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Friday, April 30, 2010

Jackson County School District Pre-K Registration

May 15th - 19th from 1:00 P.M. to 3:00 P.M.
Pre- K Registration will be held at these school sites on the following dates:

Cottondale Elementary – May 3rd, May 5th, May 7th
Early Childhood Center – May 3rd through May 7th    
Graceville Elementary - May 3rd, May 4th, May 6th, May 7th
Grand Ridge School - May 4th , May 6th
Malone School – May 4th ; May 6th
Sneads Elementary – May 3rd, May 5th, May 7th                                                

Pre- K Registration is for Children 3 or 4 years old on or before September 1, 2010. 
Documents you need to bring to register your child
 Certified Birth Certificate (Not the footprint record!)
 Social Security Card
Proof of ALL Income for all family members, including children,
                 in your household. Examples Include:
ü   Pay Stubs –Four (4) most recent pay stubs
ü   TANF, WAGES, SSI, Social Security, Foster Care
ü   Notice of Case Action from the Food Stamp Office
ü   Statement of Child Support
ü   Documentation of any other family income
ü   For Sneads only, families must provide a utility bill in the parent’s name as proof of residency
                 Children are not required to attend registration
Applications are available at school sites or the Early Childhood Programs office 
Bring cBring completed forms to May Registration
                                            If you have questions, please call:
              Jackson County Early Childhood Programs Office 482-1266 ext. 224
   Transportation for 4 yr old children is provided by the Jackson County School District

Going Their Separate Ways

ALTHOUGH THEY'VE COME TO THE END OF THE ROAD they will always be together CONGRATULATIONS to Latisha & Lakisha Young

On Sunday, May 2nd, Latisha is graduating from Florida State University with a Bachelors Degree in Social Work.  This ceremony will be held in Panama City, and Sunday May 6th,  Lakisha is graduating from Chipola College with a Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education.  This will be held at Chipola College in Marianna. The girls had this to say:  "We are Thankful first to: God, our Mother, Celestine, Grand Mother, Earnestine, Uncle James Young for the Little Red Gran Am that got us through for four years, and to our little brother Isaiah, our 'Alarm Clock' for everything that you did for us.  "We Never Would Have Made it With Out You".  {Contributed by: Sarah A.}

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Second Skeleton Found In Jackson County

On April 14, 2010 shortly after noon, the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office received a call reporting that an individual had discovered what appears to be human skeletal remains in an area south of Pike Pond Road in Southwest Jackson County. An individual was walking his dog when the dog became distracted and entered a wooded area. When the owner of the dog went into the woods to retrieve his dog he discovered the skeletal remains.

The sex, manner and cause of death has yet to be determined. The area has been secured by the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office awaiting the arrival of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement Crime Scene Unit and Investigators from the Medical Examiners Office in Bay County, Florida. The scene was being processed on Friday morning April 16.

The skeletal remains appeared to have been in the wooded area for several years.

Graceville Lions to Sponsor Downtown Concert

The Graceville Lions Club is sponsoring the Ivey Brothers III Homecoming Concert on Saturday, May 1st, 2010 from 5-9 P.M. This is a community concert presented to the Graceville area and started by the Graceville Lions Club in 2008. There is no admission charge but donations are taken at the door and all proceeds go to the Graceville Lions Club Ivey Brothers Eyeglass Fund.

The Graceville Fire Department will close off Brown Street at the Gathering at 5 P.M. and the Pilgrim Bluegrass Band of the Florida Panhandle will entertain in the first set. The next entertainment will be the Graceville High School Prodigy and Graceville Illusions show groups. The Country Cloggers will be performing on Brown Street between the musical sets and the award winning Ivey Brothers will come on stage next.

After a break, the Pilgrim Bluegrass Band will perform again and then the Ivey Brothers will close out the concert in the last performance of the evening. Street Vendors are invited to participate and there is no charge for set up and registration. Vendors may call 850-263-3777 for set up arrangements and assignments. Over 200 people are expected and vendors are an important part of the occasion. The Graceville Lions Club was chartered in 1937 and is now celebrating 73 years of service to the Graceville area.

The Lions Club promotes educational scholarships and eye care for the needy. The Graceville Lions Club furnishes eye glasses to the needy in the Graceville area through their budget and the Ivey Brothers Eyeglass Fund.

Food-Art-Music-Fireworks- Crafts- and More!

Paint and Pork Spring Festival Scores Another Big Hit With Citizens of Jackson County

By Sid Riley

The seventh annual ‘Paint and Pork” Spring Festival was a big hit last weekend, as thousands arrived at Citizens Lodge Park for the two day event. Some 6500 workers and attendees assembled for community service, family fun, and great food. It was Jackson County at its best, and all of the many volunteers who worked to plan, promote, organize, and conduct the event deserve a huge “THANK YOU” from us all.

As reported to the TIMES by festival committee member Karen King, this year’s event had a total attendance in excess of 6500, with gated paid attendance exceeding 4500 patrons. In addition there were some 28 food vendors serving great food to the crowd, and approximately 60 arts and crafts vendors. There was continuous entertainment, climaxed with a huge fireworks display sponsored by Marianna Toyota.

On the Thursday evening prior to the start of the event, the exclusive “Sampler’s Dinner” had sell out participation, and raised some $6500 in sales. This year was the second year a 5K run was included in the festival, and they had a great turnout. The run was sponsored by Dr. Ben Saunders and coordinated by Margo Lamb.

Then there was all of the action associated with the Arts and Crafts portion of the festival, which was coordinated by Lisa Pelt. This year the winners were:

1st Place: Lindsy Milton
2nd Place: Nancy Zurenda
3rd Place: Judy Brooten

Mixed Media:
1st Place: Rebecca Wynn Gumms
2nd Place: Jeanne Hitchcock
3rd Place: Jennifer Bernier

1st Place: Emanuel Van Willis
2nd Place: Ellen Morris
3rd Place: Tracey Sanders

1st Place: D. Paul Dulaney
2nd Place: Nacona Hamilton
3rd Place: Sara Hargis

1st Place: Kathleen Bush
2nd Place: Dorothy Port
3rd Place: Sandra Voss

1st Place: Debra Menacof
2nd Place: Dawn Prietz
3rd Place: James Bush

1st Place: Murray Dennis
2nd Place: Wayne Wentz
3rd Place: Gus Gustafson

1st Place: Vicki Fuqua
Pre K-2nd Grade
1st Place: Hailey Harrison
2nd Place: Haley Pelt
3rd Place: Shauna Hunter

Mixed Media:
1st Place: Lillie Livingston

1st Place: Lauren Harkins
2nd Place: Taylor Swearingen
3rd Place: Carolena Payne

1st Place: Cady McNeal
2nd Place: Emma Biggers
3rd Place: Isaac Lewis

1st Place: Justin Clikas
2nd Place: Avery Arunakul
3rd Place: Cole Menacof

1st Place: Emma Biggers
2nd Place: Justin Clikas

1st Place: Ryleigh Kunde
2nd Place: Kyla Hunter

3rd - 5th Grade
1st Place: Madison Peacock
2nd Place: Emily Broom
3rd Place: Zebidiah Hunter

Mixed Media
1st Place: Cassie Brown
2nd Place: Zoe Burch
3rd Place: Cassie Brown

1st Place: Mary Beth Harkins
2nd Place: Abigail Jenkins
3rd Place: Wesley Rogers
1st Place: Mathew Ingram
2nd Place: Montana Noble
3rd Place: Cody McNeal

1st Place: Mary Vance Lewis

1st Place: Alyssa Cross
2nd Place: Daniel Tillman
3rd Place: Lea Edge

1st Place: Dillon Melvin
2nd Place: Ethan Sapp

1st Place: Daniel Tillman
2nd Place: Caleb Hawes

6th-8th Grade
1st Place: Miranda Sapp
2nd Place: Lydia Ryzak
3rd Place: Anatasia Brown

Mixed Media:
1st Place: Anne Marie Sapp

1st Place: Anne Marie Sapp
2nd Place: Hannah Plazarin
3rd Place: Gracie Wallace

1st Place: Ashley Hunter
2nd Place: Samuel Lewis
3rd Place: Steve Spence

1st Place: Evan Hunter
2nd Place: Megan Tillman

1st Place: Megan Tillman

9th-12th Grade
1st Place: Tori Scott
2nd Place: Kristi Folds
3rd Place: Kayla Farris

Mixed Media:
1st Place: Joy Wallace

1st Place: Richard Tabor
2nd Place: Joy Wallace
3rd Place: Richard Tabor
1st Place: Elisabeth Fletcher
2nd Place: Lindsay West
3rd Place: Molly Lewis

1st Place: Kristi Folds
2nd Place: Nathan Prietz

1st Place: Nathan Prietz
2nd Place: Caleb Lewis

Marianna Arts Festival
2010 5K Run Results
Male OVERALL Winnners
1st Place: Jesse McGowan
2nd Place: Rusty Branch
3rd Place: John Metzler

Female overall WInners
1st Place: Kristin Peterson
2nd Place: Brianna Merrifield
3rd Place: Lindsey Toole

Male Ages 0-14
1st Place: Charles Lafontaine
2nd Place: Aaron WIlliams
3rd Place: Dante Sonaglia
Male ages 15-19
1st Place: Zachary Brockwer
2nd Place: Patrick Cox
3rd Place: Robert Peacock

Male Ages 20-29
1st Place: Nathan Ebersole
2nd Place: Trey Pleas
3rd Place: Chad Walker

male ages 30-39
1st Place: Mark Clements
2nd Place: Jeremy Edwards
3rd Place: Kit Reagan

male ages 40-49
1st Place: Mark McCarra
2nd Place: David Freni
3rd Place: John Bryan

male ages 50-59
1st Place: Jim Dean
2nd Place: Larry Cobb
3rd Place: Creshull Swilley

male ages 60-69
1st Place: Jimmy Jackson

female ages 0-15
1st Place: Audra Peacock
2nd Place: Sabrina Mandrekas
3rd Place: Ainsley Mercer

FEMALE ages 15-19
1st Place: Taylor Smith
2nd Place: Jordan Sonaglia
3rd Place: Krista Griffin

FEMALE ages 20-29
1st Place: Kacie Rogers
2nd Place: Ashley McGowan
3rd Place: Nikiton Clark

FEMALE ages 30-39
1st Place: Nikki Sims
2nd Place: Kelly Ziglar
3rd Place: Edna Alford

FEMALE ages 40-49
1st Place: Tammy West
2nd Place: Pamela Phelps
3rd Place: Jeanine Meese

FEMALE ages 50-59
1st Place: Janice McLaulin
2nd Place: Dawn Edwards
3rd Place: Jill MIller

FEMALE ages 60-69
1st Place: Patricia Frank
2nd Place: Donna Jackson
3rd Place: Marjorie Morrill

So the sauce has been put back into the cupboard, the splotched cooking apron has been hung on its nail, and the last delicious morsels have been fed to the family dog…..the 2010 Paint and Pork Spring Festival is now over. However the memories of the great food, fun events, thrilling fireworks, and great music and entertainment will linger until next Spring, when Citizens Lodge Park fills with visitors and “April Showers once again bring the Bar-B-Q vendors and cooks to Marianna”.

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Community Calendar

Thursday, April 1
● Cornerstone Bike Nite - Every Thursday nite all BIKERS are welcome to attend the Bike Nite at Cornerstone Restaurant. Bikers meet at 6PM for good food and fellowship. Everyone is invited to attend. Once a month a ride is planned. Don’t miss the fun. See you Thursday nite.
● Marianna Ted Walt Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #12046 - The VFW Meet on the 1st Thursday of the month, at 2830 Wynn Street. (The Old Senior Citizens Building) The covered dish supper is at 6 p.m., then the VFW and Auxiliary meets. For more information call 272-6084.
● The WILLIAM DUNAWAY CHAPTER, FLORIDA SOCIETY, SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, meets Thurs. Apr. 1st at Jim’s Buffet and Grill, with the Dutch treat meal starting at 6:30 P.M. Guest speaker will be Rosie Smith, Director of Public Relations, Marketing & Physician Recruitment at Jackson Hospital, and member of the Chipola Chapter, NSDAR. She will be speaking on her professional experiences at the hospital as well as her membership in the DAR and Huguenot Society. Anyone interested in the SAR is welcome. For more information call 594-6664.
● YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND Principles of Freedom 101 a study of the book “THE 5,000 YEAR LEAP” Discover the 28 Principles of Freedom you must understand if you desire peace, prosperity, and freedom. Understand why the last 200 years has brought about more progress than the previous 5,000 years. Know your Rights in America. DATE Thursday, April 1 and 8, 2010 Every 1st and 2nd Thursday TIME 6:00 - 8:00 PM LOCATION County Commission Building 2864 Madison Avenue, Marianna, FL The cost to attend is FREE Books are available for $10.00 Contact Felecia Dorchuck at 482-5079
● The Maundy Thursday Celebration at the First Presbyterian Church, corner of Jefferson and Clinton Streets in Marianna will begin at 6:30 p.m. and will include a meal typical of that which would have been shared by Jesus and his disciples using Fish, Bitter Greens, Fruit, Root Vegetables and Unleavened Bread. At the conclusion of the meal there will be reflections on the conversations that took place around the supper table that night between Jesus and his disciples, and a sharing together in the Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper. Donations will be received for the meal and reservations are requested. They may be made by calling the church office, 526-2430, or e-mail to by noon on Monday, March 29. For more information please call the church at 526-2430, or check the church website at
● ‘ON THE MOVE FOR JESUS MINISTRY #2’ - ‘Broken But Yet Healed’ {3-Day Dynamic Anointed Service for Healing} Hosted by: Pastor Tonya Hill Bivens Dates: Thursday-Friday-April 1-2~Time: 7:00 p.m. & Saturday, April 3, 10:00 a.m. To be held at the Old Roulhac Middle School-Room #47-Chipley, Florida Speakers: Prophetess Faith Jackson, from Dothan Kingdom Center, Apostle Valencia Brinson, Gretna, FL., and Elder Gwen Sistruck, Chipley, FL. For more information call: Pastor Tonya Bivens-850.879.8480-Minister Janet Larett-850.638.7682, and Laytheria McNealy-850.251.3745
● PRE-EASTER FELLOWSHIP AND BREAKFAST to be held Thursday Evening, April 1st-Time: 6: 30 p.m. Poplar Springs MB Church-Marianna, FL. Combined with the following churches: Mt. Tabor MB Church, New Liberty Hill MB Church and New Hope MB Church Rev. Nelson Wilson, Pastor
Friday, April 2
● Jackson County NAACP Branch is Selling Boston Butts (smoked) Orders need to be placed in advance at $20.00 each by contacting Richard A. Patterson at 569-1294 or 557-0374 or the office 482-3766.
● St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, at the corner of Wynn St. and Lafayette St., will continue its observation of Holy Week in the liturgy of Good Friday at 6:00pm. The Good Friday Service consists of readings from scripture, prayers and a time to meditate on the cross. On Saturday at 7:00 pm we will celebrate the Great Vigil of Easter which is the great Easter experience for us. The service begins with the lighting of the New Fire that represents the victory in Christ of light and life over darkness and death. The Paschal Candle, lighted from the New Fire, symbolizes the Risen Christ and leads the procession into the darkened church where each person lights a candle from the Paschal Candle. Then, through several scripture readings we hear the Salvation story, from Genesis to Luke until we sing “Alleluia, Christ is risen, the Lord is risen indeed, Alleluia” and then the lights come on and we experience the wonder of the Resurrection. Come and join us in worship.
● Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church will be having an Easter Festival on Friday, April 02, 2010, at 3:00 p.m. There will be an egg hunt, Easter speeches, food, prizes and more. Please come out and enjoy the fun.
Saturday, April 3
● MUSICAL/WORKSHOP CONCERT TO BE HELD AT SECOND WEST MISSIONARY BAPTIST ASSOCIATION CHURCH 4110 Herring Avenue Saturday, April 3, 2010~ Time: 4:00 p.m. This concert is FREE. However, a love offering will be accepted in support of the children. Youth Director, Flora Davis is excited about their second concert and is looking forward to this years’ concert. Believing that it will be as uplifting as the one held last year. All parents, Second West members and friends are invited to come out in support of our youth as they perform so beautifully. For more information call 850.482.1023 (H)or 850.209.4890 (Cell) Flora Davis, Youth Director, Dr. H. G. McCullough, Moderator.
● Jackson County NAACP Branch is Selling Boston Butts (smoked) Orders need to be placed in advance at $20.00 each by contacting Richard A. Patterson at 569-1294 or 557-0374 or the office 482-3766.
● ALTRUSA Club of Marianna will be having their Annual Yard Sale Saturday, April 3rd at MEGA GYM on Kelson Ave, 8:00AM - 12:00. Proceeds from the Sale go to fund “Coats for Kids” and other community projects.
Sunday, April 4
● BUCKHORN MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH will be having Sunrise Services at 6:00am Sunday, April 4th, 2010. Sunday Church School at 9:30am, morning worship at 11.00 am. Everyone is invited to come worship with us. Pastor Rev. William Harvey – Reporter Annie Speights 850-594-3544
● The First Presbyterian Church, corner of Jefferson and Clinton Streets in Marianna invite everyone to join them for their Easter Day celebrations Refreshments will be served in the fellowship hall from 9:30 until 9:45 a.m. A Celebration of Easter for all Ages, will begin at 9:45 a.m. in the fellowship hall. This will include music, singing, and puppets. The program will conclude with our group Easter picture on the front steps of the sanctuary, the placing of flowers on our cross, and the annual Easter Egg Hunt, for children Fifth Grade and below, on the church grounds. At 11 a.m. there will be a celebration in Word and Music the good news of the resurrection of Jesus. In addition to festive Easter hymns for choir and congregation, and the Easter anthem, “Majesty,” there will be some new music composed for Easter Day 2010 by choir director, Larry Nelson. The Scripture readings will be from Luke 24:1-12 and I Corinthians 15:12-20. Pastor Huw Christopher’s sermon title will be, “What if….” Following the Worship Service there will be an informal covered dish luncheon for all who would like to participate. For more information please call the church at 526-2430 or check the church website at
● Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church will be having Easter Morning Service on Sunday, April, 04, 2010 at 7:00 a.m.  Rev. Dwight Cockerham, Sr. will be in charge of the service. Please come and help us celebrate the resurrection of Christ.
● Rocky Creek Baptist Church will hold their Easter sunrise service at 6:30 A.M.; Breakfast at 8:00 A.M.; Sunday School at 9:00 A.M.; and Worship Service at 10:00 A.M. The Public is encouraged to come and join in glorifying the Lord! Located off Hwy 71, one mile south of I-10, turn left on Rocky Creek Road; the Church is approx. three miles on the left. For more information call 850-594-4474
● The Brotherhood Breakfast Club of New Easter Missionary Baptist Church in Graceville, Florida will host its Regular Monthly Breakfast, Sunday, April 4th at 7:00 A.M. in the Church Fellowship Hall. The public is invited.
● EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE New Hope MB Church 5990 Wintergreen Road Two Egg, FL.-Time 6:00 Breakfast will follow - Easter Program~ Time: 11:00 a.m. Youth in Charge-With an Easter Egg Hunt Following the Program Rev. L.V. Farmer, Pastor
● EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE TO BE HELD AT {Symbolizing Jesus’ Resurrection} New Easter MB Church With Salem AME Church 977 Hope Avenue Graceville, Florida - Time: 6:00 a.m. Speaker Rev. Melenda T. Smith, Salem AME Church This service will be conducted by local Masons Breakfast will be served in the fellowship hall immediately following service by the NEBC Breakfast Club-Don Pittman and Men in Charge Rev. Price Wilson, Pastor
● Easter Sunrise Service - On Easter Sunday morning, April 4th, at 6:00 AM, come and join us as we celebrate the Resurrection Of Jesus Christ our Lord at Citizens Lodge. This worship service is sponsored by The Greater Marianna Ministerial Association and it is an ecumenical service. The ministers involved come from a wide variety of area churches and many different denominations in order to spread this invitation as widely as possible. We welcome those who may not have a church home for the Easter celebration as well as those who just enjoy worshipping at the dawn of the Easter Day. Come and join us for worship, music, fellowship, and a free Continental breakfast to follow. Bring your lawn chairs and join us at Citizen’s Lodge on Easter morning at 6:00 AM. Don’t be late, you do not want to miss the Son rise!
Thursday, April 8
● The Jackson County Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with Jackson Hospital, will have a ribbon cutting for Dr. David Flick of Panhandle Medical Group at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, April 8, 2010. His office is located at 4306B Third Street, Marianna. For more information contact Rosie Smith at Jackson Hospital at 718-2696 or the Chamber at 482-8060.
● Piano Road Band performs free concert at Graceville Civic Center at 7:00 P.M. Recording artist Bob Snyder will be honored.
● YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND Principles of Freedom 101 a study of the book “THE 5000 YEAR LEAP” Discover the 28 Principles of Freedom you must understand if you desire peace, prosperity, and freedom. Understand why the last 200 years has brought about more progress than the previous 5,000 years. Know your Rights in America. DATE Thursday, April 1 and 8, 2010 Every 1st and 2nd Thursday TIME 6:00 - 8:00 PM LOCATION County Commission Building 2864 Madison Avenue, Marianna, FL The cost to attend is FREE Books are available for $10.00 Contact Felecia Dorchuck at 482-5079
Friday, April 9
● Emerald Coast Hospice Giant Yard Sale – March 19/20 and April 9/10. Offices 4374 Lafayette St., Marianna
Monday, April 12
● The special committee of the Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees will hold a meeting on Monday, April 12 at 5:30 pm in the Boardroom in the hospital.
Wednesday, April 14
● Chipola Retirees will meet on Wednesday, April 14, 11:30 at Gazebo Coffee Shoppe & Deli for lunch and fellowship. All retirees, spouses, and friends are welcome to attend.
Friday & Saturday, April 16th and 17th
● Marianna Arts Festival and BBQ Cook-Off. See for more info and applications.
● Believers’ Outreach Ministry 3471 Hwy 90 West Marianna, Fl Invites you to attend the 10th Annual Pastor’s Appreciation For Pastor/Founder Gladys W. Inman Guest speakers: Friday, April 16, 2010, 6:00PM Pastor Virginia Smith & Faith Cornerstone Church Malone, Florida Sunday, April 18, 2010 11:00 AM Rev. David Greene & St. Matthews MB Church Cottondale, Florida 3:00 PM Minister Joseph Cody & Union Hill MB Church Cottonwood, Alabama. Please come with your heart, mind, and soul prepared to receive the blessings God has in store for you. Call 850-209-0095 or 557-1600 for additional information
Saturday, April 17
● Scarlett Harrington will be the guest speaker at Believers’ Outreach Ministry on Saturday, April 17, 2010 @ 9:00AM in honor of Pastor Gladys Inman’s 10th Pastor Appreciation Celebration. Believers’ Outreach Ministry praise team will host a complimentary breakfast buffet for local ministers in honor of this event. Local pastors and ministers are invited to attend. Please call 850-209-0095 or 850-557-3823 to reserve seating for the free breakfast buffet.
● The 13th Annual Kynesville School Reunion will be held: Saturday, April 17, at: Amos Morris Pavilion 2095 Morris Road Cottondale, FL 32431 Telephone 850-579-4608 Doors Open at 10:00 A.M. with lunch being served at noon. Please bring covered dishes and please bring your lawn chairs
Monday, April 26
● The Board of Trustees of Jackson Hospital will hold its regular Finance Committee meeting on Monday, April 26, 2010 at 5:30 pm in the Hudnall Building.
Wednesday, April 28
● The Board of Trustees of Jackson Hospital will hold its regular monthly Board Meeting on Wednesday, April 28, 2010 at 5:30 pm in the Hudnall Building.
Saturday, May 1
● The Miss Sneads Pageants will be held May 1, 2010 at 6:00 central time in the Sneads High School auditorium. The deadline to sign up is Monday, April 5th. For further information please call Mindy Howell @ 482-9004 ext. 245.
● YARD SALE / FLEA MARKET - The Town of Clayhatchee, Alabama will hold a community YARD SALE / FLEA MARKET on May 1, 2010 at the Clayhatchee Recreation Park from 7:00 am until ? Spaces (12 X 12ft.) are $15.00 - Some tables are available Concessions will be open For more information, call 334-598-4321 or 334-598-2332
Thursday, May 7
● Marianna Ted Walt Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #12046 - The VFW Meet on the 1st Thursday of the month, at 2830 Wynn Street. (The Old Senior Citizens Building) The covered dish supper is at 6 p.m., then the VFW and Auxiliary meets. For more information call 272-6084.