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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS
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PO BOX 117007 UNIV. FLA.
GAINESVILLE FL 32611
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Thursday July 27, 2006
Macclenny, Florida 50o
It's that tin
take off th
BY KELLEY LANNIGAN
Responding both to a fe
ing figures on the number o
Baker County, the school di
implementation of a nutrition
all students and staff this fall
Compared with the nation
Baker Counts school children
highest percentages in the 3r
number is 28 percent.
The percentages were cal
Institute of Health's Body M
body fat based on age, high
According to Cathy Golon
vices for the Baker County
Florida received a grade of'
and local efforts to control ch
NMs. Golon, along with Nl
chief nurse. worked with Je
County Health Department t.
icy and plan.
The plan also received ir
of members of the school bc
faculty and staff, parents, st
and will be reviewed on an a
ported to the school board.
"Research shows that \ve
do better in school." said M
that childhood obesity often 1
lems in adulthood, ranging fr
types of cancer."
Healthful changes and imi
drink items in school break
achieving the goals and lowe
weight children. NMs. Golon h
From a nutrition standpo
strive for nutrition education
all foods served in the school
NMs. Golon notes that manN
have alwva s enjoyed wt ill still
items as pizza, hot pockets ai
The changes \ill occur in
And to pay
BY KELLEY LANNIGA
Baker County residents w
see no rise in their school pro
erty taxes even though the te
tative budget expenditures f
the districthave increased 16
percent over last year's open
The proposed total scho
.budget for fiscal year 2006-4
is $52.1 million, ,an increa
of $7.5 million over last yeai
budget of $44.6 million.
According to Finance C
ficer Marcelle Richardson, w]
presented the tentative budg
summary at the school boarc
September 17 meeting, pro
Ill I11l II
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, pencils, crayons...
e of year again, school starts August 3
I to help
deral mandate and alarm-
f overweight youngsters in
strict "will begin full-swing
in and wellness program for
nal average. 24 percent of
en are overweight, with the
d and 5th grades \\here the
culated using the National
ass Index w which determines
t and weight.
., director of nutritional ser-
school district, the state of
"D" when it comes to state
archeta Crewvs. the district's
essica Franks of the Bakl
o formulate a wellness pc
iput from a team made
ard. school administration
udents and the common
annual basis with results
ell-nourished, healthy ki
s. Golon. "It's also knov
eads to serious health pro
om T\ pe 2 diabetes to sor
provements in the food a
fasts and lunches is ke\
ring the percentage of ov
int. the wellness plan \\
and nutrition standards I
, of the same foods childr
I be on the menu. Such fo
nd french fries won't disa
reduced fat and sugar co
PreK Center plans to brief
parents on traffic patterns
BY KELLEY LANN1GAN
.er Changes being implemented by the PreK Center to help relieve traffic
ol- congestion problems will be discussed at open house meetings to be held
August 1 for parents of first-time students.
The traffic discussion will emphasize, changes in parking and traffic pat-
terns for drop-off and pick-up of children at the PreK Center on South Bou-
levard in Nacclenny.
.P.. ple living' hear the' school have complained'about the traffic, blocked
driveways. littering and damage to private property resulting from the long
lines of parked cars, man. arriving as much as one and one-half hours prior
to the end of the school day.
The changes are the result of the adaptation of a plan proposed to the Bak-
er County School Board by the Traffic Related Committee., which includes
board members, county commissioners and residents. Sherri Raulerson, prin-
up cipal of the PreK Center, is on the committee.
n. "W\e have been %working to make the upcoming school year as positive an
ity experience for parents as for the children." she said.
re- ."Having the traffic pattern run smoothly is also very important to ensure
ids safety. By eliminating the long waiting lines of parked cars. w\e don't have
blocked fire hydrants and other issues of non-access which have posed a
)bn potential danger in the past."
b- Nis. Raulerson anticipates the pick-up process can be done in 30 minutes.
me She said parents can make drop-off and pick-up of children run smoothly
by adhering to a few" guidelines:
Parents \ ill have assigned pick-up times and should not arrive more than
to 15 minutes early.
er- A staggered arrival pattern should help create a continuous traffic flow
ill ith a %ern short %waiting period.
ill Those who violate the assigned pick-up times or park improperly in the
for afternoon \\ill be asked to leave.
Parents should receive a letter this week from the PreK Center inforniing
*en them of their assigned open house slot and pick-up times for their children.
od The school. no\ in its second year of operation, also "\ill be using a sys-
ap- tern it found successful last semester. Each vehicle will be provided with a
folder show ing the child's last name and display ed on the dashboard. A staff
3n- member uses a two-\ay radio to alert teachers to children needing to be sent
(Page 8 please)
foritall- school boardproposingbudget
'llion forfiscal '06-'O7 reduced village
N erty values county-wide have existing property, has generated year, there has been a 13 per-
increased by $112 million, more money for the school dis-. cent rise in health insurance
while millage rates have. actu- strict. costs and an 18 percent rise in
ill ally fallen slightly. The school district receives building/facilities insurance."
P- Property tax revenues make revenue from state, federal and The largest capital out-
n- up the bulk of the $4.4 million local sources.,The 2006-07 rev- lay expenditures will go to
for in local support for the annual enues from these sources are: new. classroom construction
6.5 budget, usually 7-8 percent of $33.2 million state at Baker County High School
at- the district's total spending. $2.6 million federal at $3.4 million. Other capital
The bulk comes from state and $7.1 million local sources items include roof replacement
Dol federal sources. The district's largest expense at Baker County Middle School
07 The school and other ad is in the area of instructional at $300,000; roof replace-
se valorem tax bills for individu- services totaling $19.2 million ment at Westside Elementary
r's als could still rise despite lower which goes toward plant opera- at $822,569; district computer
millage if assessed values go up tions, administration staff, trans- upgrades at $1.96 million and
f- because of home improvements portation, and school board 10 new buses for $1.3 million.
1ho or other reasons. office operation. The board also approved
get 'Higher property values, "Within the areas of the sub- changes to two millage figures
d's which Ms. 'Richardson attri- categories in instructional ser- listed in the proposed budget
DP- butes to the growth of new vice such as salaries, benefits summary. Tentative required
housing, new commercial and and equipment, we're seeing local effort village dropped
business property real estate overall rises in expenses, said from 5.229 to 5.001 and ten-
and the increase in value of Ms. Richardson. "In just one (Page 2 please)
KEY COUNTY JOBS FILLED
Board selects Cone
as county manager
The Baker County Commission
brought its quest of nearly eight
months seeking a' ne\ county
manager to a close on Jul\ 24
when it voted 3-2 to hire Joseph
Cone of Lake City.
Mr. Cone, 59. resigned a month
ago after a decade-long stint as
Lake City manager, a post he says
he left after accomplishing most
of his goals and after becoming
disillusioned over "meddling"
by some com-
this week, the
board select- a | F-ri
ed Mr. Cone Ap i
from among -'S ",'
vetting a sec-
ond %rave of
Crew s and New cor' it
Julie Combs cast her lot behind
James (Jeffi Littrell of Destin
and outgoing Commissioner Fred
Raulerson backed Joseph Miranti.
who most recently \\as Madison
All five commissioners voted
earlier July 11 to place Mr. Cone
among the finalists; the other two
got four votes each.
Mr. Cone was to join coun-
ty attorney Terrm Brown and
Chairman Robinson on Tuesda\
afternoon ironing out details ot
a contract that the board decided
Nlonda\ it %\ants to keep "open
ended" rather than for a specified
The count 's initial salan offer
is $75,000 annuall: it and other
fringes like actionn time and
insurance may be subject to nego-
As Lake City manager. he made
Mr. Cone to
o budgets are
-n submitted next
i month, but the
Th hinted during a
Sbe may seek a
tor a mountain
on the finalists
prior to ,oting.
to agree \,ith
Robinson t lic
rating system recommended by
consultant Colin Baenzieer \\as
Letters of appreciation \%ill be
sent this \\eek to Mr. Littrell and
Mr. Nliranti. \ho now resides in
The commission favored paral-
leling Mr. Cone's work nirules "ith
those of other counts employees.
(Page 2 please)
Veteran planner begins
new job on August 1st
Another ke. county administrative employee is due to report August 1
to take the job as planning and zoning director.
Ed Preston. 51, of Jacksonville \\ill take over for Cath\ Rhoden, who
resigned recently after two-plus years at the post considered one of the
key administrative positions in county government in light of recent and
projected gro\ th.
Mr. Preston, a 51-year-old Jackson'ille natie, comes here from the
Northeast Florida Regional Planning Council, where his most recent
responsibility was chief of
He has been in the planning
business nearly three decades,
both in the private sector with
engineering firms, and with
a'gencie ike NEFRPC. His
bachelor's degree is in urban
M PStu dies from Jacksonville Uni-1
"We're shaped-by our expe-
riences. and I believe planning
is the ultimate team sport,"
n Hisaid (Nr. Preston in a telephone
inter' iew July 25. "I see myself
mainlN as a coach. I'm big.on
He says economics is the
prime motivator for growth,
and planning for it critical, par-
Sticularlh when a county is situ-
ated like Baker.
Air. Pre ton c/hati wah CambtLbr Dire,.,tr "You have the benefit of see-
Ginger Barber at 'meet and greet last weekend. ing everybody else screw things
up we want to do it right," he
said of his expectations taking the job that will pay $65,000 annually.
Mr. Preston was one of but a handful of applicants for the position that
functions under the county manager.
His biggest challenge in the near future will be dealing with expected
DRIs (development of regional impact) that precede large-scale residen-
tial developments in the planning stages north and west of Macclenny and
Glen St. Mary.
Mr. Preston noted present proposals call for as many as 10,000 new
homes in the immediate area, resulting in an influx of 30,000 people.
His experience includes six years with the design firm Reynolds, Smith
and Hills (now RSH) in growth management director of military related
planning for another private firm, a self-employed consultant for 10 years,
and emergency planner for the City of Jacksonville.
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Board selects Joe Cone Budget at
as new county manage' $51 million
(From page 1)
where possible. and he will be on
probation siLx months a time dur-
ing which he can be terminated
without severance pay. After that, it
will likely equal six months pay.'
None of the three finalists were
in the original 34 who responded to
the first advertisement, a list later
pared down by Mr. Baenziger to
four by mid-June.
Two of them were shot down
when members learned one was
accused of sexual harassment and
the other of illegal dumping.
The remaining two were thought
to lack experience in specific areas
like growth management..
The board and consultant went
back to the drawing board after
that impasse a month ago, when
it appeared finding a suitable can-
didate may be drawn out yet fur-
ther. Initially, the county sought a
replacement by June at the latest.
The vacancy was created last
December when Jason Griffis was
fired for excessive use of a county,
Before the Lake City position,
Mr. Cone was Marion County
administrator for eight years start-
ing in 1987; assistant city manager
of Ocala 1984-87 and the city's
planning director for the four years
It was that experience in growth-
rich markets that put him over the
other finalists in the eyes of the
commission, which is looking at
intense activity in Baker County in
the coming years.
Several commissioners noted
they were impressed with the
demeanor of all finalists during
individual and group interviews last
Saturday, and during a "meet and
greet" at the county administration
building July 21.
Reached at his Lake City resi-
dence Tuesday, Mr. Cone said he
is enthusiastic about the challenges
awaiting him here.
"While I leave here feeling yery
good about what we accomplished,
this will be a good match," he said.
"My experience has been in high
growth areas, and it will be helpful
moving Baker County in the right
Mr. Cone said he was encouraged
by the recent hiring of Ed Preston,
a professional planner with more
than three decades of experience in
northeast Florida (see related arti-
cle, page one).
'"You have several DRIs (devel-
opments of regional impact) sched-
uled there, and I think he and I can
help negotiate agreements favorable
to the county."
Lake City Mayor Stephen Witt
described Mr. Cone as "one of the
hardest working people I have ever
seen" ,when contacted as a reference
by the consultant.
He described the nominee as "a
pro" and "honest," adding that his
weak point "trying too hard to make
References from others includ-
ing former Mayor Ray Kirkland,
were glowing, as were others from
Baker County commissioners
appeared insistent the manager re-
side here, but be given a reasonable
time to move from Lake City.
The proposed contract will be
forwarded to each member for
review before it is finalized.
Sheriff Joey Dobson, who %\as in
the audience Monday evening dur-
ing final selection, congratulated
the board for being "diligent and
professional" during the extended
"You all worked hard and you
don't get a lot of attaboyss' but you
certainly deserve one this time,"
said the sheriff, who by function
often interacts with the manager
and whose relationship with for-
mer Manager Griffis was stormy at
The board also expressed grati-
tude to consultant Mr. Baenziger, a
former city manager himself.
The search cost $18,500, and the
consultant from Wellington will
repeat the process without charge if
Mr. Cone leaves within one year.
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Final budget and millage will be
adopted at a public hearing sched-
uled for September 18.
In other school board business,
two of the district's Qualified Zone
Academy Bonds (QZAB) funded
projects a new lighting system
and thermal storage energy system
were discussed. -
Updated lighting with each unit
producing up to 50 candle feet of
light will be installed at the high
school football field and should be
in place by the Wildcats' first game
of the season.
A thermal energy storage unit
will be installed on Westside Ele-
mentery's climate control system
and is projected to save the district
approximately $62,000 annual in
Both savings projects are being
purchased through contracts with
Seimens Building Technologies,
Baker County's. animal control
officer found a locked portable cage
'on the front porch of a residence
off Pine Ridge Dr. containing nine
puppies, three of which had already
starved to death.
Officer Georgia Blondhelm was
called to the address the afternoon
of July 17 on an animal cruelty com-
plaint, and said two of the remain-
ing puppies were near-death and the
other four in poor condition.
They apparently had no food and
water for several days.
The dogs' owner, Funston Mann,
has been in county jail since July 7,
and his mother told Deputy Tony
Norman the puppies were left in
the care of Mr. Mann's 15-year-old
The boy was at the residence
when the animals were removed,
and told Officer Blondhelm "he
tried but was unable to properly
care for the animals and did not
know what to do with them."
Mr. Mann remains in county jail
for selling drugs.
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday July 27, 2006 Page 3
IY 2Why was
o r" $312,000
PRESS Ssitting in
S the .
BY MICHAEL RINKER
#h....23 3, Press Commentary
S' Have you ever awakened from
S|aes' a, night (or weekend) of industrial- -
Si iBaker Co'J e,;Fte strength partying, put on your pants
lspste.: to go home, stopped for a little hair
A2 29t of the dog ("Bartender, a can of
.0 '" -:".. Sparks, please."), fished out a few
wadded up bills and, surprise, found
a crinkled $5 bill among the several
ae B G!ZNR .singles? ("Make that two Sparks,
Sa year 1nde Baker smg Sp so
...u"ts de Baker Co 2i-tedcI.. please.")
iepe son-rs 65 yeacs of age~ or oldr W No? You've never done that?
e*y.pesonne on act .duty osideB 'Well, uh, then neither have I.
Cutt, and cbteg stents Jkv .r's6- iBut most of us have felt the little
StIersn. POSTMA TER k0adA.. i4 kick that comes from found money.
'to.The Ba~r County press P0o. That's why I can understand the
... giddiness at a recent county com-
JAMEC. MC ULY .s mission meeting.
JAMES C. MCULY At the end of the evening, after
Publisher the agenda was put to bed, after
i the county's sign ordinance got its
EDITOR Michael Rinker butt kicked twice- once by the New
NEWS/FEATURES Kelley Lannigan j Life Church of God (approved for
an electronic sign), and once by the
ADVERTISING/PRODUCTION First Corporate Church of Wal-Mart
Jessica Prevat (approved for excess signage)-
* TYPESETTING/GRAPHICS Chairman Robinson, as is his cus-
Jeremy Beasley & Josh Blackmon tom. polled each commissioner to
FEATURES/COMMENT see if he/she had anything to add.
Robert Gerard Or. in the case of Mark Hartley,
something to subtract.
COMMENT Cheryl R. Pingel Usually there's no heavy lifting
BUSINESS MANAGER- Karin Thomas in those closing remarks, maybe a
Srenuminder of the senior citizen fih
CLASSIREDS Bartara Blackshear 0 fry or an announcement of another
: riveting transportation workshop.
CONTACT US- But this time it was different.
Phone 4 Commissioner Hartley, typically
a low-key presence at the meetings
Fax w^^ gl .- -*oa sttoeed about .a- new-coJotmld-
i that heals dirt roads.
Email email@example.com It's made from material left over
Mail PO Box 598 when coal is burned to generate
M electricity. You just mix it with the
104 South 5th St dirt on the road, let it sit a spell, and
Macclenny, FL 32063, Better than limerock!
www.bakercountypress.com Cheaper than asphalt!
I have no reason to doubt Mark's
Miracle Cure for abused and ne-
This newspaper is printed on glected byways especially after
recycled paper. county road superintendent Robert
Fletcher added an "Amen, brother!"
Submission Deadlines to the commissioner's sermon but
S I have reservations about the pro-
All news and advertising must be cess.
submitted to the newspaper office During his pitch. Mr. Hartley
prior to 5:00 p.m. on the Monday told his colleagues he'd,spoken to
prior to publication, unless otherwise he count's budget chief ho told
him she could find in some account
noted or arranged. Material received the $312,000 needed to pay for six
after this time will not be guaranteed miles of miracles.
for publication. It is requested that After a couple of jokes about
a. Whose district will get the paved
all news items be typed to insure ; w e sc ill t p
all news items be typed to insure roads (by the way, let's remember to
accuracy in print. keep an eye on that), commission-
ers approved his motion to move
Social Notice Deadlines forward.
Birth announcements, wedding notic- .A few questions: .
Birth announcements, wedding notic- Why is there $312,000 sitting in
es and social events must be submit- some account waiting to be plucked
ted within four weeks of the event. It i on little more than a whim?
is your responsibility to ensure pho- How much more loose change
tographers, etc. are aware of this is floating in the county budget?
Somebody told me recently the
policy. board hoards upwards of several
; million, but that can't be true be-
, .*: .,, ... :..:.. cause the commissioners wouldn't
... "r "'*: take money from taxpayers unless
-;.:= :.' ..... '... .;...-. .. they absolutely needed it for spe-
welcome, but must COt- cific purposes. Right?
t ^ ,i,,^. k : But here's the $312,000 ques-
;writer, a telephone, num-
'ber where the writer may.
be, contacted and city qf .
' residence. Letters' must
'reflect opinions- apd-'
statements on issues 'of
.current interest to'the
-general public. The news-
paper reserves the right
to. reject any material
which in the newspaper's
judgement does not meet
standards of publication.
Is it that nearly a third of a mil-
lion dollars is such an insignificant
amount that it can be spent as an
afterthought? Shouldn't the board
have put the matter on the agenda,
researched it a little (for instance, is
there really only one source for the
coal by-product?), discussed it, then
voted on it?
I'm sure the way they handled
it was perfectly legal county at-
torney Terry Brown is pretty good
at keeping the board on the straight
and narrow but was it the best
I don't think so, but I understand
I felt the same way when I dis-
covered the wadded-up $5 bill in
my pocket and bought two cans of
Confessions of a genuine handyman
From the files of Handyman Bob,
It's a funny thing about do it'
'Whenever I; get involved in one,
I always wind up having more
respect for the people who do this
stuff for a living..
I also wonder why the heck I
don't help bolster the American
economy by having the profession-
als do this work for me?
What twisted little comer of my
mind makes me think that I can do
the work of a professional handy-
For the answer to these universal
questions, we need only to look at
that most American of artifacts, the
honey-do list, In this case, I am the
honey, and the list is prepared for
me by my wife. .
Usually it contains things like
fix the back door doable, trim the
hedges also doable, renovate the
master bathroom hey, how did
that get on there?
My major honey-do for this sum-
mer is number three renovate the
master bathroom. Lots of things
have gotten in the way of me start-
ing this project. Some of them are
man-made, me being the man who
made them, of course, since I really
had trepidations about renovat-
ing the bathroom, and some being.
However, since summer is al-
most over and I go back to work on
Thursday, I couldn't ignore this task
any longer. :
Kelley wanted two main things.
I had to move our old 1920's bath-
rub and enlarge the shower. I looked
at this plan in my cool, dispassion-
ate way and encountered two :main
The first in 1920 they made
bathtubs out of cast iron and they
weighed slightly less than the
Titanic. Second I never enlarged
a shower before.
Kelley doesn't just get these little
projects in her head, she usually has
a good reason. The fact that she had
never liked the shower in the 15
yeais have lived in the house didn't
really come into play.
Oh, and there was that unexplain-
able hole that appeared after our son
Spencer took a shower in it.
"I don't really know what hap-
pened," he explained. "I just sort of
leaned against it."
"There's a hole the size of a
Buick in the wall of the shower."
"I guess I don't know my own
Guess not. I put that strength to
good use, though. One thing that I
can do, with no problem whatsoev-
er, is tear things up. Spencer and I
happily tore down the old shower;
We banged on it. We frammed
on it with hammers. We tore off tile,
with pry bars. In no time flat we had
torn out the shower.
Only one problem there was
-now a big ugly blank space in our.
bathroom where there used to be a
shower. / -
"We could always, like, put; a
plant there," I reasoned.
7 Kelley didn't like my reasoning.
"I want a bigger shower."
It was time to call in the construc-
tion SWAT team. I got my father-
in-law Carl Norman on the case.
Carl can build anything. I've never
seen a construction project that he
Oh, he'd get mad and throw
things. I once dodged a framing
hammer that was heading my way
end over end like a Last of the
Mohicans tomahawk after he'd
banged his thumb with it, but you
learn to live with these things.
He wasn't throwing it at me, he
was just throwing it and I happened
to be in the general direction. But
I took comfort in the fact that he's
mellowed over the years.
We replaced the rotten part of the
floor, we changed the copper piping
for the n:ew shower head. That was
SHere&hold this, pipe %with these
I did what I was told. I'ni good at
doing what I'm told. since I usually
don't know what the heck is going
Whump! Carl fired up a propane
torch and started heating pipe about
two inches from my hand.
'4 I have a little problem with pro-
pane torches. It stems from the time
that I went to the dentist's office to
have a temporary crown removed
and he couldn't get it off. I was
sitting there helplessly, my mouth
Sdeadened and packed with cotton.
"Nurse, get the torch."
p "Murph burla murphamorph?" I
COpyrighte-d Materi~al "u" '"---
He smiled. Whump! There was a
indicated Contentpropane torch two inches from my
4 e *incisors.
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owerPoint: the work of the devil
MAJ. BOBBY HART
July 23, 2006
FORT MCCOY, Wisc. Soldiers
call it death by PowerPoint.
It probably causes more head
and neck injuries than anything in
the military and although I've not
seen any fatal injuries, I must admit
I have been very close to becoming
a fatality myself.
It is so bad, in fact, that one of
our instructors said, "PowerPoint is
the work of the devil."
Almost every class we have is
PowerPoint and every class begins
with the instructor saying, "I'm not
going to insult your intelligence by
reading the slides." They then pro-
ceed to read all but about two words
of each slide.
The ironic thing is the mili-
tary has no one to blame but itself
because every time any of us have
to talk in front of a crowd, we break
out the projectors and start making
In fact one of our required offi-
cer courses-Combined Arms and
Services Staff School (CAS3)-
requires us to make enough
PowerPoint presentations that at the
end of the course, everyone is a cer-
tified PowerPoint ranger.
During our mobilization training,
we spend endless hours watching
a projection screen as instructors
flash up slides. The remainder of
the time is spent running convoys
in full battle rattle and enclosed
Humvees with the temperature
inside hovering near 120 degrees or
running 300-400-yard rushes in full
gear trying to secure villages.
Given the choice of sitting in
air conditioning and watching the
PowerPoint or heating to death in
40 pounds of extra gear, almost
everyone will say, "Load up boys,
which village are we going to take
. One of the classes we recently
took was a four-day version of Blue
Force Tracker-which is an opera-
tions system that allows for the
tracking of friendly forces on the
battlefield and a host of other neat-
The course-which normally is
taught over a period of time rang-
ing up to six weeks-features more
than 800 slides. The curriculum
guide, and I'm not exaggerating, is
almost a foot thick.
We sat there for three days so lost
that there was no way we could track
friendly forces because we had no
idea where we were. We spent the
first two days calling the class Blue
Cheese Crackers. Miraculously on
the fourth day by the time we start-
ing sending people out, we could
actually tell them where they were
and where they needed to go.
Blue Force Tracker is one of the
new innovations since I was last
deployed in 2003 as a battle captain
for a transportation command dur-
ing the actual war. I can assure you
that Blue Force Tracker makes life
much better now.
Another massive undertaking has
been a three-day course in Arab cul-
ture and the ever changing Middle
East political landscape.
The program-which features
experts from around the world,
including many famous authors and
analysts--condenses thousands of
years of history and culture of the
Arabs, Muslims, Jews and other
people of the region in just three
As one of the instructors said,
"We have to be smarter as a nation
so we can determine what the out-,
come of our actions will be two or
three generations from now."
One of the classes highlighted
how the United States supported the
regime in Iran under the Shah and
after religious zealots took over, we
helped Saddam Hussein bolster his
reign in Iraq.
It is all incredibly interesting and
although I admit I still don't under-
stand much of what goes on in the
Middle East, I'm sure after a few
more hundred slides over the next
week or so, I'll be good to go.
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tent and a larger variety of offerings
such as fruits, salads and yogurt.
Portion sizes will be tailored dif-
ferently. Instead of making a meal
entirely of pizza, children will be
encouraged to eat a slice of pizza
and a serving of salad. 100 percent
fruit juice and low fat milk will take
the place of soda. .
"French fries will be baked, not
fried and reduced fat pizza will have
more whole grain flour in the crust.
The food will still be tasty' and ap-
petizing," Ms. Golon asserts.
"It's not necessary to drastically
eliminate fat altogether to achieve
our nutrition goals. Children actu-
ally need fat, but fat consumption
should be monitored. Children also
need more calories than adults be-
cause they are growing so rapidly."
Ms. Golon reports that many of
the major food industries that sup-
ply school cafeterias are actively
stepping up to the plate with brands
tailored to meet standards now re-
quired by the wellness plans.
Flyers listing numerous healthful
foods will be available which can
help parents choose healthier snacks
for children to bring from home.
"This plan is a work in prog-
ress," said Ms. Golon. "It will take.
support from the entire community
to make a significant difference, but
it will be well worth it."
The wellness programs were re-
quired to be adopted by schools and
in place by July 1. 2006.
Section 204 of the public law ad-
dresses three main goal components
of the wellness program: (1) estab-
lishing healthy school nutrition en-
vironments. (21 reducing childhood
obesity and (3) preventing diet-re-
lated chronic diseases.
In 2004, Eric Bost, the under-
secretary for Food. Nutrition and
Consumer Services, addressed the
House Committee on Government'
Reform and the Subcommittee on
Human Rights and Wellness and
made this sobering pronounce-
"Recent, trends among children'
are alarming: In the past 20 years.
the percentage of children w ho are
overweight has doubled and the
percentage of adolescents "ho are
overweight has more than tripled. If
we do not stem this fide. man\ chil-
dren in this generation of children
will not outlive their parents."
Don't forget you can save
yourself the election day hassle of.
waiting in lines by voting early in
the upcoming primary\ election.
The supervisor's office in the-
downtown annex (former Citizens
Bank building) will be open 9:00
am-5:00 pm starting Augusb t 21,
including the two Saturdays leading
up to the September 5 primary.
Other matters of interest to voters:
August 1 is the deadline to
request ballots for voters who won't
be in Baker County on election day
and are unable to early vote. Call
the supervisor's office at 259-6339
or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
A newly installed EViD sys-
tem will be used in 2006, using the
scan strip on your driver's license
to access information traditionally
contained in the .polling books at
'* Remember, you must present a
photo ID with a signature on. it to
vote regular ballot. If not, your bal-
lot is considered "provisional" and
it will be up to a canvas board to
decide later whether it counts.
You have three days following
an election to present a proper ID
and have your ballot added to the
Boyfriends charged in
separate abuse incidents
Boyfriendswerejailedfordomes- with her children when the incident
tic violence in two unrelated recent occurred about 6:20 pm, and sh
cases, one of them also involving fled the scene. She also told police
an attack on a deputy sheriff who Mr. Williams has' threatened he
responded to the scene. before, and after the park incident
Deputy Mike Lagle said Thomas he drove by a residence where sh
Passmore, 25, of Glen St. Mary had gone and yelled at her.
swung around and elbowed him in Ms. Thomas told Deputy Mar]
the chin %when the officer told him Hall she has no idea why the sus
the afternoon of July 18 he was pect is mad with her.
under arrest. Mr. Williams could be charge
Mr. Passmore pulled up to the with aggravated battery with
residence of girlfriend Amber deadly weapon.
Gabhart, 18, about 2:30 shortly after Tammy Barton. 18, of .Glen St
Deputy Lagle arrived to investigate Mary filed a complaint alleging
her complaint that the boyfriend ex-boyfriend Garrett Gray, 19, o
choked her during an argument. Macclenny violated a court orde
Ms. Gabhart said the boyfriend the morning of July. 24 from at pre
became violent after accusing her vious domestic violence.
of cheating on him. Minutes before, She told police Mr. Gray banged
the couple exchanged words and on the door and w\indow\ of he
Mr. Passmore left the residence residence on South Boulevard ii
off Okey Lane. only to return and Macclenny demanding he be let ii
threaten to kill Ms. Gabhart and a to see his children.
male identified as Buddy. A judge earlier banned the sus
Deputy Lagle said he ques- pect from contact with the girlfriend
tioned Mr. Passmore briefly after who said he had called repeatedly,
he returned the second time. and the before the incident about 8:30 tha
suspect began pounding on the win- morning.
dow of his 1997 Plymouth Breeze. And in arrests just after midnight
He also said the deputy would have on July 22. three intoxicated mei
to kill him before he spun around were charged with disorderly con
and struck the officer. duct and fighting.
He also denied choking Ms. Deputy Darrin Whitaker sai
Gabhart, and the officer noted Mr. David Barron, 34.and Jason Bassile
Passmore on the way to jail said he 22, both of Macclenny, along witl
did not intend to strike him. Roney Davis. 48, of Sandersot
He was booked for domestic vio- refused to heed requests to cain
lence. battery on a law enforcement down after the officer arrived at tht
officer and resisting arrest w ith vio- scene off Tall Pine Road.
lence. both felonies. Shooting
In a second case, this one the .OOtin. IS
morning of July 23. boyfriend
Michael A. Bennett. 29. was charged *
with domestic battery on Jessica said accident
Champion, 21. and with threatening
to kill her. A Glen St. Mary teenager \\a
The girlfriend told Sgt. Thomas wounded in her left arm the after
Dyal Mr. Bennett returned home noon of July 23 when a rifle being
about 3:00 am and pulled her by the cleaned by two other teens accident
feet off her bed, then covered her tally discharged.
with a mattress. Kayla Bell, 16. as taken t(
He allegedly struck her on the Shands Jacksonville where she was
head with an unknown object when treated for the non-life threaten
Ms. Champion attempted to leave ing injury that occurred at a resi-
their residence off CR 125 south dence off Bertie Davis Circle. near
with the accused's cousin, 19-year- Sanderson just before 4:00 pm.
oldChrist artrao p m '..^BeDll bedroom wit
Mr. Bennett used. kniJqsJa&h. "andoni "Dais. 17, \ho resides
two tires on the girlfriend's car, then at the address, and Shane Davis
threatened to kill her with the knife 14, of Sanderson, who \
She called police and later that ,when it.discharged. The older youth
morning Mr. Bennett was arrested was holding the firearm at the time
at a, residence off Orbey Rhoden according to statements given to
Road. Deputy John Hardin.
The cousin was located in the Statements given to the% office]
same neighborhood, but claimed he by all three parties coincided, and
was asleep during the incident and no one will be charged.
did not see anything. C ',p o
Mr. Bennett and Ms. Champion
have been together seven years and
have two children together. LOGS AND PULPWOC
Both youngsters were at the
house that morning during the alter- .
In other cases, a criminal com- 7- ':
plaint was filed July 17 against A
-Rayon Williams, 23, no address DIAIVIUN 1
available, for allegedly pointing a "FOR A Qt
pistol in the face of a Macclenny A
woman at Jonesville Park north of CALL282-5552
Crystal Thomas, 21, said she was '
Two Jacksonville men told the
sheriff's department they were
robbed of $1285 in cash by several
unknown suspects who put guns to
their heads in the rear of the' Club
229 north of Sanderson the morning
of July 21.
The victims, Terry Rudolph, 64,
and Ronald Bailey, 55, said they
were playing dice with others just
before 2:00 am when a man named
"Rolo" suggested the game move to
the rear of the building.
Shortly after, the two told Deputy
Greg Burnsed the lights went out
and they were relieved of their cash.
Both men have the same East Fifth
St. address in Jacksonville.
Mr. Rudolph said he was ordered
to remove his pants, and one of
the robbers retrieved keys from it,
opening his vehicle and taking a
$200 pistol from the glove box.
They described a vehicle driv-
en by ."Rolo" and it matched one
belonging to Wilford Ruise, 30, of
Sanderson, who told Deputy Brad
Dougherty he was at the club and
heard others talk of a robbery.
He said he knew nothing of it
and had nothing to do with it.
2 qualify late
by paying fees,
on fall ballot
There's a bit of a traffic jam of
candidates seeking to replace Fred
Raulerson as District 4 (north coun-
ty) commissioner in the upcoming
elections, but other than that it looks
to be a relatively calm off-year in
It's more than calm on the Baker
County School Board, where two of
the three members slated for elec-
tion in 2006 got by without opposi-
As the "'pay up qualifying peri-
od ended last Friday, Mark Crews
added his name to the stable of
District 4 hopefuls. He joins Charles
Eddie Anderson, Ida Bennett
Raulerson and Leroy Tony Greene
on the Democratic slate. .,!_
Those three, along with
Republican Mike Griffis, qualified
earlier by getting 129 signatures
before the June 19 deadline. Mr.
Griffis will face off in November
against the w innerof the Democratic
primary in September.
Mr. Crews. because he qualified
after the signature deadline, paid a
$1671 fee last week. as did Jason
Knabb over in District 2 (south
Macclenny) to challenge incumbent
School board member Paul
Raulerson '(Glen) is pitted against
Charlie Artie Burnett mI, who also
qualified by signature.
With the exception of Mr. Crews,
\\ho finished a distant second
behind Commissioner Raulerson in
1998, the challengers in 2006 are all
political newcomers, and most have
little or no record of involvement in
civic or public affairs.
Among the commission candi-
dates, Mr. Crews is an officer with
Country Federal Credit Union.
Mr. Anderson is a minister. Ms.
Raulerson is employed by the Baker
County Council on Aging, and Mr.
Greene sells real estate.
Mr. Knabb works at Ameristeel ,
in Baldwin and Mr. Burnett with
the Department of Corrections.
Mr. Griffis, who has been attend-
ing commission meetings since
January and is the sole Republican
candidate because Ms. NMcCbllum
is unopposed, is general manager of
NEFCOM, the local telephone and
The regular monthly meeting of,
the Baker County Republican Party
will begin at 7:00 pm on Thursday,
July 27 at the party headquarters on
South College St. in Macclenny.
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District uses scanner to check fingerprints...
Kim Green, a personnel aide in the Baker County school district office, helps Kristyn 117iiielicad of Glen St. Mary complete a computer-
ized fingerprint scan to allow Ms. Whitehead, an elementary education major at FCCJ. 1to0 t is r itih the district as a substitute teacher.
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Youth had cocaine
One of two juvenile age males
found walking nearNorthBoulevard
and Third St. in the early morning
hours of July 22 is charged with
felony possession of cocaine.
The 16-year-old from Glen St.
Mary had the drug in a plastic bag-
gie stashed in a cigarette box, said
Deputy Mike Lagle, who stopped to
question him and another 16-year-
old from Glen about 3:24 am.
A third suspect, later identified
as Genaro Harris, 20, of Macclenny,.
pedaled from the scene on a bicycle
when the officer hailed the trio.
The second youth was not
charged. but he was implicated the
following day in the theft of tm\o
bicycles from the residence of Chris
Sharp on Gum Road in Glen.
"Theowv'ner later spotted the bikes
at a residence off HilliairdAve., and
a juvenile female who lives there
identified the 16-year-old as one
of two persons who visited her that
day riding the bikes. They are val-
ued at $370.
In a second, unrelated drug
arrest, Roger Raulerson, 21, of Glen
St. Mary was booked the night of
July 20 for felony possession of
Deputy Randy Davis said he
stopped the northbound '200-4
GMC pickup driven by the suspect
because loud music emanated from
it in the vicinity of Fraser Memorial
Hospital that night about 10:40.
Mr. Raulerson had a baggie -w ith
more than 20 grams of pot in his left
pants pocket. The officer confis-
cated a scissors knife from another
pocket, and an automatic-pi'stol thai't"
was hidden under a seat.
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A Sanderson woman who told a
county deputy she sprayed perfume
in the cab of her pickup "to cover
up the smell of beer" after it was
stopped on US 90 ended up charged
with reckless driving.
Deputy Randy Davis said he
stopped the westbound 1994 GMC
after observing it cross the center
line several times and force oncom-
ing vehicles out of the east lane in
The officer received a report about
8:00 the evening of July 20 that the
pickup was swerving on the road-
way as it left Pop's Place tavern in
the east city.
When he approached the truck
cab, Deputy Davis said he noticed
driver Sheilah Knapp, 52, appeared
to be moving her hands "back and
forth," then she explained she was
She further told the officer she
had only a few beers arid was in a
hurry to get off Shadd Lane. She was
instead taken to county jail and her
truck was towed.
Joshua Hall, 18. also of Sanderson,
faces a similar count following his
arrest in south Macclenny about
12:30 pm on July 17.
Deputy l Mike Lagle said he
observed Mr. Hall "cat walking" a
Yamaha ATV near the intersection of
South Boulevard and Grisholm St..
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Mr. Hall was also charged with
driving on a license that has been
In other arrests, Tina Miller, 26, of
Glen St. Mary faces a count of disor-
derly intoxication after she was found
partially clad and walking along CR
127 near Cove St. in Sanderson.
She was reported by two juvenile
males who attempted to get her off
the roadway the evening of July 1.
One of the youths, who lives with the
suspect and her husband, told Deputy
Brad Dougherty Ms. Miller became
intoxicated and got into a fight with
When the officer caught up with
Ms. Miller, she was cursing and abu-
sive, and reeked of alcohol. She was
clothed in shorts and a bra because
her shirt had been torn, off in the
The Department of Children and'
Families was contacted because Ms.
Miller allegedly left her three chil-
dren, ranging in age 6-8, at home
Thomas Allen, 27, of Orlando
was booked for loitering and prowl-
ing during the early morning hours
of July 20 after he was questioned
twice by Deputy Alison Smith.'
'I The officer said she first spotted
him behaving strangely outside the
Kangaroo Store on US 90 in east
' Mr. Allen said he had come from
California and would telephone
friends in -Jacksonville to pick him
About an hour later, the officer
located him on South Sixth at the
S&S convenience store. Mr. Miller
ran to the Waffle House across the
street. He admitted to Deputy Smith
he changed his shirt to avoid detec-
tion, and looted a Salvation Army
collection box off Sixth to find it.
Harold Hare, 25, was arrested July
21 at his residence off Chipshot Dr. in
northwest Macclenny on a Brevard'
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BAKER COUNTY SCHOOL ENROLLMENTS
Baker County Pre-K/K Center
CREWS--School Readiness PreK--Mason Atkinson, Jadea Baez, Kelci Frame,
Sierra McCauley. Alexandria Stines, Ariel Weddell
HADDOCK--School Readiness Pre-K-- Destiny Corbett, Bradley Gainey, Brianna
Griffis. MacKenzie Hires, Amanda Johns. Karl Mack 11, Logan McDermitt. Kierra'
Richardson. Hunter Sw indell, Hannah Walton, Trey Wilkerson. Victor Wilson
McNEAL--School Readiness Pre-K--Layla Amerson, Dustin Bray. Bryan
Brockington. Willie Chappell. Shakina Farmer. Kaylyn Godsin, Leah Hilley. Justin
Hupman-Pnngle. Daisey Lauramore. Enc Lauramore, La'Shaunt MNosle. Pearl Sealey.
OWENS-- School Readiness Pre-K-- Makayla Coleman. Jacoby Clayton, Caleb
Farnham, Neal Geiger, Tay lor Gnffis. Dustin Guernsey. Karli Johnson. Brianna Thornton,.
Alexis Turner. Logan Tyson, Kiley Whitney
KIRBY--.,P.K.---Morning session--Hannah Cash. Seth Crawford. Bryce Crewss.
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Stetson Keene. Ermly Mobley, Hunter Mulligan, Jessica Noblin, Lucy Now% len. Richard
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KIRBY -VPK-Afternoon session--Caroline Barber. Marrisa Brown. Colby Craig.
Jeffrey Crew s. Shay In Crew s. Abigail Henley. Kamerin Johns, James Kelly. Carter
Kennedy, Dalton Lew is. Billy Martin, Brooke Noblitt. Madison Norman. Savannah
Pepitone. Destaney WVerba-Raulerson. Kirsten Starling. Faith Strickland. Jillian WVaters
McCORMICK-VPK-lMorning session--Mitchael Combs., Albert Cresws. Jaime
Esterling II. Kalea Higginbotham. Griffin Hodges. Cassidy Manucy, Kellan Merritt.
Dalton Ploucher. Michael Pow ell, Amber Reneau, Bryson Roberts. Chase Sands, Carole
Spiey. Hannah Starling. Chrisuan Taylor. Matthew Thompson. Cassie Waters. Skylar
YEAGER-VPK-Aflernoon session--Cason Adams, Jordyn Dy fee. Teddy
Hammock. Jaiden Heaps. Gabnelle Howie. Abbigail Karpf. Aaron Norman, James Smith.
Macy Roswe. Nathan Wilson
Baker County Pre-K/K Center
ALDERMAN: Dorothy Brockington. Madison Clark. Cadee Craswford. Zachary
Graham, Dustin Hamilton, Nate Holland. Damsia Hope, Amber Hughes. Cheyenne
Jenkins. illiam Kemath. Jesslyn Martin, Adam Miller. Shelby Rose. Alexander Scott.
C.J Smith. Nathaniel Tubberville. Jacob Vickers. Henry Wilkerson .
BENNETT: Major Batten. Lauren Cales. Andrew Clark. Christopher Collent. Jaqswan
Davis, Margaret Dalis. Joshlyn Green. Emily McComas. Joseph Nloms. Hannah Oralls.
John Passmore. Allysa Pipkins, Thomas Rowse. Payton Ruise. Christina Slater. Daron
BETROS: Carnssa Adams. Jared Brown. Kayana Church. Chrisuan Combs. Cot\
.Deyton. Jaquez Ellor. Enyama Evans. John Johnson. Owen Loadholtz. Myles Mornson.
Dreama Morrow. Jordan Peterson, Caleb Rhoden. Melanie Smith. Hannah Thick.
Sa anna Walker. Vanessa Yale
BETTERMANN- Kyndel Allen. Brittany Burger. Kaidlyn Carter, Mackenzie Carter,
Jacobi Gaskins. Skylar Hinson, Cameron Jefferson, Regan Nlash. Jace McKinney. Jesse
Monahan. Trent Sparkman. Colton Taylor. Garrett Thomas. Noah Warner. LeAnne Whiute,
Stephanie \\ ilkerson
COMBS Da\ id Baumgardner. Kevin Campos. Callie Crouch. Isaiah Daniel. Katelynn
DaMis. Allie Fauble. Garret Fauble. Shyriq Green. Brittany Harger. Cameron Johns.
Couriney Jordan, Daw son Long. Layla Nettles. Michael Parker. Levi Pickett, Kendra
Porterfield. Cheyenne Powell. Garrett Sullivan
DAVIS- Madison Barton. Bnttany Chandler. K\quan Chrome. Abigail Craig. Kiara
Cresws. Christina Givens. Andrew Guajardo. Dylan Hardenbrook. Mason Hickman.
Cheyenne Hughes. Richard Krausse. Katlynn Morefield. Brandon Reed, Nlegan Rhoden.
SMallone Self. Asery Thornton. William Waters. Re'Ahna York
DRUMMI OND- Cheyenne Addison, Devon Beach. Enaiya Brown, Michael Colbert.
Hunter Dickinson. Ausan Godwin. Nlichael Gordon, Mackenzie McNeal. Hayley McRae,
Ariyonna Mitchell. Jordan Mobley. Trais Roberts. Deanna Sw\indell. John White.
Quantez Wilson. Alexandria Winn
FOWLER Michael Asaio. Hailey Austin. Darrell Bell. Daniel Christ. Marcus
Dialo, Destanee Dugger. Kenneth Goethe. Sierra Jones. Adrianna Lauramore. Brooklyn
Nlatelsk-. Wend\-McCaulev. Jacob Ragan. Christopher Smith. Ciurtfss Tavl'or. Katl\n
Wilkerson .- .. r. '
HALL. Reagan Brantley. Stesen Collingswood. Ella Glenn. Michael Jefferson. Warren
Johns, Amber Mann. Jared Pilkington. Alexus'Schlarbaum. Keon Simmons. Chester
S Starling, Brandi Taylor, Hannah Teerlink, Raegan Williams. KaitlynWilson. Reece Wynn,
HAND: Daniel Blair. Loriann Bbss. Reggie Bullard. Tony Holland. India Jackson.
Tony Johnson. Daniel Jones, Alexis Moore. Dustin Powers, James Reed, Breanna
Roberts. Re'yna Roland. Lucas Rosier, Noah Ruise, Charles Siemmerinng. George
Stev. ard. Hailey Jade Taylor. Sh.aron Wiggins
HORNE- Cod\ Bennen. Chloe Bra\aldo. Conner Butcher, Macy Combs. Dalbs Ellis.
Sara Lynn Green. Jackson Helms, Aiden Herb. Colby Kennedy. Garrett Lew is, Noah
Melt in. Gareth Parker. Pierce Parker. Allie Richardson. Wy)att Suggs, Michael Tillis.
Breit Tal Ior. Mackenzie \\ebb ;
KISH Mackenzie Bennett, Kiersten Canaday. Gain Cresws. Austin Dash, Melvin
Tre) Datis, Le.en Fish, Tondnc Gibbons, Devin Hartley. Dylan Hartley. Andrea Johnson.
Michael Johnson. Alexis Ledford. Sierra McGee. Mallory Rhoden. Emily Straining.
Samuel Voss. Jaquez Williams
KOSIER Jared Burnsed, Tyler Burnsed, Mason Carter, Gracie Cranford, Antwan
Eddings. Ashlynn Harris, Tyler Heberi. Kelsey Johns, Trent MobleN, Colton Moore,
Brianna Norrell. Taylor Orberg. Joshua Ossman. Katie Register. Kayla Rhoden, Marissa
Rhoden, CadeN n Sw indell. Joshua Willis
LUCAS: Carrie Makayla Davis. Haley Dumas. Abree Ellis, Madison Johnson. Trace
Kemp. Alejandro Leon. Stanley Lin. Brooke Martin. Danielle Nelson. Jamal Paskel.
Virgil Penrod, Carlos Perozo. Andrea Southard. Edsward Stokes. Hunter Thomas
MCCOOK Rebekalyn Barber. Daw son Byrd. Emily Carpenter, Allie Crunime),
MichaelDavis, Bleyne Fraser, Demi Jones. Emily King. Kelton Knabb. Zachary Lyons,
Dixie Raulerson. Dalton Ray. Karrulya Ruise. Haley Theophile. Doobie Weeks. Matthe"w
Whiting, Caden Yarborough
MCLARTY: Amanda Ballard, Margaret Bryant. Patrick Coker, Dawson' Crews,
Constance Evans, Jason Holland. Myrica Holliday, Annalee Kick, Kayiesha Major,
Jennifer Martin. Amber Miller, Zachary Randall, Garrett Sparkman, Jakob Studisant.,
Amber Sw. mdell. Kayla VanVactor, Angelee Williams
NAFE Kaiel n A.ndresw s. Kay lee Baity, Jillian Cox. James Diaz, Gala Dyal, Daisy
Griftis. Alexandria Griflis. Tucker Hodges, Eselyn Jones. Corey Lauramore, Savannah
Lee. Lydia Los good. Matthew MNette, Jaylen Miles, Tyler Roberts, Dalton Starling
ROWAN: Ben Anderson, Kaleb Branch, Katherine Castleberry, Zoelle Dunn, India
Ellis, Mika Gray, Carsyn Griffis, Chase Hancock, Madalyn Hand, Bailey Hanks, Matthew
McDuffie, Trace Milton, Keaton Padgett, Brooklyn Rae Rhoden, Katherine Rhoden,
Emma Self, Ty Stewart, Emmaline Williams
ST. JOHN: Eric Anderson, Cassidi Beavers, Austin Cole, .Dominic Crews, Lucas
Davis, Donald Duran, Evander Flowers, Damaria Gibson,, Miesha Givens, Wyatt
Godbold, Katherine Harris,.Shameria Jefferson, Kendall Manucy, Kaitlyn McComb,
Destanie Munoz. Nina Overstreet, Brandon Richardson
SWEAT: Cheyenne Adcock, John Anderson, Jaxson Burnsed, Noah Carter, John
Crews, Payton Crews, Bailey Dugger. Morgan Green, Madison Hauge, Courtney
Johnson, Kessler Mallory. Sky lar Murphy. Robert Logan Muse, Lacey Nordstrom, Joel
Satterwhite, Lyna Shumate, Michael Blaine Turner, Hac Van Do
THOMPSON: Katelyn Brassart, Shayla Brazeale, Lindsey Davis, Issac Estep,
Dakota Fountain, Austin Keaton, Brantley Kenny, Karlicia Mack, Shawna Masse, Joseph
McComb, Shelby Nipper, Shania Paige, Damian Pryde, Emily Shackelton, Dylan Spires,
Gerald Starling, Lucas Wood
THRIFT: Benjamin Coffin, DeShaun Davis, Michelle Dukeman, Eva Gray, Caitlin
Harvin, Madison Herring, Alexander Himmelhaver, Shandria Jones, Kelsey Norman,
Daytrell Paige, Haley Rogers, Marydith Stidham, Kameron Thompson, Blade Walker,
Joshua Walton, Christopher Wilson, Chandler Wood
WALLER: Andrew Bailes, Dalton Chavers, Kiara Davis, Marci Davis, Ayden
Eastman, Peyton Ferry, Megan Harrell, Natalie Hilliard, Michael Holmes, Ernie Jones,
Rilynn Kelley, Jordan Looby, Noah McCollum, Rachel Mechum, Cody Milton, Hannah
Preston, Dillon Ray, Brianna Smallwood
WILKERSON: Lewton Bumett, Keyanna Bymon, Marcus Chisholm, Dyler Davis,
Emily Dennison, Sabrina Donaldson, Yumari Farmer, Alyssa Flakowicz, Sarah Keves,
Dustin Petty, Kyle Rhoden, Kellie Stewart, Clayton Thomas, John Mason Turrentine,
FISH: Jacob Angelo, Jacob Bollinger, Dylon Gainey, Maurice Graham, Savannah
Harper, Jamyah Herring, Corben Hodges, Ryan Holt, Lane Johns, Jamon Jones, Jessica
Norman, Kaitlin Padgett, Susan Reimer, Sydney Roney, Jalisha Ruise, Spencer Soyring,
Joseph Tedesco, Brittany Wilson, Trenten Yonn.
FITZWATER: Chesney Crouch, Blake Dicks, Elizabeth Diperna, Selena Gonzalez,
Karli Harvill, Destini Hires, Jarren Hodges, Nicholas Howell, Ty Kelly, Krystyn Kingsley,
Lucas Kish, Myra Kronz, Tara McDowell, Dahae Miller, Mallory Morgan, Karlee Nelson,
Minh-Trang Nguyen, Chase Nielsen, Mallory Tomlin, Micah Wright.
GORDON: Shelby Behm, Xaiyne Bryant, Catey Cavannaugh, Chelsea Crockett, Bryce
Donaldson, Willondria Green, Keshaun Griffin, Cole Harvey, Ja'quez Jackson, S. L.
Johns, Britney Lauramore, Marissa Lightsey, Elijah Rayburn, Demyus Roberson, Chase
Sweat, Gregory Thompson, Caleb Wilkerson, Michael Worten.
GRIFFIN Da\onie Brown.. Aers Br.an, Ch.se Cre'ws. Allie England. Emma GIpson.
Zach Gregory. Blane Gnffis. Shuann Holling. Tucker Kinghom. Andrew Nlarunez. Lanrr
Mulligan. Carson Padgert. Ashle\ Paulson. Grace Rayzor. Mackenzie Rhoden. Wa Ion
Rhoden, W\\art Rhoden. Hailee Rodgers. Clayt Smith. Kallie Sowell
HUGHES: Cameron Blow, Sydney Brown, Myles Finn, James Forbes, Jayden Fowler,
Tyler Fox, Hailey Freemah, Bishop Fuller. Jabraun Jackson. Sa\e) Jefferson, Jordan
Johnson. Joshua Jones. Lia Love. Sierra McCaule, Lillian Reddel. Tavion Reed. Tyneisha
Reed. Christopher Roberts. Reagan Wilds
JONES. Vera Baker. Alison Barton. Tristn Bentle). Cameron Berg. ls'aiah Brown,
Gabriel Cannon. Christian Crawford. DYLAN Drew. AlIssa Giddens. Rick) Johns. Joe%
Johnson. Nladissn Looby. Nlarthew Manlek. Josie Norns. Holl. Raulerson. Devin Smith.
Joshua Warner. Brian West Donheish righth.
SLOUGH Cod, Barfield. Gregor Barrios. Caleb Carroll. Taslor Craft. Trisdn Cre\ws.
Lacey Durham. Mlanhet, Eldridge. John Green. Alamru Guidash. Dalion Johnson. Jordyn
Martin, Ent NlMers. Emnurt Paige. Alexia Pikney. Kelsey Ray. Amber Ruise. Chelsea
Ste\en. Hunter Wilion. Da 0son Yarborough
MCCART- Crysta Bierman. Sidne% Da\ is. Alexis Francis, Carson Gray. Wesley Hall.
Hope Kirkland, Nicolas Langston. Michelle Lin. Reginald McCray. Sierra Michell.
Tommy Ruise. Garrett Sanville. Cameron Scott. Jesslyn South, Stacey Taylor. Justin
Wiggins, ince Wilkerson. Joequan \\ ilson
MITCHELL Serenit) Akins. Kristopher Angelo. Haleigh Beazzo. Am\ Belcher.
Muchel Cram. Sidney R Da\is. Shelbe\y Frits. Jarred Gaskmns. Jayvon Ho\ard. Jacob
Morgan. Noah Nelson. Gage Rainey. Jacob Teague. Chris Thompson. Alyssa Thrift.
Z, mir Washington. Elisha Watkins. Nicklaus \\ land.
/SCOTT Bradies Barthlou. Mika\la Br.tndt. Alexia Carter, Ashley Charles. Roshell
Collet. Angel Dai idson. Logan Foreman. Vernon Franklin. Brianna Karpf, Ramon Leon.
William Martin. NlanheN McDonald. Justin Norman. Alexandria Rolhns. Hannah Ross.
Noah Thompson. Jordan \an% actor. Jaice \\illianms
DAV1S. Heather Case. Kaylie Cohen. Ciera Davis. Meagan Dugger. Amesha Graham.
Joseph Green. Kelses Kitchens. Tre\or Le'lmich. Daid McCauley. Jerry- Norman. Josie
Sha\, Bailey Smallv.ood. Peyton Staggs. Jesse Taylor, Dono\an Terrell, Tyler Walker.
Paxton \Vilson. Kass.i Wisneski. Jarne \\i nne. Katie Youne
HARVEY : Jakob Altman. Zacher\ Bell. Jonathan Carter, Monica Cra\\ford. Dalton
Creas., Julia Doiron. Shaquan Griffin. Siera Grimes. Jasmine Henderson. Ashlyn Hodges.
Emil\ Johnson. Ta Ilor Kirkland. \\ill Litin\ston. Nicole Lot\ery. Dominic Pepitone.
Madison Morrison, Larin\ Thompson. Ra\en Tucker. Michaelah Wilkerson. Errol
HURST. Erik Addison. James Barton. Sara Boothe-Holbrooks. Anna Boswen. McCayla
Christ. Amber Da h. Kajilyn Da\ is. Cassids Famnham. Joshua Hayden. Katelyn Johnson.
Austin Keene. Tabitha Kemp. Jared Kiper, Christian Lee. Cor Mills. James Phillips,
Hunter Reed. Hunter Retcho. Pe.ton Rew-is. Courtney Sapp. Emil\ Tedesco. Daniel
SABAKA- Ste'.en Cares. Robert Cras ford. Alyssa Da\is. Cassandra Guajardo. Dalton
Harris. Ashly nn Johnson. El\ ssa Jones. Codo Karpf. Joseph Lara. Jacqueline Legg.
\Vlos MlcGahd. Domnuique Ni\on. Case\ Padgeit. Seth Paige. Zoe Reedy. Christopher
Robins. Hunter Smalls ood. Austin Starling. Matthe\w Thompson. Atley Wood
SULLIVAN Asha Blue. A\en CanadaN. Elizabeth Clark. Enmily Coleman. Hay ley Cook.
Caidiyn Fish. Alissa Guidash. Rosemar, Helms. Chaunta.ius Jackson. Jonathan Jacobs.
Shantena) Jackson. Hannah Johnson. Shelby King. Landen Nevil. Emily Orender. Eric
Parker. Nathan Res\ is, Matthes Scott. Dalton Vbnk. Jacob Waltman.
A. TAI LOR Morgan Bos man. Hunter Brinain. Hannah Cain. Logan Combs. Tannis
Crews. Zachar. Crockett. Elizabeth Gray. Jordan Griffis. Rena Howie. Lindsey Lo\e.
Hunter Meadow s. Harrison Presta. Samantha Rabon. Sydney Rauterson. Will Rhoden.
Tiffans Saniaroo. Hunter Shannon. Alexis Stewart. Dakota Stitsinger. Siteen Tanner.
Chaise Ta\ or. Johnrue Sue \ illiams. J:id, n Yarborough
W\IGNALL Brenden Baker. Delaine Combs. Elizabeth Cre"s, De\ante Dasis. Pe;ton
Eastman. Sidnie Fauble, Michael Fisher. Tnsta Gibson. Austin Hartle\. Madison Kenned).
Chesanne Krauss. Sadie McCaskill. Austin Malls. Caleb Mobley. Canm'ron Mohble\. Nick
Phagan. Elizabeth Pinkston. Caleb Scott, Blair Shadd. Amber Thatcher. Jacob Thrilt
WOODS: T\ler Altman, Alexis Barnes. Julianne Beasley. Hayleigh Boatright. Erica
Flako%%icz. Kaylan Gaines. Emily Gray. Marcus Harper. Tiketa Highland. Isabella
Holloway. Jada Jackson. Daryl Klotz. Da\ id Meyers. Taylor McNeil. Jayla Moody.
Marcus Norton. Makayla Tennison. Dalton Thomas. Detrone Watkins. Trestany
Vilkerson. Dat son Williams .
ANDERSON Brtanna Briani, Dona\an Bryant. Zachiar Carr. Kelsea Crain. Hunter
DaMt i. Kyle Dac is, lan Finn, Das son Fraser. Emil) Harris. Ty Hartles. Melody Holt,
Jeffrey LaPointe. Jordan Lauramore. Khaiil Lee, Morgan Lee. Ty ler Mash. Ricki Mitchell.
Matihess Morgan. Kelse\ Owvens. Sat'dna Rli~AU n; April StfisYtigbr "Zachary Trulucil.
Brittan,\ Webb. A. 3 W ilkinsbri. l;i': *
CUNMPSTON Christina Adams. Vyshawn Akin,.. Jod\ Buettgen. Logar Butler. Brittani
Crockett. Gregorn Ellis, Kyle Fish, Christina Harris. Jacob Hendrix. Shania Hill. Danny
Mathis, Justin Morris, DeWay)ne Sikes, Eric Stoutamire. Kelsey Taylor. Jonathan WVelch.
DORMNAN T) ler Barton. Tyler Brown, Dylan Burnham. Shelby Christmas, Joshua Cox,
Destny Gamne,, Shay n Holland, Wilnesha Johnson. Kacey Kreiser. Cod\ Martin. Layne
McClellan. Alssa McLaren, Rachel Price. Siltio Sotomasor. Shelb. Ta\lor. Delicia
\Washing ion. .
GODWIN Israel Alexander. Kyle Ba\s. Christo-pher Buhler. Trai.ion Clay ton. Ste\en
Colling ,.,,.'d. Cod,> Davis, Madison Fox, Dillon Gill. Porshua Jefferson. Katal) n Johnson.
Selena Johnson. Talor Knapp. Isaiah Miller. Ales Neidermeier. Patrcia Randall. Amnanda
Rhoden. Blane Sirmons. Bailey Tyson.
JACKSON: ZacharN Briner. Kolion Conner. Kristine Finkle. Jason Franklin. Hayden
Gaines, Jake Gibson, Jesse Hall, Kenny Hall. Shelby Johns, Taylor Martin. Nathan Mills.
Cheyenne Monfort. Honor Raulerson. Priscila Simon, Dustin Thrift. Sydnee \Wason,
Kasey Weber, Heather Wilkerson. Kel1 arus Williams, Colton Yeager. .
RAMBO: Ashley Bezares. Ka\yla Charles. Brooklyn Crews s. Johnnie Da% is. Stephen
Eldridge. Butch Hanrill, George Hunter. Cheyenne Hutson. Jordan Kiper. Keith
McLemore. Cod', Morgan, Crew s Orender. Anthon, Simmons. \adarian Robinson.
Deangelo Thomp.on. Luke \Whisman.
RENTZ. Dominic Combs, Corvn Eastman. Nicholas Fernandez. Caleb Grirfin. Ta'Keisha
Hadley. Jillian Hodges. Jason Johns,. Jack Koburger. Jake Koburger. Morgan Lagle.
Duncan McClellan. Kate Meadow s. Samuel Oyinloye, Desean Prescott. Ashton Ray.
Dau son Robbins. Shea Robinson. Gray son Wagstati
L. TAYLOR:, Zachary Cannon, Courtne\ Davis, Shayla Dearborn. Jay mie Gaines. Collyn
Green, Marthesw Johns. Angel Johnson. Michael Jordan, Pans Jones, Bradle\ McDonald.
Jimmy Morgan, Terrence Potts, James Reed. J. D.1 Roberts. Caitlan Rose. Amber
Simmons.. Frederick Sirmones. John Stewartn
-Westside Elementary School
Callahan Mich.iel B.alc,. Ioshla Banon. Ra\ Ch.rle Megan Conner, Abigail Craven, Jamie Davis,
Trijn D,' is. Le' Dugger. Christian Gardner. Line Gary,.Faith Green, Tory Haines, James Harrell,
Joshua Ha:, god. K:.1ii ai lohn.-'n. Panicia Mqgee. Quantrel Ruise, Hannah Thomas, Lindsey Walker,
Leland Wiggins, Noah Williams
DYAL: Timbra Alford, Zaryona Allen, Lacey Bell, Heath Bennett, Tyler Eddy, Macy Gleaton, James
Griffis, Devon Jordan,,Landon Mccune, Timothy Midyette, Katelynn Muncy, Alyssa Rich, Rockey
Roberson, Edward Ruise, Melissa Simmons,
Jusru Tampoc. 'ourimey Waltrip, Frederick Wil- '
lam ,. kairil l ni. -
HiART Tain BurncJ, Cameron Crain, Caleb
Crews, Cole Ci: hn.b.i ,r.moruc Denmark, Rea- X J RE
' gan Dopson, KylieGabbard, Miriah Grendzini,
Kyle Griffis, Mad]s,:.rn Haller, Quinci Hand, Ad-
dison Hannah, David Higginbotham, Christo-
pher Hill, James Johnson, Nicholas Lee, Clarissa
Midyette, Landen Oca, Tori Richardson, Emmalee
Rushing, Miranda Tubbs
HILTON: Ethan Arnold, Skyler Cales, Gavin R eg isterin g
Conner, Mckenzie Curry, Christopher Davis,
Markelya Ford, Kole Griffis, James Hance, Mar-
cus Harvey, Amberly Home, Tanner Kennedy,
Savannah Lauramore, Victoria Lewis, Courtney S-1 1 i c 'il
Malloy, Jordan Miller, Patrick Ruise, Cheyenne lerV' l g LIlI rel l
Taylor, MASON: Jaclyn Adkison, Jakari An-
derson, Erika Bond, Dalton Dietz, Matthew Ed i qual i 1 ity
wards, Angel Farmer, Dawson Fergusofi, Tucker 1 L11 q |UclHLV
Gombert, Colbey Griffis, William Hines, Chelsie
Hodges, DaltonLauramore, Pilar Manning, Ro- instruction in a
berto Perez, Morgan Smith, Shayla Smith, Tony
Trail, Derrick Williams, Joseph Young
MURPHY: Jeremiah,alderman, Dawson Bea- S ttin sinc
sley, Sydney Bumsed, Daniel Courson, Alaina s n
Crawford, Olivia Crews, Jacquelyn Donker, Klint
Griffis, Curtis Harmon, Griffin Hinson, Cooper
Hodges, Morgan Jewell, Javari Johnson, Jamilee .
Lauramore, Maegan Lawrence, Taylor Moore,
Brandy Norrell, Arlie Rhoden, Jarred Spurlock, ,
RICHARDSON: Hayden,bennett, Naudia Cope- .
land, Shayla Crews, Jeslyn Estep, Maeghen Gross, .
Carliya Jefferson, Christopher Kellar, Lucas Mor-
ris, Tucker Pinson, Mark Roberts, James Rowe,
Andrea Ruise, Reilly Ruise, Haley Self, Lacie
Silguero, Robert Small, Kayla Thigpen,. Clay
Touchton, Michael Walker, Mikea Washington,
Mackenzie Williams .
ROACH: Billy Brown, Destiny Davis, Jennifer Call for inform atio
Davis, Madyson Davis, Aleara Ferguson, Dalton
Hathcox, Cameron Hauge, Cameron Kaiser, Au- Patricia W weeks,
drianna Lane, Savannah Parish, Devin Simpson,
Noah Starling, Brandon Tubberville, Gladys Yac-
SANDS- CollIn Ambrose, Chey enne Ball., \Villiam Barber. Ro, Clark. Mckenzie Cres s. Sarah Crews,
William Crockett. Brysen Dopson. Ama-a Figueroa. Jade Hale. Delane) Harve\. MNckenzie Hick-
man. Leah Kerce. Etelhn Knabb. Ethan Kijught. Camryn Payne, Jackson Sands, Lillie Starling, Noah
Ta,,Ior, SHERIDAN Keoaa Adkins. Saannah Anderson. Jonniesue Bailey, Shelton Brannen, Austin
Brogdon, E'yanna Brosn. Deton Cole. Joshua Dickinson. Lemon Geiger. Jacob Gray. Dalton Har-
nson, Na lee Lumpkmn. Jeremiah Riggs. Antonio Rodnguez. Gabnelle Schoolcraft. Xzasier Smith,
Preston Surnon. Austin Terrell. Asia Walker. Samantha ) uhas
SMITH: Donna Connolls. Rodney Dais. \Waylon Golden. September Mclknley. Kayla Milling, An-
thony Otiz. Hannah Robens. Mathea Sands. St., Simmons. Sadie Sparkman. Savannah Stafford.
THOIML Elizabeth Ambrose. Abbigail Baggen, James Barnen. Dusnn Childress.
, Ke'inna Cover. Shote)a Coleman. Ace Cresa. Deaoen DaisR. S)dnec, Dehan. Ton)a EdlSards.
Lourde;Garcia. Jordan Gloser. K)ne Holman. Jessica Holmes, Robenrt Knuckles. Zacher) Lill), Sum-
mer Motble\. Cj.stln Peters. Morgari Snrudl. Amber Simmonr
WAV.RNER Robert Baker. Ta)Ilor Conner. Elizabeth Dillard. Geffer) Gaskmns, Cailynn Goldsmith,
Jordan Harsey. Chnstopher Lewis, Mackenzie Martin. Hannah Mcca,-crawford. Kelesey Myers,
Rebecca Pearl. Anthony, Prescon, Ta)Ilor Pugsles. Elizabeth Reagan. Parker Roberts, Serena Rowan,
Brandon \%age,. Samana Williams. Thorne Zimmerman.
CREWS Sierra Aldy. Joseph Alford. Courme) Baldyn. Cheyenne Cales. Isaiah Creas, Benjamin
Ellis. Jared E\en. Hunter Mcmahan. Bne Milenchick. Chelsea Miller. Shanoa Murch. Leslie Nipper,
Christina Perez. Mark Romano. James Smiuth, Kelse) Smc"kland. Natharual Taylor. Jacob Wallstedt.
D lan \\ alton. Darb\V Weatherly
DIU\AL Sierra Ahiens. Mackenzie Anail. ZacharN Bingham. Chnsuan Blanks. Mallory Cain, Wil-
ham A Caner. Chad" ick Collins. Chnsr Cre is. Mallory Godw in, Enca Harnle). Rodenck Haygood.
Nallory Moble). Mason Mosle\, Breah Pelfre-,. Heaiher Pietrosiki. Karly Richardson. Meara Tarte,
Kajil' n W\alker..Jessica Vesterstelle
ELLEDGE R)an Barnes. Deaunt"e Bros n. Clayton CanadNy. Samantha Evans. Ausin Feagle. Mar-
cus Hall. Terrde Hughes, Marcus Reed. Jessica Robens, Bnttan) Sansoucie. Johnn) Smith. Isaac Tis-
GONZALEZ Clayton Adklns. Joseph.bureau. NM B. Charles. Mlackenz. Clark. Marthe, Crews,
Hope FI). Dametra Gibson. Johnny Hodges. Joseph Johnson. Johnathan Kincheloe. Catherine Krausse.
Dylan Lesis. Amelia Loubani. Osn Marthe\ws. Maegei Miller. Jordan Norton. Jamue Pnsen. Bn-
anna William_. Dylen Williams
GREEN Jacob Anderson. Chnristopher Baker. Clayton Braisarn. Braniley Br.ant. Deanna Caudill,
Ta lor Gra Crat ford. Richard Cuiksa. Case. CurrN. Blair Finley. Lani Fo>ier. Ronald Goodman. Mar-
gare E Gray. Donnie Gnrfis. Sara Hillird. Courtic', Hodges. Dareoria Hudso.n. Macy) ackson, Danu-
-, ha Kjrksc.. Kaden Miller. Charles Peacock. Chnsiopher Touchioun
HAND Caleb Cress.. Collin Creis. Katilin Cress.. Nhrarda Dehart. Lil\.-anne Drasd). Bradle)
Fennell. Ka-sn Gitens. Gannon Godmin. Timioth\ Harrell. Dakota Mclarrt. Logan Monds. Gordon
Norman. Jacob Perrmman. Landon Peteron. Bamlei Pisani. Gadin Register, Gunner Southard. Ridge
Stean.Ossen Ta)lor, Nathan \Vest. Kelse:, Wilcox
HURST: Olivia Bogardus. Alyssa Cagle. Joshua Carter. Amanda Craig. Ciera Crews.
Tmiothy Curry. Shawn Danese. Amber Denmark. Amanda Dennison. William T Dugger.
Dusin Higginbotham. Taylor Miller. Kaithn Nash. Christian Pntchard. Janiie-lynne Raul-
erson, Jared Raulerson, Hale Shass. Jarquez Stes% art. Tammie Stoddard
SJACOBS Corey Adams. Dalton Adams. Thomas Aldndge. Desiree Bingham. Erinn Brtn-
son. Keondrick Clayton. Amber Combs. Christopher Duggar. Hale\ Dugger. Grace Fly.
Hunter Gro\es. Dale Hodges .angel Jackson. Tristan. Jew ell. Tiffany Kenny. Trad Sey-
mour. Alexx St John. Amber Tay, lor. Cody Thatcher. Reginald Thomas
JAMES- Apnl.crews. Jenna Ellis. Eugene Farmer. Kyle Francis. Cecil Hagan. Summer
Harsey. Joshua Herring. Chastity Mallo.. Savannah Moss. Chyna Parker. Caitlyn Parrish.
Hale\ Porterfield, Shailey Rhoden. Brandy Robinson. Robert Schmehl, Ashlyn Stafford,
.Christian Vatkins. Byron Williams. Warden Wolle
LANCASTER. Dillon Bijeaux. Marcus Burger. Sean Chancey'. Savannah Cresws. Mason
Filosi, Mason Fuller, Visica Gaskins. Sarah Hicks. Kailee Knight. Kaitlyn Lasw, Kasandra
NMccook. Jesslynn MNlers. Kelse\ Nash. Alexus Reed. Chrisnan Rogers. Wiliam Shaffner.
Morgan Shellenbarger. Saige Wilson. Bryar Zimmerman
RHODEN. Charles.anderson. Brooke Burnsed. Brianna Da\ is. La\ ia Davis. Bryce Donk-
er. Aura Esterling. Samuel Etans. AshIle Hall. Lacey Johns. Zachary Korkowskj, Kelly
La\s ler. Lillianne Lotus. Bnanna MNcelfresh. Ryan Parish. MNacy Payne. Zackre\ Robinson,
Kimberl\ Rov.e. Mason Spencer. Michael Tolbert. Dominique Washington
STAFFORD Bnanna Chandler. Badley Cook, ThOmas Er in. Nia Fish. Nlarkese Givens,
Russell Godmin. Kaylon Golden. Mason H.arey. Parker Holman. Katelyn Johnson. Tyler
Long. Braxtion Moore. Charles Murray. Catnlin Raulerson. Aurumn Reicho. Kaytlin Robin-
son. Dilan Rosier. Lauren Sienmmyer, Stephanie Stoutenborough, Jesslyn W\ldhams
ADA.IS: William Breswer. Nicholas Brow n. Breanna Condrich .ashli Everett. James Wyatt
Grlffith, AlIsa Hall. Dalecya Kirksey. Hunter Long. Alexandra Nipper. Justis Paige, Eliza-
beth Rhoden, Savanna Rhoden. Jessica Rosier. Natrone Stoutanure. Dustin Yaccarino
BINN- Ash.ton Alford, Hunter Burnsed. Brooklyn Chambers. Arneisha Clayton. Haleigh
Craw ford. Zachar, Dehan, Luz Garcia. Tealeah Gisens. T\mez Gi\ens. Tyler Groves.
Brandon Harns. Colby Hodges. NMondrell Jefferson. Selena Johnson. John Mcelroy. Jack-
son Nen. Payton Parker. Deandre Rwuse. Mason Taylor. Kate VWhitehead
GRAY-X marquel Allen. Bnrittany Clark. Tony Coleman. Keith Conner. D\ lan Davis. Cheicy
Foerman. Sheldon Gnffis, Jonathon Hodges. DequaviusJosephi'AJlen Laurarrtore. Megan
Lauramore. Alissa Leonard. Deanna Maxw.ell.:Jordan Muncy. Andrea Pearl. Savannah
Roberts. Katlynn Schlarbaum. Jordan Somnmise
'GRIFFIS Jacob Alford, Ton Baggen. Donovan Breazeale.TTyria Haygood. Stephen Mann.
Akeli Manning. Ashly McNlmahan. Thomas MNidyette. Samantha Pearl. Kaitlyn Raulerson, -
Elika Rogers. Kayse Sands, Oli\ia Sapp. Kyle Stelma. Tyler Sulli an. Whitney Tollver.
John Tow nsend. Justin Waddell. Tay lor Walton
HILLIARD Angel Alford. Jacob Brown. Taylor Brow n. Scariett Brows ning. Corey Bur-
nette. Michael Collins, Hunter Combs. Rachel Das is. Jasmine Denmark. Daughton Martin.
Dustin Narin, Shaw n Marin. Elissa NMiller. Alexandrea Oli er. Dalesha Paige. Kaleb Wal-
ton, Sydney Wi ltams, Kane Wolfe, Tres or Worley
HITE: Abigail Carpenter. Taylor Carrington, Kristyn Carter, Madison Combs, Raymond
.Crews, Kay lan Dat is, Callie Elledge, Hannah E Harvey, Samantha Hinson, Craig Jones,
Dalton Jones, Tristan Lauramore, Nlaci Mcduffie. Rhet NMckendree, Jordan Parker, Beth-
any Richardson, Jacob Sanders, Shyanne Shumate. James Stas ely. Corley Sweat, Alexis
PAYNE: Jarrett Barton, Jessie Cox, John Crawford, Bradley Dehart, Kellen Dopson, Mary
Elledge, Katelynn Flandreau, Marcus Godbold, Rachel Harrison, Dylan Irish, Zachary
Johnson, Grace Jones, Shelbie Martin, Larrm Morris, James Nelson, Cody Ratliff, Owen
Register, Blake Roberts, Javan Robns.on. Ashley Suggs, Bailee Turner, Hannah Wilker-
SHOPE: Christ) Combs, Alexis Cowart,'Monica Crawford,, Michael Davis, Shannon
Dos ling. Brach Dukeman, Bailey Edwards, Victor Givens, Kesjaun Jefferson, Ruxavi-
er Johnson, Logan Kaiser, Tayler Lafaso, Rikki Langston, Kaylee Lowery, Julia Rivest,
Shawn Sapp, Wesley Siemering, Samantha Stafford, Gabrielle Starling -
WENDEL: Kristen Barton, Taylor Bloxham, Logan Campbell, Justin Combs, Benjamin
Crawford, Shelby Crews, Gydeon Femandez. Justin Hardee. Ethan Hatcher, Harley Jones,
Kameron Kight, Davis Knabb. Patrick Lamb. Kamard Mccray, Christian Padgett, Grant
Peterson, David Powell, Payton Prescontt. Austin Rhoden, Rosemar> Thompson
WHITE: Brandie Callaway. Kolbie Davis. Hannah E Harney. Bnan Hoffman. Peyton
Hoswell. Jerenuah I\erson. Jacob May. James Tyler Nelson., Trenton Noblitt. Chase Parker,
Dustin Pow less. Nicahl Ruise. Rachel Schwartz, Katlin Sigers. Kenneth Simmons, Bran-
deri Snyder, Melanie Sweat, Ashley Thompson. Tra\ is Trail.
'WILLIAMS: Marlena Coleman, Jinny Davis, Halainna Force, Patricia Garrett, Bridgett
Gillman, Cameron Hans, Chance Hardenbrook, Tucker Hart, Amber James, Zachary Les-
ter, Kaleb Manning, Dillon Nipper, Dalton Norman, Jamie Oakes, Treston Pipkins, Jesse
Regnier, Hunter Riggs, Jacob Schmehl, Elizabeth Stiers, Shelby Stoddard
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BAKER COUNTY SCHOOL ENROLLMENTS
Keller Intermediate School
BOATRIGHT Room 238
Blackwood, Justin, Boatz, Donan. Charles, Ausnn. Combs. Tracey. Dinkins. Andrew; Duncan, Mia.
Gould, Rebekah. Gray. Colton. Hulen. Kendell. Lau son. Bnanna; Lewis. Emmanuel. Milchell,
Maegan; Myers, Paul, Raulerson, Rosie. Rhoden. Kr sten: Ruise. Charles. Sielma. Kenneth: Stewart,
Javon;Theophile, Jacob. Williams, Ivy, Williams, Sasana
CRUMMEY Room 237
Barnes, Senrra. Batten, Mason; Benton, Karrigan. Chapman. Tyler. Dewolfe, Danielle. Dewolfe,
Kathanne: Dyal, Kaylyn; Hodges, Brooklyn. Hodges. Brandon. Keene, Mandy, Kerce. Molly;
Mclntosh, Melissa; Mobley, Jonathan; Parker. Brandon; Ray, Mark, Roberts. Madison. Sampley,
Kayla, Sanders, Sierra; Schielding, Bren. Snmith, Jusnn; Tesion. Destiney. Yarborou-h, Joan
MORLEY Room 101
Anderson, Jackie. Berg, K)le. Bureau. Clayton. Chauncey. Mallory. Harrell. Jessica; Hartle,,
Mitchell, Harvey, Apryl. Hathcox. Colb:,. Loadholtz. Mason, Nionds. Allison; Paulk. Alexandra.
Picket, Tara; Pilkingion. Jessica. Regnier. Cheyenne, Rife. Core). Sellers. Jacob. Smith. Jacob.
Stafford. Matthew; Stallings. Anna. Whlute. Aaron
CAVANNALIGH Room 105
Barton, Tnsten; Bennen, Knstin. Delp. Bnrtant. Donaldson, Vomesha. Gain, Makayla: Hance,
Kaidin; Jones. Alia. Major. Anntan. Meisier. Garren. Niller. Candace; Mosel), Elizabeth; Nelson.
Kimberly, Nipper, Cody: Parker, Caleb, Rafuse. Zachary: Raulerson. Jaren., Raulerson, Tyler ;
Russell, Bradley; Smalflwood, Cassidy, Thomas, Joseph. Walker, Steven, Williams, Jasmine
SMITH Room 108
Boyene, Landon; Cain. Grason, Caner. Jacob, Combs, Keith. Dinkins. Ashleigh, Dopson, Sydney,
Former, Lexie. Home. Ridge. Kish. Steve, Long, Rachel, Long, Rebekah. McCray. Summer: Padgettn,
Lailan. Paulson. Angelica. Payne, Karlie, Rodgers, Hannah, Srmith. Elizabeth, Stalvey, Jacob;
Waldron, Forrest; Wheeler. Callie; Whitng. Bnanna; Wilkerson, Danmelle
KICK Room 107
Altman, Tnstan; Beck, Troy, Crews. Brody, Crews, Kyle. Croft, Baylee: Hall, Travis: Hams,
Stantrell. Hatcher, Carolyn. Heathenngton. Nathan, Higginbothan, Dalton: Holmes, Shannon: Home,
Natalie; Johnson, Darchelle, Kennedy. Jordan, Kreutz. Tyler, Michitsch. Alexus. bilton. Jacob,
Mobley, Joseph; Rice. Zachary: Schatz. Julia; Stewart. Dream): Williams. Donelle
GIDDENS Room 106
Allaire. Angel. Burnsed. Morgan. Butcher. Marthew. Carroll, Jaime. Chisholm. Marthew. Crews.
Haley, Gerace. Nlaegan. Goethe. Ashton. Kruse. Diamond. Martin. Emily, Nlidyette, George;
Nowlen, Hannah; Pnngle, Allee. Raulerson. William. Rhoden. Grace Mane. Sands, Jesslyn, Sapp,
Victona, Smith. Brea, Waltman. Oakley. Williams, Videll: WiLon. Cameron; Yarborough. R)an
PERRY Room 302, Albino. Chelse.i Barton, Desirea, Berry. Lauren. Bourgois. Celeste;
Brazeale, Bnnan). Bumsed. Austn; Bussey, Kristin. Cramn, Frank. Cullen, Dillan, Holman, Tanner,
Martin. Brandtn. Reeves. Jenna. Rollni. Thomas, Sibley. Sadie, Tomas. Elena. Walker. Randall.
Williams, Bakaun. Wingate. Autumn. Yonn. Taylor
TBA -Room 103
Allen.Tenell. Brannen. Catherine. Brazeale. Brooke, Brewer. Chelsea. Davis. Sandi, Durham,
N- Megan. Gaine. Elizabeth, Giens. Ermll, Graves. Kasey. Highland, Tasha. Howard, Eric;
Karagiannopoulos. Ales: MlcElfre'h, Thomas. Nipper. Garren. Parker. Kelby, Westervelle, Ja);
Wheeler. Brandon, Williams. Jesse
PRESTON Room 240
Burch. Keyonna. Combs. Brooke: Combs. Shelby, Edwards, Steven. Fennell. K) le; Harrell. Tommy.
Hauge. Libradio, Johns, Autumn. Johnson, Zoe, Johnson. David, Kersey, Tiffany: Lee-Hayden.
Laura; Mathis. Cod). McSwain. Bnnany. Mobley, Kaleb. Ratliff. Jessica; Rollins. Deante
BROOKINS Room 301
- Bennett, Jacob. Bnrinson, Delane., Burnsed. R)an: Damnelowicz, Isaiah: Dugger. Hunter, Geiger,
Brandon, Jenkins. Ethan. Kirby, Cameron. Mattox, Christopher. McDonald. Ashle). Mosley, Maia,
Ripest. Ethan. Scott. Katelyn. Sullivan, Harley; Summey. Deanna; Taylor. Logan
TBA Room 102
Baxter. Samantha; Corben. Sydney. Freeman. Ethan. Gabbard. TaylIor: Gibson. Brendon, Giv ens.
Reggie, HI-e, Austin, Jefferson, Mlakayla. Johnson. Malci, Manunng. Austin: ; Moorman. Brooke,
Oakes, Ryan, Raybum. Grant. Terry. Caleb, Vanderpool, Mary, Williams, Dalton Wright, Charles
RODGERS Room 104.. Baker. Samuel. Brown. John. Colhngwood. John. Cox. Kristen, Drury.
Chase; Edg), Rachel, Eldndge, Chns; Fish, Savannah. Fraser. NMles; Handie. Louis, Harvey,
Brandon, Ingram. Kalyn; Loyd, Alexis. Nettles, Amber. Nettles. Natalie; Neumans. Garren; Orberg,
Tanner, Powell, Desiree: Thomas, Blake
BINION Room 304
Benne, Taylor; Clark. Dylan: Combs, Brandon, Davis. Thomas; Head. Kayla; O'neal. Angel.
Ortiz, Jean-Yves, Rayburn, Jenelle, Rhoden. Deanna. Robinson. NMkell. Sanchez. Gncelda, Snead,
Davante; Thompson. Rhylee; Walker, Andrea. Weddle. Makay la. While. Tharen
LYONS Room 303
Brooks, Dudley; Bumen, Brittany, Combs. Courtne). Karnes. Savannah. Keen, Kate; Lafaso.
Gabrielle: Noblitt, Austn, Reed. Hale, Roberson. Desiree, Siummons. Monica. Truen. James,
Whitehead, Mya; Williams, Joseph, Worle). Wyatt
WITEN Room 309
Bailey, Sharlie; Brooks, Kimber; Campbell. Joshua. Crawford. Chnstopher. Davis, Kansas; Dixon,
Tianna: Farmer, Megan; Jagodnik, Amanda, Merchant. Blayne. Newmans. Kaleb, Robbms, Tnristan,
Starling, Willis; Thompson. Zachar), Tolben. Caroln.% Weeks. Brandon
WESTBERRY Room 236
Barron, Kaitlyn;'Brazeale, Shianne; Brown, Ezayine; Davis, Keltni; :Drow, Matthew; Ferguson,
Al)yssa, Gnffis, Jesse.-HunM. David. Jonas. Le... KeI. Arm,:n
CINAL Room 1903
Alligood. Lewis: Caner. Adam, Cook. Shelb): Cook. Robert. Ferguson. Damian T.. Franklin,
Carlion: Harris. Tyromnca, Johnson. Stephanie. Johnson, Manthew, Lee. Elisha: Manucy, Nlarthew;
McKenney, Samuel; Nid)yere. Chanty : Niller. Cassie: Oakes, Elizabeth. Rogers, Bnan, Rushing,
Chrinsopher. Smith, Miranda. Starling. Sydni. Tanner, Nranda: Wans. Jolonda, Weddle, Deanna
OWINGS Room 1904
Adams. Brandie; Baker, Nelissa: Barron. Klie. Barton. Sabnna. Bow man. Breneisa, Burnene.
Desonee, Conner. Taylor: Coody, Dyland, Goldsmith. Brian: Graham, Zachary. Hadley. Rashadd;
Harris, lames Hinson. Brandi. HodgeS. Damn, Hunter. Jordan. Jackson. Nia; MaJor. Tyquand,
Manning. Joseph. NMiller. Cody, Tvardos, Stephanie. Wilkerson, Sarah
ELLEDGE Room 409. Albnnon. Lawrence. Arms.rong Laura. Bramnle. Stephen. Brown,
Kayla, Brant. Bnrirany: Da\is. Shauna. Davis. Katie: Doson, Bryce Ingram, Kameron, Jefferson,
Carl; Lee. Taylor. Lightsey, Arrica; Mnedecke. Katieln. Myklebost. Lauren. Thornton. Taylor; Vose,
Quinton; Walker, Brandi, Walke, Walker, Bobby; \es. Hannah, Whale,, Tiffan\c: Willis. Brandon, Woolard,
PORTERFIELD -Room 1905 '
Allen, Shelley; Boldry, David; Bowles, .Tay lo. Cooper. Margaret, Corder, Aaron; Davis, Brianna;
Girgis. Taylor, Graham,. Omega; Green, Kimberly, Hams, Emmie; Lysaght-Younger, Evan; Mathis,
Joel; Moran, Tyler; Murphy, Kailey; Nixon, Darryl; Oender Kaden; Pettyjohn, Sara; Ploucher, Alan;
Silguero, Lexie; Starling, Kirsten; Stewart, Brad; Taylor, Steven
LUCAS Room 40. : Adums. John, Albino. S, dne'y;Alford, Whitney; Cams, Cynthia; Dickinson,
Jacob; Eckert, Jenna. Given,. Shayla. Grantham. Eric; Hagans, Ariel; Harvey, Austin; Hollings,
Jacovan; Johnson. Tiamara. Johnson, Shelton. Jordan. Nicki. Lawrence. Macie. McDonald, Tyler;
Meadows, Chase; Soyring, Brandon; Strohmetz. Sarah. Like. WP lie. Warmer. Austin: Yarbrough,
SAPP Room 009; ; Alford, Chelzie; Anderson. Am. Burnsed. Aaron. Carter; Jesse;H Clhity,
Manhew, Crews. Megan. Fay,'Raven; Green. Darius; Greene, Kimberlee; Haney. Shyan; Holt,
Mercer. Jasonek. Krisrina. King, Nachelle. Lester. Edgar. McDonald, Matthew; Nettles, Adrian;
Reed, Shakyra; Schaeffer. Mikala, Simmons. Cody; Smith, Kayla; Thomas, Charles
MCCLENDON Room 406;, Barker, Brazell; Boone, Michael; Brannen, Brandon; Byrd, Travis;
Campos, Jonathan; Gray, Kristen; Harvey, Sandra; Hille, Kimberly; Hodges, Jennifer; Lee, Brandie;
Leftwich, Daniel; Lewis, Winston; Mann, Katie; McSwain, Theodore; Tate, Cody; Taylor, Cody;
Williams, Kacey; Yonn, Awsten
TAYLOR Room 1902; ; Adkins, Ashton; Barton. Jesse, Bumett, Jamie; Crawford, Quinton;
Etheridge, ibby; Famesi, Sarah; Flores, Mikal; Godwin, Glenna; Hancock, Taylor; Hand, Mekenzi;
Hines, Reba; Hoatlin, Derrick; Holton, Kylie; Knabb, Madison; Langston, Ronnie; Miller, Brandon;
Raley, Morgan; Raulerson, Desaraie; Shiloh, Hilary; Surrency, Trinise; Thomas, Robert; White, Jered
KATSACOS (MICKE) Room 404
Barrett, Evan; Combs, Christopher; Davis, Miranda; Evans, Mikki; Ferguson, Palmer; Gray, Braden;
Harvill, Lauren; Hodges, Shelby; Hodges, Alan; Johnson, Taylor; Knapp, Ashli; Miller, Storm; Noles,
Casen; Norrell, Brittany; Raulerson, Dylan; Rowe, Dillan; Smdth, Matthew; Sollicito, Ryan; St. John,
Sarah; Stacy, Peyton; Tharpe, Victoria; Thompson, Kathryn
TAYLOR -.Room 403
Beckerdite, Taylor; Bennett, Shad; Brown, Teyanna; Carter, Darian; Coleman, James; Constanza,
Michelle; Crews, lJared Paul; Cushman, Caleb; Davis, Randy; Fogarty, Gabrielle; Hughes, Chace;
Keeton, Brittany; Kirby, Kyle; Mallard, Austin; Moore, Bayleigh; Muse, Kaiflen; Padgett, Jessica;
Raulerson, Danielle; Thomas, Alexis; Thomas, Alexa ; Turner, Jarett; Turner, Jordan
PRESCOTT Room 408; ; Adkiys, Ashton ; Ahrens, Michael; Albritton, Candi; Campbell, John;
Collins, Sarah; Cox, Savanha; Crews; Ethan; Dewit, Kirsty; Farmer, Tenaya; Foley, Ashley; Hanman,
Michael; Hodges, Brittany; Hodges, Deana; McCray, Joseph; Parker, Kelly; Pearl, Anthony; Powell,
Vanessa; Starling, Brookelyn
HURST Room 312; ; Callen, Brandon; Gaskins, Rasheem; Givens, Jennifer; Hollings, Emonte;
Hoover, Katelyn; Kaufman, Leah; Law, Justice; Manning, Joshua; Mathis, Danielle; Merritt,
Christopher; Miller, Mason; Nipper, David; Rollins, Tommy; Sibley, Rachel; Sigers, Casey; Smith,
Megan; Tedesco, Julia; Welch, Matthew
MURPHREE Room 402
Allen, Joshua; Beasley, Jason; Bennett, Kourtni; Canaday, Dakota; Curran, Robert; Davis, Marquel;
Drew, Katelyn; Escobar, Ariana; Gaines, Auburn; Hysler, Amanda; Krausse, Tiffany; Lauramore,
Taylor; Lloyd, Codi; Murray, Shelby; Sanders, Rickle; Shaffner, Jacob; Sundy, Austin
MURPHY Room 010
Adams, Olivia; Aldous, Rayne; Clayton, Taiylor; Dehart, Brittany; Eiserman, Meghan; Farrell,
Patrick; Folsom, Jacob; Graham, Brianna; Griffin, Denisha; Griffin, Natavian; Harden, Branden;
Harvey, Jonathan; Harvin, Amber; Patterson, Hunter; Smith, Whitiey; Vitt, Jordan; Williams, John;
HARRISON -Room 1901
Braddy, Tyler; Dopson, Taylor; Elledge, Forrest; Gregory, Grant; Harvey, Clara; Hinson, Abby;
Hodges, Brittni T; Jarvis, Branda; Knabb, Lexy; Kuhr, Shelby; Mason, Caitlin; Mechum, Shelby;
Mobley, Mason; Osteen, Malory; Register, Alexander; Rhoden, Briann; Sanderson, Chelsea; Sweat,
Mason; Taylor, Genie; Wendel, Tyler; Williams, Hunter; Wingard, Mackenzie
HERMAN Room 405
Alford, Kasey; Anderson, Kelsey; Anderson, Megan; Arabie, Delaney; Berry, Kelsey; Blanks,
Candice; Bradley, Amy; Chambers, Hunter; Chancey, Timothy; Coker, Thomas; Collins, Emily;
Forbes, Hawke; Griffis, Daryl; Hayes, Reggie; Nichols, Joshua; Rhoden, Chelsea; Sapp, Brianna;
Thomas, Kevin; Thomas, Shana; Thompson, Madison; Welborn, Amber; West, Clayton
WHEELER e- Room 1906; ; ; Barton, Byron; Cole, Tyler; Corder, Kaitlyn; Dana, Michael;
Ferguson, Keegan; Gray, Sara; Griner, Stephanie; Guin, Reba; Harrison, Brandi; Johns, James; Johns,
Randall; Kuster, Michael; Lee, Colton; McNeil, Rebekah; Parrott, Cody; Pigott, Kiala; Ray, Autumn;
Robinson, Lateshia; Ruise, Aaliyah; Samaroo, Kimberly; Stewart, Samantha ;
Mr. GOLON 4'" and 5" Room 401
Brown, Jarrett; Elixson, Garrett; Gentry, Jamie; Griffin, Tristen; Griffis, Dylan; Hughes, Richard;
Mr. READ 4'" and 5"h Room 508
Brown, Catherine; Davis, Brandon; Harvey, Wade; Hoffman, Robert; Kitchens, Kayla; Klotz, John;
Raulerson, Tyler; Stoutenborough, Kimberly; Trail, Tyler
Baker County Middle School
EIGHTH- APPLEWHITE, JAMES H.
Collingwood. Michael Jay, Gibson, Paulesha JeneU, Gross, Jena Dawn; Johns, Mindy Ann: Kuster Jr.
James Law son. Plan. Leon William; Portns. Brooke Leanne. Taylor. James Brandon, Widemond, Da% id
Bernardle. Williams 0, Samuel Lawton: Williams, Ashiton Brady
MLXED GRADES- BRADDY, LISA
Allen, Favion M ; Battles. Kiara Tashy)a, Bois-claire, Dakota Austn, Brown Jr. Charles Dean; Eck-
ert. Jeremy Dwamne; Farmer. Deontay Lewis; Ford, Mardreakus Lamar; Hadley, Lucrena Von-acacia,
Hoffman, William Daniel, Mack. Denzel Devante; Miller, Christopher Douglas; Odom, Jeremy Ryan;
Parker, Jordan Roger, Stout, Jason Sk)ler, Walker hi, Steven Ray, Whiute, Kaleb Sky; Whitener, Bran-
EIGHTH- CARRINGTON, DEDRA
Bennett, Justin Garrett, BIoxham, Trevor Lee, Blum, Taylor Aaron; Brannen Jr. Billie Joe; Crab-
tree, Lam Michele, Jones. Marklta Cornelius. Ken, D)ylan Pamnck, Marnn. Dusin Hugh; Muse, Dale
Grady; Qualler, Clifford Mcveety. Taylor, Haley Mckay: Thomas, Cameron David
SEVENTH- CASSIDY, ANNE
Anderson, Abigail Sorrel, Anderson. Steven James, Bloxhain, Zachary James: Bury. Cathy Liny, Ca-
son, Robert Chnstophe; Crawford, Brandon Wade; Crawford, Layton Ray. Crurnmmey, Taylor Nicole;
Driggers, Shelby Lynn, Dubose, Joseph Michael, Finley, lan Parker; Fish, Blake Mannin; Fries II.
David Allen; Gabbard, Dalton Ernest: Harrell Jr, Ronald Eugene; Hams, Kelsey Renee; Jackson.
Dalton Boyd; Johnson, Jennifer Irene: Jones, Michael Dillon; Keinath, Richard Layton; Lane. Nlynah
Taylor. Lauramore, William Cole; Melton, Ashley Michelle, Myers Jr. Willie C: Nipper, Dalton Scon.
Phillips, Dustin Colby; Raulerson, Kallie Alexis, Ray, Shawnee; Rowe, Ty William; Ruise, Arkeem
Corteyz. Smallwood, Joshua Nathaniel, Sta\ely. Hunter Neal: Tharpe II, Richard Kingsley; Tillis,
Britany Michelle; Wilkinson, Kyle Glenn
EIGHTH- CLEVENGER, EMILY
Addison, James Daniel Alford, Devin Anthony: Banon. Emily Lynn, Everen Jr, Marthew Scon.
Gibson. Timothy Ryan: Hadley, Kesohntae Tamez, Insh. Billy Joe; Lightsey. Tyler Garren; Liings-
ton, Harli Alexandra; Lovery. Cason Bren, Mcinamay, Joseph Henry, Nipper. Kelton Gage; Parker,
Kelsey Ettie. Powell. Stephanie Yvette; Powers, Gabnel Stone. Richerson, Chnslopher Lee, Ruise,
Marquis Traselle; Sla), Jessica Ann, Smith, Brooke Nicole, Sparkman, James Daniel; Stafford, Cody
Shane, Thompson. Ganett Weston. Waters. Dallas Shayne
EIGHTH- COMBS, LINDA G.
Alford. Caleb Garren ; Bennen, Caroline Rose: Burke. Jerem) Chnristopher. Dasis, Tiffany Irene;
Dorsev. Thomas Eugene. Farnesi, Rachel Mane, Higginbotham. Chelsea Brooke; Knabb. Savannah
Jade, Manning. Shaylah Cierra, Roberts. Dalton Jeffrey, Smith. William Cote:; Tay lor, Ryan Wesley.
Walker, Staria Mae
EIGHTH- DAVIS. BETH
Bennen. Jason Randall Braddock, Danielle Nicole, Brandey, Brian Michael, Caner, Rebecca Dani-
elle. Clouse, Stormn Lanai; Cooper, Jaime Richelle-m; Dugger. Sarah Michelle. Gnffis. Garren Ja-
son: Gnffis. Klayton Paul, Guillory, Ryan Chnstophe, Hale, Ashley Nicole, Hurd, Kendall Clayion,
Kellum. Cod) Wayne; Kinghom. Enca Nichole, Kirkland. Enn Elizabeth, Lovet, Joshua Dylan.
NMangiatico, Ray Adam; Mathews. Daniel Dewayne. Mercer. Corey Scott. NMeNers. Bryan Augustus,
Mowry; Jackson Lee; Young. Collin Kent
EIGHTH- DOWLING, ETHEL
Barton, Kayla Brooke ; Barton, Tabitha Elaine. Caner, Kasie Latae; Griffis. Joshua Dalton. Harne.
Kimberly Kathenne, Jackson. Reuben David, Mccray, Corey Jaleel; Paige, Shanmell; Pnngle. Marthew
Ira, Ruinse. Adrian Lorenzo; Stuhr, Ashley Elizabeth, Townsend. Knsun Brooke. Wilkerson. Danielle
SIXTH- FINLEY, CAROL
Ball, Kristina Elizabeth Bench. Crystal Nicole; Brewer. Kerr) Lynn, Clayton. Rondesia MNIlan;
Corbin. Joshua David; Dminns, Aaron Patrick, Ervin, Jonathan Curtis. Ford. Isaac Charmane: Gar-
cia. Didier Ponce, Green, Shawn Douglas; Hutson, Cody AlMan; James. Enc Michael; Jones, Kenya
Ades)a. Lee, Favion Alto: Mcmahan, Chrinstopher Darren; Perez-hinson. Matthew Nelson: Rosier,
Heather Mane, Ruise. Brandon Alexander. Strickland, Dylan Fain: Sullihan. Tabitha Ann. Wilson,
SEVENTH- FINLEY, DONNA
Akins. Kels) Charnelle, Barefoot. Julie Ann. Branch, Ryan Alan, Brooks Jr. Larry Lee; Daniels. Ron-
ald Kase), Dixon, Kellie Rashell; Hams, Desiree Nicole; Harney, Thomas James; Holmes, Chantelle
Breanne, Lee Jr, Damon Lashay; Lee, Tierra Momque, New mans. Korey Dustin, Small. Sheila Bni-
tany, Smith, Bnan Allen; Wilson, Broneshia Latrice
SEVENTH- FREY, MELODY
Baker, Jessica Sadiqua ; Crain. Ashleigh Amberlyn. Crew s. Kelsey Randa, Fisher, Richard Dale; Fog-
arts II. Sean Patrick, Griffin. Adam Chase; Griffis Vi, Sam Buster: Hudson, Taylor Quanlona, John-
son. Kelsee Deanne. King. Austen Michelle. Lester, Alayna May. Lofus. Core) Mathew, Ray. Chey-
enne, Renninger, Elizabeth Anne; Shay, Jesse Adam; Simpson, Charles Everen. Singleton Ii. Kendrick
Bernard, Thomas, Angela Faye; Thompson, Manan Marguente, Thornton, Grant Chnstan, Tnppen.
Hannah Jo. Tuten, Brandon Micheal; Votava, Katelyn Ann; White, Taminusha Darcina. Willey, Joshua
SEVENTH- GIDDENS, MARTHA ANN
Branch, Kailyn Danielle Cart, Nicholas Jay; Clark, Candace Kay; Cole, Brandon Dane. Combs, Gar-
rett Alan, Corrmn, Kayla Renee, Davis, Sarah Elisabeth. Dukeman, Nicholas Adam; Givens Jr. Terry
Wayne, Harvey, Austyn Daniel, Hughes.Tanner Riley; Jackson. Sarah Lanrissa, Miller. Marissa Emily.
Moore. Chelsea Olivia, Moquin, Patrick Andrew, Parrish, Chelsee Elizabeth. Pnriven. Kay)tlin Joanne;
Sapp, Bnttani Reneigh. Sirk. Thomas Edward. Smith. Brandon James; Stevens, Hayden Douglas,
Truluck. Taylor Ann. Washburn, William Tucker
SIXTH- GILSON, SARAH
Carner. Chelsea Ann Cauley. Johnathan Ronald. Combs. Wesley Scon. Crew-, Aaron \,,ant, Crews,
Whitley Elizabeth, Dempsey. Andrea Deshala, Gatlin, Gamson Tyler, Greer. Bethany Kaidlyn; Hol-
land, Kayla Christine; Jacobs, John George: Jordan, James Calvin; Lee, Kadjh: Mills. Blake Dil-
lon; Neal, Lillian Kennedy; Parker Ill, Dwight Delano; Phagan, Tyler Russell, Roberts, Lauren Julia;
Shope, Maunce Alan; Theophile, Tiffany Leann
SIXTH- HALL, ERIN
Behm, Ashleigh Nicole Blow, Danielle Michelle; Brookins, James Charles; Brown, Joshalyn Shey-
enne; Cooper, Isis Lavoi; Craig, Corey Leonard, Dugger, Bntany Nicole; Givens, MariahAriel; Hil-
ton, Crysta Anne; Johnson, Samantha Lee; Lafaso. Ashley Nicole; Lee, Falon Omar;,Lilly, Daniel
Austin; Long. David James; Norman, Devin Nikole: Rhoden, Mercedes Renee; Rogers, Devinne
Renee: Simmons, Alexander Brenden, Standberry. Dimitn De'%ante-r; Stamn. Keifer Jay; Steven, Jay-
son Dean: Stoulamiure Jr, Erick; Thorntmion, Shawn Tyler; Wheeler. Ashle) Nicole, Williams, Craylon
SIXTH- HARRELL, PAM
Bond, Jessica Alanna, Bookout. Dustn Tenence: Branch. Aleu Kd, Buhler. Steven Hans; Burkhardt
li, Scon Anthony, Chnste. Ashlei Breanna, Da\is, Jessica Hope. Dinkins. Casey Hunter; Fernandez,
Bnanna Racheal, Gerace, Dylan Kyle: Hay, Randall Scontt: Hester, Corey Lee; Johnson. Shane Chns-
tophe; Jones, Taylor Brooke, Mallen. Luc Anthony, Namwises, Brinanny Nichole, Padgen, Timo-
thy W. Potts. Rachael Renee; Scott, Manhew Shayne, Stew an, Travis Dale, Taylor. Chandler Gage.
Thames. Andrew Paul
MIXED GRADES- HARVEY, SANDI
Bellovich, Ryan Michael ; Bennett, Brooklyn Suzanne. Crews, Christian Michael; Frey, Nicholas.
Wade; Griffs, Lily Brooke; Jones, Savanna Paige, Mobley. Nicholas Adam; Morris, Kaylee Ann;
Pressley, Johnathon Lane; Staggers, Melissa Virginia; Whitehead, Sarah Rose; Williams;April Mozell;
Yarborough. Jordyn Faye
MIXED GRADES HEMBREE, DAHLON
Blackburn, David Ethan; Gray, Bnanna Channell. Harvey, Whitnie Shyann; Mosley, Letrey Ronald;
Rosier Jr. Donald Franklin; Williams, Adam Do Ile; Williams, Jaden Lakennedy
EIGHTH- HODGES, AMANDA
Anderson, Oliver Jacob ; Bell, Kristn Louise. Brounice, Ashley Nicolle; Carpenter, Davidedward
Dakota, Cauley, Kelsey Jane; Cole, Kyle Matthew, Gainme, Delaney Knstine; Goshorn, Kaylin Dawn;
Herb, Jessica Diane; Knight, Elijah Grey, Richardson, Jessica Danielle; Smith, Charles Brandt; Star-
ling Jr, Ellis Arthur
EIGHTH- HOOD, MELODY
Albritton, Lateria Cora ; Brooks, Aaron Keith& Burnsed, Kayla Michelle; Conner, Cortney Michele;
Duffey-finkle, Lisa Michelle; Dupuy, Jessica Lynn; Greene, Shelby Lyn; Harris, Ashley Diane; Jack-
son, James Troy; Johnson, Edward Henry; Keen, William Edward; Morris, Matthew Paul; Noblitt
Jr, Steve Allen; Roberson, Jennifer Nicole; Samnpley,.Chelsey Michelle; Smith, Keith Allen; Smith,
Kristopher Wayne; Wheeler, William Ray; Wight, Mitchell Aaron; Yarborough, Kasey Lauren; Yonn,
EIGHTH- JOHNS, CHEVONELL
Ahrens, Thomas David ; Bussey, Sam Thomas; Dyer, Robert Anthony; Kirkland, Haley Brooke;
Overstreet, Tyler Joseph; Raulerson Jr, Hampton Dushayne; Reed, Shakirra Demitri; Ruise, Nicole
Lashaw; Rumsey, Kevin Neal; Taylor, Jacob Brandon
SIXTH- KENNEDY, RICHARD
art Ii, Jimmie Brian; Taylor, Hagan Lynnette; Wilson Ii. Jesse Monroe, Wonen, Adam Mhchael
EIGHTH- KIrTRELL, JESSICA
Antoine, Amber Laqueshia ; Apromollo, Christopher Alexand; Bennett, Christopher Robert; Booth,
Stephen Mitchell; Cannon, Quinci Miranda; Combs Jr,. Kevin Ray; Cremeans, Adriann Darling; Di-
perna, Brendan Ronald; Fletcher, Seth Dalton; Frazier, Charles Edward; Givens, Tymachee Jordea;
Harden, Maegan Elizabeth; Hollings, Janay, Tyleisa; Koenig, William Isaac; Lee, Kierra Monea;
May, Daniel Edward; Mccalvin, Brandi Jo; Parker,
Beverly Jacara; Peterson, Brittani Danielle; Rus- B
sell, Matthew Tyler; Shumate, Laura Beth; Waters, E
SEVENTH- KRAMER, JAMES A. -
Alford, Zachary Cole ; Baldwyn, Halley Marie;
Bares, Marcus Lee; Barton, Kimberly Michelle;
Benton, Kelsey Nicole; Charron, Christina Renae;
Collett, Stephanie Nakesha; Collingwood, Rachel
Michelle; Combs, Dalton Scott; Cooler, Allie
Nichl1e; Fernandez, Darius Oliver; Franks, Erin
Ellise; Fritz Jr, Jeffrey Alan; Henderson, Cedrick
Devon; Howard, Tonia Danielle; Hupman, Jacob
Jitendra; Nguyen, Diana Trang; Paulson, Victoria
Elizabeth; Pittman, Julie Michelle; Ruise, Jasmine
Blonzella; Russell, Kasey Capri; Sands, Jena Vic-
toria; Short, Tilena Stephanie; Stoddard Jr, Mark
EIGHTH- LONG, MELISSA
Andrews, Caitlyn Nicole ; Baker III, William Mat-
tin; Combs, Alicia Dianne; Crews, Chelsea Brooke;
Crummey, Kari Liana; Elrod, Austin Ryan; Finley,
Blane Carver; Gueltzow, Ashley Nichole; Hand,
Jordan Lee; Hartley, Taylor Olivia; Helms, Ellie
Amelia. James, Kara Nicole, King. Daniel Joseph.
Martin. Nlaise" Danielle, MNiller, Charles Cory, Pe-
terson, Angelo Daniel
Raulerson, Ashley Lynn; Sasse, Phillip Scott;
Sodek, Chad Austin; Steven, Austen Nickolis;
Taylor, Jordan Blayne; Thick, Ashleigh Victoria;
Tubbs, Morgan Raye; Wheeler, Leah Ruth
SIXTH- MAHON, ANTHONY SHAWN
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259-1973 28 E. Macclenny Ave.
Anadil, Nchaela Page Berry, Patrick Ray: Black. Kirby Dean; Calken. Cody Anthony: Duncan,
Mayath Lashae; Gifford. Bobby Dylan; Gould, David Enc-nolan, Gregory Jr. Stephen Richard. Har-
ris. Colby Keith; Hayes 11I. Thomas Russell, Holland, Dean Ray, Lange. Alexis Lee. Lew is. Amberly
Brooke, Mcintosh, Cody Bnar. Miracle, Christopher Lee. Moorman. Le'lee Mane. Rayburn, Tres-
ion Jarrel; Roddenberry. Tera Lynn; Solomayor, Alexandra; Spradley, Trasis Lee; Williams, Cordaryl
SEVENTH- MANNING, JUDITH
Barber. Baylee Chnsuna; Brown, Barry Foster; Chisholm, Cindy Dean. Gaskins Jr. Bobby Rydell,
Lewis. Katie Abra; Lower). Jeremy Walter; Mack. Dawn Lacalla: Melton h. Joseph Edward. Murphy,
Samuel Allen; Pendleton, Tyler Blake; Rice, Lauren Elizabeth; Rogers. Philip Michael. Wilds. Casey
Dale: Williams, Branden Chnslophe; Williams, Mark Stephen
SIXTH -MCCASKILL, BARBARA
Brannan Iv, Robert Charles, Burnham, Knstian Damelle; Chisholm, Victoria Lynne, Clarkson, Wil-
liam Seth; Crawford, Megan Elise; Crews, Bethanie Christine; Crurmmey, Kone Ellen: Davis. Bron-
son Lee, Dopson. Haley Lauren; England. Lacey Marie; Haller, Dusun Paul. Harrell. Sarah Rhoden,
-hgginbotham. Budget Nichole; Lyons Jr, Emil Clayton. Mckendree, Reagan Alexis, Nipper. Baleigh
Nikelle; Raulerson, Corlis; Raulerson, Robert Marshall; Richardson. Shiloh Miranda: Rodgers, Caleb
James; Smith, Autumn Kaylee, Stafford. Kaylan Michelle; Stephens, Madison Gray: Tane, Caban
Wallace; Wagstaff, Allison Brooke, Whinton. Cheyanne Rebekah
MIXED MCCLENDON, WILLIAM
Allen. Amber Leanne, Beach. Tyler Spencer; Chambers, Jacob Martin. Combs Jr, Daniel Leslie;
Crawford, Brandon Craig, Crews. Brittany Sue. Cumpston. Parnck Kelly, Dinkins, Amanda Pearl;
Eye. Thomas Edward, Harris. Alexandria Nicole
Howell. Kailan Bree; Hurst. Willis Scon
Miller, Juson Wade
Moms. Zachary Wayne: Palmer, Hailey Lynn. Peterson, Dustin Shane: Rhoden. Jessica Lynn; Shaft-
ner. Aaron Ray, Smith, Sara Louise; Starling, Hannah Lauren. Taylor, Hunter James
SIXTH MCCULLOUGH, CAROLYN
Caner, Damous Devon; Carter. Haley Elizabeth. Clardy Jr. Garrett Scon. Daiis. Nlarkas Carlton, Dol-
by, Richard Tyler. Even. Brenton Scottn. Hartsfield. Dillion Walton. Holland. Mhtchell Royce: Jones,
Jorden Thomas, Kerns, Stephanie Michelle; Nettles Jr. John Ernest: Sansoucte. Loniue Ruben. Smith
Jr, Bnan Carl, Taylor. Courtney Gail, Taylor, Joseph Allen. Vincent. Brooke Wenona
SEVENTH- MCDUFFIE. GEORGE
Beck, Apryl-jo. Boykin, Joseph Bruce. Brown. Joslyn Fretonza. Cales. Michael Willard, Care), Mat-
thew David, Conner, Rebecca Lynn: Cordova, Daniel Alexander. Dugger, Windell Blame: Duran.
Shirley Aida: Fraze. Cathenne Eileen. Giaens. Kelton Asery. Green, Johaious Lorenza. Gnriffis. Sk)e
Wayne:; -cks. Cameron Nelson; Johnson. Chealsy Nichole. Kindig, Ka)la Mana. Kirkland, Jack
Esan. Lauramore. Kaytin Dian; Mccarry. K)le Alexander, Momrns. Kamerori Blade, Nelson Jr. James
Lathaers. Pressle)y. Christen Hayley. Pnichard. Taylor Morgan. Rayburn Ii. Lance Edward. Reeves,
Cody Brandon, Smart. Samantha Renee, Sullian. Hunter Reid: Waw zy nsln Keano Lee
SIXTH- MEISTER. KEVIN
Blue. Kase\ Cheyenne: Brow n, Bnan Rashard: Carroll. Caleb T, Cloer. Bradley Tyler. Collins. Zach-
ary Tyler. Combs, Samantha Gasle. Crabrree. Jessica Taylor. Dotson. Garren William. Ddal. Kamala
Mane: Golden. Kimberly Marlene; Head, Laken Nicole: Henderson. Bnanna Arneice. Hines. Emily
Breeanna, Jenkins. Stesen Daniel. Johnson, Monica Malynn; Lightses. Peyton Andrew. Mccullough.
Kyle Franklin: Miracle. Kaidmn Alexandra; Paige. Marquis Antw an. Payne. Tnstan Lee. Rhoden. Tay-
lor Sierra, Ty)son, Tara Lynn
SIXTH- MITCHELL, MERRY
Ackerman. Dollon Daniel. Bell. Morgan Dianne: Bndenbaker. Bnianna Nichol. Bumene. Amanda
Lynn: Cannon. Nlichaela Crstal. Crews. Joshua Garren. Crews. SidneN Brigham. Dana. Brianna
Louise, Dixson. Yoshika Maranda, Foerman. lichalah Allison. Ford. Dornesha Shantell. Holmes.
Kaylyn Deanthony: Kirksey, Dareshia Ashanite'. Lepeak. Shawn Michael: Mcdol'.ell. Tres Edward.
Morgan. Brandyn Taylor; Morgan, Esther Elizabeth. Nlouzin. Cry tal. Nash. Jarred Daiid. Padgen.
Cases Emory. Street. Jarrod Michael. Summe), William Dwight. \Wallace Jr. \Wndell Brenard. West-
berry. Dylan Dwight. Wheeler. Jacob Way ne
SEVENTH- MOBLEY, JONATHAN
Aldous. James Ryan: Bennett. David Michael, Bennen. Tyler Scott. Branch. Robert Ahmaad, Bran-
nen. Lanssa Nicolle: Burns. Grant Campbell, Burnsed. John Dillon. Cannon. Elizabeth Anne. Combs.
Brooke Ashliain, Cooley In. Ray Charles. Crew s, Eric Chandler. Farr, Daniel Anthony, Ferst. Joshua
Lee: Freeman. Cods Dustin. Green, Tyrona Nicole: Hall, Christian Bryan. Haney. Denca Alabama.
Hinson, K)le Brandon, Jacobs. Jennifer Megan; Lauramore. Kyle Allen. Lee. Jared Cason. Little.
Kevin Scott. Mcnun Jr, John Dewayne: Momson. Kler James, Powell. Lauren Ashles. Raulerson.
Clinton Ray; Reed. Jan NlMeechtell; Repoich, Sabnna Ann. Rhoden. Ro.ce Nhchael. Roe, Jlames
Austin. Taylor. Michael Ra). Westerwelle. Samantha. Whlute, Brinnany Nicole. Wiggins, Ryan Dillion.
Williamson. Kyle Philip
SIXTH- MOBLEY. LISA
Baxter Jr, Johnny William. Brookens. Sarah Ranee Chambers. Rachel L)nn Hanks. Hunter Ray .
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BAKER COUNTY SCHOOL ENROLLMENTS
(Middle school continued from page 7)
Hart, Mary Christine; Johnson, William Cameron; Lamb, Johnathan William; Mkelvey, James Daulton; Meadows, Emily Elissabeth; North, Jolmathan Taylor; Oakes. NMand) Renee. Paige. Shaunce
Demashiana. Posell. Megan Nicole. Raile). Jordan Lee, Roberts. Jacqueline Mars. Sapp. Levi Garrett; Sparks, SummerLeigh; Sweat, JamesTimothy; Taylor. Brooke Jeanene, Tainlor. Chase Dakota. Ta3 lor,
Morrissa De\onne; Whisman, Nathan Robert. Yaccanno, Stephanie Michelle. Zanolik, Ashley Marie
SIXTH- NICOLOSI. JENNIFER
Addison, Bethan) Linn, Akins Jr. Hidies Tyrone, Blue. Spencer Lee; Brantley. Amanda Ka), Carter, Matthiew Robert; Conner li, Mitchell Alan; Crawford, Tricia Mane; Davis, Cathenne Alice, Jones. Rodne)
Shuantez; Mickens, Tihryn De'andrae; Miller, Carrisa Raschell; Reddel, Ashley Marie; Richardson, Jennifer Denise; Starling, Michael Joshua; Stivender, Krisn Brooke, %V Icox. Shannon Lee
SIXTH- PARKER, JOAN
Boykin,LidaMarie; Broughman, EmmaaReana; Brown, KelKvin Joshua. Crews. Hale) Brookl nn. Da is. Laurel Elizabeth, Demko, Daniel J.; Guillory,JustinTler; Harve). Nlagen Deanna, Hurst. D)lan Lee.
Kincheloe, Stephanie R; Lane, Skyler Keith;- I Maccalla. Alien James, Mccann. Karleigh Scan. Nlcmahan. Amanda Ann Muitchel, LandonLavance; Neidermeier, atmanheA Aaron: Roach. Halee Ann.
Roberts, Kenneth William; Taylor, Christina Rae; Weddle. Bnrtney Chnsune. Weeks 1%. William Henry. Wilkerson. Markie D)an.
EIGHTH- RHODEN, ANGELA
Barber, Jordan Eric; Burnsed, Macy Leann; Campbell, Justin Quincey. Casileberr, Apnril Renee, Chri siansen, Thomas Michael; Crasen. Jordan Le\i. Cra % ford, Blake Andre &. D.nkjns, James Colb%. Edge.
Tiffany Dale; Holder, Ariel Mane, Long. Daniel Mark, Mccullough, Ta)rum Ali; O'neal. Melissa Sue. Ponder, Carlton Ra)shawn, Pregoni. Nicholas Alexander, Surrenc), Dorian Tamez, Ssords. Brand)
SIXCTH- RHODEN, TARA
Burnsed, James Daniel; Conger, Dalton Kyle; Corbett, Stephen Lyman. Crews, Charlone Ann; Hams, Britney Louise: Kjncheloe. Rebecca N, Mann. Dillon Garren. Manning, David Lemar: Manning. Karlie
Nakea; Martino, Ceirra Elizabeth; Mcdowell, Dana Nicole; Mcnun. Heather Jo), Mercer. Ashle. Nicole; Nail, Stephanie Renee; Orberg. T)ler Chance. 0).nlo)e. Rachel Ovinloluw a. Ploucher, Enca Kell,.,
Roberts, AnraN Rashaad, Sundy, Autumn Nicole, Sweene). Cory James. Turner. Talmadge Trent. \elborn, Brit-.an A.nn. Wilcox. Jasmine Laiesha. Wilkerson. Ethan Zacker), EIGHTH- RICHARDSON,
JENNIFER : .
Adams. Rick b er, Blue. Hanna Renee, Gaskinrs. Rasen Rickandra. Hembree, Breanna Rose. Henderson. James Thomas. Huno. Dasid Etheridge. Kerce. Ashlyn Elizabeth. Mccullough. Saige Cee'aira, Nor-
man. Chase Anthony; Norman. Jamie Lee. Paige, Deson Jamaal. Patterson. Chrisnna Mane; Poole. Jessica Suzanne; Poole. Samantha Rae. Rh.rnehardt. Rebecca Leigh. Richardson. Came Ali;sa. Smith.
Tamara Teonna; Sorrells, Rachael Suzanne, Stuhr, Anndrea Marie. Thompson, Zachary Stevtan, Thornton. Haylie Kr,snne. Trac). Ashley Danielle. Wilkerson. Christopher Jacob. SEVENTH- RICHER-
Cantrell. Marthew Dalton, Finle), Faith Nicole; Mccann. Ta)Iler Allison; McduJfie. Morgan Alse. Michilich. Briarina Ka Norns, Roben hMchael, Ra)y BnnanN Autumn. Ruise. Chelsey Alhcia; Spencer,
Zackern Michael. Trawick, Leslie Cara, Waldron. Kale. Starr. Waters, Kayse Deanne. Weaver. Rush Jonathan; Whide\. Dylan Charlesw'
SIXTH- ROUNDTREE, TIFFANY
Banks. Joenathan Ocativus: Bellamy Jr, Moses Charles. Brown, Devante Raheem, Cason. Michelle Nicole, Chad%% ick. James Harold: Constanza. Christina Shirleys; Crew s. Ermil) Sharron: Darbie. Jacob Lee.
Dasis. Starlia Jeanmane, Dixon, Anel Colleen, Eddins. Justin Robert, Graham. Megan Nicole. Holland Jr. Kels in D% a. ne. Hollings. Jacqueline Lelaya. Jones. T) ra Latoya. Kighi. Austin Gage. Lawler. Core)
Scottn; Lee, Malik Khalil, Major, Larry: M)ers, Chnstna Bernice. Paige Jr, Lans Dale. Reneau, TNler Alston. Thompson In. Curti. William4. Marquise Rashad
EIGHTH- SCHUTT, VALERIE.
Bain. Enka Nichele. Burnsed Jr. Michael Leo. Dais. Jessica Rashell. Gnriis, Kayla MNane. Holland. Michael Justin. Hutchinslii, Thomas Ed% ard, Lipruck. Amber Denise. Martin. Ashlee Shanelle. Robin-
son. Annionene Lashay. Sellers, Daniel Blake. Sigers, Elizabeth Louise: Starling. Andrew Caleb. Stenart. Rachel Rae: Tassell, Amber Michelle. Tenmnson, Calab De.n, Tubberville, Am) Mane. Waddell.
Chnrstopher Allen; Wesiberr. Danielle Rose
Adkins. Talor Leeanne: Baker. Dasid Larry: Baldwyn, Tyler Shaun. Crew s, Cod) Register. Cres s. James Dillon. Hill. Ioshua Lamar. Hutchins. Zackery7-
Michael. Kosier. Marthes, Stephen, Lightsey-thointon. Suezanne Ga, Moore. Colin Da% d. Morales. Garrett Austn. Odom, Tanlor Anne, Pass. Anna Lee.
Perkins. Latondnra Riann, Richardson. Amber Lynn. Richardson, Benny T)ler, Richardson. Christopher Adam. Sapp. Jusnn Scotkyle, Sellers, Christopher
Bryce. Ta lor. Britney Rae. Thomas, Chnstopher Cod)
SWVEAT, `IERRILEE to briefparents
Bennett, Abigail Teme, Hams, Dalton Ray, Harney, Trenton Craig, Johnson. Darry) Edward; Jones; Taylor Glenn, Jusnce, Stanle, Michael. Kingbird.
Alexander Darcy; Lancaster. Cod) Lee, Lauramore. Case) James; Mcderrmart, Mitchell Sean
Pettorelli, Anthony Domnick. Raulerson lii. Edward Ray; Rayburn, Joshua James, Ruise Jr, PhillipNoms. Simmons. Hope Marie; Smith, Brandon Lee; (FrOm page 1)
SStoneberger, Victoria Lynn; Wonen. Anna Mane p .
EIGHTH- TANNER, LYNN .. OUt.
Behm, Heather Chnristine: Bennet. Crystal Nichole. Byrd.Annmane Taylor. Case. Crystal Lynn, Combs. Destaru Taryne. Crartford. Seth Andre,; Cre. Staff parking is being relocated
Cod) Leighton. Fish. Lindsey Enn, Harmon. Shakena T Hams, Mlichaelann, Hogan, Dekimby Alexander, Johnson, Fabian Lee, Lee. Tenysha Ken)ata: Staff parking is being relocated
Luffman, Anel Bnanne. Maran. Julia Ann. Stuhr. Trenton Donaan. Wesiberry. Nicole. Wheaton. Jusun Thomas. \Wooduard. Nathan Aliah to free up spaces near the PreK
SEVENTH- rBA Center for the public.
Alford, Lacie Lyinn; Bach, Stephaue Michelle, Blanks, Marthew TNler. Boldry. Elizabeth Mane. Braddy, Tiffany Fae. Buettgen, Joseph Kyle, Cohen. Ms. Raulerson recognizes that
Dillon James. Davenport. Brandon James. Drury. Lindsay Danae. Flores Jr, Mark Anthon Gaskins. Roland Xaiter. G.\ens. Niesha Sharnell: Harsne.
Megan Bnanne, Hauge. Chnsnna Mane. Hutchins. Larry Carlionk Johnson. Cale Garten, Keen. Joseph Dakota. Kenned.. Joseph Kody. Martin. Chns- when a child attends PreK for the
topher Wendell. Merren. James Dylan. Mobley.Tyler Shane, Phoebus. Dylan R. Pnven Jr, William Michael. Ra)sor. Ti-ann Saffer. Ruise. Takenya Felice. first time, there may be some sepa-
Smullen. .lames Edmin, Sione, Bradley Wade. Thomas. Diedra Shan.a. VaLkins. Amber L\nn ratin anxiety for aren't and child.
EIGHTH- TBER, MNEAGHAN. ration a n xiety paren
Altman. Jarred Reais, Baker. Maurice Deshawne. Cra%&ford. Viciona Clarice. Crews, Chnsiopher Conen, Dobbs. Tiffany Nicole. Halle. Jeisica Rene. Parents usually desire to walk the
Jordan. Chnristopher Earl. Marsh.Ashion Timoth), Merrert, Ta)ler Manon; Norton, William Tler; Paige. Djauon Deontme. Parker, Peyton Noelle, Qunon. child in and spend a little time get-
Dallas Micheal. Reeves. Danan Gray. Scheilding Jr. Robert Joseph; Smith. Auson Lee. Southard. Caleb Andrew Williams. Ntichael K)ie the child settled
MIXED GRADES VINZANT. PATRICIA ing the child settled.
Banon. Jonathan James. Burns. Rikei\a Labreasha. Gadsb\. Savanah Kathenne. Owens Jr, Frank Andres \hinehead. KimberilAgee. Forest Michael. Traffic rules and parking for
Albino. Joseph Medeiros. Browning. Sumer Renee. Busse). Mason Ray. Gamne. Luke Asbur). Gibson. Sarah Ashley.. Gr ens. Nlarlaina Nicole. H. sler. those first few days of school w ill
Alisyn Harley. Jackson. Cheyenne R. Jeffres. Kayla Sierra, Whitehead. KimberlyJohns. Pamela Ka.. Mann. Heather Renee. Markham. James Luke. Me-
comas. Enca Dawn; Midyene. Austn Eugene: Morton. Co ntlua Starr. Rafuse. Ashleigh E, RaleN. Whime.\ Eden Rauleison Jr. Judstin Reed. Raulerson. be somewhat relaxed to allow par-
Logan Alssa; Sikes Jr, Jimmn) Duane, Smith. Caitlyn Shelby; Williams, BrandiAnderson, Chestina Brooke. Bays. Chance Wade. Bennett. Megan Nl- ents and children to acclimate. Par-
chelle. Brandi, Travis Edward. Burns. Deborah Jean. Buicher. Colton Douglas: Cermk. Frank Richard. Conner Jr. Richard James. Dietz. Robert Joseph:
Drady. Jerry Delon, Jackson. Autumn Lee; Johns. Matnhew Deea) ne, Johnson. Benjamiun Hubert. Lepeak Jr. John MaNthew. Long. Kassidy April. Niller. cents will then be required to follow
Justin Mlonroe, NMlton. John Wyatt. Ploucher, Alisha Renea, Preston, Robert Ausnngag; Sawyer. Manhew William. Tanner. Heather Brieanna; Thompson.' the pre-set arrival schedule, traffic
Chelsea Bnana. Thompson, Taylor Nicole: Wages. Krisina Rachelle, Williams, ByronelleBennen. Marcus WVaylon, Blue. Yasmine Nanettae, Bovman. ow and arkin idelines
M) ke-quia Jeanerta, Braddock, Amber Renee; Brov n, Clanssa Sharline; Dopson. Hannah Nicole. Drasd). Kathryn Danielle; Esans. Dawn Mlaree. Esans,d parking guidelines.
Leon Joseph, Farrell. Jessica Lynn; Hadley, Berry Vonmce; Hadle), Malone Lamont, Henderson. Chnristopher J ; Lauramore, Brianna NMegan, Lipmck, After about a month or so. Ms.
Kimberly Ann; Nevill, Logan Jean; Rhoden, Cleara L; Robins, James Alexander, Ther. Tanq Elhadi, Washington, Altua Kellie; Wolfe. Ashley Elizabeth, Raulerson hopes to schedule a par-
Wood. James. Garrett. Williams, CathyCarns. Randall Jay, Combs, Rebekah Enn. Dasis. Dusnn Bradley. Esans. Allison Mane, Folsom lii, Bill) Charles: .
Gibbs. Emilys Ann, Hodgson. James Alexander; Hutcheson. Kathr)n Elizabeth. Johnson. Nathan Kyle. Lambert. Jeffrey lMichael. Mcdowell, Troy Dwayne, ent meeting in the evening to invite
Nipper. Marcus Alexander. Pietrosski Jr, Jeremy Shea; Rambo. Melissa Joanne. Sapp. Chase Tyler feedback about how the new system
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Jerry Dolison, 56,
dies on July 16th
Jerry Donald Dolison, 56, of
Sanderson died on Sunday, July.16,
2006 at Shands Jacksonville fol-
lowing a brief illness.
Mr. Dolison was born June, 29,
1950 in Philadelphia. Pa. to the late
Percy Luckey and Ida Mae Dolison.:
He was employed by Ray's Nursery,
in Sanderson. .:
He is survived by his loving wife.
Rosa of Sanderson; daughters Tonya
(Charles) Dixon, Shereese (Narsier)
Gregory and Syreeta Barrs, all of
Philadelphia: sons Jerry. Jr.. Derrick
Bing. Troy Bing and1 Shandel
(Tonya) Barrs, all of Philadelphia:
brothers Michael Dolison of
Sanderson, Robert (Eleanor)
and Anthony Dolison, both of
Philadelphia; adopted brothers Eric
Peailman and Dwayne Monroe,
both of Jacksonville; mother-in-law
Theresa Chandler of Sanderson and
father-in-law Willie James Barkley
of Dublin. Ga.; numerous grand-
children. aunts, uncles, nieces,
nephews and a host of friends and
extended family members.
The funeral service was held
on Saturday. July 22 at 1:00 pm at
Faith Bible Church in Sanderson
with Pastor Videll Williams and
Bishop Ernest Folston. Jr. presid-
ing. Interment was in Quitman
Cemetery in Sanderson. Cooper
Funeral Home in Lake City was in
charge of arrangements.
Joe Nolan, 83,
dies on July 18th
Joe C. Nolan, 83, of the Clay
Hill area near Middleburg. Fla..
died Tuesday, July 18. in the Baptist
Medical Center in Jacksonville fol-
lowing a brief illness. Mr. Nolan
was born near Middleburg and
resided in the Clay Hill area all of
his life. He was the son of the late
Robert Nolan and Hattie Mosley
Nolan and was self-employed in
the timber and pulp\wood industry
for many years. He was a mem-
ber of the First Baptist Church of
Survivors include daughter Lana
(William) Mclnamay of Clay Hill:
son Joey (Sylvia) Nolan of Clay
Hill; four grandchildren and seven
A funeral service was held at
11:00 am Friday. July 21. in the
First Baptist Church of Maxville
and Pastor Mike Hamm officiated.
Interment followed in Long Branch
Cemetery in Clay County. Funeral
arrangements are under the care of
Guerry Funeral Home, Macclenny.
Glen Hill Primitive Baptist Church
Elder Arnold Johns
Sunday Services Starting 10:30 am
Wednesday Bible Study 6:30 pm
For information call: 259-9567
WetieslayNigit ...,. 73 m .j
Funeral held for
Clyde Watson, 65
Clyde Richard Watson, 65,.
of Brvceville, died Wednesday,
July 19, 2006. He was born in
Lauringburg, North Carolina on
October 27, 1940. He was prede-
ceased by his wife of 47 years Rose
Marie "Honey" Watson.
S Terry (Lynn)
ters Anita (Bo)
a and Pam
;li- Watson; broth-
A. : 3 (Shelly) Watson
AMr. Iason Watson, sisters
Flowers, Kitty (Jim) Jenson. Linda
Perkins. Lois (Ron) Stratton, Betty
Siebold and Edie Alexander: grand-
children Amanda. Ashley. Nichole,
Kelsey. Tracy. (Jonathon). Jeremy
(Charleeni. Brittany and Nikki and
great-grandchildren Shane and
A funeral service was held
at 11:00 am. Saturday. July 22 at
Temple Baptist Church and Pastor
Bob Galentine officiated.
Pallbearers include John Hodges.
Earl Driver. Robert Hunter. Mike
Raulerson. Jeremy Whittemore and
Tim Flowers. Interment followed in
Oak Grove Cemetery in Macclenny.
V. Todd Ferriera Funeral Services
was in charge of all arrangements.
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born in England
Dorothy Arme White, 85, of
Glen St. Mary died at h ome on
Tuesday, July 18, 2006. She was
Sbom May 17,
1921 in Tut-
and moved to
Glen in 1999
was a member
of the Glen
i s. hn oe storytelling
birds. She was predeceased bi her
husband, Milton L. White.
She is survived by children Mar-
ian (Bobby) Giddens of Sharps-
burg. Ga., Barbara Brackett of
Forest Park. Ga.. Margaret (Jim)
PArrish of Douglasville, Ga., Rose
(Thomas) Going of Glen, Julie
(Kip) Torjusen of Jacksonville and
John (Sharon) Dubee of Atlanta;
sister Margaret Adams of Alston-
field, England; 17 grandchildren
and 19 great-grandchildren.
Ms. White's funeral service was
held at 11:00 am on Friday. June
21 in the chapel of Ferreira Funeral
Services in Macclenny with Pastor
Franklin Griffis officiating. Inter-
ment followed at Riverside Memo-
rial Park in Jacksonville.
Sunday School 9:00 am
Sunday Service 10:00 am
Sun. Morning Worship .... II am
Sun. Evening Worship .... 6 pm
Wed. Eve. Bible Study..... 7 pm
Pastor Bob Cuhristmas
Q First United "
93 N. 5th St., Macclenny 259-3551
Sunday School: 10:00 am
Sunday Worship: 11:00 am
Sunday Youth: 6:00 pm
Wednesday Dinner: 5:45 pm
Wednesday Worship: 6:15 pmn
P John L. Hay, Jr., Pastor
Exceptional Praise & Worship Come be a
Warm, Friendly Folks part
A Sunday School Your Children wil love! is doing!
Sunday @9:45 a.m. & 6:00 p.m., / Wednesdays (1 7:00 p.m.
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
65, dies July 23rd
Elisha "Satch" Wilkerson Jr., 76,
of Macclenny died on 'Sunday, July
23, 2006. He was born February
16, 1930 in- Macclenny to the late
6 El isha and
-* AVertice Varnes
and lived in
*_ Baker County
all his life. Mr.
a member of
11:e nahm d J s
was a member
ir. ilkerson of DaLwkins
#60 of Nacclerny and an honorary
member of other lodges.
SAffectionatelyknown as "Papa
Satch," Mr. Wilkerson was the
owner and operator of Satch's
Auto Parts. He enjoyed fishing.
camping, and traveling. Survivors
include his loving wife of 55 years.
Janette MN. Wilkerson: children
Jimmy Wlkerson (Dorothy). Sissie
Crews i Neil), Peggy Newmans
(James), Shirley Padgett (Buster),
all of Macclenny and Freddie Lewis
(Chrissy) of Oklahoma; thirteen
grandchildren and 23 great-grand-
A funeral service \as held at
11:00 am on July 26. at New\ Hope
New Congregational Methodist
Church and Pastor J.C. Lauramore
officiated. Interment followed in Oak
Grove Cemetery with Masonic rites.
Pallbearers include Stan Harvev.
Tom Adams, Larry Scott. Buddy
Barton. Herb Hicks. and Don Ball.
Honorary pallbearers include
Judy Harris, Margie MNlann. Linda
(Sister) Sands. Vi\vian Crews. Wanda
Prevatt and Sue Giles. V. Todd
Ferriera Funeral Services was in
charge of all arrangements.
CR 127 N., Sanderson, FL
Sunday School 10:00 dm
Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm
Wed. Evening Prayer Serv. 7:30 pm
Pastor: Oral E. Lyons
New Hope for the Community
Five Churches Road
Hwy. 127 Sanderson, FL
Sunday School 9-45 a.m.
SundayMorningWorship 11:00 a.m.
Wed. Night Bible Study 7:00 p.m.
Every 41 Sunday Night Service 7:00p.m.
First Baptist Church
j GLEN ST. MARY, FLORIDA'
Sunday School 9:45 AM Sunday Morning Worship 11 AM
Sunday Evening Worship 6 PM
1 "e Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 PM
0L "A Beacon
| to Baker
David Thomas 259-
l, ,. Co
Perry. Hays, Associate Pastor
I Michael D. Schatz, Associate Pastor
Independent Pentecostal Church
Seventh St. & Ohio Ave., Macclenny
Sunday School 10:00
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00
Sunday Evening Worship 6:00
Wednesday Night Service 7:00
Radio WJXR 92.1 Sunday 9:15
Common Ground Sunday
Common Ground Wed. (Teens)
God Kids Sunday
God Kids Wednesday
Regnal Morgan Wilson, 76, of
Macclenny died on Friday. July 21,
2006. She was born May 10, 1930
inBlackshear, Ga. to the late James
e iWilson moved
to Bak er
County in 1981'
York. She is
as. U lson include her
James Williams: children Beverly
Ann Nicholson (Terry) of West
Virginia, Sharon Denise Sanchez
(Jesus) of Parfin. New Jersey: broth-
er J.R. NMorgan of Blackshear. Ga.;
We would like to take this op-
portunity to thank each and every-
one for all acts of kindness show n
towards us in the illness and pass-
ing of our dear loved one. We want
you to kno\ that we appreciate all
that %\as said and done to console
us. Special thanks to Pastor Viddell
Williams, Faith Bible Church. Bish-
op Ernest Folston. Jr.. the Crusaders
for Christ Church family, the staff
of Cooper Funeral Home. Kenneth
Paige, Sr.. Sandy Ruise, and Wil-
THE F.%mLv OF
JERRY DONALD DOLISON
sisters Leona Dixon of Waycross,
Ga. and Jewel Weaver of Kentucky;
grandchildren Danielle Sanchez,
Daneena Young and Teresa
Nicholson and many nieces and
A funeral service was held
July 24. in the chapel of V. Todd
Ferriera Funeral Services with
Pastor Tommy Anderson officiat-
ing. Interment followed at South
Mt. Zion N.C.
121 North 259-4461
Pastor Bobby Grifin
Sunday School 10:00 am
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm
Wednesday Prayer Service 7:00 pm
For God so loved the world, that he
gave his only begotten Son, that
whosoever believelh in him should
not perish, but have everlasting life.
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
Rev Albert Starling Home: 259-3982 Church: 259-6521
23-A to Lauramore Rd. & Fairgrounds Rd.
23-A to Lauramore Rd. & Fairgrounds Rd.
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Services 6:00 pm
Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting 7:00 pm
Pastor J. C. Lauramore Welcomes All
Fifilt St. & 259-6931
e.. ". Pastor:l
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,licrlennv 1-- t r N c Y Paul Hale
Sunday School 9:. am Wednesdav Bible Stud v 7:00 pm
Sunday Morning Worship 10:15 am Thursday, ,
S, -nda 9. : / dneThursday Boutb 7:00 pm
Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm
Special Blessings School Readiness Center 251-8160
THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday July 27, 2006 Page 10
Wed July 19
Sonny and Renee Staier of
Sanderson are proud to announce
the wedding of their son Tim to
Kristal Henkel, the daughter of
Larry and Diane Henkel of Long
Island, New York.
The couple were married Sunday,
July 19, 2006 at 3:00 pm at the
Lighthouse Tabernacle Church of
God on Long Island, NY.
Tim is a full-time evangelist in
the Church of God and Kristal will
join him in the ministry. After hon-
eN mooning in Cancun, Mexico, the
couple will reside in Macclenny.
Family and friends are welcome
to a wedding shower/reception
for the happy couple on Saturday,
July 29 at 5:00 pm at the New Life
Church of God Fellowship Hall on
Hwy 121 North in Macclenny.
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J,ls-ii tiid .-Vdre iI
Becky Rhynehardt is proud to
announce the birth of her neph-
ew" Gavin Mitchell Gainey on July
2, 2006 at St. Vincent's Medical
Center. He \weighed eight pounds
three ounces and \was 20" long.
Proud parents are Crystal
Rhynehardt and Dairon Gainey of
Bryceville. Grandparents are Steve
and Brenda Rhynehardt of.Glen
St. Mary and Mitchell and Sharon
Gainey of Bryceville.
Sabrirna Thrift is pleased to0 announce the
birth of their son. Tucker Lone Thrift was
born on June 11, 2006 4ighing' lbs.
and 6 oz. and was 19 3/4 in. long. Proud
grandparents .include Joey and Bebe
Thrift of Macdenny, Phil and Teri Davis
of Hilliard and Judy and Sport Stephens
or Vera Beach.
Great-grandparents include Willa Mae
Thrift, Pete and Wayne Alford of Mac-
denny, Betty Jo Davis, Joyce and Ceene
McKendree of Yulee and Dorothy
Collins of Jacksonville.
IS TURNING 30!
We love you, Austin & Kids
July 17 wedding
Kevin and Nancy Crews, and
Tim and Vanessa Colvin, all of
Macclenny, are pleased to announce
the marriage of their children,
Jessica and Andrew.
The wedding ceremony took
place July 17 at Neptune Beach.
The couple honeymooned in the.
mountains of Tennessee and will
live in West Palm Beach.
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Thank you doesn't seem like
strong enough words to express
'how grateful we are for all the love
and support we have been shown
though this very difficult time:in
our lives. To each and every person,
who has been by our side, called,
prepared food, sent cards or flowers,
and to everyone who has prayed for
us, please know your acts of kind-
ness have been appreciated and will
never be forgotten.
: Please continue your pra\ ers for
us. To Joey Dobson, thank you for
being there with David and for tak-
ing care of us. You are not only our
Sheriff but our friend and David
was proud to call you his friend. To
David and Timmy Thomas, your
words must have been directly from
God. because they were perfect.
We are so glad you are only (in
your own words) a couple of coun-
try preachers, it was exactly whitt
David would have wanted, because
he was just a country boy himself.
To the Jacksonville Sheriff's
Office, you support has been over-
wvhelming. David would have been
so proud of the brotherhood that
he belonged to. To e' en one along
the roadside procession, we were
touched and honored to see so many
people stop what they" % ere doing
and take time to pay respect.
.'Blessed are the Peacemakers,
for they shall be called children of'
God." Matthew 5:9
THE FAMILY OF DAVID MOBLEY,
P.AtT. GARRET ,NDU StRuHI MOBE1.
SHANNON DND BRAND IOBLE'.
ELVIE AND DARRELL MOBLEY,
VIRGIL AND PAT CRI %'S
'The monthly meeting of the Baker
County Cancer Support Group will
be on Tuesday, August 1 at 7:00 pm
in the meeting room of the Baker
County Health Department.
All cancer patients, survivors,
their families and caregivers are
urgedto attend the meetings. If you
want to know more about the group,
please call Mag McGauley at 259-
Adult Education and GED
preparation classes will resume in
August. Day classes in Macclenny
will -reopen on Thursday, August 3.
Regular classes are held Monday
through Friday 9:00 am to 1:00
pm at the Family Service, Center at
Keller Intermediate School. Adult
education instructor is Cheryl Ward.
.Evening classes, in Glen St..
Mary will reopen Tuesday, August
1; Regular classes are offered
Tuesday and Thursdays at the
Baker County High School, in
room 529 from 6:30 pm tO 9:00 pm.
Teresa Greene, Angie Hinson and
Judie Johnson are the adult educa-
Evening classes in Sanderson will
reopen Thursda\. August 3. Regular
classes are held on.Monday and
Thursday, at Sanderson Christian
Center on CR 229 (Exit 327 off 1-10
and south 5 miles). Adult education
instructor DuWayne Bridges.
SRegistration for the August
GED Tests will be held at 6:30
pm on August 15 at the Baker
County Middle School cafeteria in
Niacclenny. The GED Tests will be,
given August 21-23. The test fee
is $50. Adults enrolled in class for
a minimum of 12 hours may test
for $40 with a signed waiver from
a Baker Count\ adult education
teacher. For additional informa-
tion about test registration, contact
Nancy Cain at 259-0403
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Stylist Tony a Godwin is now
scheduling new clients.
Call for an appointment.
Styles by Susie is located on US 90 in Glen St. Ma
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Appreciates kindness during sorrow
The family of Raymond Dopson
would like to express our sincere
gratitude to our family and friends
for their visits, prayers, flowers,
cards and food during our loss.
A special thanks to Pastors,
Johnny Raulerson and Eddie Griffis
for the beautiful services; Eddie
Griffis, Tonda Griffis and Theresa
Yarborough for the beautiful music;
and Raiford Road Church for all
the of the food and for dinner at the
church after the services. Thanks
also to Bill Guerry and his staff for
their kindness and support, and to
Sheriff Joey Dopson and his staff
for the funeral procession.
Also, we would like to publicly
thank our active pallbearers John
Kirkland, Scott Kirkland, Reece
Crews, Joey Crews, Richard Mann,
Chris Mann, and our honorary pall-
bearers Ray Barton, Earnest Long,
Jerry Rhoden, Cletus Hinkle and
Above all, we would like to thank
the Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ
for His love, grace, and mercy.
GOD BLESS You ALL,
NADINE, ROSEMARY AND MARTY, TERESA
AND RICKY, DANIELLE MADISON
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Complete Bath, De-flea & Groom ....... $20-$25
Bath, De-flea & Nails Clip .........$10-$15
Boarding (per actual day) .... . ....... $5-$7
RENTALS OR SALES
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Iron Filters and-Conditioners
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Family Owned &
Mon, Wed. Thurs, Fri & Sat 10 am 5:30 pm
Sun. 1 5:30 pm CLOSED TUESDAY
Baker County Touchdown Club Youth
Every Saturday in July ,/
8:00 am 1.2:00 pm ,-
August 1st and 3rd 'r
Saturday, August 5
8:00 am NOON
All Sign-ups are at Mlemorial Field behind
the BP station on Hwv. 90.
Fee $45 Copy of Birlh Certificate and prool of insurance
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On May 6, 2006 Ms. 'Quincy
Anne Griffis graduated from the
University of Florida with a bach-
elor of science degree, in microbiol-
ogy and cell science and a minor in
health science education. She has
'been accepted into the University
of Florida, College of Medicine, for
the fall semester to pursue, a medi-
Quincy Anne is a 2002 gradu-
ate of Baker County High School
and 2004 graduate of Lake City
Community College. She is the
daughter of Dean and Gail Griffis
Monday & Thursday 8:00 pm
Macclenny Church of Christ
5th and Minnesota
275-3617 or 259-8257
Air Force. Staff Sgt. Heather
Bassett is stationed in the Persian
Gulf area as a member of the 379th
Air Expeditionary Wing based in
Her unit provides support for the
Air Force fueling and aerial fueling
operations. She is a lodging service
representative and has been in the
military five years.
Sgt. Bassett is the daughter
of Raymond E. Hendricks Jr. of
Macclenny and Victoria Barnes of
Davis to perform
Gentleman Josie Davis in con-
cert Sunday, July 30th at 10:30 am
at the New, Beginning Community
Church. 380 N. Lo%%der St. Every-
one is welcome to attend.
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PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
PNirsuant to an application submitted by John and Stephanie
Wingard to be granted a Special Use Permit to Section 3.05.25
E. F. of the Baker County Land Development Regulations on
property located on Pete Johnson Road, south of Macclenny
Fl.. off of CR 228, for the purpose of allowing two (2) hors-
es on a 1.51 acre parcel. The Baker County Land Planning
Agency will consider the request at a public hearing sched-
uled for Auggust 10. 2006. at 7:00 p.m. or as soon thereafter as
possible. in the County Commissioners Chambers of the-,
Administration Building. 55 North Third Street, Macclenny,
FL. On the date above-mentioned, all interested parties may
appear and be heard with respect to the Special Use Permit
request. Written comments for or against the Special Use
Permit may be sent to the Baker' County Planning and
Zoning Department, 81 North Third Street, Macclenny, FL.
32063. Faxed comments may be sent to (904) 259-5057.
Copies of the Special Use request may be inspected in the
Planning and Zoning Department by any member of the
public. According to the Americans with Disabilities Act,
persoris needing a special accommodations or an interpreter to
participate in this proceeding should contact the
Administration Department at (904) 259-5123 at least 48 hours
prior to the time of the hearing.
Nita D. Crawford, Supervisor of Elections
THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday July 27, 2006 Page 11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NO.. 02-2006-CA-
City of Macclenny
Invitation to Bid
The City of Macclenny, Baker County, has request-
ed sealed bids Irom Florida Licensed Surveyors to
furnish a topographical design survey with a digital
terrain model snowing underground utilities in or-
der for a design team to redesign street parking,
sidewalks, landscaping & drainage for an approxi-
mate six block area in downtown Macclenny. The
area is north ol me southerly right of way of the
railroad to the center line of Shuey Street and 200
feer east of Fourth Street to the westerly right of
way of Sixth Sireet.
Deadline of receiving sealed bids is August 7,
2006. at 9.00 am Conlact Roger Yarbrough at
904-259-0968, City Hall, lor additional information.
The City of Macclenny reserves the right to accept
or reject any or all bids and to waive any inlormail-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR BAKER
CASE NO, 02-2006-CA-0089
JIMMY D. GALLUPS AND
JUDITH A. GALLUPS, HIS WIFE,
J.C. WILLIAMS AND CARRIE WILLIAMS HIS
WIFE, NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
AND ALL UNKNOWN GRANTEES, CREDIT.
TORS AND ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING BY.
THROUGH. UNDER OR AGAINST THEM. AND
IF DEAD. THEIR UNKNOWN SPOUSES, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, CREDITORS, AND ALL
OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UN-
DER OR AGAINST THEM; AND ALL UNKNOWN
GRANTEES, CREDITORS, AND ALL OTHER
PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER
OR AGAINST THEM, AND IF DEAD, OR NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE, THEIR SEV-
ERAL AND RESPECTIVE ESTATES, UNKNOWN
SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES AND
CREDITORS, OR OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST THOSE
UNKNOWN NATURAL PERSONS, AND THE
SEVERAL AND RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN AS-
SIGNS. SUCCESSORS IN INTEREST, TRUST.
EES. CREDITORS, LIENORS OR ANY OTHER
PARTY CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST ANY CORPORATION, EXISTING
OR DISSOLVED, OR OTHER LEGAL ENTITY
NAMED AS DEFENDANT, AND ALL CLAIMANTS.
PERSONS OF PARTIES. NATURAL OR COR-
PORATE, OR WHOSE EXACT LEGAL STATUS
IS UNKNOWN, CLAIMING UNDER ANY OF THE
ABOVE NAMED OR DESCRIBED DEFENDANTS
OR PARTIES, OR CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY
RIGHT TITLE OR INTEREST IN AND TO THE
LANDS HERE-AFTER DESCRIBED,
NOTICE OF ACTION
To: J.C. Williams, deceased
Carrie Williams, deceased
You are Notified that an Action to Quiet Title
on the following property in Baker County. Florida:
Part of Section 26 and 35 of Township 2
South, Range 20 East, Baker County, Florida,
being more particularly described as follows:
Commence at the Northwest corner of NE 1/4 of
NW 1/4 of Section 35, Township 2 South, Range.
20 East. Baker County, Florida, thence run N
88'43'48" E along the North line of said Section
35, a distance of 385.53 feet to the East line of
lands described in O.R. Book 17, page 69 and the
Point of Beginning. Thence N 0041'26" W, 198.76
feet to a concrete monument, LS 4708 on the
South right of way line of County Road No. 124 (an
80.00 foot wide public right of way as now estab-
lisned) thence N 63-52'16" E., along said South
right ol way line. 16.27 feet to a concrete monu-
ment marking the Northwest corner of lands de-
scribed in O.R Book 81. page 521 of said Official
Records thence S 00'38'52" E. along said West
line, 205.60 feet to the aforementioned North line
of Section 35 and being the Point of Beginning of
said lands described in O.R. Book 81, page 521;
thence continue S 10038'52" E., along said West
line, a distance of 804.94 feet to a concrete monu-
ment on the bank of a creek; thence continue S
0038'52" E., 5 feet, more or less to the centerline
of the creek; thence run Westerly along the center-
line of the creek 14.02 feet, more or less, to a line
bearing S 00*41'26" E., from the Point of 'Begin-
ning; thence N 0041'26" W., along the East line of
O.R. Book 17, page 69 a distance of 10 feet, more
or,less, to a 5/8" iron rod, LS 4708, on the North
bank of the creek; thence continue N 0041'26" W.,
801.12 feet to the Point of Beginning. Containing
0.33 acres more or less.
has been filed against you and you are required to
serve a copy of your.written defenses, if any, to it
on Frank E. Maloney, Jr., P.A., Attorney, whose ad-
dress is 445 East Macclenny Avenue, Macclenny,
Florida 32063; (904)259-3155, within thirty (30)
days after the first publication of the notice and on
or before the 14th day of August, 2006, and to file
the original 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 relieve demanded in
the Complaint or Petition.
Witness my hand and seal of this Court
on the 13th day of July, 2006.
T.A. "Al" Fraser
Clerk of Court
By: Jamie Crews
AMERICA'S BEST STORAGE
305 East Florida Ave.
Macclenny, Florida 32063
America's Best Storage of Macclenny will con-
duct a public sale to the highest bidder for cash
only on their premises at 305 East Florida Ave.,
Macclenny, FL 32063, on Saturday, July 29th at
10:00 am on the following units. The company
reserves the right to reject any bid and withdraw
any items from the sale.
Unit #33 Tina Shannon
Unit #99, Lisa & James Smullen
IN RE: GENE HARVEY
as TAX COLLECTOR OF
BAKER COUNTY. FLORIDA
AMENDED NqTICE OF ACTION
TO. DELINQUENT TAXPAYER RECEIVING
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Petition
for Validation of Tax Warrants issued for unpaid
2004. Baker County Personal Property Taxes has
been filed by Gene Harvey, Baker County Tax
Collector, in which you are named as a party for
nonpayment of 2004 Personal Property Taxes
as assessed against you. Upon ratification and
confirmation of the petition b Ithe Court, the Tax
Collector shall be auitorized to issue a lax war-
rant against you, and levy upon. seize and sell so
much of your personal property as necessary to
satisfy tne delinquent taxes, plus costs interest,
attorney's tees and other charges.
YOU WILL BE DISMISSED AS A PAR-
TY TO THIS ACTION WITHOUT ANY COURT
APPEARANCE BY YOU IF YOU PAY SAID DE-
LINQUENT TAXES OWED BY YOU AND COSTS
TO THE TAX COLLECTOR AT, 32 NORTH 5TH
ST., MACCLENNY, FLORIDA 32063. PRIOR TO
THE FINAL HEARING SCHEDULED IN THIS
You are further notified that a Final Hear-
ing will be held in this mater on tne 24th day ot
August, 2006, at the Baker Counry Courthouse
in Macclenny, Baker County Florida, at 11:30 am
before the Honorable Pnyllis M Rosier, Circuit
Judge, at which time you or your attorney may
present your objections, i< any, to issuance of the
Tax Warrant against you. The amount of the as-
sessment or amount of taxes levied have been
paid or not.
A copy of the Pention filed herein may be ob-
tained at the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
In Macclenny, Baker County, Florida upon request.
Wilness my hand and seal of this Court on this
14 day of July, 2006.
LIST OF DEFENDANTS
1 Amerincom Network, Inc
2. Connie's Kitchen
3. Faith Texturing & Coating, Inc. .
4. Fibersteam Carpet Cleaning
5. Interstate Brands Corp
6. Thomas Edwin Long
7 James J.Rowe
8. Rafuse Land Development
9. Asuncion Crow
As CLERK OF COURT
BY Katie Kennedy
City Of Macclenny
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BID
PROJECT: Ci;y of Macclenny
Roadway Paving Improvements
Baker County, Florida
City. of Macclenny
Macclenny City Hall
118 E. Macclenny Ave
Macclenny, FL 32063
Darabi and Associates. Inc.
730 NE Waldo Road. Building A
Gainesville, Flonrida 32641
Telephone 1352) 376-6533
1.0 WORK DESCRIPTION
The Project is located at various locations through-
out the City of Macclenny.
The Work is generally described as furnishing
all labor, materials, equipment, tools, transporta-
tion, services, and incidentals and performing all
work necessary to provide the Owner with road-
way paving improvements throughout the City qf
Macclenny. The roadway improvements include
resurfacing approximately 17,400 I.f. of roadway,
reclamation of approximately 4,000 I.f. of roadway,
and 'constructing approximately 550 lf. of road-
way.,The project Includes associated surveying,
testing, pavement striping, sodding and seeding,
and maintenance of traffic.
All work shall be in accordance with the construc-
tion drawings, specifications, and contract docu-
2.0 RECEIPT OF BIDS
Bidding and contract documents may be exam-
ined at the Macclenny City Hall.
Copies of the documents may be obtained at
Engineer's office for $250.00 dollars per set; which
constitutes the cost for reproduction and handling.
Checks shall be payable to Engineer. Payment is
Bids shall be completed on the enclosed Bid
Form as set forth in the Instructions to Bidders
and otherwise be in compliance with the Bidding
Documents. Sealed bidswill be received at the
Macclenny City Hall, 118 E. Macclenny Ave.,
Macclenny, Florida 32063 until 2:00 P.M. (local
time) on August 11, 2006, at which time and place
all bids will be opened. Any Bids received after
the specified time and date will not be considered.
For further information or clarification, contact Mr.
Don Lee at (352) 377-5821.
City Of Macclenny
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BID
PROJECT: City of Macclenny
Polable Water Storage Tank
OWNER. City of Macclenny
118 E Macclenny Avenue
Macclenny. FL 32063-2195
ENGINEER: Darabi and Associates, Inc.
730 NE Waldo Road
Gainesville, Florida 32641
Telephone- (352) 376-6533
1 0 WORK DESCRIPTION
The Protect is the Onio Street 100.000-gallon
elevated water storage tank, the Ohio Street
360.000 gallon waler ground storage lank. and
the Macclenny Products Road 100.000-gallon
elevated water storage tank
The work is generally described as rehabilitation
of one ground storage and two elevated potable
water storage tanks The work on each individual
tank is as follows
Ohio Street Tank 100 000-gallon
Replacement of roof hatch, root vent 2
calhodic protection plates
S Repair ol tignt
Pressure washing of tank extenor
Painting of tank exterior and tank interior
S Installation of antenna stand
S Installation of Lad-Guard shield
Removal of interior spider assembly
Installation ot01 safety cable on rool ladder
Removal ot target board
Ohio Street Ground Storage Tank 360 000-gallon
Macclenny Products Road Elevated Tank
Painling oI lank exterior
Inslallation or vent
*' Repair ot tight .
All work shall be in accordance with the specifica-
tions and contract documents.
2.0 RECEIPT OF BIDS
Bidding and contract documents may be exam-
ined at 118 E Macclenny Ave, Macclenny. Florida
Copies of the documents may be obtained at
Engineer's office for $250 per set- which con-
stitutes the cost for reproduction and handling.
Checks shall be payable to Engineer Payment is
Bids shall be'completed on the enclosed Bid
Form as set Iorth in the Instructions to Bidders
and otherwise be in compliance with the Bidding
Documents: Sealed bids will be received at the
Macclenny City Hall, 118 E Macclenny Ave ,
Macclenny, Florida, until 2:00 P.u (local time on
August 9. 2006, at which time and place all bids
will be opened and read aloud Any Bids received
after the specified time and date will not be con-
For further information or clarification, con-
tact Ms Rachel Conn at the Engineer's office.
730 NE Waldo Road. Gainesville, Florida 32641
(352)377-5821 Questions shall be submitted in
writing to the Engineer by July 25. 2006
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
BAKER COUNTY. FLORIDA
FILE NO 02-2006- CP-0029
IN RE: ESTATE OF
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate of FLOR-
ENCE SINCLAIR. deceased. File Number 02-
2006-CP-0029. is pending in the Probate Court.
Baker County, Florida, the address of which is
339 East Macclenny Avenue, Macclenny. Florida
The names and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTI-
All persons on whom this notice is served,
who have objections that challenge the valid-
ity of the will, the qualificantions of the personal
representative, venue, or jurisdiction ol this court
are required to file their objections with this court
within the later of three months after the dale of
the first publication of this notice or thirty days
after the date of service of a copy of this notice
All creditors of the decedent, and other per-
sons having claims or demands against dece-
dent's'estate on whom a copy of this notice is
served within three months after the date of the
first publication of this notice, must file their claim
with this court within the later of three months
after the date of the first publication of this notice
or thirty days after the date of service of a copy of
this notice on them.
All other creditors of the decedent and persons
having claims or demands against the decedent's
estate must file their claims with this court within
three months after the date of the first publication
of this notice.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this notice is
JULY 27, 2006.
Frank E. Maloney, Jr., Esquire
Attorney for personal representative:
445 E. Macclenny Ave.
Macclenny, FL 32063
Florida Bar No.: 142990
716-8769 cel e o 259-3366
Mike Ossmann, Home Inspection Specialist
STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS
NOTICE OF INTENT TO FIND THE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS
ADOPTED BY ORDINANCE NOS. 2005-21.
2005-50, 2005-52, 2006-17, 2006-18 AND 2006-
IN COMPLIANCE AND THE COMPREHEN-
SIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS ADOPTED BY ORDI-
NANCE NO. 2005-19 NOT IN COMPLIANCE
DOCKET NO 06-l-NOI-0201-(A)fN)
The Department gives notice o0 its intent to
find the Amenaments to the Comprehensive Plan
lor Baker Counly, adopted by Ordinance No
2005-19. on April 17, 2006, Not In Compliance
and Ordinance Nos 2005-21 2005-50. 2005-52,
2006-17, 2006-18 and 2006-19 on April 17, 2006
In Compliance, pursuant to Sections 163-3184
163.3187 and 163.3189, FS
The adopted Baker County Comprehensive
Plan Amendments, the Department's Objections.
Recommendations and Comments Report lif anyl.
and the Department's Stalement of Intent to lind
the Comprehensive Plan Amendments Not in
Compliance will be available for public inspection
Monday through Friday except lor legal holidays,
during normal business hours Baker Counry Plan.
ning & Zoning Department, 81 North 3rd Street
Macclenny Florida 32063
Any affected person. as declined in Section
163 3184. F.S.. has a right Ic petition tor an
administrative nearing tocriallenge ihe proposed
agency determination thai Ire Amendments to trie
Baker County Comprehensive Plan are in Com-
pliance. as defined in Subsection 163 3184(1)1
F.S The petition must be filed within twenty-one
(21) days after publication ol this notice, a copy
must be mailed or delivered to the local govern-
ment and must include all ol the information and
contents described in Unilorm Rule 28-106 201
F.A.C The petition mus be filed with The Agency
Clerk, Department ol Communitly Affairs, 2555
Shumard Oak Boulevard. Taldahassee, Florida
32399-2100 Failure to timely file a petition shall
constitute a waiver of any right to request an
administrative proceeding as an-petitioner under
Sections 120.569 and 120.57, F.S. If a petition is
filed, the purpose of the administrative hearing will
be to present evidence and testimony and forward
a recommended order to the Department. If no
petition is filed, this Notice of Intent shall become
final agency action.
This Notice of Intent and the Statement of
Intent for those amendments found Not In Compli-
ance will be forwarded by petition to the Division
of Administrative Hearings (DOAh-) of the Depart-
ment of Management Services for the scheduling
of an Administrative Hearing pursuant to Sections
120.569 and 120.57, F.S. The purpose of the
administrative hearing will be to present evidence
and testimony on the noncompliance issues al-
leged by the Department in its Objections, Recom-
mendations and Comments Report and Statement
of Intent in order to secure a recommended order
for forwarding to the Administrative Commission
Affected persons may petition to intervene in
either proceeding referenced above. A petition
for intervention must be filed at least twenty (20)
days before the final hearing and must include
all of the information and contents described in
Uniform Rule 28-106.205, F.A.C. Pursuant to Sec-
tion 163.3184(10), F.S., no new issues may be
alleged as a reason to find a plan amendment not
in compliance in a petition to intervene filed more'
than twenty one (21) days after publication of
this notice unless the petitioner establishes good
cause for not alleging such new issues within the
twenty one (21) days after publication of this no-
tice unless the petitioner establishes good cause
for not alleging such new issues within the twenty
one (21) days time period. The petition for inter-
vention shall be filed at DOAH, 1230 Apalachee
Parkway, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3060, and
a copy of mailed or delivered to the local govern-
ment and the Department. Failure to petition to
intervene within the allowed time frame consti-
tutes a-waiver of any right such a person has to
request a hearing pursuant to Sections 120.569
and 120.57, F.S., or to participate in the adminis-
After an administrative hearing petition is time-
ly filed, mediation is available pursuant to Subsec-
tion 163-3189(3)(a), F.S., to any affected person
who is made a party to the proceeding by filing
that request with the administrative law judge as-
signed by the Division of Administrative Hearings.
The choice of mediation shall not affect a party's
right to an administrative hearing.
Valerie J. Hubbard, AICP Director
Division of .Community Planning
Department of Community Affairs
2555 Shumard Oak Boulevard
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2100
CITY OF MACCLENNY
INVITATION TO BID
The City of Macclenny solicits written proposals
to ail insurance companies authorized to offer
group employer paid life and health insurance
plans. Proposals are expected Irom only linan-
cially sound insurers, authorized to do business
All organizations are to provide a written request
lor information and complete a Vendor Request
Form as provided by our consultant Written re-
quests are to be submitted to. O&A Insurance
Services via email or tax Wendy@Owenservices.
corn or 904-287-5625.
Formal written proposals will be accepted through
August 10, 2006.
BAKER COUNTY BOARD OF
INVITATION TO BID
The Baker County Board ot County Commis-
sioners solicits wrinen proposals to all insurance
companies authorized to offer group employer
paid life and health insurance plans Proposals
are expected from only financially sound insurers
authorized to do business in Florida
Al organizations are to provide a written request
for information and complete a Vendor Request
Form as provided by our consultant Written re-
quests are to be submn-ied to: O&A Insurance
Services via email or tax. Wendy@'Owenservices
com or 904-287-5625
Formal written proposals will be accepted through,
August 10., 2006.
HIGGINBOTHAM'S TOWING & RECOVERY
P 0. BOX 1120. US 90 WEST
GLEN ST MARY, FL 32040-1120
Phone (904) 259-4375 FAX (9041 259-6146
The following vehicles will be sold at public
auction August 11, 2006. at 10.00 am. at Higgin-
botham's Towing & Recovery. US 90 West Glen
St Mary, FL. 32040.
1988 Pontiac 4 door
1993 Ford 2 door
ID#1 FAPP6240PH 149362
2005 Dodge 4 door
THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday July 27, 2006 Page 12
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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-
FLORIDA INCOME ELIGIBILITY GUIDELINES
FOR' FREE AND REDUCED PRICE MEALS
Effective from August 1, 2006 to June 30, 2007
FREE MEAL SCALE
Household size Annually Monthly Bi-Monthly Bi-Weekly Weekly
1 12,740 1,062 531 490 245
2 17,160 1,430 715 660 330
3 21,580 1,799 900 830 415
4 26,000 2,167 1,084 1,000 500
5 30,420 2,535 1,268 1,170 585
6 34,840 2,904 1,452 1,340 670
7 '39,260 3,272 1,636 1,510 755
8 43,680. 3,640, 1,820 1,680 ,840
For each additional.
family member, add +4,420 +369 +185 +170 +85
REDUCED MEAL SCALE
Household size Annually Monthly Bi-Monthly Bi-Weekly Weekly
1 18,130 .1,511 756 698 349
2 24,420 2,035 1,018 940 470
3 30,710 2,560 1,280 1,182 591
4 37,000 3,084 1,542 1,424 .712
5 43.290 3,608 1,804 1,665 833
6 49,580 4,132 2,066 1,907 954
7 55,870 4,656 2,328 2,149 -1,075'
8 62,160 5,180 2,590 2,391 1,196
For each additional
family member, add +6,290 +525 +263 +242 +121
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Children from families %% hose income is at or below the le\ els 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 free or reduced price meals, each child living in your household and
attending a Baker County public school listed on the family3 meal application wouldd be
eligible. If applying for more than one Foster Child (a legal responsibility of a \ welfare
agency or court) in your household, \ ou must complete a separate application for each
Application forms are being sent to all homes iith a letter to parents or guardians.
To apply for free or reduced price meals, households should fill out the application and
retum 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
Services office at (904) 259-4330.
The information provided 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 other program officials.
Households that receive Food Stamps or TANF (Temporary Assistance to Needy
Families) are required to list on the application onhI the children's names in your
household attending a Baker County Public School and their corresponding food stamp
numbers, or TANF case numbers, and written name and signature of adult household
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
(2) names of all household members related or not;
(3) the total gross income received last month and how often 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,
(4) Social Security number of the adult signing the application or check the box
indicating they 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 household member in the military and receive housing al-
lowances as part of the Military Housing Privatization Initiative, should not include
their housing allowance as income. All other allowance must be included in their gross
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 list 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 flee and reduced price meal policy, each school will
review applications and determine temporary eligibility. If a parent or guardian is dis-
satisfied with the ruling of the official, he/she may wish to discuss the decision with the
determining 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 259-4330, or in writing to: Office of the Superintendent, 392 South Blvd. East, Mac-
clenny, 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 allow the children of the household to
become eligible for reduced price meals, or for additional benefits such as free meals, if
the household 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 reduc-
ed 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 or she has been
discriminated against, he/she should write immediately to USDA, Director, Office of
Civil Rights, Room 326-W, Whitten Building, 1400 Independence Avenue SW,
Washington DC 20250-9410 or call (202) 720-5964 (Voice and TDD). USDA is an
equal opportunity provider and employer.
If you have other questions or need help, call (904) 259-4330
Si necesita ayuda, por favor llame al tel6fono: (904) 259-4330
Si vous voudriez d'aide, contactez nous au number: (904) 259-4330
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS
ThursdJy JAy 2 7th, 2006
Finding homeow. ners insurance
By Jared Wilkerson
Real Estate Writer
Some serious trouble is
on the horizon for all proper-,
h The ,cur-
Jared Wilkerson, Realtor re ac h ed
have speculators screaming
that the sky is falling. If it
does, all homeowners in the
state may end up once again
paying assessment fees on
their insurance premiums,
whether they have private or
state run insurance policies.
If you currently own a
home or are in the process of
purchasing one, then you've
probably already formed
some pretty strong opinions
about homeowner's insur-
ance and the companies
that provide it. If any por-
tion of the home's cost was
oris to be financed, there's
just no getting by without
it. Lenders require proof of
it before they'll issue the
money to purchase a prop-
erty, and rightly so. It pro-
tects -their interest when a
home is destroyed and the
owners cannot afford to get
the property back up to a
level at which it adequately
backs the loan.
However, that require-
ment is the first step in a
cycle that has been putting
a strain on Florida's property
owners for some time...and
that cycle is one or two more
big storms from shutting
down completely and taking
most of the state's revenue
reserves with it.
Here's the dilemma: In
1992, Hurricane Andrew
ripped through Dade County
in South Florida and devas-
tated both peoples' lives
and the insurance industry.
With billions of dollars in
damages pouring into claims
ously, the money just wasn't
there and many companies
had to file for government
subsidies as well as simply
dropping numerous policies
in large blocks.
The state of Florida
stepped in with the Florida
Resident Property and
Casualty Joint Underwriting
and the Florida Windstorm
(FWUA) to pick up all of these
dropped policies, which col-
lectively reached a portfolio
peak of just over 1 million
homeowner's policies by the
The Florida Office of
eventually recognized that
regardless of the amount
of premiums coming in, the
likelihood of a major pay-
out on 1 million policies
held by a single entity was
absolutely certain on a long
enough timeline. As such,
they loosened regulations
on private insurers, bring-
ing them back into the state
by allowing them to operate
at more profitable levels in
the way of higher premiums
and less coverage responsi-
bilities. This pulled policies
away from the state and put
them back with conventional
Crisis averted...well, tem-
Then in late 2002, the
Legislature passed a bill
creating at the start of
2003 a company which I'm
sure you've all heard of -
Citizens Property Insurance
Corporation, better known as
just "Citizens". The primary_
need for Citizens was mainly
just to facilitate home buy-
ing for older homes that oth-
erwise didn't qualify under
the strict underwriting of
private insurers. Remember,
the homes couldn't be pur-
chased without insurance.
This time, however, the
state had learned a thing
or two from its dealings
with Citizens' predecessors,
FRPCJUA and FWUA. They
decided to write a law stat-
ing that Citizens had to be
the absolute most expen-
sive homeowner's insurance
provider available, enticing
policy seekers to exhaust all
other avenues before apply-
ing with the state. This effec-
tively marketed Citizens as
the "insurer of last resort."
Little did legislators know
that the criteria for what
constituted the "last resort"
was about to shift.
Citizens was a hot number
initially, picking up tens of
thousands of dropped poli-
cies in its first year. Things
leveled off for a bit near the
end of 2003 and it seemed
that the plan would work
out, well, as planned. Then
in August 2004, Hurricane
Charley hit Charlotte County
(along with hurricanes
Frances, Ivan, and Jean 'in
other areas) and over the
next two months, Citizens
had to take on nearly 56,000
Florida legislators fired
back by placing a morato-.
rium on private insurers to
prevent them from dropping
anymore policies before
November 30th of that year
in an effort to cover hom-
eowners for the rest of the
season. Speculators then
said that once December
1st rolled around, that would
pretty much wrap up private
insurance in the state of
Florida. Once the morato-
rium expired, it pretty much
Since December 2004,
over two dozen major insur-
ers have left the state, leav-
ing three other big players
to pick up the slack State
Farm, Allstate, and Citizens.
And considering the risk
associated with homes in
Florida, you really can't
blame them for leaving.
Wait a second....I take that
Of course you can. They
were more than happy to
collect all those premiums
for years and years. Then
when the storms came, they
all cleared out, taking the
term "fair-weather friend" to
a whole new level. Well, I'm
not writing this to start a
revolution against insurers
so back to the story...
Until July 1", State Farm
was riding high as the num
ber one provider of home
owner's insurance in the
state with 941,000 policies,
Then. Poe Financial Group
dissolved into oblivion at
the end of June., dumping
330,000 policies onto the
state-run program in one
lump. As of today. Citizens
boasts 1.2 million poll
cies (one out of every five
homeowners) and claims
to receive 50,000 applica
tions for new policies every
month. Projections indicate
that Citizens will insure 1.5
million homes by the end of
Wanna know how much
property insurance that
If .every home Citizens
insures was destroyed, that
would be the cost to rebuild,
Now, of course, the likeli
hood of that many homes
being destroyed by catas
trophe is, thankfully, non
existent. But some of them
probably will be, if not this
year, then maybe next. You
have to keep in mind that
these are considered, for
one reason or another, to be
high-risk homes. That's why
the other companies don't
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Finding homeowners insurance
(From Page 1)
How many would it take
to make a dent? What if
just one percent of Citizens'
portfolio meets with disas-
ter? That's nearly $4 billion.
Based on median home
prices along coastal areas,
that's about 7,500 homes.
In a few bad storms, that is
Thanks to last year's
season, Citizens is already
operating at a $1.5 billion
deficit. It has requisitioned
$5 billion in "reserves" for
payouts for 2006 $3 bil-
lion of that is bonded, mean-
ing that it must be repaid if
that portion is used.
So, / any amount of
claims over $2 billion will
be assessed in the form
of premium increases to
policy holders not only for
Citizens' customers, but to,
private insurance carriers'
customers, as well.
Believe it or not, that's
the way the law is written.
So, even if you were read-
ing this thinking, "Well, I'm
sure glad I'm not insured by
them," then I'm sorry to tell
you that it doesn't matter.
You'll still pay for it. And pay
for it not only in the form of
assessments on your own
policy, but also in your state
taxes, which the Florida
Senate voted inr April of
this year to devote between
$750 million to $920 mil-
lion of toward paying off last
year's deficit from Citizens'
Some of you may recall
paying one; .of thesb'.afore-,1
just last year to offset the
2004 losses. It will happen
again this year. The senate
just hasn't decided when
This has Citizens reeling
backward trying to find a
solution to halt their accep-
tance of new policies, which
is tough to do since they are
designed to accept pretty
much everybody. Their latest
attempt came in the form of
a request for their third rate
hike in a year. The last one
was approved at 16.9 per-
cent. This request is for an
increase of 45 percent on
top of the recent increas-
es. It hasn't passed yet as
far as I can tell, but some-
thing along those lines prob-
ably will eventually. Keep in
mind that Citizens is by law
already the most expensive
way to go.
So, what can homeown-.
ers do to try to prevent this
problem from getting any
Not much, unfortunately,
but there are a few things
that may help to slow down
the future growth of this pro-
Purchase a newer home.
Following Hurricane Andrew,
many governments on the
local levels began enforcing
stricter building codes. Then
in 2001, Florida enacted a
statewide code upping the
par for new construction. A
newer home will probably
meet underwriting guide-
lines for private insurance,
which will save you money
over having to go with
Call the insurance com-
pany that handles your car
insurance. Interestingly, with
stricter guidelines for issu-
ance of new policies, some-
times company agents get
a certain allotment of poli-
cies they're allowed to start
up. They have a tendency to
save these policies for exist-
ing customers, rather than
hand them out to new ones.
Ask your real estate
agent or closing coordina-
tor for an insurance refer-
ral. Sometimes insurance
agents couple up with real-
tors to generate new busi-
ness. Take advantage of
Ask your neighbors
who is insuring them.
Underwriting is usually risk-
assessed according to ZIP
code. If they're getting a
good deal through a certain
company, then you probably
Finally, call Citizens.
Although they've done little
to publicize it, Citizens actu-
ally has a referral program
called the Florida Market
Assistance Plan that was
set up solely to aid hom-
eowners to find alternate
insurance plans that best
suit their needs usually for
quite a bit cheaper, too.
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The following land transac-
tions were recorded in. the
Baker County courthouse
July 1-25. Values are de-
rived from documentary
stamps. Many descriptions
are by S(ection) T(ownship)
R(ange). If acreage or .price
are not listed, none were indi-
cated in the documents.
Burnsed, Charles E to
Akel Brothers Inc in 26-2n-
Williams, Terence Robin to
Manncy, Jennifer W in 21-is-
Owen, Laura Barnes to
Walker, Emily Millicent in 29-
Thacker, Carmen M. to
Thacker, Carmen M Trustee in
Daniel, Stanley to Turner,
Barbara Lynn in Lot 26 Pine
Goldsmith, Charles L to
Goldsmith. Linda in 35-2s-
Stout, Richard D to Bryant,
Thomas J Jr in Yarborough
Sportsman Park- Lot 7 Section
C Bk A.$2,400
S Anderson '& Raulerson
Construction Inc to Chance,
Paul H in Semiole Ridge Unit
TwopLot 4 Bk li,$10
Geiger, Marie to Fryer. Scott
C in 20-2s-22e,$10
Starling, Loni W to Starling.
Kristopher D in Town Of
Macclenny Lots 1,2 Bk 6,$0
Thomas, Betty to Rain,
Martha in 8-ls-21e$10
Blackburn, Homer L to
Robinson, Jacqueline M in S7-
Reddington, Roby R to
Tatum, Jessica in S7-3s-
Naugher, Terri Hudnell to,
Naugher, Terri Hudnell in S29-
Canady, Sharon Lee to
Canady, Ronald Jeffrey Ill in
Canady, Ronald Jeffery IIl to
Smith, Harmon Mckinnley in.!
Taylor, Carl A to Burnett,
Andrew M in Karma Estates Pb-.
2 Pg-25 Lot 1,$52,500
MacGlen Builders Inc to;
Peterson, Vernon R in Lot 17,
Padgett, Eli Lto Young, Joanna,
Lohr, John to Deloach, Charles
Phillips, David D to Lawson,.
Clarence David in Lot 111. Old
Spott, Christopher Kellum to
Preglere, Lawrence W in 5-2s-
Crawford, Sadie to Starling,
R L in 32-2s-22e,$50,000
Grimmett, George L to
Rodgers, James G in 1-3s-
First Horizon Home Loan
Corporation to Federal National
Mortgage Association in 18-2s-
Federal National Mortgage
Association to Cain,
Daniel Randolf in 18-2s-
Hines, Tommy L to Hines,
Tommy L in Cannon Heights
Phase I Lot 14,$10
Morales, .Stephanie to
Kazmierczak, Brian D in
Town Of Macclenny Lot 5 Bk
Hastings, Thomas C Jr
to Thomas, James M Jr in
Macclenny li Unit li Lot 6 Bk-
Stephens,. Karen S to
Stephens, Robert A in River
Country Est Lot 10,$10
Gillette, Charles H to Nunley,
Steven R in Turkey Creek Ret
Unit 2Lot 16 Bk 2,$10
Parker, Lillian C to Drew,
Edwin Paul in E R Rhoden Add
Lot 19 Bk 8,$10
Marsh, John H to Marsh,
Diane S in St Marys River Est
Porterfield, Larry A to
Patel, Dinesh T in: Old Nursery
Plantation Lot 21-A,$560,000
Hatcher, Paul 0 to
Yoder, Jeremiah F in 4-1s-
Raley, Christean Moran
to Wayne, David in S33-3s-
Rhoden, Fred K to Potter,
Christine in Town Of Macclenny
Lots 5,6 Bk 68,$185,000
Blanton, Marlene W to
Prevatt, James Larry Jr. in 19-
VSC Investments Inc to.
MacGlen Builders Inc in Copper
Creek Hills Plat Book 2 Page
110-111 Lot 12,$55,000
Smith, Charles S to Childrens
Elite Inc in S29-2s-22e,$10
Markarian, Berge H to North
Florida Land Exchange LLC in
Bridger, Cynthia to Varga,
Bert Jr in 16-2s-21e,$10
Bridger, Cynthia to Dehart,
Frank in 16-2s-21e,$10
Bridger, Cynthia to Craven,
William T ini16-2s-21e.$10
Bridger, Cynthia to Kennedy,
Timothy S in 16-2s-21e.$10
Bridger, Cynthia to Burchell,
Edward S in 16-2s-21e,$10
Kellum, Laurie Ann to Kellum,
Laurie Ann in 18 And 19-3s-
Yarborough Mobile Homes'
Inc to Meadows Commercial
Properties Inc Jn, 5-3s-
22e,$305,000 -- -
Jennings. Deborah C to
Jennrings, Deborah C in S6-2s-
Jennings, Deborah C to
Jennings, Deborah C in S6-2s-
Taylor, Franklin DR to Padgett,
Harry L in 3-ls-20e,$86,000
Davis, Jerry G to Chancey,
Glenn M in 25-2s-20e,$10
Alridge, Marshall to Thomas,
Kirkland, RonnieOto Reneau,
Charles J in Lot 4 Block 36 Town
Of Glen St Mary,$20.000
Chesser, John A to Chesser,
Johns, Marcus W to Johns,
Marcus W in 35-2s-21e,$0
Maronda Homes Inc Of
Florida to Kreutz, Danny W'
in Cypress Pointe Unit 1 Lot
Maronda ,Homes Inc Of
Florida to Hoke, Wayne B in
Cypress Pointe Unit 1 Lot
Evans, Celia to Evans,
Joseph in Forest Park Sub Lot
Lane, McKenndree Bobbie
Jean to Hayes, Theon in 3-1s-
De La Pena, Jose to Kirkland,
Jeff in Town Of Macclenny Lot 1
'Bowen, Ray Dean to' Emery,
John E II in Labeuna Estates
Unit Two Lot 5 Bk 8,$182,000
Duncan, Norris Edward Jr
to Ogden, Lewis H in Owens
Acres Unit Two Lot 11 Bk
Parker, Joshua to Parker,
Lynzi in Jerry W Thomas Sub
Lot 3 Bk 2,$10
/ Doshier, Michael David to
Scott, Mario Louise in Country
Club Est Unit 2 Lot 14 Bk
Rolling Meadows Of
Macclenny LLC to Drees
Homes Of Florida Inc in
Rollings Meadows Lot
Noblitt, Emmitt to Peritone.
Daniel A in 19-3s-21e,$62,900
recorded July 1-25
1995 FORD L8000, GARBAGE
TRUCK. SUBMIT SEALED
BIDS TO BE OPENED 8/8/06.
CITY OF NLMCCLENNiY.
FLORIDA. JUST TAKEN
OUT OF SERVICE. ALL NEW
TIRES. 904-259-0968 DAYS
ZONING VARIANCE NOTICE
Hugh Bentley Rhoden, acting on behalf of
Donnie and Connie Nelson, is
requesting a zoning variance
at 566 Pine Crest Court, Lot 50
Timberlane Subdivision. ,
Any support or objection may be heard
at the Zoning Adjustment Board meeting
to be held at 118 E. Macclenny Ave., on
Monday, August 7, 2006 at 5:00 p.m. at
:,"' Watson Goodwin
S Building &v Zoning.Coordinator,
City of Macclenny
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
Pursuant to an application submitted by Thomas A. Fraser to be
granted a variance to the Homestead Division Section 3.05.24
A of the Baker County Land Development Regulations on the
property located on Fraser Road north of Glen St. Mary off CR
125 in Glen St. Mary, Florida for the purpose of deeding a fam-
ily member a 2.56 acre parcel. The Baker Count) Land Planning
Agency will consider the request at a public hearing scheduled
for August 10, 2006, at 6:01 p.m.. or as soon thereafter as pos-
sible. in the County Commissioners Chambers of the adminis-
tration building, 55 North Third Street, Macclenny, FL. On the
date above-mentioned, all interested parties may appear and be
heard with respect to the variance request. Written comments for
or against the variance request may be sent to the Baker County
Building Department, 81 North Third Street, Macclenny, FL.
32063. Faxed comments may be sent to (904) 259-5057.
Copies of the Variance may be inspected at the Building Depart-
ment by any member of the public. According to the Americans
_with Disabilities Act, persons needing a special accommodation
or an interpreter to participate in this proceeding should contact
the administration department at (904) 259-5123 at least 48
hours prior to the time of the hearing.
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wide wire sen ice. The home may be renovated for offices, retail, res-
taurant or any other use allowed in a Conmmercial General Zone. Lot
size is 99' x 215' with lots of potential for two separate businesses. 99'
frontage on US Hw\\. 90 and 215' frontage on First Street.
Ten Acres Located on Arnold Rhoden Rd. close to US 90.
This tract is high and dry with good road frontage. Priced at
Commercial Lot 14,000 sq. ft. 100 ft. frontage on SR 121.
Located between Waffle House and Day's Inn, adjacent to 1-10.
Nice I acre lot in Keaton Beach.
Five minutes to Gulf of Mexico. This
lot can be used for mobile homes or
site built homes. Priced for quick sale
Building Lot. conveniently
located between Glen St. Manr and
Nlacclenny. This heavily wooded lot
is restricted to site built homes onlN.
", acre + priced at $34,900.
Nice 3 BR/I B.4 frame home \\ ith
new % inN l siding and CH A. Recently\
remodeled and ready to move into.
Located on Tony Gi\ens Road in
Sanderson on I acre. $1-25.000
Reduced to $100.000.
Commercial property in Hilliard.
1 2 acre with 105' frontage on West
3rd St. Small brick home in need of
renovation, can be converted to office
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NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING
ON FIRST READING OF ORDI-
NANCE NO. 06-25 RELATING
TO ANNEXATION OF CERTAIN
LANDS CONTIGUOUS TO THE
CITY OF MACCLENNY AND COM-
PANION SMALL-SCALE FUTURE
LAND USE MAP AMENDMENTf
The City Commission of the City of Macclenny shall consider first
reading of the Ordinance No. 06-25 providing for the acceptance
of a voluntary request from owner. Rock Contractors, Inc.. to annex
approximately 5.0 acres into the corporate limits of NMacclenny.
A public hearing on the first reading of the proposed ordinances
will be held on Tuesday., August 8. 2006 in the City Commission
Chambers at City Hall, 118 East Nlacclenny Ave., Macclenny.
Florida. The City Commission meeting will begin, at 6:00 pm
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called to order. Interested persons may appear at the hearing and be
heard regarding the adoption of the proposed amendment.
Complete legal description of the subject properties and the pro-
posed ordinances are available for review at the City Manager's
Office, City Hall, on Monday though Friday during regular busi-
ness hours. Should any person appeal any decision made as a result
of this hearing, such person will need a record of the proceedings
and may need to ensure that a verbatim record of these proceed-
ings is made. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities
Act, person needing special accommodations or an interpreter to
participate in this proceeding should contact the City Manager at
(904)- 259-0971 at least 48 hours prior to the hearing.
Classified ads and notices must be
paid in advance, and be in our office
no later than 4:00 pm the Monday
preceding publication, unless other-
wise arranged in advance. Ads can
be mailed provided they are accom-
panied by payment and instructions.
They should be mailed to: Classified
Ads, The Baker County Press, P.O.
Box 598, Macclenny, FL 32063. We
cannot assume responsibility for
accuracy of ads or notices given over
the telephone. Liability for errors in'
all advertising will be limited to the
first publication only. If after that
time, the ad continues to run with-
out notification of error by the per-
son or agency for whom it was pub-
lished, then that party assumes full
payment responsibility. The Baker
County Press reserves the right to
refuse advertising or any other mate-
rial which in the opinion of the pub-
lisher does not meet standards of
6 piece bedroom set, queen mat-
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$499, can deliver. 904-858-9350.
Fresh green peanuts, hand picked,
washed & graded. Truluck Farms,
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Good used appliances. 90 day money
back guarantee. 266-4717.
2000 Yamaha Wave Runner, 3 seater
with trailer, very low hoursi-good con-
dition. $6500. 259-4602. 7/13tfc
2001 GSXR 600. Call 904-485-
Dining room set -Itable, 4 regular & 2
wingback chairs, phina cabinet, from
Circle K; 7. piece King bedroom set,
without mattresses. Call 259-4523
after 4:00 pm for details. 7/27p
5 piece oak bedroom set, queen size
Switch mattress, $1000; 2 crib sets,
denim color, $25 each. 259-2746.
Solid wood cherry sleigh bed with
mattress & boxsprings, retail $950,
sacrifice for $395, can deliver. 904-
Antique breakfront buffet, breakfront
china cabinet, buffet, all mahoga-
ny, can be seen at Southern Charm.
Mahogany secretary, beautiful piece,
excellent condition. Southern Charm
Butterfly dining table with 6 chairs,
very ornate, fluted legs,. rare; half
round foyer console. All pieces are
mahogany wood. Southern Charm.
Solid wood coffee table, light colored
with glass inserts, $75. 275-3007.
Diesel tractor, 3 pt. hitch, new paint,
runs great, $1800; Isuzu truck, 5
speed, 1 owner, very very clean,
$1000; 1996 Oldsmobile, runs good,
$950. 912-266-1641. 7/27p
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3X24 ft., 29 gauge, metal roofing; 2002 Honda CR-V, automatic, cloth
2x6, 44 ft., load bearing, trusses. seats, 47,000 miles, $16,500. 259-
334-6695. 7/6-27p 3352. 7-27p
Bed, beautiful temp-pedic memory
foam mattress & boxsprings, new in
plastic, with warranty, retail $950,
must sell $379, can deliver. 904-
Two monitors, 17 inch, $25; Nikon
/Scan Touch oversized flatbed scanner
with SCSI connection. $75: Okidata
dot matrix, SCSI, turbo, $50; Dell
keyboard & mouse, $10. 259-2400.
Artists! Oils, acrylics, water colors,
canvases, drawing pads and much
more! The Office Mart, 110 S. Fifth
Street, 259-3737. tfc
Luxury queen pillowtop, in plastic,
$199. 904-398-5200. 7/13-8/3p
Epson Stylus color 600 printer. $25.
King pillowtop, new with warranty,
$289, can deliver. 904-391-0015.
1996 Shadow 1100, very good con-.
dition, garage kept. 1st $3500 takes
it! Call Roger at 382-50,49. 7/27p
2002 Bombardier 650 ATV, great
condition, hardly used, $2200 OBO.
Two Polaris 4 wheelers, 1-400 & 1-
500, both water cooled, low'hours,
excellent condition, $2500 each or
both for $4500. Call 386-325-1809
after 6:00 pm. 7/27-8/3p
12' Jon boat, 5 HP Evinrude, Motor:
Guide trolling motor, trailer, $1500.
33x12.5x15 Pro Comp mud tires
Son 6 lug Chevrolet wheels, real good
condition, $400. Call Roger at 382-
Like new, 2 piece sectional sofa with
recliner & queen sleeper bed, mauve
& bed, 2' end tables, $600. Call 259-
5970 after 1:00 pm. 7/27p
- Sliding glass door,.$25; queen size,
reversible quilted comforter with
matching bed skirt, 2 pillow shams,
3 throw pillows & lamp shade, hunter
green w/navy & burgundy, very good
condition, $75. 259-2183 between
5:00 pm-9:00 pm.. 7/27tfc.
Horse, registered paint; rifle; hover
i round. 912-843-2093. 7/27p
1993 5th wheel Terry camper, 26'5",
good condition) $3000. 259-2704.,
New OSB, $7.50/sheet; new con-
crete blocks, 75/block. 545-7688.
2005 Ford Ex- plorer XLT, 20,000
miles, black in color, 4x4, $29,000.
2004 Chevy Avalanche, 4x4, loaded,
leather, sunroof, DVD, 49K miles,
asking $25,900 OBO. 545-6087 or
1995 Toyota Camry LE, silver, auto-
matic, A/C, radio/castette, power
windows, power locks, $2700 OBO.
6367 Woodlawn Rd., 259-2253.
Patient Care Assistant Program'
198 Duty Days, Tenure Track
Instruct students, coordinate
classroom activities, clinical
rotations and clinical skills. Prepare
students to pass State exam.
Must have AA or AS in Nursing,
Florida RN license, and two years
experience in long term or acute
Salary: Based on degree and
experience plus benefits. Review of
applications to begin immediately.
College application required.
Position details and application
available on the web at: www.
Inquiries: Human Resource
Lake City Community College
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
LCCC is accredited by the Southern Association
S of Colleges and Schools.
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in Education &
1988 Volvo 240 GL, automatic, pow.
er windows, radio/CD, sunroof, A/'C,
tinted, $1995 cash. 6367 Woodlawn
Rd. 259-2253. 7/20-27p
Cash for your junk car or truck. I
haul. 904-509-0921. 5/4-10,'26p
1994 Ford F150, cold A. C, low
miles, great shape inside & out.
drives better, $3950 QBO, 465-
2004 Chevy Silverado 2500, HD,
2x2, 4 door, extended cab. still under
warranty, 35K miles, tool boxes, ask-
ing $17,500 OBO. 545-6087 or 275-
1996 Toyota Camry LE. silver. V6,
4 door, automatic, tinted, power win-
dows, power locks, radio/CD, $5500
cash OBO. 6367 Woodlawni Rd. 259-
2005 Chevy Silverado 2500, HD.
4x4, 4 door, crew cab, loaded,
leather, 20" rims, 14K miles, asking
$30.700 OBO. 545-6087 or 275-
Let me take care iof your cleaning
. needs! Tuesday Friday. An hon-
est, dependable Christian person,
licensed for Baker County area, 4
years experience, professional train-
ing. Reasonable rates. For rhore in-
formation, call Zelda at 259-5407
home or 894-3267 cell. References
are available. 7/27p
Do you have a junk car or truck you
want hauled off or to sell? 259-
I need help with yard work. 259-
Music lessons in M-ic0lenny, guitar,--'
bass & voice. 653-1737. 6/29-8,'3p
Childcare openings for children 6
months & up. Fun, encouraging & car-,,
ing environment. Daytime/before &,
after school. Call Lisa at 275-4026.
Will clean your house, references
available, no weekends. 259-5841 or
I, Daniel F. Sparkman, Jr., would like
to apologize for my actions against
Unemployment. I have no excuses for
my actions, but if given the opportu-
nity, I will do my best to correct my
.- a"i '. Thursday. Friday & Saturday 9:00 am- t
2:00 pm, 121 S., 1st driveway past
S, SAL Raiford Road Church. Everything must ^
A.,'n Friday 8:00 am-noon, 2295 Glory Rd., R
Allen Acres Rd, left to Glory Rd., last
S?'house on left. Computer desk, convert- -
S"' ible baby crib with mattress, clothes,
concrete steps, exercise equipment &
S oI other items.
I' Friday 8:00 am-noon, 5678 George
Hodges Rd. Mens. women, young man
& girl's clothes, Ab Lounger & household items. 259-5723.
Friday 7:00 am-?, Youth Center on Mclver St. Electronics, lots of'T
men's clothes, more.
Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-5:00 pm, 43 W. Ohio Ave. Moving sale
everything must go. 259-5206.
Friday 9:00 am-6:00 pm, Saturday 9:00 am-noon, Hwy 250, Tay- i
lor, next to store. Loads of stuff. Moving sale. 259-7479. Rain y
; Friday & Saturday 7:30-11:30 am, 6229 Miltondale Rd. Great A
school clothes for girls and boys, household items.
Saturday 7:00 am-2:00 pm, Jean Jones' house, 123 S. East Blvd. "
Ladies' Auxiliary sale. Rain cancels.
Saturday 9:00 am-?, SR 228 to Wolfe Dr. to Barber Loop. Stepha-
nie., Megan & Regan.
Saturday 7:00 am-2:00 pm, 7472 Pierce Rd. off 125 N.. Glen.
Boys clothes 10-12-14, mens clothes 29, 32, 34, ladies clothes,
John Deere gas edger, Bio-Dyne weight machine, oak student desk
w/chair, used bikes, air hockey, 5 HP chipper shredder & more.
Rain or shine.
Saturday 8:00 am-1:00 pm, 12343 Confederate Dr. W., Hills of
Glen. Furniture, pots & pans, dishes, clothes & more. No early
Saturday 8:00 am-1:00 pm, 6306 & 6326 CW Webb Rd. Living ,P
room. daybed frame, TV, dorm size refrigerator, golf clubs, kids
clothes to size 4, mens & ladies clothes & shoes, baby items,
toys. 5 families.
SSaturday 8:00 am-?, 479 N. 6th St. Children clothes, shoes ^
& toys, various sizes, women & mens clothes & shoes, various .
sizes, various household items.
Saturday 8:00 am-noon, New Beginning Community Church, 380
4 N. Lowder St.. Lots of.bargips. Knick knacks to -furniture. All pro- F
,-ceed'to benefit youth & children's programs.
WHITEHEAD BROS., INCJLAKE CITY LOGISTICS, INC.
OTR DRIVERS NEEDED
Go through Home several times most weeks.
'. Home most weekends. Personalized dispatching
that comes from only dispatching 25 trucks at
our location here in Starke. Vacation pay, Safety
Bonus up to $1,200 per year. Driver of the Year
.i- bonus, and driver recruitment bonuses Blue
i Cross Blue Shield medical and dental Insurance.
Need 2 years of experience and a decent driving
CALL JIM OR DEBBIE LAWRENCE AT
904-368-0777 or 1-888-919-8898
Q PRITCHETT TRUCKING
Local $575 $675 -Home Every Night
OTR $650-$800+ Home 1-2 Nights Plus Weekends
Health/Life Insurance Available Paid Vacation
401 K Weekly Bonus $500 Quarterly Safety/Performance Bonus
DOT Inspection Bonus Driver Referral Bonus
A GOOD COMPANY FOR GOOD DRIVERS!!
THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday, July 27, 2006 Page Five-B
We do small job land clearing, bush
hog mowing, scatter dirt, root rake,
etc., also tree trimming & removal.
Now accepting antique furniture on
consignment. Pieces have to be in
good condition. Call Karin at South-
ern- Charm 259-4140. 2/13tfc
Boston Terrier, 8 months old; papers,
black & white, male, $400 OBO. 259-
Blockhead red-nose Pit Bull pups, 8
weeks old, shots & dewormeo.i Big
breed, 5 males, 1 female left. Mild
temperament. Must see. $200 firm.
259-8929 Chris. 7/13-8/3p
Dogs: all types from puppies to
adults. Animal Control, $50 boarding
fees will apply. 259-6786. 11/20tfc
Free: Black male Lab, 8 months old,
doghouse & feeder. 838-0035.
Lost dog: Female, red coat, crystal
blue eyes, has blue collar, medium
size dog. Last Seen on Steel Bridge
,Rd at the Animal Control Center. If
you have any information, please call'
the Davis residence at 275-2368 or
Animal Control at 259-6786. 7/27p
Notice to readers:
The newspaper often publishes classified
advertising on subjects like work-at-home,
weight loss products, health products.
While the newspaper uses reasonable
discretion in deciding on publication of
such ads, it takes no responsibility as to
the truthfulness of claims. Respondents
should use caution and common sense
before sending any money or making other
commitments based on statements and/or
promises; demand specifics in writing. You
can also call the Federal Trade Commission
at 1-877-FTC-HELP tofind out'how to spot
fraudulent solicitations. Remember: if it
sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
The Baker County Press
Experienced metal roofer needed,
dependable, driver's license required,
good pay 904-251-5804, after 7:00
pm, call 259-3757. -7/13-8/31p
Painter's helper. Apply in person at
Butch's Paint & Body Shop, 5573
Harley Thrift Rd. 7/13tfc
Pier 6 Seafood now accepting applica-
tions for all positions. 259-6123.
Travelodge is now taking applications
for night auditor. Apply in person from
8:00 am-4:0 pm at 1641 S. 6th St.
No phone calls. 7/20-27c
A/C service tech/Installer. New con-
struction & change outs. Reference
& good driving record a must. Pay
depending on experience. Big sign on
bonus. 259-8038. 7/20-8/10p
All equipment operators needed.
Experienced required. Apply in person
at Earthworks, 11932 N. SR 121,
Macclenny. 904-653-2800. 7/27c,
New Life Preschool & Daycare is now
hiring full-time, part-time & substi-
tute teacher positions. Salary will be
based on experience &.qualifications.
259-7373 or 259-6360. 7/20-27c
A Touch of Grass Lawn Service needs
experienced full time licensed driver.
Local home care agency looking for
full time/part time Physical Therapist
and Occupational Therapist. Contact
Lacy of Linda at 259-3111. 5/25tfc
Company specializing in erosion con-
trol now hiring the following positions:
crew leaders, equipment operators,
laborers, class A CDL drivers. Valid
driver's license is a must. Fax resume
to 904-275-3292 or call 275-4960.
EOE/drug free workplace. 7/27p
Experienced painters needed. Must
have tools. 259-5877. 12/30tfc
Security officers, all areas of,
Jacksonville. Call Giddens Security
384-8071 or apply in person at 528
S. Edgewood Ave. 7/27-8/3p
Full-timetrim/punch-out carpenter for
local construction company. Benefits
& paid vacation included. Please call
259-3343 weekdays between 9:00
am-5:00 pm. .6/8tfc
Experienced A/C service tech/install-
er needed. Must have driver's license
& tools. 259-0893.
Dump truck driver needed, must have
stable work record, be reliable, have
clean CDL Class B license. 259-6172
or 904-334-9329. 7/27-8/3p
Part time w/full tie potential
Looking for motivated, qualified per-
son in Baker and surrounding area.
Experience in sales helpful. Reply with
resume & references to P.O. Box 598,.
Macclenny, FL 32063. 6/2tfc
Class A mechanic for 3rd shift main-
tenance crew. Must have minimum
5 years experience. Pay ranges from
$16.96 plus a 264 shift differential
pay. We are an equal opportunity
employer & a drug free workplace.-
We offer 401k, health insurance, paid
holidays1& vacation. Apply at Gilman
Building Products, CR 218, Maxville,
FL or fax resume to 904-289-7736.
Need experienced A/C & duct install-
ers, must be dependable. 259-8038.
Insteel Wire Products, a manufac-
turer of pre-stressed concrete strand
will be accepting applications for
production/machine operator posi-
tions for current openings at the
Sanderson plant on Thursday, July
27th Thursday, August 3rd from
9:00 am-3:00 pm.. Applicants must
be 18 years old. Working hours will be
12 hour shifts. Experience preferred.:
Benefit package includes health, life,
dental, 401k. Interested candidates
must apply in person. Insteel Wire
Products, Sanderson Division, One:
Wiremil Road, Sanderson, FL 32087.
Dump truck driver needed, $13/hour.
Rebecca Hodges Trucking 904-334-
Average $683 $907/wk
NO TOUCH FREIGHT
CDL-A req'd 877-428-5627
Hiring for desk clerks at A
Inn. 259-5100. .
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Notice to Readers
All real estate advertising in this newspa.
per is'subjectto the Fair Housing Act which
makes it illegal to advertise "any prefer-
ence, limitation or discrimination based on
race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familiar
status or national origin, or an intention, to
make any such preference, limitation or
discrimination." Familial status includes
children under the age of 18 living with par-
ents or legal custodians, pregnant women
and people securing custody of children
This newspaper will not knowingly accept.
any advertising for real estate which is in
violation of the law. Our readers are hereby
informed that all dwellings advertised in
this newspaper are available on an equal
opportunity basis. To complain of discrimi-
nation, call HUD toll free at 1-800-669-,
9777. The toll free telephone number for.
the impaired is 1-800-927-9275.
Beautiful 7.5 acres, located 500 ft off
of Crews Rd on Woodrow Raulerson
Rd. Very nice property with cypress
tree pond, $150,000. For info, call
259-2083 after 6:00 pm or leave
10 acres in Sanderson area with well,
septic tank &S power pole included.
Owner financing. Call 275-2210.
10 acres, Folsom Trail, restricted to
homes only, corner lot with private
road, $115,000 OBO. 626-2664.
Jack Lee Construction spec home in
Copper Creek, 3 BR, 21/, full baths.
Call 781-5117 or 904-751-6053.
Large desirable lot in Copper Creek,
one of the largest & last in Phase II,
$77,500. 259-6199. 6/29tfc
New construction. 3 BR, 2 BA brick
house in Hunter's Ridge, 2307 total
SF, great room, kitchen, back porch,
$239,000. 259-4602 or 259-6546.
7/27p 3 BR, 2 BA house with 2 rental mobile
merican homes on 13.2+- acres in the Georgia
7/27tfc Bend area, big workshop & 2nd kitch-
en, $190,000. 904-629-1779.
10 acres, restricted to homes, nice
property, good location, bring your
horses, $138,900. 259-3878.
40 acre farm, on 229 south of
Sanderson,' $1,0,00/acre. 545-
New 2006 doublewide, 3 BR, 2 BA
located on 1/2 acre, fenced yard,
owner financing available, $86,900.
259-7925.or 476-7136. 7/27c
3 BR, 2 BA house, 2100 SF liv-
ing space on 1 acre, approximately'
1/2 mile from city limits on 121 N.,
$190,000. 904-334-8247 or 386-
Great location in Glen. Lovely brick
home, 2 BR, 1 BA, great condition, 1
acre, $155K. Call 259-3579 or 781-
5 25 acres cleared, with stream
located in Danridge, TN, minutes from
Dollywood, nice barn, $15,000/acre,
27 acres off US 301 near Bryceville,
$250K. 904-483-7617 or 449-6184.
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS
sizes 4.5, 5.5, 6,7 zA
Custom house plans
to your specifications
Qualified Good references
J BETROS' PRESSURE
Driveways ~.sidewalks ~ vinyls
SBrick ~ windows
"Quality work guaranteed"
2" and 4" wells
ANGEL AQUA, INC.
Water softeners Iron filters
Sales Rentals Service
Total water softener supplies
Licensed & Insured
Timmy Hodges, Owner
A & R ROOFING, INC.
New roofs Roof repairs
Fully insured *' Locally owned
25 years experience
Tree removal Light hauling
We haul or buy junk cars and
We sell horses
24 hour service
Jesus is the Only Way
Home repairs Remodeling
BUG OUT SERVICE
7/28tfc Residential and Commercial
Specializing in 6" seamless
Siding ~ storm gutters ~tile
window/doors & more
You'll LOVE our PRICES
I guarantee it!
Residential & Commercial
New construction Framing
Keith Muse, owner
Your plans or our plans
Roofing, Free estimates
Heating* Air Electrical service
Licensed and Insured
Garbage pickup for Baker County
Roll off Dumpsters
Kent Kirkland, OWner/Operator
Build on your lot or ours
Your plans or ours
Model home in Copper Creek
Air conditioners Heat pumps
Major appliances *
24 hour, 7 day emergency ser-
Call Vince Farnesi,
Lawn mowing~ Tractor work
Clean-up ~ Hauling
FISH'S WELDING &
Tires Rims Exhaust
CUSTOM AIR, INC.
New construction Service
Water conditioning purification
New septic systems
Drain field repairs
We're your water experts
Celebrating our 29th year
in business. Credit cards gladly
Fully licensed & insured
Florida & Georgia
Bull dozer & backhoe
Country charm, brand new spacious
doublewide, 3 BR, 2 BA, fireplace,
nice yard, $850/month plus security
deposit, lease required. 465-3841.
Mobile homes, 2 and 3 BR, A/C, no
pets, $500-$550 plus deposit. 904-
12x60 mobile home, 2 BR, 1 BA in
Glen, 4425/month, $200 deposit.
259-4575 or 259-6846. 7/27p
3 BR & 2 BR mobile homes, no pets,
garbage, water & mowing provided,
S2 BR, 1 BA apartment, $500 secu-
rity deposit, $625/month, 12 month
lease, no pets. 351 N. Lowder St.
3 BR, 2 BA mobile home on 5 acres
with stocked fish pond, carport/
garage on Mudlake Rd., $900/month,
*$1200 deposit. 259-9066.
Newhome for rent, 3 BR, I BA,\tile
flooring throughout on 1/2 acre lot
in Macclenny, all electric appliances.
$875 security deposit, $875/month.
Please call 259-3343 weekdays
between 9 am-Spm. 6/22tfc
THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS Thursday. July 27, 2006 Page Six-B
3 BR 2 BA singlewide, no smok-
ing. no pets, 1st & last month's rent.
$550 ,month. Call 259-3767. 7.'27p
S 3 BR, 2 BA mobile home, carpet
& vinyl flooring, living room, kitch-
en, dining room .on .50 acre lot in
Sanderson. All electric appliances,
$750.security deposit, $750 /rnonth.
Please call between the hours of 9:00
am-5:00 pm, weekdays ONLY. 259-
3343 or 626-8424. 6/itfc
: 2 BR house, living room, dining room,
kitchen, front & back porches, appli-
*:^: ances, CH/A, all electric, $700/
month, $800 deposit, no animals, 2
references required. 259-6966.
Cedar ranchette on 5.3 acres with
600' river frontage, barn with 2.3
acres fenced. 2 master suites with
::: private baths & walk-in closets, direct
:: access to pool & hot tub. Detached
mother-in-law suite could be possible
S rental income for renter. 30 ft. trailer
pad, total privacy, ADT available. Must
see to appreciate. 25 minutes to
downtown Jax, 40,minutes to Atlantic
Beach. $1350/month plus deposit.
Available September 1st. Call Ron at
703-927-4986 or 904-259-8548.
3 BR, 2 BA, $575,. month, lawn ser-
vice & garbage pickup included, 1st,
last & $300 deposit. 259-7335.
3 BR, 2 BA doublewide on I acre,
- : front & back porches, 2 miles from I-
10, $750 month. 1st & last & depos-.
:: it. 259-2552. 7/27-8/3p
2 BR country house in Georgia Bend.
$750/month in includes deposit
& electric; 2 BR mobile home in
SMacclennv, $450 month plus depos-
it. 912-843-2093. : 7/27p
3 BR, 2 BA singlewide On 1/2 acre 2.
miles from 1-10, $650 'month, 1st &
last 7 deposit. 259-2552.7.. 27-8/3p
14x60, 2 BR, 1 BA electric heat.'":
big window unit, $500 'month, $700
: deposit, 2 references required, no
-: ets. 259-6966. 7'27p
2 BR, 1 BA apartment in nice neigh-
borhood. no smoking, no pets. $550,.
: month plus deposit & last month's
rent. Call 859-3026. 7/27tfc
-- 2 BR, 1 BA upstairs apartment, CH,'
A, $500/months, 1st & last month's
rent plus security deposit. 904-703-
6306. 7/27-8 3p
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New office space, 480 SF on West
US 90, Glen St. Mary. OD Rewis 259-
6 door 90x35 garage space, or 1
door 30x35 or 2 door 35x60, excel-
lent for paint & body shop, auto repair
shop or any other commercial use;
office space available. Lots of park-
ing. 1 mile east of Macclenny on US
90. 259-2019 or 813-0935.
Commercial building, 1200 SF, 1
block from courthouse, $650/month,
$650 deposit. 259-4602. 7/13tfc
1981 Peachtree doublewide, 3 BR, 2
BA, recently remodeled, new cabinets,
whirlpool tub, fireplace. 259-2019 or,
2" & 4" Wells
Water & Iron Conditioners
Call Roger or Roger Dale
Family Owned & Operated
"Licensed & Insured
ZONING VARIANCE NOTICE
L.V. Hiers Inc. is requesting a
variance to the zoning at 284 E. Florida'
Ave. for the purpose of replacing an old
warehouse with a new office and
Any support or objections may be heard at
the Zoning Adjustment Board meeting to
be held on August 7, 2006 at 5:00 p.m., at
City Hall, 118 East Macclenny Ave.
Building & Zoning Coordinator
City of Macclenny
S" "FOR SALE
S2004 brick 2470 sqft,
Ile 4/3, bonus room,
S1.12 acres, 3 car
garage, screened back
S-hol -t ing 'porch, FSBO,
lII 6258 West River Circle
S c (off Lowder & Miltondale),
4: 4 259-5544.
The Baker County School District Transportation De-
partment %Il be offering a school bus driving class for
anyone interested in driving a school bus for Baker County
Schools starting August 7, 2006.
The classes will be held on Monday Tuesday and Thursday
nights from 6:00-9:00 p.m. at the Baker County Transpor-
tation compound on Baker Bus Drive. The class consists
of 20 hours classroom instruction and 20 hours of driving
time. You must have 5 years licensed driving experience, a
Florida driver's license, a high school diploma or equivalent
to be eligible to take the class. For more information, please
contact the Transportation Department at 259-2444.
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Patient Care Assistant Program
198 Duty Days, Tenure Track
: Instruct students, coordinate
classroom activities, clinical
rotations and clinical skills. Prepare
students to pass State exam.
Must have AA or AS in Nursing,
Florida RN license, and two years
experience in long term or acute .
,Salary: Based on degree and
experience plus benefits. Review of
applications to begin immediately.
College application required.
Position details and application
available on the %eb at: www.
Inquiries: Human Resource
Lake City Community College
149 SE College Place
Lake Cit., FL 32025
Fax: 1(386l 754-4594
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1 BR condo, sleeps 4, large heated
pool, $500 /week, monthly rates avail-
able. 904-483-7617. 7/20tfc
2 BR, 2 BA condo, ground floor,
pool side, incredible ocean view, St.
Augustine Beach. Call 476-89,07 or
505-0083. -., c 7/6-27c
This is a live-in
position for a couple or team
to provide direct care and
residents in a home
located in Baker County.
$40K + benefits,
housing and board.
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