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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 2006 0 99th Year, No. 34 N BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 E 50 CENTS (Including Tax)


ELECTION


SSeveral


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the ring
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
With the primary election
just over four months away,
several candidates have
announced their intent to
seek office. They include:
County Commission.
District 2: Earl Hunt (D.
Incumbent). Dan Wvrick (D)
County Commission,
'District 4: Willie T. Grant (D,
Incumbent)
County Judge (non-parti-
san): Kevin Grover
'(Incumbent)
School Board. District 2
(non-partisan): Volena
Barfield (Incumbent)
School Board. District 3
(non-partisan): Timothy G.
Smith (Incumbent)
School Board. District 5
(non-partisan): Danny M.
Hassig. Jr. and Sheryl Norris
The primary election is set
for September 5 with the
general election to follow on
November 7. Altha will hold
a town election August 8.



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STATE CHAMPIONS!!


ARSENIO IVORY OF BLOUNTSTOWN HIGH AND JOHN ALDAY OF ALTHA SCHOOL took top honors in their weight class-
es at the state weightlifting meet held in Gainesville Friday. Ivory, a senior and three time state champion, set two
state records In the 183 lb. class. He had a 405 bench and a 350 clean and jerk for a 755 total. Alday, a junior,
claimed his first state title with a 215 bench and 215 clean and jerk in the 119 Ib class. He also made Altha School
history with the first state championship In boys welghtliftng. For more highlights, turn to page 6.

CRIME



Man arrested for stealing




cash at convenience store


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A Blountstown man was arrested
Saturday night after allegedly rob-
bing a convenience store, then using
the proceeds to throw a crack party.
Abdullah Muhammad was
charged with grand theft in the case.
Debra Scott was arrested for posses-
sion of cocaine.
According to the Calhoun County"
Sheriffs Office. Dep. Jared Nichols
responded to the Pit Stop conven-
ience store on SR 20 West just after
midnight. Store owner Ahmed "Moe"
Rezaul advised S650 was missing
from the business. He stated his
brother-in-law was workidig the night
shift when he was visited by
Muhammad, a friend of his. During
the visit. Muhammad was allowed to


come behind the counter. Rezaul told
Dep. Nichols he suspected his broth-
er-m-law became busy assisting cus-
tomers and Muhammad removed the
cash from a cigar box beneath the
checkout counter. Rezaud said he
didn't realize the money was missing
until closing time when he counted
the drawer. He turned over a video
surveillance tape to Dep. Nichols to
assist in the investigation.
Around 1:10 a.m., Dep. Nichols
spotted Muhammad's vehicle turning
onto SR 20 from River Street and ini-
tiated a traffic stop. He questioned
Muhammad and his passenger,
Debra Scott. about the Pit Stop case.
Upon telling him about the video evi-
dence retrieved from the store,
Muhammad turned over a pair of
hundred dollar bills and advised that
was all he had left. He allegedly


admitted to purchasing approxi-
mately 8300 worth of crack cocaine
and said he, Scott. and several other
individuals he did not identify.
smoked the crack at Scott's resi-
dence at Hidden Creek Mobile Home
Park. Muhammad was then placed
under arrest.
Dep. Nichols asked Scott if she
had anything in her pockets. She
removed a piece of cellophane wrap-
per from her pants pocket, threw it,
and attempted to run. The wrapper
was found to contain a piece of crack
cocaine. She was subsequently
placed under arrest.
The couple was booked into the
Calhoun County Jail. Scott was
released a couple hours later on
S1000 bond, while Muhammad was
in custody until the following day
when he posted 82000 bond.


BEAUiFICATION



itWs


cleanup


schedule


changes

BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
If you're a Blountstown
resident planning to clean
out your garage over the
weekend better check the
calendar before kicking any
junk to the curb. City offi-
cials have changed the one-
week-a-month amnesty
cleanup to a quarterly basis.
Although the Council
agreed to pass the measure,
Mayor Winston Deason
doesn't believe it's a good for
community image. "I just
don't think it's going to
work," he tells The County
Record. "It's going to have to
be done oni a monthly basis
to keep our streets clean. We
need to be picking up those
old white goods."
According to a flyer
released by City Hall, the
reason the change is "due to
recent confusion regarding
when' to put out amnesty
items for pick up and the
horrific mess now along our
city streets due to continu-
ing placement of materials."
Amnesty weeks are
scheduled June 26-30, Sept.
25-29, and Jan. 8-12. The
last amnesty week was in
March. According to city
guidelines, residents should
not place any items out for
pickup before or after these
dates or they will be subject
to a code enforcement viola-
tion which will be strictly
enforced. In addition, items
should not be placed in
ditches.
Acceptable items for pick-
up during amnesty week are
couches, beds. bicycles,
appliances, air conditioners,
and miscellaneous junk.
Items that will not be collect-
ed are chemicals, paints.
batteries, tires and building
debris, as well as commer-
cial or construction debris.
Materials should be placed
at curbside with appliances
separated from other items.
Limb and vard debris
clean-up days will continue
on a weekly basis and are
scheduled for every Monday
unless a holiday falls on that
day. Debris must be at curb-
side no later than 7 a.m. the
day of pickup. Be sure and
contact City Hall at 674-
5488 to let them know you
have limb and yard debris to
be collected.

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2. Small 1-Topping Pizza
3. Howle Bread w/cheese
4. Wing Snack & Splcey Stix
5. Any Small Salad
& Howle Bread
6. Baked Spaghetti
& Howle Bread
FROM 11 AM TO 4 PM
INCLUDES 22 OZ. COKE


$525


DINE IN OR CARRY OUT
19838 SR 20 WEST
Blountstown, Fla.
674-3838


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Wakulla Bank opens in Bristol


Liberty'County Chamber of Commerce members, local leaders, and area citizens Joined Wakulla Bank officials
,Tuesday mojning.as they officially opened their new Bristol Branch located on Hwy. 20 East. Shown at center Is
i. dWlter- C..',E''dsdhlr.,I Preslident.'of Wakulla. Bank as Vicki Mohtford, manager of the Bristol and Blountstown loca-
' tlohsal6ng'~it'h Scott Gdby, Executive Vice President of Wakulla Bank, cut the ribbon.


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The County Record, APRIL 26, 2006, Page 2


It's A Wrap
Short of enlisting
of a rugged logger wi
powered chainsaw, tl
much a girl won't do
her butt and thighs.
Last Monday
attended a meeting
secret C.A.C. society
Chicks Against Ce
under the guise of
my niece play softball
ter, Kim, and I poppe
lounge chairs and ki
feet on the fence as
Kim dubbed Cra
Johnson climbed (
bleachers and called
sion to order.
Following a brief d
the endless varieties
less tanning produce
Kim shared some
news.
"Lean in," she sai
loudest of whispers. '
We inched forward
Kim unleashed a ta
the latest rage
Northwest Floric
wrapping.
"One girl lost 1:
after just three or fou
She attested.
After getting the s
who offered these s
exclaimed, "I must n
wrapper!"
Fast forward 'thl
later and I get a call I
sister, "You're in,"
before immediately
up the phone in one
television-show-style
byes where they don
ly end the call with w
After a hot showe:
my pores, I found I
Kay Darby's
portable building tu
spa in the heart of Sn
me just say, if you
sense of modesty wh
body wrapping is not
After shedding nea
stitch of clothing an
dignity, Kay broke ou
brush, dipped it in h
spread the mixture
parts visible. Ne
grabbed an industrial
of Saran wrap and t
ping process was und
SAfter coming as
being mummified as
while still being amor


KELL 'S CORNER

By Kelli Peacock, News Editor



ing, Kay informed me I'd have
the help to step into a special jump-
th a fully suit.
lere's not But I can't bend my
o to trim knees!" I protested.
Then I remembered how
night, I my sister used to have trouble
g of the playing Barbie dolls when we
that's were little (stay with me,
:llulite there's a point to this little
watching diversion...promise). She
1. My sis- never could bend their knees
:d up our so they always ended up sit-
.cked our ting in chairs with their legs
Another straight out. Kim's Barbie
azy Kim drove cool cars, dated ,hand-
down the some Ken dolls, danced in the
the ses- hippest of discos, and enjoyed
gourmet meals (at the cafe on
debate on the lid of our stereo), all with-
Sof sun- out ever bending her knees. If
ts, Crazy a circa 1970s Barbie doll
breaking could do it, so could I.
Once in my spacesuit, Kay
id in her tipped me back into a recliner
"Closer!" (getting good at the no knee
as Crazy bending by now, let me tell ya)
tle about and I settled in as the hot oil
sweeping and plastic wrap did their
da...body magic. Just 45 minutes later,
I was unwrapped and, let me
8 inches just say right now, plastic
ir wraps!" comes off a whole lot faster
than it goes on. Kay had me
kinny on rub in the excess oil and it
services, I absolutely made my skin feel
meet this as soft as a baby's.
Before heading home, I was
ree days given a prescription to drink
from little one gallon of water per day to
she said help flush all the toxins out of
hanging my system. Then, every four
of those to five days, for as long as I
e good- want to be wrapped, I'll return
't official- for another session.
yords. So, did it work? Who
to open knows...ask me for the low-
myself in down after a few more wrap-
backyard ping treatments. But I will
rned day say, my tight jeans are feeling
leads. Let looser and sliding over my
have any hips without me having to lay
atsoever, down on the bed to force them
t for you, into submission, then trying
riy every to figure out how I'm going to
d all my breathe in and out all day.
td all my
ut a paint
ot oil and
e on all Worth Quoting
:xt, she Finding faith in God is like
i size roll seeing for the first time. You
he wrap- don't know what you're miss-
derway. ing until you open your eyes.
close to -Johnny Crane, Legendary
Possible musician, songwriter, and
ng the liv- softhvare designer


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THREE PEOPLE SUSTAINED MINOR INJURIES in a two-vehicle collision Friday afternoon in Blountstown. According to the Blountstown
Police Department, Emanuel Levail Black, 25, of Blountstown, was westbound on Mayhaw Drive in a 2004 Dodge car around 1:40
p.m. when he failed to see a 2006 Chevrolet pickup, driven by Larry Sweeney, 63, of Louisiana, traveling south on River Street. After
stopping at the corner, Black pulled into the path of Sweeney's vehicle and the two collided. Black, along with two of Sweeney's
passengers, were transported to Calhoun-Liberty Hospital by Emergystat Ambulance for non-incapacitating injuries, Black was
charged with failing to yield the right of way. The accident was investigated by Ofc. C. Bender of the BPD.


Wakulla Bank teaches area



children how to save money


Wakulla Bank employees
were teaching fifth-grade
classes in Leon, Wakulla,
Calhoun and Liberty counties
on April 25 for "National
Teach Children to Save Day"
using an American Bankers
Association curriculum
geared toward helping chil-
dren learn to save and spend
wisely.

A recent study shows this
age group is interested in
learning about saving. When
asked what they would do if
given a gift of $100, 59 per-
cent of children between the
ages of 9 and 12 said they
would save at least $50,


according to a recent survey
by Weekly Reader Research
and the American Institute of
Certified Public Accountants.
Fifty-three percent of those
surveyed have savings
accounts, 47 percent have
plans for saving and spend-
ing their money and 56 per-
cent are putting money away
for college.
"The curriculum is
designed to help children
make good decisions on how
to manage their money," said
Wakulla Bank President and
CEO Walter C. Dodson Jr.
"Early lessons about savings
can prepare students for a
lifetime of sound money man-


agement."
According to the American
Bankers Association, U.S.
teens spend roughly $169
billion a year, and the direct
buying power of 4- to 12-
year-olds is predicted to
exceed $51.8 billion in 2006.

Since the first National
Teach Children to Save Day,
nearly 26,000 bankers have
reached almost 1.5 million
children and teens across the
country. Wakulla Bank
employees will reach nearly
1,000 elementary school stu-
dents in four counties.
To learn more, visit
www.wakullabank.com.


St mount Rcord


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eB I^TUARIES


PRESTON BLEDSOE II
Mr. Preston Bledsoe II, 33,
of Blountstown, passed away
Wednesday afternoon, April
19, 2006, in Blountstown.
Mr. Bledsoe was born in
Starkville,
Mississippi,
and had
lived in
Blountstbown
for the past
six years. He
had been a
custodian at
Blountsto\wn
High School
and was a
manager at
McDonalds. He was a minister
.leading revivals in the area,
preaching the word of God
where he was called. Preston
was a member of 'the
Blountstown First Pentecostal
Holiness Church and was an
avid outdoorsman. He was
preceded in death by his
mother, Shirley Faye Bledsoe.
Survivors include his loving
wife, Miranda "Christy"
Bledsoe, of Blountstown; five
children, Gabriel and Starla
Faye Bledsoe of Blounistown,
Dakota,, M marshall. and
Heavenly Grace Bledsoe of
Canton, Mississippi; his
fatifer, Reverend Preston,
Bledsoe, Sr. and stepmother.
Valetta. of Fountain. FL: two
sisters, Kathy Edwards and
her husband, Scott, of Maven,
Mississippi, ahd Shirley; Jo
Stephens and her husband,
Tommy, of Dallas. Texas; a
half brother, Michael Bledsoe



Card of thanks
The family of Matte Price
would like to take this oppor-
tunity to say thank you for all
your love and support during
the recent loss of our loved
one. She was special to us and
we know now she was special
to a lot of folks.
Thank you for the love.
prayers, food, visits, calls.
cards. flowers, and gifts in
memory of her. We know she
would be so honored and
proud because our mother was
a gracious lady.
A special thank you to
Pastor Tom for your visits
before and after her death.
Your love. prayers and com-
passion really meant a lot to
hertan'd qss-Also ito' theFirste
Ba9tlst' Church ', for v".our'
prayers. support, love and
fodd: "S fahalays enjoined each"
of your visits. the food you pre-
pared for her and for your
friendship.
Thank you Darryl Taylor
and Howard Johnson. Jr. for
the beautiful music and songs.
she loved those songs dearly.
Thank you to Emerald Coast
Hospice for your special care of
mama if only for a short time.
She looked forward to you
arn\ring and spending time
with her. Thank you to the
EMT's who arrived and were
professional, but so very com-
passionate and caring that
morning.
Thank you to Marion Pea\v
and all that you did for us dur-
ing the toughest time in our
lives. Thank you is such a
small time to say,, but we sin-
cerely hope you know that you
will never be forgotten for being
with us and sharing m our
loss.
We certainly hope we have
not left anyone out. All of you
are special and thanks again.

Charles Price. Jackie and
Elhs Jordan, Keith and Marie,
Chris and Jennifer, Melody.
Brandi and Keith. Greg and
Amy, Kim and all the great
grandchildren and great, great
grandchild

Card of thanks
We wish to express our
heartfelt appreciation to
everyone for their prayers,
visits, phone calls, flowers
and food during the illness
and death of Rita.
The family of
Rita Musgrove


of Cleveland, Tennessee;
many friends and his church
family.
Memorial services were
held at 3 PM. Saturday, Apr.
22, from Blountstown First
Pentecostal Holiness Church
with Rev. David Goodman offi-
ciating. Contributions can be
made to the Bledsoe Memorial
Fund, PO Box 281,
Blountstown, FL 32424.
Adams Funeral Home was
in charge of the arrange-
ments, ph. 674-5449 or online
at www.adamsfh.com.

JAMES CARL GRIFFIN
Mn James CarlGriffin, 73,
of Altha, passed away early
Monday morning, April 24,
2006, at his home.
Mr. Griffin was born in
Calhoun County on June 25,
1923, and had lived here most
of his life. He, along with his
wife, owned and operated
Griffin's Tackle Box and J.
Carl's One Stop in Calhoun-
County. Mr. Griffin served in
the United States Army and
was a veteran of the Korean
Conflict.
Survivors include his wife,
Sharon Griffin of Altha; four
sons; Mike Griffin and his
wife, Seena, of Altha, Marshall
Griffin and'his wife, Cindy, of
Panama City, Matthe\w, Griffin
A.nd" his wife, Cindy. of
Panama City. and Max Griffin
and his wife, Julie, of
Clarksville; two brothers, J.C. \
Griffin of Kinesville. FL. and
Glen Griffin of Monticello: two
sisters, Vosteal Bateman of
Kissimmee, and Judy Gregory
of Panama City: and eight
grandchildren.
Private family funeral serv-
ices will be held. Peavy
Funeral Home in Blountstown
is in charge of arrangements.
ph. 674-2266.

MARTHA CAROLYN
McCLELLAN
Mrs. Martha Carolyn
McClellan, 83. of
Blountstown, passed away
Thursday. April 20. 2006, at
the Calhoun-Liberty Hospital
in Blountstown.
Mrs. McClellan was born
on March 15, 1923, in Macon,
Georgia, and had lived in
Calhoun County for most of
her life. Martha was a member
of the St. Luke's Episcopal
Church in Marianna, served
i-',-aspast, worthy matron of-the
SBlountstown" Chapter #-179 -
Order of the Eastern Star. She
was a retlrea'radiologit x-i'iy"
medical technician and
received her 40 year pin.
'Survivors include several
cousins and many dear and
close friends.
Private funeral services
were held. All arrangements
were under the direction of
MIVrlon Peavy of Peavy Funeral
Home in Blountstown. ph.
674-2266.

RUBY LEE MILLER
Mrs. Ruby Lee Miller, 82, of
Clarksville, passed away
Wednesday morning, April 19,
2006, at Gulf Coast Hospital
in Panama City.
Mrs. Miller was born in
Cypress and was a life long
resident of the area. She was a
member of Travelers Rest
Freewill Baptist Church in
Clarksville, the ladies auxil-
iary of the church, and
Blountstown Chapter 179 of
the Order of Eastern Star.
Survivors include her hus-
band, Aster Miller. of
Clarksville; four sons, Johnny
M. Miller and his vife, Sonja,


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of Altha, Wilbur Miller and his
wife, Linda, of Lynn Haven,
Don Miller and his wife, Mary
Lou, of Clarksville, and Glenn
Miller and his wife, Neva, of
Clarksville; one daughter,
Jeris Pitts and her husband,
Mike, of Greenville, South
Carolina; one brother, Ed
Hitchcock of Clarksville; nine
grandchildren; and 11 great
grandchildren..
Funeral services were held
at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 22,
from the Travelers Rest
Freewill Baptist Church with
Rev. Marvin Nichols and.Rev.
Shawn Williams officiating.
Interment followed in the
Travelers Rest Cemetery.
Arrangements were under
the direction of Marlon Peavy
at Peavy Funeral Home in
Blountstown, ph. 674-2266.

SP5 JENNINGS "JACK"
ROLLING RICHARDS
Sp5 Jennings "Jack".
Rollings Richards,. a retired
Army Air Ambulance
Specialist, went to be with his
heavenly father the morning
of April 22, 2006.
Services were held at 2:00
p.m., Monday, April 24, at
Culley's Meadow Wood
Funeral Home, Riggins Rd.
Chapel, with burial at the
Cario City Cemetery..
Mr. Richards was bom in
Overstreet, FL. on April 2,
1914, to William and Nora
Richards. He was one of nine
children. He was a proud,
gentle, kind man dedicated to
serving his Lord, and taking
care oT his family, friends.
church and community. lHe
enjoyed sharing the fruits of
his labors from his time gar-
dening and fishing. He was
greatly loved and respected by
his friends at Crossways
Baptist Church where he
served as an usher and
greeter. Prior to his time there
he helped organize two mis-
sions in the Florida Baptist
Association with Morning Side
Baptist Church and Woodrun
Baptist Church. He also took
pride in helping build the
Southern Baptist Association
Building.
Surivors include his
devoted wife. Hildreth; beloved
daughter and son-in-law.
Jennie and Russ LeClaire;
stepson and daughter-in-law.
Winston R. and Rita Stokes:
granddaughters, Patricia
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Redding and husband, David,
Kathy Aycrbe and husband,
Paul, and Vicki Sloane and
husband, Jim; grandson,
Winston R. Stokes, Jr. and
wife, Mary; thirteen grandchil-
dren; two brothers, Wilson
Richards and wife, Louise,
and Henry Richards and wife,
Opal; two sisters, Nellie
Richards and N.L. Schuler
and husband, Harry; and a
host of loving nieces,
nephews, cousins and other
family and friends.

ALBERT MORONI SHULER
Mr. Albert Moroni Shuler,
95, of Bristol, passed away
Wednesday night, April 19,
2006, at the Calhoun-Liberty
Hospital in Blountstown.
Mr. Shuler was born in
Hosford and had lived all of
his life in Calhoun and Liberty
Counties. He was a member of
the Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints. Mr. Shuler
was a retired timber dealer.
He was preceded in death
by his wife, Louise Shuler; a
son, Troy Wayne Shuler; and a
granddaughter, Celeste Shuler
Eubanks.
,Survivors include three
sons, A.M. Shuler, Jr. and his
wife, Patti, of Bristol; James
Edwin' (Pot) Shuyer and his
wife, Jeane, of. Bristol; and
Gary Houston Shuler of
Blountstown; 13 grandchil-
dren; and numerous great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
at 5 p.m. EDT Friday. April
21. from the Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints in
Bristol. Interment followed in
Hosford Cemetery.
Arrangements were under
the direction of Marlon Peavy
at Peavy Funeral Home in
Blountstown. ph. 674-2266.

EUNICE THOMPSON
Mrs. Eunice Thompson. 86.
of Bristol. passed away.
Wednesday. April 19. 2006. in
Pensacola.
Mis., Thompson was a
native and life long resident of
Bristol and w\as a member of


Gateway Baptist Church
17667 N Main St., Blountstown, FL 674-7525
Pastor: Rev. Dave Odum
Sunday School...9:30 AM Worship Service. .11 00 AM
Sunday Evening ..6:00 Pm
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Meaningful Bible Study........................9:45 AM
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Located two blocks south of the intersection Highway 20
and Main Street in Blountstown
First Baptist Church
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Assembly of God Church
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Lake Mystic Baptist Church in
Bristol where she served as
pianist for several years, as
well as playing for Sumatra
Baptist Church.
Survivors include a son,
Freddie Duggar and his wife,
Peggy, of Bristol; a daughter,
Barbara Nell Alverson and her
husband, Al, of Milton; two
stepsons, James Eddie
Thompson and his wife, Nina,
of Panama City and Charles
Thompson and his wife,
Dorothy, of Chattahoochee;
four grandchildren, Chuck
Duggar and his, wife, Meg,
Kimberly Vel Dink and her
husband, Fred, Michael
Alverson and his wife, Elke,
and David Alverson and his
wife, Nancy; 10 great grand-
children, Max Vel Dink,
Marygrace Duggar, Allen
* Duggar, Emory Duggar, Aimee
Alverson, Amanda Alverson
Faulk and her husband
Richard, Melissa Alverson,


Christian Benner, and
Mercedes Benner; a great
great grandson, Adam Faulk;
and nine step grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Sat 11 AM EST Saturday, April
22, from the Lake Mystic
Baptist Church in Bristol with
Tommy Sumner officiating.
Interment followed in the Lake
Mystic Cemetery. In lieu of
flowers, contributions can be
made to the Lake Mystic
Building Fund, PO Box 486
Bristol, FL 32321, or the
Florida Baptist Children's
Home 8415 Buck Lake Rd.,
Tallahassee, FL 32317.
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The County Record, APRIL 26, 2006, Page 5


Ceremony Saturday, April 29, at Civic Center



Bridges, Pitts to speak vows


Dr. Michael Glaze, a
Calhoun County native, will
be completing his residency
in Emergency Medicine from
the Medical College of
Georgia in Augusta in June
of this year. He will be obtain-
ing his Board Certification in
Emergency Medicine over the
next several months. Dr.
Glaze has accepted a position
and plans on starting work in
the Emergency Department
at Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital in July.
A 1992 graduate of
Blountstown High School,
Dr. Glaze graduated from
Chipola Junior College in
1997 and earned his B.S.
degree at the University of
South Alabama in 1999. He
attended medical school at
the University of Alabama
School of Medicine in
Birmingham, AL and gradu-
ated with an M.D. degree in
2003.


Dr. Glaze is the son of
Bruce and Connie Glaze of
Clarksville. He and his wife,
Tammy, have three children,
Taylor Belle, 10, McKenzie
Gloria, 7, and Michael Jr., 4.


Ronny and Jo Ann Bridges
of Blountstown are pleased to
announce the upcoming mar-
riage of their daughter,
Joanna Bridges, to Jason
Pitts. He is the son of Lonnie
and Shawn Pitts of Kinard.


The American Cancer
Society Relay For Life of
Calhoun/Liberty Counties
will begin on May 5. Our
next meeting is April 27th at
5:30 (CST) at the Civic Center
in Blountstown. We would
like to invite everyone to
attend including all current
or past team captains and
team members. You still
have time to form a team.
Relay For Life is a fun-
filled overnight event
designed to celebrate sur-
vivorship and raise money to
help the American Cancer
Society save lives, help those
who have been touched by
cancer, and empower individ-
uals to fight back against this
disease. During the event,
teams will gather and take
turns walking or running
laps. Teams. generally con-
sist of 10 members or more.
Each team keeps at least one
team member walking on the
track at all times. Cancer
survivors are invited to talk
the first lap of the Relay For
Life event to celebrate their
victory over cancer. Each
survivor will receive a free T-
shirt to wear while walking
the track. There is no cost to
participate. Cancer
Survivors need to call the
American Cancer Society at
1-800-ACS-2345 to register
and request their T-shirt
size. We will also have a spe-
cial Luminaria Ceremony to
recognize those touched by
cancer. Individuals or com-
panies can make contribu-
tions in memory of those who


Grandparents of the bride-
elect are J.O. and Clyde
Stone of Blountstown, and
Bruce Bridges and the late
Qunion Bridges of
Blountstown.
The groom elect's grand-


have lost their fight with can-
cer and in honor of those who
have survived. Each will be
recognized by a lighted lumi-

*A


parents are the late Paul and
Beulah Pitts of Kinard and
John F. Bailey and the late
Delores Bailey of Kinard.
The marriage will take
place this Saturday, April 29,
at 4:30 p.m. at the W.T. Neal


American Cancer Society event to be held at LCHS Field


Relay for Life May 5-6


naria displayed at the Relay
for Life event. Luminaria con-
See RELAY FOR LIFE, page 16


Civic Center in Blountstown.
All family and friends are
invited to attend.

BHS Class of '76
planning reunion;
meeting May 16
Attention: BHS Class of
1976. We need to make plans
for our 30 year class reunion.
A meeting has been tenta-
tively scheduled for May 16.
Please contact Becky
"Yon" Kastli at 643-8784 or
Beckey "Demont" Dykes at
643-6150 for time.


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The County Record, APRIL 26, 2006, Page 6


At state weightlifting meet in Gainesville...


Ivory wins title,


team is fourth


BY KELLI PEACOCK
NewsEditor
Blountstown High School
was well represented by some
powerful lifters Friday at the
state meet in Gainesville with
one returning with a state
title and the team as a whole
placing fourth in Class 1A.
BHS senior Arsenio Ivory
blew the competition away in
the 183 lb. class. "Arsenmo
had a 405 bench and set two
state records in his class with
a 350 clean and jerk and his
total w\\eight of 755." Coach
Greg Jordan tells The County
Record. -That kid is a three
time state champion in three
different weight classes. He
set new records in the 169
class last \ear in clean and
jerk. and total record in 183
this year. I've talked to a lot of
lifters and he's probably one
of the three strongest lifters,
pound for pound, in the state
of Florida. He's a \ery special
kid and a special lifter. There
was only one kid m the whole
meet iA or 2A that scored
a higher total. His total is just
out of sight."
Although Ivory has been to
state each of his high school
years, he says this meet
meant the most. "This year
has been the best because I


had the chance to break the
bench, clean and jerk, and
total," he points out. "I have
been working four years to
accomplish that goal. Plus, I
had the highest total in the
state."
After graduation next
month, Ivory plans to attend
Florida A & M University
where he will be playing foot-
ball for the Rattlers. "I'm
going to lift on my own for
football." he says. adding,
"I'm self-motn-ated."
As a team. Blountstown's
lifters came in fourth place at
the meet. Those in the top six
earn points toward the
team's total and those claim-
ing them for BHS. in addition
to Ivory. \\ere junior Bntt
Wood. who placed fourth in
the 139 lb. class, and junior
Josh Lee. who came in fourth
in the 199 lb. class. Wood
had a 250 bench and 215
clean and jerk for a 465 total.
Lee had a 325 bench and 315
clean and jerk for a 640 total.
Also placing were junior
Just odin Godwin who came in
eighth in the 129 lb. class
with a 215 bench and 190
clean and jerk for a 405 total.
along with sophomore Ryan
Baker who came in tenth in
the 199 lb. class with a 305
bench and 275 clean and jerk


for a 580 total. In the heavy-
weight division, senior Zack
Smith scratched.
Former BHS lifter Chaz
Johns, now competing in
Baker County, finished third
in the 238 class with a 385
bench and 325 clean and
jerk.
Coach Jordan says the
competition at state contin-
ues to get tougher each year.
"In Class IA. enrollment runs
up to just over 1600 kids. so
we're competing against 4A
schools that have four times
as many kids as we have
here." he points out. "We had
a state champion here last
year that would have come in
eighth this Near. The kids are
just getting stronger. This is
an extremely competitive.
strong group of lifters in 1A.
There were several state
records broken down there.
Used to. a 700 pound total
was few and far between.
Now if you're in one of those
top three weight classes and
you're not close to 700
pounds, you're just about
wasting your time. But our
kids work as hard or harder
than anyone."
BHS will lose two seniors
this year and Coach Jordan
says. "I expect some of these
underclassmen to step up


and work hard and do what
they need to do to get to next
year's state meet."


The Tiger lifters will now
begin focusing their energy
on the football field with


spring training beginning
Monday. A scrimmage game
is set for Friday, May 19.


THE TIGER WEIGHTLIFTING TEAM includes (front r6.cA from left) Wese ley N. some Demanrco Johnrsn Josh 74-6o
Go.dwin Ryan Shores, Shore Boilev Moalcol, IvoryC Caose Jorhnson. Lance Clemons middlee ro-) Brod
Terry, JOSh Hudson. Jon Lockhart. Brad Tucker Britt Leoch. A K Fain. David Mvayo Justin Godwin (back WWw. S un d offa ud i o co m
row) Rvan Baker Nick houversourk Ron Van Lierop losh, Underwood Brintt Wood Josh Lee Brailey

Johnson. David P:pceCk ,.nAt^e.o l. ny, l, > ?... *


AIthas AlL..day .
,'I~h~~- a', i,, A.c ''.,',.,


is state champ


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Altha's John Alday made
school history Friday when
he earned the first state
championship ever for the
boys' weightlifting team.
Alday, a junior, claimed
his first state title, competing
in the 119 lb. class for Class
IA. "We knew he was capable
of more on both lifts [than his
qualifying lifts] and we were
just hoping the kid that was
tied with him when they
qualified wasn't." Coach
Robbie Smith remarks. "It
turned out that was true. He
was able to improve his clean
and jerk by 15 lbs. and his
bench by five.. We actually
completely changed his jerk
technique two days before
the meet and it paid off." '
As for bringing home his
first state championship
medal, Alday says, "It felt
good. That was my goal for
the year. I'm hoping to move
up to the 139 Ib. weight class
next' year and at least get a
550 total."
Coach Smith sa\s Altha's
team came up short with
such stiff competition. "As a
whole, we probably could
have done a little better than
[ thought they did." he notes.
"We had a couple boys who
knew they weren't going to
place, so they went for broke.
They knew they had to get In
the top six, so they scratched
on their lifts. They c6uldhave
probably got an easy. clean
and 'erk to have a total, but
they wanted to go-for top six,
so they opened a little higher
than they normally would
have. Dennis Goodman was
five: pounds away from
medaling.7.
Only four years into their
weightlifting .program, Coach
Smith is optimistic about the
future. "I have five out of
seven qualifiers returning
next year." he points out. "If I
could get a couple more
lifters. I think we. would have
a shot to place top five in the
state as-a team next year. We
just got a new weightroom
after working out of .a
restored music room for the


past four years. so the kids
have something they can be
proud of now."
On behalf of the Altha
weightlifting team. Coach
Smith extends his apprecia-.
tion to those who have sup-
ported them this season. "I
had a bunch of people help
us go to state this year. I just
want to thank everybody who
donated money to our pro-
gram and allowed us to have
a very enjoyable meet.
Special thanks to Page Pond
Assembly of, God Church,
Ramsey's Piggly Wiggly.
Blountstown Drugs. Altha
Paint & Body, and Margaret
and Phillip Smith. There were
many others who helped, too.
and we appreciate them all."


Ti-State


deep bog


winners
The Deep Bog results of
April 22 at the Tri-State Off
Road Park were as follows:
4 & 6 cylinder
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3rd pi JonathanBrovkn
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Calhoun
Marv Sue Neves
Superintendent

Franklin
Jo Ann Gander
Superintendent
FSU Schools, Inc.
Jesse Jackson
Director

Gadsden
Reginald James
Superintendent
Gulf
Tim Wilder
Superintendent


Hamilton
(Risk Management Member)
Harry J Pennington
Superintendent

Holmes
Steve Griffin
Superintendent

Jackson
Danny Sims
Superi lendent

Jefferson
Phil Barker
Superintendent

Liberty
David Summers
Superintendent


Madison
Lou Miller
Superintendent
Tavlor
Oscar M. Howard, Jr.
Superintendent
Wakulla
David Miller
Superintendent
Walton
Carlene Anderson
Superintendent

Washington
Calvin Stevenson
Superintendent


Safety & Positive Thinking

Lead to Success


Paula Lovett Waller
SExecutive Director


Patrick McDaniel
Risk Manager


Tony Ganstine
Safety Specialist


Congratulations

to the

Graduating Seniors of 2006


Panhandle Area Educational Consortium

Member School Districts







The County Record, APRIL 26, 2006, Page 7


Altha track winners




will compete at meet


BHS track trio headed to state

'.Three members of the Blountstown High School track'team are headed to the state meet
Friday after winning at regionals. Pictured above (from left) are Kristen Baker (1st place, 400
meter run,60.1.2 seconds), Shella Washington (3rd place, 100 meter run, 12.09 seconds), Kenshare
;rant (second place, 100 meter run, 11.02 seconds). and Coach Andrew Sumner. Regionals,
were held April 22 at Chiles High School In Taloahassee. The trio and Coach Sumner will be, in
Jacksonville Friday for the state competition to be held at Wolfson High School.



BMS athletes qualify




for countrywide ee
ty w ide'',^.* ***A ...:', .\ :


:Blountstownv Middl
School recently held compete
tions to qualify athletes fo
the upcoming countywid
track meet. Those who place
include:
BOYS EVENTS
50 yard dash
1. Keijaun Davis
S2. Brandon Smith
100 meter run
1. Alexander Garrett
2. Brandon Smith
Boys standing broa
jump
1. Alexander Garrett
2. Trevor Engram
3. Cavon Cox
Sit-ups
1. Travis Pittman
2. Hunter Jenks
3. Alex Hill
Pull-ups
1. Trevor Engram
2. Keijuan Davis
3. Alexander Garrett
Running long jump
L Cayon-Gox
2. Brion Simmons
A 3..Brariddni Smith
Softball
1. Tyler Daniels
2. Jacob Wainwright
3. Jason Money
High jump
1. Blake Garrett
2. Cavon Cox
3. Paul Mosley
Mile
1. Jonathon Sumner
2. Stafford Dawson
3. Roger Abbott
300 yd. & 1200 yd. Rela
1. Alexander Garrett
2. Brandon Smith
3. Cavon Cox
4. Keijuan Davis
Shuttle Run
1. Trevor Engram


le 2. Cavon Cox
i- 3. Justin Grant
)r 600 yard run
le 1. Jacob Wain\wright
d 2. Josh Williams
3. Jason Money

GIRLS EVENTS
Flex arm hang
1. Allison Slongo
2. Meagan Brown
3. Amber Burch
Sit-ups
.d 1. Jacy Richards
2. Hayley Sumner
3. Karis Smith
Standing broad jump
1. Shaterial Davis
2. Sasha Simmons
3. Elizabeth Koonce
50 yd. dash
1. Faith Bell
2. Shaterial Davis
100 yd. dash
1. Sasha Simmons
2. Naiyea Murrell
Running.long jump
1. Shaterial Davis
2. Montoya Garrett
3. LaVasvette Donaldson
Mile
1. Nikki Davis
2. Naiyea Murrell
3. Mercedes Gammon
Softball throw
1. Brittany Griffin
2. Bria Snow\den
3. LaVasyette Donaldson
High jump
1. Sasha Simmons
2. LaVasvette Donaldson
3. Elizabeth Koonce
.y 600 yard run
1. Faith Bell
2. Elizabeth Koonce
3. Jahnica Jones
1200 yard relay
1. Sasha Simmons
2. Shaterial Da\is


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3. Faith Bell
4. Naiyea Murrell

300 yard relay
1. Mercedes Gammon
2. Elizabeth Koonce
3. Naivea Murrell
4. Faith Bell
Shuttle Run
1. Elizabeth Koonce
2. Mercedes Gammon
3. Shaterial Davis


Several Altha athletes will
be competing at the county-
wide track meet today,
Wednesday, April 26, at Sam
Atkins Park, after qualifying on
the school level. They include:
BOYS EVENTS
100 yard dash
1. Blake Chason
2. Jeremy Baggett
Shuttle Run
1. Zack Todd
2. Forrest McCroan
3. Blake Chason
High Jump
1. Jeremy Baggett
2. Ethan Ellis
3. Mason Payne
Running long jump
1. Jordy Johnson
2. Mason Payne
3. Jarred Tissue
Pull-ups
1. Jarred Tissue
2. Zack Segars
3. Blake Chason
Standing long jump
1. Darrel Heath
2. Jordy Johnson
3. Blake Chason
Mile
1. Zack Segars
2. Blake Chason
3. Ethan Ellis
300 relay
1. Jeremy Baggett
2. Zack Segars
3. Blake Baggett
4. Bret Floyd
Sit-ups
1. Stephen Lee
2. Jarred Tissue
3. Darrel Heath
50 yard dash
1. Jeremy Baggett
2. Te-rr Wiley
1200 relay
I. Blake Chason
2. Zack Segars
3. Blake Baggett
4. Jeremy Baggett


5. Bret Floyd
600 yard relay
1. Jeremy Baggett
2. Ashton Baggett
Softball throw
1. Jarred Tissue
2. Darrel Heath
3. Zack Segars
GIRLS EVENTS
100 yd. dash
1. Brittany Mills
2: Sharlyn Smith
300/1200 Relay
1. Brittany Mills
2. Tracy Clemmons
3. Sharlyn Smith
4. Angel Dehn
Running long jump
1. Lindsey Doyal
2. Kandice Shelton
3. Angel Dehn
High jump
1. Brittany Mills
2. Christy Simmons
3. Tammy Johnson
Flex- arm hang
1. Hali Smith
2. Savannah McCroan
3. Autumn Cook,
Standing long jump
1. Christy Simmons
2. Angel Dehn
3. K.K. Beauchamp
Mile
1. Kara Bremer
2. K.K. Beauchamp
3. Shavla Chason
600 yd. dash
1. Sierra Chason
2. Sharlyn Smith
3. Brittany mills
Sit-ups
1. Kayva Hires
2. Kami Jackson
3. Bnttany Mills
Shuttle Run
1. Sierra Chason
2. Sharl-n Smith
3. Shavla Chason
Softball throw
1. Lindsey Doyal


2. Sierra Chason
3. Christy Simmons
50 yd. dash
1. Brittany Mills
2. Sierra Chason

Lady Tigers

are district

runners up

BY COACH SUSAN RASH


The Blountstown Lady
Tigers beat Altha' 11-4 last
Tuesday and lost 5-4 to
Sneads Thursday to be
named district runners-up.
We let Altha score four in
the second inning, but did
what we needed to win.
The district tournament
was ours and we let it slip
away in the bottom of the
fourth against Sneads. We
made several errors to give
them three runs that inning.
They also scored one in the
bottom of the second. We
went into the top of the fifth
tied 4-4 and they scored one
more that inning. It was
heartbreaking for our team.
We knew we could win, it just
got away from us. The girls
are having a great season.
For us to make it to the
championship is great con-
sidering we haven't been
there in a few years. I am
proud of this team and we
have improved so much.
We are 12-7 and were
scheduled to play Wewa
Tuesday night.


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. The County Record, APRIL 26, 2006, Page 8


"Once Upon a Mattress" at BHS




Musical May 5-6 HIGH SCHOOL NEWS

Based on Hans Christian .-. .


Andersen's fairytale, The
Princess and the Pea, our
story centers on a medieval
kingdom where a King has
been struck mute by an
Ancient curse. His wife, the
obsessive and tyrannical
queen, loves her son
Dauntless so much that she
cannot bear to see him
marry. So she devises impos-
sible tests, for princesses who
are prospective partners.
They fail, and this means no
,one in the kingdom can
marry.
In the meantime, a chival-
rous knight answers the call
of his maiden in distress, and
Sa witch creates a potion to
render all who drink uncon-
scious. Come and see
Blountstown High School's
"Once Upon a Mattress" and
find out what hijinks await
the one daring princess who
finally stands up to the
queen. It's the musical that
Sis sure to keep you wanting
more.
SIn conjunction with the
'production, a coloring book
.has been created for children
in Calhoun County and the
Surrounding areas that tells


the original version of The
Princess and the Pea, includ-
ing several scenes from the
story for children to color.
Further, BHS is offering a $1
off discount to children who
fully color the booklet and
present it at the door on the
night of one of the perform-
ances. Booklets have been
distributed at Blountstown
Elementary School and Carr
School Elementary.
Additional packets can be
picked up at the Calhoun
County public library and all,
children are encouraged to
read and color Hans
Christian Andersen's classic'


tale.
The musical runs Friday
arid Saturday, May 5th arid
6th, beginning at 7:00 pm, in
the BHS auditorium. Tickets
are $5 in advance or $6 at the
door. Get your ticket now and
enter to win a $100 gift cer-
tificate toward the purchase
of a new Mattress set from
Badcock Home Furniture.
Either call the school at 674-
5724 for more information or
purchase your tickets now
from the BHS front office.
(Drawing will be held at the
end of the last performance;
you do not have to be present
to win.)


A tha School honor





roll is announced


Principal Ronnie Hand is
pleased to announce the
honor roll at Altha School.
'A Honor Roll
First grade: Devan
Adkins. Seth Alday, Kathrine
Alderman, Cy Barton, Nolon
Bean. Abbie Edenfield,
Jaylon Hall. Autumn Lee,
Ashley Lvtle. Kenneth
MIarkwalter, Collin Mears,
J.ustin Moore. Madison
Peacock. Johnny Sewell,
Madison Smith. Stephanie
Writson.
Second grade: Johnny
Aaron, Aubree Bay, Maranda
Biederman, Cassie Branton,
Katie Cox. Cody Finuff. Tes\ya
SGriffis. Blaire Hall, Daniel
Kirkland, Enrico MlcCalvin,
SAlyssa McCardle. Jesse Mills,
Sawyer O'Bryan, Samantha
Potter, Miriah Reddick,
Lvhanna Schuler, Hayden
White. Jay Yon.
Third grade: Alex
Aultman. Brooke Boggs,
Hunter Chason, Summer
Farris. Jenny Moore.
Fourth grade: Seth
Alderman, Porter Smith.
Brianna Yon.
Fifth grade: Ariel Folsom,
Madelynn Lytle.. Kaylee
McCalvin, Matthew
McCalvin. Zachary Perkins,
Kelsey Rehberg.
Sixth grade: Kimberly
Wiltse.
Seventh grade: Raven
Griffin. Harlea Perdue.
Eighth grade: Emily
Brooks.
Ninth grade: Caitlyn
Bruner, D.J. Griswold.
Cherie Hires. Katrina Messer.
Brittany Stephens.
Tenth grade: Joshua
Mclntosh. Zachariah Tatum.
Meagan Wiltse.
Eleventh grade: Nikki
DeBolt, Karinia Jackson.
Ashton Lee, Matthew
Maxwell. Kaitl\n Penney.
Bradley Wells, Ryan WeUs.
STwelfth grade: Tiffany
Betts. Angela Byler. Justin
McCoy, Kathryn Nichols,
Sarah Shelton.

S'A/B' Honor Roll
S First grade: Jeb Baggett,
SShayna Carter. Haley
Crawson, Brie Durrance.
SBrian Gay, Aadin Hill, Alex
Hill, Hunter Hillard. J.D.
SHunter, Lukas Landrum,
April Lynn, Kyle Potter, Kiana
Richards, Mary Shurrum.
Georgia Smith, Tristin
SWilliams.
Second grade: Austin
SBay, Bret Crumpler.
Machaela Horton, SKvler
Keel,' Charles Loveless,
SSalene Lyni, Damon Maki,
SHeather Pringle, Dylan
SSmith, Jasmine Varnum.
SThird grade: Abigail Ali,
Elizabeth Bailey, Ashlyn
Barfield, Katie Blount, Becky
E Gay, James Harris, Turner
SMcCroan, Rebekah
SNewsdme, CLaire Price.
SCorey Reese, Christopher
'Sale, Mary Sewell. Logan
Stone, Breanna Walker,
pHannah 'Warner, Aaron
Young.
SFourth grade: Hunter
Baggett, Andrew Blount,
IStephanie Branton, Deana'
'Griswold, Gaige Hansford,,
S B Daa


Ethan Peacock, Becky
Williams. Brina Yand.
Fifth grade: Corey Barton.
Samantha Bramblett. Haley
Chason. Danielle Harris.
Aricka Nichols. Harley Smith.
Albert Varnum.
Sixth grade: Shayla
Chason. Wesley Chexillot.
Kristin Cook. Alicia Griffin.
Mitchell Hall, Brooklyn Hunt.
Seventh grade: Sierra
Chason, Angel Dehn.
Elizabeth Gratz. Ellen Powell.
Sharlyn Marie SMith.
Kaithlyn Williams.
Eighth 'grade: Kara
'.Brtner. Blake Chason, 'Brett
Floyd, Cessna Folsom.
Rebekah Wiltse.
Ninth grade: Ethan Byler.
Kayla Eddie. Jacob
Edenfield. Dylan Hinson,
Caleb Morris. Cody Sewell.


Jessica Smith. Mar' Cathrvn
Smith. Kayla Yon.
Tenth grade: Corde
Beauchamp. Justin Branton.
Noah Byler. Gary Chew.
Cayla Cox-well: Samantha
Dehn, Brandi Griffin. Corey
Johnson. Heather Musgrove.
Taylor Shelton, Joshua
Warner.
Eleventh grade: John
Alday, Sean Alday, Kristina
Bailey. Audrey Brown. Aaron
Doyal, Jason Holland.
Brandon McAlpin.

Twelfth grade: Courtney
Beauchamp.' 'Amber Cook.


TIGERS OF THE MONTH: BHS Principal Keith Summers is pleased to announce the Tigers of the
Month. They are (front row, from left) Jessica Cantu,, Kyla Shiver, Samantha Bailey, Amber Eby,
(back row). Wesley Newsome, A. K. Fain, Matt Vincent and T. J. Rogers. Not pictured are Anita
Keel, Casey. McLendon, Staci Pittman, and Daniel Pullam. Jessica Cantu won the Tigers of the
Month drawing and received a $25 gift card to Movie Gallery, along with a reserved parking
spot on campus.


Class Elections
The following students
have been elected junior and
senior class officers for the
2006-2007 school term:.
Junior Class Officers
President Nick
Hauversburk %
Vice President Sharlana
Terry
Secretary Jessica
Bontrager
*Treasurer Allison Jones

Senior Class Officers
President T.J. Rogers
Vice-President Nikki
Bernhard
Secretary Jamie Hagler
Treasurer Wesley Petty
Chaplin Justin Godwin

Guidance News
Sophomore and freshmen
student schedules for next
year are due to Mrs. Barnick
by Friday. April 28. 2006.

Honor Graduate
Blountstown High School
Senior Janna Grantham was
inadvertently left off the 2006
Honor Graduate List last
week. Congratulations.
Janna. from everyone at BHS
for a job well done!


Jennifer Dehn, Brandon
Dysard. Brandon Ellis, FYI
Nicholas Hansford, Kyle May 3 Awards Day
McAlpin. Mary' Mclntosh. May 4 Senior/Faculty
Anna Nichols. Jeremy Supper
Watford. Patricia Williams. May 4/6 School Musical


May 8/10 Senior Exams
May 12 Baccalaureate
and Graduation Practice 8:00
to 1:00:
May 14 Baccalaureate at


5:00
May 17/19 Semester
Exams for grades 9-11
May 18 Graduation at
7:00


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High school students, parents invited Saturday


Cong. Boyd will host



Military Academy Day


Congressman Allen Boyd
(D-North Florida) will host his
annual Military Academy Day
on Saturday, April 29. The
event will be held from
10:00am tol2:00am EDT at
Congressman Boyd's
Tallahassee office, 1650
Summit Lake Drive, (Summit
East :in the Lobby),
Tallahassee.
High school freshmen,
sophomores and juniors who
are interested in attending
one of the U.S. military acad-
emies are encouraged to


attend. As part of the appli-
cation process, students are
required td& have a congres-
sional nomination submitted
on their behalf.
The event will give inter-
ested students and parents
an opportunity to learn more
about our nation's military
academies, requirements for
admission arid the appoint-
ment process. The event is
free and open to the public.
Congressman Boyd and
members of his staff will be
joined by representatives
from four service academies:


ALTHA FCCLA WINNERS: Altha School was well represented at
t he FCCLA State Conference held Apr. 10-13 in Orlando.
. Bringing home awards were (from letr) Candy Varnum (silver
: medal, storytelling event). Mollor, Bosford (gold medal, story-
Stelling proficiency event) Mary Catherine Smith (gold medal.
coping with life situations event), and Ashley Mills (gold medal,
coping with life situations event).


Kindergarten registration

to be held May 3 at Carr


Kindergarten registration
will be held at Carr School on
Wednesday, May 3. Please
call to schedule'an appoint-
ment. Advance appoint-
ments are required. The
number to call is 674-5395.
Required items:
A birth certificate to show
proof that the child will be 5
'ears- old .on or before
September 1, 2006.


A current Florida School
Physical examination and a
Florida Certificate of
Immunization provided by
the County Health
Department.
A copy of the child's social
security card.

SUSCIE ODY


U.S. Military Academy (West
Point), Naval Academy, Air
Force Academy and
Merchant Marine Academy.
Representatives from the
ROTC units of Florida State
University and Florida A & M
University will also be in
attendance.
For more information
about Military Academy Day,
please contact Edna Parker
in Congressman Boyd's
Tallahassee office at (850)
561-3979 or
edna.parker@mail.house.gov.

Chipola Show

Choir a editions

continue May 2
MARIANNA-Due to popu-
lar request, auditions for the
2006-07 Chipola Show Choir
will continue, with an addi-.
tional audition date, set for
Tuesday, May 2, at 4:30 p.m.
in' the Chipola Arts Center.
Prospective members who
have not yet auditioned
should come prepared to sing
one selection and dressed
comfortably to, learn basic
choreography.
Persons auditioning
should bring a CD or cassette
accompaniment track for
their vocal audition.
Show Choir scholarships
are available to those who
successfully audition into the
2006-07 show choir.
For information contact
Joan Stadsklev, at 718-2301.

Altha School's
Advisory Council
will meet May 1
Altha School will have a
School Advisory Council
meeting (SAC) on Monday.
May 1, at 5:30 p.m. The
meeting will be held in the
Media Center.


ALTHA SCHOOL NEWS


H ALTHA

Honor Graduates
Altha Public School is
.proud to announce those
students graduating with
honors. They are as follows:
Tiffany Betts (Valedictorian),
Justin McCoy (Salutatorian),
Brandon Dysard, Jennifer
Dehn, Sarah Shelton,
Patricia Williams, Anna
Nichols, Kyle McAlpin,
Courtney Beauchamp,
Angela Byler, and Everett
Baggett.
This is a great honor and
we are all proud of these.stu-
dents.
By: John Baumer
FCCLA State Conference
On April 10-13, the Altha
FCCLA chapter attended the
annual FCCLA State
Conference in Orlando. There
were eight members from Jr.
Sand Sr. FCCLA that attended
the conference and five com- ,
peted and placed. In addition
to competing,, the students
also got to enjoy themselves
for a day at Islands of
Adventures as well as attend-
'ing a banquet and a dance.
Jr. FCCLA member,
.Mallory Basford competed in
the 'Storytelling. Proficiency
Event and won a gold medal.
In the Coping With Life
Situation event, Mary Smith
arid Ashley Mills won gold
also with their skit on bulim-
ia. And Sr. FCCLA member,
Candy Varnum won a silver
medal for her original store ,
The Tiny Frog that Could" in'
the Storytelling event. Tiffany
Betts also attended the con-
ference since she holds the
state office of Vice President
of Recreation. She presided
over the meetings and helped
to pump up the FCCLA mem-
bers. We are proud of all of
the members that attended
and competed in this state
conference.
L By: Sarah Shelton
Days of Remembrance
April 23rd began the Days
of Remembrance which will
last through April 30th. This
week is set aside by the
United States Holocaust
Nlemorial Council to honor


PROM KING & QUEEN: Altha School's junior class presented
the seniors with their last prom Saturday, April 8. One of the
highlights of the evening was the crowning of the prom king
and queen, Jacob Tolbert and Courtney Beauchamp. The.
theme for the evening was "Time of Your Life".


Holocaust victims A and
remind Americans of what
can happen to civilized peo-
ple when bigotry, hatred, and
indifference 'reign. Altha
School would like to encour-
age everyone to join them in
one of the many different
Observances and
Remembrance activities that
take place during this week.
the Paperclip Campaign.
During World War II,
Norwegians wore paperclips
on their cuffs and collars to
demonstrate their opposition
to Nazism and to anti-
Semitism. Wearing a paper
clip could result in arrest.
but the function of the device
to bind together' took on the
fiercely symbolic meaning of
'people joining against the
forces of opposition. Today


Many schools and organiza-
tions embrace the program
and promote participation
with others. By simply wear-
ing a paperclip on your cloth-
ing during the Days of
Remembrance you can honor
Holocaust victims, support
our troops who can be targets
of hate crimes, and do your
part to support equality and
tolerance to oppose hate
crimes, racism, and preju-
dice.
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Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce H a ve
20816 Central Ave. East, Suite 2 Blountstown, Florida 32424 cd n th e
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BY JESSIE M. EHRICH Chamber's building. The next M.
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Membership Presentation
At last Thursday's
Chamber membership meet-
ing, Tony Shoemake's
overview of Main Street was
very well presented and
sparked a lot of compliments
and questions.
Tony gave a laptop presen-
tation in which he showed
"before" and "after" pictures
of downtown Blountstown,
relating to the demolition of
the old Piggy Wiggly and the
C. C. Corbin Hardware build-
ing. He also had beautiful-
shots of downtown attrac-
tions, such as the old court-
house and the M & B
Railroad historical-display. A
highlight of the presentation
was when Tony displayed old
pictures. newspaper clip-
pings, and advertisements
which gave members an
insight into the Blountstown
of yesteryear.
The Chamber would like to
extend a special "thank you"
to Connie Clayton for the
wonderful meal. Several
members complimented on
the great food and comment-
ed on the quiet location at
SConnie's Restaurant.

Main Street News
'The regular meeting of
Main Street Blountstown is
the first Monday of each
month at noon in the


BY LINDA WILLIAMS,
Mossy Pond VFD & Auxiliary

There's lots of news com-
ing from Mossy Pond this
week. We had a meeting with
Commissioner Jeral Hall
about a sports park at
Shelton Park Library.
We need for everyone in
the Mossy Pond and Shelton
Park area to find a petition
and sign. The petitions are at
the following places: Pit Stop
Sub and Salads in Altha, The
County Record in
Blountstown,, Shelton Park
Gas Station, and Shelton
Rark Library. Please find ,a
location and 'sign 'thisz peti-
tion for our young -people
even if they're not teens yet,
they will be. Someone said it
would be "just another place
t hang out and do drugs,"
Iut, I don't think so. With a
little supervision and sports,
they'll have something to do.
Now this is, of course, not the
answer for all children, but
90 0% would rather do some-
thing fun than not. Just the
few teens I've talked to are
real excited about this.
t Mossy Pond and Shelton
Iark people, this is the time


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brown bag lunch and join us!

Elam's Event
Don't forget to attend
Elam's event this Thursday
or Friday! The dinner &
Blountstown debut of his film
documentary, "Apalachicola
River, An American
Treasure," is scheduled for
6:30 :p.m. CST at The
Callahan Restaurant.
STickets (S20/eachl are
available at the Chamber.
Wakulla Bank in
Blountstown, : and the
Calhoun County Public
Library. All proceeds will go
to the Bobby Clark medical
fund, managed by RiverTown
Community Church.

Goodbye
With sincere regret, Jessie
Ehrich submitted her resig-
nation as Staff Assistant for
the Chamber of Commerce
effective at the end of busi-
ness on Friday. April 28.
Jessie enjoyed working at;
the Chamber and extends
her best dishes for a prosper-
ous future \with the Main
Street re-activation, down-
town revitalization,
Enterprise Zone re-designa-
tion, and other goals that the
Chamber is working to
accomplish. Thank you for
supporting your local
Chamber!


to do this. Let the commis-
sioner know that we want
and need this for our chil-
dren. You have all heard the
rumors that there s going to
be 400 new homes and fami-
lies here in this area. Well.
what are the kids going to do,
sit on their thumbs'? You
don't get what you don t ask
for. If you see Mr. Jeral Hall.
thank him for taking his time
to meet with us. Mr. Hall has
suggested that we go to the
county commission meeting
May 2 at 2 o'clock. The more
that show up, the better the
chances we may get the
sportsipark. We need to ask
foffa- volley ~ ball court, a bas--
ketball court and a softball
diamond.
The Mossy Pond VFD
Auxiliary's job is to raise
money for the VFD and we
work very hard at that job.
The next most important
item is the children. Our
Mossy Pond Auxiliary meet-
ing is May 2 at 12:30. We are
going to be serving lunch so
please come and then go to
the commission meeting with
us. If you are coming for
lunch, call Bill Williams at
762-9295 he's cooking.


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor

Distraught pet owners
from California are frantically
searching for their lost show
dog and believe he may be in
Calhoun County.
,Jack, or "Cactus Jack" as
he is known in the AKC show
circuit, was lost at the


Orlando International Airport
nearly a year ago on Mother's
Day. He was being shipped
from North Edwards, CA to
Orlando and bolted from his
crate at Delta Cargo.
Donna Whicker of the
Orlando area, who is leading
the search, recently contact-
ed The County Record to
report a Blountstown regi-


"JACK" HAS BEEN MISSING SINCE LAST MOTHER'S DAY when he
bolted from his crate at the Orlondo Internotional Airport. A
Blountstown woman recently spotted a dog fitting his descrip-
tion near Highway 71.


Arrow of Truth

By Rev. R.W. Waterman


Enemy Of The Cross
Philippians 3:18
Many live as enemies of
the cross of Christ .....There
mind is on earthly things
v.18-19.
Larry Lewis ~Tote:
"Driving west from my
church, I see mountain
peaks of Rock' Mountain
National Park. The sight of
them moves me. For reasons
I can't explain, their beauty
and majesty inspire and lift.
I want to rise higher in living
and 'pursue excellence in all
things. Such is the effect of
God's beauty on people who
take the time to notice."
We don't need any proof or
explanation to see that peo-
ple without the lifting force of
God sinks lower in life. sacri-
ficing dignity and potential
for fleshly satisfaction.
Contrary to common sense,
the world seems surprised at
the spread of Violence, cor-
ruption and wickedness.
Man scoffs at and rejects the
one sure and most simple
source of help and Victory.


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the cross of Christ.
To be a friend of the cross
is to find there eternal life.
Victory and inspiration. How
could one view the cross.
seek it's meaning, receive its
grace, and experience its
cleansing without being
moved daily to make every
day an offering of our best for
Jesus the Son of God'?


dent phoned her after spot-
ting a dog that fit the descrip-
tion of the missing Australian
Cattle dog near Hwy. 71. "She
had seen this dog the past
two weeks in her neighbor's
yard," Whicker tells The
County Record, adding that
the woman sent her a couple
pictures of the dog. "The pho-
tos are grainy, but they do
show an ACD of Jack's col-
oration. The white mark or
Bentley mark on his forehead'
is quite large and he does
have white on the tip of his
tail. This dog is also the blue
color and is a plain' faced
male. However, we are still


not-sure."
In addition to the above
mentioned markings, Jack's
fur is silver, his tummy is
brown, and he also has
brown markings under his
chin, as well as on his chest
and legs. Jack also has. an
Avid Microchip.

If you or anyone you know
has spotted a dog fitting
Jack's description, please
contact Whicker at 407-417-
4919. For more details, check
out Whicker's website at
http://home.mindspring.co
m/~mindless49/ id5.html or
www.petfinder.com.


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Calhoun and Liberty residents urged to support...





Bill to assist rural


counties


Senator Rod Smith, co-
sponsor of Senate Bill 1612
to provide additional rev-
enues for "fiscally con-
strained" counties, encour-
ages rural county residents
and elected officials to con-
tact their legislators to urge
them to support SB 1612.
"Our small .counties in
north Florida need the help
this bill will provide because
many are at their limit for
.taxes," said Smith. 'This is
the second year we've tried to
get this bill passed, and this
year it has made it past all
the committee hurdles in the
Senate and the House. I
expect it to be on the floor for
a vote in both chambers
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Covenant Hospice will
host a non-denominational
"Remembrance Celebration"
on Sunday, May 7, at 2 p.m.
at First Assembly of God
Church located at 4186
Lafayette Street (next .to
McDonald's) in Marianna.
This special service will
give families and friends of
former Hospice patients as
well as the entire community
an opportunity to honor and
celebrate the lives of their
loved ones. It will also
include a candle-lighting cel-
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The service \ill last about

Altha Library to

be closed during

moving process
The Altha Public Library
will close on Monday. April
24th and will remain closed
until further notice. The
library is moving to a new
building.
For information call the
main Library in Blountstown
at'674-8773.


local government leaders to
help motivate the Legislature
to take action on the issue
this year and to work togeth-
er to clarify outstanding
issues pertaining to the fund-
ing of the proposal."
The Revenue Estimating,
Conference has estimated
that the amount available to
29 "fiscally constrained"
counties will be approximate-
ly $16 million for fiscal year
2006-07. The estimated
amounts range from a high of
$792,631 for Union, Holmes
and Calhoun Counties to a
low of $160,524 for Franklin
County.
Senator Smith notes that
this is a change that the.
counties have been seeking


an hour with a reception
immediately following. The
celebration is open to the
entire community. Please
come and be a part of this
memorable time of remem-
brance.
For more information,
please contact January
Melvin at 482-8520 or (8881
817-2191.

Cancer support

group will meet

Monday night
A cancer support group
will meet on the first Monday
of each month at 6:00 p.m. in
the Heritage Room of the
Calhoun County Library.
If you have cancer now.
have had cancer, or have a
loved one who has cancer.
you might be interested in
this group or if you are a car-
ing person who would like to
lend support and learn more
about this disease you might
like to attend the meetings.
For more information call
the Calhoun County Library
.at 674-8773.


for some time. "I know that in
the past, the Legislature has
assigned new duties to our
county governments without
providing the funding sup-
port for new mandates. It is
our job to help support the
counties in doing the many
jobs we ask them to do for
our citizens."

The legislation is designed
to benefit .those counties
where one mill of taxation
raises less than $4 million.
There are 29 Florida counties
that would the definition for
receipt of these additional
funds in the current version


Bridgette Jones

to graduate from

nursing program
Bridgette Jones of
Blountstown will graduate
from the Tallahassee
Community College Nursing
Program this week. A pinning
ceremony is planned
Thursday, April 27, at the
Turner Auditorium Fine &
Performing Arts Center on
the TCC campus.
Jones is a member of Phi
Theta Kappa International
Honor Society and has been
named to the Dean's List.
Congratulations and good
luck!
Love. Alom. Dad. January,
and Mr. Richard


of the SB1612. The amount
each county is eligible to
receive under the proposed
guidelines varies by popula-
tion and current tax mileage.
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most races (5) and one pole in 2002, but incon-
sistency caused him to finish eighth in the final
points. In 2003 he dominated in the points
standings for almost the entire season and
became the 2003 NASCAR Winston Cup-
champion, the last driver to ever hold that title.
There was criticism about the conservative
style he employed en route to winning that
championship he won just one race which is
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Father Bury is CaCI Volunteer of the Year

A very special time was had on Thursday, April 20, as Calhoun Correctional Institution honored
their regular service volunteers. Pictured with Chaplains Honnen and Cain is this year's Volunteer
of the Year recipient, Father Tony Bury. Fr. Bury, who pastors at St. Francis in Blountstown, was also
honored this month by his church family as he celebrated his 50th year of pastoral ministry as an
Ordained Priest within the Roman Catholic Church.


Victory Christian

to host annual

super yard sale

Victory Christian Academy
will hold its annual Super
Yard Sale on May 6, from
8:00 12:00 CSTin the
school's gymnasium.
Sale items will include
household goods, gardening
tools, small tools, small
appliances, furniture, books,
children's toys, and much
more. Proceeds will benefit
kitchen facility upgrades for
the Academy.
VCA is located at 2271
River Road in Sneads, FL.
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NOTICE OF


SPECIAL MEETING
The Board of Commissioners of the Northwest Florida
Regional Housing Authority will hold its Annual Meeting
April 27. 2006. Ramada Inn North. 2900 North Monroe St.,
Tallahassee. Florida. meeting will begin at 1:00 P.M.. E.S.T.
The meeting will be open to the public.
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Accepting Sealed Bids

Calhoun County Senior Citizens has the following two vehicles for sale by wiay of a
sealed bid. The following two vehicles are available:

1) One 1984 Ford Crown Victoria, mileage 85,000. Fair condition.
Minimum bid...S500.
2) One 1984 Lincoln Town Car, mileage 73,000. This vehicle was garaged
the whole time. Excellent condition.
Minimum bid...S1 .400.

These vehicles may be seen between the hours of 7:00 AM-5:00 PM. Monday-Friday. at
16859 NE Cayson Street. If interested, mark your envelopes ("SEALED BID FOR #1
OR #2). Bids will be opened at the regular meeting of the Board of Directors on
Tuesday, May 16,2006 at 8:00 AM. Bids need to be turned in by Monday,May 15.
2006 at 4:00 PM.

Proceeds will go to the Calhoun County Senior Citizens Association. Thank you for
your support!
April 26,2006


Legal Notice
The Calhoun County School Board pro
poses to amend its policies for the
Calhoun County Schools as follows:
ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES ACT
CALHOUN COUNTY SCHOOLS
CHAPTER 8 AUXILIARY SERVICES
Addition of Policy:
8.502 Prequalification Of Contractor
For Educational Facilities Construction
This is a new policy which describes th
Criteria. Procedures, Application Process
Initial Issuance of Certificate, Renewal o
Certificate. Conditions for Delinquency
Causes for Suspension or Revocation and
the Appeal Process concerning the
Prequalification of Constructioi
Contractors. This proposed policy may be
viewed in its entirety at the Calhoun Count
School Board Office.

STATUTORY AUTHORITY:
1001.41, 1001.42, F.S.

LAWS) IMPLEMENTED: 1001.43, F.S.

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION RULESS:
6A-2.0010
ECONOMIC IMPACT:
MINIMAL
A hearing will be held on the above amend
ment in the Courthouse in Blountstown
Florida at the Regular School Bpard meeting
beginning at 5:00 P.M.. C. S. T., Tuesday
May 9. 2006.
Willie A. Brown, Chairman
Calhoun County School Boari
Attest
Mary Sue Neves. Superintendent
Calhoun County School:
April 1'2, 19. 26; May 3, 200t

Legal Notice
ABE SPRINGS/BULLHEAD BAY ROAD
C.I.G.P. PROJECT
PROJECT # 14.09'
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
The Calhoun County Board of Count
Commissioners will receive sealed bids front
any qualified person, company or corpora
tion interested in constructing the followingi
project:
ABE SPRINGS/BULLHEAD BAY ROAD
C.I.G.P. PROJECT
Plans and specifications can be obtained a
Preble-Rish. Inc. 324 Marina Drive. Port St
Joe, Florida 32456, (850) 227-7200. The bid
must conform to Section 287.133(3) Florid;
Statutes, on public entity crimes.
This project is a roadway widening and
resurfacing project.
All bidders shall be FDOT Qualified pe
Section 2-1 of the FDOT Standard
Specifications for Road and Bridge
Construction, latest edition.
Completion date for this project will be
180 days from the date of the Notice t
Proceed presented to the successful bidder.
Liquidated damages for failure to com
plete the project on the specified date will be
set at $200.00 per day.
Please Indicate on the envelope that thi:
is a sealed bid, the bid number and wha
the bid is for.
Bids will be received until 3:30 P.M
(CST), on May 16, 2006, at the Calhoun
County Clerk's Office. Calhoun Count
Courthouse, 20859 Central Avenue East
Room 130. Blountstown. Florida 32424. and
will be opened and read aloud on May 16
2006 at 5:00 P.M. (CST).
Cost for Plans and Specifications will b
$25.00 per set and is non-refundable
Checks should be made payable to PREBLE
RISH. INC.
The Board of County Commissioner
reserves the right to waive informalities ii
any bid..to accept and/or reject any or al
bids, and to accept the bid that in thei
judgment will be in the best interest o
Calhoun County.
If you have any questions, please call David
Kennedy at (850) 227-7200.
April 19. 26, 2001

Legal Notice
MASON ROAD
C.I.G.P. PROJECT
PROJECT # 14.09'
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
The Calhoun County Board of Count
Commissioners will receive sealed bids front
any qualified person, company or corpora
tion interested in constructing the following
project:
MASON ROAD
C.I.G.P. PROJECT
Plans and specifications can be obtained a
Preble-Rish, Inc. 324 Marina Drive. Port St
Joe, Florida 32456. (850) 227-7200. The bi
must conform to Section 287.133(3) Florid.
Statutes, on public entity crimes.
This project is a roadway widening an,
resurfacing project.


All bidders shall be FDOT Qualified per
Section 2-1 of the FOOT Standard
Specifications for Road and Bridge
Construction, latest edition.
e Completion date for this project will be
120 days from the date of the Notice to
Proceed presented to the successful bidder.
Liquidated damages for failure to com-
plete the project on the specified date will be
set at $200.00 per day.
Please indicate on the envelope that this
is a sealed bid, the bid number and what
the bid is for.
Bids will be received until 3:30 P.M.
s (CST), on May 16. 2006. at the Calhoun
County Clerk's Office. Calhoun County
Courthouse, 20859 Central Avenue East,
e Room 130. Blountstown, Florida 32424. and
, will be opened and read aloud on May 16,
f 2006 at 5:00 P.M. (CST),
Cost for Plans and Specifications will be
d $25.00 per set and is non-refundable.
e Checks should be made payable to PREBLE-
S RISH, INC.
e The Board of County Commissioners
y reserves the right to waive informalities in
any bid, to accept and/or reject any or all
bids, and to accept the bid that in their
judgment will be in the best interest of
Calhoun County.
If you have any questions, please call David
Kennedy at (850) 227-7200.
April 26; May 3..2006

Legal Notice
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to
a Writ of Execution issued in Calhoun
Court, of Calhoun County, Florida, on the
- 27th day of October, 2005. in the cause
, wherein Cristobel Bush was the plaintiff
g and Wade White was defendant, being Case
. / No. S2005-0140. in said Court, I. David L.
Tatum. As Sheriff of Calhoun County.
n Florida, have levied upon all the right, title.
d and interest of the defendant. Wade White in
: and to the following described personal
t property, to-wit:
s
6 1983 GMC PICKUP
VIN# 1GTCC14DODF712745
I shall offer this property for sale. on the
steps of the Courthouse, County of
Calhoun, State of Florida, on the 25th day of
May 2006 at the hour of 9:00 a.m. or as
soon thereafter as possible. I will offer for
7 sale all the said defendant. Wade White's
right, title and interest in the aforesaid per-
sonal property, at public auction and will
sell the same, subject to taxes, all prior
y liens, encumbrances and judgments, if any
S to the highest and best bidder for CASH IN
- HAND. The proceeds to be applied as far as
g may be to the payment of costs and the sat-
isfaction of the above-described execution.
David L. Tatum
Sheriff, Calhoun County
April 26; May 3, 10, 17, 2006
t
d Legal Notice
R & WAREHOUSES
d NOTICE OF SALE
r On May 12, 2006 at 10:00 a.m. (CST). R &
d R Warehouses will dispose of the contents
e ((3) storage units from Bristol and (4) stor-
age units from Blountstown at R & R
e Warehouses in Blountstown at 19382 SR 20
3 W. (850) 674-5478.
The units are believed to contain house-
hold and/or personal property of the follow-
e ing tenants:
s Justin Petty
t Mary Rogers
Adron Zimmerman
. Voloria McCray
n Marie Kammerdiener
y Marshell Solomon
d All units not paid in full by this date will
;, be disposed of. THERE WILL BE NO AUC-
TION!!
e April 26: May 3. 2006


s Legal Notice
II ORDINANCE NOTICE
ir
f IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following
Ordinance No. 2006-03 of the City of
d Blountstown, AN ORDINANCE TO BE ENTI-
TLED:
6
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION
14 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES.
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 9th
7 day of May, 2006 at 6:00 P.M. in the City
Council Meeting room at 17262 NW Angle
Street. Blountstown, FL. 32424.
y This ordinance shall become effective
, upor final passage as provided by law.
g ALL INTERESTED PERSONS desiring to be
heard on the adoption of the aforesaid
Ordinance No. 2006-03 are cordially invited
to be in attendance at this meeting.
COPIES OF THIS ORDINANCE in its entire-
t ty may be obtained at City Hall, 20591
. Central Avenue West, Blountstown. Florida
d 32424 between the working hours of M-F,
a 7:00A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
BY: R.W. Deason, Mayor
d Attest: Jimmy W. Hand.
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'Charlie Brown' on May 4-5


BY JUSTIN MCCOY
Altha Public School's music
department is proud to pres-
2 ent their upcoming musical,
'You're a Good Man, Charlie
Brown!"
It's jam-packed full with
witty charm and big musical
numbers by all of the lead
characters. The actors and
S their characters are as follows:
John Baumer as Charlie
Brown, Sarah Shelton as Lucy
S Van Pelt, Justin McCoy as
Linus Van Pelt, Audrey Brown
as Sally Brown, Nick Hansford
as Schroeder, Amber Cook as
Peppermint Patty, Angela
S Byler as Marcie, Nathan Ross
S as Pig Pen, and Tiffany Betts
I as the ever enduring Snoopyl
Also, Marianna DeBolt,
Morgan Swilley, and Kathryn
Nichols have taken on addi-
tional supporting roles.
"You're a Good Man,
Charlie Brown" is based on the
beloved "Peanuts" gang comic
strip. The story is an average
day in the life of Charlie
Brown. where his friends
make known his faults and
failures. "Now this is what you
call a failure. face," remarks
S Lucy, referring to Charlie
Brown's facial expression. As
Charlie Brown searches for
real happiness, the quirks of
his friends and dog are
S revealed, in' a showcase of_
S bravado musical numbers.
Lucy explains her, outlook on
life as her "future musician
husband", Schroeder, plays
his piano: Linus obsesses over
his blanket: Sally rebelliously
exclaims her new philoso-
phies; and Snoopy dwells in
conflict with the Red Baron.
All along the way. Charlie
Brown scrambles his courage
in an attempt to overcome his


insecurities, with the aid of his
friends, of course. Everyone in
the audience can relate to
these characters, with their
childish wit and excavation of
solutions to everyday prob-
lems.
This year's production is
extra special, because it is a
full-blown musical. In the
past, Altha, like most high
schools, has performed junior
musicals, which are con-
densed versions of the actual
Broadway production. This
year's production is the com-
plete Broadway production
that has been nominated for
five Drama Desk Awards. It
first appeared on Broadway in
1971 for 32 performances. In
1999, it reappeared on
Broadway with a face lift.
Seventeen of the original
sketches were cut out and 21
new ones were added.
There will be an intermis-
sion, and best of all, admis-
sion is FREE! Due to the
expense of paying royalties for
the paid showings of the actu-
al Broadway production, the
music department has decided
to not charge for admission, as
the royalties would cost much
more if the audience had to
pay. Nevertheless, partial roy-
alties of the initial expense
must be paid for obtaining the
rights to perform "You're a
Good Man, Charlie Brown!"
Therefore. a donation box will
be set up at the entrance. All
donations are appreciated, but
not required, so come and see
the show!
Daytime showings for stu-
dents will be on May 4th and
5th during regular school
hours, and rughttime show-
rngs are on the same dates at
7:00 pm. It's free. and Snoopy
is sure to be there!


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Florida, do hereby give notice that a
GENERAL ELECTION will be held in
CALHOUN County, State of Florida, on the SEVENTH
day of NOVEMBER, A.D., 2006, to fill or retain the
following offices:


United States Senator

Representative In Congress: District 2

Governor and Lieutenant Governor

Attorney General

Chief Financial Officer

Commissioner of Agriculture
State Senator: District 6

State Representative: District 7

Supreme Court, Retention of Three Justices
First District Court of Appeal, Retention of Four
Judges
Circuit Judge, Fourteenth Judicial Circuit: Groups 3
and 8
Chipola River Soil and Water Conservation District:
Groups .1, 2 and 5

County Court Judge: Group 1

School Board: Districts 2, 3 and 5

County Commissioner: Districts 2 and 4


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CALHOUN COUNTY
Apr. 15: Randy Beltran, domestic battery
Apr. 16: Melody Symms domestic battery
Apr. 17: Kevin Hanslord violation of probation, William KeiTh Davis, hold for
Gadsden Co, Littleton Bramblert, violation of conditional release: Shawntell
Denson failure ro appear in coun; Mackey Jones, violation of county proba-
tion. John F Niord, failure to appear in coun, violation or stale probation Lillie
Middlebrooks. disorderly intoxicalion'
Apr. 18: Chip Ward. violation of probation, John T. Terry, non-suppon warrant;
Nicholas DicKson violation of slate probation, Brian Odom, holding lor
Hillsborougn-Co C Patrick Manning, holding lor Hillsborough Co. Billie Jo
Tolley, violation of probation, Tom_ Howard Reddick, violation of probation.
petil theft
Apr. 19: Ernest Wilkins. driving while license suspended or revoked with
knowledge: Juan Castro, no valid drivers license, Billy Joe Kaulman. violation
of probation. Debra K. Patrick, failure to appear in court/Bay Co : Devon Grant
Rabon, driving while license suspended or revoked
Apr. 20: Sherry Forte. driving while license suspended or revoked, obstruc-
tion; Jessie Coe, trespassing, possession or lirearm by felon. Victor Oledo,
violation of probation
Apr. 21: Chris Neese. possession ol more than 20 grams of mairiuana and
drug paraphernalia
LIBERTY COUNTY
Apr. 15 John Howard Hill, DUI, Eric Micnael Harvey, possession of less than
20 grams of marijuana and parapnernalia
Apr. 16: Melody Ann Symons, hold for CCSO
Apr. 17: Wesley Homer Barnes domestic bakery, Timothy Carman Smith,
grand theft auto obstruction ol justice by disguise. William Tindall. failure to
appear in count
Apr. 18: Billie Jo Tolley. nold for CCSO
Apr. 20: Percy Randall Stewar. Darrery. Sherry Fone, hold for CCSO- Daniel
Rhodes Foster. DUI
Apr. 21: Jorge Alvarado, no drivers license
The above Individuals were booked into the Calhoun or Liberty County
Jail over the past week Although they have been charged with a crime,
they are considered innocent until proven guilty.


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pets. 674-4011.
RV trailers $75 $80 week, most
utilities furnished;. 2 bdr. trailers
when available. Call 674-4011.
Camper trailer for sale, $1,950.00
and / or rent $85.00 weekly. All utili-
ties. 2 bdr. trailer, $285/mo. Call
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Apartment for rent 2 bdr. down-
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antiques and memorabilia, bank
repo cars and trucks,
...... Holmes County Sheriff Dept.
(11) 94 01 Crown Vics; (2) 92
Caprices, Toyota 4X4 Pickup,
Chevy Blazer, plus several seized
and abandoned vehicles, and misc.
items
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BOAT AND
TRAILER
2000 14 ft. Rivercraft Uhaul boat,
35 HP Evinrude motor, stick steering,
and electric start, $2000 OBO. Call
674-6232.
1996 Sun Dolfin 8' 6" boat, $300.
Call 674-8875.

FOR SALE
351 Cleveland motor for a Ford,
runs good. Asking $250; 3.0 Ford
motor with transmission, runs good.
Asking $350. Call 674-8316.
Bissell -vacuum cleaner, $15
OBO. Call 674-6022 or 674-8320.
30" never been used electric
range, paid $400 will take $200; con-
vertible range hood, new, paid $80
will take $40; 21" 6 HP Craftsman
push mower with bag, $70; 22" 6 HP
Craftsman S.P. mower with bag,
$125, both well maintained. Call
674-7210.
2004 Suzuki Savage 650, has
3,850 miles, windshield and saddle
bags, $3,500. Call 674-3839, leave
message.
1996 Tiger Shark jet ski with trail-
er, excellent shape, $2,300 OBO.
Call 718-5243.
Queen size mattress and box
spring with metal frame, $50;
Kenmore upright vacuum cleaner,
$20; coffee table and end table, $15;
TV stand, $10; Sirius satellite radio
receiver with hookups, (used 1
month), $60; phone table, $10; bed-:
side tablde,$10; Gra,:. bassine..
I Jah s Ark them- riin riorage
underneath; just like brand new, $30;


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For more information, please call
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CRIMINAL JUSTICE
TRAINING CENTER
Basic Law Enforcement
& Crossover from
Corrections to
Law Enforcement
Academies Start: July 5,2006
Application Deadline: June 14,2006
AL & GA residence
NO out of state tuition
Call (.850) 718-2479 or (850) 718-2286


umbrella stroller, $5. Items for go.
Call 762-2646, leave message and
call after 6:00 p.m.
Cherry Sleigh Bed Never used,
still in box. Worth $600, sacrifice
$250. 850-222-2113.
BED A QUEEN Pillow Top
Mattress Set. New in plastic with
warranty. Sacrifice $150, can deliv-
er. 850-545-7112.
MICROFIBER Sofa + Loveseat.
Stain Resistant, Brand New, Lifetime
Warranty. Can Deliver. Retail
$1300, Sell $475. 850-222-9879.
Mattress NEW FULL SET still in
plastic with factory warranty, $125.
850-425-8374.
Bed New King 3 piece mattress
set with factory warranty, still in plas-
tic, can deliver. $295. 850-222-
7783.
COUCH & LOVESEAT: Brand
new leather in crate, lifetime warran-
ty, can deliver. $2,000 retail, $795
sell. 850-222-2113.
6 piece bedroom set. New in
boxes, must sell $550. Can deliver,
850-545-7112.
Large satellite dish. Call 674-
3067.
Riding lawn mower Snapper, 10
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complete bedding set for boys or girl,
with lamps, rug, bedding and border,
$100. Call 643-4362.
Furniture for sale. Great condi-
tion! Burgundy recliner, hardly ever
used, $150; silver metal frame with
Futon- can be used as a bed or a
sofa, $75. Call 674-1077, leave a
message.
Bow and arrows, $5; new
Manomiter with stethoscope, checks
blood pressure, $10; TV, $10;
Christmas wreath, $10; 2 ft. tall dec-
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pan, $2. Call 237-2505.

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pay to have moved. Corner of N.
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shopping and hospital. 17598 N.E.
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Sherry Miles at 850-674-4512 for
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PETS FOR SALE
Basset Hound/Beagle puppies,
taking deposits, usually good with
kids. Females, $25; males, $50.
Call 674-6022 or 674-8320.


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2 family yard sale Saturday, 7:00
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size women's clothes and much
more misc. Also available for sale is
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Calhoun Co I unty' I i c ail Board Mi.incutes.u


CALHOUN COUNTY
SCHOOL BOARD
REGULAR MEETING
MARCH 14, 2006
The regular meeting of the
Calhoun County School
Board was called to order by
Chairman Willie Brown. The
following members were pres-
ent: Doyle Daniels, Volena
Barfield, Willie Brown and
Grant Williams.
Superintendent Mary Sue
Neves, Assistant
Superintendent Greg Jones,
and Attorney David House
were also present. Tim Smith
was absent.
The meeting was opened
with prayer by Volena
Barfield, followed by the
Pledge of Allegiance.
A motion was made by
Doyle Daniels, seconded by
Volena Barfield and carried to
adopt the agenda with the
following changes: Additions:
10i. Teenage Parent Program
and 10j. Interagency
Criminal History Agreement.
Emergency Item: 12a.
Facility Project List.
A presentation was given
on The High School Reform
Task Force by Mary Jane
Tappen from DOE.
A motion was made by
Volena Barfield, seconded by
Grant Williams and carried to
approve the February 14,
2006 minutes.
A motion was made by
Grant Williams, seconded by
Doyle Daniels and carried to
approve the financial reports
as follows:
a. Vouchers payable,
Appropriations, Expenditures
Ledger & Budget
Amendments
b. Monthly Financial
Report for the Month of
February 2006
c. Leave Requests
A motion was made by
Grant Williams, seconded by
Volena Barfield and carried to
approve the personnel rec-
ommendations as follows:

BLOUNTSTOWN ELEM.
SCHOOL
Ruth Waterman-
Recommendation to hire as a
long-term substitute teacher.
I also recommend that she
receive substitute pay as per
the -Calhoun- County Salary


Schedule for the first four
weeks and beginning teacher
pay based on her degree level
beginning with the fifth week
pending certification.
Renee Pate-Would like to
participate in the Calhoun
County Sick Leave Transfer
Program.

ALTHA PUBLIC SCHOOL
Cassie Bates-
Recommendation as ESE
Paraprofessional for the
remainder 2005/2006 school
year. Her first day at Altha
will be February 27, 2006.
Sara P. Sims (Sally)-
Recommendation to fill the
vacant Science position.
March 9, 2006 will be her
first day. She is highly qual-
ified in science and will be
taking the test for chemistry
certification.
Tracy Baker-Retiring
effective May 1, 2006 with
his last day at work being
April 30, 2006. He is
requesting any terminal pay
due him according to
Calhoun County School
Board Policy. He is request-
ing to stay on the group
health and life insurance
offered by the Calhoun
County School Board.
Charlotte Lima-Would
like to participate in the
Calhoun County Sick Leave
Transfer Program.

BLOUNTSTOWN HIGH
SCHOOL
Mary-Ellen Hobbs-
Resignation of her position at
BHS effective March 1, 2006.
Angela. Braxton-
Recommendation to hire for
the Para Professional position
at Blountstown High School.
She will assume the position
vacated when Cassie Bates
transfers to Altha School.
She will begin work on March
15, 2006.
Amanda McGhee-Would
like to request maternity
leave beginning March 27,
2006 and ending May 5,
2006. She will be returning
to work on May 8, 2006.
Amanda McGhee-Would
like to participate in the
Calhoun County Sick Leave
Transfer program.

CARE
Mike Pratt-Resignation


as of March 14, 2006.
A motion was made by
Doyle Daniels, seconded by
Grant Williams and carried to
approve the advertisement of
the initial policy hearing for
the Pre-qualifications for
Contractors.
A motion was made by
Doyle Daniels, seconded by
Volena Barfield and carried to
approve the projects, plans
and agreements as follows:
a. Even Start Amendment
b. Carl Perkins Roll
Forward
c. Commodity Agreement
d. Community Juvenile
Justice Partnership Grant-
Interagency Partnership
Agreement
e. VPK Cooperative
Agreement with North Florida
Child Development Inc.
f. ESE Transitions
Services Agreement
g. Calhoun County Library
Summer Reading Prog.
h. Calhoun County Public
Library/Parent Student
Resource Center
I. Teenage Parent Program
j. Interagency Criminal
History Agreement
Mary Sue Neves gave an
update on the countywide
storage building.
Mary Sue Neves discussed
the facility project list as fol-
lows:

PAINTING
Altha
Building 1

Blountstown High School
Front of Auditorium

Hayes House

PAVING
Altha School
North & South dropoff &
pickup
All other parking areas

Blountstown High School
Behind Auditorium, stu-
dent parking

PORTABLES
Carr School
Purchase four portables,
covered walkways, sidewalks

REPAIRS AND RENOVA-
TIONS
Altha School
Building 1-Replace soffits,


replace facia board


Blountstown High School
Band and Choral Bldg-
Carpet, tile, acoustic panels,
ceiling tile

Blountstown High School,


Blountstown Middle School,
Carr School
Renovation of Kitchens

A motion was made lby
Doyle Daniels, seconded by
Volena Barfield and carried to
approve the purchase of 4


portables with all attending
structures and accessories
for Carr School's overcrowd-
ing problem.
A motion was made by
Grant Williams, seconded by
Volena Barfield and carried to
adjourn.


It'shat time again!



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The County Record, APRIL 26, 2006, Page 16


Jenna, is the daughter 01
Scott and Michelle Baird of
Blountstown.


Malia, 3 months, is the
daughter of Laura Graham
of Altha.









Anthony, 9, Michael, 6, and
Karen, 3, are the children of
Dan and Kelly Wyrick of
Blountstown.

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Saige, 11, and Kymberly, 5,
are the daughters of John
- and Renea Kent of


Blountstown.


Hannah Rose, 9, and Kinsey
Grace, 6, are the daughters
of Jerry and Charmian
Register of Blountstown.


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Savanna Denise, 4, is the
daughter of William and
Teresa McAnelly of
Marianna.
Thank youfor
participating in this
year's Future Citizens.
Watchfor details early
next year of the next
photo session.


Bowers will speak
at St. Paul.AME
Minister Bobby
Bowers, Sr. will be
the featured
speaker Sunday,
April 30, at St.
Paul AME Church
at 11:00 a.m.
Minister
Bowers is the son
of Sis. Ethel P.
Bowers of Marianna and the
husband of Sis. Angela Bowers
and a loving father. He is
employed with the Department of
Corrections, where he is a ser-
geant at Calhoun County
Correctional Institution. He is a
member of Greenwood Chapel
AME Church in Greenwood
under the leadership of Rev.
Blanche Godwin.
Bro. Bowers has been minis-
tering the word of God since
November 2001.

Lake Mystic Baptist
chicken pilaf Friday
The Lake Mystic Baptist
Church is sponsoring a chicken
pilaf lunch for Relay for Life on
Friday, April 28, at Whitfield
Insurance, Bristol, from 11:00
until sold out.


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Collin, 7, Brooks Ann, 4, and
Allyson, 4, are the children
of Chris and Nancy Mears of
Blountstown.





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Dear Gadsden, Liberty & Calhoun
County, Residents,
Three years ago I obtained my Florida
Dealer's License due to the frustration of
shopping for a used car. The following
three 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


*Paving someone a $5000 $6000 profit
on a $10,000 automobile.
Here's what we've done at Direct
Automotive Wholesale:
*All vehicles are priced at the "Loan
Value", which is the price credit unions and
banks will loan you on this vehicle.
*We require NO DOWN PAYMENT on any
of our vehicles. We can even helP with your
taxes and tag most of the time.


The plates include chicken
pilaf, green beans, cole slaw,
bread and dessert. Price of the
plate is $6. If you would like a
pre-sale ticket, please come by
LMBC between the hours of 8:00
a.m. 3:00 p.m., Monday
through Thursday. You may also
call 643-2351.

'Girls Night Out' for
teens set for Apr. 28
The Altha Church of God is
hosting a Girls Night Out for all
girls from the sixth grade
through college on Friday, April
28, from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. in the
fellowship hall.


-tributions can be made by
contacting a Relay For Life
team member or Janice
Graham, Luminaria Chair at
762-3356. The Relay For Life
will be held in Bristol at the
Liberty County High School
field on May 5th and 6th
starting at 6:00 p.m. EST on
the 5th and ending at noon
on the 6th.
Please contact Wes
Johnston, Event Chairman


The all-night celebration will
feature the video series by Lisa
Bevere Purity Is Power based on
her best-selling book, Kissed the
Girls and Made Them Cry. After
the video series, a night of free
manicures, pedicures, haircuts
(with parent permission), hair-
styles, makeup sessions, eti-
quette lessons, music, karaoke,
and movies will be available. A
midnight buffet will be served
along with snacks and beverages
throughout the night. Breakfast
will also be provided before
departing the next morning.
Bring your sleeping bag or air
mattress and pillow. Pre-regis-
tration is required in order to
assist with planning. Call 762-
8294 or 899-3557.


at 762-9620 or Joann
Roberson, Team
Development Chair, at 762-
3377, or Jerry Money at 643-
5306 if you have any ques-
tions or need more informa-
tion.
For information on cancer,
call the American Cancer
Society at 1-800-ACS-2345,
available 24 hours a day,
seven days a week, or visit
www.cancer,org.


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*At LOAN VALUE, we make a small profit
and you get a great deal!
The best part is we have family on the
lot, NOT HIGH PRESSURE SALES PEOPLE.
If you don't see the car of your dreams in
this ad, call us. We'll get you pre-approved,
tell you what it will cost and buy it for you.
We appreciate your supporting us. Come
by or call.


Brandon, 21 months, is the
son of Calvin and Jenny
Borelli of Blountstown.


Caran Hanna, 8, and Clint, 4
months, are the sons of


Carolyn


and Jeremy


Conyers ofAltha.


0 Down '00 Jaguar S Type
$293/mo Only 66,000 miles!


0 Down '01 Volkswagen "New" 0 Down '01 Honda Civic EX
'249/mo Beetle Sunroof, low miles! 5230/mo 4 Door. Low Miles!


0 Down '01 Chrysler Sebring LXi
$251/mo Convertible, Loaded!


Kyle, 6, and Payton, 1, are
the children of Stacy & Tara
Tillman of Greenwood, Fl.


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Nicholas, 12, and Justin, 3,
are the sons of Paul and
Melissa Cessna of
Blountstown.


0 Down '04 Dodge Intrepid
$192/mo Great Color! Like New!


0 Down '01 Nissan Frontier XE
191i/mo v6, Extended Cab!


0 Down '03 Mercury Sable
$191/mo Great Family Car!


0 Down '01 Cadillac deVille
$326/mo Low Milesl


0 Down '98 Dodge Dakota
$153/mo Extended Cab! Nice!


0 Down '01 BMW 525i
$398/mo Leather! Sunroof! Loaded!


0 Down '99 Honda Accord EX
*211/mo V6, Leather, Sunroof!


0 Down '99 Cadillac Escalade
$240/mo Leather! Only 36 mos pmt!


John Wayne III, 5, Courtney,
4, and Morgan, 2, are the
children of Buck and Dana
Cole of Altha.


Casey, 17, and Austin, 6, are
the children of Tim and
Terri Glass of Blountstown.


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0 Down '99 GMC Suburban
$234/mo 89K miles, 3rd seat!


0 Down '04 Dodge Neon
191/mo GREAT Gas Mileage!


0 Down '01 Honda Odyssey 0 Down '02 Pontiac Bonneville
210/mo The family-friendly Honda! $288/mo Leather, Sunroof!


0 Down '02 Town & Country
*273/mo Leather, CD, PDL


0 Down '99 Mercedes E320
$365/mo 45,000 Miles! Like New!


0 Down '99 Toyota Camry 0 Down '03 Toyota Tundra 4x4
$198/mo Solara Leather, Sunroof $404/mo 4 door, V8, X cab. Mint!


Vontarius, 6, Vashara, 3,
Shaterica, 3 months, and
Sheffield, 2, are the. chil-
dren of Voloria McCray and
Sheffield Smith.


Caden, 5, is the son of Oby
and Nona Borelli of
Blountstown.


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