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    Section C: Taylor County Back to School
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Monday fire
City of Perry Firefighter Chris Williams battles a vehicle fire near the intersection of Highway 19 and Main Street Monday
afternoon. According to Williams, Ihe driver of the Pontiac Grand Am noticed smoke coming up from under the hood and pulled
over. Shortly thereafter, the fire began consuming the front of the vehicle, threatening to fully engulf it before Williams was
able to control it.


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Looking for a pet?
The Taylor County Animal Shelter
may have just the dog or cat for you.
Visit the shelter Monday through
Friday, or call 838-3525. This adorable
mixed-breed is looking for a home.

Support available
for caregivers
"On the Road" for rural caregivers is
coming to -Taylor County on Thursday,
Aug. 3, from 11:30 am to 3:30 p.m.
Activities for individuals with
dementia or Alzheimer's disease,
caregiver support and caregiver
counseling will be available at Nature
Coast Eye Center.
If you have any questions or would
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Inside today's
edition


Index
Living...page A-4
Sports...page A-6
Religion...page A-7
Community...page B-1
Editorial...page B-2
*Classifieds... page B3-4,


is killed in early


morning wreck


A former Perry resident was
killed Saturday in a two-vehicle
collision in Dixie County.
Ray Mitchell 'Branch, 53,
formerly of Perry was killed in the
accident. Perry resident Jay D.
Floyd, 33, was riding with Branch
in the back bed of a pick-up truck,
which was pulling a boat. They
were approximately 3.5 miles
north of Cross City, traveling
south.
Another pick-up truck, driven by
John M. McKinney, 45, of Cross
City, overtook the Branch vehicle
and collided with the boat,
throwing Branch out of the back
bed and killing him.
Floyd was not injured.
The occupants of the Branch
vehicle had been on a.fishing t.p;i
according to 'Florida Highway.
Patrol Trp. W. L. McGauley,'and'
were returning home from
Steinhatchee, when the crash


For county



Budg et tops $37.8 million


The Taylor County Commission solid k aste revenue \%ill be
recently finished 'Aorkshops on a collected. Rather than collect
$37.8 million proposed budget for none5 at the roll-off sites around
the 2006-07 fiscal %ear. a more the count', for certain materials. the


than 12 percent increase o'er the
current ,ear's budget.
-" -A If'df't" decisions are
tentative at this point and the
budget %ill not be finalized until
two public hearings scheduled for
Septi. 11 and 18.
One major change that could
affect residents directly. is. hot\


non-ad talorem assessment for
solid "aste .'ill be increased from
- '$1'25 ti $11-0. Under-ths--plahi.
money, "'. would no longer be
collected at the roll-off sites.
According to counts officials. it is
an attempt to cut dov n on
vandalism and people breaking
into the sites alter hours to aodid


pa. ing the fees
The chance will result in some
$410,000 in surplus funds which'
k ill be put into a capital reserve,
fund for solid waste.
The county's general fund was
alniost b-aliancd b'; "Before"
commissioners even began talks,
thanks in large part to an additional
$1 4 million in revenue from ad
valoreni property taxes. Even so,
commissioners were faced with a
% 780.OOO deficit.


Some $500.000 ,"as cut from
funds requested for the Taylor
County Sports Complex, but the
more than, $2 million left could be
enough to finish the' project much
earlier than expected,
Other- major capital prDjects
funded in the budget include
$30,00,0 for restroom facilities at
the Steinhatchee- Community
Center, $30,000 for a new roof at
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United Way to get $100,000 from county?


Local non-profits
would have to seek
funding from Big
Bend group
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N6on-profit organizations which
hae traditionally % received
financial' contributions from the
Taylor County Commission could
be looking instead to the United
Way for funding.
That's if a plan proposed during
the' commission's recent ,budget


hearings is put into effect.
Under that plan, rather than the
county contributing directly to a
number of local organizations
including the Taylor County
Chamber of Commerce and the,
Boys & Girls Club, the county
would give a lump sum to United
Way to distribute.
According to the proposed
budget released following the"
workshops 'held last month,
$100,000 is allotted for United
Way.
Requests for the next fiscal year'
are $223,000, almost double than


the disbursements,in the current
fiscal year.of $113,000.
Organizations requesting funds
are: Suwannee River RC&D
Council, $1,100;. Civil Air Patrol,
$6,000; Taylor County Chamber of
Commerce, $15,000; Taylor
County Senior Services, $76,142 (a
$51,142 increase from the current
year); Boys & Girls Club, $75,000
(a $50,000 increase); Taylor
Leadership Council, $7,500;
MainStreet, $5,000 .(a $1,000
increase); Refuge House, $15,000.
(a $2,500 increase); and Early
Learning Coalition, !$20,000 (a


new request).
When asked Tuesday,
Commission Chairman -Daryll
Gunter said the plan was still in
talks and United Way would be
making a presentation to the
commission within the next
month.
Although many of the
organizations currently receiving
funding from the county, such as
the Chamber of Commerce' and
Civil Air Patrol, would not
normally receive funding from
United Way, Gunter said he had
been told, they could specifically


add them to the list of
organizations for consideration.
Each organization, however,
woMld have to make a presentation
to a board of local citizens given
the task 'of distributing 1dcally
raised United Way funds back into
the community.
The City of Perry, 'which has cut
funding .:, for non-profit
organizations from its budget,
recently announced it would be
partnering with the United Way,
allowing city residents to make
contributions when paying their
city utility bills.


Touch screen terminals


debut here in primary

election September 5


Be among the first to try the
counts's new touch screen voting
terminals during two days of
special demonstrations Thursday,
Aug. 3, and Friday, Aug. 4.
Held ..at the Supervisor of
Elections office (located in the
Ta lor County Courthouse), the
'demonstrations will be open from
8 a;m. to 5 p.m.
Touch screen terminals will be
'placed at every precinct, in the
county (one per location) and will
be available for use by all voters.
Voters, will also be able to vote
using paper ballots/optical scan
units as well, Supervisor of
Elections Molly H. Lilliott said.
"The purpose of getting the
touch screen terminals is ..to bring,
th;, county into-ADA (Americans
with, Disabilities Act) compliance.
The' federal government gave
money, to the state, which then
issued grants to counties based on
the number of registered voters.
We ,received a $63,000 grant and
have purchased 16 terminals,"


Lilliott said. Each unit costs $3,400
(not including attachments and
accessories).
Seeing-impaired voters may.
utilize an audio attachment when
using the touch screen terminals,
she added.
"This is new territory for us, but
I'm confident everything will go
well. We will have one trained
touch screen tech at each precinct
to assist voters," Lilliott said.
Results will be sent via a
dedicated phone line to the
elections office after polls close at
7 p.m.
Voters .taking part in the "early
voting" drive--which starts
Monday, Aug. 21--will be& able to
cast their ballots at either a touch
screen or paper ballot station.
Both units will be tabulated at
the close of voting for both the
Primary Election, Sept. 5, and
General Election, Nov. 7.
In related election news, Lilliott
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Supervisor of Elections Molly H. Lilliott, center, Assistant Supervisor of Electiors" Dana
Southerland, left, and Janet Thomas, data entry, will be on hand to demonstrate the new touch
screen terminals which will be used in the upcoming primary and general elections. Residents
are reminded that voter registration books for the primary election close Monday, Aug. 7. The
deadline also applies to anyone wishing to change party affiliations.


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occurred.
McGauley said there are
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Manslaughter

charges are

brought in

2004 case

An. Old Town woman was
arrested Sunday for the October
2004 .death of a iman who was
killed .in an automobile accident
,,,here *..while'.'&'"'was" allegedly
.driving 'inr the e"influiece, .
According t:o :a probable cause
affidavit filed by Florida Highway
Patrol Cpl. William E. Harrell, the
truck, being driven by Essie. E.
Valentine, 46,. went out of control
on Oct. 23, 2004, eight miles south
of Perry on U.S. Hwy. 19, after the
"right rear tire blew out. .
The truck traveled .224 feet
Sbef6re going into the median and
continued to travel for more than
600, feet before re-entering the
roadway 'and Valentine
overcorrected in an attempt-to gain
-control.
..The. .truck .then began rotating,
counterclockwise, sliding 285
* more'feet'and again, entering the
median ,. :
"While sliding, the right side
was leading and begaii to collect
dirt and grass against the right
tires," said Harrell. "The collection
of dirt and grass caused the truck
to flip and begin a rollover
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A-2 The Taco Times August 2, 2006


Burglary suspect used hatchet;


$1,500 in damages is reported


A Perry man has been arrested
after law enforcement officers say
he went to another man's house and
caused more than $1,500 in
damages, some of it with a hatchet.
Taylor County' Sheriffs Office
Dep. Mike Thompson said he
received a call Thursday in
reference to criminal mischief on
Bryant Russell Road.
When Thompson arrived at the
address in question, witnesses at
the scene said a car, possibly a
Crown Victoria entered the
driveway and the driver, later


identified as Joe Shawn Dykes, 35,
got out of it.
"He walked up to the residence
and struck the power meter with a
hatchet, causing the glass globe to
shatter," said Thompson. "He then
walked around to the rear of the
house and attempted to gain entry,
by striking it multiple times with
the hatchet, causing gashes and
making the door
unrepairable.
"Then he went to the utility door
and attempted to gain entry, but
was unsuccessful. Dykes got back


into the car and drove into a small
pump house shed, causing it to be
pushed approximately one foot,"
said Thompson.
"He continued driving and struck
another shed and partially knocked
it over onto its side.
"Then he drove through the
driveway and hit the mailbox with
the vehicle, destroying it," added
Thompson.
"Witnesses said the vehicle
drove off at a high rate of speed
and they were unable to get a tag
number."


"When Dykes was later
contacted at his home, he was read
his Miranda Rights," said
Thompson. "But when he was
asked if he wanted to give me a
statement concerning the incident,
he said he did not see that it was
important." Once at the jail, Dykes
did give a sworn statement.
The 'hatchet was seized and
placed into evidence. Dykes was
charged with burglary, criminal
mischief, impairing power to a
dwelling and trespass while armed,
all felonies.


Sunday crash alcohol-related


A Perry man escaped serious
injury in an alcohol-related crash
that occurred Sunday afternoon on
Beach Road.
Raymond E. "Sonny"
Buckhalter, 57, was driving
southbound on County Road 361


when, according to Florida
Highway Patrol Trooper Brian
Lundy, "he looked away from the
roadway. He then drove onto the
west shoulder of County Road 361
and attempted to re-enter the
roadway, causing the vehicle to


Driver cau


MANSLAUGHTER
Continued from page 1
sequence. The truck rolled another
75 feet before coming to rest, right-
side-up."
During the crash, Harrell said
both people were ejected from the
truck, "causing incapacitating
injuries to both."
Valentine and Kessler were both
treated at the scene and then flown


to Tallahassee Memorial Hospital
for "critical" injuries.
Kessler died eight days later, on
Oct. 31, from injuries sustained in
the crash.
Harrell said in mid-November,
he received a phone call from
Kessler's wife, saying that
fraudulent use of her, husband's
credit card had been made at Wal-
Mart the iight of the crash.
Videotape was obtained from the


begin rotating counter-clockwise."
The truck crossed both lanes of
the road, overturned and came to a
final rest on the east shoulder
facing north.
The 1998 Ford truck was totaled
in the crash; Buckhalter sustained


minor injuries and was
transported to Doctors' Memorial
Hospital.
Buckhalter was not wearing a
seatbelt at the time of the crash.
Charges are pending blood alcohol
screen results.


on videotape


store which showed Valentine and
Kessler making purchases and then
leaving the store. The video also
clearly shows Kessler entering into
the passenger side of the white
truck and Valentine going to the
driver side and the truck leaving'
the parking lot at 2:1.0 a.m.
The crash occurred at
2:30 a.m.
An alcohol and toxicology test
.was made on Valentine on the


morning of the crash, and Harrell
said she had a blood alcohol level
of .124 at the time of the crash.
A reading of .08 is legally
impaired in the State of Florida, .
according to Harrell.
A warrant was issued for
Valentine, who was picked up
Sunday and charged with DUI
manslaughter.
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BUDGET
Continued from page 1
the. Historical Society and an
additional $100,000 for the
Steinhatchee Boat Ramp fund.
. New personnel in the budget
include, a grants department
position and a Sheriffs deputy, for
the south end of the county.
Doctors' Memorial Hospital had
requested an additional $417,000
over its current $300,000 EMS
subsidy for an ALS unit for the
beaches area, but that item was not
included in the budget.
Another possible change for the
general fund is how nonprofit
organizations' receive their money
from the. county. In a proposed
plan, the county could give a lump
sum to the United Way and let this


organization distribute the money
(see related story).
The county's MSTU fund, which
is funded by an additional tax
levied on those in' the
unincorporated area of the county
for services duplicated by the City
of Perry including animal control
and, fire services, was much% more
difficult to balance.
Since the millage rate for the
MSTU fund is much lower than the
general fund, even with a more
than 18 percent increase. in the
gross taxable value "of the
unincorporated area, revenue only
increased by $195,000.
Another hurdle was that the
commission overcame a $ 150.000
deficit last year by using cash, carry
forward funds, leaving .only,
$40,000 in'new revenue to work.


with.
Taylor County Fire/Rescue had
requested six new firefighter
positions and more than $1.6
million in capital improvements
including a new facility in Keaton
Beach, three brush trucks and four
tanker trucks, but commissioners
were unable to fund any of them.
Capital requests from animal
control and the building
department were also denied.
One major increase in the MSTU
fund is the county's contribution to
,the City of Perry for recreation
services, which is up to $162,000
in the proposed budget.
The commission was to hold a
S,'special meeting Tuesday to
officially set the millage rates for
the new fiscal year, which begins
Oct. 1.


Festival board meets today

All members of the Florida Forest Festival Board of Directors are
reminded of a meeting today (Wednesday) at the Perry/Taylor County
Chamber of Commerce.
The meeting will start at 3:30 p.m. Anyone unable to attend is asked
to contact the festival office at 584-TREE (8733) with a summary
report.



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VOTE 2006

BOOK CLOSING Deadline to register to vote for the upcoming Primary Election is
Monday, August 7, 2006. Pursuant to Florida Statutes the voter registration books close
29 days prior to an election. If you are unsure as to your voter registration status please
contact the Supervisor of Elections Office at 850-838-3515.

* ABSENTEE VOTING An-y registered voter may vote an Absentee Ballot. Request
'can be accepted only from the voter, or a member of the voter's immediate family or legal
guardian. Please call the Elections Office at 850-838-3515 to request an absentee ballot.

* PHOTO and SIGNATURE ID In order to vote either at the precinct or by early
voting, the voter will need to produce a photo and signature identification as required by
Florida Law (F.S. 101.043). If the picture ID does not contain the signature of the voter
an additional identification that provides the voter's signature shall be required. A voter
information card is no longer accepted as a form of ID.

* EARLY VOTING Early voting will take place Monday through Saturday, August 21,
2006, through September'2, 2006, 8 a.m. 5 p.m. in the Supervisor of Elections Office,
located on the-second floor of the Taylor County Courthouse.

* SAMPLE BALLOT- Each registered voter should receive a sample ballot around the
middle of August. Please contact the Supervisor of Elections office to verify your address.

* ALL FOURTEEN POLLING LOCATIONS WILL BE OPEN ON ELECTION
DAY, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 2006, 7 A.M. 7 P.M.
Pleasecontact the Supervisor of Elections office to verify
which voting precinct you reside in.
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A-3 The Taco Times August 2, 2006


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Covenant Hospice staff and volunteers from


FSU make plans for Camp Monarch Pioneer Day.


Bereavement camp to


benefit local children


Covenant Hospice staff recently
met with volunteers from Florida
State University to make plans for
a bereavement camp for children in


the area.
Camp Monarch Pioneer Day is
planned for Saturday Aug. 19, from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Forest Capital


Alcohol may be factor

in fatal Sunday crash


KILLED
Continued from page 1
indications that alcohol may have
been a factor (driver McKinney) in
the crash and the investigation is
continuing.
The southbound lanes of U.S.


Hwy. 19 were closed for
approximately five hours,
McGauley said.
Other occupants in the Branch
. elicle were the driver, Jeremiah
Nlitclhell Branch, 25, and
passengers James E. Colson, 36,
and Tash D. Branch, 23.


State Park in Perry. The free camp.
is open to children ages 5-15 who
have' experienced the loss of a
loved one, or who have a loved one
who is terminally ill.
Elizabeth Robinson,
bereavement specialist for
Covenant Hospice, said "the main,
reason for the camp is to bring
children together who have had
similar losses."
Tours of the Cracker House, .arts
and crafts, and a water slide are,
planned. Lunch will be provided.
For more information, please
contact Jumelia Holton, volunteer
outreach assistant for Covenant
Hospice at (850) 509-7390 or
Elizabeth Robinson in Tallahassee
at (850) 575-4998.


Republicans to
meet Thursday
The Republican Party of Taylor
County will meet Thursday, Aug.
3, at 6 p.m.
The meeting will be held at the
home of Mark Southerland.

Registered

voters up for

2006 election
TOUCH SCREEN
Continued from page 1
reminds residents that voter
registration books for the Primary
Election close Monday, Aug. 7, at
5 p.m.
"If you are unsure of your voter
registration status, please contact
my office at 838-3515," she said.
New registrations in the county
are up several hundred voters,
compared to the rolls in 2004,
according to election officials.
"We had 77 register in July,
including new resident transfers,"
officials said.

Boyd sends
representative
A representatives, from
Congressman Allen Boyd's
office will be. in Perry
Wednesday, Aug. 9, from 9:30-
:11:30 a.m., at the Taylor
County Courthouse.
Members of Boyd's staff are
trained to assist constituents
with a variety of issues relating
to various federal agencies.


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Enrollment for the new 4-H year will begin Sept. 1, and all students--
ages 5 to 18--are encouraged to consider becoming a member. "4-H clubs
meet after school on a monthly or bi-monthly basis," said Lori Wiggins, 4-
H coordinator for Taylor County. "Through 4-H clubs, members complete
projects each year and participate in community service projects."
To sign up for a 4-H club, please stop by the Taylor County Extension
Office (located at Forest Capital Hall) or contact Wiggins at 838-3508 for
more information. "4-H is also looking for 4-H Volunteers interested in
leading 4-H Clubs for the 2006-07 club year," she said. Interested adults
may also contact the above number or visit the County Extension Office.


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Our family would like to presses our appreciation to
everyone for all your thoughts, prayers; and generosity
after our recent house fire.
We thank all of our friends and. fnily, the Red Cross,
the employees of CDI. and all the members of the
Seventh Day AdIv.,entist Church.
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A-4 The Taco Times August 2,2006





... Parker celebrates 80th in Perry


Nicole Whatley, Jeremy Bain


Whatley, Bain will marry

at Steinhatchee Landing
Barry and Tracy Whatley of Perry announce the engagement of their
daughter, Nicole, to Jeremy Bain, the son of Suzan Murphy-Bain of Perry
and Don Bain of Dublin, Va.
a The bride-to-be is a graduate of Florida State University and teaches
fifth grade at Taylor County Elementary School.
She is the granddaughter of Marion Whatley of Greenwood, S.C., and
the late Katherine Whatley, Charles Stevens of Haverhill, Mass., and the
late Talatha Stevens-McGaha who lived in HoneaPkth, S.C.
The groom-to-be is employed as an engineer for Culpepper
Construction in Tallahassee.
He is the grandson of Wanda Willis of Perry, the late Jack Willis, the
late Everett Murphy Jr. of Perry, and the late Charles and Beulah Bain
who were residents of Dublin, Va.
A Nov. 18, 2006, wedding is planned at 5 p.m. at Steinhatchee Landing
Resort. Formal invitations will be issued to out-of-town guests; friends
and relatives of the couple are cordially invited to attend.

Counseling available to seniors
Counseling services are now being offered daily at the Taylor Senior
Citizens Center, free of charge to seniors. The services are provided by
.Vlan K. Forrest who holds Bachelor's and Master's degrees in counseling
from Bethany Bible College with 30 years of experience in this field.
Sessions are offered from 10 a.m. until 12 noon, and from 1-3 p.m. For
more information, please contact the center at 584-4924.


Lou Ellen (Poppell) Parker and
her three sons (Steve, Jim and
Allen) honored their husband and
father, Pete, with a surprise 80th
birthday party at Joyce's Main
Street Cafe in Perry on June 10.
"Pete told his wife that he didn't
want a lot of fuss on his 80th
birthday, so she and her sons
decided to throw the party two
months early," said Susan Parker,
who is married to son Jim.
"The restaurant owners and staff
helped us pull off the surprise and
provided wonderful decorations
while also serving a delicious
meal of Pete's favorites including
fried grouper, swamp cabbage,
cheese grits and peach cobbler."
The cake was decorated as fields
with various crops, complete with
the barp and tractor, a tribute to
Parker's love for gardening.
Approximately 140 family
members and friends attended,
including the honoree's sister of
Perry, Lillie Odom. Parker's
brother, Henry, resides in Eustis.
Parker and his wife were born
and raised in Taylor County.
They married in December, 1950,
at New Home Baptist Church and
have lived in the -Orlando area
since 1955.


Pete Parker celebrated his 80th birthday early on June 10 in Perry with his wife, Lou
Ellen (Poppell) Parker, his three sons, extended family and friends.


'Partnership' looks for new partners
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A-5 The Taco Times August 2, 2006


At the Booking Desk


Editor's note: It is the policy of this
newspaper to run the names of all
those arrested and booked at the
Taylor County Jail. All those listed
below have been charged with a
crime, but are considered innocent
until proven guilty.

June 23:
Peter K. Bowling, 45, 802
Quincy Street, DUI (second
offense), Ptl. Norris, PPD.
Justin P. Gipson, 19, 863
Roberts Aman Road, indecent
exposure, resisting arrest without
violence, Ptl. Gray, PPD.
Allen C. Winnie, 44, 902 West
Wilcox Street, DWLS/R, DUI
(third offense), PtI. Deeson, PPD.
Steven Mark Sewell, 44, 3835
Oak Lane, battery (domestic),
Dep. Thompson, TCSO.
James Wade Baumgardner, 45,
4929 Jones Baumgardner Lane,
domestic battery, Dep. Burford,
TCSO.
Thomas Lee Clemons, 18, 1529
East Bristol Street, Elkhart, Ind.,
lewd or lascivious act on a child
under 16 years old, failure to
register as a sexual offender, Dep.
Burford, TCSO.
June 24:
Tony L. Gilbert, 28, 561 SE
Tiger Road, Mayo, disorderly
intoxication, VOP for DUI, Dep.
Thompson, TCSO.
Jason David McIntosh, battery,
VOP (battery charges from Martin


County), Dep. Woods, TCSO.
Lisa Dunaway-Lowell, 34, 308
Prudence Lane, Panama City,
DUI, Ptl. Norris, PPD.
Ricardo Santiago-Martinez, 19,
127 Agner Acres, no valid drivers
license, Ptl. Norris, PPD.
June 27:
William Alexander Stephens,
57, East Cedar Street, Rawlins,
Wyo., DWLS/R (habitual), Trp.
Smyrnios, FHP.
Michael Shawn Hornsby, 29,
5785 Courtney Grade, back for
court, DWLS/R (habitual),
warrant, Sgt. Murphy, TCSO.
Samuel Sampson, 62, 526 SW
Orange Avenue, Madison, VOP
,(uttering a forgery), Dep. Upshaw,
TCSO.
Maurice Summers, 30, 1495
Knoxville Lane, Tallahassee, VOP
(first degree arson), Dep. Upshaw,
TCSO.
Leroy Herman Brant Jr., 47,
West Swift Street, no motor
vehicle registration, Ptl. Curry,
PPD.
Martin Valdez Fields, 29, 6605
Albicore Road, Jacksonville, VOP
(aggravated battery on a pregnant
victim, burglary of a structure,
dealing in stolen property), Dep.
Hawkins, TCSO.
Robert Michael White, 29,
1179 Mack Session Road, VOP
for manufacturing
methamphetamine, Off. Gorby,
DOC,


Cards of thanks


Hudson
The family of Lonnie "George"
Hudson Jr. wishes to express our
heartfelt gratitude and appreciation
for the outpouring of love and
compassion given to us during the
loss of my husband, my children's
father, brother, and friend to many.
We love and miss him so much,
but we give God the glory for we
know he is at peace now with no
struggles to breathe and no pain.
To each of you, way too many
to name here, we can only say that
we pray that the Word of God will
be a lamp unto thy feet, and a
light unto thy path..
Please keep us in your prayers
as we will each of you, and
remember to give.God thanks for
His mercy and His grace.
Cathy Hudson
Amber and Eric Hunter
Brian Farmer and Brandi Jacobs
and our extended family


Pickles0
The family of Carl' Kenneth
Pickles would like to express our
sincere thanks to our family and
friends for their thoughts, prayers,
visits, cards, phone calls, food and
flowers during our. time of loss.,
A very special thanks to our
church family at Spring Warrior
Church of Christ for the many
prayers, acts of love, kindness and
support you gave to Ken and us
over the past several years due to
hig poor and failing health. We
love you all and you are very near
and dear to our hearts. Also,
thanks to the many other church'
members, far and wide, who have
prayed and given us support as
well.
A special thanks to Ralph
Sadler, who helped us in so many
ways along the way and opened
his 'home to us during Ken's
passing. We thank you and love
you very much!
We also want to thank our
respective work places, Taylor
County Clerk of Court and staff,.
WeMac and staff, and Legacy.
Toyota and staff for all their
understanding, concern and support
during Ken's long, extended
illness. You all were great!
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Thank you to all the doctors
who helped care for Ken. A
special thanks to Dr. Patrick Neal
and staff, Dr. Gurusami Lakshmin
and staff, Dr. Gary Hansen and the
DaVita staff. Also, many thanks
to the Capital Regional Medical
Center staff who assisted in his
care as, well. You all were
wonderful and very caring.1
Thanks to Burns Funeral Home
and staff for your support and
services. Finally, a very special
thanks to our dear friends and
brothers in Christ, Kent Heaton of
Trenton and Jeff Himmel of Perry
who provided an honorable service
for Ken. We appreciate and love
you. both dearly as Ken did.
Thank you.so much.
May God bless each and every
one of you!
Virginia and Traci Pickles
Kathy Boening
Chad and Kristen Pickles



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Ashley Everett & David Raker
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Amanda & Chris Patrick
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June 28:
Steven Vernon Simmons, 21,
703 West Veterans Drive, VOP
for DWLS, Dep. Bowden, TCSO.
Dawn M. Couey, 30, Bernard
Johnson Road, credit card fraud,
grand theft, cheating, Sgt.
Murphy, TCSO.
Anthony W. Tomlinson, 41,
Puckett Road, possession of less
than 20 grams cannabis,
possession of drug paraphernalia,
Ptl. Norris, PPD.
Rachel Elizabeth Wilkinson,
37, Lipscomb Circle, uttering a
forgery, Dep. Upshaw, TCSO.
Lee Bern Hunter, 39, West
Veterans Drive, forgery, grand
theft, Ptl. Kelly, PPD.
Gary Mitchell Grees, 29, East
Main Street, Lakeland, Ga.,
forgery, cheating, grand theft, Ptl.
Kelly, PPD.
June 29:
Amy Lynn Merrill, 33, Sam
Poppell Road, FTA-for DWLS,
Dep. Hershberger, TCSO.
Robert P. Cardoso, 56, 15692
Seagrass Drive, domestic battery,
Dep. Thofipson, TCSO.
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June 30:
Roger Allen Noe, 39, Nichols
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Sylvia McIntosh, 36, 1107 East
Drew Street, VOP, Dep.
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Cody Samuel Bennett, 26, 510
Maurice Linton Road, VOP
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July 1:
Robert Nick Dykes, 34, VOP,
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drug paraphernalia, Dep. Cruse,
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John Earling Beach, 26, 13724,
Coroando Drive, Springhill,
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James Bennie Chester, 25, 1310
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Five Forks Road, Boston, Ga.,
DWLS while license permanently
revoked, reckless driving, DUI,
Dep. Hayden, TCSO.
July 2:'
David Wayne Smith, 45, Rt.
19, Box 1668, Lake City, neglect
of a child, Dep. Lee, TCSO.
Matthew Linton Quincy, 27,
8495 Springhill Road,
Tallahassee, DUI, DUI with
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FHP.
Samuel Red Langford, 29, 4790
SW Cr 334, Trenton, DUI, Ptl.
Norris, PPD.
Justin Albert Hilson, 21, 2330
Bowden Avenue, no motor vehicle
registration, Ptl. Norris, PPD.
Timothy John Powell, 53, 1110
Riverside Drive, Steinhatchee,
reckless driving, DUI, Sgt.
Kellerman, TCSO.
July 3:
Jared L. Fowler, 24, 3380
Whipporwill Way, sentenced t9 60
days, Dep. Hawkins, TCSO.
Robert Shane Willis, 19, 1725
James Smith Road, VOP


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Lonnie Tate Hansen, 27, 9330
SE CR 337, Trenton, VOP
(failure to register as a sexual
offender), Off. Gorby, DOC.
Alejandro Jimenez Navarro, 31,
7328 North 27th Avenue,
Phoenix, Ariz., DUI, no valid
drivers license, Ptl. Deeson, PPD.
Chadrick James Britt, 28, 106
El Matador Drive, VOP (sale of
cocaine), Dep. Burford, TCSO.
Ann Michelle Battista-Brinson,.
39, no address, VOP (possession
of drug paraphernalia), Dep.
Burford, TCSO.
George W. Robinson, 42, 826
North Jefferson Street, shooting at
an occupied vehicle, aggravated
assault (domestic), Ptl. Norris,
PPD.
Chadrick James Britt, 28, 106
El Matador Drive, VOP (sale of
cocaine), Dep. Burford, TCSO.
James Robert Bergman, 35,
Studer Avenue, Columbus, Ohio,
no drivers license, attaching tag
not assigned, Trp. Smyrnios,
FHP.


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A-6 The Taco Times August 2,2006


Avenue
:- By Coach Price Harris
The start of school is right
around the corner. Students are
flooding local stores getting
{ supplies. Parents are scraping
together money for school clothes.
The band is marching everyday and
fall sports are about to kick off..
This is my favorite time of the
year. I can smell freshly cut grass
.,and I get tingles up my spine. I
,,hear the clik-clak of cleats on the
S'pavement and the hair on the back
"'of my neck stands up. I see a sled
Son the field and my mouth waters:
' Yes, it is the time of the year. for
- football.
-* Tavlor County enters the 2006
.:.campaign excited about the
.. possibilities of building on what
* the 2005 seniors accomplished.
The are goals being made first
winning season since 1998 and
First shutout since 1998. There
-'-.was sw\veat and blood poured out
during the spring and the summer
in preparation to do something
that has not been done in
.years...make the pla.ofts in back
to back seasons.
The Dirt, Thirt\, of Ta \lor
'County have been hard at \(ork
".wb.en most of their clasimatei.
' were swimming or having fun.
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and put in the time and it has paid
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Auq. 25 Chipley Away 7:00 p.m.
Sept. 1 Chiles Away 7:00 p.m.
Sept. 8 Marianna Away 7:00 p.m.
Sept. 23 Vernon Home 7:00 p.m.'
Sept. 29 Madison Home 7:00 p.m.
Oct. 6 East Gadsden Away 7:00 p.m.
Oct. 13 Dixie County Away 7:00 p.m.
Oct. 20 NFCC Home 7:00 p.m.
Oct. 27 Fort White Away 7:00 p.m.
Nov. 3 Jefferson County Home 7:00 p.m.


City Rec league coaches

meeting is this Thursday


The Perry Recreation
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m-eting lor the upcoming flag and
tackle football leagues Thursday,
Aug 3.


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Members of the TCHS football team worked on plays as they began 2-a-day practice Tuesday.
The Bulldogs will work daily this week from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. and again from 5 p.m.-7 p.m.


FWC increases
hunt-fish license
The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
has increased the cost of its gold
sportsman's licensee and
sportsman's license by $5 to cover
the new crossbow season permit
that was recently added to the
license package.
The gold sportsman's license
now costs $88.50 and includes
hunting, saltwater fishing and
freshwater fishing licenses; and
management area, archery,
crossbow, muzzleloading gun,
turkey, Florida waterfowl, snook
and lobster permits.
The sportsman's license costs
$72.50 and includes hunting and
freshwater fishing licenses; and
management area, archery,
crossbow, muzzleloading gun,
turkey and Florida waterfowl
permits.
Hunters who already possess
one of these licenses can hunt on
private lands during the new
crossbow season without having
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visitor's halftime room at Dorsett
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Monthly lunch, message for men Friday


Blalock speaks to lunch gathering
It's August...and the monthly gathering of men which includes lunch and
a brief message by the Rev. Eddie Blalock will be held Friday, Aug. 4, at
the M.A. Rigoni Cookhouse on North U.S. 19 (north of the former
Highway Patrol station).
Lunch is'served from 11:30 a.m. until 12:15 p.m., followed by the
message which will conclude at 12:35 p.m.
The cost is $5. All men in the community are invited.

Westside Baptist Church celebrates Homecoming
Homecoming will be held at Westside Baptist Church on Sunday, Aug.
6, featuring the musical group, "New Ground." Sunday School begins at
10 a.m. and morning worship at 11. Dinner on the grounds will follow the
service, and gospel music will follow lunch. Pastor Tim McDonald invites
everyone to attend.

"The Walkers" sing in Steinhatchee
The singing group, "The Walkers," will perform at Friendship Chapel of
God in Steinhatchee on Saturday, Aug. 5, at 7 p.m. The group has two new
songs which will be featured.
Pastor Chester Ash invites everyone to attend; the church is located at
915 Route 51. For directions, please call (352) 498-5403.

What's the truth behind Hip-Hop?
All youth, parents and leaders are encouraged to participate in three
nights featuring speaker G. Craige Lewis and his attempts "to expose the
enemy by telling the truth behind Hip-Hop."
Lewis will speak at Christian Tabernacle Wednesday through Friday,
Aug. 9-11, at 7 p.m. Elders Chester and Carolyn Demps invite the
community to hear this speaker's "great insights on the Kingdom of God
and God's people being aligned in preparation to reach the world and
welcome the return of the Savior."

All weekend

Union meeting 'spirit-filled'


By B.D. WILLIAMS
"Count Your Blessings"
When I am prone to worry and
when burdens weigh me down, I
find that counting blessings helps
me wipe away my fr,,un ai Instead of
counting rnoubles we should count
our blessings more, then we would
know that all is well even on
earth's rugged shore.
Everyone that attended the
Ministers, Deacons &
Superintendents Union held over,
the weekend at New Brooklyn.
M.B. enjoyed a spirit-filled session
Friday night through Sunday
afternoon.
The many friends of the city
wish to extend their deepest
heartfelt sympathy to Mrs.
Ernestine Roberts and family in the
loss of their loved one, her brother
(Dickey), who passed recently in


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Gainesville hospital. May we say
to you to hold on to God's
unchanging hand for he is able to
help you in your sorrows.


Sing features 'The Masters,' 'His Grace'
The Perry First Church of God, located on Highway 221 North, will hold
its monthly gospel sing on Saturday, Aug. 5, at 7 p.m. featuring "The
Masters" and "His Grace."
Snacks will be served at 5:30 p.m. Everyone is invited.
Sunday School leader training offered
The Taylor Baptist Association will offer Sunday School leader training
on Monday, Aug. 7, at the First Baptist Church. A sandwich supper will
be served at 6 p.m. Classes will be structured for age-group workers and
Sunday School directors.
Supper reservations are requested. Please call 843-0690
Prayer breakfast planned Saturday
The Taylor County Leadership Council invites everyone to its first
prayer breakfast to be held Saturday, Aug. 5, from 8-9:30 a.m. in Jerkins
Center Auditorium. "The purpose of this prayer breakfast is to bring all
faiths and denominations to fellowship together, thereby nourishing the
body and soul," said Dr. Horace McLeod, adding, "We plan to have an
inspirational message as well as some conversation about the direction of
the quality of. life in Taylor County .for both adults and children.
"The focus of this prayer breakfast is fellowship, not finance, therefore
in lieu of charging for this event, we are asking for a small donation."
Questions? Call 584-3313.
Male choir coming in August
The Bright Side Gospel Male Choir will perform in Perry on Sunday,
Aug. 30, in St. Peter's Primitive Baptist Church at 5 p.m. Everyone is
invited to attend. Elder Chester Davis serves as pastor.

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WHAT WOULD JESUS DO? No13

WHICH TRADITIONS WOULD
JESUS OBSERVE?
Jesus would condemn the "teaching as doctrines the commandments
.,of men" (Matt. 15:9). In Matthew 15, Jesus criticized the scribes
and Pharisees for binding two. traditions found nowhere in the
Scriptures. We can be guilty of the same conduct today.

In Jesus' day, Jews were divided into different sects, each with their
own unique combination of beliefs. They were known as the
Pharisees, Sadducees, Essenes, and Zealots. (One example in the
difference in beliefs is that the Pharisees believed in the resurrection
from the dead, while the Sadducees did not. Matt. 22:23-32; Acts
23:6-8). Today, Christianity has its own sects, or "faiths," each with
its own unique combination of beliefs and practices and edch with
its own name, such as Baptist, Catholic, Episcopalian; -Greek
Orthodox, Lutheran. Methodist, Mormon, Presbyterian, Seventh Day
Adventist, etc.

Beliefs, practices, and traditions which are not found in the Bible
either add to or take from God's word in violation of Jesus'-own
teaching (Rev. 22:,8-19). Consider two examples from Matthew
15. The Scriptures contained hno requirement that men wash their
hands before eating., yet the Pharisees declared the disciples' failure
to wash a "transgression," essentially creating a new commandment
(Matt. 15:1-9). Men bind new beliefs today. Some faiths teach that
an infant that dies before baptism does iot go to heaven everitihbugh
there is neither a, command to baptize infants, nor an example of
infants being baptized found in the Bible. The Bible actually says
that belief, something an infant is incapable of, is a prerequisit to
baptism (Acts 8:36-37).

In Matthew 15, the Pharisees also created an exception to God's
by excusing a son's obligation to care for his parents if he donat_ a
gift to the temple; thus taking from God's word (Matt. 15:6). Men
make the same mistakes today. The Bible has consistently condemned
homosexuality (Lev. 18:22; Lev. 20:13; Rom. 1:26-27; 1 Cor. :9-
10; 1 Tim. 1:10), yet nearly 2000 years after Christ's death, shne
faiths are now beginning to accept homosexuals as preachers. Jqus
would not let political correctness determine which acts are sinfil.

In Mattheiv 15, Jesus did not condemn the washing of one's haIds
before eating. but rather the presumptuous creation of a r^W
commandment. Similarly, Jesus was not opposed to people donating
gifts,to the temple, but the arrogant belief that a man could ex se
someone from'obeying God's law to care for one's own fairly,
essentially making God's law of "no effect" (Matt. 15:6; Mark 7:1/),
by "laying [it] aside," and "reject[ing] the commandment of Gd"
lNMark 7:8-9).

Jesus also criticized the Pharisees for going beyond God's inw sen
they dre%% distinctions between the types of oaths one could-sweae to
(Matt. 23:16-22). Isn't this similar to "ranking" sins when Godjhas
not, or classifying God's commands as those essential to salvation
and others not?

Jesus refused to obey traditions that were inconsistent with the litter
and intent of the Scriptures. In Matthew 12, Jesus refused to hfnor
the traditions of the elders with respect to the Sabbath in two-different
contexts: the plucking of grain and healing (Matt. 12:1-14)- j both
instances, the tradition sought to restrict activities where G(od!saw
did not (,Matt. 12:7, 12).

Jesus would adhere only to the doctrine, teachings, and tradions
found in the New Testament. We have observed in earlier articles
that Jesus would answer religious questions with Bible: answers
(WWJD no; 2; see also Matt. 4:1-10), and because He sent the Holy
Spirit to His Apostles to divinely inspire them with all truth and bting
to their remembrance the things He said and did in their presence
(John 14:26, 16:13), the Apostles could be trusted to declare Gbd's
will accurately (Matt. 16:19; see also WWJD no. 4). Thus, Jisus
would have us follow Apostolic traditions (1 Cor. 11:2; 2 Thess. 1:6),
but not the traditions of men which contradict the Bible (Col. 2j8).

Jesus says that the teachers and followers of commandments arid
traditions not found in the Bible are blind (Matt. 15:14). i'hey
"transgress the commandment of God" (Matt. 15:3), and worship
Him "in vain" (Matt. 15:9).

In Matthew 15:8-9, Jesus quotes the prophet Isaiah, "These people
draw near to Me with their mouth, And honor Me with their Iips, But
their heart is far from Me. And in vain they worship Me, Teaching as
doctrines the commandments of men." The whole idea behind
emphasizing WWJD ("What Would Jesus Do?") is to draw nearer to
Christ by becoming more Christ-like. However, Jesus says we cannot
draw nearer to Him by moving farther from God's word.

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Obituaries


Angela Leggett
Angela Leggett, 103, a
homemaker, died July 31, 2006, in
Perry.
-A -native of Atlanta, Ga., Mrs.
Leggett moved to Perry from
Saucier, Miss., in 1993. She was a
member of First Baptist Church in
Perry.
Survivors include: three sons,
Austin Leggett of Live Oak, Ellis
Leggett of Flomaton, Ala., and
Harold Leggett of Pembroke Pines;
one daughter, Lois Smith of Perry;
seven, grandchildren; numerous
great grandchildren and great great
grandchildren.
.-Funeral services will be held
Thursday, Aug. 3, at 1 p.m. at First
Baptist Church in Perry. Graveside
services will follow at 3 p.m. at
Rosemary Baptist Church
Cemetery in Live Oak.
Family members will receive
friends Thursday from 12 until 1
p.m.. prior to the service.
Beggs Funeral Home is in charge
of arrangements.
William Lewis
Carlton
\\ i,ihm Lewis "Bubba" Carlton,
31;.- died July 28, 2006, in
He'Was preceded in death by his
mother. Deborah Weekley, and
grandnm. iher, Bonnie Weekley.
Survivors include: two sons,
Dylan Carlton and Austin Carlton;
three sisters, Rhonda Lundy,
M leliss. Meyer and Carrie
Albrimiin, grandparents, Margie
and Robert Parker, and Lewis
Weekley, all of Perry.
Funeral. services were held
Tuesday,: Aug. 1, 'at 10 a.m., with
interment-at Woodlawn Cemetery
in Perr,. ,
Family members received
friends Monday from 6 to 8 p.m. at
Beggs Funeral Home, which was
in-.Eharge- of arrangements.
Michael James
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Michael James Messick, 18, died
Jul-2), 21`1106, at his residence in
Amnhon\. He was the son of Mark
Messickiand Donna King Dow.
Survivors include: a brother,


Brian Messick; a step-brother,
Cody Dow; and a sister, Laura
Messick.
Graveside services will be held
Friday, Aug. 4, at 2 p.m., at the
Waters Cemetery.
Joe P. Bums Funeral Home is in
charge of the arrangements.


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daughter of Wil Clark and Janet
Andrews, died July 31, 2006.
Survivors include: her parents;
maternal grandparents, Carolyn
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Irish storyteller
Tomaseen Foley
For nearly 50 years, the North
Florida Community College
(NFCC) Artist Series has brought
exceptional stage performances to
the north Florida area for fans of all
ages.
The 2006-07 season continues
the tradition.
The line-up includes Caribbean
island music, Irish tunes and dance,
Tchaikovsky's "Nutcracker," Glenn
Miller classics, hits of Rodgers and
Hammerstein and popular songs of
Billy Joel and Elton John.
Season passes are now available
and include admission to six
performances at Van H. Priest
Auditorium. Spanning September
J through March, performances
include:
Sept. 14--Caribbean Sound
Steel Drum and World I'lni,'
Ensemble:. Escape into a tropical
paradise featuring the enchantinm
sound of steel pans, one of the
most fascinating instruments of the
20th century. Enjoy .music from
around the world including the
energetic sound of Trinidad and
i Tobago, the home of the steel
pans. Soak up the spicy rhythmuns of
the islands, feel the vibrant
sambas of Latin music and
experience American jazz and
stirring patriotic music on steel
drums. It's an incredible musical
adventure.
Oct. 26--Tomaseen Fol v'"
Irish Times: Long before
Riverdance ordinary\ Irish men and
women left their homes and fields
on long summer evenings to meet"
their neighbors at the local
crossroads, where they filled the
S Celtic twilight with the laughter of
their stories and danced traditional
Irish dances to the fiery music of
fiddles, flutes, whistles, and
uilleann pipes., Experience this
Ireland--before the motor car, the
television and the telephohe--as
native Irish storyteller Tomaseen
Foley takes you into the infinitely
rich treasury of Ireland's cultural
heritage. Enjoy a night full of Irish
stories, music and dance featuring
S some of the most gifted exponents
of -the Celtic arts performing
today. \
Nov. 30--The Nutcracker
(Dance Alive National Ballet): It
wouldn't be the holiday season
without The Nutcracker! Swirling
snowflakes, toy soldiers, the
beautiful Sugar Plum Fairy and
Clara. and her Nutcracker Prince
make this the most famous ballet of
all time. Your heart will dance to
the beautiful music of


Tchaikovsky's "Waltz of the
Flowers" as the joyous season of
giving begins. Enjoy this great
holiday tradition performed by one
of the most distinguished and
creative ballet companies in the
Southeast--Dance Alive National
Ballet.
Jan. 23--The World Famous
Glenn Miller Orchestra: The world
famous Glenn Miller Orchestra is
the most popular and sought after
big band in the world today and
with its unique jazz sound is
considered to be one of the greatest
bands of all time. The present
Glenn Miller Orchestra was
formed in 1956 and tours
consistently, playing an average of
300 live dates a year all around the
world. Join us for a memorable
evening as trombonist Larry
O'Brien leads the orchestra in
performing such classics as
"Tuxedo Junction," "In the Mood,"
"Chattanooga Choo-Choo" and
more.
Feb. 20--Some Enchanted
Evening: The Songs of Rodgers
and Hammerstein: You've sung
them, danced to them and heard
them on the radio. They are the
best songs of the 20th century and
have become the soundtracks to
our lives. Enjoy a song and dance
musical featuring a thrilling blend
of Rodgers and Hammerstein's
music including melodies from the
int Broad'~a shows "The Sound-
of Music." "The King and f,"
Oklahoma'." "Carousel," "South
Pacific" and "State Fair."


'A featured performance of NFCC Artist Series will be "The Piano Man...a musical celebration
of the 1970s-year by year, hit by hit-from the songs of Billy Joel and Elton John."


The Nutcracker
March 13--The Piano Men
starring Jim i Witter: Featuring the
S.'.i :s o'Bili\ Joel and Elton John.:
A musical celebration of the
1970s--year by year, hit by hit-
from the songs of Billy Joel and
Elton John. Jim Witter and his
band lead a grand tour of an entire
decade \% iLh music and a visual trip
into the new s. people, automobiles,
TV shows and events of the 70s
era. You'll laugh. You'll ging. You'll
cheer. So sit back, relax and get
read. for a trip you'll remember
and want to take time and time
again.
To purchase a season pass,
individual tickets or for more
information about becoming an
Artist Series Angel sponsor,
contact the Office of College
Advancement at (850) 973-1653,
e-mail ArtistSeries@nfcc.edu
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of North Florida Community
College (NFCC) has announced
three sessions to orient new and
transfer academic students to the
NFCC campus before the fall term
begins Wednesday, Aug. 23.
Formal orientation is required
for first-time college and transfer
students seeking a college degree.
Students may 'choose from three


sessions: Tuesday, Aug. 15, at 8:30
a.m. or 11:30 a.m., or Tuesday,
Aug. 22; at 8:30 a.m.. Student
athletes must attend 'the Aug. 22
session.
Orientation sessions will be in
the NFCC Student Center. Planners
say that this is. an opportunity for
students unfamiliar with NFCC to
learn about the college experience,
take a campus' 'tour, learn how to


register via the Internet, and talk to
academic advisors.
"The college has planned a fun-
filled and informative program
with a complimentary lunch at
noon during all sessions, plus door
prizes."
Parents are also invited to
attend.
Students are encouraged to
reserve a space early. Those unable


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Nine 'Perry residents
received certificates of
completion from the Career &
Technical Division of North
Florida' Community. College
at its convocation ceremony
July 13.
President Morris G. Steen,
Jr. officiated as friends and
family filled Van H. Priest
Auditorium to honor
graduates, 'There were 74
graduates.
Christine Murphy, NFCC
alumnus and Perry resident,
gave the convocation address.
Murphy received an associate
degree from "NFJC in 1969
and a B.S. from Florida State
University in 1993. She
returned to NFCC in 2004 to
become a licensed practical
nurse (LPN) and received thp
Outstanding LPN Student
Award. She is married to tihe
Hon. Stephen Murphy, Taylor
County judge, also a NFJC
graduate. The couple has two
adult children and three
grandchildren.
Students receiving special
awards were: Tonya Blantoi
of Pinetta for Adult
Education; Jane Williams,
Perry, and Terrell McCloud,
Tallahassee, for Emergency.
Medical Services; Cyntlhia
Rowe (candidate) and Rose
Marie Smith, Madison, for
Patient Care Technician; and
Carol Lanier of Madisop for'
Licensed Practical Nursing.
Angela Culpepper tand
Karen Stewart,' LPN
instructors, conducted', the
traditional pinning of practical
nurse graduates. Jade M.
Howell. of Perry 'gave': the.
invocation and Cheryl A.
Dixon of Lee delivered the
benediction. Both are .LPN
graduates.
Taylor County graduates
included: Jane Williams,
EMT; Vickie Anderson, PCT;
Amanda Brooks, Jade Howell
and Ashley Johnson, LPN;
James Ryan Lavalle, Edgar R.
Mogan, .Lindsey Shaw and
Micah.Tyler, criminal justice.


to attend an orientation session, or,
those takingionly online or evening
classes, should contact Bobbie
O'Hara, director of Student
Services, for -orientatiori options.
Career and technical 'students are
.not required toQ.,attend.
For space .reservations or.
information, contact Student
* Services at (850)' ,913-1623 or
email oharar@nfcc.edu.


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.CIVIC GROUPS
AARP: last Wed., 10 a.m. at AMVETS
Post, #20 building (2499 Woods Creek
Road).'
Civil Air Patrol (CAP): second and fourth
Mon., 7 p.m., main hangar at the Perry/Fojey
' Airport.
Kiwanis Club: Wednesdays, noon,
Joyce's Main Street Cafe.
MainStreet Perry: first Monday of each
month, Perryfraylor 'County Chamber of
Commerceat noon.
NAACP: first Sunday, 5 p.m.,. at Jerkins
Community Center.
Optimist Club: Thurs., noon at Joyce's
Main Street Cafe. -
Perry Garden Club: third Wednesday,
10 a.m.
Perry Elks Lodge: second, third and,
fourth Tuesday, 8 p.m.
Perry Lodge 123, F&AM: 'first and third
Monday nights, 7:30 p.m.
Perry Lodge #187: first and third Wed.,
7 p.m., Masonic Hall.
Perry' Masonic Lodge 123: meets first
and third Monday nights, 7:30 p.m.
Perry Shrine Club: fourth Thurs.,
7 p.m. (club house on Courtney Road).
Perry Woman's Club: second Wed.,
noon (Sept. to May; subject to change).
Rotary Club: Tues., noon at Joyce's


Main Street Cafe.
Taylor County Leadership Council:
.second and fourth Friday, 7 p.m., Jerkins
Community Center.
Vogue XIII first Mon., 7:30 p.m. Call 584-
2404..
S"GOVERNMENT'I
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Airport Advisory Committee: fourth
Tuesday, 12 noon, Perry-Foley Airport.
Chamber of Commerce: second Thurs.,
8 a.m.. chamber board room.
City Council: second and fourth Tues., at
6'30:p.m
: .jCounty Commission: first Mon. and third
Tues.at 6 p.m., courthouse annex.
.Juvenile Justice Council: third Thurs.,
9 a.m., at Juvenile Justice Office, 1719
.Squth Jefferson Street.
Planning Board: first Thurs., 6 p.m.
Courthouse annex (61d post office).
Social Security: representatives, second
Tues;, 8:30 a.m. to noon, courthouse annex.
.Taylor. County Construction License
Board Meeting: third Fri., 2 p.m.,
courthouse annex.
Taylor:County Development Authority:
second Mon., noon, at Capital City Bank.
Taylor County School Board: first and
thirdd Tues., 7 p.m.
Taylor County Soil & Water Board:
fourth' Mon., 7 p.m., Chaparral Steakhouse.


Taylor Coastal Water and Sewer: third
Wed. at 18820 Beach Road, 5 p.m.
Tourism Development Council: second
Wed. 5 p.m., at Chamber of Commerce.

S INTERESTS

Business Network International (B.N.1):
every Tuesday, 7:30-9 a.m., Joyce's Main
Street Cafe. Visitors welcome.
Diabetes classes every Tuesday, 2 p.m.,
Doctors' Memorial Hospital.
FAMU Alumni Chapter: second Monday,
7 p.m., Jerkins Community Center.
Florida Forest Festival Board of
Directors: first Wednesday, 3:30 p.m.,
Chamber of Commerce. Call 584-TREE
(8733).
Girl Scouts Service Unit: first Tuesday,
7 p.m., Scout Hut.
Historical Society: open. Thursday
afternoons, 1-5 p.m.
Home Educators League of Perry
(HELP): second Thurs., 1:30 p.m., Forest
Capital Hall. Call 584-8553 or 584-9207.
. La Leche League International: second
Wed., 10:30 a.m., Taylor County Public
Library.
Miles of Smiles Clown Alley: first
Thursday, 7 p.m., at 901 North Calhoun
Street.
Mothers of Pre-Schoolers: first and third
Friday. Call 584-3826.


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Muskogee Creek Indian Nation: second
and fourth Sat., 7 p.m. Tribal grounds,
Lyman Hendry Road.
Muskogee Creek Indian Tribe: first
Saturday, Oak Hill Village on Woods Creek
Road.
National Wild Turkey Federation
(Yellow Pine Drummers): holds open
monthly meeting on first Thursday, Golden
Corral, 7 p.m. Call 584-9185.
Republican Party of Taylor County:
second Thursday of every month at 315 N.
Quincy.Street.
Taylor Coastal Communities
Association: second Tuesday, 7 p.m., at
the district building on Beach Road.
Taylor County Democratic Party: every
Thursday at the Chamber of Commerce.
Taylor Adult Program (TAP): Thursdays,
10 a.m., 502 N. Center Street. 223-0393.
Taylor County Amateur Radio Club:
first Monday, 7 p.m., Division of Forestry
office, 618 Plantation Road.
Taylor County Habitat for Humanity,
Inc.: board meeting, second Tues., 5:30
p.m., Room 208, Capital City Bank.
Taylor County Historical Society: third
Mon., 7 p.m. Historical Society building.
Society's museum is open every Thursday,
1-5 p.m.
Taylor County Horseman's Association
Horse Show: second Sat., 10 a.m. Arena


located on Bishop Blvd.
Taylor County Quilters: Tuesdays,
10 a.m. to noon, Taylor County Public
Library.
Taylor County Reef & Research Team:
second Thurs., 7 p.m., Forest Capital Hall.
Taylor Residents United for the
Environment (TRUE): first Tuesday, 7 p.m.,
at Hampton Inn.

SUPPORT GROUPS
Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are
held Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays
(closed), 8 p.m., at Heritage House on
Washington Street, across from public
library; another AA group meets Mondays,
Wednesday and Thursdays at Serenity
House, located at 1260 Hwy. 98 West,
across from the BP station at 8 p.m.
Alzheimer's Support Group for
Caregivers: every second Tuesday, at
7 p.m., First United Methodist Church.
Big Bend Hospice Advisory Council:
no scheduled meetings in the month of July;
meetings resume Aug. 22, at 1 p.m.
Cocaine Anonymous: every Saturday at
6 p.m., Serenity House, 1260 West Hampton
Springs Ave. (Hwy. 98).
Healthy Start Coalition: fourth Mon.,
9 a.m., Taylor County School District
Administrative Office Complex.
Narcotics Anonymous: every Sunday,


Tuesday and Wednesday at 7.p.m., and
Saturday at noon. All meetings are held-at
the St. James Episcopal Church, library
located at 1100 West Green Street' in
Perry.
SHARE distribution: fourth Sat., 9 a.m.,
at First United Methodist Church.
The Way: Christ-centered recovery
group, meets on Fridays at 7 p.m. at
Serenity House on Hwy. 98 W., across from
BP Station. Open to alcoholics, addicts,
family members and friends.
VETERANS

AMVETS Post 20 and AMVETS Ladies
Auxiliary: third Tuesday, 7 p.m., at 2499
Woods Creek Road. .
American Legion Post #291: second
Saturday, 10 a.m.
American Legion Post #96: first
Tuesday, 7 p.mn., American Legion Hall,
Center Street.
American Legion, Steinhatchee Post
291: fourth Tuesday, 8 p.m.
Sons of AMVETS: second Tuesday,
7 p.m., AMVETS post, located at 2499
Woods Creek Road.
Sons of Confederate Veterans: fourth
Thursday at VFW Post on Center 'Street,
7 p.m. For information, please call 584-5346.
VFW Post #9225: second Tues., .7 p.m.
(American Legion building).


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U.S.D.A. Inspected
Fresh Assorted
Pork Chops

$1.49b.


U.S.D.A. Inspected
Fresh Lean
Ground Chuck

$1.791b.


U.S.D.A. Inspected
Boneless Skinless
Chicken Breast

$1.79,b.


U.S.D.A. Inspected Fresh
Center-Cut Pork Chops
Family Pack

$2.49lb.


Bar-S
Meat Bologna

79. 16 oz


Tom & Ted's
Thick
Sliced Bacon
40 oz.

$5.99


Hillshire Farm
Smoked Sausage
IAll Varieties

$1.99lb.


Washington
Bing Cherries

$1.49 b.

Vine Ripe
Tomatoes

990lb.
Salad or Cole
Slaw Mix
16 oz.

$1I.28


Tennessee Pride Reser' S
Sausage t.iks5 Salads


10 oz.

$1.49


All Varieties 32 oz.

$1.99


Save*A-Lot on these Grocery Bargains!


Crisco
Vegetable Oil
64 oz.
$3.49


Orange
Juice
I gallon
$2.99


Hellman's
Mayonnaise
33%More 40 oz.


Totino's
Pizzas
Assorted Varieties
990


Axis
Bleach
96 oz.


Honey Nut Cheerios 2o
or Trix io.
$2.99


Campbell's
Spaghettios
26 oz.


Lipton Pasta
& Rice Sides
99%


Nissan Ramen
Noodles
Chicken or Beef 6 pack
79%


Kelloggs
Pop Tarts
16ct.
$1.99


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Perry Shopping Center
2020 S. Jefferson St. 584-2565
Mon.-Th. 8am 8 pm, Fri. & Sat. 8am 9pm, Sun. 8am 6pm
Cash Credit/Debit Cards Checks Food Stamps
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Yard Sale August 4-5, -8:00 --until,
clothing infants 4x, household items,
antiques, collectible.iteis,- industrial floor
cleaners boggers tires, misc. 4239 US
.Hwy, 19N.
8/2-8/9
Huge Yard Sale Friday Salurday and
Sunday. Some antiques. chickens, &
pigeons, sellers, welcome ( no clothing)
18486 North US -9 Lamont, FL
8/2-8/4EMC .: I ...
Multi-Family Yard Sale Saturday SundVav
and Monday. 6432 South Hwy 19 8 am-
until.
8/2-8/4
MISCELLANEOUS


For Sale L rncoln Wire Welder New Call
223-1099
7/28-8/4
Need Bass ;3iayer for Rock Cover band
call 843-3333 and leave message
/28-8/2
FOR .ALL '05' Kazuma 150 cc. green
auto reverse & shift w/reverse Askinq
$1,000. 2 Cockatiels with lgp age. Lots of
,oys and big playland. Cagelis 30x18x36.
asking $300. Call 223-1053. leave
-message.

JTS NEVER TO EARLY TO, START SHOPPING
;OR THE PE;IFE-T PROM DRESS. wO Size
.-mall dresses iOne form tirung purple
'15, One :.ram color, halter ni kline wiih
i flare starting at waisi matching dyeable
_ize 7 shoe .$25 (wtnh.shces) Call 223-
406 and leave message. Both like NewI'
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-liberty W.reless in Perry NOW All your
tell phore needs at one low price
Featuring: Pay as you go-No contracts no
.redit checks- No deposits Sprint
iNational PCS Network National coverage
--All digita E>ample $74.99 Nokia 2270 .:
-vith either 175 minutes with free night and
.weekends or 300 anytime minutes good
jor 60 days 13 cents a minute. Many
ilans and phones to choOSe from. Call us
vt 850-584-4551 GuARANTED SALE:
locatedd ai 6041 Beach Rd, Perry..
:7/21.8/16


Corrimercial Building for sile 13.500 sq
ild Bad,:oc. Furniture Building. Call 850-
4-18.891 Peie Foraner
7/19RtinBC
.2 ACRES JODY MORGAN NICELY WOODED
'READY TO RENT. Bring yoi' Mobile Home
uor R V few lots available. PUBLIC BOAT
"RAMP & KEATON BeAcaW-ver,.lJose,
'Flexible terms Call Anytlfrt.-632.
582v'or 305-866-0460 -
i7 9-8 1 :- -
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.Land lor sale 221 North' ae~Ve.ShIoh
iChurticn Rd and Cairo Pak.RoR .1 acre
ifl.s win paved roads. .Q' ier 1inancring
Pavaiilable Please call,(386 '658-1346 or
18501 584.74-66
rfEF
SFor Sale By Owner Duplex Rental
SProperty Good Investment Opportunirv
SBoth sides currently rented Asking 165K
ESerous Offer- will be considered Call
.584-3118
. 712.8/4



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2 city lots behind PIZZA HUT, on
Magnolia street large live oak, fenced with
well, ready for your home. excellent buy!
$65,000. Call Jason Heartsfield @ 850-
843-0503. Nature Coast Inc.
6/30tfnJH
2800 SF 4 BR/2 Bth home.on 1.8 ac. off
Paul Poppell Rd. w/enclosed patio,
beautiful sunroom, large attic storage,
fenced in backyard with inground pool.
great neighborhood! Excellent buy!
$250,000. Call Jason Heartsfield @ 850-
843-0503. Nature Coast Inc.
6/30tfnJH
2 acres on'lorgan Whiddon Rd. secluded
& has 2 wells, septic tank, power pole and
older model single wide trailer. Call 1850-
418-3385.
8/2-9/1


FOR RENT
Large Office
Space
Great Location in
Downtown Perry
$535 per Month

Call 850-556-2336




2 BR mobile home, fully furnished, very
clean in top condition. Central AC, nice
patio lots of shrubbery, no electric deposit,
will accept 1 very small child, no pets 584-
4366
8/2-8/11
For rent 3 BR/2 bath Double wide
furnished, included water $575 mo. Also
. available 3 BR/1 bath, furnished include
waier $475 mo. Call 584-5970
8/2-8/4
For Rent 2 BR/2 bath MH. No children or
pets. Responsible adults only. Proof of
income and references a must. $450
month + $450 deposit. Call 584-5832.
8/2-8/4
For Rent y HAy 221 Srady Grove 1
iedrocn rr, new lul rjrir,h*.r, wi
kilchr ner le lurnisrih d or urilurnihed,
AlHea included access to den and
porch $5'50 per mrnilh rNegoiable 850-
843-4590 :r 850-22 -3630
Home for Rent 3 .,ed!1 1'2 bin nice
),:alOiCrn grl ii,.ighborhiood new
appiiance.-. urlisin. tile newly painted,
inside ?. u i largJ le nced yard larqe shed,
close 10 .crioL,-is Nc. FP,-i ,E650 nmth $900
se.urilv IOnl down $ 1550 Leave-
message 3.2.49.24C95 Call1 3nyiimrne
7.2l.82
Southern Villas of Perry!!
N.-w Mari, Qrierilii
HUD .',-juchrer::. a pled I anj 2 bdrocm
HL' arid rion-Hi- 3a,:':isitl oparlrenn.s.
C ll 8 .5'. I4.. 11 TDi TT, 711 315
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I.or lp l,'E ilri .alier ,;s and lrash
rei,.-oval ri'lu3md .nlv Oi.nihly Call
S,7 :1 Group H.irealty ,. 85.-584-.4401
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efland
itlet on the West Coas
VITH OUR ADVERTISING--
ITH OUR PRICES!
based from Prestige Homes
ery & Set-Up...PERIOD!


WOODRIDGE APARTMENTS!!
1, 2 and 3 BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments. HUD vouchers considered.
Eoual Opportunity. Office hours are 8:00-
5:00 Mon-Thurs. Call 850-584-5668. 709
W. Church St., Perry, FL 32348. TDD 711.
tfWA
Commercial Building For Lease Down
town building Brand new. 10 office's
including receptionist area and waiting
area. All internet and phone equip,
handicap accessible bathroom. Must see,
Call Select Group Realty at 850-584-4401.
7/12tfnSCR



Advent Christian Village
658-JOBS (5627)
ARNP OR PA FT position to work in a
rural health clinic with MD and PA;
unrestricted Florida license required.
Duties include on-call, weekend'rotation,
and back up for long-term care residents.
Benefits include health, dental, life,
disability, savings, AFLAC supplemental
policies, access to onsite daycare and
fitness facilities. EOE; Drug Free
Workplace, Criminal background checks
required. Apply in person at ACV
Personnel Department Mon thru Fri, 9:00
a.m. until 4:00 p.m., Carter Village Hall,
10680 Dowling Park Drive, Dowling Park,
FL; fax resume to (386) 658-5160; or visit
www.ACVillage.net
7/21-8/2
TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
County Administrator- $65,561 $73,798 +
benefits
Road Maintenance Tech $8.04/ hr. +
benefits
Planner $34,777 $39,145 + benefits
Fire Fighter $10.78/hr + benefits = must
have Florida FF certificate
Custodian 15 hrs. per week $6.49/hr.
Entire job descriptions and requirements
can be viewed at www.libioinfo.com or
Taylor Employment Connections, 1702 S.
Jefferson St. Positions are open until
filled. Taylor County is an EOE/VP/Drug
Testing/ Background Check Employer.
7/21tfnBCC
Aucilla Christian Academy is currently
'accepting applications for a bus driver
po,'irion. Must have or be w*iling 1, i.bta'nt
a CDL class B iilh F and b,
endorsements. Also, must be a positive,
Christian role model. For more information
or to apply, please contact the school at
997-3597.
7/28-8/4ACA
Drivers & Contractors:
Home through the week!
Drop & Hook Loads!
Great Pay/Benefits!
CDL-A, 3 yrs exp.
browntrucking.com
770-344-2028
7/26-8/4


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Choose from
2 or 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath
Exceeds New Gov't Standards


$275 o.


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stige Homes!
d 800-477-2492


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collectibles-any year)
old Silver Dollars
hes *- Diamonds
)orts Memorabilia -
' Historical Items
toys/wind-up toys


1.... srict School Board of Taylor
County Head Start Program is accepting
applications for the following vacant
positions:
Bus Aide (Perry) 9 mos, 4 hrs. (2 hours in
the morning; 2 hours in the afternoon)
Minimum qualifications are: A High School
Diploma. Patience and a special desire to
work with preschool students. Must be in
excellent physical condition and able to
do heavy lifting. Ability to follow
instructions and communicate effectively
and courteously.
Interested applicants please .contact,
Employment Connection, 584-7604. This
position is open to school board
employees and the general public. The
Taylor County School Board adheres to a
drug free Workplace policy. Drug testing
with a negative result is required. Head
Start employees must pass health
screening, fingerprinting, and background
check required by DCF for licensing
daycare .workers. Closing date for this
position is August 9, 2006, 12:00 Noon. ,
If reasonable ADA accommodations are
needed for the application process, please
notify our Personnel Director during the
application period at 850-838-2500.
8/2-8/4
Driver Dedicated Regional
*Guaranteed*
Home EVERY Wkend
Avg, $825- 1025/wk
65% preloaded/pretarped
Jacksonville, FL Terminal
CDL-A req'd 877-428-5627
www.ctdrivers.com
8/2
Help Wanted. For more information call
Steinhatchee Ace Hardware at 352-496-
7269
8/2-8/25SAH
HOUSEKEEPERS NEEDED
Experienced housekeeper needed.
Dependable with reliable.transportation is
a must. Please apply in person at
Steinhatchee Landing Resort, 203 Ryland
Circle, Steinhatchee, FL 32359. 352-498-
3513.
12/9tfnSL
Instructional Coordinator of Criminal
Justice Program at North Florida
Community College. Partial Duties
include: scheduling of instructors, courses
-and facilities; maintenance of records;
teach classes as needed; participate in
department -and college activities.
Qualifications: Hold or. have held
Ceitfioftionvfrom GJSTG inobne'dr more !
fields and have a minimum of two years
experience in the field. Must have current
certification as CJSTC CMS instructor.
High Liabilities a plus. BA/BS Degree I
preferred. Entire job description on
website.
Applications to, Director HR, NFCC, 325
NW Turner Davis Drive, Madison, Florida
32340. Application packet requires letter,
resume and application. Application is
available on website at www.nfcc.edu.
Applications must be received by August
11,2006. EOE
8/2-8/4


Doctors' Memorial Hospital is now hiring for the positions listed below. Our 48-bed acute care
facility offers a competitive salary and benefits package, retirement plan, and flexible scheduling.
Please fax resume to the Human Resources Department at (850) 584-0661, E-Mail to
dianam@doctorsmemorial.com, or call (850) 584-0866.


Emergency Medical Services:
Flight Paramedic, PRN

Imaging Services:
Nuclear Medicine Tech, Part-Time
Echo/Sonographer, PRN
Ultrasound Tech, PRN


Med-Sura:
Registered Nurse, Med-Surg,
Full-Time 7A and 7P
Registered Nurse, PRN
Licensed Practical Nurse, PRN,7P
Licensed Practical Nurse, Full-Time,.7P


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Once-in-a-Lifetime Opportunity!

FREE TRAINING! FREE TRAINING!

Interested in a Health Care Career?
Love older people and people of all ages in need of care?
Always wanted to work in nursing?
Want to be a CNA but can't afford it?
Got your high school diploma or GED?
Got a clear record?
Are you at least 18 years old?
We provide training at no cost to you!*
Will Pay for Certificate Exam!**
Lake Park of Madison is looking for compassionate, quality-minded, self-starters
willing to take an intensive 15-day course at no charge that prepares you for
the State of Florida CNA certification examination. If successful in passing the
course, you are eligible for an job at Lake Park of Madison until you can get
your CNA certificate.*** '

The next CNA Exam prep course is offered every day for 3 weeks, Mon.-Fri.
8:00-5:00 starting Monday, September 25, 2006, at 8:00 a.m. and ending with
a graduation ceremony on Friday, October 13, 2006. The,course is offered at
Lalke Park of Madison Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, 259 SW Captain
Brown Road, Madison, FL.

If interested, please call 850-973-8277, Human Resources Department.
Applications accepted through August 31, 2006.
*Must pass course for free tuition
"Must get certification for free certification exam.
***Must get certification within 60 days of hire.
Lake Park of Madison is an Equal Opportunity Employer and adheres to requirements
of Title VII of'the Civil Rights Act in selecting employment candidates and employees.


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mall ads...big deals!!


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KNOCK! KNOCK! WHO'S THERE?
Force One is a recruiting office seeking
18-24 girls & guys to work and travel w/
managers who clear magazines like
Vogue & G Q through I.S.S.
I.S.S. is the Best!! It's a youth incentive
program that will take you coast to coast
discover a world waiting for you! Earn
$400-800 wk. Plus bonuses Pd. hotels &
transportation. No experience needed.
Sometimes opportunity knocks, right now
its BANGING!
1-800-701-1442
parents welcome at interviews
www.forceoneteam.com
8/2

D.S. DESIGNS SALON in Tallahassee
Now Hiring Stylists
Great benefits, flexible hours. Call Don or
Suzanne for interview 850-877-6129
8/2-8/4

Maintenance Position Competitive
Pay/Excellent benefits Actual field
experience required, multi-family
community. Call 9:00 am-4:00 pm Monday
- Friday. 850-584-6842.
7/19-8/11
Experienced convenience store manager
needed. Call Ware Oil at 584-6666 or fax
resume to 584-6339. Ware Oil is an equal
opportunity employer of drug free
workplaces.
7/7tfnWO


Kids 70CC 4-wheeler excellent condition,
$650 OBO 223-1952
8/2-8/4
Registered 357 Ruger Revolver $325 Call
584-6484
8/2
19 1/2 skiff 2003, 90 Yamaha, shallow
water, intake on motor, nice boat, need to
sell $5,500. Call 578-2498
8/2
For Sale 25' Century Boat $3500 Call 838-
1723
7/26-8/3



Low Cost Pet Vaccinations!
Saturday, 8/5 from 12 noon-2 pm at
Country Time Feed in Perry. Dog, Cat and
horse vaccination specials. Heart worm
test & Coggins. Heart worm and flea
prevention available. Pick up your flyer
today at Country Time Feed.
8/2-8/4
FREE puppies Lab/chow solid black, need
a good home. 8 weeks old. Call 584-9290
8/2-8/9

Dachshund puppies miniature longhair
and wire coats-health certificate. $300 up
838-3443.
7/19-8/11


$200...Will be ready in two weeks...reserve one now.
(..850) 83a-1463



FOR SALE




Washers & Dryers $100 & up
Location: Big Bend Buildings -- 1700 S. Byron Butler Pkwy.
(next to Wilson's Bait & Tackle)
584-2260 or 843-0356 (cell) Mon.-Fri. 9:00-5:30 Sat. 10:00-2:00





DRIVERS *


$2000.00

UP FRONT BONUS


WANT TO BE HOME T NIGHT?
If you are looking for a great job that will allow
you to plan your activities well in advance...
just give us a call.

REQUIREMENTS: CLASS CDL
HAZMAT
TANKER

NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!!!
WE WILL TRAIN YOU

CALL 850-584-6666 ext. 4021





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CNAs Part-Time Sign-On Bonuses


RN Weekend Supervisor


RNs and LPNs All Shifts


RN or LPN Weekend Treatment Nurse




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For Sale

Full-blooded chocolate/black labs


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584-2565


Mon.-Th. 8am 8 pm, Fri. & Sat. 8am 9pm, Sun. 8am 6pm
Cash Credit/Debit Cards Checks Food Stamps


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We reserve the right to limit quantities.


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U.S.D.A. Inspected
Fresh Assorted
Pork Chops

$1.49Ib.


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U.S.D.A. Inspected
Boneless Skinless
Chicken Breast

$1.79lb.


U.S.D.A. Inspected Fresh
Center-Cut Pork Chops
Family Pack

$2.49 lb.


Bar-S
Meat Bologna

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Hillshire Farm
Smoked Sausage
All Varieties

$1.99.


Washington
Bing Cherries

$1.49b.

Vine Ripe
Tomatoes

S9901b.

Salad or Cole
Slaw Mix
16 oz.

$1.28


Tennessee Pride
Sausage-inlks.
10 oz.

$1.49


Reser's
Salads
All Varieties 32 oz.

$1.99


Save-A-Lot on these Grocery Bargainsl


Crisco
Vegetable Oil
64 oz.
$3o49
Orange
Juice
I gallon
$2.99


Axis
Bleach
96 oz.


Hellman's
Mayonnaise
33% More 40 oz.
$2.99


Totino's
Pizzas
Assorted Varieties


Honey Nut Cheerios 20 oz.
S ... or Trix io

$2.99


Campbell's
Spaghettios
26 oz.


Upton Pasta
& Rice Sides
99


Nissan Ramen
Noodles
Chicken or B f 6 pack
7w


Kelloggs
Pop Tarts
16 ct
$1.99


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Ford F150 XLT 1998, V8, ext. cab $5000,
call 850-445-3907, power everything.
7/26-8/11

For Sale 1997 Chrysler Sebring
Convertible $4,500 Call 584-4257
evening, 584-7916 Day, 838-7998 Day.
7/26-8/4

2004 white Ford Ranger, straight cab only
11k miles, still under warranty 28MPG,
Cruise control, AC, automatic, 4 cyl.
Asking $11,500 Call 850-584-4723 or 838-
7807
7/28-8/4
Fiberglass topper fits F250 Superduty,
black $300, 2 side mount 4 ft. alum.
toolbox $50.
8/2-8/4

For Sale: new UWS toolbox S-10 size,
$125, new 4x6 combination window $50
Call 584-5958
8/2-8/4


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Free pickup of junk cars/ trucks, farm
equipment and abandoned or unwanted-
vehicles. Top cash on all that run. Call.... RFP: Professional Consulting Services for
386-344-3930. Architectural/Engineering Services
7/14-10/4 Pursuant to Florida Statutes Chapter
287.055 (Consultant's Competitive
LOOKING FOR UNWANTED Negotiations Act) the. North Florida
Community College Board of Trustees
APPLIANCES: invites qualified professional consulting
Refrigerators, Washers, Dryers, firms to submit not later than 2:00 p.m.,
Windows, AC Units, Working or August 28, 2006, five (5) copies of the
following documents to Mr. Dale
Non-working. Give me a call and Hackle, Director of Physical Plant, 325
I'll pick it up! Call 843-0356. NW Turner Davis Drive, Madison, FL
32340. For information: 850-973-1616 or
e-mail to: hackled@nfcc.edu
NEED CASH? Letter of Interest.
GOT JUNK? Statement of Qualifications
GOT JUNK CARS, TRUCK? Current GSA Standard Form 254
i BUY SCRAP METALS!!l Current GSA Form 255
850-838-JUNK (5865) (Corporations only), a copy of the
850-838-JUNKS(5865) current Corporate Certification showing
State Certified Scales validation date and the designation of
7/28-1/03 professional or professionals qualifying
the corporation to practice
architecture.
Certificate of Insurance verifying
professional liability insurance in the
"aount of $1,000,000.
A copy of the applicants current
J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care. Professional Registration Certification
Licensed and insured. Free estimates. We from the appropriate governing board.
also grind stumps. Call today 8?.-12n c' .C' .licant must be properly
Firewood for sale. ,.. r at the time of application to
..rewoo. or sale. architecture/engineering in the
tfJD :.: r. :i Florida.
'? HURRICANE SEASON IS HERE!!! Sworn Statement under Section
TREE REMOVA, STUMP GRINDING 287.133(3)(a), Florida Statutes, on Public
TREE REMOVAL, STUMP GRINDING Entity 'Crimes.
Free Estimates, Bucket Truck Available, statement of Minoritys Business or Small
branches -trimmed. Licensed & Insured. Business designation, if any.
Call John (Sesock), (850) 584-2027 or The architecj/engineer shall provide
(850) 591-8301. professional services for: Project A;
8/2-8/30 Remodeling of the old Science Building
for use as a Developmental Education
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. Annie Mae Murpr,
SClerk of the Circuilt COuun
By:'Marti LdVdlie
SDeputy Clerk
8/2,8/9


In the Circuit Court for Taylor County,
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. InRe: -Estate- of Wallace D. Gowens,.'
Deceased
Case Number: 06-485-CP
Probate Division
Notice to Creditors .
The administration of the Estate of


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NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR
STATEMENTS OF QUALIFICATIONS
The Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners is- soliciting sealed
statements of qualifications for
Professional Surveying and Mapping
Services.
Qualified firms or individuals desiring to
provide the required services must
submit nine (9) packages in a sealed
envelope or .similar package marked
iSealed SOQ for Professional Surveying
and Mapping Services" to the Clerk
oftCourt, 1st Floor Courthouse, 108 North
Jefferson Street, Suite 102, Perry, Florida
32347 or P.O. Box 620, Perry, Florida
32348, to arrive no later than 4:00 P.M.,
local time, on August 22, 2006. All SOQs
MUST- have the respondent's name and
mailing address clearly shown on the
outside of the envelope or package
when submitted. SOQs will be opened
and respondents announced at 6:15
P.M. local time, or as soon thereafter as
practical, ontAugust 22, 2006, in the
Taylor County Administrative Complex,
201 East Green Street, Perry, Florida
32347.
SOQ information MUST be obtained from
the Clerk of Court, 1st. Floor Courthouse,
108 North Jefferson Street, Suite 102,
Perry, Florida 32347, (850) 838-3506.
The County reserves the right, In its sole
and absolute discretion, to reject any or
all Proposals, to cancel or withdraw,this
solicitation at any time and waive any
irregularities in the RFQ process. The
County reserves the right to award any
contract to the respondent which it
deems to offer the best overall service;
therefore, the County is not bound to
award any contracts) based on the
lowest quoted price. The County, In its
sole and absolute discretion, also
reserves the right to waive any minor
defects in the process and to accept
the proposal deemed to be In the
Countyls best Interest. The County, In its
sole and absolute discretion, also
reserves the right to assign a local
business preference in an amount of
five (5) percent of- the proposal price
pursuant to Taylor County ordinance No.
2003-12. No faxed Proposals will be
accepted.
Additional information may be obtained
from:
Taylor County Engineering Division
201 East Green Street
Perry, FL 32347
(850) 838-3500, Ext. 4
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS, Taylor County, Florida
8/2, 8/9BCC

In the Circuit Court of the Third Judicial
Circuit In and for Taylor County, Florida
Case No. 06-441-CA
Carson Coakley and Margot Coakley;
Plaintiffs
vs.
Unknown heirs of Gladys Vera Cruce; All
other parties claiming by, through,
under, or against Gladys Vera Cruce;
and All unknown parties having or
claiming to have any right title, or Interest
in the property described in this
complaint,
Defendants.
Notice of Action
To: Unknown heirs of Gladys Vera
Cruce; All other parties claiming by
through, under, or against Gladys Vera
Cruce; and All Unknown parties having
or claiming to have any right, title or
interest in the property described In this
complaint
You are notified thai or, .aci..r, i e. auiet
titLe.Jo, the.following c.r'.er ir, rai J i
County, Florida:
Lot 13: '
- Commence at the Southeast corner of
the- Southwest 1/4 of Section 27,
Township 3 South, Range 7 East, and run


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North 01 degree, 04 minutes, 08
seconds West 193.46 feet; thence run
South 01 degree, 04 minutes West
369.76 feet; thence run North 89
degrees, 56 minutes East 395.55 feet to
the center of Rocky Creek; thence run
Southwesterly along center of Rocky
Creek thru a chord bearing a distance
of South 82 degrees, 17 minutes, 08
seconds West 193.46 feet; thence run
South 01 degree, 04 minutes West
369.76 feet; thence run North 89
degrees, 56 minutes, 42 seconds East
191.22 feet to the Point of Beginning.
Said parcel is located in the Southwest
1/4 of Section 27, Township 3 South,
Range 7 East, and contains 1.5 acres,
Less and Except the South 30 feet for
road right of way; Together with an
easement for ingress and egress over
the following described property, to-wit:
Certain property to be used as road
right of way described as: 60 foot road
radius oul de sac at end of road. Said
right of way being 30 feet each side of
the following described centerline and
.cul de sac. being at end of said
centerline; Commence at the Southeast
corner of the Southwest 1/4 of Section
27, Township 3 South, Range 7 East, and
.run North 89 degrees, 56 minutes, 43
seconds East,. along the section line (
bearing base), 50.0 feet to the Westerly
right of way line of a county maintained
road; thence run Northeasterly along
said right of way 204.4 feet to the Point
of in.irr .n t' .: a.i ci centerline; thence
from said Point of Beginning run South 89
degrees, 56 minutes, 42 seconds West
346.13 feet to end of said centerline
and the centerpoint of a 40 foot radius
cul de sac.
has been filed against you. You are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on Kimberly L. King,
Plaintiff's attorney, .whose, address is
Hayward & Grant, P.A., 2121-G Killarney
Way, Tdllahassee, FL 32309, within 30
days after the first publication of this
notice, and file the original with the clerk
of this court either before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or, immediately,
thereafter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or petition.
Dated July 3rd, 2006.
Hon. Annie Mae Murphy
As Clerk of the Court
By: Marti Lavalle
As Deputy Clerk
7/12, 7/19, 7/26, 8/2

- RFP: Construction Management Services
The North Florida Community College
Board of Trustees invites qualified
professional construction management
firms to submit not later than 2:00 p.m.
on August 28, 2006, five (5) copies of
the following documents to Mr. Dale
Hackle, Director of Physical Plant, 325
NW Turner Davis Drive, Madison, FL
32340. For information, 850-973-1616 or
e-mail hackledi'anlcc edu
Company nisr.:l~:/ hiiure personnel,
';:ernse:. and e.perier.cc.
S"elotea pr.)eac:s sinmii.jar in scope or
amount completed 6y.the company.
Financial information such as balance
sheet and statement of operations.
Project management, scheduling and
cost control svTremr tre company uses
for similar, projects.
Proposed minority business involvement
in ine pojec.-
Cost control and value engar.,eeng
techniques,.
Desc,'ili.:r, ol iiiig.aor, r. m or disputes,
c 3pfro3ct 'deiaujh; and ent-in th stast.fiA'e
(5)' years.' .
references -
For .onslaeroiaor,. r. provide
CorsTwiic or. Management L.er.ic.es for:
Project : A remnoaeling or ire old.
Scier,.:e Bidng .fori use as, a-
Developmental Ecucatiror, Laoc:,ialor,
Suile and a'; sMamn Cio;.ro',:n: and
.Pm. omdeing Sciernce anr 1.la0r, Annex
as A.uaic.isual Faciiles ine u.aget for
his protect is 54 107 448
The College reseres tre righnl .: refuse
Sal prroposals aboard croject: ar a
: ,ole or in rne comoinaiion nicn ur ..
Suils the neeas of ine College
lne oroposaos shnal be oddresed o t. 'ir
Dale HCKlie ana shoal be rnoh-aed
SProJec A. Prol'csal lor Con-ruCti.:,rn
Management Service3, Namne il un-i ,
SAdOless al Firm Cir,'. Siore Z7,1 Code
NFCC is an eauoi acces./eauol .
opportunity inslltution
8/2,8/9

In. the Circuit Court of the third Judicial..
Ci.. cuit in and lot Taylor Cour.r,' Florida
Case Nio 06 13 CA
Sunited Sat'es of America, Rural Housing
Ser.-ice USEA.' f/k/a Farmers Home.
SAdminisTrarlion
Plaintiff, '
V.
Doretha Smith; Unknown Spouse of
SDoreina Smin .Latoya S. Jackson, A
Minor, and aoi unknown parties claiming
by, through, under or against the herein
ra, nmed Delferiaanr who are nor known
to oe deaoa or alive, whether said
unknown ,parties claim as heirs,
devilsees, grantees,, assignees, lienors,
creditors, trustees, spouses, or other
claimants., Tenanti l anai-r T-rnant #2, :
: me ponies intended to acc:.urnf for the
person or persons In possession; the
unknown heirs, .grantees, dev[sees,
lienors, trustees, and creditors of'Lynda-
Faulk, deceased, arid all claimants,
persons or parties, Natural or corporate,
and whose exact legal status Is
unknown claiming by, through, under or :.
against L naa Fdulk, deceased, or any
Sof the herein named or described.;
defendants or parties claiming to have -.
Sany right, title or interest In and to the
property herein described
..- Defendants\
Notige of Sole
Notice is.hereby given that, pursuant to.
the Final Judgment of Foreclosure doted
July 24, 2006.in this cause, I will sell the
property situated in Taylor County,
Florida described as:
Lot 13 and the northeasterly 21.66 feet of
lot 14, beIlng.ln block "E" of Springlake
Heights Subdivision as recorded.In Plat
Book 1, page 79, of the public records of.,
S: Taylor County, Florida.
a/k/a 102 JOANN STREET, PERRY, FL 32348 '1
at public sale,'to "the highest and best;,
bidder, for cash, at the West Side of the.
STaylor County Courthouse 108 North..:'
.Jefferson Street. Rerry, Florida, at 11:00'
o'clock am.. on August 24, 2006.


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Wallace D. Gowens, deceased, whose
date of death was May 12, 2006, is
pending in the Circuit Court for Taylor
County, Florida, Probate Division, File
Number 06-485-CP, the address of
which is Taylor Courthouse, P.O. Box 620
(32348), 108 North Jefferson Street, Perry,
Florida 32347. The names of the Personal
RepresentatLve and the Personal
Representative's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons, who have claims or demands
against decedent's Estate, Including
unmatured, contingentor unliquidated
claims, and who have been served a
copy of this notice, must file their claims
with this Court within the later of three (3)
months after the date of the first
publication of this notice or thirty (30)
days after the date of service of a
copy of this notice on them.
All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons who have claims or
demands against the decedent's
Estate, including unmatured, contingent
or unliquidated claims, must file their
claims with this court within three (3)
months after the date of the first
publication of this notice.
All claims not so filed will be forever
barred.
Notwithstanding time periods set forth
above, any claim filed two (2) years or
more after the decedent's date of
death Is barred. The date of first
publication of the notice Is August 2,
2006.
Attorney for Personal Representative:
J. Alan Cox
Florida Bar No. 31149.9
1660 Metropolitan Circle
Tallahassee, Florida 32308-3731
Telephone No. (850)298-4444
Personal Representative:
Wallace Guy Gowens
4803 Lakely Drive
Tallahassee, Florida 32303
8/2, 8/9


PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC HEARING
APPEAL FOR SPECIAL EXCEPTION
The City of Perry Board of Adjustment
and Appeals will hold public hearing In "-
the City Council meeting room, Perry,
Florida on Monday, August 07, 2006 at
6:15 p.m., or as soon thereafter as
possible, to hear an appeal by George
Barclay (rep. Albert or Robin Gray-
Strickland) to be granted a Special
Exception to permit a group living facility
at the property described below and
zoned RSF-1:
Legal Description: Beginning at the
Southeast Corner of the North Half of the
Northwest Quarter of Southwest Quarter
(N Q of NW of SW 0) of Section 13,
Township 4 South, Range 7 East; thence
run North 150 feet, thence West
approximately 363 feet or to the East
right of way line of Highway 221; thence .
Southeasterly along said right of way line
to the half forty line of said Northwest
Quarter of Southwest Quarter; thence
East on said half forty line to the point of
beginning; containing one acre more or
less.
ALSO KNOWN AS TAX PARCEL NUMBER
13-04-07-02554-000
Location of Property: 1824 North
Jefferson Street Perry, FL .
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to
Florida Statutes 286.0105, that any
person deciding to appeal any
decision of the Board of Adjustment with
respect to any matter considered at
the meeting will need a record of the
meeting and may need to ensure that
verbatim record of the proceedings Is
made; which record include"'-th'e
testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is to be based.
ATTEST:
Robert A. Brown,
City Manager
CITY OF PERRY
8/2


Taylor County's history is featured in each

Friday's Looking page--perfect for social

studies/history classes;


Government-in-action through City Council

and County Commission reports--teaching
students, civics lessons on a local level; -



* School news, complete with honor rolls, '
lunch menus, special recognition and more-

encouraging excellence in the classroom;


,* Letters, to the Editor revealing concerns of

local individuals about their community--

stressing the importance of being able to

communicate ideas and opinions;



* Classified ads carrying job opportunities,

local services and real estate listings--giving an:

accurate portrayal of Taylor County's growth

and job, potential.



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B-6 The Taco Times August 2, 2006

Letters to the Editor


TEC
PROJECT MANA
Continued from pa
:We'll: work wit
institutions to en
right:programs are
provide the spe
required for the fu
plant.-:We plan to
workforce with
employees who de
* pay and benefits the
Center will offer.
forward, we'll be t
community more
and,, as always, we
suggestions.
_.We've also hear
Stfie environment c
concern. From t
environmental pro
bieen a.top priority
Taylor Energy C
comiminitted to dev
thfit*'is among the
kiii.d in the
co6ifimitment to
ehivironment is u


'unwavering'
.GER are so serious about this
geB-2 commitment that we have set
e aside $500 million--one 'third of
h all of these the plant's cost--to incorporate the
sure that the best environmental control
offered and to technology available. The Taylor
cific training Energy Center will even be a
ture jobs at the leader in the use of a Wet
*build a strong Electrostatic Precipitator (ESP),
many local an advanced technology that will
serve the great even further reduce emissions.
e Taylor Energy Through these efforts, the plant's
As we move emissions will meet or exceed all
walking with the air quality standards set to protect
about this issue Ituman health and the
welcome your environment.
As the project moves forward,
rd that keeping we want feedback and suggestions
:lean is a chief from community members. In the
he beginning, meantime, I want to assure you,
tection has also our new-heighbors, that we are
y for us at the' indeed listening 'to your
'enter. We are comments, and more importantly,
eloping a plant we are working to address them.


cleanest of its
country. Our
protecting the
nwavering. We


Mike Lawson
Project Manager,
Taylor Energy Center


RJELS
gontin4ed from page B-2
i quires expensive equipment,
fiofusands of gallons of .fuel.
LocallN we're not getting any
break Perry and the surrounding
area has the highest and most
redatory fuel policy of anywhere
ifuthe:world.
i:i-tfs bid for the fuel let 5 or 6
different fuel companies bid for the
feFl-they could be from Georgia,
vthefiS locations in Florida,
la.l ma,'Oregon, anywhere but
Rere.:-


Writer s


Another item is property taxes -
when will the increases stop will
the property owners be getting any
of this energy center money t9 off-
set rising property taxes. Officials
are having dreams about spending,
spending and more spending. It is,
in their nature
But you reach a point where fuel
price gouging and excessive
property taxes kill the golden
goose and then nobody has a place
to live or a car to drive and the.
city dies.
David Kerry Johnson


mirks at


c ty ordinance


TRASHY
Continued from page B-2 .
trash.roller back to the yard, 'so I
didn'tthink you were supposed to.
i:And..I have no idea which days
.actually are the garbage days 'cause,
tbe-big, black, ugly, sianky, dirty,
,p-lastie heavy carta-majigs just
.tslaV out there on the curbside
everyry day. Yep... 24/7 as some
- :f-lkslove to say. I hate that
.;ying. By the .way, you would
Sffink the note would have told me
'4hich-days were the garbage days,
.uc nope.
.MyT neighbors don't seem to
.ifiad- ..having their .bigi ugly,
Zbla.ck~iirty stanky, trash carriers
6oi f11 the time. They aren't upset..
:or trying to impress anyone either,
I guess.
- t; 4aNtter of a fact, who is this
S --rmi who 'wrote this city
-ordi t~nce. Oh yeah, did I forget to
tell you that the garbage note said
.thai: io only were you supposed
-tobring the rash out to the street
you-had to according to a City of
Perry :ordinance). bring it back?
*How far? Heck the note didn't
specify if 15 feet was enough? Or
'25 feet? Come to think of, it, it
wasn't a %erN good note after all.
" That garbage note.
Who are these people? Who
caires'."Who wants to lug this big,
stanky, black. dirt.\, ugly thing
SouLtQ.the street in the morning on
the \ay to work when you are
dressed for work- and chance
gettifig some of the big old stanky
garbage stuff on you and then
iTmnfgTate for work and having to
go'back and change clothes?
.-Didn'i bother anyone in my
S pihole-neighborhood! .See I live.'
n. .a .loop, or just off a loop. But
it.lo1ps back to the only way in
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to our little neighborhood. So
anyone who is on my street either
belongs there or we don't care who
they are 'cause they are lost.
The garbage man/men/persons,.
the mail man:men!persons and the
pizza guy/girls/people and us--
that's who has to look at them big
black dirty stanky, ugly things and
none of you city fathers
or mothers, or people need bother
coming, out here checking and
looking to see if we have our big
black stanky dirty trash receptacles'
in or out 'cause "(although I am not
speaking for anyone else I kinda
figure) we plan to leave them out
there until you quit sending the
garbage man out here.
Mostly because we .aren't
ashamed to let on to everyone else
*that we not only have garbage,-but
a big black utgly stinky thing to
put it in and we hate thinking or
even touching the thing, let alone
dragging it back and forth .four
times a week, over 200 times a
year when we coul0 'be in the
house asleep or doing anything
else.
No' we aren't dazy good for
nothing folk. Matter of a fact
most everyone out here, including
some single parents, etc.; work
somewhere, and we aren't rich and
retired withnothing better to do
than worry about who took the
garbage canisters back behind the
house last week.,
To the note leaving city
employee, please don't go away
mad, just ask your boss if
he/she/they .don't have something
better, for you to .do than worry
about where our big black ugly
stanky dirty garbage containers
are today.
Sincerely,
Pat McGriff


Student Drop-Offs

& Pick-Ups by Sites,


Pre-K
Drop-off at Rock Building gate
(2:15 p.m. dismissal)

Head Start
Parking Lot on the Lafayette Street Side

Perry Primary School
Behind the school
(2:20 p.m. dismissal)
Parents who wish to walk in with their
student should park in the same parking
area as last year, between Perry Primary
and the Administrative Complex.


Taylor Elementary School
Front of school
(2:30 p.m. dismissal)


Taylor County Middle School
Front of school, front parking lot
(2:50 p.m. dismissal)

Taylor County High School
Drop-off faculty parking lot
Pick-up student parking lot
(3:00 p.m. dismissal)

Steinhatchee School
East door of school building
(2:30 p.m. dismissal)


Pick up, drop off...carefully
The Taylor' County School District has released the following information on drop-off and pick-up sites for schools, as the
2006-2007 school year looms near. Please note the. applicable places, and times for your family. Additional information'
will be provided in individual student, handbooks. Wherever you drop off or pick up students, Perry Police Departmen!
officers urge you to drive slowly and carefully, especially during the first days of new schools and routines.


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c-1 The Taco Times August2, 2006


Teachers prepare to



meet 3,148 students


Principals, teachers and staff
vm .z7 "began their first official day of the
new school year Monday, July 31,
but spent the bulk of the day in
M-faculty and other meetings in
preparation for approximately
# ^ 3,148 students who will descend
upon the school district Monday,
Aug. 7.
4-5Anyone visiting the schools
SC HO Lbefore Monday, however, could
-.Isee the time 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
MCA, M that we are headed in the right
.direction to make all our schools
'honor roll schools'," he added.
UFrom 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.'
New technology now allows
4 's, parents to monitor their child's
U!-agrades and homework, along with
absences and tardies (please see
related story) for each child.
Q-Taylor County High School
received a new Phone Master
I ISystem, which will call parents
when students are absent, and each
a classroom now has a telephone.
S --There is also a new district-wide



Laptops lift Taylor to 21st century


paging system which can be
utilized in emergencies.
Steinhatchee School has a new
$3 million gymnasium, upon
completion, which will house an
8,506 square-foot gym, but will
also feature girls and boys
showers, men's and women's
bathrooms, five student
bathrooms, office space and three
additional classrooms.
"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 which we feel will
continue to lead our students in a
direction which will hold them in
good steed for their 'after high-
school' experiences.
"I'm very proud of what we've
accomplished here," he added, "and
we're just looking forward to
giving our kids the best education
possible. It's going to be a great
year."


By SANDY HENDRY
TCHS vice principal
Taylor County High School is
your school. It is the school from
which many of you graduated. It is
the school that welcomes j our
Visitss: an.d your -uggLtionii--II is.
the school that you trust to
prepare your young people to
conquer the challenges they face
today and in the future. It is ihe
,school that--now more than ee er--


has dedicated itself to fulfilling
this trust by providing programs
and academics designed to meet the
needs of students desiring to enter
the workforce or, continue with
their pLit secondarN education.
. .- ;e-Laptop- Initiative for
Teaching 21sl Century Skills
ILIFT 221) is one such program
designed to prepare students for the
future. Each ninth grade student
will be assigned a laptop computer


loaded with educational and
communicational software. Instead
of carrying textbooks around,
these students will simply insert
an electronic copy of their .text
into their laptops. Oncestudents
complete home tork assignments,
they will simply e-mail the file to
their teacher,
Instructors in this program will
use the latest presentation software
and hardware to provide


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TCHS spotlights honors

classes, college credits


LAPTOPS
Continued from page 1
year of high school? Likely it was
a time of adjustment when you
may have worried about what the
upper classmen were planning for
you, finding your way around a
new school, or learning what
pleased your .new teachers. To
make this adjustment easier for
our incoming freshmen, the high
school is providing two ninth
grade teams.
While these students will not
change classes as a group, students
on the same team will have the
same four academic instructors and
the classes will be located in the
same area. Team instructors will
have a common planning period
during which they can discuss and
plan for individual student's needs.
In addition, the common- .planning
period will also make it easier to
schedule parent conferences. The
team approach is expected to help
the ninth graders face the challenge
of adjusting to high school,, so.
they can focus on academics and'
enjoy learning.
The high school is also offering
more advanced courses to prepare
students for their future goals.
'Calculus and physics will be added'
to, the honors courses .already
offered. Through an articulation
jareement %kith NTFCC: the which
school will offer two dual
enrollment courses: Western
Civilization and Freshman
English;
Students -desiring additional
college credits, may elect to enroll
in college courses offered at the
high school' during the evening
hours. Certainly the high school
is preparing students to achieve
the higher expectations of college
by providing rigorous course
work.
No matter how.dedicated we are
to: preparing your young people
for success, we cannot achieve this
goal alone. We must have you as
a part of our team. Remember,


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Taylor County High School is
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that you make school a priority by
insisting that your student attend
every school day. We also ask that
you call us with your questions,
visit us to see us in action, and
volunteer your talents to help us.
With your support and our
emphasis on technology and
academics, we will fulfill our
promise to graduate students who
are prepared to be successful no
matter what their goals are.

We look forward to working'
with you and your young people
during the 2006-2007 school year.


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CALENDAR at a glance
The school calendar for the 2006-2007 school year looks like this:
July 31 is the first day back for teachers, while students begin their first day
on Aug. 7. Sept. 4 marks the first school holiday--Labor Day. The first nine
weeks ends Oct. 9, and students will have their second holiday on Oct. 13--an
in-service planning day.
Thanksgiving holidays will be celebrated Nov. 22-24. whereas Dec. 15 is the
last day of the second nine weeks and the last day before Christmas holidays.
Students will return to school on Jan. 3 and will celebrate another holiday on
Jan. 15--Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Feb. 19 is Presidents Day, another day off for students. March 8 is the last day
of the third nine weeks grading period and students will be out March 19-23 for
spring break. April 6 is Good Friday holiday and May 18 is the last day of the
school year for students. Teachers will work their last day of the year on May
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TCMS seeks an


Taylor County Middle School is
excited to announce and report
remarkable changes and new
incentives for teachers as well as
students in the 2006-2007 school
year, according to Principal Paul
Dyal.
"We are introducing a ,new
laptop initiative for our eighth
grade students. These students will
receive a new laptop computer
which will be used in all academic
areas. .
"Another opportunity for our
.- high achieving eighth grade FCAT
math students is the addition of a
rigorous course in Algebra," he
added. "These students have already
been recognized and notified of
eligibility and \ill be offered the
Algebra 1 course in addition to
their core classes. We are happy to
announce that Jennifer Mosley. of


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Taylor County Taylor County
Elementary School Middle School
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Tuesday, August 21 Monday, Aug. 28
6:00 7:30 p.m. 6:30-8:00 p.m.


TCMS will be teaching the new
Algebra 1 curriculum, along with
gifted enrichment classes," said
Dyal.
New teachers at TCMS will be
as follows: reading coach--Ann
Joiner; 6th grade language arts--
Patricia Shartram; 7th grade
science--Tracie Singletary; 6th
grade language arts/math--Michael
Snead; band instructor--Jason
Schmauck; and Assistant Principal
Kiki Puhl.
. In" additioirn o the academic
team; Jonathan Mauk will be
added to the sports program,


teaching physical education and
will also be assisting Head
Football Coach Bobby Glass.
Mauk will also coach the girls
soccer team.
"The veteran teachers and staff
of TCMS welcome these new
changes and positions which join
our staff of educators," added Dyal.
"We look forward to a productive
year of more rigorous and relevant
instruction. When we receive our
'A' in 2006-2007, we can truly say
we reflect on our 'lessons
learned.'"


School is excited about the
upcoming year.
There have been some major
changes over the summer in
preparation for the new school
year. The majority of classroom
teachers have been moved into
new classrooms in order to align
the grades.
Now all 3rd graders are on the
600 wing, the 4th are on wings
400 & 500, and the 5th graders
are together on the 300 wing.
The faculty and staff are
working together to create a
warm and inviting atmosphere to
welcome Taylor County's 3rd,
4th and 5th graders. Some
teachers have been involved in a
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center activities for three days;
creating fun engaging materials
for the classrooms.
Taylor County Elementary
School hosted the Summer
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It was very successful, with
students making great gains in
reading. The students enjoyed
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Bus 1: TammV Sadler
Destination: TCMS
Stop Time Location
1 6:34 813 E. Drew St.
2 6:35 1017 E. Main St.
3 .6:36 314 N. Clark St.
4 6:38 104 Elizabeth Lane
5 6:39 127 Bullen Lane
6 6:43 106'Ridge Road
7 6:46 500 Plantation Road
8 6:49 126 Traywick St.
9 6:52 113 Crit Jones Drive
10 6:53 Poppell Dr/Traywick
11 6:55 228 Landry Road
12 6:56 3140 S. Old Dixie Hwy
13 6:57- 3490 S. Old Dixie Hwy
14 6:58 1845 Woodmore Road
15 7:02 206 Woodgate Drive
16 7:03 209 Marjorie Drive
17 7:04 112 Woodgate Drive
18 7:06 205 Cypress Road
19 7:07 109 Pine Road
20 7:08 Puckett/Pine Road
21 7:09 220 Puckett Road
22 7:10 103 Tippett/Park St
23 7:11 1705 S. Old Dixie Hwy
24 7:12 Dove Rd/Old Dixie Hwy
25 7:13 1126 S. Orange Street
26 7:14 1201 S. Center Street
27 7:15 Paige St/Alvarez St.
28 7:16 1200 S., Carter St/Bacon
29 7:17, 912 S. J. Tom Moore Ave
30 7:20 216 E. Ellis Street
31 7:25 TCMS



Bus 2: Gail Weatherly
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:35 1822 Fox Hunters Road
2 6:43 220 Olan Murphy Road
3 6:45 169/187 Olan Murphy Rd
4 6:50 9442 Keaton Beach Rd
5 6:52 8990 Keaton Beach Rd
6 6:54 1799 Kelly Grade
7 6:58. 1880 Kelly Grade
8 6:59 8330 Gordon Brown Ln
9 7:02 1860 Ellison Gamble Rd
10 7:03 7100 Keaton Beach Road
11 7:04 7064 Keaton Beach Road
12 7:06 1465 Harold Davis Road
13 7:08 6709 Keaton Beach Road
14 710 6399 Keaton Beach Road
15 7:12 1347 Dewey McGuire Rd
,16 7:13, 1749 Dewey McGuire Rd
17 7:15 5950 Keaton Beach Road
18, ,7:17 5390 Keaton Beach Road
19 7:25 TCES.


Bus 3:'Mary Emory
Destination: All Schools
(Special Needs )
Stop Time Location
I 633 1791 Pine BluffRoad
2 6:40- 2946 Dorman Road
3 6:46 4377 Waldo Circle
4 6:56 5035 Hampton Spgs Rd'
5 7:05 4538 Woods Creek Rd
6 7:09 5062 Woods Creek Road
7 7:15 2374 Barney Lane
8 7:25 TCIS

Bus 6: Shirley Stephens
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location '
I 6 59 US 27 E /fire Company
2 7:00:, UlS 27 E /Walter Schmidt
3 701 US 27 E /Mary Ester Ln
4 7:02 Dorman Peacock Rd
5 7:03 D. Peacock/Allen Res
6 7:04 D, Peacock/Robertson Res
7 7:05 D. Peacock/Hygman Res.
8 7:06 Baxter Rd/Ward St.
9 7:07 Glover Carlton/Baxter Rd
10 7:08 Foley Cut-Off/G. Carlton
11 7:09 Mixon Road/Gillman Res
12 7:10 Mixon Road/Arnold Res
'13 7:11 Mixon Road/Gregg Res
14 7:12 Mixon Road/Bratcher Res
15 7:13 Eustis Gunter Road
16 7:14 Eustis Gunter Rd/Foster L
17 7:15 Bohannon Circle
18 7:16 Bohannon Circle
19 7:17 Bohannon Circle
20 7:18 Lipscomb Circle
21 7:19 Lipscomb Circle
22, 7:20 Lipscomb Circle
23 7:22 Lakeside Drive
24 7:23 US.27 E./Parks Res.
25 7:25 Springhill,Nursery Road
26 ,. 7:28 TCES


Bus 7: Gloria Fiffia
Destination: TCMS


Stop Time
1 7-00
2 7:02
3 7:05
4 7:06
5 7:08
6 7:09
.7 7:11
8 7:12
9 7:13'
10 3A7:17
11 7:19
12 7:2-5
13 : 7:29


Location
North Avenue
. Martin Luther Kiing
Second Street
Warner Ave/Tidewater
Glenn Street
Walnut Street
Folsom Street
Beverly Street
Beverly Street
Goff Street
Schwartz Street
TCMS
TLC


2006-2007 Taylor County District






School Bus Schedule


Bus 8: Tina Powell
Destination: All Schools
(Special Needs)
Stop Time Location
1 6:40 James Smith Rd/Dykes
2 .6:45 1191 Glennis Cruce Rd
3 6:55 1827 US 221 North
4 7:05 1637 Paul Poppell Rd
5- 7:12 2635 Sydney Blanton
6 7:15 393 El Camino Drive
7 7:16 106 El Pasado Drive
8 7:20 205 W. Oak Street
9 7:25 'TCHS

Bus ': Ena Reed
Destination: TCHS
Stop Time Location
1 6:58 500 Plantation Road
2 7:01 103 Walter Smith Rd
3 7:02 Walter Smith/Sara St.
4 '7:04 1845 Woodmore Road
5 7:09 201 Southwood Drive
6 7:11 Puckett/Woodgate Dr.
7 7:13 Puckett/Pine 'Free Dr
8 7:15 Puckett Rd/Davis Dr
9 7:17 Old Dixie Hwy/Dove St
10 7:20 Church St/Bryant St.
11 7:21 Church St/US 19
12 7:24 Main St/Wilder Street
13 7:25 Wilder St/Leon Street
14 7:27 E. Julia/Veterans Drive
15 7:30 304 W. Bowers St.
16 7:32 211 W..Cedar Street
17. 7:34 W. Ash St/Calhoun St
18 7:37 TCHS

Bus 10: Mary Scott
Destination: Perry Primary
Stop Time -Location
1 7:00 E. Main Street
2 7:10 Church/Cambell
3 7:15 Warner/Glenn Street
4 7:20 Walnut St/Buffalo
5 7:23 Dupon.t/Kennedy St
6 7:25 W. Folsom Street
7 7:27 Folsom St/Buffalo PI
8 7:28 W. Beverly Circle
9 7:30 E. Folsom Street
10 7:32 500 War6er Street
11 7:35 W. Drew Street
12 7:37 W. Green/Alston St.
13 7:40 E. Green St/Elmo Scott
14 7:43 Perry Primary

Bus 11: Linda Faircloth
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
S1. 6:40 9940 Spring Warrior Rd.
2 6:44 2700 Dorman Road
3 '6:45 2840 Puckett Road
4 6:46 2727 Dorman Road,
5 6:47 6390 Puckett Road
6 6:50 5895 Freeman Road
7 6:52 2571 Freeman Road
81 6:54 5483 Puckett Road
9 6:57 505 Bradshaw Blvd.
10 6:58 421 Bradshaw Blvd.
S11 7:00 4890 Webster Road
12 7:02 4151 Puckett Road
13 7:03 1511 Houck Road
14 7:04 1619 Houck Road
15 7:05 2069 Houck Road
16 7:07 3491 Sullivan Road
17 7:09 1862 Pine Bluff Rd
18 7:10 1846 Pine Bluff Rd
19 7:11 1835 Pine Bluff Rd
20 7:12 1829 Pine Bluff Rd
21 7:13 1811 Pine Bluff Rd
22 7:15 1359 Pine Bluff Rd
23 7:16 1528 Pine BluffRd
24 7:18 1325 Pine Bluff Rd
25 7:19 3769 Cash Road
'26 7:20 3500 Cash Road
27 7:21 3269 Cash Road
28 7:22 1035 Houck Road
29 7:24 3329 Puckett Road
30 7:30 TCMS

Bus 12: Erma Lewis
Dest.: Gretchen Everhart /W.T.
Moore/ Swift Creek
n Stop Time Location
1 6:20 9442 Keaton Beach Rd
2 7:50 W.T. Moore/Gretchen
Everhart

Bus 14: Chris Marshall
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
* 1 6:05 22735 CR361/Fish Crk
2 6:08 22137 S. Gulfview Drive
3 6:10 Beach Rd/Cedar Island
4 6:14 21160 Spoonbill Road
5 6:15 20260 Spoonbill Road
6 6:18 19513 Jody Morgan Rd
7 6:20 18722 Key Deer Court
8 ., 6:24 320 Antler Lane
9 6:25 230 Antler Latie
10 6:28 18511 BambiCourt
i1I 6!30 19702 Jody Morgan Rd
12 6:31 19752.Jody Morgan Rd
13 6:38 21095 Beach Road
14 6:42 Beach Rd/Corner Store
15 6:45 16599 Keaton Beach Rd
L6 6:52 16691 W. Royal Oak Dr
17 6:55' 17011 E. Royal Oak Dr
18 '6:56 -17060 Clearwater Creek


19 6:57 16700E. Royal OakDr
20 6:58 16482 E. Royal Oak Dr


2458 Live Oak Drive
18640 E. Royal Oak Dr
TCES


Bus 15: Shelia Sadler
Destination: All Schools
(Special Needs)
Stop Time Location
1 6:10 1066 Meeting House Rd
2 6:20 17071 E. Royal Oak Dr
3 6:45 Ma Dixon Road
4 7:00 Ellison Gamble Road
5 7:05 Donald Russell Road
6 7:10 3379 Woods/E. Center
7 7:15 US 19 S/Everetts MHP
8 7:25 115 Lewis Drive
9 7:33 TCMS


Bus 18: Lisa
Destination:


Stop
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12


Time
6:30
6:31
6:32
6:36
6:40
6:44
6:57
6:59
7:02
7:05
7:20
7:27


Meacham
All Schools
Location
Yates Creek/Pompano
Yates Creek/Snapper Dr
Yates Creek/Fiddlers
Sea Oak Loop
1890 Ocean Pond
2860 Ocean Pond
2657 Dennis Howell
1670 Dennis Howell
12719 Warrior Creek
12739 Beach Rd
E Center Street
TCIMS


Bus 20: Mack Colson


Destination:


Stop
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16


Time
6:40
6:43
6:50
6:55
6:57
7:03
7:06
7:08
7:09
7:13
7:16
7:22
7:24
7:26
7:30
R7:34


All Schools
Location
51-19 Bryant Russell Rd
5570 Bryant Russell Rd
3535 Henry Lee Road
7330 S. Red Padgett Rd&
7508 S. Red Padgett Rd
5260 US 19 S.
Shipman Lane
2540 Shipman Lane
2660 Shipman Lane
6052 H.P. Padgett Rd
5520 H.P. Padgett Rd
Foley CutOff/McHargue
3081 Foley Cutoff Road
2809 Foley Cutoff Road.
Buckeye Nursery/Hill
'-TCHS


Bus 22: Theresa Woods


Destination:


Stop

2 '
3
4
5
6
.7
8
9
10-
11
12
13.
14-
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22


Time
7:00
7:02
7:03
7:05
1:06
7:07
7:08
7:09
7:10
7:12
7:13
7:14
7:15
7:17
7:18
7:20
7:22
7:28
7:30
7:34
7:36
7:38


All Schools
Location
S: 'Jefferson/Storage Unit
S.'Jefferrson/Jackson's
US 19 S./Gandy Motel
US 19 S./Huddle House
US 19 S./T & C MHP
Jackson Road/1st House,
Jackson Road/Curve
Highland Dr/Lewis Dr
Highland Drive
RDS/Airport Drive
TTI/lndustrial Park Dr
US 19 S./Everett's MPH
US 19 S./BP Store
US 19 S./KOA MHP
US 19 S/Swain's Rest.
US 19 S/Peperheads
US 19 S/King Tree
US 19 S/Burger King
Jefferson/Howells
S.Center Street
CDC/Veterans Drive
TCMS


Bus 23: Flora Jean Brown


Destination:


Time
7:00
7:05
7:09
7:10
7:14
7:17
7:19
7:20
7:22
7:23
7:24
7:25
7:29
7:30
7:35
7:39


Stop
'1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

12
13
14
15
16


TCES
Loca~tionu


Montrose Street
Alice Street
Sandra Street
Joann Street
Second Street
Glenn Street
Walnut Street
Kennedy Street
Folsom Street
Buffalo Street
Beverly Street
Beverley Street
Warner Avenue
Martin Luther King
Schwartz Street
TCES


Bus 24: Belinda Cruce
Destination: TCES


Stop
1
2
3
4
-5
6
7
8.
9
10
11
12
13
14
15


Time
6:45
6:47
6:49
6:50
6:52
6:54
6:56
6:58
7:00
7:01
7:02
7:04
7:06
7:09
7:11


Location
Lafayette/Orange Street
Veterans/Orange Street
Washington/Julia Street
Washington/Richmond
Ash' St/Calhoun Street
Ash St/Cherry Street
Cherry St/Oak Street
1415 N. Springfield St
1209 N. Cherry Street
410 W. Cherry Street
802 N. Faulkner Street
Wilder St/Veterans Dr
Wilder St/Leon Street
W. Green/Episcopal Ch
Willow St/Wilder Street


Malloy/Schwartz Street
Homer J. Smith Avenue
Bryant St/Bacon Street
Woodridge Apartments
1627 US 19/Westgate
Woodard Street
Ellis St/Center Street
TCES


Bus 26: Linda Miles
Destination: Perry Primary


Stop
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29,
30
3.1
32'
33


Time
6:30
6:34
6:35
6:38
6:41
6:42
6:43
6:44
6:45
6:46
6:47
6:50
6:51
6:52
6:53
6:54
6:55
6:56
6:59
7:00
7:03
7:05
7:06
7:07
7:08
7:09
7:11
7:1.2
7:13
7:14
7:19
7:20
7:25


Location


315 Maurice Linton Rd
Puckett Rd!Davis Drive
Puckett/Southern Villas
301 Judson Drive
214 Majorie Drive
200 Woodgate Drive'
102 Pine Road
200 Mc Call Street
205 Cypress Road
217 Cypress Road
215 Magnolia Rd
1900 Woodmore Rd
3200 S. Dixie Hwy
3140 S. Dixie Hwy
1591 Landry Road
113 Crit Jones Road
Walter Smidt Road:
115 Traywick Road
107 Pine Tree Street,
123 Pine Tree Street
323 Plantation Road
328 E. Park Street
116 Dodge Drive
208 S. Tippett Drive
Old Dixie/Pruitt Drive
Old Dixie/Dove Road
Old Dixie/Huaba Street
Bacon/Robin Street
808 E. Granger Drive
8 0 E. Paige Street
,110 Bishop Blvd.
103 Elizabeth Lane
Perry Primary


Bus 28: Alice Johnson
Destination: TCES
Stop Time Location
1 6:30 301 Puckett Road
2 6:31 315 Puckett Road
3 6:32 427-Puckett Road
4 6:33 Stonegate/Puckett Rd
5 6:35 Laquor Lane
b-onoXTo'xM u.J7 303 Judson Drive
7 6:39 110 McCall Street
8 6:40 105 McCall Street
9 6:41 205 Cypress Road.
10 6:48 1845 Woodmore Rd
11 6:49 1925 Woodmorre Rd, ; ,
12 6:51 3490 Old Dixie Hwy
13 6:52 228 Landry Road
14 51. 101 Crit Jones Drive
15 6:57 140 Regina Drive
16 .6:58. 'Miller Road
17 7:02 111 Dove Dr/Old Digie,
18 '.7:04 1201 S. Center i '-
19 7:07 Good Shepherd .
20 7:09 912 J. Tom Moore Aye
1 7:11 ,810Paige Street,
22 7:12 12 Wilson Street
23 7:14 615 E. Granger Drive
24 7:19 '213 Blair Avenue.
25 7:21 127 Bullen Lane
26 7:23 108 N. Clark Street
27 7:24 106 N: Mimosa Lane
28 7:27 TCES


Bus 29: Donna Faircloth
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 :6:40 2525 Boyd Road
2 6:42 2819 Boyd Road
3 6:43 2879 Boyd Road
4 6:44 3489 Boyd Road
5 6:48 4423 US 19 North
6 6:49 4359 US 19 North
7 6:50 4243 US 19 North
8 6:51 4167 US 19 North
9 6:52 3810 Eddie Page Road, ,
10 6:53 3940 Eddie Page Road ,
11 6:56 3341 Harrison Blue Roadj
12 6:57 3460 HB Rd/Box Canvon
13 6:58 3965 Harrison Blue Rd .
14 6:59 4480 Harrison Blue Rd 'j
15 7:00 6205 Woods Creek Rd
16 7:01 4019 Sid Hendry;Road
17 7:03 5877 Woods Creek Road
18 7:04 5738 Woods Creek Road
19 7:05 4207 Bill Carlton Road
20 7:06 Woods C.Rd/Granthum
21 7:09 4686 Woods Creek Road
22 7:11 4278 Woods Creek Road
23 7:13 3606 Woods Creek Road
24 7:16 138 Osteen Road
25 7:17 3262 Beasley Williams Rd
26 7:18 680 Osteen Road
27 7:20 Osteen Road/MHP
28 7:25 TCMS "

Bus 30: Wendy Slaughter
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:54 1501 Pharo Morgan Rd
2 6:56 1806 Canopy Lane,
3 6:58 2177 Canopy Lane
4 7:00 2110 Wilder Creek Rd
5 7:01 2672 Morgan Whiddon
6 7:03 2988 Morgan Whiddon
7 7:05 1221 CJ Johnson/JSRd


2956 Johnson Strip
3300 James Smith I
1725 James Smith I
2458 Johnson Strip'
608 Sam Poppell R:
2150 Sam Poppell F
* 810 Sam Poppell Rc
891 Sa;m Poppell Rk
1982 Johnson Stript
1917 Johnson Strip'
1403 Johnson Stripi
TCHS


Bus 31: Dinah McGuire


Destination:


Stopn
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23


Time
6:52
6:54
6:56
6:58
6:59
7:00
7:01
7:02
7:03
7:04
7:05
7:06
7:09
7;10
7:11
7:12
7:14
7:15
7:18
7:21
7:26
7:27
7:30


Perry Primary
Location
509 E. Bay Street
503 N. Orange Stre,
Parkview/Ash Stree
1205 N Cherry/Park,
1218 N. Cherry Stri
N. Cherry/Ash Stre,-
211 W. Cedar Street
205 W. Bowers Stre
304 Bowers Street ;
205 Oak Street
Springfield/Cedar.S
603 W. Ash Street
701 W. Julia Street
802 N. Faulkner/Ja,n
Cherry/Florida Stre,
Quincy/Florida Stre
1101 N. Washingtoi
Julia/Jeffersson Str- :
Bay St/N. Faulkner
Bryant/Bacon Stree'
311 E. Veterans Dri
Pre-K/CDC
Perry Primary


Bus 33: Catherine Wood


Destination:


Stop
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22


Time.
6!00
6:15
6:17
6:19
6:20
'6:22
6:25
6:30
6:33
6:37
, 6:38

7:03
7:07
7:08
7:12
7:15
7:20
7:22
7:25
7:26
7:35


All Schools'
Location
17420 Adrew WoO
10180 Fish Creek
10634 Major Sheffi
1'6362 S. US 19/Ok1
16244 Old US 19
Parker Stephens Ro,
Newman/Whiteheac
9500 Carbur Lane
9152 E. Jody Morg-
7420 E. Jody Morg,.
7225 E. Jody MorgE
G .3!275 Radgliff Ro.
7711 Airport Grade
6345 Austin McDi6:
6540 Austin McDot
10468 US 19 S.'
11979 Josh.Ezell:R(
9601 Athena Road
Robert Ricketson R
US 19North
5609 US 19. South
,TCES .


Bus 35: Akista Anderson


Destination:


Stop
1
2
3
4 .
5
6
7

9


Time
7:05
7:08,
7:10
7:12 .
7:14
7:16
7:18
7:20
7:25


All Schools
Location
2024 Woods Creek Re
2139 McClellan Road
.511 Pittman Carter Rd-
239 Miller Road ,
El Primeros/Ash Street
El Dorado/Ash Street '
El Camino/El Matador
El Pasadp
TCHS .


Bus 38: Jona Anderson !
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:55 2659 S. Dorman Peal
2 7:00 3370 US 27 East
3 7:03 2905 Henry Gibson 1.
4 7:04 3176 Henry Gibson I
5 7:08 Olan Davis Road
6 7:12 3667 San Pedro RoaS
7 7:13 3501 San Pedro Roac
8 7:15 3188 San Pedro Road
9' 7:17 1888 San Pedro Road
10 7:20 1885 E. Holly Drive
11 7:23 2680 Ellison Road
12 7:25 635 Hingson Tanner
13 7:24 Pinecrest Street
14 7:25 Pinecrest/Myrtle Stre
15 7:27 TCHS


Bus 44: Willa Deen Patters-,
Destination: All Schools ,
Stop Time Location
1 6:20 40 Ave/5t Street
2, 6:22 Jiffey Store/Steinh,
3 / 6:24 1202 1st Avenue ,
4 6:26 SR 51 I/Central AveJ
5 6:28 SR 51/Quail Runr
6 6:55 Jake Stanley Rd/Salt
7 7:00 US 19 S/Bob Tucke
8 7:10 Kelly Grade/Marsani
9 7:12 2780 Kelly Grade
10 7:15 2850 Ellison Gambl
11 7:20 2519 Dean Road
12 7:21 Dean Road/Jones R/
13 7:22 Dean Road/Hodges|
14 7:30 TCES

Bus 45: Hilda Pitts
Destination: All Schools


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Stop Time Location
S 1 6:05 Mandalay Rd/US 98 W
2 6:15 Nut-All Rise/Big Rock
3 6:17 Nut-All Rise/Ladson La
4 6:28 2451 Powell Hammock
5 6:40 US 98/Power Line Roac
6 6:52 3229 David Horton Rd
7- 6:54 US 98 W/Revels Seafo(
.. 8 6:56 4051 US 98W.
9 6:57 4017 US 98 W.
10 6:59 3333 US 98W.
.... 11 7:00. 1982 Kinsey Road
iing 12 7:02 Dice Road
i"d 13 7:03 2372 US 98W.
Id 14 7:04 2324 US 98 W.
ling 15 7:05 US 98 W/King Road
)a d 16 7:06 2020 US 98 W.
.oad 17 7:08 111 Jenkins Road
S:ad 18 7:09 129 Jenkins Road
oad 19 7:10 143 Jenkins Road
aing 20 7:11 164 Jenkins Road
ing 21 7:12 250 Jenkins Road
ling 22 7:15 US 98 W./BP Store
23 7:16 US 98 W./Pepsi Plant
S 23 7:25 TCHS

Bus 46: Karen Carlton
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
:t 1 6:30 4450 Mattie Carlton
t 2 6:31 Granthum Hill/Barne
view 3 6:32 2065 James Lane
Set 4 6:34 2320 James Lane
St 5 6:35 2355 James Lane
6 6:37 3567 Freeman-Cour
et 7 6:38 2628 A. Young Rd
8 6:39 2604 A. Young Rd
S 9 6:40 2428 A. Young Rd
Lreet 10 6:41 2306 A. Young Rd
11 6:42 3109 Slaughter Rd
12 6:43 2193 Hugh Lilliott R
.k t13 6:44 2062 Hugh Lilliott R
t : 14 6:46 2382 A. V. Brannan
t 't:: "15 6:50 3729 Wash Davis R(
St 16 6:51 4450 Wash Davis R
et .17 6:53 2545 Williamson La
18 6:54 2674 Williamson La
19 6:57 1669 Shiloh Church
20 6:58 3865 Lonnie Wilsoni
21 6:59 4017 Fortner ~'ane
22 7:00 4630 Fortner Circle-
S 23 7:10 4350 Fortner Circle
24 7:12 1873 Shiloh Church
25 7:13 Shiloh.Church/J J. B
26 7:19 2354 Parker Roal
; 27 7:20 1550 Wright Road
SRd 28 7:25 TCHS
r

119e Bus 47: Thomas Gibson
Destination: All Schools
d 1 Stop Time Location
1 6:33 3350 Ma Dixon Road
:: 2 6:34 .3138 Ma Dixon Road
in-.: 3. 6:36 1725 Ma Dixon Road
:4 6:37 Ma Dixon/Short' Benti
in .5 6:39 829 Ma Dixon Road
d ".!6L- i40 ?44 Ma DixAd.Road
,, 7 6:46 8680 Potts Still Road
,ald; 8 6:50 1775 Louzettie Lane
aid, 9 6:58 6385 Potts'Still Road
10 7:00 220 W. Davis Walker F
)ad 11 7:01 522 E.iDavis Walker R
12 7:06 560V1Beau Chance Lan
d- 13 7!07 439 Charles Hendry Ro
14 7:08 725 Charles Hendry Re
: 15 7:09 J752 Charles Hendry Ro
16 7:10 795 Charles Hendry Ro
17, 7:11 908 Charles Hendry Ro
18 7:12, 780 Charles Hendry Ro
19 7:15 .780 Charles Hendry Ro
< 20 7:20" 289 Arthur Padgett RoE
21 /7:25 TCES


ad ,Bus'50: Annette Horton
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location


6:52-
6:54
6:56
6:58
6:59
7:01
7:02.
'.7:03
S:7:04
7:08
17:09
7:11
7:12
7:14
7:15
7:.17
7:18

7:17
7:19
7:20
7:25


2131 Paul Poppell i
2064 Paul Poppell I
1885 Paul Poppell R
1637 Paul Poppell R
1457 Paul Poppell R
Wells Drive/ P. Pop
3076 Wells Drive
1039 N. Page Road
Page Road/Kays Ro
1160 S. Fair Road
2631 Fair Road
1110 Fairview Driv
1130 Fairview
Glenway Drive
1480 N, Reddick Di
2270 Sidney Blanto
2636 Sidney Blanto
321 Westside Aveni
581 McKinley/Mad
2686 Woods Creek
2381 Woods Creek
TCHS


Bus .51: Cynthia Moats
Destination: All Schools


Stop Time


6:37
6:39
6:40'
6:41
6:49
6:52
6:53
6:55
6:57
6:59
7:01
702
7:03
7:04
7:05
7:10
7:11I
7:12
7:13.
7:15


Location
Leroy Lyons/Spring
3818 Dove Lane
3420 Ma Dixon Ro
3338 Quail Lane.
11969 Spring Warri
12690 Strickland L
12580 Strickland Li
13250 Stricklarid L
33788 Strickland Li
4621 Strickland Ldl
12975 Spring Warri
5030 Richard Sadie
Carl Sadler Road
5100 Carl Sadler R(
Jones/Baumgardner
3350 Gray Bard.Lar
7393 Puckett Road
3372 Carlton Road
2429 Roy Freeman
3477 Golf Course R


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2397 Golf Course Road
2348 Golf Course Road
2248 Golf Course Road
1727 Golf Course Road
TCMS


od Bus 54: Holly Ward
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:50 4360 Lyman Hendry Rd
2 6:55 4394 Lyman Hendry Rd
3 6:57 4086 Lyman Hendry Rd
4 6:59 270 Roberts Aman Rd
5 7:00 3991 Charles Sadler Ln
6 7:01 657 Roberts Aman Rd
7 7:02 888E. Roberts Aman Rd
8 7:03 877 E. Roberts Aman Rd
9 7:04 1189 Roberts Aman Rd
10 7:05 1338 James Cannon Rd
11 7:06 1531 James Cannon Rd
12 7:07 4480 Coote Sadler Rd
13 7:10 2956 Bernard Johnson
14 '7:12 2889 Bernard Johnson
15 7:13 2939 Bernard Johnson
16 7:15 2080 Bernard Johnson
17 7:17 1950 Bernard Johnson
18 7:19 1503 Bernard Johnson
19 7:21 1451 Bernard Johnson
Rd 20 7:23 5679 Bernard Johnson
ey 21 7:30 TCHS
Bus 55: Thelma Rearden
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
tney I 6:40 1800 Pisgah Road
2 6:41 2396 Pisgah Road
3 6:43 2799 McDaniel Road
4 6:44 2367 Audrey Johnson Rd
5 6:47 3098 Wambolt Road
6 6:49 3286 N. Gas Plant Road
Rd 7 6:52 3353 Vera Lane
Rd, 8 6:54 3208 Vera Lane
Rd 9 6:56 1475 Pisgah Rd/US 221 N.
oad 10 6:58 3295 US 221N.
oad 11 7:00 2735 US 221 N.
Ine 12 7:03 1495 T. W. Wilson Road
ine -13 7:07 1350 Mack Sessions Rd
Rd 14 7:08 1209 Mack Sessions Rd
SRd, 15 7:10 30 Mangum Close Road
: 16 7:12 119 Agner Acres
17 7:14 249 Agner Acres
18 7:1,5 294 Agrier Acres
Rd ,,19 7:16 380 Agner Acres
lue,: 20 7:17 238 Agner Acres
S21 7:18 2080 US 221N/G.Farm Rd
22 7:25 TCHS

Bus 58: Ouida Wright
Destination: All Schools
(Special Needs)
Stop Time Location
1 6:30 7508 S. Red Padgett Rd,
2 6:35 5466 Turner Road
3 6:43 5288 Bryant Russell Rd


4 6:48
vi-6 nobut 7:5
6.. ,6 .. 7:05
7 7:18
8 7:23,
? 7:26


3660 Bohannon Circle
<2640 Mixon Road
2039 Malone Road
1284 Helen Street
300 S. Myrtle Street
TCHS


e< ,; Bus 0: ,Pam Revels
pad Destination: Steinhatchee
ad School (Special Needs)
ad Stop Time Location
id I1 7:42 2019 River Road
ad ? 7:50 Steinhatchee Schl
oad .
Ad. Bus 61: Paige Ptoenza
Destination: All Schools


IN.]
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E.


(Special Needs)
Stop lime Location
iM 6:43 307 S.'Hinley Street
.2. 6:47 212 E. Ellis Street
oad 3 6:50 110E. MainStree
oad 4 6:55 1612 Givens Street
oad 5 6:58 Warner/Glenn Street
oad 6 .7:00. 180 W. Walnut Street
oad 7 7:02 106 Buffalo Drive
)ell 8 7:07. 116 Jo Ann Street
9 7:10, 2020 US 98 W
10 7:13 ,04Noah Road
id 1 7:18 1107 N. Calhoun
12 7:21' 111 E. Richmond Street
13 7:25 TCES
14 7:28 Perry Primary School
15 ,7:31 TCHS
16 7:34 TCMS
ive


n Rd Bus 64: Lacretia McDonald
n A Destination: All Schools
ddd6 Stop Time Location
R):I. 1 6:30 Courtney Grade/Shelby Ln
Rd' ,2 6:33 4558 Waldo Circle
; .3 6:34. 4541 Waldo Circle
4 6:35' 448:1 Waldo Circle
;, 5 6:37 4337 Waldo Circle -
I: 6 6:39 Courtney Gr/Richloami
.,;7 6:40 5590 Courtney Gra'de. ,
m, 8 6:41 Courtney Rd/Bo Cruce Rd
Wri 6:45 H.Spgs/Dudley Benton Rd
O .'; ,10 6:50 6922 George Page Road
ad,;.'' 11 6:55 H. Springs/Range Road
:12 6:58 5606 Smith Road
iow. 13 6:59 5420 Smith Road
dg Ct 14 7:06 5035 Hampton Springs Rd
dg Ct :15 7:10 2185 Shelton Edwards Rd
Jg Dr 16 :7:13 Shelton Edwards Road
id Dr .17 7:25 TCES


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Bus 68: Pam Revels
Destination: Steinhatchee
Stop Time Location
. 6:20 1209 First Ave SE
2 6:30 325 SW 311th Ave.
3 6:40 123 SW 248th Ave..
.4 6:50 87 SW 803'r St,
6:52 59 SW 814th St.
6 6:53 County Road 358


6:55
7:00
7:03
7:05
7:10
7:15
7:16
7:18
7:19
7:20
7:21
7:23
7:27
7:29
7:30
7:31
7:32
7:33
7:35


5800 SW 358 Hwy
407 Palm Street
1620 1st Avenue SE
1690 First Avenue
SR 51
456 Kings Creek Circle
465 Kings Creek Circle
532 Kings Creek Circle
228 SR 51
I1S Avenue North
2 nd Ave./Webb Lanee.
1016 2nd Ave. NE
111 6"' Street NE
308 NE Robin Lane
213 NE Robin Lane
722 Robin Lane
804 Robin Lane
401 Robin Lane
Steinhatchee School


Bus 69: Cindy Miller
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:45 2881 US 19 N.
2 6:47 1307 US 19 N.
3 6:48 1153 US 19 N.
4 6:50 1578 Courtney Rd
5 6:52 1870 W.T. Grubbs Rd
6 7:00 Roberts Aman Rd
7 7:02 A. L. Suber Road
8 7:04 588 Jimmy Archer Rd
9 7:05 440 Jimmy Archer Rd
10 7:07 Shiloh Cemetery Rd
11 7:09 151 Leon Ward Road
12 7:10 241 Leon Ward Road
13 7:12 389 Leon Ward Road
14 7:14 2656 Green Farm Road
15 7:15 1920 US 221 N.
16 7:17 1904 US 221 N.
17 7:18 1876 US 221 N.
18 7:20 349 Will Clark Rd
19 7:25 TCHS

Bus 70: Annette Grantham
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:10 Adolph Kemp Rd
2 6:11 12731 Adolph Kemp Rd
3 6:20 J. A. Davis Road
4 ,6:32 Mt. Gilead Rd/Mt. Olive
.5 6:35 12811 SW Mt. Gilead Rd
6 6:42 11740 Ben Eakins Rd
7 6:43 11656 Ben Eakins Rd
8 6:48 Rosenburg Rd/F. Morgan
9 6:51 13065 Frank Morgan Rd
10 6:54 7175 Alton Wentworth Rd
11 6:55 7464 Alton Wentworth Rd,
12 6:57 Earl Blanton Road
13 6:59 8570 Alton Wentworth Rd
14 .7:00 8572 Alton Wentworth Rd"
15 7:02 9645 Alton Wentworth Rd'
16 7:03 9872 Alhon Wentworth Rd
17 7:07 US 19/Aman's Store
18 7:09 US 19N.
19 7:20 4655 US 19 North
20 7:30 TCHS ,)


Bus 71: Sammy Hugger
Destination: TCMS
Stop Time Location


I
2
3
S4
S5
6
S7

9
10
11
12
' 13
i4

16
17
18
19


6:55
6:57
7:00'
7:01
7:02
7:03
: 7:04 '
7:05 ,
S706
7:0.7
7:08
7:09
7:11
7:15
7:17
7:18
7:19
7:23
7 26


N. Center Street
Pace Street
W.Ash St/N. Cherry
W. Ash Street
N. Springfield Street,
Young Street
W. Julia Street
Wilder/Leon Street
Wilder/Green Street'
Main Street
Schwartz Street
Goff Street,
Susan Street
Joann Street
US 19/Westgate
Church St/Woodridge
Bryant/Bacon Street
Willow Street
TCMS


Bus 72: Alma Harris
Destination: Perry Primary
Stood Time Location


2
3
4 .
5 .
6
7
8
9
10
114
12
13
14


7:10
'7:12
7:13
7:14
7:16
7:20
7:23
7:25
7:26
7:28,
7:29
7:30
7:31
7:38


308 E Ellis Street
205 Willow Street
506 Willow Street
711 Willow Street
102 Swartz Street
300 Goff St/King Street
Alice St/Sandra/Temple
106 Alice St/Kathleen St.
200 Pate/Joann
319 Second Street
M.L. King/5"h Street
N. Schwartz/R. Bell Ave
Schwartz/Homer Smith
Perry Primary


Bus 74: Margie Sheffield
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:40 Morris Steen Road/Y
2 6:42 Morris Steen Rd/Taylor
3 6:43 Morris Steen Rd/Rowell
4 6:45 CR 14-A/Wagner Res
5 6:46 CR 14-A/Musselwhite
. 6 6:50 Loren Henderson/Giles
7 6:51 Loren Henderson/Jones
8 6:55 Loren Henderson
9 7:00 Andrews Lake Rd
10 7:05 Ira Smith Rd/Dice
11 7:07 CR 14 Vol. Fire Dept.
12 7:08 CR 14/Carter Res.
13 7:09 CR 14/Davis Res.
14 7:10 Shady Grove Store
15 7:12 CR 14 E./Andersori Res
16 7:15 A. G. Sheffield Road
17 7:16 Lytle Farms
- I 7:18 L.Henderson/Grimes
19 7:26 US 221 N/Faircloth
20 7:28 US 221 N/Gober.
21 7:32 TCHS


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Child Development


Center

School Bus Routes

2006-2007


Bus 17: Coretha Russell
Destination: CDC
Stop Time Location


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7463 Alton Wentworth
9450 US 221 N
5710 US 221 N
4025 Charles Sadler Ln
2488 Mattie Carlton Rd
454 McKinley-Maddox
2131 Paul Poppell Rd
3698 Slaughter Road
2305 A. V. Brannen Rd
2121 US 19 North, Lot 1
1480 N. Reddick Drive
109 El Rancho Dr
109 El Pasado Dr
1025 W. Ash Street
504 West Ash Street
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17401 E. Royal Oak
2139 Post Oak Road
18640 E. Royal Oak
Beach Rd/White Oak
Beach Rd/Comer Store
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1066 Meeting House Rd
Beach Rd/Salem Tower
Beach Rd/Stephensville
Roy's Road
915 S.3rd Street
703 3rd Street
5th Street/Dead End
5th Street/5t' Avenue
417 SW CR 361
Wood's Trailer Park/4th
322 Riverside Drive
Steinhatchee School


31.38 Ma Dixon Rd
3110 David Horton R'd
2130 Shelton Edwards
3503 US 98 West, Lot 3
2595 US, 98 W.
1474 Hampton Springs
133 Jenkins Road
115 Jenkins Road
109 McCall Street
205 Cypress Road
304 Puckett Road
315 Puckett Road
3309 Byron Butler Pkwy
CDC


Bus.80: Bertha Bryant
Destination: TCHS
Stop Time Location


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Sandra Street
Glenn Street
Walnut Street
Folsom' Street
Beverly Street
Beverly Street
Warner Street
Goff Street..
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W. Willow Street
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Bus 21: Gary Faircloth
Destination: CDC
Stop Time Location
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2 6:51 6399 Keaton Beach Rd
3 7:09 5223 Bryant Russell Rd
4 7:11 5634 Bryant Russell Rd
5 7:16 3729 Bohannon Circle
6 7:18 2809 Foley Cut Off Road
7 7:22 102 Traywick Street
8 7:25 621 Plantation Road
9 7:32 1008 E. Main Street
10 7:33 1101 E. Main Street
I 7:38 1142 Hingson-Tanner Rd
12 7:43 1950 Bernard Johnson Rd
13 7:44 '1451 Bernard Johnson Rd
14 7:45 1428 Bernard Johnson Rd
15 7:47 3421 Speas Harris Ln
16 7:50 1081 C. J. Johnson Rd
17 7:52 2560.Johnson Stripling Rd
18 7:53 1963 Johnson Stripling Rd
19 7:55 CDC

Bus 73-1 Cheryl Moore
Destination: CDC
Stop_ Time Location
S 1 .?52 804 N. Jefferson St
2 6:54 N. Veterans Drive
3 6:57 805 W. Spring Place
4 6:58 1109W. Willow Street
5 7:00 608 Richard Bell Avenue
6 7:01 104 Kings Drive
7 7:03 210 Susan Street ,
8 7:04 114 Joann Street
9 7:05 -110 Williams Street
10 7:06 110W. Dunwood Street'
11 7:08 1412 S. Schwartz Street
12 7:09 .1103 S. Schwartz Street
13 7:11 102 Bird Street
14 7:13 Bryant/Bacon iStreet
15 7:15 911 W. Willow Street
16 7:17 CDC .'


Bus 73-2: Cheryl Moore
Destination: CDC
Stop Time Location
1 7:26 Church St/Robisnon St
2 7:28 Church St/Ca;mpbell St
3 7:30 709 W. Church Street
4 7:33 117 W. Glenn Street
5 7:35 102 W. Kennedy St
S 6 7:37 305 -W. Folsom St
7 7:39 121 S. Beverly St
8 7:40 109 N Beverly Street
9 7:41 400 Folsom Street
10oo 7:43 500 S. Warner Street
11 7:51 CDC

Bus 75: B.J. Cannon
Destination: CDC
Stop Time Location


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C-6 The Taco Times August 2, 2006


Dear Parents.
The first day of school for students in the Taylor County m
School District is Monday. August 7, 2006. The summer has
been a very, very busy one and all the schools, as well as the
district office, have worked extremely hard to make this
upcoming school year the best ever for our students.
Last year was a good one for our school district and for the
students in our schools. Steinhatchee School is an A school. .
Taylor County Middle School earned a B for the year and just r-- i'-
missed an A by one (1) point. Taylor County Elementary
School and Taylor County High School made gains in many areas, but we realize we still
have much work to do to achieve our goals.
I am especially proud of the Lift 21 Grant. This grant, Laptop Initiative for Teaching
21 st Century Skills. will devote over $ 1,000,000.00 to providing laptops for each eighth
and ninth grade student in the district. Eighth and ninth grade teachers have spent a
great many hours during the summer in training and preparation so that they can help
our students use this cutting edge technology to its greatest instructional potential.
Weve talked about our hard working students and teachers. We've talked about the
good things that are happening. Let me now take this time to humbly solicit your help
and support as we begin this new school year. I ask that you take the time to visit our
schools, to volunteer during the day and during special activities and events. So many
of you are already involved, but we need even more parental and community
involvement. Let me encourage you to join us as we continue to make
"Education--Priority I!"
Respectfully.
Oscar M. Howard., r.


TAYLOR TECHNICAL INSTITUTE 4
(850) 838-2545 '
Director: Ken Olsen
Industry Services Coordinator: Izll Montgomery
Guidance: Dorothy Todd
Projects Coordinator & Dress Code: Doyle Lundy, 838-2434
School Attendance: Susie Cruce -
Student Day: 8:00 2:46 Mi I

TECHNICAL LEARNING CENTER .
(850) 838-2550 .
Principal: Jim Ed Brannan .. :
Open House & Orientation: Tuesday, Aug. 22, 6:00 p.m. '
School Attendance & Supplies: June Morgan
Dress Code: Jim Brannan
Student Day: 7:55-2:45

STEINHATCHEE SCHOOL
(352) 498-3303 Buses ni,,r Fini E4 gar
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Principal: Sylvia Ivey c(rilerianrd .:nc. ui uldr,. In .. .
Resource Teacher
& Back to School Supplies: Kathy Jester Parentsof carridersda
Orientation: Friday, Aug. 4, 2:00 p.m. ,,cK up r Ed.rdE '" "
Open House: Tuesday, Sept. 5, 6:00 p.m. .:,:n..:ui.iri, dr ,ve~ 'r .iQ :
Attendance: J.T. W ells Thi'ufh Fr,:n, East ,ie ,
Dress Code: Sylvia Ivey
Student Day: (K-5) 7:55 2:30 (6-8) 7:55-2:35, Breakfast 7:30-7:50


TAYLOR COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
(850) 838-2525

Asst. Principal: Sandy Hendry
Deans/Resource: Ed Harvey, Pam Yates,. 838-4920 .

Freshman Orientation: Tuesday, Aug. 1, 6 p.m. Michael
Schedule Pick-up & Meet Teachers: Thompson
Thurs., Aug. 3, 1:00-3:00 pm Principal

Open House: Tuesday, August 22, 7 p.m.
Attendance: Debra Mash, 838-2526
Dress Code: Pam Yates, 838-4920
Guidance: Jan Anderson (9 & 10)
Joe Andrews (11 & 12) 838-4921 ., ,,
School Supplies: Classroom Teachers. Thurs., Aug. 3, 6 p.m. u,,r, pO up
Student Day: 7:55-3:00 3.tuni ParI-n.r L


Important Information for Students and Parents
2006-07 School Year
* The District's Title I schools Perry Primary School and Taylor County Elementary School earned 939%
AYP (Adequate Yearly Progress), and Steinhatchee School improved AYP status to 950c., with all three
schools having learning gains that were among the highest in the state.
* Steinhatchee School is an "A" school.
* Taylor County Middle School is a "B" school, earned 970o AYP, and had overall learning gains among
the highest in the state.
* Taylor County High improved its AYP status and had an improvement in learning gains that were
among the highest in the state.
* Because Perry Primary and Taylor County Elementary have not made AYP for the past three years,
both schools will be designated as schools in "Corrective Action." The No Child Left Behind (NCLB)
federal law requires the schools to offer Parent Choice Options for students. Parents need to contact
the District Office at 838-2541 or their student's school for further information.
* Steinhatchee School has not made AYP in two years and will offer students after school tutoring,
"Supplemental Education Services." Parents will be contacted
* Perry Primary, Taylor County Elementary, and Steinhalchee Schools are Title I schools and provide
parents with a parent liaison, parent resource room, and parent involvement plan to ensure parental
participation in their children's education.
- A numerical grade of 80 is required for students to demonstrate "on grade level" mastery in core
academic subjects: Reading, English, 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-12 students at Perry Primary will receive a minimum of 120 minutes of uninterrupted reading
instruction ever day.
* All students at Taylor County Elementary School and Steinhatchee School will receive 90 minutes of
uninterrupted reading and math instruction every day.
* TCHS will restructure its 9th grade into Academic Teams.
* The District will host 3 Community Outreach programs for families during the 06-07 school year at various
locations in the community. Dates will be announced and information sent to parents at a later date.
* All 8th and 9th graders in the Taylor County School System will participate in the "LIFT 21" Project,
which is a one to one laptop initiative funded by-a $962,000.00 Florida Department of Education Grant.
* The District has been awarded a comprehensive federal grant, "Emergency Response and Crisis
Management Grant," to provide additional funds for safety equipment and materials at all the schools.
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PERRY PRIMARY SCHOOL
(850) 838-2506

Asst. Principal: Pamela T. Padgett
Student Services/Resource: Angie Roberts, 838-2508
Orientation: Friday, Aug. 4, 12:30-3:30 p.m.
Open House: Tuesday, August 29
5:00-6:00 pm-Teal, Red, Gold, Silver & Navy Pods
6:15-7:15 pm-Orange, Blue, Yellow, Purple, Garnet & Peach Pods
Attendance: Shannon Mathis, 838-2506
Dress Code: Angie Roberts, 838-2508
School Supplies: Bettie Page, 838-2506
Student Day: 7:30 7:45 Breakfast
7:55 Announcements
Dismissal 2:20 (pick-ups) 2:20 (1st load buses) 2:43 (2nd load buses)


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TAYLOR COUNTY.HEAD START
(850) 838-2558 ,w


Resources: Gloria Bell, Child Growth and Development .
Nancy Bell: Transportation and Special Projects
Teresa Hunter: Health and Nutrition
Mary Phillips: Disabilities and Mental Health
Tremmie Robinson: Enrollment and Parent Involvement Eric B.
Health/Clinic Aide: Teresa Hunter Direc
Orientation: Thursday, Aug. 3, 7 p.m. (Perry)
Friday, Aug. 4, 5 p.m. (Steinhatchee)
Open House: Monday, Aug. 28, 6:00 p.m. (Steinhatchee)
Tuesday, Aug. 29, 6:00 p.m. (Perry)
Attendance: Patricia Williams
Dress Code: Gloria Bell
School Supplies: All supplies and materials are provided by the program,
including backpacks.
Student Day: 8:00 2:25


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TAYLOR COUNTY
ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
(850) 838-2530
Jan Walker
Principal


Asst. Principal: Shelly Strickland
Guidance/Student Services:
Debby Powers, 838-2530
Deans/Resource: John Davies, 838-2530
Orientation: Friday, August 4, 12:30 2:30 p.m.
Open House: Tuesday, August 21, 6:00 7:30 p.m.
Attendance: Rhonda Gregory, 838-2530
Dress Code: John Davies, 838-2530
School Supplies: Front Office Staff, 838-2530
Student Day: 7:50-2:30 siudeni Drop Of & Pick Up
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TAYLOR PRE-K
(850) 838-2535


Sharon Hathcock '
Principal
Orientation:
Tuesday, August 1, 6:00 p.m.(Steinhatchee)
Thursday, August 3, 6:00 p.m. (Perry)
Open House:
Monday, August 21, 6:00 p.m. (Steinhatchee)
Thursday, August 24, 6:00 p.m. (Perry)
Attendance: Linda Miles, 838-2535
Dress Code: Sharon Hathcock, 838-2535
School Supplies: Salena Mrotz, 838-2535
Student Day: 7:30-2:15


TAYLOR COUNTY
MIDDLE SCHOOL
(850) 838-2516
Paul Dyal
Principal


Asst. Principal: Kiki Puhl


Student Day:
7:50-2:50


Guidance:
Priscilla Tripp & Bonnie Wells, 838-2571
Deans/Resource: Suzanne Bassett
& Reggie Wentworth 838-2517
Orientation: Thursday, Aug. 3, 1:00-3:00 p.m.
Open House: Monday, Aug. 28, 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Attendance: Suzanne Bassett, 838-2517
Dress Code: Reggie Wentworth, 838-2517
Supplies: Kiki Puhl, 838-2516


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Pre-K offers programs for whole family'


Under the "umbrella" of
Taylor County's Pre-K, the
following programs are offered
for the whole family:
Pre-K Voluntary
Pre-Kindergarten
(VPK)
Monday, Aug. 7, the Taylor
Pre-K Program will kick-off the
second year of the state-funded,
three-hour VPK program for all
four-year- olds! VPK four-year-
olds will be provided with a
free, quality academic program
at our nationally accredited
center with certified instructors.
Our academic program will be
geared to prepare children to
achieve the Florida 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 educational pre-school
program geared to preparing
children for a successful entry
into kindergarten. To be eligible
for this program families must
meet state mandated, socio-
economic guidelines. Daily fees
are charged according to the
Florida Sliding Fee Scale.

Pre-K
After School Care
This program is an extended
daycare provided for working
parents or parents who are going
to school. Children may remain
at the center in this program
from 2 until 6 p.m., Monday
through Friday. During this time
children are provided activities
that reinforce learning in the
classroom as well as indoor and
outdoor playtimes. Daily fees
are charged according to the
Florida Sliding Fee Scale. An
application can be found in the
appendices.


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 child care will be
provided free of charge. The
mother must register the baby in
the T.A.P. program or Even
Start. Please contact our office
at 838-2535 for more
information.
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 of age and


meet state mandated socio-
economic requirements. Please


contact the Even Start Program-
at 838-9372 or 838-9373. _
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Child Care Hours 7:00 5:30 Pre-School Hours 8:00 12:00
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The Good Shepherd Child Development Center admits students of any race, color, national and
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Parent liaison Robin Collins makes sure the welcome is official.


Perry Primary sees newest students


By GEORGE E. CLAYTON
Principal
The administration, teachers
and staff of Perry Primary
School are excited about another
academic school year. We are
elated and look forward to
seeing our returning students and
meeting our new students and
their families.
Our student orientation is
Aug. 4 from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m.
We encourage parents/guardians to
bring their children to meet his or
her teacher. The first day of

Had you
Part of the annual back-to-
school ritual is to be sure children


Julie Gaston RN (left) and Robyn Ely, clinic aide, are shown outside their office at Perry Primary
School. Gaston said they are "ready to take care of any boo-boos any of the children may have."


Perry Primary School
.Open House -- Tuesday, August 29
5:00-6:00 pm-Teal, Red, Gold, Silver & Navy Pods
-615-7:15 pm-Orange, Blue, Yellow, Purple, Garnet & Peach Pods.
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Is your child prepared

4* Voluntary Pre-Kinde
Child Care Ceni

SFamily Child


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school is Aug. 7 and Open House
is Aug. 29.
Registration is ongoing for any
student that will become five
years of age on 'or before
Sept. 1, 2006. For any questions
about registration, please call
Angie Roberts at 838-2506
because we would appreciate
having you and your child as part
of the Perry Primary School
family.
For your convenience, copies
of the school supply .list have

ir shots?
are up-to-date on their
vaccinations. Most immunizations
are administered before a child is
two years old.
However, between ages four and
six, prior to entering kindergarten,
children are due for several booster
shots. Children between 12 and 15
years of age might also be due for
booster shots.
While no one looks forward to
vaccine injections, the benefits of
preventing serious vaccine-
preventable diseases far outweigh
the mild discomfort of the shots
and low risk of side effects.
Another requirement for entering
kindergarten or a day care facility
is a child health physical
examination, performed by- a
licensed medical provider.
Your child will not be allowed
to enter school without a :valid
State of Florida immunization
record and a child health physical
exam.
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Serving Dowling Park and surrounding counties
with caring and dedicated staff located at
Advent Christian Village in the J. Ralph Smith
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Nasseer Masoodi, M.D.
Rich Corley, PA-C

Accepting Medicare, and most insurance
Sliding scale also available
Hours: Monday Friday.
8:00 am 12:30 pm and 1:30 4:30 pm
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658-5300


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