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Title: The County record
Uniform Title: County record (Blountstown, Fla.)
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Place of Publication: Blountstown Fla
Creation Date: September 21, 2005
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2005 M 99th Year, No. 3 M BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 M 50 CENTS


(Including Tax)


CRIME


Woman,

two teens

arrested for

burglary

BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
It took only three days for the
Blountstown Police Department
to nab three suspects in the bur-
glaries of two loca- businesese
Arrested were Regina Michelle
Raulerson. .31. Donald -Alen. 18.
and a 17-year-old boy. unidenti-
fied due to his age.
According to the BPD. Ofc
John Mallory was doing buiding
checks just after 4 a.m. last
Tuesday when he discovered the
front glass door of the Family
Dollar Store, located Inside the
Piggly Wiggly Shopping Center
on Central Avenue West. had
been busted out He also found
the dlass door on the King House
Restaurant next door was also
shattered. It appears nothing
was taken from King House.
however, a safe \was gone from
Family Dollar.
Major Rodney Smith of the
BPD and Major Roman Wood of
the Calhoun County Sheriffls
Oflice gained access to a parking
lot videotape and recognized a
white Che\v Blazer on the videoo
as one that belonged to Regina
Raulerson. The investigators
See BURGLARY, page 2



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HOMECOMING WEEK is set for Oct. 10-14 at Blountstown High School and one of the highlights will be
-the crowning of Mr. and Miss BHS. Homecoming king and queen finalists include (from left) Lyndsey
Wainwright, Arsenio Ivory, Courtney Bybee, Titus Overholt, Casey Glass, and Chance Attaway.
Coronation is set for Tuesday, Oct. 11 at approximately 1:45 p.m: in the BHS Auditorium;


STATE REGULATIONS THREATEN LONGTIME TRADmON



Too many rulspoil the srup


BY KELU PEACOCK
News Editor
A long celebrated tradition
' our region may soon be a
.thing of the past. STrup makers
accustomed to preparing their
delicious homemade batches
the old fashioned way are being
advised by state officials to
change their cooking methods
or shut down\ their operations.
The issue was the subject of
'a gathering Saturday morning
in the old Frink G\-m at the
Panhandle Pioneer Settlement:
in Blountstown. Each year. the
Settlement hosts a syrup day
at the old cane mill, serving
syTup made from sugar cane
grown on the Settlement farm.
However. the\ were recently
advised by. state agriculture
officials that the cooking and
bottling process is not up to


code.
Tommy Duggar. a longtime,
syrup maker in Liberty County,
has also been forced to make
several changes to his small
business.
"Tommy's been making
syrup about 25 years." Smith
remarked at Saturday's meet-
ing. "All of a sudden his facility
is not safe. They've come in and
told him he can't put' skim-
mings on the ground. This
skimnuini that comes off the
cane comes from the ground
and it's just another form of
composting."
Smith said Duggar was also
told to put in a water heater in
his facility. "When he already
has a 100 gallon :one sitting
there." Smith points out.
Duggar added. "You also
can't have a wooden bowl to
catch the juice. It's got to be


stainless steel."
Smith said he believes state
regulators simply don't under-
stand the mechanics of making
syrup. He invited officials from
the Dept. bf Agriculture to
attend Saturday's meeting so
they could explain some of the
requirements and discuss the
tradition of syrup making.
However, no-one from the state
attended.
Leslie Morales .of the
University of Flonda. Gadsden
County Extension Office. \was
on hand and discussed some of
the state requirements such as
sanitation and proper cooking
temperature which are part of
restaurant regulations.
Smith emphasized that most
s\Tup makers do what they do
because they enjoy it. "To start
with, they say we're crazy," he
remarked. "If you're breaking


even, you're doing good. Most
of us are. doing it for pleasure
and to preserve this tradition."
Attendees at Saturday's
meeting have formed a group
known as the Tri-State Syrup
Makers Organization. "We're
setting up another meeting and
hope to get someone from the
state to show up and straight-
en some of this out," Smith
tells The County Record.
Anyone interested in joining
the Tri-State Syrup lMakers can
contact Smith at 674-8055. He
is hoping the group will enable
synup makers to be informed
on issues such as this.,
"Anytime something like this
comes up, everyone involved in
syrup making needs to know
about it," Smith points out.
"We're sitting out here isolat-
ed."


em nalseconds 4-0

It wasa game:no'
Tiger fan will soon for-
get! The Blountstown
Tigers came from
behind in the last five
seconds of the game
Friday night to defeat
Vernon, 21-18. After
the seconds tickedoff
the clock, Tiger fans
swarmed the field,
celebrating with play-
ers and coaches.. For;
more highlights from
Friday night's game,
turn to pages 6 and 7
of this issue Way to
go, Tigers!!


6erbing 38.oun Ip-.nan cl OR Cony I 10


NEW FACIUTY

New BPD

to be built

on corner


of SR 20/71

BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
After years of talking, it
appears the Blountstown Police
Department is finally going to:
see some action. Their dilapidat-
ed police station is set to be
Replaced by a new facility at the;
corner of SR 20 and 71.
"At the last City Council meet-:
Sing, Mayor Deason said, 'Let's
get started,'" BPD Major Rodney'
Smith remarks. "We met with an
architect [Monday]."
Maj. Smith says plans are to:
model the new police station
after the existing City Hall. "We'll
use the same type of brick, the
same type of roof," he says,.
adding that they will also strive
to go along with the rivertown
theme for downtown with old.
fashioned lights like those ini
Magnolia Square Park.
According to Maj. Smith,-
8250.000 has been budgeted for;
the project. "We're trying to use.
inmate labor and hoping to:
make it 3000 square feet."
City officials will be making
decisions on the project at their
Oct. 11 meeting at which time a:
construction date will be set. As:
for the old building? Maj. Smith:
says. "It' needs to be demol-
ished."

BENEFIT


Car show


downtown


Saturday
For the third year in a row,
'the Calhoun County Sheriffs
Office is hosting a -Classic Car &
Street Rod Show" set for this
Saturday, September 24, in the
Calhoun County Courthouse
parking lot. All proceeds from
the event will benefit the
:Christmas for the Children"
project.
The event will be a top 40,
open show :that will be judged.
To enter your vehicle in the
show, pick up an application at
the Sheriffs Office or email
tshoemake@calhounsheriff. com.
Entry fee is $20 in advance or
$25 the day of the show.
Anyone wishing to receive one
of the Classic Car Street Rod
Show t-shirts can stop by ,the
Sheriffs Office or pick one up, at
the show. They sell for $10 each.


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The County Record,SEPTEMBER 21, 2005, Page 2


Events Investigated During the Past Week by BPD and CCSD


Suspect wanted in Fight leads to
Mossy Pond assault man's arrest for
apprehended Thurs. aggravated assault
Authorities caught up with a suspect A fight outside a local convenience
this week wanted for an assault that store ended in one arrest over the week-
occurred back in May. end.
Arrested was Clyde Ray Locke, Jr., Marcus Tyus was charged with aggra-
charged with two counts of aggravated vated assault in the case.
assault, battery, and child abuse. According to the Calhoun County
According to the Calhoun County Sheriff's.Office, Dep. Bliss Moreau
Sheriff's Office, Deputies Nick Keller and responded to a call from a home on Beck
Bliss Moreau responded to a fight at Lane in the early morning hours Saturday
Mossy Pond Landing on Memorial Day. and found Steven Fowler, 19, bleeding
Upon arrival, witnesses reported Locke from a laceration on the top of his head.
had left the scene in a pickup truck and Fowler advised he had been confronted
Dep. Keller tracked the vehicle down at late Friday night by Tyus at the Pit Stop
the intersection of Miller Road and Lake on SR 20 West. He alleged Tyus was car-
McKenzie Boulevard. However, Locke trying a small baseball bat and began
had abandoned the truck and was yelling obscenities at him. Tyus allegedly
nowhere to be found. stated that Fowler's father had "dug his
While a K-9 Unit from CaCI attempted grave" and he was "next in line." Tyus.
tp track Locke, deputies spoke with wit- reportedly threw a beer bottle at Fowler
nesses and alleged victims who reported as he drove away, striking Fowler on the
Locke was intoxicated and had spit on head, then allegedly remarked he was
Angela Renee Knight, his live-in girl- going to get Fowler's father.
friend. The two were reportedly arguing Fowler advised he proceeded to his
because Knight had told him not to drive father's house in Clarksyille, but Tyus
with his daughter while he was intoxicat- never showed up.
ed. Gamaliel Perez advised he walked Authorities were unable to locate Tyus
over to help calm Locke down, however, Saturday, however, he appeared at the
as he approached, Locke allegedly pulled Sheriff's Department Sunday and gave
a knife from his pocket. Several other his statement, alleging that he was
people at the landing reportedly ran to the attacked by Fowler at the Pit Stop.
area to prevent further problems. Perez Tyus was booked into the Calhoun
said Locke eventually put the knife away County Jail and remained in custody at
and he was able to talk with him, howev- press time.
er, Locke soon became enraged and
pushed Knight, causing her to fall down. Traffic stop ends
At some point, Locke allegedly
grabbed his young daughter's arm and in arrest of man
roughly placed her in the truck. After
Locke allegedly pushed Knight down, the on drug charges
child reportedly began screaming and
several witnesses rushed over to get her A routine traffic stop ended in the
away from the scene. When Locke real- arrest of one man on drug charges.
ized the child had been removed from his Adam Tucker Shiver, 21, has been
vehicle, he allegedly produced the knife charged with possession of less than 20
again and began threatening several grams of marijuana and drug parapher-
people, reportedly pushing a' man down nalia.
and telling a woman he would ram her According to the Calhoun County
van with his truck. He allegedly began Sheriff's Office,. Dep. Eddie Dalton pulled
revving his motor as the woman stood in Shiver over Tuesday night on Hwy. 71
front of his pickup that was parked next to North for speeding. He immediately
her van full of children, detected the odor oi burrn marijuana and
The CaCl K-9 unit was unable to track Dep. Chris Porter arrived with K-9 Ascoto
down Locke and a warrant was issued for assist. After Asco gave a positive alert to
his arrest. Authorities located him last the odor of narcotics, a search of't'e
Thursday and he was booked into the vehicle was done, revealing a clear pla-
Calhoun County Jail. He was released tic bag of marijuana behind the driver s
Friday after posting a $2000 cash bond. seat, several burnt marijuana roaches in









SBlountstown Tiger fans have until .
October 3rd to sign up for seats on a
' charter bus to Tampa f6fthe October
7th game with Tampa Berkley Prep.
There are 54 seats available
Sat $33.00 per seat.
S If you're interested please call coach
S Bobby 'Johns at 237-2391 or Marleen
Attaway at 209-6561.









Sept. 12: Billy Ray Ivory vioiaiicn or probacton Russell Blue, violation of proba-
tion/Hernando Co.; Stephanle Jordan, vioariion ot prc:obaiion!Bay Co
Sept. 13: Charles A.. oxwell,.writ of anaichrneni violatin oi county probation,
Adam Shiver, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana; Regina Rauierscn, child abuse
Sept. 14:.Mark Guilford, DUI, violation of state probatliorn M.lanhew Speighis, bat-
tery; Connith Morris, failure to appear in court
Sept. 15: Jody Parker Crisp, larceny over$300, forgery, uttering a forged instru-
ment; Kenneth Peterson; violation of state probation; Clyde R. Locke, Jr., aggra-
vated assault, battery, child abuse
Sept. 16: Regina M. Raulerson, principle to burglary; Donald R. Allen, burglary;
Daniel Swearengin, domestic battery; Damian Peres, resisting arrest without vio-
lence
Sept. 1,8: Marcus.Tyus, aggravated battery
The above individuals were booked into the Calhoun County Jail over the
past week. Although they have been charged wifh a crime, they are consid-
ered innocent until proven guilty.





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an ashtray, two packs of rolling papers,
and two pipes.
Shiver was booked into the Calhoun
County Jail and given a conditional
release the following day.

Woman arrested for
forging checks stolen
from her stepbrother
A Blountstown woman is behind bars
for allegedly stealing a checkbook from
her teenage stepbrother, then forging one
to a utility company.
Arrested was Jody Parker Crisp,
charged with larceny over $300, forgery,
and uttering a forged instrument.
According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, Crisp's stepmother con-
tacted authorities after her son discov-
ered unusual activity with his checking
account and then realized his checkbook
was missing. A bank statement revealed
a check had been written to Gulf Coast
Electric Cooperative for an August.elec-
tric bill and credited to Crisp's account.
Following further investigation, Crisp
was booked into the Calhoun County Jail
and remained in custody at press time.


A LARGE GROUP OF SYRUP MAKERS gathered at the Panhandle Pioneer Settlement to discuss state regula-
tions affecting their businesses.


Burglary suec nabbed
Burglary suspects nabbed I


located Raulerson at Boyd Street
and she was taken to the
Calhoun County Sheriffs Office
for questioning. During an inter-
view, she allegedly stated she.
Allen, and the teen had driven to
Ramsey Piggly Wiggly to get a
soda., She said she let Allen and


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County Residents,
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things made car shopping a big headache
for me:
Haggling for the best price
Having to come UP with $2000 to. $3000
for a down payment, taxes, title and tag


the boy out and drove away.
Allen and the teen were also
questioned and gave a recorded
statement advised they had both
entered the Family Dollar and,
removed a couple packs of t-
shirts anid socks. They also
reportedly admitted to entering


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SRaulerson was charged with
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THE COUNTY RECORD
P.O. Box 366, Blountstown, FL 32424
$21.00 in Calhoun & Liberty Counties
$26.00 Elsewhere
Robert A. Turner
Publisher/Editor/Advertising
Sharon Turner
Bookkeeper/Circulation
Kelli Peacock....News Editor
Somehow, largely through the Grace of God, devoted loyalty, and
the vast pride on the part of many people, The County Record has
never missed an issue.


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The County Record, SEPTEMBER 21, 2005, Page 3


Free event for families and friends



Peanut Boil at Settlement


The Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement, a nonprofit organiza-
tion dedicated to the preserva-
tion of rural life in the Florida
Panhandle, announces its Sixth


Annual Peanut Boil.
.The event will take place on
Saturday, Sept. 24, starting at
5:30 p.m. CT until. There is NO
admission fee.


At the Settlement, it is the tra-
ditiqn to boil the new peanut
crop in an 80 gallon kettle above
an open fire, in front of one of our
historic cabins. The front porch


Charles Jenkins elected alternate delegate to...


American Angus Convention


Charles R. Jenkins of, Altha.
has been elected as an alternate
delegate to the 122nd Annual
American Angus Association
Convention of Delegates,
November 14 in Louisville,
Kentucky, reports John Crouch,
executive vice president of the
American Angus Association.
Jenkins, a member of the
American Angus Association
with headquarters in Saint
Joseph, Missouri, is one of 345
Angus breeders who have been


elected by fellow members to
serve as an alternate state repre-
sentative to the annual meeting.
Representing 45 states, the
District of Columbia and
Canada, the state delegates will
participate in the business meet-
ing and elect new officers and
five directors to the American
Angus Association board.
The annual event is held in
conjunction with the annual
.:banquet and the Super Point Roll
of Victory Angus show, November


12-15 during the North American
International Livestock
Exposition.
The American Angus.
Association has more than
34,000 active members 'and is
the largest beef breed organiza-
tion in the world.


is used by local musicians that
play country music and tradi-
tional folk tunes. Gather around
the open fire and listen to the
picking of local musicians.
Whether you are a musician, a
boiled peanut connoisseur or
just looking for an event with
"folksy flavor", come on and join
us. Soft drinks will be available
for sale. Folding chairs are pro-
vided, but you may want to bring
your own lawn chair.
The Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement is located in Sam
Atkins Park, off Hwy. 20 West
(Silas Green Road), 1.2 miles
west of Blountstown. Maps and
directions are available on our
website at www.panhandlepi-
oneersettlement.org.


Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Blackburn and Ms. Dresa
Barfield are proud to announce
the final wedding arrangements
of Marissa Blackburn and John
Barfield of Blouritstown.
The ceremony is scheduled for
Saturday, September 24, at First
Baptist Church Li BlountstLcwn


at 6 p.m. The reception will fol-
low immediately at the home of
Ms. Dresa Barfield located at
20084 NW Evans Avenue,
B1Iu ntstol\n.
All friends and family mem-
bers are limited to attend this
s pecil occas-on


Chris f..-pher Hayes (Tater) Brdcewell and Jessica Michelle Ward


Ward, Bracewell will


speak vows Saturday


Nlichael and Michelle Ward 'of'
Altha, and Jim and Paula
Bracewell of .Blountstown are,
proud to announce the final wed-
ding plans of their children,.
Jessica Michelle Ward to
Christopher Hayes (Tater)
Bracewel .


Thie '.eddinl \till be an event
of September 24. 2005 at'.5:00
p.m. (CT.I at the \ T. Neal Civic
Center \it.h a reception following.
No local in\itations are being
sent, but all farniul and friends
are invited to attend.


'Southwell Reunion
The Southwell Reunijon will. be
held Saturday. September 24thi
at the Altha Community Center.
All family and frends are invited




Record
,....


Deadline is
iMonday at Noon


to come, bring your favorite coyv
ered dish and enjoy the fellow-
Sship. Dinner will be served at
1,1:30 a.m. For more information
call Patricia Godwin at 674-1230
or Annette Johnson at 674-2021.
Hanna
:The grandchildren of Daniel
and Lula Hanna invite any
Hanna familymembers to attend
the reunion on Saturday,,
October 29, .at Four Mile Creek
Park in the Carr Community The
reunion \wll begin at 10 a.m.
\ith lunch at 1 p.m. Please bring
a dish or two and any old photos


Prices etleclive thriLugh September 30. 2005
._' .. .. .


Portable T
5" B&W TV
with AM/F~M Radio
3- 'Way Power
Car cord, AC adaptor
(batteries not included)
While Supplies Last
Limit one per customer


Baby Contest. &"->
Beauty/Model Search
America's Cover Miss .--
&-Cover Boy, .SA

Aga Divisions
Girls: Birth-1lmo, 12-23mo, 2-3yr, 4-6yr, 7 9yr
0..12yr, 13-15yr, 16.25yr, Boys- brlnh-23mo & 2-3yr
Don't Miss Out! Call today to
qualify to win a $10,000.00 bond!
This Could Be You!
$10,000.00 Bond Winner
Entry torms available at Civic Center Office
Choose the location nearest you
Oct. 23, 2005 -W.T. Neal Civic Center
Blountstown
Register: 1:30 p.m. Contest begins: 2:30 p.m.
For information or a brochure call or visit our website at:
www.floridacovermisscom or Email: covermiss@aol.com
(850) 476-3270 or (850) 206-4569


32" Stereo
TV
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John Barfield and Marissa Blackburn


Blackburn, Barfield


will wed Saturday


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I Deadline Monday.Noon]


REUN10,NS






The County Record, SEPTEMBER 21,2005, Page 4


OB]ITUARIE


MICHAEL SCOTT FOLKS
Mr. Michael Scott Folks, 39, of
Bowdon, GA, passed away
Wednesday, September 14, 2005.
Michael was born November 7,
1965. He was a Project Manager
with Coca-Cola and was a veter-
an of the Gulf War (U.S. Army).
Michael's mission statement fdr
himself was, "I really want to
become more involved in giving
back..." Michael backed this
statement by participating in
Habitat for Humanity, planning
and organizing the MS150, plus
many other activities.
He is survived by his wife,
Patty Folks, of Bowdon, GA; a
son, Zachary Folks, of Bowdon,
GA; a daughter, Heidi Folks, of
Grand Ridge, FL; a stepdaughter,
Olivia McDaniel, of Bowdon, GA;
a stepson, Thomas McDaniel, of
Bowdon, GA; his parents, Jimmy
and Patsy Folks, of Blountstown,
FL; a brother and sister-in-law,
Donnie and Lisa Folks, of
Jacksonville, FL; several aunts,
uncles, nephews and nieces.
The funeral service was held
Monday, September 19, at 2:00
PM in the Rosehaven Chapel at
Rosehaven Funeral Home in
Douglasville, GA. A memorial
service will be held on Saturday,
September 24, at 6 p.m. CT at
the Blountstown Church of God
off Hwy. 20 at the corner of 20th
Street and Ninth Avenue.. A fam
ily visitation will fUllow in the
church fellowship hall.
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to The Michael S.
Folks Children's Trust Fund, c/o
Patricia Folks, SunTrust Bank,-
102 W. College St., Bowdon, GA
30108 or any SunTrust location.

HHidden Treasures
by
Ryan
SMcDougald '-- .

Temptation
Text: 1 John 2:15 & 16
A young boy was saving his money to
buy a baseball bat. He was having a hard
time because he kept spending his
money on other things.
He decided to call upon the Lord. He
prayed, "O Lord, please help me save my
money for a baseball bat. And, God, don't
let the ice cream man come down this
street!"
We all face temptations. Even Jesus
Christ faced temptation. but never yield-
ed. Sin is not being tempted Sin is yield-
"Sirr, 'hs sequences It is a captive
that binds and destroys. It has a certain
charm and allure at first, but in the end sin
brings pain and suffering. The alcoholic
didn't intend on staying so drunk that he
couldn't keep a job when he took his first
drink. The chain smoker dying with lung
cancer didn't intend to smoke himself to
. death The pornography addict didn't
S intend on losing his lob gazing at the first
porn site at work
Like it or not, believe it or nor, we are
ll in a battle over our souls. There is a
being in the spiritual realm who is out to
destroy your life He is very wise and very
Strafty. He destroys your lile by deceiving
you into thinking that sin is O K. and that
it doesn't hun anyone
Satan is not the opposite of God.
Satan is the oppose of Micnael, Ihe
archangel. and he does have power You
can overcome his power by accepting
Christ's forgiveness of.your sins and
Sallowing His Spirit to have control ol your
Life It will also help you to know how your
Senemy operates
John teaches that Satan will attack
you through the "lust of the flesh lust of
Sthe eyes, and the pride of life (KJVI"
Over the next few weeks, we will study
each of these so we can learn to see.
temptation coming
Ryanh cDouga!d is a h/ceaseq,
ordarPed Free W4l Baptt ,I nc'ser #ost-
ing B'/e study in the nome. For more
informa;cn. ca' 674-6357.


NANCY JUANITA MOORE
Mrs. Nancy Juanita Moore,
84, of Hosford; passed away
Sunday, September 18, 2005, in
Blountstown.
Mrs. Moore was a native and
life long resident of Hosford and
was a homemaker. She was a
member of the Hosford
Homemakers Club and of the
Methodist Faith.
Survivors include one son,
Glenn Moore, and his wife, Gyll,
of Hosford; one daughter, Phyllis
Moore, of Crawfordville; six
grandchildren; and one great
grandchild.
Funeral services were held at
11:00 AM EST Tuesday,
September 20, from the grave-
side of Hosford Cemetery with
Brad and Monroe Peddle officiat-
ing. Interment followed." '
Adams Funeral Home was in
charge of the arrangements, ph..
643-5410 and online at
www.adamsfh.com.


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Gospel sing to benefit
Katrina victims Sept. 23
A Benefit Gospel Sing for the
disaster victims of Hurricane
Katrina will be held Friday,
September 23, 7:00 p.m. at the
Blountstown High School
Auditorium. Featured groups
will be The Faithful Trio,
Gateway Messengers, Vessels of
Clay and others.
Items will be collected for the
victims of Hurricane Katrina at
the event such as: diapers,
wipers, sanitary napkins, toilet
paper, soaps, shampoos, tooth-
paste, toothbrushes, wash
clothes, towels and other toi-
letries, baby bottles; bottle
brushes, brushes and combs and
a Love Offering to be taken.
Please bring no perishable items!
All donations and monetary
proceeds will be delivered to the
victims by Rev. Thomas Adams
and others.


Nkcp xu
In YourHeart Glory Hill Holiness
n Yurreart revival begins Sunday
Shv Rpv: R W Waterman


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Divine Warfare
II Corinthians 10:4
Jokingly we sometimes call young
grandchildren a demolition derby They
zoom through the house in their walkers
rolling. over everything in their path,
including the dog and grabbing anything.
at their level. Shelves have to be cleared
and doors watched. Banging doors is
such fun!
'Our grandchildren's motivation is
adventure, curiosity, and learning. God
gives them parents and grandparents to
watch over them and keep them safe
from themselves and the potential dan-
gers around item
Satan has his own demolition team,
but remember God is' our divine demoli-
tion. He pulls down strongholds of evil
and sin that we cannot do anything about.
He has not left us on our own. He is our
Heavenly Father and He watches over us
and cares for us.
I guess my problem is often that I look
at the person who is causing me trouble
instead of the spiritual warfare that is
involved. I must learn to look beyond the
person and see the evil Satan is trying to
bring about. I must pray for the person
and I must pray for myself. If I practice
God's principles, He is able to turn the sit-
uation around in spite of my irritated, hurt.
feelings. I must not join the enemy and
allow Satan io get a foothold in my life in
any way.
This is not always easy to do, but it we
stg .5Got hl o gh raV r d i theI
re .i j' 'r isv d .-it"will l TiSt ible
Th'e rmnr. w pri,_i.e I. h, princi'pl.Fe Th
more readily we will be able to do it the
next time.
I remember a T-shirt that said some-
thing like, "Get down on your knees and
-fight like a man!" That is what spiritual
warfare is all about.

Blood drives at

CaCI, Shelton's

Trucking, Oglesby
The Southeastern Conmmunit
Blood Center will be bringing
their mobile unit to Calhoun
County this month, making it
more convenient for area resi-
dents to donate blood.
The mobile unit will be at
Calhoun Correctional Institution
on Wednesday. Sept. 28. from 7.
a.m. to 1:30 p.m. It \\il be at
Shelton's Trucking on Thursday.
Sept. 29 from 8 a.m. to noon and
at Oglesby International mi Altha-
that afternoon from 1 to 3 p.m.
The public is encouraged to
stop by these mobile units aind
donate!


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Glory Hill Holiness Church
will begin revival with the
Evangelist Bobby B'r' nt
Sunday, Sept. 25, at 5 p.m.
Services will continue Monday-
Friday at 7 p.m. nightly.
The church is located five
miles north of .Clark-ville on
Hwy. 73. Come and enjoy camp'
meeting style preaching, singing.
and music.: For, more informa-
tion, call 762-8301.

Dr. Wilson will speak
at Men's Day program

A Men's Day program is
planned Sunday, Sept. 25, at the
Church of God of Prophecy in
Bristol at 4:30 p.m. ET.
Guest speaker will' be
Reverend Dr. C.L. Wilson, pastor
-of St. Mary's Mijssionary:Baptist
Church in Blountstown. All are
invited to attend.

Gospel sing will feature
Gateway Messengers
New Harvest Fellowship
Assembly of God announces its
omnthly... spel .si., o
..Stember24.. at- 6
p.ri. feali: rint the' c G'calewa'
Messengers from. Blountstown
and other local singers.
The church .is located two
miles north of Wewa on Hwy. 71.
For further information, contact
Bro. Bob Davis at 674-8447 :or
Bro. Eddie Causey at 639-6191.

Prayer Chainers Pastor
Anniversary continues

:The Prayer Chainers Mission
of God's Pastor's Anniversary will
concliude with the following serv-
ices: I
Wednesday night. Sept. 21, at
S6:00 Bishop Newby. Pentecostal


Deliverance Faith Temple, Inc.,
Cottonwood, AL; Elder Rosalyn
Wilkerson, United Faith
Ministries, Inc., Parker, FL;
Bishop Richard Ash, First
Mission, Tallahassee; Pastor
Nether Shaw, Holy Community
Church, Quincy; Pastor Lertha
Yhapp, Chattahoochee.
Thursday night, Sept. 22, 6:00
- Bishop Willis Raines, Sr., New
Jerusalem Church Sneads
Community Church, Sneads;
Bishop Alexander, Victory
Temple, Panama City; Minister
C.J. Whiteside,, Mother's In
Crisis, Tallahassee'.
Friday night, September 23,
6:00 Pastor Garland, House of
Praise, Port St. Joe; Rev. Evelyn
C. Wilcox, Greater Mt. Sinai
A.M.E., Sinai, FL; Elder Carlton
Cotton, Foundation Temple,
Marianna.
Saturday night, Sept. 24, 6:00
- Minister Sammy Peters, Victory
Temple Church of God in Christ,
Bristol; Elder Freeman, United
Pentecostal Deliverance;, Pastor'
Barbara Hall, Love and Concern


Ministry, Graceville; Pastor
Wilhelmenia Swanson, Port St.
Joe; Rev. R.C. McGriff, New Hope
M.B. Church, ,Blountstown;
Pastor Elder Kathy Peterson, Full
Gospel Tabernacle, Eufaula, AL;
Rev. Charles Ash, St. James
Missionary Baptist Church,
Sycamore Community; Family of
Truth, St. James, Sycamore
Community.
Sunday afternoon, Sept. 25,
3:00 Mrs. L.J. Edwards &
Group, Chattahoochee;: Pastor
White, Love Center, Apalachicola.

Pastor will be honored
at Abe SpringsBaptist
Pastor Appreciation Day will
be held at Abet Springs Baptist
Church on Sunday, Sept. 25.
Sunday School will begin at 10
a.m. and Morning Worship will
begin at 11 a.m. We will honor
our pastor during the morning
w orship service. A covered dish
dinner will be held in the fellow-


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Assembly of God Church WORSHP E:
SPastor, Charles Royals ,wn:av u 8:00AM 11:30
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Morning Worship ..11:00 AM Blotst FL 850-674-5747 email: info@i'ivert.oxichuch.info
Evenifi\\orship...5:01.1 PMi OBluntstOu n, FPL, ..
Wediesdad Semice...":on0M P 850-674-4331 Website: wwwriverto\wnuchurch.info

Meaningful Bible Study....................... 9:45 AM
SExciting Worship................................ 11:00 AM St. Mary Missionary
Bible Study & Worship......................6:00 PM
Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study..........6:30 PM Baptist Church
Pastor Tom Stallworth r16345 SE River Street. Blountstown, FL
LocatedtWo blocks south of the intersection Highay 20 DR. .L. WSON. PASTOR
L 850-674-8716
and Main Street in Blountstown
SF- B "We Minister To Needs Without Magnifying Faults".
ir st Ba pt ist Churc'h Sunday School- 9:30 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM
S. Prayer and Bible Study Wednesday 6:30 PM
S Helping people following the footsteps of Christ General Mission & Brotherhood 2nd & 4th Saturday 10 AM


REJOICE! RENEW! REACH OUT! SOUTHSIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD
r with
Blountstown United Methodist Church 15164 SR 71 South, Blountstown, Fla.
n n M SUNDAYS WEDNESDAY
A Plhce Where We, Sunday School 10:00 AM Bible Study 7:00 PM
REJOICE in God's Grace, RENEW our hearts in God's Love and LARRY WHITE Morning Worship 11:00 AM Kidz Jr. Bible Quiz 7:00 PM
REACH OUT following the example of Christ PASTOR Children's Church 11:00 AM
20500 Central Ave. West 850-674-8254 482-4825 Evening Worhsip 5:00 PM wwwdtappscom/southside/
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For Information on Placing Your Church in the Directory, Please Call 674-5041


ship hall following the morning:
service.
Everyone is cordially invited to!
come and be a part of this special!
service as we celebrate Pastor:
Allen Pitts' birthday and Pastori
Appreciation Day..For morei
information, call 674-4376.
i
Pancake supper for
Katrina victims planned
A pancake, supper to benefits
Hurricane Katrina victims will bei
held Tuesday, Sept. 27, from 51
p.m. until at Oak Terracer
Mennonite Church int
Blountstown. I
The supper will include pan-
cakes, sausage, coffee and juice,
all free of charge. A love offering
will be taken with proceeds going
to the Mennonite Disaster
Service to assist victims of
Katrina.
Everyone is welcome to'
attend. The church is located off
SR 20 West at 16970 NW 22nd'
Street.






The County Record, SEPTEMBER 21,2005, Page 5:


BY JESSIE M. EHRICH
ChamberStaff Assistant


Happy "4th" Birthday
RA'SHON PETERSON!!
R.:a'Shon Peterson celebrated
his fourth birthday on September
14th, He is the son of Mr; and Mrs.
Shon Peterson, His grandparents
are Cathy and. Henry Bess,
Columbus Jackson, .Mary
Peterscn and Freddie Peterson.
Great-grandparents are Bessie
and James Gatlin, Beatrica
Moore, Mr. and Mrs, Nenleemah
Peterson -.and the late Ed and
Juanita Ivory. Godparents are
.Chandra Jones dnd Donnie.
Donalason,' Ra'Shon has one big
sister. Kondis Garrett,who he loves.
verv much.
Ra Snon celebrated his birth-
doy with a party given to him at
Speights Fomilyr Dva Care Center.
and at Chruckie Creese A'tnh
family and friends
He loves spending tirre vithr his
cousins and pla, ing with his
ninioture Cninuahua, Tina that
vent missing on his birtrdlav
SRa'Snon would like to tank
Spelgnts Family Day Core for the
party that they gave him


Happy "3rd" Birthday
Ellisa Van Lierop!!
Elliso Van Lierop turned 3 eors
old on February 9 2005. She lives
in Georgetown. Texas vith her
Mommy and Dodd,. Johann and
Jennifer Van Lierop and her little
brother Jace She is the grand-
daughter or Debbie Van Lierop
and the late Joe van Lierop and
the greot-grandaougnter of
Howard and _Jeonette Johnson
and Carlton and Morilyn Van
Lierop and the late Ann Van
Lerop Elliso enloys playing with
her brother and attending pre-
school each morning '.vith her
friends

Cats' Cuisine

open Sept. 29,

three seatings
The Institute of Culinary Arts
at Atha Public School invites you
fo dine at Cats' Cuisine
Thursday. September 29th.
; There will be three seatings.
11:15. 11:40 and 12:30 p.m. The
mnenu will include Grape Salad
With Lime Vinaigrette. Italian
Herbed ,Breadsticks, Ricotta
Stuffed Chicken. Steamed
Asparagus. Amaretto Mousse
Cheesecake. Plates are 86.00
each.
SPlease RSVP no later than
September 27th by calling Altha
School at 762-3121 or fax 762-
9502.


Happy "3rd" Birthday
Summer!!
Summer Rayne Stone turned 3
years old-on September i2th She
is the daughter of Nick and April
,Stone of Clarksville.
Grandparents are Teresa and the.
late Larry Lee of Clarksville Ben
Stone of Dead Lakes me late
Harlan Reddick' of Bristol and
Donna Osborne of Blountsto.wn.
Great-grardparents are the late.
Nick and Lucille Demnont of
Clk:rKille. Nadine and the late
.Ben Stohe of Kinarci Rufus and'
Katie Reddick o( Bristol and
Eirzabetn. and the late Harr,
Osborne of Blountstrowi. '
Sunmmrer enio, going tor Nan s.
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.Georgelot.'n. lexas Orn January,
29, 2005. He is the son of Johann
and Jennifer Van Lierop and the
grandson of Debbie Van Lierop
and the late Joe Van Lierop
Great-grandparents are Howard
and Jeonette Jonnson and
Carlton and Marilyn Van Lierop
and the late A.nn Van Lierop.
Proud aunts are Johanna and
Louren van Lierop Jace was wel-
comed home by Dig sister Eliisa


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Erica Wilson and Brian rieal are
proud to announce the birth of
their son. Hunter Allen born
August 25 2005 at 12 55 p m at
Gulf Coast Medical Center He
weighed pous7ouS nces ora
was 21-3/4 inches long
Grandparents are Roay and Judy
Wilson and William and Heather
Neal.


Membership Meeting
At last Thursday s Chamber
membership meeting, Richard
Williams. Executive Director of
the Chipola Regional. Workforce
Development Board gave a very
informative .presentation about
their recently received Workforce
Development Grant for training,
purposes.
The two scholarships now
available to employees of manu-
facturing or construction compa-
nies are the Choice* Scholarship
which is up to $1,000 (50%.
match required from employer);
and the Premium' Scholarship
"which is: up to 82.000 (25o'.'.
match required from employer).
Brochutires about the scholar-
ships are available in the display
shelves at the Chamber's office.
SMi. Williams .explained that


Torreya Garden Club mem--
bers met at the County
Extension Building Monday.
September 12th at 6:30 p.m.
with 1st VP Jessie Mae Price pre-
siding.
Jessie ,Mae welcomed the
members and visitors Sandra
Parrish. She reported that
President Jessica Bowden was
attending an out-of-town
Conference but would return
next week.
Alice Williford. gave the devo-
tion. She quoted, "I believe in the
sun even when it does not,shine:
I believe in love even when it is
not shown; I believe in God when
He does not speak." She closed
with a prayer.
Delicious refreshments were
served by Hostesses Jessie Mae
Price and Merle Weeks. The but-
fet table. with its green and white
colr i cheme. i-,n[plid Ith-
appeutte,,with -its array of "good-
ies" includlffgr,-green punch.
Everything was so good!
Then. Jessie Mae presented
an intriguing program on Ferns.
It's amazing how many varieties
of ferns irow locally. She dis-
played and discussed some from
her yard: Leatherleaf, Boston.
Holly. Foxtail. Tree. Asparagus.
Fishtail. Maidenhair. and
Staghorn. She stresses that

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cookout Oct. 1
Come out and enjoy a good ole
Smoked Boston Butt or Smoked
Chicken dinner along with good
ole gospel and country music for
Carr-Clarksville Volunteer Fire
Department's annual fundraiser.
The event will be held October
1. beginning at 5:30 p.m. at the
Carr Elementary School. Plate
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will be things to do for young and
the old along with a drawing for a
New Barbecue Grill and a Yard
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monies the Workforce receives
will be spent somewhere in
Florida and that Calhoun County
employers should take advantage
of this wonderful opportunity (or
risk loosing it to another areas)
of Florida). He further described
some of the services that his
agency provides to employers;
i.e.. assistance to local agencies
in. firing. screening. arid inter-
Sviewing employees,. For more
information, 'contact the One-
Stop Career Center near you.,
The phone numbers are
Blountstown (850) 674-5088;
Marianr4a (850) 718-0326, and
Chipley at (8501 638-6089.
At the same meeting, Ed
Richards and Kim Stone. of
United Way of Northwest Florida,
gave a brief presentation about
donations from Calhoun County.
Most of the money donated by
Calhoun County will be used in
Calhoun County (except for a


ferns need shade, regular water-
ing. and fertilizer.
Brenda Stallworth won the
door prize a potted Staghorn
Fern.
Then, the Club's \earbooks
were distributed. The attractive
handbooks had been designed
and prepared by Pres. Jessica
Bowden. They contain a wealth
of valuable information. We love
them: Thank you. Jessica!
Jessie Mae announced there
will be a Work Day Saturday,
October 8. to plant the 100
amaryllis bulbs the Club pur-
chased to be planted at the Yon
House. Everyone .is asked to
attend the "dig in".
The next meeting will be
Monday. October 3, at 6:30 p.m.


minimal administrative percent-
age). The video that was shown
was heart wrenching. If you
would like a United Way presen-
tation' for your organization,
please contact the Chamber for
details, or contact Kim Stone at
1-800-707-8740 or www.united-
waynwfl.org.

Annual Membership Dues'
The Chamber will send invoic-
es to active members soon for
annual dues. Our fiscal year
begins October 1. 2005. If you do
not receive an invoice within the
next two weeks. please contact
the Chamber. If you are not a
Chamber member and receive an


invoice by mistake, please con-r
sider joining us. We look forward,
to serving you as. your. NEW;
Calhoun County Chamber of
:Commerce. .
"3rd Annual Classic Car &
Street Rod Show"
Don't forget that the Calhounr
Cdunty Sheriffs office is hosting
a special event to raise money for,
Christmas for the Children."The,
event, 3rd Annual Classic Car &
Street Rod Show," will be held at
the Calhoun County Courthouse
parking lot. Saturday. September
24th. Please contact the
Chamber for more information or
drop by the Chamber's office to
pick up information.


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The County Record, SEPTEMBER 21,2005, Page 6


With only five seconds to spare...


Tigers conquer


The Blountstown Tigers
pulled a rabbit out of their.-hel-
mets Friday night resulting in
one of the most incredible victo-
ries ever witnessed at Bowles
Field. Senior tight end Clarke
Purvis pulled down a desperation
pass from Michael Guilford' on
Fourth down at Vernon's one yard
line with the Tigers trailing 18-15
and only seconds remaining..
After being ruled short of the
-.endzone on their ,first effort,
Guilford spiked the ball to, stop
the clock with 5 seconds remain-
irig. On the following play,
Guilford found a small gap and
Sdove into the endzone with .9
seconds left in the game to claim
a 21-18 district victory for. the
Tigers.
Many of the 3,800+ fans
stormed the field after the kickoff
to Vernon ended the game! Fans
and players hugged and took a
joint sigh of relief as pulse rates
slowly but surely returned to
normal.
"We tried and tried to give
Vernon the game. I made some
mistakes that cost us some
penalties that almost cost us the


Sometimes they say II is beer to be
lucky mtan goc.d'h Thank goodness that
was true Friday night Although I know
we are a good football team, we did need
some luck to pull thal one off
I have never seen a team from the
coaches on down try to give a game
away so hard. We dominated the statis-
(cs with Blounistown having 407 yards of
offense and Vernon only 162 We had
ehe football for 20 minutes of the second
iall and Vernon had it for four minutes.
Vernon only rag opn play,,n )hne entire
M~ira quarter and'thaT.was.a.sale, y wni' n
.ate uS 2 ponl-. i VV i en 1riad mrr re
passing yards than they did and they led
the panhandle in passing yards.coming
mnto he game The only place we did not
dominate the game was on the score-
Board unlonunately for us. that is the
enly place mIat really counts
S Mistakes by myself almost cost us the
game mistakes by the players almost
cost us the game some tough calls by
pie officials almost cost us the game, and
pure old bad luck almost cost us the
game But in'the end. we lound a way to
rin. That is what made me the most
SProud of our team Friday night Under
he most dire pressure possible, we
never quit We drove the ball 80 yards in
[ess man three minutes and made an
tnbelievable play on founh down and
four to set up the winning score One
thing is for sure. it was a game that was
well worth the price of admission.
I want to take a moment to recognize
Ihe play of several of my players Irom
Friday night It is always easy to sit in the
elands and criticize kids when they don't
Inake cenain plays. It is just as easy as
a coach to stand on the sidelines and
Inake those same criticisms But when
you are on the field in a game like that
one was. sometimes kids do beer than
ie realize I want to commend Michael
Luilford lor finding a way to gel a win
ihter not playing his best game Michael
did a great lob of leading our team on an
10 yard, game-winning drive, in less than
three minutes He was pressured all night
and asked by myself to make more plays
}han I usually ask ol him. He responded
-by making two great plays at me end to
eit us n he endzone I am very proud of
fi-s leadership
S I also want to recognize Clarke Purvis
ind John Lockhan, who made unbeliev-
eble catches to give us two scores
tiarke's catch at the end of the game
yas the game-winner and John made
-one earlier in the night to set up a score
Both of these young men came through
big lor us
SI want to recognize the hard running
of Chance. Corey Silcox, and Arsenio
ivory Together they combined for almost
300 yards rushing and pounded the life
out of Vernon for tour quarters
I want to especially recognize my son,
,Chaz who has it tougher than any other
.player on our team I was on him all
week because he had to block their all-
,state nose man and I knew that was
:going to be the difference in us winning
*the game or not. Not only did he and our
.wo guards, Eric O'Bryan and Ricky
Sable block him, they dominated him to
the point that Vernon moved him to tack-
le to get him Iree so he could make more
plays.
Finally, I want to credit our defense
imtrh holding Vernon to less than 100
: yards passing and only 162 yards total
offense e Our defense only gave up one
touchdown and did a good job keeping
Sheir offense in check The only negative
things I saw Friday night were that when
-the player trom Vernon picked up the
lumble and ran it back for a score many
yi our players never chased him That
v;as'disappointing to see their lack of
,ffort at that point Also, we need to
Remember that we have won 18 regular
eason games in a row and 22 out of the
jast 23 total When we win, it is exciting
Sbut we need to act like we have been
here before and not show poor sports-
nanship Those are things that can be
,corrected and do not take away from the


game and we made some mis-
takes that proved costly. We're
getting better every game and we
have things we have to improve
on if we want to reach our goals,"
coach Bobby Johns said
Monday.
The Tigers improved to 4-0
overall and 1-0 in district play
while remaining at number 2 in
the state class 2B polls.
Coach Johns shared some
comparisons to last \ear's team
after four games. "!After four
games last year we were averag-
ing 340 yards of offense per
game. This year after four games
against stronger opponents.
we're averaging. 358 yards per
game: Defensively, last year we,
allowed 140 yards per game
through the first four. This year
we've even up 190 yards per
game. We've outscored our oppo-
nents this year 120-55. Take
away a fumble recovery returned
for a touchdown. a kickoff
returned for a touchdown.... and
our defense has allowed only 34
poLnts this season." Johns point-
ed out.
Vernon had some big boys


great win we had
Finally I want to taKe a moment to
thank all of our fans that stayed all the
way through and were there to support us
when we needed it Our fans are amaz-
ing and some of the best in the state. You
are the reason many times that we are
able t1 lind the desire to come away with
big wins like the one Friday night.
It is a shame Ihal one of our fans
found it necessary to harass our quarter-
back and some ol our other players
Sthruqug out thbegame This.one.sucht(an
ieeds .oasl himselei f i he can do better
undr.r the pressure our k.1r were under in
thatballgame. It is cur players who: are
on the practice field three hours a day, in
the weight room three hours' a day all
summer and in the weight room six days
a week during weightlitting season Irying
to give us a chance to win This person


with good speed bit the Tigers
were still able to rack up 401
yards of offense and dominate
the clock. Mistakes in the red
zone and turnovers' kept Vernon
in the game. The Tigers ran 66
plays to Vernon's 35 and had the
ball for 33:35 compared to
Vernon's 14:25.
Blountstown had 291 rush-
ing yards and 110 passing yards
compared to Verno,'s 85'rushing
yards and 77 passing yards. On
paper. the game should not have
been close. '
The Tigers enj6oed a day off
Monday with an open date Friday
night before hosting Leon the
following Friday night. Fans
looking for footbap action this
Friday night could travel to \\'ewa
to watch former Tiger coach Greg
Jordan and his 3-0 Gators tangle
with their in county rival Port St.
Joe.
Blountstown opened the
scoring on their first possession
after Chance Atta\%-ay recovered a
fumble at Vernon's 34.
Quarterback Michael Guilford
connected \with Gai-r Reed for 30
yards and a touchdown. Jacob


is welcome to come' and spend Ihose
same hours and be a part of our program
if he chooses to but if he does not. we do
not need his ridicule of our players No
one takes mistakes and poor play to
hean any more than our players do and I
hope everyone is proud of the way they
nave represented Blountstown High
School over the past three seasons I
can promise that they will continue to
strive to make everyone in this communi-
ty proud.
,e Wope thpis t ie as we preparL
' io; ei. tob.crc.imet.t.,,tpwn nexr Friday
night Leon is the second winiingest pro-
gram in Florida and a yearly 4A playoff
team. Our undefeated season will be in
great danger when they come to town
and we need everyone in the stands
cheering louder than' ever. we hope to
see you next week. GO TIGERSI!f!!!!I!!f


The results of the September
17th Fast Track at Tri-State Off
Road Park were as follows:
Street Legal Consistency
1st pl -Lee Flowers'
2nd pi -Andrew Shortt
3rd pl Justin Stall
4th pi Joey Wise
Consistency
1st pl -Jimmy Mathes
2nd pl -Chad Flowers
3rd pi wendell Tolbert
4th pl Doug Crane
Open
1st pl Noah Dillard
2nd pi Ricky Beck :
3rd pl Donnie Peak
4th pi Keith Shields
Street Modified
1st pl Chad Flowers
2nd pi -Pastor Jason Lowery
3rd pi Gator Parker
4th pl Matt Ulrich
Sand Drags ;
3 & 4 Wheeler


Vernon,


Williams booted the PAT and the
Tigers enjoyed a 7-0 lead.
Vernon got their first score
early in the second period after a
44 yard drive ended with a 6 yard
run. Ryan Baker blocked the
extra point to keep the Tigers on
top 7-6 which stood thru half-
time.
After some costly mistakes
and penalties .an impressive,
Tiger drive ended, on the Vernon
one \ard line when Guilford was
stopped short of the goal line on,
fourth down. On Vernon's first,
play. the Tiger defense shot thru
the line and tackled their' run-'


ningback in the endzone for a
safety. The Tigers were on top 9-
6 and Vernon had to kickoff to
the Tigers.
Early in the fourth quarter
with the Tigers driving. Guilford
was -sacked and fumbled. A'
Vernon lineman scooped up the
football and stumbled 80 yards
for a touchdown. Coach Johns
said he planned to discuss with
histeam on Tuesday their lack of
effort to chase down the stagger-
ing lineman who took 15 seconds
torun the 80 yards. After miss-
ing their second PAT. the Jackets
were back on top. 12-9.


S1-18


The Tigers responded with a
good drive but faced a fourth
down arid one at the Tiger 48.
Guilford make a good fake on the
veer and raced 52 yards for a
touchdown. After a personal foul
penalty ,on the, run. Williams
missed the long PAT. but the
Tigers were back on top. 15-12.,
S Vernon responded with a 66
yard drive capped off by a one'
vard touchdown run. For the
third time, the extra point' kick
failed but Vernon was back on
top; 18-15 with only 3:47'left on,
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It's not over til the final whistle blows


Tigers' cont'd


the clock.
After a good return by
Jonathan Lockhart the Tigers
took over at their. own 32. Good
runs by Corey Silcox, Attaway,
Arsenio Ivory and Guilford. the
Tigers moved' goalward with
screaming fans shouting encour-
agement and counting off the
seconds on the clock. On fourth
down from the Vernon 30 yard
line, according to coach Johns,
Guilford was trying to get off a
pass to Lockhart who was open
in the back of the endzone.
However, Guilford was under a
heavy rush and had to get the
pass off just to avoid a sack and
the game would have been over.
Clarke Purvis and two defenders
all appeared to have jumped to
soon as the ball came down, but
Purvis somehow stayed in the air
long enough to pull the ball into
his arms at the one yardline. It


was probably the biggest catch
ever made at Bowles Field.
With no timeouts, the Tigers
got to the line and ran a play.
The side .judge threw up his
hands to signify a touchdown but
his colleagues in the pileup spot-
ted the ball inside the one.
Guilford rushed to the line and
spiked .the football to stop the
clock at 5 seconds. Guilford
found enough space to dive into
the endzone for the winning
score.
It was truly'a miracle win for
the TigersI!
Guilford had a big night for
the Tiger offense rushing for 92
yards and two touchdowns on 17
attempts. He also completed 6, of
11 passes for 110 yards includ-
ing one touchdown and one
interception.
Attaway led the, Tigers'


ground attack with 96 yards on
20 carries followed by Corey
Silcox \ith 57 yards on 10 car-,
ries. Arsenio Ivory 'added '42
yards on 7. carries.
Garry Reed had two catches
for 35 yards and a touchdown.
Attaway had two receptions for
22 yards. Lockhart had one
catch for, 24 yards. And of
course, THE catch,,,Clarke
Purvis for 29 yards.
Ryan Baker and Corey Silcox
led the defense with 11 tackles
each. Jamie Willis had 9 tackles
followed by Attaway with 8.
Titus Overholt .had 7 tackles fol-
lowed by Eric O'Bryan and Ivory
with 6 each.
It was truly a team
effort...and a miracle! Living tes-
tament to all future Tigers...IT
AIN'T OVER TO THE FINAL
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Eric Anderson is captain


Golf team tees off


BY JOSEPH DANIELS

The BHS Golf Team has
finally teed off a new and
exciting season. Last
Thursday,- the team went up
to the Florida Caverns Golf
Course and competed against
Grand Ridge and Wewa.
Despite a strong effort by
team captain Eric Anderson
(who scored the second best
score of the day) and newcom-
er. Nic Myers, the team was
unable to come away with the
victory. However. Coach Scott
Bontrager is pleased with
what he sees. "We have good
leadership from Eric and co-
captain Kyle Russell for the
younger players to look up to
and learn from," he remarks.
"It also helps that we have the
full support of Athletic
Director Bobby Johns who
recently approved the pur-
chase of Nike bags and shirts
for all players. His support,
and the support of the rest of
the school, is very important
to these young men."
The next match was sched-
uled for Tuesday, Sept. 13th
when the boys and girls teams
were set to travel to Port St.
Joe to play PSJ and Wewa.
Details were unavailable at


press time.
The varsity team includes
seniors Joseph Daniels and
Kyle Russell, and sophomores
Erik Anderson and Carlos
Hall. returning for the 2005
season. On the Golf Team
there are also four new J.V.
players that show a lot of
potential. They include Senior:
Nick Myers, Junior Nic
Tomlinson; Sophomore Josh
White. and Fresimian Ryan
Frye.
Coach Bontrager is real
excited about the upcoming
season and thinks the boys
are going to do really well.


J. V Tigers defeat Chipley, 33-0





Final game Thursday


BY COACH BOBBY JOHNS

Last Thursday, the JV Tigers
won their third game of the year
with a 33-0 win over Chipley. It
was a great game and one in
which our boys really showed
improvement. There were some
great plays and the fans who
attended the game really were
able to see some exciting football.
Offensively, Malcolm Ivory had
a breakout night. He scored
three touchdowns on runs of 15,
2, and 32 yards. He showed great
vision and great speed. Christian
Smith scored on a 4 yard touch-
down run and A.K. Fain scored,
on a 2 yard run. Jared Lilly
played a very good game at quar-
terback and Ronnie Van Lierop
had a great catch for a big play to
open the game. Wesley Newsome
graded out the highest on the
offensive line, which is getting
better every week as a unit.
Defensively, the leading tack-
lers were :A.K. Fain with 10,
Dillon Burke with 7, and Brad
Terry, Nic' Hauversburk, and


Demarco Johnson each with 5.
Jared Lilly had 4 tackles, one
caused fumble and one intercep-
tion. Heath Bailey'had an inter-
ception and Brad Terry, Matt
Vincent, and Lance Clemmons
each had a fumble recovery.
It was a great win for the
Tigers and brings their record to
3-1. Their final game of the sea-
son is this Thursday night at
Freeport at 6:00; This is the last
chance to see them in action this
year. I know it is a long trip, but
it would be great to have a big
crowd follow them in their final
game. These kids are the future
of BHS football and we need to
support them as much as possi-
ble. We hope to see you at the
game. GO TIGERS!!!!!!!!!


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Lady Cats win two;



will travel to LCHS


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor

? It was two up, two 'down for
Sthe Altha Lady Wildcats last
Week as they defeated Vernon
Iand Sneads.
"We dominated our oppo-
,'nents." says Coach Mary
,McClellan. "I am very pleased to
see us improve and step up to
.'play quality volleyball."
, The Lady Cats traveled to
.Vernon last Tuesday and
'brought home a 25-15, 25-17,
-25-17 win.
S Mary' Mclntosh provided 1:3
points, six kills, and an ace. Joy
Capp., brought in six points. five
killi.. 'n ace. and a dig .Angela
Byler contributed seven points,
15 assists, and a dig. Tory
Lipford and Sylvia Bodiford had
five points a piece. Cherie Hires
brought in two points, two kills,
and two aces. Ashley Adkins had
three kills and Brooke Lee had
three points.
The J.V. team also chalked up
a 'in. defeating Vernon :25-9,
21-25. 15-3. Taylor Shelton led
with 14 points, followed by
SKristin Yon with eight and
Tammy Johnson \\ith six. Ashley
Smith had four points, Loni
Johnson had three. Megan
Wiltse had two. and Jessica,
Smith chipped in one. .
Sneads came' ..to town
Thursday and the Cats sent
them packing \ith a score of25-.
15, 25-20, 25-19.
McIntosh brought in nine-
points, an, ace, six kills, aid .a
block. Tory Lipford contributed
11 points and, an ace. Capps
slammed down eight kills and
Adkins had seven, plus three
blacks. Bodiford offered eight
points. Hires added six points, a
kill, and one assist, while Byler
had five points; an ace, 21
assists, and a dig. Kathryn
Nichols chipped in a point and
Tiffany Betts added a kill.
The J.V. Lady Cats also came
out winners, soundly defeating
the Lady Pirates, 25-18, 25-9.
Jessica Smith led with 11, fol-
lowed by Yon with 10. Hannah
Waldorff brought in seven,
Shelton had four, atid Ashley
Smith had three. Tammy
Johnson and Caitlyn Bruner
added a point a piece.
"We've turned the corner, but
still have a long road. ahead,"


Calhoun Correctional
Institution will. host a 3-D
Archery Tournament on
Saturday, Sept.. 24. Registration
begins at 7:30 a.m. with a start
time of 8 a.m.. The entry fee is
$20 and the public is welcome to
attend.
Shooting class will be "free-.
style bowhunter" and the course
will consist of two rounds at var-
ious distances. Trophies and/or
prizes will be awarded for the
first, second, and third place
winners. A bonus target will be
offered at $5 a shot with the win-
ner receiving 50 percent of the
bonus money.
Official rules and regulations
can be found at www.NFAA-


Coach McClellan remarks. "I
expect to see continued improve-
ment."
In junior high action, the Lady
Cats traveled across the county
to Blountstown :Middle School
Sept. 9 for a doubleheader and
fell, short in both matches.
In the first game, 'the A team
lost 15-25, 24-26. Rebekah
Wiltse led with nine points for
Altha.
The B team was also defeated
by BMS, 12-25, 20-25. Heidi
Bailey and Terria Rogers led with
six points a piece. Savannah
lMcCroan added three points and
Brianna Attaway-had two points.
e"'eh'Jr' High Lady Cats trav-
elie.d to Sneads Sept. 12 and lost
a double header.
In the first match, the A team
lost 23-25, 25-20, 11-15.
Rebekah Wiltse led with seven
points, followed by Courtney
Harris with six. Priscilla Hunt
had an ace and a service point.
Kara Bremer added another
service point.
The B team lost their match.
18-25, 25-23. 13-15. Shayla
Chason led with 12 service
points. Terria Rogers ;and Heidi
Bailey added two points a piece.
Savannah. McCroan, Ariel
Robinson. and Brantley Lee each
chipped in a point.
The junior high Lady Cats
faced Vernon the following day,
with the A team winning 25-22
and the B team also chalking up
a win, 25-13..
SThe A team was led by Sierra
Chason with five service points
and an ace, followed by Lindsey
Doyal with four service points
and Rebekah Wiltse with an ace.
Ariel Robinson led the B team
with six, senice points and an
ace, followed by, Savannah
McCroan with four service points
and Catie \'illiford with an ace.
The win put the junior high
team's record at 3-4..
The varsity, J.V. and junior
high Lady Cats hosted Vernon
'Tuesday (details unavailable at
press time). The J.V. and varsity
squads will travel to Liberty
County Thursday with game
time at 4 p.m. CT for J.V., fol-
lowed by varsihi at 5 p.m. They'll
host Bozeman Tuesday with
matches at 4:30 and 5:30 p.m.
The junior high squad will host
BMS Friday with game time at 2
p.m.


archery.org.. Proceeds from the
tournament will be used to buy
targets for the archery team. ,
For more Information, contact
Sgt. A. Yon or Olc. T. Sykes on
second shift, Ofc. R. Barber on
third shift, or Sgt. J. Whitfield on
first shift at 237-6500 or Suncom
775-6500.


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The County Record, SEPTEMBER 21,2005, Page 9,


After over 21 years in U.S. Navy...



Lt. Tony Read retires


Lt. David A. "Tony" Read
retired from the United States
Navy on Sept. 23 after more than
21 years of service. Read was the
Assistant Officer in Charge at the
Naval Support Activity Panama
City.
Lt. Read took charge of the
Port Operations Dept. when NSA
PC was first established in
October 2003, where he oversaw
the third busiest port in the
Navy's Southeast region, with
180 ship movements during its
first year. Read represented the
activity on numerous military,
governmental, and civic commit-
tees including the State of
Florida's Military Family
Transition Group, and utilized
his Navy experience and surface
warfare knowledge in playing an
integral role in the commission-
ing of the USS Momsen (DDG 92)
in Panama City in 2004.
As the Assistant Officer in
Charge of NSA PC, as well as the
head' of Command
Administration, he was responsi-
ble for managing the day-to-day
operations of more than 300 mil-
itary and civilian employees and
a budget of more than $1.2 rhil-
lion.
Read enlisted in the Navy in
1984, and served as an
Electrician's Mate until his com-
missioning as an ensign in 1995.
He had been stationed in

Children's Coalition
will meet Friday at,
Neal Civic Center
The Calhoun County
Children's Coalition will meet
Friday, September 23, at 9:00
AM CDT at the W.T. Neal Civic
Center,in Blountstown.
We have some work ahead of
us, let's take our coalition to the
next level!

Weight loss support to
meet, Shelton Library
Slimmer Weighs, a weight loss
support group, meets each'
Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the
Shelton Park Public Library.
For more information, call
209-1431.


LT. DAVID A. "ToNY" READ


Panama City, Florida's then-
named Naval Coastal Systems
Center from 1990-1992, where
he was selected as the Naval Sea
Systems Command Sailor of the


Year in 1991.
Read's other assignments
included the USS Preble (DDG
46), USS John Rodgers (DD 983),
USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67)
and the Military Entrance
Processing Station in Charlotte,
NC. His awards include the Joint
Service Commendation Medal,
Navy and Marine Corps
Commendation Medal with two
gold stars, Navy and Marine
Corps Achievement Medal with
four gold stars, Meritorious Unit
Commendation Medal and vari-
ous other unit and personal rib-
bons.
Read isa graduate of Madison
County High School, Madison,
FL, and Florida State University.
He is married to the former
Michelle Howell of Bristol, FL.
They have a son, Ridge, 15, and
a daughter, Brooke, 12. Upon
retirement, he plans to work as
an operations officer in his fami-
ly's businesses, Twin Oaks
Juvenile Development and
BooktheDream.com.


Clarksville woman earns

$15,000 for tattoo ad
A couple weeks back, The
County Record reported that
Delores Ping of Clarks\ille had
placed ar~ ad on the Ebay auc-
tion website to sell ad space on
her chest. Last week, she con-
tacted our office to report the
winning bid went to
GoldenPalace.com, an online
casino, for $15,000.
In preparation for sporting
the new tattoo below her neck-
line. Delores had a temporary
tattoo put on before heading to
Disney World on vacation.. She
says the permanent tattoo : will
be done this week and officials ,
from GoldenPalace.com are ,'
expected to fly in for the event.
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Elections office expanding,



tiny lobby on the way out
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Here's some good news for the
1,447 early voters and the many
candidates, poll watchers and
other folks who visited the tiny
13-by-6- f)ool lobby of the
Calhoun County Elections Office
for the 2004 general election: The
office expansion is under,way!
Renovations, began Monday,
and involve removing some inte-
rior walls 'to enlarge the lobby
and staff areas. Work should be
completed around mid-October.
. Superior of Elections large
Laramore says .that the expan-
sion was inevitable.
"Early voting is here to stay,
and in each election more and'
more voters are going to take
advantage of casting their ballots
on the days that are mpst con-
venient for them," she said.
State law also requires Florida
counties to provide the use of


touch-screen voting equipment
for hearing- and vision-impaired,
voter- in all county elections held'
after July 1, 2005. Laramore said
that buying the machines was
the easy part because a grant
covered most of the costs. But
with little room to store the coun-
ty's current voting system, the
challenge came in finding space
to house the new machines.
"We knew we had to do' some-
thing to make room for the new;
equipment and be able to provide '
all of the .services required by
Florida's new election laws," she
said. 'The best solution was to
take down some of the walls."
The office will remain open
from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays
during construction. Some, serv-
ices may be delayed for a day or
two while the office computers
and other equipment are moved.


Laramore asks that the public
please be patient with the office
for the next few weeks during the
renovation period. Anyone who
has questions may call the office,
at 674-8568.
"I'm very appreciative of every
one who has helped make this
"possible," she said.



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FROM
SCHOOL


BHS selects

homecoming

attendants


Horrmecoming week is set for
jOct. 10-14 at Blountstown High
School and students recently,
selected members of the home-.
coming court. Senior attendants
Include (seated above, from left)
:Casey Glass, Lindsey Miller,
lichole Tipton, Kate Atkins,, -,-
*Lyndsey Wainwright, Sarah ;ar -m--
Hlatcher, Courtney Bybee, Zack
Srrith Josh Lilly, Arsenio Ivory,
Adam Richards, Titus Overholt;
,Chance Attawiay, and Josh
.Segers. Shown at right are under-
,classmen on the court (from left) J
freshmen, Samantha Ferguson, I
,and Malcolm Ivory; sophomores,
,Kaitlin Peacock and. William Leonard; and juniors, Whitney Lockhart and Chaz Johns. Coronation will be
-held Tuesday, October 11, at Fpr'.:mroftel 1:45 1:, n- in trie BHS A.u ltrriun-i. The community is invited.


Free course offered Tuesday nights in...


computer basics at library


A Computer Basics Class is
.being offered at your library in
Blountsto\wn beginning Tuesday,
September 27, and will continue
through October 25. Classes will
. meet at the Adult Computer Lab
1rom 6:00 8:00 p.m. (CST).
SThis class provides a basic,
understanding of hardware
understanding of hardware. soft-
* ware. and. Computer. mainte-
nance.."lt gives .rt overview .of.,,
computer p.irti and pnriph,:r.-,J
such as scanners and printers.
Topics includes data storage,


Dance to be


held Friday

night in Altha
A dance will be held Friday,
Sept. 23, from 8 to 11 p.m. at the
Altha Conmunity Center. It is
S open to any area students in 7th-
12th grades.
The dance is sponsored by
parents of Altha cheerleaders
'and there will be heavy superi-
sion, along with law enforcement
presence.
Admission is S3/person.
$5/couple.
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ware, file maintenance, and complete the mouse tutorial


BLOUNTSTOWN HIGH


Students Have A Designated
Sitting Section
BHS students now have a des-
ignated seating section at home
football games. The bleachers
located closest to the band are
reserved for students. BHS
wants all students to come out
and support our fighting Tigers,
however, to avoid any com-
plaints, we would like all stu-
dents to sit in the designated set
of bleachers.


Outdoor Education News
The Outdoor Education class
at BHS is promoting a "Help for
the ,Victims Drive" for those
affected by hurricane Katrina.
Our school and community were
spared when this violent, cata-
strophic storm changed its
course. We feel the least we can
do is to come to the aid of our fel-
low Americans.
Outdoor Ed is coordihnaing a
drive to collect as many basic
need items as possible for the
hurricane victims. -All students
need to bring the items to their
2nd period class. The goal is 100
items per class. and the class
who raises the most items will
receive a pizza party during 2nd
penod. The club is also taking
any donations for the victims.
The donations will be picked up-
\veekly or as needed and the
results will be tallied by the club.
We would really like for every
student to participate. The fol-
lowing items are needed, by the
victims:
Can foods
.* Boxed foods
Any non-perishable
sugar free
items (for diabetics)
Bottled water
Personal hygiene prod-


cleaning your computer. The before classes begin. ucts
class is sponsored by Calhoun Blankets and linens
County Public Library Literacy If you are ,interested in Clothing (infant to adult)
Services Technology Act (LSTA),: enrolling or would like more
AmeriCorps*VISTA, 'and their information, please contact Jane All contributions are greatly
sponsors. The class is free. Breeze, Technical Instructor, or appreciated.
Enrollment is on a first:come, Jenny Sandoval,
first senice basis. Participants AmeriCorp*V1STA' at 674-8773 Homecoming News
. araqired o-fill-outapplication or visit the library at 17731 NE BHS Homecoming is 'just
.for.ihenroUellat ..hold .a,.current Pear St..in Blountstown.


around the corner Student
Council would like to encourage
all local business owners to dec-
orate their businesses and show
their Tiger Pride for the. 2005
Homecoming Week Oct. 10-14.
The homecoming theme is this
year is Life@BHS.2005. The
Grand Marshals this year are
Ronnie and Pam Hand. The
homecoming court includes: 9th
grade Samantha Ferguson and
Malcolm Ivory, 10th grade. -
Kaitlin Peacock and William
Leonard, 11th. grade Whitney
Lockhart and Chaz Johns, 12th
grade Lindsay Miller, Kate
Atkins,; Nichole Tipton, Sarah
Hatcher, Casey Glass, Courtney
Bybee, Lyndsey Wainwright,
Josh Lilly, Adam Richards, Zack
Smith, Josh Segers, Arsenio
Ivory, Chance Attaway, and Titus
Overholt, Flower girl, Sarah Lynn
White, and Crown Bearer, Gabe
McClellan.

Homecoming Dress up Days
Monday Color Day (Each


*Announcements

*Invitations

*Open House Cards

*Thank You Notes


grade will dress in a different
solid color.)
Seniors Red
Juniors Black
Sophomores White
Freshmen Blue
Tuesday Dress your best
Wednesday Pajama Day
.Thursday Camo Day
Friday Show your tiger spirit

FYI
Sept. 26-29 Fall FCAT
retakes
,Oct. 18 ACT Plan Test for
sophomores
Oct. 4 Herff Jones will meet
with seniors in the auditorium
Oct. 11 Herff Jones orders
are due


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At Blountstown High School Me



Seven-part autisi


FROM ALTHA PUBLIC SCHOOL

FCCLA State Officer
Tiffany Betts was elected as
FCCLA's State Vice President of
Recreation at last year's State
Leadership Conference. Over the
summer, she and fellow officers
attended the first State Officer
-Leadership Meeting in Daytona
Beach, FL. There all the state
officers, got. to know each other
and became good friends. They
also discussed the upcoming
State Leadership. Conference, lis-
tened to motivational speakers,


TIFFANY BETTS
became familiar with the parha-
mentary procedure, and learned
important ways to display leader-
ship in their school and commu-
nity.
The busy senior is attending


A seven-part training series on
autism will be held at the
Blountstown High. School Media
Center. The series is open to the


public and will be held from 3:30
to 5 p.m. CT each Tuesday from
Oct. 4 through Nov. 15.
The series, presented by the


Chipola offering new math,


science education program


KINDERGARTNERS AT ALTHA PUBLIC SCHOOL got to bring their teddy
bears to class recently while studying the letter T.


her next State Officer.Leadership
Meeting on September 30 thru
October 2 iln Bushnell, FL.,
During this meeting, the state.
officers will discuss in further
detail the..plans for the State
'Leadership Conference. Altha's
FCCLA chapter leader, Mrs.
SMarie Granger, and fellow mem-
bers of the club are proud'to
have Tiffany representing their
chapter.
By: Justin McCoy

,Green Thumbs
Things are really starting to
sprout in Mrs. Rehberg's 5th
grade class. As part of a science
lesson, the students have plant-
ed pole beans and baby blue
beans. The students are taking
good care of their budding seeds.
They are observing their experi-
ments daily and hope to take
them home in about a week. All
the students are having a good
time while learrung about plant
germination.


Mrs. Rehberg stated, "It gives
the kids an opportunity to learn
about plants and how they
grow."
Joshua Ali replied. "it was fun
and we even got to get dirty!"';
Mrs. Rehberg has big plans
this year for her budding scien-
tists., They will be doing more
science projects throughout the
year. I enjoyed visiting their
classroom; and hearing about
their experiments.
By: Hannah \haldorf'

The Letter T
At Altha School the
Kindergartners are learning
about the letter T. They are
learning all about it. Firstly, they
learned about transportation.
When asked about transporta-
tion. Joshua Schnieder told me
this- 'Some go on air. some go on
land. and some go on water.
Second. the children brought
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ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NEWS


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BES RECEIVED A $148 TARGET REWARD CHECK lost .'.eek plus O S ,100 Torget gift card oric gigantic
book bag. Show-n at the presentation ore (from left) Candace Hurmphrrevs of Torget BES Principal
Vicki DaUis Stu,'ents Frederick Basketle Ta,-.ylor Mouck Susdn Brown, and Civdesneio MicKinzie along


vith Kirn Pennington or Tfrget
BES receives Target reward
Blountstown Elementary
School received some generous
gifts from Target last week,
including a 8148 check, a
8100 Target gift card. and an
oversized backpack.
Through the Target Take
Charge of Education school
fundraising program. families.
teachers and members of the
commurnit can designate an
eligible K-12 school to receive
an amount equal to one per-
cent of their Target Visa and
Target card purchases made at
Target and Target.corn and
half percent of all Target Visa
purchases made everywhere
Visa credit cards are accepted.
During the back-to-school
shopping season. Target also
offered guests a chance to dou-
ble their Take Charge of
Education contributions on all
purchases made at Target.
Take Charge of Education
dollars are donated to schools
tMice each year and schools
can use the funds for anything
they need from technology to
books and school supplies to
grants. Since the program
began in 1997. Target has
donated more than S139 mil-
lion to schools nationwide.

Rising to the Challenge
Students at BES were
recently challenged by
Principal Vicki Davis to raise
$2000 for Hurricane Katrina
victims. If they reached their
goal. music teacher' Cathy
Kimbrel agreed to kiss a pig.
The determined BES stu-
dents got busy and doubled
their goal raising 840001 The


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and early Friday morning. Mrs.
Kimbrel kissed that pig in front
of the entire student body!

4th and 5th Graders Study
Storms
The 4th and 5th grade sci-
ence classes at Blountstown
Elementary School.have been
learning about hazardous
weather.
They studied about tropial


depressions, tropical storms,
and hurricanes. The students
did experiments about storm
surge. flooding, wind speed,
and evein learned how to make,
-raindrops.
A 4-H Hazardous Weather
Grant provided the supplies for
each student to make their
'own hurricane preparedness
kit. The kit includes a bottle of
water, a non-perishable snack.
a flashlight with batteries, a
package of wel wipes. a first
aid kit. and a plastic container
to put their items in.


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The County Record, SEPTEMBER 21,2005, Page 12






Legal A ertisements
.'


Legal Notice
ORDINANCE NOTICE
IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following Ordinance
No. 2005-09 of the City of Blountstown. AN ORDI-
*NCE TO BE ENTITLED:
-AN ORDINANCE TO BE ENTITLED: AN ORDI-
NANCE SETTING FORTH BASE RATE,
CHANGES FOR ELECTRICAL SERVICE FOR
RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL USES; SET-
'TING FORTH RATES TO BE CHARGED FOR
IETER BASES, SECURITY LIGHTING, AND
CONNECTIONS; SETTING FORTH RATES TO
BE CHARGED FOR MISCELLANEOUS ELEC-
TIUC SERVICES; REPEALING CONFLICTING
RESOLUTIONS AND ORDINANCES; AND PRO-
VIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
SEiALL BE PRESENTED to the City Council, City
of Blountstown, for second and final adoption at
tile Regular City Council meeting to be held
TIesday, the 11th day of October, 2005 at 6:00
PIM. in the City Council Meeting room at 17262
NW Angle Street. Blountstown, FL. 32424.
:[his ordinance shall become effective upon final
passage as provided by law.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS desiring to be
heard on the adoption of the aforesaid Ordinance
No. 05-09 are cordially invited to be in attendance
a this meeting.
COPIES OF THIS ORDINANCE in its entirety
nfay be obtained at City Hall. 20591 Central
Aenue West, BloAntstown, Florida 32424
between the working hours of M-F, 7:00A.M. to
400 P.M.
BY: R.W. Deason, Mayor
Attest: Jimmy W. Hand, City Manager/Engineer
September 21, 2005



Legal Notice
ORDINANCE NOTICE
IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following Ordinance
No. 2005-10 of the City of Blountstown, AN ORDI-
NANCE TO BE ENTITLED:
AN ORDINANCE TO BE ENTITLED: AN ORDI-
NANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 20, ARTICLE III,
SECTION 20-12 OFTHE BLOUNTSTOWN CITY-
CODE; INCREASING THE WATER SYSTEM
RATES AND SEWER RATES; AND PROVIDING
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
SHALL BE PRESENTED to the-City Council,
City of Blountstown, for second and final adoption
at the Regular City Council meeting to be held
Tuesday, the 11th day of October, 2005 at 6:00
P:M. in the City Council Meeting room at 17262'
NW Angle Street, Blountstown, FL. 32424.
This ordinance shall become effective upon final
passage as provided by law.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS desiring to be
heard on the adoption of the aforesaid Ordinance
No. 05-10 are cordially invited to be in attendance
atthis meeting.
COPIES OF THIS ORDINANCE in its entirety
may be obtained at City Hall, 20591 Central
Avenue West, Blountstown, Florida 32424
between the working hours of M-F, 7:00A.M. to
4:00 P.M.
BY: R.W. Deason, Mayor
Attest: Jimmy W. Hand, City Manager/Engineer
September 21, 2005


Legal Notice
'ORDINANCE NOTICE :-
I5 i'- Tr-,E r ii'Ti J rI.i rr il..,r.i-,r Ordinance
No. 2005-11 of the City of Blountstown, AN ORDI-
NANCE TO BE ENTITLED:
-BN ORDINANCE TO BE ENTITLED: AN ORDI-
NNNCE REVISING AND AMENDING SECTIONS
2P-28 AND 20-29 OF ARTICLE V OF THE CODE
-O THE CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN; REVISING
*E SCHEDULE OF : RATES AND CHARGES
FDR GARBAGE AND TRASH SERVICES: SET.'
TiG FORTH SPECIFIC SERVICES TO BE PRO
VfDED (INCLUDING YARD TRASH PICKUP,
IITE GOODS. AND TIRES TOGETHER WITH
CHARGES FOR SUCH SERVICES: AND PROVIDE
[mG AN EFFECTIVE DATE
S- BE RSB.EElENTED .j r.c iin e t.:.ri,:,!i
C(J :. Bkl,,,r.ri:, Ti lor _eio:..l ind iJ -ll 3:..:,p ..-i
aVrrn RiLui r .ir ':-.:nr..:iU merunVg i. e-':' he -i.
i" 33.3 thr ]-, l i dI a r ,:1" i" .:.,Ot.?i -'i00". [ 6 0 0:"
Fil I. thr I, Ci, C,:,uni:r Frleeung ..::,m .. L-2, :2
NWAngle St-r.'i BI:l,.ut.i:.r, FL 32424.
'his ordinance shallbecome effective upon final
pi c. cpr.oi ie. by law.
SALL INTERESTED PERSONS desiring to be
hear d on'i i .:..pu n i o: rr: .: h .r,:l r:'.Or.jLru-,i .
NO. 05-11 c -e.::.r.3aill. in 'ir .:. r e t eti atrer..3i r..:.

tf OFiE_ T:,F r D15 CFDj)ri(ji :E-r. Ln It- ,:rurerv
irf, cr. obtained 'at City Hall, 20591 Central
.\~.u. West, Blountstown. Florida 32424
r-. -rven the working h..:.ui; .:.T IT-F, 7:00A.M. to
4-60 P.M.
B : R.W. Deason.,Mayor ,
A-est: Jimmy W. Hand, City Manager/Engineer.,
September 21, 2005



Legal Notice
ORDINANCE NOTICE
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City of Blountstown, for second and final adoption
at the Regular City Council meeting to be held
Tuesday, the 11th day of October. 2005 at 6:00
P.M. In the City Council Meeting room at 17262
NW Angle Street. Blountstown, FL. 32424.
This ordinance shall become effective upon
final passage as provided by law.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS desiring to be
heard on the adoption of the aforesaid Ordinance
No. 05-12 are cordially invited to be in attendance
at this meeting.
COPIES OF THIS ORDINANCE in its entirety
may be obtained at City Hall. 20591 Central
Avenue West, Blountstown, Florida 32424
between the working hours of M-F, 7:00A.M. to
4:00 P.M.
BY: R.W. Deason, Mayor
Attest: Jimmy W. Hand, City Manager/Engineer
September 21, 2005



Legal Notice
THE CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN HAS FOR SALE
THE FOLLOWING ITEMS
1992 FORD PICK-UP (OLD ELECTRIC TRUCK)
1986 GARBAGE TRUCK
CASE TRUCK
FORD BACKHOE
RIGID POWER QUILL
You can obtain a list of the items for sale from
City Hall.
All bids must be sealed and have the Group#
plainly marked on the front of the envelope.
All bids must be submitted to the City
Manager's Office, City Hall, 20591 Central Avenue
West, Blountstown, Fl. 32424, no later than' 4:00
p.m., Tuesday, October 11, 2005.
The sealed bids will then be opened at the'
Regular C .. ur,: 11 r-I u Lr h.r -mi- day, Tuesday,
September I I .,0. i. 6' 0.- pi- in the City
Council Meeting.Room located at 17262 NW Angle
Street, Blountstown, FL. 32424
All bids must have the bidder's name, address,
telephone number, and .description of the item
being sold, along with the dollar amount of-the
bid. ,
The City of Blountstown has the right to reject
any and all bids.' The successful bidders will be
required to pay for item(s) sought within five (5)

The above items will be sold as is, where is.
These items can be viewed at the City of
Blountstown.
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Legal Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CALHOUN
COUNTY FLORIDA,
PROBATE DIVISION-
File Number: P-05-041
IN RE: CINDY S. MITCHELL,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE AND
ALL OTHER.PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE
ESTATE:
YOU.ARE NOTIFIED that the administration of
the Estate of CINDY S. MITCHELL., deceased. File
Number P.:,-:5.4 l i pe.inir.g irn th Circii C.:n;rt
1.:.r rJJ,.,un C, lr , l.:.nrlJ Fra.t.Air D-l'i .n f
2.35 CerLrJ A.-ve' EBl,-,ur.rt,[.r.sT FL .32424 rie
address of which is the Calhoun County
Courthgtpase;gBlountstown, -Florida.: The Personal
Representative of the Estate is BOBBY F.
MITCHELL, whose address is: Post Office Box
178, Blountstown, Florida 32424. The name and
address of the Personal Representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All persons hai-ini :liirrT or demands against
lh- CIlzte ri.- r-euire.. i\iTHir THRiE MONTHS
FROMl TiHE DATE 'OF TriE FiFST 'PiBLICATION
Or THiS -J OTICE .-.. fuie ini-h he ilerk of the
a't, e*.:,.urn i\aneir, rt,:imeno:ri .: any claim or
1emi r.n.3 -i' mrr rii. Ei :ni -mi .im .t .. in
aTlnint nld [riUl U-ITJ-l UL C Me ...L i e lil lr *h:[lim.
S rrin r.- e I rn I a.1 dre- :. I tr, *:rea. :.r .:.r rud iger,[
..r .T.:,rn-r,,' irl t .e io,,uni L In. :lih l Ii .i; >:iliM-
g -ri ,:,r urd jquldar?,l, rjhie r.a ure .:. trhe ui n .:crljh'.
ty shall :. irate If ihe cl'dri is secured the
security :rill ce, .Jei .nt- eJ The ,:liir _jnr -ihll
deliver sufficient copies of the claim to the Clerk
to enable.the Clerk to mail one copy 'to the
Per :,rnAl iRpree-ier.ui All persons interested in
the E sri c : h ri. :,n, ,:.:Ip : L r-:.l I I,:.r.I:c .:.
Administration has been miTu.i i 'a ri-.uir- ,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS FF.ROM Ti-iH DATE :OF
Ti-E FI5RST FOltLi:CAii,' I 0l1 TH r i'i:E .:
rli, ari:,- :.ble..:u r. i Iht, mj, hi. Lr,r ihal l'ng.i.
rrn l. ir, :.l rj ih .r.- _.nt 3 Will, the qualifica-
tions of the Personal Representative, or the venue
or jurisdiction of the Court.
DATED this 14th day of September, 2005.
BOBBY F. MITCHELL'
PEFSOri,.-,- .REFErCiSCNT...TT or THi-
ESTATE E F '-'rD'i 5. FllHEiLL
J. DAVID HOUSE
16865 S.E. RIVER'STREET
BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 3?4
(850).674-5481 .
.. CO.)L, L f'h FEF,S'iri,.L REF.
September 21, 28, 2005

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,s HEREBY GIVEN that the following Ordinance Legal No ice
No. 2005-12 ofth- lCl, ,: Biunrrioiv r, ORDI
NANCE TO BE r iTi TIE D IN THE CIRCUIT.COURT OF THE FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
A ORDINANCE TO BE ENTITLED: AN ORDI- CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
NANCE AMENDING'SECTION 14 OF THE CODE
OF ORDINANCE; ADDING SECTION 14-3. Case No. 03-352-CA


Plaintiff
vs.
JAY HOYT RACKLEY, RUDOLPH J. RACKLEY,
JR.. Ware Oil & Supply Company. Inc., and The
United States of America,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to an
Order or Final Judgment entered in the above-
captioned case, I will sell the property situated in
Calhoun County, Florida, described in as:
Parcel I: South 1/2. of Section 27, Township 2
North, Range 9 West. Calhoun County, Florida.
Lying East of State Road 71.
Parcel n: North 1/2 of Northwest 1/4, Township 2
North, Range 9 West. Also, all that portion of
North 1/2 of Northeast 1/4 of Northeast 1/4 lying
and being on East side of Highway #71, Section
33, Township 2 North, Range 9 West, less that
portion owned by the Horton family.
Parcel III: Commence at a 3/4 inch crimped iron
pipe marking the Southwest Corner of the
Southeast 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 of Section 15,
Township 2 North,. Range 9 West, Calhoun
County, Florida and run thence North 00 degrees
00 minutes 27 seconds East a distance of 535.00
feet to the POINT OF.BEGINNING. From said
POINT OF BEGINNING thence continue North 00
degrees 00 minutes 27 seconds East.85.00 feet,
thence South 89 degrees 59 minutes 33 seconds'
East 98.41 feet to the westerly Right of Way
boundary of Main Street (State Road No. 71) (70
foot Right of Way), thence South 00 degrees 00
minutes 27 'seconds West along said westerly
Right .of Way boundary a distance of 85.00 feet,
thence .North 89 degrees 59 minutes 33 seconds
West 98.41 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING.
at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for
cash, at the Calhoun County Courthouse, in
Blountstown, Calhoun County, Florida, at 11:00
a.m. CST on October 20, 2005.
DATED this 9th day of September, 2005.
Ruth W. Attaway,
Clerk of Court
September 21, 28, 2005


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- II [@ ll ACit yCouncil Minutes


Blountstown City Council
Regular Session Minutes
August 16, 2005, 6 p.m.
The City Council, City of Blountstown,
County of.Calhoun, State of Florida, met
in Regular Session on Tuesday, August
16, 2005 at 6:00 P.M. at the City Council
meeting room with the following members
of the City Council present: Mayor R.W.
Deason, Councilwoman Janie Boyd,
Councilman Clifford Jackson,
Councilman Steve Bailey and
Councilman John Tomlinson.
Also present were City
Manager/Engineer Jimmy Hand, Police
Chief Glenn Kimbrel and City Attorney
David House.
Others present included Cissy
Barfield, Ben Hall, Tony Shoemake, Kim
STanner, Jonathan Kimbrel, Carl Taskes,
Mike Calhoun, Evan McAllister, Margie
Larramore, Glenn Kimbrel, Charles
Sherrod, and Connie Daniels.
Mayor Deason called the meeting to
order at 6:00 P.M.
Councilman Jackson led the invoca-
tion and Councilman Bailey led the
Pledge of Allegiance.
The following minutes were presented
to the Council for their approval: Regular
Session July 12, 2005. Councilman
Tomlinson made a motion to accept the
minutes as presented. Councilman
Jackson seconded the motion. The
motion carried.
Next was the discussion of monthly
bills through July 31, 2005. Councilman
Tomlinson made a motion to pay the
monthly bills. Councilman Bailey second-
ed the motion.' The motion carried.
Mayor Deason opened the agenda for
S additional business. The following indi-
vidual was added: Tony Shoemake.
Margie Larramore, Supervisor of
Elections, addressed the Council regard-
Sing the new election law changes: Mrs.
S Larramore stated it would cost approxi-
mately $1,775.00 for the Supervisor of
Elections office to run the City election
during the odd years. After a lengthy dis-
cussion, Councilman Bailey made a
motion for the Election's office to continue
handling the. elections for the City on the
regular elections, and on the odd years.
the Council will, be in charge of holding
the election. Councilman Tomlinson sec-
onded the motion.
Councilman Bailey' requested to
amend his motionto state that for the first
primary and general election to ask for a
charter change on the ballot.
Councilman ,Tomlinson'seconded the
motion. The motion carried The Council
will appoint a committee to run the elec-
tion on the odd years. The Council' asked
Mrs. Larramore if she would be a pan of
Sthe committee on the years there is an off
election. Mrs. Larramore stated that she
would have to check with the Division of
Elections to see it she would be in conflict
with any laws/rules. Mrs. Larramore stat-
ed that if she can not be a part of the
committee, then she recommends
Melanie Aycock if the Division of
Elections will allow it.
Next, Carl Taskes with Nextel
. addressed tme Council regarding a tower
to be placed at the City Complex Mr
Taskes presented the Council an agree-
ment to review. Mr Tasves stated that
the agreement has plenty of changes to
be: made and would Ike to work with the
City on coming to an agreement if they
are interested in placing a tower on City
property. After a lengthy discussion, it
was the consensus of the, Council to
move forward with testing evaluation and
the City .Attorney and City
; Manager/Enginfer will review the tower.
Councilman Tolrrinson made a motion to
.test the tower we have now and for
Nextel to give the Ciry copies of the tests
run on the City s existing tower.
Councilman Bailey seconded the motion.
The motion carried.
Evan. .McAllister with Melvin,
Engineering addressed the Council
regarding his recommendation for the
C.TS T (Calhoun Traffic Safety Teami.
Mr McAllister would like to stan tme con-
cept work for the sidewalk to be Installed
on Charlie Johns Street and Hwy 20 to
:he Calhoun-Libeny Hospital. It was the
consensus of me Council lor Evan
McCallister ol Melvin Engineering and the
C. T S T 'to pursue the grant for the side-
Swalk project -
Next on the Agenda was. the old
Piggly Wiggly parking lot lease agree-
ment. There was no action taken oh this'
item.
Next, the City Anorney addressed ihe
SPark Bench Agreement The Council
stated there is an agreement on tile with
no termination date Councilman Bailey'
made a motion to notify the company
named in the agreement that the City
wisnes to be relieved of all obligation's if
there are; any. Councilman Tomlinson
seconded the motion The motion car-
ried The City Manager/Engineer
addressed the Council regarding the
F.G.U. 'winter hedging. The City
Manager/Engineer strongly suggested
the Council to purchase gas through the
winter hedging program.
Councilman Tomlinson made a
motion to go with F.G.U. recommendation
on buying through hedging -with the'
Natural Gas, like the City did last year:
'Councilwoman Boyd seconded the
motion. The motion carried.' The City
Manager/Engineer also 'asked the.
Council if they would be interested in the
GSAP #2 project. The Council agreed to
send a' letter stating the City is interested
in the GSAP #2 project.
The City Attorney, addressed the
Couricil regarding the Animal Control
Ordinance. The City Attorney stated That
the Animal Control Ordinance the City
has in affect now Should be enough. The
Attorney states the existing Ordinance
just needs to be enforced.
Next, the City Attorney briefly
addressed the Council about a mobile
home be:ng placed on Johnson Street.


The Council staled Ina it was Downing
job to make sure all requirements are
met,
;Next was the presentation of Budget
SDraft #1. The Finance Director, Kim
Tanner informed the Council of Budget
workshops set for August 23, 2005.and
S.August 30, 2005. It was the.consensus of.
the Council to hold the workshops on
.'these dates.
Next, the City Attorney held the bid
opening for the purchase of Gas/Diesel.
One bid was received on the item for
Eubanks Oil Company. Councilman'
Bailey made a motion to accept the bid


from Eubanks Oil Company. Councilman
Tomlinson seconded the motion. The
motion carried.
The City Attorney informed the
Council that the bid opening for the
Property/Liability/Workers' Compensation
Insurance will be held at the September
13, 2005 Regular Council Meeting.
Next, the City addressed deposit
requirements for the City of Blountstown.
The Council was informed that the
Calhoun-Liberty Hospital does not have a
deposit for utilities. The City
Administration notified the Hospital close
to a year ago to inform them to put up a
deposit. The Hospital has not complied
with the City's request. The Council
instructed the City Administration to send
a letter to the Hospital stating that a
.deposit has to be in place by the,
September 13, 2005 Regular City Council
Meeting and if the Hospital.is hot in com-
pliance by this date, further action will be
taken by the City.
Finance Director, Kim Tanner
addressed the Council regarding interest
rates on a CD. After a brief discussion,
Councilman Bailey made a motion to
continue with Regions for a three month
CD. Councilman Tomlinson seconded
the motion. The motion carried.
Mrs. Tanner updated the Council on
the Abitibi grant application. Mrs. Tanner:
stated the Sheriff's Office is selling this
property due to unpaid debt. Mrs. Tanner
questioned whether the City should apply
for this grant, because of the situation
with the land. It was the consensus of the
Council not to apply for the grant.
Mrs. Tanner also updated the Council
on the FEMA information. She Stated the
City had incurred costs of approximately
$17,230.99, most of which is eligible for
reimbursement for hurricane Dennis.
Tony Shoemake addressed the
Council requesting permission to go into
the old Depot and retrieve the old docu-
ments and put them into safe storage. It
was the consensus of the. Council to
allow Mr. Shoemake to retrieve the old
documents out of the Depot and place
them in safe storage. Mr. Shoemake also
requested the Depot and the Red Barn to
be zoned Historical due to the fact they
are applying for a preservation,grant.
The Council instructed Mr. Shoemake to
talk with Tony Arrant regarding this issue.
Councilman Bailey stepped down
from his seat and addressed the Council
as a citizen Mr.-Bailey requested a 2-
foot variance on: his property located at
Dogwood Estates LcI 5 Councilman
Tomlinson made a motion to grant vari-
ance as long as Tony Arrant has no prob-
lem with this After a brief discussion, the
City Manager/Engineer informed the,
Council theCode states that he is in com-
pliance without needing te variance.
Councilman Bailey also questioned
when the City would be taking over the
roads and the stormwater pond.
Councilman Bailey stated that once the
roads and ditches are built he would need
to turn it over to the City for utility; servic-
es to be run to the'property, and then cus-
tomers can buy the property. It was the
consensus of the Council to allow tempo-
rary services to be run to me Dogwood
Estates Subdivision The City
Manager/Engineer stated that once he
receives the permit from D.E.P., the City
will start on running sewer and water to
the subdivision. .
Next, was the. discussion on the,
Health Insurance bids. Councilman
Tomlinson made a motion to go with Vista
Healthplan's SG20 plan with Blount
Insurance. 'Councilman Bailey seconded
the .motion. The motion carried.
Councilman Tomlinson made a motion for
the employees with spouse, children,
and/or family coverage to have a 15%
increase from last year's level for Health
Insurance premiums. Councilman
Jackson seconded the motion The
motion carried
There was a brief discussion on the
Life Insurance bids. No decision was
made on this item The Life Insurance
bids will be addressed at the August 23,.
2005 Special Meeting. .
. 'The City Attorney addressed the Code
Enforcement Hearing officer. The
Antorney stated that he got a quote for
$100 00 lor Mart Fuqua to be the hearing
officer for, Code Enforcement
'Councilman Tomlinson made a motion to
Sgo forward with the City Anorney's recom-
mendaiion for Matt Fuqua to be the hear-
ing officer for the City op Blountstdwn
Code Enforcement: Councilman Bailey
seconded tne motion. The motion car-
ned;.
SThe City Attorney read the 1 st reading
of Ordinance 2005-04 AN ORDINANCE
ANNEXING TO THE MUNICIPAL LIMITS
OF THE CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN.
: LORIDA CERTAIN UNINCORPORAT-
ED LANDS IN CALHOUN COUNTY,
FLORIDA; AMENDING THE BOUND-.
ARIES TO INCLUDE .SAID LANDS;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT HEREWITH; AND PROVID-
ING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
The City Attorney read the 1st reading
of Ordinance of 2005-05.AN ORDI-
NANCE TO BE ENTITLED: AN ORDI-
NANCE ANNEXING TO THE MUNICI-
PAL LIMITS 'OF. THE CITY 'OF'
BLOUNTSTOWN FLORIDA .CERTAIN
UNINCORPORATED LANDS IN CAL-
HOUN COUNT', FLORIDA; AMENDING


THE BOUNDARIES TO INCLUDE SAID
LANDS; REPEALING ALL ORDI-
NANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH;
AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
The City Attorney read the 1st read-
ing of Ordinance 2005-06. AN ORDI-
NANCE TO BE ENTITLED; AN ORDI-
NANCE ANNEXING TO THE MUNICI-
PAL LIMITS OF THE CITY OF
BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA CERTAIN
UNINCORPORATED LANDS IN CAL-
HOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA; AMENDING
THE BOUNDARIES TO INCLUDE SAID
LANDS; REPEALING ALL ORDI-
NANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH;
AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
The 2nd and final reading of
Ordinance 2005-04, Ordinance 2005-05,
and Ordinance 2005-06 will be held at the
September 13, 2005 Regular Council
meeting.
There being no further business, the
meetingadjourned at 9:40 p.m.
BY: R.W. Deason, Mayor
ATTEST: Jimmy Hand,
City Manager/Engineer
Blountstown City Council
Special Session Minutes
August 23, 2005, 6 p.m.
The City Council, City of Blountstown,
County of Calhoun, State of Florida, met
in Special Session on Tuesday, August
23, 2005 at 6:00 P.M. at the City Council
meeting room with the following members
of the City Council present: Mayor R.W.
Deason, Councilwoman Janie Boyd,
Councilman Clifford Jackson,
Councilman John Tomlinson, Jr. and
Councilman Steve Bailey.
Also present were City.
Manager/Engineer Jimmy Hand, Police
Chief Glenn Kimbrel, and City Attorney
David House.
Others present included Cissy
SBarfield, Marc Tomlinson, Ben Hall,
Rodney Smith, Kim Tanner, and Charles
Sherrod.
Mayor Deason called the meeting to
order at 6:00 P.M.
Councilman Tomlinson led Ihe invoca-
tion and the City Attorney led the Pledge
of Allegiance
The purpose of this meeting was' to
hold a Special Session to discuss the Life
Insurance Bids, CDBG Sewer Rehab
Phase III Project, Fire Department Grant;
Cell Tower, and the 2005-2006 Budget.
The first item on the Special Session
was the discussion on the Life Insurance.
Bids. After a brief discussion,
Councilman Bailey made a motion to go.
with the lowest bidder, which is Qne .
America. Councilwoman Boyd seconded
the motion. The motion carried
Next, the Council reviewed the CDBG
Sewer Rehab Phase III project. The City
Manager/Engineer asked for approval to
add the future need service areas to the
project as there should be enough grant
money. Councilman Tomlinson made a
motion to allow the City to add to the prdj-
e :l r -I, fr .:. rih. ,, a inr, : r in .- ;i .
future need ar-a.' using grant money
Councilman Bailey'seconded the motion
Tne motion carried
Fire Chief Ben Hall/informed the
Council the Fire Department was award-
ed a $81,0100.00 grant with the City
matching $4,060.00. It was the consen-
sus of the Council to put the $4,060.00
needed for the grant.
Next, was a brief discussion on the
Cell Tower. The City Attorney read the
first reading df Ordinance 2005-07. An
Ordinance to be entitled: An Ordinance
amending Ordinance 2004-02 allowing
for'variances thereof. The cell tower will
be addressed at the September 13, 2005,
Regular Council meeting.
Next, was a lengthy discussion on the
2005-06 Budget; The Council was given
Draft-#1 of the 2005-2006 Budget. The
Council reviewed Budget Draft #1 and cut
several items from the Capital Outlay. It'
was the consensus of the Council to
adjourn and review the utility rates at the
next budget workshop, which will be held
on August 30.2005
There being no further business, the.
meeting adjourned at 8 10 p m.

BY: R.W. Deason, Mayor
: ATTEST Jimmy Hand,
City Manager/Engineer
Blountstown City Council
SBudget Workshop Minutes
August 30. 2005, 6 p.m.
The City Council, City of Blountstown,
County of Calhoun, State of Florida, met
in Budget Workshop on Tuesday, August
30 2005 at 6:00 P.M. at the City Council
meeting room with the following members
of the City Council present Mayor R.W.
Deason; Councilwoman Janie Boyd,
Councilman .Clifford Jackson, and
Councilman John Tomlinson Jr .
Councilman Steve Bailey was not pres-
ent..
Also present were City
Manager/Engineer Jimmy. Hand, Police
Cniet Glenn Kimbrel and City Attorney.
David House.
. Others present included Cissy
Barfield, Marc Tomlinson, Ben Hall,
Rodney Smith, and Kinr Tanner.


SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL


MEETING
The City Council, City of Blountstown, will meet
in a special session on Monday, September 26.,
2005 at 6:00 P.M. in the City Council Meeting
Room at 17262 NW Angle Street, Blountstown,
Florida. The purpose of this meeting is to:
1. REVIEW PROPERTY/LIABILITY/
WORKER'S COMP. INSURANCE
PROPOSALS
2. REVIEW CALHOUN-LIBERTY HOSPITAL
UTILITY DEPOSIT

By: R.W. Deason, Mayor
S Attest: Jimmy W. Hand, City Mgr/Eng


Mayor Deason called the meeting to
order at 6:00 P.M.
Fire Chief Ben Hall led the invocation
and. Mayor Deason led the Pledge of
Allegiance.
The purpose of this meeting was to
hold a workshop to develop a Budget for
Fiscal Year 05-06. The Council' is work-
ing on Draft #2 of the Budget for Fiscal
Year 05-06.
City Manager/Engineer Jimmy Hand.
addressed the Council regarding the
clean-up efforts for Hurricane Katrina.
The City Manager/Engineer suggested
sending a crew from the City to help with
the clean up efforts from Hurricane
Katrina. After a brief discussion, it was
the consensus of the Council to allow a
crew from the City to help where needed.
SThe Council reviewed the utility rates.
After a lengthy discussion, it was the con-
sensus of the Council to increase the
Electric rates by 10% for residential cus-
tomers and increase commercial Electric
rates by 15%.
The Council then discussed water
rates. After a lengthy discussion, it was
the consensus of the Council to increase
the water rates by 21.21%, from $1.65
per 1,000 gallons to $2.00 per 1,000 gal-
lons.
The Council briefly discussed a sur-
See MINUTES, page 1,


The County Record, SEPTEMBER 21,2005, Page 1I



NOTICE OF


CONTINUATION,



The Final Budget Hearing held on

September 19, 2005 for the City of

Blountstown was recessed and will

be continued on



Monday

September 26, 2005

at 6:00 p.m.
at the City of Blountstown
Council Meeting Room
1 7262 NW Angle Street
Blountstown, FL 32424
Sept. 21, 2005


A; NOTICE OF CITY ELECTION N


Notice is hereby given that the annual City Election in and for the
City of Blountstown, Florida, a Municipal Corporation, is called to
Sbe held on Tuesday, November 8, 2005. The following officers will
be elected for two-year terms.


: CITY COUNCILMAN,. WARD 1

S(currently held by CliffordJ ackson)

CITY COUNCILMAN, WARD 2

S(currently held by Janie Boyd)


SThe qualification period opens Monday, October 3, 2005 at 12:00
p.m. and closes Friday, October 7, 2005, at 12:00 noon.

'Candidates must submit a qualification form and fee of $$30.00 at
.City Hall, 20591 Central Avenue West, Blountstown, Florida
BY: R.W. Deason, Mayor
ATTEST: Jimmy W. Hand, City Manager/Engineer


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NOTICE OF CUSTOMERNI MEETINGS.

In re: Docket No. 050317-EI

Petition of Florida Public Utilities Company to im plement
a fuel adjustment surcharge
and

Docket No. 050001-El
Fuel and Purchased Power Cost Recovery Clause

On May 6, 2005, Florida Public Utilities Company ("FPUC") filed.a Petition with the
Florida Public Service Commission for approval of an additional charge to the monthih fuel
adjustment factor. The purpose of the request is to mitigare expected increases that will occur
When the existing power purchase contracts expire December 31, 2007. FPUC does not generate
the power that it sells to customers but purchases that power from other sources The rates paid
by FPUC and its customers under current contracts are below current market rates, and,
without some adjustment. FPUC expects that customers will experience sharp increases with the
new contracts Under the proposal filed by FPiC, the current fuel factor would be increased and
the additionalcharge would be held in an interest bearing account FPUC has proposed adding
$2.54 per 1,000 kWh beginning 1/1/06 and increasing the amount to $5.26 per 1,000 kiWh
effective 7. 106 When the new contracts are effective. the amount in the account, including
interest, would be credited to customers over a three-year period, thus allowing for a gradual
increase for customers

The Public Service Commission has scheduled customer meetings on this Petition at the
following times, ard places:


October 5, 2005, 6:00 p.m. EST
Fernandina Beach City Hall
SCt1 Commissioin.Chambers
204 Ash Street '
Femandina Beach. Florida 32034


October 6, 2005, 6:00 p.m. CST
Jackson County Administration Bldg
County Commissioni Meeting Room
864 Madison Street
Marianna, Florida 32446


At the meetings, the Company will explain their proposal and customers will be afforded.
an opportunity. to present comments regarduig the proposal. These meetings will be facilitated by
staff from the Florida Public Senrice Commission and Commissioners of the Florida Public
Sen ice Commission may also'be present.

Customers wishing to address the Conmission are urged to appear early as the meetings may be.
adjourned if no one is in attendance.

Any person requiring some accommodation at the meetings because of physical
impairment should call the Commission's Division of the Commission Clerk and Administrative
Services at 850-413-6770 at least five calendar days prior to the meetings. Any person who is
hearing or speech impaired should contact the Florida Public Service Commission by using the
Florida Relay Service, which can be reached at 1-800-955-8771 (TDD).

Any customer comments regarding the Company's proposal should be addressed to:
Director, Division of the Commission Clerk and Administrative Services, Florida Public Service
Commission,,2540 Shumard Oak Boulevard, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0850. Such comments'
should refer to Docket No. 050317-EI, which is the docket number that has been assigned to this"
proceeding.


For your information, we are also providing the address and
telephone number of the Florida Public Service Commission's
Consumer Affairs Division: Division of Consumer Affairs,
Florida Public Service Commission, 2540 Shumard
Oak Boulevard, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0850, FL
1-800-342-3552 (Toll Free Number): '


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Lost Dog, small black dog, very fat,
short legs, Chihuahua mix. Lost on
Baker Road, Mossy Pond Lake area.
Dog needs medical attention. Call,762-
4704.

SLost Dog, a miniature Chihuahua;
black & white, female, approximately 8
pounds.- 10 months old, answers to the
name of Trina. Last seen on Tupelo Ave..
A little boy and family is heartbroken. If
you have any information please call 674-
1488.
WANTED
Wanted. Chevy lull size pickup.. Decent
body and motor. Willing'to pay good
price for decent, dependable truck Call
850-592-5460 after 5:00 p.m.. ask for.
-Danny

Wanted: motor for a 2 5 liter 1989
Buick and a transmission for a 1989 Ford
Van with overdrive Call 674-6142 .

YARD SALE
Moving sale, Sat. & Sun. 7-30 a m
until at Hidden Creek Trailer Park Lot 2
Washer & dryer, desk, dresser, coffee
table, girls clothes size 1012, shoes,
boys clothes, age 8.9.& 10

Moving sale, Sat, 7-00 1 00 by C&C
Pawn Shop Clothes toys, washer &
dryer.

Yard sale, Sat at 19191 NE Oak Hill
Dr.. Blounistown. Clothes for whole fam-
ily including toddler boys and little girls,
4/5. Children's shoes books & toys.
Household items Little Tykes turtle
sandbox, wooden toddler bed w/mat-
tress: box of misc luau items. knick-
nacks and much more Begins 7 00 a m
No early birds please Call 674-3859


FOR RENT
2 bdr trailers., semi furnished, no pets.
674-4011.

RV trailers, $75 $80 week, most utili-
ties furnished, 2 bdr. trailers when avail-
able. Call 674-4011.

3 bdr., 2 bath doublewide mobile home
for sale on 5.2/3 acr.s g, Shadow Lane,
Hostora. deep well 2 ouir uildings front
porcrri and Tacl declk Asking $120.000
or less with less property and home.
OBO Call 379-8323 or 643-1851


CARS & TRUCKS
1997 Honda Civic Turbo, many extras,
10.000 miles $7,000. Call Chris at 643-
1786 or 674-4762



FOR RENT

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Apartments
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Blountstown, FL 32424
850-674-4202
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5x10...$25 10x10...$45
10x20...$80
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2001 Mercury Grand Marquis, 71.000
miles new tires, very good shape
$10.500 Call 674-3070

1993 Ford Thunderbird. 74.000 miles
runs good A/C and heater works Good
work car $120000 Call 674-3839 and
leave message

Ford Ranger, 1992. V-6 tool box
$700 Call Ray Cook at 674-3465 leave
message

Ford Expedition, 1998. 125,000 miles
AM/FM cassette cruise control, automatl-
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HEALTHCARE OF
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Has openings for the !
following positions:

RN Unit Manager
$5000.00
SSign,.on Bonus

LrReN/LPN's Full time .
3-11 and 11-7 shifts
$5000.00
Sign on Bonus

CNA's Full time
3-11 an 11-7 Shifts
$2500 Sign on Bonus

We are a SMILE certified facility.
(Safe Minimal Lifting
Environment

Contact Angela Hewett
at (850)674-5464 for
more information.


HEp.EP WANTED
BLOUNTSTOWN AREA
Drivers with C.D.L.
S lass A or'B
Roll-Off Trucks
Experienced Heavy
Equipment Operator
Must be Insurable

Please Apply at:
Waste Recyclers
15888 SW Silas Green Road
Blountstown, FL

Please Call Billy Rogers
With Any Questions at

800-847-6422


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Woman's Club plans Trash 'N Treasure sale


CHIPOLA CORRECTIONS GRADS-Fourteen candidates recently com-
pleted the Basic Corrections Academy at Chipola College. Graduates
are, from left: (front) Precious Baker of Blountstown, Sandra Campbell
of Grand Ridge, Wayne D, Chambliss Jr. of Malone, Jonathan Granger
of Marianna, (middle) Michael J. Hagan of Chattahoochee, Robin Hall
of Malone, Tallice E. Hinson of Marianna, Chris Hudgins of Chipley,
Jarmal A. McClellan of Chattahoochee, (back) Dora Fortner Mosley of
Blountstown, Ronpheal Myrick of Marianna, Marlena A. Renfro of
Grand Ridge, Kimberly K. Wood of Clarksville and Quinton Young of
.Marianna.



Altha News


their teddy bears to class. Bryce
O'Brien told me what they did
with theirteddy bears. "We read
two. stories with them in our laps
and we sang a song with them."
The kids also went on a bear
hunt. Ms. Alday hid their bears
and the children had to find
them.,
Among other projects, the
children have studied turtles and

Minutes
charge for customers who only have
water services'through the City. The City
Attorney is to look into this item and
address the Council at a future date.a
Next, the Council'discussed the sewer
rates. After a brief discussion, it was the
consensus of the Council fo increase the.
sewer rates by 2.97%, to $3.00 per 1,000
gallons.
The Council also agreed to raise ihe
garbage raies lor Senior Ciizens from
$10.00 to $11.00 a monlh. Residential
garbage rales will change from $1-1 00 to
$15.00 a month Small commercial will
increase trom $25.00 lo $27.50 a monlri.
Large commercial garbage rates will
increase 19":.
There being no runnerr business tihe
meeting adjourned at 7:45 p.m.
BY: R. W. Deason, Mayor
ATTEST- Jimmy Hand City
Manager'Engineer


live tadpoles. Also, the children
have colored a teddy bear to
match their own. The children
are eager to learn and are having
a great time studying their let-
ters.
By: Caitlyn Bruner
September Calendar
22-JV/Varsity Volleyball- @
Bristol 4:00/5:00; FFA Forestry
Contest, @ Marianna; JH
Basketball Grandrige middle
school
23-JH Volleyball-@
Blountstown Middle School 2:00
26-JV @ Sneads 5:00; JH
Boys Basketball@ Bethlehem
26-29 Fall FCAT Retakes ,
S27-JV/ V Against Bethlehem
29- J(\-V volleyball @ Sneads
4:00-5:30; Popular Springs 5:00





RTecord

Deadline for
News & Ads
Monday at Noon


Blountstown Woman's Club
members met at the W.T. Neal
Civic Center Thursday,
September 18th, with 1st VP Jo
Johnson presiding.
Jo welcomed the members
and guests Teka Edewaard and
Shanna Price (Frances' grand-
daughter).
Jessie Mae Price gave the
devotions. She commented that
we need to help Katrina victims
any way we can, but Prayer is of
the utmost importance. Then
she read the Scripture from the
Serviceman's New Testament,
which is written in story form.
She read, "Faith by itself, if it has
no good deeds, is dead. I will
show you My faith by my good


deeds. Faith and good deeds
work together." She closed with
a prayer.
Jo said her 97-year-old father
is leaving Saturday to help dis-
tribute food to hurricane victims.
A remarkable man -- like father,
like daughter!
Linda Smith and Aileen
McQuagge supplemented the
members' brown bag lunches
with tasty refreshments. The
coconut cake was delicious,
Linda.
Jo explained the beautiful silk
flower arrangement featuring red
carnations ( the club flower) will
be delivered to Nell Williams after
the meeting. Nell and Ken are


moving south to be near family.
The District 2 Annual meeting
will be Friday, October 14, in
Panama City. Jo, Margaret, and
Jessie Mae plan to attend. If
anyone else is interested, please
contact Jo Johnson.
The Trash 'N Treasure Sale
will be Saturday, November 5, at
the old Piggly Wiggly location,
Hwy. 20.


In closing, Jo suggested that
members read their handbook:.
carefully. There is a wealth of
information provided. '
Members complimented Jo on;
the wonderful way she has take',
over the leadership of the club:;
What a fabulous job she is doing,.
Thank you, Jo!
The next meeting will be at*
11:45 a.m., Thursday, October:
20th.


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JOB OPPORTUNITY
The School Board of Calhoun County is accepting
'applications for the following position:

CUSTODIAN
Terms of Employment: 12 months
Salary: Commensurate with Current Salary Schedule
and Experience
Applicant Qualifications: Previous work experience involving
building and grounds maintenance preferred.
Applications are available at the office of the; Superintendent
located in the Courthouse, 20859 Central Ave. E,' Room G-20,
Blountstown, Florida. Completed applications must be returned tc
the School Board office by September 23, 2005, 12:00 noon
iCDT).
A copy of the job duties pertaining to this position is available at
Carr'School or the Superintendent's Office.
Questions concerning this job opening ima be directed to Mr.
Darryl Taylor. Principal or Mrs. Mary Sue Neves. Superintendent.
Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race',
religion, sex, national origin, handicapor marital status.
Drug-Free Workplace
S : EOE



POSITION OPENING
Gulf Coast Electric Cooperative will be accepting applications for one
opening for the position of First Class Line Technician through Tuesday,
September 27, 2005, at Workforce Center of Florida, Mariner Plaza,
625 Highway 231, Panama City,'FL. This opening is in our Southport
Office.
Minimum Job Specifications for First Class.Line Technician position
as follows: Require High School Graduate/Equivalent. Require two
years .experience as a Line Technician, with abo\e satisfaction
performance appraisals. Require successful pass of Line Technician
certifications course. Require ability to acquire an excellent knowledge
of Gulf Coast Electric Cooperative's policies and procedures. Require an
excellent working knowledge of the operations and maintenance of
switching sectionalizing equipment, the installation of transformers,
wiring of transformer banks, regulators, 'capacitors, the ,REA
specifications, NationaJ Electrical Code and National Electrical Safety
Code. Require ability to learn the cooperative's distribution lines.
Require the successful pass of, Gulf coast Electric Cooperative's
,employment entrance examination and drug screen. ..Require the ability
to have and maintain a valid Florida commercial driver's license and DOT
certification. Require excellent verbal and interpersonal skills to
effectively interact with members; flexibility to work varied hours.
Equal Opportunity Employer .



POSITION OPENING
Gulf Coast Electric Cooperative will be accepting applications for one
.opening for the position of Right of Way Equipment operator through
Tuesday. September 27, 2005, at Workforce Center of Florida,'Mariner
Plaza, 625 Highway 231, Panama City, FL. This opening is in bur
Southport'Office. -
Minimum Job Specifications f6r Equipment Operator position are as
follows: Require High School Graduate. Equivalent; minimum of two
years experience as a Ground Technician or Right of Way Helper.
including prior experience with tractors'and power equipment, and
proficiency in operation of all power equipment. Prefer experience in
the operation of a Klipper side cutting machine. Require the ability to
use power tools, all equipment hydraulics and be capable of performing
minor line duties. Require ability to acquire an excellent knowledge of
Gulf Coast Electric Cooperative's policies and procedures and rules and
regulations. Require the ability to have and maintain a valid Florida
commercial driver's license and DOT certification. Require excellent
verbal and interpersonal Skills to effectively interact with members;
flexibility to work varied hours. ,
Equal Opportunity Employer


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