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Seri,
:i ,.Midweek
Taylor C (,' f dwk
Since I Edition


August 3, 2005 Tree Capital of the South 2 Sections Our 44th Year, No. 31


News"


Forum


un power plant issue




County sets public hearing


2005
Thousands of Taylor County
students say good-bye to carefree
summer days and return to the task of
learning when school opens Monday,
Aug. 8, for the 2005-06 term.
For all the latest news on dress
codes, new teachers and bus
Schedules, see today's special "Back
- to School" edition.

Band rehearsals
continue at TCHS
Taylor County High School (TCHS)
Band Director Brett Wilson reminds
students of rehearsals planned this
week.
-"Students are to meet at Taylor
County Elementary School from 9
a.m. to 12 p.m.; following lunch,
students are to meet at the TCHS
band room for practice until 9 p.m."

NAACP meets
Sunday
Taylor County NAACP's monthly
membership meeting will be held
Snday,,Aug. 7, at 5 p.mThe meeting
will be held at Jerkins Community
Center. Charles August is, president.

Are you prepared
for a hurricane?
A Hurricane Preparedness program
will be held Wednesday, Aug. 10,
beginning at 11 a.m., at the Taylor
Senior Citizens Center.
Patsy Greene, of the Capital Area
American Red Cross Chapter, will
present the program, focusing on
senior citizens' needs.
Everyone is'invited to attend, and
seniors are especially urged to attend.
- The Taylor Senior Citizenp Center is,,
located in the old Gladys Morse
'Elementary School at 800 W. Ash St.
in Perry.

Leadership Council
plans meeting
Members of the Taylor County
Leadership Council will meet
Saturday, Aug. 6, at Jerkins
Community Center. The meeting will
t- ..
0ard announces
special hearing
The Taylor...County School Board
will hold '.a special meeting
Wednesday, Aug. 10, at noon. The
meeting will be held in the Alton H.
,Wentworth Administrative Complex..

Yard sale is
this Saturday
The AMVETS Post 20 Community
Yard Sale will continue this Saturday,
Aug. 6, from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Anyone
can reserve a space (with a six-foot
table) for a $5 donation. For more
information or to reserve a table, call
Mark Viola at 584-5513 or 584-8807
(after 5 p.m.).


Index

Living...page A-3
Sports...page A-4
Religion...page A-5
Community...page B-1
Editorial...page B-2
Classifieds...page B-3


The county commission will
hold a public hearing Thursday,
Sept. 15, about the possibility of a
proposed coal-fired power plant
coming'to Taylor County.
The hearing will be held at the
Taylor County Middle School
auditorium.
Rich Breer, director of the Taylor
County Development Authority
(TCDA), informed the county
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commission Monday that the
TCDA was willing to lead the
hearing process.
North Florida Power Project
(NFPP), run by a consortium
including Jacksonville Eleptric
Authority (JEA), Florida
Municipal Power Agency, Reedy
Creek Improvement District and
the City of Tallahassee, is currently
looking to site the $1.4 billion,


800-megawatt plant somewhere in
North Florida.
The consortium has agreed to be
represented at the hearing and
requested that the date be
scheduled during the second, or
third week of September to assure
their attendance, Breer said.
The project is seeking a 2,500 to
3,000 acre site in North Florida for
the plant, which is expected to


create up to 1,500 construction jobs
and some 150 full-time jobs when
it goes into operation in 2012.
Taylor County is one of three
potential sites the consortium is
reviewing, said Jon Eckenback,
JEA Vice President of Utility
Service Capacity.
,Diane Whitfield, a local resident
in attendance at Monday's meeting,
questioned the timing of the


Improving Taylor County
Representative Will Kendrick and Steve Larson of Senator Nancy Argenziano's office met with the Taylor County Commission
Friday to present two checks for state grants received this year by the county. One check, in the amount of $200,000, is for the
Taylor County Sports Complex. The second, for $150,000, will help pay for a playground and other improvements at Hodges
Park in Keaton Beach. Shown above during the presentation are: (from I to r) Commissioner Pat Patterson, Commission
Chairman Daryll Gunter, Representative Kendrick, Commissioner Jack Brown, Commissioner Malcolm Page and Larson.



Ga. man, 27, injured in shooting


A Georgia man is in Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital after being shot
during a fight late Saturday night at
the Infernal Club.
According to a report filed by
Perry Police Department Ptl. Brian
Curry, a call came in after midnight
regarding a shooting victim at
Doctors' Memorial Hospital. who


had been wounded in the right side identified the 27-year-old victim as


of his chest.
"In the emergency room." Curry
said, "I made contact with the two
black males who brought the
victim in."
Curry said one of the men told
him he did not know the victim or
who shot him. The other man


"his cousin." but also said he did
not see the shooter.
Several people soon. began
arriving at the hospital who had
been at the club during the
shooting, according to Curry's
report.
There were conflicting stories,


overcomes deficit


Deep cuts in overtime, coupled
with the deletion of a proposed
new maintenance position. helped
balance the City of Perry's
proposed budget for 2005-06.
Council members have grappled
with a projected $145.000 deficit
since budget talks began, charging
City Manager Bill Brynes with the
task of finding cost-saving
measures among the city's $7.12
million expenditures.
Brynes initial recommendation
called for marginal increases in
fees and millage rates; however,
the council rejected those options
and asked that he. instead, look at
ways to save through increased
efficiency among departments.
Brynes returned to the table with
budget amendments totaling some
$40,900 in cuts to overtime
allocations, promotional activities
and training. Included among those


were $1,000 set aside in the fire
department for educational
activities (the City Fire Clown
program at the schools) as well as a
reduction in requested overtime
hours for both the police and fire
departments.
"I've also taken out the sewer
position for the spray field, which
saves another $30.000, and
increased what we expect from
state revenue by $20,000. I'\e also
.learned that the school board has
added $5,000 to the amount they
plan to give us for football field, so
between all that, it eliminates
$95,900. I propose we use a little
more gas tax dollars 10 offset the
remaining shortfall," Brynes told
the council during a budget hearing
Thursday.
The council agreed to move
forward with this proposal, but also
asked Brynes to re-address


$750,000 in grants


awarded for sewer
Congressman Allen Boyd. a member of the House Appropriations
Committee, voted Friday in favor of the Department of Interior
Appropriations Conference Report (HR 2361), which included $750,000
to assist with the construction of a centralized wastewater system in small
communities within rural Taylor County.
The Suwannee River Water Management Disinct will receive the funds
for phase two of the project from the State and Tribal Assistance Grants
(STAG) for the elimination of septic systems, allowing for the extension of
"sewer lines into Dekle Beach, Dark Island and Fish Creek of Taylor
County. A centralized sewer system will alleviate the water quality
problems in Taylor County's coastal region, project supporters said.
"Failing septic systems, many of which do not meet current regulatory
standards, had become a serious health concern due to bacterial
contamination of coastal waters. Health advisories were posted at the
.. Please see page 2


trimming the number of vehicles
utilized by city department heads.
That measure drew comment
from employees, with Perry
.*. Please see page 2


but the common element
throughout all interviews was that
the victim had been in a fight, and
as soon as a couple of punches
were thrown, gunshots rang out
and the victim fell to the floor.
According to the report. the
bullet entered the victim's right
chest and "lodged into his muscle
beneath the right shoulder blade.'.
He was transported to
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital bt
DMH Emergency Medical
Services personnel Janie Sites
and Kelly Simmons, in
critical condition. "but stable
enough to transport."
Police are asking anyone with
information on the shooting to
please call PPD at 584-5121.


hearing in light of reports that JEA,
which is spearheading NFPP, is
hoping to have a site selected
within two months, perhaps as
early as August.
"The public hearing will be held
regardless of whether a site is
selected before then," Breer said.
According to the plan Breer
presented, the power consortium
would be provided time to make a
presentation, which would be:
followed by a question and answer
session.
"When the commission invites a
group, whether it's the military or a
power company, it elevates them to
a higher level," Whitfield said.
** Please see page 2


Shortfall


projected

for complex!

After negotiating with the
contractor, the Taylor County
Sports Complex is still short some-:
$200,000 for Phase 1 construction.
That's according to, County :.
Administrator Buddy Humphries,:-
who addressed the county
commission Monday night.
At the commissions June 21
meeting, Slone Associates was
selected as contractor for the
project with a bid of $1,367,488.
The commission,: uponi the
recommendation of County
Engineer Kenneth Dudkl~; and ih
tbid committee, did no approve a
specific amount for the contract'
because the bid amount exceeded
the available funds in the sports
complex account.
According figures Dudley
presented at that meeting, which
he labeled "for discussion
purposes only," available funds
were $1,158,582.
Previous contracts with Russell
Daniel for irrigation ($125,000)
and MUSCO and Progress Energy
for electrical and lighting
($165,250), as well as additional
costs for the inmate crew and
equipment, brought the total cost
for Phase 1 to $1,712,738.
With $57,750 of available grants
and donations, the project had a,.
deficit of $496,405.
Dudley then listed possible cost
saving measures and alternative
funding avenues which could
'- Please see page 2


Festival support
Progress Energy continues its support of Taylor County's signature event, the Florida Forest
Festival, with a $5,000 sponsorship for this year's Ironjack Timber Team lumberjack show.
Above, Progress Energy Community Relations Manager Larry Watson, far right, preseidts a
ceremonial check to festival board members Mark Viola, left, and Dawn Taylor. -For more on
'Ironman' of lumberjack shows, please see page B 1.








A-2 The Taco Times August 3, 2005


City, county

consolidation

committees

take shape

Two satellite committees
created at last week's joint meeting
between the city council and
county commission are beginning
to take form.
- The committees have been
tasked to examine and consider
various avenues of consolidating
---services between the city anti the
county. q
After the commission and
council discussed various
departments duplicated on both
levels, they decided to-concentrate
on the animal control and building
departments first.
The resulting committees will
consist of:
S--One county commission, one
.city council member.
S--One citizen appointed by the
county; one citizen appointed by
the city.
--One county employee; one
4ity'employee.
S--Two department managers, one
iach from the county and city.
k Council member Don Cook
volunteered to sit on the animal
*control board last week. At
Monday's commission meeting,
CCommissioner Malcolm Page
agreed to join him.
For building, Council member
Alphonso Dowdell volunteered, as
did Commission Clay Bethea, to
discuss possible consolidation
.avenues.
Also at Monday's meeting, the
commission gave County
:Administrator Buddy Humphries
,the task of choosing the 'county
Employees for each committee.
:Page and Bethea will choose the
county-appointed citizen for their
:respective committees. '
When asked Tuesday,
HHumphries said county employee
iBrianne Hoover had been chosen
:for the animal control committee.
No decision has been made yet on
the building committee.
City Manager Bill Brynes said
;Tuesday that no. appointments
have been made. A decision could
^mapde-'% f 'n'f l week'% city
'council meeting scheduled for
Tuesday, Aug. 9, at 6:30 p.min, he
Said.


City Council members vote


to 'hold line' on millage rate
By unanimous vote, the Perry millage rate set last year. which passed with all voting in
City Council will hold the line on By adopting the 2004-05 rate, favor.
its millage rate for 2005-06. the city should see an additional "Once you set the rate, you can
Set at 4.6675 mills, the tax is. $66,685 in tax revenue, always change it by going
expected to generate some "I vote we hold the current down...but you can't increase it,"
$900,000 in general revenue, millage rate," Councilman Don City. Manager Bill Brynes
The council had the option of Cook said. reminded the group.
raising the tax rate, adopting a Councilman Sylvester Harris The first public hearing on the
roll-back rate or keeping the offered a second for the motion, millage rate is set for Sept. 13.


Dr. Baker Park, located behind Marshall Health &
Rehabilitation Center, is one of three city parks facing
closure. The city is asking anyone interested in volunteering
to maintain the parks contact City Manager Bill Brynes at
584-7161.



Will city contribute to

community groups?


DEFICIT
Continued from page 1'
Police Department (PPD) Chief
Wayne Putnal reminding council
members ;that as soon as I leave
my house, I'm on the job."

Others asked what impact have
to use their personal vehicles for
city business would have on their
own liability insurance costs and
expressed concern over losing
access to city radio services.


Not mentioned during budget
talks were-the 2005-06 requests
from local civic and community:
groups. Last year, the city
contributed $112,000 to the
groups, which included the Taylor
County Development Autfority,
Refuge House, Taylor County
Historical Society, Boys & Girls
Club, Taylor County Leadership
Council and Taylor County Crime
Stoppers "U a "-'
On Tuesday, Brynes said he had
not been contacted by any of the
Groups who had submitted
proposals for the 2005-06 year
regarding the status their requests.
In March; the city voted to
remove organizational requests
from its proposed 2005-06 budget.
In the two-fold motion, it was
determined that groups would be.
funded out of "whatever budget
surplus was left after we've reached
a balanced operational budget."
'As of Tuesday, the budget under
consideration by the council did
reflect a marginal surplus of
$16,000.


Who will

keep park?

The fate of three city parks rests
in the hands of volunteers.
Early in July, the Perry City
Council proposed closing three
longtime parks--Folsom Park on
Center Street, Brince.Hendry Park
in the Colonial Homes
Subdivision and Dr. Baker Park
behind Marshall Health &
Rehabilitation Center--as a way to
free up maintenance hours in its
recreation department.
Last week, City Manager Bill
Brynes said that Marshall Health
had expressed an interest in
keeping Baker Park open by
assuming maintenance of the
facility.
"What I'd like to do is see if
some of the residents in Colonial
Homes would like to do the same
for Brince Hendry Park and if
anyone is interested in
maintaining Folsom Park. All
we're really talking about is taking
over mowing," Brynes said. '
Councilman Alphonso Dowdell
said he had received a number of
calls regarding the proposed
closure of the parks; Councilman
Don Cook said he had one call
relating to Folsom Park.
Anyone interested coordinating
efforts to maintain the parks may
contact Brynes at 584-7161.

Police will

be at schools
tA~ Police are reminding all citizens
that beginning-in July, a seatbelt
offense is eligible as a "primary
stop" for anyone under 18,
including the driver and passenger
of any vehicle.
"We will be giving out tickets for
those who are not wearing their
seatbelts," said Perry Police
Department Sgt. Dodd Franklin.
"Schodl will begin next week and
we want everyone to be
forewarned.
"There will be a lot of traffic'
near and around the schools ard we
urge everyone to aware of the
traffic laws. Above all, though, be
careful."


Gunter will moderate


PUBLIC HEARING
Continued from page 1
She then asked that an equal
amount of time be given to an
opposing viewpoint on the issue,
before questions are asked.
The commission and Breer
agreed to the request.
Commissioner Clay Bethea
made a motion to accept the plan
and the date for the hearing.
Commissioner Jack Brown
seconded, and the measure passed
unanimously.


The details of the hearing, such
as the amount of time for
members of public to ask
questions, were left to Breer.
Commission Chairman Daryll
Gunter will act as moderator.
When asked Tuesday, Breer said
the date did not conflict with the
middle school's schedule, and "it
just needs to be approved by the
school board."
A start time for the hearing was
discussed but not set at Monday's
meeting.


Grants shifted to


phase 2 of sewers

SEWER
Continued from page 1
beaches many times because of-direct discharge of sewage from septic
systems.
"This is a tremendous development for the coastal communities of
Taylor County," said Congressman Boyd. "The continuation and
completion of-the wastewater project will improve the water quality along
the coastal region and provide immediate health benefits for area
'residents."
According to Taylor Coastal Water & Sewer District Chairman Floyd
Ford, the funds obtained by Boyd will go toward the second phase of the
project.
"The first phase of the project, which includes the sewer plant and lines
to Keaton Beach, Ezell Beach and Cedar Island, should be completed this
November," Ford said.
Construction on the second phase should begin in early 2007. That
phase, includes sewer lines to Dekle Beach, Dark Island and Fish Creek, he
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bring the deficit down to $76,455.
He stated that with that amount;
the county. could then negotiate
with Slone and possibly .Vove'
certain parts of the project to a
later phase.


With a more than $200,000
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A-3 The Taco Times August 3,2005


Mayor Ketring to address senior citizens


Heather Nicole Lee, Ernie W. Laurence Jr.

Lee, Laurence to wed

in August 6 ceremony
James E. and Susan King Lee of Perry announce.the approaching
marriage of their daughter, Heather Nicole, to Ernie Laurence Jr,, the son
of Dr. Ernie and Geoigette Laurence Sr. of Hutto, Texas.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Leonce O'steen King of Perry,
and the late Corbitt Mitchell King, as well as the late Faye Rollins Blue
and Alvin Henry Lee Sr. of Perry. She is a senior at Freed Hardeman
University in Henderson, Tenn.
Miss Lee will be student teaching in the fall in Pflugevrille, Texas,
with plans to graduate in December, 2005, with her Bachelor's degree in
elementary education.
The groom-elect is the grandson of George A. and Lillian Lowes of San
Antonio, Texas, and the late Ernie L. and, Lillian Laurence of Rockdale,
Texas. He was valedictorian of his 1993 graduating class at Hutto High
.School and a 2005 gradaute of Tarleton University.in Stephensville,
Texas, with a Bachelor's degree in computerinformation systems.
Their wedding will be this Saturday, Aug. 6, 2005, at 7 p.m. at the
Buccaneer Inn on the beach at St. George Island, with a reception
immediately following in. the banquet room. Friends and family of the
couple are invited to attend.


Mayor Emily Ketring will
present a program on city
government for the community's
senior citizens on Friday, Aug. 5,
beginning at 11 a.m.
Present and future goals will be
the subject of her talk, with
pertinent information on services
for seniors. A question-and-
answer session will follow
Ketring's presentation.


The program will be held af the
Senior Citizens Center, located at


Madeline Odum Shahan


She's one
Alyssa Ezell, daughter of
Kristin Ezell, will celebrate
her first birthday on Aug.
, 11, 2005. '


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For more information, please call
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New arrival

Madeline Odum Shahan
Amy Odum and Tim Shahan of Hyde Park, Utah, announce the birth of
their daughter, Madeline Odum Shahan, on' March 23, 2005, at 3:44 a.m.
She weighed 7 pounds, 15 ounces, and was 20 inches long.
Maternal grandparents are Charlene and Sherwin Odum of Perry,.
Paternal grandparents are Jerry Ann and Dwayne Malone of Fairmont,
W. Va., and Rosemary and Gerald Shahan of Fellowsville, W. Va.


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Fal


Monday for Bulldogs


The Taylor County High
football team opened fall practice
Monday with a new coaching staff
and 62 youngsters vying for
playing time.
New Bulldog Head Coach Price
Harris said the players have been
working hard but they 'still have a
long way to go.


The team is currently working
out twice a day at 8 a.m. and again
at 5 p.m. Because Price wasn't
hired until June, the team did not
participate in spring practice.
. Joining Harris in coaching the
team this fall are Defensive
Coordinator Jim Burant, Offensive
Line Coach Jonathan Mauk and


Defensive Line Coach Brendan
Gregory.
Burant comes to Perry with 23
years of coaching experience. He
most recently coached' at Panama
City-Arnold.
Mauk, 23, will begin his
coaching career at Taylor County
having just graduated from
Anderson University in Indiana.
Gregory's resume includes
college experience at the
University of Louisville and
Eastern Kentucky University. His
duties for the Bulldogs will also
include strength and conditioning
as well as assisting with the
running backs.
Taylor County was scheduled to
open the 2005 season with a
kickoff classic game at Hamilton
County on'Aug. 19, but that may
have changed.
"As of now, that game has been
canceled but I'm attempting to re-
establish it on our schedule,"
Harris said.
The Bulldogs' regular season
opens Aug. 26 when Chipley
visits Dorsett Stadium.


Cheerleader

registration

scheduled

Cheerleader registration for the
upcoming city recreation flag and
tackle football leagues will be
held Aug. 22-25 from 5:30 p.m.
until 6:30 p.m.
Cheerleading is for youngsters.
ages 7-9 and 10-12 as of Dec. 31,
2005 The registration fee is $35
per participant.
Registration will take place in
the portable building on the
visitors' side of Dorsett Stadium.
For more information, contact the
rec department at 584-3006.
:Each, participant must be
accompanied by a parent/guardian
and a birth certificate is required.


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Aug. 19 Hamilton-Kickoff classic Jasper
Aug. 26 Chipy .' Perry
Sept. 2 Chiles Away
Sept. 9 Marianna Perry
Sept. 16 OPEN
Sept. 23 Vernon Away -
Sept. 30 Madison Away
Oct. 7' *East Gadsden* Perry.
Oct. 14 Dixie County Perry.
Oct. 21 NFC Perry
Oct. 28 Fort White .. Perry.
Nov. 4 Jefferson County Away
Home games shaded District games in Bold
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Registration will take place in,
the portable building on the
visitors' side of Dorsett Stadium.
For more information, contact the
rec department at 584-3006.
Each participant must be
accompanied b\ a parent guardian
arid a birth certificate is required.


Registration for the upcoming
city recreation tackle football
league will be held Aug. 16-18 at
5:30 p.m.
The league is for youngsters,
ages 10-12 as of Dec. 31. 2005.
The registration fee is $40 per
player


Coaches to meet Aug 9


A coaches' meeting for the
Upcoming city recreation flag and
tackle football leagues will be
held Aug. 9 at 6 p.m.. in the rec
department office.
'All coaches are required to
attend. For more information,

-Registration set
for flag football
S Registration for the upcoming
- city recreation flag football league
will be held Aug.,22-25 from 5:30
p.m. until 6;30 p.m.
The league is for youngsters,
S ages 7-9 .as of Dec: 31, 2005. The
S registration fee is $35 per player.
Registration will: take place in
S the portable building on the
visitors' side of Dorsett Stadium.
For more information, contact the
rec department at 584-3006.
Each participant must be
accompanied by a parent/guardian
and a birth certificate is required.


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A-4 The Taco Times August 3,2005


registration


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Sept. 9-11 "Becoming an
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'scheduled for Ocala and a Nov. 18-
20 workshop for West Palm
Beach.
The FWC invites women, 18
and older, to attend the workshops
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activities. In four, three-and-a-half-
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hunting/shooting, fishing and
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camping, etc.) activities at all
levels of physical activity.
The workshops will take place
at the Ocala Conservation Center
in the Ocala National Forest and at
Pine Jog's Everglades Youth
Conservation Camp in the J.W.
Corbett Wildlife Management
Area. (northwest Palm Beach
County). They are rustic summer
camp facilities with basic, modern
amenities. Lodging is dormitory
style. with meals served in the
cafeterias. Sessions will begin .n
Friday afternoon and end Suiinday
with lunch.
Information about the workshop
and registration is at
lM\FWCC.com/BOW or by calling
(561) 625-5126.


The Perry Soccer Association
will have its fall registration
beginning this Friday, Aug. 5 and
running through Aug. 15.
Registration forms may be
picked up at Thomas Chevrolet.
Youngsters ages 4 through 15
are eligible to play. The cost is
$35 per player.


Participants will play in six
leagues according to ages. Those
leagues will be under-6, under-8,
under-10, under-12, under-14 and
under-16. Coaches are needed in
all age groups.
For more information, contact
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A-5 The Taco Times August 3, 2005


Midday worship planned for first Thursdays


Three weekends of yard sales
Yard sales, benefiting the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church
Outreach Center, will be held Friday and Saturday, 8 a.m. until, for the next.
three weekends.
The sales will be held at 804 N. Jefferson St., in the corner house at
Jefferson and Julia streets.


New items will be featured; golf shirts, t-shirts, caps, children's clothes
will be sold "to help us help people in need."

Community midday worship planned
The Temple of God Baptist Church will offer Community Midday
Worship on the first Thursday of each month, beginning this Thursday,


Perry represented at Miami convention


By: B.D. WILLIAMS
The Ministers, Deacons and
Superintendent Union of Taylor
County, the Rev. Izell Montgomery
Jr., president, held a spirit-filled
session at Antioch Missionary
Baptist Chuich which began Friday
at 7:p.fn. and continued through
Sunday.


Mrs. Elesta Pritchee of
Greenville, Mrs. Thelma Newberry
and Mrs. B.D. Williams of Perry
attended the 44th House Party, held
at Florida Memorial University in
Miami, Sunday, July 24, through
Wednesday. The 4th Vice President
of Florida General Baptist State
Convention, Elesta, Pritchee,


presided throughout the closing
session, Wednesday. After having
an enjoyable spiritual session every
-one returned to their homes
Thursday hoping to meet again at,
the house party of 2006.
While B.D. Williams, Thelma
'Newberry and Pritchee were in
Miami, Mrs. Betty Smith and


daughter Linda Mashack, came
over and had a lovely visit with
them. They live in Miami, but are
former residents of Perry.
A thought for today: Some times
when you get angry, you may have
the right to be angry, but that
doesn't give you the right to be
cruel.


Aug. 4. The service is planned from 12 noon until 1 p.m.; lunch will be:
provided. The church is located at 105 Sandra Street.
All churches and people in the community are invited to attend. Elder
Robert E. French is pastor-teacher for the congregation.

Monthly sing at Perry First Church of God
The Perry First Church of God on Highway 221 will have its monthly
sing on Saturday, Aug. 6, at 7 p.m. featuring "His Grace" and "The
Masters." Snacks will be served at 5:30 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend."
Another yard sale this Saturday!
Lighthouse Revival Center, located at 808 E. Granger Dr., will have a
yard sale Saturday, Aug. 6, with funds benefiting church projects. The sale
begins at 8 a.m. and the church promises, "We have something for
everyone; God bless."

Church of,God services begin at 7 p.m.
Revival services, featuring Bobby Medders as speaker, will continue at -
the Church of God of Prophecy through Saturday, Aug. 6, with services
nightly at 7. Old-fashioned singing, preaching and healing are promised.
For information, please call Pastor Ray Chandler at 223-2618.


Obituaries


Ray Drexel Agner
Ray Drexel Agner, 69, died,July
' 31, 2005, in Dowling Park.
A native and lifelong resident of
Perry, Mr. Agner was a retired shift
finishing foreman at Buckeye. A
former Taylor County
commissioner, he was a member of
First Baptist Church of Perry.
*1 Mr. Agner was.initiated into the
Perry Elks Lodge (No. 1851) in
November of 1975. He served as
Esteemed Leading Knight (1988-
89), Exalted Ruler (1989-90) and
Trustee (1990-2003). He was also


a member of the .House
Committee, and served on several
state committees throughout the
years. For Florida Elks, Mr. Agner
served as district vice president,
North District (1993-94) and
District Deputy Grand Exalted
Ruler (1994-1995).
Survivors include: two
daughters,. Sharon (Agner) Smith
and Sandy (Agner) Rea of
Jacksonville; three sisters, Doris
Lev\is and Elmira Odom, both of
Perry, and Laura Felder of
Dowling Park; five grandchildren;


and a host of nieces and nephews.
He was predeceased by three
brothers, Judge Royce Agner,
Martin Agner and Sevier Agner;
and three sisters, Missouri Kelly,
Marion Nelson and Berta Shelfer.
Memorial services will be held
today, Aug. 3, at 11 a.m. in the
First Baptist Church.
Family members received
friends Tuesday from 6 until 8 p.m.
at the home of Doris Lewis.
Beggs Funeral Home is in charge
of arrangements.
.* Please see page 6


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Now accepting applications for the upcoming school
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allocated on a first come, first serve basis.

Child Care Hours 7:00 -5:30 Pre-School Hours 8:00 12:00
S. .Ageq 1-10 years of ages'. AtBeka Book Curriculumr ..;..
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The Good Shepherd Child Development Center admits students of any race, color, national and
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A6,The Taco Times August 3,2005


Family member charged with forgery, grand theft
Another case of employee theft the family. dispatched to a local restaurant last James Reed, who told me that his confessed to signing his mother's July 27 and called the police,"
has been uncovered in Perry, but Perry Police Department Ptl. week in reference to forgery. brother, Sean Reed, 36, had been name and Tames' name on the Johns added.
this time the employee kept it in Robert Johns said he was "When I arrived, I spoke to working at the restaurant as an checks. According to Johns, 18 checks


(Continued from page 5)
Donna Rae Levister
Donna Rae Levister, a secretary,
51, died July 31, 2005, in Orange
Park.
Born and raised in Taylor
County, she was the daughter of
the late DeWitt Talmadge
Seosions and Ruth (Seago)
Sessions.
She was preceded in death by a
sister, Tillie Burghout.
-Survivors include: her husband,
Maynard Levister of Orange Park;
a :tep-son, Gerald Levister of
Virginia; a brother, Charles,
Sessions of Eridu; two sisters,
Mackie Nance of Jacksonville and
Lanita Howell of Eridu; two
grandchildren; and a host of nieces
and nephews.
Funeral services will be held
today,'Aug. 3, at 11 a.m. at
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church
with'Danny Lundy officiating.
Interment will follow at the
church cemetery.
Family members received
friends Tuesday from 6 until 8
, pn..at Burns Funeral Home,
which is in charge of, the
arrangements.
Ronald Charles Reblin
Ronald Charles Reblin, 70, died
July 30, 2005, in Steinhatchee:
Mr. Reblin was born in-,
Milwaukee, Wis. He owned and
operated Ron and, Sue's Country
Inn in Crivitz, Wis. He m6ved to
Naples and was assistant art
director at the Naples Art Gallery.
-Survivors include: his wife of
48 years, Suzan Reblin of
Steinhatchee; sons, Christopher
Reblin of Birmingham, A.a., and
Mark Reblin and Daniel Reblin,
both of Steinhatchee: daughters,
Annette Reblin of Houston,
Texas, anid Janine Mims, of..
Mielbourne; a sister. Susie
Couillard of Wisconsin; four
grandchildren : and several nieces


and nephews.
Memorial services will be held
Saturday, Aug. 6, at 3 p.m. in
Steinhatchee at the Landing's
Resort Chapel with the Rev. Ron
Coward officiating.
Rick Gooding Funeral Home in
Cross City is in charge of the
arrangements.
Carol Jean French
Carol Jean French, 54, died July
28, 2005.
Mrs. French was a native of
Panama City, having lived
,most of her life in Perry. She was
a member of Word of Truth
Tabernacle Church and was
assistant manager of the Taylor
County High School cafeteria.
Survivors include: her husband
of 26 years, Winston French of
Perry; four sons, Kenneth Jared
Hale, Mark Stephen Hale and
Chad Barrett French, all of Perry,
and De French of Rice Boro, Ga.;
one daughter, Dana Schwab of
Perry;.two brothers, WayneDavis
of Perry and Fred Davis of Ft.
Pierce; 11 grandchildren; and a
host of nieces and nephews."
Funeral services were held
Sunday, July 31, at 2 p.m. at
Beggs Funeral Home with
interment following at Pisgah
Cemetery.
Family 'members received
-friends Saturday from 6 until 8
p.m. at Beggs Funeral Home;
which was in charge of the
arrangements.
Agnes Andrew Jones
Agnes Andrew Jones, 88, died
July 31, 2005, in 'Tallahassee.
Born in Madisoni County, she
had, lived in Ocala for 20 years
"'before moving back to Greenville.
in 1950. She was owner and.
operator of a restaurant and dry
cleaners in Greenville for many
years. She was a member of the
Greenville Baptist' Church and a
foster care worker and member of-
Greenville Senior Citizens.


accountant.
"James said that about six to
eight weeks ago, he had stumbled
onto some checks which had been
signed and that his mother nor he
had signed them," Johns added.
"He said that he then went to
his brother, Sean, and confronted
him about the checks and he


"He then stated that his brother
told him that he was going to
straighten out and would not write
any more checks," Johns said.
"James then took the remaining
checks and told Sean that if he
wrote any more checks that he
would call the police. James then
said he found another check on


were alteuly signea u uy Oeanl.
"He cashed 15 of the checks and
a friend, who has since moved to
New York, cashed three. The
checks totaled $4,400," according
to Johns.
Reed was arrested and charged
with forgery, uttering forgery and
grand theft, all felonies.


Survivors include: one brother,
Sim Andrews of Madison, two
sisters, Henri Tuten of Madison
and Inez A. Cone of Perry, and a
host of nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held
Tuesday, Aug. 2, at 11 a.m. at
Beggs Funeral Home Madison
Chapel with interment following
at Evergreen Cemetery in
Greenville.
Family members received
friends Monday from 6 until 8
p.m. at Beggs Funeral Home,
which was in charge of the
arrangements.

Callie Mae Mills
Callie Mae Mills, 77, a resident
of Perry, died Aug. 1, 2005.
Mrs, Mills was a Baptist and a
member of Westside Baptist
Church. She was the daughter of
the late Henry Thomas Gunter and
Edith Carlton Gunter.
She was preceded in death by her
husband, Sam Mills.
Survivors include: two sons,
Edward Gilpin of Mayo and
Martin Mills .of Perry; two
daughters, Verdie Mae Gilpin,
Clark of Ten Mile, Tenn., and
Sandra Diane Romine of Lake
City; three brothers, Hullon
Gunter of Eugene,' Ore., and
William Gunter and Thomas
Gunter, both of Longview, Wash.;
two sisters, Geraldine Leggett of'
Longview and Jane Donaldson of
Redmon, Wash.; eight
'grandchildren; 15 great
.grandchildren;' one great great
grandchild; and a host of nieces
and nephews.
Funeral services will be held
Friday. Aug. 5, at 2 p.m. at
SWestside Baptist Church.
Interment will follow at Carlton
Cemetery.
Family members will receive
friends Thursday from 7 until 9.
p.m. at Joe P. Burns Funeral
Home, which is in charge of the
arrangements.


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Festival to welcome



Ironjack champions


Outfitted By


Timberrrrr!
Woods chips will be flying as the
50th annual Florida Forest Festival
welcomes the 'Ironman' of
lumberjack sports for two days of
high-octane performances.
Co-sponsored by Progress
Energy, the Irohjack Lumberjack
Timber Team will perform at
Forest Capital Park on Friday, Oct.
21, during the annual Heritage Day


Tours for area elementary students,
Three shows will be presented
Saturday, Oct. 22, at 1:30 p.m.,
2:30 p.m. and 4 p.m.
Top athletes from across the
country will pit their skills and
muscle against one another in 10
distinctly different events:
springboard chop, single buck,
underhand chop, obstacle pole
chokerman's race, axe throw, speed


birling, tree topping, stock saw,
speed climbing and log rolling.
Unlike other competitions,
which may feature chopping but no
climbing events, or sawing but no
log rolling, audiences will find the
Ironjack series to be truly
captivating without repetition,
Festival Co-Entertainment Chair
Dawn Taylor said.
"We appreciate Progress


E'n e r g y' s
continued support
of our community's
signature event--the
Florida Forest
Festival. Their
$5,000 donation
is helping bring
world-class entertainment
right here to,Taylor County
for all to enjoy."


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World-champion lumberjacks and lumberjills will take the stage for two days of "high-octane" performances
annual Florida Forest Festival Oct. 21 and 22. The event is being co-sponsored by Progress Energy.


for the 50th


till 1st in Forestry After 50 Years!'


Logrolling duels and speed climbing competitions are all part
of the Ironjack Timber Team show, which has been featured on
ES,PN, the .Outdoor Live Network and ABC Sports. The
lumberjack champions roll into Taylor County Oct. 21 and 22.
See more about the 'ironman' of lumberjack shows at
www.lumberjacksports.com. ;


The countdown is on: for Taylor
County's ,59th" annual salute for
forests and the forest industry...and
you are invited ,t be part of the
fun!
From the Miss Florida Forest
Festival scholarship program to the
King Tree Parade, ,,volunteer and'
sponsorship opportunities abound.
The search is also underway for
all former Miss Florida Forest
Festivals and Jr. Misses, as well as.
Mrs. Florida Forest Festival title
holders and former Little King and
Queens. If you or a member of
your family held a festival title,
Please contact the festival office at
/(850) 584-TREE (8733). .
Traditional favorites such as the
Kids' Parade & Party in the Park,
Great Bed.Race, Fine Arts Show
and World's Largest Free Fish Fry
all return in 2005, along with a few
special surprises for this golden


event, Entertainment Co-Chair,
Dawn Taylor said.
Country/bluegrass div;a Rhonda


Rhonda Vincent


Vincent will headline this year's
entertainment line-up, along with
American Idol (season one) alumni
Justin Guarini. (Times and
schedule to be announced.)


"Mark your calendars for Oct. 21
and 22, and plan to join us as we
celebrate Taylor County...'Still
First in Forestry After 50 Years!,'"
Taylor said.


Register today for craft


show, King Tree Parade
Registration forms for a number of Florida Forest Festival events are
available at, the festival office, adjacent to the Perry/Taylor County
Chamber of Commerce.
Anyone planning to participate in the King Tree Parade, Arts & Crafts
Show or Antique Car Show is asked to contact Donna Breer at (850) 584-
TREE (8733): Forms for special concessions and food booths are also
available.
Registration forms for the Florida Forest Festival Baby Photo Contest
can be picked up at Ph6tos, Frames & Trophies.
The month-long forestry celebration kicks off Saturday, Oct. 1, with the
Miss Florida Forest Festival scholarship program and culminates with the
"Big Day" Saturday, Oct. 22.


.. 'The Way: Christ centered recovery group,
;. rleets bh Fridays at 7 p m. at Serenity
:H.ouse On Hwy, 98 W., across from BP
".:Station, .Openrto alcoholics, addicts, family
.. members and friends
P iAAP-last Wed, 10 a.m at. First Baptist


ir'ort Advisory, Commission: 4th
; Monday,,.2' noon. Perry-Foley Airport.
:American LegionPost #96: 1st Tues.,
-' 7i,'." American Legion Hall, Center Street.
'.' BIg Bend Hospice Advisory Council:
l[a~and. 4thiies. noori, 107 East Green Street
eachh Charbert of Commerce: third Thurs.,
.ikRoad.' 8 a.n chamber board room.
ee; Pot City Council: 2nd and 4th Tues. at 6:30
. .. ,':. p-m rri
Igs are .. Civll Air Patrol.(CAP): 2nd and 4th Mon.
aBitrdays ,p.rri..mairi hanger at airport.
"':.on Co'uty Comminssion: first Mon. and third
S:ibLblic' Tues. at:6 p:m,..courthouse annex.
p-mneets' Dabetes classes every Tuesday, 2 p m.,
day;'at DOctors Meimorial Hospital
Jwvy FAMU Alumni. Chapter: second Mon.,
.,,pi1'. 7 p. m., Jerkins Center
l Chrc..h.- Pery Masonic Lodge 123: meets first
' .1 9iPJ;- 'and;third Monday nights, 7.30 p m.
igi0ners .. Girl Scouts Service Unit: first Thurs,
'3-f".,-: 6:30 p'im.:out Hut.
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Healthy Start Coalition: fourth Mon.. 9
a m., Taylor County School District
Administrative Office Complex.
Historical' Society: open Thursday
afternoons, 1-5 pm
Home Educators League of Perry
(HELP): second Thurs, 1 30 p.m.. Forest
Capital Hall. 584-8553 or 584-9207
Humane Society of Taylor County: 2nd
Wednesday. 6 p.m., Forest Capital Hall.
Juvenile Justice Council: third Thurs 9
am.; at Juvenile Justice Office. 1719 S.
Jefferson.
'Taylor 'Coastal Communities
Association: each 2nd Tuesday of month.
7 p m. at the Keaton Beach Hot Dog Stand.
Kiwanis Club: Wednesdays, noon,
Joyce's MainStreet Cafe.
La Leche League International: 2nd
Wed. 10:30 a.m., Taylor County Public
Library.
Lady Elks: second Thurs.. 8 p m, Elks
Lodge
MalnStreet Perry: First Monday of each
month, Perry/Taylor County Chamber of
Commerce at noon.
Mothers of Pre-Schoolers: first and
third Fn. Call 584-3826.
Muskogee Creek Indian Nation: 2nd


and 4th Sat., 7 p.m. Tribal grounds, Lyman
Hendry Road
Muskogee Creek Indian Tribe: Oak Hill
Village on Woods Creek Road, 1st Sat
Narcotics Anonymous: Wednesdays.
8 p.m.. at 1260 W. Hwy. 98, at Serenity
House (dirt road across from BP Station).
These are open meetings to those interested
in addiction. Call 223-0036. Also, Saturdays,
10.30 a m --open meeting.
NAACP: 2nd Sun., 6 p.m., New Brooklyn
Missionary Baptist Church.
National Wild Turkey Federation
(Yellow Pline Drummers): holds open
monthly on first Thursday, Golden Corral,
7p m. 584-9185
Optimist Club: Thurs., noon at Joyce's
Mainstreet Cafe.
Perry Garden Club: third Wed., 10 a.m.
Perry Elks Lodge: Tues, 8 p.m.
Perry Lodge #187: 1st, 3rd Wed, 7 p.m,
Masonic Hall
Perry Lodge 123, F&AM: first and third
Monday nights, 7:30 p.m.
. Perry Woman's Club: 2nd Wed., noon
(Sept. May; subject to change).
Perry Shrine Club: 4th Thurs, 7 p.m
(club house on Courtney Road)
Planning Board: 1st Thurs., 6 pm.


Courthouse annex (old post office)
Republican Party of Taylor County:
Second Thursday of every month at 315 N
Quincy Street. E-mail Tommie Stanaland at
tstanaland@yahoo.com'or call 584-8815
Rotary Club: Tues., noon at Joyce's Main
Street Cafe.
Taylor County School Board: 1st and
3rd Tues, 7 p m
SHARE distribution: 41h Sat, 10 a.m
Social Security: representatives, 2nd
Tues., 8:30 a m. to 12 noon, courthouse
annex
Sons of Confederate Veterans: founh
Tuesday at VFW Post on Center Street
7 p.m. For information, call 584-5346
Taylor Adult Program (TAP): Thurs. 10
a.m., 502 N. Center Street. 223-0393.
Taylor Coastal Water and Sewer: 3rd
Wed. at 18820 Beach Road, 5 p.m
STaylor County Democratic Party: the
third Monday, 7 p.m. at Ihe Golden Corral
Call 584-9656 or 584-3617.
Taylor Development Council: 2nd Wed.
4 p.m., at Chamber
Taylor County Development Authority:
2nd Mon.. 5 p m at Chamber.
Taylor County Amateur Radio Club: 1st
Monday, 7 p.m., Division of Forestry office.


618 Plantation Road
Taylor County Habitat for Humanity,
Inc.: board meeting, 2nd Tues., 5 30 p.m.,
Room 208, Capital City Bank.
Taylor County Historical Society: 3rd
Mon., 7 p m. Historical Society building.
Taylor County Horseman's Association
Horse Show: 2nd Sat.. 10 am Arena
located on Bishop Blvd
Taylor County Construction License
Board Meeting: 3rd Fn, 2 p m., courthouse
annex
Taylor County Leadership Council: 2nd
and 4th Friday. 7 p m., Jerkins
Taylor County Quilters: Tuesdays.
10 am. to noon. Taylor County Public
Library
Taylor County Reef & Research Team:
2nd Thurs., 7 p.m Forest Capital Hall
Taylor County Soil & Water Board: 4th
Mon., 7 p m, Chaparral Sleakhouse
Vogue XIII: first Mon., 7-30 pm (Call
584-2404
VFW Post #9225: 2nd Tues 7 pm
(Amencan Legion building).
If you would like to add your community
group's meeting to our calendar please
e-mail: perrynews@perry gultnet com or call
584-5513


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Encourages personal research


Writer supports power plant


Dear Editor:
I am writing in support of Taylor
County becoming home to a coal-
fired power generating plant. The
positive economic impact would
be huge, both in the 150 permanent
jobs and the 1500-2000
construction jobs.
But the main reason I'm writing
is to share my thoughts regarding
how clean the coal industry has
become. The old image of black
smoke pouring from a smokestack
just isn't accurate today.
There are coal-fired power
ge t ting plants all over the
Sop ast. and you don't hear
anyLng negative about them. If
the emissions from these plants
were so toxic, wouldn't we?
I encourage everyone to do their
own research; don't just listen and
adopt a position. Do your research
on'the Internet or the library. If
convenient, go look in Palatka or


the University of North Carolina fired plants. And the new plant
campus. built here would be cleaner than
You can't tell that these two either of those.


locales are both homes to coal-


Freddie Rogers


FPA 'thankful' for support


Dear Editor:
Once again the Tri-County
Foster Parent Association would
like to take the time to thank our
community for the continued
support of our organization. With
our donations, we are able to help
not only local foster families, but
other families in need in our area.
Thank you and please call us if you
have anything you would like. to
donate.
At this time we would also like
to ask your help for a special cause.
The Tri-County Foster Parent
Association has set up a box at


Winn-Dixie and Kmart for school
supplies. If anyone is able, please
drop a school-related item into one
of our boxes. Last year we had an
incredible turnout and we were
able to provide school supplies to
all of our foster families in the tri-
county area, as well as to relative-
placement and adoptive families.
Due to public generosity, we had
enough supplies left over to hand
out to other families in need,
families not in the foster care
program. As a community we have
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Midweek Muddle


By SUSAN H. LINCOLN


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Letters to the Editor


Writer 'perplexed' by reactions


Dear-Editor: .
I'm perplexed at our,
community's reaction when new
projects like the coal-fired power
plant or the military test site are
proposed. Let's recap where we've
been 'and where we appear to be
going.
S:Last year, the military wanted to
use some remote land twice a
month for testing' new weapons to
be used by our soldiers. Ir would
have brought 20 jobs to the county
and perhaps saved soldiers' live.
SThere was an outcry to save I~
"Nature Coast" because the bombs
jIwould make large holes in the land
and cause pollution (in an, area
Where limerock miners already
carve 50-foot craters, and disrupt
some hunting recreation). There
was a non-binding referendum.
The majority of our voters said
-iNO--many because they said there
i wasn't enough of an economic
benefitl" for Taylor County. No
Value was placed on saving'
soldiers' lives .or improving'
military capability. Then there's the
effort to make the non-binding vote
into binding public policy.
This year the picture gets even


more weird. '
Out-of-to\wn utilities no\w want
to build a coal-fired power plant
that will' operate 24/7. The
electricityv \won't be sold locally. It
will bring 150 jobs to the county'
but may shorten peoples lives due
to its pollution. It will cast a bro\w n
haze over the "Nature Coast" and.
add pollution to our waters.
Northern coal 'miners and-
railroaders will get more jobs than,
people in Taylor County. It won't
use ,solar or wood (renewable
resources). Tallahasseans get :to
vote on the power plant but Ta lor
Countians don't. And Taylor
Count\ is su posed to "compete"
with other h Florida counties
for select" i he proposed site.
wh hat l11 of this fell the'
world ou of Tahlor Counts
about our unity? Aside from
thinking L ast all be a bunch of
idiots. ou actions suggest the
Following:


1. Taylor County lacks a visionn .
forits future. -
2. If 20 jobs won't get your
project; then the promise of1:50
Sill. l" .
3., Projects that won't ,fly in
Tallahassee or Jacksonville can be
put in Taylor County. -
4. The idea' of Taylor County
being the "Nature Coast" for
Secotourism is just a ruse for the
NIMNBY (not in my backyard),
crowd.
5.If .the politicians are in doubt
about what the \oiers desirethen
ask for an opinion throiL a
referendum. If politicians "a e
their minds made up, then offer a
public hearing.
Taylor County--can't we, do
Better than .a coal-fired power plant
and can't we improve our political
decision making? THINK about it!
C Cathy Thomas
Steinhatchee


Coach praises community


Dear Editor:
I would like to sa\ thanks io the
many special people who made the.


Taco 9Times

Wednesday, August 3, 2005
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S Member PerryfTaylor County Chamb Commerce.


2005 15-U_ All Star Team a
success
First I would like to say "thank
'you" to 12 \ejNe special young men
wi hose vervyhard work arid
dedication put them in a league of
their own. These 12 young men
Save up most of their summer to
play baseball. They practiced for
three and a half to four hours a day
every day, never complaining,,
always \ killing to do whatever it
took for the team--because that is
what they are:'a team, on the field
and off the field.:
So, from a very proud coach,. I
say "thank you" to Ethan Young,
Will Hall, Zack 'Knowles, Kendall
Thompson, Josh Gilbreath, Nick
Allbritton, Derek Miller, Brandon
Mock, Greg Flowers, Dusty
Strickland. Josh Ellis and Chad
Cannon.' Be. very. proud of
yourselves; yall did a great job.
And, now I say thank you to the
parents of these young men for the
time and devotiop that each of you
put in; without you, this season
could not have been possible.
A very special thanks to Mrs.
Debbie Hall. There were many
times 'when I would call on her at
the last minute and she would
always say, "O.K., Coach eff, I
will take care of it. "An, very
special thanks to Kim Young. She
was the team mom.:She was the
Please see page 4


Let me. tell you how serious this is:
the son's notebook, crammed full of
crumpled papers that are held in place
,by a zipper, is still sitting on the chair
inside the back door.
I point to it as evidence of, "ItCan't Be
Time to Go Back to School."
And it can't be.
How can it be that the notebook has,
been there long enough for the schools
to clean their hallways, fix their
bathrooms and get ready for the next .
crop of students?
How can it be that I haven't had time
to go through those papers in his
notebook, to find, out what library
books .we didn't return -or whose
birthday party we missed?
How can it be?
. believe, with all my heart, that school
i the Civilized World shouldn't begin
until the Tuesday after Labor Day. I
don't know Who In The World decided
that going Back -to School was.
appropriate on Aug. 8. It's riot; it's still
summer. I wouldn't mind if classes
extended until,.Dec. 23, if We could just
re-vamp the. start-up time for
September when the Spider Lilies
bloom. I believe this is mandated
somewhere in the Bible, but for reasons
beyond my understanding,, it didn't
make the Ten Commandments.
I started going Back to School when I,
was barely 6. That means I've been
going back to school for alriost 45
years. For the most part, I.enjoyed the
firt3 30. Now I'm ready to graduate
everybody and retire.
Part of it is that I'm old and crotchety
--a label I rather enjoy. The other part
of my reluctance is that going Back to
School has become rather tiresome and
requires more effort from me than I'm
willing to offer with; a smile,
Going Back to School with a girl child
was, at the beginning of each year
anyway, delightful. She loved school.
She 'loved counting her pencils, and
making lists of what she would wear the
first week. Her backpack always
matched her notebook and her shoes.
She had glittery lunchboxes, purple
composition notebooks, subject
dividers, day, planners and an
overwhelming desire to see her friends
again.
Going Back to School with the boy
child is a lot like a Death March.
"Need new pencils?" I'll ask.
"Nah, I'll just borrow somebody's," he
says.
"Composition notebooks?"
"There's probably some room left in
fast year's," he says, hardly looking up..
So I make a mental note to count his
pencils and buy new composition
notebooks.
"Aren't you excited about seeing your
friends again?" I ask, for it was always
the question my mother posed when
Back to School didn't sound like fun.
"I've seen my friends all summer," he


will tell.you. "I've played baseball and
golf with them, been swimming with
them, stayed at the beach with them.
I'm not ready to go Back to School."
I go back into the kitchen and scream
silently, "I'mmmm nottttt eithhhhher."
But I am reminded, more frequently
than I wish to admit, that I was put on
this earth to raise these children to the
best of my ability (so help me God) so
that they will be caring,- productive
members of society. It takes a village, it
takes a family, it takes a church, it takes
a school district, it takes a recreation
department, it takes a dance studio, it
takes a marching band, piano and art
lessons, countless teachers, a bevy of
coaches and total commitment from the
parents.
So I've sat myself down. No, I'm not
really ready to go Back to School. But
going Back to School is better than
going down a few other roads I know
about, and I need to find the courage
(deep down inside) to set that alarm and
wash those athletic shoes.
No more Lazy Days of Summer with
boys in bathing suits all day long. We've
got to have collars on those shirts, belts
on those pants, shoes on those feet. We
need lunch money, field trip release
forms, athletic physical and curfews.
And I've got to hone my special skills
as an investigator.
S"So do you have any language
homework?" (Must make eye contact for
this and appear intimidating.)
"Are there any tests this week?" (Ask
pleasantly, but be prepared' to list all
subjects, asking for an answer after
'each.)
"Do yo6u have any projects coming
up?" (Like, do, We need poster board
before the store closes at 9 p.m.?)
Before he completely zones out, ask a
more interesting question like:
"Were there'any fights today?" Follow
Closely with, "Did anybody get in
trouble?
Ask: prayerfully, "You didn't get in
trouble, did you?"
Then change the pace, "What did you
eat for lunch?"
Then to compare answers, "You did
eat lunch, didn't you?"
"You're not' buying anybody else's
lunch, are you?"'
And so my days and nights will go for
the next 10 months (it used to be nine).
Before Monday, Aug. 8, I'm going to pick
up that notebook off the chair, before I
throw it away. I'm going to file the
papers of seventh grade, and prepare
myself for my third stint in eighth
grade, while, e-mailing help and
answering questions for the other child,
a third-year college student.
If the son completes college in the
suggested four years, I will finally be
through with Back to School in the year
2014.
SOr dead,
Either's fine.


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B-3 The Taco Times August 3, 2005


Small ads...big deals!!


Saturday, 8-1, lots of variety, 1536 W.
Julia Street (Woods Creek Rd.), no early
birds, please.
8/3, 8/5
Moving Sale, wed., thur. & fri., 8-7, furniture
and lots. of other stuff, rain or shine, no
Early birds please, 4430 Walo Circle.
8/3,8/5

The monthly AMVETS and Sons of
AMVETS.Community Yard Sale will be
Held this Saturday, August 6, from 7 a.m,
until 2 p.m. Spaces are still available for a
$5 donation (a six-foot table' will be
Provided for each vendor). Additional.
spaces may be reserved as well. The yard.
sale will-be located at 2499 Woods Creek
Rd. For additional.information or to reserve
a space, call Mark Viola at 584-5513 or
584-8807 (after 5 p.m.).
8/3-8/5SA
ANTIQUES/HOUSEHOLD TAG SALE
SFRI.,'AUG. 5, 3pm-6pm & SAT., AUG. 6,.
8am-4pm. St. Rd. #149 (off U.S. 19 N),
MONTICELLO, FL
Older couple downsizing, selling lifetime
treasures antique LR/DR furniture, vintage
glassware potery. porcelain, quilts & quilt
tops many kitchen items bric-a-brac,
Slinens, 100's of books, piano, N gauge
model Irain set steel safe, shop/hand
.. ools Follow signs from Courthouse.
Action Sales 850/528-4517.
Friday. 8 am 3 families cleaningg up yard
and cleaning oul rouse sa e'-Srmall tools,
lew iron skilletS collectibles children
and adulls clothing numerouS other misc.
items (what ever we come up with).
Highway 19 nel io Werindy's behind''
Danny's Bar-B- hope Ic see you there;
8/3 8/5




SOffice desks, 1 L-shaped, drawers on both
ends, computerholes on top, 1, executive
desk, drawers on bolh ends computer hold
on top. boh are off while with wood grain
top; excellent condition, $125 ea. or $200
for both call 578-2423 or 578.2009 "
:7/29, 8/3.
Car dolly eicelienl condilior. $500, call
578.2423 or 578-2009
7/29,8/3
Silon'-q'uip',menl P' F Sale. n 3tlylngr,-
Chairs. rvr Chair 2 Styling stations
and other exir as. $1500. 1 New Sterilizer
$500 call 584-5057
8/3-8/26
Woli tanning system sun quesl pro, 24
RS. brand new, about 8 hours on 1,, $1400,
call 584-2270
8/3fiJM
1 apartment size stove $75 call 584-
.7094, Mon Thur., 9 AM 5 P.M.
7/22tfPHC
Powfiex Extreme (brand new) $800, call
850-5843045
S7/29, 8/3 ,


1985 Double Wide on 1 acre real
location, lenced in back yard needs minor
work, 27K o b (850) 584-5186

2 handy man specials 12-.65 mobile
home itslos Orf k h has been done In
good srape. $4500 ea call 584-3776 or
584-2270
7/27tJM


One acre lot in prestigious Clark
subdivision Cleared' and ready to build
you dream home' $40. 000 will go fast.
Call 584-2000
7/29-8/10
North Florida Worklorce Development
Board is looking Io lease commercial
office space in the Perry area We need
appromrnaialey 3500.400 sq. Ih People
with this type of available property should
contact Bill Howard loll Iree i,' 866-212.
9618
7/27-8/5

SFleetwood MH. on 2 acres (moll in Perry,
3/2. 1456 ft 10x44 screened in front porch
w/hol tub, .10x20 dpen porch on back, 24x3
shed w/wdrkshop and entertailrment room
24'pool tenced yard, call 838-1725 ask
for'Bran or Patty
7/27-8/5

6 A



jR pL~5t$18,000
Built In 1950s
3 Bedrooms, 1 Bath
All Pine Wood Floors
New Central H/A
Some Appliances
House moved at buyer's, expense.
Call for appt. 584-5454

Land for sale, located on Hwy 221 between
Shiloh Church Rd.and Cairo Parker Rd 1
acre lots with paved roads. Owner
financing available. Please call (386) 658-
1346 or (850) 584-7466 BadcocVs
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2 Bedroom, 1 1/2 bath apt., partly
furnished, water, elec. & cable included,
$170 per wk. + $250 deposit, call 838-1524
+77(pin), 843-1267 or 843-1296.
8/3tfWB
For Rent: 2 bedroom, 1 bath house, new
carpet, call 850-584-5154.
8/3-8/12
2BR/1BAtrailer, screened in porch, good
location, no kids, no pets, 584-8786.
8/3-8/12

Businesses for rent, 1, 1600 sq. ft., 1, 2400
sq.'ft., formally Walkers Food Mart &
Bookmart, Call Jr. Walker at 584-2883.
7/15tf

2, 3 BR/1 BA houses for rent, call 584-
4678.
8/3-8/31

2 B/R Mobile home, central heatlac, total
electric, located in small, clean, quiet park
2 miles down Beach Rd. Water, sewer,
lawn care and garbage.included, $375 per
Month, plus $375 deposit. No kids, no
pets, application and references required,,
call 584-3889.
7/ltf

Tidewater Aparimenit
S500 S..Warner Ave.
S850-584-6842
For qualified 3ppliarnii 2&3& bdrm avail
Section 8
Walerlserer!garb le:lcriC 'an":pesl
control included
S 7'27.8/3i

Southern Villas of rrv!!
., N M, an ~qi.- 'n ri
HIJU V'ou:hr,-r: -cepted. 10 and 2
Bedroom HC and non-HC accessible
apartments iCall I350.58i.848 1. TDD/TTY
711 315 Puc-tn Rd Pfe'iy FL 32347.
Equal Housing Opportunity.
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WoodridgeAparbnents!!
Lo-'ihng lor 3ppli: nlsi Apply now for 1, 2
and 3 bedroom apartments. Equal Housing
Opportunity. Call 85Q-584-5668. 709 W.
Church St., Perry, FL 32347. TDD/TTY
711.
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22 GRAD r WHITE SEAFARER, SEA-V2
hull, w-a cuddy cabih,.1993, Evinrude'225,
.4-stroke 2001 Yamaha 9.9 Aux. motor on
bracetr 2005 Alunumin trailer, hard top,
autoppiol, LOWRANCE map-gps-
fishfinder, dual batteries, S.S. Prop, very
Good cond., $24,990. Call Crews Marine,
Perry, FL. (850)584-3055.
8/3-8/12. .
S2005 Fie lwood travel trailer; 8x29. ft,
sleeps 8. awning ducled ac, large bath,
skyliqhl. holding lankr, ready4to travel,
S$12.500 cash, call Jim at 850-838-7807.
8;3-8, 12 .

Alllis Chalmers Di0 series 3 with one-
year old five oaic wood linlih mower, call
584-6555
8/3-8,12

S2005 Gulstream cavalier, 32 ft, travel
trailer park model no holding tanks,.
.sleeps 8 full Iridge j dced ac, $10,000
cash, greal ,onditiori, callJim at 850-838-
7807.
8/3-8/12

'31 ft. Winnebago, Class A, $8000, 17 ft.
Pro Line, center console, $2750, or combo,
$10,000, can be seen at 13080 Spring
Warrior Rd., call 584-4830.
S7/27-8/5


2000 Chely Blazer, V6, auto, a/c, p/s,
p.'b. al power, 68,5oo mi., 4x4, 4 door
$7,500,'-all 584.7359alher 4 3) '
. 729 8/3 .

1987 Chevy, Monte Carlo S.S.,
am,'fm.cass pw. pl 305 engine, 62Korig.
miles $6900 o b o, call 578.2423 or 578-.
2009.
7/29 8./3


For sale, 2000 XLT Expedition, green
metallic, one owner, Tommy & Velma
Hingson, 44, 000 miles, 3rd row seat,
Michelin tires, dul A.C., cassette & c.d.
player (holds 6), serviced every 3,000
miles, $13;000, call 584-7870 .
7/29-8/5

2003 .Chevrolet Avalanche, still -under
faclory warranty ;(30,000 miles). One
owner garaged and well maintained,
equipped with Z66 road package, a/c, ps,
pb, pw. door loci s remove entry, tilt wheel,
cruise AM'FM,CD Or, Star, parking
sensors, ABS, slbp tubes (slainless),
towing package, alloy wheels, etc White
with tan cloth interior, black wheel
Smoldings and chrome trim. Asking $20,800
' (retail is $24 7351. Call, 584-7883.
S7/1511
2002 Mid Size Chevy SUV, 4.door, white
w/sliver clading, fold down rear seats,
automatic, pw. door & windows, keyless
.entry, perfect condition, 42K miles,
luggage rack, c.d. player, power mode for
off road driving, $12,500 o.b.o, call 584-
8111 or 223-3927.
7/7ttfSV


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1999 Explorer Sport, 92K miles, automatic,
power windows & locks, A/C, Cd player,
tinted windows, asking $5000, call 584-
3149.
7/15tf
'99 Dodge Van, full size, 5.9L, V8, A.C.,
Automatic, factory.radio, 145K miles,
$5000, call 584-6207 or 838-4367.
7/15-8/5

1997, Honda Accord Ex, loaded, all power,'
ac, heater, automatic, sunroof, high
,mileage, runs great, needs minor work,
$2800 o.b.o, call 672-0987.
8/3, 8/5
2003, Ford Focus ZX3, Auto., Metallic
Blue, like. new, 1. owner, tinted windows,
premium sound, cd player, still under.
warranty, asking $9,500, worth $11,200,
call 850-445-3414..
8/3-8/31
1999 Explorer Sport, 94K miles, automatic,
power windows & locks, A/C, Cd player,
tinted windows, asking $5000, call 584-
3149.
7/15tf




Found, Cockatoo or Cockatiel in Roberts
Aman Road area, please call 584-5255
after 6 p.m. to identify, if owner not found in
one week, bird will be given away.
7/29,8/3 .
Large, Black Lab, lost on 221 North; call
584-6246.
8/3
Man's wedding band taken at Doctor's
Memorial hospital, three rows of diamonds,
channel set, square cut, middle row blue
diamonds, reward offered, call 584-5030.
7/20-8/2




Low cost pet vaccinations, Saturday,,
August 6, 2005 from 12 noon-2 pm at
Country Time Feed in .Perry. Dog, cat &
,horse vaccination specials. Heart worm
test & coggins, heart worm &, flea
prevention available. Pick up flyer today at
C'Ounltr Time Feed.
8* 6 3 a .. r: ..* *




Experienced plumber's needed, must have
valid driver's license, we do drug testing,
call 850-584-8603.
'7/20tfHS


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WANTED


Experienced plumber's helpers needed,
must have worked in actual plumbing
shop, must have valid driver's license, we
do drug testing, call 850-584-8603.
7/20tfHS
NEED 4-5 TEMP WORKERS 2 or more
weeks at Cabbage Grove Mining. Will be
doing heavy-duty cleaning of equipment
parts. Must have transportation-can ride
together, paid weekly-not daily. Call for
information, 584-5003.
7/29CG
Driver-Regional Solos, OTR
Teams and Contractors wanted. $5,000
sign-on bonus for Teams and $1,000 sign-
on bonus for Contractors. Great pay &
hometime, health insurance & 401(k).
Requires Class A-CDL. Open Sunday.
800-689-5065.
8/3
PT Cook-Weekends Only
Advent Christian Village
658-JOBS (6527)
www.ACVillage.net
Prep/clean up included; cook for visitor
groups, High school diploma or GED
preferred. Great working environment.
EOE.. DFW... Criminal. Background
Verification Required. Apply in person at
ACV Personnel Department Mon thru Fri,
9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m., Carter Village
Hall, 10680 CR 136, Dowling Park, FL.
Fax resume to (386) 658-5160,
.8/3-8/12
Do you have a passion and knowledge of
food? Mama's Italian Family Restaurant is
seeking an experienced, motivated cook-
to join our Family, where we offer good
pay, flexible hours and a fun work.
'environment. Apply in person between
2pm and 4pm at 2275 S. Byron Butler
Parkway. Contact person: Chuck.
8/3-8/12MI

Florida Department of Transportation has a
vacancy in Taylor County for the following
position:
Position Number: 55004468
Broad Band Title: Highway Maintenance
Workers-Level 1
,Working Title: Maintenance Technician
Closing Date: August 10, 2005
For more information concerning job
description and requirements apply online:
https://peoplefirst.myflorida.com/logon.htm
or call toll free 1-877-562-7287.
The Department of Transpbrtation is an
Equal Employnent Opportunity,
Alirmaiive Action rand,.. Druaq Fre.
Woltiplace emplovyer. "'
7,29 8."10

Badcock Furniture & More.
2 Positions
Set up & delivery person, good license &
driving record required. Full time:sales
person.
Apply in person, 1003 S. Jefferson St.
7/1tfBC


VEGGIES TO YOUR DOOR!
Fresh-Picked, blanched, flash frozen, shelled
zippers, butter beans, black eyes, white acres; ford hooks,
cream corn, okra, green beans, broccoli
Free delivery every Saturday with 3 or more bushels
352-498-2580


GULF COAST
METAL 5 ide
3' Wide
ROOFING Galvalunme

Full line of 3' Wide
accessories in stock Painted
Special Flashings Made AllTypes Warranted Metal Available
Cut to your desired lengths Delivery Service Available
Cail Toll-Free 888-393-0335 352-498-0778 Horseshoe Beach, Fl.
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NEEDS EXPERIENCED CLASS DRIVERS
IN YOUR AREA FOR LOCAL HAULING.
GOOD PAY AND BENEFITS




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HELP WANTED

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No phone calls
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Adolescent Mare Residential Program now
accepting apps for, the following. Exp
w/juvenile justice, therapeutic programs, &
mgt of youth pref. Reliable, honest
candidates only may apply for:
Program Supervisor: 2+ supervisory exp,
mgt of youth & delinquency prof. BA/BS in
Human Services pref. Organized, self-
sufficient & responsible a must.
Recreation Therapist: Outdoorsy ind, w/2+
yrs exp in designing therapy activities for
youth 'reqd. BA/BS, CPR/lst Aid pref.
Therapeutic most impt quality.
Team Leader/Therapy Assistant:
Diploma/GED reqd. Must manage adol,
delinquent pop, Shift work/hours.
Counseling bckgrnd a plus, integrity a
must,
Clinical Coordinator: Counseling position.
BA/BS reqd .MA pref. Able- to provide
grd/ind sessions. Strong org/time mgt
skills and team concept, 2+ yrs w/youth,
pref delinquent pop. Exp w/BHOS doc a
plus.
Counselor: Provide grp, ind, and fam
sessions for committed .youth. Strong
clinical skills, documentation ability
Needed. BA/BS,reqd. Serve on Trmt Team
and able to.address issues in population
served.
Data Entry: Diploma/GED reqd. Key BHOS
billing." 2+ yrs exp. Strong org skills and
basic app knowledge in Excel, Word reqd.
SExp w/billing pref.
Please fax resume, references, position
desired, anc salary request lto
Greenville Hills A.cademy
Personnel Dept.
742 SW Greenville Hills Road
Greenville, Florida 32331
7/27-8/5
Advent Christian Village
658-JOBS (5627)
www.ACVillage.net
PT Position Communications Center
Evenings/weekends, 20 to 25 hours per
week. HSD or equivalent preferred. Duties,
include monitoring incoming phone lines
as well as fire/medical emergency,
security, and radio communications
systems. Proper phone etiquette required..
Great working environment. EOE; DFW.
Apply in person at ACV Personnel
Department Mon thru Fri, 9:00 a.m. until
4:00 p.m., Carter Village Hall, 10680 CR
136, Dowling Park, FL. Fax resume to
(386) 658-5160.
7/27-8/5ACV


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Positions under Taylor County Board-of
County Commissioners:
Park Attendant temp/part time (days and
hours vary)'
30 hrs/wk. = Minimum $6.56/hr.
Library Clerk part time 20 hrs. @ week
(may include some evening & Saturday).
Minimum $8.04/hr.
Engineer- $36,504-$41,080
Library Technician minimum $8.04/hr.
Position requirements and specifications
available at Taylor Employment
Connections, 224 N. Jefferson or www.tcfl-
libinfo.com
Submit applications to Taylor Employmrent
Connections. Positions open until'filled.
Taylor County BCC is an EEO/ADA/drug.,
testing employer.
7/20tf BCC
Mature Woman to watch 2 kids & cook
meals, must have own transportation,
Monday-Friday, 7 A.M.-3:30 P.M., at our
home. Background check & References
required. For details please call, 584-8464.
7/13tf

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S Check Station Positions Available
The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission is 'hiring
personnel for seasonal work at check
stations during the upcoming archery and
general gun hunting seasons. Positions
,available in Taylor. County. Pays $6.15
'. per h6ur Positions begin September 24,
2005 For details call (850) 838-9016, or
S stop by the Big Bend Field Ofice at 663
Plantaon Rd in Perry EO/AA
7/27-1023

Fortune 500 Company looking for qualified'
Food service supervisors & managers.
Excellent pay & benefits must pass,
background check Call 838-3430 between
9- am-5pm
7/27-8/5




i, Helen Lockridge, will not be responsible
for any debts other than my own effecinr
'July 29. 2005
7/29 8/3


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Wanted dead or alive Junk cars, truckS.,
tractors elI Will buy. sell & trade 4<4 &
truck pans S'M'A'S'H Towing 386-688-
S3999or850-843.4227
7/1ttS
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Auction Every Friday 6 30 pm 3 miles
South oi Perry next to Crews Marine.
Auction every Saturday only 6 pm Cross
Cirv. Old Drive In, 3rd Generation Auction
Service Col Robert Kpllow
AB#2424/AU#2548
7/27-8/5




Lindsev Tractor Service
-_Lan Service. buh r hogging Iand
Cleaning dri,;e way; tree trimming,
:aulinl lood plots, diebre'e removal etc
GCall850-584-5193 or 850-838-4812
./27ri

A+ Blanco home Cleaning Service '(850)
223-t523 Letty Blanco Licensed &
Insured
8-38/19


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CLEANING






584-CLEAN (2532)

The Handyman experts, honest work
Affordable professional licensed and
insured Specializing in house painting,
interior, elc, mobile home repairs home
-ma;htenance pressure washing (wood and
concrete) carpet. vinyl wood floor ceramic
rile, and repairs Call 584-2270 (home) or
5847376 (office) 25 years
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-A3 Farm and Lawn Services
.-Harrowing bush hog mowing. d.rt leveling.
r ke'work and complete laffi seCl',Jce
Call.584-6737, leave message
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J D s Tree Service and Lawn .ar;
i-t.ieed and insured Cree esi r-.;ii; Wie
also grind slumps Call tody 83,-.130
-'-Firwood for sale
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CARPET &V IJ' L
Installation and repairs done at a good
price No overhead Direct savings to'ou
30 years experience 850 838-9050.
please leave a message
11 3tfBR

Clay. Swindle L LC All Ivpes oi
Remodeling docks, decks' windows. door
flaming, add on additions, porches, screen
.-:nclosures, painting interior & exterior,
now that Hurricane Season has arrived
Should you epinrience Storm damage I
Swill-work with your insurance company 18
yrs. exp. licensed & Itnsured Free
Esltmate, call 850-223-1780 or 843-1941.
leave message Commercial &
Residential
6/15riCS

STUMP GRINDING
Trees + Branches + Tropical
SStor m/Hurricane= Trouble
Tree Trimming. Removal: licensed &
insured Free Estimates, call John at (850)
584-2027.
S8/3-8/31
Circle "T"
.Specializing in all types ol tractor work.
bushhogging root raking, harrowing, dirt
hauling & leveling, debris removal clean
up.and lawn care.' Call for iree estimate,
5842806
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name and address of the Personal
i;'raie;.sr.iair. -- .e .et f.:.rth below:
L i. iLi. trE E .i P'.i'.CtJ. ARE NOTIFIED
THAT:
All creditois.of the decedent and other
.persons having claims or demands
against Decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice has been served,
must file.their claims with this Court
WITHIN THE I-STEP OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER iHE 0'ATE OF -THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF'SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
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rational decision for myself.
The county commission is
right-on as they work to have
'Taylor County become the top
choice, since they know that is the
only way the permitting process
will take place here. Our voices
would then be heard, all of our
voices.
Izell Montgomery Jr.


eels railroaded'


Dear Editor:
Historically, this county has
very high unemployment; usually
within the top fi\e highest in the
State of Florida. If the power plant
'has the potential of bringing 150
Jobs here, I would think that the
community as a whole would
want to listen.
f have a concern that the voices
being raised so stridently -will



Writer f
Dear Editor:
Looks as if we are to have the
! coal-burning plant in Taylor
County (I hope and pray that I am
.wrong).
S"We' the people" were
"railroaded" into it. It hit us before
Swe knew\ \\hat was happening like
a"'hard ball.
Tallahassee. for a large fee. has
- voted in on the "band w\\gon"--
even though. the\ think ther are
too close to pollution. There are.
they think, many advantages for
them. They believe their utilities
will be lowered. They will reap
all the benefits--a percentage of the
profits. jobs and lower taxes.
They think they are far enough
from the pollution dumped on
Ta\ lor County. Looks as if Taylor
County will be the chamber pot as
well.
I have fought missiles.
pipelines to the Gulf. off-shore
drilling and this, among other
en ironmental and wildlife
interests. I am weary of people
who must destroy our God-given
elements for the amighty dollar.
I hey will pay no Taylor
County taxes, and our properties
\%ill go do\n in ,alue--even
though we may have a few more
jobs. The\ will bring their people
and Tallahassee in--which will
again weed out a lot of Taylor
County good jobs.
Taylor County cannot stand any
more pollution. But here it comes-
-read\; or not!'They will pollute
our atmosphere and change our
landscapes with high voltage
power poles. They will clog up
our railroad crossings \wuh coal
cars. They \ ill ruin our whole
way of life--our fishing, our
hunting, our gulf, our riers, our
lakes, our water table, our Nature
Coast. our wildlife etc.. etc.
Most of all. our health will be
in serious trouble. We may have
contaminated wells, cannot drink
the water, eat the food. or breathe
the air. We will never be able to
clean up the mess.
A few people are going to make
a lot of money on this. It reeks of


abuse, harassment or threats. I
have lost respect for you.
You people, who are doing this,
are our "shepherds," who are
leading us into the "valley of the
shadow of death." I fear no evil. I
will pray for you.
Sincerely,
Elizabeth Sadler


Donations sought

FPA pockets and so, at this time, we
Continued from page 2 turn to the community who has
the ability to ensure that no child helped so graciously in the past.
tarts school empy handed. Please feel free to stop by our
starts school empty handed.
The Tri-Copunt Foster Parent Heartland House IT, located at 800
The Tn-Countv Foster Parent W.. Ash.St..(behind.Senior
W.. Ash St. (behind Senior
Association is a non-profit Ash St. (behindSenior
SServices), or call 850-584-7724.
organization made up of and run H H i
by local fosier families. We are The Heartland House is open
not state funded and look o Monday-Thursday from 9 a.m. to
not sutae funded and look to "2 p.m.
donations to keep up our program. .
\\e surT\ve solely on donations, Thank you.
fund-raisers and dues from our own .Samantha Ingle, TCFPA



Who is uninformed?


Dear Editor:
I have ready every letter to the
editor, pro and con. concerning the
electric plant. I think that it is a
great service that you give to the
public to allow them to voice
their opinions and their concerns.
I, for one, would like to thank you
for the pri% ilege. I think that every
person having the right to express
their opinions is one of the great
things about being an American.
However. one of your letter
writers. whose letter was printed
on July 27, seems to suggest that
- if you do not believe as he does.
you are uninformed and are
ignorant about the operation of a
coal-fired plant. I wonder if he is
not the most uninformed of all the
others that have written about the
plant. It is obvious that he does
not know that a couple of years
ago President Bush effectively
destroyed the Clean Air Standards
Act by allowing coal-fired plants
15 more years to come into


compliance
Reading between the lines in his
letter. I gel the impression that he
is a good loyal union member
who had a certain amount of
money each pay day deducted from
his wages to pay someone to keep
him well informed about what to
think and say.
A lot ot people retired Irom the
area where they had coal-fired steel
mills and coal-fired electric plants
Sand moved into the wonderful
environment of Taylor County.
After they live here awhile, some
of them would like to make, i
more like where they came from
Rather than going back to whence
the) came.
There was one thing in his letter
that was on target, and that was
his comparison of a 2006 Ford to
the 50s and 60s model cars. A 50s
or 60s model Chevrolet would get
better mileage, put out less
pollution, out perform and would
probably outlast two 2006 Fords.
H. T. Baxter


Resident disturbed by vandalism


Dear Editor:
It really doesn't surprise me,
There is a great deal of back
stabbing and spite in this town.
Like in an\ other small town,
man. people are afraid to speak
their convictions openly because
they fear being challenged on their


beliefs. Because of this they talk
behind your back.
Some are even prone to perform
the cowardly act of destroying
someone else's property. Recently
one of these unfortunate,
cowardly, souls has taken to
throwing eggs at my car. The


Need baby food or


juice? Call Heartland


Dear Editor:
The Heartland House II in Perr\
has jars of baby food, baby juice
and boxes of baby cereal to give'to-
anyone in need. If you are need or
if you know of anyone in need of:
these supplies, please call 850-
584-7224. These items are in
limited supply :nd will be given-


free to those in need bnly,
The Heartland House II is
supported and run by the Tri-
County Foster Parent-
Association.. We are a non-profit
organization. .
S Thank you,
S .Samantha Ingle, T.CFPA


Proud coach speaks out
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COACH
Continued-from page 2
tam. "Go for." She spent man.
hours on the telephone making
sure our uniforms were done right
and that they would make it on
time. making sure our
accommodations were right, and
making sure my books were done
right. Thanks for everything.
And many thanks to my two
coaches, Danny Glover and Justin
Knowles, who each ga\e 110
percent every lime, all the time,


giving up their free time and.
putting their girlfriends on hold. I
Sam very proud of these two young
men for the hard work,
determination and devotion they
put forth.
And a \ery special thanks to my
ife,-Rita. for putting up \w ith me
and supporting me this season.
Once again,i thanks to e eryone
:who made this season a success. It
took a total team effort and I am .
very proud to be a part of it
S : Thanks again,
Coach Jeff Walker


cow yards sneak around under cover
of darkness, not daring to show
their faces in the day light and
throw things at my car.
I suppose, they lack the
intestinal fortitude to confront a
70-year-old crippled Korean War
Veteran face to face. What a shame
these people are so ashamed of
what they are doing. they can't
summon, the courage to do these
things in broad daylight. -
The problem is, they know
what they are doing is wrong, but
even in their church they profess a
faith in God while doing this kind
Sof thing outside of their church. In
case you don't recognize it, this is
bigotry.
I'find I have great sympathy for
these people,, who will one day
have the leave the cover of their,
mommie's, home and 'have
to face life on their ownl. Knowing
Only how to lie, cheat and sneak
under cdver of darkness, what good
will they be to the society we
know today What good will they,
be to Perry?
During the daylight hours they
hide themselves under flat rocks,
afraid to even call up on the phone "
an-d take credit for what they have
Done. This is the kind of thing one
would expect of a disturbed child
or an adult-with a disturbed child's
mind.
Robert P. Herbst


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a name and daytime contact
phone number. "
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big mone\ and bribery. What they.
Share doing is wrong, for "we, the
people," are being 'robbed of our
constitutional rights again to vote
: on the matter.
If you want this, fine. Count
me out of Taylor County. M\
roots are here, but I will pull up
roots, I will not take any more


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interfere with our county being
selected by the power companies
as the first choice. I want us to
explore this opportunity. I look
forward to the public hearings that
accompany the permitting process.
I know those public hearings will
include both economic benefits
and pollution facts. I fee likejI
need the permitting process public
'hearings in order to make a


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c-1 The Taco Times August 3, 2005


TAYLOR 2,F.5 COUNTY


Bells ring, doors open to 3,500 students


Principals, teachers and staff
began their first official day of
school Monday, Aug. 1, but spent
the bulk of the day in faculty and
other meetings in preparation for,
approximately 3,500 students who
will descend upon the school
district Monday, Aug. 8.
Anyone visiting the schools
before Monday, however, could
see the hard work and time which
dedicated teachers had already
invested in their classrooms,
evidenced by newly dressed
bulletin boards and other


classroom improvements.
* "There are wonderful things
happening in our school district,"
said Superintendent of Schools
'Oscar Howard.
"We've had some set-backs in
the past, but my staff and I feel
that we are headed in the right
direction to make all our schools
'honor roll schools'," he added. .
From new security measures at
each school to new paint jobs and
an overall "sprucing-up" of the
campuses--the schools are
undergoing facelifts inside and out.


14ew technology now allows
parents to monitor their child's
grades and homework, along with
absences and tardin child.
Taylor County High School
received a new Phone Master
System, which,will call parents
when students are absent, and each
classroom now has a telephone.
There is also a! new district-wide
paging system which can be.
utilized in emergencies.
. TCHS has several, new
classroom teachers, along with a


new varsity head coach and band
director.
.In facility improvements,
Steinhatchee School will have a
new $3 million gymnasium, upon
completion


"We still have a way to go,"'
said Howard. "We're like any other
school district in the nation. You
strive to be better and better, and
that's what we're doing.
"We have new teachers, new


technology and new programs
installed so I'm very proud of.
what we've accomplished here," he
added. "We're just looking forward
to giving our kids the best
education possible."


EADI90-120 minutes of daily,
Uninterrupted instruction


The district has been planning
and preparing all summer to get
ready for the 2005-06 school year,
according to, Director ,of
Instruction Wanda Kemp. Here are
some changes parents and students
can expect this year:
K-2 students will receive a
minirimum of 120 minutes of
uninterrupted reading instruction
daily;
S3-5 grade students will receive
a minimum of 90 minutes of
uninterrupted reading instruction
daily;.
6-12 grade students who need
additional assistance to reach grade
level in reading will receive a
minimum of 90 minutes of'
reading instruction daily;
* Two reading resource teachers
at TCHS to work daily -with Level


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1 students to help them reach
reading proficiency;
A new Skills Lab at TCHS to
provide educational technology
assistance for all students.
A strong Home-School
Connection is essential to positive
parental involvement. The
following activities during the
coming year will strengthen this
vital link, Marsh said.
Four community outreach
programs at various locations
throughout the district to provide
an open, public forum for parental
communication.and participation;
District provided transportation
to home-school connection
activities at each school; schools
will provide parents with
necessary information during
orientation and open house;


Parent liaison at Perry Primary
School; and
Improved parent communi-
cation through regular progress
monitoring reporting to parents;
EdLine; and the district web-page.
"We are so fortunate to live in
the United States, where free
public education is available to all
children," said Kemp. "Education
helps children fulfill their dreams
and all of us in the Taylor County
School System are dedicated to
providing our children with the
best education possible.
"You have an open invitation to
join us in this effort, as we strive
to help all our children's dreams
become reality. In doing so, we'll
not only improve their lives, but
the quality of our community as
well," She added.


Anticipating Mopday's rush...
Ashley DeGuire, Heather Locklear and Laura Greg
Perry Primary School this week, preparing for the
appear on their doorstep Monday, Aug. 8.


were waist-deep in student files at
crowd of new students which will


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The Taylor County Bulldog Band is enduring "extreme heat" for practice sessions this week, under the leadership of new
director, Brett Wilson.


TCHS welcomes parents


every Monday evening


By SANDY HENDRY
TCHS vice principal
Exciting changes and
opportunities in academics and
extracurricular activities await the
students, parents and teachers of
Taylor County High School,
when students return Aug. 8.
Curriculum changes will better
meet the needs of all students.
Students being challenged by the
FCAT will receive scientifically
research-based instruction during a
30-minute literacy period.
Students at risk of failing the
FCAT will also be provided an
additional 30 minutes of intense
reading instruction by two
new reading resource teachers.
Those students who have passed
the FCAT or who have
demonstrated mastery of the
Sunshine State Standards tested on
the FCAT will be provided with
an array of courses during the
literacy period to meet their needs.
Among these courses are
advanced reading courses focusing
on college bound reading lists,
ACT/SAT preparatory classes in
both math and reading, music or
art appreciation, a study hall for
students with intense class loads, a
media production class, a career


exploration class and even some
physical education classes.
With the focus on the FCAT
during the literacy period, our.
academic teachers will be
challenging their students with
intense instruction 'designed to
prepare them for their individual
career or college paths.
The high school is particularly
proud of the You Raise Me UP!
Mentoring Program that was
initiated last school year and that
will continue and expand with the
2005-06 school year. Each faculty
member, including the
administration, along with Oscar
Howard, the Superintendent of
Schools, and Wanda Kemp, the
Director of Instruction, has
pledged to mentor two of our
students.
The mentors strive to build a
positive relationship with their
assigned mentored student, to
increase their feeling of belonging
to the high school community.
The mentors help the mentored
student to set both academic and
personal goals to increase their
chances of success. Throughout
the school year, the mentors
communicate with their assigned
students' teachers so that successes


may be celebrated and potential
crises can be averted through an
action plan developed in
conjunction with the student, the
mentor and the classroom
teachers.
The Parent Connection is
another program that Taylor
County High School is proud to
provide. The Parent Connection,
open every Monday night from 4
to 7 p.m., is a computer lab where
parents can access Edline to check
their students' grades and
communicate with their teachers.
Parents and studerits alike will
have access to the internet for
research purposes and tutorials to
learn software programs. Students
will also have access to
instructional software to prepare
for the FCAT and college boards.
To ensure that the teachers of
Taylor County High School are
highly qualified, the
administration is providing them
with professional development
opportunities. During the first
semester, our faculty will receive
60 hours of training in how to
infuse technology into their
instruction.
The reading endorsement
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2005-

2006: CALENDAR
The Taylor County school calendar for the 2005-2006 school year is as
follows:
Teachers returned Aug. 1, while Aug. 8 is the first day for students.
Sept. 5 is the first official holiday. Labor Day, for district students.
Oct. 10 is the last day of the first nine-weeks and Oct. 14 is a student
holiday/inservice day.
The month of November gives students a holiday to celebrate
Thanksgiving, on the 23rd, 24th and 25th.
Dec. 16 is the last day of the second nine-weeks and the last day before
the Christmas holidays.
Jan. 2 is a student holiday, with students returning to school on the 3rd.
Martin Luther King Day holiday will be celebrated on Jan. 16.
Feb. 20 is President's Day holiday, and March 8 is the last day of the
third nine-weeks. Spring break will be March 20-24.
April 14 is a holiday for Good Friday and May 18 is the last day for
students. May 19 is a swing day and the teachers' last day is May 24.


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REMEMBER THESE BUS RULES:


*Stay in your seat.
* Keep all parts of your body inside
the bus.


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S'Running a school office is a lot like running a small country, as these three can attest. Shown
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the leadership of Coach Price
Harris. the coaches'and athletes are
being challenged to excel on the
football field, in the classroom.
and in their personal lies. The
community 's first opportunity\ to
see the football team in action
will be the first home game on
Friday. Aug 26. against Chiple\.
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good bjnd performing the fight
song to encourage the team and
the fans. This school year the
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Wednesday, Aug. 3 thru Friday, Aug. 5

Ballet Pointe Tap Jazz
Hip Hop Clogging
Musical Theatre Ballroom
Gymnastics Cheerleading
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for their performances, the band is
enduring extreme heat as the\
spend this ,\eek in Band Camp.
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to kno\\ that \ e are excited about
the challenges we face. \\e know
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2005-2006 Taylor County District


School Bus Schedul


Bus 1: Doris Neel
Destination: TCMS
Stop Time Location
1 6:40 1017 E. Main
2 6:43 602 Hawthrone St
3 6:48 114 Worley Way
4 6:49 104 Elizabeth Lane
5 6:53 500 Plantation Road
6 6:56 Traywick/Walter Smith
7 6:58 LandryRoad
8 7:02 19280 Woodmore Ave
9 7:07 Judson Drive
10 7:08 Puckett Rd/Woodgate
11 7:09 205 Cypress Road
12 7:10 Pine/McCall Street
13 7:11 Puckett Rd/Southem Villa
14 7:12 Puckett Rd/Davis Rd
15 7:15 Park Street
16 7:16 Old Dixie Hwy/Pruitt
17 7:17 Old Dixie Hwy/Dove
18 7:18 Old Dixie Hwy/Huba
19 7:20 126 S. Orange Street
20 7:22 .1201 S. Center Street
21 7:23 Quail/Wilson Street
22 7:25 Carter/Bacon Street
23 7:27 9125 Tom Moore Ave.
24 7:30 TCMS

Bus 2: Gall Weatherly
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:39 187 Olan Murphy Road
2 6:40 220 Olan Murphy Road
3 6:45 8580 Potts Still Road
4 6:50 8442 Keaton BeachRd
5 6:52 8990 Keaton Beach Rd.
6 6:54 1811 Kelly Grade/B. Gunte
7 6:57 8330 K. Beach/G. Brwn
8 7:00 1940 Ellison Gamble Rd
9 7:01 1860 Ellison Gamble Rd
10 7:03 7100 Keaton Beach Road
11 7:05 1465 Harold Davis Road
12 7:07 6667 Keaton BeachRoad
13 7:09 6437 K.Beach/Dulin Ln
14 712 1283 DeweyMcGuireRd
15 7:13 1347 Dewey McGuireRd
16 7:15 1749 DeweyMcGuireRd
17 7:25 TCMS

Bus 3: Mary Emory
Destination: All Schools
(Special Needs)
Stop Time Location
1 6:36 2946 Dorman Road
2 6;42 .4496 Waldo Circle
3 )6:43 Richloam/Courtney Grade
4 6:50 3579 US 98 West
5 6:55 1411 OsteenRoad
6 7:10 4538 WoodsCreek Road
7 7:13 5062 Woods Creek Road
8 7:15 Barney Lane/GranthumHil
9 7:18 GranthumHill/Taylor Ln
10 7:25 TCMS


Bus 5: Shirley Stephens
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 7:00 Walter Schmit/US 27 E.
2 1:01 Mary Ester Ln/US 27E.
3 7:02 Glover Carlton Road
4 7:03 Glover Carlton Road
5 7:04 Glover Carlton Road
6 7:04 Glover Carlton Road
7 ,7:05 Glover Carllon Road
8 ,7:06 Baxter Street
9 7-07 Baxter Street
10 7:08 EustisGunteirRoad
11 7:09 Bohannon Circle
12 7:0 'Bohannon Circle
13 7:10 Bohannon Circle
14 7:11 MixonRoad
15 7:11 MixonRoad
16 7:12 Mixon Road
'17 7:12- Mixon /Ross Road
18 7:14 Lipscomb Circle
19 7:14 Lipscomb Circle
20 7:15 Lipscomb Circle
.21 7:15 Lakeside Drive
22 7:16 US27 E.
'23 7:17 'US27E.
24 7:22 Springhill Nursery Road
25 7:23 Springhill Nursery Road
* 26 7:26 TCES

Bus 7: Gloria Fiffla
Destination: TCMS
Stop Time Location
1 7:00 North Avenue
2 7:03 Martin Luther King
3 7:05 Second Street
4 7:06 :Warner Ave/Tidewater
5 7:08 .Glenn Street
6 7:10 Walnut Street
7 7:12 ; Mays SlTreel
8 7:13" Folsom Street
9 7:15 Beverly Street
10 7:16 Beverly Street
11 7:19 Goff Street
12 7:21 Swartz Street
13 7:26 TCMS

Bus 8: Tina Powell
Destination: All Schools
(Special Needs)
Stop Time Location
1 6:29 140 S.W.Wilson Comer
2 6:38 12573 Earl Blanton Rd
3 6:52 3940 Eddie Page Road
4 7:10 2635 Sidney Blanton Rd
5 7:14 104 El Dorado Drive
6 7:18 106 El Psado Driver
7 7:25 TCHS

iBus 9:1 Ena Reed


Destination: TCHS,
StpD Time Location
1 6:55 Main St/Blair Street


6:57
7:00
7:03
7:05
7:07
7:11
7:12
7:13
7:14
7:18
7:19
7:22
7:23
7:26
7:27
7:28
7:29
7:30
7:32
7:33
7:35
7:38


404 N. Washington St
504 Maurice Linton Rd.
610 Plantation Road
Walter Smith/Cashmore
3545 Woodmore Lane
201 Southwood Drive
Puckett Rd/Woodgate
Puckett Rd/Pine Road
220 Puckett Road
Quail/Wilson Street
Quail/Carter Street
Church St/Bryant Street
Church St/US 19
Main St/Wilder St.
Wilder St/Leoif Street
Julia Drive/eterans Dr.
s Julia St/J. Louque Drive
919 W. Ash Street
1419 N. Springfield.
211 W. Cedar Street
103 W. Ash Street
TCHS


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Bus 10: Mary Scott
Destination: Perry Primary
Stop Time Location
I 7:05 Church St/Alston
2 7:08 Woodridge Apartments
3 7:12 Warner/Glenn Street
4 7:14 Walnut Street
5 7:16 Walnut St/Buffalo
6 7:18 Dupont Avenue
7 7:20 Folsom St/Dupont
8 7:22 Folsom St/Buffalo
9 7:25 S. Beverly Street
10' 7:27 W. Beverly Street
11 7:29 -Folsom Street
12 '7:31 Wamer St/Tidewater
13 7:36 W. Drew Street
14 7:37 W. Green Street
15 7:40 E. Green St/Blair St.
16 7:42 Perry Primary


Bus 11: Linda Faircloth
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:20 9940 Spring Warrior Rd.
2 6:30 2700 Dorman Road
3, 6:32 2840 PuckettRoad
4 6:34 6390 Puckett Road
5 6:38 5761 Freeman Road
6' 6:40 5400 Puckett'Road
7 6:44 6385 Potts Still.Road
8 6:48 1775 Louzetti Lane
9 6:49 1611 James Carlton Rd
10 6:53 .522 E. Davis Walker Rd
1. 6:57 5665 Pons Still Road
1-2 7:00 505 Bradshaw Bl4i'
13 7:01 4890 Bradshaw Blvd
141 7:03 Webster Rd/Bradshaw
15 7:05 4151 Puckett Road
1 16 7:07 1511 Houck Road
17 7:08 1617 Houck Road
18 7:09 2069Houck Road
19 7:10 -3491 Sullivan Road
S 20 7:11 843 Pine Bluff Road
21 7:12 1835 PineBluffRoad
22 7:14 1767 Pine BluffRoad
23 7:15 1755 Pine BiuffRoad
24 7:16 1528 Pine-BluffRoad
25- 7:18 1325 Pine Bluff Rd
26, 7:20- 3761 Cash Road
27 7:22 3500 Cash Road
28 7:24 1035 Houck Road
29: '7:25 3329 Pucket Road
30. 7:30 TCMS

Bus 12: Shelia Sadler
Destination: All Schools
(Special Needs)
Stop Time Location
1 6:25 17071 E. RoyalOak Dr
2 6:35 14448 South Gulf Manor
3 6:40 1911 Ocean PondDrive,
4 6:45 1628 Fox Hunters Road
5 7:00 9442 Keaton Beach Road
6 7:05 1860 Ellison Gamble Rd
7 7:10 1880 Donald Russell Rd
8 7:20 115 Lewis Drive
9 7:35 TCMS

Bus 13: Bertha Bryant
Destination: TCHS
Stop Time Location
1 7:00 W. Hampton Springs Avc
2 7:02 Bryant Street
3 7:04 N. Ave/Swartz Street
4 7:06 Second Street
5 7:08 Joann Street
S 6 7:09 Sandra Street
7 7:11 Warner Street
8 7:13 Walnut Stret
9 7:14 Folsom Street
10 715 Beverly Street
1 7:16 Beverly Street
12 7:19 GoffStreet,
13 7:20 Schwartz Street
14 7:22 W. Willow Street
15 7:28 TCHS

Bus 16: Tammy Sadler
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location.
1 6:15 22735 CR361/FishCrk
2 6:19 22137S. GulfviewDriv
3 6:21 Beach Rd/Cedar Island
4 6:23 21160 Spoonbill Road
5 6:24 1029 Meeting House Rd
6 6:25 2730 Sandhill Road
7 6:29 19513 S. Jody Morgan
8 6:32 230 Antler Lane
9 6:34 18511 Bambi Court
10 6:36 19655 Jody Morgan Rd
11 6:37 19752 Jody Morgan Rd
12 6:39 Beach Road/Boat Ramp
13 6:41 Beach Rd/Corer Store
14 6:43 1787 J.L. Gibson Road
15 6:48 16984 Keaton Beach Rd


16599 Keaton Beach Rd
17071 E. Royal Oak Dr
17060 Clearwater Creek
16700 E. Royal Oak Dr
TCMS


Bus 18: Lisa Meacham
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:35 Beach Rd/Yates Creek
2 6:37 Yates Creek/Bonita
3 6:39 Yates Creek/Snapper
4 6:41 Yates Creek/Fiddler Way
5 6:45 16691 W. Royal Oak Dr
6 6:50 2969 Sea Oak Loop
7 6:51 15810 Shell Drive
8 6:52 15547 Seagrass Drive
9 6:53 15705 Starfish Drive
10 6:56 Sea Oak Loop
11 6:58 2680 Sea Oak Drive
12 7:10 6056 Keaton Beach Road
13 7:11 5950 Keaton Beach Road
14 7:13 5511 Keaton Beach Road
.15 7:15 5390 Keaton Beach Road
16 7:18 5511 Beach Road
17 7:30 TCMS

Bus 20: Donna Faircloth
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:40 5119 Bryant Russell Rd
2 6:42 5570 Bryant Russell Rd
3 6:43 5523 Bryant Russell Rd
4 6:48 4872 Bethea Road
5 6:55 3535 Henry Lee Road
6 6:56 5211 Turner Road
7 6:57 4868 Turner Road
8 6:58 4556 Turner Road
9 6:59 4380 Turner Road
10 7:00 6519 S. Red Padgett Rd
11 7:01 7185 S.RedPadgettRd
12 7:02 7330 S. Red Padgett Rd
13 7:03 7504 S. Red Padgett Rd
14 7:04 2600 Lonnie Houck Rd
15 7:05 5260 US 19 S.
16 7:06 2526 Shipman Lane
17 7:07 2540 Shipman Lane
18 7:08 2660 Shipman Lane
19 7:10 6052 H.P. Padgett Rd
20 7:12 5520 H.P. Padgett Rd
21 7:13 3149 Foley Cut OffRd
22 7:14 3073 Foley Cut OffRd
23 7:20 3045 Foley Cut OffRd
24 7:21 2681 Foley Cut OffRd
25 7:22 1533 BuckeyeNursery
26 '724 Buckeye Nursery Rd
27 7:25 1192 Buckeye Nursery
i 28 7:30 + TCES



Bus 22: Theresa Woods
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 7:00 S. Jefferson/Radio Shack
2 7:02 S. Jefferrson/Jackson's
3 703 US 19 S.Mexican Rest:
4 .7:04 US 19 S./Taco Saw
5 7:05 US 19 S./T&CMHP
6 7:07 Jackson Road
7 7:08 Highland Rd/Lewis Dr.
8 7:09 RDS/Airport Drive
9 7:10 TTI/Industrial Pk Drive
10 7:12 US 19 S./Everett's MHP
11 .7:13 US 19 S./BP Store
12 7:15 US 19 SJSouthern Oaks
13 7:17. US 19 S;
14 7:18 US 19 S./Chevron Station
15 7:19 US 19 S/King Tree Video
16 7:20 Woods Street
17 7:23 E. Center Street
18 7:25 US 19 S./Burger King
19 7:27 Jefferson/Howells Offiice
20 7:30 S.Center Street
S 2,1 7:33 TCMS

S Bus 23: Flora Jean Brown
S Destination: TCES
Stop Time Location
1 7:00 Susan Street
S2 7:06 Sandra Street
3 7:09 Pate Street
4 7:10 Second Street
5. ,7:11 Glenn Street
:6 7,:12r Walnut Street
7 7:13 Dupont Street.
e 8 7:14 Buffalo Place
9 7:. '715 Beverly Street
10 7:16 Beverly Street
11 7:17 Folsom Street
12 7:20 Warner Street
13 7:25 North Avenue
14 7:30 TCES


Bus 24: Belinda Cruce
Destination:. TCES
Stop Time Location
1 6:40 E. Ellis St/Orange Street
2 6:42 Lafayatte/Orange Street
3 6:43 615 N. Jefferson Street
4 6:45 Washington/Richmond St
5 6:46 316 E. Richmond Street
6 6:48 Center St/Dowling Street
7 6:49 Pace Dr/Mantanztas St.
8 6:50 Timberland/Briarwood
9 6:52 205 W. Oak Street
e 10 6:53 N. Springfield/Cedar St
11 6:55 Ash St/Cherry Street
12 6:56 1210 N. Cherry Street
13 6:57 409 W. Cherry Street
14 6:58 Calhoun St/Florida Street
15 6:59 Faulkner St/Jack-N-Jill
16 7:01 Veterans/Wilder Street
17 7:02 Wilder/Leon Street
18 7:04 Leon St/Calhoun Street
19 7:06 Green St/Episcopal Ch
20 7:08 Willow St/N.Bryant St.
21 7:10 905 W. Willow Street
22 7:11 Malloy Street/Swartz St.
23 7:13 Homer J. Smith Ave.


Bryant/Bacon Street
Woodridge Apartments
Woodard/Colson Street
TCES


Bus 26: Linda Miles


Destination:


Time
6:35
6:39
6:40
6:43
6:46
6:47
6:48
6:49
6:50
6:51
6:56
6:58
7:00
7:03
7:04
7:06
7:10
7:11
7:13
7:14
7:16
7:18
7:19
7:20
7:21
7:22
7:23
7:24
7:26
7:28
7:30
7:33


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3
4
5
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32


Perry Primary
Location
315 Maurice Linton Rd
Puckett Rd/Davis Drive
Puckett/Southern Villas
301 Judson Drive
214 Majorie Drive
200 Woodgate Drive
102 Pine Road
105 Me Call Street
217 Cypress Road
205 Cypress Road
1928 Woodmore Rd'
228 Landry Road
114 Traywick Drive
123 Pine Tree Road
140 Regina Road
323 Plantation Road
116 Dodge Drive
214 Tippett Drive
17055 Old Dixie/Pruitt
Old Dixie Hwy/Huba St
Little Lamb/ Washington
916 J. Tom Moore St
1201 S. Center Street
Quail St/Robin St.
Wilson St/Quail St
808 Granger Drive
Wilson St/Graham St
808 E. Paige St
Bacon St/Alvarez St.
595 E. US 27
127 Bullen Street
Perry Primary


Bus 28: Betty Jo Cannon
Destination: TCES


Stop
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16
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27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34


Time
6:19
6:22
6:25
6:26
6:27
6:30
6:32
6:34
6:35
6:38
6:39
6:44
6:45
6:48
6:49
6:50
6:55
6:56
6:58
7:00
7:01
'7:02
7:03
7:05
7:06
7:07
7:08
7:09
7:10
7:12
7:15
7:18
7:19
7:25


Location
215 N. Orange Street
1105 S. Orange Street
Puckettt Rd/Davis Dr.
Puckett/Southern Villas
Puckett/Pineview Apts
201 Southwood Drive
301 Judson Drive
218 Majorie Drive
112 Woodgate Drive
205 Cyprress Road
Pine Rd/Cypress Street
1830 Woodmore Drive
1928 Woodmore Drive
125 Poppell Drive
101 Crit Jones Drive
Traywick St/Crit Jones
Pine Tree Rd/Regina
Plantation Rd/Miller Dr
103 Tippett Drive
1201 S. Center Street
Little Lamb/Washtington
Good Shepherd Day Care
.912 J. Tom Moore St.
Alvarez St/Paige Street
810 E. Paige Street
812 E. Granger Street
615 E. Granger Street
606 E. Granger Street
Refuge House/M. Linton
Blair/Green Street :
129 Bullen Lane
Main St/Clark Street
314 N. Clark Street
TCES


Bus 29: Linda Kay Johnson
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:40 4019 SidHendry Road
2 6:42 5877 Woods Creek Road
3 6:43 5738 Woods Creek Road
4 6:45 4207 Bill Carlton Road
5 6:46 4018 Bill Carlton Road
6 ,6:48 4726 Granthum Hill Rd
7 6:49 2469 James Lane
8 6:50 2395 James Lane
9 6:51 2355 James Lane
10 6:55 4686 Woods Creek Road
.11 6:58 3606 Woods Creek Road
12 6:59 138 Osteen Road
13 7:02 3262 Beasley Williams Rd
14 7:06 138 Osteen Road
15 7:09 2893 McKinley Maddox Rd
16 7:10 3067 McKinley Maddox Rd
17 7:12 2686 Woods Creek Road
18 7:15 2381 Woods Creek Road
19 7:25 TCMS

Bus 30: Wendy Slaughter
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:55 1701 AbnerLane
,2 6:57 1501 Pharo Morgan Rd
3 6:58 2110 Wilder Creek
4 6:59 2111 Canopy Lane
5 7:00 2988 Morgan Whiddon
6 7:01 C.J. Johnson Road
7 7:02 2956 Johnson Stripling
8 7:08 3450 Spees Harris Lane
9 7:09 1451 Bernard Johnson
10 7:10 2080 Bernard Johnson
11 7:11 2981 Bernard Johnson
12 7:15 Glennis Cruce Road
13 7:20 3300 James Smith Road
14 7:23 810 Sam Poppell Road
15 7:24 2220 Sam Poppell Road
16 7:25 608 Sam Poppell Road
17 7:27 1963 Johnson Stripling
18 7:28 1874 Johnson Stripling
19 7:29 1403 Johnson Stripling
20 7:30 TCHS

Bus 31: Dinah McGuire
Destination: Perry Primary
Stop Time Location
1 7:00 509 E. Bay Street


Leon/Washin
401 E. Ash Si
Cherry Dr/Hi
Oak Street
Bowers St/N.
Cedar St/N. S
Nursing Hoir
Julia Dr/Vete
Wilder St/Lo
Leon St/Calb
Faulkner St/J
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Cherry Dr/Ca
Washington/i
Bryant St/Ba
Perry Primarl


Bus 33: Catherine Woo
Destination: All School
Stop Time Location
1 6:00 Andrew.Wo(
2 6:12 Fish Creek R
3 6:14 BP Station/f
4 6:15 Old US 19/S
5 6:18 16363 US 1I
6 6:19 US 19 S. Sal
7 6:21 Parker Stephl
8 6:26 Newman /W
9 6:32 9500 Carbut
10 6:35 9152 E. Jod
11 6:39 7420 JodyIk'
12 6:40 7225 Jody
13 6:44 13445 Radc
14 6:46 13275 Radc
15 6:58 7460 Airpot
16 7:04 10468 US 1I
17 7:06 10289 Josh.
18 7:10 11979 Josh
19 7:15 9601 Athen
20 7:17 9380 Roben6
21 7:22 2646 USl 9:
22 7:23 5609 US 19,
23 7:32 TCES

Bus 35: Akista Anders,
Destination: All School
Stop Time Location
1 7:04 Woods Creek 1-,
2 7:05 Woods Creek T1
3 7:07 Woods Creek ]
4 7:10 McClellan'Pi,
5 7:12 Millinor Road :
6 7:13 Kasper St/Mill
7 7:14 El Primeros/A
8 7:15 El Dorado/Asl
9 7:17 ElCammo'EI
10 7:18 El Pasado
11 .1: 7:25 ., TCHS

Bus 38: Jona Andersol
Destination: All Scho(
Stop Time Location
1 6:47 3370 US 27 E
2 6:50 3134 Henry C
3 6:51 2905 Henry C
4 6:54 5508 Fenhollk
'5 7:00 8950 US 27 EF,
6 7:10 3667 San Ped
7 7:11 3501 San Ped
8 7:15 1840 San Ped
9 7:18 1885 Holly D
10 7:21 2680 Ellison ]I
11 7:22 Ellison Road/
12 7:23 635 Hingson
13 7:24 Pinecrest Stre
14 7:25 Pinecrest/M)i,
15 7:27 TCHS

Bus 44: Willa Deen Pa
Destination: All Schoo
Stop Time Location
1 6:30 215 Bird P
2 6:35 Jiffey Stori-
3 6:40 SR 51/Sug
4 6:55 Jake Stanl
5 7:00 Bob Tuck
6 7:10 Kellvy Grac
7 7:12 Kell Grac
8 7:15 US 19 S./
9 7:17 Dean Roat
10 7:18 Dean Roa
11 7:19 Dean Roai
12 7:20 Dean Roa
13 7:21 6580 US:i
14 7:27 TCES

Bus 45: Hilda Pitts
Destination: All Scho
Stop Time Location
i 6:15 MandalayRi
2 6:24 Nut-All Ris
3 6:26 Nut-All Rise
4 6:40 US 98/Po6we
5 6:55 David Horl
6 6:57 4057 US 98
7 6:58 4051 US 98
8 6:59 4017 US 98
9 7:00 US 98 WM
10 7:02 3333 US 98,
11 7:03 1982 Kinse)
12 7:04 Dice Road
13 7:05 1850 Dice F
14 7:07 2324 US 98
15 7:08 US 98 W/K
16 7:09 US 98 West
17 7:10 250 Jenkins
18 7:12 Jenkins Rd/
19 7:13 143 Jenkin-
20 7:15 IlliJen .
21 7:19 1322 US 91
22 7:20 1266 US 9
23 7:25 TCHS

Bus 46: Karen Carit:
Destination: All Schc
Stop Time Locatio.
1 6:40 4450 M
2 6:42 2545 W
3 6:45 2525 Be


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7:14
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2879 Boyd Road
3489 Boyd Road
4359 US 19 N.
4167 US 19 S.
3810 Eddie Page Road
Eddie Page Road
3341 Harrison Blue Rd
H.Blue Rd/Box Canyon
3665 Harrison Blue Rd
3965 Harrison Blue Rd
4138 Harrison Blue Rd
1307 US 19 N/Northside
US 19 S/Wayside Apts
1578 Courtney Road
1654 Courtney Road
1870 W.T. Grubbs Road
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7:23
7:28


Freeman-Courtney Road
2131 PaulPoppell Road'
2064 Paul Poppell Road
1885 Paul Poppell Road
1637 Paul Poppell Road
1457 Paul Poppell Road
Arrowhead Ln/P. Poppell
Wells Drive/P. Poppell
1010 N. Page Road
Kays Rd/PageRoad
2769 W. Page Road
1160 S.'Faif Rtad& '
1110 Fairview Drive
1130 Fairview Drive
1147 Glenway Drive
1023 Glenway Drive
1480 N. Reddick Drive
2070 W. Reddick Drive
2270 Sidney Blanton Rd
2346 Sidney Blanton Rd
2464 Sidney Blanton Rd
2631 Sidney Blanton Rd
2140 Fern Street
TCHS


Bus 5i: Cynthia Cutter


Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:20 1890 Ocean Pond
2 6:23 14448 Gulf Manor
3 6:25 13769 N. Gulf Manor
4 6:27 14180 Carribeand ourt
5 6:30 2860 Ocean Pond Drive
6 6:34 13845 Beach Road
7 6:36 12739 Beach Road
8 6:38 12719 Warrior Creek Road
9 6:40 1670 Dennis Howell Road
10 6:42 2657 Dennis Howell Road
11.. 6:49 1628 Foxhunlers Road
12 6:50 1822 Foxhunlers Road
13-, 6:55 .11741 Beach Road
14 6:56 3350 Ma'Dixon Road
15. 6:57 2089 Ma Dixon Road
16 6:58 824 Ma Dixon Road
17 6:59 1725.Ma Dixon Road
18 7.'03 12221 Shorty Benloh Rd
19 7:05 '12041 Odell Musselwhite
20 7:07 12719 Warrior Creek Rd
21 7:17 593 Charles Hendry Road
22 7:18 725 Charles Hendry Road
23 7:19 752 Charles Hendry Road
24 7:20 795 Charles Hendry Road
25 7:21 CarltonCemetary Road
26. 7:27 TCES

Bus 58: Geraldine Shaw
Destination: All Schools
(Special Needs).
Stop Time Location
1 6:30 5466 Turner Road
2 6:50 3660 Bohannan Circle
3 6:55 2640 Mixon Road
4 7:05 2039 Malone Rd/US 27
5 7:10 322 Springhill Road
6, 7:15 1220 N. Jefferson.Street
7 7:25 2981 Bernard Johnson
8 7:35 1284 Helen Street.
9 7:40 300 S. Myrtle Street
10 7:42 TCHS '

Bus 60: Brenda Marachant
Destination: Steinhatchee'
School (Special Needs)
Stop Time Location
S1 7:45 2019 River Road N.E.
2 7:53 Steinhatchee School

Bus 61: Palge Proenza
Destination: All Schools
(Special Needs)


Bus 47: Thomas Gibson
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:37 Leroy Lyons/Spring Wr.
2 6:39 3818 Dove Lane
3 6:40 3420 Ma Dixon Road
4 6:41 3338 Quail Lane
5 6:49 11969 Spring Warrior Rd
6 6:52 12690 Strickland Ldg Ct
7 6:53 12580 Strickland Ldg Ct
8 6:55 13250 Strickland Ldg Dr
9 6:57 33788 Strickland Ldg Dr
)0 6:59 4621 Strickland Ldg Blv
11 7:01 12975 Spring Warrior Rd
12 702 5030 Richard Sadler Ln
13 7:03 Carl Sadler Road
14 7:04 5100 Carl Sadler Rd
15 7:05 Jones/Baumgardner Ln
16 7:10 3350 Gray Bard Lane
17 7:11 7393 Puckett Road
18 7:12 3372 Carlton Road
19 7:13 2429 Roy Freeman Road
20 7:15 3477 GolfCourse Road
21 7:17 2397 GolfCourse Road
22 7:18 2348 Golf Course Road
23 7:19 2248 Golf Course Road
24 7:20 1727 GolfCourse Road
25 7:25 TCMS

Bus 49: Erma Lewis
Dest: Gretchen EverhartIW.T.
Moore/ swift Creek
Stop Time Location
1 6:35 3488 S. Byron Butler
2 6:45 Golf Course Road
3 7:55 W.T. Moore/Gretchen
Everhart


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1209 First Ave SE
Rocky Creek Rd/CR358
417 SW/CR 361
325 SW 24.8 Avenue
1401 SW 248 Avenue
SW 248,Ave/J.B. Lytle
CR 358 SW
389 SW 820 Street
1603 Rives Avenue
1620 First Avenue
1600 Central Avenue
223 NE SR 51
Webster MPH/SR 51
2019 River RdNE-
456 Kings Creek Circle
465 Kings Creek Circle
532 Kings Creek Circle
1417 First Avenue N.
1016 Second Avenue NE
Duncan Ln/Gray Lane
401 Robin Lane
308 NW Robin Lane
Steinhatchee School


Bus 69: Alice Johnson
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location


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Green Farm Road
Roberts Aman/Kings TP
Lonnie Wilson Rd
Fortner Circle
Formtner Circle
Former Circle
1873 Shiloh Church Rd
114 W. Kennedy Street
1900 Belt's Road
2783 Pisgah Road
3579 Slaughter Road
A Young Road
A. Young Road
A. Young Road
,3109 Slaughter Road
3075 Slaughter Road
2193 Hugh Lilliot Rd


2062 Hugh Lilliot Rd
2382 A.V. Brannen Rd
2775 M.L. Fleming Rd
2354 Parker Road
1929 US 221 N.
1904 US 221 N.
US 221 N.
370 Will Clark Rd
1812 US 221 N.
TCHS


Stop Time Location
1 6:36 307 S. Hinley Street
2 6:39 212 E. Ellis Street
3 6:41 315 Maurice Linton Rd
4 6:46 Bryant St/Bacon Street
5 6:49 1612 Givens Street
6 6:52 Warner/Glenn Street
7 6:55 180 W. Walnut Street
8 6:58 116 Jo Ann Street
9 7:00 2020 US 98 W
10 7:03 3830 US 98 W
11 7:08 Swartz St/Malloy St.
12 7:12 704 W. Veterans Drive
13 7:16 Calhoun St/Florida St.
14 7:18 111 E. Richmond Street
15 7:21 909 E. Bay Street
16 7:25 TCES

Bus 64: Lacretia McDonald
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:25 4457 Waldo Circle
2 6:26 4522 Waldo Circle
3 6:27 4541 Waldo Circle
4 6:28 4562 Waldo Circle
5 6:30 4337 Waldo Circle
6 6:32 4496 Waldo Circle
7 6:35 Shelby Lane
8 6:37 Richloam Rd/Courtney
9 6:40 5590 Courtney Grade
10 6:43 .BoCruceRd/Courtney'
11 6:45 6745 Courtney Grade
12 6:46 Dudley Benton Road
13 6:50 6922 George Page Rd
14 6:52 6758 Walter Shiver Rd
15 6:56 Range Road
16 7:00 5606 Smith Road
17 7:02 5420 Smith Road
18 7:05 5035 Hampton Springs Rd
19 7:10 US 98 W/Eston Strickland
20 7:13 2828 Tree Pine Lane
21 7:16 2120 Shelton Edwards Rd
22 7:25 TCES


Bus 65: Holly Ward
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:50 4360 Lyman Hendry Rd
2 6:54 4394 Lyman Hendry Rd
3 6:57 4086 Lyman Hendry Rd
4 7:00 270 Roberts Aman Rd
5 7:04 3995 Charles Sadler Ln
6 7:06 Jerry SmithlR. Aman Rd
7 7:08 888E. Roberts Aman Rd
8 7:10 877 E.Roberts Aman Rd
9 7:12 1189'RobertsAmanRd
10 7:14 1338 James Cannon Rd
11 7:17 4320 Coote Sadlet Rd
12 7:19 4480 Coote Sadler Rd
13 7:22 395 AL. Suber Road
14 7:23 Joel Aman Road
15 7:25 588 Jimmy Archer Rd
16 7:27 3505 Azalea Acres
17 7:29 519 Shiloh Cometary Rd
18 7:31 2949 Green Farm Road
19 7:32 151 Leon Ward Road
20 7:33 241 Leon Ward Road
21 7:34 389 Leon Ward Road
22 7:36 2656 Green Farm Road
23 7:40 TCHS -

Bus 66: Thelma Rearden
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:45 2811 McDaniel Road
2 6:46 2799 McDaniel Road
3 6:47 2367 Audrey Johnson Rd
4 6:49 2433 Gas Plant Road
5 6:50 Gas Plant Rd/Curve
6 6:51 3286 N. Gas Plant Road
7 6:53 3353 Vera Lane.
8 6:55 3208 Vera Lane
9 6:57 1475 Pisgah Rd/US 221 N.
10 7:00 3295 US 221 N.
11 7:02 2995 US 221 N.
12 7:03 1280 T. W. Wilson Road
13 7:05 1495 T. W. Wilson Road
14- 7:07 1209 Mack Sessions Rd
15 7:08 1373 Mack Sessions Rd
'16 7:10 30 Mangum Close Rd
i7 7:12 120 Agner Acres
.18' 7:14 293 AgnerAcres
19 7:15 380 AgnerAcres
20 7:25 TCHS

Bus 68: Brenda Marchant
Destination: Steinhatchee
Stop Time Location


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2226 Post Oak Drive
2139 Post Oak Drive
Live Oak/E. Royal Oak
2450 Live Oak Road
E. Royal Oak Drive
Beach Rd/Yates Creek
Sand Dollar/Beach Road
K.Beach Corner Store
K. Beach Public Boat Rp
1066 Meeting House Rd
Cedar Island/Beach Rd
Salem Tower Rd/Beach
Stephensville Rd/Beach
110 Bird Pond Road
215 Bird Pond Road
Roys Road
Roys RdThird Street
703 Third St W.
Fifth Ave/Fourth Street
Fifth Street
Fifth Street
Fifth St/Fifth Avenue
Fourth Ave NE
Woods Mobile Home Pk
First Street
Second Avenue
Steinhatchee School


Bus 70: Cynthia Miller
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:05 11339 Adolph Kemp Rd
2 6:06 11711 Adolph Kemp Rd
3 6:12 12710 N. Adolph Kemp Rd
4 6:13 12731 N. Adolph Kemp Rd
5 6:15 14525 Mt. Gilead Road
6 6:20 4830 Mt. Gilead Road
7 6:27 10580 J.A. Davis Road
8 6:35 Mt.Gilead/Mt.GileadChurch
9 6:36 12811 Mt. Gilead Church
10. 6:42 11740 Ben Eakins Road
11 6:43 11656 Ben Eakins Road
12 6:46 9322 Wilbur Knowles Rd
13 6:51 7889 Luther Wilson Road
14 6:55 7464 Alton Wentworth Rd
15 6:56 7175 Alton Wentworth Rd
16 7:00 6593 Frank Morgan Road
17 7:02 13065 Frank Morgan Road
18 7:05 ,12573 Earl Blanton Rd
19 7:06 8572 Alton Wentworth Rd
20 7:08 9520 Alton Wentworth Rd
21 7:09 9878 Allton Wentworth Rd
22 7:25 TCHS



Bus 71: Sammy Hugger
Destination: TCMS
Stop Time Location
1 6:55 Center Street
2 6:57 Pace Street
3 6:58 200 E. Pace Street
4 .7:00 W. Ash Street
5 7:02 N. Springfield Street
6 7:03 W. Ash/N. Cherry
7 7:04 W. Julia Street
8 7:05 Wilder/Leon Street
9 7:06 Wilder/Green Street
10 7:07 Main Street
11 7:08 Schwartz Street
12 7:09 /GoffStreet
13 7:11 Susan Street
14 7:15 Joann Street
15 7:17 US 19/Westgate
16 7:18 Church Street/Woodridge
17 7:19 Bryant/Bacon Street
18 7:23 Willow Street
19 7:26 TCMS



Bus 72: Alma Harris
Destination: Perry Primary
Stop Time Location
11' 7:10 216 Ellis Street
2 7:12 205 Willow Street
3 7:13 516 Willow Street
4 ,-7:14 .., Willow Str t,1 ,,
5 7:16 102 Swartz Street'
6 7:20 200 GoffSt/King Street
7 7:23 Alice St/Sandra/Temple
8 7:25 106 Alice Street
9 7:26 Pate St/Williams/Joann
10 7:28 Second Street
11 7:29 408 Martin Luther King
12 7:30 Schwartz/Richard Bell
13 7:40 Perry Primary



Bus 74: Margie Sheffield
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:35 Morris Steen Road/Y
2 6:36 Morris Steen Rd/Rowell
3 6:40 CR 14A/Blantons
4 6:43 Loren Henderson/N. End
5 6:44 Loren Henderson/Dugger
6 6:46 Loren Henderson Road
7 6:48 Red Water Lake Road
8 6:50 Red Water Lake Road
9 6:55 Ira Smith Road
10 6:56 CRI4/Vol Fire Dept
11 6:58 Shady Grove Store
12 7:00 A GSheffield Road
13 7:05 CR 14 East/Andersons
,14 7:08 School House Road
15 7:11 Preston Sheffield Road
16 7:15 Loren Henderson/S. End
17 7:18 Lake Bird Church Road
18 7:22 US 221 N/Faircloths
19 -7:23 US 221 N/Flores
20 7:24 US 221 N/Jacksons
21 7:26 US 221 N/Whitfields
22 7:28 US 221 N/Parker Rd
23 7:31 TCHS



Bus 77: Kartene Marchant
Destination: Steinhatchee
Stone Time Location


19 7:40 171 HighlandRoad
20 7:43 315 Puckett Road
21 7:45 210 Cypress Road
22 7:50 CDC




NOTICE


Bus stop times and locations

Share subject to change due to

student enrollment and

change of addresses.


C-5 The Taco Times August 3, 2005




Child Development


Center

School Bus Routes

2005-2006

Bus 17: Coretha Russell
Destination: CDC
Stop Time Location
1 6:00 11711 Adolph Kemp Rd
2 6:10 3845 Alton Wentworth Rd
3 6:30 5808 US 221 N.(Boyd)
4 6:33 5257US 221 N.(Boyd)
5 6:45 1451 Bernard Johnson Rd
6 6:50 Roberts Aman/Charles Sadler Rd
7 6:55 161 Agner Acres
8 6:56 120 Agner Acres
9 7:00 US 221 N. (Brannen MHP)
10 7:02 US 221 N./Cheveron
11 7:05 J. J. Blue Road
12 7:10 3117 N. Gas Plant Road
13 7:20 A. Young Road
14 7:25 5062 Woods Creek Road
15 7:27 581 McKinley/Maddox Rd
16 7:30 N. Page Road
17 7:33 1145 Glenway Drive
18 7:38 2084 Woods Creek Road
19 7:40 106 El Primeros
20 7:41 El Dorado/W. Ash Street
21 7:42 EL Dorado/El Camino
22 7:44 El Camino/El Pasado
23 7:47 Stephens St/Ash Street
24 7:50 CDC
Bus 21: Annette Horton
Destination: CDC
Stop Time Location
1 6:30 1911 Ocean Pond
2 6:45 13845 Beach Road
3 6:50 1876 Donald Russell Rd
4 6:55 5994 Beach Road
5 7:04 5570 Bryant Russell Rd
6 7:08 279 Glover Carlton Rd
7 7:13 E. Center Street
8 7:15 3735 Woods Road
9 7:17 228 Landry Road
10 7:20 114 Traywick Drive
11 7:25 112 Dodge Drive
12 7:29 615 E. Granger Drive
13 7:30 812 Granger Drive
14 7:31 811 E.Wilson
15 7:32 807 E. Paige Street
16 7:33 E. Paige Street
17 7:39 1988 Hill Road
18 7:44 1209 E.Green Street
19 7:46 1101 E. Main Street
20 7:48 314 N. Clark Street
'21 7:50 CDC

Bus 73-1 Cheryl Moore
Destination: CDC
Stop Time Location
1 6:35 1101 N. Washington
2 6:37 1824 N. Jefferson St.
3 6:39 110 High Street
4 6:40' 211 W. CedarStreet
5" 5v 6:43 21 N. Alston Street
6 6:44 416 W.Green Street
7 6:45 1007 Spring Place
8 6:46 Schwartz St/12th Street
9 6:49 King St/GoffStreet
10 6:52 145 Jenkins Road
11 6:56 105 SandraTemple of God
12 6:58 303 Sandra Street
13 6:59 204 JoAnn Street
14 7:00 226 Pate Street
15 7:02 319 Second Street
16 7:04 1106 North Avenue
17 7:07 Bryant/Bacon Street
18 7:15 CDC

Bus 73-2: Cheryl Moore
Destination: CDC
Stop Time Location
1 7:22 Campbell/Colson Street
2 7:25 709 W. Church Street
.3 7:27 Warner/Glenn Street
4 7:30 Walnut Street
5 7:32 109 Dupont Street
6 7:33 305 Folsom Street
7 7:34 205 Folsom Street
8 7:36 129 S. Beverly Street
9 7:38 112 Buffalo Place
10, 7:40 113 W. Folsom Street
11 7:43 500 S. Warner Street
12 7:47 215 E.Elllis Street
13 7:50 CDC"

Bus 75: Earilne Courtney
Destination: CDC
Stop Time Location
1 6:22 1685 Louzettie Lane
2 6:34 R. Sadler Ln/Puckett Rd
3 6:38 5924 Flounder Lane
4 6:40 Strickland Ldg/Warrior
5 6:49 Gray Bard Road
6 6:53 4481 Waldo Circle
7 6:59 8815 Range Road
8 7:05 5531 Smith Road
9 7:10 2130 Shelton Edwards
10 7:13 2614 Dice Road
11 7:16 2299 Golf Course Rd
12 7:18 2820 Golf Course Rd
13 7:21 Pine BluffRoad
14 7:25" Cash Road
15 7:29 3309 S. Byron Butler
16 7:31 3488 S. Byron Butler
17 7:36 US 19/Oak Lane
18 7:39 119 Highland Road


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Destination: All Schools
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C-6 The Taco Times August 3, 2005


Dear Parents,
The first day of school for students in the Taylor County School
District is Monday, August 8, 2005. 1 am excited about the _
prospects for the upcoming year and look forward to meeting ,
and greeting each of you as we kick off this new school term.
You will see many new faces around the schools. We've had a
very busy summer and have hired many excellent new teachers
in our schools. I am confident that you will find all of our schools
ready and willing to make this one of the best years ever for you
and your children.
We face many challenges in 2005-06. The FCAT is, as always, a
moving target that requires much hard work and study by students and staff. I know, though,
that our students and teachers and staff are up to the challenge. I know that by working
together with you, our parents, that we can succeed together. Taylor County's children are our
most precious natural resource. They deserve the best education possible. I will continue my
. commitment to you to make your children's educational experiences positive and rewarding.
As you visit our schools during this new year, you may notice that we've put up extra
fencing, installed extra locks or put up additional walls in hallways. We've done all this to
provide an extra measure of safety for your children. We ask for your patience and
understanding. It is not our intention to inconvenience you, but we put the safety and well-
being of our students first.
I ask one thing of you as the 2005-06 school year progresses. I ask that you work closely
with your child's teacher to ensure that your student is prepared daily for the challenge of
school. Check with your child's teacher, come visit the school. Talk with your child's principal.
Keep the lines of communication open and positive for the sake of your child. Let me know if
I can help in any way. Please remember that my office doors are always open to meetwith
you.
God bless you!
Respectfully,
Oscar M. Howard, jr.



TAYLOR TECHNICAL INSTITUTE
(850) 838-2545
Director: Ken Olsen (ext. 223)
Industry Services: Izell Montgomery (ext. 238)
Projects Manager: Doyle Lundy (ext. 229)
Registration: LeeAnn Tomlinson (ext. 222)
School Attendance: Susie Cruce (ext. 276)
Student Day: 8:00 2:45


TECHNICAL LEARNING CENTER
(850) 838-2550
Principal: Jim Ed Brannan
Open House: Tuesday, Aug. 23, 6:00 p.m.
School Attendance: June Morgan, 838-2550
Student Day: 7:55-2:40


TAYLOR COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL


(850)838-2525
Principal: Michael Thompson
Asst. Principal: Sandy Hendry
Deans/Resource: Ed Harvey, Pam Yates
838-4920


Freshman Orie

.Open House:
Attendance:
, Dress Code:
Guidance:


nationo: Friday, August 5
1:00-3:00 p.m.
Tuesday, August 23, 6:30 -,8:00 p.m.
Debra Mash, 838-2526
Dean's Office, 838-4920
Joe Andrews, Jan Anderson, 838-4921


Back-to-School Supplies: Guidance, 838-4921
Student Day: 7:50-3:00


TAYLOR COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL
(850) 838-2516
Principal: Paul Dyal
Asst. Principal: Jan Walker
Deans/Resource: 838-2517


*Orientation:


Friday, Aug. 5, 1:00-3:00 p.m.


Open House: Monday, Aug. 22, 7:00-8:30 p.m.I mL,~bl
Attendance: Suzanne Bassett, Reggie Wentworth, 838-2517
Dress Code: Suzanne Bassett, Reggie Wentworth, 838-2517
Back-to-School Supplies: Guidance, 838-2571
Student Day: 7:50-2:50 *Taylor County Health Department will be offering Td Booster shots
on campus for incoming seventh grade students during orientation.
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STAYLOR COUNTY
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
(850) 838-2530
Principal: Sylvia Ivey
Asst. Principal: John Davies, 838-2530, ext. 2105
Deans/Resource: Tekecia Mclntyre
838-2530, ext; 2116
Orientation: Friday, August 5 ,12:00 2:00 p.m.
Open House; Tuesday, August 30, 6:00 8:00 p.m.
Attendance: Frances Durden, 838-2530, ext.,2617
Dress,Code: John Davies, 838-2530, ext. 2105
Back-to-School Supplies: Linda Turner, 838-2530
Student Day: 7:45-2:35


Important Information for Students and Parents
2005-06 School Year
* Perry Primary School, Taylor County Elementary School, and Steinhatchee School improved AYP (Adequate
Yearly Progress) status to 93%, with overall learning gains that were among the highest in the state.
* Taylor County Middle School is a "B," improved its AYP status to 97%, and had overall learning gains that were
among the highest in the state.
* Taylor County High School improved its AYP status, with an improvement in learning gains that were among the
highest in the state.
* No Child'Left Behind (NCLB) federal law requires the school district to offer parent choice options at Perry
Primary and Taylor County Elementary School. Contact the district office or your child's school for information.
* A score of 80 is required in all subjects for students to demonstrate "on-grade level" mastery in core academic
subjects: reading, math, science and social studies.
* The District's "K-12 Comprehensive Reading Plan" has been approved by the Department of Education and will
ensure that all students receive a reading program that is "scientifically research based" and designed to meet
the individual needs of all students.
* All K-2 students at Perry Primary School and Steinhatchee School will receive a minimum of 120 minutes of
uninterrupted reading instruction every day.
* All 3-5 students at Taylor County Elementary School and Steinhatchee School will receive 90 minutes.of
uninterrupted reading & math instruction every day.
* TCHS will have two reading resource teachers that will provide intensive remediation to Level 1 students in 9th
&.10th grades to help the students make a passing score on FCAT and qualify for graduation.
* The District will host 4 community outreach programs for families during the school year at various locations in
the community. Dates will be announced later, and all parents, grandparents, and families are encouraged and
invited to attend.
* The District has been awarded a comprehensive federal grant, "Emergeny Response and Crisis Management
Grant," to provide additional funds for safety equipment and materials at all the schools.

Early Dismissal Days, 12:30 p.m.
September 14 Inservice December 16 Holiday March 15 Inservice
November 9 Inservice February 15 Inservice April 13- Holiday
November 22 Holiday May 18 Last Day

STEINHATCHEE SCHOOL .
(352) 498-3303


Principal:


Shelly Strickland


Orientation: Friday, Aug. 5, 3:30-5:30 p.m. -
Open House: Thursday, Aug. 25, 7:00-8:00 p.m.
School Information: Linda Lundy -
Student Day: 7:55 2:30



PERRY PRIMARY SCHOOL
(850) 838-2506
Principal: George E. Clayton
Asst. Principal: Pamela T. Padgett
Dean/Resource: Angie Roberts, 838-2508
Orientation: Friday, Aug. 5, 12:30-3:30 p.m.
Open House: Tuesday, August 30
5:00-6:00 pm-Orange, Blue; Yellow, Purple, Garnet, & Peach Pods
6:15-7:15 pm-Teal, Red, Gold, Green, & Navy Pods
Attendance: Shannon Mathis, 838-2544
Dress Code: Angie Roberts/Dean, 838-2508
Back-to-School Supplies: Posted at local businesses
Student Day: 8:00-2:15


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Director: Eric B. Scott
Orientation: Thursday, Aug. 4, 6 p.m. (Perry)
Friday, Aug. 5, 5 p.m. (Steinhatchee)
Open House: Monday, Aug. 29, 6:00 p.m. (Perry)
Thursday, Sept. 1, 6:00 p.m. (Steinhatchee)
Enrollment and Attendance: Tremmie Robinson
Dress Code: Gloria Bell
Back To School Supplies: All supplies and materials are provided by
the program including backpacks.
Student Day: 8:00 2:25




TAYLOR PRE-K
(850) 838-2535
Principal: Sharon Hathcock
Programs Offered: School Readiness Program
for ages 2-4 yrs. old
Pre-K ESE Program
Pre-K After School Program
Teenage Parent Baby Program
Taylor Even Start Project
Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten Program
Orientation: Thursday, August 4, 7:00 p.m.
Open House: Thursday, August 18, 6:00 p.m.
Attendance: Salena Mrotz, 838-2535
Dress Code: Sharon Hathcock, 838-2535
Back-to-School Supplies: Salena Mrotz, 838-2535
Student Day: 8:00-2:25


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By JAN WALKER
TCMS vice principal
Taylor County Middle School
(TCMS) is getting ready for the
2005-2006 school year. TCMS
has be&n recognized as an "Honor
Roll" school by -the Florida
Department of Education fot 2003,
2004 and 2005.
Also, TCMS received further
recognition for their "continuous
improvement," shown by their
FCAT test scores, when the Just
Read, Florida, office of the Florida
DOE asked Principal Paul Dyal,
to be part of a presentation at the
"Just Read, Florida" principals'
leadership conference in Orlando
during June.
Taylor County Middle School's
annual report card issued by the
Department of Education, (which
can be found at
www.fldoe.org/NCLB/report card)
shows the following on the
success of the students.
Reading:
63% of students reading at or
above grade level;
62% of students making a year's
worth of progress in reading; and
62% of struggling students
making a year's worth of progress
in reading.
Math
64% of students at or above
grade level in math.
76% of students making a year's
worth of progress in math.
Writing
75% of students are meeting
state standards in writing.
TCMS met 97% of the criteria
of NCLB measurement of
"Adequate Yearly Progress" and
received provisional status for
AYP.
TCMS received a grade of "B"
in 2005, down from the "A" 'in
2004. It was reported by the'
Department of Education that the
new accountability measures
which when into effect during the
04-05 school year lowered, on.'an
average, middle school's points
Earned on the grading scale by 8
points. I Those accountability
standards were:
.The high standard of
measurement in writing went to a'
sggqe of 3.5 on the Florida \\rites;
and all students were included in
the learning gains score tow ard the
school grade.
As TCMS readies-for the new
school year, the following plans
are in place to help move TCMS


back to the distinction of an "A"
school.
In 2005-2006, TCMS will be
using DIBELS developed by DOE
to help with monitoring our level
1 and level 2 students in reading.
TCMS will be using the Florida
Achieves website from the Office
of School Improvement for
instructional strategies in reading
and math. (Brand new for 2005-
06.)
The language arts teachers will
be developing- a school-wide
writing plan for grades 6-8 to
better prepare our students in
writing.
Stronger emphasis will be put
on the importance of immediate
intensive intervention in both
reading and math for our
struggling students.
We will incorporate the
philosophy that the DOE is now
promoting that the FCAT reading
test is not only comprehension,
but "thinking skills." Our subject
area instruction will start
reflecting this by using specific
strategies school-wide.
TCMS will continue with
providing the reading endorsement
training for all subject .area
teachers by providing
competencies 4 and 5 in
Differentiating Instruction, and
competency 6, the Practicum. "
Curriculum:
Taylor County Middle School
has created and implemented a Just
Read! TCMS reading plan which
is based upon the No Child Left
Behind formula.
Student growth and achievement
are enhanced by the.continuing
implementation of a Scientifically
Based Reading Research (SBRR)
curriculum which is used during a
60-minute reading class provided
,for all students. To insure that all
individual student needs are,
addressed, TCMS uses three types
of assessment--screening,
diagnostic, and progress
monitoring. ,
Reading is taught by every
content area teacher. In order to
increase the instructional capacity
for high quality reading
instruction, 7th and 8th grade
teachers are in the process of
completing training in the six
reading competencies in order to
become reading endorsed.
Through these endorsement
courses, teachers will be
empowered with the necessary


Edline: codes will be sent home


STCMS helps parents keep'track
Sof student progress in several
ways. Edline, an internet-based
Computer program, allows parents
to interface with teachers by
Computer at home or from any
internet location.
Teachers post grades, attendance,
pacing'guides and curriculum
maps for their subject area on the
school website where parents can
access them. There is also a direct
e-mail link with the individual
teachers.
As well as the teacher links, the


school website posts links to
other sites for carter guidance
activities, scholarship
information, help for bullying,
sports-and other school activities,:
FCAT Explorer, and sites related
to school accountability.
FCAT Explorer is a state
sponsored reading and math'
remediation site that'students cani
access from home. :At the
beginning of the school year, both
FCAT Explorer codes and.Edline
Scores will be sent home.


Steinhatchee gets new gym


A new $3 million gymnasium is
presently being built at
Steinhatchee School, and the
community is in a buzz because of
the possibilities.
SThe new building will house an
8,506 square-foot gymnasium, but-
will also feature girls and boys
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showers, men's and women's
bathrooms, five Student
bathrooms, office space and three
additional classrooms.
'Training facilities, janitor -
closets,, gynm equipment storage
and a concession area.will also be
included in the building.


skills to teach reading effectively
and help all students achieve
reading success at or above grade
level by 2012.
At TCMS each subject area
department utilizes a Curriculum
Map which outlines by month the
content and skills which are taught
for the entire year. From this
document each teacher creates a
'Pacing Guide for each nine weeks
to inform the student as well as
the parents, of'skills which will
be taught and how those skills
will be assessed. Each of these
documents is sent home and
available on the Internet program
Edline.
Technology
In February 2005, Taylor
County Middle School was
awarded an Enhancing Education
Through Technology (EETT)
grant for $300,000 by the Florida
Department of Education. The
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vision and goals of this project are
to prepare students to succeed in
the 21st Century.
This will be accomplished by
using technology to improve
students' achievement. This grant
will be used to provide intensive,
targeted and sustained technology
integration training for. teachers,
improved technology infrastructure
and equipment at the school, and
the establishment of a Technology
Integration Specialist/Mentor to
work with teachers at the site.
Each nine-weeks, TCMS hosts
a Parent Conference Night to
provide parents an opportunity to
take part in conferences with their
child's teacher without missing
work hours. All teachers and
supporting staff are available to
meet with parents and students for
two hours on a Monday evening
during the nine weeks.


Back to class
After star-studded treatment as a Top 5 Finalist for
Florida's Teacher of the Year, Kathy Kreidler is back in the
classroom at Perry Elementary School....and delighted to be
there.


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Pre-K services
-Sharon Hathcock recently announced new and special programs offered
at Pre-K They include:
SPre-K Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten
EOn Monday, Aug. 8, the Taylor Pre-K program will kick-off the new
state funded three-hour VPK program for all four year olds. VPK four
year olds will be provided with a free high quality academic program at
ior nationally accredited center, with certified instructors.
EThe academic program will be geared to prepare children to achieve the
J[orida Readiness Standards,and to enter Kindergarten with a scientifically
research based curriculum. Wrap-around care will be available.
Pre-K School Readiness
-This program serves two-, three- and four-year-old children with an
educationall pre-school program geared to preparing children for a
sticcessful entry into kindergarten. To be eligible for this program,
families must meet state mandated socio-economic guidelines. Daily fees
're charged, according to the Florida Sliding Fee Scale.
Pre-K Exceptional Student Education
'Students with identified special needs are served within the Child
Development Center Pre-K ESE Program.
To qualify for service in this program, children must meet federal
eligibility requirements. Daily instruction' is designed to, meet each
student's individual education plan while preparing him or her for
Kindergarten.
Pre-K After School Care
: This program is an extended day provided for working parents or parents
.who are going to school. Children may remain in the center in this,
program from 2 to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday: ,
-During this time, children are provided activities which'reinforce
E Sarning in the classroom as well as indoor and outdoor playtimes. Daily


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' :-Tuesday: potato burger loaf.
SV-een beans, fruited Jello, rolls and
Iinilk.
--Wednesday: pizza, broccoli
-rith cheese, mixed fruit and milk.
--Thursday: chicken & rice,
carrots, applesauce, rolls and milk.
--Friday: tuna sandwich, French
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Phone: 850-973-2529 Fax: 850-973-8974


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SDaily Bible and Devotions
n Art, Music, Computer, Spanish
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; Madison Academy admits students of any race, color, national, and ethnic origin to all the rights,
privileges, programs, and activities made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate
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policies, admission policies, scholarship program, and other school-administered programs.


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expanded here
fees are charged according to the Florida Sliding Fee Scale.
Teenage Parent Child Care
Teenagers who have a small child and want to continue their education
may benefit from the services provided by the TAP Baby Room.
The only qualification for this program is that the mother must be
school age (up to 18) and be working toward high school completion.
Daily childcare will be provided free of charge. The mother must
register in the TAP program or Even Start. Please contact the office at
838-2535 for more information.
Taylor Even Start Project
Even Start services are provided to families with adults who wish to
further their education or acquire life management and parenting skills.
The Even Start Home Visitor will work with families to achieve their
individual goals. To be eligible for this program, you must have a child
below the age of eight years, and meet state mandated socio-economic
requirements.
Please contact the Even Start program at 838-9372 or 838-9373 for
more information.


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