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night this Friday at
Taylor County High School
will recognize seniors who
participate in JROTC, band,
cheerleading and football during
the Bulldogs'home game Friday,
Nov. 11, at Dorsett Stadium.
Students should report to the
scoreboard end zone at 6:45
p.m.; the program will begin at
The community is invited
to "come out and support our
Pet clinic planned in
Paws of Steinhatchee, in
affiliation with Drs. Miles Owens
and Tom Fletcher of Taylor
County Veterinary Medical
Associates, will be conducting a
special clinic for pet vaccinations
Saturday, Nov. 12 at DTRAC
Park in Jena.
The clinic, which will begin
at 9 a.m. and close at 12 noon,
will offer a substantial discount
on pet vaccinations including
rabies ($8 for one year, $12 for
3 years), Bordetella ($8) and
Da2PPv ($15 for one year, three
years is $20). Cats FVRCP is
$10 for one year and three years
is $20; FELVis $12. Heartworm
tests can also be purchased
for $15.. Free worming will be
offered with vaccinations.
"Those who wish to have their
pets micro-chipped will be able to
do so at a considerable savings,'
according to the coordinators
at PAWS. Flea control and
heartworm preventatives will
be available for purchase at a
Sreducedcost.. .. ..
"We hope our community
will avail themselves of this
opportunity to take care of our
furry family members. Although
not required, we urge you to
pre-register to insure your pet
gets the attention he/she needs.
Please call Susan at 352-498-
5628 or Heather at 352-498-
1632 for registration forms or
Pets must be kept on a leash
or in a carrier. "Most importantly,
these services are offered on a
cash basis only."
fle raffle underway
The Taylor County Law
Enforcement' Torch Run for
Special Olympics committee
is holding a drawing to win a
hunting rifle (with scope).
Tickets are $1 each and the
drawing will be held Dec. 23.
(Must be 18 years or older to
purchase a ticket; the winner
must also be able to pass a
Florida Department of Law
check.) Tickets are available at
the Perry Police Department,
TTI holds adv;lory
Taylor Technical's School
Advisory Council will meet
Thursday at 4 p.m. The meeting
will be held in the conference
room and is open to the public.
Editorial ................... A-2
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Kristen Blue, left, and Tyler McDonald were crowned the 2011 Taylor County
School Homecoming Queen and King during pep rally ceremonies last Thursday. The
pair, joined by the Senior Honor Court, was featured in the Homecoming Parade that
rolled through downtown Perry Friday afternoon. The Bulldogs edged out Marianna
to secure a seat in the upcoming playoffs. For more on the game, please see page
A-7. Scenes from Friday's parade can befound on page B-1.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held Jan. 9, 2012, to dedicate
the Stan Mayfield Biorefinery Pilot Plant in Foley at Buckeye
The University of Florida's Institute of Food and Agricultural
Sciences (IFAS), in partnership with Buckeye, announced plans to
construct the facility at Buckeye in 2009 and broke ground on the
facility in 2010.
The plant will be operated as a UF/IFAS satellite laboratory
facility concentrated on the use of cellulosic biomass to produce
Funded by a $20 million appropriation from the Florida
Legislature, the 20,000-square-foot facility is expected to employ
about 60 people once it is in full operation.
Much of the plant's research will be based on the work of
Lonnie Ingram, UF distinguished professor of microbiology and
-* Please see page 3
Friday, Nov. 11
25th annual ceremony will honor veterans
Taylor County residents
have the unique opportunity to
gather on the 11th day in the
11th month of 2011 to honor its
TheJROTC Bulldog Battalon
will, host its 25th annual
Veterans Day ceremony Friday,
Nov. 11, in the high school
families and the communrut
are invited to come together at
Special guest speakers will
be winners of the Voice of
Democracy essay contest that
focused on the theme, "Is
There Pride in Serving in Our
Contest prizes are sponsored
by the local American Legion,
VFW and AMVETS Post 20.
Presenting their winning
essays will be Erin Rohlfing,
Rohan Patel and Caitlin
The Pride of Taylor Band will
perform during the ceremony
and veterans from each branch
of service will be recognized.
Following the event, a flag-
changing ceremony will be held
at Veterans Memorial Park.
At 12:30 p.m., the Taylor
County Board of Commissioners
will host its annual Veterans
Veterans and their families are
invited to share a complimentary
lunch "under the pines" at
Forest Capital Park.
Lt. Col. (Ret.) John J. DeVillez
will be the guest speaker. He
is currently the senior Army
instructor with Taylor County
High School JROTC.
A military graduate of
Northeastern University's Army
ROTC program, he received his
commission May 19, 1990. He
also holds a Master of Science
degree in general administration
from Central Michigan
University and is a graduate of
the aviation officer course.
During his 20 years as an
aviation officer, his rotary-
wing ratings included the UH-1
"Huey," AH-1 "Cobra", OH-58
"Scout" and AH-64 (models A
and D) "Apache."
His most recent work includes
three years of service as a
professor of military science at
Florida State University.
His awards and decorations
include the Bronze Star,
Meritorious Service Medal with
three Oak Leaf clusters,-the Air
Medal with Valor, the Army
Commendation Medal with four
Oak Leaf clusters, the Army
Achie cement Medal with three
Oak Leaf clusters, the Combat
Action Badge, Senior Aviator
badge and the Airborne & Air
DeVillez had two tours in
Korea, served in Bosnia and
was deployed to Operation
Iraqi Freedom and served as
operations officer with the 1st
Air Calvary Brigade out of Fort
-* Please see page 3
Slight drop in Taylor's unemployment rate
The unemployment rate for
Taylor County dropped slightly
in September, falling to 10.7
After dropping for much
of the first half of the year,
the county's rate has been
fluctuating up and down
between 10 and 11 percent for
to hold first
Mayor Emily Ketring has
joined the Citizens for Patriotic
Restoration (CPR), a committee
being formed to revitalize
Spearheaded by former state
representative Ken Smith, the
committee roster features local
community leaders from a
variety of fields.
In accepting the invitation
to join the committee, Ketring
told Smith: "Downtown is the
heart of our community and its
vitality is extremely important.
I admire your innovative style
and I look forward to being
a part of an effort to improve
downtown Perry. I'm very
proud of Perry and I want
to actively be a part of this
The committee will hold its
first meeting Monday, Nov. 14,
at 6 p.m., at the Taylor County
Historical Society. The meeting
is open to the public.
the past several months.
The county was nearly even
with the state, which reported
a 10.6 unemployment rate for
For the month, Taylor
County had 8,453 people
employed compared to 1,012
unemployed, according to
recent numbers from the Florida
Department of Economic
Opportunity, which now tracks
the employment statistics
instead of the Agency for
The county also saw a
decrease in the number of initial
unemployment claims, with
102 in July, down from 116 in
Among Florida's 67
counties, Taylor had the 30th
highest unemployment rate in
Hendry County remained at
the top the list with 17.6 percent
while Monroe County boasted
the lowest rate with 6.7 percent.
Among Taylor's neighbors,
Madison County had the
highest unemployment rate with
12.5 percent, followed by Dixie
County with 12 percent. Below
Taylor were Jefferson County
at 8.9 percent and Lafayette at
Perry-Taylor County celebrates 50 years of Boy Scouts
Members of the Perry City Council welcomed Boy Scout Troop 600 for a special presentation during a recent
meeting. Mayor Emily Ketring, (front, center) presented troop leaders and members a proclamation recognizing
the group's 50th anniversary. The proclamation read, in part, "Whereas, in 1961, the Perry Elks Lodge sponsored
Boy Scout Troop 600 to serve Taylor County families, and has continuously sponsored the troop; whereas each
Boy Scout council commits each Scout to perform at least 1 2 hours of community service yearly, totally more
than 30,000,000 community service hours each year; whereas, nationally, there have now been more than
111,000,000 members of Scouting, including 2,000,000 Eagle Scouts; whereas 2011 is the 50th anniversary of
Boy Scout Troop 600...be it resolved that the City Council of Perry recognizes and celebrates the outstanding
service of the Boy Scouts to our nation and to the role of Perry Elks Lodge in sponsoring Troop 600 and encourages
the leaders and supporters of Scouting to continue to provide this essential program to the boys and young men
of Taylor County."
Serving the T~ree Cptlo~f thet Soll'.
Veterans, it's time to
share your stories...
As Veterans Day approaches, we have
a question and a challenge.
To all the veterans in this community:
what's your story and
have you written it
To all the
veterans: how can
you preserve your
The Veterans History
Project of the
Center. This project
and makes accessible
the personal accounts
of American war
veterans so future
generations may hear
directly from veterans
and better understand
the realities of war.
We believe this is a
great way to record
this country's history accurately and to
make sure your own relatives' service is
How can you help?
Use the holidays to interview veterans
at your family get-togethers; gather
wartime love letters, photo collections,
memoirs and journals; visit retirement
centers and allow these veterans the
opportunity to tell their
The Veterans History
Project collects first-
hand accounts from
World Wars I and II,
the Korean War, the
Vietnam War, the
Persian Gulf War
and the Afghanistan
and Iraq conflicts
Veterans are asked
to provide personal
narratives (audio and
and correspondence as
well as visual materials.
Likewise, U.S. citizen
civilians who were
actively involved in
supporting war efforts
(such as war industry
workers, USO workers,
flight instructors and
medical volunteers) are also invited to
share their valuable stories.
The project was started by the U.S.
Congress in 2000.
Does it have your story?
Log-on to www.loc.gov/vets/ today.,,
A-2 Taco Times November 9,2011
Letters to the Editor
Political parties a bad idea?
For all the diversity of opinion
among the founding fathers in
the 1770s,. there wasone thing
that virtually everyone agreed
upon: political parties were a
In his farewell address as,
president, George Washington
referred to political parties
as "the worst enemy" of
democratic government, "potent
engines by ,which cunning,
ambitious andunpridipi Te dm nri
will...subvert the power of the
people." Alexander Hamilton
equated political parties with
"ambition, avarice and personal
animosity." And Thomas
Jefferson could hardly agree
more: "If I could go to heaven
lut with a party," he wrote, "I
would not go there at all."
Does this sound familiar?
William T. Wright ..
Where have all the 'Flowers' gone?
Have you noticed lately that
there has not been a "Flower"
smell around here for a few
years? Our little "Mephitis,
Mephitis" (striped skunk)
hasn't caused anyone that I
know of here in Taylor County
to hold their nose, tuck tail and
run, have you? Gosh!
Can any of you remember
"Bambi's" friend, the little
black and white striped lovable
Why, I never saw him raise
his bushy tail in warning
watching "Bambi." I've heard
some people call them by
different name-"a two toned
kitty with fluid drive," "smelly
kitty," "pole kitty" and "swamp
kitty" just to name a few.
I perfer "Flower." Just in case
you happen upon "Flower,"
keep your distance at least 25
feet, because they can spray up
to 20 feet. They spray only if
they are threatened.
However, I feel that Taylor
County has seen the last of our.
wobbly walking little "Flower."
Stuck between a 'watt' and a 'lumen'
The Florida Public Service consumers to learn the
Commission (PSC) is urging difference between a "watt"
Wednesday, November 9, 2011
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and a "lumen," since labels for
energy-saying bulbs soon will
use lumens, instead of watts,
as the measure of a light bulb's
Consumers have long relied
on the term "watts" to help
them choose the right bulb
for their indoor and outdoor
lights. Watts refer to how much
energy a bulb uses when lit, but
lumens measure the amount of
light produced by a bulb. With
today's more efficient lighting
options (such as LEDs), a
bulb with a lower wattage
can actually have a much
higher lumen output. Lighting
packaging will now indicate the
lumens produced by a bulb.
The Federal Trade
Commission (FTC) has
mandated packaging changes for
all light,bulbs, simplifying and
standardizing the differences in
light bulb output. The labels for
energy-saving bulbs--similar to
the nutritional facts labels on
food--are to appear on all bulb
packages by January 2012, as
traditional incandescent bulbs
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If the shoe fits...
By SUSAN H. LINCOLN
I remember fondly thie days when much money, you wish you had
we'd go to Planters Mercantile worn your comfortable shoes for
in the downtown district of my this day of shopping and then you
small hometown, and buy Keds realize you did. You can't help
Grasshoppers for the new school but wonder, do I have any more
year or black patent Buster Brown comfortable shoes?
shoes for Christmas. After such a shoppingexperience,
Mr. Sam was always there with when faced with walking a half-
his shoe horn. mile to purchase my afternoon
Wearing a white shirt, bow tie Coca-Cola or driving to the nearest
and wire-rimmed glasses, Mr. Sam fast-food establishment, I .chose
was a diminutive man with a bald the latter.
head and looked like Sam Drucker And oh what a treat awaited me,
on Petticoat Junction. one that was not featured on the
But more importantly, he was a menu.
sweetheart of a salesman. He'd "I'd like a dollar-and-nine cent
give you a piece of bubblegum, Coke from your value menu
measure your foot, and find the please,"I said to the staticwhich the
right shoe for you. exterior drive-through receptacle
"Now Sam," my mother would invariably emits.
ask liltingly, "does she have room "How old are you ma'am?" a voice
to grow?" asked.
"Yes ma'am," he said, putting his "How old am I?" I said rather
thumb between my big toe and the caustically, wondering if you could
end of the shoe. "You don't want no longer buy a Coke without an
to go any bigger than this or the i.d.
shoe will be slipping up and down "Yes ma'am, if you're over 55,
on her heel." you get our 50 percent discount."
She trusted him implicitly and "Well, alright," I said. "I happen
thanked him for his trouble, to be 56."
He smiled, patted me on the "Praise God!" she said, as if she
head, went to the cash register and were performing in the Georgia
received her money with a cordial, Mass Gospel Choir. "That'll be 54
"We appreciate your business." cents. Drive around to the first
That's the way you ought to buy window please."
shoes. I was still laughing when the first
Today you go in, find your color, window opened.
look diligently for your size, lope "Praise God I'm 56?" I questioned
around in the wrong size while her face-to-face.
carrying your purse and the "I done saved you 50 percent,"
shoe you were wearing when you she said with authority, and I
entered the store. You search for a realized I seemed unappreciative,
place to sit down; remove the so I tried to improve on that.
cardboard from inside the "You're right," I said to her. "I
shoe, and that piece of plastic should praise God that I've lived to
which extends from one end to be 56."
the other, wonder what to do with "Honey, you gonna live to be 80
the wads of tissue paper, and or more--I can tell by looking at
then wish you knew what the price you," she said with lavish hand
You hunt down a mirror, walk "Why, thank you," I said, but she
in circles while carrying any bags wasn't through.
you may have already "And if you're a Christian, you
accumulated, all the while have eternal life and you ain't
wondering what in the world you'll never gonna die. Praise God...now
wear to church the next day if this you have a nice day, okay?"
*one doesn't fit. That colors your She closed the window to confirm
decision, an order for French fries and I sat
* So you tell yourself that it will there stunned.
be fine. Your feet hurt already I just went for a Coke, and to
anyway; who knows what the shoe soothe my aching feet.
will feel like on a new day? For 54 cents, I got the best deal
When you've surrendered too on the value menu.
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City awarded 'Holy Grail'of finance
reporting for 22nd consecutive year
For the 22nd consecutive year,
the City of Perry has received
the internationally acclaimed
and recognized Certificate of
Achievement for Excellence in
Financial Reporting from the
Government Finance Officers
Association of the United States
and Canada (GFOA).
"This is like the Holy Grail in
comprehensive annual financial
reporting," City Manager Bob
The certificate of
achievement is the highest
form of recognition in the area
of governmental accounting
and financial reporting, and
its attainment represents a
by a government and its
management, GFOA officials
An Award of Financial
Reporting Achievement was
also presented to City of Perry
Director of Finance Penny
Staffney, who was primarily
responsible for preparing
the city's comprehensive
annual financial report
The CAFR was judged by
an impartial panel to meet the
high standards of the program,
a constructive "spirit of
full disclosure" to clearly
communicate its financial story
and motivate potential users
and users groups to read
the CAFR, association
The GFOA is a
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professionals with offices in
Chicago, Ill., and Washington,
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THAN AN HONOR ROLL BUMPER STICKER.
Continued from page 1
Additional speakers for
the county program will
include Lt. Col. (Ret.) Jack
Brown, county administrator;
Chairman Lonnie WHouck and
Veterans Service Officer Joe
Organizers extended their
thanks to the supporters and
sponsors who helped make
the event possible: Property
Appraiser Bruce Ratliff,
Buckeye Florida, Chemring
Ordnance, Don Curtis and
The Forestry Company,
Frank Russell, Heath and
Joy King, Ina Padgett and
State Farm Insurance, Tax
Collector Jack Tedder and
wife Janice, Jack and Ursula
Brown, Joe and Vicky Collins,
Mark Southerland and South
House Furniture, Pam and
Richard Feagle, Sheriff L.E.
"Bummy" Williams and wife
June, Tommie and Mary Jo
Stanaland, and Yarbrough Tire
& Automotive Company.
Taylor County's salute will
continue Saturday, Nov. 19,
with a free BBQ hosted by
AMVETS Post 20.
The event will be held at
City Park from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
and is open to all veterans.
Facility is named in honor of
former House representative
Continued from page 1
cell science and director of the
Florida Center for Renewable
Chemicals and Fuels.
Ingram engineered an E. coli
bacterium that breaks down
inedible plant material into
sugars that can be processed into
fuel-grade cellulosic ethanol.
Variations of the technology are
already at work in fuel plants in
Louisiana and Japan.
The UF Board of Trustees
named the facility for
Stan Mayfield, a member
of the Florida House of
Representatives from 2000 until
his death in 2008.
An alumnus of UF's College
of Engineering, he was a leader
in education and environmental
As chairman of the Florida
House's Environmental and
Natural Resources Council, he
championed energy research,
including funding for the Perry
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According to what I've been reading recently the zero point field
describes exciting discoveries by eminent physicists. Scientists now
know that the 'space' which we have always thought existed, is actually
filled with sub-atomic particles; particles of energy that really are the
building blocks of our reality.
It is also known now that these particles are in constant communication,
regardless of the distance between them.
From a spiritual standpoint, since we are also composed of these
particles, it means that on a certain level, we are always in touch with not
only every other human, but with everything that exists. The thoughts
that we entertain, the attitudes that we hold, our moods are broadcast
to the universe. In other words, we constantly influence everything
around us, and are at the same time affected by our environment, and
the people we share it with.
This means that there is truly a Oneness. We are inescapably part of
all that exists; we are all brothers and sisters, not only in Spirit, but on
a sub-conscious level.
When Jesus said, "Love thy neighbor as thy self", He meant it literally.
My neighbor is part of my Self, my true Self which is pure spirit.
Now, I realize that this concept is not new to many of us, but, the
exciting thing, to me, is that some research scientists have begun to
accept that there Is a wonderful Guiding, Organizing, Designing power
that is involved in all their experiments.
Darwins' mistake in developing his theory of evolution was in not
recognizing the fact that the Great Designer was and is the universal
Does this mean that finally science and religion might come to share
a common ground?
That would be a glorious day if the religious leaders of the world could
put out-dated, diverse doctrine behind them and strive to understand
the great significance of emerging scientific knowledge, knowledge that
supports beliefs held by mystics for thousands of years.
It is no coincidence that these developments are occurring at this
particular time in our history. As anyone knows who keeps up with world
affairs, we, as Humanity, are in great need of expanded awareness,
understanding and mutual respect.
Fear is our greatest enemy, fear and ignorance. Acomplacent attitude
of waiting for someone else to solve all our problems leads only to more
misery. We can, each of us, contribute to creating a better world by just
being honest, sincere and loving as possible.
Always remember, you are not alone, and you are as wonderful and
valuable to God as anyone else on earth.
Someone once said, "These are the times that try men's souls."
Let's all show that our souls are up to the challenge of today.
Peace, Love and Harmony,
John D. Alexander
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A-4 The Taco Times November 9, 2011
ST-e Tofto Ca rFe
.T. Roo0 :
Rea Hat Roun
: where have they been?
The Roseheads of Perry,
chapter 2207 of the Red Hat
Society, marked September and
October with a cross-country
marathon of fun activities.
On Thursday, Sept. 15, eight
members and one guest
provided refreshments and
entertainment for the residents
at Marshall Health Facility.
"These nine ladies modeled
some very different Red Hat
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Modeling for Marshall Health Facility were (back row, I to r) Alice Brady, Nancy Simons, June Lytle, Billie
Handley, Cookie Workman and lona Walker, along with (seated) Patricia Lindsey and Marie Hill.
Cookie Workman, Debra Coffman and Norman Collins in Havana
class needs 15
All green thumbs and green thumb wanna-be's in the community
are encouraged to register for the next Master Gardener class,
offered through the Taylor County Extension Service.
The deadline for registration is Dec. 1 and currently only two
spaces have been reserved; 15 are required for the class to be
The course ik tentativel:sch16dudledi6begin Wednesday, Jan. 25,
2012, continuing e\er) \\edne-da% frGom 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. until
March 28. The cost for the 10-week course is $100, which includes
all books and materials.
"For anyone who is interested in gardening or learning more
about proper horticulture techniques, there simply isn't a better
value," said Debbie Ross, a graduate of an earlier Master Gardener
class. "The information is thorough and meaningful, providing
easy reference for years to come as you landscape, conserve water,
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outfits and then helped serve
refreshments to the guests,"
said Cheryl Gregory, Queen
Mother of the chapter who
emceed the event and also
served as photographer.
The monthly luncheon was
held Saturday, Sept. 24, at The
Tomato Cafe in Havana where
21 members gathered for food,
door prizes, word games and
shopping "in the many
delightful shops of this quaint
town," said Gregory. Cookie
Workman, Debra Coffman and
Norma Collins were hostesses.
On. Tuesday, Oct. 4, another
group of Roseheads traveled to
Belk's in the Oaks Mall in
Gainesville for the annual Red
Hat Day. "Lunch, a fashion
show, extra entertainment and
special discounts were
enjoyed," said Gregory.
Dues of $10 for 2012 must be
paid by the end of the calendar
year. Checks can be mailed to
Debi Limoges or paid at the
Dec. 3 meeting.
The Perry Church of God is
selling fruitcakes and orders
are needed right away! One-
pound cakes are $6; two-pound
varieties, $12; three-pound
cakes, $18; and five-pound
There are two sizes of
nutcakes: two-pound varieties
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Can someone please explain to me what purpose this fence serves since I can no longer park in my carport or access my
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Mark 12:30 says "Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your
strength. The second is this: "Love your neighbor as yourself. There is no commandment greater than these."
Good neighbors communicate, resolving problems to their mutual benefit without resort to extremes and the legal system.
What better neighbor I thought, my -
entire life than a church. But yet I'm .' '
amazed by their lack of concern or care
for the damage they've caused to my .,
property, the disrespect for the memory ',"
of my parents, and the hurt I feel in my
heart My heart was broken the day I
drove by and saw the azaleas my mother
planted so many years ago ripped out .. .. -- --
and piled up like garbage by the road 'A
II would've been right "Christian-like" .
and neighborly to communicate with us ."'
about it beforehand I so would've liked ....
to have had the opportunity to transplant ,
my mom's beautiful flowers she loved so ; -
much, somewhere else and not destroyed i, .
like this. not to mention the 3 large trees
my dad planted before I was even born, .
cut down and cut up. and piled up in such
a way as it appears you even plan to use ..- .
it as YOUR OWN firewood
Is this God's Way WWJD9 Please
explain to me what you've gained by "
putting this fence up?
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Robert Moon, fire chief for the City of Perry,
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remember these tips, and dodge an emergency:
When buying a heater, look for one that has
been tested and labeled by a nationally
recognized testing company such as
Underwriter's Laboratories Inc. (UL)
Keep the heater three feet away from drapes,
furniture or other flammable materials. Put it on
a level surface but not where someone might
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If you must use an extension cord, make sure
it is heavy duty and marked with a power rating
at least as high as that on the label of the heater
Never leave a space heater unattended or
running while you sleep.
Keep electric heaters away from water.
Never use them near a sink or in the bathroom.
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Robert Allen "Bobby"
Calhoun, 64, died on Friday,
Nov. 4, 2011, at Big Bend
Hospice in Tallahassee.
He was a native and lifelong
resident of Taylor County, born
to Clarence Calhoun and the
former Margaret Nauna
Cooper. Mr. Calhoun retired
after 32 years of service from
Watkins Engineering where he
was a. regional manager. He
was also a veteran of the U.S.
Army and co-owner of
He is survived by his wife of
43 years, Julia Calhoun of
Perry; two sons, Michael
Calhoun, Robert (Lindsay)
Calhoun, all of Perry; daughter,
Elisa (Robin) Klein of
Sarasota; brother Bill (Elota)
Calhoun of Perry; sister-in-law,
LaWayne (Willard) Sadler;
brother-in-law, Jimmy (Betty)
Bowden; three grandchildren,
Julianne Klein, Logan Calhoun
and Jayce Calhoun; a host of
nieces, nephews, other relatives
and many friends.
Graveside Services were
held at Carlton Cemetery on
Sunday, Nov. 6, at 2 p.m. with
Tommy Stalans officiating.
Family members received
friends at Bums Funeral Home
on Saturday from 6-8 p.m. In
lieu of flowers, donations may
be made to Big Bend Hospice.
Jon T. Leohner
Jon T. Leohner, 47, died on
Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2011, at
his residence in Perry.
He was born in Stuttgart.
Germany, and moved to Perr
from Ft. Myers 12 years ago.
Mr. Leohner worked as a
Florida State Trooper for 22
years and received the Medal
of Valor. He attended Valdosta
State College and North
Florida Community College.
He was also, a veteran of the
He is survived by his wife ot
22 years, Julia Ree Leohner of
Perry; his father and mother.
Rupert and Berit Leohner of
Washington; and a brother, Eric
No services are planned at
Emory Kenneth (Ke ni
Sparkman, 80, died Monda\.
Nov. 7, 2011, at his residence
after an extended illness.
Mr. Sparkman was born in
Plant City on Dec. 10, 1930, to
Emory Berts Sparkman and
Edna Earle Tomlinson
Sparkman. He was a U S.
Army veteran and served as an
MP during the Korean War. MIr.
Sparkman retired from
Buckeye Cellulose Corporation
in Forestry. He was a member
of the First United Methodist
Church, Perry Masonic Lodge
#123, Scottish Rite ot
Tallahassee, BPOE # 1851 and
a charter member of the
Marzuq Shrine. Mr. Sparkman
was a University of Florida
alumnus, a former Webloes and
Boy Scout Master, and also
We express our sincere
gratitude for the many acts of
kindness shown to us during
our time of sorrow for our
beloved mother and
The following were
instrumental in helping us
through this difficult time:
DMH Staff, TMH Staff, Big
Bend Transit Staff, Big Bend
Hospice Staff, Trinity Funeral
Home Staff, Irene Few s.
Chenita Lee, George and
Sandra Clayton, Corine
Howell, Class of 1956, Nellie
Walker, Lisa Ford, Charim
Cotton and Family, Alyce
Watkins, Patricia Jackson.
Pastor Greg Taylor and the
Exodus Family, Katie Monroe,
Johnny Hankerson, City of
Quincy Staff, Comcast Staff.
New Brooklyn Missionar\
Church, Pamela Aikens &
Family, Wayne Dunwood',.
James Cook, Gary Blount.
Alice Charles-Wilson, Lestc-r
Word, Delores Jay, Jeronda
Street and Sylvia Hicks.
Again, thank you so much
for your loving support.
Walter M. Whetsel and
Children (Wendall, Nathanie I.
Anita and Octavia j
worked for five years as a
seasonal park ranger in the
Blue Ridge National Park.
Survivors include: his wife
of 60 years, De Etta E. Van
Antwerp Sparkman of Perry;
two sons, Kenneth Keith "Kip"
(Ernestine) Sparkman and
Marvin Lewis "Marty"
(Brenda) Sparkman; one
daughter, Kende Susan
Sparkman (Scott) Bodiford; six
grandchildren, Eric Zachary
(Kera) Sparkman, Erin Jennifer
Sparkman, Christina (Brian)
Van Tassel, Kenneth (Frances)
Sparkman, Sean Padgett and
Josh Bodiford; (5) great-
Sparkman, Hunter Sparkman,
Ashlee Sparkman, Amber Van
Tassel and Corbin Van Tassel.
A. Masonic Memorial
Service will be held at Joe P.
Bums Funeral Home Chapel on
Friday, Nov. 11, 2011, at 11
a.m., with Pastor James Taylor
officiating. The family will
receive friends and relatives
one hour prior to the service.
Frank Jones Sr.
Frank Jones Sr., 93, of Perry
died Nov. 3, 2011. He was a
member of Springhill
Missionary Baptist Church and
a faithful usher of the church.
A former employee of
Procter and Gamble, he is
survived by: two sons, Frank
Jones Jr. (Virginia) of Miami
and Dr. Allison Jones of
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Caregivers need support, meet Thursday at 1:30
Calling all caregivers...
The Perry Caregiver Support Group will meet this Thursday,
Nov. 10, at 1:30 p.m. in Room 9 of First Presbyterian Church, 310
Plantation Rd. Respite care is available by advance request.
Please call 850-386-2778 or visit www.alzheimersproject.org
for more information.
Or just come on Thursday!
Free certificates for Thanksgiving meal
The Little St. John Missionary Baptist Church will give away
free certificates for a thanksgiving meal at Golden Corral on
Thanksgiving Day. Interested persons are invited to come and
worship with the congregation on Nov. 20 for the 11 a.m. service.
"Come and help us let God know just how thankful we all are for
His blessings," said Pastor Robert Butler.
Sunday, Dec. 4, Day of Prayer for the
Victims of Drug Abuse in Taylor County
Churches, Sunday schools, families and individuals are
encouraged to take a few minutes on Sunday, Dec. 4, to
pray for the victims of drug abuse, the end of drug trafficking
and for the ,in ., inni, of law enforcement, firemen, first
responders, the medical community and others who are
at risk while serving to combat drug trafficking in Taylor
County. Taylor County has suffered greatly because of
drug abuse. But there is hope. God promises to hear and
answer the fervent effectual prayers of His people. Please
join us Dec, 4, in asking for God's divine intervention and
help in Taylor County!
Sponsored by Taylor County Noon Day Prayer &
Taylor County Prayer Initiative
Foley Timber & Land Co.
Buckeye Nursery, Inc.
The Forestry Company
Usher Land & Timber
Boland Timber Company
Great South Timber & Lumber
Canal Industries, Inc.
Cabbage Grove Mining
North Florida Woodlands
John A. Cruce Jr., Inc.
T.W. Byrd's Sons, Inc.
B&S Air, Inc.
Gilman Building Products
Florida Forest Association
Taylor County Tourism
Taylor County Health Dept.
Big Top Manufacturing
Mitch's Gold & Diamonds
Badcock Home Furniture & More
Perry Pawn Broker
Accent Eye Care Center
Dr. Lamar Morgan D.M.D.
Capital City Bank
Ware Oil & Supply
Tri-County Electric Coop
Premier Medical Clinic
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For the Bible study and prayer service, Butler encourages
everyone to tune in every Sunday morning at 8:30 a.m. for the
broadcast on WPRY 1400AM.
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KING TREE PARADE
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Special Thank You to:
City of Perry, Perry Police Department, Taylor County Sheriff's Office,
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Florida Forest Festival Members, Chairs and Co-Chairs
and the many, many volunteers who helped with each event.
Without you all the festival could not be possible.
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A-7 Taco Times November 9,2011
Dogs edge Marianna, qualify for playoffs
BY AARON PORTWOOD
Taylor County survived
a serious scare, salvaged
Homecoming and secured a
playoff berth with a fourth-
quarter scoring drive to pull out
a 22-21 victory over district-foe
Marianna, Friday night in Perry.
Marianna returned a fumble
55 yards for a TD with 6:55
to play in the game to take
a 21-15 lead, but Taylor
County responded with a 72-
yard scoring drive keyed by
Brion Scott's 37-yard catch
from Eli Grambling that set
up Grambling's 1-yard TD
run to tie the game with 3:56
Senior kicker Brian Wilder --
who missed a field goal and an
extra point kick and had another
kick blocked earlier in the game
- nailed the winning PAT to
make the final score 22-21.
Wilder kicked a 38-yard field
goal with no time remaining on
the clock in the first half to give
Taylor a 9-6 halftime lead, but
Perry was outscored 15-13 in
the second half.
The District 1-4A' win 6o i""'
Marianna's Bulldogs secured
Taylor County's third straight
playoff appearance and a Nov.
18 first-round contest against
District 2-4A champion Yulee
(6-3) on the road in Nassau
Taylor improved to 6-3
overall and 2-1 in district, while
Marianna fell to 4-5 and 1-2. .
Perry will close out the
regular season this Friday
night at home against Florida
High (5-4), who lost their third
straight game last week in
"When you first get into
coaching, you do it for the love
of football... and a little ego
is involved. Soon, after you
realize how tough it is, what
brings you back to the grind
again and again, year after year
is the kids," said Defensive
Coordinator Beau Johnson after
the game. "I am so proud of our
kids. They have faced adversity
all year. We have played with
broken hands, hurt shoulders,
knees and ankles. We have not
been 100 percent healthy for
one single game, but these kids
have never given up.
"Down 21-15 with 6 minutes
left in the game, they could
have folded, but what a great
gut-check moment! I love these
kids, and I admire the heart they
have shown. I am proud to be
part of the 2011 Bulldog team
and staff," Johnson added.
Taylor County mistakes
nearly cost the team a chance
to make the playoffs, as Perry
fumbled a season-high 7 times
and .lost two both of which led
to Marianna touchdowns.
Taylor dominated the game
on the stat sheet -- building a
big edge in total yardage (383-
142) and first downs (17-7) --
but lost the turnover battle for
the third straight game.
Taylor County now has 26
turnovers on the season (16
lost fumbles, 10 interceptions)
to average three per game,
compared to 19 takeaways..
Through 9 games, Taylor has
32 fumbles (16 lost) compared
to 19 by opponents (9 lost).
Marianna managed only 142
total yards in the entire game,
as Taylor's defense allowed
just 98 yards rushing and only 3
completed passes for 44 yards.
KJ Johnson (9 solo tackles,
8 assists) dominated the first
defensive series of the game,
making three tackles in five
plays to force a punt after Jalan
Jackson (4 solo, 3 assists) made
a great hit to break up a 3rd
A high snap on Taylor's
first offensive play resulted in
" "tblehbI ic' ' "Grambling
recovered and managed to
throw the ball away to avoid a
Grambling (12 of 22 passing
for 240 yards, 1 TD) completed
passes to James Strawter (11
yards) and Scott (24 yards) to
move into Marianna territory,
but after Jake Smyrnios (8
.carries, 34 yards) ran for 9 yards
to move the ball inside the 15-
yard line, the drive fizzled when
two QB keepers managed only
2 yards and a 3rd down pass to
Strawter sailed high.
After a low snap, Wilder's
30-yard field goal was pushed
Wil Tuten (4 solo, 3 assists),
Daniel Wentworth (3 solo, 2
assists), Darick Ward (4 solo,
4 assists) and Johnson all made
tackles to force a 3-and-out and
another Marianna punt.
Taylor got lucky when
Connor Bishop recovered
Marcus Hamilton's fumble on a
Taylor gave the ball right back
two plays later, as Strawter (4
carries, 39 yards rushing) took
a sweep pass for three yards,
but fumbled the ball away at the
end of the play on his own 44-
Despite nice tackles by Justin
Becerra (4 solo, 11 assists, 1
sack), Calub Murphy (2 solo,
'6 assists), Johnson, Bishop (2
solo, 6 assists, 1 sack), Tuten,
Raydon Parker (5 solo, 5
assists) and KeVarious Franklin
(1 solo), Marianna put together
an 11-play drive that included 3
straight stops inside the 5-yard
line before Chris Bowers
managed to score from the 1 to
take a 6-0 lead with 7 minutes
remaining in the 2nd quarter.
The PAT sailed wide left.
Taylor answered back with
a 10-play, 65-yard scoring
drive keyed by the running
of Smyrnios (3 carries for
14 yards on the drive) and
Grambling (4 carries, 40 yards)
before Grambling found Moral
Stephens (3 catches, 50 yards, 1
TD) on a 5-yard jump ball pass
in the back of the endzone for a
Wilder's PAT was blocked to
keep the score tied at 6-6 with
2:34 left in the first half.
Bishop, Becerra and Johnson
made big plays to force
another 3-and-out possession
for Marianna, and Grambling
executed the 2-minute offense
flawlessly to move Taylor into
field goal range as time ran out.
A 27-yard pass to Stephens
was followed by a QB scramble
that Grambling turned into a
26-yard TD pass to Jaymonte
McLeod in the back of the
endzone. However, the play
was called back due to a holding
On the next play, Grambling
hit Strawter (6 catches, 105
yards) on a perfect slant pass
for 22 yards down to the 21-
yard line, and Wilder nailed a
38-yard field goal just before
the half to give Taylor a 9-6
Taylor went 3-and-out on the
first possession of the second
half and Bishop sacked QB
Michael Mader on a key 3rd
and 8 play to force Marianna to
A screen pass to Stephens
picked up 18 yards behind
blocks thrown by Smyrnios and
Strawter. Strawter took a sweep
35 yards before fumbling out of
bounds at the Marianna 31.
Grambling hit Strawter on a
slant pass that the speedy and
shifty senior receiver turned
into a 30-yard gain before being
tripped up at the 1-yard line.
Grambling (21 carries, 71
yards, 2 TDs) followed Justin
McGuire and Smyrnios into
the endzone on the next play
to give Taylor a 15-6 lead, but
another difficult extra point
snap contributed to Wilder's
PAT sailing wide left.
Jalan Jackson was burned on
a 3rd and 9 pass for a 32-yard
gain and then was flagged for
a 15-yard personal foul penalty
at the end of the play to give
Marianna the ball at Taylor's
Nice tackles by Strawter (3
solo), Parker and Javolis McNeal
(4 solo, 4 assists) forced a 3rd
and 6, but Marianna picked up 9
yards and a first down on a run
up the middle to set up a 4-yard
TD run with 1:46 remaining in
the 3rd quarter. The PAT kick
was good as Marianna pulled
Strawter hauled in another 28-
yard slant pass, and Grambling
hit Scott (3 catches, 85 yards) on
a 24-yard post pass down to the
Marianna 17-yard line.
Grambling followed blocks
thrown by center Taylor Bethea,
Blaine Brenner and Smymios
for 9 yards on first down, but
Taylor couldn't pick up a first
down inside the 10.
On 2nd and 1 Smyrnios was
stopped for a short gain. An
option pitch to Strawter on 3rd
and inches resulted in a 3-yard
Members of the TCHS offensive line get ready for the snap. Left to right are Aaron
Crews (73), Blaine Brenner (74), Taylor Bethea (64), Andrew McBride (67) and
Justin McGuire (68).
Bulldog coaches Jimmy Blair (left) and Beau Johnson shout encouragement to their
loss. On 4th and 3 from the 10-
yard line, Grambling underthrew
Strawter in the endzone to turn
the ball over on downs.
Taylor's defense responded,
as Johnson and Bishop stuffed a
run for a loss on first down and
Parker and Franklin stopped a
3rd down run to force a punt.
Midway through the 4th
quarter of the Marianna game,
Taylor led 15-13 and had great
field position at the Marianna 39
after a short punt.
However, Grambling dropped
the ball on a shotgun snap and it
was scooped up by a Marianna
lineman, who rumbled 55 yards
for the go-ahead touchdown
with 6:55 left in the game.
A two-point conversion run by
Hakeem Holmes gave Marianna
a 21-15 lead.
Taylor County's play-off
hopes almost slipped away
on the ensuing kickoff, when
Strawter fumbled the return. Not
only did he manage to recover
the ball, but he also caught an
8-yard slant pass to kick-start a
7-play, 72-yard game-winning
To add to the drama,
Grambling slipped and fell for
a 1-yard loss on 2nd and 2 and
came up inches shy of the first
down on a 3rd and 3. QB keeper.
But, on 4th and inches,
Grambling drew Marianna
offsides for a key 5-yard penalty
that gave Taylor a crucial first
down at their own 42 yard line.
Grambling picked up 5 yards
on a scramble, then made a
perfect pass over the middle
to hit Scott coming out of a
fantastic double move pass
pattern that picked up 37 yards
and gave Taylor a 1st and goal
from the 10.
Grambling followed Andrew
McBride and Brenner for
a 9-yard gain down to the
1-yard line and then ran behind
McGuire, McBride and Justin
Becerra for the game-tying
Wilder made the all-important
PAT with 3:56 remaining in the
game to give Taylor a 22-21
Murphy made a big stop on 1 st
down, and Bishop came up huge
on two of the next three plays,
rushing the QB and forcing three
straight incomplete passes that
turned the ball over on downs
and allowed Taylor to run out
the clock on the Homecoming
victory that clinched a playoff
spot as District 1-4A runners-up.
Marcus Hamilton had 3 solo
tackles, Davis Helm finished
with 1 solo and 1 assist, Scott had
2 solo tackles, Evan Grambling
had 1 solo, 1 assist and came
close to blocking a punt, while
Smyrnios finished with 2 assists
"Connor Bishop (2 solo, 6
assists, 1 sack, 2 QB hurries) and
Justin Becerra (4 solo, 11 assists,
1 sack) set the edge on defense
all night and really helped set the
tone for our defense," Johnson
said. "KJ Johnson (9 solo, 8
assists) turned in another great
game and was one of the main
reasons we were able to hold
them under 100 yards rushing."
Taylor County Veterinary Medical Association
Dr. T. Fletcher & Dr. M. Owens
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Win this hunting house
Two local businesses, Cashway Building Supply and Young Striping and Sealcoating,
have donated a hunting house to Taylor County Middle School (TCMS) cheerleaders
as a fund-raising project. The house is shown above with TCMS cheerleaders Haley
Lago, Victoria Manning and Courtney Wilder along with TCMS football players, Kevin
and John Young. Chances to win are $5 and can be purchased from any TCMS
Cheerleader. The drawing will be held Jan. 10 at the TCMS basketball game.
is this Thursday
The Sole Sisters & Company
Relay For Life team will hold
a fund-raiser at Pizza Hut
Thursday, Nov. 10, from 5-9
"Come out to eat pizza and
help support a great cause,"
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Pittsburg, Penn.; one daughter,
Betty (Jones) Lauria of
Perry; one goddaughter,
Latasha Green; and a host of
Family and friends will be
received Friday, Nov. 11, at
Trinity Funeral Home of Perry,
Inc. Services will be held
Saturday, Nov. 12, at 1 p.m. at
Sringhill Missionary Baptist
Church. Interment will follow
at Springhill Cemetery.
The Taylor County Board of
Commissioners would like to
recognize sponsors of the 2011
Veterans Day Luncheon:
BLIcke' e Florida
Chemring Ordnance dlormti lii Martin Electronics'
Don Curtis & The Forestri Conmpa Inl
Heath & Joy King
Ina Padgelt & Stale Itarm Insurance
Jack & lainice Tedder
Ja(.k & Lirs,,ilid Brown
Joe & Vick\ Co llins
Mark Southerland & South H-.ouse Furniture
Pam & Richard Feagle
Perr\' Plaza Flornst
Sheriff Bummv & lune Williams
Tommie & Mary Jo Stanaland
Yarbrough Tire & Automotive Company
This annual event will be held
Friday, Nov. 11, at 12:30 p.m.
at the Heritage Pavilion in
Forest Capital Park.
Please join us as we honor our veterans
o m M O am A amow
to the best grandparents I .a. M
0 anyone could ask for,
Frank & Fran Finecey
We love you more than j A l- M
words could tell, "
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If you live or work in Taylor County you can be a member of Tree Capital Credit Union.
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I CREDIT UNION
a division of Florida State University Credit Union NCUA
1402 S. Jefferson St. (850) 584-3002 ..
2000 South Byron Butler Pkwy. Perry 850-584-4411
913 First Avenue S.E. Steinhatchee 352-498-5771
424 W. Base St. Madison 850-973-2600
Morgan Family DentistryPLLC
Daniel L. Morgan, D.M.D. A. Lamar Morgan, D.M.D.
Benjamin L. Morgan, D.M.D.
GENERAL, COSMETIC & IMPLANT DENTISTRY
313 N. Jefferson St Perry, Fl. 32347 (850) 584-2674
10820 Marvin Jones Blvd. Dowling Park, Fl. 32060 (386) 658-5870
Most insurances accepted including Florida Combined Life PPO,
Cigna PPO, Amerita- PPO and Assurant PPO
FEDERAL BR EDIT UNION
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1825 S. Jefferson St.
Perry, FL 32348
REAL PIT B-B-QUE OF PERRY INC. -
ONLY THE FINEST QUALITY MEATS SLOW COOKED OVER AN OPEN PIT
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Ribs Chicken -Buffalo Wings & Mrel
CALLAHEAD FOR CARRY OUT DRIVE-IN WINDOW 4 -3 71
2429 BYRON BUTLER PKWY. HWY. 19 SOUTH PERRY
"PROVIDING PEACE IN DIFFICULT TIMES'
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Perry Chapel 1400 N. Johnson Stripling Rd. Mayo Chapel
(850) 5844149 Locally Owned & Operated (386) 294-2658
FRITH ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY
fi l ,FRIDAY 7'lephone
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J McDonald's Kitties .
Caregivers/All Animal Lovers
Looking for GOOD homes for McDonald's Kitties,
prefer indoors. Currently there are three cats that have
been spayed/neutered, micro-chipped and received a
one-year rabies shot. Two of the three are able to be
hand held and pampered, the third one may need to be
an outdoor kitty.
In addition, we are trying to rescue the McDonald
kitties to have them spayed/neutered, micro-chipped
and given rabies shots, and will be looking for GOOD
homes, possibly barns or stables for all of them.
in order to fulfill this rescue we are also looking for
monetary donations to help cover the expense. If you
can help with monetary donations please make checks
payable to: It's Meow or Never, a non-profit organization
in Tallahassee that has been helping fund this mission.
(You will receive a tax donation receipt for your help!)
If you can help by providing homes, donations
or in any other way, please contact
Gall Hartman, (850) 584-8678. __
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TAYLC C 'TY HIGH SCHOOL
Parade 201 I1
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Homecoming King Tyler McDonald and Queen Kristen Blue with members of the
Senior Honor Court
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Senior football sponsor Shamouri Island, right, and
escort Eli Grambling
Senior football sponsor Bree Kimble, right, and escort
Superintendent of Schools Paul Dyal
2011 Homecoming Parade Marshall Bob Wood, lead car, followed by TCHS Principal TCHS faculty members
Michael Thompson also joined the fun
TCHS Junior Honor Court members Jacques Freeman,
left, and Ashley Anderson
All members of the Taylor County School Board were
represented in the Homecoming Parade, including (from
left) Kenneth Dennis, Darrell Whiddon, Danny Glover,
Danny Lundy and Brenda Carton.
2011 National Honor Society King Miraj Patel and
Queen Macy Gregory
B-2 Taco Times November 9, 2011
Auction Saturday, Nov. 12 at 6:30 p.m.
1693 SW Moseley Hall Rd. (Cr360)
Madison. This week we have a hauler
from South Georgia who always brings
food plus other great items. We also
will be liquidating other great items as
household goods, yard goods, toys,
Christmas items and tools. To many
other items to list. You will not want to
miss this auction, comfy seats, air
conditioned/heated, food and lots of
fun. Watch for our Huge Annual
Christmas Auction Saturday Nov.26.
Starts earlier at 5:30 p.m.. 10% buyers
premium. MC, Visa, Discover, Debit
Cards, Checks and Cash accepted.
Au691 Ron Cox. Ab2490.
Huge Yard Sale Nov., 11 -12 8 a.m. -
1 p.m. Off Foley Cutoff, down Mixon
Rd. to Ross Rd. Watch for signs.
Something for everyone.
Metal and Junk
Cash for junk cars and trucks. 7 days a
week. Call 386-658-1030 or 904-887-
Beauty Salon Equipment, 2 mirrors, 2
work stations, 3 sinks, 1 hydraulic
chair, and 1 professional hair dryer
chair. Call 584-7912. $300 OBO
2 Chihuahua puppies, 1 male and 1
female. Eight weeks old, house raised,
very cute, AKC registere,hav had first
shots. $250 each. Call 584-8618.
Half inch drive air gun. Lost between
Green Farm Rd. and Mangum Close
Rd. Call 843-2398
For Sale or Rent, 1999 Jacobson 3
bedroom 2 bath doublewide 28X52.
Set. up on 1 acre, possible owner
financing. $62,500 or $650 per month.
Call Mon.- Fri. 850-584-7094.
11/09 PHC tfn
A 4 Bedroom 2 Bath 2004 Bank Repo.
Only 15,900 Cash Or Owner Will
Finance Call 352-262-4531 or 352-
A 2012, 3 bedroom 2 bath Bank Repo
Need To Sell. Only $36,900 Owner has
Financing. Call 352-262-4531 352-
New 28x44 3 bedroom 2 bath $36,900.
Fixer Upper 2004 28x60 Fleetwood 3
bedroom 2 bath, low down payment.
Why pay rent when you can own this
32x60, 3 bedroom 2 bath, with family
room and corner fireplace only $359
per month, with approved credit. Call
352-490-7422 or 877-373-2941 or 877-
Great Starter Home 28X44 3 bedroom
2 bath includes delivery ,set-up, code
steps, AC/ Heat, skirting. Only $285
per month W.A.Oa Call 352-490-7422
for more information.
Home Only or Land/Home packages.
Stop paying rent and making your
landlord rich! Call C&G of Chiefland
and become a home owner at last Call
352-490-7422 or 877-372-4941
Don't pay to much for your home until
you call C&G of Chiefland at 352-490-
7422. Lowest Prices, Highest Quality.
Save thousands on this months
special, 2009 Homes of Merit, 4
bedroom 21/2 bath with fireplace, free
set-up and delivery. Only $397 per
month W.A.C. Call 352-490-7422
One bedroom furnished apartment. All
l lilies included (elecinc, water, sewer,'
garbage and cable). No smoking. No
pets. $160 a week or $600 a month.
$100 deposit. Call 850-926-3613 or
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
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.
.25= Acre Gulf Front Residential Lot
Hilton Garden Inn, 4075 SW 33rd Place, Gainesville, FL
For More Information 800-323-8388
Rowell Realty & Auction Co., Inc.
llRowe* A ctBonBs. co
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
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.
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.
Small ads...big deals!
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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.
1995 Fleetwood single wide mobile
home 14x70, 3 bedroom 2 bath
excellent condition. Leave message at
For Sale By Owner: 4 bedroom, 2
baths, new appliances, real oak floors.
203 Cypress Road.. Asking 78,500
OBO. Call 843-1301.
1995 Chevy 4x4 $2000
2001 Hyundai $3494.
2004 Sebring $4900
1994 Blazer $1900.
2003 Kia Spectra $3900.
1993 Ranger $1699.
Trade ins Welcome.
2005 Buick LeSabre Limited. 84,300
easy miles, good tires. One owner,
non-smoker, very nice. $7,900. Call
Two vehicles for sale by owner. 2000
Chevrolet Camaro Convertible, garage
-kept and only -49,000 mjles.- 2002
Chri,- ler,) Avalaricihe, silvet, 'loaded;
one owner, 100,000 miles. Call Mae
Jean at 584-4316 for more information
and to see vehicles.
For Sale, 1997 Oldsmobile, white four
door. Call 584-4434.
For Sale, 1979 Ford F-150, 300
straight 6 4X4. $1300, Derrick 850-
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.
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.
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 Qable.
3 bedroom, 1 bath Stucco house in
Shady Grove. Good neighborhood,
good water. Call 850-838-9514.
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
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.
3 bedroom, 2 bath trailer, and 3
bedroom, 1 bath house. Absolutely no
kids, no pets. Free water. $500 per
For Rent, 2 bedroom, 2 bath,
singlewide on three acres. Water,
sewer and lawn care included. Very
clean $500 monthly $500 security
1674 square foot 2006 In Fleet
Modular Office Building...Beautiful
condition. All electric....2 bathroom .
AC/Heat/Plumbing in excellent
quality.......$27,500 or best offer. Must
be moved from present location in
Perry...Building has hurricane code
certification....Call 573-701-9590 and
ask for Fred. 11/04-11/16FD
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.
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.
I HOMES'''REAL ESTATE JKA'
House Cleaning Service
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-
OLD TAYLOR COUNTY ITEMS
OLD SCHOOL SPORTS JERSEYS/TROPHIES
OLD JERKINS SCHOOL ITEMS/TROPHIES
TAYLOR COUNTY RELICS
OLD METAL TOYS
OLD PAPER MONEY
SILVER HALF DOLLARS
S, SILVER DOLLARS/ QUARTERS/ DIMES (PRE 1980)
OLD SPORTS CARDS
!, ~OLD METAL SIGNS
VINTAGE COCA COLA ITEMS
OLD McCOY POTTERY
OLD ROSEVILLE POTTERY
USED HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
OLD COSTUME JEWELRY
Director of Allied Health Programs
(RN) wanted at North Florida
Community College. See
www.nfcc.edu for details.
The deadlines for classified ads
are Monday by 5 p.m for the
Taco Times and Wednesday by 5
p.m. for the Perry News-Herald.
Dries in 3-4 Hours Tile Floors Pet Odors
TREE CAPITAL CLEANING
I.-S-I0(. IlOT '
ARNP or PA, DMH Medical Plaza
Lab Tech, Part-time
Licensed Practical Nurse, Clinic
Radiology Tech, Weekend
Registered Nurse, 7p, ER & Med-Surg
Registered Nurse, Home Health & OR
, U UWUsoCd Tfch,., p .-.p
Apply at DMH
Phone 584-0635 Fax 584-0661.
Madison County Memorial Hospital
Seeking Full Time Case Manager
Please contact Human Resources
(850) 973-2271 ext. 1906
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
TDD 711, EHO, Section 8 Affordable Multifamily Housing
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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.
Taylor County Board of County
Grants Administrative Secretary (Part
Time) -$11.88 per hour. Applications
and job description can be obtained
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,
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@royal-
american.com or fax to (850) 914-
[O EBY OD& ILE
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-
TALL TIMBER TREE SERVICE
*Bucket truck use
*Free Estimates* and
850-838-5923 or 850-584-8191
Mark A. Moneyhan
Licensed and Insured
Certified Quality Specialist.
Estate Sale Prep Services, Remove
the emotional attachment to your loved
ones things. We do the work: tables,
pricing, set up. You do the sale:
COLLECT THE MONEY. 584-4678
NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING: The
District Board of Trustees of North
Florida Community College will hold
its regular monthly meeting Tuesday,
November 15, 2011 at 5:30 p.m. In the
NFCC Board Room, NFCC, 325 NW
Turner Davis Dr., Madison, FL. A copy
of the agenda may be obtained by
writing: NFCC, Office of the President,
325 NW Turner Davis Dr., Madison, FL
32340. For disability-related
accommodations, contact the NFCC
Office of College Advancement,
850-973-1653. NFCC Is an equal
access/equal opportunity employer.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETINGS OF THE
NORTH FLORIDA BROADBAND
LEGAL RFP SELECTION/TRANSITION
And Board Meeting
The North Florida Broadband
Authority ('NFBA") ar..r..:n._,-;
meetings of the NFBA C'r-,,atr.;
Committee that all Interested persons
are invited to attend. The NFBA Is a
legal entity and public body created
pursuant to the provisions of Section,
163.01, Florida Statutes, and an
Interlocal Agreement among Baker,
Bradford, Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist,
Hamilton, Jefferson, Lafayette, Levy,
Madison, Putnam, Suwannee, Taylor,
Union and Wakulla Counties and
municipalities of Cedar Key, Cross
City, Lake City, Live Oak, Monticello,
Perry, White Springs and Worthington
Springs, Florida. The NFBA will hold the
following public meetings:
NFBA Transition Committee 1:00 p.m.
on Monday, November 14, 2011 at
the City of Lake City Council
Chambers, 205 N.E. Marion Avenue,
Lake City, FL 32055. The NFBA
Transition Committee will review the
responses received from Legal RFP
12-02 and Financial RFP 12-01 and
also conduct general business of the
Transition Committee. ,
NFBA Board of Directors 10:00 a.m. on
Wednesday, November 16, 2011 at
the Suwannee River Water
Management District, Suwannee
Room, 9225 County Road 49, Live
Oak, Florida 32060. The NFBA Board
of Directors meeting will be held to
conduct general business of the
The following previously scheduled
public meetings have been
NFBA Transition Committee
scheduled for 10:00 a.m. on
Wednesday. November 16, 2011.
If a person' decides to appeal any
decision made by the NFBA with
respect to any matter considered at
the meeting, such person will need a
record of the proceedings and may
need to ensure that a, verbatim
record Is made, Including the
testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is to be made. In
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accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act, persons needing
special accommodation or an
Interpreter to participate In this
proceeding or have any questions
please contact Faith Doyle, Clerk to
the NFBA Board at (877) 552-3482 or
(407) 629-6900 at least two (2)
business days prior to the date of the
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
Case No. 11-114-CA
Joyce A. Fleming N/K/A
Joyce A. Chezem
Clay Glenn Miller
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November is Hire
A Veteran Month!
Join Workforce for an
evening showcasing the
benefits of hiring
Speakers Will Include
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An equaI opportunity program t.
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walble uipon request to peoplewh wh
disabilies. All voice etephone
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NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS GIVEN that In accordance
with the amended Uniform Final
Judement of Foreclosure entered on
October. 11, 2011 In Civile 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
Tuesday, November 15
North Florida Workforce
705 E. Base Street, Madison
otons tbr tNorth flordds economy
the main entrance of the Taylor
County Courthouse, Perry, Florida, at
11:00 AM on Tuesday, November 15,
2011, the real property desscrlbed
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: Marti Lee DC
INVITATION TO BID
The Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners is soliciting sealed
proposals for construction of the
Keaton Beach Coastal Park.
Qualified firms or individuals desiring
to provide the required products or
services must submit five (5)
packages In a sealed envelope or
similar package marked "Sealed
Proposal for Keaton Beach Coastal
Park" to the Clerk of Court, 1st Floor
Courthouse, 108 North Jefferson
Street,-Sulte 102, Perry, Florida 32347
or P.O. Box 620, Perry, Florida 32348,
to arrive no later than 4:00 P.M., local
time, on December 13, 2011. All
Proposals MUST have the
respondent's name and mailing
address clearly shown on the outside
of the enveope or package when
submitted. Proposals will be opened
and respondents announced at 6:15
P.M. local time, or as soon thereafter
as practical, on December 13, 2011,
In the Taylor County Administrative
Complex, 201 East Green Street,
Perry, Florida 32347.
RFP Information MUST be obtained
from the Clerk of Court, 1st. Floor
Courthouse, 108 North Jefferson
Street, Suite 102, Perry, Florida 32347,
(850) 838-3506, for a $50.00 non-
refundable fee. RFP Information
may be revelwed on-line at
A Pre-Bid Conference will be held at
10:00 a.m. on November 30, 2011, at
the Administrative Complex located
at 201 East Green Street, Perry,
Florida 32347. Bidders are
encouraged to attend.
The County reserves the right, in Its
sole and absolute discretion, to
reject any or all Proposals, to cancel
or withdraw this solicitation at any
time and waive any Irregularities in
the RFP process. The County reserves
the right to award any contract to
the respondent which it deems to
offer the best overall service;
therefore, the County Is not bound to
award any contracts) based on the
lowest quoted price. The County, In
Its sole and absolute discretion, also
reserves the right to waive any minor
defects in the process and to
accept the proposal deemed to be
in the County's best Interest. No
faxed Proposals will be accepted,
Additional Information may be
Taylor County Engineering
201 East Green Street
Perry, FL 32347
BY THE ORDER OF THE BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, Taylor
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
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 whixh the property was
assessed are as follows:
Certficate number: 99
Year od Issuance: 2008
;Description of Property:
Parcel Number R07166-524
Commence at the Northeast corner
of Section 4, Township 3 South,
Range 9 East, and run South ODD 00M
OOS East, a distance of 1694.42 feet
to the Point of Beginning, from said
Point of Beginning continue South
00D 00M OS East, a distance of
1820.43 feet to the centerline of Farr
Road; thence along said centerllne
run North 89D 55M 15S West, a
distance of 1196.42 feet; thence
leaving said centerline run North 00D
00M 00S 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
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
IN THE COUNTY COURT, THIRD
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
CASE NO 62-2011-CC-177-OOA-01
JAMES MICHAEL SIMPSON
JOHN HENRY SIMPSON, JR
SHAWN CHRISTOPHER SIMPSON
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 CqPY 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,
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
For Sale, 1989 17' 4" Sunbird boat VIN
S13273374B989 with a 1979 Johnson
140 H.P. outboard motor 140983R
and a Magic Loader trailer. Being
held by Tim and Shari Powell. On
account of Kristy Bullington. This sale
will be held at 9 a.m., on Wed.,
November 30, at the River Haven
Marina located at 1110 Riverside
Drive, Steinhatchee, FL.. If the boat
does not sale Tim and Shari will be
taking title to the boat on December
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Honor students named
Taylor County Middle School
has announced its honor roll for
the first nine weeks of the 2011-
12 school year:
6th grade, All A's
Katherine Crawford, Chloe
Cruce, Jessica Knowles, Hunter
Lundy, Josh Mixon, Sahil
Patel, Eric Pigford, Joel
Stengel, Brandin Thurman,
Jarrett Touchton and Kalie
6th grade, A/B
Nazil Ahmed, Hunter Bell,
Alexis Belle, Henry Blue,
Kendal Blue, Sydney Bohlman,
James Brown, Logan Calhoun,
Clayton Clark, Destyni Cooper,
John Deming, Katelyn Gant,
Travis Higgins, Rylee Hudson,
Austin Kidd, Philip Lago,
Thomas Lee, Clara Lilliott,
Joseph Loftus, Delanie Louk,
Cassie Markey, Ceanna Markle,
Ashton Massey, Brooke
McGuire, Lillie McNutt,
Shawna Montgomery, Anna
Morgan, Eli Morgan, Jena
Morgan, Meagan Mosley,
Jordan Niles, Jeremy Padgett,
Ariel Parker, Jacob Patterson,
Drayton Pegg, Alicia Price,
Abigail Ratliff, Kylee
Roberts, Seth Rucks, Katelyn
Severance, Ashley Tucker,
Hunter Vann, Silvia Villagomez,
Nathaniel Washington, Trenten
Weatherly, Lillie Welch, Brailyn
Wilkes, Gerald Williams,
Timothy Williams, Clinton
Wood and Brandon Young.
7th grade, All A's
Shelby Blanton, Jackson
Cruce, Dylan Dudley, Rosalia
Flores, Dean Franklin, Katelyn
Fulford, Jamira Green, Jacob
Hershberger, Brooke Hicks,
Lauren Lee, Victoria Manning,
Hannah Polley, Hunter Stanley,
Caleb Wentworth, Courtney
Wilder and Ashlyn Wiles.
7th grade, A/B
Noah Blaske, Malik Blount,
Joshua Bodiford, Hannah
Bratcher, Austin Brown, Valarie
Brown, Justin Cowart, Brooke
Dean, Liwillie Elder, Daniel
Everett, Sha'kerria Franklin,
Makayla Freeman, Kanya
Gant, Katelyn Griffin, Nathan
Guenthner, Charles Gurr,
Keaton Holden, Samari Island,
Fazarian Johnson, Seamone
Johnson, Erica Keeler, Lindsey
Lawson, Graham Lynn, Cole
MacNeill, Alan Mader, Adalia
Mason, Tynikqua McNair,
MariaMitchell, Emalee Morgan,
Hannah Noles, Malcolm Page,
Magan Patterson, Victoria
Porter, Hannah Rice, Klayton
Rowell, Alexander Sellers,
Hunter Stanley, Michael
Sullivan, Heaven Terry, Bambi
Wald, Destinee Walker,
Marie Watkins, Caleb
Wentworth, Stephanie Wentz,
Christina White, John Young,
Kevin Young and Neham
8th grade, All A's
Rebecca Barber, Paras
Bhakta, William Blue, Hannah
Davis, Trevor Driggers,
Madison Elliott, Zavian
Flowers, Dillon Herndon,
Greyson Hicks, Kaydee Keen,
Ashleigh Langford, Hayden
Lilliott, Sean Patterson, Kasey
Pridgeon, Destany Schubert,
Kenneth Smith, Claudia
Strickland, Joshua Weaver,
Catherine Weed, Justin Welch
and Natalie Wynn.
8th grade, A/B
Sarinah Anthony, Ariel
Arcularius, Sabrina Barnhardt,
Kyani Beasley, Madonna
Bhakta, Ross Brenner, Zariah
Brown, Landon Byrd, Natalie
Carter, Savannah Catalano,
Jordan Crouse, Dakota Cruce,
Justin Cruse, Mykala Dean,
Jasmynn Dowdell, Sebastian
Eddings, Ja'kala Fudge, Jessie
Gregory, Gabriel Gross, Cody
Harrison, Macalah Hill, Denean
Hopson, Christopher Houck,
Jayla Island, Brittanie Johnson,
Nathan Kallschmidt, Lauren
Lastinger, De'kayla Lawson,
Sebastian Ledlow, Bonnieann
Mader, Miguel Martin,
Kristina McGowan, Andrena
Merkerson, Taylor Mills,
Hunter Morgan, Brittany Niles,
Mireya Otero, Hayley Padgett,
Madison Parker-Lee, Allyssa
Powell, Desmond Rivers, Wyatt
Russell, Clayton Schmidt,
Brody Smith, William Smith,
Bethany Snodgrass, Jamesia
Strawter, Kameron Tanner,
Mercedes Taylor, Jacqueline
Turner, Kimberly Villagomez,
Katherine Wald, Sierra Walker,
Timothy Walker, Abbeygail
Weatherly, D'andre Wells, Cole
Wentworth, Catrina Wilson,
Kalab Wilson and Kaylyn
NFCC preparing for Spring Term 2012;
open registration will begin on Nov. 21
North Florida Community
College (NFCC) is now
offering academic advising for
its Spring Term 2012.
Classes begin Jan. 9 and
current NFCC students can
begin registering for classes as
early as Nov. 14.
. Open registration starts Nov.
According to NFCC's
advising department,. "it's
important for all new and
current students to meet with
an advisor before registering
for classes. Advising offers
students a thorough review
of completed academic
coursewoik and academic
progress; review of completed,
current, and future coursework
relative to academic, transfer
and career goals; notification
of changes to course schedules,
program requirements, transfer
dates and other information
necessary to facilitate timely
completion of academic goals;
and provides discussion
and guidance for academic
For more information
on academic advising at
NFCC, visit http://www.nfcc.
edu/admissions/advising or call
For admission information,
please contact NFCC
Enrollment Services at (850)
973-1622 or admissions@nfcc.
Kiwanis officers installed
Kiwanis Lt. Gov. Tommy Mills (far left) of Tallahassee recently participated in officer
installation ceremonies for the Perry Club. Installed for the 2011-12 year were (left
to right) Treasurer Gil Williams, President-elect Bobby Edwards and President Bruce
Ratliff. Officers not shown are Secretary Jan Hopkins and Vice President Don Curtis.
Point of Grace Christian
announces its honor roll
Point of Grace Christian
has announced its honor roll
for the first nine weeks grading
period of 2011-12:
Kindergarten, All A's
Steven Bodiford, Samantha
Bratcher, Aiden Cone, Kayla
Edwards, Holly ,Gantz,
Alana Hall, Landyn Hendry,
Rebekah Hill, Simon Jackson,
Michael Morris, Tanner Nix,
Kaitee Roberts, Christian Rock,
Corbin Thomas and Haley
Hannah Harvey, Layla Hunter
and Kolby Newton.
1st Grade, All A's
T.J. ; Carlton, Cameron
Croft, Trinity Delair, Evian
Evans, Alayna Fittje, Mitchell
Hill, Trenton Hill, Kalyan
McMullen, Wyatt Murrow,
Michael O'Neal, Maci Padgett,
Brianna Reams and Sydney
1st Grade, A/B
Samuel Gengler, Blake
Hernandez, Maria Peacock and
2nd Grade, All A's
Callie Blanton, Kailee
Brunson, Travis Bush, Ethan
Cassidy, Zachary Cassidy,
Blayne Clanton, Aidan Cribbs,
Abby Ellison, Ethan Gengler,
Allison Grubbs, Sarah Hunt,
Jenna Lindsey, Hailey Parker,
Dalton Woods and Chase
2nd Grade, A/B
Marysa Gunter, Brooke
Hudson and Caroline Lilliott.
3rd Grade, All A's
Sydney Carlton, Maddie
Drawdy, Hunter Harvey, Tyler
Knight, Kaitlyn Strickland and
3rd Grade, A/B
Anna Hill and Katie Lundy.
4th Grade, All A's
AbbiGayle Cope and Gabriel
4th Grade, A/B
Elizabeth Bratcher, Seth
Bush, Abbie Cassidy, Kalob
Hunter, Julianna Lindsey,
Alexis Rock, Kaitlynn Shelton
and Wes Williams.
5th Grade, All A's
Eli Dorman and Casey
5th Grade, A/B
Canyon Gray, Marah Kinsey
and Will Newman.
6th Grade, All A's
Kinley Dorman and Ryan
6th Grade, A/B
Mikayla Brooke, Lanzy
Cribbs, Owen Drawdy, Justin
Holden, Aubreigh Johnson and
7th Grade, All A's
Clayton Bush and Christian
7th Grade, A/B
Bradley Clanton, Cameron
Logan and Melissa Maynard,
8th Grade, A/B
Hannah Baron, Morgan
Cribbs, Matthew O'Neal and
Holiday food drive slated Nov. 17-30
During its Customer Appreciation Days, Nov. 17-30, OneMain
Financial will collect non-perishable food items for distribution this
holiday season. "The collected food will be donated to the Taylor
Senior Citizens which will, in turn, distribute it to local residents
before the holidays," said Lynn Bennett, OneMain branch manager.
U.S.DA INSPECTED WHOLE OR RIB HALF
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THGHS (FAMILY PACK) FAMILY PACK
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Dating back to 1961
A Great Keepsake for the
"Bulldog" in Your Family!
Mowers On Sale
Convenience Meets Comfort
starting at $299
starting at $1,199
S 11.5- to 17-hp Briggs & Stratton engine
28" or 33" mower deck widths
Available Hi-Vac bagging system Includes patented,
rolled-lip deck for unmatched vacuuming
Large collection bags hold 5 to 6 bushels!
Makes Perfect Sense
starting at $2,099
18.5 to 22-hp Briggs & Stratton engines
38",42", 44" or 50" mowing deck
Tight 14" turning radius on LT200
Professional Components Come
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we will pay you 10%n more if you use as a store cr ,dit,
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