2010-12-22 / School & Sports

Seminole Ramlins

December 16th was the anniversary of the Battle of the Bulge, we had 3 men in that battle and all of them came home.

We note with great interest that the Bald Eagle has been taken off the endangered species list and this year marked the greatest migration of Bald Eagles ever recorded since the observation records were started.

We had a wonderful weekend in spite of the rain at the Native American gathering. The greatest group of Drums and Dancers I’ve ever seen togather in this area. Some of the most beautiful dresses, jackets, jewelry. Once lady sed she took care of near all her Christmas shopping at the gathering. Again we would like to thank Wal- Mart and the other sponsors for thier help.

Fishen for Crappie has been very good for the deep water fishermen. The Hi- Teck Redneck and crew had 58 keepers at 10 to 20 feet deep in the run of Flint River. That’s whats been going on up at Faceville Landing, deep water fishen.

Kevin Oleen of Fort Walton Beach, FL, and Al Fichtel of Bainbridge with their winning catch in the Hydrilla Gnat’s Pow Wow Tournament on Saterday. Kevin Oleen of Fort Walton Beach, FL, and Al Fichtel of Bainbridge with their winning catch in the Hydrilla Gnat’s Pow Wow Tournament on Saterday. Bass Fishen on Saterday the 18th was very good for some and not so good for others. The Hydrilla Gnat’s Tournament went like this: 1st Place went to Kevin Oleen and Al Fichtel with 12 lbs. and Big Fish at 6 lbs., 2nd Place went to Eddie Ditto and Steve Bushore.

This Scribler leaves with this in mind, a cable news company in Washington reported 2 Brazilians were down in South America, one of the many aides in Washington grabbed a computer and sed we know all about Trilions but ain’t never heard of Brazilians!

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