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The County record

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Title:
The County record
Uniform Title:
County record (Blountstown, Fla.)
Creator:
County record
Place of Publication:
Blountstown, Fla
Publisher:
Wallace B. Finlay
Publication Date:
Copyright Date:
2009
Frequency:
Weekly
regular
Language:
English

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Newspapers -- Blountstown (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Calhoun County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States of America -- Florida -- Calhoun -- Blountstown

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Description based on: Vol. 46, no. 13 (Dec. 12, 1952).

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BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A crash on SR 71 late
last Tuesday afternoon
claimed the life of a
Blountstown woman and
left an Altha man hospital-
ized.
Nancy B. Renna, 48,
was pronounced dead at the
scene. Bobby C. McDaniel,
43, was transferred to
Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital with serious
injuries.
According to the Florida
Highway Patrol, Renna was
behind the wheel of a 1995
Dodge pickup headed south
on SR 71. She reportedly
ran off the road, overcor-
rected, and slammed into
the front of a northbound
2001 Ford truck driven by
McDaniel. The cab of
Renna's truck detached
from its chassis.



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heart equipment
A grant award to the tune of nearly $20,000 has enabled
SCalhoun County's Emergency Medical Services (EMS) learn
to provide life saving defibrillators around the county. Ten of
the automated external deflbnllalors, used when someone Is
having a heart attack, were purchased with the grant and will ie given to all volunteer fire departments, as well as placed in the
Calhoun County Courthouse and Blountslown City Hall./Free training will also be provided.
The funds were provided to the Florida Dept: of Health from the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy. Health Resources and Services
Administration, then distributed to rural EMS providers. Pictured with the defibrillators are (from left) EMT Jamey Shuler, EMS Director
Phillip Hill, and Paramedic Lou Condon.


CRIME


SALUmNG THOSE WHO SERVED


Former owner of local

rest urant arrested for

failing to pay sales taxes


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
The former owner of a
popular Calhoun County
eatery has been arrested for
failing to pay sales taxes.
Ralph Eugene Cox, 64, of
Bascom, was taken into cus-
tody by the Calhoun County,
Sheriff's Office Thursday,
then released to the Jackson
County Sheriff's Office where
the warrant for his arrest initi-
ated. He was. given a notice to
appear in court, then
released.
Cox was the owner of the
Parramore's Too restaurant
on Chipola Road, in
Blountstown. He also owned
the original Parramore's in


Sneads that is now closed.
According to the Florida
Department of Revenue, Cox
did not pay their office
$164,000 in sales taxes he
collected from customers dur-
ing various dates between
January 2004 and February
2008. This included taxes col-
lected at both locations.
If convicted, Cox faces up
to 30 years in prison and
$15,000 in fines, as well as
possible repayment of stolen
tax, interest, penalty and
investigative costs.
The Blountstown restau-
rant, famous for it's seafood,
closed earlier this year, then
was reopened by Cox's
daughter, Sharon, several
weeks ago.


COMMUNITY EVENT


There was plenty of fun to go around at the Calhoun Liberty
Hospital Health Fair and Fall Festival held Saturday on the hospi-
tal grounds. Above, these little ladies take a peek from inside the
moonwalk. For more highlights, turn to page 2.


Veterans were being saluted all across the county
Tuesday. Above, students at Blountstown Elementary sing
some patriotic songs for soldiers. Watch for more photos
from local programs in next week's edition.
"We are indebted to all the servicemen and women for
their steadfast resolve to protect the ideals and freedoms that
make our country strong,' Gov. Charlie Crist remarked this
week. "As we recognize Veterans Day, it is important to
honor the sacrifice of veterans and their families for their will-
ingness to advance the cause of freedom, liberty, and jus-
tice. The many contributions of our nation's veterans and
their families have not gone unnoticed, and we thank them
for their service. May God continue to bless Florida, our
nation, our veterans and their families.'


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COUNTY GOVERNMENT



CO ONERS HONORED
Outgoing Calhoun
County Commissioners,
Belh Pickron and Jerol
Hall were honored at last
week s County
Commissioner meeting.
Clerk of Court Ruthln Altaway
... - .i' ~ presented each of them a
plaque of appreciation for
their dedication to our com-
munity They are shown at
left,. along with
SCommissioners Dan
S Wyrick, Truman Grant, and
Danny Ray Wise. At the
next meeting set for Nov.
18 at 5 p m., Harold
Pickron and Don Miller will
lake Iheir oath of office to
join the board.


SOLDIER HONORED


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BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor:
A Blountstown soldier
wounded in Afglanistan last
month and recovering in a
Bethesda, Maryland, hospital
received a special visitor:
Monday. . -
Family members say
Marine Lt.
Col. Ty
Edwards
seemed to
perk up
when his
Commander
in Chief,
President
G e o r g e
B lu s'h
entered his LT. Col
hos p it a TY EDWARDS
room. He was
reportedly grinning from ear td
ear when the president pre-'
sented him with the Purple.
Heart award. .
The visit and award came
on the U.S. Marine Corps'
233rd birthday. According to a
note from Ty's family on hii
Caring Bridge website
.(www.caringbridge.org/visit/ty
edwards), "Several buddies
stopped by throughout the day
to wish Ty a happy Marine'
Corps birthday. Even, bringing
a cake to cut and commemo-
rate the occasion. The nurse
let us offer Ty a bit of icing--he
opened wide in anticipation,
and I know he was hoping for a
bigger bite! When we arrived
at the ICU this morning, the
nurse informed us Ty's temper-
ature had remained normal
throughout the night! Each
day continues to bring a bit
more progress."
SThe County Record spoke
with Ty's father, Tommy
Edwards, Tuesday morning.
"Tell the community how
much we love them." he
emphasized, noting that at
times when they get down,
they look at the blog on his
Caring Bridge site and are so,
encouraged by the messages
from folks back home and all
over the world. "This is a
marathon, not a sprint, and we
are up to the challenge,"
Tommy added.
Ty sustained a gunshot
wound to the head .during an
attack in Afghanistan nearly a
month ago. His father says he
is responding well, following
hand squeezing commands and
recognizing people.


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Health Fair & Fall Festival at
Calhoun-Liberty Hospital


CALHOUN COUNTY
Nov. 3: J.P. Owen, in for court/Taylor Cl
Nov. 4: Frankie!Lee Reeves, hold for Leon Co.; Samuel D.
Faggard, disorderly conduct
Nov. 6:. Sharon Phillips, VOCP; Dixie White,
DWLSR/habitual
Nov. 7: Kristen Butler, VOCP
Nov. 8: James McNair, disorderly intoxication; Dixie
White, VOCP; Donald Fairchild, VOSP/Washington state
Nov. 9: Fonda Coleman, DWLSR/habitual
Nov. 10: Robert Bendinger, petit theft
LIBERTY COUNTY
Nov. 3: Bridgett Danley, introduction of contraband into a
detention facilitly/marijuana
Nov. 5: Julia Ann Simmons, holding for CCSO
Nov. 6: Lisa Ammons, county VOP
Nov. 7: Joshua Woodrow Hill, serving 30 days; Tristan
Martin, serving weekends; Sheila Miller, serving weekends
Nov. 8: Rafael Hazley, DWLSR; A.J. Godwin, serving one
day
Nov. 9: Fonda Coleman, holding for CCSO
The above Indlviduals were booked Into the Calhoun or
Liberty County Jail over the past wee&l Although they
have been charged with a crime, they are considered
Innocent until proven guilty.




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Blountstown Main Street's annual event Dec. 12


Gary Shuler's house to be



featured on Tour of Homes


For the third straight year,
Blountstown Main Street will
host a Christmas Tour of
Homes on Friday, Dec. 12, from
5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
The tour will begin at the
Blountstown First United
Methodist Church on Central
Avenue West where tickets
($10 each) can be purchased


and maps to the homes
distributed.

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be on the tour, along w
parsonage. In addition
First Baptist Church pa
will be open for tour
opening their homes are
and Kay Trammell, G


will be and Susan Warren, and Gary
Shuler.
Gary's home, featured
rch will above, is one many in the com-
'ith the munity have admired- for years.
in, the Located on Hwy. 71 North, it is
rsonage always especially gorgeous at
s. Also Ch ~tmas.
Robert sure to join the tour and
3len Jr. Chdk out all the lovely homes.
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LETTERS TO *T 110 j_


Letter to the Editor,
I had the opportunity to
stand for a man that believes in
an inclusive America. I stood at
the comer in Blountstown hold-
ing a "Obama/Biden" sign on
November 4, 2008.. For every
negative response, I received 2-
3 positive responses. I realize
that a faint scent of racism will
always exist but I can as well as
others who believe that "a
house divided' cainnt stand.
With that said, if.all Anericans
stand together for a jus and fair
government,, we all will benefit.
My pastor, Dr. C.L. Wilson
reminds us that if you "don't
stand for something, you will
fall for anything." I truly
believe that and his message
was that to take a stand for
what is right and righteous in
the eyes of the Lord. ,,
African-Americans weren't ,
the only ones who .believe in
Obama but white Americans as
well. For those who stood for.
Shim, I say thank you. The
economy and both wars has
taken a toll on all Americans.
My parting words for all of
us, God could have created the
world in 1 day but he did not. I
believe He wanted to set an
example that it takes patience,
longsuffering, faith and determi-
nation to establish a solid foun-
dation in which to build upon.
I am proud to be an
American. Just an American.

Respectfully submitted,
Sally Gadson,
A Citizen of the. United
States, and a
Resident of Calhoun Cqunty

Dear Editor:
I recently read an article
from the "Patriot Post" that
sums up my feelings after the
election. I would like to share it
with your readers.
Ron Stiteler


-Fellow Patriots, "hope and change," into a state
Tuesday, 4 November 2008, of what is best described as "cult
is a date which will live. in wA ship" and all its attendant
infamy. While most presiden.iaaladt ption.
elections are followed with ca~l s.<, ne of our editors, a Marine
for unity by both candidates,. ;. v working in the private sec-
Barack Obama issued no such :,jtqr, summed up our circum-
call in his speech last night, with stances with this situation
the possible exception of his report. It aptly captured the
observation, "I may not have sentiments around our office:
won your vote tonight, but ... I "It's been tough, fellow Patriots;
will be your president, top." tough to stomach the idea that
Of course, none was expect- more than half of my fellow cit-
ed -- liberals have elected a izens who vote, have booted a
Socialist with deep ties to cul- genuine American hero to the
tural and ethriocentric radical- curb for a rudderless charlatan.-
ism, and his executive and leg- What a sad indictment on our
islative agenda poses a greater citizenry that some are so eager
threat to American liberty than to overlook his myriad flaws --
that of any president in the his- his radical roots, his extreme
tory of our great republic, liberalism, his utter lack of
Obama has twice taken an experience or achievement.
oath to "support and defend the Barack Obama is the an ihesis
Constitution" of jh.e United of lij's dream; He'!.Ml4an
States against all enemies, for- judge' , .0the color of bh.s
eign and domestic" and to "bear rathdtrAki the content ,,
true faith and allegiance to.the character. If it's God's will that\
same." He has never honored Barack Obama is our next pres-
that oath, and, based on his pol- dent, then so be it. We Patriots
icy proposals and objectives, he will pick ourselves up, dust our-
has no intention .to honor it selves off, and wade back to the
after again reciting that oath on war front, intent on liberty or
20 January 2009. Obama seeks death."
to, in his own words, "break free This battle is lost, but the
from the essential constraints war is not. Let's roll.


that were placed by the
Founding Fathers in the
Constitution."
For that reason, this morn-
ing, the symbol of our national
heritage of - liberty, the
American flag atop the 35-foot
mast at our editorial offices, was
respectfully lowered, inverted,
and raised to full mast as-a sign
of national distress. It will
remain inverted until next
Tuesday, when we right it in
honor of Veterans Day.
Today, at least 55,805,197
Americans are concerned for
the future of our nation's great
tradition of liberty. Some
63,007,791 Americans have
been lulled, under the aegis of


this program and others avail-
able through the state of
Florida, please contact


Opportunity Florida at 850-
718-0453. Your business may
be eligible for funding.


Opportunity Florida has
announced that, due to an
expected attrition of 'at least
50% of trained workers in the
utility field over the next five
years, training dollars are avail-
able through Workforce Florida
for jobs in this sector. The jobs
are high paying, with good secu-
rity and due to their on-the-spot
needs are never out-sourced
overseas.
Up to $500.000 will be
made available for training new
and existing employees in the
utility industry for jobs in rural
counties. Training includes
those associated with energy,
alternative energy, water,
wastewater, solar, photovoltaic
and other occupations identified
as critical to the utility industry.
Utility providers throughout
the state say many of their
employees will be reaching
retirement age within the next
several years. Unfortunately,
they don't have enough skilled
workers coming up behind
these employees to fill all the
vacant job openings.
"In just a few years, we will
be coming' to a point where
many of our experienced long-
term employees will reach
retirement age," said Gary
Clark, West Florida Electric
Cooperative, "These are high-
paying jobs that need skilled,
highly trained people. We need
to start now to prevent a short-
age of these workers in the
future."
The training is part of an ini-
tiative targeting rural areas that
are not taking full advantage of
the funding available through
Workforce Florida's Quick
Response Training Program.
The program is designed to
meet the workforce-skill needs
of expanding, new and existing
industries.
For more information about

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Mark Alexander


Letter to the Editor,
Voting choices were easy for
me this year. Much easier than
choosing which homemade chili
and homemade cakes to savor
November 1st at the Christian
Home Free Will Baptist
Church on .North 69. Both
cakes and both pots of chili I
tried were wonderful. . We
learned the congregation will
serve a Thanksgiving meal the
day before the holiday
November 26th. See you
there.
Sincerely,
Howard W. Johnson


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I want to thank my family, friends, and supporters for
everything that you all did for me during my campaign.
O The kindness of this wonderful county is truly amazing.

I look forward to serving you over the next four years
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The County Record, NOVEMBER 12, 2008, Page 4


,TORREYA GARDEN CLUB'S

Yard, r Crow-unds of the, Month


Ed Skaggs earned the
Torreya Garden Club's Yard of
the Month designation for
October. His daughter and son-
in-law, Beverly and Roger
Morris, won the award about a
year and a half ago for the
same properly located at 16339
SE Pear Street. Since Ed's retire-
ment, he lives with them and
has added substantially to the
landscape. A beautiful trellis,
entry and side walkways,
improved side yard drainage, kept him very busy. The yard is sonal planting adding a spark
and numerous plantings have kept in pristine orderwith sea- of color.

Congratulations also to.
Tallahassee Memorial Family
Medicine for winning the Torreya
Garden Club's Grounds of the
Month honor for October. The
office, located at 17808 Charlie
Johns Street, always has
immaculate grounds.









LHUOUN COUNTY


Chamber -of Commerce


Limited edition ornaments available;

Christmas parade set for December 6


BY KRISTY -HALLEY SPEERS
Executive Director

Calhoun County
Christmas Ornaments
ORDER NOW!
LIMITED EDITIONi
The Chamber of
Commerce's Christmas orna-
ments have arrived and they
look great! These ceramic
keepsake ornaments show an
artist's rendition of the Historic
Calhoun County Courthouse
and are the first in a series of
limited edition ornaments.
Future ornaments will feature
the M & B Train Depot, the
Panhandle Pioneer Settlement,
Altha School, and the old
Blountstown High School.
If several folks at your busi-
ness want to purchase, we're
happy to deliver them to you.
They make wonderful gifts for
those who live away, but would
treasure a reminder of home
during the holidays. They're
also great teachers' gifts, a nice
keepsake for employees, or a
lovely gift to new customers!
The ornaments are available for
sale at the Chamber office, or
you can buy online. www.cal-
hounco.org. Ornaments are
$15 each.

Christmas Parade -
A Pioneer Christmas!
Saturday, Dec. 6th
SIGN UP NOW IF YOU
WOULD LIKE TO
PARTICIPATE
This year's "Pioneer
Christmas" parade will be held
on Saturday, Dec. 6th. The
Altha parade will take place at
1 p.m. with. the Blountstown
portion of the parade starting at
5 p.m. We invite all communi-
ty organizations, clubs, and
businesses to help make this the
best parade ever! In addition,
everyone is invited to the
Panhandle Pioneer Settlement
after the parade for their annu-
al Christmas celebration.
Please note that the
Chamber of Commerce vehicle
is the ONLY vehicle for Santa
and Mrs. Claus. While elves
may be on other vehicles/floats,
there is only ONE Santa in our
parade.
All participants MUST fill
out an application/entry form.
Winners' certificates and brag-
ging rights will be awarded to
the best entries. For more
information or to sign up to par-
ticipate, please call or email
Kristy at 850/674-4519 or
kristy@calhounco.org.

MEtLE NORMAN/
STUDIO 20
Business of the Month
Merle Norman/Studio 20 is
owned and operated by Angie
Hill. Angie opened the salon in
November of 2001, and has
worked hard to build her busi-
ness over the past seven years.
She uses creativity and innova-


This limited edition Christmas
omament is available at the
Chamber of Commerce.
tive ideas to target new cus-
tomers, while offering quality
services to keep regular cus-
tomers coming back. Angie also,
serves as the President of Main
Street, and is on the Board of
Directors for the Chamber of
Commerce.
Recently, Studio 20 extend-
ed their services to take the
salon to the next level. Karey
Gautier, formerly of Serenity
Spa, offers manicures, spa pedi-
cures, aromatic foot baths, and
customized relaxation facials.
Jpnis Oenbrink from Pizazz Spa
in Panama City now provides
slimming body wraps, eyelash
and eyebrow tinting, and
facials. In addition, acrylic nail
services by Stephanie Alday
are now available on Fridays
and Saturdays.
Call Merle Norman/Studio
20 today for more information
or to set up an appointment!
850/674-9191.

Chamber opens new
Online Storel
www.calhounco.org
Do you need to buy


Christmas ornaments, but just
don't have time to stop by the
Chamber office? You can now
BUY ONLINE! The Chaiiber
has launched an online store
that offers Christmas orna-
ments, plat books, afghans, and
county maps. Check it out at
www.calhounco.org. Click on
"Online Store."

Member Advertising
Opportunity
Chamber's "Shop Local"
Campaign
Space is very limited!
The Chamber of Commerce
is now offering a unique adver-
tising opportunity that encour-
ages community commerce this
holiday season. Space is VERY
limited with only a few spots
still open for the first ad. Please
contact Kristy as soon as possi-
ble if you're interested!
Details:
Your business will be ONE of
eight featured in a full color
page advertisement in The
County Record.
Space is extremely limited!
The full-page color ad will run
for three consecutive weeks,
with eight (8) member ads in
each ad. There are only 24
advertising spaces available for
members.
Space will be guaranteed on
a first come, first served basis.
Ad size will be 5.25 x 2 inch-
es. Deadlines for artwork are
one week before publication
date.
Publication dates are Nov.
26, Dec. 3, and Dec. 10.
Cost per ad: $100.00
If you are interested in hav-
ing your business featured in a
"shop local" ad, please call or
email Kristy. 850/674-4519 or
kristy@calhounco.org.


Training offered to become

tutor, teach adults to read


Are your interested in teach-
ing adults how to read?
A one-day workshop will be
offered on Friday, November
14, to anyone interested in,
becoming a volunteer tutor of
adult English-speakers who
wants to improve their reading
and writing skills. No prior
teaching experience is required.
Completion of on-line classes is
required to receive certification.
After the training, you will be
prepared to volunteer at the
Calhoun County Library,
Jackson County Library or
other local programs. The
workshop will be held from 9:00
a.m. until 5:00 ET; 8:00 - 4:00
CT. Pre-registration is
required.
For more information, con-
tact: Lavaine Williams,
Guadalupe Wilson, Rachel
McCoy or Joan Alderman at
the Calhoun County Public


Library, 17731 NE Pear St.,
Blountstown, 674-5200.

Red Hat True

Believers meet

on Thursday
The Red Hat Society - River
Town True Believer's meet the
2nd Thursday of each month.
November's meeting will be
held on the 13th at the
Callahan Restaurant a 12:00
noon. December's meeting will
be held on the 11th at Connie's
Restaurant at 12:00 noon.


SUBSCRIBE TODAY!.
- Call 674-5041 :-


Garden Club members enjoy


treasure hunting at auction


BY AILEEN McQUAGGE

Tbrreya Garden Club mem-
bers went Treasure Hunting
when they attended the Club's
meeting Monday, November 3,
2008, at the County Extension
Building. 1st Vice President
Mary Alice Minnick, presided.
Alice Williford's Devotion
inspired everyone. "May each
new day that dawns for you be
an opportunity to use the gifts
that God has given to be the
best that you can be". After the


prayer, James Williford led the
Pledge of Allegiance.
Next, refreshments were
served from the tables pro-
claiming the treasures of
Autumn in full swing: brilliant
fall leaves, colorful flowers, and
seasonal "goodies." The hot
cranberry-cider punch and the
cranberry-pumpkin bread were
special finds. Wonderful
refreshments! Thank you, Dot
and James Ayers, for the
delightful treats.
Next, 1st VP Mary Alice


Vendors are soughtfor


'Christmas on Square'


Merry Christmas, Florida
Panhandle... Blountstown
Chapter 179 of the Order of the
Eastern Star is proud to
announce we will again sponsor
CHRISTMAS ON THE
SQUARE. .
This event will be held 1i
Saturday, , December 6th, -t
Magnolia Square in the center
of town. Beginning at 9:00 a.tl.
we will be open until after the
Christmas parade. We under-
stand Santa Claus will be pres-
ent for picture taking from
10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Our;'-
food vendors will be available to
take care of your dining pleas-,
ure before the parade which
begins at 5:00 p.m. and will be.,
glad to stay through the parade..,
Following the- parade the
Pioneer Settlement will wel-
come all to an Old Fashioned
Christmas.
Many vendors with crafts,
food, art, etc. will be on hand.
There are a few 12 x 12 booths
left and can be reserved by con-
tacting Eileen Bramblett at
643-2610 or Barbara Ellison at
762-4081. A few of the booths
have electricity, so call early to
get our reservation. The dead-
line is November 30th.
The Order of the Eastern
Star is a philanthropic organiza-
tion making sizeable donations


to 'Cancer, Hospice, Shriners
Hospital and Heart research to
name a few.


conducted a brief business
meeting.
Then the "Treasure Hunt"
began!! Members were given
20 minutes to write their bids
on the wide variety of items on
display for the Silent Auction.
There was a tantalizing display
of choices to be made.
The dig for treasure ended
with lively bidding on the more
valuable items - 4 handsome
wreaths. Two were beautifully
fashioned from woven
grapevines, the third depicted
an "autumn garden" and the"
fourth, a lovely Christmas
wreath.
Mary Alice thanked every-
one for attending this fun. meet-
ing.
Everyone went home, eager
to admire the newly found
treasures.
We'll see you in December.


Dear Ms. Neves, Superintendent of Schools,
You have been such a blessing to our School District
the past four years. You were always true to your role of
educator, and the best interests of our children, not
politics, guided your actions. In the end, it cost you the
election.
You brought leadership and vision to our school
district's present and future needs, and Calhoun County
benefited from your years of experience as a teacher,
principal, and superintendent. You were always mindful
of your responsibility towards all of our children, and did
not back down from those who ,wanted their own
interests considered above those of the rest of us. Like
a true leader who understands that "the wird does not
break the tree that bends," you changed course when it
has been in our School District's best interests to do so.
Not least of all, in the midst of all the election "noise,"
you maintained the dignity and decorum worthy of a
School Superintendent.
God bless you, Ms. Mary Sue, and all you did for our
kids. As for the future, I pray that the progress you made.
is not undone.

'Trust in the Lord with all'your heart and do not
lean on your own understanding." - Proverbs 3:5
Sincerely,
Patti L. Wood
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John David Petrilli and Emily Dianna Hand

Hand, Petrilli to speak

. vows on November 22
1" Jimmy and Carla Hand of Blountstown are pleased to
.- . announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter, Emily
S rDidnna, to John David Petrilli, son of Rocco and Elizabeth
R N5 " I Petrilli, of State College, Pennsylvania.
Recent ion Nov.1 1 in honor'-l) ' . TEmily and John. will exchange marriage vows on
t'ov, n'.'- o o Saturday, November 22, 2008. The ceremony will take
of e Q 40th.h lannivert iY9 place at 3:00 PM at the First Baptist Church of
SI, Blountstown, with a reception immediately, following in the
. -*I- church fellowship hall. All friends and family are invited to
The children of Houston and A reception will be held attend. No local invitations are being sent. .
Gwen Deese invite you to share their honor on Saturday,! .N
in celebrating their life together November 15tat 1:00 PM;. 8
as they embark on their 40th at the Magnolia Baptist ___________
anniversary. Fellowship Hall in Altha. on "

SSr. Citizen News

EMT, paramedic program . ri

now accepting applications Shopping in P.C. Thursday;


MARIANNA-The Chipola
College EMT and Paramedic
programs are currently accept-
ing applications for upcoming
courses.
The next EMT (Emergency
Medical Technician) program
begins .Jan. 12. Classes meet
weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The next Paramedic pro-
gram begins Jan. 12. Classes
meet weekdays from 10 a.m. to
4 p.m.
Acceptance is limited in both
programs.. Applicants with
extenuating circumstances1
such as military duty, may
apply up to the day classes
begin.
The EMT program is an 11
credit-hour course that is 260
hours in length. EVOC
(Emergency Vehicle Operator
Course) is included in the EMT
curriculum. Clinical assign-
ments are required in addition
to regular class hours. Students
must complete 20 hours of
emergency room work in either
Jackson ER and/or Northwest,
Florida Community Hospital)
and 80 hours of ambulance ride
time.
Prerequisites for the EMT
Program include: high school
Diploma or GED and AHA
healthcare provider CPR,
FDLE background check and
satisfactory score on the college
placement test.
Th6 EMT program prepares
students for employment as
ambulance drivers/ambulance
attendants, or emergency med-
ical technicians and to treat
various medical/trauma condi-
tions.
Both EMT and Paramedic
programs are intensive courses
designed t- prepare the student
to function in both rural and
urban environments. Both
courses require high standards
to prepare the student to func-


tion successfully in the diverse
field of emergency medical
services.
For information, contact
Keith D. Maddox AS, EMT-P,
Paramedic Program Supervisor
at (850) 718-2403.

Apply now

for Chipola

cosmetology

program

MARIANNA-The Chipola
College Cosmetology program
is accepting applications Nov.
1-30 for the Spring semester
which begins in January 2009.
The. program will accept
only the first 15 qualified appli-
cants.
Cosmetology is a competen-
cy-based, self-paced, open-
entry program. A passing score
on the TABE (Test. of Adult
Basic Education) is required
with program entry.
Cosmetology is designed to
prepare the student for employ-
ment as a licensed hairdresser
and cosmetologist, registered
nails or facial specialist, and to
provide supplemental training
for persons previously or cur-
rently employed in these occu-
pations. The approximately
one-year program prepares the
student for successful comple-
tion of the state licensure exam-
ination which is required for the
practice of cosmetology.
Program hours are Monday
through Thursday from 7:30
a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Financial aid is available.
For information, contact
instructor Paige Vanderwerf at
718-2285.


Boston butt sale on Friday


THANKSGIVING FEAST
Come and join us on
Tuesday, November 25, for our
annual Thanksgiving. Feast at
the Calhoun County Senior
Center on Cayson Street
(behind the old courthouse).
Cost will be $2.00. We'll have
our famous and delicious fried
turkey, dressing, sweet potato
souffle,. yeast rqll, e
delicious 'desserts. 'W 'w.
serve around 11:45, so come,"
early and enjoy socializing with
your friends.
Please call Dorothy or
Ginger at 674-4163 and
reserve your seat.

SHOPPING TRIP TO
PANAMA ITY
On Thursday, November 13,
we will be taking a group to
shop in Panama City. We will
leave the Center at 8:30 a.m.
and return at 4:30 p.m. Cost
will be $7.00. Call 674-4163
and speak to Dorothy to
reserve your seat. Space is lim-
ited.

OFFICE & MEAL SITE
CLOSINGS FOR THE
MONTH OF NOVEMBER
The Senior Center will be
closed 'on Thursday & Friday,
November 27 & 28. We will
reopen on Monday, December

"BOSTON BUTT"
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soring a fundraiser selling
"Cooked Boston Butts" on
Friday, November 14th. .To
purchase your. tickets for the
Butts, call 674-4163, then

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each. Place your order today
before we sell out. Orders may
be picked up at the Senior
Center between 2:00 p.m. -
5:00 p.m. on Friday, November
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The County Record, NOVEMBER 12, 2008, Page 6


BMS girls basketball team




boasts perfect 5-0 record


BMS varsity boys defeat

Port St. Joe and Wewa


BY COACH BILLY JONES
The Blountstown Middle
School Varsity Basketball team
defeated Port St. Joe this past
week 44-18.
St. Joe was one of the better
teams they played, but our
team really played good.
Anthony Jones and Roosevelt
Martin double figured in scores
with 13 and 11 points. Javakiel
Brigham scored 8 and Kenya
Baker and Hunter Jordan
scored 4 each. Hunter and
Anthony also led in RB's.
We next played Wewa and
won our 5th game 62-27. My
players really played well con-


sidering Wewa had just won 2 of
their, last games. Again, only
having one 8th grade starter,
my team is playing exceptional-
ly good.
Leading scorers were
Javakiel 18, Hunter 10,
Anthony 9, and Roosevelt 8.
Also, Kenya scored 5, Bryan
and Caleb scored 3 each and
J.T. scored 2. One of our J.V
players, . Corin scored 4.
Hunter and Anthony led in
RB's again.,
We will have played Tolar
this past Monday and then
Thursday we will play Franklin
County at home at 4:30. Come
out and support our teams.


BY COACH JASON WHITE
On Tuesday, November 4,
the BMS JV Tigers continued
their winning ways as the
Tigers defeated Port St. Joe by
a score of 20-0 in a 15 minute
5th quarter.
The Tigers were led offen-
sively by Andrew Bennett with
10 points and Jay Williams with
4 points. Corin Peterson,
Dimitri Simmons and David
Deveaux all had 2 points
apiece.
The JV team increased their
record to 5 wins and 0 losses
with a 27-6 victory in over
Wewa in a 15 minutes 5th
quarter on Thursday. The
Tigers were led by Dimitri
Simmons with 10 points,
Andrew Bennett with 7, Corin
Peterson and David Deveaux


Two big wins bump BMS

J.V. boys to a 5-0 record


with 4 points each and Jay
Williams with 2 points.

Scottsferry VFD

turkey shoot is

November 22
Scottsferry Volunteer Fire
Department will hold the annu-
al Thanksgiving Turkey Shoot
on Saturday, November 22nd.
Shooting will start at 9:00 a.m.
(CT) until and will cost $2.00 a
shot.
The popular fundraiser will
be held at the Scottsferry fire-
house, 13 miles south of
Blountstown on Hwy. 71.
There will be lots of food,
drinks and baked goods for sale.
You may win a ham or turkey.
Come and enjoy the fun!


Calhoun County

Youth Football


Young Tigers


In Action!
PHOTOS BY KATHY JOHNSON


BY COACH MATTHEW NICHOLS
The Blountstown Middle
School girls basketball team is
off and running with a 5-0 start.
In their first game, the Lady
Tigers faced the Hosfdrd
Panthers. The Tigers came out
on top 25-8. The Tigers were
led by Tiaisha Scott with 11
points. Alexis Speights con-
tributed 10 pts. Demeca
Martin scored 4 and Jayla
Brigham chipped in with 12
points. We also had a fifth
quarter following the game
where the tigers were also vic-
torious. Jakie Dudley led all
scorers on the fifth quarter with
8 points. Andrienne Santillus
had 6. Demeca Martin scored
4 and Stephanie Abbott and
Temperance Thomas both con-
tributed 2.
On October 27th, the Lady
Tigers traveled to Franklin
County to face the Seahawks.
This was a hard fought game
with the tigers narrowly win-
ning by a score of 38-36. The
Seahawkshad a player that hit
six three pointers and eight as a
team, so 24 of their 31 points
were 3 pointers. They shot very
well and we had to fight to get
out of there with a win.
Demeca Martin a sixth grad-


er stepped up big to lead all
scorers with 19 points. Martin
also came up with 2 or 3 clutch
steals and converted her layups
to seal the game. Tiasha Scott
contributed 6. Jayla Brigham
had 4, Alexix Speights added a
,3 pointer and Davina Fountain
and .,Jackie Dudley both
chipped in 2 points.
In the fifth quarter action
the Lady Tigers once again
came out on top. They were
led by Kassie Wood and
Adrienne Santillus who both
had 4 a piece. Tiasha Scott also
chipped in with 2.
On October 30th the Lady
Tigers traveled to Hosford to
face the Panthers Once again.
The Panthers had improved
tremendously since our. first
meeting. The Lady Tigers had
a poor shooting game, but man-
aged to win with defense by a
score of 24-15. Alexis Speights
led the way with, 14 points.
Demeca Martin added 5, Jayla.
Brigham, Tiasha Scott, ,and
Kassie Wood all, contributed 2
points a piece.
In the fifth quarter action
the tigers also were on the win-
ning side. Jackie Dudley led all
scorers in the fifth with j0,

See BMS GIRLS, page'9'


The Blountstown High School Lady Tigers have been practicing and.
are ready to open their season. Coach Link Barber says the girls
will participate in a pre-season tournament Saturday at 9:30 a.m.
inWakulla. They will begin the regular season Nov. 20 when they
host Wewa at 5 p.m. Above, Lavaysette Donaldson and Chelsea
Baker do battle at the goal during practice Friday.


To the citizens of Calhoun County's District 5, thank you
for your support during, the recent election. Although I
was unsuccessful in my bid for the seat on the county
commission, I am-happy with the way I ran my
campaign - with honesty and integrity. I would have it
no other way.

I am thankful for living in a country where any qualified
citizen can run for public office, and will continue to
serve the citizens of Calhoun County as the Veterans
Services Officer'

In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will make
straight your paths. Prov. 3:6


Tammy Rushing


Thank you very much for your support
and vote for me for Calhoun County
School Board Member District 1. I look
forward to serving all children and
taxpayers of Calhoun County for the
next four years. I will listen to your
concerns and work hard to improve
upon the quality education foundation
we already have established in our
great county while .being a good
steward of Calhoun County's School
budget.









The County Record, NOVEMBER 12, 2008, Page 7






Tigers fall to FAMU High, 34-7


The Blountstown Tigers
made some early mistakes
Friday night at Bragg Stadium
in Tallahassee and found them-
selves trailing FAMU High 20-
0 after one quarter. The strong
FAMU squad coasted to a 34-7
win and dropped Blountstown
to 2-7 on the season.
"We kicked off and they hit
us right away with a 50 yard
pass completion and scored
after running only three plays.
They held us on three plays,
then we got a "one yard" punt
off. From our 19, they'scored in
three plays. We didn't m6ve on
our next series, then they par-
tially blocked our next punt.
Five plays later, they' scored
again. They were ahead 20-0
and we had run only six plays,"
cdach Greg Jordan said
Monday.
"They didn't run anything
'we had not prepared for all
week. We just couldn't' stop
them," Jordan noted.
FAMU High had two 250
pound defensive tackles and'
three Division 1 commitments.


The Tigers traveled' to
Tallahassee to take on the
FAMU Baby Rattlers this past
week and were defeated by a
score of 34-7.
FAMU hit a 50 yard pass
play on the first play. from
scrimmage and never looked
back on their way to 20 first
quarter points and a hole too
deep to dig out of. The other
two 1st quarter scores were
short drives that were set up by
a 1 yard punt and a partially
blocked punt giving FAMU the
ball inside our 30 yard line
both possessions.
We only managed one sus-
tained drive coming out in the
first drive after half going 70
plus yards capped off by a 7
yard TD run my Malcolm
Ivory. The. punt team has been
an achilles 'heel for us the past
several .weeks. We have
changed snappers and punters
back and forth trying to fix the
problem. The players under-


Two more Tigers suffered
injuries Friday night against
FAMU to join the long list of
players who have -been side-
lined this season. Brandon
Smith sustained a knee injury
and Patrick Wilson injured an
ankle. .Fortunately for the
Tigers, Dowling Lee might be
back Friday night from an earli-
er rib injury. .
The Tigers will host Wewa
for homecoming and the final
game of the season Friday night
at Bowles Field. The home-
coming festivities will precede
the 7:00 kickoff.
"Wewa has a young team,
but they have improved over'
the season ,and are 3-6. Last,
week, they trailed Port St. Joe
7-0 at halftime before losing 28-
7," Jordan noted.
Malcolm Ivory scored the
Tigers only touchdown late in
the third quarter on a seven
yard run. Ivory had 35 yards
on 9 carries. Darrin Huff led
the Tigers with 60 yards on 15
carries.
Quarterback PJ Buggs corn-. .
,,*'


stand the signifance of those
mistakes and are working hard
to not put our team in those
positions during the game. The
punt team is a critical special
team that often goes unnoticed
until their are problems.
Hopefully, this week we can go
mistake in that department.
This is the final game of the
year for. the 2008 Tigers. We
come into this game looking for
win number three on the sea-
son. Wewa is our opponent and
will not go down easy. Last
week Wewa played at ,St. Joe
and the score was 7-0 St. Joe at
half. The final score was 28-6
St. Joe. The Sharks defeated us
25-0 week three, so we have
our work cut out to win this
final home game.
. We need all the fans to come
out and support the Tigers.
Kickoff is set for 7:00,
Homecoming festivities will be
pre-game. See ya there! Go
Tigers!!!


Poker Run Saturday at Sam Atkins

Park, proceeds go to "Take Stock"


The Calhoun County Take
Stock in Children Scholarship
Committee will host a poker
run on Saturday, November
15th. Registration will begin at
8:30 a.m. (cst) at Sam Atkins
Park. The first bikes will leave
out at 9:00 and the last bike to
be in at noon.
The route will take partici-
pants through Calhoun County
and part of Jackson County.
The registration fee is $15 for
the driver's first hand and $10
for 'the rider's first hand.
Additional hands may be pur-
chased for $5 each. 1st, 2nd,
and 3rd places will be awarded
for best hands. Door prizes will
be given out at the end of the
event and lunch will be provid-
ed for the participants.
Proceeds will benefit the


Calhoun County Take Stock in
Children Scholarship Fund. For
further information, ' contact
Stephanie at 674-8234.

Co-Ed church,

volleyball league

being organized

At press time only three
teams have shown an interest
in the Co-Ed Church Volleyball
League the Liberty County
Recreation Department is
attempting to organize.
Deadline for letting the depart-
ment know your church is
interested is Wednesday
November 12 at noon.
If interested, contact the
Liberty County Recreation at
643-2175. If no answer leave a
message and you will be con-
tacted.


pleted 3 of 6 passes for 23
yards. Patrick Wilson had two
catches for 16 yards and
Stafford Dawson had one catch
for 7 yards.
Blountstown was held to 92
yards rushing and 23 yards
passing. . FAMU High rushed
for 221 yards and passed for 70
yards.
Jeremy Watson led the
Tigers with 12 tackles and 1.5
tackles for loss. Patrick Wilson
had 8 tackles followed by
.Darrin Huff with 7, a sack'and
a tackle for loss. Lance
Clemons had 6 tackles, 2 sacks
and 2.5 tackles for loss.. Paul
Mosley, Princeton Grant and
Jason Money each had 3 tack-
les. Malcolm ivory and Tony
Maynor had 2 tackles' each.
D.J. Brunson, Frankie Murrell,


Phot6s clockwise right;
to left: Darrin Huff (1)
trie, to break a tackle.
Huffrushed for a game
hi9ft60 yards; Brandon
Smith takes a hard lick
on a running play;
Smi th is helped off the
field, after suffering what
might be a season end-
iqg, knee injury.
-.


Liberty County

youth football

teams win two

out of three
The Liberty County
Recreation Department hosted
three football games in the Big
Bend Football League at
Bulldgg Field Saturday.
In Teeny Mite action, Port
St. Joe defeated the Liberty
County 36-20 behind the 4
touchdown effort of Xavier
Pittman. Pittman scored on
runs of 49, 10, 48, and 35
yards.
Jarkeavis Bess scored three
touchdowns for Liberty County
on runs of 19, 40, and 91 yards.
The 91-yarder came on the
games last play. Chris Williams
SAh ini an extra point for Liberty
County. Bess, 'Williams, Brice
Dillnore, and Wesley Blake
, Tharpe were among the top
Liberty County defenders.
In) Pee Wee play Liberty
County defeated St. Joe 28-0
anid in Tiny Mite play Liberty
Cp. 'knocked off the Gulf
County team 16-14. Game sto-
ries of these two games and
Liberty County's games with
Chattahoochee night will be
presented next week.





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Blake Shelton and Shane
Bailey each had one tackle for
the Tigers.
It has been a long season for
the Tigers. Young players have
had to step into starting roles


due to the unexpected rash of
injuries to a number of starters.
They have stuck together,
worked Hlard at practice and
gained some valuable experi-
ence for next year. They never


gave up and will play hard
Friday night against Wewa until
the final whistle. Tiger fans are
encouraged to be in the stands
Friday night to give these young
men the support they deserve.


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The County Record; NOVEMBER 12, 2008, Page 8


AlTHA SCHool NEWS


FFA team competes at nationals;


homecoming festivities underway


FFA News
Members of the
Blountstown HS FFA FFA
Chapter were one of 44 teams
participating in the 2008
National FFA Farm Business
Management Career
Development Event (CDE).
The competition was held Oct.
22-25, during the 81st National
FFA Convention.
Team members. (pictured
above) are Morgan Davis,
Catherine Gurliaccio, Laura
Stoltzfus, and Aubrey Tharpe,
along with their FFA Advisor,
IRon Mears.
During the. event, competi-
tors were given questions cover-
ing economic principles in farm
business management asawell as'
a problem-solving analysis sec-,
tion. Participants must under-
stand the reasoning they have
used and be able to defend their
decisions to the judges.
The National FFA Farm
Business Management CDE is
sponsored by John Deere as a
special project of the National
FFA Foundation. It is one of 23
different national events that
use the fun of competition to


connect classroom learning and:
careers.
Around Campus:
Tune up for Basketball
by Jake Money
. There is going to be a com-
munity wide pep rally for the
boys and girls basketball teams
on November 17, in the BHS
gym at 6:30 p.m. Coach Davis,
the BHS boy's basketball
coach, has been coordinating
this event and is eager for a big
start to their season. The play-
ers are ready to reveal all the
hard work that they've put into
their conditioning and practices.
This pep rally will also highlight,
the BHS girls' basketball team
along with their coach Link
Barber. Next Monday night will
be a great opportunity to come
on out and support your new
teams and coaches at the com-
munity wide pep rally.
BHS Honor Choir
by Allison Wroblewski
Mrs. Janet Edewaard, the
Choral Instructor for BHS trav-
eled with three members of her
Honor- Choir: Malcolm


Snowden, ' Aaron Elrod,
Keondre Simpson, to Orlando
for the State Honor Choir last
week. They participated with
over 100 boysand girls from the
state of Florida. Malcolm, a
senior at BHS, said "It was a
life changing experience, I met
a lot of different people, and I
was challenged with the materi-
al we had to learn and perform.
This was a very memorable
time in my senior year. I will
never forget it."
Calendar of Events:
Wed., Nov. 12, FBLA con-
vention in Bethlehem
Thurs., Nov. 13, Tigers
Growl, 1 p.m., gym; bonfire at
6:30 p.m. , "
Fri., Nov. 14, Homecoming
parade, 1 p.m.; pre game starts
@ 6:30; Varsity Football @
Home against Wewa at 7:00
Mon., Nov. 17, Community
Wide Pep Rally for Basketball
@ 6:30 in the gym
Tues., Nov. 18, Boys
Basketball Tip Off @ Sneads
Wed., Nov. 19, Boys
Basketball Tip Off @ Sneads


rRS M ARR SCHOOL NEWS
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FCA holds Red RibbonWeek food


drive; celiphones being collected


FCA Food drive 2008
By Christian Bay
Last week during 1Red
Ribbon Week our school took
part in a food drive' sponsored
by FCA. Students were asked
to bring'in canned goods all
week. The. canned goods that
we collected from last week will
go to the Elder Care Services.
The slogan for Red Ribbon
Week was also the slogan for
the food drive, "I Can, You Can,
We Can Be Drug Free."
Congratulations to Mrs. Price's
class (pictured above) who



Final signup

forwUpward

basketball,Y

cheerleading

is Monday


Monday, Nov. 17, from 5 pm
to 7 pm will be the final sign up
event for the 2009 Upward
Basketball and Cheerleading
season.
Boys and girls, grades 1 -6
are encouraged to come to .the
First Baptist Church office at
16693 SE Pear Street in
Blountstown (next to Regions
Bank) to measure for uniforms,
shoot some baskets, and meet
some of the coaches. Practices
begin week of Dec. 8.
Upward Basketball camp
with our BHS 'coach Tony
Davis will be Sat., Dec. 13 from
9am to 12 noon. Games begin
January 10 through Feb. 21
gamee season). Awards Night
will be Feb. 21 at 7 pm with the
Mike Hagen Strength Team.
Cost is $50 for basketball; $55
for cheerleading.
Upward Basketball is spon-
sored by First Baptist Church
and assisted by our community
churches. Upward teaches
character, discipline, and
sportsmanship. For more infor-
mation, call First Baptist 674-
5923, ext. 204. ,.
,.ib-io L


donated the most items.
Cell Phones for Soldiers
'By Brittany Stephens
The senior class is joining
with Chipola's chapter of Phi
.Theta Kappa to collect Cell.;
Phones for Soldiers. Ponate
your old cell phones (they do
not have to be in working order)
and they are recycled and the.
proceeds go to buy phone cards
to send to the overseas soldiers
so that they can call their fami-
ly and loved ones back home. If.
you have an old cell phone lying'
around and not being used,
please donate it to this charita-
ble cause!. You can go to
CellPhonesForSoldiers.com to
learn how to delete personal
information from your, phone,
,p foimore details. Bring
your donations to Mrs. Joyner
at Altha School. Your participa-
tion in this endeavor is greatly
appreciated!


Calendar
Thursday, November 13 --
Cats' Cuisine
Friday, November 14 - 4th
grade field : trip; FCCLA
Cluster Meeting Jacksonville
Monday, November '17 --
Volleyball Banquet. 6,pm
Tuesday, November. 18 - V
Boys Basketball vs Wewa at 5
pm (Sneads Tip-Off
'Iburnament)
Wednesday, November 19 --
FCCLA District Meeting
Thursday, November' 20 --
Thanksgiving Lunch in Athe
lunchroom; V Boys Basketball
vs Franklin County at 5 pm
(Sneads Tip-Off Tburnament)
Friday, November 21 --
Senior Class Bonfire, 6 pm


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Students of the Month announced

Principal Darryl Taylor, Jr. is pleased to announce the October Students of the Month at Carr School
They include. (seated, from left) Lillia Matheney, Jacob Smith, Bailee Miller, Alicia Waldron, Jacob
McDaniel, Nate Hall, Melissa Conyers, Sydney McDaniel, Julie Smith, Joshua Odom, Trent Woodham,
Trey Tucker, Allie Dawsey, Justin Terry, Faith Plazarin, Staci Mayo, and Sdvannah Pitts. Not pictured is
Morgan LaWarre.


Blountstown Elementary students
and parents enjoyed Family
Reading and" Science night with
lots of fun and exciting activities.
Students started out the night
reading to their parents in the
media center and taking AR tests
on their books. They were then
treated to "moonpies" and "rain-
water" for a quick snack.
Jessica Foster from channel 13
(pictured at left with students)
gave a very informative presenta-
tion on being a meteorologist and
the many tasks that accompany
this career. The families then
enjoyed break-out sessions that
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Abner to speak at
New Galilee Church

The New Galilee Missionary
Baptist Church of Marianna,
Florida is exceedingly happy to
announce their Annual Harvest
Day Fellowship to be held on
Sunday, November 16, at 3:00
PM. The church is located on
Highway 73 in the Jerusalem
Community. The speaker for
this year's services will be the
Elder Adrian D. Abner of
Blountstown, Florida.
We are asking that you come
out and help us enjoy Jesus and
feast off the Word of God. For
more information feel free to
contact the church at
850.482.5499 or Sister Lula C.
Vann at 850.482.3300.

Altha Church of God
homecoming Sunday

The Altha Church of God


invites you to join them for their
Homecoming celebration on
Sunday, November 16. Pastor
David Pleasant, Jr. and Michele
Pleasant, of Covenant
Community Ministries of Fort
Myers, Florida will be minis-
terine in the morning worship


The County Record, NOVEMBER 12, 2008, Page 9


Congressman Boyd discusses




making progress for veterans


BY CONGRESSMAN ALLEN BOYD
(D-FL)


service at 10:30. A covered Each year on Veterans Day,
dish lunch will be served after we honor the bravery of the
the morning service. men and women who have
served our country in uniform.
Fall fundraiser set We sing their praises, and we
offer our gratitude. It is impor-
at Bethel Assembly tant for all of us, as Americans,
to come together and thank our
Come and join us for our Fall veterans for their service and
Fundraiser at Bethel Assembly, sacrifice, and in Congress, we
of God Church on Saturday, must go even further and see
November 15th, from 11:00 that our government honors our
a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Come and veterans, not just in words, but
enjoy such goodies as fish plates in deeds.
for $6.00, funnel cakes, $2.00, I am pleased to report that it
horse and pony rides, $1,00, a is a new day in Congress when
cake auction, $1.00, and chili it comes to honoring the com-
with crackers and tea, $3.00. mitment we have made to our
Call. 850-442-4272 for more veterans. Gone are the days of
information. underfunding and lack of over-
sight. This Congress has made
our veterans, specifically veter-
Yard sale Saturday at ans' healthcare and benefits, a
priority, and there have been
Christian Home FWB severall achievements, both
nationally and locally, that have
Christian Home Women's, made good on our commitment
Auxiliary is having a yard sale to our veterans.
Saturday, November 15. begin- First, in 2007, we passed the
ning' at 7:00 until 10:00 a.m.' largest increase in veterans'
located at Highway 69 North' -fuiding in the 77-year history of
behind Christian Home Church the Veterans Administration
in the Recreation Building. (VA). Much of this funding was
Early birds get the bargains. .targeted to improving health-
Pick up a bag at the door and ~are for the 5.8 million veterans
fill it up for $1.00. Free coffee who need and deserve access to
and cookies. Call 674-4368. quality healthcare from the VA.
This year, Congress followed up
by again increasing funding for


important veterans' programs
and benefits and continuing to
address the claims backlog at
the VA by adding new claims"
processors. Both of these veter-
ans' funding bills were part of
fiscally responsible budget reso-
lutions, which made possible
these unprecedented VA fund-
ing increases and reflected this
Congress' renewed commit-
ment to our veterans.
Second, this summer,
Congress passed and the
President signed into law a new
GI Bill that restores the assur-
ance of a full, four-year college
education for our veterans
returning from Iraq and
Afghanistan.. Since I came to
Washington almost 12 years
ago, I have been calling for a
new GI Bill, and this need has
only grown with the wars in
Iraq and Afghanistan. In these
wars, our guardsmen and
reservists have been deployed
at a level that we have not seen
since World War II. Many of
these guardsmen and reservists
were in career professions
before these wars, and many
will return home unable to con-
tinue these professions,because
of physical or mental injuries
sustained during service.

The new GI Bill will make
the veterans of Iraq and
Afghanistan part of American
economic recovery efforts, just
like the veterans of World War


II, and the passage of this GI
Bill in Congress was a signifi-
cant victory for our veterans.
Third, at home in North
Florida, we are celebrating the
opening of a new veterans' clin-
ic in Marianna, which opened
for care on June 30 of this year.
This is an exciting development
in our area, and one that result-
ed from the hard work and ded-
ication of many parties, most
notably the community of
Jackson County. With this new
clinic, veterans in Jackson
County' and surrounding areas
will have more convenient


access to VA medical care.
Recently, we have made a lot
of progress for our veterans, but
our work is not over. As a
Vietnam veteran, I will contin-
ue to work in Washington to see
that we keep the promises that
we have made to the men and
women who have served our
great country. On. this Veterans
Day, I would like to thank our
veterans and their families.
Throughtheir service and sacri-
fice, they have made America a
better, safer, and stronger coun-
try, and we remain indebted
and grateful.


SURE benefits for farm BMS Girls cont'd


revenue loss

Supplemental Revenue
Assistance Program (SURE)
provides benefits for farm rev-
enue losses due to natural disas-
ter. It is the 2008 Farm Bill's
successor to the prior Ad Hoc
Crop Disaster Programs also
known as the CDP or Crop
Disaster Programs. Unlike the
prior USDA Disaster Programs,
SURE is; legislated through
20l1.
SURE payments are avail-
able to producers on farms that:
* are located in a county
covered by a qualifying natural
disaster declaration (USDA
Secretarial Declarations only)
or a contiguous county
SOR
* the actual production is
less than 50% of the normal
production for the entire farm.
In order to receive pay-
ments, the farm must suffer at
least a 10% eligible production
loss on at least one crop of eco-
nomic significance.
For a producer to be eligible
for the SURE Program, all of
the farming operation's crops
(planted or intended) that are
of economic significance must
be covered by either federal
Crop Insurance (CI) or FSA's
Non-insurable Crop Disaster
Assistance Program (NAP) cov-
erage. Coverage must also be
obtained for other crops for
which CI or NAP is available,
such as nursery, honey, aqua-
culture, and floriculture.
However, Statute does not
require coverage for grazed
crops for the SURE.
Note: "Socially
Disadvantaged", "Limited
Resource", or "Beginning" do
not have to meet this require-
ment.
In addition, the new law
amends SURE eligibility- so
that crop insurance or NAP
coverage is no longer required
for crops that are not of eco-
nomic significance or those
where the administrative .fee
required to buy NAP coverage
exceeds 10 percent of the value
of the coverage.
The 2009 NAP sales closing


;es available Kayla Prowantand Kassie
Wood both contributed 6
date has been extended until points, Andriene Santillus,
date has been extended until Stephanie Abbott, - and
December 1, 2008 for the fol- Temperance Thomas all added
lowing crops: 2 points a piece.
Finfish, Grass, Peppers, Sol, November 4th the Lady
Flowers, Honey, and Rye.. Tigers faced Port St. Joe. The
Note: Crops with intended Tigers came away with a win by
uses that are covered through a score of 31-11. The Sharks
crop insurance shall be insured a o of applying pres-
by theapplicable ,Risk did a good job of applying, pres-
by Management Agency sable Rios-sure to our guards. They were
Management Agecy sales clos- frustrating then at first, but ofr
ing additional informate. . guards adjusted and we weA
For additional formation able to jump out to a 15-0 lead
on 2009 NAP sales closing by halftime. The Tigers went
dates contact your local USDA onto win by a score of 31-11.
Farm Service Agency in Our point quard, Alexis
Blountstown. Speights led the Lady Tigers
- * with . 11 points. Jayla
Brighamadded 8,. Demeca
ARROW OF Martin knocked down 2 three
pointers to contribute 6. Tiasha
T TRUTH Scott had 4 .and Davina
Fountain chipped in with 2
By Rev. R.W. Waterman points.
The Tigers also won the fifth
quarter, Stephanie Abbott used
Action With Faith some great defense to fuel the
James 2:17 offense. She led all scorers in
Following Paul's defense the fifth with 10 points. Jordan
before the Sanhedrin, God gave Griffin added 5, Kassie Wood,
him a vision: "As you have tes- Adrienne Saintillus, and
tified about me in Jerusalem, so Temperance Thomas all three
you must also testify in Rome" contributed 2 a piece.
Acts 23:11. On Thursday, November
God told Paul he would go to 6th, the Lady Tigers had a
Rome, but he didn't tell him home game against Wewa. The
when, how, or how long it would result was another win for-the
take. Following Paul's vision, tigers by a score of 32-10.
he was placed in prison for two Alexis Speights once again led
years, received threats of death all scorers with 13 points. Jayla
(Acts 23:21), and was manipu- Brigham had 6. Jayla also has
lated (24:26) and insulted been doing a great job rebound-
(26:24). Even on Paul's way to ing for us this year. Demeca
Rome, he encountered a Martin contributed 4, Davina
typhoon and shipwreck (27:14, Fountain added 3, Tiasha Scott,
18, 41). 1 Kassie Wood and Stephanie
Sometimes we are tempted Abbott all chipped in 2 a piece.
to wonder why the problems, The Lady Tigers also man-
illnesses, hardships and hassles aged to win the fifth quarter
come our way when we are fol- game against the Gators.
lowing God's direction; but for Jordan Griffin led .all scorers in
Paul, it was straight ahead!" In thq. fifth with 6. Temperance
the midst of the typhoon and , '
.shipwreck, without food for 14
days, Paul strengthened thei-'J U | SDIBEn|
passengers with these tremen- UB SCRIB
dous words: "So keep up yddlk9 E
courage men, for I have faith'i� T DAYVI
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he told me," Acts (27:25). 645 1
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way of walking than of talking.
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Thomas added 3. Jackie
Dudley, Kasssie Wood and
Adrienne Santillus all had 2,
and Stephanie chipped in with
a free throw.
The Lady Tigers traveled to
Iblar Monday. They also will
host Franklin - County
Thursday, Nov. 13th @ 3:30.
Come and support the
Blountstown Middle School
Lady Tigers!


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flhank You

It has been my honor and privilege to serve you and your children as
Superintendent of Schools for the past four years. I wish to personally
thank my family, friends, and supporters for their commitment and,
support for me during this campaign. I have run a clean and positive
campaign that reflected the respect for this office and the people of
Calhoun County. Thank you again for your support over the years.

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The County Record, NOVEMBER 12, 2008, Page 10


~:I BIRTHDAYSI


Happy "2nd" Birthday!
Elizabeth Grace, daughter of
Philip and Marianne McMillan, of
Hattiesburg, Mississippi, was in
Blountstown last week to cele-
brate her 2nd birthday on
October 23rd. EL's grandparents
are Burke & Eva Hayes and
Philip & Suella McMillan, all of
Blountstown.
Happy Birthday, EL!


Happy "1st" Birthday!
Jeffrey "Connor" Hansford cel-.
ebrated his 1st birthday Friday,
Nov. .7. He is the son of Krystal
Masters and Brian Hansford of
Altha and the little brother of
Jacob Hansford.
. Grandparents are Pat
Masters, Ricky and Karen
Hansford of Altha, and Betty
White of Cottonwood.- Great
grandparents include L.V. and
the late Harold Hansford,
Marshall and Carolyn' Masters,
aid the late Bill and Bernice
Barfield of Altha, as well as the
late Zannie and Donna White of
Cottondale.
.Connor loves to spend time
with his older brother, Jacob, rid-
ing his 4-wheeler with his daddy,
and staying the night with his
Aunt Tabbatha and Uncle Jason..
We love you, Spank!
Mommy, Daddy, and Jacob


Happy "14th" Birthday,
KAYLA!!
November 5, 2008
Love, Mama & Clark


Happy."Ist" Birthday, Rendill
Rendi Vegas Brogden, daugh-
ter of Keith and Stephanie
Brogden of Clarksville, FL, turned
one year old. on October 28th.
Rendi celebrated her birthday
with friends and family with a-
Queen Bee birthday party.
Happy Birthday, Rendi!
Love, Mom and Dad


Happy 1st Birthday, "Chunk"!
We love you,
Aunt Tabbatha and Uncle Jason


Happy "19" Birthday
Tory Stone!!
Ain't He Handsome
Ain't He Keen'
*He's My Tory And
He's turned 19.
Love, Mama, Daddy, Nancy,
Claire & Lil David













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Adoption Month underway


Area children find loving


homes, ceremony planned


Calhoun County's history is being told through a heritage book currently being put together with plans for
publication in the summer of 2009. Here is one of the stories that will be included ih the book.


My earliest memories of
Granny are spending the
night at her house and
awakening before daylight
to the wonderful smells of
coffee and bacon on the
stove. Her house was
always full of fun, laughter
and pranks. We knew the
rules growing up and we
obeyed them. I don't
believe I ever got a whip-
ping from her, although I
can't say the same for oth-
ers. She always had more
to give than what she had
and mote love to go
around.
She taught me a lot of
lessons. I learned how to.
hold a book between your
thumb and forefinger, bend
your cane pole, let go at
just the right moment and
zing your fishing line under
a limb and into the perfect
fishing spot. She taught
me how to make biscuits
and fry chicken. How to
brown the flour until
you're sure it's going to
burn before you add water
to make the best gravy in
the world. She taught me
that no matter how many
unexpected people show
up at dinnertime, there's
always enough. In -watch-
ing her, I learned to eat last
to insure everyone got
enough. Feed your chil-
dren first, then yourself.
And no . matter what,
always feed the stray cat at
your door. Just don't let
anyone catch you doing it.
She instilled .in my
mother a sense of family
and responsibility. They
both instilled the same in
me.
My grandmother,
Margaret "Irene" Pitts
Mayo, was born on March
20, 1918, in Calhoun
County, Florida to Alice
Roberts Pitts and William
"Bill John" Pitts. She was
the fourth of what would be
seven children.
Irene experienced the
pain of losing a loved one
early in life when her
mother died shortly after
giving birth to her seventh
baby, Katherine. My
grandmother was only
eight years old. Faced with
raising seven children on
his own, her father gave,
the baby to his sister
Sarah. With her mother
gone, Granny along with
the other children took on
the chores needed to run a
household. At nine years
old, she would stand in a
chair cooking meals for her
family over a wood burning
stove.
Her father remarried a
year after her mother died.
The woman he chose was
neither a soft nor kind
hearted woman. My
Grandmother's memories


Love For My Grandmother
By Connie Summer Croom


of this time were unpleas-I
ant and hard. However, a !
few years later, fate inter-
vened when Bill John's sis- ,
ter, Sarah petitioned a
judge for custody of Irene.
God's mercy placed my
Granny in a loving, home
once more.
It was while living l ithji
Sarah that Irene met Neali
Mayo. Sarah had married |
Neal's older brother, John. |
On March 30, 1934 Nealk!
and Irene were married..
She was only 16 years old
when they married by the';
judge was told different. It
was a little white lie that
began a marriage of 61
years. Granny once told
me that Granddaddy mar-
ried a kid.and helped raise
her. They loved each other
deeply and had five chil-
dren; 4 boys and a girl.
Irene Mayo has lived
her whole life in the
Clarksville area. There
she helped in one way or
another to raise a goodly
number of children; be
they her own or someone
else's who just needed,
'omA*tBve shown f e thei.
My Grandfather worked
out of town every week
which must have been
tough on my Granny.
They never, had extra
money for the frivolous
things in life, but nobody
left her house hungry or
not feeling loved.
I have always admired
her sense of responsibility.
She has never shirked a
chore or done one halfway.
"Do it right the first time"
and "There's pleasure to
be had in a job well done"
are mottos my
Grandmother lives by. She
could hoe a field of butter-
beans, have every meal
cooked on time, clothes
washed and put away,
house cleaned, and still
always had time to go fish-
ing with Mrs. Lucille.
Those two ladies fished
every fishing hole that
existed between the Park
on Highway 20 to Four
Mile Creek. Back when
you could rent a boat, they
fished Mrs. Maudie's and
all the slews in between.
Granny could always out
fish Granddaddy, which
was a sore spot with him.
Life was not all a bed of
roses but my Granny is a
woman who has perse-
vered through many , a
troubling time. DIIy'
Grandparents lost' th ir;
second child very unex-i
pectedly in 1987 when r iy
Uncle Hulon was shot and


killed. Holding fast to her
faith in God, Granny per-
severed through her sad-
ness and grief. In 1995
Gbd " called my
Grandfather home. She
still) hisses him terribly,
bt. 'remembers him fondly.
Granny took another blow
when her only daughter,
my mother, died of cancer
in 2007.' Though each loss
was heart wrenching, she
has come through them all
a little stronger and still,
tough as nails. She is the.
epitome of the tree that
bends in the strong winds.
And through it will bend
until you think it surely.


will break,- somehow, it
never does.
My Granny is an inspi-
ration to me. She has
never been a woman to
back down from anything
or anyone. She has done
more than her share of jobs
right the first time and
could out cook anyone I've
ever come across.
I've come to know my
Granny much better after
my mother passed away.
We sit and talk for hours. I
love to listen to her stories
of times long ago. It sad-
dens me to think of what
little time we have here on
earth and of those that
have gone on before us. I
can only imagine the
untold treasures that await
this wonderful, Godly
woman..


Heritage Book Committee

searching for golden agers

Calhoun County's Heritage Book Committee wish-
es to have your assistance in compiling a special sec-
tion of our forth-coming history of Calhoun County.
The first part is about citizens who are now living who
are 90 years of age or older. Please give the person's
full name, and date of birth. Be sure to include their
maiden name and all married names for the ladies.
If the person lived to be 90 years of age or older and
is now deceased, please give the full name, date of
birth and date of death. -
Calhoun County couples who are or were married
for 50 years or more from another special section in
our book. Please give the full names of the bride and
the groom, dates of birth for each, and dates of death
if applicable. Give the date the marriage took place
and the number and names bf the children born to this
special couple. You may also like to include where the
marriage took place, example:
Blountstown, Calhoun County, Florida or
Donalsonville, Seminole Countyr Georgia.
Please type or hand print dearly all names and
dates. Use the following format for the dates: month,
day and year. An example is: Jan. 1, 1896. Be sure
that you sign and print your own name as summiteer
and give your telephone number for verification pur-
poses.
We need a photograph of the persons) that we are
so very proud to be able to honor in this special way.
It does not have to be one that was taken when they
were what ever age, it can be one when they were
younger. On the 50th wedding anniversary photo-
graph it may be when they celebrated that glorious
occasion or when they first got married or somewhere
in between it is just up to you. It will be best if you do
not write on the back of the photo itself, use a label or
a Post-it-Note as sometimes when it is scanned the
print will show thru the paper. If you have a photo-
graph that you would like to be scanned to be used for
the book, or if you need assistance with your informa-
tion or story please feel free to ask. Lana Weeks our
Publicity Chairman will be happy for you to come to
her home or she will come to yours, which ever is most
convenient for you, she has a laptop computer and a
printer/scanner that is easy to take from place to place.
The deadline date has been extended and the date
at this time is not known. The meetings for the
months of November and December have been can-
celed due to the holidays.
Please mail your reply to the attention of : Mrs.
Lana Weeks, Publicity Chairman of H.B.C., 18430
SE Earl Weeks Road, Blountstown, Florida 32424-
108, or you may call 850-674-4638 for assistance or
jr;mation.


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On October 28, the
Department of Children and
Families listed 471 boys, 285
girls and 41 sibling groups avail-
able for adoption in our state.
However, on November 14,
eight of those children from our
community will be removed
from the list when they are
adopted at a special ceremony
recognizing National Adoption
Month.
The Honorable Judge
Fensom will conduct the cere-
mony at the Bay County
Juvenile Court on 11th Street
at 11:00 am. Immediately fol-
lowing the legal process, these
new families, along with others
whose adoptions were recently
finalized, will be honored with
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an Adoption Celebration. The
theme of this year's celebration
is Aloha Mau Loa which trans-
lates into "hello forever, never
again goodbye."
"That is really something to
celebrate," said Lorretta Glass,
program manager for Adoptions
and Related Services of Life
Management Center. "It is our
goal to find 'forever homes' for
our children."
Life Management Center
contracts with Big Bend
Community Based Care to pro-
vide adoption services, as well
as foster parent recruitment,
licensing and training, and fam-
ily preservation services for
children who experience abuse,
neglect or abandonment.


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The County Record, NOVEMBER 12, 2008, Page 11


CEILINE G. FOWLER
. Ceiline G. Fowler, 81, of Port
St. Joe, FL, went to be with her
Lord on Tuesday, Oct. 28,
2008; from Bay Medical
Center.
She was born in Altha, FL,
and had resided in Port St. Joe
since 1954. Ceiline was a
homemaker and a member of
Family Life Church in Port St.
Joe, FL.
She was' preceded in death
by her parents, Charles and
Katie Austin, and her husband,
Wilbur Gene Fowler.
Survivors include her daugh-
ters, Susan Victoria Griffis of
Panama City, FL, and Debra
Katherine Fontaine and hus-
band, Lee, of Port St. Joe, FL;
her three grandchildren,
Morgan Griffis, Jordan Griffis,
and Bailee Fontaine; her sister-
in-law, Margie Davis, of Altha,
FL, her sister in Christ, Maddie.
Thomas, of Port St. Joe, FL;
and numerous nieces and
nephews.
Graveside funeral services
for Ms. Fowler were held on
Saturday, Nov. 1, at 4:00 PM
EST at Chipola Cemetery in
Altha with Rev. Andrew
Rutherford officiating.
Expressions of sympathy' may
be submitted and viewed at'
www.southerlandfamily.com
Southerland Family. Funeral
Homes of Port St. Joe was in
charge of arrangements.

ROSA LEE MARSHALL
Mrs. Rosa Lee Marshall, 85,
of Clarksville, FL, passed away,
Friday night, November 7,.
2008, in Marianna, FL.
Mrs. Marshall was born on
November 8, 1922 in Calhoun
County, FL, and had lived here
for most of her life. Lee was a,
homemaker and member of
.Poplar Head Baptist Church in
Clarksville.
She was preceded in' death
by her husband, Bill Marshall,
and a son, Leon Marshall.
Survivors include three sons,
Jimmy Marshall. and his wife,
Alice; of Clarksville, Wilmer
(Pelo) Marshall and his wife,
Sharon, of Clarksville, Terry
Marshall of Clarksville; one
daughter, Ethell, Brown, and
her husband, Mike, of
Clarksville; .:.one , sister,



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bonds, and money
A& in the bank. This
cannot be faulted
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Fn enwarimo, fundamentally
wrong, of course. .
. but there is a
-different kind of estate that never
needs, or even can be probated...
The very best estate is an
honorable name, a good reputation,
a record of righteous, useful living..
.A legacy of an honorable name, a
legacy of profound respect for facts,
a deep reverence for character, a
*thirst for wisdom, a dedication for
work - is far more important and
more meaningful than money itself.
These things can NEVER be
detrimental, while money and
assets at times CAN be.
A legacy bf decency is NOT an
impossible legacy. It is an estate
ANY parent can leave to his or her
children. In the funeral home field
we have witnessed it time and time
again. . and if you look back, we
are sure you can say the same
thing with equal or perhaps even
more emphasis.
We welcome and appreciate any
comments or thoughts you may
have concerning the thoughts you
read here...

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FUNERAL HOME
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Katherine Lindsey, of
Clarksville; eight grandchildren
and sixteen great-grandchil-
dren.
Funeral 'services were held
Monday, November 10, at 1:00
p.m. (CT) at Poplar Head
Baptist Church with Rev. Bert.
Worthing and Rev. Phillip
Williams officiating. Interment
followed in the Poplar Head
Cemetery in Clarksville.
All arrangements were
under the direction of Marlon
Peavy at Peavy Funeral Home
in Blountstown, ph. 850-674-
2266.

OTTIS PARRISH
Mrs. Ottis Parrish, 81, of
Blountstown passed away
Sunday, November :9, in
Tallahassee.
She was a lifelong resident of
Blountstown and was a mem-
ber of Blountstown First
Pentecostal Holiness Church
where she was pianist and
organist for many years and
was very active in Women's
Auxiliary.
She was preceded in death
by her husband, Julian Parrish.
She is survived by a son,
Jerry Parrish, and his wife,,
Norma, of Tallahassee; .�ay'
daughter, Merna Parrish, of,
Tallahasseei three grandchilrl'
dren, Julie Bateman, Tara
Garland and her husband,
Charles, and Tommy Parrish;
two great-grandchildren,
Gideon and Solomon Garland,
Funeral services will be at ,
2:00 p.m., today, Wednesday,
November 12, from the
Blountstown First Pentecostal
Holiness Church. Interment
will follow in 'Pine Memorial,
Cemetery. The family will
receive friends 1 hour prior to
services on Wednesday at the
church. In lieu of flowers contri-
butions can be made .to
American Cancer, Society, 241
Johns Knox Rd., Tallahassee,'
FL 32303 or the American
'Diabetes Association, 8384
Baymeadows Rd. Suite 10,
Jacksonville, FL 32256.
Adams Funeral Home is in
charge of the arrangements (ph.
674-5449, or online at
www.adamsfh.com).

NANCY ANNE RENNA
Nancy Anne Renna, 46, of
Blountstown passed away
Tuesday, November 4, 2008, in
Blountstown.
She was born in Lakeland,
Florida, and had lived in
Blountstown for several
months, working as an LPN at
Courtyard Rehabilitation &
Nursing Center in Marianna.
She was preceded in death
by her husband, Tom Renna;. a
son, Jonathan Lindsey; and a
brother, David Batson.
She is survived by her father,
Larry Batson; her mother,
Mary Anne Keen, and her
step-father, Mark, of Marianna;
a daughter, Danielle Renna, of
Lakeland; and one grandchild,
Jacob David Lindsey of
Lakeland.
Memorial services will be
held at a later date. Adams
Funeral Home is in charge of
the arrangements (ph. 674-
5449 ' or online at
www.ad'amsfh.com).


FUN AT THE FIRST BAPTIST

FALL FESTIVAL


The First Baptipt Church of Blountstown was the place to be Oct. 29 for
the Harvest Round Up Fall Festival. Youngsters from all over the com-
munity enjoyed crafts, games, and goodies. Pictured (clockwise from
top left): Spencer 'Spiderman' Williams takes on a big helping of cotton
candy; Ariana Layfield captured first place honors in the costume con-
test; Lydia Pickron, Hannah Smith, and Madison Brown play a game
together; Sandi Kimbrel won first place in. the baking contest for this fall
masterpiece.


'Nutcracker on stage


December 7 in Bristol


The Liberty Music .& Drama
Troupe will be performing The
Nutcracker on December 7,
2008 at 3:00 p.m. ET at the

Stewarts, to mark

50th anniversary

with party Nov. 22
Dick and Lucille Stewart
cordially invite family and
friends to a reception in cele-
bration of their 50th wedding
anniversary on Saturday,
November 22nd. The reception
will be held at the Altha
Community Center from 12:00
until 3:00 p.m.


Veterans
Civic/Cultural


Memorial
Center in


Bristol.
All tickets will be $10. 'lb
purchase your tickets please
call Bonita Deck at 643-9808.
This event is sponsored in
part by the Liberty County Arts
Council, Liberty County Board
of County Commissioners,
Florida Department of State,
Division of Cultural Affairs, the
Florida Arts Council and the
National Endowment for the,
Arts.


SUBSCRIBE TODAY!.!
Call 674-5041


The Church of the Nazarene
Dr Ernie Gray * 674-8196
Sunday . 9:00. a.m. ...Morning Worship
10:15 a.m. ...Sunday School for All Ages
Wednesday 6:00 p.m. ...Bible Study and
Youth & Children's Activiites
Thursday 1:30 p.m. ...Primetime Senior Bible Study


SBlountstown First

Assembly of God Church


Sunday Services
Sunday School...9:45 AM
Morning Worship...11:00 AM
Evening Worship...5:00 PM
Wednesday Service...7:00 PM


Pastor, Shelton Kindig
Hwy. 20 West, 13th Street
Blountstown, FL
850-6744331


Gateway Baptist Church
17667 N Main St., Blountstown, FL * 674-5725
Sunday School...9:30 AM * Worship Service,..11:00 AM
Sunday Evening...6:00 Pm
Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study...6:00 PM
"At Gateway Baptist Church Everybody Is Somebody
and Jesus Christ Is Lord"



SOUTHSIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD
S15164 SR 71 South, Blountstown, Fla.
SUNDAYS WEDNESDAY
Sunday School 10:00 AM Bible Study 7:00 PM
LARRY WHITE, Morning Worship 11:00 AM Kidz Jr. Bible Quiz 7:00 PM
PASTOR Children's Church 11.:00 AM
482-4825 Evening Worhsip 5:00 PM
CHURCH PHONE Kidz Sunday School
674-8884 and Church 10AM-12Noon www.dtapps.com/southside/
67-88


Parthenon of Blountstown

Team Player of the Month


Violet Milligan
Parthenon Healthcare of Blountstown has recognized Violet Milligan, DietaryAlde
as our October Team Player of the Month. She has been employed
since August 1991. Violet was recognized for her dedication to work and her positive attitude to our residents and
staff. No matter what the situation, she is always willing to help. �
Congratulations!


Christian Home Free WfillBaptist Church
19244 NE State Road 69, Blountstown, FL 32424
Sunday Services Ron Burger, Pastor
Sunday School...9:45 AM 850-674-5194
Morning Worship...11:00 AM www.christianhomefreewillbaptlstchurch.org
Evening Worship...6:00 PM email: chfwbc@aol.com
Wednesday Service...6:00 PM Come Be Our Guest!


St. Mary Missionary

Baptist Church
16345 SE River Street. Blountstown, FL
DR. C.L. WILSON, PASTOR
850-674-8716 1 i
"We Minister To Needs Without Magnifying Faults"
Sunday School - 9:30 AM * Morning Worship - 11:00 AM -
Prayer and Bible Study Wednesday - 6:30 PM
General Mission & Brotherhood 2nd & 4th Saturday - 10 AM


- Blountstown United Methodist Church
Located on Hwy 20 directly across from
Sub-Way & McDonalds
Wednesday Bible Study... 9:00 AM
Sunday School...9:45 AM
Sunday Worship... 11:00 AM


Telephone: 674-8254


Email: btownumc@yahoo.com


Meaningful Bible Study.............;.......... 9:45 AM
SExciting Worship.................................11:00 AM
Bible Study & Worship......................... 6:00 PM
Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study..........6:30 PM
Pastor David Throckmorton
Located two blocks south of the intersection Highway 20
and Main Street in Blountstown
First Baptist Church
Helping people follow in the footsteps of Christ


SChurch Director


For Information On Listing Your Church, Call 674-5041


Family


Dentistry


DENTURE
LAB ON PREMISES
Same-Day Service on Repairs and Relines


Laban Bontrager, DMD


Family Dentistry

12761 NW Pea Ridge Road, Bristol, FL 32321
TELEPHONE: (850) 643-5417


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The County Record, NOVEMBER 12, 2008, Page 12


WINS GRILL


Eric Jones, shown above, is the winner of an electric grill donated
by West Florida Electric Cooperative to the Calhoun County Take Stock
in Children Scholarship Program to use as a fundraiser. The drawing
for the grill was held October 31, during halftime at Blountstown High
School's football game. Proceeds from the raffle will go to benefit the
Take Stock in Children Program, which provides 4-year college schol-
arships to local students. To learn more about the program or to
donate to the fund, contact Barbara HathdWay at 674-5927.


Buddy Poppies

distributed in

honor of veterans

James Dykes of the VFW
Post 12010, along with his
wife, Avis, were greeting visitors
outside the Blountstown Post
Office Friday distributing the tra-
ditional Buddy Poppies in honor
of Veterans Day.
For more than 75 years, the
VFW's Buddy Poppy program
has raised millions of dollars in
support of veterans' welfare and
the well being of their depend-
ents. VFW Buddy Poppies are
assembled by disabled and
needy veterans in VA Hospitals.
At left, Carolyn Gatlin accepts
a Buddy Poppy from James
and Avis.


Costume Winners


Parthenon Heallhcare of Blounistown celebrated Halloween with
their annual costume contesI Residents and staff Iried to sway the
judges' votes with creative costumes and very entertaining presenta-
lions. It was a very tough decision, but winners are (front row)
Sharon Graves and Karla Nichols as Ihe Splisn Splash Girls (group,
staff). Eugene Abbot and Wonda Marshall as Popeye and Olive Oil
(residents), Betty Godwin as BoDo the Clown (individual, staff).
Judges (back row) were Major Rodney Smith, Sheriff David Tatum,
Cily Manager James Woods, and Police Chief Glenn Kimbrel.


Legal Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 08-54PR
IN RE: ESTATE OF
CAROL Y. FOSTER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of CAROL Y.
FOSTER, deceased, whose date of death was
July 26, 2008; File Number 08-54PR, Is pending
in the Circuit Court for Calhoun County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address.of which Is 20859
East Central Ave, Blountstown, FL 32424. The
names and addresses of the personal represen-
tative and the personal representative's attorney
are set forth'below.
All creditors of the decedent and other persons
having claims or demands against decedent's
estate, on whom a copy of this notice Is required
to be served must file their claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands against dece-
dent's estate must file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH itll 'SECTiON 733.702
OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FORE.'ER BARRED
tlOThWiTISTArNDiNG TiHE TiME PERIOD SET
FORTH ABC'.'E, ArN' CLAIl.I FILED TWO (2)
FEAfRi OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH iS BARiREE
Tne nie OI fui, i put.i.CaTc.n oi iris notice is:
Pcrcora..i R,-presentatlve:
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR CALHOUN COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO.: 60-PR
IN RE: ESTATE OF HAROLD E. GRUMBLING
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The administration of the estate of HAROLD E. 1
GRUMBLING, whose date of death was August
19, 2008, and whose Social Security Number is
261-68-2845, is pending in the Circuit Court for N
Calhoun County, Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is 20859 Central Avenue E,
Blountstown, Florida. The names and addresses
of the Personal Representative and the Personal t
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All creditors of the decedent and other persons r
having claims or demands against decedent's �
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WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
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OF SERVICE OF A COPY OFTHIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands against dece-
dent's estate must file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. I1
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH IN' SECTION 733,702
OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED. I
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this notice
is November 12, 2008.
Personal Representative:
Charles E. Grumbling
414 'South Woodlawn Avenue
Inverness, Florida 34452
Attorney for Personal Representative:
R. Shawn Fitzpatrick P
.FJTZPATRICK & FITZPATRICK, P.A.
213 North Apopka Avenue
Inverness, Florida 34450-4239 .
352-726-1821
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( Deadline Monday Noon * FAX: 674-5008 * Phone: 674-5041 * E-mail: classifieds@thecountyrecord.net


AUCTIONS
ESTATE AUCTION
65 Years Accumulation
Saturday, November 22, 9:00
AM/CST
Stanley's Auction Barn
1-Mile East of Greenwood, FL
John Stanley
(850) 594-5200
AU044 / AB491
FARM EQUIPMENT
AUCTION
'Saturday, November 15, 8:30
a.m./CST
1-Mile, East of Greenwood, FL
on Highway 69 Fort Rd.
Consignment's Welcome
John Stanley
(850) 594-5200
AU044 / AB491

CARS & TRUCKS
2006 Lincoln Towncar, excellent'
condition. Call 674-9871.
2006 Ford F250, automatic, cold
air, extra cab, looks and drives like
new, 107,000 miles, $9,950,00. Cal
762-2710.. .
1979 Ford F-100 SWB, good con-
dition, $1800. Call 762-8136.
2008 GMC Envoy SLT, ,loaded
brand new, less than 1000 miles
black w/gray leather, $24,500. Cal
643-6702, 674-8664, ask for Lisa oi
674-5470, leave message.
2005 Toyota 4-Runner, black
loaded, excellent condition, 80,40C
miles. $18,000. Call 850-579-4017

BOAT & MOTOR
14 ft. fiberglass boat.with 30 HF
Evinrude motor and trolling motor
$2,000.: ,all 674-5248.

FOR RENT
Mobile home. 1 &.2 bedroom or
John F,.Bailey Road, .SR 20 W,
Blountstown. $85 to $145 weekly
Deposit required. All .,utilities includ-
ed& NO PETS. Also RV for rent.
Call 674-7616. :
14.-k70- 2- bedroom, mobile home
on 1/2 acre, dead end street. Semi-
furnishea. No Pets, $300 deposit,
$400, ;onth. Rental references
required. Call 674-4011
RV trailers $75 - $80 week, mosi
utilities furnished; 2 bdr. trailers
when available.. Call 674-4011.
2 bedroom, 2 bath mobile home ir
Clarksville area off Hwy.- 287-A
$400/month plus deposit. Call 643-
9193 or 643-6495.


3 bedroom house for rent' in
Blountstown. Call for information,
674-5961.
3 bedroom, 2 bath mobile home in
Clarksville, $450/month. No pets.
Call 674-8725.
2 bedroom mobile home, nice loca-
t tion near school. in Bristol. Call 674-
8317 or 643-7569.
2 & 3 bedroom mobile homes in
D Altha, very nice. Call 762-9555 or,
I 762-8597.

FOR SALE
Computers for sale - new or facto-
ry refurbished computers, Monitors,
I, nkjet & Laser Printers, CD's, CD-
, ROM, CD Drives, Zip Drives, SparQ
I Drive and Software. Call Russell A.
r Peterson at (850) 674-2958, 17785
Crozier St., Blountstown. E-mail:
russellp@digitalExpt.Cpm.

Gas ceramic fire logs, excellent
condition, includes set of brass fire
dogs and a brass poker set, $100;
floral couch with 1 matching chair,
$100;'incline tread mill, like new,
, $300; cocktail table with 2 matching
end tables, $100; curio cabinet,
$100. Call 643-4647.
12 ga. shotgun, $160.00, 20 ga.
bolt action, $40. Call 643-4647:.
Computer, printer, table and chair,
new. 1,000, Call 643-4647.
1984 Honda Shadow vt700c
Motorcycle, runs good, new paint
Sjob. $1500 OBO, will do payments,
call for details. Call 674-1740, leave
a message.
Children's clothes, some adult
clothes, household items, small girls
t" bike, $15, double stroller, $50, stair
s stepper,$25, tread mill, $100. Call
674-6393.
243 Browning Automatic with
Leupold Scope, $1,000 OBO. Call
850-557-6199.
Oak Twin/full bunk bed, $100;
White metal twin/twin bunk bed,
$75.00. Call 850-557-7141, leave
message.
Glass top, electric stove, 4 years
ild, excellent condition, 4 burners,
free standing, color white, $150.
Call 762-2433.
Fax/printer, excellent condition, call
643-7955.
GE 46" TV, good condition, $300.
Sofa and loveseat, blue plaid, excel-


S FORRENT
1, 2, & 3 Bedroom
Apartments
"The Best Place to Li Uve"
Rental Assistance
Kut"ton Creek Apartment

16978 NW Mayo Street
Blountstown, FL 32424
850-674-4202
TDD/TTY 711
Equal Housing Opportunity


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lent condition, $400. Call 850-579-
4017.
Two (2) wooden barstools with
backs, swivel, really nice, $10 OBO.
Call 674-8183.

FREE
Free oak firewood available, all on
ground, some cut already, bring saw.
Call 674-3905, mornings or evening
or come io Woodman's and Creek-
intersection. Hwy 73N by Four Mile
Creek playground.

FREE PETS
Free kittens. Call 674-8682.
Free puppies to a good home, 9
weeks old, mixed./ Call 762-3366.

JOB
OPPORTUNITIES
A Terrific Opportunity!
Liberty National Life Insurance
Company
$100,000+ Earning Potential,
Benefits, Pension, 401(k), BCBS
Insurance. Call 1-800-257-5500.
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Earn 50%, Starter Kit only $10


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Call today: (850) 570-1499
www.youravon.com/tdavies
DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED. No
CDL? No Problem! $900 weekly.
Home weekends with TMC.
Company endorsed CDL Training.
1-866-280-5309.

LosT & FOUND
Found: Small female beagle in the
Hwy. 275 area. Call and identify,
643-7604.

PETS FOR SALE
5 male Pekinese puppies, first
shots and wormed, asking' $300.
Health certificate included. Ready to
go. Call 379-3242 or 544-8984.

REAL ESTATE
"Compass Lake in th.M
Jackson County, one acre 'l r'
sale. Property owners enjoy 2 LPes
for fishing and boating, clubhl'se
with pool table. TV room and restau-
rant, swimming pool. tennis, baskel-
ball, racquetball courts, volleyball,
golf driving range, slables wniln
horseback riding, pontoon boat . .
rentals, cabinets lor rent. ca '
ground for RV's and mpre.
Homeowners Association dues and
taxes only $350.00 a year Priced to
sell at $18,000 Call 850-227-5380.
Eight Acres for Sale in Kinard off
Highway 73. Property is partially
cleared, 'has a new never used sep-
tic tank, well with pump in storage
building, electric pole, security light,
small travel trailer, and nice neigh-
bors. The land is ready to build on,
and cannot be subdivided. Priced at
$59,000 to sell. Call 850-227-5380.
25 acres in Altha, Fla., $5,000 an .
acre. * Owner financing with 10%
down. Highway 71 frontage. Call
251-802-1502.

SERVICES
ALLEN McCLELLAN
HANDY MAN
-CARPENTRY *REPAIRS
PAINTINGG -OR JUST NAME ITI
Sb8'50-76ar2081 ' ,,
- ' " INSURED "
Small tractor work - Food plots,
discing, dirt & gravel work, rotary till-
ing, or bush hogging. Call 643-7446.

WANTED
Wanted: pasture land &'hay fields
to rent or lease in Calhoun County.
674-9461.
WANTED - A Stabilizer Towing
Package for a 26 ft. Mallard RV. Call
� Jean or Bobby at 850-835-4552.

YARD SALE
Multi family yard sale Saturday,
8:00 - .2:00 on SE Pear 'St.,
Blountstown. Lots and lots of baby
clothes for girls, 0-2T, household
items, misc. furniture. Call 674-5943
for more info.


M&W Self Storage
RENTALS
7 Days A Week Service
5x10...$20 Per Month
10x10...$35 Per Month
10x20...$70 Per Month
10x25...$90 Per Month
. NO DEPOSIT-.
CALL 762-8807 OR 762-9555
OR 762-8597

ALL TYPES .
INSURANCE
AUTO * HOME * LIFE
*PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
For A Friendly Ouote Call
674-5333
Vickery-O'Bryan
INSURANCE'
603 N. Main SL, Blauntsaown, FL .


IN HOME TELEPHONE
REPAIR SERVICE
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* REPLACE OLD LINES
- INSTALL NEW JACKS
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Free computer classes



offered at local library


- . Free computer classes are
planned for the month of
November at the Calhoun
County Public Library.
Classes are limited to five
students. Please come to the
Adult Computer Lab to enroll


Colonial

dinner at

Thinking pink: Raising breast cancer awareness Settlement


Health Department staffs in both Calhoun (above) and Liberty (below) recently celebrated Breast
Cancer Awareness Month by wearing pink in some very unique ways. They also recognized employees
who are breast cancer survivors. The local health departments remind residents to schedule their annu-
al mammogram today.


Colonial Thanksgiving is set
for Saturday, Nov. 15, at 6 p.m.
at the Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement.
The evening will feature a
candlelight dinner in the cabins
with hosts in period costumes
telling stories and singing songs
for guests. Tickets are $30
each.
Call 674-2777 to reserve
your seats.


ahead of time. A current
Calhoun County Library card is
needed to participate. Classes
start promptly at 10:30 a.m.
and run for 60 minutes. The
schedule is as follows:
Tuesday, November 18th -
Internet for Beginners.
Wednesday, November 19th
- Internet for Beginners.
Tuesday, November 25th -
E-Mail Basics.
Wednesday, November 26th


- E-Mail Basics.
One on one classes are also
available, by appointment. Do
you need to learn Word, Excel,
PowerPoint, or Publisher for
your job or just for fun? Call
Jane Breeze at 674-8773, ext.
35 for more information or
come to the library to enroll.
The Blountstown library is
located on North Pear
Street/Hwy. 69 next to the W.T.
Neal Civic Center.


Grow Yourself and
Your Business
How do y6ur grow your busi-
ness? Especially now in these
tough economic times? How do
you create CUSTOMER LOY-
ALTY that keeps your cus-
tomers coming back to your
business and not the competi-
tions? You have to first make
sure you're growing yourself
and those on your team.
One of the very first steps
you need to do is establish with-
in the culture of your business
that everyone employed at your
company has the role of a sales-
person.
Though sales people have
been given a bad rap over the
years (some rightfully so, but
these are the "bad apples" in
"some barrels), that's no reason
that you should avoid this reali-
ty.
Of course your front-line
sales people know that every-
one is in sales; but whether
you're in the accounting depart-
ment, HR, the service team,
call center, are an executive,
etc., everyone is in fact "sell-
ing" your company---for good or
bad.
Every time someone
answers your phone they're
selling the customer with their
friendliness, their attitude and
their willingness to provide the
solution the caller is asking for.


Every time your service team
provides an installation or serv-
ice repair, their professionalism,
their expertise and their atti-
tude in working with the cus-
tomer is selling that person on
whether'this will be the first, or
last, time they do business with
you. Every time your collec-
tions department resolves a dis-
pute with your customers, they
are selling your business in how
easy this process was or wasn't.
And you can be assured that
your customers will tell their
family, friends and colleagues
the positive, or negative, results
that they experienced in all. of
this.
If you're serious about pro-
viding world-class customer
service and over delivering on
value, start with yourself; &
your team and make sure
everyone is creating customer
loyalty and watch your business
grow!
Until next time, remember:
"Your Success Is My
Business!"
Joey Peacock is Team
Coach, Motivator & Solutions
Provider as the National
Business Sales Director -
Telecom Group for FairPoint
Communications. Visit him at
www.joeypeacock.com or con-
tact him at
joey@joeypeacock.com


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The Calhoun County Clerk |,
of Court Office will be
CLOSED on
Thursday November 27th
& Friday November 28th
for Thanksgiving Holidays.
We would like to wish
everyone Happy
Thanksgiving!!
If you have any further
I| questions, please
call. Thanks!
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