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BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
The County Record
has added a new ele-
ment to our website:
video.
The new feature
debuted this week with
a video from the
Calhoun County School
Board meeting held
Feb. 10. Filmed by Joey
Peacock. the video fea-
tures footage from the
highly debated issue of
the new Blountstown
High School.
Plans are in place to
video other public meet-
ings and community
events of interest.
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Members of Calhoun County's state legislative delegation will hold a Legislative Delegation Meeting Monday,
Feb. 23, 2009, from 5:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. (CST) at the Calhoun County Extension Building inside the
Calhoun County Commission Board Roori located at 20816 Central Avenue East Blountstown.
Public comments will be heard on proposals for the, 2009 Regular Session of the Florida Legislature. To
request a spot on the agenda, individuals should contact Kristy Speers (850) 674 4519 no later than 5 p.m.,
Thursday, Feb. 19, 2009.
The Calhoun County legislative delegation consists of Representatives Marti Coley and Senator Al Lawson:
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EDUCATION



Plans for a new high school



remain hot School Bd. issue


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Progress continued at
the last School Board.
meetihig in the pursuit of a
site for the proposed new
Blountstown High School,
but it wasn't without some
bickering.
As previously reported
in The County Record, a
Potential site has been
located on Hwy. 69 North
between Mason Road and
Pine Island. The 80 acre
parcel, owned by Marc
Choulat of Gadsden
County, has an asking
price of $6500' per acre.
> Two appraisals were
ordered one by Bill
Carlton from Tallahassee
that came in the same as
the asking price. The sec-
ond appraisal was by
Jamie Lester of Wewa and
,it came in at $6250 per
acre. Due to the fact it is
lower than the asking
price, a 4-1 vote by the
board will be required


before the land can be
purchased.
Carla Trickey Peacock,
who is a local realtor,
questioned the board
about district 1 member
Danny Ryals' involve-
ment in the appraisal
process.
Superintendent
Tommy McClellan said
that he asked Ryals to
contact appraiser Jamie
Lester during a site visit
when they were rounding
up appraisers to get the
work done as soon as pos-
sible. /
"I was asked by the
superintendent to contact
Mr. Lester," Ryals stated.
When asked if he pro-
vided any comps (proper-
ty sale comparisons) to
Lester, Ryals said that he
gave them to Jerry
Parrish, the realtor repre-
senting the seller.
"As you well know,
most of the time when
appraisers are doing an
appraisal, they ask if you


CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Deadline is Friday to

order banquet tickets
The 62hd Annual Chamber Membership
Banquet is set for Thursday, Feb. 26th at the WT.
Neal Civic Center. There will be a short reception
at 6:30 p.m., with the banquet beginning at 7 p.m.
The keynote speaker will be A] Wenstrand who
is the President of Florida's Great Northwest, a
regional economic development organization rep-
resenting the sixteen counties in northwest
Florida. Mr. Wenstrand will talk, to membership
about regional developments that could have pos-
itive impacts on Calhoun County.
Tickets are available at the Chamber office or
online at www.calhounco.org. In addition, you can
purchase tickets from several Board members.
Danny Ryals, Vicki Montford, Joey Peacock, Jim
Waldorff, and Elam Stoltzfus all have tickets for
sale. Tickets are $25 each.
Because of obligations to the caterer, tickets
must be bought it advance. NO TICKETS WILL
BE SOLD AT THE DOOR.


have any comps," Ryals
replied. "We provided him
information we had on file
plus what we got from Mr.
Terry Stone, the property
appraiser." /
Peacock said she felt
there was a potential con-
flict of interest with Ryals,
who is also a realtor, being
in contact with the
appraiser when he has a
vote in the purchase of the
property.
"There is no conflict,"
Ryals remarked. "I
received nothing out of
this."
Since the call was
reportedly made during, a


site visit with realtor Jerry
Parrish, Peacock asked,
"Why didn't you step
'back as a School Board
member who is voting on
this and allow [Mr.
Parrish] to do his job?" '
Ryals responded that
he had Lester's number in
his phone and made the
call at McClellan's direc-
tion.
Chairwoman Kelly
King urged the bpard
members to use caution
when dealing with issues
that will be coming up for
a vote. "It's a matter of
See SCHOOL BOARD, page 2


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A major drug bust went
down in Liberty County
last week with three pan-
handle residents arrested
on multiple charges.
I Christopher Michal
Lasater, 22, of
Greenwood, Pete Rodell,
21, of Marianna, and
Rebecca N. Murphy, 30,
of Marianna were all'
taken into custody.
According to the
Liberty County Sheriff's
Office, the trio traveled
from Jackson County to
Bristol Feb. 11 where they
made contact with a cus-
tomer who was a confiden-
tial informant working
under the direction of the
Liberty/Calhoun Drug
Task Force. The informant
gave Lasater $800 in
marked bills to purchase
crack cocaine, ecstasy, and
marijuana. As soon as the
transaction went down,
officers hiding nearby
,sprang into action. They
arrested the trio and


recovered the drugs.
Lasater attempted to
flee to his car, but was
apprehended. He also pro-
duced a .45 caliber auto-
matic pistol and it was
seized. A total of 11.8
grams of crack cocaine, six
bags of marijuana pack-
aged for sale, and 13
MDMA (ecstasy) pills
were seized.
The operation was a
combined effort of officers
From Liberty, Calhoun,
and Gadsden counties,
along with the Florida
Highway Patrol and the
Liberty Correctional
Institution's K-9 dog team.
"This is. the kind of
cooperation that we have
to have to make opera-
tions like this successful,"
Liberty County Sheriff
Donnie Conyers
remarked.
Lasater is being held in
the Liberty County Jail
without bond. He is
charged with sale of both
crack cocaine and MDMA
See DRUG BUST, page 2


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CRIME


Arrest


made in


Pit Stop


burglary
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Calhoun' County
Sheriff's Office investiga-
tors have made one arrest
and another is anticipated
in a December burglary of
the Pit Stop convenience
store on Hwy. 20 West.
Corey Evan Guilford,
19, has been charged with
burglary of a structure, lar-
ceny under $300 and crim-
inal mischief. A warrant is
pending for a juvenile sus-
pect who has not yet been
located.
According to the
Sheriffs Office,
Blountstown Police
Department Officer Patrick
Crawford responded to a
commercial alarm at the
store just before 4 a.m. on
Dec. 27. He discovered the
front door had been shat-
tered. A surveillance video
revealed some slender
white males with baseball
hats or shirts covering their
faces and socks over their
lower arms and hands. The
..suspects were showt on the
tape -removing several bot-
ties of alcoholic beverages
from a cooler then leaving.
One of the males returned
and grabbed some flavored
tobacco wrappers and other
tobacco, products before
exiting the building.
The Sheriff's Office took
over, the case and Dep.
Nick Keller discovered bike
See BURGLARY, page 2
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postponed

The meeting to further
discuss the at-large voting
proposal in Calhoun County
has been postponed. It was
originally scheduled fori
Thursday, Feb. 26, but due
to the Chamber of
Commerce banquet being
held that same night, a new
date in March will be select-
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The County Record, FEBRUARY 18, 2009, Page 2


Six waus


from Tuesday
It's true...breaking up is
hard to do. But with
Valentine's Day behind us,
maybe it's time to put those
mushy-lovey-dovey feelings
behind us and do what
must be done.
I've come to realize over
the years that every single
government entity within
the boundaries of Calhoun
County has an unhealthy
relationship with Tuesday.
For the love of all things
sacred, can we end this
obsession and find a new
day to rendezvous and tend
to business? Say Thursday,
for instance? Perhaps
Monday?
If you've ever tried to
attend the Blountstown
City: Council and School
Board meetings, you are
feeling my pain. It's nearly,
impossible. The School


To the Editor:
"America is not at war,
the US Marines are at war;
America is at the mall."
This country was formed
as a REPUBLIC, and at
the time only property
(land) owners could vote. If
this were still in effect it
sure would make a differ-
ence in the way things have
went. Unfortunately, this is
what we get when we don't
. require our citizens to con-
tribute to our country.
In my opinion, by serv-
ing your country, you will
place a higher value on our
country and on our way of
life. For those who don't
serve, many of them are
oblivious to the costs
incurred to preserve this
country and our way of life.
I have always observed that
when someone gets some-
thing for notlin'g,'it has no
value to him or her. Our
own, countrymen -have
elected and placed in power
a group, of people who are
positioning themselves to
erode our Constitution to
the point that it will be
worthless, and we the peo-
ple will be unable to change'
it without incurring a sigrnif-
icant cost.
So, yes, I have a, real
problem with people col-
lecting welfare that are able
to work, while, their vote
has the same weight. as
mine. I have a lot of prob-
lems when some people are
allowed. to vote when all
they have ever done is take
instead of contribute
towards this country. I
think I learned a great deal
about belief in one's self and
honer. and values. It,
among some other things,
wag what determined my
.military service I when I
joined the United States
Marine Corp.
No, I am not politically
correct nor do I feel the
need to be. For I have
served My God, My
Family, My Country, My
State, My Community and
My Neighbors with
PRIDE, HONOR, and
COMMITMENT. with
DIGNITY. My values will
not allow me to partake
what is not earned. I still
get out pick up trash along
the roads, have a voice in
community affairs, and
assist those in need when
possible. '
I would like' to see all
boardrooms filld4 at each
CITY COUNCIL, COUN-
TY COMMISSION and
SCHOOL BOARD meet-
ings so our elected officials
would hear the real com-
munity. You have no
RIGHT to complain if you
do not participate. Those
whom do over the phone,
while having a cup of coffee
or behind closed doors
should not carry any
weight. This is FLORIDA
and we should be happy to
conduct businesss in the
"SUNSHINE" or for all to
hear.
I am what I am as well
as with me what you see is
what you get. I speak plain,
truthful and from my heart.
If I offended you, what can
I say accept it was not my
intent!
Michael W. Willis Sr.


KEI's CORNER Harden named hospital

By. KelUi Peacock, News Editor


,Board begins at 5 p.m. o"Employee of the Year"
Board begins at 5 p.m. on


the second Tuesday of
every month. The
Blountstown City Council
gathers at 6. Don't even
suggest trying to make it to
the Altha Town Council
meeting since it goes down
at the same exact time.
The Calhoun County
Commission is -also infatu-
ated with our gal, Tuesday,
but, fortunately, they meet
on the first and third weeks.
However, I'm baffled as to
the 2:00 session they have
on the first .Tuesday since
not many folks are off work
in the middle of the day.
But back to my point.
This Tuesday kinda love
has been going on for years
and it's not an easy thing to
- end. But I plead with you,
our fearless. leaders. Be
brave. Be bold. Be coura-
geous enough to pull out
that calendar and choose
another day of the week.


Ole Warrior,
Retired Soldier
Constitutional Guardian


To the Editor:
Today (Feb.. 10) I, filed a
complaint to the Calhoun
County Sheriff's
Department in reference to
a tax payer paid vehicle
and fuel being used for per-
sonal business.
While at a doctors
appointment, I parked
beside a sheriff's vehicle
which was, running with the
air conditioner on. This
vehicle was running at
10:30 a.m. when I arrived.
The deputy was inside, and
was called to the back for
treatment and departed
about 11:30 a.m. I *took
photographs and checked
the outside temperature at
67 degrees.
At approximately 12:15
p.m., Ipassed a local
restaurant and found three,
sheriff's vehicles there,
including the one from, the
doctors office with the
engine still running. The
temperature was 69
degrees.*
My reason for writing
this letter is the waste of tax
payers money. There has
been a bail out of banks,
state and private employers
using tax dollars by the fed-.
eral government. Florida
has cut many needy pro-
grams and our sheriff's
department is wasting our
tax money.
I have also observed
sheriff's, vehicles as well as
ambulances which are sup-
ported by tax. dollars
exceeding the posted speed
limits which is unlawful
under Florida Statutes
316.072 paragraph 2 and
4a. The provisions of this
chapter applicable to the
drivers of vehicles upon the
highways shall apply to the
drivers of all vehicles
owned or operated by the
United States, this state, or
any county, city, town, dis-
trict, or any other public
subdivision of the state sub-
ject to such exceptions as
are set forth in this chapter.
Emergency vehicles
may. exceed the speed only
when responding to an
emergency (term is to and
not from). It is time that we
citizens require an account-
ing of waste in all public
institutions. When I worked
as a state officer, I provided
my own personal trans-
portation and if I wanted a
meal during my tour of duty
I had to bring it with me. I
could eat as I worked and
no transportation was fur-
nished between home and
work. Why then should we
as tax payers pay for
.deputies to park county
vehicles upon their proper-
ty. We could, instead cut
down on vehicle insurance,
gas, and purchases of vehi-
cles. More than one deputy
could use the same vehicles
for their tour of.duity since
they have' to write their
reports of activities. Extra
vehicles should be parked
at the jail when not in use
or being repaired.

Michael Bailes
Altha, Florida


BY RON GILLIARD
Administrator

Hope your new. year is
off to a great start. It sure
is here at Calhoun-Liberty
Hospital! Here's an update
on some of the many good
things going on.
We're getting a lot of
that new equipment I've
been talking about for
awhile now. New beds are
being installed as we speak
and if you remember, some
of them will be of the type
that the patient can be
weighed while in it. This is
not only good news for the
patient but our staff as well.
You should see the smiles
on the faces of our nursing
staff!
Our new portable radiol-
ogy unit and new ultra-
sound unit are due in any
day now. The ultrasound
will also be able to do
echocardiograms. The new..
large radiology unit is due
within' the month. We have
already received several
new stretchers and vital
sign monitors, all designed
to help our-staff take better
care of you.

Still on the way is a new
automatic machine to help
with 'medication dispens-
ing, a new emergency gen-
erator. and significant
upgrades in our heating
and cooling system. We're
excited about all of this new
equipment and will keep,
you apprised of its arrival.
.. We are also performing
mammography again since
obtaining a new machine
for this important test. Ask
your doctor to also consider
a dexascan (bone density)
test when' you schedule
your mammo exam. We do
those also.
We're pleased to
announce our new physi-
cian officers: for this year;
Dr. Cliff Bristol is our new
President i'f "he Medical'
Staff. Dr. Jerry Skipper is,
the Vice President and Dr.
Iqubal Faruqui is the new
Secretary. A huge thank


Hospital Administrator Ron Gilliard congratulates Estella
Harden, Employee of the Year.


you goes to Dr. Misbah
Farooqi for his dedicated
service as President of this
very important body for the
past few years and during
some very difficult and
challenging times. Again,
-we are very fortunate to
have so many fine doctors
in our community.
We received another
wonderful donation when
Gulf Asphalt Company
gave us $10,000 last
month, the second install-
ment of their pledge of
$30,000 to. the hospital
over three years. We are
using these and' other
donated funds to continue
to upgrade the hospital in
many areas.

For example, we will
soon open our new registra-
tion office in the main
lobby. It will give improved
privacy to our patients as
they register for tests. And
boy are we doing a lot of
that! We had the busiest
month in December the
hospital has ever had and
it's continuing into the New
Year. .
Our total revenue for all
of 2008 was up almost 50%
compared with 2007.'
We're averaging almost ten
inpatients per day and do
214 "cat scans" per month
for just a couple of exam-
ples of our increased vol-
ume. We really appreciate
patients using our services
for the things we can pro-
vide.
I continue, to receive a
lot of compliments on the
courteous and compassion-
ate care we are providing,
I continue to thank our
hard working and dedicat-
ed staff for that. They are
the best! We're not'perfect
and will always work hard
to get even better in the
quality of care we provide.
But.I'm viy..proud of'what.
they've% done this past year.
And I would like' to rec-
ognize our eTiplovyees of the
quarter and for the entire
year of 2008. Our
Employee of the Quarter is


MaryBeth Brehm, LPN.
She is a wonderful example
of our staff providing that
good care. She is a "Super
Nurse," highly professional
and totally dedicated to her
patients. She truly cares
for them, as well as her co-
workers.
Our Employee of the
Year is Estella Harden! She
is .our Accounts Payable
clerk, and again, an excel-
lent choice for this award
-,and recognition. Est1el
goes out of her way to help
everyone. She is very hard
working, dedicated and"
professional. She is an
excellent representative of
our entire staff and we are,


very pleased she is the
recipient of this award.
Our warmest congratu-
lations to these two out-
standing' employees, and
my personal thanks: to
them for. the great jobs they
both do. Again, we have an
outstanding staff and they
have done a tremendous
job as we've continued to
turn the hospital around.
My. heartfelt thanks to
them all!

So that's a brief update
for you. If you have any,
-questions on the items'
mentioned or on anything
about the hospital, give me
a call at 674-5411,'ext 206.


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News. Editor

A Blountstown couple is
urging community mem-
bers to beware of a tele-
marketing scam.
Jim and Kathy Whaley
,received a call last week
from a company rep of


"Gold Rush" advising them
they had won $50,000. The
couple knew immediately it
was a scam, but listened to
see what the caller would
say.
The Whaleys were told
to go to their bank, not
mention anything about
their winnings to anyone,


Drug bust continued-


(ecstasy) within' 1000 feet
of a place of worship, along
with possession with intent
to sell crack cocaine, mari-
jdana, ,and MDMA. He is
also charged with aggravat-
ed assault with a firearm,
carrying a concealed
-weapon, and a person
engaged in a criminal
offense having weapons.
Rodell is being held on a


School Bd.-
perception," she stated.
After much discussion
and a heated debate, the
board voted unanimously to
allow, engineer Greg Bailey
and architect Dave Vincent
to proceed with the feasibil-
ity study on the property.
The board also voted to
approve an interlocal agree-
ment with the City of
Blountstown for utility serv-
ices at the proposed site.
For more highlights from
this meeting, check out the
video on our website at
www.thecountyrecord.net


Burglary
tracks n9ar the store park-
ing lot. The investigation led
to a nearby home where
three bikes were found
parked outside.' Inv. Mark
"Kipper" Mallory and Maj.
Roman Wood joined the
investigation and, after a
series of interviews,
Guilford was charged and a
juvenile is being sought in
the case.


$185,000 bond. He faces
the same crack and ecstasy
charges as Lasater, as well
as being a principle in the
first degree to aggravated
assault with a firearm, car-
rying a concealed weapon,
and a person engaged in a
criminal offense having
weapons.
Murphy is in custody on
a $40,000 bond. She is
charged with being a princi-
ple in the first degree to the
crack and ecstasy sales.
. The entire transaction
was monitored by officers
ana captured on videotape.
The case is being reviewed
by federal agencies and fur-
ther charges may be forth-
coming.



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then withdraw several hun-
dred dollars to cover the
taxes on their prize and
mail it to them. The clinch-
er was, they were told to
verify their fortune by call-
ing an 876 number.
"Kathy had just
received an email a few
days before telling her that
if she received a call like
that, not to dial that num-
ber because you would be
charged $2400 on your
phone bill," Jim remarked.


"But some people might
decide to make the call and
wind up with a big bill.",
As it turns out, the 876
number is in Jamaica.
The old rule applies: if it
sounds tooL good to be true,
it probably is.


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CALHOUN COUNTY
Feb. 5: Tana Renee Connell, failure to appear; Mary Baker, failure to
appear; Napoleon Byrd, possession of crack cocaine
Feb. 6: Phillip Vaughn, possession of controlled substance, DWLSR
Feb. 7: James Ledbetter, burglary of a dwelling, grand theft of firearms,
criminal mischief over $1000; Kenneth Leroy Peterson, domestic battery;
Kristi Lenora Chambliss, VOP
Feb. 8: Andre Ramos DaSilva, no valid DL; Douglas Allen Babcock, VOP,
failure to appear; Jeremy Lynn Robertson, felony DWLSR
Feb. 9: John Gray, VOP; Donald Allen, VOP
Feb. 10: Dennis Dean Paulk, child abuse; Robert Bendinger, petit theft;
Gray Mitchell, VOP
Feb. 11: Katlyn Hutcheson, theft of firearm; Shannon McClendon, child
neglect; Andrew Obartuck. VOP; Corey Guilford, burglary of structure, larce-
ny under $300, criminal mischief
Feb. 13: Cary Arrant, worthless check; Jeffrey Everett, DWLSR with knowl-
edge
Feb. 14: Jasmine Williams, VOP; Stacey Duggor, VOP
LIBERTY COUNTY
Feb. 6: Tommy Everett, serving 11 months, 29 days; Harold Rogers,
domestic battery
Feb. 8: Kristi Chambliss, hold for CCSO; Cordell Joins, Jr., poss. I/t 20
grams marijuana, drug paraphernalia, hold for Bay Co.
Feb. 10: Delatha Amerson, Hillsborough Co. warrant; Tristan Lemiel
Martin, VOP
Feb. 11: Shannon McClendon, hold for CCSO; Katlyn Hutcheson, hold for
CCSO; Rebecca Murphy, sale and pass. with intent to sell crack cocaine
within 1000' of place of worship (principle in first degree), sale and pass.
with intent to sell MDMA within 1000' of place of worship (principle in first
'degree); Christoper Laster, sale and poss. with intent to sell crack cocaine
within 1000' of place of worship, sale and poss. with intent to sell MDMA
within 1000' of place of worship, pass. of marijuana with intent to sell
within 1000' of place of worship, aggravated assault with a firearm, carry-
ing a concealed firearm, person engaged in criminal offense having
weapons; Rondell Pete, Sr., sale and pass. with intent to sell c cocaine
within 1000' of place of worship, sale and pass. with -intent to sell MDMA
within 1000' of place of worship, aggravated assault with a firearm (prin-
ciple in the first degree), carrying a concealed firearm, person engaged in
criminal offense having weapons
The above Individuals were booked Into the Calhoun or Lberny County
Jail over the past week. Although they have been charged with a crime,
they are considered Innocent until proven guilty.


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MaryBeth Brehm receives the award for Employee of the
Quarter from Hospital Administrator Ron Gilliard.







The County Record, FEBRUARY 18, 2009, Page 3


BMS School Related Employee of the Year Stacy Sims and Teacher of the Year Link
Barber are congratulated by Superintendent Tommy McClellan (center).


BES Teacher of the Year Linda Flanders (left) and School Related Employee of the Year
Charlotte Hanna with Superintendent Tommy McClellan.

Who will be school district's

teacher & employee of year?


Carr School Related Employee of the Year Lillie Nichols (ilel) and Teacher of Ine Year
Tiffany Nichols with Superintendent Tommy McClellan.


Nominees from the county office are Sidney Edenfield (left) and Jenny Hill, shown with
Superintendent Tommy McClellan.

Mn Deadline
Monday Noon


Gospel sing Saturday
at Abe Springs Baptist
There will be a gospel
sing a Abe Springs Baptist
Church on Saturday,
February 21. The sing will
start at 6.00 p.m. (CT).
Featured singers will be
Joyce Igo, local talent and
the children from Abe
Springs Baptist Church.
Pastor Allen Pitts and con-
gregation would like to
invite everyone to attend.
For more information,
call 674-5880.
Homecoming at New
Harvest Fellowship
The New Harvest
Fellowship Assembly of
God Church at 1800 N.
Hwy. 71 -in Wewahitchka
will have homecoming
service on February 22nd.
Service will start at 10:30


a.m. Dinner "on the
grounds will follow the
morning service.
Bring a covered dish and


I want to thank all the
friends and family for all
the support and food at a
time when we needed it.
I'm so blessed with good
friends and family and the
nice people I met while my
parents were sick, when
they passed away and after.
I especially want to
thank Dr. M. Farooqi for all
he did for my parents,
Robert Tomlinson and
Lucy Tomlinson. He is a
wonderful doctor and per-
son, we all think the world
of him.
Thanks to all the nurses
from the Rehab and the
hospital for the loving sup-


join us for an anointed time
of worship and fellowship.
For more information, call
850-832-7953.


port you gave. Super,
super. People could not
ask for better care from
anyone. To Hospice for
their support and care, they
are special. To the Senior
Citizens for fhe times they
came to the home and sit
with both parents, Home
Health nurses, and last but
not least Marlon Peavy for
being there for u. We
could not have gotten
through our pain without
each and everyone of you.
Thank you again from
the bottom of our hearts.
The Tomlinson Family
& Varnes Family


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Couple to be honored in Blountstown April 5


Corbin, Evans will wed Mar. 7


Dr. and Mrs. Finlay
Corbin of Blountstown are
pleased to announce the
engagement and forthcom-
ing wedding of their daugh-
ter, Christina Lynn Corbin,
to John Willis Evans. He is
the son of Mr. Harold
Evans and Ms. Jane Evans
of Sanford, North Carolina.
Christy is the grand-
daughter of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Percy Corbin of
Blountstown, Rev. David
Hertzler.and the late Ruth
Hertzler nf Mnrorantown.


Christina Lynn Corbin and John Willis Evans



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,Happy 1st Birthday,
Madalyn!
Madalyn Hall will cele-
brate her first birthday on
February ,18th. She is the
daughter of Ben and Brooke
Hall Madalyn enjoys play-
ing, with her friends at
Gateway Daycare, playing
fetchl" with her dog and
wrestling with her big sister
Anna Jo. Happy Birthday
Mads!


OUR GIRL IS "7"
YEARS OLD!!
Happy, birthday to
our girl, Kendall.
We love you, Mom, Dad,
& Kaiden and the rest
of the family!


PYERSTON O'NEIL BRIGHAM
Franklin and Evelyn
-Brigham. would like to
announce the birth of their
miracle baby boy, Pyerston
O'Neil, born on January 19,
20,09 at Gulf Coast Hospital'
in Panama City. He weighed
4 pounds, 2 ounces.
To welcome Pyerston
home with lots of love were
his proud grandparents,
Delphine Smith of St. Rose
and Pastor Edward Brigham
and .Missionary Rodella
Brigham; great grandparents,
Pastor Evelyn Gibbs and
Deacon Prince Gibbs of West
Palm Beach, uncles, aunts,
cousins and friends. He is
also the grandson of the late
J.H. Smith.
Pyerston enjoys the family
talking and reading to him.
We love you, Pyerston,
and thank God for you daily.
Welcome


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HAPPY "3rd" BIRTHDAY!!
Jordan DeAndre Pride,
son of LaToya Pride of Bristol
and Johnnie Pride, Jr. of
Gretna will celebrate his 3rd
birthday today, February
18th. '
He is the grandson of
Antoinette Monlyn of Bristol,
Joseph Baker of
Blountstown, Francis Pride of
Gretna, and Johnnie Pride,
Sr. of Quincy. Great grand-
parents are Josie Bell
Reeves, Hamilton Baker, the
late Mary Monlyn and Isreal
Baker, all of Blountstown.
Jordan enjoys going to
daycare at Libert'"Kid's Firstf
in Bristol. He enjoys playing
with his cousins, Rekia,
Recio, Jr.'and Jay. He also
loves bossing around his big
brother Javon and his Auntie
Cynthia and cousin Quinn.
Jordan will celebrate his
birthday on Saturday with a
Spiderman Party with family
and friends.


HAPPY BIRTHDAY,
CINDY!!
February 18, 2009
Love, Bubba, Cal & Clarissa


CECILIA GRACE HANKINS
Tracey and Ben Hdnkins
of Chattanooga, TN, are
proud to announce the birth
of their daughter, Cecilia
Grace Hankins.
Cecilia was born on
January 11, 2009 and
weighed 6 pounds, 12
ounces and measured 19
inches in length. She was
welcomed home by her
brother and sister, twins
Tucker and Kate.
Her maternal grandpar-
ents are Mike and Ann Tucker
of Blountstown. Her paternal
grandparents are Cecil and
Frances Hankins of Bristol,
TN. Her great-grandparents
are Kathryn Tucker and the
late Tommie Tucker of
Blountstown.


Pennsylvania.
The bride-to-be is a
1991 graduate of
Blountstown High School
and a graduate of Bob
Jones University,
Greenville, SC, with a BA
degree in Modern
Language-French. She
works as a Client Relations
Representative for Muzak
for Central North Carolina.
John is the grandson of
the late Mr. Wesley Evans
and Mrs. Rheumelle Evans


of Delray Beach, FL, and
the late Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Willis of Oakland,
FL.
The future groom is a
1991 .graduate of Lee
County Senior High School
in Sanford, NC, and a grad-
uate of North Carolina
State University, Raleigh,
NC, with a Bachelor of
Science degree in
Biochemistry. He is
employed as a Technical
Support Representative for


Crispin Corporation in
Durham, NC.
The wedding is planned
March 7, 2009, at The
Lodge at Table Rock State
Park, Pickens, SC.
An informal gathering
will be held in John and
Christy's honor on Sunday,
April 5, in the fellowship
hall of the Blountstown
United Methodist Church
from 2-4 p.m. No invita-
tions will be sent. All
friends are invited.


. . Wine and cheese benefit


Sfor clubhouse Saturday


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Pay tribute to

loved one by


sponsoring

a Victorian

street lamp

Blountstown Main
Street recently voted to pur-
chase several Victorian
streetlamps for downtown.
To help cover costs, the
public is invited to join the
-effort "
If you would like to spon-
sor one of the streetlamps,
you can make a donation in
memory of a loved one or
even pay tribute to someone
who is living. A permanent
plaque will be placed on the
streetlamp.
Call Kelli at 899-0500
for more details.

Black History
Month banquet
is Friday night
Every February, the
Prayer Chainers and Clay
Mary/Mayhaw host a ban-
quet to help celebrate Black
History Month. The time
has arrived for the annual
banquet to take place.'
The Banquet of Praise
will be held on February
20th, at 7:00 p.m. at the
W.T. Neal Civic Center
located on North Pear St.
The keynote speaker will be
Mr. Siren Stacey, a former
NFL football player.
An open invitation is
extended to the entire coun-
ty fo come out and'help cel-.
ebrate. Dinner will be
served.
If you need further infor-
mation, please contact
Pastor G.B. Sheard at 674-
8683 or Ms. Marjorie
Peterson at 674-3449.

MHS Class of '59
seeking info
On classmates
The 1959 graduation
class of Marianna High
School, Marianna, is seek-
ing information .on the fol-
lowing graduates for our
50th reunion celebration:
Ada Vi Breeze,' Pat
Clemmer Striker, Judi
Thompson, Pam Whalley,
Georgiana Wheelwright.
Please contact 850-482-
3477 if you have knowledge
of any of these or if you are
a 1959 graduate and have
not been contacted.




Em ai@us


Did you ever attend a
prom, a banquet, a wed-
ding reception or reunion at
the old log cabin that once
stood at Blountstown High
School? Maybe a Saturday
night dance or a birthday
party?
The cabin known as
"the clubhouse" has been
part of this community for
many decades. The old
structure holds fond memo-
ries for so many citizens
and former residents.
Thanks to the
Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement, the clubhouse,
that was in a dilapidated
state, now has a chance at
being revitalized. But your
help is needed to finish the
job they have started
Thanks to a grant, the
cabin was moved to the
Settlement and 'stabilized.
Funding is now needed to
get the structure in good
shape so the community
can enjoy it once again for
public events and private
parties.

A wine and cheese bene-
fit has been set for
Saturday, Feb. 21, begin-
ning at 6 p.m. at Longleaf,
the Calhoun County resi-
dence of Robert and Kay
"Trammell which is located
off Charles Pippin Road in


the Ocheessee area off of
State Road 69 North.
Tickets are available for
a $25 donation to Pioneer
Settlement with all- pro-
ceeds benefiting the club-


house renovation. For tick-
ets, stop by Wakulla Bank
in downtown Blountstown,
Merle Norman/Studio 20,
or call the Settlement at
674-2777.


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The County Record, FEBRUARY 18, 2009, Page 6


SAltha hosts East Gadsden tomorrow on the diamond


Cats edged by Ponce de



Leon in preseason classic


LlCHS staffers Rev It Up'


with healthy life program


The Liberty County
Health Department's
Healthy Communities
Healthy People program
just finished another Rev It
Up! class, this time for the
Liberty High School staff.
Several employees par-
ticipated in this program
that helps you understand
why your body works the
way it does ahd how to help


it work more efficiently.
Rev It Up! is a practical,
interactive instruction class
designed to help you
achieve a more efficient
metabolism and a healthy,
balanced life.
The staff at Liberty
High School enjoyed the
weekly classes and getting
their prizes every week for
keeping their food journals.


Thank you to Principal
Harriet Brady for allowing
Susan Chafiin to come in
and offer this program.

For more information.
regarding the Healthy
Communities Healthy
,People program, please
contact Susan Chafin at the
Liberty County Health
Department.


LIBERTY RECREATION




DEPARTMENT NEWS


Spring Sport
Registration This
Friday and Saturday
The Liberty County
Recreation Department
would like to remind every-
one that registration for the
upcoming spring sport sea-
son will continue on Friday
February 20th from 4:00
pm until 7:00 pm and again
on-Saturday February 21st
from 9:00 am until 12:00
pm.
Pony league through t-'
ball, as well as softball will
be registering. Registration
forms are now available in
the recreation office at
Veterans Memorial Civic
Center. Cost of registration


will be $50.00 per partici- will be paid for by the
pant which will be due recreation department.
upon registration along Volunteers are needed, to
with copy of birth certifi- help with concession and
cate. fund-raising. For more
For further information, information, please call the
please call the Recreation Liberty County Recreation
Department at (850)643- Department at (850)643-
2175. "- 2175.


Coaches and
Volunteers Needed
The Liberty County
Recreation Department: is
looking for coaches and vol-
unteers for the 2009 base-
ball, softball, and t-ball sea-
sons. All coaches who did
not participate in last yeqr's
spring sports will submit to
'a background check which


Liberty County Adult
Baseball
Liberty Recreation is
still looking for interested
adults for its adult baseball
team. The team is slated to
begin its season in April
and needs players. All
interested participants
should call Richie Smith at
(850)643-2175.


Mike Hagen Strength Team


at BHS Auditorium tonight


With impressive power
and passion, the Mike
Hagen Strength Team
begins their five-night cru-
sade' tonight, Wednesday,
Feb. ,'8, at 7 pm in 'the
Blount3town High School
Auditc'rium.
This group of profession-
al athletes travels the world
with a very unique min-
istry. Breaking burning
bricks, bending iron bars


The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) is
offering a free hunter safety
course in Jackson County.
The course will be in.the
Marianna High School
cafeteria, 3546 Caverns
Rd. in Marianna.
Instruction will take place
6-9 p.m. Feb. 27; 8 a.m. 5
p.m. Feb. 28; and the range
portion of the class will be
Mar. 1.
Individuals who have
taken the Internet course
and wish to complete the
classroom portion must
bring the online completion
report and attend only the
Feb. 27 class from 6-10
p.m. and 'the Mar. 1 range
day. F '
Children under 16 must


with their teeth, lifting tele-
phone poles are effectively'
used to communicate to
communities. The Strength
Team encourages students
to stay in school, recognize
their abilities, maintain
their goals and realize per-
son l achievement.
They will be speaking to
Altha School today, Carr
arid BMS Thursday, and
.Hosford and BES Friday.


be accompanied by an adult
at all times. Students are
encouraged to bring a pen-
cil and paper with them to
take ,notes.

The hunter safety course
is required for anyone born
on or after June 1, 1975 to
purchase a Florida hunting,
license. The FWC course
satisfies hunter safety train-
ing requirements for all
other states and Canadian
provinces.
People interested in.
attending this course can
register online and obtain
information about future
hunter safety classes at
MyFWC.com/huntered or
by calling the FWC's
regional office in Panama
City at 850-265-3676.


Admission to evening ral-
lies are free; an offering will
be taken every evening.
This fine event is being
sponsored by Rivertown
Community Church,
Poplar Head Baptist,
Corinth Baptist, Lake
Mystic Baptist,
Blountstown United
Methodist, Macedonia
First Baptist, Blountstown
First Baptist and the
S.WA.T. Team. Please call
any' of these fine organiza-
tions for more information.
Come, bring your friends,
families, and co-workers.
Deadline Mar. 13,
for farm EQIP,
WHIP programs
State Conservationist
Carlos Suarez with USDA-
Natural Resources Conser-
vation Service XNRCS)
announces March 13, 2009
as the cutoff date for two
Farm Bill conservation pro-
grams.' All applications for
the Environmental Quality
Incentives Program (EQIP)
and the Wildlife Habitat
Incentives Program
(WHIP) will be accepted
until close of business on
March 13, 2009.
EQIP and WHIP offer
financial and technical
assistance to install struc-
tural and management
practices on eligible non-
federal lands to address nat-
ural resource concerns and
wildlife habitat restoration.
Conserva-tion treatment
activities for EQIP and
WHIP are carried out in
accordance to a conserva-
tion plan developed with
the landowner or manager.
For additional details on
these Farm Bill programs
and for specific eligibility
requirements to participate,
contact Brian McGraw,
District Conservationist, or
Cathy Davis, SWCD
Secretary, at (850)674-
8271 ext. 3. The USDA-
NRCS Blountstown Field
Office is located at 17413
NW Leonard Street,
Blountstown. You can
access the Florida NRCS
website at http://www.
fl.nrcs.usda.gov/.


BY JIM MclNTOSH

COTTONDALE, FEB-
RUARY 13-Altha jumped
out to an early 3-d lead
over the Ponce de Leon
Pirates last Friday in the
Preseason Baseball Classic.
However, four fielding
errors committed by the
Wildcats in the final two
innings allowed the Pirates
to take home a 6-3 win. ,
Missing a lead-off home
run in the bottom of the
first inning by only a few
feet, freshman Tyler Huff
turned on a 0-2 pitch and
slammed it into the bottom
of the left center field fence.
Next, Jesse' Hall drew a
walk.. Then he and Huff
executed a double steal to
perfection. A one-out walk
issued to Ethan 'Byler
loaded the bases. Then
Caleb Morris jacked a fly
ball to deep center field
that was mishandled by the
Pirates' center fielder. All
three Wildcats-Huff,; Hall
and Byler-scored on the
miscue and it gave Altha a
3-0, lead:
Ponce de Leon plated 2


runs off of 4 singles in the
second inning to make it a
3-2 ballgame.
The Pirates tied it in the
fourth inning off of Altha's
first fielding error.
Three more Wildcats'
fielding errors in the fifth
inning gave Ponce de Leon
a 5-3 lead. With the bases
loaded in that inning, the
Pirates scored their ,final
run when a hit batsman
advanced to first base.
"Having four of our var-
sity players out because of
sickness, I was pleased with
the defensive efforts of
young infielders playing in
their spots," "said head
coach Arthur Faurot. "And
Tyler Huff did a good job
for us on the mound."
In his Wildcats' pitching
debut, Huff struck out 6,
walked 3, and surrendered
5 hits to the 25 batters he
faced. He was responsible
for all 6 of the Pirates' runs.
Seventh grader Jacob
O'Bryan relived Huff in the
fifth inning. Of the 6 bat-
ters he faced, he fanned 2
and issued a walk.


Besides Huff, two other
Wildcats' recorded hits.
Both Jacob O'Bryan and
Justin Waldroff had singles
in the game.
Altha opened their regu-
lar season yesterday at
Munroe. Their first home
game is of the varsity-only
variety tomorrow
(Thursday) at 6:00 pm
(CT) against East
Gadsden. The "Hardball
Cafe's" main menu will fea-
ture chili, chili pie and hot
dogs tomorrow night. Next
Tuesday the junior varsity
and varsity will travel to
Wewahitchka to take. on
the Gators in a 4:00 pm
(CT) and 6:00 pm (CT)
game, respectively. (Check
out next week's issue for
the Munroe and
Wewahitchka games' arti-
cles).
For the Wildcats' com-
plete schedule, go to
www.althaschool.org and
click on "Other School
Info."
GO WILDCATS AND
I'LL SEE YOU AT THE
BALLGAMES!!!


Altha stopped by Bucks in


district basketball tourney


BY JIM MCINTOSH

SNEADS, FEBRUARY.
10--Playing without two of
their starters-Jake
Edenfield and Caleb,
Willis--due to them being
sick, the Altha Varsity Boys
(4-15; 0-9, 2-2A) basket-
ball season came to an end
last Tuesday night. They
fell to the Bozeman Bucks,.
75.-50, in the quarterfinal
game of the Class 2A,
District tournament.
At the end of the first
'quarter, Bozeman (10-12;
3-6, 2-2A) held a 17-10
lead' and they increasedd it
to 38-24 at-' the intermis-'
sion. ', In the third stanza
the Bucks increased their
,lead by 22 points tomake it
a 60-34 ballgame.

Chipola will

host Baseball

Class Feb. 20-21
MARIANNA-The
Chipola Indians will host
the Fibrecare Baseball
Classic, Feb. 20-21, at the
Chipola stadium.
The -Indians play
Alabama Southern at 11
a.m..on Friday, Feb. 20, and
Middle Georgia' at 1:30
p.m. Middle Georgia and
Alabama Southern play at 4
p.m. Friday.
Action continues
Saturday, Feb. 21, with
Chipola and Alabama
Southern at 11 a.m.,
Alabama Southern and
Middle Georgia at 1:30
p.m., and Chipola and
Middle Georgia at 4 p.m.


In his varsity debut
'Jacob Warner led the
Wildcats with 15 points, he
pulled down 5 rebounds,
and he recorded an assist
and a steal. His fellow
freshman, Will Rogers,
dropped 11 points (includ-
ing 2 3-pointers) on the
Bucks. He had 4 assists
and a team-leading 2 steals.
Ethan Ellis sank 8 points,
was credited with 3 assists,
had a team-leading 2
blocks, snagged 2 rebounds
and was credited with a


steal. Tyler Hamilton
racked up 7 points along
with 2 assists and a
rebound. Ethan Byler
came away with 6 points, a
team-leading 7 rebounds
and a steal. Steven
Vassallo stroked a 3-point-
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assists, grabbed 2
rebounds, had .a steal and
he blocked a shot.
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JOHNSON IMPACTS GENERATIONS-The hundreds of players the late Milton H. Johnson
coached during his career included two father and son sets: (from left) Cody and Zack Taylor.
from Bonifay, Johnson (center) and Greg and Sydney Granger from Blountstown. Johnson
died at his Marianna home on Feb. 13.


Coaching legend Milton



H. Johnson passes away


Retired Chipola coach
Milton H. Johnson died
Friday, Feb. 13, in
Marianna.
Coach Milton H.
Johnson is among the best
to ever coach in' community
college basketball. From
1961 to 1993, Johnson won
628 games and led the
Indians seven national
tournaments, finishing sec-
ond in 1974. He was
named Division Coach of
the Year nine times, Region
VIII Coach of the Year six
times and FCCAA Coach
of the Year four times.
Johnson's winning ways
didn't begin in junior col-
lege ball. The legendary
coach gained wide recogni-
tion during six years at
Campbellton. High School
(1955-61) by winning three
state titles and rolling up an
incredible 55-game winning
streak. His lifetime coach-
ing record 'includes more
than 800- wins.
Johnson played basket-
ball, baseball and football
at Bay High in Panama
City. In 1947, he joined
Chipola's first basketball
team under Coach Roy
Beall. Later he transferred
tib'East Central Junior
College in Mississippi,
where he played basketball ,
and football, and met his
wife, the late Evelyn
Johnson. Coach Johnson
and.his biggest fan, Evelyn,
had two sons, Jimmy -and
David and an infant grand-


son.
Johnson finished college
at Livingston College (now
the University of West
Alabama) where he was an
outstanding scorer and
defensive star as guard.
After receiving his B.S., he
earned a Master's in
Physical Education from
Florida State. He then
served for two years in the
Army .before taking his first
coaching job in
Campbellton.
Johnson's gentle
demeanor and professional
attitude earned him the
respect of players and
coaches alike. Chipola
hosts the Milton H.
Johnson Classic each year.
The Chipola gymnasium
bears the name: Milton H.
Johnson Health Center.
And shortly after his retire-
.ment in 1993, coaches from
the league named the
Panhandle Conference tro-
phy in his honor.
Jphnson is a founding
member and long-serving
officer of the Chipola
Appreciation Club,
arguably one of the top ath-
letic booster organizations
in America. Club members
raise thousands thrd gh
annual memberships and
corporate sponsorships and
have amassed some $1 mil-
lion in an athletic endow-
ment.,
Johnson was a char-
ter member of the Florida
Community'College Hall of


Fame (1990) and was
named to the National
Junior College Athletic
Association Hall of Fame in
1993.
Chipola held two major
events in the last couple of
years to honor coach
Johnson.' Chipola's Night of
Champions in 2007, fea-
tured Billy Donovan, coach
of the Florida Gators two-
time national champions
basketball- team and
Chipola alumnus Cliff Ellis,
head coach at Coastal
Carolina.
In February of 2008,
more than 100 of Johnson's
players, cheerleaders and
friends attended a reunion
to recognize him for his
contributions to their lives.
On Jan. 17, 2009 several of
these players presented a
check for $50,000 to
Chipola for the purpose of
permanently endowing a
scholarship in ,honor of
Coach Johnson. To make a,
contribution to the fund,
contact the Chipola
Foundation at 850-718-
2445. ,
One of Johnson's former
players Robert Trammell,
said, "Not many people
earn the, title of legend dur-
ing ,.their ,ifetime,-;, but
Coach Miltpn Johnson has
done just that. In addition
to his phenomenal records
on the court, the contribu-
tions he made to the lives of
so many young people are,
tremendous."


CHIPOLA BASEBALL ALUMNI CAMP-C-ipola baseball alumni turned out in full force for the sec-
qnd annual reunion. Here several former players are pictured with future major leaguers who
turned out for a special clinic.



Chipola is hosting state


JUCO basketball tourney


MARIANNA-More
than 2,000 visitors are
expected to converge on
Marianna for the Florida
Junior College Men's and
Women's State Basketball
Tournament set for March
4-7 at Chipola College.
Advance tickets are now on
sale for the four-day event.
Some 400 basketball-
players from 16 teams,
along with coaches, cheer-
leaders and fans will fill
nearly 200 hotel rooms
during the tourney.
Numerous Division I
College coaches and
recruiters also are expected
to scout the talent in the
competition. Tournament
officials estimate that more
than $250,000 will flow
into the 'area during. the
tournament from food,
lodging, recreation and inci-
dental expenses.
Tournament administra-
tor Ronnie Myers, a former
Chipola player, said, "The
tournament is a huge
undertaking which requires


many volunteers and
tremendous financial sup-
port. We could not host this
event without the generous
support of our fans, spon-
sors and advertisers."
Thie Jackson County
Tourist Development
Council awarded a $10,000
grant to the Chipola
Appreciation Club to help
promote and operate 'the
tournament.
Waste Management is
official host sponsor for the
event. Other sponsors
include: the Florida
Lottery, Florida Credit
Union League, Community
South Credit Union,
Envision credit Union,
Jackson County Teachers
Credit Union, Tyndall
Federal Credit Union and
United Solutions.
Robert Trammell, ticket
sales chairman, said,
"Chipola has one of the
finest junior college athletic
programs in the country
and our people put on one
of the best tournaments


anywhere. The great tradi-
tions established here by
coaching legend Milton
Johnson are evident today
in the quality of this tourna-
ment."
Key supporters of
Chipola athletics are selling
advance tickets.
Tournament passes-$25
for adults and $15 for stu-
dents-will get fans into all
14 exciting tournament
games. Single session tick-
ets-two games-are $10
each.

The women's tourna-
ment begins Wednesday,
March 4, with the men's
tournament set to tip off
Thursday, March 5. Games
times are 1, 3, 6 and 8, on
Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday. The women's
championship is Saturday
at 5 p.m., with the mnen's
championship at 7:30 p.m.
For ticket information,
call 718-2220, or visit the
official tourney web site at:
www.chipola.edu


Big Bend


Baseball


action


to begin


on Apr. 5
Progress continues'to be
made in the development of
the Big Bend Baseball
League of Florida. On
Saturday, Feb. 14, man-
agers and coaches of
prospective teams met with
League officials at League
headquarters in Bristol to
ink franchising contracts for.
the 2009 baseball season.
Teams franchising from
the western division includ-
ed the Bay County
Brewers, Gulf County
(Wewahitchka and Port St.
Joe), Calhoun County
(Blountstown and Altha),
with the Jackson County
Blue Jays expected to fran-
chise on or before Feb. 28.
In the eastern division,
teams franchising were the
Bristol Diamond Dogs,
Chattahoochee Red Birds,
with the Quincy All Stars
and Franklin County
expected to franchise by
Feb. 28.
Preceding franchising
ceremonies, the 2009 slate
of officers were unanimous-
ly confirmed by the large
number in attendance. The
slate of officers consists of
Morrell Bailey (League
Commissioner), Donald
Stephens (Assistant
Commissioner ,Western
Division), Ray Mercer
(Assistant Commissioner -
Eastern Division),, Donna
Milton (Administrative
Assistant to the
Commissioner), Charollett
Bailey, (Treasurer) and
Harold Bailey (Promotional
and Publicity Chairman for
the League).
Check your local paper
for continuing news about
the Big Bend Baseball
League. League play begins
Sunday, April 5, 2009.


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Representative Marti Coley took time out of her busy schedule to meet with the students
during their mock session at the House of Representatives. Pictured, from left, are: Santana
Majors, Allie Pilcher, Baylen Price, Ariel Kemp, Zac Srnith, Coley, Remington Wade, Shannah
Bober, Cody Wade, Laurel Manor and Candance Griffin.


GCEC names winners

BHS Future Business Leaders pose with their awards after the district ceremony.


FBLA students win big Gulf Coast Electric
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at district competition


FCCLA, Pink Week
by Maria Trejo
During the week of
February 8-14, FCCLA
supported Breast Cancer
Awareness. The club sold
pink lemonade during
lunch .and break. The
funds will be used for the
cause of Breast Cancer
Awareness.
Throughout the week,
students were encouraged
to wear pink in various
ways to show support. To
show 'support they wore
pink socks, pink shirts, and
pink ribbons. Mrs. Mears,
the sponsor and club mem-
bers raised about $55. The
one who came up with the
idea of this project wasJacy
Richards (sophomore at.
BHS).
She said' she thought of
it because, "We saw it in a
FCCLA magazine and I
thought it would be a good
idea. Also, we wanted to'
help families with breast
cancer."
FCCLA has done a
great job at accomplishing
their goal to help other fam-
ilies in need.

FEA
by Christina Mears
Florida Future.
Educators of America had
an exciting week last week;
Mrs. Loraine McClellan,
our sponsor, arranged for
our club to work together
with the TMH class. We
enjoyed helping them cre-
ate Valentine cards for their
special valentine and seeing
their faces light up with joy!
Our goal as a club is to"
interact in the classroom, as
much as possible.


FBLA
by Makynzie O'Bryan
On Thursday, February
12, FBLA attended the
District Awards Ceremony.


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Kelby Durham and Cody Baldwin won first place honors
in Web Design at the FBLA competition.


Cody .Baldwin and
Kelby Durham earned a
perfect score and took first
place. in Web Design.
Caitlin Stewart took first
place in Word Proc. I.
Harlea Perdue placed first.
in Business
Communication. Meagan
Benton was awarded first
place in Job Interview.
Ashley Adams, Tarak
Amin, and Gabriel Dawson
earned first -place in
Management Decision
Making. In Computer
Problem Solving, Carneica
Baker took second place,
Christian Leavins placed.
third, and Matina Davis
earned fourth place.
Second place in Public
Speaking I was awarded to
Nilsa Prowant. While in
Public Speaking II, Blake
Garrett took third place'
and Tyler Prowant "took
fifth place.' Eliya Margrill
also earned second place in
Business Law. '
State competitions will
be held April 13-15 in
Orlando. Students .who
placed first will compete at
the Florida FBLA District
Leadership Conference.

Senior Shadow Day


On Friday, February 13,
BHS 12th graders partici-
pated in Senior Shadow
Day. Students were able to
choose a job that they were
interested in pursing in the
future. The jobs shadowed
included pharmacy, radiol-
ogy, teaching, truck drivers,
biologist and many others.
All. students were given a,
packet of various questions
to ask the person they
shadowed. Mrs. Loraine
McClellan would like to
thank all the business sites
who agreed to host a stu-
dent.


Calendar of Events
Thurs., Feb. 19,
Baseball at Home against
W. Gadsdei ".@6:00;
Softball at Home against E.'
Gadsden @ 4:00
Fri., Feb. 20, Baseball at
Home against Liberty @
5:30; Softball at Home
against Marianna @
4:30/6:00
Mon., Feb. 23, Baseball
at Home against Sneads @
6:00; Softball at Home
against Malone- @
4:30/6:00
'Tues., Feb 24, Softball
away at Bozeman @ 6:00


The 2009 BHS Project
Graduation Committee is
sponsoring a yard sale. If
you have items that you
would like to donate please


contact Kate at 850-379-
4002 or e-mail hester-
clan4@yahoo.com.,
All proceeds form donat-
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5:00 (doors open at 4:45) at Children must be
the RiverTown Community accompanied by a parent.
Church Life Center on Call 674-5747 for info.


BHS Project Graduation.
The yard sale will take
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February 28th from 8 a.m.
until noon on the corner of
Hwy, 20 & 12th Street
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CooperatLive recently lielU
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C. Youth Tour Contest at
the Honeyville Community
Center in Wewahitchka.
Each year, the'
Cooperative sponsors the
contest for high school jun-
iors whose parents \or
guardians are members of
Gulf Coast Electric.
Contestants are inter-
viewed by a panel of three
judges from the electric
cooperative industry, and
two winners are chosen to
travel qn an all-expenses-
paid trip to Washington, D.
C. in June, where they join
other eleventh-grade stu-
dents from all over the
United States to tour our
nation's capitol.
Local civic organizations
and high schools play an
important role in the con-
test, as they nominate the
students who vie for the
trip.' This year's contest-
ants were: Shannah Bober,
representing Vernon High
School; Candace Griffin,
representing the Kinard
Volunteer Fire
Department; Ariel Kemp,.
representing the Scotts
Ferry: Volunteer Fire
Department; Santana
Majors, representing
Wewahitchka High School;
LaureLManor, representing
the Wewahitchka
Ambulance Service; Dani
Newsome, representing
Port St. Joe High School;
Cody Paquette, represent-
ing Blountstown High
School; Allie Pilcher, repre-
sentirig, A. Crawford"
Mosley High School;
Baylen Price, representing
the Wetappo Creek
Volunteer Fire
Department; Zac Smith,
representing the
Wewahitchka Woman's


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Assistant Manager Michael White.


Club; Cody Wade, repre-
senting Wewahitchka
Search and Rescue; and
Remington Wade, repre-
senting the Wewahitchka
Volunteer Fire
Department.
This year's winners are
Ariel Kemp and Zac Smith.
Alternate is Allie Pilcher.
In addition to the
Washington, D. C. trip,
Gulf .Coast, Electric takes
all of the students nominat-
ed to compete in the con-
test on a two-day trip to
Tallahassee. There they.
tour various sites in
Tallahassee with other
eleventh-grade participants
representing electric coop-
eratives across the state.
Students representing
,the Cooperative ,.in
Tallahassee included:
Shannah Bober, Candance
Griffin, Ariel. Kemp,
Santana Majors, Laurel'
Manor, Allie Pilcher,
Baylen Price, Zac -Smith,
Cody Wade and Remington
Wade. Gulf Coast Electric
employees Chris Davis,
Kristin Douglas, Becky
Kent and Keith Pridgeon
served as chaperones for
the trip.
While in Tallahassee,
the students toured the


Governor's Mansion, then
viewed the "Our Body:
The Universe Within"
exhibit at The Mary
Brogan Museum of Art and
Science. They also partici-
pated in a mock session at
the House of
Representatives. The trip
concluded with a mock
hearing in the Florida
Supreme Court.
"The Youth Tour
Contest is a great opportu-
nity for us to reward local
students for being outstand-
ing leaders in their commu-
nities," GCEC Manager of
Marketing and Member
Services Kristin Douglas
said.
The Washington, D. C.
Youth. Tour Program has
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Students inducted into Honor Society
Carr School Nitional Honor Society held its annual induction ceremony January 30.
Newly inducted members are (seated, from left) Jacob O'Bryan, Melissa Newsome, Ryan.
Flowers, Aelon Dykes, Diana Crdckrell, Andrew Blount, Beth Andrews, (standing) Savannah
Stephens, Tyler Sangster, Jalissia Ruiz, April Rich, Faith Plazarin, Cassidy Odom,'and Rena
O'Bryan. Following the ceremony, a reception was held'for the members and their families
in the media center. Congratulations to all these students.


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Carr donates 138,000 tabs to Hannah Finch
Carr School recently had a special visitor, Hannah Finch. Hannah receives medical serv-
ices from the Shriner's Hospital. She has been featured in local news reports for her efforts
to collect 1,000,000 drink tabs to present to the Shriner's Hospital. The hospital recycles
these tabs to, pay for medicine and other items for needy children. Carr School collected
138,000 tabs for Hannah.. Logan and Morgan Weilbr collected over 10,000 of these tabs.
Carr School volunteer, Jeannine Pitts, spent over 39 hours counting these tabs. 'Pictured are
fromn left) Logan Weiler, 'Hannah:Finch, and Morgan Weller.

Laura Williams
honored with, ,
retirement party F i
Carr School retiree Mrs..'.
Laura Williams (pictured)
was recently honored with a '*'. .
surprise retirement party. I .
Faculty and staff gathered in", r*"..... .'"' t i
the school's media center
and presented Mrs. Williams
a handmade quilt. We appre- '
ciate her years of service and
wish her a happy retirement.

"_. Farm Bureau
At donates four

new computers
Calhoutn County Farm
Bureau recently presented
four new computers and
printers to Carr School.
These computers will be
L usedd to enhance learning for
students. Pictured are Mr.
Raymond Russell, Farm
.. Bureau Agency Manager and
Principal Darryl Taylor, Jr. in
Carr's computer lab. We
appreciate this generous gift
and wish to thank everyone
that helped make it possible.


ALTHA SCHOOL NEWS


This foursome from Altha returned from the 19th Annual Throssell Literature Festival at
Chipola College with awards in hand

Altha students place at


g Chipola literature festival


Calendar
Thursday, February 19 -
Senior Shadow Day; V
Softball at Liberty County,
5 pm; V Baseball vs. East.
Gadsden, 6:30 pm
Friday, February 20 --
MS Softball at Grand
Ridge, 3:30 pm;.V Softball
at Sneads, 6 pm
Monday, February 23 --
Progress Reports
Tuesday, February 24 --
JV/V Baseball at Wewa,
4/6 pm; MS Softball (DH)
vs. Marianna, 5 pm; V
Softball at Cottondale, 6
pm
Wednesday, February
25 -- Sims/Faurot Field
Trip
Thursday, February 26 -
JV/V Baseball at
Malone, 4:30/6:30 pm; V
.Softball at Bozeman, 6 pm
Friday, February 27 --
Wallace Math Olympiad;


JV/V Baseball at


Cottondale, '4/6 pm


Throssell Literature
Festival
By Brittany Stephens
The dreaded Friday the
13th didn't prove so
unlucky for a group of stu-
dents from Altha who trav-
eled to Chipola'College for
the 19th annual Throssell
Literature Festival.
Caitlyn Bruner, Katrina
Messer, Brittany Stephens,
and Rebekah Wiltse were
accompanied by English
teacher Mrs. Sherry Joyner
to compete in areas such as
gram-mar, literature, and
writing. Caitlyn Bruner
received Honorable
Mention in writing and
Brittany Stephens got third
place in writing and second
place in grammar.
Congratulations!


Cats' Cuisine
The Institute of
Culinary Arts invites the
public to dine at Cats'
Cuisine on Thursday, Feb.
26. The menu will consist
of Pork Loin with,. Garlic,
Baby Green Limas, Corn
on the Cpb with Garlic
Basil Butter, Yeast Rolls,
Caramel Apple
Cheesecake, and a drink.
The price is $6.00. Seating
times are 11:40 and 12:30.
Reservations can be made
by calling the school at 762-
3121. Please reserve by
Tuesday, Feb. 24.

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The County Record, FEBRUARY 18, 2009, Page 10


DANIEL RHODES
FOSTER
Daniel Rhodes Foster,
45, of Quincy, FL, passed
away Wednesday,
February 11, 2009, this
home.
Daniel was born on
October 2, 1963, in
Blountstown and lived in
Quincy for the past 12
years, coming from
Orlando. Dan was a loving
husband and, father and
will be missed by his fami-
ly. He was a Customer
Service Engineer with
Pitney Bowes Postal
Machines. Daniel served
in the United States
Marine Corp for 4 years
and was of the Baptist
faith.
He was preceded in
death by his parents,
Marvin and Carol Foster,
grandfather, Carey Yates,
and grandparents, Hilda
and Hillary Foster.
He is survived by his
wife, Marcia Foster, of
Quincy; three sons, Kaleb
Barineau, Hunter Foster
and Jacob Foster, all of
Quincy; two brothers,
Marvin Allan Foster of
Orlando and Patrick Foster
of Jacksonville; two sisters,
Suzanne Conner of
Tallahassee and Lynn
Foster of South Carolina;
and his grandmother, Mary
Leonard Yates, of
Blountstown.
Memrbrial services were
held Sunday, February 15,
at 3:30 p.m. (CT) at the
First Baptist Church in
Blountstown with Rev.
David Throckmorten offici-
ating. Anyone wishing may
make contributions to the
American Heart
Association.
All arrangements were
under the direction of
Marlon Peavy at Peavy
Funeral Home, in
Blountstown, (ph. 850-
674-2266).

EMORY LAMAR
"BUDDY" HUNT
Mr. Emory Lamar
"Buddy'" Hunt, 57, of
Altha, died Saturday,
February 7, 2009, *at
Calhoun-Liberty Hospital.
Mr. Hunt was a-lifelong
resident of Calhoun
'County. He enjoyed hunt-
ing, fishing, going to
church, -and spending time
with his grandchildren.
Mr. Hutnt attended Chipola
Community Church.
He was preceded in
death by his parents, Jesse
and Jewell Eastwood Hunt;
three brothers, Rocky,
,Albert and Roy Hunt, as
well as one sister, Linda.
He is survived by his
wife and caregiver, Patricia
Hunt, of Altha; four daugh-
ters, Laura Bailey and hus-
band, Howard, of Altha,
Angela Bailey and hus-
band, Danny, of Altha,
Amanda Willete and hus-
band, Peter, and Crystal
Landum, of Blountstown;
two sons, Fred Horine, of
Altha and Alonzo Hall and.
wife, Jennifer, of.Altha; one
sister, Alice Simmons, and
husband; Sammy, of
Westville; one brother, Earl
Hunt, and wife, Betty, of
Altha; 12' grandchildren,
Kristina, Heidi, Elizabeth,
Cazz, Harmony, Rocky,
Christian, Jesse,
Christopher, Bean, Blake,
and Brooke, as well 'as
many other family and
church family.
Funeral services for Mr.
Hunt were held at 10:00
a.m. Thursday, February
12, at Hall Funeral Home
with Rev. Johnny Godwin
officiating. Burial followed
in Chipola Cemetery in
Altha with Hall Funeral
Home directing.
Hall Funeral Home was
in charge of the arrange-
ments (ph. 850-762-3965).

MILTON H. JOHNSON
Milton H. Johnson, 80,
of Marianna died February
13, 2009, at his residence.
He was born in
Gainesville, FL and was a


longtime resident of
Jackson County. Coach
Johnson was a teacher and
coach at Campbellton High
School for six years, before
moving to Chipola College,
where he was the basket-
ball coach for 32 years. His
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Chipola gymnasium is
named the Milton H.
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whose life he touched.
Coach Johnson-was pre-
ceded in death by his wife,
Evelyn Johnson, and his
parents, David and Annie
Johnson.
Survivors include his
son, David. Giles Johnson,
and wife, Kristi, and grand-
son, Lane, all of Marianna,
who were also honored to
be his and his wife,
Evelyn's, care-givers dur-
ing the extent of their ter-
minal illness. He is also
survived by a" son,. James
Milton. Johnson, and four
grandchildren, Emily and
Krista Johnson of
Marianna and Sabin
Johnson of Central Florida
and Laura Holladay of
California; two great-
'grandchildren; two nieces;
a nephew; and very close
friends, Bob and Peggy,
Mathis. The family wishes.
to acknowledge his near
lifetime friend and fishing'
partner, Hodges Martin.
Funeral services, were
held at i10 a.m.' Monday,
February. 16, at The
,Milton H. Johnson Healfh
Center at Chipola 'College
in Marianna with the Rev.
Jack 'Hollis officiating.
'Interment followed in
Pinecrest Memorial
Gardens with James and
Sikes Funeral Home
Maddox Chapel directing.
Those wishing may
make' memorial contribu-
tions to The Milton H.
Johnson Scholarship Fund
at Chipola College. 3094
Indian Circle, Marianna,
Florida 32446.
All arrangements were
under the direction of
James &' Sikes Funeral
Home, Maddox Chapel, in
Marianna ..' (ph.
850.482.2332).

DAVID HOUSTON
KEMP
Mr. David Houston
Kemp, 27., of
Wewahitchka, FL, passed
away Friday February 13,
2009, in a construction
accident near Panama City.
David was born on
September 2, 1981, in
Blountstown and had lived
in Wewahitchka for most of
his life. He was a truck
driver for 'lTiangle
Construction Company.
He was preceded in
death by his grandparents,
Charles and Betty Bailey,
and grandfather, Carlee
Daniels. He was of the
Assembly of God faith.
Survivors include his
wife, 'Trlacy Price Kemp, of
Wewahitchka;. parents,
Houston and Patricia
. Kemp, of Blountstown; two
sons, Dylan Kemp and
Jarrot Jones, both of
Wewahitchka; one brother,
Frederick Kemp, of
Wewahitchka; one sister,
Jennifer Amanda Kemp, of
Blountstown; paternal
grandparents, Alva and
Roxie Kemp, of
Wewahitchka; several
aunts, uncles and cousins.
Funeral services will be
held Thursday, February
19, at 11:00 a.m. (CT)
from the graveside at
Kemp Cemetery in
Wewahitchka with Rev.
Dallas Presley .officiating.
Interment will follow. The


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* BOBBY MICKEL
MEARS
Bobby Mickel Mears,'
49, of Blountstown passed
away Wednesday,
February 4, 2009.
Bobby was born in
Jacksonville, Florida, and
lived most of his life in
Blountstown. He served in
the U. S. Army and was a
member of American
Legion Post 272.
He was preceded in
death by his father, Coy
Henry Mears.
He is survived by his
mother, Helen Mears
Hathaway, of Blountstown;
five brothers, Steve Mears
and his wife, Pat, of
Blountstown, 'Clinton
Mears and fiance, Teresa
Holley, -of Blountstown,
Donald Mears of'
Blountstown, Billy Mears,
and his wife, Faith, of
'Marianna, and Jackie'
Mears of Blountstown; two
sisters, Betty Hartzell-
Hodge,: and her husband,
Don, of Blouritstown and
Shirley Mears Davis of
, Bristol; two aunts, Doris
O'Bryan Tyre and her hus-
band, Fred, of Grand Ridge
and Linda Mears of
Fountain; many nieces and
nephews and great-nieces
and great-nephews.,
Funeral services were
held at 2:00 p.m., Sunday,


February 8, at Adams
Funeral Home Chapel with
Reverend Paul Smith and
Reverend John Marvin
Nichols officiating.
Interment followed in Mt.
Olive Cemetery in Altha.
Adams Funeral Home
was in charge of the
arrangements (ph. 674-
5449 or online at
www.adamsfh.com).

JOHN DEWEY
MELTON
Mr. John Dewey
Melton, 73, of Altha, FL,
passed away Tuesday
morning, February 10,
2009, at his home.
John was born on
November 1, 1935, in
Altha and had lived in
Altha for most of his life..
He was a retired Dredge
Boat Captain with over 50
years of service.
Mr. Melton was preced-
ed in death by his daughter,
Nancy Melton, and his two
wives, Bettie and Erma
Melton.
He is survived by one
daughter, Janice Graham,
of Altha; two brothers, J.W.
Melton and Ruebin
Melton, both of Altha;
three sisters, Jimmie Boggs
of Marianna, Ann Gilley
and Betty Adams, both of
Altha.
Funeral services were
held Sunday, February 15,
at 2:00 p.m. (CT) atPeavy
Funeral Home in
Blountstown with Chaplain
Gino, Mayo officiating.
Memorialization 'was by
cremation.
All arrangements were
under the direction of
Marion Peavy at Peavy
Funeral Home in'
Blountstown, (ph. 850-
674-2266).

MAY LEIGH MERRITT
Mrs. May Leigh
Merritt, 49, of Cocoa, FL,
passed away Friday night,
February 13, 2009, in


Wuesthoff Hospital in
Rockledge, FL.
May was born on April
3, 1959, in Miami and had
lived in Cocoa for the past
four' years coming from
Orlando. She was a home-
maker and a member of
the Methodist faith.
May was preceded in
death by her father, Roy
Merritt, and sister, Jan
Flagg.
She is survived by one
son, Michael Aaron Beyer,
and his wife, Crystal, of
Summerville, SC; mother,
Mary Stone Jessen, of
Daytona Beach; her great
love, Michael Beaudoin, of
Cocoa; one brother, Roy
Kenneth Merritt, Jr., and
his wife, Christi, of
Lebanon, TN; two sisters,
April Janson and her hus-
band, Ted, of Lake City,
June MVIincey of
Jacksonville; several aunts,
uncles, nieces and
nephews.
Funeral services will be
held today, Wednesday,
February 18, at 2:00 p.m.
(CT) at Shady Grove
Methodist Church in
Grand JRidge, FL,, with
Rev. Ted Janson officiating.
Interment will follow in the
Shady Grove Cemetery.
The family will receive
friends Wednesday,
February 18, from 1:00
p.m. (CT) until service
time at 2:00 p.m. at Shady
Grove Methodist Church.
All arrangements are,
under the direction of
Marion Peavy at Peavy
Funeral Home in
Blountstown, (ph. 850-
,674-2266).

EUGENE (GENE) C.
STEPHENS
Mr. Eugene (Gene) C.
Stephens, 96, of Kinard,
FL, passed away early
Sunday morning, February
15, 2009, at his home.

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Bible Study & Worship:..................... 6:00 PM
Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study ..........6:30 PM
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Located two blocks south of the intersection Highway 20
and Main Street in Blountstown
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19244 NE State Road 69, Blountstown, FL 32424
Sunday Services Ron Burger, Pastor
Sunday School..9:45 AM 850-674-5194
Evening Worship...6 :00 PM www.christianhomefreewillbaptistchurch.org
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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 Worshp 11:00 AM
Prayer and Bible Study Wednesday 6:30 PM
General Mission & Brotherhood 2nd & 4th Saturday 10 AM


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Located on Hwy 20 directly across from
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Wednesday Bible Study...9:00 AM
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He was born on August
21, 1912, in Wewahitchka,
FL, but as a youngster
moved with his family
south and eventually set-
tled in Plant City, FL.
During, the depression
years he became a certified
welder ,nd worked across
the country with his young
family in tow, working in
shipyards, pipelines and
took part in the building of
the Grand Coulee Dam.
During WWII he was a
foreman in the Tampa
Shipyard. His wife, Ethel,
who he taught to weld also
worked in the shipyard.
After the war he became a
long term 'employee of
American Cyamid working


in the maintenance in the
local phosphate mining
industry from which he
retired in 1972. Afterward,
he continued to pursue his
true interest of quail hunt-
ing, fishing, raising cattle
and riding his horses. In
1983, he decided central
Florida was too crowded
and moved to Kinard near
his relative, Libby Pitts.
He was a member of
Cypress Creek Missionary
Baptist Church.
He is survived by his
daughter, Carolyn Porter, of
Kinard; one son, Brad
Stephens, and his wife,
Loretta, of Garland, TX;
one nephew, Wilmer
Quincy, and his wife,


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grandchildren, Terrill Silva
of Cincinnati, OH, Scott
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great-grandchildren.
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meet the following criteria this could be the job for you.. High
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job stability, customer service skills, and attention to detail
and quality are a must for this position. A good starting wage
for PRN weekends from 06:00 am to 06:00 pm. The job will
begin ASAP for the right candidate that wants to come and
grow with our laboratory. Calhoun-Liberty Hospital is a drug
free/smoke free .work campus and is an equal opportunity
employer. Apply in person, fax, or e-mail resume to:

Calhoun-Liberty Hospital
Attn: Dana Melvin, Lab Manager
P.O. Box 419 -
Blountstown, FLt 32424
Ph: 850-674-5411 Ext. 210
Fax: 850-674-2450 '
E-mail: melvin.dana@gmail.com
Feb. 11, 18, 2009


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

button Creek Apartment
16978 NW Mayo Street
Blountstown, FL 32424,
850-674-4202
TD/TTY 711
Equal Housing Opportunity


1952 8N tractor, recondi-
tioned lift, replaced rims and.
back tires, $3,200. Call 762-
e 8205.
1979 Dodge motor home, 5.
new tires, new starter, good
deal. Call 762-8205.

The Calhoun County School
Board has used tires for sale at
e $20.00 each. For more .infor-
mation call 674-8212.

King comforter, bed skirt,
. sheet set, shams, pillow cases
in maroon and gold: $35.00 for
all. Call 643-6260.'

Welder workout machines, 3
station, chest, legs, etc.
Perfect condition,$175 -OBO.
Call 674-6019 or 643-6373.

Turkey,gun Remington 870,
r 3-1/2 inch 12 gauge, camo
thumbhole stock, $425. Call
S 674-6019 or 643-6373.

Prom dresses for sale, sizes
16-18. Cblors: turquoise, hot
pink, bronze, black, lavender
(new), and dark blue with deep
purple tone. All dresses like-
new, worn once or less; $70
OBO. Call 674-4330.

Computers for sale new or
factory refurbished computers,
Monitors, Inkjet & Laser
Printers, CD's, CD-ROM, CD
Drives, Zip Drives, SparQ Drive
and Software. Call Russell A.
Peterson at (850) 674-2958,
17785 Crozier St., Blountstown.
E m a i I
russellp@digitalExpt.Com.
Upright freezer, Frigidaire,
frost-free, used 3 months, paid
$799, will take'$500; 7 piece
used bedroom suite, headboard
w/mirror and lights, dresser, 6
drawer, middle cabinet, large


mirror/lights, base innerspring
mattress. and top mattress. All
for $400. Call 674-7189.

FREE PETS
Free puppies to a good home,
9-10 weeks old, 1/2 beagle, 1/4
lab. Call 762-8676, leave mes-
sage.

JOB
OPPORTUNITY
A Terrific Opportunity!
Liberty National Life Insurance
- Company
$100,000+ Earning Potential,
Benefits, Pension, 401(k),
BCBS Insurance for those who
qualify! Call 1-800-257-5500.

DRIVER TRAINEES NEED-
ED. Drivers being hired and
trained locally for Werner
Enterprises. No'exp. Needed.
1-866-280-5309.

LOST & FOUND
Lost -two dogs lost in
Clarksville area: male Black
Mouth Cur, tan in. color and
female Pit, black with white
chest. If seen, please contact
674-8534 and leave a mes-
sage.

PETS FOR SALE
Colby and Carver pit bull pup-
pies. 5 weeks old Saturday,
ready to go. 1 female, 2 males.
Mom and dad on premises.
$100 each. Call 674-2106, ask
for Darrell.

(2) blue heeler dogs, less than
a year old. 1 male, 1 female,
non-related. Asking $100 each.
Call 674-9461.

'Maltese puppies, AKC,
wormed and shots, ready
February 21, 2009. (1) male,
(1) female, home raised and
very lovable. Call 674-7995.


YARD SALE
Multi-Family yard sale,.
Saturday Feb 21st, 7am-until,
toys, exercise equipment, chil-
dren's, clothes, strollers, and
more. Located at J.O. Stone
Septic Tank Service next to
Farmers Co-op Blountstown.


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UM&W Self Storage

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
For A Frienlt\ Quoie Call E I T LV
674-53337 Days A Week Service
Vickery-O'Bryan 5R10 .$25, 10x$45
INSURANCE
coN.uins.BlountatownftW f 10X20.,,,$80

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BUSINESS CARDS CALL 762-88070R762-9555


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Reasonable Rates
Free Estimates'
- Call Chris Nissley

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Legal Notice
RUS Bulletin 1780-26
Exhibit D
9/2003
Advertisement for Bids
The Town of Altha will receive sealed bids
from any qualified person, company or
corporation interested in constructing the:
ALTHA WATER SYSTEM
IMPROVEMENTS,
PHASE 1
This project will consist of:
Modifications to the Altha Water System
Well Site on Bodiford Road in Altha.
These improvements will include the con-
struction of a 124,000 gallon ground stor-
age tank with cascade aerator, 1200 SF
concrete control building, two (2) service
pumps, re-grading of well site, construc-
tion of stormwater swales and related
electrical controls and yard piping.
Existing well on-site must have the
impeller trimmed. Estimated construction
budget is $600,000. Funding for the proj-
ect is provided through the USDA Rural
Development program.
Sealed bids will be received by the Town
of. Altha. Bids shall be submitted to the
Altha Town Hall, 25586 North Main Street,
Altha, FL 32421 until 2:00 PM,. (Central
Time) March 9, 2009, and then at said
office publicly opened and read aloud on
March 9, 2009 at 3:00 PM (Central Time)
at the Town Hall.
The Contract Documents may be exam-
ined at the following locations:
o Preble-Rish, Inc., .324 Marina Drive,
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
o .Preble-Rish, Inc., 10490 North Main
Street, Bristol, FL 32321
Copies of the Contract Documents may
be obtained at the Issuing Office, Preble-
Rish, Inc., 324 Marina Drive, Port St. Joe,
FL 32456 upon payment of $200.00 for
each set. Contact Kristin Brown at (850)


643-2771 for project information.
The Town of Altha reserves the right to
waive informalities in any bid, to accept
and/or reject any or all bids, and to accept
the bid that in their judgment will be in the
interest of the Town of Altha.

Legal Notice

THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS-
SIONERS OF CALHOUN COUNTY WILL
BE ACCEPTING SEALED BIDS FOR A
NEW WATER WELL UNTIL 12:00 P.M. ON
TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 2009. BIDS WILL
BE OPENED ON MARCH 3,-2009 AT 2:00
P.M. OR AS SOON THEREAFTER AS IS
PRACTICAL.
SPECIFICATIONS MAY BE PICKED UP
IN THE "SHIP" OFFICE OR THE BUILD-
ING DEPARTMENT FOR MORE INFOR-
MATION YOU MAY CALL DOWLING PAR-
RISH AT
674-8046.
THE BOARD RESERVES THE RIGHT
TO ACCEPT OR REJECT ANY OR ALL
BIDS.

Legal Notice
BID NOTICE
STATE HOUSING INITIATIVE'S
"SHIP PROGRAM"
THE CALHOUN BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS WILL ACCEPT
SEALED BIDS ON BEHALF OF ITS
STATE HOUSING INITIATIVES PART-
NERSHIP "SHIP" PROGRAM FOR THE
REHAB OF HOUSES UNTIL 12:00 P.M.
LOCAL TIME ON TUESDAY, MARCH 3,
2009. BIDS MAY BE DELIVERED TO
THE CLERK'S OFFICE IN THE CAL-
HOUN COUNTY COURTHOUSE,
BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424, BIDS
MUST .ARRIVE BEFORE DEADLINE.
BIDS WILL BE OPENED ON MARCH 3,
2009 AT 2:00 P.M. OR AS SOON AFTER-
WARDS AS POSSIBLE.


BIDS MUST BE SEALED IN A ENVE-
LOPE MARKED "SEALED BID FOR
"SHIP REHAB" AND IDENTIFIED BY THE
NAME OF THE FIRM, AND THE DATE
AND TIME OF THE BID OPENING.
'BID SHEETS AND SPECIFICATIONS
MAY BE OBTAINED BY CONTACTING
DOWLING PARRISH, SHIP ADMINIS-
TRATOR, 20859 EAST CENTRAL
AVENUE, ROOM 309, BLOUNTSTOWN,
FLORIDA, TELEPHONE (850) 674-8046
OR 674-2571.
A MANDATORY PREBID CONFERENCE
WILL BE HELD ON THURSDAY, FEBRU-
ARY 19, 2009, AT 9:00 A.M. LOCAL TIME
IN ROOM 117 IN THE CALHOUN COUN-
TY BUILDING DEPARTMENT LOCATED
ON THE 1ST FLOOR OF THE CALHOUN
COUNTY COURTHOUSE.
REHABS WILL BE BID. IT IS THE
RESPONSIBILITY OF THE
VENDOR/CONTRACTOR TO PUR-
CHASE ALL PERMITS DEEMED NECES-
SARY.
BIDDERS MUST PROVIDE PROOF OF
GENERAL LIABILITY AND WORKMAN'S
COMPENSATION INSURANCE IN THE
BID PACKAGE. THE INSURANCE MUST
BE IN FORCE AT THE TIME OF THE BID
OPENING. AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO
PROVIDING WORKMAN'S COMPENSA-
TION INSURANCE, THE PROSPECTIVE
BIDDER SHALL PROVIDE PROOF OF
WORKER'S COMPENSATION EXEMP-
TION. ANY PERSON CLAIMING TO BE
EXEMPT SHALL BE SUBJECT TO AN
ON-THE-JOB INSPECTION FOR PROOF
OF EXEMPTION AND LICENSE OF ALL
WORKERS ON JOB SITE.
MINORITY CONTRACTORS ARE
ENCOURAGED TO PARTICIPATE..
CALHOUN COUNTY IS AN EQUAL
OPPORTUNITY JURISDICTION.
THE CALHOUN COUNTY BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REJECT
ANY AND ALL BIDS AND TO WAIVE ANY
INFORMALITY.
THE SIGNING OF THE CONTRACT IS
CONTINGENT UPON THE APPROVAL
OF AND/OR RELEASE OF FUNDS BY
THE FLORIDA HOUSING FINANCE


AGENCY
CALHOUN COUNTY IS /AN EQUAL
OPPORTUNITY/FAIR HOUSING COUN-
TY.

Legal Notice
THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS-
SIONERS OF CALHOUN COUNTY WILL
BE ACCEPTING SEALED BIDS FOR THE
FOLLOWING :
1. NEW WATER WELL
2. (2) NEW SEPTIC TANKS
UNTIL 12:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY, MARCH
3, 2009. BIDS WILL BE OPENED ON
MARCH 3, 2009 AT 2:00 P.M. OR AS
SOON THEREAFTER AS IS PRACTICAL.
BIDDERS MAY BID ON ITEMS SEPA-
RATELY.
SPECIFICATIONS MAY BE PICKED UP
IN THE "SHIP" OFFICE OR THE BUILD-
ING DEPARTMENT. FOR MORE INFOR-
MATION YOU MAY CALL DOWLING PAR-
RISH AT 674-8046.
THE BOARD RESERVES THE RIGHT TO
ACCEPT OR REJECT ANY OR ALL
BIDS,

Legal Notice
The Calhoun County School Board pro-
poses to amend its policies for the
Calhoun County Schools as follows:
ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES ACT
CALHOUN COUNTY SCHOOLS
CHAPTER
6.00--HUMAN RESOURCES
Amending Policy:
6.145 Substitute Teachers
1)It shall be the policy of the Calhoun
County School District regarding substi-
tute teachers that those with four or more
years of college and/or 5 years experience
teaching in the District shall be called first.
Next those with two years of college will be


called. Anyone who does not meet these
standards but has had experience and is
requested by an administrator or teacher
shall be called next.
STATUTORY AUTHORITY:
1001.41, 1012.22, 1012.23, FS.
LAW(S) IMPLEMENTED: 1 0 01 .43,
1012.32, 1012.35, 1012.36, 1012.39,
1012.55, 1012.56, F.S.
ECONOMIC IMPACT:
MINIMAL
A hearing will be held on the above
amendment in the Courthouse in
Blountstown, Florida at the regular School
Board meeting beginning' at 5:00 PM.,
C.S.T. on Tuesday,March 10, 2009.
Kelly King, Chairperson
Calhoun County School Board
Attest:
Wilson T. McClellan, Superintendent
Calhoun County Schools

Legal Notice
PUBLIC NOTICE
The annual Information Return form, 99PF
of the W.T Neal Civic, Inc. is available for
public inspection at 17773 N. Pear St.,
Blountstown, Florida 32424. '


Legal Notice
R & R WAREHOUSES
NOTICE OF SALE
On March 2, 2009, at 10:00 a.m. (CST),
R & R Warehouses will dispose of the con-
tents of six (6) storage unit from
Blountstown at R&R Warehouses in
Blountstown at 19300 SR 20 W. (850)
674-4700.
The unit is believed to contain household
and/or personal property of the following
tenant:
Drew Bennett
Erica Fowler


Vera Kestner
Sally Lee
Angela Nowllng
Brenda Smith
All units not paid in full by this date will
be disposed of. THERE WILL BE NO
AUCTION!!

Legal Notice
ON-GOING ARCHITECTURAL AND/OR
ENGINEERING SERVICES
The Calhoun County School Board will
receive written proposals for on-going
architectural and/or engineering services
until 2:00 P.M., (CST), Thursday, February
26, 2009. .
Additional information may be obtained
at the office of the County Superintendent,
20859 East Central Ave., Rm. 20,
Blountstown, Florida or by contacting Willy
Pitts at 850-674-8661.
The Board reserves the right to reject
any or all proposals or to accept the pro-
posal deemed to be in the best interest of
the Board. The decision of the Board will
be final. No proposal will be withdrawn for
a period of 30 days after the opening date.
Wilson T. McClellan, Superintendent
Calhoun County School Board



LEGAL NOTICES

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Mike Purvis Owner
LICENSED DRILLERS
SALES & REPAIRS J






Residential & Commercial


Blountstown, Florida
850-674-2000
Fax: 850-674-9330
email: bracewellpsj@fairpoint.net


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CONSTRUCTION
Residential Framing & Remodeling


11856 NW Glory Hill Road
Alma, FL 32421


Cell 850-209-8458
Home 850-762-8307


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(850) 674-5158
Scr'ning- Calhoun. Libcrtn, .lac(ion & Gulf Counline


Phone: 762-4755
Fax: 762-8954
Cell: 209-7506

HAMPTON CONCRETE
FINISHING. INC. -
Commerc.iat & Resdential Concrete Constructon
Slewwall *Monollic *CoCncrete Counter Tops
Drivewavs *Slampring *Cc.irete Pumping P.O Box 569
Somerc Copper Head La:er Scread Aliha. FL 32421


Heating, Air Conditioning & Insulation
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20567 NW Depot Avenue


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HAYES WELL SERVICE

Bubba Hayes License #3123
674-9766 643-7993
*Deep & Shallow Well Pump Repair*
*Backhoe/Loader Work (light duty)*
*Water Line Installatione
*Swimming Pool Pump Repaire



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CELL: 850-643-6162
JASON SLUGGS
CELL:..850-557-7207


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No Job Too B, or Small NO MONEe
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CERAMIC TILE HC
SEAMLESS GUTTERS FR
PAINTING
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Fi- Corir,ra.:ic.r L.C a00C'j551


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* MANITOWOC Ice Machines \
-U CUS1I7AKI Ice Mach I


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Sales and Service ol All Types Heating & A/C Units.
Ice Machines & Cold Storage
HWY 20 WEST BLOUrrStOWr. FLA .... 674-8538
George While. Owner Operalor





www.soundoffaudio.com
SALES, SERVICE AND INSTALLATION
AUDIO & VIDEO EXPERTS
FOR HOME. CAR AND BOATS


Mathew & Dara Layfield
Owners
rales.-, soundolfaudio com


850M674-6363
fax 850/674-2248
19277 SR 20 W
Blountstown, FL 32424


Van Hilliard Siding Co.


MARIANNA
Ph- 526-5029
Fay 762-3584
Blounlslown/Allha
762-3585
Civer 3 'ear-.. E.periri,.e
Oua)irv W0omanri-hip,


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Painting & Repairs

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850-209-5718


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