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Title: The Baker County press
Uniform Title: Baker County press (Macclenny, Fla. 1929)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Tate Powell
Place of Publication: Macclenny Fla
Creation Date: July 28, 2005
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Baker -- Macclenny
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Apr. 12, 1929.
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76th Year, Vol. 15 Thursday July 28, 2005 Macclenny, Florida 500


Williams


among 9


applying

for circuit


judgeship

BY MICHAEL RINKER
Press Staff
Baker County Judge Joey Wil-
liams is scheduled for a job interview
in Gainesville at 2 pm August 15.
By the end of the day he'll know
whether he made the short list of
candidates for a newly created cir-
cuit judgeship.
"I love the job I have, here," Judge
Williams said
in a telephone
interview this
week. "But the
Circuit judge-
ship presents
S' avenues of ser-
Svice to resi-
dents of Baker
County that I
don't hae
now,."
He said the
Judge IVllams new position is
"sorely needed" as rural areas in
this circuit continue to grow.
Each year the Florida Supreme
Court calculates the need for new
judges based largely on caseloads,
and presents it to the Legislature.
This year's budget calls for 55
new judgeships throughout the
state, the first time since 2002 that
legislators approved additional
judges.
Baker County is part of the
Eighth Judicial Circuit, along with
Alachua, Bradford, Gilchrist, Levy
and Union counties.
The circuit is headquartered in
Gainesville. and dominated by offi-,
cials from that area. There are no
circuit judges from Baker County.
"I have no problems with my
:colleagues, but there is only one
judge outside of Alachua," Judge
Williams said. There are 12 judges
in the Eighth Circuit.
Even if he were chosen for the
position, he wouldn't be perma-
nently assigned to Baker, Ife said.
The judges rotate duties among the
counties.
Judge Williams is the only local
among the nine applicants for the
new judgeship.
Alachua has six and Bradford
two. according to Kevin Jurecko,
chairman of the circuit's judicial
nominating committee, which will
forward three to six nominees to
the governor.
Incidentally eight of the com-
mittee's nine members.are from
Alachua or Levy counties. The oth-
er one, Allen Clark, is from Rai-
ford.
Applicants for the new position
include two judges and seven attor-
neys. Jurecko said the judges don't
have an advantage-over the law-
yers.
"I can't speak for the other mem-
bers, but being a judge doesn't nec-
essarily help," he said. "They don't
come in with a graduated point
scale."
He added, however, that they
may benefit from the experience of
having been through the process to
become a judge.
In addition, in some instances a
county judge will sit temporarily as
a designated circuit judge.
Mr. Jurecko said all nine appli-
cants will be interviewed August
15 in Gainesville. Because they
will be taken in alphabetical order,
Judge Williams will be the last to
appear before the committee.
Each interview will be limited to
20 minutes, and will be followed
(Page two please)



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Sumner case tried in acksonville?


BY MICHAEL RINKER
Press Staff
State Attorney Harry Shorstein
of Jacksonville said July 26 he will
decide by Frida) whether to as-
sume jurisdiction in the kidnapping
and murder of a Jacksonville cou-
ple buried just across the Georgia
line from Baker Cbunty.
*Bruce Nixon Jr., an 18-year-old
Macclenny man, is among four
suspects in the case.
"It's a continuing crime, so you
can make a case for Jacksonville,
(Charlton County) Georgia even
arguably Baker Counity," said Mr.
Shorstein, state attorney for the
Fourth Judicial Circuit headquar-


tered in Jacksonville.
"It can be anywhere they were
taken from, or anywhere that a fel-
ony occurred."
He also said federal prosecutors
could claim jurisdiction because
the crime crossed state lines.
After speaking with the chief as-
sistant to the US Attorney in Geor-
gia, however, the prosecutor indi-
cated it's unlikely that office w would
want to take the case. He hasn't
spoken with federal prosecutors in
Florida.
In addition, Charlton County
District Attorney. Rick Currie has
left' itup to Mr. Shorstein to make'
the call.


One factor %working against try-
ing the case in Jackson\ ille is that
there is currently a backlog of 88
murder cases being prosecuted
there.
Mr. Shorstein downplayed that,
however, sa' ing. "That's what they
pay us to do."
SJames and Carol Sumner, both
61, were reported missing from
their Jacksonville home July,-10.
Their car was found abandoned in
Sanderson a couple of days later,
but a search by Jacksonville and
Baker County sheriff's deputies
failed to find anything.
Soon afterward, former Mac-
clenny resident Alan Wade, 18,


along with Michael Jackson, 23,
and Tiffany Cole, 23, of South Car-
olina were arrested in Charleston
,after they were caught using the
Sumners' ATM card.
The three reportedly fingered
Mr. Nixon, who was arrested Jul\
15 for murder, kidnapping and rob--
bery.
After confessing to Jacksonville
police, he led JSO homicide inves-
tigator Dennis Sullivan, Baker
County Sheriff Joey Dobson and
Chief Chuck Brannan to the cou-
ple's bodies buried near a hunting
rapoff Stokes Road in Geo.gi;i, a
(Page twoplease)


BY JIM McGAULEY
Press Publisher
Maggi Chow hasn't been in the-
United States much more than 72
hours and she's amazed at the open
spaces and sheer expanse of her
new, temporary home..
Baker County's first foreign ex-
change student from the Orient,
here as part of the Rotary Interna-
tional Outbound program, arrived
on Sunday and thus has just under
two weeks before she enters Baker
County High School for the acade-
mic y.ear.
She's the guest of Cindy and Cal
Oglesby and will be living at their
residence in the Glen Plantation
along with the couple's sons Nlah-
Ion, Cal and Taylor.
In Maggi's native Taipei, Tai-
wan, capitol of non-Communist
Republic of China, land is at a pre-
mium. One has to.venture into the
countryside to escape the mass of
concrete and steel that make up the
city of 2.6 million souls. .
"Here you have all the land, and
the dogs, cats and even a horse."
exclaims the 18-year-old in broken
English. "It is very different."
The open spaces of Baker Coun-
ty and the Glen Plantation aren't
the only things she will find vastly
different from Taipei, where she is
nearly finished with her secondary
(high school) education.
Her school day begins at 7:30 am
back home, the same as BCHS. But
Maggi (whose Chinese name is
Hsing Ping, pronounced Shing
Ping) is going to feel like she has a
world of free time when classes
dismiss at the high school in the
early afternoon (1:43).
The school day at home ends at
9:30 pm you read that right. Stu-
dents often then have several hours
of studying when they get home.
And they go to school Monday
through Saturday, Occasionally


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Newly arrived and in storefor a much shorter school day: Maggi Chow with host Cindy Oglesby and her son Mahlon.


they return on Sunday for testing.
The Chinese, both on her island na-
tion and on the mainland in the
People's Republic, take education
very seriously.
Maggi says her entrance test
scores were not high enough to
qualify for college, and she will
likely enter a trade school to study
hotel management (Taiwan has a
hefty tourist trade).
One of the areas of concentra-
tion in that field is cooking, which
happens to be Maggi's favorite pas-
time, along with reading.
"I want to know a lot of people
and study more English. And a lot
of people here don't know about


Taiwan and I can teach them," says
Maggi, who brought with her a
hand-held electronic translator, a
device she often consults.
That kind of personal connect
with another culture is the reason
Rotary International launched and
supports the exchange programs
worldwide.
"One ofthe main goals is to pro-
mote peace in the future," adds Ms.
Oglesby, a Baker County realtor
and member of the sponsoring Ro-
tary Club here.
"A lot of kids here have no idea
about Taiwan or its people, and we
feel once they get to know some-
one from there it forms a personal


connection. It makes the world a
smaller place," said Ms. Oglesby.
Last year, Lloyd and Lois Ad-
cock of Macclenny hosted Rotary
student Rikki Ledang, who was
from Norway, and Ms. Oglesby in-
dicated Maggi will live with two
other hosts during the coming
school year. She is the club's Youth
Exchange Officer.
Rotary also is seeking sponsor
students 15-19 years old from the
Baker County area to send overseas
next year. The Rotary district this
fall is hosting 22 foreign students
like Maggi in cities like Daytona,
(Page two please)


Reads jury


correctly;


bolts prior


to verdict

Captured next day;
gets 20 years

BY MICHAEL RINKER
Press Staff
If nothing else, William Hand
sure can read a jury.
After completion of testimony and
closing arguments in his trial July 19
on assorted felonies, jurors began de-
liberations around 4:45 pm.
Mr. Hand, who had been free on
bond, left the
courtroom and
purportedI 7:
went across the .. .. -
street to a oonve-
nience store to ';. "
get something to ..a-.
drink ,
About twen- "'
ty minutes later. -: ...
the jury return-
ed, but the de-
fendant didn't.
Apparently. Mr. Hand
Mr. Hand left on
foot.
Even his wife, waiting in the court-
room, didn't know\ he'd absconded, ac-
cording to a court official.
He remained at large until the
next da) when sheriff's Investiga-
tor Mike Combs stopped a car for a
traffic violation.
Mr. Hand, passenger in the car,
jumped out and fled into the woods
near Steel Bridge Road.
A prison canine team tracked
him down, and he was brought in.
As it turned out, he had good
reason to run. The jury convicted
him on two counts of aggravated
assault of a police officer, aggravat-
ed fleeing, felony DUI, resisting an
officer without violence, and felony
driving without a license.
Jurors found him not guilty of
throws\ ing a deadly missile, in this
case a beer bottle police said he
threw at them during a high-speed
chase.
Circuit Judge David Giant later
sentenced him to a total of 20 years
in prison.
Ironically, another defendant
standing trial before Judge Giant
July 22 fled the courtroom in Ala-
chua County. Authorities later found
him in Georgia, dead of an appar-
ent suicide.
Mr. Hand, 30, of Macclenny,
was arrested November 28 last year
after he refused to stop for a Flori-
da Highway Patrol officer who
tried to -pull him over in Glen St.
Mary around 1:25 am.
Instead, he accelerated east on
US 90 from CR 125.
Deputy Thomas Dyal pulled in
behind Mr. Hand, who slammed on
his brakes trying to make the offi-
cer hit his truck.
Deputy Darrin Whitaker then
pulled alongside Mr. Hand, who
veered toward the officer trying to
run him off the road.
He continued toward Macclenny
at about 83 miles per hour.
He drove past Deputy James
Parham III, who joined the chase at
Lowder Street.
Mr. Hand lost control of his ve-
hicle while trying to turn north on
Sixth Street.
He ran up onto a dirt bank
around the parking lot of the CVS
store, and tried to get back onto
Sixth Street, but found the exit
blocked by Deputy Dyal.
Mr. Hand wheeled around the
store and tried to ram Deputy Bill
Starling's patrol car.
He got back onto US 90, headed
west, but turned on West Boulevard
and took several side streets. He
ended up on SR 228, then SR 121,
traveling north in the southbound
lane where he ran a car off the
road.


(Page two please)


THE OPEN SPACES...

County's first Asian exchange student taken aback by vastness

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Reads jury correctly...


(from page one)
It was then, with Deputy Dyal
behind him, that Mr. Hand alleg-
edly tossed a beer bottle at the of-
ficer's car.
Deputy Whitaker placed stop

The open

spaces...
(from page one)
Ucala and iainesville.
Most have arrived in the US in
recent days and the entire delega-
tion will have several meetings
throughout the year. In addition;
all exchange students are signed
up for appearances at local Rotary
Clubs and at other schools.
Maggi doesn't have a boyfriend
back in Taipei; dating is discourag-
ed until age 20 (who has time any-
way going to school until 9:30?).
In a few weeks, she will also be
introduced to football for the first
time. Basketball and baseball later
in the year are old hat both enjoy
widespread popularity in Taiwan.
She'll have an instant favorite to
cheer for when the Wildcat grid
season gets underway. Mahlon Og-
lesby is on the Cat squad.
Though the Taiwanese culture
is among the most western of all in
that part of the world, Maggi Chow
will be in for a barrage of contrasts
in coming months, starting with
the shorter school day beginning
next week.
Her English will no doubt im-
prove with the passing weeks, and
Baker County's "wide-open spac-
es" will not appear as vast as they
do in these, the beginning days of
her big adventure.
It's a sure bet that Baker County
will always remain in Maggie
Chow's mind positive or other-
wise as her first step in a journey
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drive about 60 miles an hour with
the flat tire, swerving back and
forth across the road.
After about three miles, his
truck began smoking and leaking
oil. He slowed to about 15 .miles
per hour and jumped from the ve-
hicle.
Deputies eventually restrained
him after twice hitting him with a
jolt from a Taser'gun.
SMr. Hand told police he was in
a bad mood because he'd been out
drinking and his wife. had been
flirting with one of his friends.
He said he'd gotten into a fist
fight with the man.
When he saw the state trooper,
he figured he was going to jail, so
he tried to flee.
When Deputy Dyal asked him,
why he tried to ram patrol cars,
Mr. Hand said he would do any-
thing to get to the St. Marys River
where he could get away.


Sumner...

(from page o .)
few miles'north of Baker County.
Mr. Nixon said he and his ac-
complices had dug the graves a
couple of days before they kidnap-
ped the Sumners. The plan was to
scare them into giving up the PIN
to their ATM card.
Investigators said the couple.
both in poor health, were forced
into the trunk of their car at gun-
point, driven to Charlton County
and buried.
Police sources say they were
buried alive.
Under Florida law, the heinous
nature of the crime and the appar-
ent "cold, calculated premedita-
tion" with which it was conducted-
allow\ prosecutors to seek the death
penalty.
When asked whether that would
be a factor in his decision, Mr.
Shorstein said, "'It's not appropri-:
ate to shop jurisdictions."
He also said Florida law pro-
vides for mitigating factors against
the death penalty, including a sus-
pect's age.


Williams among 9...


(from page one),
by a IU minute discussion among
committee members.
By the end of the day, the com-
mittee will contact all candidates
to tell them whether they made the
cut.
Mr. Jurecko said that by the time
the interviews are conducted, com-
mittee members will have,spoken
to references, as well as others fa-
miliar with the candidates.
Among the factors to be weigh-
ed are temperament, academics,
reputation, background and finan-
cial situation.
"The governor would like six
[candidates], and we'll try to give
him that many if we can," Jurecko


said.
Judge Williams, 40, has spent
13 years on the Baker County
bench.
Before that he was a private at-
torney and spent two years as an
assistant state attorney in Monroe
County.
He was born in Jacksonville,
but raised in Baker County, gradu-
ating from high school here.
His wife is Anna Williams, a lo-
cal real estate agent.


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disorderly conduct.
Thomas Alford, 27, had just left
the parking lot near Woody's
restaurant and turned south onto
SR 121.
Deputy James Parham III no-
ticed his truck's tag light wasn't
working and pulled in behind him.
. Mr. Alford then braked hard
and veered into the. S&S Food
Store parking lot.
When the officer activated his
emergency lights, Mr. Alford sped
through the lot, weaving between
cars sitting at the gas pumps, but
then quickly stopped in front of
the store.
After acknowledging he'd "had
me some beer," he failed several
roadside sobriety tests and was ar-
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As the officer spoke with Mr. east on U.S. 90 at 9:19 pm when
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He refused two requests to put When Deputy William Starling
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Alford, however, took the beer and got out and fled. He was later
placed it there. found and released to his mother.
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Mr. Brevaldo was arrested for failure to use his turn signal, then


was arrested for misdemeanor pos-
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Goodwill getupss'


replace new togs


for back-to-school


MY SIDE OF

THE MATTER


"Hey, Dad, what do you think
about this shirt?" my son Spencer
asked me the other day. He had a
faded yellow shirt with a plumbing
company's name on it. It looked
about 30 years old.
"Where did you get that thing?"
"The Goodwill in Tallahassee
when we went to visit Sara. It's the
best isn't it? I paid 50o for it."
"And worth every penny, I
might add."
"I'm thinking of wearing it on
the first day of school."
"What?"
Spencer is entering the high
school this year.
"Yeah," he said excitedly. "With
these shorts."
He held up a pair of 1980 era
shorts Jimmy Connors or John Mc-
Enroe might have worn. "Pretty'
sweet, huh?"
"What happened to the idea of
dressing up on the first day of
school? When I was in school, kids
used to dress up in some of the new
stuff they bought over the summer."
"This is sort of like that. This is
new/old stuff."
"I don't know that your brother
will want to be seen in the same
hallway as you in that getup."
Spencer nodded his head and
walked out of the room and I went'
back to reading my book.: About
ten minutes later, his big brother,
who will be a junior this year,
strolled in.
"Hey Dad."
He posed with his hands on his
hips. He had on a pair of red shorts
like Spencer's, a tiny blue t-shirt
with writing so faded you could
barely read it, tube socks up to
mid-calf and a terry cloth head-
band.
"Oh oh," I said. "It's the return
of Bjorn Borg. Let me guess,
Goodwill in Tallahassee."
"The whole outfit for $1.25.
Spencer picked up a 1980s Johnny
Carson brand three-piece suit for
$7.00. Looks sweet."
"This is your first day of school
outfit?"
"Old school," he answered
"Real old school. I'd say about
1982, to be exact. You don't think
people will make fun of you in
that?"
"Heck no," he said. "Pretty soon
everybody'will want an outfit like
this."
"Has your girlfriend seen this
outfit?"
"Not yet."
"Figures."
I love my sons. They have the
absolute best self-concepts. They
love to do things that are a little out
in left field that make them stand
apart from the crowd. Dylan, who
is on the tennis team, really wanted
to compete in one of these John
McEnroe outfits. He thought it
would disrupt his competition's
concentration.
"All you need now is a He-Man
Masters of the Universe backpack


and you'll be all set."
"We have better than that. Spen-
cer, go get our backpacks."
Spencer ran out of the room and
came back with backpacks inscrib-
ed with a big red cross.
"These are the coolest back-
packs ever," said Spencer.
"Swiss Army backpacks," said
Dylan.
"They last forever," said Spen-
cer.
"They're flame resistant," said
Dylan.
"Are you expecting to come up
against any flamethrowers on your
way to English class?"
"Probably not, but they're great
for hall jousting," said Dylan.
"Hall jousting?"
"Yep, something we invented.
We think it will catch on.",
"Let's show him," said Spencer.
They flipped their backpacks
around so they faced the front of
their chests.
"You have to get at opposite
sides of the hallway and come in at
the same time."
"What ho!" yelled Dylan. "Who
are'st thou, sir knight."
"I am Spencimus, son of Bob."
"Let's joust!"
They charged across the room as
if they were on horseback with
their right arms extended. As they
come together, they stiff-arm each
other in the backpack. Spencer
spun and yelled and gave a melo-
dramatic shout then rolled around
on the floor in a dramatic death
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Gamble with the law and you'll forfeit

pride, trust andpeople who careabout you
Dear Editor:
I have been receiving The Baker County Press since I was incarcerated, and I have read about a
lot of young adults getting into trouble. Though I am still young myself, and have a lot to go
through, prison is not the kind of situation anyone should have to go through.
People say young people are our future. That's true, but if they keep breaking the law there is no
future for any of us. The law is not something you want to gamble with, because you lose every
time.
It's also true that "age is wisdom." I was hard-headed and thought parents and adults didn't know
better than me. Now look where I am. I still have a chance, and I know if I would have listened and
knew then what I know now, I would've been the role model student anda role model person.
I hated it when my parents put me on restriction, yelled at me and told me when to be in. Well,
imagine being 25 and being told when to, eat, how to dress, when to shower and when you can go
outside. Here in prison, that happens every second of every day people yelling at you day in and'
day out. People violating every personal space you have. There is no privacy here.
I only wish that I had homework or I'could come home and listen to my parents lecturing me. I
know that when you are young, you wish you had a better life. Trust what I say; there is worse! You
think your parents don't care about you. If you only knew!
Prison is for no one, and the law isn't something you want to gamble with; you will lose. I care
about you because you are the future you just don't know it yet. You have the potential to be any-
thing you want,,anddrugs, stealilg, alcohol and violence are all not'worthit,,They will bring you to,
a place like this, to have your pride, trust and people'-ho care about you stripped away.
GEORGE J. RODRIGUEZ
New River Correctional- Raiford, Florida


Newspaper wins five

more NNA accolades
The Baker County Press was notified it won five additional awards,
including a first place, in the National Newspaper Association's annu-
al Better Newspaper contest.
It brings the number of state and national awards this year to 18;
others were from the Florida Press Association and the National Fed-
eration of Press Women. NNA is the largest single organization for
newspapers in the United States. ?
In addition to the honorable mention award to Rusty Hayes for an
accident photo announced earlier, the NNA will be conferring the fol-
lowing at its annual meeting this fall in Milwaukee:
*/ First place to Michael Rinker for his coverage of a December,
2004 murder-suicide.
V Third place to Mr. Rinker in the humor column category for his"
musings on reporting for jury duty.
V Second place to Mr. Rinker for a serious column in which he:
chided Fraser Hospital's administrator for exaggerating a "five-star"
citation while remaining openly hostile to the public's right to know.
v Third place to Mr. Rinker for investigative and in-depth reporting
on the state's "Operation Blackberry" bust in early 2004.
/Honorable mention to Nancy Szanto for an editorial on "good old
boys" and zoning. .
The judging covered submitted work in specific categories publish-
ed last year.

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The Town of Baldwin Recreation Task Force will
hold a public meeting on Tuesday, August 2,
2005, at 5 pm, at the Baldwin Town Hall, 10 US
90 West, Baldwin, FL 32234-1832, for the sole
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'Mayberry'

may just

have to go

it without

developers

BY MICHAEL RINKER
Press Commentary
One of the concerns associated
with the type of growth Baker
County is beginning to experience
is the type of businesses we're in-
viting in.
Are they good corporate citi-
zens? Do they care about more than
just swooping in, making a buck
and moving on? Will they stand by
the promises they make? Can you
take them at their word?
After what happened to Glen St.
Mary last week, we may want to
look a little more closely at Forte
Macaulay Development.
After approaching Glen officials
with plans for a subdivision that
would have doubled the town's
population and increased its area
by more than half, Forte Macaulay
changed its mind at the last minute.
A representative told Mayor Jua-
nice Padgett the company no long-
er wanted to be annexed into Glen,
opting instead to develop the prop-
erty as part of the county.
"It was a surprise. I was real dis-
appointed they did this," Ms. Pad-
gett said. "They did an economic
impact study that showed it would
be better to go in the county."
Wouldn't it have made more
Sense to do the study before asking
the town to adopt ordinances to
support the development?
SBecause no legally binding deals
were struck, Forte Macaulay can do
what it wants.'Nonetheless, it was a
weasel move.
I shouldn't be surprised, howev-
er, because I heard that one of its
representatives had been talking
about how much they liked doing
business with Glen because it re-
' minded them of"Mayberry."
How quaint.
Maybe it wasn't said with overt
condescension, but it's not hard to
see how these city slickers from
Melbourne viewed their future
neighbors. /
I made a couple of calls to P.
Michael Evans, vice president of
land acquisition and sales for Forte
Macaulay. He didn't return my
messages, but maybe he was busy,
or maybe out looking for the next
Hooterville.
Before Forte Macaulay backed
out of its tentative agreement with
Glen, the town council was sched-
uled to adopt an ordinance approv-
ing the annexation of 148 acres be-
tween Baker County High School
and the Little St. Mary's River.
Glen officials have ambitious
plans for remaking the town, in-
cluding annexing new develop-
ments in the corridor east of the
town limits to the river, then ex-
tending north past the high school
and south past US 90.
Ms. Padgett said she and mem-
bers of the town council will have to
figure out how Forte Macaulay's de-
cision affects those plans, "
The development, called Grey-
stone, had called for and maybe
still calls for 2302 single-family
homes clustered on 128 acres away
from the river, with about 20 acres
of green space as a buffer between
it and the development.
"We asked them if there was
anything we could do to change
their mind, but they said no," Ms.
Padgett said.
Well, don't worry none, Miss
Bea. We still got Opie and Andy,
Goober and Barney, and all the
good people of Mayberry, where
every episode ends on a happy


note.
So maybe it's a good thing we
got rid of the bad people from the
big city before they had a chance to
rewrite the script.


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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, July 28, 2005 Page Four

'Head-butts'

Early-pay discounts lopped off patrol cars

$535,000 in property tax revenues she s arrested


The bad news is local govern-
ment agencies failed to get more
than a half million dollars in tax
revenue last year, just under 5% of
the total $10.9 million tax roll cer-
tified in the fall of 2004.
But it's counterbalanced by the
good news:
Most of the shortfall was in
the form of discounts to property
owners who paid their taxes early
- giving government use of the
money in the first quarter of the
fiscal year. But it also amounts to
57.7% that will never be collected
of the total $534,961 on the "er-
rors and insolvencies list" which
Tax Collector Gene Harvey pre-
sented to the Baker County Com-
mission July 18.
Some of the revenue is still


pending and will be collected later.
The county is holding $10,659 in
certificates for unpaid fire protec-
tion and solid waste disposal as-
sessments. Payment will come
when the owners or their heirs pay
up the liens, often in order to sell
the property.
Another big segment of delayed
payment, $17,983, is in abeyance
because owners are involved in
federal bankruptcies. Another
$21,563 is unpaid for personal
property levies.
Overall, the collection rate is
more than 95% of $10.9 million
billed by Collector Harvey early
last November.
Governments routinely antici-
pate the shortfall, building budgets
around what they expect will actu-
ally be collected. County finance


officer Debbie Perryman, for in-
stance, figures 5% off all revenues
before calculating money the com-
mission has for the coming fiscal
year.
Mr Harvey told the commission
a higher than usual amount for "er-
rors" this year was because litiga-
tion by CSX and Norfolk Southern
railroads was completed. The rail-
roads routinely contest assess-
ments determined by the Florida
Department of Revenue, and re-
sulted in $132,291 of lowered lev-
ies to the two rail carriers.
The discounts to early payers at
$303,046 are by far the. the largest
portion, and will never be collect-
ed. Taxpayers who pay within the
first month after bills are mailed
get 4% off the total bill, dropping
a percentage point each month af-
ter until March when the full levy
.is due. After that, penalties begin
,to accrue.
Property on which taxes go un-
paid is advertised for sale of tax
certificates.
Investors bid an interest rae' at
an auction held in late May; they
get their reward either when the
owner pays the taxes plus penal-
ties including the certificate inter-
est, or when the property is sold:
and lienholders are reimbursed.


A Macclenny woman arrested
July 18 for hitting her live-in
boyfriend in the face, also was
charged with resisting an officer
and property damage after head-
butting the patrol car, causing
"considerable damage."
Lindsay Chace, 19, had just
learned she was pregnant, found
her boyfriend, Christopher Woolf,
who was at a friend's house, and
started arguing with him. She then
hit him in the face.
Deputy David Morgan arrived
around 4:15 pm at the friend's
house on Stoddard Avenue in Glen
St. Mary.
Ms. Chace admitted hitting Mr.
Woolf, then refused the officer's
directive to sit in the patrol car.
Instead, angry that he'd called
police, she again hit him in the
face.
Deputy Morgan and Deputy
Jeffrey Dawson each grabbed one
of her arms and led her to the car.
She resisted, and they had to put
her on the trunk to handcuff her.
As they tried to put her in the
car, she fell to her knees and began.
to head-butt the rear fender.
Mr. Woolf said he didn't want:
to press charges, but Deputy Mor-
gan arrested Ms. Chace based on
his observations at the scene.


A Macclenny woman told po-
lice July 21 that a man stopped to
shoot a snake on Smokey Road
and the pellets struck and damaged
her car.
Jessica Rhoden said she was
visiting friends when the unidenti-
fied man drove by around 9:10
pm. He was driving a maroon
Chevrolet Truck with hunting
stickers on both sides of the rear
window.
He stopped at the intersection
of Horseshoe Loop and Smokey
Road, about 100 feet from where
Ms. Rhoden, April Goff and Beth-
any McCrary were sitting.
When he pulled out a shotgun,
the women shouted to him that
they were nearby.


SHe shouted back that he was
trying to kill a snake, then fired the
gun.
Ms: Rhoden heard the pellets
hit her car and the women fled.
After the man drove away, Ms.
Rhoden walked out to the road and
found a 20 gauge shotgun shell
and a dead snake.
In another weapons-related in-
cident, Robert Foster, 29, of Glen
St. Mar) w as arrested July 18 for
violating probation.
Acting on a tip that Mr. Foster
had guns, probation officers and
Deputy Thomas Dyal went to his
home on CR 125 north around
6:07 pm.
They found a muzzle loader and
three hunting bows.


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Drunk,

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on doors


of a home
A Sanderson man was arrested
July 22 for disorderly intoxication
after a woman called police to
report a strange man walking
around her home knocking on
doors.
Tony Hammonds, 42, was
standing behind the home on L.E.
Harvey Road when Deputy Bill
Starling arrived at 8:05 pm.
Mr. Hammonds had a strong
odor of alcohol about him and had
difficulty maintaining his balance.
He said he was visiting some-
one at the home, but resident Carol
Hodges said she didn't know him
and had never seen him before.
Mr. Hammonds was arrested
and placed.in the patrol car, where
he cursed and demanded a ciga-
rette. He then began spitting on the
windows.
In another disorderly conduct
case, Judy Hicky, 56, was arrested
July 22 after begging at the Citgo
station on CR 125 near Interstate'
10. The arrest report did not list an
address for her.
Earlier in the day she'd been
told to leave the S&S Food Store
for begging. At that time she was
slightly intoxicated.
Deputy David Morgan found
her around 4:27 pm after she left
the Citgo and walked to the medi-
an of 1-10.
At that time she seemed more
intoxicated and appeared to have
urinated in her pants.
She was arrested because she
was uncooperative and presented a
hazard to herself and motorists on
the interstate.


Harvest is

hit with sex

abuse suit
In a case similar to a trio of oth-"
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bstudJnt filcJ a la'%y.uit 14,s mu.qith
alleging sexual abu-e'at the hands
of the brother of the pastor of Har-
vest Baptist Church in the Arling-
ton section of Jacksonville.
This is the first such action in
which the church is named as the
main defendant. The alleged abuse
of plaintiff Wayne Francis occur-
red at the church's school in Jack-
son illc, Harvest Christian Aca-
demy.
'Five other sex abuse lawsuits
have been filed .against Camp
Tracey in Taylor, owned and oper-
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dent students at the camp and
school for troubled youths. Two of
the suits were settled in 2003;
three current\ pend.
The sale Miami attorney as in
the former actions filed the latest
suit alleging Mr. Francis was
abused in 1991 and 1992 while'on
a canoe trip and at a .basketball
camp. The plaintiff was 14 at the
time, according to the filing.
The alleged perpetrator, as in
the other suits, is Cedric McCor-
mick, a former counselor. He is the
brother of Wilford McCormick,
pastor ;at Har\ est Baptist and
founder of Camp Tracey, named
after his deceased son. L
Both the McCormicks are from
Baker County.

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Fight arrest

Police arrested a Macclenny
woman July 21, and were looking
for a 17-year-old girl after the two
had a fight on South Boulevard
and Grissholm Street.
Xa% ier Ruise, 20, .was charged
with battery after the Second time
Deputy Jimmy Stalnaker respond-
ed to the fight around 7:05 pm.
The girl told police that Ms.
Ruise approached her, and they
began to argue. She said Ms. Ruise
punched her.
Ms. Ruise told police said the
girl hit her first.


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may also be some dizziness. It is
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Begin by getting the person out of
the heat and into a cooler place.
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and apply cool wet cloths. If the
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minutes and make sure the person
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, July 28, 2005 Page Five



PUBLIC RELEASE


The. Baker County School Board has announced its policy for free and re-
duced price meals available for children unable to pay the full price of meals
served under the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs.
The district's administrative office has a copy of the policy, which may be
reviewed by any interested party.
The 'following household size and income criteria will be used for deter-
mining eligibility:
FLORIDA INCOME ELIGIBILITY GUIDELINES
FOR FREE AND REDUCED PRICE MEALS
Effective from August 1, 2005 to June 30, 2006

FREE MEAL SCALE


Household size Annually
1 12,441
2 16,679
3 .20,917
4 25,155
5 29,393
6 33,631
7 37,869
8 42,107
For each additional
family member, add +4,238


Monthly
1,037
1,390
1,744
2,097
2,450
2,803
3,156
3,509

+354


Bi-Monthly
519
695
872
1,049
1,225
1,402
1,578
1,755

+177


Bi-Weekly
479
642
805
968
1,131
1,294
1,457
1,620


Weekly
240
321
403
484
566
647
729
810


+163 +82


REDUCED MEAL SCALE


Household size
1
2
3
4
5
6
78
8


Annually
17,705
23,736
29,767
35,798
41,829
47,860
53,891
59,922


For each additional
family member, add +6,031


Monthly
1,476
1,978
2,481
2,984
3,486
3,989
4,491
4,994

+503


Bi-Monthly
738
989
1,241
1,492
1,743
1,995
2,246
2,497

+252


Bi-Weekly
681
913
1,145
1,377
1,609
1,841
2,073
2,305


Weekly
341
457
573
689
805
921
1,037
1,153


+232 +116


Children from families whose income is'at or below the levels shown are eligible for
free or reduced price meals.
Only one free and reduced price meal application is needed for each family. If
approved for frie- or reduced price meals, each child living.in your household and at-
tending a Baker County public school listed on the family meal application would d be
eligible. If applying for nlore than one Foster Child'(a legal responsibility of a welfare
agency or, court) in your household, you must complete a separate application for each
child.
Application forms are being sent to all homes with a lener to parents or guardians.
To apply for free or reduced price meals, households should fill out the application and
return it to the school. Copies are also available at the principal's office in each school.
If you have questions, or need assistance completing the application, call the Nutrition
SSen ices office at 9IoW) 259-4330. ,
The information pro\ ided on the application will be used for the purpose of deter-
, mining eligibility and may be verified at any time during the school year by school
and or'-r herprogram official, .
Households that receive Food Stamps or TANT Temporar3 Assistance to Needy
Families) are required to list on the application only the child's name and Food Stamp
number or TANF case number, and signature of adult household member.
For the school officials to determine eligibility, all other households must provide
the following information listed on the application::
.(1) names of all children in your household attending a Baker County Public
School;
(2) names of all houschLld members related or not;
(3) the total gross income receipt% ed last month and how ofter it was received next to
the name of the household-member receiving the income under the appropriate column
as to the type of income it is (such as earning from work, child support, social security,
etc.);
(4) Social Security number of the adult signing the application or check the box in-
dicating the, do not have a Social Security number;
(5) and the signature of an adult household member certifying that the information
provided,is correct.
Households that have a householdmember in the military and receive housing
allowances as part of the Military Housing Privatization Initiative, should not in-
clude their housing allowance as income. All other allowance must be included in
their gouss income.
Households with deployed service members are to consider them as part of
their household and to report only the portion of the deployed service member's
income made available to the household. Any other income for other members in
the household should be reported.
Households that hst a Food Stamp or TANF case number must report to the school
when Food Stamps or TANF are no longer received. Applications may be submitted at
any time during the year.
Under the provisions of the free and reduced price meal policy, each school will re-
Siet\ applications and determine temporary eligibility. If a parent or guardian is dissatis-
fied \ ith the ruling of the official, he/she may wish to discuss the decision with the de-
termining official on an informal basis. If the parent wishes to make a formal appeal,
he/she may make a request either verbally by contacting the Nutrition Services office at
259--330. or in writing to: Office of the Superintenident, 392 South Blvd. East, Mac-
clenn., Florida 32063. The policy contains an outline of the hearing procedure.
If a household member becomes unemployed or if the household size changes, the
school should be contacted. Such changes may make the children of the household eli-
gible for reduced price meals, or for additional benefits such as free meals, if the house-
hold income falls at or below the levels shown above'
In certain cases, foster children are also eligible for these benefits. If a household has
foster children living with them and wishes to apply for such meals for the foster
child/student, the household should contact the school for more information.
If you are applying for a child that is homeless, migrant, or a runaway call
your child's school or the Nutrition Services office at (904) 259-4330.
Unless indicated otherwise on the application, the information on the free and
reduced price meal application may be used by the school system in determining
whether the child is eligible for other educational programs.
In the operation of child feeding programs administered by the U.S. Department of
Agriculture, no child will be discriminated against because of race, color, sex, national
origin, age or handicap. If any member of a household believes he/she has been dis-
criminated against, he/she should write immediately to the Secretary of Agriculture,
Washington, D.C. 20250.
If you have other questions or need help, call (904) 259-4330
Si necesita ayuda, por favor lame al telefono: (904) 259-4330
Si vous voudriez d'aide, contactez nous au number: (904) 259-4330


200-2006 School Year
Dear Parent/Guardian:
We are excited to be back at school serving our Baker County children. In order to con-
tinue a successful school meal program with no increase in meal prices, it is vital that we
have your cooperation with meal prepayments. Parents are strongly encouraged to pay in
advance for school meals. The Constitution of the State of Florida prohibits state agen-
cies from extending credit to aid individuals and in the past, "no lunch money" emergen-
cies have been greatly abused. It is for this reason that we encourage you to pay on your
child's account as often as you like. All monies are carried over from day to day. week to
week, etc. Students having no money on their accounts or which have not been approved for.
free meal benefits, will not be allowed to participate in the breakfast program. If extensive
credit has been provided, please expect a phone call or note from the Nutrition Services
Manager or Principal at your child's school. It is your responsibility to check periodically
for your child's account balance. Meal charges are not permitted at Baker County Middle
School and Baker County High School. If your child is entering Baker County Middle
School or Sixth Grade Center for the first time, please be sure to send lunch money or a
lunch. If not, he/she will be asked to call you from the front office.

If your child is enrolled at the new Pre-K/Kindergarten Center. Macclenny Elementary or
Westside Elementary and eats breakfast at home, he/she should report directly to the class-
room teacher. Please be sure that your child has a nutritious breakfast at home or has money:
available in their account to eat breakfast at school. At lunchtime, we ask that yousend
lunch money or a lunch with your child.

Children entering school for the first time who expect to eat "free" because their brothers
or sisters do. most likely will be approved for meal benefits once an application is submit-
ted. However, the child must bring money until he/she receives an approval letter from the
Nutrition Services office. In order to allow parents time to submit updated application
forms, returning students may eat based on the previous year's free or reduced status until
August 25th. If you are not certain of your child's free or reduced status or if you have a
question about free and reduced meal approval, please call our office at 259-4330.
REMEMBER!
ONLY ONE (1) FREE AND REDUCED MEAL APPLICATION IS NEEDED
FOR THE ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD!
(A separate meal application is needed for each foster child)
The Nutrition Services team has something to offer everyone such as daily menu choic-
es, chef salads, and a low ala carte milk price of 35q for students who bring their lunch. We
value our students and strive to provide them with the highest quality of service. Please feel
free to contact your Nutrition Services Manager, as listed below regarding school meals,
service, prepayments, and account balances:
Pre-K/Kindergarten/6th Grade Center, Cindy Sanders, 259-0375
Macclenny Elementary, Wanda Lanier 259-2881
Westside Elementary, Marlene Rhoden 259-6633
Keller Intermediate, Sue Bumsed 259-4331
Baker County Middle School, Nancy Ash 259-3020
Baker County High School, Pat Blackburn 259-6286 (ask for cafeteria)
Sincerely,
Cathy B. Golon, Director of Nutrition Services







THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursda, July 28, 2005 Page Six T create

Driver of

.. dump truck
S. The sheriff's department arrest-
S s u ed a Sanderson woman July 21 af-
ter she threatened to get a gun dur-
ing an argument with a dump truck
driver.
i Deborah Blinco, 47, was charg-
Sed with assault and disorderly con-
duct.
The truck driver, Kenneth Mur-
phy, said he was dropping off a
load of dirt around 11 am when
she began arguing with him. about
.. using an access road near Cavalry
.-0. Lane in Sanderson.
...- -. .. Apparently, there is a civil dis-
..- pute over the issue. Ms. Blinco
S had strung barbed wire across the
road and parked several vehicles
in an attempt to block the road.
Mr. Murphy told Deputy Ben
Anderson that Ms. Blinco threat-
ened to go back to her house and

Trip flips, injures driver avoiding semi on 6th St. gShe admitted to the officer that
Rescue workers and Macclenny fire volunteers prepare to transport Matthew Green, 18, of Macclenny to Fraser Hospital where he was Ms. Blinco was extremely agi-
treated and released following an accident the afternoon of July 25 at South 6th and Lowder in the -city. The driver told Deputy Adam
Faircloth he was northbound on 6th and the brakes on his 2001- Mazda malfunctioned as he tried to evade a braking semi-truck. The truck tated and yelling as she spoke with
rolled over and came to rest rightside up. A witness said the pickup possibly struck the rear of the larger truck, and it continued north with- Deputy, Anderson. When she re-
out stopping. Deputy Faircloth said other officers were unable to find damage to a truck matching the description that was stopped head- fused to calm down, she was ar-
ing north from Macclenny. The accident happened about 2:00. PHOTO BY RusTY HAYES rested.


Loitering couple arrested Deliverers needed for meals

for felony pot possession BY MARY BAXA comes with it are, to some seniors,
Council on Aging Director their reason forgetting out of bed
A1.


A man and woman were arrest-
ed July 22 in Sanderson and charg-
ed with felony possession of mari-
juana after police saw them loiter-
ing near a closed business late at
night.
Deputy Brad Dougherty was
conducting.a property check at the
229 Club around 9:21 pm when he
noticed two people standing out-
side the Council on Aging build-
ing on CR 229.
Brittany Paige, 19, of Macclen-
ny and Anthony Evans, 20,'of
Norfolk, Virginia were unable to
provide an answer when the offi-
cer asked them why they were


Woman ATM
A Glen St. Mary woman told
police July 22 that someone used.
an ATM to withdraw $356 from
her checking account.
Raquel Rentz said she'd had her
ATM card w ith her and there were
no others under her name.
She told police she bought
some merchandise online at the
beginning of the month.
Officials from Vystar Credit
Union confirmed someone had
taken her card information off the
Web and made an ATM card,
which was being used in Vietnam.
In another fraud case, a San-
derson woman was arrested for
grand theft after trying to pass
bogus money orders at local finan-
cial institutions.
On June 16, Aletha Klouda, 48,
deposited a money order for $2500
at Country Federal Credit Union in
Macclenny. It was later found to

Cancer group
The monthly meeting of the
Baker County Cancer Support
Group will be on Tuesday. August.
2 at 7:00 pm in the meeting room.
of the Baker County Health De-
partment.
All cancer patients, survivors,
their families and caregivers are
urged to attend the meetings. If
you want to know more about the
group, please call Mag McGauley
at 259-3476.


hanging around outside the build-
ing.
They consented to a search, and
as two other officers did so, De-
puty Dougherty spotted a Crown
Royal bag on the ground near
them. Inside he found a large
amount of marijuana and several
small plastic bags used to package
the drug for sale.
Neither Ms. Paige nor Mr.
Evans responded when asked who
the bag belonged to.
However, due to their proximity
to it and the fact there were.no
other people around, they were
arrested for possession with intent
to distribute.

fraud victim
. .. . ',
be a fake. On June 17, she also
deposited worthless money orders
at banks in the city.
Credit union officials tried
numerous times to contact Ms.
Klouda, but were unable to reach
her.
Police tracked her down and
arrested her. During an interview,
she said she knew the money
orders \\ere fake.


The Baker County Council on
Aging needs the help of Baker
County citizens to continue daily
delivery of hot meals to the coun-
ty's elderly and disabled residents.
For some timeynow, due to the
lack of volunteers, the Council has
been using transportation vehicles
and paid staff to deliver meals on
wheels. In addition to being a non-
approved, non-reimbursable ex-
pense under the transportation con-
tract, this practice has increased
the cost of meals to a level far
above what grantors will fund.
As a result, the Council has
been instructed by the meals fund-
ing grantor to stop providing daily
hot meals, and begin instead pro-
\iding packages of se eral frozen
m eals once a \teek. ..... -.,::,..::;.:
There are several reasons the
Council staff, the board of direc-
tors, and current volunteers want
to continue to provide daily hot
meals. For some Meals on Wheels
recipients, this is their only hot
meal and, just as importantly, the
person delivering may be the only
person they will see for days or
even weeks at a time. That daily
hot meal and the friendly face that


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Daily delivery of meals also al-
lows a well-being check on elder
and disabled clients who live alone.
The Council has emergency proce-
dures for assisting clients in dis-
tress-and are exercised' several
times every month. When a client
fails to answer the door or cannot
be located, the Council calls the
client's emergency contact on file
for other help as needed.
On three occasions in the past
two months, 911 emergency ser-
vice has been summoned by Coun-
cil workers who discovered clients
in life-threatening conditions.
For more than three months, the
Council has been aggressively
seeking to recruit volunteers. for
the daily meals routes. Thus far,
only one of the six routes is fully
co\ered and tmo of the other five
are covered only two and three
days a week.
If the Council isnot able to en-
list adequate volunteers to cover
the routes or to get sponsoring
contributions to help pay for deliv-
ery, the' agency will be forced to
comply with the mandate to go to
frozen meals.
This is a call for help on behalf
of the elderly and disabled of Bak-
er County. You can help by volun-
teering two or three hours a week
or by sharing this appeal with oth-
ers who may be more able to vol-
unteer. If you can't volunteer,
please help sponsor a route for a
week or even for just one day a
month. All time and money are tax
deductible. Mileage reimburse-
ment is available at 29e per mile.
To volunteer, come in to the
Council on Aging or call the Se-
nior Center at 259-2223.
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Classes to

become a

Master

Gardener
BY MIKE SWEAT
County Extension Director
Do you want to learn more about
growing plants in our area? Do
you want to find a Florida resource
of answers to your lawn, landscape,
or vegetable questions? Do you
have spare time to spend teaching
others to grow plants and solve
plant problems?
If you answered yes to these
questions, this class may be for you.
A Master Gardener class will
soon be offered by the Bake- Coun-
ty Extension Service. The program
is designed to train individuals in
horticulture and related topics.
Master Gardener is a title given
to individuals who receive this in-
depth horticultural training from
County Extension Agents and
agree, in return, to give 50 hours
of volunteer service helping their
local county extension office.,
The county extension offices in
Baker, Duval, and Nassau counties
join together to train Master Gar-
deners..
Area Master Gardener training
will be held at the Duval County
and Nassau County Extension Of-
fices on Wednesdays, August 24 -
November 9, 9:30 am-3:30 pm.
Training will include topics like
basic plant science, entomology
(insects), plant pathology (diseas-
es), nematology, vegetable garden-
ing, fruit culture, annuals/perenni-
als, woody ornamentals, turf man-
agement, house plants, plant prop-
agation, animal pest control, basic
landscaping, identification and use
of common landscape plants.
Master gardeners give their vol-
unteer hours to county extension
' offices in many ways. The actual
program varies and is determined
by the individual county extension
office.
Baker County Master Garden-
ers help residents by answering
telephone calls in the extension
office about plants, trouble-shoot-
ine plantproblems brought into the
office iiffg'oirdforp~ i, con-iff~t-
ing landscape projects, teaching 4-~
H youth about plants, planting and
maintaining demonstration gardens.
maintaining a demonstration green-
house, working with school garden
projects, and assisting -with local
beautification projects.
After completing the training,
Master Gardeners have one of the
best gardening reference books
S available for Florida. It is a compi-
lation of Extension Service fact
sheets and bulletins that apply spe-
cifically to our unique Florida cli-
mate.
S Applications for a limited num-
ber of openings in the class are
now being accepted. Call the Baker
County Extension Office at 259-
3520, or stop by the office in the
Agricultural Center at 1025 US 90.
You can also obtain an application
online at http:/.baker.ifas.ufl.edu
and click on the Agriculture Icon.
The cost is $75 for the Master
Gardener notebooks and program
materials in the training. Applica-
: tion deadline is August 5.


Representative Bean reports on legislative session...
More than 50 people gathered at the Mathis House ori the Glen St. Mary Nurseries the evening ofJlu 2.' t'r a report on rite pa l p slai
tive session and a briefing on current pending issues by Representative Aaron Bean (R-Fernandina Beach). A number oJ local elected ,:fi-
cials also attended the event that was billed officially as a non-party function for local Republicans.


Light pole replacement at stadium


The quarter\ safety inspection
of Memorial Stadium turned up a
number of problems, including the
need to replace light poles oni the
north side of the field.
Repairs have been scheduled,
said Denny Wells. facilities admin-
istrator for the Baker Count)
School District.
"I think our facility is just


fine... it's safe." Wells said.
In addition to the light poles,
there were general signs of deteri-
oration such as \wood rot in the
press box and band concession
area, and the need for repainting in
several places.
Home to the Baker County
HighSchool Wildcats football
teams, the stadium's land and.


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buildings are owned b\ the school
district, though no money is set
Aside for upkeep and maintenance.
"We fix it as it breaks," Wells
said. "Right now. we're waitingg on
the money (to fix the items)."
The field became more of a sta-
dium in tie earl) '70s, recalled
Wells, who was the BCHS band
director then.
"I remember in grade school
playing on the sidelines, but there
weren't any concrete bleachers un-
til I %%as the director. Thev put ir:
the first set then."
With pee-wee football and the
Wildcats' season right around the
corner, Memorial Stadium illFbe
ready, he said.

Feedback sought
on FWC wildlife
legacy initiative
The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission is ready
,, for thd riet rouridiof feedback on
the state's action plan for keeping
fish and wildlife populations heal-
th\. The second draft of the strate-
gy, a component of Florida's
Wildlife Legacy Initiative, is on
the FWC's Web site and read\ for
people to review and make sug-
gestions for improvement.
The goal of the program is to
sustain all fish and w wildlife in
Florida. Public participation is a
crucial element in developing the
plan.
When the FWC posted the first
draft, online in June. the Web site
received more than 31),000 hits.
Staff hopes to maintain that level',
of interest with the second draft.
The FWC has worked d w ith a
broad cross section of Floridians_
to develop the \\ wildlife action plan.
Participants ha\e proposed di-
\erse, and sometimes conflicting.
ideas for managing wildlife.
To re\ iew and comment on the
action plan or learn more about
Florida's Wildlife Lecacy Initia-
tive. \isit MN FWC.com and click
on "Wildlife Legacy." The second
draft of the strategy is available for
comment Jul\ IS-Aug. 1.


THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, July 28, 2005 Page Seven



FOOD LION
is now selling

THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS




Sheila Griner
is now at a new location

Cuts-N-Stuff '
US 9o, West of Glen St. Mary '
(across from Souls Harbor Church)

259-5559

Now interviewing for operator -
Call 259-5559 or 259-673 5
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6-- . ; ,i . .
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Ages 3 toadult

July 30
10:00 am 3:00 pm "
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S ,.:Public Notice
The Town of Baldwin Recreation Task Force will
hold a public meeting on Tuesday, August 2,
2005, at 5 pm, at the Baldwin Town Hall, 10 US
90 West, Baldwin, FL 32234-1832, for the sole
purpose of discussing a grant application to. be,,
submitted to the Department of Environmental
Protection, Florida Recreational Development
Assistance Program for the development of Levi
Shannon, Jr., Memorial Park.The public or any
interested persons are invited to attend.
For further information, please contact Ms. Lula
M. Hill,Town Clerk, 904-266-503 1


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OBITUARIES


Helen Brantley

dies at Shands
Helen Combs Brantley, 74, of
Glen St. Mary died July 19, 2005
at Shands Jacksonville following
an extended illness. She was a na-
tive of Sanderson and lived most
of their life in Glen St. Mary. She
worked as a dispatcher for 10
years with the Baker County Sher-
iff's Department and was a mem-
ber of the Soul's Harbor Church of
God of Glen St. Mary.
She was predeceased by hus-
band William Alvin Brantley. Sur-
vivors include son David Brantley
(Brenda) of Sanderson; sisters Ver-
na Stewart (Billy) and Ferrell Rob-
inson (Dennis) of Macclenny;
brothers Tommy Combs (Doris) of
Sanderson, Wilbur Eugene Combs
(Cindy) of Raiford, Phillip Combs
(Mary) of Jacksonville and Ray'
Combs (Linda) of Glen St. Mary;
two grandchildren and one great-
grandchild,.
A service was held July 22 at
her church with Revs. James Scott
and Darrell Wilkingon officiating.
Interment was at Taylor Cemetery.
Guerry Funeral Home of Macclen-
ny was in charge of arrangements.

Gene Cantrall,

Naval veteran
Eugene B. "Gene" Cantrall of
.Macclenn) died on July 21, 2005.
He served in the US Navy for 22
years and 11 months, including a
tour of duty in Korea. His hobby
was working with radio-controlled
airplanes.
Survivors include his wife of 47
years, Gloria Cantrall; mother-in-
law Betty Sellers, sister-in-law
Phyllis Deese; nephew Romane
Canupp Jr. i(Elna)..
A gra side serk ice as held
Jul_ 2.' at Riterside Memorial Park
in Jacksonville. Town and Country
Funeral Home of Jackson% ille was
in charge, of arrangements. .


Mrs.Md*namay

rites July 25th
Melinda Juanita Mclnanrna,. 64.
died Jul\ 21 follow, ing a sudden
illness. Ms lclnarna v as born
March 2S. 1941 in Jackson ille
and resided in Glen St. NMarv.
She \was predeceased b\ mother
Miargaret GraCes Sur\ ivors include
son Marcus McTnarnai (Tiffan~ir
of Sanderson: daughter Christina
Lee (Noah) of Jacksonv ille.
A sert ice was -held July 25 at
Town and Countr\ Funeral Home.
of Jacksonville.




Sunday School 9:00 am
Sunday Service 10:00 am


Funeral time set

for Mrs.Dorman
Madalaine Weeks Dorman, 92,
of Macclenny died July 18 at her
home following a brief illness. She
was a native of Trenton, Fla., and
resided in Macclenny since 1950.
She was employed as a school
teacher for 37 years until her re-
tirement in 1977. She was a 1937
graduate of Florida State Universi-
ty and a member of the First Bap-
tist Church of Macclenny.
Survivors include daughter Mo-
na Masters (Ernie) of Jacksonville;
son Ronald Dorman (Tish) of
Lynchburg, Vir.; grandchildren Sa-
rah Masters Krauss (Joey), Grace
Rodriquez (Fausto), Alan Dorman
(Gwe n), Andrew Dorman and Anne
Dorman; great grandchild Brooke
Krauss.
A service is planned for July 30
at 10:00 am at her church with Dr.
Edsel M. Bone officiating. The
family will receive friends one hour
before the service time. Guerry
Funeral Home of Macclenny is in
charge of arrangements.

Eva Mann, 91,

Moniac native
Eva Raulerson Mann, 91, of
SSanderson died July 20, 2005 at
Frank Wells Nursing Home in
Macclenny. She was born Septem-
ber 6, 1913 in Moniac, Ga. Ms.
Mann owned and operated Rauler-
son's Grocery in Sanderson from
1927-1989. She was a member of
Pine Level Church.
She was predeceased by parents
Arthur R. and Elizabeth Johns
Raulerson; husband Thomas Or-
son Mann; daughter Mary Peeler;
grandson Glenn Nettles. Survivors
include sons W.T. "Buck" Mann
(Dolly) and W.A. "Bill" Raulerson
(Gracie) of Sanderson; daughters
Fa'e Nettles of Sanderson. Irene
Manning of Macclenn\. Elizabeth
Peek (Bill\ of Jek\ll Island, Ga..
G,ucie Ficcm.rIn (De'.,)) of Alma,
Ga. and Amy Hodges of Sander-
son; 22 grandchildren.
A service was held July 22 at
her church with Reys. Fred Raul-
erson and Jerry Sisk officiating.
Interment followed at Manntown
Cemetery\ in Glen St. Mary. Fra-
ser-Ferreira Funeral Services of
Macclenny was in charge of ar-
rangements.


FAITH BIBLE

CHURCH
A",,i1 H ;v-,.:t. /.*7 Co' n:,';*i :'11.
Fioe C ihunjr, R oJa
H.i. 12 -Sanderi rn, FL
Sunday\ School 9:45 a.m.
Sunday, morning \\orhip 11:00a.m.
Wed. Night Bible Study 7:00 p.m.
Een 4" Sunda NightSerice 7:)Fp.m.
\ l fidell I I. illiams -Pastor /


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Sunia\ S.hi,.,I ': l am .
S nda Mlrnino \VW-,rship ll:l' an. ", M .-..al pm
Sunday Ei ening W ship ,:11i0 pm Thur" da% uih 1:110 pm

S-I Loring Church wrilh a Growring I sion of Excellence"
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Rev. Martin and Beverlv
Bass will soonbe retiring
and relocating away from
our area. We want to
show our love and
appreciation to them in a
special service this
Sunday. All friends in the
community are cordially
invited to help us celebrate
and honor their 19 years of faithful leadership and
service to our church and to Baker County.

PLease:join us Sunday, JuLy 5 1 at 10:30 am
NeW Beginning Community Church
SLocated at 380 North Lowder 6t., in MaccLenny.
You may caLL 259-6610 for directions or detaiLs.


Kenneth Fish, 85,

retired dairyman
Kenneth Rex Fish, 85, of Jack-
sonville died July 24, 2005 at his
residence. He was a retired dairy-
man who served in the U.S. Navy
during World War II in the South
Pacific, and a member of Jones
Road Baptist Church.
He was preceded in death by
wife Mildred Avant Fish in May
2003; parents Benjamin Foy and
Sarah Canaday Fish; brothers Dor-
sey, Wassie and Ben Fish; broth-
ers-in-law Don Lee, Buford Thrift
and Vernon. Survivors include chil-
dren Dorothy Armstrong (Andy)
of Newton, Miss., Rex (Sylvia) of
Glen St. Mary, Brenda Hunter
(Bobby) of Winder, Ga., Dale Fish
(Grace) of Green Cove Springs,
Debbi Holder (Joe) of Orange.
Park, Kay Guediri (Farid) of Mari-
etta, Ga.. and Bonnie Bailey (John)
of Jacksonville; grandchildren Ken
Armstrong (Heidi) of Newton,
Miss., Rob Armstrong (Selina) of
Jacksonville, Amy Ethridge (Dane)
of Collinsville, Miss., Stacy Fish
(Jaime) of Glen St. Mary, Alison
Fish of Jacksonville Beach, April
Fish, Paula LeStrange (Robert) and
Carrie Keene (Ken) of Jackson-
ville, Jason Fish of Jackson Hole,
Wyo., Phil Hunter of Montreal,
Can., Emily Holder and Katie
Holder of Orlando, Nadine
Guediri and Adam Guediri of Mar-
ietta, Ga., Lea Guediri of Statesbo-
ro, Ga., Ashley Bailey (Lindsey),
Brandon Bailey and Clayton Bail-
ey of Jacksonville; great-grand-
children Eric, Ricky and Kristy
Armstrong, Brandon Sheetz, Smo-
key and Colby Ethridge, Haiden
and Garison Fish, Anna and Nich-
olas Keene, Zachary LeStrange;
sisters-in-law Thelma, Iona and Pat
Fish.
A service was held on July 27 at
Jones Road Baptist Church with
Revs: Jerry Gissel and Jeff Ray of-
ficiating. Interment followed at
North Prong Church Cemetery on
the St. Mary's River in Baker
County. Fraser Funeral Home of
Jacksonville was in charge of ar-
rangements.


DINKINS NEW
CONGREGATIONAL
METHODIST CHURCH
_.CR 127 N. of Sanaerson
Sunday Scniol 10 00 am
Sunday Morning Service 11-00 am
Sunday Night Service 6 00 pm
Wed. Night Service 7:30 pm
Wrierre Ever ,/one' i .iiLebad;' aid
.Je uj', '; ir- Leai,-'r
EVERYONE WELCOME
Pastor Rev. Ernle Terrell

FIRST UNITED
IM METHODIST
CHURCH
93 N. 5th St., M.l:-iirnl-,. 259-355
Sunday School: 10:00 am
Sunday Worship: 11:00 am
Sunday Youth: 6:00 pm
Wednesday Dinner: 5:45 pm
Wednesday Worship: 6:15 pm
L John L. Hay, Jr., Pastor l


Zenas E. Griffis

dies at home
Zenas Edison Griffis, 73, of
Sanderson died at his home on
July 20, 2005 after a long illness.
He was born on September 21,
1931 in Raiford, and moved to
Sanderson in 1949. Mr. Griffis re-
tired as a lieutenant after 28 years
with the Florida state prison sys-
tem. He was also the owner and
operator of V & Z Poultry. He was
a member of Pine Grove New
Congregation Methodist Church.
He was predeceased by parents
Revs. Ernest and Minnie Dees
Griffis. Survivors include his wife
of 55 years, Violet Dugger Griffis;
daughters Elaine G. McLoon (Lar-
ry) of Jacksonville and Margaret
Ann Jordan of Sanderson; sons
Wyman Griffis (Polly) of Sander-
son and Robert Eugene Griffis
(Susan) of Jacksonville; sisters
Jean Norman, Christine Cameron
and Inez Quiet of Raiford; broth-
ers Jennings Griffis and Vernon
Griffis of Raiford; eight grandchil-
dren and 12 great grandchildren.
A service was held July 23 at
Christian Fellowship Temple with
Pastors Michael Norman and Da-
vid Thomas officiating. Interment
was at South Prong Cemetery. V.
Todd Ferreira Funeral Services of
Macclenny was in charge of ar-
rangements.

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of Sanderson
' CRi -'2 'i anr:leion FL
' SundaN School 10:00 am
.i Sun. Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sun. Evening Worship 6:00 pm
S\\'ed. ERe. Bible Studs 7:00 pm
i Jtor Biob Christmas


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Dinkins NCM Church
SS_ CR 127 N., Sanderson
Saturday, July 30 at 7:00 pm
NE- Singers: Pentecostal Expressions
Refreshments will be served. Everyone \\elcomne.



CHRISTIAN

FELLOWSHIP

TEMPLE
Sior Pastor Independent Pentecostal Church Associate Pastor
David Thomas Tim Thioias
259-4940 Seventh St. & Ohio Ave., Macclenny 259-4575

Sunday School 10:00 am
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm
Wednesday Night Service 7:00 pm
Radio WJXR 92.1 Sunday 9:15 am

Youth Programs
Sunday School 10:00 am
S Common Ground Sunday 11:00 am
Common Ground Wed. (Teens) -7:00 pm
God Kids Sunday 11:00 am
God Kids Wednesday 7:00 pm Youth Pastor
Gary Crummey
S www.christianfellowshiptemple.com


SANDERSON
CONGREGATIONAL
HOLINESS CHURCH
CR 127 N., SANDERSON, FL
SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 AM
MORNING WORSHIP'11:00 AM
SUNDAY EVENING WORSHIP 6:00 PM
WED. EVENING PRAYER SERV. 7:30 PM
PASTOR: ORAL E. LYONS

SMt. Zion N.C. %
Methodist Church
Hwy. 121 N. 259-4461
Sunday School 10:00
Sunday morning service 11:00
Sunday night service 6:00
Wed. service 7:00 p.m. .
THE CHURCH THAT \-,
REALLY CARES!
EVERYONE WELCOME!
Pastor Rev. Bobby Griffin


MACCLENNY
CHURCH OF CHRIST
573 S. 5th St. 259-6059
Sunday Bible Study 9:45 am
Fellowship 10:30 am 11:00 am
Worship Services
11:00 am
S Wed. Bible Study
30 pm
-. F. K MintiTer
*--:".. Sam F. Kitchliniq


Attention: All Youth!
YOUTH REVIVAL
July. 29th & 30th
Friday 7:30 pmrSaturday 6:00 pm
at,
Glen Friendship Tabernacle
behind Dollar General in Glen on US 90 .
SGlen Friendship Tabernacle's
very own Volume will be
performing drama nightly along
With visiting drama teams.
Jerry Daniels will be speaking
on both nights.
Come join us Friday
& Saturday for a life
changing experience
you'll never forget!
Call 259-2776 for information.
' I It.


Jesus: The Way, The Truth and The Life
Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 P.M.:
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. Wed. Eve. Worship 7:30 P.M.
Pastor Rev. Shannon Conner
North 6th Street Macclenny 259-3500




23 -A 10 Ljur.jnore Ri .:' Fja rjrCouirni Rd


Sunday School
Sunday AM Worship
Sunday PM Services
Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting


9:45 am
11:00 am
6:00 pm
7:00 pm


Pastor J.C. Lauramore Welcomes All

Come and magnify the Lord and worship with us
Glen Friendship Tabernacle
Clinton Ave Glen St. Mary
WJXR Radio Service Sunday' 8:30 am
Morning Worship Service 10:30 am
Children's Church 11:30 am
Evangelistic 6:00 pm
Bible Study (Wed.) 7:30 pm
Please visit our website at: http: wv.~i.glentab com
Rev Albert Starling Home: 259-3982 Churcht 259-6521




First Baptist Church
d GGLEN ST. MARY, FLORIDA
Sunday School 9:45 AM Sunday Morning Worship 11 AM
Si Snday Evening Worship 6 PM
S. Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 PM


"A Beacon
to Baker
Con ii "


Pastor Tim Patterson
259-6977
Perry Hays, Associate Pastor
Michael D. Schatz, Associate Pastor


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Wilford Lyons

dies July 26th
Rev. Wilford Lyons, 80, of Mac-i
clenny died July 26, 2005 at his
home following a long illness. He
was born in Jacksonville and re-
sided in Macclenny all of his life:
He retired as a refrigeration me-
chanic with Fruit Growers Express
of Jacksonville, then developed
and help build the Glen St. Mary'
Church of God where he pastored.
for 14 years until his retirement in
1988. He was a member of Mac-
clenny Church of God and a Navy
veteran of WW II.
He was predeceased by parents
John Wesley and Pearlie Thrift Ly-.
ons Sr. Survivors include his wife
of 58 years, Eveline Lyons of
Macclenny; sons Dwight Wilford
Lyons of Jacksonville and John
"Joe" David Lyons of Macclenny;
grandson D.J. Lyons (Melanie)
and John Patrick Lyons of Jack-
sonville;'rothers John Wesley Ly-
.--16fis Jr., (June) of Macclenny, Wil-
bur "Dolph" Lyons (Mary), Junior
Lyons (Bonnie), Jimmy Lyons
(Lois) of Glen St. Mary; sister Eva
Longino (Donald) of Jacksonville;
and two great grandchildren.
A service will be held at his
church on July 28,at 7:00 pm with
Revs. Shannon Conner and Louis
Wilson officiating. Visitation will
be from 5-7 pm at the church be-.
fore the service. A gia\ eside ser-
vice will be held at 11:00 am on
July 29 at Macedonia Cemeter'y.
Guerry Funeral Home of Macclen-
ny was in charge of arrangements.

Thanks so much
SIt would be impossible for us to
thank everyone individually for
their prayers, generosity, food,
flowers, visits and kind thoughts
during the time of Phil's illness
and during our recent loss. The en-
tire community including Baker
County Sheriff's Office. Rescue.
Todd Ferreira and staff, and friends
have helped us through the worst
time of our lives and we can only
sa\ thanks to all of you.
The man. \visits, cards, letters,
flowers and gifts of food were
greatly appreciated. Thanks to the,
congregations of Destiny People
Worship Center and New Life
Church of God for their visits,
prayers, food and just being there
for us.
To all of us wio knew and
loved Phil. he truly loved everyone
and he will be greatly missed by
all of us. He was truly a gentle
giant and a great poppy to the little
ones.
Thanks again.
LORENE HtAMILTON.
C.J. AND ERNESTINA GR.A.
BOBB'l AND TABTl -LA GR.A
AND A\LL THE GRANDCHILDREN


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In Loving Memory
of our beautiful *
Valerie Kaye Godwin
2/1/1982 7/27/2004 .
Dear Val,
It has been one year now since you
have gone to be with Jesus and we miss
you so much. Often we imagine what
you'd say if vcou could talk-to us....
"Heaven is amazing! Please don't
be sad that I am not with you. I.miss
you too, but I love it here! I have no
pain or tears andl tal with Jesus e'erv
day. Please don't miss Heaven. I love
you and I am, watching- you all from
Heaven's gates. I will see you very
soon!
-Loveya, Val (Proverbs 17:17)"
We love and miss you, Val, and we
will be with you again soon. Thanks for
an amazing testimony of strength, you
have given to us. Yonr faith nei'cr wa-
vered no matter what was thrown at
you. You always stood on the promises
of God and now Heaven is your sweet'
reward. tl e' / netier forgetr who you are
in Clrisi. Iel iove you, I tl.
LOVE,YOUR FAMILY


In Memory
of,
Aunt Val Val
We are keeping watch over the cats
for \You, amul our nett dog Daisy KaYe is
gemng along i'ithi thedi well. tWe are
taking good care ofNana and Papa for
you. also. Thank 'you lfor loving uis and
being ihe greatest aunt. W'e knloo tihat
ite were \our heart and our lives will
never be the same without you. Wte
k7iOr'w ytou are enjoying heaven and we
i/ll see you soon. Ii'We Ic l e ou.
PUMPKIN HE. AND BOBO
,'"...; .


In Loving Memory Deep appreciation


of-
Edward Ray Prevatt Sr.
8/23/1932 7/30/1985
It's been nient' years. since we said
goodbyejbor a hil 'e.
Oh, how i'e /miss youtr voice, loving
antis and your -weet smile.
Our memories iwe cherish make the
days seem easier to bear;
Just laiowing you 're in heaven and
serenading there.
Your life and music snil remain so
strong today in hearts all around;
A legacy of honor to family and
friends everywhere can be fol.ut
"The Lord rwas searching thru
earth's garden with a special flower in
mind,
And angels are hard tofimnd"
.LIVA'S IN OUR HEA.-RTS.
LO",ING WIFt. J,)
CHILDREN EDDIE. LIND. P-ULA.
CHRISflN \ .AND CIND1
AND LL OF OLUR GRANDCHILDREN
1 OU \WOULD BE SO PROUD OF

Thanks so much
Our family would like to thank
everyone individually for all the
prayers, kind visits and for their
loving thoughts during the time
Staff Sergeant Chad Mercer was
on active duty in Iraq. and also
during the recent loss of our brave
hero.
All the cards, flowers, visits and
gifts of food are \ery deeply ap-
preciated.
Thank you again for everyone's
loe, support and prayers. Also,
thanks to whomever put American
flags on my fence.
WITH LO\ E, THE F.AMiLY OF
STAFF SERGEANT CHAD MERCER
JEAN JONES, GRANDMOTHER


CANCER?
Don't go it alone
The Baker County
Cancer Support Group
First Tuesday of month 7:00 pm
Baker Countv Health Department


Many thanks to all who were
there the night last month when
our husband and father Barry died.
Thank you to the sheriff's depart-
ment, to rescue which responded
so quickly, especially to the sweet
paramedic who sat outside with
me until. family and friends arriv-
ed. I don't know \our name, but
thank you, sir.
Thank you. Todd Ferreira and
staff for all your kindness and sup-
port. To all our family and friends.
thank you so much for your love.
support and encouragement during
the six years Barr\ was sick and
through this difficult time no\%.
Thanks. Kevin, for your beauti-
ful memorial discourse, and Bob-
by. thank you for your heartfelt
prayer. We love you all,
ROBIN AND .NDRE%.


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A son arrives
Jamie and Shiney Danko of
Jacksonville are pleased to an-
nounce the birth of son KYle Spen-
cer Danko on July 21.
Grandparents are Rusty and
Debbie Williams of NMacclenn\.
Dale and Judy Danko of Jackson-
ville.
Great grandparents are Robert
and Edith Sirinans, Llo\d W\il-
liams and the late Catherine Wil-
liams, all of Nlacclenn\.


Ms. Hays and Mr. Johnson

New Year vows
Perry and Leigh Ann Hays of
Glen St. Mar\ are pleased to an-
nounce the engagement of daugh-
ter Lauren to Chris Johnson, son of
Tim and Pam Johnson of Spring-
dale, Ark. The wedding is planned
for New Year's E e at First Baptist
Church of Glen St. Mar\.
Lauren is a 20)01 BCHS gradu-
ate and a 2004 Florida State gradu-
ate. She is pursuing a master's de-
gree at South\western Baptist The-
ological seminary in Ft. Worth,
Texhs. Chris is a 2004 graduate of
Liberty Unin iersit in Virginia and:
is also \workinL on a master's de-
gree at South\western. Both are em-
ployed \with the seminar\ presi-
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SPECIAL BLESSINGS

OPEN HOUSE

Thursday, July 28

Pre-K 3 6:30-7:00 pm
Pre-K 4 7:00-7:30 pm
Call 259-8466 to pre-register.
You must be pre-registered to attend.


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FOOD LION

is now selling

THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS
IF


We are proud to announce
the birth of
Brianna Michelle Johnson
born June 17, 2005
Brianna's mother is
Patricia Stephens and
father is David Johnson.


fl"' I hPmA1 I'
August 1-3
Beginners 9-11:00 am Int.. Adanced 12 -:00 pm
at the ne%_
American Cheer & Dance Gymn
(next to Food Lion)
Stop by to pick up information and register
after 4:00 pm Nlondas Frida,.
Taught bN Amanda Ball, former Unin ersi\, of Florida
Gatorette & state tw,.irling champion
Call 259-7495 or (3-86) 9S4-0906
for more information.
REG IST RAT A ATS


On 6th St. next to Mon.- Wed. 11-3
Frank Taylor Insurance Thurs.- Sat. 11 -9 pm
259-2404 'Dine-In Carryout
259-4798 Catering






FEATURED .


Lunch Special
Allonav Sa/linav

Pork or Chicken Sandwich,
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readily available. During hunting
season and just prior, classes usu-
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feeder steers and heifers $2-4 lower.
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300-400 lbs. $ 120-154
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400-500 lbs. $ 98-115
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Classes are taught throughout
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The course is available to be
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Until the Fat Lady Sings
OBSERVATIONS BY BOB GERARD,


I read an article the other day
that questioned whether Lance
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win in the Tour de France, is the
greatest cyclist of all time.
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bit about his struggles and success.
Certainly his success in bicycle
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again.
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seconds in a mad dash to the finish
line in Paris the way American
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piled up minute after minute of in-
surmountable lead on his competi-
tion, so that as he rode down the
Champs Elystes in Paris the only
thing that could have stopped him
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On Sunday, he was so far ahead
of the competition that he took a
leisurely ride into town.
Armstrong would sit back in the
pack and let others win the daily
stages. But every time an) of his
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Press Sports
The Little League Sectionals
held in Port St. John July 23 prov-
ed to be Baker County's stumbling
block.
The 11-year-old all stars won
their first game against Deland 4-1,
but lost to Merritt Island, making
them runner up in Section 3.
After a delay due to lightning,
Baker County got things started
off right with Tyler Mobley getting
a base hit, then later scoring.
In the next inning, Ben Johnson
stole home for another run.
Baker County's last two runs

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Pitcher Brad Stone struck out
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"We didn't do much on that
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"Defense kept us in the game
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and ended the inning."
Hodges also lauded Mark Flo-
res for throwing out a potential
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Looking back, Hodges sees no
changes he would make in the
preparation for sectionals.
"We did everything we could
do. We practiced them in the heat
because we knew we'd be playing
in the middle of the day." ,
Overall, Hodges was proud of
his team.
"We did real good, I'm proud of
'em."
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Class Rolls


MACCLENNY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Homeroom assignments
S1st Grade: Fish Tyler Altman, James Barton, Amanda Craig, Carley Gray, Dalton Harris, Cole
Harvey, Hannah Johnson, Shelby King, Daryl Klotz, Christian Lee, Dominique Nixon, Jerry Norman,
Hunter Reed, Jacob Waltman, Trestany Wilkerson, Vince Wilkerson, Michael Willis. Fitzwater Brad-
ley Bennett,Avery Canaday, Delanie Combs, Alyssa Guidash, Jasmine Henderson, Chauntavius Jackson,
Tabitha Kemp, Madison Kennedy, Trevor Leftwich, Will Livingston, Brianna McElfresh, Landen Nevill,
Nathan Rewis, Will Rhoden, Chaise Taylor, Dalton Vonk, Johnnie Sue Williams, Jadyn Yarborough.
Gordon Shelby Behm, Cheyene Bennett, David Bridges, Carolann Burridge, Hayley Cook, Elizabeth
Crews, Amesha Graham, Tiketa Highland, Emily Johnson, Austin Keene, Cheyanne Krauss, Jacob Martin,
Taylor McNeil, Jacob Morgan, Travis Neal, Nicholas Phagan, James Phillips. Griffin Jakob Altman,
Brendan Baker, Anna Bowen, Logan Combs, Kaitlyn Davis, Michael Fisher, Kaylai Gaines, Shaquan
Griffin, Jordan Griffis, Kera McQueen, Elizabeth Pinkston, Sydney Raulerson, Blair Shadd, Hunter
Smallwood, Peyton Staggs, Makayla Tennison, Jacob Thrift, Michaelah Wilkerson Jones Zachary
Bingham, Jasmine Farmer, Caitlyn Fish, Carson Gray, Katelyn Johnson, Jared Kiper, Kaitlyn Law, Sadie
McCaskill, David Meyers, Cam'ron Mobley, Madison Morrison, Bridjet Ryan, Hunter Shannon, Steven
Carey, Alexis Stewart, Donovan Terrell, Matthew Thompson Lough Wesley Bedlord, Tannis Crews,
Alyssa Davis, Ciera Davis, Sidney Fauble, Kristen Godbold, Austin Hartley, Ashlyn Hodges, Shiann
Holling, Dustin Lauramore, Hunter Meado.. s. Caleb MNo:ble.. Jla Ia Mood,, Emmitt Paige. Eric Parker,
HunterRetcho, Flossie Steele, Emily TRde-o McCart Amr, Belcher. Hunitr Bntiun M'Cal,a Chri.L.
Dylan Drow, Casandra Guaiarid. Shar,iena, Jackson. Taylor Kirkljnd, Lmnds~, Loi e. Da.- id McCaule%.
Susan Reimer, Courme) Sapp, Joile Shay, Jcse Tay lor. Tyler \alker. Z\mir \Washingon. lames \\ ison.
Kassi Wisneski. Mitchell Jacob Angelo, Zachery Bell, Dalton Crews, Zack Crockett, Meagan Ham-
mond, Mason Harvey, Sarah Hicks, Isabella Holloway, Kelsey Kitchens, Jackie Legg, Timothy McCook,
Morgan Bowman, Seth Paige, Austin Starling, Steven Tanner, A. J. Velasquez, Atley Wood. Norman -
Tristin Bentley, Hannah Cain, Meagan Dugger, John Green, Marcos Harper, Rosie Helms, Dale Gene
Hodges, Elyssa Jones, Joseph Lara-Hodges, Emily Orender, Alexus Reed, Caleb Scott, Evan Scott, Bai-
ley Smallwood, Dakota Stitsinger, Dawson Williams. Kaine Young Scott ErikAddison, Desiree Bur-
dette, Jonathan Carter, Elizabeth Clark, Julia Doiron, Peyton Eastman, James Frederick, Jada Gibson,
Joshua Hayden, Rena Howie, Casey Kirkland, Maggie Lennon. \'Wllo, McGalha, C.asi Padgen. Bran-
don Thick, Raven Tucker, Jamie Wynne.
2nd Grade: Davis Christina Adams, Malachi Barton, Tyier Barton, Taylor Ber.der. Mjiihen Chris-
tensen, Devante Davis, Dale Erwin, Dillon Gill. Jacob Hendri%. Gceorge HunTer. Cheyenne Hutson, Jason
Johns, Michael Jordan, Morgan Lee, Keith McLemore, K.la McQueen. Jusihn M.rrils. Kcle Ocrins,.
Amber Simmons. Delicia wdashington, kLele Youst. Hanre Nacem Bailde, Zack CarT, Kaj' Ie Cohien.
Amber Dash. Hunter Davis, Johnnie Davis, Chelsea Fi;eiie. Colln Gren,. lowph Greecc. .Alcikha
Groves, Kace) Kriser. Manhr r c Morgian. jickson Neri. Terrence Pr.ns. Deiean Precston. Grace Rjndall.
Honor Raulerson, Peyton Rewis, Blake Ryan, Zachary Truluck, Tiffani Williamson. Hurst- Brianna
Bryant, Christopher Buhler, Arnold Clajron. Hcrir, Colhirs-Crhecine\. !,:ohua Co\. Courtinev Dj i,. Cor.
)n Easiman. Shanma Hill. Porshua Jefte-rson..lordan Kiper. TaN lor krnJpp. W\ihnnev Le,%i. Brfdle Mlc-
Donald. Nalhan Milll, Rick Nliichell, Cod Mosrgan. \jljrlan Robinson. lohn Sic, anr. Keke- Ta,,Ior,
AJ lss Thompson. Briian\ \\hbb. Luke \ h;im.jun Sabaka Logan Buller. Brooklr, Crie%. Kle Fish.
Jaion Franklin. Deijr,\ Game\,. Jo.rdjn Lauramoire., K3.lil Lee Cod MaNrtin. T\ler Mrlj.h, Djlnr, Mailr
is. Jacob Na. Che\enre Monfort. William Pepilone. .Amanda Rhoden Aniho:rn Simnmons, SIl o0 S0I.o
maio, (Gabrielle Sjtrling ShelLt T.,lior. Deangrelo Thoma,S. Skye Walker. Deir.rnc \\aikin;i Sulliian -
\\-ha...n .kin, Briiiin'. Bell. Diljn Burnhm. Zahjar\ Cannrin,. Brnlarni Crockeni. Stephen Elrger.,:
Christina Harris, Sha,.s n Holljand, Angel o.nsrion. Dariel Kern, Jerfie LaPoinre, Tj loi Marin, L,n
McClellan, Crews Orieridr. Diali.:n Pernr. lamjni Prn.eli. ijmci Reed Saan. jn Roudern Caiirl.n Roie, Pi..
cila Simon, April Slisinger, An-iber Tiiareher. Heather \\ IIkir.on, kelIs,nj \\ iliarrm, A. Tailor- )Don.:-
\ani Br)anl, Kodl) Corlon Kelsea Crami, Cc.od Da-s i. iJc,,h JGibsri. Jesse Hall, Emil, Harris. Manllhe.
Johns. Shelb\ Johnls, \ Inc -ha jirhn.on, Al, sai Le.:riard. Duncrn McClell.n Al.,r-a MNLa.ern i-:ali
Miller, Ale\ Neidermcer, J.ohn Robcr-l. (hris-opher Robins, Matlhel Scon, S,,.3nee \Vailson. Kase\ .
\leber. Colhor i i.jge \%\ignall I.rale Ale\ander. Zachj., Briller Tyler Bro..n, Domeir.ic C.ormb, Kil-
t:rn Conner. K\le DD.i-,. lercn-iah Fo.iuer. Da,.. on Fra-er. Caleb Griffin. TI Hjnlei, Burch Har. ill, Jlilanri
lHodges, Jack Koburger. Jake Koburger. iMorgan Laglc. Kaic Mcado.'.. Rachel Price. Ahilon RaN. Shea
Roblinson Kendall Scale;,, Bajl:, Tyson, Grayson\\jgiSalt.1A Ai \ilkinsn
3rd Grade: (hCiholm lMaNlhe,' Bui.'her. Jacob Canrer Keilh Combs. SIdne' Dopson, Ashton
Goiehe. Tra' .s Hall, Ridge Horne. Erhan Je.nkir.-. Rachel Long. Daniel N.dlniie. Lilan. Padgett, Zach-
In R.jijsu.. Jiarei Raulers:on. Rugtie RjulersoI Hannah Rodger- Vicioru Sapp. Elizabeir Shumani. Eliz.
at.eth Smilh. -ii3n Siallings Fo:rre.tl \\aldron. Brianna % hoNing. Dannielle Wilkerion. Cameron Wilson,
Garreil 'arborough Cumpston KJmbtr Brooks. Buiian' Buinei.e Jajne Crii'oll. Kijla Head, Eric
Ho'.'ard. Dailchelle lohnson. Do id Johnson. Biandor Kinney. Cam-rori Kirtb,. Dillon Ne.' mrans, Granm
Rabumr. Hale Reed. Core' Rife. Bradlev Ru.ell. M.::onica Simmon-. Talor \onn Dorman Jake Ben-
nell. isatah DUanilo'.Mcz. Manlhe.- Dio... Loui Hle l Hdle. Carlyn Halichr. Tasha Highilaid. Alevi Llo.\d.
Chlnstopner Mene, Ale\us Mlichiiich. Brooke loormar, NalJi e Neiilis. Thomas Rollins. Dc..a ne
Sikes. ZjLacary 3 Thompson. Kanll \eilasquez. Brandon Week. Godwin Tri-4an Allmai, Chnii:.r.her
Eldridge. DIan Grrifis.. Savannah Karnes- M-1n.nd Keenc. Kaila kijiceni, ljnahman Moble,, Jimm,r
.,,- n r, i M l.:.l,-1. -'m' .f N 'fii,'6 B 1 ,.J..J P .- .. .i lc .i burr. D. ...:- .: S : t. DV .r..., S....T.m .
Dustin Thrift, Brandon Wheeler. Jackson John Collingwood, Megan Durham, Garrett Elixson, Kristine"
Finkle, Kasey Graves, Cody Harris, Laura Hayden, Katie Keen, John Klotz, Courtland Lee, Antwan Ma-
Ior .Ahle\ MNcD.)nrald. Dc i;rce Powell, Tristan Robbins, Gricelda Sanchez, Kaylee Thick, Joseph Thom-
as. Sa3 ana \\ ilium Rambo Ijminr .Me lender, Samanrha B.a\ei. Chie.iea B.e. .c, lo.shuai Camprbell.
Tiana Dorn. Cha-.3 Druri Sa.ar, nah F.ih. Tomm-, Har ll. \jade Harte,..-Ac Kagrjlannopoulo.,Alct-
1i Kooniz. Thier k.reuiz. Deanrie Rollini,. Kjiel:,n Scon Cse\ Siarlrg,. Reed \\ hi.im; Rentz -Arn'el
Allaire. Mason Barien. Landon Bi\crie, Br.:'d\ Cres .. Megan Farmer. Havdein Gainc_. Biookln i Hodg.
es..Ala Jo.ne. Logan I.irsh Ret-ekah Long, kaleb Micble',. Aklc. Park, -ngeilic Paulbon. Clcenne
Procior. Mark RJ\,. Zachar', Rice, Ca.iSd', Small'.'.o.d. Bria Sma-in james Truei. iauumrn \\ngaic L.
Tarlor- Kaulln Barron. Nalhanel Bauile, Tro-, Beck. Caiherine Brif:'.i, hodh BuelgenD. D' lan Clark.
Chase Dats, Kelim Dai's. Shilo Er.nm. Briarna La'..ron. Cod, Malrhi.. To:rmm) McElfre.h. Darling
Nguyen, Cody Nipper. Sierra Sanders. Tra is Sugg-, ;lkeya \,ashiniglon








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BAKER COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
Homeroom assignments
Ninth Grade
Abbott, A. Bennett, B., Ms. M. Harrell, Room 701
Bennett, C. Brown, D., Ms. C. Ward, Room 1216
Brown, J. Cavannaugh, E., Mr. J. Rodgers, Room 709
Champion, B. Corder, C., Ms. G. Fowler, Room 715
Corona, L. Davis, B., Ms. J. Broyles, Room 718
Davis, D. Egan, J., Ms. G. Gearen, Room 721
Ervin, A. Geiger, C., Mr. D. Roth, Room 813
Geiger,J. Griner, G., Mr. J. Horn, Room 725
Hakes, T. Hester, R., Mr. D. Jones, Room 726
Hewett, R. Holder, K., Ms. D. Gnann, Room 1501/1502
Holland, A. Jackson, A., Mr. D. Harvey, Room 1507
Jackson, L. Kelly, R., Mr. J. Johnson, Room 1511
Kennedy, L. Lee, S., Mr. A. Murphy, Room 1515
Leonard, J. Manning, Ri., Mr. T. Boes, Room 1521
Manning, Ry. Midyette, E., Ms. A. Andrews, Rooml522
Miller, T. Norman, D., Mr.D. Inman, Room 1527
Norman, S. Parsons, T., Ms. P. Jacobs, Room 1533
Patterson, A. Reed, P., Ms. F. Fly, Room 1201
Re icr. R Ross, Q., Ms. J. Helms, Room 1209
Rowe, B. Smallwood, G., Mr. J. Golon, Room 1210
Smallwood, K. Swartz, T., Mr. J. Chiofolo, Room 1101
Sweeney, H.- Vamum, C., Mr. J. Clark, Portable 1
Vigil, A. Wilcutts, V., Ms. T. Hilliard, Portable 2
Wilkerson, A. \ukr.a. S Mr. J. Spolianski, Portable 3
Tenth Grade
Acosta, N. -Belleville, S, Ms. E. Fason, Room 601
Bender, Z. Burr. M Mr. F. Griffis, Room 605
Burroughs, J. Coleman, C., Mr. McDonald, Room 608
Coleman, N. -C rev. L.. Ms.P. Bagle), Room 609
Crews, N. Dubnik, H;, Mr. T. Elledge, Room 612
Dugger, M.- Givens, K., Mr. T. Thrift, Room 613
Givens, W. Harter. D, Ms. T. MNosle). Room 616
Hartley, J. io'. ard, K, Ms. K. Norman, Room 619
Hocll. J -Jones, K, Ms. L. Reasis, Room 622
Kennedy, K. Lombardi, A., Ms. J. Williams, Room 623
Lopez, M.- McCullough, Msh. Henderson, Room 626
McDonald, K. -Norman, S. Ms. S. Heath, Room 627
Norman, T. -Porfiriadis, S. Nis. L. Ha)s. Room 1420
Pringle, S.- Rodrigue-. E Ms. E. Eliison, Room 902
Ruise, E Smint. R Mr. G. Johnson, Room 903
Spatcher: \.- Ta lor. E. Mr. T. Hill. Room 1430
Ta\lor Y.-Whilcnir. I Mrl. S. \anderhoof, Portable 5
Wicker, J.-ZiteI, R Mr. B. Woulers. Room Portable 6
Eleventh Grade
SAdamr. K -Boyd, M., Mr. D. Lecros. Room 803
Bradley, R. Cuilj-ianr. K Mr. S. Beasle. Room 806
Curtiss, R.- Fie, C Dr. D. Landtroop. Room 807
SFinley, J.-Hagin. E Mr. E. Zoll. Room 808
Haire,.T.-Jone.. Nl Mr. B. Turner. Room 812
Kames, K.- MacLaughlin T Mr. M. Hartle3. Room 722
Magnan, R. Nelson. S. Ns. J. Flold. Room 815
Nguyen, T.- Rcd. J Mr. R. Yaracs. Room 820
Register, J.- Sn,.,, R s. K. X. mburges. Room 821
Spence, J. \azqlue T. Mr. H.Jefferson. Room 826
Waddell, C.- Yuk.ra, H Nl. N. Lancy. Room 827
TIelfth Grade
Adams, C. -Bro n. A Mr. D. Smith, Room 314
Burda, W. Comrrr. D Mr. T. Clards. Room 322
Combs,F. Dariel-. S. Mr. C. \ ilkerson, Room 326
Davis, A. -G ttbb. T, Ms. N. Thoms, Ruom 401
Gibson. A -Hunrei D.MsN. B. Taylor, Room708
Hutchemon, NI L.imb, C Mr. G. Cook, Room 410,
L.imberi, T Noiman. L, Mr. T. Ha)es, Room 1106
Norman, N Rhoden. J Mr. B. Harrison. Gym
Rhlde n, S Smi1h. N Mr. C. \\ti,Gm G3
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Graham, Destini Hires, Warren Johns, Jordan Johnson, O'Zion Moore, Justin Norman, Brenda Norris,
Elijah Raybum, Christopher Roberts, Alexandria Rollins, Sydney Roney, Andrea Smith, Henry Wilker-
son, Joequan Wilson. Drummond: Elizabeth Ambrose, Kristopher Angelo, Payton Combs, Levi Dugger,
James Forbes, Vernon Franklin, Dylan Gainey, Jordan Glover, Savannah Harper, Katelyn Jay, Joshua
Jones, Hope Kirkland, Reginald McCray, Kaitlin Padgett, Jarrett Sherlock, Chris Thompson, Quantez
Wilson, Chandler Wood. Home: Matthew Barfield, Gregory Barrios, Catelyn Cavannaugh, Mitchell
Crain, Tristin Crews, Cheshey Crouch, Blake Dicks, Ty Kelly, Myra Kronz, Britney Lauramore, Lake
Lewis, Danae Miller, Larry Mulligan, Waylon Rhoden, Hailee Rodgers, Carly Scott, Clayton Smith,
Don'neisha Wright, Dawson Yarborough. Kish: Alison Barton, Haleigh Beazzo, Nicholas Howell, Ja-
braun Jackson, Jaquez Jackson, Richard Johns, Jamon Jones, Hannah McCay, Alexia Pinkney, Brantlee
Rainey, Holly Raulerson, Makenzie Rhoden, Tommy Ruise, Kallen Sowell, Chase Sweat, Joseph Tedesco,
Mark Thompson, Michael Worten. Lucas: Collin Ambrose, Gabriel Cannon, Alexia Carter, Christopher
Davis, Evander Flowers, Nate Holland, Savoy Jefferson, Kyra Kent, Michelle Lin, Matthew Mariley,
Mallory Morgan, Erit Myers, Noah Nelson, Amber Ruise, Garrett Sanville, Joshua Warner, Trenton
Yonn. McCook: Serenity Akins, Davonte Brown, Avery Bryan, Christian Crawford, Lacey Durham, Ja-
von Farmer, Emma Gipson, Blane Griffis, Karli Harvill, Jamyah Herring, Jayvon Howard, Andrew Mar-
tinez, Sierra Michell, Gracie Mobley, Karlee Nelson, Dakota Sarbok, Spencer Soyring, Jacob Teague,
Michael Wright. Thrift: Jacob Bollinger, Allie England, Shelby Frits, Maurice Graham, Michael
Holmes, S.L. Johns, Lane Johns, Jordan Johnson, Lia Love, Brandon Reed, Tavion Reed, X \ an Rhoden,
Jalisha Ruise, Jesslyn South, Andrea Southard, Chelsea Steven, Gregory Thompson, Caleb Wilkerson;
Waller: Chase Crews, Amaya Figueroa, Jarred Gaskins, James Gregory, Alayni Guidash, Curtis Har-
mon, Corbin Ho.dges. Warren Hodg es. McKenzie Hickman, Dalton Johnson, Seth Kish, Madisyn Looby,
Jordan Martin. Nicholas McCani, Ch.ise Nielsen, Jessica Norman, Carson Padgett, Ashley Paulson,
Hunter \ ilion West: Jason Benneni. blika. la Brandt, Chelsea Crockett, Elizabeth DiPema, Matthew
Eld idge. Logan Foreman, Al, 0sa Giddens, Cunis Harmon. R an Holi. Makenzie Klender, Myra Kronz,
Roberi Knuckles, Nicholas Lee. Marissa Lighsi-y. Tyneisha Reed, Cameron Scott, Drake Thompson,
Chnnsopher Thomion. Brian \\es
ESTSIDE Room 211- Hand: Keona Adkins, Bradley Barnhlo.k. Xai\ ne Bryant, Skyler Cales,
Ray Charle, Joshua Dickin-on, Jacquel\ n Donker. Mlagheni Gross, James Harrell, Jordan Harvey, Dal-
ton Lauramore, Taylor Pugsley, Summer Richendollar. Shelb Rov.e, Cheyenne Taylor, Alyssa Thrift,
Samaria Williams. Room 403 -Alderman: Timbra Altord. Abigail Baggen, Shoteya Coleman, Naudia
Copeland, Deangelo Farmer, Kole Griffis, Timoth. MNid ciie, Landen Oca. Rockey Roberson, Parker
Rober-. Sha,.n Si e'art. Auiiin Terrell, Noah Thompson. Ton\ Trail. Biandon Tubberville, Michael
31alkcer Room 224 Bennett: Jaclyn Adkison, Zaryona Alleri, Robert Baker, Sean Brooks, Gavin Con-
ner, Margaret Davis, Angel Farmer, Carliya Jefferson, Christopher Lewis, C larissa MNid erne, Ro:berno Pe-
rez, Elizabeth Reagan, Sa% annah Reddmig. Jeremiah Riggs Hale v Self, Stacey Taylor. Room 217 -Be-
tros: Vera Baker, Tarir. Bum-ed. Bishop Fuller. Lenton Geiger. Selena Gonzalez, Faith Green, Dillon
Hardenbrook. Add.,on Hannah., lo-hua Ha.good. Sh riq lJone-.. A.er)ann Kelli. Core. Lauramore, D6
ron Thomas. Cla, Touchroni. Nlirnda Tubbti. Austin'\ lliams, McKenziZe \illiams. Room 318-
Combs: Allison Eri-land Haile Freeman, K\lie Gabbard, Geffern GaCkins. J Haine-. Dalton'Harrison,
Michael Holmes. Kalisia Johnson. De..orn Jordan. Kaielynn MNn, li\.. A-ihon\ Pre-coit. Morgain Shrull,
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sier: Jakari Ander-.,n. L.acev Bell. Camerotni Cran. Caleb Crensi. Oli.Ia Cre.' s, S',dne\ Dehart, Lourdes
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lie Rhoden lirred Spurl:.ck, Jlusiu' Tampoc. H.annh Thomas. Fiederick Williams. Room 410 Lane:
E arenaa Bro.- n McKenzie Cuir'. Tr.uiin Dais. Manhe'. Ed.'ards. Dallas Ellis. Cailll\n Goldsmith.
Klant CGritrfi. Jami a Jilerson. Camdon Jcrs Sa'.annah Lauramore. Pilar planning. A-mber hillkr. Col-
tin Moore. Garreit Sparkmarn Room 231 Nafe: Jonrnieiue Balc',, MNegan Conner. Ga. in Cre'.'s Jamie
Da.. s. Ta', or D, al. Chnsiian Gardner. James Grri-. Joet J ohnron. Chnsiopher Kellar. Kr ilst n Kings-
e',.. T\rence Po..ell. Ed'...ard Ruse. Candice Sil.a. Malhli, To:mlin. N,l.ahc''. Vanil eck. lMilkea \\ashing-
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cla lcC~ee. Tucker Pinrlon. Ouarnirtl Ruisc. Mehli'a Simmlons. Haima'h Su.llian, Counne \\alirp. Le-
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BAKER COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL
Homeroom assignments
Mixed Grades: Room 03-043 Holleran: Joshua Watson, Keanu Crews, Ethan Hicks, Joshua Suggs.
Room 03-043 Vinzant: Rikeiva Bums, Rebecca Barnes, Timothy Odom. Room 09-110 TBA: Brian
Smith, Ronald Daniels, Kellie Dixon, Desiree Harris, Christopher Jordan, Tierra Lee, Damon Lee Jr.,
Melissa O'Neal, John Tumer, Bronbshia Wils6n, Elizabeth Creekmore, Christopher Harvey, Dustin Mill-
er, Christian Morgan, Howard Rowe, Stacy Weaver.,R6om 15-207 TBA: Tabitha Barton, Jordan Cra-
ven, Deontay Farmer, Tymachee Givens, Billy Irish, Fabian Johnson, Melissa O'Neal, John Turner, Caro-
line Broome, Justin Bumham, Stephen Butler, Daniel Comibs, Ronald Dunn, Lisa Harris, Brittney Jow-
ers, Kacie Richardson. Room 03-304 TBA: Tyler Baker, Kayla Barton, Annmarie Byrd, Lauren Gain-
ey, Colton Hughes, Mindy Johns, Heather Miller, Charles Thomas, Kayla Bennett, Jennifer Blue, Britt-
ney Clough, Staci Dixon, Marcelle Gaden, Arlee Givens, Travis Harvey, Coy Powless ,
Sixth Grade: 04-017 Hughes: Jessica Baker, Matthew Blanks, Larissa Brannen, Lora Carter,
Frank Cemik, Dillon Cohen, Allie Cooler, Ashleigh Crain, Skye Griffis, Tonia Howard, Kailan Howell,
Kelsee Deanne, Richard Keinath, Brianna Lauramore,. Corey Loftis, Kyle McCarty, John McNutt Jr.,
Willie Myers Jr., Emie Nettles III, Hailey Palmer, William Privett Jr., Zackery Spencer, Taylor Thomp-
son, Brandon Tuten, Kristina Wages, Steven Walker II. Room- 04-015 McCaskill: Tiffany Braddy,
Kaitlyn Branch, John Bumsed, Matthew Cantrell, Cindy Chisholm, Kayla Comn, Jeffrey Fritz Jr., Aus-
tyn Harvey, Derica Harvey, Benjamin Johnson, Michael Jones, Jack Kirkland, Jared Lee, Morgan Mc-
Duffe, Tyer Mobley, Chelsea Moore, Diaa Ngu en, Victoria Paulson, Dusin Pmlh lps, Kalle Pauler-
son, Logan Raulerson. Brinan\ Ray. Jena Sands. Thomas Sirk, Joshua Smallwood, Hunter Sullivan, Sa-
rah Whilehead, Jordnr Yarborough. Room 04-018 T. Armoreda: Yasmine Blue, SJmer Browning,
Joseph Buengen, Nicholas Carr, Jacob Chambers, Brooke Combs, lardreakus Ford. Erin Franks. Luke
Gainey, Roland Gaskins, Niesha Givens, Tyrona Green, Trenton Harve-,. K le Hinson, William Laura-
more, Jordan Parker, Stephen Roberts II, Tilena Short, Kendrick Singleton II, Alyua N\ashmigton, Bran-
don Whitener, Casey Wilds, Joshua Willev Room 06-025- Mobley: Latoria Albrinon. Kimberl) Banon.
Zachary Blo\ham, Johnarhan Boudreau, Deborah Bums. Teddy Callihan. Jerry Drasidy, Bobby Gaskms
Jr,Alonzo Green, Amber Lipnick, Christopher Nlanmn.Austin MNidelle, Justin Miller. Dalton Nipper. Ju.
lie Pirtman. Jan Reed. Royce Rhoden. Lauren Rice, Phillip Rogers, Kase\ Russell. Njithev. Sc. Dn.
iel Sellers, Michael Washington Jr., James Wood Room 99-006 Finle): Clifftord Bell r, Nllchdel
Cales, Robert Cason, La ion Crawford, Jessic aFarrell, Dalton Harris, Taylor Hudson. Matihe., Johns,
Taylor Jones, Alexander Kingbird, Casey Lauramore. Ta\ let MNerren, Joshua Raybum. Phillip Ruise Jr.,
S Hope Simmons, Trenton Stokes, Christopher Waddell. Amn Wesiberr', Tamisha While, April Williams.
Room 06-024 Parker: Baylee Barber, Marcus Barnes. Da id Bennett. My.ke-Quita Bo man. Charles
Davis, Hannah Dopson, Lindsay Drur, lan Finley. Blake Fish. Mark FloresJr, Sarah Gibson. rerry.Giv-
ens Jr., Christina Hauge, Jennifer Jacobs. Cierna Jones, Kimberly Lipnick, James NMenet. Cullen Marshal,
Judstin Raulerson Jr, Lance Raybum U, Cody Reeses. James Rowe. Britani Sapp. NMarhe\\ Sawy.er, Mi-
chael Taylor, Chelsea Thompson. Room 06-023 Harrell: Lacie Alford, Chesine Anderson. Ray Coo-
ley II, Windell Dugger. Bobbie Fisher, Kelsey, Hams.. enier n. Joseph Keen. Cod Lancaster,
K) le Lauramote. Katie Lew is. James Markham. Ta3 ler McCann, Enca NMcComas, Kameton Morms, Sam-
uel Murphy, AJisha Ploucher, Ty Rowe. Arkeem Ruise, Grant Thornton, Bnltan) Tillis, Leslie TraI ick.
Mark Williams. Room 04-014 C. Armoreda: Aarcus Bennen. Amber Braddock. Barr Broin. Joisl.n
Brown, Elizabeth Cannon, Christina Chanon, Brandon Crtatord. Ethan Da% is, Hannah Da is, .Amanda
Dmnkins. Joseph Dubose, Johaious Green. Lucretla Hadley.Chistopher Henderson. K le Holton, Heather
Mann, Jasmine Ruise. JustN a Ruise, Hannah Starling. Marian Thompson. Hannah Trippett. Kale \\.al-
dron, David Walker. Room 14-110 Raulerson: Jarred Alman. Tiffany Banon, Ryan Branch.Aaron Da-
iis, Brittany Dial, Ashlee Doughtl Sa.annah Gadsb%. Kile Hakes, Cedrick Henderson, lichael Hol-
land, Pamela Johns. Milton Johnson, Joseph Kennedy. Kyler Momson, James Nelson Jr...Aleander Pel-
lum, Chelse\ Ruise, Brandor Smith, Sara Smih, Rachel Stewart, Diedra Thomas, Andralj Turk, Ashly
Walker, Keano \Wasznski. Room 09-104 Finley: Keis Akins. Julie Barclooi. Desiree Bezona. Da, id
Blackburn, Larry Brooks Jr, Thomas Harne. Whitnie Harney, Chantelle Holmes. Christopner Keehmer,
Korey Nes\mans. Donald Roiier Jr. Sheila Small, Adam Williams. Room 06-021 NMahon: Zachari Al-
ford, Hailey Bald,.nn. Grant Bums, Candace Clark. Brandon Crawiord. Adam Grifin, Kayla Griffis, MNc-
gan Harvey, Larrs Hutchins, Ali. n Hysler. Dalton Jackson. Darryl Johnson. Ka) iln Lauramore, Nathan
Lowry, Caitlin Mason, Tyler Pendleton, Tretor Perry. Lauren Povell, Eihzabeth Sigers, Ste\en Spence,
Bradley Stone, Tariq Tber. Branden Williams Room 14-109 Rhoden: Tra is Brandt. Lauren Caw\ey,
Taylor Crummei, Robert Dietz, Kathryn Dra'Ad, Nicholas Frey, Kelton Gie ns, bali1ne Hadley, Chris .
ban Hall. Tanner Hughes, Savanna Jone-. MN nan Lane. lohn NMilion. Patrick loquin. Y'. andar Nlonng,
Christopher Morrell, Logan Necill, Kaytiln Priveni, Whimne. RaleN, Sabrina RepoM tn, Cieara Rhoden.
Samantha Sman. Hayden Siteens, Richard Tharpe II, Samanthj \estert'elle Room 06-020 Meister:
Apryl-Jo Beck.rTler Bennett, Ilassah Blair, Joseph Bo kin, Garrett Combs, Patrick Cumpston. Darius
Fernandez, Da id Fnes II. Sam Griffis \1. Berry Hadley. Page Jackson, Auslen King, Ke'.in Linle. Jer-
emy Loser), Daun Mack, Robert Norris, Ashleigh Raluse, Clinton Raulerson, Kelsey Starling, Jarrod
Street, KaSse Waters, Rush Weaser, Kyle Wilkinson. Michael Williams. Joshua Yaccanno. Room 06-019
Roundtree: India Battles. De in Bender. Elizabeth Boldry. Marthew Carey, Eric Cress, Colion Ellion,
Dawn Esans. Daniel Farr. Sean Fogany il. Dalion Gabbard, Codi Geiger. Marlaina Gi\ens. Ronald Har-
rell Jr., Tame-sha Ha\good. Cheals, Johnson. Ka la Kandig, Jusnn Kopp. Jhn Lepeak Jr, Christen Press.
ley, Elizabeth Renninger, James Robins, Jesse Shay, Charles Simpson, Hunter Stavely, Ryan Wiggins.
Room 99.005 Davidsnn: Frrect Aeee. Times Aldous Ahieaiil Andersnn. Rohert Branch. Colton Butch-
er. StepShanie Collett, Dalton Combs, Brittany Cies, Sarah Davs, Shelby Dnggers, Shley Duran, Leon
Ev.ans Richard Fisher, Catherine Fraze. Autumn JacksbCr. Saran Jacks.on, Ka., la Jeies. Cale Johns. Trio
Lampp, Kassidy Long, M.arissa Miller. Takenya Ruise. Brandon Smith,Ta\lor Truluck, William Washburn
7th Grade: Room 99-005 Dasidson: Aaron Brooks. Room 04-018 T. Armoreda: Thomas
Hutchins m. Room 16-601 Harey}: 7th Crstal Bennett. Ashley Brow nlee. Room 03-123 Sweat:
7th Donald Brantley II, Seth Fletcher, Dekimby Hogan, \ illis Hurst. lesha Jackson. Corey MNcCray, Ta-
mara Smith. Room 05-001 Holley: Christopher Apromollo. Justin Bennett, Randall Cams, Si.;,rmi
Clouse, Rebekah Combs, Brendan Dipema. Sarah Dugger. Robert Dyer. Tiffany Edge, Dusun Faulkner,
Billy Folsom Ill, Kesohntae Hadley, Kathrsn Hutcheson. William Keen, William Koenig. James Kuster
Jr., TIler Oversrect, Carlion Pender, Michael Raulerson, Shaklna Reed, Nicole Ruise Room 15-213C -
Manning: Jordan Barber, Caroline Bennett. Jaime Cooper. Seth Cranford. Kelsey Cre,.s, lessica Davis.
Jessica Dupuy. Crystail Ganica. Timothy Gibson, Klay lon Griffis, Kierra Lee, Frank Owens Jr. Nicho-
las Pregony, Jessica Richardson, Christopher Richerson, Chelsey Sampley. Keith Smith, Trenton Sluhr,
Adrienne Yonn. Room 04-401 Billings: Maurice Baker. Coree Bowen. Sam Busses, Vicona Crawford.
Christopher Crews, Brandon Crouse, Titfan\ Dobbs. Klaie Hodges. Ashion Marsh, Kellie Marshall.
Mitchell McDermin, Djauon Paige. Peylon Parker, Cameilus Robinson. Marquis Ruise. Austin Smith. Ca-
leb Southard, Bill) Thompson. Room 01-110- Scallan: Dantelle Braddocik, Brandy Callihan, Lain Crab-
tree, Cody Cre\ s. Blane Finley, Emily Gibbs, Daniel King, Elijah Knight, Maise. Martin. NMelssa Ram-
bo, Hampton Raulerson Jr. Rebecca Rh'nhardt, Brooke Smith, Jordan Taylor. Ashleigh Thick, Leah
Wheeler, Kasey Yarborough, Collin Young. Room 01-112 Rhoden: Stephen Booth. Thomas Chrnsnan-
sen, Cordell Coleman, Rachel Famesi, Da, id Hullo, Savannah Knabb, Harli Li% ingston. Cason Lowern,
Ariel Luffman. Denzel Mack, Nicholas Mobley, Stephanie Powell. Gabriel Powers. JIc.na3hon Pressley,
Dalton Roberts. Brittan) Ruise, Aaron Shaffner. Codyl Stafford, Jacob Ta lor. Room 99-001 Abur:
Caitlyn Andres, Dakota Bois-Claire. Ethan Boaman. Amanda Bozeman. Lindsey Cannon, Rebecca Con-
ner, Chelsea Crews, Joshua Gainey. Ganett Griffis, Blarre Hanks, Ellie Helms. Chelsea Johnson, Dylan
Ken, Bryan NMeyers. Leon Plan, Majnhe\r Pringle. Care Richardson, Annionette Robinson, Ellis Star-
ling Jr., Zachary Thompson, Samuel Williams 11. Brandon Winters Room 04-404 Hobbs: James Ad-
dison, William Baker JUl, Billie Brannen Jr. Manhen E\erett Jr., Lindsey Fish, Jena Gross. Kara James,
Ashlyn Kerce, Daniel Mathe\ s, Taytum McCullough, Charles Miller, Angelo Peterson. Garrett Thomp-
son, Garrett osnk, John Waters, Tessva \\ inters Room 15-203 Musgrote: Thomas Ahrens. De\ in Al-
ford, Jarred Almeida, Jason Bennert, Brian Brandey. Jeremy Brow n. Kaste Caner, Thomas Dorsey, John-
athon Eiserman, Erica Kinghom, Ra Mlangilfico. Cle\eland Mlann, Brandi McCal in. Joseph NMclnamrn,.
Kelion Nipper, Dustin Peterson, Misty Rhoden, James Spartman,.-ndres\ Sarling, Austen Steven, Ash-
ley Stuhr. Dorian Surtency, Hayve Thomton. Jusun Wheaton, Nathan %\oodward Room 99-009 Cassi-
dy: Caleb Alford. Kayla Burnsed. Justn Campbell, Da\ ided. ard O'Carpenter. Alicia Combs, Kari
Crummey, Kristi Dais, A.llison Evans, Ryan Guillorv. TTavis Hilliard. James Hodgson, Brooke Holl. Na-
than Johnson, Dustin Martin, Beverly Parker, Kelsey Parker, Kevin Rumsey. Ryan Tayllor. Morgan
Tubbs, William Wheeler. Room 01-106 Davis: Erika Bain, Kritin Bell, Ryan Bello\ ich. Christopher
Bennett. Joseph Chambers, Kyle Cole, Conney Conner, Delaney Ganey, Kathryn Giardino, Kimberly
Haney, James Henderson, Janay Hollings, James Jackson, Justin Johns, Edward Johnson. Deon
Paige, Jessica Poole, Jennifer Roberson. Kristopher Smith,. shle) Tracy, Dastd Widemond Room 01-115
Kramer: Tyler Beach, Joseph Bender. Hanna Blue, Blake Cra ford, Shelby Greene, Bret Griffis, Josh-


ua Griffis, Ashley Hale, Erin Kirkland, Jeffrey Lambert, Chase Norman, Jeremy Odom, Matthew Russell,
Chase Sapp, Phillip Sasse, Jimmy Sikes Jr., Charles Smith, Starla Walker, Christopher Wilkerson. Room
99-004 Lewis: Emily Barton, Alan Brevaldo, Macy Bumsed, Quinci Cannon, Christian Crews, Jeremy
Eckert, Austin Elrod, Raven Gaskins, Jordan Hand, Jessica Herb, Ariel Holder, Alayna Lester, Joshua Lov-
ett, Daniel May, Steve Noblitt Jr., Jeremy Pietrowski Jr., Korie Stephenson, Jason Stout, Brandy Swords,
James Taylor, Anthony Yokom. Room 01-111 Swaim: Amber Antoine, Brooklyn Bennett, Destani
Combs, Strickland Davis, Lily Griffis, Alexandria Harris, Taylor Hartley, William Norton, Darian
Reeves, Scott Staggers, Haley Taylor, Dallas Waters, Ashton Williams, Anna Worten. Room 01-105 -
Whitehead: Brandon Alexander, Taylor Blum, Michael Bumsed Jr., Noah Davis, Tiffany Davis, James
Dinkins, Charles Frazier, Maegan Harden, Michaelann Harris, Breanna Hembree; Chelsea Higginboth-
am, Sarah Marcum, Christina Patterson, Matthew Patterson, Brittani Peterson, Samantha Poole, Wil-
liam Smith, Chad Sodek, Rachael Sorrells, Melissa Staggers. Room 09-002 Mobley: Rick Adams,
Heather Behm, Trevor Bloxham, Clarissa Brown, Crystal Case, Adriann Cremeans, Dustin Davis, Lisa
Duffey-Finkle, Joshua Ferst, Kaylin Goshom, Ashley Gueltzow, Reuben Jacksqn, Haley Kirkland,
Shaylah Manning, Dale Muse, Brooke Potts, Ashley Raulerson, Victoria Stoneberger, Cameron Thom-
as, Kristin Townsend. Room 15-208 WVilliams: Amber Allen, Rebecca Carter, April Castleberry, Kel-
sey Cauley, Gabriel Champion, Daniel Combs Jr., Cameron Hicks, Kendall Hurd, Julia Martin, Saige
McCullough, Troy McDowll, Coreyercer, Aive Metts, Justin Miller, Matthew Morris, Marcus
;Nipper, Jamie Norman. Je-;ica Rhoden. Alfredla Robins. .niihon% Shumian Room 01-102 TBA: Jo-
seph Albino, O'ler ar-ndirsion. Kiara Battles. Rashaad Church. \Vinchee Coleman, Kevin Combs Jr..
Richard Conner Jr. T,,le Gjiens. Shakerna Harmon,i Ahleo Harris, Ten)sha Lee. Ashlee Malin. Shari-
:tell Paige, Clifford Qualter, Milianda Richardon. Adrian Ruise, Laura Shumate, Mark Sioddard ir,
Danielle Wilkerson.
8th Grade: Room 01-112 Rhoden: Justin Beck. Room 15-213C Manning: Jacob Henry.
Room 03-123 Sweat: Dalon Bennell. Tyier Carr. Brock Christie, Marcus Jo, ner. Bren McDowell.
Benjamin Moore.l.ondthanr Perez, Anrhonm Rhoden. Shelby Smith. Ashiln SnNder Room 16-601 -
Hane.: Steen Adkins (tabrtel Blackrrmn, Tri._a Burnham, Stephanie Campbell, Ashle) Cole. MJr-
garet Ciook. NlMathew Davis. Rachel Dj. is. Magan Hor.ell. Brandon Robenson. Carnsa Ward, Amelia
Noung Room 01-108 Clieenger: Ste'.en Ale\ander. Ni i Blue. Brook B\ mes. Erol Caner, Joel Cox,
Nlegan Daniel,. lJohua Fernandez, Zachjar, GI ens. Amber Grlitlh. Sherman Holland. Ro J.ohnsonr
I\. Ra\en lManning. lese Mas\. Za:char. Pijrions. Pajl Ramsey, Brinan) Roion. Justln Stout. Daniel
Terinnion. blac\ \\jeks. Ties \\himarr Room 15-209 Hodges Clrtnsuin lien, Counn e Bell. Sara
Bennett. Lanri.a Bo dJ. Ahrile BrNan. Julisti Dj'l. I, Nlchell Faudree, Knisien Higen,.. Kel,afhrina Hol-
land. Kalann Longtg, ke\neishlj Ma.\ill. Mitchael Moquiri, Kerr Pifle. Jamie PugsleN, Logan Russell,
T.moilhN Sicijart. jocham \\illiam Room 03-302 Gibbs: Milion Baker r. Manjlhe, Barber. Jesi-i.
ca Cae\y, Brent Deinaird Kelli Dinkins. began Dolan. Ethan blun.on. Luke Norman. Cods Rose,
Dar\ir, Ruics. Deline \\ ilkcr. Deinnis Whale\ Ir.. Codv \ heeler Room 01-114 Lewis: Ashle.k
Barnes, James Cur-ry. loseph Dolb;,. tGrce Drummind. Brinarni Homnz. James Ho\.iari. Michael Je.
ell. Meredith Johnson. \\'llim knapp. NMegji MNcDonald. Har.:ld Moore .r, Chrisia Norman. Jcsica
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HIGGINBOTHAM'S TOWING & RECOVERY
P.O. BOX 1120, US 90 WEST
GLEN ST. MARY, FL 32040-1120
Phone (904) 259-4375 FAX (904) 259-6146
Tne following vehicles will be solo at public
auction at Higginbotham's Towing & Recovery,
US 90 West, GlenStl. Mary. FL. 32040.
Alig'uslJ, 2005 at 1000 am
1989 Buick four door
VIN# 1G4HR54C4KH498522
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VIN# 1LNLM81F6LY699770
7/28c


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SECUR-STORE MINI STORAGE
305 E. FI. Avenue
Macclenny, Florida 32063
The following unit containing such property as
furniture, household goods, etc., will be sold at
public auction on July 30, to pay back rent. Ten-
ants have up until the time of the sale to satisfy
back rent.
Unit #12 Brian or Tonya Patterson
7/21-28c

NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to
a Writ of Execution issued in the county court of
Baker County, Florida on the 5th day of July,
2005, in the cause wherein Country Federal
Credit Union was plaintiff and Marcus Starling aka
Marcus Hodges was defendant,, being Case No.
02-2005-CC-103 in said court, I, Joey B. Dobson,
as Sheriff of Baker County, Florida, have levied
upon all the right, title. and interest of the aefen..
dant Marcus Starling aka Marcus Hodges In and
to the following described property to wit
The NE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of SW 1/4
Section 5, Township 3 South, Range 22
East, of Baker County, Florida. Con-
talning approximately 10 acres more
or less. Real Estate Parcel Number 05-
3S-22-0000-0000-0 160.
I shall offer Iths property for sale, at the front
entrance of the Baker County Counhouse 339 E.
Macclenny Avenue in Macclenny, County of Bak-
er State of Florida. on August 23, 2005 at tne
hour of 11 00 am. or as soon thereafter as poss,.
Die. I wilI offer for sale all of the said defendant
Marcus Staring's aka Marcus Hodges,' right, tille
and interest in aforesaid property al public auction
and will sell the same. subject to taxes. all prior
liens, encumbrances and judgements. II any, to
the highest and best bidder or bidders lor casn in
rand the proceeds to De applied as tar as may
be 0o InR payment of costs ana the sat stacton o
ine above descr.oed execution.
(NOTE In accordance wvtn thie Americans with
Disabilities Act. persons wilh disabiliies needing
special accommodation to parlicipale in this pro-
ceeding should conlad Ine Baker County Sheral"s
Office al (904) 259-0245 prior to Ihe date or Ine
sale.)
Joey B Dobson. Sr.errtf
Baker County Florida
-;. : By Pamela L Davis
S -Civil Process Deputy
7/21.8/11tc

Public Hearing Notice
The Baker County District School Board will
nold the following public hearings on Tuesday,
September 6, 2005, in the Disirict School Board
Meeting Room located at 270 Souin Boulevard
East. Macclenny. Florida
Beginning al 6'30 pm (will De heid consecu.
lively)
2005-2006 Student Progression Plan
and Student Code of Conduct
2004-05 and 2006-07 Special Programs
and Procedures (SP & P)
The public is invited ana encouraged t1 al.
lend
7/289/11c
REGISTRATION OF FICTITIOUS NAMES
We. the undersigned being duly sworn ao
hereby declare under oath tinal the names ol all
persons interested in Ine business or profession
carried on under the name of ABC Childcare
and Learning Center nose principle place of
business is 16340 N. CR 125, Glen St. Mary, FL
32040 and the ex\enl ol the interest ol each is as
follows
NAMES EXTENT OF INTEREST
Terran Crawfora Owner/Direclor
Brenda Harey Owner
S-rrar. Crawi.rd .
Brenda L. Harvey
Signatures
STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF BAKER
Sworn to and subscribed before me tIrs 141n
gay or July. 2005
Al Fraser
ClerK 01 Courts
Baker County. Florida
By Sherr Dugger
As Deputy Clerk
7/28p

NOTICE TO BID
Notice is hereby given that mne Baker Counry
Board ol Commissioners will receive writen, s.531
ea bids in the Baker County Administration Burld.
ing located at 55 Nonh Trnrd Street. Macclenny,
Flonda 32063. unnl Wednersay. August 17 2C05
at 3 00 pm for the following
Project No. 2005-01, Resurfacing approxi- '
mately 5.3 miles County Road 127
A manaatory pre Dod conference will De reld
on Tuesday, August 9, 2005 at 10 00 am in the
Baker County Adminislralion Building at 55 North
Tnird Street, Macclenny. Florida, 32063 Bids will
not De accepted from any biaaer who is not repre-
sentea at this pre bid conference. All contractors
Dlading ints project must be prequalilled wiln
FDOT in Talianassee. Florida Contractors may
obtain specifications and bid documents at the
above mentioned address All bids musl be seal-
ed with Ine project number clearly marked on Ihe
outside of the bid packet Any bids received after
Wednesday. August 17. 2005. at 3:00 pm will not
be accepted The Baker County Board of Com-
missioners reserves Ine nghl to elect any and all
bids
7/28c

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Inal Bernice
Raulerson, the holder of Ihe Iollowing cerliricale.
has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be is-
sued thereon The cerllicale number and year of
issuance, Ihe descrploan of the property and the
name in which It was assessed are as follows:
.Certificate Number: 03-00623
Year ol Issuance: 2003
Description ol property: 29-2S-22-0000-
0000.0620. A lot beginning at the inter-
section ol the souin line o[ Ivy Street and
the east lne of Cardinal Avenue of E R.
Rhoden's addition to mthe Town ol Mac-
lenny according tlo plat recorded in Plat
Book 2, page 4 ol Ihe public records of
Baker County, Florida. then run soulh
along the east line of Cardinal Avenue. 42
leel to north line of Raulerson Lot as de-
scribed in Deed Book 21 pages 10 and
11. then run easterly along tne north line
ol the said Raulerson Lot 98 feet, then
run north 47 feel to south line ol night of
way of Ivy Street, and then run westerly
along the soutn Ilne said Ivy Street 98 feet
to the point ol beginning, all in SW 1/4 of
SW 1/4 of Section 29. Township 2 South,
Range 22 East. ,
Also, a lot beginning at the inlersection of
the north line of Ihe right of way of Ivy
SIreel and the east line of Cardinal Ave-
nue of E.R. Rhoden's addition to Ihe Town
ol Macclenny according to Plat recorded
in Plat Book 2 page 4 of the public rec-
ords of Baker County. Florida. then run
easterly along the north line of the right of
way of Ivy Street 98 feet, then run north
20 feet, then run westerly parallel with the
night of way of Ivy Street 98 feet to east
line of Cardinal Avenue, and then run


southerly along east line of Cardinal Ave-
nue 30 feel o the point ol beginning, all in
SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of Secton 29, Town-
ship 2 South. Range 22 East.
Name In which assessed: H.E. TURK
All of said property being in the County of
Baker, State of Florida
Unless such certificate shall be redeemed ac.
cording to the law, Ihe property described In such
certificate will be sold to the highest bidder at the
front door of the Baker County Courthouse on Au
gust 29. 2005, at 11 00 am
Dated this 22nd day of July. 2005.
Al Fraser
Clerk of Courts
Baker County, Flonda
By Bonnie M. Palleschi
As Deputy Clerk
7/28c


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Thomas
Siclgnano, the holder of the following certificate,
has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be is-
sued thereon. The certificate number and year of
.issuance, the. description of the property and the
name in which it was assessed are as follows:
Certificate Number: 00-0003
Year of issuance: 2000
Description of property: 16-1N-19-0000-0000-
0010. THOSE CERTAIN LOTS, pieces or parcels
of land lying arid being in the County of Baker
and the State of Florida, more particularly de-
scribed as follows, to wit Southwest.Quarter
(SW1/4) of Southwest Quarter (SW1/4) of North-
east Quarter (NEli/4 of Section Sixteen (16)
Township One 11) Nonn Range Nineteen (19)
East, containing Ten (i0) acres more or less.
SName ;n 'r.iich assessed: FRANK COLAN-
GELO.
SAll c said propeny being in the County of
Baker, State ol Florida
SUnless such certificate shall be redeemed ac-
cording to Inse law, ihe property described in such
cenilcate will De sold lo the nhignest bidder at the
front door of the Baker County courthouse on
September 21, 2005, at 11:00 am.
Dated rnis 81h day of July, 2005.
Al Fraser
Clerk of Courts
Baker County, Florida
By Bonnie M. Palleschi
As Deputy Clerk
7/14-8/4c

S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
S JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA.
j PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO.: 02-2005-CP-039
IN RE. ESTATE OF
HATTIE LOU ENGLISH
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Tre adrrinistralon of ine estate of Hattie Lou
English. deceased File Number 02-2005-CP-
039 is pending in Ire Circuit Court for Baker
County Florida. Probate Division, the address of
whicn is 339 East Macclenny Avenue. Macclenny,
Flonad 32063 Tre names and addresses of the
personal representative and the personal repre-
sentative's anorney are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS are notified
Lhal All persons upon *nom Ihis notice is served
who have aoled1ions tIat challenge the validity of
the will. tre qualifications oi ine personal repre-
sentative venue or lurisdiction ol mis court are
required to file their toilecnons with this count with-
in Ine 13ar 1o three months after the date of the
f,rst publication 01 Ihis notice or inirty days after
ine date of zerv.ice ot a copy of tnis notice on
inem
All creditors of me decedent and other per-
sons having claims or demands against dece-
dent's estate on wnom a copy of this notice is
served, within three months after nme dale of the
first publication ul tmis notice must file their claim
with Ihis count within the later of three months af-
ter the dale or the first publicalion of this notice or
Inirry days atler nme date of service of a copy of
n.is notice on inem
All oticer creditors of the decedent and per-
sons having claims or demands against the dece-
dent s estate must file Ineir claims with this court
withn three monlns aner Ihe date ol the first pub-
lcation of Iris nolrce.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
Tne dale of Ihe irsl publicallon of Ihis notice
is July 20. 05
Arlorriey for personal representative
NELSON TARACIDO. ESQ
Florida Bar No 322260
La5w Ciffce ol Peilr Previl,
5824 Sunset Drive, Suite 210
nouln Miar.i, Fioi -da 33143.
Telephone (3051 662-9504
Personal Representative:
Lonnie James McNeil
7/28-814c

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
BAKER COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO 02.2005.CA-0112
DAVID T YARBOROUGH and
DANA M YARBOROUGH. his wife
Plailnits.
vs
LINDA KATHLEEN THOMPSON, not known
to be dead or alive. and all unknown grantees,
creditors, and all other parties claiming by,
through under orr against them, and if dead. their
unknown spouses, heirs, devisees. grantees,
:redirors. and all other parties claiming by,
through. under or against them, and all unknown
grantees. credtlors and all olher parties claiming
by. through under or against them, and, if dead,
or not known to be dead or alive. their several
and respective estates, unknown spouses, neirs,
devisees, grantees and creditors, or other parties
claiming Dy, through, under or against those un-
known natural persons, and the several and re-
spective unknown assigns. successors in interest,
trustees, creditors, Ilenors or any other party
claiming by, Inrough. under, or against any corpo-
raton, existing or dissolved, or other legal entity
named as a defendant. and all claimants, persons
or parties natural or corporate. or whose exact le-
gal status is unknown, claiming under any of the
above named or descnbed defendants or parties.
or claiming to have any nrigh. title or interest in
and to Ihe lands hereafter described.
Defendant
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO LINDA KATHLEEN THOMPSON. not
known to be dead or alive
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTICED that an action
to quiet title on tre following property in Baker
County, Florida.
Part of the Southeast 114 of Section 6,
Township 2 South, Range 22 East,
Baker County, Florida as described as
follows: Commence at the Northwest
corner of said Southeast 1/4; thence
North 88538'30" East on the North line
of said Southeast 1/4, 1,554.36 feet;
thence S 0O05'45' East, 490 feet;
thence South 3732'30 West, 565.28
feet; thence South 25'17'20" West,
565.14 feet; thence South 70'38'30"
West, 40 feet to Ihe point of beginning
of the parcel of land herein described;
thence North 8292130' West, 125 feet;
thence South 058'30" East, 700 feet,
more or less to an Iron pipe and con-
tinuing 150 feet, more or less, to the
waters of the South Prong of St.
Mary's River; thence Southeasterly
along the said waters of the South
Prong of the St. Marys River, 240 feet,
more or lesh, to a point that bears
South 1127'15" East from the point of
beginning; thence North 11'27'15"
West, 400 feet more or less to an Iron
pipe and continuing 415 feet, more or
less to the point of beginning. Contain-
Ing 3.5 acres, more or less. Reserving
the North 60 feet for road and utility
purposes. Subject to covenants, ease-
ments, and restriction of record.
has been filed against you and you are required
to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to


nit on Frank E. Maloney, Jr., P.A., attorney, whose
address is 445 East Macclenny Avenue, Mac-
clenny, Florida 32063; (904) 259-3155, within
thirty (30) days after Ihe first publication of this no-
tice and on or before 18th day of August, 2005,
and to file the onginal with the clerk of this court
either before service on Frank E. Maloney. Jr.,
P.A.. attorney or immediately thereafter. otherwise
a default will be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or petition.
Witness my hand and seal of this court on
this 18th day of July, 2005.
Al Fraser
Clerk of Courts
by Jamie Crews
as Deputy Clerk
Frank E. Maloney, Jr., PA.
445 East Macclenny Avenue
Macclenny, Florida 32063
(904) 259-3155
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KELLER INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
Homeroom assignments
4th Grade Piersall Room 302: Brandie Adams, Vince Allen, David Boldry, Gage Combs, Jared
Crews, Glennakay Godwin, Brianna Graham, Kimberlee Greene, Rashodd Hadley, Mike Harman, Bran-
di Hinson, Anthony James, Taylor Johnson, Made Lawrence, Brandie Lee, Charity Midyette, Storm Mill-
er, Bayleigh Moore, Danielle Raulerson, Miranda Tanner, Sarah Wilkerson Thomas Room 102: Sydney
Albino, Melissa Baker, Breneisa Bowman,'Kelsey Brown, Destinee Bumette, Jesse Carter, Matt Chitty,
Tyler Dyal, Evan Lysaught, Tyquand Major, Hunter Patterson, Anthony Pearl, Brian Rogers, Mikala
Schaeffer, Javon Stewart, Trinise Surrency, Cody Tate, Steven Taylor, Amy Wright. Boatwright Room
408: John Adams, Dudley Brooks, Cynthia Cams, Robert Curran, Kirsty Dewit, Raven Fay, Mikel Flores,
Rasheem Gaskins, Omega Graham, Ariel Hagans, James Harris, Tyler McDonald, Logan Momeau, Au-
tumn Ray, Peyton Stacy, Sarah Strohmetz, Kevin Thomas, Emilee Thompson, Jolonda Watts, Brandon
Willis, Jeramie Youst. Christopher Room 104: Evan Barrett, Miranda Davis, Jenna Eckert, Sarah Far-
nesi, Hunter Fletcher, Colton Gray, Taylor Hancock, Reba Hines, Brittany Hodges, Alan Hodges, Madi-
son Knabb, Justice Law, Colton Lee, Austin Mallard, Caitlin Mason, Chase Meadows, Kailey Murphy, S
Jessica Padgett, Dylan Raulerson, Dillan Rowe, Kirk Smith, Sarah St. John, Victbria Tharpe, Kate
Thompson, Austin Warner. Lyons Room 303: Chelzie Alford, Laura Armstrong, Sabrina Barton, Aaron
Bumsed, Ashley Foley, Kristen Gray, Derrick Hoatlin, Deana Hodges, Christian Johns, Matthew Johnson,
Katie Mann, Christopher Merritt, Lauren Myklebost, Luke Nipper, Tommy Rollins, Megan Smith, Katie
Starling, Brad Stewart, Robert Thomas, Bobby Walker. Owens Room 304: Candi Albritton, Joshua Al-
len, Dalton Alligood, Jesse Barton, Kelsey Berry, Savanha Cox, Douglas Davis, Bryce Dotson, Conner
Gordan, Emmie Hams, Shy an Han eo, Ta) lor Hodges, Jordyn Hunter, Shelton Johnson, Taylor Lee, Joey
Manning, Matthew Manucy, Adrian Neitles, Casey Sigers, Stephanie Tvardos. Cavannaugh Room
105: Shelley Allen, Dorian Boatz, Caleb Cushman, Palmer Ferguson, Braden Gray, Mekenzi Hand, Shel-
by Hodges. Jennifer Hodges, H Blake Jones, Elisha Lee, Joshua Manning. Brandon Miller, Tyler Moran,
Kaillen Muse, Casen Noles, Brinany Norrell, Sara Penijohn, Aaliyah Ruise. Chelsea Sanderson, Lexie
Silguero, Ryan Sollicito, Ch'quan Wise. Witten Room 237: Curis Boyd. John Campbell, Kaitlyrf Cord-
er, Megan Crews, Meghan Eiserman, Brian Goldsmith, Danus Green, Reba Guin, T ronica Harrni. Au'-
tin Harvey, Amber Harvin, Nia Jackson, Stephanie Johnson, Winston Lewis, Matthew McDonald, Cassie
Miller. Mason Miller, Lace% Nettles, Vanessa Poeell, Samantha Stewan. Brookins Room 301: Bran-
den Callen. Ta lor Conner, Aaron Corder, Marshal Craven, Nlicheal Dana. Shaunra Da is. Jacob Dickinson,
Shayla Givens, Kim Green, Carl Jefferson, Nicki Jordan, Brittany Kealon. Kelly Pjrker. Lauren Rain,
Desaraie Raulerson, Journey Ryan, Cody Taylor, Jaret Turner, Hannah W\est. Tiffjn W\hale;,. Juds.,n '
Woolard. Kick-Room 103: Whitney Alford, T ler Brantey, Lenny Carer. Kalie Carter, Taylor Clayion.
Michelle Constanza, Maggie Cooper, Jacob Folsom, Natas ian Griffin, Brandon Harden, Chace Hughes,
Amanda Hysler. Randall Johns, Dayno McSwain. Kaleb Ne% mans. Daml Ni\on. Kiden Orender, Mor-
gan Rale\. Sydni Siarlmg, Brookelyn Sarling, Alexis Thomas, Kacey WVlliams, A'slien Yonn. Hughes -
Room 309: Tyler Cole, James Coleman, Ashton Craig. Randy Da% is. Gabb\ Fogany. Core\ Francis, Carl-
ion Franklin. Zacharn Graham, Denisha Griffin. Reginald Hales, Darrin Hodges. Arica Lightle%. Codi
Uoyd. Danielle Mathis. Shakyra Reed, Trey Rushing. Kirsien Starling, Jordan \Vin, Deanna Weddli Pres-
Ion Room 409: Michael Ahrens. Lawrence Albrinon. Kournn Benneti. Tailor Bo.-. les. K4la Bro.:.n.
James Caner. Austin Cook. Kante Davis, Tler Ferguson. Jennifer Gr.ens. Klie Holion. isiii Jonfe.
Leah Kaufman, E J. Lester, Joel NMathis, Joseph McCray, Paul Myers. Brandi W\alker, John Willhums Bin-
ion Room 401: Nlandi Bell. Jonathan Campos, Adam Caner. Dylan Cood\. Shelb\ Cook. Eilian Cre.' s.
Tenaa Farmer, Amber Harnill, Tiamara Johnson, Kaiv Medecke. Shelb\ Murra\. C,:,% Parrou. Rjchcl
Sible, Miranda Smith, Brystal Stokes. Charles Thomas, Jordan Turner. Rodney \ walker. Jered \\ hire.
Destiny airborough Scott Room 107: Brooke Adams, Rasne Aldous. Shad Benneit. Jjmii BumirLi.,
Darian Caner, Mlaranda English. Mikki E\ans. Patrick Farrell, Cindi Fisher. Eric G(ranihm, .Katiri
Hooker. Kameron Ingram, Nachelle King, Kyle Kirby. Ashli Knapp. Rerecca knight. T\vtan1 Kraus-ic.
Taylor Lauramore. Daniel Leftmich, Nellie Roberson. Brandon Soyrirg. Austin Sundi Smith Room
108: Kase) Alford. Nlegan Anderson, Tyler Braddy, Am1 Bradley, Hunter Chambers. Thomas Cokcr,
Emil; Collins. Taylor Dopson, Forest Elledge. Keegan Fergusori. Grani Gregory. .Att\ Hinsn. Br.inda
Jaris, Le\\ Knabb, Michael Kuster. Shelby Mechum. Mason Moble!, Ic.hua Nichol. M.,l.,i- OIjiln.
Ka.la Rhoden. K)le Stephenson, Mason Seam. Mail Wells. Tler Wendell. HunIer \\illam> Nlacken
zie \Vingard. Giddens Room 106: Dalaney Arabic. Ke!se% Anderson. Aunl B:nlk\,, B,iron Banon
Candice Blanks. Timmy Chancey. Has\ke Foibes, Cassidl Ga\.. Anihon (Gritfi.. Slephlanie iGinei. Bran
di Harrison, Clara Hanrey. Shelb) Kuhr, Rebekah NMcNeil. NMarina Mi\on. kiala Pgor. Aje\a.nlder Rg-
isiei. Chelsea Rhoden. Latesha Robinson. Brelanna Sapp, Genie Ta\lor. Shana Thomas. Madi-on Tlhoimp.
son. \\hlie L'Uke. Amber Weltrom. Clayion \Vesl. accarino- Room 508: Michael Boone. Britran' Br, .
anm, Dakota Canaday.. Opinion Craflord. Bnanna Da is. Marquel Da, is. Lithby Ehieridge. Sanjrra Har-
%e\, Emonme Hollings. Jacovan Hollings. Alan Ploucher. Kieanna Robtinwsn. Cod\ Srrm._.,.. Ta,I.ri
Thomrnion.
5th Grade Murphy Room 010: .Amnda Burneile. Chelsea C.ar. e. i Jolinihrn Cauley, Ashlei
Christie, Siephen Corirti. Charicdle Cre~s. Jjcob Darbie. Kimberl, Golden. Blake Ki.kla:r.d Dji-ni Lill,
Karlie Nlaning. Chris Miracle. NlMathe" Perez-Hins.n, Tyler Phjagar, Rashad Robin,-s. .Ahlc, Robinson,
Ale% Simmons. Ka'. Iynn Smith. Tra' is Siean. Taonha Sullian, Jasmrlne \\ ileo. Dl nur is ';iii. Her-
man Room 405: Case) Billings. Danielle Blow. Sarah Brookin-. Krisiian Buirnhim- R ichel Chambers,
Sech Clarks,'n. Core; Craig. Nlegan Crawford, Bronson Da is. Brinran Dugger. MalriAh Givens, Christi
Han, Samaniha Johnson, William Johnsoni. Ashlc Lalaso. Falon Lee, Da id Long. J.i.rdan Railey, Levi
Sapp. Auulmn Smith, Summer Sparks, Ka;ljn Siafford. James Timoiih 5.'cja, lM.:..rsaTaylor, Devin
Norman, Alison \agsiaff. Nathan Whisman, Stephanie 'accnrino Harrison Room 1901: James
Brookins. \cioria Chishoim, \\esley Combt. Beihjn. Crrc", C rsial Crob\. K.t.:;, Crummey, Haley
Dopson. Lacey England. Dusiin Haller. Hunter Hanks. Sara Harrell. Crnsia Hiliror, Kja, Ia Holland, Clay-
ton Lyons. Corey MNcConnell, Daulion McKelvey. Reagan NMcKerdree. Emily Mcadi,'.' Baleirh Nipper.
Megan Powell, Corlis Raulerson. Shiloh Richardson, Caleb Rodgers, Catan Tane. H,.ienri T,% lor. Biir.:.e
Taylor, Cheyanne Whmton, Cra)lon Williams. Sapp- Room 009: Jessica Bond. Da.i,. Gould. TT icr
Hayes, Brianna Henderson, Emily Hines,.Dear Holland, Kaylyn Holmes. Ste.en Jkrnkini. T'., lr Joinc-,
Ronnie Langsion. Suzanrne-ighlWe-Thorti ;DSD' ih Mrinning Kshle M.:Culi:-h Chi-, iiir.i Mei-. Ri-
tany Namwises, Shafiee Paige, Brianna Smith, Travis Spwlley, Dimitri Standberry, Andrew Thames, Ja-
cob Wheeler, Adam Worten. McClendon Room 406: Chase Almeida, Johnny Baxter, Patrick Berry,
Kase; Blue. Lida Boykin, Brianna Dana, Garrett Dotson; Justin Eddins, Brenton Evett, Bobby Gifford,
Kadiiah Lee. Karleigh lMcCann, Heather NlcNun. hrnred Nash. Talor Odjum, NMlan.ui P.igc Ro:i:en, R.:-i-
ers, Rickie Sanders. Justin Sapp. Britine\ Weddle. Stac; Wells. Shannn \.Icoe Lucas Room 407:
Ashleigh Behm. Kirby Black, Amanda Brantley. Kel\in Brov. n. lames Chad'.'ick Bnianna Ferii.ar.jdz.
Mlegan Graham. Justin Guillor.. IMnchell Holland. Dylan Hurst. Siephanie Kern:. Rebecci Kinceio:c,
Dana McDosell. Ashle%, Mercer. John Nettles. Timothy Padgeu. Laris Paic. Ienniiter Richjird-...
Heather Rosier. Bryce Sellers. Ja son Sikeen, Autumn Sundy Porterfield Room 1905: Michehla .Anail.
Adam Bares, Bradley Cloer. Jessica Crabiree. Austin Harris, Bridget Higginboihjam Shane .oihn;,iin. er-
rica McKenzie. Landon Mitchell, Tyler Orberg. C3se; Padgetn. Rachel Po-lit. Kcnreilh Ro:b'rt'i. Djioelle
Sapp. Jacob Shtifner, Keifer Stam, Asia Stewart. Tirtan; Theophile. Tara T _son, Kcli Wj \ers. Brnii.',
Welbom, CordarIl Williams K. Taylor- Room 1902: Talor Adkin-. Sie ien Buhler Sconl Burkhardi.
Paul Carroll, Jessica Da'nis, Mavalh Duncan, Dl Ian Gerace. Beihajn Greer Dili.n -l.aris.fil.. Rnr.dll
Hay, Corey Hester. Je.teli King. Dareshla Kirksey. Ceirra Manino. Madi>son Moigan Th.:,Tm.j 0. r,-..
.Ahley Paige. Tiler Reneau, Lauren Roberts. Tera Roddenben AlJe\andira Slc:m'jivor, D.lIa Siril.ljanid
Christopher Thomas Micke- Room 404: Cody Calan, Joshua Cort-ii. Halr, Cie. _.. Anica DCermpci.
Domesha Foid. Joshua Hill. Kelvin Holland, Skylar Lane, Corei. LL4. cr. Amherl\ L -. -is, Esihcr rlorg jn
Matthew Neidermeier. Dwight Paiker, Anna Pass, Amberly Richardson. Bronnr Richlar.doi. Maurice
Shope. Tra\ is Staggers, Michael Slarling. Madison Stephens. Brliner TjI..ir. Chri-nli Tia\ il,r. Jo:.eph Tja,-
lor. Owings- Room 1904: Kerr' Brewer, Caleb Carroll. Zac Collins. Mnllchell Conner. Tricia Craj'. t,,d
Hope Da\is, Aaron Dinkns, Ariel Dixon, Richard Dolby. Eric James. lame i Jordan. Sicph-anri kinchele.,
Jacqueline Long. Amanda NeMahan, Johnathan North. Efica Ploucher, Robrtn Raulersio.n. Enc.k Slouta-
mire. Curtis Thompson, Shasn Thornon, Ashley Wheeler, Marquise W\ Iltams Q. Ta lor Room 403:
MNanhes Andralouis, Hunter Bell, .Alexis Branch. Joshalyn Brow'n. Bnan Bro.-.n. lamec Bums;ed ilichJcla
Cannon. Aaron Cre\%. hitley Cre\,s, Dillon Crews. Laurel Daj t. Didier Garcia. Garis.or Gailin, Col.
by Harris, John Jacobs, Mlarthen\ Koster. Luc Mallei, Chris McMlahn. Thrnn Nlckerio. Leslec- M.ormari.
Lilly Neal. Tristan Payne. Latondria Perkins, Christopher Richard-on. Cinal Room 1903: B-thil.-\; Ad.-
dison. Da\ id Baker. John Bemaio. Spencer Blue, uosrhnk Dison, Mlchalah Fc.erman. Bnitne I-lrr,4. M.Ij
gen Har ey. Laken Head. Jordan Jones, Jonathon Kinney ..Mei-: Lange. Dy nji Minning. C a ji ller
Brandyn Mlorgan. Crystal Miouzin, Treston Raybum. lMatlhk Scoll, Donald Sims. limmiiic S1.- arl. \\ il-
liam Summe). Cory Sweeney. Wheeler- Room 1906: T ier Bald\ in, Morgan Bell. Chase Briannan. S-
mantha Combs. Iis Cooper, Emily Crews, Cody Crews, Daniel Demko Case\ Dikins. Stephen Gregoi-r.
Dillon Mann, Jessl.n Pnksiton. Taylor Rhoden, Brooke Robertns. Cra Rutse. Bruce Sapp. Hilar, Shiloh.
Chandler Taylor, Chase Taylor, Alexa Thomas. Talmadge Turner. \yndell \allace. Ethan \ ilkeron
Murphree Room 402: Dolton Ackerman. Kristina Ball. Matihne Carner. Michelle Caorn. Garrett
Clardy, Chrisitna Constanza, Joshua Crews, Starita Da\ is. Caiherine Da\ is. Markja Da'.is. Kamala Dn,-
al, Ashleigh Kerrigan, Johnathan Lamb, Shawn Lepeak. Larry Major. Trey McDos\ell, Siephanie Nall.
Mercedes Rhoden, Lonnie Sansoucie, Brian Smith, Brooke Vincent. Majrke \\ilker;,n Morgan and
Morley Room 101: Hidies Aluns, Moses Bellamy. Emma Broughman. De\ anie Bro.ain. Darious Can-
er, Rondesia Claston, Dalton Conger. Sidney Crews, Isaac Ford. Shawn Green. lacqueline Hohlling.
Zachary Hutchins, Marcus Jackson, Monica Johnson, Caleb Koessler. Fja ion Lee: Malik Lee A.hlec
Reddel. Brandon Ruise, Kristi Stivender, James Swean, Counney Taylor. William weeks s
4th and 5th grade Cherry Room 240: Crystal Bench, Brandon Da,,s. Rhondesia Gisens.
Robert Hoffman. Richard Hughes, Kenya Jones, Letrey Mosley, Jaden Williams


A The following activities are
scheduled in Baker County
Schools July 27-August 5. This
C listing may be incomplete and
Subject to change without notice.

1 July 27: District Wide-
2 Substitute teacher training from
S9 am to 3 pm in the district school
board meeting room.
SJuly 28: District Wide-
Teachers return; Substitute teach-
A ertraining from 9 am to3 pm in
B the district school board meeting
C room. Open house for vocation-
Sal and adult education from 1-4
pm at old ME front office. Break-
fast facult- meetings at 8 am. Ad-
2 ult Center Southside- Lunch/-
Sfaculty meeting at 11:30 am.
*July 29: District Wide-
SEmployees luncheon at 11:30 at
A BCHS cafeteria. Pre-Kparent
B orientation at 9 am in the Family
c Services Center.
August 1: District Wide-
SSchool board meeting at 6:30
pm. BCHS- Open House at 7
S pm in the cafeteria. Faculty
breakfast in the cafeteria. Voca-
3 lional teachers meeting at 10:30
Sam in room 526.
*August 2: District Wide-
A Nutrition serx ices managers in-
Sservice at 9 am in district school
c board meeting room.,
August 3: District V ide-
]!1 Heallh Fair. 8-11 am. Family
1 Scr ices Center. New employee
2 luncheon. 11 am. BCMS cafete-
Sria. ESE. guidance and student
serl ices meetings. 1-3 pm. Train-
'- mng C(enter. BCHS- Activilies &
sponsors meeting. 1:15 pm. gym.
.August 4: District Wide-
Students return.


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for the week of :
August 4-5
BREAKFAST
TH IRSDAY: Nuirigrlin .. b.ir tilh milk
;ad .lace
FRIDAY: \anl tl arn srup .itah milk and
LlUNCH
THLIRSDAN: Chc%,c pizza or -roasZ pork
.iilm roll. choice o i.'O poltak..s and gra.'v green
h,: irn Irr- l ir..1 IT||
FRIDAY: Sloppy'jbor grilled thickifisfiid-:'
wich chnice "f twon corn, lettuce and tomato slice,
fp\. .II.L a and iil ..



CANCER?

Don't go it alone
The Baker County
Cancer Support Group
First Tue~Jdad of month
; i:00 : pm '
Baker Cuunn- Health Departmentri


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NOTICE OF TAX FOR SCHOOL CAPITAL OUTLAY

The Baker County School Board will soon consider a measure to.continue to impose a
2.00 mill property tax for the capital outlay projects listed herein.

This tax is in addition to the school board's proposed tax of 5.941 mills for operating
expenses and is proposed solely at the discretion of the school board.

THE PROPOSED COMBINED SCHOOL BOARD TAX INCREASE FOR BOTH
OPERATION EXPENSES AND CAPITAL OUTLAY IS SHOWN IN THE ADJACENT
NOTICE.

The Capital Outlay tax will generate approximately $1,169,802 to be used for the
following projects:
CONSTRUCTION AND REMODELING
S New classroom construction county wide ,
Remodeling physical facilities .
County wide covered walkways and paving
MAINTENANCE RENOVATION AND REPAIRS
:.Roof repairs county wide..
County wide carpet and floor covering,replacement
MOTOR VEHICLE PURCHASES ,
Purchase of five (51 school buses and vans :
NEW AND REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT
Furniture, equipment and software county-wide
Telephone and intercom system
Fire/security system ,:
PAYMENTS FOR EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES AND SITES DUE UNDER A LEASE-
PURCHASE AGREEMENT
Pre-K Kindergarten center
PAYMENT OF LOANS APPROVED PURSUANT TO SS. 1011.14
AND 1011.15, FS.
Repayment of Qualified Zone Academy Bond
PAYMENT OF COSTS OF COMPLIANCE WITH ENVIRONMENTAL STATUTES
AND REGULATIONS
S Underground storage tanks for transportation & maintenance. :
PAYMENT OF COSTS OF LEASING RELOCATABLE EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES
Rental of portables county-wide ..

All concerned citizens are invited to a public hearing to be held on August 1,
2005, at 6:30 p.m. at the School Board meeting room, 301 South Boulevard
East, Macclenny, Florida.

A DECISION on the proposed CAPITAL OUTLAY TAX will be made at -
this meeting.

S1. .e'I. -.r. ..


NOTICE OF PROPOSED


TAX INCREASE


The Baker County School Board will soon consider a measure to

Increase its property tax levy.


Last year's property tax levy
A. Initially proposed tax levy....... .. $ 4,154,215
B. Less tax reductions due to Value Adjustment Board.
and other assessment changes............... ($86,087)
C. Actual property tax levy. ........ $4,240,252


This year's proposed tax levy ..... .. ..3.... $4,644,697


A portion of the tax levy is required under state law in order for
the school board to receive $20,043,419 in state education

grants.
The required portion has increased by 5.01 percent, and repre-
Ssents approximately seven tenths of total proposed taxes.


The remainder of the taxes is proposed solely at the discretion
of the school board.


All concerned citizens are invited to a public hearing on the tax
increase to be held on August 1, 2005, 6:30 pm at the Baker

County School Board Meeting Room, 301 South Boulevard East,

Macclenny, Florida.


A DECISION on the proposed tax-increase and budget will be'
made at this hearing.


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PROPOSED VILLAGE LEVY
OPERATING
Local Effort
Discretionary
CAPITAL OUTLAY
TOTAL


5.181
0.760
2.000
7.941


BUDGET SUMMARY
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD OF BAKER COUNTY
The proposed operating budget expenditures, of the. School Board of Baker
County are 15.4A% more than last year's total operating. expenditures.
Fiscal Year. 2005-06


REVENUES GENERAL SPECIAL REVENUE DEBT SERVICE CAPITAL PROJECT INTERNAL SERVICE Total
Federal 370,000.00 2,965,280.00 3,335,280.00
State Sources 25,876,570.00 29,796.00 150,300.00 577,402.00 26,634,068.00
Local Sources 3,636,151.00 700,000.00 1,111,311.57 470,000.00 5,917,462.57
TOTAL REVENUES 29,882,721.00 3,695,076.00 150,300.00 1,688,713.57 470,000.00 35,886,810.57
Transfers in 435,432.00 435,432.00
Nonrevenue Sources
FUND BALANCE -July 1,2005 4,000,000.00 383,004.00 20,000.00 3,744,065.24 100,000.00 8,247,069.24
TOTAL REVENUES AND BALANCES 34,318,153.00 4,078,080.00 170,300.00 5,432,778.81 570,000.00 44,569,311.81
EXPENDITURES
Instructional 16,075.218.52 1,176,835.93 17,252,054.45
Pupil Personnel Services 1,720,318.85 227,931.00 1,948,249.85
Instructional Media Services 787,556.33 787,556.33
Instructional & Curriculum
Development Services 741,424.35 379,285.00 1,120,709.35
Instructional Staff Training 55,19962 177,330.00 232,529.62
Instructional Related Technology 227,020.06
Board of Education 242,483.70 242,483.70
General Administration 375,700.97 53,747.07 429,448.04
School Administration 1,829,478.17 1,829,478.17
Facilities Acquisition Construction 807,671.70 5,042,446.81 5,850,118.51
Fiscal Services 531,833.77 531,833.77
Food Services 1,987,700.00 1,987,700.00
Central Services 801,817.12 26,500.00 460,000.00 1.288,317.12
Pupil Transportation Services 1,823,434.66 48,651.00 1,872,085.66
Operation of Plant 3,360,379.50 3,360,379.50
Maintenance of Plant 908,844.45 908,844.45
Administrative Technology Services 186,194.18 186,194.18
Community Services 176,276.35 176,276.35
Debt Service 728,416.30 166,000.00 894,416.30
Total Expenditures 31,379,268.60 4,077,980.00 166,000.00 5,042,446.81 460,000.00 41,125,695.41
Transfers Out 100.00 390,332.00 45,000.00 435,432.00
FUND BALANCE July 1,2006 2,938,884.40 4,300.00 65,000.00 3,008,184.40
TOTAL EXPENDITURES
TRANSFERS & BALANCES 34,318,153.00 4,078,080 00 170,300.00 5,432,778.81 570,000.00 44,569,311 81


THE TENTATIVE, ADOPTED, AND/OR FINAL BUDGET ARE ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED TAXING AUTHORITY

Total Governmental Revenues Current Operating Revenues per UFTE
(Federal, State, Local)
8000
$45,000,000 7000--
$40,000,000 6000
$35,oooooo g---~ I ~ 5000
$35,000,000 50
Ye rs 4Y000
u $30,000,000
= $25,000,000 4000
> $20,000,000 3000
a $15,000,000 2000
$10,000,000 1000
$5,000,0000

2004-05 1999-2000 1994-95 04-0' 1999-2000' 1994-95
Years Years


AS A PUBLIC RECORD.


Total Current Operating Revenues

$35,000,000
$30,000,000
-, $25,000,000
= $20,000,000
> $15,000,000
$10,000,000
$5,000,000

*2004-05 "1999-2000 1994-95
Years


Total
Revenues
(Federal, State
and Local)
2004-05 $ 39,971,302
1999-2000 $ 26,951,884
1994-95 $ 24,558,340



Capital Projects Revenues


$10,000,000

$8,000,000

$6,000,000

$4,000,000

$2,000,000

$-


2004-05 1999-2000 1994-95
Years


Capital
Projects
Revenues
2004-05 $ 8,665,337
1999-2000 $ 1,002,077
1994-95 $ 2,426,004


Number of UFTE


4,700
4,650
4,600
S4,550
. 4,500
4,450
4,400
4,350
2004-05 1999-2000 1994-95
Years


K-ADULT
UFTE
2004-05 4,622
1999-2000 4,464
1994-95 4,661


Current
Operating
i Revenues per
UFTE
2004-05 $ 6,743 96
1999-2000 $ 5,780.97
1994-95 $ 4,717.92


Total Current
Operating
Revenues
*2004-05 $ 31,170,588
*1999-2000 $ 25,806,524
1994-95 $ 21,988,828


Debt Service Revenues


Total Number of Instructional Employees


350
340
330
320
310
300
290


2004-05 1999-2000 1994-95
Years



Total
Number of
Instructional
Employees
2004-05 342
1999-2000 324
1994-95 313


$146,000
$144,000
$142,000
$140,000
$138,000
$136,000
$134,000
$132,000
$130,000


2004-05 1999-2000 1994-95
Years


Debt
Service
Revenues
: 2004-05 $ 135,377
: 1999-2000 $ 143,283
1994-95 $ 143,508


Total Number of Employees

550
540
S530
520 -
E 510

500
490
2004-05 1999-2000 1994-95
Years


TOTAL
NUMBER OF
EMPLOYEES
2004-05 540
1999-2000 523
1994-95 507


*Total current operating revenues
have been reduced by Workforce
Development funds in the amount
of $394,477 in order to provide

comparability in the calculation of
current operating revenues per
UFTE. This adjustment is neces-

sary due to the exclusion of adult
programs from UFTE beginning
in 1997-98.


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Limited to the first publication only. If after that
time, the ad continues to run without notification ol
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lished, then that party assumes lull payment re-
sponsibility. The Baker County Press reserves the
right to refuse advertising or any other material
which in the opinion of the publisher does not meet
standards of publication.


Green Virginia premium peanuts, $34
bushel. Truluck Farms, O'Brien, FL.
Hand picked, graded and washed. Call
anytime for directions. Local pickup
available. 386-935-0545 or 386-647-
7968 or 386-647-7969 or 259-2055.
7/14-9/1 c
Plywood, CDX and OSB, lowest
prices. 259-2900. 7/21-28c
Going out of business. Fabrics, bolt
and flat fold, cornices, king, uphol-
stered headboard, florals and supplies.
much more. By appointment 708-2001.
7/21-28p
Butterfly dining table with 6 chairs
very ornate, fluted legs, rare: half
round foyer console. All pieces are ma-
hogany wood. Southern Charm. 259-
4140. 2,'3tfc
2003 Pioneer pull behind camper, like
new, $12,000, everything stays. 259-
9066. 7/28p
Antique breakfront buffet, breakfront
china cabinet, buffet, all mahogany,
can be seen at Southern Charm.-259-
4140 12 9rfc
Good used appliances, 90 day money
back guarantee. 266-4717 6.2-11 1 7p
1995 Dutchman pop-up, great condi-
tion. 1 queen, 1 king, 2 table beds,
sink, 3 way refrigerator, inside/outside
stove, A/C and heat, $2500. 259-5877.
7/21 tfc
Mahogany secretary, beautiful piece,
excellent condition. Southern Charm
259-4140. 12/9rfc
Bankruptcies, last chance, new laws
soon, divorce, adoptions, deeds, wills,
notary service, etc. Call anytime, John
Swanson, 266-9270. 7/28p
Generator, diesel, 5500 watt. used 1
hour, paid $2300, asking $2000. 266-
4579. 7/28p


Oils, acrylics, water colors, canvases, 1984 Chevy Corvette, hard top con- For a motivated, qualified person in
drawing pads and much more! The Of- vertible, 54,000 original miles. power Baker and surrounding counties. Great
fice Mart, 110 S. Fifth Street, 259- steering, brakes, windows and door pan time job with full time potential. Ex-
3737. tfc locks, automatic, AM'FM, CD player, perience in sales helpful. Reply with re-
Corner china cabinet $100; 27" floor leather belts, two tone bronze, $5500 sume and references to P.O. Box 598,
model TV $0nn hoedrnnm spr t$20nn OBO. Call Eddie 259-6740. 7.28p Macclenny, FL 32063.


259-9066. 7/28p
Full size French provincial bedroom
suite, $450; French door, 60x80. $150.
904-285-2744 7/28p
Kawasaki Prairie 400, 4x4, automatic,
never been in mud or rode hard,
$3500. 259-0893. 7/28c
BF Goodrich Longtrail T/A,
LT255'70'16, 18,563 miles, $175. 259-
3204 leave message. 7/28p
Betty's Beauty Salon summer special,
pedicure and manicure $25.00, CR
127 259-7380. 7/28p
Jet Ski, 3 seater, one owner, runs like
new, $3500 Call for details 653-2299.
7/28p
30' 5th wheel camper, 2 slideouts, su-
perslide, living and dining area and
bedroom slide, limited luxury edition,
many extras, excellent condition,
$18,000 334-6033. 7/28c
Dish TV satellite dish, receiver and re-
mote, $45 cash. Call Morris at 259-
5796. 7--28


1997 Cougar XR7. 91.000 miles,
stereo CD, white, automatic, power
windows and locks, power seat, tilt,
$2995 cash, looks great. 259-2253.
7/21-28p
1998 Toyota RAV4, $3295. 259-5779
or 259-2381. 7/28c
1997 Ford Explorer XL, green, 4 door,
AM/FM/cassette, 5 disc CD player,
power windows, air, $6000 OBO, right
--panel to passenger-dor :need5'oibdy-;'
work 923-6647 7 28p
2003 Chevy 1500 pickup, LS package,
stepside, 36,000 miles, automatic, V8,
power windows, locks and mirrors,
dark charcoal, $17,000..259-0893.
7/28c
1979 Ford pickup. '; ton, $600, fair
condition; 1977 Ford pickup (parts),
$100 Call 614-2383 days or 259-4374.
7/28p
1991 Chevy S10, runs good, tires
good, new paint, spray in bedliner,
2.9L engine, 5 speed, $1800 OBO.
894-3414 or 259-9141. 7/28p


2002 Mercury Grand Marquis, one
owner, clean, new tires, keyless entry,
loaded, 80,000 miles, $10,000. 259-
7549. ,.. 7/28p


1992 Pontiac Sunbird, 5 speed, real
clean, 35 mpg, $1900 OBO. 653-1656
or 904-591-2916 ask for Terry. 7,28p


Now accepting antique furniture on
consignment. Pieces have to be in
good condition Call Karin at Southern
Charm 259-4140 2i13ric
Announce the arrival of your "bundle
of joy", 6' stork daily rentals. 259-3803
or 904-571-3703. 7/14-28c
Tree trimming removal and clean up.
Licensed and insured. 259-7968
10'21tfc
Do you have a junk car or truck you
want hauled off or to sell? 259-7968.
4 .22tic
Lawn mower and equipment serviced
or repaired. Honest, dependable, guar-
anteed. Pickups and delivery available
Dwight Rhoden at 904-588-3169 or
275-2047. 7i21-8/4p
E&S Lawn Service, same day, free
estimates, guaranteed to save dollars
for you. 465-3841. *7,21-8,25P


Dogs: all types from puppies to adults
Animal Control. $50 boarding fees will
apply. 259-6786. 11/20tfc
14 year old gelding quarter horse and 4
year old mare, sorrel, paint, 3 saddles,
extras, $2500. 904-386-6002.7/28-84p
3 year old Australian shepherd; .11
month old beagle, $100 each..259-
qCO.*-A .. k B ; 7.." '


The newspaper often publishes classified
advertising on subjects like work at-home,
weight loss products health products
While Tre newspaper uses reasonable dis-
cretion in deciding on publication of such
ads, it takes no responsibility as to trie truhn.
fulness of claims Respondents should use
caution and common sense before sending
any money or making other commitments
based on statements and/or promises de-
mand specifics in writing You can also call
the Federal Trade Commission at 1-877-
FTC-HELP to find out how to spot traudu.
lent solicitations. Remember if it sounds
too good to be True it probably is
The Baker County Press


Experienced painters needed. Must
have tools. 259-5877. 12/36tfc


DIVERSWANE


$100 SGmm BNU


PRITCHETT



TRUCKING


We have immediate positions for local Class A drivers. Day or night shift
available. Local or OTR. 401K, Health Insurance, Paid Vacation,
Performance and Safety Bonus.


CALL 1-800-808-3052
www.pritchetttrucking.com


6/2tfc
Hair stylist'nail tech needed for down-
town salon. 259-2387 or 259-5400.
7/7-28p
L.V. Hiers Oil is accepting applications
for a Class A or B fuel truck driver. Must
have clean driving record, good pay,
good benefits. Contact Les Stone. 259-
2314 or 237-0062. 7/21tfc
Assistant operations manager. Indi-
vidual needed to assist in daily opera-
tions of security company, must be
people oriented, security or previous
police experience helpful Call Giddens
Security Corp at 904-384-8071 or ap-
ply in person at 528 S. Edgewood
Ave., Jacksonville, FL. or fax resume
to 389-9931. 7/21-8/4c
Experienced wile down man needed,
good pay, health insurance. 904-334-
7890. 7.21-8/4p
Full time caretaker for large acre resi-
dent, housing and salary provided. Call
Monday-Friday 9:00 am-9:00 pm, 904-
759-8641 or 912-843-2363 or fax re-
sume to 912-843-2543. 7,'21-28p
Pipe layer/heavy equipment operator,
should have 3 years experience in-
stalling RCP and utilizing track hoes,
CDL license also desirable. Call 904-
693-6660 or apply in person at 5465
Verna Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32205.
7/21-28p


Experienced A'C and duct installers,
up to $15 per hour. Must have good
driving record. 259-8038. 7/14-28p
Tractor mechanic with experience
- heg;ed-at Maeflenny Equipment and
Tractor Sales.'"Have your own tools
Please call lor an interview at 259-
4277, Monday thru Friday, 9 am to
5-30 pm. 6/30tfc
Local home health care agency seek-
ing PRN registered nurse for local and
surrounding areas. Call 259-3111 for
details. 2/24tfc
Experienced plumber's helper
needed Must have driver's license and
be able to pass drug test. 275-2683.
7/7tfc
Experienced tree climber, pay nego-
tiable. Ask for Danny 622-8007 or 653-
2382 after 7:00 pm. 7/28-8/4p


Land- Located in Lancaster Glen
4'/! miles west of Macclenny. Easy
access to US Hwy. 90 and 1-10.
Lot #1- 11.74 acres $76,310
Lot #4- 12.11 acres $78,715-Pending
Lot #11- 14 acres $98,000-Pending
Lot #15- 10 acres $65,000-Pending
Lot #18- 15 acres $67,500-Pending
Lot #21- 25.42 acres $101,680
Nice Affordable Home 3 bed-
room. 2 bath doublewide with large
deck on city lot. CH/A, vinyl siding
w ith shingle roof. Close to every-
thing. Only $64,900.
Great starter home or rental.
Doublewide on 2.5 acres, 3 BR. 2
BA, 9 ( Ln x 7aneed -oriillture
(bring' Contractending on
paved St.
Mar). Affordably priced at
$69000. Reduced to $65,000.
10 Acre Tract zoned for MH and
horses. Located in a newly devel-
opin SOLr/ homes
and romes.
County maintain road o home
owner association $65,000.


rSALf


MG SALE




Thursday & Friday
8:00 am-2:00 pm,
121 north 3 miles
across state line, left
on Farley Burnsed,
right on Bob Thrift,
3rd drive on right.
Friday 8:00 am-?,
121 north to 23B, 1st
house. Baby boy 0-
12 months, girl's 6-
10, ladies 12-18,
more.
Friday & Saturday
8:00 am-1:00 pm,
4209 Hickory St.,
Macclenny II. Jeans,
ladies and boy's
clothes, household
items.
Saturday 8:00 am-?,
American Cheer and
Dance studio beside
Food Lion. 80 fami-
lies. Everything from
clothing to house-
wares, furniture. Pro-
ceeds will benefits
nMmerican All Star
Cheerleaders.


Friday & Saturday
8:00 am-2:00 pm,
Macclenny II, 4708
Birch St., 121 south,
turn left on Estates
Dr. at motel, turn
right at stop sign, 1st
right is Birch, last
house on left, follow
signs. Numerous
items including
leather sectional, din-
ing room table, china
buffet and hutch; ar-
moire, chairs, lamps,
tables, designer
clothes of various
sizes, men's,
women's, misses'
and petite, miscella-
neous items.
Friday & Saturday
9:00 am-?, Wood-
lawn Rd. to Creek-
side. Baby and
women's clothes,
much more.
Friday & Saturday
8:00 am-?, Rubin
Crawford Rd., off
23C. Furniture, fab-
ric, kid's clothes, of-
fice and school sup-
plies, bric-brac. 5
families.
Friday & Saturday,
43 N. 4th St. Local
Homebrand Ceram-
ics, clearance sale,
large assortment-
great prices.


Construction personnel immediate
openings. Pipelayers, excavator oper-
ators, loader operators. Drug screen
required. Jensen Civil Construction,
9100 Philips Hwy. EOE/m/f/d'v
7/28-8/4c
Housekeeper, part-time, flexible
hours, drug free, background check,
dependable, must have transportation,
266-2042 leave message. 7/28-8/4p
Help wanted at A&R Truss. 259-3300.
7/28tfc


Friday & Saturday
8:00 am-noon,
13860 N. 121, past
weigh station on left.
Lots of toys, house-
hold items, boy's and
girl's clothes, 6
months-5 years,
women's, all name-
brand, bedding, small
furniture, lots of other
items.
Friday & Saturday
8:00 am-?, 7349 W.
Madison St., Glen.
Friday & Saturday
8:00 am-noon, 121
S turn right on Mud-
lake Rd., thru 4 way,
1st dirt road on right,
1st house on left.
Children's clothing,
shoes, movies, much
more.
Saturday 8:00 am-?,
E. River Circle. Girl's
7/8, young girl's 5/7,
jeans, tops,
sweaters, coats,
shoes, household
items. Back to School
sale.
Saturday 8:30 am-?,
4360 Dogwood St.,
Macclenny II. House-
hold items, dishes,
clothes, tools, elec-
tronic games, exer-
-cise bike, much
more.


Domestic and handyman help
wanted. Baker Quail Plantation needs
two individuals 1 for food preparation,
house cleaning and laundry; 1 for as-
sisting with guided quail hunts, pro-
cessing and packaging birds, lawn
r.;aintenance, diving tractor, etc. 904-
259-4451. 7/28-8/4p
Class A CDL driver wanted to drive for
an owner operator hauling groceries out
of Wal-mart Distribution Center in Mac-
clenny, with an option to buy the truck.
386-590-0861 or 386-209-0116. 7/28p


WE SELL PROPERTY FAST!!



LET US SELL YOURS...


Commercial Lot 14,000 sq. ft.
100 ft..frontage on SR 121. Located
between Waffle House and Day's
Inn, adjacent to 1-10. $125,000.
2 Commercial Buildings Both
occuied andl located itery busy
area~ictie
Shol I -it has
1000 SF Priced at $129,000 each.
13.5 Acres Located on paved road
in Glen St. Mary, zoned agricultural
7.5. Bring your horses & MH or
build your dream home. $125,000.
Nice Building Lot- 1.05 acre in
Oakridge (Off of Bob Burnsed Rd.)
North l'lllya ially


clear


Restricted to site built homes only.
High and dry with some trees.
Priced at $29,900
Two homes in Jax Very nice
area on Hecksher Drive in
Jackson\ ille. This area is known
as Jacksonville's Silver Lining-
North Florida's Keys. "Tvo small
homes on approximately 1/2 acre
each. These homes could be
removed to build your dream
home. Reduced to $250,000.


Florida '

Crown

Realty


Serving ALL your real estate needs!


Deep Water- 60 beautiful acres
on the St. Mary's River. Many
native palm trees. This unique
property was once a deep water
port for sailing ships. Secluded
with its own private road. Located
next to the world famous White
Oak Plantation in Nassau County.
If you are looking for a private
estate site, this is it. Shown to qual-
ified buyers by appt. only. Priced at
$3,500,000
Ten Acre Tract Nice ten acre
tract in Baker County. Approx-
imately ten year old planted pines.
Zoned for horses. Close to US
Hwy. 90 on Arnold Rhoden Rd.
$100,000.
Lot on Little St. Mary's River,
conveniently located between
Glen St. Mary and Macclenny.
This heavily wooded dot is restrict-
ed to site built homes only. acre
+ priced at $34,000.
Mobile homes welcome. 2.5
acres with several nice trees
inclu Jtrees.
Small lprty.
Located off Clete Harvey Rd.
$30,000.


799 6hS.,,- .l. -




259-65550







THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday. July 28. 2005 PAGE SEVEN B


Driver needed. Class D license, 2
years driving experience required. 259-
7374. 7/28-8/4p
Help needed at Higginbotham's Tow-
ing; also night and weekend tow truck
operator. Call 259-4375. 7/28c

Deer Hunt Club looking for members.
10,000 acres adjacent to Okefenokee
Swamp located on US Highway 1, 14
miles north of Folkston, GA. 4,000
acres still hunt only, 6,000 acres dog
hunt,'three days a week, still hunt any-
time. For more information, contact
Jackie Carter at 912-496-7526.


CD returns not up to par? 12-15% re-
turns guaranteed and 100% secured
by real estate. Local investments.
George Knabb, Jr. 904-219-0480.
7/14tfc
I e lEstat
I^^^^H^^- I I--^ --^^^^^^^^^^


Ready Aug./Sept. New home, 2400
sq. ft., 5 BR, 2 BA on quiet .67 acre lot.
Contract now pick color/trim options.
259-8128. '7/7-8/11
Baldwin. Lots for sale, walk to school.
266-9270. 7/28p


Old Nursery Plantation, approxi-
mately 3 acres, asking price $75,000.
Call 904-860-8918. 7/21-28p
3 BR, 2 BA open floor plan, new roof,
new vinyl siding, large front porch, 1.89
acres, above ground swimming pool,
storage shed. $128,000. 259-4770 or
653-1302. 7/28-8/4p
3 BR; 2 BA doublewide, 1'/I acre, Wor-
thington Springs near Lake.Butler. 904-
653-1656 or 904-591-2916 ask for
Terry. 7/28p


' 1 BR apartment. 259-3227. 7/7tfc
Mobile homes, 2 and 3 BR, A/C, no
pets, $500-$550 plus deposit. 904-860-
4604 or 259-6156. 3/17tfc
1 acre lot for mobile home in Macedo-
nia area off Odis Yarborough. Call
Brian at 759-5734 or 259-6735. 3/24tfc
2 BR, 1 BA in Cozy Corners, Glen
St.Mary, lawn service, trash and water
provided, CH/A, $500 per month, 1st,
last and $300 deposit. 259-7335.
7/7tfc
2 BR, 1 BA singlewide, large yard,
good neighborhood, $450 per month,
1st, last and $200 escrow. 259-5877.
7/21 tfc
3 BR, 2 BA mobile home, $650 per
month, $600 deposit. 259-4183.
7/21-28p


Private and plush, 5'/2 acre ranchette,
barn, 2.38 acres fenced, pool, deluxe
hot tub, satellite, 8 sky lights, gas fire-
place; 2 large master suites, like new
inside and out, on the Little St. Mary's -
600'.frontage, $1295 plus utilities, ADT
security available already installed,
pets considered. Call 703-927-4986 or
904-653-1152. 7/21-8/11p
3 BR, 1 BA newly remodeled brick
home in Sanderson, no pets or smok-
ing, $725 per month plus deposit. Call
699-1781. 7/21f tfc


3 BR, 2 BA brick house on 2.24 acres,
fenced barn, brick fireplace, $1300 per
month, 1st, last and deposit. 259-5313.
7/28-8/4p
3 BR, 2 BA doublewide on 1 acre at
the corner of Mudlake and 125 (4 way),
$700 per month plus $1000 deposit, no.
pets. 259-9066. 7/28p
2 BR, 1 BA'apartment, $575 per
month. 259-7892. o7/28tfc


2-3 BR mobile homes, no pets, lawn
maintenance included, rent from $450-
$600 per month, 10 minutes north of
Macclenny. 912-843-8118. 7/28tfc
Small 2 BR mobilehome at Trailridge.

6J+
UlUCE CITY
RESEARCH AND VOCATIONAL
SUPPORT SPECIALIST
50% Grant Funded Position
Technical position assisting the
Director of Research and Institutional
Effectiveness inthe collection,
management and reporting of data.
Associate's degree required,
bachelor's degree preferred. Proficient
inxthe use ofOutlook, Word, F.'cel
andthe internet. Database proficiency
and experience with federal and state
reporting are pluses.
Salary: $25;018 annually plus
benefits. Application review will
begin immediately and continue until
position is filled.
Full position details and applications
available on our website at
www.lakecitvcc.edu.
Inquiries: Htunan Resource
Development
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314
F.ax: (36) 754-4594
Emul: boetcherg,'i' akecitycc.edu
LCCC is accredited by the
Commission On Colleges of the
Southern Association of Colleges and
Schools.
VPIADA'EA!EO College in
Education & Employmenr


$425 plus deposit and references. 777-
8880. 7/28p
3 BR apartment, CH/A, newly installed
carpet,.washer and dryer hookup, great
location, $675 per month, no pets, 1st
and last month's rent plus deposit. 259-
4637 or 407-361-3129. 7/28c
3 BR, 2 BA, acre lot in Macclenny,
$850 month, $500 deposit. 525-5630
or 653-2153. 7/28-8/4p
3 BR, 1 BA brick home in city limits,
$800 per month, $800 deposit. 904-
221-3135. 7/28-8/4

2002 4 BR, 2 BA, fireplace, $62,000
OBO. 259-8384. 7/28-8/4p

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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, July 28, 2005 Page Eight B


Rocking

Chair

Comer


ills Hicks
ul t1ci1s

Ms Hicks to

celebrate 90th!
All friends and family are invit-
ed to join in on the 90th birthday
celebration for Mertie Mae Dow-
ling Loadholrz Hicks of Glen St.
Mary on August 6.
Ms. Hicks was born to" Ollie
and Gordon Dowling of Taylor in
i915, and during her lifetime she
has been witness to numerous his-
toric events, including the Great
Depression and introduction of
"luxuries" like electricity and. run-
ning water.
Mertie Mae married Roscoe
Loadholtz in December, 1935 and
she became the proud mother of
five; their youngest passed away at
age 16. She was since been bless-
ed with several generations of
wonderful grandchildren.
Roscoe provided for the family
by laboring in shipyards and on
railroads. He died in 1975.
Mertie Mae dedicated 20 years
to Ed Fraser Memorial Hospital as
a commemorated cook, and she
married the late Ira Lee Hicks in
1984 and traveled with him for a
number of years.
She is as active today as ever
with gardening, cooking, crochet-
ing and quilting.
The birthday celebration will be
from 2:00-6:00 that afternoon at
The Glen (Mathis House) on the
Glen St. Mary Nurseries prope.ty.

PRESS ADVERTISING
DEADLINE 4 PM MONDAY


A big thank you to our latest El-
der Angels, the Osceola Coon
Hunters Association. The club's
fundraising hunt and vaccination
clinic last weekend was a big suc-
cess and a lot of fun. The lucky raf-
fle ticket drawn for the $250 gift
card donated by Wal-mart was
Tab Dickson, a regular participant
at the Senior Center.
Next big event on the Senior ho-
rizon is the first annual Rocking
Chair Challenge "mush ball" dou-
ble header between Baker County
and City of Macclenn' employees.
Donation tickets (good for all raf-
fle drawings) and sponsor banners
are on sale now at participating mer-
chants,the Council on Aging and
any city or county, office. Get your
ticket and come on out for a night
of fun and entertainment featuring
the Senior Center Cheerleaders,
August 12, 7:00 pm at Knabb Sports
Center.
Although no longer operating
the B-Line Express public routes.
the Council is still \ery much in the
transportation business. Services
are, however, limited to elderly and
disabled (Medicaid) medical trips.
Senior transportation is also a\ail-
able to and from the Senior Center.
weekly local shopping trips and
regularly scheduled out-of-town
recreational/educational excur-
sions. Although not operated by the
Council on Aging, Choice Ride
"public" transportation is available.
by individual fare, to Baker County
residents needing a ride to or from
the Jacksonville area. on the "Run-
Ways" system now operated by
JTA out of Jacksonville.
SENIORS' MENU
for the week of July 25-29
MONDAY: Chili. creamed corn. toma-
toes and cucumbers. crackers. applesauce
and milk
TUESDAY: Ham quiche. Normand.
mi\, dinner roll, pear and milk
WEDNESDAY: Grilled chicken, potato
salad, pole beans. wheal bread, cookie and
milk.
THURSDAY: Spaghetti. broccoli, to-
matoes and cucumbers, garlic bread.
brownie and milk.
FRIDAY: Fish sticks, cheese grits, cole
slaw. cornbread, butterscotch pudding and
milk


Solunar Tables
Hunting/Fishing
feeding times
A secondary feeding
time occurs approximately 12'%
hours later.


DATE
July 27
July 28
July 29
July 30
July 31
August 1
August 2.
August 3.
August 4
August 5
August 6
August 7
August 8
August .9
August 10
August 11
August 12
August .13
August 14
August 15
August 16
August 17


TIME
4:50 pm-9:50 am
5:40 am-10:40 am,
6:30 am-1ll30 am
7:20 am-12:20 pm
8:10 ai-l1:10 pm
9:00 am-2:00 pm
9:45 am-2:45 pm
10:30 am-3:30 pm
11:15 am-4:15 pm
12:05 pm-5:05 pm
12:55 pm-5:55 pm
1:45 pm-6.:45 pm
2:35 pm-7:35 pm
3:25 pm-8-25 pm
.4:35 pm-9:15 pm
4:40 am-9:40 am
5:30 am-10:30 am
6:20 am-11:20 am
7:10 am-12: 10 pm
8:00 am-1:00 pm
8:50 am-1:50 pm
9:40 am-2:40 pm


10 year reunion
The Baker High Class of 1995
%%ill have its 10i ear reunion on
September 17. There \ill be a din-
ner, entertainment, etc.
Call Linda (Harey%) Gibson at
(904) 219-0820 for further details.
questions or concerns. You may
send payment to her at 419 Jerry
Circle, Macclenny, FL 32063.
Please ha\e money turned in to
Mrs. Gibson b. August I10.


Country Club Lounge's

WEEKLY EVENT SCHEDULE


Monday- DJ

Tuesday Karaoke Contest $50 Prize

Wednesday Ladies' Night

Thursday Pool Tournament

Friday Live Band

Saturday Karaoke & DJ









j Associate Professor
Practical Nursing Degree Program
LAKEl CITY Full-time Tenured Track Position
NMMuhli Eilllil 7228 Duty Days
BSN in Nursine. State of Florida Licensed RN. or license eligible, and 3 years e\pe-
rience in acute care adult health nursing as a staff nurse. Abili to conduct the learn-
ing experience in the classroom. laboratory and,or clinical area Prepare for in-.iruc-
tion (slIlabi. lesson plans, tests, recommend course offering sequence. faculty assign-
ments., Computer literate
Open until tilled Re\ iew ot applications to begin immediaieli
Persons interested should pro- ide application. \ ia. and photocopies of transcripts.
Position details and applications available on web at: \.-\ la.ectncc.'edu
Inquiries- Human Resources De\elopment
Lake Cilt Community College
149 S.E College Place, Lake Cit Fl 32025-2007
Phone 13.'S1 754.431-1* Fa 13S6) 754-4594 ** E-mail- boettchergi'llakecitlcc edu
L(CIC I.i ir.Cte ,. ih. C.mmzrisson C lck ie le. ;1 r.l i S~e r rn .s.:i,iin .'c d I i nd ..,,
Wp. AD' 'EOC Collee. ,n EJucat,-.n d. Empl.:k-ment.


TRUCK AND TRAILER MECHANICS NEEDED



PRITCHETT TRUCKING

Pritchett Trucking is continuing to grow and is in need :
of qualified people to work at our Lake Butler Facility.

Good benefits. Pay based on experience.

Apply in person at 1050 SE 6th St. in Lake Butler

or call 1-800-486-7504


ALCOHOLICS

ANONYMOUS
8:00 pm
Monday & Thursday
Macclenny Church of Christ
5th and Minnesota
275-3617 or 259-8257





LAKE CITY
COMMUNITY COLLEE
PART-TIME POSlmONS
Adjunct Instructors Needed Beginning
AugtVL 22. 20;)5
-NATIOMY & PHYSIOLOGY. Requires
Master's degree with 18 graduate hour; in
discipline Day and night instructors needed.
Contac- Paula Ctfuentes I1 38-754-4260
or e-mail- cfucniespilAt.ecirycc edu
NLATHELMATICS
College Level Math Instruciors for College'
Algebra A5 Math for Liberal Ans Requires
Masters Degree with 18 graduate hours in
discipline D), and night instructors needed
Prepariorv Le'el Math Instructors
Requires Nlrdmum ,if Bjchelor's degree.
Diay and night insiruLt)rs needed. Contact:
Pauia Ciruentes ti' 3Sh-s54-4260l or e-mall-
cifoentesp.&laake,: r ecc.edu
TEACHER PREPARATION
ACA.DEMY- Requires Mlasier's degree with
IS graduate ho)urt in Educaiion Must hase
been teaching in a school dtsricl within last[
ri..o sears National Board Cerification pre-
ferred Coniajc Tracy Hickman ig,1%'S'-- -
432-4 or e-mail. htckrrantailakecivYcc edu
PATIENT CARE ASSISTANT PRO-
GRAM\. Pan-time Inmsrucior for clinucallab
21Ii hours- tatal. 9.6-1i-l'21,'05. Must haae FL
RN license and 2 sears recent e\penence in
aculi or long lerm care. it Positionl Conlact
Robtiie Carson al carsonra@lakecitycc.edu.
or 386) 1754-t3-14

CLERICAL POSITION
STAFF .ASSISTaNT I: This is a pan-time
temporary clencal position in ihe Library
'A.:rking at the circulation desk on evenings
ind Sarurdavs Hi-lh school diploma or
equi' alenl, %ith N ears clencal experience
Computer.', ebal and reading skills neces-
san $S.98 hr Application deadline: July 21.
21).5 Applications available on ,aeb at-
v,.w.lakeci.,cc edu
PerotaL liilcristid din i/lliiiic pOSiinto. nuisl
AUbmlll a Collr iapplihcn,,i aiul s/ihruld
proui de phnicopiies off ranscripi.ts Al for-
aigrn ran~crrptp.._rees miot be' ,sbmined
i hi an offi:iail iranlaniron andu e'ahtanon.
Garn Boettcher, Human Resources
Lake Cit) Communint College
149 SE Colkge Place, Lake City FL 320Ji
Phone: 386 754 4314 Fax 3Sb.754 4594
LCCC is accrdiied vy Ihe Comm.sson nn
College :l the Soijiicr.wxiat.ion cfl (:o Colleges
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SANDS TRUCKING
Sand Field dirt Slag hauled
904-445-8836 days
904-653-2493 evenings
3,17'05-3/17,06p
REGISTER'S
CHEM-DRY
Superior Carpet and Upholstery
Cleaning
Free estimates
Residential & commercial
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904-704-2484

HIGGINBOTH
BROS.
HEATING/AIR
ELECTRICAL
Heating & Air
Electrical service
Licensed & Insure
259-0893
Lic. #ET11000707
Lic. #RA13067193. RA#1306
4 21 tifc


A & R TRUSS
Engineered Irusses for your newv
Home Barn Shed Etc.
Free estimates
259-3300
12 23?fc
PRESSURE WASHING
& PAINTING
Free estimates
904-237-7136
h 23- lip


CREWS' DEBRIS
7,2-8: t8p REMOVAL, INC.
L,, Keeping your job site safe & clean
Storm & construction debris
Michael R. Crews
& 275-4577

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BEYOND BUILDERS,
INC.
Polysteel Wall Systems
FEMA Approved Safe Rooms
General & Specialty Concrete Work
Slabs Driveways Sidewalks etc.


Troy Vonk, President
904-502-2079
George Knabb. Jr.
904-219-0480
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GATEWAY PESI
CONTROL, INC
259-3808
All types of pest control
Call Eston, Shannon. Brya
Bill or Philip
Beverly Monds Owner


7,2.s .'lsp
APPLIANCE DOCTOR
* Air conditioners Heat pumps .
Major appliances *
24 hour. 7 day emergency sert ice!
Call Vince Farnesi. Owner-Operator
259-2124

WHITFIELD'S
CUSTOM,
LANDSCAPING


Landscaping Mowii
Edging Trimming
259-3084


ADDINGTON
2m LAND SERVICES
3,24tfc
SLand clearing tractor services
Excavation fill din ponds
Brush mov ing seeding grading
386-867-1094


Nextel
DC#195-124-8369
6'30tfc


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CONNIE F. WHITE
275-2474
Septic tanks. tractor work
New systems, Repairs.
Sump pumps. Culverts,
Slag hauled & spread .
2 5fil
FILL DIRT
Culverts Instdlled
259-2536
Tim Johnson
6 lilt
WELL DRILLING
2" & 4" wells
Roger Raulerson
259-7531
4 3lic
ALL'S TREE REMOVAL
Hurricane season is here!
Are you ready?
Trim limbs or remove entire tree
Courteous ser, ice
Licensed & Insured
Free estimates
259-9018
or 710-5011
We now accept
Mastercard, Visa, Discoser.
American Express


ng HOME IMPRO
MENT CO.
6 97, S Siding Soffets Genera
6 9-,,5 ,1
"590-6518


TC'S BACKHO
LAND SERVICES
Licensed & Insure
Free estimates
Quality work
710-7358 or
653-1074


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WILSON STUCCO, INC.
For all your stucco needs
Commercial & Residential
Licensed & Insured
Call
Kei in 904-759-3907
Gene 904-626-5084
Danny 904-424-6568
Charlie 904-226-3233
Hiring crews daily
7.7-1 .2'p
A&R ROOFING, INC.
New roofs Roof repairs
Roof replacement
Free estimates
259-7892
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E&S LAWN SERVICE
Same day free estimates
Guaranteed to sase dollars for soul
465-3841
7.14.S 25p
ANGEL AQUA, INC.
Water softeners Iron fillers
Sales Rentals Ser\ ice
WATER TESTING
Total water softener supplies
Salt deliveryv
Financing available -
JOHN HOBBS
797 S. 6th Street. Macclenny
259-6672
7/115tic


CANADAY
-,"28tc CONSTRUCTION/
1E & CANADAY TRUCKING
,, INC. Complete site &
d Underground utility contractor
Land clearing
We sell din & slag
Mitch Canaday, Jr.
259-1242
904-219-8094
7'21S1lp CU-C057126 623-12/29p


New sto Baker County
WELL WATER PUMP
REPAIR & SERVICE
24 hour 7 das week
904-779-0042
toll free 888-627-8677
7,'21-1 12 f6p
INSTANT RAIN
IRRIGATION
Residential irrigation
Bo\ blade Sod
Free estimates
904-338-7657 cell
259-6396
Ask for John or Chuck
1,27.7 '28p
PEACOCK PAINTING,
INC.
Professional painting
Pressure washing
Interior exterior
Residential commercial
Fully insured Locally ow ned
25 years experience
259-5877


WADE'S TRACT
WORKS, INC
Finish grading ~ Dirt le
Mowr ing Culverts
Slag drvevways
259-3691
Licensed & Insured

WEDDING
ANNOUNCEMENT
& INVITATION
So many options!
See our catalogs at
The Office Mran
110 South 5th Street
259-3737


WOODS TREE
SERVICE
Tree removal Light hauling
Stump removal
We haul or buy junk cars & trucks
We sell horses
Licensed Insured
Free estimates
24 hour service
Call Danny
259-7046
Jesus is the Only Way
11/4.-11/4/ 5 P


TRACTOR WOI
'Bush hog'
'box blade'
'finish mowing'
Contact Mike
334-9843

DESIGN ALTERNATE
260-8153
Custom house plans
to your specifications
Qualified Good referee


7 2ifc BUG OUT SERVI
'OR Since 1963
Residential & Commerc
cling Pest control
Lawn & Shrub care
Termite protection
Damage repair guarantee
Free estimates Call tod
3/3-825 Sentricon Colony
Elimination System
_^ 259-8759


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LMACGLEN BUILDERS,
INC.
Design Build
Your plans or our plans
Bentley Rhoden -
904-259-2255


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COUNTYWIDE
WASTE DISPOSAL,
INC.
ResidentialCommercial
Garbage pickup for Baker County
Roll off Dumpsiers
259-5692
Kent Kirkland. Owner/Operator
-,14-1.0.'6p


WE BUILD
IN-GROUND POOLS
71212sp Konnie's Klear Pools
'IVES We sell & install
DOUGHBOY above-ground pools
Ser ice Renovations Cleaning
Repairs* Chemicals* Parts
ices 698-E West Macclenny Ave.
4:30tfc (next to Raynor's Pharmacy)
[CE Spring & Summer hours.
Monday Friday
ial 10 am 6 pm
Saturday 10) am 5 pm
259-5222


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2,17ltc
LARRY WESTFALL
CORPORATION
Roofing
Fred estimates
259-8700


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GOD'S BUSINESS
After-hours computer repair
Networkmng, training,
graphic design & writing
Call Cheryl
904-885-1237
9' 16i c
THE OFFICE MART
Oils, acrylics, watercolors, canvases,
drawing pads & much more!
I10 South Fifth Street
259-3737


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