permit to a regular oper-
ator's license. In that
application, Woody
signed, stating that he.
had not "suffered from
epilepsy, fainting or
dizzy spells in the past
two years," FHP report-.
ed.
During the investi-
gation FHP alsb deter-
mined that Woody was
traveling at a minimum
of 61 mph in the 25 mph
zone for 3/10 of a mile
prior to the first crash.
Woody was arrested
Jan. 11 and bond was set
at $25,000. A recommen-
dation by the -_State
Attorney ." said' that
Woody. was to. dono'driv-
ing without medical and
court approval, which
became one of his condi-
tions of release on bond.
Woody bonded out of jail
the same day.


cut the power firefight-
ers were able to attack
the north side of the
structure.
Walker reported
that firefighters had the
fire contained within an
hour.
The State Fire
Marshall's Office was
contacted and en route
to investigate the blaze
and determine the cause
of the fire.
Walker also report-


Zoning


coordinator in her office
and now the Information
Technology director for
the county in the Clerk of
Court office. She said her
current GIS tech, Rikki
Hill, finalized the project
by coordinating with the
website provider to get
the layers posted.
In addition to the
city's zoning and historic
district overlays, the
Property Appraiser's
website offers other
layers of information
that the public can
access, such as the 2007
and 2010 aerial


Extension


who recommended her
hiring, includes planning,
implementing and evalu-
ating programs that
relate to family and child
development, nutrition
and food sciences, and
family economics, health
ad wellness.
Jackson also will be
focusing on child obesity,
which Lilly described as a
big problem in Jefferson
County He said UF would
be providing his opera-
tion with a part-time
assistant to help Jackson
address the obesity prob-
lem and foster healthy
lifestyles.
Jackson's resume
shows that she received a


ed that per the
Monticello Police
Department there were
possibly two homeless
people staying in the
residence, but luckily,
firefighters found no
bodies inside of the
structure.
After assuring that
the blaze was out, fire-
fighters performed an
overhaul of the scene'to
ensure no burning or
smoldering embers


remained that could pos-
sibly reignite.
The structure and
all of the contents were
a total loss.
The last unit of fire-
fighters departed the
scene at 7:21'a.m.
Assisting JCFR on
the scene were members
of the Monticello
Volunteer Fire
Department and the
Monticello Police
Department.


Cont. From Page 1


photography; the
county's land-use map;
sales by year (2005-2010);
and the two' water
management districts
with jurisdiction in
Jefferson County.
"The public can view
this information and
print maps at their
homes or businesses,"
Gray said. "However, it
must be noted that this
information is compiled
solely for the purpose of
government property
assessment and cannot
be relied upon by anyone
as a determination of the


ownership or market
value of properties."
Gray added that she
and her staff are
available to assist
anyone with questions
on how' to navigate the
department's website.
Also, for a fee, her office
will produce color maps
Sin a variety of sizes, she
said.
For more
information, call the
Jefferson County
Property Appraiser's
office at (850) 997-3356 or
visit
www.jeffersonpa.net


Cont. From Page 1


BA from UF in criminolo-
gy with a minor in sociol-
ogy Her most recent
employment was as a
financial counselor with
the UF financial services,
from 2006 to 2010.
Prior to 2006, Jackson
worked two years as a pro-
gram director at Eden
Park in Gainesville; and
between 2002 and 2004,
she worked as an assis-
tant coordinatQr for a
community outreach and
development program,
also in Gainesville.
Her resume indicates
that she has had relevant
volunteer experience in
youth programs and has
also done some tutoring.


Jackson Was one of
seven screened applicants
and one of three inter-
viewed for the position.
Lilly noted that
notwithstanding
Jackson's California
accent, she had family in
the Lloyd area. He fur-
ther noted that it- had
been a long and arduous
journey to hire a replace-
ment extension family
and consumer .- science
agent, involving numer-
ous trips to Gainesvaie.
But he was pleased to
report that he had found
a very good and qualified
candidate, and he Vwel-
comed her to the staff, he
said.


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All community members interested in promoting a healthy, tobacco free
lifestyle are invited to the meeting of the Tobacco Free Jefferson Partners. This
community-based organization promotes policy change through education
about the dangers of tobacco use, the benefits of cessation and the risks of
secondhand smoke exposure. Tobacco Free Jefferson's focus will include spe-
cific policies and goals that support a tobacco free lifestyle for Jefferson
County Residents. Refreshments will be served

Date: Monday, February 7, 2011
Place: Jefferson County Health Department Annex
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reply to text messages -
even it's from a local area
code.
They further advise
that individuals carefully
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(such as the Red Cross or
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David Wayne Kizzire,
50, of Pensacola, Fl, was
arrested January 18 on.
an outstanding Escambia
County warrant charging
him with burglary of an
unoccupied dwelling,
grand theft and criminal
mischief. Bond was with-
held and he was turned
over to Escambia County
authorities January 20 to
face charges there.
Jeannie Nix, 46, of
Lamont, was arrested
January 18 and charged
with violation of proba-
tion on the charge of
grand theft. Bond was
withheld and she
remained in the County


Jail February 1.
Barry Curtis Clark,
38, of Jefferson County,
was arrested January 18
and charged with battery
(domestic). Bond was set
at $500 and he bonded of
jail the following day
Lauren Michelle
Raker, 41, of Jefferson
County, was arrested
January 19 on an out-
standing Leon County
warrant charging her
with grand theft of more
than $20,000 and less than
$100,000. She was turned
over to Leon County
authorities the following
day to face charges there.
Michael Wayne
Loveless, 46, of Jefferson
County, was arrested
January 19 and charged


with failure to appear on
the charge of possession
of a controlled substance.
He was released on his
own recognizance the fol-
lowing day.
Emily Vinson, 32, of
Jefferson County, was
arrested January 21 and
charged with violation of
probation on the charge
of grand theft. Bond was
withheld and she
remained at the County
Jail February 1.
Jovonta Hendrez
German, 24, of Jefferson
County, was arrested
January 21 and charged
with violation of proba-
tion on the charge of
accessory after the fact.
Bond was withheld and
she remained at the


County Jail February 1.
Josephine Lewis, 59,
of Jefferson County, was
arrested January 22 and
charged with aggravated
battery with a deadly
weapon, battery (domes-
tic) and improper exhibi-
tion of a dangerous
weapon. A total bond of
$5,500 was set and she
bonded out of jail
January 24.
Johnny Thompson,
65, of Jefferson County,
was arrested January 22
and charged with aggra-
vated battery with a dead-
ly weapon and battery
(domestic). A total bond of
$3,000 was set and he
bonded out of jail
January 24.
Geremi Pierce, 43, of


Tallahassee, was
tenced in court J,
24 to serve 15 mot
the Florida Departr
Corrections on the
of felony fleeing ar
ing and driving
license suspended
remained at the
Jail February 1 aN
transport to the
Reception Center.
Kavonte D. Pa:
of Jefferson Coun
arrested January
charged with
while license sus
or revoked and pos
of marijuana less
grams. A total b
$1,000 was set a
bonded out of j,
same day.
Kelvin


s sen- Burney, 39, of Jefferson
anuary County, was arrested
nths in January 28 and charged
ment of with violation of proba-
charge tion on the charge of
id elud- felony battery. Bond was
while withheld and he remained
*d. He at the County Jail
County February 1.
waiting Alphonso Reed, 33, of
Florida Jefferson County, was
arrested January 29 and
yne, 18, charged with petit theft
ty, was less than $100. Bond was
24 and set at $2,500 and he bond-
driving ed out of jail the same day.
pended Leonard Frazier, 59,
session of Jefferson County, was
than 20 arrested January 29 and
)ond of charged with driving
and he while license suspended.
ail the Bond was set at $1,500 and
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FEBRUARY 3
You may qualify for
assistance from Capital
Area Community Action
Agency Call Pat Wilson
or Melissa Watson at 850-
997-8231 for additional
information. They can
tell you what services are
currently being provid-
ed. CACAA will be work-
ing 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the
first Thursday at Union
Hill AME Church.
FEBRUARY 3
Business Community
Prayer Breakfast 7 to 8
a.m. on the first
Thursday The meeting
will be held at the
Jeffersori Country Club
on the Boston Highway
Coach Gladden will be
the guest speaker. The
Spiritual Aims commit-
tee of the Monticello
Kiwanis Club is sponsor-
ing the location and the
food. Call Coordinator
Gary Wright at 850-997-
5705 or 850-933-5567 for
more information and
prayer requests. Come
and bring a friend!
FEBRUARY 4
Ashville Area Volunteer
Fire Department meets
6:30 p.m. on the first
Friday of each month at
the fire station. Contact
John Staffieri at 850-997-


6807 for more details.
FEBRUARY 4
Rotary meets at 12 p.m.
on Friday at the First
Presbyterian Church in
the fellowship hall for
lunch and a meeting with
a program and speaker.
Contact President Bill
Watson at 850-997-2591 or
member Mary Frances
Gramling at 850-997-3657
for more information.
FEBRUARY 4
Monticello Jamboree is
held 7 to 11 p.m. every
Friday evening at 625
South Water Street, just
three blocks north of the
American Legion Otto
Walker Post 49. Enjoy the
evening with friends and
family for some good
clean fun and dancing to
a live band, great music
and a big dance floor. For'
questions or concerns
contact Morgan at 850-
933-8138 or Bobby
Connell at 850-445-0049.
There will be doorprizes,
cold soft drinks and
snacks.
FEBRUARY 4
Get Movin' with
women's fitness and fel-
lowship beginning at 6:30
p.m. every Friday and
Monday evening at the
Restored Glory Christian
Center, located at 1287


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D.R. CAMPBELL
D.R. Campbell, age 83, passed away Friday,
January 28, 2011. D.R. was a veteran of the Korean
War in which he served his great country for two
years. He lived in Monticello before moving to
Madison 28 years ago.
D.R. leaves behind a caring loving wife of 63
years, Colleen; two beautiful daughters Debbie
(Terry) Barnwell, and Ramona (Bill) Kinsey; two
loving and precious grandchildren whom he adored,
Chelsey Kinsey (Dusty McCoy), and Capas Kinsey;
two brothers Nelson (Edna) Campbell, -and Greg
(Carolyn) Campbell; three sisters Joyce (Wilbur)
Hand, Betty Branch, and Virginia (Marlin) Cardin.
Also many loving and caring friends who will miss
him as well.
D.R. truly loved his God and lived for Him daily
He has a better home and is no longer in pain.
He is preceded in death by his parents, Durward
and Pearlie Campbell and a sister Erlene Bailey
There will be no service at this time. The fami-.
ly received family and friends Tuesday, February 1,
2011 from 6-8 p.m. at Beggs Funeral Home Monticello
Chapel (850-997-5612), 485 East Dogwood Street,
Monticello, Florida 32344.

RICHARD "DICK"
GUION GLOVER
Richard Guion Glover, age 76, a retired Licensing
Supervisor for the State of Florida, passed away on
January 24, 2011, in Inverness, Florida.
Funeral services were held graveside, Monday
January 31, 2011 at 1:00 PM at Hills of Rest Cemetery
in Floral City, Florida
Mr. Glover was a native of New York City, N.Y.
and had lived in Tampa, Miami and Jacksonville,
Florida before moving to Monticello in 1983. He was
in the United States Army Reserve, and he was of
Methodist faith.
Mr. Glover is survived by his wife Jane Glover of
Inverness, Florida; one son Glenn R. Glover of
Lawrenceville, Georgia; two step-sons Rev. Alan
Jefferson of Sarasota, Florida, and Glenn Jefferson
of Sopchoppy, Florida; one step-daughter Lori
Tompkins of Sycamore, Georgia; one grandson Ryan
Glover of Lawrenceville, Georgia; seven step-grand-
children and eight step-great grandchildren.


South Jefferson Street, in
the Winn Dixie
Plaza. For more informa-
tion about the church
and. its various min-
istries, visit
www.restoredgloryorg or
call 850-997-RGCC (7422,)
or visit the church.
FEBRUARY 5
FCAT Blitz Camp is held
9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on
Saturday thru April at
the JCMHS Camp is free
of charge and is designed
to help students achieve
higher levels on the new
FCAT. Transportation is
available by calling
School Board
Chairperson Sandra
Saunders at 850-997-3555
or 850-567-0064. The TCC
Extended Day Program
sponsors Camp.
FEBRUARY 5
Window Painting with
folk artist Janet Moses at
10 a.m. Saturday at One
Heart Earth Center, 450
West Madison Street.
French Roosters with
grapes is the program.
Windows and all materi-
als- will be supplied.
Reserve by calling 850-
997-7373 or go to
OneHeartEarthCenter@
Embarqmail.com OHEC
is a 501 c 3 non-profit.
FEBRUARY 5-26
The works of artist Jeff
Whipple will be on dis-
play and for sale at the
Jefferson Arts Gallery
thru the month. An Open
House will be held 2 to 4
p.m. on Saturday in the
Gallery Located at 575
West Washington Street
in downtown Monticello,
the Arts is open from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. on
.Wednesdays and
Saturday, or by calling
850-997-3311 for an
appointment.
FEBRUARY 6
VFW Post 251 meets 5
p.m. on the first Sunday
of each month- at the
Learning Center on
Marvin Street for a meet-
ing. Contact Commander
Ned Hill at 850-339-5524
for more information.
FEBRUARY 7
VFW Ladies Auxiliary
Post 251 meets 6:30 p.m.


on the first Monday of
each month at Memorial
MB Church. Contact
President Mary Madison
at 850-210-7090 for more
information.
'FEBRUARY 7
Sons Of The American
Legion (SAL) meetings
are held at 6:30 p.m. on
the first Monday of each
month in the Otto
Walker Post 49 on South
Water Street in
Monticello. For more
information contact
District III Commander
Buddy Westbrook at 850-
997-2973.
FEBRUARY 7
Main Street of
Monticello, Florida
meetings are held at 5
p.m. on the first and
third Monday of every
month at the Cherry
Street Commons on
South Cherry Street.
Contact Dan Schall at
850-251-3878 for more
information. Main
Street of Monticello
Florida Speaker
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third Monday evening of
each month at 6:30 p.m.
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House. This is free and
open to the public. For
more information about
this and upcoming Main
Street Speaker Series
contact Anne Holt at 850-
997-5110 or
ahholt@ahholt.com
FEBRUARY 7
Boy Scout Troop 803
meets at 7 p.m. every
Monday at The Eagles
Nest on South Water
Street. For more infor-
mation, contact Scout
Leader Paul Wittig at
997-1727 or 997-3169.
FEBRUARY 7
AA women's meetings
are held on Mondays at
6:45 p.m.; AA meetings
follow at 8 p.m., at the
Christ Episcopal Church
Annex, 425 North
Cherry Street. For more
information, call 997-
2129 or 997-1955.
FEBRUARY 7
AA meets at 7 p.m. every
Monday at Waukeenah
United Methodist
Church for fellowship.
Meetings are open to
all. For more informa-
tion, contact Rev. Ralph
Wrightstone at 997-
2171.


FEBRUARY 7
Six-Week Grief
Support Group, 3 to 4
p.m. on Mondays at the
Christ Episcopal
Church in the .parson-
age. Offering educa-
tion'al tools on how to
handle grief" following
the death of a loved
one, and give the par-
ticipants the opportu-
nity to explore their
grief in a safe and car-
ing environment. This
is a free service hosted-
by Covenant Hospice
and open to adults who
are grieving the loss of
a loved one.
Registration in
required. To reserve
seating, call Elizabeth
Robinson, MSW, at 1-800-
374-9733 or 850'-575-4998.
FEBRUARY 8
AA classes are held
every Tuesday at 8 p.m.
for those seeking help.
The classes are held at
the Harvest Christian
Center, 1599
Springhollow Road.
Contact Marvin
Graham, pastor, at 212-
7669 for more informa-
tion.


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The Aucilla Christian
Academy varsity Lady
Warriors chalked up two
more victories to now
sand on a 12-10 season.
On January 21 ACA
squared off against
Munroe and the Lady
Warriors bounced their
opponent for a 55-32 victo-
ry
Sarah Sorensen net-
ted for four points, had
nine rebounds, with four
assists and seven steals.
Tiffany Funderburke
bucketed for 11 points,


with four rebounds and
one blocked shot.
Nikki Hamrick tar-
geted for 13 points, with
three assists and three
steals.
Anna Vasquez scored
four points, with four
rebounds, three assists
and two steals.
Kaitlin Jackson buck-
eted for ten points and
snagged ten rebounds for
a double-double, with
three block/steals and
two blocked shots.
Cheltsie Kinsley
scored two points and
grabbed two rebounds
with four assists.


Sunnie Sorensen
snagged five rebounds.
On January 25 the
Lady Warriors faced off
against the Lady Tigers of
Jefferson and Aucilla
came out on top of a 40-32
win.
"The Lady Tigers
have greatly improved,
they fought really hard all
night," said Coach Daryl
Adams. "We didn't beat
them anywhere near as
bad as the last time we
played against them. We
were up by 16 points at the
half, but they closed the
gap to eight points."
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located at 1591 Waukeenah Street or they may drop them off at
any one of the collection sites in the County.

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ketball action, against the
Jefferson Lady Tigers.

ed for ten points, grabbed
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ECB Publishing Photo by Emerald Greene, January 25, 2011
Abigail Vasquez takes the ball down the court for
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the Lady Tigers.


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SPORTS





JES Hosts First Banquet And Award Ceremony


FRAN HUNT
ECB Publishing
Staff Writer
For the first time
ever, Jefferson
Elementary School
(JES) had the first tack-
le football team, the
Mighty Bees and cheer-
leading squad repre-
senting the school and
recently hosted a ban-
quet and awards cere-
mony for the children.
The event was con-
ducted January 8 in the
JES cafeteria. The pro-
gram began with JES
Site Coordinator
Shirley Washington
welcoming the packed
room of children, fami-
ly, friends and fans. JES
Assistant Site
Coordinator Amaris
Mock told the occasion
of the event and a solo
entitled, "Greatest Love
Of All" was performed
by Juliec Reddick of
the TCC 21st CCLC
Staff.
TCC 21st CCLC
Project Manager Roger
Milton introduced
guest speaker James A.
Shanks Middle Site
Coordinator Tyrone
Smith. Following
Smith's words,
Sweetfield Missionary
Baptist Church of
Monticello Reverend
Ben Ransom offered a
blessing over the meal
and attendees enjoyed a
delicious atd hearty
meal.
Following the meal
Mighty Bees Assistant
Coach Steve Keith
played .a slide show
presentation highlight-
ing the positive season
of the youngsters.
Executive Director
of CIS in Gadsden
LaTrenda Goldwire
then offered a tribute to
the members of the
cheerleading squad and


each of the girls was
presented with a rose.
Cheerleading
Coach Sharico Parrish
then awarded each of
the cheerleaders with a
trophy of participation
and she named the win-
ners of special awards.
The Coach's Award was
presented to Team
Captain Aniyah
Thompson and Team
Co-Captain Jalecia
Williams.
The Most Improved
Award was given to
Elizabeth Crego.
The Most Spirited
Award was presented to
Amarkeyaunna
McIntyre.
The Best Form
Award was awarded to
Camilla Graham.
The Fundraiser
Award was given to
Aliyah Martin.
The Sportsmanship
Award was presented to
Yalhanna Howard.
During the presen-
tation a Special
Recognition Award
plaque was awarded to
team volunteer Gloria
Keith, which read;
"Special recognition
Award to Gloria Keith
for her outstanding
commitment to Jefferson
Elementary School from
Cheerleading Coach
Sharico Parrish."
Members of the
cheerleading squad, 32
young girls ranging
from grades third,
fourth and fifth includ-
ed: Amarkeyaunna
McIntyre, Heather
Crego, Jade Wood,
Yalhanna Howard,
Aniyah Thompson,
Carrilla Graham, Sara
McElveen, Amiah
Byrd, Tykeria Howard,
Shontay Johnson, Naya
Thompson,. Aliyah
Martin, Malia Burch,
Elizabeth Crego, Amiah
Keaton, Yu'Nijha


Cooper, Taylor
Mitchell, Arrianna
Jones, Tanesea Jones,
Brianna Nealy, Raelyn
Little, Asyria Shuler,
Kaylin Bronson,
Jakayla Meeks,
Kamesha Adams,
Ytossie Pritchett,
Laniya Footman, Jakell
Williams, Jamiya
Steen, Kristina Locke,
Kanisha Wade and
Jaquisha Thompkins.
Stewart Street
Elementary Site
Coordinator Dorothy
Thomas offered a trib-
ute to the football team.
Assistant Coach
Eddie Thompson then
gave game highlights.
The team has come
along way, wrapping up
the season 6-2 and they
worked through the
league play-off week
and emerged as cham-
pions of the league. At
the beginning of the
season most of the
youngsters didn't know
how to catch a football,
much-less play the
game
Recapping the sea-
son, in their first game
October 4, 2010. The
Mighty Bees stung the
Vikings for a 21-0 victo-
ry. In the second game,
October 11, the Bees
buzzed the Steelers for
a 13-12 win in overtime.
On October 18, the Bees
swarmed the Ravens for
a 14-6 win. Starting to
gain confidence, the
next game they played
the Co and won that
game 20-12. With a 4-0
record, the coaches
were sure that the team
would have a winning
season. On Oct. 25, the
Bees played the Falcons
and won 26-12. On Nov.
1 the Bees suffered
their first loss, 14-0 to
the Cowboys. They lost
again the following
Saturday to the Bengals


13-7. This closed out the
regular season and set
up the teams for a sin-
gle elimination tourna-
ment to start on
November 15.
Prior to the tourna-
ment, on November 12
the Bees hosted an exhi-
bition game with
Thomasville. The game
was hard fought, both
teams, hungry for a
win. With only nine sec-
onds on the clock,
Thomasville scored the
touchdown that tied the
game 12 to 12.
For the November
15 game, the Bees drew
as their opponents, the
Ravens. Again they
defeated the Ravens 34-
13 to advance to the
next round. There they
played the Cowboys
that they had lost to
earlier in the year. It
was a very hard fought
defensive game, with
neither team able to
score and again went
into overtime. The
.great defense of the
Bees continued as they
caused the Bengals to
lose 25 yards on the
four downs. They need-
ed to gain one yard to
advance to the
Championship game.
The Cowboys gained
eight yards on the first
play to advance and end
with a great hard
fought victory.
For the champi-
onship game the Bees
played against the
'Bengals. The Bengals
were undefeated and
had beaten the Bees
earlier 13-7. This was a
hard fought defensive
game and came down to
the last series of plays.
With the Bees leading
13-12 and the clock run-
ning out, the Bengals
were driving for the
winning score. The
Bees stopped the


Bengals on the one-yard
line as the clock ran out
to preserve the victory
for the Bees.
Head Football
Coach Rodell Thomas
presented each player
with a trophy of partic-
ipation and he named
the winners of the spe-
cial awards.
Winners of the
Coaches Award includ-
ed Anthony
Thompkins, Davion
Brockman, Justin
Crumity, Jacari Dean
and Lorenzo Geathers.
The Mighty Bee.
Award went to Kevin
Shuler.
The Allen Spirit
Award went to
Jayshawn Francis.
The Best
Sportsmanship Award
went to Rickey Murray.
The Best GPA
Award was presented to
Christian Steen.
There are 23 team
members of the Mighty
Bees consisting of
third, fourth and fifth
graders. They include:
Anthony Thompkins
(10), Davion Brockman


(16), Kevin Shuler (14),
Justin Crumity (24),
Jacari Dean (98),
Jayshawn Francis (18),
Christian Steen (54),
Lorenzo Geathers (55),
Trey .Brown (21),
Kalvontay Huggins (82),
Javion Patrick (27),
Pedro Contreras (25),
Danzell Crumitie (15),
Alic Troutman (65),
Lazarus Tucker (75),
Anthony, Seaton (30),
Zavion Wiggins (26),
Lonnie Williams (38),
Jaylan Robinson (44),
Jayden Burns (58),
Lance Footman (60) and
Rickey Murray (12)..
Jefferson County
Middle High School
Site Coordinator
Sandra Saunders made
acknowledgments fol-
lowed by remarks from
Superintendent of
Schools Bill Brumfield
and Director of
Program Services for
CIS of Florida Matt
McKibbin.
The program cOn-
cluded with JES
Principal Valorie
Thompson offering the
final remarks.


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CHURCH


9472 South Jefferson Highway, Capps
U.S.19 @Highway 27
850-997-1066, 850-345-8623
revcharlesgsmith@aol.com
Pastor /Teacher Charles G. Smith, Sr.
Sunday School........................9:45 AM
Sunday Morning Worship..........11:oo AM
2nd Sunday Youth........................11:oo AM
4th Sunday Service........................8:00 PM
Tuesday Prayer Meeting
and Bible Study..............................7:00 PM

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325 W. Walnut Street Monticello
Pastor Wayne Cook 997-5545
Sunday Praise & Worship...........8:30 AM
Sunday School.............................9:45 AM
Traditional Worship.................11:oo AM
Youth Group...............................5:30 PM
Wednesday
Bible Study................................... 4:15 PM
Music Academy...........................5:00 PM
Prayer Group Meeting.................5:15 PM



14492 auleena nwy r.U. -ox 411
Wacissa 997-2179 or 997-1769
Pastor James Gamble
Sunday School............................9:45 AM
Sunday Morning.........................10:55 AM
Sunday Bible Study.....................6:30 PM
Wednesday
Prayer Meeting.......................... 6:30 PM
"Youth Group..............................6:00 PM
Choir Practice.......... ............7:30 PM
CAPTALHEIG HTS.
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7150 Apalachee Pkwy Tallahassee
www.chbaptistchurch.org
Pastor Derrick Burrus 850-345-0425
Youth Pastor Ron Thrash 850-459-6490
Sunday School...........................10:0o AM
Sunday Worship.......................11:oo AM
Children's Chapel.....................11:oo AM
Sunday Evening..........................6:00 PM
Wednesday Evening....................7:00 PM
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study
Classes for Students


US 19 N 1590 N. Jefferson Street
Rev. Timothy Hildreth 997-3906
1285 Magnolia Ave.
Debra@monticellonaz@gmail.com

Sunday School.................................9:45 AM
Morning Worship........................10:45 AM
Wednesday Evening
Supper...................................................5:3 PM
Small Group Breakout...................6:30 PM
Bible Study & Prayer Meeting............6:30 PM
Saturday
Spanish Church Services....................7:30 PM



4124 Bassett Dairy Rd Monticello 997-8444
Email: ebcmonticello@hcsmail.com
Dr Dean Spivey, Pastor
Student Pastor, Don Self
Sunday Worship Service..............8:30 AM
Sunday: Bible Study....................:45 AM
Worship Service........................11:oo AM
Choir Practice.............................6:oo PM
W orship Service............................7:00 PM
Wednesday
Children/Student Ministry...........3:30 PM
Senior Adult Choir Practice...........7:oo PM
RA's, GA's, Mission Friends & Youth.6:oo PM
Bible Study/Prayer Meeting...........6:oo PM


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425 North Cherry Street Monticello 997-4116
www.ChristChurchMonticello.com
Rev. Buzz Yarborough
Communicating the Good News of Jesus Christ since 1840
Sunday 9:oo AM............Adult and Children Sunday School
10:oo AM ................................ Holy Eucharist
Nursery provided for children under 5



124 St. Louis Street Lloyd 997-5309
www.fbclloyd.com
Pastor George L. Smith
Sunday 4
Sunday School..............................9:15 AM
Praise & Worship....................10:30 AM
Youth & College...........................5:30 PM
Praise & Worship........................6:00 PM
Adult Choir................................7:00 PM
Wednesday
W orship........................................7:00 PM
1st & 3rd Monday
Ladies Bible Study........................6:30 PM
2nd Thursday
W .W Diners.................................. 5:30 PM
2nd Thursday
Lloyd Silver Saints......................11:oo AM
3rd Saturday
Brotherhood..............................8: AM


Rev. Daryll Stanley
Minister of Music
First Baptist Church
Monticello
Chapter 12 in the
book of Isaiah is
referred to as "Songs of
Praise." The passage is
easy reading and cer-
tainly reminds us that
we should praise the
Lord all of the time.
Notice what is written
in verse 1: "I will praise
you, 0 Lord." Verse 2
states, "Surely God is
my salvation; I will
trust and not be afraid.
The Lord, is my
strength and my song;


he has become my sal-
vation." In verse 4, we
read, "Give thanks to
the Lord, call on his
name; make known
among the nations what
he has done, and pro-
claim that his name is
exalted." Verse 5: "Sing
to the Lord, for he has
done glorious things; let
this be known to all the
world." If we intend to
obey the word of the
Lord, we should be busy
praising His name all of
the time and every-
where we go; otherwise,
how will we ever "let
this be known to all the
world"?
From time to time
during worship servic-
es; we sing the song,
"Awesome God." You
recall the words..." Our
God is an awesome God;
He reigns from heaven
above with wisdom,
power, and love. Our
God is an awesome
God." There is no God
like our God.
Remember King David's
words, "How great you
are, O Sovereign Lord!


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FEBRUARY 5
ForRealville is held at
Restored G,...lGory
Christian Center at '6
p.m. on Saturdays. This
forum-style service is
designed for teens, and
offers bible-based solu-
tions. For more infor-
mation contact. Pastor
Eddie Yon at 850-997-
RGCC or
www.restoredglory.org
or visit the church in
the Winn Dixie
Shopping Plaza.
FEBRUARY 11-12


The Art Of Marriage
Seminar hosted by
Faith .Radio, Live the
Life Ministries of
Tallahassee and broad-
caster FamilyLife will
begin at 7 p.m. on
Friday and continue
through Saturday at 4
p.m. Register online at
www.faithradio.us or
call 850-201-1070 or 1-877-.
801-1070.
FEBRUARY 16
EaglesWings Food
Pantry Outreach
Ministry will be open


Church of our Lord Jesus Christ, Inc
63 Tinnel Road
Monticello, FL. 32344
850-997-0399
District Elder Tony Lane, Pastor.
Services:
Sunday
Bible School....................................................... :45 AM
Morning Worship..................................................... 1:ooAM
Monday
Missionary Wings of Prayer......................................5:00 PM
Wednesday
Noonday Prayer....................................................12:00 PM
Mid-Week Church Fasting Day
First Wednesday
Praise and Worship............................................... 7:30 PM
Second and Third Wednesday
Prayer .......................................... ....................... 7:00 PM
Bible Class.................................................................7:30 PM
Fourth Wednesday
Business M eeting................................................ 7:30 PM
1st, 3rd, 5th Saturday
Prayer...................................................... ........ 9:ooAM
Everyday
Morning Prayer....................................6:00AM
(from home with deacon wives)


780 Second Street Monticello 997-4947
Moderator J.B. Duval, Pastor
Worship Services 2nd and 4th Sundays
Sunday School (every Sunday)....9:3o AM
Sunday Worship.........................11:00oo AM
Children's Worship.....................11:00oo AM
Wednesday
Fellowship Meal..........................6:30 PM
Prayer Meeting/Bible Study.......7:oo PM



1565 East Washington Street
Monticello 973-2428
(One mile east of the Court House on US 90)
Fr. Viet Tan Huynh
Sunday Mass...............................11:oo AM
Wed. followed by Novena............7:00 PM
1st & 3rd Saturday
Spanish Mass................... .......7:00 PM


There is no one like
you, and there is no God
but you..." (2 Samuel
7:22) Let us then be obe-
dient to the commands.
of God: In the Isaiah
passage, verse 5, we are
told to "sing to the Lord,
for he has done glorious
things; let this be
known to all the world."
The prophet Isaiah was
instructed to record
much instruction to
God's people (Israel).
Let us be obedient to
what the Lord requires:
our devotion, our grati-
tude, our lives, our all.
Of course, the alterna-
tive is also recorded in
Isaiah's writings as well
as many other books of
the Bible. The doom of
those who rebel and
reject God is stated over
and over in God's word;
one reading the book of
Isaiah will find this to
be true. In fact, read the
last chapter (66), and
the last verses. Verses
23, 24: "From one New
Moon to another and
from one Sabbath to
another, all mankind


will come and bow
down before me," says
the Lord. "And they will
go out and look upon
the dead bodies of those
who rebelled against
me; their worm will not
die, nor will their fire
be quenched, and they
will be loathsome to all
mankind." God lets us
choose. Let us choose to
obey His commands,
and "sing to the Lord....
and let this be known in
all the world."
Praise Him for the
faithful members of the
Sunday School who
were present on Sunday
This is an important
time for all Christians.
We need to study the
word of God, so that we
will learn His ways and
grow in His likeness.
Please join us for
Sunday School. Thanks
to all of the VFM's
(Very Fine Musicians)
who were present and
leading in the services.
The great name of the
Lord 'was exalted in
everything that was
done.


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for donations from 9
a.m. to 12 p.m. on the
first ..., and third,
Wednesday of the
month at First
Presbyterian Church in
the fellowship hall.
Food items will be dis-
tributed once a month;
the amount will be on a
per person/family,
based on a family of
four and adjusted to the
family size. To signup
for this ministry, or for
a list of items needed to
keep the pantry
stocked, or to become
involved with this min-
istry contact John. W.
Schuler at 850-228-8828,
or 850-997-2252, or email
to eagleswingsmonticel-
lo@yahoo.com Send
monetary donations to:
PO Box 513, 290 East
Dogwood Street,
Monticello, FL 32345.
Serving the
Monticello/Jefferson
County communities
because "Hunger Never


Takes a Vacation:"
FEBRUARY 25-26
USDA Commodities
Food Program and
Second Harvest Food
Bank have joined with
New Bethel AME,
Elizabeth MB, Hickory
Hill MB, Mt Pleasant
AME and Philadelphia
MB churches to pro-
vide food to anyone
needing assistance
including the needy,
infants and the elderly
This is done monthly
with distribution from
9 to 10 a.m. usually on
the fourth Saturday at
the New Bethel AME
Church located at 6496
Ashville Highway.
Volunteers are also
welcome to come on
Friday evening at 6:30
p.m. to help bag the
food packages. Contact
Nellie Randall at 850-
997-5605 or 850-997-6929
to volunteer or for
more information
about the program.


7369 Boston Hwy.
850-997-1596

Sunday Bible Study..........................10:oo AM
Sunday W orship.................................11:oo AM
Sunday Evening........................... .... 6:00 PM
Wednesday
Bible & Prayer Meeting....................... 7:00 PM



325 West Washington Street
Monticello 997-2349
Dr. Rick Kelley, Pastor
Sunday School..........................:45 AM
Sunday Morning Worship.........11:oo AM
Sunday Evening Worship...........6:oo PM
Wednesday Bible Study..............6:30 PM
Children's Church Ages 4-6....11:30 AM
-Nursery for all services-



625 Tindell Road Aucilla 997-2081
P.O. Box 163 Monticello .
Pastor Daryl Adams 850-251-0129
Sunday School..........................9:45 AM
Sunday Worship Service............11:oo AM
Choir Practice..............................5:00 PM
Worship Service..........................6:00 PM
Wednesday
Fellowship Meal..........................6:30 PM
Prayer Meeting/Bible Study........7:00 PM


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CHURCH


Monticello News 9A


aloLo


We had a wonderful
Christmas and New
Year celebration with
our sons and their
wives, Kim's folks, and
her sister's family That
is what the holiday sea-
son is all about. We were
so thankful to all be to-
gether, as that is no easy
task these days! Even
with all of the rain in
southern California, we
were able to do many
fun activities... includ-
ing Disney Land! Anne
really liked that, well so
did the rest of us!


We all sit down and
make New Years resolu-
tions and one we made
is trying to learn a new
habit of saying "I trust
You, Jesus" in response
to whatever happens to
us. We want to remem-
ber to refresh ourselves
in claiming the peace of
His presence, especially
when we carry out our
daily responsibilities.
We want to see God in
every, situation, ac-
knowledging He con-
trols this universe. Pray
that we see any adver-


sity in our lives as cir-
cumstances for growth
and trust. "Here on earth
you will have many tri-
als and sorrows. But
take heart, because I
have overcome the
world." John 16:33
Shortly after we
talked about this, Rick
had his appointment
with the pain doctor for
his back. It was all set
up for him to have corti-
sone shots and then to
burn the nerves in that
region of his back. Well,
' he came home saddened


by the news that the in-
surance no longer pays
for this process. We
don't understand "why,"
but we know God is in
control. We are pursu-
ing physical therapy
and he has some
pain/anti-inflammatory
meds.
PRAYER AND PRAISE:
1. For Ricks back
and that he will get
some relief.
2. Anne's appoint-
ment for her Civics test
and interview finally
came... it is set for Feb.


7. This is much later
than they wanted, but
we know God is in con-
trol. Pray as she pre-
pares for this.
3. For us as we are
finishing seeing sup-
porters and churches
before we return to
Brazil in mid February.
4. For Rick's dad as
he tries to keep every-
thing going in our ab-
sence. The water level is
still down and our well
on the property has to
be manually turned off
and on for short periods


of time.
We love and appre-
ciate each of you. Rick
and Kim can be con-
tacted at
Kim32461@yahoo.com
or 1-336-553-7397. Anne
and Greg Parker can be
contacted at
GAparkerup-
date@gmail.com
Evangelism and dis-
cipleship is their min-
istry. They need
sponsors for the villages
in their ministry Reach-
ing the Amazon with
the Gospel of Christ.


National Week Of Prayer


DEBBIE SNAPP
ECB Publishing
Staff Writer
National Black
HIV/AIDS Awareness
Day (NBHAAD) begins
on February 7. County
health departments are
asking that each of
their agency partners,
as well as their commu-
nity and faith based
contacts, especially
highlight Monday and
promote awareness by
wearing red/black, hav-
ing HIV/AIDS table dis-


plays, create a message
on your bulletin
boards, church an-
nouncements, pins,
host an event or any
other creative means to
promote awareness and
testing.
If you are sponsor-
ing/hosting an event,
post it on the Bureau's
web site at
www.WeMaketheChang
e.com for participation
and coverage.
National Week of
Prayer is March 6 to 12,


Economy

By Patricia Harvey
The word economy is a
word we hide behind and
try to blame on someone
else. When we, yes I say ,
we, you and me have
wasted our time and our
resources. The economy
has nothing to do with
how each of us spends our
money when it's in our hands. We are responsible for
the money that comes into our homes. Nobody but
nobody is responsible for our resources... because we
are all blessed. Though most of us are so ungrateful
until we don't recognize how blessed we are.
I think from my head but I live from my heart.
Real love is shown, hate is taught.



wy 27 South* (1 mile south o. Hwy 59)
Monticello 997-4226
Rev. J. W. Tisdale
Sunday Morning......................9:30 AM
Sunday Worship......................11:00oo AM
Wednesday
Prayer & Bible.............................. 7:00 PM


13 Barrington Road Monticello 850-997-8747
Rev. James Mack, Pastor
Sunday School..................(Every Sunday)...9:45 AM
Morning Worship...........(1st & 3rd Sundays)i:oo AM
Bible Study/Prayer Meeting- ....................................
(Thursday before 1st & 3rd sunday)............. 7:30 PM.


290 East Dogwood Street Monticello 850-997-2252
Rev. Sharon Schuler, Pastor
Sunday School.............................................9:45 AM
Sunday Worship(except last Sunday of month)..11:00 AM
SonShine Worship(last Sunday of month).........9:00 AM
Ladies Pilates Class-Tues. & Thurs..........3:30-5:00 PM
Sept. April:
Adult Bible Study-Wednesday.................6:30-7:30 PM
Men's Breakfast.................8:00 a.m. on 2nd Saturday


and the same is being
asked during this time
also. Pray for the heal-
ing of HIV/AIDS.
Churches can partici-
pate individually or
through community
circuits. This effort
does not exclude any
churches. Everyone is
invited and encouraged
to participate. This was
formerly the Black
Church Week of Prayer
and has been renamed
the National Week of
Prayer for the Healing


of HIV/AIDS, an effort
under the Balm of
Gilead.
Thanks in advance
to all who have already
those committed and to
those hosting an event.
Continue to share the
message abroad to pro-
mote awareness on
these two National
Awareness Events.
For more informa-
tion and ideas go to
Deveda_Bellamy@doh.s
tate.fl.us or call 850-606-
8268 or 850-210-9213.


415 E Palmer Mill Rd Monticello 997-1119
newhope415@yahoo
Pastors Ray and Angel Hill
Sunday School........................10:oo AM
Sunday Worship.........................11:oo AM
Sunday Prayer...........................6:00 PM'
Wed. Family Training Hour........7:00 PM




5593 Veterans Memorial Drive (Hwy 59)
Tallahassee .-850-893-5296
www.indianspringsbaptistchurch.com
Rev. Greg Roberts
Sunday School.................................9:45 AM
Sunday Worship.......................11:oo AM
Children's Worship.....................11:00 AM
Wednesday
Fellowship Meal...........................7:00 PM
Prayer Meeting.............................7:45 PM



4543 Waukeenah Hwy Monticello -850-264-0802
Pastor Stephen Lenzo

Sunday School............................................9:45 AM
Sunday W orship........................................11:00 AM
Nursery Provided
Tues Bible Study............................ .......... 6:30PM
www.sardis.his-body.com
email-lenzos@his-body.com


1599 Springhollow Road Monticello 212-7669
Pastor Marvin Graham
Sunday Discipleship Class....................:30 AM
Sunday Worship................................10:30 AM
Healing Service
Every 2nd & 4th Sunday........................6:00 PM
Wednesday Bible Study.............................7:00 PM
Wed. Young People Bible Study.............7:oo PM
Wed. Counseling.....................5:30 PM-8:30 PM
New Life Ministry
Tuesday Bible Study..............................7:00 PM
Sunday Worship.....................2:00 PM-4:oo PM
Thurs. Jail Ministry...............7:00 PM-9:oo PM
AA Tuesday.............................................8:00 PM


285 Magnolia St Monticello 997-2165
www.cbcflorida.org
Dr. David E. Walker, Pastor
Sunday School.............................:45 AM
_. Sunday-Marmig-,...:............... 11:OQ AM -
Sunday Evening...........................6:30 PM
Wednesday Evening....................7:00 PM
Wed. TRAC Club for teens...........7:00 PM



3862 Tram Rd. Monticello 997-6774
Pastors Donnie and Nancy Thomas
Sunday School.....................o.....:oo AM
Sunday Morning Worship.........11:oo AM
Sunday Evening Worship...........6:oo PM
Wednesday Worship.................7:00 PM



Highway 259 Monticello'* 997-5018
Min. Tobbie Berrian III, Pastor
Sunday School............................:30 AM
Sunday Morning Worship..........11:oo AM
Wednesday Bible Study................7:30 PM



1206 Springfield Road Lloyd 997-TLC7 (8527)
Pastors Tim and Beverly Buchholtz
www.TransformingLifeChurch.com

Sunday.............................................. 10:30 AM
Sunday Morning Praise and Worship
Children's Church
Infants & Toddler Nursery
W ednesday..................... ............7: PM
Praise & Worship
Adult & Teen Bible Study
Young Explorers (K-5th Grade)

C HRIANCN TER k

1287 South Jefferson Street 997-RGCC (7422)
www.restoredglory.org
Pastor Eddie and Elder Veronica Yon
Sunday Church Service.............10:oo AM
Thursday Church Service............7:oo PM
Monday & Friday
Women's Fellowship/ Fitness- 6:30 PM-7:30 PM
Tuesday Night Tae Bo...............6:30 PM-7:30 PM
Wednesday with Pastor........10:oo AM 2:00 PM
Saturday For Realville for teens- 6:00 PM 8:oo PM


81 Methodist Church Rd Waukeenah 997-2171
www.waukeenah-umc.org
Pastor Ralph L. Wrightstone
Sunday School........................9:45 AM
Sunday Worship.......................11:oo AM
Youth Group.................................7:00 PM
Tuesday
Overeaters Anonymous ...........7:00 PM
Wednesday
Choir Practice...............................7:00 PM
Youth Group..................................7:00 PM
Family Fellowship
2nd Thursday of each month
Thrift Store open every Saturday,
8:00 AM-12:oo PM
Every Monday AA Meets............7:00 PM


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Fri. 12 to 5
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FOR SALE
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264-4665 or 997-3318.
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1400 N. Jefferson Monticello.
For elderly 62+ and disabled.
(Equal Housing Opportunity)
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piles and field plots. Contact
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dustrial


Property with state highway
frontage. Corner lots. Fronts
both Harvey Greene Dr. &
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Zone Natural gas line, 8 inch
water main, access to city utili-
ties, fire hydrant, and service
from two power compaines.
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'suit tenant or short or long term
lease. Call Tommy Greene 850-
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VANGIE'S BEAUTY SHOP-
NOW OPEN on Hwy, 27. between
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1/7,tfn,c.


TEACHER- Joann Bridges Academy in Greenville, FL is looking for
an Exceptional Student Education Teacher (ESE). The candidate has
to be certified by the FL State Board of Education.
Applicant will have to successfully pass a background screen-
ing. Please fax your resume to the attention of Renee Johnson, Lead


Teacher (850) 948-4227 or call
(850) 948-4220 for more informa-
tion.
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Opportunity to learn documenta-
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for the Activity Department
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Apply in person at Madison
Nursing Center
Peggy Powers, RN, DON
Mattie Hackle, Act. Dir.
1/28-2/9,c.
MONTICELLO CHRISTIAN
ACADEMY has an immediate
opening for a Middle/High
School teacher. Faculty candi-
dates must possess the following:
A personal relationship with
Jesus Christ, can keep a well-
ordered classroom, positive atti-
tude, capable of supporting, and
enforcing the policies and proce-
dures of MCA, professional
appearance, and teachable spirit.
For more information please
contact the school office at 997-
6048.
2/2,4,c.


REGISTERED NURSE
MANAGER PATIENT CARE SERVICES
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Full- time position responsible
for oversight of clinical
operations and office management. Competitive
compensation and excellent benefits.
CONTACT: Nurse Recruiter 229-227-5048 or email
RTaylor@archbold.org
www.archbold.org
Affiliated with John D. Archbold
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LEGALS


NOTICE OF PPLIC-TION FOR T\X DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Gene Barfield the holder
of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax
deed The certificate number and year of issuance, the descrip-
lion ol the property, and the names in which it was assessed are
*, follow 0


Certificite 143


Year of Issuance 2006


De.cnpion of Property: 04-1N-3E-0000-0073-0000 1.00Acre
InN 1/2 of NE 1/4 of SE 1/4
ORB 553 P424

Name in r which assessed: Jeanette Jones

All. -I said property being in the County of Jefferson, State of
Fiondj This property may be subject to current year taxes.
Linle'- such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the
propertN described in such certificate will be sold to the highest
bidder it the Jefferson County Courthouse, north door on the 9th
d. a. of March, 2011, at 11:00 AM.

Dated rthi 18th day of January, 2011.
Kirk B. Reams, Clerk of Court, Jefferson County, Florida.

2/2,9,16,23/11, c,


ACCORDING TO FLORIDA SELF STORAGE
FACILITY ACT STATUTES
(SECTION 83.801-83.809i

.Green Acres. Mini Storage here\ Nouifie' Latowa Cjampbell
she is in dejfult of her signed contract. If she doe- not pa\ her
. rent in lull on or before Februar\ 25. 2 III all of the items in
her .qorjge unit ill be disposed ol.

1/26.2/'2/1 I.e.



IN THE CIRCL IT COiRT, IN XND FOR
JEFFERSON COUNTY, FLORIDA

IN RE: THE ESTATE OF PROBATE DIVISION

DAVID FOLTZ JONES Court Case No.: 2010-CP-000060

Deceased.

NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
& NOTICE TO CREDITORS

TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PER-
SONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE:

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the administration
of the estate of DAVID FOLTZ JONES, deceased, Court Case
No. 2010-CP-000060, is pending in the Circuit Court for Jeffer-
son County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is
Probate Division, Jefferson County Courthouse, 1 Courthouse
Circle, Monticello, FL 32344. The personal representative of
the estate is C. Randall Daniels-Sakim, whose address is set forth
below. The name and address of the personal representative's
attorney is set forth below.
All persons having claims against this estate who are served
with a copy of this notice are required to file with this court such
claim within the later of three months after the date of the first
publication of this notice or 30 days after the date of service of
a copy of this notice on that person.
Persons having claims against the estate who are not known
to the personal representative and whose names or addresses are
not reasonably ascertainable, must file all claims against the es-
tate within three (3) months after the date of the first publication
of this notice.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.

The date of first publication of this notice is January 26, 2011.



C. Randall. Daniels-Sakim
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of David Foltz Jones, Deceased.
741 West St. Augustine
Tallahassee, FL 32304
1/26,2/2,1 1c.

SRWMD Governing Board Meeting

On Tuesday, February 8, 2011, the Suwannee River W.ier Mn.n-
agement District's Governing Board will meeting at 9:00 ia i ai
District Headquarters, 9225 CR 49, Live Oak, Florida 32ib11i
The meeting is to consider District business and conduct public
hearings on regulatory and land acquisition matters. A kork hop
will follow the Governing Board meeting.
On Monday, February 21, 2011 1:00 p.m., a Gouerning
Board teleconference meeting will be held at District Headquar-
ters in Live Oak, Florida.
All meetings, workshops, and hearings are open to the pub-
lic.
2/2, I.ec


PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENT

The Apalachee Regional Planning Council announced a
public meeting to which all persons are invited. The Jeffer'on
SCounty Transportation Disadvantaged Coordinating Board 's ll
meet on Thursday, February 10, 2011, at 10:00 am Eastern Time.
at the Jefferson County Health Department Annex, 1175 H\est
SWashington Street, Monticello, Florida. In addition to its reguhlr
business, the agenda will include adoption of board b la.t.
adoption of complaint and grievance procedures, organizaronall
functions and the annual public heJ.rmig
A time for public comments will be afforded to anyone \i Ihi ng
to address the board.
For additional information, or if you require special acciinlm-
modations at the meeting because of a disability or physical i m-
pairment, contact Vanita Anderson at the Apalachee Region:l"
Planning Council, 20776 Central Avenue East, Suite I.
Blountstown, Florida 32424 at least three working days pno:r to
the meeting date.


IN THE CIRCUIT COLiRT FOR lEFFERS(ON COUNT
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE. ESTATE OF

File No.
NlMAGGIE LEE ROSS KASCHMITTER
,'k.'3 M.AGCIE LEE ROSS
Decea ed

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The .administration of the estate of MAGGIE LEE ROSS
K XSCHMNITTER a/k/a MAGGIE LEE ROSS, deceased, whose
date otl delh was May 19, 2010, and whose social security num-
her i 2h3- \-XXX, is pending in the Circuit Court for Jeffer-
,un Couni,. Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is
(-ne Courthoiise Circle, Monticello, Florida 32344. The names
ind .ddre-.c of the personal representative and the personal
representaijte's attorney are set forth below.
ll creditors of the decedent and other persons having
claim, ..rr demands against decedent's estate on whom a copy of
thi notice 1 required to be served must file their claims with
thi, o..run \ WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME COF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR
30i D Y S AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
\II o,-her creditors of the decedent and other persons having
clim, or demands against decedent's estate must file their
c larr mi '. ith this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
\LL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERI-
ODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS
B \RRED
The date of first publication of this notice is February 2,
2' 1 Il

A.\trne, for Personal Representative:
Personal Representative:

HAROL LD M KNOWLES DIANA ROSS WOOTEN
Kno,., Ie & Randolph, P.A. 1700 Joe Louis Street, Apt #71
FlorJda Bar Number: 174354 Tallahassee, Florida 32304
30i65 Hghlarnd Oaks Terrace
Tal!ahajee. Florida 32301
STeleph-.ne 50) 222-3768
Faj\ isi.1 561-0397
E-Maili. haroldk@knowlesadrarndolph.com
A.iorrne\ for Diana Ross Wooten
2/2,9/11,c.


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Pursoantto Section ~.075(7). Floria Statutes, notice is heteby gvanto the
rolsowing person(ls to show cause why they should not be disqualified as a
registered voter:


Rodney S. Damvi
2600 Bedford Way
TalahasPee, F 32344
And
Paul Richard Baldwin, Sr.
s380 WauPeenan Street
Monticello, Fl 32344
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Financial Project ID No. 413491-1-32-01

Public Information Meeting

Date: Thursday, February 17, 2011
Time: 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Place: Woodville Community Center, Live Oak Room
8000 Old Woodville Road, Tallahassee, FL 32305

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) will conduct a Public
Information Meeting on the proposed improvements to Natural Bridge Road
over a branch of the St. Marks River, in Leon County.

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preview the proposed design, ask questions, and/or submit comments
concerning the upcoming project. Department representatives will be
available to informally discuss the project and answer questions. The informal
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disability or family status.

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who require special
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who require translation
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www.ecbpublishing.com Wednesday, February 2, 2011






SCHOOL SPORTS


TIGERS WIN ONE OF THREE


FRAN HUNT
ECB Publishing
Staff Writer
The Jefferson
County varsity Tigers
won one of the past three
games on the hardwood
to now stand 3-15 on the
season.
Jefferson went in
against Maclay January
18 and the Tigers was
downed for a 43-28 loss.
Lenorris Footman
targeted for 11 points,
with three rebounds, two
assists and one steal.
Deandre Tucker net-
ted for four points, with
three rebounds, two
steals and two blocked
shots.
Alphonso Footman
snagged three rebounds
with one assist and one
steal.
Denzel Whitfield
netted for two points
with ten snagged re-


bounds, one assist and
two steals.
Marvin Seabrooks
scored three points and
had one assist.
Ramez Nealy scored
two points, had one as-
sist and one steal.
Ladarius Smiley
bucketed for six points,
with four rebounds, one
assist and two steals.
On January 20 the
Tigers squared off on
the hardwood against
Godby and Jefferson
was dropped for a 74-52
loss.
Tucker netted for
five points, grabbed
seven rebounds, one
steal and one blocked
shot.
Whitfield bucketed
for nine points with ten
rebounds and two
blocked shots.
Lenorris Footman
targeted for eight points,


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snagged eight rebounds
and six assists.
Alphonso Footman
scored two points, with
five rebounds and two as-
sists.
Nealy bucketed for
ten points, grabbed three
rebounds and had one
blocked shot.
Seabrooks targeted
for 12 points and had one
assist.
Smiley scored three
points, with one assist
and one steal.
Joseph Avent netted
for three points and
grabbed four rebounds.
The Tigers faced off
against the Madison
County Cowboys Janu-
ary 22 and Jefferson
came out on top of a 48-43
scoreboard.
Jacarri Johnson tar-
geted for 17 points,
snagged six rebounds,


with one assist, one steal
and one blocked shot.
Tucker netted for
four points, snagged nine
rebounds, one steal and
had one blocked shot.
Whitfield bucketed
for nine points, snagged
nine rebounds with one
assist and one blocked
shot.
Lenorris Footman
bucketed for seven
points, grabbed five re-
bounds, with two assists
and two steals.
Alphonso Footman
scored three points and
had three rebounds.
Nealy had four
points, four rebounds,
one steal and one blocked
shot.
Smiley scored four
points with four re-
bounds and one steal.
Seabrooks had one
assist.


FRAN HUNT
ECB Publishing
Staff Writer
Athletes at Aucilla
Christian Academy were
once again named Bing
Bend Leaders on the
hardwood last week.
In boys basketball
for rebounds Clark
Christy was in the num-
ber ten slot with a total
of 89 rebounds and an av-
erage of 6.4 rebounds
peer game.
Josh Funderburke
was tied at the number
ten slot with 90 rebounds
and an average of 6.4 re-
bounds per game.
In assists Corey
Burrs was in the number
seven slot with 31 assists
and an average of 3.3 as-
sists per game.
For steals Burrus


was in the number nine
slot with a total of 31
steals and an average of
2.2 steals per game.
In girls basketball for
scoring, Kaitlin Jackson
was in at number 14 with
a total of 210 points and
an average of 9.5 points
per game.
For rebounds Jack-
son was number seven
with a total of 162 re-
bounds and an average
of 8.5 rebounds per
game.
Jackson was in at
number two in assists
with a total of 120 an av-
erage of 5.5 assists per
game, just .10 assists off
of the number one slot.
Jackson was number
one in steals with a total
of 111 steals and an aver-
age 5.0 steals per game.


SIGN UP FOR YOGA, AEROBICS OR


PRIVATE
North Florida Com-
munity College's Com-
munity Education
department is offering
four new classes begin-
ning the last week of
January: Basic Yoga,
"Just Dance" low im-
pact aerobics, "Just
Dance" high impact aer-
obics, and Private Gui-
tar Lessons.
Basic Yoga begins.
January 26 with in-
structor Dottie Price.


GUITAR LESSONS AT NFCC


The six-week course
runs Jan. 26-March 2
with classes held each
Wednesday from 5:30-
6:30 p.m. in the Colin P.
Kelly Fitness and Well-
ness Center. Following
six-week sessions begin
March 16 and May 4.
Looking for an aero-
bic workout? Choose be-
tween a low/medium or
high impact "Just
Dance" class. The "Just
Dance" class is a fun
mix or aerobics and
urban dance workout
and will be held at
NFCC's Colin P Kelly
Fitness and Wellness
Center. The
low/medium impact
sessions will be held on
Monday and Wednes-
days from 6:30-7:30 p.m.,
Jan. 24-March 9, with in-
structor Talinda


Mitchell. The more in-
tense high impact ses-
sions will b,e held on
Tuesday and Thurs-
days from 6-7 p.m., Jan.
25-March 10, with in-
structor Chanta Brown.
New seven-week ses-
sions will begin the last
week of March.
Instructor Jay
Hicks is offering private
guitar lessons on Tues,
days or Thursdays at
NFCC's Career and
Technical Educatiori
Center. Students will re-
ceive a total of 14 one-
half hour lessons
between Jan. 25 through
May 5. Student must
have his/her own gui-
tar. Specific lesson
times will be scheduled
with the instructor.
Other upcoming
classes include an all


ages AED CPR class on
Monday, March 7 from 6-
10 p.m. and a Basic First
Aid class on Wednesday,
March 9 from 6-10 p.m.
For more infor-
mation and a complete
list of classes and
course fees, visit http://
www.nfcc.edu/commu-
nity-programs/commu-
nity-educationcontact.
NFCC Community Edu-
cation is also looking
for new instructors and
new course ideas. Con-
tact NFCC Community
Education Coordinator
Denise Bell at (850) 973-
9481 or email
belld@nfcc.edu for addi-
tional information.
Check out .the NFCC
Community Web Page
athttp:// www.nfcc.edu
/community-programs/
community-education.


School Supply Drive


DEBBIE SNAPP
ECB Publishing
Staff Writer
The School of Theatre at Florida
State is organizing a "School Supply
Drive "in association with our upcoming
production of the 25th Annual Putnam.
County Spelling Bee, from Feb. 11 to 20.
Everyone who attends the performance
is asked to bring new school supplies to
the theatre with them. There will be col-
lection boxes in the lobby Once the per-
formance has closed the school supplies
will be delivered to the Sharing TREE.
Do you know.a child in need of


school supplies? A relative, family
friend, or youngster in our commu-
nity? The School of Theatre at Florida
State is sponsoring a School Supply
Drive to benefit area students.
Bring your donations to a perform-
ance of the 25th Annual Putnam County
Spelling Bee, Feb. 11 to 20 at the Fallon
Theatre on FSU's campus. See the BEE.
Bring a school supply Support local ed-
ucation.
For more information contact
Marta Stout, associate marketing man-
ager, at 850-644-6488 or go to the-
atre.fsu.edu


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