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Creation Date: November 2, 2011
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Hunting &
Homecoming
Fall is here and that
means two things in Taylor
County...hunting season is
about to start and Taylor County
High School is celebrating its
annual Homecoming!
Inside today's Taco Times
you'll find all the details you need
for both, beginning on page B,1.

Veterans invited to
breakfast
American Legion and the
VFW will host the annual
"Veterans Breakfast" Saturday,
Nov. 5, from 7:30 -9:30 a.m.
The cooking crew-Paul
Pettitt, J.H. Holmes, Harold
Mixon, Charles Gandy,
Neal McCranie and Charles
McDonald-invite all veterans
and their families to join them.
The breakfast will be held
at the American LegionNFW
building, located at the corner
of Center Street and Veterans
Drive.

Senior center hosts
fund-raiser Saturday
Taylor Senior Citizens Center
will hold a fund-raising breakfast
Saturday, Nov. 5, from 7-9:30
a.m.
Dine-in or carry-out meals
include: eggs; sausage, grits,
biscuits and coffee or juice.
Tickets may be purchased
from any senior center staff
member or client. Advance
tickets are $5 or $6 at the door.
The breakfast will be held at
the senior center, located at 800
West Ash Street. All proceeds
will benefit the center's senior
meals program.
For more information, please
call 584-4924.

School board outlines
November schedule
.The District School Board of
Taylor County has released an
updated meeting schedule for
November:
Tuesday, Nov. 8: Workshop
session, 5:30 p.m., and regular
school board meeting, 6 p.m.
The workshop topic will be
Pre-K.
Thursday, Nov. 17: Special
workshop session, 4-8 p.m. The
workshop is part of the Master
Board Training Program for the
school board members and
superintendent.
Tuesday, Nov. 22:
Reorganizational meeting and
regular school board meeting,
6 p.m.

JROTC to host
Veterans Day
ceremony Nov.11
Taylor County High School
JROTC will host its 25th annual
Veterans' Day Ceremony
Friday, Nov. 11, in the
gymnatorium.
Local veterans and their
families are invited to gather
at the school at 9:45 a.m. The
program will begin shortly
thereafter.




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Editorial .................. A-4
Religion.................... A-6
Sports......................A-7
Community ........... B-1
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Costume


Contest
(Above) The Perry-
Taylor County Chamber
of Commerce held its
annual Halloween costume
contest Monday evening,
with more than 40
trick-or-treaters taking
part. In the Best
Recycled Costume
category, Landon Burford
(center) took first place
dressed as Davy Crockett,
Bradley Hart (right) took
second place dressed
as a pirate and Mynilya
Forbes took third with
her washing machine
costume. Burford's
costumed was fashioned
from a curtain. (Right)
For Best Overall Costume
in the contest, Jerry Gold
(right) took first place as
Capt. Jack Sparrow, while
Destin Brown (left) took
second and Mackenzie
Nowlin took third--both
were dressed as Raggedy
Anne.


Man critically



injured in hit-



and-run crash


A Pernr man who sustained
multiple injuries in an alcohol-
related, hit-and-run crash
Friday night, Oct. 28, has
been upgraded from critical to
fair condition at Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital.
Michael S. Pierce, 47, was
treated at the scene by Doctors'
Memorial Hospital Emergency
Medical Services (EMS) and
then transported to Tallahassee.
He was riding a bicycle
eastbound on U.S. Highway 27
when a 1999 Chevrolet truck
driven by James Towles, 72,


also of Pern. struck him from
behind.
Pierce was thrown from the
bicycle, coming to a final rest
on the south shoulder of the
road .,
Towles continued traveling
east on U.S. 27 and fled the
scene; he was later stopped
on Foley Cut-Off Road and
charged with driving under the
influence (DUI) with personal
injury and leaving the scene of
a crash, Florida Highway Patrol
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Sixth grader hit by


truck is recovering


Egypt Thompson, the sixth
grader hit by a truck last
Wednesday while attempting
to cross Center Street, is out
of ICU and "getting better
everyday."
Thompson's mother, Latoya
Givens, said Tuesday she hoped
her daughter would be released
from Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital later this week.
"It will just depend on her
progress and how well she
does," Givens said.
Thompson--who turned 11
in August--sustained a broken
femur, which was repaired
during surgery Thursday
morning, and had internal
injuries, including a crushed
kidney.
"However, it looks like the
kidney is healing and doctors
don't think they will have to do,
any more surgery.
"She is awake and knows
what happened, but I'm not


really pressing her for details.
I'm just letting her talk about
it when she wants to," Givens
said.
Thompson and another
middle school student were
walking to the Boys & Girls
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No tricks, just treats for DMH's United Way drive


The 2011 Taylor County
United Way Campaign is off to
a fast start thanks in large part
to Doctors' Memorial Hospital
(DMH), which announced
Monday afternoon that it has
raised more than $29,000.
DMH CEO Richard Huth
announced the total during a
celebration held Monday in
conjunction with the hospital's


Halloween party.
After improving its giving
last year five-fold, Huth admits
he was not sure they would be
able to equal it this year.
"We were at $13,000 last
Monday," he said.
Instead, DMH finished with
$29,811, more than $2,500
above its total from last year.
Huth said the teams's success


was helped by DMH's six
leadership givers, who each
gave at least $1,000.
For every $10 pledged to
United Way, employees' names
were place in a drawing, where
the grand prize (keeping with
their theme of "Cruising for
United Way) was a cruise for
two. Other prizes included
personal time off and more.


Other incentives for giving
included offering pizza parties
to any department which had
more than 85 percent as well
as hooded sweatshirts to any
employee who gave at least one
hour's pay per month.
"I am so impressed with the
enthusiasm shown by the entire
staff of DMH," said United
Way Campaign Co-Chair


Charlton Knowles, who was on
hand Monday to help draw the
winning tickets.
"It is clear how important it is
to them to help others," he said.
"They do it in their jobs and
they do it through their heartfelt
giving, in this case to United
Way."
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There was nothing ghoulish about Doctors' Memorial Hospital's United Way giving this year, even if the total was announced on Halloween.
DMH CEO Richard Huth, with the help of the hospital's campaign team captains, announced the total so far has exceeded $29,800. Shown
above are: (from I to r) Tasha Towles, Amanda Gregory, Sheree Eluere, Kasi Ross, Morgan Kraft, Jennifer Horner, Huth (dressed as comedian
Drew Carey for Halloween), Deborah Langford, Kimberly Skinner, Joy Proudman and Kristen MacQueen.


Progress Energy customers to see slight increase on bills


Progress Energy Florida
(PEF) customers will see a
slight increase in their electric
bills beginning next year after
the Florida Public Service
Commission (PSC), approved
cost recovery amounts last week
for construction of planned
nuclear generating plants and
additions to existing nuclear
plants for PEF and Florida
Power & Light Company (FPL).
PEF's approved $85,951,036
recovery includes costs
associated with construction


of its proposed nuclear power
plants, Levy Units 1 and 2, and
adding capacity to its existing
nuclear generating plant at
Crystal River. When completed,
these projects will add
approximately 2,380 megawatts
(MW) of new nuclear base load
generation to PEF's system,
enough energy to power 1.3
million homes.
A stipulated agreement,
approved in August and
included in the decision, saves
PEF customers $500,000 in


Project Management Costs
for adding capacity to Crystal
River Unit 3 (CR3). The
stipulation--between PEF, the
Office of Public Counsel, and
other intervenors--resolved
whether the company prudently
managed its CR3 uprate license
agreement, PSC officials said.
The estimated 2012 nuclear
cost recovery is about $2.93
per month for the first 1,000
kilowatt hours (kwh) for PEF
customers.
FPL's approved $196,088,824


recovery includes costs
associated with construction
of its planned Turkey Point
Units 6 and 7 and adding
capacity to existing Turkey
Point Units 3 and 4 and St.
Lucie Units 1 and 2. Over the
life of the generating units, the
additional capacity projects
are expected to save customers
an estimated $155 million to
$1.5 billion, PSC officials said.
When completed, these projects
will add approximately 2,614
MW of new nuclear base load


generation to FPL's system,
enough energy to power 1.4
million homes.
The estimated 2012 nuclear
cost recovery for FPL customers
for the first 1,000 kwh is about
$2.20 per month. The final
approved amount for both PEF
and FPL customer bills will be
recovered through the fuel and
capacity cost recovery charge
on customer bills beginning
next year.
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A contingent of festive characters at Buckeye Community Federal Credit Union joined
together to celebrate "Alice in Wonderland" for Halloween this year, taking home first
place for Best Group in the Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce's costume
contest held Monday. Shown above are: (from I to r) Whella Cannon, Carrie Beth Nowlin,
Terri Collins, Sherry Strickland, Thorter Williams, Cynthia Nowlin and Amy Shiver.

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Second place in the best group category also went to Buckeye Community Federal
Credit Union. Taking on the personas of Disney princesses were (from I to r): Ashley
Snipes, Sondra Shaw, Tonya Jackson and Christy Praytor.


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In the scariest costume category, Haley McGuire (right) won first place with her
vampire costume, followed by Amanda Hart (center) in second as Medusa and Colt
Giddens in third as a pirate.



Ashley Batey & Joshua Tedder
December 10, 2011
Jenni Cantrell &
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December 17, 2011
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Attention all Veterans
&
Families of Veterans


MARK YOUR CALENDARS!

Taylor County Board of Commissioners will host the

Annual

Veteran's Day

Luncheon

Friday, Nov. 11 12:30 p.m.

Heritage Pavilion Forest Capital Hall


In the event of rain, the luncheon will be held in the Forest Capital Hall auditorium.

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iridescent beading details the neckline of this deep purple sweater modeled by
Evelyn Daniel, and admired by Club Co-President Tuckie Maultsby. (Right) Doris
.'LePoma's red shoes and
tam garnered oohs and
ahhs from the audience of
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guests.


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Wildflower seeds planted
Members of the Perry Garden Club met on Sept. 28 to enhance
a section of Beach Road (south of the Dekle Beach entrance) by
the planting of wildflowers.
Carol Sullivan from the Florida Native Plant Society met with
Debbie Ross, chairman of this project, and pointed out several
native wildflowers that were already growing in the area.
"Our plan is to let the desirable natives grow and sow seed of
Blanket Flower and Beach Sunflower to fill in the area and provide
color," said Ross.
Seed planting followed in 'October. "Jack Brown, county
administrator, is assisting us and we have the support of the county
commissioners who passed a resolution committing to the
conservation of roadside native wildflowers on state and county
roadways on May 2. "The club hopes to have road signs put up in
the area designating it as a wildflower site.

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Members helping included (I to r): Karen Ezell, Patti Causey, Bettie
Page, Debbie Ross, Wynne Driscol and Vivian Sheffield, not pictured.
Page, Debbie Ross, Wynne Driscol and Vivian Sheffield, not pictured.


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Jimmie Bennett helped co-chair the membership
event, and also modeled fashions for fall.

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Every Wednesday
beginning November 2"d
Ages 3-10
2:30 pm 3:30 pm
Ages 11-17
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The Perry Garden Club ended the month of October with a
membership recruitment event Thursday night which included a
light meal, fall fashion show and "commercials"about the
educational and social opportunities' offered by the club.
"I'm not confident that we do as good a job of promoting our
Garden Club as we should," said Laura Mock, longtime member
who has also served in the Florida Federation of Garden Clubs.
"Being a garden club member provides a wonderful opportunity to
learn more about your environment, plants and planting
techniques, conservation, landscape ideas and floral design. While
learning all these great ideas, you foster special friendships which
last a lifetime," she said.
That was the theme of the evening as Debbie Ross and Karen
Ezell used intervals in the fashion show to talk about Camp
Wekiva and state's scholarship endowment fund.
"We want everyone to know about the resources available to all
club members through the state office in Winter Park," said Ross.
Ezell's focus 'was on the SEEK program (im .ei. i...inmnl.i
conference for high school students, including information on
related careers) as well as the coreopsis wildflower license plate.
"Proceeds from this license plate helped to build the butterfly
house and wildflower gardens at the University of Florida." Called
"a beautiful place to visit," the butterfly house and gardens are
located behind the Florida Museum of Natural History.
Selected garments from Kmart were featured in the fashion
show which spotlighted Bettie Page, Evelyn Daniel, Doris LePoma
and Jimmie Bennett as models. Susan Cote of Kmart was among
the special guests for the evening.


Thirty plates were served, and door prizes were awarded from
Spring Place Salon, along with plants to inspire new green thumbs.
"For so long, Florida has been number one in garden clubs in
America," said Mock. "We're now number two, and I want to be
number one again. We encourage anybody interested in
membership to please contact one of us. This little club--with its
52 members--plays an important role in the state's impressive
accomplishments. We want to see that continue."

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When she emerged from the car, I she said. She casually reached up her
didn't notice her new necklace because shirt and fixed the problem. I averted
of all the dog hair. my eyes.
She looked defeated, which is a The beeping, which made my heart
horrible way to begin a new day. race and my face flush, finally stopped.
"My dog never chases the neighbor's I then checked my pulse and I'm
dog," she said. "In fact, I never even see pretty sure it was elevated.
the neighbor's dog, but this morning, Minutes passed and both of our
my dog found him and he found us and blood pressure readings returned to
look," she said, holding out her shirt. normal, I think.
"I had to chase both of them and finally Then just when I had forgotten the
I wrestled my dog to the ground...and horror, the beeping started again.
look at this," she repeated, with deep Ilooked at my friend and said nothing.
defeat in her voice. She appeared okay.
"Oh, it's fine," we said, brushing dog "Do you feel alright?" I asked. "Yeah,
hair off her shoulders and back. I'm just sick of dealing with this," she
"I took my dog inside and cleaned said.
him off before I put him in the car but "Maybe we should go to the...." I
I didn't have time to shower again, or started to say.
change clothes myself...so here I am." "No, it's not that big-a-deal," she said.
"It will be fine," we assured her. "Don't panic. It will be okay."
I saw the heavy cords of her necklace I guess I've not spent a lot of quality
and wondered why she didn't have the time with individuals wearing heart
medallion outside her shirt, but her monitors for I was a nervous as a long-
morning had been so difficult that I tailed cat in a room full of rocking
chose not to mention this. chairs.
"Hop in," I said to her and she did, 'I think I'll find a restroom and see if
groaning a bit. I can fix this," she said.
Then she started beeping. 'I'll go with you," I said.
"What's beeping?" I asked, looking "You don't have to," she said, over
around for a work truck in reverse, and over again, all the way there.
"It's me," she said, "or rather, my The beeping interrupted much of our
heart monitor." morning's enjoyment but she never
"You have a heart monitor?" I said keeled over grasping her chest, and I
breathlessly. "You've been chasing was relieved about that.
your dog and you're wearing a heart., Just as we were about to meet for
monitor?" I said again, feeling as if I 'lunch, a truck with a beep-beep reverse
might have a heart attack myself, warning signal inched in our direction
I grabbed her wrist to check her pulse, and we all looked at her.
although I did it just for effect. I've "What does it say?" we asked.
never actually found anybody's pulse "It's not me," she assured us.
and I didn't find hers, but I looked up "It sounds like you," we said again,
and she was still breathing. "Just calm challenging her, until we were nearly
down and breathe normally," I said to struck dead.
her, which is the extent of my nursing We gathered for lunch and were
capabilities. never interrupted by the medical
"I'm okay," she said confidently. "The monitor. But when we approached
doctor just told me I've got to wear this the cash register to pay, the Halloween
thing." ornament started emitting eeery noises.
I hated to tell my friend that they She grasped her chest, and we grabbed
don't just hand out heart monitors like her before we realized the source of the
candy or key chains. There's a reason, noise.
"Well, why is it beeping and what By this time, we were all tired of our
should I do?" I asked her. friend's heart monitor crying wolf.
"I don't know," she said, "I'll have to "I'm going home," said I, and then
put on my glasses and see what it says." asked, as an afterthought, "What are
At this point, I'm guessing my blood you doing this weekend?"
pressure was higher than hers as "Going to a Halloween party," she
visions of an emergency room visit said. "I think I'm going to wear this
danced in my head. It wasn't how I monitor outside my shirt and go as a
wanted to spend my day off. terrorist."
"Oh, the connection's just not good," Clearly, I need new friends.


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Wednesday, November 2, 2011
123 S. Jefferson Street P.O. Box 888
Perry, Florida (850) 584-5513
DONALD D. LINCOLN SUSAN H. LINCOLN
Publisher Managing Editor
DEBBIE CARLTON CAROLYN DuBOSE
Business Manager Advertising Director
ANGELAM.CASTELUCCI KARIN WILLIAMS
St:'f \\ rter Adiirtsjg ales Graphic Arts
MARK VIOLA LYNETTE STRICKLAND
Staff Writer Classified Advertising
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Center Street
SIXTH GRADER
Continued from page 1
Club, which is located off
Washington Street (one block
west of Center Street), when the
accident happened.
The students were walking
west on the sidewalk that runs
parallel to Veterans Drive and
were evidently attempting to
cross Center Street.
The driver of the truck, a
young woman, was traveling
north on Center Street, nearing
the traffic signal, which is
located at the intersection of the
two roadways.
The second student sustained
minor injuries and was treated
at the local hospital.
Perry Police Department
Capt. Jamie Cruse said Tuesday
officers had "everything needed
to complete the investigation.
We are awaiting the prognosis
of the juvenile's medical
condition."


PROGRESS ENERGY
Continued from page 1
To encourage the
development of nuclear power,
the Florida Legislature enacted
a law in 2006 to permit utilities
to recover some nuclear
plant project costs during the
construction process, PSC
officials said.
The PSC then adopted a rule


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Taylor County Fire-Rescue marked the anniversary of the death of firefighter David
Williams by placing flowers at the permanent memorial located outside the county
station.

Driver released on $10,000 bail


HIT-AND-RUN County Jail and released on
Continued from page 1 $10,000 bail the next day, Oct.
29.
Sgt. Stewart Smith related.' The crash happened around
He was booked at the Taylor 7:40 p.m., two miles east of


Perry.
The Taylor County Sheriff's
Office and Perry Police
Department assisted with traffic
control.


DMH had 12 United Way teams


UNITED WAY DRIVE
Continued from page 1
"DMH is an example of a
team working together," United
Way Campaign Associate
Glenda Hamby said. "They had


12 teams. They learned about
the community and the agencies
who receive money from United
Way. Then they had a friendly
competition.
"Everyone is a winner, but the
true winner is the community,"


Hamby said.
"The money they gave back
will provide food, ramps, a safe
shelter, school supplies and
after-school care. There are just
so many ways this will impact
the community."
The local organizations
which receive United Way
funding, include: 2-1-1 Big
Bend, Ability 1st, American
Red Cross, America's Second
Harvest of the Big Bend, Big
Bend Cares, Big Bend Hospice,


Boy Scouts of America, Boys
and Girls Club of North Central
Florida, Brehon Institute
for Family Services, Early
Learning Coalition of the Big
Bend, Elder Care Services,
North Florida Fellowship
of Christian Athletes, Girl
Scout Council, Needy School
Children's Fund, Refuge House,
Taylor Advocacy and Resource
Center, Taylor County Special
Olympics and Taylor County
Senior Citizens Center.


on how to evaluate those costs
annually.
Annual PSC nuclear cost
recovery hearings, held this
year on Aug. 10-19, allowed
commissioners to hear
testimony from the utilities,
consumer groups and the public
on recovery of actual and
estimated project costs.
For additional information,
visit www.floridapsc.com.


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Turn trash to treasure this weekend for Big Bend Hospice


/ This Saturday, Big Bend
Hospice will host a community
g B n yard sale to benefit hospice
Sig Ben patients and families in Taylor
I ice County. The event will be held
Hospice at the Doctors' Memorial
Hospital Plaza, 555 N. Byron
Bub r Parkway, from 8 a.m.


The Econfina. that is


Episcopaltans ga
Worship on the Econfina
On Sunday, Nov. 6, St. James Episcopal Church will hold the 10
a.m. worship service and celebration of the Holy Eucharist at
Econfina Resort. (The park is located at the end of County Road
14 off U. S. Hwy. 98.) The service will be followed by a fish fry
and an afternoon of fun and fellowship, Guest speakers will be
sharing memories and stories of life in the early days of Taylor
County in Cabbage Grove and Scanlon. The public is invited to
attend. The regular 8 a.m. service will be held at the church at
1100 W. Green Street for anyone unable to attend at the Econfina.
Listen up!
Dr. Robert M. Butler Jr. is host of a new radio program on
WPRY 1400 featuring Little St. John Ministries, where he serves
as pastor. The show airs from 8:30-9 a.m. on Sundays.
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Athena White
Athena White, age 90, died
Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2011, in
Perry.
She was a native of Wacissa
and the daughter of the late
Amos and Estella Denmark.
She had lived in Perry for over
70 years.
Ms. White was a member
and mother of Mt. Nebo
Missionary Baptist Church.
She was also a homemaker.
Survivors include: three
sons, Joe Louis White of Perry,
J.C. (Rosa) White of Charlotte,
N.C, and Terry White of Perry;
five daughters, Walter Mae
Whetsel of Perry, .Estella
McAllister of Perry, Dorothy
(James) Crooms of Perry,
Diane (Harry) Lee of Perry, and
Johnnie B. Denmark; one




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daughter-in-law, Frankye
White of Charlotte, N.C.; one
brother, Lester Denmark; four
sisters, Betty Denmark, Clara
Denmark, Geraldine Denmark
and Sara Denmark Dean; 43
grandchildren; and a host of
great-grandchildren and great-
great-grandchildren.
Services will be Saturday,
Nov. 5, at 1 p.m. at New
Brooklyn Missionary Baptist:
Church in Perry, with interment
following at Springhill
Cemetery.
Family members will receive
friends from 5-7 p.m, Friday,
Nov. 4, at Trinity Funeral
Hoi*e of Perry, Inc.

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to benefit
Helping Hands of the Shelter
Saturday, Nov. 5"
9 a.m. 12 noon
Perry Connections parking lot
(formerly Jackson's Furniture)
Flea Control and Heartworm Prevention is available for
purchase. Free routine worming with vaccinations.
Cats must he In canten a n dg on l ashe.


"There will be lots of
household items, books, toys,
furniture and clothes to choose
from," said Mary Prevatt, who
is helping organize the event.
If you have unused items piling
up in your attic or garage, she
urges you to contact her to
arrange donations or pick-up.


died on Monday, Oct. 31, 2011,
in the Lafayette Health Center
in Mayo.
The lifelong Day resident
was a U.S. Army veteran
serving during the Korean
Conflict, a retired operations
manager for Procter and
Gamble who worked in Perry
37 years, a 12-year Lafayette
County School Board member
and a member of the Brewer
Lake Baptist Church of Day.
He is survived by his wife of
55 years: Jean Bell of Day; two
sons, John T. (Judy) Bell, Day,
and Patrick (Kandra) Bell,
Charles E. Courtney
Charles E.' :Gourtney,
age 76,' passed away on
Sunday, October 30, 2011 at
Doctors' Memorial Hospital.
Mr. Courtney was a native
and lifelong resident of
Taylor County and was bor
to the late Charles Thomas
Courtney and the late former
Lorine Kelly.
He worked as a Crew
Leader in the Finishing
department and retired from
Buckeye. In his spare time
he enjoyed hunting, fishing,
reading, gardening and
woodworking.
He was preceded in death
by his wife, Betty Pearl Pitts
Courtney.
He is survived by a son,
Brian Kelly Courtney of
Austin, Texas; a daughter,
Kathy C. Wilder and
husband Rusty of Perry;
three sisters, Betty Jean
Morgan and husband
Leroy, Beatrice Strickland
and husband Wayne and
Janice Byme, all of Perry;
three grandchildren, Josh
Bowden, Brian Wilder and
Courtney Wilder; one great-
grandchild, Olivia Bowden
and an abundance of family
and friends.
Graveside services will be
held at Oakland Cemetery
on Thursday, November
3, at 2 pm with James
Philmon, Ricky Phiimon and
Wayne Philmon officiating.
Visitation will be held at
Joe P, Burns Funeral Home
tonight, Wednesday from 5
to 7 pm.
You may sign the
guestbook at: www.
ioepburnsfuneralhomes.com.


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"Or if you prefer, you can rent
table space for $10 and sell
your own wares," she said.
Donations of baked goods
are also needed for Saturday's
sale. "I think we can help
families here in Taylor County
who need nutritional
supplements, or a heater or a


either at the river...
Homecoming set in Steinhatchee
Friendship Chapel Church of God invites everyone to
Homecoming on Nov. 6, featuring as special guests the Rev. Eldon
Ash, the Rev. Audie Ash and the singing Stout Family along with
Pastor Wilbur Overstreet. "A feast" will follow the service.
Homecoming, friends celebrated
Fellowship Baptist Church, also located in Steinhatchee, will
celebrate Homecoming on Sunday with Evangelist Ed Lacy as
speaker at 11 a.m. Concert pianist Gilbert Macias will also be
featured. Dinner on the grounds will follow the morning service.
Yard, bake sale Saturday
The ladies of St. Peter's Primitive Baptist Church will hold a
yard sale and bake sale Saturday, Nov. 5, at 602 W. Church Street.


Tallahassee; one Sister, Ira
Goodwin, Day; two grandsons
and two step granddaughters.
Funeral services will be held
today, Wednesday, Nov. 2, at
11 a.m. at the Brewer Lake
Baptist Church in Day with the
Rev. Matt Swain and the Rev.
John Bracken officiating.
Interment will follow in the
Day cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to the Lafayette
Health Care Center or the
Baptist Children's Home.
Daniels Funeral Home of Live
Oak and Branford is in charge
of arrangements..


ramp. We see the need and To arrange for merchandise
with the community's help, we pick-up, to register for table
can make life as comfortable as space or volunteer to bring
possible for dying patients," baked goods, please call
said Prevatt. "This is a fun Prevatt at (850) 295-4985. You
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someone's life." hospice office, 216 W. Main St.

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San Pedro Baptist Church
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SUNDAY
Sunday School 10 am
Worship Service 11 am
Discipleship Training 6 pm
Worship Service 7 pm


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7 pm
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Discounts will allowed for early payment
2011 Schedule of Discounts:


4% November 2 thru December 1, 2011
3% December 2 thru December 31, 2011
2% January 1 thru January 31, 2012
1% February 1 thru February 28, 2012


Net tax is due in March 2012
Taxes will become delinquent on April 1, 2012
Unpaid Ad Valorem and Non Ad Valorem Tax will
be advertised in May 2012


The Property Tax Department is located on the 2nd floor
of the Taylor County Courthouse and can be contacted at
850-838-3580.


The Motor Vehicle & Fish & Wildlife Department is located
on the 1st floor of the Taylor County Courthouse and can be
contacted at 850-838-3517.


Office Hours Courthouse
8:00 A.M. 5:00 P.M. Monday through Friday


19 North


Drivers License Office
(Old Florida Highway Patrol Building)
Telephone 850-584-2089
Office Hours 8:30 A.M. 5:00 P.M.
Monday through Friday


Tax information may be accessed through our website
www.taylorcountytaxcollector.com


Jack Tedder
Taylor County Tax Collector


Obituaries ar"e


Taylor County Day of Prayer for the Victims of Drug Abuse
Taylor County Noon Day Prayer
and The Taylor County Prayer Initiative
Prayerfully request that Sunday, Dec. 4, be recognized
as a day of prayer for the victims of drug abuse in Taylor
County.
We ask that all churches, organizations, Sunday school
classes, families and other groups take a few minutes
on Sunday, Dec. 4, to ask for God's divine intervention
against the illegal drug trade in Taylor County. The people
of Taylor County have been greatly harmed by drug abuse.
Families have been torn apart. Lives have been lost.
Property has been stolen and destroyed. Children, women
and the elderly have been abused. Jobs have been lost and
prisons are full. But there is hope. God promises to hear
and answ er the fervent effectual prayers of His people.


Taylor County
Veterinary
Medical Associatio '
Dr. T. Fletcher
& Dr. M. Owens
w ill lIe coniducijng a DISCOUNT

VACCINATION
The Taylor County Veterinary Medical Association has
CLINIC donated more than $5,300 to Helping Hands of the Shelter


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A-7 TacoTimes November2,2011


Taylor wins battle of the Bulldogs 34-21


By AARON PORTWOOD
Senior QB Eli Grambling
scored on a 52-yard run to break
a 21-21 third quarter tie and
then threw a 64-yard TD pass
to James Strawter to lead Taylor
County to a 34-21 win against
Suwannee County, Friday night
in Live Oak.
In a back-and-forth dog fight
between two Bulldog programs
headed in different directions,
Suwannee (1-7) surprised Taylor
(5-3) by putting together two
time-consuming touchdown
drives on their first two
possessions to take 7-0 and 14-7
leads.
However, Taylor answered
back by scoring on three of
their first four drives to take a
21-14 lead into halftime and
outscored Live Oak 13-7 in the
third quarter before holding
Suwannee scoreless for the last
quarter and a half.
"Suwannee did a great job of
holding onto the ball and running
effectively early in the game.
They had a huge advantage in
time of possession during the


first half and it is hard for us to
score when we don't have the
ball," Head Coach Steve Price
said.
"Suwannee was pretty good
on the offensive line. We helped
them a lot on their first two
series, with four big penalties on
the first scoring drive and four
more on their next drive, Price
stated.
"A lot of these penalties
would have never been called
back when I played, but when
officials are told to make a point
of emphasis on certain type of
plays during the off-season, we
as coaches really have to impress
on our players to be mindful of
that.
"We have to do a better job
of avoiding the personal foul
penalties like facemasks and
horse collar tackles. We are
doing way too much reaching
and grabbing. We need to get
back to good fundamental form
tackling and moving our feet
to get in good position," Price
added.
Suwannee took the opening
kickoff and drove 79 yards in 12
plays (all on the ground) before
scoring on a 1-yard sweep by
Kyle Stebbins. The long drive
ate almost 7 minutes off the
clock.
Taylor answered with a long
drive of their own, as junior


runningback Jake Smyrnios
(9 carries, 58 yards) and Eli
Grambling (17 carries, 139
yards, 2 TDs) pounded the rock
and picked up big chunks of
yardage before Grambling took
a QB keeper into the endzone
behind great blocks thrown
by Andrew McBride, Blaine
Brenner, Aaron Crews, Justin
McGuire and Taylor Bethea.
Brian Wilder's PAT tied the
game at 7-7 with 49.6 seconds
left in the first quarter.
"Eli played great and Jake had
an extremely good game. Our
offensive line was outstanding
and had their best grades by far
all season," Price said. "James
Strawter played absolutely
fantastic running the ball,
catching passes, blocking and
returning kicks.'
Four straight penalties
against Perry and some hard-
nosed running by Stebbins and
Dalvious McQuay helped Live
Oak put together another long
74-yard, 9-play scoring drive
capped by McQuay's 6-yard TD
run with 9:03 remaining in the


second quarter.
Taylor was forced tq punt, but
got the ball back when Javolis
McNeiT(6 solotadkle, 1 assist)
made a tackle and Justin Becerra
(7 solo, 7 assists, 1 sack; 1 pass
break-up) nearly intercepted a
4th down pass to force Li\ e Oak
to turn the ball over on do\% ns.
Great runs by Smymrios (6
yards), James Strawter (15
yards) and Brion Scdtt (11
yards), followed by short carries
by Smyrnios and Grambling set
up Strawter's 20-yard TD run on
a sweepplay to tie the score at
14-14 with 4:02 left in the half
after Wilder's PAT.
KJ Johnson (9 solo, 4 assists)
and Becerra made big tackles for
loss to force a punt, but Taylor
fumbled on the return to give
Suwannee great field position at
the Perry 29.
Johnson rushed Live Oak
QB Josh Wright into a bad pass
that was picked off by Daniel
Wentworth (3 solo, 4 assists)
and returned 34 yards to the 42-
yard line to give Perry the ball
back with 1:51 left in the second
quarter.,
A 13-yard slant pass to Moral
Stephens (3 catches, 37 yards,
1 TD) and an 8-yard keeper by
Grambling set up a 27-yard
TD pass to Stephens with 1:17
to play in the first half. The
touchdown was made possible


thanks to a block thrown by
Smyrios, who saw a blitzing
linebacker and picked it up just
in time to give Grambling a
chance to throw a perfect pass
over the defense to Stephens in
the back of the endzone.
Wilder's kick gave Taylor a
21-14 advantage.
Connor Bishop and Becerra
combined to make tackles for
loss and force a Suwannee punt
to end the first half.
Perry turned the ball over to
start the second half, as Jalan
Jackson had the ball stripped
away after making a 10-yard
catch.
Live Oak took advantage with
a quick 32-yard drive in just four
plays, as McQuay (32 carries,
119 yards, 2 TDs) picked up
23 yards running up the gut of
the Perry defense and broke six
tackles on an 8-yard TD run with
9:21 left in the third quarter to tie
the game at 21-21.
Taylor County answered back
in less than 18 seconds to take
the lead for good, as Chance
Rodgers had a brilliant 33-yard
kickoff return to near midfield
and Grambling took an option
keeper 52 yards for a touchdown
one play later.
Grambling followed nice
blocks by' Bethea, McBride,
Brenner and Smymios, cut back
at the 30-yard line and then stiff-
armed a defender at the 5-yard
line to give Taylor County a 28-
21 lead after Wilder's PAT.
KJ Johnson came up big on the
ensuing defensive stand, making
back-to-back tackles before
Bishop was hit with a facemask
penalty. Calub Murphy (5 solo, 3
assists), Raydon Parker (6 solo,
2 assists) and Johnson combined
for two tackles for loss and
Parker made a 3rd down stop to
force a punt.
Marcus Hamilton returned the
punt 13 yards and fumbled, but
the ball squirted out of bounds to
allow Taylor to retain possession.
Two plays later Grambling
(7 of 10, 124 yards, 2 TDs, 1
int.) hooked up with Strawter
(3 catches, 77 yards, 1 TD)
on a short pass that Strawter
turned into a 64-yard TD. The
senior wide receiver took a short
pass, juked out two defenders,
side-stepped another and cut
across the field weaving his
way through would-be tacklers
before picking up a huge block
from Jackson that allowed him
to sprint the remaining 20 yards
to the endzone.
Wilder's kick was blocked to
keep the score 34-21 with 4:51
to play in the 3rd quarter.
The Taylor defense took over
the rest of the way, as Wentworth,
Wil Tuten (2 solo, 11 assists),
Parker,Becerra and Darick Ward
(1 solo, 4 assists) all made big
tackles. Evan Grambling (3 solo,
1 assist) came up with a big pass
deflection and had an assist on
a tackle for loss by Becerra and
Ward to force a punt at the end of
the 3rd quarter.
Grambling was intercepted
on a sideline pass intended for
Stephens early in the 4th quarter,
but Brion Scott (3 solo, 2 assists)
and Tuten combined for a stop,
Becerra sacked Wright for a
5-yard loss and Parker made


Taylor County High quarterback Eli Grambling (1 5) runs
yards behind good blocking by his offensive line.
another stop behind the line of trying to work him into our
scrimmage to set up a 3rd and 9. offense," Price said.
Johnson picked off a screen "We have won some tough,
pass and returned it 40 yards for hard-fought games this year,
a touchdown to give Perry a 41- and this was another one. Now
21 lead, but Becerra was flagged we have beat Suwannee three
for roughing the passer and the straight times. We are 5-3 on
play was called back. the season, and our only losses
Murphy, Johnson and Becerra were to some good football
again combined for back-to- teams. We have the opportunity
back tackles for loss and Jackson to win our final two regular
(2 solo, 2 assists) nearly made season games and finish 7-3. I
an interception before Suwannee think we are in a great position
attempted a fake punt that was to make a run in the playoffs,"
sniffed out by Evan Grambling Price added.
and Wentworth. With a Homecoming win over
Tyler Evans (3 solo, 5 assists) District 1-4A foe Marina this
i.~asjhaying a greategaomabefqre Friday night in Perry, aylor
being forced out of the game County will advance the
with a high ankle sprain just one play-offs for the third eight
week after coming back to action year--and for only the 1 time
after knee surgery. Defensive in school history.
lineman KeVarious Franklin had "Our kids had a great atttude
a solid game with 2 solo tackles at practice on Monday. ;They
and 2 assists, while Davis Helm realize we have a whole. bunch
and Smymios each had 1 solo ,.to play,for. If we take care,.of,
tackle and 1 assist. Strawter and
Percy Jacobs each finished with
1 solo tackle.
Eli Grambling ran out the
remaining time on the clock,
following fantastic blocking by
his offensive line and Stephens
and Strawter downfield on four
straight carries before pitching
to Smyrnios for a key first down
at the Suwannee 6-yard line. B
Instead of going for another
score, Price opted to have Date Opponent
Grambling take a knee on the
final two plays to seal the 34-21 Sept, 2 Dixie County
victory.
Taylor finished with 18 first Sept. 9 Wakulla County
downs and 383 total yards (259 Sept. 16 Fort White
rushing, 124 passing) of offense,
compared to 16 first downs and Sept. 23 Madison County
223 total yards (202 rushing) for
Suwannee. Sept, 30 Open Week
Perry was penalized 12 times Oct. 7 DeFuniak Springs-Wi
for 131 yards, while Live Oak
was hit with 10 penalties for 80 Oct. 14 Jefferson County
yards. Taylor County had three
turnovers (1 interception, 2 Oct. 21 East Gadsden
fumbles), while Suwannee had Oct. 28 Suwanee County
one (interception).
"Moral Stephens blocked NOv. 4 Marianna*
really well, Brion and Strawter
ran the ball well, Jake was solid NOV. 11 Florida High**
blocking and carrying the ball
and Raydon Parker was a key
to our offense with the way he Homecoming
blocked on the sweep. We are


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business against Marianna this
week, we are one of a few teams
in the state who are still playing
for something," Price stated.
Taylor County's 1991 team
finished the regular season with
a 5-5 record, but won district
and made a run to the state semi-
finals before losing to eventual
state champs Alachua Santa Fe.
The 1997 state championship
team won the district and
finished the regular season 8-2
before winning five straight
play-off games to clinch the
Class 3A title.
"We've done some great
stiiNgs, anid we have 'he ch.jnce
to do some phenomenal things
this season. I am excited about
this team and what it can still
accomplish," Price said. "I'm
excited about the future and our
chances in the play-offs. We
just have to be sure we win this
Friday\ night so weget in."


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Away 34-0 W
Away 21-30 L
Home 35-28 W
Home 14-55 L


alton Away 52-16 W
Away 37-27 W
Home 13-28 L
Away 34-21 W
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TCHS linebacker Tyler Evans (42) takes down a Suwannee runner during first
quarter action Friday night in Live Oak.


Senior wide receiver James Strawter (6) breaks lose on a run with good downfield
blocking by Jalan Jackson (4) and Brion Scott (5):


YARDSTICK
Taylor Stats Suwannee
18 First Downs 16 ..
32/259 Rushing/Yards 52/202 :
7/10/1 Comp./Passes/Int. 3/8/1
124 Pass Yards 21
383 Total Offense 223
1/30 Punts/Avg. 3/30.7
3/2 Fumbles/Lost 2/0
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The Homecoming King and Queen will be chosen from among this year's senior court. The female court
consists of(from I to r) Ashley Harper, Kristen Blue, Kiley Faircloth, Kristina Wald and Victoria Parga. The male
court includes: (from I to r) Justin McGuire, Blaine Brenner, Tyler McDonald, James Strawter and Kevin Moore.


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The senior football sponsors and escorts include: (from I to r) K.J. Johnson, Melanie MacAfee, DeShon Tuck,
Jalen Johnson, Melanie Jackson, Wil Tuten, Whitney Young and Eli Grambling. Not pictured are football sponsors
Shamouri Island and Bree Kimble.


The Freshman Honor Court consists of (from I to r) Evan Ward, Sunita Baker,
Smyrnios.


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The junior football sponsors and escorts include: (from I to r) Tyler Evans, Kacy Bass, Andrew McBride.
Blanco, Darick Ward, Madison Thomas, Derek Thompson and Katie Brown.


Joining in this week's festivities
will be the auxiliary courts. Above:
The 2011 JROTC homecoming
royalty consists of Queen
Chelsea Snodgrass (front center),
princesses Naomi Hall (front left)
and Makayla Crites, and escorts
(back row, I to r) Gary Davis,
Joseph Franklin and John Arnold.
Right: The 2011 National Honor
Society royalty includes: (from I to
r) King Miraj Patel, Princess Anna
Ferrer and Prince Garret McCoy.
Not pictured is NHS Queen Macy
Gregory.


Taylor County High School's
week-long Homecoming
celebration this year features
the theme "Bulldogs
Internationally Known."
The Homecoming Pep Rally
will be held Thursday, Nov. 3,
in the gymnatorium starting at
6 p.m.
"The Homecoming King and
Queen will be announced that
evening so that they may enjoy
Friday as reigning royalty,"
Homecoming Sponsor Lilly
Brooks said.
"Friday, Nov. 4, will be very
busy with our parade starting at
12:30 p.m. from the high school
parking lot. That evening,
the senior honor court will be
presented at the football field at
6 p.m."
Following the game, the
student council will host the
Homecoming Dance at the
TCHS gym. Pre-sale tickets are
$4 before Friday, Nov. 4 and $5
at the door. Attire for the dance
is semi-formal and no one
wearing jeans will be admitted.


The sophomore football sponsors and escorts include: (from I to r)
Dakota Carter, Evan Grambling, Mitch Stephens and Kelli Evans.


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The deadlines for classified ads
are Monday by 5 p.m for the
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p.m. for the Perry News-Herald.



Small ads...big deals!


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Big Bend Hospice Yard Sale. Saturday,
Nov. 5, 8 a.m.- 1 p.m. DMH Plaza,555
N. Byron Butler Parkway. Accepting
donations of household items,
glassware, toys, baked goods etc. (will
pick them up) We will be selling baked
goods, all donations including bake
goods, must be in by Friday, Nov. 4. Call
Mary Ann for information 850-295-
4985.
11/02


2 Chihuahua puppies, 1 male and 1
female. Six weeks old, house raised,
very cute, AKC registered. $250 each.
Call 584-8618.
BW
Free kittens. six weeks to six months.
Call and leave a message at 850-584-
2671 or 850-672-4037.
11/02-11/04


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ESTATE SALE
UNDER THE BIG TOP
SNEW & USED ITEMS PRICED TO SELL

Furniture Appliances
$1 and $2 DVD's (Music & Games)
Lots of Kitchen Items
I Christmas Decorations
Scentsy Candles & Accessories
Tools Junior Designer Clothes
Adult Handicap Items
S ALL HOUSEHOLD ITEMS

1775 US Hwy 19 North
Next to the Sports Complex I
LOOK FOR SIGNS NO EARLY BIRDS PLEASE
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Yard sale, Saturday, Nov. 5, 6 a.m. till
noon. Various household items. 319
Planation Rd.
11/02-11/04
Yard sale, 2530 Mixon Road, Friday
and Saturday, Nov. 4 & 5,
entertainment center, TV table, misc.
tools, etc. 8 a.m.- until.
11/02,11/04
SYard Sale: everything must go, tearing
house down, next door to 712 N. Wilder
Street. Saturday, Nov. 5, 8 a.m. until.
11/02,11/04
Rummage Sale, Friday and Saturday,
Nov. 4 & 5, 7 a.m. 3 p.m. A little of
everything. At dead end 'of Turner
Road. Look for signs.
11/02,11/04


We
Buy
Scrap
Metal and Junk
Cars
850-838-5865
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Cash for junk cars and trucks. 7 days a
week. Call 386-658-1030 or 904-887-
8513.
12/30

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Honest person found item of value in
US 19 on Festival Day, call Blair at 584-
5791 and describe for return.
10/28-11/02

Weimaraner Dog Found near Adams
Beach. Call 843-1292.
10/28, 11/02



A 2006 5 bedroom, 3 bath bank repo.
On your land del. & set up a/c skirting
and steps, Owners will finance at 8.25
with 5% down for 25 years call 352-
262-4531.
TMH


A 3 bedroom, 2 bath, just in time for
Christmas, free permits & impacts.
Well,' septic, power pole, plumbing
hook ups & free dirt for your pad and
$1000 gift card from Walmart or Best
Buy plus $2500 cash for furniture.
$3300 down, only $545 per month 352-
262-4531,
TMH

Spacious 4 bedroom, 2 bath double
wide includes delivery, setup, code
steps, and AC/heat, skirting. Call 352-
490-7424.
11/02-11/04C&G
RV campsite with utilities included for
$300 per month. Call 850-926-3613 or
850-363-8196.
11/02-11/30


Why pay rent when you can own this
32X60, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, with family
room, and corner fireplace. Call 352-
490-7422 or 877-373-2941 or 877-372-
4941.
11/02-11/04
C&G
Great starter home. 28X44, 3
bedroom, 2 bath includes delivery,
setup, code steps, AC/heat and
skirting. Call 352-490-7422 for more
information.
11/02-11/04
C&G
Home only or land/home packages.
Stop paying rent and making your
landlord richly Call C & G of Chiefland
and become a home owner at last.
352-490-7422 or 877-372-4941.
11/02-11/04
C&G

Don't pay too much for your home until
you call C & G of Chiefland at 352-490-
7422. Lowest prices, highest quality.
11/02-11/04
C&G

Save thousands on this month's
special 2009 Homes of Merit. 4
bedroom, 1.5 baths, with replace. Free
set-up and delivery. 352-490-7422.
11/02-11/04
C&G

Renters wanted to participate in new
government program. Hurry time is
running out. Call today at 352-490-
7422 or 877-372-4941.
11/02-11/11
C&G

Mobile home For Sale by owner, triple
wide on 1/2 acre in Perry, owner
financing available with down payment
(386) 288-1764.
10/28, 11/02


Repos, Repos, Repos.
Call for prices 352-303-8771.
09 16x60 2/2 Giles
99 16x80 3/2 Fleetwood
95 28x64 3/2 Homes of Merit
05 32x80 5/3 Homes of Merit


House for rent. One bedroom, one bath
on Ash Street. Fenced in yard $450
per month plus 450 deposit. Pets ok.
Call 584-2088.
TFN, NW
One bedroom furnished apartment. All
utilities included (electric, water, sewer,
garbage and cable). No smoking. No
pets. $160 a week or $600 a month.
$100 deposit. Call 850-926-3613 or
850-363-8196.
11/02-11/30

3 bedroom, 2 full baths at Keaton
Beach. $500 per month and $500
deposit. Call 843-1301.
11/02-11/04
3 bedroom, 1 bath Stucco house in
Shady Grove. Good neighborhood,
good water. Call 850-838-9514.
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2 bedroom, 2 bath, single wide, big
yard. Proof of income and references
required. $500 month, and $500
security deposit. Call 386-776-2405.
11/02-11/04
For rent. 1 bedroom, 1 bath, 900 sqft.
apartment. $650 per month and $325
security deposit. Includes utilities, pets
extra. Near Keaton Beach. Call 850-
843-1882.
10/07-11/04


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PICTURES
OLD SCHOOL SPORTS JERSEYS/TROPHIES
YEARBOOKS
OLD JERKINS SCHOOL ITEMS/TROPHIES
TAYLOR COUNTY RELICS
OLD METAL TOYS


OLD COINS
OLD PAPER MONEY
SSILVER HALF DOLLARS
( SILVER DOLLARS/ QUARTERS/ DIMES (PRE 1980)
OLD SPORTS CARDS
fl OLD METAL SIGNS
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COMIC BOOKS
BOTTLES
OLD McCOY POTTERY
OLD ROSEVILLE POTTERY
USED HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
USED BEDDING
OLD COSTUME JEWELRY


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
11/30


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
Taking applications for 1 BR/lbath
home located in Everetts Mobile Home
Park, water, sewer and garbage
included in rent. Rent $375, deposit
$300 references required apply in
person Perry Repo Outlet. Ms. Betty
584-7094
EMH

Small 3 bedroom, 1 bath home with
nice front porch on 1 acre of land on
deadend road off Hwy. 98. Just inside
city limits. $550 per month, first, last
and deposit. Call 727-433-4514.
10/26,11/04JP

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HUNT CAMP
Single-wide
mobile home &
3 '.Fll Service
RV sites on
2 acres near
3 Rivers
.Hunt Club
Call
(850) 838-6124

RV spot 30 or 50 AMP on private land
in nice neighborhood. Includes electric,
water, sewer and cable. North side of
Perry, just outside city limits. $300 per
month. Call 850-843-0883.
10/26-11/04JP
2 bedroom, 2 bath, 14x70 mobile
home. Adults only, no pets. Water
included. $575 per month, first and last
months rent, plus $100 cleaning
deposit. Primiative hunting campsites
available, close to San Pedro Bay. Call
584-4114.
10/26-11/04
STEINHATCHEE PLACE RESORT.
Furnished 1 and 2 bedroom
apartments for rent $600 to $800.
Included with rent is full cable t.v.,
Internet, hot tub, one block, one block
to river and new boat landing. Call 352-
498-7740 if no answer 813-677-9640.
SPR
3 bedroom, 2 bath, mobile home on 1
1/2 acres. $400 per month, and $400
Deposit. Pets by landlord's approval.
Call 223-1766
10/28,11/02
Westgate 2 bedroom apartment
available. Water, garbage and electric
included. Dining room kitchen, with
space available for table. Cable with
HBO. $255 weekly or $945 monthly.
Call 786-344-2542.
LS
House for rent. 3 bedroom, 2 bath. 1
family room, 1 living room, in country.
$700 per month plus deposit. RV spot
for rent, $350 per month, includes
water, garbage, electricity, and cable.
Call 850-584-8885.
10/12-11/18
Taking applications for a 2 BR/1 bath, 2
BR/ 2 bath, 3 BR/ 2 bath located in
Everetts Mobile Home Park. Water,
sewer and garbage included in rent.
$475 'a month and a $300 deposit.
Must have references. Apply in person
to Ms. Betty. 584-7094.
EMH

Woodrldge 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'."


Apartment for rent. 1 bedroom, 1 bath.
everything included, water garbage,
electricity, cable with HBO. Everything
furnished. $265 weekly, $950 monthly.
317 N. Byron Butler Pkwy. Skylark
Motel. 850-672-0973.
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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



For Sale or Lease Purchase: New
House in Ocean Pond Subdivision only
a few miles from Keaton Beach, Fl.
1568 sqft 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.
10/7-11/18
Must See
For Sale By Owner: 4 bedroom, 2
baths, new appliances, real oak floors.
203 Cypress Road. Asking 78,500
OBO. Call 843-1301.
11/02-11/30
SECLUDED, but in a very desirable
area, convenient to town and schools;
5-9 acres off Morgan-Whiddon Rd.;
perfect for a custom-built home in a
country setting; $9,000 per acre; day
850-578-2039, even. 850-578-2547.
10/28-11/09 BR
CONVENIENT to all schools and town,
2 acres located on Ellison Rd.; country
setting, on a quiet road with large oak
trees; $17,500, call Beach Realty Gulf
Coast, 850-578-2039; go to
www.beachrealtyfla.com for more info.
10/28-11/09 BR



1998 Z71 4x4 $5400
2001 Elantra $3494.
2004 Sebring $5900
1994 Blazer $2500.
1993 Crown Vic $1900.
1993 Ranger $1699.
Trade ins Welcome.
850-584-8900
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1996 Chevy Astro Van, teal color, good
shape, runs good, uses no fluids and
needs transmission. $500, call 838-
7983.
10/28,11/02



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.
11/04


J 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
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Selling from
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Rowell Realty & Auction Co., Inc.
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Taylor Correctional Institution is
accepting applications for
Correctional Officer positions
Trainee rate of pay is $1,077.20
biweekly. Certified rate of pay is
$1,184.92 biweekly.
Applicants must be at least 19 years of
age with high school diploma or
equivalent willing to take a drug and
physical exam and possess a Valid
Driver's License.
Applicants must pass a background
investigation, which includes, after July
1, 1981 no felony convictions .or a
misdemeanor involving perjury or false
statement, nor have received
dishonorable discharge from any of the
Armed Forces of the United States. In
addition, a misdemeanor conviction of
domestic violence prohibits
employment.
Contact the recruitment office at 850-
838-4034 for more information or apply
on-line at peoplesfirst.myflorida.com
The Department is an- Equal
Opportunity employer. If you require an
accommodation to participate in the
application. Selection process, please
contact the hiring authority or
personnel office in advance. Certain
veterans and spouses of veterans
receive preference in employment by
the state as provided by Chapter 295,
Florida Statutes, and are encouraged
to apply.
10/21-11/02TCI
Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners
Grants Administrative Secretary (Part
STime) -$11.88 per hour. Applications
and job description can be obtained
from www.taylorcountygov.com;
MOBILE CAREER LAB at Perry
Square (Save A Lot and Goodwill
parking lot) on Tuesdays, Wednesdays,
or Thursday 9 a.m. 4 p.m.; or
workforce. Positions are open until
filled. Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners is an EOE, VPM, DT,
background check.
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Registered Pharmacy Technician.
Must be registered as a pharmacy
technician with the Florida Board of
Pharmacy or be enrolled in a
pharmacy technician training program
approved by the Board of Pharmacy.
Drug test and background check will be
required. Apply in person at O'Quinn
Pharmacy. No phone calls.
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Immediate opening for a full time
Maintenance Supervisor at an
apartment community in Perry, Florida.
Need motivated individual with
previous experience in general
maintenance-plumbing, sheet rock,
electrical and carpentry. Must have
valid drivers license. Competitive
salary and benefits package offered.
EOE and Drug Free Workplace. Send
resumes to: humanresources@toyal-
american.com or fax to (850) 914-
8470.
11/02-11/11




Cleaning service and/or sitting with the
elderly. Please call Sonja at 850-584-
6017 or 850-295-0476. Reasonable
rates!
10/12-10/28

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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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.
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*Tree Trimming
*Tree Removal
*Debris Removal
*Bucket truck use
*Bush Hogging
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Call today!
850-838-5923 or 850-584-8191
Mark A. Moneyhan
Licensed and Insured
Certified Quality Specialist.


IN THE COUNTY COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO 62-2011-CC-177-00A-01
JAMES MICHAEL SIMPSON
Plaintiff,
JOHN HENRY SIMPSON, JR
SHAWN CHRISTOPHER SIMPSON
Defendant
NOTICE OF ACTION NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN THAT A PETITION TO DETERMINE
OWNERSHIP OF A MOTOR VEHICLE
DESCRIBED AS 2000 Ford Pickup-truck
AND WHOSE VIN #
1FTYR10V4YTA09823, HAS BEEN FILED
AND YOU ARE REQUIRED TO SERVE A
COPY OF YOUR WRITTEN
OBJECTIONS, IF ANY, ON JAMES
MICHAEL SIMPSON, 509 WEST SIDE
AVENUE, PERRY, FL 32347 WHO IS THE
PETITIONER, ON OR BEFORE
DECEMBER 01, 2011, AND FILE THE
ORIGINAL WITH THE CLERK OF THE
COURT EITHER BEFORE SERVICE ON
THE PETITIONER, OR IMMEDIATELY
THEREAFTER; OTHERWISE, A DEFUALT
WILL BE ENTERED FOR THE RELIEF
DEMANDED IN THE PETITION.
WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL OF THIS
COURT ON THE 31ST DAY OF
OCTOBER, 2011 AT TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
BY:SALINA FORD
DEPUTY CLERK

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 11-114-CA
Joyce A. Fleming N/K/A
Joyce A. Chezem
Plaintiff.
vs.
Clay Glenn Miller
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS GIVEN that In accordance
with the amended Uniform Final
Judement of Foreclosure entered on
October. 11, 2011 In Civle Action No.
11-114-CA In the Ccult Court, In and
fore taylor County, Florida. In which
Joyce A Fleming, n/k/a Joyce A.
Chezem Is the Plaintiff and Clay Glen
Miller is the Defendent, I will sell to the
highest bidder for cash, In front of the
main entrance of the Taylor County
Courthouse, Perry, Florida, at 11:00
AM on Tuesday, November 15, 2011,
the real property described as
follows, to wit:
LOTS 13,14, 15 AND 16 OF BLACK 58
OF THE STEINHATCHEE SUBDIVISION,
AS PER A PLAT RECORDED IN THE
OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT, TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA.
PROPERTY ALSO TO INCLUDE A 1973
RICHW MOBILE HOME ID# 782.
DATED this 28 day of October, 2011.


Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Courts
By: Martl Lee DC
Deputy Clerk
11-02

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
National Tax Asset Group LLC the
holder of the following certificate
had 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 83
Year of Issuance 2009
Description of Property:
Parcel Number R01754-210
Commence at the Northeast corner
of Section 21, Township 2 South,
Range 7 East, thence run South 01D
13M 37S West 499.62 feet to a point;
thence run North 88D 40M 26S West
1951.30 feet to the centerline of a 60
foot easement; thence run along
said centerline North 26D 58M 08S
East 136.81 feet; thence North 13D
11M 29S East 120.77 feet; thence run
North 00D 35M 55S West 37.32 feet;
thence run North 02D 09M 17S West
184.77 feet; thence run North 09D
25M 37S to the North boundary line of
Section 21; thence run along said
North boundary line South 88D 46M
56S East 1874.20 feet to the Point of
Beginning, containing 21.52 acres
more or less. Subject to easements;
Recorded In official records 564
page 255.
Name In which assessed Angelo
Gouse
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 14th day of November,
2011 at 11:00 o'clock a.m.
Dated this 7th day of October, 2011
, Signature: Annie Mae Murphy
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida
10/12,19,26, 11/02

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Allan.
W Jones Trust 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 whlxh the property was
*assessed are as follows:
Certflcate number: 99
Year od Issuance: 2008


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Description of Property:
Parcel Number R07166-524
Commence at the Northeast corner
of Section 4, Township 3 South, Range
9 East, and run South 00D OOM 00S
East, a distance of 1694.42 feet to the
Point of Beginning, from said Point of
Beginning continue South 00D OOM
OOS East, a distance of 1820.43 feet to
the centerllne of Farr Road; thence
along said centerline run North 89D
55M 15S West, a distance of 1196.42
feet; thence leaving said centerline
run North 00D OOM OOS East, a
distance of 1820.43 feet; thence
South 89D 55M 15S East, a distance of
1196.42 feet to the Point of Beginning
containing 50.00 acres, more or less.
Subject to easements, of record,
Name in which assessed Taylor Water
Bay LLC
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 5th day of December,
2011 at 11:00 o'clock a.m.
Dated this 31th day of October, 2011
Signature: Annie Mae Murphy
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Taylor County, Florida
11/02,11/09, 11/16, 11/23

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
National Tax Asset Group LLC 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 1169
Year of Issuance 2009
Description of Property:
Parcel Number R09038-120
Commence at the Northeast corner
of Section 4, Township 3 South, Range
9 East, and run South 00D OOM OOS
East, a distance of 1694.42 feet to the
Point of Beginning, from said Point of
Beginning continue South 00D OOM
00S East, a distance of 1820.43 feet to
the centerline of Farr Road; thence
along said centerline run North 89D
55M 15S West, a distance of 1196.42
feet; thence leaving said centerline
run North 00D OOM OOS East, a
distance of 1820.43 feet; thence
South 89D 55M 15S East, a distance of
1196.42 feet to the Point of Beginning
containing 50.00 acres, more or less.
Recorded in official records 599,
page 532
Name In which assessed Jacques
Annllus ETAL
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


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14th day of November, 2011 at 11:00
o'clock a.m.
Dated this 7th day of October, 2011
Signature: Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida
10/12,19,26, 11/02

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
National Tax Asset Group LLC 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 135
Year of Issuance 2009
Description of Property:
Parcel Number R01895-870
Commence at a concrete
monument marking the Northeast
corner of Section 1, Township 3 South,
Range 7 East, Taylor County, Florida
and run south 00D 25M 29S East,
along the East boundary of said
Section 1, a distance of 1901.10 feet
for a POINT OF BEGINNING, thence
from said POINT OF BEGINNING run
South 89D 34M 31S West, a distance
of 1328.91 feet to a point In the
centerllne of an 80 foot wide
roadway, utility and drainage
easement, thence South 57D 27M
24S West, along said centerline, a
distance of 146.47 feet to a point,
thence run South 71D 06M 49S West,
along said centerline, a distance of
* /112.51 feet to a point, thence leaving
.said centerline, run South 19D 47M
08S East, a distance of 681.02 feet to
the Northeast corner of the
Northwest Quarter of the Southeast
Quarter of said Section 1, thence
North 89D 15M 28S East, along the
South boundary of the Northeast
Quarter of said Section 1, a distance
of 1333.93 feet to the Southeast
corner of the Northeast Quarter of
said Section .1, thence North OOD 25M
29S West, along the East boundary of
said Section 1, a distance of 748.63
feet to the Point of Beginning.
Containing 24.93 acres more or less.
Subject to easements, Recorded in
official records 574 page 151.
Name in which being assessed
Deborah L Henriksen ETAL
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 14th day of November,
2011 at 11:00 o'clock a.m.
Dated this 7th day of October, 2011
Signature: Annie Mae Murphy
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida
10/12,19,26, 11/02


Times November 2, 2011





NOICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DFED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
National Tax Asset Group LLC 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 1188
Year of Issuance 2009
Description of Property:
Parcel Number R09042-480
Commence at the Northeast corner
of Section 6, Township 3 South, Range
9 East, and run North 89D- 20M 39S
East, a distance of 6452.43 feet to the
centerline of West Boundary road;
Thence along said centerline the
following courses: North 61D 18M 43S
East, a distance of 159.65 feet;
Thence North 57D 54M 42S East, a
distance of 258,72 fee to the
Intersection of said centerline and
the centerline of Max Road; Thence
along said centerline the Following
course: South a distance of 165.68
feet; Thence South 20D 11 M 30s East,
a distance of 371.15 feet; Thence
South 33D 56M 11S East, a distance of
1086.80 feet; Thence South 22D 05M
24S East, a distance of 405.57 feet;
Thence South 13D 44M 56S East, a
distance of 612.95 feet; Thence South
08D 47M 05S East, a distance of
605.40 feet; Thence south 03D 26M
58S West, a distance of 334.26 feet;
thence South 03D 42M 14S East, a
distance of 1251.36 feet; Thence
South 04D 42M 24S West, a distance
of 293.60 feet; thence South 04D 08M
30S West, a distance of 776.84 feet to
the Point of Beginning, from said
Point of Beginning and leaving said
centerline run South 89D 25M 44S
East, a distance of 1912.62 feet;
Thence South 12D 22M 42 S Eat,
distance of 877.49 feet; Thence North
89D 25M 44S West, a distance of
2166.14 feet to the centerline of Max
road; Thence along said centerline
the following courses: North 05D 16M
13S East, a distance of 178.58 feet;
Thence North 04D 08M 30S East, a
distance of 678.51 feet to the Point of
Beginning containing 40.01 acres,
more or less. Together with
easements. Recorded in official
records 556, Page 278.
Name in which assessed Jean R
Fevelien & Joseph H Desir
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 14th day of November,
2011 at 11:00 o'clock a.m.
Dated this 7th day of October, 2011
Signature: Annie Mae Murphy
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida
10/12,19,26, 11/02


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This proud hunter got a Florida trifecta With a wild hog, a nice buck and a gobbler.


Deer meeting set for Feb. 26-29


The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) will host the 2012
Southeast Deer Study Group
(SEDSG) meeting Feb. 26-29,
2012, at the Sandestin Golf and
Beach Resort in Sandestin. This
will be the 35th annual meeting
of deer biologists, managers,
researchers and enthusiasts.
Hosted on a rotating basis
by a different southeastern


state wildlife agency's deer
management section, the
conference provides deer
biologists, managers and
researchers a venue for
presenting their most recent
findings on deer biology
and management. Florida
previously hosted the event,
the largest annual meeting of
its kind across the Southeast, in
Orlando in 1996.


The theme for this year's
meeting is: "Shifting Paradigms:
Are Predators Changing the
Dynamics of Managing Deer in
the Southeast?" In recent years,
there has been an increasing
interest in the role predators
play in regards to managing
deer in the Southeast.
As was demonstrated at the
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Hunting season goes



into full swing here


BYTONYYOUNG
November means the 2011-
12 huntin' season's in full
swing. In this month's column,
I cover most everything you
need to know about general
gun, fall turkey, quail and gray
squirrel, snipe and the second
phase of mourning and white-
winged dove seasons.
The first thing you need to do
is pick up a $17 Florida resident
hunting license. Non-residents
pay $46.50 for a 10-day license
or $151.50 for 12 months.
If you plan to hunt one
of Florida's many wildlife
management areas (WMAs),
you'll also need a $26.50
management area permit,
but don't forget to study the
brochure for the specific area
you plan to hunt because dates,
bag limits and rules differ
greatly from area to area.
You can get these brochures
at the tax collector's office
near each WMA, or you can
download them from MyFWC.
com/Hunting.
You can buy your license and
permits by calling 888-HUNT-
FLORIDA or online at www.
fl.wildlifelicense.com. Have
your credit card ready. You
also can purchase them from a
tax collector's office and most
retail outlets that sell hunting
and fishing supplies.
The general gun season runs
Nov. 5 Jan. 22 in Zone C; Dec.
3 Feb. 19 in Zone B; and in
Zone A, the second phase of
general gun season runs Nov.
19 Jan. 1. In Zone D, it starts
Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 24)
and lasts four days through
Nov. 27. Two weeks later, the
season re-opens Dec. 10 and


runs through Feb. 19.
Hunters can take bucks having
at least one antler 5 inches or
longer, but anyone hunting deer
in Florida must have the $5 deer
permit. On private lands, the
daily bag limit for deer is two,
but during some quota hunts on
WMAs, the bag limit is only
one deer. In some cases, there
are antler restrictions, so read
the particular WMA brochure
before hunting.
On private lands, hunters can
take wild hogs year-round with
no bag or size limits. On most
- but not all WMAs, there's
also no bag or size limit on
wild hogs, and hunters can take
them during any hunting season
except spring turkey. Again,
check the WMA brochure to be
certain.
The highly anticipated
antlerless deer season, often
called "doe week," is Nov. 19-
25 (Thanksgiving week) in
zones A and C, and Dec. 26-
Jan. 1 (Christmas week) in
zones B and D.
During doe week, the daily
bag limit is one buck and one
doe, or two bucks. You may
not take two does in one day as
you can during archery season,
and spotted fawns are never
legal game. By the way, WMAs
do not have an antlerless deer
season.
If you hunt with deer
dogs anywhere in Florida,
special rules and registration
requirements may apply, so call
the FWC for details.
Fall turkey season in Zone A
is Nov. 19 Jan. 1. In zones B
and C, it runs Dec. 3 Jan. 29
and Nov. 5 Jan. 1, respectively.
And in Zone D, fall turkey


season is Nov. 24-27 and Dec.
10 Jan. 15, except for Holmes
County, where there is no fall
turkey season.
Only bearded turkeys and
gobblers are legal game, and
you must have a turkey permit
($10 for residents; $125 for
nonresidents) to hunt them.
The bag limit is one bird
per day, and a total of two
during the archery, crossbow,
muzzleloading gun and fall
turkey seasons combined.
Quail and gray squirrel season
runs statewide Nov. 12 March
4. There's a daily bag limit of
12 for each, but shooting fox
squirrels is against the law.
Shooting hours for deer,
turkeys, quail and gray squirrels
is a half-hour before sunrise to a
half-hour after sunset. All legal
rifles, shotguns, muzzleloaders,
bows, crossbows and pistols
are legal for taking these
resident game animals during
the general gun, antlerless deer,
fall turkey, and quail and gray
squirrel seasons.
Florida snipe hunting ranks
second in the nation for the
number of birds harvested each
year. That season runs Nov. 1 -
Feb. 15 statewide. The second
phase of the mourning and
white-winged dove season also
comes in this month and runs
Nov. 12-27. Shooting hours
for migratory game birds are
one-half hour before sunrise to
sunset. The bag limit for snipe
is eight; for doves, the bag limit
is 15.
You must get a no-cost
migratory bird permit if you
plan to hunt snipe, doves or any
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10 Florida Dni SeasonDuatesandBagLrini rcher Seon and


Deer (1)






Must have $5
Deer Permit
as well as
hunting
license to
hunt deer.


Fall turkey
(gobblers and
bearded only)
(T)


Quail (D)
Gray squirrel
(D)


Spring turkey
(gobblers and
bearded only)
(4)


Zone A


Zone B






Zone C


Archeryv eason (A)
July 30 Aug. 28
Antlered or antlerless deer
by bow only


I~ __


Oct. 15 Nov. 13
Antlered or antlerless deer
by bow only




Sept. 17 Oct. 16
Antlered or antlerless deer
by bow only


I I


Zone D


Zone A


Oct. 22 Nov. 23
Antlered or antlerless deer
by bow only


July 30 Aug. 28
by bow only


Lrossbow season ()
July 30 Aug. 28
Antlered or antlerless deer
by crossbow or bow only
Aug. 29- Sept. 2
Antlered deer only
by crossbow or bow


Oct. 15 Nov. 13
Antlered or antlerless deer
by crossbow or bow only
Nov. 14-18
Antlered deer only
by crossbow or bow
Sept. 17- Oct. 16
Antlered or antlerless deer
by crossbow or bow only
Oct. 17-21
Antlered deer only
by crossbow or bow
Oct. 22 Nov. 23
Antlered or antlerless deer
by crossbow or bow only
Nov. 28 Dec. 2
Antlered deer only
by crossbow or bow


July 30 Sept. 2
by crossbow or bow only


ivuzzieioading Uun Season(M
Sept. 3-16
Antlered deer only
by muzzleloader, crossbow or
bow


Nov. 19 Dec. 2
Antlered deer only
by muzzleloader, crossbow or
bow



Oct. 22 Nov. 4
Antlered deer only
by muzzleloader, crossbow or
bow


Dec. 3-9 and Feb. 20-26
Antlered deer only
by muzzleloader, crossbow or
bow


Sept. 3-16
by muzzleloader, crossbow or
bow only


Glllenerail oll nIui u)
Sept. 17 Oct. 16 and Nov. 19 Jan. 1
Antlered deer entire season;
antlerless deer may be taken Nov. 19-25
by all legal centerfire rifles and pistols,
shotguns, muzzleloaders, crossbows and
bows (2)


Dec. 3 Feb. 19
Antlered deer entire season;
antlerless deer may be taken Dec. 26-Jan. 1
by all legal centerfire rifles and pistols,
shotguns, muzzleloaders, crossbows and
bows
Nov. 5- Jan. 22
Antlered deer entire season;
antlerless deer may be taken Nov. 19-25
by all legal centerfire rifles and pistols,
shotguns, muzzleloaders, crossbows and
bows


Nov. 24-27 and Dec. 10 Feb. 19
Antlered deer entire season;
antlerless deer may be taken Dec. 26-Jan. 1
by all legal centerfire rifles and pistols,
shotguns, muzzleloaders, crossbows and
bows


Fall Turkey Season
Oct. 3-16 and Nov. 19 -Jan. 1
by all legal rifles, shotguns, muzzleloaders,
crossbows, bows and pistols


Zone B Oct. 15 Nov. 13 Oct. 15 Nov. 18 Nov. 19 Dec. 2 Dec. 3 Jan. 29
by bow only by crossbow or bow only by muzzleloader, crossbow or by all legal rifles, shotguns, muzzleloaders,
bow only crossbows, bows and pistols
Zone C Sept. 17- Oct. 16 Sept. 17 Oct. 21 Oct. 22 Nov. 4 Nov. 5 Jan. 1
by bow only by crossbow or bow only by muzzleloader, crossbow or by all legal rifles, shotguns, muzzleloaders,
bow only crossbows, bows and pistols


Zone D (3)


Oct. 22 Nov. 23
by bow only


,Oct. 22 Nov. 23
and Nov. 28 Dec. 2
hv crrnhonw or how nnlv


Dec. 3-9
by muzzleloader, crossbow or
how only


Nov. 24-27 and Dec. 10 -Jan. 15
by all legal rifles, shotguns, muzzleloaders,
crossbows, bows and pistols


first phase of Crossbow
Season, daily bag limit is:
2 antlered deer
or
1 antlered deer and
1 antlerless deer
or
2 antlerless deer.

During Antlerless Deer
Season (Nov. 19-25 in zones
A and C; Dec. 26-
Jan. 1 in zones B and D),
daily bag limit is:
2 antlered deer
or
1 antlered deer and
1 antlerless deer.

During all other seasons
(including second phase of
Crossbow Season),
daily bag limit is
2 antlered deer,
and antlerless deer
may be taken by
antlerless deer permit only.

Possession limit: 4 deer


Daily bag limit: 1





Season and possession limit:
2 for all fall seasons
combined


I -- 9 L .U., _____


Zone A



Zone B


July 30 Aug. 28
by bow only

Oct. 15 Nov. 11
by bow only


July 30 Sept. 2
by crossbow or bow only


Oct. 15 Nov. 11
by crossbow or bow only


Sept. 3-16
by muzzleloader, crossbow or
bow only


Nov. 12 March 4
by all legal rifles, shotguns, muzzleloaders,
crossbows, bows and pistols
Nov. 12 March 4
by all legal rifles, shotguns, muzzleloaders,
crossbows, bows and pistols


Zone C Sept. 17 -Oct. 16 Sept. 17 Oct. 21 Oct. 22 Nov. 4 Nov. 12 March 4
by bow only by crossbow or bow only by muzzleloader, crossbow or by all legal rifles, shotguns, muzzleloaders,
bow only crossbows, bows and pistols


Zone D


Zone A




Zones B,
C, D
except
Holmes
County

Holmes
County


Oct. 22 Nov. 11
by bow only


Oct. 22- Nov. 11
by crossbow or bow only


Youth Spring Turkey Hunt(5) Spring Turkey Season (T)


Feb. 25-26
by all legal rifles, shotguns,
muzzleloaders, crossbows,
bows and pistols
March 10-11
by all legal rifles, shotguns,
muzzleloaders, crossbows,
bows and pistols


March 10-11
by all legal rifles, shotguns,
muzzleloaders, crossbows,
bows and nistols


March 3-April 8
by all legal rifles, shotguns,
muzzleloaders,
crossbows, bows and pistols
March 17 April 22
by all legal rifles, shotguns,
muzzleloaders,
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March 17- April 1
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Quail
Daily bag limit: 12
Possession limit: 24




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Possession limit: 24


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Possession limit: 2


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Possession limit: 24

Wild hog, Statewide Year-round by all legal rifles, shotguns, muzzleloaders, crossbows, bows and pistols. Hunting license not required on private property. Wild No limits
hogs also may be trapped but cannot be transported alive without permit from the Florida Dept. of Agriculture at 850-410-0900. (D)
Bobcat (D)(F) Statewide Dec. 1- March 1 Those with a hunting license may possess no more than 1 bobcat and 1 otter pelt between April 1 and Nov. 30, Bobcat: No limits
by all legal rifles, shotguns, 2012, unless pelt has FWC tag. Also, otter and bobcat pelts may not be taken out of Florida unless tagged.
Otter (F) muzzleloaders, crossbows, Bobcats may be chased with dogs year-round. Otter: No limits
bows and pistols

Raccoon, Statewide Year-round Hunting raccoons or opossums at night is allowed, but only .22-caliber rimfire firearms (other than .22-mag-
opossum, by all legal rifles, shotguns, nums) or single-shot .410-gauge shotguns (using shot not larger than size 6) may be used.. Firearms may not be
coyote, muzzleloaders, crossbows, loaded until immediately prior to shooting raccoons or opossums. Hunting raccoons or opossums by displaying No limits on any species
beaver, bows and pistols (D)(F) or using lights from moving vehicles, vessels or animals is prohibited. It is illegal to transport wild-trapped live
skunk, nutria raccoons within, into or from the state, except by FWC permit or authorization.



Deer-dog Zone A Aug. 13- Sept. 1 Those with a hunting license may train or toughen free-running deer dogs on private property during daylight hours, after first registering (at
training Zone B, D Oct. 29Nov. 17 no cost) the tract of land with the FWC. While training, all deer dogs must have their FWC-issued registration number, along with the owner's
name and address on their collars. Copies of the registration must be in the hunter's possession when training deer dogs.
Zone C Oct. 1-20


(A) Must have $5 Archery Season Permit as well as hunting license. Itis prohibited to use bows equipped with sights or aiming devices with electronic computational capabilities or light (laser)
projection during Archery Season.

(C) Must have $5 Crossbow Season Permit as well as hunting license.

(M) Must have $5 Muzzleloading Gun Season Permit as well as hunting license. The only muzzleloaders that can be used during Muzzleloading Gun Season are those that take black powder or a non-
nitro-cellulose substitute and are fired by wheel lock, flintlock, percussion cap or centerfire primer (including 209 primers). Muzzleloaders using smokeless powder, those that can be loaded from
the breech or those with self-contained cartridge ammunition capabilities are not legal during Muzzleloading Gun Season.

(D) Free-running dogs may be used for hunting but must wear collars listing the owner's name and address. When using dogs to hunt deer on private property, hunters must first register with the FWC
(at no cost) the tract of land they have permission to hunt, and all deer dogs must have their FWC-issued registration number on their collars. Copies of the registration also must be in hunter's
possession when using dogs to pursue deer.

(T) Must have Turkey Permit ($10 for residents, $125 for nonresidents) as well as hunting license to hunt turkeys.

(F) Furbearers may be taken with live traps and snares, but must have $26 Trapping License. Live traps and snares must be checked at least every 24 hours. Using or possessing steel or leg-hold traps
where wildlife might be found Is prohibited, unless authorized by permit from the FWC executive director. Trapping License also is required to sell hide and meat of furbearing mammals year-
round, but otter and bobcat pelts may be sold to licensed fur dealers or agents from Dec. 1 through March 31 only. It is illegal to transport wild-trapped live raccoons within, into or from the state,
except by FWC permit or authorization.

(1) Antlered deer Deer having at least one antler 5 or more inches in length visible above the hairline.
Antlerless deer Deer (except spotted fawns) that do not have antlers or have antlers less than 5 inches In length.
It is illegal to take spotted fawns.
(2) No antlerless deer may be taken on that portion of the eastern Everglades south of Tamlami Trail (U.S. 41) and east of Everglades National Park; or in Collier County south of 1-75 during Antlerless
Deer Season.

(3) In Holmes County, there is no fall harvest of turkeys allowed.

(4) When hunting spring turkeys on wildlife management areas, only shotguns and muzzleloading shotguns using shot no larger in diameter than No. 2 may be used. Bows and crossbows, where
allowed, also may be used. All rifles, pistols, buckshot and slugs are prohibited. This rule does not apply to hunting spring turkeys on private lands.

(5) Only youths under 16 years old are allowed to harvest a turkey while supervised by an adult, 18 years or older. However, adult supervisors with a hunting license and turkey permit are allowed to
"call in" the turkey and otherwise participate in the hunt, but they are not permitted to harvest one. Any turkey harvested during the Youth Spring Turkey Hunt counts toward the youth hunter's
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Wild hogs second only to deer in hunting popularity


The wild pig (Sus scrofa),
also called the wild hog, wild
boar or feral pig, is not a Florida
native and may have been


introduced by Spanish explorer
Hernando DeSoto as early as
1539.
They occur in all of Florida's
67 counties within a wide
variety of habitats, but prefer
oak-cabbage palm hammocks,
freshwater marshes and sloughs
and pine flatwoods. Wild pigs
can reach weights of more than
150 pounds and be 5-6 feet
long. They usually travel in
small family groups or alone.


''Wild pigs are omnivorous
(eating all kinds of foods, both
plants and animals) and feed by
rooting with their broad snouts.
They may cause disturbance
of the soil and ground cover
vegetation and leave the area
looking like a plowed field.
Trying to prevent wild
pigs from coming onto your
:property is usually futile, but
adequate fencing can keep them
6ut of small yards and gardens.


On private property, nuisance
pigs may be trapped using pens
with trap doors and baited with
acorns or old corn. Trapped
animals may not be released
on public land, and can only
be released on private property
with landowner permission.
See the Florida Department
of Agriculture and Consumer
Services' Regulations for
Trapping and Transporting
Feral Swine.


Wild pigs are legally defined
as wildlife and are the second-
most popular, large animal
hunted in Florida (second only
to the white-tailed deer).
On private property with
landowner permission, wild
pigs may be hunted year
round using rifles, shotguns,
crossbows, bows or pistols.
There is no size or bag limit,
and you may harvest either
sex. Also, no hunting license is


required.
On wildlife management
areas (WMAs), hogs may be
taken during most hunting
seasons, except spring turkey.
But, if it's during archery
season, you must use a bow
- during muzzleloading gun
season, you can only use a
muzzleloader. And, you do
need a hunting license as well
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Deer hunting 101


The best deer hunting tips are
the ones that you figure out for
yourself and can offer to others.
After all, few things feel better
than finding the way that works
for you. Of course, until you
reach that point, here are some
deer hunting tips to help you get
there.
Deer are generally
Crepuscular: they are 'often
active at dawn and dusk and
sleep during the middle of the


day and night.
This does not, however,
mean that you will not see them
feeding during the middle of the
day.
Go scouting. Do this during
early to late summer. When you
scout, be as careful as if you are
actually hunting. Stay quiet and
do not leave much scent.
Find the food source that the
deer will be eating during the
hunting season.
Look for trees that will have
the most acorns.
Look for areas with greens
like clover or rye covering the
ground.
Look for deer trail routes.
The ones with the freshest


More deer managed
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MEETING
Continued from page 2
Texas meeting in 2010, more
nd more deer populations are
being managed intensively.
With increasing intensity
comes increased expectations
and the intrinsic value of
each individual deer is
increased.
SThe loss of deer to predators
ay depress deer populations
below desired levels in some
i I


portions of the Southeast,
while in other high-density
areas, predator impacts may
be beneficial to deer managers
because they may assist in
thinning out the herd in areas
where deer populations need to
be decreased.
Learning more about
the predators' role in the
management of the deer in
the Southeast will be critical
for deer managers in the 21st
Century.


Bag limits apply on WMAs


WILD HOGS
continued from page 6


to hunt wild pigs on WMAs -
where on some, daily bag limits
on wild pigs do apply, and on


4s management area permits a few, there's even a minimum
d any other necessary permits size limit on what you can take.

WC provides online

hotline for dove fields


FULL SWING
continued from page 2
9ther migratory game birds.
SThe FWC even provides
an online "Dove Hunter's
Hotline" that gives up-to-
ate .information on Florida's
public dove fields. The address
s MyFWC.com/Dove, and
'updated every- Thursday
throughout the dove season.


Information includes dove
densities, previous week's
harvests ard field conditions.
Whether small-game hunting
with friends and family or
hunting solo, going after that
monster buck, boar hog or big
tom, Novemberrings4loadssof ':
great hunting opportunities.
Here's wishing you a happy
Thanksgiving and a successful
hunting season.


tracks are the best.
If you are going to set up
any sort of hunting stand, be
sure to set it up pre-season,
before the deer start feeding in
that area. Otherwise, you can
scare them off.
Mark your "hot spots" on a
GPS.
Also be sure to take lots of
notes. Do not expect to simply
remember everything. You
want to write down everything
that you find.
You can find where the
bucks are if you scout during
the pre-season, right after the
bucks have rubbed the velvet
from their antlers. During this
time, the rut (mating season)
a buck is going to leave more
markings on trees than he will
afterward.
Look for areas with thick
and dense brush. It is in areas
like this that deer like to sleep.
You can set up on the outskirts
of such an area... somewhere
where you will be able to see
better.
Remain still! Do not move
unless absolutely necessary!
Do not fall asleep! This


can be tricky when you remain
so still, but falling asleep
not only will lose you your
deer, but it can also be quite
dangerous if you are up in a tree
stand.
Use special products to
mask your scent. Deer have an
excellent sense of smell.
Keep the wind direction
in mind. Stay downwind of
whatever feeding or sleeping
spot, etc. you are "staking out."
Constantly check for changes in
the wind.
Wear a harness if using a
tree stand.
Move the site of your tree
stand around. You do not want'
your deer to start association
deer stands with humans!
Try to avoid walking aloig
a deer trail or even walk parallel
to one. Take the back route'i,.;
walk up streams, etc.
Be sure to always be ready.
Make sure that you haiye
checked your equipment right
when you get to the stand, not
once a deer is already out!
The majority of deer are
shot downwind from a food
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2. Treat every firearm with the same respect due
a loaded firearm.

3. Identify your target and what is beyond it.
Know the identifying features of the game you
hunt.

4. Be sure the barrel and action are clear of obstruc-
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proper size for the firearm you are carrying.

5. Unload firearms when not in use. Leave the
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6. Never point a firearm at anything you do no want
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7. Never climb a fence or tree, or jump a ditch or
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Region sports WMAs with non-quota periods


There are quite a few WMAs
in the North Central Region that
have non-quota periods during
general gun season.


Three units of the Big Bend
WMA are open during the
general gun hunting. Those
are Hickory Mound, Spring


Creek and Tide Swamp. On
Hickory Mound, no permit is
required after the first 16 days
of the season. Spring Creek is


Mean Conception Dates of White-tailed Deer in Florida


Peak


Rut


Dates


Data Source
Deer Breeding Chronology Project 2009-2011
McCown 1997
0 50 100 150 200
Miles


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open after nine days and Tide
Swamp doesn't have a permit
requirement at all. However,
Tide Swamp requires a buck to
have at least three points on one


side of its antlers to be legal.
The habitat on all three units
is primarily hammock, with
some upland flatwoods and
sandhill habitats.


Jena WMA, located in Dixie
County, stretches along the
coast south of Steinhatchee. It's
under quota for the first nine
days, but is open after that.


Buck registry established in 1982


The Florida Buck Registry
was established in 1982 to
provide hunters with a record of
the number and quality of white-


tailed deer taken in Florida.
The minimum antler score
necessary to qualify is 100
Boone and Crockett inches for


typical antlers and 125 for non-
typical antlers. To get your buck
registered, contact the FWC
regional office nearest you.


FWC offers youth hunting opportunities


Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission and
other concerned conservation
organizations have joined
forces to offer youth hunts that


are "safe, educational and very
affordable."
The groups sponsor
introductory, instructive youth
hunts for deer, turkey, hogs,


waterfowl, small game and
other species.
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