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Index Editorial . .................. A-2 Living . ...................... A-4 Community . .............. A-5 Religion . ................... A-7 Sports . ...................... A-8 Classieds . ............ A-11Weather Wednesday 84 57 Thursday81 6020% Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1961 TacoTimes Wednesday October 29, 2014 50 One Section53rd year, No. 44www.perrynewspapers.com News Forum Sunday is the end of Daylight Savings TimeEveryone is reminded that Sunday, Nov. 2, marks the end of Daylight Savings Time, when everyone is asked to fall back and set their clocks back one hour. Daylight Savings Time ofcially ends Sunday at 2 a.m.Parents: learn more about new laptop project MondayParents of Taylor County School District students in fth, eighth and ninth grades are invited to attend a meeting at the Taylor County Middle School auditorium Monday, Nov. 3, starting at 6 p.m. Ofcials will discuss the Laptop Initiative project that will be launched next week. The project will be implemented at the elementary, middle and high schools within the district. Five face meth, gun charges The Taylor County Sheriffs Ofce arrested ve Taylor County residents, including a mother and her adult son, late last week on numerous marijuana, methamphetamine and weapon charges. TCSO Capt. Harper Gibson stated the investigation is on-going and said he could not comment on details surrounding the arrests. Booking records for the Taylor County Jail show the ve were arrested Thursday, Oct. 23. Rachel Blanton, 21, was charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent to sell, felony possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of more than 20 grams of cannabis; and possession of a rearm by a convicted felon. Glenda Cook, 63, was booked on charges of possession of methamphetamine with intent to sell, felony possession of drug paraphernalia, child abuse and possession of more than 20 grams of cannabis. Dustie Beach, 34, was charged with possession of more than 20 grams of cannabis, possession of a rearm by a convicted felon and felony possession of drug paraphernalia. George Cook, 38, faces charges of possession of methamphetamine with intent to sell, felony possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of more than 20 grams of cannabis and (two counts) possession of rearms by a convicted felon. Michael Ryan Padgett, 27, was charged with no valid drivers license, Lay-offs reported at Yates An unknown number of workers with Yates Construction, which services the local GeorgiaPacic Cellulose plant, were terminated last week. Sources indicate some 70 employees, mainly in ofce positions, were laid off; however, the gure could be as high as 150. Yates ofcials did not respond to calls from Taco Times staff as of presstime Tuesday. The lay-offs came on the heels of several site and employee changes announced for the mill. However, ofcials from both GP and Yates have declined comment. It has not been conrmed that Yates is re-locating its ofces from inside the mill site to a nearby ofce building that formerly housed Buckeye Community Federal Credit Union. Representatives from the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity stated they had not been notied of any large-scale lay-offs in Taylor County. Please see page 6 Glenda Cook George Cook Dustie Beach Michael Padgett Rachel Blanton With the 2014 General Election less than a week away, Taylor County residents can still early vote through Saturday, Nov. 1. The General Election will be held Tuesday, Nov. 4, and Supervisor of Elections Dana Southerland reminds voters--whether they are voting on Election Day or early in her ofce--to bring photo and signature identication with them. Early voting will be available each day from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. in the supervisors ofce, located on the second oor of the county courthouse. Southerland asks those waiting until Election Day to vote to make sure they go to their correct precinct. If you are unsure, the best thing to do would be to call our ofce and ask, she said. As of Tuesday afternoon, more than 1,280 local ballots had been cast by mail and more than 640 ballots cast in early voting, according to gures from the Supervisor of Elections ofce. Of those, 1,193 were cast by registered Democrats, 657 by Republicans and 78 by those registered third-party or no party. Real time turnout data is available online at www. taylorelections.com by clicking on Voter Turnout QuickView. Today (Wednesday) is the nal day to request an absentee ballot, which can be requested by calling the elections ofce at 838-3515 or online by clicking on the Absentee Request button on the ofces website. Absentee ballots have to Please see page 6Supervisor invites residents to Vote in honor of a veteran The Taylor County Commission is considering applying for a second Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) grant to help fund the construction of sidewalks along Old Dixie Highway, the scene of two pedestrian deaths in the past three years. Last year, the commission applied for funding assistance through the FDOT Transportation Alternative Program to construct a 1.53-mile sidewalk from Jefferson Street to Southside Park at Plantation Road. In April FDOT approved $328,000 for the project with no cash match required from the county, although work is not expected to begin until 2019 or 2020. FDOT Transportation Alternative Program applications are submitted ve to six years in advance, County Grants Director Melody Cox explained. She noted that FDOT provided additional funding to install street lights along the proposed sidewalk. Last week, the commission held the rst of two public hearings on a potential Transportation Alternative Program grant application to complete the Old Dixie Highway sidewalk from Plantation Road to Foley Road (CR 30). Please see page 6County pursuing grants for sidewalks along Old Dixie Hwy. Forest Life Thousands of people were in Perry Saturday, Oct. 25, for the 59th annual Florida Forest Festival, which organizers say was a wonderful success. (Top photo) World championship lumberjacks entertained audiences during three shows Saturday at Forest Capital State Park, with children able to join in the action during the Sports Camp. (Bottom photo) Smokey Bear, celebrating his 70th birthday, was Grand Marshal of the King Tree Parade, Perry. For more information about the festival, please see page A-3. residents to Vote in Honor of a Veteran this election cycle. Above, Southerland stands next to the Veterans Wall of Honor, located outside


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A-3 Taco Times October 29, 2014 Second Front In its 59th year, the Florida Forest Festival celebrated the Forest Life, with thousands of local residents and out-of-town guests joining together under the pines at Forest Capital State Park. The month-long celebration of the states forests and those who work and play in them culminated last week in what festival organizers are calling a wonderful success. The weather was perfect, Festival Board Member Dawn Taylor said. The music was great. We had more crafters than weve had in years. We had more students at the Heritage Day eld trips than ever before. We ran out of everything at the Worlds Largest Free Fish Fry. Although there is no exact estimate of this years crowd, festival organizers say they feel the total number in attendance was up from previous years. The festivities kicked off in earnest Thursday evening with the annual Fabulous Fireworks Display at Perry-Foley Airport. On Friday morning, more than 1,200 local students converged upon Forest Capital State Park for the Heritage Day Tours, during which they were able to interact with demonstrators detailing life before cellphones and television, listen to representatives from the Florida Forest Service talking about preventing forest res and watch expert lumberjacks showcase their skills. (For photos of the event, please see page A-5.) The festival moved downtown Friday evening, with the Strutt Your Mutt Dog Contest followed by the Kids Parade, which featured around a dozen homemade oats and costumes celebrating Forest Life. The parade also included Florida Forest Festival King and Queen Preston Denmark and Aubriana Vann, Distinguished Young Woman Jharmara Simmons and a bevy of state and Thousands celebrate Forest Life Please see page 6Trunk or Treat!Main Street Perry is joining forces with the Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce to host a Hallow-ing Good Time Halloween event Friday, Ocdt. 31. The chamber will kick off the festivities at 5 p.m. with its annual Costume Contest & Pumpkin Carving Contest. Awards will be presented for best costume, scariest costume, best group costume and best recycled costume. Families are then invited to stroll downtown for Main Streets Trunk or Treat event. Decorated trucks and booths will be giving away candy all around the courthouse square, including Main, Green and Jefferson streets. More booths are needed, organizers said. Please contact Feebee Houck at Photos, Frames & Trophies for additional information. Registration is required. Free cotton candy and popcorn will be given away; concessions (hot dogs, drinks and chips) will be available for purchase. This will be a pedestrianfriendly event, with Jefferson Street and side streets all closed to trafc (from Lafayette Street down to Ellis Street).


A-4 Taco Times October 29, 2014 Living Joshua Fowler, Tabitha Melson Melson, Fowler to marry on Nov. 15 Jerry Melson of Winter Haven and Janet Jackson of Shady Grove announce the engagement of their daughter, Tabitha Melson of Perry, to Joshua Fowler, the son of Wayne and Charlene Fowler of Perry. Local grandparents of the couple include J. L. and Phyllis Jackson of Shady Grove, and Faye Thacker of Dowling Park. The couple will be married Saturday, Nov. 15, 2014, at 3 p.m. in Calvary Baptist Church. A reception will follow at the Perry Womans Club. All family and friends are cordially invited to attend. What does the NFL have to do with Refuge House?Cynthia Monroe-Harris says any month of the year is a good month to remember that domestic violence should not, and will not, be tolerated. As interim program director for Refuge House in Taylor County and a longtime outreach counselor, Monroe-Harris knows this message deserves 12 months of attention. But during October, which is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Refuge House took its message to a younger group. Playing off all the problems within the NFL, we decided to use the Homecoming game at Taylor County High School to enforce the no tolerance message for our football players, students and their families. Athletes, she said, wore purple ribbons on their helmets noting the awareness effort, while volunteers distributed information to those attending the game. At the shelter in Perry, Monroe-Harris says toiletries are always needed (toothpaste and brushes, tissues and soap), as well as blankets, sheets and pillows. The weather will be getting cool soon and we need to be prepared. Although she observed a slack period for about a week and a half during October, we have eight now, she said, and that number will increase during the holidays. Much of her work is conducted at the 123 S. Washington Street ofce for individuals who just need counseling, support in court and that kind of assistance. You can reach her at 223-3981. The shelter is available for those who seek a safe haven. For that 24-hour helpline, please call 223-3555. As part of Octobers emphasis on domestic violence awareness, the Sandy Toes Red Hats presented Cynthia Monroe-Harris with a donation to Refuge House where she serves as outreach counselor, and currently as interim program director. Pictured with Monroe-Harris are Sandy Coleman, Mae Jean Holton and Elaine Richardson. Refuge House provides a safe counseling, as well as support during legal proceedings. Contact numbers are: 223-3981 for education and counseling, and 223-3555 for the 24hour crisis hotline. Cleaning closets? When youre cleaning closets, Kristy Anderson reminds you to please think of Cinderellas Closet. We offer special occasion dresses--including jewelry and shoes--to girls who need to nd that perfect dress. Interested persons should contact 843-4834 after 5 to schedule an appointment to shop.


A-5 Taco Times October 29, 2014 Community Heritage Day part in the annual Heritage Day tours hosted by the Florida


A-6 Taco Times October 29, 2014 possession of a rearm by a convicted felon, possession of cannabis with intent to sell and possession of drug paraphernalia. All ve remain in custody with bonds set as follows: George Cook, $71,000; Beach, $17,000; Glenda Cook, $46,000; Blanton, $46,000; and Padgett, $31,500. Glenda Cook was also charged with one count of child abuse; a three-year-old child was apparently in the residence during the time the alleged drug activity took place. The child was removed from the home and child services notied. According to records, Padgett and Beach lived in a shed on the property, located at 7680 Airport Grade. When deputies executed search warrants for the property, they discovered multiple items of drug paraphernalia along with rearms. It is anticipated FDOT District Two will award and divide $5 million between 18 counties for the Transportation Alternatives Program Fiscal Year 2021, Cox told commissioners last week. This is approximately $275,000 per county. A cash match is not required. If the project requires design, engineering and bidding services, FDOT will provide these services for a portion of the funds awarded. These funds can be used for the construction of off-road pedestrian and bicycle facilities, saferoutes-to-schools projects, trails, trailheads, walkways, and other applicable infrastructure projects, Cox continued. The county must own all right-of-way required for the project prior to grant application submission. Grants staff asks the board to consider requesting funding assistance for the construction of sidewalks from the comer of Plantation and Old Dixie Highway to the corner of Foley Road and Old Dixie. There was a second pedestrian fatality on Old Dixie Highway in January 2014. The proposed 2.8 miles of sidewalks would complete the Old Dixie Highway corridor. No one from the public spoke at last weeks hearing. The second and nal public hearing on the grant application will be held Monday, Nov. 3, at 6 p.m. at the Courthouse Annex on Green Street. In addition to the Old Dixie Highway sidewalk, the county was awarded funding in the 2019 cycle for the construction of a 0.79 mile sidewalk along Green Street from Arena Street to Howard Street for foot trafc arriving at and leaving Taylor County Elementary School. Additionally, the county is set to receive funding for a trailhead at the Keaton Beach Coastal Park, as well as a multi-use trail from the park to Dark Island. Both of those projects will help the county meet requirements set forth in the land acquisition grant they used to purchase the property on which the park was built. national forestry queens. Following the parade, everyone gathered for a 70th birthday cake for Smokey Bear, who was guest of honor for the festivities. The second annual Kids Fun Run featured around 100 participants, many of whom were dressed in costume in celebration of Halloween. The Gaslight Parade, featuring antique and classic cars, rounded the courthouse square before returning to Perry Square for a street dance. Meanwhile, back downtown, children gathered at Rosehead Parks Grand Pavilion for a series of scary stories to round out the night. (Photos from Friday nights events will be featured in Fridays Perry News-Herald .) Saturdays activities kicked off with the Great Race 5K Run, with the King Tree Parade beginning its procession down Jefferson Street at 10 a.m. The annual parade included the Taylor County High School and Taylor County Middle School marching bands along with colorful oats, freewheeling Shriners, polished log trucks, waving politicians, pampered queens and much more. Smokey Bear, continuing his birthday celebration, served as the Grand Marshal of the parade. The winning oats this year were: Grand Marshals Award, Point of Grace; Tree-Ric Award, First United Methodist Church; Most Humorous Award, Halloween Trail; Most Photogenic, Moonpie Princesses; and Good Neighbor Award, Springtime Tallahassee. (For photos from the parade, please see page A-10). Once the parade concluded its run, thousands of festival-goers descended on Forest Capital State Park, where the activities included the Worlds Largest Free Fish Fry, live music, more than 80 arts and crafts vendors, classic car show and lumberjack shows, along with chainsaw, crosscut saw and loader competitions. Taking the stage this year at Heritage Pavilion were The Grapevine, Band of Brothers, Cole Tomlinson and Southern Rain. (For photos from Saturdays events at the park, please see page A-12). Organizers said the board is expected to meet next week to go over this years event and begin planning for next year, which will be the festivals 60th anniversary. TAYLOR COUNTY PRECINCT LOCATIONS1 FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 302 N Jeerson St, Perry 2 T AYLOR TECHNICAL INSTITUTE 3233 Hwy 19 S, Perry 3 BLUE CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH EDUCATIONAL BUILDING 21028 Beach Rd, Perry 4 SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH 10400 Fish Creek Rd, Salem 5 STEINHAT CHEE COMMUNITY CENTER 1013 S Riverside Dr, Steinhat chee 6 SHADY GROVE ADULT EDUCATION & COMMUNITY CENTER 4225 Alton Wentwor th Rd, Shady Grove 7 JOHNSON STRIPLING RD VOTING HOUSE 3160 Johnson Stripling Rd, Perry 8 PACE UNION BUILDING UNITED STEELWORKERS 1878 S Old Dixie Hwy, Perry 9 FOREST CAPITAL HALL 203 Forest Park Drive, Perry 10 LAKESIDE BAPTIST CHURCH EDUCATION BUILDING 3111 Lakeside Drive, Perry 11 KELLY GRADE VOTING HOUSE 3239 Kelly Grade, Perry 12 PERRY SHRINE BUILDING 1050 Courtney Rd, Perry 13 JERKINS BUILDING 1201 Martin Luther King Ave, Perry 14 TAYLOR COUNTY SPORTS COMPLEX 1685 US Hwy 19 N, Perry be turned into the elections ofce by 7 p.m. on Election Day, Southerland said. If its mailed and we receive it after Election Day, it is not valid. Sample ballots have been mailed to voters throughout the county, and a sample ballot is included in todays Taco Times The only local candidate race features Taylor County Commissioner Pam Feagle, a Democrat, facing Republican challenger David Woods, for her District 4 seat. The ballot also includes a countywide Taylor County School Board referendum asking voters to consider renewing a 0.25 mill critical needs property tax for an additional four years to help cover increased technology costs. This would continue the existing .25 mill tax approved by voters in 2010. Other races which are on the ballot include U.S. Representative, Florida Governor, Florida Attorney General, Florida Chief Financial Ofcer, Florida Commissioner of Agriculture and U.S. Representative. The ballot also features three proposed amendments to the Florida Constitution on variety of subjects, including medical marijuana, water conservation funds and the appointment of judges. Southerland encourages people to vote this cycle in honor of a veteran. The sacrices our veterans have made on behalf of this great state and nation stand as examples that emphasize the need for us to take our responsibilities seriously, especially our right to vote, she said. The Vote in Honor of a Veteran program includes the Wall of Honor, which features photos of local veterans inside and outside the Supervisor of Elections Ofce. Veterans and family members of veterans who wish to participate in the program can submit a photo and complete a biography form--which can picked up at the supervisors ofce or online at the ofces website. All Taylor County voters are encouraged to vote in honor of a veteran, Southerland said. And its not necessary to be related to a veteran to vote in honor of one. Any registered voter in Taylor County can vote in honor of a veteran by remembering to cast your ballot during the election cycle. VOTE FOR A VETERAN Continued from page 1 Voters will see local, state races on the Nov. 4 ballot SIDEWALKS Continued from page 1 Additional sidewalks will fall in 2019 FDOT funding cycle METH, GUN CHARGES Continued from page 1Child removed from home FOREST LIFE Continued from page 3Plans underway for next years celebration marking the forest festivals 60th anniversary


A-7 Taco Times October 29, 2014 Religion Kansas Buck Young, 91, of Perry, passed away Friday, Oct. 24, 2014, at his home following an extended illness. Buck was born April 30, 1923, in Fort Pierce, FL, to Quincy Young and the former Ada Viola Tedder. He was of the Baptist Faith and was a founding member of Westside Baptist Church in Perry. Buck worked at Lee Tidewater Cypress as a rip saw operator for 15 years and built crab traps for more than 48 years. In his spare time he enjoyed shing, especially for speckled trout, coon hunting, cabbage cutting with his friend Wayne Sadler, riding in the woods, and just being outdoors. He was preceded in death by his parents Quincy and Ada Viola Young, and a brother, Ralph Quincy Young. Mr. Young is survived by his wife of 46 years, Lee Olif Carlton Young, of Perry; 1 son, Carlton Quint Young; two daughters, April Davis, and husband Mark, and LeAda Sadler, and husband Tony, all of Perry; three grandchildren, Daniel Johnson, Joshua Johnson and Jessica Solberg; three great-grandchildren, Emmalyn, Mabry and Bane Johnson; as well as a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. A memorial service will be held Friday, Oct. 31, at Westside Baptist Church in Perry at 5 p.m. with Bro. Tim McDonald ofciating. All arrangements are under the care of Joe P. Burns Funeral Home. Kansas Buck Young New Brooklyn celebrates centennial The Taylor County Board of Commissioners recently gave prominent mention to New Brooklyn Church which will celebrate its centennial anniversary on Nov. 9. As provided by Clerk Sarah E. Jones, the church history remembers: In 1914, New Brooklyn started out under a brush arbor on a dirt road. Today, New Brooklyn sits on the corner of three major highways in Taylor County. Most importantly, many souls have been saved and lives have been changed because of our continued of the church. James Locket serves as chairman of the Trustees Ministry while William Alexander is chairman of the deacons ministry. The church was remodeled in 1963 and again in 1989. Cynthia Hayride at New Home If youre looking for a safe and free evening of Christian fun, New Home Baptist Church invites you to attend its Fall Festival on Friday, Oct. 31, for children birth through sixth grade. The event will be held from 6-8 p.m. A hayride is planned, along with lots of games, arts and crafts. Food, fun and fellowship are promised. The church is located at 405 E. Hampton Springs Avenue. Trunk or Treat today Calvary Baptist Church is planning a Trunk or Treat fellowship on Wednesday, Oct. 29, from 6-7:30 p.m. Free pizza and refreshments will be served, along with exciting games, face painting and hay rides, said Kim Tharpe for the church. This year we are also adding a dunking booth which we will use to raise funds for our Haiti Missions trip in January. We have 11 church members making the roundtrip to Haiti so the dunking booth is donations only. The Calvary Youth Band will perform. First chili, then treats Tonight brings the World Famous Chili-Throw Down during Fellowship Supper at First Presbyterian Church. Chili entries should arrive at the fellowship hall before 5:15 p.m. Dinner will be served at 5:45 p.m. Following dinner and the presentation of the winners trophy, Bible studies and choir practice will follow. On Friday, Oct. 31, the church will hold its third annual Trunk or Treat from 6 p.m. until the candy runs out. Maybe youre better at ribs San Pedro Baptist Church will hold its annual Fall Festival on Friday, Oct. 31, with its rst rib grill-off from 5-7 p.m. The competition could be brisk, but youre invited to showcase your skills on the grill. This evening of food, candy, games and fun will have a fabulous ending with a hayride for the kids. The festival runs from 7-8:30 p.m. All are welcome. ObituariesRod BaumgardnerRod Baumgardner, 62, of Perry died Oct. 26, 2014, at his home in Perry. He was born Nov. 1, 1951, in Lake City, to Ted Baumgardner Jr. and Hazel Mae Baumgardner (Johnson). Mr. Baumgardner was a member of San Pedro Baptist Church. He owned and operated Baumgardner Well Drilling and Pump Service for more than 30 years. He attended Taylor County High School where he ran track and held several records for many years; he was also a star athlete on the Taylor County Bulldog football team. He was preceded in death by: his father, Ted Baumgardner, Jr., his brother, Wade Baumgardner, and his sister, Pat Poppell. Survivors include: his wife of 40 years, Shelia Ann Baumgardner of Perry; his mother, Hazel Mae Baumgardner; his sisters, Linda Houck and husband Edward of Dothan, Ala., Susan Barrett and husband Hugh of Tallahassee, Marlene Doyle and husband Frank of Keystone Heights, Karen Bodiford of Perry, and Kim Tanner and husband Bill of Keystone Heights; and a host of nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at Joe P. Burns Funeral Home today (Wednesday, Oct. 29) at 2 p.m. with Pastor Danny Lundy ofciating. Interment will follow in Pineview Memorial Cemetery. The family received friends from 6-8 p.m. on Oct. 28 at Burns Funeral Home which was in charge of all arrangements. Kansas Young Kansas Buck Young, 91, of Perry, died Oct. 24, 2014, at his home following an extended illness. He was born April 30, 1923, in Fort Pierce to Quincy Young and the former Ada Viola Tedder. He was a founding member of Westside Baptist Church in Perry. He also worked at Lee Tidewater Cypress as a rip saw operator for 15 years and built crab traps for more than 48 years. Mr. Young was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Ralph Quincy Young. Survivors include his wife of 46 years, Lee Olif Carlton Young, of Perry; one son, Carlton Quint Young; two daughters, April (Mark) Davis and LeAda (Tony) Sadler, all of Perry; three grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; as well as a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. A memorial service will be held at 5 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 31, at Westside Baptist Church with Tim McDonald ofciating. Arrangements are under the care of Joe P. Burns Funeral Home. Andy Curtis Jolley Andy Curtis Jolley, 48, of Perry, died Oct. 25, 2014. He was born Nov. 6, 1965, in Perry to James Curtis Jolley and Dorothy Virginia (Shiver) Jolley. Mr. Jolley was of the Baptist Faith. He was preceded in death by his father. Survivors include: his wife of 33 years, Melissa Collins Jolley of Perry; two sons, James Curtis (Beth) Jolley II and Anthony Travis (Alysa) Jolley, all of Perry; one granddaughter, Lylah Marie Jolley; sisters, Diane Cook and Angela Amon; brothers, Arthur Jolley and Willie Joe Jolley; and his mother Dorothy Virginia Shiver Jolley. Graveside services were held on Monday, Oct. 27, at 2 p.m. at Woodlawn Cemetery with Jason Holden ofciating. The family received friends from 1-2 p.m. at the cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to his family in his memory. All arrangements are under the care of Joe P. Burns Funeral Home. Its time for a Trinity honors pastor on third anniversaryTrinity House of Praise will celebrate the third anniversary of service by their pastor, Bert Hollis, on Sunday, Nov. 2, and the community is cordially invited to attend. Guest speaker for the occasion will be Pastor OHara Black with Pastor Reginald Bennett and the Holy Ghost Revival Center of Monticello offering songs of praise at 11:15 a.m. At 4 p.m., the celebration continues with guest speaker and overseer Pastor Greg James of Tallahassees Life Church International rendering services along with the mighty voices of The Williams Family Choir of Gadsden County. For additional information, you may contact Charles Reaves at (850) 295-5333 or Barry Grahams at (850) 5456437.


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