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When Less-Lethal Systems, Inc., (ALS) announced last year it was moving its headquarters and manufacturing operations from Arkansas to Taylor County, the company also stated it would be building a training facility for law enforcement and corrections personnel. AMTEC held a dedication ceremony for its new manufacturing facility in August, and this week it was time for the training campus to take a turn in the spotlight as the company held an Industry and Media Day Tuesday, Dec. 10. More than 200 people attended the event, including local, state and federal law enforcement and corrections personnel from a wide variety of agencies, as well as industry partners and guests. The Industry Day was a big success, ALS Training Vice President Mike Aultman said. We were very pleased that our local public safety ofcials, with whom we have formed good working relationships, were able to join us for this event. The facility will be utilized by local, state and federal law enforcement agencies as well as state and federal corrections ofcers for training as well as a location for AMTEC to showcase its less-lethal products.Group to sponsor turkey giveaway Saturday, Dec. 21A newly established nonprot group, headed by former Taylor County resident Garry L. McNealy Jr., will hold its rst event here in Perry Saturday, Dec. 21. Bridging the GAPP (Gaining A Positive Perspective) will be giving away 200 turkeys for local families in need at the Taylor Senior Citizens Center (located on Ash Street) from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The rst 50 turkeys will be earmarked for seniors served at the center; the remaining turkeys will be distributed on a rst-come, rst-served basis, McNealy said. McNealy serves as CEO/ president of Bridging the GAPP; Kenneth J. Alexander, is CFO and Marvin D. Stockton is COO/vice president.Historical Society hosts annual Christmas party MondayThe Taylor County Historical Society will meet Monday, Dec. 16, at 7 p.m. for its annual covered dish Christmas party. Good food and Christmas cheer will be the program for the evening. All members are encouraged to attend and bring a friend.Perry Primarys Shop now openPerry Primary Schools Snowakes Gift Shop opens today (Friday) and continues through Thursday, Dec. 19, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily. The shop is a convenient way for students to shop for their family, relatives and friends by themselves and then be excited about giving a gift. Adult volunteers will be on hand to assist students. Most items are $2, but prices will range from $1 to $5. It would be best if parents put the students money in an envelope and marked it Snowakes Gift Shop, and then write the names of who he/she is shopping for, keeping in mind that most items are $2. Checks can be made out to Perry Primary School, organizers said. The event is a fundraiser for the schools Positive Behavior Support Program (PBS) and proceeds will help provide support for students and teachers regarding good behavior. Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1889 Perry News-HeraldPerry News-Herald 50 Friday/ SaturdayDecember 13-14, 2013 Index One section 124th Year, No. Weather Friday69 35 Saturday73 54 Sunday65 63 80% Perry News-Herald Perry News-Herald 70% Looking Back . ......... A-2 Living . ..................... A-4 Religion . .................. A-6 Sports . .................... A-7 Entertainment . ........ A-8 TV listings . .............. A-9 Classieds . .......... A-10News Forum Welcome to the Big Show Welcome to the 6 th annual Southern Pines Blues and Barbecue Festival A Taylor Correctional Institution (TCI) sergeant was arrested Thursday, Dec. 5, and charged with multiple felonies related to smuggling cell phones and tobacco to inmates incarcerated at the facility. Delrikos Brooks, 32, was charged with conspiracy to introduce contraband, unlawful reward for ofcial behavior and money laundering. He posted a $10,000 bond and was released the same day. According to documents obtained from the Taylor County Clerk of Court, the conspiracy to introduce contraband into the prison spanned approximately six months. A condential informant stated he received approximately $200 every week via Western Union and provided all that Cell phones, tobacc o TCI sergeant charged with smuggling contraband One-of-a-kind training facility will host law enforcement, corrections personnel from around the country Please see page 3 Please see page 3 Dyal makes argument for keeping tax levy In 2010, Taylor County voters narrowly approved a measure which allowed the Taylor County School District to levy a 0.25 mill critical needs property tax to cover certain costs, namely returning physical education and music classes to lower grades and helping fund student transportation. With the levy set to expire following the 2014-15 school year, Superintendent Paul Dyal is recommending the school board place the issue back on the 2014 election ballot to renew the levy for an additional four years to help cover an expected jump in technology costs resulting from new state mandates. Dyal made his recommendation during a workshop Tuesday and the board is expected to take the issue up for a vote at its Jan. 21, 2014, meeting. Dyal began Tuesdays workshop by outlining what he said were technology concerns facing the district in upcoming years. Florida statutes require districts to make available digital Please see page 5


WHAT A DOWNTOWN OPEN HOUSE!Much like the 2013 version of a Downtown Christmas Celebration, the Downtown Merchants were pictured on front page, with Florsheim shoes offered at Wilders Men Shop, church choirs on the courthouse steps and brightly lighted merchandise at Western Auto, Wells Jewelers and Scottie Drugs. HOLIDAY WEDDINGSMr. and Mrs. James I. Parker of Perry announced the engagement of their daughter, Terrie Lynn to John Thomas Granthum the son of Mr. and Mrs. Olin R. Granthum Sr. of Perry. A Christmas Eve wedding was planned at Calvary Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Elzie N. Newman of Salem announced the engagement of their daughter, Sherry Kathleen to Charles Patrick Hunter son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Hunter, of Athena. The ceremony would be held in the new year, 1979, on Jan. 5 at 7 p.m. in Shiloh Primitive Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Mincy announced the engagement of their daughter, Teresa Marie to James Daryl Holmes the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Holmes Jr. The couple looked to 1979 for their Jan. 6 wedding at 6 p.m. in the First Baptist Church. The wedding of Jane Stephens Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Mason Williams of Perry, was held in the First Presbyterian Church. She married James William Tarman of Statesville, N.C. The couple planned to reside in Atlanta, Ga., after a honeymoon to the Virgin Islands.PERRY WOMAN ATTENDS GOVERNORS CONFERENCEMrs. John H. Millican of Perry was chosen as a delegate for the Governors Conference on Library and Informational Services in Tallahassee. In an unrelated story, Marshall Robert Dodd Millican was scheduled to graduate from Auburn University on Dec. 8 with a Bachelor of Science degree.HOW MUCH DID A CHRISTMAS TREE COST?At the Kiwanis Clubs annual Christmas tree sale, Scotch pines and cedars ranged in price from $8 to $15 with wreaths on sale for $6 each.BULLDOGS LOSE IN PLAYOFFSThe Taylor County Bulldogs lost a tough game to Milton in the Class AAA state-playoffs, 20-7, ending all hopes for a state championship. It was an overall good job from all the players, offensively and defensively, Coach Elmer Coker said, already looking toward the next year. Position-wise, well be better off next year. In another article, Coker was presented the Dunkel Trophy for his teams number one ranking in the Dunkel system. During the presentation, a spokesman for the Dunkel system said Taylor scored more points against its opponents than any other Class AAA school in Florida.HOME IN ALASKAA picture of Jerry Alford was featured in this weeks edition. The son of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Alford of Perry, Alford was living in Anchorage with his brotherin-law, Aaron Kinsey and his family. He was a 1977 graduate of Taylor County High School.CLEMONS MEETS STATE TREASURERArt Clemons of the Taylor County High School Key Club was pictured with State Treasurer and Insurance Commissioner Bill Gunter in Tallahassee. Gunter noted that he was a former Kiwanian as well as a former Key Clubber. REUNITEDTwo brothers, Ulie Granthum, 83, and Charles Granthum, 84, were reunited for the rst time in 60 years when Charlie visited in Perry Nov. 29.A-2 Perry News-Herald December 13-14, 2013 Looking Back December 13-14, 2013 THE PERRY NEWS-HERALD December 7 1978 Remember when...By ANTHONY L. WHITE anthonylamarwhite@yahoo.comA dream come true What happens to a dream deferred? Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun? Or fester like a sore--And then run? Does it stink like rotten meat? Or crust and sugar over--like a syrupy sweet? Maybe it just sags like a heavy load. Or does it explode? Those are the questions Langston Hughes posed in his classic poem, A Dream Deferred. I was in junior high and it instantly became one of my favorite poems. Since then, whenever life has gotten in the way and slowed the pursuit of my dreams, Ive turned to this poem and asked its essential question, What happens to a dream deferred? Today, Im living on the cusp of a On Tuesday, Dec. 17, publisher, Simon and Schuster, will release my novel, Our First Love, to an international market. Although this dream has been a long time coming, I fully expected it to become reality because I learned early on that a deferred dream isnt necessarily a dead dream. What I didnt expect was how up my dream-come-true would be. Sleep has never come easy for me, but insomnia has taken on a whole new meaning during the past few weeks. Ive never experienced writers block, but writing anything, even a grocery And, this week alone, Ive been compelled to read the complete novel more times than Ive read it since I weeks. Ive had other dreams come true, so this feeling is somewhat familiar. However, the dream thats coming true now has been with me longer than any other dream Ive had. I think I dreamed of being a published writer before I learned to write. And it wasnt just my dream. It was a dream shared by my grandmother, mother and most of my family. literary agent snapped up my selfForget, and assured me of success. A week or so later, several publishers who had been interested in the novel balked after the tragic events of 9/11 made tearjerker novels like mine a hard sell. So my dream was deferred. self-published Our First Love, my brother was killed in an auto accident. I was emotionally unable to promote and market the novel at the time, so I took it off the market. My dream was deferred again. A few months later, Strebor Books and Simon & Schuster considered the novel, but decided the time wasnt right for it. So, once again, my dream was deferred. Earlier this year, in February, the publishers contacted me and said the time was right for Our First Love. And thats why today, Im on the cusp of a dream coming true. I could have given up, but I didnt because I know what happens to a dream deferred. If you hold them tightly, believe wholeheartedly, and work tirelessly, they eventually come true. Standing tall Just in time for Christmas... Quotable QuotesBe loyal to what you love, be true to the earth, --Edward Abbey --Alexander Woollcott --Mignon McLaughlin --Elbert Hubbard --Thomas Edison


A-3 Perry News-Herald December 13-14, 2013 The facility boasts ve shooting ranges, including two 25-meter ranges, a 50-meter range, a 100-meter range and a 600-meter range complete with an elevated shooting platform. According to Matt Eckel, vice president of business administration, the 50-meter range was constructed to meet Florida Department of Law Enforcement certication specications to ensure it can be used by personnel with the Perry Police Department and Taylor County Sheriffs Ofce for training purposes. In addition to the ring ranges, the site is home to a one of a kind, privately owned corrections-oriented training facility, Eckel said. This includes a mock two-tiered corrections pod, with cells and doors built to federal prison specications for accuracy. There is also a prison yard next door for additional training exercises. The site also boasts an active shooter hostage rescue training facility consisting of multiple rooms and doors which can be aligned in different congurations for a variety of exercises. Finally, there are classrooms and other facilities available for the personnel undergoing the training. During Tuesdays Industry Day, guests attended mock drills in the hostage rescue training facility along with product demonstrations conducted by AMTEC and the companys weapon and ammunition partners. Those who wished were also able to try their hands at the various shooting ranges. CONTRABAND Continued from page 1 Inmates mother provided testimony, receipts METHODISTS Continued from page 1 PPD, TCSOLocal agencies can utilize facility for trainingmoney to Books. In testimony sworn before Judge Greg Parker, another witness testied Brooks conspired with TCI inmate Roman Frazier to introduce the cell phones and tobacco to the compound and that the items were being paid for by inmate family members. A second condential informant provided testimony that he would have his mother send money to a civilian and that he received tobacco on numerous occasions from inmate Frazier. That inmates mother testied that the civilian (listed as a condential informant) would contact her on her cell phone and instruct her to send money to him, in his name, via Western Union to Perry. She stated she sent money to him approximately 10 times with the amounts ranging from $200 to $240. The woman kept the receipts from those transactions and was able to produce them for investigators, the arrest afdavit showed. Parker signed the warrant for Brooks arrest Dec. 4 and it was executed the following day. It was unknown at presstime the status of Brooks employment with the Florida Department of Corrections. Having a hard time nding the right gift for someone who has everything? Helping Hands of the Shelter welcomes gift donations to benet homeless, injured and mistreated animals. Each tax-deductible gift will be acknowledged to the recipient in whose name the gift is given. Donations may be sent to: Helping Hands of the Shelter, 3548 Woods Creek Road, Perry, FL 32347. Helping Hands assists with rescue placements, low cost vet clinics and meeting general shelter needs. Donation to animal shelter group makes a great gift


A-4 Perry News-Herald December 13-14, 2013 Living Remembering The WidowsPerry Masonic Lodge #123 recently held its annual Widows Night at the lodge. All widows of past Master Masons were invited for fellowship, food and entertainment. The ladies were provided transportation to the home-cooked meal, and each was presented a yellow rose and gift for attending. Buddy Murphy and Mike Denmark entertained the crowd with musical numbers throughout the evening. A Mason always looks out for a fellow Brother Mason, his widow and orphans, said local Mason Allen Wood. Thats a promise we Masons do not take lightly. ...A Mason always looks out for a fellow mason, his widow and orphan Cline Moore is shown with Hattie Adams, Patricia Lindsey, Dee Sparkman and Myrna Archer at Widows Night hosted by Masonic Lodge 123. Thankful for 5 generations When families gather for the holidays, many recognize the blessings of food, fellowship and...grandparents! Earline Neeley submitted this photograph noting that her family had much to be thankful for this are Great-Great-Grandmother Agnes Blanton, Great-Grandmother Earline generation, Savanna Westberry. And heaven and nature sing... Bell gifts PGC with holiday design showcase at Wednesdays meetingBob Bells Christmas gift to the Perry Garden Club each year is to present a design program for the December meeting. Bell will take the stage on Wednesday, Dec. 18, showcasing his holiday blending of native greenery and dazzling blooms. Prior to his presentation, members will enjoy a covered dish luncheon at 11:30.


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A-6 Perry News-Herald December 13-14, 2013 Religion Singers, instrumentalists, puppets bring sounds of the season Bringing Christmas Home The adult choir of New Home Baptist Church will present, Bringing Christmas Home, on Saturday, Dec. 14, at 7 p.m. and then again on Sunday, Dec. 15, also at 7. Director Wayne Galloway invites everyone to attend. Tallahassee musicians perform A talented group of musicians from Tallahassee will bring a program of Christmas music to Lake Bird Methodist Church Sunday, according to Pastor Wallace Holmes who invites everyone to attend. Sam Tedder on saxophone, will be joined by Sandy Tedder (ute) and Rene Arbogast (trumpet). A covered dish luncheon will follow. Christmas dinner follows musical Athena Baptist Church will present a Christmas musical, The Love of God at Christmas, on Sunday, Dec. 15, at 11 a.m. A Christmas dinner will follow the music.Lakeside slates cantata, puppet showLakeside Baptist Church invites the community to its cantata on Dec. 15 at 11 a.m. Everyone is urged to return at 6 p.m. for a special performance by the puppet ministry.The Heart of ChristmasRayma Ball will direct the chancel choir in presenting The Heart of Christmas Sunday at First Presbyterian Church at 11 a.m. Fanette Chesser is accompanist. Everyone is invited. Village suggests reservations The Advent Christian Village Church will present its Christmas Cantata Saturday at 6:30 p.m. and Sunday at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Each performance is free but ACV suggests reservations for the Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon performances. Please call the church at 658-5344. Calvarys Kids Choir performs twice The Kids Choir of Calvary Baptist Church will present Christmas in Black and White both Saturday and Sunday, with performances at 6 p.m. Everyone is invited. Final Live Nativity is Tuesday New Home Baptist Church reminds the community that its nal Live Nativity for the 2013 season is Tuesday, Dec. 17, in front of the church. TIDBITS: New Bethel installs pastor By SARAH HALL The New Bethel M.B. Church invites all community family and friends to worship with them as they install a new pastor, the Rev. Thomas Jones, on Sunday, Dec.. 15, at 3:30 p.m. The New Brooklyn M.B. Church, Pastor Donald McBride and congregation will provide the program. Special Prayer List: Dorothy Williams (TMH), Laura S. Reaves (home), Charlotte Blount (DMH) and Flo Jenness at home. Also, the families and friends of the late Nelson Mandela, former president of South Africa. A special prayer for all: Precious Savior, thank you that we still have life. So many outstretched hands and hearts are waiting for love and mercy, We pray for their comfort. Teach us to wait more patiently on you, and to open our hearts to receive you. Flood us with your power and peace, In Jesus precious name we prayAmen.


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A-11 Perry News-Herald December 13-14, 2013 Editors Note: It is the policy of this newspaper to run the names of all those arrested and booked at the Taylor County Jail. All those listed below have been charged with a crime, but are considered innocent until proven guilty. Oct. 16: Kelvette Baker, 33, 317 N. Byron Butler Parkway, VOP (sex offender), Ofcer Livingston, TCSO. Lakesha Walker, 31, 114 Dove Road, disorderly conduct, battery, Dep. Hooker, TCSO. Michael David Salmons, 29, 2850 W. Page Road, disorderly conduct, battery, Dep. Hooker, TCSO. Oct. 18: William Edeneld, 56, Tallahassee, sentenced to 6 months county jail, Judge Parker. Katie Nichole Slobodian, 25, 2239 S. U.S. 19, VOP, Dep. Hooker, TCSO. Natalie Knowles, 41, 15066 Gulfway, DWLS (habitual), Ptl. McKenzie, PPD. Oct. 19: Meagan Robertson, 24, 411 Glenridge, DUI, Ptl Cephus, PPD. Charles Anthony Zayas, 29, 11371 Old School House Road, FTA (pretrial felony petit theft), out-of-county warrant, Sgt. Tompkins, TCSO. Allen Dean, 33, 7162 Beach Road, battery, Dep. Burford, TCSO. Leslie Dean, 40, 7162 Beach Road, battery, Dep. Burford, TCSO. Maxie Lafayette Floyd, 50, 1608 Grubbs Road, order to revoke pre-trial release, resisting without violence, Sgt. Tompkins, TCSO. Oct. 20: Warren Peeples, 53, Perry, battery, Ptl. Ricketson, PPD. Jessica Lynn Miles, 29, 5433 Tallahassee, VOP (felony DUI, sale of controlled substance), Dep. Cash, TCSO. Joseph Traynor, 28, 117 T.A. Miller Road, DWLS, Sgt. Tompkins, TCSO. Dana M. Sadler, 45, 801 E. Page Road, no valid drivers license, Dep. Shaw, TCSO. Jerry Nelson Hopkins, 24, 1216 N. Jefferson Street, writ of bodily attachment, Ptl. Cannon, PPD. Oct. 21: Cody Allen Williams, 25, 124 Cashmoore Street, DWLS knowingly, TCSO. Joshua Carl Hart, 22, 3460 Harrison Blue Lot 1, burglary, grand theft, Ptl. Grifn, PPD. Meghan Amber Martin, 22, 3460 Harrison Blue Lot 1, burglary, grand theft, Ptl. Grifn, PPD. Ronald Jeffery Crain, 54, 1856 Pisgah Road, VOP (resisting without violence, tampering with victim), Dep. Blue, TCSO. Chadwick Jason Gable, 38, Tallahassee, VOP, Dep. Blue, TCSO. Oct. 22: William Micklos, 22, 120 Huba Street, VOP (grand theft, burglary), Ptl. Grifn, PPD. Robin Hilson, 32, 114 Walter Smith Road, VOP, Ofcer Holmes, TCSO. Oct. 23: Ricky Bernard Robinson, 44, 603 W. Julia Street, resisting without violence, VOP (battery), Ptl. Cannon, PPD. Jacob David Morris, 18, Covington, Ga., warrant/FTA, Dep. Cash, TCSO. Oct. 25: James Michael Faircloth, 49, 9984 Spring Warrior Road, battery, aggravated assault, eeing and eluding, reckless driving, possession of weapon by a convicted felon, DWLS, cruelty to animals, Dep. Blue, TCSO. Tyler Joseph Tavares, 19, Panama City, battery on a law enforcement ofcer, resisting with violence, Dep. Kellerman, TCSO. Oct. 26: Wendy Council, 38, 184 Johnson Stripling Road, VOP warrant, Ofcer Ford, TCSO. Jamie Baumgardner, 26, 4940 Jones Baumgardner, trespass after warning, Dep. Blue, TSCO. Jarrod Anderson, 39, 4169 Bill Carlton Road, disorderly intoxication, Dep. Kellerman, TCSO. Kienondra Chaunte Gainous, 28, 103 Monroe Street, aggravated battery, Ofcer Young, TCSO. Oct. 27: Dustin Bain, 29, 101 Pine Tree Road, VOP (DUI), Dep. Gunter, TCSO. Doctawnus Lamal Anderson, 30, 1155 N. U.S. Hwy 19 #3, violation of injunction, VOP (aggravated stalking), Ptl. Gray, PPD. Christina Defulvio, 36, Jacksonville, aggravated battery, Dep. Cash, TCSO. Oct. 28: Michael Collier, 29, 298 Folsom Place, VOP (possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis, possession of drug paraphernalia), Ptl. Murphy, PPD. Brandon May, 30, 2397 Golf Course Road, no valid drivers license, Dep. Shaw, TCSO. Oct. 29: Simon Howard, 26, Inverness, VOP (less than 20 grams of cannabis), DUI, Dep. Cash, TCSO. Ignacio Chavez, 60, Miami, FTA (expired CDL), Dep. Cash, TCSO. Rose Juday, 32, Shiloh Church Road, trespassing, Sgt. Deeson, PPD. Oct. 30: Rickey Barber Jr., 33, Jacksonville, hold for Miami Dade, Ofcer Basch, TCSO. Mark Christopher Ensley, 18, 161 Millinor Road, burglary of structure, criminal mischief, Ptl. Cephus, PPD. Oct. 31: Timothy Foskey, 53, 1409 Quail St., revoked pre-trial release, retail theft, Ptl. Grifn, PPD. At the Booking Desk EMT Part Time F or local area community for night time & weekend shifts.Current v alid Florida EMT certificate and DL required with good driving record.Prior experience a plus. Competitive pay, access to onsite daycare and fitness facilities. Apply in person at Personnel Office Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m.until 4:00 p.m., or fax resume/credentials to (386) 6585160. EOE/Drug-Free Wo r kplace/Criminal background checks required. 12/13-01/01 Employment Training Offered for Older Job Seekers! Are you 55 or older and having difficulty finding a job? If so, Experience Works may have a training opportunity for you. 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2013 Blues & BBQ page 2 Come out to the sixth annual Southern Pines Blues & BBQ Festival and for just $5 you can be the judge and help select the Peoples Choice winner Saturday, Dec. 14, at Forest Capital State Park, from 12 to 2 p.m. The winner will receive a $500 cash prize and bragging rights for the year. Participants will be able to sample up to 30 BBQ entries from award-winning Open Competition teams. There are only a limited number of tickets, so anyone wishing to sample some of the best BBQ in the tri-state area is encouraged to purchase their tickets in advance at the Chamber of Commerce. Tickets will also be available at the t-shirt kiosk Friday and Saturday, Festival Coordinator Dawn Taylor said. The winner of the 2013 Peoples Choice competition will be announced during award ceremonies planned Saturday evening at 5. Helping to coordinate the event will be volunteers from Parrotheads in Perry-dise and visitors should be on the lookout for the groups mascot, Jimmy the Parrot, who may y in for a visit. Sample up to 30 entries $500 will be awarded to Peoples Choice winner Parrotheads in Perry-dise members will help coordinate the contest, with judging starting at noon Saturday.


2013 Blues & BBQ page 3 Syndicated radio show hosts John Boy & Billy--heard locally every morning on Gulf 104--return as sponsors for the sixth annual Southern Pines Blues & BBQ Festival Sauce Contest. Turning up the heat for the competition, a $200 cash prize will be awarded for the Best Overall Sauce. First place in each category (original BBQ sauce, mustardbased and hottest) will receive $100 cash prizes, trophies and bragging rights. Second place will be awarded $50 cash and a ribbon; third place, a ribbon. Big Show Foods and John Boy & Billy Grilling Sauce are title sponsors of the contest, which attracted a record number of participants in 2012 and promises the same this year. We are very excited to have Big Show Foods and John Boy & Billy Grilling Sauce return as sponsors and look forward to working with them in promoting not only the sauce contest, but also the great blues and BBQ line-up for this years festival, Coordinator Dawn Taylor said. Winner of the Best Overall category will also be presented an autographed guitar signed by John Boy and Billy. Participants may enter as many sauces as they like ($20 entry fee per sauce). Sauce entries will be taken 4-5:30 p.m. today (Friday) with winners to be announced Saturday at 5 p.m. (You must be present to win.) Get saucy!Best entry wins cash, autographed guitar


2013 Blues & BBQ page 4 Pitmaster fans are sure to recognize BBQ champion Rub Bagby and his Swamp Boys BBQ team when they re up their grills at this years Southern Pines Blues & BBQ Festival. The team will among the 50 cookers taking part in this years Open Competition, which is a Jack Daniels World Championship Invitational qualier and a Florida BBQ Association sanctioned event. Based in Winter Haven, the professional cook team began competition as a pro in 2004 and since then has racked up an impressive array of awards and titles, including 39 grand championships, 31 reserve grand championships, 107 top ve overall wins, 94 category wins and a rst place award in the pork shoulder category at the prestigious Jack Daniels World Championship Invitational. The team was #1 team in the country for 67 straight weeks, including all of 2009, by the National BBQ Rankings. Bagby was hired to go to Brazil Rub brings award-winning BBQ team to 2013 BluesBQ Please see page 5


2013 Blues & BBQ page 5 on two different occasions to train and help open that countrys rst American-style barbecue restaurant. He has been a spokesman for Kingsford Charcoal at the Daytona Firecracker 400 and the Steve Harvey Show. Bagby has also been a contestant on the hit BBQ Pitmasters television show. He will be available for photos and autographs at this years Southern Pines Blues & BBQ, which res up today (Friday) and continues through Saturday at Forest Capital Park. RUB Continued from page 4Bagby, team featured on BBQ Pitmasters Kidz Zone open--festival admission is free for all! Families are invited to enjoy the Kidz Zone featured at this years Southern Pines Blues & BBQ Festival this weekend at Forest Capital Park. Admission for the festival is free. We will have a wide variety of activities for children, including face painting, a bounce house and more, Coordinator Dawn Taylor said. There will also be a number of arts and crafts booths, not to mention several opportunities to get free samples of signature BBQ sauces, she said.


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2013 Blues & BBQ page 10 Longtime Taylor County businessman and entrepreneur Bishop Clark has developed a new product that Blues and BBQ Festival goers can sample this weekend. Clarks No Name BBQ Sauce is starting to become a hit in North Florida as it is now in 34 retail outlets and 12 counties (including Save A Lot stores) stretching from Pahokee to Marianna. Clark will be handing out free samples from his booth at the festival this weekend. Some 20 years ago he began tinkering with a couple of BBQ sauce recipes and after combining several key ingredients, he came up with a very unique sauce. In 2010 my boss tried it at a company picnic and asked if I would make a batch for our customers Christmas gifts. I did and before I knew it, I was spending more time making and delivering sauce than I was on my real job, Clark said. Earlier this year he took a leave of absence from his job and has been full time ever since preparing the sauce for market. He struggled for several months trying to come up with the right name when one day his wife said, Just dont name it. So, he named it the No Name BBQ Sauce. We say Its so good it needs no name, Clark said. Many who have tried it agree. Clark says he has had a lot of support and prayers from friends and family and he is extremely grateful. Look for Clarks sauce in local stores and at the festival. You can also friend him on Facebook at No Name BBQ Sauce. A sauce so good, it needs No Name Organizers are unveiling a new event at the sixth annual Southern Pines Blues & BBQ Festival: a special Battle at BBQ Junction series competition that is open to the public. BBQ fans will be able to get up-close-and-personal to watch as two teams face off in identicallyequipped tents as they prepare a mystery dinner for local VIP judges. Teams will have one hour and 45 minutes to prepare an appetizer, side dish, main dish and a dessert from whatever is given to them in a mystery boxusing identical cookers and identical ingredients from a well-stocked pantry. After the rst head-to-head battle at 3 p.m. today (Friday), another two teams will square off at 6:45 p.m. The two winners will face one another in the Battle at BBQ Junction Saturday at 3 p.m. (judging at 4:15 p.m.) The competition is just one of several highlights planned for the weekend, including the Open Competition featuring 50 top BBQ teams and the EZ Kidz Que Grillmaster Contest. Registration for the Kidz Que will continue until one hour prior to the event, which kicks off at 3 p.m. Saturday. Some $300 in cash and prizes will be awarded in two ages classes: 6-11 and 12-15. New this year: 4 teams will go head-to-head in Battle at BBQ Junction