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Title: The County record
Uniform Title: County record (Blountstown, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Wallace B. Finlay
Place of Publication: Blountstown Fla
Creation Date: October 4, 2006
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Calhoun County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Calhoun -- Blountstown
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 46, no. 13 (Dec. 12, 1952).
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The County Record, OCTOBER 4, 2006, Page 4



^^^^B^ LETTERS iTO TH]ESEDBTOR


Letter to the Editor:
I would like to share a few
facts about this consolidation
thing here in Calhoun
County. I try to look at
things as it is, not as I would
have it be. Our big brother,
the state, has made it very
plain: We are not going to
rebuild these old buildings,
and we are not going to put
money into them. What we
will do is consolidate. And,
we will be required to come
up with some money.
The facts are some of our
schools are in dire need of
repair. The estimate for Altha
alone is around $20 million
to get that school in shape. It
costs about $6 million to $8
million to repair the gas dam-
age and everything to the
school.
Blountstown High School
we spent $1,952,787.19. At
the adult school $31,444.22.
At the middle school,
$1,774,543.37. At Carr,
$1,219,382.12. At Altha,
$3,707,572.72. Blountstown
Elementary, $1,399,791.. 13.
On sidewalks, $700,391.72.
Totaling $10,792,912.47.
Blountstown High School
and the elementary school
are the newest buildings we
have, and they are over. 21
years old. We have some
buildings at Blountstown
High School that are over 50


years old. I know we've got
buildings all around the
county that are over 50 years
old. Again, the state tells us
what to do because 97 per-
cent of our money that runs
our schools every day comes
from the state.
For the last 22 years the
state has been telling us that
we need to consolidate, but
because of the political rami-
fications of it all, our previous
administrations did not bring
it up because of upsetting
some people. Our present
administration has tried to
find money to repair these
schools; again, they have run
into the state telling them,
"Listen, we're not going to do
it!" It has. just come to a
point now, people, where,
we're going to have to come
up to the plate. We talk
about the general fund and
everything, and I want to
commend the administration
for having money in the bank
and for carefully spending
the money. But we're not in
the banking business. We're
in the children business. If
we have to pay, we have to
pay for our children! If we
have to pay so much for the
state to kick in, then that's
what we have to do!
In Calhoun County, the
school system has levied the
least amount of tax than any


K.] I TUARI


MALCOLM "GENE" ATWELL
Mr. Malcolm "Gene"
Atwell, 68, of Bristol, passed
away Wednesday, September
27, 2006, at his home.
Mr. Atwell was born in
Malone, and had lived in
Liberty County for the past
47 years; He was retired from
St. Joe Paper "Mill where he
worked for,40 years.: He was,
a member and a Deacon of1
the Bristol First Baptist
Church. -..-
Surniors include his. wife
of 47 years. Tina Atwell; one
daughter. Tammny Stephens.
of Bristol: one son. Donald
Atwell. of Bristol: four grand-
children, Genia Burke of
Teogia. Jason Hires of
Bristol. Ashley and Mac
Atwell of Tallahassee: three
great -grandchild re. Tommy
Hatcher and Sara Burke of
Telogia. and Peyton Hires of
Bnstol: two brothers. Robert
G. Atwell of Middlebur,.
Florida. and Lamar Atwell of
Sneads. Florida: two sisters-
in-law. Tootsie Hires of
Hosford and Jean Atrell of
Middlebur2: one long and
faithful loving dachshund,
Candy: and a host of church
family and friends.
Funeral ser-ices were held
at 11:00 EST, Friday.-
September 29, at First
Baptist Church in Bristol


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with Reverend Victor Walsh
and Reverend Aaron Elkins
officiating. Interment fol-
lowed in- Lake Mystic
Cemetery:in Bristol.
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MONROE M. YODER
Mr. Monroe M. Yoder, 86,
of the Ocheesee Community,
passed away Friday, .
September 29, 2006, at his,
residence.
He was a long time mem-
ber of the zRivertown
CommunitV Church..a nmem-
ber of the Rural Letter
Carriers:.Association,, and a
former member of the board
of directors for REA. Mr.
Yoder enjoyed farming and
being a mail earner. He will
be remembered as a people.
person w\ho dearly loved his
family.
RHe was preceded in death
by his son, Steve Yoder, and
San infarit, Rhoda Yoder.: "..
Surxi-ors include his lov-
ing: and, devoted life of 64
years, Naomi .Yoder, of the.
Ocheesee Community: two,
sons, Daniel Yoder and wife,.
Rhonda, and Ben Yoder and
Wife, Carol, -all of Ocheesee;
five dalighters. Carol
Stutzman and husband,
Paul. of Arthur, IL, Sharon
Krabill and husband, Arlin,
of Brownsville. OR. Mary Lou
W\'esselhoeft and husband,
.Paul, of Ocheesee. Lois Ulrich
and husband, Steve,, of
Eureka, IL, and Esther
Stoltzfus ari1d. husband...
Elam, of Ochessee; one
.brother, Martin Yoder and
wife, Mona, of Palm Springs,
CA; two sisters, Ella-
Swartzentruber.. "'of
Greemnwood. DE,arid M-artiha
Byler and husband. Albm. of
Altha: 31 grandchildren and
30 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services for: Mr.
Yoder \\-ere held Monday,
October 2, at 10:00 a.m. at
Rivertown COmmunity
Church with Rev. Paul Smith
and .Jesse Yoder officiating.
Burial followed in the church
cemetery.
Hall Funeral, Home in
Altha was in charge of the
arrangements, ph. 8.50-762-
3965


other county in the state. For
years we levied the least
amount of money that we
could in order to obtain that
money from the state. So, we
kick in $400,000, the state
kicks in $20 million!
Let's face the facts, people.
Really, for 22 years, the state
has been telling us that we
need to consolidate the
schools. But the previous
administration hasn't
addressed this issue because
of what's going on right now.
And neyer will do anything
about it because of what's
happening up there now.
The room will be filled with
people, from Altha. Some of
them have legitimate reasons
for their thinking. But let's
face it, people. Their main
motivation is they do not
want integration. They do
not want their children going
to school with these black
children. And that's a
shame.
As a matter of fact, we
spent twice as much money
up there in Altha as we have
in any .other school in the
county, and those people
have raised twice as much
hell.
I want to take this oppor-
tunity to thank those School
Board members who have the
fortitude to look at all the
children of the county
instead of just a few; all of the
children. Our school super-
intendent who had the
courage to bring it to the
front burner, I want to com-
mend. I think that we as a
people, all of Calhoun County
- should support it. We've got
to look to our future. You see,
our children are our future.
We need to have a vision,
people, but we don't' need to
have tunnel vision, where
you. can't' see but one way.
Our children have to be pre-
'pared to compete on the
world market. High-tech


schools will improve their
chances for making it out
there in the real world for all
the children of Calhoun
County. I keep mentioning
that: all the children of
Calhoun County. That's
because they're all important
to me.
We must have a vision for
our children's future.
Without vision, there is no
direction. Without direction,
like the end of a dark forest,
we will roam aimlessly.
I feel as though for 22
years this entire county has
been held hostage. Held
hostage because of a few peo-
ple who have various reasons
for doing this, that or the
other, but let's face it, preju-
dices, hatred, and we really
can't afford that.
I'm certainly not saying
that all the people are like
this. I've had calls from peo-
ple from Altha who feel the
same way as I do but they
refrain from speaking out
because they fear they may
upset some people or are
afraid of reprisals.
We have to stand up, peo-
ple, for our children, because
if you stand up for nothing,
you'll fall for anything. Look
at things as it is. The two
mills that .the state has said
that we will have to come up
with from what I understand
can be offset by a half-cent
surtax on gas, which every-

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all the reports; you know


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me these reasons I have stat-
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Roy M. Clemmons marks




94th birthday October 10


Roy M. Clemmons turns
94 on October 10th. He has
seven children: Melvin
Owens and wife, Opal, of
Midland, City, AL, Don
Clemmons and wife,
Margaret, of Asheville, NC,
Johnnie Rich of Blountstown,
Jean Revell and husband,
Carroll, of St. Joe Beach,
Mary Warren-Davis and hus-
band, Bob, of Panama City,
Joe Clemmons and wife,
Susan, of Tallahassee, Roy
Allen Clemmons and wife,
Gail, of Lebanon, TN. He has
eighteen grandchildren; thir-
ty four great grandchildren
and four great, great grand-
children.
Roy was born on October
10, 1912, at Marianna, FL.


Happy Birthday,
Siearra & Erin!!
Siearra and Erin Lynn cele-
brated their birthdays on
September .. 9th and
September 11 th, respectively,
with family and'friends at Four
Mile Creek, They .are the,
daughters of Michael and
Loretta Lynn of. Altha, They
would like to thank everyone
Who cdme.to their party and
for the gifts they received.


.RoY M. CLEMMONS


He has lived in Blountstown
most of his life. He married


Happy Birthday,
Brayden Hand!!
Brayden, son of Shannon
and Amy Hand celebrated
his: 3rd birthday on
September 26th. Maternal
grandparents are James and
Willa Dean Bozeman,
Paternal ,;irin:lp,:rernts are
Ronnie on:i, .II.N ,,'tCo Hond.
Brayden celebrated his
birth.:i, with a dinosaur
theme: .party, Brayden
enjoys piiinr, q o'uts,:e read-
ing books and riding Aunt
Katelyn's horse,
We love you,
Mom a:nd Dad


Thelma Baggett Clemmons
on October 23, 1937, and
together they had six chil-
dren.
Roy retired from the City of
Blountstown after many
years in serving our city. He
continues until this day shar-
ing experiences that he
encountered during his
tenure with the City.
Roy in his younger years
always enjoyed raising cattle
on his farm located outside of
Blountstown. He also pro-
duced the prettiest garden
that he tended for. several
years, and friends still
remind him of what a pretty
garden he always had.
Serving the Lord has been
the utmost important part of


Happy Birthday,
Robyn Parrish Hill!
October 7


HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO...
Houston Deese Oct. 4
Faye Bailey Oct. 6
Gwendolyn Deese Oct. 10


his life, and he has beei a
member of the Church of The
Nazarene for over 50 years.
His children say not only has
he taught us the correct way,
he continues in living it
before us.
Roy has been an avid fish-
erman with trophies of his
great catches. He continues
to enjoy fishing and sharing
stories of his fishing trips.
His children are planning
to celebrate his birthday with
a grand feast and enjoying
his company.
Retired Educators
meet Friday at the
Blountstown library
The Calhoun Co. Retired
Educators Association will
meet Friday, October 6, at
9:30 a.m. in the Heritage
Room at the Calhoun County
Public Library.
The Board will meet at 9
a.m.; refreshments will be
served at 9:30; and the
General Meeting will convene
at 10 a.m.

ANIVERSARY


DARRELL & DESREE MULLINS
Happy "30th" Anniversary
October 4, 2006
Thanks for being great par-
ents and.the best
Papa & Nana!!
We love you, Tara, Jessica,.
Tim, Keith, Eric, and Katelyn


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The County Record, OCTOBER 4, 2006, Page 6


Lady Tigers celebrate wins over Altha, West Gadsden, and Sneads


BHS


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
The Blountstown Lady
Tigers defeated three out of
four opponents over the past
two weeks.
The Tigers took on West


will host Marianna


Gadsden Sept. 18 and won
25-10, 25-14, 25-9.
Team leaders included
Molly Fagen with 17 points,
an ace, and two kills, along
with Laura Kastli with 11
points, seven kills, a dig, and
three aces.


BHS traveled to Sneads
Sept. 19 and chalked up a
25-21, 25-15, 25-20 win over
the Lady Pirates. Lauren
Wood brought in 13 pins and
a kill for the Tigers. Fagen
had 13 points, three kills,
and an ace. Chelsea Faircloth
provided 12 points, two digs
and an ace. Holly Jeppson
had 11 points. Kastli con-
tributed seven points, three
kills, a dig, and a block.
The Tigers hosted Altha
Sept. 21 and won, 25-27, 25-
16, 25-13, 25-16. "The girls
lost the first game and
regained their focus to defeat
Altha the next three games,"
says Coach Tanya Durham.
"I am proud of the girls' hard
work and team efforts."
Fagen provided 19 points,
four kills, two blocks, and an
ace. Wood had 19 points, two
digs, an ace, and a block.
Dianna Glaze had 15 points
three kills, a block, and a pair
of aces. Faircloth had 12
points, two digs and an ace.
Jeppson offered 10 points,
three aces, three blocks, and
two kills.
The Lady Tigers' only loss
came to Liberty County High
School, 19-25, 20-25, 25-20,
22-25. Faircloth provided 16
points and three digs. Kastli
had 12 points, two kills, and
three digs. Wood had 15
points and two blocks.
Jeppson had nine points,
,three digs, three blocks, and
three kills. Glaze had eight
points, three digs, a block,
and five kills. Fagen offered
10 points, two digs and three
kills.
In J.V. action, the young
Tigers defeated Sneads, 25-
19, 25-14. "Sophomore Kim
Taylor continues to improve
her serving and hitting


skills," says Coach Durham.
The J.V. squad suffered a
loss to Altha, 25-25, 8-25, 6-
15.
The Lady Tigers were
scheduled to face Altha on
Tuesday (details unavailable
at press time). They'll travel
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Y B KELLI PEACOCK kills and two blpdes (11\ia


,News Editor '
s The Altha Lady" Wildcats
lost a close match to,
Cottondale while on the road
Sept. 28.
The Cats were defeated,
25-20, 26-24, 22-25, 15-25,
13-15..
'The varsity is struggling
mentally," says Coach Mary
McClellan. "We are making
too many unforced errors."
Joy Capps led Altha with
15 points,' seven kills, two
aces, two blocks, and a.dig.
Tory Lipford had 14 points,
an ace, and seven assists.
Ashley Adkins offered nine


Bodiford had 11 points and a
dig.
It1 was a different story for
the J.V. as they won, 25-17,
26-24. Emily Brook's and
Sierra Chason led with eight
points a piece.. Kristin Yon
followed with five.
"The J.V. is doing an out-
standing job," says Coach
McClellan. "The plays are
responding well and remain
undefeated at 11-0."
The Cats host Marianna
Oct. 9 with a 4 p.m. game
time. They travel to Liberty
County Oct., 10 for a 2 p.m.
central time game. The varsi-
ty squad will play first.


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owners who help woodpeckers


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The federally endangered
red-cockaded woodpecker
will have a brighter future in
Florida, thanks to private
landowners, the Florida Fish,
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) and the
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
(FWS).
Wildlife officials will sign
Florida's Safe Harbor
Agreement for red-cockaded
woodpeckers Thursday. Sept.
28 at Tall Timbers Research
Station in Tallahassee.
Landowners from across the
state are expected to
announce their intention to
participate. The new agree-,
ment launches'Florida's Safe
Harbor Program, giving both
the FWC and' FWS flexibility
to protect landowners' from
some Endangered Species
Act requirements when they
voluntarily agree to help con-
serve red-cockaded wood-
peckers.
"This broad !partnership
provides a unique opportuni-
ty to conserve a rare species
and promote the health of its
ecosystem," said Cynthia
Dohner, FWS Southeast
Regional deputy director. "It
grants important assurances
to enrolled;private landown-.
ers, enabling them to develop
long-range land-use plans
and management practices."
One-half of all endangered
species rely on private lands
for their habitat, making
landowners instrumental in..
their recovery. Yet today,
many landowners are con-
cerned about land-use
restrictions that may occur
if, for instance, red-cockaded
woodpeckers increase on


their property.
The Safe Harbor Program
provides assurances to
enrolled landowners that no
additional regulatory restric-
tions will result if woodpeck-
er populations increase.
"We look forward to devel-
oping long-term partnerships
with private landowners to.
continue the recovery of this
endangered species," said
Ken Haddad, FWC executive
director.
At 6:30 a.m. Thursday,
biologists will release several
pairs of red-cockaded wood-
peckers to new homes at Tall
Timbers Station. Relocating
birds from areas with excess
birds to parts of the state
with critically small popula-
tions a process 'called
translocation is a major
factor in red-cockaded wood-
pecker recovery. Florida
hosts approximately one-
quarter of the nation's red-
cockaded, woodpecker popu-
lation and classifies the bird
as a species of special con-
cern.
"Red-cockaded woodpeck-
er populations have declined
-drastically,, and one of the
main reasons they are beginr-
ning to recover is because of
techniques like transloca-
tion, Tall Timbers biologist
Jim Cox said. The ability to
do this on private lands will
give new hope for their recov-
ery."
Florida is the seventh
state to sign a Safe Harbor
Agreement for red-cockaded
woodpeckers with the FWS.
In the other six states, more
than 240 landowners have
enrolled 620,000 acres, with
at least 500 groups of wood-
peckers in the program.


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Tigers spoil Leon's homecoming, 26-17


The Blountstown Tigers
weren't intimidated at all by
the Class AAAA Leon Lions
Friday night in Tallahassee.
It didn't matter that the Lions
had 26 seniors and the Tigers
only dressed out 23 players.
The Tigers proved to be too
much for the winless Lions as
the Tigers rolled to 6-0 with a
27-16 victory.
The Tigers completely
dominated the game rushing
for 285 yards on 50 attempts
and passing for another 144
yards on 12 of 18 comple-
tions including three touch-
downs by quarterback Cory
Cox. The Tigers' only prob-
lem on offense was holding
on to the football losing 4 of 5
fumbles with two resulting in
Leon touchdowns late in the
game.
Defensively, the Tigers
held the Lions to a meager 43
yards rushing on 28 attempts
and 36 yards passing on 4 of
18 completions. Brandon
Williams came up with an
interception for the Tigers.
"Our kids moved the ball
well on offense, but we've got
to stop making the
turnovers," coach Greg
Jordan said Monday. "We've
got to work on our kick cover-
age, too. We're moving up, 12
JV players, so we'll use some
of those players on our spe-
cial teams to put some fresh
legs on the field. After our


open date, we come back
with three consecutive dis-
trict games with Bozeman,
Chipley and Bonifay then end
the regular season with
Wewa. Chipley defeated
Bonifay 7-6 Friday night so
we've got some tough games
ahead."
The Tigers and Lions both
had to punt on their first
series. On their second
series, the Tigers scored
when Cox passed to
Jonathan Lockhart for 9
yards and a touchdown.
Jared King's PAT gave the
Tigers a 7-0 lead.
The Tiger defense held
Leon again and took over at
the Tiger 6. Passes from Cox
to Garry Reed for 8 10, and
37 yards and another to
Lockhart for 28 set up a Cox
to Brandon Williams touch-
down toss of 6 yards. King's
kick missed wide left, but the
Tigers were in control, 13-0.
Leon returned the kickoff
to the Tiger 32 and on fourth
down connected on a 42 yard
field goal to cut the Tigers'
lead to 13-3.
The Tigers marched down
field after the kickoff and
reached the Lion 2 yard line.
After two penalties, a rush for
nothing, an incomplete pass
and a pass for one yard, the
Tigers came away with noth-
ing.
After hold ing Leon on their


first drive of the second half,
the Tigers put together a 5
play 68 yard scoring drive.
Timothy Copleland had runs
of 20 and 21 yards setting up
a 12 yard Cox to Lockhart
touchdown. A two point con-
version failed, but the Tigers
seemed in control, 19-3.
Late in the third period the
Tigers reached the Lion 14
but once again couldn't
punch it in for points.
Leon got their first touch-
down of the night when
Lockhart signaled a fair catch
on a punt, but pulled his
hands away at the last sec-
ond. Two officials ruled he
didn't touch the football, but
one official did. Leon took
over at the Tiger 10 and
scored two plays later. A two
point conversion was good
and the Tiger lead had been
cut to 19-11.
Early in the fourth period,
the Tigers drove to midfield
before a fumble was scooped
up by the Lions and returned
50 yards for a touchdown. A
two point try was stopped by
the Tiger defense, and the
lead was only 19-17.
It took the Tigers only 4
plays to respond. Copeland
ripped off gains of 15 and 12
yards and Ryan Baker raced
14 and then 9 around the
corner for a touchdown. King
booted the PAT and the
Tigers were back on top, 26-
17.
Baker led the Tigers with
148 yards on 24 carries fol-
lowed by Copeland with 137


on 18,carries.
Reed had 6 pass recep-
tions for 74 yards followed by
Lockhart with 4 for 57 yards
and two touchdowns.
Williams had two catches for
13 yards and a touchdown.


Linebacker Baker led the
defense with 5 solo tackles
and 5 assists and 3 sacks for
losses totalling 27 yards.
Eric O'Bryan followed in on 9
tackles. Reed and Lockhart
were each in on 6 tackles fol-


lowed by Nic Hauversburk
and Brandon Williams each
in on 5. Chase Cox, Bradley
Johnson and Josh Lee were
each in on 4 tackles.
Don't forget, the Tigers
have an open date this week.


BY BLOUNTSTOWN TIGER

HEAD COACH GREG JORDAN


BlounIt-.own 26,' Leon 17.
we'll take ii. The Tigers irav
eled to Tallahassee to take on
Class 4A Leon at Leon High
School this past Friday night.
Leon High School has over
1900 students and dressed
50 players. we should have
not been in the ballgame. As
it turned out. if not for 2 cost-
ly turnovers and a kickoff,
return for a field goal, it
wouldn't have been as close
as it was.. BHS dominated
statistically. outgaining Leon
429 total' yards to 79 for
Leon. but only a 2 pt. lead in
the 4th quarter. That goes to
show you the only stat that
matters is on the scoreboard
and who won or lost. A 6-8
record going in to our off
Seek with the four remaining
regular season games at
home is about as good as we
could ask for. The players


,have worked extremely hard
and improved in some way
each week We still have a lot'
of improvement yet to go,-but
at this point of the. season
we'll take where we're at.
This group of players are
starting to come together as a
TEAM, which will help us in,
the home stretch and play-
offs. The Tigers have an off
week,, then finish .with
Bozeman, Chipley, Holmes
County and Wewa all at
home.
Thanks to all the fans that
made the trip to Leon this
past week. All the Tiger fans
will have a short, drive to
Bowles Field for the next four
weeks. Please come and sup-
port each week as the Tigers
strive for another "perfect
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AITHlA SCHOO NEWS


Calendar
Thursday, October 5:
JV/V VB vs. BHS, 4:00/5:00
Thursday, October 5-7:
Chorus Trip to Stetson
University
Monday, October 9: JV/V
VB vs. Marianna, 4:00/5:00
Tuesday, October 10:
Evaluation Day; JV/V VB @
Liberty County, V-2:00 JV-
4:00
Wednesday, October 11:
Fields of Faith, 6:00 PM at
Altha Baseball Field
Book Fair
Our fall book fair was a


huge success. Special
thanks to our parent volun-
teers who made it all possi-
ble: Pat Ayers, Thalla
Chevillot, Deanne Cox, Leann
Folsom, Lisa Hutchison,
Miriam McIntosh, Carol
Peacock, and Paige White.
Student participation in
the One-for-Books program
enabled 14 teachers to add to
their classroom libraries.
Our students donated $61 to
this program and Scholastic
will match this amount and
donate 61 books to children
in impoverished areas.
Once again our book fair


proved to be a great event for
literacy.
World Record Readers
Middle schoolers across
Florida set out to break a
Guinness world record
Thursday by reading aloud at
the same time. Among those
participating were 143 Altha
students (pictured above).
City officials Wayne Gable,
Juanita Mathis, and Carol
Finuff served as outside wit-
nesses for the event. We
would like to thank Wretha
Webb who served as the site
coordinator.


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will be offered to
Altha, BMS students
Our schools are commit-
ted to providing a high-quali-
ty educational program for
your child. We are working
hard to provide programs to
help all students succeed in
our school district. Altha
Public School and
Blountstown Middle School
receive federal Title I funds to
provide additional opportu-
nities for your child to meet
state achievement standards
in reading, writing, and
mathematics. The state has
identified these two schools
as a School in Need of
Improvement.
If you would like more
information regarding your
child's school and how it
compares to all schools in
the district, please contact
your child's principal or visit
the Fla. Dept. of Education's
website at http://school-
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The school district is com-
mitted to providing exciting
programs to your child's
school that will make the
2006-2007 school year more
successful. Based on the
AYP status of your child's
school, your child may be eli-
gible to receive for
Supplemental Education
Services (SES) after school
tutoring if they are eligible to
receive free or reduced
meals.
For parents who have not
yet chosen a SES Provider we
will be having a SES Provider
Fair at Blountstown Middle
School and Altha Public
School. This will be a chance
for parents to meet providers,
ask questions, and choose a
provider for their child. We
invite you to become more
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Seniors representing their class on the BHS homecoming court include (seated, from left) Dianna
Glaze, Kori Edewaard, Laura Kastli, Maegan Davis, Kristen Bracewell, (standing) Justin Godwin,
Josh Lee, Eric O'Bryan, Wesley Petty, T.J. Rogers, Chase Cox, and Nic Tomlinson. Not pictured are
Holly Jeppson and Shannie Lockhart.


Homecoming Plans
The BHS Student
Government Association
proudly announces our
homecoming plans for 2006.
The theme for this year's
activities is: A "Paws" In
Time, 99 Years and
Counting.
This theme was selected to
honor our BHS tiger, PAWS.
He was created just for
Blountstown High School
and his name stands for
PRIDE, ATTITUDE, WISDOM,
AND SPIRIT. And, of course,
since next year is our 100th
birthday, we wanted to have
a theme that encouraged the
community to begin thinking
about how we would like to
celebrate this upcoming
event.
Homecoming will be cele-
brated the week of October
23-27. Activities for the week
are tentatively planned as fol-
lows:
Monday-Decades Day-
everyone is encouraged to
drag out your poodle skirts
and saddle, oxfords, your t-
die shirts. and sandals, or
whatever "old" styles you
might prefer and help us
start out the home'cominrE
week with a bang!
Tuesday-Class Colors
Day-each class is assigned a
specific color and members
are that class are encouraged
to wear. a shirt of that color.
Seniors, should wear RED,
juniors should wear BLACK,
sophomores should wear
WHITE, and freshmen should
wear BLUE. The coronation
will be in the BHS auditorium
on Tuesday afternoon. More
details will appear in the
newspaper next week.
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and dress, up in matching.
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Blountstown Elementary
School student. Both schools
are looking forward to the
writing mentor program
being just as successful as the
reading mentor program.
Pictured above are partici-
pating students.


BHS Advisory

Council will

meet today

The Blountstown' High
School Advisory Council will
hold their first meeting for
the 2006-2007 school term.
The meeting will be held
today, Wednesday, October
4, at 2:00 p.m. in the BHS
Media Center.
We will welcome the new
advisory council members as
well as vote on the School
Improvement Plan and By-
laws. The public is invited to
attend. For more informa-
tion contact the School
Advisory Council
Chairperson Debbie Perdue
at 674-5724.


Uncderclasrmen elect te: the BHS hornecomirg courtt include
se:t- ed frrom left) .-.nno Kelle, (fresrronr) Lore Gclen Jun-
ior), (standing) Jason Money (freshman), and Lance Clemons
(sophomore). Not pictured are Dillon Burke (junior) and
Jasmine Simmons (sophomore).


enforced.
Thursday-Wacky Tacky
Day-Mismatch your clothes,
wear tacky hats, socks, hair-
dos, etc. Like "Nerd Day" or
"Backwards Day." Tigers
Growl assembly in BHS audi-
torium at appro. imately 1:00
p.m.
Friday-Red & White
Day-parade at 1:00 p.m.
All week long there will be
class competitions at break.
SAnyone interested in
entering a vehicle or float in


the parade should call the
school office at 674-5724 and
let us know on or before
'Tuesday, October 24. No
entries will be allowed after
that date.
FBLA Candle Sale
Future. Business Leaders
of America (FBLA) members
are selling Yankee Candles
until October 23. The fund
raiser is for students to be

See BHS NEWS, page 13


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Weeklong meet & greet at Extension Office



National 4-H Week is underway


National 4-H Week is
underway through Oct. 7 and
Calhoun County 4-H is cele-
brating with a week long
meet and greet at the county
extension office. Stopping by
will allow youth to register
early for the Chamber of
Commerce and Calhoun
County 4-H Pumpkin Carving
Event on October 30th, 2006
and the opportunity to get on


the Calhoun County 4-H
Newsletter mailing list.
"I am a happy supporter of
the 4-H program. My mother
being a 4-H Agent in up state
New York exposed me at an
early age to 4-H. 4-H gives
youth the opportunities to
explore life and leadership
skills in the community. I am
always willing to volunteer
when I am needed!," said


Consolidation issues-


we did our "homework" and
gave the facility evaluation
process careful consideration.
We completed a thorough facil-
ities evaluation that included
site visits, facilities workshops,
community discussions, and a
:consultant for purposes of
:identifying facility issues and
needs. The most pressing
issues are related to the age
'and condition of many of our
-structures. Then we identified
'the Florida Department of
Education's Special Facility
,Construction Account as the
most likely source for funds to
'address our most pressing
'needs.
The Florida Department of
.Education's Special Facility
Construction Account. In
1980 the Florida legislature
,established the Special Facility
Construction Account to help
small, rural school districts
fund major construction proj-
ects. Our neighboring school
districts in Jackson, Holmes,
Washington, and Gadsden
counties are among the many
that have received generous
,grants from this program.
Holmes County, for example,
has received $40,752,338.00
"from the State of Florida to
fund four different projects,
with Holmes County taxpayers,
only needing to contribute
$5,438,854.00 towards these
:projects.
Consolidation and
,Centralization. Because
'there is so much controversy
,surrounding the proposed con-
solidation and centralization of
our two high schools, we want
to explain the significance of
these two issues. The Florida
,Department of Education
strongly recommends consoli-
,dation and centralization of
'schools in rural districts like
ours so that we realize the ben-
'efits associated with
"'economies of scale" arid favors
'projects that do so. Since we
will be competing with other
school districts for these funds,
,it is sensible to include consol-
idation and- centralization in
;our proposal.
As we stated last week, we
'have not decided on an exact
location for the' consolidated
'high school. We have referred
to the intersection of Highway
.20 and County Road 275 only
:to say that it is close to the
County center. It would be
premature to select a site
,before we know whether our
project proposal is approved.
Impact on Calhoun
,County property taxes and
'taxpayers. Because Special
'Facility Construction funds are
designed i to "help those who
'help themselves," school dis-
'tricts must levy a 2 mill capital
'outlay property tax before
,applying. Next the Department
iof Education will decide
'Whether the proposed project
is our school district's most
*"critical need" and whether to
fund it. If the DOE funds the
project, the school districts
must contribute 1.5 of the
'lelied 2 mills to the project for
an additional ,3 years. The
,other half mill could be used
'for any other school district
capital outlay needs. A 2 mill
'increase would increase
:Calhoun county property taxes
by approximately 13%. We
believe that we have a good
,chance of receiving a Special
,Facilities Construction grant
since we are in great need and
among the few eligible, coun-
ties that have not received pro-
%gram funds.
Some citizens are concerned
,that the School Board could
vote for consolidation, levy the
;2 mills and possibly not receive
:the special facility money that
we would be, seeking. If that
,were to happen, however, we
would still have the same facil-
ity issues to address and an
even greater need for the'2 mill
School Board levy.
SBenefits of a new consoli-
dated high school.
S Expansion of our academic
'and vocational high school cur-
:riculum. Most importantly,
combining the two high
schools will promote expansion
in the'academic and vocational
"curriculum that we can offer
our high school students.
{Because project funds can also
'be expended on things other
,than building construction,
e.g., new .technology and
'equipment, we may be able to
offer courses that we did not
have the .resources to offer
before. In. cases where it has
'not been possible to offer a
,particular course because of a
shortage of interested stu-


dents, combining the two
schools will make it easier to
obtain the required number of
students to make that course
worthwhile.
Upgraded facilities for the
school district as a whole. The
construction of a new high
school will upgrade the state of
our facilities as a whole and
allow us to remove students
from substandard classrooms
and facilities.
Reduction in facility mainte-
nance expense. Providing bet-
ter classrooms and facilities
will permit the retirement of
some structures that are too
costly to maintain or renovate,
thereby reducing our district's
maintenance expense.
The opportunity to meet
Americans with Disabilities
Act (ADA) recommended
facilities standards.
Retrofitting our old high
schools to meet ADA recom-.
mended standards has not
always been possible.
Consequently, the existing
facilities could deny disabled
students access to educational
opportunities. (For example, a
wheel chair bound student
could not benefit from Altha's
excellent culinary.arts program
because, the building has no
elevator for them to access sec-
ond story class rooms.)
Equalize student commut-
ing time. A centralized loca-
tion will help to equalize the
amount of time that our stu-
dents spend commuting to and
from school. (For example, at
the present time, high school
students from Kinard spend
and hour and 20 minutes each
way 'commuting to and from
Blountstown High School for a
total of 2 hours and 40 min-
utes each day. The centralized
location will certainly reduce
these students' commute time.)
Equal access to our most
qualified teachers. Highly
qualified teachers required b.y
the "No Child Left Behind Act"
are increasingly more difficult
to hire., By combining the high
schools all students will have
equal access to the most effec-
tive instruction.
Greater ability to meet
2010 class size reduction
mandate. By 2010 all school
districts in the state must meet
requirements of the class size
reduction law. By building a
new facility more space for
classrooms will be available.
Transportation Costs.
Misinformation has circulated
that consolidating the two high
schools would increase student
transportation costs and that
we would need to purchase
numerous additional, buses.
Our school district's trans-
portation director recently
studied the impact on trans-
portation costs of high school
consolidation and centraliza-
tion and concluded that nio
new buses will be required. In
addition, The increase in the
number of transported stu-
dents that will earn FTE fund-
ing will essentially offset the
increased costs.
Community ,. economic
impact. The School District
Office believes that an
improved school system will
draw more people and families
to Calhoun County. Only a
very small percentage of dis-
tricts do not currently levy the
2 mills. Our local economy will
improve when the, growth we
predict fuels the need for labor,
materials, and other goods and
services.
Effects of Consolidation
.on Calhoun County heritage.
Some citizens are concerned
.that Altha and Blountstown
High School history and her-.
itage will be lost if the two are
consolidated. We would ask
them to consider this: Even
though Frink no longer has its
school, it is still a part of our
heritage,' as evidenced by Frink
Gym's significance to the
Panhandle Pioneer Settlement.
Altha and Blountstown high
school histories and heritage
will not be lost.
Project time line (if
approved). If our School
Board votes for consolidation
in order to pursue this funding
opportunity, we would apply
for project funding in August
2007. In the beginning of
2008, the Florida Department
of Education will .decide
whether our proposed project
is among those that they fund.
A sign-up sheet will be
made available at the October
10th School Board meeting for
anyone that would like to make
a comment before the Board,
votes.


Marti Vickery,
Calhoun County
4-H Volunteer.
In Calhoun
County, more
than 48 4-H
members and 12
volunteers are. .
involved in 4 H.
You can join c
the 4-H commu-
nity today. To
learn how to
become a 4-H
member or volun-
teer leader in
Calhoun County, -
contact Jessica
Bowden, 4-H
Agent, at Pictured (from left) are Kay Pickron, Kayla
University of Pickron, and Anna Gillis. Kay is the Club Leader
for the Calhoun Liberty Home School 4-H Club,
Florida Calhoun open to all youth and adults in the community.
C'- o u n t y The club meets again Oct. 20 at 9:00AM CST at
C o op e r a t i v e the Calhoun County Extension Office.
Exte n si on
Service, at 674-8323 or jbow- people learn leadership, citi-
den@ifas.ufl.edu. zenship and life skills. Learn
4-H is a community where more about the 4-H adven-
more than 6.5 million young ture at florida4h.org.


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CONSOLIDATION:


Doesn't the taxpaying public deserve "some" answers?


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HOW


makes this 20 million dollars from the state "free money"
when it is going to cost the TAXPAYERS an additional 4
million dollars per year?


will this new school go? All Superintendent Neves has
said is somewhere near the center of the county, which is
way out in Clarksville.


makes sense about having the only high school in the
county at least 10 miles from EITHER city?


is it in writing to prove to the public that this is in the best
interest of our children?


specifically are these better programs and better
opportunities that the Board says consolidation brings?


does the Board plan to hire more teachers for these
"better programs" when there will be no money left?


does the School Board and Superintendent Neves plan to
pay for the upkeep of this new school when all our money
will be spent from the reserve?


can no School Board Member or the Superintendent
explain how this is the best option for our children?


does the Superintendent and School Board members

insist on rushing the vote to consolidate before they even
know the answers to these basic questions?


is your Board Member voting? Most Board Members are
"FOR" consolidation, so if you are against it, you need to
call them NOW!!!


District 1...Grant Williams...674-5311
District 2...Volena Barfield...762-4863
District 3...Tim Smith...674-3056
District 4...Willie Brown...674-4324
District 5...Doyle Daniels...639-5011



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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
ON A SPECIAL EXCEPTION FOR A
CONDITIONAL USE OF LAND


CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA

The Calhoun County Board of County Commissioners will hold a public
hearing on a proposal to allow a Special Exception for a Conditional
Use of Land for a All Terrain Vehicle Park in an Agricultural Land
Use Area. The proposed use would be located on approximately 19
acres of land off of Whitewater Grade Road, in Section 34, Township 2
North, Range 10 West.

The Agricultural Land Use Category allows 1 residential unit per 10 acres
with limited agricultural based commercial development, outdoor
recreational uses and limited neighborhood commercial development.




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The Calhoun County Planning Commission will hold a Public Hearing on
the proposed Conditional Use on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2006, at
4:00 P.M., to consider recommendations to the Calhoun County Board
of County Commissioners regarding the proposed development. The
Calhoun County Board of County Commissioners will hold a Public
Hearing to consider approval of the development on TUESDAY,
OCTOBER 17, 2006, at 5:00 P.M. in the Commission Meeting Room
of the County Courthouse. A copy of the development application may
be inspected by the public at the Office of the Calhoun County Clerk of
Court.

Please be advised that if a person decides to appeal any decision made
with respect to any matter considered at this hearing, such person will
need a record of these proceedings, and for this purpose such person
may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the
appeal is to be based.
Oct. 4, 11, 2006



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
ON A SPECIAL EXCEPTION FOR A

CONDITIONAL USE OF LAND


CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA

The Calhoun County Board of County Commissioners will hold a public
hearing on a proposal to allow a Special Exception for a Conditional
Use of Land for an Adult Day Care Facility in an Agricultural Land
Use Area. The proposed use would be located on approximately one
half acre of land on the North side of County Road 167, in Section 20,

Township 2 North, Range 11 West.

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
ON A SPECIAL EXCEPTION FOR A
CONDITIONAL USE OF LAND


CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA

The Calhoun County Board of County Commissioners will hold a public
hearing on a proposal to allow a Special Exception for a Conditional
Use of Land for a Hair and Tanning Salon, Sign and Photography
Studio and Dress and Gift Shop in an Agricultural Land Use Area.
The proposed use would be located on approximately ten acres of land
on the Northeast corner of the intersection of Highway 20 and County
Road 287, in Section 34, Township 1 North, Range 10 West.

The Agricultural Land Use Category allows 1 residential unit per 10
acres with limited agricultural based commercial development, outdoor
recreational uses and limited neighborhood commercial development.

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The Calhoun County Planning Commission will hold a Public Hearing on the proposed
Conditional Use on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2006, at 4:00 P.M., to consider
recommendations to the Calhoun County Board of County Commissioners regarding
the proposed development. The Calhoun County Board of County Commissioners will
hold a Public Hearing to consider approval of the development on TUESDAY,
OCTOBER 17, 2006, at 5:00 P.M. in the Commission Meeting Room of the County
Courthouse. A copy of the development application may be inspected by the public at
the Office of the Calhoun County Clerk of Court.

Please be advised that if a person decides to appeal any decision made with respect
to any matter considered at this hearing, such person will need a record of these
proceedings, and for this purpose such person may need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.
Oct. 4, 11, 2006


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
ON AN ORDINANCE CHANGING
THE USE OF LAND


CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA

The Calhoun County Board of County Commissioners proposes to adopt an ordinance
affecting the use of land by amending the Calhoun County Comprehensive Plan to
approve a Small Scale Future Land Use Map Amendment which will change
approximately ten acres of land on Missy Lane, in Section 17 and 18,Township 1N,
Range 9W, from Agricultural Land Use, allowing 1 residential unit per 10 acres with
limited agricultural based commercial development, to Mixed Use Rural Residential,
allowing 2 units per acre with limited neighborhood commercial development.

ORDINANCE NO. 2006-10

AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF CALHOUN
COUNTY, FLORIDA, ADOPTING A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT, AS
REQUIRED BY CHAPTER 163, FLORIDA STATUTES, DESIGNED TO AMEND THE
FUTURE LAND USE MAP TO APPROVE A SMALL SCALE MAP AMENDMENT,
AUTHORIZING THE TRANSMITTAL OF THE AMENDMENTS TO THE FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS; PROVIDING FOR REPEAL OF
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY;
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Hearing to consider approval of the development on TUESDAY,
OCTOBER 17, 2006, at 5:00 P.M. in.the Commission Meeting Room
of the County Courthouse. A copy of the development application may
be inspected by the public at the Office of the Calhoun County Clerk of
Court.

Please be advised that if a person decides to appeal any decision made
with respect to any matter considered at this hearing, such person will
need a record of these proceedings, and fdr this purpose such person
may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal
is to be based.
Oct. 4, 11, 2006


The Calhoun County Planning Commission will hold a Public Hearing on the proposed
Small Scale Amendment on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2006, at 4:00 P.M., to
consider recommendations to the Calhoun County Board of County Commissioners
regarding the amendment. The Calhoun County Board of County Commissioners will
hold a Public Hearing on the ordinance for adoption of the Small Scale Amendment, on
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2006, at 5:00 P.M. in the Commission Meeting Room of
the County Courthouse. A copy of said ordinances may be inspected by the public at
the Office of the Calhoun County Clerk of Court.

Please be advised that if a person decides to appeal any decision made with respect to
any matter considered at this hearing, such person will need a record of these
proceedings, and for this purpose such person may need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.
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Local Eastern Star chapter celebrates founder
Blountstown Chapter 179 Order of the Eastern Star had a wonderful picnic August 26 to honor their founder
Brother Rob Morris. There were 30 members and visitors present. A hearty welcome was presented by our
Worthy Matron Sister Pam Coleman. One of our members gave a speech about how our fraternal organiza-
tion was established. Fellowship and delicious food were enjoyed by all.


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Masons host Grand Master

Right Worshipful Distinct Grand Master of District 5
Brother Parry Dolan held a reception .for Robert D.
Trump, The Most Worshipful Grand Master of the State of
. MFlorida, in Altha at the Community Center on August 25.
Blouhtstown Chapter 179 Order of the Eastern Star assist-
ed with the arrangements. Over 100.masons, wives and
Eastern Star members attended this function.
Entertainment with singing and musical songs was per-
formed by James Williford, son of Sister Alice Williford,
member of Blountstown Chapter 179 Order of the
Eastern Star. Everyone enjoyed good food and wonder-
ful fellowship. Donations were presented by the various
Masonic Lodges to the Most Worshipful's special project,
diabetes. After dinner, the brothers traveled to Red
Level Lodge for a tyled meeting. With all the donations
presented for diabetes from each district throughout
the state, the Fifth Masonic District was leading.


Senior Citizens plan fish fry,




fall festival, and shopping trip


Fall Festival at Senior
Center
On Tuesday, October 31
(Halloween Day) beginning at
10:30 a.m. we will have our
famous annual Fall Festival
with lots of good food, fun
games and prizes, as well as,
a cake walk.
And for more fun we will
have a special prize for the.
best Halloween costume, so
make sure you wear yours.,
' Cost for all of this is just
$3.00 each. Call Diane at
674-4163 to sign up.

General Membership
Meeting
. Calhouh -County Senior
Citizens will be holding their
quarterly General


Membership Meeting on
Tuesday, October 17th at
8:00 a.m.
This is your opportunity to
sit in on a Board of Directors
meeting and see what's going
on and learn what -the senior
citizens organization is all
about.
Swamp Gravy Christmas
Show
We have planned a trip to
Colquitt, GA for the Swamp
Gravy Christmas Show. on
Thursday, November 30. It
will be a daytime show so we
will be leaving the Center at
approximately 9 a.m. and
return around 5 p.m. Cost is
$59, per person which.
includes show, lunch, and


transportation. Full payment
is due by October 25. So call
Diane at 674-4163 to sign up
for this fun day.

Nutrition Education
Monica Brinkley will be
here on Monday, October 16,
to bring us another fun and
educational lesson on better
eating habits. ,'She will be
here at 11 a.m. so please be
on time so you won't her.

Fish Fry
Senior Citizens will hold a
fund raiser on October 13, for
only $6.00 per plate. Plates
will consist of catfish, hush
puppies, cole slaw, baked
beans, roll, cake). We will be
selling plates on the corner of


Hwy. 71 & 20. Delivery is
available! Call 674-4163 or
fax your order to 674-8384.

Shopping trip
Our shopping trip this
month will be on Thursday,
October 19, to Panama City.
We will leave the Center at
8:30 a.m. and head out to
Wal-iMart and Goody s. We
can also go to the Dollar Tree
nearby. We will then head
over to the mall for lunch and
more shopping.
We will head for home
around 2:30 p.m. and back
by 4:00. Cost is $7 for trans-
portation, lunch is on you.
Call 674-4163 to sign up
for tfiis since space is limited.


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able to attend state competi-
tion in April. If you would like
to purchase your own Yankee
candle, contact. Debra
Purdue at Blountsto\\-n High
School or any FBLA mem-
bers.
By: Erin Glass

,FFA Forestry Winners
The Blountstown High
School FFA Chapter took
home another victory in
forestry! We brought back
seventeen out of a possible
twenty one awards including
first and second place in the
team division along with
many individual awards. The
first place team consisted of
Daniel Leonard. Michael
Leonard, Stafford Dawson
and Laura Stoltzfus. Daniel
Leonard brought home 1st
place awards in Forest
Disorders, Equipment ID,,
Tree, ID, and General,
Knowledge. Michael Leonard
placed 3rd place in Tree ID,
Stafford Dawson, 2nd place
in Timber Cruising, Laura
Stoltzfus, 2nd place, Forest
Disorders, Tree ID,
Equipment ID, and General
Knowledge.
The second place team
members were Trevor
Williams, .Aubrey Tharpe,
Blake. Tolley, and Elizabeth
CaudilL Trevor took home
1st place in :Compass and,
'Pacing. Aubiey Tharpe
. brought back. 3rd place in,
Timber Cruising, Blake
Trolley took 3rd in Equipment
ID and Elizabeth Caudill
received 3rd place in Forest
Disorders!.. Congratulations
Forestry Team!!
By: Hailey Moravek,
FFA Reporter

Building Skills for Life
Family Career and
Community Leaders of
America (FCCLA) works
towards .helping young men


and women become leaders,
and address important
things such as family, work,
,and societal issues through
family and consumer science
education. The clubs mission
is to build:
V Character development
/ Creative and critical
thinking
V Interpersonal communi-
cation
V Practical knowledge
V Vocational preparation
The Club does many fund
raisers and volunteer
cleanup projects to focus on
brining back the relationship
between the people and their
community. The main focus
of the club though is to be a
club that makes a differ-
ences.
Also, Sponsor Mrs. Nancy
Mears would like to remind.
all students that there is still
time to join FCC LA. October
4 is' the, final deadline for
.dues, which are $20.00.
By: Barbara Aveyard

Golf Team News
We would like to congratu-
late the BHS golf team on
their record so far this year..
Their record for the year so
far is 5-3, which is exception-,
ally good for a 2nd year golf
team.
They are now preparing for
their district, which is
Tuesday, October 10, 2006 in
'Bonifay in Dog Wood Lakes
golf course. It will be on an
evaluation day so feel free to
come out and support the
Tigers. To advance to on to
the next round of District,
the team will have to place in
the top three.
Mr. Botitrager, the coach,
is looking for Erik Anderson
to place, since he has already
placed 1st or 2nd in 6 of the
8 previous matches. He is
also looking for the girls team
to place. Once top of prepar-
ing for district, the team has


a game next Tuesday at
Bonifay. We wish the golf
team the best of luck!
By: Dana Clark

Band Fundraiser
The Blointstown. Tigers
Band is selling Krispy Kreme
Doughnut Certificates. The
price will be $5. per. dozen.
The certificates are valid at
any Krispy Kreme and do not
expire for over a year. This
sale ends the night of the,
Bozeman football game,
'October 13'.
Whenyou take this certifi-
cate in to redeem it at Krispy
Kreme, your second dozen of
glazed doughnuts are a dollar
'off. The profits from this sale
benefit the Blountstown Tiger
Marching Band in ways such
as new uniforms and new
music.
. The band would like to
send out a special thanks to
Krispy Kreme Doughnuts for
supporting the cause.
Donations are appreciated
greatly. Thank you.
By: Carrie Ridley

FCA Gatherings
On Wednesday Sept. 27th,
FCA gathered at the flag pole
in front of the high school for
devotion concerning the loss
of Jeremy Clegg, a BHS sen-
ior. The meeting was con-
ducted by FCA, president
Justirf Godwin along with.
club, sponsor Mrs. Tracy
Basford.
Also, on October 11th,
FCA and anyone who would
like to come to the
Blountstown football field,
there will be a meeting for-
Fields of Faith at 7 pm. Fields
of Faith is a nationwide pro-
gram. Come out and have
some fun.
By: Sharlana Terry

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Blountetown Animal



Shelter News


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Thanks to your response! Angel the dog who was left by ner
owners, tied up and without food or water, is recovering after
a neighbor discovered she had chewed her covn foot off out
of desperation The County Record issued a plea last week
and she has been adopted b\y a loving home' Angel hod to
have emergency surgery to ha..'e her leg amputated in
order to sa/e her life (an expense of around $500) If you d
like to help Angel s adoptive family deter her medical costs.
please contribute to the Blountstown Animal Sheltor. All
donations will be really appreciated'


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A fun loving, female.
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A spunky female, just
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A sweet and shy
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Thanks, volunteeral
Chrlstc.pher White 10. (letI) and
Jamle Sue White 8 have set up
donation boxes at Coastal Gas
station across from Burger King in
, an effort to faiSe money for the
-vi- shelter So for, they have raised $30
i- n change Other donation lco'.es
are at Piggly WlggI, Parramore's.
Quick Pc ic Movie Gallery. and Pizza
Hut An account has been set up
at Wakullo Bynk All donations can
be taken there or sent to the
Blountslown Animal Shelter. 17034
NW 13th St .Blountstowrn FL 32424
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Legal Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CALHOUN
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 06-51-PR
PROBATE DIVISION
In RE: ESTATE OF CAROLYN S. STUEVER.
Deceased.
NOTICE OF CREDITORS
(Summary Administration
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE:
You are hereby notified that an order of
Summary Administration has been entered
in the ESTATE OF CAROLYN S. STUEVER,
deceased. File Number 06-51-PR; by the
'Circuit Court for Calhoun County. Florida,
Probate Division: the address of which is
20859 E. Central Avenue. #130,
Blountstown. Florida 32424; that the dece-
dent's date of death was December 16.
2005: that the total value of the estate is
approximately $17,000.00 and that the
names and addresses of those to whom it
has been assigned by such order are:
DEBORAH BROOKE WEAR
5460 S.E. 12th Ave.
Washington, Oklahoma 73093
SHAWN DUANE STUEVER
P.O. Box 251
Washington, ,Oklahoma 73093
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTI-
FIED THAT:
All creditors of the estate of the decedent
and persons having claims or demands
against the estate of the decedent must file
their claims with this court'WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD
SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) OR MORE YEARS AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this
Notice is September 27, 2006.
Attorney Giving Notice:
James R. Brewster, Attorney
Florida Bar No. 440787
547 North Monroe St., Suite 203
Tallahassee, Florida 32301
Telephone: 850-561-1037
Sept. 27; Oct. 4. 2006


Legal Notice
FOR SALE
MISCELLANEOUS VEHICLES
CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN
The City of Blountstown has for sale the
miscellaneous vehicle.
ITEM #1 -Golf Cart
ITEM #2 Golf Cart
All Bids must be sealed and plainly
marked "Vehicle Item#1".
All bids may be submitted to the City
Manager's Office, City Hall 20591 Central
Avenue West, Blountstown, Florida 32424,
no later than 4:00 p.m. October 10, 2006.
The sealed bids will then be opened at the
regular Council Meeting that same day,
Tuesday, October 10, 2006 at 6:00 p.m. in
the City Council Meeting Room, located'at
17262 NW Angle Street, Blountstown,
Florida 32424.
Au bids must have the bidder's name,
adarsc., "' i.:pr,-r,:n r.-r.r-br aij- description
of the item c.letrg -:.id ali,r trn the dollar
amount of the bid.
The successful bidders will be required to
pay for items) sought within five (5) working
days of award of bid.
These vehicles.will be sold as&is, where is.
All bids, should reflect the requirement.
These items can le, viewed at the City of
Blountstown Police Department;
Sept. 27; Oct. 4. 2006


Legal Notice
CALHOUN COUNTY STORM DAMAGE
FEMA-FL-DR 1545- PACKAGE 7
PROJECT #14.085
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
The ,i lh-:.u n C..ur,., Board of County
Commissioners will receive sealed.bids from
any qualified person, company or .r-poir-
UL' ,r irrier.- -..d 1l r : i.r.i-ru.:Linr,, i O fu.:.wvl rg

CALHOUN COUNTY STORM DAMAGE
FEMA-FL-PACKAGE 7
DR-1545 PW e4457-0 S.W. C.R. 10
The project scope includes; cleaning of
existing ditches, il.e,e rrrla' ; -aeIIc n.1
shaping of existing road'.a, cv pla,:emer.t rl
fill maternal, and placement.of. limerock as'
specified. ",
Plans and specifications can be obtained at


Preble-Rish. Inc.. 324 Marina Drive. Port St.
Joe. Florida 32456. (850) 227-7200. The
bid must conform to Section 287.133(3)
Florida Statutes, on public entity crimes.
Completion date for this project will be 120
days from the date of the Notice to Proceed
presented to the successful bidder.
Liquidated damages for failure to complete
the project on the specified date will be set
at $200.00 per day.
Please indicate on the envelope that this is a
sealed bid, the bid number and what the bid
is for.
Bids will be received until 1:30 p.m. (C.T.).
on Tuesday, November 7, 2006, at the
Calhoun County Clerk's Office, Calhoun
County Courthouse. 20859 Central Avenue
East. Room 130, Blountstown, Florida
32424. and will be opened and read aloud
on Tuesday, November 7, 2006. at 2:00
p.m.(C.T.).
Cost for Plans and Specifications will be
$25.00 per set and is non-refundable.
Checks should be made payable to PREBLE-
RISH, INC.
The Board of County Commissioners
reserves the right to waive informalities in
any bid, to accept and/or reject any or all
bids, and to accept the bid that in their
Judgment will be in the best interest of
Calhoun County.
If you have any questions, please call David
Kennedy at (850) 227-7200. '
October 4, 11, 2006


Legal Notice
WEATHERIZATION BIDS
The Board of County Commissioners will
accept sealed bids on October 17, 2006 at
5:05 P.M. or as soon afterwards as practical
in the County Commission Board Room.
20859 Central Avenue East, In
Blountstown, Florida for contractors inter-
ested in the weatherizing of houses and
mobile homes. Specifications may be picked
up at the Weatherization Office between the
hours of 7:00 A.M. arid 3:30 P.M. Bidders
must provide proof of General Liability and
Workman's Compensation Insurance in the
Bid Package. The Insurance must be in
force at the time of the bid opening. As an
alternative to providing Workman's
Compensation Insurance, the prospective
bidder shall provide proof of worker's com-
pensation exemption. Any person claiming
to be exempt s+all be subject to an on-the-
Job inspection for proof of exemption and
license of all workers on job site. For further
information, please contact Faye Bailey at
674-2571.
The Board 'of County Commissioners
reserves the right to reject any or part of all
bids.
Oct. 4, 11, 2006


Legal LNotice
BID NOTICE
STATE HOUSING INITIATIVES
"SHIP PROGRAM"
The Calhoun Board of County
Commissioners will accept sealed bids on
behalf of its State Housing Initiatives
Partnership "SHIP" Program for the rehab of
houses until 12:30 P.M. local time on
Tuesday. October 17, 2006. Bids may be
delivered to the Clerk's Office in the,
Calhoun County Courthouse. Blountstown,
Florida 32424. Bids must arrive before
deadline. Bids will be opened on October
17, 2006 at 5:05 p.m. or as soon afterwards
as possible.
S'. Bids, must t.e -,, A,:d-i an er, n'.l.:,I.
marked "Sealed Pi-i I.:- 5'-H1' F.cr, r r..l
identified by the name of te urn.r.. and the
date and time of the bid opening.
Bid sheets and specifications may be
obtained by contacting Dowling Parrish or
Faye Bailey, SHIP Administrators, 20859
East Central Avenue, Room 309,
Blountstown, Florida, phones (850) 674-
8046 or 674-2571. A Mandatory Prebid
Conference will be held on Thursday,
October 12, 2006 at 9:00 A.M. local time in
the Calhoun- Building Department located
on the 3rd floor of the Calhout County
Couithouse.
Rehabs will be bid. It is the responsibili-
ty of the vendor/contractor to purchase all
permits deemed necessary.
Bidders must provide proof of general lia-
bility and Workman's Compensation
Insurance in thebid .package. The insur-
ance must be in force at the time of'the bid
opening.. As an alternative to providing
Workman's Compensation Insurance, the
prospective bidder shall 'provide proof of
*,Worker's Compensation Exemption. Any
[..:ri.i c mr in ur t,. '-.empt shall be sub-
i.e:r t ,:rn vn-ri.r i.:,, .: ir; _pcu*.n f..r pr...:- :'
e.' iTem ption -rn-d l.:>-ri', ,,1 "Il ...:.rkr on Itr,
Minority contractors are encouraged to
participate. Calhoun County is' .r. ELui J
Opportunity Jurisdiction The Calhoun
County Board of County C.:.mm-,im:.-ner:
r.-r .i rri- :nr to reject any and all bids
Sand to waive any informality. .-I
Th-e intmo .:. tir,-e '..-,rtra:r .3 contingent
upon tit, .pp,',. A ,.:i .- rd release of
funds by the- Florida Housing Finance
Agency.
Calhoun County is/ an Equal
Opportunity/Fair Housing County. .
Oct. 4, 1.1, 2006


Free parliamentary procedure

workshop planned October 9
A parliamentary procedure Extension Office Conference
workshop for the public, offi- Room.
cers and members of organi- Each participant will
nations, government officials, receive a Free Robert's Rule
youth, and anyone interest- of Order guide book. Please
ed. call 674-8323 or 674-4519 to
The workshop will be held register.
on October 9th at 6:30 p.m. ._ ___
in the Calhoun County ,. I ,D


Chipola Corrections grads

Eight candidates recently completed the Basic Corrections
Academy at Chipola College. Graduates are, from left: (front)
Craig Bard of Marianna, Andy Cook of Blountstown, Regina
Gammon of Marianna, Brenda Kennedy of Sneads, (back)
Jeremiah Nobles of Bristol, Kayla McKinnie of Sneads, and Jerry
Sewell of Altha. Not pictured is Della Teneus of Marianna.


0on car IIISUuiIcc!.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING
The Board of Commissioners of the Northwest .Tur to me for competitive rates
Florida Regional Housing Authority will hold a and the right coverage and see why
more people choose State Farm.
Special Meeting October 12, 2006, Veterans Ca today.
Memorial Park Civic Center 10405 NW Theo
Chris Kohlsaat, Aget
Jacobs Way, Bristol, Florida. 17251Chr ain StretNoaA
Meeting will begin at 11:30 A.M., E.S.T. The u ~S 74-5375
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MOTORS
2006 14 ft. aluminum Potter Built
boat, 2006 25 HP electric start.
Yamaha motor, trailer, with 46 lb. foot
control trolling motor with 2 stainless
steel props, 2 gas tanks, 2 batteries,
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tion and excellent price. Call 237-
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wench anchors, boat cover, $8,000.
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Letters


County? You were elected to rep-
resent ALL of Calhoun County. I
would like to thank those who
are doing their job.'
If it was approved today by
the School Board to build a new
high school, it would take 10
years for this thing to even be
built. I have a grandson who is
not even in school now. He might
have a chance to go to a new high
school for about two years of his
high-school career. Have five
other grandchildren who will
probably never see that new high
school. And it's not just my chil-
dren that I'm, concerned about.
It's all the children.
In the past 11 years, it has
cost this county over $10 million
'- almost $1 million per year just"
to repair these old schools. So
people, let's look at things as
they are. ,In the next 10 years
before this school is buiilt, I am
sure it will cost around $10 mil-
lion to $11 million. We, as a peo-,
ple, need to step out of the dark.
ages into the 21st century in
order to make this world a better
place.
If you want to make the world
a better place, take a look in the
mirror and make that change.
In closing, I'd like to say that
you know in your heart what I1
speak, is the truth, whether you
look at it or not.
Columbus Jackson
To the Editor:
I amin a concerned parent, I
have been following the 'school
consolidaLion controversy.'r ..
have lived in Calhoun County
since 2002. I moved to .Calhoun
County from Leon County, pretty
big difference as far as popula-
tion. When I first moved here I'
was very pleased with that wayv
that. Altha School 'was estab-
lished and had been for genera-
tions, with the Pre-k through
12th. i
As a teenager I attended a
school with the same system for'
a brief time and I loved it So
when I moved here I thought well
this is good that my kids cani do
the same (at the time just-start-
ing school) but all-through, thetr
schooling- for which I was not
lucky enough'to do through my
entire education.
Now this brings me :to whyI
a.m writing this letter. Last elec-
tion certain candidates were,
against the school consolidation.-
But, it turns out that was not
entirely true
I have been following the con-
solidation controversy and still
don't know all of the answers and
I am not sure that the school
board miembes. do either.
-' attended the. last schopi
board meeting and, all I kept
hearing was if. we had a vision.
before and I-,.heard it at least a
half a dozen times. (Well if I had
a vision last week I would have
played. the vwnning lottery ilum-
bers) But, no one ever really
knows what the future holds.
I believe if they tally up what
the citizens of this county wants.
they just mrught have the answer
they, are looking for. I for onie
believe they should leave- the
schools as they are. .
The school board also states
.they want the best education and
facility for the children. I agree
totally that yes they should have
the best education there is to
offer. In my opinion it' doesn't
matter if they are in a 820 million
dollar facility which will make
taxes go up and the county have
a' huge debt, or a 82 million dol-
lar facility I believe they will get
the same education in either
facility.
Now as far as the current
school board members in office,
remember we the citizens of
Calhoun County voted you in to
represent the people and we will
remember that come next elec-
Lon .
Concerned' Citizen
.. .' i" and Parent.
S .. Donna Skeen


Dear Editor, ,
:Re:'The proposed tonsolida-
tion of Calhoun' County, High
Schools 'and the upcoming:
Calhoun County School Board
vote... .
I commend Calhoun County
School Superintendent Mary Sue
Neves for performing her elected
duty to act in our children's best
interests and provide them the
best education possible. Thank
.God she has the backbone to:
carry out her duties even
though doing so has made her
the subject of. bitter opposition
and the rampant spreading 'of
misinformation and propaganda.
Unlike ,others that have spo-'
ken publicly without knowing the
true facts coticerning the pro-
posed consolidation, I investigat-
ed these facts before concluding.
that she is "right on" and deserv-
ing of our complete support: The
District School Board Office
readily provided information I
requested under citizens' rights
to freedom of information and ,my
comments' arid conclusions are
based on .the Information provid-
ed.
Our Superintendent has
wrongly been accused of mishan-
dling, "our money," and not seek;
ing "grants." She has been criti-
cized for spending $5,000 (the
actual sum was $4,000) for the
services of an eminently qualified
School Facilities Management
consultant, (totally. appropriate
and responsible in light of the,
work to be done), and. then blast-
ed for not hiring a consultant to
perform a thorough analysis of
the economic impact of the con-
solidation. She is responsible for.
our school systems not county


economic development.
As for. the allegation that she
has not been seeking "grant"
money: she is seeking grant
money from the "granddaddy" of
Florida Department of
Education's school construction
funding (its Special Facilities
Construction Account). This
funding was especially estab-
lished to provide financial assis-
tance to rural counties, such as
ours, that do not have a suffi-
cient tax base to fund necessary,
school construction projects.
Someone mistakenly referred
to this account as "our money" in
a letter to the editor It's not "our
money"' until we claim it.* Sadly,
and probably due to a lack of'
vision and foresight by our prior.
school administrators, Calhoun
County has never claimed "our'
:money," but neighboring coun-
ties. including Holmes
Washington, Jackson,', and
Gadsderi have all claimed "their
money Holmes ounmtv received
$46 million m funding from this
program for four different proj-"
ects. The .taxpayers' contribu-
tions to receive this money for
'their children? Approximately
10% of the total projects' 'costs!,
Can there really be citizens
opposed to investing in our chil-
dren (in the form of a 2 mill '
School Board levy) as these other
counties have? Can there really
be citizens that believe our chil-
dren are not as deserving as
theirs?
To Superintendent Neves and
the Calhoun County School
Board: I trust that you will act in
our children's best interests, vote
to consolidate our county high
schools, and do whatever neces-
sary to ,claim "every last dime"
that our children" are entitled to
so they benefit from the best
school system we can provide.
Godspeed.
Sincerely,,
Patti Lynn Wood'
FPrink
Dear Editor:
A passage'of the; school cohl-
solidation issue 'could mean
fewer morals in bur schools. In
another world 1, remained quiet
with such things. This 'was
wrong. ,I now feel we are' on the'
'verge of losing our schools and
iUS. Withholding historical sub-
jects from our institutions is
wrong" (#47 Tyranny -; The
Federalist Papers. In Modern
Language Indexed for. Today's
:Poltical Issues Edited by Mairy E.
Webster), ., ', '. .
i Through silence we are being
spooked.' We apparently are
keeping ourselves from knowing
about connections/pghts/duties
in constitutions anc biblical his-
Story School-government morali-
ty isn't on family-church agen-
das (Inspirational Study 'Bible
By Max Lucado. General Editor,
over 1564 Pages of Research
including hundreds of expert
support authors).
So, what.would this old patri-
ot-dreamer do? I would have a
complete school complex within
walking distance of every family
(Mossy Pond/Altha/Ocheessee
/Blountstown/Frlnk/Kinard/Hu
gh Creek) 'I would immediately
raise teachers' salaries to as high
as qualifications. I would have"
Children Homes on each corner
(it need be -Charles Colson's
elirrunating 44 million abortion
murders would have hm-iminated
immigrauog problem
Go to the Pioneer Settlement
and carefully look over the ihun-
dreds of graduates-etc photosl
on the wall at the old Frink
School Gymnasium Don't miss
the two-room school house with
it's old books and tables, wood
stoves, play hoops. and teacher's
name-date. on wall-etc,. Sign up
as a volunteer tour guide and
learn that a member of the Yon
Family donated this old school
house: the same family who built
the affluent house in the middle
of'the Settlement
Folks around here haven't
appeared to be short on educa-'.
fion. The first Florida politician I
ever met occurred at the
ULniversity of Miami Law School.
(when located at the old Fish '
Aquai-ium in. Coral Gables) His .'
name was Fuller Warren, a resi-
dent of Calhoun County, and a'
soon-to-be elected Florida
Governor. ..
SOut-of-town engineers-con-
solldation experts stated 'It will
cost eight million $a each to
rebuild three major; existIng
schools Itrom Altha to
Blountstownl The\ also stated
that one big new consolidated
school could run up to 34-35;
million$ with over-runs-etc. I'
couldn't help but think at the
time that three times eight is still
around twenty'-four (even at
Georgia birthplace) ;
Respectfully,
(Mike Calhoun, cc/cc
S (concernedcitizen/
calhouncounity)


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Celebrate homecoming
Blounislown Church of God will
S be celebrating Homecoming October
8th Morning Worship will begin at
10 4-5 with special singing.' Rev.
S- ..Robert Johnson will be the guest
'speaker. Lunch will follow in the fel-
,lowship hail Everyone is invited to
-.,..come and enjoy fellowship together.
-The churcri is located one block
Sotf' highway 20 behind R & R
Model aviators to host air show Warehouses For more information
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Oct. 7-8 at Parker Farms Wewa Open house at new
The public i, inited to the enter the pit areas fo'-ir a- up-,. Kingdom Hall Oct. 7,,


.16th Anntual Air Show of the'
Emerald Coast ., Model
Aviators in Wewahitchka on
October 7th and 8th. Pilots
from all over the southeast
will bring' their giant radio
controlled aircraft, mdst with
wingspans of 7 to 10 feet,
and. exhibit spectacular flying
skills for the enjoyment of the
spectators. Many of these
aircraft are scale models of
military and civiliafti aircraft
as well as some popular sport
.models.
At noon each day, there
will be a thrilling RC combat
demonstration and an oppor-
tunity' for the spectators to


close "show and tell" as the
pilots show off, their. aircraft
anid answer your questions.,
The, air show is held at
Parker Farms Campground
on CR 22A, two miles west of
Wewahltchka just off Hwy 22.
. Follow the "IMAA Air Show:"
signs. Flying will begin at.
'9:00 AM and last until 4:00
PM each day. This is a bene-
fit .for the Tatinfon Family
Children's Home. Inc. and a
parking donation of SI is
requested to that end. Visit
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The Blounistown congregation o
Jehovah's Witnesses would like to
invite, the .community to an opera
house ar their new Kingdom Hall or
Saturday October 7th The opera
house will be from 1:00 2:0,'p.m
CST with a dedcation 'talk following
The Hall is located at 20402 NE
Finley'Ave., 'behind the hospital. Al
are welcome
'Peanut Butter & Jelly
Wedding' encore set
The Peanut Buttqr & Jelly
Wedding was played to a lull house
on Sunday. September 24, at St
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opening the performance. every.
one's attention was on them from the
oeginnng ol mie show to the end! At
the end of the performance as peo-
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most frequent comment I heard.was,'
"I m really glad that I came!"
Presented by St Mary's Missionary
Baptist and St Paul AME Churches,
it could not have been more exciting
to the community as they have
requested a repeat performance!
If you missed the lirst snow you'll
have another chance to see the
Peanut Buntter & Jelly Wedding on
Sunday. October 22. 2006 at 4 p m
at St. Paul AME Church in
Blountstown. For more information,
call toll tree at 1-888-286-2773 x 81

Pine Grove Church to
start revival Oct. 9
Pine, Grove ,Church will be in
Revival starting October 9th begin-
ning at 7 00 p.m., Pastor Raymond .
Spith will be the guest speaker The
church is located on Wrennie Moody
Road off ol Hwy 71 S



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and we will eat around noon. Call
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