Wakulla County Historical Society

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Archive for the month “December, 2012”

Winner of Fran Mathis’ 1980’s Ink Drawing

Louise Smith of Woodville was the winner of Fran Mathis’ 1980s ink drawing of a Seinyard fisherman.  The prize was awarded during the Fourth Annual Open House for Christmas at the Wakulla County Historical Society Museum & Archives.  Carolyn Harvey presented the drawing to Smith on December 14 at the Museum.

 

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Honorable Judge James E. Joanos To Speak In January

Wakulla County Historical Society LogoThe Wakulla County Historical Society’s regular program speaker for its January 8 meeting will be the Honorable Judge James E. Joanos.  Judge Joanos is a former Chief Judge of Florida’s First District Court of Appeal (1991-93), where he served as an appellate judge for 20 years.  Before serving on the appellate court, Judge Joanos was a trial judge on the Second Judicial Circuit of Florida for 29 years.  The Second Circuit is comprised of Franklin, Gadsden, Jefferson, Leon, Liberty, and Wakulla counties.

See article in The Wakulla News and The Tallahassee Democrat by Sandra Vidak our Public Relations Chair

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