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Four Sections
50th year, No. 32
www.perrynewspapers.comn


S:,ving the T. Cr-pi'i o4 the South Since 1961


Inside today
Bus routes, new principals
and corndogs, oh my! Taylor
County students go back
to school on Monday and
everything you need to know
about the new school year can
be found in our Back to School
special edition inside today.

Local contractors
invited to vendor fair
Pinnacle Construction
Support Group (Pinnacle/CSG),
a construction management
company, will host a vendor fair
on Wednesday, Sept. 7, from
2 to 4 p.m., for local businesses
interested in learning more about
subcontracting opportunities
related to construction of the
Progress Energy Madison
Operations Center.
The fair will be held at the
Madison County Extension
Office, located at 184 College
Loop.
Pinnacle/CSG and Progress
Energy personnel will provide a
project overview and information
on environmental and safety
requirements.
Vendors in Jefferson,
Suwannee, Madison, Taylor,
Lafayette and Hamilton counties
are encouraged to attend.,
Specific subcontracting areas
that have been identified are
concrete, drywall, HVAG,
metal framing, tile, earthwork,
carpentry, painting, paving,
insulation, carpeting, and
landscaping.


Win a 'Party in a Box...'
Parrot Heads in Perry-"dise"
are continuing the "Party in the
Box...Just Add Friends" fund-
raiser drive.
The Margaritaville Prize Pack
giveaway includes Jammin'
Jerkin Shrimp (plump shrimp
seasoned with Jamaican
spices), Volcano Shrimp
(cheese and jalapeno stuffed
crispy shrimp) and one bottle
of Margaritaville margarita
mix.
Tickets are $1 each and can
be purchased from any club
member.




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


Pendarvis pleads guilty


to murder, sentenced


to 28 years in prison


Grim details emerged
Monday about the March 11
shooting death of an 18-year-
old Old Town woman whose
body was left in the woods
along Stephens Landing Road
off Highway 51 in Tennille.
Jenny Jackson was shot once
with a pistol and three more
times with a 22-caliber rifle.
Her body was dragged into the
woods and her clothes were
dumped in the Suwannee River.
Those were the facts released
by prosecutors following a
guilty plea entered by Jackson.'s
killer, Torry Allen Pendarvis,


23, of Newberry.
Pendarvis appeared before
Judge James Roy Bean Monday
morning to formalize the
agreement and to receive his
sentence.
Under the agreement
reached with prosecutors-
and approved by the victim's
family-he was sentenced to 28
years in prison with a minimum/
mandatory term of 25 years.
"That he means he will not
receive any 'gain time' during
the first 25 years of his sentence.
Upon his release he will have 10
years of probation to serve as


well," Assistant State Attorney
Dave Phelps explained.
Pendarvis was originally
charged with first degree
murder. However, under the
plea agreement, that charge
was reduced to second degree
murder.
"A first degree murder
sentence carries a mandatory
life sentence. The (Jackson)
family was in agreement to
having him receive a less than
life sentence," Phelps said.
State Attorney Robert "Skip"
.* Please see page 6


Torry Pendarvis, right, is fingerprinted prior to being
remanded to the Florida Department of Corrections.


Units from Taylor
County Fire-Rescue,
the sheriff's office,
Florida Highway Patrol
and emergency medical
services responded to a
three-vehicle crash on
U.S. 27 Monday morning.
(Right) County employees
Ray Blue and Debbie
Gaines sustained minor
injuries when their road
department work truck
was hit from behind by a
log. truck. The resulting
impact caused the semi
to overturn and block the
roadway.


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crash

An overturned log truck and
scattered timber blocked traffic
on U.S. Highway 27 Monday
morning, creating a line of
vehicles that stretched nearly a
mile in both directions.
Two loaded log trucks and a
county road department work
truck were involved in the
crash, which happened around
8:15 a.m. near S.W Swindle
Road, a few miles past the fire
tower.
Florida Highway Patrol
(FHP) Trooper Gus Smymios
reported that the work truck,
occupied by driver Ray Blue,
60, and co-worker Debbie
Gaines, was traveling west on
U.S. 27 and had slowed to pull
off the north side of the road.
A log truck driven by
Yoandys Vargas, 30, of Live
Oak, was also in the westbound
lane and had slowed down to
pass the work truck. A second
Please see page 6


County inundated with SHIP applicants


Applications for State
Housing Initiatives Partnership
(SHIP) assistance began
briskly Tuesday, with nearly 50
applications handed out in the
first 90 minutes.
County Grants Coordinator
Melody Cox said people were
waiting for the doors to open
that morning and she expected
more than 100 applicants would
be handed out by the end of the
day.
While applications were
available earlier this year


for assistance through a the program, but it was recently
Community Development announced that Taylor County
Block Grant (CDBG), due to was one of a number of rural
the requirements of the grant, counties in Florida to receive
only those outside the City of $350,000, Grants Coordinator
Perry limits were eligible. Melody Cox said.
This is the first time Taylor Applications for homeowners
County has solicited new can be picked up at the Taylor
*applications for SHIP rehab County Extension Office
projects since 2005. Earlier located in Forest Capital Hall,
this year, the county finally 203 Forest Park Dr.
completed the last project on Unlike previous years,
the list from that solicitation, however, SHIP will not fund
They did not solicit any others demolition and new construction
because the state had not funded projects, as the Florida


Legislature implemented a one
year prohibition on state funding
being used for new construction
beginning July 1, Cox said.
For the homebuyer assistance
program, the maximum amount
of SHIP funds that may be
awarded per unit is $10,000; the
maximum is not awarded to all
applicants. Homebuyers may
not have claimed homestead
exemption in the last three years
(excluding mobile homes).
Mobile homes and rental
properties are not eligible for


assistance.
As for rehabilitation projects,
the maximum amount of SHIP
funds that may be awarded per
unit is $25,000; the maximum
may not be awarded to all
applicants.
According to Cox, the purpose
of the program is to "provide
repairs or improvements
needed for safety and sanitary
rehabilitation and/or correction
of code violations."
,- Please see page 6


Federal housing rehab moves forward


With $875,000 in federal
Community Development
Block Grant (CDBG) funds
for housing rehabilitation and
reconstruction in hand, county
officials are hoping to begin
putting projects out for bid next
month.
Taylor County received a
$750,000 grant, which they
matched with $125,000 of State
Housing Initiative Partnership


(SHIP) funds, and solicited to be used in the unincorporated


applications in April.
According to Grants
Coordinator Melody Cox, the
county received 61 applications,
although seven were ultimately
found to be ineligible because
the applicants either lived within
the City of Perry limits or had
not paid their property taxes.
Cox said the requirements of
the grant only allow the funds


area of the county.
The maximum amount that
can be spent on rehabilitation
is $25,000. For demolition
and reconstruction, the limit is
$75,000.
Last month, the Taylor
County Commission approved
a ranking list of the applicants.
"CDBG required we use a
ranking point system to create


the list," Cox said. "They also
required we rank the elderly and
the handicapped first."
Based on the number of
projects which will require
demolition and reconstruction,
Cox said she expects the
county to be able to fund 10 to
12 projects with the available
money.
Notable is that three of the top
10 projects are in Steinhatchee,


she added.
Currently the county is
conducting home inspections
because several of the project
homes require lead-based
paint inspections, Cox said.
Additionally, several require
applications to the Department
of State because they are more
than 50 years old.
"We hope to go out for bids in
September," Cox said.











Editorial


A-2 Taco Times
August 17, 2011


THINKING OUT LOUD
By RAY EVANS


The Debt Ceiling Mess


OK, CHIEF...
LET'S START FROM THE
BEGINNING. THESE LITTLE
BROWN ONES ARE
PENNIES...


It's interesting to see the 'spin'
put on political problems by
those with opposing viewpoints.
The recent debt ceiling actions
by Congress and the president
was a good example of winners
being called losers.
The president began an
unprecedented (one of his
favorite words) spending
spree immediately after being
inaugurated. For the first
nine months of his term he
was operating under the Bush
budget, which he totally ignored.
Since that budget expired in
2009 he and the Congress have
not even bothered to prepare an
annual budget, one of the most
important working documents
the government requires. He
just continued borrowing and
spending money without any
authority until he brought the
country to the brink of financial
failure.
Here's the spending plan
in layman's terms. Suppose
you earned $1,000 every week
and spent $1,400 every week.
You would have to borrow
the extra $400. At some point


whoever was lending you the
$400 weekly would see that
you were getting so deeply into
debt that it was unlikely that
you could ever repay them.
They would just quit lending
money to you. You would
be broke. The government
is borrowing $400 for every
$1,000 it spends, except that it
calculates in billions of dollars,
not thousands. The amount
already owed is approaching the
country's net worth.
Last November voters
across the country sent about
70 new members to the U.S.
House of Representatives
with instructions to stop the
spending. The president
ignored that very clear message
and kept spending. Then, when
it came time to raise the debt
ceiling (beyond which he could
not go) he asked Congress to
just raise the ceiling. He called
it a "clean" raise, meaning,
"Just give me the money to
spend." Fortunately for us,
the Republicans in the House
stood fast and said, "No!" Then
he wanted them to increase


taxes to provide more money
to spend. Again, they said,
"No!" They demanded that he
cut spending about $3 for every
$1 in tax increases. He wanted
to increase taxes now and cut
spending later, but his string of
broken promises made that a
fool's bargain.
The president's supporters
pointed out that the debt ceiling
had been raised numerous times
in the past with little debate.
True, but the national debt back
then was not unreasonable.
Now it is enormous.
After much political sparring,
name-calling and downright lies
the House agreed to a very, very
small cut in spending (about one
per cent, I believe) in exchange
for a modest increase in the
debt ceiling. This will postpone
the real showdown for a few
months, at which time a special
committee is supposed to
present a plan requiring an up-
or-down vote by Congress.
Now the democrats are
accusing the republicans
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Letters to the Editor ;


'Amazed' by number of boats at ramp


Dear Editor:-
I've been waiting on the
grand opening article on the
boat ramp finally to see who
paid to launch first, did I miss
it?
I was in the area on Saturday
and was amazed how many
boats had been launched prior
to 10 a.m. with a seemingly
endless flow still coming.
Also impressed how virtually
everyone had their stuff ready
before backing down the ramp
for a quick launch, something
not seen very often at Keaton
Beach.
I never figured out the
purpose of the guy at the pay
box because there was a lot
of grumbling that if you were
gonna stand there, be helpful
and make change for idiots who
can't figure out they need to
bring correct change.
His presence did seem to
instill a false sense of the need
to pay the launch fee, maybe
they should try this at Keaton


because the times I've been
there, the box appeared to have
poison ivy because almost
everyone stayed well away
from it. Oh, that's right, they
must have had their annual
stickers, right?
Even more impressed with
what seemed to be a safe flow
of traffic on a road that some
feel like needs to be re-routed?


Save that money and put some
asphalt on that limerock before
it turns into a sandbox.
Does the same company have
the boat ramp contract as the
one paving on South Jefferson
Street? Seems like they would
work at the ramp for a day then
disrupt traffic at Wal-Mart the
next?
William P. Palmer


TCI hosts family fun day


Dear Editor:
On Aug. 27 from 10 a.m.
until 8 p.m. Taylor Correctional
Institution's Employee Club
will be hosting a Family Fun
Day for their staff and families.
Fun day activities will be
held at the Taylor Correctional
Training Building. Hot dogs,
hamburgers, chips ,and drinks
will be served at 12 noon and
again at 6 p.m. Popcorn, cotton
candy and snow cones will be
available throughout the day.


Times


Wednesday, August 17, 2011


123 S. Jefferson Street
Perry, Florida


P.O. Box 888
(850) 584-5513


DONALD D. LINCOLN SUSAN H. LINCOLN
Publisher Managing Editor
DEBBIE CARLTON CAROLYN DuBOSE
Business Manager Advertising Director
ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI KARIN WILLIAMS
Staff Writer/Advertising Sales Graphic Arts
MARK VIOLA LYNETTE STRICKLAND
Staff Writer Classified Advertising
The Taco Times (ISSN 07470967) is published each Wednesday by Perry News-
papers, Inc., 123 S. Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida 32347. Subscriptions are
$35.00 per year or $49.00 out o county. Periodicals postage paid at Perry, Florida
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The Taco Times welcomes Letters to the Editor reflecting responsible opinions and
views on the news. Please submit letters by Monday at 5 p.m. The Taco Times
reserves the right to refuse publication of letters which are libelous or irresponsible.
Name may be withheld if circumstances so require, but all letters submitted should
be signed by the writer and accompanied by a phone number for verification.
We look forward to hearing from you! Our address is Perry, Newspapers, Inc., P.O.
Box 888, Perry, Florida 32348. e-mail: newsdesk@perrynewspapers.com
Member Perry/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce.


We will have The Big Kahuna
18 foot by 35 foot water slide,
a Disney covered slide and
bouncy house for children six
and under, a bouncy house for
children and adults six and up,
a covered obstacle course and
a dunking both. All Taylor C.I.
employees and their families
are invited to attend.
Sgt. Melissa Archer-Keen,
EHSO
Taylor Correctional
Institution

Parent upset

over school

lunch policy
Dear Editor:
I am curious as to why our
children in the Taylor County
schools are treated worse than
inmates in prison.
If an inmate doesn't have
money in their account they
still get to eat the same food as
everyone else, they don't get fed
graham crackers for breakfast
and peanut butter sandwiches
for lunch. They get to eat the
same as everyone else. I want
to know why the Taylor County
School system thinks it's ok to
treat our children worse than
inmates.
A lot of us parents do not get
the print-outs showing our child
is in the negative until they're
feeding our children like they
are criminals and have done
something wrong.
David Leggett


When you move to a small town,
you must either build a new house or
forever live in a home named for the
people who came before you.
The Lutzes live in the Beers' old home,
which was originally the Joneses' home,
and may forever be called that.
In my neighborhood, the Williamses
arq trying to sell the Proen7zs home, spo
you- could lie inm that one althoiih it
will never have your name attached.
Downtown Perry is much the same.
Recently, we had a visitor who stood in
the newspaper's front office and said,
"I remember when this used to be the
old bus station."
And so it was, according to that
visitor and many others who go "back
in the day" easily.
We escorted our visitor outside and
let her point to where the Poinsettia
Restaurant was. Now askSam sits in
that space and configures software for
people in Istanbul.
Just down the block, Van H. Priest
5 & 10 was every child's delight with
balsa airplanes and paper dolls. An
anchor in the downtown district, it later
became Yarbrough Furniture before
transforming itself into a restaurant,
Rosehead Junction.
I miss Emanuel Milatos and his shoe
shop. The smell of leather was almost
as pleasant as Emanuel's Greek accent.
"They no make shoes like they used to,"
he said and he was right. It's sad not to
have a Greek vendor on the main street,
for they've always been there.
Across from the newspaper, Vera's
became Jeanette's which became
He-Brews and is now Debbie's Jewels.
I miss Perry Hardware, and every
nut and bolt which worked there. I
miss Bloodworth's Drugs and the main
attraction, James himself. I miss all the
karate kids of Perry being dropped off
for Sensei Jimmy Bowden.
My friends in Atlanta are astonished
that I get my afternoon caffeine and
all my clothes altered just across
the street, while my hair is trimmed
three doors down, and my banking
is completed on the back side of the
block. If there was a grocery store in
the downtown district, I might never
see U.S. 19 except on weekends.
But I give you this Mayberry, R.F.D.,
tour of Perry to express genuine
concern about outsiders. I was once an
outsider and they're not always easily
accepted. But worse than me are the
outsiders who buy up the downtown
buildings and then expect Hard Rock
Cafe to locate here. When that doesn't
happen (and it doesn't happen here),
they remain outsiders, allowing their
purchased properties to slowly perish
while the rest of us just stand by
helplessly and watch.
I'm worried about our corners: Towne
Square Grocery no longer sells produce
and staples, Espresso Yourself still
looks attractive (yet empty), and the
Dansby Building is beautiful brick with


ve it, or lose it



By SUSAN H. LINCOLN
no one to love it. Bloodworth's can't
hold a candle to its past and the site of
the old Emporium is a gaping hole.
This would be the place, of course,
where I would commend Wilson/
O'Quinn's Pharmacy for keeping up
appearances. Poised to celebrate its
100th anniversary, this business is
neat as a pin and certainly gives a good
Linpressionio tolose ktho pass through.,.
and there are those who pass through.
The businesses down that block follow
suit, ending with the Taylor County
Historical Society's building which
remains as proud as its First National
Bank heritage.
Kudos to the beautiful new yet
Old Depot, to the neat facade of City
Hall, the historically renovated First
United Methodist Church and the Perry
Woman's Club for working toward a
needed facelift. The Courthouse and
its Annex (old post office) as well as
the Rawls Building are neat and freshly
painted; we need more like them. Home
and business owners who work to
improve their curb appeal give the rest
of us a good reputation.
You don't have to go much farther
down Jefferson Street, however, to
realize that rental houses now belong
to people who don't want painted
shutters or picket fences; they don't
even want a yard. Check out the
property appraiser's list and you'll find
one out-of-town owner after another.
Do they care? It doesn't seem so.
Perhaps like you, I don't have a lot
of excess capital to spend on houses
I'm not living in, but I appeal to those
who might: if you care one whit about
your town, don't sell to someone in
Sebring who doesn't care and never
will. Easy cash is hard to turn down,
I'm sure, but this community's history
and its main thoroughfare are being
compromised by sales to people who
are content to leave storefronts empty
and unattractive until the end of time.
They are also willing to allow homes
on our main street to deteriorate in
structure and appearance.
Our downtown is still more lively
than many I've driven through, but the
competition is getting greater. Madison
lures people to its downtown with
attractive lighting and parking, as does
High Springs with its antique markets.
Perry doesn't need to be a cookie-cutter
replica of either of these towns, but it
needs to decide that its downtown is
worthy of salvation, and then work to
ensure it.
It never hurts to market your best
assets.
Selling them, however, to individuals
or companies who want to flip or just
flop, rarely helps those families left
here trying to make a living and sustain
a community.
I'm still just an outsider, but if
I was from a third, fourth or fifth
generation family here, I wouldn't let
the carpetbaggers in again.


MARK MOIRAK INC










Living,


A-3 The Taco Times August 17, 2011


'Behind-the-scenes' workers

prepare schools for new year
Like a theatre production or a political rally, the first day of a new school year requires the
orchestrated efforts of administrators, teachers, coaches, aides, janitorial staffs and independent
contractors.
With a close deadline in sight, Monday found Taylor County's schools bustling with activity, and
with workers. Shown below are Joy Bailey (right) who was working with a janitorial crew at Taylor
County High School to give the floors a high shine. Pictured at left are Frank Allen, Frank Allen Jr.
and Seth Allen who were freshening up the Bulldog Blue paint at the entrance to Taylor County
Middle School.


Lt. Comdr. Ray Evans, USN (ret.) and Mrs. Claudia McLaurin Evans

McLaurin, Evans exchange

vows in Aug. 13 ceremony


Claudia Carpenter McLaurin and Lt. Comdr.
Ray Evans, U.S. Navy (retired) were united in
marriage on Aug. 13, 2011, in a home ceremony.
John Hombuckle, the groom's grandson,
served as best man. Mrs. Lynda Gordon, the
bride's daughter, was her attendant.


Elder Tommie Stanaland conducted the
ceremony in the groom's home in the presence of
the couple's children and grandchildren.
Folllowing a brief honeymoon, the couple will
reside in Perry.


Inside and out, work was in high gear Monday as Taylor County Schools prepare to
welcome students on Monday, Aug. 22.


Meet Paige

Calnlfora a
FRIEE Make-Over
Fridlays at


Dr. Keith Moore, MI

General Surgery

Joins

DMH Surgical Services


Dr. Keith Moore is a native of Kansas City. He received
his MD from the University of Missouri and his surgical
residence at Brookdale Medical Center in Brooklyn,
NY. He comes to Perry from Wharton, TX, where he
practiced for three years, with prior practices in Missouri
and Georgia. He is board certified in General Surgery
and he will be sharing office space with with Dr. Miles
Nelson. Dr. Moore is living in Perry and has two children,
ages 12 and 6. Dr. Moore is an avid outdoorsman and
looks forward to enjoying our Taylor County lifestyle.


Dr. Moore's credentials are as follows:
* American Board of Surgery
* ATLS- Advance Trauma Life Support Association
He is a member of:
* Surgical Laparoscopic Society National Medical
* American Board of Surgery


Doctors' Memorial Hospital is pleased to welcome
Dr. Moore to the DMH Family of physicians
Dr. Moore began seeing patients August 12, 2011
at
DMH Surgical Services
1218 N. Peacock Avenue, Perry, FL 32347
For appointments call 850-584-8404
MOST INSURANCES ACCEPTED


Looking For:
A small Chihuahua/ Jack Russell
or Rat Terrier mix puppy or
female dog with short hair.
Light brown & white in color
with floppy ears; or anyone that
breeds this type of dog.
Please call Betty Reams at
352 221-3808 or
Jim at 850 838-7173


Reminder
Dori McElveen and Juan
Hernandez remind friends and
relatives of their wedding
Thursday, Aug. 18, at 3 p.m. in
Charity Baptist Church, followed
by a reception.

Card of
Thanks
To everything there is a season
and a time to every purpose under
Heaven. A time to be born and a
time to die. Knowing this, it was
not easier to say goodbye. The
family of the late Deacon Forest L.
Thomas thanks you for all your
kind acts of love, your prayers
carried us, your presence helped
us, your calls lifted us. Words
can't express our gratitude for
you. Special thanks to Covenant
Hospice. We will continue to look
to the hills where our help comes
from. May God keep you all in
His peace.
Mary Thomas and family


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Religion


A-4 The Taco Times August 17, 2011


The art of 'storying' will be showcased at First Baptist


Holley represents
Florida Baptist
Convention
"Storying" is coming to Taylor
County on Aug. 29 when First "--
Baptist Church welcomes the y .
Rev. Jeff Holley, a leader in .
statewide conferences for the
Florida Baptist Convention. 4,,
Holley will demonstrate and
teach the art of communication
through "storying"--how to tell a v
Bible story, basic skills for story
telling, how it attracts post- Jeff Holley
modem adults, youth and
children.
First Baptist Church, in conjunction with the Taylor Baptist
Association, will host this event and invites everyone to participate
at no cost. To indicate your attendance, please call David Solomon
at 584-8025 or Glenn Baker at 843-0690.

Sunday brings pastor appreciation
Solid Rock Apostolic Ministries is observing Pastor
Appreciation Aug. 18-19, beginning at 7 p.m., and also on the 20th
at Jerkins at 1 p.m. Speakers include Bishop Billy White of
Jacksonville, Bishop Keith Boyd and also Kelvin Boyd of New
Orleans.

Music a'plenty at Sunday Homecoming
The oldest Baptist church in Taylor County, Mt. Gilead Baptist


Church in Eridu, will be having its 161st homecoming on Sunday,
Aug. 21, at 10:30 a.m. The guest speaker will be Chris Peterson;
music will be provided by The Cavaliers.
The service will also feature Rebekah Aman, the Barnes Family
(consisting of Donnie and Larry Barnes) and Cheryl Parker
providing special music. Dinner on the grounds will follow.
Pastor Gil Williams and the congregation invite everyone to
attend.

Choir practice precedes Dual Day
Sweet Home Missionary Baptist Church will celebrate Dual Day
on Sunday, Aug. 21, at 11 a.m. with the women in charge.
Women's choir rehearsal is planned for Friday, Aug. 19, at 6 p.m.
The men of the church will lead the 3 p.m. service.

Presbyterians kick off new
Sunday School year
Before students go back to school on Monday, Aug. 22,
Presbyterians will go back to Sunday School during Rally Day
2011, kicking off the new year of lessons. First Presbyterian
Church, located on Plantation Road, invites the community to join
in a Kick-Off Breakfast this Sunday, Aug. 21, at 9:30 a.m. in the
fellowship hall. Classes and studies will be showcased during the
fellowship event. Worship will follow at 11 a.m.
Mt. Olive reaches 84th anniversary
Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church will celebrate its 84th
anniversary on Sunday, Aug. 21, at 11 a.m. The Rev. Roosevelt
Knight and New Bethel Missionary Baptist Church will be in
charge of the program.
Dinner will be served immediately following morning worship.


Have you signed up for Beth Moore?
Limited seating is available for the Beth Moore Simulcast at
Fellowship Baptist Church in Steinhatchee. The event will be held
Sept. 10 from 9:30 a.m. until 5:15 p.m. Please call 352-356-7692
to reserve a seat or contact the church online at
FellowshipBaptistCh.org.

Mentoring program goes 'Back to School'
The Boys To Men Rites of Passage Mentoring Program of Perry
will hold a Back 2 School pizza party on Saturday, Aug. 27, at 11
a.m. in New Brooklyn M.B. Church. Parents are invited to come
with their boys and young men. For more information, please
contact the Rev. Robert Butler at 850-294-9114, president of the
Perry Alliance of Ministers and Pastors, which is the sponsor.

Neal to preach Sunday
Prophet Cory Neal will preach at Temple of God Baptist Church
on Sunday, Aug. 21, at 1:30 p.m. attend. The church is located at
105 Sandra St. Pastor Robert French invites everyone to attend.


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Obituaries,


Mrs. Linda L.
Richardson
Mrs. Linda L. Richardson,
64, of Mayo, died Aug. 12,
2011, at Haven Hospice in
Lake City.
She was born in Logan, W.
Va., to the late Ottie Burke Sr.
and Virginia Chaffi Burke. She
had lived in Mayo for the past
30 years. Mrs. Richardson
worked as a CNA at Layfayette
Health Care for many years and
also at Perry Health Facility.
She is survived by her
husband of 45 years, Edgar
Richardson of Mayo; a son,
Wendell Burke of Cross City; a
daughter, Teresa McCray of
Steinhatchee; brothers, Ottie
Burke Jr. and Paul David
Burke; sisters, Diana Brock,
Thelma Cook and Anita
Flowers; nine grandchildren
and two great grandchildren, as
well as as a host of nieces,
nephews and friends.
She was preceded in death by
a sister, Irene Gilbert.
Funeral services were held at
Joe P. Bums Funeral Home in


Mayo on Tuesday, Aug. 16, at 3
p.m. with Lamar McCray, Ottie
Burke Jr. and John Whittington
officiating. Interment followed
at Lighthouse Christian
Cemetery.
Family members received
friends from 1-3 p.m. (one hour
prior to the service).

Mercedita Keyes
Mercedita Keyes, 88, died on
Aug. 15, 2011, at Lafayette
Health Care Center. She was
born in Puerto Rico.
Coming from Glendale,
Calif., she had lived in Perry
for the past two years. She was
a Catholic.
Survivors include her
longtime companion, Henry R.
DeHart, and close friend,
Janine Kimbrough, both of
Perry.
Graveside services will be
held at Pineview Memorial
Gardens on Thursday, Aug. 18,
at 1 p.m. with Father Bernie
Jakubco officiating.

James Williams


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James "Jim" Williams, 58,
died Aug. 13, 2011 at home,
surrounded by loved ones. He
was a 23-year resident of
Wakulla County, previously a
resident of Perry.
Jim served in the U.S. Navy
as a gunner's mate for four
years.
He was vice president of
Buck Bottom Hunting Club and
operated the Williams BP for
nearly 20 years.
He is survived by his
children, Jamie and Josh
Williams, Cindy Hough and


Kelly Lundy of Steinhatchee;
his mother, Patricia Woods, as
well as sisters, Dail Bodzlony
and Trisha Nix, and three
grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by
his father, Beasley Williams,
and brother, Joe Williams.
Graveside services for Mr.
Williams will be held today,
Aug. 17, at 10:30 a.m. at
Wilcox Cemetery in Perry.
Bevis Funeral Home,
Harvey-Young Chapel, located
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The Taylor County Development Authority (TCDA),
located in Perry, Florida, is soliciting applications for
the full-time position of Executive Director, for the
purpose of diversifying and growing a sustainable
local economy.

Position Objective:
The objective of the Executive Director of the TCDA
shall be to effectively support the retention and
expansion of existing businesses and to aggressively
facilitate the establishment of new, private sector
businesses to Taylor County.

Executive Director Evaluations and Pay:
Pay is commensurate with experience and ability to
effectuate the position's objective. A base salary is
expected to range from $40,000-$80,000 annually.
Additional information and resume deadline Is available
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Veterans preference Is a part of our hiring process.

Charles "Mac" Durden
Charles "Mac" Durden
passed away on July 21,
2011, in San Lorenzo, Calif.
He was born May 30, 1934, in
Boyd, Taylor County, Fla., to
Jesse and Annie Belle Durden.
He leaves behind: a son, Jimmy
Durden, and two granddaughters,
Alisha and Alice Durden. He
is also survived by his companion of 31 years,
Nancy Zembik; three brothers, James "Buster"
Durden, wife Frances and children Marianne,
Carrie, Kevin, Michelle and David Durden; Kelly
L. Durden, wife Louise and children Desiree,
Sondra, Henry, Donald and Ricky; James "Dub"
Cruce, wife Virginia and daughter Dana. He was
predeceased by: a sister, Elizabeth Gunter and her
husband Luther Gunter; their children (living)
are Pat and Tommy Cook and Cheryl and Harry
Daub, Ronald Gunter, Luther "Butch" and Diane
Gunter, Charles and Bobbie Gunter; and his sister
Carolyn Williams and husband Wayne (deceased),
children Sheila and Cecil Padgett, Jimmy and
Vicki Heathington and Nikki Williams Denton.
His memorial service will be graveside at Woodlawn
Cemetery on August 20,2011 at 10 a.m. Family and
friends are welcome. Burns Funeral Home assisted.


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had put out. Just a dog who wasn't needed or wanted anymore. He anxiously looked at every
vehicle that swerved to pass him as he trotted along, tongue hanging out. It was obvious his
owner was not in one of those trucks because no one stopped. Jill passed him, too, and then
turned around to pick him up and try to find his owner.
He was just a dog who was bruised and scratched
and hungry. Perhaps one of those passing cars had
not moved over far enough to avoid him and nicked
him. The caretaker at the local garbage drop off didn't
-. recognize the hound, but said he would keep him there
overnight, locked in the facility. After all, he was only
a dog. The next day Jill checked on him. No one
had claimed him and none of the customers that day
wanted him. He was just a hound dog. Jill took him
home with her and continued to search for his owner.
He was just a dog but if he was going to stay with Jill
for a day or two, he had to have a name. ReddBudd.
He was just a dog, so it really didn't matter if the name
fit. ReddBudd had medical issues, which Jill tended to
and he readily responded with a smile and tail wags to
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To raise money for team

Touchdown Club offering smoked

Boston butts for Kick-Off Classic


The Taylor County
Touchdown Club is offering
to cook your dinner for the
"Kickoff Classic" on Aug. 26!
Touchdown Club members


will be selling slow-cooked,
hickory-smoked, mouth-
watering Boston butts over the
next two weeks leading up to
the Kickoff Classic football


Defending state champs here Aug. 26
The Taylor County High football team continues to work each afternoon in
preparation for the start of the 2011 season. The Bulldogs will host defending state
champions Ocala-Trinity Catholic on Friday, Aug. 26, in the annual pre-season Kickoff
Classic.

Safety course offered this weekend


The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) is offering a free hunter
safety course in Jefferson
County.
The course will be at the Beau
Turner Youth Conservation
Center, 9194 S. Jefferson
Highway, in Capps near
Monticello. Instruction will
take place from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Aug. 20 and from 1 to 5 p.m.
Aug. 21.
Students who have taken
the Internet course and wish
to complete the classroom
portion must bring the online-
completion report and attend
only the Aug. 21 class from 1 to'
5 p.m.
An adult must accompany
children under the age of 16 at all


times. Students are encouraged
to bring a pencil and paper with
them to take notes.
The hunter safety course is
required for anyone born on or
after June 1, 1975, to purchase
a Florida hunting license. The
FWC course satisfies hunter-
safety training requirements for
all other states and Canadian
provinces.
People interested in attending
this course can register online
and obtain information about
future hunter safety classes at
MyFWC.com/HunterSafety or


Speckled Trout
Redfish
Blues, etc.


by calling the FWC's regional
office in Panama City at 850-
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game in Perry on Friday, Aug.
26.
Before the Bulldogs host
defending state champions
Ocala-Trinity Catholic, you and
the family can simply swing
by Dorsett Stadium (from 2-5
p.m.) and pick up your fully-
cooked Boston butt to enjoy a
BBQ dinner before the game.
Each Boston butt weighs 6-7
lbs. and will feed 10 or more
people.
To reserve your pre-game
meal (for only $30), call Joe
Sadler at (850) 371-0975.
Johnston's Old Fashioned
Meat Market will be cooking
the meat, and all proceeds will
go toward the Taylor County
Bulldogs' football program.

Volleyball

league for

youngsters
Taylor County High School
volleyball coach Jodie
Piice will be conducting an
instructional volleyball league
in September for youngsters in
the 3rd through 5th grades.
Play will take place every
Saturday during September.
Informational flyers will be
handed out Friday at Perry
Elementary School during
orientation.


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Sept. 9 Wakulla County Away 7:30
Sept. 16 Fort White Home 7:30
Sept. 23 Madison County Home 7:30
Sept. 30 Open Week
Oct. 7 DeFunlak Springs-Walton Away 8:00
Oct. 14 Jefferson County Away 7:30
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Sept. 15 Deerfield Beach Home 6:00
Sept. 22 Madison County Away 7:00
Sept.29 Fort White Away 7:00
Oct. 6 Godby Home. 7:00,
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Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA)
Taylor County Grants Office
Announces the Availability of
State Housing Initiatives Partnership (SHIP) Funds
for the State Fiscal Year 2011/2012
Taylor County has been allocated $350,000 in SHIP funds to include 10% for administrative costs for the use of strategies
that are approved in the Local Housing Assistance Plan. These strategies include Home Buyer Assistance, Housing
Rehabilitation and Disaster Mitigation/Recovery. The demolition/new construction strategy is restricted per the Legislature's
one-year prohibition on state funding being used for new construction beginning July 1,2011. Applicants are selected and
approved on a first-come, first-qualified basis. The strategies are as follows:
Home Buyer Assistance Strategy
The purpose of this strategy is to provide down payment assistance and principle reduction to all eligible home
buyers. The maximum amount of SHIP funds that may be awarded per unit is $10,000; the maximum is not
awarded to all applicants. Homebuyers may not have claimed homestead exemption in the last three years (this
excludes mobile homes). Mobile homes and rental properties are not eligible for assistance.
Housing Rehabilitation Strategy
The purpose of this strategy is to provide repairs or improvements needed for safety and sanitary rehabilitation
and/or correction of code violations. The maximum amount of SHIP funds that may be awarded per unit is
$25,000; the maximum may not be awarded to all applicants. The homeowner must claim homestead exemption
and the home must be occupied to be considered for rehabilitation. Applicants are limited to assistance once
every (10) years. Mobile homes and rental properties are not eligible for assistance.
Disaster Mitigation/Recovery
The Disaster Strategy provides assistance to households following a natural disaster as declared by the President
of the United States or Governor of the State of Florida. In the event of a disaster, the County will provide funds
to assist in paying deductibles, necessary repairs not covered by insurance and necessary repairs for individuals
with no home owner insurance up to the maximum amount of $5,000 per participant, The maximum amount may
not be awarded to all applicants. Mobile homes and rental properties are not eligible for assistance.
We will be distributing applications beginning Tuesday August 16, 2011, at the following address between the hours of
9:00 am and 4:00 pm Monday thru Friday. Applications will NOT be available prior to August 16,2011.
FOREST CAPITAL HALL
Taylor County Extension Office 203 Forest Park Drive Perry, FL 32348
For additional information please contact Marilee Wolfe, Project Manager of Meridian Community Services
Group, Inc., at (866) 484-1975 (Toll Free).
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Charges are pending


in three-vehicle crash


LOG TRUCKS
Continued from page 1
log truck, driven by James A.
Moffett, 44, of Cross City was
behind Vargas and apparently
failed to slow in time to avoid
hitting both vehicles.
Moffett's log truck ran
between the two other vehicles,
striking the log truck in its right
side fuel tank and hitting the
work truck on its left rear.
The resulting impact caused
his truck to overturn in the


middle of the highway and
sent pine logs rolling across
the highway and into the
ditch.
Moffett, Blue and Gaines
were all treated for minor
injuries; Vargas was not injured.
County Administrator Jack
Brown said Tuesday that both
county employees (Blue and
Gaines) "seem to be doing okay.
We expect them back at work
soon."
Smyrnios reported that
charges in the case are pending.


All areas of the county

eligible for SHIP projects


SHIP
Continued from page 1


for assistance.
All areas of the county are
eligible for SHIP assistance,


The homeowner must claim including inside the City of
homestead exemption and the Perry. 7
home must be occupied to be For additional information
considered for rehabilitation, about the program, contact
Applicants are limited to Marilee Wolfe, project manager Charges pending
assistance once every 10 years. of Meridian Community
Mobile homes and rental Services Group, Inc., at 866- Charges are pending as the Florida Highway Patrol continues to investigate a three-vehicle crashed that blocked
properties are again not eligible 484-1975. traffic on U.S. Highway 27 for a few hours Monday morning. No serious injuries were reported.


First 25 years of Pendarvis' sentence is mandatory


MURDER
Continued from page 1
Jarvis was also in court to
witness the sentencing along
with family members of both
Pendarvis and Jackson.
When it was time for Bean to
consider the plea deal, Pendarvis
was led from the courthouse's
holding cell to the courtroom.
Phelps said Pendarvis was
facing charges of first degree
murder and tampering with
evidence. According to the plea
deal, however, Pendarvis agreed
to plead guilty to second degree
murder by discharging a firearm
and tampering with evidence.
On the second charge,
Pendarvis was facing 158 days,
with credit for the 158 days he


has served in the Taylor County
Jail.
On the first charge, Pendarvis
was facing 28 years in prison,
with the first 25 being a
mandatory minimum because a
firearm was used. This sentence
will be consecutive to the other,
meaning Pendarvis will not
receive any credit toward to the
28 years for time served.
His prison sentence will
be followed by 10 years of
probation. He will also be
required to pay $8,000 in
restitution for funeral costs,
$100 in court costs, $350 for
investigation costs and $500 for
counsel.
During the proceedings,
Pendarvis did not speak except
to answer the judge's questions


with a "Yes, sir," or "No, sir."
Pendarvis' attorney pointed
out that he had only deposed one
witness, the medical examiner,
and praised the reports provided
by the Taylor County Sheriff's
Office.
Judge Bean acknowledged
there were family members
present in the courtroom, but
they did not wish to speak in
court. According to Phelps, the
family provided the court with a
letter for Judge Bean to read but
asked that it not be read aloud
in court.
Bean asked Pendarvis a series
of questions regarding the plea
before accepting it as written.
He then asked Pendarvis if there
was anything else he would like
to add.


"No, sir," Pendarvis said.
He was then fingerprinted and
led back to the holding cell. As
he left the courtroom, several
family members broke into
tears.
In a subsequent interview,
Phelps described the events
leading up to the murder:
"Pendarvis and Jackson had
known one another before
Pendarvis' marriage to another
woman. They had reconnected,
got into an argument and that's
when Pendarvis shot her once
with a pistol as they traveled in
a vehicle through Dixie County.
Once they crossed the Taylor
County line, he dragged her
from the car into the woods and
then shot her three more times
with a 22 (rifle). She was still


alive when he shot her in Taylor
County."
Additional reports indicate
that Pendarvis and Jackson both
grew up in Dixie County.
Pendarvis graduated from
Dixie County High School in
2007, and most recently married
in Gilchrist County on Oct.
9, 2010. Jackson, his former
girlfriend, graduated from Dixie
County High School in 2010.
"The Dixie County Sheriff's
Office received a 911 call at
1:09 a.m. on Friday (March 11)
from Torrey Pendarvis' father
who requested a deputy come to
the weight scales in Old Town.
According to the caller, his son
had come to his place of work
and said that he had been in an
accidental shooting incident


while hunting earlier in the
evening," the Gilchrist County
Journal in Trenton reported.
During this time, co-workers
of the victim called 911 and said
that she had taken her break
earlier in the evening and had
not returned to work. This was
reportedly out of character for
Jackson and they asked deputies
to look for her in case she had
some difficulty.
In the meantime, Pendarvis
made several statements to the
deputy about the incident not
actually involving a hunting
accident, and that Jackson's
body was located in a wooded
area in Taylor County, near
Steinhatchee.
"He led law enforcement to
her body," Phelps said.


'Congress is in the business of


spending other people's money'


THINKING OUT LOUD
Continued from page 2
in the House of failing to
compromise. Well, why should
they compromise? The voters'
intentions were clear. They
want government spending
curtailed. And why do the
Democrats think the president's
wishes should go unchallenged?
He's the one at fault for getting
us into this mess so he's the one
whose plans should be changed.
We owe the Republicans a debt
of gratitude for standing up and
demanding prudent action by
the president.
Of course, Democrats and
Republicans in Congress all
recognize that government
spending must be cut seriously.
This will, sooner or later, mean
reducing some of the goodies
that they have promised in the
past in order to get elected and
re-elected. The Obama health
care plan calls for a $500
billion cut in Medicare, yet the
Democrats are accusing the
Republicans of trying to destroy
Medicare. Realistically, it
must be cut even more or else
our taxes must be increased
significantly to pay for it. And
there's the main problem.
Too many, perhaps a vast
majority, of Americans think
they have paid for the Medicare
benefits they receive. They
don't understand that what they
paid to the government over a
lifetime could be used up in one
major hospital stay. Every year
all of the taxpayers are making
up the shortage of Medicare
dollars. Either all taxpayers,
including those receiving
Medicare (primarily older and/
or retired folks), must pay
more for what they get, or else
some benefits must be limited
or eliminated. Neither the
Republicans nor the Democrats
in Congress can bear the
thought of being responsible
for such an unpopular action.
The Democrats think the only
answer is to increase taxes.
The Republicans want overall
government spending cut.
A similar problem exists
with Social Security. A House
bill that would, 15 years in
the future, pay less benefits


to persons retiring then, was
considered dead on arrival
in the Senate. The plan was
reasonable and would allow
future retirees to better plan for
their retirement years, but would
make no change for persons
retiring within the next 15
years or those already receiving
Social Security benefits.
Unfortunately, many Democrats
screamed that the Republicans
wanted to cut Social Security
and most older recipients didn't
hear the part that said they
would not be affected. But, one
way or another, the time will
come when the system can no
longer pay what it has promised
because the income from
workers can't keep up with the
payments to retirees.
Every proposal to cut
spending is strongly opposed by
those who are receiving benefits
at the expense of others.
Everyone receiving Medicare,
Social Security, Medicaid, food
stamps or any of the numerous
government payments for a
multitude of reasons may say
they favor cutting government
spending, but not their benefits.
Quite a few years ago it
was apparent that many of
the military posts and naval
installations built during World
War II were unneeded, but
every time a proposal was
made to close one of them the
congressional delegation from
the state affected protested
strongly. They sensed that they
would not get re-elected if a
base closed and many unneeded


employees were laid off. The
armed forces wanted to close the
unneeded facilities and spend
their money on more useful
things. Finally an independent
base closure committee was
established.
They periodically submitted
to Congress a list of facilities
to be closed. Congress
could only vote yes or no.
That allowed the individual
members to claim they were
not responsible for closures in
their districts because it was out
of their hands. Even the best
politicians seem to fear taking
responsibility for unpopular
actions. The president seems
to avoid taking any responsible
action in any matter.
The special committee that
is to make recommendations
to Congress in a few months
concerning spending cuts and/or
tax increases is so ideologically
divided that I will be surprised
if any substantial improvement
in the country's debt problem
results from their deliberations.
One thing is clear: If you're
broke or nearly broke, reduce
spending. That's easy to
understand, but Congress is in
the business of spending other
people's money, so it may
not seem like real money to
them.
Maybe the solution is to keep
replacing members of Congress
until a majority of them can get
it right. In the meantime, stand
by for higher taxes, which will
increase the cost of everything
you buy.


LOST DOGS

Brown & white Chihuahua,

goes by "Blaze" and a solid

brown Bulldog who answers

to "Hooch," last seen around

East Ellison Road. If you see

one or both of these dogs,

PLEASE call (850) 843-0554


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iWork3 connects local youth + jobs


Supported by the North
Florida Workforce Program
staff, more than 100 youth
(ages 16-21) from Hamilton,
Jefferson, Lafayette, Madison,
Suwannee and Taylor counties
have been busy at work
this summer, earning above
minimum wage for jobs
for which they applied and
interviewed.
"Our program's name,
iWork3, indicates the third
year that area youth have
been engaged in life and work
skills training." said iWork3


Coordinator Breanda Taylor.
'This temporary work will
improve their lives and increase
their opportunities for securing
self-sustaining employment,
including networking with local
employers who will be valuable
employment references in years
to come."
According to iWork3
Assistant Allesandra Camejo,
"Prior to starting their jobs,
youth participants completed
Work Readiness Week, and
continue their employability
training through bi-weekly


Life Skills Workshops where
they learn skills that may be
applied at their worksites.
Also, youth were taught how
to use an Automated External
Defibrillator (AED) and
completed training activities
to earn their CPR (Infant,
Child and Adult) and OSHA/
MSHA credentials--common
requirements for many local
employers in our region."
Besides having the
opportunity to acquire
nationally-recognized work
credentials, these young workers


Garret Pegg flushing hydrants for the City of Perry Fire Department



NFCC shifts funding from historic


Wardlaw-Smith-Goza Mansion


The Wardlaw-Smith-Goza
Conference Center in Madison
is how operating as a self-
tsupprthiig ent iiitie that
no longer receives financial
support from North Florida
Community College's (NFCC)
general operating budget.
The shift in funding was
approved by the NFCC
District Board of Trustees
and considered a necessary
change as the college priorities
expenditures amidst another
year of reduced state funding.
A special announcement
regarding the change was
sent to NFCC's "Friends of
the Mansion" members in
June.
"Over the years, Friends of
the Mansion members have
made monetary donations,
volunteered time and shown a
great love for NFCC's historic
conference center," said Maria
Greene, WSG Conference
Center coordinator. "We are


making changes, but our annual
membership drive is currently
underway and we continue to
hold events, weddings and tours
in the mansion. It's business as
usual for now as we look for
ways to build extra revenue."
Greene is looking as far
ahead as June 2012 with her
current budget and needs the
continued support of donors and
the community.
According to NFCC
President John Grosskopf, the
college is also actively seeking
partnerships or alternative
solutions that can keep the WSG
Conference Center open to the
public; even if that means taking
NFCC out of the equation.
"NFCC is very proud of its
tenure as the primary steward
of this very important local
treasure; however, we are now
in a position where we must
align all of our resources to
the fulfillment of our primary
mission, and we cannot


continue to fund this endeavor,"
said Grosskopf. "We will be
working to find our successor to
take over from here."
The Wardlaw-Smith-Goza
Conference Center, listed in
the Historic American Building
Survey" and the National
Register of Historic Places, was
built in 1860.
NFCC purchased the WSG
Conference Center property
in 1988 through a Florida
legislative appropriation
to preserve and use it as a
conference center for the six
rural counties which the college
serves.
Many of the antique
furnishings and accessories
inside, the mansion are loaned
or donated by individuals
within the area and according
to Greene, these items will be
handled with the upmost respect
in regards to the donor or owner,
whatever the future brings for
the mansion.


were also introduced to Florida
Ready to Work credentialing
program. Florida Ready to
Work is part of a nationwide
Career Readiness Credentialing
network. Through this program,
jobseekers review and increase
their basic skills and are then
assessed to determine their
skill level, earning a bronze,
silver, or gold credential. The
credential will be signed by
Governor Rick Scott. Youth
who diligently access this
Internet-based program for
at least one hour each week
during the summer are given
the opportunity to test for their
Ready to Work credential and
earn a $100 incentive when they
pass.
Some of the many
participating worksites for
iWork3 from throughout the
six-county region include:
Doctors' Memorial Hospital,
City of Perry, Madison Clerk
of Court, Madison Recreation
Association, Jefferson County
Property Appraiser, Jefferson
County Parks and Recreation,
Three Rivers Regional Library,
Comprehensive Community
Services, Suwannee Co.
Sheriff's Office, North Florida
Printing, Hamilton County
Economic Development
Authority and Suwannee Valley
Nursing Center.
Other worksites specifically
from Taylor County that
participated in iWORK3 as a
mentor are Taylor County Board


Robert R. Davis, left, being mentored by Supervisor
Tim Dennis of Marine Liquidators


of County Commissioners,
Stewart Memorial AME
Church, Taylor County Public,
Library, Goodwill Store, Lance,
Chemring Ordnance, Subway
Dixon Rescue Fund, City of
Perry Fire Department, and
Marine Liquidators.
"Workforce: Solutions for
North Florida's Economy," says
the sign above the main Career
Center located at 705 East
Base Street in Madison. By
the program's end, it is hoped
that the young people served
this summer through iWork3
will have discovered more
about themselves and overcome
the barriers facing them since
enrolling in this innovative work
readiness program. Another goal
of the program is to put more
young people in the talent
pipeline from which area
employers choose their future
workforce.
iWork3 and other career and


employment focused activities
are made available to area youth
and adults through national
legislation like the Workforce
Investment Act (WIA)
which replaced the Job
Training Partnership Act (JTPA)
in 1998.
In such legislation, a year-
round youth program was
established to assist youth with
facing barriers to employment
and with opportunities to move
toward self-sufficient (high
skill/high wage) occupations
available in this region.
The year-round youth career
consultant is Sara Shepherd.
More information can be found
at www.NFWorkforce.org.
For next summer, any youth
or prospective worksites
may contact Taylor, summer
youth employment program
coordinator (iWork4) at
(850) 973-WORK or (866) 367-
4758.


Giving back
Winn Dixie team members recently contributed lunch to firefighters at the .City
of Perry Fire Department in recognition of the work they do for the community.
"This was our way of giving back," Store Director Jeff Myers said. He and Front
End Manager Linda Shipp, left, are shown presenting the lunch platter to firefighter
Charles Watson.


AARP: last Wed., 10 a.m. at Perry
Shrine Club.
KIwanis Club: Wednesdays,
noon, Joyce's Main Street Cafe.
MainStreet Perry: fourth Tuesday,
5:30 p.m., Perry Historic Station.
NAACP: first Sunday, 5 p.m., at
Jerkins Community Center.
Optimist Club: Thursday, noon at
Rosehead, downtown Perry.
Perry Garden Club: third
Wednesday, 10 a.m.
Perry Elks Lodge: second and
fourth Tuesday, 7 p.m.
Perry Lodge #187: first and third
Tues., 6 p.m., Masonic Hall.
Perry Masonic Lodge 123: meets
first and third Monday, 7:30 p.m.
Perry Shrine Club: fourth Thurs.,
7 p.m. (club house on Courtney
Road).
Perry Woman's Club: second
Wed., noon (September to May).
Rotary Club: Tues., noon at
Rosehead Junction.
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.


Airport Advisory Committee:
fourth Wednesday, 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.
County Commission: first Mon.
and third Tues. at 6 p.m., courthouse
annex; workshop, fourth Tues., 3 p.m.
Juvenile Justice Council: third
Thurs., 9 a.m., at Juvenile Justice
Office, 1719 South Jefferson Street.
Planning Board: first Thurs.,
6 p.m. Courthouse annex (old post
office).
Taylor County Construction
License Board Meeting: third Fri.,
2 p.m., courthouse annex.
Taylor County Development
Authority: second Mon., noon, at
Historic Perry Station.
Taylor County School Board: first
and third Tues., 6 p.m.
Taylor Coastal Water and Sewer:
fourth Tuesday at 18820 Beach
Road, 5:30 p.m.
Taylor Soil & Water Conservation
District Board: fourth Monday,
7 p.m., Foley Airport terminal
conference room. Call 584-4329 for
information.
Tourism Development Council:
second Wed., 12 p.m., Chamber of
Commerce.


Community Prayer Luncheon:
Monday at noon, Main Street Cafe.
All are welcome.
Diabetes classes every Tuesday,
3 p.m., Doctors' Memorial Hospital.
FAMU Alumni Chapter: second
Monday, 7 p.m., Jerkins


Community Center.
Girl Scouts Service Unit: first
Tuesday, 7 p.m., Scout Hut.
Helping Hands of the Shelter:
every Tuesday, 6 p.m., Chamber of
Commerce.
Historical Society: open Thursday
afternoons, 1-5 p.m.
Home Educators League of
Perry: Forest Capital Hall. Call 584-
6866 or visit on-line htt://taylor.ifas.
ufl.edu.
La Leche League International:
second Wed., 10:30 a.m., Taylor
County Public Library.
Mothers of Pre-Schoolers: first
and third Fridays. Call 584-3826.
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.
Parrot Heads in Perry-"dise"
Club: meets the second and fourth
Wednesday, 7 p.m. Call 843-1469 for
location.
Pet adoptions: Taylor County
Animal Shelter, open Monday
through Friday. Call 838-3525.
Republican Party of Taylor
County: second Thursday, 6:30
p.m., at Rigoni's Cookhouse on
Highway 19 North. Call 584-5878.
Taylor Adult Program (TAP):


Thursday, 10 a.m., 502 N. Center
Street. 223-0393.
Taylor Coastal Communities
Association: second Tuesday,
6 p.m., at the district building on
Beach Road.
Taylor County Amateur Radio
Club: first Monday, 7 p.m.,
Perry-Foley Airport conference
room.
Taylor County Brotherhood:
meets on Mondays, 7 p.m., at New
Brooklyn; every third Saturday,
9 a.m., at Stewart Memorial.
Taylor County Brotherhood
Choir: meets every Thursday,
6 p.m., at Stewart Memorial.
Taylor County Habitat for
Humanity: board meeting, second
Thursday, 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
Fri., Club Roping, 7:30 p.m.; third
Sat., speed events, 11 a.m.; last
Sat., roping, 6 p.m. Arena is located
on Bishop Blvd.
Taylor County Quilters: Tuesdays,
10 a.m. to noon, public library.
Taylor County Reef Research
Team: second Tuesday, 7 p.m.,
Forest Capital Hall.
Taylor County Senior Center:
Executive Board of Directors
meeting, every third Thursday.
Taylor County United:


second Mon., 7 p.m., Evangel
Christian Fellowship (1454 Courtney
Road).
Whole Child Taylor-Shared
Service Network: fourth Mon.,
9 a.m., Alton H. Wentworth
Administrative Complex.
Yarn Lovers Circle: first and third
Thursday, 9:30 a.m., Taylor County
Public Library.


AL-ANON: meets every Thursday
at noon, St. James Episcopal
Church.
Alcoholics Anonymous: Monday,
7 p.m. and Thursday, 7 p.m. at the
Serenity House, 1824 N. Jefferson
St. Call 843-3484.
Big Bend Hospice Advisory
Council: fourth Tuesday at 1 p.m.,
Big Bend Hospice office (107 E.
Green).
Celebrate Recovery: a non-
denominational, Christ-centered
recovery ministry meets Thursdays
at 6 p.m., in the First Baptist Church
Youth Center (old Citizens Bank
building).
Narcotics Anonymous: Sun.,
Tues., Wed., Fri., 7 p.m.; Sat.,
12 p.m. Catholic Church of the
Immaculate Conception (Parish
Center), 2750 S. Byron Butler
Pkwy. For questions, call: (877)
340-5096.
Perry Winners Group of
Alcoholics Anonymous: Friday,


8 p.m.; Heritage House, 317 N.
Orange St.
Reformers Unanimous:
every Friday, 7 p.m., at Charity
Baptist Church, 580 E. Highway
27.
The Way: (faith-based 12-step
group for addicts and alcoholics)
Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., and Friday,
7 p.m., at the Serenity House,
1824 N. Jefferson St. Call 672-
0626.



AMVETS Post 20: third
Tuesday, 7 p.m., at 671 Charles
Hendry Road.
American Legion Post #291:
second Saturday, 10 a.m.
American Legion Post #96:
first Tues., 7 p.m., American
Legion Hall, Center St.
Sons of Confederate
Veterans: fourth Thursday at
North Orange Street. Call 584-
5725 or 838-2045.
VFW Post #9225: second
Tuesday, 7 p.m. (American
Legion building).
To add your group or
organization to the Community
Calendar, call 584-5513
or e-mail newsdesk@
perrynewspapers.com.







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Auction this Friday! Downtown Perry.
6:30 p.m. corner of Green and
Washington. We have general
merchandise as well as tools,
collectibles, stereo equipment and
furniture. Something for everyone!
This week's featured items include a
large birdcage, a 30 gal. compressor
and a large lot of Army surplus
supplies. Call 850-672-9800 for more
information. Gary Bonney, Auctioneer
AU2021/AB2011.
05/06tfnDNA

AUCTION SATURDAY AUG. 20, AT
6:30 PM, 1693 SW MOSELEY HALL
RD (CR360) MADISON. THIS WEEK
WE HAVE A HAULER FROM
GEORGIA HERE WHICH ALWAYS
BRINGS A INTERESTING MIX OF
NEW ITEMS INCLUDING FOOD. WE
ARE ALSO LIQUIDATING
MERCHANDISE FROM A
TRUCKLOAD FROM A LARGE
RETAILER. ITEMS SUCH AS A
SMALL SHED, LAWN MOWER,
POWER WASHER, TOOL SETS,
LAWN TRACTOR CART, POWER
TOOLS, GAS BLOWERS, MITER
SAW, 40 GALLON GAS WATER
HEATERS, 42", 46" GRASS
BAGGERS, TOYS, FOOD
PROCESSORS, TOOL BOXES &
CHESTS, WEED EATERS, SMALL
KITCHEN APPLIANCES AND TOO
MANY OTHER ITEMS TO LIST. YOU
WILL NOT WANT TO MISS THIS
AUCTION, COMFY SEATS, AIR
CONDITIONED AND LOTS OF FUN.
10% BUYERS PREMIUM. MC, VISA,
DISCOVER, DEBIT CARDS, CHECKS
AND CASH ACCEPTED. AU691 RON
COX. AB2490.
08/17,08/19KS



Need Cash?
Got Junk?
Got Junk Cars, Truck?
I buy Scrap Metals!!
850-838-JUNK (5865)
State Certified Scales
tfnRC

Riding lawn mower for sale: Red Troybilt
Rider, 19 horsepower Kohler engine,
42' deck, mows in reverse, tune,
service/new battery (06/17/11), $650
obo. Call 584-9212 and leave message.
07/27 tfnSG

Blue sofa with dual recliners, like new
$150. 63 inch TV like new, see it
working $625. Call 584-5994
08/17,08/19

Filter Housing Kit complete. Kit
includes: 3/4" filter housing, mounting
bracket, mounting screws, filter wrench.
All for $19.95. Cartridge not included.
Only 24 of these at this price. Gulf
Coast Plumbing and Electrical Supply,
584-8200.


Kayak molds. 4
miscellaneous boat
details 850-223-3390
n0/17n /1i


sizes. Also
items, call for


Free to very good home. Registered 6-
year-old golden lab. Male neutered,
great with kids, other dogs, inside or
outside, very picky about his new
home. New home cannot have a pool or
be near any water. Call for details and
interview (850) 672-0359
07/29TFNTM



We buy junk cars and trucks for $125-
$225. 7 days a week. Call 386-658-
1030 or 904-887-8513.
Three to four bedroom mobile home in
good shape. Will to pay up to $20,000.
Call 850-223-1043.
08/12,08/17,08/19



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Call 584-5513


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A 4BD/3 BA Jacobsen triple-wide on 1
acre right off Snapper Road
with free carport & furniture Owner
must sell & has financing $7,800 down,
$791 per month. Call 352-493-9600
after 6 p.m., 352-303-8771 or 352-
262-4531.
07/27tfnTMH


20111720sq.ft. Jacobsen MH. 3 BD/2
bath tape and texture walls. Paved
street and nice trees. $495 per month.
Owner has financing. Call 352-303-
8771.
07/13tfnTMH
Three to four bedroom mobile home in
good shape. Will to pay up to $20,000.
Call 850-223-1043.
08/12,08/17,08/19

A 4 BD/2 bath in Perry (in the El
Dorado Subdivision). Small down
payment. Owner has financing. $483
per month. Call Jeff at 352-262-4531.
07/13tfnTMH

Mobile home/hunting camp with 3 full
svc. RV sites on 2 secluded acres. Call
838-6124.
08/10-09/02



Office space for lease. 224 N. Jefferson
Street. Will alter to suit. On-site parking.
Up to 4,000 sq. ft. SAH Properties. Call
850-656-6340.
11/17fnks
Taking applications for a 2 BR/1 bath
located in Everetts Mobile Home Park.
Water, sewer and garbage included in
rent. $400 a month and a $300 deposit.
Must have references. Apply in person
to Ms. Betty. 584-7094.
06/03tfnEMH
Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from monthly $585
(required $45 deposit), $165 weekly or
$40 daily (tax included). 317 N. Byron
Butler Pkwy. 850-672-0973.
LS

Woodridge Apartments
accepting applications for 1, 2, and 3
BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments. HUD vouchers
considered. Call 850-584-5668.709 W.
Church St., Perry, FL 32348 TDD 711.
'This institution is an equal opportunity
provider, and employer."
05/19WA

Westgate Rooms available for rent.
refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable,
AC/Heater. Everything included. $165
weekly, $40 daily, $585 per month. RV
sites $20 daily, $100 weekly, $350
monthly. Tax included. 1627 S. Byron
Butler Pkwy. 850-299-6554.
LS
1 bedroom 1 bath apartment for rent. In
quiet neighborhood. Carport, utilities
included (gas and electric). Call
(850)371-0058.
07/27-08/1
Glenridge
This beautifully remodeled spacious
one level Spanish style 3 BD/3 bath
house has a unique, open floor plan
with lots of glass, a formal living/dining
room, den with fireplace, TV room,
screened patio and 2 car garage.
$1,200 per month. Call 850-545-6642
08/10-08/31
3 bedroom, 2 bath doublewide on 3
acres. Very clean, lawn care and water
included. Proof of income and
references required. $650 per month
and $650 deposit required. Call 386-
776-2405.
08/17-08/26

For Rent: 2 bedroom 1, bath SWMH on
Roberts Aman Rd. $400 per month.
First and last month rent required. No
pets. Call 850-843-2315 or 850-843-
1857.


2 Bedroom, 2 bath brick home with
large fenced yard in Shady Grove.
Screened front porch, Florida room,
carport and utility house. No smokers.
No indoor pets. Call 850-838-5338 and
leave message.
08/10-09/02


A 4 BD 2 BA CLOSE TO TOWN IN
PERRY IN THE EL DORADO SUBDV
SMALL DOWNPAYMENT OWNER
HAS FINANCING $483 PER MONTH
CALL JEFF 352-262-4531
TMH

1 BD/1 bath apartment for rent. 900 sq.
ft. Adults only. $650 per month plus
deposit. Includes utilities. Near Keaton
Beach. Call 850-843-1882.
08/05-08/31

3 bedroom, 2 bath house. $500 per
month. In town, good location. Call 850-
838-6551.
08/17-08/26

Singiewide 3 bedroom 1 bath central
air. No pets and no children. $450 per
month and $400 deposit/cleaning fee.
Call 850-584-4486 or 850-838-5646
08/17,08/19,08/24,08/26

3 bedroom, 2 bath doublewide on 3
acres. Very clean, lawn care and water
included. Proof of income and
references required. $650 per month
and $650 deposit required. Call 386-
776-2405.
08/17-08/26

Apartments for rent. 2 bedroom, 1
bath, $550 deposit, $550 per month. 1
bedroom, 1 bath, $425 deposit, $425
per month. House for rent, 3 bedroom,
1 bath. $600 deposit, $600 a month.
No pets. Call 223-3369.
08/17-08/31

For Rent. 3 bedroom, 1 bath house.
$500 month, plus security and last
months rent required. No kids, no pets.
Call 850-295-2077.
08/17,08/19WR

3 bedroom, 2 bath, in Shady Grove.
$650 per month. Call 850-838-9514.
WR
REPOS REPOS REPOS, 7 ON LOT
NOW STARTED AT 28,900 DEL & SET
UP. Call 352-493-9600
TMH

3 bedroom, 1 bath in Iddo. $550 per
month. Call 850-838-9514.
WR



4 RV sites in North Taylor County. Call
850-838-6124
08/10-09/02
2 choice 15-acre parcels at Huxford
Hightower on Keaton Beach Road. 5
minutes to gulf. 1 lot 325 feet on Beach
Road. The other has over 300 feet on
Dennis Howell Road. $4,000 to $4,500
per acre. Call Dixie Properties, 850-
656-6340.
KS
WATER FRONT LOTS FOR SALE ON
CEDAR ISLAND ON THE CANAL
AND BAYFRONT. Starting at $49,900
with new seawall, water and sewage.
Owner financing is available with 15%
down (limited number at this price). Call
Don Everett Sr. at 850-584-6666.
04/29tfnWO
Unique well-built home on one acre at
504 Judson Drive, Quail Point. 1890 sq
ft home plus 735 sq ft garage and
porches. 9 ft and cathedral ceilings with
beams, granite, marble, cypress
hardwood, white pine interior, metal
roof, gas FP, open concept, well,
fenced, much more. Serious inquiries
phone 295-1823 to schedule viewing.


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1997 BMW 23 Convertible. Atlantic
Blue color, leather interior, 6 cd player,
am/fm radio, ac, cassette player, 5 spd,
49, 000 original miles $7500. Please
call 838-7256
08/10,08/12
1999 Pontiac Grand Prix. White, very
clean, full power, 98k miles, one owner
25 mpg, 4 door, sun roof, $4,500. Call
850-843-0092
08/17,08/19

1990 Mercedes 79,000 original miles,
ac works good, leather interior $3000.
Call 838-7256
08/10,08/12

2005 Ford 500 SE. One owner. Garage
kept. Immaculate. All maintenance
records. $7,900. Call 672-0359.
08/03-08/26Tmb



Mature individual for landscape and
handyman part-time, must be able
bodied and capable of landscape and
general maintenance work, must have
own transportation and valid drivers
license. References required. This
position is part-time to full-time and a
long term arrangement for the right
person. Call the Timbers of Perry 850-
584-7990, if no answer, leave name,
number and clear message. Please
limit calls to between 9AM and 5PM
Monday-Friday.
08/17-08/19TMB
Hampton Inn is now hiring
housekeepers. Must be able to lift 25
Ibs and must work weekends. Apply in
person Wedneday-Friday 10 a.m.-
1p.m.

EMS Instructor wanted at North Florida
Community College. See
www.nfcc.edu for details.
08/17-08/26


TALL TIMBER TREE SERVICE
*Stump Grinding
*Tree Trimming
*Tree Removal
*Debris Removal
*Bucket truck use
*Bush Hogging
*Pressure Washing
*Free Estimates* and
*Great Rates*
Call today!
850-838-5923 or 850-584-8191
Mark A. Moneyhan
Licensed and Insured
Certified Quality Specialist

JM Handyman Home Repairs, LLC
Pressure washing, painting, concrete,
wood decks, Ceramic tile, laminate
wood available, Mobile Home Repairs,
RV Leak Repairs. 838-6077 or 584-
2270.
JM

A to Z Farm and Lawn Service
Land clearing, tree trimming/ removal,
dump truck service, harrowing, bush
hog mowing, rake work, dirt leveling
and complete lawn service. Call 584-
6737
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OLD TAYLOR COUNTY ITEMS
PICTURES
OLD SCHOOL SPORTS JERSEYS/TROPHIES
YEARBOOKS
OLD JERKINS SCHOOL ITEMS/TROPHIES
TAYLOR COU NTY RELICS
OLD METAL TOYS


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jOLD COINS
OLD PAPER MONEY
SILVER HALF DOLLARS
I SILVER DOLLARS/ QUARTERS/ DIMES (PRE 1980)
. OLD SPORTS CARDS
OLD METAL SIGNS
VINTAGE COCA COLA ITEMS
COMIC BOOKS
BOTTLES
OLD McCOY POTTERY
OLD ROSEVILLE POTTERY
USED HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
USED BEDDING -.-
OLD COSTUME JEWELRY


DEADLINES:
The deadlines for classified
ads are Monday by 5 p.m
for the Taco Times and
Wednesday by 5 p.m. for
the Perry News-Herald.


For Sale or Lease to Own: New house in
Ocean Pond Subdivision only a few
miles from Keaton Beach, Fl. 1568 sq.
ft. of living area, three bedroom, two
bath new house with all new
appliances, carpet and hardwood
flooring. Open kitchen living room area,
sitting on 2 acres of land ready to move
in. Reduced to $134,900 MAKE
OFFER. Call 850-672-0536.
08/17-09/09

3 bedroom, 2 bath on Puckett Road.
Call 850-402-5459 or 850-284-3307.
08/10-08/31

40 acres of land for sale with 500 ft. of
frontage on Dennis Howell Road. Call
850-656-6340.
KS

Land for sale, 221 North between
Shiloh Church Rd. and Cairo Parker
Rd. 1 acre lots with paved roads. Owner
financing available. Please call (386)
658-1346 or (850) 584-7466.
EF

3 bedroom, 2 bath mobile home on
15.62 acres for sale. $83,500. Small 3
bedroom, 1 bath on 1 acre. $52,000.
Call 223-3369.
08/17-08/31

A NEW PROGRAM FOR SINGLE
MOMS & DADS OR YOUNG
COUPLES. IF YOU HAVE A ZERO OR
575 CREDIT SCORE YOU CAN OWN
A 3 OR 4 BD MOBILE HOME W/ SOME
MONEY DOWN ON YOUR LAND.
CALL TODAY 352-493-9600
TMH

A 16X80 IN LEE ON 7 ACRES
OWNER MUST SELL PLEASE CALL
OWNER WILL FINANCE WITH GOOD
DOWN PAYMENT Call 352-262-4531
TMH


TIDEWATER APARTMENTS L
--Under New Management --
2 3 BR apartments available.
Special Move-In Package with -0- Rent for qualified applicants
Water/Gas furnished. On-site Laundry.
Close to City/Water Parks, Boys & Girls Club,
and Shopping Plazas. Public Transportation available
Call 850-584-6842
TDD 711, EHO, Section 8 Affordable Multifamily Housing r


Service Technician Heavy Equipment

John Deere Dealership in Perry, FL
is seeking an experienced heavy equipment technician. Qualified
candidate should have 2+ years experience in related field and is
able to diagnose, repair, and perform complete component removal
and disassembly of construction and forestry equipment. Electric,
hydraulic and hydrostatic experience required. Must have a full range
of tools, be customer service oriented, and require little supervision.

We provide a safe, drug-free work environment with competitive pay,
excellent health and dental benefits, and a 401 (k) Retirement &
Profit Sharing Plan.

Send resume to hrmanager@flintholdings.com
or by fax at 229-420-4644
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HELP

Seeking professional, self confident
individual with excellent communication
and customer service skills, very
organized, detail oriented, has good
basic math skills, and skilled in Excel
and other computer programs.
Experience with automated payroll time
clock systems and basic bookkeeping
a plus. Contact Amy Carver, Lafayette
Health Care Center, 512 W. Main St.,
Mayo, FL, 386-294-3300.

P/T POSITION
AVAILABLE
Seeking part-time contractor
to attend foreclosure sales on
our firm's behalf. Prior expe-
rience with the courthouse
and/or court services (fore-
closure sales) preferred.
Please contact Heather at
hnewman@thesolutionsfirm.com
with resume to apply.
Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners
HEO 1 (Part-time Truck Driver) for
$9.31/hr. Applications and job
description can be obtainedfrom
www.taylorcountygov.com, Mobile
Career Lab at Perry K-Mart on
Tuesday, Wednesdays or Thursdays
9:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m.; or Workforce
Position open until filled. Taylor County
Board of County Commissioners is an
EEO, VP, DT, background check
employer.

BE A CNA
Train now for jobs in healthcare.
Professional environment/instructors.
No GED or High School Diploma
required if age 18. 40 hour prep class
plus training. QUEST TRAINING
SERVICES. 386-362-1065.
08/03-08/31


big deals!




Perry Barber Shop Taylor County's
Full Service Shop for the entire
family. Located in the Winn-Dixie
Shopping Center. Tuesday's Senior
Day $12 senior haircut. Kids cuts
under 12 years and crew cuts always
$12. Students mention this ad and get
your back -to-school cut for $10.
Handicap accessible. No appointment
necessary, just come in or call 850-
838-9393.
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NOTICE
The City of Perry is accepting sealed
bids on real property declared as
surplus by the City Council. The
surplus property being made
available for sale Is identified as
parcel number 24-04-07-03432-100
and LEG .21 ACRES FAULKNER ADD
THAT PT OF BLK 97 & THAT PT OF
MARGURITE ST LYING SW OF
RAILROAD. If you are Interested In
submitting a bid, your bid should be
marked Sealed Bid and sent to the
City of Perry Public Works Dept., 224 S.
Jefferson Street, Perry FL 32347 no
later than 5 p.m. Thursday, August 25,
2011. Bids will be opened the
morning of August 26, 2011. Buyer Is
responsible for paying all costs related
to transfer of title of property In
addition to the amount of bid
submitted.
City Manager
Bob Brown
08/12, 08/17

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
CORDELE DAWSON CORPORATION
the holder of the following certificate
has filed said certificate for a tax
deed to be issued thereon. The
certificate number, year of issuance,
description of the property, and the
names In which the property was
assessed are as follows:
Certificate Number 1248
Year of Issuance 2008
Description of Property
Parcel Number R10181-450 Section
18, Township 9 South, Range 10 East
Commence, at the Point of
Intersection of the North right of way
line of River Avenue and the East right
of way line of State Road 51; thence
South 89' 48' 58" West 50.27 feet to the
Centerline of State Road 51; thence
North 07' 54' 39" West along
Centerline 777.25 feet; thence North
89* 48' 58" East 50.36 feet; thence
North 89' 48' 58" East 10.19 feet to the
East right of way line of State Roadc:51;
thence North 89' 48' 58" East 913.76
feet to West right of way line of a 50
foot road; thence North 22' 52' 25"
East along State Road 113,88 feet;
thence North 89* 49' 33" East 54.09
feet to East right of way line of a 50
foot road for a Point of Beginning;
thence North 89' 49' 33" East 292.83
feet to the West bank of the
Stelnhatchee River; said thence North
42" 59' 44" East along waterline 162.04
feet; thence North 35' 31' 26" East
along said waterline 150.01 feet;
thence North 25* 56' 10" East along
said waterline 195.75 feet; thence
South 89' 54' 09" West 329.62 feet to
the East right of way line of a 50 foot
road; thence South 14' 39' 39" West
along said right of way line 104.73
feet; thence South 46' 11' 15" West
along said right of way line 108.72
feet; thence South 46' 10' 13" West
asking said right of way line 93.08 feet;
thence South 22* 55' 11" West along
said right of way line 191.01 feet to the
Point of Beginning. Parcel contains
3.19 acres, more or less. OR 564 PG 85.
Name In which assessed Estates of
Steinhatchee, Inc.
Said property being in the County of
Taylor, State of Florida.














Unless such certificate shall be
redeemed according to low, the
property described shall be sold to
the highest bidder at the courthouse
door on the 29th day of August, 2011
at 11:00 a.m.
Dated this 21st day of July, 2011
Signature: Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida
07/27, 08/03, 08/10, 08/17

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
Cordele Dawson Corporation, the
holder of the following certificate has
flied said certificate for a tax deed to
be Issued thereon. The certificate
:number, year of Issuance, description
of the property, and the names in
which the property was assessed are
as follows:
Certificate Number 794
Year of Issuance 2007
Description of Property:
Parcel Number R08255-000
Commence at the Northwest Corner
of the Southwest 1/4 of NE 1/4 of
section 5, Township 5 South, Range 8
East, thence run East 230 feet for a
Point of Beginning, thence continue
East 190 feet, thence run South 210
feet, thence run West 190 feet,
thence run North 210 feet to the Point
of Beginning. Contains 1 acre, more
or less. Subject or 256 pg. 316 to the
following Florida Power Easements:
Official Record 203 PG 613, Official
Record 274 PG 595.
Property Is assessed with a 1996
Doublewlde Mobile Home
VIn # GAFLS05A24790CW21 &
'GAFLS05B24790CW21
Title #'s 71515154 and 71515155
Name In which assessed Charles R.
Deal
Said property being In the County of
Taylor, State of Florida.
Unless such certificate shall be
redeemed according to law, the
property described shall be sold to
the highest bidder at the courthouse
door on the 29th day of August, 2011
at 11:00 a.m.
Dated this 21st day of July, 2011
Signature: Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida
07/27, 08/03, 08/10, 08/17

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED
,NOTICE IS HERBY GIVEN, that
CORDELE DAWSON CORPORATION,
the holder of the following certificate
:has filed said certificate for a tax
deed to be Issued thereon. The
certificate number, year of Issuance,
description of the property, and the
names In' which the property was
assessed are as follows.
Certificate Number 1043 Year of
Issuance 2008
Description of property:
, Parcel Number R09038-030
Commence at the Northwest corner
of Section 6, Township 3 South, Range
9 East, thence run North 89D 20M 39S
East 6452.43 feet to the Centerline of
'West Boundary Road, thence along
the Centerllne North 61D 18M 43S
East 159.65 feet, thence North 57D
54M 42S East 258.72 feet to the


Centerline of Max Road, thence
South 13D 43M 40S East along the
Centerline 61.16 feet to the
Centerline of County Line Road,
thence along the Centerline run
South 87D 28M 08S East 1406.83 feet
thence South 87D 07M 20S East
1072.05 feet thence South 86D 55M
25S East 1308.84 feet to the
Centerllne of Gum Road, thence
along the Centerllne run South 02D
22M 51S East 104.73 feet, thence
South 21 D 25M 43S East 65.78 feet,
thence South 42D 02M 33S East 94.51
feet, thence South 45D 38M 39S East
68.39 feet, thence South 41D OOM 17S
East 67.91 feet, thence South 28D
59M 03S East 73.10 feet, thence South
18D 06M 15S East 62.72 feet, thence
South 11D 40M 13S East 53.49 feet,
thence South 10D 33M 02S East
600.82 feet, thence South 00D 49M
41S East 85.10 feet, thence south 01 D
57M 05S West 265.19 feet, thence
South 08D 32M DOS West 124.07 feet
thence South 19D 49M 36S West
111.12 feet thence South 23D 25M
25S West 171.82 feet thence South
03D 43M 48 South West 76.56 feet
thence South 14D 25M 08S East 82.93
feet for a Point of Beginning. Thence
run North 89D 09M 57S East 1290.35
feet, thence South ODD 01 M 45S West
696.33 feet to the Centerllne of Farr
Road, thence along the Centerline
South 79D 21 M 09S West 509.05 feet,
thence South 77D 29M 46S West
484.03 feet to the Centerline of Gum
Road, thence along Centerline North
14D 51 M 49S West 89.64 feet, thence
North 31D 08M 16S West 139.15 feet,
thence North 23D 28M 33S West
111.56 feet, thence North 04D 13M
40S West 46.62 feet, thence North OOD
46M 49S West 160.67 feet, thence
North 12D 13M 18S West 137.98 feet,
thence North 33D 42 M 37S West
220.89 feet, thence North 25 D 23M
10S West 47.15 feet to the Point of
Beginning. Conatains 20.47 acres.
Together with Easement OR 575 PG
523.
Name In which assessed Audleu Petit
Frere
Said property being In the County of
Taylor, State of Florida.
Unless such certificate shall be
redeemed according to law
property described shall be sold to
the highest bidder at the courthouse
door on the 29th day of August, 2011
at 11:00 a.m.
Dated this 21st day of July, 2011
Signature: Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida
07/27, 08/03, 08/10, 08/17

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
CORDELE DAWSON CORPORATION
the holder of the following certificate
has filed said certificate for a tax
deed to be Issued thereon. The
certificate number, year of Issuance,
description of the property, and the
names In which the property was
assessed are as follows:
Certificate Number 1249
Year of Issuance 2008
Description of Property: Parcel
Number RI10181-700 Section 18,
Township 9 South, Range 10 East,
Commence at the Point of


Intersection of the North right of way
line of River Avenue and the East right
of way line of State Road 51; thence
run South 89D 48M 58S west 50.27 feet
to the Centerline of State Road 51;
thence North 07D 54M 39S west
along said Centerline 777.25 feet;
thence North 89D 48M 58S East 50.36
feet; thence continue North 89D 48M
58S East 10.19 feet to the East Right of
Way line of State Road 51 for a Point
of Beginning; thence continue North
89D 48M 58S East 913.76 feet to the
West Right of Way line of a 50 foot
Road; thence North 22D 52M 25S East
along said Right of Way line 336.28
feet; thence North 46D 03M 34S East
along said Right of Way line 198.28
feet; thence North 14D 48M 22S East
along said Right of Way line 96.94
feet; thence North 29D 53M 32S East
along said Right of Way line 307.84
feet; thence North 18D 46M 44S East
203.46. feet; thence South 89D 48M
12S West 1579.79 feet to the East
Right of Way line of State Road 51;
thence South 07D 55M 05S East along
said Right of Way line 234.30 feet;
thence South 13D 37M 43S East along
said Right of Way line 100.50 feet;
thence South 07D 55M 05S East along
said Right of Way line 59.28 feet;
thence South 07D 54M.39S East along
said Right of Way line 615.58 feet to
the Point of Beginning. Said Parcel
contains 28.75 acres, more or less. OR
564 PG 85. Name In which assessed
Estates of Steinhatchee, Inc.
Said property being In the County of
Taylor, State of Florida. Unless such
certificate shall be redeemed
according to law, the property
described shall be sold to the highest
bidder at the courthouse door on the
29th day of August, 2011 at 11:00
'clock a.m.
Dated this 21st day of July, 2011.
Signature: Annie Mae Murphy
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida
07/27,08/03,08/10,08/17

Suwannee River Water Management
District
Public Notice of Permit Issuance
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to Chapter 373, Florida Statutes (FS),
the following permit modification
was issued on July 8, 2011. The
Reserve at Sweetwater Estuary Permit
Modification, Secret Promise, Ltd., 1
Beach Dr. SE, Suite 302E, St.
Petersburg, FL 33701, has been
approved for a modified
Environmental Resource Permit
Number 05-0618M, for a total project
area of 1,290.7 ac with a total area of
work In, on, or over wetlands or other
surface waters of approximately
25.44 ac (direct) and additional 14.08
ac (secondary). The purpose of the
modification Is to implement design
changes to reduce wetlands impacts
The project Is located in Township 7 S,
Range 7 E, Sections 22, 23, 26, and 27,
in Taylor County.
A person whose substantial Interests
are or may be determined by the
permit modification has the right to
request an administrative hearing by
filing a written petition with the
Suwannee River Management
District (District) or may choose to
pursue mediation as an alternative


remedy under Sections 120.569 and
120.573, FS, before the deadline for
filing a petition. Choosing mediation
will not adversely affect the right to a
hearing if mediation does not result in
a settlement. The procedures for
pursuing mediation are set forth in
Sections 120.569 and 120.57, FS.
Pursuant to Rule 28-106.111, Florida
Administrative Code (AgFACAh), the
petition must be filed at the office of
the District Clerk at District
Headquarters, 9225 C.R. 49, Live Oak,
Florida 32060 within 21 days of this
newspaper publication of the notice
of District decision (for those persons
to whom the District does not mall
actual notice). A petition must
comply with Chapter 28-106, FAC. If
the Governing Board takes action
which substantially differs from the
notice of District decision to grant or
deny the permit application, a
person whose substantial Interests are
or may be determined has the right
to request an administrative hearing
or may choose to pursue mediation
as an alternative remedy as
described above. Pursuant to Rule
28-106.111, FAC, the petition must be
filed at the office of the District Clerk
at District Headquarters, 9225 C.R. 49,
Live Oak, Florida 32060 within twenty-
one (21) days of receipt of written
notice of the decision or within


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twenty-one (21) days of newspaper
publication of the notice of District
decision (for those persons to whom
the District does not mail actual
notice). Such a petition must comply
with Chapter 28-106, FAC. A
substantially Interested person has
the right to a formal administrative
hearing pursuant to Section 120.569
and 120.57(1), FS, where there Is a
dispute between the District and the
party regarding an Issue of material
fact. A petition for formal hearing
must comply with the requirements
set forth in Rule 28-106.201, FAC. A
substantially interested person has
the right to an Informal hearing
pursuant to Section 120.569 and
120.57(2), S, where no material facts
are In dispute. A petition for an
Informal hearing must comply with
the requirements set forth In Rule 28-
106.301, FAC. A petition for an
administrative hearirtg Is deemed
filed upon receipt of the petition by
the Office of the District Clerk at the
District Headquarters In Live Oak,
Florida. Failure to file a petition for an
administrative hearing within the
requisite time frame shall constitute a
waiver of the right to an
administrative hearing pursuant to
Rule 28-106,111, FAC, The right to an
administrative hearing and the
relevant procedures to be followed is


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governed by Chapter 120, FS, and
Chapter 28-106, FAC. Pursuant to
Section 120.68, FS, a person who is
adversely affected by final District
action may seek review of the action
In the District Court of Appeal by filing
a notice of appeal pursuant to the
Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure,
within 30 cays of'the rendering of the
final District action. A party to the
proceeding before the District who
claims that a District order Is
Inconsistent with the provisions and
purposes of Chapter 373, FS, may
seek review of the order pursuant to
Section 373.114, FS, by the Florida
Land and Water Adjudicatory
Commission, by filing a request for
review with the Commission and
serving a copy on the Department of
Environmental Protection and any
person named in the order within 20
days of adoption of a rule or the
rendering of the District order. For
appeals to the District Courts of
Appeal, a District action Is
considered rendered after it Is signed
on behalf of the District, and Is filed
by the District Clerk. Failure to
observe the relevant time frames for
filing a petition for judicial review, or
for Commission review, will result in
waiver of the right to review.
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR DRINKING WATER
Perry WTP Has Levels of Haloacetic Acids [Five] Above Drinking Water Standards

What Happened?
Our water system rccL'nfil violated a drinking water standard.Although this is not an emergency, as our cus-
tomers, you have a right to know what happened, what you should do, and what we are doing to correct this
situation.
We routinely monitor for the presence of drinking water contaminants. Testing results we received from sam-
ples taken -1 2121 i I show that our system exceeds the standards, or maximum contaminant levels (MCL),
for Disinfection By-Products (DBPs), which includes Total Trihalomethanes (TTHMs) and Haloacetic Acids
IFivel (HAA5s). The standard for TTHMs is 80 micrograms per liter (ug/L) and the average level of TTHMs
over the last year was 78.1 ug/L. The standard for HAA5s is 60 ug/L, the average level of HAA5s over the
last year was 63.6 ug/L.

What should I do?
Some people who drink water containing TTHMs in excess of the MCL over many years may experience prob-
lems with their liver, kidneys or central nervous system, and may have an increased risk of getting cancer.
Some people who drink water containing HAA5s in excess of the MCL over many years may have an in-
creased risk of getting cancer.
Any customers who are concerned about their exposure to DBPs may choose alternative sources of water for
ingestion.

What does this mean?
This is not an immediate risk. If it had been, you would have been notified immediately.

What is being done?
This is what we are doing to lower our DBP levels: We are flushing the water system.
We anticipate resolving the problem within this time frame: As soon as possible.
For more information, please contact Chester McAfee at (850) 584-7940, ext. 3.
Please share this information with all the other people who drink this water, especially those who may not have
received this notice directly (for example, people in apartments, nursing homes, schools and businesses). You
can do this by posting this notice in a public place or distributing copies by hand or mail.
This notice is being sent to you by Perry WTP
State Public Water System ID#: 2620208
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Pastors taking part in the Back-to-School
Tony Graham, Vickie Mays, Maurice Perkins
winners.


Back-to-School


Rally included (left to right) Izell Montgomery, Kenneth Dennis, Superintendent of Schools Paul Dyal addresses the
and Dr. Robert Butler Jr. They are shown with six door prize rally; also on stage were Sgt. Jay Ricketson and County
Commissioner Pat Patterson.


Ministers, pastors rally for 'Back-to-School'


The Perry Alliance of
Ministers and Pastors (P.A.M.P.)
recently held its second annual
Back-to-School Giveaway at
Jerkins Community Center.
During the event, Mayor
Emily Ketring announced
that the event would
be renamed the h P.A.M.P.


Back-to-School Rally.
"Once again we would like to
thank all the vendors from local
and surrounding counties for
participating in this event. This
included Virtual Schools from
the Suwannee County coalition,
the Whole Child Counsel, the
Department of Health and many


others. We want the community
to know that we are here for
them--not just our alliance
of ministers and pastors, but
all local churches," P.A.M.P.
President Dr. Robert M.
Butler Jr. said.
"Mayor Ketring opened
the event with a welcome


speech and Superintendent
of Schools Paul Dyal gave a
good summation of the coming
changes in the school district.
Stewart Memorial AME Pastor
Willie Merrick was emcee.
Additional speakers included
County Commissioner Pat
Patterson and Taylor County
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Sheriff's Office Sgt. Jay
Ricketson, representing Sheriff
L.E. 'Bummy' Williams,"
Butler said.
Firehouse clowns from the
City of Perry Fire Department
(J.C. Jimenez and Charles T.
Watson) also made a special
guest appearance.


Local pastors taking part
in the event included: Vickie
Mays, Tony Graham, Izell
Montgomery, Maurice Perkins
and Kenneth Dennis.
Students attending the
rally were given school
supplies. Door prizes were also
awarded.


Buckeye, Frucon drive

replenishes blood supply

with 491:units collected
It was a busy day in the Southeastern Community Blood Center
Bloodmobile when it visited Buckeye recently.
A total of 49 units of blood were collected from Buckeye and
Frucon volunteers during the eight-hour drive.
The blood center pro\ ides blood to Doctors' Memorial and other
North Florida hospitals.
Information about donating blood throughout the year can be
obtained by calling O0) 877-7181.

Free hunter:safety course offered
The Florida Fdh and Wildlife Conservation Commission is
offen ng a tfrAeunter safety course in Taylor County.
The course will'take place Sept. 10 and 11 from 8 a.m. to
5 p.m. Students must attend all class d,4es tp epeiyve their
certificate. The exact location for this class will be given to
those who register in advance by calling the regional office at
(386) 758-0525..,A~ k.earms, ammunition and materials are
provided free of charge'.


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A-2 Back to School 2011 August 17, 2011


'A year's worth of learning,


a year's worth of teaching'


A message from the Superintendent of Schools


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Dear Friends,
As with any school system the
partnership between community
and schools is a key component in
the success of a public school system.
In Taylor County, we have schools
we all should be proud of. In each
of our schools we have dedicated
school administrators, great teachers,
and committed staffs. As we begin
our new year I want
to encourage that the r
strong commitment that
we have had from our
parents, citizens, and -
community continue and
be the best it has ever
been.
Our students, teachers,
and principals will all
be facing many changes
this year brought on by
our state lawmakers.
We will be meeting the Superintend
requirements on the new dress code
policy with our school uniform
standard of dress. We are excited and
think this will be a school spirit builder
as well as putting the emphasis on
what students learn and not how
stylish they can be. We are also
implementing a new administrator
and teacher evaluation system that
puts a greater emphasis on student
learning. We are working through
this as part of FLDOE requirements
as well as Race to The Top grant
requirements.
New programs for 2011-12 will be
the start-up of an LPN program at
Taylor Technical Institute and a Bio
Medical STEM Academy at Taylor


The Taylor County School
Board has adopted a uniform
standard of dress for students
in grades K-12, effective this
school year"'
Under the new standards,
students will be held to a
uniform dress code of solid
colored blue, black or khaki
pants and solid colored orange,
blue or white t-shirts, Polos
or Oxford shirts. (The school
colors for Steinhatchee School
-B S .


County High School. We are pleased
to be offering these career-technical
programs for our students.
As we continue to look at how we
can provide the best educational
experience for our students, we must
keep the good things going strong,
take a fresh look at those who need
our help to improve, and have the
courage to envision different ways
of doing this. We have
come a long way in
managing our school
district and living within
our financial means. If
we are to increase the
educational program
opportunities for our
students, provide services
that are unfunded, and
continue programs that
are wanted, but, have had
t Paul Dmal had their funding cut, we
nt Paul Dyal must ask our community
and voters what they wish for our
schools. I have been honored to be the
Superintendent through these "tough
times" we have all been facing.
I pray that 2011-12 brings the best
school year Taylor County has ever
experienced. We want each of our
students to enjoy their school year
and gain a year's worth of learning
for a year's worth of teaching. Our
goal is and has always been to have
our students be successful and know
they are cared about by our schools
and school district. To all of our
stakeholders, "Good Luck in 11-12
and as always, Go Bulldogs."
Sincerely,
Paul Dyal,.Superintendent


will apply for those students.)
Jeans will be allowed as
long as they are an approved
solid color without color
trims, embroidery or other
decorations.
Girls may wear long or short-
sleeved solid colored Oxford
shirts, collared blouses, Polos or
t-shirts in the approved colors.
Boys may wear long or short-
sleeved solid colored Oxford
shirts, dress shirts, Polos or


t-shirts in the approved colors.
Solid colored skirts (must be
knee-length), pants, walking
shorts or skorts maybe worn by
girls; boys may wear plain solid
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appropriate. No athletic cleats,
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and Taylor County Elementary School, but also those eliminated two years ago for
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Regardless of 2-mile limit


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stops for all students K-12


It appears likely the Taylor
County School District will
backtrack on plans to eliminate
bus transportation for students
who live within two miles of
their schools.
According to Superintendent
Paul Dyal, the school board was
set to consider Tuesday evening
a new proposal "significantly
different" from the one which
had been presented earlier this
,a summer.
Although Dyal would not
elaborate on the plan's details
when asked Monday because
the board had not yet been
presented with the new proposal,
the bus schedule provided to
the Taco Times for this special
edition by the district includes
stops for all students K-12,
regardless of the two-mile
limit.
Transportation Coordinator
Carson Walker confirmed
Monday that the schedule
(published on pages B-2 and
B-3) adds back not only the
stops within two miles which


would have been eliminated Trahsportation has been a
this year for students at Perry hot-button issue this summer
Primary School and Taylor as the district struggled to
County Elementary School, make up a significant drop
but also those eliminated in state funding due to the
two years ago for students at end of the federal stimulus
Taylor County Middle School program.
and Taylor County High According to officials,
School. the Florida Department of
The exact details of the new Education only pays the district
proposal and the school board's for transporting students outside
decision Tuesday night will be the two-mile line (which is
published in Friday's Perry based on vie, t a
News-Herald. straight i: ,-
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school board appeared ready school districts to provide
to accept that transportation transportation for students
cuts were necessary to make up "when, and only when,
funding shortfalls. transportation is necessary to...
During a workshop held transport students whose homes
Tuesday, Aug. 9, they agreed are more than a reasonable
to contract with after-school distance, as defined by rules of
programs to offer transportation the State Board of Education,
for a fee. Under the original from the nearest appropriate
proposal, those facilities school."
would have also lost free bus The State Board of Education
transportation. defines a reasonable distance as
The board had been set to "not more than than two miles
discuss the contract language at between the school and the
this week's board meeting. home."


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A-3 Back to School 2011 August 17,2011



Taylor County Schools improve their grades


Taylor County schools
showed improvement last year,
with most improving their grade
over the previous year.
Taylor County Middle
School (TCMS) earned an "A"
grade while Taylor County
Elementary School (TCES)
maintained its "C" score and
Steinhatchee School improved
from a "D" to a "C."
Perry Primary School is
included with TCES. Taylor
County High School, due to
changes in the grading criteria
for high schools across the state,
will not receive its score until
December.


"We are certainly very proud
of Taylor County Middle School
regaining the status as an 'A'
school for the 10-11 school
year," Superintendent Paul Dyal
said.
"We all send out
congratulations to the
administrators, teachers, and
support personnel at TCMS."
The school improved its
overall score from 513 to 537,
with a score of 525 or above
earning an "A."
"We were very excited to see
Steinhatchee improve a letter
grade to a 'C' for this year,"
Dyal said. "I certainly expect


that this is only the first step in
Steinhatchee re-gaining its high
performing status."
Steinhatchee's score
improved from 433 to 440,
crossing the threshold of 435 to
earn a "C."
"Even though Taylor County
Elementary remained a 'C,' they
did show very good gains in the
percentages of students meeting
high standards in reading, math,
and science," Dyal said.
TCES maintained its score,
dropping only two points from
477 to 475.
"Taylor County High School's
points generated by the FCAT


portion of their school grade are
not as high as last year, but we
anticipate the other areas that
are used to determine the high
school's grades to be up and
will offset this," Dyal said.
"Remember, in high schools,
not only FCAT scoring
percentages are used but,
graduation rate, graduation rate
of at-risk students, acceleration
participation, acceleration
performing, reading readiness,
and math readiness as well.
We are very optimistic that
TCHS will re-gain its 'high
performing' status for the
second straight year."


Graduation standards growing


tougher for incoming freshmen


Incoming freshman at Taylor
County High School, along
with students across the state,
will once again face harder
graduation standards this year,
part of a seven-year program.
The changes were
implemented by the Florida
Legislature in 2010 and will
eventually phase out FCAT
testing at the high school level
for certain subjects, replacing
it with end-of-course (EOC)
exams.
Additionally, each year
students will be required to
take more advanced courses


--including Algebra I, Algebra
II, biology and chemistry or
physics--and in some cases pass
the EOC exams, to graduate.
The first students to be
affected were last year's ninth
grade class (the 2014 graduating
class).
All students enrolled in
Algebra I were required to take
an EOC exam, which was 30
percent of their final grade in
the course. (Moreover, students
who took Algebra I as eighth
graders--as offered at Taylor
County Middle School--and
had not yet taken the tenth grade


FCAT math test, were required
to take the EOC exam this
school year.)
Students were also required
to have a geometry credit to
graduate.
For this year's ninth grade
class (the 2015 graduating
class), students must now also
earn a passing score on the
Algebra I EOC exam to earn
credit for the class.
Students will have to take an
EOC exam in geometry which
will be worth 30 percent of the
final grade for the class.
A biology credit will also be


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2010-11
* Changes began with
ninth graders, the
2014 graduating
class.
* Geometry credit
required for
graduation.
* Algebra I end-of-
course (EOC) exam
to count as 30
percent of final grade
for class.


2011-12
* Changes will begin
with ninth graders,
the 2015 graduating
class.
* Geometry EOC
exam to count as 30
percent of final grade
for class.
* Algebra I EOC exam
must be passed for
.course credit.
* Biology credit
required for
graduation; EOC
exam to count as 30
percent of final grade
for class.


2012-13
* Changes will begin
with ninth graders,
the 2016 graduating
class.
* Geometry EOC exam
must be passed for
course credit.
* Algebra II credit
required for
graduation.


2013-14
* Changes will begin
with ninth graders,
the 2017 graduating
class.
* Chemistry or physics
credit required for
graduation.


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Beginning with this year's ninth grade class (the 2015 graduating class), students
must earn a passing score on the Algebra I EOC exam to earn credit for the class.
Students will have to take an EOC exam in geometry which will be worth 30 percent
of the final grade for the class. A biology credit will also be required for graduation
(which will feature an EOC exam worth 30 percent of the final grade).


required for graduation (which
will feature an EOC exam worth
30 percent of the final grade).
Beginning with the ninth
grade class in 2012-13 (the 2016
graduating class), the geometry
and biology EOC exams must
be passed to get credit for the
courses. Additionally, students
will have to take Algebra II to
graduate.
The freshmen class in 2013-
2014 (the 2017 graduating
class) will be required to have a
credit in chemistry or physics to
graduate.
As for the FCAT, the
ninth grade math test was
discontinued last year, while
the 10th grade math test and the
high school level science testing
will be eliminated this year.
The legislation also ordered
the commissioner of education,
contingent on funding, to
establish an implementation
schedule for development of
additional EOC exams for such
classes as Algebra II, English/
Language Arts II, physics, U.S.
history and world history.


Taylor County High School's grade will not be available
until later this year.

Schedules, reserved parking

passes available this week


Taylor County High School
students may pick up their class
schedules for the upcoming
school year on the following
dates:
10th, 11th and 12th graders,
Thursday, Aug. 18, 1-3 p.m., in
the gymnatorium.
9th grade orientation and
schedule pick-up, Friday,
Aug. 19, 1-3 p.m., in the
gymnatorium. ,
Also, any student who drives
to school must purchase a
parking decal for $5. Proof of


insurance, vehicle registration
and a valid driver's license
must be presented at the time ol
purchase. Reserved spots may
be purchased for an additional
$10. (Proof of decal purchase
is necessary to buy a reserved
parking space.)
Seniors may purchase
reserved parking spots today
(Wednesday) from 1-3 p.m. in
the front lobby of the high school
All other drivers may purchase
parking decals Thursday, Aug.
18, from 1-3 p.m.


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Breakfast leads to more energy for children


Breakfast has long been
referred to as the most important
meal of the day. It is beneficial
for students heading off to
school to enjoy a meal before
they catch the bus.
Studies have found that
children who eat a healthy
breakfast have higher energy
levels and better learning
abilities than similar students
who do not eat breakfast.
Harvard University researchers
found that those who eat
breakfast are significantly more
attentive in the classroom and
have fewer behavioral and
emotional problems.
Many families find that time is
not in abundance in the morning
when they are getting ready
for school or work. As a result,
breakfast might be skipped in an
effort to get to work or school on
time. But families can skirt the
issue of time with a few on-the-
go foods the whole family can
enjoy.
Individually packaged
yogurts make a healthy and
quick meal for anyone in the


family. A good source of protein
and calcium, yogurt is also
filled with helpful bacteria that
promote digestive health.
Microwaveable convenience
foods come in various shapes
and sizes. Choose the healthiest
options among them, such as
whole-wheat or multigrain
waffles or pancakes. These
foods are easy to heat and eat
on-the-go.
Keep a container of fresh
fruit salad in the refrigerator. A
bowl of mixed fruit is refreshing
and healthy.
Whole grain granola bars
that feature fruit and nuts can
be a quick meal and a satisfying
snack.
Smoothies made from fruit
and yogurt are fast and can be
stored in portable cups to take in
the car on the way to school.
The cereal aisle at the
local grocery store is filled
with healthy breakfast options.
Cereal manufacturers maintain
that they are reducing the sugar
and boosting the fiber content of
popular brands. It doesn't take


long to enjoy a bowl of cereal,
even one topped with banana
slices or a few strawberries.
Whip up a fast egg sandwich.
Saute egg whites in a frying pan
and place between two slices of
toasted whole wheat bread.
Make a batch of low-fat,
high-fiber muffins over the
weekend. Grabbing a muffin and
a banana is an easy breakfast.
Instant oatmeal is available
in a number of flavors and
is a very healthy and filling
breakfast option.
Create parfaits with layers of
vanilla yogurt, fruit and granola.
Use a sandwich or panini
maker to create homemade
breakfast tarts. Fill bread or
pitas with fresh fruit or peanut
butter and use the cooker to seal
them shut.
For families who simply can't
get in the breakfast swing of
things, many schools participate
in breakfast programs. If
children are routinely missing
breakfast at home, find out
how to enroll them in breakfast
served at school.


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A-5 Back to School 2011 August 17, 2011


2011-12
Taylor County School District

Contact Directory


Scoo Ad~ Y~ministrators


Head Start
Director: Eric Scott
850-838-2558
eric.scott@taylor.kl2.fl.us

Taylor County Pre-K
Resource Teacher: Sandy MacDonald
850-838-2535
sandy. macdonald@taylor.kl2.fl.us

Perry Primary School
Principal: Pam Padgett
850-838-2535
pam.padgett@taylor.kl2.fl.us

Taylor County
Elementary School
Principal: Shelly Strickland
850-838-2530
shelly.strickland@taylor.kl2.fl.us


Steinhatchee School
Principal: Sandy Hendry
352-498-3304
sandy.hendry@taylor.kl2.fl.us

Taylor County
Middle School
Principal: Kiki Puhl
850-838-2516
kiki.puhl@taylor.kl2.fl.us

Taylor County
High School
Principal: Michael Thompson
850-838-2525
michael.thompson @taylor.kl2.fl.us

Taylor Technical
Institute
Vocational Coordinator: Jim Brannan
850-838-2545
jim.brannan@taylor.kl2.fl.us


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Danny Glover Jr.,
District I
(850) 223-2095
danny.glover@taylor.k12.fl.us

Brenda Carlton,
District 2
(850) 584-7454
brenda.carlton @taylor.k12.fl.us

Darrell Whiddon,
miStrfitl53X; -'awA was
(850) 584-3218
darrell.whiddon@taylor.kl2.fl.us


Danny Lundy,
District 4
(850) 584-4979
danny.lundy@taylor.kl2.fl.us

Kenneth Dennis,
District 5
(850) 584-5971
kenneth.dennis@taylor.k12.fl.us

Superintendent
.m Pau Dya
(850) 838-2500
paul.dyal@taylor.k12.fl.us


Board Attorney
Angela Ball
(850) 584-8960
aball@gtom.net


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Checking the statistics...
Principal Michael Thompson "rallied his troops" on Monday, reviewing successes in,
the previous year and challenges for the new one. Teachers gathered in the media:
room on the second floor of Taylor County High School while, below, the janitorial,
staff cleaned floors to a high shine for a good first impression.


New principals, directors

greet the 11-12 school year


Summer brought a few
changes to the Taylor County
School District's administrative
line-up.
Shelly Strickland was named
principal at Taylor County
Elementary School with Sharon
Hathcock taking on the title of
district director of instruction.
Ashley Valentine was also
named the new director of


finance.
Middle school teacher
Alicia Beshears was appointed
assistant principal at Taylor
County High School following
the retirement of Ann Morgan.
The remaining slate of
principals and administrators
remains the same: Eric
Scott, director, Head Start;
Sandy MacDonald, resource


teacher, Child Development
Center/Pre-K; Pam Padgett,
principal, Perry Primary
School; Kiki Puhl, principal,
Taylor County Middle School;
Michael Thompson, principal,
Taylor County High School;
Jim Brannan, vocational
coordinator, Taylor Technical5
Institute; and Sandy Hendry,,
principal, Steinhatchee School.


School, holiday calendar outlined
Here are a few 2011-12 before Christmas holidays. Friday, April 6: Good Friday
calendar highlights for parents Wednesday, Jan. 4: holiday.
and students: Students return from Christmas Monday, May 28: Memorial
Monday, Aug. 22: First day holidays. Day holiday.
of school MondayvJan. 16: Martin .Wednesday, June 6: Lastj
* Monday, Sept. 5: Labor Day Luther Kig gr. holiday. day of school for the 2011-12
holiday. Monday, Feb. 20: Presidents' school year.
Friday, Oct. 21: Last day of Day holiday. Early release dates for the
first nine weeks; report cards Friday, March 9: Last day year are: Sept. 21, Nov. 9, Dec.
coming soon. before spring break (March 12- 16, Feb. 8, April 5, May 2 and
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Students may become ineligible for sports,

dances, trips for violating new dress code


UNIFORM
Continued from page 2
The driving force behind
the uniform code of dress was
recently passed legislation,
Superintendent of Schools Paul
Dyal said.
"These are the same standards


we have been in discussions
about for the past several years.
The School Advisory Councils
(SAC) at each school support
this, as do the administrators.
It will also make sure we are
in compliance with Senate Bill
228," he said.
Dyal reminded parents and


students that "failure to follow
the dress code policy will require
that students be given verbal
warnings for the first offense;
for the second offense, students
will be ineligible to participate
in any extracurricular activity
--not just sports, but clubs,
dances, field trips, etc."


Price takes over Bulldogs


for 2011 football season


Taylor County High
Defensive Coordinator Steve
Price was named the new
head coach for the Bulldogs
following the resignation of
Shane Boggs this summer.
Taylor County High School
(TCHS) Principal Michael
Thompson said he sought out
Price after Boggs resigned to
take a job in his home county in
a ,-, -A-.


Tennessee. Bulldogs to two straight state
. "We had to go ahead and,, playoff appearances including
advertise the position and we ai 111 record this past season.
got five or six applicants but Prior to that he was head
we felt like Steve was the best coach at two different schools
choice to keep the momentum of in Georgia covering 13 years.
the program going," Thompson He became head coach at
said. Augusta (Ga.) Christian in 1994
Price has served the past after that school had managed
two seasons as defensive only one winning season since
coordinator, helping lead the 1977.
Price turned the Lions
program around recording four
seasons with eight wins or
better including an 11-3 season
that moved Augusta into the
state championship game.
In 2003 Price took over
the head coaching job at
Trinity Christian in Dublin,
Ga.' In his six years at Trinity,
Price's teams produced a 51-
24 record including two state
--championships.
His wife Jodie also coaches
at TCHS. The couple has three
children Alicia, JT and Trooper.


TCHS Head Football Coach Steve Price


Date


Opponent Site


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Aug. 26 Ocala-Trinity Catholic Home 7:30
(Kickoff Classic)
Sept. 2 Dixie County Away 7:30
Sept. 9 Wakulla County Away 7:30
Sept. 16 Fort White Home 7:30
Sept. 23 Madison County Home 7:30
Sept. 30 Open Week
Oct. 7 DeFunlak Springs-Walton Away 8:00
Oct. 14 Jefferson County Away 7:30
Oct. 21 East Gadsden* Home 7:30
Oct. 28 Suwanee County Away 7:30
Nov. 4 Marianna Home 7:30
Nov. 11 Florida High** Home 7:30


* Homecoming ** Senior Night


Safety rules

for buses
Walk to the bus stop, don't
run.
Always use caution when
crossing roadways.
Walk on the sidewalk
whenever possible. If no
sidewalk is present, walk in the
opposite direction of traffic to
be aware of on-coming traffic.
Stand at the bus stop in a
safe location.'Do not enter the
street.
Arrive at the bus stop early
so there is no need to rush and
be distracted.
Wait for the school bus to
come to a complete stop and
for other traffic to halt before
approaching the bus.
Promptly take a seat, and
* .remiai- seated throughout the
entire- ride. If there are safety
belts present, use them.
Do not distract the bus
driver with loud yelling, music,
etc.
Don't throw anything
around the bus.
Keep the aisle clear to avoid
tripping hazards.


Perry Primary School is offering its new 2011-12 shirts in blue and orange. Parents
may purchase the shirts, which meet the new standard of dress requirements, at the
school office for $10 each.
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1 15 First Day for Teachers
1 22 First Day for Students
September
t 5 Labor Day Holiday
SOctober
21 Last Day of First Nine Weeks (44)
24 In-service Day / Student Holiday

SNovember
1 21-25 Fall Break/Thanksgiving Holidays
December
16 Last Day before Christmas Holidays
January
3 In-service Day / Student Holiday
4 First Day back for Students
13 Last Day of Second Nine Weeks (42)'
16 Martin Luther King Day Holiday
February
20 Presidents' Day Holiday
SMarch
1 12 16 Spring Break
29 Last Day of Third Nine Weeks (47)
April
M 6 Good Friday Holiday
I May
I 28 Memorial Day Holiday
June
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When do I meet my teachers?


Getting organized
The whole Torres Family came to the aid of Taylor
County Elementary School Monday, assisting Angela
Watford with sorting books and supplies for the coming
year. Shown above are, in the background, Kim Torres;
Watford, standing; and Elena and Hailey Torres. Teachers
and staff at TCES were treated to a "wonderful lunch,"
compliments of parents and other school supporters.

Kindergarten registration

underway at Perry Primary
Parents and guardians of incoming kindergarteners are reminded
that registration at Perry Primary School continues this week.
The schedule is as follows: Aug. 17 and 19 (Wednesday and
Friday) from 8-11 a.m. and 12-2:30 p.m.; and Aug. 18 (Thursday)
from 9-11 a.m. and 12-2:30 p.m.
Please call the school at 838-2506 for more information about
registration.


Taylor County schools have
announced the following dates
and times for orientation and
open house programs:
HEAD START
Orientation:
(Perry) Wednesday,
Aug. 17, 1 p.m.
Orientation:
(Steinhatchee)
Friday, Aug. 19, 1-3 p.m.
Open House: (Perry)
Monday, Sept. 19, 6 p.m.
Open House:
(Steinhatchee)
Thursday, Sept. 8,
6-8 p.m.










The Taylor County School
District welcomes back students
with a variety of menus for
August and September. Here's
what for lunch:
Aug. 22-26
Monday: comdog, baked
tator tots, flavored applesauce
and milk.
Tuesday: potato burger loaf,
green beans, fruited Jell-O, rolls
and milk.
Wednesday: pizza, broccoli,
pear crisp and milk.
Thursday: chicken and
noodles, buttered carrots,
strawberry cup, rolls and milk.
Friday: Sloppy Joe
sandwich, baked tator tots, fresh
fruit and milk.
Aug. 29-Sept. 2
Monday: hotdogs, baked
beans, juice bar and milk.
Tuesday: steak nuggets,
mashed potatoes and gravy,
mixed fruit, biscuit and milk.
Wednesday: Hot Pockets,
corn, flavored applesauce and


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CDC/PRE-K
Orientation:
Thursday, Aug 18,
4-6 p.m.
Open House:
Thursday, Sept. 8,
6-7 p.m.

PERRY PRIMARY
SCHOOL
Orientation:
Friday, Aug. 19,
8:30-11:30 a.m.
Open House:
Thursday, Sept. 15,
5-6:30 p.m.


milk.
Thursday: spaghetti and
meat sauce, mixed vegetables,
peaches, French bread and milk.
Friday: sub sandwich, baked
tator tots, fresh fruit and milk.
Sept. 5-9
Monday: Labor Day holiday.
Tuesday: pizza, vegetable
medley, mixed fruit and milk.
Wednesday: comdog, corn,
strawberry cups and milk.
Thursday: chicken and rice,
buttered carrots, fruited Jell-O,
biscuit and milk.
Friday: hamburger with bun,
baked tator tots, lettuce and
tomatoes, juice bar and milk.
Sept. 12-16
Monday: chicken sandwich,
baked tator tots, flavored
applesauce and milk.


TAYLOR COUNTY
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Orientation:
Friday, Aug. 19,
12-2 p.m..
Open House:
Thursday, Sept. 22,
5:30-7:30 p.m.

TAYLOR COUNTY
MIDDLE SCHOOL
Orientation:
Friday, Aug. 19, 1-3 p.m.
Open House:
Tuesday, Sept. 13,
5-7 p.m.


Tuesday: potato burger loaf,
green beans, fruited Jell-O, rolls
and milk.
Wednesday: Hot Pockets,
broccoli, apple crisp and milk.
Thursday: chicken and
noodles, garden peas, mixed
fruit, biscuit and milk.
Friday: chili with saltines,
corn, fresh fruit and milk.
Sept. 19-23
Monday: hotdog, baked
beans, juice bar and milk.
Tuesday: Beef-a-Roni,
mixed vegetable, fresh fruit,
French bread and milk.
Wednesday: pizza, vegetable
medley, strawberry cups and
milk.
Thursday: chicken fajitas
with lettuce, tomato and cheese,
baked tator tots, fruit juice and


TAYLOR COUNTY
HIGH SCHOOL
Orientation:
Friday, Aug. 19, 1-3p.m.
Open House:
Monday, Sept. 12,
6-7 p.m.

STEINHATCHEE
SCHOOL
Orientation:
Friday, Aug. 19,
1-3p.m.
Open House:
Thursday, Sept. 8,
6-8 p.m.


S Welcome

back lunch?

Corndogs!


milk.
Friday:
lettuce and
tator tots,
milk.


sub sandwich,
tomatoes, baked
fresh fruit and


Sept. 26-30
Monday: Sloppy Jo
sandwich, baked tator tots,
peaches and milk.
Tuesday: steak nuggets,
mashed potatoes and gravy,
flavored applesauce, biscuit and
milk.
Wednesday: corndogs, corn,
cherry cobbler and milk.
Thursday: fish, macaroni
and cheese, garden peas, mixed
fruit, corndbread and milk.
Friday: vegetable beef
soup, peanut butter and jelly
sandwich, fresh fruit, saltines
and milk.


Annual Student Progression Report
2010 2011 School Year
Section 1008.25(8)(b) of the Florida Statutes requires each school board to annually publish in the newspaper
the following information:
The District's policies and procedures on student promotion and retention. The Student Progression
plan is available at www.tavlor.k12.fl.us and copies are available to parents at each school site;
By grade, the number and percentage of all students in grades 3 through 10 performing at levels I and 2
on the reading portion of the FCAT;
By grade, the number and percentage of all students retained in grades 3 through 10;
Information on the total number of third grade students promoted for good cause, by category of good
cause as specified by law;
Any revisions to the District's policy on student promotion and retention from the previous year will be
available online at www.tavlor.ki2.fl.us


Students Scoring as Level 1 and Level 2 on the Reading Portion of the
Florida Comorehensive Assessment TestfFCAT)


3 238 36 15.13% 31 13.03% 67 28.15%
4 233 37 15.88% 37 15.88% 74 31.76%
5 214 49 22.9% 39 18.22% 88 41.12%
6 224 52 23.21% 36 16.07% 88 39.29%
7 208 27 12.98% 31 14.9% 58 27.88%
8 223 42 18.83% 60 26.91% 102 45.74%
9 207 37 17.87% 60 28.99% 97 46.86%
10 160 53 33.13% 48 30% 101 63.13%


Students Retained (not


3 15 221 6.79%
4 0 231 0%
5 0 214 0%
6 3 202 1.49%
7 0 208 0%
8 0 223 0%
9 39 205 19.02%
10 20 183 10.93%


3 through 10


Number of Students Promoted for Good Cause, by Category of Exemption



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School Bus Routes


Bus 2: Hilda Pitts
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:08 Starfish 1 Fr I-. R.. lI Oak
2 6:10 Reed Dr/E Royal Oak
3 6:13 E Royal Oak/Post Oak
4 6:15 2350 ScaMeadows
5 6:16 15975 Beach Road
6 6:17 YatesL { ruk..in.m Blvd
7 6:18 Yates CreeklFiddlers Way
8 6:20 Sea Oaks Loop
9 6:28 1890 Ocean Pond Road
10 6:29 Ocean Pond/N Gulf Manor
11 6:31 13845 Beach Road
12 6:33 1680 Fox Hunter Road
13 6:38 1822 Fox Hunter Road
14 6:48 220 Olan Murphy Road
15 6:53 8944 Beach Road
16 6:55 Kelly Grade/B Gunter
17 6:57 Gordan.Brown/Beach
18 7:00 Ellison (r.imnhkl He... I'
19 7:02 Harold Davis/Beach Rd
20 7:04 6430 Beach Road.
21 7:07 h:'.Il DL -% McGuire Rd
22 7:10 5511 Beach Road
23 7:25 TCES

Bus 4: Mary Emory
Destination: All Schools (Special Needs)
Stop Time Location
1 5:55 1791 Pine Bluff
2 5:58 4864 Sumpter Street
3 6:00 460 Bradshaw Blvd.
4 6:12 10189 Puckett Road
5 6:20 4201 Strickland Landing
6 6:21 4160 Strickland Landing
7 pm 12719 Strickland Land Ct
8 6:27 12241 Sprii; Warrior
9 6:39 4543 Waldo Circle
10 6:41 6222 Richloam Road
11 6:50 52.11.' i.,~, -Road
12 7:02 805 O'Steen Road
13 7:06 5062 Woods Creek Road
14 7:10 2374 Barney Lane
15 7:20 1213 N Calhoun Street
16 7:30 I '-rK

Bus 5: Linda Faircloth
Dest.: Gretchen Everhart (Special Needs)
Stop Time Location
1 6:50 9442 Keaton Beach Rd
2 7:00 2946 Dorman Road
3 7:16 707 Wilcox Street
4 7:26 3080 Johnson Stripling
5 7:30 1503 Bernard Johnson
6 9:00 Gretchen Everhart
Bus 6: Bertha Bryant
Destination: TCMS, TCHS
Stop Time Location
1 6:55 Ash Sirui .El Matador
2 7:05 Sandra Street
3 7:09 JoAnn / Susan Street
4 7:12 Second/Oscar Benjamin
5 7:13 Monroe Street
6 7:15 Schwartz!Willow Street
7 7:35 TCMS

Bus 7: Karen Carlton
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:35 102<8 Paul Poppell
2 6:40 Slick Carlton Road
3 6:42 2488 Mattie Carlton
4 6:46 4169 Woods Creek Road
5 6:47 4018 Bill ('Calton Road
6 6:50 2395 James Lane
7 6:51 2469 James Lane
8 6:54 4615 Woods Creek Road
9 6:56 3745 Woods Creek Road
10 7:01 138 O'SteenR oad
11 7:03 248 O'Steen Road
12 7:06 1010 Page Road
13 7:09 W Page Road/Kays
14 7:11 2450 W Fair Lane
15 7:13 216(4 1. i,per ni e,
16 7:15 299 Miller Road
17 7:17 Sidney Blanton Road
18 7:20 Woods Creek Road
19 7:23 FJ Matador/ Ash
20 7:38 Julia/Veterans Drive
21 7:31 F.mulk .L I ..k .N Jill
22 7:35 TCES

Bus 9: Cynthia Miller
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:00 JA Davis Road
2 6:25 12731 Adolph Kemp Rd
3 6:35 11711 Adolph Kemp Rd
4 6:40 11656 Ben Eakins Rd
5 6:42 10661 Johnson Russell Rd
6 6:45 12279 Ben Eakins Rd
7 6:50 7889 Luther Wilson Rd
8 6:55 7600 Alton Wentworth Rd
9 6:56 7655 Alton '. r,,-in.1 Rd
10 6:57 CR-14/ Frank Morgan Rd
11 7:00 9734 Alton WentworthRd


9542 Alton Wentworth Rd
9872 Alton Wentworth Rd
US 19Aman Gas Station
4243 US 19 North
Eddie Page/ Hwy 19
Hwy 19/3rd Crossing
Wilder/Wilcox
TCES


Bus 12: Donna Faircloth
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:20 5808 US 221 North
2 6:22 5710 US 221 North
3 6:24 3257 IiS 221 North
4 6:28 2819 Boyd Road
5 6:30 3996 Boyd Road
6 6:32 Moms Way/Sue Pridgeon
7 6:34 4840 Sue Pridgeon Road
8 6:39 3952 Wash Davis Road
9 6:42 4450 Wash Davis Road
10 6:44 Wash Davis/Williamson Ln
11 6:49 Pisgah Road/Vera Lane
12 6:52 3117 Gas Plant Road
13 6:54 Gas Plant Road/McDaniel
14 7:00 Harrison Blue/Box Canyon
15 7:04 3495 Slaughter Road
16 7:06 Slaughter/A Young Rd
17 7:08 Slaughter/Paul Poppell Rd
18 7:10 Slaughter/AV Brannen Rd
19 7:12 Hwy19 / Lundy MHP
20 7:15 Courtney Rd/ WI Grubbs
21 7:19 Ash/ I Stephens
22 7:21 Ash / Cherry
23 7:22 Ash/ Quincy
24 7:22 Bay/Washington
25 7:26 Washington/Happy Time
26 7:30 425 W Ash
27 7:35 TCES

Bus 13: Connie May
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Iocation
1 6:25 Spring Warrior/L Lyons
2 6:27 Spring Warr/Woodland Dr
3 6:28 3350 Ma Dixon Road
4 6:29 1328 Ma Dixon Road
.5 6:30 2737 Ma Dixon Road
6 6:33 1725 Ma Dixon Road
7 6:35 793 Ma Dixon Road
8 6:37 11515 Beach Road
9 6:42 12749 Warrior Creek
10 6:44 2440 Dennis Howell Road
11 6:56 Louzetti Ln/James Carlton
12 6:57 1889 James Carlton Road
13 7:05 430 Charles Hendry Road
14 7:07 725 Charles Hendry Road
15 7:08 ...... 867 Charles Hendry, Road
16 7:09 Puckett/Bradshaw
17 7:10 1770 Carey Stephens
18 7:12 4317 PuckettRoad
19 7:25 TCES

Bus 14: Annette Granthamn
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:30 195135 Jody Morgan Rd
2 6:34 18722 Key Deer Ct
3 6:36 230 AntlerLane
4 6:38 19647 Jody Morgan
5 6:40 19651 Jody Morgan
6 6:43 Keaton/Corner Store
7 6:48 40 Sand Dollar Road
8 6:50 18930 Rose Mary Lane
9 6:52 16951 Beach Road
10 6:55 16920 Beach Road
11 7:00 16832 Beach Road
12 7:03 16290 Beach Road
13 7:05 White Oak/E Royal Oak
14 7:10 Live Oak/ E Royal Oak
15 7:35 TCES

Bus 15: Shelia Sadler
Destination: All Schools (Special Needs)
Stop Time Location
1 6:05 5634 Bryant Russell Rd
2 6:10 5466 Turner Road
3 6:15 7508 Red Padgett Road
4 6:35 20260 Spoonbill Rd
5 6:41 177 Kingfisher Rd
6 6:51 15425 Reed Drive
7 6:53 15550 Reed Drive
8 6:55 17071 E Royal Oak Dr
9 6:57 17138 E Royal Oak Dr
10 7:00 16290 Beach Road
11 7:10 14470 S Gulf Manor
12 7:13 793 Ma Dixon Road
13 7:15 7710 Beach Road
10 7:25 CDC

Bus 16: Pam Revels
Destination: Steinhatchee
Stop Time Location
1 6:45 Hwy 51/US19
2 6:52 River Ave/Cedar St
3 7:08 1234 SW 248 Avenue
4 7:14 SW270Aveffhomas Rd


5 7:17
6 7:18
7 7:19
8 7:22
9 7:26
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4754 SW Hwy 358
Hwy 358/Penticostal
Hwy 358 / Tackle Outlet
6821 SW Hwy 358
214 -14th Street SE
Ist Avenue NI/Wehh In


7:10 NBcvery Street
7:12 Folsom/ Beverly Street
7:14 S. Wamer Street
7:15 50P Warner/Tidewatr
7:25 TCES


11 7:30 Duncan LaneNaughn Bus 30: Belinda Cruem
12 7:33 9th Street/White Lane Destination All Schools
13 7:34 804 Robin Lane Styp Time Location
14 7:35 308 NE Robin Lane 1 6:30 James Cannon
15 7:37 322 Riverside Drive 2 6:35 Bernard J/Spees Harris
16 7:38 501 Riverside Drive `3 6:36 1503 Bernard Johnson
17 7:39 707 Riverside Drive .4 6:38 1930 Bernard Johnson
18 7:45 Steinhatchee School .5 6:40 2025 BenarnJohnson.
S6 6:42 2075Benard Johnson
Bus 19: TinaPowenl 7 6:45 2205 Bernard Johnson
Destination: All Schools (Special Needs) 8 6:48 2969.Bernard Johnson
Stop Time Location 9 6:55 Johnson SIGlennis Cruce
1 6:04 3774 Bobby King Road 10 6:59 James Smith Road
2 6:08 12782 Morris Steen Rd 1I 7:13 302 Sam Poppell Road
3 6:11 Shady Grove Store 12 7:14 2146 Sam PoppellRoad
4 6:20 2055 SWMT Olive Ch 13 7:15 2875 Johnson Stripling
5 6:30 Eridu Store 14 7:17 J StriipMorgan Whiddon
6 6:45 3460 Harrison Blue Rd 15 7:20 CanopyLane
7 6:49 2284'A Young Road 16 7:22 Pharo Morgan Road
8 6:58 3067 McKinley Maddox 17 7:25 534EAshStreet
9 7:04 104 El Dorado Drive 18 7:27 Julia/Johnson Stripling
10 7:06 285 El Camino Drive 1. 9 7:30 TCES
11 7:07 106 ElPasado Drive .
12 7:12 W Main Street/ Skylark Bs32:tleidiSchmidt
13 7:25 CDC DetNhtiton: All Schools
Stop Trime Lcation
Bus 20: Catherine Wood 1 6:32 Bryant/.Bacon
Destination: All Schools 2 6:35 Chiirch Street
Stop Time Location 3 6:38 Hwy 19/Chap, Inn
1 5:50 17420Andrew Wood Rd 4 6:40 Hwy 19/Gandy Motor
2 6:05 10180 Fish Creek Gr. 5 6:42 B Butled/Town & Ctry,
3 6:10 10194 N WhiteheadRd 6 6:44 Jackson Road
4 6:13 9390Carbur Lane/Salem :7 6:45 170 Jackson Road
5 6:18 9500 Carbur Lane 8 6:47 171 Highlapd Road
6 6:29 6130 B Jody Morgan Rd 9 6:48 Airport Road/RDS.
7 6:31 4250 Dip Down/Salem 10 6:50 Hwy 19 Everett'sMHP
8 6:40 13275 Radcliff Road 11 6:51 Hwy 19/KOA
9 6:45 7211 Lee Roy Morgan 12 6:55 2534Hwy30
10 6:55 7460Airport Road 13 6:57 2845 Hwy 30
11 6:57 7680Airport Grade 14 7:01 3762 Bohannon Circle
12 6:59 8030Airport Grade 15 7:02 3660 Bobannon Circle
13 7:04 10468 US 19 S. 16 7:08 4171 ConnellRoad
14 7:07 10255 Josh Ezell Road 17 7:10 SanPedro/Clan Davis
15 7:09 ll188Josh Ezell Road 18 7:12 4345 San Pedro
16 7:10 11979 Josh Ezell Road 19 7:14 4310 SanPedro
17 7:16 9828 US 19 Jack's Cycle 20 7:16 4059San Pedro
18 7:18 9601 Athena Road 21 7:18 3188 San Pedro
19 7:19 9528Athena Road 22 7:20 San Pedro/ Langford
20 7:21 8420 US 19S 23 724 Elizabeth Lane
21 7:23 7730 US 19S 24 7:26 ElmoScott
22 7:26 3330 Kell Grade 25 7:30 TCES ,,i.
23 7:40 ICES ,


Bus 22: Mary Parker
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:45 Hwy 98/Jenkins Road
2 6:49 2020 Hwy 98 W.
3 6:51 2372 Hwy 98W
4 6:54 3885 Hwy 98 W.
5 6:57 3503 Hwy 98 W
6 7:04 Dice Road/Bowden Ave
7 7:08 Hwy 98/King Road
8 7:12 Sandraf'emple of God
9 7:15 JoAnn /Susan
10 7:18 Second/Oscar Benjamin
11 7:21 Schwartz/ North Avenue
12 7:25 Schwartz /Willow
13 7:35 TCES

Bus24: Margie Shefield
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:45 Morris Steen Road/Y
2 6:49 Morris Steen / May Pop
3 6:52 5455 Alton Wentworth
4 6:53 A Wentworth/G.WEng
5 6:55 6850 Ira Smith Road
6 7:00 6735 Loran Henderson
7 7:03 4734 Ira Smith Road
8 7:05 Shady Grove Vol Fire
9 7:07 A. Wentworth /McLean
10 7:09 Shady Grove Store
11 7:10 2805 Alton Wentworth
12 7:12 Shady GrSchoolhouse .
13 7:14 10770 Hwy 221 North
14 7:15 P Sheffield/Bobby King
15 7:16 3420 Loren Henderson
16 7:25 FL/ Calhoun
17 7:30 TCES

Bus 27: Nichole Marshall
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:54 Thomas Demps Lane
2 6:56 Glenn Street
3 6:58 West Walnut Street
4 7:00 Kennedy Street
5 7:03 Dupont/Folsom
6 7:06 Buffalo Place
7 7:08 S. Beverly Street


Bus38: Holly Ward
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time location
1 6:29 1450.LymanHendry Rd
2. 6:31 1650 Lyman Hendry Rd
3 6:34 4086 Lyman Hendry Rd
4 6:37 4517 Lyman Hendry Rd
5 6:39 4670 Lyman Hendry Rd
6 6:44 1719FortnerCircle
7 6:45 407FortwnrCorile
8 6:48 4530 FortnerCircle
9 6:49 4533 Fortner Circle
to0 6:54 1536 RobertsAman
II 6:57 1269RobertsAman
12 6:59 220 RoberlsAman
13 7:02 RAman/ChardesSadler
14 7:06 Joel Aman/Al Suber
15 7:09 JimmyArcher Road
16 7:11 GreenFarm/Lon Ward
17 7:13 GreenFarm Road
18 7:16 30 Mangum Close
19 7:18 Mack Session/Hwy 221
.20 7:20 AgnerAcres
21 7:22 Will Clark/Hwy 221
* 22 7:24 304Bowers
23 7:25 102Cedar
24 7:28 200 ETimbedane
25 7:35 TCES

B. s39: B JCannon
Denlsiation; All Schools
S Time Lncatimo
1 6:40 ,4 PuckettRd/Davis Drive
2.' 6:41 Puckett/Pine Viewfpts
3 6:45 3269 CashRoad
4 6:48 ISOlPine Bluff Road
5 6:49 1611Pine Bluff Road
6 6:50 1793 Pine Bluff Road
.7 6':52 Pne Bluff/Sullivan
8 6:55 1511 HouckRoad
9 6:58 Arthur Padgett Road
10. 7:01 110 Judson Drive
S 11 7:03. 307 Judson Drive
12 7:06 139 Lacour Lane
13 3 7:08 204 Woodgate Drive
14. 7.09 112 Woodgale Drive
S15 7:10 106 Woodgate Drive
16 7:13 Cypress/Pine
17 .7:15 Magnolia/Pine





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7:16 22385 Byron Butler Pkwy
7:19 Jane Avenue
7:27 TCES


1 s44:Shirley Blair
Designation: All Schools (Special Needs)
Stop Time Location
i1 6:42 504 Willow Street
6:43 1115 Willow Street
3 6:46 115 King Dn e
4 6:48 1474 Hampton Springs
5 6:50 114JoAnn Street
6 6:53 Susan / Pate Street
7 6:55 500 S WarnerSt.
8 6:58 Glenn/Warner St
9 7:06 106 Folsom Street
10 7:02 Byron Butler Pk
11 7:05 1612 Givens Street
12 7:08 1511 I Roberson Street
13 7:10 709 W. Church Street
14 7:12 517 Homer J Smith
15 7:14 711 Bacon Street
J6 7:20 700 W. Julia Street
17 7:22 404 Washington Si
18 7:25 113 Pace Drive
19 7:30 CDC
Bus 51: KellyRussel
Destination: All Schools
Slop Time Location
I 6:30 12240 Spring Wamor
2 6:31 Sprg Warrior/Strickland
3 6:34 StrickundLanding Dr.
4 6:37 Strickland BlvdJBridge
5 6:42 Sprg Warrior/Fluimnder
6 6:48 10255 Puckett Road
7 6:49 Puckett/Richard Sadler
8 6:53 Puck/Gray Bard Lane
9 6:56 2369 Roy Freeman Road
10 7:00 4478 Waldo Circle
11 7:02 4562 Waldo Cirle
12 7:08 Puckell/Dorman Road
13 7:14 3698 Golf Course Road
14 7:15 2279 Golf Course Road
15 7:16 2033 Golf Course Road
16 7:22 Green / Alston
17 7:35' TCES
Bs 54s Ouklda Wright
Detinution: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 5.55 Nut-All Ri'eBig Rock Rd
2 6:03 23830 Mandala. Road
3 6:05 23648 Mandalay Road
4 6:25 10441 US 98 West
0 6:35 3110 Damid Honon Road
6 6:36 3028 David Horton Road
6:43 5875 Jim Lee Road
8 6:47 6770George Page Road
9 650 6751 Walter Shiver Road
10 6:51 6969 Walter Shiver Road
I1l 6:55 88 15 Range Road
12 6:57 Tower Road/ Smith Road
3 7:00 Smith Rd/Camp Road
14 7:02 5593 Smith Road
15 7:05 Hampt. Sp.Dudle) Benion
.16 7:09 Courtnel/Bo Cruce Road
:17 7:10 5590 Courtney Grade
18 7:12 Courtney Gr/Richloam
19 7:20 5035 Hampton Springs Rd
20 7:35 '1CES
Bw 55: Joan Hall
Destination: Steinhatchee
Stop Time Location
1 6:35 Hwy 361/Sta MeadOs
2 6:40 15541 Breeze Dnie
3 6:50 20051 Hwy 361
4 6:52 20051 Beach Road
5 6:59 19752 Jody Morgan Rd
6 7:04 18435 White Tail Drive
7 7:24 1220 Stephenstille Road
8' 7:25 1228 Stephensville Road
9 7:28 110 Bird Pond Road
10 7:31 105 Sugarhill Road
11 7:34 212 6h Avenue
12 7.35 511 NW 3rd Street
13 7:38 421 2ndt Srect NW
14 7:39 423 Rocky Road
15 7:41 NE 1st Avenue
16 7:42 125 NE st Asenue
17 7.43 119 SE 2nd Street
18 7:55 Stieinbalche School
1B6s 5: Thomas Gibson
Desdtation: All Schools (Special Needs)
Stop Time Location
1 6:08 6069 US 19 S.
12 6:11 7210 US 19 S
3 6:22 1860Fllison Cramble
4 6:24 5944 Beach Road
5 6:26 1589D1eeyMcGuire
6 6:35 1705 S Old Dxie Hwy
7 6:39 114 Hubba Street
8 6:42 1302 Aliare/ Street
9 6:45 107 N Hmnley Street
10 6:51 1501 Pharo Morgan
11 6;54 2681 Morgan Whiddon


70 Agner Acres
303 W Ash Street
405 WAsh Street
907 N Calhoun
406 W Chrry Street
CDC


Bus 61: Willa Deen Patterson
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:05 117 NE 2ndAvenue
2 6:07 Hwy 358/Jiffy Store
3 6:10 709 1stAvenue
4 6:12 504 2nd Street
5 6:15 1220 Stephensville Road
6 6:16 1228 Stephensville Road
7 6:19 703 NW 3rd Street
8 6:21 5th Avenue /End
9 6:24 H1\i 5I '2nd Street
10 6:27 13117 3td Avenue SE
11 6-29 Palm St/ 16th Street E
12 6:32 Hy 5l/NE
13 6:34 1025 Hwy 51 NE
14 6:39 21l9 Rnjer Road NE
15 7-15 7210 Hwy 19 South
16 7-:30 FCLS,
Bus 71: Sammy Hugger
Destination: All Schouol
Stop Time Location
1 6 34 Main'HnIle)
2 636 BR.- Street
3 6:38 Green Hinley
4 6:42 Miaurice Linton
5 6:44 G,Nxd Shepherd
6 h.4/i H. 27/Malone R.ad
7 6:49 27 E /Wagon Wheel St,
8 6:52 V157 Hw~ 27 1
9 6:53 2711-Foley Cut off
10 6:55 2809 Filey Cutl ff
11 6:57 Wurd;Baxter Road
12 7:00 Bater'Glover Carlton
13 7:02 fi\on Road/Ross Road
14 7:05 3885 Foley Cut Off
15 7:07 3071 Futj-. Gunter
16 7:10 3330 L.pieomb C'icle
17 7:11 1.ipombhC irlFrl Wiles
18 7:13 3193 Lipscomb Circle
19 7:18 2695 Lakeside Drive
20 7:20 31U4n Henr) (ibson
21 7:22 3372 Hw% 27 E
22 7:24 3(57 H! w 27E
23 7:25 Spnnghill Road
24 730 TCES
Bus72: Cherl Moore
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location,
1 6:40 5451 Hwy 19 south
2 6:43 6129 Hwy 19 South
3 6:46 6131 Hwy 19 S
4 6:50 7.50 Red Padgenl Road
5 6:52 7504 Red Pddgeti Road
6 6:56 4586 Turner Road
7 6:58 5125 Turner Road
8 7:00 5211 Turner Road
'9 7:04 3535 Henry Lee
10 7:05 3691) Henr' Lee
11 7:08 5142 RNant Russell Rd
12 7:09 5227 Br ant Russel Rd
13 7:10 52x3 Brsani Rusiell Rd
14 7:11 5510 Brvant Russdl Rd
15 7:12 5522 Brnan: Russell Rd
16 7:13 .53IBnant Russell Rd
17 7:15 5582 HP Padget Road
18 7:16 6030 HP Padgett Road
19 7:18 Shipmani Lane .
20 7:25 Buckeye Nurser)/Hill
21 7:29 459 N Fllison Road
22 7-30 I.17 Holley Dnve
23 7:31 Ellison/Hingspn Tanner
24 7.32 1186 IPnecrt-st
25 7:35 TCES
Bus 80s Lisa Meacham
Destination: All- Schools
Stoep Time Location
1 6:35 'oodjmore[IWoodnmuorc
2 6:40 Hw) 19 SiOak Lane
3 6:42 Hwy 19 S/Bull Pen
4 6:50 181 E. Center Street
5 6:53 Old Dixie/ Landry Rd
6 6:55 Old Dmie/Poppll Dr
7 7:00 618-4 Plantation Road,
8 7:03 157 Shady Oaks Lane
9 7:05 102 Pine Tree Road
10 7:07 ]142 Regina Road
11 7:09 1112 Miller Road
12 7:11 208 Palmetto Road
13 7:14 328 -. Park Street
14 7:15 Park / Dodge Dne
15 7:16 Dodge/Tippett Drive
16 7:18 2060 S Jefferson Street
17 7:20 Old Diime / Pruitt Drive
18 7:21 Grainver!Qunil
19 7:23 Paige / Alvarez
20 7:25 Or(angeDundet
21 735 TCES


Child Developm


School Bus
Bus 17: Coretha Russell
Destinatimon: CI)C
Stop Time Location
1 6:33 1301 WAsh Street
2 6:34 1025 WAsh Street
3 6:35 1104 WAsh Street
4 6:37 :0-1 FI. .i.sado l)nv'c
5 6:38 106 El Pasado Drive
6 6:39 109 EL Pasado Drive
7 6:40 107 El Rancho Drive
8 6:41 107 El Dorado Drive
9 6:42 109 El Dorado l)nme
10 )45, 117T Millr Rk,,:d
11 h647 1226 ai RRodd
12 6:48 1279 Kay's Road
13 6:50 1040 Wells Drive
14 pm 2940 W Page Road
15 0:58 3112 Slaughter Rod
16 7:01 14 1lHani.in Rhl1c
17 7:04 3117 N Gj, Plant
18 7:08 370 ALSuber Road
19 7:13 3421 .Spees Harris Lane
20 7:16 1189GennisCruceRd
21 7 18 31011 lhrniin Sinilirig
22 7-19 2913 M.rg ar Whiddon
23 pm 70 Agntr Acres (pm)
24 7:23 149 Will Clark Road
25 7:27 406 W (herr StrSet
26 7:28 -u14 W Cherrn Streel
27 7:29 211Wi edar Strret
28 pm I10 High Street i p l
29 7:30 425 1- Ash Street
30 7:35 CDC
Bus 21: Linda Miles
Destination: CIK'
Stop Time Location
1 6:23 43 0 San 'Pedro Road
2 6:25 50-D1 Sdn Pedro
3 6:31 2851 E Dorman Peacock
4 6:32 2659 1. Dorman Peacock
5 6:35 24951 Mar Ester Lane
6 6:37 3327 US 27 L
7 6:41 3585 Bohannon Circle


6:46
6:51
6:55
7:00
7:02
7:03
7:04


113 Temple Terrance
121 Crit Jones Drive
618 Plantation Rd Apt 4
l2 Il Park Street
8Xl 1- Granger Drive
806 E Paige
900 EPaige Street
400 S Center Street
108 Spring Place
lili .1 Jefersori Sireel
206 N Hinley Street
404 N Washington Street
604 N Orange Street
702 W Julia Street
205 N Faulkner Street
21;2 N Clark Street
3 11 Springhill Road
CDC


Bus 73-A: Wendy Slaughter
Destination: CDC
Stop Time Location
I (pm) 310 Saxon Street (pm)
2 7:16 16t22 \\ LJard Strt-et


lent Center


Routes
3 ,prm) 151l9Campbell St iprn
4 7.18 1610 Campbell Street
5 7:19 709 W Church Street
6 7:20 702 W Duval Street
7 7:21 150Glenn Street
8 7:22 100( Buffalo DrI,
9 7:23 104 Kennedy Street
10 72-2 ltJfKenne-dy Sirect
.11 (pm) 112 Buffalo(pm)
12 7:25 208 Walnut Siredt
13 7:27 170 1-olsom Strcet
14 7:28 217 Folsom Su et
15 7:29 303 Ftlmim Str.'-i
16 7:30 400 F -o.om Street
17 7:33 120 S Bex erl Street
18 7-34 123 S Bevcrl) Street
19 7:36 823 S Warnir Ainue
20 737 "91 Warner Strin
21 7:8 511 S Warner Sireli
L2 7:40 5)00 WarnerTidewater
23 7:41 110 W Dunwood St
24 7:48 CDC
Bus 73-B: Wend) Slaughter
Destination: CDCK
Stop Time Location
I 6.38 608 Mallo\
2 6:40 710 Maliuy
3 6:41 1207 Mailo3
4 6:43 911 W.Willow
5 6.45 11i4 W wVllow
6 6:44 108 Monru Street
7 6:47 1004 Richard Bell Asenue
8 6:48 105 Sandra Street
9 6:49 IlOAliceStreet
10 6:50 I l8JoAnn Sirel
11 6:51 III oAnn Street
12 6:52 10 JroAnn Stret
13 6:53 110 Williams Street
14 6:54 134 Williams Street ipml
15 6:55 10 SiaUn Street
16 6 56 307 second Strect
17 i6:57 303. tOsLr IJlnjamin Way
18 7 00 6U2 W Bacon street
19 7:02 517 Homer J Smith
20 7:05 Bnant/Bacun Streel
21 7:14 CDC
Bus75: Mack Colson
Destination: CDC
Stojp Time Location
1 pm 2404 Hwy 98 W (pm)
2 6:45 6924 Georex Pagc Road
3 6:50 1474 Hampion spring
4 7:00 89l(0 Range Road
5 7:05 3885 H%) 98'W
6 7:09 2418 Bowden Avenue
7 7:10 2330 Bowden Avenue
8 7:18 417 Judson Dri r
9 7:21 427 Puckitt Road
10 7:22 109 McCall Street
11 7:23 205 C press Road
12 7:24 113 Magnolia Road
13 7:25 117 Magnolia Road
14 7:26 2121 US 19 S.utlh
15 7:28 3091!S lu:'E r. MFIP
16 pm 300 Industrial Dr! RDS
17 7:40 CDC


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- Please have your
child follow these
simple rules:
(1) Follow the directions of
the driver.
(2) Stay in your seat.
(3) Keep all parts of your
body inside the bus.
(4) No pushing, shoving or
fighting at any time.
(5) No eating, drinking or
tobacco products on the bus


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Dear Parents/Guardians:

Welcome back to the 2011-
2012 school year! Once again
the Transportation Department
has had manv changes as far


Please review the routes listed
in the paper and choose the stop
closest to your home. Several
stops have been combined to
provide a timelier schedule.


as bus schedules and school Thank you in advance for your


bus stops. With the challenges
of scheduling, we ask for the
cooperation and patience of the
parents and students during the
first weeks of School.


help and cooperation in the safe
transportation of your children.
To help ensure -the safety of
your children, please discuss the
safety rules listed with them.


Also, let's don't forget that
many students walk to and from
school and we all need to be
aware of their safety too. I look
forward to working with each of
you this school year. Let's have
a safe year!


Carson Walker
Transportation Coordinator
850-838-2505
1004 E. Bay Street


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