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THE FLORALA NEWS- WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2017 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2017" PAGE 7 The Florala News POUCIES: The publishers are nat responsible for any advertisement appearing in this newspaper. All edverlising will be the sole responsibility of the advertiser. We reserve the right to classify ads under their proper heading and to refuse, reject or cancel any advertisement at any time, when deemed necessary. ERRORS: Check your ad the day it is published for any en'ors. We will be happy to correct your ad if we are at foulL DEADUNE:All copy for advertisements must in our office by 4:00 pm on Monday for that week's edition. RATES: $3.00 for fimt 15 words, 15 per werd thereafter. EDMONDSON FARMS: Sweet 'pota- toes, onions, boiled and green peanuts, scupper- nongs, tomatoes, honey. 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday Saturday. 334-858- 3679. 8-17-tfc APPLIANCES FOR SALE: good condition. 850-652-4019, 850-902- 1264. 6-26-t~ HILLTOP TERRACE APARTMENTS, 600 N. 4th Street, Florala. 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Catering available. Flo- rala Historical Society. For more information call Linda Russell, 858- 3324. 3-21-tfc HUGE YARD SALE: Saturday, October 7, 2017. 532 Gum Street, Florala, AL. 8:00 until (no early birds please). Women's clothing, men's clothing, health and beauty aides, cleaning, and household items! Something for every- one! 10"4-1tp FULL time receptionist needed ~r doctor's o~ fice, 334-428-3185. 9-20-t~ FLORALA HEALTH & REHABILITATION, LLC. LPN. 10 PM - 6 AM. Part-time. JOIN OUR FAMILY OR CAR- INGTEAMMEMBERS. Contacte: Crystal Bras- well, Florala Health & Rehabilitation, 23621 Goldenrod Avenue, Flu- rala, AL 36442. Phone: 334-858-8585, fax: 334- 858-8586. EOE. 9-27- 2tc YARD SALE: Oct. 7th Sat. Everything must go! Clothing $1.00- $3.00.52 Blackberry St, offAdams St. in Paxton. Cancel if rain. 10-4-1tp NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given that the contents of Unit #49 occupied by Sharon Cooper; Unit #123, occu- pied by Loretta Sasser; Unit #126 occupied by Ronnie ................................. Williams; Unit #130, occu- YARD SALE: Furni- ture, crystal, antiques, baby stuff, seats, rugs, misc. 1 block 4 way 331. 10-4- ltp pied by Jeffrey Wright; Unit #139 occupied by Jessica Reed; will be sold or other- wise disposed of October 16, 2017. ECONO-STOR-IT MINI WAREHOUSES, LLC FLORAl_A, AL 36442 2tc: 10-4,11 Clean out your closets and sell your unwanted, unused stuff with a classified ad and turn your trash into treasure! STEVEN HARRELL CONSTRUCTION/ REMODELING LLC. Licensed and insured. Cell 850-307-4225. When integrity means everything. 8-2-tfc ................................. CASSIDY HEATING & COOLING. Installa- tion, Service & Repairs. Licensed & Bonded. Cell SERVICES DONATE YOUR car to charity. Receive maxi- mum value of write off for your taxes. Running or not! All conditions ac- cepted. Free pickup. Call for details. 1-844-810- Florala Pharmacy A C o/er$ ............. Tun, , 33q -858"-329~' " A abama ls 334-858-3342 (ph) 334-858-3786 (fax) e-mail: 1155 Fifth Street, Florala, AL 36442 ( the Covington County Jail. The first was a 48 bed work release dorm which opened in April 2007. The other was a 36 bed female addition which opened in Sep- tember 2016. These two additions have dramat- ically reduced jail over- crowding. Additional security measures, pol- icy changes and officers training have also led to a more safe and secure Covington County Jail. Through 2006 there was only one officer working as security at the courthouse. After taking office in 2007, two additional officers were put in place at the courthouse to be in at- tendance during court- room proceedings and to provide more security for the employees who work in the courthouse and the citizens who come to do business at the courthouse. The Sheriff's office has three school re- source officers (SRO) that teach the Drug Abuse Resistance Edu- cation (DARE) pro- gram to all fifth grade students in Coving- ton County. Each year there are around 500 students that graduate this program. Since taking office in 2007, through differ- FROM FRONT ent grants and working with the federal govern- ment's 1033 LESO pro- gram, the sheriff's of- fice has received almost $1,000,000.00 in grants and equipment. Sheriff Meeks is a former member of the Legislative Committee with the Sheriff's As- sociation, former Chair- man District 7 Direc- tor with the Alabama Sheriff's Association, served as Sergeant at Arms, Chaplain and currently serving as Secretary/Treasurer of the Alabama Sheriff's Association, Executive Committee member with the Boys and Girls Ranches of Alabama, Chairman of the 22rid. Judicial Drug Task Force and a member of the Covington County E-911 board. "It is my privilege and honor to serve the citizens of Covington County as your sheriff. I am asking that you let me continue to serve and work for .you, con- tinuing to improve the sheriff's office and mak- ing it one the citizens of this great county can be proud of," concluded Meeks. Sheriff Meeks will be making a bid for his fourth term as Sheriff in November 2018. the project was funded. One of the things that committee did was de- velop a mission state- ment for the Court. That mission statement is as follows: In recognition of the sacrifices of our veter- ans, who may now suf- fer invisible wounds as a result of their service to our country, it is the mission of the 22nd Ju- dicial Circuit Veterans Treatment Court to enhance public safety through a unified effort of the court system, the Veterans Administra- tion and community treatment providers for the purpose of promot- ing the common good and improving the qual- ity of life for our veter- ans and their families. Merrell and Short, along with Opp attor- ney David Baker, Drug Court Coordinator Sa- brina Cobb and Men- tal Health professional Amanda Sanders, trav- eled to Buffalo, NY and visited with Judge Rob- ert T. Russell, Jr., who created the first Veter- ans Court in the coun- try. "We explored every aspect of their Court and learned all of its intricate details," Short noted, "their method has proven highly suc- cessful, and we intend to replicate it here as much as possible." Merrell said he found strong support for this project wherever he needed it. "Opp Mayor Becky Bracke has been a vital part of this pro- cess. She has been an FROM FRONT ardent supporter of our efforts and she has been instrumental in her role." To that end, Bracke added her ex- citement, "This will be a real benefit for vet- erans and the partner- ship with Opp AMVETS Post 23 will be especial- ly beneficial for the City of Oi~p. I am so.thankful that we could all come together to try to help these men and women, and I am especially thankful for the gener- ous spirit of Opp AM- VETS Post 23." Short mirrored Merrell's re- marks about commu- nity support, adding that, '~Veterans Service Officer Brian Foshee is also committed to this project and has agreed to serve as our Mentor Coordinator." Merrell and Short ex- pressed their apprecia- tion for the work of all of the committee members who invested so heavily to get to this point. Spe- cifically though, Mer- rell noted that they "are especially appreciative of Sabrina Cobb forher diligence in preparing the grant application. One of our grant re- viewers remarked that it was one of the best grant proposals he had ever read. We are fortu- nate to have her on this project." Anyone interested in serving, or for more details, can contact the District Attorney's Of- fice at 222-2513 or stop by the Opp AMVETS Post 23.