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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 2006 M 99th Year, No. 52 E BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 0 50 CENTS (Including Tax)
BY KELLI PEACOCK
An undercover drug buy
led to the arrest of an alleged
crack cocaine dealer Friday.
Ronald Lamar "Pete"
Cheesmon, 26, of
Blountstown, has been
charged with sale of cocaine
within 1000 feet of a public
According to the Calhoun.
County Sheriffs Office, Lt.
Michael Bryant and Sgt.
Mark Mallory supplied a
confidential informant with
$60 cash and monitored via
video as the source
exchanged the money for
crack cocaine in a transac-
tion with Cheesmon. The
deal was made in an area off
Ward Road known as "the
eut", which is near
Blountstown Middle School.
Cheesmon was booked
into the Calhoun County
Jail and released the follow-
ing day after posting a
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CARR #39 IN STATE COMBO SCHOOLS: Students, facult, r and a dmirnistrotors at Co'rr School hod plentr-,
to smile about this week ofter being nomerntd arriong the Top 50 Combo Schools r- the stote of Florioa.
Corr School come in at a rerorkable number 39 in the ranking. Abo'. e a group of fourth graders pose
with their school motto: Closing the Achievement Gap. No Excuses. They include (from left) Justin
Alday. Daniel Lower. Tao'., or 'ioung, Princ:iparcl Darryl Ta'ylor, Jr, Neel Hampton. Ashle', Pate. NJathan
Dunham, Destiny Boutwell, and Tre'/ Tu'cker,
Men cauhtwith $4117
and pot packaged to sell
BY KELLI PEACOCK
A, pair of South Florida
men remain in custody in
the Calhoun County Jail
after a routine traffic stop
last week turned up over 200 '"
grams of marijuana. pack-
aged to sell, along with
$4117 in cash.,
Bart Andrew Fahrubel,
22, of Spring Hill, and
Bradley Jay Stevenson, 22,.
of Brooksville, have both
been charged with posses-
sion of more than, 20 grams
or marijuana with intent to
According to the Calhoun
Countyv Sheriffs Office,
Deputy Chris 'Porter was
parked outside Tatum's
Hardware on Hwy. 20 West
just after 1 a.m. on Aug. 22.
\While observing traffic, he
noticed an eastbound vehicle
traveling at a high rate of ....:l -
speed. When the driver, later .; ,il. ''
identified as Fahrubel, spot-
ted the deputy, he hit the
brakes, slovirng to 45 mph in
a 35 mph zone. Dep. Porter
inmLiated a traffic stop and
immediately smelled a strong K-9Cop Asco poses wi
odor of marijuana .emitting
from the car and 'driver. confiscated by Dep, Ch
Fahrubel appeared nervous,
then offered he and his passenger, Stevenson, had been
at a bar. Dep. Porter spoke with Stevenson who denied
being at a bar with Fahrubel and said he had no knowl-
edge of any marijuana.
K-9 Cop Asco conducted an exterior sniff of the vehi-
c le and provided a passive alert to the odor of narcotics
at the bottom seam of the passenger door. Dep. Porter did
an interior search of the car and located marijuana
residue between the driver's seat and center console. In
the front passenger seat, Dep. Porter discovered
Stevenson's wallet with $4117 in cash, along with a
package of rolling papers. A smoking pipe with marijua-
na residue was found in the passenger door. Inside the
trunk, Dqp. Porter uncovered a white plastic bag with a
large ,amount of marijuana a gallon size Ziploc and
three sandwich bags filled with a total of 210 grams of
pot. Both suspects reportedly admitted knowledge of the
marijuana and were taken into custody.
h the 210 grams of marijuana and $4117 in cash
BY KELLI PEACOCK
After being graded an "A"
for the past four years, Carr
Elementary and Middle
School has been named one
of the Top 50 Combo Schools
Principal Darryl Taylor,
Jr. recently received notifica-
tion of this honor from
Governor Jeb Bush and
John L. Winn. Carr is ranked
at number 39 in the state,
based on total points the
school received on the school
grading criteria and out-
standing achievement dur-
ing the 2005-06 academic
"You and your staff have
done a remarkable job help-
ing your students improve
their core academic skills,"
Gov. Bush stated.
"Increasing student achieve-
ment yearly is quite an
accomplishment and some-
thing Florida's administra-
tors, teachers, students and
parents can be proud of. I
applaud you and your staff
of excellent educators for
your outstanding work."
Calhoun County School
Superintendent Mary Sue
Neves is extremely pleased
with Carr School's accom-
plishments. "We are very
proud of Carr School's
staff and students for being
named on Florida's DOE top
tion schools," she remarks.
"Everyone's hard work, dedi-
cation and commitment to
excellence have paid off.
Congratulations to Carr
As. for the secret to their
success, Principal Taylor
attributes it to high quality
teachers willing to invest
time in each of their stu-
dents. 'They know the kids
and I think that's what real-
ly helps," he points out. "The
classroom teachers take an
interest in the individual
students. They take the
class that comes to them
and look at what they're
,strong in and what they're
weak in. Then they give them
a year's worth of growth in a
year's worth of education."
Carr School is also being
awarded $29,034 in A+
School Recognition Program
funds for academic achieve-
ment and improvement dur-
ing the 2005-2006 school
year. Blountstown Middle
School shares that honor
and will receive $26,506.
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Letter to Editor,
I am writing this letter to
thank the wonderful gentle-
man who stopped to help me
on Friday, August 25.
I was driving home from
S work on Highway 12 and ran
out of gas. It was pouring
down rain, I called my son to
come and help me, but he was
in Blountstown and I would
have to sit and wait for him. A
few minute slater, a man pulls
up in a Chevy Silverado, with
an FSU tag on the back, and
offers me some gas. He then
proceeds to get out of his truck
and pours a whole can of gas in
my van, and before I can even
offer to pay him, he said "you
ladies have a great day", got in
S his truck and drove away.
Not only did he give me all
the gas he had in his can, he
did not want any payment for
it, and he got drenched helping
S someone he did not even know.
As long as there are people
like him in the world chivalry is
Once again, thank you, you
know who you are, and I hope
you have a very blessed life.
I have lived here some fifty
years, so by now I have seen
many of our friends, neighbors,
and acquaintances listed in the
obituary column. We must all
seriously contemplate "it is'
appointed unto men once to\
die, but after this the judge-
ment: so Christ was once
offered to bear the sins of
Compelled to write,
Dear Editor and Fellow
For all our sakes, we des-'
perately need change in our
Because the Calhoun
County Commission failed to
correct a problem they created,
my family was put in the
unfortunate situation of being
forced to take legal action to
find remedy. Judge Hentz
McClellan decided that the Tri-
SState Off-Road Park constitut-
ed a private nuisance, an out-
come reported in last week's
Calhoun County Record
("Woods Win Noise Suit Against
Bog-in'.) Because the suit
named the Good\ iis and Tri-
State Off-Road as defendants.
the.article,-did not,-address the
many ways in which the
Calhoun County Commission
did not do right by us. But this
is not about me and my family
anymore. We won our case.
Nonetheless, the experience
made me vow to do everything
I could to keep the same thing
from happening to our neigh-
bors and fellow citizens, many
who could not afford a costly
lawsuit to protect their home
and property rights.
Tri-State Off-Road Park
applied for a Conditional Use
Permit for "a 5 acre playhole
for 4-wheelers and trucks." The
application said nothing about
side-by-side drag-strips for
racing super-monster trucks,
or a mud bog-in where the
point is to get a monster truck
as far through the mud as pos-
sible (they almost never make
it all the way through.) An aer-
ial photograph of the property
will show a playhole in the
southwest corner of the prop-
erty, (advertised in the paper
as being 10 acres), but most
importantly you will also see
that almost the entire 30 acre
parcel is being used as a "rac-
ing facility." If you have inter-
net access you can look at
property (parcel Number 02-
2S-10-0000-0004-0000) on the
Property Appraiser's system at
the property usage is more cor-
rectly described as "race
track." Hopefully, this aerial
photograph will also appear in
a campaign ad I placed in this
week's County Record asking
our citizens to vote for County
Fellow citizens, please con-
sider this. We appeared before
the County Commission on
three occasions, (the first time
in July 2004), with evidence
that Tri-State was violating the
terms of their development
order and asked the County
Commission to prove or dis-
prove the monitoring results in
order to hold Tri-State to the
terms of their Conditional Use
Permit. We just needed three
Commissioners (from any dis-
trict) to do what they repeated-
ly said they would, to "hold Tri-
State to the terms of their
development agreement." We
failed to, get the support of even
one. So, if you agree that we
need change on our County
Commission, please discuss
this issue with friends, family,
and others that will have the
opportunity to vote. If they vote
for change, we all benefit.
Well, I would like to write
more, but I have a deadline to
meet in order for this letter to
be published before the elec-
tion. .Given time. I would d dis-
-L.I- other situations Iber-ides
the noise issue.I whe.e -the
County Commission has failed
to adequately deal with citi-
zens' concerns, such as the
need for humane animal con-
trol and for citizens to be pro-
tected from dangerous and
uncontrolled animals. I would
talk about the fact that I
learned from the last County
Commission meeting that
because the County
Commission failed to ade-
quately plan grant applica-
tions, an opportunity for grant
money to improve County
Parks was missed. I would
elaborate on the importance of
the Comprehensive Land Plan
and the handling of
Conditional Use Perinits and
the Calhoun County
Commission's apparent lack of
understanding of these sub-
jects so important to interests
of all Calhoun County citizens.
In conclusion, I hope we all
will refuse to accept the unac-
ceptable. Many people have
told me, "It's always been this
way," but I refuse to accept
that it will stay this way. Again,
for all our sakes, please do
whatever you can, however
small, to bring about the
change this County needs in
our County Commission.
Thank you for your considera-
Patti Lynn Wood
ake an active roCe in securing your chi6c'sfuture
Votefor and Elect
Calhoun County School Board
Member District 2
"As a new mother of twins- I am
concerned: for my children's-
educational future. I have every trust
and confidence in Kelly King to make
the right decisions on behalf of all
children in Calhoun County. She will be
a strong, fair and decisive voice for all
Dawn Herring, Mother of future
Calhoun County Students
"The Calhoun County School System is
very close to my heart. I have been a
teacher, parent,. grandparent, great-
grandparent and substitute teacher since
1945. I believe Kelly will be a great asset
in helping to.create a sound educational
environment for our children."
Loving Grandmother and Retired Teacher
"As a mother of two future students in the
Calhoun County School System I have a
vested interest in the welfare of our
students. If elected, I promise to treat
your children as my own and make
decisions that are in the best interest of
'all children. Our students deserve the
very best and you can depend on me to
stand-up for their needs."
Your support will be greatly appreciated.
Please remember to vote Kelly E.,King for Calhoun
County School Board, District 2 on September 5, 2006.
Political Advertisement Paidfor and Approved by Kelly E. King, Non-Partisan, for School Board Member District 2
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Somehow, largely through the Grace of God, devoted loyalty, and
the vast pride on the part of many people, The County Record has
never missed an issue.
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PLEASE VOTE FOR EXPERIENCE & LEADERSHIP
for SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT 3
Lifelong resident of Calhoun County
School Board member for 8 years
Married with 4 children ages 37, 31, 28, 10
2 Grandchildren ages 4 & 2
Private business owner
Long term planner
Clifford Newsome will put his Experience and
Business Knowledge to work for you.
As a business owner, taxpayer, landowner, father
and grandfather I have a vested interest in the
future of our School System.
I would appreciate your consideration and
support on September 5th.
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Wedding April 21, 2007, in Panama City
Goodreau, Wolfe engaged
Dr.'s Greg and Wanda
Goodreau of Panama City
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Kristen, of
Panama City, to Randall
Wolfe, of Pace, FL. He is the
son of Robert and Sharon
Wolfe of Pace.
Grandparents of the
future bride are Mrs. Fran
Snyder and the late Dr.
Grayson Snyder of
Blountstown and Dr. arid
Mrs. George J. Goodreau of
The groom-elect's grand-
parents are Mr. Donald
Blincoe and the late Mary
Blincoe of Arlington, VA, and
James and Gloria Fisher of
Kristen is a graduate of
Mosley High School. She also
graduated from University of
West Florida with a psycholo-
gy degree. She is presently
employed as an ultrasound
technician with Bay Medical
Hospital in Panama City.
Randall is a graduate of
Pace High School. He also
graduated from the
Randall Wolfe and Kristen Goodreau
jBlountstown Main Street
will meet Tuesday, Sept. 5
Blountstown Main Street
will meet Tuesday,
September 5, at noon at the
Calhoun County Senior
Citizens Center. Lunch will
be served at a cost of $5 per
If you'reinterested in get-.
ting involved in Main, Street,
now is a great time! There are
several upcoming 'events
planned in an effort to pro-
Murder Mystery Dinner
Theatre, set for Sept. ,14 and
16 at the, historic old court-
house. Guests will be treated
to a silent aucUon at the.
Thursday night event and a
reception both evenings,
along with a deliciously dead-
ly dining experience. A mur-
der will unfold right before
the-eyes of all in attendance"
who will be drawn into the
plot to help solve the crime.
This event has sold out and
those with reservations
should pick up tickets at the
Chamber office by\ Thursday.
Creature Feature will be
held Tuesday, October 31, at
7 p.m. at Magnolia Square
downtown. Bring the kids in
costume, toss a blanket on
the lawn, cozy up with, some
treats and enjoy a scary
.movie on a big screen out-
doors...all free of charge!
Street Dance. Saturday, '
December 2, after the
Christmas Tour of
Homes is scheduled for
Friday,-December 8, from
5:30 to 8:30 p.m. The evening
will kickoff at the historic old
courthouse'where guests can
pick up their tickets and
enjoy some refreshments
before touring six homes in
Blountstown and Bristol.
If you'd like to get involved
in Main Street, call Chairman
Tony Shoemake at 643-7757
or. the Calhoun County
Chamber of Commerce at
Kenneth & Bobbie Klotz Robert and Ruth Wood
"Mom & Pop" celebrate 50th Wedding
50th Wedding Anniversary Anniversary with party
Sent 9 A956 Set 9 9nn2006
On this special! day, we
\vc.ulj- like to say how proud,
we are of you and how very,
special you dre to us. We love
you so dearly and wish you
many more years to come.
We appreciate all the years
you gave and all the great
memories we have in our
hearts forever. May God Bless
you both. You're the best par-
ents anyone could ever ask
With all our love,
Karen, Ken, Kevin
R..:,bert and Ruth .Wood
from Altha celebrated their
50th wedding anniversary on
Sunday August 13, at the
iMlinnie Chason Park on
Highway 73. There were
approximately 50 family
members and friends in
Robert and Ruth have 6
children, 16 grandchildren,
and 5 great grandchildren.
University of West Florida
with a BA in history. He is
presently employed as a
teacher for Bay District
The wedding will be an
event of April 21, 2007, at
4:30 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church in Panama
City. A reception will follow
at the Marriott Bay Point.
'Swamp Gravy' to
begin 15th season
Swamp Gravy, Georgia's
official folk life play, is
preparing to celebrate it's fif-
teenth season with Visiting
A lonely visitor brings
more than his company as he
travels through turn-of-the-
last century Colquitt,
Georgia. The gift this mysteri-
ous stranger leaves behind
will hide a small secret and
reveal a great truth. The gift
will pull a family together in
it's abundance, and will pull
a town together after the gift
This year's production of
Swamp Gravy: Visiting Hours
is a blend of mystery, music,
and mischief with tales of vis-
itors- family and strangers
alike- who sometimes bring
more than we expected.
These characters may test
Colquitt's never-ending hos-
pitality, but they make .for
some unforgettable "visiting
Swamp Gravy's plays,
steeped in the Southern art
of storytelling, are based on
true stories told by the com-
munity, and dished up with a
healthy serving of original
music and traditional hymns.
Swamp Gravy's world
renowned cast of 100 volun-
teers brings these stories to
life in what has become
Georgia's celebrated Official
Folk Life Play.
Swamp Gravy: Visiting
Hours is written by play-
wright Jules Corriere and
directed by Swamp Gravy's
original artistic director.
Richard Geer: The perform-
ances run Thursdays
through Saturdays, including
a Saturday matinee.
throughout October. To expe-
rience the play that "...united
a town and moved a nation,
please call 1-229-758-5450
or visit www.swamp
For more information.
contact Kacee Holt.
Marketing Director, at 1-229-
758-5450 or write to
to close for Labor
Day and election
All Calhoun County Public
Libraries will be closed on
Monday, September 4, for
Labor Day and Tuesday,
September 5, for Election
sC11C0iw At UQA\RD eureT(CT jS
Honest Fair- Dedicated- Dependable- Proactive
-Dedicated to family and family values. -
Will represent ALL voters with respect and fairness.
Devoted to providing our children with a first class quality education,
facilities, vocational programs and the tools needed to compete in a'
Implementation of educational programs that offer our children the best
education available in the U.S. and the education our children so much
Have one son that graduated in 2006 as well as twin third graders at
Carr School. As parents.we to share the same concerns about our
children's education that you share about yours.
Committed to bringing more scholarship opportunities to our
Will strive to provide not only efforts but true results.
- Married Deborah Hassig with three children, Adam, Anna and Ayers.
- Parents Donnie & Gail O'Bryan of Blountstown and the late Dan M. Hassig Sr.
- Deborah parents Bug and Betty Ann Cayson of Blountstown
- Grandparents,- The late Lee and Francis Pitts of Abe Springs
-Blountstown High School Graduate 1980
- BS Degree from Appalachian State University, 1989
-S'even years Active Duty U.S. Army
- Major nine years:U.S. Army Reserves
- Two combat tours in Iraq -101st Airborne Division, 1st Armor Division/i st
- Russell Corporation, 14 years, National Account Executive East.Coast U.S.A.
Fish Fry Thank You
Thanks you so much for taking time out of your schedule last Saturday and
joining us for the fish fry held at the Kinard Community Center, Kinard Fl. Hope
you had a great time and appreciate your support!
Paid Political Advertisement paid for and approved by Danny Hassig for School Board District 5 Calhoun County
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Good luck at
We love you!
Krystal & Kennedy.
Local girls on Miss Florida Forestry court
The new Miss Florida Forestry court consists of Bridgette Utley- Miss Florida Forestry, Kayla Yon-
Teen Miss Florida Forestry, Brittany Smith- Junior Miss,Florida Forestry, Huyla Resoiglu- Little Miss
Florida Forestry, Madison Fine- Teeny Miss Florida Forestry, Nilsa Prowant- Miss Florida Forestry
Hospitality. The new Miss Florida Forestry Queens were crowned on July 1 in Blountstown. The
queens will travel the state of. Florida promoting the Forestry Industry. The queens will advance
to compete in the U.S. National Forestry Pageant on Sept. 2nd, 2006 in Tifton, GA. For addition-
al information on upcoming pageants and to view the queen's travels please visit our website
and message board- http://www.voy.com/198536/http://missfloridaforestry.tripod.com/. Good
Luck to all the queens at the U.S. National Forestry Pageant next weekend!!!
--- Events Investigated During the Past Week by BPD and CCSD
You can trust Vanessa to "fight the good fight"
If elected, I promise to:
* Listen to all my constituents and stand-up and speak
* Use common-sense to arrive at financially responsible
decisions and priorities.
* Work to ensure that the County Commission
Complies with Florida laws and regulations that
protect citizens and property owners.
* Ensure that our County is adequately meeting the
needs of our disabled.
* Work to solve community problems such as the need
of humane animal control and a noise ordinance.
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Woman forges wife's
name, charges nearly
$400 to man's account
An Altha woman was arrest-
ed last week for allegedly mak-
ing nearly $400 in unautho-
rized charges to a man's
account at a local convenience
Lisa Fant has been charged
with six counts of forgery,
uttering a forged instrument,
petit theft, and criminal use of
According to the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office, Lt.
Michael Bryant was contacted
back in July by an employee of
Eubanks Oil Company who
advised six unauthorized pur-
chases had been made on a
customer's account during' the
previous month totalling
S399.93. An investigation led
to Fant as the woman \viho
allegedly purchased gas, ciga-
rettes and other items, charged
them to the man's account,
then signed his wife's name, to
Upon bemig questioned by
authorities. Fant allegedly'
admitted to nmakng the pur-,
chases and agreed to repay the
money. However, she reported-
ly failed to do, so and charges
Fant was booked into the
Calhoun County Jail Aug. 21
and released after posting a
$400 cash bond.
Traffic stop ends in
arrest after plastic
bag of pot discovered
A traffic stop led to the
arrest of a Blountstown man
Saturday who was found with
a small bag of pot.
Arrested was James Mason
II, 28, charged with possession
of less than 20 grams of mari-
juana and drug paraphernalia.
SAccording to the
Department, Ofc. David
Creamer was southbound on
River Street around 10:15 p.m.
when he spotted a black Dodge
truck driving recklessly on
Ward Road. The truck rolled
through a stop sign, spun out,
and the back end slid sideways
as the vehicle crossed River
Street with a crowd of people
just a few feet away. As Ofc.
Creamer followed, the truck
sped through nearby streets
and a traffic stop was soon ini-
A search of the driver, iden-
tified as Mason, turned up a
small bag of marijuana. He,was
processed and given a notice to
appear in court.
Aug. 19: Ir'.-r rt n ,r C''."'.'L -. L-on Co. .. ir-r,r VeI',-r .--ll H I-l civil con-
Ierr.-.t Ie -:.r, C : .. ar, i'.i ;r,t .;.i Iseral, r..: I' DLI .I e -r, I...: r. aggravat-
ed assault, possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana and drug para-
r.rrr,a.- ir3 Clay Harris, :.....:;:.r. of Schedule III narcotic; Gerald Shiver,
.:.nrr, i.:: battery
Aug. 20: Christopher Golden, domestic battery
Aug.,21: L.:or.' f.1- r. .:.: n. .-:l:J IL'L o. F3 jrt r;.r.qer, jnl .r,.r. f- ,r I- J instru-
ment, .:nnrr,.il u., ..:r r. l r..:, rtr.-n Ea.3-ir bla..:iL i: ,r. p:-. :e::.;:.r, of less
*than 20 .r. m.; .:." r rr. orniij.ri. 3r,-1 drugj p.3 r.3 rr,,3I.
Aug. 22: Bart Fahrubel, possession of marijuana with intent to sell; Bradley
;.i6.-rr.:.r '.-;. ...r m..-irlij. 3r,. ... r, it nr, t.:. .-ii and drug parapherna-
lia; Arr.-.:'1 J 1 i ,n.VCF ,rnir,3i rri.;r..t I 11.:ro.3i Tr,3rrp order of contempt
Aug. 24: Allana N. Carroll, VOP; Charlie J. Crenshaw, violation of suspended
Aug. 25: Ronald L. Cheesmon, sale of cocaine within 1000 ft, of public school;
'Stephanie Powell, domestic (child abuse)
Aug.'19: Allen W:C..: .DIJI !r-fj'.3 .
Aug. 20: Chac 'A'.:1.rd1 .lor:.-rn f injunction
Aug. 21: Albert Kornegdy, holding for Bay Co.-
Aug. 23: Randal Stewart, warrant; Joseph' Jean Cossey, domestic cr.. r .
Nikomi Lynn Cossey, domestic battery
Aug. 24: Allana Nicole Carroll, VOR holding for CCSO
Aug. 25: Ryan Lee Eddleman, DUI, refusal, possession of less than 20 grams of
marijuana and drug paraphernalia; Lance Trevor D6bney, possession of less
than 20 grams of marijuana and drug paraphernalia; Ellis Morrow, serving six
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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Students invited to enter essay contest with $250 prize
Stoltzfus receives awards
for big river documentary
Happy 94th Birthday, Mary Pitts Rollins!
Mary Pitts Rollins celebrated her 94th birthday or
2006. A birthday dinner will be given in honor of Mi
Saturday, September 2, at 4 Mile Creek Park at C
family and friends are invited to come and celebr
covered dish to share. The celebration will begin a
and last until. For more information or directions, cc
Pictured are five generations of the Rollins family
from left) Amanda Hope (great-granddaugl
Clemons (daughter), Peg Frith (granddaughter);
Caitlin Hope (great-great granddaughter), Mary
Hope and.Bryanna Hope (great-great granddaugl
SHappy "1st" Birthday,
Christian ScotffHupp cele-
brated his first r:.rtri.:c.,' on
August 27, 2006. He was hon-
ored with a "Baby Einstein"
celebration on August 26 at
his Meme's and' Pawpaw's
house in Altha,
Christian is the son of
Amanda Bodiford-and David
SHupp of.Marianna. His mater-
nal gr.nr:.:i.:rantes ore. Steve
and Ter.:i BE:.:cifo.rd of.Altha.
Maternal ,rre,:.lt grrandFitprerint.
include Cecil onr.J. Judy
Bodiford of Altha, Sandra and
the late. Aubrey Elli:.,t of
SDeFunri:l Si :rir,As .ird B lb,,
.:.-nd Jorne A,:ckins os ithci His
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Lorr, ,-n ,l Dorlene Hupp ,:fr
Texarkana,TX. Pternr:il reot-
grandparents are the lote
Rev. William and Sue Roby cr
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Christian', enjoys playing
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riding on the la ., nrrn;. ,..:r ... It-
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Happy Birthday, Christian!
We Love You!
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The latest documentary by
Blountstown filmmaker Elam
SStoltzfus has been receiving
several honors and is part of
a traveling exhibit. It is also
the inspiration for a student
essay contest. Here's the lat-
est on The Apalachicola River:
an American Treasure:
SAugust 27, Awards & Recognition
rs. Rollins on The Apalachicola River: an
larksville. All American Treasure film docu-
ate. Bring a mentary produced by
t 10:30 a~m, Stoltzfus received an honor-
i11 674-4116, able mention at the Louis
(back row, Wolfson II, Film & Video
ter), June Awards. in Miami on July
front row, 28th.
Rollins, Emily In addition, the Education
enters Channel's 2006
Independents' Film Festival
is pleased to announce that
Stoltzfus is the recipient of a
2006 Florida Choice Award
for the film. The Florida
Choice Award is given to
SFlorida filmmakers who
merit. The entries were
viewed by a panel of industry
professionals, and judged
J according to high standards
for technical quality, creativi-
ty and artistry.
An awards ceremony and
theatrical screening is sched-
uled for September 15, 7:00
Sp.m., at the beautiful, his-
toric Tampa Theatre in down-
'cus Fain town Tampa.
nd Lenore .The film was featured at
rit,.., r are the Wine County Film
ce the birth Festival on August 13th in
1, Kaden Sonoma, CA,, as part of the
Iy8, 2006, at weekly lineup of featured
icl Center educational films.
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Kaden was .., ltorried
home by his big sister, Brionna,
and o-ther fne.nci: nd frn n-il,
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Awards & Recognition
The traveling museum
exhibit of the "Apalachicola
River: an Amnerican Treasure7'
will. open at the Chipola
College in Marianna on
September 14th, from 6 to 9
p.m. CST. Please pass the
word along and invite your
friends to attend. This shovw-
ing is made possible by the
Chipola Area Board of REAL-
TORS, The Marianna.
Association. and the Jackson
County Tourist Development
CoLtncil. embers of the
Chipola Regional Arts
Association are making
arrangements for the exhibit
with lielp from the Artist
Guild of Northwest Florida.
For information. call Joan
Stadsklev, Chipola Director
of Fine and Performing Arts,
at 850-718-2301, or visit
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The Apalachicola -River: an American Treasure film documentary received an honorable'
mention at the Louis Wolfson II Film & Video Awards in Miami on July'28th. Pictured at the cere-'
mony in Miami receiving the award are Elam Stoltzfus (left) and Clyde Butcher (far right).
Clyde Butcher, renowned
Florida Ever ladies photogra-
pher, traveled to Apalachicola
to train his gifted eye on the
watershed; his still images
join those, of photojoUirnali-st
Richard Bickel of
Apalachicola. Images from
the two photographers also
comprise a two-volume book
Headlining the exhibit ;is
the film by documentary. film-
maker Elam Stoltzius. For
ten years. Stoltztis h-as cap-
tured rare' iinaaes of natural-
Florida, with his Living
Waters documentary recently
winning a coveted Crystal
Reel award for excellence.
Sammy Tedder, a Florida
Panhandle music legend,
scored the: film, weaving in
soLinds of Native and Africa.m-
American music. and usiUng
natural instruments he fash-
ioned from the Apalachicola
River including swamp reeds
for flutes and cypress logs for
Inspired by the mighty
Apalachicola, the exhibit
records the history of Native
Americans and other settlers
whose descendants still live
in northwest Florida. It is the
story of people who make
their li\-ing from the river; it is
the story of politics and water
wars between Georgia,
Alabama, and Florida. It
showcases the haunting
beauty of rarely seen places.
like the River St ..Dead
Lakes, Kennedy. -Creek,
Chipola River and Tate's Hell.
The traveling exhibit is
managed by the Mary Brogan
Museum of Art and Science
in Tallahassee where it is
currently on display., The
exhibit will travel from the
Brogan to Chipola and
throughout the American
Student Essay Contest-
SFree registration for a stu-
dent essay contest will be on
Thursday, September 21, at
the Carrabelle Christian
Center on River Road at 6:30
pm. To better understand the
meaning of the theme, stu-
dents entering.the contest'
will see the award winning
film: 'The Apalachicola River
an American Treasure." This'
hour long documentary truly
explains what the term "her-l
itage" embraces. The magnif-'
icent imagery of the local;
waterways and the stories of[
people who. have lived and!
thrived here illustrates why'
,See STOLTZFUS, page 16
: NOTICE O:F PUBLIC HEARING ,
ON THE CITY OF 'LOUrCSTSTOWN
EVALUATION AND APPRAISAL REPORT
Pursuant to Chapter ..
Sections 163.3181 and
163.3191, ofthe Florida
Statutes, and Chapter ...
Rules 9J-5.004 and
9J-5.0053, of the Florida -
Administrative Code, all
Florida communities are ., ..
S e dialy ii'_
required to periodically : .
review and update their ..- ,
local government -.. l L-
comprehensive plans and .- ,
evaluate how effective .-
they are in meeting the .-i
state and local i .
government goals and
objectives. The City of
Blountstown is currently ..
completing this process.
The Blountstown City Council, acting as the Local Planning Agency, is
scheduled to hold a public hearing on Tuesday, September 12, 2006,
at 6:00P.M. CST, in the Council Meeting Room at 17262 NW Angle
The purpose of this public hearing is to allow for the City Council, acting as the Local Planning
Agency, to receive public comments, suggestions. and concerns regarding the existing
comprehensive plan and the proposed updates to the plan, and to take action to recommend
the proposed changes to the City of Blountstown Council, for inclusion in the County Evaluation
and Appraisal Report Proposed Amendments to the City of Blountstown Comprehensive Plan.
All interested parties are invited to attend and participate in the public hearing. If you have any
questions, or wish to review the draft proposals, please contact the City Hall at (850) 674-5488.
The Blountstown City Council. will hold a public hearing on Tuesday,
September 12, 2006, at approximately 6:30 PM, or immediately
following the Local Planning'Agency hearing, at the Council Meeting
Room in Blountstown, Florida.
The purpose of this hearing is to review and take public comment regarding the Planning
Agency recommendations and to consider the transmittal of the CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN EVALUATION AND APPRAISAL REPORT AMENDMENTS
TO THE CITY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, to the Department of Community Affairs.
Aug. 30, Sept. 6, 2006
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Eric O'Bryandves forJ a loose football late in the close game. -
Eric O'Bryan dives for a loose football late in the close game.
Tige fans were cheering after theTigers went ahead 29-28.
Tiger fans were cheering after the Tigers went ahead 29-28.
If you are unsure of your voting location or
have any questions about your ballot, voting or
elections, please call the Calhoun County
Elections Office at 674-8568.
* EARLY VOTING: Early voting continues daily from
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. through Saturday, September 2, in
the Calhoun County Supervisor of Elections Office,
Room G-10 in the County Courthouse, in
Blountstown. Early voting cannot begin before 8
a.m., and only those in line at 4 p.m. will be
allowed to cast a ballot after the 4 p.m. closing
* IDENTIFICATION: Florida law requires that voters
present a photo and signature ID when voting early
or at the polls, even if the poll worker knows the
voter. Voters without proper identification will be
allowed to vote a provisional ballot
* ABSENTEE BALLOTS MAILED TO VOTERS: The
Florida Election Code provides a deadline for voters
to request absentee ballots to be mailed to them. For
the primary election this year, the deadline is
Wednesday, August 30. If you need an absentee
ballot to be mailed to you, please contact our office
before the deadline.
* ABSENTEE BALLOTS TO BE PICKED UP BY
SOMEONE OTHER THAN THE VOTER: You may
designate in writing a person to pick up your ballot
for you, however, the person you designate may not
pick up more than two absentee ballots per election
other than the designee's own ballot or ballots for the
designee's immediate family. Designees may pick up
ballots beginning Friday, Sept 1, through election
day. Call our office for details on what the written
authorization must contain or download an
Absentee Ballot Request Form from our Web site
* ABSENTEE BALLOTS MUST BE RETURNED TO
THE ELECTIONS OFFICE BY 7 P.M. ON
SEPTEMBER 5. 2006, TO BE COUNTED IN THE
ELECTION. Please DO NOT take your ballot to a
voting precinct or to any other location if you intend for it
to count. It must be delivered to the Elections Office.
* LABOR DAY: The Calhoun County Elections Office
will be closed on Labor Day (Monday, Sept. 4).
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These races will appear on
all Democratic ballots in
i0'and [or Oneii
I Gtleii-i Buri ett D. EM
Not Yet Design Itd
Ci Carol Castagneil DEM
Nol Yet Designated
E JohnM Crrnitlv OEM.
Noti Yet Dlesln :ed
i Jimm Davis DEM
Not \'el iesigrtidald
C3 Rfd Smilh D-E,
Not 'rel De-signaled
tc.':le for One i
O W.ll"r "Skip" C.anmpbell DEM
ED Mernies Ehrlich DEM
These races will appear
on all Republican ballots
in all precincts:
UNITED STATES SENATOR
(',':ltF- l':-i OIFll'& i
E LeRov Collins Jr REP
D3 Kathenne Harns REP
SWillam 'Will" McBride PEP
Er Peter Monroe PEP
,'ote for Onei
C Charlie Cnsl REP
Not Yet Designated
3 Tom Gallagher REP
Not Yet Designated
E Vernon Palmer REP
Not Yet Designated
SMichael W St Jean REP
Not Yet Designated
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
(Vote for One)
E n Milt Bauguess REP
ED Randy Johnson REP
E Tom Lee REP
This race will appear on
all ballots in District 2
(Precincts 2, 3 and 4):
UNIVERSAL PRIMARY CONTEST
I'0- al for -nie)
CD E=rl Hunt D FM
ED'- Ja.i niver DEM
CD Dal vyrick DEM,
This race will appear on
all ballots in District 4
(Precincts 11A and 12):
UNIVERSAL PRIMARY CONTEST
I'/ite fcor Onei
-D 'ran'-e,Si, Ldaw ,i.,-TienijOEr.fl
D Willie T Grant DEM
This race will appear
on all ballots in
Precincts 2, 3 and 4:
SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER
(Vole for One)
OD \olena Banield
O Kelly E King
This race will appear
on all ballots in
Precincts 5 and 6:
SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER
(Voti. cor One;
CD Clifordi A Newsome
D Timothy G Smith
This race will appear on
all ballots in Precincts 9,
10, 11B and 13:
SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER
(Vote ior One)
D Danny Hassig
=D Sherryl Norris
This race will appear
on all ballots in
14TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
f'cite for One)
E i Elilah Smilev
E Christoplier N Patterson
The Altha races will
appear only on the ballots
of voters who reside
within the official town
limits of Altha:
TOWN OF ALTHA
\Vole for One
D David Culpepper
E We; Jonnston
TOWN OF ALTHA
(Vote for No More thiian Threes
Robert C Bamett
Charlie M Hansford
Stephen Uriah Mills
The Blountstown races
will appear only on the
ballots of voters who
reside within the official
city limits of Blountstown:
CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN
(Vole for One)
E- Steve Bailley
EO Marsha F Harpool
CITY OF BLOUNTST
(Vote lor One;
ED Jerry Guilford
-D Tony Shoemake
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Tigers go for two Points, win 29-28
What a great way to start
the 2006 season! Despite
some very poor play by the
kicking teams, the Tigers
overcame two touchdown
deficits twice to defeat Port
St. Joe in the fourth quarter,
29-28. Coach Greg Jordan
and his team decided to go
for two points and the win
with five minutes to go in the
game and made it. The Tiger
Defense that held Port St. Joe
S scoreless in the second half
hunkered down one more
time and pushed the Sharks
backwards on their final pos-
"Defensively, it was a great
team effort," coach Jordan
said Monday. "We held St.
Joe to 126 total yards on 24
plays. St. Joe got 21 points
because of the lack of experi-
ence we had on special
The Tiger offensive line
also performed better Friday
night according to coach
Jordan. "We've got to give the
offensive line credit for get-
Sting the job done this week,
especially in the second half.
We controlled the ball with.
some long drives. Our
offense ran 64 plays to St.
Joe's 24," Jordan noted. The
Tigers controlled the clock
too, keeping the ball for
33:59 while the Sharks had it
for only 14:01.
Jordan praised the efforts
of offensive linemen Britt
Leach who replaced starting
center Wesley Newsome this
week. Guards Josh Lee and
Eric O'Bryan, tackles Josh
Underwood and Bradley
Johnson and tight end Matt
Vincent all earned compli-
ments by coach Jordan.
"We took the ball on the
opening kickoff and drove 60
yards. A holding penalty
killed our drive and we had to
punt. Two guys should have
made tackles, but their
return man went 90 yards for
a touchdown," Jordan said
On the Tigers' next posses-
sion after picking up only 8
yards on three plays the
Altha Lady Wildcats defeat
Bozeman and Cottondale
BY KELLI PEACOCK
The Altha Lady Wildcats
chalked up two more wins
this week against Bozeman
The Cats traveled to
Bozeman in Panama City
Aug. 22 and won 25-16, 25-
20, 25-17. Team leaders were
Sylvia Bodiford.with 13 point
and four aces; Joy Capps
with 10 points, three aces,
and eight kills; Tory Lipford
with nine points and six
assists; Taylor Shelton with
eight points, a pair of aces,
and a kill; Tammy. Johnson
with five points, an ace, four
kills, and a block; and Cherie
Hires with four points, three
kills, and 10 assists.
Final sign-up for the 2006
Calhoun County, Youth
Soccer season .will be
Saturday, September 2, from-
9-12 a.m. at the W.T. Neal
Civic Center. Cost to play is
S $45. Each additonal brother
or sister is S30. Uniforms are
included in the pnce.
Games will. be Tuesdays
and Thursday_. 5:30 6:30,
Cottondale came to town
Aug. 24 and Altha sent them
packing, 25-14, 25-19, 27-
.Capps brought in 23 serv-
ice points, five aces; 11 kills,
and a block. Lipford had 20
service points, three aces, 10
assists, and a dig. Bodiford
provided 17 service points,
an ace, and two digs. Shelton
added 16 service points, two
aces, a block, and two digs.
Tammy Johnson contributed
14 service points, an ace, and
The J.V. defeated
Bozeman, 25-12, 24-26, 15-
13. Kristin Yon led with nine
points, followed by Cessna
Folsom with seven.
Against Cottondale the
J.V. Cats claimed another
and 6:30-7:30 p.m. begin-
ning TuesdIa. September 26.
Deadline for all sign-ups
and accommodation requests
is 12:00 pm Saturday.
iThanks to 1l \who h,-ic%
participated In. and have
supported this program in
the past.: We look forward to
another furi year!l
BY BLOUNTSTOWN TIGER
HEAD COACH GREG JORDAN z
Blountstown vs St. Joe 2006,
was one ot those special games
between these two oid rivals
THis was a game for a coach that
was hard to get a handle because of
all the big plays and momentum
swings on both sides PSJ takes a
14 point lead and runs 3 offensive
snaps They return our 1si puni lor
a 90 yard TD and we give them eld
position on another Dad snap and a
blocked punt. .We answer with.14
points io lie it on a punt eturn by Jon
Lockhart anid a 70 pass from QB
S .Cory Cox.to Jon Loclchan St. Joe'
S thencomes back with 2 more unan-
swered TD to take a 28-14 lead mid-
way through the 2nd quarter. Then
we got a turnover and score right
before halftime t:, cut it to 28-21 St.
S Joe at half Both defenses :settled
down in Ihe 3rd quarter with neiiner
S learn scoring before BHS goes cn a
S75 yard 10 minute 18 play drive to
score with 5:50 left in the 4th .to'
make it 28-27. I felt:like this may be
our last and only chance to win the
game. is :the reason lor the 2 pcoini
conversion instead or the tying e...ira
point. Their FG hck'er has 40+ yard
-range and their big play capability
mTade the decision even easier Go
for the win whiie we had the opportu-
nity. Cory Co:x made a great pitch to
Garry Reed on rhe opic'ln lor a suc-,
cessful conversion give all the
'credil io our players for never giving
up and continuing to overcome
.adversity throughout the game."
Offensively we ran 64 plays to their
24.: We dominated the ball and time
of possession Hats off to the
Defense for their 2nd half play and
Holding St. Joe scoreless and giving
us an opponurii' to win the game.
Thanks, to all the Tiger fans that
made the trip to St. Joe. W le need
your support this week as we lake on
a big and fast West Gadsden team
SThis will be our tirst home game with
kickoff at 7 30 CT
SCome out .and support the
Tige.s"i ,Hope to see you at the
victory. Sierra Chason led
with 18 points.
"Both squads are playing
excellent teamwork," says
Coach Mary McClellan. "We
continue to improve with
experience. I have been most
impressed with both teams
when things get tight...we
step it up a notch and close
out our opponent. That will
Swin you championships. We
are looking forward to our
The Lady Cats travel to
Vernon Thursday and will
host Bozeman Tuesday.
Game time, is 4 p.m. for J.V.,
followed by varsity at 5 p.m.
Tigers lined up to punt. The
snap from center sailed over
punter Jared Lilly's head for
a 27 yard loss back at the
Tiger 11 yard line. Two plays
later Port St. Joe scored and
was on top 14-0 having run
only two offensive plays in
After receiving the kickoff,
quarterback Cory Cox con-
nected with Garry Reed for
66 yards and a first down at
St. Joe's 12 yard line. On the
next play, the Tigers fumbled
and the Sharks recovered.
Things were beginning to
look bleak, fans were looking
at each other with funny
stares and St. Joe fans were
The Tigers decided it was
time to growl a little and step
it up a notch. After holding
St. Joe on three plays the
Sharks punted. Jonathan
Lockhart gathered in the ball
at the Tiger 40 and raced to
the endzone. Jared King's
PAT cut the hark's lead to
See BHS FOOTBALL, page 13
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News Channel 7 Tpur
The 8th grade BMS
Morning News/Yearbook and
Leadership classes visited
News Channel 7 on August
18th to learn how a real TV
studio is managed and
broadcasts are produced.
News reporter Paris Jenos
took the 30 students on a
tour of the station and they
were able to see first hand
how local news and weather
broadcasts are performed.
Students were able to partic-
ipate in the duties of news
anchor, producer, camera
engineer and meteorologist.
BMS football tryouts, are
complete and Coach Barber
and Coach Sumner have
been hard' at work trying to
get the Tigers ready for their
first season opener against
Havana Middle School. The
Tigers will play the 'Bears
August 31st at home at 5:00
q.s.t. Come out and support
the BMS Tigers in their sea-
Students in the 8th grade BMS Morning News/Yearbook anrd
Leadership classes recently visited News Channel 7 in Panama
City where they learned how TV shows are produced.
have arrived. Yearbooks are
$20. There are only a few
extra copies left so if you are
interested in buying a copy
please contact Mrs. Eubariks
in the Media Center.
August 31 -' Football
Game, Home at 5:00 c.s.t
September 5 Failure
Home at 4:00 c.s.t
College will offer a variety of
short courses in the coming
Chipola will offer the fol-
lowing mandatory training
for Child Care Facility per-
sonnel and Family Child
Care Home: Health, Safety &
Nutrition, Sept. 9, 7 a.m. to 3
p.m.; Child Abuse & Neglect,
Sept. 16, 7 to 11 a.m.; Child
Growth & Development,
Sept. 16, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.;
Behavioral Observation &
Screening, Sept. 11 and 13, 6
to 9 p.m.; Rules &
Regulations (center), Sept. 18
and 20, 6.to 9 p.m.; Rules &
Regulations (family), Sept.
23, 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Pre-
School Appropriate Practices,
Oct. 21, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.;
Special Needs Appropriate
,Practices, Oct. 7, 7 a.m. to 5
p.m. Costs range from $17
to $43 depending on length
An Early Care &
Overview course will meet
Tuesday, Jan. 9 through
April 24 from 6 to 9 p.m.
Cost is $191. An Internship
course will meet Thursdays,
Jan. 11 through April 26
from 6 to 9 p.m. Cost is
A Cake Decorating II class
will meet Thursdays, Sept. 7
through 28 from 6 to 8:30
p.m. Cost is $41. An
Advanced Level Cake
Decorating III class will meet
Thursday, Oct. 5 through
26 frdm 6 to, 8:30 p.m. Cost
is $41. A Cake Decorating I
class :will meet Thursdays,
Feb. 1 through 22 from 6 to
8:30 p.m. Cost is $41.
An Introduction to
Computers with Internet for
Seniors course will meet
Sept. 12 from 9 a.m. to noon.
Cost is $24.
SA RealEstate Sales course
will meet weekends, Sept. 30,
Oct. 1, 14, 15, 28, 29, and
Nov. 5 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Cost is $250.
The Continuing Education
Department also offers 'cus-
See CHIPOLA, page 1'6-
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Teachers travel to New York
Alice .Marshal '& Amy
Valenta. two history teachers
at Altha School, will soon be
travelling to New .-York,
Philadelphia, arid, Boston.
They, along with teachers
from around Florida. \\wll be
conducting field studies,
funded b- the, American
History Grant. The teachers
will also be attending the fifth
year anniversary of the
September 11th attacks at
Ground Zero. They will be,
ALTHA SCHOOL NEWS
gone a week in mid
September, all of which will.
be packed with abusy sched-
School pictures for kinder-
garten through eleventh
grade will be-' Friday..
September 1st. Also, seniors
that did not get their senior
portraits taken before school
will have a second opportuni-
ty. Senior portr.at make-ups
\\ill be. October 3rd.
houn/altha for the latest
news from Altha School. On
the website you'll find Sports
schedules, the Accelerated
Reader list. links for stu-
dents. lunch menus, and the
There \\ill be a PTO meet-
ing Thursday. August 31st at
6:00 PM in the Media Center.
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Calhoun County School District's
S:Annual Report for 2006
The 2006 Legislalure's posture was to strengthen curriculum and requirements for middle school students
and for high school students electing the 18 credit college prep option Beginning wilh the 06-07 sixth grade
students, Ihe academic requirements lor promotion to the ninth grade are- 3 Englisn: 3 math; 3 science; and 3
social studies courses. ,In.addition. .a course in career and education planning must be completed in the,
seventh or eighth grade. This course may be a semester or integrated into an existing course. Also, al least
1 high school level mahn course must be offered for which students may earn high school credit.
Middle and high school students who score Level 1 in' reading on the FCAT must be enrolled in and
complete an.intensive reading course the following year. Placement of Level 2 readers wili be based on a:
diagnostic assessment of student needs. Students scoring Level 1 or 2 in math must receive remedialion the
following year which may be integrated into the student's required ialh course. Students must also complete
an electronic personal education plan vhich is to be signed by the student. parent, and guidance counselor.
High school students may receive 'orgiveness" for a "D" or "F" in a course win a grade of "C" or higher
earned in the same course or a comparable course. Students will also have an opportunity to panicipaie in an
online high school credit recovery and student academic improvement program..
2006-2007 ninth grade students opting ior the 18 Credit Option for graduations MUST meet the following
requirements: Earn 6 of 18 credits from dual enrollment;,AP, IB, or AICE; score Level 3 on FCAT Writing; earn
passing FCAT scores in Reading and Math; maintain a 3.5 GPA in the courses required in the college prep
track and must earn a minimum of 5 credits by the end of grade 9 and 11 credits by the end of grade 10.
Students leaving school at age 16 must complete an exit interview to determine the reason for the
student's decision to terminal school and actions that were taken to keep the student in school. In addition,
the student must be informed of opportunities to continue education in a different environment.
Progress Monitoring Plans will 'replace'Academic Improvernent Plans and will be more reflective of the
stale's school-wide monitoring ol reading. The monitoring of writing, math, and science will be based on
formative testing and teacher assessments:
SBeginning with. the 2007-2008 ninth grade; an additional credit in math is required making a total of 4
credits needed for graduation. Students will also select majors and minors in their high school curriculum.
'FCAT reading data for grades 3-12 is reported district-wide by number and percent for Levels 1 and 2:
Grade 3, Level 1 18 110 i. Level 2 12 (7%); Grade 4 Level 1 19 (14%), Level 2 14 (10%); Grade 5,
Level 1 -30 (18o%), Level 2 26 (16%); Grade 6, Level 1 18 (12%), Level 2 26 (17%); Grade 7, Level 1 -
33 (17%), Level 2 35-(18%0); Grade 8, Level 1-30 (18%), Level 2 52 (31%); Grade 9, Level 1 32 (19%),
' Level 2 -60 (36%); Grade 10. Level 1 52 t33'oi. Lbvel 2- 59 (37%).
Students retained in grades 3-10 is also reported district-wide: Grade 3 -'5 (3%); Giade 4 2 (1%); Grade
5 3 (2o), Grade 6- 8 (5);: Grade 7 7 (3%); Grade 8'- 6(4%); Grade 9 -18 (11%); Grade 10 -12(7%)..
Third grade promotions for good cause:, 1 student #2 ESE / FCAT inappropriate; 3 students #3 passed
alternate assessment; 9 students #5 ESE and previously retained; 1 student #6 previously retained twice.
S FoIr further information, please contact.the school of your choice or the district office.
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This year the Student
Government Association did
an excellent job of welcoming
everyone back in hopes of a
were given by Tabinda Syed
(SGA President) and T.J.
Rogers (Sr. Class President).
Kori Edewaard entertained
everyone with a slideshow
showing candids from last
year's activities in hopes of
making this year's even bet-
ter. At break, Mrs. McCrone
(SGA Advisor) gave everyone
ice cream sandwiches to
boost their day.
Homecoming has been set
for the week of October 23-
27. Our theme for this year is
'A Paws In Time'. SGA is look-
ing for a flower girl and crown
bearer. If you would like to
nominate a kindergartner
from either Carr or BES,
please send a picture, along
with the child's name, phone
number, parents' names and
teacher, to the front office by
This year promises to be
one of the best at BHSI
BHS Welcomes Coach
A new .addition to
Blountstovwn High. School
this year is our volleyball
coach Tanya Durham. Coach
Durham attended Abilene
Christian TiniJersit' in Texas
on a basketball scholarship.
She has been living in
Blountstown for the past
With more school districts
struggling to keep programs
in arts and music alive, the
S nation's leading herbal prod-
uct in the cough arnd cold
aisle, has announced it will
S provide some much-needed
relief for the school districts
in Calhoun and Liberty coun-,
Airborne, Inc. has estab-
lished the Airborne Teacher
S Trust Fuind, a nonprofit char-
S table corporation, to fund art
'and music programs in, ele-
mentary and middle schools
that are in jeopardy of being
lost due to budgetary limita-
'According to USA Today.
FL is spending 85,691.00 on
art and music programs per
pupil, which is below the
national average of
The 'Airborne- Teacher
Trust Fund is the vision of
Victoria Knight-McDovell, a
former second-grade teacher
and creator of Airborne
i Health Formula. Victoria's
goal with the initiative is to
help other teachers get their
dreams ard ambitions off the
With: budgets, becoming'
S tighter each year, schools are
faced with the difficult deci-
sion of having to cut vital
programs. says Knight-
twenty years and was a for-
mer teacher and volleyball
coach from the Blountstown
Middle School. She resides in
Blountstown with her hus-
band of twenty-two years,
Joe Ray Durham, and their
fifteen year old daughter,
When asked why she
began coaching, she replied,
"I have always loved sports,
the competitiveness of the
game, working with athletes,
and it's a way for me to stay
involved with the sports I love
while not playing myself.
Her experiences in coach-
ing include seventeen years
altogether on the varsity
level, including one year at
the college level as an assis-
tant coach. She has not only
coached volleyball, but she
also has led basketball and
softball teams. Coach
Durham took so time off from
coaching for a few years. She
said, "I wanted some time for
my daughter Kelby, but now
that. she's in high school, I
am glad to be coaching
Coach Durham was asked
how she predicted the volley-
ball season for her girls
would be this year. "I predict
that we will have a very suc-
cessful season. My girls
need to just continue to work
hard, and they will do great!"
SBlountstown High School
Portraits for all underclass-
men, will be taken on
"The Airborne Teacher
Trust Fund is meant to fill
the gap and keep our youth
engaged and inspired, so
they can live full and reward-
According to the 2006
Center for Education Policy,
71 percent of. the nation's
15,000 school districts have
reduced time spent on sub-
jects such as art, social stud-
ies. and history since 2002.
"It's frightening to think of
a world in which children are
not exposed to the arts in any
ineaningfulway," says Elise
Donahue. Airborne CEO. "As
corporations and individuals
it is up to us to-make sure
we're investing in the future
of our country."
SDonahue said that the.
Airborne Teacher Trust Fund
is beginning with an invest-
nment of $250,000. Grants
ranging from $200 to
$10,000 \\ill be awarded to
Teachers to implement pro-
grams during the 2006-2007
The Airborne Teacher
Trust Fund will initially be
offered to teachers from pub-
lic and private 'schools in
California, .. Florida,
and NMssoun. Each quarter'
additional states will become
Please make checks out to
Blountstown High School.
Cash is accepted as well.
Money must be paid when
portraits are taken. There will
be retakes only if students
eyes are closed or bad facial
expressions are shown.
PLEASE DRESS APPROPRI-
Package (A): 2 = 8x10, 2 =
5x7, 8 = wallets, Cost = $30
Package (B): 1 = 8x10, 2 =
5x7, 8 = wallets, Cost = $25
Package (C): 1 = 8x10, 1 =
5x7, 8 = wallets, Cost = $20
Package (D): 1 = 5x7, 4 =
wallets, Cost = $12
Blountstown High School
Senior Portraits will be taken
or August 30 for girls and
September 1 for guys. Down
payments for Senior Portraits
Even if a senior does not
wish to purchase.a picture,
he should get proofs for the
For Your Information
Aug. 31 Senior Girls
against Liberty County
Sept. 1 Senior Guys
Portraits; Varsity FB-Home
against West Gadsden, 7:30
Sept. 4 Labor Day-No
Sept. 5- Volleyball-Home
Sept. 6 Underclassmen
eligible until the program is
rolled out nationally.
Application information is
available via the Airborne
Teacher Trust Fund Web site
meet Sept. 1
Calhoun County Retired
Educators Association mem-
bers will honor new retirees
when they gather for a
Covered Dish Luncheon and
General' Meeting at 11:00
.a.m. Friday, September 1, in
the Recreation Hall at the
First United Methodist
Lunch will be served at
Plan to "be at church on
time" so you'll be able to visit
with friends and get an
update on FREA's plans for
the coming year. Jessie Mae
Price %\ill be reporting on the
State Assembly, which she
attended this summer.
We look forward to seeing
you Friday. September 1. at
11:00 a.m. nith your favorite
"Covered Dish" in hand.
Dues/Senior Deposits Due
Sept. 7 Volleyball-Away
against Marianna, 4:00/5:00
P.M.; JV Football-Home
against Vernon, 6:00 P.M.
Sept. 8 Varsity FB-Away
against North FL Christian
Sept. 11 Volleyball-Away
Sept. 12 Volleyball-Home
against Port St. Joe
Sept. 14 JV Football-
Home against South Walton
Sept. 15 Varsity Football-
Away against Vernon 7:30
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and congressman concerning funding and regulatory issues. Our
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smiles at the future. She opens her mouth in
wisdom, and the teaching of kindness is on her
tongue. She looks well to the ways of her
household, and does not eat the bread of idleness."
Dear Fellow Calhoun County Citizens All Districts,
Vanessa Dawson-Thompson is running for County Commissioner, District 4, and is unquestionably the most qualified person for the
job. She possesses the administrative background necessary to perform the duties of County Commissioner, (being currently employed
as a Behavioral Program Supervisor with the Florida Agency for Persons with Disabilities). She is also active in her church, community
and with our youth. Please look forher campaign ad. Her platform addresses problems that the County Commission has repeatedly
failed to solve, and in many cases, even consider, I know from my talks with her that she.has educated herself in matters important to
the properfunctioning of a County Commission matters that the current County Commission apparently does not grasp and shown .
the determination to gain.the knowledge and.understanding when dealing with the unfamiliar.
'If elected, I am confident that Commissioner Dawson-Thomas will make sound decisions with the personal integrity we would
expect in the elected officials that we're entrusting millions of our tax dollars to. She can be trusted to make decisions without
considering whether these decisions might affect her chances forre-election. She will act according to conscience and a sincere desire
to do right,
Thank you for giving her the consideration she deserves. If you live in District 4, I hope you will vote for her, for all our sakes. If
yju, like me), don't live in Distrct 4. but still want to bring about change, you can do so by'discussing Vanessa with friends, family, and
others in District 4. Vanessa and I appreciate and thank you in advance for each and every phone call or mention. You can make the
difference God speed.: ;
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this Court at 20859 Central Ate E Room li(31 Tri-- ig larure ,hall prescrnte r.r, app-inted by' tn- prnz deni 'Il t-.f e L r- are Lan1 e.sioi radio ard 'lr-i -.r l rtirint i hj n- i tli i-:..: Fa esta tl- and rr aintainris tieer.r- tL.rh-
130. B1ouritj!-toin FL 32424 before sricre general la -w 'r-nrlitron under ahich lImi'-d the \lcr chairperonr of the -:ornmmTniisi.r. _rajl lm tijariii- on n' iJndi.dudal a-erti;rin c- p-ermnine-r re-idr-inm: ol the oTaier arid "i Iho
on Peluoner or ILummediateel thereafter If adjuiimentis tr. the budget aj-re-rommendrd be appoinrod 1-, te -pi-eakr .-i. m ir rou e.-i mindlum uUllzd ain- a-ijchn snill be run,.-ir ha la. aiia-c. aige is .t'.,-fiV and rh--.:re
uu fail lt do so a default may be entered b) the goaj-r'inr r.r the rhel justcr of the repr-'cnrilarles Frr.m Non e.ribd'r ,-f at a leiel 'equ a-it e orne.third o. each nouei l-crhold Iic :Incm a.j serin.'d 1\ i general
against .ou for the relief demanded m the supr-m- couro mam\ b a.pF[pproid without eren-numt--'red year iri-.ugn .-.eln-,i iif [ol r.nnual apprpnauria r i-equlred ts\ Ihis ii.. .- dies no: ,-..-ce-d en e'l tnLouS .aj d.:.I-
petiUon me c 'enrurrenoe of he fulll' Ilegilarctre -ach odd-numbere- i)ear tne brpairp t ,r:. o. etiuh on lars m ienieria ij. mu~st dlo -:.:unueti
If. ,.li-1. 33.,,\. J 4-" _.JU p- the joint li native budg-t -itrn-mi_:iorn shall21 et;i2l i enc-.tas-d .:urni cula and-i t pro and m tiuri-:ipalliki I; %.. tranr trI-,i addl-JiLor. a
Copies of all court docume-nt-r this ca- 3e .L V~-L I .h d r-rt- nt be ap(pr-rl'd by the 'peaKer r if the h'.u--u of rjam: to edducare ruth about It.:bcco an-d *e... pr:,i-.- n v.lthrn he unLit.l Fpr5nbed In h
including orderrs are aailable at the ClerK .d iis. .-l-t. t, -r .tt .bTl.I repref enrative and tne 'lie nsifrper.-',n of t I discouraCe their use ,If It it Inr-udine but tns i ,ubseei.in'.n b, or-dinance adopt-Jid n mu-in
or the.Circuit Coun's office You may re\ie, p]- .L.g d. .d "-p.rt-; l d,;'. thL e commr-is[lrn -hall be abppoint-ed by ir- not ii'u:ed to prog_-aTrs uri, in-t ol, e '.ouLr m n rrarinerr pre-nt.e:d gen,:ral lar.' ana musIt
ru-e'e documents upon request -q t f. m h -. pp-r -. president of th-'senate ner-joinln legislation educate ,ouLtn .about tr-Ue health hi aard-i of pp-rolde for i-e periolenc adiu'm-,soien l'f he
.n. .fb. .h h. l.ithl. t -, bucigtgeomml slon hall be g.-,irned b:y th- tobacco. nelp :outh deelop s-kuls t.:- refd- e irnco: limitt- tJin pres nbed In ur-i- sub:.e.:.
I You must teep the Clerk of the Circuit T". .hJl .. la. --p- _.. .' Jointm rule r"f the aenati and the hou-e i tutiba-co and-e de nt.rrate 'o iulh nhw to ion ki:r cnanrne u- trn e ic ii l ih.ings
Court's office nortfiet of sour current :j.: L J. pi: ,- d. .t .d repr-cerntativet whicn -rill rmal e ir, rf, il stip uiniP rtobatco .
address (You may file Notice of Current Ld.- J, ...t I ti. _:j' until repalr or amended by con- urrenr 131 proTaartis of loc i o-i ,riTunit -,irbarned ARTICLE XW
SAddress. Florida Supreme Court Approved ..l-d I. -h. .d..d resolunon Te corhmmis lon shil conen i at partnerships that dlicourage the use or SCHEDULE
Family'Law form 12 91.5 .Future papers n L-_o, r p"--pLt -f I. _b. J .h. least quarterly and shall contend ar the call robacc. an-: al ork ro educ aie people. e-ile-
unis lawsuit ally.be malled to the 3adresspn tln4-p:rcrr. .I1 J .-. -h-1_l _d of the president oe ithe 'enat" and the 4peak- cialli, .outh aboiur the heairu- hardas :.f EC TIOtll4 i-. Jr., '-s'd Iom. -era-
record ar the clerk's office h. jld. J d .h. er of the hoble of repre- ntabne- A majon- tobacco rtn in emphasis oin pFro~rams trig .1-T=[ n-,-in -The amindri-.-at tr r. CeCtrtn fi nf
,- Idl SEVENTT';.I.WO HOUR PUBLIC 13 of the ccmmiss Iyr member' or -arh e ouh ~rl outh rd empnasue the precernn A-rio- lrI ii-cre-ma-g rit.- a m m addi-
S WARNING Rule J2 285. Florida Family. REVIEW'PERIOD llI general appropnation house plus one adjdrm.nal member fom and cessiarl n of Itbacco: u'e ori.nal amount ,-. the hi.mh--ead-e'en-irrurinn
Law Rules of Procedures. requires certain bills shall be furnished to, cach member of either house constitute' a quqrurnm A.1o
information Failure to comply can result lia the governor, and, the chief Jusuce of the of ithi commls'lomn member, pr-=rni of each suitn ol trbacc:: t:.- minors. and the potes-
sancmc.ns. Including dismissal or tniant of supreme court at least e enty-rwo hours hous- The commln- -on mai conduct its sion of t-nai-.co a by Lrrincor s ard NO. 7
pleading before finU- passage by either house of the- meeting through 'relconferennc= or similaj- 151 pubiclh-reporred annual e'i ua- CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
S legitslauie ofi.Le-bill In the lorm that a llU'be means In addiion to the pr.i.er- and due -- rions to ensure that mon-i s appropnated ARTICLE VII. SECTION 6
Dated this Au.ust 8. 2006 presented to the governor -. specified m this sub.--tion thejoir.t l.gilla- pLu-iuani tI -his -ecn oon ajre pent proper., (Legislatve)
-. .- l 'l(el FINAL BUDGET REPPORT' Eff -i d be budget cornmTls-n -hall e\erci-e all iAnlh sn1il tincllde esajuarotin olu-i pro- '
S' I Ruth.W.' Attawivy .N. _b 1. 1003, A' final budget report other power-'and perftormi any other duuia gram cfficctcineas In reducing an.d pr-- Ballot Title:
'- -. Clerk of the Circult Court shall be prepared a pre.tnbed by gene.l not in conflict with paragraph Icll31 and ac rains tobacco use and annual reco-nmen. FERI.L-PfENTLYi DiSABLED \V'ETERAiNS
'August'30. Sept. 6..13 20,-2006 la,,. The final budget report shall be pro- pr~trnbd dby generallaw or joint rule danot- fir improkemenes to enuianc the DISCOUNT Ol- HOMHESTEAD AD VALORF.EM
.- .. duced no later than the 12Q0 -h.t day after program 'efiecu t'nes.s which are to TAX
I ". i .: mne bnteginnring oftrue fiscal year. ard copIes of Include compa-aisons -to similar programs2i -
I Lefga Notice -, _. -,the,re[port hall be FurnfIshed to each mem- -,. NO.21 2 proen 10 be effective min other sale's asA iell Ballot Summary: -
i _egal Noi.e- ber ofl-th legislature -lthe head of each CONSNSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ai comnpanr-ons tor'CDC BSa[ Practice:., Frop-oine an amendment to u-i State
PUBIC AUCTION ': department aind 'agency ,of the state. the. ARTICLE VI, SECTION 4 .. miciudmg amendments thereto Conit-uution'to proct a dis cou nr irom.iLhe
.auditor general and the chidi lustice of th (LleglslaUtve) Il FuIding. In ever-..ear beg'nningm g amount of ad iaJorem ita\ on the'horome ead
h Mallory To1npg and Reco-eir-will hold'a.- supreme court.- -' h the c.alendeoa-i year after .oterti approve :ofa panurallm'r rotiallvper-marian-titav dir'bled
public sticuon onutIgust 30. 2006q at 2 00 Il TRUST FiJVfDS. Ballot Title: this amendmenrt the Flor lda LgisLature veteran ho is ace 65 or oler eho .as.a
pm. I'TI o(n- aor (1 ) IN trust f nilaof the SLtae of Flonda TERM LIITSS -hall approopnrae, lor Lne puurpo-e eeprens-ed Flonda re.aldent ar the rtie of entenng miili-
S .'i T or other public bodly may be created or re' h rein from the total gross funas that. tar-. ert..:ic whoie diirabuliy was comt-bat-
i 1993 Mercury Coigar KR7. .. created b, law without a three-fifths CIW4. Re moved from the ballot t\ the Florida tobacrcocomplari.'e pay to the State oi relate-i. and e ho sa_ nrionorablt-:dircharged
...' Green In Color vote of the memDrtilp' o( each hou se of the Legilarur-. Flonda und-r the Tobacco teitleimnt an o speci y the percentage of the disi:ounta
VIan 1'MEPM6240PH646557 lcasature in 3 separate bill for that purpose- asmounr equal to fifeen percent of 'suc equal t': th-e perceniat.ge o I te o eterin s per-
-n. .-nly NO. 3 funds pai1i to tre stair, in 200j5 and the mane- serie-ionnenctt ed diabilir,, to1
Auciono acll be neld iat Mallori- Towipe and 1ll 2.1 t t. .If. 1 J...i Il. 56ONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT approprn.aion r-quired Db [his section irill .spe-.:cif aliqualifican, requi-ements for utre
Reooers Lnc at 1329 North Malin Street i.t .if. .U .J-. .I -r. .n. J. -r.J-l ARTICLE XI. SECTION 5 be adlusted aniruall for infiauc a, ua.in the t di'couun toi aiutho .run., the Le,_'lature toi
tH y Ti North m Blouniston 850-674- .L -.[ .t i. f v.I (Legislative) Conscuier Pncoe index as published tb the sa.e ithe annual applicatin rqulrement in
2869o .ff. J d. .f J-. _b. .t. Statetrust United States Departmn-ent of Labor subsequent \ea-r b geien-ra lar. ard to
funds tlI.d-tL '. .1 J d. -h. .Ballot Titlle: lei Defnitions. "Tocacco' irnlude specially at the p[rolt. io n taie. efi'-t
MaIhliorn Tornng and Re :omery reserves u-it ,i:.ubi.-s.l shall terminate not more than REQUIOING BROADER PUBLIC SiUP- r. -aiout limitaunc. tobacco.orielf and rob-acnd Dro.:cber 7. 20'.. is self-=.'.erutirn and
niht to reiecr. an arid all bidd s four years after u-ie efflectie date oli.Lhe act PORT FOR CONiSTITLTiTONALP AMEND.- o product t&t'hat include tobacco and are -doe-5 not rCquuir Inpluren-r,.itrng leLitlanono
Auusat 30. 2006 authorF zng the initial creation, lo the.'trust MIENTS'OR REViSIONS intended or expected for nurnan u ie or con- .
Si fund By law the legislature Ctmay set a. hon- sumprnon *-Li.cudiLi but not Lhimited to cit Full Text:
Lega No e r. me l period for wlucih any rusEtfund is Ballot Summary: a-r-ct e, ciga-r pipe lobarcc. arid .n-okele.ss ARTICLE VI
Sauthr.nzed '- Proposei an amendment to Secuon 5 or tobacco. Tre Tobai.iuo Srrtlemenr mean, FINANCE AND TAXATION
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL 31 Trust funds required by federal.pro Article. X of the Stare Cons.tueir. to require that cerLrn Settltemnt .Areemenr daled .
AMENDMENTS .. grams or maridates trult rounds established that -any proposed amendment to or re'ilon rugut 25 1997. entered into in t tInernCieiit' SECTION '5 i H ii.,ita-i e..rriprioni -
TO B E VOTED ON NOVEMBER, 7- t'-refor:,bond'bo\dentiarni.',ldenotLures. or resolu- of the. State Copat]ruuoni; hehe' proposed) !if the caze st'leid asc-tltejof.FlondPtaLsl. i, .'a'EacrE.:.i.ei-scr.ho'h-;u'wi"-te -ial )r -
-' .':' 'd6:- "'. '' tion .'- i. 4e -,i' e. ae leall pled e y bv the Je nature b,' mtnaau e .. b'.' a' A '. ,en< n T,.eba.-. C-Cr anj ny etl .Ca.-ico u i-' l Itncirf .6 b.re i .ita t f i i'. lra,-' iI
NOTICE OF ELECTION Lne iate 'or public nodv "to meet debt semnie otner method, rrusr' be approved b% .-. lea Ii' S a 1-t46t AHI- liia 5ith C l'a- a imen-ijd" Irn-rion-an t-i'tr-ia-neri'ri.nc -i t h
or oriner iriA ti n t'ulrecu-,enT "r'f ,any''lebt 60) percent of Ihje i ot.r- of U-ie s~re olin''- b-, -ilpula-ti. o etninerit dLiled .. ncr .:-r another. l.; all. .: a.. uralm ,
1r Sue i Cobb recr bll- y or Sta obligations 'the u ate. or n '1,' pur b -hi ted)i n r mea-n i ,re ralthe r tAtian bi a -,impit'r .Sipember i i. 199i.i and includes i-n\ sub dep-enpdernt uFl.n une c. .T.er siall .ri exe=mpt
theState f oFlFonda.. do hereby itee nice the state transportation nrust fund; the.ruist major. Tniss proposed aTineri narent rnould e.quleni ,amendments anda ucce;scor agree- Irom tau.-.anon theere.:.rn -cept ase-Fnitm ents
that 'al.,eLteion ,il be hdld in each i:ounry ,' fund 'contaIing the' net annual proceeds not chLange the current requiremen etlth a mer.ita YouiLn u iiudes -rumd.ris and i, young ifo pJcil tbenicflt. up ,- the aste'-ed aLu.- .
in iFlordn on I[Joe'rrber 7 2006 forr ate rat iTor 'tne 'Florida EducaUton -LOrteries, the proposed consotuuonal' amenarrment Imp-:.- adults ason of ftie rio,,u -nri dollar; upon ectab-
O. t. ds u iry nd -o ., .- ia.
uicalon er rejeuon of proposed constitu Floria retirement, ruia, fund ,trust, rends ng ne- -'tate ticor fee be approved bi at Idl EffeetveI Dae. This amendment t P uhmentr nrhl .itberelo tn the minerir pre-
" uonal imenament-i of uie State;or Flonds i. lor-lstituNtldi' .under thre mar.gemerit of least 2/3 of .he voters of Lhe itae ,Lotin- h- sna. beirr eiom eflectire immediatel\ upon si:nbed bv lai. The real estate may be heild
Sthe Boardr orGiior c 'ors- fRjiem '.where such .' .the elecloeini. shuch such an.arrendment Is appro.al. bby tleal or erquitabie tite b\ the entreaties ,
I '" NO. 1 u.t fi.rids are for auxlar enterprisea'and considered, : l:,Lnti, comrnon as t condoJi-ni. or
1 CONSTITUTIONALAMENDiMENT. co6nt-ac, grants and.'donatforls. as those 'Fancial Impact Statement: l ndiruectl, b t si:..: ow-nershlp or member-.
.-.. '.--ARTICLE .III SECTION 19 ., ; t i.erms c are.dtefind by geYeralw l.aw ti ust .TFullT. ',Tiiandmet qu Trsamendmentrn hip repre-un the ie T erB r member
.(. Legislative) '' u 1 id; tha hsr.'iehe as, ciearinr und or. ..ARTICLE XI ment to appropriate approianisrely 557 mil- propnetari interel min a corp:raduon-on ciwning
S ---. a count or the chilet hlinarlal 'officer or,, AMENRIDMENTS lion ui o20)07 or Ine Conprehens 'e .a fee or a leenoL iitialli- in cAci c
Bal'Titir-. .- ,. ..: .Ltegeneles..trutund haraccouiitafori .- '. Siates de Tobacco Educatin .. and., rer-eightiears
S -STATPLANNiGi'.iD BIGEtPROCESS- assets held d the state m A a trstee c'apai SECTiON 5. Amendme0 or re slon Pre.'eriton Program'. Therea-er, -thi" -lt Not.more 'L~rone e.xemlption iall
S -' I I- 1. i-. an agent or fliuolary orind i tiiuc i elec don i amournit-!lu increka-e annuallirath ilada'- be' allowed arv Indllidual or family\ uarni or
Ballot Summary: p1" -r-. i,,'r ,'tins' t oine-ig'taeo-amricnal ---l(a, proposed amendm~nir t tod ror r'sslo-ion nTon. This -spendigl is expected to reduce iith re gpcrt to any residerndal- uri No No
S Propq'rng arri.enmein sti. tF'Le, Staie-.unI .olth'le L hnds hn-authonzd.]bcy. o tusconstuslrtion. oh an opar of It hall be tobacco c'onumptiupon Asc- a result. some -exeinptior, l hall ecceed.the aluc. of the eal
Consttion tbi.hEc-mi e amount oAr0s- o .areo si t..-to Joe u'ubimittd to the4lecroril ithe next ienerr' lona-term silnas to state ard lotalj ern est-iat. aseisable to the oH-nr or. In.case of
currintg -genera ti'o ne l'o.tJCiCh ma\nl'e IhrequremeL (2of '. election hIld more thmiarn inmr dayi after the. ": me-t health arid i is.r-ance,-'pro m s are oiTCnership trirough tcok' or membership in
,."a. '.,'c -'e ', .,.3.- ,,.T .4,or'.Lb_.t6. ge 4" "' ". -a
.appro-nared- .oi ecurrlingpurpo.ses in an.i thls sbcs .ujbi- tj., -n blo-t resolruoonaor r eportifrraslon couis- pir-bable. bur.-indeteriniraK. Also. .minor a corporation. the .aiue of. the proportion
I al tea. to percenatne totalgenea- -a c Isi consitarutional o.or enotin or'ta .ation ,--e.--e'nue los- to taie gove'e.r..n t t' protla- ,which lite iteresr i ti-me corporation bears
b. a _...l.bIre .. .. B3thr ,- _). -be n- a a - z -- z r r 1- _
,"..'n: duetud v--, m is.ated 'to .be~;au jble iof uidsou tl d budget ref rromi icn prapo it" ble' bui ud erminate i .to the assess id alue f the proper,' .
'. -.re hei-e, ppr-e d epo e.renu il Wit cus a t te records, I Bv g.Ner-al aw and subject to corndi-
s. tore oni ILe.gilitaF.to eslsa ob, --u-naianod-l"",' ,,'" i--.'tre "oe -. [- NO. e norns specred neAret- the .,empoon hall
L gi-taue BudgffetCo-imlislon.w%&it:-'1 ; cl :P I .th .b.'.. '-.' nra.'.ive -eifth 'ef.u thof the member-.,-: CONSTITUTIONAL-AMENDMENT b.i mireasEd ioal -,al or twenty-fise thou'.-
u- ls.,u-long ;rarg.el.nancralou ioo--tpo All b ( o._ .a i AoTCEit m-.SECTION a1n A sTndS dollars ol th. a.ssessed value luthe renal
-*i.nd ie or:5 n BiUDGr i FLNTD ee le enl r reat ion It (Citizen Initative) .' estatee foreach. 'chooilsti-lctle.-. I .gener-
''.ie- -' I-- ..,- a -en .... ,.-
-' budget'6h,, -,eo[--e- "1f01 ". .g speciall el c ... a laaw and'iubject td conditi-ons specfled.
L:. .egilatuie. as poded-., sugen era-I h.e fa ter .,1 l allrot ,Title: "i 'i: hTerein," th-"e the.,empor i.for all other leiesl
Seduce the numtdb'eor nt;tu iD d ndmet otei DEPPtiNDNT NOPiARTISAi COM-' -rmay be increasedd up o ,an amount n not
m p in.otiJr can orei 9. aj ti.tby t. MISSIONT, ,PORTION L GiSLA-Teie. e.Aceedilog -en tsou-racl_ ionlar of .'e
'- -pr epu-au .onan enrr" ^ "d-L n LtTirs at: la-e ANDGONGRESSIC'N X..ISTRIOCTS.aIUCi assessed s\lue o theresal eiite tifheowner'
mranrge -itiae"Spla pdocament:t.dt or-l' .l tf CV JI n the g n elecaon prdieitiltiatie REELACES APPORTIONiiENT BY LEGISLA- nas'atltair.ed age sixty-ite or l rotsall aind'
d i pehloomms? 1-,. -tae-..to- 'it. 'RE .;..,.-' ;s ". m-- .. P perma ientenly dt ledl and if the oi er Inoot ",
ro-cI'eari-dB 6 IJI'r l. -' ,-,records Lhart -rU ot ,ear" .- .- ., ,e. ..- .. '.a n-len d to'.the exemptipionproaided in tj-c. .
-.--b- th_, a.ele 1 t/ ,Rhmnoved fom the b [lot b\, Lhe Floada L Lr i ,"" -"',-'. "" ." '"
ti e- s 'a suv -rs.- .- i .p _-t-'- : 1 "' .,t- "?- do'-' isr :, l-`nb.,i -cRu nie d ,om th bal b th ..e"t-r,,ro d,-a'-rt.inn I1 c ^ e -a,-. o'u i
-L i-. .i-: .-- *... 'ME..t --.- fei r ii I:- lall po. d- b gen Supeme- .-"art .- _- Idl6 By.gebed il la .r andi sd bjecto coridi.
.. tid 1 TL- atPll fth2ve'hordrin2 of elvr;-aon l.jaw .andtun spciedLtf ConditeionLes..Leonh..l'
..L-. -- Eba SLA rtR .I 1P-I 9 iu-i pros-Is u r orpIT .- -NO ", V
:oZ'cal'net i '-nS i.euaiao d, --6llb, 1 Is 'uf"'Ij Bahtec: "" AreEino .
.' .e I I-,sV c;_ -e cl on ImritaINCREiASED-iOESaEAD EXEMPTtet--`fOudra In e -" C T fN-- a A= C e i
.'1.. Idd f r6 b-'- to -et- iT- I nT'I SEPTE BER 20 .R
.. .. -' p `'7'te"s '' ''b -'g"f l "M i., ,.'.rrea ueIVolsctI o _6 "''" -"i' .`ic". 4 Hii r c (Lgiltie -, "*
f.^l proposon amendment .. Ihh ie wl *ub Bull Su : -. 1f ,, 1 .
i"' '': 'i',-nge' ,ara't e C i" d tuUon't-otNoreas Te imum addi- ':~ b ,. he/Calhoun. CouInty Canvassinl
se-,A.., d" -r-_ tti C-h%.,iiN t,'dcoriar horee.teat.'.ee.mptlon' f,'r "lo-incoae Tuesday, -SepterIber 5, 2006. to .ca
(reitl re W s l*e l "o '* S.EPTE 2006 will.be available for. public ins
a. _. .-s-alb e' Wi.ngCf- .T..., -, t-. -; ,.. I absentee ballots will b o ened a
X.. ...qe.-e.. ....i. ... ..- . t.o r th, e p ..".erma ... .. .. '..tunl- d a I.
'eionosl i-a 'arh '., c """. ,J ri.,.,0,1dbed '.'t hose ballots'wit be open agnl.preci
t?1I`i 'Y" --t-A6, s ,";-u',.A P' ursofLbavtlalSe ftion 10 i68(2)(c)2,r
ftst d cdriietunI I -,wibbtJR.I bBallorth Summsary dor:b canddae 'preent -believes at ana
LE ters-.i11c-pbthe' bud ef -".1-t ` -bepqb JAh d InPoi r poln iTInC en BL o"the re St d fect apparent on the voter's .certifi
s'Eli'p 1 c10-t oI- d. t ion Gea ea e bth e nma. t a b en tae e u bao p tlis o ve s .fr
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.a,_e iih4IeCd y-I.at. iC e,- 0-n is"l'adi"-alnd'a'ifru\,lJ-h ,b'oan'o.ti!,,-.. ay tNrincnaee'iletIO, o '..un specifybuain"g" the ...Is a bent b t5eballoto -a.
,'9', t- nalte: .od f-or- sn .ieC6 Aa";ti.f-tb uTelocer'da1te; -.
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ecti)eua.Fan amrhuar.ntdso -uoo f-elections68( c)2,
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entering mlirSry =erice an orffirlal itier
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Vte'ranrs a "airis Latirg..the percr'uage of
thi t ierant -c rnice nonrecred di-abilrty
and such evidence t-iat r'a.r.nably Jnaernilc
Ire disability aj 'combatrm-laitd ancd a copy
of the" et ran-, n cnorablr discharge If the
f-rop,'rtly apfraj-rer denied ithe request for a
d|cotunt the apprail-r mus notify the
applicant iIn wrTlhng of the reasnn= for tihe
denial and the -reranr mI. u reppl Trne
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antujaJ applih. aon rcqumiretrr'nr In s.b=-'-
qj-nr yra ear T ejtab-Aciton 'nail tLak
recti Decembet-r 2006 is 1 Lf-.e-Curlng
an-d ant- n-c. ri-uqui-re in-plerninoing legci sa-
ARTICLE X, SECTION 6
iEfiijfErj-il DOhlisij -
Ballot Summary: '' .--
PrT:opu-:g-ar ar.- aiend-nimeni r i. ite S.tre
Cc-.r.onsr'iuor t-o pr.rJubiL tin LTransfW-r of pnr
ate property' takAn b emu-inenit domain tio a
natural person or prin aired crir providing
dta the Le-'il'atLure rma ., a general lav-.
pa-sred, ba thr.e-f nrs i,:-,e of the miiember-
-hip ol ea-tch| rus. of th. LFaisistar-L'r permnt
e.v-epuon' alloiring tl-e ira-..n.fer 01' such pn-
vate prnperr, and pro.iding that u-rus prjru-
01000 oer, the transfer ofi private properly
raken r ermineaot omam I s applic at.e ti the
petito.o.f aking thaif u- tedtad e t in condem-
n3tlon proceeding a as fld on n'or after
JanuaiQy 2' 2007
S ;ARTICLE X
MISCELL 4EOUS i
SECnrON6. Emmnent domain -
.(al No 'prhiate property shall be taken
except-for a public'purpose and with full *
comrpensaton Lherelor paid to each owTineor
secured 15% 'deposit la the regis-t' of the
court arid available to mhe owner
S.* lbl Prorlsicro, may be made by la flor
the taking of easements. b.y Tlie proceed-
engs for the drainage ofthe land .01of ore per
son o\er or through me land of another
'I l Pnvate propenty- taken by eminent
aoruain pdrsuat to a..-petnor, to uintin'-r
condemnation proceeding filed .-.n or after
January-2 2007 ma1 not be c-onveed to a .
natural person or privrare endtity erept as
provided by erierai law passed b A, three-.
ftfth- vote of thm membership of each hou -
of the legi-lardre -
ND CANVASSING OF .
LLQOTS FOR TAE -,
g Board' will meet- at .4 .p.m. on
invass absentee ballots for the.
.:prior toi4 p.:n..'onSeptember'5,-
pection at-3p.rn. at th'e. Calhourr.,
e.- :lmmediatelyafterward. those-
d procebssed, *bti- not tabulated.-'
i -not begi .uniiI,after 7 .p.m. dn
bal(6ts t6di'ec ', between 4 p.m.
200'6 ille available for public
hing to inspecte. absentee ,ballots
be present. Shortly after- receipt,
essed, but not tabulated.:
Florida Statutes, if any elector or
.bsentee ballot is illegal due to a
cate. he 'o she may; at any time
n. the, envelope, file wilh the
ist the canvass of that ballot,
( the reason he or she believe the
sed upon a defect in the- voter's'
#kL- kL--,,--MI-L -A,4 -
6flally n. excess ot c Brliicte:miay not-be accepted -afterthe ballot nas oeen remove trom
-^--^'"...' .. :: ,;thlsimailihg envelope. -;,. -
M-amis- Calhoun Couanty CanssiQg Board will reconvene.at 7 p.m.
iden ,t a i _'o .'on- Sept'ember 5, 2006 to canvass precinct returns and canvass,
ie.,,i ofire rat provisional ballots. It-'may become necessary for the Calhoun County.
.ro.bei... er .. Canvassing Board 'to reconvene after Septdmber 5, 2006.' If so, the
ef.t ie:ipdporoipo time ,arid date will be. posted"at the .Calhoun County Supervisorlof.
.co r poronbears Eectiohs Office'and. announdce't tthe conclusion of the.September 5'
S bemtdp :. .006mrrieeting.' ; ... --
biFeei-ptotm-sia ll In accordance ith the Sunshine Law of Florida, all Canvassing
weVn ofve thou. r Board meetings are open to the public.
S-Note Section 286.0105 .Florida Statutes, states that if a .person
ii degdees toappePl any decision.by.a board, agency, or commission with.
0--i _s'.ct to anymatie ..rk dafta rbeetandgr:6hearing,he or she-will
,. iST-o r'' 'ieed a-recorddof the pb-'iidings, and that, for such purpose, he or
estate fheoowae she may need to ensurethat a verbatim record of the proceedings is
ffi ,eisn' d -made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which
:p olded I sub- the appeal is to be based:
e of or.,l teIo Calhoun County, Florida'
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The County Record, AUGUST 30, 2006, Page 11
LILLIAN LEE HALL
Mrs. Lillian Lee Hall, 71, of
Altha, passed away Friday,
August 25, 2006, at her resi-
Mrs. Hall was a member of
the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah
Witnesses. She enjoyed
cooking, sewing, taking care
of others, shopping at thrift
stores and yard sales, as well
as flowers and making people
feel like family.
She was preceded in death
by her parents, Leonard and
Susie Free, and a sister, Nita
Survivors include her hus-
band of 53 years, Melvin
Hall, of Altha; five sons, Allan
Hall and wife, Ann, Kim Hall,
Tony Hall, all of Altha,
Quinton Hall and wife, April,
of Panama City and Bryan
Hall of Altha; one daughter,
Sue Willis, and husband,
John, of Altha; one brother,
Addis Free, and wife, Delzie,
of Altha; three sisters,
Kathryn Tatum and hus-
band, Newton, Mildred Smith
and husband, Carl, and Jean
Bailey and husband, Bud, all
of Altha; and nine grandchil-
Funeral services for Mrs.
Hall were held at 10:00 a.m.
Monday, August 28, at Hall
Funeral Home Chapel with
Brother James Kahle officiat-
ing. Burial followed in New
Shiloh Cemetery near Altha
with Hall Funeral Home.
Hall Funeral Home was in
charge of the arrangements,
JULIA K. MARTIN
Julia K. Martin, 85, of
Blountstown, died Thursday,
August 17,. '2006, at Bay'
A native of Calhoun
County. he was a member of
St. Paul AME Church.
She is survived by a hus-
band of 66 years,' James.
Martin, of Blquntstown; a
sister, Aretha Lawson of
Blountstown; an aunt,
Martha Hall; and a host of
other relatives and friends. ,
Funeral services were held
Saturday, 'August 26, at
12:00 noon (CST):at St. Paul
AME Church in Blountstown
with the Rev. Rhone officiat-
ing. Interment followed at
Magnolia Cemetery- .i4n
Clarv's Funeral Home, 115
S. Main St. in Havana, FL,
: was in charge of the arrange-
ments, ph. 850-539-7733.
TSgt. USAF Ret. Charles
LaDelle Parker, 71, of the
Scotts Ferry Community in
Blountstown, passed away at
his home Sunday, August 27,
Mr. Parker was born and
schooled in Empire, GA, and
grew up in Mason/Warner
Robins, GA. He joined the
United States Air Force in
early 1954 and served in
England, Korea, Viet Nam,
Turkey, and the United
States, among other places.
He played on a traveling team
USAF "exhibition baseball" in
Europe and state-side for
around ten years. He retired
at Tyndall Air Force Base, FL,
Mr. Parker moved to the
Cape Kennedy area where he
worked for NASA Tours for
two years, then worked for
Administration in Kennedy
Space Center until his retire-
ment in 1993. From Brevard
County, he moved to the
County area in 1994 for the
wonderful fishing and less
He was preceded in death
by his parents, Joseph and
Jewell Parker, of Macon, GA,
and his brother, Ralph
He leaves to cherish his
memory, his wife of 2.1 years,
Etta, Mears Parker, of the
Scotts Ferry -Community in
Blountstown; three children,
Charles L. Parker, Jr. and his
wife, Brenda, of Macon, GA,
Donna A. Diederich and her
husband, Jack, of Valpariso,
FL, and Timothy J. Parker. of
Key West. FL: orne sister,
Helen DiBauda and her hus-
band, Lou, of Cape Coral, FL;-
six grandchildren; and sever-
al nieces, nephews and
Visitation will be
Wednesday, August 30, from
6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Adams
Funeral Home in
Blountstown. Funeral servic-
es will be with-military hon-
ors at 10:30 a.m. Thursday,
August 31, at William
Memorial Methodist Church
with Rev. John Kramer offici-
ating. Interment will follow
in thie Williams Miemorial
Adams Funeral Home is in
charge of the arrangements,
ph. 850-674-5449 or online
Senior Citizens plan
fish fry October 13
at St. Rose AME
St. Rose AME Church will
hold a 90th homecoming cel-
ebration on Sunday, Sept. 3.
Worship service is set for 11
a.m., followed by a covered
dish dinner. Everyone is
invited to attend.
The church is located at
660 Holmes Court Road in
the St. Rose Community.
Spaghetti benefit set
for Nazarene Church
Blountstown Church of
the Nazarene is having a
spaghetti dinner on
Saturday, September 2, at
the W.T. Neal Civic Center.
the time is 5:30 7:30 p.m.
Proceeds will go toward
putting a new roof on the
church and parsonage.
Dinners are $5.00 per plate.,
Please contact Rev. Ken
McCloskey at 674-8196 if
you are interested.
assembly Sept. 2-3
Michael Sulewski, an elder
in the Blountstown
Congregation of Jehovah's
Witnesses, would like to
invite you to attend a two-day
assembly on September 2
and 3, at the Marina Civic
Center in Panama City.
The program will help us
to appreciate that "storing up
.treasures upon the earth" is.;
a van pursuit. To fortify
God's people, the circuit
assembly program will devel-
op the theme "Store
Up....Treasures in Heaven." -
Matt 6:19, 20.
Manny Balbutin a travel-
ing representative of the
Watchtower Bible and Tract
Society will help us to see
that materialistic thinking is
included in what is referred
to at Ephesians 2:2 as "the
authority of the air,, the spirit
that now operates in the sons
of disobedience." Just as the
literal air is everywhere,
ready to be breathed in, so
"the spirit of the world" per-
mlleate ls -slytem.
This assembly \\ill help all.,
Christians to avoid .the
world's materialistic thinking
and to keep sharply in focus
our priorities. IN addition,
the program will help us all
to rely on Jehovah as we
carry out our ministry
despite the pressures and tri-
als we may face.
By.being present from the
very beginning to the very
end of this spiritually enrich-
ing program, you will be
encouraged and strength-
ened to continue "storing up
treasures in heaven"!
You won't want to miss
this exciting two-day pro-
gram that encourages all
Christians, young and old to
remain strong in their faith.
The program starts at 9:50
a.m. Saturday and Sunday.
There is no admission charge
and no collections are taken.
Calhoun' County Senior
Citizens Association ,idil be
sponsoring '-a Fish Fry
Fundraiser on- Friday,
October 13. :
Plates will include: Catfish
filet, cole .slaw, baked beans,
hushpuppies and dessert (we
give large servings) all for $6.
We -will deliver. : .
To place your order you
may do so by calling 674-
News & Ads
:Monday at Noon
If you have no idea
what she wants for
her funeral services
4163 'or fax Vour order to
674-8384. You can also
come by and pick up your
plate on the corner of. Hwy.
71 and Hwy. 20 (beside the
All proceeds will go to ben-
efit Calhoun County Senior
Citizens Association. Thank
you for your support.
- ~ z'7
:It doesn't have to be your idea in order for it to be
the perfect one. 'Make prearrangements as a
couple. Give each other a gift that doesn't come
Sas a surprise.
ADAMS FUNERAL HOME
"A Tradition of Caring- For Over 30 years"
6 Blountstown Bristol
674-5449 and 643-5410
or Church Directory
SFor Information On Listing Your Church, Call 674-5041
REJOICE! RENEW! REACH OUT!
Blountstown United Methodist Church
A Place Wnere We,
REJOICE in'God's Grace, RENEW our.,hearts in God's Love and
REACH OUT following the example of Christ
20500 Central Ave.' West'
STEVEN b. WARREN, PASTOR
Meaningful Bible Study...................... 9:45 AM'
Exciting Worship ...:.............. ............. 11:00 AM
Bible Study &Worship.............,...........6:00 PM
Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study..........6:30 PM
l oe Pastor Tom Stallworth
Located two blocks south of the intersection Highway 20
and Main Street in Blountstown
First Baptist Church
Helping people follow in the footsteps of Christ
Assembly of God Church
Pastor, Charles Royals
Sunday School...9:45, AM
Morning Worship...11:00 AM
Evening Worship...5:00 PM
Wednesday Service...7:00 PM
Gateway Baptist Church
17667 N Main St, Blountstown, FL 674-7525
Pastor: Rev. Dave Odum
Sunday Schpol...9:30 AM Worship Service...11:00 AM
Sunday Evening...6:00 Pm
Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study...6:00 PM
"At Gateway Baptist Church Everybody Is Somebody
S. and Jesus Christ Is Lord"
St. Mary Missionary
16345 SE River, Street, Blountstown, FL
DR. C.L. WILSON, PASTOR
"We Minister To Needs Without Magnifying Faults"
Sunday School 9:30 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM
Prayer and Bible Study Wednesday 6:30 PM
General Mission & Brotherhood 2nd & 4th Saturday 10 AM
Hwy. 20 West
. Sunday Worship Service... 10:30 AM/CT
Bible Study..All Ages...6:00 PM/CT
Wednesday Devotion & Choir Practice
Dr Paul Joyner Pastor
We Invite you to join us for these services.
"Warm your heart train your mind"
SOUTHSIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD
15164 SR 71 South, Blountstown, Fla.
Sunday School 10:00 AM, Bible Study 7:00 PM
LARRY WHITE, Morning Worship 11:00AM KidzJr. Bible Quiz 7:00 PM
PASTOR Children's Church 11:00 AM
482-4825 Evening Worhsip 5:00 PM wwwdtappscom/southside/
CHURCH PHONE Kidz Sunday School
674-8884 and Church 10AM-12Noon
LAB ON PREMISES
Same-Day Service on Repairs and Relines
Laban Bontrager, DMD
12761 NW Pea Ridge Road, Bristol, FL 32321
TELEPHONE: (850) 643-5417
The County Record, AUGUST 30, 2006, Page 12
PETS OF THE WEEK
Meet Bruce, a lovable mixed breed in need of
a family to call his own. Bruce resides at the
Blountstown Animal Shelter and will be put to
death if he doesn't find a home soon. Can you
help? Bruce is playful and friendly with both
adults and children. Call Joni at 674-8635 or
Animal Control Officer Fred Tanner at 674-5987
if you can help.
Meet Harley, a friendly dog looking for a loving
home. Harley resides at the Blountstown
Animal Shelter and will be put to death if he
doesn't find a home soon. Can you help?
Harley is good around adults and children. He
would make a Wonderful pet for .a loving fami-
ly. Call 'Joni at 674-8635 or Animal Control
Officer Fred Tanner at 674-5987 if you can help.
Saturday at Advance Auto,Parts
Car wash for animal shelter
A car wash fundraiser to
benefit the Blountstown
Animal Shelter is planned for
Saturday, Sept. 2, from 9
a.m. to' 2 p.m. at Advance
Auto Parts parking lot in
Please stop by and have
your vehicle washed for a
donation to the shelter.
If you need more informa-
tion or would like to volun-
C News & Events from the
Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce
20816 Central Ave. East, Suite 2 Blountstown, Florida 32424
W (85Q)674-4519 FAX: (850)674-4962
BY MARTI VICKERY and family, whether near or
Chamber Operations far. What could be better for
Manager your homesick college stu-
Opportunity Florida Soon, we will also have
Workshop available, a variety of Elam
Today, Calhoun County Stoltzfus' work. Get started
Chamber President Vicki early for a Holly Jolly
Montford, Operations Christmas! Call 674-4519 for
Manager Marti Vickery and more information.
Treasurer Janice Watson, '
representing the -Apalachee Main Street Blountstown
Regional. Planning Council, Main Street Blountstown
will travel to Chipley for a had a great show of support
workshop hosted by for Clean Up Day Saturday!
Opportunity Florida with Thank you so much to every-
Enterprise Florida's initiative one who helped out. Young,
to benefit rura. counties of old and in between were hard
Northwest Florida. at work, as early as 6:00 A.M.
This vital workshop cen- Many thanks to Keep
ters around efforts to bring Calhoun County Beautiful for,
income levels of our rural donating clean up items
counties up to at least the needed and all of their hard
national average. We look for- working volunteers! We also
ward to sharing what we had a group of young 'men
learn and how our area can from the Bristol Youth
benefit in the future by work- Academy that came over the
ing cooperatively, to achieve bridge to assist us \with much
positive results in the future of the clean up effort.:
of Calhoun County and sur- Our next Main Street
rounding rural counties. Blountstown lunch meeting
is set for Tuesday, September
Calhoun County Afghans 5 at Noon in the Calhoun
Make a Great Gift County Senior Citizen
Just a fe\ months until 'Association. Lunch is only
Christmas,....Beat the rush. $5.00! Please call Tony
and shop riatht here! We have Shoemake at 643-7757 or
beautiful, full color custom call the Calhoun County
Calhoun County afghans. Chamber of Commerce at
The perfect gift for friends 674-4519.
Mossy Pond News
BY LINDA WILLIAMS
Mossy Pond VFD & Auxiliary
We are going into our
fourth week of bingo!.
September. 2 we are having a
bingo blow out. Starting at
5:0.0 we are selling BBQ
chicken, baked beans,
coleslaw, a slice of bread,
cake, coffee or ice tea for
We will start bingo at,.7:00
and for those who don't make
it for dinner well sell hot
dogs, soda,, and chips. We
have several good games plus
a 50/50, fire ball, and treas-
ure chest. The fire ball has
$32.00 in it and 21 is still the'
lucky number.- That amount
will keep growing until some-
one hits bingo on 21. Of
course everyone knows all
the money that is collected
from bingo and the dinner
goes to the. fire department
for gas and equipment.
We have had some real
good reports from the people
playing. Everyone is having a
good time even the people
who are working. The fire-
fighter meeting is the 1st and
3rd Thursday of the month at
7:00. The aLLlifary meets at
6:30 on the same day, plus
we have a meeting the 1st
Tuesday of the month at
, Thank you for supporting
your community fire depart-
ment. This week's beautiful
person is Adele Burt. Without
her help, the job would be so.
Wanted: Donations of
Any Animal Supplies for
*Blountstown Animal Shelter
Donations of dog and cat food, along with other supplies,
. are needed for the Blounhstown Animal Shelter. In addi-
fion,-a working washer a dryer are also needed at the
shelter. All donations are tax deductible. Please save
your empty bags of Purina dog or cat food for Joni
Moody who is leading a volunteer effort for the shelter.
Any coupons for dog or cat food are appreciated!
Stall Joni at 474-8635 if you can.help...
Also desperately needed.,.honies for loving d6gsl'
teer, please call 674-8635 or
Waldorff Ace Hardware
25615 N. Main St., Altha, FL 75 M-F; 7-12 Sat.
Free Delivery Installation Available
Sale prices esd September 4, 200s
BkUSINS D RE C IBRY
IN D Ct
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*22 Yard Dump Trailer. -
* Old House & Barn
* Rock & Dirt Hauling
* Deoris Cleanup
* Down Tree Moving
* Brush Cleanup
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BPD conducting DUI
checks September 2
Bristol Youth Academy joins Main Street cleanup
Members of Blountstown Main Street led a downtown cleanup Saturday morning with some
helping hands from Bristol Youth Academy. The teens (shown above), under the direction of
Linda Blair, were busy picking up trash in the effort to beautify the community. Among those par-
ticipating in the cleanup were Main Street board members Tony Shoemake, Phillip and Angie
Hill, along with four-year-old daughter, Summer, Chris Atkins, School Superintendent Mary Sue
Neves, Chamber Operations Manager Marti Vickery, and Keep Calhoun County Beautiful
(KCCB) Chairperson Adrienne Wood. KCCB also provided supplies for the cleanup. Thanks to
everyone who participated!
BHS football cont'd-
On the Shark's next pos-
session, Ryan Baker came up
with a fumble recovery and
Tiger fans were getting loud-
er. Faced with fourth down
from the Shark 34, Cox
passed to Lockhart on a fade
route for a huge touchdown
play. King's extra point tied
the game up at 14-14, but
the Tigers had regained
We thought!. After two big
running plays of 23 and 33
yards to the Tiger 18, the
Sharks scored on an 18 yard
pass play. The PAT put the
Sharks back on top 21-14.
The Tigers were forced to
punt after their next drive fiz-
zled and the Sharks blocked
the punt and recovered at the
Tiger 10 yard line. We were
making it too easy for them.
The Sharks scored on a first
down pass play. kicked their
ex-tra point and went back up
by tw.' touch hdo.-ns. 25- 14.
Late in the second quarter
the Tigers took over it the
Shaik 44 yard luie after Eni<
O'Brvan came up \\ith a fum-
ble recovery. T\'.o 14 yard
pa's.s completions from Cox to
Reed an-Id Brandon \Williamn'
set up a one .-u-d Ryan Baker
M touclhdo\\n blast w.-ith 1 50
left in the first h ll. lKinii's
extra point cut the Shark's
lead to 28-21 at halftime.
"\We told our players at
halftime that in 2004 the
only team wie trailed at the
half to \\ as Port St. Joe by a
score of 10-7. Our kids were
ready for the second half."
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The Tigers forced St. Joe
to punt on their first two pos-
sessions of the second half
and took over with 4:43 left
in the third quarter at the
Tiger 18 yard line. From
there, Blountstown ran off 18
plays and scored on a Baker
one yard blast with 5:55 left
in the fourth quarter. It was
a great 10 minute drive that.
wore down the Shark
"We got together and felt
we had worked to hard to
have a chance to win and not
go for it," Jordan noted. Cox
kept the ball until the last
second on an option play and
pitched to an open Garry
Reed who scored easily. The
Tigers were on top for the
first time in the game, 29-28.
St. Joe had one more pos-
session, but the Tigers forced
them backwards forcing a
punt from their own 19. The
Tigers look oxer \\ith 6"05
left ran off some bice hr-st
tlo'nsm \vtit the ui' inning ol
C(opeland and Baker and ran
out the clock.
Quarterback Corw Cox had
a big ,night completing 12 of
15 passes for 193 yards. one
touchdo\nTs and no intercep-
tions. Gnrry Reed had 3
catches for 88 yards.
Lockhart had four receptions
for 71 yards. Brandon
Williams had three catches
for 23 yards and Matt
Vincent. Ryan Baker and
Chase Cox each had one
The Tigers rushed for 103
yards and passed for 193 for
a 299 total. St. Joe rushed
for 93 and passed for 33 for a
Ryan Baker led the Tiger
defense with 8 tackles fol-
lowed by Chase cox with 7.
Eric O'Bryan, Reed, Nic
Hauversburk, David Mayo,
Demarco Johnson, Josh Lee,
Jared Lilly, Jonathan'
Lockhart, Brad Terry,
Bradley Johnson and
Christian Smith all played
well in the great, team defen-
This week the Tigers will
open their home schedule
against West Gadsden.
'They're huge and we'll have
our hands full again this
week," Coach Jordan' said.
Kickoff at Bowles Field will be
News & Ads
Monday at Noon
The Blountstown Police
Department will be conduct-
ing a DUI checkpoint on
September 2, 2006 in the
vicinity of Main St. as part of
the Labor Day National
The Labor Day National
runs from August 18 through
September 4, 2006. The goal
is to save lives through the
use of high visibility DUI
enforcement operations. The
campaign theme is Drunk
Driving. Over the limit.
'The goal of this check-
point is to identify and appre-
hend impaired drivers before
they cause crashes," said
Chief Glenn Kimbrel.
meet Sept. 11
The Democratic Party of
Calhoun County will meeting
on Monday, September 11, at
6:00 PM CST in the Calhoun
County Public Library.
The 2nd Annual Chipola
Regional Arts Association Art
Exhibit is seeking 2D and 3D
artists to exhibit at the
Chipola Arts Center, Chipola
College November 1-9.,
Sunday Afternoon with the
Arts Reception is November
5, 1 to 5 pm. Entry deadline
is October 7.
For information contact
Judy Brooten 569-5881 or
Nancy Zurenda 526-5977.
"Unfortunately, some people
go to the beach or a cookout,
have a few drinks, and then
drive home while impaired.
We plan to apprehend them
before they cause crashes."
Florida crash statistics for
2005 indicate that 1,240
were killed in alcohol-related
traffic crashes. This was a
123.4% increase over 2004.
"We have to work together
to lower the death toll on our
roads," said Chief Kimbrel. "I
encourage everyone to act
responsibly during the Labor
Day holiday. If you plan to
drink, arrange to use a desig-
nated driver, public trans-
portation, or a taxi.
Remember, if your breath
alcohol level is '"Over the
Limit," you'll be "Under
Vote For and Re-Elect
MEET & SUPPORT
Your District 2 County Commissioner
at the home of Earl Hunt
Saturday, Sept. 2, 2006
10:30 am til 2 pm
at 25601 NE Fuqua Circle in Altha
Home: 7628 133
We would like to police for inodverntlypblishing the phone nmber for Cilhoun CJ. Work Camp
in the potol advertisement for Earl Hunt that ran in ls t week's edtihom
Political Advertising Paid for and Approved by Earl Hunt, County Commissioner District 2, (Democrat)
CALHOUN COUNTY COMMISSIONER
ENCOURAGE JOB GROWTH
I PROPERTY TAX REFORM
/ IMPROVE / SAFER ROADS
/ PROMOTE YOUTH PROGRAMS
0 Graduated Blountstown High School 1986
I- Associate of Arts, Tallahassee Community College
0 Bachelor of Science, Florida State University
.. Certificate Lively Law Enforcement Academy.
Deacon, Macedonia's First Baptist Church
United States Army ,
** United.States Arnmy Reserves
E Gulf War Veteran
Blountstown Police Officer (Reserve)
0 Nettle Ridge Volunteer Fire Fighter
POLITICAL ADVE rISEMENT PAID FORAND APPROVED BYE. DAN WYRICK DEMOCRAT FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 2
Circuit Jud-. e
The County Record, AUGUST 30, 2006, Page 14
Corbin wins $100 from WFEC
WFEC recently conducted a member survey throughout its
four county service area. Member-owners were instructed to
complete the survey and then return it for a chance to win a
$100 electric bill credit. Each survey that was completed and
returned by a WFEC member was entered into a drawing. The
information .gathered in the survey will be important in helping
WFEC design their products and services to better meet mem-
bers' needs. Carolyn Corbin of Blountstown was the lucky win-
ner of the $100 credit. Above, Patty Grantham, WFEC Sneads
District Manager of Member Services, presents Carolyn Corbin
with the $100 electric bill credit she won.
Thanks to Florida Div. of Forestry, Blountstown Fire Department's...
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Job opening in Blountstown
Insurance office. Customer
Fast paced job. Ability to
multi-task is a must. Very
good salary and frequent
raises. Must have previous
Send resume to
P.O. Box 66
Altha, Fla. 32421
Calhoun County Senior Citizens Association, Inc. (Calhoun
County Transit) is seeking applications for sub drivers. A Class,
E (Regular) Driver's License, a good driving record, a current
physical (less than 2 years old) may by obtained from the
Health Department (Agency has forms), must be able to pick
up 200 Ibs. with assistance, and one year professional driving
experience are preferred, but Agency will train I1 experience is
lacking. CPR. First Aid, and completion of a Defensive Driving
Course are required, but may be obtained after hire, at Agency
expense. Must also pass DOT drug test. Smoke free
workplace. After being hired a criminal history check,
fingerprinting, and local law enforcement check 'will be
performed. Applications may be picked up at 16859 NE
Cayson Street, Blountstown, Florida, or may be obtained on
line through the One-Stop. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.
CCSCA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Application;
deadline is Wednesday, September 13, 2006 at 4:00 PM CT.
|__ ,Aug 30 Snbl 6 2006
Calhoun County School Board'
The School Board of Calhoun County is accepting applications
for the following position: .
*Terms of Employment: 10 months
Salary: Commensurate with Current Salary/Schedule and
*Oualifications: AA degree or appropriate certification (highly
*Applications are available at the office of the Superintendent
located in the Courthouse. Completed applications should be
returned to the School Board office by September 1, 2006
12:00 Noon (CDT).
*A copy of the job duties pertaining to this position is available
at Cair School or the Superintendent's Office. .
Questions concerning this opening may be directed to Mrs.
Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent or Mr. Darryl Taylor, Principal.
Employment opportunities are offered without regard toq race,
Religion, sex, age, national origin, handicap or marital status.
'' ~DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE .'
,, Equal Opportunity Employer : '
'. August 30, 2006
CALHOUN COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
Position: Administrative Assistant to Emergency Management Director
Closing Date: Tuesday, September 5, 2006 at 12:00 P.M. (CT)
Salary: Negotiable (Based on Skills and Experience)
A Standard High School Diploma
.. Keyboarding (Minimum of 35 correct WPM) .
Proneiiency in Word Processing (Word, Word Perfect)
*Excellent communication skills
Excellent writing; reading, spelling and math skills
General office skills
Applications should be picked up and returned to:
Calhoun County Courthouse
20859 Central Avenue East,
Room G-40 (located in the basement)
S.Blountstown, Florida 32424
CALHOUN COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
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BOAT & MOTOR
19 1/2 ft. 2006 Stratos 294 Pro XL
with a 200 Merbury Optimax and
Minnkota Maxxum trolling motor.
Hunter green and gold in color. Has
leather seats, hydraulic jackplate
and many extras. Excellent condi-
tion, serious inquiries only. $29,900
firm. Call 643-6132 or 643-5985.
CARS & TRUCKS
Chevy Box Impala, 1979, looks
and runs fast, $750.00. Call 674-
8570, leave message. '
Grand Prix GT, 2004, silver, 4 dr.,
CD player, traction control, beautiful
car, 48,000 miles. $11,500. Call
674-1946 or 447-1350.
Hyundai Scoop, 1993, red in
color, runs good. $600. OBO. Call
Ford Ranger, 1994, 3.0 It, 5 spd.,
A/C, CD player, 98,000 miles.
$5,000.. Call 890-2128.
Ford Explorer XLT, 2004, leather
seats, power everything, CD player,
3rd row seating, towing package.
Dark tan in color, excellent condition.
Has 52K miles, asking payoff of
$20,500. Must sell, serious inquires
1, 2, & 3 Bedroom
"The Best Place to Live"
Sutton Creek Apartments
16978 NW Mayo Street
Blountstown, FL 32424
Equal Housing Opportunity
only. Call 643-6132 or 643-5985.
1997 Chevrolet 1500 Series,
auto., heat and air, cassette, very
dependable, asking $4,000 OBO.
Call 674-1400 or 643-7378.
1994 Pontiac Sunbird LE, motor
needs work, sale for parts: Call 674-
Chrysler PT Cruiser, 2002, tan,
electric sun roof, roof rack, excellent
gas mileage, good condition, 67,000
miles. $8,000 BOO. Call 674-8071.
2 bdr trailers., semi-furnished, no
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MOBILE HOME, RESIDENTIAL
ALL TYPES OF DEBRIS REMOVAL
LICENSED & INSURED
For A Fnenaii Quole Call ..
M&W Self Storage
7 Days A Week Service
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RV trailers $75 $80 week, most
utilities furnished; 2 bdr. trailers
when available. Call 674-4011.
2 bdr trailers., semi-furnished, no
RV trailers $75 $80 week, most
utilities furnished; 2 bdr. trailers
when available. Call 674-4011.
Mobile home for rent, $85.00 to
$125.00 weekly, 2 bedroom. All util-
ities included. Also RV lot for rent.
2 bdr. house for rent and 2 bdr.
trailer for rent, nice. Call 762-8597
Roaches? Use BUGMAX 365.
Guaranteed. Kills Ants too! Altha
Farmers Co-op (Blountstown), 674-
8194, (Altha), 762-3161 or Waldorff
Ace Hardware, 762-3228.
Antique Singer sewing machine,
excellent condition, $250; antique
vanity with stool, good condition,
$200; (2) antique chairs, $50 ea;
RCA stereo with 5 CD, turntable,
cassette, AM/FM with. large speak-
ers, $100 OBO. Call 237-1915.
AR 15 rifle, scope mounts, hard
case included, real clean, $900. Call
White rose trellis, 15 ft:, like brand
new, solid white wooden cabinet with
six drawers and 2 doors with brown
formica top and back and side ledge,
46 1/2" x 28," $60; beige solid wood
storage cabinet with 2 large doors, 2
small doors and 2 drawers, 34 1/2" x
62", $50; upright freezer, $75; snap-
per lawn mower with good frame,
seat and tires, needs work. Call
Brenda Hurst at 674-8381.
Furniture: 2 white living room
chairs, $5 for both; approx. 5' x 7'
rug, $5. Call 237-2757.
Chevy factory 350 engine, 4 bolt
main with Elderbrock aluminum
intake with Elderbrock carb, crome
valve covers, ready to run, needed a
big-Qer motor, $700 firm. Call 674--.
One Noble Paris clarinet, com-
pletely reworked by Leitz Music.
Store in Panama City. Includes new
case and a box of nine #2 reeds.
Utility trailer, 5' x 10', enclosed,
perfect for hauling furniture, equip-
ment, etc. Carpeted and painted on
the inside, $600. OBO. Call 674-
Free great Pyrenees and lab mix
puppies, 8 weeks old, male and
female, wormed.' Call 674-4235.
Kitten, free to good home, 12
week old orphan tiger stripped kitten,
house broke; free Hungarian
Shepherd/mix puppies, ready in
about 3 weeks. Call 674-4290 leave
Help wanted on Dairy Farm Full
time and or part time. Primarily for
milking cows, small amount of tractor
driving possible if desired.
Competitive wages. Experience
helpful, but no necessary. Male or
female may apple. Must be honest
and dependable. Call with refer-
(2) sows, breed, one sow due to
have pigs around September 1.
Both for $350 or $200 each. Call
LOST & FOUND
Found: -black/tan hound mix,
young puppy on Lee Farm Road.
Call 674-9859. -
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Let Us Give
You A Quote
Lost: Earring, sterling silver, large
hoop. Please call 674-8635 or 643-
8585 if found.
Lost male, neutered, light golden
lab/retriever/bull dog mix, last seen
near Hwy. 20 and 275 (Silas Green
area). Very friendly, has collar with
tag. If you know where he is call
Lost light beige/golden
Chihuahua, male, neutered, red col-
lar. He's my baby. Please call if
found. Friendly. You can pick him
up. Seen near 20 and 275/Magnolia
Church area. Reward. 447-0464.
Mobile home for sale: 2002
General mobile home, doublewide, 3
bdr., 2 bath, located on 1-1/2 acres,
asking $85,000. Call 674-1400 or
Yard sale Saturday, 8:00 12 noon
at 19074 NE Elijah Wood Rd.
Multi family yard sale Saturday,
8:00 12 noon at 17150 NW Charlie
Garage sale Saturday, 7 a.m. until
12 noon. 20127 SW Sherry Ave.,
Yard sale at 15388 NW JW
Rackley Rd. in Altha, Saturday only,
9-1 with a bag sale from 1-2. No
early birds please. Canceled if rain-
ing. We have collectibles TY babies,
porcelain dolls, etc., cookbooks,
meat slicer and lots more.
Something for everyone. Everything
Yard sale Saturday, Hwy. 69 N.,
Blountstown, 3rd house past civic
center. All size baby clothes, infant
to 2T boys, women's clothes, kitchen
items, dishes, electric dryer, and lots
more. Call 674-8616 or 674-4316.
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Through August 27, 2006
2006 Nextel Cup
1) Jjmmie Johnson
2) Matt Kenseth\
3) Kevin Harvick
4) Kyle Busch
5) Jeff Gordon
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7) Jeff Burton
8) Tony Stewart
9) Dale Earnhardt Jr.
10) Mark Martin
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Location: Fohtana, Calif.
Banking/Turns: 14 degrees
Distance: 2.0 miles
Shape: D-shaped oval
Last Year's Winner: Kyle Busch
Qualifying Record: Kyle Busch 188.245 in 2005
Race Record: Jeff Gordon 155.012 in 1997
Race Time: 7:00 pm ET, Sept. 3rd
r/ In its tenth year of' operation, the
California Speedway opened its doors in
June of 1997 with the Inaugural NASCAR
NEXTEL Cup Series California 500 pre-
sented by NAPA. More than 90,000
guests watched as Jeff Gordon won the
500-mile race.- Four-time NEXTEL Cup Series Champion
Jeff Gordon holds numerous California Speedway
records, including the best average finishing position.
Gordon is also the only driver to finish all miles in seven
of the nine races entered. The California Speedway
stands on the historic site of the former Kaiser Steel Mill.
The speedway stretches across 568 acres, including 131
acres in the Infield and a 30-acre parking lot.
2006 Busch Grand National
1) Kevin Harvick
2) Carl Edwards
3) Denny Hamlin
4) Clint Bowyer
5) J.J. Yeley
6) Paul Menard
.7) Kyle Busch
8) Greg Biffle
9) Johnny Sauter
10) Kenny Wallace
Which diver won in only his third
career start in Winston Cup?
a) Jamie McMurray
b) Kevin Harvick
c) Dale Earnhardt Jr.
d) Jimmie Johnson
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Crew Chief: Alan Gustafson
Kyle Busch joined Hendrick Motorsports on'Feb.
4, 2003 and found success on the track almost
immediately. He won his first Automobile Club of
America race at Nashville Speedway from the
pole position, and followed up with a second win
at Kentucky Speedway in the very next outing.
That same year he entered seven NASCAR
Busch Series, earning a runner-up finish at
Lowe's Motor Speedway in his first start. In late
2004, Kyle Busch was selected by Hendrick
Motorsports to replace racing veteran and two-
time Winston Cup championship winner Terry
Labonte in the famed No. 5 Kellogg's Chevrolet
for 2005 and beyond. In 2005, Busch had
already clinched the 2005 NASCAR NEXTEL
Cup Rookie of the Year title before the end of the
season. He won his first Cup race at the Sony
HD 500 at California Speedway in Fontana,
California in September 2005, and is the
youngest-ever winner in NASCAR's highest
level of competition at 20 years, 125 days.
The 2007 NASCAR Nextel Cup schedule has
been released with only a couple of minor date
changes and no tracks losing or gaining any
dates. The 36-race schedule will start as usual at
Daytona on February 18th and conclude exactly
nine months later at the Homestead-Miami
Speedway. The same ten races will make up the
end of season championship chase with the main
news being the shifting of the annual stop to the
Indianapolis Motor Speedway to the end of July as
opposed to the beginning of August.
Sharpie 500 Results Race Review
Driver Start Finish Make Sponsor Points/Bonus Matt Kenseth, the DeWALT Ford driver, took the lead from
Matt Kenseth 4 1 Ford DEWALT 185/5 Kevin Harvick with 17 laps to go to win the Sharpie 500
Kyle Busch 19 2 Chevrolet Kellogg's 175/5 on Saturday night at Bristol Motor Speedway. He also
Dale Eamhardt Jr. 40 3 Chevrolet Budweiser 170/5 held off a hard-charging Kyle Busch to capture his fourth
Scott Riggs 23 .4 Dodge Valvoline/Stanley Tools 160/0 NEXTEL Cup win this season. Dale Eamhardt Jr., was
Jeff Gordon 13 5 Chevrolet DuPont 160/5 third and four-time champion Gordon finished fifth. Rookie
Denny Harrilin 6 6 Chevrolet FedEx Freight 150/0 sensation Denny Hamlin finished sixth. Points leader
Cad Edwards 39 7 Ford Office Depot 151/5 Jimmie Johnson ended up 10th. Kenseth drew within
Ryan Newman 21 8 Dodge ALLTEL Fastap 142/0 seven points of Johnson and joined him in clinching a
Jeff Burton 2 9 Chevrolet Cingular Wireless 148/10 spot in the season-ending Chase for the Nextel Cup. The
Jimmie Johnson 18 10 Chevrolet Lowe's 134/0 Sharpie 500 was punctuated by 14 caution flags.
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