Title: Washington County news
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Title: Washington County news
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Language: English
Creator: Washington County news
Publisher: Washington County news
Place of Publication: Chipley, Fla
Publication Date: June 13, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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SATURDAY, JUNE 13,2009 www.chipleypaper.com Volume 86, Number 20 50(

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breaking news, visit


Nursing class
Twenty-five students
in Chipola's Associate
Degree Nursing pro-
gram were awarded
degrees in a recent,

Fishing licenses
Florida's resident
saltwater anglers who
fish from shore or a
structure affixed to
shore will need to buy
a shoreline fishing
license byAug. I, un-
less they have a regu-
lar resident saltwater
fishing license.

Hospice benefit
'The, Fitness Center
of Marianna is spon-
soring a'Zumbathon'
benefiting Covenant
Hospice Garden Gala
on Saturday,June, 13.

Eyeing a return to
Victory Lane

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Chipley teacher's license revoked


text messages

cited'in ruling
Florida Freedom Newspapers
School teacher William Holley's
educator's certificate was re-
voked for five years as part of an
administrative complaint rul-
ing, spokeswoman Cheryl Etters
for the Florida Department of
Education confirmed Thursday.
The State's Education Practic-
es Commission found Holley, 31, in
violation of the five counts against
him in the complaint, which was
filed by Commissioner of Educa-
tion Dr. Eric J. Smith.
In or around January 2008 at
,his former school Ocala Vanguard,
Holley was accused of sending in-

appropriate text messages to the
female student, causing her "un-
necessary embarrassment, worry,
and anxiety," according to the
The text messages, deemed
"inappropriate in their familiarity
and lack of professionalism,
frequency, and content"
included statements such
as: "Can I trust you?" "Am
I wasting my time" and "I
think I love you."
Etters said the other
provisions in the revocation
order, which will be filed WIL
with the State Attorney HOI
General's Office, include:
Holley can reapply for an edu-
Scator's certificate in 2014 provided
he has written verification from an
approved licensed provider that
he poses no threat to children and
is capable of.resuming his duties.
He also must retake all necessary
certification exams and enter the
state's Recovery Network Pro-
gram, which can include random

drug testing, course work, and
testing and counseling, among
other things, Etters said.
He was assessed an adminis-
trative fine of $1,000 and placed
on two years of educational proba-
tion, which would take effect only
if and when he returned to
teaching., .
Holley is the football
coach, athletic director.
and a physical education
teacher at Chipley. He was
the football coach and a
teacher at Vanguard at the
LIAM \ time of the incident.
LLEY Holley was charged
with two counts of vio-
lating state statutes, including
gross immorality or an act involv-
ing moral turpitude and violating
Principles of Professional Con-
duct for the Education Profession
prescribed by State Board of Edu-
cation rules.
Holley also was charged with
three state rules violations, includ-
ing failing to make a reasonable


Keltcee Berry was
clowned Miss
Denim Diva in
Daleville, Ala. an
May 30: She also
received award
for Interview and
Photogenic. Keltcee
was crowned Teen
Miss Tomato. on June
6 and also received
the awards for Best
Dress and Stage .
presence. She will
be representing the
town of Slocomb,
Ala. at this year's
Tomato. Festival on
June 20.
Keltcee is the
daughter of Christy
Harrison French and
the granddaughter.
of Denise and
Tommy Jenkins,
Jimmy and Tammy
Harrison, and Greg
and Susie Howell.
She is the great-o
granddaughter of
Harmon and the late
IdacQe Sellers and
Sonny and Porthy

Man arrested after high-speed chase

BONIFAY A chase that spanned
two counties and reached speeds in
excess of 110 mph ended with the ar-
rest of a 25-year-old in Washington
Buddy Bowland Powell, 25, is
'charged with fleeing and attempting
to elude, willful and wanton reckless
driving, driving with a suspended or
revoked driver's license and posses-
sion of less than 20 grams of mari-
According to the Holmes Coun-
ty Sheriff's Office, Deputy Jerry

French was on patrol June 4 around
12:30 a.m. when he tried to stop a
vehicle for traffic violations on Okla-
homa Street in Bonifay.
The driver refused to stop and
accelerated through the city, depu-
ties said, turning south onto State
79. The car headed south in Wash-
ingtoh County at speeds exceeding
110 mph.
The chase continued into Ver-
non, where the vehicle turned east
onto County 277 and headed toward

A Washington County sheriff's
deputy was able to block the road,
. causing the vehicle to stop on the
shoulder of the road where Powell
and a passenger, Zachary Andrews,
20, were apprehended.
A search of the vehicle revealed a
small amount of marijuana. Andrews
was charged with possession of less
than 20 grams of marijuana.
Holmes County Sheriff Tim Brown
thanked the Washington County
Sheriff's Office for its assistance in a'
safe apprehension of the suspects.

effort to protect the student from
conditions harmful to learning, in-
tentionally exposing a student to
unnecessary embarrassment or
disparagement, and using institu-
tional'privileges for personal gain
or advantage.
Washington County School
District Superintendent Dr.
Sandra Cook said Thursday the
Board will wait until the Attorney
General's Office or the Depart-
ment of Education gives them of-
ficial notice before convening and
deciding on Holley's future at the
"It could be up to two weeks
until we get official notification,"
Cook said. "We'll wait for that and
their act.
"There are some options that
can happen before then' But we
can't act until we see it officially
because it may look different on
Holley, who can appeal the rul-
ink, was unavailable for comment





cspears@chipleypaper.com ,
of Chipley on Thursday-
granted Kijuana Sharpe an
extension on park hours for
her Foundation Fundraiser
in Gilmore Park
Sharpe requested that
the park be used from 1 to
5 p.m. June 27, and then a
portion of her street closed
to hold a block party for lo-
cal children.
"The fundraiser is in
honor of my daughter, who
passed away, and the funds
are to be used for those
who are in difficult financial
situations because of the
death of a family member,
or because they lost their
homes to flood or fire,"
Sharpe said. "I chose this
date because it is so close
to her birthday."
At the Council's regular
meeting, Sharpe explained
that the road would have
to be blocked off because
she planned to have large,
inflatable slides placed out-
side her house.
The Council refused her
request because all block-
ades are going to be used
for the Watermelon Festi-
val, but it approved extend-
ing park hours to 10 p.m.
for the purpose of continu-
ing the fundraiser.

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Job security through mental acuity

By Patrick Reeves

Congratulations, graduates!
And, to those of you who've
finally made it to your senior
year, major kudos! You've either
just enjoyed or are about to
enjoy one of the single greatest
years of your life.
This is a defining year that
will shape your personality, your
future interests, and, of course,
your college destination.
You are planning for college,
You've heard this drilled
to you about 4,352 times now,
"Go to college! Go to col-
lege!" ad nauseum (a little
Latin lingo there).
But why? Uncle Gus has a

farm and he said you could work
on it anytime, and Cousin Rick
says he'll give you a job at his
tire and lube shop. Done deal!
Not quite. The truth is that
those folks drilling you about
all of that that college nonsense
were actually speaking a little
bit of truth.
Hey, I'm on your side here,
College had me spooked pretty
badly when I was finishing up
high school too, but I'll tell you
from personal experience: it's
not that bad. There are a few
things to consider about why
you need higher learning, why
you can afford it, and most im-
portantly, why you can handle it!
Want some creepy numbers?
The US Bureau of Labor
Statistics website says that half

of the fastest growing occupa-
tions list a "bachelor's or higher
degree [as] the most significant
source of postsecondary educa-
tion or training." That means
that if you're looking to score a
job in the next decade or so that
pays better than a burger joint,
your best bet is to have at least
a little bit of education beyond
good ol' Chipley High.
In fact, if you want a job at
all, it's a much better idea to
snag a degree while you're
young. To say this might win
me the Obvious Award, but
the economy is bad right now.
Another report from the same -
Website says that in March of
2009, unemployment for high
school graduates with no higher
education was at a painful 9

That means that among
those just like you around the
nation who decided that college
wasn't worth the time, nearly
one in every 10 is out of work!
By comparison, according to
the Bureau of Labor Statistics,
people who got that four-year
degree are looking at a much
more reasonable 4.3 percent
Another staggering, but
much more positive, number
comes from KnowHow2Go.org,
a website dedicated to helping
teens prepare for college. While
some people do very well with-
out a degree, "a college gradu-
ate will earn on average about
a million dollars more than a
high school graduate in his/her

A million dollars! That's
six zeroes, my friend! That's
a house, a few cars, and still
enough to pay the Xbox Live
subscription for, I don't know,
ever! It pays to put in that in-
Ah, but that's the trick. It
is an investment. And, where
is all of that money right now?
Why, it's in Uncle Sam's wallet,
of course! After you apply to a
college you like, your next step
is completing what is called the
Free Application for Federal
Student Aid, or FAFSA.
It gets no easier than this.
You fill it out; they send you
money if you qualify. While

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Media services, production of promotional materials,
advertising plans, production of radio and TV commercials,
marketing strategic plans, negotiation of niedia placement/buy
arrangements to maximize bulk purchasing power of the annual
events cycle, and public relations counsel.
CONSULANT will be received by the Washington County Tourist
Development Council at the Washington County Administrative
Office, ATTENTION: County Manager, at 1331 South Blvd.,
Chipley, FL 32428 until 3:00 p.m. (CDT) June 19, 2009. The
bids will be'opened immediately after the bid submission closing,
analyzed by a subcommittee of the TDC, and presented for award at
the next scheduled TDC meeting on June 22, 2009, or a subsequent
scheduled meeting if necessary.
Bids must address the SCOPE OF WORK and the fee, structure
appropriate for delivery of all services in total.or by Scope of Work
segments, as follows:
A. Develop marketing strategies and budget estimates for the annual
TDC marketing plan to promote tourism in Washington County;
B. Develop processes to measure the effectiveness of the marketing
strategy and promotional activities;
C. Advise and assist with negotiation of all media placement
arrangements to maximize bulk purchase discounts considering the
annual promotional cycle for TDC sponsored events;
D. Arrange for materials production as necessary for events and
the TDC.that includes all advertisements, posters, brochures, press
releases,TV and radio commercials, and review all event promotional
materials to insure compliance with TDC guidelines;
E. Provide research and creative advice regarding event planning
timelines, methods and media proposed, and potential public
relations impacts on tourism in the County;
F. Using historic data, advise the TDC on the geographic
effectiveness of media used and develop recommendations about the
geographic and media distribution of advertising dollars using TDC
grants for events;
G. Provide advice on public relations iSsues related to TDC functions
as requested;
H. If providing advertising agency and public relations services for
TDC sponsored events, provide copies of all media billings and
promotional costs meeting TDC guidelines for the use of TDC grant
funds in a summary report approved by the client not later than 45
calendar days after the event.
A, copy of the proposed engagement agreement must accompany
the BID, as well as a list of customers/clients who can attest to the
effectiveness of the services received that would be comparable to
the above Scope of Work.
The TDC, as a subordinate activity of the Board of County
Commissioners, reserves the right to waive formalities in any bid, to
accept and/or reject any or all bids on the whole or in part with just
cause, and to accept the bid that in their judgment will be in the best
interests of Washington County and within the budget capabilities
of the TDC.

Local line dancers entertain elderly

CHIPLEY The Sugarfoot Shuf-
flers; led by Mrs. Jackie Gentry, de-
lighted residents at the Washington
Rehabilitation and Nursing Center
and at the Northwest Florida Com-
munity Hospital's long-term care
center by performing several lively
line dances.
The highlight of both programs
was having the residents participate.

in the "Chicken Dance," which gen-
erated lots of fun and laughter.
"Sharing our enjoyment of line
dancingis one small way we can give
back to the people who have contrib-
uted so much to our community," said
SMrs. Gentry.
SFor those .of you 60 or older who
love to dance but don't have a partner,
line dancing could well be the answer

Deadline for the Saturday, July 4th
Washington County News
is Wednesday, July 1st at 1 P.M.

Deadline For All Wednesday,
July 8th Display Ads and Legals
is Thursday, July 2nd at 4 P.M.

Classified Deadline For Wednesday Publications
Will Remain Monday at 12 Noon

Washington County News
(850) 638-0212
Holmes County Times-Advertiser
(850) 547-9414

for you.
Mrs. Gentry offers free beginner
and intermediate line dance instruc-
tion at the Washington County Coun-
cil on Aging every Wednesday from
1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Newcomers are always welcome!
For more information, please call the
Council on Agingat 638-6216.


Saturday, June 13, 2009


Washington County News I A3

Shoreline anglers need to buy license

Florida's resident saltwater
anglers who fish from shore or
a structure affixed to shore will
need to buy a )$7.50 (plus ad-
ministrative and handling fees)
shoreline fishing license by Aug.
1, unless they have a regular res-
ident saltwater fishing license.
The new license applies only
to Florida resident saltwater an-
glers who fish from shore.
Resident anglers may prefer
to purchase the regular recre-
ational saltwater license that.
covers them, no matter where
they fish for saltwater species in
Florida has always required
nonresidents to have a license

when fishing from shore, and
they will still need to purchase
a regular nonresident saltwater
fishing license.
The new shoreline saltwater
fishing license for residents goes
on sale July 15. It provides all of
the same exemptions as a regu-
lar license, including senior citi-
zens, children, disabled people
who meet certain qualifications,
active-duty military personnel
while home on leave, and anglers
who fish from a licensed pier.
In addition, the shoreline li-
cense requirement includes two
new exemptions: anglers draw-
ing.food stamps, temporary cash
assistance or Medicaid; and an-

glers fishing in their home coun-
ties who use cane poles or other
gear that does not depend on
mechanical retrieval.
At the request of the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC), the Florida
Legislature passed the new li-
cense-requirement to head off
a federal license requirement
that will go into effect Jan. 1,
2010, and will have a $15-$25 fee
beginning in 2011. Florida's new
shoreline license exempts this
state's anglers ,from the federal
license requirement.
Several hunting, fishing and
conservation organizations re-
quested other permit fee chang-

es, which do not take effect until
July 2010. They include increas-
es in the state waterfowl stamp,
from the current $3 to $5; in the
resident turkey permit, from $5
to $10; the nonresident turkey
permit, from $100 to $125; the
wildlife management area per-
mit for hunting, fishing and oth-
er recreational uses, from $25
to $30; the limited-entry or spe-
cial-opportunity hunt fee, from
$100 per day to $150 per day and
$250 per week to $300 per week,
as determined by FWC Commis-
sioners; the snook permit, from
$2 to $10; and the lobster permit,
from $2 to $5.
Also, new laws create a $5 an-

nual deer permit (in addition to
the current hunting license re-
quirement for deer hunters) and
allow the agency to charge up to
$5 per day for non-hunting and
non-fishing recreation on certain
wildlife management areas.
The FWC will evaluate areas
where it is the lead manager to
determine where to charge the
fees and how much to charge.
In addition, the state will use up
to 10 percent of the hunting and
sport-fishing fees to promote
those sports, with emphasis on
youth participation.
For more information about
outdoor recreation and FWC
programs, go to MyFWC.com.


These pets

need care

I am writing to you in
hopes of helping two aban-
doned animals in my neigh-
borhood. The family that
left the animals lost their
home to foreclosure. I have
been taking care of their
basic needs such as food,
water and spending about
an hour each day with them
so that they have human
contact, however each day
I can see in their eyes they
are growing weary and
must wonder where their
owners are.
I. have spoken with
Washington County animal
control a few times and
they have left notices on the
front door, but as of 6-11-09
nothing has happened. Per-
sonally, I do not wish them
to go to a county shelter, I
understand they will be giv-
en only five days to be ad-
opted or they may be eutha-
nized. These precious pets
are victims. I know they are
not aggressive in any way,
and are very starved for
I am hoping to find
someone who will adopt
them together. They are
almost identical in size and
color and I believe they
are littermates and have
always been together. I
would not want to sepa-
rate them at this point in
time, they seem to depend
on each other very much.
I hope you will publish this
and make people aware. I
would like to know if Wash-
ington County has a no-kill
shelter facility. I am not
aware of any. Please help
these and maybe many
more abandoned and help-
less animals. Please con-
tact.me at 850-773-5777.
Linda Carroll


Born to be wild

Raising wild animals in domestic environment not advised

There is perhaps
one moment in almost
everyone's life when they
come across a baby rac-
coon, squirrel,,or even
deer fawn, which seems
to be helpless and alone.
We tend to think that the
only way these cute little
animals will survive is
with our tender loving
Other times, our cul-
ture considers it trendy
to own a wild animal as a
.pet. What people often do
not realize is that taking ,
in wildlife animals as pets
will actually hinder and
hurt them more than it
will help.
Dr. Alice Blue-McLen-
don, veterinary clinical
associate professor at
the Texas A&M Univer-
sity College of Veterinary
Medicine & Biomedical
Sciences, strongly dis-
courages the practice
of capturing wildlife as
"Wildlife animals are
defined as native, non-
domestic animals, and
they are protected by the
state of Texas," said Dr.
Blue-McLendon. "Anyone
wanting to capture one
of these creatures must
have a permit."
Contrary to what may
be believed, these permits
are not easily obtained. In
order to obtain a permit
one must be an animal
rehabilitator, or be using
the animal for some sort
of educational purpose.
Even then, those who
have permits do not usu-
ally intend to keep the
animal for the rest of its

There are several ma-
jor health concerns asso-
ciated with having wildlife
animals as pets. The big-
gest concern, according
to Dr. Blue-McLendon,
is rabies. Rabies is mpst
prevalent in raccoons,
skunks and foxes.
"The animals can
harbor the disease for
weeks without showing
signs," said Blue-McLen-
don, "yet they are can
still spread the disease
to the humans holding
them captive. There is
no vaccine against rabies
. that is approved for use in
Therefore, it is impos-
sible to prevent a wild-
life animal from either
getting the disease or
passing it on to humans.
Another concern is im-
,proper food and housing
provided to the animals
while in human captivity.
They may not be getting
certain nutrients they
need nor live in an envi-
ronmental setting that is
appropriate for healthy
growth Even though baby
wild animals may at first
seem to be quite fine in a
domestic environment, do
not be fooled.
"When they are young,
some seem to adapt,"
noted Blue-McLendon.
"But as they get older and
hit puberty they become
aggressive and bite, in-
flicting serious wounds
in humans. They do not
make good pets."
She also said that
some wild animals can
be tamed, or so it seems.
In reality, some may be

seemingly tame until
some type of stress oc-
curs, causing them to
regress to their wild in-
"A wild baby animal
found helpless in the
woods by young children
may be an intriguing and
sometimes trendy option
to have as a pet," added
Blue-McLendon, "but be
advised that the best type
of pet for a young child is
a small pocket pet, such
as a hamster, mouse,
gerbil or anything that is
adapted to a cage-type
Wild animals grow
up and often become
too great of a burden for
any unskilled person to
The majority of ani-
mals who have been cap-
tured are handicapped by
human care, and there-
fore unable to function
in their natural habitat.
Sadly, many people can-
not control their once
helpless little pet, and end
up turning them loose
only to die in a habitat
they would have thrived
in, if left alone.

About Pet Talk
Pet Talk is a service of
the College of Veterinary
Medicine & Biomedical
Sciences, Texas A&M
University. Stories can
be viewed on the Web at
Suggestions for
future topics may be
directed to editor@cvm.

JOB SECURITY from page A2

you're getting that done,
check out what the financial
aid department can do at
the school to which you're
applying. Quite often,
people give money to future
students just for being a
little different from all of the
other fight song chanters.
Were you born in Cali-
fornia? Where you on the
chess team, the football
team, and in the band all in
the same year? Were your
parents married in Asia?
Most likely, if you look hard
enough, you'll find some
sort of scholarship or grant
that gives cash to people
with your special charac-
In the end, however, if
you can't get to school on
someone else's dime, you
should definitely consider
the last option. Student
loans are out there for
those of us who need them,
and don't be afraid of them.
These loans often have
very lenient rates and
helpful payback options.
On average, a four year
degree is only going to
put you in the hole about
$20 thousand, says Know-
How2Go.org, and that's,the
national average.
Florida students pay
even less, underbidding
the national average by
Over $2000 in 2007. Re-
member our million-dollar
dividend? This cost is a
drop in the bucket. You'd
actually spend more on
many brand new cars out
there right now.
It should be ventured,
though, that the very
reason you weren't con-
sidering college in the first
place is actually the rea-
son that colleges might not
allow you in anyway.
Poor grades froln years
of bad study habits, ner-
vous test-taking skills, or
just having a great time
and goofing off a little too
much may have some
colleges turning you away

without a second glance.
It's time to consider com-
munity colleges.
Get yourself registered
to take the ACT if you
haven't and grab a study
guide. Pass this moder-
ately difficult test with a
decent score and, provided
you hold your diploma or a
GED in hand, then places
like Chipola College will
take you right in because
of their open door policy.
Get registered for
courses at the college, get
financial aid to foot the bill,
buy your books, and make
it to class on time! With a
two-year degree, you're in
the clear for admission to
a larger Florida university.
Or, depending on what
you want to do with your
career, a two-year degree
may be all you need.
In truth, there are very
few, if any, reasons that
college is a bad idea. It's
,probably the best choice
you could ever make for
your career, your. future,
your personal self-esteem
and your outlook on the
world. Right after high
school is the best time
to go, for sure, but if you
missed the boat back then
and you're still not sure
what the future holds,
now is a wonderful time to
consider taking the plunge.
There are so many
places out there to get help
on where to go, what to
do when you're there, and
how to pay for it all.
Sure, there are many
things to think about and
many things to take care
of, but you're up to it. You
may not have been plan-
ning this step for the last
five years, but it's never
too late to start applying
for a future semester. If
you do, you'll look back on
this time of your life as a
pivotal change for the bet-
ter, and you'll always thank
yourself for your experi-
ences in college.

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Saturday, June 13, 2009

Chipola announces changes to CLAST test

College officials recently
announced changes to the
College Level Academic
Skills Test (CLAST) pro-
The 2009 Florida Leg-
islature has repealed the
requirement to pass the
"College Level Commu-
nication and Mathemat-
ics Skills Examination"
(CLAST) in order to be
awarded an Associate in
Arts degree effective July
1, 2009.
All community college
students who are complet-
ing an Associate in Arts
(AA) Degree and are ap-
plying for admission to
upper division (junior and
senior level) programs in
Florida state colleges and
universities must meet
one of the required CLAST
alternatives. University
students who are complet-
ing their sophomore year
also must meet the.same
There are presently
four CLAST Testing Alter-
Students who have
earned a 2.5 GPA in both
Communications Skills I &
II (ENC 1101 & 1102) or its
equivalent may be exempt
from the Reading, English
Language Skills, and Es-
say sections of the CLAST.
Students who have earned
a 2.5 GPA in two 3-credit-
hour Gordon Rule math-
ematics courses have met
the CLAST Alternative for
the Mathematics section
of the CLAST.
SAlternatives via
American College Testing
Program (ACT): Math -
Achieve 21 or above on the
Math subtest of the ACT.
Reading Achieve 22 or
above on the Reading sub-
test of the ACT. English'
Language Skills and Es-
say Achieve 21 or above
on the English subtest of
the ACT.
Alternatives via Scho-
lastic Achievement Test
(SAT-I): Math Achieve
500 or above to meet Math
Verbal Achieve 500 or
above to meet Reading,
English Language Skills
and Essay requirements
Alternatives via
waiver by committee for
students with document-
ed specific learning dis-
abilities. If a student does
not qualify for one of the
CLAST alternatives, the
Associate in Arts (AA) de-
gree will not be granted
and admission to upper
division status at Florida
state colleges and univer-
sities may be denied.

Ryann Leigh Cantrell, right, accepts her Chipola College AA degree from college president Dr. Gene
Prough. The 2009 Florida Legislature has repealed the requirement to pass the College Level Academic Skills
Test (CLAST). Chipola officials recently announced four CLAST Testing Alternatives for earning an AA degree.

CLAST requirements
also apply to students
transferring to Florida
state colleges and uni-
versities from private col-
leges in Florida and from
out-of-state colleges and
universities. The Dean of
Enrollment Services must
approve all CLAST alter-
For questions about
Chipola's CLAST alterna-
tives, call 850-718-2271.

MARIANNA- The Chipo-
la College Theatre Depart-
ment recently held their
annual awards banquet.
The evening included a
great meal, entertainment
from theatre students,
a .,slideshow of pictures
from throughout the year,
awards and speeches from
outgoing theatre students.'
The following awards
were presented: Best Ac-
tor, Ben Grande; Best Ac-
tress, Kyndall Covington;
Best Supporting Actor,
Keith Watford; Best Sup-

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Gulf Power in Chipley recently added $1,000 to the Gulf Power Endowed
Scholarship Fund at Chipola College. Darrin Wall, Gulf Power manager (right),
presents the check to Chipola president Dr. Gene Prough.

porting Actress, Dianna
Glaze;' Best Character
Actor, Aven Pitts; Best
Character Actress, Em-
ily Harrison; Best ,Male

Cameo, Kris Sampson;
Best Female Cameo, Mad-
ison Wester; Best Male
SNewcomer, Austin Pettis;
Best Female Newcomer,

Brenna Kneiss; Best En-
semble Actor, Jacob Bea-
sley; Best Ensemble Ac-
tress, Courtney Corbin;
Dance and Choreography

Award, Keith Watford;
Technical Excellence,
Brenton Jones; Backstage
Excellence, Angela Wiley;
and Outstanding Theatre
Student of 2008-09, Aaron
Chipola Theatre Direc-
tor Charles Sirmon offered
thanks everyone who sup-
ported Chipola Theatre in
the 2008-2009 season.

Courses set
MARIANNA-Chipola Col-
lege will offer a variety of
short courses in the com-
ing weeks.
*A townhall discus-
sion regarding Programs
for Adults in their golden
years (50 and over) will
meet Wednesday, June 24
at 9:00 a.m. in the Confer-
ence Center of the Con-
tinuing Education Build-
ing. Please call 718-2239
or 718-2395 by June 18 to
make your reservation.
*A Programs for Young
Children course will meet
Monday and Wednesday,
June 29 through Aug. 10
from 6 to 9:20 p.m. Cost is
*Chipola also offers
custom workshops. The
following are available:
Eat That Frog: Stop Pro-
crastinating and Get More
Done; Whale Done: The
Power of Positive Rela-
tionships; The Pygma-
lion Effect: Managing the
Power of Expectations;
Discussing' Performance;
The Attitude Virus: Cur-
ing Negativity in the Work-
place; Team Building:
What makes a Good Team
Player?; and After All,
You're the Supervisor!
Gatlin Education Ser-
vices (GES) offers, open
enrollment, online courses
in: health care, internet
graphics/web design, busi-
ness, law and travel. Reg-
ister.online at.www.gatlin-
Education To Go offers
online programs in: com-
puters, photography, lan-
guages, writing, entertain-
ment, grant writing, busi-
ness, sales, accounting,
test prep, finance, health,
child care, parenting, art,
history psychology, litera-
ture, statistics, philosophy,
engineering, law and nurs-
For dates and course
outlines, visit www.ed2go.
For information about
any of these non-credit
courses, call 850-718-2395.

Nicole P. Barefield, Publisher
Jay Felsberg, Managing Editor
Cameron Everett, Production Supervisor
Brad Goodyear, Composition Supervisor
Zola Anderson, Office Manager
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Twenty-five students in Chipola's Associate Degree Nursing program were awarded degrees in a recent
ceremony. Graduates are eligible to earn state licenses as Registered Nurses. Pictured from left, front
row, Jonita Martin ,of Sneads, Khai Nguyen of Tpllahassee, Jennifer Leahy of Tallahassee, Jessica Sorey of
Graceville, Joanna Chamberlain of Altha, Kristy Derosier of Altha, Hiya Minoza Jackson of Tallahassee,
Amber Christie of Crawfordville, Kerry Bryant of Chattahoochee, Brittany Rogers of Chattahoochee, Florence
Martinez of Marianna, Christina Delameter of Greenwood, Haley Hinson of Chipley, Michelle Snow of
Panama City, Courtney Lewis of Grand Ridge. Back row, Jacqueline Bennett of Marianna, Sherri Johnson
of Marianna, Jennifer Neto of Greenwood, Janna Grantham of Blountstown, Cy Sims of Marianna, Josh
Dudley of Marianna, Shannon Forlong of Marianna and Jennifer Rydberg of Marianna. Not pictured, Tosha
Ervin of Quincy and Deena Zimmerman of Marianna.

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Zumbathon benefits Covenant Hospice Qarden Gala

ness Center of Marianna is
sponsoring a 'Zumbathon'
benefiting Covenant Hos-
pice Garden Gala on Sat-
urday, June 13 from 9 a.m.
until 12 p.m. The event will
be held at Evangel Wor-
ship Center, 2645 Pebble
Hill Road in Marianna
and registration begins at
9 a.m. There will be door
prizes and information
available. A $10 per person
donation is suggested, with
all proceeds benefiting the
Fourth Annual Garden
Gala. You can register by
calling Patty Gortemoller
at 526-2466 or 526-4766.
The Garden Gala will
be held on June 27 at'the
National Guard Armory.
The Garden Gala is critical
to furthering Covenant's
mission in the Marianna
service area,

Council on Aging
approved for coupons
Washington County
Council on Aging has been
approved for additional
Florida Elder Farmers
Market Coupons spon-
sored by USDA, Florida
Department of Elder Af-
fairs and Florida Delart-
ment of Agriculture and
Consumer Services.
Coupons are limited to
one set per household per
year. Applicant must be a
Washington County resi-
Age 60 years or older
with an income no higher
than: 1-person house-
Shold $1,670 per month;
2-person household -
$2,247 permionth; 3-per-
son household $2,823 per
Washington County
Council on Aging, 1 '348
South Boulevard in Chi-:
pley, will be taking appli-
cations on June 16, from
8 a.m. until noon. Call 638-
6217 for more information.

Alford Baptist VBS
begins Sunday
Alford Baptist Church'
invites children ages 4 -12
to visit the Wildwood For-
est, a fun Vacation Bible
School filled with spiritual
growth, crafts, songs, skits
and mission opportunities.
Wildwood Forest begins at
6 p.m., Sunday, June 14, at
Alford Baptist Church, and
ends on Friday; June 19.

Alford Community
Clinic offers help
ALFORD No medical
insurance? Low income?
Health problems but no
healthcare? Visit the Al-
ford Community Health
Clinic, 1770 Carolina
Street, in Alford. Clinic
hours are 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.,
on the first and third Sat-
urday of each month. July
will be an exception to this
schedule due to the July 4
Licensed physicians,
registered nurses, and
community volunteers
staff the clinic. Appoint-
ments are available, and
walk-ins are always wel-
come. Call 'Tom Heddle,
at 850-263-7106, for an ap-
pointment or answers to

RMS Summer
Reading scheduled
Summer is approach-
ing and Roulhac Middle
School would like to en-
courage you to keep your
child engaged in educa-
tional activities. Research
tells us children who do
not read during the sum-
mer may lose a month or
more of the reading prog-
ress they had made in
school. It is therefore cru-
vial to keep your children
engaged.in summer read-
ing activities.
*IRMS has established
lists of recommended

books for summer reading.
'You can go to their website
at http://rms.paec.org/ for.
complete lists for grades

5-8. You may also pick up a
copy of a list at the school.
Encourage your child to
read at least two books from
this list during summer va-
cation. Help us promote in-
dependent reading, inquiry,
and academics which will
facilitate your child's life-
long learning habits.

Underage alcohol
sales checked
CHIPLEY The Chipley
Police Department part-
nered with the Division of

Alcohol Beverages and To-
bacco in an effort to deter-
mine the percentage of re-
tailers in the Chipley area
that would sell alcohol to
underage customers.
The operation was car-
ried out the week of Chi-
pley High School's gradu-
ation to coincide with the
A dozen retailers were
checked utilizing under-
cover resources. Of the 12
stores checked, only two
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two clerks received crimi-
nal citations that will re-
quire a mandatory court
appearance. The other 10
stores would not sell the
alcohol and ask for identi-
"Realizing the popular-
ity of underage drinking
and the dangers that are
associated with underage
drinking, we want to make
it as hard as possible in
Chipley for any under aged
kids to purchase alcohol,'
said Chief of Police, Kevin
E. Crews.

Storm water
E-permitting set
HAVANA An electronic
permitting portal opened
this month making storm
water permitting more ef-
ficient. Applicants or their
agents engaged n activi-
ties that potentially gener-
ate stormwater runoff will
be able to save time and
money by completing ap-
plications, attaching docu-
ments and paying fees on-
line. .
There is a tutorial to

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the process.
E-permitting applicants
can receive electronic no-
tice of applications or ex-
emptions. Those who prefer
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may still do so at both ERP
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at Delaney Center, Suite
2-D, 2252 Killearn Center
Boulevard and in Crestview
at 800 Hospital Drive.
For more information on
how to access the site, call
850-539-599 or your local
water management office.

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NASCAR restart two by two

..NASCAR changed its race
format with the addition of
"Double-File Restarts -
Shootout Style" throughout
each race with last Sunday's
race at Pocono.
"We've 'heard the fans loud
and clear: 'double-file restarts
- shootout style' are coming to
the NASCAR Sprint Cup
Series," said NASCAR
Chairman and CEO Brian
France. "This addition to the
race format is good for compe-
tition and good for the fans."
"I'm excited about it," said
two-time NASCAR Sprint
Cup champion Tony Stewart.
"The good thing is that when
they drop the green, you're
going to be racing with the

guys you're racing for position
instead of trying to clear lapped
NASCAR recently used the
"double-file" format for its
non-points NASCAR Sprint
All-Star Race, which produced
an unpredictable finish.
Under the new format, the
race leader will have the option
to restart on the inside or out-
side lane. The second-place
driver would then restart next
to the leader.
Lapped cars choosing to
remain on the track will be
"waved around" the caution
car and will restart the race in
Respective track position, thus
picking up a lap to the leader
provided the leader also pits.

Mayfield's appeal is now on hold

Last week a North
Carolina judge delayed mak-
ing a decision, saying
Mayfield couldn't have raced
at Dover if the suspension
was lifted.' Since then
NASCAR had the suit moved
to federal court which will
likely delay Mayfield's wait
for a decision even further.
Mayfield was indefinitely
suspended from NASCAR on

John Andretti
Max Jones
Robby Gordon
Teresa Earnhardt
Detrich Mateschiltz
Kevin Buckler
Barney Visser

May 9, after failing a drug
test administered May 1 at
Richmond Jnternational
Raceway. NASCAR hasn't
said what Mayfield tested
positive for, but Mayfield's
lawyers say it was an amphet-
In court the positive test is
stated to be the result of a
mixture of Claritin D and the
prescription drug Adderall.

On the

Driver: John Andretti
Owner: Teresa Earnhardt
Points: 938
Points out of 34th: 93
Points ahead of 36th: 50
Driver Points
Paul Menard 1100
Robby Gordon 1031
John Andretti 938
Scott Speed 888
David Gilliland 795
Regan Smith 670

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Eyeing a return to victory lane


What a difference a year can make and that is even more
magnified when you carry the moniker of Earnhardt.
One year ago 'Little E' had started off the NASCAR sea-
son like a house a fire with two non-points wins and won his
first points race driving for owner Rick Hendrick.
Since then there has been a cloud over the head of one of
the sports most popular drivers who finished the 2008 Chase
for the Cup in 12th place.
With one top 10 this season following the Coca-Cola 600
and a dismal performance at Lowe's Motor Speedway two
laps off the pace in 40th place, Hendrick made the call to
replace crew chief Tony Eury, Jr.
At Dover the team showed some improvements by run-
ning in the top five. and finishing 12th at the end.
But Earnhardt, Jr. is not trying to divert attention away
from the fact he is the driver of the No. 88.
"There really isn't one thing you can put your finger on
as to why it didn't work," said Earnhardt, who was separat-
ed from his cousin for a season while at DEI. "I'm not hid-
ing any blame from anyone. I take full responsibility for
making some mistakes along the way, especially this year.
"We haven't been on our game. I definitely, haven't been
on my game. I shoulder any amount of responsibility that's
necessary and that everybody feels is fair for the fact that we

After Pocono 500

1. Tony Stewart
2. Jeff Gordon
3. Jimmie Johnson
4. Kurt Busch
5. Ryan Newman
6. Kyle Busch
7. Denny Hamlin
8. Matt Kenseth
9. Greg Biffle
10. Jeff Burton

Behind Driver
Leader 1. Kyle Busch
-46 2. Carl Edwards
-64 3. Jason Leffler
-91 4. Joey Logano.
-173 5. Brad Keselowski
-219 6. Jason Keller
-223 7. Brendan Gaughan
-228 8. David Ragan
-235 '9. Mike Bliss
-266 10. Justin Allgaier


didn't make this work".
Some felt the two cousins didn't have the commitment or
drive to be successful at this level.
"I've seen a great commitment out of both of them," said
three-time champion Jimmie Johnson. "Both of those guys
are extremely committed and extremely focused on what
they are doing and that is what makes this so tough."

1. Ron Hornaday
2. Mike Skinner
3. MattCrafton
4. Kyle Busch
5. Brian Scott
6. Todd Bodine
7. Terry Cook
8. Chad McCumbee
9. David Starr
10. Johnny Benson


After Pocono 200
1. Justin Lofton
2. Parker Kligerman
3. Frank Kimmel
4. Bryan Silas
5. Tom Hessert
6. Patrick Sheltra
7. Craig Goess
8. Tim George Jr.
9. Joey Coulter
10. Steve Arpin


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accord to the Plat COURT, WASHINGTON oys 638-6008 EXT 224. scribed shall be sold to the 3230 Garage/YardSales Pascoor Carolyn
NOTICE OFAPPLICATION thereof,as recorded in Plat COUNT, FLORIDA, BY: CERTIFICATE NO. AMOUNT TO REDEEM highest bidder at the court- 3240 Guns
FOR TAX DEED Book2, Pages 9 through CRogers, DeputyClerk 1281' FOR June $ 2,216.57 IN house door on July 28, 3250 Good Things to Eat
27, ofthePblic Records WARNING: YEAR OF ISSUANCE 06 U.S. CURRENCY ONLY. 2009 at 10:00 M. 3260 Healh & Fitness
Notice is hereby given, of Washington County, THERE ARE UNPAb DESCRIPTION OF, PROP- AMOUNT TO REDEEM Dated this 4 day of May, r-- 3270-Jewelry/Clothi 3230
IP OE t d lo CL OR,, SELLS 3280- Machinery/
that Malcolm 0. Nelson Florida. TAXES ON PROPERTY ERTY: 01-0073-0006 FOR July $ 2,248.78 IN 2009,. COL R LL 320 Equipment Garage Sale: Furniture,
WHICH YOU bWN. IN Parcel # U.S. CURRENCY ONLY. 'LINDA HAYES. COOK, Get Your Classified Ad 3290 MedicalEquipment tools, pictures, fishing
WHICH YOUI AVE LEGAL Lot 6, Block 73, of Sunny No Personal Checks Ad- CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT I In. 3300 Miscellaneous equipment, plus many
INTEREST. THE PROP- Hills Unit 1, a subdivision cepted. Cashier's Checks; COURT, WASHINGTON I' COLOR.- 3310 Musical nstmments misc items. Friday, Satur-
l illli_ ERTY WICL BE'SOLD AT according to the Plat Money Orders, and West- COUNTYI FL BY: J C Rog- Call now for details 3320 Plants& Shrubs/ day, June 12th, 13th, 8:00
C ET PUBLIC AUCTION ON thereof, as recorded in Plat I Union are the only rep Clerk andbenotIed Supplies day, June 12th, 13th, 8:00
y 2U8, 2009 UNLESS Beok, Pages 9 through oth er a e the nl ers, Dept lerk and be noticed 3330 Restaurant/Hotel until. 841 Falling Waters
THE July 28, 200 UNLES ok2,Pages 9 through other alternatives ac- WARNING:THERE ARE 638-0212 3340 Sporting Goods Rd
SONE! THE BACK AXES ARE 27, of the Public Records cepted. UNPAID TAXES ON PROP- or 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell) amb'sFleaMaret &
I PAID.. TO MAKE AR- of Washington County, AS published in.the.Wash- ERTY WHICH YOU OWN 547-9414. Salvage Yard. open urs
RANGEMENTS FOR PAY- Florida. I I alvae ar. open rhurs-
J Ei MENT OR..TO RECEIVE NAME IN WHI -6,2009, June 13,2009, GAL INTEREST. THE day- Friday, 8-3, Saturday
FURTHER INFORMATION, SESSED : Adrew & 8, 2009, June 2,-12. Hwy. 79' Esto, FL.
Callone of our CONTACTTHECLEROF SanaAtman June 2009, June 27, PROPERTY WILL BE Name-brand clothes for
COURT IMMEDIATELY AT Said property being In the 2009,TION ON July 28, 2009 whole family for less. Lots
"ad-visors" and put the P.O. BOX 647 OR 1293 county of Washington, UNLESS THE BACK d T B n other items. 850-263-0161
JACKSON AVE., SUITE State of Florida. Unless NOTICE OF APPLICATION TAXES ARE PAID. TO re : Misc Sale;1734 Worley
C ifieds t O C TELEPHONE such certificated shall be FORTAXDEED MAKE ARRANGEMENTS ipa-.nn.n call 41cr.i hr,i Rd., 6 month old 33 inch
I111 I 32428ORTELEPH redeemed, according to Notice .is hereby given, FOR PAYMENT OR TO 85.63837304g digital TV, medium size
WORK FOR YO (850) 638-6008 EXT224. the law, the property de- that Malcom O. Nelson RECEIVE FURTHER IN- .chest freezer, cordless
SFVV r I ,U!. AMOUNT TO REDEEM scribed shall be sold to the the holder.of the following FORMATION, CONTACT weed eater, 18 volt cord-
FOR June $'1,220.82 IN highest bidder at the court- certificate, has filed said THE CLERK OF COURT less drill, new & used tools
U.S: CURRENCY ONLY. house door on July 28, certificate for a .Tax Deed IMMEDIATELY- AT RO. PETS ANI I & tool boxes, Poulan chain
WASHINGTON COUNTY AMOUNT TO REDEEM 2009at10:00AM. to be issued thereon. The BOX 647 OR 1293 JACK- P saw, Topper shell for small
NEWC FOR Jul N $ 1,23863 IN Dated this 4 day of May, certificate number and SON AVE., SUITE 101, 211- P : Free to pickup truck. 6381907
NEW U.S. oCURRENCYONLIY. 2009 year of issuance, the de- CHIPLEY FLORIDA 32428, Good Home 850-2600271
(850)638-0212 No Personal Cheks Ac- LINDA HAYES COOK, scription of the property, OR TELEPHONE (850) 2120-Pet Supplies Auction
cepted. CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT and the names in which it. 638-6008 EXT 224. 2130 Farm Animals/ Saturday, June 13th, Multiple Yard Sale; Friday
Cashier's Checks,. Money COURT, WASHINGTON was assessed areas fol- AMOUNT TO REDEEM' Supplies 8:00A.M. & Saturday, 12th & 13th, 8
HOLMES COUNTY Orderp, and Western Un- COUNTY FL lows FOR June $ 1,22143 IN 2140-Pels/Livestock Hwy 231N. a.m. until at Jiffy. Lube,
TIMES AD VE TI ER Ion ar the only other alter- BY: J C Rogers, Deputy CERTIFICATE NO. 838 U.S. CURRENCY ONLY. Wanted Campbelton, FL Hwy. 90
TI ME- AD TI natives accepted. Clerk W YEAR OF ISSUANCE 06 AMOUNT TO REDEEM Sellinrig: 2 farm Yard Sale/Multi family
(850) 547-9414 As publishedin the Wash- WARNING: THERE ARE DESCRIPTION OF PROP- FOR July $.1,239.28 IN dispersals, county, city, Saturday, June 13th, 8-12,
ingtonCounty News June UNPAID TAXES ONPROP- bank repos, plus & 19th & 20th,, 3489 US
SI 2130 consignments Hwy. 231, Cottondale (2
" *Me call Mason Auction & Sales miles N of 231/90 intersec-
A from Home. Medical, LLC #642 tion at the ICG Farmers'
ADOPTIO*Business *Paralegal For Sale: Ducks, geese, 850-263-0473 (Chipley) Market produce available
Si chickens and guineas. For 850-258-7652 (Chad) nectarines $20. '/2 bushel,
ess marr onda *Computers, *Criminal information call 850-849-0792 (Gerald) peaches, blueberries $20.
A hildess married coupleAcura Integra 96 $650!Honda850547-3129 or cell # wwwmasonauon quarts, blackberries,
Justice, J'ob. placement 850-415-2998. O com rsee n..nj and more.
seeks to Adopt & share Civic 99 $800! Toyota Camry Justice. Jb placement 850-415298
our lives with a newborn. 97 $600! Ford Taurus 01.$750! assistance. Computer
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3230 4100 6110 6170 7100 7160 8110 8110W
Yard Sale at 1504 Miners 2BR/1'/BA two-story Apt For Rent: 2 & 3 bedroom 4BR/2BA, Newly Con- 1995 Toyota Avalon, high 2003 4 Door Ford Taurus.
Circle, Chipley Frida CDL Driver Needed: Ex- for rent. No pets. 638-1918 mobile homes in Bonifay. structed Home. 1725 sqft For Sale: 3BR/2BA mobile miles. $1000. Also, 1995 73,000 miles. $6,650. obo.
6/12 & Satuday 6/13 perienced CDL driver or850-258-5521. Call 850-547-3462 heated area. In Sunny home on 5 acres will sell Toyota Camry. Wrecked, 850-527-6660.
Baby furniture, msc furni needed for part-time short Hills, Fl. $149,500. Call mobile home separately good parts car $600,
ture, for information or d hauls Dri home every Large 1$BR/BA apart- Mobile Homes in Cot- 850-866-2590, Counts Re- $60,000. for both or OBO.850-535-9125.
sections ca nda night. Will be pulling a 53 $50 tondale on Sapp Rd, 8 mi- 6 alty Group. $12,000. for mobile home. ------------________
Cumbee. 850-527-8144 foo trailer. If interested 3BR/1BA over 960 sq. ft. nSappRaty Group.
Cumbee850-5278144 ootlease call 850-638-6889 $600, S/D $400. Downtown ls E. of Chipley. 3br, 2ba, REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 850-548-543 2002 Hyunda Sonata. 8130
easeca5063868 convenient oca- & 2br 2ba avail. Total Chipey, 2/3BR, 2BA ,like ___________ Warantyfull power, re- For Sale: 87 Nissan.
Yard Sale: Thursday & Fri- tion. Rent includes stove elec. (850)-258-4868 or brand new, beautiful lot mote alarm, cruse, AM-FM, pickup wtih tool box, cd,
day, 11th&12th, 9a.m. un- refrigerator cit water 2 0 9 8 8 4 7 w/pond on 3 acres. Only CD, V6, auto. Blue.Terrific standard, great.running
til. 2324 Sweet Gum Drive, General sewer, garbage. Sorry no wwcharloscountryliv- 45 mins. to Panama City buy. $4,800. truck, $1,200.00
down from Waffle House. pets or HUD. ing.com Beach. Owner may finance 850-638-8652. 850-547-2563
Superintendents, 7850-638-3306.7100 I or give $15,000 cash back.
Yard-Sale: June 13th, Pipe Foreman 850o638-336. Ponce de Leon 2 bed- $139,900. OBO. Lowered For Sale. 2004 Nissan
8a.m. until, Movie Depot, -& Layers, RIDGEWOOD room mobile homes, quiet 50K. (314) 346-3303. Maxima 3. SE, Black
Bonifay. Baby clothes, Elulpment Operators, APARTMENTS park, near schools. Rea- 2602 Hwy 173 S. Nice _Maxima 3.5 SE, Black,8
toys, clothes, movies, Laborers. 602 S. Weeks St. unable rent 850-535-2680 home on. 2.23 acres. leather interior, heated I 2
gilfts, books, & other Willing to travel. Exp. in Bonifay or 850-849-5068 3BR/2BA with 1762 sq.ft. i:l seats, Bose 6-CD System, For Sale: 15.3 ft. Randal
household items. WWTPconstruction a Efficiency, 1 bdrm and 2 $69,900. For more infor- i power windows andseats, Craftwithtrailer. $2,000. or
plus, but not required fficc bdrm an Traler; 2BR/1BA, cen- mation, contact Eric moon-roof. Very sharp trade for small Pontoon
bdrm 8100 Antique &Coillectibles looking, excellent condi- boat. 850-548-5555 or
Drug free workplace, Clean, safe, affordable tral Heat/air, washer, dryer, Gleaton Realty @ 3.5 Acres for sale by Cars tbls cooking, excellent condi boat. 850-548-5555 ormessage
i ZI EEO. Email Resume To housing dish washer, partially fur- 850-477-5908. owner on Union Hill Rd., 812 Sports UtiltyVehicles 850-638-2145 ease c level message
S 3250 rsingletary@sdandc. SENIORS WELCOME wished. No Pets, Smoke Bonifay. 1.3 miles off Hwy. 8130- Trucks 0-32 44For Sale: 17FT. Pro-Bass
BIG BLUEBERRIES com (850)557-7732 free. $450. rent, deposit, 79. Call; 941-722-2859 8140Va 8503261744 Tracker, 60 horse Mercury
U-PICK. $8/gal. 9.5mi. S. or fax 334-899-6729.- $375. 850-638-1272 l:8150 -CommarcFa T rack er, 60 horse Mercury.
on Orange Hill Rd. Fri.& ra Moe Home 3BR/2.5BA House, 5 ac- Two5 acres & One 10ac- Moorccs or Sale: 1987 Ford Complete rebuilt last year
Sats 8to 6 Sun'sl-5. Transm-itter Mobi nres, pool, pole barn, res on Buddy Rd. One 10 8170 Auto Parts Tempo runs good, great Lots of new equipment,
GAINER BLU ERRY Hethcare 130n t R n fenced area. acres & One 13 acres on 8210- Boats gas vested wil8 take $7,500. or
AI L t a Su PanamaCity850600619 South of Chipley $290,o00 Gainer Rd. Owner financ- 8220- Personal Watercraft 850-638-0085 or es offe all Wal
2 br, 2 ba, TH on Sunny Circle J Mobie Home Park 85-326-0692ing For more info call Mil- 8230- Sailboats 850-726-7003 best offer. Call Wally,
S Saturday Massage Therapist posi- Hills Golf Course, new car- in Chipley, 921 N 2nd St; ton Peel @ 850-38-1858. 8240- a & Mar 1-8

jw p $5$850-260-5003, |0 6140 | Ba &
K&L Farm LL tion available for fast grow- pet, $750 mo, $5 00 dep. & Graceville 5262 Alabama Supplies F 1-50-726-6945
I Home Giown Tomatoes II ing business in Chipley F. incl W/S/G 4 rounds of St. 2&3 /BR units for rent, 8310 Aircraft/Aviatlon For Sale: 78 Camaro,
I T ead l,1567 Piney elle Earings Poten golf. 773-3619 starting $350 per mo 8320- AV Road ve hi $2,000. Runs
Grove Rd, Chipley..8-6, tial. Fax resume to For info call 260-3026 or8330- Campers & Trailers 850-527-7407 or
Monday Friday, 8-4 850-415-1967. -2-0336 8 Motrhmes 850547-6698
I Saturday. 850-638-5002,1 5 8
850-527-630 03,I Secretarial 6140
L-285-5 80 QUL C IBR Colrage -n r.
Tri- county Community driver's jrr,,-re ,.' I '

-mconst. equipment; ,,license and proper vehicle gn, r ej r *
CouInil, Inc., is accepting f3f Asn. -r.:
applications for a Program .-
--- 3280 Office Assistant for 32 2MR cabin 8 t 64 C0,,e. ,
Tread Mill, space saver in houis per week.n 4:n 1t1r a3,'
good condition. Call Elroy PRIMARY DUTIES: Assist rronlh0r,.e,:i'.t ,,u,
Bonner @850547-5310 Program Manager in 185,iijtii a Bi mi-M, o M iss These G re805 3t D eAaalsD uring
operation of theHHUD_ ,,.ur2, B.,,ra u W W. P OE .? T SP A ES PROGRAMS
Section 8 Program In the SAL ENS 61 1CI n f
go olileaI Chipley Outreach Office. 2BR2BAHouseIi'o.ri0"n r'
School diploma (GED); 1 -3 r,-i,:,, ru _31

Dozers, Loaaders,' insurance coverage Must Ui-3B.:- FO. .C,. T 0 Relr. ..
Excavators, Forrestry, comply with background 63881 1P.,S4
I Contact screening. Must be 23 2BR 1BA House lor renr,
lIcagle@cagleequlp- I years old to comply with Hy .,':Jilr j nle5 ,:.n
ment.com I agency vehicle insurance ,r;,u.:, Rall CI amr i o.8 0,
For additional information NEW 2 9 T TA N T A
Sharon Kent, Administra- i :r i, ,,,.= tr,,: ta jr lew
850-547-3689. h.,,'on , C1-ll 850-547. ,
Need Your Home Application may be ob- 5 p. er Seat, Nov ion7 EFPC S r D 4 Door, Automatic, Power Pkg.a9/ .
Cleaned? Just cant find a tainted from any Tri-Count 3BR 2BA Doll House ,rPiri res and Much PI NTC MISSIT II Carpet Mats, Keyles Ent
good reliable womantodo Community Council office Cnl ley r.r oalcE Model 2 Stock #838l 8TERE Stock #8337 l 2 Stk
itThen just call for a free and submitted byMonday, ,i:,cn i r tir,:m ,WA 1 S R DEA
estimate.Also, does lawn June22,2009 @4:30 p.m. $. .'. rleerai .:.r ,r,. I 1 'F
Home; 863-531-1677, Cell. be subject tb a 3BR2BA House o Gr rn I K O R 25 YEARS FS ER
3BRr House r, r r-r,.
Wanted:. Junk appi- ErUAL OF'PORTUIIIT t1 -" G A PS ONE E IT O T
ances, lawn, golf carts, ijEMPLOiER ACD DRuG ieON.tS I
farm and garden equip- AtD S0MOKE FREE 4BR.'BA Houselrrrr,C M E (0 IT OUT'
ment, satellites for free. IWORKPLAC. EVr.-.r, 7,' ,r,
will pick up. Call ": I "
850-547-0088 or i 5 ni i-l LID nr.i ac.
850-326-5329 t iep 52. 5.;.550
Fo0 Rent: 2:; BA` NEW 200 9 T OYOT A TOYOTA NNEW 2009 TOYOTA E
4100 0:,r i Er T ,r, Ih HYBuRlrD P ,
LESS SAVAILAB C oF r Sa:zer s,, 5 Do, N tomatic, u per Deal 4 Door, Automatic, Power Pkg
Limited space. Piano, Gui- ,.y ; For Rent; 3BR IBA. Wheels with Pirelli Tires and MuchDON MSS Carpet Mats, Keess
Mandoin, violin, nFlute. "" : r :" Model53122, Stock#838 Model 1832, Stock #8337 Model 2514, tock #8420

perform general mainte- 190. Timesnare Rel :I1^ *. O *
Covington Music.r of Vacalon Renir 5. -17 1 or ,521* S E Al
biingtown Chipley.s and 8tr...8.: L..e /

equipment, Must have HCf3SB lf c". i..-aa 1i W I ^^ r W
850-638-5050. abae vCB e of te r T, A
following trades: Looking for a Br Sn
y,.lu in aiter any factory re e o db c p t a tg e to
n appliance repair Executive Office Notice

EMP'LE NT ( ..r ,-,,,i.:,,,- 1
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redug r.rtest sr,: .Required .... ,I,. ,, II
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COGeneral 10 Aa: ments n m i *C SIENNA LE HIGHLANDER LTD. TH NEW l
is 120 Beach Reao1 5Door, V-6,Aut omatic, Sunroof, Leather, Sharp! *
lpWanted: ARC of 6t30 tConollhOusa ,,, A wrr Dls
Washington-Holmes bt40 HoUse Renlals Sharp Vehicle! Model 6954 .
Counties, Inc. has an 6o Romso, Rentb ., Mode153, Stock#8113 Stock #8327 ANP TE NEW 010
opening for Full Time 6170- blt e HomeLot r' , SUPER SPECIAL ONLY *
Maintenance worker to d1ao Owboe-Town Renlals ..h.l Di r'SPECIAL ONLY AT., OL* 1
performgeneral mainte- 190ro. limesnae Renals, n C.h TOYOTA SEA
nance and repair of 6200 Vacation Rerlals ,,r.... r,.,.i.
buildings, vehicles and : .a.r.,e,,s ,,, ir,, : r,. .*, It 8STO6 NOW4
equipment, Must have $..,' ,r2 4 ,74..- ..' -s *N
basic know ledge of the 5_,,7,._, ,t..1:,: W.:.bl home
following trades: car- i. 6100or k.g ,53
entry, plumbing; paint- H'.,,L i' All prices after any factor rebate..a2ora to dFle cash. plu tax and tag Sublec1 to pCesale.
ing, appliance repair, Executive Office Spa. :, ., 11" -T' .
electrical wiring, and or. PRE-OWNED VEHICLES SALES EXpiRAVAGANZA!

prienceD, 2yevalid Flor- Great Selection Zero Down With Approved Credit!
ida Drivers Licenseand I 6110 0E 'Y' I .I
must pass all back-

by the Agency for Per- 80-547.035 C1 I 1170 1 i S l s At m at
sons with Disabilities. 2 BR/2 BA 14x70 MH. n-A
SWork Hours 7:30 3:30 furun nished. No pets. $500 a E I T -,
M-F; be available for 1BR' Apartment in Chip- 'month, $350 deposit. Call
emergencies Mon ley. Good location. No 638-1462. j S 0 a a 0 3 0
Sun. Directly responsi- pets. 638-4640. 2BR MH for rant with utility
ble to Executive Direc- 2BR building wino air.
tor, and supervises no window air
person at One Stop Ca- apartment, $200. deposit, -2BR Mobile Home, good
reer Center, 680 2nd $375. a month. Includes location in Chipley. No
Street Room 7, Chipley. water, garbage, sewer. Pets. 850-638-4640.
EOE/DFW 850-547-9340- 2BR/1BA Mobile home for
-- - -- --1-ingor rent near Chipley.
The No\\ s Herald is looking foi 850-638-4689 S I U 3
I ndtepndeni Contractors to sell I 3BR/2BA 14X70 Mobile 3 :
SB Fl., at 1105 South Blvd.
n er "l I Call 850-209-5696 or
I and in Chipley. 850-209-1426. MORE TO CHOOSE FROM .

I proximatel 8:0()A.A itrifil I pets. Call 638-1171 or and Utility Vehicles At Great Deals!
around 12 .M II 3BR/1BA, 3/4 mile from

portunity for ths ri.ht individu- i 3BR/2BA Doublewide on FROM eOPOlLAS TO UILITY EHICLES AT 11EAT SAYrV OS!
I* als. Brickyard Rd. $675 CECK T!
ShIamonth. Cal1,638-9127.
Stop by The Washington County I Fol Rent: 2BR, clean, new ........

News office on Railroad Ave in I paint and carpet, smoke ECHOS 7 Years, 100,000 Mile rovoTA 160 Point Quality IU ID-R
free, good environment. COROLLAS Limited Warranty** Assurance Inspection 4-RUNNERS
I T esofficeai 1 E850-535-9672 CELICAS i 7 r 1000 i 1 Great Selection From
I Chipley or The Holmes County $485. a month. Vernon CAMRYS 7 Years, 100,000 Mile Gr selection From HIGHLANDERS
Times office a 12 E. Virginia I8505372 TACOMAS Roadside Assistance** Corollas to Sequoias SEQUOIAS
I I I .For Rent: 2BR/1BA Mo- YR
n Ave. in Bonifay to ll out an I bile Home $300. month, -
Siato t an pI plus $300. deposit, no All Prices and Discounts After Any Factory Rebate, Plus Tax and Tag. Subject to Presale.
I application. pets. Call 850-547-2043.
I I Leave message.
You can call Luther Moore M-F Mobile Home for rent; Remember, IYou
I. at 850-5417-9414 for further II 2BR/2BA, water/sew, er and
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