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P.O. BOX 117001

School Bus Routes
See Section B

School Budget Announced
See Page 3A

Candidate Expenditures
See Page 12A


2 Sections

2 Sections
Section A

Our 111th Year, 31st Issue

Thursday, August 3, 2006

Serving Wakulla County For More Than A Century

Crime Rate

Drops Again

Of The Wakulla News
Despite continued steady
growth in Wakulla County and
a summer weekend population
estimated at 100,000 people,
the county crime rate continues
to decline, according td crime
statistics released recently by
the Florida Department of Law
Enforcement (FDLE).
Wakulla County experi-
enced a decline in several of
the "index" or serious crimes
reported in 2005. The murder
category was one exception.
The county had three murders
in 2005 and none in 2004.
Wakulla County Sheriff Da-
vid Harvey said the statistics
show that the county is still a
safe place to live and residents
can rely on a dedicated and
talented group of law enforce-
ment men and women.
FDLE officials estimated th>e
county population at 25,505 in
2004 and 26,867 in 2005. Index
crimes are considered murder,
forcible rape, robbery, aggra-
vated assault, burglary, larceny
and motor vehicle theft.
The total number of index

crimes decreased from 647
in 2004 to 617 last year, a 4.6
percent decrease. Murders in-
creased from zero to three from
2004 to 2005. Forcible rape was
down from 17 to 13. Robber-
ies increased from two to five
while aggravated assaults were
down from 83 to 82. Burglaries
were up from 168 to 182 but
larcenies were down from 344
to 307. Motor vehicle thefts de-
creased from 33 to 25.
Overall, the crime rate per
100,000 residents decreased
by 9.5 percent which means
that Wakulla County residents
stood less chance of becoming
a victim of an index crime in
2005 when compared to 2004.
The sheriff's office, the only
law enforcement agency in
Wakulla County that makes
house calls, saw an increase
from 34.9 percent of index
_,imens_, being cleared to .43.8
percent being cleared in 2005.
"It is absolutely incredible
that, in spite of our growth
over the last decade, we're do-
ing so well," said the sheriff.
The increase in the crime
Please turn to Page ZA

Start Your Ps who founded the site with son John in 1976. Gretchen Evans
Start Your Paedied late last year after a lengthy illness; John Evans died years
Despite inclement weather, a steady flow of friends, family and earlier in a car accident. Jacki Youngstrand, Gretchen's daughter,
patrons attended Saturday's 30th anniversary celebration for now operates the facility and organized the celebration, which
T-n-T Hideaway Canoe Rental on the Wakulla River. This was featured a kayak raffle, barbecue, refreshments, and entertain-
the recreation area's first anniversary without Gretchei. Lvans. ment from.a local radio station...(Photo by Lynda Kinsey).

Residents Fume

About Power Bills

Ochlockonee Bay resident
Debra Harvey says that for the
past three years, her July elec-
tricity bill has hovered around
$105. So she was shocked when
it soared from $106 to $179 this
time around.
Harvey and some other area
Progress Energy customers are
complaining that their power
bills suddenly shot up after
new electronic meters were
installed in their homes.
The company's response is
that there's nothing wrong with
the meters. It's summertime,
it's hot, and customers are
likely using more power than
they realize.
Progress Energy's Kathy
Small, a communications spe-

This Week
Almanac Page 9
Church Page 4
Classifieds.................. Page 16
Comment & Opinion..Page 2
Crossword Puzzle.......Page 16
Outdoors..................... Page 8
People Page 6
Sheriff's Report..........Page 15
Week In Wakulla..........Page 2

cialist on the new meter project,
says it's not the first time she's
heard such complaints.
"I do understand the percep-
tion that the meter is causing
the bill to increase," Small said.
But that just isn't the case.
"There's nothing wrong
with the meters," Small said.
"They're very precise."
Harvey's bill indicates her
average daily use has shot up
from 32 kilowatt hours a day to
51 kilowatt hours. She claims,
though, that her family isn't
doing anything different not
Please turn to Page 2A

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Jail Sa e Shop. From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Saturday, visi-
Jail Sa e tors can browse through donated goods as well
Shoppers have been finding bargains in a rare as T-shirts, pins, genealogy reference books,
location on recent Saturdays. As part of its ef- historical sketches and more. Wakulla County
fort to restore the county's old jail building, Afghans also are available for $30 in three dif-
the Wakulla County Historical Society is rais- ferent colors. Once restored, the building will
ing funds through sales at its Old Jail Museum be used for exhibits. (Photo by Lynda Kinsey)

Hands Across The Water
Brandon Willingham was one of several Wakulla High School
students to visit Australia and New Zealand as part of a two-
week trip this summer. The group of students, teachers and
parents experienced the wonders of nature and learned about
different cultures. Willingham is pictured feeding a wallaby at
Australia's Koala World. For more photos and a story about the
experience, please see Section B.

Evans Seeks Fourth

School Board Term
Jerry Evans, who has served
on the Wakulla County School
Board for the past 12 years, is
seeking a fourth term. Evans,
48, will compete for the Dis-
trict 5 seat against challenger
Broward Sapp.
Though Evans is excited
about the school system's im-
pressive state rankings, he said .
he is running for re-election
because there is more work to \ '
be done. ,
"I am so proud to have
served as a school board mem- .
ber over the past 12 years," Ev-
ans said. "And I am committed rr an
to continue giving my best to Jerry Evans
make sure that we, as a county, been instrumental in setting
can continue to take pride in standards that are continu-
the fact that our school district ously being recognized state-
ranks among the very best in wide."
the state in every comparison. Evans and his wife, Pam
"We, as a board, have made Lawhon Evans, have been mar-
some tremendous strides over ried for 24 years. They have
the past several years and have Please turn to Page 2A


Hike Forces

St. Marks To

Raise Taxes
Of The Wakulla News
The City of St. Marks raised
its proposed tax rate a half-mill
to 4.25 mills and set a tentative
budget of $967,024 for the 2006-
07 fiscal year.
The proposed increase in
the millage is largely due to
a doubling in the cost of the
city's insurance, St. Marks City
Manager Zoe Mansfield told city
commissioners at their meeting
on Wednesday, July 26.
Property taxes are the largest
source of revenue in the city's
general fund, accounting for
$161,786 of the $581,704 fund.
The proposed millage rep-
resents $4.25 in taxes for each
$1,000 of assessed value for
property within the city. For a
$100,000 home without home-
stead exemption, one would
pay $425 in city taxes.
Last year's rate was 3.75
Mansfield said that the city's
insurance premiums went from
$26,000 last year to nearly
$60,000 mostly because of
claims due to flooding from
the storm surge of Hurricane
Dennis, which hit St. Marks and:
other coastal areas of Wakulla
County in July 2005.
In addition to rising insur-;
ance costs, Mansfield cited the
cost of interest on the current
sewer expansion as another
cause of the tax increase.
St. Marks is currently ex-
panding the treatment capacity
of its sewer system.
City services water, garbage
and sewer account for $385,3201
of the proposed budget. Water
and sewer are projected to
be break-even services, while
garbage service is projected to
generate $4,800 for the city over
the cost.
Please turn to Page 2A




Page 2A-THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Aug. 3, 2006

:Comment andOpinion

Established In Wakulla County In 1895

Time To Stop The Interruptions

Editor, The News:
My greatest compliments to
the commissioners who voted
to cover the agenda items*of
county business, and to move
the citizens to be heard to the
end of the meetings. This pro-
cess proves beyond a doubt
that commissioners have not
tried to squash those individu-
als who continually interrupt
every commission meeting.
I did a fact finding study
about one and a half years ago,
which showed that only a
handful of people continually
interrupted the meetings. I am
reviewing those facts once
again and, hopefully, will' be
able to publish the results
within thenext 30 days in let-
ter form to The Wakulla News.
Interesting enough, the

same people, with the possi-
bility of one or two new addi-
tions, are showing up and,
even more interesting, these

people also seem to be the
ones who are complaining
about,the commissioners tak-
ing away their freedom of
speech by not allowing them
to voice their comments on
almost every issue and who
belittle all commissioners, ex-
cept one.
Again, thank you, Maxie,
Henry, Brian and Ed (who took
the time to e-mail the people
his views related to the situa-
tion). I think you are truly rep-
resenting all of the citizens.,of
our county by doing the jobs
that you were elected to do and
not kneeling to the whim of
just a selected few who would
like the new residents of the
county to think that they rep-
resent all of us-they don't
Thelma Gaupin
Shell Point


Continued from Page 1A
running the air conditioning
more than usual or anything
like that. She said she asked
the company to come out and
re-read her meter. She said they
In Panacea, Ila Reeves says
the bill at her home increased
to over $200. "We haven't been
able to figure out why it's so
high," she said.
The only change Reeves is
aware of is the new meters.
Some area residents, like
businessman Ronald Fred Crum
of Panacea, say they are aware
that the power bill is higher.
But Crum said he's been too
busy to focus on it and just
paid his bill.
Those residents who have
called Athe company to com-
plain say they are told the new
meters are better than the old
ones. Meter readers don't need
to go into a customer's yard to
read it now; instead they have a
wand that they can point at the
meter from their vehicle, and
the information is transmitted
to the billing office, :

The new meters are part of
an effort to control costs, Small
says. No longer will custom-
ers get bills with estimated:
Small expressed concern
that some customers may not
realize that their power usage
has increased. They may have
added new appliances that
mean more power usage, such
as a new television or computer.
Items that draw the most power
are air conditioners and heaters,
Small said, along with dryers
and water heaters.
Small suggested home en-
ergy audits for customers who
are concerned about ways to
save money.
Customers who continue to
complain are told to call the
state Public Service Commis-
sion's hotline for consumer
The PSC is. the state agency
that regulates public utilities.
PSC spokesman Todd Brown
said there doesn't appear to
be an increase in the number
of consumer complaints about
Progress Energy lately.

Progress has not had a re-
cent rate increase, Brown said,
though the company has been
approved for a fuel cost recovery
surcharge as of Jan. 1, and last
year had a hurricane recovery
surcharge to recoup the costs of
damage from recent storms.
That fuel cost surcharge re-
flects an increase in the price of
fuel and allows the company to
pass that cost on to consumers,
Small said. That surcharge has
increased bills as much as 12
percent, she said.
Small noted that Progress
does offer a special conserva-
tion rate for homes that use
less than 1,000 kilowatt hours
per month. Above that usage,'
the rate goes up sharply.
The installation of electronic
meters which are digital,
not the old spinning dials is
progressing, Small sdid. The
company .has another 3,500
meters to go.
Meanwhile, Harvey is keep-
ing a log of her family's power
usage. Every few hours, she
goes out to the meter and jots
down another number.

Ideas Are Sought For Park

Editor, The News:
We, the friends of Crab
Apple Park, appreciate the in-:
terest expressed by the county
commission-and many people
in the community-in seeing a
plan developed for Crawfordville's
once beautiful, now forgotten
and forlorn. Crab Apple Park.
Over the next few months,
our group will develop a con-
ceptual plan for this precious
little park. We seek,ideas and
suggestions from all interested
parties. We will conduct focus
groups and individual inter-'


Becky Cook

Editor, The News:
Well, it will soon be election
day in our county. Like most
voters, I'll go to the poll to vote
for those persons I feel will do
thebest job for our county.
Have y6u'talked with any-
ond from anothesrarea- about
Wakulla? If you have, the first
thing they say is that they have
heard of our great school sys-
tem, which is one of the best
in the state.
This election we have three
members of the present school
board running for re-election-
Mrs. Cook; Mr. Gray and Mr.
Evans. I can highly recommend
Mr. Gray and Mr. Evans as
working members of the board.
Today, I would like to speak
about my daughter. Becky
I personally know of the
hours of volunteer work she
has done because sometimes
she takes me with her. I know
she cares about our teachers,
all the support staff and most
of all "Your Children."
Therefore, I can and do rec-
ommend Becky Cook for re-
election as your full-time
school board member, Dist. 3.
Don't forget to vote on Sept. 5.
Sue Howell


Are Legitimate
Editor, The Aews:' .
My friend David Murrell's
letter in. last week's Wakulla
News about the proposed wa-
ter plant was noted. David is
smart, plain speaking and not'
prone to hysteria. Each and
every one of his concerns is
legitimate, and worthy of be-
ing addressed and met by the
Highs, or the project should
not go forward,
I believe that they can be
met, and that an environmen-
tally sustainable business can
be created, or I would not make
the effort to explore it. Like all
of Wakulla County's environ-
mental assets, if used in a wise,
sustainable manner, those as-
sets present an attractive alter-
native to the current economic
vision, which appears to be
headed toward being the af-
fordable housing alternative to
Leon County.
Toward that end, I have
called David and asked him to
attend the proposed mediation
as my guest.
Allison DeFoor

views to find out what people
do and do not want. Our group
will generate drawings of op-
tions for people to consider
and reject or refine. Comments,
suggestions and concerns also,
may be submitted online to
As we develop'a plan for
Crab Apple Park (with commu-
nity involvement and input),
we also will explore funding
possibilities. We are optimistic.
,that external funds are avail-
able to develop and expand
Crab Apple Park and protect
Willow Lake.

Meanwhile, we have volun-
tarily withdrawn Crab Apple'
Park from consideration for
this year's cycle of funding by
the Florida Recreation Devel-'
opment Assistance Program
(FRDAP). We think funding for
playground equipment at
Crawfordville's Hickory Park is
a higher pIriority. We encourage
Sthe county commission to seek
2006 FRDAP funds to make
Hickory Park a wonderful play-
ground 'for our kids.
Lynn Artz, Spokesperson
Friends of Crab Apple Park

Note from the Editor
There has been some confusion regarding the political can-
didates' financial disclosures, which were published in the July
27 edition of The Wakulla News.
Due to space consideration, we did not print every financial
entry for every candidate. Instead, we provided each person's
total net worth and assets plus some select details to provide
Sally Gandy, a candidate for county commission, correctly
roted that those figures could be n'isleading. In her case, for
exalmle, we listed-her income Pi4.2'50.'But Gandy pointed out
that she receives other income from retirement accounts.
----'A^siv`W The Wakuill NeT iso;6rr'-har to present the news
as accurately as possible and welcomes readers' feedback.

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Continued from Page 1A
clearance rate is a "reflection
on our officers and their com-
mitment to their jobs," he
The sheriff credited the
court system for keeping crimi-
nals in jail longer so that law
enforcement officials are not
having to arrest the same in-
dividuals multiple times. "The
courts are being much more
severe with punishment and
more of,them are staying in
prison," said Harvey.
"We have some dutstand-

ing young men and women
and many of them have col-
lege degrees," said the sheriff.
"They are.committed to their
jobs." The state legislature and
county commission have also
played a role in helping the
crime rate remain low by being
committed to funding public
safety needs with taxpayer dol-
lars, added Harvey.

The growth in Wakulla
County has also kept the un-
employment rate low as many
residents have jobs although


Continued from Page 1A
three children: Lindsay, a se-
nior at Florida State University;
Bethany, a freshman at Florida
State; and Chandler, a.junior at
Wakulla High School.
Evans holds a bachelor's
degree in Business Administra-
tion from Palm Beach Atlantic
University and is Director of
Sales and Marketing for-Wild-&
wood Resort.
He also is a charter member
of Sopchoppy Southern Baptist
Church, where he is church
SEvans serves numerous civic
groups, including the Coastal
Optimist Club and the Tourist
Development Council, and is a
board member for the Wakulla
County Chamber of Commerce.
He is a past Chairman for the
United Way.
But Evans has devoted most
of his time to helping the
youth in Wakulla County.,
He previously served as a
counselor for troubled teens,
and he assists in a wide variety
of functions, including fund-
raising, mentoring and chaper-
oning for local schools, .:
Evans also co-founded The
War Eagle Bank at Wakulla
High School, has twice ap-
peared as a guest speaker for
Wakulla High School Baccalau-
reate, participates each year
in Career Day at both middle
schools, and volunteers with
the WHS chapter of Fellowship'
of Christian Athletes.

Continued from Page 1A
"This is a real'tight budget,'"
Mansfield said.
Water is projected to gener-
ate $152,460 in revenues for
the city, which is only $25 over
the cost of operation. Sewer
service is projected to generate
$144,420 in revenue, which is
$547 over the cost of service.
The City of St. Marks buys
water from the City of Tal-
lahassee and re-sells it to cus-

A Free

Key To

"I am more enthusiastic now
than ever about the success of
our district," Evans said. "And I
want to do my part to continue
to raise the bar of excellence
as we face the challenges set
before us."
, Though he is proud of his
efforts, Evans said the school
district's success has been a
ioint accomplishment.
"One of the biggest keys to
our success has been the integ-
rity of our staff," Evans said.
"From instructional personnel
to non-instructional, admin-
istration, superintendent and
board, I know that there is no
better qualified team than what
we have in Wakulla County."
*A former professional musi-
cian, Evans frequently has vol-
unteered his expertise to the
local schools' band, chorus and
drama programs. Last year, he
also participated in the hurri-
cane relief concert, "One Hand,
One Heart." ,

the many construction sites
around the county have attract-'
ed juveniles committing many'
misdemeanor crimes.
Wakulla County had an un-
usual year with murders as a
Gadsden County man was ac-1
caused of killing his wife in
Medart in September 2005 and
a Crawfordville man was' ac- ,
caused of killing his wife and
taking her body to Alabama in
February 2005. A Medart man:,
was charged with killing his '
neighbor with a golf club in;
August 2005. .
Gov. Jeb Bush and FDLE
Commissioner Jerry Bailey said
the state crime rate for index :
crimes dropped 3.7 percent in -
2005 compared to 2004.
"I applaud the hard work of *
Florida's law enforcement of-
ficers who put their lives on-'l
the line each day to protect
the residents of our state, and
this report highlights the re- '
:uults of their efforts," said the
'governor. "This report shows
-, that staying tough on crime
The statistics compiled by
FDLE represent 411 local/mu- ':
nicipal, county and state law '
enforcement agencies. The *"
agencies represent approxi-
mately 99.9 percent of the "
state's population, Gov. Bush
"I'm really pleased," said the
sheriff of the statistics. "It's a
quality of life issue and why 2I
people are moving here. It's a
safe place to live, we have an
excellent education system
and we have the natural re- s

Thursday, August 3, 2006,
ALZHEIMER'S SUPPORT GROUP meets at the public library at 6 p.m. ,
COASTAL OPTIMIST CLUB meets at Posey's Up the Creek in Panacea at noon.
COUNTY BUDGET WORKSHOP, to hear budget requests from county departments,
will be held in the commission boardroom at 6 p.m.
OPEN HOUSE will be held at The Wakulla News office from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. '.
The event is to honor former newspaper owners Stacie Phillips and Shannon i "
Joiner and welcome new editor Ira Schoffel. ",.
PARENTING CLASS will be held at the health department from 9 to 11 a.m. The
topic will be baby safety and infant CPR.
ROTARY CLUB meets at the senior center at 12 noon.
SEMINAR, "Effectively Using Herbs and Nutrition for Women's Health Problems," ,,-
will be held at Wakulla Station Pharmacy from 6 to 8 p.m. Roy Abarbanel, -.
certified physical therapist, and Elizabeth Markovich, nurse practioner, will
moderate the seminar. Space is limited. Call 421-4040 for a reservation.
Friday, August 4, 2006 .
EMPLOYEE ORIENTATION for new non-instructional school board employees '
will be held at the district office from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
NEW TEACHER ORIENTATION for district teachers will be held at the district
office from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
PICKIN' 'N'GRINNIN' JAM SESSION will be held at the senior center from 10 a.m. l
to noon. (Also on Tuesdays.)
SHADEVILLE REUNION will be held at The Inn at Wildwood beginning with a
reception at1 p.m. Activities will be held throughout the weekend.,
Saturday, August 5, 2006
FLOTILLA 12 of the Coast GuardAuxiliary will hold its monthly meeting at the -.
St. Marks VFD at 6:30 p.m.
OLD JAIL MUSEUM will be open selling thrift shop and historical society items
to benefit renovation of the museum from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
YARD SALE will be held:at the Christian Worship Center, on Coastal Highway
next to the golf course, beginning at 8 a.m.
Sunday, August 6, 2006
MUSICAL PROGRAM, featuring the Joy Quartet, will be held at Providence Bible
SChurch, 710 Shadeville Road, at 6 p.m.
Monday, August 7, 2006
'COUNTY COMMISSION meets in the commission boardroom at 6 p.m.
HATHA YOGA CLASS will be held at the public library at 7 p.m. For information.
call Della at 926-4293 or e-mail della.parker@earthlink.net.
"PATH TO FINANCIAL FREEDOM," a four week course on how to think about.
earn and spend money, will be held at the livestock pavilion from 6 to 8 p.m.
on Monday through Aug. 21. Cost is $20 for materials. For information, con-
tact Michelle Adamski at 926-3931.
Tuesday, August 8, 2006
NA meets at Joanna Johnson's office in the Barry Building at 7 p.m.
FOOTBALL PRACTICE gets underway at Wakulla Middle School at 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday, August 9, 2006
AA meets at Ochlockonee Bay UMC on Surf Road at noon.
ANIMAL OBEDIENCE CLASSES, a six-week course sponsored by Citizens for Hu-
mane Animal Treatment' (CHAT), will be held at the Wakulla Animal Shelter.
A class for puppies up to five months old begins at 6 p.m. A class for older
dogs will be held at 7:30 p.m. For information, contact Stephanie Bell at 284-
BRAIN GYM CLASS will be held at the senior citizens center at 10:30 a.m.





THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Aug. 3, 2006-Page 3A

One Citizen Goes To Budget Hearing Seeking Lower Taxes

Of The Wakulla News
Retired school teacher Donna
Sanford was the lone member of
the public at the Wakulla County
School Board's budget hearing
this week. Her request was
"I don't want you to increase
my taxes," she said.
School board members and
district staff gave Sanford a
whirlwind history of board de-
cisions and a glimpse of their
plans for the future.
They also pointed out that,
while the newspaper advertise-
ment that Sanford held up did
say "Notice of tax increase," the
assessed millage rate by the
school board is actually going
Since the value of property in
the county has gone'up some
$200 million this year, the de-
crease in the rate still amounts
to an increase in tax revenue for
the school board. Thus, it was
explained, it is required to be
advertised as a tax increase.
Sanford said she would study
millage to become better in-
Last year, about 30 residents'
turned out for the final'budget
hearing in September, outraged
by a sharp increase in their taxes
that was mostly due to the in-
crease in the value of their
This year, school board Chair-,
man Greg Thomas said that tax-
payers at least those with
homestead exemption should
actually see a slight decrease in
school board taxes. That's be-
cause the Save Our Homes con-
stitutional amendment limits
increases in home valuations to
three percent. The school board
is actually decreasing its millage
by .35 mills.
The school board intends to
assess 8,352 mills in property
taxes. That is $8.35 for every
$1,000 of property value, or on
homestead property for the
value above the first $25,000. For
a $100,000 home with home-
stead exemption, the school
board taxes would be some $626.
Superintendent David Miller
noted that 2 mills of the assess-
ment, sor S capital9outlayIQoW:U:
earmarked this Near to buNl some -
10Qcres noxrtthofjcraw fordvile .
as a new school site.
Noting that assessing the 2
mills entitles the district to
qualify for other state monies,
Miller told board members, "You
have built three schools using
the 2 mills."
Miller pointed to Shadeville
Elementary School, built for $6
million but Wakulla County had
to only pay $1 million of that.
Medart Elementary cost $9 mil-
lion to build, but cost Wakulla
county only about. $3 million.
The new Crawfordville Elemen-
tary cost $13 million but cost lo-
cal taxpayers only $3 million.
Riversprings Middle School
was "free," Miller said, because-
the project was almost com-
pletely paid for by special facili-
ties money from the state.
That's $27 million in new
schools, and a savings of $20.5
million to taxpayers, Miller said.
"That's being pretty wise stew-
ards of the taxpayer's money."
,Noting that the current plans
to build a new elementary school
north of Crawfordville call for
the district to spend $8 million'
to get a $15 million facility.
Miller said: "Is that a good deal?
I think it's almost criminal,"
Miller also added that
/Wakulla is the only school dis-
trict in the state that has no por-
tables for students K through 12

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With the impending changes
from the constitutional amend-
ment to limit class size, the
district's schools have suddenly
shrunk, Miller said, and por-
tables loom on the horizon.
The school board's assess-

ment of 5.102 mills in required
local effort brings in a few mil-
lion dollars in local taxes, but
qualifies the district to receive
more than $18 million in state
School board member Jerry
Evans commented that he felt




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its decisions. And to not levy
taxes high enough to get the state
money which funds the major-
ity of the school budget would
be like the district shooting itself
in the foot, Evans said. .
Besides, Evans said, "there

just is not a lot of room for us to
be flexible" in the budget. Most
of the expenditures some 85
percent are for salaries for
teachers and other personnel.
Evans seconded the motion
by Becky Cook to approve the
millage, and it passed unani-

There was little discussion of
the.school board's $50 million
budget, and it also passed unani-
The school board voted to set
its final budget hearing for Sept.
11 at 6 p.m.

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Robert D. Courson
Robert Dean Courson, 60, of
Douglas, GA. died Monday, July
31 in Douglas.
Funeral services will be held
at Bethel Baptist Church in Dou-
glas on Thursday, Aug. 3 at 2 p.m.
with burial at the Bethel Cem-
etery. Family will receive visitors
at the Ricketson Funeral Home
on Wednesday, Aug. 2 from 6.
p.m. to 8 p.m. A memorial ser-
vice will be held at a later date
in Wakulla County.
He was a pharmacist in Pana-
cea, retiring after 32 years of ser-
Survivors include a daughter,
Deana C. Russ of Panacea; a son,
Robert Dax Courson of Panacea;
two grandchildren, Sydney Russ
and Braxton Russ of Panacea;
parents, Roe Dean and Lois S.
Courson of Douglas; two broth-
ers, Wayne Courson and Nolan
Courson, both of Douglas; one
sister, Pam Courson of Niceville;
and several nieces and nephews.
Ricketson Funeral Home in
Douglas was in charge of arrange-

Wayne N. Crafton
Wayne Noel Crafton, 66, of
Carrollton, TX, died Tuesday,
July 25, in Dallas.
The graveside service was
held Tuesday, Aug. 1 at St.
Elizabeth Cemetery in Craw-
Survivors include a daugh-
ter, Cynthia Fray; two sons, Eric
and Tom Crafton; two step-
daughters, Deborah Croft and
Mary K. Smith; three grandchil-
dren, John T. Walker:and wife
Candice Michelle Fray and Julie
Crafton; a brother Mike Crafton
and wife Joanne; four neph-
ews; and a host of other fam-
ily and friends.
He was preceded in death
by his wife Coral L. Crafton.
Harvey-Young Funeral Home
in Crawfordville handled the

; Ro.yeeL. Crouch
Royce Lester Crouch, 76, of
i Perry, died Monday; July'24, at
his residence.
The service was held Friday,
July 28 at Boyd New Life Meth-
odist Church in Boyd in Tay-
lor County, with burial at the
church cemetery. Memorial
contributions may be made to
'Boyd New' Life Methodist
Church, 2458 Boyd Road, Perry,
FL 32347.
A native of Madill, OK, he
was a retired draftsman engi-
neer,with Hunt-Wesson Foods
in Crifornia. Having served in
the U.S. Army during the Ko-
rean War, he earned the Com-
mendation Ribbon, Good Con-
duct Medal, Korean Service.
Medal, United Nations Service
Medal and the National De-
fense Service Medal. He was a
member of Boyd New Life
Methodist Church, the VFW
and Perry Elks Lodge.
SHe is survived by his wife,
Bessie Green Crouch; three
stepdaughters, Becky Black of
Panacea, and Cheryal Severson
and Toni Field, both of Rancho
Cucamonga, CA; seven grand-
children; and four great-grand-
Beggs Funeral Home inr
Perry was in charge of arrange-

Yard Sale

Will Be Held
A yard sale and car wash with
a variety of items for sale is set
for Saturday, Aug. 5 at the Chris-
tian Worship Center beginning at
8 a.m.
Church pastor Steve and
Malissa Taylor said among the
sale items are what-nots, kitchen
things, toys, and clothes .for
adults and children.
The Worship Center is located
at 3922 Coastal Highway next to
the golf course.
f? *

9 Saint Teresa
1255 Rehwinkel Rd.
At the corner of Rehwinkel Rd. & US 98
Sunday School
Holy Eucharist 8:30 AM
Youth & Adults 9:30 AM
Children 10:30 AM
Worship 10:30 AM
Father John Spicer
926-4288 o

Nathaniel Donaldson
Nathaniel Donaldson, 75, of
Jacksonville, died Thursday,
July 20.
The service was held on Fri-
day, July 28 at the chapel of
Strong & Jones Funeral Home
in Tallahassee, with burial at
Walker Cemetery in Crawford-
He was a member of the
True Church of the Living God.
Survivors include a brother,
Bennie Donaldson; a sister,
Virginia Brimm of Tallahassee;
two aunts, Alberta Harvey and
Flossie Harvey, both of Sop-
choppy; a sister-in-law, Lottie
Donaldson of Crawfordville;
and a host of nieces, nephews,
cousins and friends.
Strong & Jones Funeral
Home in Tallahassee was in
charge of the arrangements. -

Asa C. Green
Asa Clayton Green, 75, of
Crawfordville, died Sunday,'July
30 in Crawfordville.
Funeral services will be held
at Harvey-Young Funeral Home
in Crawfordville on Thursday,
Aug. 3 with burial at Whiddon
Lake Cemetery. Family will re-
ceive visitors at Harvey-Young
Funeral Home on Wednesday,
Aug. 2 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Me-
morial contributions may be
made to Big Bend Hospice, 1723
Mahan Dr., Tallahassee, FL
A lifelong resident of Craw-
fordville, he was an accountant
for Leon County. He was a vet-
eran of the U.S. Navy and was of'
the Baptist faith.
Suriviors include his wife,
Jean Green; a daughter, Sherri
Wester and husband Bert of Tal-
lahassee; and two grandchildren,
Maggie Elizabeth Wester and
Donald Asa Wester.
Harvey-Young Funeral Home
is in charge of the arrangements.
Glover E. Raker,
Glover Eugene Raker, 84, of
. Crawfordville died Monday. July
31 in Medart.
Funeral'services will be held
at Crawvfordville First Baptist
Church on Thursday, Aug. 3 at 10
'a.m. followed by burial at Craw-
fordville Cemetery. A family visi-
tation was held at the Harvey-
Young Funeral Home on Wednes-
day, Aug. 2 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Memorial contributions may be
made to Big Bend Hospice, 1723
Mahan Center Blvd., Tallahassee,
FL 32308.
An electrician, he worked for
Florida Power from. August 1945 '
until his retirement in February
1984. He was a lifelong resident
of Crawfordville and served in
the National Guard.
Survivors include his wife,
Allene Raker; a daughter, Barbara
Raker of Tallahassee; one
brother, Silas .0. Raker of
Sopchoppy; and a grandson, Ja-
son Raker Quigg of Tallahassee.
He was preceded in death by his
parents, Glover and Lois Raker,
and two brothers, Willard Raker
and Herman Raker.
Harvey-Young Funeral Home
in Crawfordville is in charge of
the arrangements.


SUNDAY SCMHOL.......9:30 A.M.
fEVNING WORSHIP........... PM.

pritWrought Christian Center
o aiordTaugth Lr
A Ward ofFaith Church


Schedule of Services
* Sunday 11 a.m. t
* Wednesday 7 p.m. jl i
* Thursday Ladies
Bible Study 10 a.m.
2263 Curtis Mill Rd.
Sopchoppy, FL 962-3774
Pastor John S. Dunning
(From Rhema Bible Tiraling Center)

H. Douglas Randall
IH.Douglas Randall, 69, of
Niceville died Tuesday, July 18 at
home with his family after a
short illness with cancer. -
Survivors include his wife of
49 years, Janet Randall; five chil-
dren, Kenneth Randall and wife
Joella of Hawaii; Brenda Harrison
and husband Randy, of Niceville;
Angela Smith and husband Greg
of Niceville; Keith Randall and
wife Katie of Niceville; Christie
Singletary and husband John of
Nieeville; 17 grandchildren;
seven great-grandchildren; three
sisters, Virginia Reynolds and
husband J.C. of Panacea; Deborah
Burlison and husband Wilder of
Pensacola; and Sheila Majors of
Panama City; and several nieces
and nephews.

Wendell W. Rardin
Wendell Welsh Rardin, 77,
died. Friday, July 28.
The service was held Mon-
day, July 31 at St. Elizabeth
Cemetery with burial at St.
Elizabeth Cemetery.
Originally from Illinois, he
spent ,16 years as the'director
of the water system for the
town of Jupiter. He organized
the growth of the water sys-
tem from 3,000 hookups to a
regional operation with a de-
imand of more than 12 million
gallons per day.
He retired to Wakulla County,
in 1990 and enjoyed wood-
working, gardening, reading
and spending time with his
He is survived by his wife,
.Marie; a son, Jeffery and wife
Trina; three grandchildren,
Geoffrey, Jacob and Kaylee;
three brothers, Joe.,oyle and
Bill; a sister Peggy Thompson;
and three sisters-in-law, Betty
Tengsted and Richard, Patsy
Eller and Phillip, and Nancy
Kerr and Robert.
Harvey-Young Funeral Home
handled the arrangements.

Church of Wakulla County
Hwy. 98, Across from WHS
Web site:
Worship 9:00 a.m,
Pre-School M-F '(3-5 Years)
Church 926-7808 Pre-School 926-5557

Richard M. Smith
Retired Lt. Col. Richard M.
Smith, 83, of Tallahassee, died
Tuesday, July 25.
The service with military
honors was held Saturday, July
29 at Culley's MeadowWood
Funeral Home, Timberlane
Road Chapel with burial at
Culley's MeadowWood Memo-
rial Park. Memorial contribu-
tions may be made to Meth-
odist Children's Home, 51 Main
St., Enterprise, FL 32325, or
Legal Services of North Florida
Inc., 2119 Delta Blvd., Tallahas-
see, FL 32303.
He was born in Arcadia and
was a member of Killearn
United Methodist Church. He
was an Air Force Veteran of
World War II, the Korean War
and the Vietnam War. After
military service, he practiced.
law and did pro bono work at
the senior citizens centers in
Wakulla and Leon counties.
Survivors include his wife of
56 years, Madeline G. Smith;,
five daughters, Katherine
Adams and husband Don of
Cairo, GA, Rebecca Lewis and
husband Paul of Sumter, SC,
Elizabeth Ann Zix and husband,
Jim of Monterrey, Mexico, Vir-
ginia Smith and husband Jack
Thornton of Crownsville, and
Mary Helen Smith of Roswell,
GA, a sister-in-law, Virginia
Mott Smith of Arcadia; -five
grandchildren, Paul and Scott
Lewis, Jason Payne and Hannah
and Bonnie Zix; a cousin,
Marjorie Embrey of Arcadia;
two nephews, Rupert Smith of
Palm Springs, CA and Harold
S..Smith of Bonita Springs; arid
numerous other cousins,
nieces and nephews.
Culley's MeadowWood Fu-
neral Home in Tallahassee was
in charge of the arrangements.

Ivan Assembly of God
202 Ivan Church Road
P3o=BU8Ooo Crawfordville
Daniel Cooksey
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Sunday School ................ 10 a.m.
Sunday Worship................ 1 a.m.
Evening Worship..............:. 6 p.m.
Wednesday Service.......7:30 p.m.
& Youth Service.......... 7 p.m.
Royal Rangers........ ...... 7:30 p.m.
Missioncttcs............ ..... 7:30 p.m.

Say You Saw It

In The News

United Mehodist Church
Sunday Contemporary Srvice 8:30 am.
Sunday School for all ages -10 a.m.
SundayWorship- 11 am.
Wednesday Seice 7 p.m.
1584 Old Woodvilk Rd.
Wakulla Station
Pastor Drew Standridge

(9cdfv*4 1 Sunday School
Presbyterian 9:30 a.m.
Worship 10:30 a.m.
3383 Coastal Hwy. Nursery Provided
Across from Medart Rec Park
www.wakullapres.org Where Heart and Head Find Faith in God

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123 Elena Drive
Tallahassee, FL 32305
Owned & Operated By Wesley Schweinsberg
Son of the Late Harold Schweinsberg
Office: (850) 421-7211 Mobile: (850) 694-9639
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Same Quality & Service

~Hwy 319.Medart,
Office 926-5265
S Early Worship 8:30a.m.
1 0 Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Ej1D Moming Worship 11:00 a.m.
Youth Zone Time 4:30 p.m.
h Evening Worship 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Services 7:00 p.m.
Our Mission is: Loving God and Loving Others
through Worship, Ministry and Service.
Operating like a family;strong in the Word of God, warm and
inviting. Powerful ministries for trengtening our families.
Reaching Children, Youth, Adults and Seniors for Jesus.
We will look forward to seeing you this Lord's Day.
www Ilkeellenbaptistchurch.org


S Crawfordville United Methodist Church
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship 8:30 a.m. & t 1 a.m.

UNITED Pastor Tony Rosenberger "Come Gro With "
METHODIST 926-7209'. e
CHURCH Oehlocknee & Arran Road


3086 Craw
(South oft
Church 01
(youth) www

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IApl silChuh Early Worship 8:30 a.m.
il, 2 Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
| Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship 6:00 p.m.
fordvilleHwy. WEDNESDAY
he Courthouse)
Office: 926-7896 Fellowship Meal 6:00 p.m.
(call for reservations)
rawfordville.org Prayer/ Bible Study 7:00 p.m.
or IMPACT (Youth) 7:00 p.m.
.crosstraining.org Children's Events 6:30 p.m.

Sopcloppy Southern Baptist Church
117 Curtis Mill Road. Sopchoppy

Sunday School 9:45 AM
MorninglW rship 11 AM

Evening Worshlp 6 PM

Camp Meeting Revival

The West Florida Congregational Holiness
Churches' Annual Camp Meeting

Aug. 7 -Aug. 11
7:30 p.m. Nightly

At the C.H. Church
"Odom Memorial Campground"
Located at 202 Pullback Rd., Sopchoppy, FL

Scheduled Speakers Are:


Aug. 7
Aug. 8
Aug. 9
Aug. 10
Aug. 11

Rev. Ronnie Metcalf
Rev. Edna Wilson
Rev. Eddie W. Sanders
Rev. Benjamin Coxwell
Rev. George H. Crum

Everyone is Welcome
For More Information Call (850) 962-9021

r" Methodist
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
JWorship 11 a.m.
Pastor Brett Templeton

SShady Sea Missionary 1
Baptist Church
Spring Creek
47 Shady Sea St.
Sunday School...9:45 a.m.
Church...................11 a.m.
Wednesday..............7 p.m.
Pastor: Billy Spence

Panacea Park

Baptist Church
24 Mission Road, Panacea
Sunday School 10 a.m.
Worship 11 a.m.
Wed. Prayer Meeting 7 p.m.
Pastor, Jerry Spears


Church Of Christ
Comer of Winthrop & Byrd St
Sunday Bible Study...............9:30 am.
Worship 10.30 an)..
Evening Worship 5 p.m.
Wednesday: Bible Study...;.........7 p.m.
Visitors Are Welcome!
Home Bible Courses available...
please call for details, 962-2213


Sunday Worship 9 a.m.
Adult Sunday School 10:30 a.m.
ustor treit empleton
(850) 962-2984

Pioneer Baptist
Church (Cse)
Sunday School 915 a.m.
Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m.
Wed. adult, children & youth 7p.m.
486 Beechwood Drive Crawfordville, FL
(North of the Lower Bridge Road and Spring
Creek Highway intersection)
Rev. Dennis Hall, Pastor

St. Elizabeth
Ann Seton

Catholic Ch
Mass 9 a.m. Sunday
Sunday School 10 a.m.
Father James MacGee, Pastor
3609 Coastal Hwy. (US 98)


Funeral Home, Inc.
551 West Carolina St.
Tallahassee, FL 32301

Dignified Service
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THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Aug. 3, 2006-Page ZA

Fundraiser Dinner Is .: .

Set To Benefit Habitat

S -.

Matt Gerrell And Cary Mohr

Cary Mohr Plans

To Wed Matt Gerrell

Jeff and Brooke Mohr of
Crawfordville announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Cary
Mohr of Crawfordville, to Matt
Gerrell, also of Crawfordville.

Happy First


j. .
I Chester F. Brown IV
Happy first birthday to
Chester Fenton Brown, IV, the
,son of Pastor Chester Fenton
:Brown, III, and Yolanda Staten
Brown of Tallahassee.
Maternal grandparents are
Robbie and 'Carolyn Staten of
Crawfordville. Paternal grandpar-.
ents are Ora Lee,Brown of
Quincy and the late Chester F.
Brown, Jr.
SMaternal great-grandparents
are Ruthie Mae Manning of
Crawfordville and the late Will-
iam Percell Manning. Paternal
great-grandparents are Chester F.
Brown, Sr, and Mary Brown of
Quincy; and Julius Campbell and
Berdell Campbell of Gretna.

The bride-elect is the gra
daughter of Bill and Leatha M
of Richmond, IN and the 1
Bruce and Betty Hettel of Mac
Her fiance is the son
Randall and Michelle Gerr
and the grandson of Hugh
Nell McCallister and Hugh
Betty Mullins, all of Crawfe
The bride-elect is a gradu
of Wakulla High School and
currently pursuing a degree
elementary education at Fla
College. She is employed a
settlement agent with No
State Title Services.
Her fiance is a graduate
Wakulla High School and
cently graduated Magna C
Laude from Florida State Uni
sity with degrees in account
and risk management. He we
as an auditor for the Tallahas
public accounting firm of T
"mas Howell Fergusoh.
The wedding ngill:ehli
the St; Marks Yacht Club on
urday, Aug. 12 at 7 p.m. with
reception to follow. All frie
and family are invited to atte

S "Jazz New Orleans Style" is
the theme for the sixth annual
Gourmet Dinner and Auction
fundraiser to benefit the Wakulla
County Habitat for Humanity.
The dinner and auction will be
held on Saturday evening, Aug.
19 at the Wakulla County Se-
nior Citizens Center, 33 Michael
Drive, Crawfordville.
The proceeds from the din-
ner allow the non-profit brga-
nization to build Habitat for
Humanity houses in Wakulla
"We are pleased .to an-
nounce that for the second
year in a row, the food prepa-
ration will be through the
generosity of Chez.-Pierre
Restaurant's owners and chefs,"
said Habitat member Helen
Livingston. Chez Pierre is well
known through the region for
its traditional French cuisine,
served with southern hospital-
This year's five course din-
ner will begin with smoked
salmon appetizers, followed by
a delicious gumbo of chicken
and andouille sausage. The
salad will consist of marinated
crawfish and mixed greens.
The entree for this year's
nd- Gourmet Dinner will be Shrimp
ohr Ducky-a specialty dish created
late by Copeland's Restaurant in
,on, New Qrleans. Shrimp ,Ducky
features sliced duck breast.
of with a mellow shrimp sauce
ell, flavored.with mustard, pep-
and pers, and cream. Okra, toma-
and toes and wild rice in addition
ord- to warm mini baguettes will
round out the main course. To
late' end the meal, dessert will be
d is

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traditional New Orleans bread
pudding with bourbon sauce
served separately.
After dinner, the lively and
entertaining annual fundraising
auction will be held. The auc-
tion will feature many it'erest-
ing items including artwork
from the area's talentedfartists,
gift certificates and gift baskets
from local restaurants and
businesses, and much riore.
Tickets are going fast To re-
serve your seat at this year's
Gourmet Dinner and Auction,
call Livington at 510-1021. Tick-
ets are $65 per person. The last
day to get a ticket' for the din-
ner is Friday, Aug. 18. t
"Remember without your
help, Habitat for Humanity of
Wakulla County cannot reach
its goal of eliminating poverty
housing within our county,"
concluded Livingston.

In Service
David A. Wesson
Air Force Airman'David .A.
Wesson arrived for duty at
Malmstrom Air Force Base, Great
Falls, MT.
Wesson. a security forces ap-
prentice, is assigned to the 741st.
Missile Security Forces Squad-
ron. He has one year of military
'service.. .
He is the son of David and
Vickie Wesson of Lawhon Mill
Road, Crawfordville,
The airman is a 2005 gradu-
ate of Wakulla High School.


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Richard Douglas And Agnes Harms Rogers

'Rogers Will Celebrate

Their 50th Anniversary

Richard Douglas and Agnes
Harms Rogers of Sopchoppy will
celebrate their 50th wedding an-
niversary on Saturday, Aug. 26
with a reception in the fellow-
ship hall at Sopchoppy Southern
Baptist Church from,2 p.m. to 4
The couple was married Aug.
31, 1956 in Thomasville, GA, and
they have dived in Wakulla
County on the Sopchoppy River
since 1967. They have one son,

Richard Fredrick Rogers and wife,
Myra, of Sopchoppy; and one
daughter, Denise Shepherd Taff,
also of Sopchoppy. They have
three grandchildren: Douglas H.
Rogers, Karen L. Rogers and
Ashley L. Shepherd.

Family and friends are invited
to the celebration. Love and
faithful friendship are treasured
gifts, the couple requests no


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Happy first birthday to Kolby
Dunn on July 28. He is the son
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By Ethel Skipper

A thought for the week: Joy
i is many things. Joy is prayer.
i Joy is strength. Joy is love. Joy
Sis a net of love by which you
can catch souls. God loves a
cheerful giver. One gives most
who gives with joy. The best
way to show our gratitude to
I God and people is to accept
: everything with joy.
'It is not easy to show joy
: when, things around you are
not pleasant.' A joyful heart is
the normal result of a heart
burning with love.
SNever let anything so fill
i you with sorrow as to make
you forget the. joy of Christ
risen. Read 2 Corinthians 9:8,
9:6-15. This is the day that the
Lord has made-rejoice and be
Our prayers and concern go
out to all the sick and shut-in,
those in the prisons, hospitals,
jails and nursing homes. Let us
pray for each other in our daily
p At Macedonia Church will
be a music program on Satur-
day, Aug. 5 at 7:30 p.m. Some
of the groups.appearing will be
the Music Makers and the Gos-
pel Travelers. Mother Corine
Gleen will be in charge. Every-
one is welcome.
On the first Sunday, Aug. 6,
Swill be a fellowship service for
the Buckhorn Community
SCemetery. All churches are to
participate. Everybody is wel-
come. Your support is needed.
Lily of the Valley Chapter
190 Order of Eastern Star will
meet on Thursday, Aug. 10 at
6 p.m. at the Buckhorn Lodge.
S At St. Nora P.B. Church on
the second Sunday. Aug. 12,'at
S3 p.m. will be a program. The
service is for Carrabelle Church
of Christ. We invite all our com-
munity and Christiin friends
i to .come and fellowvship with

i us.

Hi, neighbors, with all this
rain we have been getting
some of us haven't hadto wa-
ter our plants and flowers. Of
course there are those of us
who do not water them any-
way but I was thinking about
starting and then I got to think-
ing about root rot. Too much
water can cause root rot, so
they tell me. It is kinda hard
sometimes to get it just right.
I was wondering if maybe
people can get root rot. Some-
times that is what my foot and
knee feel like-pure 'T' root rot.
They just don't want to hold
the rest of me up. It really takes
a huge effort just to do simple
things sometimes. But I still
feel blessed most of the time
in that I can still do things-
just not the things I want to
do very much. That may be a
good thing in itself, too.
We need to pin angel wings
on Everett Roberts for show-,
ing the true meaning of being
a friend. In all of this.heat,
bugs and a busy life, Everett
went to the aid his friends. He
dug ditches, laid pipe, nailed
plywood, ran water lines and
all manner of things over at
Newport to help out Edwin
and Virginia Brown. Bless you,
Everett. See, looks will fool
I keep telling people we
have all kinds of angels run-
ning around town helping
people and you never know,
what angel is standing right
next to you. I have a big mouth
funny looking angel living
Across the street from me and
his wings show up just when
you need him.
I have learned over the
years that it is how you treat
people that affects :your life.
Whether you treat them good
or bad, do them right or wrong,.
it will comeback to you. This
affects voui personal life as

well as your business. This is
just my own opinion.
By the way, the cat popula-
tion has gone down just a tad
here in St. Marks but we still
have some that are running
wild and will tear up the insu-
lation under your house if you
can't plug the gaps. And if you
have never heard a cat fight
under your house, then you
ain't lived.
I was blessed with having
to crawl under my house the
other day and rescue Sadie,
Betty Ward's dog. She went af-
ter a.cat that got up in the in-
sulation and we could hear
them but couldn't see them.
Well, you do what you gotta
do. I was bug bit from'here to
plum nearly, I can tell you.,It
ain't fun but Sadie and the cat
are safe.
Well, would you look at
who is having a birthday! It's
our Ethel's husband, John
Jefferson, on Aug. 9. I think he
said he was 39 this year? Yeah,
right. And Lynn Sellars birth-
day is on Aug. 10. She never
ages either.
But we have no anniversa-
ries this week,' people. Guess
it is too hot to get married in
On our prayer list please
remember Thelma Murphy,
Newell Ladd, Kathleen Causey,
Jim Ward, Edwin Brown,
Darrell Hershey, Nettie, Junior
and Gordon Strickland, Terry
and her family at Shell Island,
Jerelene Howard, Benita
Triplett and family, my brother
John and my nephew JJ; and
all of those.not named here.
Pray for our families, our town.
our country and pray for peace.
If you have news, get it to
me at 925-0234 or put a note
'in our drop box at Bo Lynn's
Thought for this week: If I
wouldn't sign my name to it.
then I shouldn't be saying it.

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A back to school drive to col-
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tions throughout the county.
S,The drive, which is being
called "Our Kids Count," will col-
lect items to be distributed by
each school's guidance depart-
:"Our goal is to come up with
enough supplies that our teach-
ers do not need to pay for sup-
plies out of their own pockets for
their classrooms and for the kids
they teach," said organizer Alicia
Wellman of the Coastal Optimist
Club. The Optimist Club is spon-
soring the drive along with
SComcast and The Wakulla News.

SSome of the supplies needed
for students are backpacks cray-
ons, paper, pens and pencils
folders, calculators, erasers, col-
ored pencils.highlighters, mark-
ers and glue.
Hand sanitizer and tissues are
some of the items to be collected
for classroom teachers.
Drop box locations include all
.locations of Wakulla Bank Och-
lockonee Bay Realty, McKinney
Properties, Shell Point Realty, the
SWakulla County Sheriff's Office,,
and Comcast's Tallahassee office
on Hartsfield Road',
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Joan And Marty Niland

Nilands Will Celebrate

Their 50th Anniversary

Marty and Joan Niland will
celebrate their 50th wedding
anniversary on Friday, Aug. 4.
They were married in Blessed
Sacrament Catholic Church in
Jackson Heights, NY.
To celebrate this special
event their children, Jean and'
Joe Candela, Noreen Britt,
Marty Niland, Susan and Jim

Mulvehill and Tish and
Bonnah Commander gave their
-parents a six day cruise to Ja-
maica and Grand Cayman Is-
land. They were joined on this
cruise by their children, grand-
children, many nieces, neph-
ews and friends. The Nilands
moved! to Crawfordville from
Plantation, FL in. 1997.

Atkins Have A Daughter

Michael and Mardy Atkins of
Crawfordville annourice the
birth of their daughter, Makinna
Lee Atkins, on Wednesday, July
5 at Tallahassee Memorial Hos-,
pital. She weighed 7 pounds, 5
ounces and measured 19.5
inches in length.
Maternal 'grandparents are
Alvin and Anita Marks of Craw-:
fordville. Paternal grandparents
ale Tony and Sallie Atkins of
Maternal great-grandparents
are Olivia McAlpin of Craw-

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ployees will host the Community
to Community Walk-A-Thon/
Marathon on Aug. 19 with a 25-
mile trip from the ERA office in
Tallahassee to the ERA office on
Crawfordville Highway.
The event will benefit the
Muscular Dystrophy Association.
Registration will begin at 7:30
a.m. at the Tallahassee office,
2707 Killearny Way. At 8 a.m:,
participants will walk, run or ride
to the office at 1517 Crawford-
ville Hwy, with five pit stops
along the route.
The event will conclude with
a party at the Crawfordville of-
fice from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m, There
will be food, drinks and live mu-
sic to celebrate. Several MDA
families will be present to con-
gratulate participants.
Each walker is trying to raise
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Benedetto of ERA, with a total
goal of $30,000. "Anybody who
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IMcAlpin. and Jean Marks Harrell
of Crawfordville and the late
Alvin C. Marks. Paternal great-
grandparents are Prince Albert
Sanders of Sopchoppy and the
late Julia Lee Sanders.
She joins siblings Lani Atkins,
13, and Aidar Atkins, 5.

President, CHAT of Wakulla, Inc.
(C www.chatofwakulla.org
Like every summer we are
at full capacity at the Wakulla
Animal Shelter. Irresponsible
pet ownership is the biggest
I never quite understood
the reason why some people
have dogs and cats at all. If you
cannot or will not take care of
what you own, why have it? To
me, owning an animal means
a lifelong commitment. This
includes good food, water,
good housing, love and atten-
tion. There is the yearly check-
,up at the vet, vaccinations, flea
control, heartworm control and
so on.
Why some people have this
strange compulsion of wanting
a litter out of the dog or cat
they own is a mystery to me.
Breeding should be left to re-
sponsible breeders, who re-
search their particular breed of
dog for things such as tempera-
ment, disease and standard of
the breed. People are always
surprised when they hear that

Seminar Set On
Women's Health
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The seminar will be con-
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owner who wanted to punish
his dog. The dog had jumped
the fence into a neighbor's
yard and for punishment the
owner decided to put the dog
into a kennel and set it on fire.
The animal was so severely
injured that the humane soci-
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ture down.
\Now what kind of punish-
ment does a person like that
deserve? Maybe one should do
the same thing to the owner?
As the supposedly superior
species, we should take care of
the animals that cannot fend
for themselves. To turn in a
dog that was owned for seven
years to an animal shelter be-
cause you are moving to a new
house with a new carpet is
about the sorriest excuse I ever
Please spay/neuter your
animals. Millions of animals
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People are always saying
when they return from a trip
that it sure is nice to be home.
We returned from two weeks rom The Dock
in Alaska last week and it was B
nice to be home but I sure By CAPT.JDY CAMPBELL
could have stayed about a *
month longer, and Ketchican. The ship was was aerywhere, just like when
We flew to Anchorage, like a Ritz Carlton on the wa- I left. I had planned on netting
rented a Jeep and drove to ter and the views we saw were some pilchards but the only
Gokona, AK where we fished breathtaking. We stopped at baits I saw were small pil-
for two days in the Klutina and Glacier Bay along the way to chards and glass minnows.
Gulkana rivers. Fishing wasn't tour the glaciers and we saw a Instead I used the Gulp un-
great because it was the end few whales. I guess the aver- der a Cajun Thunder and it
of the king run but the Klutina age temperatures were in the worked just as well. I caught
is a Class 4 white water river middle 60s while we were in and released seven legal trout
and the scenery was absolutely Alaska and while driving and got a strike on almost ev-
beautiful. across the Denali Hwy. we saw ery cast. There were plenty of
From there we drove to 47 degrees. catfish mixed with the trout
Paxon and went across the. This was my third trip to and, unfortunately, they like
Denali Highway, which is 134 Alaska and hopefully not my' the Gulp also. I was fishing in
miles of gravel road to last. Gail is ready to move up two to three feet of water, in
Cantwell. Then we went to there for the spring and sum- the heat of the day and fish-
Denali Park. On the trip mer and that's the only place I ing was as good as it could be
through the park we saw a would like to live besides Shell in the spring.
wolf and two pups, five grown Point. If you haven't been and My neighbors, Wade and
grizzlies and three cubs, moose, ever get the opportunity, don't Celline Melton, went out Sun-
Dall sheep, mountain goats pass it up. If you like the out- day and Wade told me they
and caribou. Every time you doors, nice people, good food, ended the day with 14 trout
turned around there was some- good fishing and beautiful and two Spanish. Three trout
thing to take a picture of. scenery, you'll love Alaska. were' over 19 inches and one
From Denali Park we drove Now that. I've bored you was 23. They used grubs and
back down to Anchorage and with my trip, let's talk about the yellow with a red tail
turned in the rental car, got on fishing. I haven't fished in worked best.
a bus to Whittier and then on about three weeks and I went Mark and Louise'Prance had
the Island Princess for an In- for about two hours on Sun- their son, his wife and grand-
side Passage Cruise to Vancouver, day. It was the heat of the day, son down and they caught lots
stopping in Skagway, Juneau last of the falling tide and, bait of Spanish, trout and flounder
using live: shrimp. Mike
Pearson and his son, Keaton,
caught lots of trout over the
J ,., weekend and plenty of jacks,
S*'*.- ladyfish and blues. They also
S. caught a four foot spinner
shark and a five foot bull shark,
which they caught in the ca-
f v- 1 nals at Shell Point.
Scott at Jerry's Bait and
Tackle said there is bait all over
S_ the bay and the fish are there,
too. The heat is keeping lots
By GEORGE WEYMOUTH of people at home but the fish
i Because it's hard to harvest timber in swamps, the major- are sure there. Otto Hough and
ity of Franklin County's inland (when owned by large timber Jerry Everton fished east of
companies back in the middle of the last century) was drained Gray Mare Rock and caught
by ditching. Plantations, as they are called, of slash pines were eight reds and kept two. They
then planted just about everywhere a swamp didn't exist, were casting gold spoons into
SBlack and yellow titi, other native bushes and/or low trees the schools of bait.
that in eons past had mostly been restricted to the edges of Mario Scoma fished from
swamps, began to spread out, not so much because the land shore at the lighthouse with
had been drained but because after draining wildfires were live shrimp and caught a 23
:tightly controlled to allow the pines to grow, .inc trott while .ary. Droze
The trouble was the titi ( a loose term for bushes and inva- s t-em baa)fs. o
sive trees) was choking out more pines in some areas than 'ig into Stoney iBaou and
the fires might potentially kill. And, if the fires are suppressed '"aught' a 26 inch'red using a
long enough in any area, the accumulated fuel, when a fire live bull minnow. Mark Cann
did reach the area, would burn so hot massive tracts of pines and Tyier Pierce fished live
would die. shrimp in West Goose Creek
When prescribed fires are set in the winter months decidu- and caught 12 nice reds and
, ous trees are dormant and usually recover. To end up with kept two.
the classic pine/wiregrass forests that used to cover vast re- Jim Sicklerand Leon Teacher
Sgions of the Southeast, prescribed fires (it's been found) con- took his son; Michael, to the.
trol the undergrowth best when lit in the. early summer St. Marks Reef with live shrimp
Months. :and they caught 30 ladyfish.
This keeps the undergrowth from accumulating to the point two mackerel and two trout.
that when it does catch on fire, it sends intense heat, even Scott says he's got plenty of
flames into the canopy of a forest which can kill the domi- shrip and' they sure are.
i nant trees. Wiregrass is nature's perfect fuel for forest fires in pretty
Sthe Southeast, In the past, fire would normally sweep through Jupaise at Circle J's also has
vast regions in the early summer when lightning storms started shrimp and says it sure makes
up. .it nice. Trey Johnson fished
The Department of the Interior has really set an example. under the Ochlockonee River
The St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge and the Apalachicola Bridge with crabs and caught
National Forest both have very, healthy acreages of pine/ a 54 foundd black drum and
wiregrass forests. You can see quite a distance through these had two more break his line.
forests because the understory has. been controlled through Patty and Tim Brown fished
fires. arounri Piney island with
In Tate's Hell in Franklin County, this is not the case. In a D.O.A.: and live pinfish and
few tracts, yes, you can see into the woods, but many areas limited out on trout and. reds
still remain choked with titi, When the state took over a few and also caught two Spanish;
years ago and created Tate's Hell State Forest, their goal was Mille Hopkins said the
to suppress and preferably remove as much titi as possible. people fishing are having a lot
This, as I've mentioned in past articles, was done by "walk- of luck but there aren't many
ing" the tallest titi down with bulldozers or using choppers of those people. The heat, price
(big water filled drums with blades on the outside) that are of gas and school starting may
pulled along by huge modified skidders or dozerss." When be keeping folks at home.
the conditions are just right-a few months or years later- Trout fishing really turned onr
they'll burn, then.perhaps chop again and burn more. last week and Dog Island Reef
Eventually, the state will end up with an open area that and Turkey Point Shoals are
pines are growing in that were either planted or volunteered red hot. Reds continue to hang
naturally. The ground, though, for decades (way before my around the docks and, with
lifetime) has been rough-very hard to walk over, because for pilchards hard to find, folks are
years debris has remained unburned, turning to live shrimp. which
Right after they've chopped an area some arm-sized.trunks. Mike also has.
spring back up at about a 30 percent angle to the ground, all -
Sleaning in the direction the chopper was pulled over them-
like a field of spikes or spears planted by an army facing the ,
i These snags must be dodged while walking across a re-
cently chopped area. In some areas, the bushes are really laid i'
down and stepping over the flattened scrub is hard for the
clump is too wide. All you can 'do is step up on' the mashed
down piles. The big machines used to pull the huge choppers '
often leave deep ruts, some directly under the mashed down < MARK OLIVER
: titi. < (850) 421-3012
I remember stepping up on a pile of bushes only to fall .(
through into a tire rut. So there I was in the heat of the day, 4 24-Hour Service
| sweating like a pig up to my "you know whats" in a brush S..
pile with new titi growth in my face and deer flies and mos-

quitoes harassing me.
I was trying to relocate (find again) clusters of trees the o
endangered red-cockaded woodpeckers were nesting in and I
had to cross this terrain. Looking for nesting woodpeckers A
sounds like a nifty job, but in all honesty, at times the terrain IRO O RO
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end of the day I was often very tired. Because of cottonmouth
moccasins, I wore chaps, then was issued snakeproof, knee
high boots. The uneven ground, vines and brush really put
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There are so many Spanish
on the east end of Dog Island
that you don't want to hold a
silver spoon in your hand for
very long without tying them
on for fear of a Spanish jump-
ing in the boat. Dog Island reef
is also holding Spanish.
Todd Andrews and party
trolled in 55 feet of water last
week and limited out on grou-
per'and then went back and
bottom fished in 95 feet and
got their limit. Capt. Billy
Giddens fished in 45 feet of
water with LYs and they came
in with 18 grouper. Mile said
folks aren't running neai as far
with the price of gas so they're
,fishing in closer and finding
Capt. Jerry Alexander went
out last weekend with a party
from Hawkinsville, GA and
they caught about 50 big Span-
ish. Jerry said they had three
fish on at the same time on
several occasions and all' of the
fish they caught were big. They
were fishing Spanish Sardines
under a Cajun Thunder with a
four foot wire leader. Jerry has
caught a lot of Spanish out
there but says.this was one of
the best days ever for big fish.
They put 20 in the cooler and
threw the rest back to catch
another day.
The only report of scallops
comes from St. Joe Bay and
there are a lot of people over
there getting them: You can put
in at the state park or Presnells
Fish Camp.
The fishing is good but it's
also very hot. When the wind
stops blowing it is almost un-
bearable. If you get too hot,
pull up.to a sand bar and get
off in the water to cool off. Just
make sure you put out a dive
flag if you get in the water.
Take plenty of water and keep
those kids covered in sun-
Don't forget the float plan
and be careful out there. Good
luck and good fishing

Plant Rescue

, Workday Set

,or Forest

Volunteers are needed for a
plant rescue workday to assist
the U.S. Forest Service in mov-
ing wiregrass from an area of the
Apalachicola National Forest
along U.S. Highway 319 to an-
other area near Lake Munson:
The goal of the work, which
is set to take place on.Saturday.
Aug. 5, is to restore the Lake
Munson area back to a wiregrass
system, according to the Forest
Volunteers will meet at 8 a.m.
at the intersection of Highway
319 and LL Wallace Road (Forest
Road 322). Sturdy shoes, pants,
water and sunscreen are recom-
mended. Participants may also
want to bring their own shovel
and a five-gallon bucket as there
will be a limited number avail-
The workday is scheduled to
finish around 12:30 p.m. I
To help, contact Beth Mizell'
at emizell@tnc.org or 643-2282,
ext. 1524. Or contact Jody Buff-
man at jbuffman@fs.fed.us.
For more information, contact
the Apalachicola National Forest
at 926-3561.

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In order to determine where
manatees are gathering in Wakulla
area waters, boaters are encouraged
to read the Manatee Watch weekly
and take care in areas where mana-
tees are sighted.
Monday, July 24
10 a.m. -Three adults and a baby at Wakulla Springs.
From 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Six adults and a baby at Mysterious Wa-
ters, Wakulla River.
Tuesday, July 25
2:30 p.m. Two adults and a baby at Mysterious Waters, Wakulla River.
Thursday, July 27
10 a.m. One adult and a calf heading south at lower bridge, Wakulla
1230 p.m. One adult and a baby three-quarters,of a mile south of upper
S bridge, Wakulla River.
Saturday, July 29
Noon Mother and baby at the powerlines, Wakulla River.
Monday, July.31
8:20 a.m. Mother and baby heading north at lower bridge, Wakulla River.
1 0:20 a.m. Two adults and a baby heading south at lower bridge, Wakulla
To report the harassment, injury or death of a manatee, call the 24-hour
manatee hotline at (888) 404-3922 or *FWCC For more information con-
cerning manatees, call HuManatee at 925-6412.


(850) 926-1011 Fax 4851 Coastal Hwy. 98, Crawfordville

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Septic Tnks Installed
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Weekend Emergency Service -
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Feed Room Open Monday Friday 6 a.m. 4 p.m.
Store Hours 6 a.m. 8 p.m. 7 Days



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the corner, and we've got you covered.

On Thursday, August 24, The Wakulla News
will publish a special section
to salute the 2006 War Eagles.
Inside that section, you will find:

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St. Marks River Entrance

Date High Low High Low High
Thu 1.9 ft. 3.3 ft. 0.9ft. 2.6ft.
Aug 3, 06 1:48 AM 7:47 AM 4:17 PM 11:09 PI
Fri 2.2 ft. 3.3 ft. 0.5.ft.
Aug 4, 06 2:56 AM 8:52 AM 5:39 PM
Sat 2.8 ft. 2.4 ft. 3.4 ft. 0.1 ft.
Aug 5, 06 12:38 AM 4:26 AM 10:25 AM 6:44 PM
Sun 3.1 ft. 2.4 ft. 3.6 ft. -0.2 ft.
Aug 6, 06 1:37 AM 5:51 AM 11:49 AM 7:36 PM
Mon 3.3 ft. 2.2 ft. 3.9 ft. -0.5 ft.
Aug 7, 06 2:21 AM 6:55 AM 12:52 PM 8:21 PM
Tue 3.4 ft. 2.0 ft. 4.2 ft. -0.6 ft.
Aug 8, 06 2:58 AM 7:48 AM 1:47 PM 9:02 PM
Wed 3.5 ft. 1.6 ft 4.4 ft. -0.6 ft.
Aug 9, 06 3:31 AM 8:35 AM 2:37 PM 9:40 PM

Alligator Point, Ochlockonee Bay

Date High Low High Low High
Thu 1.4 ft. 2.5ft. 0.6 ft. 2.0 ft.
Aug 3, 06 1:59 AM 7:39 AM .4:28. PM 11:01 Ph
Fri 1.6 ft. 2.4 ft. 0.4 ft.
Aug 4, 06 3:07 AM 8:44 AM 5:50 PM
Sat 2.1 ft. 1.8 ft. 2.5 ft. 0.1 ft.
Aug 5, 06 12:30 AM 4:37 AM 10:17 AM 6:'55 PM
Sun 2.3 ft. 1.7 ft. 2.7 ft. -0.2 ft.
Aug 6, 06 1:29 AM 6:02 AM 11:41 AM 7:47 PM
Mon 2.5 ft. 1.6 ft. 2.9'ft. -0.4 ft.
Aug 7, 06 2:13 AM 7:06 AM 12:44,PM 8:32 PM
Tue 2.6 ft. 1.4 ft. 3.2 ft. -0.5 ft.
Aug 8, 06 2:50 AM 7:59 AM 1:39 PM 9:13 PM
Wed 2.6 ft. 1.2 ft. 3.3 ft. -0.4 ft.
Aug 9, 06 3:23 AM 8:46 AM 2:29 PM 9:51 PM

Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Major 6:50 am 7:35 am 8:30 am 9:25 am
Activity 7:15 pm 8:05 pm 8:55 pm 9:55 pm

Minor 12:50 am 1:30 am 2:20 am 3:10 am
Activity 1:00 pm 1:50 pm 2:45 pm' 3:35 pm

st Weekly Almanac

Aug. 3 Aug. 9


City of St. Marks
Date High Low High Low High
Thu 1.8 ft. 3.0 ft. 0.8 ft. 2.4 ft.
Aug 3, 06 2:52 AM 8:23 AM 5:21 PM 11:45 PM
Fri 2.0 ft. 3.0 ft. 0.5 ft.,
Aug 4, 06' 4:00 AM 9:28 AM 6:43 PM
Sat 2.6 ft. 2.2 ft. 3.1 ft. 0.1 ft..
Aug 5, 06 1:14 AM 5:30 AM 11:01 AM 7:48 PM
Sun 2.9 ft. 2.2 ft. 3.4 ft. -0.2ft.
Aug 6, 06 2:13 AM 6:55 AM 12:25 PM 8:40 PM
Mon 3.0 ft.; 2.0 ft. 3:7 ft. -0.5ft'
Aug 7, 06 2:57 AM 7:59 AM 1:28 PM 9:25 PM
Tue 3.2 ft. 1.8 ft. 3.9 ft. -0.6 ft.
Aug 8, 06 3:34 AM 8:52 AM 2:23 PM 10:06 PM
Wed 3.3 ft. 1.5 ft. 4.1 ft. -0.5 ft.
Aug 9, 06 4:07 AM 9:39 AM 3:13 PM 10:44 PM

St. Teresa, Turkey Pt.

Date High Low High Low High
Thu 1.9 ft. 2.6 ft. 0.8 ft. 2.0 ft,
Aug 3, 06 1:27 AM 7:31 AM 3:56 PM 10:53 PM
Fri 2.2 ft. 2.5 ft. 015 ft.
Aug 4, 06. 2:35 AM 8:36 AM 5:18 PM
Sat 2.2 ft. 2.4 ft. 2.6 ft. 0.1 ft.
Aug 5, 06 12:22 AM 4:05 AM 10:09 AM, 6:23 PM
Sun 2.4, ft. 2.3 ft. 2.8 ft.' -0.2 ft.
Aug 6, 06 1:21 AM 5:30 AM 11:33 AM 7:15 PM
Mon 2.5 ft. 2.2 ft. 3.1 ft. -0.5 ft.
Aug 7, d6 2:05 AM 6:34 AM 12:36 PM 8:00 PM
Tue 1 2.7 ft. 1.9 ft. 3.3 ft. -0.6 ft..
Au_8,_06 2:42 AM 7:27 AM 1:31 PM 8:41 PM'_
Wed 1 2.8 ft. 1.6ft. 3.4 ft. -0.6 ft.
Aug 9, 06 3:15 AM 8:14 AM 2:21 PM '9:19 PM


10:20 am
10:55 pm

4:10 am
4:3Q pm

Tuesday Wednesday
11:20 am
11:50pm 12:15pm

5:05 am 6:00 am
5:30 pm 6:25 pm

Moon rise
Moon set

For tides at the following points
add to Dog Island Listings: Carrabelle
Cat Point
Lower Anchorage
West Pass

High Tide
28 Min.
1 Hr., 53 Min.
1 Hr., 13 Min.
1 Hr.; 36 Min.
1 Hr., 26 Min.

Shell Point, Spring Creek
. Date High Low High Low High
SThu 2.1 ft. 3.3 ft. 0.9 ft. 2.7 ft.
Aug 3, 06 1:45 AM 7:44 AM 4:14 PM 11:06PM
' Fri 2.4 ft. 3.3 ft. 0.6 ft.
e Aug 4, 06 2:53 AM 8:49 AM 5:36 PM
: Sat 2.9 ft. 2.6 ft. 3.4 ft. 0.2 ft.
SAug 5, 06 12:35 AM 4:23 AM 10:22 AM 6:41 PM
, Sun 3.1 ft. 2.6 ft. 3.7 ft. -0.2 ft.
Aug 6, 06 1:34 AM 5:48 AM 11:46 AM 7:33 PM
Mon. 3.3 ft. 2.4 ft. 4.0 ft. -0.6 ft.
Aug 7, 06 2:18 AM 6:52 AM 12:49 PM 8:18 PM
Tue 3.5 ft. 2.1 ft. 4.3 ft. -0.7 ft.
Aug 8, 06 2:55 AM 7:45 AM 1:44.PM 8:59 PM
Wed 3.6 ft. 1.8 ft. 4:5 ft.. -0.6 ft.
Aug 9, 06 3:28 AM 8:32 AM 2:34 PM 9:37 PM

Dog Island West End

Date High Low High Low
Thu 3.2 ft. 0.3 ft.
Aug 3,_06 7:34 AM 4:14 PM
Fri 3.2 ft. 0.1 ft.
'Ag 4, 06 8:15 AM 5:20 PM
Sat 3.3 ft:. -0.2ft.
.Au 5, 06 9:10 AM 6:17 PM
Sun 3.4 ft. -0.3 ft.
Aug 6, 06 10:18 AM 7:07 PM
Mon 2.9 ft. 2.3 ft. 3.5 ft. -0.4 ft.
Aug 7, 06 4:15 AM 5:54 AM 11:31 AM 7:52 PM
Tue' 2.9 ft. 2.2 ft 3.6 ft. -0.4 ft.
."Aug 8, 06 4:30 AM 6:48 AM 112:39 PM 8:34 PM
Wed 2.8 ft. 2.0 ft.. -3.6.ft.- -0.3ft.
Aug 9 06 -'4 i AM 735 AM 1 43 PM 9 12 PM

Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday
6:57 am 6:57 am 6:58 am 6:59 am 6:59 am 7:00 am
8:29 pm 8:28 pm 8:27 pm 8:26 pm 8:25 pm 8:24 pm

3:28 pm
1:03 am

4:31 pm '5:34 pm
1:44 am 2:32 am
62% 69%9

6:34 pm
3:30 am

7:28 pm
4:36 am

8:15 pm
5:47 am
. 91%

Low Tide
25 Min.
2 Hrs., 38 Min.
2 Hrs., 31 Min.
2 Hrs., 3 Min.
2 Hrs., 39 Min.

Aug. 2

Aug. 9

Aug. 16

Aug. 23

7:00 am
8:24 pm

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We repaired the Shell Point
Tripod light a couple of weeks
ago. You can imagine how we
felt when it had stopped work-
ing shortly thereafter. On Fri-
day, July 28, John Edrington,
Bob Morgan and Jim.McGill
Sent out to the entrance to the
Shell Point channel to check it
As we approached the tri-
pod, we noticed that the red
lens was completely missing.
After climbing the tripod, Bob
determined that the light had
been destroyed. After several
days of exposure to rain and
the regards of the Shell Point
Air Patrol (pelicans), the inside
of the light was a mess. The
solar panel was cracked.
S Bob's opinion was that the
light had been destroyed by
hail or lightning. John is con-
vinced that some idiot shot at
it. I hope that Bob is right, but
I fear that the evidence may
support the theory that some-
one shot at it. Either way, we
must replace the light at a cost
to taxpayers in the thousands
of dollars.
In the event that someone
actually was stupid enough to
shoot at it, but literate enough
to read this, I would like to
point out a disturbing scenario.
The solar panel faces south,
directly away from the Shell
Point community. This means
that a shooter would be firing
a weapon directly at a popu-
lated area. The solar cell was
hit and that the light lens was

Boating Emergencies

Coast Guard Station
Panama City 1 (850) 234-4228
Coast Guard Station
Yankeei'i n .... .....:.......... 1(352) 447-6900
Coast Guard ,-\u\Iliry
St. Marks (Flotilla 12) 1 (850) 906-0540
or 893-5137
Shell Point (Flotilla 13) 1 (850) 926-2606
or 926-5654

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Brainard Inspects Shell Point Tripod

also destroyed. Unless there
was some unlikely ricochet
angle, this, means that there
were at least two hits. How
many misses may have gone
toward- Shell Point?
Many call Wakulla County
the "Sportman's Paradise." We

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Damaged Solar Panel

live in an area that' attracts a
lot of competent arid knowl-
edgeable sportsmen. I hope
that if this was a shooting in-
cident, the persons) involved
will seek advice from some of
our more responsible sports-
men and think about the dan-
ger of shooting over water.
Never shoot at a flat, hard sur-
face or at the surface of water;
Ammunition can ricochet off
of water just like a skipped
Anyone coming into Shell
Point at night will have to have
"local knowledge" to locate the
channel. We will try to get the
Coast Guard to give us the
parts needed to fix the light,
but it may take some time.
As most of Shell Point boat-
ers know, we still have several
missing navigation markers
more than a year after they
were destroyed by Dennis. For
those who have not been in
the area recently, please note
that marker 10 on the corner
of the Shell Point channel, by

the beach, is missing. A fender
that has orange paint on it is
tethered in the marker 10 po-
There are three missing
poles around the "doughnut."
one at ,the southwest corner
and two of them at the north-
west corner. The tq o'n' the
Snorthwest carrier are b-nhtiber
in the water and can lte seen
at low tide. Two markers at the
west end of the Shell Point
oyster bar are missing, so stay
close to the remaining two

There were nro patrols in
Apalachee Bay on Saturday.
The weather was hot and hu-
mid. There were only a few
boaters out. Several of the
auxiliarists who live"at Shell
Point volunteered to -cook the
pig for the fundraiser that was
held Saturday night. bn Sun-
day, July 29, Flotilla b (Shell
Point) had a safety patrol out.
Michael Longanecker was cox-
swain, Jim McGill anid Bob
Morgan were crew, arid Aidan
Brainard was crewv~trainee
aboard Auxiliary Vessel 13-
5715. '
We noticed that tlere were
only a few fishermen out and
that the ones we s'w were
traveling to deeper'water. I
guess the scallops are not here
yet and that the hot, humid
weather was keeping some
others away.
The patrol came in a little
early due to severe thunder-
storms in the area. A/V 13-5715
is.Michael's Maxi's Taxi, so we
really had to rough it. After
arriving back at the dock, it
took several minutes before
his cabin air conditioning
cooled down. We spent the
rest of the afternoon on
standby, in'the' cabin while it
rained outside, listening to
Jimmy Buffet and swapping
TRUE stories.
Tom and Marge Jones were
on Shell Point Radio. It was a
quiet day on the radio, but
they enjoyed watching the
lady who spentthe afternoon
on Shell Point Beach, swim-
ming with her dog and iguana.
Later in the afternoon, a
mother and daughter came by
inquiring about sailing classes.

Carolyn Treadon sends us
this from Flotilla 12.
Well, it has been a slow
week for Flotilla 12, St. Marks.
This is our calm before the
storm The next month will
bring with it a whirlwind of
On Saturday, Aug. 5, we will
hold our monthly meeting at
the volunteer fire station be-

ginning at 6:30 p.m. The fol-
lowing weeks will include a
training day for the auxiliarists
to ensure we keep our skills
sharp, a basic navigation class

on Aug, 26 and, of course,
scheduled patrols.



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P&Z Approves Nine Requests

The Wakulla County Planing
and Zoning Commission (P and
Z) recommended approvals for
nine items recently including
four rezoning requests, a con-
ditional use, a Comprehensive
Plan Small Scale Amendment,
a final plat application and
two site plans.
A site plan has been sub-
mitted for Wakulla Centre, LLC
and agent DEC Engineering,
Inc. for a renovation and expan-
sion of the vacant Geo Golf
building north of Crawford-
ville. The 1.59 acre site will
have space for retail operations
and offices as the applicant
expands the building.
A site plan approval was
recommended for Special Touch
Construction and agent DEC
Engineering on .516 of an acre
south of Triangle Pawn in
A shed and house on the
property will be removed to put
in two buildings which will
house three and six units re-
spectively in a strip mall set-
ting. The property is located on

the northwest corner ot the
intersection of Miinosa Street
and Cottonwood Avenue.
The site plans and all of the
rest of the requests except the
conditional use will be heard
by the Wakulla County Com-
mission on Monday, Aug. 7.
A rezoning and condi-
tional use request-were recom-
mended for approval for Stefan
and Kristen Pedler at 1886
Bloxham Cutoff Road. The ap-
plicants are seeking a boarding
and breeding kennel on the
The zoning change would
be from RR-1 residential to Ag-
riculture and kennels are a con-
ditional use under the Agricul-
ture zoning. The property is
6.14 acres.
SA comp plan amendment
and rezoning request wererec-
ommended for approval for
Robert and Debra Poor on the
west side of U.S. Highway 319
north of Curtis Mill Road in
The applicants are planning
to change the land use from
Rural 1 to Rural 2 and the zon-

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The Wakulla County Board of County Commissioners proposes to adopt the
following by ordinance and has scheduled Public Hearings regarding the fol-
lowing before the Wakulla County Planning Commission on Monday,
Aug. 14, 2006, beginning at 7:00 PM, and before the Wakulla County
Board of County Commissioners on Sept. 04, 2006, beginning at 6:00
PM, unless otherwise noted below or as time permits. All public hearings
are held in the County Commission Chambers located west of the County
Courthouse at 29 Arran Road, Crawfordville, Florida 32327. Interested parties
are invited to attend and present testimony.


ing from RR-1 residential to C-
2 commercial to allow a mini
storage facility which will also
be designed to store boats and
SA zoning change was rec-
ommended for approval for
Lawrence Hartung and Millard
Noblin. The change is from R1-
A residential to C-2 commercial
on 1.45 acres on the northwest
corner pf Azalea Drive and
Myrtle Avenue near the old
Lindy's chicken restaurant in
Crawfordville. The applicants
are pla ing to put in a new
office b ilding.
SA zning change approval
was recommended for the
Panacea Area Water System
(PAWS) from RMH residential
and C-2 commercial to C-4 com-
mercial at 8 Wakulla Circle in
Ochlockonee Bay. PAWS is,
planning to build a new office
building for its operation.
A final plat application
was recommended for approval
for David and Margaret Tuplin
and Jason and Sharri Roberts
on 10.04 acres at 615 and 625,
Oakwood Trail in Crawford-
ville. The applicants are at-
tempting to adjust lot lines on
the property. The property
owners have five acre' lots.

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"V20" zone on Panel 0390-D
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201 Beaty Taff Drive
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may be viewed at the County Planning Department located at 3093 Crawford-
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THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Aug. 3,. 2006-Page 11A

Jobless Rate Still

One Of The Lowest

Wakulla County's unemploy-
ment rate went up in June, but
the county continued to have
one of the lowest unemploy-
ment rates in the state, accord-
ing to the state Department of
Labor and Employment Secu-
The unemployment rate was
up to 2.6 percent in June from
2.3 percent in May a spike
representing the loss. of about
45 jobs among the localilabor
Walton County had the low-
est unemployment in the state
in June, with a rate of 2.1 per-
cent,, which was up from 1.8
percent in May, according to
the state.
Wakulla joined Lee, Mana-
tee and Sumter counties with
the second lowest rate at 2.6
The unemployment in
Florida was 3.0 percent in June,
down from 3.2 percent in May.
As in past months, Florida
has continued to lead other
states in the number of new
jobs created, the fastest rate of'
job growth, and'the lowest un-
employment rate among the 10
most populous states, accord-
ing. to Warren May, communi-
cations director for the Agency
for Worlforce Innovation.
Mlay noted that Florida's job
growth was robust, with
.270,900 jobs added over the
year representing a 3.5 percent
increase, or twice the national
rate of growth.
SIn Wakulla County, the local
labor force decreased in June
by ,two people to 13,900, The
number of employed slipped to
13,354 and the jobless in-
creased to 366 people.
In May, the Wakulla labor
force consisted of 13,902 people

of which 13,581 were employed
and 321 were unemployed.
In neighboring Leon County,
the unemployment rate was up
to 3.0 percent in June from 2.7
percent in May, according to
the state.
Franklin County's jobless
rate was up to 3.3 percent in
June from 2.7 percent in May.

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Page 12A-THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Aug. 3, 2006

Political Candidates' Contributions And Expenditures

Wakulla County candidates
for office all met the required
deadline to file campaign
treasurer's reports last week.
School board candidate Ray
Gray did not fill out a trea-
surer's report because he did
not open his campaign account
until after the June 30 rdport-
ing deadline.
The.second quarterly report
covered campaign activity from
April 1 to June 30 and was due
'Monday, July 10.
SProperty Appraiser Anne
:W. Ahrendt reported $4,625 in
,contributions during the quar-
ter and $5,684.92 in expendi-
tures. Her total for the cam-
paign is $9,950 in contributions
and $7,627.60 in expenditures.
Ahrendt received eight $500
contributions. All of the large
contributors are from out of
state except one and all came
rom out of the county. She had
six contributions from Ohio.
Five contributors were from
:Wakulla County. The largest
jocal contributor was Sheree
Keeler of Crawfordville with
Her largest expenditure was
$2,113.25 for campaign signs
from Auto Trim Design & Signs.
She also spent $1,000 at Akins
Campaign Strategy for stickers
and a web site.
Her opponent, Donnie
Sparkman, has raised $1,900
and spent $400 during the re-
porting period. His total con-
tributions to date are $3,875
while he has spent $544.
All of his contributions are
from Crawfordville except one.
His largest contributors are
Delous Sparkman and Gary
Sanford at $500 each. Spark-
man spent $400 at the Wakulla
Area Times for an advertise-
In the county commission
race for District 2, George N.,
Green 'collected $3,223.63 in
cash and checks and $150 in in-
kind services. His total for the
campaign is,$7,616.63. He spent
$2,398.28 during the quarter
and has spent a total of $3,002.77
Green reported 66 contribu-
tions. The largest were. MCN
Holding Group of Grawfordville .
at,$200 and $150 from Ruth
Francis'of Crawfordville. He
had several $100 contributors.
Green reported 16 expenditures.
with the largest being $1,201.31
from Sign Printers of Tallahas-.

see for campaign signs. He also
spent $300 for an advertise-
ment in the Wakulla Area
Larry Taylor has raised
$1,825 which is also his total
for the year. His expenditures
are $763.53 which represent the
entire campaign as well. Tay-
lor contributed $1,000 to his
campaign and Glenda Mowdy
of Orlando was second largest
at $500. His largest expense
was $365 from Wadayaneed in
Warnerville, NY for election
hand fans.
Henry Vause has raised
$3,150 for the quarter and the
same amount for the year. His
expenditures are $712.46 which
is the same amount for the
entire'year. Vause loaned him-
self $2,000 and his second larg-
est contributor was Ben Boyn-
ton of Tallahassee and Steve
Brown of Ochlockonee Bay at
$500 each.
County commission can-
didate Sally Gandy of District
4 has raised $5,210 in cash and
checks and $433 in in-kind ser-
vices for the quarter and $6,410
overall. She has spent $4,185.97
during the quarter and $4,244.88
Gandy's largest contributors
are Joe C..Barry, Jr. at $500, N.G.
Wade Investment Company at
$500, Waco Properties at $500,
Amy Sherman at $500, Rhonda
Harvey at $400 and Shaw Secu-
rities at $300. Her largest ex-
penses came from O'Kelly-
Sammons at $2,065 and $1,671
for billboards, banners, cards
and other politically related
Howard Kessler reported
collecting $825 in cash and
checks and $25.76 in in-kind
services during the quarter and
$7;825 overall. He has spent
$1,072.96 in the quarter and
$4,077.98 overall. He had eight
contributors give $100 each in-
cluding Kim O'Connor, Larry
Roberts, Annie Faye Shepard,
Shilun Cheng; Michele's Store,
Shih Cheng, Arlan Bowen and
Ouida Black. His largest expen-
diture's include $472.71 for
signs and 'decals from Sign
Printers and $250 for advertis-
'ing'On Wakulla.com.' ',
Delacy Peavy reported
$2,500 in contributions for the
quarter and $4,500 overall. He
spent $2,523.98 during the
quarter and has spent $2,604.91
overall. His contributions in-

cluded $2,000 from himself and
$500 from Branch Mahaffey of
Carrabelle. His largest expendi-
tures include $1,112.80 for signs
from Larry's Signs and $467.13
for containers, tote ropes and
pens from Atlas Pen and Pen-
cil Corpi
Inthe school board race
in District 1, Ray Gray will be
required to file during the next
reporting period since he,did
not have his campaign account
open on June 30.
Raj Smith raised $202.41
in in-kind services this quarter
and $5 0 overall. He spent
$327.07- during the quarter
which is the same amount for
the year. His contributions
were from Terry Smith and his
largest expenditures included
$120 to the Wakulla Area Times
for an advertisement and $88
for hand-held fans through
Becky Cook in the school
board District 3 race has raised
$50 this quarter and $150 over-
all. She has spent $16.10 in the
quarter and overall. Anna Belle
Crutchfi'eld ,is,her lone con-
tributor. Her only expense was
the validation of signatures for
her petitions to run for office.
Debbie Miles has raised
$1,100 in the quarter and over-
all. She has spent $586.05 in the
quarter and overall. She has
raised $1,000 herself and $100
was contributed from Donna
Sanford. Her two largest ex-


penses were $364 from Qual-
ity Plus Communications for
sign materials and $117.70 from
Printing on Demand.for cam-
paign literature.
In the District 5 school
board race, Jerry Evans has
raised $1,282.10 during the
quarter and overall. He has
spent $585.90 during the quar-
ter and overall. His largest con-
tributors are Steve Brown and
Oleta Lawhon at $500 each. His

largest expenses include $227
from Auto Trim Design for fans
and car magnets and $1,600 to
the same company for fans and
magnets. He has also spent
$182 at Wal-Mart for July 4 cam-
paign booth supplies.
SBroward Sapp has raised
$300 during the quarter and
overall. He has spent $257.20
during the quarter and overall.
Sapp was his only contributor.
He has spent $200 for an ad-

vertisement in the Wakulla
Area Times and $40 'to the City
of Sopchoppy for a campaign
booth on July 4.
The next contribution and
expenditure reporting period
deadline will be Friday, Aug. 4
at 5 p.m. It will cover activity
from July 1 to July 28. Follow-
ing that deadline, a deadline
has been set on Friday, Aug. 18
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A dozen young people, most
of them in their 20s and from
Tallahassee, were in Wakulla
County misdemeanor court this
week on charges of having beer
at Cherokee Sink.
The sinkhole, long a popular
swimming place for college stu-
dents, is now part of Wakulla
Springs State Park. Having alco-
hol at a state park is a violation
of park rules and a second degree
misdemeanor, punishable by a
maximum of 60 days in jail and
a $500 fine,
In court on Tuesday, Aug. 1,
CouAty Judge Jill Walker laughed
at the routine of it, as almost half
the cases on her arraignment
docket Were on the charge.
All the defendants accepted
the plea offer from the state to
pay $190 in court costs.
In one case, a brother of legal
age to buy alcohol was at the
sinkhole with his underage
brother and.a sister when they
were charged by state Park Police.

The mother sat in court with her
In almost every case, Judge
Walker asked the defendants if
they saw the signs that said al-
cohol was prohibited. Some said
they saw them; one woman said
she "glanced" at the signs.
Another woman told the
court that she had her beer in a
foam cup.
"Oh, that doesn't hide any-
thing," Walker said with a laugh.
The state did drop two cases
against people who had been
charged with having dogs in the
swim area. Under park rules,
dogs are forbidden from being in
or around swim areas although
the law does specifically allow
horses in those areas. One per-
son told the court that he was
given a ticket after he allowed his
dog off the trail so the dog could
go "sunning" on some rocks.
Another person was charged
with destruction of plant life for
not parking in the designated
area. That case was also dropped

Driver Crashes Into Jail

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In another court matter/
fisherman Damon Nichols
pleaded no contest last week to
misdemeanor charges of violat-
ing the net ban and connecting
Nichols appeared before
Judge Walker on Tuesday, July 25
and was adjudicated guilty and
ordered to pay $472 in court
costs and fines. The sentence
was a negotiated plea by his at-
torney, James Cummins of
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Fire Rescue Report I

This past week, your volun-
teer fire rescue departments
responded to one vehicle fire,
one fire alarm, three miscella-
neous fires, five vehicle acci-
dents, 19 first responder emer-
-gency medical incidents and
provided fire service protection
*at two helicopter landing
Volunteer fire departments
are heavily dependent on state
Sand federal grants in order to
purchase needed fire rescue
equipment. In that regard, we
Share pleased to report that the
St. Marks National Wildlife Ser-
vice, through its parent organi-
zation-the U.S. Fish and Wild-
life Service, recently approved
grants for several of the
county's volunteer fire rescue
Grants to purchase equip-
ment were approved for the
Crawfordville department in
the amount of $9,268, the
Medart department for $6,718,
the 'Wakulla Station depart-
ment for $3,718, and the
Ochlockonee Bay department
for $2,868. The National Wild-
life Service will pay 90 percent
of the total grant amount with
Sthe county paying the remain-
ing 10 percent.
The fire departments will
use these funds to purchase a,
variety of needed equipment
such as two-way radios for their
firefighters and equipment the
Departments have needed and
,have been unable to purchase
Sdue to a lack of funds. We are
Most grateful to the St. Marks
National Wildlife Service for
assisting the county's local vol-
unteer fire departments and
particularly to Jennifer Hinckley
with that agency whose assis-
tance'has been invaluable and
,is greatly appreciated.
Candle Safety
Remember that a candle is
an open flame. It can easily ig-
2 nite any nearby combustible.
Facts and figures:
During 2002, an estimated
18,000 home fires started by
candles were reported to the
public fire departments. These
fires resulted in an estimated
130 civilian deaths, 1,350 civil-
ian injuries and an estimated
property loss of $333 million.
Homes include one and two-
*family dwellings, apartments
and manufactured housing.
The estimated number of
home candle fires was un-
changed from 2001 to 2002. For
Sthe first time since 1991, the
number of home candle fires
has stabilized rather than in-
Candle fires accounted for
San estimated five percent of all
reported home fires.
Two-fifths (40 percent) of
the home candle fires started
in the bedroom, resulting in 30
percent of the associated civil-
ian deaths.
*Reported home candle
fires have more than tripled
since the low of 5,500 in 1990.
*December had almost

twice the number of home
candle fires of an average
Falling asleep was a factor
in 12 percent of home candle
fire deaths.
Source: National estimates
based on National Fire Incident
Reporting System (NFIRS) and
National Fire Prevention Asso-
ciation (NFPA).
Safety tips:
*Extinguish all candles
when leaving the room or go-
ing to sleep.
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Sheriff's Report

A Sopchoppy man was taken
into custody last week for a psy-
chiatric evaluation after allegedly
going around town with an as-
sault rifle.
Michael Lott, 32, was taken
into custody on Friday, July 28
after a call that he was seen walk-
ing around a convenience store
with an AK-47. There were later
complaints that a black BMW
convertible like Lott owns was
driving recklessly around the
Deputy Donald Newsome
wrote in his report that he knew
where Lott's girlfriend lived and
went there to find Lott standing
in the driveway with his hands
on his hips. As Deputy Newsome
got out of his car, Lott reportedly
approached "in an aggressive
manner" and yelled, "Get out of
my yard. You're trespassing."
Newsome reported that he
knew Lott sometimes carried a
handgun, and because of the call
about the assault rifle, he or-
dered Lott to the ground at gun-
point. Lott allegedly refused and
continued walking towards the
deputy. After a few seconds, Lott
stopped and complied and was
.Lott's girlfriend told New-
some that Lott had said an es-
caped prisoner was coming to his
house to kill him. She added that
Lott has been making irrational
statements lately and she sus-
pected he was on some type of
During an interview, Lott ad-
mitted to having an assault rifle
in his car, saying it was put there
a day earlier when he went to the
courthouse for a child support
hearing. Asked why, according to
the report he said' "In case things
did not go my way,"
Newsome seized from the
house an AK-47 that had a full
magazine and a round in the
Lott was transported to Talla-
hassee Memorial Hospital for an
In other activity reported by
the Wakulla County Sheriff's
Office this week:
SA white Ford pickup driving
erratically on Shadeville Road,
was stopped on Monday. July 31.
and the driver was arrested on
felony charges of possession .of
"cocairin with intent to sell.
SArrested was Connie Savage.
48, on the cocaine charge, and
her son,, Robert Savage, 32, was
charged with a misdemeanor of
possession of drug parapherna-
lia fora marijuana pipe found on
According to the arrest report.
SDeputy Lorne Whaley stopped
Connie Savage's truck after see-
Sihg the vehicle crosg the white
line several times.
During a search of Connie
Savage's purse, deputies alleg-
edly fouinda bag of cocaine, a bag
with cocaine residue and eight
pills. There was also more than
$3,000 in cash. The money was
seized along with the drugs, and
Connie Savage was arrested on
the cocaine charge as well as pos-
session of a schedule II narcotic
with intent to sell, and a misde-
meanor drug paraphernalia
Melinda Trice, 19, and Jason
Rigdon, 25, were arrested on
felony charges of possession of
:cocaine and a misdemeanor
charge of drug paraphernalia.
Trice was the driver of a car
stopped on .Monday, July 31, at 1
a.m., for allegedly Speeding on
Woodville Highway. She said she,
Rigdon anid another passenger in
the car were coming from the
County Line Bar,,
Deputy Jason Newlin re-
ported that during a pat down for
officer safety, Rigdon allegedly
was found to have a marijuana
pipe in his pants.
Trice then allegedly admitted
to having marijuana in her purse.
A search allegedly turned up
marijuana in a clear bag and a
plastic straw with residue that
tested positive' for cocaine.
The officers' canine, "Gunny,"
* sniffed the vehicle and report-
edly alerted for, drugs. A search
allegedly turned up a plastic bag
of cocaine inside a Marlboro ciga-
rette box.

George Johnston reported
the theft of a $3,200 generator
from Bridlewood Apartments
construction site on Tuesday, July

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intendent, reported that the gen-
erator was found missing when
a rental company came to re-
trieve the equipment.
A burglary was reported at
Wakulla Collision Center and
two money bags taken. One re-
portedly contained five vehicle
titles and the other had $3,000
in cash.

The burglary was reported on
Thursday, July 27. The front door
glass had been broken.
Two mailboxes on Whiddon
Lake Road were bombed and a
homemade explosive device was
found in a mailbox on Happy
Time Drive on Tuesday, July 25.
Juveniles are suspected, ac-
cording to the report. The inves-
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Legal Notice

JULY 17,2006
Superintendent Miller, Chairman Thomas
'and the School Board recognized the follow-
jng employees: Bettye Hadley as Teacher of
,the Month, Shelli Payne as Employee of the
i>Year, Karrie Musgrove as Teacher of the Year,
1-Jackie High as School Level Administrator of
I'the Year, Beth Mims as District Level Admin-
1istrator of the Year and Alice Stokley as Out-
standing Administrator of the Year. Each em-
j,ployee was thanked for their outstanding work
pand contributions to the school system. Ray
*'Cromer and Al Hammock of the Envision
ICredit Union presented monetary gifts. All
were applauded.
Thomas called the meeting to order, the
i Pledge of Allegiance was recited.and a prayer
I was given by Evans. All Board Members and
I Superintendent Miller were present.
Moved by Cook, seconded by Evans to
approve the agenda as amended. The
SWakulla Adult Education Student Handbook
and Bus Garage Work and Safety Handbook
were pulled from the agenda and tabled until
i the July 31st meeting.
Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans, Gray,
Scott and Thomas.
SMoved by Scott, seconded by Gray to
S approve the following Consent Items:
S1. Approved Minutes of the,Meeting held
ion June 19, 2006.
2. Approved the following Employment of
P New Hires:
Name: Crum, Kimberly, Program/Center:
SES, Position: Paraprofessional, Term of Ser-
'vice: 2006-2007; Crum, Lou Ann, District, Sec-
retary, 06/29/06-06/30/07; Fake, John, Facili-
ties & Maintenance, Trades Specialist, 2006-
2007; Goodwin, Krystle, WHS, Teacher, 2006-
.2007; Gunnarsson, Margo, District, Technol-
ogy Specialist, 2006-2007; Harris, Janie,
SMES, Paraprofessional, 2006-2007; Johnson,
'Adrian, SES, Paraprofessional, 2006-2007;
Kane. John, RMS, Teacher, 2006-2007;
'Mingledorff, Barbara, CES, Teacher, 2006-
2007; Mullinax, Angela, CES, Teacher, 2006-
2007; Musheno, Kathleen, WHS, Teacher,
2006-2007; Myhre, Robert,. WMS.& RMS,
Guidance Counselor, 2006-2007; Pep, Susan,
CES, Speech Language Pathologist, 2006-
.2007; Peacock, Nancy, MES, Paraprofes-
sional, 2006-2007; Phillips, Nancy, WHS,
Teacher, 2006-2007; Simmons, Sean, SES,
Paraprofessional, 2006-2007.
Re-Employment of Instructional Personnel:
Name: Miller, Lauren, Program/Center:
SWMS, Position: Teacher, Term of Service:
2006-2007, Status: 'Annual; Miller, Derek,
WMS, Teacher, 2006-2007, Professional;
SPearce, Rebecca, Pre-K Program, CES,
200,6-2007, Professional.
Name: Alien, Wallace, Position from:
Teacher, Position to: Teacher, Program from:
MES,' Program to: SES, Term of Service:
2006-2007; Ostojich, Maureen, Food Service
SWorker, Para-Pro, Food Service, WHS, 2006-
2007; Pearce, Rebecca, Teacher, Teacher,
Pre-K Program, CES, 2006-2007.
Summer Employment 2005-2006
Name: Carlan, Rebecca, Program/Cen-
ter:'WHS, Position: Teacher/Band Camp, Term
of Service: 05/30/06-06/13/06; Dutton, Kim-
berly, CES, Assistant-Principal, 06/26/06-06/
30/06; Fredrick, Linda, District ESE, Inter-
preter, 05/30/06-06/29/06; Godbolt, Nicholas,
Facilities and Maintenance, Custodian, 07/10/
- 06-07/31/06, Howard, Moses, Transportation,
* Part-time Other, 07/05/06-08/04/06; Whisham,
Sharon, Transportation, Part-time, Other, 07/
s', ^, r :. I a,'-, ilr,ao e31e i- 3 ,: trAL -.,.
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4. Approved a Letter of Resignation of
Tammy Harvey/effective May 19, 2006.
5. Approved the following Letters of Re-
Kermit L. Kidder, Sr./effective November
1,2006 and enter DROP.
Bettye Ross/effective July 1, 2006 and
enter DROP.
Nena Anderson/effective August 31, 2006.
6. Approved the Disposal of Equipment.
' (See Supplemental File #16)
7. Approved Warrants #54287-54751 for
SVoting for thie motion: Cook, Evans, Gray,
SScott and Thomas.
Moved by Scott, seconded by Cook to
approve the 2006-2007 Tentative Budget for
SVoting for the motion: Cook, Evans, Gray,
Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Gray, seconded by Evans to
approve the 2006-2007 Proposed Millage
Levy for advertising.
Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans, Gray,
Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Cook, seconded by Gray to set
the first public hearing on the budget for July
31,2006 at6:00 p.m. in the district office board
room, 69 Arran Road, Crawfordville, Florida.
Voting for the motion: Cook,. Evans, Gray,
Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Scott, seconded by Gray to
approve the following 2006-2007 Handbooks:.
WHS Student HB, RMS Student HB,
RMS Faculty HB, RMS Band HB, RMS
Cheerleading Policies and Procedures, WMS
SStudentHB, CES Faculty/Staff HB, CES Par-
ent/Student HB, MES Parent/Student HB,
MES Faculty/Staff HB, SES Employee HB,
SES Parent/Student HB, SEC Student HB,
School Bus Driver's Critical Incident Proce-
dures HB, Maintenance/Operations HB, Per-
sonnel HB and School Food Service Proce-
dures Manual.
Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans, Gray,
Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Cook, seconded by Evans, to
approve the following Transportation Items:
* The 2006-2007 School Bus Routes, Award
bid #06/07-01 Petroleum Products to Eli Rob-
erts and Sons, Inc., and approve Physicians/
Medical Centers to perform bus driver physi-
cals for the 2006-20p7 year. (See Supplemen-
tal File #16)
Voting forthe motion: Cook, Evans, Gray,
Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Gray, seconded by Scott to
approve the Title I, Title II and Title V Grants.
Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans, Gray,
Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Cook, seconded by Evans to
approve the ESE Federal Entitlement and
Discretionary Supplemental Projects (IDEA
Part B Discretionary and IDEA Part B Pre-
Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans, Gray,
Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Gray, seconded by Cook to
approve the New Vision Deliverance Ministry
to use two buses and drivers on August 12,
Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans, Gray,
Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Cook, seconded by Evans to
approve the following items from the Human
Resources Department: Approved the new
and revised job descriptions, approved the
New Educator Orientation and Induction Pro-
gram and approve the User Agreement with
FDLE for Accessing the Florida Crime Infor-
mation Center (FCIC).
Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans, Gray,
Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Scott, seconded by Gray to
approve the Early Learning Provider Network
Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans, Gray,
Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Scott, seconded by: Gray to
approve thle Sopchoppy rehabilitation-Phase
II and III bid #04/05-07 project as complete
and approve final payment and also to award
lbid #05/06-12 Wakulla Educational Center
renovation of buildings 4, 5 and 10'to The
Ingram Group, LLC and execute the contract.
Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans, Gray,
Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Cook, seconded by Scott to
approve the following Food Service Depart-
ment Items: Award bid #06/07-02 Dairy Prod-
ucts to Dairy Fresh Corporation, Award bid
#06/07-03 Bread Products to Flowers Bak-
ing Company, no bids were received on 06/
07-04 Swill, Award bid #06/07-05 Food and
Non-Food Products (See Supplemental File
#16) and Award bid #06/07-06 Specialty Ice
Cream to Dairy Fresh Corporation.
Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans, Gray,
Scott and Thomas.

Moved by Gray, seconded by Evans to
approve the following items from the Office
of Beth Mims/Curriculum Department: Ap-
prove the District Strategic Plan Annual Up-
date and Revision, Approve the Curriculum
Revision for Middle School Science, Approve

the Curriculum Revision for 9th Grade Writ-
ing Course and Approve the Comprehensive
K-12 District Reading Plan.
Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans, Gray,
Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Cook, seconded by Gray to
approve the following items from the Office
of Jimmie Duggar/Assistant Superintendent
for Administration: Approved the Resolution
and Contract for District Participation in the
Panhandle Area Educational Consortium
Gateway Educational Computing Consultant's
Projects, Approved the renewal of contract
with the Wakulla County Senior Citizen's
Council, Inc., to provide a Before and After
School Program for ElementaryAge Students,
Approved the Wakulla Adult Education Foun-
dation to continue as a Direct Support Orga-
nization with the Sopchoppy Opry and the
Wakulla Community Theatre as affiliates, Ap-
proved the Resolutign to continue the Wakulla
County School Board's Participation in the
'Panhandle Area Educational Consortium,
Approved a resolution to continue menber-
ship in the Small School District Council Con-
sortium and to continue as the Small School
District Council Consortium fiscal agent, Ap-
proved the 2006-2007 Gateway Student Sys-
tem Consortium Participation Agreement, Ap-
proved a contract with Robert P. Jones and
Associates to provide consult services for the
Small School District Council Consortium,
Approved for advertising a request for Pro-
posal, A Business-Community (ABC) School
' Program for Wakulla County, Approved the
2006-2007 Health.Plan Rates and the Wakulla
County School Board contribution levels and
Approved the Agreement to continue partici-
pation in the Panhandle Area Educational
Consortium Risk Management Consortium.
.Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans, Gray,
Scott and Thomas.
Moved by Cook, seconded by Evans to
Voting for the motion: Cook, Evans, Gray,
Scott and Thomas.
An executive session on issues to the ten-
tative agreement with WCTA on their contract,
instructional salaries and performance and
differentiated pay was held immediately after
the school board meeting. Superintendent
Miller, the School Board Members and Assis-
tant Superintendent Jimmie Duggar were in

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Benji Casj
5710 Pen.^cola Ave.
Orange Beach, AL 36561
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has
been filed against you and that you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on Pamela, Dee Parker,
whose address is 159 Trice-Lane, Crawford-
ville, FL 32327 on or before Sept. 4, 2006 and
file the original with the clerk of this Court at
3056 Crawfordville Hwy., Crawfordville, FL
32327, before service on Petitioner or imme-
diately thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default
may be entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the petition.
Copies of all court documents in this case,
including orders, are available at the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office. You may review
these documents upon request.
Dated: July 21, 2006
-s- Chris Gibson
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CASE NO. 06-39-FC
1400 Turbine Drive
Rapid City, SD 57703

suant to Plaintiff's Final Judgment Of Fore-
closure and Re-Establishment of Note entered
in the above-captioned action, I will sell the
property situated in Wakulla County, Florida,
described as follows, to wit:
Lot 17,.Block B, Otter Lake Road.
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County, Florida.
TOGETHER WITH that certain 1998
48x24 Heritage Point mobile home;
VIN #FLFLW79AB13490HE21.
at public sale, to the highest and best bidder,
for cash at the Wakulla County Courthouse,
Crawfordville, Florida, at 11:00 A.M., on the
31st day of August, 2006.
Clerk of the Circuit Court

-s- Chris Gibson
Deputy Clerk
SAugust 3, 10,2006

Legal Notice

S File Number: 06-105-PR
Probate Division



The administration of the estate of Dellie
P. Barwick,.deceased, File Number 06-105-
PR, is pending in the Circuit Courtfor Wakulla
County, Florida, Probate Division, the address
ofwhich is 3056 Crawfordville Highway, Craw-
fordville, Florida 32327. The name and ad-
dress of the personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney are set forth
All creditors of the decedent and, other
persons having claims or demands against the
decedent's estate on whom a copy of this
notice is served within three months after the
date of the first publication of this notice must
file claims with this Court WITHIN THE LATER
All other creditors of the decedent and
persons having claims or demands against the
decedent's estate must file their claims with
The date of the first publication of this
Notice is August 3, 2006.
Attorney for Personal Representative:
Deirdre A. Farrington
Attorney for Personal Representative
Florida Bar No. 488690
2887 Crawfordville Highway Suite 4
Crawfordville, Florida 32327-2173
Telephone: 850/926-2700
Personal Representative:
Tammie Louise Barwick
Post Office Box 492
Panacea, Florida 32346
August 3, 10, 2006

Legal Notice

Case No.: 06-220-CA
Pamela Dee Parker, et al.
Benji Casey

Commercial, residential and mobile
homes. Repair, sales, service,
installation. All makes and models. Lic.
#RA0062516. 926-3546. F
Free Estimates
Licensed John Farrell,
926-5179 F
Free Estimates Affordable Prices
421 -746-1 or Cell 508-5378 ~ F
962-6174 BF
Residential/Commercial, New Con-
struction. Remodeling. Soft Wash/
Pressure Wash. Licensed and
Insured. Free Estimates. Worker's
Comp. Certified. (850) 519-0416.BF



1616 Crawfordville Hwy.
North Pointe Center

We stock water pumps, electric
motors and parts. Complete
installation and repair services. 962-
3051. F
Interior, exterior repairs-bottom/top.
Homes, mobile homes, boats, car-
ports, porches. Roofing, installation
on floors, carpet, ceramic tile and
linoleum, wallpaper, blinds, leaks,
windows. Clean outside-roof, kool
seal, painting, vinyl siding and
pressure washing. (850) 524-5462.'
Interior and Exterior Renmideling
Barns. Decks', F'rgola
30 years experience;
Lic. #3538
(850) 926-2027 or cell 570-0480 BF

Full service Lawn & Yard
Maintenance, Pressure Washing,
Stump Grinding, Residential/
Commercial, Free Estimates. 694-
3352. Owner/Operator, Robert
Roddenberry. PT8/31


Antiques and Uniques
"Something for Everyone"

61 Rose Street, Sopchoppy
Open Wed. Fri. 1 -6 p.m
Saturday 10 a.m. 6 p.m.

For' Sale

BED-Brand New Queen Orthopedic
Pillow-Top Mattress Set. In plastic,
warranty, can deliver. $250. 850-425-
8374. BF
BEDROOM SET- 6 PC.- Headboard,
frame, dresser, mirror, chest,
nightstand. NEW in boxes, must sell
$550.,850-222-9879. BF
MICROFIBER, Stain Resistant,
Lifetime Warranty, Still in Crate, Can
Deliver. Sug. List $1250, Sell $475.
850-545-7112. BF
MATTRESS- King 'Sie Onhopedic 3
pc. Set.New, unopened w/.warranty.
Sacrifice $295 850-222-2113 BF
Abundance of bedding sleeper sofas,
computers, interior'exterior doors,
windows/screens. tibergla-s sriower
urnit and iighf fixtures Open.Tuesday
-rru Salurday 9 a rr to 5 p.m., 940
Shade.'ille Hwy iHwy 61), 926-4544.
Adult and Childrens,.Good, Shape,
Reasonable Prices. Good Selection.
984-2763 P13,20,27
926-7561. :BF

For Sale,

We Need More Room!
1940's Dressing table w/ Large Round
Mirror-$500, Antique Oak Office Chair-
$100, Colonial Maple Ladies Rocker
with Ottoman-$100, 3 Car Canopy
with Tarp-Cover-$75; Bottled Water
Cooler-$25. Call Me! 926-8483. .P3
Baby Birds, handfed cockatiels,
lovebirds, parrots and more. 926-
9217. PT8/31
Cream Eight's and Zippers
We Pick
You Pick
We Shell.
Payne Farm
926-7383 B27,3

Beauty Shop Equipment For Sale.
984-0444. P27,3
4360 Crawfordville Hwy. Wood table
& chairs, T.V., white leather couch and
loveseat, double dresser wI hutch,
stereo cabinet, several filing cabinets
& office desks. Chest of drawers. 926-
2900. B3
BOAT SLIP-Ochlockonee Bay, deep
water canal, price & terms negotiable,
call 297-2282 P3,10

Coastal Consignment


Looking for Furniture!
New Gently Used

Find It ~ Sell It

2481 Crawfordville Hwy.


Help Wanted

Stanley Home Products/Fdller.Brush
has openings in this area. Call 1-800-
650-61.99. P3

Keep Wakulla County Beautiful

Michelle Snow's
Piano.Voice-Guiar*Strings, etc.
926-7627 F
Specializing in repair and service,
residential and commercial, homes
and.mobile homes. 24-hour service.
Mark Oliver, ER0015233. 421-3012.
Post Construction Cleaning, 31 years
years locally owned business. Office
S402-0713, Cell 528-6298. P6,13,20,27

Free Estimate. No jobtoo big. 20
years experience. 926-6347.
Professional Work-Affordable
Rates-Tree Removal & Trimming
Firewood & Stump Grinding
.Fully Insured, 421-8104 F
Maintenance & Service
Gary Limbaugh, 926-5592
*:FL Lic. #CAC1814304
3)232 Crawfordville Hwy. BF
Production Painter
New Construction, Repaint, Faux
Painting, Concrete Acid Staining.
Licensed & Insured, Workman's
Comp. 210-4317 P6,13,20,27

Thrift Store and Antiques
Open Thursday, Friday, and
Saturday, 10 a.m.- 4 p.m.
3 miles north of Crawfordville
Corner of Hwy. 319/Whiddon Lake
Rd. 926-2580 B/1
Shadeville Teachers Assistant
providing before and after school
care. I will drive your children to
school with me. 933-5199. P3,10
Sue's Small Steps
Fulltime openings & before & after
school openings in my registered &
insured home child day care. Ages 1
year & up. Located near Wal-mart.
Over 25 years of loving child care
experience. Call Sue at 926-9225.P3
New In-home day care. State
Certified. September 4th opening.
Please call,now for reservations.
$100 non-refundable deposit starting
at $400/mo. Crawfordville area.
Please call 519-6883. Heather. P3
CALL JERRY. 962-3150. Leave
message. P3

Pressure Washing
Billy Roddenberry
962-4271 .
New Construction-Repairs, F
modeling-Additions. Quality work
affordable prices. Insured a
Licensed. Free estimate. 926-83!

15 yrs. exp. 6 wks. to 5 yrs. exp., call
Sandy 926-6347. 813.20,27,3
Home Child Care
Preschool Ages 2 to Kindergarten.
Before and after school for
Crawfordville Elementary. Christian
Home-Experienced Mother. 926-
9849. P20,27,3
Big or Small Free Estimates
30 years experience
Richard Miller, 926-2900 or
933-1118. BF

Spyware Removal
Local with references
Louie P20


Experienced Dog Groormer, your
house or mine, anytime, only need
water and power hook-up.
Reasonable rates, 294-2043, leave
message. P27,3,10,17
Fencing. 519-1416. BF

Say You Saw It In The News
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Deadline 35 Cents

-"onday Per Word

926-7102 Minimum

Classified Advertising In The News Doesn't Cost, It Pays and Pays and Pays

Help Wanted Miscellaneous | Real Estate-Sale *

Need immediately-professional
house painters, individual hourly
painter or subcontractors. Call Billy
Roddenberry 962-4271 or 228-5552.
Experienced Short Order Cook and
Prep needed as soon as possible.
Apply in person, Riverside Cafe in St.
Marks or Riverside by the Bay in Shell
Point. 925-5668 or 926-4499. BF
County School Board is accepting
applications for instructional and non-
instructional positions for the 2006-07
school year. Interested individuals
please call the job line at 926-0098 to
hear a recorded message regarding
all vacancies OR visit the WCSB web
site: www.firn.edulschools/wakulla/
wakulla to view all vacancies and
download an application. BF
Hookwrecked Henry's-needs ex-
perienced daytime dishwasher and
fulltime experienced oyster shucker,
flexible hours. Must be dependable.
Contact Mary at 984-5544. BF
Drivers: Call! Start! Earn! Drivers
FREE Health Ins.! Great Benefits &
Pay! CDL-A, 1'yr. Tractor Trl. Exp.
Req. 800-256-6691.. P27,3
Busy Pediatric Office seeking fulltime
Data Entry Clerk with Strong Work
Ethics: Must be a mature, well
organized, self starter with attention
to detail who can multi-task. Computer
experience a must. Medical
terminology a plus but not required.
Non-smoker. Fax resume to: Office
Manager, 850-926-6538. BT8/24
Experienced residential/commercial
painter (3 years experience) needed
as soon as possible. No
subcontractors please. Call Bruce at
Taylor Made Painting, LLC at 850-
926-1513 or 510-0203. P27. 3
Houseman position open at Wakulla
Springs State Park 224-5950. Submit
a completed St. of FL. Employment
application to Marlene. B3
Construction site cleanup laborer
wanted for Wakulla Co. Contractor.
Must have own transportation. Apply
Sin person at 1709 A Crawfordville Hwy.
'Needed 'experienced service
manager. Fax resume to Shields
Marina: Sr Marks FL 850-925-6.28,
,No calls.br walk-ins, please.
CDL Drivers Needed
Drivers must have 2 years
experience with dump truck, Call
Roberts Sand Co.
A Drug Free Workplace 3,10
Experienced duct mechanics and
helpers needed for a growing heating
and air conditioning company. Good
driving record a must. Top pay!! Call
926-3669. B3,10
Seeking highly qualified Receptionist
for busy office. Must have strong
knowledge of computers, printers
and multi-line phone system. Call,
Bob at 545-6010.' 83
Secretary-Exp., flex. hrs. Perfect
for mom with children in school.
Must.know Word, Excel, Outlook
and Internet, Need great customer
service, time mgmt., and
communication skills.
Fax resume: 656-0510.
mp.com -.. P3
Temporary position Fiberglass.
pasting and tinishnng. 20-40 hours
per week. Personnel. Wilderness
Graphics. 224-6414. EOE P

Clerical help
wanted for busy'
o office. Computer
skills and people
skills needed.
Property and
casualty insurance
experience is
Fax resume to

Yard Sale

Their trash, your treasures at the Old
Jail Museum Shop, High Drive, across
from Old Wooden Courthouse
Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. B3

Huge Garage Sale. Sat., Aug. 5. 8
a.m. until-Furniture, TV, VHS
movies, kid's clothes-boys and girls,
all name brand & women, (8 to 12),
lamps, etc. 269 Bay Pine Dr. P3
Estate Sale. Fri. & Sat. 8/4 & 8/5. 203
East Ivan Rd. from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Everything must go! Some antiques,
jewelry, furniture, computers, TV. P3
Baby and toddler items, boys & girls
clothes from 0-3T. Also household
items! 221 Jean Dr. Wildwood Acres
by Wakulla Middle School. P3
92 Lisa Dr. Saturday, Aug. 5, various
items. 8 a.m.-12 p.m., weather
permitting. Crawfordville Hwy. South
of Lost Creek. Bridge--Signs P3
Friday, Aug. 4, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
at 99 Tickle Ridge Circle, off
Shadeville Hwy., under shed. Baby &
children clothing, household items.
A little something for everyone. P3
Moving Sale-Friday & Saturday,
August 4 & 5. 8 a.m.-2 p.m. 71 City
Park Ave., St. Marks. P3

This is the list for the shelter animals
up for adoption:

G Poodle mix.
* Cocker Spaniel mix, black and tan.
- Chihuahua, adult.
* Jack Russell.
* Rat Terrier.
* Chihuahua mix.
* Chow mix.
* Hound.
- Yellow Lab.
- Bulldog mixes.
- Many other nice mixes. Come and
take a look.

* Walker Hound.
* Bulldog mixes.
* Lhasa mix
* Terrier mixes, very cute.
" Heeler mixes.
t Catahoula mixes:
Adult cats only.

Adoption fees include a deposit for
spaying or neutering and rabies
vaccination. Corrie seeus at #1 Oak
Street, next to sheriff's office. Shelter
Hours: Tues.-Thurs., 10 a.m.-5 p.m.,
Fri. and Sat., 10 a.m.-4:30 p:m. Closed
Sun. .and Mon.' 926-0890.
www.chatofwakulla.org. P

Mobile Home-Rent

3BR/2B SWMH on 1/4 acre in
Downtown Crawfordville. $525/mo.
$525 dep. 926-6482. B3

Housing Vouchers
We accept all vouchers
2/2 @ $615
3/2 @ $715
4/2 @ $895, $50 dep.
Pool & Youth Activities
Call 575-6571

IMObile Home-Sale

3BR/2B, Trplewide, CHA., fireplace in
family room, screened back porch,
carpet throughout. Needs to be
moved. $41,000. 926-5091. P3,10

Real Estate-Rent

Alligator Point, bayside, 3BR/3B, 2
kitchens. Washer & dryer, decks,
dock, $1,200/ro. Lease. 878-1671.
S. P3
2BR/1B home in Spring Creek, tile
throughout, CHA, screen porch.
Across from private marina' and
restaurant. 933-6020. Agent/Owner.
Furnished cottage in Crawfordville.
2BR/1B, Liv./Dining Area & Kitchen.
CHA. No pets. $600 plus sec. deposit.
926-2293. ,. P3
Shell Pt. 1BR Waterfront cottage.
$600/mo. 570-5712 or 926-3808. B3
Crawfordville; Duplex, .3BR/1.5B,
fenced backyard, $750/mo., water,
lawn and trash service included. $300
deposit, rental references required. No
pets 926-7950. ,B'1:17

Real Estate-Sale

SNeed To Sell
Your House?
We buy houses and mobile
homes w/land. See our free
report "Amazing secrets
of selling your house for
cash in 7 days or less" at
or call us direct.
Brian 509-2267
or Mike 509-8014
Garage, Split Plan, over 1,800 sq. ft.
living space, on oversized lot.
Excellent Crawfordville location.
Asking appraised value of $225,000.
Call Broger Real Estate Services, Inc.
850-443-8976 or visit www.othbrog
realty.com to view. B3
1/2 acre land by Purple Martin Nurs.
2BR/1B. $30,000.'Possible owner
financing. 926-7512 or 567-5626. 72
Russell Rd. P3
Beautiful coastal home with guest
house on 4 lots, lushly landscaped.
St. Marks. 925-0373. P3
We have coastal lots in St. Marks,
Carrabelle, Eastpoint &
Steinhatchee,,starting at $45K
Neil Ryder Realty, Inc.
656-0006- 508-6988. BF
Play golf every day! 3BR/2B at
Wildwood Country Club. $179,000.
Coastwise Realty, Inc., Lynn Cole,
545-8284. BF
1 ACRE CLEARED, $65,000
926-3859 BF

What an opportunity Large brick
home with fireplace, in ground pool,
workshop, barn & more on nearly 4
acres with Hi h 319 frontage The
possibio 806.0000
Lan Sell Your N ghway
la fo House
on the date of your el
S choice. At a fair price ee
B without doing any r-
$9 Call me NOW!
Enj 926-2100 al
front ered.
porch w.hIamesellersdepot.com. patio
room, workwa-all
at a reduced price 7,500
SPanacea Mineral springs Several
lots to choose from in fast-growing
coastal real $74,900 each.
By Owner-3.24 Acres, 1.5 cleared
ready to build. Off East Ivan Road on
152 Glover Lane. Owner must sale.
Asking $62,000. Call 850-544-3331 or
850-545-4348. 1P3
Gulf Waterfront Lot. '1 acre.
Carrabelle. Must sell. Dock under
construction. High ground Minutes to
offshore fishing. Asking $265,000,
appraised at $375,000. 570-4517.
CARRABELLE LOT. 1 acre. High on
hill over Carrabelle beach.
Unobstructed view of Dog Island and
St: George Island. Paid $230,000,
asking $199,000. 570-4517. P27,3,10
Alligator Point House-1i 00 ft. to water
on harbor side. Never has had storm
damage. 2'porches plus sundeck,
3BR/1B. Must see! Appraised at
$350,000. Asking $270000. (8.50)
570-4517. P27.3,10
By Owner. 2 beautiful wooded acres
on Sharonwood Dr. $79,900. 850-249-
8433. P3.10
Lot For Sale, Magnolia Gardens.
$14,900. 706-235-1582. P3
3BR/1.5B. Old Woodville Hwy. 1.2
acres of land. Call David 962-2100.P3


$400 a month plds tax
Includes Utilities
Full Kitchen Use
Call Edna at 339-0511
Commercial block building fronting on
Hwy. 319 in Sopchoppy. 26'x25'
space, perfect for retail or storage with
adjoining 12'x20' office, CHA, $450
per month. 962-1000. BF



519-5128 508-5177
2 miles South of Courthouse
on Hwy. 319 in Crawfordville
24 Hour Access Video Surveillance
1,074 sq. ft. Retail.Store Front for Rent
in Lewiswood'Center, Woodville.
Growing area, convenient to Wakulla
and Leon counties. 421-5039. BF
Nad's Enterprises. Mini-Warehouses
6x6 and up. Hwy. 61 across from
cemetery. Anita Townsend. 926-3151
or 926-5419. BF
Mini-Warehouse Spaces for lease,
8x10 and 10x12 now available. Come
by or call Wakulla Realty, 926-5084.BF.
St. Marks, 2,000 sq. ft. of commercial
space for rent-can be made into 2
separate units. Lots of traffic. Call Lynn
Cole, Coastwise Realty, Inc. 545-
8284. BF

... ,''ile others spenl, f ou invest.

Generations will file past this well-traveled location.
CenturyPark will make a nice neighbor, and the benefits'to
its occupants will be worth a fortune.
The landscaping alone live oaks, maples, magnolias, camellias, holly,
lamondra, wax myrtle, spartinia, bald cypress and buffer shrubs paved
streets, curbs and gutters, sidewalks, decorative street lighting, and
green space will create fertile financial growth on your investment.

1 Site Plan

1 1
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IJ Reserved
Starting at S236,000
Developer: Annie's Square LLC
r.1,..s.... ...,.:1 c .....o :... I II./l.

Call 850.926.7811

Keer tirl ark
Off,tes *Retail Commercial Restaurants

Florida Coastal Properties, Inc.
1439 Shell Point Road
Crawfordville, FL32327


Ochlockonee Bay at the Bridge

Mary Shepard Broker/Realtor 528-0226
Alicia Ann Swartz Broker/Asociate 559-8979
Jacque Eubanks -'Realtor 228-3218
Glenn Eubanks Realtor 228-3217
Katie Miller- Realtor 349-2380
Donald R. Smith Realtor 984-5477
Alicia Crum Realtor 984-0292
Merle Robb Realtor 508-5524
Tom Maddi Realtor 591-8415
Sandra Maddi 591-8442
Jodi Revell Vacation Rental Mgr. 984-0171

Call us for your Long Term and Vacation Rentals!

2BR/2.5BA Condo $850 Mo.
2BR/2BA Bay front on Alligator Point w/ utilities. $1,400 Mo.
S2BR/2BA mobile home on Lucy. $550 Mo.
2BR/1 BA Surf Road, animal friendly. $850 Mo.
k 2BR/1BA Alligator Point, furnished. $850 Mo.
7k 40


Line Mafhis Hospital Bills
Sat. 8-3 p.m.
at Skybox Backyard
Bla Screen TV, Couch,
Dishes, Tables, 1000's o -
pieces of clothin $1 each,
Nisc items. Just about
anything you need!
2581 Crawfordville Hwy.
Between Badcock &
Forest Animal Hospital


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Hair Dressers
10 Hair Stations
Shayla 926-1650
or 566-3335
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""Site Work Land Clearing

Rock & Dirt Fish Ponds

Bush Hog Debris Removal

Storm Clean Up Culverts

Chris Oaks 850.-5687272

& Insured

Attack-One Fire

.. .Management

GT-18 XP Gyro-Trac
"' High Speed Mulcher

Commercial & Residential
Land Clearing Timberland Management Industrial Sites
Forestry e
Hazardous Fuel Reduction Habitat Restoration
Wildland-Urban Interface Temporary Fire Lanes
Pre-Fire Suppression Kevin Carter, Owner
Utilities & Transportation. Phone: 850-926-6534
Clearing & Right of Way Maintenance Survey Lines Fax: 850-926-6529
Highways Power & Gas Lines Canals & Waterways Cell: 850-528-1743

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Page 18A-THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Aug. 3, 2006

Ceet the senior center in Crawfordville. The annual
Celebration event provided health check activities for hear-
Wakulla County Senior Citizens celebrated ing, vision, Alzheimer's and more. The two
Senior Citizens Appreciation Day recently at hour program was followed by a luncheon.

'r-imerts 815 Be Blvd. Sobile 9e, 33223

850-491-7501 N R
State Approved
Drum Lic. #93-1149
*LessOnS 962-3669
-Tool Mobile 933-3835

Rascal Auto Sales

*2001 Ford Mustang, Green, Auto, AC, All Power, CD player, Dark Gray Interior, V6, 80k Miles...$1,995 Dn, $64/125 Wks
2002 Chevrolet Malibu LS, Blue, Auto, 4 Dr, All Power, CD Player, V6, 88k Miles.............$...... ,495 Dn, $68/125 Wks
1999 Ford Explorer XLS, 4 Dr, Red, All Power, CD Player, Gray Interior, V6, 105k Miles............$1,495 Dn, $60/125 Wks
1999 Nissan Pathfinder XE, Gray, AT, 4 Dr. All Power, CD/Cassette, Remote, V6, 1IIk Miles.....$1,495 Dn, $68/125 Wks
2002 Chevy GL 1500 Express Cargo Van, White, AT, AC, PDL, Remote, V6, 69k Miles.............$2,995 Dn, $88/125 Wks
2000 Dodge Caravan SE, Green, AT, All Power, CD Player, Gray Interior, V6, 57k Miles..............$1,495 Dn, $65/100 Wks
2000 Buick Regal, White, 4 Dr, AT, All Power, AC, Remote Locks, Cassette, V6, 88k Miles..........$1,495 Dn, $60/125 Wks
2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo, Gold, All Power, CD Changer, Remote, V6, 90k Miles..........$1,995 Dn, $88/125 Wks
Many More Vehicles Available
Tax, Tag, Title And Fees Must Be Paid In Addition To The Down Payment
Ray and Linda Boles
Louis Lamarche, Amy Weaver
2679 Crawfordville Hwy. in Crawfordville Across from CVS
Hours: Monday Friday 8 am. to 6 p.m.. Closed Sat. & Sun.

"Hooray, I Think!"
Hooray, you just sold your
house! Unfortunately, you only
listed it last week and your new
home won't be ready for a couple,
of months. What can you do?
Most contracts allow the buyer
to occupy the property on the
closing day. Occasionally, the
seller requests to remain in the
property after closing. If the
seller will remain in the prop-
erty, a separate residential lease
agreement should be made as an
addendum to the contract.


Sometimes a buyer needs to
occupy a property before the
closing. The parties to the con-
tract must agree to the early pos-
session. The buyer'should in-
spect the property carefully, then
agree to take the property ir its
present condition at the time of /
occupancy. A separate lease de-
scribing the date of occupancy,
rent to be paid, and other terms
should be made as an addendum
to the contract.
My advice is to try to avoid ei-
ther of the preceding scenarios.
Too much can go wrong with
either approach. If you do have
to go in that direction, make sure
that everything is clear on insur-
ance, taxes, rental payments, etc.
Get advice from your agent or
call me for any of your real estate
buying and selling needs.

Susan Council
(850) 251-1468
Broker Associate, RE/MAX Professionals

Use the
LaY- Way
Pan "opay
our oow,


Call today 926-6222

1997 Chevrolet
Silverado Ext Cab,
Black, Auto, All Power,
CD And Cassette
$1,495 Down, $76/125 Weeks

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THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Aug. 3, 2006




Wakulla High Students

Take Trip Down Under

WHS Science Teacher
Fifteen of us, including three
Wakulla High School science
teachers with mostly Wakulla
High School students and some
parents, began our two-week
journey to the other side of the
world on May 30. After a brief
tour of Los Angeles, our first
stop was the beautiful country
of New Zealand.
We landed in Auckland and
rode a bus for a few hours
through the countryside to
Rotorua. The land was hilly and
mountainous. There were tropi-
cal plants everywhere, and al-
though it was wintertime there
in the southern hemisphere,
everything was still very lush
and green.
In Rotorua one evening,
Bob Wallace, Bob Blanton, Su-
zanne Camp and Joanna Barber
walked to a beautiful park with
tropical plants and a lot of
thermal activity. In some places,
there would be bubbling pits
of mud, while in other places
there would be bubbling water
coming from underground, and
in other areas, there would be
steam rising from the ground.
We visited a cultural center
of the Maori, the indigenous
people of New Zealand. We got
to see many of their intricate
_... _wood carvings for which the
people are known. We also got
to see and hear the traditional
Maori song and dance followed
by a traditional Maori hangi
dinner. Several of the WHS
students 'joined in the Maori
dance with the Maori tribes-
men on stage.
For the students, the high-
light of New Zealand was
probably the Agrodome; We
first watched many varieties
of sheep climb onto platforms
on the stage. The emcee then
demonstrated a sheep shear-
ing. He asked for participants
from the audience to milk a
cow and Emily Hardy, among
others, decided to try her hand
at that. Some of the boys in the
group got to bottle feed baby
lambs. After this, there was
a demonstration of a "strong
eyed dog" herding sheep with-
out barking.
The part of the trip with the
biggest adrenaline rush was to
follow. Some of the students
elected to take a fast ride in a
speed boat, while others elect-
ed to try the "swoop," which
is a cross between a bungee
jump and a swing. Still others
wanted to feel the sensation of
skydiving by floating in the air
above a giant fan.
The most unusual ride was
the zorb. It is a clear plastic ball,
like an oversized beach ball,
with a smaller ball suspended
inside it. Participants crawl into
the inner ball and are rolled
down a hill. The students se-
lected .the wet version, where
water was put into the inher
ball with them, and they slid
around in water while rolling

Suzanne Camp At Koala World-

down the hill. Suzanne Camp
and Brenda Coleman, the only
two adults who participated,
elected the dry version, where
they were strapped into the ball
with seatbelts and harnesses.
After a few days in New
Zealand, we flew to Sydney,
Australia, where we got to see
the sights of the big city. We
stayed in a downtown hotel
and toured the world famous
Sydney Opera House.
We took a bus tour to the
Gap Bluff, where we watched
the ocean crashing,against a
shore from a high, rocky bluff.
We went to the top of the Syd-
ney Tower and watched the city
lights at night. Everyone got to
see how opals are mined and
then had the opportunity to
purchase opals.
Probably the most exciting
sight in Sydney was the Syd-
ney Aquarium, where we all
were excited to see a platypus
swimming through the water.
The aquarium had a spec-
tacular coral display, as well as
other creatures like crocodiles,
sharks, tropical fish, seals and
SWe also went to a wild-
life ,park and saw the .native
animals like dingos, wombats,
Tasmanian devils, cassawary
birds, koalas and kangaroos,
among other things. We also
went to Bondi Beach and saw
some guys surfing in the cold,
wintery weather..
There was a wide variety of
cuisine in Australia. Asian food
was frequently seen, as well as
German food, Italian food and
seafood. One evening at din-
ner time, the students decided
to order kangaroo steak. All
who tried it deemed it deli-
ciousl They did not speak so
favorably about vegemite, the
favorite "spread" of the Austra-
lians, saying it was quite salty.
Brandon Willingham along
with James DeFoor and father,
Allison DeFoor, get the award
for sampling the biggest variety

Australia's Sydney Gap Bluff

Demonstration At Tjapukai, The Aboriginal Cultural Center

of foods.
After spending a few days in
Sydney, we flew farther north
on the east coast to Cairns,
where the weather was much
warmer. The hotel where we
stayed had three swimming
pools, all of them saltwater.
Several trips were made to
shopping areas downtown.
There was a beautiful, man-
made lagoon located right on
the ocean. This offers people
the option to swim and see
and hear the ocean without the
risk of being stung by deadly
jellyfish, which are present in
Australian waters.
We drove to the Blue Moun-
tains and Katoomba and got
to ride skyrails up and down
the mountains. Everyone en-
joyed riding the luge down the
mountain, as well, followed by
eating at a cafe at the top of

Geyser At New Zealand's Maori Cultural Center

the mountain. Another day, we
took a scenic rail tour of Kuran-
da. The train rode through the
rainforests up to the top of the
Several of us then went to
Koala World, where we held
koala bears and fed kangaroos
and wallabies.
From Cairns, we rode a bus
to Port Douglas, where we
boarded a ship that took us out
to the outer Great Barrier Reef.
James and Allison DeFoor went
scuba diving, while the three
high school teachers, Suzanne
Camp, Bob Wallace and Bob
Blanton, and daughter Taylor
Blanton and Rhiannon Vinson
went with a marine biolo-
gist farther out on the reef to
snorkel. We got to see brightly
colored tropical fish and moun-
tains of colorful coral of many
We also enjoyed going on
the semisubmersible subma-
rine to get a close-up view of
the marine animals. We saw
sharks and turtles from the sub-
marine, as well as multitudes of
coral and tropical fish.
The students also enjoyed
going to Tjapukai, the Aborigi-
nal cultural center. A movie
was shown about their culture,
and a medicine woman talked
about plants and their medici-
nal values.
The Aborigines demonstrat-
ed, then taught us how to do
several things. They let us
practice spear throwing, boo-
merang throwing and playing
the digeridoo. We dubbed John
Coleman as the best digeridoo
We drove to Cape Tribula-
tion and the Daintree Rainfor-
est for a day. We took walks
through the rainforest and got
to see some animals of the for-
est. The sights and sounds of

Visiting The Glow Worm Caves In New Zealand

the rainforest surrounded you
everywhere at the resort, which
was a short walk from the
beach. Some of us were awak-
ened in the night by unidentifi-
able animal sounds. When we
went out the next morning, we
saw four scrub turkeys outside
our door, as well as several fruit
bats hanging in the tree outside
our rooms.
The trip was a wonderful
opportunity to learn about
other cultures, see their native
wildlife and tour other parts

of the world. We traveled from
hills and mountains, to the tip
of a volcano, to the thermal
vents and geysers, to beaches,
from remote countryside to the
big cities and to rainforests. We
rode on planes, trains, trucks,
buses, ferries, river cruise ships,
semisubmersible submarines,
luges, speed boats, skyrails,
taxis, zorbs and the steepest
train ride in the world.
We enjoyed our trip, but it
is nice to be back home with
our families.

Section B

Page 2B-THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Aug. 3, 2006

School Board Recognizes Top Employees

The July Teacher of the Shelli Payne was named
Month, Administrators of the Employee of the Year. "The
Year and the Employee of the ability to multi-task is one of
Year were recognized at the July the main reason for this selec-
17 school board meeting, tion," said an administrative
Bettye G. Hadley was named staff member. As secretary
Teacher of the Month, Shelli to Sue Anderson, Coordina-
Payne was named Employee tor of Special Programs, her
of the Year, Alice Stokley was job consists of assisting with
named Outstanding Adminis- administration of state-wide
trat6r of the Year, Beth Mims assessments, scanning and
was named District Level Ad- scoring tests, administering the
ministrator of the Year, Jackie par-professional exam, assisting
High was named School Level with federal program budgets,
Administrator of the Year and preparing materials for meet-
Karrie Musgrove was named ings and disaggregating data.
Teacher of the Year. Payne has been in her cur-
rent position for four years. Her
Bettye Hadley is reaping technology skills help provide
what she sowed after a re- clear data to the school district.
markable 41 year career in Sue Anderson, her immedi-
education. "ate supervisor, said, "Shelli is
"Under the direction of Mrs. always ready to tackle new
Hadley, Medart Elementary tasks as she is concerned about
School's third grade remedial the students in our district.
unit has made phenomenal Her friendly personality and
growth," stated Robert Pearce, positive attitude enable her to
Medart School Principal. "It is communicate effectively with
remarkable that someone with all stakeholders."
a career that has lasted 41 years Prior to working at the dis-
can consistently perform at trict level, Payne was a teacher
such a level. The students in assistant at Shadeville Elemen-
her classroom have perhaps the tary School. Director of Hu-
greatest needs in our school man Resources Karen Wells
because of the threat that said, "Shelli has developed a
mandatory retention poses for reputation of dependability and
those students scoring at level thoroughness. She is known for
one in reading." her ability to see what needs
After attending Bond Elk to be done and then doing it.
ementary and Lincoln High Her initiative makes the job of
School in Tallahassee, Hadley those She works for, and with,
earnAd her Bachelor's and easier."
Masti's degrees at FAMU. She *
was hired by George Green in Alice Stokley, Assistant Su-
1965',and taught at Buckhorn perintendent for Human Re-,
Elementary, Shadeville Elemen- sources, has been selected as
tary, iSopchoppy Elementary the 2006 Outstanding Admin-
and Medart Elementary. istrator of the Year for the
HAdley said she receives Wakulla County School District.
greap, pleasure from hearing Stokley has been in her current
su stories about her for- position since July 1996. Prior
m erits. "I have enjoyed to that time, Stokley spent 26
wo with Wakulla County years as either the assistant
child n and seeing smiles on principal or teacher at Shadev-
their faces when they master a ille Elementary. In fact, she was
learning task," she said. Over the first intern from FSU to
the years she has served on work in Wakulla County.
Numerous school committees Stokley grew up in Pen-
and remains in the National As- sacola. She attended FSU and
sociation of University Women obtained her BS in Early Child-
and the FAMU Alumni Associa- hood and Elementary Educa-
tion. tion as well as her Master's de-
"'.br her dedication and gree in Reading and Language
(excellent service we are in Arts Education. She met and
her debt. It will be difficult to married Wakulla County native
.replace her. We wish :her,'the ,Roger Stokley in September
best in her retirement. Principal .1970 and literally moved to the,
-Pearce said. -. -... '......... woods. ""'. '. '
-* "Over the years, no matter

what job I have held, I have had
satisfaction in working for an
organization that strives to be
the best, sets high expectations
and sincerely cares for all stake-
holders. The Wakulla County
School System promotes and
encourages success for all," said
Stokley, '
She added that she most
enjoys working with curriculum
and program development as
well as academic assessment
of students. Assistant Super-
intendent Jimmie Dugger said,
"Alice has always had a heart
for kids. She has high principles
and high expectations."
Superintendent David Miller
stated, "Alice Stokley is another
example of an outstanding
teacher who became an admin-
SWhen not working, Stokley
is involved with her church,
Crawfordville First Baptist,
where she teaches Sunday
school class and sings in the
choir. She also serves on the
hospitality committee. For the
past two years she has chaired
the Wakulla County Relay for
'Life events.
Stokley will retire in Sep-
tember 2006. She is an accom-
plished, seamstress and has
her own business, The Nimble
Thimble. Her hobbies include
reading, bike riding and home
improvement projects as well

Bettye Hadley

Beth Mims

as DiBELS. It is rewarding when we carl
provide support and assistance
Beth Mims, the 2006 District to make their jobs easier or
Level Administrator of the Year, to help them meet students
is Director of Curriculum. She needs."
is known as the School District Assistant Superintendent
Curriculum Guru based on the Beth O'Donnell applauds Mims
talent she brings to her posi- calmness and accessibility.,
tion. "Beth embodies our motto-
Minis began working in Committed to Success," said
Wakulla County in 1976 when O'Donnell. "She inspires trust
she graduated from FSU. She and confidence as she listens
received her Bachelors' degree to people and follows through
in Elementary/Early Childhood on her promises."
and her,Master's degree in Edu- Mims is responsible for
national Leadership. She was curriculum from pre-k though
also the first Wakulla County adultwhich includes textbooks.
employee to receive the PAEC curriculum, reading plans and
Reading Endorsement. district accreditation. She is a
Mims was an elementary member of Lake Ellen Baptist
teacher for 15 years; a curricu- Church where she is keyboard-
lum resource teacher for seven ist and Sunday school teacher.
years and.has been an admin- She is active in the Florida As-
istrator for three years.."I enjoy sociation of Staff Developers.
the variety of responsibilities," .
she said. "I reallyenjoyorking: Jackie High, the 2006 School
with the teacherstinthedistrict.. ",Level Addiinistratopf theYea
We serve an outsta dinrg'grbup" is WHS Assistant Principal;
of teachers and administrators. Before becoming an assistant

Jackie High
principal in 2003, High taught
kindergarten and second grade
at Medart Elementary and
Shadeville Elementary.
High is an FSU graduate
earning her Bachelor's degree
in Early Childhood Education
and her Master's in Educational
Leadership. She was also a Na-
tional Board Certified teacher
before moving into administra-
"I always wanted to be a
teacher, so I went to school
at night to earn my teaching
degree. It took me seven years,
said High. "I love working with
people, especially young people.
Working for the Wakulla County
School System is extremely re-
warding." When not working,
she loves to fish and spend time
with her family, especially her
Randy Newland. former
WHS Principal, reviewed Higlh's
.career. He stated,,."Jackie is
very dedicated arid works long
hours." Superintendent Miller

Karrie Musgrove

agreed: "Mrs. High epitomizes
dedication. The love she has for
her profession is evident in the
seven years of night school she
attended so she could become
a teacher."

Karrie Musgrove was also
publicly recognized at the
school board meeting. She had
previously been recognized at
the Teacher of the Year Celebra-
tion in February 2006.
In conclusion, Superinten-
dent Miller complimented the
"great relationship we have
with Envision Credit Union."
Mr. Ray E. Cromer, President
of Envision Credit Union and
Al Hammock, Senior Vice-Presi-
dent of Envision Credit Union;
were in attendance and par-
ticipated in the celebration by
awarding the Employee of the
Year, Shelli Payne, the Outstand-
ing Adiiniistratoi of the Year,
Alice Stoldey and he Teacher of
the Year. Karrie Musgrove, with
monetary recognition.

,culty Spotlight Update Your Training at TCC

Lori Prudom, 2006-07 Attention all engineers, architects and related r s I n .
Faculty Senate Chair at professionals: Interested in updating your i R
Tallahassee Community knowledge of'the latest technology or renewing I p. s o s o 1 a c e*1
College, has her hands full your license? Weekly evening courses are available

this summer gearing up for
the start of.the school year
while learning the ropes
S of the faculty-senate chair
appointment. Prudom is in.
S her ninth year as a full-time
associate professor in the
College's math..department. '

In'between earning her bachelor's degree at the
University of Florida and her master's degree at the
University of Central Florida, Prudom taught math at
'.a high school in Orlando. However, it did not take her.
long to realize her desire to teach at the community
college level. Prior to joining TCC, Prudom was an
instructor at both Central Florida Community College
and Manatee Community College. Now happily
located in the state capital, Prudom is at home on
thip campus of TCC.

"(TCC) is truly an awesome place to work," Prudom
commented. "I appreciate how good we have it here
ahd I also appreciate what we need to work on.
Most of all,'l'm extremely dedicated to my students
and I work hard at trying to help them retain the
i jrmation they learn."

I.fi er extracurricular position as faculty senate chair,
,Prudom acts as the liaison between the faculty and
administration, chairing an eight-person steering
*committee. This shared governance between the
faculty and administrators' works to develop policies
for the College, improve hiring procedures and
resolve student issues.

in the following subjects: AutoCAD 2007, Autodesk
VIZ 2007 (3D Studio), Arcview GIS, Spatial Analyst,
GPS and Surveying and Construction.

For more information about TCC's programs
in Engineering and Technology, please call
Dr. Zoreh Moshir at 850-201-8334 or e-mail

Become a Certified Personal
Trainer Through TCC

Tallahassee Community College is now offering
a Personal Training course for people who are
interested in becoming certified trainers.
Students who enroll in this four-credit course
will be prepared to take the National Council on
Strength and Fitness board certification exam
for personal training. Obtaining a personal training
certification can lead to an excellent source of
supplemental income or a career choice for anyone
over the age of 18. Personal trainers enjoy a flexible
schedule and TCC has an excellent relationship with
several health clubs in the Tallahassee area.

For more information, contact Joanne Rogers, Chair
of the Health and Physical Education Department,
or Steve Panton at 850-201-8082.

Community and Continuing Education
Courses at TCC's Wakulla Center

Microsoft Office Tutoring
August 1 29
6:30 8:30 p.m., no charge

Guidelines for Responsible Nature/Heritage Based Guiding
Tuesday, August 15
6:30 8:30 p.m., $25

Professional Business Writing
August 22 29
6 8 p.m., $49

Wakulla offers the Green Guide Certification Program
The Wakulla Ecotourism Institute offers 90 hours of classes and
field trips each fall and spring, beginning on the third weekend of
September and January. Classes are offered Monday and Tuesday
evenings and a half day on weekends for ten weeks. For specific
dates and times, go to www.tcc.fl.edu/wakulla.

For more information, please call 850-922-6290
or e-mail WAKULLACENTER@tcc.fl.edu. m

444AAPPLEYA DR I ( 8 50)20 I

Shelli Payne Alice Stokley

2006-07 Wakulla County

School Bus Routes

The 2006-07 school year will begin Monday, Aug. 14, 2006.
The first day of school will be an Early Release Day. Early
Release School times are;
Wakulla High School 7:35 a.m. -12 p.m.
Middle Schools 7:35 a.m. 12:20 p.m.
Elementary Schools 8:50 a.m. 1:20 p.m.
Pre-K Centers, 8:30 a.m. 1 p.m.
Parents, please note: School Board Policy 8.32, regard-
ing school bus stops, states that only one bus shall be
assigned students on any given route and student stops
shall be established at least one quarter of a mile (1,320
feet) apart unless the student is physically handicapped.
School bus drivers are not allowed to discontinue stops,
begin new stops or otherwise change a route without pri-
or approval of the transportation supervisor. If more infor-
mation is needed, call the bus garage at 926-7550. When
requesting a stop change, the transportation department
ask that you are patient! The stop change request will be
,reviewed as they are received and could take up to five (5)
working days before reply is given.

Wakulla High School & Wakulla Middle School

Combined Bus Routes/Stops 2006-2007

Pat Vice, 926-8064,121

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Judith Costigan, 926-3497, 87
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Phillis Thomas, 926-8687, 80
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Jennie King, 926-2309,3 3
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Sandra Jones, 926-4371, 98
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Glinda Hudson, 926-5829,116
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Julia Pumphrey, 926-1118,103
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Lacy Sanders, 926-4845, 88
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2427 Crawfordville Highway
Songbird Ave./Nut Hatch Trail
Songbird Ave./Purple Martin Cv.
Songbird Ave./Sparrow Path
FlyCatcher Pass/Starling Trace
Songbird Ave./Meadowlark Dr.
159 Trice Lane
85 Mulberry Circle
199 Mulberry Circle
33 Wisteria Dr.
Butterfly Ct./Hummingbird Lane
Trice Lane/Country Way
Trice Lane/Guinevere Lane

1939 Crawfordville Hwy.
50 Revadee Spears Rd..
110 Revadee Spears Rd.
49 Mayfair Dr.
93 Mayfair Dr.
Mayfair Dr./Satinwood Dr.
Satinwood Dr./Slash Pine Dr.
147 Oakland Rd.
Revadee Spears Rd./Jessica Star Rd.
Corner of Mose Strickland Rd./Andrew Spears Rd.
49 Ivan Church Rd.
249 Ivan Church Rd.
442 Revadee Spears Rd.
2931 Crawfordville Hwy./Gold Dolphin Jewelers
2813 Crawfordville Hwy./Brown Associates
2669 Crawfordville Hwy./Myra Jeans
Crawfordville Hwy./Rainbow Dr.

Wakulla Arran Rd./Fox Run Circle
Wakulla Arran Rd./Nine Gables Lane
Wakulla Arran Rd./Jenny Lynn Rd.
691 Wakulla Arran Rd.
87 Oak St.
Dogwood Dr./Dispennette Dr.,
Dogwood Dr./Mimosa St.
45 Dispennette Dr.

Wakulla Arran Rd./ Azalea Dr.
Weeping Willow Ct./Windy Ct.
34 Shadow Oak Circle
117 Shadow Oak Circle
176 Shadow Oak Circle
Magnolia Ridge/North Ct.
151 Magnolia Ridge
252 Magnolia Ridge
Wakulla Arran Rd./Redwood Lane
292 Wakulla Arran Rd.
268 Wakulla Arran Rd.
Government Rd./Lost Creek Lane
47 Bream Fountain Rd.
127 Rehwinkle Rd.
Rehwinkle Rd./Leland Court'
592 Rehwinkle Rd.

56 Lower Bridge Road
317 Lower Bridge Rd.
370 Lower Bridge Rd.
181 Webster Rd.
67 Barber Rd.,
Lower Bridge Rd./Metcalf Rd.
6 Inez Lane
77 Liberty Rd.
Liberty Rd./Greiner's Lane
Tafflinger Rd./Eighth Ave.
34 Dan's Dr.
Lance Lane/Drew Lane
Lance Lane/King Bee Dr.
36' Shar-Mel-Re Lane
Dustin Lane/Dan's Dr.

Shadeville Rd./Powell Lane
Shadeville Rd./Griffin Rd.
444' Shadeville Rd.
Shadeville Rd./Coral Way
Shadeville Rd./Ridgeway Ct.
166 Marie Circle
Marie Circle/Anna Dr.
48 Marie Circle
Trice Lane/Talon Dr.
Shadeville Rd./Eagles Ridge

Aaron Strickland Rd./McCallister Rd.
41 Horseshoe Trail .
186 Horseshoe Trail
Crawfordville Hwy./Harvey Coach Estates
45 Fontaine Circle
97 Fontaine Circle
Harry Morrison Rd./Catherine St.
119 Harry Morrison Rd.
Ivan Church Rd./Bridle Gate Ct.
270 Bay Pine Dr.
234 Bay Pine Dr.
69 Longleaf Dr.
Bay Pine Dr./Longleaf Dr.
161 Bay Pine Dr.

Arran Rd./Tolkien Way
Arran Rd./Tall Timbers Rd.
Arran Rd./Lost Creek Trail
82 Fox Hollow Lane
Arran Rd./Damon Circle
297 Bostic Pelt Rd.
Bostic Pelt Rd./Little Creek Dr.
Bostic Pelt Rd./Carmel Lane
216 Mill Creek Rd.
171 Mill Creek Rd.
117 Mill Creek Rd.
117 Lawhon Mill Rd.
Harvey Mill Rd./Roland Harvey Rd.
Roland Harvey Rd.
239 Harvey Mill Rd.
46 Kings Rd.
Harvey Mill Rd./Desmond St.
120 Harvey Mill Rd.
.Harvey Mill Rd./Mill Hollow Dr.

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Grace DeLong, 925-0332,104

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Evelyn Homan, 984-8838, 91
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Martha Webster, 926-7163,82
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Laura Greenwood, 926-8035,
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6:52 2:50
6:53 2:52
6:54 2:54
16:55 2:56
6:56 2:58
6:57 3:00
6:58 3:02
6:59 3:04
Janet Anderson, 984-5257, 79
6:45 2:45
6:46 2:47
6:47 2:49
6:48 2:51
6:49 2:53
6:50 2:55
6:51 2:57
6:55 2:42
7:00 2:40
7:01 2:38
Angel Avery, 926-2358, 95
6:47 2:38
6:48 2:40
6:49 2:42
6:50 2:44
6:51 2:46
6:52 2:48
6:53 2:50
6:54 2:52
6:55' 2:54
6:56 2:56
6:58 2:58
6:59 3:00
i:00 3:02
Janet Dailey, 926-2066,85

Spring Creek Hwy./Stephens Donaldson Rd.
Spring Creek Hwy./Brown Donaldson Rd.
Maido St./Mohave Rd.
50 Quapaw St.
Klickitat Dr./Powhaten St.
45 Powhaten St.
Mohave Rd./Powhaten St.
Mohave Rd./Croatan St.
Mohave Rd./Winnebago St.
Mohave Rd./Sudi St.
Redman Rd./Squaw Rd.-
46 Dakota Dr.
125 Dakota Dr.

71 Pigott Woods Rd.
270 Friendship Church Rd.
Floyd Gray Rd./White Dr.
376 Floyd Gray'Rd.
268 Floyd Gray Rd.
11 Franklin Dr.
89 Stanley Dr.
117 Montgomery Dr.
41 Lake Ellen Dr.
87 Lake Ellen Dr.
75 Merwyn Dr.
112' Lake Ellen Circle
Mathers Farm Rd./Carolina Court
Emmett Whaley Rd./Tom White Dr.
288 Emmett Whaley Rd.
Lake Ellen Shores/Lakeside Cove
Emmett Whaley Rd./Dreamwood Stables Rd.
'50 Dreamwood Stables Rd.
100 Dreamwood Stables Rd.
130 Dreamwood Stables Rd.

181 Fire Escape Rd.
Fire Escape Rd./Pirates Cove Rd.
280 Shell Island Rd.
Sylvania Ave./City Park Drive
83 Forbes St.
Shell Island Rd./COAST School
50 Ward St.
12 Forbes St.
Crabapple Lafe/Fulford Ave.
71 Riverside Dr.
21 Tallahassee Ave.
Port Leon Dr./Hope Lane
Port Leon Dr./Villages of St. Marks
8055 Coastal Hwy.
7900 Coastal Hwy.
7151 Coastal Hwy.
Coastal Hwy./River Plantation

Lower Bridge Rd./Mother Nature Trail
Lower Bridge Rd./Richard Creech Rd.
Lower Bridge Rd./Tharpe Lane
22 Triplett Rd.
5924 Coastal Hwy.
5731 Coastal Hwy.
20 Deer Track Way
253 Turkey Run Rd.
198 Edgar Poole Rd.
423 Edgar Poole Rd.
505 Edgar Poole Rd.
Coastal Hwy./Five Anchor Dr.
9 Serafino Lane
Serafino Lane/Madeline Dr.
Coville St./Rutland Rd.

2662 Spring Creek Hwy.
Spring Creek Hwy./Hurley Hill Rd.
Kornegay Way/Canal St. (Oyster Bay)
Shell Point Rd. Bus Shelter
Shell Point Rd./Harbor Pt.
Live Oak Island Rd./West Point Dr.
3408 Spring Creek Hwy.
3464 Spring Creek Hwy.
3531 Spring Creek Hwy.
Spring Creek Hwy./Roddenberry Sink Rd.
Spring Creek Restaurant
Spring Creek Hwy./Stuart Cove Rd.
Jack Crum Rd. & /Circle
Jack Crum Rd./Alaska Brown Rd.
680 Jack Crum Rd.
497 Jack Crum Rd.

100 Tower Rd.

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Joyce Riggs, 421-2673,2
6:40 2:42
6:41 2:44
6:42 2:46
6:43 2:48
6:44 2:50
6:46 2:52
6:47 2:54
6:49 2:56
6:50 2:42
6:54 2;40
Sharon Wisham, 926-2714,96
6:40 2:40
6:43 2:55
6:45 2:53
6:46 2:51
6:48 2:49
6:50 2:47
6:51 2:45
6:52 2:43
6:54 2:41
6:57 2:39
6:59 2:37
7:00 2:35
Moses Howard, 421-4884,108
6:35 3:14
6:36 3:12
6:37 3:10
6:38 3:08
6:40 3:06
6:41 3:04
6:42 3:03
6:45 3:01
6:46 2:59
6:47 2:57
6:48 2:55
6:49 2:53
6:51 2:51
6:53 2:49

77 Ashley Hall Rd.
130 Ashley Hall Rd.
52 Oakmont Dr.
109 Oakmont Dr.
160 Oakmont Dr.
31 Richardson Rd.
Richardson Rd./McMahan Dr.
Bob Miller Rd./Payne St.
748 Bob Miller Rd.
Countyline Rd.

Wakulla Springs Rd. & Strattonwood PI
367 Wakulla Springs Rd.
86 Royal Oaks Ct.
Royal Oaks Ct./Moody Lane
Wakulla Springs Rd./Quail Ct.
Wakulla Springs Rd./Richland Rd.
300 Wakulla Springs Rd.
Wakulla Springs Rd./McDaris Lane
766 Wakulla Springs Rd.
Wakulla Springs Rd./Lee Miller Rd.
70 Roberts Williams Rd.
21 Old Shell Point Rd.

Bob Miller RdJ./Grantham Lane
Bob Miller Rd./Grapevine Dr.
399 Bob Miller Rd.
Finner Dr./J & K Lane
10 Centerline Rd.
92 Centerline Rd.
234 Centerline Rd.
326 Staten Rd.
251 Staten Rd.
162 Staten Rd.
107 Staten Rd.
Staten Rd./Roger Rd.
432 Ashley Hall Rd.
393 Cooperwood Rd.

80 Harvey Pitman St.
50 Raker Lane
110 Allen Harvey Rd.
82 Mimosa St.
Crawfordville Hwy./Mill Creek Plaza
Crawfordville Hwy./Lisa Dr.
85 Hill Green Rd.
115 Hill Green Rd.
197 Hill Green Rd.
Hill Green Rd./Greenlin Villa Rd.
297 Donaldson Williams Rd.
217 Donaldson Williams Rd.
Donaldson Williams Rd./Jefferson Ct.
4041 Crawfordville Hwy.
4036 Crawfordville Hwy.
Crawfordville Hwy./Woodland Dr..
Crawfordville Hwy./Elie Carter Rd.

87 Oak St.
Ochlockonee St./Cedar Ave.
Ochlockonee St./Dogwood Dr.
Arran Rd./Covington Circle
Duncan Dr.
High Dr./Old Courthouse Way
50 Council Moore Rd.
158 Council Moore Rd.
43 Casora Dr.

Rehwinkel Rd./Old Town Hammock Lane
399 Oakwood Trail
776 Rehwinkle Rd.
Rehwinkle Rd./Tupelo Ridge
330 J. K. Moore Rd.
111 J. K. Moore Rd.
1148 Rehwinkle Rd.
Rehwinkle Rd./Harvey Melton Rd.
Coastal Hwy./Harvey Melton Rd.
172 Country Club Dr.
72 Jane Dr.
145 Jane Dr.
154 Jean Dr.
8 Arikara Dr.
95 Cayuse Dr.
Cayuse Dr./Klamath St.
1347 Lower Bridge Rd.
1308 Lower Bridge Rd.
32 Appaloosa Rd.
51 Appaloosa Rd.
184 Appaloosa Rd.
116 Palomino Rd.
79 Palomino Rd.
1216 Lower Bridge Rd.
Lower Bridge Rd.(underground wire pole/orange top)
1028 Lower Bridge Rd.
Lower Bridge Rd./01d Revell Rd.
Lower Bridge Rd,/Alexander Rd.

Lower Bridge Rd./Klickitat Dr.
Lower Bridge Rd./Chickat Trail
Lower Bridge Rd./W.F. Magers Rd.
Lower Bridge Rd./Haida Trail
85 Paulette Dr.
Summer Brooke/Beeler Rd.
96 E.J. Stringer Rd.
The Park Subdivision
Coastal Hwy./Horttor Greene Rd.
Coastal Hwy./Running Deer

6:34 2:52 24
6:37 2:54
6:40 2:46
6:42 2:48 208
6:45 2:50
6:47 2:52 56
6:49 2:54 93
6:50 2:56
6:52 2:58
6:56 3:00 103
6:58 3:02 126
7:00 3:04 53
7:02 3:06 19
7:05 3:08 44
7:09 2:48 23
7:10 2:46 66
7:12 2:44 233
7:15 2:42
7:20 2:40
Ramona Langston, 984-3162, 7
6:31 2:57 110
6:40 3:18
6:42 3:16
6:43 3:14 400
6:47 3:12
6:49 3:10
6:55 3:08
6:58 3:06 99
.7:00 3:04
7:04 3:02 42
7:06 3:00 41
7:10 2:58
7:J3 2:56
7:14 2:54 39
7:15 2:52
7:16 2:50 1239
7:17 2:48
7:18 2:46
7:19 2:44
7:20 2:42
7:23 2:40
7:25 2:37
7:26 2:35 2515
Beth Nichols, 962-2150,111
6:50 2:58 34
6:51 2:56 85
6:53 2:54 1751
6:54 2:52
6:55 2:50
6:56 2:48 1227
'6:58 2:46 159
6:59 2:44 62
7:00 2:42
7:05 2:40 158
Julie Henderson, 926-1060,118
6:37 3:10
6:39 3:08 676
6:42 3:06
6:44 3:04 660
6:45 3:02 646
6:48 2:58
6:50 2:56
6:53 2:54
6:54 2:52
6:56 2:50
6:58 2:47
7:01 2:44 84
7:03 2:42 74
7:03 2:40 58
7:03 a 3:15 45
Janet Grigg, 962-2309,109
6:20 2:45
6:25 3:12 46
6:26 3:10 102
6:27 3:08
6:29 3:06' 1791
6:30 3:04 1
6:34 3:02
6:36 3:00 1
6:40 2:54
6:46 2:52
6:47 2:50
6:48 2:48 2760
6:49 2:46
6:50 2:44 12
6:50 2:42 295
6:52 2:40 55
6:55 2:38 1809
7:00 2:36 1063
Robin Oaks, 962-2801,107
6:45 2:55 8161
6:55 2:52 7400
7:00 2:50 129'
7:04 2:48 453
7:10 2:46
7:17 2:44 1007
7:19 2:42
7:20 2:40
Sarah Langston, 962-4242,103
6:20 3:32 1691
6:30 3:30
6:31 3:27 92
6:32 3:22
6:33 3:20
6:38 3:15 302
6:42 3:09 2924
6:44 3:07 3166
6:46 3:05 3267
6:48 3:00 3514
6:55 2:57

Tower Rd.
Fishing Fool St./Lake Essay Dr.
Fishing Fool St.'/Spruce Ave.
Fishing Fool St./Jer-Be-Lou Circle
Ida St./Britton Dr.
Center St.
Lake Ave.
Westview St./Chehaw St.
Center St./Chehaw St.
Center St.
Otter Lake Rd.
Francis Ave.
Francis Ave.
Lucy Lane
Levy Bay Rd.
Alapaha Dr.
Clark Dr.
Carraway Cutoff/Stoney Lane
Posey Rd.

Tower Rd.
Mashes Sands Rd./Pompano Dr.
Mashes Sands Rd./Sunrise Lane
Mashes Sands Rd.
Surf Rd./Bay Dr.
'Surf Rd./Gentleman Rd.
Pelican Way/Elberta Ct.
Lakewood Dr.
Surf Rd./Shoreline Dr.
Coastal Hwy.
Wakulla Circle
Coastal Hwy./Tarpine Dr.
Aucilla St./Harrison St.
Aucilla St.
Coastal Hwy./Rock Landing
Coastal Hwy.
Coastal Hwy./Mound St. (Crums Mini Mall)
Dickson Bay Rd./Ed Hartsfield Rd.
Dickson Bay Rd./T. Barwick Rd.
T. Barwick Rd./Joe Mack Smith Rd.
Bottoms Rd./Normans Way
Coastal Hwy./Boykin Rd.
Coastal Hwy.

Family Circle
Surf Road
'Sopchoppy Hwy.
Sopchoppy Hwy./Allen St.
Sopchoppy Hwy./Stacey Lane
Sopchoppy Hwy.
P.A. Sanders Rd.
Dinosaur Lane
Sopchoppy Hwy./Otter Creek Rd.
Nichols Rd.

Persimmon Rd./Mt. Beasor
Persimmon Rd.
Oak Pdrk Rd./Mt. Beasor
Oak Park Rd.
Oak Park Rd.
Railroad Ave./Pull Back Rd.
Railroad Ave./Doc Simmons Rd.
Railroad Ave./Wakulla St.
Railroad Ave./Byrd St.
Winter St./Clermont Ave.
Sopchoppy Hwy./Allen Bell Rd.
Baptist Hill Rd.
Allen Green Rd.
Allen Green Rd.
Pink Green Rd.

Hwy. 319 & Harms Rd.
Sanders Cemetery Rd.
Sanders Cemetery Rd.
Sanders Cemetery Rd.
Curtis Mills Rd.
Mackery Woods Rd.
Jamie Campbell St./Gretchen Rd.
Daughtry Lane/Eunice Rd.
Oak State Park/Dump Station
E.M. Davis Rd./Sopchoppy Hwy.
Sopchoppy Hwy/Claxton Vause Sr. Rd.
Sopchoppy Hwy.
Sopchoppy Hwy./Beasley Rd.
McKenzie Place
Park Ave.
Summer St.
Sopchoppy Hwy.
Sopchoppy Hwy. (Buckhorn Cafi)

Smith Creek Hwy.
Smith Creek Hwy.
Cherokee Dr.
Seminole Lane
Sopchoppy IGA
Sopchoppy Hwy.
Sopchoppy Hwy./Sanders Hill Rd.
Sopchoppy Hwy./Robbers Roost

Smith Creek Hwy.
Smith Creek Hwy./Jack Langston Rd.
Jack Langston Rd.
Jack Langston Rd./Gerbarjo St.
Jack Langston Rd./Easy Street
Ted Langston Rd.
Smith Creek Hwy.
Smith Creek Hwy.
Smith Creek Hwy.
Smith Creek Hwy.
Smith Creek Hwy/Syfrette Creek Rd.


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6:54 2:47
6:55 2:45 200
7:02 2:40
Christine Vick, 210-0504, 86
6:40 2:59
6:41 2:57
6:42 2:55 239
6:43 2:53 293
6:44 2:48 401
6:50 2:45 72
6:55 2:42
6:56 2:40
Amanda Harrell, 284-0740, 90
6:35 3:04
6:36 3:02
6:37 3:00 550
6:38 2:58
6:39 2:56 881
6:40 2:54
6:41 2:52 953
6:42 2:50 1019
6:43 2:48
6:44 2:46 1189
6:45 2:44
6:46 2:42
6:50 2:40 4062
Martha McLeod, 421-2671, 83
6:30 3:20 413
6:30 3:18 310
6:32 3:15
6:40 3:08
6:45 3:01
6:47 2:59 158
6:48 2:57
6:49 2:55 393
6:50 2:53 427
6:53 2:51 119
6:54 2:49
6:55 2:47
6:56 2:45 22
Jennifer Enos, 925-6532,99
6:40 2:58
6:43 3:04 172
6:44 3:02 128
6:45 3:00 28
6:50 2:55 3106
6:51 2:53 2959
6:52 2:51 2807
6:52 2:49 2771
6:53 2:47 2686
6:54 2:45 2421
7:00 2:43
7:05 2:41
7:06 2:39
7:07 2:37 1056
7:08 2:35
Barbara Walden, 421-2430, 89.
6:30 3:16
6:31 3:14
6:32 3:11 584
6:34 3:09 209
6:36 3:07 7
6:40 3:03 26
6:41 3:01 52
6:42 2:59
6:43 2:57
6:44 2:55 228
6:45 2:53
6:46 2:51 456
6:47 2:49
6:48 2:47 161
6:52 2:45
Lucy Johnson, 421-8265, 84
6:30 3:08 55
6:32 3:06 19
8:34 3:04 58;
6:36 3:02 218
6:38 3:00 132
6:40 2:56 114
6:41 2:54 184
6:45 2:52 199
6:46 2:50 250
6:55 2:42
6:56 2:40
Billy Hanway, 926-5448,10
6:40 3:06
6:41 3:04 1748'
6:43 3:02 218
6:44 3:00 82
6:46 2:58
6:49 2:56
6:50 2:54
6:51 2:52
6:54 2:51
6:55 2:47 51
6:56 2:45 57
Ann Langston, 421-2083,1
6:30 3:18 110
6:31 3:16 216
6:32 3:14
6:33 3:12
6:35 3:10 3989
6:37 3:08 163
6:40. 3:06 84
6:42 3:04 154
6:44 3:02 251
6:49 3:00
6:50 2:58 109
6:50 2:56 57
6:51 2:54 48
6:52 2:52
6:52 2:50 76
6:53 2:48
6:54 2:46
6:55 2:44 3599
6:57 2:42 3181
6:58 2:40 2466
Brenda Clemons, 576-9015, 9
6:30 3:04
6:35 3:02
6:36 3:00
6:37 2:58 93
6:39 2:56 319
6:42 2:54
6:43 2:52 587,
6:44 2:50
6:48 2:44
6:50 2:42
6:51 2:40 ; 96
Mandy Bewick, 421-1989, 92
6:30 2:51
6:32 2:53-
6:33 2:55 143
6:34 2:57 209
6:36 2:59
6:38 3:01 414
6:39 3:03 465
6:42 3:05 109

6:50 2:46 792
6:51 2:44 882
6:55 2:42 1817
6:56 2:40 1949
Dorothy Denmon, 926-1971,117
6:30 3:00
6:31 3:02 294
6:33 3:04
6:36 3:06
6:38 3:08
6:39 3:10' 116
6:40 3:12 112
6:41 2:58 98
6:42 2:56 85
6:47 2:54 40
6:48 2:52
6:49 2:50 46
6:50 2:48 153
6:51 2:46

Cooperwood Rd./Tracy Lane
Cooperwood Rd..
Wakulla Springs Back Entrance

Bob Miller Rd./Powerlines
Bob Miller Rd./Capt. James Rd.
Bob Miller Rd.
Bob Miller Rd.
Ashley Hall Rd.
Emily Lane
Old Shell Point Rd./Belln Court
Old Shell Point Rd./Ball Court

Old Woodville Hwy.
Old Woodville Hwy./Bob Miller Rd.
Old Woodville Hwy.
Old Woodville Hwy./Dogwood Forest Rd.
Old Woodville Hwy.
Old Woodville Hwy./T.W. Woods Rd.
Old Woodville Hwy.
Old Woodville Hwy.
Old Woodville Hwy./Corkey St.
Old Woodville Hwy.
Old Woodville Hwy./Springwood Blvd.
Old Woodville Hwy./Hidden Valley Lane
Bloxham Cutoff Rd.

Old Magnolia Rd.
Old Magnolia Rd.
Old Magnolia Rd./Old Plank Rd.
Bus Shelter Spanish Moss Lane
Woodville Hwy./C.J. Loop
Woodville Hwy.
Woodville Hwy./Owen Dr.
Woodville Hwy.
Woodville Hwy.
Savannah Rd.
Savannah Rd./Tree Frog Lane
Savannah Rd./Culbreath Lane
Savannah Rd.

Woodville Hwy./Sharman Circle
Ann Circle'
Ann Circle
Ann Circle
Shadeville Rd.
Shadeville Rd.
Shadeville Rd.
Shadeville Rd..
Shadeville Rd.
Shadeville Rd.
Wakulla Education Center
Spring Creek Hwy./Southem Dr.
Spring Creek Hwy./Dixie Dr.
Spring Creek Hwy.
Spring Creek Hwy./Wakulla Arran Rd.

Ace High Stables Rd./Walden Rd.
Ace High Stables Rd./Andrew Lane
Ace High Stables Rd.
Ace High Stables Rd.
Ace High Stables Rd.
Summerwind Circle East
Summerwind Circle East
Summerwind Circle South/Blueberry Lane
Summerwind Circle South/Hudson Lane
Summerwind Circle South
Summerwind Circle West/Sunset Lane
Summerwind Circle North
Summerwind Circle North/Hudson Lane
Summerwind Circle North
Woodville Hwy./Owen Dr.

Summer Lane
S. Springwood Blvd.
Dorothy Loop
S. Springwood Blvd.
Basswood Dr.
Basswood Dr.
Mary Ann Dr.
Mary Ann Dr.
Tiger Hammock Rd./Passion Flower Lane
Mysterious Waters

Helena St./Woodville Hwy.
Woodvilld Hwy.
Pine Lane
Pine Lane
Pine Lane/Quail Run
Quail Run/Kinsey Rd.
Antler Run/Woodville Hwy.
Dempsey Rd./Woodville Hwy.
Card Lane & Hwy. 267'
Harrell Lane
Harrell Lane

Sam Smith Circle
Sam Smith Circle
Sam Smith Circle/Field Loop
Sam Smith Circle/Bloxham Cutoff Rd.
Bloxham Cutoff Rd.
Summerwood Dr.
Fallwood Lane
Fallwood Lane
Fallwood Lane
Bluebird Lane/Hollywood Way
Hollywood Way
Hollywood Way
Hollywood Way
Summerwood Dr./Hollywood Way
Summerwood Dr.
Bloxham Cutoff Rd./Canopy Lane
Bloxham Cutoff Rd./Sharonwood
Bloxham Cutoff Rd.
Bloxham Cutoff Rd.
Bloxham Cutoff Rd.

Springhill Rd./Seaboard Dr.
New Light Church Rd./Twilight Lane
New Light Church Rd./Sam Marks Rd.
Sam Marks Rd.
Sam.Marks Rd.
New Light Church Rd./Corbett Lane
New Light Church Rd..
New Light Church Rd./Log Cabin Rd.
Buck Miller Rd./Dylan Dr.
Buck Miller Rd./Gopher Scuffle Lane
Dan Miller Rd.

C.J. Spears Rd./Live Oak Rd.
Northwood Rd./Northwood Lane
Northwood Rd.
Northwood Rd.
Northwood Rd./West Run Rd.
Northwood Rd.
Northwood Rd.
Northwood Rd.

Crawfordville Hwy.
Crawfordville Hwy.
Bloxham Cutoff Rd.
Bloxham Cutoff Rd.

Crawfordville Hwy./Pixie Circle
Pixie Circle
Crawfordville Hwy./Dolly Dr.
Crestwood Drive/Crestwood Lane
Shepherdwood Dr./San Marcos Dr.
San Marcos Dr.
Tyner Dr.
San Marcos Dr.
San Marcos Dr.
Greenlea Circle
Greenlea Dr./Greenlea Circle
Greenlea Circle
Greenlea Circle
Greenlea Circle/Nancy Allen St.

6:52 2:44
6:55 2:42
6:56 2:40
Mary Williams, 766-1204,115
6:30 3:06
6:33 2:54
6:35 2:56
6:36 2:58
6:38 3:00
6:39 3:02
6:40 3:04
6:43 3:08
6:44 2:52
6:50 2:42
6:52 2:44
6:55 2:52
6:56 2:50
6:57 2:48
6:58 2:46
Carrie Duggar, 926-3776, 8
6:25 3:18
6:30 3:16
6:33 3:14
6:35 3:12
6:37 3:10
P.M. Only 3:08
6:41 3:06
6:43 3:04
P.M. Only 3:02
6:44 3:00
6:45 2:58
6:48 2:56
6:49 2:54
6:50 2:52
6:50 2:50
6:54 2:48
6:55 2:46
6:55 2:44
6:56 2:42
6:58 2:40
Angle Bailey, 926-4845,100
6:30 3:08
6:32 3:10
6:33 3:11
6:34 3:12
6:35 3:13
6:40 3:04,
6:45 3:03
6:46 3:00
6:48 2:58
6:49 2:56
6:51 2:53
6:52 2:48
6:54 2:47
6:58 2:42
7:00 2:40
7:02 2:39
7:04 2:35
Malda Timmons, 926-5492,105
6:30 3:04
6:32 3:02
6:33 3:00
6:34 2:58
6:37 2:56
6:38 2:54
6:43 2:50
'645 2:48
6:46 2:46
6:48 2:44
6:50 2:42
6:51 2:41
6:53 2:39
6:54 2:37
6:57 2:35
Jackie Waller, 519-1065,94
6:30 2:59
6:31 2:57
6:32 2:55
6:33 2:53
6:34 2:51
6:35 2:49
6:36 2:47
6:37 2:45
6:38 2:43
6:41 3:09
6:42 3:07
6:44 3:05
6:45 3:03
6:46 3:01
6:48 2:41
6:50 2:40
Ter Barksdale, 926-7761, 4
6:35 3:05
6:37 3:03
6:40 3:01
6:41 2:59
6:42 2:57
6:43 2:55
6:46 2:53
6:47 2:51
6:48 2:49
6:49 2:47
6:50 2:45
6:53 2:43
6:54 2:41
6:55 2:39
6:57 2:37
7:00 2:35
Amie Thomas, 926-3429, 76
6:40 2:40
6:45 2:42
6:46 2:44
6:47 2:46
6:48 2:48
6:50 2:53
6:51 2:55
6:52 2:57
6:53 2:59
6:55 3:01
Carmaletta Bryan, 519-0634, 5
6:40 2:40
6;:42 2:42
6:44 2:44
6:45 2:46
6:46 2:48
6:47 2:50
6:48 2:52
6:49 2:54
6:51 2:56
6:52 2:58
6:53 3:00
6:54 3:02
6:55 3:04
'6:57 3:06
6:59 3:08
7:00 3:10
7:01 3:12
7:03 3:14

Greenlea Circle/Centipede Dr.
154 Lonnie Raker Rd.
Lonnie Raker Rd./W.P. Strickland Lane

261 Springhill Rd.
Namon Spears Rd./Hilliardville Rd.
306 Hilliardville Rd.
288 Hilliardville Rd.
Guy Strickland Rd./Suzanne St.
Guy Strickland Rd./Libby Lane ,
Guy Strickland Rd./Smokey Hollow Dr.
Bloxham Cutoff Rd./R.L McDonald Rd.
1062 Bloxham Cutoff Rd.
191 Woodrich
225 Woodrich
35 Zion Hill Rd.
133 Zion Hill Rd.
138 Edgewood Dr.
28 Edgewood Dr.

904 Whiddon Lake Rd.
854 Whiddon Lake Rd.
848 Whiddon Lake Rd.
166 Old Field Rd.
145 Kasey Lane
215 Old Field Rd.
488 Whiddon Lake Rd.
Whiddon Lake Rd./Graveyard
255 Stokley Rd.
189 Stokley Rd.
Stokley Rd./David Kinsey Rd.
Whiddon Lake Rd./Coleman Rd.
213 Whiddon Lake Rd.
76 Whiddon Lake Rd.
1680 Crawfordville Hwy.
87 Whitlock Way
127 Whitlock Way
'190 Whitlock Way
Whitlock Way/Wythe Court
71 Wythe Court

Crawfordville Hwy./H.R. Linzy Lane
Crystal Lane/Russell Dr.
119 Crystal Lane
S Pearl Ave./Russell Dr.
56 Happy Time Dr.
Lonnie Raker Lane/Will Rd.
Lonnie Raker Lane/Boynton Ct.
1089 Lonnie Raker Lane
247 Sweetwater Circle
315 Sweetwater Circle
Lonnie Raker Lane/East Ivan Rd.
189 Emerald Acres Dr.
138 Garner Circle
436 East Ivan Rd.
S30. Sue Lane
Glover Lane/Ramblewood
E. Ivan Rd./Loblolly Dr.

50 Woodland Heritage Blvd.
211 Wildflower Lane
263 Limestone Lane
179 Limestone Lane
189 Forest Lane
149 Forest Lane
168 Old Bethel Rd.
67 JLuke Smith Rd.
124 Luke Smith Rd.
Old Bethel Rd./Gavin Rd.
739 Old Bethel Rd.
870 Old Bethel Rd.
Old Bethel Rd./Windwong Circle S.
Old Bethel Rd./Windsong Circle N.
Wakulla Arran Rd./KCL Rd.

Plantation Rd./Club House
702 River Plantation Rd.
645 River Plantation Rd. '
519 River Plantation Rd.
409 River Plantation Rd.
359 River Plantation Rd.
65 River Court
221 River Plantation Rd.
88 River Plantation Rd.
43 Timberwood Ct.
198 Mt. Zion Rd.
116 Herring Circle
161 Mt. Zion Rd.
96 Mt.Zion Rd.
Mt. Zion Rd./Hammock Trace,
Shadeville Rd./Hunter's Glen

305 Revell Rd.
106 Pimlico
Revell Rd./Chestnut Lane
Revell Rd./Saddletree Trail
Revell Rd./Carriage Dr.
90 Revell Rd.
Shadeville Rd./Gayla Ct.
Shadeville Rd./Holiday Dr.
Shadeville Rd./Renee St.
Brown Blvd./Renee St.
Brown Blvd./Jared St.
Shadeville Rd./Tickie Ridge
Shadeville Rd./Kenneth Circle
1204 Shadeville Rd.
Shadeville Rd./Atkinson Rd.
1385 Shadeville Rd.

154 Cajer Posey Rd.
Hickorywood/Maplewood Dr.
White Oak Dr./Maplewood Dr.
127 Beechwood Dr.
Beechwood Dr./Maplewood Dr.
Spoken Trail/Mohave Rd.
105 Spokan Trail
Catawba Trail/Blackfoot Rd.
39 Pueblo Trail
Pueblo Trail/Mohave Rd.

117 Apachees Rd.
196 Broken Bow Trail
Rochelsie Rd./Black Foot Rd.
Iroquois Rd./Brave Dr.
55 Iroquois Rd.
Sioux Trail/Rochelsie Rd.
Sioux Trail/Chippewa Rd.
60 Kiowa Trail
Kiowa Trail/Apachee Rd.
Apachees Rd./Navajo Trail
1670 Spring Creek Hwy.
1576 Spring Creek Hwy.
Spring Creek Hwy./Meredith Dr.
1327 Spring Creek Hwy.
117 Provo Place
52 Provo Place
1844 Spring Creek Hwy.
4121 Spring Creek Hwy.

Crawfordville Elementary School


Mandy Bewick, 421-1989, 92
7:50 3:47
7:53 3:49
8:00 3:55
8:01 3:57
8:03 3:591
8:05 4:01
8:09 4:03
8:15 3:45
Brenda Clemons, 576-9015, 9
7:55 3:55
7:56 3:57

C.J. Spears/Liveoak Lane
Northwood Lane/Northwood Rd.
587 New Light Church Rd.
Newlight Church Rd./Sam Marks Rd.
29 Moonlight Lane
525 New Light Church Rd.
161 Fisher Creek Rd.
Crawfordville Hwy./Pinewood St.

27 Buck Miller Rd.
112 Buck Miller Rd.


7:57 3:59
7:58 4:01
7:59 4:03
8:00 4:05
8:05 3:50
8:12 3:47
8:13 3:45
8:20 3:40
Mary Williams, 766-1204,115
7:55 3:50
7:58 3:48
8:02 3:52
8:05 3:54
8:06 3:56
8:06 3:58
8:07 4:00
8:08 4:10
8:09 4:12,
8:12 4:03
8:15 4:05
8:16 4:07
S8:22 3:40
Dorothy Denmon, 926-1971,117
7:55 3:45
8:00 3:47
8:03 3:49
8:03 3:51
8:04 3:53
8:05 3:55
8:07 3:57
8:11 3:59
8:15 4:01
8:16 4:03
Pat Vice, 926-8064,121
7:55 4:04
7:56 4:02
7:57 4:00
7:59 3:58
8:00 3:56
8:02 3:54
8:03, 3:52
8:04 3:50
8:06 3:48
8:15 3:48
8:16 3:44
8:18 3:42
8:20 3:40
Angie Bailey, 926-4845,100
7:55 4:09
7:57 4:07
7:59 4:05
8:01 4:03
8:02 4:01
8:04 3:59
8:05 3:57
8:08 3:54
8:09 3:52
8:10 3:50
8:11 3:48
8:12 3:46
8:13 3:44
8:14' 3:42
8:15 3:40
Carrie Duggar, 926-3776, 8
7:55 4:16
7:58 4:14
8:01 4:12
8:03 4:10
8:05 4:08
8:06 4:06
8:06 4:04
8:07 4:02
8:11 4:00
8:13 3:58
8:16 3:56
8:18 3:54
8:20 :3:52
8:21 3:50
8:23 3:48
8:24 3:46
8:26 .3:44
8:27 3:42
8:28 3:40
Judith Costigan, 926-3497, 87
7:55 3:40
7:56 3:42
7:59 3:44
8:00 3:46
8:01 3:50
8:02 3:52
8:03 3:54
8:07 3:56
8:08 3:58
8:09 4:00
8:10 4:02
8:11 4:04
8:12 4:06
8:13 3:35
Julia Punphrey, 926-1118,103
7:40 4:12
7:50 4:10
7:52 4:08
7:53 4:06
7:55 4:04
7:58 4:02
7:59 4:00
8:00 3:58
8:06 3:56
8:08 3:54
8:09 3:52
8:10 3:50
8:11 3:49
8:15 3:47
8:17 3:45
8:18 3:43
8:25 3:41
8:26 3:39
8:28 3:37
8:30 3:35
Marcllla Dyke, 926-6239,114
8:10 4:03
8:12 4:01
8:16 3:59
8:17 3:57
8:20 3:55
8:21 3:53
'8:22 3:51
8:22 3:49
8:24 3:47
8:25 3:45
8:26 3:43
8:27 3:41
8:28 3:39
8:31 3:37
8:35 3:35
Glinda Hudson, 926-5829,116
8:00 3:51

8:02 3:49
8:04 3:47
8:05 3:45
8:06 3:43
8:08 3:41
8:10 3:39
8:11 3:37
8:12 3:35
Martha Webster, 926-7163, 82
8:00 3:58
8:02 3:56
8:03 3:54
8:04 3:52
8:06 3:50
8:07 3:48
8:08 3:48
8:09 3:44
8:10 3:42
8:12 3:38

Buck Miller Rd./Dylan Dr.
Buck Miller Rd./Dani-Rene Dr.
Buck Miller Rd./Sugar Cane Lane
Buck Miller Rd./Gopher Scuffle Lane
Crawfordville Hwy./Woodrich Rd.
62 Russell Rd.
48 Russell Rd.
Bridle Gate Ct./lvan Church Rd.

1062 Bloxham Cutoff Rd.
849 Bloxham Cutoff Rd.
95 Guy Strickland Rd.
278 Guy Strickland Rd.
Guy Strickland Rd./Libby Lane
7 Suzanne St.
Suzanne St./Michelle St.
237 Springhill Rd.
Springhill Rd./Seaboard Dr.
195 Hilliardville Rd.
288 Hilliardville Rd.
Hilliardville Rd./Naman Spears Rd.
Happy Time Day Care

967 Crawfordville Hwy.
255 Pixie Circle
203 Pixie Circle
192 Pixie Circle
166 Pixie Circle
30 Pixie Circle
Crawfordville Hwy./Dolly Dr.
Crestwood Lane/Crestwood Dr.
116 San Marcos Rd.
112 Tyner Dr.

108 W.P. Strickland Rd.
307 Lonnie Raker Lane
204 Lonnie Raker Lane
Thornwood Dr./Wilson Estates
12 Greenlea Dr.
125 Greenlea Circle
153 Greenlea Circle
Greenlea Circle/Nancy Allen Dr.
Greenlea Circle/Centipede Dr.
Lonnie Raker Lane/Almosta Rd.
Lonnie RakerLane/Cone Rd.
Lonnie Raker Lane/Boynton Ct.
275 Sweetwater Circle

E. Ivan Rd./Highland Dr.
Emerald Acres Rd./Kimberly Lane
492 Sue Lane
193 Glover Lane
41 Ramblewood Rd.
E. Ivan Rd./Loblolly Dr.
745 E. Ivan Rd.
Wakulla Arran Rd./Fox Run
Wakulla Arran Rd./Nine Gables
1096 Wakulla Arran Rd.
Wakulla Arran Rd./Jenny Lynn Rd.
980 Wakulla Arran Rd.
Wakulla Arran Rd./Swift Pass
791 Wakulla Arran Rd.
775 Wakulla Arran Rd.

119 Zion Hill Rd.
36 Edgewood Dr.
136 Edgewood Dr.
854 Whiddon Lake Rd.
606 Whiddon Lake Rd.
181 Kasey Lane
488 Whiddon Lake Rd.
Whiddon Lake Rd./Graveyard
255 Stokley'Rd.
Whiddon Lake Rd./David Kinsey Rd.
311 Whiddon Lake Rd.
50 Revatee Spears Rd.
Mayfair Dr./Satinwood Dr.
13 Satinwood Dr.
73 Mayfair Dr.
43 Mayfair Dr.
213 Whiddon Lake Rd.
162 Whiddon Lake Rd.
76 Whiddon Lake Rd.

1813 Crawfordville Hwy.
1773 Crawfordville Hwy.
87 WhitlockWay
127 WhitlockWay
139 Whitlock Way
201 Whitlock Way
Wythe Ct./Chance St.
1566 Crawfordville Hwy./Happy Times Nursery
85 Happy Time Dr.
46 Pearl Ave.
150 Crystal Lane
119. Crystal Lane
44 Crystal Lane
Crawfordville Hwy. to the Courthouse.

Wakulla Middle School
Aaron Strickland Rd./McCallister Rd.
49 Horseshoe Trail
92 Horseshoe Trail
207 Horseshoe Trail
7 Lauderdale Lane
Lauderdale Lane/Nature's Way
76 O'Neals Way
Crawfordville Hwy./Harvey Trailer Park
Elizabeth St./Catherine St.
Catherine St./Elizabeth ST.
Harry Morrison Rd./Catherine St.
78 Harry Morrison Rd.
Mose Strickland/Revadee Spears Rd.
,Three Sisters Rd./Revadee Spears Rd. '
249 Ivan Church Rd.
Weeping Willow Ct./Windy Ct.
74 Weeping Willow Ct.
87 Oak Street
Ochlockonee St./Sabel Palm Dr.

111 Bay Pine Dr.
165 Bay Pine Dr.
200 Bay Pine Dr.
270 Bay Pine Dr.
80 Shadow Oak Circle
125 Shadow Oak Circle
160 Shadow Oak Circle
Wakulla Arran Rd./Shadow Oak Circle
48 Magnolia Ridge
239 Magnolia Ridge
210 Magnolia Ridge
169 Magnolia Ridge
239 Magnolia Ridge (Friday Tum around for this stop)
Wakulla Arran Rd./Redwood Lane
228 Wakulla Arrran Rd.

WHS Bus Loading Area
Songbird Lane/Meadowlark Dr.

Songbird Lane/Sparrow Path
Cardinal Lane/Starling Trace
Fly Catcher/Magpie Trail
48 Magpie Trail
Fly Catcher Pass/Starling Trace
16 Cardinal Lane
Songbird Lane/Purple Martin Cove
Songbird Lane/Nuthatch Trail

57 Taff Dr. at Forestry Building
85 Mulberry Circle
192 Mulberry Circle
159 Trice Lane
Hummingbird Lane/Butterfly Ct.
66 Hummingbird Lane
Trice Lane/Country Way
Trice Lane/Camelot
Trice Lane/Talon Dr.
Arran Rd. at District Office

THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Aug. 3, 2006-Page 5B

8:13 3:35
Jennie King, 926-2309, 3
8:00 4:00
8:02 3:58
8:05 3:56
8:06 3:54
8:07 3:52
8:10 3:50
8:15 3:48
'8:16 3:46
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8:18 3:42
8:20 3:40
8:25 3:38
8:26 3:37
8:27 3:35
Phillis Thomas, 926-8687, 80
8:00 3:37
8:05 3:49
8:07 3:52
8:08 3:54
8:09 3:56
8:10 3:58
8:13 4:00
8:16 3:47
8:18 3:45
Sandra Jones, 926-4371,98
7:50 3:35
7:51 3:37
7:52 3:39
7:53 3:41
7:54 3:43
7:55 3:45
7:56 4:10
7:57 4:12
8:00 3:47
8:02 3:49
8:03 3:51
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8:05 3:53
8:07 3:55
8:10 3:57
8:11 3:59
8:15 4:00
8:16 4:02
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8:18 4:06
8:19 4:08
8:20 4:02
Lacy Sanders, 926-4845, 88
7:50 4:18
.7:55 4:15
7:58 4:13
7:59 4:11
8:00 4:09
8:02 4:07
8:03 4:05
8:04 4:03
8:08 4:01
8:10 3:59
8:11 3:57
8:12 3:55
8:13 3:53
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8:16 3:49
8:18 3:47
8:19 3:45
8:20 3:43
8:22 3:41
8:23 3:39
8:25 3:35

Duncan Dr.

82 Mimosa St.
Raker Lane/Harvey Pittman St.
154 Marie Circle
Marie Circle/Anna Dr.
34 Marie Circle
110 Allen Harvey St.
64 Allen Harvey St.
Allen Harvey St./Mimosa St.
117 Dogwood Dr.
Mary Ave./Dispennette Dr.
Bright Beginnings Day Care
High Dr./Old Courthouse Way
85 High Dr.
155 High Dr.

47 Bream Fountain Rd.
22 Feli Way (Dick Howser)
Shadeville Rd. & Ridgeway Ct.
Shadeville Rd. & Coral Way
SShadeville Rd. & Griffin Rd.
617 Shadeville Rd.
39 Powell Lane
Shadeville Rd. & Rocky Mountain Rd.
2809 Crawfordville Hwy. (Kountry Kids)

Tafflingqr Rd./Eighth Ave.
6 King Bee Dr.
Ted Lott Lane/King Bee Dr.
133 Melody Lane
50 Shar-Mel-Re Lane
59 Drew Lane
151 Rehwinkle Rd.
100 Rehwinkle Rd.
6 Inez Lane
Nelson Rd./Greiner's Lane
14 Nelson Rd.
25 Liberty Rd.
115 Liberty Rd.
81 Barber Rd.
181 Webster Rd.
213 Webster Rd.
370 Lower Bridge Rd.
330 Lower Bridge Rd.
287 Lower Bridge Rd.
232 Lower Bridge Rd.
317 Lower Bridge Rd.
Lower Bridge Rd./Adell Williams Rd.

91 Trumpet Lane
77 Bell Forbes Lane/Council Moore Rd.
47 Harvey Mill Rd.
Harvey Mill Rd./Mill Hollow Dr.
12 Harvey Mill Rd.
284 Kathy Ann Dr.
36 Desmond St.
239 Harvey Mill Rd.
270 Lawhon Mill Rd.
Mill Creek Rd./Fluffy Trail
92 Mill Creek Rd.
155 Mill Creek Rd.
172 Mill Creek Rd.
Bostic Pelt Rd./Carmel Lane
281 Bostic Pelt Rd.
922 Arran Rd.
Arran Rd./Tolkien Way
Arran Rd./Lost Creek Trail
Arran Rd./Tall Timbers
82 Fox Hollow Lane
302 Government Rd.

Medart Elementary School


Marian Rudd, 962-4521, Co. Van
7:39 4:10
7:46 4:20
8:03 3:52
8:05 3:50
Robin Oaks, 962-2801,107
7:35 3:40
7:45 4:03
7:50 4:07
8:00 4:00
8:15 3:58
8:18 3:55
8:20 3:53
8:22 3:51
8:24 3:48
8:26 3:46
8:30 3:44
8:35 3:42
Janet Grigg, 962-2309,109
7:50 4:05
7:51 4:03
7:52 4:01
7:53 3:59
7:54 3:57
7:55 3:55
7:56 3:53
7:57 3:51
8:00 3:49
8:05 3:47
8:08 3:45
8:10 3:43
8:15 3:41
8:16 3:39
8:17 3:37
8:18 3:35
Julie Henderson, 926-1060,118
7:40 3:52
7:42 3:50
7:44 3:48
7:45 3:46
7:48 3:44
7:49 3:42
7:51 3:40
7:53 4:17
7:56 4:15
7:57 4:13
7:58 4:11
7:59 4:09
8:00 4:07
8:04 4:05
8:05 4:00
8:08 3:58
8:12 3:56
8:15 3:54
8:20 3:35
Beth Nichols, 962-2150,111
7:55 4:08
7:57 4:06
7:58 4:04
8:00 4:02
8:01 4:00
8:02 3:58
8:05 3:56
8:06 3:54
8:08 3:52
8:12 3:50
8:15 3:46
8:19 3:39
8:20 3:41
8:22 3:43
8:23 4:37
Ramona Langston, 984-3162,7
8:00 3:47
8:01 3:45
8:05 4:03
8:07 4:05
8:10 4:07
8:11 4:09

Smith Creek Highway
Smith Creek Highway
Smith Creek Highway
Smith Creek Highway

WHS Bus Loading Area
Sopchoppy Hwy./Sanders Hill Rd.
2100 Sopchoppy Hwy.
Curtis Mills Rd./Tucker Springs Rd.
773 Wood Lake Rd.
138 KellyRd.
129 Cherokee Dr.
81 Rose St.
Sopchoppy Hwy./Burge Village Dr.
Sopchoppy Hwy./White Park Dr.
1735 Sopchoppy Hwy.
Sopchoppy Hwy./Otter Creek Rd.
Sopchoppy Hwy./Robbers Roost'
631 Sopchoppy Hwy.

McKenzie Place/Park Ave.
302 Park Ave.
251 Sopchoppy City Park
27 Sheldon St.
Sheldon St./Orange Ave.
Summer St./Park Ave.
13 Dickson St.
48 Faith Ave.
Winter St./Clermont Ave.
160 P.A. Sanders Rd.
159 Dinosaur Lane
62 Dinosaur Lane
158 Nichols Rd.
210 Nichols Rd.
52 Cruse Rd.
Sopchoppy Hwy./Nichols Seafood

1796 Sopchoppy Hwy.
1914 Sopchoppy Hwy.
2058 Sopchoppy Hwy.
122 Roddenberry Rd.
2434 Sopchoppy Hwy.
2500 Sopchoppy Hwy.
2812 Sopchoppy Hwy.
Sopchoppy Hwy./E.M. Davis
46 Sanders Cemetery Rd.
102 Sanders Cemetery Rd.
Sanders Cemetery Rd./Palegic Place
199 Sanders Cemetery Rd.
Sanders Cemetery Rd./Natural Springs Rd.
1791 Curtis Mills Rd. i
14 Pamela Place (Mackery Landing)
Eunice Rd./Daughtry Lane
Sopchoppy Hwy./Claxton Vause Sr. Rd.
Argyle St./Yellow Jacket Lane
12 Allen Bell Rd.

Mt. Beasor Rd./Persimmon Rd.
134 Fonigan Rd.
83 Fonigan Rd.
501 Persimmon Rd.
688 Persimmon Rd.
712 Persimmon Rd.
860 Oak Park Rd.
686 Mt. Beasor Rd.
Oak Park Rd./Doc Simmons Rd.
4 Wakulla St.
34 Family Circle Rd.
53 Baptist Hill Rd.
84 Baptist Hill Rd.
115 Allen Green Rd.
Sopchoppy Hwy./Allen St.

460 Coastal Hwy.
Coastal Hwy./Tarpine Dr.
Surf Rd./Gentleman Rd.
Pelican Way/Elberta Ct.
72 Silver Acres Rd.
94 Lakewood Dr.

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8:19 4:00
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8:24 3:53
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8:28 3:47
8:32 3:39
8:33 3:37
Janet Anderson, 984-5257,79
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8:02 3:57
8:07 3:55
8:10 3:53
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8:15 3:49
8:19 3:47
8:20 3:45
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Evelyn Homan, 984-8838, 91


Jessica Roberts, 962-3933,81
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7:56 3:37
7:57 3:47 33
7:58 3:49 54
8:04 3:41 239
8:05 3:43
8:06 3:45
8:08 3:45
8:14 3:43
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8:16 3:39 4250
8:20 3:54 50
8:21 3:52 81
8:22 3:50 105
8:24 3:39
8:25 3:41
Janet Dailey, 926-2066, 85
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7:52 4:12 188
7:53 4:10 130
7:54 4:08 82
7:57 4:06
8:00 4:04
8:12 5:02' 122
8:05 3:59
8:17 3:57
8:18 3:55 87
8:19 3:53 41
8:20 3:51
8:21 3:49
8:23 3:47 2
8:25 3:45 376
8:30 3:39 157
8:31 3:37 111
8:32 3:35 88
Lessie Crum, 926-5314, 6
7:45 3:35
7:53 4:07
7:54 4:05 835
7:55 4:09
7:58 4:11 341
7:59 4:13 391
8:00 4:15 428
8:01 4:17 506
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8:03 4:20 615
8:10 4:00 330
8:16 3:56
8:17 3:54 9
8:18 3:52
8:19 3:50
8:25 3:48 60
8:26 3:46 182
8:27 3:44
8:28 3:42 67
8:29 3:40
8:30 3:38 91
Debbie Pierotti; 925-7879,93
7:53, 3:45 29
7:55 3:47 65
7:57 3:49 103
8:00 3:51 5
8:05 3:53 158,
8:06 3:55 177
8:08 3:57 18
8:10 3:59 146
8:11 4:01 35
8:12 4:03 50
8:17 4:07 5
8:18 4:09 39
8:19 4:12 74
8:20 4:14 2524
8:21 4:16 2552
8:28 3:41 2837
8:30 3:37 41
Laura Greenwood, 926-8035,119
7:36 4:07 59
'7:44 3:49.
7:45 3:50
7:46 3:51
7:47 3:53 85
7:48 3:49
.7:49 3:55
7:50' 3:56 81
7:51 3:57 30
7:52 3:48
7:54 4:13
7:55 4:15 101
7:58 4:04
7:59 4:03 84
8:00 4:02 46
8:02 4:00
8:05 3:45 61
8:07 3:43 152
8:08 3:42 63
8:10 3:40 1217
Deloris Robison, 926-4146,122
7:45 4:14
7:49 4:12
7:54 4:10 174
7:56 4:08
8:00 4:06 3408
8:02 4:04 3464
8:04 4:02 3594
8:08 4:00 4125
8:12 3:58
8:14 3:56
8:16 3:54 680

1767 Surf Rd.
1905 Surf Rd.
Surf Rd./Riverview Rd.
2519 Surf Rd.
2761 Surf Rd.
42 Coastal Hwy./Surf Rd.
Mashes Sands Rd./Sunrise Lane
566 Mashes Sands Rd.
91 Wakulla Circle
41 Wakulla Circle
Coastal Hwy./Palmdale St.
Coastal Hwy./Division St.

23 Levy Bay Rd4
89 Withlachoochee Ave.
121 Mississippi St.
101 Mississippi St.
64 Mississippi St.
Dickson Bay Rd./Taylor St.
76 Tully Ave.
87 T. Barwick Rd.
252 Bottoms Rd.
Carraway Cutoff Rd./Stoney Rd.

103 Center St.
33 Bayberry Lane
57 ChehawSt.

245 Otter Lake Rd.
29 Lake Ave.
51 Center St.
Lake Ave./Westview St.
71, Spruce Ave.
Britton Dr./Ida St.
225 Jer-Be-Lou Blvd.
208 Jer-Be-Lou Blvd.
25 Fishing Fool St.
Fishing Fool St./Lake Essay Dr.
169 Otter Lake Rd.
77 Francis Ave.
45 Francis Ave.'
33 Lucy Lane
126 Otter Lake Rd.
Otter Lake Rd./Pigott Rd.
136 OtterLake Rd.
Fishing Fool St./Eleanor Ave.
5 TowerRd.
24 Tower Rd.'
92 Tower Rd.

Crawfordville Hwy./Eden Springs
Crawfordville Hwy./Alaska Way
Lisa Dr.
Lisa Dr.
Hill Green Rd.
Greenlin Villa Rd./Hill Greene Rd.
End of Greenlin Villa Rd./Crawfordville Hwy.
Crawfordville Hwy./MoHill Rd.
Crawfordville Hwy./Woodland Dr.
Crawfordville Hwy.
Crawfordville Hwy.
Dreamwood Stables Rd.
Dreamwood Stables Rd.
Dreamwood Stables Rd.
Crawfordville Hwy./Fish Hawk Trace
Crawfordville Hwy./Eli Carter Rd.

Emmett Whaley Rd.
Emmett Whaley Rd.
Emmett Whaley Rd.
Emmett Whaley Rd.
Lawhon Mill Rd./Eddins Lane
Mathers Farm Rd./Horace Trail
Lake Ellen Circle
Henry Dr./Linda St.
Merwyn Dr./Peggy St.
Lake Ellen Dr.
Lake Ellen Dr.
Lake Ellen Dr./Pam Dr.
Kay St./Stanley Dr.
Franklin Dr.
Floyd Gray Rd.
Carter Rd.
Purify Bay Rd..
Posey Rd.

Wakulla High School
Rehwinkle Rd./Old Town Hammock
Rehwinkle Rd.
Brooke Forest Rd. (Stop 200 feet into)
Oakwood Trail
Oakwood Trail
Oakwood Trail
Oakwood Trail
Oakwood Trail
Oakwood Trail
J.K. Moore Rd.
Coastal Hwy./Fairway Dr.
Serafina Lane
Serafina Lane/Madeline Dr.
Coville St./Rutland Rd.
Evalinda St.
Casora Dr.
Casora Dr./Dempsey's Dr.
Evalinda St.
EvalindaSt./Glover Daddy Rd.
Casora Dr.

Sink Dr.
Turkey Run Rd.
Turkey Run Rd.
Brown Donaldson Rd.
Brown Donaldson Rd.
Brown Donaldson Rd.
Brown Donaldson Rd.
Mohave Rd.
Kickapoo St.
Quapaw St.
Stephens Donaldson Rd.
Stephens Donaldson ld.
Stephens Donaldson Rd.
Spring Creek Hwy.
Spring Creek Hwy.
Coastal Hwy.
Edgar Pool Rd.

Parkside Circle
Lower Bridge Rd./Beeler Rd.
Lower Bridge Rd./J.R. Milton Rd.
Lower Bridge Rd./Haida Trail
Paulette Dr.
E.J. Stringer Rd./Summer Brooke Lane
Summer Brooke Lane/Chickat Trail
Chickat Trail
Chickat Trail
Lower Bridge Rd./Black Foot Rd.
Cayuse Dr./Klamath Rd.
Cayuse Dr./Arikara Dr.
Dakota Dr./Squaw Rd.
Dakata Dr.
Dakota Dr.
Redman Rd./Squaw Rd.
Appaloosa Rd.
Palomino Rd.
Palomino Rd.
Lower Bridge Rd.

Kornegay Way/Canal St. (Oyster Bay)
Shell Point/Fire Station
Beaty Taff Rd.
Shell Point Bus Shelter
Spring Creek Hwy.
Spring Creek Hwy.
Spring Creek Hwy.
Spring Creek Hwy.
Jack Crum Rd./BB Circle
Jack Crum Rd./Alaska Brown Rd.
Jack Crum Rd.

Jack Crum Rd.
Jack Crum Rd.
Wildwood Dr.
Country Club Dr.
Country Club Dr.
Jane Dr.
Jane Dr.
Jane Dr.
Jean Drive
Jean Drive
Wakulla Middle School

8:18 3:52
8:20 3:50
8:25 3:35
8:26 3:37
8:27 3:39
8:28 3:40
8:29 ,3:42
8:30 3:43
8:31 3:44
8:32 3:45
Grace DeLong, 925-0332,104
7:53 4:14
7:57 4:12
7:59 4:10
8:00 4:08
8:04 4:06
8:05 4:04
8:06 4:02
8:08 4:00
8:09 3:58
8:10 3:56
8:11 3:54
8:13 3:52
8:16 3:50
8:18 3:48
8:20 3:46
8:22 3:44
8:25 3:42
8:27 3:40
8:31 3:38
8:35 3:36
8:36 3:35

Shadeville Elementary School



Sharon Wisham, 926-2714, 96
8:05 4:00
8:08 .3:48
8:09 3:47
8:10 3:45
8:14 3:48
8:15 3:50
8:17 3:52
8:18 3:39,
8:20 3:37
8:25 3:35
Joyce Riggs, 421-2237,2
8:00 4:14
8:02 4:12
8:04 4:10
8:05 4:08
8:07 4:06
8:09 ,4:04
8:10 4:02
8:12 4:00
8:14 3:58
8:15 3:56
8:17 3:54
8:19 3:52
8:22 3:50
8:24 3:48
8:25 3:46
8:26 3:44
8:27 3:42
8:30 3:41
Christine Vick, 210-0504,86
8:01 4:14
8:02 4:12
8:03 4:10
8:04 4:08
8:05 4:06
' 8:06 4:04
8:07 4:02
8:08 4:00
8:08 3:58
8.:09 3:56
8:10 3:54
8:12 3:52
8:13 3:50
8:14 3:48
8:15 3:46
8:16 3:44
8:18 3:42
8:20 3:37
8:25 3:35
Amanda Harrell, 284-0740; 90
8:00 4:04
8:05 4:02
8:06 4:00
8:07 3:58
8:08 3:56
8:09 3:54
8:10 3:52
8:11 3:50
8:12 3:48
8:23 3:37
8:26 3:35
Barbara Walden, 421-2430, 89
7:55 4:09
8:00 4:07
8:02 4:05
8:04 4:03
8:06 4:01
8:07 3:59
8:08 3:57
8:09 3:55
8:11 3:53
8:14 3:51
8:15 3:49
8:17 3:47
8:19 3:45
Martha McLeod, 421-2671, 83
7:45 4:19
7:47 4:17
7:48 4:15
7:49 4:13
7:57 4:12
8:05 4:20
8:06 4:18
8:20 4:00
8:30 4:18
Lucy Johnson, 421-8265, 84
7:53 4:17
7:55 4:15
8:00 4:13
8:01 4:11
8:02 4:09
8:03 4:07
8:05 4:05
8:06 4:03
8:08 4:01
8:10 3:58
8:11 3:56
8:14 3:54
8:15 3:53
8:16 3:51
8:19 3:49
8:22 3:47
8:25 3:45
8:30 3:35
Jennifer Enos, 925-6532,99
8:05 4:12
8:07 4:10
8:08 4:08
8:09 4:06
8:11 4:04
8:13 4:02
8:15 4:00
8:20 3:48
8:21 3:46
8:22 3:44
8:23 3:42
8:25 3:40

Woodville Hwy./Sharman Circle
Woodville Hwy.
Ann Circle
Ann Circle
Ann Circle
Ann Circle
Ann Circle
Savannah Rd.
Savannah Rd./Tree Frog Lane
Savannah Rd.
Savannah Rd.
Woodville Hwy.

367 Wakulla Springs Rd.
34 Royal Oaks Ct.
43 Royal Oaks Ct.
End of Royal Oaks Cl.
Wakulla Springs Rd./Quail Court
Wakulla Springs Rd./Richland Rd.
300 Wakulla Springs Rd.
766 Wakulla Springs Rd.
830 Wakulla Springs Rd.
70 Roberts Williams Rd.

Cooperwood Rd./Mose Gavin Rd:
Cooperwood Rd./Vertia Mae Rd.
348 Cooperwood Rd.
Cooperwood Rd./Rayvn Rd.
401 Ashley Hall Rd.
McMahan Dr./Oakmont Dr.
Oakmont Dr./Sheila Dr.
123 Oakmont Dr.
113 McMahan Dr.
Richardson Rd./McMahan Dr.
Richardson Rd./Roger Rd.
107 Staten Rd.
687 Bob Miller Rd.
157 Ashley Hall Rd.
127 Ashley Hall Rd.
77 Ashley Hall Rd.
Countyline Rd./Ashley Hall Rd.
Countyline Rd./Wakulla Springs Rd.

15 Bob Miller Rd.
Bob Miller Rd./Powerlines
Bob Miller Rd./Capt. James Rd.
231 Bob Miller Rd.
301 *Bob.MillerRd.
!37."FinnerRd. ."
62 Finner Rd.
Finner Rd./J.& K. Lane
295 Centerline Circle
98 Centerline Circle
405 Bob Miller Rd.
489 Bob Miller Rd.
Bob Miller Rd./Grantham Lane
605 Bob Miller Rd.
Bob Miller Rd./Payne St.
229 Ashley Hall Rd.
904 Old Shell Point Rd.
Old Shell Point Rd./Belin Ct.

Old Woodville Hwy./Thomas Dr.
S7 Ace High Stables Rd.
16 Ace High Lane
209 Ace High Stables Rd.
Ace High Stables Rd./Walden Rd.
Ace High Stables Rd./Andrew Lane
474 Ace High Stables Rd.
485 Ace High Stables Rd.
471 Ace High Stables Rd.
Wakulla Educational Center
Spring Creek Hwy./Southem Dr.

Old Woodville Hwy./Dogwood Forest
94 Summerwind Circle North
52 Summerwind Circle East
131 Summerwind Circle East
Summerwind Circle WesVBlueberry Lane
Summerwind Circle North/Hudson Lane
228 Summerwind Circle South
Sunset Lane
111 Summerwind Circle West
456 Summerwind Circle North .
313 Summerwind Circle North
254 Summerwind Circle North
14 Summerwind Circle North

469 Woodville Hwy.
393 Woodville Hwy.
Woodville Hwy./Owen Dr.
221 Woodville Hwy.
Spanish Moss Lane at Bus Shelter
425 Old Magnolia Rd.
413 Old Magnolia Rd.
C.J. Loop
158 Woodville Hwy.

Old Woodville Hwy/ Hidden Valley Lane
Old Woodville Hwy./Cumberland Trace
8 T.W. Wood Rd.
Old Woodville Hwy./T.W. Wood
953 Old Woodville Hwy.
1019. Old Woodville Hwy.
1189 Old Woodville Hwy.
19 South Springwood Blvd.
33 Dorothy Loop
178 Dorothy Loop
233 Dorothy Loop
237 Ridgewood Dr.
170 Ridgewood Dr.
146 Mary Ann Dr.
336 Mary Ann Dr.
81 Ridgewood Dr.
43 Ridgewood Dr.
Shadeville Rd./Hobby Brothers





7151 Coastal Hwy./Bike Trail
Fire Escape Rd./Ivy Adams St.
280 Shell island Rd.
440 Shell Island Rd.
71 Riverside Dr. (at intersection)
95 Tallahassee Ave. (at intersection)
Terminal Dr./Port Leon Dr. (at intersection)
Port Leon Dr. at Villages of St. Marks
181 Port Leon Dr.
Coastal Hwy./Port Leon Dr. (at Express Lane)
7151 Coastal Hwy./Bike Trail
Coastal Hwy./River Plantation Rd.
Lower'Bridge Rd./Tharpe Lane
358 Triplett Rd.
150 Triplett Rd.
7 DavisvilleWay
158 Obediah TriplettRd.
Obediah Triplett Rd./Tall Pine Lane
Coastal Hwy./Horttor-Greene Rd.
Coastal Hwy./Mikes Paint & Body
2900 Coastal Hwy.


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Ann Langston, 421-2083,1
7:50 4:00
7:56 4:05
7:57 4:06
7:58 4:07
8:02 4:08
8:03 4:11
8:08 4:02
8:10 4:01
8:11 4:00
8:13 3:55
8:14 3:53
8:16 3:45
8:17 3:46
8:18 3:48
8:19 3:49
8:20 3:50
8:21 3:52
8:22 3:53
Billy Hanway, 926-5448,10
7:40 4:08
7:55 3:58
8:00 3:56
8:01 3:54
8:03 3:52
8:05 3:51
8:06 3:49
8:11 3:47
8:12 3:45
8:13 3:43
8:15 3:41
8:16 3:39
8:20 3:37
8:23 3:35
Jackie Waller, 519-1065,94
7:50 3:35
7:57 3:39
P.M. Only 3:43
8:05 3:45
8:06 3:47
8:08 3:49
8:12 4:01
8:13 4:03
P.M. Only 4:05
8:18 4:07
8:20 4:09
Carmaletta Bryan, 519-0634, 5
7:55 3:35
7:57 3:37
7:58 3:39
8:00 3:41
8:03 3:43
8:04 3:45
8:05 3:47
8:06 3:49
8:07 3:51
8:08 3:53
8:09 3:54
,8:10 3:568
8:11 3:58
8:12 4:00
8:13 4:02
8:15 4:04
8:17 4:06
Teri Barksdale, 926-7761, 4
7:55 4:05
7:57 4:03
7:58 4:01
7:59 3:59
8:01 3:57
8:02 3:55
8:03 3:53
8:04 3:51
8:05 3:49
8:06 3:47
8:08 3:45
8:09 3:43
8:11 3:41
8:13 3:39
8:15 3:37
8:17 3:35
Amie Thomas, 926-3429,76
7:55 3:37
7:57 3:39
7:59 3:41
8:01 3:43
8:03 3:45,
8:05 3:47
8:07 3:49
8:09 3:51
8:11 3:53
8:13 3:55
8:15 3:57
8:17 3:59
8:19 4:01
8:21 4:03
8:23 4:05
8:25 4:07
8:27 4:09
Malda Timmons, 926-5492,105
7:50 4:18
7:57 4:16
7:56 4:13
7:58 4:11
8:03 4:09
8:05 4:07
8:08 4:05
8:10 4:03
8:14 4:01
8:18 3:39
8:20 3:37
8:25 3:35

71 Page Oliver Rd.
198 Summerwood Dr.
306 Summerwood Dr.
Summerwood Dr./Redbud Lane
84 Fallwood Lane
251 Fallwood Lane
Bluebird Lane/Hollywood Way
109 Hollywood Way
57 Hollywood Way
Bloxham Cutoff Rd./Canopy Lane
Bloxham Cutoff Rd./Sharonwood Dr.
Sam Smith Circle/Field Loop
254 Sam Smith Circle
212 Sam Smith Circle
182 Sam Smith Circle
140 Sam Smith Circle
56 Sam Smith Circle
18 Sam Smith Circle'
Tharpe Lane/Lower Bridge Rd.
1748 Woodville Hwy.
219 Pine Lane
82 Pine Lane
Pine Lane/Quail Run
296 Quail Run
473 Quail Run
1467 Woodville Hwy.
Antler Run/Woodville Hwy.
Woodville Hwy./Dempsey Dr.
51 Harrell Lane
57 Harrell Lane
3106 Shadeville Hwy.
Shadeville Hwy./Pan Cera Dr.
1653 Shadeville Hwy.
Mysterious Waters 0 Bus Shelter
303 River Plantation Rd.
519 River Plantation Rd.
561 River Plantation Rd.
735 River Plantation Rd.
River Plantation Rd./River Ct.
63 River Plantation Rd.
Hammock Trace
127 Mt. Zion Rd.
245 Mt. Zion Rd.
7 Kiowa Trail
85 Feather Trail
Broken Bow Trail/Pawnee Trail
162 Broken Bow Trail
26 Mohican Trail
90 Mohican Trail
Brave Dr./lroquois Rd.
41 Iroquois Rd.
Rochelsie Rd./Sioux Trail
Broken Bow Trail/Sioux Trail
60 Sioux Trail
Apachee Rd./Navajo Trail
1648 Spring Creek Hwy.
Spring Creek Hwy./Meredith Dr.
1327 Spring Creek Hwy.
Spring Creek Hwy./Provo Place
4121 Spring Creek Hwy.
980 Lower Bridge Rd.
287 Revell Rd.
Revell Rd./Chestnut Lane
190 Revell Rd.
Carriage Dr./Farrier Lane
Chestnut Lane/Carriage Dr.
89 Pimlico Dr.
Equine Dr. & Carriage Dr.
22 Holiday Dr.
87 Holiday Dr.
812 Shadeville Rd.
Shadeville Rd./TlcIle Ridge
Shadeville Rd./Thames St.
Shadeville Rd./Kenneth Circle
Shadeville Rd./Atkinson Rd.
1385 Shadeville Rd.
154 Cajer Posey Rd.
Shadeville Rd./Gayla Ct.
57 Kirkland Dr.
Kirkland Dr./Renee St.
Brown Blvd./Renee St.
Brown Blvd./Jared St.
Brown Blvd./Jared St.
Hickorywood Dr./Maplewood Dr.
79 White Oak Dr.
127 Beechwood Rd.
223 Beechwood Rd.
16 Spoken Trail
Blackfoot Rd./Spokan Trail
104 Susquehanna Trail
Catawba Trail/Mohave Rd.
20 Pueblo Trail
102 Pueblo Trail
Bloxham Cutoff Rd./Woodland Heritage
180 Limestone Lane
156 Old Bethel Rd.
227 Old Bethel Rd.
57 Luke Smith Rd.
105 Luke Smith Rd.
124 Luke Smith Rd.
Old Bethel Rd./Gavin Rd.
739 Old, Bethel Rd.
Old Bethel Rd./Windsong Circle S
Old Bethel Rd./Windsong Circle N
1793 Wakulla ArranRd.

Wakulla High School To Begin Selling Parking Permits On August 8

Wakulla High School will
begin selling campus parking
permits to incoming seniors on
Tuesday, Aug. 8.
The cost of the permit is $10
and there's a form that must be

submitted with payment. The
forms are available at the front
office now.
Juniors can buy parking per-
mits beginning Aug. 16.
The first day of classes is



Eye Examinations

Contact Lens Services
Treatment of Glaucoma &
Cataract Evaluation
Designer & Budget Frames
Accepting Medicare, Medicaid,
VSP, VCI, Spectera, Primary Plus
& CHP discount
Walk-ins Welcome, Appointments


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Monday, Aug. 14.
"For the first couple of weeks
of school, we won't enforce
parking rules," said Dean of Stu-
dents Buddy Tomaini. During
those first weeks, seniors and

juniors will be allowed to park
on campus without a permit.
For 10th graders seeking a
permit, they can make a special
request indicating the reason
they want one such as work
or participating in sports;
For more information on
permits, contact Tomaini at

Kids Are Back
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SCharter School

S Free Public School
Individualized Instruction
Strong Academic Program
Character Development
Art Music PE
STechnology Dance
Environmental Activities
SMarine Observation Tank
Butterfly Gardens
Free & Reduced
Breakfast & Lunch
School Bus Transportation
A Few Openings
Are Available
Pre-K through 8th Grade
CALL 925-6344
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School of Arts,
Science & Technology
S48 Shell Island Road
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The Wakulla County Health Depart-

ment will be offering two "back to

school shot clinics" in addition to

our regularly scheduled appoint-

ments. They will be held on August

11 and August 14 from 8 a.m. until

12 noon each day. No appointment

is necessary but parents will need to

bring in their child's immunization

records. If you have any additional

questions, please contact the health

department at 926-3591.

If you love Wakulla High football, make sure to

pick up a copy of this special August 24 edition

If you'd like to purchase an advertisement to promote

your local business-- or to support your favorite

War Eagle player or coach -- call

The Wakulla News at 926-7102


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Wakulla High's football season is right around

the corner, and we've got you covered.

On Thursday, August 24, The Wakulla News

will publish a special section

to salute the 2006 War Eagles.

Inside that section, you will find:





and much, much more.



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