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TAKE A MEETING
What: Special session of
the Blountstowo City
Council.
Why: To talk pcli,:oe
department, Greenway,
and a variety of issues.
When: Tuesday, January
23, 6 p.m.
Where: Angle St. Complex
SOP SOME SYRUP
What: Pancake and
sausage breakfast
Why: Weekend sugar fix,
baby.
When: Saturday Jan. 20. 7
to 9 a m.
Where: Dixie Lodge on
16th Street in Blountstown.
WILDCAT CELEBRATION
What: Alth honme,,oming
parade.
Why: Because ever,lbodly
loves a parade (free
candy, duhhhh.)
When: Friday' Januoar 19.
1 p m.
Where: Downtown Altho.
You can also rang for the
alumni reception and
homecoming game at 6
p.m on campus.
FOR THE LOVE OF
DOWNTOWN
What: BlountstoWn Main
Street meeting
Why: Civic pride and all
that good stuff
When: Monday Januar'
22. 12 noon
Where: Connie' Kitcnen
on Central Avenue West



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TRAGEDY




Freak accident at local






car wash claims toddler


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
An ordinary trip to the car wash
turned tragic last Thursday when a
toddler lost her life in a freak acci-
dent.
According to the Blountstown
Police Department, Gemariel Brown,
18, stopped by the 87 Depot gas sta-
tion (formerly Shell) on Central
Avenue West just after 2 p.m. As she
vacuumed out her vehicle, her 18
month old daughter, Jaharra Brown,
slipped away to the automatic car
wash just 35 feet from their vehicle.
A woman and her four year old were
running their vehicle through the car
wash at the time and the child
looked down to see Jaharra in the


machine. The preschooler alerted his
mother who began screaming for
help.
The first official on the scene was
Blountstown Fire Chief Ben Hall.
'That's the worst thing I've seen in
eight years," Chief Hall tells The
County Record. "You don't expect
something like that and there's no
way to prepare yourself for it.-You
see a child laying there with that
type of injury and it sets you back a
bit. But in that same split second
you flip into emergency mode. I had
Chad Dees with me and he's a fire-
fighter EMT. He happened to be at
the fire station."
As Chief Hall secured the area,
Dees began taking vitals and trying
to stabilize the child who was uncon-


scious. Paramedics with Emergystat
Ambulance Service quickly arrived.
"I saw some fine EMS work go on in
the back of that ambulance," Chief
Hall remarks. 'Those guys did a
great job."
Jaharra was taken via helicopter
to Tallahassee Memorial Hospital
where she died a short time later.
Officers with the Blountstown
Police Department arrived and inves-
tigated the scene. No charges have
been filed in the case.
For those working the accident,
the tragedy was overwhelming.
"Having a two year old daughter, I
went and spent a little time with
her," says Chief Hall.
See ACCIDENT, page 2


BLOUNTISTOWN CITY COUNCIL


HARPOOL, SHOEMAKE TAKE OFFICE
The Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce hosted a reception last Tuesday afternoon to welcome
new Blountstown mayor, Marsha Harpool, along with new incoming councilman, Tony Shoemake. Harpool
is the first female and black mayor for the city. Pictured above after presenting the key to the city to Harpool
are (from left) Chamber President Vicki Montford, Main Street President Angie Hill, Mayor Harpool, outgoing
Mayor Winston Deason, Chamber Operations Manager Marti Vickery, Chamber board members Martha
Settlemire and Janice Watson,and Councilman Tony Shoemake.


NOMINATE SOMEONE


Citizen of


the Year


sought
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
The Calhoun County
Chamber of Commerce is on a
quest to find the Citizen of the
Year and your help is needed. .
The public is invited to sub-
mit nominees and the winner
will be honored at the 60th
Annual Chamber of Commerce
banquet set for March 15.
Please submit your nomina-
tion via mail or hand delivery
to: Calhoun County Chamber
of Commerce, 20816 Central
Ave E, Suite 2, Blountstown, FL
32424 (County Extension
.Office). Nominations can also
be faxed to 674-4962. The
deadline for entries is Feb. 15.
For more information, call
Chamber Operations Manager
Marti Vickery at 674-4519.


Local man sustains minor


injuries in Hwy. 69 rollover
A Blountstown man is recovering from minor injuries after crashing his
pickup on Hwy, 69 South Thursday night. Authorities say Trey Wood was
southbound in the early evening hours when his vehicle left the roadway
near Gum Street in Pine Island. The truck reportedly jumped the Nettle
Ridge VFD sign before colliding with a pine tree and overturning. Wood
was treated and released from Calhoun-Liberty Hospital. The accident
was investigated by the Florida Highway Patrol.


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HAND TERMINATED


CityMgL


fired by


Council
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
The first meeting of the
new year for the
Blountstown




decade of JIMMY HAND
was fired
after a
decade -of Jimmy HAND
service.
Every year in January,
the Council decides whether
or not to reappoint the city
manager, police chief, and
attorney. However, when
Councilman John
Tomlinson, Jr. made a
motion to rehire Hand, no
one would second it and the
motion died. Hand then
thanked the Council, said he
would clear out his office,
and left the meeting.
"I was very surprised,"
Hand tells The County
Record.
Over the weekend,
Finance Director Kim
Tanner submitted her resig-
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Sgt. Fred Tanner of the Blountstown Police Department (left)
and Major Roman Wood of the Calhoun County Sheriff's Office
Investigate the area surrounding the automatic car wash on
West Central Avenue where a tragic accident claimed the life
of a local toddler Thursday.


A accident con t'd


Funeral arrangements for
little Jaharra are being han-
dled by Vann Funeral Home


in Marianna, ph. 850/482-
3300. Her obituary was not
available at press time.


Elder Care Services, RSVP

to host recruitment breakfast


Elder Care Services and
RSVP invites you to our
recruitment breakfast. If
you, or if you know of anyone
who would like to volunteer
in your community please
come out and join the fun on
January 26, from 9 a.m.
until 11 a.m. at the
Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement, in the Frink
Gym.


There are many volunteer
positions that need to be
filled. There will be free food,
entertainment, door prizes
and much more.
If you are interested, in
participating please give
Maranda Hartman a call at
674-2777, or e-mail me at
mhartman@ppsmuseum.org.
Please come out and sup-
port your community.


I LTEST TEEIO


Letter to the Editor,
I need help locating the
burial site of Artimacy
Emeline Wood Stone, my
great grandmother. She is
the daughter of Silas and
Prudence Wood, a sister of
Caroline and A.J. Wood. Her
second marriage was to Geo.
Davis and the third was to
Willis Harris. Contact met at
sjstone@cruzio.com.
Dewey Stone
1138 El Solyo Hgts. Dr.
Felton, CA 95018

Letter to the Editor:
The benefits of a college
education are no secret.
With a college degree, young
adults have more career
choices and the opportunity
to provide financial security
for their families. The U.S.
Department of Labor reports
that a college graduate can
earn, on average, $1 million
more over a lifetime than
someone who doesn't go to
college.
For many Florida families,
the question isn't whether to
send their children to college,
but how they will afford to do
so. The Florida Prepaid
College Board provides a safe
and affordable option: the
Florida Prepaid College Plan.
The plan allows families to
prepay the cost of a college
education today. The Florida
Prepaid College Plan is a safe


and affordable way to save
for college.
In many cases, the savings
for a family can be dramatic.
According to Ernst & Young,
the Board's actuarial con-
sulting firm, when today's
newborns enter college in 18
years, the cost of a four-year
education at a Florida public
university (tuition, local fees
and dormitory housing) will
be approximately $98,000.
With the Prepaid College
Plan, parents of a newborn
today can purchase four
years of tuition, local fees
and dormitory housing at a
Florida public university for
approximately $30,000 if
made in a lump-sum pay-
ment, and save more than
$68,000.
To lock in current plan
prices, enroll by Wednesday,
January 31, 2007. This year,
tuition plan prices start at
less than $25 a month for the
two-year community college
plan.
Education opens the door
to opportunity. The Florida
Prepaid College Plan can help
families save for college and
prepare their children for the
future.


Thank you,
Ted Hoepner
Chairman
Florida Prepaid College
Board


rhe ounta t cord City Manager cont'd


nation.
"The city has about $2
million worth of work to do
this year," says Hand, who is
also an engineer. "We've been
successful with $1.2 million
coming from the state.
Unfortunately, they're going
.to have to go out and hire
engineering services. The
City did have significant sav-
ings with myself and Kim
Tanner there."
Despite the way his tenure
ended, Hand says he wishes
only the best for the City of
Blountstown. "I appreciate
having been there for the last
10 years," he remarks. "I got
to see my children grow up in
Calhoun County. I think
we've accomplished a lot in
the city and I want to see
great things for the city."
Mayor Marsha Harpool
had taken her oath of office
just moments before what


she thought would be a rou-
tine item came up on the
agenda. "I was extremely sur-
prised," she says. "I knew
from talking with people as I
was campaigning there was
some concern, but I never
dreamed they were to that
magnitude."
Mayor Harpool says the
city is in good hands and she
is confident everything will
work out fine. "We met with
all the department heads on
Thursday," she reports.
"Each one of the department
heads felt comfortable at that
time that they could help
keep the city afloat until we
could advertise and get a new
city manager. [Assistant City
Manager] Marc Tomlinson
stepped up to the plate and
said he could work with the
department heads."
Councilman Tomlinson
says he is baffled as to why


the other council members
would not second his motion
to rehire Hand. "I think
Jimmy did a good job over
the years, he did a wonderful
job for the City of
Blountstown and I hate to
see it go down like this,"
Tomlinson remarks. "The
time Jimmy gave us brought
the city a long way in devel-
opment of our sewer system,
water system... all of our pro-
grams in the city are light
years ahead of where they
were. I hate to see Jimmy go.
He's going to be missed
tremendously."
Councilman Clifford
Jackson said he did not want
to see Hand fired, but hoped
they could have talked about
issues and kept him on
board. "I may have done it
the wrong way, but I thought
if the motion died, we could
come back and have a meet-


ing with the city manager
and discuss some things," he
says. "It was not my intention
not to bring him back. I think
he got kind of upset and one
thing led to another. I was
really shocked."
Councilwoman Janie Boyd
has only positive things to
say about Hand. "He was
very dedicated and did a good
job for the city," she states. "I
hate that it came down the
way it did."
New guy on the block,
Councilman Tony Shoemake,
also took the high road when
asked to comment. "The
city's going through some
changes," he noted. "We need
to keep moving ahead in a
positive direction."
A special meeting is
planned Tuesday, Jan. 23, at
6 p.m. to discuss a variety of
issues including the police
department and Greenway.


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Blountstown city leaders are honored
New Blountstown Mayor Marsha Harpool presented two awards after she took her oath of office last Tuesday. She is ihn.-. n
above with outgoing Mayor Winston Deason, Councilman Steve Bailey, and City Manager Jimmy Hand after presenting De.,:--,n
and Bailey with plaques in appreciation for their dedication and service. Below, Mayor Harpool and new Councilman Tony
Shoemake are sworn in by City Attorney David House.


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Garden Club members

learn lesson in grafting


Torreya Garden Club
members learned about
Grafting when they met at
6:30 p.m. Monday, January
8th, at the County Extension
Building. Pres. Sandra
Parrish presided.
Alice Williford read a love-
ly selection for Devotions -
"Legends say that humming-
birds float free of time, carry-
ing our hopes for love, joy,
and celebration. The hum-
nmiingbird's delicate grace
remind us that life is rich;
beauty is everywhere; every
personal action has meaning
and laughter is life's sweetest
creation." She closed with a
prayer.
Delicious refreshments
were served by Dot and J.
Mack Ayers. The buffet table
was beautifully decorated
and the food was "yummy."
Pres. Parrish introduced
Mr. Wayne Tharpe, an
instructor at the Washington-
Holmes Technical Center in
Chipley. The facility provides
occupational training in a
wide variety of fields such as:
Cosmetology, Carpentry, Air
Conditioning, Landscaping,
Practical Nursing, etc.
Mr. Tharpe demonstrated


two methods of Grafting: (1)
Grafting inserts several buds
into the rootstock. (2)
Budding inserts only one bud
into the rootstock. The scion
is the top part of the graft.
The rootstock is the bottom
part. It is also possible to Arc
graft which involves setting a
container plant beside a
plant in the ground. A limb
from one plant is fastened
and,. \Tapped to the limbs of
the other plant.
Mr. Thiar-peaid to use a
good granting knife, clean
your tools thoroughly, and be
sure the buds point upward.
Mr. Tharpe's informative
talk and demonstration lift
us "gardeners" confident we
can make a successful graft.
Thanks, Mr.. Tharpe.
Pres. Parrish presented
Mr. Tharpe with a beautiful
plant as a '"Thank You!"
Mary Alice Minnick
announced Residential Yard-
of-the-Month to Gary and
Imogene Watterson, 17042
NW 1st Street, Blountstown
and Business Yard-of-the-
Month went to the Old
Courthouse, Blountstown.
The next meeting will be in
February.


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Come celebrate fun and
friendship after 50 as one
woman meets the big "five-o"
with the help of six friends of
the Red Hat Society in the
musical celebration "Hats".
A great time, no matter what
side of 50 you're .on! This
Broadway production is only
in our area for a 3-month
period, so come travel with
the Calhoun County Senior
Citizens Assocciation to New
Orleans for this show March
1-2.
The trip includes:
Motorcoach to and from New
Orleans, admission to play,


one dinner, one breakfast,
one nights lodging. The cost
of the trip is (each person in
room pays this): $179
pp/dbl. occupancy, $244
pp/single occupancy, $159
pp/triple, $149 pp/quad.
Deposit of $50 is due by
February 1st, with the bal-
ance due by February 25th.
If you would like to go,
please give Marilyn or Sarah
a call at 674-4163 or toll free
1-800-391-6134.

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MARGARET CARRERA
Miss Margaret Carrera, age
85, of Blountstown, formerly of
Altha, passed away Tuesday,
January 9, 2007 at Gulf Coast
Medical Center. Miss Carrera
was a native of Key West
Florida and moved here in
1947.
Survivors include her care-
giver Julia Roper of
Blountstown and all the staff
and residents of Ropers'
Extended Home Care Facility.
Graveside services for Miss
Carrera were held at 2:00 p.m.,
Friday,. January 12, 2007 at
Magnolia Baptist Church
Cemetery. Interment followed.
Hall Funeral Home in Altha
was in charge of the arrange-
ments. 850-762-3965.

MELVIN L. HALL
Mr. Melvin L. Hall, age 84, of
Altha died Wednesday,
January 10, 2007 at his resi-
dence. Mr. Hall was a lifelong
resident of Altha. He was a
very dedicated member of the
Kingdom Hall in Blountstown.
He loved talking about the
Bible, his fruit trees, and gar-
dening. Mr. Hall was preceded
in death by his wife, Lillian
Hall; his brothers: Sherman,
Douglas, Hilmer, Charles,
Marvin, and Lee, as well as his
sisters: Ollie Shelton, Ethel
Yon, and Vada Hall.
Mr. Hall is survived by five
sons: Alan Hall and wife, Ann
of Altha, Kim Hall of Altha,
Tony Hall of Altha, Quinton
Hall and wife, April of Panama
City, and Bryan Hall of Altha;
one daughter, Sue Willis and
husband, John of Altha; eleven
grandchildren: Joseph Hall,
Alicia Hall, John L. Willis,
Sarah Willis, Isaac 'Willis,
Hannah Willis, Hadessah
Willis, Benjamin Willis, Caleb
Willis, Kenny Johnson, and
Cody Servin; one great-grand-
daughter on the way.
Funeral services for Mr. hall
were held at 2:00 p.m.
Saturday, January 13, 2007 at
the Kingdom Hall in
Blountstown with James Kahle
officiating. Burial followed in
New Shiloh Cemetery with Hall
Funeral Home directing.
Hall Funeral was in charge
of the arrangements. 850-762-
3965.

MARGARET WIMBERLY
HANSFORD
Mrs. Margaret. Wimberly
Hansford, age 81, of the
Alliance Community, died
Saturday, January 13, 2007 at
the Big Bend Hospice House in
Tallahassee. Mrs. Hansford
was the daughter of Robert
Ethan Wimberly and Perlina
Keel Wimberly. Mrs. Hansford
was a lifelong resident of the
Alliance Community and a
member of the Mount Olive
Baptist Church. She enjoyed
knitting, sewing, crocheting,
gardening, quilting, and flow-
ers. Mrs. Hansfoi-d was pre-
ceded in death by her hus-
band, Fred "Ted" Hansford,
sisters: Lois Neel, Feril
Peacock, and Pearl Wimberly;
brothers: Alba Leon, Bernie,
Bruce, Raymond, and Edwin
Wimberly.
Survivors include: one
daughter, Elizabeth McKinnie
of Sneads; one granddaughter,
Dr. Vikki McKinnie and hus-
band, Butch Bundy of
Tallahassee; one great grand-
daughter, Payton Elizabeth
Bundy; one sister, Helen
Roberts of Wewahitchka one
brother, Sidney Wimberly;
brother-in-law, Robert
Hansford and wife, Daisy; sis-
ter-in-law, Eva Hansford; as
well as several nieces and
nephews.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Hansford were held at 2:00
p.m. CST, Monday, January
15, 2007 at Mount Olive
Baptist Church in the Alliance
Community. Burial followed in
Mount Olive Cemetery with
Hall Funeral Home directing.
Donations may be made to


Big Bend Hospice, 1723 Mahan
Center Blvd, Tallahassee, Fl
32308-5428. Hall Funeral
Home in Altha was in charge of
the arrangements, ph. 850-
762-3965.
MARTHA H. LEATH
Mrs. Martha H. Leath, 89, of
Blountstown, passed away
Thursday evening, January 11,
2007, in Blountstown.
Mrs. Leath was born in
Brewton, Alabama, and had
lived in Panama City most of
her life, living in Blountstown
for the past seven years. She
was a Baptist.
Survivors include her son,
Hayes Leonard, and his wife,
Hester, of Blountstown; a sis-
ter, Minnie Hayes Rast, of
Birmingham; two grandchil-
dren, Joe Leonard and his wife,
Heather, and Mike Leonard
and his wife, Sue; five great
grandchildren, William, Daniel,
Michael, David and James
Patrick Leonard; a special
cousin, Boiling Brooks; and
many very special nieces and
nephews.
Funeral services were held
3:00 PM Friday, January 12,
from the Pine Memorial
Cemetery near Blountstown
with Reverend Edgar Fuqua
officiating. In lieu of flowers,
contributions can be made to
the Florida Baptist Children's
Home, P.O. Box 8190,
Lakeland, FL 33802 or to your
favorite charity.
Adams Funeral Home was
'in charge of the arrangements,
ph. 674-5449 or online at
www.adamsfh.com.

JOSH OWEN
Mr. Josh Owen, of
Thompson Station, TN, died
Saturday, January 13, 2007.
Mr. Owen was a native of
Davidson County and spent
most of, his life in Middle
Tennessee and Panama City,
Florida. He attended
Blountstown High School, was
a graduate of Holloway High
School, Murfreesboro,
Tennessee Class of 1996 and
was a carpenter.
Mr. Owen is survived by his
wife, Tiffany Owen; a son,
Nicholas Owen; daughterslJ
Alyssa and Courtney Owen, all
of Shelbyville, TN; his mother,
Brenda Milom and husband,
Michael LaVergne, TN; father,
Michael Owen and wife, Trudy,
Hawaii; grandfather, Jesse
Owen and wife, Linda,
Thompson Station, TN; stepfa-
ther, Marshall Ownby,
Murfreesboro, TN; stepbrother,
Mark Ownby, Nashville, TN;
many aunts, uncles and
cousins.
Funeral services were held
Wednesday, January 17, 2007
at 1:00 p.m. from the chapel of
Lawrence- Funeral Home with
Bro. Tom Shaw and Rev. Owen
Ivery officiating.. Burial fol-
lowed in Owen Cemetery in
Eagleville, TN. Serving as ball-
bearers were Michael Owen,
Thomas Owen, Bubba Owen,
Robert Owen, Mark Ownby,
Jimmy Owen, Ed Owen,
Aldrick Peterson and
Christopher Harper. Memorial
donations may be made to the
Josh Owen Children's Trust
Fund at any First Tennessee
Bank.
Lawrence Funeral Home
and Cremation Services,
Chapel Hill, Tennessee was in
charge of the arrangements.
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ALICE MABELENE "MABEL"
SCHULER
Mrs. Alice Mabelene "Mabel"
Schuler, 77, of Altha, died
Sunday, December 24, 2006,
at her residence.
Mrs. Schuler was a lifelong
resident of Altha. She enjoyed
working in her yards, flowers,
and working her goldfish pond.
Mrs. Schuler was preceded
in death by her husband, Walt
Schuler.
Survivors include one son,
Robert Mears, and wife,
Jennifer, of Altha; one step
son, Danny Schuler, and wife,
Elaine, of Knoxville, Tn; two
step daughters, Trena
Senwick, and husband, Bryan,
of Haleyville, Al, and Sharon
Ham and husband, Jim, of
House Spring, Mo; one brother,
A.L. O'Bryan, and wife, Alice, of
Atlanta, Ga; two sisters,
Thelma Barfield and Lillian
Lacompte; as well as nine
grandchildren and five great
grandchildren.
A memorial service is
planned for 2:00 p.m.,.
Sunday, January 21, 2007 at
Hall Funeral Home in Altha.
.Hall Funeral Home in Altha
was in charge of the arrange-
ments, ph. 850-762-3965.


Workshop offers insight



on Alzheimer's disease


The Alzheimer's Rural
Care Healthline (ARCH)
program, in conjunction
with the Alzheimer's
Project, Inc and
Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital Memory
Disorder Clinic will pro-
vide a free "workshop
entitled "Hope and
Help For Family
Caregivers" on
Thursday, January 25, at
the Quincy Senior,
Center at 79 LaSalle
Leffall Drive in Quincy.
The workshop will be
held from 5:30 pm to
8:30 pm.
During the main ses-
sion, experts will provide
information for care-
givers and healthcare
providers about the
basics of Alzheimer's
I


disease and other relat-
ed dementias,
Alzheimer's drug treat-
ments, managing chal-
lenging behaviors and
the challenges and
rewards of family care-
giving. After the main
session, participants are
invited to address con-
cerns and questions
about the disease,
management, treat-
ment and caregiver
support with a panel of
experts
In addition to support
from several community
partners, including The
City of Quincy,
Gadsden Community
Health Council, Big
Bend Hospice and Big
Bend AHEC, the work-
shop is made possible


by a grant from the
Johnnie B. Byrd
Alzheimer's Center and
Research Institute. The
workshop is also spon-
sored by Humana.
Humanq will provide
dinner and a represen-
tative will be on hand to
offer guidance through
the Medicare process
and explain other ben-
efits that they offer.
If you or someone
you know Is taking care
of a person with
Alzheimer's disease,
memory loss or demen-
tia, please call ARCH
toll-free at (1-866-778-
2724) for more Informa-
tion. on the. workshop
and our free education
and counseling services


for caregivers.


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Deadline Monday Noon
Email news@thecountyrecord.net


Gospel sing at Abe

Springs Baptist

The Abe Springs Baptist
Church will be having a
gospel sing on Saturday,
January 20th. The sing will
feature local talent and will
start at 6:00 p.m. CST. The
church is located at 13913
SW CR 275, Blountstown.
Everyone is cordially invited
to come and participate. For
more information please call
674-5880. Pastor Allen Pitts
and congregation extend an
invitation to everyone.

Royal City to sing

at Abe Spgs. PHC

Brother Bobby Conrad will
preach the morning service
at Abe Springs Pentecostal
Holiness Church on January
21st at 11:00 a.m.
Pastor Michael Morris and
congregation would like
everyone to come and be a
part of this service and also
to worship in song with Royal
City of Dothan, Ala for
evening services starting at
5:00 p.m.
The church is located on
County Road 275 South in


Blountstown. For more infor-
mation please call 762-2292.

Poplar Head plans

revival services

Poplar Headt Baptist
Church will be hosting a
revival January 21st-24th.
Evangelist Ronnie Smith
of Savannah, GA will be
bringing the messages.
Singer/songwriter Louis
Kathman will be ministering
in music Monday-
Wednesday.
Services will be Sunday
morning at 11:00 am,
Sunday-Tuesday evening at
6:00 p.m., and Wednesday
evening at 6:30 p.m.
A nursery will be provided.

Children's Home

singers to perform

A group of girls from the
Lighthouse Children's Home
in Tallahassee will. be visiting
Red Oak Mennonite Church
in Blountstown on Sunday,
Jan. 21, at 6:30 p.m.
The group will be singing
and giving testimonies.
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Sunday School 10:00 AM
Morning Worship 11:00 AM
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boys basketball game.
Refreshments will be served
at no charge. School memo-
rabilia will be on display
including old yearbooks.
Come join us prior to the
game or during halftime to
celebrate our 101st year at
Altha School. Call Paige
White at 674-3365 in the
evenings for more informa-
tion or if you have any ques-
tions.


Blountstown Woman's Club

meets Thursday, Civic Center


The Blountstown Woman's
Club will meet Thursday,
Jantiary 18, at 11:45 a.m. in
the Board Room at the W.T.
Neal Civic Center for its regu-


Happy 99th Birthday!!
Mr. Freddie Porter celebrated his 99th birthday on January
15, 2007, with friends, family, and staff at Parthenon Healthcare
of Blountstown. Mr. Freddie was born in Blountstown in 1908. He
says his secret to a long life is minding your own business! Mr.
Freddie is pictured above with (from left) Shay Young, LPN, Ann
Spears from the housekeeping department, Paige Tolley, RN,
Karla Nichols, ADON, and Ken Speights, Director of Social
Services. Happy birthday, Mr. Freddie, and we wish you many
more!


Happy "3rd" Birthday!!
arson Duncan will cele-
brate his 3rd birthday on
SJanuor 1 crh. Corson is the
r, n o. Cnri an..:l Lone Duncan,
of Blour 'it:t,... His grandpar-
ents are Gary and Judy
SDuncan of Clarksville, David
Underwood of Otto, NC, and
Gayle Suggs of Blountstown.
Carson celebrated his
I birthday with a party with all
his family and friends. He
enjoys playing with his trac-
tors and trucks,


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HAPPY 30th BIRTHDAY,
BRIAN BEILER!!
January 19, 2007
We love you, Tiffany & Jacob


Happy 50th Birthday!!
Marvin Williams was hon-
ored with a 50th birthday cel-
ebration on' Dec. 30 at the
Williams Ranch. Guests were
treated to low country boil,
birthday cake, and fireworks.
The son of Laddie and Virginia
Williams, Marvin is a
Blountstown native and now
resides in Tallahassee where
he works for the Florida Dept.
of Financial Services.





HAPPY 94th BIRTHDAY,
MRS. VINNIE TERRY!!
January 9, 2007
Love, Jason & Missy


lar "brown-bag" lunch.
We look forward to seeing
you at the meeting Pand a
good get together. Pres.
Jessie Mae Price will preside.
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Morgan Elizabeth Foster
Baleigh would like to announce the birth of her sister,
Morgan Elizabeth.
She was born September 26, 2006 at Jackson County
Hospital, She weighed 7 pounds 13 ounces and was 20-1/4
inches long.
She is the daughter.of Trisha and Jeremy Foster of Altha.
Grandparents are Fletcher and Debbie Parrish of Altha and
Tommy and Cassie Foster of Clarksville,
Morgan was welcomed home by her big sister, Baleigh, and
family and friends.


The Altha PTO will be
sponsoring an alumni recep-
tion for present and former
students, teachers, staff
members and school board
members of Altha Public
School.
The reception will be held
Friday, January 19th, in the
music room (Look for signs).
Guests are welcome to join
us at 6:00 p.m. and festivities
will end following the varsity


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Elizabeth Grace McMillan
Philip and Marianne
McMillan are proud to
announce the birth of their
daughter, Elizabeth Grace,
who was born on October
23rd, in Hattiesburg,
Mississippi,
Elizabeth weighed 9
pounds, 10 ounces, and was
22 inches long.
Maternal grandparents
are Burke and Eva Hayes and
paternal grandparents are
Philip and Suella McMillan, all
of Blountstown.


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The Calhoun County Board

of County Commissioners
will hold their regular scheduled
Board Meetings and Planning
Commission Meetings in the
Courtroom/Boardroom, across the
street from the Courthouse in the
County Extension Building.



MEETING TIMES

1st Tuesday of Each Month
Board Meeting at 2:00 P.M.
3rd Tuesday of Each Month
Planning Commission Meeting at 4:00 P.M.
3rd Tuesday of Each Month
Board Meeting at 5:00 P.M.
Jan. 10, 17,2007


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The County Record, JANUARY 17, 2007, Page 6


Homecoming game Friday against Bethlehem




Varsity Wildcats sweep Gators


BY JIM McINTOSH


VARSITY WILDCATS
SWEEP GATORS; SURVIVE
BULLDOGS' LATE RALLY
WEWAHITCHKA,
JANUARY 9 Gator huntin'
is a risky sport. But the
Wildcats (10-4) have found it
to their liking this year as
they downed Wewahitcka (3-
11) last Tuesday night for the
fourth straight time .this year,
61-40. The Wildcats had
beaten the Gators in the pre-
season tournament, the
Rivertown Christmas Classic,
and two times during the reg-
ular season.
The Wildcats had 12-11
lead after one quarter of play
and extended it to 27-18 at
intermission. Going into the
final period, Altha had a 42-
27 advantage and the Cats
poured in 19 points in the
last quarter.
Altha shot a blistering
81% from the field and they
had three players in double
figures. Jason Holland
recorded his sixth double
double of the season with his
team-leading 17 points and
f10 rebounds. He also had 3
steals. Cale Chafin had the
hot hand in three-point land
as he knocked down 3 of his
4 attempts on his way to a
14-point performance.
Chafin had 5 assists, 2
rebounds, a steal and he
blocked a shot attempt.
Kevin Saldana made good on
his 4 field goal attempts and
all 4 of his free throw oppor-
tunities for 12 points.
Saldana cleared 7 rebounds,
blocked 2 Gators' shots, and
he had a steal.
Josh McIntosh put up 8
points, pulled down 9
rebounds, and he was credit-
ed with 7 assists.. Andrew
Brazell contributed 4 points
to the Cats' cause along with
a rebound. Both Corde
Beauchamp and Nathan
Castaneda added 3 points
each. Beauchamp stroked a
3-pointer and he had 3
assists. Castaneda cleared 7
rebounds and he has credit-
ed with 4 assists.
Altha's junior varsity team
(5-6) also swept the Gators,
this season with a 49-43 win
as they found their range
from beyond the arc, stroking
6 of their 12 shot attempts.
Jake Edenfield had a sea-
son-high 19 points, including
3 of 5 3-pointers. He was
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rebounds, and 2 steals.
Ethan Byler just missed a
double double as he had 9
points and 10 rebounds.
Also, he had 2 assists,
blocked a shot attempt and
Byler had a steal. Corey
Johnson stroked both of his
three-point attempts and a
field goal to post 8 points. As
well, Johnson had an assist
and a steal. Seventh-grader
Will Rogers' had the move of
the night. His Gator defend-
er came flying through the air
to block his shot. Rogers
sidestepped him and nailed
his 3-pointer. Both Josh
Warner and Caleb Willis had
2 points each. Warner pulled
down 2 rebounds. Willis
cleared 4 boards along with
an assist.
BRISTOL, JANUARY 12 -
Five is the Wildcats' number
when they play the Bulldogs.
Earlier this season they post-
ed a 46-41 Den win over
Liberty County and last
Friday night, Altha (11-4)
survived a late Bulldogs' (3-8)
trapping defense and scoring
barrage to walk away with a
49-44 victory.
The game was tied at the
end of the opening stanza,
11-11. Altha put up 15 on
the Dogs in the second quar-
ter to take a 26-16 lead into
the locker room. The
Wildcats had cruised to a 19-
point lead, 41-22, going into
the final period. However,
Altha surrendered 22 points
to the Bulldogs in the fourth
quarter but held on to secure
their eleventh win of the sea-
son.
Josh McIntosh led the
Wildcats in scoring with 17
points, including 2 3-point-
ers. He cleared 6 rebounds,
had 6 steals, swatted away 3
Bulldogs' shot attempts, and
he recorded 3 assists. Jason
Holland racked up his sev-
enth double double of the
season with 12 points and 12
rebounds. He also had 3
steals, 2 blocked shot
attempts, and 2 assists.
Corde Beauchamp was good
for '7 points, including a 3-
pointer: He snagged 9
rebounds, had 2 steals. Both
'Nathan Castaneda and Kevin
Saldana posted 6 points
apiece. Castaneda cleared 7
rebounds and he had an
assist. Saldana had 4
rebounds; an assist and he
blocked a shot attempt.
The Cats would like to
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Beauchamp

bags his fifth

buck of year
Tim Beauchamp of Altha
stopped by The County
Record this week to show off
this buck he. killed during a
recent hunting trip. He
bagged this 10 point, 200 lb.
deer in an undisclosed loca-
tion in northern Calhoun
County. This was his fifth deer
of the season.


their support. They didn't
stop cheering the whole
fourth quarter and helped the
guys to hold off the Bulldogs'
rally. Great job, girls, keep it
up!
Unlike their previous per-
formance, the JV Cats (5-7)
couldn't find their 3-point
range and fell to the
Bulldogs, 44-25.
Ethan Byler claimed his
seconded double double this
year with a 10 rebounds and
a 12 points performance. He
also lhad 2 assists, a blocked
sho attempt, and a steal.
BenisWillis connected with 4
points. He was credited with
3 steals, 2 assists, and a
rebotmd. Four Altha players
added 2 points: Jake
Edenfield, Will Rogers,
Steven Vassallo, and Josh
Warner. Edenfield claimed 3
rebounds, 2 steals, and an
assist. Rogers snared 2
rebounds. Vassallo pulled
down 2 rebounds and he had
a steal. Also, Caleb Willis
recorded his first blocked
shot attempt of the season.
Last Friday's Tallahassee
Democrat had the Altha varsi-
ty boys ranked #10 in the Big
Bend. Tomorrow night
(Thursday) the Wildcats take
that #10 ranking to Srieads
and battle with the Pirates in
an important district match
for the varsity 'Cats. Altha is
0-2 in district play and they
need this win. Wildcat fans,
they'll need your support so
let's pack the Pirates' gym
and crank it up for the Cats!
The junior varsity game tips


off at 6:00 p.m. and the var-
sity match is slated for a 7:30
p.m. start.
This Friday night is home-
coming! So come early to get
a good seat, wear your purple
and gold, and get loud as
Altha hosts the Bethlehem
Wildcats. Junior varsity
action gets underway at 6:00


p.m. and the varsity tilt is
scheduled for 7:30 p.m.
Next Thursday's last home
game against Poplar Springs
will also be Senior Night.
Before the start of the varsity
game, our two seniors,
Nathan Castaneda and Jason
Holland will be honored. The
junior varsity game starts at


6:00 p.m. and the varsity tip-
off will be at 7:30 p.m.
For up-to-date Wildcat
stats, go to
www.maxpreps.com and
check out the sports section
of each Friday's edition of the
Tallahassee Democrat.
I'll see you at the games
and GO WILDCATS!!!


Two Lady Bulldogs sign scholarships
The Lady Bulldog volleyball team at Liberty County High School has plenty to be proud of as two
members of their team received scholarships last week, Lindsey Nobles and Dayna Ramsey
both signed last Tuesday to play for Pensacola Junior College. Pictured (from left) are PJC
Coach Pena, LCHS Principal Gay Lewis, Nobles, Ramsey, LCHS Coach Marra, and Asst. Coach
Dustin Marra. Lindsey is the daughter of Kim and Regina Nobles. Dayna is the daughter of
Rhonda and Jerry Lewis and the late Marshall Ramsey.


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The County Record, JANUARY 17, 2007, Page 7


After losses to Chipley and Sneads...



Tigers on the road


The Blountstown Lady Tigers recently ended their season with an impressive 11-1 record. Team
members include'(seated, from left) Megan Brown, Jordan Griffin, Courtney MacFarland, Mary
Bontrager; (middle row) Davina Fountain, Bobbie Hammond, Faith Bell, Montoya Garrett,
La'keyra Clay, (standing) Brina Davis, Tiffany Abbott, Chelsea Baker, Tasheana Brown, and Selena
Williams.


BMS Lady Tigers post



impressive 11-1 record


BY COACH ED THOMAS
The Blountstown Middle
School Lady Tiger Basketball
team has finished an excel-
lent season with an 11 and 1
record. The season consisted
of many exciting and compet-
itive games. The Lady Tigers
won games against stiff com-
petition like Tolar, Quincy


Shanks, and Riversprings
Middle Schools.
The Lady Tigers were lead
by 8th graders Selena
Williams, Faith Bell, Montoya
Garrett, Chelsea Baker,
Tasheana Brown, and Brina
Davis. Seventh graders
include Tiffany Abbott, Mary
Bontrager, Megan Brown,
and La'keyra Clay. The 6th


Saddle Club horse


shows begin Feb. 3


The Florida Panhandle
Saddle Club will begin its
2007 horse shows on
February 3rd, at 12:00 Noon
on Highway 20 at the Skeet
Davis Arena at the Sam
Atkins Park in Blountstown.
This is a five-event for all
ages competing with their
horses in barrel racing, pole
bending. Texas barrels, jack-
pots, and other fun activities.
The show will begin on the
first Saturday of every month
starting in February. Points
awarded at each show will be
calculated monthly for
awards at the end of season.


Entry fee is $3.00 per
event or Exhibition is $2.00.
1st, 2nd, & 3rd place win-
ners will be awarded money
with 4th, 5th & 6th place
winners awarded ribbons.
Membership dues are $30
per family or $20 for singles.
You do not have to be a mem-
ber to participate.
We would like to welcome
all new members or specta-
tors. If you need any infor-
mation, please contact Larry
Barbee at 850-674-5766 or
Robin Clemons at 850-674-
3570.


Blue Springs topic of


meeting on Thursday


MARIANNA- The public is
invited to attend a meeting of
the Blue Springs Working
Group, Thursday, Jan. 18,
from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., in the
Chipola Continuing
Education Center.
All citizens interested in
issues related to the Blue
Springs Basin are encour-
aged to attend.
Topics for the meeting will
include: Blue Springs
Recreation Area; row crop
best management practices;
spring water age study;
nitrogen removing septic sys-
tems; nitrate sources
"old school" cave diving;
springs protection standards
adopted by Wakulla County;
planned nutrient and pesti-
cide study in the Chipola
River/Floridan Aquifer; and
a group discussion of spring-
related issues.
Jackson Blue Springs-
known locally as Blue
Springs-has the second


highest nitrate levels of any
first magnitude spring in
Florida. The purpose of the
working group is to educate
-stakeholders about the
spring basin, develop tasks to
protect the springs by pro-
tecting the surface and
groundwater flowing into the
springs, and to promote best
management practices within
the springshed.
Chipola was awarded a
grant from the Department of
Environmental Protection to
coordinate the group which is
overseen by Chipola biology
professor Dr. Stephen
Shimmel.
This is the second of three
quarterly meetings of the
Working Group, with the
fourth meeting to be held on
site at Blue Springs during
Old Timer's Day. Other meet-
ing sites and tours also may
be planned.
For information, call Vicki
Mathis at 850-718-2289.


graders were Jordan Griffin,
Courtney MacFarland,
Davina Fountain, and Bobbie
Hammond.
Coaches Thomas and
Dillmore are very proud of
these young ladies who start-
ed and finished a very diffi-
cult season. We would like to
thank the parents, adminis-
trators, faculty and staff for
their encouragement and
support of the BMS Lady
Tigers!


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BY COACH ANDREW SUMNER
The Blountstown High
School Tigers started the new
year with two losses to the
Chipley Tigers and the
Sneads Pirates.
In both games, BHS could
not put four quarters of bas-
ketball together. Leading the
Tigers in scoring against
Chipley was Jason Byrd with
15, followed by Joseph
Warren with 14 and Jimmy
Jackson with 7. The final
score was 57-48.
Then the Tigers traveled to

Baseball


sign-ups


underway
Baseball sign-ups will be
held at the high school gym-
nasium on January 20,
January 27, and February 3,
from 8:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m.
for ages 5-12. Registration
fee of $50 is due at time of
sign-up along with a copy of
birth certificate.
For more information,
contact: Emory Horne at
674-6749; Bobby Tipton at
643-1586 or Jason Weiler at
674-7325.

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Sneads Friday night and
were defeated by the score of
63-53. Leading the Tigers in
scoring was Jimmy Jackson
with 18, followed by Brandon
Williams with 14 and Jason
Byrd with 8.
Before we are going to be a
good team we will have to
learn to play as a team. Right
now we are worried who will
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BHS played Liberty
County on Tuesday at home
(details unavailable at press
time). We go on the road to
Freeport on Thursday and
travel to Carter Parrimore on
Friday. Both games start at
6:00 and 7:30.
We would like to see the
Tiger fans show up for at
least home games.


Cheerleading Extravaganza

to be held Feb. 3 at Chipola


MARIANNA-The Chipola
College Cheerleading
Extravaganza Competition is
set for Saturday, Feb. 3, at
9:30 a.m., in the Milton H.
Johnson Health Center.
The event will include
squad competitions for mid-
dle school, junior varsity, and
varsity divisions and individ-
ual competitions in jumps
and tumbling categories.
Several All Star squads also
will perform exhibition rou-
tines.
General admission for
cheerleader fans is $5.
Pictures of last year's win-
ners are posted on the
Chipola web page:
www.chipola. edu>athletics>c
heerleaders>extravaganza.
For more information, call
Chipola cheerleader coach


Geraldine DeFelix at 718-
2322 or e-mail:
defelixg@chipola.edu

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January 20th. Exhibitions
will begin at 10:00 a.m. and
the show will begin at 12:00
noon. A concession stand
will be provided. Admission
is free and spectators are wel-
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AlTHA SCHOOL NEWS


RIGHT: Caitlyn Stewart, a sev- --
enth grader at Blountstown
Middle School, will represent
Calhoun County in the
regional spelling bee after
winning the county-wide .
competition. This will be her ,.
second straight year to com-
pete at regionals. She is plc-
tured receiving her trophy
from Assistant Superintendent
Greg Jones.

ABOVE: First place winners in .g.,,
the county-wide spelling bee
include (from left) Mercedez
Gammon (8th grade), .
Andrew Bennett (5th grade), [i.-
Kara Bremer (9th grade),
Cierra Brown (4th grade),,'"
Ryan Frye (10th grade), '
Caitlyn Stewart (7th grade), .*.,
Jay Sweinhart (11th grade),
Brandon Purvis (6th grade),
and Wesley Petty (12th
grade).


Caitlyn Stewart will represent


county at regional spelling bee


Calhoun County School
District is pleased to
announce the winners of the
2007 County-Wide Spelling
Bee.
Each school in the district
held competition in grades 4-
12 to determine which stu-
dents were to participate in
the County-Wide Spelling Bee
held at the W.T. Neal Civic
Center on January 9th.
Competition was conduct-
ed on three different levels.
RlFst, all grades 4-12 partici-
parnts competed at their own
grade level to select a county3
grade-level winner. Next, the
grade level winners competed
in a divisional spelling bee to
determine in the 4-5 division,
6-8 division, and 9-12 divi-
sion.
The last level of competi-
tion was to determine which
student from grades 5-8.
would represent Calhoun
County in the Regional
Spelling Bee held in Panama
City on March 3, 2007, at
10:00 a.m. This contest will
again be sponsored by the
Panama City News Herald
and the Panama City Kiwanis
Club. The Regional Spelling
Bee is open to students in
Bay, Gulf, Calhoun,
Washington, Walton, Santa
Rosa, Okaloosa and
Escambia Counties and will
be held at the Bay District
School Building in Panama
City.
This year Calhoun County
will be represented by Caitlyn
Stewart, a 77th grader from
Blountstown Middle School.
Caitlyn did an excellent job in
the competition and we know
that she will do well in the
Regional Spelling Bee in
March. Good luck Caitlyn!
Grade winners are:
Fourth grade Cierra
Brown (1st, Carr), Corey


Reese (2nd, Altha), Lonnie
Lynn (3rd, BES)
Fifth grade Andrew
Bennett (1st, BES), Brendon
Danchuk (2nd, Altha), Rena
O'Bryan (3rd, Carr)
Sixth grade Brandon
Purvis (1st, BMS), Madeline
Lytle (2nd, Altha), Camille
Taylor (3rd, Carr)
Seventh grade Caitlyn
Stewart (1st, BMS), Jeremiah
Grzegorczyk (2nd, Carr),
Mitchell Hall (3rd, Altha)
Eighth orade Mercedez
Gammon (1st.'BMSI. Brittany
Lytle (2nd. AthaJ, Tyler
Hamilton (3rd, Can-)
Ninth grade Kara Bremer
(1st, AHS), Tanya Whitfield
(2nd, BHS)
Tenth grade Ryan Frye
(1st, BHS), Shayla Reagan
(2nd, AHS)
Eleventh grade Jay
Sweinhart (1st, ,BHS), Matt
Dees (2nd, AHS)


Twelfth grade Wesley
Petty (1st, BHS), Zach Scott
(2nd, AHS)
Division winners
include:
Fourth-Fifth grades
Cierra Brown (1st, Carr),
Andrew Bennett (2nd, BES)
Sixth-Eighth grades -
Caitlyn, Stewart (1st, BMS),
Mercedez Gammon (2nd,
BMS), Brandon Purvis (3rd,
BMS)
Ninth-Twelfth grades -
Kara Bremeir (1st AHSI.
kWesley Petiv 12nd, BHSI.
RyanJ Fre (3rd, BHSJ
In the regional represen-
tative competition between
fifth-eighth grades, win-
ners include:
Caitlyn Stewart (1st,
BMS), Mercedez Gammon
(2nd, BMS), Andrew Bennett
(3rd, BES), and Brandon
Purvis (4th, BMS)


Local students named


to Chipola Dean's List


MARIANNA-Dr. Sarah
Clemmons, vice president of
Instructional and Student
Services at Chipola College,
commends the 196 students
who made the Dean's List for
academic achievement dur-
ing the Fall Semester 2006.
To be placed on the Dean's
List, a student must take 12
or more semester hours of
courses and make an average
of 3.25 (B+) to 4.0 (A) in all
courses.
Students from our area
who made perfect averages of
4.0-straight A's-and their
hometowns are:
Altha-Lacy Adkins, Amy
Redmond, Krystle Shelton.
Blountstown-James


Duvall, Hannah Gingerich,
Staci Pittman.
Clarksville-April Frith,
Justin McCoy.
Out of District-Karah
Rackley of Tallahassee.
Local students who earned
grade point averages ranging
from 3.25(B+) to 3.99 (A) and
their hometowns are:
Alfha--John Baumer,
Barbara Brown, Lori
Goodman, Shannon Grice,
Christian Kohlsaat, III,
Kathryn Nichols, Sarah
Shelton.
Blountsto w n Kate
Atkifis, Elton Barfield,
TiffaAy Betts, Christopher
See DEAN'S LIST, page 14


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Fall Sports Pictures
Fall sports pictures will be
made on Thursday, January
18. This includes boys and
girls basketball and cheer-
leaders. All participants,
please make sure you bring
your uniform to school on
this day.
Dance
The parents of the junior
class will be sponsoring a
dance Friday night after the
homecoming game from 9-11
p.m. at the Altha Community
Center. Admission is $3 per
person and refreshments will
be available.


Basketball at BHS 6 p.m.;
JV/V Boys Basketball at
Sneads 6 p.m.
January 19--Parade 1
p.m.; Homecoming Game-
JV/V Boys Basketball vs.
Bethlehem 6 p.m.; Junior


Parent Dance; Alumni
Reception in the Music Room
January 22--Progress
Reports
January 23--Girls
Weightlifting at Lincoln 2
p.m. (State Qualifier)


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a variety of

short courses
MARIANNA-Chipola
College will offer a variety of
short courses in the coming
weeks.
Sign Language I will meet
Tuesday, Feb. 6 through
April 17, from 5 to 7 p.m.
Cost is $81.
An Introduction to
Computers with Internet for
Seniors class will meet Feb. 8
from 9 a.m. to noon. Cost is
$24.
Cake Decorating I begins
Feb. 1. Cake Decorating II
begins March 1. Advanced
Level Cake Decorating III
begins April 5. All classes
meet Thursdays, from 6 to
8:30 p.m. Cost of each course
is $41.
A Real Estate Sales course
will meet March 3, 4, 17, 18,
See SHORT COURSEs, pg 14


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SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL

MEETING
The City Council, City of
Blountstown, will meet in a special
session on Tuesday, January 23,
2007 at 6:00 P.M. in the City Council
Meeting Room at 17262 NW Angle
Street, Blountstown, Florida.


The purpose of this meeting:
1. Meet with Police Department
2. Greenway Committee
Appointment
3. Other City Business

By: Marsha Harpool, Mayor
Attest: Marc Tomlinson, Acting City Manager
January 17, 2007


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Robert Wiltse named top



all time Purina salesman


Robert Wiltse of Calhoun
County recently attended a
meeting in Ocean City,
Maryland, where he was rec-
ognized as the top all time
sale's leader at the Purina
Feed Company.


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Masonry apprentice


program at Chipola


Grand opening held at Nextel/Kelli Wireless
Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce members welcomed Nextel/Kelli Wireless
Communications to town Friday. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held during their grand open-
ing cookout. This new business is located at 19392 Hwy. 20 West in Blountstown in the former office
of Danny Ryals Real Estate. Nextel is open from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and
9 to 3 on Saturdays. Stop by their business today!


News & Events from the

Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce

20816 Central Ave. East, Suite 2 Blountstown, Florida 32424
**t (850)674-4519 FAX: (850)674-4962


BY MARTI VICKERY
Operations Manager
Member meeting
Your Chamber member-
ship met for a working lunch
yesterday. We enjoyed lunch
at Cat's Cuisine in Altha
while guest speaker, Peggy
Howland, from the Dept.. of
Health, shared the plans for
the February 14th "Be Heart
Healthy Step Up, Calhoun
County" Day. This will be a
great day with events to
involve children of all ages
and adults, too. Learn to live
Heart Healthy!
Call the Calhoun County
Chamber office at 674-4519
for more information.

Citizen of the Year
It is that time of year!
Nominations are being
accepted for Calhoun
County's Citizen of the Year
for 2006. Who stands out in
your mind? Is there someone
who is always helping and


volunteering in the commu-
nity? Has your neighbor done
something to greatly impact
our town? Is there a business
person you trade with that is
always doing good works for
others less fortunate?
Fill out the nomination
form in the County Record
and return it to the Calhoun
County Chamber by Feb. 15.

What's coming up?
Deadline for submitting
possible sites for the Mega
Site Catalyst Project Feb. 1,
2007. Your Calhoun County
Chamber is working with
County and City officials to
submit information packets
regarding area sites for con-
sideration. Our county will
benefit regardless of being
chosen for the actual project
site. This work will affect
many generations to come.
February 14th "Be Heart
Healthy Step Up, Calhoun
County" events. Sponsored
by the Dept. of Health. Save
the date! It is early release


day and there will be numer-
ous activities for children of
all ages.
We are planning our 60th
Annual Chamber Banquet!
Mark your calendars
March 15th is the night...And
we need your help! Do you
have somne photos to share of
Calhoun County Chamber..
members or Chamber events,
from the past? Historic,
antique or even some from
"just the other day" in the
60's, 70's and 80's...

Send them to us via email
at: ccchamber@yahoo.com.
Include any names or infor-
mation to accompany the
photo(s).Thank you so much!
For more information, .call
the Chamber at 674-4519.
Join the Calhoun County
Chamber of Commerce!
Come Grow With Us...
Memberships for businesses,
individuals and non-profit
organizations are available.
Call Marti at the Chamber
office: 674-4519.


Contractors and employ-
ees interested in the field of
masonry are encouraged to
contact Chipola College
about a new Masonry
Apprentice program.
Chipola is joining with the
Florida Masonry Apprentice
and Educational Foundation
to bring a masonry training
program to the district..
According to Chipola
Workforce Development dean
Bud Riviere, the college is
responding to a specific need
in the construction industry
pertaining to the opportunity
for training and employment
in the masonry industry.
Chipola will provide space
and resources to help jump
start the program. Riviere
says, "This apprenticeship
training program will afford.
the student apprentice .an
outstanding opportunity to
obtain gainful employment in
an area of great unmet need
in this region."
Members of the Florida
Concrete Products
Association, the Masonry
Association of Florida, repre-
sentatives of Florida's Great
Northwest, the Chipola
Regional Workforce Board
and the Florida Department
of Education are partners in
the program.
Al Herndon, Regional
Apprenticeship.
Representative with Florida
Masonry Foundation, says
"We are pleased that Chipola
has offered assistance in our
region to help meet the
demand for masonry appren-
tices. The masonry field is
both challenging and reward-


ing in this part of Florida.
There are excellent career
opportunities awaiting our
apprentices."
Persons interested in
masonry training, or interest-
ed in sponsoring an appren-
tice, should call the Chipola
Workforce Development
Office at 850-718-2270, or
visit www.masonryeduca-
tion.org.


ciality is beef cattle.
While presenting Wiltse
with the award, Sales
Manager Fred Williams com-
mented "That in a world
where things are done with
computers, fax machines,
cell phones and a team of
lawyers, Robert is still mak-
ing some mighty good deals
with just a hand shake
across the hood of a truck.
For achieving this level of
success, Purina will be send-
ing Robert and his wife Dottie
on an all expense-paid trip to
the Mayabkota Resort in
Cancun, Mexico.


Go es

Umilus
new tecon-


The Boyd Report


Congressman Boyd makes a big


stride to rein in national debt


BY BY CONGRESSMAN
ALLEN BOYD

For the past ten years, I
have been outspoken in
Congress about one of the
issues that I believe is most
detrimental to our country's
long term health-our out-of-
control national debt now
rapidly approaching $9 tril-
lion. On the second day of
the 110th Congress, fiscal
conservatives, including
myself, made a huge stride to
rein in our national debt with
the passage of pay-as-you-go
budget rules, commonly
known. as PAYGO. This
marks the first and most
important step to ending
record budget deficits and
curbing our national debt.
PAYGO prohibits Congress
from spending on credit, a
practice we all know to be
unwise and fiscally
unhealthy, and requires that
Congress have the funds to
pay for any new spending.
This common-sense practice
is followed by families, farm-
ers, and small business own-
ers in North Florida every
single day and should be
practiced by the federal gov-
ernment as well.
The pay-as-you-go concept
was originated in the late


1980s by Democrats looking
for ways to reduce the deficit.
It was first embraced by
President George H. W. Bush
in the Budget Enforcement
Act of 1991. PAYGO then
was adopted by President Bill
Clinton in. his deficit-reduc-
tion budget of 1993 and
extended by President
Clinton and Congress in the
bipartisan Balanced Budget
Act of 1997. With PAYGO
rules on the books from 1990
to 2002, we saw deficits dis-
appear, huge projected budg-
et surpluses, and" rapid eco-
nomic growth. Following the
expiration of PAYGO in 2002,
a budget with a surplus of


$236 billion in 2000 was in
deficit by $413 billion in
2004. History has shown
that PAYGO is an essential
component of fiscal responsi-
bility and necessary in order
to put our budget on a glide
path to balance. PAYGO has
worked in the past, and it will
work again.
With our persistent call for
meaningful budget reforms,
the Blue Dog Coalition
deserves much of the credit
for the swift passage of
PAYGO rules in the first week
of the new Congress. The
passage of PAYGO demon-
strates Congress' strong com-
mitment to fiscal responsibil-
ity and subsequently, a
strong commitment to the
future of our children, our
grandchildren, and our great
nation. PAYGO is not a par-
tisan issue, but a common-
sense remedy to our coun-
try's bad habit of deficit
spending.
By reinstating the pay-as-
you-go principle and pro-
hibiting legislation that will
increase the deficit, Congress
has begun to put the budget
back on track. Ultimately,
PAYGO will help create a fis-
cally stable government-a
government that is able to
focus on making progress for
the common good of the
American people. However,
we have a long way to go, and
our work is far from over.
The return to PAYGO is sim-
ply the first step to balancing
our budget and reducing our
national debt. As the year
progresses, the Blue Dogs
will continue to lead the
charge to put our books in
balance, keep our spending
in check, and pay as we go.






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:The County Record, JANUARY 17, 2007, Page 10


Butterfly identification workshop



will be held on Sunday afternoon


FROM THE NORTH AMERICAN
BUTTERFLY ASSOCIATION,
HAIRSTREAK CHAPTER
On Sunday, January 21,
the Hairstreak Chapter of the
North American Butterfly
Association (NABA) will be
offering its second butterfly
identification workshop. This
year's session will be an
introduction to the identifica-
tion of grass-skippers found
in our region. About forty
grass-skippers occur in our
area, thirty of them regularly.


The next Blountstown
Main Street meeting is set for
Monday, January 22, at noon
at Connie's Kitchen in
Blountstown. Lunch is pro-
vided for only $7, including
dessert and beverage.
Our Main Street commit-
tees have been formed and
should have some informa-
tion to share. A power point
presentation will also be
shown.
Do you desire to help with
special events or planning

Long Term Care


Although easily overlooked,
grass-skippers comprise
more than a quarter of our
local butterflies. These tiny
non-descript brown to orange
skippers, like the warblers of
the birding world, can be a
challenging group for all but;-
terfly watchers.
If you are new to the but-
terfly world or have avoided
the grass-skippers because of
their difficulty, this introduc-
tory workshop is a great
opportunity for you to get
acquainted with our region's


.. May-Haw show will


Thetre f I -li n return to Colquitt
he tre of usiOLQUITI, Ga., Jan. 8, Colquitt and the surrounding


Jan. 29 at Chipola
: Tickets for Theatre of ductions on tle road today,
allusion, the next event in the the Spencers appear in a dif-
'-Chipola Artist Series, are now ferent city nearly every day.'
'-on sale in the Chipola College Audiences cross over a
:Business office. threshold of disbelief and are
Theater of Illusion, a captivated moments after the
:)nagic and illusion show, will pair takes the stage. The
'-be presented Monday, Jan. Spencers create "theatre" in
-:29, at 7 p.m. in the Chipola the truest sense of the word
theater. and a powerful theatrical
For more than a decade, experience that audiences
JKevin and Cindy Spencer will never forget.
'have dazzled the world with Tickets are $12 for adults
,Sheir stage magic and breath- and $8 for ages 18 and
kingg illusions. As stars of under.
.Theatre of Illusion, one of the For ticket information, call
nost successful touring pro- 718-2220.


Hog butchering at


Settlement Saturday

ut An old-fashioned hog There is NO charge for the
,butchering will be held event!
Saturday, January 20, from The Panhandle Pioneer
% AM (CST) until after lunch Settlement is located in Sam
t the Panhandle Pioneer, Atkins Park, about 1 mile
Settlement. west of the intersection of
You won't want to miss Hwy 71 and Hwy 20. Follow
eihis old fashion event, where Hwy. 20 West out of
family and' friends would Bloupitstown. Look for signs
Pa\e gathered to prepare and for Sam Atkins Park. Turn
.preserve their meat for the North at Lindy's Fried
coming months. Come expe- Chicken (Silas Green St.).
drience this tradition and take Plenty of parking!
"part in our dinner on the The Panhandle Pioneer
grounds, as plates of fresh Settlement is a 'nonprofit
,cooked down home food will organization dedicated to the
ke for sell. You will experi- preservation of rural life in
,ence the meat being the Florida Panhandle.
-processed and cooked on For further information on
,ite. The event will take place the Settlement.call: 850-674-
next to the Wells cabin, on 2777, or e-mail pps@ppsmu-
vthe Settlement grounds. seum.org.


Free tax prep help


available at Chipola


MARIANNA-In order to
'Telp more local citizens get
he most refund due them,
,Chipola College business
'-tnstructor Lee Shook and his
,student volunteers are pro-
vriding free tax preparation,
,including free electronic fil-
' jng. -
The free service-for indi-
.widual tax returns-will be
available from 10 a.m. to 2
:p.m., on Fridays, Feb. 2
through April 13.
Appointments are recom-
Snended.
In 2005, 10,000 Jackson
-County' residents claimed
'$7.6 million in Earned
"income Tax Credits from the
IRS. Taxpayers who qualify
for the Earned Income Tax


Credit must file a tax return
with the IRS in order to
receive a refund. The EITC
is for certain low-moderate
income workers and may
produce a refund, even if the
taxpayer owes no tax.
Income limitations and other
rules apply.
For additional informa-
tion, visit irs.gov or call 1-
800-829-3676 to order
Publication 596, Earned
Income. Credit.
To make an appointment
for free tax assistance, call
Lee Shook at (850) 526-2761
x 3268.

mUBS RIEO A


2007 Are you ready to laugh
so hard that you cry? Are
you ready to get up out of
your seat and cheer? On
January 19-20 and 26-27,
you'll have your chance as
May-Haw returns to Cotton
Hall.
May-Haw, Colquitt's own
version of the classic Hee-
Haw show, is returning to
Cotton Hall for two weekends
in January. The show will be
brand new, with original
skits and
music. Of course, some
things will remain the same,
like your favorite characters.
As always, there will be jokes
from the cornfield and
church and community
updates. There will even be
special news broadcasts from.
WMHAW Radio.
Local volunteers from


g


communities will come
together to bring you a show
you won't soon forget. The
show will also feature live
music performed by local
musicians. With performers
located on all four stages,
you will feel like you too are a
part of the show.

May-Haw will be per-
formed during the last two
weekends in January,
January 19-20 and 26-27.
Show times are Friday at
7:30 p.m. and Saturday at
2:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Tickets are $12 and can be
purchased by calling the
Colquitt/Miller Arts Council
Box Office at (229) 758-5450.
Don't miss out oh May-
Haw. It's sure to keep you
laughing for the rest of the
year!


economic development
strategies? Join Main Street!
Call Angie at 674-9191 or the
.Chamber office at 674-4519.


most common grass-skip-
pers. No prior experience is
required to attend the work-
shop although some basic
butterfly knowledge is help-
ful.
The workshop will be held
from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. EST at
the Gallery in the Perry Bldg.,
Westminster Oaks, 4449
Meandering Way,
Tallahassee. During the first
part of the workshop, work-
shop leaders will show slides,
pointing out field marks used
to identify each species.
During the remainder of the
workshop, participants will
have an opportunity to prac-
tice identifying grass-skip-
pers, with guidance and feed-
back from the leaders and
other experienced attendees.
Handouts including outlines
of the presentation and but-
terfly checklists will be
included.
The workshop will be con-
ducted by butterfly experts
Dean Jue, Sally Jue, and
David Harder. The Jues, avid
butterfly and bird watchers,
have spent over thirty years
observing and photographing
birds throughout the United
States. For the past five
years, they have focused on
butterflies. David Harder has
lived in Tallahassee for thirty
years and was an active bird-
er during that time. For the


past seven years, David has
been "butterflying" in the
Tallahassee region. He. has
found and identified nearly
all the species that occur
here.
Participants must register
in advance by contacting Bill
Boothe at
NABA@NatureInFocus.com
or (850)643-2583. NABA
members or those who join at
the workshop may attend the
workshop at no charge.
Others will be charged $5.00
at the door to defray the cost
of materials and refresh-
ments.
This workshop is one of
several events organized by
the local Hairstreak Chapter.
For more information about
the workshop or other
Chapter events, please call
(850)643-2583.
The North American
Butterfly Association, Inc., is
a national non-profit organi-
zation formed in 1992 to
increase public enjoyment
and conservation of butter-
flies by focusing on non-con-
sumptive recreational butter-
flying such as listing, garden-
ing, observation, photogra-
phy, rearing, and conserva-
tion. The Hairstreak Chapter
covers the Apalachicola
region of the Florida
Panhandle.


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Pancake breakfast
planned Saturday
at the Dixie Lodge
There will be a Pancake &
Sausage Breakfast
Saturday, January 20th,
from 7:00 to 9:00 a.m. at
Dixie Lodge, 16th Street,
Blountstown.
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Jan. 6: Jason G. Patterson, possession of meth and drug paraphernalia; Anthony Alday,
VOP; Lori William Sansom, possession of cocaine, controlled substance, and drug para-
phernalia
Jan. 8: Eduardo Ramirez, DUL, no valid DL; Chris Crutchfield, VOP; Dennis Paulk. attach-
ing tag not assigned, DWLSR, no motor vehicle registration: Eddie Deveaux, VOSP;
Bridgette Stewart, forgery, uttering
Jan. 9: J.D. Owens, no valid DL
Jan. 10: William Owens, resisting arrest without violence, writ of attachment; Michael
Lytle, VOP; Theodore Black, possession of cocaine and drug paraphernalia, uttering a
forged bill
Jan. 11: Amanda Poole, possession of drug paraphernalia and more than 20 grams of
marijuana; Stephen Young, possession of controlled substance, less than 20 grams of
cannabis and drug paraphernalia; Jennifer Branning, possession of controlled sub-
stance/Xanax, less than 20 grams of cannabis and drug paraphernalia, permitting
unauthorized driver to drive
Jan. 12: Tracy Sapp. FTA; George Mathis, possession of controlled substance/Xanax, less
than 20 grams of cannabis and drug paraphernalia, tampering with evidence; Shawna
Ross, burglary of unoccupied structure, larceny under $300
LIBERTY COUNTY
Jan. 7: Donald Thomas Roberts,' DUI: Catrina Capps, domestic battery; Lori Williams
Sansom, holding for CCSO
Jan. 8: Arleen Arlise Adams, burglary of an unoccupied dwelling, petit theft; Mary
Margaret Stefanko. VOP
Jan. 10: Luis Chavez Garcia, domestic battery, no valid DLs
Jan. 11: Amanda Lanette Poole, hold for CCSO; Chad Michael Allen Woodard, resisting
arrest without violence
Jan.12: Jonathan Dawson, cultivating; Charles Tew, petit theft, burglary; Jimmy Wayne
Womble, VOP; Donald Hogan, VOP; James Ricky Allen, possession of less than 20 grams
of marijuana and cocaine, VOP; Daniel R. Hough, possession of more than 20 grams of
marijuana with intent to distribute; Christopher Ridley. possession of less than 20 grams of
marijuana
The above Individuals were booked Into the Calhoun or Liberty County Jall over the past
week. Although they have been charged with a crime, they are considered Innocent
until proven guilty.


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The County Record, JANUARY 17,2007, Page 1T1


CALHOUN COUNTY
BOARD OF COUNTY COM-
MISSIONERS
MINUTES
DECEMBER 19, 2006

PRESENT AND ACTING:
WILLIE T. GRANT, CHAIR-
MAN
JERAL HALL, SR., VICE-
CHAIRMAN
DAN WYRICK
DANNY RAY WISE
JIM PICKRON
EMMANUEL HIRES,
DEPUTY
MATY1 FUQUA, ATTORNEY
RUTH W. ATTAWAY,
CLERK
JANICE HOLLEY, DEPUTY
CLERK
The meeting was called to
order by Deputy Hires, with
prayer and pledge of alle-
giance to the flag led by
Commissioner Wyrick.
A Public Hearing was held
at this time to receive input
from the audience concerning
the approval and submission
of application to the Florida
Department of Community
Affairs (DCA) for the Sky
Development. After much dis-
cussion, the Board approved
5-0 the submission of the Sky
Development to the Florida
Department of Community
Affairs (DCA).

BIDS
The Board received sealed
Weatherization bids as fol-
lows:
J. Roland
Joe Webb: $2,575.00
Castleberry: $3,295.00

R. Jeter
Joe Webb: $3,656.00
Castleberry: $4,290.00

J. Abbott
Joe Webb: $ 915.00
Castleberry: $1,810.00

L. Speights
Joe Webb: $4,680.00
Castleberry: $4,905.00

After, discussion a motion
was made by Commissioner
Wise, seconded by
Commissioner Wyrick and
carried to approve low bid, per
house, per contractor.
The Board received sealed
Ship Bids as follows:

L. Speights
Joe Webb: $21,025.00
Castleberry: $21,070.00
County: $18,400.00

L. McClellan
Joe Webb: $21,998.00
Castleberry: $20,555.00
County: $18,220.00

L. Jackson
Joe Webb: $21,020.00
Castleberry: $21,070.00
County: $18,400.00

J. Crutchfield
Joe Webb: $22,990.00
Castleberry: $22,690.00
County: $19,650.00

M. Linton
Joe Webb: $22,800.00
Castleberry: $22,535.00
County: $19,360.00

After discussion, a motion
was made by Commissioner
Wise, seconded by
Commissioner Hall and car-
ried to approve low bid, per
house, per contractor.
The Board received one
Septic Tanks bid as follows:
YODER BACKHOE
V. Bryant $2,075.00

After discussion, a motion
was made by Commissioner
Wyrick, seconded by
Commissioner Wise and car-
ried to approve the bid from
Yoder Backhoe for $2,075.00.
Faye Bailey asked the
Board to pay the 124.69 hours
over the limit for annual leave.
Clerk Attaway stated that Ms.
Bailey had additional money
to spend on the
Weatherization Grant and the
money needs to be spent with-
in 90 days, therefore, she rec-
ommended to the Board to
pay the additional annual
leave. After discussion, a
motion was made by
Commissioner Wise, seconded
by Commissioner Hall and
carried to pay the 124.69
hours.
The Board received sealed
Water Tank bids as follows:
CLASSIC PROTECTIVE
COATING $161,302.00
DONOVAN $ 58,925.00
PHOENIX FABICATORS,
INC. $91,650.00
SUPERIOR TANK


84,500.00
UTILITY SERVICE CO.,
INC. $58,000.00
WORTH CONTRACTING,
INC. $129,500.00
JET-CO $112,860.00

Bob Fleck, with the IDA
Board, asked the Board to
table the above bids for


review. He said that he would
report back at the January 16,
2006 Board Meeting. After
discussion, a motion was
made by Commissioner
Wyrick, seconded by
Commissioner Hall and car-
ried to table the above bids for
review.
The Board received sealed
bids on the FEMA FL-
1545/1595-Package 8 as fol-


lows:
BEN WITHERS,
$1,093,797.00
C. W. ROBERTS
TRACTING, INC.
$1,237,181.50


INC.

CON-


GAC CONTRACTORS
$1,367,742.00
GLENN T. WARREN & CO.,
INC. $1,182,723.86
I-C CONTRACTORS
$1,095,259.98
JIMMY D. YON, INC. $
935,174.21
NORTH FLA. CONSTRUC-
TION, INC. $1,280,002.40
R.J.P. ENTERPRISES, INC.
$1,516,768.00
SIKES CONSTRUCTION
$984,788.55
Mr. O'Bryan recommended
to the Board to table the above
bids for review. A motion was
made by Commissioner
Wyrick, seconded by
Commissioner Wise and car-
ried to table the bids for
review.

ORDINANCE 84-3.
Attorney Fuqua read
Ordinance 2006-11 for
approval and execution. An
Ordinance of the County
Commission of Calhoun
County, Florida, Amending
Ordinance 84-3 By Adding
The Definition of "Parent"
Tract", Providing for Exempt
Subdivisions; Providing For
Conflicts; Providing For
Severability; and Providing
For An Effective Date. After
discussion, a motion was
made by Commissioner Wise,
seconded by Commissioner
Pickron and carried to
approve and execute
Ordinance 2006-11.

DON O'BRYAN, EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT/GRANTS
Mr. O'Bryan presented to
the Board for approval and
execution the Fiscal Year
2006-2007 Florida Small
Cities Community
Development Grant (CDBG)
Agreement. The following
roads will be included in this
agreement.

PROJECT NAME
1. NW Center Lake &
Walter Potts Road
2. NW Bonnell Road
3. NW Felix Flanders Road
4. NW Bates & Backwoods
Road

ALTERNATE PROJECT
NAME
1. NW Musgrove Road
2. SW H.A. Varnum
Road

Mr. O'Bryan recommended
to the Board to approve and
allow the Chairman to execute
all the grant documents. After
discussion a motion was made
by Commissioner Hall, sec-
onded by Commissioner
Wyrick and carried to approve
and execute said agreement.
Mr. O'Bryan presented to
the Board for information the
Florida Department of
Transportation (FDOT)
Calhoun County Citizen's Plan
Tentative Work Program for
Fiscal Years 2008-12.
Mr. O'Bryan discussed with
the Board the six Mack
Trucks that was purchased by
the Board. He stated that the
13 months are up and it is
time to rotate them out for
new trucks at a cost of
$6,500.00 per truck. This new
update will cost $39,000.00.
After discussion, a motion was
made by Commissioner
Pickron, seconded by
Commissioner
Hall and carried to upgrade
the trucks for new ones.
Mr. O'Bryan presented to
the Board for approval and
execution a letter to the US
Army Corps of Engineers con-
cerning the Environmental
Impact scoping now under-
way. After discussion, a
motion was made by
Commissioner Pickron, sec-
. onded by Commissioner Hall
and carried to approve and
execute said letter.
Mr. O'Bryan presented to
the Board for approval and
execution Contract Change
Order #1 for Calhoun County
Storm Damage FEMA DR
1545/1595 Package #2 to
North Florida Construction,
Inc. for a 39 day time exten-
sion with a new completion
date of January 31, 2007.
After discussion, a motion was
made by Commissioner Hall,
seconded by Commissioner
Pickron and carried to
approve and execute Contract


Change Order #1.
Mr. O'Bryan presented to
the Board for approval and
execution Contract Change
Order #1 for Calhoun County
Storm Damage FEMA DR
1545/1595 Package #3 to
North Florida Construction,
Inc. for a 39 days time exten-
sion with a new completion
date of January 31, 2006.
After discussion, a motion was
made by Commissioner
Pickron, seconded by
Commissioner Hall and car-
ried to approve and execute
Contract Change Order #1.
Mr. O'Bryan presented to
the Board for approval and
execution Contract Change
Order #1 for Calhoun County
Storm Damage FEMA DR
1545/1595 Package # 4 to I-C
Contractors, Inc. for a 37 day
time extension with a new
completion date of January
31, 2007. After discussion, a
motion was made by
Commissioner Pickron, sec-
onded by. Commissioner Hall
and carried to approve and
execute said Contract Change
Order #1.
Mr. O'Bryan presented to
the Board for approval an
annual leave request for
January 4th -January 12th,
2007. After discussion, a
motion was made by
Commissioner Wyrick, sec-
onded by Commissioner Hall
and carried to approve Mr.
O'Bryan's annual leave
request.
Mr. O'Bryan stated that the
FEMA FL-DR-1545/1595-
Package #8 bids had been
reviewed and he recommend-
ed that the Board accept low
bid from Jimmy D. Yon, Inc.
for $935,174.21. After dis-
cussion, a motion was made
by Commissioner Hall, sec-
onded by Commissioner
Pickron and carried to award
low bid to Jimmy Yon, Inc.

JUAN LIMA-WHITE POND
Mr. Lima discussed with
the Board the possibility of the
Board paving White Pond
Circle. He stated that the con-
dition of the road was terrible
and it was eroding more every
day. Several members of the
audience expressed their con-
cerns. Mr. O'Bryan recom-
mended to the Board to obtain
100' easements from the sur-
rounding landowners. Mr.
Lima asked why the road was
not maintained. Mr. O'Bryan
stated that he would contact
the Road Department and.
have them start maintaining
the road.

BOB FLECK, IDA BOARD
Mr. Fleck updated the
Board on the activities of the
IDA Board. He stated that a
pre-application would be pre-
sented to the Federal Aviation
Administration for
$919,000.00. This money will
be used to assist in the paving
and lighting of the runway.

SKIP HATOS/ATV PARK
Mr. Hatos read a letter to
the Board from Jerry Strauss
asking the Board of County
Commissioner to decline the
ATV Park. Several concerned
citizens voiced their disap-
proval of the park. After dis-
cussion, a motion was made
by Commissioner Pickron,
seconded by Commissioner
Hall and carried for Attorney
Fuqua to research the ATV
Park and report back to the
Board.

MIKE WILLIS/CONSTITU-
TION AND FLAGS
Mr. Willis discussed with
the Board the flying of flags in
the County. He stated that an
American flag should be flown
with flags that are flown from
other countries. Attorney
Fuqua stated that that would
be in violation of freedom of
speech if the Board interfered
with the flying of the flags on
personal property.
Mr. Willis discussed with
the Board issues concerning
the property purchased by the
Board for a new jail. Attorney
Fuqua stated that that prop-
erty was sold and the money
in question will be held in
escrow by the title company
until the case is settled in
court.

ANGELA KNOWLING
Ms. Knowling addressed
the Board in reference to a "No
Truck" sign being placed on
23rd Street. She stated that
the sign was not there when
they moved there.
Commissioner Wise stated the


sign had been torn down by
bad weather and he had the
sign replaced. She stated that
there were no other signs in
their community and her hus-
band's job depended upon
him driving the truck home.
After discussion,
Commissioner Wise stated he
would remove the sign. He


asked that Mr. Knowling not
drive his truck down the road
more than once a week.

CLIFF LEONARD
Cliff Leonard presented to
the Board a bust of a combat
veteran from the veteran's war
era, World War Two. He asked
the Board if they would accept
the bust for display in the
Courthouse foyer. After dis-
cussion, a motion was made
by Commissioner Pickron,
seconded by Commissioner
Hall and carried to accept the
artwork.

CLERK ATTAWAY
Clerk Attaway stated that
the City of Blountstown asked
to use the Old Library rent
free, until the New City Hall is
complete. Clerk Attaway stat-
ed that the City had waived
several fees for the County in
the past and there would be
other waivers soon. After dis-
cussion, a motion was made
by Commissioner Wyrick, sec-
onded by Commissioner Hall
and carried to honor the City's
request. Commissioner
Pickron stated that he would
like for an Interlocal
Agreement be prepared
between the County and the
City to, reference this
Agreement.
Clerk Attaway stated that
the Apalachee Regional
Planning Council asked the
Board to reappoint David
Culpepper to the ARPC Board
and appoint Rick Watson as
the alternate. After discus-
sion, a motion was made by
Commissioner Wyrick, sec-
onded by Commissioner Hall
and carried to approve the
above appointees.
Clerk Attaway stated that
Debra Abner-Jones would
accept the appointment to
represent Calhoun County on
the Community Action Board.
After discussion, a motion was
made by Commissioner
Wyrick, seconded by
Commissioner Hall and car-
ried to appoint Ms. Abner-
Jones to the Board.
Clerk Attaway stated that
Mr. Joe Bracewell had pre-


sented a letter to her request-
ing that the Board abandon
an easement located on his
property given by Mr. Dewey
Barber to the County. The
Board accepted his request
and Attorney Fuqua stated
that there will be a fee for
$250.00 for advertising and
other cost.
Clerk Attaway presented to
the Board for approval and
execution Resolution 2006-
18. A Resolution by the Board
of County Commissioners of
Calhoun County, Florida,
Regarding the Extreme
Insurance Rate Increases
Imposed Upon the Residents
And Business Owners in
Florida. After discussion, a
motion was made by commis-
sioner Pickron, seconded by
Commissioner Wyrick and
carried to approve and exe-
cute said Resolution.


The December 5, 2006
minutes were approved as
presented.

COMMISSIONER WYRICK 4
Commissioner Wyrick
asked Clerk Attaway if she
had made progress in prepa,-
ing a job description for -a
County Planner. She stated it
would be ready to advertise in
January 2007.

COMMISSIONER WISE
Commissioner Wise dis-
cussed with the Board prolb-
lems with dead animals in the
County.
There being no further
business, the Board did
adjourn.
ATI'ES't:
RUTH W. AITAWAY,
CLERK
WILLIE T. GRANT,
CHAIRMAN


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R & R WAREHOUSES MAGNOLIA CHURCH ROAD PROJECT
NOTICE OF SALE PROJECT # 14.105


On January 25. 2007 at 10:00 a.m. (CST),
R & R Warehouses will dispose of the con-
tents (2) storage unit from Bristol at R & R
Warehouses in Blountstown at 19300 SR 20
W. (850) 674-5478.
The units are believed to contain house-
hold and/or personal property of the follow-
ing tenants:
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All units not paid in full by this date will
be disposed of. THERE WILL BE NO AUC-
TION!!
January 10. 27. 2007


Legal Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR CALHOUN COUNTY, FL
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NO.: 04-013-DP
IN THE INTEREST OF:
A.L.V.
FEMALE
DOB: 10/31/2004
MINOR CHILD
NOTICE OF ACTION
(SEC. 39.801 (B) (FS)
The State of Florida to KELLY WALLER
and JUAN VELASCO natural mother and
father, whose residence and address are
unknown.
You are hereby notified that a Petition
under oath has been filed in the above styled
Court for the Termination of Parental Rights
in the case of A.L.V. to the Department of
Children and Families, a licensed child plac-
ing agency, for subsequent adoption.
You are hereby noticed that an Advisory
Hearing will be held before the Honorable
Hentz McClellan. Judge of the Circuit Court.
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit, at the Calhoun
County Courthouse. Marianna, Florida, on
the 20th day of February, 2007, at the hour
of 8:30 a.m.
You have the right to appear with counsel
at this hearing. If you can not afford legal
representation, the Court will appoint coun-
sel for you at this hearing upon the determi-
nation of insolvency. You must either
appear on the date and the time specified or
send a written response to the Court prior to
that time.
YOUR FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR
AT THIS ADVISORY HEARING CONSTI-
TUTES CONSENT TO THE TERMINATION
OF YOUR PARENTAL RIGHTS AS TO THIS
CHILD. IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR ON THE
DATE AND TIME SPECIFIED, YOU MAY
LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS AS A PARENT TO
THIS CHILD.
WITNESS my hand as Clerk of said Court,
and the Seal thereof this 5th day of January.
2007.
RUTH ATIAWAY
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
January 10, 17, 24, 31, 2007


CALHOUN COUNTY SCHOOL
BOARD
REGULAR MEETING
NOVEMBER 14, 2006
5:00 P.M.,

The regular meeting of the
Calhoun County School Board was
called to order by Chairman Willie
Brown. All members were present
as follows: Willie Brown, Tim Smith,
Doyle Daniels, Grant Williams and
Volena Barfield. Superintendent
Mary Sue Neves, Assistant
Superintendent Greg Jones and
Attorney David House were also
present.
The meeting was opened with
prayer by Volena Barfield, followed
by the Pledge of Allegiance.
A motion Was made by Tim
Smith, seconded by Doyle Daniels
and carried to adopt the agenda with
the following changes: #5.
Presentations- Additions:
Recognition of School Board
Members: Doyle Daniels and
Volena Barfield. Quarterly Review of
Food Services Program. #8.
Personnel-Addition: Miranda
Rehberg- requests to participate in
the sick leave transfer plan. #10.
Personnel Supplements-Additions:
Debra Perdue-recommendation as
Peer Teacher for Elizabeth Bennett,
Delano Reed-Band Director
Beginning .November 6, 2006,
Ladona Kelley-General
Support/Curriculum Coordinator.
#15. Projects, Plans and
Agreements-Deletion: a. Contract
for Employment of Attorney.
Addition: i. Adoption Trust &
Indemnification and Board
Resolution for American National
Deferred Compensation Plan.
#19. Student Transfers-
Additions: Rusty Beltran-From
Altha High School to Blountstown
High School, Bobby Shelton-Altha
High School to Blountstown High
School, Khirsten White-
Blountstown Middle School to Carr
School, Jacen White-Blountstown
Elementary School to Carr School.
#22. Emergency Items-Additions:
a. Quotes on Polar King Freezers
B. Cooperative Agreement for
Community Based Work
Experiences.
Presentations were made as fol-
lows: Julie Prevatt represented the
Elder Care Volunteer Program.
Ron Mears spoke on behalf of
the Blountstown High School FFA
Forestry team for winning the
National Championship.
Keith Summers spoke on behalf
of the Blountstown High School
Volleyball team going to play at the
State Championship competition.
Mary Sue Neves recognized
school board members Doyle
Daniels and Volena Barfield for their
past years of service.
Craig Linn and Charelle Murray
from Chartwell's Food Services gave
a Quarterly Review of the Food
Service Program.
A motion was made by Volena
Barfield, seconded by Grant
Williams and carried to approve the
October 10, 2006 minutes.
A motion was made by Tim


NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
The Calhoun County Board of County
Commissioners will receive sealed bids from
any qualified person, company or corpora-
tion interested in constructing:
MAGNOLIA CHURCH ROAD PROJECT
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.
This project is a roadway widening and
resurfacing project.
All bidders shall be FDOT Qualified per
Section 2-1 of the FDOT Standard
Specifications for Road and Bridge
Construction, latest edition.
Completion date for these projects will be
180 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. February 6. 2007. 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, February 6. 2007 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.
January 10, 17, 2007


Legal Notice
C.R. 275 N. RESURFACING PROJECT
PROJECT # 14.102
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
The Calhoun County Board of County
Commissioners will receive sealed bids from
any qualified person, company or corpora-
tion interested in constructing:
C.R. 275 N. RESURFACING PROJECT
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


Smith, seconded by Doyle Daniels to
accept the financial reports as fol-
lows:
a. Vouchers Payable,
Appropriations, Expenditures,
Ledger & Budget Amendments
b. Monthly Financial Report for
the Month of October 2006
c. Leave Requests
A motion was made by Volena
Barfield, seconded by Tim Smith and
carried to approve personnel recom-
mendations as follows:

BLOUNTSTOWN ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
Renee' Pate-request to partici-
pate in the sick leave transfer pro-
gram.

ALTHA PUBLIC SCHOOL
Sandra Batson-request to
extend her second year DROP from
November 30, 2006 through June
30,2007.
Miranda Rehberg-request to
participate in the sick leave transfer
program.

BLOUNTSTOWN HIGH SCHOOL
Stephen Ayers-last day of work
at Blountstown High School will be
November 3, 2006.
Mary Lou Miller-recommenda-
tion to hire as a long-term substitute
(more than four weeks in the same
position).
A motion was made by Tim
Smith, seconded by Grant Williams
and carried to approve the out-of-
field teachers as follows:


CARR SCHOOL
Jonathan Alford-out-of-field in
the area of gifted for 7th and 8th
grade for the 2006-2007 school year.

CARE PROGRAM
Amanda Griffin-out-of-field in
the high school classes for Science,
Life Management, Anatomy and
physiology, and English II, and
English IV.
Boggs Ramsey-out-of-field for
all ESE classes.
A motion was made by Tim
Smith, seconded by Grant Williams
and carried to approve the supple-
ments as follows:

ALTHA PUBLIC SCHOOL
Sidney Granger-recommenda-
tion as the Junior Varsity Head
Basketball Coach for the 2006-2007
term.

BLOUNTSTOWN HIGH SCHOOL
Debra Perdue-recommendation
to receive supplement for acting as
Peer Teacher for Elizabeth Bennett.
Delano Reed-r-ecommendation
to receive supplement as Band
Director beginning November 6,
2006.

CARR SCHOOL
Ladona Kelley-recommenda-
tion to receive supplement for
assuming the duties as
Support/Curriculum Coordinator
effective Wednesday, November 15,


See MINUTES, page 14


Statutes, on public entity crimes.
This project is a roadway widening and
resurfacing project.
All bidders shall be FDOT Qualified per
Section 2-1 of the FDOT Standard
Specifications for Road and Bridge
Construction. latest edition.
Completion date for these projects will be
180 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. February 6. 2007. 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, February 6, 2007, 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


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If you have any questions, please call David
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January 10. 17. 2007

Legal Notice
PUBLIC AUCTION
Paul's Wrecker Service will hold a public
auction on January 22, 2007 at 10:00 a.m.
(C.T.).
1991 Dodge Dynasty
Vin# 1B3XC46R7MD228371
Auction will be held at Paul's Wrecker
Service, 17311 N.E. Pear Street,
Blountstown, Florida.
Paul's Wrecker Service reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
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CARS & TRUCKS

2002 Saturn L200, 4 dr. car, bur-
gundy in color. It's loaded with tinted
windows, sun roof and CD player. In
great condition, must sell due to
back problems. Would make a great
graduation gift! Asking $7,000. Call
after 5:00 p.m. CST, 237-2195.
1992 Mazda 100, does not run,
needs motor. Call 762-3772.
1981 Dodge Ram, 318 motor, auto,
real clean, $1995. Call 850-593-
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TV. Daily and weekly rates avail-
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2 bdr trailers., semi-furnished, no
pets. 674-4011.
RV trailers $75 $80 week, most
utilities furnished; 2 bdr. trailers
when available. Call 674-4011.
RV Trailer for rent. $85.00 -
$110.00 $125 weekly. All utilities
included. NO PETS! Call 674-7616.
2 bdr. units. Nice, close to Bristol.

Payroll/Personnel
Clerk
Gadsden County Company
seeks experienced person for
payroll/personnel assistant
position. Bilingual in English and
Spanish a plus. Must have
previous data entry experience
and quick and accurate
calculator skills. Interest
applicants should apply to:
HR Manager, 190 Mannie Gann
Rd., Quincy, FL 32351
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Office Position
Available
Gadsden County Company
seeks experienced person for
part time office position. Hours
are flexible and experience a
plus but not required. Interest
applicants should apply to:
HR Manager, 190 Mannie Gann
Rd., Quincy, FL 32351
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For further information call 643-
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bath, $500/mo with $500/dep., 5
miles north of Blountstown on Hwy.
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Mechanic experience helpful.
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JOB OPENING
Immediate opening for
full-time car salesman at
Hopkins in Blountstown.
Experience a plus.
Benefits, 401 K and more.
See Mike Whitfield at
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Blountstown, FL
850-674-3307


Accepting Applications

The Calhoun County Public Library is accepting applications or a part-
time Governor's Family Literacy Asset Manager. The position will
provide volunteer/tutor/mentor recruitment management, grant writing,
seek sources for donations of funds/goods/services and act as liaison
between families enrolled in the GFLI Family Literacy Programs and
community resources/social outreach programs. The ideal candidate
will have a minimum of 2 years of college and history working or
volunteering in a family literacy program, plus experience in making
presentations to civic, social, or business groups.

Only qualified applicants will be interviewed. The application period
will remain open until position is filled. Training will be provided.
Applicants must submit a letter of interest along with a resume to Rita
Maupin, Library Director. Applicants must be able, to pass background
screening and must have reliable transportation. The Library is a drug
free work place and an equal opportunity employer. Continued
employment is dependent on grant funding.
Jan. 17, 24, 2007



PLANNER
Calhoun County Board of County Commissioners is seeking a person
with the specified credentials and skills listed below. The selected
applicant must have a "can do" attitude and be able and willing to bring
the local planning department up to speed.
The Planning Position requires the following:
Thorough knowledge of the principles, practices and methods
of public planning in a predominantly rural area.
Thorough knowledge of the planning principles and practices
as applied to the collection of community planning data and in the
preparation of community planning reports and studies; in both graphic
and written form.
Considerable knowledge of the principles and practices of
civil engineering and architecture as applied to public planning and code
enforcement.
Considerable knowledge of economics and municipal finance
as applied to public planning.
Demonstrated ability to direct and participate in complex
planning studies and to analyze information and formulate substantive
recommendations based upon such studies.
Ability to interpret laws, rules, and regulations.
Ability to present ideas and findings clearly and concisely in
written, oral or graphic form.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working
relationships with department heads, outside agencies, and the general
public.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a
Master's Degree in urban planning or engineering; or a Master's Degree
with major course work in government, law, engineering, and three (3)
years of professional work experience in urban planning or engineering
at a local government level; or a Bachelor's Degree in any of the above
related subjects and five (5) years of professional work experience in
urban planning or engineering at the local government level.
SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS
Special consideration will be given to an applicant with the
noted requirements and a background in building and/or construction in
a rural environment.
POSITION CLOSES ON FEBRUARY 15, 2007


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set, $40; microwave oven, $12; 2 bar
stools, $15; nice and sturdy sofa,
loves and swivel rocker set, $260; 4
wood kitchen chairs, $25 for all; 4 ft.
artificial Christmas tree, $10; Little
Tikes Rugged Riggz dump truck,
new, $12; Little Tikes Rugged Riggz
Dozer/Loader, new, $12. Call 674-
1664 will consider all reasonable
offers!
Sit and Play for a baby to sit in and
play with different toys that's
attached to the Play Activity Center;
2 speed Graco Open Top Swing and
it's battery operated. Call 674-9721.
Lots of ladies clothes, 'blouses,
skirts and dresses. Will trade for
anything of value. Call 674-3264.
Queen Pillow-Top Chiro Rest
Mattress Set. New in plastic with
warranty. $129. 850-222-9879.
NEW Queen Orthopedic Pillowtop,
Mattress Set in Sealed Plastic,
Warranty. $299. 425-8374.
LEATHER SOFA & LOVESEAT,
NEW, lifetime warranty, sacrifice
$795 (delivery available). (850)
425-8374.
DINING ROOM Beautiful cherry
table, 2 arm & 4 side chairs, lighted
china cabinet. Brand new in boxes,
can deliver. Must move, $799. 850-
545-7112.
King size waterbed. Call 674-
4259.
Camper top, white, fits a 2005 Ford
Ranger. Call 674-4259.
2 Gameboy Advance systems with
chargers, earbuds and cases; less
than 1 yr. old, excellent condition,
$65 each. Call 674-7794.
Kenwood 5.1 Surround Sound
System, 600 Watt Dolby. Digital
Cinema EQ, 6 channel input/amp
with radio. Includes 5 speakers plus
sub woofer. Comes with remote


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control, $95.00 Call 674-1248.
Moultrie Feeders Deer feed buck-
et, 5 gallon, Mossy Oak style look,
never been used, $12.00. Call 674-
1248.
Carrots, cabbage & collards for
sale in Wewahitchka. Call 639-2167.
Beige fiberglass Tanneau cover
running boards for Toyota Tacoma,
$250. Call 850-509-4818.
Houseboat. Sportsman's Dream
all for $18,000. First time, offered for
sale. Sleeps 8, has everything. New
stove (gas), A/C, refrigerator and
new power plant, located on Chipola
River. Contact 674-1041 or 674-
8468.
Crossbow exercise machine, $200.
Call 209-8128.
Phillips TV, 27", $200. Call 209-
8128.
(3) baby dolls, $4.00 each. Call
674-3264.
Ford rear-end w/355 gear ratio,
excellent condition, $300. firm. Call
674-4123 or 643-7918.
All kinds of household items, men's
jackets, size S-XL, men's shirts,
underwear, shoes; women and chil-
dren shoes, children PJ's with feet
in, size 4-6 ; 1 pc. luggage with
wheels, table with six chairs. All can
be seen at 17196 NW Angle St.,
Blountstown.

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Free to a lonely, loving senior citi-
zens needing loyal companionship.
A Labrador puppy, male, pure-
breed,.3 months old, trained, house-
broken, all shots current to 2008,
Call 674-2909.

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DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED
NOW!! Werner needs entry-level
semi drivers. No exp. required. Ave.
#36k+1st yr! 60% home nightly /
weekly. CDL training in your area.
1-866-280-5309,
Experienced meat cutter who is
looking for an assistant meat man-
ager position. Call Ramsey Piggly
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5044.

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5 yr. old dapple gray Percheron,
pulls single or double, $2,000. Call
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3 month old Ferret and 4 ft. high, 3-
level cage, $350. Call Shade Stone
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Items from Wendy Guilford,
Stephanie Moravek, Gail O'Bryan,
Dresa Barfield, Tracy Wood & Kelli
Peacock. Cancel if rain.
Yard sale Saturday, 7:00 12:00 at
20130 NE Wade St., Blountstown.
Household items, green and white
bassinet infant carrier, jumper, boun- -
cy seat and other baby items, manu-
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Moving sale Saturday, 7 a.m. until
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The County Record, JANUARY 17, 2007, Page 14


School Board Minutes cont'd-


2006. Mrs. Kelley will be assuming
these responsibilities in addition to
her teaching duties and will be
replacing Ellis Nichols.
Paul Donofro, architect, dis-
cussed the bid process when there is
only one bid received. He recom-
mended opening the bid then decide
whether or not to add the money for
the performance payment bond.
The contractor attached bid modifi-
cations: Per Architect's Division I-
B11 (Bid Modifications). 1. This bid
contains bid guarantee, but no per-
formance and payment bond. For
the addition of a performance and
payment bond add $3,500.00 2. If
awarded, we will request payment
after total completion and accept-
ance by the owner, we will request
no progress payment. 3. If award-
ed, we will immediately begin shop
drawings and order materials-lead
time of aluminum extrusions is now 8
weeks-we could not sign a contract
for completion within 90 days without
consideration for fabrication and
installation time.
The completed project will be
approved by Willie Pitts before pay-
ment is made to the contractor.
A motion was made by Tim
Smith, seconded by Volena Barfield
and carried to accept the bid from
Lawrence Commercial Systems in
the amount of $96,000.00 base bid.
A motion was made by Volena
Barfield, seconded by Grant
Williams and carried to approve the
Elder Care Volunteer Program.
A motion was made by Tim
Smith, seconded by Grant Williams
and carried to approve the
$250,000.00 contribution to our
health insurance plan.
A motion was made by Volena
Barfield, seconded by Tim Smith and
carried to approve the Internal
Accounts Audit.
'A motion was made by Grant
Williams, seconded by Volena
Barfield and carried to approve the
projects, plans and agreements as
follows:
(deletion)
a. Contract for Employment of
Attorney
b. Lease Agreement 'for the
Hayes House
c. Annual School Health Services
Plan for 2006-2008
d. Daycare Contract with
Miracles Daycare
e. Teen Parent Travel
Reimbursement Contract
f. Star Plan Draft
g. School Innovation Grants
h. Hospital/Homebound Student
Transportation
(addition)
i. Adoption Trust &
Indemnification and Board
R e s o I u t i o n
for American National Deferred
Compensation Plan
Facilities update was given by
Willy Pitts. .
A motion was made by Tim
Smith, seconded by Doyle Daniels
and carried to approve the
Classroom for Kids Certification.
A motion was made by Volena
Barfield, seconded by Grant
Williams and carried to approve the
School Administrator Annual
Appraisal.
Charlotte Lima discussed her
views on the sick leave transfer poli-
cy. She requested for the rule of


being out 5 consecutive days sick
leave before sick'leave time can be
transferred from others to be
changed immediately. Mrs. Lima's
request will be met on during the
December Board meeting.
A motion was made by Volena
Barfield, seconded by Grant
Williams and carried to approve
Charlotte Lima's sick leave transfer
be retroactive this pay period. Mrs.
Lima's illness has been ongoing.
A motion was made by Grant
Williams, seconded by Doyle
Daniels and carried to approve the
student transfers as follows:
Student Name: Bobby Shelton
Grade: Kdg.
Transferred From: Altha Public
School
Transferred To: Blountstown
Elem. School
Student Name: Rusty Beltran
Grade: 10th
Transferred From: Altha Public
School
Transferred To: Blountstown High
School
Student Name: Laura Ridley
Grade: 6th
Transferred From: Carr School
Transferred To: Blountstown
Middle School
Student Name: Jacen White
Grade: Kdg.
Transferred From: Blountstown
Elem. School
Transferred To: Carr School
Student Name: Khirsten White
Grade: 5th
Transferred From: Blountstown
Middle School
Transferred To: Carr School
A motion was made by Doyle
Daniels, seconded by Grant Williams
and carried to approve hiring Kathy
Mizerect as Task Force Consultant
on the Altha High School and
Blountstown High School
Consolidation issue.
A motion was made by Tim
Smith, seconded by Grant Williams
and carried to approve the deletion
of property inventory.
A motion was made by Doyle
Daniels, seconded by Tim Smith and
carried to approve quotes on Polar
King freezers in the amount of
$63,802.37.
A motion was made by Grant
Williams, seconded by Tim Smith
and carried to approve the new
updated Cooperative Agreement for
Community Based Work
Experiences.
A motion was made by Volena
Barfield, seconded by Doyle Daniels
and carried to adjourn.

CALHOUN COUNTY SCHOOL
BOARD
ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING
NOVEMBER 21, 2006
8:00 A.M.
The organizational meeting of the
Calhoun County School Board was
called to order by Superintendent
Mary Sue Neves.
School Board Members were
present as follows: Tim Smith, Doyle
Daniels, Volena Barfield, Willie
Brown, and Grant Williams.


Assistant Superintendent Greg
Jones and Attorney David House
was also present.
The meeting was opened with
prayer by Tim Smith followed by the
Pledge of Allegiance.
A motion was made by Grant
Williams, seconded by Tim Smith
and carried to adopt the agenda.
Board Members Tim Smith, Kelly
King, and Danny Hassig were
administered the Oath of Office and
duly seated by Attorney David
House.
Superintendent Neves opened
the floor for nominations for School
Board Chairman for the upcoming
year. Willy Brown was nominated by
Tim Smith with a second by Grant
Williams. At this point nominations
ceased. A vote was taken and Willie
Brown was elected unanimously to
serve as Chairman for the upcoming
year.
The floor was then opened for
nominations for Vice-Chairman for
the upcoming year. Danny Hassig
nominated Tim Smith. Tim Smith
declined. Grant Williams was nomi-
nated by Tim Smith with a second by
Danny Hassig. At this point nomina-
tions ceased. A vote was taken and
Grant Williams was elected unani-
mously to serve as Vice-Chairman
for the upcoming year.
A motion was made by Tim
Smith, seconded by Grant Williams
and carried to continue holding the
Regular School Board meetings at 5
P.M. Central Time on the Secornd
Tuesday of each month.
A motion was made by Grant
Williams, seconded by Tim Smith
and carried for David House to con-


tinue serving as Attorney for the
School Board for the upcoming year.
Due to the change in the Florida
Statutes adopted during the 2002
Legislative Session, the School
Board is now responsible for setting
their own salary. The School Board
is required to agenda this item and
vote on the salary schedule at the
first School Board meeting following
the November Organizational
Meeting. This item will be placed on
the agenda for the December 12,
2006 meeting. The Board was given
information sent by the School
Boards Association with salary rec-
ommendations for the Board to
review.
A motion was made by Tim
Smith, seconded by Grant Williams
and carried to accept the state rec-
ommendation for the amount of the
School Board salary. It will be voted
on to set the School Board salary at
the December School Board meet-
ing.
It was a consensus of the Board
to adopt the School Boards salary as
recommended by the Florida School
Board Association. It will be voted
on at the December School Board
meeting.
A school board training has been
scheduled on Friday, December 8,
2006 from 10:00a.m.-12:00p.m. in
the school board room. The training
will be provided by Mr. Bill Montford,
CEO of, the Florida Association of
District School Superintendents, and
Dr. Wayne Blanton, President of the
Florida School Board Association.
A motion was made by Danny
Hassig, seconded by Tim Smith and
carried to adjourn.


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tax preparation, including
free electronic filing.
The free service-for indi-
vidual tax returns-will be
available from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m., on Fridays, Feb. 2 -Apr.
13. Appointments are recom-
mended.
In 2005, 10,000 Jackson
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IRS. Taxpayers who qualify
for the Earned Income Tax
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with the IRS in order to
receive a refund. The EITC
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income workers and may
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