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The Brantley County High School class of ‘75 will hold their 35th class reunion will be held on Saturday, October 16 at Bonefish Grill on St. Simons Island beginning at 5:30 p.m. The cost of dinner will be $25. If you plan to attend, please contact Karen Lewis Harrell at 462-8483 or klhbasket@hotmail. com before Friday, October 1. The group would like to invite the graduating classes of 1974 and 1976 to join them on a cruise aboard the Emerald Princess on Friday, October 15. Please call the cruise line at 800-842-0115 to make your reservation. ($10).
By Chris Buchanan News editor The Brantley County Board of Education gave no explanation for their 3-2 vote to fire Superintendent Drew Sauls at Monday’s regular meeting despite several attendees who spoke out in support of him during public participation. “I’ve been teaching in this county for 30 years and I think as professionals they should let us know ethically, morally, or legally why they thought this was necessary,” said Brantley County Middle School teacher Grace Macmillan. In a packed board room after an executive session requested by Chairman Kerry Mathie, Linda Marion made the motion to “buy out” the rest of Sauls’s contract. The motion was seconded by Van Herrin. Marion, Herrin and Mathie voted for the termination while Joey Shuman and Dot Hickox voted against it. Board members Marion, Herrin, and Mathie were not available for comment immediately following the meeting and declined to confirm the rumor brought forth in public participation that Sauls’s contract was in question. Sauls told the Enterprise that he was also not given a reason for the board’s decision. During public participation, Mathie also restricted a show of hands requested by Kevin Lairsey of those opposed to Sauls’s dismissal. Mathie said that each person would need to each state their name for the record. However, the board still received harsh criticism from attendees who disagreed with the decision, with several shouting and threatening to vote them out of office. Some even chased board members all the way to the door before being asked to stop harassing fellow board members by Vice Chairman Herrin. “I got enough money to push them three right out of office - them three that voted - you wait and see,” said Sherry Sharpe. Many teachers in the room feared an increase in taxes as a result of the contract buyout. This would be on top of furlough days that school system employees al-
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Hickox Baptist Church will hold their 2nd annual pre-hunt on Thursday with dinner beginning at 6 p.m. and the pre-hunt talk from 7-8 p.m. The speaker will be Hank Hough, for more information on Hank you can visit www. kingdomdog.com. Tickets are $10 donation which covers your meal and speaker. For more information or to buy tickets call Justin at 286-3865 or Hickox Baptist Church at 462-6310.
Sauls becomes the second consecutive superintendent to have his contract terminated by the school board for no reason.
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Forestry field tour and seminar highlight importance of pines See page 3
County expands manager’s spending limit
By Chris Buchanan News editor The county manager got a little more financial breathing room after the board of commissioners voted to expand the amount of money he can spend without a formal request at Monday night’s regular meeting. After a unanimous vote, county manager Parrish Barwick will now be able to spend $1,500 without first getting permission from the county commissioners. This is a sizable increase from the previous amount of $500. “We’re certainly in much better shape now than we were two years ago when we put those limits in place,” said Chairman Ron Ham. Vice Chairman Charlie Summerlin narrowed down the initial proposal made by Ham which allowed for the chairman rather than the entire board to sign for purchases between $1,501 and $3,000. “I think the whole board needs to be involved,” said Summerlin. The board is also looking into different ways to help secure the courthouse by directing all entering traffic through a single door. The initial plan is to put the existing metal detector - currently at the courtroom entrance - at one door of the courthouse while setting up other doors as exit only or personnel only entrances. Parking will likely be modified to place all spaces on the same side of the courthouse as the door. Initial plans presented by Richard also call for the closing of the exit along Highway 82 to convert it into a two-way route to the parking lot. The board voted to put the plans out for bid and will hold off on security system plans until more money is available. However, Summerlin requested that the board also get firmer numbers on security costs to see if they can move forward with further fortification. The board also approved this motion. In other business, the board: • Went into executive session for the purchase of real estate. • Approved the fire protection agree-
The Brantley County High School Class of 1985 will hold their 25th class reunion on Saturday from 6-11 p.m. at Kds in Waycross. RSVP on Facebook or call 912-285-3300.
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• Board vice chairman Van Herrin made the motion to go into executive session at the not-so -subtle urging of chairman Kerry Mathie. • It was Sauls who made the decision to not extend the teaching contract of Herrin’s wife after complaints from some that she had threatened to “get” the middle school principal. • The three board members who voted to fire Sauls scooted from the board meeting quickly after voting to the sound of catcalls and threats that they would not be reelected. One even shouted to Mathie, calling him a coward. • As board members left the meeting room, some of those who attended followed until Herrin warned them to stop “harrassing” the board members. • The latest rumor circulating around the county indicates that the Herrin family may sue the school system for wrongful termination. • Former school board chairman David Herrin, who was the driving force behind the firing of former superintendent Al Hunter — also for no reason, stood quietly near the door and would only tell a reporter that the majority should rule. • The board is expected to name an interim superintendent at a called meeting set for See Sauls, page 7 Thursday at 7 p.m.
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Brantley County Middle School and Brantley County Middle School Athletic Department will host the SE GA Middle School Conference Cheerleading Championship on Tuesday beginning at 5:30 p.m. at the Brantley County High School Gym. Admission is $6 for adults and $2 for students. A concession stand will be provided.
Mayor & councilman lock horns once more
Tempers flared again at Nahunta City Hall last week as councilman Robert Thomas attempted to have Mayor Ronnie Jacobs arrested for violation of the restraining order he said was granted by Ware County Chief Magistrate Judge William Linton in a hearing last week. But Brantley deputies and Nahunta police who responded to the call said no restraining order had been issued and no arrests were made. See letter to editor inside today about error-filled article in another newspaper. Thomas had contended that the warrant issued for the mayor’s arrest for making terroristic threats to the councilman recently included a restraining order preventing Jacobs
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com firstname.lastname@example.org. Costume party The Much Love Community Project located at the Market Place Cafe 26710 Hwy 82 in Waynesville will hold a Womens Bible Study on Fridays from 8-9:30 a.-Sat. Facials. Bud Jones at 912462-6397 or John Terwilleger at 912-579-9926. Clothes closet Concerted Services Inc.m. October 30 from 3-5 p.Fri. 2 and the Confederate book. October 16 at 5425 Jamestown Rd. For more information contact Dorothy J. Support groups The Red Cross needs approximately 1. He is currently recovering at home. Foster parents Liberty’s Mercy Mission be open for service every other Thursday.200 people to donate blood each weekday to meet the needs of approximately 140 hospitals and healthcare facilities. Southeast singles will walk every Monday and Wednesday at the YMCA track in Waycross at 6:30 p. Tuesday’s.m. Beverly at 387-5142 or Marva at 281-0535. Saturday 9 a. For more information contact Mame Gamboa at 778-5574. as well as cash donations.m.. Bring your lawn chairs. GeorgiaCares tions in our service area. . The fee is $20 per person. Liberty Lighthouse Worship Center sponsors the mission located in the social hall of the church. For more information call Tim Sawyer at 462-6282 or visit bchamber@btconline. a local partnership with the Division of Aging Services. 8 a.12 p. to help those who are writing stories for the books. Tanning & Much More. Hispanic church The hardback cookbooks published by the local chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy are now available at the Brantley County library at a cost of $12. . Healing meeting The 7th annual Relay For Life Costume Party will be held on Saturday.m.6:30 p. Narcotics meeting Melissa’s Little Friends Daycare has openings for children of all ages. Daycare The Much Love Community Project located at the Market Place Cafe 26710 Hwy 82 in Waynesville will hold a CoDependents Anonymous meeting on Mondays from 6:30-8 p. serving a different Mercy mission OREMC offers safety and energy efficiency programs and demonstrations to schools and community and civic organiza- OREMC programs Waynesville Baptist is in need of clothes and shoes of all sizes for their clothes closet. Waycross. Donations The Brantley County Historical & Preservation Society. Writing workshops New art supplies coming in regularly for all your painting needs! Open 11am-5pm Mon. Inc. . 10305 North Main Street. .462-6171 (Nahunta) or 912-496-2527 (Folkston). Fall festival LOCAL ARTS. Their counselors are non-biased and our services are free. Classes are free. Walking Lake Ware will hold a BBQ cookoff on Friday. Donations will be accepted Monday-Friday. Chamber meeting Scotty McCarty was in a four wheeler accident on June 13.m. Perms.com. of every month.m. Please call Rev. will hold writing workshops at the Confederate Park Library each Wednesday from 10 a. For more information contact Mame Gamboa at 778-5574. For booth rental call 458-2171 or 288-4318. All proceeds go to help Southeast Cancer patients in Brantley. Entertainment provided by Terry Steedly. Most people age 17 or older who weigh at least 110 pounds can give blood.m. to 4 p. and they will meet you at the mission. Foils. Masonic meetings How to contact us: DEPARTMENTS Editor News Sports AdS Etc. Nahunta GA 31553. Nahunta. For more information contact Mame Gamboa at 778-5574. call 1-800-669-8387. or the church at 778-3226. A potluck dinner will be at 6:30 p. Leola Bunkley at 778-6101.com newsdesk@brantleyenterprise. Rowdy Eunice at 912-223-0464.com The American Cherokee Confederacy of Georgia is ac- American Indian You can also call us at 912-462-6776 or send mail to Post Office Box 454. If you have any questions please feel free to call Pastor Daniel Harris at 912-237-1000. Georgia 31705 or call 229-787-5722.com email@example.com. 8:30 a. Beverly at 387-5142 or Marva at 281-0535. A Daily Choice” will meets from 7 . is designed to educate and help seniors and disabled persons under age 65 sort through the complexities of Medicare and related health insurance concerns. The church is located in Atkinson Community next to Atkinson Pawn. Vol. contact Karen Harrell at 462-8483. and on the memo put for Satilla Community Mission. Old fashion day The Brantley County Chamber of Commerce will hold their meetings on the third Wednesday at 12 p. Amy had a stroke on December 9 and is recovering at home. cepting members with 1/16 or more of Indian heritage. cancer survivors get in FREE. For more information contact Mame Gamboa at 778-5574. and Thursday’s at 6 p.com. or in case of an emergency call any of the three names listed below. Womens Bible study Designs Unlimited Hair.2 p. For more information. contact Tonya Whitworth at 912-322-2935 or tonyaCPST@ yahoo. Donations The Satilla Community Mission in Hortense is open every Wednesday from 5-7 p.m.877-210-5437 or contact Gwendolyn McClendon or Cheryl Jordan at 912. Jimmy and Barbara Bryant at 462-6340 for an appointment. Call 473-2688. Pierce and Ware counties.m. Vendor fees will be $60 for two days and an additional $20 for electricity.m. until 8 p. Pool tournament The Atkinson Church of God of Prophecy is starting an Hispanic Church. In front of Hoboken City Hall. October 15 and Saturday. October 23 at 8 p. CRAFTS & GIFTS The 3rd annual Hoboken Old Fashion Day will be held on Saturday. A street dance will begin at 5 p. Story of Brantley County. Co-dependents LOCAL HEALTH & BEAUTY Walk-ins Welcome! Why waste time and gas traveling out of town? We offer services for everyone right here! For a limited time: refer a friend and get $5 off your next color service!! Call 912-462-7003 Located on US 82 West next to 82 Tire and Lube Shear Art Salon Wed to Fri 9-6 Sat 9-2 Football workouts will be held for 9/10 and 11/12 boys at the field next to Bennett’s Pharmacy on Monday’s.8:30 p. Nails. For more information call Javier Rosales at 912-269-0733.com ads@brantleyenterprise. If you are interested scheduling a program for your group. editor@brantleyenterprise. located three miles south of Nahunta off US 301. please call 462-8488.m.m.m. The closet is open every Tuesday from 9 a. Support meetings The Nahunta Masonic Lodge will hold meetings on the first and third Tuesdays of every month. Thomas at Djt1927@aol.m. For more information call Nancy at 281-6026. until at the Strickland Lodge on the Satilla River.3 p. -2 p.. please contact our office at 912 462-5131 or 800262-5131 and talk with Craig Muchison (ext.m. Cookbooks variety of food at 12 p. For more information contact the American Cherokee Confederacy Tribal Office 619 Pine Cone Road. For more information or donations. For more information call Stetson Bennett at 462-3784. For more information call 462-5741. The Monday night classes “Overcomers. 3319) or Linda Harris (ext. for a small food pantry. You don’t have to be just Cherokee. .PAGE 2 • THE BRANTLEY ENTERPRISE • OCTOBER 13 2010 The Much Love Community Project located at the Market Place Cafe 26710 Hwy 82 in Waynesville will hold a Narcotics Anonymous meeting on Sundays and Wednesdays from 7-8 p. please call 1. as long as you don’t belong to another tribe or organization. Highlights.. on the same day. Neighbors Helping Neighbors has a clothes closet available at 135 Florida Avenue.m. but we would prefer a check made out to Satilla Baptist Church.m. 1147).m.m. The food assistance will be persons/ families who have emergency/ crisis needs. at the Brantley County Family Connections Building in the ARK room. David Smith (ext. Mission GeorgiaCares.net.m.m. Child restraints SEGA MAMa’s meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6 -8:30 p.m. Only $75 per week. Quality childcare that’s affordable.m. For more information call 912-462-5163 or 912-462-5263. Donate blood Brantley and Charlton County Department of Family and Children Services are in need of families who are willing to open their homes and hearts to children who are in need. BBQ cookoff An account has been set-up at the Heritage Bank in Nahunta for Amy Schultze for donations to help with her medical bills and expenses. . Football workout The Much Love Community Project located at the Market Place Cafe 26710 Hwy 82 in Waynesville will hold a Healing through Pottery and art on Tuesdays from 5:30-7:30 p. Trivia Southeast Singles will hold trivia Tuesdays at Applebees at 9 p. Open Tues.m.m. For more information call Nancy at 281-6026. accepts DFCS subsidies. Closet The Waynesville VFD has been awarded Mini Grant and has available technical assistance and educational materials to reduce the number of fatalities on Georgia’s roads. For more information call 1-800 GIVE LIFE (448-3543). The mission does take money. Vendor forms and fees are available upon request. All coping skills and life skills classes are on an 8 week rotation the topics change but they are all faith based.. 1151). Nahunta. Call for appointment: 462-7538 • 168 Satilla Avenue Spring Hill Baptist Church in Hoboken will hold a fall festival on Saturday. Donations may be made at The Heritage Bank to the Scotty McCarty Medical Fund. The clothes closet will open from 10 a. For more information call Ms. until further notice. Their energy efficiency experts can offer tips that will help you save electricity and stretch your budget. For help. For more information about protecting your child from preventable injuries. Cedar Lounge will hold a pool tournament every Saturday at 3:30 p. is accepting non-perishable food items. Brunswick stew competition on Friday night and cookoff on Saturday. with parenting classes to follow from 10-11:30 a. Materials include child restraints to parents who meet financial eligibility. For more information. Any donations to help with the family’s needs at this time would be greatly appreciated. Albany.m.m. For more information. suggestions or questions call 912-283-3865 or 912-816-7295.m. October 23 from 11 a.m. Donations NAMI will hold Family Support Group Meetings every Tuesday from 6-7:30 p.m. Cuts.
2010 at the Inn at Still Pond in Axson. Chris Stokes. Eli Clark. announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter. Charlie was preceded in death by his father and a grandson. O’Neal. Ray & Libby Whittle and the late Hershel Macintyre all of Baker Fla. Batten Territory Manager 912-283-8454 or 912-614-4008 . and Ariel McDaniel). seven grandchildren (A. Lalana Cribbs. the family will receive friends at Mr. Mobley Extended forecast Proudly Serving Families Since 1908 • • • • Marbles Granites Bronze Cemetery Lettering • 2125 Minnesota Avenue • Valdosta Highway • US 84 • Waycross GA 31553 tbatten@baileymonumentco. Smith. forest health and biodiversity rounded out the top four while two issues that have had a significant impact on the region . Sikes is a 2003 graduate of Brantley County High School. The Bride to be is a 2008 graduate of Brantley County High and is employed by Ware County 911.J. He is currently employed by United States Capital Police of Washington D. two daughters (Terra Lynn Mobley McDaniel and Elizabeth Ashley Mobley). Invitations will be sent to out of town guests only All . David Smith (Forestry). He is also a graduate of FLETC. Chris Saunders. Charlie leaves behind his wife and partner of over 31 years. Janice Carol Segui Mobley. October 23. this could potentially raise the value of timber in the coming years. Scotty Schmitt (Forestry). A graveside service will be held Saturday afternoon. Lynn Fox. Wendy Burnett with the GFC also gave the “State of the Forest Address” for this year. Three buses escorted by Sheriff ’s Deputy Jason Lee carried about 150 people to Gary Sellers’s tree farm off of highway 32 where members of the Georgia Forestry Commission. Haley Smith. Shade Rooks. Calvary Baptist Church in Hoboken.m. 49. friends and relatives are invited to attend. Tuesday included Kidz Kountry Day Care. Obituaries Charles Ray Mobley Jr. farmers asked questions about burning and growing Georgia’s most populous tree. The future groom is the grandson of the late George and Peggy Oglesby of Blackshear and the late Christine Anderson of Claxton. the top of the list is water and water quality which stems in part from interstate battles over water use she said. She is also a graduate of Coastal Georgia Community College. Lanie Abigail Shuman to Robert Justin Ennis.fire management and the economy — ranked sixth and eighth respectively . patrons listened to announcements by several in the forest and timber industry including Brantley County native and new Farm Service Agency Director Chad Scruggs who discussed the Biomass Crop Assistance Program. surrounded by friends and family.. October 8. 2010. Paternal grandparents are Billy Wayne Sr.C. Standing in a former cotton field which was recently converted to pine. 9 oz. Maternal grandparents are Vicky Nichols and the late Stanley Nichols of Brantley County. a son (Jesse Ray Mobley). Andrew Altman (GadgetNahunta). Born January 31. Bo Chesser (Forestry). The bride elect is the granddaughter of Cecil and Evelyn Lynn of Waycross and the late Silas Altman of Hoboken. Mobley’s home in Waynesville for a celebration of his life. Henry Edwards. P. Concerns over urbanization. The future groom is a 200 graduate of Baldwin High and is employed by Ware County Fire and Rescue. lost his battle with cancer just after 10:00 p. Immediately following the service. Waynesville Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department hosted Fire Prevention and Safety program at the Fire House for Waynesville Elementary School children during Fire Prevention Week. While eating. According to the GFC. Local Home Schooled children visited the fire house on the following Monday. She has a great great grandmother Ruby Mae Teton of Hoboken. John Murray. Nita Edwards. Mike Carver (Patches – Hortense). and two brothers (Ken Mobley and Randy Mobley). paternal great grandparents are the late Vernon and Betty Jo Nichols of Nahunta. Mary Rooks.com Tony M. A reception will follow. Those participated included Buddy Smith. And Teresa Morgan of Ware County. The future groom is the grandson of Bob and Virgina Gellis and the late Robert Ennis of Jacksonville Fla. WVFD presents fire safety show at WES Local Floyd to wed Sikes Ricky and Vickie Floyd of Schlaterville are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter. Tonya Whitworth. son of Bob and Louann Ennis of Baldwin Fla.THE BRANTLEY ENTERPRISE • OCTOBER 13 2010 • PAGE 3 Engagements Shuman to wed Ennis John and Constance Sartain of Waycross. The couple will exchange their vows Saturday October 16Th at 1:00 pm at Mt. at Hospice of the Golden Isles in Brunswick. Georgia is ranked third in the nation in potential biomass energy according to Forbes magazine making the new avenue a strong possibility for local timber owners. 1961. Family and Friends are invited to join the couple in this celebration of their love and commitment to one another.J.. Megan Stone. Marcus McDaniel. Jack Cathcart. and Jean Williams Births Ansley Morgan Billy and Mandy Morgan are proud to announce the birth of their daughter Ansley Jo Morgan. Ansley was born on June 29. to Charles Ray Mobley and Belle Pauline Poore. The bride to be is the granddaughter of Ray and Janice Shuman and the great granddaughter of Eldon Crews and the late Ollie Crews all of Hoboken. Judy Smith. GA. Ansley Jo was named after her grandpa (Stanley Nichols) and great grandmother (Betty Jo Nichols). the busses returned to the high school for a home-cooked meal provided by Ruth Reddish with everything from ribs to peach cobbler. Rebecca Renee Floyd to Brandon Christopher Sikes son of Chris and Dale Sikes of Waynesville. And was welcomed home by her 2 year old sister Lucy Adrianna Morgan. Burnett said that the GFC partnered with the University of Georgia Extension Agency to gather and anylize the concerns of Georgia’s timber industry At .m. Mr. 2010 she weighed 7 lbs. Calvary Pre School/Daycare. Connie Morris. with the exact time and location to be announced by the family. Brandon Kirk (Visitor). Al Kidd (Guest). Chris Hildebrandt. Natural Resources Conservation Service and several other agencies met to impart knowledge of timber farming and answer questions. Bill Bennett (Nahunta). Skylar Ray McDaniel. maternal great grandparents are Doris Barnard and the late Ralph Barnard of Nahunta. Joey Sumner. On Saturday. She is currently employed by Mt. Aiden Mobley. The Wedding will take place at 5 p. on Friday. Tour teaches landowners about latest forestry tech By Chris Buchanan School buses carried a slightly different clientele on Thursday when members for the area farming and land-owning community traveled to Hortense for the Brantley County Forestry Tour. Later that evening. Miss Floyd is a 2007 graduate of Brantley County High School.
My wife loves it when her plan comes together. in more ways than I can count here. because. 2010). we can complete the budget process. The county has anticipated revenues that will fund October’s payroll and Accounts Payable if all departments continue to be conservative. When measuring the financial reports we have to watch both cash flow and the balance sheet. Calvary Resurfacing . I often get their names mixed up. The commission has the budget very close and will complete that portion of the process quickly once the data is available.000 awarded to Stanley Dowling. budget process and time line. A summary printed in this week’s paper shows financial figures to date. Ronald E. I have been there before and have had a wonderful time. My cell phone was all a flutter because almost every hour I got an update on what this new grandchild was all about. and I say “we” rather loosely. Grandmothers are like that. the balance of year to date expenses show us ahead of year to date revenues. The day before we were scheduled to leave. The Express also stated that the city computers were checked. Buster Walker Road. the most extraordinary grandchild ever born on planet earth. Ham Chairman – Brantley County Commission CHAIRMAN’S CORNER By Ronald Ham. My wife’s ninth grandchild entered this world and that made everything all right. have developed definitive action plans that will assign and reassign assets and resources to make this plan most effective for the entire county . • To promote the orderly and planned growth of Brantley County in order to accommodate the rapid increase in population while preserving the rights of existing property owners and residents. I never spoke with Marvin Peeples or anyone else about signing any city checks.” I do not know who this new granddaughter thinks she is but I do know who the grandmother thinks the granddaughter is. There is also a restriping project under way for over 30 miles of Brantley County roads which was funded through GaDOT. I was the one paying. The goal is to have all facets of the park ready for the spring. My advice would be for the editor of The Express to refer back to the city minutes and check city records before printing public statements about the council. the conference I would be speaking at was in close proximity to the ninth grandchild. The council voted for a new equipment barn for a price of $43. Meetings with Skip Starling. but nobody paid me any mind. Construction has restarted on the airport project which was funded through a $2 million Air Georgia Grant. 30. Page Publisher Emeritus Ken Buchanan Publisher BRANTLEY COUNTY BE A PART OF IT ALL! CALL 912-462-6282 TO JOIN! CHAMBER OF COMMERCE . According to the reports I received. set the millage rate and the Tax Commissioner can get the bills out. About every four years the community has the opportunity to support a SPLOST referendum. Therefore. but they have a secret power unbeknownst to us on the male side of the ledger. They are on schedule. A Waycross man who has his own business checked the computers and charged the city $125 for his services. It took some doing but I accomplished it and we were on the road again. When the facts are not checked. Some small portion of that will come to Brantley County . Currently the county has paving projects under way using SPLOST and GaDOT dollars on Waynesville Road. Once they make those readings available. I share all of this to demonstrate that all departments and constitutional officers are doing a good job of watching expenses and driving revenues. Maybe that is all that really matters. • To promote the continued growth and development of the Brantley County Industrial Park and other industry in the county while providing incentive for the growth of existing industry and businesses.000. The grassing is under way and the fields will be ready for their sports. James L. the baby was to be born at such a time that she could go and spend the entire week with the new baby I do not know . On the trip home we. but I kept that information to myself.000 or more monthly All of this . this was the most beautiful.PAGE 4 • THE BRANTLEY ENTERPRISE • OCTOBER 13 2010 Opinion County enters final quarter with solid financial standing coming weeks. 7. Although we never met this new addition to the family. the blessed event happened.000. My conference was over and I headed back to the difficult job of prying the grandmother loose from her ninth grandchild. “Would the city have enough money for the project?” The city clerk ensured the council that the money was there and would come out of two separate accounts. I agreed. that was the end of the story Plans for “our” . I nodded my head a lot and judiciously filtered in an occasion “aha. which would have been our ninth grandchild. it is the actual traveling that gets me. • To promote the Satilla River as the most important recreational facility in Brantley County and to aid in efforts to maintain and wherever possible improve the quality of the river.2 million in debt over time. I am unaware of any checks being written for $57. the most wonderful. 2010. As the time approached for our departure and the imminent birth. city water clerk. Why is it wives have the innate ability to ask questions that no husband in his right mind or in any mind. Dude Circle and Mt. could answer? “I will not leave their home if the baby isn’t born yet. were planning a return trip to see the grandchild. travel began. Whether it is the first or the ninth grandchild makes no difference whatsoever to those creatures called grandmothers. It was my ninth grandchild too. The commission vowed two years ago to pay down the $3. well. any information published will be misleading to the public and also degrading to council members. Georgia. The county has a $1. Snyder If the good Lord ever intended me to travel as much as I have been traveling. The Tax Assessor’s Office is working on the digest numbers. The architectural plans for the field house are near complete and will go out for bids in Home has never been sweeter Rev. The two days driving to the scene of the blessed event were filled with nonstop chatter about the new granddaughter. It has and continues to take a team effort to bring the county’s finances back into line. Boots Harrison Road. If the truth were known. I knew the answer to that question. how grandmothers do it. for that matter. The mayor who was also at this meeting never objected to the council decision to construct the new equipment barn. I like speaking at conferences. Yearly subscription rates: $20 for Brantley County $25 out of county ($15 for senior citizens in-county only) POSTMASTER: Send 3579 to POB 454. When the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage learned of my plans and that. chairman. I received an invitation to speak at a conference. I have often wondered how mothers and grandmothers know so much about their offspring. Once we have more details on the digest. Once the commission has those digest sheets. I was thinking about home. keep the millage rate steady or lower it and to make progress with SPLOST & Grant dollars. The check for the $125 is on record. When people say that home is where the heart is. I would like to state the facts concerning this write-up. The softball / baseball fields are completed with irrigation and grassing. All the city employees had NO problem with their computer being checked. “In my Father’s house are many mansions: if it were not so. I paid for that too. and they actually want to hear what I have to say . But Monday of last week there was over $400. Michelle Lee Office Manager Robert F.000. I am thinking of other body parts. I really will not get home until I go to the Father’s House where He has a place prepared especially for me. I. According to her. Since the reporting system does not show this year’s tax revenue which was collected prior to January 1 2010. The council voted to purchase a backhoe for $54. The only good thing about traveling is that home looks so good from so far away . The status of these projects was recently reported in the paper.000 in the general fund bank account with anticipated revenues for the remainder of the year in excess of $1 million. I go to prepare a place for you. The Express stated that Mayor Jacobs had become upset when he learned that Councilman Thomas and another councilman had gotten Mayor Pro-Tem Marvin Peeples to go down to the city hall and sign a check for $57. but the most delicious aspect of traveling is heading home. look at her grandfather. Post Office. At the time. projects have been completed on Oak Grove Road and parts of High Bluff. 2010 under Legal Notices. ISO specialist. Grandmother had to do some last-minute shopping. Remember that SPLOST funds are collected for a “specific capital expense” and that 1% sales tax revenue can only be used for those purposes. The 20 percent is partial payment. especially if you are going to see a granddaughter. The “Satilla Fields” Recreation Park construction project is near completion and has been funded with SPLOST and capital outlay dollars with the exception of the lights. • To promote the improvement and further development of the Brantley County airport as an important tool for use in the effort to bring in more industry. it sounded like a great idea. I personally asked the city clerk. Nahunta. Traveling is wonderful. But we aren’t out of the woods yet. Before any computers were checked the city chief. was planning how wonderful it would be to get home. It turned out to be a little girl. Mayor Jacobs was present at this meeting which was Sept. Once that takes place there will be a few weeks of idle time while DOT completes testing and provides some of engineering numbers to move forward. it was a plan I could work with. As my wife glowed over the recent granddaughter and rehearsed in my weary ears the extraordinary attributes of this latest addition to our family. my wife became a little nervous. and city clerk were asked by either Councilman Thomas or myself if they had a problem with their computers being checked. “What if we get there and the baby isn’t born yet?” As if. I must say that my posterior has grown weary of all these foreign seats. which was a surprise to everyone. spent out of the SPLOST fund. I am not exactly sure how you plan the birth date of a child but my wife was keeping close contact to make sure it would happen when she wanted it to happen. About a year ago. With the good Lord’s continued blessings. my wife seemed to know everything about her. As we traveled weary mile after weary mile a verse of Scripture seemed to rest in my head. According to her. GA 31553 Our mission: • To promote honest and open government in Brantley County and its municipalities that is responsive to the desires and needs of its residents. 2010. 13. They demonstrate that expenses are under budget and trending with revenues. weary from traveling. (Johns is a member of the Nahunta City Council.500. we’ll pass that information along. eat at my table and sleep in my bed. Satilla Church Road. RETURN POSTAGE OUR READERS WRITE BACK Councilman slams error-filled Express ‘exclusive’ interview From Richard Johns In response to the interview with the mayor in last week’s Express (Oct. The Express stated that he alluded to another check for 20 percent of $40. The thing about this trip was it was the same week my son and daughter-in-law were expecting their fifth baby. sit in my chair. I could drop her off at my son’s house and continue to my conference. I would have told you. The Governor has ordered the repayment of $18 million in unassigned sales tax revenue that will be spread over ALL cities and counties in Georgia. Supporting the SPLOST makes projects like these possible. 30. Littlefield Construction is almost complete with the dirt work. The decision to construct the new barn was also printed in The Express on Sept. The lighting contractor can complete their modifications during this time as well.” (John 14:2 KJV). I dropped the newly crowned grandmother at my son’s house and proceeded to my conference.) Published each Wednesday and postage paid at the Nahunta. Back taxes continue to be collected by the Tax Commissioner and the Sheriff continues housing other county’s prisoners and bringing in $30. We must remain diligent. The football and soccer fields are complete with dirt work and irrigation. continues to help pay down the debt. I’m sure He would have given me wings.2 million line of credit. primarily because people pay to hear me talk. I like the idea of traveling.” Although it sounded like a threat. which we have not had to use to date. the base and paving can be complete. The Brantley County Board of Commissioners The county enters the final quarter of the year in solid financial standings with many community improvement projects under way which are funded through Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) dollars or grant / GADOT funding. There is no reclining chair quite like the reclining chair awaiting me at home. I paid for the whole trip. Five fire substations have been or soon will be erected with fire tax dollars that will help lower ISO ratings and homeowner’s insurance payments all across the county . this plan will continue to work. The lighting for all 5 fields is being installed and will be complete in a few weeks. The minutes were posted in The Express on Sept.
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m. took the checkered flag first at a Cup race in Talladega. � Johnson. Jason Leffler Pts. … … I never know from week to week what network is covering the race nor what time it starts. dominating the race at Auto Club Speedway. but the response always seems to be creating more tricks to make the racing more exciting. By Monte Dutton NASCAR This Week Shorter races have an appeal for Jimmie Johnson Remaining Chase races Oct. 2005. Box 1538. Tony Stewart 6.5 mi. Gastonia. to 41st place in California. Ind. But to still maintain 12th was pretty good.300 4. Following Busch across the line.509 8. 3.. Clint Bowyer Nationwide Series 1. among others — created notable shifts in the Chase standings. “I that. But the King climbed back in.PAGE 6 • THE BRANTLEY ENTERPRISE • OCTOBER 13 2010 NASCAR THIS WEEK If you have a question or comment. It’s just frustrating to be so close to the top 10 and not get it. Box 1538.372 . David Starr . not too little. N. Matt Kenseth. which moved us all the way back to the low 30s in track position. Kyle Busch 4.. Last year’s winner: Kyle Busch. Charlotte and Martinsville.C. Kevin Arias Gastonia. I lived it. … I do not care to watch has-been racers try to be TV commentators. � All three Ford drivers in the Chase are 162 points or more behind Johnson. Matt Crafton .. Chevy. Denny Hamlin 3. and that’s part of the piece of the puzzle.826 . Race record: Jeff Gordon. Oct. Concord. c/o The Gaston Gazette. Clint Bowyer edged points leader Jimmie Johnson for second place. 23 � Tony Stewart’s rookie year was 1999. Last year’s winner: Timothy Peters. � Johnson only has 12 career victories at the next two tracks. The Gaston Gazette. but next year the Fontana. Jimmie Johnson. � Johnson’s past three ﬁnishes: 1. Brad Keselowski 2.) Speedway (. “Two tires worked for us. Oct.737 mph. Four of the top ﬁve drive Chevys. Aric Almirola .. probably better for everyone. Ford. I think we’re going to ship gets most of the attention. Fort Worth.647 9. Still.” “I haven’t really thought about it Then. In other words. in order. Talladega. Pete (Rondeau) made a really good call at the end. during a Silver Crown qualifying run. Concord.373 . four more than Darrell Waltrip and eight more than the active leader.500 ft. That left Smith in second place and with 13 laps remaining. “It was kind Atkinson to happen. 27-year-old Regan Smith came away with his best finish of the season. and just misjudged by a foot or two. A controversial penalty for “passing under the yellow line” overturned the victory.. he said. John Clark/NASCAR This Week Sprint Cup 1. who finished 12th.m. � In 1992. Kevin Harvick 4. 2008. Texas Nov. When: Saturday. but that’s it. 24 — TUMS Fast Relief 500.980 ft. the little bit of give-and-take goes out the window.m. Last race: Rookie Austin Dillon. Nov.162 . � Chevy clinched the manufacturer championship. in reality. those with a title shot. KURT BUSCH Kurt Busch 2010 STANDINGS This Week welcomes letters to the editor. yeah – No reconciliation has occurred between Toyota drivers Kyle Busch and David Reutimann. 2005. he briefly took the lead. around and get our cars running better and be more competitive?’ And right as we did that. which was awarded instead to Tony Stewart. but please be aware that we have room for only a few each week. Kevin Harvick (-54) and Jeff Gordon (-85) within 100 points of Jimmie Johnson. I was just lacking a little bit of grip to hold it for much more than that one lap. Race record: Mark Martin.. Sure. who is in came in right as Ford had struggled the Chase. Kurt Busch 7. Greg put on a good show and really race Biffle’s Kansas win created some Ford hard for this win. Steve Wallace 10. Todd Bodine 3. left Kyle Busch 35th. Va.817 Racing in the Sprint Cup Series week to week is as tough for Regan Smith and Furniture Row Racing as it is for the points leader.1. Paul Menard 6.). A late caution flag in Fontana put Smith’s No.384 .. “Our engines have always week. Many fans suggest that the problem is too much. Saturday SPRINT CUP Nationwide Series Dollar General 300.” discussion. which didn’t trouble points team that is 20th in points as it is to leader Jimmie Johnson in the least. James Hylton piloted Petty’s No.. 78 Chevy near the front of the field in the Pepsi Max 400.764 . Dillon grabbed the lead from eventual third-place finisher James Buescher with 35 laps remaining. Greg Bifﬂe. 13. 7:30 p. if I’m a Chase driver. who is now ﬁfth. but it was the last run of the day and with less than 10 laps to go. P. Oct. but individual replies are impossible due to the bulk of mail received.” said Smith. 200 laps/300 miles. 2003. Last week: Toyota driver Kyle Busch won for a record 12th time. of 31543 All’s fair — Jeff Burton. Jeff Gordon 5. leading a 1-2-3 Chevy sweep at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana. which should be addressed to: NASCAR This Week. “I was just going as hard as I could and not cutting anyone any slack. we ever going to get our cars turned John Clark/NASCAR This Week Greg Biffle’s Kansas win created a stir as Ford cars have struggled this season. 28053. Busch said. Crew chief Pete Rondeau elected to change two tires while the leaders were all changing four. 21 — Ford 400. 23. By Monte Dutton NASCAR This Week Best finish of the season comes off of tough race for Dale Earnhardt Inc. The 2008 Raybestos Rookie of the Year. finished Community said Biffle. Johnson. Ron Hornaday Jr. taking the top three spots and six of the top seven in Fontana. With limited resources and a 30th-place points standing. Busch said he hadn’t talked to Reutimann and hinted that he wasn’t of much mind to do so. Biffle’s engine has trouble the next week at Auto Club Speedway.334 mi. 18.215 . “We really struggled with our cars.. YOU CAN BE A WINNER TOO! Kansas incidents could “escalate” in the remaining races..069 mph. 16 TU RN 4 1 TU R N 2 TU 5º Banking in straights Distance:. The parking cost more than the seats. and the concession prices are enough to break Bill Gates. Chase driver?” Calif. � Former NASCAR driver Shane Hmiel was critically injured in Terre Haute. Sure. Stewart improved from 10th to fifth in the Chase standings.388 5. 7 — AAA Texas 500. has outscored Hamlin by 71 in the past two races.413 . Ariz. Smith turned 27 on Sept. Smith.1.. so it was like.” think that the race distance at 400 is Ah.. He is coming off his best finish of the season.. He suffered neck and back fractures and was in critical but stable condition at Indianapolis’ Methodist Hospital.. that isn’t the case.” — the previous 20 were all sched“The reality of it is that this race uled for 500 miles — at the two-mile this weekend is as important to the track. … Digging deeper into the ticket reduction.. he asked. it’s been reliable. We’ll do our best to select the best. 160. 16. Fifty laps into the race I wouldn’t have made that decision. Oct..327 mph. 43 Ford on laps 399-447. 15. but he’s 13th. 14 — Kobalt Tools 500.216 mph.. .241 .C. Friday Truck Series Kroger 200. Chevy. with only Denny Hamlin (-36). the team that is first in points. a family of four can get in initially for less. When: Saturday.com All times Eastern Sprint Cup Bank of America 500. The record books show Smith as finishing 18th. 12:30 p. and all the drivers act the same. “Now. Miles/Laps:.898 . (1. the order was Toyota. � Six races remain.. N. “It was a roller-coaster day for us.588 seconds over Johnny Sauter. Oct..” he said. 72. Qualifying record: Elliott Sadler. who understandably wants to make some kind of impression in the final races of the season. 200 laps/105.799 mph. “Late in the race. N.C. Probably tougher. Jeff Gordon. Kevin Harvick 7.673 . Dodge. and Biffle succumbed to early engine failure. 14. Burton said.1.. Johnny Sauter . Kevin Harvick and Carl Edwards. Jeff Burton 9. = 501 laps 24º Banking in turns 1-4 REGAN SMITH SPRINT CUP SERIES No.306 mph. N. Ford. The worn left-side tires took a toll on Smith’s performance.001 . in a Chevy. I understand too much. Oct. Ala.. Qualifying record: Jack Sprague. . Thanks for letting us know how you feel. Justin Lofton . who required relief help from Cale Yarborough. “We were running in the top 15 early and then got called for speeding twice on pit road. Oct.526 mi.C. 23.” special treatment. Ford. write: NASCAR This Week.. but it’s not as big as what some people from the outside would look at …” The Ford drivers faded at Fontana. 11. however. Gastonia. 5.” It cost the elder Busch brother. Joey Logano 8. 1996..” he said.” Smith Breakthrough Camping World Truck Series 1.262 3. Toyota.” When asked if he had reviewed videotape of the incidents... too. Homestead.. Length of backstretch:. came from behind and won the race over David Pearson.. Both drivers died the following year in aviation accidents. Jimmie Johnson 2. … … Just millionaires driving million-dollar cars for millionaire owners that have zero concept of what it takes for the “average joe” to attend their scripted shows.1. N. May 22 N May 30 FINISH START PIT ROAD Oct. Alan Kulwicki trailed Davey Allison by 278 points with six races remaining … and won the championship.. Justin Allgaier 5. In 2008. Kyle Busch.1. Smith is holding his own. Petty won 15 times in 67 tries at Martinsville.” What made the comeback even more noteworthy was the fact that Smith had twice been penalized earlier in the race.O. Please do not send stamped and self-addressed envelopes with your letters. 2. Qualifying record: Jimmie Johnson. 155. Concord. that is assuming BOA has not foreclosed on their home. Avondale. 1999. N. NASCAR is trying to change its ways.” “The same way he races them every he said. March 29.” Hortense GA ironic that the FR9 (new) engine third. He is a native of Cato. Race: Bank of America 500 Where: Charlotte Motor Speedway.. a bit later in the race. “It sort of makes it look like the FR9 engine is really our saving grace in the whole thing. were Brad Keselowski. we were integrating the FR9 engine into the program. 16 — Bank of America 500. NASCAR This Week’s Monte Dutton gives his take: “It’s late in a really bad season for Ragan. it would not matter if the tickets were $8. winning by 5. 31 — AMP Energy 500. ADVERTISE YOUR AUTO RELATED BUSINESS WHERE AUTO ENTHUSIASTS COME EACH WEEK! ADS ARE CHEAP AND YOU GET SUPER PLACEMENT EACH WEEK! SPACE IS LIMITED. Asked how one But Biffle said power was never of the other 31 drivers should race the principal issue. “We got the much-needed track position. a 12th at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana. Ala.. Greg Biffle 11. When: Friday. Kyle Busch 10. the best he can do. Matt Kenseth 12. Calif.423 7. I loathe the incessant and nonessential. Uh..” DAVID RAGAN VS. . Asked if the Bifﬂe Hylton comes in relief Richard Petty needed relief help en route to a victory at Martinsville Speedway in 1969. 334 laps/501 miles.449 Making it tough for fans Dear NASCAR This Week. then driving Newman �Who’s hot: Ryan Newman didn’t make the Chase. 96. � An unusually high incidence of engine trouble — Greg Bifﬂe. Last week: Tony Stewart picked up his second victory of the season.. been great and made great power and “As a Chase driver this year. May 25. Austin Dillon . I should The Pepsi Max 400 was Auto get a special consideration. He fell 140 points off the Chase lead. 107 points out. track will have only one. who tangled twice at Kansas. overcame two early race penalties before taking the lead briefly with 13 laps left at Auto Club Speedway. However.2 miles. the car was pretty good.196 2. “What’s there to review? I was there. Chevy.692 10. the networks start the pre-race coverage at all times of the day without regard to the fans tuning in to watch the race. “I guess misery loves company.36 .107 ..” RN 3 TU R .). Mike Skinner . NC 28053 or send an e-mail to mdutton@gastongazette. The same problem.. He has won at least one race in every year of his Cup career and at least two in every season except 2008. It still takes a house payment to feed and water them. Calif. Chevy. and it cost us.. Last year’s winner: Jimmie Johnson. … There simply are not any “characters” any more.1.O. When we took the two tires. Then Burton reversed his field on It was also the first 400-mile race the subject of “reality. Smith is 30th in the points standings and has made the field for every race..85 . Race record: Jon Wood. bidding for his third Hwy 82“I was hoping that this was going 22263 consecutive Fontana win. So just lowering the seat prices does little to the bottom line of the overall expense.Y. FIRST COME FIRST SERVED! CALL 912-462-6776. Trevor Bayne 9. 187.. Ford. His pursuers take little comfort in the fact that the numbers are declining. ‘Well. Fla.. they made an attempt to stabilize the starting times. Nov. P.177 .. albeit boring. Smith. ‘When are easy for me to stand here and say.423 Timothy Peters . doesn’t think he deserves for so long. 78 FARM AMERICAN CHEVROLET Ragan V E R S U S The two tangled late in the Pepsi Max 400. Toyota. NATIONWIDE Race: Dollar General 300 Where: Charlotte Motor Speedway. … … Every car looks the same. … I’m Side issue — While Johnson’s very excited for what it’s going to be bid for a fifth-straight championlike on Sunday.140 . “Certainly could happen. CAMPING WORLD TRUCK CHARLOTTE DATA Race: Kroger 200 Where: Martinsville (Va. Oct.1. won a commanding victory at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.. and Ragan took the blame. Oct.247 4. Carl Edwards 8. Oct.5 mi.54 .485 .187 .” he said before the race. 193. announcers. 7:30 p. Carl Edwards 3.’ Is that Club Speedway’s second race of the how I felt last year when I wasn’t a season. It is so scripted that I expect the robots that build the cars to start driving them. given the limitations in resources at the small team. This impression wasn’t a good one. (1. but it was worth a shot. �Who’s not: Engine failure relegated the Kansas winner.1.5 mile oval Length of frontstretch:. Ridgeway.C. who leads Denny Hamlin by 36 points. However. A victory was worth ﬁve Chase positions for Tony Stewart.). Chevy..
00 GCIC FEES $180.040.440. but Gregor complained that this should have been brought up before the construction of the station.632.00 0 $40.00 $1.000.942.50 $151.http://www.24 $42.000.32 $90.00 35 $160.220.00 73 $0.000.00 $56.000.000.176.00 $235.91 $819. C.00 78 $800.814.578.00 $223.806.10 $1. in a recent Glynn County competition the BCHS team received high marks with Dillon Lee making a 3.000.551.00 0 $10.887.00 BUSINESS LICENSES $550.822.00 29 $50.000.00 0 $20. However. • Approved going out for a grant to update the hazard mitigation policies for county agencies.268.21 PENALITIES AND INTEREST $7.316.00 0 $1.32 $1.2 mile run in under 21 minutes.000.441.612.50 LOCAL CRIME VICTIMS $219.000.72 $1.500.480.00 $9.309.12 $91.500.476.50 MAINT-NEW DFCS $587.00 JAIL BOARD FEES $41.000.26 $130. Photo by Chris Buchanan Sauls From page 1 ready face.204.21 $154. • Approved the bid of about $3.00 0 65 $11.00 $59.29 $4.652.893. ILLA OFFICE BUILDING 2150 SUPERIOR COURT 2180 CLERK OF COURT 2400 MAGISTRATE COURT 2450 PROBATE COURT 3300 SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 3326 JAIL 3500 FIRE PROTECTION 3510 FIREFIGHTERS' ASSOCIATION 3600 EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE 3700 CORONER 3800 EOC (911) 3920 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGEN 4200 ROAD DEPARTMENT 4500 SOLID WASTE 5170 HEALTH DEPARTMENT 5175 MENTAL HEALTH 5440 PUBLIC WELFARE (DFCS) 5500 CONCERTED SERVICES 5520 SENIOR CENTER 6100 RECREATION 6500 LIBRARY 7100 B.66 FAMILY CONNECTION GRANT $0.157.46 USDA LOAN/GRANT $163.65 $105.11 $931.334.17 57 $25.51 $15.00 TIRES-TRANSFER STATION $0.320.00 RECREATION ACTIVITY FEES $0.307.000.36 $1.000.67 $166.914.00 $45.80 $8.47 SALE OF PROPERTY TAX COMM $780.28 $1.44 $21.25 $435.11 $10.454.00 $0.00 0 $30.495.01 AMBULANCE FEES $59.50 SHERIFF-SERVICE $600.36 PROPERTY TAXES 2009 $24.00 66 $40.00 $1.29 $109.50 HOME DELIVERED MEALS $4.00 MOBILE HOME PERMITS $1. OFFICE COMPLEX 7130 COOPERATION EXTENSION SE 7140 GEORGIA FORESTRY COMMISSI 7450 CODE AND PERMIT DEPARTMEN 7500 DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 7563 AIRPORT 7630 FAMILY CONNECTION 7640 ADULT EDUCATION AND HEAD Total Expenses: $23.00 371 $70.00 42 $0.00 55 $0.150.954.036.54 CHILD SUPPORT FEES $120.08 $25.89 $853.25 $80.030.23 $18.000.00 $205.000.00 $621.229.977.676.685.000.67 $78.057.00 CUVA Recording $0.160.01 $71.506.269.87 $2.546.242.510.65 $783.00 $2.049.427.53 $119.00 81 $0.00 100 $10.00 CULVERT PERMIT $25.000.030.025.24 $117.683.075.03 $13.73 $721.00 SHERIFF.250.13 REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAX $204.236.718.PAGE 7 • THE BRANTLEY ENTERPRISE • OCTOBER 13 2010 FROM THE FRONT REVENUE: BRANTLEY COUNTY BOC REVENUE & EXPENDITURE STATEMENT 09/01/2010 TO 09/30/2010 Sep-10 YEAR-TO-DATE REAL PROPERTY TAXES $6.45 $7.24 F & F-MAGISTRATE COURT $2.00 75 $7.030.00 58 $5.691.” Jacobs was arrested after Thomas pressed charges against him for allegedly threatening to beat the councilman with his cane.011.266.288.000.57 TAG/TAX PENALTY $3.66 $92.37 $105.00 $5. Gregor also asked the board to widen highway 259 and suggested a few other county property improvements.00 73 $85.132.347.96 $3.93 $45.00 $23. the board: • Approved non-partisan elections for the Board of Education.18 $8.39 $220.23 $19.290.17 84 57 54 71 75 91 33 72 74 76 80 76 79 29 87 76 85 57 53 89 81 100 67 75 18 64 79 78 79 42 94 64 100 54 66 83 Even though board members refused to confirm that they were about to terminate the superintendent.165.17 PENALTIES/INTEREST MOBILE HOMES $2.00 RENT NEW DFCS $16.075.648.466.000.” According to Shuman.190. The boys BCMS cross-country team placed first in the region.00 $2.47 F & F-PROBATE COURT $17.00 0 $0.281.70 GARBAGE FEES/MOBILE HOMES $5.00 $0.00 0 $150.89 $29.54 OTI/CONCERTED EXP REIMBUR $1.359. Ruckus From page 1 from coming near the councilman. But Brantley County Chief Magistrate Jeff Thomas told the Enterprise this week that no restraining order was included or implied by the warrant.000.08 $1.673.00 OTHER INCOME TAX PROPERTY $0.090.000.00 $2.000.802.00 $4.519.11 $3.000. The magistrate judge said Jacobs is out of jail on bond and that bond can be revoked if necessary but nothing the mayor has done has risen to that level. In other business.916.611.13 $69.00 $352.000.003.675.02 $29.000.00 506 $0.03 $125.057.00 TIMBER TAXES $18. • Will have Charlie Summerlin and Lenton Herrin work with the Historical Society and veterans’ groups to find a suitable bridge or highway to be renamed in honor of veterans. the board also had at least one supporter among the crowd.000.00 175 $5.00 SALES TAX VENDOR COMP $101.000.10 $159.331.000.931.53 $4.493.00 PLAT REVIEWS $150. Ham said this was a more centrally located area.32 $72.05 BEER & WINE TAXES $11.112.792.39 ALCOHOL BEVERAGE LICENSES $2.00 $1.00 77 $950.00 $42.org .38 BUDGETED % BUD $0.00 $46.89 $122. “Good decision or bad decision I’ve always supported letting majority rule.49 $24.00 26 $430.785.469.137.00 41 $2.227.200.00 F & F-SUPERIOR COURT $4.93 $1.593.000 from Pearson to purchase 173 additional PowerSchool licenses.55 $17.000.68 $13. hard-fought game against Tatnall friday . • Approved the class size resolution the increase class sizes as presented.180.00 SCRAP METAL $0.05 OTHER INCOME TAX COLL MH $0.09 $5.00 0 $5.00 $417.90 GARBAGE FEES/PRIOR YR $1.00 $0.12 $198. “They both have to act like professionals.000.925.00 35 $0.021.00 $314.58 $174.00 111 $500.00 $5.98 $3.50 $5.822.38 BOC From page 1 ments between the county and the Hoboken and Hortense volunteer fire departments.559.816.168.638.073.908.00 54 $21.365.00 73 $3.00 1 $751.304.46 $105. “A board decision is a board decision and majority rules.00 TOTAL REVENUE $622.214.171.1241.656.00 33 $36.00 244 $280.671.00 $304.25 $860.00 42 $1. • Approved the repair of an existing truck for use at the Nahunta Volunteer Fire Department in leu of purchasing equipment leased to the Nahunta VFD by Former Fire Chief Button Lee and Henry Lee.00 $47.87 $18.00 73 $240.000.00 BUILDING INSPECTION $881.43 $14.944.283.00 $3.45 $13.750.000.555.441. • Approved a master equipment lease purchase agreement between the county and Musco Finance for the recreation park lighting project.337.000.00 228 $122.000.00 $68. • Announced that SPLOST funds were up this month at about $101.00 $4. • Approved the Values Textbook Committee as presented. 14 to decide who will serve as the interim superintendent. “Preventing them from being near one another would shut down city hall.000.73 $401.986.11 COMMISSIONS CURRENT $240. • Listened to the concerns of resident Mary Gregor about the possible relocation of a newly built substation on BusterWalker road to land near the school.00 0 $625.57 INTANGIBLE RECORDING $0.84 $88.375.00 83 $45.99 $104.000. county residents who attended the meeting waited until the end of lengthy closed session to find out.631.743.42 $5.60 ATTORNEY FEES $262.25 E-911 CHARGES $71.864.455.25 $7.39 SHER-TRANSPORTATION FEES $0.00 103 $4.00 32 $125.265.00 328 $1. This will allow residents to vote for candidates regardless of party .739.BrantleyCounty.358.” he said.80 $28.51 $548.70 $10. He was taken to the Brantley County Jail after the chief magistrate judge of Ware County found ample evidence of the crime to take it to the next level.880. • Approved the purchase of a new storage facility for forestry department equipment for $1.66 $8.000.513.00 0 $150.638.274.00 $0.23 MISCELLANEOUS INCOME $0.000. former BOE Chairman David Herrin. Meanwhile. EXPENSES: 1110 COMMISSIONERS 1450 ELECTIONS 1510 GENERAL GOVERNMENT 1545 TAX COMMISSIONER 1550 TAX ASSESSOR 1565 COURTHOUSE 1570 ST.00 COMMISSIONS/FEES $4.972.231.000.16 $1.309.12 $99.571.700.00 $78. for a complete report visit the county office or the web site at ……….55 $333.16 $17.00 74 $5.630.000.521.00 $1.00 $780.00 TAX ASSESSORS FEES $268.000 a year.00 29 $20.480.66 INTEREST REVENUES $9.00 $0. the board will meet on Thursday.834.013.35 GARBAGE FEE/2009 $2.00 0 $750. • Approved the reappointment of Derek Lane to the Recreation Advisory Committee.639.671.11 $247.86 OTHER INCOME TAX COLL-MV $0.00 FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS TX $0.201.878.280.00 93 $1.92 $17.82 $15.52 $25.61 JUVENILE SERVICES $480.00 85 $50.000.853.42 $271.000.00 $0.00 $50.000.COPIES OF REPORT $30.000.00 $11.333.350. something that rarely happens in a BOE meeting.99 $0.00 $1.535. Sauls’s contract would not have gone up for renewal consideration until next summer.186.000.23 $7.941.16 $931.402.000.646.000.75 $2.35 $147.898.16 $8.025.00 $864.30 $2.050. • Listened to sports updates from Sauls.68 $12. • Approved an agreement with Southern Geographic to maintain the tax assessors’ geodatabase for $12.00 $44.027.00 70 $90.00 $5.00 $163.2009 $0.712. Oct.00 0 $7.511.00 49 $100.00 $325.00 $15.40 MOBILE HOMES NOD CURRENT $798.64 $90.120.000.000.00 82 $20.90 $36.00 83 $3.843.76 $5.019. he said.04 MOBILE HOME TAXES CURRENT $7.80 $3.00 $4.351.941.30 MOTOR VEHICLE TAXES $58.000.00 70 $150. He was released under his own recognizance shortly thereafter.931.232.53 INSURANCE PREMIUM TAX $0.356.95 REAL PROPERTY NOD.000.360.75 SALE OF PIPE $0.12 $149.35 $632.00 $0.61 $25.00 33 $200. cheerleaders received second place at the Southern Spirit Showdown in Lowndes County and received fifth place in Tift County He also stood complimented the football team for a .690.20 $136.17 $323.17 COSTS/FEES-SUPERIOR CT $5.00 $0.61 $41.943.25 ADDRESSING $125.26 SHERIFF COSTS $788.531.50 $35.000.00 75 $5.696.731.000.39 $57.00 0 $201.320.63 $108.506.146.00 0 $0.00 GENERAL GOVERNMENT INCOME $1.084.65 $25.833.00 $12.470.128.948.267.00 0 $3.53 $160.00 166 $3.000. which Jacobs denies.625.92 $760.815.41 $1.940.243.17 $95.000.000.95 $101.56 COBRA PREMIUM PAYMENTS $0.00 21 $1.385.396.00 LIBRARY M&O $0.00 112 $0.854.00 573 $0.82 RAILROAD CAR EQUIPMENT TAX $0.00 $160.00 0 $0.824.00 $108.00 78 $658.00 $12.00 76 $20.287.024.034.000.90 $5. The board voted not to purchase the equipment from the Lees.00 $22.000.74 LOCAL OPTION SALES TAX $80.930.58 $57.825.25 $66.00 $4.000.109.05 $7.700.94 $130.00 $1.32 $16.00 0 $20.842.661.00 2 $12.50 SALE OF GEN FIXED ASSETS $0.39 INTANGIBLE TAX $2.00 0 $1.” said Herrin.90 $14.070.00 $24.500.00 59 $650.00 $85. Meanwhile the Lady Herons softball team made state playoffs and will be playing a two out of three series away against Pike County The BCHS Heron competition .96 $1.529.52 VET FEES $5.16 $130.367.982.00 65 $5.24 $10.871.000.00 SALE/MAPS & PUBLICATIONS $31.000.26 $263.656. • Agreed to move forward in fulfilling an agreement with the county that would allow the county to build a recreation field and a fire station near Atkinson Elementary School.00 $30.539.00 $2.00 $12.65 FRANCHISE FEES/CABLE TV $0.
lick or even mark a buck’s rub with their foreheads. a storage compartment. For instance.net/fears/index. Does sometimes sniff. Meanwhile. Once the rumen fills-up. which are highlycurious animals that will come to investigate any new odor in their environment. * Which Deer Use Rubs .N. chopped onion Salt and pepper 1 can undiluted tomato soup 1 can French style green beans. SIGN-ON BONUS included! Call 912-462-6776 or 800-446-9116 to set up interview or email resume to aanderson@ahce. Sprinkle with grated cheese.Deer browse.to 6-1/2-yearold buck may have an 18. The two day event. and when feeding. Wayne Fears Learning as much as possible about white-tailed deer will enable you to hunt better and smarter. a mature deer breaks off twigs and branches and chops its food with its 24-grinding teeth. because they have the ability to focus on both nearby and distant objects at the same time. Alabama. From studies done at Auburn University in Auburn.When hunters see a deer rub in the woods. kill snakes and ward-off predators. * How a Deer Spots the Hunter . the deer will move to heavy cover for protection to complete the process of chewing and digesting its food. * Which Deer Make Scrapes .A for the Brantley area to provide personal care.altamahahomecare. / P. Small and narrow racks generally indicate a young deer. Call for directions only at 912-449-0780. you can follow some general rules to approximate his age. SCENES FROM MIDDLE SCHOOL HERONS AGAINST WARE PHOTOS & COLLAGE BY LORA ABLE Our Favorite Recipes By Dianne Middleton Hamburger Pie Casserole 1 lb. wildlife biologists have found indications that does also make scrapes sometimes. which started on Friday. and this behavior isn’t limited to breeding season. Make a ring of mashed potatoes around top of dish. Recipes taken from the Overdue Cookbook and the A Literary Feast Cookbook. deer may not always come to investigate a new odor or lure in an area during daylight hours. A 5-1/2. included several door prizes for the first 100 customers.to 20-inch inside spread of the main beam and sport 8 points or more. A 2-1/2. while wider and taller racks usually imply an older deer. the Brantley County High School Future Business Leaders of America were on hand to sell hotdogs and refreshments to hungry patrons. Return to oven for 10 minutes.Deer can spot movement so well. Next it will take the fish in its mouth. drained Brown meat. smells and sounds can attract deer. which allows a deer to see almost completely around itself.to 10-inch inside spread of the main beam.A.net . But in almost all other situations. Here are some little-known facts about whitetails. rubs can function as signposts or communication devices between the sexes. ALTAMAHA HOMECARE We are currently looking for a C. add other ingredients.A deer will kill and eat fish by using its paws to disable fish such as trout.When bucks fight. My book. The more scientists study the scraping behavior of deer. But not all odors will attract deer at all times.Although you can’t determine a buck’s age by his antlers. * How Deer Go Fishing .to a 4-year-old buck often will have 8 points and measure 16 to 18 inches between the main beams.com AHC is a drug-free workplace and an equal opportunity employer. they most often lock antlers. Then the food passes through the deer’s 65-footlong intestine where it’s digested. after 6-1/2-years. However.protoolindustries. a deer can concentrate on what it’s eating.” available at www. A deer chews its food only briefly before passing the food to its rumen.PAGE 8 • THE BRANTLEY ENTERPRISE • OCTOBER 13 2010 Little known facts about whitetails By J. yet keep its eye out for predators at the same time. scientists have learned that generally the availability of highly-nutritious food plays a larger role in antler development than any other factor. Coming up Ace! Farmers and Builders Ace Hardware of Nahunta was packed on Saturday as owners and customers celebrated the grand opening of their new location east of Nahunta. the size of the bucks’ antlers generally decreases. Bake in casserole dish at 325 for 20 minutes. * What You Can Learn about a Buck Deer . hamburger 1/2 c.Although most hunters believe only dominant bucks make scrapes. slashing hoofs as his number-one defense to strike and cut other deer. is full of information about deer. the more they realize how little they understand the social behavior of whitetails. chew it and swallow it. The number of points a deer has on his rack may not represent the length of time the deer has lived. they often assume this rub has been made by and used by a buck. Next it regurgitates the partially-digested material from the rumen. * How Deer Eat . both of which can be purchased at the Brantley County Public Library during regular business hours. Application can be made in person at 717 Cameron Drive in Blackshear or on-line at www. HELP WANTED: Charlton Visiting Nurses in need of an RN for home health visits in Charlton and Camden counties. * How Bucks Fight Back . Proceeds from the fundraising event will help the FBLA pay for a trip to Athens this year. this waste will have passed from the deer’s body . chews it briefly and swallows the food for a second time.html.A wide variety of scents. push and shove. the “Deer Hunter’s Pocket Reference.S. * How and Why Deer Lures Work . Also. the buck uses his sharp. A1-1/2-year-old buck raised on good soil may have 8 points and possibly a 6. Although bucks most often make rubs. The deer’s eyes sit high and wide on its head. Whitetails commonly eat fish up to 14-inches long. Within 1-1/2-days after the deer chews the food.
2040 SF. Lots available. $17. Power is on.. For more information call 462-5680. $3000. WAVERLY Werner is hiring. parts. Newly remodled with front porch. motorcycles and misc. long wheel base. Call 288-3967 or 288-1847. excellent condition. $7. and sandwich maker call 458-3307. FOR SALE: 81 MOSS TREE ROAD: 2004 Fleetwood Doubewide Excellent Condition. 912 473-2172. FOR SALE: 2002 Saturn SL1.7 acres down Randell Crews Rd. and will file all necessary paperwork on your behalf. Suitable for commercial property. Call 912-462-6047 between 8a.33 beautiful acres. Young goats for sale 462-6422. FOR RENT: 3 BDR House.000 OBO. all appliances. Call 912-717-1377. $13. $125. bed with headboard and footboard. 9. Call 912-816-7043. refrigerator. Call Dennis at 778-4746 or 670-0088 or Charlie at 778-3635 or 670-1853.500 or $500 down.THE BRANTLEY ENTERPRISE • OCTOBER 13 2010 • PAGE 9 WANTADS Real Estate also car wash and auto detailing. M. Call 617-3552 or 778-6053. trucks. Call 462-5571. Recreational FOR SALE: Go-Cart. All convenient to downtown Nahunta. no pets. Sitting chair $25. For sale: 6. Call 912-258-0986 or 912-258-2823. chester drawer and dresser. seller financing. $2.com or call 912-282-6468. Consigners welcome. 4 miles up 259 from traffic light. Electric Motor Repair: Waterpumps. Call 462-7715..600. $6. For sale: Pineapple Pears. plus deposit. $70. 14X32 Game Fisher. 1 BA mobile home. 2 BA. 2. off Hwy 110 West. $200 deposit. Buster walker Road. VA and insurance provider of medical equipment. low miles. Call 282-0520. For Rent: 3 bdrm. Call 912-449-1148.000. All yard work. All work reasonable and guaranteed. 2 baths. mobile home on private lot. & 8 p. 55lb. All Appliances and water supplied. Call 912-266-3228. Yard Sales Auction every 1st & 3rd Friday at 7 p. Patios. Appraised $92. 912-462-7715. Long Lake Subdivision. Powerade. $650 a month. No pets. NO PETS. quality built cypress furniture and lumber. WE BUY JUNK CARS AND TRUCKS. $7. 2 BDRM. For sale: Craftsman 10” Radio Saw. Please call 912-282-2689 or 912-202-7802. owner financing. Call 778-5247. elec. 6 yrs.3 miles south of Nahunta on 301 . Pick up applications at 101 Burton Terrace. will have to pay monthly by due date.m. MISCELLANEOUS Pets & Animals Koi fish for sale.000 miles. Call 270-7897. Call 912 462-6047 between 8 a. $1600. Christian owned and operated. For Sale: 04 Ford Ranger. For more information call 912-7783000. 2 BA Single Wide on Caney Bay. seller financing. 2 BA. 123 Allen Rd. Call Philip Purdom at 462-5794 between 6 pm & 9 pm weekdays or anytime Sat. & 8p. References required. $2500. washer/dryer.500. Free Estimates. 2500 miles. $450 a month. VACATION RENTAL in The Smokey Mountains of Franklin. 1998 Sea Ark 16x48 all welded. and water furnshed.8 acres. Contact Lucy Cathcart at 912778-4551 or Jack Cathcart 912-266-7172 to make arrangements to deliver or we will also pick up. Craftsman 10” Table Saw. 14x70. good condition. we sell. Come pick your own.000. 2 lots on Little Satilla. runs good. gator trailer. Specializing in cleaning carpets & tile floors. Master bath has walk-in shower and seperate garden tub. Reduced! Call Johns Realty at (912) 462-6633. Mister Coffee coffee maker. Galvanized Trailer. FOR SALE: 1. cars. 866-467-0060 . 179. and water for the volunteers during incidents. Clean. 2BR. Free bulldogs puppies. needs a safety switch $100. Owner financing available. Nahunta. Call 462-8709. and lot rent. den & kitchen. 25 HP Mercury.C. automatic. accepts DFCS subsidies. owners. Stove. Lot #858. recreational use. Real Estate: Tired of Renting? Rent to own! Nancy’s Place Comm. Road 1+ acres. Also.500 down payment. For Rent: 3 bdrm. 16X80. Dean Owner 912-617-2043 CONSTRUCTION SERVICES Miscellaneous CLOTHES. FOR SALE: 2009 Colt. Must be drug free. taxes. Call 778-3860. large living room. 4 cylinder. PT & T. I BUY JUNK CARS Wainwrights Concrete 912-882-9344. 2 on Main Street and 1 on 103 Reade St. $150. Medicaid. We also help burnout victims throughout the year. For Sale: 2000 Fleetwood Anniversary 14x48 to be moved. furnished. $144. Please call 912-282-2689 or 912-202-7802. will have to pay montly by due date. extended cab. Tin roof and tin siding.4 acre lot with well and septic tank. See johnsrealty.80 a month which includes water. 2 slice toaster. Fire engine red with black top. Buster Walker Road. 28” barrel w/select choke. Come in & save! No clothes for winter & fall consignment until October. We are also accepting donations of Gaterade.000. leave message. GAL#3540. Call 617-2973. Blk/Yellow paint. $75 and up. For sale: 93 Buick Roadmaster. Rules and regulations strictly enforced. $4500 call 912-286-1313. FOR RENT: Nice private camper and mobile home lots for rent call 912-266-7254. & 8p. Call 778-4270. $300 deposit.500. go-carts. 15HP Johnson. Quality childcare at an affordable price. Galvanized Trailer. * Waynesville – 4.500-$8. Call 912-778-4554. North Carolina. microwave popcorn popper. An authorized Medicare. swimming pool pumps.C. For more information please call 269-1965. Call 912-462-6047 between 8a. Perfect for beach: $3. pond and driveway on property. Call 912-2701502 or 912-778-3260. Call 473-5431. *Warner Landing Road – Large doublewide on 2. Sidewalks. $275 & up rent. will be ready in October. Call 912-222-2775. For sale: 2 acres off Laured Rd. $350 a month.000. Help Wanted Maintenance person needed. call 912-286-1316. For sale: 14 ft. 1997 J-16 Carolina Skiff. New 2 bedroom apartments. 4 bedrooms. 2BR.500. Power is on. etc. and what we don’t use.m.000 obo.m. Bulldog puppies for sale. bring container. 3. Call 912-264-4277. We look forward to serving you. FOR SALE: Motorcycles. Driveway add-ons. For Sale: 14X 36 Sears Jon Boat. 1 bath. $375 a month. We are having an “End of Summer” Sale. $600 a month. OUTGROWN YOUR CURRENT TRANSPORTATION? SELL IT RIGHT HERE! Call 912-342-4922 DIRECTORY INSURANCE & FINANCIAL SERVICES Brantley Small Business HARDWARE & BUILDING SUPPLIES Services MULTITASK CLEANING SERVICE: Commercial & Residential floor & cleaning services. call 462-6506. (Raybon community) 2 septic tanks & a deep well. Call Steve for your next Barber appointment at Rowell’s Hair Care. Call us in Waycross at 912-285-8595 and let us help. well & septic. Owner financing and improvements available. $10. call 912-286-1316. Only $75 per week. Need help with your mobility? We are Medical Mobility Solutions. please call for your appt. 32 hours summer.Fresh paint. 1 BA additional laundry room and all appliances. bedroom set. 749 Auction Road.500.000.m. $150 call 462-5781 or 548-3077. freshly painted and well kept on the inside. 2-3 bedroom mobile homes available. No pets w/out pet fee. $1500. Mobile Home lots available. No Problem! Training avail w/Roadmaster! Driver Trainees Needed! Call Now! Call Philip at 912-281-5777 Waverly. power tools. The 1st Saturday of each month is our 1/2 off sale.500. from $8. $457. and timing chain. large front porch and back deck.com for complete list of available homes and property. Samsung Alltel phone almost brand new $60. 30 HP Susiki 4 stroke. trailers. Quiet. new head.02 acres. FOR SALE: 2 Hughes Direct TV boxes with card and remote best offer. FOR SALE: Long Lake Subdivision. Waynesville. fans. Call 258-2086. 912-270-4554. 2 Bedroom mobile homes sit on 1/2 acre lot. 473-2932. cruise control. GIFTS & MORE CONSIGNMENT located in Hickox .4. Nahunta MH lots with water and sewer. 10 HP. FOR SALE: 4-wheelers. Free Pineapple Pears and Grapes. 3 BDRM. covered with large oaks. For Rent: 1 BDRM. will be accepting donations year round for our semi-annual yard sales (no clothes please). 9% APR*. stove and air. etc. We offer free consultation. Call 912-270-7897. $1. Galvanized Trailer. Call for more information and a brochure. look for angel signs. living room.500. Seller holds real estate license. 912-462-7984. For more information visit brunswickauction. Drury Lane. FOR RENT: 2 BDR mobile home with new carpet with fridge. FOR SALE: 1. air compressors. $17.9 acre lot. asking $73. 4 door. For Sale: 1998 Chevy S-10 pickup. Private. FMI call 912-288-3512. $9000 obo. For Sale: House & land. new clutch. master bedroom w/sitting room. Robert & Jay Blanchette. 2 seater. Blanchette’s: We Buy Junk cars/Trucks.4 miles on left. For Sale: 12 GA Mossberg pump 2 3/4 & 3 in. Dean Lawncare Free Estimates M. 15HP Evinrude. Call 912-2864619 or 912-286-0009. BYRDS GARAGE: NOW Offering Mobile oil change service. For Sale: 2008 Suzuki m50. 2 BA. 2 BD. FOR SALE: 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee. For Sale: 1999 XL 250 Ford Superduty pickup. We make old concrete look NEW!. Call 270-4554.We would like to invite you to drop in for a visit and have a look around.000 *Satilla Road. Central Estates. Shop for Rent: located in Nahunta. Call 462-7831. 912-462-6303. House for Rent: located in Nahunta. brick home off Mattie Shuman Rd. Johns Realty Hwy 301 (912 462-6633) * C. tell a friend. Dirt for sale 912-223-3056 WE DIG PONDS! Big Bubba’s Trucking & Land Clearing We install septic tanks! Pittman’s Backhoe & Fill Dirt • Landscaping of all kinds and sizes • Bulldozer work• Septic tank • Bushhog • Tilling Days call (912) 458-2223 Home call (912) 458-2362 Cell (912) 282-6375 Call Bob: 912-429-5227 • Plumbing • Electrical • Gutter • Rooﬁng • Decks • Driveway • Ceiling • Mobile Home Repairs Transportation FOR SALE: 1993 Ford Mustang convertible. FOR SALE: Tennant 255II Parking Lot Sweeper. fiberglass boat. No pittbulls! Lot #859. Galvanized Trailer. $12. 14x52. $30. Melissa’s Little Friends Daycare has openings for children of all ages. Maroon with 6 cylinder. FMI call 462-6713. $750. Call 462-6770. $175. For Rent:3 BDRM.9 Johnson motor. Mobile Homes For Rent in Atkinson. For Sale: 3 house on 2. $250 deposit. For sale: 3 pc. Start. For more information call 473-2688. from $8. Located in Atkinson Comm. 161 Mohican Trail.m. For Sale: 24 bulb Tanning Bed $700. or 7 days.m. Call Gene at 282-3363 or Lydia at 4625377 or 282-2576. Good condition. parts. $350. Waynesville Volunteer Fire Dept.R. 4wd. electric start. and misc. 3-wheelers. $1500.20/mo. 1 BA. insurance. den w/fire place. Mobile Homes For Sale or Rent to Own on your land.R. must be able to do basic maintenance for a 41 unit housing complex. No CDL. Call 462-5377. no pets. Our hours ar 9-5 M-F & 9-3 every Saturday.m. Riptide. will tell you up front about any co-pay requirements. Call 288-6092 or 449-5562. 2 ba mobile home on private lot. 20 hours winter. no restrictions. Call 912-449-1148.
At the end of the day. Guest 7-54. Spradley Keep up with the Herons! Can’t get to the game? Go to the Brantley Enterprise Facebook page each Friday for score-by-score updates. PO BOX 454. “Tattnall is a good team that is disciplined and extremely well coached. With multiple injuries and disciplinary issues facing the team.COM SCENES FROM FRIDAY’S GAME AGAINST TATTNALL Photos and collage by Kathy Hendrix INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING TCHS: Davis 23-217. The Warriors will be unable to score several times due to that Brantley County Defense and a great QB sack by #9 Chevi Middleton. After the half.GA to play Pike County High School Lady Pirates to begin the first rounds of State Competition in Region 2AA Softball. that they lost 5-3 late in the game which will place them in the 4th seat in Region 2AA. The Lady Herons rocked their world in game one as they defeated Jeff Davis 2-1. Herons travel to Ludowici. “We knew he was going to be a force to deal with. Brantley would score again after some great first down efforts by #27 Robert Spradley who really stepped up his own game for the Herons on Friday night. they didn’t see that one coming. “ Coach Walker explained. . Kicklighter 3-53. #21 Jamison Williamson made an awesome catch that literally bobbled in and out of his hands in the end zone but had possession when he came back up for another Heron touchdown. Hickox 2-48. Brantley scored early with one yard sneaker by QB Devon Blankenship which got the attention of their opponent who unleashed their #3 Davis who ran for would take three TD’s in the second quarter alone. Overton 11-88.PAGE 10 • THE BRANTLEY ENTERPRISE • OCTOBER 13 2010 Lady Herons advance to state playoff game The Lady Heron softball team will travel today to Zebulon. Janna Mullis and Brooke Floyd HERON NATION By Enterprise sports correspondent Kathy Hendrix Herons battle Warriors hard Brantley County Rec night was a huge success with approximately 200 kids coming our to show their support for the Heron team lined all the way to the thirty yard line. settling for second. But Brantley did manage to melt that big 0 at the end of JD's stats.5 0-0 6-60 BCHS 17 20-74 271 345 18-30-1 2-26. Heron fans are encouraged to continue their support of our “Boys of Fall. NAHUNTA GA 31553 OR SPORTS@BRANTLEYENTERPRISE. Janna Mullis and Brooke Floyd. The Lady Heron softball team is led by 2011 Senior Kelly Harris. This would put Brantley trailing 21-7 at the half.0 1-1 1-15 Sports BRANTLEY COUNTY SEND ITEMS TO SPORTS. Brantley hosted one of the Sub Region play off games last week and had to face undefeated (in the region) Jeff Davis.BrantleyBlueand Gold or the online Brantley Enterprise .” First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Total yards Comp-Att-Int Punts-Avg Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards TCHS 17 41-359 80 439 5-8-0 2-41. Not to be out done in their number one seat. Seniors Kelly Harris. Georgia this week to face the Long County Tide. “ was the comment of Head Coach Mark Walker. Jeff Davis would retain their first seat with Appling. Hickox and #5 EJ Thomas would made some impressive catches as well for the night but that Tattnall defense defended that end zone when they learned of how quickly BC could drive in. they knew it was going to be a long hard battle with the Warriors of Tattnall County . Vidalia edging by Brantley to hold the third spot and Brantley would round it out in fourth. as updates will be posted through the State Play Off games. You can keep up with the Lady Herons online at www. . Thomas 5-75. On Saturday morning they traveled to Vidalia to play a tournament top determine placement going into state. they cam back to defeat the lady Herons 5-3 and 7-1. RECEIVING TCHS: BCHS: 2-18. PASSING TCHS: Davis BCHS:Blankenship 4-7-0 80. Williams 7-107. Lucas 2-6. BCHS: Blankenship10-35. Stay in the know. Stoutamire 2-27. 18-30-1 271. Spradley 8-33. Another score would be be a QB keeper and a second score by Blankenship with a failed PAT giving the Herons 13 total. They are athletic and I felt like we played some good football with them. New kicker Lennard would attempt a 34 yard field goal that would be tipped by a Warrior player and end that scoring possibility #11 Dylan . with some creative strategy it would be #15 Garrick Jackson stepping up in the third to catch a 14 yard pass and into the Heron green.
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