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Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1961


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1


dead in triple shooting


Inside today
Don't miss a smoking' good
time at the 4th annual Southern
Pines Blues & BBQ Festival
Friday, Dec. 9, and Saturday,
Dec. 10, at Forest Capital State
Park...admission is free.
The music starts at 5 p.m.
Friday and continues through
Saturday night. The festival is
also host to the Florida BBQ
Association's Triple Crown
Championship Invitational
Series as well as open and
backyard competitions.
For details on all the
happenings, please see the
special edition inside today's
TacoTimes.

BBQ festivalo hold
drawing
The 5th annual Southern
Pines Blues and Barbecue
Festival is featuring a drawing
with multiple prizes available.
Tickets are available for $5
each and the drawing will be
held Saturday, Dec. 10, at the
festival. You do not need to be
present to win.
The prizes include: entry
to the Bub-ba-Q Competition
Cooking School (value,
$500.00); one of two Lang BBQ
Smokers Cast Iron Fire Pit Rings
(value, $250 each); RDS BBQ
grill (value, $500.00); Thule tool
box; BBQ grill kits; Bob Medina's
cookbook; and John Boy & Billy
Sauce.
Proceeds from the drawing
will benefit the festival.


p .Dec, 15
Taylor County High School
Boys Soccer Boosters will host
a spaghetti dinner Thursday,
Dec. 15, at Dorsett Stadium
(concession stand).
Dinners, which are $5 each,
may be picked up from 4-8 p.m.
Tickets are available from any
soccer booster or at the Perry
Police Department.

ou tC stems is
thris ekend
The 26th annual Greenville
Country Christmas will be held
Friday and Saturday, Dec. 9-10.
The event begins at 6 p.m.
at Haffye Hays Park with an
invocation. Community caroling
and a live nativity scene will
be at 6:15 and the tree lighting
ceremony at 6:45.
On Saturday, arts and crafts
begin at 9 a.m., following
opening ceremonies at 10 and
the parade at 11.
The date of the event was
incorrectly reported in Friday's
Perry News-Herald.




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By ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI
Staff writer
As members of his
family quietly sobbed in the
background, Paul Eugene
McNutt appeared resigned
and cooperative during court
proceedings before Judge
Stephan "Buddy" Murphy
Tuesday morning.
The 69-year-old Perry man is
charged with one count murder
and two counts attempted
murder following a shooting
incident Monday evening jiear
his home in the 3000 block of
Johnson Stripling Road.
While investigators are still
working to determine a motive
in the case, court documents
detail a longstanding property
dispute between McNutt and
the victims, Lee Edward Spees
Sr., 70, and his two sons, ,Lee
Edward Spees Jr., 47, and David
M. Spees, 42.
Lee Spees Jr. died from
wounds sustained in the


L,, ee Spees Sr.


shooting. As of presstime
Tuesday, Lee Spees Sr. was listed
in critical condition and David
Spees in serious condition at
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital
(TMH).
The shooting occurred around
5:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 5.
"We received a 911 call
reporting that several people
had been shot. Responding
deputies found three individuals


with gunshot wotmds. The
alleged shooter was taken into
custody at the scene and was
cooperative. A weapon was
recovered and our investigation
is on-going," Taylor County
Sheriff's Office (TCSO) Capt.
Ron Rice said.
"The three victims were
transported to Doctors'
Memorial Hospital and then to
Tallahassee."


Spees' two sons were airlifted
to TMH; Spees himself was
transported by ambulance to the
facility.
While Rice would not
comment on who else was at
the scene during the shooting,
he did confirm that "there were
witnesses to the incident."
The Florida Department of
Law Enforcement (FDLE)
Crime Scene Unit was


dispatched to the scene and
agents were also called in to
assist on the case.
TCSO Inv. Donna Lee
is taking the lead in the
investigation.
Dozens of individuals were
near the scene Monday night,
but were denied close access.
By Tuesday morning, the area
,",* Please see page 3


Paul Eugene McNutt, center, is escorted to the Taylor County Courthouse for a first appearance hearing Tuesday
morning before Judge Stephen '"Buddy" Murphy. The hearing was continued until today (Wednesday) at the
request of the State Attorney's Office. Murphy informed McNutt, who is charged with one count of murder and
two counts attempted murder, that he is not eligible for bond.


Blues BQ buzz hits the airwaves


You heard it here first.


Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce President Dawn I aylor (center) is
shown in the studio with John Boy (right) and Billy of the syndicated Big Show.
Taylor was on the air with the comedic duo during their Tuesday morning broadcast
to promote the 4th annual Southern Pines Blues & BBQ Festival.


Nominees are sought

for Educators' Hall of

Fame, Class of 2012
The Taylor County School District is looking for nominations for
the newest inductees into the Educators' Hall of Fame.
Nominations will be accepted through Wednesday, Jan. 4, and
must be turned in by noon on that day at the Alton H. Wentworth
Administrative Complex, which is named after an inaugural
inductee of the hall of fame.
Nomination forms are available at the complex.
Mildred Fike, Lillie Greene and the late Georgia Mae Miller
were the last to be inducted into the Educators' Hall of Fame during
a ceremony held in February. Together, they represented 97 years of
service to the children of Taylor County.
To be eligible for consideration, nominees must have:
served as a Taylor County School Board member, a non-
instructional staff member, an instructional staff member or as an
administrator;
retired or resigned from the Taylor County School District;
a minimum of 25 years working in the field of education with
a minimum of 20 years service in Taylor County (board members
must have a minimum of 12 years service on the Taylor County
School Board).
Additionally the nomination form includes the following
-* Please see page 3


..on The Big Show!


If you tuned into the John Boy
& Billy Radio Show Tuesday
morning, you may have heard a
familiar voice.
Dawn Taylor, president of the
Perry-Taylor County Chamber
of Commerce and one of the
coordinators of this weekend's
Southern Pines Blues & BBQ
Festival, was on the show to
promote the festival.
This is the third year Big
Show Foods and John Boy
& Billy Grilling Sauce have
been the title sponsors of the
festival's sauce contest.
"It was great and a lot of fun,"
Taylor said of her time on the
show, which airs locally on Gulf
104 out of Tallahassee.
The show itself is taped in
Charlotte, N.C., and Taylor was
on hand Monday morning for
recording.
"The guys are a lot of fun,"
Taylor said. "It really is a lot of


ad-lib."
As for the festival, it received
significant publicity during
Tuesday's broadcast.
"They talked about it
constantly from 7 a.m. all the
way through until they went
off at 10," Taylor .said. "They
also gave me quite an extensive
interview to fill in the details.
"They were very welcoming.
The staff remembered us from
the previous years. We got to
hang out and watch the whole
show be recorded."
Even after the show was
done, the fun didn't end.
"We had a cook-out after the
show," Taylor said. "They fixed
chicken wings, pork chops and
sausage--all with John Boy and
Billy Grilling Sauce, of course.
To date, some 60 sauces
have already entered this year's
"*. Please see page 3


And the winner is...
This is what a $600 cake looks like! The 1 0-layer confection was a hot auction item
at the 8th annual Toy Run benefitting Guardian ad Litem Saturday, Dec. 3. Scott and
Sally MacNeill, right, won the cake during the first round of bidding; they donated
it back for, another round. Mike Jolley, second from left, was the winning bidder in
that round...and put it back up for bid once again. The third time was the charm for
Carole Odom, left, who won the third and final round. The cake--which by that time
had raised $595--was then sold by the slice. Linda Peacock, with Guardian ad Litem,
contributed the cake for the run. For more on the event, please see page B-1.


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Editorial


MARK MOIOAN INC


A-2 TacoTimes
December 7, 2011 .


THINKING OUT LOUD
By RAY EVANS


Auld Acquaintances


One of the ni' benefits
(to me, at leastiof living
in the small town where I
grew up is continuing to see
familiar faces from my youth.
The old, familiar streets and
buildings provide their own
reminders of particular events
and experiences nothing
ties us to the pas e our old
acquaintances.
On a recent Sunday after
church, my new bride and I
decided to have lunch at a local
restaurant. After getting our
table and ordering beverages we
headed toward the buffet line.
But, wait! Just a few steps away
sat a former school teacher, now
in her 90s, and another friend. I
told my bride that the lady with
whom we were speaking had
taught my late wife in 1942-
43, and she found that hard to
believe. Afew steps farther, and
there sat one of my late wife's
classmates from those years,
with her husband. As usual,
a few words of conversation
before we moved on toward the
buffet. But, wait! Again;.
A man stood from one of the
tables and called me by name.
A few seconds of brain strain
enabled me to identify him as
a former fellow band member
from the 1940s, home for a
visit. (Oh, the go es we
had in that firs school
band!). With him his wife,
the sister of a local businessman


who is one of my former
classmates. At their table sat
the man's cousin and his wife,
both in my age group and well
known to me. Introductions,
then a bit of catching-up, then
on to our dinner.
As we dined my wife said
she wished that she could have
encounters like that whenever
she went back to the small town
in North Carolina where she
grew up, but apparently that is
not to be. It isn't so different
from Perry. It was anchored by
a large fabric mill. There were
"town kids" and "mill kids," the
latter usually in a lower-income
group. The usual churches,
banks, business, establishments,
feed store, etc. The population.
isn't very different from ours.
We were there a few weeks
ago for her sister's memorial,
service. Before the service we
drove through town as my wife
pointed out the house where
she grew up; the church where
she began playing the piano for
services at age 14, and other
familiar sights, I took some
pictures for her benefit. But, she
said, when she has gone here in
recent years she has met no one
from her school group. No one.
It seems that most of them have
either died or moved elsewhere.
And, she said, that made it
seem not so much like home
anymore. When we assembled
at the cemetery. all of her


relatives were nephews, nieces
and such. All of her siblings are
deceased and only the younger
family members remain.
My seven siblings are also
deceased, and my five nephews
who were very near my own
age. I have six nieces scattered
far and wide, but communicate
with only two of them to any
extent. The house on West
Green Street where I was bom
still stands but I have never
been inside. The family moved
when I was one year old, and
the other three houses that we
occupied during my childhood
and youth no longer stand.
Recalling those relatives and
things that used to be is a bit
sad. Old acquaintances are
the nearest thing to "family"
remaining from those years.
My brain tells me that nothing
lasts forever, but sometimes my
heart wishes that truth could be
denied.
As I wrote, above, seeing
old, familiar faces and having
a few words with old friends'
is a good thing. It helps us re-
live some treasured. moments.
So, if you are fortunate enough
to see some old acquaintance
from long ago, be sure to stop
and talk for a few minutes. I
promise that both of you will
appreciate it after you part. And
savor the moment, because our
numbers are dwindling far too'
fast.


Herman, Herman, Herman...
Everybody Knows You Have To Be
White And Liberal To Pull This Stuff Off."


Midweek Muddle


Letters to the Editor


Homecoming tradition now a


situatfin of 'pick and choose'?


Dear Editor:
Hoiecminging Kng i -and'.
QueeW" at Taylor County 'High
School is a special honor,
chosen by peers of their
class. jLL
Tradition has been for the
king and queen from the
previous year to hand down
their crowns to the new king
and queen, unless the previous
king and queen could not make
arrangements to be present.
My niece, ,'Courtney
Brown, happen: to be
2010 homecomi queen;
the king was Tony Jackson.
As of Thursday, Nov. 3, the


day of homecoming pep-
rally. Courtney had not been
contacted so her dad called the
school to see when and where
Courtney needed to be to hand
down the crown.
He was told that Tony was
not able to attend so "they were
not going to do it that way this
year."
Tony not being, able to. be"
present had nothing to dd-
with Courtney. Although
Courtney's schedule is )busy,
she had made plans to attend.
After researching, the 2009
queen, Gloria Taylor; was not
contacted; she called the school


to find out when and where she
needed to be.-She did'hand hertz
crown down to Courtney.
I researched the previous
five years to learn that each of
the previous queens handed
their crowns down to the new
queen. I did not research kings.
In my opinion the decision not
to contact the queen to hand
down the crown the past couple
of years has been a pick and
choose situation. Seems to me
that feelings no longer matter
and tradition is just that...,
history.
. Disappointed Aunt,
Cindy Stephens


No ambulance available.to transport:

mother to Tallahassee for treatment?


Dear Editor: hurting and carried to this
This is to express my feelings hospital, They sent her back
to the Perry City Council, home, saying she had gas. The
Taylor County Commission and next day--less than 12 hours
who ever else it concerns. later--the ambulance was called
I recently had the displeasure to rush her to the hospital when
of being hospitalized. While we were informedthat they only
there I was treated ith loving had one running ambulance
care by the s 'tBut the and could not transport her to
condition of thI ly new Tallahassee.
building and the equipment All the others were .broke
are in dire need of repair or down and they could not leave
replacement. the county in the one working
Then my mother was ambulance. We carried her


Wednesday, December7, 2011


123 S. Jefferson Street
Perry, Florida


P.O.Box 888
(850) 584.5513


DONALD D. LINCOLN SUSAN H. LINCOLN
Publisher Managing Editor
DEBBIE CARLTON CAROLYN DuBOSE
Business. ger Advertising Director
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Staff Writer/Advertising Sales GraphicArts
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Staff Writer Classified Advertising
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reserves the right to refuse publication of letters which are lbelous or irresponsible.
Name maybe withheld if circumstances so require, but all letters submitted should
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Welbokforwardto hearing from youl Our address is Perry, Newspapers, Inc., PuO.
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Member Perry/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce,


to Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital and she was rushed
to emergency surgery for a
rupture--a leaking stomach--
and she is currently in intensive
care. She was not stable when
we got there or when we left
Taylor County in a car.
The Taylor County
Commission should pray that
it does not cost her life. There
will be legal actions.Where is
the tax dollars going if we do
not have a basic emergency
transport available? Why do we
Americans citizens (some of
which have given their all) pay
for, putting our lives on the line
only to receive this treatment.
It is appalling. Where is the
care and compassion? Has our
county gone to the dogs? Why
is our health care system not in
working condition? Where are
my tax dollars going, another
boat ramp perhaps? Where
are the priorities of our county
leaders?
Sincerely
Becky Edwards

Letters to the Editor
are accepted and published
each week in the TacoTimes
as space is available. Send
letters to P.O. Box 888, Perry,
FL 32348; or newsdesk@
perrynewspapers.com.
Please include a phone
number with your letter for
verification (your phone
number will not be published).


Fork tender


For years, my Mother took it as her
personal responsibility to inventory
my silverware drawer and re-stock as
nece ssary, 2 nas
"Ii ordering you another knife for
Christmas," she would say.
"I don't think I need another knife," I
would respond, hoping for a cashmere
sweater instead.
"Yes, you do. I counted at
Thanksgiving. You're missing one."
The other day, I couldn't help but miss
her, too, as I noticed we were down to.
four dinner forks. It hurts my heart to
think that someone might have thrown
out a fork with a to-go meal, but -Life
happens, especially ,When you're not
looking.
So I contacted the company, which,
thanks to my Mother, had all my
personal information. They know
every piece of stainless, china and
crystal I own. It occurred to me that a
skillful thief could apply for an entry
level job there and make off like a
bandit throughout the United States
and Canada.
"I need to order two more dinner
forks," said I.
She knew the pattern; she almost'
knew where the kitchen drawer was
located. .
"I'm sorry, that pattern has been
discontinued and we don't currently
have forks in stock.
"This is how this works," she
continued, and I felt like I was in a
huddle for the Super Bowl.
"We will get your e-mail address
and as soon as we receive any stock
from a close-out of a jewelry store or
manufacturing facility, we will send
you a message. It is critical that you
respond as soon as possible."
I thanked her kindly and wondered if
she wasn't being a little overly dramatic
about forks, but I admire people who
are enthusiastic about their work.
Days passed. Weeks zoomed
by. Suddenly, I had an e-mail. "For the
fastest service, please call this number,"
the message directed.
And so I did.
"Mrs. Lincoln," the lady said with
obvious dismay, "I am so sorry. But
I just sold all 12 of those forks this
morning."
"You had 12?" I asked.
"You sold them all?" I blurted out.
"Yes ma'am, it's very important that
you contact us as soon as you receive
the e-mail."
"I did," I countered. "The e-mail came
on Friday and I responded on Monday
morning when I returned to my
desk."
"I'm afraid that wasn't soon enough,"
she said, and I couldn't get over my
surprise that 12 forks in my chosen


By SUSAN H. LINCOLN

pattern were snatched up that quickly.
"Will you have others?" I asked like a
fork-lorn child.
"Oh yesw ma'am, you jt i tfleep
watching your e-mail, and thank you
for calling."
I thought little of it until another 10
days passed and an e-nmail popped up
on my screen. Two forks had emerged
in my pattern.
I called the number.
"I'm so sorry, Mrs. Lincoln," the lady
said again. "I just sold those to another
customer this morning."
"Are ;you kidding me?" I had to ask,
going through the normal litany of
Reasons I Might Be Shunned: have I
published a story about one of her loved
ones? Was her name in the Booking
Desk? Did I cut her off in traffic or
steal her parking place at Winn-Dixie?
But wait, she's in North Carolina. She
doesn't know me from Adam's
housecat,.she just knows I like Colonial
Shell stainless flatware by Reed &
Barton.
And that's enough to wield power
over me.
"Mrs. Lincoln," she said in a motherly
tone, "you're going to have to respond
quickly to get those forks."
"Good grief," I said, while inquiring
about a waiting list.
,:,"We no longer do that. With the
electronic age, we just feel it's better
to post what we have and allow the
customers to select what they need at
their leisure."
Leisure? Yeah, right. I tried to walk
away from my imaginative conspiracy
theories, but it was all a bit troubling.
I had almost forgotten about my
dilemma, however, until last Thursday
morning. There was the e-mail; six
forks had been secured from the
universe. There was the phone. There
was the little lady.
"I am so sorry," she said. "I just hung
up with a customer, and sold all six."
"Now, wait a minute," I said. "My
Mother would write you letters to get
replacement stainless and she was
always successful. I call immediately
and I can't seem to buy a fork."
"Two forks," she corrected. "And not
immediately," she said. "That e-mail
was sent at 6:15 last evening. It's now
9 a.m."
Jerry Seinfeld had his Soup Nazi.
I have a Stainless Lady who has stuck
it to me with every fork in my selected
pattern.
Three strikes normally means "you're
out," but I'm not going anywhere. I'm
giving her another three strikes--but
just three more--before I decide that
I need a new pattern, from a new
company with a new lady...who is fork
tender.


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A-3 TacoTimes December 7,2011


Property dispute dated back to


TRIPLE SHOOTING
Continued from page 1
was once again quiet with the
only evidence of the tragic
incident being a torn piece of
law enforcement tape winding
through nearby brush and
what appeared to be a damaged
fence.
In court documents filed in
January, the Spees family (Lee
Sr., his wife, Connie, Tammy
(Slay) Spees and David M.
Spees) sought an injunction and
declaratory judgement against
Paul McNutt and his wife,
Diane.
The Spees evidently gained
access to their property by using
a 30-foot easement that ran
along the southern boundary of


McNutt's property.
In the complaint, the
Spees alleged that "there
have been numerous verbal
confrontations regarding use of
the easement by the defendants
(McNutt)."
.The complaint further detailed
how David Spees "is a long haul
tractor driver and parks his truck
on his property. The defendant
(McNutt) has told Mr. David
Spees that the easement is for
passenger traffic only, and
he is not allowed to drive his
commercial vehicle down the
easement... the defendant also
told Spees that there are too
many people using the easement
as well as excessive speed on
the easement."
The Spees further alleged


that on or about Nov. 15, 2010,
McNutt placed obstructions on
the southern boundary of the
easement which impaired their
use of the easement.
"The Taylor County Sheriff's
Department was called' and
responded to the property and
stated this was a civil matter,"
the complaint stated.
"The arguments are
becoming progressively worse,
as the plaintiffs feel their rights
as dominant owners of the
easement have been violated...
there have been numerous
attempts to resolve this dispute
in an amicable fashion and all
have failed," the complaint
detailed.
The Spees asked the court
to enter an order declaring


that they should have rights
"to ingress, egress and regress
on the easement as well
as the right to maintain the
easement."
In July, the McNutts
responded to the complaint
by requesting an emergency
temporary injunction that would
"enjoin the plaintiffs from using
the property."
Attached to the complaint was
an affidavit of testimony from
Paul McNutt. In it, he stated that
he had erected a fence upon the
surveyed property line, which
bordered the disputed easement.
"...(the fence) did not prevent
the plaintiffs (the Spees) from
using the subject easement
to enter upon or leave their
property."


McNutt further testified
that "On July 7, 2011, (he)
came home from work and
discovered that the fence had
been torn down. The plaintiffs
acknowledged that they were
the persons responsible for this
action...the plaintiffs further
stated their intent to tear down
any other fences and that
law enforcement couldn't do
anything about said acts."
His affidavit concluded,
"The undersigned is concerned
that his property will suffer
irreparable harm if the plaintiffs
continue to act in such a
fashion while the above-entitled
litigation continues."
A hearing on the injunction
was held before Judge James
Roy Bean in September. Taking


2010


part in th proceedings were
'aul and Dlane McNutt, and
)avid Spees, along with their
espective attorneys.
Bean denied the motion for
temporary injunction and
ordered that all parties have
access to th' operty.
'The d*Zdants (McNutt)
hall not hab er or impede the
plaintiffs right of access to the
30-foot easement across the
south 30 feet of the defendant's
property," he ruled.
Less than a month later, on
Nov. 15, aliparties were issued a
notice regajng a final hearing
on the Spe ginal complaint
set for Jatn.
Funeral arrangements for Lee
Spees Jr. are being handled by
Bums Funeral Home.


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Now you can text or email tips


to Big Bend Crime Stoppers


To further engage citizens in
the fight against crime in Taylor
and surrounding counties, Big
Bend Crime-Stoppers (BBCS)
recently introduced three new
high-tech tools to submit crime
tips. Citizens may now text safe
and anonymous crime tips.
Crime Stoppers also now


offers a downloadable mobile
application for smart phone
users and an alert system
allowing law enforcement
agencies to notify citizens of
important emergency matters.
BBCS Executive Director
Sharon Ofuani will be joined
by: the board of directors,


Best overall sauce


will win $200 cash

THE BIG SHOW Winner of the in the "Best
rm Overall" category will also be
Continued from page 1 presented an autographed guitar
contest. signed by John Boy and Billy.
New this year, organizers Participants may enter as
have-added a $200 cash prize many sauces as they like ($20
for the "Best Overall Sauce." entry fee per sauce).,
First place in each category Only original sauces will
(original BBQ sauce, mustard- be allowed (no pre-packaged
based sauce arid hottest sauce) sauces will be accepted).
will receive $100 cash prizes, Sauce entries will be taken
trophies and bragging rights. 4-5:30 p.m. Friday with winners
Second place will be awarded to be announced Saturday at
$50 cash and a ribbon; third' 6 p.m. (You must be present to
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Dedication, work


ethic recognized

HALL OF FAME
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questions to be answered by the person making the nomination:
What contributions did the nominee make to the school 'system?
What contributions to the school system did the nominee make
above and beyond normal job duties?
Describe the nominee's dedication and work ethic.
Describe the nominee's relationship with his/her co-workers as
well as the public.
Describe the nominee's influence on children in the community
outside the school setting.


Available for adoption
Looking for a new best friend? These two dogs are
available for adoption at the Taylor County Animal
Shelter. (Top) This male Lab mix is one year old.
(Bottom) This brindle male mix goes by the name of
"Dingo" and is also one year old. Call the shelter today
at 838-3525.


police chiefs, sheriffs and law
enforcement officials from
Franklin, Gadsden, Jefferson,
Leon, 'Liberty, Taylor and
Wakulla counties in explaining
these new crime fighting tools
on Friday;,Dec. 9, in Tallahassee.
Using a completely secure
system, the new text feature
allows citizens to send a safe
and anonymous text to BBCS
using a cellular phone.
Citizens simply need to text
the key word "BBCS" plus their
message to CRIMES (274637).
The system will auto-reply
back to the citizen with a
confirmation containing a
unique ID number.
If the citizen wishes to text
additional information, they
simply respond to the auto-
reply message..
All messages are sent through
a server that encrypts cell phone
numbers before .they arrive at
the call center. As always, tips
may also be submitted online
via the BBCS website or by
phone.
"The new text feature allows
.citizens to send i014 riil~&ips
in real time," said Ofuani.
"Texting is safe, secure and
anonymous, and thus is a
valuable new tool to help law
enforcement agencies fight
criminal activity." She added
that text tipsters, like callers
,to mbre traditional hotlines,
are also eligible to collect cash
rewards of up to $1,000 if they
forward significant information.
: BBCS is also introducing
its ,new ALERT system and
free application. ALERT is
a text messaging and email
alert service, that allows .law
enforcement to communicate
with the public regarding events
in their areas.


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Sunday reception

honors couple's

50th anniversary
Family members of Rufus and Sue
Slaughter invite all friends and
relatives to a celebration of the
couple's 50th anniversary this Sunday,
Dec. 11.
A reception will be held in their
honor at Boyd New Life United
Methodist Church located at 2458
Boyd Road. I
The couple requests no gifts, please,
except the gift of your presence.


Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Slaughter, now and then


Tour raises $2000 for PWC


Mark Anthony Moneyhan, Lacey Marie Ratliff


Ratliff, Moneyhan will marry in

March at Steinhatchee Landing


Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ratliff of Perry announce
the engagement of their daughter, Lacey Marie,
to Mark Anthony Moneyhan, the son of Mark
and Patricia Moneyhan also of Perry.
The bride-elect is a 2003 graduate of Taylor
County High School and a 2007 graduate of
Florida State University. She is currently
employed as a financial associate at E-transport
Carriers in Perry. -


Zondra Monique Clayton'


Sunday's Holiday Tour of
Homes attracted more than 200
visitors and raised $2000 for
the Perry Woman's Club..
"We were very pleased with
the tour," said Barbara Bums,
treasurer of the club. "We
really appreciate these
homeowners for graciously
sharing their beautiful places


The prospective groom is a 1994 graduate of
Taylor County High School and is self-employed
at Tall Timber Tree Service.
Their wedding will take place on March 3,
2012, at 4:30 pm at Steinhatchee Landing
Resort.
No formal invitations will be issued. All
friends and family are invited to attend.


Clayton to graduate

Dec. 16 from FAMU

Zondra Monique Clayton will graduate from Florida A&M
University on Friday, Dec. 16, with a Bachelor of Science degree
in chemistry education. .
The commencement exercise will be held in the Alfred Lawson
Jr. Multipurpose Center on the FAMU campus.
Clayton is the daughter of George and Sandra Clayton of Perry.

Mark your calendar:

Garden Club meets

Wednesday, Dec. 14


Because of the holidays, the
December meeting of the Perry
Garden Club will be held one
week earlier this month, on
Wednesday, Dec. 14.
This will be a luncheon
meeting beginning at 11:30
a.m. Members are asked to


Holiday happening
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Laura Mock is hosting a Tasting Party
with Cheesecakes galore!.


5 Lager Key Lime, MississlppiA
Topping, Double Chocolate w/I
as well as hot soups, lo
wine and fl


Mud, Pumpkin w/lGiger Cream
Ganache & Sun Dried Tomato,
ts of other delectables,
favored tea.


Thursday, Dec. 8
Perry Garden Club, Drop-in from 4-7 p.m.
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Head Hostess Karen Ezell,
along with her committee of
Shuge Mangum, Fanette
Chesser, Mary Day, Shirley
Hall, Bettie Page and Geroma
Wiggins, will provide table
decorations. The horticulture
tip will be presented by Glenda
Slaughter.
After lunch, Bob Bell will
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Favorites for the,
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for friends to see."
Outside Earl Swann's
transformed abode, visitors
talked about "how much larger
the home was than it appeared
from the street." Hardwood
floors in the home were
"beautifully refinished."
At Eunice York Higgs' home,

Leah Ashlyn is

now number 1
Leah Ashlyn Carlton, the
daughter of Adam and Kim
Carlton, celebrated her first
birthday on Dec. 6.
Her .maternal grandparents
are Jim and Patricia Vann of
Eridu. Paternal grandparents
are Joey and Debbie Carlton of
Perry.
Joining in the celebration
were her brother, Eli, and
sister, Claire.


tour-goers admired her period
furniture and inviting sunroom.
Terry Thompson, with
husband Chet, proudly pointed
all friends to the picture of their
new grandchild. But. visitors
also admired the sewing room
and master bedroom.
At Alan and Tracy Hall's
home, the emphasis on family
was evident from the portraits
over the fireplace, to the
children's bedrooms of girly
pink or (Gator) blue;.
The original beadboard of
Alison and Justin Webb's home
showcased the vibrant colors
their daughters selected, and
everyone admired the kitchen
renovation.
In Alise and Kent
Thompson's home, the
restorations were tastefully
authentic, spilling over to the
welcoming patio garden,, a
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perform at NFCC Saturday


Enjoy a night of holiday
cheer, music and outstanding
entertainment as the North
Florida Community College
Artist Series welcomes
CristoFouri to the Van H. Priest
Auditorium stage on Saturday,
Dec. 10, at 7 p.m.
-The holiday concert features
'four pianists--Ed Barr, Jerry
Gowen, Jerry Roberson and


Andy Daughtry--all on stage
playing four grand pianos.
Larry McWilliams, a renowned
trumpeter and native of Madison
County, will also be featured as
a special guest performer.
"I saw CristoFouri during a
performance in Valdosta last
December and knew they would
be a hit with our Artist Series
patrons and the community,"


said Kim Scarboro, NFCC
Artist Series coordinator.
"It's a fun show and I
encourage everyone to attend.,
Plus two of the performers
have connections to Madison
--pianist Andy Daughtry and
special guest Larry McWilliams
are both well known artists
who got their start right here in
'Madison County."


Daughtry, not an original
member of CristoFouri, is
standing in for CristoFouri
pianist Michael Braz during the
Dec, 10 concert.
CristoFouri is a contemporary
piano quartet whose history
began more than 45 years when
teenage friends Jerry Gowen
and Jerry Roberson fascinated
family and friends with their


piano improvisations.
Tickets are on sale now at the
NFCC College Advancement
Office (Bldg. 32, NFCC
campus) or by calling (850)
973-1653.
More information is also
available at http://www.nfcc.
edu/community-programs/
artist-series- or email
ArtistSeries@nfcc.edu.


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A-6 The Taco Times December 7, 2011


December brings flurry of activity to local churches


The event calendars of churches in this community are filling to
capacity for the month of December.
Check out the following opportunities for worship and service;
you may find one that "fits."
Need music?
The Lighthouse Children's Home girls will perform at Westside
Baptist Church on Sunday, Dec. 11, during the 11 a.m. service.
Everyone is invited to "come hear the girls sing and testify to the
goodness of the Lord."
Hungry?
Solid Rock Apostolic Ministries will deliver spaghetti dinners
today, Dec. 7, for $6. You can call 838-3908 for more details. The
dinners come with salad, garlic bread (or roll) and soda.
Homecoming at New Bethel
New Bethel Missionary Baptist Church will observe
Homecoming on Sunday, Dec. 11,.at 11 a.m. All past and present
members are encouraged to attend, along with the community-at
large. The Rev. R. Knight is pastor.


Obituaries .


Estelle E. Santerfeit
Estelle E. Santerfeit, 73, died
on Thursday, Dec. 1, 2011, at
Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital.
A native and lifelong
resident of Taylor County, she
was the daughter of Thomas
Leslie Edwards and the former
Edna Elizabeth Porter.
Mrs. *Santerfeit was a
homemaker and a member of
the Perry First Church of God.
She was preceded in death by
her husband, John T. "J. T."
Santerfeit.
Survivors include: two sohs,
Al Edwards of Perry and Steve
(Bobbie) Williams of Miami;
one daughter, Pam Ford of*
Perry; one brother, Roy
Edwards of Havana; one sister,
Betty Lee of Alachua; five
grandchildren; nine great-
grandchildren; and a host of
nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be held
at Joe P. Burns Funeral Home
Chapel on Thursday, Dec.'8-,8at
2 p.m. with Nick Cothran
officiating.
Interment will follow ht
Woodlawn Cemetery.
Family members will receive
friends at Bums Funeral Home
from 6 -8 p.m. today, Dec. 7.
You may sign the guestbook at:

Card of

Thanks"

'The famiy of
Frankjlones
We truly and sincerely
would like to extend our
appreciation toward your
thoughtfulness of cards, food,
flowers, phone calls, time and
consideration and loving
prayers. A special thank you to
Doctors' Memorial Hospital
and Marshall Health Care.
May this be a love token of
thanks to you all.
Five generations descended
from Mr. Jones' heritage and
mourned his passing.
God bless you.
Spartytan
We wish to express our
sincere appreciation to our
friends and family for your
kindness, food, cards and
prayers during our time of loss.
Special thanks to Bums
Funeral Home, Big Bend
Hospice, Perry Masonic Lodge
#123, Perry Plaza Florist and
the minister, choir and
congregation from First United
Methodist Church of Perry.
With gratitude,
De Sparkman & Family


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Cheryl Marie Hollis
Cheryl Marie Hollis, 62, died
on Sunday, Dec. 4, 2011 at
Capital Regional Medical
Center.
She was born in Maine.
Coming from Orlando, she
lived in Mayo for the past 26
years. She was owner/manager
of her own resort business.
Mrs. Hollis was a member
of the 'Home Church
Ministries, and a member of
the Lafayette County Chamber
of Commerce.
She is survived by her
husband of 14 years, Jim Hollis
of Mayo; two sons, Jim
(Tonya) Hollis Jr. of Indian
Harbor Beach and Billy
(Barbara) Hollis of Arizona;
three daughters, Jamie (Jason)
Pecknold of Perry, Ricky
(Dana) Cucle and JaLynn
Hollis, both of Merritt Island;
four sisters, Donna. Mary,
Dawn and Carrie; and two
grandchildren, James and
Jeremy Pecknold.
A memorial service will be
planned at a later date. You
may sign the guestbook at:
www.joepbumsfuneralhomes.
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Need dessert?
If you're planning ahead for a crowd on Christmas Day, the
women of Perry Church of God will help with your baking.
Fruitcakes (from $6 to $30) can be baked to order, along with
nutcakes for $12 or $18. Please call 584-2010 to place your order
and arrange pick-up.
Need clothes?
Blue Creek Baptist Church will be hosting a free clothes give-
away on Saturday, Dec. 10, from 9 a.m.until 12 noon. Everyone
is invited to come pick out slightly used clothes for all ages. The
location is Beach Road, Keaton Beach
Clothes will be displayed on tables on the church lawn; some
toys will also be available. "Please come and take what you can
use," the church urges.

What do you know about Teen Challenge?
Perry First Assembly of God is hosting the Tallahassee Teen
Challenge men's program this Sunday, Dec. 11, during the 11 a.m.
worship service.
The program is designed to assist adult men (18 and above) with
substance abuse problems as well as other life-controlling issues.
Teen Challenge is a residential, faith-based program for a
minimum of 12 months, providing pastoral counseling, Christian
education classes, structure and discipline as well as opportunities
to gain work-related skills.
Pastor David Stephens invites everyone to come and learn more
about this ministry.
Love gospel music?
Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church will host a Gospel
Extravaganza on Sunday, Dec. 18, at 4 p.m. The program will
feature the Mt. Olive Youth Choir, the Mt. Olive Male Chorus and
the Abundant Praise Fellowship Choir.
Special guests will include "Dedicated," a quartet from
Tallahassee. Everyone is invited.


San Pedro Baptist Church
Rodney Watts, pastor 4420 San Pedro Rd.

Sunday School 10 am
Worship Service 11 am
Discipleship Training 6 pm
Worship Service 7 pm


WEDNESDAY
Choir Practice
Bible Study


7 pm
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Don't forget the nativity...
For the next two Monday nights, Dec. 12 and 19, New Home
Baptist Church will spotlight a live nativity scene on the church
grounds from 6-8 p.m. The community is invited to view this
special holiday event.
The troupe will also travel to Shady Grove on Dec. 17 for the
annual Christmas parade/celebration. The shepherds and wisemen
made their first appearance at last Friday's Downtown Christmas .
on the Square celebration

MLK rehearsals begin Saturday
Dr. Phillip Combs, director/musician, has issued a call for "all
voices" needed for the 2012 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Commemorative Celebration.
Choir rehearsals will be held at Antioch Missionary Baptist
Church on the following dates and times:
In December, practices are planned for Saturday, Dec. 10, at 3
p.m. and Tuesday, Dec. 13, at 6 p.m.
January rehearsals 01 begin at 6 p.m. and are scheduled for
Monday, Jan. 2, Tuesday/"Jan. 3, Thursday, Jan. 5, and Saturday,
Jan. 7.
11th Unity Program is Saturday
The Brotherhood of Taylor County will hold its llth Unity
Program on Saturday, Dec. 10, at 3 p.m. at New Jerusalem
Primitive Baptist Church in Perry where Elder Floyd Miles is
pastor.
The speaker for the occasion will be Deacon James Lockett of
New Brooklyn M. B. Church.
A cordial invitation is extended by Donald James, program
coordinator, and Randolph Copeland, president.

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During Friday's game


TCHS to honor '91-92


girls basketball team


Girls soccer
Members of the Taylor County High girls soccer tearr
during recent action at Perry's Dorsett Stadium.

Boys basketball team

opens 2011-12 season


The Taylor County High boys
basketball team was set to open
the 2011-2012 season Tuesday
night with a home game against
Suwannee.
Coach Ed Harvey will dress
11 players on this year's squad
including three seniors, six
juniors and two sophomores.
Seniors on this year's squad
include James Strawter, Raydon
Parker and Jalan Jackson.
Juniors include Jacques
Freeman, Collis Dunwoody,
Jonathan Collins, Aaron Bell,


Jalen Jackson, Alexander
Flowers and Jermarcus
Williams.
Sophomores slated to suit up
include Jaymonte McLeod and
Moral Stephens.
The boys junior varsity will
also suit up 11 players including
Jimmi Dunwoody, Jalen Oliver,
Devin Kidd, Cameron Collins,
Leo Blackshear, Xavier Brooks,
Da'Quan Bryant, Ja'Nard
Stokes, Jermaine Watkis,
Marcus Hamilton and Jacob
Barr.


Duck, dove season

will begin Saturday
The third and final phase of with a daily bag limit of 15
dove season opens Saturday birds.
as well as the regular duck Duck season re-opens this
season. Saturday, Dec. 10 and runs
Dove season will run from until Jan. 29, 2012. Hunters
Dec. 10 until Jan. 8. The should be aware of the
shooting hours are one-half pumerous regulation &gaWing
hour before sunrise to sunsiit waterowl.

Counting birds can

be a winter pastime


One, two, three, four: cardinals,
finches and chickadees. How
many birds can you count in your
backyard this winter?
While you may not hear their
boisterous whistles and tweets
like you do in spring, birds are
still in your backyard. In fact,
many species of birds are just
arriving from as far away as
Canada. It is migration season,
when many birds travel to the
warm state of Florida to escape
the frozen, snowy north.
What might you see bustling
and flitting around your yard?
Well, you might set your sights
on a yellow-bellied sapsucker, a
migratory woodpecker that gets
its name because of the holes it
bores into trees to "suck" the sap
out of the bark.
Or you might see an American
goldfinch or chipping sparrow.
Although their colors are duller
in the winter, goldfinches are
still easy to spot through bare
branches and brown leaves
because of their yellow feathers,
* black wings with white markings
and cone-shaped bill.
Counting and viewing birds is
as easy as walking out your back
door and looking in your trees,
bushes or at your feeder. Make it
a family event and take mom or
dad outside with you. .
Things to have handy:
binoculars, bird guides and
checklists to keep track of the
kind of birds you see and how

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many you count.
You can also join the FWC's
Wings Over Florida program
or become a Junior Birder by
visiting FloridaBirdingTrail.
com and selecting "Birding
Resources" in the left-hand
menu; then click on "Wings
Over Florida."


the ball downfield
(Photo by Aaron Portwood)


Opponent


Taylor County High School
will honor the 1991-92 Final
Four girls basketball team
during halftime this Friday in
the TCHS gym.
Team and family members
are expected to attend the
ceremony which will include
a brief presentation by Supt.
Paul Dyal and the hanging of a
banner with each player's name
on it.


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Nov. 17 FSU High* Away 5 pm JV & 7 pm V
Nov. 28 (G) East Gadsden* Away 7 pm V
Nov. 29 Comm. Christian Away 6 pm JV @ Meadows
Dec. 1 Wakulla* Away 5 pm JV & 7pm V
Dec. 3 (G) Rickards* Away 3pm V
Dec. 5 (G) Godby* Home 7pm V
Dec. 6 (G) Hamilton Away 7pm V
Dec. 8 Chiles Home 6pm JV
Dec. 13 Mayo, Away 1:45pm V & 3:45 pm JV
Dec. 15 FSUHigh* Home 5pmJV&7pmV
Jan. 5 (G) Rickards* Home 7 pm V
Jan. 7 (G) Wakulla* Home 11 am JV & 1 pm V
Jan. 9 East Gadsden* Home 7pm V
Jan. 10(G) Mayo Home 4 pmJV
Jan. 11 Maclay Away 5pmJV & 7 pmV
Jan. 12 (G) Hamilton Home 5pm V
Jan."7 '" Leon Away 5 pm JV & 7 prrV
Jan. 20 Comm. Christian Home 6 pm V Senior Night

Jan. 23 DistrictTournament 4 v 5 5 pm, 6 v 3- 7 pm
Jan. 25 3 v 6 winner vs. 2 5pm, 5 v4 winner vs- 7 pm
Jan. 27 District Championship 7 pm
ALL DISTRICT TOURNAMENT GAMES WILL
BE HELD AT DORSETT STADIUM
*Denotes District Games (G) Denotes girls will also play thatsame da and same site.


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You Election Ready?" With the 2012 presidential election
approaching we would like to encourage
you to check your voter status.
Ask yourself these, four simple questions:
Has your Name Changed?
Would you like to Change Your Party?
Do You Need to Update Your Signature?
Has Your Address Changed?
If you answered yes to any of these questions,
you need to contact the Supervisor of Elections
office at 850-838-3515 or visit our website
at www.taymorelections.com.
By updating your voter record now, you will be
"Election Ready" when it's time to vote.


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The book closing date is the statewide deadline to
register to vote or make any party changes. The book
closing date for the Presidential Preference Primary
Election is January 3, 2012. If you need to register to vote
or would like to make a party change you must complete
a voter registration form and submit it to the elections
office on or before this book closing date. Once the
registration books close, only updates to a voter's name,
address and signature shall be permitted.


The Taylor County School
Board is expected to adopt a
resolution honoring the team at
its Dec. 13 meeting.
The 1992 squad, under Head
Coach Reggie Wentworth and
Assistant Coach Vince King,
completed the season with a
22-4 record, falling to eventual
state runner-up Tavares in the
final four contest played in the
Tallahasee-Leon County Civic
Center.
On its way to the Class AA
Final Four, the #9-ranked
Lady Bulldogs recorded a
remarkable upset over second-


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ranked Quincy Shanks. Quincy
had defeated Taylor County
twice during the regular season
51-28 and 50t44.
But the Lady Bulldogs met
Quincy one more time in the
state semi-finals and won 43-40
behind a great defensive effort.
Members of the 1991-
92 squad included Theressa
Johnson, Kristi Monroe,
Tangela Wagner, Amanda
Wiles, Willene Woodall, Renee
Bryant, Brenda Schmidt,
Tammy Sturgill, Lekechia
Bryant, Denise Williams, Erica
Woolbright and Kim Harris.


Football banquet will

be held Mon. in gym


The Taylor County High
School Bulldogs Football
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Monday, Dec. 12, at 6 p.m. in


the TCHS gym.
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Calls came fast and furiously
during three rounds of bidding
on a 10-layer cake auctioned
during the 8th annual Toy Run
benefitting Guardian ad Litem
Saturday, Dec. 3.
The cake, donated by Linda
Peacock, originally went for
more than $200. The winners,
Scott and Sally MacNeill,
donated the cake back for
auction. Mike Jolley won the
second round of bidding and
also donated the cake for a third
auction.
Carole Odom and Kenny
Knight won the third and final
round; the cake was then sold
by the slice.


"In all we made more than
$600 off the cake alone," Toy
Run Coordinator Wendy Cruce
said.
"Our final totals for the day-
including donations and door
prize ticket sales-were $2,265.
All of that money was donated
to our local Guardian ad Litem
program and will benefit local
children,'she said.
Riders left the courthouse at
11 a.m. Saturday, and traveled
a scenic route to Econfina
Resort where they enjoyed a
complimentary lunch. Local
fan-favorite Alibi performed
"* Please see page 4


Families and friends gathered downtown Friday night
for the annual Downtown Christmas on the Square
Celebration. Santa and Mrs. Clause were there, along with
the Grinch and other colorful holiday characters. Booths
featuring everything from homemade Christmas tree
ornaments to "tacos in a bag" dotted the downtown
square. Business owners reported a steady stream of
customers for the evening, which also featured a live
nativity.


Alibi was the star attraction at Saturday's Toy Run.
The band played for nearly, three hours at the Econfina
River Resort.



Hundreds named


to honor roll at


Perry Primary


A tree-lighting ceremony officially kicked of the
downtown celebration at 6 p.m. Friday, however, the
sidewalks and streets were filled with families well
before that. Several dogs came out for the Jingle Paws
Parade and supporters donated items to Helping Hands
of the Shelter.


Perry Primary has released
the following honor roll for the
first nine weeks grading period
for 2011-12:
Kindergarten, All A's
Hank Gunner Albritton,
Noah Lamar Aman, Briana
Faith Amman, Ivy Magnolia
Armstrong, Ethan Jude Beach,
Kayla Alexis Bellerice, Colbi
Brooke Bodiford, Phinnist
Jacquidas Bolden, Allison
Brooke Brantley, De'kayla
Savionna Briggs, Tyra Te'ashia
Britt, Abigail Grace Buhler,
Rebekah Lynn Buhler, Jer'quise
Jerome Clayton, Annastacia
Marie Coleman, Allen Pierre
Collier, Laney Kate Cruce, Seth
Jaden Cutshall, Kaden A.C.
Davis, Luke River Dayton,
Macy Brooke Dean, Trenton
Genaro-Delacruz, Dylan Dibler,
Hayden Ella Durham, Courtney
Elise Dyer, Natalie Elizabeth
Eastman, Delilah Danae Elder,
Anna Kay English, Carlos
Lorenzo Ra Escorpizo, Landen
Drew Feagle, Mallory Anne
Folsom, Delainey Marie Forbes,
Kaden Eugene Foster, Na'shia
Emani Freeman, Jaret Macon
Fuller, Cecil Ray Gant, Emaley
Anne Gentry, Julio Alexander
Gonzalez, Ella Noel Goodman,
Nicholas David Gorby, Carson
David Gray, Garrison Blake
Guentmer, Ja'michael Ari
Harris, Ethan Donald Hathcock,
Julian Wyatt Haworth, Paris
Brooke Holton, Maisel Jivon
Jay, Makhia Jacora Jay,
Bradynn Olivia Johnson, Caleb
Daniel Jones, Evan Summers
Lago, Arabia Keyara Lewis,
Madisen Payge Lewis, Rex
Matthew Lorentz, Gracie Anne
Lundy, Molly Elizabeth Lundy,
Morgan Claire Lundy, Jonathan
Riley Manning, Claire Aucilla
Massey, Hunter Logan Mathis,


Haydin Bryce Mosley, Connor
Preston Murphy, Nathan
Landon Neal, Brendon Charles
Newham, Kylee Blake Padgett,
Maddison Nikole Padgett,
Shiya Kirit Patel, Remington
Elizabeth Poppell, Jordae
Ellanesse Ramseur-Nance,
Jordan Olam Ramseur-Nance,
Brenden Scott Reed, Katelin
Maree Sellers, Hannah Marie
Shiver, Ava Grace Singletary,
Hayden Joseph Taylor, Matthew
Blake Thompson, Gavin Pearce
Towles, Sara Beth Wallace,
Sierra Marie Watson, Katelyn
Grace Webber, Brandon Chase
Weekley, Denton Mark Wiggins,
Tucker Page Wiles, Charlondria
Keniese A. Williams, Gavin
Trey Williams, Willzavian
Alexander Williams, Ashlynn
Nichole Williamson, Briar
Cole Willis, Levi Dewayne
Winchester and Amy Robin
Yates.
First Grade, All A's
Nathan Cole Archer, Paris
Kimora Austin, Madison
Elizabeth Bennett, Addison
Olivia Bethea, Derek Brayden
Boyington, Antony Shanle
Brooks, Journey Benai Brown,
Trenton Edward Buckley,
Cristian Caleb Campbell,
Emma Aeris Campbell, Elijah
Lance Carlton, Addison
Mckay Carter, Adrianna Lee
Carter, Cameron Leon Carter,
Tyler O.B. Chaney, Willie
Gregory Donaldson, Travis Jay
Driggers, Holly Kay English,
Jesse James Lapa Fitchett,
Shamir Mekhi Franklin, Joshua
Thomas Freeman, Michael John
Gant, Breshauna L. Griffin,
Harley Nichole Grush, Tanessa
Lilliana Hamilton, A'jari
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DEADLINES: -
The deadlines for classified ads are Monday by 5
p.m. for the Taco Times and Wednesday by 5 p.m.
for the Perry News- Herald.


AUCTIO -S FOR RNF


Auction Saturday, December 10 at 6:30
p.m. 1693 SW Moseley Hall Rd
(CR360) Madison. We continue our
Christmas sales with a hauler from
Georgia who has many great
Christmas items, we also will be
liquidating balance of a truckload with
way to many items to list. Why pay
retail? We will still be partnering with
The Salvation Army and Sermin's VFD
collecting toys for those children who
may not otherwise get one this
Christmas. Bring one or buy one and
give a child joy this Christmas. Do not
to miss this auction! Comfy seats,
heated, food and lots of fun. 10%
buyers premium. MC, Visa, Discover,
debit cards, checks andgash accepted.
AU691. AB2490.
12/07 12/09



Yard sale. 711 W. Julia Street, Friday,
Dec. 9 and Saturday, Dec. 10 from 8
a.m. until. Toddler bed, car seat, deep
freeze, dolls and more.
12/07



Regulation size pool table for sale.
$300, call 838-6573.
12/07 12/09
Sanyo 46" LED HDTV 1080P warranty
through Oct. 2012 $450, RCA surround
sound system w/6 speakers and DVD
player $75, brown love seat $85. Call
850-371-4584.
12/07 12/09


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850-838-5865


Cash for junk cars and trucks. 7 days a
week. Call 386-658-1030 or 904-887-
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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.
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Mobile Home for Sale
2012, 3 bedroom, 2 bath. Bank repo
need to sell only $36,900, owner will
finance with 5% down. Call 352-262-
4531
TMH, tfn
Mobile Home for Sale, New 28x44 3
bedroom, 2 bath $36,900. Call 352-
303-8771
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Top cash for anything old. Fountain
pens, tube radios, military stuff, clocks,
photo albums, car hood ornimates,
advertisement signs, light fixtures,
gauges and catalogs. Larry 386-785-
8090.
12/07 12/09



Single wide mobile home for rent. 2
bedroom, 1 bath on 1 acre lot. $450 per
month, $400 security deposit. Call 223-
2224 or 843-4456.
12/07 12/09
For rent: 2 bedroom, 1 bath mobile
home located in Whispering Pines
$450 per month and $200 deposit. Call
838-6336.
12/02 12/07


For Rent. Single wide Mobile Home, 2
bedroom 1 bath. In city limits, central
heat/air, fenced back yard (allows dog).
$400 per month. Call 672-0005.
LHA
12/07 12/09
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, tfn
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, tfn
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.
11/23-12/02 JP


TIDEWATER APARTMENTS
--Under New Management --
2- 3 BR apartments available.
Special Move-In Pkg. Rent
based on income. Water/Gas
furnished. On-site Laundry.,
Close to City/Water Parks,
Boys & Girls Club, and
Shopping Plazas. Public
Transportation available.
Call 850-584-6842.
TDD 711, EHO.
Section 8 Affordable Multifamily
Housing
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 tfn
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fenced in yard, conveniently located in
town. References required. Tentatively
available on Dec.1. Call 850-843-1815
11/18 12/07


Property for Lease
3,021 square feet Commercial Building




Dual Reception Area
6 Individual Rooms / Offices
2 Executive Offices
.1 Large File Room
*3 restrooms
New Painting Inside and Outside
New Complete Roof
y* Adequate Parking in the rear of the
Building on Pavement & Grass Area
5 Minutes from the Hospital
5 Minutes from the Courthouse


For an Appointment call 850-838-0634
or after 6 PM call 850-584-4276
402 East Ash Street
(Corner of Center Street and Ash Street)
L Perry, FL 32348


For Rent, 1 bedroom, 1 bath, 900 sq.ft.
apartment.. Near Keaton Beach.
$650/mo plus security deposit. Includes
utilities 850-843-1882
11/16 12/09
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.
LS tfn
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 tfn
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, tfn


Woodridge Apartments
,Accepting applications for 1, 2, and 3
BR HC and. Non-HC accessible
apartments. HUD vouchers
considered. Call 850-584-5668.709 W
. Church St., Perry, FL 32348 TDD 711.
"This institution is an equal opportunity
provider, and employer."
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Timberdand Ford of Pety
has 2 positions available:
Automotive Sales
Comsuiltant
Assistant Sales
Manager
WB are looking for a
maot aW, honest, ; oImer
pleasing person tlihal is a
self- slarte and a strong
ldossr.
You MUST hae previous
Automotive Sales experience.
accelerated computer skills
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This isan opportunity to work
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Call 584-5513.


1995 Silverado 4x4 $1799
2001 Hyundai Elantra $3494.
2004 Chrysler Sebring $4900
2003 Chevy Astro Van $3600.
2003 Kia Spectra $3900.
We Finance!
Trade-Ins Welcome.
Head Turners Auto Inc.
850-584-8900
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2005 Buick Le Sabre Limited sedan.
One owner, non-smoker. 84,000 easy
miles, good tires, clean. Kelly Blue
Book value $9300. Sale price $7,900.
Call 838-2003.
11/30 12/09



Boat for Sale, 1996 Keywest 20' walk
around, cuddy cabin, full curtain
enclosure, 225 Suzuki, Proformance
galvanized trailer, $14,000.00. Call
850-578-2134
11/23- 12/9

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
TAYLOR COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 11000305CAC
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, acting
through the United States
Department of Agriculture, Rural
Development, f/k/a Farmers Home
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Plaintiff,
vs.
IRA JUAN BARNES A/K/A IRA J.
- BARNES; SAMANTHA JONES BARNES
A/K/A SYMANTHA JONES BARNES;
WILLIE J. BARNES and IRENE B.
BARNES, husband and wife;
CATHERINE LOVE; and TAYLOR
COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS,
Defendants,
NOTICE OF ACTION
STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF TAYLOR
TO: IRA JUAN BARNES, 105 South Mays
Street, Perry, FL 32348
IRA JUAN BARNES, 110 S.W. 4th
Avenue, Gainesville, FL 32064
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
foreclose a mortgage regarding the.
following property In Taylor County,
Florida:
Commence at the NW Corner of
Section 35, Township 4 South, Range
7 East, and run East along the Center
Line of Folsom Street, 1288.0 feet; Run
S 00 degrees 14'25' W, 650.87 feet;
Runs S 00 degrees 21'40" W, 120.0 feet,
run N 89 degrees 34'20" W, 1000 feet
for a Point of Beginning; Run N 00
degrees 21'40' E 120,00 feet, run N 89
degrees 34'20" W, 100.00 feet, Run S
00 degrees 21'40" W, 120.0 feet, Run S
89 degrees 34'20" East, 100.00 feet to
the Point of Beginning.
has been filled against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, If any, to It on:
Frederick J. Murphy, JR., Esquire,
Attorney for Plaintiff, Boswell &
Dunlap LLP, 245 South Central
Avenue, Post Office Drawer 30,
Bartow, FL 33831, within thirty (30)
days after the first 'publication of this
Notice of Action, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either
before service on Plaintiff's attorney
or Immediately thereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded In the
Complaint or Petition.
DATED on this 21 day of November,
2011
REQUEST FOR ACCOMMODATIONS
BY PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES: If you
are a person with a disability who
needs any accommodation In order
to participate In this proceeding, you
are entitled, at no cost to you, to the


provision of certain assistance. Please
contact the OFFICE OF THE COURT
ADMINISTRATOR, Carina Cooper,
(386) 719-7428 at least 7 days before
your scheduled court appearance,
or Immediately upon receiving this
notification If the time before the
scheduled appearance Is less than 7
days; If you are hearing or voice
Impaired, call 711.
DATED on November 21, 2011
ANNIE MAE MURPHY
Clerk of Circuit Court,
P.O. Box 620
Perry, FL 32055
BY: MartI Lee DC
Deputy Clerk
Conformed copies furnished by
regular United States Mall to:
Frederick J. Murphy, Jr., Esquire
Boswell & Dunlap LLP
Post office Drawer 30
Bartow, FL 33831
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Perry Newspapers, Inc.
P.O. Box 888
Perry, FL 32348

NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That
Pursuant to a WRIT OF EXECUTION
Issued In the County Court of Taylor
County, Florida, on the 24th day of
October, 2011, In the cause wherein
Tree Capital Credit Union, Is plaintiff,
and Kelly J. Blaske, -Is defendant,
being Case No. 05-101-CC In sold
Court, I, Lawrence E. Williams, as
Sheriff of Taylor County, Florida, have
levied upon all the rlght, title and
Interest of the Kelly J. Blaske,
defendant, In and to the following
described personal property, to-wit:
2003 CHEVROLET TAHOE, VIN#
1GNEC13Z23J279065, WHITE IN
COLOR, TAG NO. AN1108 and on the
22nd day of December, 2011, at
Thomas Chevrolet-Buick Inc. 2128 S.
Byron Butler Pkwy., In the City of Perry,
Taylor County, Florida, at the hour of
11:00 A.M., or as soon thereafter as
possible, I will offer for sale all of the
said defendant's, right, title and
Interest in aforesaid property at
public outcry and will sell the same,
subject to taxes, all prior liens,
encumbrances and judgments,. If
any, to the highest and best bidder or


bidders for CASH, the proceeds to be
applied as far as may be to the
payment of costs and the'satisfaction
of the above-described execution.
The property will be available for
Inspection at Thomas Chevrolet-BuIck
Inc. between the hours of 10:00 AM
through 11:00 AM the morning of the
sale. In accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities Act,
persons with disabilities needing a
special accommodation to
participate In this proceeding should
contact the Clerk of Court,
telephone (904) 838-3506, not later
than seven (7) days prior to the
proceeding.
L.E. "Bummy" Williams, as Sheriff
Of Taylor County
By: L.E."Bummy" Wlliams

NOTICE
The City of Perry Issues a Request for
Qualifications from business oriented
non-proflt organizations who are
Interested In operating and
administrating a grant program for
the City's Community
Redevelopment Agency. The
, organization will receive a 2%
administrative fee of the amount of
approved grants. The total amount
of the authorized grants Is $50,000,
The successful organization will be a
registered non-profit based in Taylor
County with a mission of promoting,
generating, recruiting, and/or
helping local business and
commerce. The City Council of Perry
will select an organization based on
information submitted. Please submit
your organizations qualifications to
City of Perry, DREAM Grant RFQ, 224
S. Jefferson St., Perry, FL 32347, by
noon Thurs. Dec. 22. Included should
be your organization's Incorporation
documents, IRS non-profit status
document, organizational chart,
number of members, and contact
Info. Please also Include any other
information that help shows why your
organization would be best suited to
be awarded, this administrative
position. Further Information may be
obaolned Dy contacting City Hall at
584-7161 X117
City Manager
Bob Brown


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roll list at Perry Primary?


HONOR ROLL
Continued from page 1
Hithcock, Syliss Kade Helton,
Taner Owen Holton, Alderman
James Johnson, Camden Ryan
Kelley, Emyleigh Nicole Kirk,
Tyler Aaron Kirkman, Makayla
Anne Levingston, Megan Leigh
Lewis, Logan Tristan Linton,
April Leanne Marklde, Ashton
Blair Mauldin, Hannah Jane
-G ahr'r s-, i Maegan
Miller, Bradley Greg Monroe,
Emma Lafaye Montgomery,
Emily Nicole Morgan,
Mackenzie Faye Parker, Anjani
C. Patel, Mallory Christine Paul,
Jessicka Renea Phillips, Mason
Alexander Phillips, Terry
Abram Price, Madyson Jordyn,
Robinson, Zachery Thomas
Sadler, Maria Nancy Shaw,
Lindzie Lazoni Smith, Rosella
Marie Stevens, Ashton Tyler
Strickland, Faith Marie Sullivan,
Macy Suzanne Summerlin,
Jha'briya Renyce Thomas,
Ethan Blake Tomlinson, Haylie
Breanne Tucker, Michael
Gaige Tuton, Cameron Scott
Upshaw, Victoria Danyell
Walker, Dusty Rose Warf,
Azarrin Anthony Washington,
Trashawn Lamar White, Jarrett
Spencer Wilkinson, Cheyenne
Joyce Willey, Chariah. Kenye
Williams, David Emmanuel
Willis, Anthony Ronald
Winchester, Hind Sobjee Yus
Zaed and Vincent Zheng.
Second Grade, All A's
Ashton Jaymie Arcularius,
Jonathan David Barbusci,
Brandi Malia Bass, Chloe
Amanda Bembry, Ti'kariyon
Ja'nei Bolden, Rhett Andrew
Borklund, Aliyah Monique
Britt, Jesse James Buchanan,
Jayce Robert Calhoun, Aubrey
Anna Clark, Kevin Kaden Clark,
Tyree Saviun Collier, Aliza
Grace Compton, Jada Mamie
Cooper, Caitlyn Mackenzie
Crowder, Robert Stelan Cruce,
Samantha Marie Cruce, Selena
Grace Curfman, Jayden Reid
Florence, Alyssa Rayne
Freeman, Valerie Corenne
Gibson, Kinsey Natalya
Goodman, Emma Ashley Gray,
Paris Marie Grush, Malachi
Manuel Gundrum, Savanna
Raegan Hathcock, Casen James
Heartsfield, Ella Michelle
Holley, J.W. Still Hudson,
Sadiyah Serenity Jackson, Emily
Dakota Johnson, Emmalyn Jade
Johnson, Aubrey Elizabeth
Jones, Sydney Erin Lane, Avery
Adelia Lee, Ethan Alexander
Leggett, Jemaris Taveyon Love,
David Michael Lusby, Robert
Taylor Maldonado, Johnathan
Lee Marshall, Kimberly Gail
Martin, Katelyn Sharie Mathis,
Makenzie Paige McIntosh,
Kywaun Gavist McNeal,
Tyler Sean Mock, Kadence
Mckenzie Pittman, Bailee
Madison Reynolds, Leeanna


Sky Roberts, Madison Leigh
Sadler,. Qlan Cohl Sadler,.
Raena Deanne Sadler, Mitchell
Ayden :Santo, Ashley. Renee
Sellers, Jakayla Deanna Sellers,
Harmony Bliss Spradley, John
Joseph Sunderland, Priscilla
Cynthia Tate, Lillianna Leigh
Taylor, Hanna Olivia Touchton,
Julian Luke Tucker, Ashton
James Tull, Ameria Jakayla
%yasWingqgn, .,pyin,, Jai.es
Waters, Carson Keith Weaver,
Matthew M. Webber, Kian Arvil
Wheller, Brent.Allen Williams,
Dimitri Alan Williams, Keriston
Iris Rose Williamson, .Tyrell,
Nazario Williamson, Noah
Richard Woods, Afrah Sobjee
Y. Zaed and Beyonce Zheng.
Kindergarten, A/B
Haley Jaiden Aikens, Jacob
Alligood, Ny'til Katrina Austin,
Saranz Elijah Blackshear,
Janie Marie Blackwood, Haley'
Marie Brock, Xzavion Delmari
Brooks, Skylar Renee Brown,
David Allen Cannon, Trista
Adriana Cruce, Dominick
Jordace Curfman, Anita Daisy
Cutter, Joseph Willard Davis,
Donald Hunter Denmark, Harley
Mae Denson, Jack Michael
Dewey, Kayla Miesha Fiffia,
Demarion L'mar Varq Fitchett,
Shane Dalton Flores, Deandre
Sylvester Gaddy, Louis Daron
Gaddy, Dontay Antonio Green,
Trenten Bradley Grubbs, Aunia
Jean 'Haddock, Leah Shania
Harris, 'Bradley Hart, Brianna
Lynn Hayes,- Taylor Janay
Hayes, Deven Shawn Hickey,,
Heidi Ceil Hines, Rickey
Bernard Howard, Unique
D'zire Hunter, Alexander John
Inherst, Kamari Tylik Jackson,
Jaylin Montle Jones, Austin
Cote Knowles, Conner Joseph
LaValle, Dillon Matthew Lusby,
Madison Lyn, McMullen,
William Lane Mixon, Brylee
Jade Mock, Austin Gage
Murray, Dustin, Treshun Nash,
Khristopher Gordan Phillips,
Jaydon Reese Pittman, Treyton
Keith Porter, Alexander James
Ray, Sloria Sa'deunnah Royal,
John Kaden Shaw, Akeema
Ranease Simpo, Harley Alyssa
Smith, Treyce Aldon Taylor,
Nathaniel Phillip Tedder,
Matthew Blake Thompson,
Jh'ganna Patience Turnbough,
Cheyenna Magaline Weatherly,
Grant Reis Wetherington,
Noah Edward Williams, Levi
Dewayne Winchester, Allyssa
Madysin Winstead and Kaylie
Marie Wood.
First Grade, A/B
Terel Demonte Abercrombie,
Jacob Allen Adkison, David
Thomas Benton,Kaylin
Rebecca Benton, Brittany Mary
Binkley, Nevaeh La'Ginna
Bishop, Sha'la Breanna
Blanton, Si'kayla De'avione
Bradshaw, Si'kiyla Denise
Bradshaw, Brenda Diane Britt,
Autumn Brielle Brown, Bradley


Thomas Buckhalter, Destynee
Marie Chumbley, Jasmine Lynn
Connell, David Earl 'Cook,
Nina Rose Cooper, Leigha Ann
Cruce, Felicity Nicole Emory,
Patrick Devon Englehart,
Shaniya Moniae Faulk, Leah
Jasmine Foli, Terry Rayglenn
Fouty, Paulvos Demetrius
Fuller, Kennis Cortez Glenn-
Simmons, Michael William
.Goley, .Ta LY ,Groom,
Destliny-Rayiffe errmg, Kassidy
Jane High, Leundra Caiden
Holmes, William Ryder
Lansdon, Blane Rodney
Lytle, Howard Miller, Skylar
Scott Moore, Avery Makinna
Morgan, Jacob Neal Murphy,
Marvin Zye Phillips, Chivoski
D. Andrews Reaves, Tristin
Makay Rector, Jose Eduardo
Robles, Hunter Chandler Ross,
Madee McKinney Sessions,
Cole McKeown Severance,
Phillip Michael Shiver, Ashlin
Ayanna Sibley, Chloe Anella
Smith, Perris Jacqilas Smith,
Jasmine Marie Stevens, Ayden
Dale Strickland, Levi Jorden
Sumnrall, Justin Aaron Touchton,
J'shawn Tikariyon Walker,
Maci Jean Watkins, Andrea
Faye Watson, Andrew James
Weatherly, David Lee Weirick,
Elijah Haweis Williams,
Ja'kayla Onika Mari Williams
and Teressa Lynn Zielinski.,
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I'saiah Chrsitian Anweiler,
Tra'vin Avaree Barnes, Cole
Nicolas Binkley, Chance Lane
Ricks Blanton, Zachary Charles
Blaske, Jonah Spessard Branch,
Mark Alan Bray, Rusty John
Brown, Trinity Paige Brown,
Mckenzee Colleen Cash,
Keovan Talic Colson, Aliya
Marie Early,' William Landon
Englehart. Onofree James
Escorpizo,. Logan Antonio
Ferrer, Ce'khilah Breionn
Fitchett, Essence Monea
Fitchett, Camden Jayce Flowers,
Kobe Corvallis Flowers, Nic'kel
Michael Freeman, Keilan
Marisa Giddens, Chistianna
Jer'myai Glover, Breshon A.
Griffin, Mandy Guo, Ja'veion
Ja'marcus Harris, Patricia
Shyanne Henderson, Aubrey
Faye Hendry, Ethan Garret
Holmes, Ric'kia Bernarda
Howard, Elise D'naye Island,
Haeven Jhamoya Jay, Arrece
Kemauri King, Daniel Lee
Lago, Lucas Matthew Lee,
Ethan Lee Linton, Victoria
Emma-Carol Lundy, Ashiyla
SKina McBride, Cameron Jacolbi
McCain, Khayri Pernell Miller,
Kenneth Ray Morgan, Rebecca
Grace Morris, Grace Elizabeth
Murphy, Kayden Chase
Padgett, Hayley Olivia Ratliff,
Audrianna Lasha Singleton,
Talya Sabray Snowden, Nikaya
Lanell Walker, Cierra Danette
Ward, Jaaron Jamar Williams,
Zaria Liana Williams and
Cheyenne Annette Woodall.


Notice of ,Intention To Register
Fictitious Name
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice
Is hereby given that the undersigned,
pursuant to the fictitious name
statute, chapter 20953 or Section
865.09, Florida Statutes, 1941, will
register with the Secretary of State,
Corporation Division, Tallahassee,
Florida, upon receipt of proof of this
notice the fictitious name, to wit: The
Gun Shop under which we/I will
engage In business. I/we expect to
engage In business In Perry, Florida
and our address Is: 2400 PIsgah Road,
Perry FL. 32347.
The extent of ownership Is:
Jim Brannan 100%
12/07 12/09

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 11-424-CP
IN RE: ESTATE OF
GEORGE A. HOWARD.
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMAND AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE:
The administration of the estate of
GEORGE A. HOWARD, deceased, File
Number 11-424-CP, Is pending In the
Circuit Court for TAYLOR County,
Florida, Probate Division, the address
of which Is P.O. Box 620, Perry, FL
32348. The names and addresses of
the personal representative and of
the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below, All
Interested persons are required to file
with the clerk of this court, WITHIN
THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF


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THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THE NOTICE,
all claims, against the estate in the
form and manner prescribed by
section 733.703 of the Florida Statues
and Rule 5.490 of The Florida Rules of
Probate and Guardianship
Procedure. ALL CLAIMS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of this
Notice: December 7, 2011 and
December 9, 2011.


Adrian Gabaldon,
Attorney for the Petitioner
Post Office Box 1303
Auburndale, FL, 33823
(863) 967-3557
Florida Bar No. 137081
SUE LEINART
Personal Representative
3332 NW 44th Place
Galnesville; FL 32656


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Bikers and riding enthusiasts came together for the 8th annual Toy Run benefitting
Guardian ad Litem Saturday, Dec. 3, at the Econfina River Resort. Jimmy, the parrot
mascot for Parrotheads in Perry-"dise" made a special appearance at the event. He
is shown with (left to right) Greg Mcintyre, Connie Freeman, Wendy Cruce, Feebee
Houck, Shannon Williams and Edward Mock.


Sponsors, volunteers recognized


GUADIAN AD LITEM
Continued from page 1
from 1-4 p.m.
"It was a great day for a
toy run and we appreciate
everyone's support," Cruce said.
The meal was sponsored
by Advanced Refrigeration.
and served by members of


actually talked about whether
or not they would get their
treatments or get Christmas for
their children. Now, thanks to
you, they don't have to make
that choice," she said.
Cruce recognized the
following sponsors and
supporters: Econfina River
Resort, Dockins Broadcasting
Group, Advanced Refrigeration,
Parrotheads in Perry-"dise,"
Perry Newspapers, Trey
Howard, Timberland Ford,
NAPA, Advance Auto, Ryan's
Everything Automotive, Joyce's
Downtown Cafe, Goodman's, A
Complete Salon, His, Hers &
Ours, Earline Neeley, O'Reilly,
Crews Marine, Taylor County
Tattoos, Debbie's Jewels,
Photos & Frames, Bull Pen,
GLM Aviation, Robin Blue,
Ole Mexico, Connie Freeman,
Feebee Houck, Wendy
Slaughter, Shannon Williams,
Handy Rpntals, Dana Schwab,
Paul Miller Sr., Taylor County
Sheriff's Office Capt. Richard
Johnson, Dawn Taylor, Angela
Sarabia and Lavonne Blanton.


Parroheads in Perry-"dise."
Volunteers manned a booth for
50/50 and door prize drawings.
Peacock, who is the
local Guardian ad Litem
representative, expressed her
thanks for everyone involved.
'This has been a tough year.
One of our families is facing
terminal cancer and they


Josh Freeman enjoyed lunch


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By PAUL NAWLIN
We at Character Education
Now hope you had a great
thanksgiving and we wish you
all a very Merry Christmas and
a Happy New Year'
Thank you to all of the staff
in our schools, the volunteers
and supporters that have made
Character Education Now
possible.
"Developing our youth for
leadership tomorrow" is our
goal. We, here at Character
Education Now, have had a
wonderful year. We offer a
special thanks to those have
touched our organization in a
special way. Our volunteers
and partners have done more
than words can explain.
Jeremy Gengler, who is the
youth pastor at First Baptist
Church, is one of our volunteers.
He has partnered with Character


Under Construction at Taylor
County High School for two
years. Every week he dedicates
his time to teach ninth or tenth
graders, reaching approximately
351 students every two weeks.
Thank you for making a
difference in the youth of our
community.
Thank you to our sponsoring
organizations who have
supported financially with a
monthly contribution or with
a one-time gift: Kiwanis Club,
Optimist Club, Rotary Club of
Perry, Perry Woman's Club,
Yarbrough Tire and Automotive
Repair, Charity Baptist Church,
Cornerstone Fellowship Church,
Faith Baptist Church, First
Assembly of God of Perry, First
Baptist Church of Steinhatchee,
Perry First Church of God and
Southside Baptist Church.
A special thanks goes to
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Priscilla Tripp


the wonderful teachers and
staff, like Priscilla Tripp at
Taylor County Middle School,
who faithfully support and
encourage our organization. We
have approximately 42 teachers
supporting us financially.
This year we have been able
to teach 94 lessons from our
Character Under Construction
program. We teach more than
1200 students every two weeks
with this program, which is just
one of our programs.
If you have a desire or an
interest in helping "Develop
Our Youth for Leadership
Tomorrow," you can make a
difference in the life of a student
or a teacher by volunteering or
by monthly financial support.
Just go to our website at www.
charactereducationnow.org, or
contact me by phone at 850-
843-0646.


Jeremy Gengler


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