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Taylor County is set to receive some $9.3 million in state projects over the next year based on the 2014-15 budget approved recently by the Florida Legislature. That was one of the messages brought by Sen. Bill Montford, whose district includes Taylor, during a talk last week with the Perry Kiwanis Club. The country can easily look to Florida as an example of how commonsense and principled answers can be found on both sides of the aisle and quite frankly in the middle of the aisle, Montford said about this years session. We have and will continue to work together, Senate and House, Democrat and Republican to do what is best for Florida. When talking about Taylors allocations, he stressed that the budget has not yet been signed by Florida Gov. Rick Scott and all line items are subject to his veto. Among the projects set for funding this coming year are a $215,000 grant for renovations to Florida Capital Hall, a $50,000 grant for improvements at Hodges Park at Keaton Beach and $400,000 for a Steinhatchee septic tank elimination project. The vast majority of the money targeted for Taylor will come in the form of road projects, which include: to S.J. Tom Moore Avenue, River Bridge (Shady Grove from Pace Drive to Roberts Off Road) from CR 30 to Transit Funding, $213,000. Additionally, $312,000 is allocated for the design and construction of box hangars at Perry-Foley Airport. Montfords district encompasses 11 counties, including Calhoun, Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf, Hamilton, Jefferson, Leon, Liberty, Madison and Wakulla. Relay hosts wrap-up party MondayTaylor Countys Relay For Life committee will host the 2014 wrap-up party Monday, June 2, at Crosspoint Baptist Church, starting at 6 p.m. (The church is located at 920 Courtney Road.) Team awards will be presented and team members will get a chance to bid on Relay-related items during the auction. Each team is asked to bring a nger food or dessert to share. Drinks and paper goods will be provided.Indoor yard sale studentsAn indoor yard sale will be held this Saturday, May 31, at Perry Primary School from 8 a.m. to noon, benetting Character Education NOW. This is very worthwhile program that benets children at the school by providing character education instruction to students. The referral data shows that referrals are down overall in grade 2 and this program is effective. Lets keep this going by taking the time to visit our indoor yard sale, organizers said. June 10The Taylor County Chapter of the Florida A&M University National Alumni Association will host its annual scholarship reception Tuesday, June 10, at Jerkins Community Center starting at 6 p.m.TTI offers AutoCAD courseTaylor Technical Institute will be offering an Introduction to AutoCAD community education course this summer. The dates of the course will be June 16, 19, 23, 26 and July 7, 10, 14 and 17, from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The cost is $289 per person. The 20-hour course is designed to teach technical drafting and design techniques using the latest version of AutoCAD software. For more information, contact student services at 838-2545. LakeToday (Friday) is the nal day to sign-up for 4-H Camp Cherry Lake, which will be held June 9-13. Summer is made for fun and fun will be had by all at 4-H Camp Cherry Lake, 4-H Extension Agent I Abbey L. Tharpe said. Kayaking, archery, spa, life lessons and fun with friends are just a few of the activities youth will take part in at 4-H camp this summer. The cost of the camp is $230. For more information, call the 4-H ofce at 838-3508. Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1889 Perry News-HeraldPerry News-Herald 50 Friday/ SaturdayMay 30-31, 2014 Index One section 125th Year, No. 22www.perrynewspapers.com Weather Friday86 68 60% Saturday90 67 Sunday89 69 40% Perry News-Herald Perry News-Herald 50% Looking Back . ......... A-2 Living . ..................... A-4 Entertainment . ........ A-6 TV listings . .............. A-7 Sports . .................... A-8 Religion . .................. A-9 Classieds . .......... A-12 SATURDAY More than dozen loaded log trucks had to park it Wednesday morning; deliveries to the mill were resumed Thursday. Power outage, chemical leak shut down GP mill Cellulose Mill experienced a chlorine dioxide release Wednesday morning, forcing the company to clear part of its facility until the problem could be resolved. an accidental release of chlorine dioxide, which is process, Public Affairs Manager Scott Mixon said. To our knowledge, there have been no injuries whatsoever. According to Mixon, the release forced the evacuation from the immediate area. The rest of the employees were sheltered in place, he Contender tosses hat into ring for county commissioner seat A contender has tossed his hat into the ring for the Dist. 4 county commission seat currently held by Pam Feagle. David Jason Woods, a teacher at Taylor County High School, submitted the required petitions to to qualify by the petition method, Monday, May 19. Running as a Republican, Woods will face Feagle (Democrat) on the ballot Tuesday, Nov. 4. Prospective candidates can still qualify for the August by choosing to pay the required fees during the Please see page 3 Legislature earmarks $9.3 million for Taylor projects In its 2014 Atlantic hurricane season outlook issued last week, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administrations (NOAA) Climate Prediction Center is forecasting a nearnormal or below-normal season. The Atlantic Hurricane Season begins Sunday, June 1, and continues Please see page 14What will hurricane season hold for 2014?Please see page 3
ALL ABOUT GRADUATIONGraduation wishes dominated this edition of the Perry News-Herald, which featured pictures of 200 graduates from Taylor County High School as well as details on the June 8 commencement exercise set for Forest Capital Hall. Music for the ceremony would be provided by the Bulldog Band, under the direction of Izell Montgomery Jr. Principal Dennis Fike and Superintendent of Schools Cecil Carlton were scheduled to present diplomas to the class which was led by these ofcers: President Kristi Thompson Vice President Regina Walker, Secretary Caroline Meissner and Treasurer Reggie Wentworth.MCDONALDS DRAWS A CROWD, FOR MORE THAN FAST FOODSue Killen and Erma Lou McDougall said the art show and sale at McDonalds was a big hit with 17 artists exhibiting and a number of items sold. It was also Band Day at McDonalds, earning the band $1800 for new uniforms. TWO WEDDINGSMr. and Mrs. Franklin N. Murray announced the engagement of their daughter, Brenda Darlene, to William Clayton Gunter son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Joe Gunter. A June 29 wedding is planned. Mr. and Mrs. James D. Smith Sr. announced the engagement of their daughter, Tammy, to Charles E. Roberts of Perry, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Roberts. A June 15 wedding was planned.TWO AUCILLA GRADUATESPamela Suzanne Curry and Catherine Ruth Tyler were recognized as graduates from Aucilla Christian Academy.SHES ONEMelissa Claire Knowles, daughter of Mike and Debbie Knowles, was pictured on her riding toy, A-2 Perry News-Herald May 30-31, 2014 Looking Back May 30-31, 2014 Quotable Quotes THE PERRY NEWS-HERALD May 30, 1979 Remember when...By ANTHONY L. WHITE email@example.comTriple threat Im placing a bet this weekend. If I win, cha ching. If lose, Im blaming WinnDixie. nearest pari-mutuel establishment and put $10 dollars on California Chrome. the elusive Triple Crown in 1978, but my mind is telling me that this years winner of the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes is going to end that drought. I wasnt always a betting man. I was once a betting boy. My habit of betting on horse races doesnt come as a surprise to any of the people in my household or my neighborhood. We all fell victim to the lure of horse racing. And it was WinnDixies fault. My grandmother didnt condone betting until the day a cashier at Winn-Dixie gave her a receipt, her change and a horseracing card. Whenever my grandmother went shopping, she collected everything from S&H Green Stamps and Top Value Stamps to mail-in rebate coupons. So, when the cashier gave her the horseracing card, naturally, she placed it in her pocketbook with the change and receipt. When she got home, we looked at the card and the instructions: Watch the horse races Saturday. If your horse wins, you win. So, we watched the races that Saturday night, and sure enough, my grandmothers horse won. She was hooked. We were hooked. Everyone in the neighborhood was hooked. My grandmother used to go grocery shopping a couple of times a week. After that Saturday, whenever she got in the car to go shopping, we were already sitting in the car waiting. If she said she was going to the post Momma, you can mail it at Winn-Dixie. Cant you? Even though wed never seen gas pumps at Winn-Dixie, if she said she needed to stop for gas, we told her, Somebody said Winn-Dixie had a sale on gas. By the end of the week, we would have made more than 20 trips to Winn-Dixie. Those Saturday night horse races brought our family together faster than my grandmothers Sunday dinner. After going our separate ways all day, come Saturday night, the entire household would gather in front of the television and wait for the races to come on. My grandmother would give each of the kids two or three tickets, as long as we agreed to split the winnings with her. Everyone who was old enough to go to Winn-Dixie and get their own tickets, were on their own. Our living room became Churchill Downs and each race was the Kentucky Derby. Run you son-of-a-gun. Run, we yelled when our horse was winning. Get back. Get back, we screamed if another horse tried to overtake him. And we said bad words under our breath and tore up losing tickets before the race was over when our horse was out of the race at the starting gate. After the Winn-Dixie campaign ended, the only horse races we watched were the three Triple Crown races--the Kentucky Derby, the Preakness Stakes and the Belmont Stakes. We were watching when Seattle Slew won the Triple Crown in 1977 and Come Saturday, California Chrome should become the 12th horse to win the Triple Crown, and I should make a If I walk away a winner, Ill thank our new Triple Crown winner. But, if I walk away with $10 less than I started with, Im taking 26 years of losing tickets to Winn-Dixie and demanding my money back. I bet you $10 they wont give it back. Jeffersons Market The University of Florida photo archives include a treasure trove of historical photos from the area. The store, which featured a meat counter and grocery section, operated here in the 1920s. Please see page 3Who am I?This trio of photos features several happy faces who remain recognized any of these folks, please let us know at Perry Newspapers, 5845513.A true friend never gets in your way unless you happen to be going down.--Arnold GlasowGiving up doesnt always mean you are weak; sometimes it means that you are strong enough to let go. --Author UnknownIf an article is attractive, or useful, or inexpensive, theyll stop making it tomorrow; if its all three, they stopped making it yesterday.--Mignon McLaughlinIf you wish to forget anything on the spot, make a note that this thing is to be remembered.--Edgar Allan Poe
A-3 Perry News-Herald May 30-31, 2014 COOK LUNDY MAHONEY on the occasion of her rst birthday. SHE HAS HER DEGREE!Donna Tuttle was pictured after receiving her Bachelor of Arts degree from North Texas State University in Denton, Texas, on May 12. She majored in psychology with a minor in sociology. KIWANIS FAMILY NIGHT DRAWS 200Approximately 200 people gathered for the local Kiwanis Clubs Family Night at the Junior High School where 90-yearold Tom Keen spoke on patriotism. Keen travels the nation, and overseas, too, as the ambassador for Boy Scouts of America.STACY STRIKES A POSEStacy Hart was pictured after winning honors at the State AAU Gymnastics meet in Orlando.A CLASSIC?National Lampoons Animal House was showing at Graves DriveIn Theatre, spotlighting the day the Deltas took on the rules, and the rules lost. GLANCE AT PAST Continued from page 2 Share your history with us!Call 584-5513.~~~~~~~~~~ said. Due to our mill employees quick response, they mitigated the situation as soon as possible. There were no impacts off our property. The mill was down at the time of the release due to an electrical issue which occurred around 3 a.m. that day. According to Mixon, it was unclear if the electrical problem was related to the later chlorine dioxide release. Trafc into the mills east gate from Contractors Road was blocked by a Taylor County Sheriffs Ofce deputy during the incident. As a precaution, we called the Taylor County Sheriffs Ofce and asked them to halt trafc at CR 30 at the east gate, Mixon said. The east gate was near where the release occurred so thats why it was closed. The all clear was given around 11:08 a.m. Wood deliveries were halted Wednesday, with a large number of loaded log trucks parked in nearby locations throughout the day. According to Mixon, wood deliveries resumed Thursday morning, although at the time, the mill was still down due to the electrical issue. Were working to correct it as quickly as possible, he said. The next step is to start an investigation to determine how and why this happened, and how to prevent it from happening in the future, Mixon said. Part of the investigation will be to determine if there is a connection between the two incidents. He added that the company self-reported the incident to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. The release occurred just over a week after the facility conducted a 12-day cold mill outage, which ran from April 30 through May 19 when the mill was re-started. It was the mills rst such outage in nearly 11 years. ofcial qualifying period June 16-20. To date, Feagle is the only incumbent county ofcial to face a challenger this election season. County Commissioner Jim Moody (Dist. 2) is unopposed as are all three school board members whose seats are up for election: Brenda Carlton, Dist. 1; Danny Glover Jr., Dist. 1; and Danny Lundy, Dist. 4. Shrimping crews with D.L. White and D.J. White have been Shrimping for Lundy (as the backs of Kiwanis Club hosts 1979 Family Night CONTENDER Continued from page 1 POWER OUTAGE Continued from page 1 Four incumbents remain unopposedLog trucks back to the mill for deliveries Thurs. Timberland Ford and Marker 1 have joined forces for a Built Tough & Standing Strong fundraising drawing to benet shooting survivors Mike Cook, Taylor County Sheriffs Deputy Robert Lundy and John Mahoney. Timberland owner Brett Falicon is working with Marker 1 to provide a new 2013 F150 truck for the drawing. A $10 donation enters your name to win the vehicle. The drawing will be held in Steinhatchee Saturday, June 28. These men push the limits on the words Built Tough & Standing Strong. Due to events that took place Feb. 5 at Timberland Ford in Perry, these mens lives are forever changed. Going to work and doing their job is all they had expected on this February day, Falicon said. You never know what is in store for you. One thing I know is that we are loving, compassionate people who want to help each other in hard times and, trust me when I say, this is a nancial hardship on the lives of these me who are proving just like the Ford truck they are built strong and are still standing strong. For entry information, contact Patty at (352) 3567100, Audrey at (850) 3710966, Linda at (352) 2137371 or Falicon at (850) 584-6178. Online entries through PayPal are available through the Built Tough & Standing Strong Facebook link. Drawing will be held June 28 BUILT TOUGH & STANDING STRONG BUILT TOUGH & STANDING STRONG
A-4 Perry News-Herald May 30-31, 2014 Living Peggy Eckel is this quarters featured artist at Advent Christian Village (ACV) with 14 of her paintings on display in the art gallery at Phillips Center. Eckel and husband, Chuck, moved to ACV at Dowling Park two years ago after living in Perry for 30 years. She began painting nine years ago when her husband paid for her to take an art class. Finding a passion for art, she took off from that and now paints in watercolors, oils, pastels, and pen-and-ink. She has enjoyed continuing art lessons at St. George Island. In response to praise, Eckel responds, Im still learning. The Eckels have four children and eight grandchildren, all of whom live in Florida. Even before they bought their home in the River Woods neighborhood of ACV, Peggy was a member of the Villages Copeland Community Center in order to use the indoor pool. Now that they are here fulltime, both Eckels are involved in many ACV activities, including being tour guides, volunteering at one of ACVs shops and serving on the membership council. Several of Eckels paintings on display in Hortons Landing are for sale; she should be contacted directly for more information. More of her work is on display and for sale at the Village Artists Guild artwork exhibit in the Village Lodge ofce at the Village Square. The exhibit at Phillips Center will remain throughout June. Peggy Eckels artwork has a new audience at ACV In Shady GroveRevival, clean-up day slated By FLORRIE BURROUGHS Shady Grove News Just a reminder that Pleasant Grove Baptist Church will hold revival services beginning on Sunday, June 1, at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. and continuing through Wednesday, June 4. Monday and Tuesday services are at 7 p.m. with Wednesday services beginning at 6 p.m. Everyone is invited.Clean-up day coming...The next scheduled clean-up day for Fellowship Church Cemetery is June 7. If you have any questions, please call Bert Holden 584-5205 or Jimmy Holden 843-5456. If you havent done so, you might like to drive by the cemetery and see the great work that is being done. Council meetsThe Shady Grove Citizens Council will meet again on June 12 at 6:30. Questions? Call Claire Hatcher at 5848370 or me at 584-6343.Need a new recipe?The following recipe came from my good friend Mackie Nance. I know you will enjoy it.Chicken Casserole2 cups boned chicken 1 can cream of chicken soup 1 cup evaporated milk 2 tablespoons onion, chopped cup celery, chopped 1 small package herb stufng mix 1 stick margarine 2 cups chicken broth Place cooked chicken in twoquart baking dish. Combine soup and milk and pour over chicken. Top with layer of celery and onion. Cover with stufng mix. Pour melted margarine and broth over ingredients. Bake at 350 for 30 minutes. Old GloryI hope you waved Old Glory on Memorial Day and had time to pause and thank God for being an American. I believe that in spite of all the problems we face as a nation today, we are still very blessed. The freedoms we enjoy and hold dear were, and continue to be, costly to those willing to serve our country as well as their families. I hope also that you had time to relax and enjoy the day with your family and friends. Thats all for now, Lord willing Ill see you again in two weeks.Batson earns Doctor of Pharmacy degree, job at Walgreens Bonnie Jean Batson graduated with high honors on May 3 from the College of Pharmacy at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU). Batson is the daughter of Clyde and Marie Burke. A 2008 graduate of Taylor County High School, she received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree during the 9 a.m. commencement ceremony. While enrolled in FAMUs College of Pharmacy, she was a member of the Florida Pharmacy Association, Rho Chi Academic Honor Society in Pharmacy, and was named to the deans list eight times. Batson has recently accepted a job offer with Walgreens Pharmacy, in Perry, where she will begin work as a pharmacist upon licensure. She is engaged to high school sweetheart, Colby Ellison, and they plan to get married in the coming year. Batson accepts her diploma from President Elmira Mangum. Shes oneKynsley Cooper, the daughter of Kia and Caleb Cooper, celebrated her rst birthday, May 29. She is the great-granddaughter of Rocky and Diane Anderson and the granddaughter of Mandy Fletcher. Her paternal grandmother is Darlene Floyd. Buy plants at TTI before ThursdayYou have until Thursday to shop for plants cultivated by the SNAP class at Taylor Technical Institute. Youre in luck if your garden needs: yellow canna lilies ($2 each), young maple trees ($1), caladiums ($1 each), bromeliads ($2), ferns ($24), spider plants ($1-3), orchid cactus ($1), peace lilies ($4-6), century plants ($2) or nandina ($1-2). Call 838-2545 and shop!
A-5 Perry News-Herald May 30-31, 2014 The 2014 seniors from Taylor County High School (TCHS) enjoyed the opportunity to visit the Big Apple for their schoolsponsored senior trip. According to Carol Wentworth, senior parent and TCHS teacher, trip participants had ve full days of activities which included a family style feast at Tony Di Napolis, enjoying the singing waitstaff at Ellens Stardust Diner, shopping and sight-seeing in famous Times Square, visiting Grand Central Terminal, walking through Central Park, attending a New York Yankees baseball game, eating at the world famous Grimaldis Pizzeria, walking the Brooklyn Bridge, shopping in SOHO, visiting the Museum of Natural History, visiting Rockefeller Center and viewing the city from the Top of the Rock, attending the Broadway show A Gentlemens Guide to Love and Murder, enjoying a dinner cruise down the Hudson River, seeing the Statue of Liberty, visiting the 9-11 Memorial Pools, visiting St. Pauls and St. Patricks Cathedrals, walking down Wall Street and seeing the New York Stock Exchange and the famous Bull, as well as seeing many other locations and buildings that were very instrumental in our nations development, Wentworth said. It was also the rst time ying on an airplane for many of the participants, she said. Daniel Ellis with Show Me Tours is an excellent tour guide. He is very personal and develops a relationship with everyone. He is very knowledgeable of the city and shares with the students the history of the city and its role in the development of our great country. The students learned historical facts dating back to George Washington being sworn in as the rst president of the United States on April 30, 1789, in front of New Yorks Federal Hall to the terrorists attacks on the Twin Towers. The trip is lots of fun but is very educational for the participants as well. I certainly thank the Taylor County School Board and the administration at TCHS for allowing the students the opportunity to participate in this trip. The students are exposed to a vast amount of historical landmarks and such a diverse culture all in one city. It really is a great trip and experience for the seniors of our school. Many memories were made through this experience. Participating seniors and parents included: Will Anderson, Nikki Anderson, Dulce Arzate, Lori Blue, Leandra Borklund, Lilly Brooks, Makenzie Cannon, Linda Carter, Dakota Carter, Claire Cruce, Daniel Dudley, Kay Dudley, Mary Anne Folsom, Tayler Hathcock, Feebee Houck, Layne Houck, Donna Kinsey, Seniors take a bite out of the Big Apple Aug. 4 Aug. 7, 2014 CAMP Taylor County High School (TCHS) varsity cheerleaders will host their annual Cheer Camp Aug. 4-7 for girls ages ve through sixth grad. The cost of the camp will be $50 (includes camp t-shirt). Registration will be held Monday, June 9, and Tuesday, June 10, in the high school gymnatorium from 5:30-6:30 p.m. All funds received will benet the TCHS varsity cheerleaders in purchasing their uniforms. For additional information, please contact Sponsor Jordan Crowley at 838-2525. Register for Cheer Camp June 9, 10Upcoming end-of-school events include: Monday, June 2, Head Start end-of-the-year program, TCMS auditorium, 6 p.m.; Tuesday, June 3, Taylor Elementary awards program, starts at 8 a.m.Awards, awards!
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A-9 Perry News-Herald May 30-31, 2014 Religion Ernest Houck, center, the only living trustee from the original purchase, led the ground-breaking for a new sanctuary for Antioch Revival Center on Cash Road. On May 17, Antioch Revival Center held a groundbreaking ceremony in preparation of construction of a new sanctuary. The current building was erected in 1958 and has served as the base of Sunday School and worship services for the past 56 years, Corliss Stephens explained. Pastor Robert Cricket Watson noted that the expansion represents the Lords blessings and our desire to be a light for the community. Ernest Houck, the only living trustee from the original purchase, honored Antioch by breaking the ground for us and blessing us with a song, he added. Other pastors from the surrounding area were also included in the days activities. A special blessing was offered by Rabbi Peter with the blowing of the shofar horn. Antioch looks forward to many more years of serving this community and being a place of refuge and hope for the lost. Construction is well underway at 3808 Cash Road, Stephens said. Antioch Revival Center breaks ground for its new sanctuary Ventriloquist spotlighted WednesdayRevival begins Sunday Pleasant Grove Baptist Church will host revival services beginning Sunday, June 1, and continuing through Wednesday, June 4. Frank Shivers will be guest speaker, with nightly services starting at 6 p.m. Sunday, 7 p.m. on Monday and Tuesday; and at 6 p.m. Wednesday. The church will host a family night Wednesday, with dinner being served from 5-6 p.m. prior to services at 6. The Wednesday night program at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church will include a presentation from Julie Boyd & Friends. Boyd, a ventriloquist, is afliated with Florida Baptist Childrens Home and travels extensively to appear in churches and at community and school events. Frank Shivers Julie Boyd will be featured WednesdayAll invited to Homecoming Sunday at Boyd Methodist Boyd New Life Methodist Church will observe Homecoming Sunday, June 1, at 11 a.m. The Rev. Bob Gibbs, district superintendent of the Tallahassee district, will be the guest speaker. The church invites all friends and families to attend. A covered dish lunch will follow the service. Baccalaureate service Wednesday for high school, college grads The First Baptist Church of Perry will host a special Baccalaureate service Wednesday, June 4, at 7 p.m. for all high school and college graduates and their families.
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