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175CJUNE171


THURSDAY


THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS


81st Year, Vol. 8 Winner of 10 state awards for journalism excellence in 2009


Bank


robbery

suspect

nabbed

A onetime Glen St. Mary
resident who was released from
prison in Tennessee in March is
being held in the Baker County
jail and likelyto be charged soon
with a trio
of bank
robberies
- two in
Tennessee
and one in
Alabama.
Douglas
Terrell, 35,
had ap-
parently
bragged to
acquain-
tances in DuasT ll
the Mid- DouglasTerrell
dleburg
area about the robberies that
occurred in the week after he
disappeared from his residence
in Lawrenceburg, TN on June
7. He expressed surprise to his
girlfriend Danielle Combs, 31,
of Sanderson that he pulled off
the heists so easily after hand-
ing tellers notes demanding
money.
Surveillance photos from the
robberies forwarded to local au-
thorities bythe FBI in Nashville
suggest that the man thought to
be Mr. Terrell was not armed.
Baker County deputies ar-
rested Mr. Terrell for trespass
and loitering on a tract of land
the morning of June 13 after be-
ing tipped off that a vehicle oc-
cupied by him and Ms. Combs
had become stuck on a tram
road about 200 yards east of
CR 228. The property is owned
by Gilman Paper and part of the
ongoing Dupont mining lease,
according to police.
Officers had been advised
by the tipster that Mr. Terrell
vowed he would not go back to
prison and that police would
have to kill him.
He was not armed when con-
fronted about 8:20, said Deputy
Shawn Bishara, and explained
that, while he knew he was tres-
passing, he was driving around
seeing what had changed in his
absence when he became stuck.
Ms. Combs claimed she was
asleep, and Investigator Brad
Dougherty stated later she ap-
peared to be high on drugs.
At county jail, Ms. Combs
related how she had moved to
Tennessee to be near her boy-
friend while he was in prison,
and they remained in Lawrence-
burg in the south-central part of
the state near the Alabama state
See page 2)


Keller, WES

and MES

year end

honor rolls

See pages

9 and 11


McDonald's entrance closed


Barriers

removed

same day
JOEL ADDINGTON
NEWS EDITOR
reporter@bakercountypress.com
Only a few hours after the
City of Macclenny barricaded
the northern entrance to Mc-
Donald's on S. 6th St. to stop
drive-thru traffic from backing
up onto Barber Road, the com-
pany decided it would volun-
tarily fix the problem.
The worst backups onto Bar-
ber Road occur during Saturday
morning breakfast hours, said
city code enforcement officer
Joy Chapman.
Vehicles often pull into the
drive-thru lane from the prop-
erty's north side, and as more
vehicles follow suit, a string of
motorists begin blocking the
street.
Repeated letters to a Mc-
Donald's restaurant deploy-
ment coordinator in Orlando
in recent months concerning
the traffic hazard solicited no
response, which led to the more
drastic action taken by the city


PHOTO BY JOEL ADDINGTON
A manager for the fast food restaurant posts signs on the barricades
to direct traffic to the entrance on SR 121 the morning of June 18.
last week. missioners earlier that
The city barricaded the Bar- week, citing case law sup-
ber Road entrance to the fast porting the barricades.
food eatery the morning of June Six of them stood just off
11. the McDonald's property
"The city is well within its in the public right-of-way


rights to do that," city attorney
Frank Maloney told city com-


See page 2)


KELLEY LANNIGAN
FEATURES
features@bakercountypress.com
For over 35 years, nurturing the creative
abilities of students has been at the center of
Marilyn Harrell's life.
"Having leisure time to pursue my per-
sonal art endeavors and not being in a rush
is what I'm looking forward to," said Marilyn
Harrell, who retires this year after more than
three decades as a Baker County High School
art teacher.
She came to Baker Countyin 1975 as brand
new graduate of Murray State College in Ken-
tucky. BCHS was her first teaching job.
She never left.
An art teacher can go through a lot of paint
and paper, brushes and canvas in 35 years.
Ms. Harrell spent last week sorting through,
organizing and packing up her classroom.
The memories and efforts of the many stu-
dents who have passed through over the years
lingers.
"This is very special," she said, pointing
to a small sculpture. "Doug Register, who is
now an administrator here, made this when
he was my student. He kept it all these years
and gave it back to me recently."
At her retirement party June 12, she dis-
played art by former students, many of whom
traveled in for the occasion from as far as Se-
attle, Washington.
She is very proud of former students who
have gone on to have successful careers as
photographers, graphic designers, art direc-
tors, architects and engineers.
For Ms. Harrell, the fact that her art classes
provided so many students the opportunity to
identify and develop those aptitudes early on
is a satisfying end to a wonderful career.
"Art is applied to all of life," she said.
'That's what I loved teaching to my students.
Everything around us, from a teacup to a desk
to an airport starts as an idea and goes to the


Marilyn Harrell
drawing board before being produced. Some-
body has to design it."
Her first day on the job at BCHS, she faced
a classroom void of art supplies.
'There wasn't anything there but some old,
very used paint palettes and a couple pair of
broken scissors," she said. "I went to Jerry
Sisk, the principal, for money and then went


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shopping for paper and
paint."
By February, the pa-
per was gone and she
had to hit up the prin-
cipal for more money.
Also, Tom Covington,
a former high school
coach who at the time
worked for the city,
located a lot of copy
paper that no longer fit
the copier, but was still
viable for sketching.
"I still use copy pa-
per to this day," said
Ms. Harrell. "It's rela-
tively cheap and the
size fits nicely into the
student's notebooks.
It's indispensable for
beginning drawing and
working up studies for
final projects."
Regarding the de-
velopment of her abil-
ity as an educator, she
gives a lot of credit to
two special women she
met early in her career
through the Florida
Art Educators Asso-
ciation. Nellie Lynch
and Flo Head were
PHOTO BY KELLEY LANNIGAN art education supervi-
sors with the Florida
Department of Educa-
tion. They took the fledgling art teacher from
Baker County under their wing, sharing their
knowledge and resources.
'"There weren't any specific guidelines for
lesson plans at that time and I was writing my
own," said Ms. Harrell. "Those two women
See page 4)


Less cash

coming in

for public

services

JOEL ADDINGTON
NEWS EDITOR
reporter@bakercountypress.com
Local government offices are
facing sizable revenue losses in
the 2010-11 budget year from
declining taxable property val-
ues and state funding reduc-
tions.
Property Appraiser Tim
Sweat estimated a 5-6 percent
decline in the 2010 overall tax
roll, which means about $50
million less than the roughly
$800 million in combined tax-
able value county-wide last
year.
At current property tax, or
millage, rates, the county's loss
in revenue would be more than
$400,000, the school district's
more than $173,000 and the
hospital authority's more than
$61,000. The Cityof Macclenny,
facing a drop in taxable value of
about $17 million, would lose
approximately $61,000 as well.
Combined with taxes lost to
the two regional water manage-
ment districts encompassing
Baker County and cash for new
school construction, the drop in
property tax receipts could total
$1 million, provided tax rates
remain level.
Mr. Sweat stressed that the
drop in taxable value is based
on preliminary estimates that
don't account for other fac-
tors like new construction or
changes in the Consumer Price
Index.
He noted that final values are
due to the state by July 1.
Last year, the total loss in
taxable value paled in compari-
son at only $6 million. Howev-
er, taxable values also lag a year
behind market values, which
means last year's taxable value
was based on 2008 sales data.
Likewise, sales and other
market indicators from 2009
are being used for the 2010 tax
rolls. And while the real estate
market began its downturn in
2007, prices reached their low-
est in 2009 and have largely
remained there since.
Adding to the fiscal strain of
falling property tax revenues
are projected drops in funding
from the state.
The Florida Department of
Revenue's Office of Tax Research
released revised estimates June
14 for the state's county revenue
sharing program. They show
Baker County receiving about
$24,500 less than last year's
funding $402,742 which
was about $37,000 less than
2008 funding.
The projected revenue comes
from state sales and cigarette
taxes. Estimates for local sales,
gas and phone taxes are expect-
ed later this month. They can be
found at http://www.floridalcir.
gov/revenue_estimates.cfm.
The Florida Legislature re-
duced grant funds for small
See page 2


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her love of art with BCHS students


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Entrance closed


(From page 1
for much of the Friday morning.
The S. 6th Street entrance
remained open, but a number
of would-be customers, seeing
the barricades about noon, went
elsewhere. Others coming off
SR 121 into the drive-thru lanes
temporarily blocked the vehicles
of customers leaving after dining
inside.
"We did what we set out to
do," Ms. Chapman said, referring
to the city's hopes that the block-
age would garner the company's
attention.
She said McDonald's opera-
tions consultant for the state,
Scott Masson, told her the
company would place 12 barrel-
shaped barricades in the parking
lot to separate the drive-thru lane
from the north side entrance.
Flexible plastic bollards serv-
ing the same purpose, but only
extending a short distance, are
bent over from motorists mow-
ing them down after entering
from Barber Road.
The bollards were the compa-
ny's first attempt at solving the
issue after the city's warning let-
ter in July 2007.
"A sign has been placed on the
Barber Road side of the property
advising motorists not to block
the street with a reference to city
and state codes," stated the letter.
"A police officer will be stationed
on that road issuing tickets to
your customers when they block
the road."

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Letters in March and April
of this year requesting further
discussions with Mark Bonczyk
of McDonald's USA went unan-
swered.
Adding the barrel-shaped bar-
ricades would extend the line of
plastic bollards further west so
that traffic from Barber Road
can't enter the drive-thru lane
without circling the building and
approaching from S. 6th St.
The company also has plans to
find a more permanent solution.
"[Mr. Masson] promised us
the temporary barrels would be
up this afternoon," Ms. Chap-
man said Friday. "But that's just
a temporary fix. They'll probably
put larger, more sturdy bollards
in the ground."
One driver passing by McDon-
ald's on Barber Road Friday af-
ternoon saw the city's barricades
and said, "It's about time."
Ms. Chapman said residents of
the road have been complaining
to the city about the drive-thru
backups, which cut off access to
S. 6th St.
The city's barricades were up
only about five hours.


In Loving Memory
of My Little Dog
Koby
Koby, a Fox Terrier weigh-
ing 1312 pounds, was
brutally killed on Monday,
June 7, 2010 by a 6o-pound
pit bull named Mary. The
pit bull attackedfrom the
rear, without any cause or
warning. The incident took
place at 571 Ivy Street, Mac-
clenny while Koby was on
a leash being walked. Mary
had no leash and dragged
Koby across the street,
through the large front yard
and into the house. He died
approximately 4:oo pm.
FRIENDS OF KOBY,
MYRTIE GRIFFIS,
AUBREY GRIFFIS


Robbery suspect


(From page 1
line following his release.
She said she reported her
boyfriend missing on June 7 and
didn't hear from him again until
June 13 when he called to say he
was in Middleburg at the home
of a friend identified as Jason
Woodcock. When she arrived at
a sister's residence near Sand-
erson, Mr. Terrell picked up her
and their daughter.
As a parolee, Mr. Terrell was
not allowed to leave Tennessee,
and when authorities there found
out from Investigator Dougherty
that he was here talking about
the robberies they contacted the
FBI and learned they occurred
about that time in the Nashville
suburbs of Brentwood and Hen-
dersonville, and near Huntsville,
Alabama.
It was during those robberies
that the photos were generated
showing a suspect who closely re-
sembles Mr. Terrell and wearing
the same shirt and hat he had on
when confronted on the Dupont
lease. He also has a matching
arm tattoo.
Investigator Dougherty
showed the photos to Ms. Combs,
and noted "[she] hung her head
and stated that it was definitely
[him]."
The suspect's mother Inez Sul-
livan of Green Cove Springs "col-
lapsed to her knees and grabbed
her chest" when she looked at
the photos. Due to recent heart
surgery, she was checked out by
a rescue crew and cleared.
The investigator then showed
one of the photos to Mr. Terrell,
who after invoking his Miranda
rights nonetheless repeatedly
asked, "Where did you get that
picture from?"


Back in his jail cell shortly af-
ter, the suspect ripped apart his
shirt and attempted to flush it
down a toilet.
Investigator Dougherty said
early this week that federal au-
thorities in Nashville were plac-
ing a hold on Mr. Terrell to pre-
vent his release.
Detective Jamie Kiddy of Law-
rence County, TN said on Mon-
day that police there are working
on a possible link between Mr.
Terrell and a fourth bank job, this
one in that county.
"We don't have much on it as
of yet, but it occurred about the
same time he got out [of prison],"
said the investigator.
Investigator Dougherty said
Mr. Terrell's criminal record in
north Florida includes battery,
forgery and probation violation
in Clay County. His Tennessee
prison sentence was for aggra-
vated robbery in Green County,
and he reportedly also violated
an earlier parole.


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Less cash for services


(From page 1
county garbage programs from
$2.6 million to $2.4 million.
The modest reduction to Bak-
er County's grant will be roughly
$5000 from the $78,000 in fund-
ing received last year, according
to Chris Doolin, the county's Tal-
lahassee lobbyist.
Legislators did maintain some
funding streams despite closing a
multi-billion-dollar budget short-
fall during the 2010 session.
Mr. Doolin said money to off-
set the impacts of Amendment 1
property tax reforms approved
by voters in 2008 was increased
by legislators and two road im-
provement programs for small
counties retained funding at cur-
rent levels, about $31 million.
Over the last decade, Baker
County has used close to $11 mil-
lion from the Small County Out-
reach Program and Small County
Road Assistance Program to pave
dirt roads.
"We're very pleased with the
$31 million," said Mr. Doolin.
Much of the funding from Tal-
lahassee remains in flux, how-


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ever; due to Governor Charlie
Crist vetoing some spending ap-
proved by the legislature, includ-
ing a $160 million sweep of the
state's transportation trust fund
to pay for education, and the yet
unknown economic impact from
the BP oil spill in the Gulf on
tourism and other industries.
"Revenue collections will cer-
tainly be less that what the state
had thought," Mr. Doolin said.
"It's highly likely we'll see some
budget adjusting."








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Open to students in the 5'h-81' grade.
Tuition: $150
Deadline to register is June 30.
Applications are available at Keller Intermediate & Baker County Middle School.
Contact Anne Lewis for more information at 259-7822.

ATTN: Third Grade Students and Parents.
Spring 2010 Grade Three FCAT Parent Reports have
arrived for Third Grade students only. Parents may
pick up the reports at their child's school's Front
Office between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00
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OPINION


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Letters are welcome, but must contain the signature of the writer, a telephone number and city of residence.
Letters must reflect opinions and statements on issues of current interest to the general public.
The newspaper reserves the right to reject any material which in the newspaper's judgement does not meet standards of publication.


----- LETTERS TO THE EDITOR -----


McCollum's views


are commendable


Dear Editor:
As a voter and taxpayer in
Baker County, I would like to
thank Baker County School
Board members Patricia Weeks
and Dwight Crews for recogniz-
ing the outstanding job their fel-
low board member Karen McCol-
lum is doing.
As Mrs. Weeks pointed out
in a recent board meeting, Mrs.
McCollum is using the knowl-
edge she gained in her private
business insurance and invest-
ments to raise questions about
the employee health care pro-
gram that was offered to the dis-
trict. In doing so, Mrs. McCollum
addressed many issues about the
way the program was handled,
with a specific emphasis on the
cost and benefits.
At the same board meeting,
Chairman Crews alluded to the
fact that policies and other busi-
ness that come before the board
are sometimes far beyond his
knowledge and understanding.
He said he relies on information
from staff members and/or con-
tractors to make decisions.
As Mrs. McCollum stated in a
recent newspaper article, it does
appear that board members just
"rubber stamp" matters that
come before them.
It sounds like Mrs. McCollum
and Mr. Crews are saying the
same thing.
We elect people to these posi-
tions with the expectation that


all board members will use their
personal knowledge and educa-
tion to make informed decisions.
It sounds like Mrs. McCollum is
the only one on the board living
up to that expectation.
During the most recent meet-
ing the board discussed, in great
detail, the issue of bullying. They
talked about training teachers to
deal with students, and putting
programs in place to prevent bul-
lying.
Imagine my surprise when,
near the end of the meeting, Mrs.
Weeks and Mr. Crews "bullied"
a fellow board member for dar-
ing to express her thoughts and
opinions. Mrs. Weeks even stated
that, "a little bit of knowledge is
dangerous."
I thought that as a member
of the board of education in our
community Mrs. Weeks would be
an advocate for knowledge. It is
a sad day when board members
have been in office so long that
they become out of touch with
what their actual purpose is in
the district, and they do things
that contradict their purpose
in an attempt to maintain their
comfortable position of "business
as usual."
Mrs. McCollum's recent state-
ments have long needed to be
said. It is about time the commu-
nity start demanding more from
other board members.
Leonard Davis
Macclenny


Look close to home for

next county manager

Dear Editor:
This letter is a response to an article in The Press several weeks ago
indicating two of our county commissioners seem to think we need to
look outside Baker County to fill the position of county manager.
This position has a yearly salary of $70,ooo-$90,00ooo. My ques-
tion to these commissioners is why would you want to look outside the
county to fill this type of position when there are numerous citizens
here more than qualified to fill it?
Why not keep the money here in Baker County so it could be spent
here instead of Duval, Clay, St. Johns or Columbia counties?
When these commissioners took their elected positions, did they
look outside the county for votes? No, the people of Baker County re-
spected them enough to elect them. Now, they need to show the citizens
the same respect and keep the money here.
I ask everyone who reads this letter to contact their county commis-
sioner and voice their opinion. Remind them that we are the reason
they have their positions and we demand respect for our county.
Hire within.
I am not a member of the local Tea Party, but I am a charter member
of the local Coffee Sippers.
William "Billy Boo" Marsh
Taylor


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Fans debate merits of 'football'

M Y SIC Not everyone is as excited about the World Cup as I am. There are plenty of people in the United States
VY SIDE OF who think soccer really isn't an American sport. It's a sport that is played by millions of people, but because
T M AR of its lack of scoring it hasn't caught on with the nation. So I thought I'd get my friend Denny Courson, who
THE M1 AT1TE is heard on 1010 XL in his radio show Gators and More, to join me in a point/counterpoint about the world's
ROBERT GERARD favorite game.


No, I really hate soccer
Denny Corson: "Why do you hate soccer?" I get
asked that question quite often when I go on one of
my anti-soccer rants. Most people think I am embel-
lishing when I start to talk about how I think youth
soccer is making us into a nation of wimps. I am not.
When I get started on how that guy yelling "GOAL-
LLLL" annoys me to no end, most people think I am
kidding. People never take my hatred for soccer seri-
ously. So, when I was asked to write this article about
why I hate soccer I figured I would give you my"Top
five reasons for hating soccer" in an effort to show
people just how serious I am.
VThey count backwards in soccer.The clock starts
at zero and goes up to 45 minutes. It's too confusing Denny Courson
to keep track of how much time is left. We Americans
like to have the score displayed on the scoreboard and the time remaining
in a period to be counted down. Math in sports is better left for things like
deciding when to go for a two point conversion or an on-side kick.
V Soccer players are not tough.These guys run around a field for 90 min-
utes kicking a ball, but there is no real contact. In fact, you get penalized for
touching someone in soccer.Thetruth is there is more violence in the stands
than on the field at most soccer matches. How they can call this sport"foot-
ball"everywhere but America is beyond my understanding.
American football players are beasts who physically battle each other for
four quarters. Soccer players run around avoiding each other for 90 minutes
and maybe there's a winner when they're done.The best soccer player would
be nothing more than a kicker in the real sport of America football.
VThere are no cheerleaders. I don'need to expound on this one.
V How can you take a sport seriously when there are no winners if the
score is tied at the end of regulation play? Most soccer moms will say that
soccer is the perfect sport because"no one has to lose." I say that is baloney.
There has to be a winner. Look at the USA vs. England match over the week-
end ending in a tie. Arguably the biggest match in decades for the United
States and no one gets to win. Vince Lombardi said it best:"If it doesn't mat-
ter who wins or loses, why bother to keep score?" Man up and play until
someone wins.
The fact that soccer belongs to the rest of the world is another reason I
don't care for it. Why is it so adored around the world? To quote the come-
dian Daniel Tosh:"lf you lived in a mud hut swatting flies all day, the idea of
running around a grass field and kicking a ball would sound like the greatest
pastime in the world to you, too.'
Let's face it, if America wanted to we could dedicate our athletic resources
to becoming the best in the world in soccer, but it just isn't that important to
us to dominate yet another sport. We have baseball, basketball, "real"foot-
ball, and even hockey to keep us entertained. Why do we need to take away
the pride of all of those third world nations? We let them have soccer so they
can believe they are better than America at something.
It is our gift to them.


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'What you had to say ..:'


We asked June 15: "How are you beat-
ing the HEAT?" Here's what our Facebook
fans had to say:

DonYonn
"Minimize sun exposure and drinking
lots of fluids and going to the lake helps:'

Judy Allen Carter:
"NOT well!"

Jennifer Sizemore Meadows
"Apparently not very well cuz our elec-
tric bill this month was crazy!"

Tammy Crawford McFarland
"Prayingfor ourwinter back. I HATETHE
HEAT! Baker County needs a pool opened
for the public NOTjustY members"'


Marsha Bennett
"Oh gosh, don't even ask that! There's
a 5 ton heat pump humming outside that
rarely even cuts off during the day ... I'll
probably have another heart attack when
I get my next electric bill, lol."

Judy Allen Carter
"Going North?!?"

Sue Morgan Gage Anderson
"Well since my light bill doubled $406,
I would like to say we are staying cool ...
But it is still hot in my house, I can't believe
summer isjust starting out and it is this hot
... Can't imagine July and August... Hurry
winter!!"


There's so much to love
Bob Gerard: Denny, I love soccer for many of the
reasons you hate it. Far from being an un-American
sport, soccer is the most democratic sport in the
world. Anyone can play it and enjoy it. Boy, girl, man
or woman all you need is a ball. In fact, you don't
even need a ball. In some parts of the world kids play
Sit with a tightly wound bundle of rags and play it with
jaw-dropping skill.
V There's no need for fancy equipment. A football
player wears so many pads and so much armor that
he's unrecognizable except for the number on his
back. Put him on a horse and he resembles a mounted
knight more than a sportsman. You could hit a foot-
Bob Gerard ball player with a tree limb and not hurt him, so don't
talk to me about tough.
V I love soccer because something is always happening. Football fans say
there's no action, but if you watch the game there's always action. From the
first whistle to the end, the game is always moving it only stops for fouls.
If you want soccer to look more like football, have the players run around for
15-20 seconds and then stand in a circle for 45 seconds doing nothing.Then
stop every little while for 10 minutes of beer commercials.
V Soccer fans make football fans look normal.Take the most rabid Raider
fan and put him up against soccer fans and he'll whither. I went to a game
in Buenos Aires where the fans on one end of the stadium jumped up and
down and sang for 90 minutes.They never stopped.
When Guatemala lost to El Salvador in a controversial World Cup qualifier
in the 50s the countries went to war for two weeks before the UN stopped
it. I can't see Gainesville going to war with Tallahassee no matter how much
they hate the result of a game.
V Soccer haters decry the lack of scoring, but that is the whole point. It's
hard to score, and when you do score it's a big deal. Joe Posnanski said in
Sports Illustrated that"a goal at the highest level is a miracle. It takes magic."
We have all watched football games where we knew that every time one
team or the other got the ball they were going to score. Where's the drama
in that? In the English FACup I've seen the world's biggest team, Manchester
United, crash out to a team of nobodies from the town of Wycombe, which
is about the size of Palatka.
V And even when there is no score it can be incredibly exciting. I watched
a 0-0 tie between Uruguay and France that was as tightly contested and nail-
biting as any 48-45 game between Boise State and BYU.
VYou're right, ties are frustrating but in championship games there are no
ties and that can be even more frustrating, and fascinating. For 90 minutes
soccer is the most team sport of all games and if it ends tied it goes to a 30
minute overtime. But then, if still tied, chaos ensues. A player with the ball
against a goalkeeper 15 yards away staring each other down with noth-
ing in between them except grass and air and the hopes of millions of fans.
Nothing in football can match it for sheer intensity.
V Hey, 2.6 billion World Cup viewers can't be wrong.


Laura Stafford-Jacobs
"The bad thing is, it's only June. Our
electric bill was through the roof and
I'm still miserable inside. For what I was
charged you'd think I'd have icicles hanging
from the rafters. I know that wasn't quite
the question, just had to vent about my
outrageous power bill."

Yovonne Anderson Ahrens
"Big hat and carry a water hose ... I
work outside lol.

Marsha Bennett
"Are y'all FPL or Clay Electric? Call for a
re-read of your meter ... They could have
over read it by 1,000 kwh ... If so, they'll
adjust your bill to reflect the error. If it's
right,ask them to check to see ifyou have a
short of some kind in your electrical wiring.
They're pretty good about doing that. Well,
at least they were when I worked at FPL.
Things may have undoubtedly changed
since then. I'm on Clay Electric now and
they have actually misread my meter be-
fore ... Thank God, it was an error and they


fixed it"

Lynn Harvey Hand
"Same thing here Laura and what sur-
prised uswhat ourwentup 150dollarsand
we had less people living at home now so
less laundry and utilities running. Every-
one I talked to this month on Clay Electric
so far had their bill go up. It isn't just the
heat because I am cold natured so I don't
like it too cold. Maybe Marsha has a point
about asking for a re-read. But to answer
the question we are heading for a week at
the beach next week. Sowe be roasting like
a lizard on a rock LOL.

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JOEL ADDINGTON
NEWS EDITOR
reporter@bakercountypress.com
Hurricane shutters are being
installed at a number of schools
buildings in the county, and just
in time for the 2010 hurricane
season.
The roughly $200,000 grant-
funded effort will add shutters
capable of withstanding hurri-
cane-force winds on a handful of
school district buildings at Keller
Intermediate, the Alternative
School nearby, and the middle
and high schools.
Six days after the official start
of the season, a task force special-
izing in emergency preparedness
projects like the shutter improve-
ments held its quarterly meeting
June 7.
Emergency management di-
rector Adam Faircloth attended
the annual Governor's Hurricane
Conference in Fort Lauderdale
in late May where predictions
about the severity of the impend-
ing storm season usually vary
widely.
"Not this year," he said dur-
ing the task force's mid-morning
gathering. "All the predictions
show an active season of 15 to
18 storms with three to four be-
ing high intensity category 3, 4
or 5 storms ... The question is


whether or not they make landfill
and where they make landfall."
In the coming years, Mr.
Faircloth said he hopes to pur-
sue grants to expand the shutter
retrofits to Fraser Memorial and
its clinic. It's one of two facilities
in the county with a generator
strong enough to simultaneously
power electricity and air condi-
tioning.
The other is at Macclenny El-
ementary, which has been fitted
with hurricane shutters but can-
not support people with special
medical needs.
Space at Fraser could become
a problem during a large-scale
disaster as well.
Mr. Faircloth said the Fraser
clinic could hold 50 to 60 people,
but there's twice that many on a
special needs list maintained by
emergency management.
During a large-scale disaster
with many injuries, much of the
hospital's shelter capacity could
be eliminated, noted David Rich-
ardson, who heads emergency
medical services for the county.
"We need a special needs
shelter," he said, suggesting that
Northeast Florida State Hos-
pital could serve that role. "We
have not faced a disaster on any
large scale, but we need a plan in
place."


Art teacher retiring


( always freely shared their own
wonderful lesson plans with me.
Later, I got to participate on a
curriculum writing committee
with them."
Hosting the annual student
art exhibition in May has always
been a special way to wrap up the
school year and cap off the work
and enthusiasm of her student's
imaginations and efforts.
Before the annual exhibition
was established, Ms. Harrell
made an effort to involve her stu-
dents in an arts consortium event
sponsored by Lake City Commu-
nity College. The consortium was
a professionallyjudged event and
she traveled with her students on
a school bus to Lake City to at-
tend the event. When they got
there they discovered that Baker
County High School art students
had received 13 awards.
"When we came back to the
school I had the bus pull right up
to the principal's office," said Ms.
Harrell. "I jumped out and went
in, waving the 13 blue ribbons
and saying, 'Look! Look what we
got!"'
The awards have been steady.
For the last 10 years the work of


Baker County students has often
been chosen for inclusion in the
Congressional Art Competition
sponsored by Florida Congress-
man Ander Crenshaw.
The grand winner of the 2010
Congressional Art Competition
held in May was Nichole Berry,
a Baker County art student. Ms.
Harrell was thrilled at Nichole's
accomplishment, and not entire-
ly surprised; she has long recog-
nized and nurtured this student's
enormous talent.
"What a great way to end my
career," she said.
But the brightest stars during
Ms. Harrell's last two years at the
high school were two former stu-
dents who joinrf school system
as art educators. Kari Rhoden is
teaching at Keller Intermediate
and Tiffany Armoreda, came on
board as a member of the high
school's art faculty.
"When Tiffany was my stu-
dent, I loved her spontaneity
and free style of painting. She
has inspired me to push beyond
the boundaries in my own work,
which I love," said Ms. Harrell.
"It's no small thing to have her
here. I know I'm leaving things in
very capable hands."


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he said.
The task force's next meeting
is scheduled for September 6 at
10:oo am. For more information
about the group or to be placed
on the special needs list, please
call 259-6111.
Anyone who may need as-
sistance evacuating their homes
during an emergency should be
placed on the list.




GetSe Meeting
Thursday, June 17
6-7:00 pm at City Hall
Guest Speaker: Tom P


Atop the task force's wish list
of projects is a mobile emergency
generator, which could be used
to power pump stations that keep
water flowing through the City of
Macclenny's utility lines, as well
as shelters.
Funding for that project has
not been available. A generator
strong enough to simultane-
ously run AC and electric outlets
could cost more than $50,000,

GOP meeting
All Baker County Republicans
are invited to attend the monthly
meeting of the Baker County Re-
publican Party on Tuesday, June
22 at the Mathis House on the
Glen St. Mary Nursery.
The meeting begins at 7:00
pm. For additional informa-
tion, please call Bill Krall at 259-
6568.


JOEL ADDINGTON
NEWS EDITOR
reporter@bakercountypress.com
The county's Code Enforce-
ment Board heard two cases
the evening of June 14 in which
property owners failed to obtain
permits for mobile homes and
gave them specific windows to do
so or face fines.
Phillip Lane's 6.6-acre Sand-
erson property at 15222 Jack
Dowling Circle has two residenc-
es, one on the road and another
placed at the rear in violation of
zoning rules permitting only one
unit per 7.5 acres.
That latter trailer, installed
sometime in 2007 or 2008 was
never permitted.
Despite notification of the vio-
lations in April by certified mail,
Mr. Lane did not appear before
the code board, which gave him
10 days to remove the mobile
home or face a $75 fine plus
$15 per day until the property is
brought into compliance, for a
maximum of 180 days.
Another mobile home was
placed at James Barton's 1-acre
property at 8151 Myrtis Barton
Lane southwest of Macclenny off
Woodlawn Road without a per-
mit roughly eight months ago.
The county's building depart-
ment placed a stop work order at
the site March 30.
Building department director
Bob Hathcox, who also serves as
the county's code enforcement
officer, said only a licensed mo-
bile installer can obtain a permit


from the county and that repairs
will likely be needed to correct
existing building code violations
linked to previous installation
work.
A mobile home permit is about
$140, though the county can
double the fee since Mr. Barton
failed to obtain the permit before
the trailer was placed.
Mr. Barton's nephew, Chris
Barton, appeared before the
board, saying he occasionally
lives in the trailer and his wife's
expecting a child any day. Due to
financial hardships, he said he
would need 30 to 60 days to hire
an installer to permit the trailer.
Board members provided a
60-day window for the property
to be brought into compliance
before fines begin for James Bar-
ton, the property owner.
The potential penalties mir-
rored the previous case at $75
plus $15 per day until the prop-
erty is in compliance, for a maxi-
mum of 180 days.
Both property owners were as-
sessed an $85 administrative fee
too. The fee is standard to help
recover code enforcement costs
incurred by the county.
A third case, in which property
owner Sheldon Crawford failed
to obtain a building permit for
a garage addition at 10893 Mud
Lake Road, did so the day of the
code board's meeting.
He was spared the $85 admin-
istrative fee, at the recommenda-
tion of Mr. Hathcox, due to Mr.
Crawford's financial hardship.


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1 BAKER COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD

AC installers uncover problems


PHOTO BY JOEL ADDINGTON

Dopson honored for 40

years as city manager
Macclenny City Manager Gerald Dopson (left) was presented with a plaque by
his brother and Macclenny Mayor Gary Dopson to commemorate 40 years in
the post the evening of June 8."I'm humbled by the opportunity to serve this
long," said the 68-year-old manager."It's been very rewarding:' Gerald Dopson
added that he has no plans to retire, "until I get tired of it, or people get tired
of me:'


Brawls break out in

west Macclenny, 13

accused of violence
Thirteen persons were either arrested or named in criminal com-
plaints for involvement in an outbreak of street fighting in the south-
west Macclenny neighborhood over a two-day period last week.
When sheriffs deputies converged on a disturbance involving an es-
timated 60 persons about 9:40 the evening of June 8, it was the fourth
time they were called to the neighborhood that day.
Deputy Matthew Sigers said this time the crowd had gathered near
the entrance of Keller Intermediate School, and police were advised of
gunshots heard in the vicinity.
Deputy Michael Hauge used a taser pistol on Michael Washington
Sr., 37, of Macclenny when the suspect refused to release his wife Tara,
who was being detained by Deputy Matt Sigers. The second deputy
said he was struck in the throat by Mr. Washington's elbow during a
scuffle, and that he used the taser charge after unsuccessful attempts
to restrain him.
Deputy Hauge also handcuffed Michael Washington Jr., 18, of Mac-
clenny, when he rushed in to assist his father and acted aggressively
when told to step back. The younger Mr. Washington had several facial
injuries he said were inflicted when kicked in the face by Francis Jack-
son, 40, of Macclenny.
She was arrested for felony battery; the elder Mr. Washington for
battery of an officer and his son was named in a criminal complaint for
a similar charge and released because of injuries to his eye and nose.
Others either arrested or named in complaints for disorderly con-
duct and fighting include Rodney Braziel, 18, Eddie Fields, 36, Latoya
Smith, 20, all of Macclenny; and Devon Moore, 20, of Jacksonville.
In other fights in that neighborhood:
Michael Daniel, 18, of Jacksonville, Joseph Johnson, 30, of Bald-
win and Terry Smith, 19, of Glen St. Mary were arrested by Deputy
Kevin Jenkins for disorderly conduct following a fight earlier the same
evening. It was at the corner of Minnesota and MLK and also drew a
large crowd.
A criminal complaint for felony battery named Phillip Givens, 25,
of Glen as the person who struck Joseph Reed, 21, of Macclenny at the
same location the evening of June 9.
The report by Deputy Daniel Nichols notes the assailant may have
had a heavy object wrapped by a bandage on his fist when he struck Mr.
Reed, who was treated at Fraser Hospital.


JOEL ADDINGTON
NEWS EDITOR
reporter@bakercountypress.com
The contractor constructing
classroom buildings at the high
school two decades ago appears
to have cut corners by not finish-
ing some walls and disconnecting
a power cable after inspection,
presumably because it didn't
work.
Another contractor installing
new heating, ventilation and air
conditioning [HVAC] systems at
the school today, Little & Wil-
liams of Lake City, made the dis-
coveries.
Denny Wells, the district's
facilities director, said he wasn't
sure about the identity of the
original contractor or the total
costs associated with fixing the
shoddy work. However, accord-
ing to the February 25, 1988
edition of The Press, the roughly
$10.9 million BCHS construction
project was awarded to T.H. Tay-
lor Inc. of Montgomery, Ala.
Mr. Wells informed the school
board about problems during
a workshop the afternoon of


June 7. He wanted to prepare
the board for two change orders
on the HVAC project that could
be forthcoming later this month
- one for roughly $5200 to com-
plete walls that weren't built all
the way to the roof of building 7,
and another for a yet unknown
amount to correct the power
cable problem at building 8.
"We have no idea why it was
done this way," said Mr. Wells in
reference to the unfinished walls,
none of which affect the struc-
tural integrity of the buildings.
Leaving them unfinished,
though, would make the new
HVAC systems less efficient and
could cause moisture problems
in the ceilings, he said.
The district could bid out com-
pletion of the walls or instruct
Little & Williams to move ahead
with the work using a change or-
der.
Bill Bishop, the district's ar-
chitect, recommended a change
order because bidding could de-
laythe project bytwo months and
possibly lead to conflicts between
contractors working at the same
site at the same time. He also said


Armed driver didn't stop


A Sanderson man was jailed
late on June 7 after a county dep-
uty found a loaded pistol on the
front floorboard of his car.
Deputy Matt Sigers said he
got behind a 2000 Volvo driven
by Roosevelt Paige, 49, after
it rolled past a stop sign at CR
229 and Friendship place just
after 11:00. Mr. Paige continued
northbound on 229 to his resi-
dence and parked the vehicle in a
garage after failing to stop on the
road when the deputy turned on
lights and siren.
The officer found a loaded
.357 magnum revolver on the
driver side floor. He also charged
Mr. Paige with reckless driving,
failure to stop and not wearing a
seat belt.
In other arrests the past
week:
Deputy Kevin Jenkins ar-
rested Kenneth Barron, 20, of
Macclenny in the early morning
hours of June 12 after learning
he was driving on North 2nd St.
with a license that had been sus-
pended 18 times as an habitual
offender.
He stopped the Chevrolet
Blazer driven by the suspect
while on routine patrol.
Christina Pilgrim-Webb, 34,
of Macclenny was arrested early
on June 12 on multiple charges
after her 2000 Chevrolet pickup
became stuck on private prop-
erty off Nancy Williams Dr. near
Sanderson.
Deputy Daniel Nichols said the
suspect was loud and belligerent


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when questioned about 5:00 am,
and a half hour earlier had been
at a nearby residence where her
behavior was described as "ner-
vous and agitated."
She was jailed for disorderly
conduct and possession of a crack
pipe found in her vehicle.
Deputy John Hardin ar-
rested three Jacksonville men for
loitering or prowling in an area
off Mud Lake Rd. about midnight
on June 9.
The suspects gave several
conflicting stories as to why they
were in the sparsely populated
area and why their SUV was
parked in the right-of-way on
Jim Starling Rd.
They were identified as Thur-
mond Strickland, 20, the owner
of the vehicle, Jeremy Gallinger,
19, and Matthew Dobson, 21.


that given the recent discoveries,
more problems could surface at
other buildings where new HVAC
systems are planned.
"I like the bid process more
than change orders," said board
member Paul Raulerson. "I like
to know we have a competitive
price."
BCHS principal Tom Hill
pleaded on behalf of staff and
students at the school to com-
plete the project before the end
of summer break.
"It is hot in those classrooms
now," he said. "When we come
back in August, it will be very hot
... If we can do anything to avoid
slowing down this process, I'd
like to do that."
Less definitive is the power
cable problem at building 8.


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Mr. Bishop explained that the
"big cable" of several hundred
feet was found disconnected be-
hind a panel in violation of build-
ing codes.
He said it could be that a mal-
functioning cable that was con-
nected to pass inspection, but
later disconnected so it wouldn't
cause an electrical short.
He suggested having the cable
tested to determine if it works. If
it does, the cable could simply be
reconnected, but if not, it would
need replacement.
"At this point, it's an un-
known," he told the board of the
potential replacement cost.
The school board's next meet-
ing is June 21 at 6:30 pm in its
board room on South Boulevard
in Macclenny.


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Warrant is sought in stabbing


Sanderson girlfriend denies domestic attack


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A warrant for aggravated bat-
tery was to be sought early this
week for a Sanderson woman
who allegedly stabbed her live-in
boyfriend during an argument
early on June 12 at their resi-
dence off Jefferson Circle.
Machel Givens, 44, stabbed
Keith Jefferson, 53, in the upper
right chest with a pocket knife
that she retrieved from a back
bedroom after he ordered her to
leave the residence, the victim
told police later.
The wound was sufficient to
send Mr. Jefferson to Shands
Jacksonville, where he was treat-
ed and released the same day
in time to call police back to the
neighborhood north of Sander-
son when Ms. Givens returned.
In a subsequent interview with
Deputy Daniel Nichols, Ms. Giv-
ens denied the allegation and in-
sisted the boyfriend came at her
with a knife and inflicted a small
scratch on her left forearm. She
then said she turned the knife
around in Mr. Jefferson's hand
and stabbed him in self-defense.
The victim was re-interviewed
and insisted his earlier account
to Deputy Brandon Kiser was the
accurate version of events that
morning just after 3:00 when he
was stabbed.
In other incidents involving
domestic violence:
Joseph York was arrested
for battery of Georgina Tillman,


29, of Sanderson during an argu-
ment in their van off God's Acre
Lane near Taylor about noon on
June 7.
The argument apparently
started after one of several chil-
dren with the couple spilled a
fruit drink in the vehicle, an-
gering Ms. Tillman, who then
doused the children and Mr. York
with water.
He allegedly caused a head
laceration when he pulled her
hair and restrained her by forc-
ing her against a car door.
John Yeomans, 48, of Mac-
clenny was named in a complaint
for domestic battery for allegedly
attacking his estranged girlfriend
Paula Rosier, 39, the evening of
June 13.
Ms. Rosier told Deputy Matt
Sigers she met her ex-boyfriend
at a residence off Washington
St. about 6:00 for a property ex-
change. Mr. Yeomans is accused
of forcibly removing a ring from
her finger and slapping her.
Interviewed later, Mr. Yeo-
mans denied the girlfriend's ver-
sion of events, saying only that
they met and she delivered the
ring.
A Macclenny motorist was
arrested for aggravated battery
for striking a 17-year-old girl with
her Ford Expedition during a
confrontation off MLK Dr. about
10:30 pm on June to.
Frances Jackson, 40, is also


Pawns stolen goods


A Macclenny man who had
been working at a residence off
Crews Rd. on June 7 has been
charged with the theft of a fin-
ish nailer and woman's ring that
were later pawned.
John Hart, 22, was arrested
two days later for grand theft and
dealing in stolen property. He is
accused of taking a woman's ring
valued at $606 and the nailer
worth $180 from the residence
of Jeffery Taylor.
Investigator Steve Harvey
of the sheriff's department said
the suspect arranged to have the
items brought to Baker Gun and
Gold Pawn in Macclenny on June
7. Mr. Hart said he paid Fredrick
Yokum Jr. $5 to pawn the items,
which were later recovered and
returned to Mr. Taylor.
The victim told Investigator
Harvey he suspected Mr. Hart
because he had been at the ad-
dress, and the accused initially
denied knowledge of the thefts.
In other recent theft cases:
A central air conditioning
unit was taken and interior wir-
ing stripped from the walls of an
unoccupied house off B.F. Finley
Circle near Olustee between May
26 and June 9.
A representative of Citi Mort-
gage who regularly checks on the
residence estimated damage and
loss at the house at $4000. He
told police the premises has been
empty for some time.
Mary Wilson reported a .22
caliber pistol was taken from


the bedroom of her residence off
Robin Lane near Glen St. Mary
sometime during a month-long
period ending June 4.
She named a relative as a po-
tential suspect.
A hammer drill and bits val-
ued at $900 were taken from a
parked pickup truck at the resi-
dence offJody McDowell on Pine
Top Rd. near Glen between June
4-7.
The equipment was in a red
case marked with the initials
"SLC."
Someone entered the rear
yard of Monica Bernardo's resi-
dence off CR 229 south during
the early morning of June 5 and
took nine trash bags filled with
aluminum cans. The scrap has a
value of $45.
Two subjects who ran from
the scene the evening of June 9
were attempting to remove a gen-
erator from a 1983 Chevrolet mo-
tor home parked on the property
of Alice and Lonzie Lauramore
on CR 127 north.
It also appeared they at-
tempted to steal gas from a 1986
Chevrolet belonging to Rhonda
O'Brien of Macclenny. It was
parked next to the motor home.
The suspects fled south on
foot to a waiting vehicle on Bluff
Creek Rd.
A bicycle valued at $90 was
taken from the residence of Tere-
sa Vaughan on West Macclenny
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charged with fleeing police by
refusing to stop when Deputy
Patrick McGauley got behind the
Expedition in north Macclenny
shortly after the incident. She
ran through two stop signs before
pulling over at 4th St. and Ohio.
Three other occupants of the
SUV were charged with disor-
derly conduct for interfering with
officers during questioning about
the confrontation on MLK and an
earlier one at the KFC restaurant
on South 6th where the victim
works.


The girl told Deputy Jason
Bryan the SUV lurched forward
as she walked in front of it, strik-
ing her mid-section. She was
checked out at Fraser Hospital's
emergency room.
One of the occupants, Latoya
Smith, 20, of Macclenny was
booked on a charge of resisting
without violence for walking
away from Deputy McGauley
during questioning. The remain-
ing two are juvenile females, one
from Macclenny and the other
from Jacksonville.


al Notices


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE EIGHTH
CUIT, IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY,
CASE NO.: 02-2010-CA-0102 FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
N RE: GENE HARVEY, as Case No. 02-2010-CP-24


TAX COLLECTOR OF
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA


IN RE: ESTATE OF
HOWARD ROSCOE SWEARINGEN
Deceased.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the Estate of Howard Roscoe
Swearingen, Deceased, whose date of death was
April 19, 2010, is pending in the Circuit Court for
Alachua County, Florida, Probate Division, the ad-
dress of which is 339 East Macclenny Avenue, Mac-
clenny, Florida 32603. The names and addresses
of the Personal Representative and the Personal
Representative's Attorney are set forth below.
All Creditors of the Decedent and other persons
having claims or demands against Decedent's Es-
tate on whom a copy of this Notice is required to be
served must file their claims with this Court WITHIN
THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other Creditors of the Decedent and other per-
sons having claims or demands against Decedent's
Estate must file their claims with this Court WITHIN
3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OFTHE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PE-
RIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS
OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this Notice is June
10, 2010.
Attorney for Personal Representative:
SCRUGGS& CARMICHAEL, P.A.
By: Virginia E. Griffis, Esq.
Florida Bar No. 761931
4041 N.W. 37th Place, Suite B
Gainesville, Florida 32606
Tele.: 352/374-4120
Fax: 352/378-9326
Personal Representative:
Amy D. Walker
P. Box 1613
Glen St. Mary, Florida 32040
6/10-6/17
Baker County Board of Commissioners
Timber Bid Shoals Park
Dear Prospective Bidder:
Generally, this proposed sale involves a 356 acre
tract with approximately 207 acres of 5th row, log-
ger select improvement thinning, and approximately
149 acres of clear cut. These properties are located
in Sections 1, 2, 3, and 10, of Township 2 South,
Range 21 East and Section 35, Township 3 South,
Range 21 East, in Baker County Florida.
Total sale volume is estimated to be 25,000 tons
MOL.
Stand 1 is approximately 207 acres of planted slash
pine to be harvested with a 5th row thinning with se-
lections from the four residual rows to be removed.
Removal priority determination will be to remove
diseased, suppressed, forked, and poorly- formed
trees.
Stand 2 is approximately 5 acres of planted slash
pine along a high visibility area typically adjacent to
roads and nature trails. This area is to be clear cut.
Stand 3 is a 39 acre stand of planted slash pine to be
the clear cut. This stand is moderately dry and ad-
jacent to residential development. A 25 foot natural
buffer is to be kept adjacent to the residential areas
located on the east and south sides of the property.
Stand 4 is a 105 acre plot composed of stands
of 18- year old bedded slash pine on very poorly
drained soils. This area is to be clear cut.
This sale also includes timber to be removed from
within three, Y2 acre logging decks and their associ-
ated skid trails. Such locations will be designated
by the County in cooperation with the successful
bidder.
The ultimate goal and final use of the property is
the creation of a natural looking stand of healthy,
good form trees.
The successful bidder will be required to be State of
Florida Certified to perform the services specified in
this advertisement.
It is anticipated this will be a six month contract.
The successful bidder will be required to submit
a lump-sum advance payment of $50,000. The
County will offset the advanced payment against
timber receipts due to the County until such time as
the advanced payment is exhausted. All additional
payments to the County will be made weekly based
upon receipts
Interested parties please contact the Baker County
Administration Office at 55 North 3rd Street, Mac-
clenny, FL, (904) 259-3613 for a bid packet.
This is a sealed bid sale; no faxed, emailed or ver-
bal bids will be accepted after; no faxed, emailed
or verbal bids shall be accepted. The Baker County
Board of County Commissioners reserves the right
to reject all bids.
All bids shall be submitted by 10:00AM on June 17,
2010 in a sealed envelope marked and addressed
as follows:
Shoals Timber Bid
Baker County Board of County Commissioners
55 North 3rd Street
Macclenny, FL 32063
6/3-6/17


NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Delinquent Taxpayer Receiving This Notice
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Petition for Vali-
dation of Tax Warrants issued for unpaid 2008, Bak-
er 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 2008
Personal Property Taxes as assessed against you.
Upon ratification and confirmation of the petition by
the Court, the Tax Collector shall be authorized to
issue atax warrant against you, and levy upon, seize
and sell so much of your personal property as nec-
essary to satisfy the delinquent taxes, plus costs,
interest, attorney's fees, and other charges.
YOU WILL BE DISMISSED AS A PARTY TO THIS
ACTION WITHOUT ANY COURT APPEARANCE BY
YOU IF YOU PAY SAID DELINQUENT 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 MATTER.
You are further notified that a Final Hearing will be
held in this matter on the 23rd day of June, 2010,
at the Baker County Courthouse in Macclenny, Bak-
er County, Florida, at 11:50 a.m. before the Honor-
able Phyllis M. Rosier, Circuit Judge, at which time
you or your attorney may present you objections, if
any, to issuance of the Tax Warrant against you. The
amount of the assessment oramount of taxes levied
have been paid or not.
A copy of the Petition filed herein may ne obtained
at the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in Mac-
clenny, Baker County, Florida, upon request.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this Court on this
29th day of April, 2010.
LIST OF DEFENDANTS
1.08-5001805
FIBERSTEAM CARPET CLEANING
6166 Adams Rd.
Macclenny, FL 32063
2. 08-05003285
MACCLENNY LIQUORS, INC.
303 Macclenny Ave
Macclenny, FL 32063
3. 08-5003298
MACCLENNY PEDIATRICS
28 Macclenny Ave. W.
Macclenny, FL 32063
4. 08-5004790
TAYLOR INSURANCE
PO. Box 988
Macclenny, FL 32063
5.08-5005524
L & L COUNTRY CLIPPERS
43 W. Macclenny Ave.
Macclenny, FL 32063
6. 08-5005551
BATY PAINTING
16038 Stokes Rd.
Macclenny, FL 32063
7. 08-5005561
BEST BUY INSURANCE SERVICES
209 E. Macclenny Ave.
Macclenny, FL 32063
8.08-5005711
EROSION STOPPERS
7600 Nutty Butty Ln
Glen St. Mary, FL 32040
9.08-5007443
KC EARTHMOVERS INC.
7600 Nutty Butty Ln
Glen St. Mary, FL 32040
10. 08-5007538
DA VI NAILS
2097 West 3500 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84119
11.08-5007608
YMA ENTERPRISES OF NE FL INC
6080 Copper Dr.
Macclenny, FL 32063
AL FRASER,
As CLERK OF THE COURT
BY: Jamie Crews
Deputy Clerk
5/27-6/17
Notice is hereby given:

Stevie L. Gibson
Last known address of:
PO. BOX 1422
Glen St. Mary, FL 32040
Carlin E. Mobley
Last known address of:
PO. BOX 1092
Glen St. Mary, FL 32040
Anthony L. Duncan
Last known address of:
4375 Confederate Point Rd.
Jacksonville, FL 32210
Lee Battles Jr.
Last known address of:
PO. BOX 1824
Macclenny, FL 32063
You are hereby notified that your eligibility to vote
is in question. You are required to contact the Su-
pervisor of Elections, in Macclenny, Florida, no later
than thirty (30) days after the date of this publish-
ing. Failure to respond will result in a determination
of ineligibility by the Supervisor and your name will
be removed from the statewide voter registration
system. If further assistance is needed, contact the
Supervisor of Elections at the below listed address
or call 904-259-6339.
Nita D. Crawford
Baker County Supervisor of Elections
PO. BOX 505
Macclenny, Florida 32063
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 02-2010-CA-0085
PATRICIA L. FISH, as Trustee of the
BENJAMIN F. FISH REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST,
And PATRICIA L. FISH, as Trustee of the
PATRICIA L. FISH REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
ROYW. CLARK and
ANDREA M. CLARK,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to a Fi-
nal Judgment of Foreclosure entered in the above
styled cause, in the Circuit Court of Baker County,
Florida, I will sell the property situated in Baker
County, Florida, described as follows:
Parcel ID# 25-2S-21-0115-0000-0280
Part of the NE 1 of the SW 1 of Section
25, Township 2 South, Range 21 East,
Baker County, Florida, and being more
particularly described as follows: Com-
mence at the Northwest corner of said NE
% of the SW %; thence North 87013'48"
East, on the North line thereof a distance
of 588.30 feet; thence South 2046'12"
East a distance of 226.67; thence North
87013'48" East parallel to said North line
a distance of 245.5 feet to the Pont of Be-
ginning; thence continue North 87013'48"
East parallel to said North line a distance
of 74.34 feet; thence North 0047'07" West
a distance of 10.81 feet; thence North
87013'48" East a distance of 56.0 feet;
thence South 6010'00" West a distance
of 207.53 feet; said point lying on a curve
concave Southerly, and having a radius of
325 feet, and a central angle of 16048'29";
thence Westerly around said curve an arc
distance of 95.34 feet; said arc being sub-
tended by a chord bearing and distance of
North 84021'58" West 95.0 feet; thence
South 87013'48" West a distance of 45.5
feet; thence North 2046'12" West a dis-
tance of 180.33 feet to the Point of Begin-
ning; containing 0.51 acres more or less.
TOGETHER WITH a 1988, West, SWMH
ID# GAFLH75AO2776WE.
at public sale, to the highest and best bidder, for
cash, at the front door of the Baker County Court-
house, Macclenny, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on July
12, 2010.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Court on this
14 day of June, 2010.
T.A. "AL" FRASER
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Jamie Crews
Deputy Clerk
Frank E. Maloney, Jr, PA.
Attorney for Plaintiff
445 East Macclenny Avenue
Macclenny, FL 32063
6/17-6/24
GUBU PUBLIC HEARING NU IIC-
1st Public Hearing Notice

The Baker County Board of Commissioners is
considering applying to the Florida Department of
Community Affairs (DCA) for a FFY 2009 Small Cit-
ies Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)
of up to $750,000. These funds must be used for
one of the following purposes:
1. To benefit low and moderate income per-
sons;
2. To aid in the prevention or elimination of
slums or blight; or
3. To meet other community development
needs of recent origin having a particular urgency
because existing conditions pose a serious and im-
mediate threat to the health or welfare of the com-
munity and where other financial resources are not
available to meet such needs.
The categories of activities for which these funds
may be used are in the areas of housing, neighbor-
hood revitalization, commercial revitalization, or
economic development and include such improve-
ment activities as acquisition of real property,
loans to private-for-profit business, purchase of
machinery and equipment, construction of infra-
structure, rehabilitation of houses and commercial
buildings, and energy conservation. Additional
information regarding the range of activities that
may be undertaken will be provided at the public
hearing. For each activity that is proposed, at least
70% of the funds must benefit low and moderate
income persons.
In developing an application for submission to
DCA, the Baker County Board of Commissioners
must plan to minimize displacement of persons as
a result of planned CDBG activities. In addition, the
Baker County Board of Commissioners is required
to develop a plan to assist displaced persons.
A public hearing to receive citizen views concern-
ing the community's economic and community de-
velopment needs will be held at the Baker County
Administration Building, 55 North Third Street,
Macclenny, FL 32063 on Friday, June 25, 2010 at
10:00 am. For information concerning the public
hearing contact Ann Yarborough, Secretary to
the Board, 55 North Third Street, Macclenny, FL
32063. Telephone (904) 259-3613. E-mail: anny@
bakercountyfl.org.
The public hearing is being conducted in a handi-
capped accessible location. Any handicapped
person requiring an interpreter for the hearing
impaired or the visually impaired should contact
Ann Yarborough, at least two (2) calendar days
prior to the meeting and an interpreter will be
provided. Any non-English speaking person wish-
ing to attend the public hearing should contact Ms.
Yarborough at least two (2) calendar days prior to
the meeting and a language interpreter will be pro-
vided. Any handicapped person requiring special
accommodation at this meeting should contact
Ms. Yarborough at least two (2) calendar days
prior to the meeting.
6/17-6/24
ALL SAFE MINI STORAGE
190 SOUTH LOWDER STREET
MACCLENNY, FLORIDA 32063
904-259-3565
The following units containing household items
such as furniture, appliances, etc., will be sold by
public auction at 9:00 am June 26, 2010 to satisfy
back rent. The following tenants can claim their
property back if rent is paid before this date:
Name Unit #
Gloria Farmer 5
Andrea Mann 32
6/17-6/24


TO: JENNIFER LYNN BARRETT
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
125E. ORANGE STREET
BALDWIN, FL 32234

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been filed
against you and that you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on
Christopher Brian Barrett whose address is 125 E.
Orange Street, Baldwin, Florida 32234 on or before
June 28, 2010 and file the original with the clerk of
this court at 339 E. Macclenny Avenue, Macclenny
FL 32063 before service on Petitioner or immedi-
ately thereafter If you fail to do so, a default may
be entered against you for the relief demanded
in the petition.
Copies of all court documents in this case, includ-
ing orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office. You may review these documents
upon request.
You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Court's
office notified of your current address. (You may
file Notice of Current Address, Florida Supreme
Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915.). Future
papers in this lawsuit will be mailed to the address
on record at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules
of Procedure, requires certain automatic disclosure
of documents and information. Failure to comply
can result in sanctions, including dismissal or
striking of pleadings.
Dated: April 23, 2010.


6/3-6/24


Clerk of the Court
By: Jamie Crews
Deputy Clerk


Thursday, tune 17,2010




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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 02-2010-CA-0084
PATRICIA L. FISH, as Trustee of the
BENJAMIN F FISH REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST,
And PATRICIA L. FISH, as Trustee of the
PATRICIA L. FISH REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
ROYW. CLARK and
ANDREA M. CLARK,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to a Fi-
nal Judgment of Foreclosure entered in the above
styled cause, in the Circuit Court of Baker County,
Florida, I will sell the property situated in Baker
County, Florida, described as follows:
Parcel ID# 12-3S-20-0050-0009-0030
A part of Block 9, and a part of Church
Street (a 50 foot right of way, not open on
the ground), Town of Sanderson, accord-
ing to plat thereof recorded in Plat Book
1, page 38 of the Public Records of Baker
County, Florida and being more particu-
larly described as follows: A part of Lots
2 and 4 and all of Lot 3 of Block 9, Town
of Sanderson, according to Plat thereof
recorded in Plat Book 1, page 38 of the
Public Records of Baker County, Florida,
and being more particularly described as
follows: Begin at the NW corner of said
Block 9, thence run South 20046'54" E
along the Easterly right of way line of
County Road No. 229 (a 100 foot right
of way) a distance of 157.19 feet to the
Southerly line of a 25 foot ditch easement
per State Road Department Map, Road
No. S-229, Section No. 2759-150; thence
run N 69024'06" E along said South-
erly line of ditch easement a distance
of 139.00 feet; thence run N 20046'54"
West a distance of 157.44 feet to the
Northerly line of said Block 9; thence run
S 69018'00" W, along said Northerly line
of Block 9 a distance of 139.00 feet to the
Point of Beginning. Containing 0.50 acres
more or less.
AND
A part of Lots 2, 5 and 6 and all of Lot 1,
Block 9, Town of Sanderson according to
the Plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 1,
page 38 of the Public Records of Baker
County, Florida and being more particu-
larly described as follows: Begin at the
NE corner of said Block 9, thence run
South 6918'00" W along the Northerly
line of said Block 9 a distance of 147.30
feet; thence run South 20046'54" E a
distance of 157.44 feet to the Southerly
line of a 25 foot ditch easement per State
Road Department Map, Road No. S-229,
Section No. 2759-150; thence run North
69024'06" East along said Southerly line
of ditch easement a distance of 146.01
feet to the Westerly right of way line of
County Road No. 127 (a 100 foot right of
way); thence N 20018'42" W along said
Westerly right of way line a distance of
157.70 feet to the Point of Beginning.
Containing 0.53 acres more or less.
at public sale, to the highest and best bidder, for
cash, at the front door of the Baker County Court-
house, Macclenny, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on July
12, 2010.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Court on this
14 day of June, 2010.
T.A. "AL" FRASER
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Jamie Crews
Deputy Clerk
Frank E. Maloney, Jr., PA.
Attorney for Plaintiff
445 East Macclenny Avenue
Macclenny, FL 32063
6/17-6/24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
CASE NO.: 10000152DR
CHRISTOPHER BRIAN BARRETT,
Petitioner,

and


JENNIFER LYNN BARRETT,
Respondent,
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE





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Students exposed


to classmate's bird

Macaw named Nero


KELLEY LANNIGAN
FEATURES
features@bakercountypress.com
Amber Simmons had long
wanted to share her unusual
pet with her classmates at Baker
County Middle School.
A special "show and tell" pro-
gram on the next to last day of the
school year seemed the perfect
opportunity.
Teacher Tara Rhoden gave
permission for her sixth grade
students to receive a visit from
Nero, a large macaw.
When Nero came for his very
first visit to the middle school, he
arrived swaddled in a towel, car-
ried by Ms. Simmons' mother,
Carmie McInarnay.
Nero didn't seem to mind
being bundled up. In fact, he
seemed to like it. The big bird
looked content and seemed
happy to snuggle like a baby in a
blanket.
In the classroom, off came the
towel, to the delight of the stu-
dents, many of whom had never
seen a live macaw.
Ms. McInarnay told students
about the bird who sat perched on
an inch-wide section of tree limb.
Ms. Simmons slowly walked him
up and down between the rows of
desks so that students could get


a close look. The macaw's plum-
age was brilliant blue, green and
yellow and his zebra-like leath-
ery eye patches were black and
white.
Although Nero was on his best
behavior Mrs. McInarnay cau-
tioned students about touching
him.
"A macaw is capable of a bite
that can equal 300 pounds of
pressure," Ms. Simmons added.
The students were quiet and
respectful and Nero, who be-
haved splendidly, was a perfect
gentleman.
Nero is 13 years old, relatively
young for a macaw. Students
learned that in the wild, macaws
live very long lives, typically
about 50 years.
They can make rewarding pets
if properly cared for and often
bond strongly with their owners.
The birds can be very entertain-
ing as they are natural show-offs
and great mimics of the human
voice.
Nero had another owner pre-
viously, but has adjusted well to
his new home.
"It took about a month before
he really warmed up to us and
trusted us. Now he's a regular
member of our family," said
Mrs. McInarnay. "When he says
goodbye to one of us as we leave


the house, he even imitates that
person's voice."
He patiently tolerates the oth-
er household pets which include a
bulldog. Since he stays in his cage
at night, Nero is allowed to crawl
around on the outside of his cage
during the day for exercise.
Ms. Simmons said he seldom
leaves it, but occasionally when
the dogs are present he causes a


Market expands entertainment
Vendor participation is
growing at the Baker Coun-
ty Farmer's Market and so
are the entertainment offer-
ings. Beginning with seven
vendor booths, the market
featured 14 booths June 5
and 12 the following week.
"We had more vegetable
vendors this past week
than we've ever had be-
fore," said market co-chair
and Chamber of Commerce
director Darryl Register. En-
tertainment scheduled for
the coming weeks include
Gospel songs from Steve
Combs on June 19 and his
protege Clay Brooker June
26. That day will also feature
story-telling from the Emily
Taber library and pet adop-
tions from the animal shel-
ter. On the first Saturday in
July, Bluegrass Breeze will
return and a bounce house
will available for children. A
safety day with Macclenny
fire department and EMS
demonstration, free blood
pressure checks, care seat
safety checks and blood
drive will take place July 17.
PHOTO BY JUD JOHNSON


Fleeing man violated probation


A Macclenny man who ran
from a county deputy when asked
for identification on a south city
street corner turned up wanted
on a warrant for violating proba-
tion.
Deputy Kevin Jenkins said he
approached Rodrick Roberts, 23,
in a crowd of males congregated
about 11:oo pm on June 11 at
Grissholm and South Boulevard,
and the suspect jumped a nearby
fence and ran. He was arrested
trying to enter his nearby resi-
dence on South Boulevard.
The deputy said he was patrol-
ling the area that night because of
a recent outbreak of fighting that
resulted in several other arrests
and some injuries.


He also charged Mr. Roberts
with resisting arrest without
violence, loitering and having a
small amount of marijuana that
he allegedly tossed to the ground
while fleeing.
Police both on patrol and at
county jail arrested several oth-
ers the past week on outstanding
warrants, among them Graylin
McKellum, 23, at his Macclenny
residence after deputies were
called there for a disturbance.
He was wanted in Duval
County for failure to pay child
support.
SBruce Faugue, 38, an inmate
at county jail, was re-arrested
June 9 on a warrant from Fort
Lauderdale for possession of co-


an aaiabl t m m ^ ^go t g h*eir S li. S c,


caine with intent to sell.
Steven Ortiz, 38, of St.
George, GA, was re-arrested at
county jail on a Marion County
warrant charging four counts of
forgery.
Melvin Mann, 28, of Mac-
clenny, was in county jail on
June 9 when served with a Du-
val County warrant for no valid
driver's license and possession of
drug paraphernalia.


little mischief.
"He'll climb down from it
sometimes and playfully bite at
the dogs' feet," she said. "They
just ignore him."
Nero likes to play with the
jewelry and earrings of the per-
son holding him.
"Anything shiny," said Ms.
MacInarnay.
A favorite game is to mimic


PHOTO BY KELLEY LANNIGAN


the sound of a blow drier while
burrowing his face into some-
one's hair and shaking it back
and forth.
When asked what a macaw
eats, Ms. Simmons listed some of
Nero's favorite foods.
"He loves peanuts, fruit, broc-
coli, lettuce and strawberries,"
she said.


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Pamela Daniels,
48, of Macclenny
Pamela Dianne Daniels, 48,
of Macclenny died May 31,2010.
She was born October 13, 1961
to the late Elder Leonzer Dan-
iels Sr. and
Missionary
Lonnie Bell
Daniels.
She was a
graduate of

ty High
School's
class of
1979. Ms.
Daniels
then went
to Sante Fe Pamela Daniels
Community
College where she received her
CDA National Children's Devel-
opmental Association certifica-
tion. She then served 20 years at
North East Community Action
Agency and Episcopal Children's
Services as an early childhood
developmental teacher under
the supervision of the late Ms.
Doretha Jones.
She received Christ as her per-
sonal savior at an early age and
served as a faithful choir mem-
ber at New Jerusalem COGIC in
Margaretta, later joining Cru-
saders for Christ in Sanderson.
At the time of her death she was
a member of Faith Bible Church
in Sanderson.
She was preceded in death by
sister Better Gilbert and brother
Leonzer Daniels Jr.
Survivors include daughters
Anita Taylor of Macclenny, An-
tionette Daniels of Jacksonville
and Kiesha Daniels of Marga-
retta; foster children Kiesha,
Andrew and Fatima Dumas of
Jacksonville; sisters Dorothy M.
(Sylvester) Ford of Sanderson;
Pastor PriscillaAkins ofAugusta,
GA, Jenell Williams of Jackson-
ville, Prophetess Sonya (Pastor
Kennard) Badger of Yemassee,
SC; brothers Willie (Delorise)
Daniels of Jacksonville, Elder
Joshua (Martha) Daniels and
Nelson Daniels, both of Orlan-
do, Floyd Daniels and Mardy
Daniels, both of Sanderson;
three grandchildren; one broth-
er-in-law; one aunt; two uncles,
one god daughter, many special
friends, nieces, nephews and
friends.
The funeral service was held
June 5 at lo:oo am at Emman-
uel church of God in Christ with
Pastor Videll Williams offici-
ating. Haile Funeral Home of
Starke was in charge of arrange-
ments.

MACCLENNY
CHURCH OF CHRIST
573 S. 5th St. 259-6059
Sunday Bible Study 9:45 am
Fellowship 10:30 am -11:00 am
Worship Services
11:00 am
J.r Wed. Bible Study
-"L 7:30 pm
.T Minister
S- Sam F. Kitching



CONGREGATIONAL
METHODIST CHURCH
CR 127 N. of Sanderson
Sunday School 10:00 am
Sunday I'orning Service 11:00 am
Sunday Night Service 6:00 pm
Wed. Night Service 7:30 pm
Pastor Allen Crews
Assistant Pastor Timothy Alford
Youth Pastor Brian Poole


Loretta Fida,
70, dies June 8
Loretta Mae Fida, 70, of Mac-
clenny died June 8, 2010 at St.
Vincent's Medical Center in
Jacksonville following an ex-
tended ill-
ness. Mrs.
Fida was
a native of
Clearfield,
Pennsylva-

Macclenny
for the past
twenty-one
years. She
worked for
Macclenny Loretta Fida
Products
for 20 years and also at the Fam-
ily Dollar Store in Macclenny.
Survivors include daughter
Teri M. High of Macclenny; son
Ronald Fulmer of Sacramento,
Kentucky; sister Polly Frantz of
Hiddinte, NC; three grandchil-
dren; one great-grandchild.
The memorial service for
Mrs. Fida was held June 14 at
4:oo pm at the chapel of Guerry
Funeral Home with Rev. Frank-
lin Griffis officiating. Interment
will follow at a later date. Guerry
Funeral Home was in charge of
arrangements.
Bettie Hodges
dies on June 8
Bettie Jean Hodges, 69, of
Macclenny died June 8, 2010 at
the home of her loving daugh-
ter Mandy Sweat. Mrs. Hodges
was a native of Olustee and re-
sided in Baker County all of her
life. She was the daughter of the
late Marvin and Lizzie Brannen
Johns. She was employed with
Blair Nursery and also the Days
Inn of Macclenny.
Mrs. Hodges loved the Ga-
tors and was a member of Cal-
vary Baptist Church. She was
preceded in death by daughter
Sandy Sweat.
Survivors include daugh-
ters Mandy (Andy) Sweat and
Betty (Rocky) Treslery, both of
Macclenny, and Linda Davis of
Sanderson; sons David Sweat
of Starke, and Albert Sweat of
Sanderson; sister Gladys Pierce
of Valdosta; brothers Oscar
Johns of Branford, Albert Johns
and Wayne Johns, both of Glen
St. Mary; nine grandchildren;
22 great-grandchildren and one
great-great-grandchild.
The funeral service for Mrs.
Hodges was held June 11 at
11:oo am at the Mt. Zion Primi-
tive Baptist Church with Revs.
Donnie Williams and Tim Alford
officiating. Interment followed
at Mt. Zion Cemetery in Union
County. Guerry Funeral Home
was in charge of arrangements.


In Loving Memory
of Our Son
Garrett Scott Harris
03/23/1986 02/14/200 7
Happy Father's Day
Because of you our hearts are
filled with life, love and joy. We
celebrate you on this special
day. What a precious gift of a
child. Her name is Gabriella
Shae Harris.
LOVE,
DAD, MOM, KAYLA AND JUSTIN


In Loving Memory
of George "Buddy"
Champion
12/23/1944- 6/10/2007
Daddy:
It has been three years today,
that you told us you were going
to be angel in Heaven. It seems
like it was just yesterday that
you were here with us. Not a
day goes by that we don't think
about you. You are gone but
you will never be forgotten.
WE ALL LOVE AND MISS You,
YOUR FAMILY


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In Loving Memory
of
Steven Hicks
6/17/1991 -9/05/2009
Happy Birthday, Steven!


I LOVE YOU ANI


In Loving Me
of
Paul A. ON
6/19/1939 1/13
On his birth
As always, I still mis
very much. You are
tucked away in that
place in my heart. TI
that matters.
p.s. Happy Father's i



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CHURCH
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Taylor.. 259-8353
Sunday school:
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Study:
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the month following servi
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In Loving MVemory

of my Daddy

Garrett Scott Harris
03-23-86 02-14-07


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D MISS YOU,
CHELSEA
Heartfelt thanks
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Our heartfelt thanks to all of
our family and friends. There are
4eill not enough words to express how
/2007 grateful we are to have each and
day every one of you showing your
s you so love and support. The prayers
with me, and encouragement after our loss
special of Michael has helped us through
hat's all our darkest hours. Our hearts are
forever thankful for all that every-
Day one has done. We love each and
LOVE, every one of you.
DEE ONEILL A very special thanks goes to
Todd Ferreira Funeral Home in
_) Macclenny. They provided our
JD S family with tremendous support
during our loss. Thank you also to
[ Brother Tommy Anderson for all
S250 in of his words of encouragement.
Thank you again to each and ev-
eryone who has helped us through
10:00 am our loss of our "Momma's Boy"
11:00 am Michael Ray Tetstone.
ght Bible Everything everyone did was
30gt truly appreciated.
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ice and Family
h the drive!'


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First Baptist Church
of Sanderson
CR 229 S., Sanderson FL
Sunday School ....... 10:00 am
Sun. Morning Worship. 11:00 am
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Morning Worship Service. ...... 10:30 am
Children's Church ............. 11:30 am
Evangelistic ................... 6:00 pm
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Episcopal Church

Minnesota Ave. & 5th Street
Macclenny

Sunday Worship
5:30 pm
PaulSmith, Vicar .. 259-9198


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




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Sunday School 9:45 am
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sunday Children's Church 11:00 am
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2594575


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Honor Rolls...

MACCLENNY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Principal's List 4th Nine Weeks
FIRST Grade: Weston Avera, Madison Baxter, David Bell, Destiny Bolt, Justin Brown, Wendy
Bryan, Garrett Cain, Chayse Card, Nathan Carter, Michael Cody, Kierra Combs, Breanna Cran-
ford, Camron Crawford, Jacob Crews, Ross Crummey, Nikki Cruz, Kaitlynn Daniels, Mason Davis,
Joshua Dialo, Emma Dietz, Ben Dugan, Haydn Finley, Lauren Fiser, Reagan Griffis, Ashton Haller,
Joel Harrell, Kevin Harris, Raechel Henderson, Aislinn Henry, Zoe Himmelhaver, Katynn Hunt,
River Jordan, Logan Kemp, Kannyn Knabb, Dylan Long, Jennifer Martin, Jesslyn Martin, Chan-
dler Martin, Larissa MCawley, Grayson McCollum, Cason Milton, Connor Moore, Aja Moore,
Alan Nguyen, Layne Nipper, Breanna Norton, Jacob Overland, Bryn Padgett, Launa Parker, Al-
lyson Pepple, Demi Raulerson, Shanna Robinson, Ryan Romeo, Gabriel Rouse, Emily Schatz,
Caleb Setzer, Noah Speaks, Dallen Starling, Gabriela Stuhr, Alyssa Taylor, Michael Taylor, Daw-
son Tetstone, Tyson True, Jenna Venturelli, Soleil White.
SECOND Grade: Cason Adams, Zachary Auger, Caroline Barber, Kylie Bonds, Emmalee
Campbell, Jacob Carver, Caleb Combs, Kyler Crews, Lauren Curry, Maci Fisher, Ryan Hall, Tyler
Hardin, Kalea Higginbotham, Griffin Hodges, Amanda Johns, Brandon Kazmierczak, Leah Lovin-
good, Matthew Lucas, Bayley McRae, Nicholas Melvin, Dylan Mobley, Seth North, TJ Phillips,
Hope Raulerson, Maci Rhoden, Lexi Schlarbaum, Aaron Starling, Mackenzie Timmons, Hanna
Tran, Brett True, Ashley Wyland.
THIRD Grade: Amanda Ballard, Loriann Bliss, Jared Brown, Mackenzie Carter, Noah Carter,
Abby Caswell, Makayla Clevenger, Brandon Combs, Gracie Cranford, Jaycee Crawford, Allie
Crummey, Nicole Davis, Lucas Davis, Michael Davis, Allie Fauble, Leven Fish, Carsyn Griffis,
Megan Harrell, Isaac Henry, Mason Hickman, Alex Himmelhaver, Skylar Hinson, Hunter Johns,
Colby Kennedy, Emily King, Kelton Knabb, Dawson Long, Lydia Lovingood, Noah McCollum,
Mackenzie McNeil, Rachel Mechum, Cody Milton, Shelby Nipper, Anna Pittman, Layden Pruitt,
Zach Randall, Dixie Raulerson, Dalton Ray, Brooklyn Rhoden, Gabby Schoolcraft, Briana Small-
wood, Marydith Stidham, Cadeyn Swindell, Hannah Teerlink, Mackenzie Webb, Zade Weeks,

Honor Roll 4th Nine Weeks
FIRST GRADE:Ty Adcock,Jasmine Addison, Justin Barton,Tyler Barwick, Garrett Baskin,
William Bennett, Emmalee Berry, John Bijeaux, Carson Boatright, Clark Bryant, Alex Burks,
Jamarian Byrd, Chase Carroll, Hayden Carter, Anna Carter, Adam Christmas, Ethan Collins,
Jeremy Combs, Kaitleigh Combs, Carson Crawford, Alex Crews, Summer Davis, Samantha
Dillard, Ella Dunn, Sierra Edwards, Ja'Quez Elliot, Parker Ferry, Amanda Flakowicz, Andrae
Glover, Hope Green, Shaylee Grovo, Kylah Hall, Josey Hammock, Destiny Hardin, Mya
Harrington, Jadyn Harris, Jeremy Hart, David Hill, Abby Hodges, Anthony Howell, Jameka
Jones, Travis Krauss, Emma Lopez,Vincent Luciano, Maria Macias, Mikah McFarlin, Darrayan
Muldrew, Thai-son Nguyen, Matthew North, Tyler Owens, James Phillips, Austin Sharp,
Mikell Smart, Wesley Staggs, Lexis Starling, Tracy Thomas, Blake Walker, Georgia Weeks,
Caleb Whiting, Jacob Williams, Stephen Wilson, Jacob Wood.
SECOND GRADE: Dale Anderson, Lucas Cox, Matthew Crews, Amanda Cruz, Michael
Donnelly, Jacob Edwards, Abree Ellis, Caleb Farnham, Garrett Fauble, Madison Folsom,
Macey Fox, Cole Freeman, Devon Giddens, Mika Gray, Charity Green, Joel Griffis, Brooke
Guilianti, Teddy Hammock, Madison Herring, Mackenzie Hires, Jacobee Holland, Kaylee
Hollingsworth, Kyler Holton, Gabby Howie, David Johns, Weston Johns, Robert Johnson,
Abbi Karpf, Stephon Larry, Emily Lee, Brody Lee, Megann Lightsey, Taytum McDowell,
Hunter Mulligan, Daniel Nguyen, Javen Nicholas, Raechellynn Nunley, Skye Powell, Lindsay
Rhoden, Connor Ricchiuto, Macy Rowe, Chase Sands, Savannah Smith, Austin Smola,
Johnaria Surrency, Michael Sznakowski, Colton Taylor, Brianna Thornton, Cheyenne Thrift,
Brianna Walton, Cheyanne Wheeler, Nathan Wilson, Michael Worten, Bailey Wynn, Ansley
Young.
THIRD GRADE: Cheyenne Adcock, Scott Anderson, Kaylee Baity, Madison Barton, David
Baumgardner, Cassidi Beaver, Chayse Britt, Reggie Bullard, Dawson Byrd, Bryce Callen, Kylie
Carter, Katherine Castleberry, Sunny Christmas, Ben Coffin, Patrick Coker, Abigail Craig,
Cadee Crawford, John Crews, Kaitlynn Davis, Marcus Dialo, Joshua Dickinson, Hac Do, Hayley
Dumas, Zoelle Dunn, Yumari Farmer, Alyssa Flakowicz, Blayne Fraser, Alexis Francis, Jarred
Gaskins, Maurice Graham, Eva Gray, Danielle Green, Keshaun Griffin, Daisy Griffis, Ashlhynn
Harris, Devin Hartley, Dylan Hartley, Ryan Holt, Danasia Hope, Shamera Jefferson, Courtney
Johnson, Tony Johnson, Ernie Jones, Sterling Jones, Sierra Jones, Anastasia Keeney, Chris
Kellar, Rilynn Kelley, Hallie Kilgore, Mackenzie Klender, Adrianna Lauramore, Garrett Lewis,
Stanley Lin, Zachary Lyons, Kendall Manucy, Carly Markham, Raegan Mash, Nicholas
McCane, Jace McKinney, Hayley McRae,Trace Milton, Jordan Mobley,Trent Mobley, Kaitlynn
Morefield, Myles Morrison, Destanie Munoz, Logan Muse, Lacey Nordstrom, Alyssa Norman,
Cheyenne Norman, Hannah Oralls, Keaton Padgett, Gareth Parker, Cheyenne Powell,
Damien Pryde, Dillon Ray, Megan Rhoden, Shannon Rodriguez, Abbie Ruis, Jalishia Ruise,
Mallorie Self, Lindsey Smith, James Smith, Dalton Starling, Haley Strickland, Brett Taylor,
Brittany Taylor, Kim Thrower, John Mason Turrentine, Tyler Tweet, Stephanie Wilkerson,
Lucas Wood.


KELLER INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
Principal's List 4th Nine Weeks
FOURTH GRADE: Collin Ambrose, Abbigail Baggett, William Barber, Lacy Bell, Sydney
Burnsed, Devon Cole, Caitlyn Cook, William Crockett, Blake Dicks, Dalton Dietz, Brysen
Dopson, Reagan Dopson, Myles Finn, Geffery Gaskins, Marisol Gonzalez, Zachary Gregory,
Mariah Grendzinski, Blane Griffis, Alayni Guidash, Quinci Hand, Chase Haydu, Christopher
Hill, Cooper Hodges, Kyrie Holman, Nicholas Howell, Autumn Hutter, Keiara Jackson, Carliya
Jefferson, Morgan Jewell, James Johnson, Seth Kish, Ethan Knight, Maegan Lawrence,
Michelle Lin, Minh-Trang Nguyen, Dalton Padgett, Camryn Payne, Arlie Rhoden, Braeden
Sanders, Jarred Spurlock, Lillie Starling, Haley Stevens, Preston Sutton, Anthony Teague,
Alyssa Thrift.
FIFTH GRADE: Courtney Baldwyn, Zachary Bingham, Olivia Bogardus, Anna Bowen,
Hannah Cain, Mallory Cain, Mitchell Canaday,Taylor Carter, William Carter, Brianna Chandler,
Chadwick Collins, Logan Combs, Robert Crawford, Christy Crews, Dwayne Culberson, Noah
Elliott, Jenna Ellis, Aura Esterling, Jasmine Farmer, Mia Fish, Michael Fisher, Grace Fly, Lani
Foster, Jordan Griffis, Alyssa Guidash, Timothy Harrell, Brantley Hartley, Roderick Haygood,
Tristan Jewell, Cameron Jones, Ariel Kenney, Madison Kennedy, Dusty Langeberg, Lindsey
Love, Chastity Malloy, Cory Mills, Charles Murray, Rachel Nickles, Leslie Nipper, Breah Pelfrey,
Heather Pietrowski, Harrison Presta, Sydney Raulerson, Gavin Register, Karly Richardson,
Mark Romano, Tiffany Samaroo, Noah Schatz, Austin Starling, Kelsey Strickland, Chaise
Taylor, Donovan Terrell, Morgan Tucker, Kaitlyn Walker, Johnnie Sue Williams.

Honor Roll 4th Nine Weeks
FOURTH GRADE: Keona Adkins, Jaclyn Adkison, Elizabeth Ambrose, Vera Baker,
Cheyenne Ball, Matthew Barfield, Gregory Barrios, Haleigh Beazzo, David Blow, Kent Bowles,
Mikayla Brandt, Shelton Brannen, Davonte Brown, Lydia Brown, Avery Bryan,Tarin Burnsed,
Skyler Cales, Brittany Cannon, Gabriel Cannon, Blair Cavannaugh, Cameryn Black, Ivory
Clark, Hayden Cochran, Shoteya Coleman, Daniel Courson, Cameron Crain, Alaina Crawford,
Christian Crawford, Caleb Crews, Elizabeth Crews, Olivia Crews, Sarah Crews, McKenzie
Curry, Cole Cushman, Jackson Davis, Ryah Davis, Sydney Dehart, Elizabeth Diperna, Hailey
Dugger, William Dugger, Taylor Dyal, Allison England, Jeslyn Estep, Kali Faulk, Dawson
Ferguson, Amaya Figueroa, Kimberly Fink, Lourdes Garcia, Christian Gardner, Alyssa
Giddens, Selena Gonzalez, Faith Green, Klint Griffis, Jade Hale, Madison Haller, Danielle
Hardin, Savannah Harper, Delaney Harvey, Marcus Harvey, Karli Harvill, Joshua Haygood,
Griffin Hinson, Robert Hobbs, Jarren Hodges, Dale Hodges, Amberly Home, Jayvon Howard,
Brantley Johns, Dalton Johnson, Jordan Johnson, Aysia Jones, Jamon Jones, Brianna
Karpf, Richard Kelly, Leah Kerce, Tucker Kinghorn, Krystyn Kingsley, Evelyn Knabb, Nicolas
Langston, Britney Lauramore, Nicholas Lee, Victoria Lewis, Zachery Lilly, Madisyn Looby,
Steven Looney, Lia Love, Tara McDowell, Patricia McGee, Sierra Michell,Taylor Moore,Jordan
Morgan, Mallory Morgan, Larry Mulligan, Katelynn Muncy, Loni Norman, Carson Padgett,
Ashley Paulson, Caytlyn Peters, Emily Phillips, Bailey Pisani, Timothy Proctor, Kelsey Ray,
Elijah Rayburn, Elizabeth Reagan, Wyatt Rhoden, Alyssa Rich, Tori Richardson, Dylan Rosier,
Patrick Ruise, Quantrel Ruise, Tommy Ruise, Courtney Sapp, Haley Self, Amber Simmons,
Christopher Simon, Clayton Smith, Chelsea Steven, Jarquez Stewart, Hannah Sullivan, Noah
Taylor, Joseph Tedesco, Jacob Thrift, Jackson Tinkle, Mallory Tomlin, Brianna Trionfo, Miranda
Tubbs, Jenna Turner, Jordan Vanvactor, Matthew Voytko, Brandon Wages, Jacqueline White,
Reagan Wilds, Dylen Williams, Mackenzie Williams, Nicklaus Wyland, Dawson Yarborough,
Joseph Young.
FIFTH GRADE: Clayton Adkins, Austin Alligood, Charles Anderson, Jacob Anderson,
Mackenzie Ariail, Benjamin Auger, Alexis Barnes, Cameron Beebe, Desiree Bingham,
Hayleigh Boatright, Morgan Bowman, Savanah Brannen, Hunter Brittain, Brantley Bryant,
Marcus Burger, Brooke Burnsed, Alyssa Cable, Clayton Canaday, Stinesse Castillo, Sean
Chancey, Mackenzy Clark, Arnold Clayton, Emily Coleman, Delaine Combs, Bailey Cook,
April Crews, Collin Crews, Kaytlin Crews, Matthew Crews, Savannah Crews, Tannis Crews,
William Crews, Zachary Crockett, Timothy Curry, Amber Dash, Brianna Davis, Ciera Davis,
Jonathan Defee, Amanda Dennison, Bryce Donker, Benjamin Ellis, Samantha Evans, Caitlyn
Fish, Nathan Fisher, Hope Fly, Alexander Gant,Vivica Gaskins, Dametra Gibson,Trista Gibson,
Caitlyn Gilbert, Kasyn Givens, Mallory Godwin, Amesha Graham, Elizabeth Gray, Emily Gray,
Joseph Green, Donnie Griffis, Hunter Groves, Cassandra Guajardo, Ashley Hall, Erica Hartley,
Jasmine Henderson, Dallas Hill, Sara Hilliard, Johnny Hodges, Parker Holman, Zachary Home,
Alexis Howard, Rena Howie, Jada Jackson, Macy Jackson, Emily Johnson, Katelyn Johnson,
Elyssa Jones, Michael Jordan, Hannah Kanost, Cody Karpf,Tabitha Kemp, Shelby King, Taylor
Kirland, Damiyyha Kirksey, Holly Lambert, Kelly Lawler, Natassja Lee, Charles Livingston,
Caitlyn Lucas, Karnard, McCray, Brianna McElfresh,Taylor McNeil, Hunter Meadows, Chelsea
Miller, Kaden Miller, Austin Mills, Camron Mobley, Mallory Mobley, Madison Morrison, Mason
Mosley, Savanah Moss, Felicity Mullins, Khristopher Mullner, Kelsey Nash, Dominique Nixon,
Emily Orender, Kaylee Padgett, Eric Parker, Caitlyn Parrish, Christina Perez, Landon Peterson,
James Phillips, Elizabeth Pinkston, Jamie-Lynne Raulerson, Alexus Reed, Shailey Rhoden,
William Rhoden, Brandy Robinson, Vadarian Robinson, Savannah Rodriguez, Nicholas Ruise,
Trad Seymour, Hunter Smallwood, James Smith, Alexx St. John, Peyton Staggs, Steven
Tanner, Meara Tarte, Jesse Taylor, Nathanial Taylor, Owen Taylor, Emily Tedesco, Makayla
Tennison, Amber Thatcher, Allison Theophile, Christopher Touchton, Dalton Vonk, Delicia
Washington, Darby Weatherly, Errol Whitfield, Kelsey Wilcox, Krysten Wilkerson, Trestany
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Sunday School 10:00 am
Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm
Wed. Evening Prayer Serv. 7:30 pm
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Corner of Madison & Stoddard
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Rev. Tommy & Doris Anderson
Youth Director Margie Howard
Phone: 904-259-2213
Sunday School:........... 10:00 am
Sunday Morning Service .... 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Service ..... 6:00 pm
Wednesday Night.......... 7:30 pm


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Pastor Tim Cheshire

Sunday School 9:45 am
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 am
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Church welcomes new pastor

Sanderson Christian Revival Center welcomes new pastor, Rev. Har-
old Finley. Bro. Harold was born in Glen St. Mary and is the son of Pau-
line and the late Jeff Finley. He is the fourth son in a family of six. Bro.
Harold was raised and attended school in Union County. At the age of
18 he met and married to Dorothy (Debbie) Bennett of Baker County.
The couple has been married 44 years and have three children, Deborah
(Bryan) Johnson, Robin (Raymond) Craven and Kevin (Nickie) Finley.
They have four grandchildren Jordan, Marshal and Abigail Craven and
Kayleigh Johnson.
Bro. Harold was approached with the position after a chance meeting
with childhood friend and classmate Marvin Griffis who was told by an-
other Union County resident that Bro. Harold was a minister. The meet-
ing proved to be a joyous one and nothing short of the hand of God at
work. It was with much prayer and feeling led by God that Pastor Finley
accepted the position.
Bro. Harold has been a minister for 31 years and has worked in vari-
ous areas of the ministry. He held the office of Associate Pastor and pas-
tored churches in Union and Bradford counties. He was temporary pastor
at Pine Level Church in Baker County for Bro. Buster Williams. He also
worked the evangelistic field in tent ministry with the late Rev. Curtis
Rice of Live Oak.
All three of Pastor Finley's children are musicians along with his
grandson, Jordan, who will be lead guitarist and all will be working with
him in the ministry.
Pastor Finley, Sis. Dorothy and his family look forward to working for
God and worshipping with their new church family.
They wish to extend an invitation to anyone looking for a home church
or a place to worship where the Spirit of God is moving. Please feel free
to visit our church on South CR 229 in Sanderson.

Sunday School 10:00 am Sunday Service 11:00 am
Sunday Evening 6:00 pm Wednesday Night 7:30 pm
Look for the exciting things God will be doing at Sanderson Christian
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SPORTS NOTICE SUBMISSIONS CONTACT US
We welcome your sports submissions for youth league, traveling league or individual athletic achievements. By phone at 904.259.2400 or by fax at 904.259.6502. You can stop by our office located at 104 S. Fifth Street,
The paper reserves the right to publish submissions. It is requested that all news items be typed or emailed to Macclenny, FL or mail your submission to PO Box 598, Macclenny, FL 32063.
insure accuracy in print. We are available online at www.bakercountypress.com


PHOTOS BY JESSICA PREVATT
The Baker Bullets 10 and under girls compete against each other in the fourth heat of the 50-yard breaststroke.


Swim season kicks off

YMCA's Bullets begin with win


The YMCA's Baker Bullets
swim team out numbered and
out-scored three other First Coast
YMCA teams in the first meet of
the summer swim season.
Some races only included
Bullets swimmers, while oth-
ers included a healthy mix of
swimmers from the competing
YMCA's the Brooks Family
YMCA, Arlington Family YMCA
and one other.
Bullets swimmers finished in
the top three spots of the girls
lo-year-old and under 50-yard
backstroke and had four of the
top five times.
The race included 13 swim-
mers in all.
Nine-year-old Loriann Bliss
finished in 51.15, Danielle Hardin,
o1, in 52.59, and McKenzie Hick-
man, o1, in 57.16. Alaina Craw-
ford, also lo, rounded out the top
five with 1:12.91, just three tenths
of a second in front of sixth place
finisher Katie Crump, 9, of the
Arlington squad.
Another strong showing for
the Bullets came in the girls lo-
year-old and under 50-yard free-
style.
The top six finishers in a field
of 17 were Bullets swimmers.
Hickman posted a time of
41.75, Elizabeth Reagan, 9,41.94;


From left to right Alexis O'Donnell, Cory Campbell, Marissa lerna and Gerald
Evans prepare to start the 100-yard individual medley.


Hardin 42.31, Kyrie Holman, 9,
45.31; Bliss 46.00, and Karlee
Nelson, 10, 48.93.
The Bullets' Andrea Clark, 12,
finished first in the girls 11-12
year old 50-yard freestyle race
with a time of 37.62 and Lauren
Steinmeyer, 11, came in fourth at


45.19.
Ten-year-old Ethan Knight of
the Bullets out swam three op-
ponents to win the Boys to and
under loo-yard individual med-
ley as well.
The next Bullets swim meet is
June 26 in Fernandina Beach.


Brother is tapped for


offensive coordinator
When Wildcat head football lean on in a new community.
coach Ryan Sulkowski went look- "It takes some of the pressure
ing for a new offensive coordina- off and helps solidify my com-
tor he didn't have to go far from mitment to the community," said
home. He just picked up the Ryan Sulkowski. "You always
phone and called his brother, Jo- want to lay down roots and this
seph "Joey" Sulkowski, will certainly help."
who is presently fillingL While at Greens-
the same job at Johnson boro College, Coach
C. Smith University in Sulkowski coordinated
Charlotte, North Caro- an offense that broke or
lina. tied nearly 40 school,
Joey Sulkowski has conference, and indi-
been with the Golden vidual records in the
Bulls for one season span of two seasons.
and previously coached Sulkowski helped mold
at Greensboro Col- a wide receiver who fin-
lege, North Carolina ished third nationally in
A&T, Hargrove Military Division II in receptions
Academy and Chowan Joseph Sulkowski (91 catches in 2008) and
University. was named first team all-
"He's a great fit," said Ryan conference and all-region both
Sulkowski. "He's someone I can years.
trust with every aspect of the Joey Sulkowski played wide
game and we see things in the receiver at Auburn University
same way. You want to hire some- (1999-2000) and Valdosta State
one you can trust and there's no University (2000-2001), but
one like family." struggled with an ACL recon-
Joseph Sulkowski was of- struction. He eventually landed
fensive coordinator and quar- at Chowan as the starting Hawks
terbacks coach for Johnson C. receiver.
Smith. Prior to joining the JCSU Ryan Sulkowski is excited
staff, Sulkowski served as the as- about the coming summer. He
sistant head coach and offensive has split the Wildcat squad into
coordinator at Greensboro Col- eight student-led "teams" of to
lege from 2007-2008. He was the and they will compete all sum-
recruiting coordinator and re- merlong.
ceiver coach at North Carolina A "Kids love competition," said
& T University from 2005-2007, Sulkowski. "This is a different
passing game and recruiting co- kind of accountability for them
ordinator at Hargrove Military because they all are relying upon
Academy from 2004-2005, and each other. There's only so much
the running back and tight end coaches can do and it's a chance
coach at his alma mater Chowan to see which ones are truly com-
University from 2003-2004. mitted to the program."
Sulkowski will join the staff at Sulkowski has an added bit of
the beginning of July and have excitement closing in on him. His
the summer to work with the wife Heather is due to give birth
team. Ryan Sulkowski is thrilled at any time. It will be a big sum-
not only to have an experienced mer for the Sulkowski family.
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Group sheds more than 140 pounds
The YMCA's first group of participants in the Ready Sweat Go! weight loss program collectively lost 140.9 pounds, 192.75
inches, 21.1 percent body fat and 22.8 percent in body mass index [BMI]. Pictured above are some in the eight-member
group with program trainers during a party the evening of June 12 in Macclenny to celebrate finishing the program.
From left are Erin Raulerson, Ann Blum, Michelle Reimer, Jo Hilson, nutritionist and yoga instructor Marcy Knight, Tyler
Tompkins, Andy Johnston, trainer and program organizer Kassandra Scherer and Crystal Wallar. Not pictured but in the
program is Cecil Rhoden. Mr. Tompkins and Ms. Blum won the titles for male and female body transformation, losing
25.67 percent and 25.91 percent, respectively, in a combined measurement of pounds, inches, body fat and BMI lost.
Participants were also asked to solicit donations for each pound they lost to benefit the YMCA's Strong Kids campaign,
which provides scholarships for YMCA youth programs to low-income families. Mr. Johnston raised the most ($3645) and
received three months of free membership.


What's all

that buzz?

Vuvazelas


FAT LADY
ROBERT GERARD
Buzzzzzz.
That's the sound of 42,000
vuvazelas going full blast. In case
you are among the uninformed,
or haven't tuned in a single
World Cup game, you may not
have experienced the sound of
the vuvazela.
The vuvazela is a uniquely
South African horn they play at
all soccer games. Imagine mil-
lions of angry bees or worse, bil-
lions of mosquitoes all buzzing in
one place and you have a sense of
the vuvazela.
If you watched the USA battle
England you heard them. They
are irritating to the extreme and
they never stop. As bad as it is in
my living room, it is even worse
on the field.
Patrice Evra, the French mid-
fielder, blamed the horns for his
team's o-o draw with Uruguay.
Evra said that on free kicks, the
team could not hear what Franc
Ribery, who was shooting the
ball, was trying to tell them.
It was evident in the USA-Eng-
land game. US goalkeeper Tim
Howard would have to scream at
the top of his lungs to the play-
ers in front of him in order to be
heard.
Soccer games are normally
louder than football, baseball and
basketball. While fans normally
cheer when something happens,
the rest of the time there is just a
dull buzz of chatter.
Not in soccer. Unofficial
bands, like the USA's Sam's
Army, play songs in the stands,
people sing and chant through
the whole game.
That is still going on in the
stands, you just can't hear it
above the drone of vuvazelas. I
occasionally caught the sound
of the England Band, the rag-
tag bunch that bring their band
instruments to all the England
games and the big drums of
Sam's Army, but I really had to
strain to hear them.
At first the vuvazelas were
quaint, now they're just annoy-
ing. FIFA, soccer's governing
body, is trying to weigh offend-
ing the locals by banning them
and the possibility that they are
affecting the game.
Hey, if they upset England
goalkeeper Robert Green enough
to make him bobble the ball and
allow it to squirt into the net for
the USA's vital tying goal I love
them.
The USA played England to a
draw last week and kept them-
selves in contention to move out
of the group to the quarterfinals.
They will have to beat either
Slovenia or Algeria (or both) to
progress.
It was an heroic effort and if
you missed it you missed a great
game. The 1-1 score sounds as if
thing was happening every sec-
ond.
If you're not used to soccer,
tune in. Watch a few games and
you'll see what 2.6 billion viewers
worldwide already know that
soccer is an exciting and addict-
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SOCIAL NOTICE SUBMISSION INFORMATION CONTACT US
Birth announcements, wedding notices and social events (military service notes and school graduations) must By phone at 904.259.2400 or by fax at 904.259.6502. You can stop by our office located at 104 S. Fifth Street,
be submitted within four weeks of the event. All news and advertising must be submitted to the newspaper
office prior to 5:00 p.m. on the Monday prior to publication, unless otherwise noted or arranged. It is requested Macclenny, FL or mail your submission to PO Box 598, Macclenny, FL 32063.
that all news items be typed or emailed to insure accuracy in print. We are available online at www.bakercountypress.com


Kyle and Jeanette Brown

Celebrates 50th anniversary
The children of Kyle and Jeanette Brown of Glen St. Mary invite all
friends and family to celebrate their parents' 50th wedding anniversary
on June 19 at First United Methodist Church, 93 N. Fifth Street in Mac-
clenny from 3:00-6:00 pm.
No gifts please.


Born May 14th
Ashleigh, Frankie, Cameron,
Chayse and Caedan Crain are
pleased to announce the birth
of brother Colton River Crain
on May 14, 2010 at Memorial
Hospital in Jacksonville. Colton
weighed 7 lbs. 11 oz. and was 21"
long.
Proud parents are Frank and
Danielle Crain of Glen. Grand-
parents are Jerry and Martha
Morgan of Glen and Donald and
Louise Crain of Macclenny.


Ms. Kight Mr. Davis

Married May 21
Robert and Kim Neutz of St.
George, Georgia and Janice Da-
vis of Taylor are pleased to an-
nounce the marriage of children
Heather Kight and Terry Davis
on May 21 in Folkston, Ga.
The couple will reside in St.
George.


To wed June 26
Colin and Beth Moore of Mac-
clenny are proud to announce the
upcoming marriage of daughter
Anastasia M'Ree Moore of Mac-
clenny to Ernest Mitchel Terrell
Jr. also of Macclenny. Ernest
is the son of Donna and Ernest
Terrell Sr. of Macclenny.
The couple would like friends
and family to join them at the
Baker County ag center June 26,
2010 at 2:00 pm for the joyous
event.
Following a cruise to the Ba-
hamas, the couple will reside in
Macclenny.
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Honor Rolls...

WESTSIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Principal's List 4th Nine Weeks
FIRST GRADE: Butler: MaKayla Bennett, Alexia Hardenbrook, Aubrey Rich, Kristina
Smith, Brock Walker. Conner: Keira Godbold, Tami Mann. H. Crews: Gracie Berry, Lane
Carter, Dalton Chancey, Daniel Robinson. Greenwood: Caiden Hodges, Aliyah Sonzini-
D'Aguiar. Hart: Peyton Burnsed, Cito Escobar, Sarah Beth Murphree, Wintae Ruise. Murphy:
Ryleigh Burnsed, Kody Butcher, Ben Callahan, Emily Davis, William Green, Emily Hilliard,
Ryne Jacobs, Grace Johnson, Will Johnson, Hannah Johnston, Caleb Jones, Braeden Knight,
Nina Ledford, Blakely Mallory, Alayna Markley, Zane Mobley, Morgan Morrow, Seth Scott,
Markayla Taylor, Nick Taylor, Addie Williams. Nunn: Alex Hill, Levi Jewell. Ray: Taylor Crews,
Emily Eldridge, Peyton Green, Daeshawn Larry, Raymond Luke, Hannah Peterson. Roach:
Pierce Kirkland, Titus Martin. Sheridan: Wyatt Crockett, Trey Harvey, Kaylee Long, Allie
Lowery, Brooklyn McSwain, Dawson Sealey, Conner South. Thomas: Emily Conner, Dalton
MacDonald, Korie Novaton, Logan Wright. Trimm: Caramie Crews, Jordan Johnson, Blake
Rhoden. Whitley: Delanie Crews, Makensie Parmeley, Khia Walding.
SECOND GRADE: Callahan: Bradley Gainey, Sierra Gatto, Michaela Prevatt, Ashton
Robinson. D.Crews: Lexi Clardy, Grayson Gurganious, Taylor Hodges, Phillip Richerson.
Dekle: Dylan Jager, Abby Ray. Duval: Kyle Ambrose, Julia Archambault, Seth Crawford,
Antonio Esterling, Samantha Fink, Haiden Fish, Abbi French, Emily Hill, Emilee Hodges, Karli
Johnson, Danny Neri, Andrea Pelfrey, Landon Prevatt, Cassie Pringle, Blaine Roberts, Lexi
Scheider, Carole Spivey, Cassie Turner, Hannah Wilford, Anna Wilkerson. Elledge: Dominic
Berardo, Abby Harvey, Thomas Perozo. Gonzalez: Emilee Blanton, Weston Sands, Melanie
Willis. Hand: Deshaun Davis, Na'Desha Davis, Abigayle Price, Kierra Richardson. Hurst:
David Cook, Dylan Griffis, Nathan Tolleson, Ambrea Trionfo. Jacobs: David Jackson, Scott
Rewis, Jace Stokes, Kylee Strickland. James: Jadea Baez, Alexis Johns, Sarah Blackburn,
Tabitha Mitchell. Stafford: Reagen Hauge, Kaitlin Jordan, Montana McGinley, Shanarria
Ruise.
THIRD GRADE: Binn: Abigail Fischer, Damaria Gibson, Colby Watson. R. Crews: Kamrie
Chancey, Kessler Mallory. Payne: Ben Anderson, Andrew Bailes, Mckayla Bates, Jared
Burnsed, Marcus Chisholm, Jillian Cox,Trey Davis, Michelle Dukeman,Wyatt Godbold, Bailey
Hanks, Skylar Murphy, Ally Richardson, Hannah Williams. Shope: Miesha Givens, Hannah
McCay-Crawford, Taylor Orberg. Wendel: Shayla Brazeale, Madalynn Hand, Kayla Rhoden.
White: Daniel Greene.

Honor Roll 4th Nine Weeks
FIRST GRADE: Butler: Jacob Breese, Layne Britt, Tyler Daniel, Morgan Griffis, Carlos
Grissett, Ethan Hardenbrook, Siani Jefferson. Conner: Brenton Davis, Dylan Davis, Trent
Fischer, Aiya Jackson, Cierra Keener, Joleene Simmons, Adam Wright. H. Crews: Damontae
Gibson, Indya Peden, Morgan Ruise, Peighton Smith, Glenn Watts. Greenwood: Trinity
Armstrong, Alyssa Baker, Luke Slattery, Taylor Slattery, Gerald Starling, Taylor Whitney
Suggs. Hart: Layla Amerson, Tony Charles, Emily Jewell, Dezmond Ruise, Austin Yourston.
Murphy: Carley Baxley, Brady Finley. Nunn: Mason Adkison, Jessica French, Sara Green,
Raylyn Hodges, Hanna Jeffries, Kalista Johnson, Kayleigh Johnson, Joseph Stafford, Shawn
Stewart. Ray: Kelsey Godwin, Isabelle Morales, Braxton O'Hara, Trace Ploucher. Roach:
Bayleigh Britt, Maleigh Combs, Ansley Crews, Ragene Givens, Kaleb Lewis, Nadleigh
Norman, Tyler Richardson. Sheridan: Austin Craig, Amia Everett, Denzel Jefferson, Morgan
Padgett, Timothy Seymour. Thomas: Steven Clark, Toby Fryer, Selena Girardo, Brianna
Griffis, Hailey Hodgson, Brayden Jackson, Cassidy Manucy. Trimm: Madyson Beasley, Derek
Brown, Dustin Burnsed, Mariah Green, Autumn Simpson. Whitley: Cheyenne Croft, Jadie
Fletcher, Kara Fletcher, Chase Gaskins, Lillia Munn, Reygen Paige, Benjamin Smith.
SECOND GRADE: Callahan: Houston Bennett, Kordell Branch, Cheyenne Kinghorn,
Amelia Knabb, Claire Knabb, Amber Mann, Emily Mobley, Adam Waldrop. D.Crews: Jacoby
Clayton, Wyatt Elledge, Cameron Johns, Sierra McCauley, Adam Miller, Austin Nettles,
Raegan Register, Marlee Rheuark, Christina Slater, Kellie Stewart,JessicaTillis. Dekle: Marissa
Brown, Emily Carpenter, Jordyn Defee, Nick Hale, Allison Robson, Payton Ruise, Patrick
Stephens, Anthony York, Davon Woolf. Duval: Colby Craig, Abigail Henley, Alle Home, Jenny
Romano. Elledge: Tori Haines, Kyler Robinson, Reyna Roland, Kaden Wilson. Gonzalez:
Alexis Ledford, Lucy Nowlen, Alexis O'Hara, Thomas Rainey, Dylan Spires. Hand: John
Anderson, Brandi Davis, Alexis Fennell, Ashley Ferguson, Lyndi Johnson, Logan McDermitt,
Megan Phelps, Austin Rich, Bryson Spurlock, Erin Stokes, Garret Sullivan, Kayla Tate. Hurst:
Rebakalyn Barber, Chayse Crain, Taylor Dyal, Isaac Estep, Elizabeth Evans, Wendy McCauley,
Shelby Rowe, Hannah Starling, Dale Ward, Kaitlyn Wilson. Jacobs:Tyler Carrington, Destiny
Corbett, Payton Crews, Kassidy Howard, Dalton Lewis, Emily Griffis. James: Marcus Doss,
Billy Martin, Brooke Noblitt, Amber Swindell, Chace Smallwood. Stafford: Mason Becerra,
Rachel Dobbs, Emily Ossmann, Hannah Walton, Dalton Welborn.
THIRD GRADE: Binn: Cody Bennett, Brittany Burger, India Ellis, Madison Hauge, Sydney
Hughes, Matthew McDuffie, Josha Ossmann, Emily Shackleton, Marcus Tirado. R. Crews:
Christopher Collett, Marcia Davis, Jackson Ettinger, Katherine Harris, Dreama Morrow,
Summer Richendollar. Gray: Jaxon Burnsed, Ricky Dozier, Sara Keves, Taylor King, Sierra
McGee, Janessa Plummer, Mikea Washington, Alexandria Winn. Griffis: Lauren Cales,
Cameron Jefferson, Demi Jones, Allen Penrod. Hilliard: Colton Moore, Katie Register, Cade
Yarborough. Payne: Mackenzi Bennett, Conner Butcher, Kaitlyn Carter, Chase Hancock,
Jackson Helms, Natalie Hilliard, Owen Loadholtz, Levi Pickett, Dustin Powers, Emma Self,
Lyna Shumate. Saunders: Robert Baker, Sabrina Bingham, Katelyn Brassart, Lewton Burnett,
Layla Nettles, Shania Paige. Shivers: Carrie"MaKayla" Davis, Sabrina Donaldson, Donald "DJ"
Duran, Myrica Holliday, Jordan Miller, Thomas "Wyatt" Suggs, Jake Vickers. Roth: Maximus
Canaday. Shope: Dominic Crews, Tucker Hodges, Cuyler Howard, Hana Ritter, Ja"Quez
Williams. Wendel: Jared Cauley, Macy Combs, Tyler Hebert, Courtney Malloy. White: Eriyani
Evans, Dillon Hardenbrook, Jamie Lawrence, Karlicia Mack, Kayiesha Major, Allysa Pipkins,
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Krystal Bowden and sister
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dent's List for the Spring term.
Krystal is attending Florida State
University and is currently liv-
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from Baker County High School.
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Entertainment center in good shape,
like new queen size mattress and box
springs, like new double mattress and
box springs, one single mattress and
box springs and other miscellaneous
items. 275-2466. 6/17p
1 gallon blueberry plants $2 up. Mus-
cadine grapes $1.50 up. Pomegranates,
fruit trees apple, pear, plum, pecan, fig.
Thornless black berries at low prices. Del
available 904-845-2686 Hilliard.
5/20-7/29p
Washer and dryer, upright piano, queen
size bed including mattress and box
springs. 553-3379. 6/10-6/17p
Got roaches? Buy Harris Famous Roach
Tablets or Powder. Eliminates roaches or
your money back, guaranteed. Available
at Bennett's Feed. 10/15tfc
Bankruptcies, divorce, wills and any
other court documents prepared, no-
tary service. Call John Swanson at 257-
9033. 6/17tfc
Artists! Oils, acrylics, water colors,
Canvases, drawing pads and much
more! On sale now. The Office Mart, 110
S. Fifth Street, 259-3737. tfc
2004 Wildcat made by Forest River, 30'
fifth wheel, non smoker, no pets, super
slice, full bath, bunkhouse, private mas-
ter bedroom with queen bed, garage
kept, very clean, in excellent condition,.
$17,000. Moniac. 912-843-2194.
6/10-6/17p
Golf cart, club car carry all II, 48 volt,
new batteries, dumpbed, lift kit, new
tires, $2600. 591-2640. 5/20tfc
CVA Optima Pro 50 caliber rifle $225.
Four Nokian 265/70R16 tires, good tread
$40 each. 653-1403. 6/17p
Daylilies blooming, Sands Daylily Farm
6698 Sands Dale Road. Lowder Street
North to Bob Kirkland Road, left to sign.
259-6891. 5/27-6/17c
Antique piano, not upright, $800 OBO.
Oak roll top desk $700. 608-2925.6/17p
Taking orders, fresh vegetables, peas,
corn, okra. Sands Farm 259-6891, 303-
1501. 6/10-7/15p
GE refrigerator, no frost, side-by-side,
runs good $175 OBO. 235-5881. 6/17p
2004 Chevy Silverado LS stock rims
$250 firm. 271-1057. 6/17p





Two 18 yard tandem dump trucks, by
owner. 1996 Western Star $5000. 1993
Freightliner $10,000. Call for more infor-
mation. Suzy 904-284-9873, Cell 904-
657-8797. 6/17p
2008 Jeep Wrangler 4x4, low miles, off-
road tires with alloy wheels, lifted, one
of a kind power windows/locks, cruise,
Sirius radio $21,954. Call Today 904-
422-3633. 6/17c
2010 Chevrolet Camaro 1LT, low miles,
yellow/black rally stripes, loaded, sun-
roof, only one at this price $25,595. Call
today 904-422-3633. 6/17c
2009 Chevrolet Impala LT, automatic,
AC, alloys, CD, one left at this price
$15,954. Call today 904-422-3633.
6/17c
2009 Chevrolet Cobalt 2LT, automatic,
power package, tilt, cruise, keyless re-
mote, alloy wheels, two to choose from.
As low as $11,554. Call today 904-422-
3633. 6/17c
2007 Chevy Ext Cab Z71 4x4, won't last
$12,990. Call today. 904-422-3633.
6/17c
2006 Chevrolet Malibu LS, 38,000
miles. Power windows/locks, keyless,
only $10,554. Call today 904-422-3633.
6/17c
2009 Chevrolet Avalanche LTZ 4x4,
low miles, loaded full power, navigation,
DVD, sunroof, power running boards,
alloy wheels, save $15000. Call today
904-422-3633. 6/17c
2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo, nice
Jeep with power windows/locks, CD,


power seat, keyless remote, tow pack-
age, $9995. Call today 904-422-3633.
6/17c
2007 Cadillac CTS Sedan, low miles,
only 7,000 miles, one owner, power win-
dows, locks, and seats, sunroof, CD, SM
satellite radio, Onstar. now only $20,554.
Call today 904-422-3633. 6/17c
2004 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer, fully
loaded with leather, power seats, AC,
CD, windows/locks and much more only
$10,954. Call today 904-422-3633.
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Professional cleaning, home, office or
move outs. Before and after party ser-
vices available. Highly referred. Licensed
and insured. Melissa or Jacqueline. 904-
259-5260, 904-259-1468. 6/17-7/8p
Babysitting in my home, any hours, all
ages, references available. Also, David's
Bridal wedding dress size 14. 904-838-
2287. 6/10-6/24p
Concealed weapon class this Saturday
at 9:00 am at Extreme Outdoors. 904-
259-9080. 6/17p
Enjoy working outdoors? Like to earn a
good income? Consider welding at Lake
City Community College. Enroll now for
day, night or Saturday classes. Financial
aid available. No high school diploma
or GED required. Call 386-754-4214 for
details. 6/3-6/24c
Enjoy doing repairs? Like to earn a good
income and/or start your own business?
Consider Heating/AC or commercial
refrigeration at Lake City Community
College. Enroll nowfor day, night or Sat-
urday classes. Classes begin August 23,
Financial aid available. No High school
diploma required. Call 386-754-4214 for
details. 6/3-6/24c





German Shepherd, white, four year old
female, AKC registered with pedigree.
Call Steve at 259-9409. 6/17p
Dogs: all types from puppies to adults.
Animal Control, $65 adoption fees will
apply. 259-6786. 11/20tfc





Set of rings found in Food Lion Parking
Lot. Call 259-3123 and ask for Matthew.
6/17





Trail Ridge Hunting Club, located north
of US 90 between Macclenny and Bald-
win, 7,853 acres for still-hunting and
dog-hunting. Whitetail deer, turkey and
small game are present. 904-608-3281,
259-4368. 5/20-6/17p





Enjoy working outdoors? Like to earn a
good income? Consider welding at Lake
City Community College. Enroll now for
day, night or Saturday classes. Financial
aid available. No high school diploma
or GED required. Call 386-754-4214 for
details. 6/3-6/24c
Enjoy doing repairs? Like to earn a good
income and/or start your own business?
Consider Heating/AC or commercial
refrigeration at Lake City Community
College. Enroll nowfor day, night or Sat-
urday classes. Classes begin August 23,
Financial aid available. No High school
diploma required. Call 386-754-4214 for
details. 6/3-6/24c





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Successful real estate firm seeks pro-
fessional, energetic, full-time sales asso-
ciates. New licensees welcome. Collins
Realty Group, Inc. 904-259-7039.
6/10-6/17p
Second shift storeroom clerk. Must
have computer knowledge. We are an
EEOC, drug free workplace. We offer
401K, health insurance, paid holidays
and vacation. Apply at Gilman Building
Products, CR 218 Maxville, FL or fax re-
sume to 904-289-7736. 6/17-7/8c
Heavy duty diesel mechanic needed,
Travel Centers of America, Baldwin loca-
tion, 1024 US 301 South. Driver's license
required. Please apply to Mark Holmes,
Shop Manager. 904-266-4281, ext. 22.
10/ltfc
Help needed, three days a week to run
professional lawn equipment, experi-


ence required. Call for details. 259-5700.
6/1 7tfc
Enjoy working outdoors? Like to earn a
good income? Consider welding at Lake
City Community College. Enroll now for
day, night or Saturday classes. Financial
aid available. No high school diploma
or GED required. Call 386-754-4214 for
details. 6/3-6/24c
Property manager, 52 unit section 8
property, HUD and computer experience.
Medical, dental and vision benefits. Fax
resume to 904-259-8950 EOE. DFWP,
equal housing opportunity. 6/17c
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81 acres, home, pasture, creeks,
stocked pond, planted pines, heated
and cooled barn. Reduced for quick
sale, $699,000 owner finance. Prastine
Properties International. Call 904-631-
3594. 6/17-6/24p
Building/mobile home lot acre
$7900. Eric Raulerson Construction.
483-8742. 4/29tfc
2005 Fleetwood doublewide, 2100 SF,
4BR, 2 BA, fireplace, two decks, very
nice, ready to move in. On city lot in
Macclenny, $89,500 OBO. 904-226-
3064,904-259-5383. 6/10-6/17p
One acre lot, Macclenny II, reduced.
904-234-3437. 6/17-7/8p
One acre in Cuyler with well, septic and
power pole. Has old 2 BR mobile home
in need of repair or moved foryour new
home, $29,500 OBO. Motivated to sell,
call with your offer. 904-226-3064,
904-259-5383. 6/10-6/17p
3 BR, 2 BA brick house, approximately
2286 SF on 3+ acres, hardwood cabi-
nets, mature fruit trees, workshop with
electricity. Seller motivated, call for
price. Connie Hankey Vanguard Realty.
904-708-5204. 6/3-6/24p


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YARD SALES

1 Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 4163 Birch
)( Street, Macclenny II. Plants, dishes, cookware,
china, crafts, furniture and much more. Six fam-
ily
Thursday and Friday, 8:00 am-2:00 pm, End of
Glynn Allyn off 125 South. Dog kennel 10x10,
computer, O'Brien slalom ski, O'Brien hydroslide, wakeboard,
skis and much more. 259-1789
Friday and Saturday, 9:00 am-2:00 pm, 5769 Gum Road. Take
George Hodges Road next to Zaxby's, to right on Aspen, to left
on Gum. Stuff that needs a new home.
Friday and Saturday, 9:00 am-3:00 mp, 16038 Stokes Road off
Steelbridge Road. Baty yard sale. Kid's clothes and lots more.
Friday and Saturday, 8:00 am-1:00 pm, 4453 Birch Street,
Macclenny II. Linens, tools, RV things, tiller, misc.
Friday and Saturday, 9:00 am-noon, 121 S. 2 mile past Burger
King. Sylvester Manning Road. Lots of great items.
Saturday, 8:00 am-?, 748 N. 5th Street. Dryer, twin captain's
bed, TVs, porch swing, DVD/VCR combo, Playstation 2, DVDs,
books, baby bed, pack-N-play, highchair, baby clothes, lots of
other stuff.
Saturday, 7:00 am-noon, 4668 Barber Road. Furniture, house-
hold items, women's, men's and children's clothing. Everything
must go. Five family
Saturday, 7:00 am-noon, 482 Ivy Street. Tons of great stuff.
Humongous yard sale, see you there. Six family
Saturday, 8:00 am-?, 11404 Pine Loop, Glen St. Mary.
Household items, baby and toddler crib bedding, bouncy seat,
car seat, toddler toys and piano.
Saturday, 8:00 am ?, 330 Linda Street, Macclenny. Baby
items, furniture and more. Multi family
Saturday, 8:00 am-2:00 pm, 8689 Dupree Road. 121 to
Woodlawn turn on Dupree, 5th drive on right. Everything is
.250. Household items, clothes for the whole family all sizes,
shoes, bedding.
Saturday, 8:00 am-?, Lowder next to Sands Pointe entrance.
Baby stuff, lots of misc., x-box game, movies and books. Multi
family


Saturday, 9:00 am-noon, 23A
on left.


3 acres, high and dry, fish pond, homes
or mobile homes, set-up included, owner
financing. 912-843-8118. 2/22tfc
For sale by owner, corner lot, Mac-
clenny, N. 5th Street and Ohio Avenue,
$22,000. 259-6488. 6/17p
1.63 acres with 3 BR, 2 BA doublewide
open floor plan, very nice location, needs
a little TLC, $79,000, make me an offer.
Possible owner finance with 15% down.
904-259-3763. 6/3-6/24p





3 BR, 1 BA house in Sanderson on 1
acre, $585/month plus first months rent
and deposit. 318-9019. 6/10-6/17p
2 BR, 11/2 BA, $300 deposit, $580/month
259-2787. 6/10-6/17p
2 BR, 1 BA mobile home in Glen, $300
deposit, $550/month, garbage pick-up,
lawn maintenance. Service animals only.
259-2880. 6/17p
3 BR, 2 BA house, very nice, in Macclen-
ny city limits. Jacuzzi, privacy fence and
patio. Very nice neighborhood, $1000/
month $500 security deposit. Please call
904-608-6456. 6/10-6/17p
2 BR, 1 BA apartment, 351 N. Lowder,
$700/month, $600 deposit, 12 month
lease, 351 N. Lowder. 259-9797.6/17tfc
2 or 3 BR mobile home for rent on 1
acre. Service animals only, garbage
pickup, sewer, water and lawn mainte-
nance provided, rent $385-$550, family
neighborhood. 912-843-8118; 904-699-
8637. 10/29tfc
2 BR, 1 BA house, central H/A, washer/
dryer hookup, ceiling fans, ,nice back
yard, $795 deposit, $795/month, 41 W.
Ohio Avenue. 259-6488. 6/17p
2 BR, 1 BA apartment, quiet neighbor-
hood, $550/month, no smoking, service
animals only. 259-8444. 6/1 Otfc
2 BR, 1 BA singlewide, washer/dryer
hook-up, $500/month plus deposit. 653-
2157 or 314-4762. 6/3-6/17p


North, approximately 32 miles


Like new, 3 BR, 2 BA trailer, new front
and rear porch $700/month, $600 de-
posit. Cedar Creek Drive, Sanderson.
904-251-4130. 6/10-6/17p
3 BR, 2 BA brick house, $775/month,
first, last and deposit. 259-9022.
5/20tfc
3 BR, 2 BA, very nice, 15 minutes from
Macclenny on SR 121. Free garbage pick
up, water and lawn service, $800/month,
$350 security deposit. Service animals
only. Please call 904-796-0621.
6/10-6/17p
Homes and mobile homes for rent from
$750-850 monthly. 259-2255 or 813-
1580. 11/13tfc
3 BR, 2 BA mobile home with front
porch on one acre lot in Macclenny,
$600/month plus deposit. 275-2650.
6/17-6/24p
3 BR, 1 BA house in the country. Service
animals only, $600/month, $500 deposit.
Call 923-2191. 5/27-6/17p
Mobile homes. 2 and 3 BR, A/C, service
animals only, $500-$575 plus deposit.
904-860-4604. 3/17tfc
Mobile homes for rent from $475 to
$525, garbage, water, sewage and lawn
care included. 904-219-2690, 912-843-
8165. 1/14tfc
6 BR, 42 BA, new construction, 3000
SF, two story in city limits, no smoking,
service animals only, $1500. 904-233-
0980. 6/17p
Rent to own, 1 BR house in Cuyler $425/
month on one acre of land, private fish
pond. Askfor Frank West. 259-7389.
6/10-6/17p
2 BR 1 BA singlewide with a large room,
$500/month, $300 deposit. Located in
the country with a big yard. 275-2251
after 5:00 pm. 6/10-6/17p



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Macclenny Realty, Inc.
WE HAVE THE HOME FOR YOU
533 S. 6th St. Macclenny 259-7709
Wayne Combs, Lic. Real Estate Broker-~ Cell. 338-4528
Anne Kitching, Realtor ~ Cell. 892-8064
Gary Taylor, Realtor ~ Cell. 568-4800


UU / 4 JLK, Z LA I// lS home in lac-
clenny II close to I-10 on 1 acre. Open
living room, large master with separate
shower and whirlpool tub, separate laundry
with additional closet space, screened back
porch. $228,900


REAL ESTATE
3 BR, 2 BA 2286SFhouse
built in 1976 with many
upgrades. Beautifully main-
tained with some tile. Large
yard with workshop, garage,
carport, storage building and
potting shed. New roof, a/c
and pump. See to appreciate.
$198,000
VACANT LAND
High and dry 7.5 acres for
you to build your dreamhome
on or put a mobile home.
Worth the ride! $64,900
1 acre lot with trees. High
& Dry! In Hunters Ridge.
$34,900


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River front cabin. Private, secluded, very
quiet and overlooking the beautiful St.
Marys River A must see for a vacation
home, close to home on 2 acres! $129,900


Secluded 10 acres located
minutes from 1-10. The per
fect location for your new
home. Lots of wildlife and 12-
15 yr old planted pines. Hors-
es welcome. Owner financing
available $84,900
Beautiful 7.33 acre lot with
mature oaks and nice pasture.
Sellerwill divide. $120,000
COMMERCIAL
GENERAL
Great location for retail
business 1404 SF build-
ing currently used as a car
lot. No sign on property
Zoned commercial general.
$250,000


Updated old style house
with new wiring and panel
box, tile with 5 rooms
lus bath. Perfect for of
ces. Zoned commercial.
$119,900
Excellent business location.
Fourlots total 1.20 acres with
approx. 320 Ft. Hwy 121
frontage. $419,000
Great location for future
development. 5 acres zoned
commercial general or PUD.
$235,000
Excellent corner for busi
ness..92 acre located on US
Hwy 90 zoned commercial
general. $219,900


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3 BR, 2 BA doublewide, $800 deposit,
$700/month. 904-259-8269.6/10-6/17p
3 BR, 2 BA singlewide on 2.6 acres, $750/
month. Call 259-5149 between 8:00 am -
6:00 pm Monday-Friday for more details.
6/10-6/17p
2 BR, 2 BA completely remodeled mobile
home on ST. Mary's River, $800/month
plus deposit. 259-6528, 424-9589.6/17p





Smoky Mountain cabin, with trout stream
near Cherokee, Maggie Valley, Gatlinburg,
Pigeon Forge and Dollywood, $350/week.
386-752-0013. 5/13-7/1 p





Commercial space for lease with office,
lobby and outside display area at Coun-
try Federal Credit Union Glen Branch on
US-90 in Glen St. Mary. Contact Brian
Yarbrough at 759-5734 for details.4/29tfc
Commercial office space, highway 90
next to City Hall. Must see showroom,
$600/month plus deposit. Call for details.
408-1392,509-7246. 6/10-6/17p
Office space, 500 SF, Macclenny Av-
enue, $450 rent, $450 deposit. 259-6546.
4/15tfc
Large commercial rental space, ap-
proximately 650 SF in Glen St. Mary
$500/month plus tax, $250/deposit. 259-
2707. 5/20-6/17c
Commercial building, three bay doors on
/2 acre fenced in on US 90, Macclenny,
$700/month plus $500 deposit. 904-226-
3064, 904-259-5383. 6/10-6/17p





16x70 1994 mobile home, $5500. 259-
5469. 6/17p
Limited time, special government loan
program for first time home buyers if you
own land or have family land. 2 years job
time. Call for immediate qualification. 772-
8031. 6/10-7/8c
Used homes, The all new 13th Street
Homes, 2000 fleet 28x64, 4 BR, 2 BA
$29,995. Call 386-418-0424. Six miles
south on 441, Alachua, FL. 6/3-6/24c
Like new, 2 BR singlewide mobile home,
great shape, includes complete set-up,
$14,900. Call Jared. 904-259-4663.
jm_martin23@yahoo.com 6/3-6/24c
Factory repo, 32x80 4 BR, 2 BA $5000
below invoice. Call John T. 386-344-
5234. 6/3-6/24c
2011 doublewide delivered and set-up
only $29,995. The all new 13th Street
Home Sales, Alachua, FL. Call 386-418-
0424. 6/3-6/24c
Doublewide starter home, starting at
$35,000. 1360 SF with lots of extras. Call
(904) 504-3986 for details. 5/13-5/27c
Must see, 28x56 3 BR, 2 BA, living room
and den for only $15,900. Call John T.
386-344-5234. 6/3-6/24c
Only one left, 32 wide, $96,900 delivered.
772-8031. 6/10-7/8c


Huge 32x80, 4 BR, free set-up with brand
new A/C, $59,000. Call Jared at 904-259-
4663 jm_martin23@yahoo.com
6/3-6/24c
2010 16x80 3 BR, 2 BA $35,900 delivered.
Only two left in stock. 772-8031.
6/10-7/8c
Limited time only, we will pay off your
land and get you a new home. 772-8031.
6/10-7/8c
2008 used 28x80, 4 BR, 2 BA, A/C, skirting
included, delivered and set-up $59,995.
$4,000 furniture package included. Call
386-418-0424. 6/3-6/24c
No money down, when you own your
land. 3 BR at $299/month, 4 BR at $349/
month. Call Jared at 904-259-4663. jm_
martin23@yahoo.com 6/3-6/24c
Prestige Home Centers, every model
must go. Let's deal 866-605-7255.
9/10tfc
16x66 2 BR, 2 BA with fireplace and huge
rooms, only $12,500. Call John T. 386-
344-5234. 6/3-6/24c
2011 16 wide, 2 BR, 2 BA, delivered and
set-up $25,995. Call 386-418-0424. 13th
Street Home Sales, Alachua, FL.
6/3-6/24c


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New Edward Jones representative Michael Gregory hosted an
open house June 12 at the S. 6th St. office with hot dogs, pop-
corn and bounce house. At least a dozen visitors took part in the
festivities, which also included the ribbon cutting show above.
Pictured from left Mr. Gregory, receptionist Priscella McCarty,
and Chamber of Commerce director Darryl Register.


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3BR 1BA home on nice corner lot across the street
from YMCA complex in the heart of MacClenny.
$69,000
WELL MAINTAINED! MLS#533379 3BR 2BASWMH
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$64,900
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EXCEPTIONAL HOME! MLS#539188This 3BR 2BA
hm is located in Sands Point Subdivision on cul-
de-sac lot. 42" cabinets, cathedral ceilings, garden
tub w/ separate shower, security system and much
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REMARKABLE HOME!- MLS#529356This3BR2BA
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many extras. Eat-in kitchen w breakfast bar. Lots of
upgrades. Seller can close quickly! $199,999
SPECTACULAR BRICK HOME! MLS#531346 This
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JAX RANCH CLUB MLS#452129 Get away from
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WHAT A DEAL! MLS#496329 Great home for the
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LOVELY BRICK HOME! MLS#488789 This 3BR2BA
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A MUST SEE! MLS#514241 Beautiful corner lot,
former Richmond model. 4BR 2.5 BA, tile flr, Ig
family rm w built-in bookcases. Crown molding,
corain countertops, work desk off kitchen. Covered
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THIS IS A FIXER-UPPER! MLS#529124 Large
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open formal living rm, sep. dining rm, kitchen
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COUNTRY HOME! MLS#530336 This 4BR 2BA
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS


First 2B Youth Rodeo at fairgrounds

Future cowgirls and cowboys com-
peted in the first 2B Youth Rodeo
at the Baker County Fairgrounds
June 12. The 2B Youth Rodeo is a
family youth-oriented rodeo asso-
ciation based in Baker County. The
associations purpose is to provide
a safe and fun environment for
children to enjoy rodeo. This first
rodeo offered 11 events for ages
up to 18 and included tie down calf
roping, team roping, pole bending,
barrel racing, sheep and steer rid-
ing. A banquet followed the event
and participants with the highest
scores were awarded a variety of P
prizes such as saddles, belt buck-
les and rope bags. Pictured at left
is Savannah Mullis, and at right is
Lacy Green.


What to do this summer


Activities here for youths, adults


KELLEY LANNIGAN
FEATURES
features@bakercountypress.com

It's summer. School is out. What to
do with the kids? Baker County offers a
variety of children and family-oriented
activities that are free or reasonably
priced.

Summer reading programs for kids
EmilyTaber Library in Macclenny has
Make a Splash! READ! summer reading
programs for children every Thursday
at 10:00 am through July 22. Programs
are free and take place at the Macclenny
Woman's Club on 5th Street unless
otherwise indicated.These fun and in-
formative reading programs last about
an hour often include a craft activity or
feature a special guest.
June 17: Buckets of bubbles (Emily
Taber Library)
June 24: Pirates at the Library. Pirate
stories and escapades.
July 1: The Magic of Reading with
the GreatJodini.
July 8: Rainy Days at your Library
- stories and crafts.
July 15: Monsters of the Deep! Visit
with Jaws and Nessie.
July 22: End of Summer Shindig.
Come foran ice cream party!

Vacation bible school
Numerous area churches offer vaca-
tion Bible school programs open to all
children. Call individual churches for
dates, times and registration informa-
tion.

Maxville library
The library is located only 10 miles
from Macclenny at the corner of Max-
ville Boulevard (Hwy 301) and Nor-
mandy Boulevard. The Maxville library
is also offering a Make a Splash! READ!
program for children every Wednesday
through August 18 at 2:30 pm. This
summer's programs incorporate read-
ing, puppet shows, finger plays and
movement exercises. All programs fea-
ture water themes such as Swamps and
Alligators, Deep Sea Adventure, Ducks
and Ponds and Splish Splash Summer.
Call the Maxville library for more details
at 904-289-7563.

Parks
Macclenny's Memorial Park with
access from West Blvd. and 8th Street
offers a one-half mile paved walking
and fitness trail, picnic pavilions and
rest room facilities. It's a popular spot
for family outings and birthday parties.
Feed the ducks but remember, no fish-
ing in the pond.
St. Mary's Shoals Park offers picnic
areas, one bathroom facility, walking
trails and access to the St. Mary's River.
The main entrance is located on Odis
Yarborough Road.
Little St. Mary's Park is located off
Hwy 90 between Macclenny and Glen
St. Mary. The park has a stocked pond,
parking area,three waterside docks and
a picnic pavilion.
Heritage Park is located on West
Lowder Street. This scenic park is open
daily, except Sunday and features picnic
pavilions as well. Entrance to historic
exhibits and the chapel are only during
specifically scheduled events.

Skateboard Park
The skateboard park is located next
to the Baker County Health Department
on West Lowder Street. The park offers
a small enclosed playground for kids,
benches and access to a paved area
constructed for skateboarding.

Camping
Ocean Pond Campground is a 1760-
acre natural lake located north of the
town of Olustee off Hwy 90. Sixty-seven
campsites are available fortents, trailers
or motor homes. Many of these camp-
sites sites allow guests to enjoy the wa-
ter or fish rightfrom their campsite.

Summer Day Camps
Baker County's 4H camps are open


to all children, notjust 4H members.
*Children ages 8-13 can explore arts
and crafts, sewing fun and creative ex-
pression through art at Crafty Campers
July 12-16. The registration deadline is
June 28.The cost is $50. Call 259-3520.
Cloverbud Camp will take place
July 20-22 for ages 5-7 from 9:00 am
until noon.The cost is $30. It's an activi-
ties-based day camp offered by adult
and teen leaders to help Cloverbud kids
explore 4-H projects. The registration
deadline is July 5. Call 259-3520.
Archery Day Camp, August 3-5, is
for ages 8-18. For $50, kids can learn
archery with stick and re-curve bows.
Registration musttake place by July 19.
Call 259-3520.
Inquiring Minds, August 16-20
from 8:00am to 5:00 pm forages 11-18.
The camp is limited to 12 participants
and the cost is $100. This special day
camp is for youth who have attended
Baker County camps in previous years
and have the recommendation or have
demonstrated advanced inquiry in Sci-
ence and Environmental issues. The
group will travel to different locations
around North Eastern Florida for field
trips each day. Registration deadline is
July 2. Call 259-3520.

YMCA
The YMCA is located at 98 West
Lowder Street. Summer day camps for
children ages 5-12 will run Monday
through Friday from 6:30am to 6:00 pm
through August 20. Activities include
swimming, swimming clinics, sports,
field trips, team and character building
activities. The cost is $120 weekly for
non-members.

Kids Summer Camp
Eagle's Nest School Readiness Center
will have its summer camp for children
ages 5-12 June 9 to August 16. Activities
will include cookouts, field trips, swim-
ming, skating, bowling and more. The
cost is $200 per week. Call 259-8466 or
305-2131.

Baseball Camp
Weekly summer baseball camps
starting June 14 will be offered fora va-
riety of age groups at 1159 S. 6th Street
in Macclenny, the home of the Baker
Boyz traveling baseball team. Call 904-
397-0420.

Horse Camp
Miss Cathy's Summer Riding Camp
in Glen St. Mary will have weekly riding
camps June 14 to July 16 for ages 6-18.
The cost is $200 per week. Call 259-
7752.

BlackwaterYouth Golf Program
The Blackwater golf course in Baxter
will be reserved for youth ages 13 and
under on Tuesdays and Thursdays from
10:00 am to 2:00 pm. No instruction is
provided and the cost is $50.The course
is located at 11803 Don Burnsed Road
in Baxter. Call 904-259-4653.

Camp S.T.Y.L.E.
For students in 5th through 8th
grades August 9-14. Participants build
leadership, character and confidence
through a variety of activities during
this week-long session held at Florida
Bible Camp in High Springs, Florida.
The cost is $150. Registration deadline
is June 30. Applications are available
at Keller Intermediate or Baker County
Middle School. Call 259-7822 for more
information.


Horticulture Camp
Junior Master Gardener Summer
Camp, August 9-13 for ages 8-14. $50.
Learn all about planting, growing and
maintaining plants through a variety
of hand-on activities. Co-hosted with
Horticulture Department and the Mas-
ter Gardeners. Registration deadline is
July 26.

Free events
Northeast Florida State Hospital's
annual Forth of July Celebration July 1.
The event starts 5:30 p.m. with live local
entertainment, kids activities, funnel
cakes and more. Fireworks at 9:00 pm.
The Town of Baldwin's Annual Cel-
ebration of Freedom, July 3, 2010. This
all-day and family-oriented event is
sponsored by the Town of Baldwin and
features a parade, exhibits, free water-
melon, food booths, games for all ages,
pony rides, clowns, live musical enter-
tainment,flea market, face painting and
a dunking booth. No fireworks. Exhibit
opens at 9:00 am with parade at 11:00
am and music from 1:00 to 7:00 pm.
Free parking is provided in designated
areas.

Miscellaneous
Baker County Historical Society on
Mclver Street is open Saturdays from
10:00 am to 4:00 pm and by appoint-
ment. The society features a genea-
logical research room, county records
room, historical items exhibit and the


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