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Moore to take on Blue


for county judge's seat


Bill Blue and G. Cline
Moore will go head-to-head
in the November General
Election for the office of


county judge.
The attorneys garnered
the top votes out of a four-
person field in Tuesday's
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Primary Election.
Blue garnered 1,954 votes
with Moore a close second
with 1,940 votes.
Angela M. Ball pulled
in the third highest number
of votes with 1,422 and
Rhonda R. Portwood trailed
with 588.
As the race for county
judge is a non-partisan race,
a candidate must receive
more than 50 percent of the
total votes to win the seat.
The General Election will
be held Nov. 6.


Will face Chambers


Sheriff Williams defeats


McLeod in Dem. primary


Taylor County Sheriff
L.E. "Bummy" Williams
handily held off challenger
Danny McLeod by a nearly
three to one vote to win
the Democratic ticket in
Tuesday's Primary Election.
Williams pulled in 3,147
vote (74.59 percent) over
McLeod's 1,072 votes
(25.41 percent).
Williams, who has served
four consecutive terms
as sheriff, will now face


Republican Tony Chambers
in the November General
Election.
These and other unofficial
election results were posted
late Tuesday by the office
of Supervisor of Elections
Dana Southerland.
Precinct by precinct
totals, as well as results of
district and state races will
.be published in Friday's
, Perry News-Herald.
Tuesday's estimated voter


turnout was 46.27 percent
for Taylor County.


S51st yeai No. 33
Swww.perrynewspapers.com


Semr i itl ,'2 Tree C )iital of t South Since 1 961
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N\iews FomJ-i


School

Inside today
School district staff is hard
at work this week preparing
for the launch of the 2012-
13 school year next Monday,
Aug.20.
For all the latest news from
each school site as well as
updates on bus schedules,
dress code policies,
orientations and open
houses, lunch menus and
tips for getting your student
ready for the first day of class,
please see the special Back-
to-School edition featured in
today's Taco Times.

Fried mullet dinners
served up this
Saturday
A mullet dinner and gospel
sing will be held Saturday,
Aug. 18, at Pleasant Grove
Baptist Church to benefit the
Lewis Aman family.
The family is working
to recover from losing
their home to fire July 16.
Dinners ($6 each) will
include fried mullet and
dessert along with a choice
of two: cheese grits, baked
beans or coleslaw.
The gospel sing, featuring
The Cavaliers, Homeward
Bound and the Pleasant
Grove Baptist Church Choir,
starts at 7 p.m.
The church is located
at 8985 Alton Wentworth
Road.
"We encourage everyone
to join us in helping this family
in need. Come get as many
dinners as you like for dine-
in or take-out:' Pastor Danny
Lundy invited.


Weather

Wednesday 880

60% 760

Thursday 93

60% 750
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Editorial ................ A-2
Living ...................... A-4
Religion................... A-6
Sports..................... A-7
Community ............. A-8
Classifieds............ A-10



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3 charged with armed


drug trafficking here


An early morning traffic
stop Saturday, Aug. 11,
for a safety violation led to
the arrest of three suspects
charged with armed drug
trafficking and the seizure of






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(Clockwise) Kiara Trufant,
Hector Sotomayor and Cesar
Marano are each being held on
$200,000 bonds.


multiple ounces of cocaine
with a wholesale value of
some $7-8,000.
Kiara Trufant, 30, and
Cesar Marcano, 27, both
of Springhill, along with
. .. .


Hector Sotomayor, 33, of
Brooksville, are each being
held on a $200,000 bond at
the Taylor County Jail.
Cannabis and prescription
medication were also
seized, as well as a handgun
and ammunition.
Perry Police Department
(PPD) Ptl. Jamin Cephus
initiated the traffic stop
around 1:48 a.m. Saturday
near the intersection of
Highway 19 and U.S. 98.
"During the stop, the
officer noted several
inconsistencies in the
driver's and passengers'
stories as well as a
"* Please see page 3


Deming wins; incumbents face runoffs


Mike Deming
Mike Deming won a
narrow victory to join
the Perry City Council in
Tuesday's Primary Election,
while two incumbent
council members will face
runoffs in November during
the General Election.
Deming defeated fellow


phonso Dowdell
Alphonso Dowdell


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Sylvester Harris
challenger Debra Ann
McGrew for the District 3
seat with 227 votes (54.83
percent) to 187 votes (45.17
percent) to replace outgoing
Mayor Emily Ketring, who
did not run for re-election.
Meanwhile, in.District 1,
incumbent Sylvester Harris
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Shirlie Hampt
Shirlie Hampton


finished in first with 151
votes (38.13 percent), but
since he did not received
more than 50 percent
of the vote, he will face
second place finisher Venita
Woodfaulk (140 votes,
35.35 percent). Richard D.
Steadman finished third
with 105 votes (26.52
percent).
In District 2, challenger
Shirlie Hampton received
119 votes (35.21 percent)
to face incumbent Alphonso
Dowdell (109 votes, 32.25
percent) in a November
runoff. Charles Thomas
finished third with 79 votes
(23.37 percent) and Samuel
J. Folsom finished fourth
with 31 votes (9.17 percent).


Buckeye Technologies
Inc. last week announced
record sales and earnings
for fiscal year 2012.
Net sales for the year
(adjusted to exclude
discontinued Americana,
Brazil operations) were
$895 million, a new record
and up $14 million or 2
percent compared to fiscal
2011, as higher selling prices
offset a sales reduction due
to the divestiture of the King
converting business and
lower shipment volumes


from both the Foley wood
specialty mill and the
nonwovens business.
Adjusted net income for
the 2012 fiscal year was
a record $111 million, or
$2.76 per share, compared
to $91 million or $2.23
per share in fiscal 2011.
The growth in adjusted
net income was due to
significantly higher selling
prices for Buckeye's high-
end specialty wood and
cotton fiber products which
more than offset the impact


of lower fluff pulp prices.
Net income also benefitted
in fiscal year 2012 from
reduced selling, research
and administrative expenses
and lower interest expense.
Fourth quarter adjusted
net income was $26.2
million or $0.66 per share.
This excludes net after-tax
charges of $2.8 million, or
$0.08 per share, primarily
relating to the sale of the
Americana, Brazil cotton
,,** Please see page 3


For tax collector

Wiggins wins; will

face Hathcock in

November election


Mark Wiggins parlayed
his success on the county
commission to secure
the Democratic vote for
Taylor County tax collector
Tuesday.
He defeated fellow
Democrat Kyle Rowell
nearly two to one, pulling
in nearly 69 percent of the
4,208 votes cast (2,895 to
1,313).
Wiggins will now face
Republican challenger
Randy Hathcock in the


General Election
Tuesday, Nov. 6.


County commission, Dist. 5

Incumbent dominates

at the polls Tuesday
Incumbent Patricia "Pat"
Patterson easily won re-
election Tuesday to the
county commission district
5 seat.
Patterson (514 votes)
easily out-polled her
Democratic rivals Al
"Snuffy" Smith (285) and
Ocie Reaves (142). Patterson
wins the seat outright since
there are no candidates from
Patricia 'Pat' Patterson other parties to contest her.

Edwards advances to General

Election for Dist. 2 county seat
Political newcomer
Bobby Edwards defeated
Betty L. Franklin 388-257
Tuesday to capture the
Democratic Primary for the
county commission, district
2 seat.
Edwards, who has
served as co-chairman
of the County Planning
and Zoning Board, will
now face Jim Moody (R)
in the general election in
November. Bobby Edwards

Will face Russell in Nov.


DeVane defeats


incumbent Houck


Jody James DeVane upset
incumbent Lonnie A. Houck


Jody DeVane


by 14 votes in the Democrat
Primary for the District 3
county commission seat
Tuesday.
DeVane polled 448
votes to Houck's 434
and will now face former
County Commissioner
Frank Russell (NPA) in
the November general
election.
During his campaign,
DeVane expressed support
for county employees,
especially law enforcement.


Buckeye reports record


sales, earnings for 2012


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August 15, 2012
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Editorial


A-2 Taco Times August 15, 2012


al Expressing gratitude to the


SJacksons for the memories


Dear Editor:
When I begin thinking
about the good ole days, I
can't even begin to go down
that memory lane without
being grateful to some of
my best friend's parents.
Parents like Mr. and Mrs.
James Jackson. I have the
fondest memories of parties
at their home. Why did they
open their home to a rowdy
group of teenagers? I am
talking about teenagers from
Perry, Florida. I believe I


learned to hula hoop, twist
board and dance there in the
Jackson home.
I can remember Mr.
Jackson doing the jitterbug
with Julie, his daughter.
Others like Janet and
Virginia would jitter with
Mr. Jackson in the middle of
their family room too. I am
sure there were others that
did the jitterbug with Mr.
Jackson, but it is a sweet
vivid memory that I can call
up any time I need to feel


special.
Why is that memory
special? Well when you think
of professional men these
days, men that are sturdy
men of the community, can
you see them dancing with
their daughter's friends?
I never learned how to
do the jitterbug, but I bet
it wouldn't take me long
because I have that memory
I could recall.
*u** Please see page 5


To the winners,




and the losers...


On behalf of the citizenry of
Taylor County, we would like
to express our appreciation
to those candidates who put
their personal lives on hold
while pursuing offices for city
and county elections.
We know the process can
be grueling, and sometimes
uncomfortable. We regret that
elections can lean toward
name-calling, but believe that
instead of that, we should
be grateful that there are
individuals who are willing to
seek public office and act as
our official representatives.
So we say, "Thank you."
Democracy only works if we
are all willing to participate
in the system. -We hope you


did your part by running
for an office or by voting
for the candidates of your
choice.
In case you missed one of
our favorite quotes in Friday's
edition: "Bad officials are
elected by good citizens who
do not vote."
If you didn't vote, don't
complain.
If you did vote or you did
agree to share a part of your
life with this community by
serving in an elected position,
thank you.
Effective government has
a chance when committed
individuals seek the honor
and the privilege, not just the
salary and the perks.


Dear Editor:
I'm writing this letter to
talk to you about a matter
that a lot of people in
Perry are concerned about.
They are wondering why
our school superintendent
and also the school
board members are more


concerned about what kind
of clothing or brand name
the students are wearing to
school than the importance
of what the students are
being taught.
Now the superintendent
has made the dress code
even stricter for the children


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this year. If you take a
second and look at how
much the school grade has
dropped since 2007 until
now in 2012, all B schools
and since this whole dress
code ordeal came about and
being more worried about
that now our schools are D
schools.
The high school has an
incomplete for the school
so far. I believe the school
needs to stop focusing so
hard on what the children
are wearing and start
focusing on getting these
kids the education they
desperately need for their
futures. The parents of Perry
feel that if they are wearing
clothing that covers up all
the appropriate places then it
shouldn't matter what kind
of clothing they wear.
To us it just seems that
the school district is trying
so hard to make everyone
equal that the kids are losing
interest in what they learn in
school. We the parents of
these children are asking
the superintendent and the
school board to please stop
focusing on the clothing
and get back to teaching our
children and preparing them
for their future.
Thank you,
Wesley White


We were challenged b
ever reached the first hole
in the throes of anxiety
hear the strains of John
"Olympic Fanfare" transpi
to a higher plain.
Then I heard the voice
friends, bringing me back
again.
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a.m. since my children
school," said one. "I may h
my husband to drive me t
course. I don't know if I
that early."
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before we play?" asked an
don't know.if I can eat th
she said, in a voice which r
a whine.
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asked another fearfully.
going if they are. Will ar
watching us?" she repeate
I answered her quest
another. "Why would
watch us?"
"Good point," she saic
they just wanted to mal
us."
"Hey, they could come (
golf course anytime and
of us at no cost. I don
they're going to spend $4(
that opportunity."
With that, we put the top
Until the sun came out.
"I don't know if I can
heat," said one.
"My blood pressure r
lamented another.
supposed to get overheated
Our team captain, and
respectable golfer in th
started buying cooling
before the event ever
she could play golf in tl
Desert with 100 percent
Unaffected by the heat,
took it upon herself to
her friends, to equip us
towels. After all, there is
team.
The blood pressure
bought two battery-opera
The mother who hasn't
in 12 years, purchased a n
we were a NFL team which
relief on August's Sunday
The Chamber of C
Golf Scramble did
what it intended:
commerce. Scared to deat
publicly in a puddle of sww
the stores. We bought cl
because if you can't play
should at least look stunr
We had matching shirts
thought we should go
but democracy prevailed
we would live to regret th
One regretted
immediately: "We're we
pink shirts? I don't lool
pink! That means I'll hav
everyone with my ou
golfing ability instead
awesome good looks."
When reality is absent, t
shortage of confidence.
We reviewed the r
chatted by e-mail as wi
collectively. We even fret
the weather.
Then we came to team c
it will be hot; the course
soggy from all the rain; it i
during the tournament;
matter and there is nothi
do about it. We're commit
This was, you see, our I


Midweek Muddle





Debutantes
By SUSAN H. LINCOLN
before we Tournament, our coming-out at the
but even Perry Golf and Country Club. We
,I could play golf routinely in relative
Williams' obscurity. The men are polite and
orting me friendly, but we're probably viewed
as an aberration, not a viable threat
es of my to their security.
Sto earth Last year, when the annual
Chamber of Commerce Golf
re by 7:30 Scramble came around, we whined
were in and fretted and talked ourselves
ave to get out of it. But we made a pledge:
o the golf "Next year, we're playing."
can drive Suddenly, it was next year.
Our captain had plans for us to
something practice like true golfers on the
another. "I week leading up to the event: at the
iat early," driving range, at the putting green,
resembled working on our short game and
realizing we have no long one. But
thing us?" the showers came frequently,
"I'm not preventing any reasonable practices
aybody be together.
dd. We found solace in our backyards,
tion with between the rains, envisioning
anybody the shots we would need at our
Debutante Tournament.
1, "unless "I've got to take a friend for
ke fun of cataract surgery," said one early in
the week, "but I'm practicing-in my
out to the mind."
make fun "Well, I prefer practicing in my
L't believe mind, because I always play a lot
)0 just for better in my mind than I do on the
course," said another.
ic to rest. When the day before the
tournament arrived, tensions were
take this high but we were resolved. Said one,
"I have my outfit hanging out, ready
medicine," to go. I've bought new golfballs.
"I'm not My cooling aids are poised. I am
ed." keeping my head down, my left arm
the only straight and following through in
te group, my mind."
aids days The captain said, "We should
Though be there no later than 7:30 to eat
he Sahara breakfast and pray."
humidity. Then the woman who hasn't been
she still anywhere before 9 a.m. added, "I
care for think we should allow more than 30
with iced- minutes for prayer."
Sno "i" in The preparation encompassed all
the drama of a made-for-television
patient movie for the Lifetime Channel.
ted fans. Then the day arrived.
seen 7:30 Standing beside three good
lister as if golfing friends, surrounded by
:h needed pools of rainfall, I could hear the
s. timpanic music from the 2012
commerce Olympics playing, the drumbeats
exactly of "Bugler's Dream" setting the
created stage for a competition of world
h of dying proportions. I'm sure they could
eat, we hit hear it too.
)thes, too, Eighteen holes later, by anybody
well, you else's estimation, we simply
ting. participated.
s. I really In our minds, however, where
incognito, our skills are pre-eminent, we
I. knew conquered the course, the field of
at. teams and our own personal field
it of dreams.
aring our And we looked cute in the
k good in process, presenting ourselves to
ve to wow polite society just as debutantes
outstanding do, but in white shorts instead of
of my dresses.
In recognition of our training
here is no and preparation, the Chamber of
Commerce presented us with the
rules and Duffer Award but, much to their
e worried surprise, it looked like a gold medal
:ted about to us. We smiled and waved to all
who applauded, and I believe the
consensus: national anthem was played.
;e will be The 2012 Olympics are over, and
might rain may I say, we are honored to have
it doesn't had the opportunity to represent
ng we can our great country.
tted. Thank you. Thank you very
Debutante much.


Letters to the Editor



Speaking out against



student code of dress










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Shut & Bar the Door!


IN


A group of local volunteers have joined together to stage a benefit dinner theatre production of
the play "Shut and Bar the Door," described as a "raucous" comedy set in medieval times featuring
princes and princesses, thieves and scoundrels. Proceeds from the sold-out event will benefit Kasey


A-3 TacoTimes August 15, 2012

Bake sales benefit diabetes association


Beverly Parker will host bake sales at
Citizens State Bank and Buckeye Community
Federal Credit Union Thursday and Friday from


10 a.m.to 4p.m.
All proceeds benefit the American Diabetes
Association.


Cruise-In Event
Customs Classics Hot Rods
Every 3d Saturday of the Month
This Saturday, August I 8'h 5 8 pm
Bring your lawn chairs


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Lukens. The production will be held Thursday, Aug. 23, at 6 p.m. at the Perry Garden Club. Starring I
in the play are: (back row, I to r) Randy Newman, Cline Moore and Caleb Brannen; (front row, I to r) DJ playing 5O's & 60's
Deidra Newman, Dawn Taylor and Lauren Wilson. Rock & Roll

Mt. Olive Church hosts 85th 1 .-,.nff* ot-lCoen


anniversary celebrations


The community is invited
to join members of Mt.
Olive Missionary Baptist
Church as they celebrate the


church's 85th anniversary.
Fellowship and
celebration programs, are
planned Thursday, Aug. 16,


at 7 p.m., and Friday, Aug.
17, at 7 p.m. Two services
are planned Sunday, Aug.
19, at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m.


K-9 team assisted with search


DRUG TRAFFICKING
Continued from page 1
display of more-than-
normal nervousness for
such a violation. One
of the individuals also
kept trying to speak to him in
Spanish. While Ptl. Cephus


was issuing the citation,
K-9 Ptl. Kyle Johnson and
K-9 partner Rocko arrived
on the scene. Rocko
conducted a free air search
of the vehicle and alerted
to the presence of drugs.
During a search of the
vehicle, officers first


found the cannabis and
then the cocaine. The
search concluded with the
officers finding the gun and
ammunition," Capt. Jamie
Cruse said.
Also assisting at the scene
were Ptl. Jay Ricketson and
Ptl. Alexis Hernanez.


Shareholders can look for


dividends payment Sept. 14


BUCKEYE
Continued from page 1
linter pulp plant and
adjustments relating to the
cellulosic biofuel credit.
Adjusted net income was
off slightly compared to the
prior year period's $27.8
million or $0.68 per share,
which excluded an after-tax
non-cash asset impairment
charge of $13.0 million, or
$0.32 per share, relating to
plans to close the Canadian
nonwovens plant by the end
of December 2012 as well
as other special items of
$0.6 million or $0.01 per
share.
.Net sales were $225
million for the fourth quarter
of fiscal 2012, down $24
million or 10 percent versus
record net sales of $249
million in the fourth quarter
of fiscal 2011 (which have
been adjusted to exclude
discontinued Americana
operations). About $5
million of the reduction
in sales was related to the
divestiture of the King
converting business.
Sales from the company's
Foley specialty wood plant
were down $10 million due
to lower shipment volume.
Last year's sales benefited
from significant shipments
from inventory.
Sales from the Memphis
specialty cotton plant were
off $5 million due to supply
chain inventory corrections
and lower growth
projections in the LED
TV market. In spite of the
reduction in sales revenue
and the $0.06 negative
earnings impact of the June
steam drum failure outage


at Foley, adjusted earnings
per share (EPS) of $0.66
was only down by $0.02 per
share compared to the year
ago quarter.
Higher selling prices
in Specialty Fibers, lower
costs and the elimination of
underperforming businesses
offset most of the impact
of lower sales revenue
and the June production
outage. The company
generated $50 million
in free cash flow during
the quarter, including $6
million in net proceeds from
the sale of Americana's
assets.
The company repurchased
750,000 shares ($22 million)
during the quarter, bringing
total year repurchases to
1.2 million shares ($33
million), or 3 percent of
outstanding shares at the
beginning of the year. It also
reduced debt by $12 million
to $59 million. At the end of
the quarter Buckeye's cash
and short term investments
stood at $47 million.
Comparing the fourth
quarter to the third quarter
of fiscal 2012, sales were
up $8 million or 4 percent
primarily due to a 20 percent
increase in shipment volume
in the nonwovens segment.
Adjusted EPS of $0.66
was down $0.01 versus the
third quarter as increased
shipment volume, favorable
shipment mix and falling
cotton linter prices mostly
offset the $0.06 negative
impact of the June outage at
Foley.
Chairman and Chief
Executive Officer John
B. Crowe said, "Fiscal
year 2012 was another


year of record sales and
earnings. During the
year, we continued to
generate significant cash
flow, allowing us to invest
in high rate of return
capital projects, return
cash to our shareholders
through dividends and
share repurchases, and
essentially eliminate
our debt. With a strong
operating performance and
actions taken to address
underperforming assets,
we delivered a return on
invested capital (ROIC)
in fiscal year 2012 of 16.5
percent, well above our cost
of capital. While Buckeye is
well positioned to continue
to increase shareholder
value, we believe that global
economic uncertainty may
generate a headwind for us
in fiscal 2013."
Crowe said the company's
fourth quarter results were
significantly impacted by
the steam drum failure and
resulting production outage
at the Foley facility in late
June. "Returning both
lines to operation in just
17 days was a remarkable
accomplishment by our
organization," he said.
Buckeye also announced
last week that its board of
directors declared a regular
quarterly cash dividend in
the amount of $0.08 per
common share payable
Sept. 14.


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ACA Cheerleaders

named champions

at summer camp
Aucilla Christian Academy's Varsity and Junior Varsity
Cheerleaders attended the Fellowship of Christian
Cheerleaders Camp together July 31-Aug. 2, at Rosen
Shingle Creek Resort in Orlando.
More than 250 cheerleaders attended, learning dances,
cheers and stunts to use throughout the school year. Every
evening, there were evaluations on cheers and stunts to
provide feedback for the cheerleaders.
They also participated in daily devotionals led by camp
staff and evening worship led by a praise band.
During the final evaluation on the last day of camp, both
teams qualified as finalists to compete in the camp
championship. Both Varsity and JV teams won the title of
Camp Champions. As champions, they qualify to compete
at the FCC National Championships in January.
Varsity Cheer Coach is Shona Whiddon of Perry. Junior
Varsity Cheer Coach is Lisa Jackson of Monticello.

Mullet dinner, music

benefit Aman Family
Community friends are encouraged to gather at Pleasant
Grove Baptist Church Saturday for a mullet dinner at 5
p.m. and gospel sing at 7 p.m. benefitting the Lewis Aman
Family which lost their home to a fire.
The Cavaliers, Homeward Bound and the Pleasant
Grove Choir will sing. Mullet dinners will be available for
take-out or eat-in.



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Danye J. Rogers & Jeff R. Jenkins
August 25,2012
Rebekah Stephens & Brett Brantley
September 1,2012
Amanda Patrick & Will Hall
October 6, 2012
Lindsey Melton & Bryan Linton
November 10, 2012
Charlotte Barbaree & Jonathan Young
November 24. 2012
Tuesday Atkins & Zack Bailey
December 29, 2012


anna Ferguson & Dusty Knight
Girl due Sce,-ibe 18, 2012
Lori & Jeremy Cousins
Boy due October 15. 2012


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granddaughter of Chuck and Peggy Eckel of Perry), Kelsi Reams, Victoria Brock, Monique Restrepo,
Whitney Stevens, Christiana Reams, Ashley Hebert, Hadley Revell, Co-Captain Brooke Kinsley,
Captain Caroline Schwab of Perry (the daughter of Richard and Jennifer Schwab), Samantha
Douglas, Michaela Metcalfe, Ashley Schofill, Pamela Watt, Stormie Roberts of Perry (the daughter
of Mike and Lisa Roberts) and Brooke Joiner. The school's junior varsity cheerleaders are shown
on the middle and front rows: middle row, Grace Beshears, Megan Schofill, Mickaela Whiddon of
Perry (the daughter of Darren and Mikki Whiddon) and Emily Brock, and front row, Jackie
Walker, Kirsten Reagan, Co-Captain Jenny Jackson, Captain Kate Whiddon of Perry (the daughter
of Stan and Shona Whiddon), Dena Bishop of Perry (the daughter of Don and Allison Bishop), Call
Burkett of Perry (the daughter of James Burkett) and Heather James (the granddaughter of John
and Gale Dickert, formerly of Perry).


Blake Alan Ratliff


Don't forget

auditions...
If you are an aspiring
actor, don't forget the
following opportunities at
North Florida Community
College:
Open auditions Aug. 26
for the October production
of "Faith County" and "An
Evening of Culture."
Later in the season,
auditions Nov. 3 for "The
Little Mermaid" which will
be presented Jan. 26, 2013.
For details, please
contact Denis Bell at 850-
973-9481 or e-mail
BellD@ www.nfcc.edu.


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Ratliff graduates from FSU


Blake Alan Ratliff graduated from
Florida State University on Saturday, Aug.
11, with a Bachelor of Science degree in
political science and a minor in
international affairs.
A 2008 graduate of Taylor County High


School, Ratliff was an honor student,
played baseball and soccer.
He is the son of Bruce Ratliff (Perry)and
Rhonda Brewer (Knoxville, Tenn.) and the
grandson of Buster and Deloris Ratliff
(Perry), and the late Shirley Ratliff.


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Are you ready for a new career?
Do you like saving money?
If you answered "YES" now is the time to register for
TTI's Automotive Service Program. Sign up now and have
your $500 registration fee waived AND take your-first
Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification for free.
Please call the Student Services Department at
850-838-2545 ext. 222 for more information.
This offer is good for a limited time, and on a
first come first served basis.
Don't let somebody else take your place, sign up now!!!
Financial Aid is Available to Those Who Qualify


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7_ Saturday,

September 8

Grounds of Evangel Christian Fellowship Church
7:30 a.m. until...
SSpace Rental Is only
$15 for a 15'x15' space
(you bring tent, table, chairs .etc...)
Please contact Michelle Mcheod at 584-5805
or Elaine Richardson at 371-1653 to reserve
your space. Deadline Is August 28.

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Letters to the Editor



'They have no idea how many they influenced'


JACKSONS
Continued from page 2
Who would have thought
that our group, class of 66,
could be so special and
have such good times? Mrs.
Jackson always had lots of
food; I mean why did she
feed us all the time? We
could bring our newest 45
RPM singles, spin them on
the record player and dance
away there, right smack dab
in the middle of their family
room. I can't remember
how big of a mess we may
have made, but just think
about it?
Records all over the floor,
chips and dip, great food
and Pepsi Cola, right Janet?
What fabulous parents. The
story does not end there.
I mean those parties I just
mentioned were just the up-
town parties. The Jacksons
had a farm and a fabulous
barn. We would often go
there too for the best of
times. I mean dancing the
bop (early years), the twist,
slow dancing, and improve
(make up your own). We
enjoyed the cool nights of
the summer with the faint
smell of freshly cut hay.
I really can't remember
how I was transported to that
farm; maybe the Jacksons
took us over there in a van,
but what a family! I always
knew Mrs. Jackson would
have a word of wisdom and
encouragement for me. She
always was building me up
in a special way with such
a smile and I could see the
sparkle of wisdom in her
eyes. I saw the affirmative
nod in the positive when
she was talking to me, so
of course I believed her.
She would constantly point
out to us how energetic
and smart we all were. So I
believed her.
There is no way any of
us could ever repay these
great parents for what they
sacrificed. Did their own
two children resent having
a menagerie of teens in the
middle of their family life?
I felt like one of their kids,
I really did, sorry Julie and
Steve, but I felt a part of
your family and so glad your
mother and father allowed
me into that family ring for
so long. The memories that
were shaped so long ago
are still so alive and I am
thankful for parents like the
Jacksons. I am grateful for
having a friend like Julie
that had parents willing to
help raise the village!
I am sure their philosophy
and love for Julie and Steve
was to be involved in what
their children were doing as
much as possible. So they
supervised and chaperoned
us all in the process. I am
so grateful for parents that
included so many other
children in their Christian
life. I never once heard
these two married people
argue or say a cross word to
each other or to us. Now, I
do want you to think about
that fact. Not one word ill

Holkham

to speak

at library


Aug.


spoken, every word that
was ever spoken in all those
gatherings was a word of
encouragement to each
other, to their children or
to the 15 or so of us lucky
enough to be included.
I bet Mrs. Jackson has no
idea of how many people
she influenced with her gift
of hospitality. I so often
think of those times and
want to thank her from the
bottom of my heart. I see her
now and she still has those


sparkly eyes of wisdom and
she always compliments
me and I believe her
encouraging words and am
uplifted. Thank you Mrs.
Jackson.
Oh, it may seem like I
am running my own super
parents down, but not so.
I had a few parties at my
home too. But you notice I
said a few. My parents had
five children so our parties
did get penciled in on the
calendar, but in actual


events not near as often as
parties at the Jacksons'. I
guess that is why I am so
grateful. 1 mean 1 am a Nana,
now (seems like yesterday
that I was watching that
jitterbug) and I did not have
as many parties or social
get-togethers like Mr. and
Mrs. Jackson did for my
own children. I know the
cost, the aggravation, the
planning, the drama, the
worries of parties, so again
I am in awe of the Jacksons.


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Growing up in a
small town may have its
drawbacks and negative
data findings in surveys,
but growing up with the
Jacksons balanced those
figures and I am grateful for
the memories. And I know
what was sacrificed so I
do say thanks. Mr. Jackson
is already in heaven, may
be jitterbugging up there,
but I pay tribute to that
great husband and wife,
mother and father, and


great community builders. I
believe there are many other
families in Perry who are
doing the same things right
now. Involving friends of
their children in activities
these children would not
have otherwise. So I salute
you too, whoever you are.
Keep up the good work. The
memories and gratitude will
not go unnoticed on earth or
heaven.
Thanks again,
Bonnie Jo Wells


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will be guest speaker at
the Friends of the Taylor
County Public Library
meeting on Monday, Aug.
27, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Originally from England,
Holkham now lives in
Perry and specializes in
the traditional English
watercolor style. He has
been selling his works for
more than 30 years and is a
full-time professional artist.
For more information
about Holkham and his
work, visit online at http://
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Brotherhood plans Unity Program at Antioch


Come to Antioch...
The Brotherhood will present its 18th Unity Program at
Antioch M.B. Church on Saturday, Aug. 18, at 3 p.m.
George Clayton will be the speaker for the occasion;
everyone is cordially invited to attend.

Sunday is Women's Day
The women of Christian Tabernacle "will come together
to celebrate the goodness of the Lord" with a program on
Sunday, Aug. 19, beginning at 9 a.m. Guest speaker will


be Ella M. Rhines-Brown; the guest choir and praise team
will be from Mt. Sinai of Mayo. Everyone is invited; the
church is located at 435 Warner St., adjacent to Jerkins
Recreation Park.

Prayer Hour at Little St. John
United Family Prayer is planned again by the Anderson,
Harris, Cook, Hugger, Rivers and Reddin families on
Friday, Aug. 17, at 6:30 p.m You're encouraged to mark
your calendars and be there.


Cards of Thanks


Dr. John {. Parer, Jr.
We would like to convey our heartfelt appreciation for
the many expressions of sympathy, along with the
numerous offerings of prayers, flowers and food, following
the loss of our father, Dr. John H. Parker, Jr.
It would be difficult to name everyone to whom we owe
thanks, but we would be remiss if we did not expressly
recognize a few: Drs. Payne and Mutnal and their nurses,
Debbie, Susie, and Delores; our close family friend, Mrs.
Licia Lee, his "personal chef" who made sure he ate like a
king; our cousin, Emily, who was his guardian angel in the
DMH ER; Ms. Irene Barnes who always took wonderful
care of him in the DMH Outpatient Treatment area; Amy,
Bonnie, Tasha, Carol, Lisa, and Michelle who helped us so
much at home during the last several months; and our
cousin, Danny, who was always there for his uncle and for
us.
We were touched by the number of people who came
forward to recall their memories of our father. It was
suggested that we should compile a journal of these


recollections from his former patients, colleagues, friends
and family members in the Taylor County community.
With that purpose in mind, we would love to hear from
friends and acquaintances who are willing to share their
personal stories of our father, Dr. John H. Parker, Jr. If you
wish to do so, please mail them to: Jane Woofter, 1460
East Green St., Perry, FL 32347 (email:
iwoofter@comcast.net).
Thank you!
The Parker Children Jane, John, David and Beth
Deal
Thank you for all the hugs, prayers, kind words and
flowers during the loss of our loved one. Your kindness
will not be forgotten. Ann's love to her family and her
"adopted" animal friends through the years will be greatly
missed by all. A special thanks to Dara, Rick, Chelsea,
Ashley and Little Rick for the extra care you gave to Ann.
May everyone touched by Ann's life be blessed.
From the family of Elizabeth "Ann" Deal


W.D. Wilson Jr.
W.D. Wilson Jr., 86, died
Friday, Aug. 10, 2012, at his
home.
He was born in Perry on
March 23, 1926, the son of
W.D. Wilson Sr. and Edrie
Kemp Wilson. He was a
lifelong resident of Perry
and served-during World
War II in the U:S. Navy
aboard the USS Franklin D.
Roosevelt Air Craft Carrier
as a signalman.
He attended the
University of Miami where
he played football, the
University of Florida where
he played basketball and
Florida State University
where he received his
bachelor's degree. He
retired from Buckeye after
38 years of service.
He was a former Taylor
County commissioner for
eight years, a member of the
Perry Elks Lodge, the'Perry
Lions Club and the First
Baptist Church.
He was preceded in death
by his parents and a sister,
Iris Dee Walker.
-Survivors include: his
wife of 57 years, Mary Jane
Wilson of Perry; one son,
Paul (Angela Cruce) Wilson


of Shady Grove; one
daughter, Lisa (Bill) Brock
of Naples; three
grandchildren, Alyssa
Wilson, Kathryn and
Charles Brock; and a host
of nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were
held Tuesday, Aug. 14, at
11 a.m. in the First Baptist
Church. Private interment
followed at Pineview
Memorial Cemetery.
Family members
received friends one hour
prior to service.
Joe P. Burns Funeral
Home was in charge of
arrangements.

John Phillip
Stephens
John Phillip Stephenst
79, died Monday, Aug. 13,
2012.
He was a native of Perry
and had lived in Tucson,
Ariz., for the past 24 years.
Mr. Stephens was a veteran
of the U.S. Army, the
former owner of Stephens
Furniture Company and the
Old Pavilion Keaton Beach
Restaurant. He worked for
many years as a sales
manager for L. R. Thomas
Chevrolet.


He was a member of the
First United Methodist
Church of Perry. He co-
chaired the Florida Forest
Festival in 1965, and was a
graduate of Taylor County
High School and the
University of Florida,
College of Forestry. He was
a longtime member of the
Perry Elks Lodge.
Mr. Stephens was
preceded in death by his
parents, Bill and Lula
Stephens; and a sister, Billie
Lloyd.
Survivors include: his
dear friend and caregiver,
Bob Moreno, of Tucson,
Ariz.; two- sons, Kearney
(Cindy) Stephens and Jim
Stephens; one daughter,
Amanda (Bish) Clark; five
grandchildren, Bishop and
Natalie Clark, Micah,
Ashlie and Kearney
Stephens II; two great-
grandchildren, Karly and
Kolton Stephens, all of
Perry.
Funeral services will be
held Friday, Aug. 17, at 1
p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church with J.T.
Taylor officiating.
Interment will follow at
Woodlawn Cemetery.


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Family members will
receive friends one hour
prior to the service.
In lieu of flowers,
donations may be made to
Teen Challenge of
Tallahassee, 4141
Appalachee Pkwy.,
Tallahassee, FL 32311
(850-385-8336) You may
sign the guestbook at:
www.joepburnsfuneralhom
es.com.


WALTER D. TAYLOR
Walter D. Taylor, age 94, passed away at the Veterans
Hospital in Lake City, on August 5, 2012. He was born
in Gurdane, Oregon on December 31, 1917. He was the
third of four children born to George Brunson and Leona
Banks Taylor.
He went to Elementary School in Mist, Oregon and
graduated High School in Portland, Oregon. He enlisted
in the Navy in September 1936 and he served until
November 1948. He served on the USS Wright and the
USS Honolulu before WWII, theSS Gillis and the USS
Guam during WWII, the USS Dennis J. Buckley DD 808
and the USS Rupertus before leaving the Navy. In 1939,
while in the Navy, Walt went to Photography School in
Pensacola. In April 1940 he was given the rank of Gunner
Mate 3rd Class. Before leaving the Navy he was promoted
to Gunners Mate 1st Class.
While in the service he qualified as a Diver 2nd Class.
When he was in Gunner school in Washington D.C,,
he met his wife Carolyn Marguerite Huxford, who was
a member of the Navy WAVES. They were married in
Arlington, Virginia on November 2, 1945. In 1950 he
moved to Perry, with his wife and family.
He worked at the Huxford Camp collecting turpentine
and later graduated from Flonda State University with a
Bachelor's Degree In Accounting. He had an accounting
business in Perry and did audits later on in his life. Walt
enjoyed traveling, photography and researching his
family's history.
He is preceded in death by his loving wife of 45 years,
Carolyn Huxford Taylor. Survivors include his brother
Marvis Taylor of Oregon and his four children, Rayford H.
Taylor (Elizabeth) of Atlanta, GA, Jerry L. Taylor (Jane) of
Newberry, Carol T. Sexton (John) of Orlando, and David L.
Taylor (Tammi) of Tallahassee. He had six grandchildren
and five great-grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in memory
of Walter Delmar Taylor to the Gainesville Fisher House
Foundation, P O Box 358296, Gainesville, FL 32635 or
on line at http://gainesvillefisherhouse.org, or to Voluntary
Service, VA Medical Center, 1601 SW Archer Road,
Galnesville, FL 32608.
Visitation will be held Friday, August 17, 2012 from 5:30
p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Joe P. Burns Funeral Home in Perry.
There will be a private interment at a later date.


Obituaries


Taylor County Board of County

Commissioners is Accepting

Applications for


TAYLOR COUNTY

RECREATION ADVISORY

BOARD MEMBER (TCRAB)

This is a demanding volunteer position that
meets regularly to discuss operations of
the Taylor County Sports Complex. TCRAB
will consist of 7 members, each of whom
must be a registered voter of Taylor County
as well as being a current resident of the
County. Appointees are representatives of all
sports played at the County Sports Complex
including but not limited to soccer, football,
baseball, softball, basketball, tennis,
and users of the trail. This position is for
someone with baseball/softball experience.

For more information or to request an
application please call 838-3500, extension 7,
or come by the Taylor County Administrative
Complex located at 201 East Green Street or
visit www.taylorcountygov.com.

Deadline for submission of applications

is August 28, 2012 at 1:00 RM.

Applications may be delivered to the County
Administrator's Office at 201 East Green
Street. Applications may also be faxed
to 838-3501 or emailed to
ad m in.assist@(taylorcountygov.com.

Member selection will be made during the
Board of County Commissioners' meeting
scheduled for September 18, 2012.











Sports



Stephens one of


3 juniors named


to all-state team


Taylor County High's
outstanding wide receiver,
Moral Stephens, has been
named to the pre-season
Class 4A all state football
team as selected by
FloridaHSfootball.com.
The 6-3, 205-pound
pass catcher was one of
three juniors in Florida
to make the offensive
squad. A dozen seniors


round out the first team
offense.
Stephens was an
honorable mention all-
state player following his
sophomore season last year.
He has numerous major
college teams looking
at him including Florida
State, Arkansas, Clemson,
Georgia, Miami, Ohio State
and Vanderbilt.


Fall rec baseball


leagues forming


The Taylor County
Recreation Department is
organizing two fall baseball
leagues for youngsters ages
8-12.
The deadline to sign up is
Aug. 31. The fee is $42 per
player with forms available
at the Perry City Hall or
the Taylor County Sports
Complex.
Youngsters will play in
two leagues--10-under (ages
8-10 by Dec. 31, 2012) and
12-under (ages 11-12 by
Dec. 3,2012).
Practice will begin Sept.
.4 with games set to begin
Saturday, Sept. 15.
All home games will be
played at the Taylor County
Sports Complex. with away
games slated for Fort White,
Madison, Lake Butler
and Wakulla. Games will


be played by Cal Ripken
Tournament rules and
guidelines.
Volunteers are needed
to work concessions,
serve as gate attendants or
scorekeepers and provide
field maintenance to make
this first year of Fall League
Baseball a success. Contact
Recreation Coordinator
Bryant Christman at 584-
3029 or your team coach, if
you are interested in being a
volunteer.


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NRA banquet


set for Friday


at Elks Lodge


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Moral Stephens (3) looks in a pass during action last fall. The
junior wide receiver is turning a lot of heads among college scouts
and is expected to be a big part of the Taylor County High offense
this season. (Photo by Wayne Dunwoody)


Want to be a
The Taylor County .
Touchdown Club Boosters
are now seeking TCHS
Bulldog football team
supporters for the 2012
football season, which
begins Aug. 24.
If you would like to be a


Super Dog?
Super Dog or advertise your
business or church on a
Dorsett Stadium field sign,
please call Aaron Portwood
(838-4834) or Benjye Tuten
(843-0000) or send an email
to aaron@woodsnwater.
net.


Taylor County Friends
of NRA invite supporters
of the Second Amendment
to attend their inaugural
banquet on Friday, Aug. 17,
at 6 p.m. at the Perry Elks
Lodge.
In addition to a steak or
chicken dinner, all those
who attend will have a
chance to win door prizes
and bid on unique NRA
collector items in a silent
auction.
National RifleAssociation
(NRA) North Florida Field
Representative Howell E.
"Trip" Lancaster III will
also give an update on
the controversial United
Nations Small Arms Treaty
proposal.
"There is something for
everyone at a Friends of
NRA banquet, which is all
about fun, food, firearms,
fundraising and fellowship,"
Lancaster said.
The annual fundraising
event on behalf of the NRA
Foundation starts with
games to win firearms, a
silent auction followed by


dinner, a live auction and
drawings for exclusive
firearms, art, gear, home
decor and NRA collectibles.
Those who attend will
have a chance to win the
2012 NRA "Gun of the
Year"--a Benelli Ultra Light
12-gauge shotgun--as well
as a Kimber Stainless Pro
Carry II .45ACP.
Tickets are $40 per person
and can be purchased in
advance online at www.
friendsofnra.org/fl or at the
door. Seating is limited.
Businesses and
individuals can purchase
sponsorship and "plus"
packages and receive
discounted dinner tickets,
exclusive bonus gifts, free
prize drawing tickets and
exclusive "sponsor plus"
entry tickets for a special
drawing.
For more information
on sponsorship packages
or to reserve a table,
contact Brandon Fletcher
at (850) 838-6660 or email
brandontfletcher@ gmail.
com.


Registration for tackle football extended to Aug. 28


Registration for the 2012
recreational tackle football
and cheerleading league has
been extended until Aug.
28.
Registration forms are


available at the Taylor
County Sports Complex or
at Perry City Hall.
The fees are $50 per
player for tackle football and
$42 for each cheerleader.


Youngsters ages 10-13 as
of Dec. 31 are eligible to
participate.
Games are slated to get
underway Sept. 17 and the
season will conclude Oct.


29. All games will be played
at the Taylor County Sports
Complex on Mondays and
Thursday.
According to Recreation
Coordinator Bryant


Christman, qualified
game officials and
chain crew members are
currently needed. For
more- information, contact
Christman at 584-3029.


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Public Safety Academy accepting


applications; classes begin Aug. 20


The North
Community
(NFCC) Public


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College
Safety


Academy plans to begin new
Basic Law Enforcement
Recruit, Correctional Cross-
Over to Law Enforcement
and Corrections Basic
Recruit classes Monday,
Aug. 20.
Now is the time for
potential students to enroll
and take care of application,
testing and program
entrance requirements,
academy officials said.


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Applicants must be at
least 18 years old to enter
NFCC's Public Safety
Academy programs.
Admission requirements
include completing an NFCC
admission application,
successful completion
of the Florida Criminal
Justice Basic Abilities Test,
submitting official high
school transcripts or GED
diploma, and passing a
background check and drug
screening.
Financial assistance may


be available for qualified
students.
The NFCC Public Safety
Academy is one of 41
criminal justice training
centers approved by the
Florida Criminal Justice
Standards and Training
Commission to train
basic recruits in law
enforcement, corrections,
recertification programs
and continuing workforce
education.
NFCC offers a state-
of-the-art driver training


facility, an indoor firearms
training area and works
with public safety agencies
and personnel from across
North Florida.
For more information
or to enroll in the NFCC
Public Safety Academy,
contact Gail Hackle at (850)
973-1617 or hackleg@nfcc.
edu.
Information is also
available at www.nfcc.
edu/programs-of-study/
public-safety-academy-
programs.


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Timberland Ford has partnered with the Boys & Girls Club of North Florida (which serves Taylor
County) for a fund-raiser benefiting local youth. Tickets ($100) are on sale now to win an off-road
truck. "Only 150 tickets are being sold, so the chances of winning are definitely in your favor,"
Timberland's Brett Falicon said. Tickets are available at the Ford dealership (credit cards accepted).
The winning ticket will be drawn Friday, Aug. 31 .. (Winner does not need to be present.)


Southerland to



host Town Hall



meeting here



this Thursday

Representative Steve Southerland II will host a town hall
meeting in Perry Thursday, Aug. 16.
The Taylor County forum, which will be held at City
Hall, is free and open to the public. The meeting will begin
at 3 p.m.
Constituents with questions regarding the town hall
meeting are asked to contact Lori Hutto with Southerland's
Tallahassee office by calling (850) 561-3979 or e-mailing
lori.hutto@mail.house.gov.
On Saturday, Aug. 11, Southerland issued a statement
announcing his "enthusiastic support of (presidential
candidate) Gov. Mitt Romney's selection of U.S. Rep.
Paul Ryan for vice president," stating: "Gov. Romney's
selection of Paul Ryan as his running mate reflects his
genuine commitment to tackling the economic challenges
facing America. I have served with Paul for two years in
Congress, in fact our offices are right down the hall from
one another, and I have come to respect him as a thoughtful
and principled leader who won't shy away from the fight
to advance freedom. Gov. Romney's willingness to make
bold decisions will serve our country well when he's elected
president in November."


Unity with variety..God's design concept


By DELORES WALKER
Contributing columnist
In this world where
conformity seems to be
encouraged in everything
from clothing to what we
eat, it is easy to lose your
individuality.
I certainly do not
encourage anyone to
become a rebel, but on the
other hand, I want to see
everyone be all they were
created to be.
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AARP: last Wed., 10 a.m. at
Perry Shrine Club.
Kiwanis Club: Wednesdays,
noon, Perry Elks Lodge on
Puckett Road.
MainStreet. Perry: fourth
Tuesday, 5:30 p.m., Perry Historic
Station.
NAACP: first Sunday, 5 p.m., at
Jerkins Community Center.
Optimist Club: Thursday,
noon at Rosehead, downtown
Perry.
Perry Garden Club: third
Wednesday, 10 a.m.
Perry Elks Lodge: second and
fourth Tuesday, 7 p.m.
Perry Lodge #187: first
and third Tues., 6 p.m., Masonic
Hall.
Perry Masonic Lodge 123:
meets first and third Monday,
7:30 p.m.
Perry Shrine Club: fourth
Thursday at 7 p.m. (club house
located on Courtney Road).
Perry Woman's Club: second
Wed., noon (September to
May).
Rotary Club: Tues., noon at
Rosehead Junction.
Taylor County Leadership
Council: second and fourth
Friday, 7 p.m., Jerkins Community
Center.
Vogue XIII: first Mon., 7:30 p.m.
Call 584-2404.


watcher, as I am, it is easy to
see--God made us different!
I like to call it: "Unity
with Variety.. .God's Design
Concept."
This thought brings
to mind several fond
memories from childhood
and memories in the making
every day of my life.
I look at photos of family
and friends, all of us in
unity as we stare at the
camera with our brightest
smiles, yet if you look


closely there is variety.
Most of the time we play
the "who do you favor?"
game while looking at
the photos. We pick out
the similar characteristics
between relatives giving us
a feeling of being connected
to a person who might have
lived years before we did.
Close, but not the same.
It reminds me of the
snowflakes and how
different they are. While
they are falling in unity, it


appears to be a white curtain
of coldness.
But, if you take a handful
of flakes and place it under
the microscope, you will see
definite differences. I have
been told there are never
two of the same design.
There again, "Unity with
Variety."
When I was eight years
old, I took piano lessons
from Mrs. Evans. At the end
of the year she held a recital
at First Baptist Church for


her students.
Mama bought pink
organdy material and
created a "Cinderella dress"
for me to wear during
the performance. All the
participants were dressed
up for the occasion. We had
our recital piece memorized
from beginning to ending.
We all took our turn at
the piano. We wanted to
play the piece perfectly
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Airport Advisory Committee:
fourth Wednesday, 12 noon,
Perry-Foley Airport.
City Council: second and
fourth Tues., at 5:30 p.m.
County Commission: first
Mon. and third Tues. at 5:30 p.m.,
courthouse annex; workshop,
fourth Tues., 5 p.m.
Planning Board: first Thurs.,
6 p.m. Courthouse annex (old
post office).
Taylor County Construction
License Board Meeting: third
Fri., 2 p.m., courthouse annex.
Taylor County School Board:
first and third Tues., 6 p.m.
Taylor Coastal Water and
Sewer: fourth Tuesday at 18820
Beach Road, 5:30 p.m.
Taylor Soil & Water
Conservation District Board:
fourth Monday, 7 p.m., Foley
Airport terminal conference room.
Call 584-4329 for information.


Diabetes classes: every
Tuesday, 3 p.m., Doctors'
Memorial Hospital.
FAMU Alumni Chapter:
second Monday, 7 p.m., Jerkins
Community Center.
Friends of the Taylor County
Public Library: last Monday


of the month, 5:30 p.m., public
library.
Girl Scouts Service Unit: first
Tuesday, 7 p.m., Scout Hut.
Helping Hands of the Shelter:
secondTuesday, 6 p.m., Chamber
of Commerce.
Home Educators League of
Perry: Forest Capital Hall. Call
584-6866 or visit on-line htt:taylor.
ifas.ufl.edu.
Muskogee Creek Indian
Nation: second and fourth Sat.,
7 p.m. Tribal grounds, Lyman
Hendry Road.
Muskogee Creek Indian Tribe:
second Saturday, 3 p.m., Oak Hill
Village on Woods Creek Road.
National Wild Turkey
Federation (Yellow Pine
Drummers): holds open monthly
meeting on firstThursday, Golden
Corral, 7 p.m. Call 584-9185.
Parrot Heads in Perry-"dise"
Club: meets the second and
fourth Wednesday, 7 p.m. Call
843-1469 for location.
Pet adoptions: Taylor County
Animal Shelter, open Monday
hr.:.uglr Friday. Call 838-3525.
Republican Party of Taylor
County: second Thursday,
6 p.m., at Rigoni's Cookhouse
on Highway 19 North. Call 584-
5878.
Taylor Adult Program (TAP):
Thursday, 10 a.m., 502 N.
Center Street. 223-0393.


Taylor Coastal Communities
Association: second Tuesday,
6 p.m., at the district building on
Beach Road.
Taylor County Amateur Radio
Club: first Tuesday, 7 p.m.,
Perry-Foley Airport conference
room.
Taylor County Brotherhood:
meets on Mondays, 7 p.m., at New
Brooklyn; every third Saturday,
9 a.m., at Stewart Memorial.
Taylor County Brotherhood
Choir: meets every Thursday,
6 p.m., at Stewart Memorial.
Chamber of Commerce:
second Thurs., 8 a.m., chamber
board room.
Taylor County Development
Authority: second Mon., noon,
at Historic Perry Station.
Taylor County Historical
Society: third Mon., 7 p.m.
Historical Society building.
Society's museum is open every
Thursday, 1-5 p.m.
Taylor County Horseman's
Association Horse Show:
practice roping every Friday,
7 p.m.; second
Saturday, registration,
3 p.m.; ride, 4 p.m. Arena is
located on Bishop Blvd. Free
admission.
Taylor County Quilters:
Tuesday, 10 a.m. to noon, public
library.
Taylor County Reef Research
Team: second Tuesday, 7 p.m.,


Forest Capital Hall.
Taylor County Senior Center:
Executive Board of Directors
meeting, every third Thursday.
Taylor County United:
second Mon., 7 p.m.,' Evangel
Christian Fellowship (1454
Courtney Road).
Tourism Development
Council: second Thurs.,
12 noon, Chamber of Commerce.
Whole Child Taylor-Shared
Service Network: fourth Mon.,
9 a.m., Alton H. Wentworth
Administrative Complex.
Yarn Lovers Circle: first and
third Thursday, 9:30 a.m., Taylor
County Public Library.


AL-ANON: meets every
Thursday at noon, St. James
Episcopal Church.
Alcoholics Anonymous:
Monday, 7 p.m. and Thursday,
7 p.m. at the Serenity House,
1824 N. Jefferson St. Call 843-
3484.
Big Bend Hospice Advisory
Council: fourth Tuesday at
1 p.m., Big Bend Hospice office
(107 E. Green).
Celebrate Recovery: a non-
denominational, Christ-centered
recovery ministry meets
Thursday at 6 p.m., in the First
Baptist Church Youth Center (old
Citizens Bank building).


Narcotics Anonymous: Sun.,
Tues., Wed., Fri., 7 p.m.; Sat.,
12 noon Catholic Church of the
Immaculate Conception (Parish
Center), 2750 S. Byron Butler
Pkwy. For questions, call: (877)
340-5096.
Perry Winners Group of
Alcoholics Anonymous: Friday,
8 p.m.; Heritage House, 317 N.
Orange St.
The Way: (faith-based
12-step group for addicts
and alcoholics) Tuesday,
7:30 p.m., and Friday, 7 p.m.,
at the Serenity House, 1824 N.
Jefferson St. Call 672-0626.


AMVETS Post 10: third
Saturday, 9 a.m., at Golden
Corral Restaurant.
American Legion Post #291:
second Saturday, 10 a.m.
American Legion Post #96:
first Tues., 7 p.m., American
Legion Hall, Center St.
Sons of Confederate
Veterans: fourth Thursday at
North Orange Street. Call 584-
5725 or 838-2045.
VFW Post #9225: second
Tuesday, 7 p.m. (American Legion
building).
If you would like to add your group
or organization to the community
calendar free of charge, e-mail
newsdesk@perrynewspapers.com


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Taylor County United, Inc.
Community Yard Sale & Craft
Sale, Saturday, Sept. 8, 2012, at
the grounds of Evangel Christian
Fellowship Church. Space rental
$15 for a 15x15 space. Call 584-
5805 or 371-1653 for information
and reserve your space. Deadline
for sign-up is Aug. 28. All proceeds
go to help local needy children at
Christmas and to provide food for
local veterans that are struggling.
08/15- 08/17




For sale. Christmas queen size
comforter, red, blue, green.
Sheets, pillow cases, bed skirt,
shams. Santa Claus design-
reversible, like new, $48 cash only.
Call 584-5745.
8/15- 08/17

Wood working tools for sale. Delta
43-505 router shaper with stand,
some bits and owners manual,
$150. Craftsman 6 and 1/8"
jointer-planner with stand and
owners manual, $300. Both rarely
used, will sell pair for $400. Call
(850) 843-1615.
08/15- 08/17

Yamaha trumpet for sale with two
mouth pieces in hard case. Asking
$300, call 223-1005.

Spinet piano, nice tone. Needs
tuning and some cosmetic
touches, $300. Call 584-4455 and
leave message if no one answers
and we'll call you back.
08/10- 08/15

Appliances
Whirlpool Refrigerator $265
Washer Dryer Set $135 each
Call 584-2650 or 223-2644
08/10- 08/15

Cash for junk cars and trucks, free
removal. 7 days a week. Call (386)
658-1030 or (904) 887-8513.
08/10- 10/10

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Scrap
Metal and Junk
Cars
850-838-5865
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AKC reg. Chihuahuas, tri-colored
longcoat male, cream and white
female. Born May 30, 2012, pee
pad trained, micro chipped. Mom
weighs 3.9 and Daddy weighs 2.9,
they should be small. Comes with
toys, dog crate, health records
and AKC pedigree background
records. $475, call 584-9455.
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2008 Scotbilt 28x70 3/2
2005 Fleetwood 28x76 4/2
1996 Fleetwood 16x80 3/2
1997 Homes of Merit 28x60 4/2
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Christian woman seeking
alcohol/drug free female to rent
room in my home. Everything
furnished, $100 weekly. Call 295-
2045 or 672-4089. Male
Chihuahua $100.
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3BR/2BA, DW on 2 acre lot.
CH&A, stove, refrigerator. Robert
Aman Rd., $750 monthly. Call
578-2240 or 843-1802.
08/15- 08/24

2 bedroom, 1 bath MH. Off N.
Page Rd., 2.14 acres, private.
$500 monthly, first, last and
security. (727) 433-4514.
08/01 08/24

House for rent. 2BD/2BA, two
story with balcony. $500 monthly
plus security deposit. Call (850)
376-3092.
08/08 08/15


For rent. 3BR/2BA, available now
$550 monthly plus deposit. Also
have 1BR/1BA, $400 monthly,
plus deposit, fenced yard. Call
Sabra at 843-4863.
08/10- 08/17

3/BD, 2/BA, located off Puckett
Road on Oxford Street. $650
monthly and $300 deposit. Call
584-7094 for, application
information. Must have excellent
references.
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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
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Room for rent to Healthcare
Professional or Executive. Gated,
private entrance, covered parking,
cable, fridge, micro, free
washer/dryer, screened porch,
workout area, hot tub, kitchen
privileges, birthday and party
room available. $7Q5 monthly,
672-0359 for more info.
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Very clean 2BR/2BA mobile home
situated on nice, shady lot with
large screened porch, screened
patio, covered porch entrance.
$650 monthly, includes, stove,
refrigerator, dishwasher, washer
and hookup for dryer. Property
located at 2789 Johnson Stripling
Rd. Deposit required with
references. Please call 838-5716.
08/03 08/29

Camper trailer for rent. Private
country living near Buckeye. Water
and electric included, no larger
dogs. $90 weekly, call 295-2045 or
672-4089.
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3 bedroom, 2 bath, brick home
with fireplace, screened porch,
fenced back yard, close to
schools. $800 monthly plus $800
security deposit. Call 371-4793.
08/01 08/24

Woodridge Apartnients
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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Westgate Rooms available for
rent. refrigerator, microwave, TV
w/cable, AC/Heater. Everything
included. $175- $240 weekly, $40
daily, $595-$635 per month.
RV sites $20 daily, $100 weekly,
$350 monthly. Tax included. 1627
S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 850-299-
6554.
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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.
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Beautiful fully furnished and newly
remodeled 1 bedroom, 1 bath
apartment. Fenced patio, family
room, kitchen with dining room.
Includes cable, electric, water and
garbage. $240 weekly, $950
monthly and $50 deposit. Call
(305) 970-1653.
LS,tfn

Taking applications for 2 BD/2
Bath home located in Everetts
Mobile Home Park. Includes
water, sewer and garbage, $480
monthly, $300 deposit.
References required, apply in
person at Perry Repo Outlet, Ms.
Betty 584-7094.
EMHP
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900 sq. ft. office spaces. 1,000 S.
Jefferson St. One office is divided
into 3 sub offices and the other
office is open space. Call 850-
371-1568.
07/20 08/31

2 bedroom, 2 bath, double wide
with some recent renovations.
Nice country setting 5 minutes
north of Perry. No pets, no
smokers. Call 838-5338.
08/08- 08/31, AR

BEST BARGAIN EVER!
You set the price. That's right. Just
tell me how much you want to pay
for choice office space in
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Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included for monthly
$595 (required $45 deposit),
$175-$240 weekly or $40 daily
(tax included). 317 N. Byron Butler
Pkwy. (305) 970-1653.
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Land for Sale, 221 North between
Shiloh Church Rd. and Cairo
Parker Rd. 1 acre lots with paved
roads. Owner financing available.
Please call (386) 658-1346 or
(850) 584-7466.
EF, tfn




For sale. 2003 Lincoln Signature,
very good condition. For further
information call 584-2883.
06/13- 08/10 CC, tfn




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Taylor Correctional Institution is
now hiring certified and trainee
correctional officers. Applications
may be submitted now until
August 31, 2012.
HOW TO APPLY To apply for a
correctional officer position, you
must: Submit a State of Florida
Application online at:
peoplefirst.myflorida.com
(Requisition # 70009907). Contact
Sgt. Dina Partin at Taylor Cl
Recruitment Office with any
questions or concerns. Provide an
email address on your application
that you monitor on a regular
basis.
Applicants must be at least 19
years of age with high school
diploma or equivalent, willing to
take a drug and physical exam
and possess a Valid Driver's
License.
Applicants must pass a
background investigation, which
includes after July 1, 1981 no
felony convictions or a
misdemeanor involving perjury or
false statement, nor have received
dishonorable discharge from any
of the Armed Forces of the United
States. In addition, a
misdemeanor conviction of
domestic violence prohibits
employment.
The Department is an Equal
Opportunity Employer. If you
require an accommodation to
participate in the application
selection process, please contact
the hiring authority or personnel
office in advance. Certain
veterans and spouses of veterans
receive preference in employment
by the state as provided by
Chapter 295, Florida Statutes,
and are encouraged to apply.
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ANYTHING ELSE OF VALUE


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Applications and job description
can be obtained from
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MOBILE CAREER LAB at Perry
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parking lot) on Tuesdays,
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Domino's Pizza now hiring drivers.
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.store.
08/01 08/17

Now Hiring Store Manager
We currently have opportunities
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requires management experience.
Qualified candidates must have
excellent customer service and
employee relations skills. The
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Fax Resume to 850-973-2116
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No job too small. Give me a call
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hauling and any other projects.
Free estimates. Call Mike at (850)
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
Taylor County Commissioners the
holder of the following
certificate has filed said
certificate for a tax deed to be
issued thereon. The certificate
number, year of issuance,
description of the property, and
the names in which the property
was assessed are as follows:
Certificate Number 488
Year of Issuance 2008
Description of Property:
Parcel Number R04967-000
The North half (1/2) of Lots one
(1) & two (2), of Block 15 of the
A.B. McRae Addition as
recorded in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Taylor County, Florida. Recorded
in official records 580, page 568.
Name in which assessed Central
Florida Land Bank, LLC.
Said property being in the
County of Taylor, State of Florida.
Unless such certificate shall be
redeemed according to law, the
property described shall be sold
to the highest bidder at the
courthouse door on the 27th day
of August, 2012 at 11:00 o'clock
a.m.
Dated this 23rd day of July, 2012
Signature: Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
Taylor County Commissioners the
holder of the following
certificate has filed said
certificate for a tax deed to be
issued thereon. The certificate
number, year of issuance,
description of the property, and
the names in which the property
was assessed are as follows:
Certificate Number 571
Year of Issuance 2008
Description of Property R05387-
000
Lot 14 of Block one (1), Jerkins
Heights, Section 26, Township 4
South Range 7 East, located in
Taylor County, Florida. Recorded
in official records 142, page 39.
Name in which assessed Essie
Mae Henderson
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 27th day
of August, 2012 at 11:00 o'clock
a.m.
Dated this 23rd day of July, 2012
Signature: Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
Taylor County Commissioners the
holder of the following
certificate has filed said
certificate for a tax deed to be
issued thereon. The certificate
number, year of issuance,
description of the property, and
the names in which the property
was assessed are as follows.
Certificate Number 244
Year of Issuance 2008
Description of property:
Parcel Number R02431-000
Commence at the Southwest
corner of the Southeast 1/4 of
Southeast 1/4 of Section 12,
Township 4 South, Range 7 East
for a Point of Beginning; thence
Run North 208 feet; thence run
East 104 feet; thence run South
208 feet; thence run West 104
feet back to the Point of
Beginning. Containing .50 acre,
More or less. Recorded in official
record 322, page 747.
Name in which assessed June M
Padgett
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 27th day
of August, 2012 at 11:00 o'clock
a.m.
Dated the 23rd day of July, 2012
Signature: Anrie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor Couty, Florida

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
Taylor County Commissioners the
holder of the following
certificate has filed said
certificate for a tax deed to be
issued thereon, The certificate
number, year of issuance,
description of the property, and
the names in which the property
was assessed are as follows:
Certificate Number 508
Year of Issuance 2008
Description of Property:















Parcel Number R05046-002
Commencing at the Southwest
corner of the Southeast 1/4 of
Southwest 1/4 of section 26,
Township 4 South, Range 7 East;
Run North along West Boundary
of said lands 313 feet; run East
parallel to South boundary of
said lands 140 feet for a Point of
Beginning; run East 140 feet, run
South 125 feet, run West 61 feet,
run North 47 feet, run West 79
feet, run West 78 feet to the Point
of Beginning. Containing .31
acres more or less. Recorded in
the official records 587, page
805.
Name in which assessed Amina
Ellams 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 of the 27th day
of August, 2012 at 11:00 o'clock
a.m.
Dated this 23rd day of July, 2012
Signature: Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED
NOTICE TO HEREBY GIVEN, that
Taylor County Commissioners the
holder of the following certificate
has filed said certificate for a tax
deed to be issue thereon. The
certificate number, year of
issuance, description of the
property, and the names in
which the property was assessed
are as follows:
Certificate Number 612
Year of Issuance 2008
Description of Property:
Parcel Number R05703-130
Commence at the Northwest
corner of the Southeast 1/4 of
the Northwest 1/4 of Section 34,
Township 4 South, Range 7 East;
thence run south 89D 41 M 29S
East, 1357.16 feet for a Point of
Beginning; thence run South 89D
41M 29S East, 194.83 feet; thence
run South 07D 27M 44S East,
388.30 feet; thence run South
89D 56M 49S West, 225,84 feet;
thence run North 07D 27M 44S
West, 389.74 feet; thence run
South 89D 41M 29S East, 31.19
feet to the Point of Beginning,
Containing 2.00 acres more or
less, together with and subject to
a 60 foot easement. Record in
the official records 424, page 44.
This property is beginning
assessed with a 1982 double
wide mobile home, VIN #
COSGASC012292A &
COSGASCO12292B, Title #
21934899 & 21934900.
Name in which assessed James T.
& Carol Davis
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 27h day
of August, 2012 at 11:00 o'clock
a.m, Dated the 23rd day of July,
2012
Signature: Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Case No. 12-316-CP
IN RE: ESTATE OF IRIS MUREL
JACKSON


Probate Division, the address of
which is 108 N. Jefferson St., Perry,
FL 32347. The estate is testate
and the date of the decedent's
Will and any Codicils is April 18,
2007. The names and addresses
of the personal representative
and the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's
estate, including unmatured,
contingent or unliquidated
claims, on whom a copy of this
notice is served must file their
claims with this court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contingent
or unliquidated claims, must file
their claims with this court WITHIN
3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE,
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
Notice is August 8, 2012.
Attorney for Personal
Representative
ALLEN W. LINDSAY, JR. ESQUIRE
Lindsay & Andrews, P.A.
5218 Willing Street
Milton, Florida 32570
(850) 623-3200
Florida Bar No. 104956
Personal Representative
JOSEPH SHANNIS JACKSON
5812 WINDHAM RD
MILTON, FL 32570


NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate
of Victoria Smith, Case No. 12-
462CP filed In the Circuit Court of
the Third Judicial Circuit, In and
For Taylor County, Florida, Taylor
County Courthouse, P.O. Box 620,
Perry, Florida, 32348; Personal
Representative Glenn Smith, 4533
Fortner Circle, Perry, Florida
32347. Attorney for the Personal
Representative is William W. Blue,
BILL BLUE ATTORNEY AT LAW, P.A.,
115 W. Bay Street, Perry, Florida
32347. ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT: All persons
upon whom this notice is served
who have objections that
challenge the qualifications of
the personal representative,
venue or jurisdiction of this Court
are required to file their
objections with this Court, and all
creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this
notice is served must file claims
against the estate with the
above court WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All
other creditors of the decedent
and persons having claims or
demands against the decedent's
estate must file their claims with
this court WITHIN THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL
CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED. The first
date of publication of this notice
is August 8, 2012.


CASE NO.: 12-165-CA
CENTERSTATE BANK OF FLORIDA,
N.A.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOSEPH A. DRAPAL, CYNTHIA S.
DRAPAL, FRANK DALE
DRAPAL, AND JACQUE LANDEN
DRAPAL,
Defendants,

NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO
CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to the Final Judgment
dated August 9, 2012, and
entered in Civil Action Case No.:
12-165-CA of the Circuit Court of
the Twentieth Judicial Circuit in
and for Hendry County, Florida, in
which the Clerk of this Court will
sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash, at the Hendry
County Courthouse, 25 East
Hickpochee Avenue, Labelle, FL
33935, at 11:00 AM. on the 12
day of September, 2012, the
following described property as
set forth in the Final Judgment, to
wit:
Parcel 1:
Lots 8, 9, 10, and 11, Block 55 of
LaBelle Highlands, according to
the plat thereof, recorded in Plat
Book 1, Page 30, Public Records
of Hendry County, Florida.
Hendry County Parcel
Identification No,: 2-29-43-01-010-
0055-004,0
AND
Parcel 2:
Lot 18, Block "S", DEERWOOD AT
THE BEACHES, according to the
map or plat thereof as recorded
in Plat Book 1, Page(s) 173, Public
Records of Taylor County, Florida.
Taylor County Parcel
Identification No.: 06644-518
Any person claiming an interest
in the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than the property owner as
of the date of the Lis Pendens,
must file a claim within 60 days
after the sale,
DATED this, the 9 day of August,
2012.
THE HONORABLE BARBARA S.
BULTER
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ J. Bevis
Deputy Clerk
Attorney for Plaintiff:
Christopher G. Cudebec, Esq.
McGahee & Perez, PL
Florida Bar No.: 085806
417 West Sugarland Hwy.
Clewiston, FL 33440
Phone: (863) 983-1677
Fax: (863) 983-1973
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS DISABILITIES ACT, if
you are a person with a disability
who needs accommodations in
order to participate in this
proceeding, you are entitled, at
no cost to you, to the provision of
certain assistance. Please
contact Sheila Mann, Court
Operations Manager, whose
office is located at the Lee
County Justice Center, 1700
Monroe Street, Fort Myers,.Florida
33901, whose telephone number
is (239) 533-1700, within two
working days of your receipt of
this Notice of Sale; if you are
hearing or voice impair, call 711.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 62-2012-CA-000140
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.
Plaintiff,


vs.
JANETTE RAYMOND-TORGBEDE
A/K/A


Deceased JANETTE RAYMOND TORGBEDE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS A/K/A
The administration of the estate IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE JANETTE R. TORGBEDE A/K/A
of IRIS MUREL JACKSON, TWENTIETH JUDICIAL JANETTE R.
deceased, File Number 12-316- CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HENDRY RAYMOND TORGBEDE; BOB
CP, is pending in the Circuit Court COUNTY, FLORIDA TORGBEDE
for Taylor County, Florida, CIVIL ACTION A/K/A BOB K. TORGBEDE;


UNKNOWN
TENANT I; UNKNOWN TENANT II,
and any
unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors, and
other unknown persons or
unknown spouses
claiming by, through and under
any of the above-
named Defendants,
Defendants.
/
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that the
undersigned Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Taylor County, Florida,
will on the 18th day of
September, 2012, at 11:00 A.M. at
the Taylor County Courthouse,
108 N. Jefferson Street, in Perry,
Florida 32347, offer for sale and
sell at public outcry to the
highest and best bidder for cash,
the following-described property
situate in Taylor County, Florida:
LOT 83, AND 84, WILDER CREEK
SUBDIVISION, ACCORDING TO
THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1,
PAGE 148, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA,
pursuant to the Final Judgment
entered in a case pending In
said Court, the style of which is
indicated above.
Any person or entity claiming an
interest in the surplus, if any,
resulting from the foreclosure
sale, other than the property
owner as of the date of the Lis
Pendens, must file a claim on
same with the Clerk of Court
within 60 days after the
foreclosure sale.
WITNESS my hand and official
seal of said Court this 8 day of
August, 2012.
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities Act,
persons with disabilities needing
a special accommodation to
participate in this proceeding
should contact Court
Administration at 108 N. Jefferson
Street, Perry, Florida 32347,
telephone (850) 838-3506, not
later than seven (7) days prior to
the proceeding. If hearing
impaired, (TDD) 1-800-955-8771,
or Voice (V) 1-800-955-8770, via
Florida Relay Service.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Marti Lee DC
Deputy Clerk
Publish In: Perry Newspaper Inc.
BILL:
DefaultLink, Inc.
Attn: Publication Department
330 North Andrews Ave., #102
Ft, Lauderdale, FL 33301
(972) 239- 3777
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
Mark A. Buckles, Esquire
Butler & Hosch, P.A.
3185 S. Conway Rd., Ste. E
Orlando, Florida 32812
(407) 381-5200


Notice is hereby given:
CODY JACOBS
Last known address of:
2265 Pisgah Rd
Perry, Florida 32347
CHRISTOPHER ARCHER
Last known address of:
502 E Bacon St
Perry, Florida 32348
You are hereby notified that your
eligibility to vote is in question.
You are required to contact the
Supervisor of Elections, in Perry,
Florida, no later than thirty (30)
days after the date of this
publishing. Failure to respond will
result in a determination of
ineligibility by the Supervisor and
your name will be removed from
the statewide voter registration
system,
Published one time in the Perry
Newspaper
Dana Southerlarid


A-11 Taco T





Taylor County Supervisor of
Elections
P Box 1060
Perry, Florida 32348


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 12-243-CA
CAPITAL CITY BANK,
Plaintiff,
v.
ESTATE OF LEE E. PECK,
Defendant.
/

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that
ANNIE MAE MURPHY, Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Taylor County,
Florida, will on the 4th day of
SEPTEMBER, 2012, at 11:00 a.m. at
the Taylor County Courthouse in
Perry, Florida, offer for sale and
sell at public outcry to the.
highest and best bidder for cash,
the following described property
situated in Taylor County, Florida,
to-wit;
Parcel I.D. #10-07-07-06578-267
LOT 267, BLOCK C, LEISURE
RETREATS SUBDIVISION, UNIT 3, AS
THE SAME APPEARS OF RECORD
IN PLAT BOOK 1, AT PAGE 129 OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF TAYLOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA
TOGETHER WITH:
2001 Fleetwood Double-wide
Mobile Home
VIN#GAFLY35A17721HH21 /
GAFLY35817721HH21
pursuant to the Final Judgment
of Foreclosure entered in a case
pending in said Court, the style of
which is as set out above, and
the docket number of which is
12-243-CA. Any person claiming
an interest in the surplus from the
sale, if any, other than the
property owner as of the date of
the lis pendens must file a claim
within sixty (60) days after the
sale.
WITNESS my hand and the official
seal of said Court, this 6th day of
August, 2012.
ANNIE MAE MURPHY
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida
By: Marti Lee
Deputy Clerk


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Perry Foley Airport
In accordance with Taylor
County Board of County
Commissioners policies and
procedures, Florida Statute
287,055 (Consultants
Competitive Negotiation Act)
and FAA Advisory Circular
150/5100-14D, the Taylor County
Board of County Commissioners
invites the submission of
Statements of Qualifications from
all interested and qualified
professional aviation consulting
firms with demonstrated
expertise in Airport General
Consulting Services for
anticipated projects at the Perry
Foley Airport. Projects may
include but are not limited to the
planning and/or design of the
following: airfield pavement
improvements and rehabilitation,
airfield lighting improvements,
aircraft hangars, utility systems,
airport master plans, surveying,
airspace studies, stormwater
design and permitting, utility
infrastructure, building
improvements, fences, fuel
storage facilities, and airport
industrial parks.
A copy of the detailed Request
for Qualifications and instructions
for submittal may be obtained
from Taylor County at


times August 15, 2012





www.taylorcountygov.com, or
by contacting Melody Cox at
850-838-3553 or
melody.cox@taylorcountygov.c
om beginning on August 8, 2012.
Ten (10) copies of the Statement
of Qualifications must be
submitted by mail or hand
delivered to the Taylor County
Clerk of Courts at 108 N. Jefferson
Street (P.O. Box 620), Perry,
Florida 32347. Submittals must be
received no later than 4:00 p.m.
EDT (local time) on Tuesday,
September 18, 2012. Submittals
shall be sealed and clearly
marked on the outside Airport
General Consulting Services at
Perry Foley Airport. Statements
received after the closing time
will be returned unopened. The
-bids shall be opened at 6:10
p.m. local time on September 18,
2012 in the Taylor County Board
of Commissioners regularly
scheduled Board meeting to be
held at 201 E. Green Street, Perry,
FL 32347.
Questions regarding this RFQ
should be addressed in writing at
least ten days prior to the
specified submittal date to:
Ms. Melody Cox
County Grants Administrator
Taylor County
201 E. Green Street, Perry, FL
32347
Melody.cox@taylorcountygov.c
om
(850) 838-3553
A Consultant Selection
Committee will be established to
review and evaluate all
qualification statements
submitted. A firm may be
selected from the qualifications
statements, or if deemed
necessary, up to four firms will be
invited to make a formal
presentation to the Airport
Advisory Committee and/or the
Taylor County Board of
Commissioners. The format and
date of the presentation will be
established at the time of short-
listing, if undertaken.
The County recognizes fair and
open competition as a basic
tenet of public procurement,
Respondents doing business with
the County are prohibited from
discriminating on the basis of
race, color, creed, national
origin, handicap, age or sex. The
County encourages
Disadvantaged, Minority, and
Women-Owned Business
Enterprises to participate in its
RFQ process.

Taylor County reserves the right
to waive any informalities or
irregularities and to accept or
reject any and all submittals with
or without cause. The County
intends to accept the proposal
that, in its sole judgment,
represents the best interests of
the County.


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At the Booking Desk


Editor's Note: It is the policy
of this newspaper to run the
names of all those arrested and
booked at the Taylor County
Jail. All those listed below have
been charged with a crime, but
are considered innocent until
proven guilty.
May 15:
Benjamin Davis, 43, 1519
Camel Street, retail theft, Ptl.
Murphy, PPD.
Robert Land, 22, Live Oak,
VOP ,pelil iheh), Deputy Shaw,
TCSO.
Deangelo R. Robinson, 22,
San Mateo, VOP (burglary of
a dwelling grand theft), Officer
Basch, TCSO.
May 16:
Rose Juday, 30, 406 W.
Cherry Street, trespass after
warning, possession of drug
paraphernalia, Sgt. Gray, PPD.
Dennis Moody, 49, Barney,
Ga., carriage of illegal net,
hovering with illegal net, Officer
Bembry, FWC.
John Daniel McLeod, 46,
Morven, Ga., carriage of illegal
net, hovering with illegal net,
reckless operation of vessel,
no HIN# displayed on vessel,
Officer Wilcox, FWC.
Willie Gene Nash, 39, 905 W.
Willow Street, bond revocation,
Ptl. Murphy, PPD.
Dennis Dailey, 20, 2381
Woods Creek Road, burglary,.
criminal mischief, Deputy
Hershberger, TCSO.
Richard Twons, 28, 304 E.
Drew Street, resisting without
violence, possession of
controlled substance, battery,
Ptl. Murphy, PPD.


May 17:
Jared Wayne Williams, 23,
Tampa, VOP (false report
to law enforcement officer),
Deputy Lundy, TCSO.
'liitri.s Smith, 20, 104
El Dorado Drive, battery, no
officer given.
Andrew Townsend, 26, 6360
Highway 19 South Lot 4, VOP
(possession of cocaine), Inv.
Hayden, TCSO.
Djuan Lewis Whetsel, 23,
6460 Harrison Blue Road,
battery, Sgt. Gibson, TCSO.
Sheldon Russell Woods, 56,
413 Quail Street, battery, Ptl.
Campbell, PPD.
Justin R. Campbell, 22,
Chiefland, DWLS, no motor
vehicle registration, Deputy
Cash, TCSO.
May 18:
Franklin Adkins, 23, 1752
Dulin Lane, VOP (felony
battery), Deputy Tompkins,
TCSO.
Christine Morgan, 47,
Steinhatchee, VOP (trespass
after warning, disorderly
intoxication), Deputy Ricketson,
TCSO.
Darrian Abercrombie, 19,
1409 S. Parker, VOP (controlled
substance, felony battery),
Deputy McKenzie, TCSO.
Crusabto Ayala, 46, 1923
Taylor Drive, lewd/lascivious
molestation of child under 12,
Ptl. Hightower, PPD.
Michael Upshaw, Jr., 25,
1511 S. Roberson Street, VOP
(carrying concealed weapon),
Deputy Hooker, TCSO.
Jeffery Benton, 25, 5015
Carol Sadler Lane, FTA


(trespass after warning), Ptl.
Hernandez, PPD.
May 19:
Angel Christina Mauldin,
30, 1924 Pisgah Road, DUI,
possession of drugs without
prescription, leaving the scene,
Ptl. Cephus, PPD.
Vincent Charo, 53,
Greenville, VOP (possession of
cocaine, drug paraphernalia),
Deputy Tompkins, TCSO.
John H. Compton, 63, 2091
Kinsey Road, VOP (controlled
substance), Depuy Tompkins,
TCSO.
May 20:
John Leslie Hart, 43, 619
West Wilcox Street, battery,
criminal mischief, disorderly
intoxication, Ptl. Griffin, PPD.
Leon Smith, 32,910 E.Green
Street, DWLS (knowingly), Ptl.
Hernandez, PPD.
John Hayden, 31, 4926
Oxford Street, battery, Ptl.
Cephus, PPD.
Patrick Roland Horton,
35, 4394 Lyman Hendry
Road, battery, Deputy Hooker,
TCSO.
May 21:
Jeanne Allison Arcularius,
33, 5451 U.S. Highway 19
South, Apt. 5, VOP (petit theft),
Deputy McKenzie, TCSO.
Angela Carlton, 32, Panama
City, dealing in stolen property,
Ptl. Geyer, PPD.
May 22:
Julius Bernard Thomas, 50,
123 Buffalo Drive, FTA warrant,
Deputy Woods, TCSO.
James Sadler, 26, 3831 Ma
Dixon Road, retail theft, Ptl.
Bass, PPD.


Now you see them...
Political signs sprang up in abundance Tuesday along roadways within
shouting distances of voting precincts throughout the county. Some 1,131
voters took advantage of early voting offered last week while thousands
of others went to the polls Tuesday to cast votes in the Primary Election.


DMH to host blood drive


Thursday starting at 10


The Southeastern
Community Blood Center's
Bloodmobile will be in the
Doctors' Memorial Hospital
parking lot Thursday, Aug.
16, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Walk-ins are welcome,
but appointments can be
made by contacting Jamie


Rouse at 584-0889. entered, with a name drawn
Those who donate will each week of the 23-week
receive a beach tote and promotion.
will also be entered to At the end, the 23
win a 2013 Honda Civic, finalists will be invited to
donated by Flowers Honda the dealership and given a
in Thomasville, Ga. key, with one starting the
Donors who give blood car and announcing the
through Dec. 8 will be winner.


Memories of marching band bring Dean Mann to mind...


LET'S TALK
Continued from page 8
make our parents and Mrs.
Evans proud of us. The
beautiful sounds filling
the church sanctuary were
in unity but it showed the
variety of our talents by the
style of music chosen for us
to play. It was a milestone in
my life. In fact, I can play
the piece with perfection to
this present day.
Of course being a child of
the Taylor County beaches.
there was barely a week that
went by when we weren't


fishing. Whether standing
by the creeks or in the boat
out on the Gulf, we caught a
variety of fish.
I smile often at the
memory of Daddy holding
up a string of fish that would
soon be unified in the frying
pan.
The sight of children
with their hand on their
heart as they recite the
Pledge of Allegiance is one
of the greatest examples
of unity with variety. It
is such an integral part of
my upbringing. No matter
where I am, I stand with


them, place my hand over
my heart and recite the
pledge.
Another great memory
is when my brother Ted
played saxophone in the
high school band.
Dressed in the blue and
orange of the school colors
he marched side-by-side
with fellow students in
parades down Main Street
in Perry.
They marched with
precision in unity, thanks to
their excellent band director,
Mr. Dean Mann. The sound
coming from the variety


of instruments blended
to produce an awesome
melody that had the parade
watchers clapping their
hands and tapping their feet
in time to the music. As I
said, it was a clear case of
"Unity with Variety."
Our Praise Team is in the
process of recording our first
CD. It is a journey of starts
and stops as we record, mix,
play back and redo.
I have dreams about
watching the producer from
my position at the keyboard
as he counts down and
points his finger toward


me giving me the signal to
begin playing. With three
guitars, drums, keyboard
and five singers needing to
start in unity, we miss the
signal sometimes and the
sound is more on the variety
side than the unity side.
That's when silent prayer
is sent toward heaven and
we try again.
The sound produced by
10 individuals is one of
unified variety bringing
honor to God who gave us
the talent.
Another wonderful
example is my lily


flowerbed. It is a diamond
shaped bed of perhaps 16"
x 8".
It is a hodgepodge of lilies
in a variety of colors. When
they bloom in unity the sight
is breathtaking. The variety
is still there, but the unity is
glorious to behold.
God gave us variety as
humans. It makes us who
we are.
But, He also gives us
unity to achieve goals, to
produce beautiful sounds,
to share the wonder of our
world. It's the way God
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for a successful school year


A message from the Superintendent of Schools


Schools will host orientations this week across the district. For dates and
times of school open houses, please see page 2.


Parents are reminded


of dress code changes


This summer, the Taylor
County School Board
approved a series of changes
to the student standard of
dress for the 2012-13 school
year, tightening a number
of provisions including the
type of t-shirts students can
wear as well as more closely
defining the allowable
colors.
For t-shirts, they must
now be crew-neck shirts
with no v-neck or scoop-
neck t-shirts allowed.
Last school year, students
were able to wear clothes
in white, blue or orange,
but moving foTward, those
colors are defined as white,


"Bulldog orange" and
"Bulldog blue," with the
former described as a royal
blue.
The changes also include:
Defining "plain" as: "free
from design or detail; no
burnouts, see through, lace
or any revealing material."
Explaining the type of
material for pants/skirts/
walking shorts/skorts. For
girls: "A solid colored skirt,
pants, walking shorts or
skorts of cotton or twill
fabric, of the color of khaki,
blue, or black or of denim
fabric of the color blue or
black. (Dresses may be
worn but must be solid


color with short or long
sleeves and follow the other
requirements.)"
For boys: "Plain solid
color pants or walking shorts
of cotton or twill fabric of
the color khaki, blue or black
or denim fabric in blue or
black."
Punishments for third
and fourth offense were
added.


Each school year, along
with our principals, I am
honored to welcome our
students, teachers and
families to another year
in our Taylor County
schools. On the first day,
our students will be greeted
by professional, dedicated
principals, teachers and
staff. But, a successful
school year requires
supportive parents, family
and community.
This is the beginning of
the 2012-2013 school year.
The 2012 represents the
start of the year and the
2013 represents the end of
the year. The important
part of the designation of
2012-2013 school year is
not the 2012 or the 2013,
but the dash between the
years. This represents the
180 days of the school year.
It represents the time that
the students have to master
and become proficient in
the skills and knowledge to
become successful on the
state's FCAT assessment
and end-of-course exams.
Each and every day of
school, attendance is
important for student
success. You should review
the attendance policy
provided by your child's
school.
Parents, I encourage
you to have your child's
immunizations complete.
Remember for school


attendance in Florida, there
are required immunizations
at the start of kindergarten
and seventh grade.
The Taylor County
School District has a policy
on cell phones, pagers,
text-messaging devices,
electronic games and other
devices used at school.

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Remind your student about
Sthe policy.
Florida Statute 1006.07
requires school boards
to include provisions on
student dress and style
of clothing and provides
sanctions for violators.
The Taylor County School
District "Standard of Dress"
meets the requirements
of the law by addressing
the responsibilities of
each student with regard
to appropriate dress,
respect for self and others,
and the role that this has
on an orderly learning


environment. Please
review the dress code with
your children to ensure
compliance.
A book that was just
released in paperback by
Peg Tyre is entitled, "The
Good School: How Smart
Parents Get Their Kids the
Education They Deserve,"
and has four points I would
like to share.
1. Make contact with
teachers by week 3. The
goal is to open up the lines
of communication between
the most influential adults
in your child's life.
2. Check that your child is
reading at grade level. Look
to see whether your child
is scoring at "proficiency"
or above on the statewide
test. Ask the teacher: What
skills does my child need to
master to get to grade level?
3. Analyze test scores.
The high-stakes test scores
matter.
4. Be part of the learning
community. Make a
commitment to attend
school meetings, parent
conferences, open house.
This is important at all
grade levels.
The National PTA
has a website I strongly
encourage all of our parents
to visit. The website is
http://pta.org. The State
of Florida is one of the 47
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Perry Primary School,
which teaches kindergarten
through second grade, is
ready for the 2012-13 school
year, which will feature the
return of music classes as
well as a designated block
of science instruction for
each grade level.
According to Principal
Pam Padgett, PPS will
have full implementation
of Common Core State
Standards for reading/
language arts and
mathematics K-2.


"All classrooms are
equipped with 21st century
technology, which includes
smart-boards and classroom
computers," she added.
"We've added a third
computer lab which will
be utilized for progress
monitoring assessments
and targeted instruction for
students."
In addition to Padgett,
the school's administration
includes Assistant Principal
Angie Roberts, Dean/
Resource Teacher Anne


Secock and Parent Liaison
Shanna Lago.
"Perry Primary has a
Parent Resource Center
on campus," Padgett said.
"Parents have access to
computers and assistance in
checking their child grades
and attendance using our
new FOCUS system.
"Perry Primary School
staff would like to welcome
our parents and community
partners to. come visit and
take a tour around our
campus.


Taylor County Middle School


Taylor County Elementary


At Taylor County
Elementary School, one of
the highlights of the coming
school year is the return of
the music program.
"Students will be able
to enjoy music one day
per week and during lunch
time," Principal Shelly
Strickland said.
The school will also be
continuing PE times per
week with small group
classroom instruction for


Steinhatchee School
Principal Sandy Hendry says
her school is excited about
the 2012-13 school year.
"We will be welcoming
several new teachers and
introducing new programs to
our school," she said.
In addition to ramping
up its academic program
to include Algebra I,


two days.
A new computer lab has
been added, which gives
the school three labs for
students to utilize.
"Homework will be
more rigorous, but should
reflect skills that are being
taught in your grade level
curriculum," Strickland
said.
She reminds parents
of TCES's calendar for
the 2012-13 year, which


comprehending complex
text and implementing
the Common Core State
Standards, the school is
adding a drama and theatre
class.
"This will be an enriching
opportunity for our students
to explore music and art
along with their academic
endeavors," Hendry said.


includes: the Title I Annual
Meeting/Open House on
Aug. 30, Grand Friend Day
(eat lunch with a special
kid) on Sept. 7, Fall Festival
on Sept. 28, Writing Fair on
Dec. 13 and Science Fair on
May 16.
"Parent conference nights
during the year will give
parents that work a chance
to meet with teachers after
school hours," Strickland
said.


The school is also adding
a flag football to its athletic
program.
"This will be another
opportunity for our students
to be involved in an after-
school activity," Hendry
said. "Please feel free to
contact the school if you
have any questions. Go
Stingrays!"


Taylor Technical Institute


Taylor Technical Institute
serves Taylor County
students and adults, as well
as those seeking technical
training from across the
region, with graduates
working around the United
States.
Speaking of his students,
Vocational Coordinator Jim
Brannan said, "They have
a realistic expectation to
leave here and get a job."
He points out that to
remain accredited by the
Council of Occupational
Education, the school must
meet benchmarks both in
course completion and job
placement.
Among the changes
for this school year is a
"renovation" of the business
program with the addition
of a PC support course.
Brannan said that with the
conversion from hard copy
to digital medical records,
there is a growing field for
IT personnel in the medical


industry.
The Nursing Assistant
Articulation Program is also
being revamped with hopes
to get it up and running this
year.
The new program will
be "condensed, intense and
focused," Brannan said.
TTI is also working with
is sponsor school, Suwannee
Hamilton Technical Center,
on its LPN program, which
has been delayed due to
recent changes in its craft
committee.
A new program this year
being offered to secondary
students is a drafting course,
and Brannan said they will
be working to determine if
there is demand for an adult
program.
Although it still in the
early discussion phase,
Brannan said TTI is
examining the possibility
of expanding its welding
program to Madison County
High School.


"I'd like to serve students
in Madison like we serve
students in Taylor County."
For more information
about the programs
offered at TTI, visit www.
taylortech.org.


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Taylor County Middle
School hopes to build on its
district-leading "B" grade
in the 2012-13 school year
with an expansion of its
algebra program and the
addition of a drafting class
for eighth graders.
Last year was the first
year the State of Florida


required an end-of-course
(EOC) exam for those eighth
graders taking Alegbra I.
At TCMS, 50 students
took Algebra I this past
school year with all 50
scoring a passing grade of
three or better.
According to Principal
Kiki Puhl, the school is


increasing the number
of Alegbra I and Pre-
Algebra classes offered in
2012-13.
Additionally, eighth
graders will have the
opportunity to take a
drafting course as well as
an introduction of careers
program.


Taylor County High School


One of the biggest
changes Taylor County
High School students will
see in the 2012-13 school
year is that they will now be
on a seven-class schedule
rather than six classes.
The change was made
in response to the ever-
increasing requirements
for graduation mandated
by the state, including end-
of-course exams for certain


subjects which must be
passed to earn credit for the
class.
Principal Michael
Thompson explained that
students must earn 24 credits
to graduate, with students
attending 24 courses under
a six-class schedule.
This leaves no margin for
error for students to retake
a class and still graduate on
time, he continued.


Beginning with this
year's freshman class,
students must take Algebra
II to graduate.
Outside of core classes,
the Taylor County School
Board this summer
approved a new drafting
teacher position, which is
expected to oversee two
classes at TCHS and one
class at Taylor County
Middle School.


TCHS students can pick up


schedules, parkingpermits


Taylor County High
School students can pick
up their class schedules
for the 2012-13 school
year during the following
times:
Seniors were able to
pick up their schedules
Tuesday, Aug. 14;
Juniors, Aug. 15,
9 a.m. to 12 noon in
Guidance;


Sophomores, Aug.
16, 9 a.m. to 12 noon in
Guidance;
Freshman, Aug.
17, during orientation
from 1-3 p.m. in home
rooms (which will be
posted).
High school students
will be on a seven-class
schedule rather than six
classes, which had been


the schedule for the past
several years.
Seniors were able
purchase their reserved
parking spaces on
Tuesday, Aug. 14.
Juniors and
underclassmen will be
able to purchase their
space today (Wednesday)
from 9 a.m. until noon in
the lobby.


Child health insurance you can afford!
Through Florida KidCare, the state of
Florida offers health insurance for children from birth through age 18,
even if one or both parents are working.


There are several ways to apply for Florida KidCare:

Apply online at http://www.floridakidcare.org or call 1-888-540-5437
to request an application or for more information. If you have applied for
Florida KidCare before, call 1-800-821-5437 to update your information.
If you have questions or would like assistance applying
call Tonya Bell at (850) 253-5355.


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


2011-12
* Changes began with
ninth graders, the
2015 graduating
class.
* Geometry EOC
exam to count as 30
percent of final grade
for class.
* Algebra I EOC exam
must be passed for
course credit.
* Biology credit
required for
graduation; EOC
eyam to count as 30
per:,ntr cln tii 1 al r,3de
tor class


2012-13
* Changes begin with
this year's ninth
graders, the 2016
graduating class.
* Geometry EOC exam
must be passed for
course credit.
SAlgebra II credit
required for
graduation.


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


This year's freshman class--the graduating class of 2016--must pass the
geometry end-of-course exam to earn credit for the class, and must take
Algebra II to graduate.

Graduation requirements


continue to grow stricter


Incoming freshman at
Taylor County High School,
along with students across
the state, will once again
face harder graduation
standards this year, part of a
seven-year program.
The changes were
implemented by the Florida
Legislature in 2010 to
eventually phase out FCAT
testing at the high school
level for certain subjects,
replacing it with end-of-
course (EOC) exams.
With Florida taking part
in the federal common core
standards, the FCAT is set to
be phased out for all grades
in the 2014-15 school
year.
As for the state's
curriculum changes, each
year students will be required
to take more advanced
courses--including Algebra
I, Algebra II, biology and
chemistry or physics--and
in some cases pass the EOC
exams, to graduate.


The first students to be
affected were the 2010-11
ninth grade class (the 2014
graduating class), adding a
Algebra 1 EOC exam (which
accounted for 30 percent of
students' final grade) and a
geometry credit requirement
to graduate.
This past year's ninth
grade class (the 2015
graduating class), students
had to earn a passing score
on the Algebra I EOC exam
to earn credit for the class.
Students were also required
to take an EOC exam in
geometry which was worth
30 percent of the final grade
for the class.
A biology credit
requirement was also added
for graduation featuring an
EOC exam worth 30 percent
of the final grade.
Beginning with the ninth
grade class in 2012-13 (the
2016 graduating class), the
geometry and biology EOC
exams must be passed to


get credit for the courses.
Additionally, students will
have to take Algebra II to
graduate.
The freshman class
in 2013-2014 (the 2017
graduating class) will be
required to have a credit
in chemistry or physics to
graduate.
Also starting this year,
high school students will be
on a seven-class schedule
rather than six classes.
Superintendent Paul
Dyal said the change back
to seven classes was in
response to the state's
implementation of EOC
exams. Students must earn
24 credits to graduate,
with students attending 24
courses under a six-class
schedule.
"We went to six classes
because of money savings,
but to give our kids the best
chance to be successful, we
need to go back to seven
periods," Dyal said.


Common standards arrive in '14

with student exams in all grades


SUPERINTENDENT
Continued from page 1
states that has adopted the
Common Core Standards as
the standards that all Florida
schools are to have in place
by 2014.
In 2014, all students in
grades K-12 will be required
to score proficient on an
end-of-course national
exam.
At this website there is
a section called Parents'
Guide to Student Success
that breaks down what the
student at each grade level
will learn in mathematics
and English language arts/


literacy. Each principal has
this information and will
provide it for you for the
grades of their school.
It is the goal of the Taylor
County School District to
provide the best educational
experience for your child.
It will take a total team
effort between the school
board, district office, school
and parents.
Our school district has
always been a proud district.


We have always been proud
of our students and our
community involvement.
In these days of the radical
state-required changes in
curriculum, instruction,
assessment and unfunded
mandates, it is important
that we work together to
provide the best for our
students.
I hope that we all have a
school year full of success
and many fond memories.


The local paper is full of memories
from your child's days in school.
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Head Start
Director: Eric Scott
850-838-2558
eric.scott@taylor.k12.fl.us

Taylor County Pre-K
Resource Teacher: Sandy MacDonald
850-838-2535
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Perry Primary School
Principal: Pam Padgett
850-838-2535
pam.padgett@taylor.kl 2.fl.us

Taylor County
Elementary School
Principal: Shelly Strickland
850-838-2530
shelly.strickland@taylor.k12.fl.us


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

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

Taylor County
High School
Principal: Michael Thompson
850-838-2525
michael.thompson@taylor.kl 2.fl.us

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


Schoo l B o r


Danny Glover Jr.,
District I
(850) 223-2095
danny.glover@taylor.kl2.fl.us

Brenda Carlton,
District 2
(850) 584-7454
brenda.carlton@taylor.kl2.fl.us

Darrell Whiddon,
District 3
(850) 584-3218
darrell.whiddon@taylor.kl2.fl.us


Danny Lundy,
District 4
(850) 584-4979
danny.lundy@taylor.k12.fl.us

Kenneth Dennis,
District 5
(850) 584-5971
kenneth.dennis@taylor.kl2.fl.us

Superintendent
Paul Dyal
(850) 838-2500
paul.dyal@taylor.kl 2.fl.us


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


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School Bus Routes


Bus 2: Hilda Pills
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time locationn
I 6:44 Reed Dr('ove Drive
2. 6:45 -.Royal Oak
3 6:53 Yates Creek;Bonita Blvd
4. 6:54 Yates Creek/Fiddlers Wuay
5. 6:58 1890 Ocean Pond Road
6. 7:00 Ocean I' ,, "' (..'t 1 1 .
7. 7:01 14470 S Gulf Manor
8. 7:02 Ocean Pond/Carribean Rd
9. 7:06 13845 Beach Road
10 7:09 12749 Warrior Creek Rd
11 7:10 12579 Warrior Creek Rd
12 7:19 8944 Beach Road
13 7:20 1799 . ,-. ,J I' Gunter
14 7:21 --' i Beach Road
15 7:22 Beach/D .- i. . Rd
16 7:23 6709 Be... I I.
17 7:24 .- .i Beach)Dulan lane
S1 7:25 Beach Road
19 7:26 1347 Dewey Mc(uire Rd
20 7:30( .-4' Beach Road
21 7:31 5950 Beach Road
22 7:32 5511 Beach Road
23 7:33 539) Beach Road
24 7:45 ICES


Bus 4: Mary Emory
llM inainmn: i n..ll i- I, l't l Needs)
Stop Titmte location
I 6:20 ' .'. ,ih.r . -Rd
2 6:30 6222 Richloam Road
3 6:32 4543 Waldo Circle
4 6:42 55030 Richard Sadler
5 6:57 1'-, I Potts Still Road
6 7:00 406 Bradshaw Blvd.
7 7:04 1739 3 .,, i.'i Road
8 7:05 1791 Pine Bluff Road
9 7:110 '. k.- i, .I "V
10 7:15 1829 SI i. ii r Pkvwy
11 7:20 v ',l .; % .1 ,,
12 7:30 CFDC


Bus 5: Linda Faircloth
Dest.: Gretchen Everhart (Special Needs)
Stop Time I location .
I 6:45 \'" -' Potts Still Road
2 6:55 2946 Dorman Road
3 7:10 907 Wilcox Street
4 7:15 1223 Cherry Street
5 7:20 1988 'aylor Drive
6 7:30 1503 Bernard Johnson
7 9:00 Gretchen Everhart


Bus 6: McCarml Page
Destination: TCMS. TCHS
Stop _ime .. Locati.m
1 7:10 Sandra Street
2 7:13 JoAnn / Susan Street
3 7:15 Second/Oscar Benjamin
4 7:17 MLK
5 7:18 Schwartz/ North Avenue
6 7:21 Monroe/King Drive
7 7:24 Schwartz!Aillow Street
8 7:26 I ..
9 7:35 TCMS


Bus 7: Amber Morgan
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
Stop lime Location
1 6:20 Arrowhead! Paul-' I I'
2 6:23 4480 Harrison Blue Rd
2 6:26 4726 Granthami Hill
3 6:29 ':''- I i.. Lane
4 6:30 --.'I James Lane
5 6:34 '.: Woods Creek Road
6 6:35 468(.1 J, Creek Road
7 6:38 4615 Woods Creek Road
8 6:40 3745 Woods Creek Road
9 :2 1613 O'Steen Road
10 6:45 I-' 'Steen Road
11 6:53 1010 Page Road
12 6:55 WPage I.. .J C I
13 6:58 2308 W Fair Road
14 6:59 1259 N Reddick Drive
15 7;03 2647 Sidney Blanton
16 7:05 2164 i. 'p.r Street
17 7:06 1 ...I '. l ,
18 7:08 479 '.1,ll,...r Road
19 7:10 Pittman Carter Road
20 7:12 2300 Woods Creek Road
21 7:13 '- % ,'.4 ,I. Creek Road
22 7:18 El Matador/ Ash
23 7:30 TC(MS


Bus 9: Cynthia Miller
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:20 JA )Dais Road
2 6:43 Mt Olivc!M! Gilead
3 6:45 11711 Adolph Kemp Rd
4 6:48 11669 Bern akins Rd
5 6:50 10661 Johnson I 'I Rd
6 6:53 12279 Ben Eakins I'. I
7 6:58 Hwy I 'o/Wilbur Knov les
8 7:00 I.uthelr v. , ii 14
9 7:02 Hwy I 4/F!rank Morgan
10 7:05 12471 Earl Blanton
1i 7:06 8380 Alton Wentworth Rd
12 7:08 9720 Alton 'R ,, ,,:, Rd
13 7:09 9872 Alton Wentworth Rd
14 7:11 US ." ''.i..i (Gas Station
15 713 13756 HiS \ 19 North
16 7:16 11265 vHwy 19 North
17 7:21 4659 Hiwy I9North
18 7:23 4167 Ilvy 19 North
19 7:2-I I vy 19 II I Rd
20 7:25 HFt 19/ Harrison Blue Rd
21 7:27 Hwy '* 'T .... Drive
22 7:32 Julia Veterans
23 7:38 TCMS


Bus 12: Lisa Meacham
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time locationn
1 6:28 399 Boyd Road
2 6:29 3150 I .-,,i Road
3 6:3) '.*' Bovd Road
4 6:31 28791' I Road
5 6:33 I . .. .. .I .
6 6:37 4450 Wash Davis Road
7 6:39 3952 Wash Davis Road
8 .I Sue I1, I. i 1 ..- \ ,.
9 6:45 '- ,' . i .. I I Road
10 6:46 :0 l I ..1 1: i lane
11 6:48 1800'') i. Road
12 6:50 3117 N Gas Plant Road
13 6:52 2134W Gas Plant Road
14 6:54 G ( as ''1 ..- i, ... 1. I. I . 1
15 2645 Pisgah Road
16 7:00 Halrison Blue!Bo anyone n
17 7:02 3495 Slaughter Road
18 7:04 Slaughter/A Young Rd
19 7:06 -I .,i..i I I I Poppell Rd
20 7:08 Slaiighter/AV Brannen Rd
21 7:10 Hwy 19 Lundy MHPI
22 7:12 Courtney Rd! WT Gruhhs
21 7:14 Ash/ iStephens
23 7:16 Ash i h,, -.
24 7:18 tl, ., I ,
25 7:30 TCiES


Bus 13: Connie May
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:13 Freeman I I u, ..il Rd
2 6:20 Spring Warrioril.. Inons
3 6:21 Spring i, \\ ..Il w..i Dr
4 6:23 3350 1.. Dixon Road
5 6:25 2737 Ma Dixon Road
6 6:26 2580 Ma Dixon Road
7 6:27 1725 Ma I', .. .Road
8 6:30 793 Ma Dixon Road
9 6:31 Ma Dixon.Bcach Road
10 6:35 220 Olan Muirphy Road
II 6:52 1887 James Carlton Road
12 7:02 430 Charles Hendry Road
13 i 725 Charles Hendry Road
14 7:04 867 Charles Hendry Road
15 7:06 1 .. i..- P', ...i Road
16 7:09 1770 Carey Stephens Rd
17 7: 2 4261 Puckett Road
18 7:20 East Center Street
19 7:30 TC(ES


Bus 14: Annette Grantham
Destination:: All Schools
Stop Time Location
0 6:15 i1 B."' Beat I ..I
2 6:17 2, H s ,,l. li |-' J
3 6:22 '- S Jody Morgan
4 6:25 19169 Jody Morgan
5 6:28 230Antler [Lane
6 6:32 Boat Rampl Marina
7 6:35 21095 Keaton Bch Rd
8 'l ''1 Rosemary l.n
9 6:45 I r.'' Beach Road
10 i" 16629 W Royal Oak
11 6:50 17138 E Royal Oak
12 6:55 2227 Turkey Oak Road
13 7:00 1 .:`' Beach Road
14 7:10 Ellison gamblee MIHP
15 7:15 2469 Ellison Gamble
16 7:16 19 S/Ellison Gamble
17 7:25 Good Shepherd
18 7:30 TCES


Bus 15: Shelia Sadler
Destination: All Schools (Special Needs)
Stop 'Time location
1 6:15 5466 Turner Road
2 6:19 7508 Red ... i: f !
3 6:39 2' '.' . Rd
4 6:45 19647 SJody Morgan
5 6:55 17138 E Roval Oak
6 6:57 2170 Red Oak
7 7:00 1]5550 I A Oak
8 7:02 2458 Live Oak Road
9 7:05 15425 Reed Drive
10 7:15 1860 Ellison Gamble
11 7:17 5944 Beach Road
12 7:20 1829 Donald ... '1
13 7:35 CDC


Bus 16: Pam Revels
Destination: Steinhatchee
Stop Time Location
1 6:30 1109 1st Avenue
2 6:35 River '... edarSt
3 6:50 4709 Hwy 19
4 7:00 1234 SW 248 Avenue
5 7:08 SW270 Ave/732 Street
6 7:12 4754 SWHwy358
7 7:13 ,2 II"- ,.'y 358
8 7:14 292ndlHwy 358
9 7:15 5418 SW Hwy 358
10 7:19 6821 SWiHwy 358
11 7:22 101 SW Second St
12 7:23 214--14th Street SE
13 7:25 1603 Central Avenue
14 7:28 Duncan I ., '...,.i.
15 7:31 9th Street/White Lane
16 7:32 7th .', I i..... North
17 7:34 603 Second Av e South
18 735 415 Riverside Drive
19 7:37 707 SE I'.. r. .... Drive
20 7:40 Steinhatchee School


Bus 19: Tina Powell
Destination: All Schools (Special Needs)
Stop Time Location
1 6:39 3174 Bobby King Road
2 6:42 10770 N US 221
3 6:50 M Steen/ Wonderwood
4 7:02 11502 Ben Fakins Road
5 7:12 3039 Boyd Road
6 7:17 284 Leon Ward
7 7:20 .' \:..r Acres
8 7:22 .' ,.. Acres
9 7:30 2681 Morgan Whiddon
10 7:35 CDC


Bus 20: Catherine Wood
Destination: All Schools
'!,...l. .. _l ,ul ..._. I .., th! ,11
I 6:00 17420 Andre\k Wood Rd
2 6:05 10180 Fish Creek Gr.
S3 6:08 School House Road
4 6:11 10634 '.1 :... .lief'field
5 6:15 10194 N Whitehead Rd
6 6:19 9390arbur Lane/Salem
7 6:21 9500 Carbur Lane,
8 6:23 9155 Jody Morgan Rd
9 6:33 4250 Dip !DowniSalem
10 6:39 14789 ,i..; ,: Road
11 6:36 13275 Radcliff Road
12 6:47 7211 Lee Roy Morgan
13 6:54 11113 Rill Howell Road
14 6:55 7460 Airport Road
15 6:56 7595 Airport Grade
16 6:58 7680 Airport Grade
17 7:03 10468 US 19S.
18 7:06 10255 Josh Ezelt Road
19 7:08 11188 Josh Ezell Road
20 7:11 '" ', US 19Jack's Cycle
21 7:12 9601 Athena Road
22 7:13 940) Hlwy 19 South
23 7:15 8999 Hwy 19 South
24 7:20 3330 Kell Grade
25 7:22 7449 Hwy 19 South
26 7:25 6350 Hwy 19 South
27 7:35 lTCES


Bus 24: \l.u gi lhr lithiii
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:45 Morris Steen RoadlY
2 6:46 12980 Morris Steen Rd
3 6:47 Morris Steen May Pop
4 6:48 : '"' Morris Steen Rd
5 6:49 '.1 in.. I ., I.' ii Res
6 6:50 5455 Alton '.'.... ... i,,
7 6:51 A '., r, 'i \ EHug
8 6:55 4734 Ira Smith Road
9 6:56 6735 la)ren Henderson
10 7:01 .' i..1 Grove/Rocky's
II 7:05 A S .,i!!' ,n ',,. .' ,
12 7:07 ""; Alton ,' .., .- 11.
13 7:10 Hwy 221/Cruce Res
14 7:12 : "l., iid. i ,r. King
15 7:13 3490 P Sheffield
16 7:15 i" IF .Lake Bird Church
.I 7:17 5808 US 221 North
iN 7:18 5710 US 221 North
I" 7:20 5257 US 221 North
S 7:23 1719 Fortner l)rive
1 7:24 4530 Forlner lane


7:25 4)95 Fortner Lane
7:26 4017 Fortner Lane
7:28 2861 US 221 North
7:29 US 221/Mack Session
7:35 1. 11s


Bus 25: Mary Parker
Destination: All Schools
Stop Tine L.ocation
1 6:33 6770 George Page Rd
2 6:37 6755 Walter Shiver Rd
3 6:38 6969 Waller Shiver Road
4 6:42 n11 .11 .,,-1 1 ,,
5 6:44 -'' 'r 11 ,,i. Road
6 6:47 Smith/ICamp lane
7 6:48 5593 Smith Road
8 6:53 Iamnpt SpirD)udley Benton
9 6:59 5990 Courtney Grade
10 7:01 CourneyvRichloam Rd
11 7:15 5035 Hampton Springs Rd
12 7:20 1939 Dice i : .... -d
13 7:24 Sandra StrfTemple of God
14 7:27 Sandra /JoAnn
15 7:32 JoAnn / Pate
16 7:34 Second Street
17 7:38 Schwartz/ North Avenue
18 7:35 I, i'lI


Bus 27: Nichole Marshall
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:56 4 V, '1. l'i. :,
2 6:56 Glenn Street
3 6:58 West VI.ai,,,l i n,-i
4 7:00 Kennedy Street
5 7:03 Dupont/Folsom
6 7:06 Buffalo Place
7 7:08 S. Beverly Street
8 7:10 N Beverly Street
9 7:12 Folsonm / P.i, l c~l,.i
10 7:14 S. Warner Street
11 7:15 501 WarnerIfidewater
12 7:25 TCES


Bus 30: Sandra Hale
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
Stop Time Ilocation
1 6:45 James r, srin I- Cannon
2 6:46 1338 James Cannon
3 6:50 Bernard J/Spees Harris
4 6:53 1930 H i .,. I, .I.i ,'
5 6:54 2051 Bernard Johnson
6 6:59 2969 Bernard Johnson
7 7:04 Johnson" iI1,'In'.. Cruce
8 7:05 3080 Johnson Stripling
9 7:07 James Smith Road
10 7:08 1721 James Smith Road
11 7:10 2875 Johnson r ; ii,
12 7:11 .J -i I' ..- i i. ;. .
13 7:14 2146N Sam Poppell Rd
14 7:17 Canopy Lane
15 7:20 1059 E Ash Street
16 7:22 EJm SL/Joe P Burns
17 7:23 JulialJohnson Stripling
18 7:30 TCHS


Bus 32: Erma Lewis
Destination: All Schools
Stop Tinme ue Locatin
S 7:00 Churchl'Woodard St
2 7:02 h r '\ i..ird '..
3 7:03 Hwyl9/Westgate
4 7:05 Hwy 19/Royal nn
5 7:08 Hw'y 7:';.,,J Motor
6 7:11 Hwy 19/Lewis Drive
7 7:12 B Butler/l'bwn & Ctrv.
8 7:15 JacksotAirpot Rd
9 7:16 Oak .' iIi l.r'd
10 7:19 Hwy 19 Everett's MHP
1I 7:21 2845 Hwy 30
12 7:23 (',k .,. Tree
13 7:25 America Motel!O'Rileys
14 7:29 ( .I. i k
15 7:35 TCES


Bus 38: Holly Ward
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
I 6:55 4086 Lyman Hendry Rd
2 6:56 4 -'. Lyman Hendry Rd
3 6:58 4 -tH Lyman Hendry Rd
4 6:59 1739 Lyman Hendry Rd
5 7:00 1269 Roberts Amnan
6 7:01 220 Roberts Aman
7 7:02 R Aman/Charles Sadler
8 7:04 657 Roberts Aman
9 7:05 1132 Roberts Aman
10 7:091939A, Suber
11 7:10 295 Jimmy Archer
12 7:14 ,eon\\ 1.I I I, Farm
13 7:15 2665 Green Farm Road
14 7:16 30 Mangumi (...
15 7:17 Green Farm/Agner Acres
16 7:19 1929N US 221
17 7:21 Will Clark/Hwy 221
18 7:23 20(0 '[imberlane Street
19 7:25 ..".r. hi,,. Street
20 7:27 FaulknerlJackN J.ill
21 7:35 TCMS


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Bus Routes


School District

nBus 39: Marcia Hanners 18 7:32 511 NW\ 3rd Sreti '
Destination: All Schools 19 7:34 102 4th Avcnue NW
Stop Time Location 20 7:35 422 2knd Street NW


1 6:.38 i 1i .
2 6:4) Puhckett P
3 6:44 139 Lacou
4 6:45 Puckett!C(
5 6:46 106 Judlso
6 6:47 209 Judso
7 6:48 4011 Juds-
8 6:52 ,.-", Cash
9 6:55 1337 Pine
10 6-58 1528 Pine
11 6:59 1611 Pine
12 7.00 1791 Pine
13 7:03 3338 Sulli
14 7:07 289 Arthu
15 7:10 ',. U .
16 7:15 ( r,.- I'
17 7:21 Jane Aven
18 7:27 TCES


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Bus 44: Shirley Blair
Destination: All Schools (Special Needs)
Stop Time Location
1 6:45 504 \ iil Street
2 6:47 710 Malloy
3 6:49 911 W Willow
4 6:50 9001 Hampton Spr Ave
5 6:52 i ni, MIK Avenue
6 6:53 122 Williams St
7 6:54 1. .s . I Street
8 6:56 114 JoAnn Street
9 6:58 500 S Warner St.
10 6:59 GlennitWarner St
11 7:02 166 Walnut
12 7:03 103i 1'.i, 1Place
13 7:06 Hw\ i ...,-1 ,..
14 7:12 1511 Roberson Street
15 7:14 709 W. Church Street
16 7:16 711W. Bacon Street
17 7:24 117 Marshall Drive
18 7:26 700 W. Julia Street
19 7:28 CDC

Bus 51: Heidi Schmidt
Destination: All Schools
Stop Time Location
1 6:30 122205 Spring '\. .
2 6:31 I '* ;--... Warrior
3 6:32 Sprg WarriorStrickland
4 6:36 13250StrickandLanding
5 6:39 Sprg .. i I. in ri.
6 6:48 l n.H ii '... i Sader
7 6:49 RichardA\ i11..,
8 6:50 '. I-' J ., ir r,, Baum.
9 6:57 Puck/Gray Bard Lane
10 6:58 240 Roy Freeman Road
11 6:59 -' .*" Roy Freeman Rd
12 7:015 ". .1 Circle
13 7:07 4562 Waldo Circle
14 7:15 Puckett:Donrrnan Road
15 7:20 3698 Golf Course Road
16 7:21 2633 Golf Course Road
17 7:22 2409 Golf Course Road
18 7:23 2348 Golf Course Road
19 7:24 2350 Golf Course I:. i
20 7:25 1649 Golf Course Road
21 7:26 '2 Golf Course Road
22 7:28 1262 Hampton Springs
23 7:32 Main / Alston
24 7:36 TCES

Bus 54: Ouida Wright
Destination: .11 N-li,'l'.
Stop Time Location
1 6:30 Nut-All 2;.. PI Rock Rd
2 6:38 23830 Mandalay Road
3 6:40 23648 Mandalay Road.
4 7:(00 3080 David lorton Road
5 7:02 3028 David Horton Road
6 .7:05 3885 Hwy 98
7 7:07 2372 Hwy 98
8 7:08 Hwy-'" "i ,Road
9 7:09 II '. '.. '. . -Rd
10 7:10 1341 Hampton Springs Ave
11 7:12 107 Monroe Street
12 7:14 s..i. .,-. Il. .,
13 7:16 Willow/Wilder
14 7il9 '.. ,
15 7:3(0 TCMS

Bus 55: joan Hall
Desnatinon: Steinhatchee
Stfo Timne Location
1 6:23 ...
2 6:25 Sea'lk i.....- I'i:. ,
3 6:28 15541 Breeze Drive
4 6:38 2,-ri;i Hwv 361
5 6:40 21095 Beach Road
6 6:44 19752 Jody I.I. I ,. I: R,
7 6:48 167 N Buck Court
8 6:53 .: White Tail Drive
9 6:54 L Deerr . \- e
10 6:58 19647 Jody Morgan
11 7:18 Hwy361/Stephensville
12 7:20 913 "1 i ':.. W
13 7:23 :.., I 'i r.l
14 7:27 105 '-.. .iil Road
15 7:29 801 Beach Road
16 7:30 212 6th Avenue NW
17 7:31 516 Stephens Street


2tI ,,. KUP.T- .
125 NI !st Avenue
119 I 2..1 Slreet
709 Ist Avenue
'i nI si,..... School l


Bus 58: Thomas (Cibson
Destination: All Schools (Special Needs)

1 6:40 2374 Barney Lane
2 6:53 3113 ...1 . i
3 6:54 A '. .... .i. I,
4 6:59 Courtney Rd/Crosspoint
5 7:02 603 WAsh Street
6 7:04 303 Ash Street
77:07 1212 N. I... ...
8 7:08 1105 N. Calhoun
9 7:09 907 N. Calhoun
10 7:11 1022 N..Jefferson
II 7:16 114 Hubba Street
12 7:20 1705 S. Old Di'ie
13 7:30 (CDC

Buis 60: Willa Deen Patterson
Destination: All Sch(ols
Stop limle i... Jaian
1 6:12 1416 .1 2ndAvenue
2 6:15 lIwy .' 1,11 Store
3 6:20 2nd Ave Ni 7th Street
4 6:26 Stephens.il e ..1 It-. i
5 6:28 423 NW 6th Street
6 6:33 3215 12th Street
7 6:35 Canal''Palm Street
8 6:38 313 hy 51 NE
9 6:39 lHwy .I -I
10 7:05 9500( Carbur Lane
11 7:30 (1CES

Bus 70: Sammyr Hugger
Destination: All Schools
Stop Tine Location
1 6:45 MainlHinley
2 6:47 Maurice linton
3 . :- Hwy 27/Malone Road
4 6:53 2711 Foley cut Off
5 6:54 '-, t ik" iv 1 .1-I
6 6:56 Mixon Rd/ Ross Rd
7 6:58 3781 Foley Cut Off Rd
8 7:00 3812 Bohannon Circle
9 7:01 3762 Bohannon Circle
10 7:03 3342 Lipscomb Circle
11 7:05 'r.'":' lakeside Drive
12 7:07 31 --4. Henry Gibson
13 7:15 4310 Sma Pedro Road
14 7:17 San Pedro iOlan Davis
15 7:18 4059 San Pedro Road
16 7:19 3667 Sanl .h Road
17 7:22 ,. .li I. i.
18 7:26 44 N . St.
19 7:28 !012 N Washington
20 7:33 TCMS

Bus 72: Cheryl Moore
Destination:. All s' h-.I.
Stop Time Location
1 6:32 6131 Hwy 19 S
2 6:35 7508 Red :' .JI 1Road
3 6:40 5011 Turner Road
4 6:41 5125Turner Road
5 6:42 5211 Turner Road
6 6:43 4600 Turner Road
7 6:46 3690 Henry Lee
8 6:48 Red PadgettcBethea Rd
9 6:52 5021 Bi I:' Il Rd
10 6:53 5227 Bryant I:, .. II Rd
11 6:55 5634 Bryant Russell Rd
12 6:56 5522 Bryant Russell Rd
13 6:58 5142 Brvant Russell Rd
14 7:03 5377 HPP:... i. .i
15 7:05 560611 i ..i:. it Road
16 7:06 Si- ,., 1.Lane
17 7:08 Shipman lane/Bus St
18 7:18 .' Buckeye Nursery
19 7:20 l-', ,. Il Road
20 7:24 1537 H,,l' Drive
21 7:25 5591 I il: I '
22 7:27 iI -.. 'I- ..
23 7:30 TCES

Bus 80: Joey Mixon
Destatiaon: All- Schools

1 6:38 '.\ I n,. 1 \.. ,in I ..r..'
2 6:42 Old Di\iel Landry Rd
3 6:45 Old I .. i. -.. Dr
4' 6:47 618-4 11 .. i.., Road
5 6:48 621 Plantation
6 6:53 157 Shadv Oaks Lane
7 6:58 1041 :1 Iree Road
8 ', j' ,. ,,, ., ,d
9 7:01 I1 'hlik: Road
1( 7:(4 328E' i ., I-.rt
II 7:05 Park / Dodge Drive
12 7:07 Tippett !Lee
13 Old Dixie Pruitt Drive
14 7:12 (,. i.i, .... < l
15 7:15 .:.... Alvarez
16 7:20 (0 I I III.J.. -
17 7:35 TCES


Bus 17: Coretha Russell
Destination: CDC
I.I'I [ Il iii I, r,tj.,n
1 6:10 2575 el ,,-, ,, Lane
2 6:20 1667 Pisgah Road
3 6:23 3117 N (as Plant Rd
4 6:25 2134 W Gas Plant Road
5 6:29 Slaughter!US 19
6 6:38 3385Arrowhead Lane
7 6:41 2929 W Page Road
8 6:43 ''.*' W. Fair Road
9 6:4lb :,"'. Rcddick Drive
10 6:48 107 El Dlorado Drive
II 6:50 105 El Matador
12 6:52 1 09 I Rancho Drive
13 6:55 1929 W T (Grubbs Road
14 6:58 1025 WAsh Street
15 7:00 6(7 W Ash Street
16 7:02 602 W Ash Street ,
17 7:04 1305N '.i.',;. .i J St
18 7:06 1218 N Cherry Street
19 7:11 1501 Pharo Morgan
20 7:14 *i' I. ii ... i -, ,i-.
21 7:17 Glennis ( ... i',-. ,-
22 7:19 1340 Bernard .ohnson
23 7:20 3421 Specs Harris Lane
24 7:25 -' Roberts Aman Road
25 7:35 CDC

Bus 21: Linda Miles
- Destination: CDC

1 6:36 3' '' .,, ,, h Road
2 6:38 4- 1 27
3 6:41 2412 Mary Ester Lane
4 6:44 2659 Dorman Peacock
5 6:47 2695 Lakeside Drive
6 6:50 3585 Bohannon Circle
7 6:54 1870 Woodmore Road
8 6:55 1900 Woodmore Road
9 7:00 2 120 Walter Smith Rd
10 7:02 142 Reilna Road
11 7:06 209 Tippett Drive
12 7:08 607 Granuer Drive
13 7:10 1304 Graham Street
14 7:13 i103N N L ...
15 7:15 100 ) i. .. .
16 7:20 909 E. Bay Street
17 7:23 307 Hinlev Street
18 7:26 101 Elno Scott
19 7:30 459 N i .. .. i.. .1
20 7:32 1, -- Myrtle Street
21 7:35 CXDC

Bus 73-A: Wendy Slaughter
Destination: CIDC
Sto..t .ims..........JLcatia,
I 7:30 201 Saxon Street
7:31 310 Saxon Street
3 7:33 1515 S Givens St
4 7:34 i -'. -Givens St
5 7:36 709 W Church St
6 7:38 Glenn/Wamer
7 7:39 100 l',,l .i. Drive


1(7 Buffalo Drive
214 Buffalo Drive
105 N Beverly
107 N Beverly
I16 N Beverly
102 S Beverly
205 Folsom Street
303 W Folsom Place
104 Kennedy Street
106 Kennedy Street
192 'A .Inl
n .i -..hii
500 . r., r ,J..... ,.,
108 W Spring Place
(DC:


Bus 73-B: Wendy Slaughter
Destination: CDC
Stop Time Location
1 6:50 911 ,.'. r,.,
2 6:52 1104 W Willow
3 6:53 1109': .'.5l...
4 6:54 1302Schwartz Street
5 6:56 100 Joann Street
6 6:57 102 Joann Street
7 6:58 106 Joann Street
8 6:59 118 Joann Street
9 7:00 133 loann Street
10 7:02 210 Susan Street
11 7:03 134 Williams Street
12 7:05 'I Second Street
13 7:07 702 W Duval Street
14 7:08 907 W Duval Street
15 7:10 .-.' W :'.. ,, 1Street
16 7:12 801 W Dundee
17 7:13 517 Homer J Smith
18 7:20 CDC('

Bus 75: Mack Colson
Destination: CDC
Stop Time Location
1 6:17 119 Goff StreeL
2 6:18 200 Goff Street
3 6:19 115 V .. Drive
4 6:20 107 Monroe Street
5 6:22 2020 Hwy 98
6 6:25 2418 Bowden Avenue
7 (, i, 12719 Stricklanding Court
8 6:51 .Strickland Land Blvd
9 6:54 12240 Spring Warrior Rd
10 6:58 In ,'. Packett Road
II 7:06 752 Charles Hendry Rd
12 7:11 407 Judson Drive
13 7:14 427 Puckett Road
14 7:16 421 Puckett Road
15 7:18 315 Puckett Road
16 7:19 308 Puckett Road
17 7:21 205 Cypress Road
18 7:22 i1 '. -i .,.; Road
19 7:23 215 Magnolia Road
20 7:26 I1. ,1n, I \ ',l I r
21 7:30 3309 S Byron Butler Pkwy
22 7:40 CDC


SCHOOL BUS

SPlease have your
child follow these
simple rules:

1 Follow the directions of
the driver
121 StVy in v,.ur seal
13i Keep all parts ot vour
body inri;i:le the ?u-
S14 No pushing. sneving or
r tgnting at any re rri
if. NHJ dealing drinl ing or
S tobacco products on r te bus '

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Dear Parents/Guardians: Please review the routes

Welcome back to listed in the paper and


the 2012-2013


school


year! Once again the
Transportation Department
has had many changes as
far as bus schedules and
school bus stops. With the
challenges of scheduling,
we ask for the cooperation
and patience of the parents
and students during the first
weeks of School.


choose the stop closest to
your home. Several stops
have been combined to
provide a timelier schedule.
Thank you in advance for
your help and cooperation
in the safe transportation
of your children. To help
ensure the safety of your
children, please discuss the
safety rules listed with them.


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


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


Child Development Center



School Bus Routes


SW OL"'S OPEN,

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B-6 Back to School 2012 August'15, 2012


Weekend Food Program Volunteer Carolyn Winningham (center) and
Extension Agent Lori Wiggins, who recently spoke to the Perry Rotary
Club, hold up a sample bag of fdod they hope to distribute to up to 100
kindergarteners and their families this coming school year. They are joined
by Perry Rotary Club President Chris Pink.

Weekend Food Program


Community joins together


to help feed those in need


With more than 70
percent of Taylor County
students eligible for free
or reduced meals, a group
of local volunteers and
organizations have come
together to provide students
and families with food to
prepare weekend meals.
Volunteer Carolyn
Winningham, who recently
spoke about the program
to the Perry Rotary Club,
said the goal is to provide
meals for 100 food-insecure
kindergarteners and their
families during the 2012-13
school year.
"Research studies shows
that children who are hungry
do not perform well in school
due to absenteeism, fatigue,
headaches, dizziness and
inability to concentrate,"
Winningham said.
The Weekend Food
Program has partnered with
the school district and the
Taylor County Extension


Office, which will house the
program this year.
Each weekend bag of food
will cost $4, which amounts
to $120 for the school year.
"Nutritional information
and recipes will be included
with the bags," Winningham

"Each weekend bag
of food will cost
$4, which amounts
to $120 for the
school year."

said. "We're also working
with the school social
workers to find out what
cooking utilities are
available at the homes, so
we don't give them food
they can't cook."
The low-cost food is
made possible by partnering
with the Second Harvest
Food Bank, she added.


The program will be
funded by business grants
and community donations.
Since the program is being
run through the Extension
Foundation, donations are
tax deductible.
Volunteers will also
be needed to help with
unloading the boxes of food
when they are delivered as
well as delivering the bags
of food to the schools.
So far, the program has
received enough donations
to provide meals for more
than 60 students and
families.
For more information
about the program or
volunteer opportunities,
contact Corrie Willis at 838-
3508.
Donations can be mailed
to: Taylor County Schools
Weekend Food Program, c/o
Taylor County Extension
Service, 203 Forest Park
Drive, Perry, FL 32348.


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Tips to take the anxiety


out of 'Back to School'


By ABBEY L.THARPE
4-H Extension Agent I
"Back to school" may
be one of the most dreaded
phrases for parents and
students--with good reason.
The end of summer means
trading in magazines or
video games for textbooks,
and typing research papers
instead of texting friends
about beach plans. Getting a
new school year off to a good
start can influence children's
attitude, confidence and
performance both socially
and academically.
The degree of adjustment
for the school year depends
on the child, but parents can
help their children manage
the increased pace of life
by planning ahead, being
realistic and maintaining a
positive attitude.
Here are a few suggestions


to help ease the transition
and promote a successful
school experience:
Re-establish the bedtime
and mealtime routines at
least one week before school
starts.
Prepare your child for
the change by talking with
your child about the benefits
of school routines in terms
of not becoming over tired
or overwhelmed by school
work and activities.
Include bedtime reading
and household chores if
these were suspended for the
summer.
Encourage your child
to play quiet games or read
as early morning activities
instead of watching
television. This will help
ease your child into the
learning process and school
routine.


Be sure your child is in
good mental and physical
health.
Visit the school with
your child.
Review all school
information as quickly as
possible.
Most importantly let your
child know that you care. If
your child is anxious about
school, send personal notes
in the lunch box or school
bag.
Reinforce the ability to
cope. Children absorb their
parents' anxiety, so model
confidence for your child.
Let your child know that
it is natural to be a little
nervous anytime you start
something new but that your
child will be just fine once
he or she becomes familiar
with classmates, the teacher
and school routine.


2012-13 School Calendar:


Important dates to remember


Here are a few 2012-13
school year highlights for
parents and students:
Monday, Aug. 20: First
day of school.
Monday, Sept. 3: Labor
Day holiday.
Friday, Oct. 19: Last
day of first nine weeks.
Monday, Oct. 22:
In-service day/student
holiday.
Nov. 19-23:
Thanksgiving holiday.
Friday, Dec. 21:
Last day of second nine
weeks and last day before


Christmas holi(
Monday,
In-service


holiday.
2-1 Monday, Feb. 18:
President's Day holiday.
Friday, March 15: Last
day of third nine weeks.
March 25-April 1:
Spring Break.
Monday, May 27:
Memorial Day holiday.
days. Tuesday, June, 4: Last
Jan. 7: day for students/last day of
day/student fourth nine weeks and the


holiday.
Tuesday, Jan. 8: First
day back for students.
Monday, Jan. 21:
Martin Luther King Jr.


school year.
Early release dates for
the year are: Sept. 19, Nov.
7, Dec. 21, Feb. 13, May 8
and June 4.


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TAYLOR COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
Announces its policy for Free and Reduced-Price Meals for students under the
NATIONAL SCHOOL LUNCH AND BREAKFAST PROGRAMS
Any interested person may review a copy of the policy by contacting
Food Service Office, 318 North Clark Street. Perry, F., (850) 838-2593
Household size and income criteria *1iii t-. ui-: ''.: doei-r,-em ei.gi:iitr An application can not be approved unless it
c; ..---, .:.rnp;per.- e iblt.ry ,nrt I n.[r-i r Once approved, meal benefits are good for an entire year. You need not notify
rn '.r.ini;r.,,' ich b.i-. r, income and household size.
Application forms are being sent to all homes with a ':ik' t i. .;nrir :' ..jrd;i 'i To apply for Free or Reduced-
Price Meals, households must complete the application and return it to the school. Additional copies are available at the
principal's office in each school. The information provided on the application will be used for the purpose of determining
:' I.-,".. and may be verified at any time during the school year. Applications may be submitted at any time during the
year.
Households that receive SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) or TANF (Temporary Assistance for
Needy Fan ,.ll :.) r.: rr1 i.,- i -ii;. il. ri.; a- pphi; I .:.-'. ,:,r; r.;,.iI :' .I -I it. SNAPfTANF case number, and signature of
adult household member.
Foster cr.-,.I'= iii ,l rei, : I. t;- b-r r .a 1lr-iz .:.f ir.. ..rn,,I ; personal income or the income of the household.
Households with children who are considered migrants, homeless, or runaway should contact the district liaison at

For the purpose of determining household size, di.'F- "c ',:p :- r,,emr.. 3.e :;r.,,1 .i. i ; -in ,,'-r..:7 r; ,,ser,.:
Families should include the names of the deployed service members on their application. Report only that portion of
"-r,. :-plo'y.je ieri 'e r. r. .,r ", ir.: n'. nia ,i,: ,I, lP i g IrleT: .r Ir.. n t, erni l i!, -,- ,'f iaTl.Additionally, a housing
allowance that is part of the Military Housing Privatization initiative is not to be included as income.
All other households must provide the following information listed on the application:
' Total household income listed by gross amount received, type of income (e.g., wages, child support, etc.) and how
often the income is received by each household member;
* Names of all household members check the "no income" box if applicable; if household member is a child, list school
name for each;
* -.1,r.. j i lr ,i ,ir,;,u:-ri1 member certifying the information provided is correct and
* Social security number of -re ,:, i i "rinr? the application or n ,, ,:rd l1 i r,.E l ;., h u-i r.. ,:- ei r,irc -r if he or she
does not have a social security number.
If a household member becomes unemployed or if the household size changes, the school should be contacted.
Children of parents orguardianswho become i.,. .p i-.,- : r.:.uil il.:: :.-,';: ih rl ,-:...:
Under the provisions of the Free and Reduced-Price meal i. i., I ~ood Service Office will review applications and
determine eligibility. If a parent or guardian is dissatisfied with the ruling of the official. he or she may wish to discuss
the decision with :7r,. c,-;i!i ,.,1 .Ii.:. .i.. ,f ir,i.f.i t -, If the parent wishes to make a formal appeal, he or she
may make a request either :n:, ,- . ,.i I-i ,. F.:.. .1 ...; Office, 318 North Clark Street, Perry, FI.
Unless indicated otherwise on the application, the information on the Free and Reduced-Price Meal application may
be used by ;'.: ,-.rci o lz y ,ir ii, :: I-I -j|.: i ii : ,Io 'r ii i r educational programs.
FLORIDA INCOME ELIGIBILITY GUIDELINES FOR FREE AND REDUCED-PRICE MEALS
Effective from July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013
FREE MEAL SCALE
Household Twice Per Every Two
Size Annual Monthly Month Weeks Weekly
1 14.521 1,211 606 559 280
2 19,669 1,640 820 757 379
3 24,817 2,069 1,035 955 478
4 29,965 2,498 1,249 1,153 577
5 35,113 2,927 1,464. 1,351 676
6 40,261 3,356 1,678 1,549 775
7 45.409 3,785 1,893 1,747 874
8 50,557 4,214 2.107 1,945 973
For each
additional
family 5.148 429 215 198 99
member, add
REDUCED-PRICE MEAL SCALE
Household Every Two Twice Per
Size Annual Monthly Weeks Month Weekly
1 20.665 1.723 862 795 398
2 27.991 2.333 1.167 1,077 539
3 35.317 2.944 1.472 1,359 680
4 42,643 3,554 1,777 1,641 821
5 49,969 4,165 2,083 1,922 961
6 57.295 4.775 2,388 2,204 1,102
7 64,621 5,386 2,693 2.486 1,243
8 71,947 5,996 2,998 2,768 1,384
For each
additional
farrmily
member, add 7,326 611 306 282 141
To determine annual income:
* If you receive the income every week. multiply the total gross income by 52.
* If you receive the income every two weeks, multiply the total gross income by 26.
* If you receive the income twice a month, multiply the total gross income by 24.
* If you receive the income monthly, multiply the total gross income by 12.
Remember: The total income before taxes, social security, health benefits, union dues. or other deductions must be
reported.
"In accordance with Federal Law, and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited
from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. To file a complaint of
discrimination write USDA, Director, Office of Adjudication, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington,
DC 20250-9410 or call toll free (866) 632-9992 (Voice). Individuals who are hearing impaired or have speech
disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339; or (800) 845.6136 (Spanish).
USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer."


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lunch should contain food from all five main food groups:
vegetables, protein and dairy products.


Kids who eat nutritious


food do better in school


By LORIWIGGINS
Family & Consumer Sciences
Extension Agent III
Children who eat
nutritious foods do better
in school, but coming up
with healthy back-to-school
lunch ideas that children
will actually eat can be a
challenge for many parents.
A healthy school lunch
combines nutrient-rich
foods from several food
groups to supply protein, fat
and carbohydrates to sustain
energy and concentration
for several hours. The
composition of the meal
makes a difference in how
long it will stistain a child
throughout the day.
A balanced meal
consisting of carbohydrate,
protein and fat gives
children energy and prevents
a drop in blood sugar for
several hours. In general,
a meal including a variety
of foods from several food
groups will provide the
most benefits to a child,
educationally, nutritionally
and physically. A balanced
meal that keeps a child


energized throughout the
day can be a quick and easy
meal--at home, at school or
on the go.
Foods like fruit, bread,
crackers and juice provide
carbohydrates, while milk,
cheese, yogurt, lean meat
and beans provide protein to
balance kids' meals. Fat is
found in nuts, peanut butter,
meat and some dairy foods.
Providing children a balance
and variety of these foods
will ensure they are well-
nourished and energized for
learning.
Lunch should contain
food from all five main
food groups: breads, fruits,
vegetables, protein and
dairy products. Many
children do not like
sandwiches for lunch, so
including some variety
in the menu can prevent
children from getting bored
with their lunch.
Some sandwich
alternatives are:
Chicken tenders;
Quesadillas;
Beef Jerky;
Tortilla wraps;


Hard boiled eggs;
Trail mix;
Yogurt;
Crackers with cheese or
peanut butter;
Hummus and pita chips;
Sliced veggies with low-
fat dip;
Fruit salad.
Dry whole grain cereals
(purchase milk at school)
Additionally, several
warm lunch ideas:
Soup sent in a Thermos;
Rice or potato
bowls (topped with last
night's leftover meat and
vegetables);
Macaroni and cheese;
Pasta noodles.
It is important to practice
safe food handling when
packing a school lunch. If
lunches are not refrigerated,
after about two hours the
food can begin to grow
harmful bacteria that cause
food borne illnesses. You
can keep lunches cold
by sending a frozen 100
percent juice box or ice
pack in an insulated lunch
box to keep contents cold
until lunchtime.


B-7 Back to School 2012 August 15, 2012


Getting your kids back



on track after summer


By LORI WIGGINS
Family & Consumer Sciences
Extension Agent III
Preparing the kids' return
to school involves more
than buying new backpacks.
Their bodies need to get
ready as well. Summertime
diets often deviate from a
healthy lifestyle because of
everyone being on.the go.
Start planning now to get
your child back on track for
healthy eating.
It is a good idea that you
focus on a few key areas
which will make a big
impact on the school day,
and every day.
Breakfast. Parents
have heard over and over
that "breakfast is the most
important meal of the day."
Despite this knowledge,
some morning's households
are crazed with late
sleepers, lost homework,
sibling disputes and other
challenges..If your children
have missed breakfast for
these reasons, establish
a new routine that makes
breakfast easy.
Consider planning ahead


and setting the breakfast
table each night before you
go to bed. Have the plates,
bowls, silverware and cups
out. Put non-perishable
fruit right on the plate. If
your kids start with cold
cereal, leave the boxes on
the table and the milk easily
accessible in the fridge.
Ideally, breakfast should
include foods that are high
in protein and fiber and low
in sugar. Consider apple
slices, a breakfast burrito,
granola and yogurt, peanut
butter on an English muffin
or whole grain waffle,
scrambled eggs with whole
wheat toast, cheese grits or
whole grain cereals. (Skip
the pop-tarts, donuts and
sugary cereals.)
Create a back-up plan
for the mornings when the
house is too crazed to get
a good meal. Have tasty
cereal bars, apples, bananas,
nuts and other easy-to-eat
food available so you can
easily slip them to your
child on the way to the bus.
Fruit smoothies are also
great for breakfast on the


run. Fresh, frozen or canned
fruit can be used along
with 100% fruit juice, low-
fat or fat-free milk and/or
yogurt and you have a quick
healthy breakfast. Toss in a
handful of fresh spinach to
make it even healthier. Your
kids will never know the
difference; the spinach will
not alter the flavor.
Drinks matter. There is
a reason that so many school
districts have removed the
soda and juice machines!
Follow suit and avoid drinks
that are high in sugar and
artificial colors and flavors.
The calories in sugary drinks
and sodas add up fast and
offer no nutritional value.
Encourage your children
to drink water or flavored
waters throughout the day
and low-fat or fat-free
milk at lunch time. If they
do choose to drink sports
drinks, be sure they are the
lower calorie versions.
Snack smart. Snacking
smart requires a bit of
balance. Try offer your
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What's for lunch at school?


Ready for lunch? The Taylor County
School District has announced the following
lunch menu for the first two weeks of the
new school year:
The Week of Aug. 20-24
Monday: corndog, baked beans, flavored
applesauce and milk.
Tuesday: chicken and rice, carrots,
mixed fruit cup and milk.
Wednesday: pizza, broccoli, pear crisp
and milk.
Thursday: spaghetti and meat sauce,
green beans, French bread, orange and milk.


Friday: Sloppy Jo sandwich, baked tator
tots, peach cup and milk.
The Week of Aug. 27-31
Monday: hamburger, lettuce and tomato,
sweet potato tots, juice bar and milk.
Tuesday: Beef-a-Roni, turnip greens,
flavored applesauce, cornbread and milk.
Wednesday: Hot Pocket, tossed salad,
mixed fruit cup and milk.
Thursday: potato burger loaf, garden
peas, fresh fruit, roll and milk.
Friday: hot dog, coleslaw, baked tator
tots, peaches and milk.


Annual Student Progression Report
2011 2012 School Year
Section 1008.25(8)(b) of the Florida Statutes requires each school board to annually
publish in the newspaper the following information:
* The District's policies and procedures on student promotion and retention. The
Student Progression plan is available at www.tavlor.kl2.fl.us and copies are
available to parents at each school site;
* By grade, the number and percentage of all students in grades 3 through 10
performing at levels 1 and 2 on the reading portion of the FCAT;
* By grade, the number and percentage of all students retained in grades 3 through 10;
* Information on the total number of third grade students promoted for good cause,
by category of good cause as specified by law;
* Any revisions to the District's policy on student promotion and retention from the
previous year will be available online at www.taylor.k12.fl.us

Students Scoring as Level 1 and Level 2 on the Reading Portion of the
Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test(FCAT)


66 I 30%


26%


4 202 42 21% 66 31% 108 52%
5 219 42 19% 79 36% 121 55%
6 219 35 16% 55 25% 90 41%


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5 I 0 219 0%
6 6 1 219 0.46w%
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B-8 Back to School 2012 August 15, 2012


4-H Clubs cover a wide


variety of subject areas


The return of school also
means the start-up of the
2012-13 4-H Club year, with
numerous opportunities for
local youth.
The clubs available this
year include:
Cloverbuds: The 4-H
Cloverbuds Club is open to
youth ages 5-8 (must be 5 by
Sept. 1,2012). The club will
meet the fourth Tuesday of
each month. The first club
meeting will be held Sept.
25 from 3-4:45 p.m., at the
4-H office, which is located
at Forest Capital Hall. This
year the club volunteers
will be Le'Etta Land and
Dona Brady. Each month
the club will focus on a
variety of project areas and
activities.
Sewing Club: The 4-H
Sewing Club members will
learn more about clothing
construction, sewing
machines and related tools,
fabric selection, care of
fabrics and more. The first
club meeting will be held


Sept. 26 from 3:15-4:45
p.m., at the 4-H office. This
club will meet the fourth
Wednesday of every month
and will be limited to the
first 15 youth, ages 8 and
up, to sign-up. Club Leader
will be Lori Wiggins, FCS
Agent III.










Sharp Shooters: This
year, the 4-H Sharp Shooters
Club will learn more about
the sports of air rifle and
archery. Club leaders will
be Sharon Grantham and
Becky Strickland. To sign
up for this club, contact
Strickland at 295-4067. This
club will meet the second


and fourth Wednesday of
the month from 3:30-4:45
p.m. If you have questions
regarding this club, contact
Strickland or the extension
office.
Livestock Club: If you
are interested in any size,
shape or form of livestock,
this is the club for you. This
new club is being formed
for youth ages 8 and up
who want to learn more
about livestock. The club
will be led by 4-H Volunteer
Kathy Aman. The first club
meeting will be on Tuesday,
Aug. 28,' from 3-4:45 p.m.,
with the next meeting set
for Sept. 18 from 3-4:45
p.m. Each month the club
will focus on a variety of
programs that relate to
livestock.
For more about the Taylor
County 4-H Program,
contact the Taylor COunty
Extension Office at 838-
3508 or visit http://taylor.
ifas.ufl.edu/4h_home.
shtml/.


4-H volunteers
4-H officials are calling their recent volunteer training a success."We had 15 volunteers attend the
training seminar," 4-H Agent Abbey Tharpe said. "We discussed how to start a new club, what you
must do to be a club 4-H leader as well as the many different ways that you can volunteer within 4-H.
We have four new clubs that are being formed for the upcoming school year, horse club, livestock
club, "how to" club for teens and Home Educators League of Perry Co-op club. Volunteers shown
above are: (top, I to r) Kathy Aman, Teresa Coker, Brianne Hoover, Juliet Horner, Abbey Tharpe,
Cheryl Curry, Charlotte Thomas and Constance Bruns; (seated I to r) Helen Houck, Dona Brady,
Sara Yates and Anna Kimmell. Not pictured are Dana Schwab, Becky Strickland, Sharon Grantham,
Le'Etta Land and Theresa Crawford. If you are interested in a 4-H Club, contact Tharpe at 838-3508
or email abbeytharpe@ufl.edu.



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Point of Grace: 'Academics I 2snjmi


with a biblical world view'


Point of Grace Christian
School, an outreach ministry
of Crosspoint Baptist
Fellowship, has more than
130 students for the 2012-
13 school year, which began
this Monday.
Point of Grace is
accredited through the
National Association of
Private Schools (NAPS)
and is under the leadership


BACK ON TRACK
Continued from page 7
kids more balanced snacks
of a protein source (peanut
butter, string cheese,
gogurt, packaged soy
milk, almonds) with a
whole grain carbohydrate
(fig bars, whole grain
graham crackers, whole
grain goldfish, honey
wheat pretzel sticks) and/
or a seasonal fresh fruit
which will increase fiber
intake. These are also more
satisfying and filling.
Lunchtime. Foods like


of Eddie Pridgeon, pastor
of Crosspoint Baptist
Fellowship.
"Point of Grace Christian's
premier kindergarten
through sixth grade program
will provide your child
an excellent academic
foundation," Pridgeon said.
"With grammar, literature,
upper-level mathematics,
algebra, science and history,


fruit, bread, crackers and
juice provide carbohydrates,
whole milk, cheese, yogurt,
lean meat and beans provide
protein to balance kids'
meals. Fat is found in nuts,
peanut butter, meat and
some dairy foods. Providing
children a balance and
variety of these foods
will ensure they are well-
nourished and energized for
learning.
The key is to balance
nutrition with your child's
personal taste by getting
him/her involved in the
back-to-school lunch


Point of Grace Christian's
seventh through ninth grade
program will give your child
a solid foundation for their
future."
The school's sports
program includes flag
football, volleyball, soccer,
softball and baseball.
Formore information,visit
www.pointofgracechristian.
com.


preparation process to
reduce food waste. When
your children are involved
in the planning process,
they'll be more likely to eat
what is prepared.
If you're too busy to
prepare lunch you may
want to take advantage of
your school's cafeteria.
The school lunch is another
nutritious and economical
option for families. Take
a look at the school lunch
menu with your child and
decide which days your
child would like to eat the
school meal.


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13 First Day for Teachers
20 First Day for Students
September
3 Labor Day Holiday
October
19 Last Day of First Nine Weeks (44)
22 In-Service Day/ Student Holiday


November
19 23 Thanksgiving Holiday I
December
21 Last Day of Second Nine Weeks (39)
and Last Day before Christmas Holidays
January
7 In-Service Day / Student Holiday
8 First Day Back for Students
21 Martin Luther King Day Holiday
February
18 Presidents' Day Holiday
March
15 Last Day of Third Nine Weeks (47)


25 April 1 Spring Break


27 Memorial Day Holiday


4 Last Day of Fourth Nine Weeks (50)
and Last Day for Students
7 Last Day for Teachers


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