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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS


81 st Year, Vol. 15 Winner of 10 state awards for journalism excellence in 2009


District


retains


B grade


by state

JOEL ADDINGTON
NEWS EDITOR
reporter@bakercountypress.com
The Baker County School
District held onto its B grade
from the Florida Department
of Education [FDOE] this year
despite drops in other districts
around the state.
Recent disagreements be-
tween FDOE and the Florida
Association of District School
Superintendents on the accu-
racy of learning gains made on
the 2010 FCAT one measure-
ment used to determine school
grades won't affect Baker
County, said Superintendent
Sherrie Raulerson just hours af-
ter school grades were released
August 5.
"We're well positioned no
matter what," she said.
That's because more Baker
County students showed they
were meeting "high standards"
this year than last year, and
more showed learning gains
in reading when compared to
2009, according to FDOE data
released last week.
Gains in math remained
level with 71 percent of students
scoring better this year than last
year.
The state also released in-
dividual school grades, which
showed Keller Intermediate
maintaining its B grade and
Baker County Middle School
keeping its A grade.
High school grades are ex-
pected for release in November
or December, Ms. Raulerson
said.
High school grades are based
50 percent on FCAT results and
50 percent on other factors like
the graduation rate and accel-
erated course participation and
performance.
The number of BCHS stu-
dents meeting high standards
and improving reading and
math scores increased this
year, however; which may lead
to a change in its status as a "D"
school.
The percentage of high
school students showing gains
in math rose from 71 to 74 per-
cent, and in reading from 40 to
49 percent.
Percentages for those meet-
ing high standards jumped 5
percent in reading, 4 percent in
math, 12 percent in writing and
8 percent in science.
The gains led to a 43-point
increase in the school's score.
"A lot of places have gone
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City limits

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Infant deaths spike


Group seeks 'prevent' task force


JOEL ADDINGTON
NEWS EDITOR
reporter@bakercountypress.com
twenty-two days after Trevor James Pend-
leton's birth, his mother found him cold
and rigid in her bed with dried blood un-
der his nose.
It was a Friday morning: February 13, 2009.
"I knew right then my son was gone, but I didn't
want to believe it," said Cindy Pendleton, 23, of
Sanderson.
She remembers screaming for help and per-
forming CPR, and trying to suck the blood from
her newborn's nose.
The death was attributed to Sudden Infant
Death Syndrome, or SIDS, which means doctors
couldn't explain medically why it occurred.
"You never think it will happen to you, but it
happened..." said the mother of three. "It was aw-
ful. It pretty much destroyed me for a little while.
I'll never be over it, but the Lord has helped me
move on. My friends and my family have helped
me move on."
Three months ago her youngest son was born.
Her eldest is 5 years old and her daughter is 3.
Last January the family observed what would've
been Trevor's first birthday at his grave only a quar-
ter mile from their Richardson Road home.
"We all released a balloon into the sky, into
heaven, for him," said Ms. Pendleton.

Infant deaths on the rise
Trevor was one of seven Baker County babies
who died before their first birthday in 2009. Three
of the fatalities were sleep-related.


PHOTO BY JOEL ADDINGTON
Vandalism already: Shoals gate destroyed by vehicle strike.

Shoals could be used

as conservation center


JOEL ADDINGTON
NEWS EDITOR
reporter@bakercountypress.com
St. Mary's Shoals Park
northwest of Glen St. Mary is
in its final stage of development
and the county is busy laying
the groundwork for its future
operations, namely youth pro-
grams.
Last week the Baker County
Commission authorized adver-
tising for a park manager, heard
from a state wildlife official
about the park's potential for a
Youth Conservation Center and
approved an agreement with a
local dog hunting club to trap
and remove troublesome hogs
from the 16oo-acre park.
The club referred to as
the Baker County Dog Hunters
- will incorporate youth par-


ticipation and education dur-
ing the hunts, which will take
place twice a month on Friday
or Saturday evenings, said club
member Joey Witherington.
"It's something for the kids
to enjoy and learn about the
woods and nature," he said. "It
may get some kids who have
never hunted before out there,
and they may love it."
The agreement with the
county will require that all
participants, both youths and
adults, sign a liability waiver
and show proof of insurance
before the hunts take place.
Possession of alcohol or fire-
arms is prohibited by the agree-
ment, which also mandates
that children younger than 15
are accompanied by a parent or
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The seven deaths are responsible for the area's
exceptionally high infant mortality rate, which is
the number of deaths before age 1 per ooo1000 live
births.
It rose to 18.5 deaths per ooo1000 live births last
year. That's about 2 percent of all children.
The rate had been on a downward slide since
2005, hitting 2.5 deaths per ooo1000 live births in
2008.
There's only about 400 births each year to Baker
County mothers.
"There's such a small number of births you're
working with, so [the infant mortality rate] fluc-
tuates a bit. But over time it's still pretty high,"
said Erin Petrie of the Northeast Florida Healthy
Start Coalition, a nonprofit organization based in
Jacksonville that oversees Healthy Start programs
regionally.
She gave a presentation on the county's high
infant mortality rate August 9 to Healthy Baker, a
nonprofit corporation led by a group of local health
officials.
The state tracks rolling infant mortality rates
for three-year periods. From 2005 through 2009,
Baker County's rate was similar to the statewide
and regional rate only during the 2006-08 period
when it averaged 7.4.
For 2005-07, the rate here was 12.6 compared to
the statewide average of 7.2 and northeast Florida's
average of 8.8. During 2007-09, Baker County's
rate grew again to 10.
The spike garnered the attention of the Healthy
Start coalition. It's seeking volunteers for an infant
mortality task force in Baker County to be mod-
eled after a four-year-old initiative in St. Johns
County.
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He gave her back a life

Surgeon implants new hip joint


KELLEY LANNIGAN
FEATURES
features@bakercountypress.com
Last year, Brandy Sapp
suffered a freak accident.
Unaware of the damage to
her body, her situation went
undiagnosed for months,
leading to a widespread
infection. The damage ren-
dered her nearly paralyzed
and almost claimed her
life.
Enter Dr. Stanton Lon-
genecker, a Jacksonville
orthopedic surgeon with an
engineering background. ,
A new hip prosthesis he
helped develop has recently
given Brandy back her life.
"Her case was the worst
I've ever seen," said Dr.
Longenecker. "It's highly
unusual for a 30-year-old
woman to break a hip and
just as unusual for the Dr. Stanton Longenecke
situation to drag out like it he used on Brandy Sapp
did. Life dealt this young
woman a really bad hand of cards. It was my job to
reshuffle the deck."
Brandy is the first to receive the newly designed
titanium short stem prosthesis and her prognosis
is excellent. Her goal is to be walking on her own by
the time her children start school Aug. 23.
"I'm more than pleased, I'm ecstatic," Dr. Lon-
genecker said of his patient's remarkable progress.
"At her age, she had the most to lose if it didn't
work and the most to gain if it did."

The Accident
It was a Saturday night in late November 2009
and Brandy Sapp was in Lake Butler, mounted on
her horse and getting ready to compete in a barrel


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and suddenly my horse
jox crow-hopped left," she said.
"My body winged right and
W.it pulled my left hip out of
the socket."
Just as suddenly, she felt
her hip pop back and be-
cause there was no signifi-
cant pain she went ahead
with the race. Then she
went about her business,
went home and finally to
bed.
The next morning she
realized something was
wrong.
"I tried to get up and
I could hardly get out of
bed. I thought I must have
pulled a groin muscle," she
said.
No better on Monday,
PHOTO BY KELLEY LANNIGAN she went to the emergency
ds the titanium hip joint room at Fraser Hospital,
but the medical staff found
nothing abnormal. She was
sent home with pain pills and a muscle relaxer and
returned to her job in Jacksonville.
By Thursday she was limping and in consider-
able pain. But it was another symptom that had her
most alarmed. She called her mother-in-law Alice
Sapp.
"Can you get me in to see a doctor?" she asked.
"The people at work say I'm turning yellow."

'A living nightmare'
The next three months, which included 22 days
of hospitalization at St. Vincent's, were a harrow-
ing journey. Throughout that entire period, she
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Shoals: to contract for management


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guardian.
The hunts cannot take place
without youth participation.
"The primary intent is for
education and training of young
adults interested in hog hunting
activities and assisting the coun-
ty in controlling feral hogs on the
property," the agreement states.
The hunts will be open to all
Baker County residents.
An orientation meeting later
this month for potential partici-
pants is being planned, said Mr.
Witherington. He added it would
be advertised.
County commissioners ap-
proved the agreement during
their regular meeting August 3.
"I see nothing but good things
coming out of this," commented
Chairman Alex Robinson.

Future site for youth center
During the same meeting,
Steve Robbins, a regional hunter
safety coordinator with the Flori-
da Fish and Wildlife Commission
[FWC], asked that the county
submit an application for the
park to be considered as a future
Youth Conservation Center site.
In the next few years, he said
the state aims to build 20 such
centers around Florida to the
Beau Turner Youth Conservation
Center in Jefferson County about
30 minutes east of Tallahassee.
The facility's namesake is the
son of media mogul Ted Turner.
It runs entirely on solar power
and features hunting, fishing,
kayaking, archery and wildlife
viewing activities.
Mr. Robbins visited Shoals
Park in May and said it would be
an ideal location for a center to
serve Northeast Florida. It would
help strengthen the bond be-
tween families, the outdoors and
wildlife conservation, he said.
The application would not
commit the county financially or
otherwise to the project.
"By building these centers
around the state, we have a
chance to help create the next
generation of conservationists
who will care for Florida," Mr.
Robbins told the board.
Applications from around
the state, which are due by Sep-
tember o1, will be reviewed and
ranked by the FWC's board of
directors.
"It's something we'd like to see
get off the ground as soon as pos-


sible," said Mr. Robbins.
As funding becomes available
for center development, sites
ranking the highest would be
funded first, said county Grants
Coordinator Maurice Postal.
FWC is working with the
Wildlife Foundation of Florida
to secure funding for the effort
statewide.
"We are seeking $25 million in
private funding over the next five
years," said foundation director
Brett Boston by e-mail late last
week.
"We are also working with all
levels of government to create a
collaborative investment model
that maximizes the available
public funding," he said. "We are
seeking federal funds, as well as
available local, county and non-
profit funds directed at youth and
conservation."

County to contract for park
management
With so much acreage and
miles and miles of horse and off-
highway vehicle trails located
at the park, county officials are
seeking someone to manage the
property and maintain security.
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Yarborough Road was smashed
open recently and tires marks are
visible in the newly paved park-
ing area there.
County Manager Joe Cone
presented a proposal August 3 to
contract with the company now
running the county's garbage
collection sites Mark Woods'
Southeastern Services Inc.
Using an outside company
eliminates costs associated with
retirement and health insurance
benefits that county employees
receive.
The position would be funded
with revenue from timber har-
vests on the property. Proceeds
have to be spent at the park in ac-
cordance with the county's agree-
ment with the state.
Mr. Cone said if the county
provided a vehicle, radio and
uniform for the park manager or
managers, and kept the property
open from 8:00 am to 7:oo pm
seven days a week, the contract
cost would be $47,000 annually.
The costs reflects a $16.44
hourly rate for the position, he
said.
Commissioner Gordon Crews
balked at the contract cost.
"I'm a little uncomfortable
with this," he said. "It's $20,000


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Two appraisals have been
done on land surrounding the
park almost 800 acres to the
north and west for Florida
Communities Trust [FCT], a state
land conservation agency.
The commission has agreed to
accept the land should FCT fund
the purchase from the landown-
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and after a third appraisal is fin-
ished, FCT will make an offer on
the property.
"We should know if we have a
deal by the end of the month or
the first part of September," he
said.

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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---


Wonders about differing bonds


Dear Editor:
Regarding the August 5 front
page article on the two fatal acci-
dents, my question is on the dis-
parity between the bonds set for
each alleged offender. Both acci-
dents appear to be alcohol relat-
ed, but one bond is at $5000 [Mr.
Crews] and the other $500,000
(Mr. Daniels).
Could this be a misprint?
I recently watched a televi-
sion program that portrayed dif-
ferent situations involving acts
of vandalism, taunting of the


Why keep

borrowing?
Dear Editor:
On May 25, another taxpayer
of Baker County and I attended
a meeting with our county
manager and the chairman of
the county commission. Our
purpose was to go over a list
of questions and concerns
we had about the way grants
are handled, quotes are taken
and other items. Most of the
questions and concerns were
answered to our satisfaction,
except interest being paid with
our tax dollars.
In the past, including this
year, county commissioners
made decisions to borrow
money to purchase different
items costing $3,698,903.00 at
interest rates from 3.75 percent
to 6.6 percent.
In 2009 the tax payers,
paid $193,598.40 interest on
outstanding loans. Keep in
mind that Baker County has
approximately $8 million in
reserve funds, with the max
interest being earned of 3
percent, according to the Clerk
of Court records.
At this meeting and follow up
e-mails I have asked, begged and
pleaded with them and no one on
the board has publicly discussed
making any changes. This is just
not being responsible.
This letter is intended to make
every taxpayer in Baker County
aware that, in my humble
opinion, paying interest is a
serious waste of our tax dollars.
Is there any known reason to
borrow money for purchases
when you have the money in the
bank to pay cash for them and
save the interest?
If you are concerned for the
future of your children and
grandchildren, get involved with
your local government while you
still have the freedom to do so.
Attend the meeting of your
choice to see for yourself how
decisions are being made and
what is going on. If you don't
agree with them, voice your
concerns. If you do agree,
support them. This is the only
way that we will get our county,
state and country back to a "free
nation."
Herb Rodgers
Macclenny


elderly and other similar acts of
violence.
The actors at first were all
white, then the same scenario
with black actors. Also, the vic-
tims changed from male to fe-
male.
It was amazing to see the gen-
eral public's response to each
situation. Unfortunately, in the
case where the white actors were
doing the damage, not as many
people paid attention as com-
pared to the black actors.


I hope this is not the case in
these two unfortunate accidents.

Phyllis Silcox
Callahan
[It is not the case. The article last week
incorrectly stated that Mr. Crews was
freed on $5000 bond, based on informa-
tion that had been given verbally to the
newspaper from an official source. In
fact, he remains in county jail without
bond, as does Mr. Daniels. On another
note, it's a sad commentary that we are
so quick to assign racial overtones to any
situation.]


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AUGUST 5, 2010


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Positive candidate vibes


IMPRESSIONS
Jim McGauley
As the local primary elections
draw near, most of Baker Coun-
ty's likely voters are turning their
attention to the candidates and
hopefully are in the final stages
of deciding who they're going to
side with come primary day on
August 24.
The stable of local candidates
is generally giving off positive
vibes all appear to be at least


minimally qualified and others
are more than qualified to hold
local office based on educational
and professional backgrounds.
As predicted years ago, the
number of Republicans coming
out as candidates continues to
increase, and soon Baker County
will join most of its counterparts
in northeast Florida with both
major parties well represented in
local races. You no longer have to
be a Democrat to get anywhere,
and judging by what that party
has given us nationally in recent
years, I'm a bit surprised there


Call to churches, others to join fight


Dear Editor:
I am writing this as a
concerned individual, taxpayer,
Christian and an American.
Back in April I sent out an
open letter to churches in the
Baker County area. My attempt
was to notify the church bodies
about the Baker County Tea
Party's May event and get the
churches involved in what is
happening in our country.
Out of 56 letters sent, 19 came
back as undeliverable. There
was not the first response or
acknowledgement to the letter
from any of the churches.
Seeing that God is being
removed from our society, the
memberships in our churches


This newspaper is printed on recycled paper.


are declining and the moral
values in this country are
going downhill, I expected the
churches to get involved, stand
up and fight for our God and
country on these issues.
I could not understand why
they did not, then I did some
research. Federal tax code 501
(C)(3) is the typical filing for
churches that give them their
tax-exempt status.
This code requires that the
exempted organization not
support a candidate or influence
legislation, so our churches do
not engage our government in
fear of losing their tax exemption
status.
The fact is that churches are
already exempt from taxes as
stated in the Constitution, Bill
of Rights, First Amendment,
and in the federal tax code,


which do not place restrictions
or limitations on them, so in fact
the 501(c)(3) designation is not
necessary. But any church that
files this status is bound by it
restrictions.
The government is removing
our constitutional rights as it
relates to our right of religion,
and the churches are doing
nothing to stop this. I would like
to know how the churches feel or
can justify trading the religious
freedoms for the tax exemption,
in other words money.
Our founding fathers gave
us a country based on God; we
are allowing that to be removed.
If you think not, consider this
- it will take only one person
to file legal action and stop all
references to God in our Baker
County schools, government
meetings and any other place


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'What you had to say..:"


We asked our Facebook fansAugust
10, "How do yourkids feel aboutgoing
back to school? Excited or dreading it?"
Here's whatyou had to say...

Joanna Touchton:
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that is part of our government.
Look at what the ACLU has
just filed in Jacksonville.
At some point in your life you
will need to take a stand for your
religious and personal freedoms
or you will have them taken
away. I know I will upset some
people with this letter, so be it. I
am fighting for God and country,
I ask for your help. Join me and
millions of other patriots in
defending our freedoms and the
Constitution.
Is money that important to
our churches and yourself?
I will not tell my children that
I did not do all that I could to
protect their future. Will you?
Jay Jacobs
Glen St. Mary





to be active in the day. I have noticed
many teens on Facebook stating they
are bored and ready to go back. Let's
see how true that is when we have to
wake them up early:'

Jessica King Kittrell:
"I think most are ready to go back,
give it a week and we'll all be counting
down to summer."

Cathy Johannes Rhoden:
"My kids have asked me everyday
to get the paper and find out who
their teachers are.

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hasn't been a mass exodus to the
GOP in local registration.
Truth is, party affiliation
means little when one gets down
to the school board and county
commission level both as it ap-
plies to candidates or their loyal-
ties once in office.
The undercurrent issues here
in 2010 seem more active in
school board races odd since
the non-partisan contests are
generally little more than popu-
larity contests. And that's not
surprising since school boards
across Florida have relatively
little leeway in deciding the
real nuts and bolts of running
schools.
The all-knowing, all-seeing
bureaucrats at the Department
of Education in Tallahassee have
seen to that, with collusion from
the Florida Legislature that con-
trols the money spigot without
which we'd probably only be able
to fund school buses and janito-
rial services.
There's a school [excuse the
pun!] of thought that believes
school boards are powerful only
in counties where superinten-
dents are appointed. We're not
one of them.
Yet we're hearing rumblings
this election year suggesting that
meaty issues may actually be
playing a role in the school board
races.
Should we re-elect a school
board member who is the father
of the sitting superintendent?
Is the school board merely
a "rubber stamp" as alleged by an
incumbent who is not seeking re-
election?
Is there an intolerance for
dissent on the school board?
Did our most recent ex-school
superintendent put up someone
to run against that "renegade"
incumbent who then decided not
to run?
Are there too many mem-
bers of the same family in admin-
istrative and elective positions in
the district?
If you don't think people are
talking about these issues, put
your ear to the ground. Will
they make a difference in the
outcome? We'll know later this
month.
On a broader scale, both coun-
ty and school board candidates
need to do more talking about
and commit to a future of limited
or no growth in discretionary
spending for coming decades.
We're dealing with dwindling
revenues and a body politic that's
had it up to here with salaries and
benefits that exceed what those
of us in the private sector have to
live with.
Be thankful we don't have to
deal with public employee unions
as rabid as those in larger cities
and counties. But that doesn't
let local board members off the
hook on manpower and compen-
sation.
The goal of all candidates from
here out should be efficient gov-
ernment on a local level mak-
ing due with existing revenues
even if it means rejecting new
expenditures and cutting back
on personnel through attrition or
layoffs.
Tough decisions for tough
times. Most of us in the private
sector have had to live with less
and will continue to do so. Public
sector should be no different.


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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS


CITY OF MACCLENNY COMMISSION


Permit needed for outdoor sales


Car knocks out power for 3000 Saturday
The 2003 Nissan shown above sheared the base of a power pole on US 90 just east of the Walmart Distribution Center
shortly after 5:00 pm on August 7 and interrupted power for 3000 Florida Power and Light customers in the Macclenny and
Glen St. Mary areas for between one and two hours. Driver Douglas Allen, 62, of Jacksonville was taken to Fraser Hospital
with minor injuries, and as of early this week the Florida Highway Patrol had not completed its report of the crash. In the
photo below, a compact car negotiates its way around a flooded entrance to the Rolling Meadows subdivision north of
Macclenny about the same time as heavy rains and thunderstorms moved through the area causing some flash flooding.


JOEL ADDINGTON
NEWS EDITOR
reporter@bakercountypress.com
Businesses in Macclenny will
now need special permission to
sell food and alcohol outdoors
in accordance with the latest
change to regulations governing
commercial zoning districts.
City commissioners unani-
mously approved the one-sen-
tence addition the evening of
August 1o.
It states, "All permitted uses
for retail outlets for the sale of
food and to include sale of beer
and wine shall be conducted
within a completely enclosed
building unless a special excep-
tion is approved."
Commercial property owners
can apply to the City of Macclen-
ny's five-member Zoning Adjust-
ment Board for the exception.
The board can deny or approve
the exception, or approve it un-
der specific conditions.
City Manger Gerald Dopson
said last month drinking out-
doors has caused problems at
Mac's Liquors downtown and the


measure was designed to address
those concerns.
Violation of the ordinance
could mean code enforcement
warnings and eventually fines
levied against property owners.
Commissioners also approved
without dissent the taking of
some 6800 square feet of land to
accommodate the straightening
and resurfacing of Lowder Street
south of US 90 to S. 6th St.
Construction of the state-
funded project is set to begin
next week, assistant city manager
Roger Yarbrough said. A pre-con-
struction meeting was August 11.
The vacant land being taken
by eminent domain for roughly


$3700 is made up of two parcels
under separate ownership.
Both parcels are located on
the northwest corner of Lowder
Street and Ray Phillips Road.
Mr. Dopson said the citywould
use transportation impact fees to
fund the purchase.
The commission will recon-
vene September 14 at 5:15 pm in
city hall, 118 E. Macclenny Ave.,
to set the tentative millage, or
property tax, rate and budget for
the 2010-11 fiscal year beginning
October 1.
Both measures will be up for
final approval September 28 at
the same time and location.
The public is welcome.


Infant death rate spikes here


((From page 1
Coalition hopes to launch task
force here
The objective of the task force
will be to pinpoint factors that
contribute to infant mortality,
specifically those that can be im-
pacted with community involve-
ment, and develop recommenda-
tions for action.
It will also function as a sub-
committee of the Healthy Baker
organization, which meets
monthly at the health depart-
ment.
"We really want to put infant
mortality in the forefront of peo-
ple's minds," said Ms. Petrie.
Infant mortality is considered
a sentinel indicator for an area's
overall health.
The US has a high infant mor-
tality rate compared to many
other countries, Florida's rate
is higher than the nation's and
Baker County's rate is high when
compared to other Florida coun-
ties.
According to the CIA World
Factbook, Baker County's infant
mortality rate is on par with that
of Sri Lanka.
The health of Baker County's
mothers, both before and after
conception, have a direct impact
on the health and well-being of
their children, Ms. Petrie said.
Too many women here receive
late or little prenatal care, smoke
during pregnancy and are over-
weight or obese prior to preg-
nancy; all of which lead to poor
infant health.
Women here also tend to have
babies too soon after giving birth
to previous children. Less than


a third of mothers giving birth
in 2008 waited the optimal 18
months between births.
"After birth, the body is de-
pleted of nutrients," explained
Ms. Petrie.
For instance, she said, there's
a lack of folic acid in the mother's
body, which helps combat birth
defects during pregnancy.
Sleep-related deaths are also
unusually common in Baker
County, accounting for 40 per-
cent of all infant deaths from
2005-08.
These deaths can occur when
infants are sleeping in their
parent's beds or sleeping on their
stomachs, and therefore more
susceptible to suffocation.
'This is what we call the low-
hanging fruit," said Ms. Petrie.
SIDS, also called crib death,
is classified as a sleep-related
death.
The poor health of many local
mothers didn't come as a shock


ap -a-


to Healthy Baker's treasurer Sam
Kitching.
"This information is out
there," he said. "Somehow we
haven't been able to get the seri-
ousness of this into the minds of
our friends and family ... Some-
how we're not touching the heart
strings to make a difference."
Health Department direc-
tor Kerry Dunlavey voiced her
support for the infant mortality
task force and asked that other
Healthy Baker board members
contact her office to participate.
"If we can get our mothers
healthy, we can get our babies
healthy," she said.
Anyone interested in address-
ing infant mortality in Baker
County can join the task force.
For more information or to vol-
unteer, call Erin Petrie at (904)
723-5422 ext. 113.
It should be noted that Mr.
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CIRCUIT COURT


Pleads before trial, gets a year

Felon admits to running from police January 1


A Jacksonville man, due to go
on trial early this week for pos-
session of a firearm by a convict-
ed felon and running from police,
instead entered a plea in circuit
court on August 6 and
was sentenced to a year
in prison.
Judge Phyllis Rosier
also ordered Michael J.
Henderson, 27, to pay
$400 to the court as the
cost of summoning po-
tential jurors who were
to be seated on August 9
just prior to the start of
the trial.
Mr. Henderson, who
at the time of his arrest Michael
was staying in the area
because he has a child in Mac-
clenny, was riding a bicycle near
MLK and Minnesota Ave. on New
Year's Day this year when hailed
by a county deputy seeking to
question him.
He fled on foot through pri-
vate yards and was arrested later
at a neighboring residence. Police
found a .40 caliber pistol they be-
lieved the defendant tossed as he
ran away, which turned up stolen
months earlier from a Florida
Department of Law Enforcement
agent in Jacksonville.
The state ended up dropping
the gun possession charge be-


He


cause FDLE could not find Mr.
Henderson's fingerprints on it.
He pleaded Friday only to the re-
sisting arrest count.
The defendant has a record
that includes a convic-
tion for grand theft.
In another case
where the defendant
got a year in prison,
Richard "Glen" Rafuse
of Macclenny pleaded
on August 3 to violating
probation after traces of
marijuana were detected
in his urine.
Mr. Rafuse, accord-
ing to court records, told
nderson his probation officer the
test results were due to
ingesting Marinol, a prescription
medication. He was unable to
produce the drug or proof that it
had been prescribed.
The defendant was on pro-
bation for a series of thefts and
forgeries in June, 2009 at the law
office of Maria Rogers in Nep-
tune Beach, where he was doing
community service for another
offense.
Ms. Rogers was at the time a
public defender conflict counsel
in Baker County. She has since
left.
Mr. Rafuse was convicted
of fraudulently endorsing over


$240 in checks and arranging for
$1142 in credit refunds from her
account all money that was in
turn deposited into his joint ac-
count in Macclenny.
Several other defendants drew
one-year terms in county ail dur-
ing the August 3 regular docket
day. They were:
CodyE. Hodges, who pleaded
no contest to sale of cocaine and
possession with intent to sell. He
was adjudged guilty and given 85
days for time already served.
Andrew B. Johnson, given
162 days credit in return for a no
contest plea to burglary, grand
theft and a reduced count of
misdemeanor criminal mischief.
A later hearing will determine a
restitution amount.
Floyd Henry Williams Jr.,
who admitted to violating proba-
tion in a 2008 case of trafficking
in stolen property.
Jason A. Parmeley, who ad-
mitted violating probation on
2008 cases for DUI, felony driv-
ing on a suspended license and
refusal to submit to breath or
urine testing.
John D. Hart II, who pleaded
no contest to grand theft and will
serve a year on probation follow-
ing release. He got 56 days credit
for time served and will be sub-
ject to a restitution hearing later.


Judge Rosier ordered Karin
Richendollar onto house arrest
for two years, followed by a two-
year probation, after her no con-
test plea to sale and possession of
controlled drugs.
Charles Osteen drew a six-
month house arrest after admit-
ting he violated probation in a
2009 case of driving on a license
that had been permanently re-
voked.
Lacey Surrency admitted to
violating probation for sale and
possession of marijuana in cases
earlier this year, and will be in
county jail six months less 61
days already served.
Four defendants were placed
on two-year probations, includ-
ing Lucious Jackson for crimi-
nal mischief, burglary and petty
theft; Troy Melton for carrying a
concealed firearm; Dustin Craw-
ford for grand theft, criminal
mischief and trespass; Steven
Ortiz for forgery and petty theft.
Judge Rosier ordered Dennis
Fields onto an 18-month proba-
tion after he pleaded no contest
to battery on a person over 65
and criminal mischief.
He must also submit to an
evaluation for substance abuse,
take classes in anger manage-
ment and pay restitution to his
victim.


Hip joint replacement gave her new life


(From page 1
saw a team of more than a dozen
doctors.
There were repeated CAT
scans, MRI x-rays, courses of
antibiotics, unnecessary physi-
cal therapy and compromised
kidney and liver function. She
lost her hair, developed a serious
blood clot, mental delusions, de-
pression and finally, the inability
to walk.
The scans, x-rays and other
tests showed nothing unusual.
"They tested my heart, my
lungs, my brain. I saw infectious
disease doctors. I had spots on
my lungs and on other organs.
At one point, they thought I had
cancer," said Brandy.
But no one could determine a
cause for the mysterious barrage
of ailments that had turned the
formerly vital, active mother of
two young children into a help-
less, often delusional, semi-in-
valid.
"I kept telling them (doctors)
that it was my hip, something
was wrong with my hip, but no
one believed me," she said. "It
was a living nightmare."
At the end of February, in hor-
rific pain and her liver and kid-
ney function failing, her family
brought her back to St. Vincent's.
Once again, she was admitted.
While there, she saw an ortho-
pedic doctor who performed a hip
tap procedure. The liquid drawn
from her hip revealed nothing.
"There's nothing wrong with
you," he told her. 'Twelve months
of physical therapy should do you
wonders."
"It was crazy," said Alice Sapp,
thinking back on her daughter-


in-law's situation. "The girl was
deathly ill, you could see it, yet
the doctors repeatedly said she
wasn't sick. The people in the
emergency room later told us
that if she had waited four more
hours to come in she would have
died."
Brandy decided she wanted a
second opinion from an orthope-
dic doctor and she knew exactly
who she wanted Dr. Stanton
Longenecker of the Jacksonville
Orthopedic Institute.
But the hospital discharged
her before she could arrange to
see him.
It would be sometime in
March before she got an appoint-
ment.
The desperate woman hung
on by sheer force of will.

Diagnosis and exploratory
surgery
By the time Brandy saw Dr.
Longenecker, she was in a wheel-
chair. Armed with copies of every
x-ray, CAT scan, MRI and other
medical record she had, she ar-
rived at his office.
The surgeon studied the re-
cords and x-rays. In five minutes
he made the diagnosis.
"I can tell you what happened
to you. You broke your balljoint,"
he said.
Ms. Sapp was scheduled for
exploratory surgery. Dr. Longe-
necker told her he had no idea
what he would find.
"I can't guarantee you any-
thing," he told her.
"This has ruined my life,"
Brandy told him. "I want my life
back however I can get it. Just do
this. I trust you."


It was April 28, a full four
months since the accident. Sur-
gery revealed that the break had
severed the blood supply to the
ball joint in Ms. Sapp's hip. The
joint had completely rotted away.
The resulting acute infection had
been the cause of the battery of
severe symptoms she had en-
dured over the months.
The surgeon removed the dead
ball joint and drilled out the in-
ner part of the upper femur bone
into which a temporary spacer
joint was fitted. The spacer was
designed to release antibiotics
internally.
When Brandy woke, Dr. Lon-
genecker explained what he
found and what was immediately
ahead for her.
"First we've got to beat down
this infection," he told her. "Re-
covery is going to be a long road,
but we're going to beat this."
Brandy was sent home. At-
tended by a home nurse, she
faced six weeks of care and ad-
ditional intravenous antibiot-
ics three times daily. These she
received through a port in both
arms so the medicine could be
straight-lined into her system.
The relief after the exploratory
surgery was immediate. Free
from pain for the first time in
months, Brandy's body was able
to relax. The healing began and
the results were rapid.
"When I saw Dr. Longenecker
two weeks later he was amazed,"
said Brandy. "He told me he had
never seen anyone heal so fast."

Getting back to normal
Brandy entered the hospital to
receive the short stem prosthesis


on June 23.
The second day after surgery
she was walking around. She
walked 400 feet. She went up
and down steps.
Dr. Longenecker dropped in
when she was undergoing physi-
cal therapy in "joint camp."
"You want to work out with
me?" she asked playfully.
"No," he said. "I think I'll just
watch for a while. You are doing
so good. I'm very proud of you."
"I was so touched by that," said
Brandy. "He wasn't scheduled to
come by. He had other surgeries
to attend to. But he took time out
from his schedule to come over
and see me."
Brandy has continued to re-
cover since that time. Soon after
surgery, she began walking with
crutches, slowly reconditioning
the muscles of the hip, knee and
leg that she'd not been able to use
normally for six months.
She's doing fine.
Brandy says she owes a lot
to husband Derek and children
Alexis and Caden, who through
the difficult months all pitched
in and took care of her, fixed the
meals, did laundry, cleaned the
house. She says they are her he-
roes.
"I was training to run a 5K in
Jacksonville before all this hap-
pened," said Brandy. "I won't run
again it's too hard on the joints.
But the day is coming when I will
ride my horse again. The doctor
says so."
While Alice Sapp also gives
credit to a higher power for her
daughter-in-law's recovery, she
is very grateful to the surgeon.


'B' grade

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love to see all A's, but given the
results, we're celebrating."
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS


Points pistol, threatens

Suspect hospitalized after incident


Charges are expected against a Glen St. Mary
man for pointing a pistol at another man outside a
Macclenny bar the evening of August 2 and threat-
ening to kill him.
Jeremy Griffis, 30, was hospitalized shortly after
the incident in front of Gator Patrick's bar late that
evening and placed under temporary observation
for mental health after threatening to kill himself.
He was taken into custody initially after Deputy
Matt Sigers stopped his 2006 Chevrolet pickup in
downtown Macclenny following the complaint from
the bar about 9:45. The vehicle matched a descrip-
tion given to police.
Mr. Griffis is accused of pulling the gun, a .38 cal-
iber pistol found in the pickup, on Robert Stevens,
51, of St. George, GA after the latter confronted him
about spinning his tires in the bar parking lot.
When Deputy Brandon Kiser was questioning
Mr. Stevens, the suspect drove by the bar on US 90
east and was identified by the victim. Deputy Sigers
was behind the Chevrolet at the time, and observed
it was speeding and left the roadway several times
while heading west back to Macclenny.
A rescue crew transported Mr. Griffis to Fraser
Hospital after he complained of breathing difficulty
and said he had ingested "a large amount" of pills.
A physician later determined the suspect had pneu-


monia.
He is expected to be charged with aggravated as-
sault with a deadly weapon and improper exhibition
of a firearm. The first offense is a felony, the second
a misdemeanor.
In other recent incidents, a criminal complaint
named leasha Coleman, 18, of Sanderson and
Amanda Simmons, 19, of Glen for battery on each
other the evening of August 6.
Deputy Sigers said Ms. Coleman accosted Ms.
Simmons, who was described as her former girl-
friend, and was upset that the latter was seeing an-
other woman, who was also present.
The confrontation took place on California Ct.
near Sanderson about 9:30.
All four participants in a brawl outside The
Swamp restaurant on South 6th in Macclenny the
evening of August 7 were named in complaints for
battery.
They were identified as Melissa Baggett, 22, and
Ciegie Parkin, 20, both of Jacksonville, Kaylee Yar-
borough, 20, of Macclenny and a 17-year-old female
from Macclenny.
Deputy Kevin Jenkins said he was unable to de-
termine the primary aggressor based on statements
by the participants and two male witnesses.


Drunk at Walmart after rehab


A Jacksonville man who re-
portedly got drunk on the way
back from a Georgia rehab facil-
ity was arrested at the Macclenny
Walmart early on August 6 as he
walked around in the store bare-
foot drinking an alcoholic bever-
age he had taken from a cooler.
The father of Joshua Terrell,
26, apparently had dropped his
son off at Interstate to and SR
228 earlier that night because the
son was creating a disturbance
and threatening violence in the
vehicle returning from Georgia.
He told police his son left on
foot and had no phone or mon-
ey.
Later about 1:30 am, Deputy
Patrick McGauley responded
to a suspicious person call at
Walmart and found Mr. Terrell
in the rear of the store. The sus-
pect appeared to be intoxicated
and said he planned on paying
for the beverage, though he had
no money.
He was arrested after becom-
ing loud and argumentative out-
side the store, and he was booked
at county jail for disorderly in-
toxication. Walmart will decide
whether to prosecute him for
shoplifting.
In other store theft cases:
Kyle Woodman, 18, of Jack-
sonville had to be subdued by a


store manager until police arrived
at Winn-Dixie on South 6th St. in
Macclenny the evening of August
3 after he was caught stealing an
over-the-counter drug.
Police were called to the scene
about 9:37 and told by store em-
ployees that Mr. Woodman emp-
tied out two packages of Coricid-
in after he was observed walking
around the store with them.
The pills were found in his
pants pocket as he attempted to
leave the store, and Deputy Ben
Anderson noted in his report
that Mr. Woodman smelled of
alcohol.
He was taken to Fraser Hos-
pital for a head laceration said to
have been inflicted earlier that
evening, plus small arm and leg
abrasions.
Mr. Woodman was charged
with theft and resisting the em-
ployee while being detained for
police.
A criminal complaint was is-


Democrats to meet
The Baker County Democrat-
ic Committee will meet Tuesday,
August 17, at 7:00 pm at 11423
N. CR 125. A picnic dinner will
be served.
All candidates running on
the Democrat Party ticket along
with the public are invited to at-
tend.
Please call 655-0439 if you
plan to attend or need more in-
formation about local party ac-
tivities.


sued for Courtney Jackson, 30, of
Sanderson for allegedly stealing
$198 worth of infant merchan-
dise from Walmart the afternoon
of August 7.
Mr. Jackson, whose identity
was given to police by a 17-year-
old female companion who was
not charged, was spotted by a
security worker placing items
in a cart and he later attempted
to leave with merchandise in
Walmart bags.
He dropped the bags outside
the store as he fled when con-
fronted. Deputy Daryl Mobley
also said in his report that the
couple was caught on video tape.
The security worker said the
teen was carrying a Walmart bag
before they passed the checkout
lanes, but handed it to Mr. Jack-
son.


Two had Duval warrants


County deputies arrested two
Jacksonville men the past week
on outstanding felony warrants
from Duval County.
Deputy Daryl Mobley re-
sponded to the Family Dollar
Store on US 90 in Macclenny the
afternoon of August 2 and found
Timothy Grantham, 44, seated
by the east wall.
He learned via computer re-
cords that Mr. Grantham was
wanted for aggravated battery
with a deadly weapon and crimi-
nal mischief.
In the second case, a passen-
ger in a vehicle stopped on In-
terstate 10 for a traffic violation
on August 5 turned up wanted in
Jacksonville for felony fraud.
He was identified as Stephen
Delk, 35, who was in the vehicle
that morning about 9:40 when
stopped by Deputy Patrick Mc-
Gauley.
In other recent arrests:
Cynthia Cremeans, 40, of
Macclenny was taken to jail the
afternoon of August 6 for disor-
derly intoxication and battery of
her 11-year-old daughter.
Deputy Daryl Mobley was
called to the neighborhood off
North Boulevard about 5:45
when Ms. Cremeans was caus-
ing a disturbance and reportedly
had been arguing loudly with her
boyfriend.
At one point, both witnesses
and the daughter said Ms. Cre-
means pushed her to the ground.
She was arrested after running to
a residence on Blair St.
Kenneth Paige, 35, of Sand-
erson was arrested for disorderly
conduct at Cuz's One Stop store
the afternoon of August 8.
Deputy Rodney Driggers said
the suspect initially argued with
a clerk over incorrect change and
became agitated when police ar-
rived. He left the store, only to re-
turn a half hour later and resume
the harangue.
He ignored several warnings
to calm himself and leave, the
deputy noted.
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Swerving

driver has

no license


for DUIs
A South Florida man stopped
on US 90 in Macclenny for swerv-
ing outside the travel lane was
found to be a chronic offender
with no license and a record of
four DUIs.
Deputy Daryl Mobley said he
and Cpl. Randy Davis saw a white
Chevrolet pickup going west on
90 just after 6:00 am on August 2
and observed that it crossed over
the yellow and white lines several
times.
Driver Wendall Thomas, 43,
of New Port Richey, FL had an
odor of alcohol about him when
the officers questioned him, and
they learned his license had been
suspended for the drunk driving
offenses and for nine counts of
failure to pay fines.
The deputies also determined
the tag on his vehicle belonged on
another pickup, and the suspect
said he substituted it because he
did not have a valid license.
He was arrested on the license
violation and ticketed for im-
proper tag and failure to main-
tain a single lane.
In other cases, Shomari Wil-
cox, 23, of Macclenny was arrest-
ed for driving just after midnight
on August 3 on a license with
three prior suspensions.
Deputy Matt Sigers said he
recognized Mr. Wilcox at the
wheel of a 2001 Ford Taurus on
SR 121 near Woodlawn Rd. about
12:14 am and stopped the vehicle
near Lowder St. The officer noted
in his report that he was aware of
the driver's lack of license.
Deputy Sigers said when the
suspect arrived at the booking
room at county jail, a small bag of
marijuana was visible under Mr.
Wilcox's braided dreadlockk" hair
and he was charged with misde-
meanor possession and bringing
contraband into the jail, a third-
degree felony.
Nelson Fox, 46, of Jackson-
ville was arrested the afternoon of
August 7 for driving on a license
with 11 prior suspensions.
Police responded to a report
of a careless driver on South 5th
in Macclenny about 2:00 and
Sgt. Thomas Dyal spotted Mr.
Fox heading north near McIver.
The Dodge Intrepid crossed the
center line several times before it
was stopped by Cpl. Davis.

School supply
drive Saturday
The Baker County School Dis-
trict will hold its annual drive to
collect school supplies for stu-
dents in need, this Saturday, Au-
gust 14 from 9:oo am to noon.
Volunteers will be collecting
supplies at the following busi-
nesses: Food Lion, Winn Dixie,
Walgreens, Dollar Tree, Family
Dollar and the Dollar General in
Macclenny and Glen.
Thank you for supporting the
2010-2011 school supplies proj-
ect.


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Early voting begins,


machines working
Voting machines for the 2010 elections were tested August 3 and Supervi-
sor of Elections Nita Crawford said all the machines, both the touch-screen
and optical scan devices, are working properly. Pictured is Nick Frilling of
information systems, testing a touch-screen voting machine. Ms. Crawford
as well as County Commissioner Gordon Crews, information systems staff
and elections office staff took part in the testing. Early voting began Au-
gust 9 and will run through August 21 at the elections office on N. 6th St.
in Macclenny.



New 'skimmer' frauds


Four more cases of likely gas
pump "skimmer" fraud involv-
ing Baker County residents were
reported to the sheriffs depart-
ment the past week.
At the same time, sheriffs in-
vestigators aided by the Depart-
ment of Agriculture and Con-
sumer Affairs [DACS] wrapped
up a sweep of gas pumps at
high-volume outlets and say they
uncovered no devices that elec-
tronically skim credit card infor-
mation for illegal use elsewhere.
Similar to 25 cases reported
earlier, the new ones involve vic-
tims whose card numbers were
detected and used for purchases
and cash withdrawals in both
California and Texas.
They include:
A Bank of America card be-
longing to a Glen St. Mary man
used at a California ATM to with-
draw $206.
An American Enterprise


Bank card belonging to a Mac-
clenny woman used for three
ATM withdrawals in the Los An-
geles area totaling $1103.
A Vystar card belonging to
a Sanderson man used for pur-
chases in LaPorte, Texas totaling
$940.
A Mercantile Bank card be-
longing to a Macclenny woman
used for a $103 purchase in Cali-
fornia.
Maj. Chuck Brannan, chief
sheriffs investigator, said the
agriculture department which
has jurisdiction over gas pumps
- also scanned them recently for
remote sensing devices that al-
low someone nearby during the
gas pump transaction to retrieve
card information.
The sheriffs department and
DACS plan later this year to offer
a seminar for local gas retailers
on the subject of fraud detection.


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Lake City thieves hunt foreclosures


Two Lake City men who told
sheriffs investigators they used
the Internet to find foreclosed
property before looting it are
expected to be brought back to
Baker County and charged with
grand theft this week.
Amos Bousquet, 32, and Pul-
lian Lawrence, 46, were named
in warrants on August 3 shortly
after they were stopped near
the Lake City airport with two
air conditioners and tires taken
from an unoccupied residence off
Bobby Rhoden Rd. in Olustee.
A neighbor identified as Fred-
rick Morris called police that
evening after seeing the suspects
leave the area in a black Ford
pickup with the air conditioning
loaded onto the truck bed.
Columbia County authorities
stopped the vehicle off CR 245
south of US 90 shortly thereafter
and held the suspects for ques-
tioning by Baker County investi-
gators.
Maj. Chuck Brannan said Mr.
Bousquet and Mr. Lawrence ad-
mitted to taking the units and
tires and said they earlier took a
refrigerator from the Olustee ad-


Thanks for help
The Baker County Sheriffs
Office, Baker County Fire De-
partment, City of Macclenny Fire
Department and Baker County
Emergency Services thank every-
one who made the first National
Night Out in Baker County a huge
success.
Thanks to all the volunteers
who provided entertainment,
the businesses who contributed
door prizes, with a special thank
you to Matthew Barfield of Food
Lion, Inc. and Bobby Steele of
Walmart, Inc. for their most gen-
erous food and beverage dona-
tions.
We are already planning next
years event and look forward to
a continued partnership with our
fellow citizens.
Sheriff Joey Dobson


dress.
"They ... said that times were
hard and that they were 'scrap-
pers' who searched the Internet
for foreclosed property and then
often went to those residences
and removed property without
permission to sell at scrap yards
in Lake City," reads the chief
investigator's report.
The Olustee residence is still
in the name of Michael Cochran
but is in foreclosure. Value of
the units and tires was placed at
$10,300.
Also in the pickup was the
16-year-old step-son of Mr. Law-
rence. He was not charged.
Deputy Brandon Kiser, who
answered the original call, was
told by Mr. Morris that he ob-
served the same pickup leave
the area the previous day with
"a load of various items" in the
truck bed.
Outdoor air conditioning units
have been the favorite target of
thieves at unoccupied residences
in the area this year, many of
them also in foreclosure. Some
are also stripped of copper elec-
trical wiring.


In other property crimes,
Ashley Dixon of Macclenny re-
ported August 2 that several fur-
niture pieces stored in her former
rented house near Sanderson are
missing.
They include a dresser, televi-
sion, end tables, lamps and a bed
frame with a combined valued
of $1400. She told Deputy Kiser
she left them at the residence off
Shelton's Place with the knowl-
edge of her landlord, who later
rented it and moved her belong-
ings to a storage area.
Theodore Surrency of Mac-
clenny reported $250 hidden in
the bedroom closet of his resi-
dence on South Boulevard was
taken in the late morning of Au-
gust 7.
The home was unoccupied be-
tween 10o:oo-11:oo am when an
east door was pried open and the
bedroom ransacked.
Victor Crow reported on Au-
gust 5 that a chainsaw valued at
$300 was taken from property
he is clearing off SR 125 south.
He last saw it July 24.


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should I vote for you rather than your opponent?" or "How are you different from your opponent?"
Here are two primary differences between me and my opponent.

1. I know how to and do use a computer. I began using computer terminals on my job with the Department of Corrections
in 1987 when I took the position of accountant at Baker Correctional Institution. I continue to use a computer at work and
also have a personal computer at home that I use for correspondence, family budgeting and finances, as well as e-mail and
the Internet. My opponent recently commented at a board meeting that he does not have a computer or connection to the
Internet. (Some of the material for an issue the Board was considering that night was several hundred pages long, so the
school administrator had noted its web site on the internet rather than make several hundred page copies for each of the
Board Members.) Considering our students are taught to use computers, I think it important for our Board members to have
a basic knowledge of and access to computers and the internet.

2. I am not related to anyone currently on or campaigning for election to the School Board, nor am I related to anyone in the
school administration. Thus, there would be no implication, perceived or otherwise, of a conflict of interest between me and
anyone on the Board or in the administration.

I hope this information is helpful when deciding on the candidate you will vote for. Most of all I urge you to
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS


Warning of septic scams


JOEL ADDINGTON
NEWS EDITOR
reporter@bakercountypress.com
Florida has a new septic system inspection law
on the books, but residents shouldn't be fooled by
scammers, warns Terry Graham, the county's direc-
tor of environmental health.
He said one elderly homeowner recently report-
ed that someone contacted her attempting to sell a
product that was supposed to bring her septic tank
into compliance with the new law.
In fact, property owners aren't required to do
anything yet.
"At this time, details of the inspection program
have not been determined, and no action is required
by anyone," Mr. Graham stated in press release this
week.
"The public should also be aware that someone
may contact you and attempt to trick or pressure
you into buying a product that magically causes your
septic tank system to work properly or pass inspec-
tion. There is no such product on the market, and
the Florida Department of Health does not endorse
any such product."
The new law signed by Governor Charlie Christ in
June will require inspection every five years of some
2.6 million septic tanks and drainfields throughout
the state.


It will take effect in January 2011, but only in a
dozen or so test counties. The law requires full im-
plementation by 2016.
"While no details have been worked out yet, the
inspection will probably require septic tanks to be
pumped out and visually inspected to determine the
integrity of the tank as well as the drainfield," Mr.
Graham said.
Tanks and drainfields not properly functioning
and posing a sanitary nuisance will likely require
repair or replacement.
For systems installed after January 1983, any re-
pairs or replacements to drainfields will be required
to meet a 24-inch separation between the bottom of
the drainfield and the estimated seasonal high water
table, Mr. Graham said.
The legislature also banned the practice of
spreading treated septic tank sludge on land begin-
ning in 2016.
All new or replacement tanks and drainfields cur-
rently require a state-issued permit before construc-
tion can commence and a state-licensed septic tank
contractor to perform the installation.
Violation of the existing law carries a fine up to
$500.
Anyone with a question concerning the new
law, or who suspects that they may be the victim of
a scam, should call the health department at 259-
3569.


Mowers, equipment are stolen


A property owner reported
equipment and a vehicle stolen
and vandalized off Sandsdale Rd.
northwest of Macclenny between
July 25 and August 5.
Boynton Crockett of Mac-
clenny said the inventory of sto-
len equipment includes two bush
mowers, a plow, steam cleaner
and aluminum tubing. The front
and rear of a 1987 Isuzu pickup
were also removed.
He told Deputy Tony Norman
the equipment was valued at
$7400.
This marks the second time
in a month that Mr. Crockett has
reported thefts to the sheriffs de-
partment. Two weeks ago, he said
a large excavator shovel and fuel
tank were taken from a property
belonging to him off Oak Ridge
Dr. east of Glen St. Mary.


In other thefts and vandal-
ism:
Sandra Dilbeck of Macclenny
said her 1989 Toyota was canni-
balized of parts while parked in
the yard of Katina Allen on Tony
Givens Rd. north of Sanderson.
Ms. Dilbeck told Deputy Kevin
Jenkins she intended to have the
vehicle towed when she left it
there in early April. She reported
the theft on August 2.
Her inventory of stolen parts
includes the battery, radiator,
engine parts, three tires and the
vehicle title.
A 2002 Nissan SUV belong-
ing to Robert Gerard of Macclen-
ny was taken during the night
August 8 from the residence of
Kevin Kett off Smooth Bore Ave.
near Glen St. Mary.
The Nissan had been left there


PHOTO COURTESY OF JON MOBLEY

Scouts at D.C., jamboree
Boy Scout Troop 150 toured Washington, D.C. July 28-30 and ended the trip by
attending the Boy Scout Jamboree in nearby Virginia. The boys, ages 11 to 15,
visited more than a dozen sites including the Washington Monument and Lincoln
Memorial, Vietnam, Korean and WWII War Memorials; Smithsonian Institution
and White House. "We will remember most of the memorials, but the Lincoln
Memorial was the one the guys talked about the most," said scout leader Jon Mo-
bley. Pictured from left (front row) are Daniel Smith, Kevin Smith, David Boldry,
Jonathan Mobley, Tyler Dolby, John McElroy, Keith Lairmore, (back row) Deb Hen-
derson and Jon Mobley. Scouts not pictured include Wyatt Latham, Travis Trail,
Tyler Trail, Alan Trail and Stephen Willing


by the victim's son with the keys
inside.
A bicycle valued at $60 and
belonging to Latanya Jones was
taken overnight August 5 from
the front yard of her residence on
Friendship Place north of Sand-
erson.


Break-up leads to alleged battery
A criminal complaint alleg- 3. the evening of August 8.
ing domestic battery was filed Another father, also 39, and Police were told the argument
August 3 against an ex-boyfriend his daughter, age 17, were named started over money for senior
who allegedly struck a Macclenny in similar complaints after a fight pictures.
woman when she attempted to at their residence off SR 121 north
leave her residence that evening.
Anntricia Ansley, 21, told Dep-
uty Kevin Jenkins that Frederick NEED HELP!
Marshall, 23, alsoof Macclenny, Looking for two good Samaritans concerning
punched her below the left eye
about 6:40 and then ran out a the accident that happened in front of Walmart
rear door before police arrived. on Saturday, August 7, 2010 around 2:10. A
Ms. Ansley said the accused
tried to block her exit because gentleman was driving a dark green or blue
she wasbreakingofftherelation- Toyota with a young boy and the other person
ship.
In another complaint, Garrett was a lady with blonde hair. Please contact
Gray, 23, of Glen St. Mary is ac- Kenneth or Sherry at 259-5723.
caused of violating an injunction
against domestic violence by
showing up at the residence of t Tina Fi
ex-girlfriend Tammy Barton, 22, E Tin i
at her residence off Morningside
Lane.
Deputy Patrick McGauley
said he went to the address the
evening of August 5 and was told
by Ms. Barton that Mr. Gray had
been there three times inquiring
about their child. a g :M i G
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was present. Attempts to contact
him were unsuccessful.
Both the 39-year-old father
and his 16-year-old son were
named in complaints for domes-
tic violence following a physical
confrontation at their residence
on Ridge Estates near Glen the
afternoon and evening of August


for County Commissioner District 4


Married: Lisa Dicks Conner for 32
years- 3 children and 4 grandchildren
Occupation: Maintenance Supervisor
First Baptist Church of Glen
Community of residence: Cuyler
Civic/clubs/leadership: Baker County
Volunteer Fireman, served as Captain
of Station 30, coach and umpire with
Baker County Little League, past
member of Westside Elementary
Advisory Board


Vote MIld el Conner
C on t m loner


Church affiliation: a Deacon at First
Baptist Church of Glen St. Mary
Why should voters elect me to the county commission: I believe I have
the experience, knowledge and maturity to lead Baker County into the
future. I know I have a strong desire for Baker County to be one of the
best in the state for now and the future. My promise to each person of
this county is that I will give 100% to make this happen.
The two biggest issues I see now for Baker County:
1. Taxes: My promise is that I will see that for each dollar that Baker
County spends we get the best possible return for that dollar. Using all
funds wisely.
2. Jobs: I will aggressively pursue, with the help of all local and state
agencies, to see Baker County is always in position to be able to
compete for any that are available.
My last statement: My position on any issues that would come before
the Board of County Commissioners would be from:
1. a strong conservative Christian background
2. a strong desire to hear all the voices of Baker County
3. a strong desire to always do what is best for Baker County
A VOTE FOR MICHAEL CONNER IS A VOTE FOR THE FUTURE
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS


Road Rangers extend services

Expanded west to Baker County up to SR 228
KELLEY LANNIGAN mission, according to executive
FEATURES director Jeff Stanfield. .1
features@bakercountypress.com Baker, Nassau and St. Johns .


The Jacksonville-area road-
side emergency assistance service
Road Rangers was extended into
Baker County beginning July 1,
but only as far west as SR 228.
Road Rangers are funded by
the Florida Department of Trans-
portation. They patrol busy traf-
fic corridors and help disabled or
stranded motorists, assist with
incidents that stop or slow down
traffic and remove road debris.
Their basic services to strand-
ed motorists, which are free of
charge, include:
Cell phone calls for car ser-
vice
Gas and water
Fan belts
Jump starts
The Jacksonville-based ser-
vice previously covered only Du-
val and Clay counties.
A $500,000 grant to the
FDOT from the North Florida
Transportation Planning Orga-
nization [NFTPO] will now cover
motorists in portions of three ad-
ditional counties.
Highway safety is an impor-
tant component of the NFTPO's


counties will benefit from Road
Rangers' assistance for the next
three years.
The new service areas will
extend along I-to to SR 228 in
Baker County, along 1-95 to In-
ternational Golf Parkway in St.
Johns County and along 1-95 to
SR 200 in Nassau.
The 26 additional miles of
highway make for 149 miles
served by the Road Rangers in
Northeast Florida.
The decision to partner with
the FDOT and donate the money
to fund the expansion of services
grew out of NFTPO's position on
safety.
"The decision to provide the
funding only made good sense,"
said Marci Larson, a public rela-
tions and marketing specialist
with the NFTPO. "Not only do
the Road Rangers assist motor-
ists with car trouble, but they are
a vital resource for securing and
clearing the road when accidents
occur."
Mike Goldman of the FDOT
concurs.
"When there is a roadway acci-
dent, the ensuing traffic problems


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can start to snowball outward
for miles. The Road Rangers are
indispensable for helping clear
disabled vehicles from the road
so the flow of traffic can resume
smoothly," he said.
Not to mention providing
basic assistance when a motor-
ist needs a tire changed, fuel to
reach a gas station or water for
an overheating radiator.
The news is welcomed by
some Baker County residents
with first-hand experience with
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"They were very helpful and
were there long before police or
an ambulance showed up at the
scene," she said.
Other Baker County residents
familiar with Road Rangers are
happy about the expansion of the
service to SR 228.
'"That is so wonderful an ex-
tremely important service that's
been needed," commented Judy
Reier Wheeler.


Twenty Baker County teens
were recognized July 28 at the
middle school for completion of
the second annual Data Bust-
ers program sponsored by the
Northeast Florida Community
Action Agency.
The nine-week program helps
youth ages 14 to 18 build com-
puter technology and workplace
skills they can apply in future
jobs through a partnership with
local agencies like the school dis-
trict, sheriffs office and Council
on Aging.
In tandem with office work,
the program offers classroom
instruction on job and life skills


like goal setting, money manage-
ment, conflict resolution and in-
terview preparation.
The program's top performers
this summer Christen Hand
and Trinise Surrency were
awarded a Hewlett-Packard
desktop computer and printer,
flat screen monitor and USB
drive.
Second place performers -
Olivia Adam and Shantell Paige
- received Hewlett-Packard lap-
tops.
A reception with friends and
family followed the awards pre-
sentation.


Giveaway 'outfits' more than 800


KELLEY LANNIGAN
FEATURES
features@bakercountypress.com


First Baptist Church of Mac-
clenny held its third community
clothing give-away August 7 in
the church's gymnasium.
A simple card filled out by
those attending the Saturday
give-away demonstrated the
number of people receiving the
clothes.
When the cards were tallied
on Monday morning the church
reported that the clothing needs
of more than 800 people in the
community were met.
"There were people here long
before the doors were scheduled
to open at 9 am," said church
member Mike Griffis, whose
wife Tina helped coordinate the
event.
"They were ready to come in
at 8:30 and I thought to myself,
well, Jesus wouldn't keep people
waiting, so I guess we can't ei-
ther," he said.
Just between 8:30 and 9:oo
am, nearly 150 people filed
through the gym, filling bags with
as many shirts, shorts and pants
as they desired.
There was a variety of cloth-
ing available for all age groups,
from infants to the elderly, plus
shoes, belts and handbags. Ev-
erything was displayed on tables
and clothing racks and sorted by
gender, type and size.
The gym stayed open until
mid-afternoon, but much of the
clothing was gone before 11:oo
am.
"There are so many people in
need and this really helps fami-
lies with kids, especially right
before school starts," said Cheryl
Harvin, who also helped coordi-
nate the event.
The majority of donated cloth-
ing came from church members
and community residents who


PHOTO BY KELLEY LANNIGAN
Tina Griffis and Janet Harvin sort donated clothes by sizes.


knew about the need. Some
donations were purchased spe-
cifically for the event, such as
shoes for young children. Church
members scouted yard sales for
suitable clothing as well.
Only one pair of shoes was
allowed to each person, because
of the limited quantity. People
could help themselves to as many
clothing items as they needed,
however.
Donations continued to ar-
rive even as the morning wore
on. When several large bags of
pants arrived, Ms. Griffis and Ms.
Harvin dove right in, separating
men's, women's and children's
cloths before sorting them by
size.
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"We've seen a lot of men's suits
go out this morning for that very
reason," one said.
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outgrowth of the missions work
of FBC youth groups sponsored
by Ms. Griffis and Ms. Hardin.
Some of the youth were among
members working at the event.
Anything left over from the
clothing give-away goes to the
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Clothing that is very out of style
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"When you have absolutely
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The project is fast evolving
into a possible full-time ministry
of the church. An entire Sunday
school room is now devoted to
the storage and work necessary
for the project.
"A full-time clothing ministry
is an idea the church is consider-
ing. We'll be working toward the
possibility of making that hap-
pen," Ms. Griffis said.
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is scheduled at the church No-
vember 20, the Saturday before
Thanksgiving.
More winter clothing and
coats should be available at that
time.
Donations are the heart of the
project. Boys jeans and men's
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Legal Notices


PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

The Baker County District School Board will hold the
following PUBLIC HEARING on Monday, August
16, 2010 at 5:30 p.m. and Tuesday, September
7, 2010, at 5:30 p.m. in the Baker County School
Board Meeting Room located at 270 South Boule-
vard East, Macclenny, Florida.
TOPIC: Discussion of "District's Strate-
gies on How to Meet Class Size Amend-
ment"
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED AND ENCOURAGED TO
ATTEND.


7/15-9/1


Sherrie Raulerson
Superintendent of Schools


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 02-2009-CA-000120
DIVISION

BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP F/K/A COUN-
TRYWIDE HOME LOANS SERVICING, L.P.,
Plaintiff,
vs.

BENJAMIN D. ELLIS, etal,
Defendantss.

NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order
Rescheduling Foreclosure Sale dated July 26, 2010
and entered in Case NO. 02-2009-CA-000120 of
the Circuit Court of the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in
and for BAKER County, Florida wherein BAC HOME
LOANS SERVICING, LP F/K/A COUNTRYWIDE
HOME LOANS SERVICING, L.P, is the Plaintiff
and BENJAMIN D. ELLIS; JULIE ELLIS; ROLL-
ING MEADOWS OF MACCLENNY HOMEOWNERS
ASSOCIATION, INC.; TENANT #1 N/K/A PAMELA
DUXBURY; TENANT #2 N/K/A DUANE DUXBURY
are the Defendants, I will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash AT THE FRONT DOOR OF THE BAK-
ER COUNTY COURTHOUSE at 11:00 AM, on the
31st day of August, 2010, the following described
property as set forth in said Final Judgment:

LOT 119, ROLLING MEADOWS, ACCORD-
INGTOTHE PLATTHEREOFAS RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE(S) 96, 97, 98, 99,
100 AND 101, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
A/K/A 5561 HUCKLEBERRY TRAIL WEST,
MACCLENNY, FL 32063
Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from
the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of
the date of the Lis Pendens must file a claim within
sixty (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of this Court on
July 28, 2010.
Al Fraser
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Jamie Crews
Deputy Clerk
Invoice To: Florida Default Law Group, PL.
PO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F09058576 COUNTRYCAL-CONV-
**See Americans with Disabilities Act
If you are a person with a disability who needs any
accommodation in order to participate in this pro-
ceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the
provision of certain assistance. Please contact:
Ms. Jan Phillips
Human Resources Manager
Alachua County Family/Civil Courthouse
201 E. University Avenue, Room 410
Gainesville, FL 32601
Phone: 352-337-6237
Fax: 352-374-5238
8/5-8/12
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

The Baker County District School Board will hold
the following PUBLIC HEARING on Tuesday, Sep-
tember 7, 2010, in the Baker County School Board
Meeting Room located at 270 South Boulevard
East, Macclenny, Florida, to be held immediately
following the 2010-2011 Budget hearing which
begins at 6:30 p.m.

Approval of the:
2010-2011 Student Progression Plan
2010-2011 Code of Student Conduct
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED AND ENCOURAGED TO
ATTEND.

The documents will be available for preview at
the Baker County School Board Office located at
270 South Boulevard East, Macclenny, Florida
beginning Wednesday, August 4, 2010 (8:30 a.m.
-3:00 p.m.).


8/5-9/2


Sherrie Raulerson
Superintendent of Schools


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 02-2009-CA-000089
DIVISION

WELLS FARGO BANK, NA,
Plaintiff,
vs.

JEFFREY PHELAN A/K/A JEFFREY W. PHELAN, et
al,
Defendantss.

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final Judg-
ment of Mortgage Foreclosure dated June 23, 2010
and entered in Case No. 02-2009-CA-000089 of the
Circuit Court of the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in and
for BAKER County, Florida wherein WELLS FARGO
BANK, NA, is the Plaintiff and JEFFREY PHELAN
A/K/A JEFFREY W. PHELAN; KARIN L. PHELAN;
CYPRESS POINT OF MACCLENNY HOMEOWNERS
ASSOCIATION, INC.; are the Defendants, I will
sell to the highest and best bidder for cash AT THE
FRONT DOOR OF THE BAKER COUNTY COURT-
HOUSE at 11:00 AM, on the 31st day of August,
2010, the following described property as set forth
in said Final Judgment:

LOT 26, CYPRESS POINTE, UNIT 1, AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGES
90 THROUGH 92, INCLUSIVE, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF BAKER COUNTY,
FLORIDA.

A/K/A 416 ISLAMORADA DRIVE S, MAC-
CLENNY, FL 32063
Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from
the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of
the date of the Lis Pendens must file a claim within
sixty (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of this Court on
July 28, 2010.
Al Fraser
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Jamie Crews
Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law Group, PL.
PO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F09043513 NMNC-SPECFNMA-
**See Americans with Disabilities Act
If you are a person with a disability who needs any
accommodation in order to participate in this pro-
ceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the
provision of certain assistance. Please contact:
Ms. Jan Phillips
Human Resources Manager
Alachua County Family/Civil Courthouse
201 E. University Avenue, Room 410
Gainesville, FL 32601
Phone: 352-337-6237
Fax: 352-374-5238
RI5-8/1 9


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 8TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 02-2009-CA-000064

CHASE HOME FINANCE, LLC,
Plaintiff,
vs.

CAROL D. ACKLIN; MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS INCORPORATED, AS A
NOMINEE FOR SUNTRUST MORTGAGE, INC.; UN-
KNOWN TENANT (S); RANDY C. ACKLIN; IN POS-
SESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dated the 27th day of July,
2010, and entered in Case No. 02-2009-CA-000064,
of the Circuit Court of the 8TH Judicial Circuit in and
for Baker County, Florida, wherein CHASE HOME
FINANCE, LLC is the Plaintiff and CAROL D. ACK-
LIN; MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION
SYSTEMS INCORPORATED, AS A NOMINEE FOR
SUNTRUST MORTGAGE, INC.; UNKNOWN TENANT
(S); RANDY C. ACKLIN; JOHN DOE; JANE DOE AS
UNKNOWN TENANT (S) IN POSSESSION OF THE
SUBJECT PROPERTY are defendants. I will sell to
the highest and best bidder for cash AT THE FRONT
DOOR OR MAIN ENTRANCE OF THE COURTHOUSE
at the Baker County Courthouse in Macclenny, Flor-
ida, at 11:00 a.m. on the 31st day of August, 2010,
the following described property as set forth in said
Final Judgment, to wit:
LOT 13, OF COPPER CREEK HILLS, UNIT
2, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF
AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGES
36 AND 37, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA.

ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE
SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE
LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO
NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO
PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE EN-
TITLED AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION
OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT (AL
FRASER) CLERK OF COURT OF BAKER COUNTY,
FLORIDA AT 339 E. MACCLENNY AVENUE, MAC-
CLENNY, FLORIDA (904) 259-3121 WITHIN 2
WORKING DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS NO-
TICE OF HEARING, IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE
IMPAIRED CALL 1-800-955-8771.
Dated this 28th day of July, 2010.
Al Fraser
Clerk Of The Circuit Court
By: Jamie Crews
Deputy Clerk
Law Office of Marshall C. Watson
1800 NW 49th Street, Suite 120
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309
Telephone: (954) 453-0365
Facsimile: (954) 771-6052
Toll Free: 1-800-441-2438
8/5-8/12
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that David J. Crews,
the holder of the following certificate, has filed
said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon.
The certificate number and year of issuance, the
description of the property and the names in which
it was assessed are as follows:
Certificate Number: 07-00499
Year of issuance: 2007
Description of property: 29-2S-22-0028-0008-
1061.
Part of Lot 17, Block 8, as shown on map
of E.R. RHODENS ADDITION to the Town
of Macclenny, as recorded in Plat Book
2, Page 4 of the public records of Baker
County, Florida, also known as Parcel D,
and being more particularly described as
follows: Begin at the intersection of the
Westerly right-of-way of Cardinal Lane, a
50 foot right of way as now established,
with the Northerly right of way of Ivy
Street, a 50 foot right of way as now estab-
lished, thence run South 77 14'58" West
on said Northerly right of way a distance
of 120.50 feet, thence run North 10'47'32"
West a distance of 88.40 feet; thence run
North 78'11'10" East, a distance of 120.50
feet to said Westerly right of way; thence
run South 1046'08: East, on said West
right of way line, a distance of 86.43 feet
to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing
0.24 acres, more or less.
All of said properly being in the County of
Baker, State of Florida.
Names in which assessed: Karen Rosamonda
(Trustee).
Unless such certificate or certificates shall be re-
deemed according to the law, the property de-
scribed herein will be sold to the highest bidder at
the East door of the Baker County Courthouse on
October 4, 2010, at 11:00 a.m.
Dated this 26th day of July, 2010.
Al Fraser
Clerk of Court
Baker County, Florida
By: Tammie A. Lovingood
As Deputy Clerk
8/5-8/26
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that David J. Crews,
the holder of the following certificate, has filed
said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon.
The certificate number and year of issuance, the
description of the property and the names in which
it was assessed are as follows:
Certificate Number: 07-00721
Year of issuance: 2007
Description of property: 06-3S-22-0042-0000-
0040
Lot 4 and 5, Tuikey Creek Retreat, Unit 3,
according the Plat thereof as recorded in
Plat Book 2, page 50, of the public records
of Baker County, Florida.
All of said property being in the County of
Baker, State of Florida.

Names in which assessed: Barbara A. Smith,
Henry A. Smilh, Gregory A. Smilh

Unless such certificate or certificates shall be
redeemed according to the law, the property de-
scribed in such certificate will be sold to the high-
est bidder at the East door of the Baker County
courthouse on October 4, 2010, at 11:00 a.m.

Dated this 26th day of July, 2010.
Al Fraser
Clerk of Court
Baker County, Florida
By: Tammie A. Lovingood
As Deputy Clerk
8/5-8/26
Notice is hereby given:
Donald G. Miller
Last known address of:
10354 Bailey Ann Lane
Glen St. Mary, FL 32040
You are hereby notified that your eligibility to vote
is in question. You are required to contact the
Supervisor of Elections, in Macclenny, Florida,
no later than thirty (30) days after the date of
this publishing. 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
P.O. BOX 505
Macclenny, Florida, 32063


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NO.: 02-2010-DR-0332

IN RE: THE MATTER OF:
BREA JADE GENTRY, DOB 4-25-2004, and
BRAYDEN ELIAS HOLLOWAY, DOB 3-28-2007,
Minor children.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: ELIZABETH NICOLE GENTRY
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
4960 RICHARDSON ROAD
GLEN ST. MARY, FLORIDA 32040
ROBBIE HOLLOWAY
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UNKNOWN
DARRELL WAYNE GENTRY
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Verified Petition for
Temporary Custody of Minor Children by Extended
Family Member has been filed in this court. You are
required to serve a copy of your written defenses,
if any, to the action on the Petitioner's attorney
whose name and address is Hugh D. Fish, Jr at
P.O. Box 531, Macclenny, Florida 32063, on or
before September 6, 2010, and file the original of
the written defenses with the Clerk of Court either
before service or immediately thereafter. Failure to
serve and file written defenses as required may re-
sult in a judgment or order for the relief demanded,
without further notice.
WITNESS my hand and Seal of this Court on this
2nd day of August, 2010.


Hugh D. Fish, Jr
Attorney at Law
34 S. 5th Street
Macclenny, FI 32063
Phone 904-259-6606
8/5-8/12


As Clerk of the Court
BY: Sherri Dugger
Deputy Clerk


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 02-2009-CP-1

IN RE:
ESTATE OF TIM RANDALL CREWS,
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of TIM RANDALL
CREWS, deceased, whose date of death was Oc-
tober 29, 2008, is pending in the Circuit Court
for Baker County, Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is Baker County Courthouse,339
E. Macclenny Avenue, Macclenny, Florida 32063,
File No. CASE NO. 02-2009-CP-1. 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 THREE (3) MONTHS AF-
TER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (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
THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION 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 the first publication of this Notice is
August 12, 2010.

Attorney for Personal Representative:
Michael E. Seelie, Esq.
2468 Atlantic Boulevard
Jacksonville, Florida 32207
Florida Bar No. 243558
Telephone: (904)858-1895
Facsimile: (904)858-1898
Personal Representative:
TRINA C. EMERSON
27126 N.W. 165th Stree
Alachua, Florida 32615
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US 90 MINI STORAGE
781 EAST MACCLENNY AVENUE
MACCLENNY, FL. 32063
Phone (904)259-9022
The following units containing household
items such as furniture, appliances, etc., will be
sold by public auction at 10:00 am August 21
2010 to satisfy back rent. The following tenants
can claim their property back if rent is paid before
this date:
Name Unit #
Angela Mayhall 11
Doug Register 21
Deantionia Reed 22
Phyllis Parker 23
Rochelle Washington 26 & 28
Patrick English 31
Allen Yonn 36
Valerie Fisetle 38
Darrell Merine 39
Sylvia Watts 44
Vickie Lucas Smith 45
Tonya Williams 57
8/12-8/19
I he Baker County Board of Commissioners is
accepting applications for the following:
ST. MARY SHOALS PARK MANAGER
St. Mary Shoals Park is a recreational park approx-
imately 1600 acres in size located on Odis Yarbor-
ough Road. Recreational activities include, horse
trails, nature trails, ATV trails and river access.
General job duties will include park maintenance,
emptying trash, cleaning restrooms, litter control,
event coordination, supervise inmate work crews,
conduct tours, insure compliance with property
management plan enforcing rules governing activi-
ties at park and other special projects and duties
that may be assigned.
Applicants must have a high school diploma or
GED and valid Florida Drivers license. Physical
demands include the ability to lift 50 Ibs unas-
sisted, extensive periods of standing and walking,
in some cases over rough terrain and/or wet areas
carrying backpacks, tools, and landscaping equip-
ment. This position will be considered a "contract"
position and will not include any County retirement
or insurance benefits. The park will be open Fri-
day, Saturday, Sunday and Monday from 9:00 am
-7:00 pm; seasonally adjusted.
Applications will be accepted at the Baker County
Administration Offices located at 55 North 3rd
Street until 5:00 pm, August 25, 2010. Complete
job description can be picked up at same address.
All inquiries should be directed to Maurice Postal
at (904) 259-9825 or Joe Cone at (904) 259-3613.
8/12-8/19
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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 August 28,
2010 to satisfy back rent. The following tenants
can claim their property back if rent is paid before
this date:
Name Unit #
Pansty Ruise 84
David Campbell 86
Sharonda Ellis 104
Scott Salyers 109
Edon Branch 184
Cynthia Griner 204
John Kline 314
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You are hereby notified that your eligibility to vote
is in question. You are required to contact the
Supervisor of Elections, in Macclenny, Florida,
no later than thirty (30) days after the date of
this publishing. Failure to respond will result in
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LEGISLATIVE
Each year the state makes more demands on local school dis-
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* Engage our state representatives in dialogue to lessen the

unfunded mandates imposed on local school districts.
We the people of Baker County should be allowed to de-

cide what the needs of our children are and how we should
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Florida's economy is going to take several years to recover
from the current economic problems.
* Next year stimulus dollars will run out and our school

district will face funding issues. As the only candidate to
attend the school board budget workshop, I understand
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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.
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Barton -Treadwell

September vows
Weir and Barbara Barton of
Cuyler are pleased to announce
the upcoming marriage of
their daughter Rhoda Ann Ro-
chelle Barton to Justin Edward
Treadwell of Lake City.
The groom is the son of Ed-
ward and Elaine Treadwell, also
of Lake City.
Rhoda graduated from Grace
Christian Academy of Baldwin
in 2009. Justin graduated from
Tabernacle Baptist Academy of
Lake City in 2007.
The couple invites family and
friends to join them for this joy-
ous celebration on September
4 at 4:30 pm at Faith Baptist
Church in Macclenny.
The maid of honor will be
Shannon Cooper and the best
man will be Tim Lord.
Following a honeymoon to
Gatlinburg, the couple will re-
side in Cuyler.

Keep services
I want to say "Many Thanks"
to the Macclenny Fire Depart-
ment, the Baker County Sheriffs
Department and Rescue #36 for
responding to a 911 call to our
home Friday morning, August
6th at 1:oo am. As I was sitting
up reading, the AC came on and
I noticed the smell of smoke that
seemed to be coming from the AC
vents.
In just a few moments the
entire team arrived and through
their professionalism and the
instruments they have, they dis-
covered that the fan motor and
relay in the air handler was glow-
ing red about to catch on fire.
Had I not been awake, no doubt
we would have had a fire. Thank
you Jesus.
At the commissioner's work-
shop Tuesday, August 3rd, a cou-
ple of members of the audience
suggested very adamantly that we
cut services. Never happen! That
suggestion got nowhere with the
commissioners. Baker County,
listen to me... I have never sup-
ported doing away with services.
I think services are to be provided
for our communities at all ex-
pense. This occurrence only re-
inforces my feelings and support
for the service provided.
Thanks again to the entire
team for your dedication and
hard work.
Alex and Betty Robinson


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Callie Lynn Canaday

Arrives July 8th
Katie Canaday and Justin
Crews, both of Glen St. Mary, are
pleased to announce the birth of
daughter Kallie Lynn Canaday
on July 8, 2010 at Orange Park
Medical Center.
Kallie weighed 6 lbs., 7 oz.
and was 19 inches long.
Grandparents include Rita
Canaday and the late Tony Can-
aday, and Wendell and Jennifer
Crews, all also of Glen.


Dugger Karnes

To wed August 21
Gordon and Cindy Register of
Taylor are pleased to announce
the upcoming marriage of son
Kasey Karnes to Mary Elizabeth
Dugger, both of Goose Creek,
S.C. Mary is the daughter of
Ronald Dugger of Sanderson.
Family and friends are in-
vited to share in this joyous cel-
ebration on August 21 at 7:00
pm at the Mathis House in Glen
St. Mary.
Following a honeymoon in
Orlando, the couple will reside
in Goose Creek.

Harvey reunion
The Harvey family reunion will
be Saturday, August 21 at noon at
the Agricultural Center in Mac-
clenny. Call Sheldon Beasley at
259-5468 for information.


Scholarship awarded
Jenifer Nguyen of St. George, GA, a recent high honors graduate at Bak-
er County High School, was one of 10 students to recently receive $1000
scholarships from the Okefenokee Rural Electric Member Cooperative
based in Nahunta, GA. She is shown here accepting the award from OREMC
President Wayne Combs, a resident of Macclenny, during a recent banquet
in Brantley County, GA. Jennifer, the daughter of Cac and Hong Nguyen,
was valedictorian of the 2010 class and will attend the University of Geor-
gia to major in chemistry. Ms. Nguyen will represent Okefenokee in the
statewide Walter Harrison Scholarship competition.
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GED testing
Registration for the August
GED tests will be at 6:30 pm
Tuesday, August 24 at The Baker
County School District's Career
and Adult Education building
located at 523 W. Minnesota Av-
enue. Test dates are August 30,
31 and September 1. Please allow
minimum of two hours for regis-
tration. Testing fee of $70, valid
picture ID and social security
card are required at registration.
For more information contact
Wanda Conner at 259-0403.


'00 class reunion
If you are interested in at-
tending the Baker High Class of
2000 reunion on August 21 at the
Mathis House in Glen St. Mary,
the cost will be $30 per person.
The money is due August 21 and
can be mailed to 11960 Mudlake
Road, Glen St. Mary, FL 32040.
For more information, please
contact Angela (Richardson)
Rhoden at 275-3453 or a_b rho-
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SUNDAY SERVICES
Sunday School 9:30 am
Worship 10:45 am
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WEDNESDAY SERVICES
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Youth Group 6:45 pm


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Open house schedules

TUESDAY, AUGUST 17
Baker County Middle School: 10:oo a.m. 1:00 p.m.

Baker County High School:
5:oo p.m. 9th Grade and new students
5:30 p.m. All other students

THURSDAY, AUGUST 19
Keller Intermediate School: 9:oo a.m. 12:00 p.m.

Macclenny Elementary: 4:00oo p.m.- 7:00 p.m.
1st Grade-4:oo-5:oo p.m.
2nd Grade-5:oo-6:oo p.m.
3rd Grade-6:oo-7:oo p.m.
Westside Elementary: 4:00oo p.m. 7:00 p.m.
3rd Grade-4:oo-4:50 p.m.
2nd Grade-5:oo-5:50 p.m.
1st Grade-6:oo-6:50 p.m.

Pre-K/Kindergarten Center: 1:oo p.m.-6:3o p.m.
(Meet in Cafeteria according to the following schedule except 5:oo-
6:00 p.m. group)
1:00-2:00 p.m. Kdg. (Alderman, McCook, McLarty, Reagan,
Thompson, Thrift, Waller, Webb)
2:30-3:30 p.m. Kdg. (S. Combs, Drummond, Kish, Lane, Lu-
cas, Mosley, Rowan, Ziemianski)
4:00-5:00 p.m. Kdg. (Bennett, Betros, Hand, Kosier, McHen-
ry, South, Sweat)
5:00 6:00 p.m. (K. Combs, Jones, Kirby, McCormick, Yea-
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5:30-6:30 p.m. (Crews, McNeal, Owens, Schatz, Stoops)


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son of the late Emory and Cecil
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married for 22 years and have two
sons -Tyler (16) and Mason (14),
both students at Baker County
High School.
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OBITUARIES


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12
AUGUST 5, 2010


CHURCH AND OBITUARY NOTICE INFORMATION CONTACT US
Obituaries must be submitted in a timely fashion and have a local connection. Pictures are printed with 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,
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Evelyn Ellison,
81, of Macclenny
Evelyn Ellison, 81, of Mac-
clenny died August 5, 2010. She
was born in Sanderson to Owen
Combs and
Della Lau-
ramore on
November
5, 1928.
She was
a lifelong
resident
of Baker
County and
a member of
Faith Bap-
tist Church.
She enjoyed
a eing oyen Evelyn Ellison
talking on
the phone,
cooking and spending time with
her family.
Mrs. Ellison was predeceased
by husband of 23 years Kenny
Wilkerson and her husband
of eight years Noah Ellison;
daughter Linda Kay Crews; son
Ronald Wilkerson; sister Mar-
tha Pringle; grandson Joshua
Wilkerson; great-granddaugh-
ter Emily Binion.
Survivors include children
Patricia (Ralph) Keiffer, Ran-
dall (Noella) Wilkerson and
Wilfred (Gale) Wilkerson, all
of Macclenny, Darlene (John)
Lauramore of Sanderson, Ma-
rie (Tommy) Goodbread of Rai-
ford; son-in-law Jimmy Crews
of Sanderson; daughter-in-law
Susie Wilkerson of Macclenny;
brother Owen Combs of Sand-
erson; sisters Mary Tarte and
Mattie Norman of Sanderson
and Norma Howard of Talla-
hassee; 14 grandchildren and 13
great-grandchildren.
The graveside service was
held August 8 at 2:30 pm at
Macedonia Cemetery in Mac-
clenny with Pastor Donnie Wil-
liams officiating. Ferreira Fu-
neral Services was in charge of
arrangements.

In Loving Memory
of
Dorsey D. Bennett
9/20/1937- 8/12/2006
Yellow roses grow in Heav-
en,
Lord, pick a bunch for me.
Place them in my daddy's
arms
And tell him they are from
me.
Tell him that I love and miss
him.
When he turns to smile, place
a kiss
On each cheek and hold him
for a while.
Because remembering him is
easy,
I do it everyday.
There is an ache in my heart
That will never go away.
I love you, Daddy,
I miss you
DEBBIE, SCOTr, MIKE, DREW
STANLEY, MARK, ROGER
AND ALL OF YOUR GRANDKIDS


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Mt. Zion N.C.

Methodist Church
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Macclenny, FL
Pastor Tim Cheshire
Sunday School 9:45 am
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm
Wednesday Prayer Service 7:00 pm


Jesus answered, "Verily, verily I
say unto thee, except a man be
born of water and of the Spirit,
he cannot enter into the king-
dom of God." John 3:5


George Hedge Jr.
dies on August 9
George Oliver Hedge Jr. pas-
sed peacefully from this life on
August 9, 2010 in the company
of his fam-
ily. A two-
time cancer

taught all
he encoun-
tered about
the positive
side of life.
H e
earned his
bachelor's
degree in
marketing
and man- George Hedge
agement
from Florida State University
and shortly after graduation
entered the transportation in-
dustry with the original Ryder
Truck Lines and was promptly
sent to Chicago.
From Chicago, he was moved
to northwest Ohio for a time,
then left Ryder to return to
the Jacksonville area where he
worked with several truck lines
over nearly 30 years in opera-
tions and sales. The last several
years of his working career were
at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of
Florida, and he retired in May of
2009.
Living in Macclenny since the
mid 70's, he was fully involved
in the community with volun-
teer work in the American Can-
cer Society, the Baker County
School System Literacy and
GED program, was president of
the Baker County Chamber of
Commerce 1998-99, and served
on the Baker County Medical
Services board of directors from
1993-2010.
Survivors include Kay, his
loving wife of 34 years; daugh-
ter Jennifer (Larry) Payne of
Glen St. Mary, sons Brian (Ni-
cole) Hedge of Jacksonville, and
Oliver Hedge of Orlando; grand-
children Karlie and Camryn
Payne, and Dominick, Logan,
Gabriel and Marcus Hedge.
An active member of The
Church of Jesus Christ Of Latter
Day Saints in Macclenny, George
served many callings and at the
time of his death was the First
Counselor in the Bishopric.
In addition to his immediate
and extended family, George
enjoyed his relationships with
many of his fellow Fletcher High
School graduates.
The family will greet friends
on Friday, August 13 at Ferreira
Funeral Home from 6:00-9:00
pm. The funeral service will be
held at his church on Saturday,
August 14 at 10:30 am with
Bishop Scott Hinson officiat-
ing. Interment will follow at Oak
Grove Cemetery.

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Wesley Lyons

dies at age 89
Mr. John Wesley Lyons Jr.,
89, of Macclenny died Friday,
August 6, 2010 at his residence
following a
long illness.
He was
born in Mo-
niac, Geor-
gia to John
WesIley
Lyons Sr.
and Pearlie
Thrift Lyons
on January
27, 1921.
He was a
resident
of e aenr Wesley Lyons
of Baker
County for most of his life and
retired as owner and operator of
Lyons Appliance and Furniture
Store and Kwik Stop Food Store,
Glen St. Mary.
Mr. Lyons was one of the
founders and a faithful member
of the Glen Hill Primitive Bap-
tist Church. He loved hunting,
fishing, gardening and spend-
ing time with his family. He was
a Macclenny city commissioner
from 1985 to 1987. He was pre-
ceded in death by brothers Willie
Lyons, Wilford Lyones and Jim-
my Lyons; great-granddaughter
Launa Bree Monds.
Survivors include his loving
wife of 66 years June F. Lyons
of Macclenny; children Kay
(Terry) Tharpe of McKinny, TX,
Kathy Reed and Beverly (Es-
ton) Monds, both of Glen St.
Mary; brothers Dolph (Mary)
Lyons, Junior (Bonnie) Lyons,
both of Glen St. Mary; sister
Eva (Donald) Longino of Jack-
sonville; grandchildren Shan-
non (Brooke) Monds and Becky
(Bryan) McDuffie, both of Glen,
Tracy (Sean) Friend of Talla-
hassee, Shelby Tharpe of Gar-
land TX, Kelly (Leslie) Dobson
of Jacksonville, Shelly (Mike)
Crawford and Ashley (Josh)
Williams, both of Glen; 17 great-
grandchildren.
The funeral service was held
at 10:00 am on August 9 at his
church with Elder Arnold Johns
officiating, assisted by Rev. Mi-
chael Green. Internment fol-
lowed at Taylor Cemetery. Guer-
ry Funeral Home was in charge
of arrangements.



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Martin Maley,
87, was builder
Martin "Deke" Maley, 87, of
Sevierville, Tenn., formerly of
Macclenny, died early Sunday
morning, August 8, 2010. He
was a WWII
veteran who
served in
New Guin-
ea, and was
awardedthe
WWII Vic-
tory Medal,
Asiatic Pa-
cific Service
Medal with
one Bronze
Star, the
Meritorious Martin Maley
UnitAward,
and the Purple Heart. He was
honorably discharged on Feb-
ruary 1, 1946, the day before his
birthday.
Mr. Maley married Martha
Kendrick on June 15 of the same
year. He was a home builder in
Macclenny for 35 years. He is
going to be deeply missed by his
family and all those who were
fortunate enough to have spent
time with him. He was a hum-
ble, devoted husband, father,
and grandfather. He never met
a stranger and was always will-
ing to lend a hand.
Survivors include wife of 64
years Martha; son Roy (Carol)
Maley of Macclenny; daugh-
ter Catherine (Jim) Hallman of
Sevierville, Jennifer Rutledge
of Dallas, TX.; grandchildren
James Rutledge, Hope (Bill)
Naillon, Amy Theophile, Heath-
er Willoughby, Martin Hall-
man, Jamie (Jason) Waits and
Kathleen Rutledge; seven great-
grandchildren.
The funeral service was held
at Resthaven Memorial Mau-
soleum in Dandridge, Tenn. on
August to at lo:oo am. In lieu
of flowers, the family requests
you make donations to the char-
ity of your choice in his honor.
Manes Funeral Home of New-
port, Tenn. was in charge of ar-
rangements.



Sanderson
Congregational
Holiness Church
CR 127 N., Sanderson, FL
Sunday School 10:00 am
Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm
Wed. Evening Prayer Serv. 7:30 pm
Pastor: Oral E. Lyons


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Jesus: The Way, The Truth and The Life
Sunday School 10:00 A.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




23-A to Lauramore Rd. & Fairgrounds Rd.
Sunday School 9:45 am
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sunday Children's Church 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Services 6:00 pm
Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting 7:00 pm
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Sunday Service 11:00 am
Sunday Evening 6:00 pm
Wednesday Service 7:30 pm
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CHURCH OF CHRIST
573 S. 5th St. 259-6059
Sunday Bible Study 9:45 am
Fellowship 10:30 am -11:00 am
Worship Services
S 11:00 am
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:- "' 7:30 pm
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Corner of Madison & Stoddard
Glen St. Mary
Rev. Tommy & Doris Anderson
Youth Director Margie Howard
Phone: 904-259-2213
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Sunday Morning Service .... 11:00 am
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George Rhoden,
61, of Glen dies
George Warren Rhoden, Sr.,
61, of Glen St. Mary died August
6, 2010. He was born in Jack-
sonville to G. W. Rhoden and
Nina Bell
Yarbrough-
Rhoden on
December
5, 1948.
George was
a member
of the Sand-
erson Con-
gregational
Holiness
Church and
was an avid -
hunter and George Rhoden
fisherman.
Mr. Rhoden was wounded in
the service of his country in Viet-
nam as an Army paratrooper,
and was a recipient of the Pur-
ple Heart. He was also known
as a jokester and loved spend-
ing time with his family. He was
predeceased by his father G.W.
Rhoden; grandparents J.C. and
Sadie Mae Yarbrough; his fa-
ther-in-law R.B. Lauramore Sr.
Survivors include Janice, his
wife of 24 years; children George
"Warren" (Danielle) Rhoden Jr.,
James "Jimbo" (Ericka) Green,
Traci (Chris) Mann, LaDonna
Rhoden and Stacy Southers; sis-
ter Eileen (Neal) Stavely; moth-
er Nina Bell (Jimmy) Davis; 14
grandchildren.
The funeral service was held
August 10, at 2:oopm at Sand-
erson Congregational Holiness
Church with Rev. Oral Lyons
and Rev. Justin Griffis officiat-
ing. Interment followed at Mace-
donia Cemetery in Macclenny.
Ferreira Funeral Services was in
charge of arrangements.


Heartfelt thanks
The family of Walter Darrell
Johns would like to thank this
community and all his friends for
the tremendous support shown
to our family at this difficult time.
Also we want to thank everyone
for all the delicious food dishes.
Darrell lived his life for his family,
friends and all the people around
him. We thank you for being a
part of his life.
Thank you,
The Johns Family

C e .i t. . . .I


In Loving Memory In Loving Memory
of of
Will Alexander Will Alexander
12/12/1976 8/12/2007 12/12/1P, ; 8/12/2007


It's been three years since you
went away.
In God's arms you'll forever
stay.
We love and miss you every-
day.
YOUR LOVING FAMILY,
MAMA, DADDY, ISRAEL, RICHIE,
TOREY, RICKIE, SAVANNAH, NANNY
THARPE AND NANA ANNA
ALSO YOUR EARTHLY FAMILY AND
FRIENDS
WE LOVE YOU!
Gone But Never Forgotten


In Loving Memory
of
Pender Logan Raulerson
8/16/1991 3/28/2007
Pender:
What can I say now that I
haven't said before?
With every day that passes,
I only miss you more.
I can't come to grips
with the fact that you are
gone.
I try to go and see you, but it
always just feels so wrong.
Words cannot express the
emptiness Ifeel.
There's no point to keep writ-
ing this.
There's nothing left to say.
I just want you here with us,
on your 19th birthday.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY PENDER
I LOVE YOU AND
YOU WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN
LOVE,
MOM AND ALL YOUR FAMILY

DINKINS NEW
CONGREGATIONAL
METHODIST CHURCH
ClR 127 N. of Sanderson
Sunday School 10:00 am
Sunday morningg Service 11:00 am
Sunday Night Service 6:00 pm
Wed. Night Service 7:30 pm
Pastor Allen Crews
Assistant Pastor Timothy Alford
SYouth Pastor Brian Poole =


In Loving Memory
of
Tiffany Gail Christy
9/21/1987- 8/162008
We walk the bridge to face
your death. Your heart is with
us everyday, so you may rest.
You watch over us and keep us
safe. We feel the pain every day.
It's been two years, but knowing
you're in God's hands and safe
brings joy to our face. But one
day we will see you again meet-
ing us at Heaven's gates.
LOVE,
MOM, BRENT, DAD, CASEY,
KATLIN, HUNTER, PAYTEN


4V/L&iWV


Hwy. 185 Moniac, GA


5-19


Sunday at 6:00 pm Mon. Thurs. 7:00 pm

Sunday night with
Pastor Ricky Dyal

Monday & Tuesday night with
Pastor Ken Rowe

Wednesday & Thursday night with
Pastor Jason Delgado


SLEAGLE'S NEST

READINESS CENTER
istry of United Christian Church Pastor Mitch Rhoden


NO ROLLING VPK
Infa ~ -rs of operation: 6:30 am 6:00 pm
Director: Shannon instant Director: Reena Lanier

590 N. 7th Street, Macclenny .. 259-8466 or 305-2131
email mitchellrhoden@nefcom.net


OFFERING:
* FLOCS Certified
* ACTS Golden Seal Accreditation Standard
* Large, Christian childcare facility; 6,000 SF
sitting on 2 acres
* VPK Program
* Accepts Episcopal subsidies
* Weekly chapel service



Isaiah 40:31
"...they shall mount up
withwings ofeagles..:' f


* Certified teachers and staff with 50 years of
combined ministry to children
* Before and after school care for K- 6th
grade
* Transportation to and from Westside
Elementary
* Competitive rates
* Annual cap and gown graduation and
awards ceremony

CURRICULUM
A-BEKA Links to Literacy A.C.E
HOME-COOKED MEALS:
Breakfast, Lunch, Healthy Snacks


welcome
First Baptist Church
of Sanderson
CR 229 S., Sanderson FL
Sunday School ....... 10:00 am
Sun. Morning Worship. 11:00 am
Sun. Evening Worship .. 6:00 pm
Wed. Eve. Bible Study .. 7:00 pm
Pastor Bob Christmas
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Daddy:
I love and miss you every-
day.
The Lord be with you, this I
pray.
YOUR LITrLE PRINCESS,
ISRAEL BROOKE



COPIES
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THE OFFICE MART
110 South Fifth St.


Come and magnify the Lord and worship with us
Glenl Friendship Tabernacle
Clinton Ave. Glen St. Mary Home: 259-3982 Church: 259-6521
WJXR Radio Service Sunday.....8:30 am
Morning Worship Service....... 10:30 am
Children's Church ............. 11:30 am
Ev; ngel istic ............... ....6:00 pm
Bible Study (Wed.) ............. 7:30 pm
Rev. Albert Starling www.myspace. com/glenfriendshiptabernacle


BUDGET
New Rlvur Public Library Cooperwtve
FY 2011

ESTIMATED REVENUE
State Ad 5320,000
Local $3,000
LSTA grant $12,309
Interest $250
Misr Income $250
USF Reimbursment $20,000
Cash Carrover $205,000
Total $560,809

ESTIMATED EXPENSES
Salary Director $48,080
Wages Other $69,711
FICA $9,011
FR5 $13,398
Health insurance $18,314
Legal/Contractual S28,550
Audit $7,250
Office Rent $12,000
Commrundatlons $30,000
Supplies $9,000
Workers Comp $3,500
Inurance $6,900
Postage $5,400
Travel $500
Repair & MaiLenance $3,000
Fuel & Maintenance $8,500
Contingency $2,000
Automation $3,000
Program Support $2,500
Advertising $1,220
Oues $4,560
Equipment [(vr $100) $6,000
Libra rv Materlils $5, 100
Equipment [under $1000) $6,000
Budgeted Reserve $206,315
Total $560,809

The tentative, adopted and/or final budget are on fire in
the above office. The public hearing to approve this
budget will be held on Thursday, August 12, 2010
at Spm at the office of New River Solid Waste Faclilty,
SR121 nMrth of Raiford.


August 1


THE LORD'S

CHURCH
Intersection of CR 125 & 250 in
Taylor.. 259-8353
Sunday school: 10:00 am
Sunday service: 11:00 am
Wednesday Night Bible
Study: 6:30 pm
Family style dinner ~ 1st Sunday of
the month following service
A church alive is worth the drive!'


Thursday, August 5, 2010


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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS


BCHS homerooms... BCHS notes


B.Adams- L. Alligood
K. Anderson A. Betz
L. Boland D. Burns
A. Burnsed -J. Chadwick
H. Chambers- T. Crawford
S. Crenshaw -J. Dickinson
A. Dinkins- S. Farnesi
P. Farrell- X. Gaskins
C. Gereshenski-G. Gregory
D. Griffin M. Harvey
S. Harvey- J. Hodges
S. Hodges- K. Jasonek
J. Johns A Knapp
S. Kuhr-C. Lloyd
J. Locke- M. McDonald
J. McLeod- T. Moran
A. Morris-J. O'Neill
K. Orender- M. Raley
V. Ramirez- B. Rogers
T Rollins C. Sigers
L. Silguero B. Starling
J. Starling C. Taylor
G. Taylor S. Tvardos
W. Utke T.Whaley
J. Wheeler A. Yonn


D Smith
C. Wilkerson
T Clardy
D. Gnann
D. Harvey
J. Johnson
A. Hodges
S. Doyle
A. Rhoden
TBA
L. Kerce
K. Matthews
C. Armoreda
D. Riggs
E. Johnson
T Gibbs
G. Cook
T Armoreda
S. Wheeler
B. Taylor
A. Dees
TBA
TBA
A. Smith
F. Matricardi


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W. Clarkson M. Crawford
H. Creamer W. Demers
A. Dempsey- B. Fernandez
M. Foerman A. Green
D. Green L. Harris
M. Hart- B. Howell
R. Hughes- D. Kirksey
M. Kosier- L. Major
L. Mallett C. Miller
B. Mills- B. Nipper
D. Norman-T. Pendleton
M. Perez-Hinson- T. Rayburn
T Reneau -J. Robinson
T Roddenberry A. Sotomeyer
S. Sparks Chandler Taylor
Chase Taylor J. Walsh
A. Washington A. Zawolik


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F. Griffis
H. Russell
V. Ferreira
J. Helms
K. Adams
T Thrift
J. Lange
K. Norman
F. Fly
K. Wilson
P. Bagley
B. Volner
C. Yarborough
G. Fowler
A. Murphy
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J Horne
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K. Benton- J. Burnsed
M. Bussey- R. Collingwood
B. Combs- H. Dopson
J. Drawdy- S. Fogarty
C. Fraze A. Griffin
K. Griffis J. Hendricks
C. Hicks M. Johnson
M. Jones- K. Lee
J. Lepeak- H. McNutt
A. Midyette V. Paulson
J. Pender-T. Raysor
D. Reed P. Ruise
T. Ruise B. Smith
C. Smith R. Tharpe
Z. Theus J. Watkins
K. Wawzynski S. Zastrow


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P. Sands
S. Rhoden
J. Clark
B. Turner
J. Chiofolo
J. Winet
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J.Bennett- R. Carns
K. Carter- Christian Crews
Cody Crews D. Gainey
E. Gibbs- D. Hogan
T. Hogan- T. Lee
A. Lester- C. Miller
J. Miller-T. Pittman
J. Ponsler- K. Sampson
L. Shumate A. Tracy
M. Tubbs A.Yonn


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Come see us for school
shoes, backpacks, gym
clothes & Wildcat attire.
New stock of collegiate w
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S. Reid
J. Stokes
A. Summers
B. Cox
D. Boatright
E. Law-Wallace
M. Warren
I. Fish
J. Sulkowski
S. McDonald
R. Sulkowski


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Backpacks


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shoes


Shoe Sale Dates -August 11-17



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Excludes all Nike cleats


2010 2011 bell schedule
Baker County High School will
be transitioning to a seven pe-
riod day this school year, which
will alter our bell schedule and
lengthen our school day. This
means that students will attend
seven 50 minute classes a day.
The following bell schedule re-
flects the new lunch hours and
dismissal times.
Periods/ Lunch Times
1st period 7:30- 8:20
2nd period 8:25 9:15
3rd period 9:20- 10:10
4th period 10:15- 11:08
Lunch A 11:08 11:37
5th period 11:42- 12:32
Lunch B 12:03-12:32
6th period 12:37- 1:27
7th period 1:32 2:25

Planners
Planners are required for ALL
students this year and will be on
sale after Open House in the Caf-
eteria for $5.00.

Summer reading requirements
Baker County High School
students are assigned a summer
reading book. Every student will
be tested on their assigned book,
Tuesday, September 7th. Books
are available in the Front Office,
Mon Thurs, 7:ooam to 4:30
pm. You can also purchase these
titles online or at your favorite
book store.
9th grade: Shane $6.00
9th grade honors: Choosing
Civility $10.00
loth grade: Fire From The
Rock $6.00
loth grade honors: Lord of
the Flies $7.50
nith grade ALL: A Break with
Charity $6.00
12th grade: Choosing Civility
$10.00
12th grade honors and Dual
Enrollment: The Sweetness at
the Bottom of the Pie $10.oo

BCHS attendance policy
The attendance policy at
Baker County High School will
be different this year due to the
change in the number of hours
spent in each class. Students are
only allowed to miss 9 days per
semester (a semester = 18 weeks)
and those who exceed the 9 days
will not receive credit for that
class. Parents are able to write
excuse notes for up to 5 days of a
student's absences. Those notes
must be received by the Data
Processor in the Guidance Office
within two days of the absence.
Students who have exceeded the
limit and their credit has been
withheld, may request a review
by the Attendance Committee
at the end of the semester. The
committee will review the infor-
mation presented by the parent
and student and then make a
final decision regarding the stu-
dent's credit for the courses) in
jeopardy.

Community Pep Rally
The community pep rally will
be held on August 20th at 7:30 at
Memorial Stadium. This event
is free and everyone is invited.
There will be a mini scrimmage,
recognition of various groups
and a drawing for reserved seat-
ing for the football games. Come
out and support the Wildcats.


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BAKER COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
392 South Boulevard East, Macclenny, Florida 32063
CATHERINE B. GOLON
Director of Nutrition Services, Purchasing and Warehousing
"Where Children Are First!"


Phone: (904) 259-4330 Fax: (904) 259- 2825


Dear Parent/Guardian:


Welcome Back to School! NEW THIS YEAR! Each student will be assigned a new five (5) digit student meal
identification number (bar code or pin number). This is the number that a student enters on a "keypad" when
obtaining a meal in the cafeteria. Each student's unique number is confidential and provided to the student on his/her
class schedule. Our goal from this time forward is that this five (5) digit identification number follow the student from
school to school. Fortunately, prices are the same as last school year. Meal prices for the 2010-2011 school year are
listed below:

Elementary Schools, Grade Pre-K Grade 6, Breakfast $1.50, Lunch $2.00
Middle and High School, Grade 7 Grade 12, Breakfast $1.50, Lunch $2.50

We strive to keep meal prices competitive while operating a cost effective program. Most of all, our goal is to offer
nutritious meals that meet United States Department of Agriculture requirements and regulations.

In order to do this, we need your help and ask that you keep current with your child's meal account. Meal prepayment
is always an option for parents, as well as qualification for free or reduced price meals. Should you wish to prepay, the
chart provided below may be helpful:

Full Pnce Reduced Price Full Pnce Reduced Price
Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast
Students in Breakfast Lunch and Lunch Students in and Lunch and Lunch
Grades Pre-K 6 and Lunch Only Lunch Only Grades 7 -12 Lunch Only Lunch Only
Weekly Cost (5 day week) $1750 $1000 $350 $200 Weekly Cost (5 day week) $20 00 $1250 $3 50 $2 00
9 Weeks Cost (45days) $15750 $9000 $3150 $1800 9 Weeks Cost (45days) $18000 $11250 $3150 $1800
Semester Cost (90 days) $31500 $18000 $6300 $3600 Semester Cost (90 days) $36000 $22500 $6300 $3600
Yearly Cost (180 days) $63000 $360 00 $12600 $7200 Yeary Cost (180 days) $72000 $45000 $12600 $7200

Note that these meal prices do not include cost of extra items purchased or foods sold a la carte. Extra items are
available at all schools. Should you wish your child to receive meals only, please notify the school cafeteria. Snacks
and extra foods may not be charged.

All elementary schools through Grade 5 may prepay to avoid charging meals or eating on credit. Note that any
payment received once debt is incurred will go towards the debt first and then future meals. No student will be
allowed to eat on credit for breakfast. We now have on line prepayments. See reverse side for web address.

All secondary schools, Baker County Middle School and High School students are NOT permitted to eat on credit.
Note that incoming 6th graders to Baker County Middle School may not charge meals. Please prepay for meals and
keep current so that your child may receive a meal. Again, on line prepayment is available. See reverse side for
web address.

Should you wish to pay in advance, you may do so by the week, month, or in any increment you wish. Any student
who has a cafeteria debt will NOT be allowed to participate in field trips until the debt is paid in full.

Direct specific questions to your school's Nutrition Service Manager as listed below:
Pre-K/Kindergarten/6th Grade Center Cindy Sanders (904) 259-0375
Macclenny Elementary School Cindy Scott (904) 259-2881
Westside Elementary School Marlene Rhoden (904) 259-6633
Keller Intermediate School T.B.A. (904)259-4331
Baker County Middle School Nancy Ash (904) 259-3020
Baker County High School Jeri Harvey (904) 259-5960

Once again, your School Nutrition Service staff is looking forward to serving you.
Sincerely,



Cathy B. Golon, Director of Nutrition Services


August 1,2010


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Thursday, August 5, 2010


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Phone: (904) 259-4330


Fax: (904) 259- 2825


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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS


Keller Intermediate rolls...


4TH GRADE
Crummey: Alison Barton, Kiersten
Canaday, Jodee Carter, Keondrick Clay-
ton, Gavin Crews, Lindsey Davis, Rodney
Davis, Aspyn Elliott, Maeghen Gross, Da-
nasia Hope, TonyJohnson, Devon Jordan,
Abram Kelley, Zach Lyons, Brandon Reed,
Joel Satterwhite, Destiny Smith, Jacaria
Taylor, Savanna Walker, Caleb Wilkerson,
Savanna Walker
Linville: Cheyenne Addison, Randee
Carter, Ray Charles, Dyler Davis, Marcia
Davis, Joelle Gonzalez, Darrien Harper,
Shiann Holling, Michael Johnson, Sierra
Joyner, Shelby Mann, Gavin Manning,
Timothy Midyette, Erit Myers, Douglas
Pennington, Tavion Reed, Hana Ritter,
Hannah Roberts, SpencerSoyring, Jaylyn
Williams
Cavannaugh: Chelsielee Burrier, MB
Charles, Gavin Conner, India Ellis, Dean-
gelo Farmer, James Forbes, Jacobi Gas-
kins, Steven Gray, Brandon Grimes, Don-
ald Holland, Shamera Jefferson, Javari
Johnson, Will Keinath, Hope Kirkland,
Hunter Noblitt, Megan Rhoden, Earl
Starling, Kayla Thigpen, Tony Trail, Kayla
VanVactor
McLarty: Kyndell Allen, Tristin Bent-
ley, Ben Coffin, Maggie Davis, Emmalee
Dilbeck, Bailey Dugger, Jarred Gaskins,
Jakob Ingles, Jabraun Jackson, Brianna
Latimer, Jamie Lawrence Ariyonna
Mitchell, Jared Pilkington, Savannah Red-
ding, Austin Thrift, Brandon Tubberville,
John Mason Turrentine, Frederick Wil-
liams, Emmaline Williams
Wilson: Michael Bailey, Katherine Cas-
tleberry, Brittany Chandler, SunnyChrist-
mas, Chase Crews, Sara Green, Shawna
Masse, Hannah McCay-Crawford, Jordan
Mobley, Michael Parker, MarkRheys Rob-
erts, Keon Simmons, Robert Small, Gar-
rett Sparkman, Hailey Taylor, Kamoren
Thompson, Brian West, Raegan Williams,
Christopher Wilson, NicoleYaccarino
Kick: Shelby Arwine, Makayla Clev-
enger, Matthew Flanders, Evander Flow-
ers, Adison Goddard, John Green, Dillon
Hardenbrook, Amber Hughes, Austin
Keaton, Trent Mobley, Dalton Moore,
Kaitlynn Morefield, Joseph Morris, Re-
becca Pearl, Marissa Rhoden, TyStewart,
Emily Straining, Deanna Swindell, Mar-
cus Tirado, Mikea Washington, Caden
Yarborough
Smith: Carissa Adams, Cassidi Beaver,
Derrick Brantley, Reggie Bullard, Jesse
Callen, Jonathen Carter, Patrick Coker,
Macy Combs, Chapland Crews, Kiara
Crees, Miesha Givens, Danielle Green,
Dylan Jackson, Trace Kemp, Taylor King,
Trace Milton, Justin Norman, Katherine
Rhoden, Brittany Taylor, Kim Thrower,
William Walker, Detriq Watkins
McGee: Abigail Craig, HacDo, Eriyani
Evans, Zacary Graham, Keshaun Griffin,
Elania Griffis, Mason Hickman, Michael
Holmes, Sierra Jones, Karlicia Mack,
Brianna Norrell, Keaton Padgett, Car-
los Perozo, Allysa Pipkins, Mallorie Self,
HaleyStrickland, Michael Tillis, Nathaniel
Tubberville, Blaine Turner, Ja'Quez Wil-
liams, KasperWojdat
Navarra: Major Batten, Tyler Bosley,
Ashley Carter, Dawson Crews, Emily Den-
nison, Sabrina Donaldson, Leven Fish,
Maurice Graham, James Harrell, Catlin
Harvin, Ryan Holt, KelseyJohns, Chris
Keller, Dawson Long, Jordyn Looby, Katie
McComb, Cheyenne Norman, Zachary
Thomas, Stephanie Wilkerson, Alexan-
dria Winn, Reece Wynn
Landtroop: Jakari Anderson, Scott
Anderson, David Baumgardner, Hayden
Bennett, Sabrina Bingham, Tyler
Burnsed, Katherine Harris, Courtney
Johnson, Madisyn Johnson, Haylee Kent,
Nick McCane, Jordan Miller, Robert Perez
, Jalishia Ruise, William Scott, Jim Smith,
Lindsey Smith, Chris Smith, Haley Theo-
phile, Jacob Tison, Re'Ahna York
Brookins: Kaleb Branch, Christopher
Collett, Hayley Dumas, Daisy Griffis, Ty-
ler Hebert, Myrica Holliday, Hallie Kilgore,
Raegan Mash, Matthew McDuffie, Sierra
McGee, Jace McKinney, Layla Nettles,
Hannah Oralls, Savannah Parish, Jordan
Peterson, Bethany Roberts, Shannon
Rodriguez, Caleb Speers, Chester Star-
ling, Thomas Suggs, Brandi Taylor, Clay
Touchton
Strait: Brittany Burger, Mason Carter,
Julie Cody, Linda Crews, Austin Dash,
Josh Dickinson, Yumari Farmer, Mor-
gan Green, Christopher Gwynn, Trevyn
Howard, Sydney Hughes, Warren Johns,
Andrea Johnson, John Johnson, Tanner
Kennedy, Brooke LaPointe, Adrianna
Lauramore, Alexandria Oakes, Cheyenne
Powell, Brett Taylor, Kurtis Taylor, ,TBA:
Madison Barton, Cody Bennett, Dawson
Byrd, Ace Crews, Eva Gray, James Hance,
Skylar Hinson, Adam Howard, Makenzie
Klender, Carly Markham, Noah Melvin,
Lacey Nordstrom, Gareth Parker, Alexia
Pinkney, Janessa Plummer, Emily Sheck-
elton, Zachariah Snyder, Tyler Tweet,
Walter Walker, Joshua Walton
Lyons: Katelyn Brassart, Lewton
Burnett, John Crews, Isaiah Daniel, Ki-
ara Nicole Davis, G Dylan Drow, Jackson
Ettinger, Tonya Flanders, Carson Gray,
Brenden Holley, Stanley Lin, Kendall
Manucy, Mackenzie McNeil, Destanie
Munoz, Shelby Nipper, Mallory Rhoden,
Garrett Roberson, Jacob Vickers, Katlyn
Wilkerson, Joshua Willis
Taylor, C.: Kaylee Baity, Robert Baker,
Abby Caswell, Brandon Combs, Gra-
cie Cranford, Tyler Crews, Zoelle Dunn,
Alyssa Flakowicz, Tucker Gombert, Cuyler
Howard, Noah McCollum, Benjamin Mul-
drew, Alyssa Norman, Joshua Ossmann,


Shania Paige, Andrew Rosepiler, Abbie
Ruis, Gabby Schoolcraft, Alexis Walker,
Mackenzie Webb, Lucas Wood Chan-
dler Wood
Giddens: Ben Anderson, Jared
Brown, Kylie Carter, Noah Carter, Mar-
cus Chisholm, Peyton Ferry, Alexis Fran-
cis, Blayne Fraser, Dalton Ray, Dillon
Ray, Natalie Hilliard, Anastasia Keeney,
Rachel Mechum, Allen Penrod, Layden
Pruitt, Zachary Randall, Brooklyn Rho-
den, Ashlhynn Harris, Lyna Shumate,
Marydith Stidham, Hannah Teerlink, Av-


eryThornton
Boatright: Cheyenne Adcock, McKay-
la Bates, Jared Burnsed, Jaxon Burnsed,
Kaitlyn Carter, Kamrie Chancey, Michael
Davis, Marcus Dialo, Wyatt Godbold,
Daniel Greene, Carsyn Griffis, Madalynn
Hand, Megan Harrell, Isaac Henry, Alex
Himmelhaver, Sterling Jones, Skylar Mur-
phy, Levi Pickett, Kayla Rhoden, Emma
Self, Dalton Starling
Johnson: Shayla Brazeale, Mackenzie
Carter, Kaitlynn Davis, Donald Duran,
Damaria Gibson, Chase Hancock, Devin
Hartley, Dylan Hartley, Madison Hauge,
Jackson Helms, Ernie Jones, Rilynn Kel-
ley, Garett Lewis, Owen Loadholtz, Lydia
Lovingood, Courtney Malloy, Robert
Muse, Damien Pryde, Ally Richardson,
Cadeyn Swindell, Hannah Williams
Morley: Andrew Bailes, Amanda Bal-
lard, Mackenzi Bennett, Chayce Britt,
Lauren Cales, Jared Cauley, Austin Cole,
Jillian Cox, Cadee Crawford, Allie Crum-
mey, Trey Davis, Michelle Dukeman, Al-
lie Fauble, Abigail Fischer, Tucker Hodges,
Colby Kennedy, Emily King, Cody Milton,
Colton Moore, Dixie Raulerson, Briana
Smallwood
Crawford: Loriann Bliss, Conner
Butcher, Jaycee Crawford, Dominic
Crews, Carrie Davis, Lucas Davis, Ricky
Dozier, Cameron Jefferson, Demi Jones,
Cheyenne Lukander, Sara Keves, Kelton
Knabb, Kessler Mallory, Hayley McRae,
Myles Morrison, Dreama Morrow, Taylor
Orberg, Dustin Powers, Katie Register,
Haley Rogers, Colby Watson, Bradley
Weeks
Read: Kayeisha Major 4th: Summer
Richendollar4th: McKenzie Williams 4th:
Sean Brooks 4th:James Diaz 4th: Rebekah
Hefty 4th: Xaiyne Bryant 5th: Jessica Hand
5th: Noah Starling 5th : Doneisha Wright
5th
5TH GRADE
Murphy: Cale Bennett, Billy Brown,
Cameron Crain, Elizabeth Crews, Skyler
Eaton, K'Mahzi Evans, Macy Gleaton,
Curtis Harmon, Britney Lauramore,
Jamilee Lauramore, Jackie Legg, Dylan
Lewis, Michael Makauskas, Matthew
Manley, Landen Oca, Casey Padgett,
Emmitt Paige, Autumn Retcho, Zackrey
Robinson, Dylan Rosier, Patrick Ruise,
Sadie Sparkman
Harrison: Shelby Behm, Amy Belcher,
Erin Brinson, Joseph Bureau, Olivia
Crews, Jeslyn Estep, Kyle Griffis, Jamyah
Herring, Brianna Karpf, Dakota McLarty,
KallieSowell, Savannah Stafford, Patience
Stoneberger, Brandon Thick, Jacob Thrift,
Matthew Voytko, Lindsey Walker, Dylen
Williams, Noah Williams, Samaria Wil-
liams, TaylorWilson, Kassi Wisneski
Sapp: Austin Brogdon, Charlie Bur-
rier, Aaliyah Charles, Roshell Collett,
Alaina Crawford, Jennifer Davis, Jordynn
Dugan, Hailey Dugger, Devin Edenfield,
Dalton Hathcox, Cameron Hauge, Chase
Haydu, Robert Hobbs, Joseph Johnson,
Joshua Jones, Dalton Lauramore, Jerry
Norman, SerenityAkins, Quantrel Ruise,
Taylor Simon, Ashunti Steward, Mason
Spencer
Smith, M.: Thomas Aldridge, Jacob
Angelo, M'Cayla Christ, Madyson Davis,
Logan Foreman, Jyese Givens, Megan
Harrell, Joshua Hayden, Elizabeth Hen-
drix, David Higginbotham, Lane Johns,
Ashley Keller, Amber Ruise, Chelsea
Scherf, CalebScott, Noah Starling, Chey-
enne Taylor, Austin Terrell, Reginald
Thomas, Vince Wilkerson, Derrick Wil-
liams
Hite: Erik Addison, Jamie Adkins,
Aleara Ferguson, Markelya Ford, Hailey
Freeman, Steven Looney, Pilar Manning,
Jordyn Martin, Jon Miller, BrandyNorrell,
Tyneisha Reed, Susan Reimer, Serena
Rowan, Garrett Sanville, Devin Simpson,
Morgan Smith, Shayla Smith, Jarquez
Stewart, Stacey Taylor, Austin West,
Nicklaus Wyland, Samantha Yuhas
Taylor, Q.: Tyler Barnett, Dawson Bea-
sley, Sydney Brown, Ivory Clark, Keonna
Coger, Christopher Davis, Levi Dugger,
Tyler Fox, Kylie Gabbard, John Gerensh-
enski, Waylon Golden, Quinci Hand, Grif-
fin Hinson, Ashley Matthews, Ashlynn
Parsels, Marcus Reed, Tori Richardson,
Courtney Sapp, Devin Smith, Selina Wall,
Ward Wolfe, Trenten Yonn
Rodgers: Jeremiah Alderman, Lacey
Bell, Shelton Brannen, Seth Cannon, Ste-
ven Carey, Cameryn Clack, Abby Craven,
McKenzie Curry, Kenny Davis, Geffery
Gaskins, Wesley Hall, Madison Haller,
danielle Hardin, Savoy Jefferson, Brantley
Johns, Audrianna Lane, Caleb Mathews,
Larry Mulligan, Bailey Pisani, Makenzie
Rhoden, Rocky Roberson, Tammie Stod-
dard
Franze: Brittany Cannon, Ashley
Charles, Shoteya Coleman, Mitchell
Crain, Christian Crawford, Caleb Crews,
Sarah Crews, Tristin Crews, Cole Cush-
man, Destiny Davis, Allie England, Alyssa
Giddens, Savannah Harper, Morgan Jew-
ell, Nicolas Langston, Mackenzie Martin,
Katelynn Muncy, Tina Raulerson, James
Render, Ridge Stewart, Hannah Sullivan
Cinal: Joseph Alford, Timbra Alford,
Seth Paige, Zachary Clark, Daniel Cour-
son, Jackson Davis, Lacey Durham, Tay-
lor Dyal, Chase Dyer, Dylon Gainey, Faith
Green, Willondria Green, Joseph B.John-
son, Evie Knabb, Cheyenne McGee, Si-
erra Michell, Alyssa Rich, Jeremiah Riggs,
Waylon Rhoden, Kelsey Ray, Asia Walker,
Jackie White
St.John: Davonte Brown, Lydia Brown,
Taylor Conner, Elizabeth DiPerna, Kyle
Francis, Dalton Harrison, Destini Hires,
Jayvon Howard, Dalton Johnson, Lake


Lewis, Tres Lightsey, Kera McQueen,
Brenda Norris, Dalton Padgett, Wesley
Riley, Eddie Ruise, Jackson Sands, Chel-
sea Steven, Justin Wiggins, Brittany Wil-
son, Thorne Zimmerman
Murphree: Mikayla Brandt, Roy Clark,
Elizabeth Dillard, Jackie Donker, Alexia
Griffis, KlintGriffis, KatelynJay, Nicholas
Lee, Michelle Lin, Taylor Moore, Jordan
Morgan, Jessica Norman, Anthony Ortiz,
Grace Raysor, Alexandria Rollins, Tommy
Ruise, Chandler Theus, Jackson Tinkle,
Brianna Trionfo, Destinee Vega, Macken-


zie Williams
Owings: Jaclyn Adkison, Zak Cain,
Chelsea Crockett, William Dugger, Jor-
dan Glover, Reece Harvey, Joshua Hay-
good, Carliya Jefferson, Jordan Johnson,
Aysia Jones, Tucker Kinghorn, Savannah
Lauramore, Maegan Lawrence, Madisyn
Looby, Landon McCune, Clarissa Midy-
ette, Noah Nelson, Ashley Paulson, An-
tonio Rodriguez, Wyatt Rhoden, Morgan
Shrull, Kaitlyn Williams
Crosby: Haleigh Beazzo, Dillon Burden,
Deanna Caudill, Hayden Cochran, Sydney
DeHart, India Delgado, Kali Faulk, Daw-
son Ferguson, Kayla Fussell, LourdesGar-
cia, Christian Gardner, Selena Gonzalez,
Corben Hodges, Jamon Jones, Lia Love,
Andrea Ruise, Jarred Spurlock, Jenna
Turner, Brandon Wages, Molly Walters,
Hunter Wilson, Joseph Young
Adams: William Barber, Sydney
Burnsed, Devon Cole, Caitlyn Cook, Blake
Dicks, Amaya Figueroa, Kimberly Fink,
Myles Finn, Shelbey Frits, Caitlynn Gold-
smith, Marisol Gonzalez, Zachary Grego-
ry, Blane Griffis, Karli Harvill, Christopher
Hill, Cooper Hodges, Kyrie Holman, Seth
Kish, Ethan Knight, Camryn Payne, Cayt-
lyn Peters, Noah Taylor
Mason: Gregory Barrios, David Blow,
Catey Cavannaugh, Bryson Dopson,
Reagan Dopson, Emma Gipson, Kristen
Godbold, Jarren Hodges, Amber Home,
Vanessa Jennings, Richard Kelly, Krystyn
Kingsley, Tara McDowell, Summer Mo-
bley, Mallory Morgan, Carson Padgett,
Arlie Rhoden, Braeden Sanders, Haley
Self, Amber Simmons, Clayton Smith,
Alyssa Thrift
Herman: Vera Baker, Cheyenne Ball,
Avery Bryan, Ryah Davis, Dalton Dietz,
Matthew Eldridge, Mariah Grendzinski,
Alayni Guidash, Delaney Harvey, Nick
Howell, Autumn Hutter, Leah Kerce,
Zachary Lilly, Chase Nielsen, Elijah Ray-
burn, Hailee Rodgers, Christofer Simon,
Haley Stevens, Preston Sutton, Hannah
Thomas, Miranda Tubbs, Jordan Vanvac-
tor
Prescott: Keona Adkins, Collin Am-
brose, Elizabeth Ambrose, Abbigail
Baggett, Cody Barfield, Tarin Burnsed,
Skyler Cales, Kelley Colston, William
Crockett, Jade Hale, Dale Hodges, Kei-
ara Jackson, James Johnson, Sierra Mc-
Cawley, Minh-Trang Nguyen, Anthony
Prescott, Elizabeth Reagan, Lillie Starling,
Jacob Teague, Joseph Tedesco Ill, Mallory
Tomlin, Dawson Yarborough


BCMS homeroom

assignments

The middle school will have
lists of first period teachers post-
ed at the front of the school the
morning of open house. The lists
will be alphabetical by the stu-
dent's last name. Students will
receive their complete schedule
from their first period teacher.


(03it ofu-ll & ni& s vcur


ENDORSED BY...
District 3 School Board Member
Karen McCollum
"Our children deserve energetic principled
role models to lead our district. Jesse has a
work ethic and firm moral foundation which
will allow him to be an excellent advocate for
our children. Coupled with his strong busi-
ness background Jesse will make decisions that
promote accountability, transparency and fis-
cal conservatism necessary to guide our district
through state funding issues in the upcoming
years.


Foster children will receive benefits (i.e., free, reduced-price, or paid) based on the
child's personal income regardless of the income of the household.
Households with children who are considered migrants, homeless, or runaway
should contact the district liaison, Susan Voorhees at (904) 259-6776.
For the purpose of determining household size, deployed service members are con-
sidered a part of the household. Families should include the names of the deployed
service members on their application. Report only that portion of the deployed ser-
vice member's income made available to them or on their behalf to the family. Addi-
tionally, a housing allowance that is part of the Military Housing Privatization Initiative
is not to be included as income.
All other households must provide the following information listed on the applica-
tion:
* Total household income listed by gross amount received, type of income (e.g.,
wages, child support, etc.) and how often the income is received by each
household member;
* Names of all household members;
* Signature of an adult household member certifying the information provided is
correct; and
* Social security number of the adult signing the application or the word "NONE"
for this household member if he or she does not have a social security num-
ber.
If a household member becomes unemployed or if the household size changes, the
school should be contacted. Children of parents or guardians who become unem-
ployed should also contact the school. Such changes may make the student eligible
for reduced price or free meals if the household income falls at or below the levels
shown below.
Under the provisions of the Free and Reduced Price meal policy Cathy B. Golon,
Director of Nutrition Services, will review applications and determine eligibility. If a
parent or guardian is dissatisfied with the ruling of the official, he or she may wish
to discuss the decision with the determining official on an informal basis. If the
parent wishes to make a formal appeal, he or she may make a request either orally
or in writing to Sherrie Raulerson, Superintendent of Schools, Baker County School
Board, 392 South Boulevard East, Macclenny, Florida 32063, or by telephone at
(904) 259-6251.
Unless indicated otherwise on the application, the information on the Free and Re-
duced Price Meal application may be used by the school system in determining
eligibility for other educational programs.
"In accordance with Federal law, and US Department of Agriculture policy, this institu-
tion is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex,
age, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination write USDA, Director, Office of
Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, DC 20250-9410 or call (800)
795-3272 (voice) or (202) 720-6382 (TTY). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and
employer."


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Florida State House Representative
JanetAdkins
"Florida faces great 1.11 i. ahead. With
unemployment at 11.4%, we need leaders
who can identify and solve problems. Jesse is
a fifth generation Floridian who understands
these. 1.I .11 and has the skills necessary to
lead. Jesse shares my concern about the fiscal
impact of I .I immigration on our schools,
which is estimated at $3.4 billion annually. I
know that Jesse will work with me to tackle this
problem."


Florida State House Representative
Steve Precourt
"Now more than ever, we need honest, prin-
cipled leaders at the local level who are ready
to tackle 1. 11 ,I and focus on measurable
results. Jesse Davis will bring an innovative,
business-like approach to the Baker County
School Board and ensure every decision pro-
motes accountability, transparency, and ensur-
ing our teachers and students have the tools
they need to succeed."


FOR FREE AND REDUCED PRICE MEALS
Effective from July 1. 2010. to June 30, 2011
Free Meal Scale is 130% of Federal Poverty Level
HouseholdTwice Every
Annual Monthly Per Two Weekly
size Month Weeks

1 14,079 1,174 587 542 271
2 18,941 1,579 790 729 365
3 23,803 1,984 992 916 458
4 28,665 2,389 1,195 1,103 552
5 33,527 2,794 1,397 1,290 645
6 38,389 3,200 1,600 1,477 739
7 43,251 3,605 1,803 1,664 832
8 48,113 4,010 2,005 1,851 926
Each additional
family member, 4,862 406 203 187 94
add

Reduced Meal Scale is 185% of Federal Poverty Level

Household Twice Every
Annual Monthly Per Two Weekly
Month Weeks
1 20,036 1,670 835 771 386
2 26,955 2,247 1,124 1,037 519
3 33,874 2,823 1,412 1,303 652
4 40,793 3,400 1,700 1,569 785
5 47,712 3,976 1,988 1,836 918
6 54,631 4,553 2,277 2,102 1,051
7 61,550 5,130 2,565 2,368 1,184
8 68,469 5,706 2,853 2,634 1,317
Each additional
family member, 6,919 577 289 267 134
add
To determine annual income:
* If you receive the income every week, multiply the total gross income by 52.
* If you receive the income every two weeks, multiply the total gross income by 26.
* If you receive the income twice a month, multiply the total gross income by 24.
* If you receive the income monthly, multiply the total gross income by 12.
Remember: The total income before taxes, social security, health benefits, union dues, or
other deductions must be reported.


PUBLIC RELEASE
The Baker County School Board announces its policy for Free and Reduced Price meals available for children unable to pay the full price of meals served under the National School
Lunch and School Breakfast Programs. The district's administrative office has a copy of the policy, which may be reviewed by any interested party.
Any interested person may review a copy of the policy by contacting Cathy B. Golon, Director of Nutrition Services, 392 South Boulevard East, Macclenny, Florida 32063, tele-
phone number (904) 259-4330.
Household size and income criteria will be used to determine eligibility. These criteria can be found in the chart below. Children from families whose income is at or below
the levels shown may be eligible for Free or Reduced Price Meals. An application can not be approved unless it contains complete eligibility information. Once approved, meal
benefits are good for an entire year. You need not notify the organization of changes in income and household size.
Application forms are being sent to all homes with a letter to parents or guardians. To apply for Free or Reduced Price Meals, households must complete the application and
return it to the school. Additional copies are available at the principal's office in each school. The information provided on the application will be used for the purpose of deter-
mining eligibility and may be verified at any time during the school year. Applications may be submitted at any time during the year.
Households that receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance (SNAP) orTANF (Temporary Assistance to Needy Families) are required to list on the application only the child's name,
Food Stamp /TANF case number, and signature of adult household member. FLORIDA INCOME ELIGIBILITY GUIDELINES


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Brother sewing machine, never used
has features for quilting, $175.904-653-
1465. 8/12p
2007 Gheen Gheenoe, 15' fiberglass,
9.9 Mercury four-stroke outboard motor,
$2900. 259-9605. 8/12p
Green peanuts, Valenbia, washed and
graded, $30 a bushel. 386-752-3434.
7/8-8/26p
2009 Polaris Ranger 4x4, special edition
XP, black, very nice, like new, 120 hours,
lots of extras, $10,500 OBO. 591-2640.
8/5tfc
3T boys' shirts, 20 long sleeve, 18 short
sleeve, no holes or stains; buy all or none
$40. 904-251-4296. 8/12p
Bankruptcies, divorce, wills and any
other court documents prepared, no-
tary service. Call John Swanson at 257-
9033. 6/17tfc
LC window AC, 15,000 BTU, two years
old, remote control, only used as back
up, perfect condition. 259-9605. 8/12p
Artists. Oils, acrylics, water colors,
Canvases, drawing pads and much
more. On sale now. The Office Mart, 110
S. Fifth Street, 259-3737. tfc
Briggs and Stratton generator like new,
elite series, very few hours, runs great,
5550 watts. 904-259-9605 or 904-955-
5685. 8/12p
Oak white ceramic top table with four
chairs $50; two tier roll around tool chest
with tools $300 OBO; full size metal truck
tool box $30. Call 334-2159. 8/12p
A large custom made tool box, alumi-
num diamond plated, oak top, $1800;
auger for tractor with 6" bit $300; 2006
Suzuki Enduro 400 2500 miles, good
condition $3000. 259-3706. 8/12p
Gas pressure washer $125; electric air
compressor 125. 259-5970. 8/12





2003 Ford F150 Lariat 4x4 super cab,
white, loaded, tan leather, six-disc CD,
sun roof, great condition, $12,750. Call
707-8649. 8/12c
2010 Chevy Equinox LTZ,AWD. Save
thousands! 904-422-3633. 8/12c
2009 Chevrolet Impala LT PW, PL, PS,
AC, AM/FM CD, Keyless remote start,
$13,590. 904 422-3633. 8/5c
2009 Chevrolet Cobalt 2LTauto, PW, PL,
AM/FM CD, tilt ,cruise, keyless remote,
alloy wheels, as low as $9,999. 904 422-
3633. 8/12c
2009 Chevrolet Avalanche LTZ 4x4
low miles, loaded, full power, naviga-
tion, DVD, sunroof, alloy wheels. Save
$15,000. 904 422-3633. 8/12c
2005-2008 Trailblazers, 2WD and 4WD,
Four to choose from as low as $14,995
904 422-3633. 8/12c
2008 Chevrolet Silverado Ext Cab 4x4
45k miles, XM Radio, On-Star, Alloys,
CD 5.3L V8, Bedliner, Clean Truck only
$21,990 904 422-3633. 8/12c
2007 Ford Escape XLT Low mileage gas
saver, PW, PL, sunroof, audiophile 6-disc
CD, Looks and drives like new $14,590
904 422-3633. 8/12c
2007 GMC Yukon SLT Extra clean low
miles. Leather, quad seats, alloys, CD,
AC, XM Radio, On-Star, Loaded, Like
brand new, $27,990 904 422-3633.
8/12c
2009 Chevrolet Malibu LT three to
choose from as low as $15,995. Full
power, keyless remote, AC, AM/FM/XM
radio w/CD chrome wheels. 904 422-
3633. 8/12c
2005 Chevrolet Silverado Crew Cab Z71
4X4 silver/charcoal cloth PW, PL, PS,
cruise, CD, AC, alloy wheels, $13,995
904 422-3633. 8/12c
2001 Pontiac Firebird Only 73k miles
auto, T-tops, power windows/locks, cold
AC, AM/FM CD, Great summer fun only
$5,995. 904 422-3633. 8/12c
2007 Cadillac CTS Low miles, PW, PL,


PS, AC, Keyless remote, Leather interior,
AM/FM/XM Radio, OnStar and more.
$18,990 904 422-3633. 8/12c
2007 Chevrolet Avalanche LT 4X4 34k
miles, full power, remote start, AM/FM/
XM Radio w/CD, AC, Alloy wheels On-
Star and more. $27,990 904 422-3633.
8/12c
2007 Chevrolet Tahoe LT 4x4 Low miles,
loaded. Leather, quad seating, front and
rear AC, 3rd row seating, XM Radio, On-
Star, too much to list. Save thousands
over new. $30,990 904 422-3633.8/12c
2009 Dodge Caravan SXT Stow & Go
Edition, PW, PL, Am/FM CD, AC Great
vehicle for the family only $16,990 904
422-3633. 8/12c


2009 Chevrolet Tahoe LT 4x4 23k miles.
Full power, 3rd row seating, front and
rear AC/ audio controls, save thousands
over new. 904-422-3633. 8/12c
2007 Chevrolet Silverado Ext Cab Z71
4X4 63k miles, 4DR, leather, loaded, key-
less remote, alloy wheels, tow pkg, 5.3L
V8 and more. $19,990 904 422-3633.
8/12c
2008 Pontiac G6 GT Extra clean, V6, PW,
PL, keyless remote AM/FM CD, Cold AC,
Alloy wheels, Hurry. $13,890 904 422-
3633. 8/12c
2007 Chevy Silverado, Crew Cab Z-71,
Duramax Diesel, Low Miles, Call for
price! 422-3633. 8/12c
2008 Chevrolet HHR LT Great Gas mile-
age at a Great Price. Full power, AM/FM
w/CD, AC, alloy wheels, OnStar and more
only $13,590 904 422-3633. 8/12c
2006 Dodge Durango SXT V6 gas saver,
PW, PL, PM, keyless entry, cruise al-
loy wheels, AM/FM CD and more. Only
$11,695 904 422-3633. 8/12c
2008 Chevy Uplander LS, carry kids in
style, $14,777 904 422-3633. 8/12c
2008 Chevy Silverado Z71 Crew Cab LTZ,
white, Save Thousands. $28,990.904-
422-3633. 8/12c
Chevy Tahoes, 5 to choose, 2007-2009,
2WD, 4WD, LT & LS from $18,990 422-
3633. 8/12 c
Mother of seven needing used helmet
and shoulder pads at a reasonable price.
Youth age 10, medium-large shoul-
der pads. Have two boys playing Little
League, only needing one set. Contact
434-6548. 8/12p





Babysitting in home, near 125 and 127.
Any hours, all ages. David's Bridal wed-
ding dress, size 14. 838-2287.
7/29-8/26p
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. 7/22-8/12p
Karibeth Satterwhite Family Homecare,
licensed and first aid/CPR certified. Now
accepting birth school age. Before/af-
ter school care and full time care, home
cooked meals for breakfast and lunch.
Call today 259-7598 or 307-6571. Also
accepting Episcopal. 8/5-8/12p





Hunting lease, 1320 acres, still hunting
four feed plots, four stands, good roads,
all fenced, Moniac, Ga. Call Richard 912-
281-9053 or 912-843-2194. 8/5-8/12p
Dogs: all types from puppies to adults.
Animal Control, $65 adoption fees will
apply. 259-6786. 11/20tfc
Found dog Large male dog, possibly
Springer Spaniel, found in area of 6th
Street in front of FBC in Macclenny. Call
to identify. 333-8783, 259-6591. 8/12p





Min Pin mix. 904-507-1336. 8/5





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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
Drivers: Intermodal owner ops needed.
Rite-way Transport is expanding in Jack-
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Jaxport badge, free secure yard parking.
CDL-A; paid more with haz/tanker. 904-
781-0457, fax 904-781-6330.
8/12-8/19p
Children's Elite now hiring mature reli-
able person that loves to work with chil-
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Drivers, CRST needs you. Immediate
opportunities. No CDL, no problem.
CDL training available. Great benefits
and start earning $750-$800/week. Call
today 1-866-457-6236. 8/12-9/2p


2nd shift storeroom clerk, must have
computer knowledge. We are an EECC
drug free workplace. 401 K, health/dental/
life insurance, paid holidays/vacations.
Apply at Gilman Building Products, Saw-
mill, 6640 CR 218, Maxville, Fl 32234 or
fax resume to 904-289-7736.
8/12-8/19c
Grand Slam Barbershop looking for
customer orientated barbers/stylists
with great attitudes. Men, women and
children's cuts, no chemicals and no
color. Skill with men's cuts a plus. Valid
Florida cosmetology/barber license, will-
ing to work flexible hours. Hourly and
commission. Call 904-860-2439.
8/5-8/12p


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Class "A" Industrial Mechanic. Must to (904) 289-7736. 8/12-8/19c
have 5 years industrial experience. We Needed, nail technician, Nina's Hair-
are an EECC. drug free workplace. styling Day Spa and Merle Norman
401K, health/dentalife insurance, paid Cosmetics 259-3428. 589 S. 6th Street,
Holidays/Vacations. Apply at Gilman Macclenny. Please apply in person.
Building Products, Sawmill, 6640 CR 8/12-8/26p
218, Maxville, Fl 32234 or fax resume


SMacclenny 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






Riverfrontc veryquiet
Country home with beautiful pastureland and .I I; i.. beauty arys River.
and huge pecan shade trees all on 5.50 acres. A must see for a vacation home, close to home
$159,000 on 2 acres! $129,900

REAL STATE VACANT LAND Great location for future
development. 5 acres zoned
Bank owned 5 BR double- 1 acre lot with trees. High development. 5 acres zoned
wide on beautiful one acre & Dry! In Hunters Ridge. $235,000
comer lot. Huge oak trees $34,900 Excelt c r fr
and storage, storage, stor- Beautiful 7.33 acre lot with ness. acr located on
"g. ,l a ,ness. .92 acre located on US
age. Price below appraisalat mature oaks and nice pasture. Hwy 90 zoned commercial
$89,900 Owner financing Sellerwilldivide.$120,000 general $219,900
maybe available. High and dry 7.5 acres for Corner lot in excellent busi-
2 lots in Glen St. Mary youtobuildyourdreamhome ness location on Hwy 125 S.
has 1980 DW listed as NO on or put a mobile home. in Glen St. Mary $49,900
VALUE. $45,000 Worth the ride! $64,900 Updated old style house
3 BR, 2' BA 2286 SF house
built in 1976 with many COMMERCIAL with new wiring and panel
box, tile with 5 rooms
upgrades Beautifully main- GENERAL plus bath. Perfect for of
tained with some tile. Large Great location for retail ces Zoned commercial.
yard with workshop, garage, business 1404 SF build- $119,900
potting shed. New rof mng currently used as a car Excellent business location.
potting shed. New roof, ac lot No sign on property Fourlots total 1.20 acres with
and pump. See to appreciate. Zoned commercial general.appro 320 ft. Hwy. 121
$198,000 $250,000_ frontage. $419,000


Liquor license, Baker County $45,000
OBO. 727-517-0983. 7/29-8/19p





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$100,000 cash, 2 BR, 2 BA brick house
with garage 8354 Pine Avenue, might
need minor repair. Available 8/11. 850-
592-4378. 8/12p
3 BR, 1 BA block home, new appliances,
new carpet, large lot, large shed, 221
Ivy Street. Reduced, $96,000. Possible
owner financing. 259-8974. 7/22-8/29p
1995 2 BR, 2 BA singlewide mobile
home on .61 acres, partially fenced with
10 x 12 utility shed, $60,000 OBO. 904-
408-1505. 8/12p
3 acres, high and dry, fish pond, homes
or mobile homes, set-up included, owner
financing. 912-843-8118. 2/22tfc


2 BR, 1 BA house and singlewide with
central H/A on 1/ acres, $38,000 OBO. 3
BR, 3 BA doublewide with central H/A on
3/2 acres, pond, front and back porch,
barn $58,000 OBO. Located in Georgia
bend. Call Rick 904-259-6101. 8/12p
Beautiful riverfront property in Mac-
clenny, 12.35 acres on Little St. Mary,
gated and fenced. 904-710-3472.
8/12-8/19p
One acre of property, custom built 24' x
24' garage, appraised at $57,400, asking
$50,000 OBO. 904-268-7668.
8/5-8/12p
FSBO, 2500 SF brick home on five acres,
Hills of Glen, 11536 Confederate Lane. 4
BR, 3 BA, great room with wood burning
fireplace, double garage and detached
garage workshop, asking $239,000. Call
259-9582 or 553-4165. 8/5-9/23p
FSBO, home at 8222 Willie Wilkerson
Road, Macclenny on 3.19 acres, 3 BR,
3 BA, 2286 SF and barn, $230,000. 904-
408-1007. 8/5-8/12p





2 BR, 1 BA apartment, large living room,
kitchen with bar and lots of cabinets,
laundry room, brick, very nice neighbor-
hood, $625/month. Call 904-861-8008.
Please leave message. 8/12p
2 BR, 2 BA new H/A, new appliances,
extra clean, service animals only, $650
deposit, $650/month. 259-2121. 7/1tfc
House in Taylor, 3 BR, 1 BA partially
furnished washer/dryer, service ani-
mals only, first month $600 and secu-
rity deposit $350. 259-7485, 259-9303.
8/12p
Efficiency apartment $525/month, first,
last and $300 deposit. Includes electric,
lawn service, trash and water. 259-
7335. 8/12tfc
Mobile homes. 2 and 3 BR, A/C, service
animals only, $500-$575 plus deposit.
904-860-4604. 3/1 7tfc


NOT A SHORT SALE! MLS#543382 Beautiful home
features gourmet kitchen with double oven and small
island. Formal living and separate dining rm. Screened
patioandfauxwood blinds throughout. $180,000
LOOKNOMORE! MLS#543540 Fifteenacrescompletely
cleared and grassed foryou to build your dream home.
Beautiful country setting. $232,900
THIS ISA FIXER UPPER! MLS#529124 Large 3BR3BA
hm situated on 3.5 acres. Large open formal living rm,
sep. dining rm, kitchen w/breakfast bar. Two rooms
have been painted. Two fireplaces. $211,000
EXCEPTIONALHOME!-MLS#539188This3BR2BA hm
is located in Sands Point Subdivision on cul-de-sac lot.
42"cabinets, cathedral ceilings, garden tubw/ separate
shower, security system and much more! $180,000
WELCOME HOME! MLS#544455 All brick 3BR 3BA
2,149 SF home on over 3.5 acres. Zoned for horses/
livestock. Bonus/library, large rooms and hard wood
flooring throughout. Mother-in-law suite. $239,000
GREAT PRICE! MLS#531346 This 4BR 2BA 2,452
SF home sits on 1 acre. Located in Settlers Ridge.
Formal living rm & dining rm. 1 Year home warranty.
$219,900
COMPLETELY REMODELED! MLS#543868 This 4BR
2BA 3,108 SF home has plenty of room to roam. Brick
house w/in ground pool on 1 acre. Det. Brick storage
building. $279,000
GREAT DEAL! MLS#541234 Enjoy this quiet country
neighborhood. Brick front/vinyl siding 4BR 2BA hm sits
on huge .90 acre lot. Large family rm, eat in kitchen &
more. $199,900


A MUST SEE! MLS#514241 Beautiful corner lot,
former Richmond model. 4BR 2.5 BA, tile fir, Ig family
rm w built-in bookcases. Crown molding, corain
countertops, work desk off kitchen. Covered & screened
back porch. $232,000
WHATADEAL!-MLS#541361 Investorstakeadvantage
of this buying opportunity. Zoned commercial this
property holds great value & great potential. Located
just off heavily trafficked HWY 90. $127,000
CHARMING HOME! MLS#543731 This 3BR 2BA home
was built in 2005. 2798 SF Upstairs apartment over
attached 2 car garage. Additional detached 40 x 40
(1600 SF) 3 car garage/workshop w/office w/half bath.
Gorgeous property. $240,000
COUNTRY HOME! MLS#530336This 4BR 2BA 1,949
SF hm isfull of charm &sits on almost acres. Features
spring fed fully stocked pond. Hm has lifetime metal
roof, 2 brand new AC units, water softener. Over sized
detached garage would hold 5 + cars, attached 2 car
garage. $309,900
LOTS OF CHARM! MLS#496310 Looking for wide
open spaces? This is it! Great 1.5 acre parcel of land
with adorable 3BR 1BA home. $168,500
HANDY-MAN SPECIAL! MLS#534326 The repairs are
estimated at $5,000. Needs new carpet, paint, some
drywall patches, glass for broken windows, countertops
and refrigerator. $22,900
BRING ALL OFFERS! MLS#532870 Short sale. 3BR
1BA home on nice corner lot across the street from
YMCA complex in the heart of Macclenny. $69,000


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Houses for rent, 2 and 3 bedrooms. 912-
843-2093, 777-8880. 8/12-9/2p
Gainesville, large 2 BR, 2/ BA condo
close to UF Washer/dryer included,
water included in rent, $700/month. 904-
259-3907, cell 904-521-5792.8/5-8/26p
3 BR, 2 BA triplewide on two acres, walk-
in closets, dishwasher, washer/dryer
hook-up, front and back porches, water
and sewage included, $900/month plus
security deposit. 718-8898. 8/12p
Located in Copper Creek Hills 3 BR, 2 BA
1744 SF heated and cooled with attached
two-car garage that is 410 SF Sitting on
just over a third of an acre. Fenced back-
yard with lanai, master bedroom has sit-
ting room and whirlpool tub. This lot still
has room to build on. Previously listed at
$237,500, new listing is $219,000. Please
call 904-607-8821 or 904-259-3065. Or
you can email at Caswheel@aol.com
7/29-8/19p
Large 4 BR, 2 BA house with fenced in
back yard in nice neighborhood, $950/
month, with $950 deposit. Service ani-
mals only, no smoking. 904-334-4987.
8/12-8/19p
3 BR, 2 BA new brick home on acre,
7579 Madison, $995/month, first last and
security required. 954-263-7311.
8/5-8/19p
3 BR, 2 BA house in city limits, $800/
month, first, last and $300 security. 259-
2563. 8/12tfc
Voted best apartments in Lake City,
come see why. Pools, playgrounds and
so much more. $0 down for qualified ap-
plicants. 1/1 $499, 2/2 $535, 3/2 $617,
limited time offer. Windsong 386-758-
8455. 8/5-8/19p
3 BR, 2 BA doublewide on acre, 125 S.
and Mud Lake Road. Lawn maintenance
and water softener included, $750/month,
$1050 deposit. 904-259-9066. 8/12tfc
Mobile homes for rent from $485-$525
plus deposit. Garbage, water, sewage
and lawn care included. 912-843-8165 or
904-219-2690. 8/5tfc
4 BR, 2 BA doublewide on one acre near
fairgrounds, $850/month, $850 deposit.
259-6710. 8/12-8/19p
3 BR, 11 BA house on 9th Street in Mac-
clenny, central H/A, $650/month, first,
last and $500 security deposit. Security
deposit negotiable. 904-424-1891.
8/5-8/12p
2 BR, 1 BA $300 deposit, $585/month.
259-2787. 8/12-8/19p
2 or 3 BR mobile home for rent on acre.
Service animals only, garbage pickup,
sewer, water and lawn maintenance
provided, rent $385-$550, family neigh-
borhood. 912-843-8118; 904-699-8637.
10/29tfc
3 BR, 1 BA home in the country, service
animals only $600/month, $500 deposit.
923-2191. 8/5-8/26c
3 BR, 1.75 BA house in Sanderson, cen-
tral H/A, tile floors, carpet, $625/month,
first last and $500 security deposit. Secu-
rity deposit negotiable. 904-424-1891.
8/5-8/12p
3 BR, 2 BA two acres of land in Hills of
Glen, $650/month, first last and $400
deposit. 259-7335. 8/12tfc
Two 14x70 2 BR, 2 BA mobile homes,
completely redone, whirpool bath tub,
brand new appliances, on St. Mary's
River. References. 259-6528, 424-9589.
8/12p


Homes and mobile homes for rent from
$750-850 monthly. 259-2255 or 813-
1580. 11/13tfc
3 BR, 2 BA mobile home acre yard,
catch bus on corner, $650/month, $500
deposit, references required. 259-5853.
8/12-8/19p
2 BR, 1 BA house with central H/A,
fenced yard, located in Georgia bend,
$525/month with $300 deposit. Call Rick.
904-259-6101. 8/12p
Large 2 BR, 1 BA apartment, 12 month
lease required, $700/month, $600 de-
posit. 351 N. Lowder 259-9797. 7/29tfc
3 BR, 1 BA house in Sanderson; 2 BR, 2
BA singlewide mobile home on Fred Har-
vey Road. 275-2771. 8/12-8/19p
2 BR, 1 BA apartment at 231 South Third
Street, 12 month lease $500 month, $595
rent. 259-9797. 8/12p
3 BR, 2 BA house, $700/mo. plus secu-
rity deposit; 3 BR, 2 BA MH, $500/mo.
plus deposit. 904-629-1779. 8/5tfc




2 permanent camping spots on Santa Fe
and Suwannee River point, close to boat
ramps, year round rental, $300/month
each, includes power. 259-9066.8/12tfc




Professional office for rent, Crockett
building, downtown Macclenny, off street
parking, conference room use included.
In business, first impressions are essen-
tial. Only $250 per month includes utili-
ties. Call 904-259-5361. 7/29-8/12p
Commercial space available, SR 121,
900-2700 SF, $10-$12 per square foot.
Call 259-9022. 6/24tfc
Office space, 500 SF Macclenny Av-
enue, $450 rent, $450 deposit. 259-6546.
4/15tfc
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





3 BR singlewide mobile home set up on
your land $16,900. Call Jared 904-259-
4663. jmmartin23@Yahoo.com
8/12-9/2c
Prestige Home Centers, every model
must go. Let's deal 866-605-7255.
9/10tfc
Tired of throwing money away on rent,
brand new 4 BR home delivered and set
up for $380 per month. Call Clint at 386-
752-1452. 7/22-8/15c
American best, Jacobsen, best built home
in America being sold at unbelievable dis-
count. Save $20,000 on this factory dis-
play with glamor kitchen fireplace much
more. Call 904-504-3986. 8/12-8/26c
Must sell, 2/1 singlewide set/del/AC/
skirt and step on your property for only
$17,500. Call John T. 386-344-5234.
7/22-8/15c


2011's on the way, 2010's in the way. Six
must go. 2000 SF, 4 bed for $59,900. In-
cludes free Set Up. Call Jared at 904-259-
4663. jm_martin23@yahoo.com
8/12-9/2c
Manager mistake, my manager mistake
saves you thousands on this 2011 28 x
56 3/2 ordered for customer with wrong
color vinyl siding. Need to sell this extra
house fast. Only $36,900. Call 904-504-
3986 for details. 8/12-8/26c
Liquidation sale, large selection of single-
wides starting at $9,500. Call Clint at 386-
752-1452. 7/22-8/15c
Brand new, 3 BR, 2 BA set up with new
AC, $35,900. Call Jared at 904-259-4663.
jm_martin23@yahoo.com 8/12-9/2c
Brand new 3/2 home for only $25,316.
Owner financing available. Call John 386-
344-5234. 7/22-8/15c
Unbelievable, August special, unbeliev-
able value, 2254 SF, 5 BR, 3 BA on you
land for only $19 per day. Call 904-504-
3986 for details. 8/12-8/26c
Like new 32x80, 4 BR, includes set up,
$49,900. Call Jared at 904-259-4663.
jmmartin23@yahoo.com 8/12-9/2c
Don't miss this, 28x66 4/2 with set up,
delivery AC, skirt, steps, for only $29,900.
386-344-5234. 7/22-8/15c
Family or friends buying a home, tell me
about it, earn $500. Call 904-504-3986.
7/15-8/5c
August special, just arrived, hot August
special home, 3/2 on your land for only
$399.16 per month. Call 904-504-3986
for details. 8/12-8/26c



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The University of Florida College of Medicine
Jacksonville is recruiting two Registered
Nurses in the Departmentof Pediatricsto assist
in conducting the NIH-sponsored National
Children's Study (NCS). The nurses will work
on-site and collaboratively with personnel at
the Baker County Health Department. RNs
must have prior direct pediatric or obstetric
experience and be skilled in establishing
relationships and in communicating with
families. Prior experience in clinical research
studies is preferred. These nurses will screen
and recruit women who are eligible for the
NCS and will case manage enrolled children
through 21 years of life. In order to be
considered for this position please apply on-
line at the University of Florida website www.
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Woods praised by fans Rugby: a football substitute

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Bear Woods continues to do what he does best
as he attempts to win a spot on the Atlanta Falcons
roster. Woods' enthusiasm for the game, his sense
of humor and intense style of play has won the
Macclenny native a lot of fans in the Falcon blogo-
sphere.
Rabid Falcons fans have filled up the official Fal-
con blogs with comments on Woods and his chances
of making the team. Far from just being the "white
guy with dreadlocks," the fans have recognized in
Woods a player with a love of the game who makes
the people around him play harder.
They particularly like his name. "He has one of
the coolest names ever," said Falcon mini-camp re-
porter Rick Bridges. "Bear Woods. You cannot tell
me that name doesn't bring a smile to your face."
The Falcon blogs love the fact that Woods donates
his hair to Locks of Love and that he paints his face
with eye black to more resemble his namesake.
But they are also pretty savvy football fans who
are interested in more than just appearances.
"They (the Falcons) like his versatility," one mini-
camp observer commented. "He might get an op-
portunity to play some fullback as well."
"I don't see him as being afraid to kamikaze his
head right into the pile on special teams. Guy defi-
nitely looks fearless," commented another.
The general consensus officially and from the
fans is that the recent Troy State graduate has a shot
to make the team, particularly if he has a good show-
ing on special teams during the preseason.
Special teams are where un-
drafted rookies are made or bro-
ken. Woods will also get some BAKI
time at the linebacker spot and
mention has been made of his
being a backup at middle line- F-AI
backer.
Falcon writer Daniel Cox
commented that, "Woods is
talented and displays a passion
for football. Those two things
alone could translate to being a
surprising performer on special


Rodgers

signs to

Tennessee
Former Wildcat standout
pitcher Jarrell Rodgers signed a
letter of intent on June 30 to play
baseball for the division I Uni-
versity of
Tennessee
at Martin
in the Ohio
Valley Con-
ference on
June 30.
While at
BCHS, Rod-
gers helped
lead the
Cats to the
playoffs two
years in a JarrellRodgers
row, includ-
ing a district title in 200oo6 under
former Coach John Staples.
Rodgers posted 28 career wins
as a Wildcat and was selected as
one of the top loo players in the
state in 2008, the year he gradu-
ated.
Rodgers recentlyfinished at St.
Johns River Community College
under Coach Ross Jones, leading
the team in innings pitched with
87 and earning second team all-
conference honors last season.
"He was an integral part of the
staff at St. Johns and he will be
a quality guy on the mound for
us," said Tennessee-Martin head
coach Bubba Cates. "We are ex-
pecting Jarrell to come here and
make an immediate impact. He
should come in and start for us."


PHOTOS COURTESY OF THE FALCONS
Bear Woods (left) at camp with the Atlanta Falcons.
teams for Atlanta next season. He reminds some of
a young Coy Wire in his approach to the game and
the enthusiasm with which he plays."
If he continues playing as well as he has in the
off-season, Baker County fans might have a familiar
face to root for this season.


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pro football seasons to start, you
might want to check out a little
different kind of football.
The Jacksonville Axemen
are undefeated in the American
Rugby League and will host a
playoff game at Hodges Field on
the campus of UNF August 21.
The Axemen are 6-0 in the
regular season for the second
straight year.
The Axemen have a first round
bye and are expected to play ei-
ther the New Haven Warriors or
the Connecticut Wildcats in the
second round of the playoffs.
If you've never seen a rugby
game, it's a lot more than just
football without pads and there
are similarities to the American
game. There's a lot of running
and though they pass the ball a
lot, it's by lateral passing not for-
ward passing.
There is more kicking than in
the NFL and points are scored
with drop kicks from anywhere
on the field. Teams score a six
point touchdown or "try" by run-
ning into the end zone and touch-
ing the ball down on the turf.
It is a big, rough, brutal game
played by big, rough, brutal guys.
It is a lot of fun to watch and
rather addictive. The Axemen are


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