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County record (Blountstown, Fla.)
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Publication Date: March 21, 2007
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BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Altha Mayor David
Culpepper has taken a
temporary leave of
absence from his duties.
According to Town
Hall, Culpepper sent a
statement with
Councilman Rick Watson
to last Tuesday night's
Council meeting, advising
he was taking a "tempo-
rarN' medical leave of
absence." He is currently
hospitalized.
Culpepper was arrest-
ed last month for alleged-
ly using his brother's
social security number to
obtain a credit card. A
fraud alert was issued
and Culpepper's brother
contacted authonties.
Council Chairman Lee
Alday told The County
Record the town's charter
does not allow the board
to remove him from office.



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TRAGEDY


Man sufferingfrom Alzheimers kiMs wife, takes own life



Murder-suicide in Mossy Pond


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
The Calhoun County Sheriffs
Office is investigating an apparent
murder-suicide that occurred over
the weekend in the Mossy Pond
Community.
According to the Sheriffs Office,
Hilton and Nancy White, both 65,
were discovered dead in their home
on Hilton Lane Saturday night.
Evidence at the scene indicated


Hilton shot his wife with a 16 gauge
shotgun, then reloaded and took his
own life with the same gun.
Sheriff David Tatum tells The
County Record Hilton had been suf-
fering from Alzheimer's disease.
"They were expecting company,"
Sheriff Tatum advises. "Nancy's
brother from Chattanooga,
Tennessee, talked to her about 6
p.m. Friday night and arrived
around 8:30 Saturday night. That's
when he found them."


The lights were reportedly on at
the couple's doublewide mobile
home when the relative arrived. He
found both bodies in a bedroom.
Sheriff Tatum says Nancy appeared
to be sleeping at the time she was
shot. "She was covered up and in her
bed clothes," he remarks.
Nancy's brother left immediately
and went to a business in nearby
Bay County to make the report. The
Bay County Sheriffs Office initially
responded, then contacted Calhoun


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City cleanup

week begins

on Monday
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
If it's time for a clean sweep
at your house and you live in
the Blountstown city limits,
this is the week to kick the
junk to the curb.
Amnesty Cleanup Week will
run from Mar. 26-30. Items
that will be picked up free of
charge these dates include fur-
niture, bicycles, appliances, air
conditioners, and miscella-
neous junk.
Not eligible for pickup are
chemicals, paints, batteries,
tires, building debris, and com-
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County authorities. The Medical
Examiners Office and the Florida
Department of Law Enforcement
Forensic Crime Unit also assisted in
the investigation.
The report states there was no
evidence to suggest the involvement
of a third person in the tragedy.
There was also no history with the
Sheriffs Office of domestic violence
issues between the couple.
Autopsy results are incomplete
and could take up to six months.
- CRIME


Mail clerk

caught on

tapewith

stolen cards
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A Wewahitchka postal
worker who covered the
Kinard area was arrested
Mar. 15 for allegedly stealing
two Wal-Mart cards intended
as gifts for two people on her
route.
Shelly Kaye Harrelson,
35, has been charged with
petit theft in the case.
According to the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office, Dep.
John W. Scheetz spoke with
Garrett Sweetman, 22, and
his sister, Erica Bauman,
25, back in January. The
pair advised their stepmoth-
er had mailed them two gift
cards valued at $50 each,
along with $100 cash, for
Christmas. The gifts were
never received and the sib-
lings suspected someone
had stolen them from their
mailbox.
The investigation revealed
the cards had been used at a
Wal-Mart in Callaway on
Dec. 19. A store representa-
tive was able to narrow down
the time, register, and even a
videotape revealing the cus-
tomer who used the cards.
As it turned out, the pur-
chase amount was greater
than the cards' value and
the woman wrote a check for
the difference. Her license
number was taken at the
time of purchase and it came
back to Harrelson.
Upon questioning,
, Harrelson advised she got
the cards from a mailbox at
The Junction store in Kinard
and thought they were a gift
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BY MARTI VICKERY
Operations Manager
JOIN THE CALHOUN
COUNTY CHAMBER
Call Marti at 674-4519 for
membership information.
There are memberships for
individuals, non-profit organ-
izations, and businesses...
Don't let this opportunity
pass you by.
CALHOUN COUNTY CHAM-
BER MEETINGS
Our Board meets on the
2nd Tuesday, monthly, at
noon. Our Membership
Lunch meetings are the 3rd
Tuesday of each month. Call
the Chamber office for loca-
tions and for additional infor-
mation at 674-4519. Due to
our Banquet in April, we will
not have our membership
lunch in April.
Thursday, March 22 - I
will be out of the office
Thursday morning due to a
meeting scheduled with Rep.
Marti Coley in Tallahassee.
You may call and leave a
message at 674-4519 or call
our Chamber President, Vicki
Montford at 643-25Q00. If you
need to speak with me direct-
ly, call our cell phone at (850)
447.1110.
AVAILABLE IN THE
CALHOUN COUNTY
CHAMBER:
Florida Trail information,
Calhoun County maps and
Plat Books, Calhoun County
Afghans and much more!
Stop by and see us at 20816
Central Ave E Suite 2 in
Blountstown, Mon. - Fri.
from 7:30 am - 4:00 pm
Thursday, April 19th, 2007
- OUR 60th ANNUAL CAL-
HOUN COUNTYCHAMBER
BANQUET
Save the date for a terrific
night of food, history, enter-
tainment and more at the
W.T. Neal Civic Center in
Blountstown.
We have a phenomenal
evening planned, including a
delicious meal, catered by
Marie Granger and her award
winning Altha Culinary Arts
program students, wonderful
selections of music, and sev-
eral special guests.
Numerous awards will be
given, and award nominees
and their families will be rec-
ognized. Our Chamber and
our county have really made
progress through the years -
come and share a night of fel-
lowship, memories and look-
ing forward to our bright
future. Be a part of what is
happening around you!
Tickets will be available soon,
for $20.00 each. Keep an eye
on the local papers for
details.
Welcome our newest
Chamber of Commerce
Members:
Barbara Jean Throne -
individual
The Tallahassee Democrat
CALHOUN COUNTY ENTER-
PRISE ZONE
Complimentary Enterprise
Zone maps and information
packets are here!
Building a new home?
Remodeling? Expanding your
business?
You may be eligible for
benefits. Call the Calhoun
County Chamber for details.
FLORIDA TRAIL
ASSOCIATION - ANNUAL
CONFERENCE AND MORE
There are thousands of
hikers on the Florida Trail
any given day! Many have
come from Europe, Asia and
all over the U.S. to experience


what we have in our own
"backyard".
I met several wonderful
folks this weekend in
Umatilla at the Florida Trail
Association Annual
Conference. We have already
had numerous hikers from
area Florida Trail chapters
that have come through
Blountstown! Are we welcom-
ing them? Let's make sure we
are doing our best to maxi-
mize their time in town -
they'll spread the word that
Calhoun County is definitely
a place to highlight on their
maps. We are hoping to be
designated as a Gateway
Community and we simply
need to be a Trail minded
and hiker friendly town.
These are warm and friendly
people, families, that enjoy
nature, need a place to eat
and wash their clothes, buy
groceries, and visit with
locals.
I was totally welcomed at
the conference, one Calhoun
County resident among over
400 attendees! Find out more
and check out the Florida
Trail Association online at
www.floridatrail.org. Be a vol-
unteer for F-Troop, become a
member of the Florida Trail
Association - Get outdoors!
At the Annual Conference is
this weekend, in Umatilla,
FL, people were talking about
Calhoun County. The rivers,
trails, parks. and Pioneer
Settlement - all unique gems
that we are privileged to live
with.
Several FTA members will
be coming from all over the
state to support us for our
Trail Grand Opening. Let's
put out the Welcome Mat!
Mark your calendars for the
Grand Opening, set for
Saturday, April 28th. We
hope to see all of you there.
Happy Trails, Calhoun
County!
BLOUNTSTOWN MAIN
STREET
The next Blountstown
Main Street lunch meeting is
Monday, March 26 at noon at
Connie's Kitchen in
Blountstown. Now is the time
to get in on the action! Call
Angie at'674-9191 for mem-
bership information or The
Calhoun County Chamber of
Commerce at 674-4519.

Employ Florida

offers access to

resumes, jobs
Chipola Regional
Workforce Board's efforts to
connect area employers to
their next great hire and job
seekers with employment
opportunities just got a
major boost with the official
launch of the Employ Florida
Marketplace. Located at
EmployFlorida.com, the pow-
erful online job matching tool
unites the employment serv-
ices of the entire state work-
force system and provides
easy access to thousands of
resumes and job listings.
Using the Marketplace,
employers can access a
resume database in their
search for new employees
and find out information
about grants available to
help Florida businesses with
employee training costs.
They also can get timely labor
market information on wages
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Blountstown Main Street Movie on the Square


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It was a chilly start to Spring Break Friday night as resi-
dents crowded onto the lawn at Magnolia Square in
downtown Blountstown for the Main Street Movie on the
Square. ET The E.-ra Terrestrial. Families spread out on
blankets to enjoy the show while Main Street members
Vrserved popcorn and candy, including E.T.'s favorite
treat: Reese's Pieces! Following the feature presenta-
tion, the Blountstown High School Student Government
Association held their 100 item drawing to benefit the
q100th Birthday Celebration for BHS. Afterward, Tony
S Mone& and Brad Clark cranked up the tunes for a street
4Z. dance. Thanks to ever one who d fended and volun-
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It's tax time, but free help is here!
Now half way through the tax season, Aitha's AARP free Tax - Aide team of Enoch Hanna (
on left), Gerry Martin (center), and Rachel Peacock( on right) have done tax returns for over 50
individuals and families from throughout the area, some from Quincy to Wewahitchka. "This year
about everyone is getting a $30 to $60 refund for phone long distance excise taxes which were
collected and ordered by the courts to be refunded. Most returns are refunds anyway, but this
sweetens it some," said Mrs. Martin who is the local coordinator. Serving seniors and all other
ages at the new Altha Public Library from 1:00 to 5:00 on Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. Martin com-
mented how much nicer it was to prepare tax returns with the better space at the new library.
Some taxpayers are coming to the new library for the first time for doing their returns, The new
library is at 15225 West Chipola Street, which is about 1/2 mile west from Hwy. 71 (at signal light).
Librarian Lavane Williams has expanded the usual 3 hours to four hours to accommodate the 4.
hour AARP free tax service, The free tax service will be available each Tuesday afternoon
through April 17th (it has been extended from the 15th because of Sunday and Monday being
a holiday in the Washington DC).



Woman's Club celebrates



with "International Day"


It was "International Day"
at the Blountstown Woman's
Club when members met
Thursday, March 15, for a
Covered Dish Luncheon at
the W.T. Neal Civic Center.
Pres. Jessie Mae Price
presided.
Chamber of Commerce
Director, Marti Vickery was
the club's special guest. We
appreciated you being with
us, Marti.
Members felt. as if they had
stepped into a quaint, old
world cafe when they arrived
with their covered dishes.
Hostess --Clara McCroan
had transformed the room -,it
conveyed an exotic atmos-


The annual Attapulgus
Dogwood Festival will be
Saturday, March 31, in
Attapulgus, Ga. (13 miles
south of Bainbridge, Ga. on
US Highway 27).
The parade begins at
10:30 a.m. with State
Representative Gene Maddox
as Grand Marshal. Two
bands from Quincy Schools
will be entertaining us in the
parade. Plus lots of antique
vehicles, beauty queens,
floats and horse entries.
There will be a good vari-
ety of ARts and Crafts Booths
and Food Concession Booths
to choose from. Something
for .everyone's taste.
Activities for the children
include petting zoo, pony
rides, games at individual
booths, face painting and lots
more.
Entertainment starts at
11:30 a.m.:
1. Lucretia's School of
Dance


phere. The tables were cov-
ered with sparking white
cloths topped with elongated,
shining bamboo leaves and
bouquets of red and pink
camellias. The final touch
was the head table center-
piece, a clever cone-shaped
tree waving colorful flags of
*many nations. The effect was
fabulous!
We had everything "from
soup to nuts!" The food rep-
resented a great variety of
nations - China, France,
Mexico, Canada, Germany,
Colombia, etc. The desserts
were a delicious Hungarian
pastry. ai.l "the World's Best
cookies" What a feast!


2. Creekside Country
.Strings BAnd,
3. The Singing Regals, a
gospel group, will conclude
our entertainment. So come
enjoy a family day with lots of
Fellowship, fun, food and
entertainment.
That's the Attapulgus
Dogwood Festival, Saturday,
March 31. Festival grounds
are located in front of the
Attapulgus Methodist and
Baptist Churches on Church
Street in Attapulgus, Ga.


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While dining, the ladies
told what dishes they had
brought and why they'd cho-
sen that particular one.
Alice Williford gave the
Devotions, using a selection
from "Open Windows" -
Rejoice and sing praise. After
reading Psalm 98:4, she told
a little about the Von Trapp's
escape from Austria. ' She
closed with a prayer.
An "English Auction" was
held. Jessie Mae Price won
the lovely German goblet set.
Linda Smith won the
monthly door prize. The
money goes to the Childhood
Cancer, , Survivors
Scholarship Fund.
This was one of the best
meetings we've had! We
appreciate everyone's partici-
pation. We want, especially,
to thank Clara McCroan for
the tremendous job she did -
she made our- day "feel
International.
Note: International Items
Attendees from varied
backgrounds;
Food from many coun-
tries;
Table cloths - cotton is a
major product of Pakistan;
Bamboo. - China;
Camellias - originated in
Asia;
English Auction;
Coffee - Colombia;
Devotions - Austria.

Book raffle now

underway at

Calhoun Library
Ifs raffle time at the
Calhoun County Public
Library. Come in to buy a
chance on the last of the
Unfortunate Events Series.
Tickets are 504. You have a
chance to win: Then End,
Letters and The Blank Book.
Drawing will be held March
26th.


nThan k You!
to the following businesses and individuals who contributed to the United Way of
Northwest Florida in Calhoun County. Calhoun County saw a 55% increase ofjitnds
raised during the 2006 Campaign. Funds raised will stay right here in Calhoun
County and help individuals through the 21 county agencies supported by United Way.


Jody Crisp, Campaign Chair
David Odum, Funds Distribution Chair
Tim Adams
Altha High School
Blountstown Elementary School,
Middle School & High School
. Calhoun Correctional Institution


Calhoun County School Administration
Calhoun County Health Department
Carr School
The County Record
Rita Maupin
Scott Nichols
Tallahassee Memorial Home Health- Calhoun


Miss Blountstown




pageant planned


The "Queens With A
Cause" Pageant Committee
wishes to invite your daugh-
ter to participate in 2007
Miss Blountstown Pageant to
be held June 2 at the
.Blountstown High School
Auditorium at 2:00 PM CST.

Baggett family

reunion Apr. 14,

Four Mile Creek
The Baggett Reunion will
be held on April 14th, at the
Four Mile Creek Park in
Clarksville. Gathering will
begin at 11:00 a.m. and last
until. Please, bring good food
to share and your camera to
take away some memories.
For more information, call
Sila Miller at 850-251-5556.

Garden Club

selling Dogwood,

Gray Beard trees
Torreya Garden Club has
Dogwood and some Gray
Beard threes available for
sale. The price is $1.00 per
tree or 6 for $5.00.
Please call 674-5738 for
the time and place of sale.

Red Oak reunion

set for Mar. 31,

Sam Atkins Park
The Red Oak Community
Reunion will be held on
Saturday, March 31, at Sam
Atkins Park. Lunch will be
served around 11:30 a.m.
Paper products and ice 'will
be provided.

Easter Bunny

will be at library
Thursday, Apr. 5
Spring Fling 2007, featur-
ing 'The Easter Bunny" will
be held at Calhoun County
Public Library on Thursday,
April 5, from 10:00 - 12:00
noon. Children ages from
birth to 6 years oldcan come
and enjoy snacks, crafts,
prizes and games.



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Deadline to enter is April
30 at 6:00 PM CST.
Participants in the Tiny Miss
through Miss divisions must
not have ever been married,
nor have ever been pregnant,
or currently holding a local
title. Entry fee is $40.
Winners will represent
Queens With a Cause at the
2008 Relay for Life. All
monies raised at the pageant
will go toward the 2008 Relay
for Life.
Age divisions are as fol-
lows:
Tiny Miss: 4-5 years
Little Miss: 6-7 years
Young Miss: 8-10 years
Junior Miss: 11-13 years
Teen Miss: 14-16 years
Miss: 17-21 years
Ms: 21+ married, single,
divorced or 18+ married
Lady Ms: 35+ married, sin-
gle, divorced
(Only if there is a wide
enough age range of appli-
cants)


Special awards include
Miss Blountstown
Ambassador. The contestant
that raises the most money
through raffle ticket and
sponsor ticket sales will be
crowned Miss Blountstown
Ambassador. In addition, one
photogenic winner will be
selected from each category.
Applications are available
at Blountstown Elementary
School or can be e-mailed to
you. For applications or
more information please call
the director, Robyn Parrish-
Hill at 762-4966, e-mail miz-
calhoun@yahoo.com, or visit
our website at
http://www.miss-
blountstown.bravehost.com/

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THE CiY OF BIOUNTSTOWN


,AMNESTY CLEAN-UP

is- 1 THE CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN WILL HOLD
TII O AMNESTY CLEAN-UP
THIS IS FREE OF CHARGE TO CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN RESIDENTS AND WILL BE OFFERED

MARCH 26 THRU MARCH 30, 2007

PICK UP ITEMS:
COUCHES, OLD BEDS, BICYCLES, APPLIANCES, AIR CONDITIONERS,
MISCELLANEOUS JUNK.


, WILL NOT PICK UP:
CHEMICALS/PAINTS, BATTERIES, TIRES,
COMMERCIAL OR CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS.


BUILDING DEBRIS,


S'PLACE ALL ITEMS AT THE CURBSIDE FOR PICK-UP. SEPARATE ALL
APPLIANCE ITEMS AND ALL LIMBS/YARD DEBRIS AND THEY WILL BE
PICKED UP.

THE CITY WILL BE HOLDING "AMNESTY CLEAN-UP" EVERY
3 MONTHS FOR ONE (1) WEEK ONLY.

BEFORE PLACEMENT OF MATERIALS, CALL CITY HALL AT 674-5488
- TO REGISTER YOUR DESIRED PICK UP OF MATERIALS.

THANK YOU FOR HELPING US SERVE YOU AND HELPING KEEP
BLOUNTSTOWN A MORE BEAUTIFUL PLACE!!!!!
March 14, 21, 2007


Dogwood Festival


planned March 31


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E Events Investigated During the Past Week by BPD and CCSD


Traffic stop turns

up estimated 120

grams of marijuana
A routine traffic stop turned
up an estimated 120 grams of
marijuana last week, landing two
people in jail.
Yahira Rosall Lugo-Lugo, 30,
and Melissa Leigh Hennion, 35,
were each charged with posses-
sion of more than 20 grams of
marijuana, possession with
intent to sell, and possession of
drug paraphernalia. Hennion
was also charged with possession
of prescription pills without a
prescription.
According to the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office, Dep.
Chris Porter assisted Florida
Highway Patrol Trooper Eldridge
with the traffic stop that
occurred just before 1 a.m. Mar.
13. Dep. Porter deployed K-9
Asco to conduct an exterior sniff
of the vehicle and the dog alerted
to drugs inside. A bag containing
a large amount of marijuana was
discovered in the rear floorboard,
along with a bowl containing two
marijuana cigarettes, shake and
a rolling machine. A plastic bag
with less than 20 grams of mari-
juana was found in the center
console.
The women remained in cus-
tody at the Calhoun County Jail
at press time.

Passenger busted

with cocaine in

traffic stop
A vehicle with a headlight out
caught the attention of a Sheriffs
deputy, leading to one arrest on
cocaine charges.
Dwane Scott Lambert, 49, has
been charged with possession of
cocaine, drug paraphernalia, and
tampering with evidence. The
driver of the vehicle, Edna Elaine
Terry, is charged with driving


ADOPTA-PE


while her license was suspended
or revoked with knowledge.
According to the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office, Dep.
Bliss Moreau pulled Terry over.
just after midnight Mar. 15 on SR
20 near Willard Smith Road
when he noticed the inoperable
headlight on the car. During
questioning, Terry advised her
license had been suspended.
Dep. Moreau described
Lambert, her passenger, as
"sweating profusely" and noted
he declined to make eye contact.
Dep. Moreau told him a vehicle
search would be conducted inci-
dent to Terry's arrest. A pat
search was done on Lambert and
a bottle of Oxycodone which was
prescribed to him, was found. He
advised he takes the medication
by "shooting up" with a syringe.
Lambert's shoe was untied
and Dep. Moreau asked him to
remove his shoes. A shiny straw-
like object flew approximately
five feet when he slung his left
shoe off. Dep. Moreau retrieved
the item which turned out to be a
burnt "stem" commonly used as
a filter in consuming illegal nar-
cotics. A field test of the stem
came back positive for the pres-
ence of cocaine.
A vehicle search turned up a
plastic pill crusher with cocaine
residue, four measuring spoons
with cocaine residue, a crochet
needle and burnt brillo material.

Undercover team

busts two men

for selling crack
An undercover drug investiga-
tion led to the arrest of two men


accused of selling crack cocaine.
James Lane, 34, and Herman
Yon, 49, have each been charged
with sale and possession of
cocaine.
According to the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office, an
undercover team made arrange-
ments to meet the suspects on
Mar. 8 to purchase $200 worth of
crack. After the transaction, both
men were taken into custody.
The investigation was con-
ducted by Inv. Michael Bryant,
Sgt. Mark Mallory, Dep. John
Scheetz, Dep. Eddie Dalton, and
BPD Major Rodney Smith.

Woman arrested

after dispute at
convenience store
Two Blountstown women were
arrested Sunday after a dispute
at a local convenience store.
Mary Danielle Aultman has
been charged with aggravated
battery and Adria Robinson has
been charged with battery.
According to the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office, Dep.
Nick Keller responded to the
Coastal Gas station on SR 71
and Robinson advised Aultman
had struck her with her vehicle.
Robinson reportedly admitted to
slapping Aultman. Dep. Keller
noticed a slight bruise on
Robinson's arm.
His report indicates the pair
met at the store to facilitate a
child exchange, argued briefly,
then Robinson turned to walk to
her vehicle. She said she was
then struck by Aultman's SUV,
.became angry, went to the dri-
ver's window and slapped


Aultman.
Aultman advised she did not
strike Robinson with her vehicle
on purpose, adding that she did-
n't see her. -

Man jailed after

alleged threat to
family with gun
A Calhoun County man who
allegedly threatened a family
with a gun was arrested Sunday.
Michael Black has been
charged with aggravated battery
and aggravated child abuse in
the case.
According to the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office, Black
went to the home of William
Douglas Wise, 46, around 7 p.m.
to buy a car from him. While
there, Black reportedly got into a
verbal dispute with William's
brother, James Wise. Present
during the incident were two
children and another adult. The
argument escalated and Black
allegedly went to his truck,
removed a long gun, pointed it at
the family, and said he would kill
every one of them.
Lt. Adam Terry and Dep. Nick
Keller located Black at his home
and took him into custody.



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Open House March 31


Carr-Clarksville V.F.D.
has recently received two
New Fire Trucks. One of the
trucks is a Pierce Contender
Pumper built by Ten-8, a
company that builds and
sells trucks.

The VFD received the
truck from a FEMA Grant
they applied for earlier last
year. , It took a lot of hard


work and dedication from
Grant Coordinator, Mrs.
Barbara Lykins, Asst. Chief
Randie Lykins and other
members of the Department
to make things like this hap-
pen.
The other truck they
received is a 1983 Ford Pierce
Pumper Truck that was
donated to the Department
from Springfield Fire


Department of Bay County.
On Saturday, March 31st,
the Fire Department will be
holding an Open House from
2:30 - 6:30 p.m. (cst) for the
community to come out and
see the new fire trucks.

Come out and spend a
good afternoon with your
family and friends at Carr-
Clarksville V.F.D.


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loving home?
Who can resist this
adorable face? This is just one
of the many pets available for
adoption at the Blountstown
Animal Shelter. If you can pro-
vide a loving home, please
contact Joni Moody at 674-
8635. Movie Gallery of
Blountstown is offering their
support to the shelter. From
Mar. 30-Apr. 1, anyone who
drops off a bag of dog or cat
food at the Movie Gallery will
receive a rent one movie, get
one free deal! Several pets
available for adoption will be
outside Movie Gallery on Mar.
31. Stop by and take one
home!


CALHOUN COUNTY
Mar. 9: Anita Guilford, VOP; Edgar Hester, possession of less than 20 grams of mar-
ijuana, drug paraphernalia, attached tag not assigned, altered tag; John Wilson,
possession of alcohol under 21, controlled substance
Mar. 10: Charles Morgan, disorderly intoxication, resisting arrest without violence;
Reyes Martiner, no DL hold for Gadsden; Mathew Bridges, possession of alcohol
under 21; Lee Suber, possession of drug paraphernalia, schedule 3/4 narcotics;
Paula R. Pitts, disorderly intoxication, child abuse, aggravated battery
Mar. 11: Kevin M. Jusino, possession of drug paraphernalia, less than 20 grams mar-
ijuana; Chad Gresko-McTienon, possession of drug paraphernalia, less than 20
grams marijuana; Allison Biggs, possession of drug paraphernalia; Eric T. Mayo, DUI
with property damage, possession of alcohol under 21; Gwendolyn McKelvin, dis-
orderly conduct; Daniel Minton, possession of drug paraphernalia, less than 20
grams marijuana; Brian Burke, VOSP
Mar. 12: Erica Brown, possession of drug paraphernalia, less than 20 grams mari-
juana, DWLSR; Danielle Fagg, possession of drug paraphernalia, less than 20
grams marijuana; Jimmy Jones, DWLSR with knowledge
Mar. 13: Melissa Hennion, possession of drug paraphernalia, more than 20 grams
marijuana with intent, prescription pills; Yahira Lugo, possession of drug parapher-
nalia, more than 20 grams marijuana with intent; Euga Edenfield, child support;
Lester Massey, VOSP
Mar. 14: Jessa Withrow, hold for Okaloosa; Matt Speights, warrant
LIBERTY COUNTY
Mar. 12: Danielle Alexis Fagg, holding for CCSO; Erica Nicole Brown, holding for
CCSO
Mar. 13: Yahira Rosall Lugo-Lugo, holding for CCSO; Melissa Leigh Hennion, hold-
Ing for CCSO
Mar. 14: Christopher Benson Unton, burglary of a dwelling, petit theft; Favona
Boston, holding for CCSO; Christine Robinson, holding for CCSO; Miranda Harizell,
holding for CCSO; Jessa Withrow, holding for CCSO; Charles Robert Britt, warrant
Mar. 15: Edna Elaine Terry, holding for CCSO;
The above Individuals were booked Into the Calhoun or Liberty County Jail over
the past week. Although they have been charged with a crime, they are consid-
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"M & M's" win pedometer challenge
The Liberty County Health Department "Step Up, Florida" Pedometer
Challenge was a great success. There were nine local businesses par-
ticipating in this day long challenge. Special thanks to the Liberty
County High School staff, Dooble Brothers Barbecue, Apalachee
Restaurant, Tax Collector's Office, Clerk's Office, Sheriff's Department,
Wakulla Bank, Superior Bank and the WINNING TEAM, Myrlene's Beauty
Shop and Margo's Blooming Haus, also known as the M&M's, The
M&M's had the most steps averaged per person. There were a total of
419,981 steps recorded during this contest. Thank you, Liberty County,
for Stepping Up!


Congratulations, Jessica!
Jessica Creamer, 23, of Altha,
recently graduated from
Washington-Holmes Technical
Center with a Licensed Practical
Nurse degree. A Florence
Nightingale ceremony was held.
Jessica has done clinical all over
the southeast and even wit-
nessed open heart surgery. She
plans to earn an RN degree from
Wallace Community College. She
is the daughter of Derek Creamer
and Mary Ann Creamer. Paternal
grandparents are the late Bill and
Mary Bowden, Maternal grand-
parents are Lois Whittington Cole
and the late Jessie Leon Cole. Her
dad, family, and friends are very
proud of her accomplishments.


Happy "6th" Birthday, Micah!!
Micah Dawson celebrated his
6th birthday on Sunday, March
18, 2007. Micah is the son of Jody
and LaQueece Dawson of
Blountstown. Micah has one sis-
ter, Ayanna Black. Micah's mater-
nal grandmother is Gwen
McKelvin, of Blountstown. His
paternal grandmother is Mary
Jane Dawson, of Bristol. Micah's
maternal great grandparents are
Robert and Annie Dell Session
and Alice Patterson of
Blountstown and Willie and Vicki
Moore of Montgomery, Al. His
godparents are Greg and Jackie
Solomon of Bristol. Some of
Micah's enjoyments are watch-
ing TV, playing his-PSP riding his 4-
wheeler, spending time with his
grandparents and aggravating
his sister. Micah will celebrate his
birthday with a party, along with
his sister on Saturday, March 31,
from 2-5 p.m. at his home.



Newtons to

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on March 31

The family of Jim and Gay
Newton request the honour
of your presence for the
renewing of wedding vows of
Gay William Newton and
Walter James Newton on
Saturday, March 31, 2007.
The service will be held at
6:00 p.m. at the First Baptist
Church, Blountstown, FL.


Happy 15th Anniversaryy
Elder Floyd Williams and
Sis. Debhorah Williams
May God bless you,
Akwete B. Jackson


Happy "Ist" Birthday,
Jaden Lee McGhee!!
Jaden will turn one year old
on Friday, March 23rd. Jaden is
the daughter of Amanda and
Perry McGhee of Blountstown.
She is the granddaughter of
Bobby and Alta McGhee of
Callaway, Jim and Kathy Doyal of
Tallahassee, and Joe and Gale
Ferguson of Blountstown. Jaden
will celebrate her birthday with a
Princess. Pdrty at her "G's" house
on Saturday, March 24th, with her
sister, Melea, and several other
friends and family. Jaden enjoys
spending time with her grandpar-
ents, riding in the wagon with her
cousin Ty, and playing with Daddy
every chance she gets.


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his seventh birthday on March
6th. He is the son of Greg and
Amy Jordan of Blountstown. His
maternal 'grandparents are Sue
Chester and the late Wayne
Chester of Sycamore. His pater-
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Jeanie Majors of Panama City,
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Altha to host Liberty County Bulldogs



Errors equal winless week for Cats


BY JIM MclINTOSH

What has been their
strong suit throughout the
-years and through the first
eight games of this season,
the Altha Wildcats' defensive
armor cracked a little last
week as fielding and base
running errors cost them
wins against Wewahitchka
and district foe, Sneads.
ALTHA, MARCH 13-It
was d6jd vu all over again last
Tuesday night in The Cotton
Patch.
Just like in their first
game, Wewa (8-1) limited the
Wildcats (6-3) to four hits on
the night while the Wildcats
committed four errors as they
suffered a 7-3 loss.
However, things looked prom-
ising as sophomore pitcher
Ethan Byler (1-0) got the first
Gator batter to fly out to right
fielder, Josh Warner. He
whiffed the next two batters
as they both looked at strike
three to retire the side.
Altha opened the bottom of
the frame by jumping out to a
two-run lead. Leadoff batter
Keith Kirkpatrick reached
first on an infield single to the
left side. He advanced to sec-
ond base on the catcher's
indifference. With one out
Tad Scott made it safely to
first base when his grounder
was booted by the shortstop
and Kirkpatrick scored on
the play. A wild pitch
advanced Scott to second.
Noah Byler's single through
the right side plated Scott.
Wewa tied the score in the
. second inning, 2-2, with the
first run courtesy of the
Wildcats' first error.
However, Altha would
retake the lead in the home
half of the second inning.
With two outs, Kirkpatrick
was hit by a pitch. A fielding
error by the Gators' first
baseman in an attempt to
pick off Kirkpatrick at first
base, allowed him to reach
second. After Kirkpatrick
stole third base, he scored on
Gary Chew's infield single.
Altha's Noah Byler (0-1)
would replace his brother,
Ethan, on the mound in the
top of the fourth inning.
Wewa would knot the
score at 3 in the fifth inning
after their leadoff batter sin-
gled.
The wheels came off for
the Wildcats in the sixth
inning. The bases were full of
Gators and there were no
outs. The next Wewa batters
laid down a bunt that Noah
Byler would scoop up and
toss to catcher Tony Golden
for the force out at the plate.
In an attempt to complete the
double play, Golden's throw
was wide of first base and it
rolled all the way to the fence.
That allowed Wewa to open
up a 6-3 lead.
The Gators would add a
run in the seventh inning to
hand the Wildcats their third
loss of the season.
On the night Altha had
one earned run on four hits
while they surrendered 11
hits and only one earned run
to Wewa.
Noah Byler who went 1 for
2 with a RBI led Altha at the
plate. Keith Kirkpatrick was
1 for 3, he scored 2 runs, and
he stole a base. Gary Chew
went 1 for 4 with a RBI and a
stolen base,
The junior varsity Wildcats
were shutout by the Wewa JV
Gators 9-0. Only two of
Altha's batters reached base.
Jacob Warner had the only
hit in the game, a single to
left field and he had a stolen
base. Corey Johnson
reached on a Gator's error.
He stole second and third but
was unable to score.
SNEADS, MARCH 16-On
a cold wind-swept night the
Wildcats were looking to pick
up their second district win
over Sneads but once again
two base running errors and
three fielding errors prevent-


ed them from doing so. Also,
it didn't help that Altha
stranded 12 base runners on
the night as they ended up on
the wrong end of a 4-3 score.
-The Wildcats (6-4; 1-1, 3-
2A) got on the scoreboard
first in the second inning.
Cale Chafin led off with a
double to left field. Keith
Kirkpatrick reached on a
fielder's choice back to the
pitcher who picked off Chafin
at second. Kirkpatrick stole
second. Then sophomore
Jake Edenfield ripped a two-
out double which banged off
of the right centerfield fence,
scoring
All four of Sneads (5-6; 2-
0, 3-2A) runs were unearned.
They would score three runs
in the third inning off of two
Wildcat errors and they
would notch their fourth run
in the fifth inning, again off of
an Altha fielding error.
Altha had their opportuni-
ties to put the game away in
the fifth and sixth inning as
they loaded the bases both
times. However, a pop fly in
both innings ended the scor-
ing threats.
For the record book the
Wildcats out-hit Sneads, 10-
5, and Altha's Tad Scott (2-2)
certainly did his job on the
mound. He struck out 11
batters while surrendering
only one walk.

Leading hitters for the
Wildcats were Cale Chafin
who was 3 for 4, including a
double and a RBI. Noah
Byler went 2 for 3 on the
night. Two of Altha's batters
had a hit in three trips to the
plate: Tad Scott had a double
and Keith Kirkpatrick scored
a run and he stole a base.
The varsity Wildcats will
be back in action tomorrow
(Wednesday) night as they
host the Liberty County
Bulldogs. They'll pack their
bags next Monday and travel
to Graceville. Then it's back
at The Cotton Patch next
Tuesday for a district game
against their county rival,
Blpuntstown. All three
games are scheduled for a
6:00 p.m. (CT) start.
Without a doubt the Altha
Wildcats have tdLe best fans
in the world!!l They've
packed out their home games
and at away games they've
had more fans attending than
the opposing teams. The
players know their six wins
haven't come without the
encouragement . their fans
have given them. Thank
you, Wildcat Fans!!!
Don't forget to check out
the latest Wildcats' latest
stats at www.maxpreps.com.
Also, check out each Friday's
Tallahassee Democrat's Prep
Focus page of the sports sec-
tion for the latest Big Bend
leaders.
The JV Wildcats suffered
their sixth loss of the season,
12-2 at the hands of an older
and much bigger Sneads
team.
Ben Baumer reached in
the third inning after being
hit by a pitch. With two outs,
Jacob scored Baumer with a
single through the left side.
In the fifth inning Ryan
Edenfield reached on a
passed ball by the catcher
after he struck out swinging.
Austin Todd brought
Edenfield home with a RBI
single to right field to bring
the JV Wildcats' overall
record to 2-6.
ALTHA, MARCH 12-Last
Monday the Altha junior var-
sity Wildcats (2-4) hosted the
Hosford Panthers (2-6) and
the Panthers came away with
their third win of the season,
11-8.
Altha got off to a fast start
in the first inning. Blake
Baggett and Jacob Warner
both reached base on singles.
Caleb Chew was issued a
walk to load the bases.
Austin Todd's single back up
the middle scored both


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Baggett and Warner. With
one out Anthony Young
infield single allowed Chew to
touch home plate. Forrest
McCrone got into the scoring
act when his infield single
scored Todd.
Hosford's bats came alive
in the second inning. Chuck
Morris drew a lead-off walk.
Cory Baggett singled to right
field. With one out Roger
Clark was given a free pass to
first base. A Wildcat error
allowed Haden Swier to reach
first base and it brought
Morris home. With two outs
Daniel Deason launched a
double to left field that scored
Baggett and Clark.
The Wildcats added to
their lead in the second
inning. Jacob Warner led off
with his second single. Caleb
Chew reached on a walk.
With two outs Anthony Young
picked up his third RBI on
the afternoon with a single to
right field, scoring both
Warner and Chew.
The Panthers would pull to
within one run in the third
inning. Ren Andrews led off
with a double to left field.
Chuck Morris walked to first
base. With one out Jo
Durden reached on a fielder's
choice when Morris was
forced out at second base but
Andrews scored on the play.
Durden reached second on
the catcher's indifference and
he stole third base. Roger
Clark made the score 6-5 in
with his single to centerfield
that plated Durden.
Hosford would hold the
Wildcats scoreless in the
third inning and the Panthers


would take the lead for good,
9-6 in the fourth inning.
Cody Kimball drew a lead off
walk. Daniel Deason would
lift a single to centerfield. A
.wild pitch would allow
Kimball and Deason to move
up a base. Toren Guthrie's
single to centerfield would
score both Kimball and
Deason. Ren Andrews
reached on a fielder's choice.
With two outs Cory Baggett
singled to centerfield and a
Wildcat error allowed
Andrews to score and left
Baggett standing on third
base. Jo Durden wrapped up
the Panthers' scoring in the
inning with his one-run sin-
gle to centerfield that brought
Baggett across the dish
Altha would chip away at
the Panther's lead in their
frames of the fourth and fifth
inning.

Zack Todd led off the
fourth inning with a single to
right field. Ryan Edenfield
reached on a Panther's error.
With one out Caleb Morris
grounded out to first base
but Todd scored on the play.
In the Wildcats fifth
inning, Jacob Warner ripped
a two-out double to center-
field. Caleb Chew followed
with a single to centerfield.
Austin Todd's sacrifice fly to
right field would plate Warner
and end Altha's scoring for
the afternoon.
Hosford would add their
last two runs in the seventh
inning. With one out Cody
Kimball reached first on the
catcher's interference. He
would score on a Wildcat


error. Daniel 'Deason
whacked his fifth hit (a sin-
gle) of the afternoon to right
field and he stole second
base. Toren Guthrie's
groundout to shortstop
earned him his third RBI in
the game when Deason
scored to give the Panthers
their third win on the season.
Leading Hosford at the
plate was Daniel Deason who
was 5 for 5, including a dou-
ble. He scored 2 runs; stole 2
bases and he had 2 RBI.
Roger Clark was 1 for 2,
scored a run, and he had a
RBI. Cory Baggett went 2 for
4 with 2 runs scored and a


RBI. Ren Andrews was 2 for
5 (including a double) on the
afternoon and he scored 2
runs.
The leading Wildcat hitter
was Anthony Young who was
2 for 2 and he had 3 RBI.
Jacob Warner was 3 for 5,
including a double, and he
scored 3 runs. Austin Todd
went 2 for 5 with 3 RBI.
The Altha junior varsity
Wildcats will be on the road
for their last home game of
the season as they take on
Port St. Joe next Thursday at
5:00 p.m. (CT).
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Calhoun County Extension Office presents lessons to fifth graders


"Ag in


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Classroom"


Fifth graders from schools across Calhoun County
enjoyed a fun day of learning Friday at the Calhoun
County Youth Leadership Camp inside Sam Atkins Park.
The University of Florida/Calhoun County Extension
Office brought together a team of community partners
to teach lessons through a program known as "Ag in
the Classroom." Representatives from the Florida
Division of Forestry, Liberty County Extension Office,
Keep Calhoun County Beautiful, Peanut Producers
Association, Oglesby Plants International, Judy Shelton,
Dorcas Swartzentruber, Jim Waldron, and Jim Pruitt. The
children learned about cotton, bees, dairy, hydropon-
ics, fire safety, and other agriculture related industries.


Special thanks to. all the community
partners and sponsors who partici-
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'ABC' Schools


Royalty crowned during Spirit Week -. .. 2
Blountstown Middle School celebrated Spirit Week Mar.
1,2-16 with the theme "BMS...Back to the 80s." One of the .
highlights was the crowning of the king and queen from -
each grade. Crowned were (pictured above, from left) Roger
Abbott and Tiffany Abbott (seventh grade), Garrison Bailey " '
and Karis Smith (eighth grade), Casey Johnson and. " -
Caroline Tomlinson (sixth grade). Congratulations to all
the attendants!

Stewart places 3rd at regionals -
Congratulations to Blountstown Middle School's own
Caitlyn Stewart (pictured at right) who placed 3rd in the .
Regional Spelling Bee held in Panama City. Caitlyn won
the opportunity to compete at regionals after winning the .
countywide spelling bee. Way to go, Caitlyn! _ _:",



ABLOUNTSTOWN


UNTSTOWN S ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NEWS


BY GARY COX
District ABC Program Liaison
In 2006, the Florida
Legislature created A
Business - Community (ABC)
School Program to promote
partnerships in education
and to address shortage of
space in overcrowded school
systems. An ABC school is a
public school that offers
instruction to students in
kindergarten through third
grade levels or any single or
multiple grade levels within
this range at facilities provid-
ed, by a local business. A
qualified host business may
submit a proposal agreeing to
provide the appropriate types
of space on their site for such
a school, including the asso-
ciated operating and upkeep
expenses. Calhoun County


School District will provide
an educational program,
including the appropriate
instructional supports,
administration and staff,
teachers, textbooks, materi-
als, supplies, and curriculum
for the school.
First priority for admission
of students to an ABC school
will be given to the children of
the owners and employees of
the business. If additional
capacity remains after chil-
dren of the owners and
employees are admitted, the
host business may designate
other neighboring businesses
whose owners or employees
may also participate in order
to generate a reasonable
number of students for the
school. To be considered, the
ABC school must comply
with the constitutional class


size requirements and have
enough students in atten-
dance to support the educa-
tional program. Parents of
the enrolled students would
be responsible for providing
transportation to and from
the school for their children.
Within an ABC school,
parents have the opportunity
to spend more time with their
children during the commute
together to school each day
and some parents may
choose to serve as volunteers
in the classroom based on its
proximity to their work area.
If your business is inter-
ested in submitting a propos-
al for this program or in find-
ing out more about this pro-
gram, please contact Gary
Cox, District ABC . Program
Liaison, at 674-8734, exten-
sion 225.


Chipola holding auditions


for "The Golden Goose"


MARIANNA-Chipola
College will hold open audi-
tions for 'The Golden Goose,"
March 26 and 27 at 6 p.m.,
in the Chipola Theatre.
Ages 16 and up are wel-
come to audition.
The classic children's
story will be performed for
area school children as part
of Chipola Theatre's educa-
tional performance outreach.
A public performance is set
for Thursday, May 10, at 7
p.m.
"'The Golden Goose" tells
the enchanting tale of
Simpleton who sets out to
chop wood for his mother and
meets a dear old lady who
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Firearms safety course for the first graders at Blountstown Elementary School on Monday, March
t2. Sgt. Tanner taught the kids the dangers of playing with a handgun and gave several safety
tps to the well behaved groups.


WT. Neal Scholarship meeting

4pril 2for Altha School seniors


" Mr. Pete Davis with the
W.T. Neal Scholarship Trust
lund will be meeting with
4ltha School seniors at 1:00
(p Monday, April 2.
, Mr. Davis will review the
eligibility requirements for
the W. T. Neal Scholarship
4nd other financial aid
Opportunities.
, Seniors will have the
opportunity to meet individu-
ally with Mr. Davis at the W.

Neal rep meets

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BHS seniors
Mr. Pete Davis with the
W.T. Neal Scholarship
Program will be in the audi-
torium at Blountstown High
School on Monday, March
26, at 1:00 p.m. to speak to
seniors regarding the W.T.
l~eal Scholarship Program.
- All seniors should be
allowed to attend this meet-
ing. Afterwards he will be in
the conference room at the
W.T. Neal Civic Center until
5:00 p.m. to meet with stu-
dents and parents.

FAX6745008


T. Neal Civic Center after
school on April 2, from 2:45
to 5:00. Interested students
should bring a copy of their
high school transcript, a copy
of their parents' 2006 income
tax return, and a printout of
any non-taxable income if
applicable.
Students needing a high
school transcript should con-
tact Mrs. Nichols or Mrs.
Holt.


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SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL

MEETING

The City Council, City of Blountstown, will
meet in a special session on Thursday March
22, 2007 at 6:00 P.M.. in the City Council
Meeting. Room at 17262 NW Angle Street,
Blountstown, Florida. The purpose of this
meeting is to:

Hire City Manager
Discuss Financial Director
Rank Engineering Bids

By: Marsha Harpool, Mayor
March 21, 2007







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Students at Blountstown
High School celebrated
the kickoff of Spring
Break Friday afternoon.
The football field was
covered with games
and inflatables for the
Hawaiian themed festiv-
ities. Crowned in the
Spring Fling Royalty
Contest were (pictured
at left) Christina Mears
and Julius Monlyn (10th
grade prince and -
princess), Willie Coburn
(12th grade king),
Crystal Money (11 th
grade princess), and
Leigha Miller (9th grade
princess). Not pictured
are Brian Hall (9th grade
prince) and Megan
Shoemake (Queen of
Spring Fling). These out-
standing students raised
$659.17 to help fund
Spring Fling events.


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March 24 - 25, 2007 '


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Location: Bristol, Tenn.
Race Time: 1:30 pm ET, March 25th
Qualifying Record: Ryan Newman 128.709 mph in 2003
Race Record: Charlie Glotzbach 101.074 mph in 1971
Track Statistics & History
Banking/Turns: 36 degrees
Distance: 0.533 miles
Shape: Oval
Last Year's Winner: Kurt Busch
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Speedway was reshaped and remea-
sured. The turns were banked at 36
degrees and it became a 0.533-mile
oval, or the "World's Fastest Half
Mile". Improvements continued,
bringing its current seating capacity to 160,000.
The concrete racing surface is 40 feet wide with
straightaways 650 feet long. "Racin' the way it
ought'a be" is the slogan that this raceway uses
and because it is the shortest track with the high-
est banking, it makes for exciting racing.


Through March 18, 2007
2007 Nextel Cup
Driver Points
1) Mark-Martin 629
2) Jeff Gordon 621
3) Jeff Burton -618
4) Jimmie Johnson 601
5). Matt Kenseth 567
6) Tony Stewart 507
7) Kevin Harvick 482
8) Denny Hamlin 480
9) Clint Bowyer 479
10) Carl Edwards 471
11) David Stremme 463
12) J.J. Yeley 462
2007 Busch Grand National
Driver Points
1) Carl Edwards 810
2) Kevin Harvick 666
3) Dave Blaney 641
4) Kyle Busch 587
5) Denny Hamlin 582
6) Tony Stewart 581
7) Marcos Ambrose 563
8) Mike Wallace 547
9) Jeff Burton 531
10) Juan Montoya 529


Tony Stewart
Born: May 20, 1971
S Sponsor: The Home Depot
Crew Chief: Greg Zipadelli
Car: Chevrolet
Biography:
Tony Stewart started his Winston Cup
career with a bang, as he qualified his No.
20 Home Depot Pontiac in second place in
his first Cup race, the 1999 'Daytona 500.
Stewart's 2005 season was one of his most
successful years in the Nextel Cup. He won
five races, including the Allstate 400 at The
Brickyard, a race that Stewart said he would
give up his championship to win, and took
with it the #1 seed headed towards
NASCAR's Chase for the Nextel Cup 10-
race playoff. On November 20, 2005,
Stewart won his second NASCAR Nextel
Cup Championship, joining Jeff Gordon and
Terry Labonte as the only active drivers to
have won multiple championships. Last
year, Stewart missed the cut to qualify for
the Chase for the Nextel Cup by 16 points.
He finished 11th in the final points stand-
ings, his worst finish ever, as he had been in
the top 10 in all of his previous 7 seasons.


NASCAR's stance on telecommunications sponsors has le-
AT&T to file a lawsuit against the series over the status ct
Cingular Wireless' sponsorship of Jeff Burton's #31 Richarl
Childress Racing team. The firm, which bought Cingular's part
ent company BellSouth last year, wants to swap the Cingula r
logo for its own logos but have so far come up against a brick
wall. Although NASCAR has placed a ban on any new telecommunications sponsors
following the introduction of Nextel as the series sponsor, sponsorships that were already
in place during the Winston Cup era, such as Cingular's, were allowed to continue.


I as Weks ae: S.al Tos 500


Driver Start
Jimmie Johnson 3
Tony Stewart 13
Matt Kenseth 21
Jeff Burton 32
Juan Montoya 16
Clint Bowyer 15
Carl Edwards 14
Martin Truex Jr. 18
Reed Sorenson 11
Mark Martin 4


Finish Points/Bonus
1 195/10
2 175/5
3 170/5
4 165/5
5 155/0
6 155/5
7 146/0
8 142/0
9 143/5
10 134/0


Jimmie Johnson won Sunday's Kobalt Tools 500 atAtlanta
Motor Speedway. It was a late-race charge to catch Tony
Stewart with three laps to go that earned Jimmie a second
straight victory. The 2006 champion's Chevrolet finished
1.311 seconds ahead of two-time champion Stewart's
Chevrolet. After the race Jimmie said, "I can't say I've ever
driven a race car that hard before. That was a great, great
race." Matt Kenseth finished third, giving his crew credit for
fast pit stops. Juan Pablo Montoya continued his impres-
sive rookie season with a career-best fifth-place finish.
There was only one major crash, involving David
Reutimann, Greg Bifile, Brian Vickers and Kasey Kahne.


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Nascar Busch Series in 2006, after already
winning a Nextel Cup?


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b) Kevin Harvick


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JOHNNIE CLEMMONS
SHOEMAKE
Mrs. Johnnie Clemmons
Shoemake, 66, of Blountstown,
Fla., passed away Monday,
March 19, 2007, at her home.
Mrs. Shoemake was born on
May 18, 1940. in Calhoun
County and had lived here most
of her life. Johnnie was an art
teacher and a member of the
First Baptist Church in
Blountstown.
She was preceded in death by
her parents, Roy and Thelma
Clemmons, and a granddaugh-
ter, Cassie O'Bryan Dabney.
Survivors include two sons,
Tony Shoemake and his wife,
Leann, of Blountstown, Tommy
Shoemake of Bristol; one daugh-
ter, Tammy O'Bryan, and her
husband, Ricky, of Bristol; four
brothers, Don Clemmons and his
wife, Margaret, of Asheville, JNC,
Joe Clemmons and his wife,
Susan, of Tallahassee, Roy A.
Clemmons and his wife, Gail, of
Lebanon, Tenn, Melvin Owens
and his wife, Opal, of Midland
City, Ala.; two sisters, Jean
Revell and her husband, Carroll,
of Pprt St. Joe, Mary C. Warren
Davis and her husband. Bob, of
Panama City; four grandchil-
dren.
Funeral services will be held
Thursday, March 22, at 10:00
a.m. (CDT) from the First Baptist
Church in Blountstown with Rev.
David Odum officiating.
Interment will follow in the Nettle
Ridge Cemetery in Blountstown.
The family will receive friends
Wednesday, March 21, from 5:30
until 7:30 p.m. (CDT) at the
Peavy Funeral Home.
All arrangements are under
the direction of Marlon Peavy at
Peavy Funeral Home in
Blountstown, ph. 850-674-
2266.


SONJA MAE SCHAMENS
Mrs. Sonja Mae Schamens,
67, of Altha, ' passed away
Thursday, March 15, 2007, in
Flowers Hospital in Dothan, Ala.
Mrs. Schamens was born on
February 19, 1940, in Pomona,
California, and had lived in Altha
since 2003, coming from
Mission, Texas. She was a
homemaker.
Survivors include her hus-
band, Ross Schamens of Altha;
two sons, Andy Schamens and
his wife, Dara, of Altha, Matt
Schamens of California; two
grandsons, Dustin Schamens
and his wife, Brooks, of Altha,
Nolan Musgrove of Altha; one
grandchild, Nichole Schamens of
Altha.
No funeral services were
planned. All arrangements were
under the direction of Marlon
Peavy at Peavy Funeral Home in
Blountstown, ph. 674-2266.

RUTH E. JOHNSON
Mrs. Ruth E. Johnson, 80,
passed away on March 13, 2007,
at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital
in Tallahassee, Fla.
A native of Akron, Ohio, she
moved from Detroit, Michigan, to
Calhoun County 25 years ago.
She was a homemaker and a lov-
ing mother and grandmother.
Survivors include three sons,
Harry Johnson of Detroit, MI.,
John Johnson of Oklahoma, and
David Johnson of Taylor, MI;
three daughters, Cathy Suthers
of Taylor, MI, Margaret Shearer
of Grand Rapids, MI, and Sharon
Nelson of Calhoun County; one
sister. Mary Disney, of Michigan;
and many grandchildren.
Bevis Funeral Home of Bristol
was in charge of the arrange-
ments, ph. 643-3636.


Rev Kraig Spivey
Traveler's Rest to
host spring revival

Traveler's Rest Free Will
Baptist Church will have
their spring revival March 25-
28th. The speaker will be
Rev. Kraig Spivey, an exciting
and energetic home mission-


ary to the state of Georgia.
There will be special music
nightly and a nursery will be
provided. A fellowship will
follow the Sunday night serv-
ice. The public is cordially
invited to attend.
For more information,
please call 674-5761.

Holy Week services

planned April 2-8

Holy Week services will be
held April 2-8. Services will
be held nightly at 7 p.m. CT
with a sunrise service on
Easter morning, April 8, at 5
a.m. Service locations are as
follows:
Apr. 2 -. New Hope
Missionary Baptist, Hugh
Creek
Apr. 3 - St. Stephens AME,
Sweetwater
Apr. 4 - Prayer Chainers
Mission of God, Blountstown
Apr. 5 - Church of God of
Prophecy, Bristol
Apr. 6 - St. Mary MB
Church, Blountstown
Apr. 7 - Open
Apr. 8 - St. Paul AME
Church, Blountstown, sun-
rise service, 5 a.m.


Everyone is invited to
attend.

Abe Springs PHC


Fla. For more information,
call 850-638-9797.

New Life/Sunny Hill


homecoming Apr. 1 special services set


Abe Springs Pentecostal
Holiness Church will cele-
brate Homecoming with
services on Sunday, April 1,
starting at 10:30 a.m. with
quest speaker, Rev. Billy
Wallace. Featured singers
will be "Mended" from
Panama City. Revival servic-
es will continue Sunday
evening, April 1, at 5:00 p.m.
and week nights at 7:00 p.m.
with Rev. Wallace speaking.

Potter's Hands in
revival Mar. 22-24

Revival services will be
held at The Potter's Hands
Church, on March 22nd
through March 24th, begin-
ning at 7:00 p.m. each
evening.
The Rev. Freddy Clark will
be the guest speaker.
Brother Clark has an unique
gift from God. He has gen-
uine miracles and healings in
his services. He will be pray-
ing and ministering to the
people each night. Come and
experience an outpouring of
God's Spirit and Glory.
Everyone is invited.
The church is located at
the corner of Hwy. 77 & 4135
Pine Log Road, Sunny Hills,


Pastor Chris Goodman
and New Life
Ministries/Sunny Hill PH
Church would like to invite
everyone to attend special
services they have planned.
On Monday, March 26, at
11:00 a.m. there will be a
special prayer service. On
Tuesday, March 27, there will
be a special leadership serv-
ice with Pastor Charles
Barineau, from New Hope
Worship Assembly speaking.
These services are a part of
Camp Meeting with
Evangelist John B. Todd.
Camp Meeting Services will
be Sunday, March 25th, at
10:45 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. and
Monday, March 26, and
Tuesday, March 27, at 7:00
p.m.
For more information you
can contact the church at
762-8220 or 209-2456.





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Deadline
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The family of Olie Coxwell wish
to thank everyone for their acts of
kindness during the loss of our
Mother. Thank you for the prayers,
flowers, calls, visits, and food. A
special thank you goes to the staff
and residents of Blountstown Health
and Rehab. You became her sec-
ond family and she loved you so
much. We will be forever grateful.
Thank you Dr. Misbah Farooqi for
taking such great care of Mom. She
loved and trusted you. Special
thanks to Pastor Bo Senterfitt, what
a beautiful service. Thank you
Marion, Peavy for your caring and
kindness.
ST e ..:r-ilren c,0
S '. "..* Ohe C,.xwell
Tim and Margie Laramore, and
John A. Coxwell


. We would like to give thanks to
the people who helped us through
the loss of our brother. Ronnie was
a great friend, a caring person, and a
man who loved his little girl.
First and foremost we would like
to thank our good Lord above for the
time here on earth we got to spend
with Ronnie, for holding him tight in


heaven until we join him, and for giv-
ing us strength to wake up to face
this world, may our peace soon fol-
low. A special thank you to Travis,
Terry, and Wade for comfort, under-
standing, and being there to lean on
when we have bad days. Thank you
to our parents, Daddy, Rex
Hansford, Sr. and Yvonne; Dad,
Leon Sims, and Momma and Mr.
Wilson, for having the love and
strength to hold and comfort us
despite your hurt.
Terry and Regina Estes, you both
are wonderful and greatly appreciat-
ed. Aunt Lisa and Aunt Melba we
thank you and your families. All our
co-workers and parents at Noah's
Ark, Ailnr.ui you and-'our children it
would make Ifor longllihek days.
Lucy, Ms. Laura, Ms. Jonnna, your
hugs and the care in your eyes are
deeply appreciated. To each and
everyone who came to visit, called,
the food, cards, support and prayers,
mean so much, thank you from our
hearts. God is great but sometimes
life is not always good, when we
pray it doesn't always turn out like
we think it should, but we do it any-
way, faithfully.
Shiri, Christy, Jason,
Lil Rex & Ronnie


Mossy Pond News


BY LINDA WILLIAMS
It's been a busy week at Mossy
Pond. We had our first bingo of the
season on the 11th of March and it
was really fun and nice to see all of
our friends from last October.
We are having bingo' -the first
Saturday at 4:00. We start serving
food,at 3 p.m. On the first Saturday
of April we are also having a white
elephant sale and auction starting at
10:00 and then bingo will start at
4:00. We are only having bingo
once a month so do come out and
don't miss the fun.
We had four firefighters finish the
firefighter one class and they all
passed their state test. These fire-
fighters are Gene Burt, Bill Williams,
Tony and Ralph Myrhammer. On the
day they were to have a review they
were called out for a fire, then called
out again the day of their state exam.
As you hear me say all the time,
these firefighters are called 7 days a
week, 24 hours a day and 365 days
a year, no matter what goes on.
The beautiful person this week is
Barbara Nancey. She is always
ready to help and never says no.
She has been a little under the
weather so wish her a "hope you are


feeling better" or call just to say hello
if you know her.
The Red Cross is still asking for
volunteers so no matter where in the
county you live come out and say
you'll do it.
Be good to one another and
always treat others as if you'll never
see them again. Tell your loved ones
you love them. And now that it's so
dark in the morning please watch for
the children waiting for the school
bus.
Any questions on the auction,
please call Ralph at 762-3885.

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Crown of Thorns
Matt 27:29
The crown of thorns our
Savior wore on that awful day
of pain and suffering means
more than most know.
Hebrew 1:6 says: And again,
when he brings in the firstbe-
gotten into the world, he
saith, and let all the angels of
God worship him. Yes all of
heaven worshiped him, He
could have seized that wreath
and with one stroke cleared
the hall of every mocking
King, and scorning person.
He could have opened the
earth and all his tormenters
would have dropped to judge-
ment. Yet the crown was
jammed down with force
upon His :head until :it
throbbed with pain. Until
blood oozed down his face
into his eyes and mouth.
What of the making of the
crown. This was the united
act of all those ungodly sol-
diers of Pilate's. With their
hands they platted together
this crown of thorns.
It would be impossible to
plat these thorns into a
crown without having the
hands pricked and without
having the blood drawn from
the fingers that platted the


crown.
So before the blood of
Jesus touched the crown, the
blood of sinful man had
already stained these thorns
of shame.
When that crown was
placed upon our Savior's
brow, the blood of sinful man
mingled with the blood of
God. Yet there was more of
his blood than theirs and as
always His blood will wash
away all sin for those who
will reach for the Savior.
Sin will always draw life
from those who are pricked
by it and it will always lead to
death. If you are rejecting
Christ you are a party to this
act of plattinig a crown of
thorns and putting it on His
head.
To plat and tie a crown of
thorns and place it upon the
gentle brow of God's Son is
to make a bed of briars for
your soul. How much better
to accept the way of victory
through salvation from the
curse of sin. He sets the pris-
oner free, He can become y
our personal friend if you will
let him. He loves you and
died for you. 'Will you accept
Him and live for Him?


Gateway Baptist Church
17667 N Main St., Blountstown, FL.* 674-5725
Pastor: Rev. Dave Odum
Sunday School....9:30 AM * Worship Service...11:00 AM
Sunday Evening...6:00 Pm
Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study...6:00 PM
"At Gateway Baptist Church Everybody Is Somebody
and Jesus Christ Is Lord"


SOUTHSIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD
15164 SR 71 South, Blountstown, Fla.
SUNDAYS WEDNESDAY
Sunday School 10:00 AM Bible Study 7:00 PM
LARRY WHITE, Morning Worship 11:00 AM Kidz Jr. Bible Quiz 7:00 PM
PASTOR Children's Church 11:00 AM
482-4825 Evening Worhsip 5:00 PM www.dtapps.com/southside/
CHURCH PHONE Kidz Sunday School
674-8884 and Church 10AM-12Noon


St. Mary Missionary

Baptist Church
16345 SE River Street, Blountstown, FL
DR. C.L. WILSON, PASTOR
850-674-8716
"We Minister To Needs Without Magnifying Faults"
* Sunday School - 9:30 AM * Morning Worship - 11:00 AM
Prayer and Bible Study Wednesday - 6:30 PM
General Mission & Brotherhood 2nd & 4th Saturday - 10 AM

For information on listing

your church in this

directory, please contact

The County Record

at 674-5041.


{.. Blountstown United Methodist Church
I Located on Hwy 20 directly across from
'i Sub-Way & McDonalds
Wednesday Bible Study ...9:00 AM
Sunday School... 9:45 AM
Sunday Worship... 11:00 AM


Telephone: 674-8254


Email: btownumc@yahoo.com


Sunday Services
Sunday School...9:45 AM
Morning Worship...1ll:00 AM
Evening Worship...5:00 PM
Tuesday Service...7:00 PM


Hwy. 20 West
13th Street
Blountstown, FL
850-674-4331


Meaningful Bible Study...................... 9:45 AM
Exciting Worship.............................. 11:00 AM
Bible Study & Worship...................... 6:00 PM
Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study..........6:30 PM
Interim Pastor Dr. David Coggins
Located two blocks south of the intersection Highway 20
and Main Street in Blountstown
First Baptist Church
Helping people follow in the footsteps of Christ



WORSHIP SERVICE:
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19359 SR 71 North, Blountstown, FL 32424
850-674-5747 * email: info@rivertownchurch.info
Website: www.rivertownchurch.info


Deadline Monday Noon
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The County Record, MARCH 21, 2007, Page 11
GRAND OPENING
Faith & Hope Thrift Shop
Located on Hwy. 69 N. Blountstown, FL
Corner of 69 N and Finley Ave. adjoining Connelly Florist
New & Used Merchandise too Much to Name It All
Cold Drinks and Snacks...Come Meet Your Old Friends -and
Make New Friends...God Loves All of Usl
Shop Hours: Mon. April 2, 2007...7:30 AM
Tues....7:30 AM - 5:00 PM * Weds... Closed
Thurs...7:30 AM - 5:00 PM * Fri...7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Sat...8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Shop Phone...237-1443...Owned & Operated by Juanita Singleton
_Thank, For Your Donaions;4


Members of RiverTown Community Church joined forces
with Blountstown Main Street Saturday morning for a
downtown cleanup project. Littles ones and grownups
pulled weeds, planted flowers, and pressure washed build-
ings to help spruce up Central Avenue. Special thanks to
RiverTown church members, Linda Blair and the Bristol'
Youth Academy guys, McMillan's Nursery, Steve McMillan,
David House, and everyone who participated!









The County Record, MARCH 21,2007, Page 12





Leg.l Advertisements


Legal Notice
PROPOSALS FOR ENGINEERING SER-
VICES
The City of Blountstown, FL seeks to hire
and enter into a continuing contract, as
defined by FS 287.055(2) (g). with a duly
licensed and certified Florida engineering
firm for the provision of general municipal
engineering services. The services expected
of the chosen candidate will include, but not
be limited to. professional civil engineering
work in planning, design, assistance with
grant applications, inspection of construc-
tion, and maintenance of a variety of public
works facilities, including road. water, and
sanitary sewer systems. Applicant firms
should be qualified and able to conduct sev-
eral assignments simultaneously in the
areas of planning, design, and construction
observation, conduct research and engineer-
ing feasibility studies for public works proj-
ects, and demonstrate expertise in roadway
and bridge design, surveys, hydrology,
hydraulic engineering, coastal engineering.
water supply and sewer engineering, subdi-
vision control, plat reviews, and storm water
management systems. Applicant firms
should demonstrate their expertise experi-
ence in successfully dealing, with all federal
and state agencies, specifically including the
FDOT, FDEP and ACOE. '
Applicants should first submit a statement
of qualifications, without reference to fees or
compensation, which should demonstrate to
the extent possible all items set forth above
and a list of five (5) local project references
that exceed $500,000 and were performed
in the last three (3) years. The project ref-
erences shall include client contact informa-
tion, a brief project description, and the
applicant's project manager for each project.
The City will choose the firm, which, in its
opinion, is best qualified as set forth in FS
287.055, and then proceed to negotiate a
continuing contract for services with appli-
cable hourly fees and compensation as
approl3riate.
Interested firms should submit the request
Information delivered no later than 4:00 PM
March 13. 2007, to: City of Blountstown City
Hall 20591 Central Ave. W, Blountstown, FL
32424 (8501 674-5488. The City of
Blountstown, FL is a drug-free work envi-
ronment and an equal opportunity employ-
er.
Feb. 28; Mar. 7. 14, 21, 2007

Legal Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 14TH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CAL-
HOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.2007-0033-DR
James Lloyd Pennington,
.Petitioner .
and
Patricia Ann Pennington,
Respondent
NOTICE' OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
To: Patricia Ann Pennington
Address: Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has
been filed against you and that you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on James Lloyd
Pennington, whose address is 23539 NE
Parrish Lake Road, Blountstown, FL 32424
on or before March 29. 2007. and file the
original with the clerk of this Court at 20859
Central Ave., E., Room 130,..Blountstown,
FL 32424, before service on'Petitioner or
immediately thereafter. If you fail to do so,
a default Trn be entered a3:ainst you.for.the-,
reilerd,.-nmried'i d the petition.i
Copies of all court documents in this case,
including orders, are available at the Clerk
of the Circuit C'oun , office You may review
these d.:cuimen-ti upon request
You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified of your current
address. (You may file Notice of Current
Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved
Family Law form 12.915.) Future papers in
this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on
record at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285. Florida Family
Law Rules of Procedures, requires certain
automatic disclosure of documents and
information. Failure to comply can result in
sanctions, including dismissal or striking of
pleadings.
Dated this March 5, 2007.
Ruth W. Attaway,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
March 7, 14. 21, 28, 2007

Legal Notice

CALHOUN COUNTY
REQUEST FOR ARCHITECT SERVICES
The Calhoun County Board of County
Commissioners hereby requests proposals
from qualified individuals or firms to provide
Architect Services for the design of a new
jail.
Architect services will include preliminary
investigations, conceptual design and esti-
mates of probable cost. provision of neces-
sary sub contractual services such as sur-
veying and soil testing, final design, permit-
ting, bidding, construction administration,
resident inspection, and other necessary
. associated tasks. A scope of work outlining
tasks to be performed for each service pro-
vided for the Jail project must be included in
the proposals.
Architect services proposals will be evaluat-
ed based upon the following criteria:
11 Successful experience in North
Florida Jail Design.
2) Thoroughness and appropriate-
ness of proposed approach to meeting local
needs, including an outline of tasks and
potential availability schedules and estimat-
ed timeframes for completion of tasks (15
Points) .
3) Management and staffing capa-
bility, qualifications (20 Points).
4) Quality of client references pro-
vided and/or obtained (15 Points).
5) Familiarity (experience not
required) with local conditions (10 Points). .
Interested consultants should submit an
original and three copies of proposals.
sealed and clearly labeled "Sealed Proposal
for Architect". Proposals must be received
by 2:00 P.M. (CDT) on Tuesday, April 3,
2007, at the Clerk of Circuit Court Office,
Calhoun County Courthouse, 20859 Central
Avenue East, Room 130, *Blountstown,
Florida 32424.
The Selection Committee will open the pro-
posals in the Clerk's OfliKe at 4 00 P M
(CDT) on Wednesday, April 4, 2007. The
members will individually review the propos-
als and evaluate them according to the
ranking factors contained in the Request for
Proposals. The Selection Committee will
meet at 4:00 A.M. (CDT) on Wednesday,.
April 11, 2007, at which time they will sub-


mit their individual evaluation and ranking
forms. The ranking of each proposal will be
determined by the group based upon the
Request for Proposals evaluation system.
The group will prepare a ranking report and
recommendation for award, to be acted
upon by the Board at the Calhoun County
Board of Commissioners meeting at 5:00
P.M. (CDT) on Tuesday. April 17, 2007.
Additional information may be obtained
from Ruth W. Attaway. Clerk of the Circuit
Court, at (850) 674-4545. The Calhoun
County Board of Commissioners reserves
the right to reject any and all proposals,
waive technical errors, waive any informali-
ties or Irregularities, and award the con-
tracts in the best interest of the County.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER; FAIR.


HOUSING & HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBLE
JURISDICTION.
March 14, 21. 2007

Legal Notice
WINDOWS
TA0508-5
FL15-5 A&B AND FL 15-9 A&B
BONIFAY & BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA'
DOCUMENT 00100
INVITATION FOR BID
Bids for furnishing all labor, materials,
equipment, and services required for the
work known as FL15-5 A&B AND FL 15-9
A&B
Bonifay & Blountstown, Florida will be
received until 10:00 AM local time on April
5. 2007 at the office of the Housing
Authority (PHA) indicated below. At this
time and place all bids received will be pub-
licly opened and read aloud.
Without force and effect on the Bidding
Documents ind the proposed Contract
Documents, the work required is briefly
described as partial modernization of the fol-
lowing units and sites. The work
includes,but is not limited to, providing
replacement aluminum windows, including
associated carpentry, sealants, and paint-
ing.
* FL 15-A (Bonifay. FL - Twenty-Six (26)
Dwelling Units and two (2) Non-Dwelling
Buildings.
* FL 15-5B (Bonifay. FL - Fourteen (14)
Dwelling Units and two (2) Non-Dwelling
Units.
* FL 15-9A (Blountstown, FL - Twenty-Six
(26) Dwelling Units and One (1) Non-
Dwelling Unit..
* FL 15-9B (Blountstown. FL) - Eight (8)
Dwelling Units and One (1) Non-Dwelling
Unit.
The work required is fully described in the
Bidding Documents consisting of the Project
Manual and the Drawings.
Proposed Contract forms. Drawings and
Project Manual are on file in the office of the
PHA and the Architect TOMBERLIN ASSO-
CIATES, INC.. 4288 Revere Circle, Marietta,
Georgia 30062. telephone (770) 552-2040.
Bidding Documents may be obtained by pro-
viding a NONREFUNDABLE payment of
$50.00 per set of Documents to the
Architect. No partial sets will be issued.
Checks should be made payable to the
Architect and mailed to the above address.
Information regarding this Project, including
a list of the Plan Holders, can be viewed on
the Architect's web site:
www.TomberlinAssociates.com:
Each bid shall include Bid Guarantee in an
amount equal to five percent of the. Bid.
Provide as a certified check or bank draft
payable to the PHA; U.S. Government
Bonds, or as a properly executed Bid Bond
with surety acceptable to the PHA. A Surety
Company executing the Bid Bond must be
authorized to transact business In the
Project State, and must appear on the most
current U.S. Treasury Department's
Circular No. 570. The successful bidder is
required to provide satisfactory Performance
and Payment Bonds prior to execution of the
Agreement.
Refer to provisions for equal employment
opportunities and payment of not less than
minimum salaries and wages indicated In
the Project Manual.
Each bid shall include THE SIGNED ORIGI-
NAL AND TWO CONFORMED COPIES of
the following:
1. A properly executive Bid Form.
2. A properly executed Bid Guarantee
3. A properly executed Non-Collusive
Affidavit.
4. A fully completed Form ', D-5369-A.
"Representations, Certifications, and Other
Statements of Bidders".
Small businesses and minority firms are
urged to submit proposals. Certification as
a Minority-business Enterprise (or number
of partners, shareholders, employees who
are members of minority classification or are
women) should be included in the Bid pro-
posal. Refer to Article 38. 39 and 40 of The
General Conditions.
The PHA reserves the right to reject any and
all bids, and to waive irregularities and for-
malities in the bidding. No bids may be
withdrawn for a period of sixty days subse-
quent to the opening of bids without PHA
consent.
Northwest Florida � Regional Housing
Authority
P.O. Box 218 (5302 Brown Street)
Graceville, Florida 32440-0218
March 21,. 28, 2007

Legal Notice
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR WATER USE PERMIT
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to
Chapter 373, Florida Statutes, the following
application for water use permit has been
received by the Northwest Florida Water
Management District:
Application number 1 06817 filed
03/08/2007
Joseph Tillman, 19018 NE BE Barfielc
Road, Altha, FL 32421
Requesting a maximum withdrawal of
1,008,000 gallons per day from the Florida
Aquifer System for Agricultural Irrigation
use by existing and proposed facilities.
General withdrawal location In Calhoun
County: T02N, R09W, Sec. 14A
Interested persons may object to or com-
ment upon the applications or submit, a
written request for a copy of the staff report
containing proposed agency action regard-
ing the application by writing to the Division
of Resource Regulation of the Northwest
Florida Water Management District, atten-
tion Terri Peterson, 152 Water Management
Drive. Havana, Florida 32333-9700, but
such comments or requests must be
received by 5 o'clock p.m., on April 5, 2007.
No further public notice will be provided
regarding this application. Publication of
this notice constitutes constructive notice of
this permit application to all substantially
affected persons. A copy of the staff report
must be requested in order to remain
advised of further proceedings and any pub-
lic hearing date. Substantially affected per-
sons are entitled to request an administra-
tive hearing regarding the proposed agency
action by submitting a written request
according to the provisions of 40A-1.521,
Florida Administrative Code. Notices of
Proposed Agency Action will be mailed only
to persons who have filed such requests.
March 21. 007

Legal Notice
FOR SALE
CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN
The City of Blounistown has for sale the fol-
lowing vehicle.
ITEM A - 1987 Ford Dump Truck, Vin#
1FDNF70H3HVA39582


All Bids must be sealed and plainly
marked "Vehicle - Item A".
All bids may be submitted to the City
Manager's Office. City Hall 20591 Central
Avenue West. Blountstown, Florida 32424,
no later than 4:00 p.m., April 10, 2007.
The sealed bids will then be opened at the
regular Council Meeting that same day.
Tuesday. April 10, 2007 at 6:00 p.ni. in the
City Council Meeting Room. located at
17262 NW Angle Street, Blountslown,
Florida 32424.
All bids must have the bidder's, name.
address, telephone number, and description
of the item being bid, along with the dollar


amount of the bid.
The successful bidders will be required to
pay for item(s) sought within five (5) working
days of award of bid.
These vehicles will be sold as is, where is.
All bids should reflect these, requirements.
The item can be viewed at Pear Street inter-
section and S.R. 69.
The City Council reserves the right to reject
or accept any or all bids deemed in the best
interest of the City.
Minimum Bid $500.00
BY: Marshall Harpool, Mayor
March 21, 28, 2007

Legal Notice
NOTICE TO THE OWNERS AND ALL PER-
SONS INTERESTED IN THE ATTACHED
PROPERTY
This property, to wit: 1981 Yamaha
Motorcycle Vin# 5K5007223 is unlawfully
upon public property known as The
Calhoun County Sheriffs Office and must
be removed within 5 days; otherwise, it will
be removed and disposed of pursuant to
chapter 705. Florida Statutes. The owner
will be liable for the cost of removal, storage,
and publication of notice. The Sheriffs
Office will sale in public auction on
November 6. 2007 at 9:00 a.m.. CST, at the
Calhoun County Courthouse, 20859 Central
Ave.. E, Blounistown. FL. the vehicle if not


legally claimed. The sale will be subject to
any and all liens.
Calhoun County Sheriffs Office
20776 Central Avenue, East St. 2
Blountstown. Fla. 32424
850-674-5049
March 21, 28, 2007


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Ig Deadline Monday Noon * FAX: 674-5008 * Phone: 674-5041 * E-mail: classifieds@thecountyrecord.net


BOAT & MOTOR
1993 Honda outboard motor, 4
stoke has controllers and cables, 45
HP. $1200 OBO. Call 762-2878.

CARS & TRUCKS
1992 Mazda car, motor needs
repair, $85.00. Call 762-3772 or
762-4917.
1985 Isuzu truck with camp shell,
diesel, 35 MPG, $1500 OBO. Call
850-447-0408.
1989 S10, 4" suspension lift, 33 x
12.50 Pro Comp Xterrain tires on 15"
x 10" rims, 2 on 1 black powdercoat-
ed roll bar with 5 KC lights mounted
on top, Bushwacker fender flares,
Gator bedliner, new paint job, new
seat, 4.3 V6, needs some work but
runs. $3,000. Call 762-9623.
1989 Dodge 100, runs good, but
needs some work, $500 OBO. Call
762-3264.
1987 Oldsmobile station wagon,


needs lifters. $500. Call 674-3264

FOR RENT
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 bedroom furnished house for
rent, $300/month, plus utilities. No
pets, no children. Call 762-3317 for
more information.
3 bedroom, 2 bath mobile home in
Clarksville. No pets. $4350/mo.
Call 674-8725.

FOR SALE
Computers for sale - new or facto-
ry refurbished computers, Monitors,
Inkjet & Laser Printers, CD's, CD-
RW, CD Drives, Zip Drives, SparQ
Drive and Software. Call Russell A..
Peterson at (850) 674-2958, 17785
Crozier St., Blountstown. E-mail:
russellp@digitalExpt.Com.
White baby crib with mattress from
Badcock, barely used, excellent con-
dition. Paid $350, asking $75.00.
Call 674-4745 mornings.
Crib with mattress and bedding; car
set carrier with base, windup swing,
all in good condition. Call 762-8137.
White bedroom furniture: full bed
headboard and footboard with rails,
1-4 drawer chest, 1-3 drawer chest,
and 1 desk with hutch, $350. White
iron frame daybed with mattress,
$75. Call 674-8681.
8-drawer maple dresser with mirror
and matching night stand, $125.


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$2,500
Sign on Bonus
Certified Nursing Assistants
3-11 & 11-7

RN Supervisor
Position Available
7P-7A
$2,000.00 Sign on Bonus
RN/LPN Unit Manager
Full-time Floor Tech
& Dietary Aids
New more attractive pay scale
Qualified applicants should apply in person
or call
Marie Marshall, RN, Staff Developer
Parthenon Healthcare
of Blountstown
17884 NE Crozier St.
BlountAtown, FL 32424
Phone Z(850)674-5464/Fax 674-9384
TFC Feb. 7, 2007


Help Wanted

Griffin Sand & Concrete is
currently seeking a shop
mechanic with basic
knowledge of diesel trucks.
Cutting and welding a plus.
Must have own tools.
Salary based on experience.
850-674-8664


SUBSCRIBE
TODAY!
Call 674-5041


Call 674-2757.
2002 Honda CR250R, VForce reed
valve and performance exhaust.
Less than 50 hours on bike, $2,000.
Call 762-9623.
Queen Pillow-Top Mattress Set.
Brand new in plastic with warranty,
$150. 850-222-9879,
SOLID WOOD Cherry sleigh bed -
BRAND NEW in box, $275. (850)
545-7112.
SOFA & LOVESEAT. Brand NEW
LEATHER, still wrapped, lifetime
warranty, sacrifice $795. (delivery
available). (850) 425-8374.
Sofa/loveseat. New micro fiber set,
$475, must move, delivery available.
850-222-7783.
BEDROOM: New 6 piece set still
boxed, $599, can deliver (850) 425-
8374.
Queen size therapeutic bed. 2
years old, head and feet control,
massage control, double remotes,
excellent condition. $500 OBO. Call
762-2976 and leave message.
Lighted china cabinet, $150; elec-
tric clothes dryer, $50; two bar
stools,, $15 ea. or 2 for $25; ham-
mock with stand, $35; Purple Martin
house, $15. Call 674-6520.
Sliding on camper with bed, show-
er, ice box, table, damaged on one
side, $75. Call 674-3264.

HELP WANTED
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.

JOB OPPORTUNITY
A Terrific Opportunity!
Liberty National Life Insurance
Company
$100,000+Earning Potential,
Benefits,
Pension, 401K BCBS Insurance
Call 1-800-257-5500.

WANTED
Someone to build a screened
porch and someone to hang wallpa-
per. Call 674-1363.

LIVESTOCK
10 year old Bay Quarter horse
more, about 16 hands, beautiful,
needs experienced rider. Make a
good working cow horse, $850 OBO.
Call 762-2878.

SERVICES
Summer Child Care Ages 2-5.
Hours will vary according to work
schedule. References available.
Call 674-8616.


YARD SALES
Moving sale Saturday, March 31,
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. at 24849 NW
White Pond Circle, Altha. Take 73 N.
from Shelton's Corner, 1 mile to 73B,
turn left, go 1 mile to 1st stop sign,
go straight across which become
White Pond Circle, follow sign . 1/3
of a. mile to red and white block
entrance. Furniture, dining room
with china cabinet, living room, bed-
rooms, display cabinets, storage
cabinets, . kitchenware, dishes,
lamps, wall mirrors, TV's, computer,
printer, computer desk, chair, file
cabinets, something for everyone.
Call 762-8149.


16 UNDER CONSTRUCTION
1167 Sq. Ft. Heated and Cooled 3 Bed/2 Bath Home located on
16th Street in Blountstown. Tile and laminet flooring....$99,990.00 -

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Yard sale Friday and Saturday,
8:00 until 12: Noon at 18157 NW CR
275, go Hwy. 20 west to CR 275 turn (IL -
right, go 2 miles, watch for signs.
Lots of household items, nice furni-
ture, Ig. size ladies clothes, dress-
es,blouses, Ig. size men's clothes
and etc. Cancel if rain. Call 674-
8766 after 5 p.m. -. .


1, 2, & 3 Bedroom
Apartments
"The Best Place to Live"
Rental Assistance

utton Creek Apartments
16978 NW Mayo Street
Blountstown, FL 32424
850-674-4202
TDD/TTY 711
Equal Housing Opportunity

BUSINESS CARDS
FAX SERVICE
JOB PRINTING

Central Ave. * 674-5041


Justin Terry Jackie Teny Bud Terry Sandra Smith Ronnie vanu erop
Realtor Office Mgr. Broker Realtor Realtor

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Office: 850-674-3002
proteamrealty@gtcom.net
Hwy. 20 West
Blountstown, FL 32424

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RUBBER STAMPS

WEDDING INVITATIONS

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M&W Self Storage
RENTALS
7 Days A Week Service
5x10...$20 Per Month
10x10...$35 Per Month
10x20...$70 Per Month
10x25...$90 Per Month
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CALL 762-8807 OR 762-9555
OR 762-8597


AUTO HOME LIFE
* PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
For A Friendly Quote Call
674-5333
Vickery-O'Bryan
INSURANCE
603 N. Main St, Blountatawn, F ,


PRINTING
RUBBER STAMPS
FAXES
COPIES
CAMPAIGN SIGNS
MAGNETIC SIGNS
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AUCTION
APRIL 7, 2007
MOSSY POND VOLUNTEER
FIRE DEPARTMENT
10:00 AM
Need good used items (No clothes please).
Will pick up or you can bring to our fire
house located at 7128 NW Porter Grade.
All proceeds will benefit Mossy Pond Vol.
Fire Dept. Please support Fire Dept. both
by donating stuff and buying stuff. Please
attend. We even have food. Free coffee.
BINGO
will be held April 7, 2007 at 4:00 PM and the
first Saturday of the month thereafter. Free
coffee and popcorn. Hot dogs and cake at
moderate prices


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$20,000
Arboles Subdivision
Across from Peanut Mill
Hwy. 69A & CR 274


Piggly Wiggly
Bristol, Florida


Career Opportunities Available for the following:
Managers
Assistant Manger
Meat Cutters


Applications located at One Stop Center
Blountstown.
For further information call 850-674-5088


Become part of the team,
Liberty County, Piggly Wiggly


Equal Opportunity Employer
Assistance Proved by the Chipola Regional Workforce Board
March 21, 28, 2007









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Employ Florida cont'd-


training and education to
improve their skills. The site
currently has more than
30,000 resumes and more
than 233,000 job listings
posted-and those numbers
are increasing daily. It
receives more than 2.1 mil-
lion hits each week.
"We know our area
employers are always seeking
new ways to identify talented
prospective employees," said
Richard Williams, Executive
Director of the Chipola
Regional Workforce Board.
'The Marketplace allows us
to expand the reach of our
employment bank services so
that businesses have conven-
ient access to a large and
diverse pool of qualified can-
didates. Likewise, those look-
ing for a new job have ready
access to more options that
may lead to the right fit in
our region or elsewhere in


Florida."
The Marketplace address-
es a strategic goal of
Workforce Florida, Inc., the
state's chief workforce policy
organization. It's also part of
a broader initiative in
response to calls from Florida
businesses for more trans-
parency in the state work-
force system, which is made
up of two state-level partners,
Workforce Florida and the
Agency for Workforce
Innovation, as well as 24
regional workforce boards
and almost 100 One-Stop
Career Centers. Collectively,
these partners are known as
the Employ Florida network
of workforce services and
resources.
"The Employ Florida
Marketplace maximizes
opportunities to bring Florida
businesses and job seekers
together," said Curtis Austin,


President of Workforce
Florida. "It's another effective
tool in our ongoing efforts to
strengthen Florida's work-
force and move our state
economy forward."
The Marketplace has been
available to employers and
job seekers since 2005 in a
limited manner, but recent
improvements will allow for
greater access to local and
statewide services and
resources. Employers may
register on
EmployFlorida.com and. post
their openings at no charge.
Job-matching and other
employment services also are
available to job seekers at no
charge. In addition to open-
ings posted directly on the
Web site, thousands of other
Florida job opportunities are
listed using technology that
picks them up from other
sites.
Zenna Corbin, Chipola
Workforce Board Chair. stat-
ed "Now that many of these
services are just a few clicks
away, we expect even more
people to take advantage of
the employment, educational
and professional growth
resources available in our
region and statewide."


Orlando Opera Company to close 2007 Chipola Artist Series

MARIANNA-The Orlando Opera Company will present "Passion, Power, and Peril," Monday,
April 9, in the Chipola College Theater. The performance is the final offering of the Chipola Artists
S.eries. Passion, Power and Peril is a two-act musical extravaganza comprised of celebrated arias
and ensembles from both operas and musicals that will delight.audiences. Fully-staged high-
lights include selections from II Barbiere di Siviglia, Die Fledermaus, Les Mis6rables and Candide.
A limited number of individual event tickets-$12 for adults and $8 for ages 18 and under-go
on sale March 26 in the Chipola Business Office. For ticket information, call 718-2220.


CALHOUN COUNTY BOARD
OF COUNTY COMMISSION-
ERS
MINUTES
FEBRUARY 20, 2007

PRESENT AND ACTING:
WILLIE T. GRANT, CHAIR-
MAN
JERAL HALL, SR. VICE-"
CHAIRMAN
JIM PICKRON
DANNY RAY WISE
.DAN WYRICK

EMMANUEL HIRES,
DEPUTY
MATT FUQUA, ATTORNEY
RUTH ATTAWAY, CLERK
JANICE HOLLEY, DEPUTY
CLERK

The meeting was called to
order by Deputy Hires, with
prayer and pledge of allegiance
to the flag led by Commissioner
Wyrick.
The Planning Commission
met at 4:00 p.m. with the fol-
lowing recommendation for the
Board of County
Commissioners:
1. Hand .subdivision.
Motion made by Commissioner
Wyrick, seconded by
Commissioner Hall and carried
to approve said sub-division.

PUBLIC HEARING - DRIVE-
WAY ORDINANCE & ORDI-
NANCE 2007-01
Attorney Fuqua read to the
Board an Ordinance Amending
Driveways. After discussion a
motion was made by
Commissioner Wyrick, second-
ed by Commissioner Wise and
carried to correct said ordi-
nance before adopting.
Mr. Ron Wood asked the
Board not to pass the
Ordinance until all information
is correct. After more discus-
sion, a motion was made by
Commissioner Wyrick, second-
ed by Commissioner Wise and
carried to deny the Ordinance
until corrected.
Attorney Fuqua read
Ordinance 2007-01 an
Ordinance Correcting
Ordinance 2006-11. After dis-
cussion, a motion was made by
Commissioner Wyrick, second-
ed by Commissioner Pickron
and carried to adopt Ordinance
2007-01.

DON A. O'BRYAN, EMER-
GENCY
MANAGEMENT/GRANTS
Mr. O'Bryan presented to the
Board for approval and execu-
tion Contract Change Order # 2
to C.W. Roberts, Contracting,
Inc. for the Abe
Springs/Bullhead Bay Road
CIGP Project for a\25 day time
extension to expire March 25,
2007. After discussion, a
motion was made by
Commissioner Pickron, second-
ed by Commissioner Hall and
.carried to approve, and execute
Contract Change Order #2.
Mr. O'Bryan presented to the
Board information from the
'Herald Tribune concerning
*FEMA.
Mr. O'Bryan discussed with
the Board Alderman and Burch
Road.. He recommended to the
Board for Attorney Fuqua to
prepare an Agreement between
Keith Lee and Ms. Bailey con-
cerning property lines. After
discussion, the Board was
polled 'and they agreed for
Attorney Fuqua to prepare the
necessary paperwork for this
project.

DEBBY PETTY, USDA HOUS-
ING PROGRAM
Ms. Petty updated the Board
on Housing Programs available
for low income families. She
stated that if qualified, a loan
could be obtained up to $7,500
for as little as a 1% interest rate.

PATTY WOOD, ANIMAL CON-
TROL
Ms. Wood discussed with the
Board the possibility of having a
Calhoun County Humane


Society and Leash Agreement.
She presented to the Board
information on the above sub-
ject. After discussion,
Commissioner Wise stated that
the County needs a facility,
Ordinance and a Control
Officer. No action was taken.

ATTORNEY FUQUA
Attorney Fuqua stated that
he prepared for approval and
execution an Interlocal
Agreement between Calhoun
County and the Town of Altha
for providing assistance in the
.maintenance of streets and
roads within limits of the Town
of Altha. After discussion, a
motion was made by
Commissioner Wyrick, second-
ed by Commissioner Hall and
carried to approve and execute
said Interlocal Agreement.
Attorney Fuqua presented to
the Board a Resolution of the
Calhoun County Board of
County Commissioners estab-
lishing its opposition to a pro-
posed constitutional initiative
. petition to increase the home-
stead exemption by $25,000.00.
Establishing its support of the
Flprida Association of Counties'
on going effort to educate the
public on the harmful impact to
all Florida Counties and their
citizens that would necessarily
result from the passage of this
initiative. After discussion, a
motion was made by
Commissioner Wyrick, second-
ed by Commissioner Hall and
carried to table said Resolution
for review.


CLERK ATTAWAY
Clerk Attaway presented to
the Board for approval annual
leave request from Tim Jenks
for March 19 through March 23,
2007. After discussion, a
motion was made by
Commissioner Wyrick, second-
ed by Commissioner Hall and
carried to approve Mr. Jenks
request.
Vicki Montford discussed
with the Board the possibility of
initiating Rural County Tourist
Collections Tax. She stated that
Calhoun County did not charge
a tourist development or bed
tax. She explained that this is a
tax assessed on the rental of
hotel rooms. After discussion,
the board was polled and all
agreed for Attorney Fuqua to
research and report back at the
next Board Meeting.
Clerk Attaway discussed
with the Board Cell Phone serv-
ice. She stated that Nextel pre-
sented her a proposal and some
of things of interest were:
1. Tower Priority Signal
Agreement
2. Emergency Box
3. Mobile Tower
4. GPS Locator
5.. Direct Connect
After discussion, the Board
asked Clerk Attaway to contact
Alltel to see if they could provide
these services.
Clerk Attaway stated that a
New Jail Committee had been
formed and the 1st Jail meeting
will be held on February 21,
2007 at 4:00 pm.
Clerk Attaway stated that a
representative with Emergystat
will meet with the Board March
6, 2007 to answer any ques-
tions that the Board may have.
The February 6, 2007 min-
utes were approved as present-
ed.

COMMISSIONER WYRICK
Commissioner Wyrick asked
the Board to advertise for
Professional Services for an
architect as soon as possible.
After discussion, a motion was
made by Commissioner Wyrick,
seconded by Commissioner Hall
and carried to advertise for
Professional Services.
There being no further busi-
ness, the Board did adjourn.

ATTEST:
RUTH W. ATTAWAY, CLERK
WILLIE T. GRANT, CHAIRMAN


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