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Opinion.....................A2 Way Back When.......A3 Community...............A4 Church......................A6 Faces & Places.........B1Crossword/Sudoku..B4Public Notices...A3, B2-B4In This Issue:Lane and Road Closures Putnam County The following is a list of lane and road closures underway by FDOT that may impact trafc through Friday, February 7. State Road 19: Daytime lane closures from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. from U.S. 17 to Silver Lake Drive for asphalt repair. facebook.com/putnamcountycourierjournal Putnam County If you are having an issue with Social Security, Medicare, Veterans Affairs benets, immigration, the IRS, or any federal agency, a member of Senator Rubios staff will be available to meet with you. Please plan to attend to meet your local staff Wednesday, February 5, from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m., at the Putnam County Administration Building, 2509 Crill Avenue, Palatka, and nd out the services offered by Senator Rubios Ofce offers his constituents. For more information, call 904-398-8586. e Edition e e Weve Gone Digital! Air Potato RodeoRavine Gardens State Park will host the 11th Air Potato Rodeo Saturday, February 8, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Air Potato Rodeo is an annual park beautication day and resource management project held to help control the air potato vine (Dioscorea Bulbifera) that is widespread at Ravine Gardens. Controlling this pest plant is crucial in maintaining the historic beauty of the formal gardens in the park. Air Potato wranglers will assist park staff and volunteers in the collection of the potato-like tubers in efforts to control the sprouting and spread of the vine. Register by visiting www.AirPotatoRodeo.eventbrite. com or by calling the park at 386-329-3721. For more information please contact Lauren Watkins at 386329-3721 or email Lauren.Watkins@dep.state. .us. For more about Ravine Gardens State Park or Florida State Parks visit www.FloridaStateParks.org. Republican Club MeetingThe Phoenix Republican Club will hold their February meeting at Corky Bells at Gator Landing in East Palatka at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, February 11. The featured speaker will be Putnam County Property Appraiser, Tim Parker. He will review the forms needed to apply for the homestead exemption, as well as other exemptions. You may order your meal from the menu, but reservations are urged. For last names beginning with A through J, call Peg Peterson at 386-467-3909. For K through Z, call Rose Mary Kalapp at 386-649-0973. If unsure, please check with Treasurer Martha Adams at the meeting to conrm the status of your dues. Genealogical Society MeetingNot Swiss cheese, Army knives, or bank accounts, but Swiss roots! If you have them, how do you dig them up? Find out at a presentation by Rev. Don Hanna on Researching Swiss Ancestors. The event is hosted by the Putnam County Genealogical Society Thursday, February 6, at 7 p.m., at the Family History Center (1414 Husson Avenue, Palatka). To celebrate Black History month, the Putnam County Library System is hosting a very special event. Derek Hankerson of Freedom Road Trail Productions will be visiting some of the branches and talking about three of Putnam Countys very own citizens who had a hand in the Civil Rights movement. Hankerson is a producer and director for Freedom Road Trail and is involved in the recognition of servant leaders of the Civil Rights movement. He will be visiting the following branches on the following dates: Crescent City: Friday, February 7, 10 a.m. Palatka: Saturday, February 8, 10 a.m. For additional information on these visits, please contact the Putnam County Library Headquarters, 386-329-0126. Cemetery Association MeetingThe Lake Como-Pomona Park Cemetery Associations Annual Meeting will be Monday, February 10, beginning at 4 p.m., at the Lake Como Community Center. If you have plots in the Lake Como-Pomona Park Cemetery, of have family or friends interred there, please attend this meeting. Its YOUR cemetery. If you are interested in supporting the Cemetery Association in the efforts to maintain the cemetery, you are welcome to attend. Honey, grab a jar of dill pickles! Were going to be late for the Pickle-ball game! Im only joking, but that was the first thought that ran through my mind when Bonnie Harrison at the Putnam Family Fitness Center called me up and asked if I would cover this new game being played at their facility. Harrison called me on a Saturday morning, and during our conversation, she ex plained the game to me, and said that they play every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday morning at 9 a.m. sharp. I told her I would be there as we hung up, and Monday morning, I wake up and its flat out cold outside. As Im driving my kids to school, the tem perature reads 34 degrees in my Jeep. I thought there was no way these people are going to be playing Pickle-ball; its too stinking cold outside. I pull into the marina where I live, and low and behold, one of my neighbors, who plays this game, is walking her dog. Good mornings were exchanged and then she said, So I hear youre coming over to cover the Pickle-ball game this morning! My initial thought was, Are you guys nuts, its 34 degrees out here! which is also what slipped out of my mouth. Mikie just laughed and I said, Ill see you there. When I pulled up at the tennis courts, behind the fire station in Pomona Park, I was expecting to see no one, but to my surprise, there were nine people out on the court, laughing and having a blast. Ive played sports all my life and have never heard of Pickle-ball. I was quite surprised to find out that it wasnt a new sport, but in fact had been around since 1965, when it was created on Bainbridge Is land, which is a short ferryboat ride from Seattle, Washington. The original purpose of the game was to provide a sport for the entire family, according to the co-inven tors, U.S. Congressman Joel Pritchard, William Bell, and Barney McCallum. In the beginning, it was played in back yards on a hard surface, in drive ways, and dead end streets. However, since the 70s, it is played in rec reational facilities, health clubs, and corporate fitness centers, and now at the Center. So what is Pickle-ball and how is it played? Well Im still a little confused on that part, but let me try to explain. Pickle-ball is played with a whiffle ball and a paddle. It is played on a tennis court with a net, but the boundaries are smaller. The paddle is similar to a ping pong paddle, but much larger. The game is played like tennis and ping pong at the same time. It is played much slower than either of these two sports, but unlike tennis and ping pong, the whiffle ball can go in any direc tion; you definitely need skill to control the ball. If you are looking for a sport that is just flat out fun, with a slower pace, then you might want to call the Center at 386649-8784 for more details. Or just show up at the ten nis courts behind the fire station in Pomona Park. Im sure they will let you play and even use a paddle. This is a great way to get in shape and have some fun.Travis RobertsStaff Writer What is Pickle-Ball? Photo by Travis Roberts Pickle-ball players from the Putnam Family Fitness Center meet every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday morning in Pomona Park for a fun workout. Frost Protection in FloridaIts no secret that we have been experiencing some colder than wel comed temperatures in Putnam County these first weeks of the New Year. While most of us are concerned about bundling up and finding the near est cup of hot chocolate, there are some whose full attention is focused on protecting the plants and trees that have no choice but to face the elements. With over 68 million cit rus trees and over 140 species of fern in Florida, theres a lot of maintenance and protection occurring all over the state to make sure none are lost with the presence of winter weather. During the month of January, Putnam Coun tians experienced tem peratures that most would consider freezing during the evening hours, when in reality, the county averaged 44.5 degrees as a low. With the occurrence of multiple cold fronts barreling through, citrus farmers and fern growers were on high alert during the entire month. Winter weather and freeze warning advisories were announced a handful of times for Putnam and the surrounding counties. When these advisories are announced, local farmers and growers must prepare their crop and prevent go ing through a hard freeze. On nights when there is the potential for a hard freeze, most Florida citrus farmers and fern growers depend on a microsprinkler system to protect their crop. These systems are designed to provide water to the entire block or grove at one time. Far mers will turn the system on when the air temperature is at 36 degrees. The sprinklers must be turned on before the temperature reaches 32 degrees because the sprayers can freeze up, resulting in the entire sys tem failing to protect. F armers keep their sprinkler running all throughout the night. Once the wet bulb temperature the temperature at which water, by evaporating into air can bring the air to saturation at the same temperature reaches 33 degrees, the system can be turned off with the confidence that the crops have been pro tected. The microsprinkler system can also be safely shut off if the air temperature has risen to between 40 and 45 degrees. Here in Putnam County, the low temperatures r eached below freezing a number of times, and many of these nights occurred consecutively. When these consecutive freezes occur, and if daytime temperatures do not reach above 40 degrees, farmers and growers must keep their systems running non-stop. The main concern with running the sprinkler for that long is water conservation. For those farmers who take that into consideration, systems can be shut off when the air temperature is slightly below 40 de grees, given there is not a severe wind. Unfortunately, shutting off the system when the temperature has not reached 40 degrees increases the risk of dam age from a freeze. This method is effec tive in protecting Florida citrus and ferns because most well water in the state is around 68 and 70 degrees. A small amount of sensible heat is provid ed to the crops when the temperatures drop below 32 degrees. Water is able to store a fair amount of heat due to having a high heat capacity. Anyone who has ever gone to the beach at night knows this to be true. The water is al ways significantly warmer than the sand at night. It takes longer for heat to diminish from water. Also, depending on the dew point, these sprinkler systems, on a calm night, can create a fog. Fog, giv en that it is dense enough and the water droplets are the proper size, acts like a blanket, thus slowing the rate of cooling. For those Floridians who do not have such a large crop to worry about, but rather have a few plants around their prop erty, there are very simple steps that can be taken to protect those plants from the frost. The simplest step is to bring any potted plants indoors for the night. For those plants that are root ed in the ground, some preventative measures are to apply a layer of mulch. The mulch acts as an insulator, trapping heat and moisture in the soil. Another solution is to cover your outdoor plants with something as sim ple as an old blanket. Be sure to remove the blanket in the daytime so the plant can receive sunlight and air. Finally, just like those who attend to large fields of crops, water your plants. The water will trap the heat, keeping your plant protected in below freezing temperatures.Sami MarshallCopy Editor Photo by Ashley Sheppard This picture was taken at an orange grove in Pomona Park Tuesday, January 27, at 6 p.m. The sun had shone on this grove all day, yet icicles still formed very early in the evening.
A2 Government Watch A Lake Street Publishing Company Newspaper POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To Putnam County Courier Journal 330 N. Summit Street Crescent City, FL 32112USPS No. 451-140 2014 Lake Street Publishing Co. Published Every Wednesday by Lake Street Publishing Company, Inc. Periodicals Postage Paid at Crescent City, Florida.E-Mail: News Items: firstname.lastname@example.org Legals: email@example.com Classified Ads: firstname.lastname@example.org Display Ads: email@example.com Juliette Laurie Publisher / Editor Sami Marshall Copy Editor / Production Tera Millard Front Desk / Classified Ads Patrick Freeman Distribution One Year Florida Subscription $24 (incl. tax)One Year Out-Of-State $28 Office Hours: 9 am to 5 pm Monday through FridayAdvertising Deadline 5 pm Friday Classified Deadline 10 am Monday Editorial Deadline Noon FridayContact Us:Phone: 386-698-1644 Fax: 386-698-1994 The Putnam County Courier Journal welcomes your letters to the Editor. 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Putnam CountyOPINION City of Crescent CityCity Commission Meeting, February 13, 7 p.m.City Hall, 3 North Summit Street. 386-698-2525. www.CrescentCity-FL.com Town Council of WelakaCode Enforcement, February 11, 5 p.m. Zoning Board, February 11, 5:30 p.m.Town Council Meeting, February 11, 6:30 p.m.Town Hall, Fourth Ave. 386-467-9800.JJones@Welaka-FL.gov, www.Welaka-FL.govTown Council of Pomona Park Beautification Committee Meeting, February 10, 5:30 p.m.Recreation Committee Meeting, February 11, 5:40 p.m.Town Council Meeting, February 11, 6 p.m.Town Hall Council Chambers, 1775 US Hwy 17 S.TownClerk@PomonaPark.com 386-649-4902 www.PomonaPark.comPutnam County Board of County CommissionersNext Meeting, February 11, 9 a.m. Meets second and fourth Tuesday in the Commission chambers, 2509 Crill Ave, Suite 100, Palatka. 386-329-0205, www.Putnam-FL.com Putnam County School Board Next Meeting, February 18, 3:30 p.m. Meets the first and third Tuesday in the school board meeting room, Campbell Administration Building, 200 S. Seventh St., Palatka. 386-329-0545. www.PutnamSchools.org DISCLAIMER: Views expressed on this page do not necessarily reflect the editorial position of the Putnam County Courier Journal or its advertisers. The Putnam County Courier Journal does not knowingly publish false information and may not be held liable for the views of readers exercising their right to free expression.Local crime hot spots will be listed here weekly. This weeks hot spots are: Main Street East Grand Rondo If you witness any criminal activity in this area, you are asked to leave a recorded message with the Crescent City Police Department Hot Tip Line by calling 386-698-3478. As always, in any emergency situation you are asked to call 911. To contact the Crescent City Police Department directly, call 386-698-1211.Crescent City Police Department Needs Your Help Now Accepts Daris Howard Facebook ChatRibs. Ruth Noble Crescent City We asked our Facebook friends: What is your goto party snack?Sausage dip made by Linsa Cain! Yummy!Kasey Johns East Palatka Crawfish. Winston Miller Crescent City Buffalo chicken dip. Liz Haynes Seville I dont know if anyone ever sees anything fun in want-ad type postings, but sometimes the personality of the person doing the posting really shows through. Between that, and the fact that sometimes the post probably doesnt come out quite like the person intended, the humor in them can brighten my day. I like to collect the ones that make me smile, and I thought Id share some of them with you. On Craigs List: Wedding table cameras. Purchased off tietheknot. com for $4.99 each, then husband forgot to bring them on our wedding day!!!! (Its still a touchy subject!) Still in the plastic, contains 400-speed film and a small tent-style instruction card. I would like these gone so I can get on with my marriage and not have to see them unused anymore. On Craigs List: Cow named Bessy. Would like to trade for cow of no name. Is full grown. Was grain fed and raised for meat, but made the mistake of naming her at the time we fed her as a calf from a bottle. If you have a similar cow to trade, will trade straight across. On freecycle: Our puppy died, giving away the bones. On freecycle: Free, talking doll. Freaks me out seriously. I cant take it in my house anymore, and I can fully blame my father and the science fiction channel. It plays peekaboo and my toddler loves it, but I cant keep it, seriously. I keep expecting it to look at me and say, Im talking, Jane. Please email for address. On freecycle: Free hen. Her companion hen is gone and she is depressed. She needs to be with other hens! I will not give her to someone who doesnt already have some! She is super sweet and amazingly tame because we raised her from like a week old. She is laying even in winter because we have had a heat lamp on her (but the heat lamp we are not giving away). You will need your own cage, however. We are keeping ours. I repeat, you cannot have our cage. ( I say this because people have stolen things I said were not up for grabs before.) We have a large feeder and a large waterer and a huge barely broken into bag of scratch for her, (but she likes the other feed better). Please call me to set up a time and get our address. Thanks. I am emotionally attached, so do not respond if you are wanting to kill her!!! I want her to go to a good home, maybe with kids who can love her, and I dont mean in a stew. A second posting on freecycle: To the Lady who got my Hen: Her long lost friend finally returned home. If you would like her as well, please call me. On Craigs List: Its a long shot but Im looking for the person who bought a pair of brown, felt sole wading boots from a thrift store in Idaho Falls. There were two pair of the same kind and I believe that you mismatched them and have two different sizes (as I do now). LOL Let me know and we can swap them out. On freecyle: Free, one night stand. Beautiful and in good shape. Well built with nice, smooth curves. Beautiful drawers. Not too old. Slim and light tan/blonde, though slightly greying from being in sunlight. Legs are beautiful, and top is, too. To reply, please call... A second posting on freecycle: All right, for all of you clueless idiots. A night stand is a little piece of furniture that goes by your bed, and I happen to have one of them. And it is in good shape, and well built. If you arent interested in furniture, dont call me!Ad PostingsRonnie Vaughn was born May 1, 1947, in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Growing up, he had great appreciation for the YMCA, as it gave him a place to go and be involved in its youth sports programs while having two working parents. After high school, he joined the Army. He served two terms in the Vietnam War, where he worked on helicopters. He received two Purple Hearts, amongst many other medals. One hot night in Vietnam, he went to the barrack tents and noticed quite a few people were not in there. After realizing it was too hot in there to sleep, he joined the others outside. After setting up his bed, the tents were all bombed by the Vietnamese, leaving no survivors, except for Ronnie. It was apparent that God had other plans for this man. After the Army, he went to work for GTE Residing in St. Petersburg. He began his first volunteer job coaching baseball, his favorite sport. He coached boys ages 14 to 15, beginning in 1968. He married his wife Darlene in 1970. He continued coaching until 1974. While coaching, his first daughter was born, and shortly after retiring his position, came the birth of his second daughter. In 1982, the family moved to Putnam County, and the following year, he started coaching. This time he began coaching his daughters teams, and continued to volunteer and coach all his grandchildren as well, for the next 30 years. He coached not only baseball, but soccer, football, basketball, and tennis as well. He volunteered for Babe Ruth, Pop Warner, Little League, and the Crescent City High School teams. Other than coaching, he umpired and refereed, without pay, all over the state. He was diagnosed with cancer in 1997. Once again, it was apparent that God had more plans for Ronnie. After fighting, and beating, this horrible disease, he knew he had a purpose and obligation to this lifetime. In addition to his dedication to his family and other sports programs, he volunteered and headed up all the sports you or your kids may have played for at the Crescent City YMCA. He felt the YMCA gave so much to him as a child that he wanted to give back. He was just as dedicated to the children. As his daughter, growing up in my home, we were taught no prejudices, as we always had a variety of different races and nationalities at our dinner table. The kids that needed rides to practices and games were always given a home-cooked meal before we left. Although he had a strong faith growing up as the grandson of a pastor, he did not care for attending services Sunday mornings. That was until he joined the South Putnam Church over nine years ago. After becoming a member, he preached the first five minutes of the service, giving weekly turning points and scripture. He was, once again, diagnosed with cancer in 2012. He fought strong for 13 months, until the Lord decided he had better plans for this man. He has done such an incredible job on earth, and although the story doesnt go on to say what these great plans are, I cant wait to find out part two of why the Lord took my father. I know they have to be great. There is no great adjective that does not describe Ronnie Vaughn, as he was truly the best husband, father, and man who has touched so many lives. You will continue to be loved and missed by all the lives you have impacted. I love you Daddy. Services will be held Saturday, February 8, at 12 p.m. at the South Putnam Church. He Served God, His Family, His Country, and CommunityValarie Brown Daughter of Ronnie Vaughn Chicken wings. Susan Rions-Mills Deleon Springs According to the National Chicken Council estimates that Americans will eat 1.23 billion chicken wings on Super Bowl Sunday. Thats enough to fill a football field 1,083,333 times, assuming chicken wings are three inches long on average.
A3 OUR TO WN Years Ago...75 years agoFebruary 8, 1989 Group Says Rezoning May Cause A Problem A regional planning groups report on a possible commercial rezoning in Crescent City appears to raise doubts about the action while not recommend ing either approval or disapproval. Crescent Citys City Commission last month referred a question over rezoning a 30-acre parcel along CR308 from residential to commercial. In letters received from the Northeast Florida Regional Planning Council, they noted that the proposed rezoning would create an isolated industrial zone unrelated to the surrounding area and increased traffic would adversely affect the nearby school and res idential houses.25 years agoFebruary 3, 1939 Sewing Room Plans About Complete Mabel Coughlin, County Supervisor for Womens Work for Putnam, was here yesterday afternoon and made further plans for opening the WPA sewing room for Crescent City and the vicinity. County Commissioners, some weeks ago, provided funds making $20 monthly available for buying some materials, a sewing machine and other items will be donated by local people to help provide employment for local women on the list to work. February 6, 1964 New Post Office Building Opened For Business Crescent Citys new post office building was open for business on Monday morning of this week, the move being made from the Warner building on Central Avenue over the weekend. A spacious lobby houses the post office boxes, while just off the lobby at the left is the room with the counter for stamp and money order sales and other postal services. Dedication services will be held at a later date even though the building is already in use.50 years ago 10 years agoFebruary 4, 2004 Sprague House In The Hands Of Locals As of Monday, February 2, it was evident that the Sprague House had been sold. Workers were busy clearing over grown vegetation and brush, and new owners Jeff Watters and Tim Asher were busy painting and cleaning out the interior of the former inn and restaurant. The plan is to make the Sprague House into a bed and breakfast, and have living quarters as well. They have decided to leave the restaurant as a memory and only serve breakfast. They hope to have the Sprague House Bed and Breakfast open with the next six months. The landmark was built in 1892 and received the name Sprague in honor of Crescent Citys first mayor, G.F. Sprague. Compiled from the Crescent City News, Crescent City Journal, Crescent City Courier Journal, Putnam County Courier Journal and other local news sources. 5 years agoFebruary 4, 2009 Rotary Awards Paul Harris Fellow Last week, Crescent City Rotarian Patty Boyd, was presented with a Paul Harris Fellow. Individuals may be recognized as Paul Harris Fellows for donations of $1,000 or more to the Annual Programs Fund, PolioPlus, or the Humanitarian Grants Program, or people who have had that amount contributed in their name. Boyd was recognized for the community service she has performed in the name of Rotary. Way Back When...The following article appeared in the February 4, 1960, issue of the Crescent City Journal. Good Things Happen When You Give Good things happen when you give. This is the slogan for the annual Red Cross fund raising drive. Col. Noble M. Coe, chairman of the Crescent City Chapter of American Red Cross, has announced that the local chapter will ask citizens for their help Sunday, March 20. A house-to-house canvas will be directed by Dave Austin, fund raising chairman. The objective of the annual Red Cross campaign is to obtain public support through contribution of funds needed to carry out the organizations work and the time and talent from volunteers, the keystone of all Red Cross programs. According to Stanley Warner, treasurer of the Crescent City Chapter, the goal this year will be $1,500. Half of the money collected will be used by the National Organization. The other half will remain here in Crescent City. Some of the benets which this community receives directly include: 1. A free rst aid class, conducted by Arthur Slate, science teacher of Crescent City High School. 2. A home service division headed by Carlos Preston, which takes care of wires for service leaves, condition reports of service men, grants of food for the needy and medical aid. 3. A blood bank, with Ruth Hay in charge. 4. A loan closet, which helped 32 families in this area last year. Addie Ryan is in charge. 5. Disaster relief, with Aldrich Peeples in charge. 6. 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Here are just some of the benefits to advertisers: 2014-15 PUTNAM COUNTY VISITORS AND NEWCOMERS GUIDE 2006 Visitors and Newcomers Guide 2006 2006 2006 2006 for Putnam County Published by the Courier Journal 2 0 0 8 2 2 2 2 2 2 8 8 8 2 0 0 8 Visitors and Newcomers Guide Visitors and Newcomers Guide Visitors and Newcomers Guide Visitors and Newcomers Guide Visitors and Newcomers Guide Visitors and Newcomers Guide Visitors and Newcomers Guide for Putnam County for Putnam County for Putnam County for Putnam County for Putnam County for Putnam County for Putnam County Visitors and Newcomers Guide Visitors and Newcomers Guide Visitors and Newcomers Guide Visitors and Newcomers Guide for Putnam County 2 00 9 PUTNAM COUNTY V ISITORS G UIDE Courier Journal G UIDE V isitors and N ewcomers for P utnam C ounty 2010-11Published by the Courier Journal Publication Date 8 Published by the Courier Journal Published by the Courier Journal Legal Notices Legal Notices Legal Notices Legal Notices Legal Notices Legal Notices Legal NoticesLEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that CULLEN STEVEN the holder of number and year of issuance, the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: Year of Issuance 2011 Description of Property: P 1811 Name in which assessed DELLINGER LENA M HEIRS OF C/O Glen W Dellinger. All of said property being in the County of Putnam, State of Florida. cates shall be redeemed according to law the property described in be sold to the highest bidder in the Sixth Street, Palatka, Florida, on the A.M. (SEAL) TIM SMITH CLERK, CIRCUIT COURT PUTNAM COUNTY, FLORIDA By: /s/ Donna Wheeler Deputy Clerk taxdeeds/list.html LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR PUTNAM COUNTY MATTHEW A. DAVIS and KRISTEN L. DAVIS NOTICE OF ACTION TO: KRISTEN L. DAVIS Unknown You are hereby notified that a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer on the Petitioner acting Pro Se. You are to file the original Answer in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Family Division on or before fail to do so, a Judgment by Default may be taken against you. Dated this 31st day of JANUARY, Petitioner: MATTHEW A. DAVIS CRESCENT CITY, FL 32112 TIM SMITH CLERK OF COURTS /s/ TABATHA M. EASTHAM Deputy Clerk LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR PUTNAM COUNTY PROBATE DIVISION IN RE: The Estate of DAVID LEE WARD a/k/a DAVID L. WARD a/k/a DAVID WARD a/k/a DAVIE WARD, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the Estate of DAVID LEE WARD a/k/a DAVID L. WARD a/k/a DAVID WARD a/k/a DAVIE WARD, deceased, whose date of death was December 15, 2013, is pending in the Circuit Court of Putnam County, Florida, Probate address of which is Putnam County Personal Representative and the Personal Representatives attorney are set forth below. ALL creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims, or demands against the estate, including unmatured, contingent or unliquidated claims, on whom a copy of this notice is served must file their claim with this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate, including unmatured, contingent or unliquidated claims, must file their claims with this Court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this Personal Representative: /s/ LISA JONES 125 Uselma Avenue /s/ JAY D. ASBURY Attorney for Personal Representative Crescent City, FL 32112 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR PUTNAM COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION Division 53 IN RE: ESTATE OF Dorothy A. Sapp, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of Dorothy A. Sapp, deceased, whose ing in the Circuit Court for Putnam County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is: Putnam The names and addresses of the Personal Representative and that Personal Representatives attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this Personal Representative: /s/ SHANNON SAPP FOSTER Jacksonville, Florida 32225Attorney for Personal Representative:/s/ John D. Mussoline LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN AND FOR PUTNAM COUNTY, FLORIDA DIVISION: 53 WILLIAM M. WOLFE, III, and CHRISTI W. WOLFE, Plaintiffs, vs. ADDIE CROSBY CLARK and JOHN A. CROSBY, and if deceased then against the respective unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees, creditors, lienors, trustee, and all other persons claiming, by, through, under or against the named Defendants, Defendants. NOTICE OF ACTION TO: Addie Crosby Clark and John A. Crosby, and if deceased then against the respective unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees, creditors, lienors, trustee, and all other persons claiming, by, through, under or against the named Defendants: YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a suit to reform a deed to the following property in Putnam County, Florida: Begin at a point by an iron rod of the ground near the residence of Benjamin S. Crosby and Martha W. Crosby, his wife, in 1893; thence to the center of the public road (at said San Mateo) leading from the river; thence along the center of chains to a point (said point forming the Northeasterly corner of that certo deed recorded in Deed Book 25, chains to the place of beginning, containing 1.22 acres, more or less. Also described as part of Wiggins Grant Deed Book 190, page 30, has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on John D. Mussoline, Plaintiffs St. Johns Avenue, Palatka, Floribellsouth.net) on or before March the clerk of this court either before service on Plaintiffs attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint or petition. Persons with disabilities requesting reasonable accommodations to participate in this proceeding should contact 1-800-955-8771 (Voice & TDD) or via Florida Relay Service at 1-800955-8771. WITNESS my hand and the seal of (SEAL) TIM SMITH CLERK OF THE COURT By: /s/ Lee Veronica Reyes DEPUTY CLERK NOTICE: CHANGES AT THE CRESCENT CITY COUNSELING CENTER The Crescent City Counseling Center at 419 North Prospect Street, Crescent City, Florida 32112 is reducing days and times of counseling availability due to semi-retirement. In compliance with FS-491.0148, records over 7 years old will be commercially destroyed by March 31, want records transferred to another provider prior to that time. A signed release is required. by prior appointment only. Insurance is still accepted for MEDICARE AND EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS FOR: AETNA, CIGNA, MAGELLAN, NEW DIRECTIONS (BCBSF) AND WARREN-SHEPELL Most other insurances will provide authorization on a single-request basis. Call the carriers customer service line on the back of your insurance card. 2122 about privately paid therapy sessions or other information.
Happy Birthday Wes I spent a few days in Oak Hill with my sister, Lou, recently. We helped her son, Wes Hutchinson, and wife, Sue, celebrate his birthday week. There was a get together with friends, Dean, Ruth and Charlie, Mike, Penny, and daughter, at Outback. There was also another dinner at home with his favorite, coconut cake, as well as an ofcial celebration with his children on his actual birthday. We hope you have many more birthdays, Wes! Lou, Sue, and I went to the retirement party for good friend, Linda, at the Oak Hill Library also. Lous greatgranddaughter, Cindy, was collecting money for the Heart Fund in honor of Lou, who has heart problems. Cindy had collected over $30, and has more time to go. Way to go Cindy! Svingalas Host Another Student Joe and Joyce Svingala have welcomed another foreign exchange student into their home. Luiza, from Brazil, joins Kat, from Taiwan. Neighborhood Watch The next Pomona Park Neighborhood Watch Program will be Thursday, February 13, at 5:30 p.m. Two workers from the Garden Department at Home Depot will be the guest speakers. They will be explaining the best plants to be used in our area. Bring a covered dish and join your neighbors. Cemetery Clean-Up A group of men from the area had a clean-up day at the Lake Como/ Pomona Park cemetery. Trees were cut down or trimmed, grass mowed, and trash moved out. Bernie Robinson said it looked great. New Board Members Jan Simpson and Barbara Cunningham were elected as new session members for the Presbyterian Church. Watch for more information on the chili cook off at the church. Also, Kitty Miller asks for plastic bags for the Christian Service Center. If the Center is closed, you can put them in the green container in the back. Lake Como Booster Club The meeting of the Lake Como Booster Club took place at the Community Center, Thursday, January 23, at 6 p.m. After a covered dish dinner, representatives from the Putnam County Fitness Center gave a presentation about some of the activities and programs. Silver Sneakers exercise instructors Elaine Mowrey and Linda McDonald gave the demonstration. Accompanying the instructors were June Dryburg and Dr. Bill Lockhart. President Jeanne Shockley said everyone seemed to enjoy the program. The program for next month will be held Thursday, February 13, at 6 p.m., with dinner and a musical program by the Rhodes Band. There also may be a surprise for one of the members. Sleeping Bags for Homeless The Lake Como Ladies will be making sleeping bags for the homeless. I will nd out what supplies they need and put the information in this column next week. Happy Birthday Doris A group of friends helped Doris Robinson celebrate her 80-something birthday. We wish you many more happy birthdays. Golf Tournament The South Putnam Christian Service Centers 7th annual Golf Tournament was held December 7, at the Palatka Golf Course. Funds generated by these tournaments have been channeled right back into the community to help provide food and other services to our neighbors in need. James, Dean of Modern Woodmen of America, has been very instrumental in directing the Center towards eligibility for receiving matching grants. Dan McNutt, Co-Chairman of the tournament, presented a check for $3,000, from Modern Woodmen of America, to Bob Kuhn, President of SPCSC. On behalf of SPCSC, Kuhn expressed his grateful thanks for their support to this community. Center Clean-Up Early in the New Year, before the South Putnam Christian Service Center opened again to serve the community, several volunteers gathered to use their skills in cleaning up and painting the interior of the Center. The paint was donated, along with cleaning supplies. President Bob Kuhn and Reverend Ralph Young demonstrated their painting abilities, while others were busy cleaning, putting up new blinds, storing away necessary records, and sprucing up the shelves. Everyone enjoyed working together to brighten up the Center, and as always, appreciate the support from the community. Putnam Family Fitness Center News Here are the winners from the 1st Annual Pooch Parade: Virginia Hickeys black and white Boston Terrier won the category of dog looking most like owner. Michelle Hollands Rat Terrier, Stretch, won for best small dog trick. Rus Raths chocolate Lab won best parade obedience. Jason Evans white American Bulldog, Steel, took best large dog tricks. First Coast Cardiovascular Institute and the PFFC is offering an opportunity to hear Dr. Yazan Khatib talk about his practice of cardiology and cardiology intervention at the next Silver Sneakers luncheon Tuesday, February 25, at 11:30 a.m. Dr. Khatib has had 25 years of experience in the eld. He has several offices and hospital afliations in the area, including Palatka. The luncheon titled Lunch and Learn, will be held at the PFFC located at 213 Perry Street in Pomona Park. It is open to all PFFC members, family and friends. Simply bring heart-related questions, a carry-in dish and be prepared to eat and learn. There will be a twohour seminar for smoking cessation held Wednesday, February 26, at 11:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. The program is being sponsored by Suwannee River AHEC and the Florida Department of Health. The program covers all forms of tobacco. Free Nicotine patches, gum or lozenges will be giving to participants at no charge, amounting to approximately $100, while supplies last. There will be light refreshments served. The program is open to all tobacco users and you do not have to be a member of the gym to attend the seminar. There will be no childcare, so please make arrangements for your children before you come. COMMUNITYBirthday Wishes, New Board Members Elected, and Service Center Clean Up Beth Carter email@example.comWes Hutchinson, center, celebrates his birthday with Lou, wife Sue, Dean and Ruth. A4 Lou Hutchinsons great-granddaughter shows off what she has collected for the Heart Fund. Elaine Mowrey, Putnam Family Fitness Center Silver Sneakers instructor, gave a demonstration at the most recent Lake Como Booster Club meeting. Dan McNutt presented Bob Kuhn a check from the Modern Woodman of America for the South Putnam Christian Service Center. TWICE.LOOKYou could save a life. rf ntbt btbn tn tb tbb tnt ftt t Laura L Turner 386.325.0100 Merrill-Hancock & Turner Insurance 1301 St. Johns Ave. PalatkaCall or stop by for a free quote.*Based on FARS data for multi-vehicle motorcycle crashes 2004-2008. Coverages subject to terms, availability and qualifications. 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History I want to tell the community thank you for being such a close knit group of people who come together and show anybody and everybody support when they need it most! 12th Yolonda Golden Go to college to become a Mental Health Counselor I like that the teaching staff care about our education and futures. I like the class of 2014 and how close we are to each other. Math Student Profiles by Rashaan Mims Student Profile by Carmen SalgadoCrescent City Jr./Sr. High School Students of the Week 15 10th I like to read and write, as well as to draw and paint. The thing I feel most proud about is taking Biology in 8th grade and getting the highest score on the end of course exam. Also passing Advance Placement human geography test. Going to college right after and studying to either have a career in surgery or biological engineering. Taking classes needed to graduate and participating in dual enrollment.Class Notes Student Council is selling T-Shirts to raise money for Darius Edward. The T-Shirts cost $14. You can call the school and ask for Ms. Malloy CCJSHS has just kicked off the change collecting. As a school, our goal is to raise $1,500 for this organization. This organizations funds are used for researching cures for lymphoma and leukemia. Cant is a giant too lazy to try Coach Grimes Softball: JV plays at home Monday, February 10, at 4 p.m. Varsity will play at home Thursday, February 13, at 5:30 p.m. Baseball: Varsity plays Atlantic Thursday, February 13, at 6 p.m., and will play Interlachen Friday, February 14, at 7 p.m. The JV game begins at 4 p.m. Hope Andrews Student Reporter Zurisadai Rodriguez Manatee adoptions make precious Valen tines Day gifts wherever you live, and through Save the Manatee Clubs Adopt-A-Mana tee programs, people get to select one or more adoptees from 35 real manatees living in the wild or at a rehabilitation facility in Florida. T ax-deductible gift adoptions from Save the Manatee Club cost $25 and include a biography and adoption certificate featuring the m anatee selected. See photos and a list of the manatees available for adoption on the Clubs website at http://www. savethemanatee.org/ adoptees.htm. Also included is a membership hand book filled with photos, facts and information, subscriptions to the Clubs official quar terly newsletter, The Manatee Zone, and the bi-monthly e-newslet ter, Paddle Tales, and a years membership in Save the Manatee Club. A personalized Valentines Day gift card comes with each adoption, and postage is free within the United States. Add an additional $10 to adoptions mailed to all countries outside the United States. A heart-shaped manatee ornament, perfect for Valentines Day, is included with every gift adoption of $35 or more, while they last. 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Human-related manatee deaths predominantly from boat strikes typically account for the larg est number of deaths where cause is known. Save the Manatee Club works to safeguard manatees by assisting with rescue, rehabilitation, and release efforts in America and abroad; helps to expand and protect the manatees winter warm-water habitat; obtains improved boat speed zones in areas frequented by manatees; and raises public awareness. For more information on adopting a mana tee for Valentines Day, visit Save the Mana tee Clubs website at www.savethemanatee. org, or call 1-800-432JOIN (5646). Also, sign up for the Clubs free e-newsletter at savet hemanatee.org/signup, and watch manatees in their natural habitat on the Clubs Blue Spring webcams at manatv. org. Adopt a Manatee This Valentines DaySpecial to the Courier Journal
Palatka passed away Wednesday, January 22, 2014, at the Haven Hospice Roberts Care Center in Palatka, following a brief illness. Ruth was born in Patter son, New Jersey, and had been a resident of Putnam County for the past 42 years, coming from Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey, where she and her husband had managed the Brownstone Sweet Shop. Until her 90s, Ruth was amazingly spry, and she was always eager to chat. Her hobbies included enjoying old movies and television shows. An avid fan of the QVC channel, Ruth visited its headquarters in Pennsylvania to celebrate her 90th birthday. She was of the Jewish faith. Preceding her in death were her parents, Samuel and Bessie Goldman Goldstein, husband, Frederick Altman, a sister, Freda Bass, and a brother, Oscar Goldstein. Survivors include three sons and daughters-in-law, William and Faith Altman of Middletown, Delaware, Michael and Monique Altman of Atlanta, Georgia, and Robert and Rebecca Altman of Palatka, six grandsons, Brian Altman of Pasadena, Maryland, Scott Altman of Baltimore, Maryland, Brian and Dennis Altman, both of San Francisco, California, and Eric and Alex Altman, both of Palatka, and two great-grandsons, Jacob and Cooper Altman, both of Pasadena, Maryland. Funeral services were at 1 p.m., Sunday, January 26, at the Masters Funer al Home in Palatka. Burial followed in the Palatka Memorial Gardens. The family began receiving friends one hour prior to the service. Friends may sign the online guestbook at www.themastersfuneralhomes.com. Masters Funeral Home of Palatka was in charge of ar rangements. HOLLISTER Carla Ann De LL oach Carla Ann DeLoach, 54, of Hollister passed away unexpectedly due to a sudden illness, Thursday, January 23, 2014, at the Putnam Community Medical Center in Palatka. Carla was born in Orangeburg, South Carolina, and grew up in the Columbia and Orangeburg, South Carolina areas. She had been a resident of Hollister for the past 34 years, coming from Columbia, South Carolina. Before becoming disabled, she had worked at Wal-Mart in Palatka, and earlier at the former Revco in Palatka, and the former sewing factory in Johnson. She was devoted to her husband and enjoyed spending time with her family, including her grandson whom she adored. She had enjoyed gardening and collecting teddy bear gurines. Preceding her in death were her husband Tommy Steven DeLoach, who passed away twelve days before her, her father-in-law, Tommy M. DeLoach, and a niece, Shannon Leigh Jones. Surviving are her son and daughter-in-law, Tad and Christie DeLoach of Hollister, her mother and step-father, Patricia and Ray Whitlock of Irmo, South Carolina, a grandson, Colbie DeLoach of Hollister, three brothers, Jakie, Kevin, and Todd Bar ber, all of South Carolina, her mother-in-law, Lois DeLoach of Interlachen, two sisters-in-law and spouses, Sandra and Danny Jones, and Kathy and Scooter Simms, all of Interlachen, a brother-in-law and spouse, Mike and Linda DeLoach of Maggie Valley, North Carolina, and a few nieces and nephews. No services were planned. Burial will follow at a later date in Palatka Memorial Gardens. Memorial gifts may be sent to Masters Funeral Home, 3015 Crill Ave., Palatka, FL 32177. Friends may sign the online guestbook at www. themastersfuneralhomes. com. Masters Funeral Home of Palatka is in charge of ar rangements. P aA L aA TK aAE E velyn Bogue Evelyn Daphne Bogue, age 90, was bor n July 4, 1923, to Gerald and Molly Powell Bogue in Palatka. Evelyn passed away January 24, 2014, at Palatka Health Care Center. She was a loving daughter, sister, and friend to many. She was a dedicated employee of Georgia-Pacic Paper Mill for 35 years, from which she retired. Evelyn graduated from Mellon High School, Palatka, and Massey Business College of Jacksonville, during WWII. Evelyn loved to reminisce and tell wonderful stories of growing up in Putnam County. She cherished her family and many friends and kept up with them and their families over the years. She was a pet lover and avid Gator fan. She was a member of the St. James Methodist Church, where she taught Sunday school for many years. She was an ofcer and leader of the Georgia-Pacic Ofce Workers Union, a member of the Fabulous Ten Luncheon Group, and a strong supporter of the Humane Society. The family would like to thank Clarice and Roy Kennedy for their unending help, care and support of Evelyn. We would also like to thank her longtime friends, Emma-Lou Morris and Ritchie Morris. Thanks also to Fran and Joe Gallant as well as the EMT of the Palatka Fire Department. The family would especially like to thank Pastor Don Aycock and members of the church next door (Liberty Baptist Church). She spoke often of all of you and truly appreciated all you did for her. She is preceded in death by her parents. Evelyn is survived by her sister, Geraldine Beegie Hall, nephew, Stephen (Brenda), niece, Donna (K.C.) Lang, grand-niece, Ashley Hall and grand-nephews, Andrew Hall, Cameron and Taylor Lang, all of Jacksonville, and Hunter Lang of Washington D.C. Funeral services were held at 3:30 p.m., Saturday, February 1, at Johnson-Over turf Chapel in Palatka, with Reverend Don Hanna, pastor of St. James United Methodist Church, ofciating. Interment followed at Oak Hill Cemetery. The family received friends from 3 p.m. until the time of service at 3:30 p.m. Flowers will be graciously accepted or those wishing to make a donation may do so to Humane Society of Northeast Florida, P.O. Box 188, Hollister, FL 32147. Memories and Condolences may be expressed to the family at www.JohnsonOver turffunerals.com. Arrangements were under the direction of Johnson-Overturf Funeral Home in Palatka. HOLLISTER Martha KK ummer Martha Louise Kummer 83, of Palatka, passed away Sunday, January 26, 2014, at Haven Hospice Roberts Care Center, following an extended illness. She was a native and lifelong resident of Palatka. Prior to having children, Martha worked as an operator with Southern Bell Telephone. For the largest part of her life, Martha was a homemaker and loving wife and mother to her family, and was a regional manager and representative for Tupperware products. She attended Christ Independent Methodist Church. Martha enjoyed traveling, going to the beach, shopping, and watching sports, especially the Atlanta Braves, and her favorite shows, The Young and the Restless, The Bold and the Beautiful, and Wheel of Fortune. But more than anything though, Martha loved being with her family. She was preceded in death by her husband, Roy F. Kummer, and her parents, Willie K. Turner and Beulah Aarants Turner. Martha is survived by two sons, Duane Kummer and wife, Sherri of Palatka, and Dwight Kummer and wife, Carla of Orlando, a brother, Billy Turner and wife, Judy, a sister, Emily Grace Morris and husband, Kenny, all of Palatka, six grandchildren, Blake, Brandon, Brandi, and Robert Kummer, Tabitha Priester and husband, Wade, and Francina Kummer, and three great-grandchildren, Sarah, Trey, and Mackenzie Kummer. Services were at 2 p.m., Wednesday, January 29, at Johnson-Overturf Chapel in Palatka, with Rev. Michael Hudson ofciating. Burial followed at Palatka Memorial Gardens. Visitation was Tuesday, January 28, from 6 to 8 p.m., at the funeral home. Flowers are gratefully accepted or the family requests memorial donations be sent to Haven Hospice Roberts Care Center, 6400 St. Johns Ave., Palatka, FL 32177 or to Rodeheaver Boys Ranch, 380 Boys Ranch Road, Palatka, FL 32177. Memories and condolences may be expressed to the family at Marthas Book of Memories page at www. JohnsonOverturffunerals. com Arrangements were under the direction of Johnson-Overturf Funeral Home in Palatka. P aA L aA TK aA Harriet Dillingham Harriet Hall Dillingham passed away Tuesday, January 21, as a result of a stroke she suffered recently. Born in Palatka to Margaret McIlvaine and Percy Devereux (Pete) Collins March 13, 1922, she was raised, along with her beloved brother David, by their mother after the untimely death of their father. She remained in Palatka amongst extended family until her graduation from Flor ida State College for Women (now known as Florida State University) in 1943. She had previously graduated from Putnam High School. Having met and married John Raymond (Jerry) Dillingham, USMC, of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in Palatka in 1942, she began a long career as a military spouse and mother until their separation in 1962. Her stops in life included various locations in California, North and South Carolina, Hawaii, Florida, and Virginia. She embarked on a lifelong career as a teacher, and was happiest when teaching reading and English to elementary aged children. She settled in northern Califor nia to be near her brother, until his passing in 1986. In 1989, she relocated to Palatka, where she lived the rest of her life. She was a lifelong member and devotee of St. Marks Episcopal Church, even when she was far away. Her travels included sightseeing trips around the United States with friends, tours in Western Europe, a year as an exchange teacher in England, residential language programs in France, and visits to family and friends throughout the United States. Her lifelong interest in music and literature were well known to friends and family. She had an encyclopedic knowledge of opera and music, and was devoted to her favorite authors. A principal joy in her life was her participation in choirs and choruses. She was passionate about singing and sang until the last days of her life. She raised four children principally on her own while relocating her household numerous times. She dealt with change, unruly children, and nancial adversity in an era when little support was available to military spouses or single parents. She supported her children and their children when she could and loved her grandchildren dearly. Family both past and present were important to her life. She was predeceased by her daughter Susan of Sacramento, California. She is survived by her sons, Michael Dillingham of El Paso, Texas, Bruce Dillingham (Patricia) of Sier ra Vista, Arizona, and Eric Dillingham (Penny) of St. Augustine. She was particularly attached to her brothers children, David, Mar garet and Paul. Her grandchildren include Danielle Emmett, Jennifer Schultz, Kieron Dillingham, Kirstin Dillingham, Colin Hanks, and Elizabeth Hanks. A memorial service and reception took place at St. Marks Episcopal Church at 2 p.m., Saturday, January 25. In lieu of owers, donations are suggested to St. Marks Episcopal Church, P.O. Box 370, Palatka, FL 32178. Memories and condolences may be expressed to the family at Harriets Book of Memories page at www.JohnsonOverturffunerals.com. Arrangements were under the direction of Johnson-Overturf Funeral Home in Palatka. PO mM ON aA P aA RK RR onnie Vaughn Darr el R. Ronnie Vaughn, 66, passed away Tuesday, January 21, 2014, at Putnam Community Medical Center in Palatka, following an extended illness. Born in Chattanooga, Tennessee, he was a veteran of the Vietnam War, serving his country with the United States Army. He came to make his home in the Pomona Park area 30 years ago, coming from St. Petersburg. He worked as an installer and repairman for GTE, and was a big part of installing the 911 system in Lakeland. He generously devoted his spare time to umpiring or coaching all types of sports with Crescent City High School, YMCA, Pop Warner, and South Putnam Little League Association. He was also a long-time member of the Booster Club at Crescent City High School and an active member and Sunday school teacher at South Putnam Church. He is survived by his wife of 43 years, Darlene Vaughn of Pomona Park, mother, Isabell Vaughn of Homosassa, daughters, Kimberly Vaughn of Jacksonville, and Valarie Brown of Crescent City, brother, Glen (Sue) Vaughn of Dunnellon, half-brother, Charles Lawson of Tennessee, grandchildren, Brett Guthrie, Katie Bouttavong, Christian Brown, Keirstin Brown, Zachary Brown, C.J. Brown, Nathan Brown, and Marshalle Brown Cheshire, and two great-grandchildren. A memorial service will be held Saturday, February 8, at 12 p.m., at the South Putnam Church. At the familys request, in lieu of owers, donations may be made to South Putnam Church, 114 Amos Road, Crescent City, FL 32112, or to the South Putnam Little League Association, P.O. Box 326, Crescent City, FL 32112, in honor of his memory. Arrangements are under the careful care of Clayton Frank & Biggs Funernal Home, Crescent City. II NTERL achACH EN Diana Crockett Conner Diana L. Cr ockett Conner, 61, of Interlachen, passed away Wednesday, January 22, 2014, at Shands at the University of Flor ida, in Gainesville. Diana was born in the for mer Putnam Memorial Hospital, in Palatka, to Charles and Pheby Crockett. She had been a lifelong resident of Putnam County, growing up in Palatka, and later living in Interlachen. She was a 1970 graduate of the Palatka Senior High School. Before declining health she had enjoyed bowling and had been a member of a local bowling league. She was a loving and caring per son who loved her dogs and was a good businesswoman. Most of all she loved her family and missed her husband very much. She was a Baptist. Besides her parents, she was also preceded in death by her husband, James Jim Lawton Conner. Surviving are two brothers, Mark Crockett of Hollister, and David Crockett of Green Cove Springs, a nephew, Mark Crockett, Jr. of Gainesville, a niece and spouse, Crystal Crockett and Jeremy Carnes, both of Ocala, a great nephew, Dakota Crockett of Ocala, and a great niece, Brianna Crockett of Ocala. The family received friends from 6 until 8 p.m., Sunday, January 26, at the Masters Funeral Home in Palatka. Funeral services were 2 p.m., Monday, January 27, at the funeral home, with Pastor Eddie Humes ofciating. Burial followed in the Pineview Cemetery in Interlachen. Memorial gifts may be sent to the Northeast Florida Humane Society, P.O. Box 188, Hollister, FL 32147. Friends may sign the online guestbook at www.themastersfuneralhomes.com. Masters Funeral Home of Palatka was in charge of ar rangements. II NTERL achACH EN Doyle Burnett Doyle Thompson Burnett, 83, of Interlachen, passed away Wednesday, January 22, 2014, at Haven Hospice E.T. York Care Center in Gainesville, following an extended illness. He was a native of Live Oak, and had lived in Interlachen since 1985, coming from Eustis. He served in the U.S. Air Force and attended First Baptist Church in Interlachen. He worked as an international representative for the electrical workers union (IBEW). Doyle was a member of Moose Lodge #84 and loved to sh. He is preceded in death by his son, Frank Cribbs, as well as six brothers and sisters. He is survived by his long time companion, Virginia Carmichael of Interlachen, son, Allen Burnett of Eustis, daughter, Sarita Taylor (Hank) of Gainesville, eight grandchildren, Blaine Taylor, Haley Taylor, Melinda Burnett, Cody Burnett (Amber), Frank Cribbs, Jr., Matt Gandy, Amber Trainor (Jason), Scott Gandy (Sandra), and two great-grandchildren, Ashley Bordigon and T.J. Bordigon. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m., Monday, January 27, at Johnson-Over turf Chapel in Interlachen, with Pastor Tony Clubb ofciating. The family received friends from 1 p.m. until the time of service at 2 p.m. In lieu of owers memorial donations may be made to American Macular Degeneration Foundation, P O Box 515, Northampton, MA 01061-0515. Memories and Condolences may be expressed to the family at www.JohnsonOver turffunerals.com. Arrangements were under the direction of John son-Overtur f Funeral Home in Interlachen. P aA L aA TK aAR R uth Altman Ruth Altman, 93, of CHURcCH Crescent City First Baptist Church of Crescent City (386-698-1578) 101 S. Summit St. Episcopal Church of the Holy Comforter (386-698-1983) 223 N. Summit St. Howe Memorial United Methodist Church (386-698-2635) 252 S. Summit St. First Presbyterian Church (386-698-2117) St. John the Baptist Catholic Church (386-698-2055) 2725 S. Hwy. 17 Georgetown Georgetown United Methodist Church (386-740-1821) 1448 CR 309 Pomona Park First Baptist Church of Pomona Park (386-649-4265) Lake Como Word of Faith Bible Church (386-698-4643) 2708 S. Hwy. 17 Peace Lutheran Church (386-325-4878) 343 Old Hwy. 17 Pilgrim Congregational Church (386-649-8467) Welaka Welaka United Methodist Church (386-467-2336) Emmanuel Episcopal Church (386-698-1983) 672 C.R. 309 Ministries for Christ Outreach, Inc Country Church Blue Jeans Church (386-467-2144) 1897 CR 308 A6 Satsuma Hope Lutheran Church (386-649-0631) 273 CR 309 Obituaries on Clayton Frank & Biggs Funeral Home386-698-1621 Church HappeningsMinistries for Christ Outreach, Inc. will pro vide toiletries, non-perishables and groceries for the Interlachen ar ea the week of February 2. For mor e information, call 386-8527046 or send an email to mfcoutreach@hotmail. com.Suwannee River Eco nomic Council Inc. has now opened a senior cit izen meal site at Union Bethel A.M.E. Church, lo cated at 200 Cedar Street in Crescent City. Must be 60 years and older to at tend. The site is open at 11 a.m. Monday through Friday.91.3 Hope FM will be hosting a marriage vow renewal ceremony on Valentines Day. To help couples reafrm their love for one another, there will be a short group ceremony, led by Pastor Ted Stackpole. The vow renewal will be held Friday, February 14, at 7 p.m., at First Assembly of God in Palatka. Couples are asked to RSVP at whif.org or by calling 386-325-3334. Friends and family are welcome to attend to help celebrate. A brief reception will be held with cake provided by JJs Cakes and pictures from KJs Photography. There is no charge for anything. Masters Funeral HomePalatka386-325-4564 Johnson-Overturf Funeral Home386-325-4521 Masters Funeral HomePalatka386-325-4564 Johnson-Overturf Funeral Home386-684-3360 Masters Funeral HomePalatka386-325-4564 Johnson-Overturf Funeral Home386-325-4521 Johnson-Overturf Funeral Home386-325-4521
In last weeks issue, I answered some questions about pesticide usage, local growers, and improving nutrition. This week, I conclude my musings with questions and answers about livestock, far ming, and GMOs. Q: Isnt it gross; cleaning up livestock manure? A: I think cleaning the bathroom is gross, but it still must be done. Until WWII, most farms used manure for fertiliz er. After World War II, ammonia became mor e available, and by the end of the 20th century, am monium sulfate, calcium nitrate, sodium nitrate, and calcium cyanamide were readily available. Ammonium nitrate became an important fertilizer during that time, eventually becom ing the leader in fertilizers. (source: garden guides.com/80074-his tory-chemical-fertilizers. html#ixzz2pAaFxTfs) Farmers and garden ers have learned that use of certain fertilizers deplete the soil signifi cantly. Composting is far superior to some other fertilizers because of carbon content and compost does not destr oy mi crobes in the soil. We should learn all we can about soil health and biodiversity. I am just be ginning to learn but some good titles are: ural Farming Harold W illis Ph.D. ing Handbook Philip A. Wheeler Ph.D. & Ronald B. Ward out Poisons Charles Walters Charles Walters A good compost pile must contain a variety of ingredients and it must be more than 3 feet high to develop the needed heat to destroy patho gens and weed seeds. Proper compost piles do not stink. If your compost stinks, add leaves, wood chips or hay. It is a good idea to find out if pesticides or herbicides were used in production of an item before adding it to your compost. Animals fed grains grown with herbicides have herbicide residues in their manure. There are many instances of crop damage from using compost with herbicide residues. From Moth r eported in July 2009, clopyralid and its close cousin, aminopyralid, easily persist, sometimes nure and compost. When contaminated materials are used in food gardens, tomatoes, beans and other sensitive crops develop curled foliage that looks like a disease, if they grow at all. Aminopyralid pesticides have been pulled from shelves in the United Kingdom. (source: moth erearthnews.com/organ ic-gardening/contami nated-compost-clopyra lid-aminopyralid-pyra lid-dow-chemicals-tox ins.aspx#ixzz2pAgxoc3u) Q: Is compost all I need to improve my soil? need to do a soil test every one to three years and you will most like ly need to add minerals such as lime, sulfur and borax. The compost will help k eep minerals in place where they can be used by your plants. Compost, diluted fish emulsion, kelp and diluted molas ses help feed your plants and the microscopic plants and animals. Q: Where can I find livestock feed without GMOs or soy? A: I have asked the extension office and lo cal feed stores if anyone in our area is interested in GMO free and/or soy free livestock production. They could not tell me. I know you are out there! The nearest source I am aware of is Coun tryside Organics, which is sold at Bunnell Feed Bunnell. They can be reached at 386-437-2032 or bunnellfeedandsupply. com. Another location is Alachua County Feed & Gainesville. They can be or alachuacountyfeed andseed.com. It can be ordered online, but the shipping is costly. I hope this article may spur some local inter est in pooling together to reduce feed costs and share information about sustainable farming and healthy eating. Q: Is there anyone near producing nonGMO whole grains for sale? A: If so, I am looking for you. Q: Did you know that almost all farming prior to WWI was organic? A: Isnt it interesting how old ways become new again? Q: Where can we learn more about sustainable methods of raising and preparing healthy food? A: com Farmer Magazine Two great books that inspired me were written tles are Folks, this Aint tic Farmer. Y es, I am a lunatic! Feel free to join me.PALATKA T.J. Monahan Palatka, passed away Palatka. He was born in Gainesville, and had been a lifelong resident of Palatka. He was the greatest son in the world. He enjoyed helping his granddad, fishing, playing video games, riding through the woods, sitting around the campfire, and especially being with his family. He had a zeal for life. He was pretty much always happy and had a kind and loving heart. He was generous to a fault. He was preceded in death by his dad, Terry nal grandmother, Betty Blount, his great-grandBlount, and a great-uncle, John A. Blount. mother, Doris Monahan of Palatka, his maternal granddad and den and Doris Blount of Palatka, his aunts and spouses, Carol and Rick Register of Palatka, Mary cle Jim Irvin of Belleview, Uncle Rodney and Aunt Debbie Knight of GraceUncle Donny House of Bardin, adopted grandparents, Faye and Harold Trujillo of Palatka, very special cousins, David and Charlotte Blount of ous other cousins. Calling hours and services are private. Message of sympathy may be expressed in his online guestbook at www. themastersfuneralhomes. com. Memorial gifts may be ganization of Parents of Murdered Children, Inc., or go to pomc.org to make a donation in T.J.s memory. Masters Funeral Home of Palatka is in charge of the arrangements. PALATKA Cecelia Reynolds Cecelia B. Reynolds, 72, of Palatka, passed away at the Haven Hospice Roberts Care Center Monday, January 27, tended illness. cello, and had been a resident of Palatka for over Monticello. uate of Palatka High person with a lot of love to give. death by her husband, William A Fulner, her parents, Odis and Willa Mae Burnsed, and a brother, Wayne Odis Burnsed. Ochlocknee, Georgia, ze of Ochlocknee, Georgia, Janie Johnson of of Ochlocknee, Georgia, Mae Mason of Palatka, a very special and precious niece, MayCee Mylene Mason of Palatka, a very special and loving friend, Wanda Midkiff of Palatka, her loving step-mother, Connie Burnsed of Titusville, one step-sister, Debbie Cone of Gaylax, Virginia, her step-brother, Ronnie Fergerson of Gaylax, Virginia, very special neighbors, Jack ing and loving friends. Funeral services were held at Masters Funer2 p.m., with Rev. Tom Carver officiating. Burial followed in Palatka Memorial Gardens. The family received friends one hour prior to the service. Messages of sympathy may be expressed in her online guestbook at www. themastersfuneralhomes. com. Masters Funeral Home of Palatka was in charge of the arrangements. INTERLACHEN Rose Smith Interlachen, passed away unexpectedly at her residence Monday, January Virginia, and had been a resident of Interlachen for pervisor at General Pacific for the tissue conloved to do research on the Internet, and enjoyed taking care of her children and grandchildren. death by her mother, Janice Willis, and her both of Interlachen, her of Interlachen, her father, Bana Willis of Hollister, two brothers, David and Matt Willis, both of Hollister, and five grandchildren, Ariana and Ahmen Thomas, Kandiss Martin, and Kirsten and Brooklyn Memorial services were held at 6 p.m., Friday, ters Funeral Home in Interlachen, with Rev. Mike Deel officiating. Messages of sympathy may be expressed in her online guestbook at www. themastersfuneralhomes. com. Masters Funeral Home of Interlachen was in charge of the services. A7 Masters Funeral HomePalatka386-325-4564 Crescent City (386) 698-1232 M-W-F 8am 5pm Welaka (386) 467-3171 T TH 8am 5pm Marisela Carbajal, www.azahealth.org Apply before March 31st Beat the deadline of March 31, 2014 SECOND PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE The City of Crescent City is applying to the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) for a grant under the Neighborhood Revitalization category in the amount of $650,000.00 under the FFY 2013 Small Cities Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program. For each activity that is proposed, at least 70% of the funds must City is applying are: 03I Flood and Drainage $562,000.00 At Least 51% 21A Administration $ 52,000.00 N/A 21B Engineering $ 36,000.00 N/A Total $650,000.00 City. The City of Crescent City plans to minimize displacement of persons as a result of planned CDBG funded activities; if any persons are displaced as a result of these on uniform act requirements. be held on Thursday, February 13, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. or as soon thereafter as possible at the City of Crescent City City Hall located at 3 North Summit Street, Crescent City, be available on and after the date of submission of the application and shall continue to remain available for a minimum period of six years. 1. Other Government (federal, state, and local) assistance to the project in the form of 2. The identities and pecuniary interests of all developers, contractors, or consultants involved in the application for assistance or in the planning or development of the project or activity; in the project that can reasonably be expected to exceed $50,000.00 or 10% of the grant 5. The expected sources of all funds to be provided to the project by each of the providers of those funds and the amount provided; and 6. The expected uses of all funds by activities and amount. 2/5/14 Obituaries from pg. A6 Masters Funeral HomePalatka386-325-4564 Masters Funeral HomeInterlachen386-684-4177 Musings of an Omnivore, Part TwoCindy Hair Community Contributor
Carmen Salgado Student Reporter What & Where! What What & Fun! Parker House Liquor Store & Lounge Daily Specials SUMMIT ST. CRESCENT CITY 386-698-2397 Happy Hour Daily 4 8 p.m. 12 oz. Can Beer $1.75 Everyday Landing-Marina-Wild Hog Saloon K a r a o k eThurs. 7 p.m.Till? / Sun. 5 p.m.Till? L ounge H oursSun. Thurs. Noon to Midnight Fri. & Sat. Noon to 2 a.m. R estaurant H oursFriday &Saturday 9 a.m. 4 p.m. Happy Hour! Mon.Fri. 4-7 p,m. Motel NO PETS Boat Ramp Covered Dock BEER ICE TVReservations/Restaurant: 386-467-3956 Fax: 386-467-0026 120 Georgetown Landing Rd. Georgetown, FL 323139 On The St. Johns River Open 7 Days A Week Old Fart Thursdays! On Hold Till The Weather Warms Up The Outbacks Too Cold The Old Farts 3821 Reid St., Hwy 100 West, Palatka 386-328-7131 DJ Randy on Fri & Sat DJ Randy on Fri & Sat DJ Randy on Fri & Sat DJ Randy on Fri & Sat Palatka Buffet All-You-Can-Eat BUFFET $6 49 Every Day!Open 7 Day A Week 11 a.m, to 10 p.m. 1701 Reid St. Palatka, Fl. 386-328-1953 & & Food Fun! Fun! Fun! & Serving Florida Since 1983 Lunch and Dinner Specials Monday-Thursday 11-9 FRUITLAND / GEORGETOWN CR 308 & 309 ON LEFT 386-467-8666 P ATIO D INING BIKERS WELCOME Join Us For A Drink At The Tiki Bar Or Visit Us On The Web Athttp://RIVERPUBITALIANGRILLE.COM/ Valentines Day At The Tiki Dreamy Drinks & Desserts Romantic Dinner For Two Count e Candy Jar Valentines Trivia Dance Contest Shred Your Ex Contest Prizes & Give Aways! Music by: RIVERTOWN Games Start @ 7:30 p.m. Friday, February 14 th At The River Pub! COLDEST BEER IN TOWN Feb. 14 th Black Friday Party! w/ D.J. dance music! Feb. 15 th Mad Maxx ( Live) Feb. 16 th Donnie & Amys Birthday Bash Low Country Boil & Acoustic Sets Every Wednesday @ 8 p.m. KARAOKE By: Buffalo Munn Open Pool Tournament Thurs @ 7 p.m. 8 Ball-Fri @ 7 p.m. 9 Ball Daily Happy Hour Specials 11 a.m.-1 p.m. & 5-7 p.m. Hours: Mon-Sat 11 a.m.-Till? Sunday 1 p.m.-Till? 101 S. 10th St. Palatka 386-530-2282 Landing-Marina-Wild Hog Saloon Landing-Marina-Wild Hog Saloon Landing-Marina-Wild Hog Saloon Hard Dock 2 for 1 Domestic & well Brands Wear your Favorite Team Jersey get 1/2 priced appetizer Happy Hour 2 for 1 Domestic & Well Mon. Fri. 2 6 p.m. Sat. & Sun. All Day! Hi Level DJ Randy (Rock-n-Country) Fri. & Sat. 9-2 p.m. Old Farts ursdays Postponed till the weather warms up Parker House Happy Hours 4-8 p.m. Daily. 12 oz. Can Beer $1.75 & $2.75 well drinks. Porkys Karaoke! urs. 7 p.m.-till? Sun. 5p.m.-till? Happy Hour Mon.-Fri. 4-7 p.m. River Pub Valentines Day at the Tiki w/ Games and Entertainment All You Can Eat Snow Crab Legs! $24.99 All You Can Eat Beef Brisket! $10.99 Mon. 4 8 p.m. Local Entertainers River Town Fri. 7 p.m. to close Bikers Welcome! 3-Ds Saloon Feb. 14th Black Friday Party w/ D.J. Dance Music Feb. 15th Mad Maxx Feb 16th Donnie & Amys Birthday Bash w/ a Low Country Boil and Acouistic Sets Every Wed. @ 8 Karaoke by: Bualo Munn Open Pool Tourney urs. @ 7 p.m. Ball Fri. @ 9 p.m. Ball Sunday-Thursday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. / Friday & Saturday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Hard Dock Cafe at Crystal Cove Marina 131 Crystal Cove Drive Palatka (386) 326-0777 Valentines Day Specials www.facebook. Saturday Breakfast Buffet 7 -10 a.m. Indoor & Outdoor Waterfront Bar & Dining Seafood Buffet 5 to 9 p.m. 24 95 Features: Fried Shrimp, Smoked Salmon, Peel & Eat Shrimp, Fried & Stuffed Fish. Vegetables and sides, including 7-layer Salad, Baked Potato Bar and Garlic Cheese Biscuits. Plus a Dessert Assortment from our Pasty Chef. Per Person Snow Crab Leg Dinner 15 95 Hand Cut Prime Rib Special 17 95 Starting @ Snow Crab Leg Dinner Snow Crab Leg Dinner Snow Crab Leg Dinner Snow Crab Leg Dinner Snow Crab Leg Dinner 15 15
Two fashion shows were recently held at Crescent City and Interlachen high schools. Students and faculty modeled the latest in prom fashion and reminded students of the importance to stay safe and sober during prom season. The fashion shows were coordinated through the Putnam County Community Alliance. The first of three fashion shows was held at Crescent City Jr./Sr. High School Friday, January 24. Eighteen students and faculty members partici pated as models for the event. Angel Duke, President and Founder of the Putnam County Rites of Passage Initiative (ROPI), hosted the event, and several ROPI members acted as models for the day. Duck Realty, a local real estate agency, sponsored the event in Crescent City, while Bloomers Garden Center donated plants, and Beautiful Choyces Hair participated as a local vendor. The dresses and tuxes worn by the models were provided by Angelas of Palatka. Interlachen High School students modeled beautiful dresses and stylish tuxedos for their fellow classmates Wednesday, January 29. The event was hosted by the students themselves, and members of the IHS Key Club were featured as emcees. Sponsoring this fashion show was Bethel Assembly of Gods recovery group, Hurts, Habits and Hang Ups. Bloomers Garden Center again provided plants, as well as Flowers Galore in Interlachen, and An gelas provided formal wear once more. The money that was raised from ticket sales for each fashion show will be shared between the School District and the Community Alliance, with half of the funds going to student services that are not funded by state or county dollars, and the other half going to fund next years program. Christopher Glymph, Program Director of the Putnam County Community Alliance, stated that these fashion shows are fun and important for the students. The goal of these events is to get the message of having a safe and sober prom out before prom plans are finalized, and to promote self-esteem amongst the student body. Prom is a milestone in many students lives, and these fashion shows encourage students to have fun, but to be responsible. The final fashion show will take place at Palatka High School, Friday, February 7. February 5, 2014 COURIER JOURNAL Section B & FACES PLACES Trivia Night WinnersPhotos Special to the Courier Journal Students at Interlachen High School show off their fancy formal attire at the Safe and Sober Prom Fashion Show.Safe and Sober Fashion ShowsSami MarshallCopy Editor Wednesday, January 29, at 3 Bananas, there were nine teams playing. The first place winners, who received a $50 gift certificate, were Couch Potatoes, whose members are Jeannie and Corky Mayer, Grace Mew, Allen Peacock, David Frank, Cindy Newbold, and Jill and Bob Goodman. The second place team, who received a $30 gift certificate, was Bar Flies. The third place team, who received a $20 gift certificate, was Bubbas & Floozies. Carpet Baggers came in fourth, and Shake & Bake came in fifth. The Beer Round was won by Bar Flies. Dont delay, get a team together and play today! Trivia Night is every Wednesday at 3 Bananas, starting at 6 p.m., and new teams are always welcome.Special to theCourier Journal I Only Have 30 Days to LiveOnly a few lucky people will ever hear those words. Now you may say, Lucky, how is that? Well, most will never hear those words; they will just wake up dead. What if you went to a doctor and he said, I have some bad news for you. The test results came back and you only have 30 days to live Now, here is a question to ponder. What would you do? Would you go take revenge on every person that has ever screwed you over? Would you try to go back and correct some of the wrongs that youve done? Would you try things that you never tried before, like skydiving, mountain climbing with no ropes, robbing a bank, or maybe you would go play in traffic like my dad would tell me to do as a kid? So, what would you do? I know thats a tough question and probably one that we could only truly answer when that time comes. In 1998, I received a call from my Uncle Wayne, who was my uncle by marriage. The call was one that I will never forget as long as I live. I answered the phone and the first words out of my Uncles mouth were, Your Aunt Dot is in the hospital, and she has brain cancer. The doctors say she has less than a month to live. She wants to see you. Three hours later I was at the hospital all the way across the state. This was a fourhour drive. I arrived at the hospital and talked to the doctors who assured me that nothing could be done and that they would make her as comfortable as possible for the next 30 days. I entered my Aunts room and was expecting to see a woman all withered and frail, but to my surprise she was sitting up and playing solitaire with a deck of cards she must have purchased in the mid 50s. I sat beside her on the bed and she gave me a big hug then said, Im okay, its just one of those things that happen in life, Travis, we are born to die. As my Aunt held me in her arms, I felt like a little kid again because, at the age of 12, my mother had died and my Aunt had stepped in and filled her shoes. Realizing that I was about to lose my second mother, I lost it. Suddenly, I was 12 again. As she held me in her arms, she started breathing funny like she was gasping for air; I immediately drew back and looked at her. My heart was racing and I said, Whats wrong? She said, Youre standing on my ox ygen line! Then she started laughing! Of course, I wasnt but that was her way of snapping me out of the pain I was feeling. She was always quite the prankster. At the hospital, I told my Aunt that I wouldnt leave her side and I would stay at the hospital until she passed away. I also asked her what I could do to make her more comfortable, and she said, You can take me home, I dont want to die here. After talking to the doctors, they agreed it would probably be best. I returned home and packed enough clothes to last me for the next 30 days. Two days later, my Aunt was at home where we made her living room into a make shift bedroom and I hired a private nurse to help make her more comfortable. The room was complete with oxygen, morphine, her T.V., playing cards, several of her favorite books, and my recliner/bed. I had no intention of leaving her side. During the first two weeks, she seemed to be fine, but then again that was the morphine doing its job. Now, it was at this time I asked her this question, Aunt Dot, what would you like to do before you die? Where would you like to visit? Anywhere, just name it, and we will be on a flight in two hours! She replied, There are two things I would like to have. One is for all the kids to come visit me, (she was referring to my siblings, because she was never able to have kids of her own). And two is to go to the grocery store. Both of her wishes were granted, my brothers and sister came to say their last goodbyes and I took her to the grocery store. Her reason for wanting to go to the grocery store was to smell all of the fruit, which she did for about an hour. She told me that during the great depression, when she was a little girl, she always wanted an apple, but her parents couldnt afford it. Over the next few weeks, her condition took a turn for the worse. The nurse was giving her more and more morphine with each passing day. As I sat there one night reading her The Raven by Edgar Allen Poe, she asked me to stop for a minute at which point she said, How many more days do I have left? I looked at the calendar where she had circled the date and I said, According to the calendar, Aunt Dot, less than a week. She then replied, Well, I think I will outlive the doctors prediction by three days then, you know, just to mess with them. The circled date finally came, and, at this point, I believe she was ready to go, but she was hanging in there until the next morning. At sunrise, the nurse woke me and said, I think we need to move your Aunt to the hospice facility, there is blood in her urine and shes fading fast! I talked to my Aunt and she said it was okay, and a few hours later she was transported to a hospice house. The next day was the 33rd day from the time the doctors first told us she would die. I was sitting in the chair next to her bed when she motioned me to sit next to her. She lifted her oxygen line out of the way and laughed as she gasped for air. She motioned for me to come closer to her mouth so I could hear what she was saying. As I got my ear closer to her mouth she said, Can you go get me an apple? Then she pulled me closer and said, I love you, son! So off I went to get an apple from the cafeteria. I returned in less than five minutes with the apple only to have the nurse stop me at the door and say, Your Aunt passed away just a second ago. See 30 Days on page B4 Tamia Johnson and Troy Argus prepare to model for their fellow students at Crescent City Jr./Sr. High School. Travis Roberts Staff Writer email@example.comClay Electric Trustees Approve $5 Million Capital Credits RefundThursday, January 23, Clay Electric Cooperatives board of trustees approved a $5 million Capital Credits refund to current and former members of the co-op who received service between 1987 and 2012. This will be the cooperatives 40th consecutive refund of Capital Credits. Current members of the cooperative who are entitled to a refund will receive a credit on their March bills. A members actual share of this years refund is based on the amount he or she was billed for electricity during the years included in the retirement period (1987-2012). Former members of the cooperative who are entitled to a refund will be mailed a refund check around mid-March. General Manager/CEO Ricky Davis said the trustees considered a variety of financial data and economic conditions before deciding to make this years refund. The refund of Capital Credits is a tangible and unique benefit of receiving service from a not-for-profit electric cooperative, Davis said. Investor-owned utilities that have margins left over after expenses are paid return these funds to stockholders as dividends. Municipally-owned electric utilities return their margins to the city coffers. What are Capital Credits? Clay Electric is a notfor-profit cooperative, so any profits (margins) left over at the end of the year after expenses are paid are assigned to members on a pro-rata basis, to be refunded at a later date as Capital Credits. These refunds also help lower the cost of power for members of the cooperative. Capital Credits are a source of equity for cooperatives. Capital Credits enable cooperatives to reduce the amount of money they must borrow for a variety of projects and purchases. This means less borrowed money and fewer interest payments. The average amount of Capital Credits returned in 2013 to current members was $16.22. The average return for former members was $30.86. Average return numbers for 2014 will be available in mid-February. Capital Credits are one of the benefits of being served by an electric cooperative. In addition to members actually owning their cooperative, they accrue Capital Credits. Members also get to vote on who represents them on the co-ops board of trustees. Clay Electrics management and employees work hard to offer members professional service, competitive electric rates and reliable power.Special to theCourier Journal St. Johns River State College announces a degree program targeted to assist Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) who want to take their education and skills to the next level. The LPN Bridge program will give students a jump start on earning their Associate in Science degree in Nursing by awarding 10 college credit hours toward the degree. Upon completion of the program, graduates are eligible to apply for the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN). The LPN Bridge pro gram is scheduled to begin this fall and is contingent upon approval by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing. Courses will be offered in a blended/ hybrid format consisting of online courses with on-campus lab and clinical experiences. Students who qualify for financial assistance may be able to obtain help through scholarships, loans or grants. SJR State will hold program information sessions which are free and open to the public. Palatka Campus (Room L130): Tuesday, February 11, from 6 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday, February 20, from 12:30 to 1 p.m. Tuesday, March 4, from 8 to 8:30 a.m. Orange Park Campus: Wednesday, February 5, from 4 to 4:30 p.m., Room H1110 Tuesday, February 18, from 6 to 6:30 p.m., Room H1108 Thursday, February 27, from 12:30 to 1 p.m., Room H1136 Thursday, March 6, from 8 to 8:30 a.m., Room H1136 St. Augustine Campus: Thursday, February 6, from 4 to 4:30 p.m., Room H104 Thursday, February 13, from 6 to 6:30 p.m., Room H104 Monday, February 17, from 12:30 to 1 p.m., Room H104 Wednesday, March 5, from 8 to 8:30 a.m., Room H123 The A.S. Degree in Nursing program is approved by the Florida Board of Nursing and is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN). For more information, contact the SJR State Nursing department at 386-312-4176 or 904276-6863, or visit the website at SJRstate.edu.Special to theCourier Journal LPN Course Announced
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Guided Garden Walk Ravine Gardens State Park will host a guided garden walk Thursday, February 13, from 3 to 4 p.m. Take a hike with Ranger Alfred in the Ravine Gar dens State Park formal gardens where you will learn about the plants and history of our beautiful park! The walk is family friendly. Participants are encouraged to bring bug spray, water, and closed-toe shoes. The program is free with park entry and for annual park pass holders. Stay after to enjoy a picnic at the park or a wagon tour for $1 donation per person to the Friends of Ravine Gardens State Park. Register by visiting www.ravinegardenwalk.eventbrite.com or by calling the park at 386-329-3721. For more information please contact Lauren Watkins at 386-937-0949 or email Lauren.Watkins@dep.state..us. Valentines Day Nature Hike Ravine Gardens State Park and will host a Valentines Day Nature Hike with a Ranger Friday, February 14, from 9 to 11 a.m., where guests can take in the beauty of the blooming azaleas! Take a hike with a ranger on the Ravine Gardens State Park trail system and view the beautiful ponds, plants and critters at the park! The hike is family friendly. Participants are encouraged to bring bug spray, water, and closed-toe shoes. The program is free with park entry and for annual park pass holders. Stay after to enjoy a picnic at the park or a wagon tour for $1 donation per person to the Friends of Ravine Gardens State Park. Register by visiting www.ValentinesDayNatureHike.eventbrite.com or by calling the park at 386-3293721. To celebrate Black History month, the Putnam County Library System is hosting a very special event. Derek Hanker son of Freedom Road Trail Productions will be visiting some of the branches and talking about three of Putnam Countys very own citizens who had a hand in the Civil Rights movement. Hankerson is a producer and director for Freedom Road Trail and is involved in the recognition of servant leaders of the Civil Rights movement. He will be visiting the following branch on the following date: Interlachen: Saturday, February 15, 10 a.m. For additional information on this visit, please contact the Putnam County Library Headquarters, 386-329-0126. Wagon Tours Ravine Gardens State Park will host Wagon Tours in February on Saturday, February 15 and 22. Enjoy a guided wagon tour around the beautiful ravine at Ravine Gardens State Park! Tours will begin at 1 p.m., last approximately 25 minutes, and will leave every 30 minutes, from the front of the Roy E. Campbell Civic Center. Learn about the history of the ravine and the park, and plants, animals and ecosystems that make Ravine Gardens a diverse place to visit. The last tour leaves at 2:30 p.m. The tours are $1 per person, and proceeds benet the Friends of Ravine Gardens State Park. Children under 3 are free. Park entry is additional and costs $5 per vehicle for two to eight people, $4 for single occupant vehicles, and $2 for pedestrians and bicyclists. Registration is not required. Gift Boxes Do you have unused greeting cards lying around and dont know what to do with them? Then, join the Crescent City Library Saturday, February 15, at 10 a.m. and learn how to make small gift boxes out of greeting cards! All supplies provided for free. This is a program offered free by the Putnam County Library System, PAL, and the Board of County Commissioners, with additional support from Branch Library Friends groups, the Putnam County Library Board, Inc., and the librarys Fabulous Volunteers. Heart of Art Black History Month Event Ravine Gar dens State Park will host The Heart of Art: Celebrating African American Artists Saturday, February 15, from 5 to 8 p.m., inside the Civic Center. Join Emagine Arts and the Friends of Ravine Gardens State Park as they celebrate Black History Month! The Heart of Art will showcase African American Art visually and musically with historical displays, live jazz, live poetry readings and delectable desserts! Local and guests artists include: Mary Lawson Brown, April Alexander, Jasmine Green, Melissa Clemons, Michaelss Eye, John Alexander, Khamil Ojoho, Salmone, Mary Singleton, Richard Norris, Joe Taylor, Amazin Air Brush by Eddie, Vimalakshi, and Lawrence Waldon. The event is free with park entry. For more information contact Emagine Arts at 904235-2292. RSVP by visiting www.TheHeartofArt.eventbrite. com or by calling the park at 386-329-3721. SJR State College to Hold Dual Enrollment Information Sessions St. Johns River State College will hold information sessions for parents and students interested in the dual enrollment program from 6 to 7 p.m. on the following dates: Monday, February 17 Orange Park Campus, 283 College Drive, Room D0014 Tuesday, February 18 Palatka Campus, 5001 St. Johns Ave., Valhalla Hall (Administration Building, A152) Wednesday, February 19 St. Augustine Campus, 2990 College Drive, Room C116 The dual enrollment program provides eligible high school seniors and juniors the opportunity to earn college credit while earning credit toward a high school diploma. College credits earned are transferable to all Florida state universities as well as some private and out-of-state colleges and universities. Tuition and lab fees are free for all dual enrollment students. Classes are offered locally at high schools and at SJR States three campuses. Public and private high school students as well as homeschooled students are served by this program that was created by Florida Statute 1007.271 and is governed by state law. For more information, contact SJR States dual enrollment ofce at 386-312-4136 or visit online at SJRstate.edu. Bluegrass Music Celebrates at Rodeheaver Boys Ranch Promoters Adams Bluegrass, LLC, announce that the 10th Annual Palatka Bluegrass Festival will be held at Rodeheaver Boys Ranch in Palatka. The three day event begins Thursday, February 20, 12 p.m., with Open Stage daily at 11 a.m. and goes until 10 p.m. each night. The terric line-up features The James King Band, Kody Norris & The Watauga Mountain Boys, The Bluegrass Brothers, Larry Sparks & The Lonesome Ramblers, Dailey & Vincent, Jimmy Fortune, The Stevens Family, Goldwing Express, The Gibson Brothers, The Seldom Scene, The Primitive Quar tet and Ron Thomason and Dry Branch Fire Squad, Cody Shuler & Pine Mountain Railroad, Dry Branch Fire Squad, The Little Roy & Lizzy Show, Marty Raybon & Full Circle, Rhonda Vincent & The Rage, Gene Watson & The Farewell Party Band. Ticket prices: Three Day General Admission Tickets $85 for adults and $45 for children ages 6-13; General Admission Daily Tickets: $3 for adults and $15 for children; Children under 6 get in for free with parents. For more information visit www.adamsbluegrass.com or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. For tickets, call the ticket ofce at 706-864-7203 or Rodeheaver Boys Ranch Camping at 386-328-1281 One Book One Putnam presents the Backcountry Photography Contest One Book One Putnam is holding a photography contest to highlight the selection of Bob Lees Backcountry Lawman as the 10th Anniversary choice for the 2014 county-wide reading event. The contest seeks photographs of the nature and wildlife of Putnam County. In addition to rst and second place cash prizes totaling $300, 18 of the entries will be included in an 18 month calendar for 2014-2015. The winner will be featured on the cover of the calendar. The photographer of the rst place photograph will receive $200, and the second place photographer $100. In addition, the rst place photograph will be used as the cover photo for the calendar. Calendars will be available for purchase at the One Book One Putnam nal event on Thursday, February 27, at the GFWC Womans Club of Palatka. The event begins at 5:30 p.m. and is free and open to all. For general information, contact the Putnam County Library at 386-329-0126 or visit www.onebookcontests.info online. Pomona Park Farmers Market A Farmers Market will be held at the Pomona Park Community Center, rain or shine, the rst Saturday of every month. The market begins at 7 a.m. and will run until 2 p.m. There will also be a pancake breakfast from 7 to 10:30 a.m., and lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. For more information, call Michelle Johnson at 386983-1314 or Joyce Svingala at 386-649-9293.PALATKA LIONS MEETING P alatkaALATKA E lksLKS L oO D geGE PUTNAM COUNTY SHRINE CLUB PUTNAM COUNTY TEA PARTY SCHOOL A DD VISOR Y COUNCIL S evilleEVILLE VIA M eetingEETING SOUTH PUTNAM WOMANS CLUB ST. 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