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Title: The Baker County press
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SEnrollments & Bus Routes


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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS


81st Year, Vol. 17 Winner of 10 state awards for journalism excellence in 2009


A mail carrier's final ride home

Killed by drunk driver while wife kept dinner warm


JIM MCGAULEY I PUBLISHER
editor@bakercountypress.com
The route Gene Trail took the night
of July 31 back to his home in Fort
White was a familiar
one.
He'd driven it for nine years
after dropping off his mail
truck in Jacksonville. He'd be
enjoying a day off on Sunday
- a routine that included at-
tending services at the Lake
City Church of God with mem-
bers of his family. He loved
that church.
On this night he never made
it home.
Shortly after 8:00, Gene
was killed instantly by a drunk
driver who crossed the center
line of SR 121 near Northeast
Florida State Hospital and demol-
ished his 1998 Pontiac. The daim-
age so extensive that police who
first arrived at the scene had to
look at the front grille to determi ne
what make of car it was.
Gene Trail was the second per-
son killed in the Macclenny area by
a drunk driver in 48 hours.
His wife of 37 years, Patsy Trail,
was waiting at home that night for
Gene to pull up to the house. She
had his dinner waiting and about
9:30 she called their son Michael,
31, to say she was alarmed because
Gene hadn't come home. He was
always on time and he'd call her if
he was delayed.
"I called Michael and said may-
be he ought to go look for his Dad,"
recalled Mrs. Trail in an August 12
interview.
Michael, a cabinet maker who
lives nearby, picked up on the
anxiety in his mother's voice and


began a backwards re-trace of the route his
father would be taking that night.
He got as far as Raiford, where state
troopers were working a non-fatal accident,
also on 121. He had a pit in his stomach as
he approached them. asking if his Dad
\\as IIIloh ed.
Michael \\as relieved to learn that
\\asn't tile case.
He had no \\a\ of) klnoi\\l' ; lo\\
short-li\ied that relief \ouild be. or
lho\\ bad tmluin would d turn in the next
fe\\ ininmiteS.


"One of the troopers told me there was
another accident up near Macclenny and
he knew there was a fatality," said Michael,
also interviewed last week. "Then he told me
- it was my Dad. I'd almost come up on the
wreck myself."
The time \\as 10:-5 more than 2.5 hours
after impact. For much of that time. Gene
Trail'S bod\ la\ edged;d near the nriht front
seat of the Pontiac. covered \\lth a sheet. as
FH P troo pers collmbed and photographed the
scene. Once freed. it \\'as taken to Ga;ines ille


Developers irked by board's action


JOEL ADDINGTON
NEWS EDITOR
reporter@bakercountypress.com
For the second time in a year,
the Baker County Commission
is caught between two compa-
nies invested in Baker County
real estate.
Both Roberts Land & Timber
Investment Corp. of Lake Butler
and Dallas-based Jackson-Shaw
Co. are planning industrial park
projects on US 90 at either end
of the county.
And because of traffic con-
currency regulations that force
landowners to fund road im-
provements, rather than exist-
ing taxpayers, to handle traffic
from new development, both
companies face millions of dol-
lars in traffic mitigation costs
after the initial phases of their
projects.
Under these rules, the county
accepts traffic concurrency ap-


String of

vehicle

break-ins


fHOTO BY JOEL ADDINGTON
Jackson-Shaw's Tom Jones (left) and LaBuena Farms president Jimmy Knabb.


plications and then negotiates
agreements with landowners
that define how much devel-
opment can take place before
roads must be improved, what
improvements will be needed
and how much they'll cost.
The Baker County Commis-
sion's approval of a traffic con-
currency agreement last month
with Roberts Land & Timber
came under fire by attorneys for
Jackson-Shaw and the Knabb
family's Macclenny real estate
company, LaBuena Farms LLC,
the evening of August 16.


Jackson-Shaw has an op-
tion contract to buy about looo
acres from LaBuena Farms ad-
jacent to its planned industrial
park east of Macclenny.
The agreement with Roberts
Land & Timber will allow con-
struction of a million square
feet of industrial space near the
I-to interchange with US 90 in
Sanderson within the next five
years.
After that, the agreement
states another 9 million square
feet can be built provided an
estimated $4 million worth of


road improvements are com-
pleted or paid for at the project's
entrance to US 90.
Jackson-Shaw's attorney
Tom Ingram told commission-
ers this week his client wasn't
notified of the July 19 hearing
on the Roberts Land & Timber
project, but should've been.
"We just didn't have a shot,"
said Mr. Ingram.
At stake was the limited
amount of traffic allowed on
roadways namely US 90 and
I-to before costly improve-
ments must be made by devel-
opers.
A property and project with
an approved traffic concurrency
agreement is much more mar-
ketable than one without such
an agreement.
And by approving the deal
with Roberts Land & Timber,
the commission green-lighted
the equivalent of the Walmart
Distribution Center, but in
Sanderson.
"It's a marketing tool to help
bring jobs into the county,"
commented Jimmy Knabb,
president of LaBuena Farms,
in reference to the agreement.
"It's the same for him (Avery
Roberts, president of Roberts
Land & Timber)."
Mr. Knabb asked that com-
See page 4)


PHOTOS BY JOEL ADDINGTON
From left, James Croft, Mike Tupper and congressional hopeful Troy Stanley.


Battering boyfriends:

3 cases the past week
Boyfriends were arrested in three separate cases of domestic vio-
lence over the past week, including one who inflicted facial injuries so
severe that his live-in girlfriend was flown to Shands Jacksonville by
helicopter.
Michael Prevatt, 28, was arrested at the residence on Tall Pine Rd.
north of Macclenny that he shared with Brandy Hoffman, 27, after
Cpl. Ben Anderson arrived about 1:oo am on August 12 and found her
unconscious on the kitchen floor.
The suspect's mother Wanda, 59, called police when she awakened
to the sounds of an argument in the kitchen and saw her son striking
Ms. Hoffman repeatedly about the face as she lay on the floor.
DeputyAnderson said when he arrived he found Mr. Prevatt stand-
ing in the kitchen with a beer in his hand and yelling at the motionless
girlfriend.
Mrs. Prevatt told the officer her son grabbed her by the throat and
pinned her against the wall when she attempted to intervene.
The accused was arrested and placed in the rear of a patrol car
while police and a rescue crew tended to Ms. Hoffman. Cpl. Anderson
noted in his report that extensive swelling had already begun around
the woman's eyes and face.
The Department of Children and Families was notified because the
couple's two children, ages 3 and 6, were present at the time.
Mr. Prevatt is charged with aggravated domestic battery, a second-
degree felony, and misdemeanor domestic battery.
In other cases:
Phillip Givens, 25, of Macclenny was arrested for domestic battery
on girlfriend Amanda Marshall, 29, after a county deputy saw them
arguing loudly while he was on patrol near US 90 and South 6th St.
about 1:oo am on August 15.
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for an autopsy.
Michael called his grand-
mother Alice Parker, his moth-
er's mother who also lives near
the Trails. He told her the awful
news and asked her to go be with
his Mom until he returned to Fort
White.
"I didn't want to tell her when
I got there," said Mrs. Parker. "I
was crying and just said we need
to pray; she knew something bad
had happened and she kept ask-
ing, 'He's dead, isn't he?"'
It wasn't long before Michael
returned with a trooper and they
confirmed Patsy's worst fear.
All she could think of was she
still had Gene's dinner waiting
- keeping it warm for him.
"I was going to ride with him
that day but I stayed home and
did some baking for a church
fund raiser the next day. I would
have been with him," said Mrs.
Trail.
Gene Trail was the third victim
of an alcohol-related traffic fatal-
ity in Baker County this year.
The number of alcohol related
accidents, fatalities and DUI ar-
rests here have increased since
2005, according to records from
the Florida Highway Patrol.
Drunk driving accounted for
two deaths that year, four the fol-
lowing year and three in 2007.
Last year, the death toll stood at
six.
Arrests by FHP for DUI have
also climbed from 75 in 2005 to
93 in 2008. Baker County's al-
cohol-related crashes also grew
during that period from 31 to 44
by 2008, before falling to 37 last
year.
Alice Parker, who said last
week she's fighting hard to quell
the anger she feels about the loss
of a son-in-law she tearfully call ls
her "right-hand man," said she,
Patsy and the trooper all took to


praying that night.
"It turns out he (the trooper)
was a Baptist preacher himself
and we feel like God's hand was
there," said Mrs. Parker.
As the agonizing night wore
on into the next day, family
members converged on the Trail
residence, along with members
of their close-knit church. The
numbness gave way to making
arrangements for Gene's funer-
al.
It was held the afternoon of
August 7 and Gene was laid to
rest in Fort White Cemetery. He
was 58. He didn't drink alcohol
and had a clean driving record
with Hickman Transport of Val-
dosta.
He hauled mail from post of-
fices in Fort White, Lake Butler
and Raiford to Jacksonville and
back, and stayed in Jacksonville
during the week.
Alex Gene Trail loved to hunt
and fish, loved to tend to his flow-
ers, and his obituary describes
him as "a fun loving, easy-going
person who loved everybody and
enjoyed attending his church..."
His two sons and wife sat si-
lently, content to let Alice Parker
sum up their feelings less than a
week after the funeral.
"You just don't know what to
do. You're angry. This family's
hurting we're all hurting. He
was just too young to go at 58,"
she said.
FHP also reported this week
that DUI saturation patrols will
take place in Baker, Bradford
and Union counties every Friday
and Saturday night through labor
Day.
"We will also conduct a DUI
checkpoint in Baker County
September 3 at US 9o around
Olustee," said spokesman Lt. Bill
Leeper of Jacksonville.


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Trio of battering boyfriend cases
(From page 1 tempted to intervene, allegedly tossing an orange juice
Deputy Koty Crews also col- The girlfriend, identified as bottle at a pickup truck occupied
elected statements from two wit- Rachel Harris, no address or age by her uncle Carlton Sallie, 71,
nesses who were across the street available, left the premises while also of Sanderson.
at CVS Pharmacy and said they police were chasing down Mr. Mr. Sallie told Deputy Earl
saw Mr. Givens repeatedly strike Mette. Her condition was not Lord the niece attempted to start
Ms. Marshall with an open hand, noted. an argument over her hospital-
nush her to the ground and con- Deuty Brya summoned sized father.


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tinue striking her.
The deputy noted that Ms.
Marshall had swelling about the
throat and near her left eye. She
refused to give a statement or ac-
cept a victim's rights packet, and
walked away from the scene.
Mr. Givens also faces a felony
drug possession count for having
an Ecstasy pill in the pocket of his
shorts.
Marlin Mette, 31, of Mac-
clenny was chased down after he
ran from shortly after midnight
on August to from Mac's Liquors,
where he is accused of beating his
pregnant girlfriend.
Deputy Jason Bryan respond-
ed to a disturbance call and was
told by victim and witness Nich-
ole Shaw, 30, of Macclenny that
Mr. Mette ran from the scene
and pulled her hair when she at-


Deputy Patrick MeGauley, whose
canine Tango tracked the suspect
to a fence area near CVS, and the
second officer administered a
taser shot when Mr. Mette re-
sisted behind handcuffed.
In non-domestic incidents:
Caroline Estes of Jack-
sonville, no age indicated, was
named in a criminal complaint
August 14 for allegedly pointing
a large hunting knife at Ida Raul-
erson, 46, after pulling up to the
latter's residence on Yellow Pine
Circle near Glen St. Mary.
Ms. Raulerson told Sgt. Tony
Norman the accused came to her
house to speak to her 17-year-old
step-son and refused several re-
quests to leave.
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Ways to smooth back-to-school frenzy


JESSICA PREVATT
advertising@bakercountypress.com
August is almost as busy a
month as November and De-
cember. Back to school shop-
ping seems to consume more
time and the crowds get larger
every year. I can honestly say
this year has been worse than
others when combined with
the large workload here at The
Press. Combining election time
with class enrollments and open
houses is a nightmare.
When you combine the politi-
cians advertising with problems
getting and publishing the en-
rollments at a convenient time
for the everyone, it becomes
a migraine! Factor in parents
wanting to save money on sup-
plies during the tax-free week
and the problems multiply ex-
ponentially.
A note to the school system:
the most common complaint I
have heard is knowing who the
teachers are so the parents know
which supply list to buy. Why do
we have to have such varied list
when it comes to going back to
school? There was a time when
notebook paper, some cool fold-
ers and a Trapper Keeper got
you started. Now the list contain
items like Lysol wipes, Kleenex,
folders in a certain color etc.
For starters, I don't think the
parents should have to supply
the teachers with basic clean-
ing items or classroom supplies.
That is the school's responsibil-


ity. I don't think my mother ever
had to send chalk and erasers
with me so my teachers would
have what they need to teach!
A uniform list by grade would
save the parents and schools a
lot of headaches. I understand
that it is easier for teachers to
get organized by having a cer-
tain color folder for certain sub-
jects. So make it universal for the
whole first grade class. I applaud
the teachers for being creative
and I don't think that would
have to change. Any special re-
quest above and beyond the
standard list could be given at
open house and as long as those
extra supplies are bought within
a month of school starting, there
shouldn't be a problem.
As cheap as supplies are at
Walmart, I have a hard time
believing parents save a lot buy-
ing them during the tax-free
week. It's nice to get a jump on
it, but for me it's not worth sav-
ing at the most $5 in tax money.
In the last four years of buying
school supplies I don't think I
have ever spent more than $20
a year on pens, crayons, pencils
and notebooks the basic items
on a school supply list. Crayons
are less than a quarter a pack.
I would rather not fight the
crowds, who can be just as mean
as any Black Friday shopping
crowd, just to save the $1.40 in
taxes.
The real savings during the
tax-free days are on clothes,
shoes, backpacks and lunch


boxes. That's why I braved the
crowds Saturday and saved a
bundle, not only because of no
taxes, but the sales were great!
Another problem many par-
ents have is the inconvenience of
school open house times. They
are scheduled in the morning
and middle of the day, required
working parents to take off
work. When the open houses are
crammed into two days it results
in major problems for those with
multiple kids in different schools.
Some parents are having to take
off twice in one week or skip one
child's open house to go to an-
other. They should be scheduled
in the late afternoon or evening,
and staggered so that there is
one school per day. I know there
isn't a perfect time for everyone,


but this would greatly satisfy the
majority of parents.
A note to the parents: there
has been a lot of confusion
about when enrollments were
being published and why they
weren't in the newspaper when
you wanted them. I have been
in touch with Superintendent
Raulerson and been assured that
next year things will be different.
We will work together to get you,
the parents, the information you
need for starting school back in
one special section.
I can't wait for school to start,
just to get back into a routine, al-
though I'm sure my third grader
would enjoy a longer summer!
Jessica Prevatt is a married mother
of two and the advertising director
for The Baker County Press.


Should be unsalaried

Dear Editor:
Saturday night I attended the speaking of the candidates at the Baker
County Fairgrounds. I came away very impressed with some of the can-
didates and what their plans were for the seat that they were seeking.
Jesse Davis a candidate for school board, stated that he wasn't in the
race for the money but for his children and your children. He plans to
give his salary of around $25,000 a year back to the schools. He would
set up a trust fund for children with needs.
We have a lot of children here who can't afford what their need for
school. This would help them so much. This is a candidate after my own
heart he is putting his money where his mouth is.
I moved here in 1995 from Iowa, where all school board members
were elected but not paid a salary. Some say If you don't get paid you
won't do a good job." That's not true because Iowa has one of the top-
rated school systems in the country.
People who are willing to do the job without pay are really dedicated
and believe in what they are trying to accomplished for the good of their
county, state and nation.
Charles Prachar
Macclenny


Facebook fans

'What you had to say..:"


We asked our Facebook fans last
week, "Do you think we should contin-
ue to publish images depicting death,
destruction or other tragedies? Would
the public's interest be better served
without such images, like for instance,
those of people falling from the Twin
Towers on 9-11? Or do such images,
despite their impact to the loved ones
ofpeople depicted in the photos, serve
any purpose?" Here's what you had to
say...
Rebecca Chappel Myers: "I feel
there is nothing wrong with the im-
age that was shown. It is part of life


and it is journalism which images like
this have been shown for years from
past wars or past disasters. Why shield
people from the true happenings that
are going on in the world, life and
your society around you. You can't
hide from every event that happens
around you just because you don't like
it. No one likes death but it's a fact of
life. Maybe some person some where
will learn from this tragedy:'
I think they're all excited! I'm the
one dreading it!"
August Lourcey: "I honestly don't
think that photographs of the dead
should be published anywhere
without express warning of parental


--- LETTERTOTHE EDITOR -----


Suggests collusion


on gun range study
Dear Editor:
This letter concerns a proposed development adjacent to the Osceo-
la National Forest in Baker County for a firearms shooting range. The
company, Gateway Rifle and Gun, is attempting to relocate from Cecil
Field in Jacksonville to adjacent to the Osceola National Forest.
It will have a pistol range and a looo-yard rifle range, operating
361 days a year, 8:00 am to a half hour before sunset. Gateway has
2800 members, and plans pavilions, a clubhouse, restrooms etc.
We live in north Sanderson and our neighborhood is opposed to this
development. We are a rural community and do not desire to hear the
sound of shooting 361 days a year, all day long. The occasional shots
heard during hunting season are not a problem. The proposed range
cannot meet the Baker County noise ordinance that requires noise lev-
els not to exceed 55 decibels at the property line.
The group applied for a variance from this noise ordinance to allow
95+ decibels. They stated they could not meet the existing noise level
ordinance. We stated our opposition to this development. The land
planning board denied the group's variance request. This was a small
victory for us; the group has requested an appeal of the denial to the
Baker County Board of County Commissioners.
During the land-planning meeting, Mr. Fish, the lawyer for the de-
veloper, stated that the management of the Osceola National Forest
gave its "blessing" for the gun range project. This is our second request
to the National Park Service and under the Federal Freedom of Infor-
mation Act and Government transparency, we are requesting all docu-
ments concerning the National Park Service research of environmental
impacts, the department's approval and support of this project adjacent
to our national Lands.
We have concerns as to what scientific methods were used by the
National Park Service to give their "blessings" for a project of this mag-
nitude and adjacent to the Osceola National Forest. The project will
have a looo-yard rifle range designed with shooting (north) toward the
public National Forest. There are four wheel and vehicle access roads
and trails north of their proposed gun range. We think safety would be
an issue.
What about the destruction of wetlands? How will the noise impact
the natural inhabitants of the forest? We believe the flora and fauna
of the forest is to be responsibly and environmentally managed for the
ecosystem as well as the public's education and enjoyment. We do not
understand the criteria or impact study the National Park Service uti-
lized to approve of this project and we would appreciate an expedite
written explanation.

Burt and Cynthia Bishop
Sanderson


Qualified


roster of


candidates
Dear Editor:
Last Saturday evening, I had
the honor and duty to participate
in Baker County's candidate fo-
rum hosted by The Baker County
Press. My duty was to inform
about, and "rail against" Amend-
ment 4, otherwise know as the
Hometown Democracy Initiative,
on the ballot this November.
I urge everyone to vote no on
Amendment 4.
My wife Colleen and I were so
impressed by the caliber of the
audience and their grasp of this
hideous amendment. My three-
minute speech and subsequent
conversation was so well received
that all I can says "thanks."
During this 2010 election cy-
cle, Baker County has an unusual
problem too many impressive,
well-qualified candidates for too
few offices. Neither Colleen nor I
would know who to choose!
Chuck White
Pres./CEO
NAI Commercial Jacksonville


guidance. What if a child happened
to stumble upon it and the parents
didn't notice the picture? It could
skew a child's concept of life and death
before their parent gets a chance to
properly teach them. On top of that,
it's immensely disrespectful to the
deceased and their mourning fami-
lies. Tact, please! These photos can be
in police logs for their investigations,
not in print! 9-11 was a day in a daze,
and I'll never forget seeing the horrific
images of the dead and dying. It hu-
manized me like no other event ever
can. There is no way that printing DUI
dead can compare to that day, and it is
ludicrous to think otherwise":
Adam Carey: "Disrespecting the
families of these tragedies for no real
reason but to shock your audience into
buying a paper":
Thanks to everyone forposting their
comments. Keep them coming.


Some are


unsure of


the issues

Dear Editor:
Thank you for hosting the can-
didates' forum Saturday night.
The weather held, attendance
was good and the candidates
were energized.
Some candidates, in my opin-
ion, do not seem prepared for
the office they are seeking. Two
examples come to mind:
When asked about alco-
hol sales on Sunday, one of the
county commission candidates
refused to answer whether she
was for or against it. The other
candidates readily stated their
positions.
The reason given by this can-
didate for not answering was the
possibility of "losing votes."
During the Q and A of school
board candidates, one of them
could not answer basic ques-
tions regarding recent proposed
legislation about FCAT scores or
merit pay for teachers.
I saw television stories and
read several articles about this
subject and I'm not a teacher or
running for the school board.
This candidate also stated the
FCAT is "going away." Really?
When?
With graduation rates at 64.1
percent and a "D" rated high
school, it seems school board
candidates would be up to speed
on issues affecting teachers and
students.
If candidates can't or won't
answer tough questions or refuse
to state their positions on issues
concerning our county before
they are elected, what will it be
like after they are elected?
The primary election is August
24. It is my hope that voters will
elect candidates based on their
knowledge of the issues and their
plans to solve the problems fac-
ing our community.
Theresa Rhoden
Macclenny

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Five in custody for burglaries


Suspects wanted 'cigarette and beer' money


Five persons are said respon-
sible for a rash of at least seven
vehicle burglaries that occurred
in three neighborhoods in and
near west Macclenny during the
night August 9.
The suspects, one of them a
17-year-old male, told sheriffs
investigators they broke into cars
and trucks to get money for ciga-
rettes and beer. They spent the
cash at the Citgo station south
of Glen St. Mary on CR 125, and
some of the stolen items were re-
covered.
The burglaries took place dur-
ing the night and early morning
hours in St. Mary's Circle off US
90, River Oak Circle west of the
Little St. Mary's and on Milton-
dale Rd.
Jailed for burglary and larceny
after two of the suspects admitted
to the crimes and implicated the
others were Dakota Carter, 19, of
Sanderson, Thor Fennell, 20, of
Glen St. Mary, Joshua Lawrence,
21, of Macclenny, Lynzi Terrell,
18, of Starke and the juvenile,
who has a Macclenny address.
Chuck Brannan, chief inves-
tigator for the sheriffs depart-
ment, said foot tracks from the
property of Lawrence Burnsed off
River Oak that morning led a K-9
team from Baker Correctional to
the residence of Mr. Fennell off
Hamilton Crews Rd. It is located
west of River Oak.
The suspect was not there
when officers arrived, but they


found footprints leading up to
and inside the residence. The
suspect's mother allowed them
inside.
Mr. Burnsed reported a cell
phone, book bag, GPS system,
boots and keys missing from his
2003 Ford pickup.
Later that day, investigators
Brannan, Steve Harvey and Da-
vid Morgan questioned Mr. Fen-
nell and the juvenile, who impli-
cated the others and estimated
they may have entered up to 15
vehicles that night.
All the arrests were made that
day and the next.


Other burglaries the five are
allegedly responsible for:
A 1998 Chevrolet pickup be-
longing to Robert West in River
Oak. It was ransacked but noth-
ing was reported missing.
A 1998 Saturn belonging to
Katie Sherwood on River Oak.
Clothing, a hand bag, radio and
sun screen were taken.
A 2000 GMC pickup belong-
ing to Connie Griffis in River Oak.
Tools, sunglasses, a tool bag and
Bible were taken.
A vehicle belonging to Nikki
Staples on Azalea Dr. Sunglasses
and perfume were reported


taken, along with meat from a
freezer next door belonging to
her father Larry Thomas.
A 2007 Jeep belonging to
Sara Trawick in St. Mary's Circle.
A purse and contents including a
credit card and a digital camera
were taken, and police obtained
a surveillance tape depicting two
male suspects breaking into the
Jeep by throwing a brick through
the passenger side window.
A 2001 Chevrolet Tahoe and
1995 Chevrolet truck belonging
to Diane Marsh in River Oak. It
was ransacked but nothing was
reported missing.


Vehicles bur largies stacking up
Several vehicle burglaries were reported Baker persons seen walking in the area early the next
County during the last week, incidents that ap- morning and they denied knowledge of the theft.
peared unrelated to thefts that occurred near and in Police also looked into several cases of vandal-
Macclenny overnight on August 9. ism to vehicles, including spray painting on a 2004
Alfred Delk reported $1200 cash and a Vys- Mack truck belonging to an APAC road contractor
tar checkbook taken from his 2001 Dodge pickup and parked at Wildcat and US 90 overnight on Au-
parked off Leonard Norman Rd. between August gust 15.
8-1o. The vehicle and others are being used in the US
A shotgun and .22 rifle were taken from a 1986 90 re-surfacing project.
Chevrolet pickup belonging to Shawn Ball and That same night, a Dodge Dakota belonging
parked off Palm Rd. near Sanderson overnight on to Cherie Hedrick of Macclenny was spray painted
August 12. while parked on South 6th St.
A neighbor told police she saw a dark-colored Pansy Burnett reported the rear window of her
pickup truck driven by a male in the victim's yard 2008 Dodge van was broken out during the early
between 4:00-5:00 pm. morning hours of August lo.
Katrina and Ralph Morgan told police that jew- Neighborhood youths may be responsible for
elry, cash, prescription medicine and other items vandalism to a travel trailer belonging to Faye Griffis
were taken from their 2005 Ford pickup late on Au- and parked off C.W. Webb Rd. in Macclenny.
gust 14. It was parked near their residence off CR She reported bur marks and a broken window
122 north of Sanderson. on August 9.
Deputy Jason Bryan said he questioned several


Arrests for plan to


sell prescribed drugs
Two Maxville men were arrested and a Middleburg man was impli-
cated on multiple felony counts for obtaining prescription medication
for re-sale and possession of other controlled substances.
Bradley Griffis and Matthew Peters, both 18, were in a Honda
stopped in downtown Macclenny late on August to after making an
illegal turn from the CVS Pharmacy parking lot.
Deputy Koty Crews said Mr. Griffis, the driver, was nervous and agi-
tated while being questioned and refused to allow officers to search the
vehicle, which also contained two females.
The sheriffs department canine Tango alerted to the presence of
drugs during a subsequent "walk around" and police found a bottle
with 119 Xanax pills that they learned had been filled at CVS minutes
earlier.
They also found ten Oxycodone pills of varying doses, two Lorcet, a
pill grinder with residue, a vial with marijuana residue and a partially
smoked marijuana cigarette in a purse belonging to Jennifer Siemer-
ing, 20, of Macclenny.
Ms. Siemering told police that Paul Troxell, 28, of Middleburg,
went with her, the two male suspects and her sister to CVS, where Mr.
Troxell presented a prescription for the Xanax that was issued to his
mother. He then gave the pills to Mr. Griffis and Mr. Peters with the
understanding they would sell them for him.
Mr. Troxell left CVS in another vehicle and was named in the com-
plaint for delivering them to the others.
The Maxville men were arrested for possession of controlled sub-
stances, possession with intent to sell and possession of narcotics
equipment. Ms. Siemering was issued a verbal warning for misde-
meanor possession.
Deputy Crews also had access to a surveillance video from CVS that
recorded the transaction and a brief exchange between Mr. Troxell and
the others inside the store.


Developers irked by concurrency vote


(From page 1
missioners reconsider the deal
with Roberts Land & Timber and
split the available traffic capacity
more evenly between the two de-
velopers.
"It needs to be corrected here
tonight," he told the board.
The same evening commis-
sioners approved the deal, a
consultant who represents both
Roberts Land & Timber and
Jackson-Shaw submitted a new
traffic concurrency application
on behalf on the latter company
to the county's planning director
Ed Preston.
The director said negotiations
with the company that begin in
December 2008 had moved so
far from the terms included in
Jackson-Shaw's initial applica-
tion that a new application was
warranted.
The consultant submitting the
new application, from the Jack-
sonville engineering firm Eng-
land-Thims and Miller, didn't
notify Jackson-Shaw or Mr.
Knabb of the county's meeting
with Roberts Land & Timber, the
parties said this week.
The county didn't notify them,
either.
With respect to the available
traffic capacity, Mr. Preston said
there's enough to accommodate


Candidate

forum...

(From page 1
Candidates were quizzed on
issues like Sunday alcohol sales,
the county budget shortfall and
the controversial education re-
form measure Senate Bill 6 that
Governor Charlie Crist vetoed
this year.
Troy Stanley, who is running
for incumbent Congressman
Ander Crenshaw's District 4 seat
in the House of Representatives,
was the only candidate for state
office to attend, though all were
invited.
Supporters for and against
Amendment 4, the so-called
Hometown Democracy amend-
ment that would require elections
for comprehensive plan changes,
gave brief speeches too.
Voter James Wiggins said his
mind was made up in some races,
but the forum gave him a closer
look at candidates in the other
contests.
"It's good that you get to see
how candidates are themselves
in front of the public," he said.
The event lasted about two-
hours. Video from the forum's
Q&A session can be found at
www.bakercountypress.com.


the Sanderson project, the first
phase of the Jackson-Shaw proj-
ect, and still have capacity left
over.
A settlement agreement in
2009 between the state and the
county limits Jackson-Shaw to
no more than 2.5 million square
feet of development before it trig-
gers traffic mitigation measures
like a new interchange or devel-
oper-funded study to determine
an alternative improvement.
The limits were also included
in an ordinance last year rezon-
ing the project's roughly 750
acres from an agricultural desig-
nation to industrial and commer-
cial designations.
'Their latest application basi-
cally ignored that," Mr. Preston
said.
County attorney Terry Brown
called the situation a "fiasco" and
advised commissioners against
rescinding the earlier decision.
"You can't just change your
mind ... without legal liability,"
he said.
Mr. Brown also questioned


whether England-Thims and
Miller had a conflict of interest
in representing Roberts Land &
Timber and Jackson-Shaw at the
same time.
"I think the developers used
the same firm to save money and
it has caused a problem," he said.
"That's not the county's fault ...
Technically, you were informed.
Your agent knew what was going
on."
Commissioners said they also
believed the consultant was keep-
ing the developers up-to-date on
the progress of their traffic con-
currency applications with the
county.
The board took no action on
the matter, other than to suggest
a meeting among the develop-
ers, possibly with county officials
present, to work out a solution.
After the meeting, only two
commissioners said they would
not be willing to reconsider the
agreement with Roberts Land &
Timber.
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Mike Griffis and Gordon Crews


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said that under the right circum-
stances they would be willing to
revisit the deal.
Late last year the county
helped mediate a dispute between
the DuPont mining company and
LaBuena Farms, which leases
mineral rights in the southeast-
ern county to the company.
The disagreement involved
how soon DuPont would finish
mining the tract and release it
for future development plans.
Within a few months the parties
agreed on a date in 2018.
In other business this week,
the commission:
Agreed to hire R.W. Tobias
Inc. as the construction manager
for the rehabilitation of the for-
mer county jail adjacent to the
courthouse on 2nd Street.
Approved an three-party
agreement for medical examiner
services with the University of
Florida and Dr. William F. Ham-
ilton.


As a canddaate my qualifications are clear.
Now let's focus on the issues:
CURRICULUM
Our School District has highly qualified teachers who are
trained to meet the needs of our children.
* We must work towards allowing teachers to have more
input into developing a curriculum that meets the diverse
needs of our children.
* Allow teachers to focus on teaching to the needs of chil-
dren instead meeting the demands of a government devel-
oped test. Teach not test.
PARENTS
Education starts in the home. Our parents and grandparents
should be equipped and empowered to help our children be
the most successful.
* Transparency in government is imperative. Your school
board works for you.
* You are your child's biggest advocate. My goal is for your
child's school to always be a place where you feel welcome
and your thoughts valued.

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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS


NEW RIVER LANDFILL


Drops fee to recapture garbage


JOEL ADDINGTON
NEWS EDITOR
reporter@bakercountypress.com
The New River landfill re-
duced its tipping fee for Alachua
County the evening of August 13
as part of a three-way agreement
to return about 1000 tons of
commercial waste a week to the
facility.
The third party to the deal -
Emerald Waste Services [EWS]
- began diverting the garbage
from Alachua County's munici-
pal transfer station, where waste


Damages
The driver of a vehicle who
said he mistakenly turned into
the wrong driveway on Deerfield
Rd. early on August 13 before
damaging property had four
prior suspensions on his driver's
license.
Alexander Middleton, 23, of
Baldwin also said he intended to
contact property owner Jennie
Thomas later that day to pay for
the damage.
A witness told Deputy Matt
Sigers he saw Mr. Middleton back
a 2000 Volvo sedan into a water
pump and well, then damage a
chain link fence about 4:oo that
morning. He called police after
the Volvo drove off to a nearby
residence.
Deputy Sigers said he detect-
ed the odor of marijuana smoke
coming from the car's interior
when he questioned Mr. Middle-
ton. The driver said he overshot


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missing in


burglary
A Macclenny woman reported
to police that her Blair St. home
was broken into during a week-
long absence starting August 8.
Eloise Posey said she returned
the early afternoon of August 15
to find a window had been pried
from a rear door. She did not find
anything missing.
A neighbor told Deputy Earl
Lord she saw a white male with
blond hair on the back porch of
the residence the afternoon of
August 13.
In other reports, Denise Wed-
die of Sanderson told police on
August 13 that someone has been
removing mail from her box. She
suspects youngsters in her neigh-
borhood off Sanderson Circle.
A Macclenny man reported
on August 10 a female named
Lori Turner sent him a bogus
check for $12,500 as payment
for a truck he offered for sale on-
line.
Benjamin Harvey told Deputy
Koty Crews the woman told him
to cash the check and she would
send a tow truck for the vehicle.
She never did, and he was in-
formed by his bank the check was
no good.
A bogus $10 bill was returned
by a customer to Winn-Dixie on
August o1. The customer said
he had been given the bill at the
store as change earlier, and an-
other retail outlet subsequently
refused to accept it.


is contractually obligated for dis-
posal at New River, earlier this
year.
The executive director of the
tri-county landfill owned by Bak-
er, Bradford and Union counties,
Darrell O'Neal, estimated then
the diversion could cost New
River more than $2 million an-
nually.
New River's board of directors
consisting of two commission-
ers from each member county -
agreed last week to reduce Alach-
ua County's tipping fee by $2.35
per ton, from $31.80 to $29.45,


property,
his driveway and attempted to
turn around on Ms. Thomas'
property.
The officer also found a par-
tially smoked marijuana cigarette
on a front seat cushion in the Vol-
vo and charged Mr. Middleton
with misdemeanor possession in
addition to the license violation.
He also noted extensive dam-
age on the vehicle, including a
bullet hole on a rear panel, sev-
eral flat tires and front-end dam-
age. Deputy Sigers contacted the
owner of the Volvo in Jackson-
ville, who told him Mr. Middleton
had her permission to drive it.
Deputies the past week ar-
rested several other persons on
suspended license charges.
Deputy Shawn Bishara
learned that Clifford Burnham,
25, of Macclenny is an habitual
offender with 14 prior suspen-
sions.
He stopped the suspect the af-
ternoon of August 11 on CR 23C
after observing him make several
turns in his Isuzu without using
a signal. He issued Mr. Burnham



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However, ICBE president
Mark Van Soestbergen said the
industry consensus is that should
the legislation become law, car-
bon credits will be worth $10 or
more.
That would mean at least $2.2
million for New River.
"It's definitely a game chang-
er," he said of Cap-and-Trade.
In its letter of interest and
qualifications package submit-
ted in late May, the company
suggested marketing an option
contract on the sale of credits in
which New River would receive
an initial payment and then a


percentage of future sale pro-
ceeds, ideally when prices rise.
Tasked its engineering firm
Jones Edmunds with meeting
new greenhouse gas reporting
requirements from the Environ-
mental Protection Agency and
work associated with the second
phase of the Landfill Gas Collec-
tion system.
The cost of the work is not to
exceed $53,993.
The greenhouse gas reports
are due to the EPA by 2011.
Approved purchasing two
new articulating trucks for about
$187,000 each from Ring Pow-
er.


during the next 18 months.
Member counties pay about
$24 per ton.
The reduction will cost the
landfill about $400,000 in lost
revenue, Mr. O'Neal said.
Alachua County requested an
even lower tipping fee back in
April, but more recently came
to a contractual agreement with
EWS for the return of waste to its
transfer station, said the county's
waste management director
Thomas Keith.
EWS is the exclusive resi-
dential trash hauler in Alachua


drives off
tickets for improper turns and
faulty equipment.
Thomas Akridge, 21, no ad-
dress indicated, was found by
Deputy Chris Walker passed out
at the wheel of a 2005 Honda
parked in the lot beside Altman's
Store in Cuyler the morning of
August 15.
The officer had received a re-
port of a careless driver in a ve-
hicle matching that description,
and drove up on the Honda with
its engine running about 7:10. He
learned via computer check that
Mr. Akridge's license had three
prior suspensions and he was
restricted to driving for employ-
ment purposes only.
Deputy Patrick McGauley
said he stopped a 2010 Dodge
driven by Westley Belford, 27, of
Macclenny the evening of August
9 because several small children
were unrestrained in a rear seat.
He learned Mr. Belford has 21
prior license suspensions. As he
was taken to jail, the vehicle and
children were released into the
custody of a female passenger.


MY PERSONAL COMMITMENT TO THE CITIZENS OF
THIS GREAT COMMUNITY:
I come from a family of hard-working people ranging from pastors
and school teachers to successful businessmen, war veterans and
public servants. Work ethics, strong personal values, commitment to
GOD, FAMILY and COUNTRY are hallmarks of who we are. I sincerely
promise to bring all these hallmarks to the job as your County
Commissioner.

The previous commissioner who held this office was, by all
accounts, an outstanding commissioner. To fill this position, we as
a community must continue such excellence and not
step backwards. I am a proactive, conservative
candidate who is qualified to manage and lead the
charge for fiscal management. Allow me to put
my education, business experience and expertise 4 1,
as a Licensed Certified Public Accountant with '
a Master's Degree in Taxation to work for YOU! I ,
would greatly appreciate your vote for County
Commissioner.














IMPORTANT!
Your future on August 24 will be put in the hands of someone!
WHO? Vote for the qualified candidate.

QUALIFICATIONS:


ANALYTICAL SKILLS


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I STRONG PLATFORM


-Giddens Security's Director of Business Development
statewide
-Leads and manages 250 employees daily
-Baker County High School Honors Graduate
-Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, FSU, Magna Cum Laude
-Master's Degree in Taxation, FSU
-Chief Financial Officer for Giddens Security
-Certified Public Accountant


-Fiscal/Money Management
-Growth of Business
-Infrastructure (Roads, bridges, parks, etc.)
-Educational Opportunities
-Supports Youth Programs, Council on Aging &
Emergency Services


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County and the City of Gaines-
ville and a non-exclusive com-
mercial hauler.
Mr. Keith said agreements
with EWS and the other commer-
cial haulers establishes "contrac-
tual flow control" for the area.
He added that options for ob-
taining flow control legislatively
by ordinance will be presented
to commissioners from each
jurisdiction at a meeting set for
August 30.
Mr. O'Neal and New River's
board members have stated pre-
viously they wouldn't entertain a
tipping fee reduction unless Ala-
chua County gained control of its
waste stream.
In other business last week,
the New River board:
Selected International Car-
bon Bank and Exchange Inc.
[ICEB] of Gainesville as its bro-
ker for selling roughly 220,000
certified carbon credits.
The market for carbon credits
today is voluntary, Mr. O'Neal
said, and due to uncertainly with
federal Cap-and-Trade legisla-
tion stalled in the Senate, the
price for carbon credits is very


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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.


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Under 800 early votes cast so far

With one week left before the 2010 primary election, only about 5 percent of Baker County's registered
voters have cast ballots early at the supervisor of elections office. Early voting ends Saturday, August 21,
at 5:00 pm.Voting at the county's nine polling stations, including the elections office at 32 N. 5th St. in Mac-
clenny,will resumeTuesday at 7:00 am for the primary. Polls close at 7:00 pm.Voters will need photo ID with
a signature, or a separate signature document if the ID doesn't contain one already. Also, voters who have
moved since the last election can call the elections office at 259-6339 to verify their new polling location.The
general election is November 4.


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Sherrie Raulerson
Superintendent of Schools


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.).
Sherrie Raulerson
Superintendent of Schools
8/5-9/2
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 10 46'08: 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 property 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.


8/5-8/26


Al Fraser
Clerk of Court
Baker County, Florida
By: Tammie A. Lovingood
As Deputy Clerk


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, Turkey 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. Smith, Gregory A. Smith
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
HIGGINBOTHAM'S TOWING & RECOVERY
7611 WEST MT. VERNON
GLEN ST. MARY, FL. 32040
Phone (904) 259-4375 FAX (904) 259-6146
The following vehicle will be sold at public
auction September 3, 2010 at 10:00 am, at Hig-
ginbotham's Towing & Recovery, 7611 West Mt.
Vernon, Glen St. Mary, FL. 32040.
1999 Dodge 2 dr.
VIN #4B3AU42N2XE106097
8/19
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
The Baker County District School Board will hold the
following PUBLIC HEARING on Monday, Septem-
ber 20, 2010, in the Baker County School Board
Meeting Room located at 270 South Boulevard
East, Macclenny, Florida, beginning at 6:30 p.m.

Approval of the following School Board Policies:
2.070 Board Meetings
2.100 Program of Awards
5.130 Zero Tolerance for School Related
Crimes
5.150 Administration of Medicine
5.190 Student Records
6.242 Family and Medical Leave
6.250 Military Leave
6.660 Staff Training
8.500 Conservation of Resources
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 be-
ginning Wednesday, August 18, 2010 (8:30 a.m.
-3:00 p.m.).
Sherrie Raulerson
Superintendent of Schools
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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
8/12-8/19
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
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to a Writ of
Execution issued in the Circuit Court of Baker Coun-
ty, Florida, on the 4th day of August, 2010, in the
cause wherein, In Re: The Marriage of Luis A. Cor-
dova, III, Husband and Evangeline Cordova, Wife,
being Case No. 02-2008-DR-0251 in said Court, I,
Joey B. Dobson, as Sheriff of Baker County, Florida
have levied upon all the right, title and interest of
the party named in the Writ of Execution, Luis A.
Cordova, III, in and to the following described real
property, to-wit:
Lot 19 of "The Highlands" an unrecorded
subdivision comprising the South /2 of the
SE 4 of the NW 1 and the NE 1 of the SW
% and the NW % of the SE %, Section 12,
Township 2 South, Range 21 East, Baker
County, Florida, said Lot 19 being more
particularly described as follows:
Commence at the SW corner of the NE
% of the SW % of Section 12, Township
2 South, Range 21 East, Baker County,
Florida, and run N 88 Deg 54' 11" E,
along the South line of the NE of the
SW a distance of 30.00 ft to a point on
the E right of way line of a county graded
road; thence N 0 deg 22' 40" W along
said E right of way line, a county graded
road, 407.91 ft to a point at the intersec-
tion of said E right of way line and the N
right of way line of Pine Circle Road (a
50 ft right of way); thence N 89 deg 45'
09" E, along said N right of way line of
Pine Circle Road, 409.58 ft; thence N 0
deg 20'47" W, 386.08 ft to the POINT OF
BEGINNING; thence continue N 0 deg 20'
47" W 223.04 ft; thence N 67 deg 53'57"
E, 555.58 ft to a point on the Southwest-
erly right of way line of Pine Circle Road
(a 50 ft right of way), said point being
also on the arc of a curve concave to the
left, having a total central angle of 31 deg
04' 20" and a radius of 478.50 ft; thence
Southwesterly along the arc of said curve,
also along the Southwesterly right of way
line of Pine Circle Road, 139.86 ft; thence
S49deg24'28"W, 472.08ft, thenceS
88 deg 47'07" W, 225.65 ft to the POINT
OF BEGINNING, said lot containing 3.14
acres, more or less, and lying wholly
within the NE of the SW .

SUBJECT TO Deed of Restrictions as re-
corded in O/R Book 46, page 32 public
records of Baker County, Florida.

I shall offer this property for sale, at the front
entrance of the Baker County Courthouse, 339 E.
Macclenny Ave. in Macclenny, FL, County of Baker,
State of Florida, on September 21,2010 at the hour
of 11: 00a.m., or as soon thereafter as possible. I
will offer for sale all of the party named in the Writ
of Execution, Luis A. Cordova, III, right, title and
interest in the aforesaid real property, at public
auction and will sell the same, subject to taxes, all
prior liens, encumbrances and judgments, if any,
to the highest and best bidder for CASH IN HAND.
The proceeds to be applied as far as may beo the
payment of costs and the satisfaction of the above
described execution. (NOTE: In accordance with
the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons with
disabilities needing special accommodation to par-
ticipate in this proceeding should contact the Baker
County Sheriff's Office at (904) 259-0245 prior to
the date of the sale.)
JOEYB. DOBSON,
Sheriff of Baker County, Florida
By: Pamela L. Davis, D.S
8/19-9/9
MIRACLE AUTOMOTIVE & TOWING
10510 DUVAL LANE
MACCLENNY, FL 32063
Phone (904) 259-3513
The following vehicles will be sold at public


auction August 30, 2010 at 12:00 pm at Miracle
Automotive & Towing, 10510 Duval Lane, Mac-
clenny, FL 32063.
1993 Ford
VIN #1FMDA31XXPZC17830
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 02-2010-CA-000113

WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A.
Plaintiff,

V.
THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, GRANTEES, DEVISEES,
LIENORS, TRUSTEES, AND CREDITORS OF THAD-
DEUS E. RAYSOR, SR., DECEASED, etal.
Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, GRANTEES, DEVI-
SEES, LIENORS, TRUSTEES, AND CREDITORS OF
THADDEUS E. RAYSOR, SR., DECEASED, AND
ALL CLAIMANTS, PERSONS OR PARTIES, NATU-
RAL OR CORPORATE, AND WHOSE EXACT LEGAL
STATUS IS UNKNOWN, CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST THADDEUS E. RAYSOR, SR.,
DECEASED, OR ANY OF THE HEREIN NAMED OR
DESCRIBED DEFENDANTS OR PARTIES CLAIMING
TO HAVE ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST IN AND
TO THE PROPERTY HEREIN DESCRIBED
Current residence unknown, but whose last known
address was:
688 N 5th Street, Macclenny, FL 32063
-and-

CHRISTOPHER JAMES RAYSOR, DAVID A. RAY-
SOR, THADDEUS E. RAYSOR, JR., UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF CHRISTOPHER JAMES RAYSOR,
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF DAVID A. RAYSOR, UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF THADDEUS E. RAYSOR, JR.,
and all unknown parties claiming by, through, un-
der or against the above named Defendant(s), who
(is/are) not known to be dead or alive, whether said
unknown parties claim as heirs, devisees, grantees,
assignees, lienors, creditors, trustees, spouses, or
other claimants

Current Residence Unknown, but whose last known
address was:
688 N 5th Street, Macclenny, FL 32063
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the following property in Baker Coun-
ty, Florida, to-wit:

LOT 5, FOREST PARK SUBDIVISION, AS
PER PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 3, PAGE 62, OF THE PUBLIC RE-
CORDS OF BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA.
has been filed against you and you are required to
serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on
DOUGLAS C. ZAHM, PA., Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is 12425 28th Street North, Suite 200, St.
Petersburg, FL 33716, on or before September 13,
2010 or within thirty (30) days after the first publi-
cation of this Notice of Action, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court at 339 East Macclenny
Avenue, Macclenny, FL 32063, either before service
on Plaintiff's attorney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise, a default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint petition.
WITNESS my hand and seal of the Court on this
day of 11th day of August, 2010.

Al Fraser
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Jamie Crews
Deputy Clerk
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH
DISABILITIES ACT, PERSONS WITH DISABILI-
TIES NEEDING A SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION
TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING SHOULD
CONTACT COURT ADMINISTRATION, AT BAKER
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 339 EAST MACCLENNY
AVE., MACCLENNY, FL 32063, TELEPHONE 904-
259-8113, NOT LATER THAN (7) DAYS PRIOR TO
THE PROCEEDING. IF HEARING IMPAIRED, TDD1-
800-955-8771, OR VOICE (V) 1-800-955-8770, VIA
FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE.
8/19-8/26
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 8th JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY
CASE NO. 02-2008-CA-000195

U.S. Bank, National Association, As Trustee for the
C-BASS Mortgage Loan Asset-Backed Certificates,
Series 2006- CB8
Plaintiff,
vs.
Matthew A. Martin and Lucinda Martin, Husband
and Wife; Mortgage Electronic Registration Sys
tems, Inc. As Nominee for Ownit Mortgage Solu-
tions, Inc.; Carmel Financial Corporation; Unknown
Parties in Possession #1; Unknown Parties in Pos-
session #2; If living, and all Unknown Parties claim-
ing by, through, under and against the above named
Defendants) who are not known to be dead oralive,
whether said Unknown Parties may claim an inter-
est as Spouse, Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, or Other
Claimants
Defendants

AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order re-
scheduling foreclosure sale dated August 10, 2010
entered in Civil Case No. 2008-CA-000195 of the
Circuit Court of the 8th Judicial Circuit in and for
Baker County, Florida, wherein U.S. Bank, National
Association, as Trustee for the C-BASS Mortgage
Loan Asset-Backed Certificates, Series 2006-CB8,
Plaintiff and Matthew A. Martin and Lucinda Mar-
tin, Husband and Wife are defendantss, I will sell to
the highest and best bidder for cash, AT THE EAST
DOOR OF THE BAKER COUNT COURTHOUSE LO-
CATED AT 339 EAST MACCLENNY AVENUE, MAC-
CLENNY, BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA 11:00 A.M.
September 10, 2010, the following described prop-
erty as set forth in said Final Judgement, to-wit:
LOT 56, 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.
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.

DATED at Macclenny, Florida, this 11th day of Au-
gust, 2010.
Al Fraser
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Baker County, Florida
By: Jamie Crews
As Deputy Clerk
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4630 Woodland Corporate Blvd.
Suite 100
Tampa, FL 33614
(813) 880-8888
8/19-8/265
The 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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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS


Wanted: public input

Surveys target health, community


JOEL ADDINGTON
NEWS EDITOR
reporter@bakercountypress.com
Is Baker County a good place to grow old? Raise
kids? Start a business? Receive quality health care?
Healthy Baker Inc., a non-profit group devising
ways to improve the health of residents here, wants
the public's answers to these questions and others.
The group has teamed up with the Health Plan-
ning Council of Northeast Florida to administer
one-hour focus groups of 10 to 12 respondents.
Questions like would you participate in a fit-
ness program at your workplace if it was offered
- are also available in an online survey at www.sur-
veymonkey.com/bakercountyhealth.
The online survey and focus groups are designed
to go beyond yes or no answers. The survey in-
cludes fields for respondents to elaborate on their
answers.
The question about workplace fitness programs,
for instance, is followed by the statement, "Please
state why or why not. Please comment on what
would motivate you to participate, what might pre-
vent you from participating and whether you feel
others who work with you would participate also."
Focus groups can be scheduled by calling Jamie
Williams at the health department at 259-6291 ext.
2238.
"In partnership with the health department,
members of Healthy Baker are seeking comments
and opinions from residents that will help them
narrow down and focus on the key health issues
facing our community," explained Nikole Helvey, a
program director with the Health Planning Council.
"The comments and suggestions collected will help
to shape the future health programs and services of-
fered in the county."
The queries are grouped into three categories.
Five relate to Baker County as a community, four
concern health care here and a few more request
demographic information like the age, sex and zip
code of respondents.
The survey and focus groups have taken place in


Clay, St. Johns and Nassau counties since the spring
of 2009. The effort in Baker County will last between
six and eight months, Ms. Helvey said.
Last year the planning council developed a pa-
per survey distributed by Healthy Baker's partners
in their offices and at community events like the
county fair.
The survey yielded 186 responses showing the
health issues of most concern here were cancer,
drug and alcohol addiction, high blood pressure and
smoking.
The previous survey also asked what was needed
to make the community healthy. Respondents cited
access to quality medical care as the most critical
need, followed by access to churches, less crime and
strong family values.
"We are now working to gain more in-depth in-
formation from residents through community dis-
cussions in focus groups," said Ms. Helvey.
The Health Planning Council's director Dawn
Emerick also briefed the Baker County Commission
this week on the organization's other efforts here,
like assisting the health department with its diabe-
tes management program.
The $671,500 program covers costs for medi-
cal visits, lab tests, medication, supplies and a case
manager to 250 uninsured, low-income patients in
Baker, Bradford, Clay, Nassau and Union counties.
Each dollar spent avoids $2.32 in health care
costs, she said the evening of August 16.
"We're saving money by managing the disease
and keeping people out of the hospital," said Ms.
Emerick.
Here the program serves 37 patients for about
$123,000 a year, with the health department sup-
plying about $40,000 of the cost.
The Health Planning Council receives about
$82,000 a year from the state via hospital bed fees
in the region, which is used to secure more than $3
million from other sources.
The council is tasked by Florida statutes to facili-
tate the certificate-of-need process for new health
care facilities in northeast Florida.
For more information, visit www.hpcnef.org.


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MEET AND GREET
ADAM GIDDENS
Candidate for County Commissioner
District 4
Thursday, Aug. 19
6-8:00 pm
at Adam's Campaign Headquarters
2 East Macclenny Ave., Macclenny
(Located at the corner CR 228 & Hwy. 90)
Refreshments provided


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QUALIFIED:
Z Associates Degree Lake City Community
College, graduated Magna Cum Laude with a
4.0 GPA
Z Phi Theta Kappa Honor Fraternity
E Bachelors Degree Florida State University
Majored in Finance and Banking, minor in
Public Administration & Accounting
Z Baker County resident for 34 Years
Z FFAAlumni
Z Former Little League Coach
Z Member Taylor Church

RELIABLE AND DEPENDABLE:
Z Worked for Florida Department of Corrections
28 years as a Correctional Officer, Probation
Officer & Accountant
Z Married for 24 years to Martha Lloyd Burnett, 2
children Charlie, a freshman at Florida Gateway
College and Maranda, a first grader at Westside
Elementary
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fiscally conservative values
to positively and effectively
serve my community. With
your vote, you can be assured
I will do my very best. I
believe it is time for some
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS


Patients building bonds


Drop-in center for the mentally ill


KELLEY LANNIGAN
FEATURES
features@bakercountypress.com
Community Behavioral
Healthcare Services is a division
of Northeast Florida State Hospi-
tal and serves mentally-ill adults
in Baker County.
CBHS operates a facility called
the Drop-In Center as part of its
clinical offices on west Lowder
Street.
"The Drop-In Center serves
adults recovering from a men-
tal illness by providing a place
where they can become involved,
mainly in recreational and leisure
activities, as well as other ways,"
said director Lucia Gadsden.
Some of the additional services
the center provides are assistance
with career service needs such as
seeking employment, making
appointments and sending out
resumes. Participants have ac-
cess to computers, the Internet, a
phone and fax machine.
"That's one of the main rea-
sons people come here to the
center, to have access to the com-
puters," said Ms. Gadsden, who
provides basic computer instruc-
tion for those who need it.
The center is a main hub of vi-
tal social interaction for persons
in recovery from mental illness.
It's also a welcoming place to
pass the time while waiting for
appointments with doctors or
counselors at the adjacent CBHS
clinic.
Visitors can share a meal, work
on craft projects, read, listen to
music and participate in other
social activities, such as physical
exercise or a field trip.
"We are even getting ready to


PHOTO BY KELLEY LANNIGAN
Drop In Center director Lucia Gadsby (left) and Linda Culvyhouse work on
crafts.
hold a Wii bowling tournament doctors here (at CBHS) are really
soon," said Ms. Gadsby. 'There is good. The center and the people
a karaoke event coming up, too." here are great. It's a good thing
A dining room, kitchen and to have a place to go and some-
outdoor area for cookouts or just thing to do to get you out of the
some fresh air, complete the fa- house."
cility. The clientele who use the
Linda Culvyhouse of Macclen- Drop-In Center call each other
ny has become a regular visitor at "peers."
the Drop-In Center. She likes to Through her involvement
work at a large table that's used with the center and CBHS, Ms.
for various craft projects and was Culvyhouse has been able to par-
busy decorating on a canvas tote ticipate in a program called "Peer
bag with fabric paint. Specialist Training."
She put down her paint brush "Linda has become what we
and gestured at the group of com- call a Peer Specialist, essentially
puters nearby. a role model," said Tonia Branch,
"I was computer illiterate operations consultant manager
before I came here. Now, I have with CBHS. "Peer specialists can
my own computer at home and become certified to help assist the
that wouldn't have happened if I director in setting up and con-
hadn't had access to this place," ducting activities at the center as
said Ms. Culvyhouse. well as helping and encouraging
"I was going into Jacksonville other adults in the mental illness
for treatment but just couldn't recoveryprocess.
get the help I needed," she added. "I help Lucia with activities
"Now, I don't have to travel out and planning. I set up for arts
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take a field trip, help with social
activities, things like that," said
Linda.
According to Ms. Gadsby, peer
specialists can be even more ef-
fective in an outreach capacity
than the professional staff.
"If you are suffering from
mental illness, you often respond
better to someone who has actu-
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same issues," she said. "Being ex-
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Linda have become good friends
over the years.
"We don't have mental illness,
we live with mental illness," she
likes to say.
She is quick to point out that
mental illness is not something
that is a person's fault. They are
born that way, usually the result
of a chemical imbalance.
"Other people don't under-
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willing to give those with such
problems a chance, especially
when it comes to things like em-
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a point where they can function
much better."
Ms. Culvyhouse will soon be
helping Ms. Gadsby plan an end
of summer, pot luck dinner at the
center.
"I brought hot dogs and cole
slaw today to share with every-
one at lunch," she said. "People
like to share a meal together."
The center's pleasant din-
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and spotless, showing no sign of
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Dedicates garden tract August 6

Community garden sited near sheriff's complex


KELLEY LANNIGAN
FEATURES
features@bakercountypress.com
"This is God's project," said
Helene Guest of the Baker Coun-
ty Community Garden project
that broke ground with a ribbon-
cutting ceremony August 6.
In the planning stages since
May, the community garden
is the vision of Ms. Guest, who
spearheaded and manages the
Baker County Farmers Market.
The vegetable garden will be
located on north CR 228 adja-
cent to the Baker County Sheriffs
Complex. A cadre of volunteers,
including the Ag Center's master
gardeners, will be highly involved
in bringing the project to frui-
tion.
Funding for the first phase of
the community garden comes
from a $5,000 grant that origi-
nated through the Baker County
Health Department. There are
currently about 2 acres devoted
to the project with the possibility
of expansion in the future.
"He put this vision on the
hearts of many, but called me to
lead and coordinate the efforts,"
said Ms. Guest as she addressed
a group of citizens at the site Au-
gust 6. Among them were Judge
Joey Williams, Sheriff Joey Dob-
son, clergy, county commission-
ers and members of other local
organizations.
Initially the land for the
garden was to be donated by a
private source. When that fell
through, Ms. Guest appealed to
the county.
"My deepest thanks to the
county commissioners for help-
ing secure and clear the land,"
said Ms. Guest.
The community garden will
function to supplement the Sa-
maritan Food Bank, instruct and
support families who need to
grow supplemental food as well
as educate citizens and school
children about gardening.
"I was originally inspired by
the cooperation of local churches
to support Samaritan House food
bank," said Ms. Guest.
However, she is concerned
about the nutritional needs of
people, especially children and
the elderly.
"A lot of the donated food
is processed and prepackaged,
which is necessary for storage
purposes, but only fresh veg-
etables contain the vitamins and


minerals, the way God made
them, that we need for our bod-
ies," she said.
Gardeners will not use ma-
chines or harsh chemical fertil-
izers, and the power feeding
electric fencing will come from a
solar battery.
The first official
work day at the
garden site was last
weekend.
Blake Iverson of
Macclenny donated
the use of his draft
horse team to disc
the field in prepara-
tion for the winter
vegetables soon to
be planted.
The garden will
support raised bed
and row gardens. A
tool shed, compost
bins and fence to Brothers C
keep out deer will
shortly be in the works.
The project will tap into the
existing waterworks of the sher-
iffs complex for irrigation.
'"The Baker County extension
office has helped with soil testing
so we know exactly how we need
to prepare the land," she said.
Ms. Guest's vision for the gar-
den is a community project on
several levels. It will meet basic
food and nutrition needs, espe-
cially for needy families, educate
the public and involve coopera-
tion.


Helene Guest explains plans to the group.
She wants it to be a teaching
garden where the skills of grow-
ing food, the importance of nutri-
tion and becoming self-sufficient
can be cultivated.
"Fifty years go, out of neces-
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in the future and regenerating
these skills would be wise," said
Ms. Guest.
Brothers Jayden and Chase
Gaskins attended the ribbon
cutting with their grandmother
Christine Jones of Glen St. Mary,
a member of the project's board
of directors.
The boys couldn't resist keel-
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handful of the soil soon to be
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"I think this is an important
project for people in the commu-
nity to teach some skills many
people are forgetting or never
knew," said Ms. Jones. "And this
is a working board. If you're on it,
Ms. Guest puts you to work. You
get your hands dirty."
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I have had numerous people tell me, "If you make every decision with the children's best interest
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have seen this first hand by reading and hearing the "rubber stamp" theory. I have been painted as
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PHOTO BY KELLEY LANNIGAN
Counterclockwise from left: Campers Marydith Stidham, Damien Scalf, Andrea Clark, Haley Rogers, Miranda Tubbs, and
Dominique Nixon.


Gardening for youngsters

Ag Center hosts week-long camp


KELLEY LANNIGAN
FEATURES
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A group of very enthusiastic
Baker County youth took part in
the 2010 Junior Master Gardener
Camp held at the Ag Center Au-
gust 9-13.
Methods of plant propaga-
tion, growing vegetables and the
esthetics of making dish gardens
for beauty were but a few of the
many activities that engaged par-
ticipants during the five days of
the week long camp.
Camper Dominique Nixon
participated in the 4-H Craft
camp which took place earlier in
the summer.
When she found out about the
Jr. Master Gardener camp she
signed up immediately.
"I enjoyed the craft camp and
definitely wanted to take part in
this also," she said.
"Getting my hands dirty was
my favorite part," said Meredith
Stidham. "That and making our
bug collection."
Six campers with the help of
extension agents and adult vol-
unteers made raised gardens in
box containers measuring one
square foot, each with a different
vegetable or herb.
The campers loved show-
ing off their square foot garden,
identifying tomatoes, peppers,
rosemary, basil and other food
plants.
"We did a mulch experiment
with some control pots that con-
tained different things," said Ms.
Nixon. "Mostly we wanted to see
if they retained water or not."
"We learned about what bugs
are bad and which ones are good,"
said camper Damian Scalf.
He proudly showed off his col-
lection, which he had carefully
mounted on a styrofoam base in
a box with a protective lid.
"These large ones are carpen-
ter bees. Here's a cricket and
these are my three types of bee-
tles," he said.
A craft project called "Ancient
Pots" was a lot of fun.
Cement mixed with water and
moulded around bowls and buck-
ets resulted in some interesting
and "old looking" containers that
would be used as planters.
Campers mixed cement and
constructed their pots outdoors.
A tent over their work table
proved invaluable when rain
threatened.
"They learned that cement
must cure for a time and it was
good the tent was up," said Rene
Gore, the 4-H extension agent.
Putting together dish gardens
helped campers learn some as-
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Turning clothing into funds

For Lord's Church's youth organization


KELLEY LANNIGAN
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As the youth program director
for The Lord's Church in Taylor,
Regina Starling has a definite
passion for children. It's a dimen-
sion of her life she dearly loves.
Like many youth groups, The
Youth of Lord's Church, as its of-
ficially known, raises money to
fund its church and recreational
activities.
"Last year they held a garage
sale and donated a lot of their
own things to it," explained Ms.
Starling. "When they saw how
much people their own age need-
ed and appreciated the clothing,
they easily became committed
to making it happen as often as
possible."
The Lord's Church Youth store
was born.
Members began to collect
clothing and other merchan-
dise for resell at very reasonable
prices. They help with sorting
and pricing and volunteer in the
store as needed. The money gen-
erated from the sales funds their
programs and activities.
The youth store has become
so successful that Ms. Starling
has dedicated part of her home
in Macclenny to its purpose.
But her passion and her chari-
table spirit for youth extend even
further.
"The reality is these times are
tough economically," said Ms.
Starling. "Many families just
don't have a lot of extra money
to buy back-to-school clothes for
their kids, even at really cheap
prices. The Lord has laid it on my
heart to do my part to help them
out."
In mid-summer she had the
vision to furnish any child from
pre-K through high school two
complete outfits for school abso-
lutely free.
Last Saturday, she held her
first free school clothes giveaway
at the church youth store next to
her home on Wheeler Drive.
The event was a great success.
Another clothing giveaway is
scheduled for August 21.
"I can't tell you what being
able to do this for our Baker
County youth means to me,"
she said. "It's so important for
young people to feel good about
themselves, especially at school.
Something they feel good about
wearing goes a long way to foster
that."
From now on, Ms. Starling
says she plans to sponsor the two-
day clothing giveaway of school
clothes each year in August.
Held in a charming outdoor
setting under a huge oak tree,
the first giveaway last Saturday
gave rise to a steady flow of par-
ents and children passing among
tables and racks where clothing
was attractively displayed.
Ms. Starling worked energeti-
cally inside a small storage build-
ing sorting a large pile of jeans
and T-shirts. She periodically
dashed out to greet people walk-
ing up and directed them to areas
where they were likely to find the
sizes needed for their children.
"Infants and pre-K are here,
girl's jeans are over there, young
men's clothing is in this section,"
directed Ms. Starling. "More
girl's and teen's clothes are on
the porch."
Parents and their youngsters
actively perused the selections
of jeans, T-shirts, blouses, skirts,
dresses and shoes.
Donations, for the most part,
drive availability.


very willing for me to do this at
our home because he says he sees
how happy it makes me."
The second school clothing
giveaway is planned for from
lo:oo am to 4:00 pm Saturday
at 750 Wheeler Drive in Mac-
clenny.
Parents must bring children
with them. Clothing will not be
given without children present.
Donations are greatly appre-
ciated, especially ahead of time,
and can be left on the porch dur-
ing the week. More information
is available by calling 259-6630.
"School is a very important
part of our youngsters' lives," said
Ms. Starling. "So any donations
are welcome. It gets pretty busy
around here and a couple extra
volunteers to help that day would
be an even greater blessing!"

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"Some people are just gener-
ous. They specifically buy things
and donate them," she said.
As she planned the first give-
away, Ms. Starling kept an eye
out at other yard sales and thrift
stores for trendy clothing in good
condition for teens, like Ameri-
can Eagle and Hollister shirts.
As girls picked out jewelry,
Ms. Starling quickly replaced it
with more from bags of donated
items in her storage building.
"Girls coming here are thrilled
when they find out they can get
something pretty like a necklace


or earrings to wear with their
outfits. You just don't know what
this means to them," she said.
One young man approached,
holding a handsome pair of
leather cowboy boots.
"Do you mean I can actually
have these boots and this Ameri-
can Eagle shirt, too?" he asked.
"And it's free?"
Ms. Starling assured him it
was.
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more the Lord gives back and
blesses me in my own life," said
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THE CANDIDATE THAT YOU CAN DEPEND ON FOR FACTUAL INFORMATION

My opponent has stated if elected:
HE WILL: create a non-profit education foundation

FACT: The Baker County Education Foundation was established in 1989. A total
of $758,581.77, has been awarded to individual schools, instructional and non-
instructional employees and students to further their education.

HE WILL: Donate his salary which is roughly $25,000/year to his foundation

FACT: The EXACT salary of a Baker County School Board member is $25,230.00.

FACT: There are members of the Baker County School Board that currently con-
tribute to the foundation. Tina Fish Mobley will also contribute to the foundation.

FACT: All Baker County School district employees are given the opportunity to
contribute to the foundation.

HE WILL: Take applications from teachers for projects they would like to implement

FACT: For the past 21 years teachers have annually submitted applications to
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benefit children.

FACT: A total of $16,739.45 in classroom funded projects were awarded to teach-
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HE WILL: Select projects to fund and put his salary directly into the classroom.
FACT: A committee which is made up of business, community and education-
al representatives is approved by the foundation. This committee SELECTS the
classroom projects that are to be funded.
FACT: TINA FISH MOBLEY IS THE SCHOOL BOARD, DISTRICT 3 CANDIDATE YOU
CAN DEPEND ON FOR FACTUAL INFORMATION.
"As your School Board Member, I believe gathering FACTUAL INFORMATION on all
educational issues will allow me to make decisions that WILL BENEFIT OUR CHILDREN!"
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OBITUARIES


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AUGUST 19, 2010


CHURCH AND OBITUARY NOTICE INFORMATION CONTACT US
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Helen Lindley,
76, made quilts
Helen Esther Lindley, 76,
of Macclenny died August 14,
2010. She was born in Geneva,
New York to Glenn Albert Oliver
and Win-
ifred Galu-
sha on June
24, 1934.
Helen was a
resident of
Macclenny -,
since 1995
and a mem-
ber of First
United -
Methodist
Church of
Macclenny. Helen Lindley
She loved
singing in the choir, cooking and
bowling, and was very talented
in quilt making, sewing and
crocheting. She enjoyed help-
ing others with her talents and
often contributed her work to
the local ROTC and Boy Scouts.
She was predeceased by brother
Walter Oliver.
Survivors include sisters
Nancy Basche of Lyons, NY and
Shirley Mackey of Macclenny;
numerous nieces and nephews.
The memorial service will be
held on Thursday, August 19 at
2:00 pm at First United Meth-
odist Church in Macclenny with
Pastor Tom Pope officiating.
Ferreira Funeral Services was in
charge of arrangements.

'Lois' Lyons,
73, loved fishing
Delois "Lois" Smith Lyons,
73, a lifelong resident of Mac-
clenny, died August 14, 2010 at
St.Vincent's
Medical a.
Center. She
was born in
Macclenny
on Novem-
ber 30, 1936
to Clar-
ence Smith
and Gussie
Combs .:b
Smith. I
She was a
member of Delois Lyons
Christian
Fellowship Temple where she
enjoyed worshiping her Lord
and Savior.
Delois loved fishing, cook-
ing, cleaning, collecting porce-
lain dolls and going to auctions.
She was preceded in death by
her loving husband of 40 years
James Albert "Jimmy" Lyons.
Survivors include daughters
Joni (Edgar) Davis and Tonya
(Bruce) Canady, both of Mac-
clenny; brothers Junior (Wan-
da) Smith of Glen St. Mary and
Virgil Smith of Macclenny; be-
loved granddaughter Crystal
Canady.
The funeral service was held
August 17 at 10:3o am at her
church with pastors David and
Timmy Thomas officiating. In-
terment followed at Macedonia
Cemetery. Ferreira Funeral Ser-
vices was in charge of arrange-
ments.


Mt. Zion N.C.

Methodist Church
121 North t 259-4461
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


Carolyn Sanford,
49, loved sports
Carolyn Mae Ramsey San-
ford, 49, of Macclenny died Au-
gust 13, 2010. She was born in
Bonne Terre, Missouri to Nancy
Lea Hahn Ramsey and the late
John Harvey Ramsey on July
18, 1961. She was a resident of
Baker County since 2003 after
moving from Jacksonville. Car-
olyn enjoyed gardening, jewelry
and traveling. She was an avid
Gator and NASCAR fan and en-
joyed riding her Harley. She was
predeceased by brother Kurtis
Ramsey.
Survivors include loving hus-
band of 22 years Fred L. Sanford
Jr.; mother Nancy Lea Hahn
Ramsey; children Melissa Griffis
(Andy) Berry and Andrew San-
ford, both of Jacksonville, Fred
L. Sanford III of South Carolina;
grandson Bradley Sanford.
The funeral service was held
August 16, at 11:oo am at V.
Todd Ferreira Funeral Services
Chapel.



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



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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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
Sunday Evening Service ..... 6:00 pm
Wednesday Night.......... 7:30 pm


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Thurman Smith,
71, dies August 12
Thurman Monroe Smith, 71,
of Glen St. Mary died August 12,
2010. He was born in Webster
Springs, West Virginia to James
Arthur
Smith and
Alice Rue-
ma Greene
Smith on
July 19,
1939. He
was a resi-
dent of Bak-
er County
since 1989
and spent
most of I r
his time Thurman Smith
between
Baker County and Callahan. He
enjoyed fishing, watching wres-
tling, visiting with friends and
family and sharing the Lord's
word with people.
He was predeceased by wife
of 21 years, Sheila Smith; great-
grandson Trevor Pendleton.
Survivors include children
William (Dawn) Smith of Fer-
nandina Beach, Geneva Smith
of Yulee, James (Wendy) Smith,
Darlene (Glenn) Brewer and
Nora Odom, all of Macclenny,
Danny Hall of North Carolina,
Gordan Hall of Georgia, Veda
(Larry) Bierce of Steinhatchee
and Robin Sutton of Hilliard;
brother Roy Smith of Ohio; sis-
ter Mabel Wyatt of West Vir-
ginia; 19 grandchildren and to
great-grandchildren.
The funeral was held August
16 at 3:oo pm at Christian Fel-
lowship Temple with pastors
David Thomas, Troy Alexander
and James Beale officiating.
Ferreira Funeral Services was in
charge of arrangements.

Smaderson CNsU
Revival Center
Pastor: Harold Finley
Sunday School 10:00 am
Sunday Service 11:00 am
Sunday Evening 6:00 pm
Wednesday Service 7:30 pm
Come see the exciting things
the Lord is doing.
Corner of Sapp Rd. and CR 229

DINKINS NEW
CONC ECATIONAL
METHODIST CHURCH
CQ 127 N. of Sanderson
Sunday School 10:00 am
Sunday Porning Service 11:00 am
Sunday Night Service 0:00 pm
Wed. Night Service 7:50 pm
Pastor Allen Crews
Assistant Pastor Timothy Alford
Youth Pastor Brian Poole


Alex Trail, 58,
died in accident
Mr. Alex Gene Trail, 58, of Ft.
White died Saturday, July 31,
2010 in an automobile accident
near Macclenny. He was born in
Inverness,
Florida on
April 11,
1952 and
had lived in
Bell, Lake
City and Ft.
White, Fla.
for the past
33 years.
He worked
at General
Electric,
Gates Rub- AlexTrail
ber Com-
pany and Motec Electric in Ala-
chua, Florida before taking a job
as a truck driver for the last nine
years with Hickman Transport
of Valdosta.
Mr. Trail loved to hunt, fish
and have a garden, especially
working with flowers. He was
a fun loving, easy-going person
who loved everybody and en-
joyed attending his church, the
Lake City Church of God. Gene
was preceded in death by father
Maxie Trail and brother Charles
Trail.
Survivors include wife Patsy
E. Trail of Ft. White; sons David
(Beth) Trail of Lake City and Mi-
chael Trail of Branford; grand-
daughter Jordan Brett Trail of
Lake City; mother Maggie Trail
of Ft. White; brothers Thomas
Junior (Terri) Trail of Bell, Flor-
ida and Stanley Wayne (Linda)
Trail of Ft. White; sisters Cath-
erine Fowler of Bell, Shirley Ann
(Jon) Clemons and Glenda Faye
(Jimmy) Railey, both of High
Springs, Betty Parrish (Carl)
Godbey of Lake City; sister-in-
law Barbara Trail of Bell; nu-
merous nieces and nephews;
special aunts Lena Leggett and
Nellie Lewis both of Bell; special
uncle Aaron Leggett of Coleman,
Florida.
The funeral service was held
at 3:oo pm on August 7, at his
church with Rev. Carroll Lee
officiating and assisted by Rev.
Dewayne Bowdoin. Interment
followed at Ft. White Cemetery.
Guerry Funeral Home of Lake
City was in charge of arrange-
ments.


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In Loving Memory
of
Bobby Balkcom
1/10/1970 8/14/2006
"In the Blink of an Eye"
Most people are fortunate
- they never have the "Blink Ex-
perience," the tragic kind that is
life-altering forever.
Some once you get past the
"Blink," are closer to God. You
cling to Him and pray for peace
and ask Him to live in your
heart with you and that is the
Blessing.
But before the Blessing comes
is the devastating grief of the
tragic "Blink." No one knows
how long it will take to get from
the "Blink" to the "Blessing."
With prayer and many tears, it
will eventually happen that
"Blessing" we can't live without.
When I am at my darkest hour is
when I know my God is with me.
He sees me through to the light.
I have learned don't quit be-
lieving. Never give up, talk with
God He has the answers. I love
the verse in Phillipians 4:13 "I
can do all things through Christ
who strengthens me."
WE LOVE YOU AND PRAY FOR
YOUR SOUL,
BILL AND JANET BOGGS,
KAREN, DAVID AND FAMILY
I hope you never have 'The Blink
Experience"


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MACCLENNY
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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
S, Wed. Bible Study
2-"' 7:30 pm
t, Minister
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Cecil Home
Thanks to all


The immediate family of Cecil
Horne Sr. would like to express
its sincere appreciation to fam-
ily and friends for food, flowers,
cards and prayers during the re-
cent loss of our loved one.
Special thanks to Christian
Fellowships Temple pastors Da-
vid and Timmy Thomas, the Bak-
er County Sheriffs Department,
Baker County Fire and Rescue,
Taylor'd Barbecue and V. Todd
Ferreira Funeral Home.
With gratitude,
Rose Home and Family

Prayer summit
Prayer Summit services will be
held at Tabernacle of the Enlight-
ened Church of God in Marga-
retta August 19 and 20 beginning
at 7:30 pm. This is going to be
two nights of prayer, healing and
deliverance services. Everyone is
welcome.


Many thanks
The family of Mrs. Evelyn
Wilkerson Ellison would like to
thank family and friends for all
their calls, flowers and expres-
sions of sympathy. A special thank
you to Calvary Baptist Church
for the lovely family meal they
prepared. A special thank you to
Pastor Donnie Williams for con-
ducting our mother's service and
for his prayers with our mother
over these many years. Thank you
ladies of Calvary Baptist for the
beautiful music. Thanks to Rita
Smith for the beautiful job she
did preparing our mother's hair
and makeup. Thanks to Ferreira
Funeral Services for their caring
and attentiveness which made
this time much easier to bear.
The Wilkerson Family
Guest speaker
First Community Holiness
Church is having Elder Donald
M. Pressley of Temple Church
of God in Christ of Jacksonville
conduct services at Faith Temple
COGIC in Sanderson on August
22 at 6:30 pm.
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HOW CAN WE BALANCE GROWTH WITH CONTINUED BELT TIGHTENING?
First of all, we do not want the continued proliferation of government.
It is more profitable for growth to occur in the private sector and in the free enterprise system. An over
regulated economy has been proven by history to stifle living standards. The American spirt when loosed by
lowering taxes and minimum regulation will result in increased productivity with abundance for all. Growth is
vital catalyst and must be nurtured not penalized. Furthermore, we need to fundamentally change the way we
tax our people locally, state and federally. I support a fair tax system that will sustain services to the public. The
equality of our tax system is out of balance. Ad Valorem tax is a prime example! The number benefitting from
the number paying is disproportionate. I will look for ways to generate revenues based on consumption and
fairness rather than relying on the few. If you agree with these statements, then I am the candidate of choice!

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Heartfelt thanks
The family of Hardy Lee Harris
would like to express its thanks
for the love and kindness shown
to us during this difficult time
of the loss of our Daddy. All the
many phone calls, cards, flowers
and prayers will never be forgot-
ten. The over-abundance of food
that was brought in everyday
was so heartwarming. We knew
that Daddy had a lot of friends
but never dreamed he touched
so many lives. A special thanks to
the B.C. Sheriffs Office, the City
of Macclenny, Calvary Baptist
Church and Christian Fellowship
Temple for the meals. We will
never forget the comforting words
that were spoken by Elder David
Crawford, Rev. Tim Cheshire and
Dale Hodges Jr. We could never
begin to express how much we
appreciate and thank Macclenny
Nursing and Rehab for their lov-
ing care for Papa. Thanks to Bill
Guerry Funeral Home for the
services they provided. We have
comfort in knowing that Papa is
home at last to perfect peace and
with no more pain.
Thankyou,
Vallie Harris, Children and
Grandchildren


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Sunday Worship
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WHO I AM:
I grew up on the St. Mary's River. Fishing and hunting are a way
of life with me! I am an avid outdoorsman and member of the
NRA. My parents are Darrell, a businessman, and Martha Anne,
a retired teacher. My sister is Ashley Giddens Potts, musician
and pastor's wife. I am proud to be deeply rooted with four gen-
erations of family roots in Baker County. I own my home in Cop-
per Creek Hills. I'm a Christian and a member of First Assembly
where I play guitar on the Praise Team.
Avid hunter
EDUCATION:
-Baker County High School honor graduate
-Associate of Arts Degree from University of North Florida
-Florida State University graduate receiving:
Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, Magna Cum Laude
Master's Degree in Taxation
-Taught undergraduate courses in Accounting at FSU
-Licensed Certified Public Accountant.

Avid fisherman WORK BACKGROUND:
-Certified Public Accountant with Wilson and Johns, P. A.
-Currently, Chief Financial Officer of Giddens Security Corpora-
tion where I have business experience dealing with county gov-
ernments statewide.
Many Baker Countians are employed in our workforce of over
250.

STRONG PLATFORM:
Fiscal Management I will apply fiscal expertise in managing the
Adam &his fiancee Sarah county's $30 million budget, and will work with state and federal
entities towards acquiring funding for our county.
Growth of Business- I WILL
work with the Chamber of Commerce and others to attract private
and public sector businesses that provide jobs and sources of revenue
for the county's spending.
work to attract businesses that will provide activities for our youth.
continue to improve upon our senior citizen facilities.
Infrastructure-I will work to maintain and improve roads, bridg-
es, parks, etc., and building for our future needs.
Educational Opportunities- I will work with our school system
Adamatwork leadership to continue improving upon educational opportuni-
ties for our children.
Supports- Youth programs, Council on Aging and emergency services.

QUALIFIED CANDIDATE:
From FSU Professor Dr. Rhoda Icerman, August 4, 2010, "Macclenny will be very fortu-
nate to have someone with your knowledge and talents as county commissioner!"

I want Baker County to be an even better place to live, and for our government to be effec-
tive, efficient, and proactive. I would consider it an honor to serve as your County Commis-
sioner, and will put my business experience, education, analytical skills, and knowledge of
tax laws as a Certified Public Accountant to work for YOU in these tough economic times!
As you assess the candidates, decide who is the most qualified to earn your tax dollars as
County Commissioner.
Your vote would be greatly appreciated!
"Building for the future of Baker County"
Email me: Adam@AdamGiddens.com Call me: 219-3287
Check me out at adamgiddens.com
Meet me Thursday, August 19 from 6-8 at my campaign headquarters,
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School enrollments
Macclenny Elementary School
First Grade:
BURNSED: April Allgeyer, Aurora Balas-Williams, Molly Barlow, Jacob Barton, Ab-
agail Bennett, Trinity Carter, Jaden Clayton, David Crowell, Jamil Jones, Mackenzie
Norrell, Nathan Parish, Justin Raulerson, Noah Ray, Grayland Stalnaker,Jesslyn Wall-
stedt, Hayden Williams, Robert Wood
HALLER: Samantha Anderson, Shailee Curbow, Gaberiel Danko, Zayne Eddins, Kale
Gibson, Jacob Gipson, Mariyah Graham, Emily Harvey, Collyn Laforge, Robert Lee,
Matthew Lucas, Gage Mann, Abril Nolasco, Easton Stevens, Carlie Tetstone,Jordan
Walker, Xzion Wilcox
DAVIS: Addison Coleman, Isabella Evans, Khia Gordon, Michael Hamilton, D.J.
Hayes, Gabe Lewis, Anautica McKellum, Casi Miller, Kayla Moring, Harley Morris,
Kyle Nowlen, Tanner Rafuse, Ethan Rowe, Rebecca Theus, Myarion Tisdale, Jordan
Tucker, CobyWilkerson
GRIFFIN: Dayci Adkins, Mady-Belle Ash, Mitchell Blackburn, Karsyn Crews, Dakota
Dicks, Mitchell Doyle, Devin Gill, Conner Gipson, Tia Hammock, Cassidy Kittrell,
Jewel Kreutz, Sierra Lauramore, Amelia Long,Tyce Moore, Brooke Mosley, Isabella
Mosley, Hannah Paxton, Savannah Powell
HEBB: A. J. Boyd, Abigail Busbee, Hunter Cain, Dezerae Eaton,Timothy Finley, Con-
ner Gray, Ben Johnson, Joshua Johnson, Gracie Karpf, Jase Knabb, Sydney Knight-
Harden, Kiya Laforge, Michaela Lyons, Johnny Padgett, Savannah Tidwell, Shelby
Turrentine, Kayleigh Wasson
JONES: Colin Alligood, Tresaun Butler, Logan Carter, Ethan Crawford, Naim
Elhasan, Ansley Hodges, Kaylee Levister, James Lewis, Jadyn Manning, Bailey Mer-
rett,Tera Morefield, Amari Myers,Tuff Sands, Cameron Sharp, Sean Sitz, KylerWilk-
erson, Kyle Winnick, Allie Young
KOOCH: Taryn Bolt, Chloe Clevenger, Lauren Cox, Dalton Crawford, JaVonta Elliott,
Zachary Gainey, Cooper Griffis, Serenity Jackson, Brent Jordan, Megan McLarty,
Timothy Mette,Wyatt Moore, Barbaralyn Mulligan,Tyler Parrish, Parker Prevatt, Gw-
yndolyn Rogers, Thorne Vaughn
LOUGH: Cade Adams, Jillian Barnett, Kendall Barton, Alaina Bijeaux, Kelsey Craig,
Kelsey Crews, Zandalee Daniels, Ronnie Ellis, Preston Griggs, Emily Griffin, Brook-
lyn Kennedy, Alexa Raulerson, Kaleb Sowell, Aliyah Tannenbaum, Chance Taylor,
Makayla Taylor, Ethan Wilford, Larkin Wilkerson
MCCART: Jonathan Barnes, Kadence Beckom, Mackenzie Crews, Joseph Curry,
Audrey England, Reagan Gipson, Kelly Harris, Anna Hicks, Brantley Jones, Kimberly
Lepper, Blayne Nielsen, Sean Strickland, Marcus Thomas, lyaa Tisdale, Angelina
Troshyna, BryarWalker, Mackensey Wilkes
J. MITCHELL: Kayla Brown, Logan Crews, Doc Digsby, Corey Grant, Briar Harvey,
Kayla Hunter, Rylan Johns, Braeden Lancley, Dillan Mathews, Ronald Mosley, Maria
O'Quinn, Trinity Pickett, Hailey Poturich, Courtney Rhoden, Albino Simon-Jose,
Christopher Simons, Jadyn Starling, Paige Yonn
R. MITCHELL: Conner Altman, Aakiem Brown, Cameryn Cales, Landon Cates, Brady
Chauncey,Travis Cole, Clare Coleman, Jacob Jensen, Cassidy Kirk, Hannah Rhoden,
Samuel Scott, Jah-hani Shuler, Skye Bradley, KalebTroestler, Anna Weber, Carrie We-
ber, Ellie Weber, Aleeyah Whitsett
SCOTT: Antonio Angelo, Ethan Dugger, Kyra Gray, Baleigh Harris, Cameron John-
son, Leila Johnson, Mashayla Lee, David J McKire, Nathan Mixon, Dalton Reeder,Jor-
dan Roberts, Gracie Rhoden, Dallas Street, Morgan Teeter, Tiffany Thomas, Joseph
Wilkerson, Sabrina Wilkerson
SHARP: Jason Amerson, Bailee Carrasco, Raeleigh Castillo, Craig Collins, Emma
Cooper, Hannah Davis,Jacob Dykes, Sheridan Farnham, Perla Garcia,Tracy Hartzog,
Elizabeth Hernandez,Jyrel Jefferson, Mason Manning, Joshua Mette, Savannah Pel-
frey, ColeTaylor,Joel Vorhees
WEST: Jaquan Akins, Colton Bennett, Trace Canaday, William Canaday, Michael
Combs, Abby Courson, Logan Craig, Alejandro Garcia, Connor Green, Emma Harrell,
Prophet Jefferson, Jordan Long, Emily Mangiafico, Tarek Manning-Givens, Savan-
nah Randall, Cheyanne Reddel, Cassie Shell, Racheal Wilkerson
Second Grade:
ANDERSON: Destiny Bolt, Mallory Burnsed, Cameron Carroll, Adam Christmas,
Gabby Coffin, Jacob Crews, Summer Davis, Sierra Edwards, Hunter Howard, An-
thony Howell, Nykee Johnson, Gavin Neibauer-Brown,Tyler Owens, Wesley Staggs,
Lexis Starling, Kaleigh White, Richard Wilson
BREWIN: Hannah Aldridge, Mikiya Asato, Erica Carver, Destiny Chandler, Stormy
Christmas, Da'lon Galloway, Kamden Gearhart, Jonathan Hodges, Jesslynn Martin,
Erica Mixon, Gavin Moody, Kaylie Padgett, Grace Pruett, Jonathan Raulerson, Au-
drey Rhoden, Justin Smith, Dawson Tetstone, Kiley Thrift
FITZWATER: Clark Bryant, Bryce Crews, Ross Crummey, Ella Dunn, Andrew Glover,
Tamyra Givens, Zoe Harrington, Jadyn Harris, Katynn Hunt, Jameka Jones, Travis
Krauss, Vincent Luciano, Grayson McCollum, Bryn Padgett, Demi Raulerson, Tyson
True, Alexis Turner, Soleil White
GORDON: Melissa Anderson, Justin Barton, John Bijeaux, Carson Boatright, Kaya-
na Church, Hope Green,Waylon Hannah, Dylan Long,Ti'on Looney, Mikah McFarlin,
Cheyenne Morris, Renee Mounteer, Annabell Nowlen, Caleb Setzer, Gabriela Stuhr,
TracyThomas
HARVEY: Tyler Barwick, Ethan Collins, Camron Crawford, Carson Crawford, Parker
Ferry, Hadyn Finley, Amanda Flakowicz, Mya Harrington, Raechel Henderson, Abby
Hodges, Dillon Laforge, Savannah Lee, Drew Morgan,Travis Roberts, Ryan Romeo,
Emily Schatz, Dallen Starling, Alyssa Taylor
HURST: Garrett Baskin, Madison Baxter, Geneva Beck, William Bennett, Rebecca
Bury, Jamarian Byrd, Chayse Card, Hayden Carter, Kaitleigh Combs, Dalton Crews,
Nikki Cruz, Josey Hammock, Emma Lopez, Quinton McCaskill, Darrayan Muldrew,
John Norman, Makenzi Scott, Harold Sharp
SABAKA: Ty Adcock, Colten Anderson, Shay Bennett, Javin Burks, Joshua Dialo,
Ja'Quez Elliott, Jeremy Hart, David Hill, Abbigail Karpf, Maria Macias, Chandler Mar-
tin, Thai-son Nguyen, Mikell Smart, Clayton Thomas, Kyle Voytko, Caleb Whiting,
Hala Williams
A. TAYLOR: Wendy Bryan, Kierra Combs, Breanna Cranford, Kaitlynn Daniels, Ben-
jamin Dugan, Lauren Fiser, Reagan Griffis, Aislinn Henry, Zoe Himmelhaver, River
Jordan, Kannyn Knabb, Larissa McCawley, Connor Moore, Matthew North, Breanna
Norton, Launa Parker, Allyson Pepple, Jenna Venturelli
L.TAYLOR: Robert Allgeyer, Emmalee Berry, Makayla Byrd, Bryson Cannon, Chase
Carroll, Jeremy Combs, Shaylee Grovo, Kylah Hall, Destiny Hardin, Maria Jackson,
Peyton Lewis, Amber Musgrove, Gabriel Rouse, Michael Taylor, Karisa Thrift, Georgia
Weeks, Jacob Wood
THRUSH: Jasmine Addison, David Bell, Justin Brown, Austin Bryant, Garrett Cain,
Lane Carter, Michael Cody, Dylan Curry, Samantha Dillard, Omaria Lee, Jennifer
Martin, William Roach, Noah Speaks, Tracy Thomas, Blake Walker, Miyanni Wilcox,
Savanna Wolffis, Ashley Wynne
WIGNALL: Sarah Burnsed, Mason Davis, Emma Dietz, Eric Godwin, Ashton Haller,
Joel Harrell, Kevin John Harris, Charles Highsmith, Logan Kemp, Toby Kinghorn,
Kovaris Larry, Layne Nipper, Shanna Robinson, Logan Tyson, Cassie Waters, Jacob
Williams
Third Grade:
BLANKENSHIP: Dale Anderson, Lucas Cox, Mackenzie Gipson, Mika Gray, Jacobee
Holland, Tony Holland, Leah Lovingood, Taylor McDowell, Hunter Mulligan, Javen
Nicholas, A. J. Norman, Elizabeth Reyes, Cheyanna Wheeler, Jon White, Henry Wilk-

CUMPSTON: Corey Arnold, Cassidy Boatright, Jacob Edwards, Jason Freeman,
Caleb Hayden, Mackenzie Hires, Peyton Holland, Gabrielle Howie, Amanda Johns,
Jacob Keller, James Kelly, Megan Lightsey, Jhamal Paskel, Lillian Reddel, Breanna
Roberts, Cameron Scott, Donald Self, SkylarWilkerson
DORMAN: Branden Bradley, Lauren Curry, Garrett Fauble, Macey Fox, Marius
Graham, Madison Herring, Alvin Hill, Jason Holland, Brody Lee, Ivy Morgan, Hope
Raulerson, Destiney Reed, Chase Sands, Shelby Schoolcraft, Austin Smola, William
Taylor, Ariel Weddle, Trey Wilkerson
GODWIN: Michael Asato, Krystyn Boston, Daniel Christ, Matthew Crews, Anthony
Flynn, Cheyenne Gregory, Taylor Griffis, Brooke Guilianti, Christopher Hakes, John
Holton, Noah Howell, Derrick Hudson, Marshall Kimble, Jasmine Lambert, Johnaria
Surrency, Hannah Thick, Brianna Thornton, Ansley Young
JACKSON: Kristopher Angelo, Summer Bates, Tyler Burnsed, Joel Griffis, Maha-
gunee Hollings, Weston Johns, Madeline Johnson, Jag Knabb, Emily Lee, Michael
Michell, Gunner Reed, Savannah Smith, Kelly Thompson, Brianna Walton, Isaiah
Whatley, James W Wiggins, Michael Wilkerson
RAMBO: Cason Adams, David Barton, Evan Baskin, Joe Bennett, Jessilyn Carter,
Devon Giddens, Charity Green,Tiana Keen, Gage Long, Selena Love, Brianna Midy-
ette, Brooklyn Midyette, Nolen Mixon, Steven Padgett, Skye Powell, Alexus Schlar-
baum, Frezell Rowe, Skylar Stanford
RENTZ: Zachary Auger, Kylie Bonds, Emmalee Campbell, Jacob Carver, Kyler Crews,
Caleb Farnham, Maci Fisher, Ryan Hall,Teddy Hammock,Tyler Hardin, Kalea Higgin-
botham, Griffin Hodges, David Johns, Brandon Kazmierczak, Nicholas Melvin, Seth
North, Samantha Ortiz, Cheyenne Thrift
SULLIVAN: Caleb Combs, Amanda Cruz, Kayla Daniels, Michael Donnelly, Abree
Ellis, Austyn Johnson, Angelo Kirt, Matthew Lucas, Dillon Martin, Brandi McLarty,


Bayley McRae, Dylan Mobley, O'Zion Moore, Raechellyn Nunley, Lane Rewis, Con-
nor Ricchiuto, James Smith, Sydney Woolery
WOODS: Caroline Barber, Madison Folsom, Ja'Quez Jackson, Robert Johnson,
Daniel Kerr, Annalee Kick, Stephon Larry, Andrew Makauskas, Taytum McDowell,
Lindsay Rhoden, Kasie Murphy, Maci Rhoden, Macy Rowe, Aaron Starling, Michael
Sznakowski, Mackenzie Timmons, Brett True, Michael Worten







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Westside Elementary
School
First Grade:
J BRYANT: Kayla Collins, Trenton Crawford,
Jesse Hobbs, Sydney Johnson, Nikky Mar-
tin, Shane Morris, Hunter Nordstrom, Brook-
cey Padgett, Haley Ritter, Camilo Rollins,
Adreonna Schutz, Chelsea Spires, Steven
Stewart, Iverson Tisdale, Chase Tyson, Keith
Waters, Cally Whitehead, Channing Zellner.
K BUTLER: Jalea Baez, Kayla Brown, Jack-
son Byrd, Jaden Clayton, Dalton Cushman,
Chase Frailey, Colton Herb, Caleb Hodges,
Dalton Jones, Destiny Langston, Brooklyn
Manucy,Alexis Page, Camerion Paige,Jacob
Raulerson, Megan Sullivan, Haley Swindell,
Hayden Williams, Sarah Wilson
M CONNER: Chloe Baldwyn, Morgan Barber,
Jesslyn Barnwell, Catherine "Bayleigh" Britt,
Kyleigh Crews, Stacee Duffey, Billy Elledge,
Kaleb Gammons, Neal Geiger, Erica Har-
ris, Emma Pearson, Michael Prevatt, Ethan
Reneau, Hope Roberson, Hayden Stearns,
Trenton Thornton, Ivan Tisdale, Brittney
Wilcutts
H CREWS: Jaylynn Brogdon, Maranda Bur-
nett, William "Zak" Carpenter, Max Geiger,
Trenton Gray, Timothy Hance, Carly Hefty,
Gabrielle Midyette, Caitlin Nelson, Ronnie
Padgett, Nathan Raulerson, Jaymodd Ruise,
Kaiden Sherman, Summer "Alexis" Sigers,
Shawnaisha Thomas, Micah Tuten, Amber
Williams, Zoie Young
C GREENWOOD: Lili Adams, Conner Bras-
sart, Emily "Layne" Britt, Brooklyn Canaday,
Chandler Crawford, Dalton Crawford, Jerry
"Trey" Davis, Kassie Davis, Danisha Jones,
Madison Lagle, Tayleigh Lauramore, Karl
Mack, Kasey Manley, Hannah Paxton, Kate-
lyn Rentz, Tyra Tisdale, Devan VanVactor,
Colson Wilkerson
C HART: Maisie Abbott, Jamarian Baker,
Carey "Bryson" Burkhalter, Colton Clardy,
Joshua Cronon, Jada Donaldson, Garrett Ev-
ans, Josie Jacobs, Gracie Ket, Emma Knight,
Chloe Lamb, Leland Nettles, Ashlynn
Richendollar, Hance Sweat, Sean Tillis, Jada
Touchton, Richard Williams
M McDONALD: Logan Andrews, Jacob
Baughman, Haydon Bridges, Leah Cales,
Robert Coger, Alexis Combs, Christopher
Corbitt, Alyssa Dunham, Camron Givens,
Destani Hayward, Mackenzie Honea, Dam-
area Lee, Audrey Long, Jayden Matthews,
Lance Padgett, Lily Stockton, Daiten Swind-
ell, Michael Tate
K MURPHY: Mattie Ball, Kayleigh Bryant,
Lainna Burnett, Zachary Butler, Elizabeth
Clines, Raymond Clines, Zaria Cooper, Chase
Crews, Macy Gullion,Tyrenan Hale, Hannah
Hanks, Jalynn Harvey, Auyiah Lee, John
Rayn Prosch, Kaylee Rodgers, Sha'hanna
Ruise, Tia Ruise, Alex Stokes
T RENSHAW: Breanna Alford, Nadia
Burnsed, Anthony Chapman, Hamp Craft,
Lexie Crawford, Deyton Dube, Haley Har-
ris, Jesse Harter, Bagheera Jones, Kaycee
McDowell, Ron McElroy, Jason Morgan, Bry-
anna Perozo, Lynsay Rewis, Savanna "Gracie"
Rogers, James Thompson, Zaya Thompson,
Faith Yale
T ROACH: Kristen Brunette, Jo'noah Cason,
Joseph Cercy, Elery Creekmore, Ashlyn
Gunter, Weston Gurganious, Chloe Hauge,
Ethan Johnson, Diane Morris, Maylee Par-
ish, Rheagan Patterson, Jeffrey Perryman,
Anthony Phillips, Jeremiah Robinson, Colby
Sutton, Caleb Woods, Austin Yourston
K SHERIDAN: William Allgeyer, Angelleta
Alonso, Rylee Carter, Elijah Davis, Shelby
Farley, Brea Gentry, Joseph Gray, Jesse
Hefty, Savana Holton, Angelina Hunter, Lex
"Robert"Jones, Baleigh Lewis, Alan Norman,


Michael "Alex" Norris, Jaylen Robinson, Doc
Theophile, Daniel Westinghouse
M THOMAS: Harper Archambault, Elysa
Baumgardener, George Barton, John Mi-
chael Cannon, Diamond Combs, Justin Da-
vis, Chloe Dube, Dylen Goldsmith, Isabella
Gray, Jaylin Maiden, Hayley McCoy, Peyton
Olive, Breanna Peacock, Kaylee Rogers,
Branson Self, EmilyThornton, Hunter White-
head
A TRIMM: Christina Branch, George Cana-
day, Cody Culbreth, Zaccaria Francis, Karson
Gammons, Wyatt Gilbert, Kayla Harrington,
John "Ashton" Holloman, Megan Oldham,
Teagan Rhoden, Chase Smith, Alaina Suppa,
EmilyTanner,Tiequan Thomas, Frashaundra
Williams, Katelynn Wood
Second Grade:
A CALLAHAN: Madyson Beasley, Jacob
Breese, Reighnah Collins, William Daniel,
Valencia Farmer, Matthew Fraze, Morgan
Griffis, Rachel Hefty, Emily Hilliard, Gavin
Johnson, Titus Martin, Isabelle Morales, Lil-
lia Munn, Destiny Ruise, Dylan Schlarbaum,
Kristina Smith, Conner South, Ty'Quan Tis-
dale
D CREWS: Carley Baxley, Derek Brown,
Christopher Burger, Parker Cason, Pedro
Cruz, Ella Glenn, Austin Godwin,Jayci Griffis,
Ethan Hardenbrook, Carlos Jefferson, Den-
zel Jefferson, Shandria Jones, Allie Lowery,
Mary Merkle, Reygen Paige, Thomas Rowe,
Benjamin Smith, Khia Walding
K DAVIS: Trinity Armstrong, Isaiah Bateman,
Trenton Burnsed, Chelsey Campbell, Cara-
mie Crews, Luis"Cito" Escobar, Joey Farmer,
Siani Jefferson, Emily Jewell, Pierce Kirkland,
Cassidy Manucy, Cason Milton, Trever Nor-
man, Martez Ruise, Morgan Ruise, Luke Slat-
tery, Taylor Slattery, Payton Touchton
J DUVAL: Kody Butcher, Ben Callahan, Dal-
ton Chancey, Emily Davis, Keira Godbold,
William Green,Caiden Hodges,Will Johnson,
Hannah Johnston, Caleb Jones, Braeden
Knight, Blakely Mallory, Tami Mann, Alayna
Markley, Morgan Morrow, Nicholas Taylor,
Ira Walker, Logan Wright
A ELLEDGE: Ryleigh Burnsed, Kyjuan
Chrome, Emily Conner, Taylor Crews, Megan
Dodd, Selena Girardo, Peyton Green, Brian-
na Griffis, Daeshawn Larry, Jacob "Tanner"
Matthews, Morgan Padgett, Indya Peden,
Daniel Robinson, Charles Siemering, Gerald
Starling, Shakoya Tisdale, William Waters
S FOLSOM: Cason Combs, Austin Craig,
Brianna Davis, Hayley Harrell, Aiya Jackson,
Grace Johnson, Hannah Kerce, Kaylee Long,
ZaneMobley,John Passmore, Blake Rhoden,
Michael Rhodes, Autumn Simpson, Joseph
Stafford, George Stewart, Taylor "Whitney"
Suggs, Alexus Uribe-Liston
J GONZALEZ: Dustin Burnsed, Maleigh
Combs, Cheyenne Croft, Brenton Davis,
Monte Ellis, Amia Everett, Alexia Harden-
brook, Ryne Jacobs, Braxton O'Hara, Pierce
Parker, Makensie Parmeley, Ashley Perry-
man, Tyler Richardson, Madison Robson,
Christopher Schlarbaum, Seth Scott
V HURST: Peyton Burnsed, Elizabeth Crews,
Wyatt Crockett, Sakinah Farmer, Kelsey
Godwin, Dustin Guernsey, Hailey Hodgson,
Isaiah Jennings, Cierra Keener, Eden Law-
son, Kevin Manley, Dalton "Trace" Ploucher,
Aubrey Rich, Wintae Ruise, Glenn Watts, Ad-
die Williams, Adam Wright
H JACOBS: Kelton Chambers, Andrea Chap-
man, Delanie Crews, Kobe Daniels, Dylan
Davis, Chase Gaskins, Ragene Givens, An-
drew Gregory, Rylan Griffis, Emma Hauge,
Jayla Joyner, Daisy Lauramore, Eric Laura-
more, Destiny Padgett, Hannah Peterson,
Dawson Sealey, Markayla Taylor
J JAMES: Layla Amerson, Alyssa Baker, Gra-
cie Berry, Steven Clark, JaQwan Davis, Kai-


tlyn Davis, Toby Fryer, Damontae Gibson,
Mariah Green, Ty'Leena Jefferson, Alonza
Lauramore, Princess Linton, Raymond Luke,
Dalton MacDonald, Justin Matelsky, Timo-
thy Seymour, Peighton Smith
L NUNN: Cassie Bailey, Mason Caudill,
Khai Chrome, Marah Davis, Emily Eldridge,
Brady Finley, Jadie Fletcher, Jessie Fletcher,
Kara Fletcher, Brayden Jackson, Cayden
Lauramore, Brooklyn Matelsky, Brooklyn
McSwain, Nadleigh Norman, Tyler Roberts,
Dezmond Ruise, Aliyah Sonzini-D'Aguiar
R STAFFORD: Darrell"Bradley" Bell, Makayla
Bennett, Vissie Brown, Ansley Crews, James
Ferguson, Trent Fischer, Kai'wuan Givens,
Kennady Godwin, Carlos Grissett, Trey Har-
vey, Jordan Johnson, Alayna "Nina" Ledford,
Kaleb Lewis, Sarah Beth Murphree, Korie
Novaton, Hunter Swindell, Nathan Touch-
ton, Katlynn Ward
Third Grade:
TBINN: Rebekalyn Barber, Sarah Blackburn,
Taylor Cercy, Kameron Crews, Isaac Estep,
Andrew Guajardo, Mirissa Harvey, Austin Ja-
cobs, Jada Jones, Stetson Keene, Sierra Mc-
Cauley, Brooke Noblitt, Jaquan Paige, Rae-
gan Register, Amber Reneau, Jace Stokes,
Davon Woolf
R CREWS: Ethan Arnold, Houston Ben-
nett, Marissa Brown, Zachary Carter, Wyatt
Elledge, Javon Farmer, Sara Green, Tory
Haines, Dustin Hamilton, Alle Home, Karli
Johnson, Kelsey Norman, Alexis O'Hara,
Thomas Perozo, Wyatt Perry, Kyle Rhoden,
Amber Swindell, Logan Thornton
D FRONTZ: Dorothy Brockington, Tripp
Carrington, Tyler Carrington, Chani Clark,
Alexis Fennell, Chase Griffis, Dalton Guern-
sey, Kalista Johnson, Logan McDermitt, Al-
lison Robson, Reyna Roland, Weston Sands,
Christina Slater, Trent Sparkman, Joseph
Stafford, Cassie Turner, Hannah Walton
J GRAY: Mason Adkison, Jagger Crews, Ger-
ald Davis, Jordyn Defee, Taylor Dyal, Eliza-
beth Evans, Jaylen Farmer, Lyndi Johnson,
Billy Martin, Daytrell Paige, Thomas Rainey,
Ashton Robinson, Shelby Rowe, Carole
Spivey, Bryson Spurlock, Rikkia Tisdale
K GRIFFIS: Anthony Aldridge, Coty Deyton,
Dallas Ellis, Ashley Ferguson, Emilie Hodges,
David Jackson, Brendan"Levi"Jewell, Court-
ney Jordan, Amber Mann, Emily Ossmann,
Kierra Richardson, Tondric Robinson, Carl
Self, Dylan Spires, Kellie Stewart, Kylee Stick-
land, Garret Sullivan, Christian Taylor
P HAND: Katelynn Andrews, Payton Combs,
Sierra Gatto, Joshlyn Green, Taylor Hodges,
Cameron Johns, Corey Lauramore, Adam
Miller, Lashaunti Mosley, Cassie Pringle,
Phillip Richerson, Shawn Stewart, Kayla
Tate, Ambrea Trionfo, Dale Ward, Angelee
Williams, Alex Winston
THILLIARD:Tyrell Brabham, Kordell Branch,
Emily Carpenter, Chayse Crain, Abby French,
Christina Givens, Dylan Jager, Michael Jef-
ferson, Amber Miller, Tabitha Mitchell,
Michaela Prevatt, Austin Ward, Dalton Wel-
born, Melanie Willis, Kaden Wilson, Kaitlyn
Wilson, Vanessa Yale
L KRESS: John Anderson, Ja'Myra Canty,
Shayln Crews, Michael Dugan, Grayson Gur-
ganious, India Jackson, Kayleigh Johnson,
Alexis Ledford, Dalton Lewis, Lucy Nowlen,
Bryson Roberts, Kyler Robinson, Kirsten
Starling, Da'Ron Thomas, Jeremiah Thomas,
LindseyThornton
D PAYNE: Kyle Ambrose, Julia Archambault,
David Cook, Seth Crawford, Antonio Ester-
ling, Samantha Fink, Haiden Fish, Abigail
Henley, Alexandria Hill, Emily Hill, Kaitlin
Jordan, Danny Neri, Andrea Pelfrey, Landon
Prevatt, Abigayle Price, Blaine Roberts, Na-
than Tolleson, Anna Wilkerson
A SHIVERS: Jadea Baez, Tiffany Barton,


Colby Craig, Kalyn Godwin, Abigail Harvey,
Liyah Hilley, Haylee Hobbs, Kiya Hunter,
Cheyenne Kinghorn, Emily Mobley, Gar-
rison Moore, Abby Ray, Scott Rewis, Austin
Rich, Payton Ruise, Chace Smallwood, Pat-
rick Stephens
Y SHOPE: Heath Bennett, Emilee Blanton,
Jacoby Clayton, Deshaun Davis, Gala Dyal,
Gavan Foster, Reagan Hauge, Raylyn Hodg-
es, Hanna Jeffries, Carter Kennedy, Amelia
Knabb, Claire Knabb, Destineigh Norman,
Megan Phelps, Shanarria Ruise, Erin Stokes,
Johnny"Adam"Waldrop, AnthonyYork
SWENDEL: Bryan Brockington, Destiny Cor-
bett, Payton Crews, Brandi Davis, Na'Desha
Davis, Bradley Gainey, Colbey Griffis, Dylan
Griffis, Gage Griffis, Nick Hale,Tristen Prevatt,
Marlee Rheuark, Alexis Scheider, Hannah
Starling, Hannah Wilford, Devin Williams
S WHITE: Mason Becerra, Ziylus "Zee" Bel-
ford, Ziyus "Zi" Belford, Dominic Berardo,
Lexi Clardy, Marcus Doss, Jessica French,
Jayden Gaskins, Emily Griffis, Kassidy How-
ard, Wendy McCauley, Montana McGinley,
Joseph Mullins, Austin Nettles, Christopher
Smith, Melanie Smith, Jessica Tillis.
Mixed Classes:
MOMENT: 1"Grade: Noah Duran, Joseph
Horn, Nicholas Weston
2" Grade: Tony Charles, Trever Norman,
Kelton Wilkerson
3" Grade: Rachel Dobbs, Selena Francis,
Gabriel Hefty, Daniel Jones
4th Grade: Austin Crews.



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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


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."


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
Household
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.


Janice F. Del Toro, CFP
Serving Baker County
residents since 2001.
904-264-0520
904-838-9731
151-14 College Dr.
Orange Park, FL 32065

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through Cambridge Investment Research,
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not affiliated with Cambridge Investment
Research


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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS


Baker County Pre-K/
Kindergarten Center
Pre-K:
Combs: Charles Alonzo, Megan Barton,
Hudson Ford, Willie Paiton Griffis, Jailee
Hardenbrook, Dalton Harvey, Makenzie
Hunter, Samuel Johns, Tommy Lauramore,
Destin Norris, Shane Oralls, Emma Stewart,
Natalie Taylor, Madison Thigpen, Ryan Tur-
pin, Taylor Wilford
Crews: Chloe Altman, Brandon Burnsed,
Ethan Canaday, Kendall Canaday, Kyhem
Chrome, Braeden Dawson, Peyton Jace
Dugger, Jordan Gearhart, Mallory Hauge,
Walker Jordan, Camdyn Jowers, Alexander
McClarty, Bodie Mclelland, Catelynn Sands,
Dakota Sirk, Kansas Sirk, Gavin Sparkman,
Kyla Wilcox
Jones: Kellyn Andrews, Austin Bleich,Dono-
van Bonds, Kyler Burnsed, Brynne Canaday,
Nevaeh Carter, Karson Combs, Leo Cottrell,
Autumn Dillman, Kensey Eldridge, Daniel
Hoard, Jimmy Johnson, Jasmine Mabry,
Ja'den Manucy, Austin Rowe, Brayden Sapp,
DrakeTrumbell, DanielleWilcutts
Kirby: Allison Bennett, Ryan Blackburn,
Madison Blankenship, Nathan Crawford,
Katelyn Dobbs, Peyton L. Griffis, Hannah
Herb, Trenton Hodges, Elizabeth Kennedy,
Jesse Martin, Carrigan McCook, Thomas
Morris, Preston Rhoden, Kameron Starling,
Trenton Taylor, Limirra Thompson, David
Todd, Jada Wilcox
McCormick: Jessi Bryant, Ava Charboneau,
Elle Charboneau, Hannah Davis, Lily
Elledge, Brandon Jager, Tucker Kennedy,
Peyton Martin, William Nickles, Leeann Nor-
man, Gabriel Oca, Chapman Padgett, Kerri-
gan Pelfry, Cohen Potts, Emma Richardson,
Gadge Romo, Walker Starling, TuckerThrift
McNeal: Leah Arnold, Jasmin Brown, Tucker
Crews, Austin Davis, Levi Dobbins, Caleb
Dykes, Brea Elhasan, Ava Herring, Maleah
Jones, Logan Manalo, Sarah McNeil, Garrett,
Paul, Timothy Penrod, Jozie Rafuse, Dalton
Sanders, Kylie Stewart
Owens: Grace Barber, Stone Chauncey,
Elijah Daniel, Landon Dube, Ryan Dube,
Kaylee Heppner, Malayna Loadholtz, Daw-
son Norman, Kirsten Thomas, Beau Paul-
son, Gunner Peterson, Logan Ritter, Pey-
ton Rosepiler, Jonathon Samaroo, Kalena
Sealey, Rebekah Thompson, Caleb Redding,
Tyler Szmakowski
Schatz: Ella Amerson, Heather Arwine,
Gavin Barton, Samuel Croft, Ava Eddins,
Mattie Evans, Makayla Johnson, Wynsday
Manucy, Jazlyn Raulerson, Haylee Sands,
Kayden Shedd, Katie Smith, Tucker Stafford,
JacobTaylor, Peyton Tubberville, David Vick-
ers
Yeager: Branden Atkinson, James Barton,
Justin Broome, Richard Brown, Michael Bus-
bee, Anna Green, Aniya Holley, Haley Mark-
er, Maverick Morgan, Taylor Nielson, Kayla
Norman Jordyn Parker, Cole Prevatt, Daniel
Reagan, Ryleigh Rogers, Maggie Stockton,
Presley Turner
Kindergarten:
Alderman: Savannah Butler, Kyra Davis,
Noelani Farmer, Mariah Green, Trenton
E. Griffis, Pacey Holtom, Ashton Johnson,
Christianna Johnson, Kasen Johnson, Nich-
olas Mattei, Dakota Padgett, Tristan Pend-
leton, Jai'la Reed, Katilyn Small, Brenda Till-
man, Noah Underwood, Austin Yale, Pearl
Wilburn.
Bennett: Amber Allgeyer, Bryleigh Brant-
ley, Joshua Carver, Eva (Shi) Godwin, David
Harvey, Jaden Herring, Joshua Holmes,
Brooklyn Larry, Lawson P. Lloyd, Michael
Ostrander, John Corey Pearce, Ridge Rho-
den, Hunter Robinson, Miles Romines,
Jainee Simon, Anthony Simpson, Savannah
Summey, Bailey Thomas
Betros: Daniel Anderson, Brianna An-
drews, Aiden Benoit, Dawson Brantley,
John Brown, Catherine Cline, Devin Cun-
ningham, Madison Davis, Jakyri Dean,
Gabriel Finley, Tara Hicks, Kacee Horton,
Shanyah Hudnall, Savanna Moody, Dylan
Pembelton
Combs: Mackenzie Asato, Gracie Boat-
wright, Jayston Brown, Taya Daniels,
Richard J. Dugger, Emma Dwyer, Louis
Franco, Omar Garcia, Marcus Givens, Haley
Grainger, Kellen Gray, Ryleigh Mash, Abi-
gail North, William Richardson, Caden Shu-
mate, Jakob Sweat, Kenmyia White
Drummond: Joshua Carter, Jr., Zacheriah
Davis, Jonathan Haggard, Autumn Hance,
Lavon Jones, Allen Mankins, Victor Medina,
Emma Mobley, Riley Mobley, Amber My-
ers, Josie Padgett, Randie Robinson, Dalton
Ruise, Meghan Shepard, Jordan White, Ja-
cob Wilkerson, Austin York
Hand: Brayden Barnwell, Autumn Breese,
Conner Broughton, Logan Burnham, Don
Cox, Raiven Crawford, Sharica Jackson, Ce-
drick Larry, Mykayla Morgan, Zoe Mullner,
Erin O'Steen, Tereana Robinson, Erica Roth,
Ariana Sherman, Avery Timbs, Kaleb Wilk-
erson
Kish: Lydi Barrios, Emily Barton, Elijah
Clark, Kyle Danko, Chance Diskey, Landon
Fountain, Jessica Hartzog, Robert Hill, Ti-
tus Richardson, Payton Sanders, Kenley
(Gracie) Satterwhite, Kaden Sigers, Taylor
Strayer, Nyah Summey, Blaine Webb, Jaylen
Wilcox, Kathy Williams, Seth Williams


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.


Kosier: Conner Adkins, Adam Ayers,
Colton Brogdon, Jaylah Broomfield, Mat-
thew Brown, Brooke Clevenger, Jarah Cran-
ford, Kassie Davis, Bristol Dobbins, Landon
Gaines, Maddox Griffis, laisha Henderson,
Baileigh Lauramore, Milton Jayden Oralls,
Danny Padgett, Cody Setzer
Lane: Logan Baxter, Kamala Collier, Hayden
Crow, Daegan Gainey, Karlie R. Hathcox,
Daniel Hefty, Ethan Hodges, Orlando Hol-
land, Brookelyn Jefferson, Emaleigh Jensen,
Breanna Johnson, Kaleigh Manucy, Austin
McCauley, Halley Richendollar, Noah Ruis,
Mikesha Tisdale, Ryan Webb
Lucas: Payton Barnes, Alan Bowen, Julian
Chambers, Alexia Frazier, Zachary Harvey,
Riley Horton, Jhaheem Jones, Olivia Le-
Grande, James Mobley, Adyson Morgan,
Thomas (TJ) Robinson, Hunter Sineath,
Sara Stewart, Cody Terrell, Kylie Walker
McCook: Dianna Bryan, Andrew Courson,
Kalin Davis, Kara Davis, Luke Davis, Hunter
Dennie, Kanye DeSue, Lexey Dopson, Ella
French, Amelia Gonzalez, Trenton G.Griffis,
Andrew Hayward, Summer Huggins, John-
ny Johnson, Malorie Pippins, Jabari Ruise,
Peyton Satterwhite.
McHenry: Shelby Bette, Michael Col-
lette, Rayleigh Combs, Javon Griffin, Lonna
Hodges, Joseph Keen, Derrickal Major Jr.,
Emilee McCabe, Sydni McDuffie, Katelyn
Nelson, Elijah Passmore, Mason Rhoden,
Hunter Roberts, Jasmine Saunders, Mat-
tisyn Shouse, Camron Smith, Skylar Thick,
Deanna Walker
McLarty: McKenzie Abbott, Brenton Bar-
ton, Patience Chapman, Hailey Colbert,
Conner Daniel, Alex Doss, Ethan Chase
Manning, Hunter Nipper, Jaiden Randall,
Jasmine Roberson, Faith Scott, Savanah
Smallwood, Aden Starling, Aniyah Taylor,
lan Touchton, Kenmonita White, Beau Wil-
liams, Austin Winn
Mosley: Olivia Barber, Keirstan Blackshear,
Nahja Braziel, Claire Collins, Lily Conner,
Makayla Crews, Ronald Cummings, Jahmel
Glover, Kyler G. Lawler, Pearceton Milton,
Harrison Muncy, River Neri, Emily Norman,
Taylor Raiford, Sh'Diamond Smith, Caleb
South, Avery Spurlock,Ty Walker
Reagan: Trenton Armstrong, Timothy
Carter, Jesse Collette, Kendra Davis, Robert
Dodd, Bradley Kirby, Taylor Mann, Nathan-
iel Matthews, Laderrick McCall, Houston
Noles, Raechyl Owens, Jada Parrish, Kyn-
dall Robinson, Jara Weeks, Kaleb Wilcox,
Elly York
Rowan: Victoria Barfield, Karrie Bryant,
Bailee Conti, Nicholas Crews, Olivia Dibeck,


Florida State House Representative
JanetAdkins
"Florida faces great 111 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. .11 -,I and has the skills necessary to
lead. Jesse shares my concern about the fiscal
impact of II ,c immigration on our schools,
which is estimated at $3.4 billion annually. I
know that Jesse will work with me to tackle this
problem."


Isiah Hale, Kaylee Hartzog, Garret Hodges,
Jyiel Jefferson, Devin Pridemore, Emaleigh
Raulerson, Jordan Schlarbaum, Meagan
Smith, Dale Stuhr, Abigail Teague, Alekzan-
der Tsaregorodtsev, Laura Turpin
South: Julia Cain, Matthew Combs, Nicky
Dial, Dalton Griffis, Phillip Hodges, Maci
Jordan, Erianna Kemp, Terry Kier, Heaven
Lee, Dakota Manucy, Haley Maxwell, Gracie
Norman, Hudson Padgett, Makenna Payne,
Silas Rhoden, Joseph Stone, Jamie Strick-
land, Joseph Tanner
Stoops: Michael Cury, Joshua Irish, Jayden
Champion, Kendrick Wilson, Briar Baglin
Sweat: Taylor Clevenger, Garrison Fish, Av-
ery Giddens, David Greene, Raymond Hen-
derson, Emma Hunt, Eric Jackson, Michael
Johnson, Gideon Jordan, Elizabeth Martin,
Ronnie Padgett, Kailynn Pembleton, Buddy
Perryman, Macey Pinkston, Braxton Romo,
Connor Sherlock, Shayla Stewart, Amber
Wood
Thompson: Joey Bolt, Philip Bowen, Alys-
sa Brown, Brianna Bundrick, Jaquise Cole-
man, Skylar Crews, Mason Dyal, Tiara Her-
ron, Caitlin Hulett, Hayden Hunt, Kayana
Kinney, Logan Newman, Ornaiz Pearson,
Nolan J. Rhoden, Travis Rhoden, Landen
Scott, Jorden Strawder, Cameron Walker
Thrift: Alyssa Alford, Kloweigh Cox, Jessica
Crawford, Ja'Mauri Elliott, Aubrey L. Fuller,
Brody Griffis, Mason Johnson, Ganika Larry,
McKenzie Lowery, Jesse McKenzie, Gregory
Moody, Justin Morrow, Paige Self, lan Vick-
ers, laryonna Wyche, Daniel Young
Webb: Katie Anderson,Tanna Brooke Bar-
ton, Elijah Bowles, Kieonna Carroll, Isaac
Craig, Dennis Devendorf, Hannah Dyal,
Kannon Gonzalez, Kason Jewell, Jamiya
Johnson, Jeremiah Johnson, Christopher
Kirt, Jett Knabb, Payton McHenry, Jacob
Miller, Taiven Rhoden, Collin Romeo, Man-
dyThomas
Waller: Joseph Allgeyer, Bryson Bowen,
Kolton Branch, Jayden Crawford, Colton
Crews, Logan Dennie, Emma Ferreira, Lil-
lian G. Jewel, Destiny Knight, Natalie Mo-
bley, Kira Moring, Gabby Rhodes, Morgan
Ruis, Kelsey Walker, Jon White, Jay Wilker-
son, Joshua Wilkerson
Ms. Ziemianski: Clayton Andrews, Cyanne
Carey, Caroline Cooper, Krista Crews, Kait-
lyn Dinkins, Emily Dugger, James Harman,
Darien Jones, Nathaniel Jones, Lucas Long,
Trannen McCray, Amarion Ruise, Austin
Smith, Zachary Tanninbaum, Jordan Thig-
pen, Nicholas Venturelli, Ashley Williams,
Dondrea Winters.


DONATIONS Needed For Children!!

New & used items include jewelry, purses, clothes, etc for school

Look for signs when open- SATURDAY'S!!

Call for other appointments or questions- 259-6630

LET'S HELP OUR YOUTH IN BAKER COUNTY

School is a very important part everyone's lives.






























Deprtmntisoipn laiptlbg e






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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 I. 1..11 .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."


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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!"


Dear Parent/Guardian: August 1, 2010

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


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Phone: (904) 259-4330


Thursday, August 19, 2010


Fax: (904) 259- 2825











2010-11 SCHOOL




BUS ROUTES

1400 MESTOKIS
Bus Routes- Elementary 140 MESTOPRE-K

BUS TIME DESCRIPTION


8:02 RIVER HILLS & RIVERWAY
8:03 RIVER HILLS &REBA
8:05 6317CR23D
8:06 CR23D&BURNETTLN
8:06 CR23D&WEBBHAVEN
8:07 CR23C&STONE
8:08 CR23C&IRENEYARBO
8:09 JAMES BRITT&GALLUP
8:10 JESSIEYARB&GRANNIE
8:11 TIM RHODEN@2ND DR
8:12 ODEYARB&WILDCAT
8:13 EVERGREEN &ODEYARBOROUGH
8:14 EVERGREEN SMOOTHBOREE
8:15 6986SMOOTHBORE
8:15 7206SMOOTHBORE
8:17 PARROTTRIF@SMOOTHBORE
8:18 PARROTT RIF & ODEYARBOROUGH
8:20 YELLOW PINE @ BOB BURNSED
8:21 8184YELLOWPINE
8:22 7746YELLOW PINE
8:23 8175YELLOWPINE



8:03 SCHURCH&LANE
8:04 SCHURCH@1 DR>PAVE
8:05 5 CHURCH &CLAYTON
8:06 5 CHURCH &CALIFORN
8:07 5 CHURCH &FAITHTEM
8:08 5 CHURCH &NANCYWIL
8:09 5CH @DRIVEW/WHITE FENCE
8:11 FIVECHURCHES@CR127
8:11 CR127&DOLPHIN



8:00 11327 SAWYERCONNERWAY
8:00 10692 BERTH MAE HARRIS
8:00 10408 BERTH MAE HARRIS
8:02 10380 BERTHAMAEHARRIS
8:03 19982 CREWS RD
8:05 19835 CREWS RD
8:06 19815 CREWS RD
8:07 19760 CREWS RD
8:08 10647 CREWS RD
8:09 HOLLIE&CREWS
8:10 19452CREWS RD
8:11 OAKHILLRD&CREWS
8:12 19008 CREWS
8:13 9950 GODBOLD& CREWS
8:14 18833 CREWS RD
8:15 18743 CREWS
8:16 WRIGHTS LN& CREWS RD
8:17 18157CREWSRD
8:18 RIVERBEND&CREWS
8:19 CREWS RD&CAMPTRACY
8:22 17500 CREWS RD
8:20 CREWS&TIMBERTRACE
821 16959 CREWS RD
822 10007WOODROW RAULERSON
823 16875 CREWS RD
824 16806CREWS RD
825 16672 CREWS RD
826 16325 CREWS RD
827 16159 CREWS RD



813 NORTH @ LEE&BAKER MH
814 472 CARDINAL LN
816 CARDINAL&LINDA
817 23A&IVY@TRAILERPARK
819 445IVYST
820 IVYST&SUSIECT
821 7TH & IVY
824 7TH& LINDA
825 709121 NORTH
830 5233VIOLETLN
831 VIOLET&FAYERD
832 11886 FAYE RD
833 11808FAYERD
834 11749FAYERD
835 11710 FAYERD



805 8695 PINE AVE
806 4291 RAINTREE
807 4302 LIVE OAK
810 4120 LIVE OAK
811 BIRCH & PINE
812 4656 DOGWOOD ST
812 4204 DOGWOOD ST
812 4161 DOGWOOD ST
813 4136HICKORYST
813 PINE&HICKORY
814 MULBERRY&PINE
815 6757 MAPLE
816 MAPLE & REDWOOD
816 8581PINEAVE
817 8637POPLAR&ESTATE
817 4809 ESTATE


818 55EBARBERRD
819 BARBERRD@CURVE
822 TOKELLER
832 TOPRE-K


807 13254CR124
808 12102 LEON DOPSON
810 11928 LEON DOPSON
814 15311 CR124
816 CR229&VERDIE DORMAN
817 12151 CR229
818 11908CR229
819 11936CR229
820 CR229&SHUMATE
822 CR 229 & BIRDIE DAVIS
823 CR229&HIDDUGGER
824 11055CR229
826 10338 CR229
828 9451 CR229
829 9369 CR229
830 CR229&BAY
831 CR229& BEECH
832 CR229&COLUMBIA
833 CR229 & BILL'S MH PARK
834 COLUMBIA&TIMSWEAT



803 13459CR127
805 TURNERCEM®ISTER
807 CR127&WILLGRIFFIS
809 CR127&NATALIELN
810 CR127&KATIEJOHN
812 10523CR127
813 10451CR127
814 CR127&RUSH
815 CR127&AIGE
815 IVORYWILLIAMS&CR127
817 CR127&ABERNATHYNORTH
822 CR127&SANDERSON CIRCLE N
823 CR127&BEECH



758 87100ODISYARBROUGHRD
758 84600ODIS YARBROUGH RD
800 14300 HUNTERS RIDGEW
802 7693 ODISYARBROUGH
805 13547 BOB BURNSED RD
806 BOB BURNSED & BIG BEAR
807 BOB BURNSED&COTTONTAIL
807 75140AK RIDGE LOOP
809 7301 OAK RIDGE LOOP
810 70050AKRIDGEWAY
812 13123 BOBBURNSEDRD
816 11505 PINE RIDGE LOOP RD
817 11545 PINE RIDGE LOOP
818 11625 PINE RIDGE LOOP
819 PARK&CONFEDERATE DR
820 11410 S CONFEDERATE DR
821 11567S CONFEDERATE DR
821 11593 ECONFEDERATEDR
822 11780 ECONFEDERATE DR
823 11808 ECONFEDERATE DR
824 11895 ECONFEDERATE DR
825 12328 N CONFEDERATE DR
826 12449 N CONFEDERATE DR
828 RUFUS POWERS & NORMAN ST
829 11000 RUFUS POWERS
830 MADISON &WESTSIDE
831 7598 MADISON DR



743 7480 SR 121
746 EDNAMANNING
750 SR121@OSTEEN
752 8733 SHIRLEYLN
755 91965R121
800 6845 SR 121
800 121@CASHCOW
805 93235R121
806 JEFF STARLING & BROWN RD
806 BROWN RD@4-WAYSTOP
807 BROWN RD
810 GEORGEHODGES&ANNABELL
811 GEORGEHODGES@ASPEN
811 9161 ASPEN
812 9226ASPEN
813 WILLOW&SCRUBOAK
815 9206COTrONWOOD
816 6067 CHESTNUTRD
825 WILLIS HODGES & BRENT LN
826 WILLIS HODGES @ END
830 PREKCENTER
845 MES
855 KIS



741 CR229&LAZYPINE
743 13107 MUDLAKERD
744 13050 MUDLAKE RD
745 12960 MUDLAKE RD
746 12800 MUDLAKERD
747 MUDLAKE&SUNSHINE
747 12360 SOUTHPRONGCEM


748 12697 RICHARDSON RD
749 5961 RICHARDSON RD
750 RICHARDSON&CWHITE
751 5855 RICHARDSON RD


5776 RICHARDSON RD
5744 RICHARDSON RD
6288 CR 229
5300 RICHARDSON RD
4998 RICHARDSON RD
4746 RICHARDSON RD
4399 RICHARDSON RD
4371 RICHARDSON RD
12886CLETE HARVEY
CR 229@JONES STORE
4495 CR 229
13019 BETHLEHEMCH
ELLIS RHODEN RD
12222 MUDLAKE RD
11647 MUDLAKE RD
18256MUDLAKE RD
11521MUDLAKERD
MUDLAKE&SADDLETR


739 1461 PINE RIDGE
741 PINE RIDGE @MH ON RIGHT
742 PINE RIDGE NEXT MH ON RIGHT
744 1305THORNTONRD
745 1120THORNTON RD
746 1192THORNTON
747 852THORNTONRD
750 14630 BOYCE RD
752 BOYCE RD NXTMH LT
754 PECAN CIRCLE
755 CL DOBBS&BELMNTSMIT
756 14389 CLARENCE DOBBS RD
757 14405CLARENCE DOBBS
758 14474CLARENCE DOBBS
759 14372 STEED RD
800 1971 CR229
801 CR 229 3RD MH ON RIGHT
802 SAPP&ELLEDGE
805 CR229&SUNCRESTLN
807 13495CLETHARVEYRD
808 13298 CLET HARVEY RD
809 3714LEXJONES RD
810 CLETHARVEY@ 1STDRON LT
811 CLIFFORD DUGGER@ END
812 10290 CLIFFORD DUGGERRD
813 10103 CLIFFORD DUGGERRD
816 CLET HARVEY@WOODEN HS
818 LE HARVEY &MORAN LN
819 LE HARVEY &BRIARBUSH
821 LE HARVEY & GALLBERRY



719 11027 PINE LEVELCH
725 13675 MOCCASIN CR CIRC
726 13368 MOCCASIN CRCIRC
728 13227 MOCCASIN CRCIRC
730 11803 DON BURNSED RD
732 27497CR127
733 27317CR127
735 25485CR127
736 25580 CR 127
739 24367 HASSLE JOHNS RD
741 23744HASSIE JOHNS RD
742 23528 HASSLE JOHNS
743 23281 HASSIEJOHNS
744 23154HASSIEJOHNS
745 HASSIEJOHNS&CR120
746 10101CR120
747 10371 CR120
748 22196 N CARL BROWN RD
749 N CARL BROWN RD
751 10783 PENDER RAULERSON
753 S CARL BROWN &SEMINOLE
755 21550 S CARL BROWN RD
757 CARLBROWN &CHROKEE
758 11331 TENDER RAULERSON RD
802 CR127
804 11185 HIDEAWAYFARMS LN
805 ALTMAN'SWAY&CR127
806 19677CR127
807 CR127&BLUFFCREEK



756 7352 BOBBYSAPP RD
800 7756 PLANTATION RD
804 7010 KITS ST
805 8364 PLANTATION RD
806 7658 GLYN ALLYN
807 8227 NESBITT RD
809 8525 NESBITT RD
810 7722OLD NURSERY
810 76260LD NURSERY RD
810 OLD NURSERY @NEXT DRIVE
811 7793 PLANTATION RD
812 7861CR125&SOUTHSTNURS
814 7149 SOUTHERN STATES RD
815 6928 SOUTHERN STATES RD
816 7335 JOHN ROWE RD
817 7066 JOHN ROWE RD
820 6595 SOUTHERN STATES
822 80805TEWARTRD
824 WILLIEWILKERSON
825 WOODLAWN&IVEYHODGES



805 13767 CEDARCREEK DR
806 13777CEDARCREEKDR
807 CEDARCREEKDR
808 13827CEDARCREEKDR
809 14164JOHN WILLIAMS RD
811 13733JOHNWILLIAMS RD
813 13616FRED HARVEYRD
814 13466 FRED HARVEY RD


INDIANTRAIL@ FRED HARVEY
13208 FRED HARVEY RD
11103 FRED HARVEY@KLATE
11977 FRED HARVEY @ PRINGLE
11930 FRED HARVEY
11619 COWPEN RD
11699 COWPEN
COWPEN& NOEL
12841 COWPEN
PALMETTO&COWPEN
COWPEN & FOLSOM
10141 COWPEN
9495 COWPEN


815 17093TURNERCEM
817 11380 HOLL RHODEN RD
823 11036KENNETHWALKER
824 TOMMYRD & KENNETH WALKER
827 SUTTON&CR125
828 18248 NCR 125
828 AARON FISH &CR 125
830 SMALL BRANCH &CR 125
833 16476 NCR 125
839 CR125&JOEYLN
840 12754NCR125
842 7380SHEPARDLN
842 12108NCR125
844 11330NCR125
845 MONDSTRAIL
845 10826 NCR 125
846 CR125&BLAIRCIRC



821 1426THOMAS DRIVE
827 US90&RAYONIER
825 TRAILRIDGE MH
830 ALLEN ACRES &GLORYLN
834 DUGGERST3RD HSON RIGHT
835 MILTON &SHUEY
836 EAST&SHUEY
837 213 EAST BLVD
838 EAST&NORTH



712 21370PLGRVCHRD
715 21508PLGRVCHRD
720 21578 PLGRVCH RD
721 21953 THANNIE HARVEY
724 21338 RED MAPLE CIRC
725 RED MAPLE 1STDRON RIGHT
726 21524KEEGANLN
728 21750 RED MAPLE CIRC
729 14073 LIGHTER RD
731 22387 HILLTOP
736 14129 PALM
740 24267 EDDY GR RD
741 22614 EDDY GRRD
742 14513 AUZZIE HARVEYRD
743 26770 CR 250
744 16221 JACK DOWLING CIRC
745 JACK DOWLING &GATOR LN
746 15222JACKDOWLING
747 21827 LOUIS COMBS
755 21621 COYTAYLORRD
756 21728COYTAYLORRD
806 LITTLE DIXIE &CR 250
815 26322 CR 250
816 24626CR 250 @ STORE
817 24573 CR 125
818 22528 DOYLEWILLIAMS
819 14624WESLEYGRIFFIS
820 21432 DOYLEWILLIAMS
821 23775 N CR125
822 CR125&OCHORNE
830 16107 N CR125
840 WESTOKIS



810 10076 PERSIMMON RD
811 6461 CWWEBB
812 6387CWWEBB
813 6326CWWEBB
814 SPRUCE&CEDAR
815 6261 CWWEBB
817 6156CWWEBB
818 LOWDERST&GRIFFIN CT
820 634SOUTH BLVD
822 CHARLIE ROWE&MYRNAST
823 6013 CHARLIE ROWE
825 5913 CHARLIE ROWE
827 CHARLIE ROWE @APARTMENTS




757 STEELBR&LEWILKERSON
801 5651CR23C
804 RUBEN CRAWFORD RD
805 23C@ MACEDONIASTORE
810 5817FARMVIEWLN
811 13912N23A
813 TALLPINERD
815 13527 ETALLPINE RD
816 KARIBETH'SDAYCARE
817 23A&MARTINRD
818 23A
818 23A
819 12720NCR23A
820 6131BOBKIRKLANDRD
820 6152 BOB KIRKLAND RD
821 13024BOBBYRAYLN
822 6443 BOB KIRKLANDRD
823 SANDSDALE & BOB KIRKLAND


6421 N40CIRCLE
12433 NCR23A
12343 TOM WILKERSON RD
12165TOMWILKERSON RD
MES, KIS,PK


759 CR 229 & FRIENDSHIP PLACE
800 10073 CR229
801 15105GASKINSCIRCLE
803 BENNY GIVENS @TURNAROUND
805 14715GASKINSCIR
806 14660 GASKINS CIRCLE
807 14481 GASKINS CIRCLE
808 GASKINS CIRCLE&JOYCE
812 TONYGIVNSLASTDRL



801 16545TURNERCEMETARY
802 16485TURNERCEMETARY
804 15397TURNERCEMETARY
805 JDSMITHTRAIL
808 13454HAMP REGISTERED
810 13720TURNERCEMETARYRD
811 13604TURNERCEMETARYRD
813 12864HAMPREGISTERRD
815 11688CEDARCREEKFARMS RD
815 11641 CEDAR CREEK FARMS RD
816 11514CEDARCREEKFARMS RD
817 11408CEDARCREEKFARMS RD
822 8378CLAUDEHARVEY RD
823 8186CLAUDEHARVEYRD
825 7968AUNTMARYHARVEYRD
825 7955 AUNT MARY HARVEY RD
826 AUNT MARY HARVEY& KATHYJO
827 7856AUNT MARYHARVEY
828 10177 ANDREW RAULERSON RD
829 ANDRRAULERSON @ 1STCURVE
830 10398ANDREWRAULERSONRD
831 CARPENTERS KIDS DAYCARE
832 7331 MADISON ST
833 MADISON &CLINTON



751 GRIFFISRD@US90
752 11622 US 90
800 12171 WIREMILLRD
803 13434ARNOLD RHODEN RD
804 8254ARNOLD RHODENRD
805 ARNOLD RHODEN @ LEWIS RD
805 13056 ARNOLD RHODEN RD
811 GILFORDDAVIS@ RR
811 9758 E GILFORD DAVIS RD
814 9208 NOAH DAVIS RD
816 9191 NOAH DAVISRD
822 9709 PINETOP RD
824 9243PINETOPRD
825 9188 PINETOP
825 PINETOP&PONDEROSA
827 9633 PINETOP
830 7994 US 90



827 RAILROAD&HOMER
828 ROCKET
828 MLK&MCIVER
828 MLK&SYCAMORE
829 233MLKBLVD
830 314MLKBLVD
831 MLK&MINNESOTA
832 CR 23A& BAKER MANOR
833 CR23A&MLK
833 CR23A&JOAN
834 CR23A&GRISSHOLM
835 CR23A&QUAIL
836 9TH& LEWIS
836 9TH&SOUTH



751 NURSERY&STEWART
753 7922STEWARTRD
754 8197STEWARTRD
759 6762WOODLAWN @ FASTWAY
800 WOODLAWN@CHAD
802 6681WOODLAWN RD
803 WOODLAWN @ GLENFIELD
804 6535WOODLAWN
805 8417CREEKSIDE
806 8492CREEKSIDE
808 8553HILLCREST
809 8695 HILLCREST
810 HILLCRESTGLO-GENE
812 6477 GRANT
815 GRANT&TAFT
816 GRANT&MCKINLEY
817 GRANT&ADAMS
818 8409EBENROWE
819 8437 E BEN ROWE
820 BEN ROWE &JBHINES
821 8674WBEN ROWE
822 8743WBENROWE
823 DUPREE&LARIMER
824 ACRE&EASTWOOD
815 WOODLWN&GLEN WILLMSN
816 5612WOODLAWN CEM


817 5578WOODLAWNCEM
818 5794WOODLAWN CEM
819 5645WOODLAWNCEM
819 5947WOODLAWNCEM
820 6006 END OFWOODLAWN CEM
KIS-MES-PK

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824 COPPERFIELD &COPPER COURT
825 1138COPPERFIELD
826 COPFIELD&COPCREEK
826 1279 COPPERCREEK DRIVE
828 12325CR23A
829 5984 LAURAMORE RD


831 TOM WILKERSON & HUCKLEBERR
832 11899TOMWILKERSON
833 11807TOMWILKERSON
834 11769TOMWILKERSON



806 9622 GLENWOOD DR
807 GLENWOOD & FOREST


THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS


Thursday, August 19, 2010

733 1643 WHIPPOORWILL LN
735 19409 BF FINLEYCIRC
747 5519CR 231
749 2350 CR 231
750 DOBSON RD
747 LULU RD
752 NFR728
755 NFR 209 & FOREST LN
756 NFR209&HAWK
757 5260 NFR 209
758 5272 MAIN ST
800 LAKESIDE LN & NFR
802 22324NFR732
803 NFR250A
805 21199 MICHAEL CASON RD
807 22235 CASONRD
809 DEREKARLINE @ OLUSTEE PARK
815 US90@BCCIMHPARK
822 8092 HOSS KELLER RD
823 7902 HOSS KELLER RD
825 7205 HOSS KELLER RD



800 6061 SCR125
802 6627 KEITH GRIFFIS CIRC
803 6480 KEITH GRIFFIS CIRC
804 7899MUDLAKERD
807 6790 IRA STARLING RD
809 8326 MUDLAKE RD
813 8041SCR125
814 SCR125 @ PONSELLNURSERY
816 9572 GEORGETABER BLVD
817 LINCOLN &PARMALEE
818 9967 LINCOLN AVE
819 CLINTON &ANDREWS
821 SHERMAN &PARMALEE
823 9922 RIVER OAKS
826 6756 E ANDREWS ST
829 S CR125 @ LITTLE PLAYMATES
830 GEORGE TABER@ APARTMENTS
832 NSHERMANST&US90
833 N SHERMAN @YOUNG AUTO
834 10044N SHERMAN ST



821 MINNESOTA@ 1MB
822 MINNESOTA@2MB
822 MINNESOTA@3 MB
822 MINNESOTALASTDR
824 SOUTH &QUAIL
824 SOUTH &GRISSHOLM
826 SOUTH &JOAN
828 SOUTH & MLK
PK,MES



802 6907 BILL DAVIS
803 7180 BILL DAVIS
807 10880 REID STAFFORD
808 RIDGE ESTATES & REID STAFF
811 7335 FRED PERRY RD
812 7221 FRED PERRY RD
813 7125 FRED PERRY RD
813 6953 FRED PERRY RD
816 MAZIELN &REID STAFFORD
817 9534 REID STAFFORD
817 9443 REID STAFFORD
820 QUAIL HOLLOW&GLEN NURSERY
825 TOM ADAMS &SMOKEYRD
826 HOPKINS RD & SMOKEY RD
827 9629SMOKEYRD
830 PRINGLE RD & US 90
832 10170STODDARDAVE



815 OWEN ACRE & EAGLE
815 OWEN ACRE CHRISTIEE CT
816 911 CHRISTIE CT
816 CHRISTIE&SUSANNE
817 SUSANNE&THOMAS
820 SUZANNE&RIVERCIR
821 6863MILTONDALE
822 6172 MILTONDALE
826 MILTONDALE& MAGNOLIA
827 MILTONDALE&AZALEA
827 MILTONDALE&JERRY
828 MILTONDALE& BARBARA
829 CR23B@ROLLMEADOW
830 CR23B&CHILDELITE
1400 MES-PK-KIS



819 BLAIRST@TRAILER PARK
819 BLAIRST@ DOUBERLYRD
821 NLOWDER&CHIPSHOT
822 NLOWDER&KATIECOURT
823 NLOWDER&CONSTITUTION
823 555 N LOWDERST(NCR23A)






Thursday, August 19, 2010

809 GLENWOOD @ DEAD END
810 GLENWOOD@ STOPSIGN
812 8472CR139B
813 7928KLEINRD
814 7828KLEINRD
815 HONEYSUCKLE LN
816 BAILEYANNLN
817 KLEINRD @ DEAD END
818 7794CR139
819 10717 BURNSED/CRAWFORD
820 10846 BURNSED/CRAWFORD
821 7639 PIERCE RD
822 PIERCE RD&CR125
823 DAVISTRAILERPARK
824 MADISON &MORNINGSIDE
825 11161WESTSIDELOOP
826 11063WESTSIDELOOP
827 CURVE @WESTSIDE LOOP



758 21243CR122
800 13285CR122
801 12076CR122
803 11720CR122
803 11621CR122
804 11526CR122
805 11473 OSCARTHOMASTRAIL
807 21098CR127
808 21014CR127
809 114560CHORNERD
809 117390CHORNERD
811 FRANKCOMBS
813 18771TIMBERLAND DR
814 18533TIMBERLANDDR
815 18485TIMBERLAND DR
816 108400SCEOLARD
817 11003 OSCEOLARD
820 18256CR127
821 11393THRASHERRD



823 NORTH & FOXRIDGE
824 NORTH &TIMBERLANE
825 NORTH&3RD
826 NORTH &4TH
827 592CR228
827 668CR228
828 748CR228



755 DEERFIELD& REFUSE
756 DEERFIELD& PLEASANT
757 4041 DEERFIELD
758 WSOUTHWOOD& DEERFIELD
800 4345 DEERFIELD
801 4471 DEERFIELD
802 ESOUTHWOOD& DEERFIELD
806 HONWILKRSN&ORANGET
815 CANAL&BARBERCIR
816 4158WOLFEDR
817 9808 BARBER LOOP
819 9640 BARBER LOOP
825 COLLEGE&FL
826 MICHIGAN&4TH



816 OHIO&7TH
817 1360HIO
817 OHIO&6TH
818 OHIO@MH PARK
818 OHIO&STH
822 221 OHIOBLVD
823 275 HIO BLVD
824 OHIO @NORTHWOOD APT
825 EAST&MCIVER
826 EAST&MINNESOTA
827 541LAVERNST
828 611LAVERNST
825 ABC LEARNING CENTER



813 CR139&JOHNWILLIAM
818 CR139@PARK
823 KINGRUISE@CHURCH
825 CR139&THOMPSON MOM



756 LILAHARVEY & PINEYTRAIL
757 20618LEAMONRD
758 BENNYJOBENNETT&FRENDA
804 125290CHORNE
805 20080 NOAH RAULERSON RD
806 19985 NOAH RAULERSON RD
807 NOAH RAULERSON & DOLLIE LN
811 18274NOAH RAULERSON
814 18204 NOAH RAULERSON RD
815 109190RBEYRHODEN RD
817 JOHN ALLEN &ORBEY


818 ANNE RD &ORBEYRHODEN
819 PHEASANTTR&ORBEYRHODEN



808 4604SHAVES BLUFF
810 4684SHAVES BLUFF
812 4739 SHAVES BLUFF
813 4777 SHAVES BLUFF
814 4817 SHAVESBLUFF
816 5434BLUEHOLERD
817 5524BLUE HOLERD
818 5574BLUEHOLERD
819 5598 BLUE HOLE RD
820 15896SR121
821 156155R121>STORE


THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS


SR121 &EVAJONES
14639SR121
14549SR121
SR121@NEW LIFE
SR121 &ACKJONES
13822SR121
SR121 &FARMLN
SR121&WILLARD CREWS
SR121&ROGERTR
12004SR121
SR 121 @ABE'S WELD


Bus Routes- BCHS & BCMS


632 OAKRIDGE&OAKRDWAY
635 OAKRIDGELP@CURVE
637 BOBBURN&COTTONTAIL
640 BOBBURN&CONNER
642 BOBBURN&ODEYARB
644 EVERGREEN&ODEYARB
645 ODEYARB&WILDCAT
648 TIMRHODEN1DRRT
648 TIMRHODEN2DRRT
652 SMOOTHBORE
653 6957 SMOOTHBORE
654 SMOOTHBORE& EVERGREEN
654 7061 EVERGREEN
653 SMOOTHBORE&PARROTT R
653 75130DEYARB
654 76390DEYARB
655 77290DEYARB
656 ODEYARB& PLANTATION
658 HUNTRID E&ODEYARB
659 HUNTRID E&HUNTRDS
700 HUNTRDS&HUNTRDW
701 HUNTRDS&ODEYARB
705 BOB BURN&YELLOW PINE
706 8151YELLOWPINE
707 8082YELLOWPINE
708 YELLOWPINE
709 YELLOWPINE
710 YELLOWPINE
711 BOB BURN & BIG BEAR
712 BOB BURN



620 6140SHELLYLN
621 5988SHELLYLN
624 62825CR125
626 61495CR125
631 7899 MUDLAKE RD
632 CR125&IRATHOMPSON
633 JIMSTARLING
635 6510 KEITH GRIFFIS RD
638 CORBETTCREWSRD
639 7594CR125
640 SCR125
642 8041SCR125


630 10506 BERTHA MAE HARRIS RD
631 1047406BERTHA MAE HARRIS RD
631 10474 BERTHA MAE HARRIS RD
633 19982 CREWS RD
634 19835 CREWS RD
634 19815CREWS RD
635 19667 CREWS RD
636 HOLLIE&CREWS
637 QUIETWOODS LN &CREWS
638 OAKHILL&CREWS
639 19045 CREWS RD
640 19008 CREWS RD
641 9950 GODBOLD & CREWS
641 18833 CREWS
642 18743 CREWS
643 18639 CREWS
645 17792 CREWS
646 17500 CREWS
647 CREWS &TIMBERTRACE
648 9664WOODROWRAULERSON
649 CREWS&OAKWOOD
650 16594CREWSRD
652 16589 CREWS RD
653 16159CREWS RD
654 16150 CREWS RD



646 6102RIVERSIDEDR
647 5986RIVERSIDE DR
648 5896RIVERSIDEDR
649 RIVERSIDE &RIVERWAY
650 6402CR23D
651 6499CR23D
652 STONE RD & 23C
653 IRENEYARBROUGH& 23C
655 JAMES BRITT&GALLUP
702 RUEBEN CRAWFORD & 23C
703 626023C
704 6148 23C
706 HARRY REWIS &CR 23A



644 BURN/CRAW&PIERCE
645 7463 PIERCE RD
646 7356PIERCERD
649 PARK&LISA
650 11347 PINE LOOP
650 11462 PINE LOOP
651 11505 PINE LOOP
652 HILLSOFGLEN&CONFEDERATE
654 CONFEDERATE LN &CONFED DR
655 11758CONFEDERATE


S 657 12245CONFEDERATE


12328WCONFEDERATE
11195 RUFUS POWERS RD
10992 RUFUS POWERS RD


637 CR 127&KATIE JOHNSON
638 CR127 & FRED HARVEY
639 10560CR127
641 CR127&AIGE
645 CR127 ABERNATHY CIR
646 CR127&SNDRSNCIRN
647 CR127&SNDRSNCIRS
648 CR127 & BEECH RRTR
650 COLUMBIA&CYPRESS
650 COLUMBIA&TOMSWEAT



606 14039CR127
608 13459CR127
610 TURNERCEM® DAIRY
612 12771CR127
615 14005CR124
617 11928 LEON DOPSON
619 LEONDOPSON
622 15311CR124
624 11908&11936CR229
625 CR229&BIRDIEDAVIS
627 CR229 & HID DUGGER
629 10961 CR229
630 10634CR229
631 10338CR229
633 9451 CR229
635 CR229&BAYST



631 ADAMS & BEN ROWE
632 8743 WBEN ROWECIRC
632 8650W BEN ROWECIRC
633 JBHINES&BENROWE
633 8437 E BEN ROWECIRC
634 6162WOODLAWN RD
635 8643DUPREERD
637 ACRE&EASTWOOD
637 EASTWOOD&LARIMER
638 8702EASTWOOD RD
639 6006WOODLAWNCEM
640 5926WOODLAWNCEM
641 5794WOODLAWN CEM
700 PICKUP@BCMS
700 BCMSTOBCHS



631 SR121 @RAIFORDRDCH
632 SR121@OAKPINEMH
637 74805R121
638 74305R121
643 SR121&OSTEEN
645 8733SHIRLEYRD
646 91965R121
647 68455R121
647 SR121@RAIFORDRDCH
655 JEFF STARLING & BROWN RD
700 BROWN RD @4WAY STOP
701 BCMS
710 BCHS



614 6735CR229
615 CR229 > LAZYPINES
616 13055 MUDLAKE RD
617 MUDLAKE&SUNSHINE
618 12697MUDKLAKE
619 RCHRDSN &CONNIEWHT
621 CEMETARY&MARVIN LN
623 5096RCHRDSNRD
624 4728RCHRDSNRD
625 4705RCHRDSNRD
626 RCHRDSN@COWMB
627 RCHRDSN >COWMB
628 12701 CLETE HARVEY
629 13498 CLETE HARVEY
754 5172 RICHARDSON RD
632 CR2292DBLBRKMB
635 12955MUDLAKERD
636 MUDLAKE
639 MUDLAKE > BILL DAVIS
639 11647 MUDLAKERD
640 MUDLAKE@SWEATRES
641 MUDLAKE &TRAVISRHO



631 7273 BOBBYSAPP
632 7629 PLANTATION RD
632 7842 PLANTATION
634 7702CAHONE
635 7808CAHONECT
635 7002 KITS ST
636 7010KITSST
636 8415 PLANTATION RD
637 8364 PLANTATION RD
638 7607 GLYNN ALLYN RD
639 7652 GLYNN ALLYN RD
640 8227NESBITT


641 8525 NESBITT RD
643 7903REDTOPRD
644 76700LDNURSERYRD
644 76260LDNURSERYRD
646 7861SCR125&SOUTHST
646 7352SOUTHSTNURS
647 7284SOUTH STNURS
648 7219SOUTHSTNURS
649 7063SOUTHST
649 6976 SOUTHST


7335 JOHN ROWE RD
7161 JOHN ROWER RD


628 13692CEDARCREEK
629 STOP SIGN @CEDAR CREEK
629 13762CEDARCREEKDR
630 13827CEDARCREEKDR
631 JOHNNYHARVEY&JOHNWILLIAMS
632 13748 JOHN WILLIAMS RD
634 FRED HARVEY& INDIAN TRAIL
635 FRED HARV&SHADY PINE
636 FRED HARV&SAM ANGER
637 12478 FRED HARVEY
638 12039 FRED HARVEY
639 11977 FRED HARVEY
640 11855 FRED HARVEY
641 11619COWPEN
642 11699COWPEN
643 11704COWPEN
644 COWPEN &TENNESSEE
645 12841 COWPENRD
647 COWPEN&PALMETTO
649 10407 KING RUISE





646 MLK&SYCAMORE
647 MLK&MINNESOTA
648 MLK& SOUTH
656 CR23A&BAKERMANOR
657 CR23A&MLK
658 CR23A&JOAN
659 CR23A&GRISSHOLM
701 NINTH & LEWIS
702 NINTH &SOUTH
704 NINTH&MINNESOTA
706 CR23A&MINNESOTA



642 US90&RAYONIER
643 TRAILRIDGE
645 ALLEN ACRES & GLORY RD
648 EAST&SHUEY
648 EAST&STANSELL
650 EAST&NORTH
700 BCHS
705 EAST&NORTH
708 EAST&STANSELL
709 EAST&SHUEY
712 BCMS



647 PINE&MULBERRY
648 PINE&HICKORY
649 4475 HICKORY
650 4302 HICKORY
651 4136HICKORY
652 4187 DOGWOOD
653 4331 DOGWOOD
654 4516 DOGWOOD
655 PINE&BIRCH
656 4394BIRCHST
657 4119BIRCH
658 4120 LIVE OAK
659 4302 LIVE OAK
700 4498RAINTREE
701 4622RAINTREE
702 ESTATE & POPLAR
703 4809 ESTATE ST



602 13227 MOCCASIN CR
608 12721 MOCCASIN CR
610 LASTMHONCR127
613 11803 DON BURNED
613 JOHN BURNSED RD
615 CR127&POPPAYONN
616 27464CR127
618 CR127&WILLIAM BRINSON
620 10615THOLLIE CREWS
621 CR127&KC FARMS
622 CR127&ARNOLD MILLER
624 1446PINELEVELCH
625 24884CR127
626 23790 HASSIE JOHNS
627 23660 HASSIE JOHNS
628 23380 HASSIE JOHNS
629 23256 HASSIE JOHNS
630 23154HASSIEJOHNS
635 10023CR120
636 10127CR120
643 CARL BROWN & CHEROKEE
644 CARL BROWN &SEMINOLE
647 CR120&CARLBROWN
649 2312CR127
651 23095 CR127



631 909 STEEL BRIDGE RD (END)
635 1261 STEEL BRIDGE RD
637 1447 STEEL BRIDGE RD


639 1609 STEEL BRIDGE RD
641 15717 LEWILKERSON
643 5885 STEELBR&JANICE
647 141205R121
649 SR121&ACKSLOAN
653 SR121 &WILL CREWS
654 SR121 &HONEYDEW
658 SR121 &ROGERLANE
659 710 N6THST(SR121)
700 SR121&ELOISE
701 LINDA&7TH


LINDA&CARDINAL
IVY&CARDINAL
IVY&CANARY
BLAIR&THOMAS
BLAIR&DOUBERLY
BCHS BEFORE BCMS


626 15058GASKINSCIRC
627 15105 GASKINS CIRCLE
629 BENNIE GIVENS RD @ END
631 14610GASLINSCIRCLE
632 14556GASKINS CIRCLE
633 14481 GASKINS CIRCLE
634 GASKINS&JOYCE LN
635 GASKINS&CIRCLEG
636 GASKINS& HILL DR
637 14246GASKINSCIRCLE
638 GASKINS&CHESTNUT
644 GASKINS&CR229



606 16595TURNERCEM RD
608 15397TURNERCEMRD
611 13454HAMPREGISTERRD
615 13720TURNERCEM RD
616 13604TURNERCEMRD
618 12458 HAMP REGISTER RD
620 13156COWPENRD
623 11688CEDARCREEKFARMS RD
624 11641 CEDAR CREEK FARMS RD
625 11514CEDARCREEKFARMS RD
626 11408 CEDARCREEKFARMS RD
627 11192CEDAR CREEKFARMS RD
629 10744CEDAR CREEK FARMS RD
634 8478 CLAUDE HARVEY RD
635 8316CLAUDEHARVEYRD
636 8186CLAUDEHARVEYRD



622 13434ARNOLD RHODEN
623 ARNOLD RHODEN& LEWIS RHOD
632 9268 NOAH DAVIS
632 9174NOAH DAVIS
633 9191 NOAH DAVIS
634 GILFORDE&W
635 US90&GRIFFISRD
641 PINETOP&PONDEROSA
642 9188PINETOP
643 9633PINETOP
646 7718CR139B
647 CR139B&WATSON RD
647 7791CR139B
649 7928KLEINRD
650 7879 KLEIN RD
652 KLEIN&DEWDROP
654 KLEIN@DEAD END



646 5810 LAURAMORE RD
647 5570LAURAMORERD
648 TOMWILKRSN&HUCKLBE
649 12169TOMWILKRSN
649 TOMWILKRSN&SHORTWAY
650 CR 23B& ROLLING MEADOWS
650 11829TOMWILKERSON
652 11899TOMWILKERSON
653 11985TOMWILKERSON
653 11956 FAYE RD
654 11847 FAYE RD
654 CR228&121
655 628 CR 228
655 459 N THST
700 BCHS



637 CHESTNUT&J M RANCH
638 6207CHESTNUT
639 6061 CHESTNUT
640 COTTONWOOD& CAMPHOR
641 ASPEN&GUM
642 WILLOW&SCRUBOAK
643 ASPEN &GEO HODGES
645 WILLIS HODGES@ END
649 BARBER RD@ RHODEN MH
650 BARBER RD& RHODEN DR
652 CARYBARBER&DOUGLAS



628 5CHURCH&LANE
629 5CHURCH&CLAYTON
630 CHURCH &FAITHTEM
632 CHURCH& NANCYWILL
634 CR127&LEEGIVEN
635 CR127&DOLPHIN
637 TONYGIVEN1DRRT
638 TONYGIVEN &CR229
640 CR229&EJPAIGE



555 BFFINLEY&JOHN MANN
610 5519CR231
615 DEREKARLINE RD @OL PARK
618 DOBSONAVE1 HS&MH
618 DOBSONAVE1MHLEFT
622 5147SHAWST


624 5260 NFR209
625 KIRKLANDLN
626 NFR209&HAWKTR
627 5316NFR209
628 5299 MAIN ST
629 LAKESIDE LN@ OLD SCHOOL
632 5331 SAM GRIFFIS RD


635 CASONRD1STHSONLT
637 5551 CR250A@ MOORE RES
640 CR 250 A@ MICHAELCASON RD
645 BCCI MH PARKWARDEN CIRC


604 CR 229& EARNIE BRYNT
605 1120THORNTONRD
608 1459PINERIDGEDR
612 BOYCE RD & PECAN CIRCLE
614 1465 BARFIELD RD
616 CLAR DOBBS & BELMONT SMITH
617 13705 CLARENCE DOBBS RD
618 14410CLARENCE DOBBSRD
619 14508 CLARENCE DOBBS RD
620 SCR229&STEEDRD
622 SAPPRD&ROYROGERS
623 13927SAPPRD
624 13897SAPPRD
627 13498CLET HARVEYRD
628 13298 CLET HARVEY RD
629 12292CLETHARVEY
630 12142CLETEHARVEY
631 CLETHARVEY&BAIRD LN
633 3487 CLIFFORD DUGGER
634 3645 CLIFFORD DUGGERRD
635 11718CLETHARVEY
636 CLETE HARVEY &KUJALALN
639 10283 CLET HARVEY RD
641 LEHARVEY&DONNIEMORAN RD
642 3896LE HARVEY RD
643 LE HARVEY& BRIARBUSH
644 LE HARVEY&GALLBERRY
646 9414MUDLAKERD
647 9100 MUDLAKE RD



626 21439PLGRVCHURCH
627 21370 RED MAPLE CIRC
628 21579 KKEGAN LN @ RED MAPLE
629 21027 LILA HARVEY RD
635 LILA HARVEY & PINEYWOODS LN
638 OCHORNE&LEAMON
642 OC HORNE &JAMES BENNETTRD
643 20345 BENNYJOE BENNETT
645 20503 BENNYJOEBENNETT
647 BENNYJOEBENN &FRENDALN
648 OCHORNE&BENFISH
649 20080 NOAH RAULERSON RD
650 NOAH RAULERSON & DOLLIE LN
651 19644 NOAH RAULERSON RD
652 18274NOAH RAULERSON RD
654 11225 CLARENCE BENNETTRD
655 17442CR127
659 11464HOLL RHODEN RD
701 TURNERCEM&HARRYPL
702 TURNERCEM&CUYLER



633 5913 CHARLIE ROWE RD
634 6013 CHARLIE ROWE
635 5814CWWEBB
638 5930CWWEBB
638 6156CWWEBB
640 CWWEBB&CEDAR
641 CWWEBB&BLACKJACK
641 CWWEBB&PERSIMMON
642 PERSIMMON@CURVE
643 10110 PERSIMMON
644 10076 PERSIMMON RD
645 LASTDW BEFORE ASH RD
651 208WOLFEDR
652 4158WOLFE DR
652 WOLF&CANAL
653 CANAL & PETE JOHNSON
654 3644PETEJOHNSON
655 9559 WM BARBER RD @ PENELO
655 4059 BABER BROS CIRC



616 7180BILL DAVIS
620 10880 REID STAFFORD
620 REID STAFF&RIDGE EST
621 8048 GRITS MILL RD
625 7315 FRED PERRY RD
625 6953 FRED PERRY RD
632 SMOKEYRD&KNOCKER LN
636 QUAIL HOLLOW&GLEN NURSERY
640 TOMADAMS&SMOKEYRD
641 SMOKEYRD&RUSTIC PIN
642 SMOKEYRD& HOPKINS
644 8549 US 90
646 9970 KATHYJO RD
647 7968 AUNT MARY HARVEY RD
649 ANDREW RAULERSON @1STCRV
649 10378 ANDREW RAULERSON
651 7557WESTMADISON
651 MADISON &STODDARD
652 MADISON &CLINTON
654 US90&JEFFERSON



645 MILTNDALE&JERRYCIR
646 MILTONDALE &AZALEA


646 MILTNDALE& MAGNOLIA
647 6881 MILTONDALE
648 7065 MILTONDALE
649 MILTNDALE&OAKDALE
649 MILTONDALE&WELLS
650 MILTNDALE& MICHELLE
651 6228 MILTONDALE
652 5984RIVERCIRCLE
653 6075 RIVER CIRCLE


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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS


6293 RIVER CIRCLE
SUZANNE&THOMASCIR
10658SUSANNE
SUSANNE&CHRISTIE
911 CHRISTIE CT
CHRISTIE CT& OWEN AC
OWEN ACRE& AG CENTER
10650STMARYCIRCLEW
DROP OFF BCHS STUDENTS
OWEN ACRE &AG CENTER
CHRISTIE CT& OWEN AC
SUSANNE&CHRISTIE
SUSANNE&THOMAS
RIVERCIRCLE
MILTONDALE & AZALEA
MILTONDALE& JERRY
MILTONDALE& BARBARA
DROPOFF BCMS STUDENTS


642 BOBKIRKLAND&N40
643 BOBKIRK&SANDSDALE
644 BOBKIRKLAND
644 BOB KIRK& BOBBY RAY
645 6152BOBKIRKLAND
645 CR23A&CORNBREAD
646 CR23A&SANDSPOINT
647 1111COPPERFIELD
647 1129COPPERFIELD
648 1138COPPERFIELD
648 COPPERFIELD&COPPERCREEK
649 1283COPPERCREEK
650 NLOWDER&LYONSLN
651 746NLOWDER
652 555NLOWDER
654 NLOWDER&CONSTITUTION
655 NLOWDER&KATIE
656 NLOWDER&CHIPSHOT
656 NLOWDER&WHEELER
657 49NLOWDER


652 9801GLENWOOD DR
653 9695GLENWOOD DR
654 9682GLENWOOD DR
655 GLENWOOD&FOREST
657 GLENWOOD& BRIARWOOD
701 CR125&BLAIRCIR
703 WALTER DAVIS & MADISON
705 MADISON &MORNINGSID
706 11161WESTSIDELOOP
707 1119WESTSIDELOOP
708 11063WESTSIDELOOP
BCMSTOWESTO BCHS IN PM


620 CR122&DARRIELN
621 13234CR122
624 12076CR122
625 CR122&OAKMOSS
627 CR122&BAHIATRAIL
630 11621CR122
632 CR127&OSCARTHOMAS
633 21166CR127
636 OC HORNE&FRANKCOMBS
638 20407CR127
641 CR127&ALTMANSWAY
643 1ST DRIVE ON BLUFF CREEK
645 BLUFFCREEK&TIMBERLAND
648 TIMBERLAND 1STDRAFTERSTOP
649 TIMBERLAND&OSCEOLA
650 1103OSCEOLA
651 110560SCEOLA
652 11181 OSCEOLA
655 19260CR127
657 18493CR127
658 18288CR127
659 CR127&BLUEBIRD
702 CR127&HUMMINGBIRD


641 1178DEERWOOD
642 11251DEERWOOD
644 NORTH &FOXRIDGE


646 NORTH &TIMBERLANE
651 NORTH&4THST
654 NORTH &5TH
656 NORTH&7THST
657 NORTH @ LEE&BAKER MH
700 BCHS
705 NORTH @ LEE&BAKER MH
706 NORTH&7THST
708 NORTH BTWN121&228
711 NORTH&4THST
712 NORTH&3RDST
713 NORTH &TIMBERLANE
715 NORTH &FOXRIDGE
717 DEERWOOD@STOPSIGN
718 11243 DEERWOODCIR
722 EAST&SOUTH
724 BCMS

555 CR250
600 TYLERBLANKS
605 JACKDOWLING
607 JACKDOWLING
608 21931 JACKDOWLING
610 21827 LSCOMBS&JACKDOW
611 15036JACKDOWLING
612 21728COYTAYLOR
615 26087CR250
618 24267 EDDYGRADE
619 22614EDDYGRADE
621 14575 AUZZIE HARVEY
622 22689THANNIE HARVEY
624 22478 HILLTOP
625 22387 HILLTOP
628 22352 HILLTOP
632 HILLTOP
640 22019TOM RAY
645 21549THANNIE HARVEY
646 TAYLORSTORE
648 22442 DOYLEWILLIAMS
650 23843CR125
653 MCKENDREELN


640 DEERFIELD&JUNKYARD
641 WSOUTHWOOD& DEERFIELD
642 4414DEERFIELD
644 ESOUTHWOOD&DEERFIELD
646 HONEYWLKRSN&ORANGE
653 CR 228& GRIFFIS RD


636 WOODLWN&GLNFLD OAKS
637 WOODLWN@MHPARK
638 WOODLWN&WILLWILKR
638 WOODLWN& IVY HODGES
640 CR125 &PARMALEE
641 ANDREWS


ANDREWS
6493 ANDREWS
RIVEROAKCIR
RIVEROAKCIR
ANDREWS&CR125
CR125&PARMALEE
CR125 @ LITTLE PLAYMATES
GEOTABER @ MHPARK
GEOTABER@CHURCH
GEOTABER> RRTRACK


642 CR139&JOHNWILLIAM
646 CR139&KINGRUISE
648 KING RUISE@CHURCH
653 CR139&THOMPSON RD


635 ORB RHODEN &JOHN ALLEN
636 ORBRHODEN&ANNE RD
637 ORBEYRHODEN& PHEASANT
640 18248CR125
641 CR125&AARON FISH
642 CR125 & SMALL BRANCH
643 17488CR125
645 17142CR125
650 CR125&JOEY
651 12759NCR125
652 CR125&HOMESTEAD
653 11330NCR125
654 CR125&PINEACRES


639 SHAVESBLUFF@END
640 4604SHAVESBLUFF
641 4684SHAVES BLUFF
642 4739 SHAVES BLUFF
643 4777 SHAVES BLUFF
643 4817 SHAVESBLUFF
644 BKUE HOLE&SIGERTR
645 5434BLUEHOLERD
646 5466 BLUE HOLE RD
647 5574BLUEHOLERD
648 15615SR121>STORE
649 SR121&EVAJONES
649 145495R121
650 SR121B4HARTHRFT
653 HARLTHRIFT@BUTCH
654 5811 HARLTHRIFT
654 6007 HARLTHRIFT
659 13493TALLPINE
701 13399TALLPINE
702 CR23A&GRAMPSTR
703 CR23A&MARTRHODEN
704 13408CR23A


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excitement of Baton twirling!
The All- American Twirling Academy includes BC Middle/ High
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* First time beginners through advanced


* Ages 4 through High School
* Registration and Twirling
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We are still accepting enrollment for the

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We would like to invite you to join us at our



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Saturday, August 21

9:00 am 12:00 pm


CALL 259-4899

Corner of Madison St. & Sherman Ave. Glen St. Mary

*******. ********* ***** ***


New focus on bus safety


The Baker County school sys-
tem and sheriffs department
want to make sure parents and
school bus riders are aware of
numerous road and behavior
rules in effect as the new school
year begins this week.
Sheriff Joey Dobson reminded
motorists that they must stop for
school buses with flashing red
lights and safety arms extended
- except on divided highways
with a five-foot paved space or
physical barrier separating the
travel lanes.
The school district has more
numerous rules in effect for
students riding on school buses.
They can be summed up by say-


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have and accept that their safety
is in the hands of bus drivers who
are in charge.
Among the rules:
The driver is in charge of the
bus and in control of all riders.
Students must obey the driver at
all times and the driver has the
right to assign students to spe-
cific seats to ensure safety and
discipline.
Eating, drinking, chewing
gum, use and possession of alco-
hol, drugs or tobacco products is
forbidden.
Silence is required at all rail-
road crossings, and riders should
refrain from conversing with


drives unless necessary.
Students should be at their
assigned stops on time in the
morning at least five minutes
prior to scheduled pickup.
They should stand off the
roadway while waiting for a bus,
and wait for a driver's signal to
cross the street to board.
Students are not allowed on
other buses, or to get off at stops
other than assigned, without
notes signed by a principal.
Students are expected to re-
main in their seats when the bus
is in motion and face forward.
Feet and legs should not be in
aisles or outside windows.


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(4 5 fy362 South ouvud Eu
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2 (90}2 405MOS Fa: (94 259-379

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Starting Monday, August 23, the --
Baker County Pre-K/Kindergarten ,V 'I .I
Center will have a new afternoon --- '
student pickup route. - 1 I ''
All traffic will enter South Blvd. from ll .. i
the west which is a one-way street :
from 7:00 am 4:30 pm. The left and -"
center lane will be bus and thru traffic. --
The right lane will be the parent pick-.
up lane. Vehicles for student pickup i I ?
will turn right at the superintendent/ '-'-
new school board room (signs will be T_-
posted). Circle thru the parent staging
area to a gate where you will be directed when to proceed to the student pick up area.
Parents wishing to go to the front office will follow the bus route and park in the designated park-
ing places in front of the Pre-K/Kdg. Center.
This change is being made in order to provide all the students, staff and parents with the safest
and most convenient method possible.
Thankyou for your help in making this new traffic pattern work.






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KEEPINGG THE PEOPLE OF BIMEe COUNTY FIST"

No matter if you were born here or have recently moved to Baker
County, we are all in this together. Baker County is our home.
New and long time residents share the same concerns about our
community.
Together, we are the people. Our needs are the same.
We need an advocate for:

1. Fiscal Responsibility- We can't afford to waste money. We must
actively pursue increased industry and revenues for the county without burden-
ing the taxpayers.

2. Public Safety & Emergency Services- The safety and
security of our families is what allows us to enjoy living in Baker County. The
needs of fire, rescue and law enforcement are essential to effective emergency
response.

3. Services for the Elderly- Our senior citizens have already made
important contributions to our community. Much of what we enjoy in life is the
result of their hard work. Their needs must always be addressed.

4. Recreational Programs- We have a responsibility to continue
funding and expanding programs where possible to include youth and adults,
both male and female. Investments in our youth insure our future.

5. Small Business Owners- When they do well and hire local
people, it is a boon to our county.

6. A Thriving Community- Time is moving forward and so
should the county. We can proud of the progress Baker County has made so far.
The safety and quality of life we enjoy here help to promote a positive image for
attracting business and industry to our area. We have to keep moving forward.

7. Family Life- The well being of our families depends on their needs in the
community being met. Just listening to the needs of people isn't enough. A com-
missioner must be able to relate to the people he or she serves.

The candidate who has experienced the struggles of the everyday man and
woman trying to make ends meet and take care of their families.
The candidate who believes understanding the lives of the people you serve
matters in this race.

The candidate who will represent....YOU


MATURITY & LIFE EXPERIENCE MATTER!
www.donniestarling.com
Political advertisement paid for and approved by Donnie Starling (D) for County Commissioner District 4.


Thursday, August 19, 2010


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SOCIAL&SCHOOL


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19
AUGUST 19, 2010


SOCIAL NOTICE SUBMISSION INFORMATION CONTACT US
Birth announcements, wedding notices and social events (military service notes and school graduations) must By phone at 904.259.2400 or by fax at 904.259.6502. You can stop by our office located at 104 S. Fifth Street,
be submitted within four weeks of the event. All news and advertising must be submitted to the newspaper
office prior to 5:00 p.m. on the Monday prior to publication, unless otherwise noted or arranged. It is requested Macclenny, FL or mail your submission to PO Box 598, Macclenny, FL 32063.
that all news items be typed or emailed to insure accuracy in print. We are available online at www.bakercountypress.com


Bodhi-Daniel Williams

Born July 27th
Morgan Jace Williams of
Sanderson is pleased to an-
nounce the birth of brother Bo-
dhi-Daniel Maddox Williams on
July 27, 2010 at Baptist Medical
Center. Bodhi-Daniel weighed 9
lbs., 2 oz. and was 191/2 inches
long.
Proud parents are Megan
Franks and Robert Williams of
Sanderson. Grandparents in-
clude George and Susan Franks
of Glen St. Mary, Bobby and
Glenda Williams of St. Augus-
tine, Pete and Wanda Davis of
Sanderson and the late Ann Da-
vis.

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. Testing fee
of $70, valid picture ID and social
security card are required at reg-
istration. For more information
contact Wanda Conner at 259-
0403.


BAILEY AND SARAH FOURAKER ARE
EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE THE BIRTH OF
THEIR NEW SISTER
"EMILY GRACE FOURAKER"
EMILY WAS BORN ON JULY 14 2010,
WEIGHED 7 LB. 15 OZ. AND
WAS 19.25 IN. LONG.
HER PROUD PARENTS ARE ROCK AND
SABRINA FOURAKER OF BRYCEVILLE
GRANDPARENTS ARE
DAVID & TERRI HAIR OF GLEN, ANE
EARL & Lou-ELLEN FOURAKER
OF BRYCEVILLE.


Many thanks
Thank you to everyone who
made our shower such a success.
We received many gifts, hugs and
well wishes.
A special thank you to John
and Donna Finley for opening
their home to our family and
friends and also to our hostesses
Mildred, Donna and Debbie Fin-
ley, Denise Harvey and Cheryl
Christmas for making our day so
special.
We are excited to begin our
new journey in Tallahassee, but
Baker County will always be our
home and we will miss you all
very much.
Love Always,
Macey and JJ Finley

Sincere thanks
The Brantley family would
like to thank all the friends,
family, Dr. Ernolhazy and ER
team at Ed Fraser Memorial and
complete strangers who prayed
for our precious baby Anna. The
doctors declared her a medical
miracle and sent her back home
to us on July 21st. There are no
words strong enough to express
our thanks to you all.
Thankyou,
Derrick and Shelley Brantley
and Family
For our hearts shall rejoice
in Him, because we have
trusted in His holy name.
Psalm 33:21

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Stationery
Invoices
Business Cards
Envelopes
Invitations
THE OFFICE MART


Happy 1st Birthday


Gateway

notes its

honor list
Both the high honor (Presi-
dent's List) and honors (Vice-
president's List) list of students
during the spring semester at
Lake City Community College
(now Florida Gateway College)
have been released.
With high honors (4.0 av-
erage) from Baker County
are: Mikesha Bowden, Dustin
Brown, Amber Cernik, Daniell
Crews, Miranda Crews, Shayla
Goethe, Amanda Hall, Jessica
Morrison, Jason Pryde, William
Raulerson, Jessica Reed, Mitch-
ell Robertson and Emily Under-
wood.
With honors (3.5 average
of higher with no grade below
C) are: Renee Burnsed, Dani-
elle Cole, Rachel Davis, Alyssa
Donaldson, Kellie Dopson, Mi-
chael Hodges, Brittany Homitz,
Charles Jackson Jr., Dennie
Ledford, Jennifer Mann, Sarah
Mobley, Douglas Parker, Cour-
teney Poole, Brandi Rhoden,
Nathan Sharpe, Danielle Walk-
dron, Bryan Walker, Wynesha
Wallace, Rebecca Wilds and
Jeremiah Yoder.

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.


School Lunch
MENU
August 23 August 27

Offered everyday:
Cold lunch plate of chef salad with
wheat roll or crackers and dessert
(when offered) 1% lowfat white
milk, 12% lowfat flavored milk,
orange juice.
I.. i.,.I ,tust23
Breakfast: Breakfast burrito, peach
slices, milk
Lunch: Slice of pepperoni pizza or
chunky chicken noodle soup with a
homemade wheat roll choice of 2 sides:
seasoned mixed vegetables, tossed salad
with dressing, chilled fruit choice
Tr,, .. 1. 1,. I.-, ..,- ti 24
Breakfast: Sausage biscuit, peach slices
and milk
Lunch: Taco salad with a homemade
wheat roll or grilled ham and cheese
sandwich, choice of 2 sides: golden corn,
lettuce and tomato blend, fresh fruit
choice
Wednesday, A,.g.i 2 25
Breakfast: Cereal with a slice of toast,
fruit juice, milk
Lunch: Mexican burrito with salsa or
chicken nuggets with a homemade wheat
roll, choice of 2 sides: green beans with
new potatoes, creamy coleslaw, chilled
fruit and fruit crisp
Thursday, August 26
Breakfast: Toasted cheese sandwich,
fruit juice, milk
Lunch: Sloppy Joe on bun or beef
vegetable soup with a grilled cheese
sandwich, choice of 2 sides: baked french
fries, raw veggies with low fat ranch
dressing, chilled fruit choice
Fri.I 1. .l.., t ,i 27
Breakfast: Pancake and sausage on a
stick, fruit juice and milk
Lunch: Golden corndog or glazed ham
slice with macaroni and cheese and a
homemade wheat roll, choice of 2 sides:
baked beans crispy coleslaw, chilled fruit
choice and a schoolmade cookie


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Love of our life
Mom, Dad, Grandparents,
and Family


Lordy... Lordy...
My hubby has hit 40!!
Loving You always,
and wishing you a

tfo wy ifhSabra
Your wife, Sabra


Happy Birthday to Our Mom
FLORIE M. HODGES
On her 90th Birthday: August 21
You have a very special place
In our thoughts and in our hearts"
Vanis Hodges (Sarah); Eva Willis;
Evelyn Holland; Roxie Jones and Joyce Davis


Lordy... Lordy...
Our Daddy is finally 40!!
Love You Dad! Your
children, Raishell,
Raiford, David & Mark
Haiaj birth dau0


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Classified ads and notices must be paid
in advance, and be in our office no later
than 4:00 pm the Monday preceding
publication, unless otherwise arranged
in advance. Ads can be mailed provided
they are accompanied by payment and
instructions. They should be mailed to:
Classified Ads, The Baker County Press,
P.O. Box 598, Macclenny, FL 32063. We
cannot assume responsibility for accuracy
of ads or notices given over the telephone.
Liability for errors in all advertising will be
limited to the first publication only. If after
that time, the ad continues to run without
notification of error by the person oragen-
cy for whom it was published, then that
party assumes full payment responsibility.
The Baker County Press reserves the right
to refuse advertising or any other material
which in the opinion of the publisher does
not meet standards of publication.





Browning .300 lever action, $450; .280
bolt-action Browning $450; Husqvarna
tiller $300. 813-5968. 8/19-8/26p
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
18.8 4 Winns Boat $3500. Garage
kept, great condition set up for skiing
and fishing. Seats 8-10 people. Included
with boat: skies, hydro slide, life jackets,
canopy top, boat cover. Please call Mike
904-838-3320. 8/19p
Bankruptcies, divorce, wills and any
other court documents prepared, no-
tary service. Call John Swanson at 257-
9033. 6/17tfc
Little girls winter clothes size 4, five
outfits, three dresses one red velvet,
three tops, denim skirt never worn all
$60. Size 3 one outfit, three dresses -
one dark purple velvet, one pajamas $20.
All worn very little, excellent condition.
Call 259-2183. 8/19p
Artists. Oils, acrylics, water colors,
Canvases, drawing pads and much
more. On sale now. The Office Mart, 110
S. Fifth Street, 259-3737. tfc
1996 Honda 300 ATV, low hours, excel-
lent condition $1800. 653-2194. 8/19p





1992 Chevy Astro Van, high mileage,
runs good, A/C works, $850. 653-2194.
8/19p
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. 8/19c
2009 Chevrolet Impala LT PW, PL, PS,
AC, AM/FM CD, Keyless remote start,
$13,590. 904 422-3633. 8/19c
2009 Chevrolet Cobalt 2LTauto, PW, PL,
AM/FM CD, tilt ,cruise, keyless remote,
alloy wheels, as low as $9,999. 904 422-
3633. 8/19c
2009 Chevrolet Avalanche LTZ 4x4 low
miles, loaded, full power, navigation,
DVD, sunroof, alloy wheels. One owner,
new car trade. Save $15,000. 904 422-
3633. 8/19c
2005-2008 Trailblazers, 2WD and 4WD,
Four to choose from as low as $14,995
904 422-3633. 8/19c
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.
8/19c
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. 8/19c
2005 Chevrolet Silverado Crew Cab Z71
4X4 silver/charcoal cloth PW, PL, PS,
cruise, CD, AC, alloy wheels, $13,995
904 422-3633. 8/19c
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. 8/19c
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. 8/19c
2009 Dodge Caravan SXT Stow & Go
Edition, PW, PL, Am/FM CD, AC Great
vehicle for the family only $16,990 904
422-3633. 8/19c
2007-2009 Chevy Tahoes, 5 to choose
from, 2WD, 4WD, LT & LS from $18,990
422-3633. 8/19 c
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.


8/19c
2008 Pontiac G6 GT Extra clean, V6, PW,
PL, keyless remote AM/FM CD, Cold AC,
Alloy wheels, Hurry. $13,890 904 422-
3633. 8/19c
2007 Chevy Silverado 2500, Crew Cab
Z-71, Duramax Diesel, Low Miles, Won't
last! 422-3633. 8/19c
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. 8/19c
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. 8/19c


2008 Chevy Uplander LS, carry kids in
style, $14,777 904 422-3633. 8/19c
2008 Chevy Silverado Z71 Crew Cab
LTZ 4x4, white, Save Thousands.
$28,990.904-422-3633. 8/19c





Christian childcare, my home, days or
nights seven days a week, licensed 23
years, meals and snacks provided. Cathy
Thomas 259-3678. 8/19p
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





Shelties, AKC, sable and white and tri-
color. Beautiful and fluffy, ready 8/26,
$375. 259-7794. 8/19-8/26p
Dogs: all types from puppies to adults.
Animal Control, $65 adoption fees will
apply. 259-6786. 11/20tfc
Free to good home, spayed and de-
clawed cat, 5-6 years old, loves kids,
needs to be an only cat. 259-3666.
8/19p
Free kittens and cats, yellow, yellow and
white, multi-colored calicos, male and
female. 259-5345. 8/19p
Happy Jack Mange Medicine promotes
healing and hair growth to any mange,
bare spot, on dongs and horses without
steroids. Glen cash store. 259-2391.
www.happyjackinc.com 8/19-9/9p
Beagles, four adult and four puppies,
three months old, all females, $50 adults,
$75 puppies. 904-259-6426. 8/19p





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Salesman wanted at Wayne Frier Home
Center of Macclenny. Interviews on
Thursday between 10:00 am and 1:00
pm. Walk-in only. 5293 Woodlawn Road
in Macclenny. 8/19-8/26c
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-
sonville. 18 month TT exp. TWIC card.
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-
dren. 904-259-1373. 8/5-8/26p
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
Owner Operators: Dry/Reefer Freight.
75% of line haul. 100% fuel surcharge.
We have more freight than we can han-
dle. West coast and east coast. You'll be
busy. Don't let this opportunity pass you
by! CDL-A, Clean MVR. 3 years Experi-
ence required. Call now: 800-745-1146
ext. 127 8/19-8/26p
2nd shift storeroom clerk, must have
computer knowledge. We are an EECC
drug free workplace. 401K, health/den-
tal/life insurance, paid holidays/vaca-
tions. Apply at Gilman Building Prod-
ucts, Sawmill, 6640 CR 218, Maxville, Fl
32234 or fax resume to 904-289-7736.
8/12-8/19c
OTR driver needed, must have at least
two years experience. Call 904-625-7925
for more information, leave message if
no answer. 8/19p
Class "A" Industrial Mechanic. Must
have 5 years industrial experience. We
are an EECC. drug free workplace.
401K, health/dental, life insurance, paid
holidays/vacations. Apply at Gilman
Building Products, Sawmill, 6640 CR
218, Maxville, Fl 32234 or fax resume to
(904) 289-7736. 8/12-8/19c
Needed, nail technician, Nina's Hair-
styling Day Spa and Merle Norman
Cosmetics 259-3428. 589 S. 6th Street,
Macclenny. Please apply in person.
8/12-8/26p


Looking for an experienced alignment
technician with some mechanic and tire
work knowledge. Alignment experience a
must. Apply at Mixon Tire and Lube, 112
S. 6th. 259-8555. 8/19p





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OBO. 727-517-0983. 7/29-8/19p


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3 BR, 1 BA block home, new appli-
ances, new carpet, large lot, large shed,
221 Ivy Street. Reduced, $96,000. Pos-
sible owner financing. 259-8974.
7/22-8/29p
3 acres, high and dry, fish pond,
homes or mobile homes, set-up includ-
ed, 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.
8/19p


Beautiful riverfront property in Mac-
clenny, 12.35 acres on Little St. Mary,
gated and fenced. 904-710-3472.
8/12-8/19p
FSBO, 2500 SF brick home on five
acres, Hills of Glen, 11536 Confeder-
ate 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





3 BR, 2 BA, A/C, $850/month, $850
deposit. 813-3091. 8/19tfc
2 BR, 2 BA mobile home, new H/A, new
appliances, extra clean, service animals
only, $650 deposit, $650/month. 259-
2121. 7/1tfc
Efficiency apartment $525/month,
first, last and $300 deposit. Includes
electric, lawn service, trash and water.
259-7335. 8/12tfc
Small 2 BR trailer in Cuyler, $435/
month. Call 861-7293 or 259-1188.
8/19p
Mobile homes. 2 and 3 BR, A/C, service
animals only, $500-$575 plus deposit.
904-860-4604. 3/17tfc
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.
8/19p


Located in Copper Creek Hills 3 BR, 2
BA 1744 SF heated and cooled with at-
tached two-car garage that is 410 SF
Sitting on just over a third of an acre.
Fenced backyard with lanai, master bed-
room has sitting room and whirlpool tub.
This lot still has room to build on. Previ-
ously listed at $237,500, new listing is
$219,000. Please call 904-607-8821 or
904-259-3065. Or you can email at Cas-
wheel@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
3 BR, 1 1/2 BA two story house 1661 SF,
fenced yard, new floors, 121 Morris Ave-
nue behind fire station. To see inside call
386-546-2608 or 904-226-1869 for ap-
pointment. $850/month, $400 deposit.
8/19-8/26p
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
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 mainte-
nance provided, rent $385-$550, family
neighborhood. 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, 2 BA two acres of land in Hills of
Glen, $650/month, first last and $400
deposit. 259-7335. 8/12tfc
2 BR, 2 BA, completely remodeled, small
2 BR, 2 BA very nice. Both on the river.
259-6528, 424-9589. 8/19p
Homes and mobile homes for rent from
$750-850 monthly. 259-2255 or 813-
1580. 11/13tfc
3 BR, 2 BA mobile home 1/2 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. 8/19p
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
Harvey Road. 275-2771. 8/12-8/19p
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

Charlton Visiting Nurses
in need of an RN for home
health visits in Charlton and
Camden counties.
SIGN-ON BONUS included
Call 912-462-6773 or
800-446-9116 to set up
interview or email resume to
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PICTURE PERFECT! MLS# 543868 This 4BR 2.5
BA home has plenty of room to roam. w/office.
Completely remodeled. Brick house w/in ground
pool. $279,000
EYE IT, YOU'LL BUY IT! MLS# 532870 Short sale.
3BR 1 BA home on nice cornerlot acrossthe streetfrom
YMCA complex in the heart of MacClenny. $69,000
ADORABLE! MLS# 501902 This 2BR 1BA home sits
on an acre of land. Leave the city behind and enjoy
your peaceful surroundings from the front porch.
$77,000
READY & WAITING! MLS# 473393 Two acres ready
to go. Zoned for houses and mobile homes. This
property will not disappoint. $80,000
SHOWS LIKE A MODEL!- MLS# 539188 This 3BR
2BA home is located in Sands Point Subdivision on cul
desac. Offerssomuch! $180,000
PARADISE FOUND! MLS# 531346 This 4BR 2BA
2,452 SF home sits on 1 acre. Located in Settler's
Ridge. Formal living rm & dining rm. 1 Year home
warranty. $219,900
LOVE AT 1sT SIGHT! 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
NOT A SHORT SALE! MLS# 543382 Beautiful
home features gourmet kitchen with double oven &
small island. Formal living rm & separate din. room.
Screened patio and faux wood blinds throughout.
$178,999


BUYA LIFESTYLE! MLS#530336This4BR2BA 1,949
SF hm is full of charm &sits on almost 5 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
WHAT A VIEW! MLS# 543540 Fifteen acres
completely cleared and grassed for you to build your
dream home. Beautiful country setting. $231,900
DREAM COME TRUE! 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
OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS! MLS# 529124 Large
3BR 3BA 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
WANTED: NEW OWNERS! MLS# 541234 Enjoy this
quiet country neighborhood. Brick front/vinyl siding.
4BR 2BA hm sits on huge.90 acre lot. Largefamily rm,
eat in kitchen & more. $199,900
UP GRADES GALORE! MLS# 543868 This 4BR 2BA
3,108 SF home has plenty of room to roam. Brick
house w/in ground pool on 1 acre. Detached brick
storage building. $279,000
LIVE THE GOOD LIFE! 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/workshopwith office & half
bath. Gorgeous property. $240,000


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Maxville, 3 BR, 1 BA $575/month; 3 BR,
2 BA $650/month; 3 BR, 2 BA doublewide
$850/month, plus deposits. 904-289-
7784 or 591-1763. 8/19p
709 Short Putt, 3 BR, 2 BA $850/month,
$1000 deposit. 53 Macclenny Avenue
West, 1 BR apartment $500/month, $500
deposit. Garlon Webb, Monarch. 408-
9146. 8/19p





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




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. jm_martin23@Yahoo.com
8/12-9/2c
Prestige Home Centers, every model
must go. Let's deal 866-605-7255.
9/10tfc
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
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


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Brand new, 3 BR, 2 BA set up with new
AC, $35,900. Call Jared at 904-259-4663.
jmmartin23@yahoo.com 8/12-9/2c
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
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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Woods in the preseason


FAT LADY
ROBERT GERARD

Though former GatorTimTebow
struggled a little in his opening NFL
game, Bear Woods of Macclenny
shone for the Atlanta Falcons.
Woods played most of the second
half at middle linebacker Saturday
for Atlanta, calling the defensive
plays and coming up with some
good tackles.
Woods also got a lot of face time
from the television cameras. His
red dreadlocks make him very rec-
ognizable, and the cameras would
focus on the former Baker High
Wildcat as he read the defensive
signals.
The commentators discussed
Woods moving from high school
quarterback and safety to walk-on
linebacker in college at Troy State.
The more quality playing time he
gets the better chance he'll have to
make the Falcons'53-man roster.
The long-awaited debut of
Tebow's pro career with the Denver
Broncos began on Sunday night.
Tebow and the Broncos took on a
very formidable Cincinnati Bengals
team and lost 33-24.
Tebow played much of the sec-
ond half and went 8 for 13 for 105
yards and ran fora touchdown.
He is sitting in the third spot be-
hind starter Kyle Orton and Brady


Quinn. He looked confident and
was able to hit his check-off re-
ceivers. One of his long passes was
dropped in the first series.
The Heisman winner didn't
shine but also wasn't a bust. In
short, it was about what you can
expect from a rookie. Sam Bradford
and Colt McCoy showed the same
freshman jitters in their opening
games.
Tebow has been working a lot
on his throwing motion and in
most of his passing opportunities
it showed. When he was under
pressure, however, he dropped his
arm like he did in college and was
almost victimized for it when Cincy
knocked the ball out of his hand.
But he showed a good ability to
handle the rush and the speed of
the NFL and he did score.To Gator
fans it was that run on the last play
of the game that epitomized why
Tebow is perhaps the greatest col-
lege football player ever and cer-
tainly the best of his generation.


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Country home witl beautitul pasture land
and huge pecan shade trees all on 5.50 acres.
$159,000


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PHOTOS BY JUD JOHNSON
Above, Falon Lee, at right top the Sulkowski brothers and at right Jeremy Wannamaker during Saturday's scrimmage.


Wildcats coming together

Scrimmage preps squad for first game
For the last week the Baker
High Wildcat football team has
basically been living, eating and
working together as it moves
down the home stretch to the
Kickoff Classic on August 27 at
West Nassau.
The Cats have been attend-
ing summer football camp and
Coach Ryan Sulkowski and his
staff have been doing 2- and 3-
a-day workouts to get them into
shape.
"We've been building a team,"
said Sulkowski. 'That's what you
do in camp, it's all about finding
team chemistry." M r-
Some of what they've been
experiencing has been positive
and some has been challenging.
But through it all the picture is
becoming clearer for Sulkowski.
He has been working to elimi- .
nate the two platoon system """' ..
where the very best players are
on both offense and defense.
That can wear on a player over I
the course of a long season.
So far, Sulkowski has elimi-
nated all but five players from
double platooning. Kendrick Singleton as Coach Sulkowski looks on.
"I've said all along it's about
having your best 11 players on the drick Sampson and Jeremy Wan- be for the West Nassau gan
field at all times, and we're going namaker go head-to-head for the and the start of the season versi
to do that even if it means some starting role. Crescent City. But as the seasc
folks have to play both ways," he "Right now it's a dead heat at gets closer you can be sure th;
said. "But we're trying to cut it quarterback," the coach said. the intensity will ramp up and v
down as much as we can." Wannamaker is better at read- will keep you informed.
Sulkowski is encouraged by ing defenses while Sampson has
the turnout and the way the team the stronger arm. r
is shaping up. He's had o1t play- There's no telling which will eD v et
ers in camp counting the new suit up as the number-one signal
ninth graders, and enthusiasm caller, and Sulkowski isn't averse Come join all the Wildcat foo
for the new season is building. running them in and out depend- ball fans at the community-wic
That doesn't mean that it ing on the situation. pep rally this Friday, August 20
hasn't been rocky at times. After The team scrimmaged on Memorial Stadium. The Wildca
a particularly rough practice, the Saturday at Memorial Stadium will play a scrimmage game begil
team saw another side of Ryan and Sulkowski and the coaches ning at 6:00 pm. Come dressed
Sulkowski. used the game as an opportunity an "Ultimate Wildcat Fan"and yc
"We had a "Come to Jesus" to evaluate players and begin to could win $100.00 cash.The winn.
meeting where they got to know formulate a starting 11 on offense will be recognized at the first hom
exactly what I expect," he said. and defense. game the following Friday, Augu
After that, the intensity level There is still a long way to go 27.
went up and players started to
move in the direction of their po-
tential. Papa-ticking
At the moment the offense and
defense are improving at a rela- for Papa lM ike
lively even rate, which surprises
Sulkowski to some degree. Usu- -
ally, the defense improves more : -
rapidly than the offense, which C.'
requires finer tuned timing and C O N -
more repetitions. " \
Sulkowski believes the lag O NNER
comes from the new defensive for County Commissioner District -/ ,
scheme.
"They've learned a whole new
defensive system over the sum- BAKER COUNTYLITTLE LEAGUE
mer and right now their just
over-thinking a little," he said. A I A U P
"That will come with time. They FALL BALL I SIGNUPS
just have to realize that it's okay
to make mistakes."
He's quick to point out that
they should learn from their mis- Baseball
takes and not make them a sec-
ond time. softball
Sulkowski is pleased with the
level of competition at most po- Ages 5 and np
sitions. "We let them know on.
Friday that all the positions are FID Y Saturdugu t 21
open and you have to earn them," FINA AY- u-At 21
he said.
The quarterback position is 10 am to 12 pm Knabb Sports Complex
the most hotly contested as Ken-


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2010 FOOTBALL SEASON TICKETS ON SALE
August 9-12 from 7:30 am 3:30 pm
August 16-20 from 7:30 am 3:30 pm

During this time anyone can sign-up
for a drawing for unsold tickets.

The drawing will be held at the
2010 WILDCAT PEP RALLY
August 20 at 7:30 pm
at Memorial Stadium
Ticket bearer must be present and purchase
tickets at the pep rally. Tickets will be
sold in pairs, minimum two/maxi-
mum four.

2010 season will consist
of 8 HOME games.
Tickets are
$72 each


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