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A-4 Taco Times July 9, 2014 Living Taylor County beauties represented this community well when the 2014 Watermelon Pageant was held in Monticello. As previously reported, Stephanie English was named the Teen Miss Watermelon Queen. She is the daughter of Mark and Angi English of Shady Grove. Kate Whiddon, the daughter of Stan and Shona Whiddon, was named rst runner-up. Other participants, Marta Vargas and Arianna Pierce, are pictured above. In addition to her trophy as runner-up, Whiddon was commended for Best Attire and Best Hair. English won Prettiest Smile, Best Stage Presence, Miss Congeniality and the Directors Choice Award, catapulting her to the Teen Miss title. Both English and Whiddon, with other Watermelon royalty, presided over festivities during this years festival on June 14 which included arts and crafts, a Rotary Club barbecue, watermelon carving contests, a bed race, childrens theater, street dance and ghost tour. On festival day, a parade stepped off at 10 a.m. with a BMX bike exhibition and car show extending throughout the day, against a backdrop of live music. Both English and Whiddon are students at Aucilla Christian Academy. Taylor County adds flavor to this years Watermelon FestivalKate Whiddon, left, and Stephanie English Girl Scouts begin their search for Women of Distinction Do you know an extraordinary woman who has distinguished herself as an outstanding member of the community? The Girl Scouts of the Florida Panhandle are now accepting nominations for recipients of their annual Women of Distinction Awards. The women chosen for 2014 will join 110 women in the Florida Panhandle who have already been honored as Women of Distinction since the programs inception in 1998. All nominees will be honored during the Women of Distinction Awards Gala on Nov. 12, at 6 p.m. at the Florida State University Alumni Center. The awards recognize and honor the women in our community whose leadership and commitment inspire and make the world a better place, stated Raslean M. Allen, chief executive ofcer of the council. Nominees must live or work in Franklin, Gadsden, Jefferson, Lafayette, Leon, Liberty, Madison, Taylor or Wakulla County. The deadline for nominations is Aug. 15 at 5 p.m. Forms can be obtained at www.gscfp.org. Johnson Family Reunion is SaturdayThe Wash and Jerusha Johnson Family Reunion is planned for Saturday, July 12, at the Perry Womans Club at 11 a.m. A covered dish luncheon is planned. Paper products and ice will be furnished. Please bring old and new family photos to share.
A-5 Taco Times July 9, 2014 Go ye therefore... By SUSAN H. LINCOLN Managing Editor Churches in this community, regardless of denomination, have aligned their individual missions with global partners in faithand proceeded to the uttermost parts of the earth. In March, First Baptist Church sent Matt Robinson, Cathy Sherrer, Mancel Sherrer, Lee Wiles, Larren Murphy, Larry Wood, Sandy Duff and Kaila Padgett with Pastor Tyler Campbell to Guatemala to assist with clean-up, maintenance and painting of a new church plant. We also helped with a sports camp for children in the village of San Mateo, Campbell added. Our church also raised money to provide food baskets for families and stoves, which the team delivered and installed. Some of our team spent a few days at the base of the volcano, Pacaya. At this location, a camp is being built for students, teachers and pastors with the purpose of continuing local education. In June, First Presbyterian Church commissioned missionaries for service in Jamaica. Bob Bell made his 16th journey with JEMM (the Jamaican Ecumenical Medical Mission). He was accompanied by Kristie Harper, Brad Wilson and Emily Rouse who helped other members of the JEMM team provide medications and clinical care. We see a lot of high blood pressure, diabetes and people suffering from the impacts of hard work in the elements, Bell said. While many were administering medical care, another group built a house for a woman suffering from HIV. As Bell explained, individuals with HIV are ostracized from their families and this woman had been living in the outskirts with her children. The medical team saw 300-350 patients; the dental team served 300. Were not the only medical team which comes to the area, Bell said, but photographs underscored the warm welcome they received. These women came to the clinic, dressed to the nines. The churches we worked with fed us and the women even got together to bring their china from home. It was a sweet gesture. Chicken Foot Soup is among Bells favorites from the region, but Harper loved the mango trees just dripping with delicious fruit. In addition to a spectrum of antibiotics, the team brought school supplies for the children. The motto was unforgettable: Every child can learn; every child must learn. Also in June, First Baptist Church sent Pastor Campbell with Sandy and Benny Duff, Bonnie Sue Agner, ( Sheryl Ann Curles, ( Jordan Crouse ( and Haley Jones to New York City. Our team partnered with Salem Church for Hurricane Sandy relief. While we were there, we teamed up with Tunnels 2 Towers, a non-prot organization that was birthed in honor of a reghter who lost his life on 9/11. Please see page 8
A-6 Taco Times July 9, 2014 Religion Obituaries Robert Duane Sherck Robert Bob Duane Sherck Sr., age 57, died on July 4, 2014, in Tallahassee. He was born on Aug. 17, 1956, in Bellevue, Ohio, and moved his family to Perry in 2001, coming from Chieand. Mr. Sherck was a sign shop owner and operator for the past 15 years. He was a U.S. Army veteran and a Baptist. Survivors include: his wife, Alda Sherck of Perry; two sons, Kenneth R. Sherck and Robert D. Sherck Jr., both of Perry; two step-sons, James Loyd Fraser of Savannah, Ga., and Robert Fraser of Cross City; two step-daughters, Lorie Ramero of Williston and Karen Fraser of Lakeland; three brothers, Sam Sherck of Ohio, Randy Sherck of Chieand and John Sherck; and 10 grandchildren. Mr. Sherck was predeceased by his parents, Richard Sherck and Floanne Jones Sherck. The family will hold a memorial service at 4 p.m. on Thursday, July 10, at Beggs Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Jimmy Fletcher ofciating. In lieu of owers, contributions may be made to the family: 297 SW 1st Federal Rd., Greenville, FL 32331. Beggs Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Gloria C. KingstonGloria C. Kingston, 76, of Perry, died Sunday, July 6, 2014, at Doctors Memorial Hospital. She was born April 21, 1938, in Buffalo, N.Y., to Anthony and Josiphine (Sceletto) Chirico. Mrs. Kingston was a Christian and a Lutheran. She was preceded in death by her parents; her sisters, Josephine Cracchiolo, Mary Ludwig Lash and Anna Thompson; and a brother, Mariano Chirico. Survivors include: her daughter, Dawn Hathcock of Perry; a brother, Toni Chirico of Buffalo, N.Y.; her grandsons Jared White, Johnnie White and Jeremiah White all of Perry; and great-granddaughters Elizabeth White, Juliana White and Kaylee Ann White Whiddon, and greatgrandson Malaki White, all of Perry. Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, July 10, at Shiloh Cemetery with Andy Creel ofciating. The family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m. tonight, July 9, at Joe P. Burns Funeral Home which is in charge of all arrangements. In lieu of owers, contributions may be made to the family to help with expenses toward a permanent memorial in memory of Mrs. Kingston. Orval Clifford Crews Jr.Orval Clifford Cliff Crews Jr., 57, of Perry, died Thursday, July 3, 2014, at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital. He was born Nov. 10, 1956, in Valdosta, Ga., to Orval and Betty (Mathis) Crews. Mr. Crews was preceded in death by his father, Orval Clifford Crews Sr. Survivors include: his wife, Elizabeth Crews of Perry; his mother, Betty Crews; one brother, Johnny Clay Crews; his aunt and uncle, Linda and Alvin Cannon; and other family members. A memorial service was held at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, July 8, at Joe. P. Burns Funeral Home with Pastor Paul Nawlin ofciating. All arrangements were under the care of Burns Funeral Home.Bertha Bonnie Raulerson Bertha Bonnie Raulerson, 86, of Perry, died Monday, July 7, 2014. She was born March 9, 1928, in Perry to Joseph and Bonnie (Faircloth) Raulerson. She was preceded in death by one brother, Danny Leray Raulerson. Survivors include: one sister, Joann Flint of Ft. Myers; three brothers, Jerry ONeal of Punta Gorda, Joseph Teddy Raulerson and Dennis Rusty Raulerson, both of Perry; and numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Friday, July 11, at 1 p.m. at Joe P. Burns Funeral Home with Pastor David McMullen ofciating. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Cemetery in Perry. The family will receive friends Thursday, July 10, from 6 until 8 p.m. at Joe P. Burns Funeral Home which is in charge of all arrangements. San Pedro marks 134th year 134th anniversary for San Pedro San Pedro Baptist Church celebrates 134 years of service Sunday, July 13. The community is invited for morning worship at 11 a.m. with the Rev. Jacky Pettrey speaking. Dinner on the grounds will be followed by an afternoon sing featuring The Gospel Sounds. Slade to speak Sunday Trinity House of Prayer will host its pre-anniversary program Sunday, July 13, at 3 p.m. with Apostle Alonzo Slade and Potters House Ministries leading worship. For more information, please contact Minister Burnett at (850) 295-4089.Mens Day at Stewart MemorialStewart Memorial A.M.E. will host its annual Mens Day program on Sunday, July 13, at 4 p.m. Choir rehearsal for the Taylor County Brotherhood will be Thursday, July 10, at 6 p.m. All men are invited to come and sing; all churches in the community, and others too, are invited to Sundays Mens Day program.
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Daniel Everett, Dilan Clark, Anna Morgan, Karl Morgan and Ellie Morgan of First Presbyterian Church joined with seven others from First United Methodist Church to participate in a mission project in Orlando. IMPACT Ministries of Central Florida was founded in 1998 to give youth an opportunity to opportunities during both the spring and summer months. Now, youth from across the United States come together to accomplish home repairs and IMPACTs main purpose is to give young people an community with minor home repairs. IMPACT gives an opportunity for individual lives to be changed ...and teach all nations The bulk of the work was completed in homes, repairing hurricane damage. The remainder of our time allowed for us to assist in the ministries of Salem Church, Campbell said. We canvassed neighborhoods, engaged people in the public arena, and found popular places on Staten Island to share the gospel message of Jesus Christ. The conclusion and climax of the week was a celebration service on a Sunday morning. This was an outdoor service in a park near the church. Here, we had the privilege of watching 30-plus people be baptized. We then served the community lunch. This will be the second year that Jon Anderson has served on the staff with Youth Conference Ministries (YCM), traveling through the United States for two months to many of the Fun in the Son and The Great Escape events. Twenty-two people from Perry participated in the Hands & Feet mission in Haiti where the goal is to care for the worlds orphaned and abandoned with the love of Christ. This was Kendall Cruces fourth trip. When Dorie, Kellie and I were looking for a mission trip, we really loved the vision of the Hands & Feet organization. They dont just care for these children in Haiti to make them available for adoption. Instead, they want to give them proper schooling and as many opportunities as possible so they can grow up in Haiti and bring about the changes needed in their country, Cruce said. The Childrens Village houses 66 children and employs another 60 Haitians. They have house moms and nannies who are like real moms to these children. Others work in the kitchen, do laundry or construction. They want their workers to be Haitian so they can pay them a wage which will, in turn, help their families. When volunteers arrive, Cruce says their tasks are as varied as the individuals who make the journey. When Kellie went, she was a nurse so she did medical assessments. But we have done it all: bookkeeping, construction, painting, organizationwe usually work from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m., and then we have time with the kids, to play. The Cruces devotion to the Childrens Village (Dorie has made ve trips, and Kellie, three), has reverberated throughout Perry. We all come back and become advocates for this mission, she said. Currently, 18 children are being sponsored through our church (First Baptist). She wears a bracelet from a young boy and it reminds me to pray for him, she said. I know what prayer can do. Facebook updates keep her in touch. What we do for these children in Haiti is nothing; what they do for us is everything, she said. GO YE THEREFORE Continued from page 5 Pharmacist Bob Bell has made 16 medical mission trips, demanding considerable effort in ordering/supply for clinics.A-8 Taco Times July 9, 2014 Top left: the Haiti-bound group at the airport; right, Ashley and Heather Speas with new friends in Jacmel, Haiti.
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