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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2010 104th Year, No. 13 BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 50 CENTS (Including Tax) CRIMEQuestions surround double shootingBY KELLI PEACOCK DUNN News EditorThe Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office is investigating an early morning shooting that sent two men to the hospital. Randy Dale Lemmons, Sr., 58, and Joseph Douglas Sellers, 40, have both been hospitalized for gunshot wounds. According to the CCSO, a call came into their office at 1:55 a.m. Sunday reporting a shooting on Abe Springs Road. Details are sketchy and the CCSO advises the matter remains under investigation to determine what led to the shooting. Serving Blountstown and Calhoun County Since 1907 RIVER FORECAST A AP P A A L L A A C C H H I I C C O O L L A AR RI I V V E E R RNov. 24...8PM... 3 3 . 4 4 ' Nov. 26...8PM... 3 3 . 2 2 ' Nov. 28...6AM... 3 3 . 0 0 'The County Record The County Record ONLINE EDITION The County RecordONLINEwww.thecountyrecord.netSEEAPHOTOYOULIKE?BUYITONLINE!CITY ISSUESHeated debate over BPD chief postBY KELLI PEACOCK DUNN News Editor Blountstown Police Chief Glenn Kimbrel, who was set to retire on Jan. 31, told the City Council during a special meeting last Wednesday that he’d changed his mind. But by meeting’s end, the Council agreed unanimously that his retirement was binding and they would be searching for a new chief. Back in 2006, Kimbrel entered Florida’s “DROP” program, setting his retirement date five years later for Jan. 31, 2011. Through the plan, Kimbrel will receive a monthly retirement check, as well as a lump sum. At the beginning of Wednesday’s meeting, Mayor Winston Deason stressed, “We’re not trying to put him out of work, he retired.” But Kimbrel told the Council he decided to keep his job. City Manager James Woods stated that the decision was the Council’s on whether to rehire Kimbrel. He pointed out that if the Council reinstates him after Jan. 31, the City will have to reimburse the Florida retirement system $34,000. The DROPprogram does allow former employees to be rehired after six months of retirement and there would be no financial penalty against the City. Kimbrel questioned why they had to advertise and reminded the Council that back in 2004, he was appointed to fill the chief’s post when Mayor Deason retired from the job. “What’s changed since then?” he asked. Woods advised that the City adopted a personnel policy in 2005 requiring all positions be advertised. Kimbrel told the Council if they rehired him, they wouldn’t have to pay any retirement on him. “That would save you $15,000 to $18,000 a year,” he remarked. Councilman Tony Shoemake said he didn’t want the City having to pay  APPLIANCES  PAINT  LUMBER  BUILDING MATERIALS  TOOLS  FLOOR COVERING & MORE WALDORFF A CE H ARDWAR E 25615 N. MAIN ST., ALTHA, FLA. 762-3228 After Thanksgiving Sale Friday & Saturday $ 89 99 After $10 Mail-In Rebate DeWalt 18 Volt Cordless Drill Limit 1 Rebate Includes Case and 2 Batteries wacky wednesday Large Cheese Pizza Additional Toppings Available $5.55 DINE IN OR CARRY OUT 19838 SR 20 West Blountstown, FL 674-3838 POLITICSJackson, Pickron in City runoff election on Dec. 7GOVERNMENTMcDougald, Grant sworn into officeThere's a new face on the Calhoun County Commission as Darrell McDougald, recently elected as the district 2 representative, was sworn into office last Tuesday night. Also taking his oath of office was longtime district 4 commissioner, Truman Grant. They are pictured above during the ceremony administered by County Attorney Matt Fuqua. BY KELLI PEACOCK DUNN News Editor A former Blountstown resident who lost his father in a motorcycle crash in Calhoun County nearly three years ago has died from injuries sustained in a collision in Tallahassee. Jason Sulewski, 23, passed away Sunday night at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital. Sources say Sulewski was on his 2005 Yamaha motorcycle when it was rear-ended by a van as he waited to turn off SR20 onto Ben Stoutamire Road early Friday evening. Back in February of 2008, Jason’s father, Michael Sulewski, 62, was killed in a motorcycle accident in Ocheesee. Jason is survived by his wife, Amber; his mother, Bonnie; brothers, Jeremiah, Micah, and Josh; and sisters, Audra Lynn and Michelle. Details on funeral services were not available at press time.TRAGEDYFormer resident dies from motorcycle crash injuriesJason Sulewski is shown here with his wife, Amber. INSIDE THIS ISSUECarr FFA places 2nd in state competition!Turn to page 9BY KELLI PEACOCK DUNN News Editor The at-large voting issue in Calhoun County has surfaced and resurfaced repeatedly for nearly 25 years and the County Commission appears to be trying to bury it once again. As reported in the Oct. 27 issue of The County Record Jim Pruette, who leads the CalhounLiberty Patriots, filed a case in federal court against the Calhoun County Board of Commissioners, seeking an order to show cause as to what authority the Commission used to legally ignore the referendum passed overwhelmingly by Calhoun County voters in Nov. 1996 to return to at-large voting. He also asked for a writ of mandamus directing the commission to comply with the referendum. In response, County Attorney Matt Fuqua has filed a motion to dismiss the case on behalf of the Commission claiming that “the petitioner has failed to state a cause of action.” At-large voting ended in 1986 after a federal lawsuit was filed by Carlton Smith. The county never put it on the ballot for voters to decide, as provided in the Florida Constitution. Voting has been by single member districts ever since. In 1996, a citizen group petitioned and a referendum to return to at-large voting was on the ballot, passing with a 70% majority in favor. However, the threat of another lawsuit prompted the County Commission to remain with the single member method. Pruette met with the Commission last month asking them to abide by the referendum. A motion by Commissioner Danny Ray Wise in favor of following the referendum died for a lack of a second.GOVERNMENTIs BCC trying to bury at-large voting issue?A runoff election is set for Tuesday, Dec. 7, to fill a vacancy on the Blountstown City Council. Clifford Jackson and Roy Pickron are vying for the Ward 1 post. Early voting is Monday, Nov. 29, through Saturday, Dec. 4, in the Elections office in the courthouse basement from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Election Day (Dec. 7), the Calhoun County Library on North Pear St. will be the polling place for all city voters, open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Voters should park in the back and use the back door. Photo ID is required or you may vote a provisional ballot.See BPD CHIEF page 11


BY KELLI PEACOCK DUNN News EditorTwo men are behind bars for allegedly cooking meth on a sandbar. Bradley Allen Trickey, 26, and William Houston “Shorty” Taylor, 54, have been charged with manufacture of meth. According to the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office, Inv. Mark Mallory was joined by FWCOfficers Scott Cassels and Mike Guy on an Apalachicola River investigation after an anonymous tip about possible meth cooking along the river. Investigators came upon Trickey and Taylor the evening of Oct. 28. Trickey was sitting in a boat and Taylor was in a chair on the shore. Another man was with them. Inv. Mallory discovered all the makings of a meth lab on the sandbar. Taylor reportedly gave consent for a search of a bag he said belonged to him. A clear plastic bottle was found inside with a strong odor of flammable solvent used in the manufacture of meth. Numerous other items used to cook the drug were found on the sandbar near the men. Warrants were issued for Taylor and Trickey and they were taken into custody last week. There was no evidence at the time to arrest the third man with them. The County Record, NOVEMBER 24, 2010, P P a a g g e e 2 2 MERLE NORMAN 17932 Main St. N Hwy. 71 Next to Harvey's Blountstown, FL 850-674-9191 USPS 135-060 Published every Wednesday by Calhoun Publishing Co., Inc. 20311 Central Avenue West Blountstown, FL 32424 PHONE: 850-674-5041 •FAX: 850-674-5008 e-mail: website: Periodicals postage paid at Blountstown, FL Post Office POSTMASTER: Send address changes to THE COUNTY RECORD P.O. Box 366, Blountstown, FL 32424 $21.00 in Calhoun & Liberty Counties $26.00 Elsewhere Robert A. Turner Publisher/Editor/Advertising Sharon Turner Bookkeeper/Circulation Kelli Peacock....News Editor Somehow, largely through the Grace of God, devoted loyalty, and the vast pride on the part of many people, The County Record has never missed an issue.The County Record The Voice of Calhoun County Since 1907 CALHOUN & LIBERTY COUNTYSHERIFF'S LOGC C A A L L H H O O U U N N C C O O U U N N T T Y Y N N o o v v . 1 1 5 5 : : Raymond Piercy, VOP; Matthew Woods, grand theft; Brad Trickey, manufacture of meth N N o o v v . 1 1 7 7 : : David Ford, VOP; William Houston Taylor, manufacture of meth; Rhonda Faye Prescott, VOCC; Adron Zimmerman, resisting arrest without violence N N o o v v . 1 1 8 8 : : Abigail Barfield, worthless checks; William Taylor, VOP; Kimberly Hall, principle to selling/dispensing prescription drugs without being furnished with a prescription; Jeremy McCreary, VOP L L I I B B E E R R T T Y Y C C O O U U N N T T Y Y N N o o v v . 1 1 6 6 : : Lorrie Louketis state VOP, poss. or use of drug paraphernalia, introduction/remove contraband into a county detention facility; Darcia Simmons, holding for CCSO N N o o v v . 1 1 7 7 : : Rhonda Prescott, holding for Jackson Co. N N o o v v . 1 1 8 8 : : Adron Zimmerman, grand theft; JohnMarcus Messer, making a false report; Kimberly Hall, holding for CCSOT T h h e e a a b b o o v v e e i i n n d d i i v v i i d d u u a a l l s s w w e e r r e e b b o o o o k k e e d d i i n n t t o o t t h h e e C C a a l l h h o o u u n n o o r r L L i i b b e e r r t t y y C C o o u u n n t t y y J J a a i i l l o o v v e e r r t t h h e e p p a a s s t t w w e e e e k k . A A l l t t h h o o uu g g h h t t h h e e y y h h a a v v e e b b e e e e n n c c h h a a r r g g e e d d w w i i t t h h a a c c r r i i m m e e , t t h h e e y y a a r r e e c c o o n n s s i i d d e e r r e e d d i i n n n n o o c c e e n n t t u u n n t t i i l l p p r r o o v v e e n n g g u u i i l l t t y y . THANKSGIVING What's the secret to a fabulous Thanksgiving turkey? We asked these first graders at Blountstown Elementary School for the skinny on cooking a great bird.D D A A R R I I A A N N M M I I L L L L S S : : Flatten it up and put some pepper on it. Put it in the oven on two degrees and bake it for about five or 10 minutes. Then I'm gonna put it on the table with a candle. Mrs. Fields' can blow out the candle on her birthday. F F A A I I T T H H Y Y O O U U N N G G : : Put sugar on it and nuts and pepper and pepperoni and ice cream and an egg and salt. Put it in the oven on 20 degrees and cook it for 10 minutes. Eat it with ice cream, raisins, cake, milk, and cookies. B B R R I I T T T T A A N N Y Y M M E E A A R R S S : : Put a little salt and some Slap Yo Mama seasoning on it. Put it in the oven for one hour on eight degrees. Then eat it with cheese grits. I love grits! H H A A Y Y D D E E N N C C R R E E A A M M E E R R : : Put some salt and pepper on it and a little sprinkle of sugar. Cook it in the oven for 20 minutes on 40 degrees. Eat it with broccoli and vegetables. Bake the broccoli inside the turkey so it can taste like broccoli. S S K K Y Y E E W W O O O O T T E E N N : : Put salt on it and pepper. Wrap it up and put it in the oven on six degrees. Cook it for nine minutes. Eat it with some cornbread, corn, hot wings, an apple, grapes, and then some ice cream. Z Z A A C C K K A A R R Y Y H H U U R R T T : : Put a little salt on it then put it in the oven on 10 degrees for one minute and 30 seconds. I would make it with a pumpkin and eat it. I would also like to have some turkey soup. Z Z Y Y K K E E R R R R I I A A E E D D W W A A R R D D S S : : Put some salt, pepper and gravy on it. Put it in the oven on seven degrees and cook it for 11 minutes. Eat it with corn, vegetables, peas and grits. E E M M M M A A C C A A S S T T E E N N A A D D A A : : Take the feathers off and put it on the grill. Put a little bit of salt on it and cook it for one hour. Have rice with it for dinner. CRIME BRIEFSTwo arrested after meth lab on sandbar is bustedBY KELLI PEACOCK DUNN News Editor A Blountstown teen and a woman are both behind bars following an investigation into street level prescription drug sales. Kimberly Ann Hall has been charged as a principle to selling prescription drugs without a prescription. An unnamed teen has been charged with two counts of selling prescription drugs. Both were arrested Thursday. According to the CCSO, the case began Oct. 13 when a confidential informant was supplied with buy money and arranged to purchase some pills from the teen. Sgt. Mark Mallory and Dep. Eddie Dalton monitored the buy using audio and video equipment. The informant met the teen near his home and exchanged $40 for 20 Buspar pills. The teen then had the informant give him a ride to Hall’s house where he exchanged $60 for 20 Seroquel pills. TRICKEYHALLInvestigation into pill sales leads to two arrests T TH H E EC CO O U U N N T T Y YR RE E C C O O R R D DW WI I S S H H E E S SA AL L L LO OU U R RR RE E A A D D E E R R S SA A H HA A P P P P Y YT TH H A A N N K K S S G G I I V V I I N N G G! !TAYLOR


For the seniors on the 2010 Blountstown High School, Friday night’s 20-7 regional playoff loss was a bitter pill to swallow. Questionable calls by game officials wiped out one Blountstown touchdown on an interception and another gave Northview a touchdown when the Tigers had apparently stopped the Chiefs short of the goal line on a great defensive play on fourth down. The two calls didn’t decide the game, although they may have changed the final score. Northview controlled the clock with a punishing ground attack gaining 241 yards on 57 plays. Blountstown had the ball for only three possessions in the second half for a mere 2 minutes and 57 seconds. The Tigers managed only 109 yards rushing on 22 attempts and completed only 1 of 15 passes for a meager 15 yards. “Their offensive and defensive lines were strong and controlled the game,” coach Greg Jordan said Monday. “They ran 59 plays to our 37. We had the ball for only 5 plays in the fourth quarter. They ran a tight set and either gave it to their big fullback who gained 148 yards and scored two touchdowns, or their quarterback kept it and ran outside for 55 yards,” Jordan noted. Regardless of the score, this Tiger team improved as the season progressed, won the district championship and finished the year at 9-2. Despite losing some key players to graduation the Tigers will have several starters returning and some promising young players moving up according to coach Jordan. Coach Jordan and his team will also be waiting for the Florida High School Athletic Association’s final plan for district alignment in January. On Monday, they released their tentative Rural classification plans for boys and girls basketball, baseball, softball, volleyball and football. The new district alignment will be for the 2011-13 seasons. The plan just released would have Blountstown in District 3 football with Bozeman, Vernon, South Walton, and Holmes County. District 4 football would have Liberty County, Port St. Joe, Franklin County and West Gadsden. Wewa would go to District 2 in football with Graceville, Cottondale, Sneads and Chipley, one of the largest schools in the district with 588 students as of last report. Coach Jordan says he thinks there will be some changes to that plan in January. After both teams had punted Friday night on their opening possessions, a hard rush forced a Northview pass that bounced off some linemen before Corey McClellan intercepted the ball and had a convoy of blockers headed downfield for an easy touchdown. However, an official had inadvertently blown his whistle and the ball was brought back to the spot of the interception. The Tigers eventually had to punt but a vicious tackle by Hunter Jordan knocked the ball loose and the Tigers recovered at their own 33. Both teams continued to play well on defense forcing each other to punt. The Tigers took over near midfield after a scoreless first quarter. Quarterback Charles Buggs, Jr., connected with Paul Mosley for 16 yards and Charles Mosley broke free down the sideline for 17 yards and a touchdown. Marquel Comer’s PAT gave the Tigers a 7-0 lead. Northview took over at their own 40 and wasted little time scoring. Fullback Roderick Woods broke tackle and rambled for 33 yards then blasted his way in for the score from the 9. The extra point tied the game at 7-7. On their first possession of the second half, Northview moved to the Tiger 5 where they had first and goal. The Tiger defense stopped the Chiefs on the first three running plays and on fourth down Northview bobbled the ball in a mass of bodies near the goal line. The official closest to the play was waving his arms and marked the ball with his foot a half yard short of the goal line. The official from the far side of the field ran into the mass and called touchdown. His late call stood and the Chiefs took a 14-7 lead. The Tigers managed two first downs on their next series before failing on fourth down. Northview took over at their own 23 midway the third quarter and put together an 18 play, 77 yard scoring drive that lasted into the fourth quarter. The missed kick after the touchdown gave the Chiefs a 20-7 lead. Junior Jawon Mosley led the Tigers with 49 yards rushing and Senior Buggs followed with 31. Jawon Mosley was also in on 12 tackles followed by Freshman Hunter Jordan with 11. Senior Alexander Garrett played hard and was in on 10 tackles. Senior Dowling Lee, a standout on defense all year, was in on 8 tackles. Senior Brandon Smith, Junior Ryan McIntyre and Senior Corey McClellan were each in on 6 tackles. Senior Frankie Murrell was in on 5 tackles. Senior Patrick Wilson and Junior Anthony Williams were in on 4 tackles each. Senior Paul Mosley, who finished the season with 12 interceptions, and Sophomore Bobby Andrews were each in on 3 tackles. Junior Chris Byrne was in on one tackle.The County Record, NOVEMBER 24, 2010, P P a a g g e e 3 3 Santa Claus is Coming to B l o u n t s t o w n D r u g s LAST DAY FOR PHOTOS Saturday, Nov. 27  8-1 CT Pa ck ag e s Start i ng at $9 95 Jon Plummer, Pharmacist 20370 Central Ave. West, Blountstown, FL 850-674-2222 Closed Thursday  Open Friday ti 3 PMQuestionable calls and a tough Northview team too much for BlountstownSeason ends with 20-7 loss Brandon Smith (28) upends Northview's quarterback at the Tiger five yard line. Hunter Jordan's hard rush forced a pass (the ball in just over number 25's right shoulder) that was intercepted by Corey McClellan. A quick whistle by an official cost the Tigers a touchdown. Quarterback Charles Buggs, Jr., follows the blocking of Corey McClellan (55), Patrick Pitts (53) and others in the 20-7 loss to Northview. Senior Alexander Garrett turns the corner for a big gain.


Come out and experience one of the yummiest traditions of our past, syrup making at the Panhandle Pioneer Settlement. This FREE event, with fun for the entire family, takes place on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, which is November 27, at the Farmstead, on the Settlement’s grounds. It starts at 8 AM (CT) and lasts until the last drop of syrup is bottled, around 3 PM. There will be no fee, but voluntary contributions are gladly accepted. It is all done, from start to finish, on the Settlement grounds. The Syrup Mill House on the 40 ac. farmstead houses a 1905 cane mill, built in the southern tradition, and a pre-civil war kettle. “Papa’s Best Syrup” is made in the traditional manner at the syrup house and bottled on the spot from locally grown sugar cane. Syrup & Syrup makers DVD will be for available. The Panhandle Pioneer Settlement is located in Sam Atkins Park, about 1 mile west of the intersection of Hwy 71 and Hwy 20. Follow Hwy. 20 West out of Blountstown. Look for signs for Sam Atkins Park. Turn North at Lindy’s Fried Chicken (Silas Green St.). Go to the Farmstead behind the Settlement – Follow “Syrup” signs along the Pioneer Settlement Road. Plenty of parking! The Panhandle Pioneer Settlement is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation of rural life in the Florida Panhandle. For further information on the Settlement, call 850-674-2777.The County Record, NOVEMBER 24, 2010, P P a a g g e e 4 4 ONEDAYONLYFriday,Nov.26doorsopenat9AMEVERYTHINGISONSALE TakeadvantageoftheseonedayonlyHOTBUYS.Alsoget10%offregularretailitemsthroughoutthestore!10%offdoesnotapplytoHotBuys.whilesupplieslast FurnitureIwant andcreditIcan actuallyget! Copyright2010,W.S.BadcockCorp.Anyitemnotstockedinaparticularstoremaybeorderedonrequestfromourwarehouses.Someimagesmaynotexactl yrepresentproductsold.Someprices andspecificationsaresubjecttochangewithoutnoticeandsomeproductavailabilitiesarelimitedduetomanufacturersinabilitytoguaranteepr icesandquantities. Wearenotresponsibleforprinterserrors. PriceseffectiveNov.26,2010ONLY. 52xoptical zoom,built-in PCsoftwarevia USB,16GB internalmemorydigitalcamcorder108667dualviewconcept, 14.2M,5xoptical zoom,perfect portraitsystemdigitalcamera10866614M,3ŽLCD screen,15xoptical zoom,24mmwide angleschneiderlensdigitalcamera108665slim,12M, 2.7ŽLCDscreen, 4xopticalzoom, 28mmwide anglelensdigitalcamera108664$25995 $13995 $25995 $29995 HOTBUY!save$20 HOTBUY!save$100 HOTBUY!save$60reg.$159.95 reg.$359.95 reg.$359.95 reg.$359.95 HOTBUY!save$100 reg.$199.95electric stove107939$17995 HOTBUY!save$20 cedarchest95095/6$12995reg. $179.95 ea. HOTBUY!save$50ea. 20291CentralAvenueW.Blountstown850674-4359 Antique Tool Show & SaleExhibitors and vendors from all over the southeast converged at the Pioneer Settlement Saturday for the Antique Tool Show & Sale. Folks enjoyed perusing all the unique tools spanning the 18th through the 20th centuries.Veterans Memorial Railroad Club announces the 7th Annual “WINTER WONDERLAND EXPRESS” two-foot gauge train rides at Veterans’ Memorial Park in Bristol, beginning Saturday, Dec. 11, after the “Lights of Liberty” Christmas Parade. This year, the “Winter Wonderland Express” route of one mile through the park will be bigger and better than ever. The decorations throughout the park are being prepared by local businesses, county offices and other volunteers. Many new scenes and lighted sites are being designed and installed. Local churches are participating in The Live Nativity Scene and Santa’s Work Shop, including Blountstown River Town Community Church. The red/white and blue diesel replica is scheduled to run six nights for families in the community and surrounding areas. The 1952 restored Crown coal-fired steam locomotive will also run on two of the scheduled nights as a special attraction for those who like to ride the “real thing.,” a 1/3 size steam engine. Dates: Saturday, December 11 (following Christmas Parade) and Friday, December 17 through Tuesday, December 21. First train departs the new depot/museum at 6:30 P .M, Eastern Time. The steam train will be featured on Saturday, December 18, and Tuesday, December 21. Cost: $3 per person (children 5 and under – free). For information, call 643-6646 or 643-5491. Christmas train rides in BristolSaturday is syrup making day at Pioneer Settlement The Calhoun Liberty Ministry Center was extremely grateful to receive over 2800 pounds of food from Blountstown school children last week. Volunteers say the shelves were bare after an increase in food needs in our area over the past couple weeks. Each Blountstown school held a drive with BES collecting 940 pounds, BMS bringing in 821 pounds and BHS gathering 1112 pounds. Pictured are Bulah & Wilber Moran and Bonnie & Lawrence Lindsey.Ministry Center News


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Paternal grandparents are Ted and Linda Attaway of Clarksville. Maternal grandparents are the late Burl and Annette McCraney of Southport. Lil' Man was welcomed home by his brothers, Brian and James, and sisters, Hannah, Brianna, and Parris. BRAG SHOPJERRETT BLAYDE MITCHELL KELLEY Jerrett Blayde celebrated his first birthday, November 22, with a Blue's Clues party. He is the son of Elizabeth Mitchell and Buckshot Kelley of Clarksville. His grandparents are the late James Shorty Mitchell of Dellwood and Faith Barnett of Clarksville. Jerrett enjoys watching Blue's Clues and being the boss of his older brothers, Jamie and Jaden. CADANCE RYLAN DEPRATTER Ethan and Candace DePratter of Blountstown are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Cadance Rylan DePratter, born October 19, 2010, at 2:32 PM at Gulf Coast Medical Center. Cadance weighed 9 pounds, 6.2 ounces, and was 21-1/4 inches long. Grandparents include Andy and Jodi Bailey of Bristol, Keith and Lisa Edenfield of Panama City, Clint and Ann Pittman of Fort White, and Rusty and Cori DePratter of Lake City. BIRTHDAY ANDBIRTHANNOUNCEMENTS$10 WITHPHOTODEADLINEMONDAYNOONNovember 24 1971 – A hijacker calling himself D.B. Cooper parachutes from a Northwest Orient Airlines 727 into a raging thunderstorm over Washington State with $200,000 in ransom money. His fare remains a mystery. November 25 1884 – The U. S. patent for evaporated milk is granted to John B. Meyenberg of St. Louis, Missouri. November 26 2000 – In one of the most contested presidential races in U.S. history, Florida secretary of state Katherine Harris certifies Governor George W. Bush as the winner in the state’s presidential election by a 537 – vote margin. November 27 1983 – Stores across the United States report being flooded by sometimes-violent shoppers trying to buy “Cabbage Patch Kids” dolls. November 28 1775 – The U.S. Navy is formally established by the Second Continental Congress. November 29 1929 – American explorer Richard E. Byrd and three companions make the first flight over the South Pole, flying from their base on the Ross Ice Shelf to the pole and back in 18 hours, 41 minutes. November 30 1906 – U.S. president Theodore Roosevelt publicly denounces the segregation of schoolchildren of Japanese descent in San Francisco, California. The Eastern Star members are pleased to announce the Florida Lottery stage will be parked in the parking lot of Bay Ford to be the stage for Christmas on the Square entertainment. The event is set for Saturday, Dec. 4. starting at 9:30. Altha School Choir under the direction of Tina Smith, will be on stage at 10 a.m., then at 10:30 am, Bonita Deck will present her Nutcracker Dancers, 11:00 am the Youth Group Gospel Singers from the Prayer Chainers will sing, 11:30 the First Baptist Church Youth Praise Band will be presented and from noon until 1 PM Jennie Baker and daughters will present Christmas music. Our 9:30 slot is open, as is 1 pm through 1:30 or 2 pm. The First Baptist Church is supplying the sound system for this event and we have David Duggar to thank for his agreeing to set it up for us. By press time there may be two booth areas without electricity left, and one with electricity. Call Eileen at 643-2610, Margie at 6748610 or Lana at 674-4638 for more information.Entertainment lined up for Christmas on Square w w w w w w . t t h h e e c c o o u u n n t t y y r r e e c c o o r r d d . n n e e t tParthenon Healthcare of Blountstown in conjunction with Parthenon Healthcare, Inc. is a proud sponsor of the Ronald McDonald House of Northwest Florida. Recently staff members, Renee Hamilton, Sharon McClellan, Jennifer Benton and Agnes Malone were honored at the Grand Opening of the Ronald McDonald House located in Pensacola. The Ronald McDonald House helps family members stay with their children during times of illness. The staff at Parthenon Healthcare of Blountstown hosts fund raisers throughout the year to help raise money for the Ronald McDonald House. On November 24th, they will be hosting a bake sale and on December 11th, they will be hosting a Christmas Bazaar with toys, clothing, small appliances, hotdogs and snow cones. They will also be providing free blood pressure checks and Santa will make an appearance. Please feel free to stop by and enjoy the events and make a purchase that will make a difference. For more information or if you would like to donate items, please contact Sharon McClellan or Jennifer Benton at 850674-5464. All donations are tax deductible. Blountstown Main Street will host the 5th Annual Christmas Tour of Homes on Friday, Dec. 10, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. CT. This year’s Tour of Homes features four of the most stunning homes in Calhoun County. The first stop on the tour is Calhoun-Liberty Hospital where the lobby will be filled with a variety of holiday treats. Tickets can be purchased for $10 each for adults, $5 for students, and pre-schoolers will be free. A map to the homes will be provided. After picking up your tickets, tour the houses at your own pace and in any order. Homes on the tour include the residence of Dr. Todd and Christal McClellan located on Roy Golden Road; the home of Jay and Aileen Hatch on Sherry Avenue; the home of Ray and Allyson Howell on Dr. M.W. Eldridge Road off Hwy. 69-A; and the home of Kevin and Shalene Grover on Hwy. 69-A. Please join us for this fifth annual holiday tradition of meeting, greeting, and eating! All proceeds will go to Blountstown Main Street to benefit downtown revitalization projects. Main Street's Christmas Tour of Homes set for Friday, Dec. 10thThe Hatch Home Parthenon hosting bake sale to benefit Ronald McDonald House M M i i l l i i t t a a r r y y N N e e w w s s Pvt. Corey Alec Womble, 18, of Marianna, graduated from the United States Marine Corps boot camp at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island on November 5, 2010. Pvt. Womble successfully completed 13 weeks of intensive basic training at MCRD, Parris Island as one of the 78 recruits in Training Platoon 1084. Following leave he will report to Camp LeJune for one month at Military Combat Training, then to Military Occupation Specialty School. Pvt. Womble is the son of Robert Womble and Danette Womble and is married to Crystal Womble. Womble graduates from boot camp Calhoun County Survival Guide' available at the Pioneer SettlementEver wondered how to survive in Calhoun County? Well, the Panhandle Pioneer Settlement has all the answers in a book they've produced entitled "The Calhoun County Survival Guide". Filled with tips, recipes, and old time remedies, this book is a great gift idea and sells for only $5. Volunteer Dannie Bracewell is shown holding a copy.


On November 6, Covenant Hospice hosted the 1st Annual Covenant Hospice & Marianna Fire Department Ladder Scatter 5K run/walk promoting a healthy awareness of National Hospice Month. Merian Milton, Community Educator said “At Covenant Hospice we believe its About How You LIVE. Everyone deserves excellent quality care at all times in their life; and there has never been a more important time than at the end of their lives. We strive for excellence in compassionate care.” Over 200 people attended and 180 people participated in the 5K. There was a 1 mile Fun Run for the kids. “I am impressed with the increased interest in 5k's over the past few years. It's wonderful to see the community working towards healthier and more active lifestyles,” says Margo Lamb, event volunteer. Runners participated in a zumba warm up with Jody Bontrager of Fitness Evolution prior to line up. George Gay along with the Marianna Fire Department prepared and served BBQ sandwich plates. Attendees enjoyed local homegrown satsumas from Cherokee Satsumas and bottled water from Ice River Springs. Runners were cheered on by the MPact Club of Evangel at the 1 mile mark water stop. Terri Glass, Community Educator said “This event could not have been possible without all of the support from the City of Marianna Fire Department, City of Marianna, our sponsors, participants, staff and volunteers. Area businesses had the opportunity to recruit a team of 5 or more participants and receive their logo on the back of the t-shirts. The following businesses participated: •Alday-Howell Engineering, Inc. Awards were given to the overall top 3 male and female and top 3 in ALL age groups. Winners: •OVERALL, Male: 1) Mark Clements, 19.06 2) Carl Bennett, 19:43 3) Davin Davison, 20:53 •OVERALL, Female: 1) Ashley Merritt, 23:53 2) Kacie Rogers, 24:03 3) Dawn Sullivant, 24:25 •14 & under, Male: 1) Aaron Williams 2) Dante Sonaglia 3) Caden Akerson •14& Under, Female: 1) Kyrra Hill 2) Ellery Glass 3) Kyley Hill •15-19, Male: 1) Dustin Miller 2) Enrique Manatrizio 3) Felix Frank •15-19, Female: 1) Samantha Holford 2) Chelsea Blanton 3) Ashton Williams •20-24, Male: 1) Seth Black 2) JD Tyler •20-24, Female: 1) Amy Johnson 2) Tera Black 3) Blaire Taylor •25-29, Male: 1) Dusty Williams 2) Nate Eby 3) Landon Davis •25-29, Female: 1) Danielle Johnson 2) Melissa Kincaid 3) Candy Williams •30-34, Male: 1) Byron Bennett 2) Mark Tomlinson 3) Chris Scribner •30-34, Female: 1) Amber Jenkins 2) Jana Peacock 3) Kristin Roberts •35-39, Male: 1) Sean Collins 2) Joseph Alday 3) Mark Akerson •35-39, Female: 1) Mandy Grover 2) Cathy Akerson 3) Amy Saunders •40-44, Male: 1) Mike Renaud 2) John Bryan 3) Steve Young •40-44, Female: 1) Dawn Williams 2) Bonnie Seay 3) Pam Phelps •45-49, Male: 1) Mark McCrerra 2) CliffordThe County Record, NOVEMBER 24, 2010, P P a a g g e e 6 6 to Everyone 17324 Main St. N., Blountstown, FL 674-4557 Closed Thursday for Thanksgiving Friday Hours: 7am til 3:00 pm 50% Off Thanksgiving Items SHOP EARLY FOR CHRISTMAS Great Gifts for Everyone on Your List. Across from Wakulla Bank in Downtown Blountstown  674-1988 Parking in Rear Lunch Buffet Tea Included Plus Tax NEW 10:30 am 1:30 pm $6.95 Open 5 AM 2 PM Mon-Fri Sat. (Breakfast Only) 5 am Noon Come See Us! JACKSON FARM NO W O PE N UP I CK T OMA T OES PEPPERS Bring Your Own Bucket Shady Grove Road, Grand Ridge O pen 7 Days A W eek  C all 592-5579 Bring Your O wn Bucket 800.247.8420 Florida Panhandle Saddle Club celebrates a successful seasonThe Florida Panhandle Saddle Club recently held their annual banquet to award prizes and recognizes members for their hard work and accomplishments. The Saddle Club meets the first Saturday of each month February through September at the Skeet Davis Arena at Sam Atkins Park. The club has also hosted a rodeo for the past two years in April. Many members were able to earn quality awards thanks to the support of the rodeo by community members and businesses. Special awards were given to Bailey Johnson (at right) voted Best Sportsman by members, and Shann Roddenberry, voted Most Improved Rider by officers and directors. For more information about our club visit Come out and support our organization. Locals win awards in Hospice, Fire Dept. Ladder Scatter 5K Liberty Community Health Care's Dentist, Dr. Monica Bontrager (left), and Dental Hygienist, Melissa Kincaid (right), were among the locals who participated in the 5K. Melissa received the 2nd Place Female Award for ages 2529. Thank you to Dr. Bontrager and Melissa Kincaid for representing Liberty Community Health Care!See 5K RUN page 7In the weekly report from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission, it is noted that officers conducted three days of enforcement activities on the Apalachicola and Chipola Rivers during the opening of small game season. While on water patrol, they observed individuals cleaning game onboard a floating structure/houseboat at the mouth of the Chipola River. A camp inspection was conducted. The individuals were found to be in possession of cannabis onboard the structure and adjacent vessels. Also some individuals onboard did not possess a valid hunting license. Citations were issued for the cannabis and license violations. Officers conducted a camp inspection aboard a floating structure located in Kennedy Creek off the Apalachicola River. The officers heard a shot fired the previous night in the camp area. During the inspection, they found an individual onboard the structure in possession of five black bass, four of which were undersize. The fish were returned to the river alive and the individual was cited.FWC officers cite hunters for marijuana possession S S u u b b s s c c r r i i b b e e T T o o d d a a y y !


The County Record, NOVEMBER 24, 2010, P P a a g g e e 7 7 Tiger hoopsters hit the court for tourney Evaluations at First Baptist Church Sat., Nov. 27 -9 am to 11 am Thurs., Dec. 2 -4 pm to 6 pm Sat., Dec. 4 -9 am to 11 am Thurs., Dec. 9 -4 pm to 6 pm  Coaches’ Meeting Dec. 9 -6 pm to 7 pm  $45 Per Child for basketball or cheerleading  Shorts or turtlenecks optional  Skills Camp at First Baptist: Tues., Dec. 15 and Thurs., Dec. 16 --5 pm to 6 pm  First game of six-week season Sat.., Jan. 15  Awards Celebration, Sat. Feb. 19 Please stop by First Baptist Mon-Fri between 8 am and 3:30 pm Call 674-5923 for more information or Marshall at 899-5491 Carters Law Enforcement 2868 High wa y 71 N ort h, P.O. B o x 1583 M ar i anna Fl or id a 32447 85 0526 42 0 5 F a x 85 0526 5226 RO C KY SNAK E PROOF BOOTS (WATERPROOF) ZIP UP SWAMP BOOTS IN STOCK B D U U N I FO R M P A N TS Brown, Black, Navy, Camo LARGE SELECTION OF K N I V E S IN STOCK NOW 511 TA C TI C A L R ec h ar g eab l e (90 SEC.) F L ASH L I G HT Buy Where the Professionals Buy. It’s Got to be the Best When Their Lives Depend On It.The Blountstown Tigers are back on the basketball court! The Tigers headed for Sneads last week to participate in a tournament. They are shown here during the a game against Franklin County. BHS came out on top. The Tigers won't be playing at home until December. More on this year's team and their schedule in next week's edition. Blighton •45-49, Female: 1) Victoria Taylor 2) Kimberly Knight 3) Sandra Lamb •50-54, Male: 1) Jim Dean 2) Steve Davis 3) Raymond Bleday •50-54, Female: 1) Shirley Morris 2) Ramona Hill 3) Debbie Barfield •55-59, Male: 1) Bill Kimmons 2) William Dewar 3) Jeffrey Barth •55-59, Female: 1) Dawn Edwards 2) Diane Webb 3) Ruth Barth •60 & up, Male: 1) Art Kimbrough •60 & up, Female: 1) Linda Land Proceeds from this event will be divided equally between Covenant Hospice and the Marianna Fire Department. Covenant Hospice plans on purchasing “Butterfly Bags” for bereaved children in the 4 county service areas. The Marianna Fire Department will use the earnings to help fund Fire Safety week activities and supplies for the schools and children. “On behalf of Marianna Fire Rescue we would like to thank you all for your participation in the 5k run/walk; without your support this event would not have been a success,” said Chief Byron A. Bennett. For more information about Covenant Hospice please call 850.482.8520, 888.817.2191, or marianna 5K Run continued w w w w w w . t t h h e e c c o o u u n n t t y y r r e e c c o o r r d d . n n e e t t Tiny Mite Tigers end seasonThese little guys are some pretty tough football players. They ended their Tiny Mite Tiger season at the Superbowl with a loss to Port St. Joe. Congrats to these young athletes on an outstanding season! Pets of the Week Cinnamon (left) is a 6 to 8 month old Chocolate Labrador mix. She is very pretty and is available for adoption at the Partners for Pets shelter. Chevy (shown at right) is the name of this six-month old male Boxer. He was rescued from starvation, is doing great and would love to have a large yard to play in. Chevy and Cinnamon are available for adoption from the Partners for Pets shelter at 4011 Maintenance Dr., in Marianna. It is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m., and on Saturday, 8:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. Please call 482-4570 for more information or you may visit www.partnersfor Bells ringing, people laughing, and lots of fun are just some of the reasons that you need to register for the 2nd Annual Jingle Bell Run/Walk on Friday, December 3, at 7p.m. The race will begin downtown at the square. The cost of the 5k is $16 and $12 for the 1 Mile Fun Run. The entry fee includes a long-sleeve t-shirt and jingle bells. Pre-registration is strongly encouraged to ensure that you receive a tshirt and jingle bells prior to the race. Proceeds will go to Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the National Junior Honor Society at Blountstown Middle School. Registration forms and money are due by November 20 to guarantee a t-shirt by the event. Registration forms are available at Blountstown Middle School or on the BMS website. Please contact Marie Castaneda at 674-8234 or 643-7453 if you have any questions. Jingle Bell Run set for Friday, Dec. 3 SUBSCRIBE TODAY!


On the first Friday of each month, Blountstown Elementary School has family breakfast where families can come and eat breakfast with their elementary student. The lunchroom workers, with smiling faces, work hard, going beyond the usual, to prepare a great breakfast for all. Parents purchase a $2 ticket and enjoy scrambled eggs, grits, biscuit, sausage, fruit and jelly, along with milk and coffee, as they spend time eating breakfast with their child at school. This time also gives them a chance to see what the school has to offer and talk with the teachers and staff. Great connection for all concerned. Pictured above are cafeteria workers (from left) Vicki Harmon, Greta Jenks, Ethel Thomas, Faye McLendon, Margaret Hall, Manager, and Aisha Chambers. The next family break-fast is set for Friday, Dec. 3. First Grade Thanksgiving Our first graders learned about Thanksgiving by celebrating with educational activities about the Pilgrims and the Indians. Each class rotated to different activites wearing their Pilgrim and Indian headdress and then ended with a Thanksgiving picnic outside. Pre-K Thanksgiving Pre-K learned about the history of Thanksgiving and the Pilgrims and Indians with their own celebration activities. Upcoming Events B.E.S. will have Family Breakfast on Friday, December 3, and its annual Make-A-Mess on Thursday, December 16.The County Record, NOVEMBER 24, 2010, Page 8 Altha School News BlountstownElementary School News BES celebrates Thanksgiving; Make-a-Mess planned Dec. 16 Family breakfasts are a big hit at BES; next one set for Dec. 3 NATIONAL CHAMPS PRESENTED RINGS: During the first Honor Assembly of the school year, School Board Member Kelly King was on hand to award Championship rings to the four FCCLA members who won gold medals at the National FCCLA Convention held last summer in Chicago Illinois. Showing off their rings are (from left) Emily Sewell, Madison Rowe, Jeffery Waldroff, and Cortney Harris.Calendar November 22-26 Fall / Thanksgiving Break November 29 -MS BB at Port St Joe, 4 pm November 30 -ASVAB Test; Fall Picture Retakes; Sports Pictures (Basketball, Cheerleaders, Girls Weightlifting, Cross Country); JV/V BB at Aucilla Christian, 4/5:30 pm Senior Beta District Meeting by Tyler McCoy On November 17, Altha’s Senior Beta members attended the District Senior Beta meeting in Sneads. The members had a blast and participated in several competitions. Ariel Folsom won the “Beta Idol” singing contest with her award winning "Beta Rap". Also the participants won the “minute to win it” competition. Congratulations to Senior Beta and their accomplishments at the recent district meeting. FCCLA District By: Christian Bay Altha was very successful at the FCCLA District meeting on Friday, Nov. 12. We came back with three District Officers: Brianna Yon is District Chairperson, Kayla Gay is District Reporter, and Crystal Lemieux is District Historian. In addition, Cherry Neal sent in a cover design and it was chosen as the program cover for the District meeting. Picture Day Tuesday, November 30 is Picture Day. Fall picture Re-Takes will be taken along with Basketball, Cheerleader, Cross Country, and Girls Weightlifting individual and team pictures.Altha Beta Club, FCCLA attend district meetings; win awards Pictured at the recent district Senior Beta meeting are (from left) Kala Sewell, Aeriel Folsom, Sharlyn Smith, and Kelsey Rehberg. Cheryl Neal, shown here with FCCLA sponsor Marie Granger, had the winning program cover design for the FCCLA district event. Altha salutes our veterans with programAltha School saluted veterans from our area with a special program Nov. 11. the event was was coordinated by the Leadership Class under the direction of Mr. Russell Baggett and the High School Chorus performed. Girl Scouts gather at the SettlementGirl Scouts from all over Northwest Florida gathered at the Panhandle Pioneer Settlement Saturday for their annual festivities. They enjoyed tours of the cabins and a variety of old fashioned activities. A group is shown here working on a craft project.Evaluations for Upward Basketball and Cheerleading begins this Saturday, Nov. 27, at First Baptist Church Activities building (next to Regions Bank) from 9 am to 11 am. All boys and girls, 1st through 6th grade, are invited to join us for a season of skill-building, teamwork, and character-building fun. Next evaluation will be Thursday, Dec. 2 at First Baptist from 4 pm to 6 pm. Upward Camp is Dec. 14 and 16. First game is January 15. 674-5923 for more information.Boys and girls are invited to sign up for Upward Basketball and cheerleading S S U U B B S S C C R R I I B B E E T T O O D D A A Y Y !


So, do you want to be President? ThatÂ’s the question that Hosford SchoolÂ’s 4th graders had to answer as they held a mock election for President. Each student wrote an essay nominating a fictional character for President. In our two party political system the Blue Party selected Scooby Doo and the White Party selected Harry Potter in a primary election. After 2 days of intensive campaigning, the 3rd and 5th grades joined in for a town hall meeting with speeches from both candidates. Supervisor of Elections, Marcia Wood, was on hand to oversee the General Election. She and her canvassing team tallied the results and announced the winnerÂ….Scooby Doo! Ms. Wood took the opportunity to educate the students on her role as Supervisor of Elections, the importance of the election process and of exercising the right to vote. Thanks, Ms. Wood, for helping make this a memorable experience for our students!The County Record, NOVEMBER 24, 2010, P P a a g g e e 9 9 Carr School News BlountstownHigh School News PANTHER PULSE from Hosford School Invitations Napkins Accessories Programs Notes Place Cards Bookmarks Gifts Anniversary The County Record 20311 Central Ave. West Blountstown, FL 674-5041 Carr FFA wins second place in state contestCarr FFA won second place overall in the State Forestry Contest held in Perry, Florida, on November 18 and 19. Students were tested on a general knowledge test, dendrology, disorders, equipment identification, timber cruising, and compass and pacing. The team won plaques for the following: General Knowledge2nd Place Dendrology3rd place Disorders2nd place Equipment ID 2nd place Timber Cruising 2nd place J.P Leonard was recognized for being the high individual in the general knowledge test, disorders, and equipment identification. Congratulations to these students for their hard work! Pictured are (from left) Jessie West, Coach Will Leonard, J.P. Leonard, Sarah McCausland, Neel Hampton, and Allie Dawsey. Harvest Day celebration for Pre-K kidsMrs. Tanya Smith's Pre-K class at Carr School recently held their annual Harvest Day. The boys and girls dressed as Pilgrims and Indians, listened to stories, made art projects, and ate delicious food. Everyone enjoyed the celebration! SGA sponsor food drive; yearbooks have arrivedSGA Can Food Drive SGA started their annual can food drive on November 1st with the expectation of collecting enough food to send to the Ministry Center in Blountstown for the holidays. By the end of the drive, November 18th, SGA had collected and displayed 950 pounds of can food donated by the students at BHS. Mrs. Sharon LeonardMcCroneÂ’s 1st period class won the grand prize of a Piggly Wiggly breakfast by giving the most cans. They will enjoy a breakfast served to them by SGA during their class time. Second place was Mrs. Samantha TaylorÂ’s 1st period class and third place was Mrs. Rachel DeÂ’AngelisÂ’ 1st period class. SGA would like to thank all the students and faculty that contributed to this food drive and wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving. 2009/2010 Sabertooth The 2009/2010 yearbooks are here. You can pick up your yearbook in the Media Center at BHS. There are a few extra books that are available on a first come basis. The price is $40. Calendar of Events Friday, Nov. 26th, Girls Basketball, Turkey Shoot Out at Wakulla Monday, Nov. 29th, Girls Basketball, Away at Holmes Co. @ 6:00 Tuesday, Nov. 30th, Boys Basketball, Away at West Gadsden @ 6:00 Hosford kids learn about politics with mock election CHIPOLA MATH ED STUDENTS ATTEND FCTM CONFERENCE Students enrolled in the Chipola's Mathematics Education degree program recently attended the Florida Conference for Teachers of Mathematics (FCTM) conference in Orlando. Pictured from left, are: (front) Allyson Howell, Ciara Jackson, Jordan Coley, Nina Patel, Stephanie Lawson, Alicia Wheeler, Dr. Lou Cleveland, Stephanie Hamm, (back) Nick Hobbs, Dr. Cherry Ward and Joe Whitfield.Army Pfc. Scott A. Golden has graduated from the Basic Field Artillery Cannon Crewmember Advanced Individual Training course at Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla. The course is designed to train servicemembers to maintain, prepare and load ammunition for firing; operate and perform operator maintenance on prime movers, self-propelled Howitzers, and ammunition vehicles; store, maintain, and distribute ammunition to using units as a member of battery or battalion ammunition section; perform crew maintenance and participate in organizational maintenance of weapons and related equipment; and establish and maintain radio and wire communications. He is the son of Jeffrey R. Golden of N.E. State Road 69, Blountstown, Fla. His wife, Sylvia, is the daughter of Teresa M. Bodiford of Pinewood Court, Marianna, Fla. The private is a 1998 graduate of Blountstown High.Army Pfc. Scott Golden graduates from basic training M M i i l l i i t t a a r r y y N N e e w w s s


Too Little Thankfulness Psalms 92:1 You have heard the old saying "you can get too much of a good thing." Well this Psalm reads, "It is a good thing to give thanks unto the Lord." Here is a good thing of which there is too little Thanksgiving Day would scarcely be distinguished from any other if we lived in the spirit of Psalm 92. Every day would be filled with praise to God, all lives would be greatly enriched by gratitude. But so often we take so much for granted and we forget what God has given us, what He has done for us, and His grace that abides with us always. We give little thanks for our everyday things, our homes, our jobs, our food, our clothes, our church. This Psalm describes a good way to give thanks to God. "To sing praise to our name, O Most the music of the flute and the harp, to the melody of the lyre." v. 1-3. Gladness in the heart bring praises to the lips. When our hearts are truly thankful it will be expressed in some way even as one who is blessed will manifest it. Since music is a universal expression of joy, it is fitting that our rejoicing in the Lord should take the form of music played and hymns sung. Music can bridge every gap, music can cross every bearer. You can listen tot he Japanese sing, the African sing, the Mexican sing, the Frenchmen sing, the German sing and although you can't understand the words, the music is the same and the song still reaches you and blesses you for your hear the melody. You know what they are singing because of the music, for music is a universal language. Even music without words can bless ones sol and speak forth praise to God. When I heard the song a Mighty Fortress, my heart said amen and I got blessed because the song was crying out in every bar of music that God was a mighty fortress. You and I should heed the Psalmist this Thanksgiving and every day, sing praises unto our God for all His ways are past finding out. This Psalm suggests a good time to give thanks to God. "To declare your steadfast love in the morning and your faithfulness by night v-2. Morning and night men should give thanks to God. In the morning, believing that god will be with us throughout the day, blessing, guiding and using us. By night acknowledging that God has been with us and we have been recipients of His faithful love. The day that is filled with praise will truly be a holiday, Oh give thanks unto God and you will be a blessed soul. As you give thanks to God, he will give you more to be thankful for. Have you thanked God for watching over you las night when you could not watch over yourself, have you thanked him for the earth you walk upon. Have you thanked him for salvation, for strength, grace, love. Have you told him or thanked him for being with you each day guiding and helping you. The Psalmist cried out, it is a good thing to give thanks unto the Lord. For He has done so much how can anyone be less than thankful. Morning and night we can be thankful for a time to praise God and come unto Him in thanksgiving. This Psalm names a good reason to give thanks to God. "For you, O Lord, has made me glad by your work; at the works of your hands I sing for joy" v.-4. The work of God occupies the remainder of the Psalm and is described in two categories. 1. The ultimate doom of evil v.5-11 The wicked sprout like grass and all evildoers flourish" but the eye of faith sees their downfall the ear of faith hears their doom. For God is on high forever exalted in holiness, wisdom and power as the sovereign of a moral universe, evil is doomed to destruction forever! The dull man though he be a PH.D, cannot know this for he judges by human viewpoints in the perspective of brief history. But the man of God, trusting the word of God, viewing life in the perspective of eternity, knows that evil is doomed and can given thanks and sing praises in the very midst of conflict and suffering, evil cannot win. This is what the Psalmist did, give thanks, sang praises, for he knew what others could not see, evil was a defeated foe, evil wold be destroyed and cast out and trampled under food by God Himself. 2. The continual blessing of righteousness v.1215. Resorting to favorite figures the Psalmist describes the righteous as a palm tree and a cedar in Lebanon. One is exposed to burning winds and desert sand, the other to icy winds and perpetual snow yet both remain strong and green. So in the midst of evil God keeps His people spiritually alive and fruitful. The life that is in Him cannot be destroyed by the death that is about them for their life is in Christ. "In the midst of death" cried Luther "we are in life" for with souls grateful on every hand we live because he is with us and in us. We stand against every storm, against every crisis, we are victors because of the continual blessings of a righteous God who loved us and has redeemed us for His own. When others die spiritually we live because our roots are in God and he makes us to flourish and bring forth fruit, he cannot fall who's hand is in God. Are we really thankful. We who read the O.T. in the light of the N.T. have greater reason than the Psalmist to begin and lose each day with grateful praise to God! For in the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus we witness the decisive and final conquest of evil and discover the source from where flows our life. "He is my rock," said the Psalmist. "Upon this rock," declared Jesus, "I will build my church and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it." May we this Thanksgiving and every day of our lives give thanks unto Him and sing praises unto our God. May we rejoice in the doom of evil and rejoice for the life of righteousness within us that makes us fruitful and alive, given from above. Oh, God, there is too little thankfulness. May we have a real Thanksgiving this year and every day thereafter. SUSIE M. MITCHELL On November 10, 2010, Susie M. Mitchell, of Altha, FL, formerly of Pine Mountain, GA, lost her battle with cancer and was born into eternal life, into the hands of God. Susie Mitchell was born August 31, 1936, in Sneads, FL. She was preceded in death by her parents, Curtis and Myrle Morris and her two sons, Darrell and Jimmy Baxley, of Blountstown, FL. She is survived by her daughters, Patty (David) McCall of Pine Mountain, GA, and G. Susanne (Will) Radtke of Atlantic Beach, FL; four brothers, William Curtis Morris of Ocala, FL, Jimmy (Jimmie) Morris of Sneads, FL, Charles (Eva) Morris of Clarksville, FL, and Sonny (Linda) Morris of Eufaula, AL; four sisters, Christine (Bill) Peacock of Altha, Carolyn (Donald) Boudreaux of Pass Christian, MS, Angela (Danny) Bulot of Bay St. Louis, MS, and Charlotte Buras of Belle Chasse, LA; one uncle, Cary Simpson, of Lake Butler, FL; her grandchildren, Ryan (Jessica) Smith of Tallahassee, FL, Kristina (Tyler) Todd of Bristol, FL, and Whitney Baxley of Altha, FL; one very special friend and a step-father to her children, Franklin Mitchell, of Greenwood, FL; and many nieces, nephews and close friends. Many words come to mind when I think of her: beautiful, witty, smart, stubborn or determined. But if I had to choose one word to describe my Mom, it would be generous. From an early age, she was selfless and, being the oldest of nine siblings, she made many sacrifices to help her brothers and sisters. She wore many hats in her lifetime; the most important was a mother to her children. Some of the jobs she held, range from, working at the docks in Jacksonville, Florida, unloading cars off ships to Executive Housekeeper at the luxurious, Sheraton Hotel, where she was highly regarded. In the early 1970’s we relocated back to Blountstown and she was employed at Florida State Hospital, Forensic Unit, as a Psychiatric Aide, until her retirement with the state of Florida in 1980. She was extremely proud of her children, as we were of her. She had an 8th grade education, obtained a GED, endured extremely difficult circumstances and prevailed. She was the backbone of our family. She loved country music and could watch CMT all day. She loved the Lord and read the scriptures often. Her favorite scripture was Psalm 23. She was a great sister, friend, but most importantly, a wonderful, loving mom. She is missed already. A private memorial service will be held in Florida at a later date. Burial will be at Shady Grove Cemetery with her son, Darrell, and Pine Memorial Cemetery with her son, Jimmy. VERNA M. NEEL Verna M. Neel, 70, of Blountstown, passed away Monday, November 22, 2010, in Blountstown. She was a lifelong resident of Calhoun County, was a retired homemaker, and was a member of Blountstown First Pentecostal Holiness Church. She was preceded in death by her parents, George and Ollie (Whittaker) Armstrong; a granddaughter, Verna Nicole Neel; and a brother, Hubert Armstrong. She is survived by her husband, Carl B. Neel, of Blountstown; a son, Donnie Neel, and his wife, Nell, of Grand Ridge; a grandchild, Tamela Eubanks; three great-grandchildren, Tiffany, Michael, and Nicolas; two sisters, Ruth Bracewell and her husband, Frank, of Tallahassee and Bernice Coxwell and her husband, Junior, of Blountstown. Funeral services will be held 10:00 a.m., today, Wednesday, November 24, in Adams Funeral Home Chapel with Reverend David Goodman officiating. Interment will follow in Sunny Hill Cemetery near Altha. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Blountstown First Pentecostal Holiness Church, PO Box 281, Blountstown, FL 32424. Adams Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements (ph. 674-5449 or online at County Record, NOVEMBER 24, 2010, P P a a g g e e 1 1 0 0 O O B B I I T T U U A A R R I I E E S S ADAMS FUNER A L HO M E 674-5449 €643-5410 A Thought to Remember Tim Adams Funeral Director In this hurried and hectic world, there are still a few times when we pause and with humility and reverence recall our heritage and give thanks for our spiritual and material blessings. Thanksgiving is such a timeƒso as you gather with your family this holiday season, remember to give thanks for your heritage, your spiritual and material blessings, and for precious moments together with family. Church DirectoryFor Information On Listing Your Church, Call 674-5041 Meaningful Bible Study . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:45 AM Exciting 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 BlountstownFirst Baptist Church Helping people follow in the footsteps of Christ Blountstown First Assembly of God Churc h 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 850-674-4331 St. Mary Missionary Baptist Church 16345 SE River Street, Blountstown, FL DR. C.L. WILSON, PASTOR 850-674-8716 "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: Bristol Dental Clinic DENTURE LAB on PREMISES Same-Day Service on Repairs and Relines Laban Bontrager, DMD Monica Bontrager, DMD FAMILY DENTISTRY 12761 NW Pea Ridge Road, Bristol, FL 32321 TELEP HO NE : (850)643-5417 Arrow of Truthby Rev. R.W. Waterman Too little thankfulness this Thanksgiving?I would like to thank the community for all their prayers for my brother, A.J. Kearce. He is at home and he’s got a long way to recovery, but he is getting better day by day. Please continue to pray for him during the recovery process. Sue Champion M M e e s s s s a a g g e e o o f f T T h h a a n n k k s s Alone? No Thanksgiving meal this year? Enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving dinner at a “Pre-Thanksgiving Feast” sponsored by the Calhoun/ Liberty Community in partnership with the Calhoun/Liberty Ministry Center. This FREE feast will be served Wednesday, Nov. 24, from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Veteran’s Memorial Civic Center on Hwy. 12 South in Bristol. The menu includes turkey, ham, dressing, gravy, green beans and potatoes, sweet potato casserole, macaroni and cheese, cranberry sauce, desert, roll and a drink. Plates will be eat in or take out. Walk-ins welcome or to sign up for a meal or meal delivery please send an email to or have someone send one for you. Pastor Ron Burger and the congregation of Christian Home Free Will Baptist Church wish to invite you to our annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner on Wednesday, November 24th, from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. (CT). We are located at 19244 NE State Road 69, 2 miles north of State Road 71, Blountstown. If possible, RSVP 6745194 and leave message. We look forward to serving you! EVERYONE IS INVITED!Free pre-Thanksgiving feast in Bristol tonight G G o o t t N N e e w w s s ? ? E E m m a a i i l l u u s s !n n e e w w s s @ @ t t h h e e c c o o u u n n t t y y r r e e c c o o r r d d . n n e e t t Community meal Wednesday night at Christian Home G G o o t t N N e e w w s s ? ? E E m m a a i i l l u u s s !n n e e w w s s @ @ t t h h e e c c o o u u n n t t y y r r e e c c o o r r d d . n n e e t t


Representative Marti Coley has addressed the Special Session action taken by the Florida Legislature on SB 550 regarding the implementation of septic tank inspections. “The Florida Legislature took a responsible step forward by pushing back the implementation date for SB 550 until July 2011,” stated Representative Coley (RMarianna). Members of the public have expressed concerns related to the Septic Tank Evaluation Program scheduled to be implemented on January 1, 2011. Concerns include costs to the state to implement the program and costs to property owners required to pay for the required inspections and inspection fees. Rep. Coley said the delay will give legislators time to review the program and its effects and change the language passed in the 2010 legislative session. Centennial Bank, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Home BancShares, Inc. (NASDAQ GS: HOMB) announced today it has acquired the banking operations of Gulf State Community Bank (“Gulf State”) headquartered in Carrabelle, Florida, through loss-sharing agreements with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (“FDIC”). Centennial Bank is known locally after recently acquired Wakulla Bank, including locations in Calhoun and Liberty Counties.The County Record, NOVEMBER 24, 2010, P P a a g g e e 1 1 1 1 Important Notice In or d er to b etter s er v e t h e p ubl ic t h e C a lh o u n C o u nt y S c h oo l B oar d h a s re s c h e dul e d it s re gul ar b oar d meetin gs. Th e S c h oo l B oar d w i ll no w meet on t h e s econ d Thu r sd a y o f eac h mont h at 5:00 p m C.T. at t h e C o u nt y Ex ten s ion Off ice in t h e C o u nt y C ommi ss ioner s B oar d R oom b e g innin g D ecem b er 9, 2010.Legal NoticeI N T H E C I R C U I T C O U R T F O R C A L H O U N C O U N T Y F L O R I D A P R O B A T E D I V I S I O N F i l e N o 2 0 1 0 4 2 P R In Re:Estate of: CHARLES RALPH SHELTON, Deceased. A M E N D E D N O T I C E T O C R E D I T O R S The administration of the Estate of Charles Ralph Shelton, deceased, whose date of death was August 4, 2010, and whose Social Security Number is 265-027442, is pending in the Circuit Court for Calhoun County, Florida, Probate Division, File Number 2010-42 PR, the address of which is Ruth Attaway, Calhoun County Clerk of Court, Attention:Probate Division, 20859 S.E.Central Avenue East, Room 130, Blountstown, Florida 32424. The name and address of the personal representative 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 amended notice has been served must file their claims with this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS AMENDED NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE TIME OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS AMENDED NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent’s estate must file their claims with this Court WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS AMENDED NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT’S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this amended notice is November 17, 2010. Personal Representative: Judy Chason Shelton 25301 NW White Pond Circle Altha, Florida 32421 Attorney for Personal Representative: s/Frank E.Bondurant Florida Bar No:0520330 BONDURANT AND FUQUA, P.A. 4450 Lafayette Street Post Office Box 1508 Marianna, Florida 32447 (850) 526-2263Legal NoticeO R D I N A N C E 2 0 1 0 3 An Ordinance adopting a budget for the Town of Altha, Florida, for the fiscal y ear 2010-2011, commencing October 1, 2010 and expiring September 30, 2011. Be it ordained by the council of the Town of Altha, Florida: Copy available at Altha Town Hall.Legal NoticeJ O I N T F E D E R A L S T A T E L O C A L P U B L I C N O T I C E H M G P P A V I N G P R O J E C T S The Federal Emergency Management Agency and Florida Division of Emergency Management have received the following applications for Federal grant funding. Final notice is hereby given of the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) consideration to provide funding in the form of Hazard Mitigation Grant Program.Funds will be provided in accordance with Section 404 of the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act, Public Law 93-288, as amended. Under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), federal actions must be reviewed and evaluated for feasible alternatives and for social, economic, historic, environmental, legal, and safety considerations.Under Executive Order (EO) 11988 and EO 11990 FEMA is required to consider alternatives to and to provide public notice of any proposed actions in or affecting floodplains or wetlands.EO 12898 also requires FEMA to provide the opportunity for public participation in the planning process and to consider potential impacts to minority or low-income populations. Funding for the proposed projects will be conditional upon compliance with all applicable federal, tribal, state and local laws, regulations, floodplain standards, permit requirements and conditions. Applicant: Calhoun County Emergency Management Project Titles: Project 1831-07-R, Lee Farm Road Paving Project Project 1831-25-R, Melvin New Grade Road Paving Project Project 1831-06-R, Martin Sewel Road Paving Project Project 1851-05-R, Lola Road Paving Project Location of Proposed Work: 1.4 miles (7,500 ft) long, 24 ft wide section of Lee Farm Road in Calhoun County, FL 32424. 4.5 miles (23,900 ft) long, 24 ft wide section of Melvin New Grade Road in Calhoun County, FL 32424 3.8 miles (20,486 ft) long, 24 ft wide section of Martin Sewel Road in Calhoun County, FL 32424. 3.5 miles (18,450 ft) long, 24 ft wide section of Lola Road in Calhoun County, FL 32424. Proposed Work and Purpose: As four Hazard Mitigation Grant Program projects, the Recipient, Calhoun County, will pave the following: 1.4 miles (7,500 ft) long, 24 ft wide section of Lee Farm Road in Calhoun County, FL 32424. 4.5 miles (23,900 ft) long, 24 ft wide section of Melvin New Grade Road in Calhoun County, FL 32424 3.8 miles (20,486 ft) long, 24 ft wide section of Martin Sewel Road in Calhoun County, FL 32424. 3.5 miles (18,450 ft) long, 24 ft wide section of Lola Road in Calhoun County, FL 32424 These roads are located in Calhoun County, Florida 32424.The current road make up consists of a fill base coarse with a lime rock aggregate surface.This scope of work will only involve the asphalt paving of the road and sodding / grassing of the shoulders.The completed construction project will minimize recurring flooding and reduce repetitive flood loss to properties. The completed project will provide protection against a 10-year storm event. Project Alternatives: The alternatives to the project that have been and will be considered are the no action alternative.This alternative to the proposed project is not viable because under this alternative, repetitive flooding is not alleviated and the needs of the community would not be served.Taking no action is, therefore, not practicable. Comment Period: Comments are solicited from the public; local, state or federal agencies;and other interested parties in order to consider and evaluate the impacts of the proposed project.The comments should be made in writing and addressed to the Florida Division of Emergency Management, Bureau of Recovery and Mitigation, 2555 Shumard Oak Blvd., Tallahassee, FL 32399-2100.These are due by December 1, 2010.The State will forward comments to applicable regulatory agencies as needed.Interested persons may submit comments, obtain more detailed information about the proposed action, or request a copy of the findings by contacting: Don A.“Sonny”O’Bryan Ph:850-674-8075 Calhoun County Emergency Management HYPERLINK “” 20859 Central Ave East-Room G-40 Blountstown, FL 32424 Kaydiann Pinkston, State Environmental Liaison Officer(850)487-2053 Florida Division of Emergency Management HYPERLINK “” Heather Batson, FEMA Environmental Liaison Officer (407) 268-8812 Federal Emergency Management Agency HYPERLINK “” Heather.Batson@dhs.govLegal NoticeO R D I N A N C E N O T I C E IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following Ordinance No.2010-07 of the City of Blountstown.AN ORDINANCE TO BE ENTITLED: AN ORDINANCE TO BE ENTITLED:AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 40, ARTICLE V, SECTION 40-202 OF THE BLOUNTSTOWN CITY –CODE;SETTING FORTH BASE RATE, CHANGES FOR ELECTRICAL SERVICE FOR RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL USES;SETTING FORTH DEPOSITS REQUIRED FOR ELECTRICAL SERVICE;SETTING FORTH RATES TO BE CHARGED FOR METER BASES, SECURITY LIGHTING AND CONNECTIONS;SETTING FORTH RATES TO BE CHARGED FOR MISCELLANEOUS ELECTRICAL SERVICES; REPEALING CONFLICTING RESOLUTIONS AND ORDINANCES;AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. SHALL BE PRESENTED to the City Council, City of Blountstown, for second and final adoption at the Regular City Council Meeting to be held Tuesday, the 14th day of December 2010 at 6:00 the City Council Meeting Room at 17262 NW Angle Street, Blountstown, FL 32424. This ordinance shall become effective upon final passage as provided by law. ALL INTERESTED PERSONS desiring to be heard on the adoption of the aforesaid Ordinance No.2010-07 are cordially invited to be in attendance at this meeting. COPIES OF THIS ORDINANCE in its entirety may be obtained at City Hall, 20591 Central Avenue West, Blountstown, Florida 32424 between the working hours of M-F, 7:00A.M.To 4:00P.M. BY:R.W.Deason, Mayor Attest:J ames A.Woods, City Manager Legal NoticeP U B L I C A U C T I O N Mallory Towing and Recovery Inc., will hold a public auction on, December 6,2010 at 2:00 (P.M.) on a: 1992 Toyota, 4 Door, Red in Color Vin # 1NXAE94A5NZ353763 1999 Ford Taurus, 4 Door, Green in Color Vin # 1FAFP53S5XA145884 1997 Mercury, 4 Door, Green in Color Vin # 2MELM74W2VX640498 1995 Nissan, PK, Red in Color Vin # 1N6HD16Y1SC305841 Auction will be held at Mallory Towing and Recovery Inc., at 18114 State Road 20 West in Blountstown, FL., 32424 Phone:850-674-2869. Mallory Towing and Recovery Inc., reserves the right to reject any and all bids.Legal NoticeI N V I T A T I O N T O B I D O N 4 7 5 5 A C R E S O F C L E A R C U T T I M B E R Notice is hereby given that sealed bid proposals for 47.55 acres of clear cut timber to be SOLD will be received by the Board of Commissioners of Calhoun County, Florida until 12:00 P.M.CT), on Tuesday, December 7, 2010, for and on behalf of Calhoun County, Florida.Bids will be publicly opened and read at 2:00 P.M.(CT), on Tuesday, December 7, 2010, or as soon as practical on that date. The west one quarter of section 14, township 1 north, range 9 west, lying south of Magnolia Church Road containing approximately 47.55 acres. 200 ft x 1320 ft adjacent to Magnolia Church Road must be completely cut by February 1, 2010.The remainder must be completed by March 1, 2011. Bidders must show in their bid the per ton price for each category. Please indicate on the envelope that this is a sealed bid, the bidder’s name, address and what the bid is for:“Sale of Timber.” General liability insurance in the amount $1 million and proof of workman’s compensation must be provided prior to the Notice to Proceed being issued. Payment must be made weekly. Address all bids to the Board of County Commissioners, Calhoun County Courthouse, 20859 Central Avenue East, Room 130, Blountstown, Florida 32424. The Board reserves the right to waive informalities in any bid, to accept and/or reject any or all bids in whole or in part with just cause, and to accept the bid that in their judgment will be in the best interest of Calhoun County. Bid packets may be picked up at Calhoun County Courthouse, 20859 Central Avenue East, Room 130, Blountstown, Florida, FL 32424.If you have any questions, please call Maxie Waldroff at (850) 209-3229.Legal NoticeN O T I C E O F D I S P O S A L M & W SELF STORAGE RENTALS will dispose of contents of the following unit on November 26, 2010 at 5:00 p.m.if not paid in full and emptied out.The unit is believed to contain household and/or personal property. MICHAEL BURKE, UNIT #16 NORTH LEGAL NOTICESDeadline Monday Noon Please Email Your Ads to news@thecountyrecord.netno faxes please a $34,000 penalty. “This agreement was signed,” he pointed out. “We didn’t come to this decision. This was something you put in motion in 2006.” Councilman David Blair made a motion to advertise for a new police chief as soon as possible. The motion was seconded by Shoemake and unanimously carried. Mayor Deason noted that Kimbrel could apply for the position. Kimbrel emphasized before the meeting concluded, “I still believe I don’t have to leave.” He added, “I don’t know what the rush is. Has somebody got a personal agenda?”BPD Chief cont'd Mark Dudley & The Soul Gospelettes will be celebrating their 2nd Anniversary with a Gospel Musical Explosion at the W.T. Neal Civic Center in Blountstown on November 28, beginning at 3:00 p.m. There will also be gospel artists from Florida, Georgia, and Alabama. Everyone is invited to attend.Mark Dudley gospel event November 28 BY JUDY LUDLOW, DIRECTOR, AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCES AGENT Give Thanks for the Harvest! “Trade increases the wealth and glory of a country; but its real strength and stamina are to be looked for among the cultivators of the land.” William Pitt Chatham, Statesman and Orator (1708 1778). The row-crop harvest is virtually complete in Calhoun County. The cotton is baled; peanuts and soybeans picked, and the winter growing season is here. About 20,000 acres of crops are currently grown in Calhoun County. Of that, about 14,000 acres are corn, peanuts, cotton, and soybeans. Calhoun County also produces about 4,000 head of cattle each year too. According to data collected by the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS), agriculture is significant not only to Calhoun County, but to Florida as well. Did you know that Florida ranks 7th in the U.S. for overall market value of agricultural products sold? Florida is the 2nd largest producer of specialty crops, such as fruits, vegetables, tree nuts, dried fruits, and nursery crops in the nation. Agricultural and natural resource industries manage about twothirds of Florida’s land area, and, of that, nearly one-half of agricultural land is involved in cattle production. So, this is indeed the time of year to slow down, take a breath, and be thankful for the harvest. Be thankful not only for the harvest from the land, but thankful too for the harvest of friendship, family, and community. A Day at the Fair for Calhoun County Extension! The 69th North Florida Fair was held in Tallahassee, November 414th. In addition to rides and exhibits, this fair also represents 24 North Florida counties by displaying local agriculture, industry, natural resources, recreation, and honoring their Outstanding Farm Families of the Year. The Fair’s theme this year was “Be a Kid Again,” and Calhoun County was represented by two County Extension booths. One highlighted our 4-H Clover Bud Youth Program, and the other highlighted our agricultural, natural, and community resources. Thanks go to Tony Shoemake and Peggy Fisher for their creativity and assistance in making these UF/IFAS County Extension booths a reality. 4-H Club Members Receive Blue Ribbons at North Florida Fair! By Whitney Cherry, 4-H Agent Our newest 4-H club, the Arts and Crafts Club, has been busy scrapbooking, cross stitching, and creating other various crafts. Two members of the club, Emily Hall and Katie Smith, worked especially hard to finish their most recent craft, a beaded Christmas ornament, so they could enter it in the North Florida Fair in Tallahassee, FL. Emily and Katie were rewarded for their efforts with blue ribbons! We are proud of their accomplishments, and congratulate them. All 4-H clubs and activities are centered around teaching important life skills to participants. The arts and crafts club teaches our youth creativity, organization, planning, preparation, team work, leadership, goal setting, and more. To join the Arts and Crafts Club, or any other Calhoun County 4-H club, call Mrs. Whitney or Ms. Peggy at (850) 674-8323. The Calhoun County Extension Service is part of the statewide Extension Service of the University of Florida, and is a partnership between county, state, and federal governments. Its mission is to provide service and education in agriculture, natural resources, family and consumer sciences, and 4-H youth development, to help us improve our lives, communities, and environment. If you have any questions, please call us at 850-6748323, visit us at 20816 Central Ave East, Blountstown, or visit our website at University of Florida “The Foundation for the Gator Nation” an Equal Opportunity Institution.Producers had a bountiful cotton harvest this year.Bountiful harvest in Calhoun Co.; 4H members win ribbons at fair North Florida Child Development Center opened recently in Calhoun County. Their facility is located at the corner of Pennington Avenue and Charlie Johns Street in Blountstown. NFCD works to provide high quality, center-based, early childhood development with researchbased curriculum, individualized for each child's development stage. They provide interaction in age-appropriate classrooms, and playgrounds, where children can develop emerging language and literacy skills. They also provide nutritious, family-style meals and opportunities to learn self-help skills. They have other centers in Wewa, St. Joe, Crawfordville, Sopchoppy, Bristol, and Madison. Clients, staff, and Chamber members look on above as Director Sharon Gaskin cuts the ribbon at the center.Ribbon Cutting at North Florida Child Development Center Centennial Bank acquires Gulf StateSeptic tank inspection implementation is delayed; Rep. Coley offers comments


The County Record, NOVEMBER 24, 2010, P P a a g g e e 1 1 2 2 BUSINESS DIRECTORY BUSINESS DIRECTORY BUSINESS DIRECTORY FOR SPECIAL RATES ON THESE SPACES CALL 674-5041 Heating, Air Conditioning & Insulation Serving This Area For 31 Years Full Time Office and Sales Department 20567 NW Depot Avenue BLOUNTSTOWN, FL W W W H H H A A A L L L E E E Y Y Y850-674-4777 Lic.#RM0044558Well Drilling Mike Purvis, Owner LICENSED DRILLERS SALES & REPAIRS 674-8942 CAPPS AND REFRIGERATION Sales and Service of All Types Heating & A/C Units, Ice Machines & Cold Storage HWY. 20 WEST -BLOUNTSTOWN, FLA............. 674-8538 George White, Owner/Operator CERTIFIED MECHANICAL CONTRACTOR CMC1249448 € #ER0002898 € #MV-21777 GOODMAN MANITOWOC Ice Machines HOSHIZAKI Ice Machines SERVING THIS AREA SINCE 1962 WHITE'S AIR CONDITIONING, INC "No Job Too Big or Small" CONCRETE WORK LANDSCAPING PRESSURE CLEANING CERAMIC TILE SEAMLESS GUTTERS PAINTING SCREEN ENCLOSURES 850-674-8092 Cell: 573-0616 Williams Home ImprovementsServing Calhoun County Since 1990 NO MONEY UP FRONT PAY UPON COMPLETION HONEST DEPENDABLE FREE ESTIMATES Res. Contractor Lic. #RR282811560 Roofing Contractor Lic. #29027247 W W E E ' V V E E G G O O T T Y Y O O U U C C O O V V E E R R E E D D ! 850-674-8092 Cell: 573-0616Williams Home Improvements NO MONEY UP FRONT PAY UPON COMPLETION HONEST DEPENDABLE FREE ESTIMATES ROOFINGPROFESSIONALS Res. Contractor Lic. #RR282811560 Roofing Contractor Lic. #29027247 ACME APPLIANCE REPAIR Reasonable Rates/Friendly Service Warranty Service On GE € Hotpoint € Fridgidaire € Whirlpool € Maytag 850-639-2225 Office 850-348-0351 Alltel Cell McPherson Pest Control Howard Boyd, Sales & Service 7979 Shady Grove Road, Grand Ridge, FL 32424 Cell: 850-447-1507 Home: 850-237-1338 Across from Wakulla Bank in Downtown Blountstown  674-1988 Open Monday Saturday 5 AM Noon Connie's Kitchen ACME APPLIANCE REPAIR Reasonable Rates/Friendly Service Warranty Service On GE € Hotpoint € Fridgidaire € Whirlpool € Maytag 850-639-2225 Office 850-348-0351 Alltel Cell Auto Sales, Inc. 19984 Central Ave. West, Blountstown, FL 850-237-2424 Cell 850-899-0979 Fax 850-237-2433 James and Sherry Grover Portable Buidings Carolina CarportsLetter to the Editor, On January 22, of this year, my parents were involved in a house fire in which the house sustained an enormous amount of smoke damage and they sustained smoke inhalation. For the next few months after that I felt my life spinning out of control as I struggled to work, support a daughter in college, care for grandchildren, move and care for my parents, and try to take care of my own home. Trying to cling to biblical principle was hard for I kept asking where was God as I dealt with all these areas of my life. This was a question I asked myself daily as I began my journey of trying to stay in control and be everything to everybody. I would cry a little everyday and then keep moving. Now during this Thanksgiving season, I look back and I see God. I would like to thank the following individuals and organizations that helped to sustain me through the months as I "survived" these situations. In no particular order, I would like to thank the Bristol Fire Department for their quick response to my parent's home on that day. To Mr. Manning Miller, Liberty County Red Cross Representative, for his concern and compassion and promptness in giving me contacts to get help for my parents. To Liberty County EMS and to the Calhoun-Liberty Hospital Staff for treating my parents as if they were the only ones in the ER that day. To Dr. Gerald Skipper for not only his excellent treatment but for all the emotions of concern and hurt I saw on his face when he realized who they were and what had happened. (You had to be there to know that in that moment he forget he was a doctor and became human.) Thank you again Dr. Skipper. To Lloyd and Gloria Parrish who came to the hospital and stayed with me until my parents were discharged. I went to the back of the hospital to compose myself and Gloria walked up on me crying and immediately asked, "Are they dead?" and I replied, "No," and she quickly replied "Whatcha' crying for?" Through the months of repairs, Gloria constantly brought by prepared meals for my parents to which they were very grateful. Thank you, Gloria, for reminding me of God’s mercy. To my Aunt Alice Solomon and Uncle Cecil Wilson for braving the inclement weather that day, (rain and cold high of 46) and him with pneumonia to come see about them. To my niece, JoAnn Dawson, for stopping by that day and helping to start the clean up process while I was at the hospital with my parents. To Marsha White for contacting my mom's pastor Rev. Ron Baker and his wife, and also Treva Castleberry who immediately came to the hospital and prayed with them. All these individuals were present on this one day and because I was looking at my circumstances, I could not see God. The next few weeks proved to be very trying. I had to find time to get my parents moved and settled before they fell out of their daily routine. I began moving the essentials, bed, sofa, TV, etc. to make sure they were comfortable. Thank you to Albert Butcher, who without hesitation, came on his off time and made sure that the heaters in the temporary residence were in proper working order. Thank you to Dr. Clifford Bristol, who in his capacity of Talquin Representative helped to communicate with Talquin regarding power issues. A very special thank you to the Word of Truth Congregation who in one day showed up and moved, washed, setup, and arranged everything that was not nailed down to the temporary residence, and they did it with a smile. They assured me they were there because they loved James and Ruby and they loved the Lord. They were awesome, true examples of Christianity in action. Thank you to Treva Castleberry who would contact me weekly to see if there was anything the congregation could continue to do. I would like to thank my good friend and prayer partner, Angela Dawson, who while we washed walls, ceiling fans, and vacuumed rugs, reminded me of God's faithfulness and promises. Thank you to Randy Oxendine, a member at Word of Truth, who was an experienced carpenter. For the several months he made himself available on his off days, as he worked as a correctional officer, and came to Bristol when he was getting off from work in the morning to hang sheetrock and paint. He and his father in law, Willard Story, worked tirelessly hanging sheetrock. Myself and my husband, otherwise known as my rock, would watch and help. Randy would also discuss the bible with us, for you see he is also a bible scholar. Thank you again to Randy and Mr. Willard for your sacrifice of time and wonderful show of love, and words of encouragement. Thank you to Greg Solomon for lending your skills also during the sheetrock construction phase. My parents were back into their home by mid summer thanks to the generosity of these individuals and organizations. Lastly, I would like to thank my husband for just being there, for I found strength in your silence to do what needed to be done. There are still some minor construction issues, but nothing to interfere with the comfort of living. Here in this season of thankfulness, I look back and I see where I have so much to be thankful for. During those eight months of my asking myself daily where was God, I finally see him in these individuals who made themselves available for God to use. For the first time since taking my eyes off of my circumstances, I am able to see God. To all these individuals from James and Ruby Gibson, and myself, may God richly bless you this holiday season. Veldina Dawson L L E E T T T T E E R R T T O O T T H H E E E E D D I I T T O O R RReader sees God in helpful friends S S p p e e a a k k u u p p w w i i t t h h a a l l e e t t t t e e r r t t o o t t h h e e e e d d i i t t o o r r !D D e e a a d d l l i i n n e e M M o o n n d d a a y y a a t t N N o o o o n nAyers Family ReunionThe Ayers family reunion was held in Panama City at a local city park on October 30. Family members came from all over the area to visit, eat, and most importantly, to celebrate the 90th birthday of Janie Lou Redd, who is the last remaining child of George and Lucy Ayers. Pictured above is Janie Lou, her nephew, Wendell Ayers, and his wife, Grace, who came all the way from San Ramon California. Shown below is Janie Lou's long time friend, Lovie Burkett, and her daughter, Volena Burkett Barfield. The Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce invites you to prepare you float for upcoming Christmas parades set for Saturday, Dec. 4. The Altha parade is at 1 p.m. and the second in Blountstown at 5 p.m. The theme this year is “Rock & Roll Christmas”. Line up for the Altha parade will be behind Altha Public School. Entries MUST be in place absolutely no later than 12:30 P .M. Line up for the Blountstown parade will be at Blountstown High School. If you would like for your entry to be judged, line up at 3:30 P .M. behind the BHS Field House in the stadium parking area. Judging will begin at 4:00 P .M. and the winners will be presented ribbons at 4:30 P.M. Non-judged entries should line up at 4:00 P .M. Attendants will direct participants to correct locations. Call 850/674-4519 or email Enter your float in Christmas parades set for December 5th


B o a t s & M o t o r s 2004 17 ft Skiff bay boat with 70 hp Nissan 2 stroke.Boat is solid and motor runs excellent. Easy load trailer is in good shape, but lights need work.Boat has large open decks (about 5 ft x 5 ft) front and rear with storage.Center console has forward seat with storage under lid. Boat is not loaded with fancy live wells and lidded storage, but is a fine no-nonsense fishing rig. MANY EXTRAS.Asking $3999.00 OBO.For more details call 6743023. 9.8 Mercury outboard motor, tank, hose, new plugs, carburetor float, and water pump, stainless steel prop, $600. Call 850-528-6503.A u t o s 1998 Nissan, 4 dr., 1.6 liter car, 31.5 mpg on highway and long trips. Trustworthy cold a/c and very hot heat.Well maintained, $3,000.Must see to appreciate.Call 6748523 after 5 p.m.8F o r R e n t 2 bedroom trailers for rent.Garbage service, laundrymat available. Call 674-4011 after 5:00 p.m. Small 2 bedroom, 1 bath house, new laminate flooring, very nice house, no pets.1 mile north Hwy.69.$500 month/ $500 deposit. Call 674-5059 or 4473331. RV trailers for rent. Furnished water, electricity, lawn service, garbage, mail service, and laundrymat service available.$85.00 $100.00 weekly.Couples or singles only.NO pets. Call 674-4011. Mobile home, 1 & 2 bedroom on John F.Bailey Road, SR 20 W, Blountstown.$100 to $145 weekly.Deposit required.All utilities included.NO PETS. Also RV for rent.Call 674-7616 or 850-2146203, leave message and will return call. Closed Sunday’s & Monday’s. Two bedroom, two bath mobile home for rent located six miles north of Blountstown on Hwy.69 North.Water, sewer, and grass mowing provided. Deposit required.No pets.Call 674-8888. 3 bedroom, 2 bath house, CH/A, 3 miles north on Hwy.69.No pets!! $650/per month, $500/deposit.Call 6745921 or 447-3331.F o r S a l e New Whirlpool washing machine, $200.Call 4474552. 2007 John Deere 3720 tractor, with loader, box scraper, feed chipper, rototiller, asking 2970. Contact Washer, $50, curio cabinet, light oak color, $20. Call 557-9951. Camo 2006 Wilderness 90 ATV 4-wheeler. Garage kept, low hours. Paid $1400 new, asking $700.Call 762-8850. Sears Craftsman riding lawn mower, double bagger, 17.5 hp, asking $400.Call 674-1861. Happy Jack Liquivic: Recognized safe & effective against hook & roundworms by US Center for Veterinary Medicine.ALTHA FARMERS COOP (762-8749). 212 John Deere mower, runs good, $500.Call 850-447-4407. Hitachi tv, 65”progressive scan, ultra vision digital, Pro Logic Dolby sound, $350 firm.Call 850-447-4407. Wheelchair, walker, 2 canes, all for $ condition, one year old. Call 674-1861. Twin size mattress, good condition.$50.Call 447-1531, ask for Lori. Corner computer desk/table.Solid natural oak wood, excellent condition, $150.Call 2371525. Toolbox off of a 2008 2500 HD, low profile, 2 years old $125 firm.Call 545-4922. 2007 Suzuki GSXR 600 motorcycle.Red, white and black.Has been lowered and new windshield, 6,000 miles.$5,000 OBO.Call 850-6930615. Electric wheel chair, good running condition with charger, $400.Call 674-8710. 8N Ford tractor with rebuilt lift.Call 762-8205. Fixable old player piano. Free but you must pick up.Call 674-8997.J o b O p e n i n g s Hiring Locally This Week Liberty National Life Insurance Company Full Training Provided Potential of $60K+ Annually.401K, BCBS Insurance & Pension for those who Qualify.Call 1-800-257-5500to set up an interview.L i e s t o c k / P e t s Six month old pretty Billy.Call 762-8205. Boston Terrier puppies, CKC registered, shots and de-wormed.Parents on premises, $250.Call 850-573-6750. 3 medium size male Beagles, $50 each obo. Call 850-693-0615.R e a l E s t a t e Waterfront property Dead Lakes, Cypress Point Subdivision, Lot #5, 1 acre.Subject to legally recorded restricted covenants.Call 850-2296284 before 10:15 ET or 850-866-8567.leave message. 1/2 acre to 1 acre lots for sale starting at $13,000.Possible owner financing.Close to town. Mobile homes allowed. Call 850-209-4500.S e r v i c e s WILL CLEAN HOUSES.Call 237-1758 or 272-3596.Y a r d S a l e s Yard sale Saturday, 6 a.m.until 10 at 18469 NE Frank Williams Lane in Live Oak Heights Subdivision, Blountstown.Something for everyone. Multi-family garage sale Saturday, 7 19204 NW State Road 12, Bristol.Children’s clothes, toys, furniture, misc. Huge yard sale Saturday at 18633 NE Frank Williams Lane in Live Oak Heights in Blountstown starting at 8:00 a.m.until.Clothes and shoes of all sizes for men, women and children.Children’s desk, entertainment centers, canopy water bed and other furniture. Christmas decorations, toys, movies, and many other household items. Some merchandise is brand new.The County Record, NOVEMBER 24, 2010, P P a a g g e e 1 1 3 3 Deadline Monday Noon  FAX: 674-5008  Phone: 674-5041  E-mail: STUMP GRINDING Reasonable Rates Free Estimates Call Chris Nissley 674-8081 or Cell: 643-8561 ALL TYPESINSURANCEAUTO HOME LIFE PROFESSIONAL SERVICE For A Friendly Quote Call674-5333Vickery-O’BryanINSURANCE603 N. Main St., Blountstown, FL Heating & Air ConditioningFL LIC. # CMC1249570(850) 674-4777Whaley Whaley Driver Trainees Needed Now at Werner Enterprises! Earn up to $700 per Week after training. Great Benefits! No Experience needed! Local 15-day CDL Training available With TDI 1-866-280-5309 Summerlin Motors3905 W. Hwy. 90 in MariannaHAND-PICKED QUALITY CARS & TRUCKSBEST DEAL IN THE TRI-STATE AREA!Toll Free: 1-888-740-8222Bus: (850) 526-5254 Res: (850) 762-3679SLOW CREDIT, NO PROBLEM! W.A.C Need A Rubber Stamp? Place Your Order With Us For Fast Service at Reasonable Prices The County Record Between Hopkins and Badcock 674-5041 Apalachicola River Lot in Liberty County G reat V ie w, Lan ds cape d Ex cellent Con d ition W ith 3 B e d roo m, 2 B ath M obile H o m e on 1.06 Acre s N e x t to Es ti ff anul g a B oat Lan d in g G reat G eta w ay Clo s e to T allaha ss ee $69,900 call 85 0 6 743002 P ro T ea m Realty G roup LLC M L S# 21 4 3 5 6 We’re Back! Providing quality non-warranty repairs to the Calhoun County & Bristol areas. Your most trusted appliance repair provider for over 10 years. 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