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Police alert: lock your vehiclesA rash of vehicle burglaries in residential areas has prompted the Perry Police Department (PPD) to issue an alert for local residents: do not leave your cars and trucks unlocked. These are crimes of opportunities and the suspect(s) are breaking into vehicle which have been left unsecured, ofcers said.Rotary Club to host Father/Daughter DanceThe Perry Rotary Club will host its inaugural Father/ Daughter Dance on Friday, June 14, at the Perry Womans Club. Share a fun-lled evening with your little girl, organizers said. The event will begin at 6 p.m. and will feature a live DJ for dancing, food and door prizes. Tickets are $30 per couple and $10 for each additional guest (daughter). Tickets are available at the PerryTaylor County Chamber of Commerce, Java Depot or any Rotarian. All proceeds benet the Perry Rotary Club community service efforts.Library to be closed for Memorial DayThe Taylor County Public Library will be closed Saturday, May 25, and Monday, May 27, in observance of the Memorial Day holiday. The library will re-open Tuesday, May 28.Food distribution planned FridayJerkins Food Pantry will hold a food distribution Friday, May 24, from 8 a.m. to noon. The pantry is located at Jerkins Community Center.Register now for Summer VPKRegistration is underway for the Summer VPK Program at the Taylor County School Districts Child Development Center. Orientation (mandatory) will be held Wednesday, June 5, from 8 a.m. to 4p.m. Summer VPK will run from June 10 through July 26, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Monday through Friday). For additional information, contact Marsha Durden at 584-5679 on Tuesdays and Thursdays or call the Pre-K ofce at 838-2535.SAC meets ThursdayThe School Advisory Council (SAC) for Taylor County Elementary will meet Thursday, May 23, in the media center, at 2:30 p.m. Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1961 TacoTimes 50 One Section52nd year, No. 21www.perrynewspapers.comWednesdayMay 22, 2013 Index Editorial . .................. A-2 Living . ...................... A-4 Religion . ................... A-6 Sports . ..................... A-7 Community . ............. A-8 Classieds . .............. A-9Weather Wednesday 88 6530% Thursday89 6630% News Forum Girl, 9, bitten by pygmy rattlesnakeA nine-year-old Taylor County Elementary School student was bitten by a pygmy rattlesnake Sunday afternoon, May 19, and airlifted to Shands Hospital in Gainesville where she remains in serious condition. Madison Sadler and her family were on Cow Creek Grade (which is the road leading to Hickory Mound) when she stepped on the snake as she was getting out of their vehicle. Her mother, Summer Sadler, had just told them to watch out for snakes as Madison was getting out of the truck. She was wearing ip ops and the snake bit her on her left heel. My brother, Heath Sadler, grabbed the snake he caught it live and put it in a large McDonalds cup, Madisons aunt, Amanda Hart, said. They turned around and started heading back to town. Well as it happened, there was a report of a wreck down Highway 98 and an ambulance was already on its way down there as they were coming out from Cow Creek Grade. They met up with a deputy, who then got them to the ambulance, Relay For Life 2013 (Top photo) Relay For Life Honorary Chair Marilyn Johnson gives the thumbs up sign while leading track. Close behind her are members of Team Beverly, family and friends of Honorary Chair Beverly parents and two younger sisters when she was bitten by a rattlesnakes. Please see page 3 The current class of eighth graders at Steinhatchee School will be graduating in a few weeks and they could be the schools last with district ofcials considering a plan to eliminate middle school grades (sixth through eighth) at the Steinhatchee site, a move that would affect an estimated 31 students next year. The Taylor County School Board was expected to discuss the proposal during a workshop scheduled Tuesday evening prior to its regular board meeting. When asked Tuesday morning, Superintendent Paul Dyal conrmed that he would be presenting the proposal at the workshop with his recommendation to put it into place, adding that he expected the board to vote on the matter in June. Currently, Steinhatchee School teaches kindergarten Middle school grades cut? Please see page 3 Land clearing makes way for 2,000 cattle Land clearing is underway at Adena Springs Ranchs Taylor County property, which will be the future home of up to 2,000 grass-fed cattle. Adena Springs Project Manager Mark Roberts spoke to the Perry Rotary Club Tuesday, updating members on the operation, which hopes to have 4,000 acres of pasture land prepared by late fall with mother cows raising their calves at the site, which is on a total of 12,006 acres between Salem and Tennille. Adena Springs Ranch is located on 25,000 acres near Fort McCoy and is being developed by former auto parts billionaire Frank Stronach. In addition to the cattle ranch, Stronach plans to build a processing facility on the Marion County property which they expect to be online in October. Cows raised on the Taylor County land will be shipped to Fort McCoy for processing. The cattle will be grass-fed with no antibiotics and no hormones and will be not be conned to a feed lot, Roberts said. The company plans to sell the beef in restaurants they will open up and down the East Coast. The rst restaurant is expected to open early next year at Miamis Gulfstream Park, which Stronach also owns, with a second one currently planned for Ocala, Roberts said. Please see page 3 Rotary President Mark Viola, left, and May Program Chair Pam Parker, guest speaker Tuesday. Responding to Steinhatchee residents concerns over a pair of reported safety issues, the Taylor County Commission recently approved adding a four-way stop sign in one location and reducing the posted speed limit in another in the community. The board held a pair of public hearings on the changes at its May 6 meeting, drawing a handful of people speaking in favor and no one against. The rst issue was a four-way stop sign at the intersection of Second Avenue Southeast and Seventh Street Southeast. Several residents spoke about the danger posed to children attending the adjacent church with vehicles passing by faster than the posted speed limit. Stan Ridgeway said the roadway is used by outof-towners who ignore the speed limit but probably wont ignore a stop sign. Commissioner Jodie DeVane said the commission needs to do something and Commissioner Pat Patterson added that she was in total support of the safety of the children. The measure passed unanimously. The second issue involved reducing the speed limit on Park Avenue, between First Avenue Southeast and Riverside Drive, to 15 mph. Charlie Norwood said he supported the speed reduction and asked for a We love our children sign to be posted as well. Fellow Steinhatchee resident Meg Inorati concurred that there was a safety issue but expressed doubt that drivers would obey the new speed limit. She asked about the county installing speed bumps. County Administrator Jack Brown said the county does not typically install speed bumps, pointing out that the last ones installed near Hodges Park in Keaton Beach were ripped up within days. Commissioners asked for time to see if the reduced speed limit helped alleviate the problem. The board approved the measure unanimously. Commissioners respond to trafc safety concerns
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A-3 Taco Times May 22, 2013 A grocery and butcher shop in each restaurant will sell their products, which will also include free-range chickens and eggs raised at the Marion County site, he continued. People want to know where their food comes from, Roberts said. The cattle will be grass-fed their entire lives and will be kept in separate grazing areas throughout the farm. They will then be rotated, grazing on a variety of forage and crop types. CATTLE Continued from page 1Grocery, butcher shops planned through eighth grade, with high school students being taught at Taylor County High School in Perry. Under the proposal, Steinhatchee students would likewise be transported to Taylor County Middle School for classes. The district estimated there will be 31 students next year in grades six through eighth who would otherwise be taught at Steinhatchee School. Dyal said the primary reason behind the proposal is new middle school curriculum requirements included in recently passed Senate Bill 1076, which also changed Floridas graduation criteria, as well as previous legislation requiring pre-algebra and Algebra I Honors be offered to middle school students. We tried to offer [the algebra classes] through virtual school, but it didnt work, Dyal said, adding that they did not have a certied teacher at the school to teach the classes. Under the new legislation, middle schools must now offer career and technical education (CTE) courses which lead to more advanced courses offered at the high school level which in turn lead to industry certication. Additionally, middle schools must teach a civics course complete with an end-of-course exam, a class Dyal said would not be taught in Steinhatchee. My recommendation is to move the students to the middle school, Dyal said. These kids deserve the same opportunities. He also pointed to the school grading matrix, which includes 100 potential points for Algebra I and the CTE courses. Steinhatchee School is graded as a K-8 school. Without those programs, thats 100 points they couldnt get, Dyal said, adding that it could make the difference of a grade level for the school. Its not really fair to put them in that position. MIDDLE SCHOOL Continued from page 1 New standards prompt proposal Heroes Rise Taylor County veterans were honored during a special program held at First Presbyterian Church Thursday, May 16. The event was coordinated by local volunteers and supported by a number of local businesses. The program featured guest speakers and video-taped interviews with local Perry News-Herald. which was able to go ahead and take Madison to the hospital here. It turns out the other people were not hurt and didnt need the ambulance-that was God at work. When she got to the hospital, they took her by helicopter straight to Shands. Her mother was able to ride with her and told her that if she was scared, to just pray and thats what she did that little girl prayed and prayed. And she sang Jesus Loves Me while she was in the helicopter. Once at Shands, she was admitted to the pediatric ICU (intensive care unit) and they started giving her vials of anti-venom. They were able to positively identify the snake as a pygmy rattlerit was big for a pygmy, about a foot long. In all, she received about 10 vials of anti-venom and seemed to be doing okay. However, last night the swelling in her legwhich at rst was just up to her kneewent higher up on her leg to her thigh and she developed a fever. Right now, the doctors said the primary concerns are tissue and muscle damage. Right now, all we need are prayers for our family, Hart said. Madison was bitten by the snake around 4:30 p.m. and was in the air on her way to Gainesville within the hour. RATTLESNAKE Continued from page 1 Sadler airlifted to Shands
A-4 Taco Times May 22, 2013 Living Foley10th reunion held for those with common bond The 10th annual town reunion for those who called the community of Foley home, was held April 20 at Forest Capital Park under the chairmanship of Dr. Floyd Falany. More than 100 people gathered to renew acquaintances with old friends and former neighbors, traveling from various parts of Florida and South Georgia. Old and new stories were told and re-told about their lives and times in the old sawmill town of Foley. Before the noon meal was served, Coosie Wilson from Jacksonville gave a beautiful rendition of The Lords Prayer and then commenced a veritable feast of every Southern comfort food you could imagine, with fat-back collard greens and cornbread offerings ranging the full scale from mild to spicy. The dessert table had so many delectable offerings that one enthusiastic food lover said it was enough to put everyone in a diabetic coma. The only omission, according to another, was a bowl of Tums, which should have ended the line. A new feature at the memorabilia table was a slide show compiled and edited by Dena Hall, featuring the past years reunion pictures on a large television screen. It drew a lot of attention and many laughs. After lunch, Dr. Falany encouraged attendance at the 2014 reunion and conducted drawings for numerous door prizes including cash gift cards, bags of fruit and surprise packages donated by membrers of the reunion committee. The Summer Chamber Luncheon will be held on Thursday, May 30, at the Perry Theatre at 12 noon. Sponsored by Fairpoint Communications, the Perry Theatre and the Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce, the event will welcome Dallas Garrett as guest speaker. A successful business developer, Dallas will speak on local business development and what we all can do to ensure success. Lunch is complimentary for Chamber members, said Dawn Taylor. RSVP at 584-5366. Garrett was a Small Business Development Center (SBDC) consultant and director in Galax, Va., for eight years. He was with the SBDC for six years and was instrumental in developing 181 funded businesses and creating 831 jobs. Come hear his story!Lets do lunch...
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End the month of May with a puppet show...Lakeside Baptist Church urges you to mark your calendar so you wont miss the May 31 performance by the youth puppet ministry, The Popcorn Gang. The group performs a variety of upbeat songs of praise and worship in a colorful blacklight setting. It would be a great way to get the weekend started! Thats next Friday, May 31, at 7 p.m.Springhill needs clean-up!Kevin Britt reminds friends and loved ones that Springhill Cemetery needs maintenance. The graves sites are overgrown and hidden with weeds and litter which has accumulated in mass amounts. If you would like to come out and help in maintenance twice a month for your loved ones, please contact me at 850-408-8130. Summer programs begin June 3 The Twenty-First Century Community Learning Centers summer school is scheduled to begin June 3 and continue through July 31. Sessions will be held daily from 7:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. Parents should pick up applications now; contact Sarah Jones or the Rev. D.L. McBride. The sessions are provided free of charge. A-6 Taco Times May 22, 2013 ReligionAt Lakeside BaptistPopcorn Gang ready for show Obituaries Arthur Daniel AkinsArthur Daniel Danny Akins age 61, died Friday May 17, 2013. Mr. Akins was born Nov. 28, 1951, in North Miami to Leon B. and Mary Katherine (Slaughter) Akins Sr. He lived in Perry and Crystal River. He was a pipetter/ welder and commercial sherman, as well as a member of the Gulf to Lake Church. Survivors include: his parents, Leon and Mary Katherine Akins Sr. of Crystal River; his wife, Judy Akins of Crystal River; one son, Bryant Akins (Eva); one daughter, Lori Maddox (Scott) of Perry; one brother, Leon B. Akins Jr. (Phyllis) of Crystal River; one sister, Kathy Forrest (Chris) of St. Augustine; ve granddaughters, one grandson, four greatgranddaughters and one great-grandson all of Perry; seven nephews, one niece, two stepsons, Todd Flores (Dawn) of Gulf Breeze and Brad Flores of Perry; ve step grandsons, and one step-granddaughter. A visitation was held on Sunday, May 19, from 6-8 p.m. at the Strickland Funeral Home Chapel in Crystal River, where funeral services were conducted Monday, May 20, at 11 a.m. with the Rev. Lloyd Bertine and Leon B. Akins Sr. ofciating. Interment followed at Woodlawn Cemetery in Perry at 3 p.m. Gregory E. Gnapp Gregory E. Gnapp, 71, of Perry, died Wednesday, May 15, 2013, at Doctors Memorial Hospital in Perry. Mr. Gnapp was born Feb. 22, 1942, in Chicago, Ill., to Edward and Elsie (Meuller) Gnapp. He was preceded in death by his brother, Larry Gnapp. Mr. Gnapp was a member of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Perry. Survivors include: his wife of 32 years Joanna (Juszynski) Gnapp; three sons, Stefan Gnapp, Alex Gnapp and Joey Gnapp, all of Perry; and his mother-inlaw Krystyna Juszynski and many other family members and friends. Services were held at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, May 21, at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church with Father Bernie Jakubco ofciating. The family received friends from 6-8 p.m. with a rosary service beginning at 6:30 on Monday, May 20, at The Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Perry. In lieu of owers, donations may be made to the American Diabetes Foundation or the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. All arrangements are under the care of Joe P. Burns Funeral Home. Thomas Wiley BrannenThomas Wiley Brannen, 72, of Perry, died Thursday, May 16, 2013, at the Lake City VA Medical Center. Mr. Brannen was born June 2, 1940, in Perry to James Washington Brannen Sr. and Nellie Mae (Millican) Brannen Sr. A member of Lakeside Baptist Church, he was a veteran of the United States Air Force. Mr. Brannen was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, James Washington Brannen Jr. and Marvin Brannen; and a sister Elizabeth Brannen. Survivors include: his wife of 13 years, Doris L. Brannen of Perry; four sons, Thomas W. (Kat) Brannen of Bonaire, Ga.; David Scott (Arlene) Misner of Reno, Nev., Kip Patridge of Warner Robins, Ga., and Arthur Wiley (Jessica) Brannen of New Hampshire; three daughters, Elizabeth Carol (Steve) Lloyd of New Jersey, Patsy Michelle Misner of Arizona and Irma Denise Brannen-Scott of Ft. White; three stepdaughters, Terrie (Ricky) Churchill, Tammy (Scott) Knight and Sharon (Danny) Shasteen; two step-sons, Cleveland Spradley and Jason (Erin) Spradley; two brothers, Yancie Brannen and Arthur Brannen, both of Perry; special friend, Paul Miller Jr. of Perry; 17 grandchildren; 12 greatgrandchildren; as well as a host of nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. on Sunday, May 19, at Joe P. Burns Funeral Home with Pastor Darrell Jones ofciating. Interment followed in Pisgah Cemetery. The family received friends from 2-3 p.m. Memorial contributions may be made to Wounded Warrior Foundation or Relay for Life. All arrangements were under the care of Joe P. Burns Funeral Home.Tyrone E. WhiddonTyrone E. Whiddon, 68, of Perry, died Thursday, May 16, 2013, at his home. Mr. Whiddon was born Nov. 12, 1944, in Perry to James and Lois (Gunter) Whiddon. A Methodist, he was a veteran of the United States Army and a Vietnam Veteran. He worked in the logging industry for many years with Don L. Whiteld and John Cruce. Survivors include: two sisters, Andrea Whiddon (John) Dorman of Perry and Lenora McMillan of Perry; as well as several nieces and nephews. Services were held at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, May 21, at Carlton Cemetery in Perry with Earl Vann ofciating. The family received friends from 6-8 p.m. on Monday, May 20, at Joe P. Burns Funeral Home which was in charge of all arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to Big Bend Hospice. Lisa Jean Ingle JusticesLisa Jean Ingle Justices, 48, died Wednesday, May 15, 2013, at her home in Surgoinsville, Tenn. Mrs. Justices was born Sept. 19, 1964, in Beloit, Wis., to Roy Ingle and Marsha Amundrud (Hensel). She was preceded in death by her father of Moshiem, Tenn.; her grandparents, Kurt and Sue Ingle of Greeneville, Tenn., Fred and Beverly Hensel, and Warby Beaumont, all of Beloit. Survivors include: her husband of 20 years, Ricky Justices of Surgoinsville; her mother, Marsha Amundrud of Perry; three brothers, Raymond Ingle and Gary Ingle of Beloit, and Marty (Samantha) Ingle of Perry; her grandmother, Jean Beaumont of Beloit; neices, nephews, friends and cousins. No services are planned.Summer meals begin at Stewart June 10 Stewart Memorial Church will participate in the USDAs Summer Food Program June 10-Aug. 9 with nutritionally-balanced meals provided to all children regardless of race, color, sex, disability, age or national origin. In accordance with federal law, all children 18 years old and younger are eligible for the meals at no charge. The service is provided in geographical areas of need where 50 percent or more of the children qualify for free and reduced meals during the school year. At Stewart Memorial, meals will be served from 11 a.m. until 1:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, except for Thursday, July 4. Those who need transportation may call the church at 584-7194. Lisa Jean Ingle Justices Pastoral counseling services are available to the community-at-large, through First Presbyterian Church, with sessions structured for individuals and couples led by Dr. Robert Lutz. All sessions take place at the church with fees negotiated on a sliding scale. Please call 843-3083. Need counseling?
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A-8 Taco Times May 22, 2013 Community Celebrate. Remember. Fight back. 2013 Taylor County Relay For Life
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