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904.259.2400 www.bakercountypress.com firstname.lastname@example.orgCOVERING BAKER COUNTY SINCE 1929The countys most professional and extensive source for news, classied, display and real estate listings JOEL ADDINGTONMANAGING EDITOR email@example.comThe Baker County School Board voted unanimously Monday eve ning to reduce the school districts property tax rate, but according to districts head of finance Marcelle Richardson, they didnt have much of a choice. She said all the components of the tax rate were either maxed out or set by the state. She said the total 7.245 millage rate, which equals about $7.24 per $1000 of taxable property value, could not be set any higher without prior approval from voters. The tax cut came even as the board voted 5-0 to approve the ten tative budget for 2014-15 thats 6.8 percent larger than the current years spending plan. Thanks to rising property values district-wide, the lower tax rate is expected to bring in about $12,000 more in revenue and the district will be getting more help from the state and federal governments in terms of education funding. For instance, the district budget anticipates getting an additional $679,900 boost in special revenue from the federal level and another $866,396 in per student funding from the state level, documents presented to the school board by Mrs. Richardson during a 4 pm. budget workshop on July 21 indicate. While Governor Rick Scott has been touting record spending lev els on education on the campaign trail, board member Dean Griffis said at a meeting July 28 to adopt the tentative budget and tax rate, its just not true. He said state funding for the district hit a high back in 2007-08, and this years funding is lower than at that time. He urged teachers, a group of whom were in the audience, and residents to flood the governors office with calls for more money for local schools. As in recent years, the districts new proposed $52,402,410 budget for the coming fiscal year, which starts October 1, relies on dwindling Three young sons belong ing to a Macclenny woman were turned over to relatives following her arrest the morn ing of July 24 for allowing the youngest one, age 2, to wander unattended around the yard of her residence in the Woodlawn trailer park for an hour. The child for a time pool containing little water but located just feet away from another one holding an estimated 10 inches of water. Tessa Lombardi, 31, had to be awakened by the two older boys gator Matt Riegel announced his presence shortly after the 10 am call to police from neighbor Carol Brown. door where the toddler had exited into the yard was partially ajar, a fact that Ms. Lombardi laid at the feet of a neighbor child who had spent the previous night there. The neighbor who called police said she saw the boy leave the trailer through the door and before walking into the yard where she watched him play in not attempt to get into the other one. At one point, Ms. Brown said she gave the boy a Popsicle and summoned another neighbor who idenlonging to Ms. Lombardi. She added that his being in the yard unattended is a regular occurrence. Court records indicate Ms. Lombardi was placed on probation in 2007 for possession of controlled drugs with intent to sell. She also has a record from domestic battery to petty theft and grand theft, none of which were prosecuted. bakercountypress.comVisit our website and vote each week in our online poll.SHOULD THE COUNTY COMMISSION PRIVATIZE EMS, PROVIDED IT SAVES MONEY AND EMPLOYEES ARE RETAINED?72% No 22% Yes Shot red into car on the interstateSee page 5See page 2BAKER COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD BAck to School editionEnrollments, Bus routes Lunch menus, Open house info., School calendar, + Much moreJust in time for the TAX FREE WEEKEND: August 1st 3rd PHOTO BY JOEL ADDINGTON Kids summer series ends with outdoor gamesThe Emily Taber librarys summer childrens program series came to a close the morning of July 29 with a host of outdoor games and prizes on the lawn of the library on McIver Street in Macclenny. Kids, like (from left) Alexander Hamilton, Kairi Hamilton, Izaiah Dugger and Kendall Cone above, competed in tug of war as other children circled a cake walk for a chance to win cupcakes with chocolate or vanilla frosting, or played other games. The six-week program series has blended math, science and reading lessons with entertaining activities since mid-June. Its funded by the New River Library Cooperative, of which the Taber library is a member. See more photos from the nal day on page 8.Tax millage set at states ceilingMere $12K less than 2014 Tessa LombardiAllowed toddler to wander free in yardJOEL ADDINGTONMANAGING EDITOR firstname.lastname@example.orgA Macclenny man was airlifted to the hospital with major head injuries late in the after noon of July 24 following an altercation with another man on North CR 23A. A witness with victim William Warren, 47, at the time of the incident said the fight be gan when Randall Barton Jr., 24, approached the residence at 14198 CR 23A and accused Mr. Warren of having sex with his girlfriend, according to Deputy Marc Healths report. The witness advised she walked to the side of the house, out of view of the men, until a commotion brought her back and she found Mr. Warren laying on the ground, bleeding from his head as Mr. Barton stood above him kicking the victim and cursing, the deputy said. Other witnesses in the area said Mr. Barton struck Mr. Warren in the head with a metal teapot, which was recovered from the scene with blood on it. The men allegedly left the address and sat down to talk before they started fighting once again. Witnesses described how Mr. Barton was again on top of Mr. Warren, punching him with a belt wrapped around his fist and the buckle striking the victims face, police said. Mr. Barton soon left the scene on foot, but was shortly thereafter located and arrested at a residence on Tom Wilkerson Road. There he admitted to beating up Mr. Warren after the man threw a beer can at him during a heated argument. Mr. Barton, who has a lengthy criminal history in cluding convictions for battery, faces charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill and aggravated battery. A complaint for aggravated battery will also be filed with the state attorneys office against Mr. Warren due to statements by Mr. Barton that Mr. Warren chased him with a knife after the first fight, said Deputy Heath. There was no other witnesses to the chase, however. Randall Barton Jr.Fight ends with a helicopter medivacPurchase this photo at www.bakercountypress.com Photo by Joel AddingtonTraumaOne nurses prepare to load Mr. Warren into the waiting helicopter.Wields teapot to inict head injury on man
Page 2 T B C P ursday, July 31, 2014 ThursdayMostly Sunny High: 90 Low: 71FridayScat'd T-storms High: 91 Low: 71SaturdayScat'd T-storms High: 92 Low: 70SundayScat'd T-storms High: 90 Low: 72MondayScat'd T-storms High: 90 Low: 70 The Baker County Press Weather July 31, 2014 Seven Day Forecast Today's High & Low Temperatures Last Week's Local Almanac Sun/Moon Chart This Week Weather History July 31, 1976 A stationary thunderstorm produced more than 10 inches of rain that funneled into the narrow Thompson River Canyon of northeastern Colorado. A wall of water six to eight feet high wreaked a 25-mile path of destruction from Estes Park to Loveland.www.WhatsOurWeather.com Day Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Sunrise 6:46 a.m. 6:47 a.m. 6:48 a.m. 6:48 a.m. 6:49 a.m. 6:49 a.m. 6:50 a.m. Sunset 8:22 p.m. 8:22 p.m. 8:21 p.m. 8:20 p.m. 8:19 p.m. 8:18 p.m. 8:17 p.m. First 8/3 Full 8/10 Last 8/17 New 8/25 TuesdayMostly Cloudy High: 88 Low: 69WednesdayPartly Cloudy High: 93 Low: 71 St. Mary's River Levels Now Change Moniac, GA 5.84 ft. -0.16 ft. Macclenny 3.84 ft. -0.19 ft. Hunting/Fishing Times Day Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed AM 3:41-5:41 4:25-6:25 5:11-7:11 5:58-7:58 6:50-8:50 7:44-9:44 8:41-10:41 PM 3:11-5:11 3:55-5:55 4:41-6:41 5:28-7:28 6:20-8:20 7:14-9:14 8:11-10:11Peak Times Day Mon, 7/21 Tue, 7/22 Wed, 7/23 Thu, 7/24 Fri, 7/25 Sat, 7/26 Sun, 7/27 High 90 88 93 91 91 93 93 Low 70 70 72 72 72 72 75 Normals 93/72 93/73 93/73 93/73 93/73 93/73 93/73 Precip 0.00" 0.00" 0.01" 0.00" 0.07" 0.01" 0.00" Precipitation ................. 0.09" Normal precipitation .......... 1.40" Departure from normal ....... -1.31" Average temperature .......... 81.6 Average normal temperature .... 82.9 Departure from normal ........ -1.3Data as reported from Cecil Field Airport Fernandina Beach 86 / 75 Atlantic Beach 86 / 76 Callahan 90 / 71 Jacksonville 89 / 74 St. Augustine 87 / 74 Starke 90 / 70 High Springs 91 / 69 Watertown 91 / 69 Macclenny 90 / 71 Baldwin 90 / 72 Jasper 91 / 69 Crossroads Shopping Center | 816 S. 6th St. | Macclenny | Open 7 Days a Week 8 am 8 pmSALE PRICES GOOD JULY 30 AUGUST 5, 2014. 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Dipping into savings for the fourth straight year will mean a roughly $1.8 million hit to the general funds reserves, dropping the fund balance to about $3.3 million, or roughly 8 percent of the proposed general fund budget, the documents show. State statutes calls for a general fund balance of at least 3 percent. Mrs. Richardson also presented a chart showing the general fund reserves fell from $9,126,282 in 2010-11, reflecting a budget infused with two years of federal stimulus money, to $5,198,911 this year, a roughly 57 percent decline in three years. Our fund balance cannot keep taking the hits its had, said Mrs. Richardson, calling the moves unsustainable. The 5-0 vote to set the tentative property tax rate at $7.245 per $1000 of taxable property value, a 1.5 percent reduction from the current rate of $7.357 per $1000 of taxable value, came one week after the July 21 budget workshop. The rate is also about half-a-percent be low the roll back rate, which is the rate needed to generate the same amount of revenue as the current year. There will not be a tax increase, declared Mrs. Richardson at the workshop. Despite the tax rate reduction, revenues of $6,261,169 are expected from the proposed levy compared to $6,248,799 this year. Thats because of the $14,837,887 jump in gross taxable value county-wide, including $5,863,060 in new construction, additions or improvements,. At the tentative millage rate, a home valued at $150,000 with a $50,000 homestead exemption, would generate $724.50 in school district taxes. At the current rate, the same home would produce $735.70, or $11.20 more. The proposed rate would also be the lowest millage rate in two decades. Mrs. Richardson said Gov ernor Rick Scott deserves the credit for lowering school district taxes. He ran on cutting taxes and hes done it, she said after this weeks meeting, noting the state sets two of the three component millages that make up the tax rate. Another assist to the coming years budget is the return of state funding for remodeling and renovations to the tune of $98,718. Its the first time in three years the state has allocated the money, Mrs. Richardson said. It will be combined with some $1.2 million from prop erty taxes and an estimated $100,000 in impact fees to fund the capital outlay budget this year. Targeted for spending, among other projects: $1.3 million in upgrades to the high schools beleaguered HVAC system, $25,000 for new LED lighting in the high school and middle school gyms, $12,000 for a new roof at the football field, and $340,000 to buy four new buses. The proposed capital budget also has $500,000 earmarked for equipment and hardware for schools, which Mrs. Richardson said includes funding for laptop computers. Our plan is to have a computer in every childs hand in five years. Thats where the state is leading us, she said, alluding to the roughly $280,000 expected from the state to improve technology in the classroom. Still, she said, the state funding wont cover all the costs associated with the plan. The district will pay some, too. $280,000 is the tip of the ice berg, said Mrs. Richardson. The laptops the district is considering purchasing, she explained, are mini-computers that cost about $290 each. She said they are sturdy and made by Samsung. The proposed budget and tax rate will be considered for final approval in September. The school board also voted to hire a consultant, Michael Akes, for $2000 to train district personnel on analyzing each schools standardized testing data. Hes well renowned everywhere, said Superintendent of Schools Sherrie Raulerson. Mr. Akes has done similar work for high school in the past, BCHS principal Tom Hill said, but this time hell meet with each schools faculty and train them in data analysis using each respective schools data rather than generic data. From page 1School district sets tentative millage rate at 7.245 for 2014-15 NARCOTICS AN O NYMOUS We are a group of recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. IT WORKS!! Meetings are held at the Baker County Health Department on Tuesdays & Thursdays 6:45 p.m.:45 p.m.
Page3JULY 31, 2014 This might actually be one of my more oddly useful columns. I stopped for gas the other day and a man asked me if I knew the way to Macon. I gave him directions, and as I was standing in line to pay the cashier said, I hope he makes it. His car is overheating. The guy behind me said, I wish Id have known that. I turn wrenches for a living. Id have told him how to stop that water leak. He said to stop a water leak you crack two eggs into your radiator. As the water runs through the engine the egg attaches to any cracks in the hoses and as the water heats up they cook cracks. It doesnt hurt the engine and will last for a pretty good while. Ive done it myself with my truck, he said. I dont intend to make a soft-boiled egg in the engine of my truck, but I thought it was an interesting idea that poten tially could work if it didnt clog the hoses. So I decided to give you some other useful, if sometimes dicey tips. Heres another automobilerelated tip. Hungry on a road trip to Pensacola? Wrap a pot roast in heavy duty tin foil and place it under your hood. By the time you get to Pensacola it will be fully cooked. It will taste a little like Castrol, though. Heres one I love because it is always happening to me. when you are hammering a use a tweezers or a clothespin while you get the nail started. Saves some pain and bad language. I ran across this the other day and know I will give it a try. Though Im not 100 percent sure why this works its got to be better than pouring caustic chemicals down the drain of your sink. If you have a clog, pour half a cup of baking soda down the drain. It will foam like crazy when it hits the clog. When down with water. Baking soda is one of natures most amazing chemical compounds. It can also be tively as most detergents. A teaspoon in water is great if you have acid indigestion and an open box in the refrigerator will soak up odors. Tired of your plants being eaten up by bugs, but dont want to spray them with chemicals? Try an age-old and attractive solution plant marigolds. Bugs hate the smell of marigolds and will stay away from them. I like this one because Im always having this problem when hanging mirrors or picthe nail? If you have a copier or scanner, photocopy the item youre hanging. Then tape the photocopy on the wall, put the nail where its supposed to go and hang the mirror or picture by lining it up with the photo copy. Then, with it hung, pull out the photocopy. Viola! This one will resonate with the parents of middle school ers. Shoes stink? Here are a couple of solutions that work just as well as pricey insoles. shoe to soak up the odor. Even better is a piece of charcoal. Charcoal is great for soaking up any foul odor anywhere in the house. However, dont use self-lighting charcoal. Its leaves behind an odor of its own. I just entered the 21st Century and got a smart phone after years of being perfectly What I discovered was my smart phone is a battery hog and while I had to charge my dumb phone every three days, I have to charge my smart phone every day. If you want to cut the charging time in half, go into settings and turn on airplane mode. It blocks all those fancy apps and the One of the things I hate most in life is hard plastic packaging that is almost impossible to get into without breaking out the pocket knife. Use a hand can opener and it will open right up. Want to pop 98 percent of the popcorn kernels instead of just 75 percent? Heres a simple trick I learned from one of my Teacher Cadet lessons at school. Soak the kernels in wawater and pop it as usual. Its physics the water expands and even the old maids will pop. I hate it when I am putting a new key on a stubborn key as bad-language inspiring as start a nail. If you have a staple remover (what I call a staple chomper) handy it will pry open that pesky key ring in a second so you can slide on the new key. Simple if you know how.LETTER TO THE EDITOR LIKE US ONFACEBOOK TO JOIN THE DISCUSSIONon Friday and Saturday nights. Taylor Wild Man: Im so Bak er I remember buying toilet paper at TG&Y! Katie Robinson: #imsobaker I remember my Daddy using Tay lor Wild Man as a way to make sure my butt was in the house before the sun went down. Rachel Ratli Hodgson: #imsobakerI remember when Olustee had four stores, two bars. Ocean Pond was the spot and the bathroom looked like a pyramid. Cattle ran freely in the forest. Steve Branch: Too many to list, but I remember when they were building the Hardees and Doug Wilds and I thought they were open and they gave us free apple pies! Mark Morgan: #imsobaker I remember when a good Friday night was going to eat at Days Pizza and renting a movie at Macclenny Video. Marsha Bates: #imsobaker that I worked at the Midget Burger with my cousins all of high school years because my aunt owned it. Also saw two guys (I wont say their names) streak from Mac Liquors to the truck stop! Lisa Gullage Milton: #imso baker I remember playing at the park across from Baker Manor and swimming in the public pool where the post oce is now. The middle school was at Keller and mine was one of the rst classes to attend the new high school. Mike Williams: I remember 17-15 rst victory over Starke and I still consider Starke a rivalry. Richard Clark: I remember when they had square dancing in the street downtown on the weekends close to where the courthouse is now. Sherry Johnson Walker: #imsobaker I remember (and worked at) The Golden Drumstick! It was where Sages Cleaners is now. Kimberly Walker-Laidman: #imsobaker I remember when houses didnt cover up the clay pits in Glen and when the truancy ocer let you skip in trade for a bucket of chicken and shopping at G&H. Shauna Scott Jones: #imso baker I remember riding 90 ev ery Friday and Saturday night. And I also remember when the high school was brand new! Those were the days! Carolyn Honeytree Briggs: #imsobaker I remember when Ed Fraser hospital delivered babies .... Me. Join the discussion by searching for The Baker County Press and liking our Facebook page. We post questions for readers as well as news updates and links to content at bakercountypress.com. MY SIDE OFTHE MATTERROBERT GERARD CorrectionAn article in last weeks edition of The Press erred by stating a recent audit of Glen 2012-13 showed the towns cash reserves were tapped for $15,476. The asset depletion instead was due to depreciation expenses. Dear Editor: I would like to comment on the current debate going on in Baker County concerning EMS. I work at Ed Fraser Me morial Hospital in the ER and work closely with these unique and knowledgeable individuals on a daily basis. They are very competent and compassionate people, willing to go the extra mile for any of their patients. In a crisis situation, they are the best there is. I would trust them with my life as I know they would they would be there for me. The community needs to realize the impact of them leaving will cause. Many peo ple live in the outskirts of the city of Macclenny, these peo ple know the area. Some of the EMS calls can take 30-45 minutes, and if we bring in people who have no idea of the area and the remote locations, call time will increase and negative outcomes will ensue. Whether EMS is operating the red or black should be adand management, but should not be at the residents expense. There are many small communities that have local EMS and make it work. Im sure the bottom end of this is money and trying to save a few dollars but it shouldnt be at the expense of the community. There are many unseen contributions that EMS provides, and the cost of these people being replaced will be felt by many who use the EMS system. I have no hidden motives or agendas, as Im not related to or married to anyone in the area. Im just telling you what I see as a recently arrived resident. I moved here because I fell in love with the small town atmosphere and the close knit attitude of the community. I will be at the meeting on August 4 and my voice will be heard. I urge everyone in Macclenny to do the same.Linda Heilman MacclennyKeep EMS localizedMutates into Heloise for helpful hintsCandidate Q&A coming ...Were about to send out ques tions to candidates for our up coming Q&A feature in mid-August. What questions would you like them to answer and/or what issues would you like to hear their positions on? Kathy Barber: Long range planning for growth. Roads and commercial/residential plans, also schools. Dana Crawford-Pulley: The lack of social activities for youth in Baker County; no bowling alley, no skating rink, etc., beyond churches. Raymond and Sheilah Knapp: Will Baker County stay dry on Sunday? If so we can for get commercial growth. Oh yea, this is 2014 just saying. Taylor Wild Man: the budget and their feelings on the money that was misplaced. Greg Sheppard: Any out reach to area colleges for Supply Chain training or a night course at BCHS to grow local workforce skills? Mike Williams: I now live in Columbia County, but grew up in Baker County. I still see post ings about 5 pm county commission meetings at 5. Should be later. Tammy Harvey Brownlee: With so many clerk candidates, what makes you the most qualied for this position? Don Yonn: What are the three top issues that would help the citizens of Baker County, and what would you do about it? Connie Walker: Where do you stand on outsourcing EMS? Rural EMS is unlike urban EMS. What research is being done to support both sides of this issue? Aaron Scott: Are you now, or have you ever been, a spy for North Korea? This goes a long way to settle my nerves about politicians.How Baker County are you?We want you to share your #imsobaker post with us! Es pecially those who remember Baker County from the good ol days! Post them here or add the hashtag! Tiany Roundtree Harvey: Im so Baker that I know Bonnie Gringo was not a person in Mac clenny, but it was a hangout on 228! Im also so Baker that I ate breakfast regularly at Margies during the week, and watched cloggers in Margies parking lot
Page 4 T B C P ursday, July 31, 2014 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meetings Mon., Wed. & Fri. at 8 pm 8981 S. SR 228, Macc. Serving Baker County for over 35 yearsspecializing in...Real Estate Family Law Personal Injury Hugh D. Fish, Jr. J.D.259-6606The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask us to send you free written information about our qualifications and experience. JULIE COMBS for Clerk of Courts! Paid by Julie B. Combs, Democrat, for Clerk of Courts.Having served previously as county commissioner, my accountability is a matter of public record. Knowledgable Most Qualied Experienced Proven Accountability Personal Seventh-generation Floridian and lifelong resident of Baker County Widower of Kimberly S. 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JOEL ADDINGTONMANAGING EDITOR email@example.comA large but mostly dead camphor tree is threatening the historic jail on McIver Street in Macclenny. The trees base is completely rotted, said county forester Andy Lamborn, who assessed its condition late last week. He said its probably been slowly deteriorating for the last five or 10 years and estimated the trees age at 30-to-40 years. Its fast growing, Mr. Lamborn said of the towering tree that exceeds the height of the three-story jail constructed in the early 1900s. I can definitely say it is a hazardous tree, declared Mr. Lamborn. Its not clear exactly why the tree is dying, but Mr. Lamborn hypothesized the red bay beetle could have played a role. He said the beetle doesnt kill the tree but causes the branches to die back. How long the camphor tree, a species native to China, can remain standing is anyones guess, though. Mr. Lamborn said it could topple next week, next month or next year. A large branch about 10-feet long recently fell off the tree and now hangs precariously on the barbed wire fencing dividing the old jail site and a neighboring residential lot on which the tree sits. The parcel and tree is owned by Wildon Cook. Mr. Cook said hes willing to have the tree removed from his property as quick as he [Vernon Donaldson] can get a bucket truck in here, referring to the tree contractor who Mr. Cook said hes asked to come take a look at it. Mr. Lamborn, however, recognized Mr. Donaldsons name and said hes not sure the Sanderson contractor is insured, and therefore, may not be allowed to work in the City of Macclenny. The city requires a permit for tree removal and contractors must be insured to get a permit. Early this week the citys building director Mike Walker said a permit has been pulled for the project and licensed and insured contractor will be re moving the tree. Mr. Lamborn estimates the removal could cost as much as $1200, and that the trees close proximity about five feet from the old jail could make safe removal difficult if a bucket truck is used. He said climbing it to cut limbs and lower them to the ground with ropes would probably be the best method of removal so as to ensure none of the limbs hit the structure when they fall. Kevin Shell, past president of the Baker County Historical Society, which manages the historic jail and is based in the house adjoining the structure, notified city officials of the situation last week. He said theyll be monitoring the tree removal. Mr. Shell worries though, what could happen in the inter im, and whos insurance would cover potential damage from the tree. County Manager C.J. Thompson said the historic jail is county-owned and covered by the countys insurance policy, but depending on how the building gets damaged, its not certain the countys insurance would cover repairs.Purchase this photo at www.bakercountypress.com Photo by Joel AddingtonA large limbs dangles o the barbed wire fence behind the historic old jail on McIver Street.Dead tree threatens old jailJOEL ADDINGTONMANAGING EDITOR firstname.lastname@example.orgFlorida House Representative Elizabeth Porter (R-Lake City) has drawn two write-in candidates from Suwannee County in her effort to once again represent District 10, which includes all of Baker County. Anyone living in the district can qualify as a write-in candidate. There is paperwork to file with the state division of elections, but no fees or petition signatures are required. One challenger, Barbara Ann Prince, is a Tea Party member from OBrien, FL. Shes a retired nurse and calls herself a conservative Republican. Ms. Prince, who only gets credit for votes in which her full name is written on the ballot, qualified in mid-June. Shes gotten two outside contributions to her campaign, John Lacquey of Pinestraw, Inc. in Branford, FL for $200 and a fellow OBrien retiree in Paul J. Thompson for $35, bringing her total to $260 with her own $25 investment, as of July 18, the end of the last reporting period for state races. The other write-in candidate, Wendy Martin of McAlpin, FL said she is a wife and grandmother with a law degree from UF. She was ordained in 2004 by Progressive Universal Life Church and says shes an advocate for the legalization of marijuana, more per student K-12 education funding and more funding for the mentally ill in Florida. Shes also got an idea for re forming law enforcement. Florida law enforcement officers should wear audio and video recording equipment while on duty, she wrote in a letter to The Press. The equipment is cheaper than a lawsuit and the loss of public trust. She and her husband have contributed $1346 to Mrs. Mar tins election. Her campaign finance records show no outside contributors. Write-in candidates are not part of the primary process. Their votes will be tallied as part of the general election. Rep. Porter meanwhile has raised nearly $54,000 in her re-election bid, mostly from corporations like Blue Cross Blue Shield, Humana, law firms Gunster and Holland & Knight, Teco Energy, Duke Energy, U.S. Sugar, Sea World and Walgreens, as well as industry groups represent ing home builders, septic tank contractors, miners and nurseries, among others, according to campaign finance records through the last reporting period, which ended July 18. She began fund raising in February, 2013. Like Rep. Porter, another incumbent, U.S. Congressman Ander Crenshaw (R-Jackson ville), has opposition from the Tea Party wing of the GOP. But Ryman Shoaf, a Republican from Fleming Island, will face Mr. Crenshaw on the primary ballot because the candidates are the only two Republicans running for the seat. Florida is a closed-primary state, which means only party members can vote in a particular partys primary races. Mr. Shoaf is a retired Navy captain with 27 years service. Hes a graduate of The Citadel and is supported by First Coast Tea Party executive director Billie Tucker of Jacksonville, who gave the candidates campaign $250, according to federal campaign finance reports. He had $11,086 on hand at the end of June and has raised nearly $24,000 from outside contributors. That sum is dwarfed by the Rep. Crenshaws campaign cash, however. The incumbent had $$369,182 in the bank from more than $700,000 in contributions so far. The congressmans base of support comes from an array of sources including military per sonnel, Washington D.C. lobbyists, defense contractors, attorneys, construction firms and other businesses, some publicly traded and some privately held. Rep. Crenshaw has spent $473,502, expenditures that include expensive television ads, compared to $21,365 in expenditures by the Shoaf campaign.Ms. Porter draws two write-ins Porter Shoaf Crenshaw
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Deputy Michael Antonini said when he ar rived at the scene about 2 am, a bloodied Isaac Smith, 56, was standing in the street and claimed girlfriend Brenda Bones, 57, slashed him with strongly of alcohol. Ms. Bones was inside their residence with a and told the deputy her boyfriend started an argument after returning from a friends house. As the argument escalated, Ms. Bones said she was pushed against a television in their living room, then shoved several times before she beating her about the face and head until pulled back by Alonza McQueen, 50, who also lives at the address and witnessed the attack. Mr. McQueen backed the girlfriends version of events. The accused was treated at Fraser Hospital for facial and arm lacerations before being taken to jail where he was booked for domestic battery. In other incidents, a criminal complaint named John Blanton III, 50, for domestic aggravated assault on wife Nancy Blanton, 60, at their residence on Brown Rd. south of Macclenny. Ms. Brown reported the alleged assault on July 26, two days after she said her husband approached her in a threatening manning with a skill saw following a midday argument. She claimed Mr. Blanton drew the saw back as if to strike her with it, then left the residence. Deputy Tony Norman said he was unable to contact the accused or an alleged witness. Ms. Blanton claimed her husband has a history of violent behavior. leging Rodney Keith Brooks, 49, violated a domestic violence restraining order by making a late-night visit to the home of Linda Bennett, 44, on July 23. Ms. Bennett and witness Theodore McSwain III, 38, said Mr. Brooks, who has a lengthy criminal record dating back decades, began banging on windows of the address on CR 23A North just before midnight. He left when Ms. Bennett refused to talk to him. Sgt. James Marker located the accused at his ing and he insisted he was at home the previous evening. A Glen St. Mary man reported to police that his west as he exited Interstate 10 at Glen St. Mary the evening of July 21. James Hill, 50, described what appeared to be a case of road rage that began east of Macclenny about 6 pm when a white passenger vehicle passed him at high speed and pulled behind a vehicle in front of him in the left lane, causing him to abruptly slow down. Mr. Hill told Deputy Chad Montean he then entered the right lane and passed the vehicle in question and several others in front of it. Near the Macclenny exit, he said the white vehicle with two Hispanic males in the front seat then pulled alongside his 1999 Toyota and exchanged words with him. He described them only as having short dark hair. As he exited at the CR 125 interchange at Glen St. Mary, Mr. Hill said he heard gunshots followed by something striking the driver side door. He then re-entered the interstate and followed the suspect vehicle until it exited northbound on CR 229 at Sanderson. A witness at Cuzs One-Stop in Sanderson said he saw a vehicle matching the suspects speed west on US 90 shortly before Mr. Hill arrived there to get fuel. The Florida Highway Patrol and Columbia County authorities were alerted but never located the vehicle. Deputy Montean noted three areas of the car door that appeared to be damage similar to a projectile striking the door. The top of a plastic shed behind the apartment home of Robert Dyer on South First St. in Macclenny was apparently cut to gain entry between July 22-24, and an estimated $2610 in tools stolen. Deputy James Marker said the cut top allowed for removal of a cable lock that had secured the shed. Mr. Dyer told him he was last in the shed late in the evening of July 22 and the missing items were there. They included an air chisel, welder, bench grinder, air drill, two die grinders and a portable air tank. In other recent thefts, Penny Hall of Freeport, FL reported a ring valued at $250 was likely taken from her 2011 KIA while she was visiting her mother on Lowder St. in Macclenny between July 17-21. She gave Deputy Jeremiah Johnson the name of a suspect who was not immediately located. Dollar General employee Melissa Oswald of Glen St. Mary called police when she realized a drivers license and debit card were removed from her wallet the afternoon of July 22. of the Dollar General store on US 90, and Deputy Tony Norman said a surveillance video shows a black person of undetermined gender enter the shortly after 4 pm. The suspect is seen leaving the store nearly an hour later. A 15-year-old Sanderson girl admitted when questioned by Deputy Robert Simpkins on July 22 that she took $145 worth of clothing from a friend at whose residence in north Macclenny she spent the previous night. The girl, in the presence of her mother, also admitted she stole a $100 cell phone from another female acquaintance earlier. The case will be handled by juvenile authorities. Brandon Harrell, 25, of Macclenny was arrested on July 25 for stealing a microwave and electric skillet from Walmart earlier that morning. A store security worker alerted police when a surveillance video showed the suspect pretend to self-scan the items while checking out about 1:25 am, and a receipt record of the transaction did not list them. They had a combined value of $94. Deputy Johnson went to the suspects residence on Florida Ave. in Macclenny, where his mother produced the merchandise. Another routine viewing of security tapes on July 26 led to a criminal complaint naming a 17-year-old Macclenny youth for the early morning theft of two cases of beer from Walmart. Police were called when the employee recognized one of two other males in the video from a previous theft incident, and Deputy Johnny Hodges recognized the suspect who he then interviewed at his east Macclenny home. The youth admitted to taking the beer valued at $34.JON SHUMAKE email@example.comA Jacksonville man was arrested the night of July 26 for driving without a license after police learned his license was suspended 10 times and revoked for being a habitual offender. Cpl. Koty Crews pulled over Douglas Johnson, 26, on S. Clinton Avenue in Glen St. Mary after the officer saw that none of the four occupants in the Toyota Camry were wearing seat belts. The suspect admitted to not having a valid license and a check revealed his license was suspended for failure to pay traffic fines and for non-judgment suspensions. In a similar incident, a Green Cove Springs woman was arrested the night July 24 during a traffic stop after a check with dispatch showed her license was suspended nine times. Investigators Michael Hauge and Matthew Yarbor ough stopped Cassiti Bennett, 30, after she turned onto CR 228 from U.S. 90 without using a signal. Ms. Bennett told Inv. Hauge that her license was suspended and expired. The suspect has a prior conviction of driving on a suspended or revoked license. In another incident, a Jacksonville man was arrested the night of July 26 after he was caught driving by a police officer who had given him a warning a month prior for driving on a suspended license. Deputy Michael Antonini saw Anthony Moore, 44, enter the Raceway parking lot on Woodlawn Road and pump gas before trying to leave. The officer confirmed Mr. Moores license was suspended five times for failure to pay court financial obligations, failure to appear on traffic summons and failure to pay traffic fines. The deputy stopped Mr. Moore, who claimed he was driving to visit his brothers grave and apologized several times. Dep. Antonini informed the suspect he was under arrest because he had already received a warning for the same crime. While waiting on family to pick up the vehicle, Dep. Antonini learned Mr. Moore had an active warrant from Grayson County, Va., for theft, but no extradition order. In other similar incidents: Jerome Pender Jr., 39. of Baker County was arrested the night of July 23 for driving on a license suspended four times following a traffic stop for an inoperable headlight. John Hood, 47, of Macclenny was arrested the night of July 26 for driving with a license suspended three times and for being a habitual offender. He was pulled over by Lt. David Bryant for careless driving. The suspect admitted he was currently out on bond for the offense.Lock is severed atop shed; $2600 in tools stolen in city Shots are red into car on I-10Drunk, batters girlfriendJacksonville man had10 license suspensions ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meetings Mon., Wed. & Fri. at 8 pm 8981 S. SR 228 Macc.Call Wanda 904-994-7750 NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS Meetings Tuesday & Thursday at 6:45 7:45 pm Baker County Health Department
Page 6 T B C P ursday, July 31, 2014 ELECT Jack BAKER III FORCLERK OF COURTS Paid by Jack Baker III, Republican, for Baker County Clerk of Courts. I am Promoting fiscally responsible policies. A man of character, integrity & traditional values. Prepared to utilize and implement innovative ideas.CONSERVATIVE.My name is Jack Baker III, the guiding principles in my life are Faith, Family, and Community.People who know me, know that I have the ability, skills, and knowledge to perform the tasks as the Baker County Clerk of Courts. It is my great hope that by the end of my campaign, the people who do not yet know me will feel the same way.To contact me call 904-307-2899. COMMITTED | COMPETENT | CONSERVATIVE WE SPECIALIZE IN PROBLEM ROOFS 259-2563 FREE Estimates A Hillsborough County man was taken into custody after he showed up at his girlfriends residence in east Macclenny the morn ing of July 26 armed with a baseball bat, threatening her and two other persons. A witness who was across the street on Deerwood Circle called police because he feared Jeremiah Giddens, 33, of Lithia, FL harmed Cassey Crawford, 29, and possibly her children while inside the trailer home. The witness told Deputy Christopher Clutter that Mr. Giddens drove up to the address about 9:45 am in a 2004 Dodge pickup and forced his way in the front door. His entry was followed by yelling and screams coming from the interior, and shortly after an unidenvehicle. Witness Shawn Yagecic, a Jacksonville deliveryman, said Mr. Giddens chased after the car yelling, Come back and Ill kill you. He then re-entered the residence and the witness heard more screaming and what appeared to be banging on items inside. The about a minute later to go back inside. ford reluctantly exited for questioning. Deputy Clutter described the girlfriend as uncooperative and vague about a laceration on her right elbow. He also described deplorable conditions on the inside of the trailer, with trash, clothing and molding food strewn about and the pungent odor of mildew. No children were home at the time, but because they reside there the Department of Children and Families Mr. Giddens was charged with aggravated assault and disturbing the peace. He reportedly suspected Ms. Crawford of being unfaithful. with a machete and hatchet about midday on July 24 after an argument erupted between adjoining residences. Neither Rocky Siemering, 40, and neighbor Randall Wilkerson, both of them for aggravated assault. Mr. Wilkerson was named in a second complaint for domestic battery of his 42-year-old wife Noella, who he is accused of punching in the face during an argument earlier that day.JOEL ADDINGTONMANAGING EDITOR firstname.lastname@example.orgTheresa Rhoden takes taxes and politics very seriously. She said when three coun ty commissioners, including Adam Giddens who she campaigned for in 2010, voted to increase the countys property tax rate, also known as the millage rate, last year, it amounted to a tax increase for some residents. But it was only Mr. Giddens, now faced with a re-election to the post he won four years ago, who drew the ire of Ms. Rhoden, a fellow Republican. So much so, she posted a large sign in her yard off Odis Yar borough Rd. stating that Mr. Giddens voted for increased property taxes, special assessments and sand mining. Ironically, her property tax bill fell about $28 last year. While Mr. Giddens did vote yes on the new tax rate, he said in the aggregate, he didnt vote for a tax increase because the rate, while higher than the pre vious years rate, was the socalled roll-back rate, or the rate needed to generate the same amount of revenue county-wide as the previous years tax rate. I wanted to draw the line on revenue and work on the expense side, Mr. Giddens recalled this week. While the countys total property value rose this year, it is the first time since 2009. At this time last year, commis sioners were faced with a budget deficit and another drop in taxable value county-wide. That meant keeping the tax rate static would bring in less revenue than the previous year. However, commissioners were told during public hear ings last August and September that at the roll-back rate, the county should expect to see roughly another $100,000 in revenue, mostly due to new construction or property improvements. Mr. Giddens sided with the boards two Democrats, Gor don Crews and Mark Hartley, in voting for the roll-back rate. Commissioners James Croft and Jimmy Anderson, both Republicans, voted against setting the tentative millage rate at the roll-back rate in August and again the following month. Mr. Giddens doesnt dispute Ms. Rhodens claim about him voting for sand mining. He did vote against a motion to deny Oldcastle Southern Groups mining proposal in July, 2013. This week he defended his no vote, saying changes to the companys proposal to use treated sewer water for hydraulic dredge mining, instead of digging a well and using water from the aquifer, which would also eliminate the citys discharge of the waste water into Turkey Creek, led him to support the project. At that point I didnt see any legal reason to tell them no, he said. But he does contest the first two claims on the yard sign on property taxes and special assessments. He said by definition the roll-back rate is not a tax increase and that hes never voted for any special assessment. The county has two existing special assessments in place for garbage disposal and fire protection, and what Mr. Giddens and other board members have voted for is an ordinance setting up a mechanism to add more special assessments in the future, possibly for emer gency medical services. The ordinance, however, did not add any new assessments. Upon further reflection, Ms. Rhoden said she decided last week to take down the sign to adjust her claim regarding Mr. Giddens and special assessments. She said shes changing the wording to say that Mr. Giddens supports special assessments, rather than he has voted for them. She cited an April 10, 2012 city commission workshop, during which Mr. Giddens voiced support for an assessment for emergency medical services (EMS), as evidence for the new language. He verbalized support for an EMS assessment fee, she said. All they have to do is put a number to it. Minutes from the meeting reflect those comments. But they state Mr. Giddens said he came to support the EMS assessment only after the proposal was coupled with an offsetting re duction in the property tax rate. Today he says he would not support a stand-alone EMS assessment, but one that is conditioned on an equivalent tax cut is logical to look at. Its the only way Id discuss it, said Mr. Giddens. An analysis of the EMS assessment proposal by The Press in 2012 showed that the plan would save money for the owners of homesteaded property valued above $130,440, because the tax reduction would be more than the $135 proposed EMS fee. But it would cost the owners of property valued below that threshold, which is the value at which the proposed tax reduction would equal the proposed assessment. In other words, homes valued above $130,440 wouldve seen a net decrease in their property taxes while those be low the figure wouldve experienced a net increase in their taxes. So, how does the state define a tax increase in Florida? According to the Florida De partment of Revenue, A rollback rate is the rate at which the current tax base would produce the same taxes levied as the previous year. When a tax base increases, maintain ing the same millage rate represents an increase in taxes. There are a handful of factors used by Property Appraiser Tim Sweats office and Tax Collector Gene Harveys office to determine a particular prop ertys tax liability. First theres the market value of the property. Properties sold are given new market values based on the sale price and improved properties are generally re-appraised following the improvements. But by state law, the ap praisers office must re-value every parcel at least once every five years. That process takes into account sales of similar properties in the area to assign a new market value to a property. The market value is then adjusted down, depending on which property tax exemptions the parcel is eligible for. Homesteaded property, for instance, is eligible for a $25,000 exemption on the first $50,000 in value and another $25,000 exemption for the value between $50,000 and $75,000. There are also exemptions for the disabled and military veterans. Once the exemptions are calculated to reach a taxable value, the value is multiplied by the tax rates approved by the each of the taxing authorities the county, the hospital and water management districts and the school district. Theres an additional property tax rate for property within the City of Macclenny, however. The final total bill reflects the sum of the respective tax levies for each taxing authority. I wanted to draw the line on revenue and work on the expense side.County Commissioner Adam GiddensTax hike allegation not accurateActivist alters sign in her yardThreats with ball bat JOEL ADDINGTONMANAGING EDITOR email@example.comThe Baker County Health Department issued a mosquito-borne illness advisory today following the discovery of Eastern Equine Encephalitis Virus (EEEV) in two horses in Baker County. Horses can be vaccinated for EEEV and West-Nile Virus by a licensed veterinarian. There is no vaccine for humans. One of the horses was euthanized, a 2-year-old quarter horse from Plantation Road in Macclenny that became sick on July 10, health department records show. It was never vaccinated. The second horse, a 1-year old quarter horse from Eddy Grade Road in Sanderson sur vived. EEEVs onset in the an imal was logged on July 16. It had an old or incomplete vaccination, the records note. No cases of the virus infecting humans has been found in Baker County and mosquitoes transmitting EEEV prefer to feed on birds rather than humans or other mammals. However, the advisory states, other mosquito species can bite an infected bird and spread the disease to people and wildlife. Symptoms of EEEV infection may include fever, general muscle pain and headache. As the disease progresses, more severe symptoms like seizures and coma may occur. Peak activity for the virus spans from May to August. The state recommends a drain and cover strategy to prevent the spread of mosquito-borne illness. That is, drain any standing water, cover your skin to reduce exposure and use a mosquito repellent on any bare skin and clothing. The advisory says repellents with DEET, picaridin, oil of lemon eucalyptus and IR 3535 are effective. For more information click this link from the Florida Department of Health, or call the county health department at 259-6291.Encephalitis alert is issuedThe Press will be featur ing Q&As with the candidates upcoming edition prior to the August primary. Please send us any questions youd like the candidates to answer, or any issues youd like them to address before voting. Well be soliciting sug gestions through mid-July. Please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org, message @bakercopresss on Twitter, message on Facebook or call (904) 259-2400 and speak with Joel Addington.We want questions
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Political advertisement paid for and approved by Adam Giddens, Republican Baker County Commissioner, District 4. ITS PROVEN! CIRCUIT COURTA Baldwin woman who violated multiple terms of a probation she received last fall for possession and sale of prescription drugs was sent to state prison for 23 months on July 22. The sentence was imposed ing regular circuit court ses sion by County Judge Joey Williams, who was for Judge Mark Moseley. Court records indicate the defendant admitted to violating probation by moving from her residence without permission, failing to complete treatment for drug abuse, failure to pay supervisory costs and testing positive to cocaine use. cord prior to the drug cases includes fraud, theft and issuing worthless checks. In the sole other prison sentencing that day, Johnnie Lee Smith, 32, of Macclenny drew a 15-month term after pleading no contest to a single count of aggravated assault. Mr. Smith was originally charged with burglary, grand armed robbery and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Court records indicate he was implicated in an early morning invasion at a residence on E.J. Paige Rd. near Sanderson on August 31 of last year during which he terrorgun, robbed them of $1800 in cash and personal belongings and threatened to kill them. The intruder had a covered face, but one of the victims said she recognized his voice. The state dropped the bulk of the charges and agreed to the plea after the defendant produced an alibi witness. Judge Williams imposed a number of terms in county jail, some of which the defen dants already served before the court date. One of them was Brandon Dicks, who was given credit for the half-year he has been in jail in return for no contest pleas to possession of drug paraphernalia and chemicals to manufacture meth. The judge also suspended his driv ers license for two years. Alisyn Hysler admitted to violating probation on an earlier drug possession count and pleaded no contest to bringing contraband into the jail. She was sentenced to 165 days already served in jail, and placed on a two-year probation. Jerald Jacobs pleaded no contest to bringing contraband into Baker Correctional and will serve a six-month sentence at the same time as a state term. Deantae Lundy pleaded to grand theft in return to a sixmonth jail term, and the state dropped one count of resisting police. A similar jail term was ordered to Justin Maxwell after he entered a no contest plea to grand theft. Britney McEachin entered pleas to grand theft and tampering with evidence and will be in county jail one year. The judge allowed 16 days already served in jail for a portion of the sentence in the case of Terri Warborg, who plead ed no contest to possession of controlled drugs and paraphernalia. The state dropped a count of bringing contraband into jail, and Ms. Warborg will 18 months. Tarina Thompson admitted to violating terms of her probation for possession of marijuana with the intent to sell and drug paraphernalia, and will be in jail one year. Judge Williams ordered two defendants onto house arrest, Virginia Brooks for nine months for grand theft, and Michael Doyle for one year. Ms. Brooks will also be on probation 15 months following that, and must complete 50 hours of community service. Mr. Doyle admitted to violating probation from numerous theft and burglary cases last year. Brian Adams pleaded no contest to a lesser charge of attempted possession of chemicals used to make meth and paraphernalia and will do 30 hours community service in addition to an 18-month probation. Timothy Bennett pleaded no contest to two counts of probation one year. The judge also ordered him to complete 50 hours of community service. Jay Blanchard Jr. pleaded and misdemeanor marijuana possession and will be on probation one year. Mark Collingwood plead ed no contest to possession felon and having an improper license tag. Judge Williams placed him on probation for in jail as part of the sentence. Richard Johnson drew a one-year probation after pleading no contest to resisting arrest and possession of drug paraphernalia. The state dropped twin counts of possessing controlled drugs. Thomas Moritz will be on probation 18 months in return for his no contest plea to participating in an organized scheme to defraud. The state dropped one count of uttering forged bills. The judge ordered a similar sentence for defen dant Amanda Morrison, who pleaded no contest to posses sion of controlled drugs. Autumn Stiegers twoyear probation for pawn fraud, resisting arrest, burglary and grand theft was altered to require stricter house arrest sanctions after she admitted to violating terms imposed on her earlier this year.Violator gets 2-year term Euneka JeersonJON SHUMAKE email@example.comA Glen St. Mary man was arrested the night of July 21 for disorderly intoxication and violence after he became aggressive toward his girlfriend when she tried picking up clothes from their house Sgt. William Starling met with Stevie Gibson, 35, at Cel ebration Park to escort her to retrieve the clothing. She and boyfriend Charles Guernsey, 35, live together and they had a verbal altercation at their residence prior to Sgt. Starlings arrival. She said she was going to spend the night at her brothers to avoid any further altercations with Mr. Guernsey and she needed to get some of her clothes. Mr. Guernsey met Ms. Gibson and Sgt. Starling at the door and let them in without ticed an odor of alcohol coming from the suspect. Ms. Gibson began packing her things when Mr. Guernsey became unruly for no apparent reason, according to the police report, and started cursing at her. The suspect became more aggressive and ignored the ofand was exiting the residence. Sgt. Starling had to step between the woman and Mr. Guernsey as he aggressively approached her while cursing. Ms. Gibson returned to Cel ebration Park to wait for her her to ensure her safety after telling the suspect to have no further contact with her that night. A few minutes later, Mr. Guernsey arrived on the scene on a bicycle and then walked toward Ms. Gibson with his mands and cursed at the woman saying he was going to kill her. to pull away. Mr. Guernsey continued cursing and yelling threats at Ms. Gibson as she waited for her brother to arrive. The suspect tried pulling away from the sergeant, but Sgt. Starling took him down and held him on the ground with his knee until Deputy Robert Simpkins arrived to take him to county jail. In another incident, a Spring Hill, FL man was arrested the night of July 23 for disorderly intoxication for yelling obscenities at passing vehicles while he was walking in the middle of Sixth Street. Deputy John Minkel responded to the area and found a shirtless Joshua Hansen, 25, walking on the center lines. While the deputy was trying to contact the suspect, several vehicles had to drive around him because he was obstruct The suspect moved to the shoulder of the roadway after Dep. Minkel turned on his emergency lights. Mr. Hansen continued cursing at the ofand asked to be taken to jail. Fraser Hospital emergency room because of his level of intoxication.Angry boyfriend arrestedDrunk and aggressive in deputys presence Fish reunionThe annual reunion of de scendants of Ben and Kizzie Fish will be held on Saturday, August 2 at the Baker County fairgrounds. Doors open at 10:30 am and there will be a bounce house for kids and a corn-hole tournament for all ages. Bring your favorite dish for the pot-luck dinner. Paper goods, ice and air conditioning will be provided. Cakes and prizes are need ed for the cake walk, and plants for the plant exchange. Friends and family are wel come.Harvey reunionThe 46th annual Harvey family reunion will be held on Saturday, August 16 starting at 11 am at the Baker County fairgrounds on Lauramore Rd. north of Macclenny. Activities for kids will be provided. Everyone welcome. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meetings Mon., Wed. & Fri. at 8 pm8981 S. SR 228 Macc. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meetings Mon., Wed. & Fri. at 8 pm8981 S. SR 228 Macc.
Page 8 T B C P ursday, July 31, 2014 Woodlawn Kennels Quality Professional Care Private Spacious Indoor/Outdoor RunsComplete Bath, De-flea & Groom ....... $20-$25 Bath, De-flea & Nails Clip . . . . . . $10-$15 Boarding (per actual day).................. $5-$10 PERSONAL:Married to Judy Tharpe Roberts for 35 years, 7 children, 22 grandchildrenEDUCATION & ACHIEVEMENTS: Graduated from Baker County High School Graduated from Lake City Community College with an AA degree and an AS degree in Management Numerous Law Enforcement Recipient of 2013 Sheriffs Past Service AwardEXPERIENCE: years Dispatcher Deputy Sheriff to the rank of Lieutenant Assigned to Investigations Chief of Detention Facility Chief of Courtroom Security Administrative Assistant to the Sheriff Duties included assisting in preparing the budget, purchasing, jail management and responsible for the Guest speaker throughout the state of Florida including the Federal Training Speaking on small rural jails housing Teen Court Coordinator Trial Academy Instructor of Law Curriculum Voted by students as one of their Favorite Teachers tools used by inmatesOwner and operator of a successful fence business for over 31 yearsCOMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT:Actively involved in the Baker County of Directors and I am the head coach of the a youth football coach and mentor for over 47 Thank you for your support! The Knowledge and Leadership to be YOUR Clerk Vote Kenneth Roberts for Clerk of Courts August 26 th JON SHUMAKE firstname.lastname@example.orgA Macclenny man was arrested the afternoon of July 21 for assault on a police officer, resisting arrest and multiple drug charges after police found two pills on him after subduing him for trying to fight an officer. Deputy Johnny Hodges responded to a disturbance at 594 Fox Run Circle and found Peter Kemp, 36, standing on the drivers side of a vehicle parked in the driveway with Jennifer Kemp, 31, in the drivers seat. The officer asked Mr. Kemp to step away from the ve hicle, which he eventually did after becoming agitated. The officer separated the two so he could interview them individually about the incident. While speaking with Mrs. Kemp, Mr. Kemp started walking toward them and ignored several warnings to remain in front of the patrol car. He then balled up his fist and took a fighting stance while cursing at Dep. Hodges. The officer pointed his taser at the suspect and warned him again. Mr. Kemp continued to disobey the officer until he saw another patrol car arrive. The suspect resisted when Deputy Christopher Clutter tried to handcuff him, and was forced to the ground. A black cloth bag containing a Hydrocodone and a Citalopram pill, along with two cutting straws, was found in Mr. Kemps pocket. In addition to assault and resisting arrest, Mr. Kemp was also charged with possession of new legend drug without a prescription, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. In a similar incident, a Sanderson man was arrested the afternoon of July 23 for felony possession of marijuana after police found 115 grams of the drug in his truck during a stop after receiving an anonymous tip about possible drug smuggling. Investigators Matthew Yarborough and Michael Hauge received word that Donal Rosier, 21, was traveling from Jacksonville in either a white work truck or green Dodge truck with a large amount of marijuana. The caller said he would drive from US 90 to Cow Pen Road before going to an unknown address on Fred Harvey Road near the intersection of CR 127. The investigators traveled to the area and were on the look out for a vehicle matching the callers description. They located the white work truck on Cow Pen Road and began following it in an unmarked vehicle as it traveled onto Fred Harvey Road. Inv. Yarborough noticed the Mr. Rosier constantly watching them in his mirrors and ignoring the road. The suspect veered into the left dirt-road ditch before suddenly pulling right to correct his path, causing the officers to stop him. Mr. Rosier appeared ner vous to the investigators during the stop, with shaking hands and stuttered speech. A strong smell of unburned marijuana was detected by both investigators but the suspect denied having any and consented to a search. A quart-size ziplock bag of the drug was found in the work box door behind the drivers side door. In another drug-related incident, five people were arrested the evening of July 23 for various weapon and drug charges after police found a handgun and meth paraphernalia in a vehicle during a traffic stop for the vehicle not having a tag. Cpl. Christopher Walker stopped Joseph Nicks, 38, of Hilliard at the end of Herbert Harris Road. While the officer was conducting a warrant and license check, he saw the other passengers moving around as if they were trying to hide something. He received permission to check the vehicle for illegal items and waited on Deputy B. Dyals arrival to conduct the search. After backup arrived, Cpl. Walker asked the four passengers to step out of the Nissan and saw a black handgun in the back seat floorboard. He learned that Tammy Wells, 33, of Hilliard, Keith Groven stein, 49, of Hilliard and Gary Woolard, 53, of Folkston were all convicted felons. Ms. Wells and Jerrie Raulerson, 39, of Hilliard were in the back seat where the firearm was located. A purse belonging to Ms. Raulerson contained a pipe with white residue on it that she said was used to consume meth, according to the report. Cpl. Walker also found a straw in Mr. Nicks jacket that also had a powdery white substance inside. Ms. Wells, Mr. Groven stein and Mr. Woolard were all charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, while Ms. Raulerson and Mr. Nicks were charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.JOEL ADDINGTONMANAGING EDITOR email@example.comRosemary Belcher of Glen St. Mary fell in her kitchen last week and was taken to the emergency room. Shes still re covering from her injuries, including burns to her hands and foot as well as cuts and possible bone injuries to her face. Its been horrendous, said Ms. Belcher, who is elderly and lives with her daughter. But something happened on the way to the Fraser Hospital that Ms. Belcher hopes never happens to anyone else. She said she overheard one of the male paramedics sitting in the front passenger seat say to the female driver of the ambulance taking her to the hospital, You missed the turn. Were you texting again? And bit later she said she heard the driver respond, It was an ongoing conversation. Ms. Belcher told her daughter what she overheard and the daughter confronted the male paramedic, who Ms. Belcher said denied his colleague was texting while driving. State law explicitly prohibits drivers from texting while driving, though it has an exception for emergency responders texting as part of their official duties. Breaking the law is a nonmoving traffic violation, similar to not wearing a seatbelt. But after Ms. Belcher contacted county officials, they said the story she described and that of the paramedics conflict very greatly, said County Manager C.J. Thompson. He said both personnel were interviewed separately by EMS director David Richardson. He said their stories that the male was in the back of the unit with the patient and the driver was not texting matched up. Mr. Thompson said the driv er did miss a turn on the way to Fraser Hospital, but that the male paramedics statement was a quip, and not meant lit erally. The driver, meanwhile, denied the allegation, he said. There was no way to see her, but both were adamant thats not what they were doing, said the county manager. No one can corroborate she was texting. He added that while state law prohibits texting while driving, the countys employee policies do not address the matter, nor any rules regarding use of social media. Our last revision to the employee policy was before texting was even invented, said Mr. Thompson. He said revi sions will be considered by the county commission to update the policy in the near future.Texting in the rescue unit?Assault on deputy, drugsArrest at scene of north city disturbance PHOTOS BY JOEL ADDINGTON Final day for kids summer seriesPictured the last day in the summer program series: (above) Leliani Perry tosses a frisbee through a pyramid of buckets for a prize, (right) Kendall Cone plays toss with other children, and (below from right) C.J. Adams, Timothy Brewer, Phillip Spreadbug and Cody Shrull in tug of war.Adult ed and GED prepAdult basic education and GED test preparation classes will resume Monday, August 18 at the adult ed centers in Macclenny on West Minnesota and in Sanderson at 9846 CR 229 North. Monday through Friday 9 am to 1 pm, and evening classes at the Macclenny location on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6:30-9 pm. Pre-registration is required at the Macclenny center on weekdays from 8 am-3 pm. The adult ed tuition is $30 per term, non-refundable cash only. For more information, please call Alicia Chauncey at 259-0403. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meetings Mon., Wed. & Fri. at 8 pm8981 S. SR 228 Macc.
ursday, July 31, 2014 T B C P Page 9Seeks supplies for local schoolsA month-long give back to school drive for school sup plies was launched recently to copal Childrens Services on South 6th St. in Macclenny. The drive is sponsored by America. For more details, contact Christie Passmore at 259-2042. EDUCATION Master of Public Administration (MPA) UNF Bachelor of Education University of Florida EXPERIENCE Teacher: 13 years Florida classroom teacher Education Supervisor/ Department of Corrections: 6 years TEACHING CERTIFICATION Educational Leadership PreK-3rd Grade Emotionally Handicapped K-12 COMMITMENT $10K for Kids School Board Member Vote August 26 forSCAMMACCAfor Baker County School Board District 4PAUL$10KFOR KIDSIf elected, I will donate $10,000 to our school district for use in our classrooms. Experience in Education for Education PAUL Paid political advertisement paid for and approved by Paul Scammacca for School Board District 4.My family has lived in Baker County since 2006. I was raised in Gainesville while my wife, Erica, was raised in Jacksonville. Erica is a speech-language pathologist in school and rehabilitation settings. We have four beautiful little girls. The oldest is going into third grade at Macclenny Elementary. Our family attends Celebration Church. As a public school teacher for over 13 years, I feel my professional in-field experience can help shape our districts future in education. Therefore, I have outlined the following focus areas which will address our future needs: Strategic Growth/Planning In order for our students to be competitive in todays workforce, we must give them the necessary tools to be successful. This can be achieved through calculated growth while attracting businesses suitable for our community. Growing our tax base without raising taxes will be the key to giving our students the very best. I feel our district needs to attract and maintain highly qualified employees. With the various changes currently being negotiated for our districts staff, i.e. healthcare, teacher salary schedules, district/employee insurance costs we need to have in place employee packages that are fair for those who work with our children. Vocational/Academic TrainingWith the increasing costs of post-secondary training, I feel we must place our students on a vocational/academic track which allows them to pursue job ready possibilities upon graduating high school. As the son of a former New York City firefighter and school nurse, I take seriously my commitment to public service and helping those in need. I would like to take my 20+ years experience in education to our school board. Please consider me on August 26 for the District 4 seat. Thank you for your support.Paul Scammacca CAMMACCA $ JOEL ADDINGTONMANAGING EDITOR firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Baker County Education Association and the school district agreed the afternoon of July 29 to a deal that will give teachers a one-time $600 bonus and an additional $15 per paycheck contribution towards rising health insurance premiums for the coming school year. The accord came after four bargaining sessions that began in late May between the teachers union and district leader ship. After the second-to-last meeting, the associations president Angela Callahan was frustrated with the process. She said then: Ive never had it [contract negotiations] be that negative, in terms of them [the district] just saying no, no, no. She shared similar sentiments at the start of this weeks meeting. When we came to this table our goal was not to place a fi nancial burden on this district, read Mrs. Callahan, a middle school teacher, from a prepared statement. Our goal was to help the teachers in this district see growth in their career, financially and professionally. We wanted to avoid seeing teachers bringing home less money than they had in previous years ... We just wanted to feel appreciated and somewhat compensated for the time, energy and skill that we bring to our jobs. At that point, the management teams latest proposal, which it had called its best and final offer, was a $400 bonus and the additional $15 per paycheck contribution towards health insurance. The association, or BCEA, initially sought a $2500 in crease in base pay in addition to so-called step raises based on years of service to the district. Before this week, the BCEA had agreed to a $750 one-time bonus. During a three-hour negotiation session on Tuesday, however, the two sides settled on the terms of the new teacher contract for the 2014-15 school year. In addition to the $600 bonus, the parties also agreed to give teachers who transfer from high performing schools to low performing schools those graded with a D or F a $300 one-time bonus. Teachers in Title I schools would get a $50 bonus under the deal as well. When we left last time, we were very gloomy, Mrs. Callahan told the management team of associate superintendent of human resources Robin Mobley, associate superintendent of curriculum and instruction David Davis, director of auxil iary services David Crawford, transportation department director Johnnie Jacobs and assistant middle school principal Allen Murphy after coming to terms Tuesday. We didnt expect to see any movement, so it means a lot that you and the [school] board showed the effort, she said. After coming to terms this week, the two sides shared a coconut cake. There were also a number of proposals sought by the teachers union but rejected by management. They included: A requirement that supplemental positions, or those for coaching, club sponsors and other after school activities, be advertised annually regard less of whether the position is vacant, provided the position is occupied by a non-district employee. The language was meant to ensure employees have an opportunity to ap ply for those positions, though principals would still have the authority to hire whomever they want, according to an update on bargaining circulated to association members. A $2000 salary supple ment for dual-enrollment teachers, or those teaching college level classes. Language giving past paraprofessionals, or non-instructional employees working with students under the direct supervision of certified teachers, who go on to earn a teaching degree partial credit for the years they spent with the district as a paraprofessional with regard to the step salary schedule. The union requested one year credit for every two years served. The district also rejected a proposal to dilute the partial to one year of credit per three years served. One proposal sought by the district and rejected by the union would make step raises negotiated rather than automatic, noted Jerry Copeland, a consultant who served as the lead negotiator for the district. Throughout the process, he stressed the districts dire financial outlook, a view bolstered by a mass e-mail sent to all district staff by Mrs. Mobley July 24. The message said $3.9 million in general fund reserves has been lost during the last three years to balance annual budgets. It also said the district expects to lose $4.8 million in general fund reserves during the next three years. Mrs. Callahan and oth ers from BCEA team said the projection was exaggerated, however, because it assumes no additional revenue will be available from the state or federal government in the future. The union president and the groups lead negotiator with the Florida Education Association described the e-mail as scare tactics. The district team counters that in the last three years the dip into general fund reserves has grown about $100,000 each year and the projection is simply a continuation of that trend, a point Mrs. Richardson made during a school board meeting the day before the final negotiation session. Now, members of the teachers union and the school board will consider the new con tract in the coming weeks. The school board is expected to vote on the proposal at its 5 p.m. meeting on August 4. As for the teachers, the BCEA team said it will recommend approval of the proposed contract to its members. We do feel good about this, said Mrs. Callahan. New policies were put in place last week by the school board for the 2014-15 school year regarding cyber bullying, concussions, credit for school lunches and school bus seat belts, among others. Under the new policy language: No student can try out for or participate in athletics without filing a parental consent form explaining the nature and risk of concussion and head injury, as required by state law. The consent must be refiled annually. Furthermore, students suspected of sustaining a con cussion or head injury must be removed from play immediately, and cannot return until being cleared by appropriate medical personnel. Rather than barring any credit for school lunches, the new policy permits elementary school students to buy lunches on credit as deemed necessary by school officials and limits older students to no more than two lunches on credit. Students enrolled full-time in virtual school are now eligible to participate in extracurricular activities at brick-andmortar schools. Students attending a D or F school can now opt to attend a different public school inside or outside the district. Prior to the new policy, only students attending F schools could switch. The change means students attending Keller Intermediate School, the districts only Dschool, can move to a higher performing school outside the county. Anti-bullying policies were updated to include cyber bullying, or bullying done using a computer. School buses bought since 2001 must now be equipped with seat belts. Purchase this photo at www.bakercountypress.com Photo by Joel AddingtonTeachers union negotiations Tuesday afternoon with the district team on the left and teachers on the right.Teachers get $600 bonusPlus some help with insurance Our goal was to help the teachers in this district see growth in their career, nancially and professionally.Angela CallahanBaker County Education Association PresidentPolicies on bullying, lunchesPurchase photos from the paper atwww.bakercountypress.com Anderson Quality ROOFING Metal Reroofs & Roof Repairs Shingle Reroofs & RepairsYour hometown contractor! FREE ESTIMATESLIC.#CCC13302742593300IN GOD WE TRUST. LICENSED & INSUREDLIC.#CBC1259558LLC NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS Meetings Tuesday & Thursday at 6:45 7:45 pm Baker County Health Department
Page 10 T B C P ursday, July 31, 2014 LEGA L NOTICES Higginbothams Towing & Recovery Inc. 7611 West Mt. Vernon St. Glen St. Mary, FL 32040 The following vehicle will be sold at public auction on August 15, 2014 at 10 am at Higginbothams Towing & Recovery 7611 West Mt. Vernon St., Glen St. Mary, FL 32040: 1991 Ford F150 Vin # 1FTDF15N6MNA00118 7/31c IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO.: 13000152CAMXAX TD BANK, N.A., as successor by merger with Carolina First Bank, as successor by merger with Mercantile Bank, Plaintiff, vs. JAMES O. KEMP, et al., Defendants __________________________/ NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated March 3, 2014, entered in Civil Case No. 13000152CAMXAX of the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit in and for Baker County, Florida, wherein TD BANK, N.A. is Plaintiff and JAMES O. KEMP; et al., are Defendant(s). I will sell to the highest bidder for cash, at the front door of the Baker County Courthouse, 339 E. Macclenny Ave., Macclenny, FL at 11:00 a.m. on the 15th day of October, 2014, the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit: Lot 10, Block C,Lot 10, Block C, MACCLENNY II, UNIT II, according to the plat thereof as recorded in Plat Book 2, Pages 64 65, in the current Public Records of Baker County, Florida. Street address: 4336 Birch Street, Macclenny, Florida 32063 Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. DATED this 21st day of July, 2014. AL FRASER Clerk of Circuit Court BY: Tabitha Addison Deputy Clerk Daniel S. Mandel, Esq. DANIEL S. MANDEL, P.A. Attorneys for Plaintiff 1900 N.W. Corporate Blvd., Ste. 305W Boca Raton, FL 33431 Tel: (561) 826-1740 Fax: (561) 826-1741 7/24-31c NOTICE Invitation for Bids (IFB) Bid # 14-03 New River Regional Landfill Precast Box Culverts The New River Solid Waste Association (NRSWA) is extending an invitation for bids (IFB) for furnished and delivered precast box culverts. The culverts are approximately 40 linear feet of double-barrel 12-foot-span by 6-foot-rise precast box culverts. The successful Bidder will be responsible for furnishing and delivering precast materials; including preparing shop drawings, transportation, and providing a spreader bar or lifting tool for the Owners use at the New River Regional Landfill (NRRL). All materials shall be furnished and delivered in accordance with the specifications, drawings, and contract requirements included as part of the contract documents. NRRL is located approximately 2.5 miles north of Raiford, Florida, on the east side of State Road 121 in Union County. Bid packages and other information are available for pickup at the Administrative Office at NRSWA, 24276 NE 157th Street, Raiford, Florida, 32083. All bids must be submitted on the Bid Form provided. Completed bids are to be mailed to NRSWA, PO Box 647, Raiford, Florida, 32083 or delivered to the NRSWA Administrative Office at 24276 NE 157th Street, Raiford, Florida, 32083. After the IFB opening, the bids will be examined for completeness and preserved in the custody of the NRSWA Executive Director. NRSWA Purchasing Policy will be ensued. All bids received after the specified time and date will not be considered. Contact the NRSWA office at 386-431-1000 for questions concerning the bid package. The DEADLINE for submittal is Monday, August 11, 2014, 3:00 P.M. (local time). 7/31c IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION CASE NO.: 2014-CP-000005 In Re: The Estate of LOVEY AUDREY CLARDY, Deceased. / AMENDED NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of LOVEY AUDREY CLARDY, deceased, is pending in the Circuit Court for Baker County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is the Baker County Courthouse, 339 E. Macclenny Avenue, Macclenny, Florida 32063. The name and address of the personal representative and the personal representatives attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against Decedents estate, including unmatured, contingent or unliquidated claims, on whom a copy of this notice is served must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against the decedents estate, including unmatured, contingent or unliquidated claims, must file their claims with this Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. The date of this first publication of this Notice is July 31, 2014. Attorney for Personal Representative R. R. Crabtree, Esquire #0599859 Crabtree Law Group, P.A. 8777 San Jose Blvd., Bldg. A, #200 Jacksonville, FL 32217 (904) 732-9701 (904) 732-9702(facsimile) Personal Representative L. Gale Lamb 3723 River Hall Dr. Jacksonville, FL 32217 7/31-8/7c SECTION 00100 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BID PROJECT: City of Macclenny Construction of a new Fire Station No.1 Baker County, Florida OWNER: City of Macclenny 118 East Macclenny Avenue Macclenny, Florida 32063 ENGINEER: Darabi and Associates, Inc. 4140 NW 37th Place Suite A Gainesville, Florida 32606 Telephone: (352) 376-6533 ARCHITECT: BrameHeck Architects Inc. 606 N.E. First Street Gainesville, Florida 32601 Telephone: (352) 372-0425 1.0 WORK DESCRIPTION This Project is located in Baker County, Florida, in the City of Macclenny. Separate sealed BIDS for the construction of a new Fire Station No. 1. The one story 11,868 square foot building will house a vehicle bay, living quarters for personnel and an administrative office area for the Fire Department. The living area and office areas of the building will be concrete block structure with wood trusses. The vehicle bay will be a preengineered metal building. 2.0 PRE-BID MEETING A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held at the project location at 139 East Macclenny Avenue (US Highway 90), Macclenny, FL 32063, on Friday August 15, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. (local time). This will be the only opportunity to gain physical access to the site. 3.0 RECEIPT OF BIDS Bidding and Contract Documents may be obtained at ENGINEERS office or by mail by contacting Sherra Davis at (352) 376-6533. Payment for each set of Contract Documents is required from prospective Bidders in amount of $350 per set, which constitutes the cost for reproduction and handling. Checks shall be made payable to the ENGINEER. Payment is non-refundable. Documents will be shipped upon receipt of payment, but not sooner. Bids shall be completed on the enclosed Bid Form as set forth in the Instructions to Bidders and otherwise be in compliance with the Bidding Documents. Sealed bids will be received at City Hall, 118 E. Macclenny Avenue, Macclenny, Florida, 32063, until 2:00 p.m. (local time) on September 5, 2014, all bids will then be publicly opened and read aloud. Any Bids received after the specified time and date may not be considered. Only prospective bidders on the Engineers Plan Holders list and who have attended the mandatory pre-bid meeting may submit a bid. For further information or clarification, contact Frank Darabi, P.E., at (352) 376-6533. 7/31c IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO: 12000246CA MCM CAPTIAL PARTNERS, LLC AS TRUSTEE OF VENTURES TRUST 2013 I-H-R, Plaintiff, v. DAVID R. PEMBLETON, et al. Defendants. _____________________________/ NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered in the cause pending in the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit, in and for Baker County, Florida, Case No. 2012000246CA, in which MCM CAPITAL PARTNER, LLC AS TRUSTEE OF VENTURES TRUST 2013 I-H-R, is Plaintiff, and David R. Pembleton, Sr. a/k/a David R. Pembelton, Sr., Barbara Belleville, Jodijo Hunter, Livingston Financial, LLC, Joseph Franklin Starling, Riley Lee Starling, State of Florida Department of Revenue, Carolyn Annette Thomas and Unknown Tenant, Defendants, the undersigned Clerk will sell the following described property situated in Baker County, Florida: A PARCEL OF LAND LYING AND BEING IN THE COUNTY OF BAKER AND STATE OF FLORIDA AND BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: COMMENCE AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF SECTION 32, TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH, RANGE 22 EAST,AND RUN EASTERLY ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF SAID SECTION 1760.0 FEET, MORE OR LESS TO THE WEST LINE OF WEST BOULEVARD OF THE TOWN OF MACCLENNY, THENCE SOUTH 10 DEGREES 24 MINUTES EAST, 309 FEET TO THE SOUTH LINE OF OHIO AVENUE, THENCE SOUTH 79 DEGREES 10 MINUTES WEST ALONG SAID SOUTH LINE OF OHIO AVENUE, 937.39 FEET TO THE WEST LINE OF A 60.0 FOOT STREET OR ROAD; THENCE RUN SOUTH 8 DEGREES 16 MINUTES EAST ALONG THE WEST LINE, 864.78 FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH 80 DEGREES 16 MINUTES WEST, 122.86 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING, THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH 80 DEGREES 16 MINUTES WEST, 122.86 FEET, THENCE RUN SOUTH 2 DEGREES 12 MINUTES WEST, 81.41 FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 80 DEGREES 16 MINUTES EAST, 130.28 FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 2 DEGREES 58 MINUTES 02 SECONDS WEST, 80.21 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. Together with an undivided percentage interest in the common elements pertaining thereto at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash at 11:00 am on the 18th day of September, 2014, in the lobby of the Baker County Courthouse at: 339 E. Macclenny Avenue, Macclenny, Fl 32063. Any person claiming 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 this 21st day of July, 2014. AL FRASER Clerk Circuit Court By: Julie B. Combs Deputy Clerk CAMERON H.P. WHITE Florida Bar No. 021343 email@example.com JASON R. HAWKINS Florida Bar No. 011925 firstname.lastname@example.org South Milhausen, P.A. 1000 Legion Place, Suite 1200 Orlando, Florida 32801Telephone: (407) 539-1638 Facsimile: (407) 539-2679 Attorneys for Plaintiff If you are a person with a disability who needs any accom modation in order to partici pa t e in this pro c ee ding, you are entitle d, at no co st to you, to the provisio n of ce rtai n a ssi st ance. Perso ns with a disability who need any accommodation in order to partici pate should call Jan Phillips, ADA Coordinator, Alachua County Cour thouse, 201 E. University Ave., Gainesville, FL 32601 at (352) 337-623 7 wit hin two (2) worki ng d ays of your re cei pt of this noti c e; if you are heari ng imp aired call (800 ) 95 5-8771; if you are voice impai re d, call (80 0) 9 55-8 770. 7/24-31c IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA. CASE No. 12000197CA OCWEN LOAN SERVICING, LLC, PLAINTIFF, VS. JARED F. SATTERWHITE, ET AL. DEFENDANT(S). __________________________/ NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated July 14, 2014 in the above action, I will sell to the highest bidder for cash at Baker, Florida, on September 11, 2014 at 11:00 AM, at 339 E. Macclenny Ave., Room 113, Macclenny, FL 32063 for the following described property: Lot 19, Block C, Macclenny II, Unit II, according to the plat thereof as recorded in Plat Book 2, Pages 64 and 65, 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 le a claim within sixty (60) days after the sale. The Court, in its discretion, may enlarge the time of the sale. Notice of the changed time of sale shall be published as provided herein. DATED: July 17, 2014 Al Fraser CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: Tabitha Addison Deputy Clerk of the Court Prepared by: Gladstone Law Group, P.A. 1499 W. Palmetto Park Road, Suite 300 Boca Raton, FL 33486 If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact ADA Coordinator at 352-337-6237 or at ada@circuit8. org, Alachua County Courthouse, 201 E. University Avenue, Room 410, Gainesville, FL 32601 at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notication if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. 7/24-31c IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case #: 2013-CA-000194 JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association Plaintiff, vs. George Newton Moore Jr. a/k/a George Moore; Gale Alice Esco; Unknown Parties may claim an interest as Spouse, Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, or Other Claimants Unknown Parties in Possession #1, If living, and all Unknown Parties claiming by, through, under and against the above named Defendant(s) who are not known to be dead or alive, whether said Unknown Parties may claim an interest as Spouse, Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, or Other Claimants; Unknown Parties in Possession #2, If living, and all Unknown Parties claiming by, through, under and against the above named Defendant(s) who are not known to be dead or alive, whether said Defendant(s). __________________________/ NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to order rescheduling foreclosure sale or Final Judgment, entered in Civil Case No. 2013-CA-000194 of the Circuit Court of the 8th Judicial Circuit in and for Baker County, Florida, wherein JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association, Plaintiff and George Newton Moore Jr. a/k/a George Moore are defendant(s), I, Clerk of Court, Al Fraser, will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash AT THE EAST DOOR OF THE BAKER COUNTY COURTHOUSE LOCATED AT 339 EAST MACCLENNY AVENUE, MACCLENNY, BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA, 11:00 A.M. on September 4, 2014, the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment, to-wit:, LOT 11 B, BLOCK 3: A PART OF LOT 11, BLOCK 3, OF JERRY W. THOMAS SUBDIVISION, AS PER PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 42, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA, MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: COMMENCE AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF LOT 11, IN SAID BLOCK 3, AND RUN NORTH 1 DEGREE 31 32 EAST, ALONG THE WEST LINE THEREOF, 84.00 FEET FOR A POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE CONTINUE NORTH 1 DEGREE 31 32 EAST, 90.00 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 19 39 WEST, 90.00 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 1 DEGREE 31 32 WEST, 90.47 FEET; THENCE NORTH 88 DEGREES 19 39 WEST 90.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. AND LOT 11 C, BLOCK 3: A PART OF LOT 11, IN BLOCK 3, OF JERRY W. THOMAS SUBDIVISION, AS PER PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 42, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA, COMMENCE AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF LOT 11, IN SAID BLOCK 3, AND RUN NORTH 1 DEGREE 31 32 EAST, ALONG THE WEST LINE THEREOF, 174.47 FEET FOR A POINT OF BEGINNING: THENCE CONTINUE NORTH 1 DEGREE 31 32 EAST, ALONG THE WEST LINE THEREOF, 25.00 FEET TO THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF LOT 11, IN SAID BLOCK 3; THENCE SOUTH 88 DEGREES 28 03 EAST, ALONG THE NORTH LINE THEREOF, 165.90 FEET TO THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF LOT 11, IN SAID BLOCK 3, THENCE SOUTH 1 DEGREE 36 01 WEST, ALONG THE EAST LINE THEREOF, 99.94 FEET, THENCE NORTH 88 DEGREES 19 39 WEST, 75.77 FEET, THENCE NORTH 1 DEGREE 31 32 EAST, 74.53 FEET, THENCE NORTH 88 DEGREES 19 39 WEST, 90.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the ADA Coordinator;201 East University Avenue, Room 410, Gainesville, Florida 32601 (352) 491-4490 at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification of the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days. If you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. DATED at Baker County, Florida, this 9th day of July, 2014. Al Fraser CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: Julie B. Combs DEPUTY CLERK OF COURT Submitted By: ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF: SHAPIRO, FISHMAN & GACH, LLP 2424 North Federal Highway, Suite 360 Boca Raton, Florida 33431 (561) 998-6700 (561) 998-6707 7/24-31c A, R&R, Inc. 11837 N SR 121 Macclenny, FL 32063 The following vehicle will be sold at public auction on August 15, 2014 at 10 am at A, R&R, Inc. 11837 N SR 121, Macclenny, FL 32063: 2001 Nissan Sentra Vin # 3N1BB51D81L129922 7/31c First United Methodist PRESCHOOLCome Experience the DifferenceBuilding Bright Futures in Baker County for 35 years Faith based format Weekly, age-appropriate chapel services Saxon Phonics curriculum Smaller class size Kindergarten prepared Parental involvement Extended care available for enrolled students Preschool hours: 8:30-11:30 am Free 4 year old VPK We are proud of our program here at Methodist Preschool, and believe our students are some of the best prepared upon entering kindergarten. But dont just take our word for it; listen to what our alumnis parents have to say. I love that my child is made to feel special everyday. The environment is happy and fun, and one that makes learning easier. Also, providing a Christian foundation is very important to us. We are very pleased with FUMC. The preschool feels like an extension of my family that watches over my child and teaches them the same ideals, faith and beliefs. My child enjoys going to school and has learned so much. I love that my child is taught about Christ and says the blessing for us at every meal. FUMC has done a wonderful job, and I never worry about my children when they are in their care. Long before your child comes through our doors, they have already begun their formidable years of learning. At Methodist we focus on their educational, social and spiritual development by providing a safe and fun environment where they can grow and thrive. We are committed to furnishing your child with all the skills necessary for success through our loving and caring teachers who promote high academic standards while keeping in mind that each child is a unique gift. You a bright future.OPEN ENROLLMENT NOW!Call to reserve your childs place in our heart!259-3521Monday-Friday 6:30 am 6:00 pmClasses begin August 18 Come Experience the Difference Come Experience the Difference Baton Twirling!Come experience the fun and excitement of baton twirling from the very best!REGISTRATION AND TWIRLING BEGINS THURS., SEPT. 4TH AT KELLER INTERMEDIATE GYMNASIUM, 4:30 PM The all-American Twirling Academy includes Baker County Gatorette instructor June Stoeber among others! First time beginners through advanced * Ages 4 through High School For more info. call 904-483-6174, 352-514-1362, or 259-4308; or email email@example.com Lions present check from Possum eventMembers of the Macclenny Lions Club turned over $1500 in proceeds from last springs rst Possum in the Park benet to representatives of the Dreams Come True organization that funds special events for seriously ill children. The Lions and Baker County Rotary Club were chief sponsors of the event that was staged at Glen St. Marys Celebration Park. Pictured above are (front, l-r) Chuck Brannan, Sarah Sheppard, Andrea Siracusa of Dreams Come True, club president Henry Concha, organizer Cathy Mendolera, Paul Raulerson, Neil ODonnell, (back) Terry Clardy, Joey Williams, Greg Sheppard, William Beckum, Richard Sinclair (hidden), Gene Harvey, Mac McCollum and Jim Palleschi. The presentation was made the evening of July 28.Camelot Community Care, a childrens mental health counseling organization, was recently hired to provide inhome services in Baker County, along with several other counties in north and central Florida. Its representative, Donna Koncinsky, said recently that Camelot is seeking referrals from community groups of children with emotional or behavioral issues. Our primary goal to keep them in their homes and out of the mental hospital, said Ms. Koncinsky at this months Baker Prevention Coalition meeting. Camelot, based in Ocala, was contracted by the TampaLutheran Services of Florida, which manages all adult and child mental health services in a 23-county region including Baker County under a $92-million contract with the Florida Department of Children and Families. across the region for in-home counseling, particularly in rural areas where transportation to therapists and psycholo gists is more problematic. Ms. Koncinsky said treatment often involves the whole family, not just the child in need of services. In addition to family and individual counseling, the case management, medication management and substance abuse evaluations.In-home kids counseling oered ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meetings Mon., Wed. & Fri. at 8 pm8981 S. SR 228 Macc.
Page 11 T B C P ursday, July 31, 2014 STACIEHARVEYfor CLERK OF COURTS VoteE XPERIENCE that Matters! E XPERIENCE You Can Trust!Political advertisement paid for and approved by Stacie Harvey (D) for Clerk of Courts. CAMPAIGN BLOWOUTSaturday, August 2 | 4 pm ?Celebration Park in GlenFOOD & FUN PROVIDED Come out and show your support! Thats why Ill be in your area 3-6 pm withFREE hotdogs, burgers, chips & drinks:Glen St. Mary Tues., Aug. 12 Cuyler Wed., Aug. 20 Sanderson Thurs., Aug. 21 & 12-3 pm in Macclenny Sat., Aug. 23 YOUR VOTE COUNTS AND YOUR VIEWS MATTER! ADAM GIDDENS County Commissioner District 4 Paid by Adam Giddens, Republican, Baker County Commissioner, District 4.Re-Elect FREE hotdogs, burgers, chips & drinks Glen St. Mary Tues., Aug. 12 Cuyler Wed., Aug. 20 Sanderson Thurs., Aug. 21 Re-ELECTCharlie ARTIEBURNETTCharlie ARTIEBURNETTSCHOOL BOARD District 4SCHOOL BOARD District 4 Reliable and Dependable: Worker for the state of Florida in corrections for the past 32 years Married to Martha Lloyd Burnett for 28 years Son of Pansy Burnett and the late Mac Burnett Father of 23 year old Charlie Burnett IV and 9 year old Maranda BurnettPassionate about the Value of Education and Baker County:I feel being a member of the Baker County School Board has allowed me to use my education, experience and fiscally conservative values to positively and effectively serve my community. With your vote, you can be assured I will continue to do my best. I look forward to continuing to serve you as we face the challenges of today and tomorrow. My roots in Baker County go back 100 years to when my great-grandfather, John Burnett, bought a farm north of Sanderson near Cedar Creek and moved his family there, which included my grandfather, Charlie Burnett, around 1914. My father, Charlie Mac Burnett was later born at home in Sanderson in a house that sat between the hard road (Hwy. 90) and the railroad. So, my passion for and commitment to Baker County and the people living here runs deep.QUALIFIED: School Board Member since 2010 Member Master School Board since 2012 Associates Degree Lake City Community College and graduated Magna Cum Laude with a 4.0 GPA Phi Theta Kappa Honor Fraternity Bachelors Degree Florida State University with a major in Finance & Banking and minored in Public Administration & Accounting Baker County resident for 38 years Former Little League coach Member Taylor Church Taylor community BURNETT Keep up with the campaign on Facebook!Search Re-elect Artie Burnett for School BoardPaid for by Charlie Burnett School Board District 4. Benet for Brody Heppner last Saturday raises $10,000-plusOrganizer Katie Rhoden estimated the amount collected for the family of three-month-old Brody Heppner during a benet at the county fairgrounds on July 26 in excess of $10,000. Young Brody (right) was on hand that morning with parents Crystal and Dustin Heppner, and attendees braved a heat index in excess of 100 degrees to turn out for a silent auction in the exhibit barn, an antique car show (top) and other events like face painting (below) by Brittni Lauramore, shown here with 8-year-old Rebecca Taylor. The event also included a 5K run early that morning. Brody was born in April with a hy poplastic left side of his heart and has undergone three surgeries.Thanks so much!I would like to say thank you to everyone in the community who helped make the Prayers for Brody event on July 26 possible. There will never be enough words to thank everyfood, drinks, music, bounce houses, activities for the kinds, along with those who volunteered their time and worked behind the scenes to make this event a huge success. There are too many people to name individually and so many who had a hand in helping that it would be impossible to thank them personally. So please accept this sincerely thank you from the bottom of my heart! There is no better place to live, work, attend church and raise a family than in Baker County!Katie RhodenArt classes The Baker County school ing two classes for citizens age 55 or older: Acrylic painting starting on Tuesday, August 19 from 9 am-12:30 pm and in the afternoon from 2-5 pm. All supplies are included in this grant-funded program. Computer classes will begin on Thursday, August 21. Introduction to PCs at 9 am Word at 1-4 pm. Pre-registration is required for both classes and opens on Monday, July 28 at the districts adult ed center on West Minnesota Ave. in Macclenny, where the classes will be held. Contact Alicia Chauncey at 259-0403 for more informa tion.Were always looking for news-from youIf you got news, especially good news, we want to hear about it. The Press records and regularly sched uled events, but we rely on you, the reader, to inform us about whats happening in your neighborhood, whether its central Macclenny near reaches of Baker County. When Baker County residents are making waves around the country or the globe, wed like to shine a light on them, too. That mission trip that was especially challenging, traveling sports teams, the tales of good deeds that should not go unnoticed, we want to know all about them. You can reach us several ways: by calling Managing Ed itor Joel Addington at (407) 617-4783 or sending him an email at reporter@bakercounus on Facebook and Twitter. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS Meetings Tuesday & Thursday at 6:45 7:45 pm Baker County Health Department ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meetings Mon., Wed. & Fri. at 8 pm 8981 S. SR 228 Macc.
Page12JULY 31, 2014 DINKINS NEW CONGREGATIONAL METHODIST CHURCHCR 127 N. of Sanderson Sunday School 10:00 am Sunday Morning Service 11:00 am Sunday Night Service 6:00 pm Wed. Night Service 7:30 pmPastor Allen Crews Assistant Pastor Timothy Alford Sanderson Congregational Holiness ChurchCR 127 N., Sanderson, FL Sunday School 10:00 am Morning Worship 11:00 amSunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm Wed. Evening Prayer Serv. 7:30 pmPastor: Oral E. Lyons The Road to CalvaryCorner of Madison & Stoddard Glen St. Mary Rev. Tommy & Doris AndersonYouth Director Rebecca LauramorePhone: 904-259-2213Sunday School: . . . . . 10:00 am Sunday Morning Service . 11:00 am Sunday Evening Service . . 6:00 pm Wednesday Night . . . . 7:30 pm .4 mile South of I-10 on CR 125Glen St. Mary, Florida rfn tbrf Saint Peters in the GlenANGLICAN CHURCH Community Full Gospel Church12664 Mud Lake Rd. Sunday School 10:00 am Sunday Morning 11:00 am Sunday Evening 6:00 pm Tuesday Evening 7:30 pm Pastor Tommy Richardson || 904-275-2949 First United Methodist Church 93 N. 5th St. (SR228) Macclenny, Fl ~ Sunday Worship 11amLoving GodLoving PeopleServing Our CommunityCome Join Us First Baptist Church of SandersonCR 229 S., Sanderson FLSunday School . . . 10:00 am Sun. Morning Worship 11:00 am Sun. Evening Worship . 6:00 pm Wed Eve. Bible Study . 7:00 pmDr. Roy Vining Mt. Zion N.C. Methodist Church rffntbPastor Tim CheshireSunday 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 kingdom of God." 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Lauramore welcomes all 523 North Boulevard W. | a few blocks north of Hwy. 90 in Macclenny T L CIntersection of CR 125 & 250 in Taylor 259-8353 Sunday school 10:00 am Sunday service 11:00 amWednesday 6:30 pmPastor Bobby & Faye Gri n 380 N. Lowder Street | Macclenny, Florida904-259-4600Committed to serving your family with the honesty, respect and dignity you deserveDirect Cremation $995Remains returned in container suitable for burialTraditional Funeral starting at $5595Includes basic service of Funeral Director and staff, removal from place of death, embalming, one night visitation (funer al home or church), service vehicles, funeral service (funeral home, church or graveside), memorial package, casket, vault, open and close of grave (weekdays)*Everyday prices, no Special Pricing, no hidden charges Visit our website for helpful resources FAMILY OWNED & OPERATED H.M. Hank Forbes, Jr. Owner/Licensed Funeral Director FORBESFUNERAL HOME John Cribb of Hilliard buried at TaylorJohn Henry Cribb Jr., 82, of Hilliard, Florida died Tuesday, July 22, 2014 at the V.A. Medical Center in Gainesville following a brief illness. He was born in Georgetown, South Carolina and lived in Jacksonville before moving to Hilliard in 1971. He was a machine operator with Anchor Glass Company in Jacksonville for 32 years. He was a member of the Taylor Church, the International Association of Machinists Union and an Army veteran of the Korean War. and being with his family. Mr. Cribb is survived by wife Willie Mae Cribb of Hilliard; daughters Glynda (Wilburn) Burch and Rosette (George) Stanhope, both of Green Cove Springs and Debbie Williams of Jacksonville; sons Dennis (Sandy) Cribb and William Sweat, both of Jackson ville, Louis (Linda) Cribb of Middleburg and Jim (Brenda) Cribb of Starke; numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren and greatgreat-grandchildren. The funeral service was conducted at 2 pm on Friday, July 25 at his church with Pastor Marks Woods, assisted by Associate Pastor Jim Cox. Interment followed at Taylor Cemetery. Guerry Funeral Home of Macclenny was in charge of arrangements. John Cribb Jr.Funeral held Tuesday for Mrs. DanielsMarie Daniels, 84, of Macclenny, Florida died after a lengthy illness on July 25, 2014 at her residence with family by her side. She was 1929 to the late Charles Harvey Spencer and Eva Jane Bunch Spencer. Marie was raised in during World War II. They were married after the war on November 2, 1946 and relocated to Jacksonville where they lived for 20 years clenny where they resided for the past 45 years. Mrs. Daniels was an active member of Mt. Zion New Congregational Methodist Church where she served as a Sunday School teacher and church secretary for 23 years before ill health caused her to leave. Marie was dedicated to serving her church and her Lord and Savior. She also was a school crossing guard for 14 years. She loved working with children, helping with all church activities, reading books, sewing and working on crafts. Most of all, Marie loved her family and enjoyed spending time with them. She was preceded in death by her loving husband of 57 years, D.R. Dan Daniels, son Bobby Daniels, sister Marcella Smith and great-granddaughter Ashley Edmonds. Marie is survived by her loving sons Charles Daniels of Jackson ville, Larry (Linda) Daniels and Gary (Holly) Daniels, both of Macclenny and David Daniels of Olustee; four grandchildren, 33 greatgrandchildren and four great-great grandchildren. The funeral service was held Tuesday, July 29 at 11 am at V. Todd Ferreira Funeral Services chapel in Macclenny with Pastor David Macclenny. Marie DanielsFuneral Saturday for David Godbey, 78David Lee Godbey, 78, of Bryceville died on Sunday, July 27, 2014 at the Acosta-Rua Center for Caring in Jacksonville. He was born in Clendenin, West Virginia and lived in Ocala before moving to Bryceville three years ago. Mr. Godbey served in the Air Force from 1952 outdoors. He was preceded in death by his wife of 22 years, Patricia Godbey, in 2010. Survivors include son Richard D. (Christina) Godbey of Bryceville; daughters Glenna Bush of Charleston, S.C. and Jennifer (Steve) Berluti of Las Vegas, NV; brother Bob (Dottie) Godbey of Cummings, Ga.; grandchildren, Shane, Jessie, Larken, Jordyn, Sterling, and Morgan; great-grandchildren Paige, Jade and Paxton; numerous friends and family in Clendenin. The funeral service will be conducted Saturday, August 2, at 1 pm in the chapel of Guerry Funeral Home in Macclennywith Rev. David GodbeyMary Sirmans, 75, dies on July 26thMary Edith Sirmans, 75, of Macclenny died on Saturday, July 26, 2014 at her residence with family by her side. Edith was born in Alabama City, AL on February 25, 1939 to the late A.E. Lancaster and Gertrude Wheat Lancaster. She lived in Macclenny for the past 35 years after moving from Jacksonville. Edith dedicated her life to taking care of her husband and children as a homemaker. She enjoyed gardening, going gospel sings. Most of all, Edith loved her family and enjoyed spending time with them. She was preceded in death by her husband of 50 years, Robert Sirmans; daughter Linda Gail Angel Perry and sister Dora Lancaster. Edith is survived by her loving children Debbie (Rusty) Williams, Robbie Richards, and William Billy Sirmans; brothers C.E. Pete (Judy) Lancaster, Bruce Lancaster, Andrew (Linda) Lancaster, Ver bon (Verna) Lancaster and Hershel (Juanita) Lancaster; 13 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. The funeral service was held on Monday, July 28 at V. Todd Ferreira Funeral Services chapel in Macclenny with Pastor Mae White P.O. Box 22718, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73123-1718. Mary Sirmans NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS Meetings Tuesday & Thursday at 6:45 7:45 pm Baker County Health Department ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meetings Mon., Wed. & Fri. at 8 pm8981 S. SR 228 Macc. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meetings Mon., Wed. & Fri. at 8 pm8981 S. SR 228 Macc.
ursday, July 31, 2014 T B C P Page 13Art classes The Baker County school ing two classes for citizens age 55 or older: Acrylic painting starting on Tuesday, August 19 from 9 am-12:30 pm and in the afternoon from 2-5 pm. All supplies are included in this grant-funded program. Computer classes will begin on Thursday, August 21. Introduction to PCs at 9 am Word at 1-4 pm. Pre-registration is required for both classes and opens on Monday, July 28 at the districts adult ed center on West Minnesota Ave. in Macclenny, where the classes will be held. Contact Alicia Chauncey at 259-0403 for more informa tion. Get ready Kids! Discovering Gods LoveAUgust 4th 7th 6:30 pm 9:00 pmFor completed Kindergarten through 5th Graders 9201 South State Road 121 Macclenny, FL 32063 904-259-6015 Taylor school reunion Sept 6A reunion of students from the former Taylor School is planned for Saturday, Sep tember 6 at the Ag Center on US 90 in Macclenny. Classmates are sought for the event planning and coordination, and the next planning meeting is Thursday, July 24 at 6:30 pm at the home of Tara Yarbourgh Holman in Glen St. Mary. For more information, please call Tara at 449-6566 or Benny Fish at 742-1516. Baxter Community Baptist Church AUG. 7THTH ST ARTING A T 6 PM WITH DINNERSA TURD A Y, AUG. 9TH BEGINNING A T 10 AM, FOLLOWED BY LUNCH AND G AMES!25736 County Rd. 127 & Baxter Macclenny Church of God isgiving away 150 book bags * There will be FOOD, MUSIC, & FREE BOOK BAGS! Macclenny Revival Center215 N. Lowder Street, MacclennyREVIVALA Ugust 4-9 (Monday-Saturday)services start at 7pmno homecoming service Sing on Sat. night, 7:00 pm Heres a glance back at what Baker Countians were reading 75 and 25 years ago this month. The snippets are pulled from our archives:July, 1939-75 years agoMacclenny businessman E.D. Chessman announced the opening soon of a twolane outdoor bowling alley aside his Baker Theater downtown. He told the newspaper he hoped to benet from the bowling craze sweeping Jacksonville. The cost: 10 cents a game for 30 balls. Dr. J. C. Mackey, described as a leading veterinarian in north Florida, warned area livestock owners to be on the lookout for a sleeping sick ness disease. He described it as mosquito-borne and said there was no known cure once an animal is infected. Mules and horses are more suscep tible. The Seminole Hotel in Jacksonville advertised a summer special with rooms start ing at $2 a night for air conditioned comfort Jacksonvilles Leading Hotel modern and reproof. Every room with a tub and shower, soft water, a radio and Venetian blinds. Running water on every oor. Owners of cars and trucks were reminded of the new Florida law requiring drivers licenses by October 1. Ap plicants must be 18 or older, in sound health, have driven a car one year or more without an accident, never used a car to commit a crime, be of a sound mind and not a user of narcotics. The Baptist Church of Mac clenny granted Rev. A. Waters a two-month vacation beginning immediately. Sunday school and regular prayer ser vices will be held as usual. Baker County tobacco growers were advised that the warehouses in Live Oak will open on July 20, and they have ve days after that to bring their crops in before the annual auctions start. The Macclenny home of Mrs. M.L. Vining burned to the ground on July 6; only one rocking chair, one bed spread and one mattress were saved. The home was being rented to her relatives at the time. They were not home. Macclenny Cash Store was selling round steak for 28 cents a pound, 32-ounce peanut butter for 21 cents and ve pounds of fancy rice for 20 cents. The Baker Theater was showing the movie Jesse James with Tyrone Power and Renegade Trail starring Bill Boyd. The Citizens Bank of Mac clenny published its Report of Condition as of June 30. Total assets were $173,304.57, including nearly $71,000 out in loans and $64,445 in cash. The newspaper noted that J.H. Townsend, popular letter carrier from the Glen St. Mary post oce, rounded out 32 years of continuous service when he completed his route on July 15. He began the job on that date in 1907.July, 1989-25 years agoLongtime Sanderson gro cer Eva Mann called it quits after 60 years. Several friend were on hand for her nal day, and the 76-year-old Mrs. Mann recalled that she took only two vacations in her life 18 and 30 years earlier. Anchor Savings Bank in Macclenny advertised annual eective interest rates of 9.25% on 12-month cer ticates of deposit; $9.10 on six-month and 8.87 on threemonth. Tate Powell Jr., longtime publisher and editor of The Baker County Press, died July 8 at Northeast Florida State Hospital where he had been ill several years with Alzheimers Disease. He was 83. The Baker County Commission went on the record opposing both a proposed Navy practice landing strip and a privately-owned landll on the Duval-Baker county line, a project that eventually evolved into the Trailridge Landll o US 301. Baker County school ocials invited a local minister to serve on a textbook selection committee after local minister Rev. Gary King objected to a middle school science book he believed promoted evolution as the sole theory of human existence. Several Army National Guard units were bivouacked at three locations in Baker County in mid-July for what was described as a simulated desert action practicing communication skills. The Guardsmen were camped in Glen between Westside Elementary and the new Baker High, and at Pine Top and Olustee re towers. -The county commission eyed adjoining property near the courthouse for expansion, including the oce of Dr. Frank Kilgo that it eventually acquired (now the public defenders oce). The board also looked at a tract east of the courthouse considered too low and at the present Chevrolet dealership property, considered too pricey. Hundreds of spectators turned out on a humid Satur day night at the county fair grounds to check out what was then the latest craze in motorsports mud boggin. Several Baker County Civil War re-enacters were among hundreds of extras who suit ed up for battle scenes in the movie Glory lmed in South Carolina and Georgia.One Year Ago, We Lost Our MotherBernice Kersey SmithDied August 5, 2013Each morning when I awake, I know that you are gone. And no one knows this heartache, as I try to carry on. Our hearts still ache with sadness, and many tears still with you, your place no one you dearly; in death we love you still. There will always be tears, always a very precious a staircase, and heartaches make a lane, I would walk that path to Heaven, just to see you all again. We hold you both close in our hearts, and there you both will remain. Just knowing youre laid to rest beside each other and in Heaven together gives us such walk with us again, throughout our lives again, until we all meet again, we love you. YOUR LOVING DAUGHTERLOU ANN SMITH MANN AND SONS NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS Meetings Tuesday & Thursday at 6:45 7:45 pm Baker County Health Department ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUSMeetings Mon., Wed. & Fri. at 8 p.m. 8981 S. SR 228, Macclenny
Page 14 T B C P ursday, July 31, 2014 YARD SALES Thursday and Friday, 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., 1127 Copper Field Circle (Copper Creek Subdivision). Large 3 family sale; some of everything. Friday, 8:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m., 5531 Huckleberry Trail, South (Rolling Meadows). Household, books, toys, boys clothes size 4-6, girls clothes 3T4T, adult clothes; good variety. Friday, 8:00 a.m.-?, 288 West Ohio Avenue, Macclenny. Lots of like new girls junior clothes, scrubs, books and household items. Friday and Saturday, 7:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m., 10380 N. Glen Avenue. Clothes, miscellaneous. Friday and Saturday, 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m., 1315 Copper Plantation Court, Macclenny. Household items. Friday and Saturday, 8:00 a.m.-?, 4501 Hickory Street, Macclenny II. Multi-family sale; nice clothes, scrapbooking supplies, like-new treadmill, medical equipment, toys, books, movies and more. Friday and Saturday, 8:00 a.m.-?, Magnolia Drive. 2 family; furniture, household; too much to list. Friday and possibly Saturday, 8:00 a.m.-?, 395 Barbara Circle. Furniture, household, clothes and much more. Friday and Saturday, 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m., 552 Lissie Court, Macclenny. Furniture, boys size 10, 7 and 5, household, electronics and much more. Saturday, 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., 1143 Coppereld Circle in Copper Creek. Baby girl clothes, womens jeans, maternity, boys clothes, dresses, shoes, toys, books. Saturday, 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., CR 122 Taylor. Never used items: IPOD Nano, printer, crib; other items: pool table, antique dresser & mirror, Christmas trees, van, boat, household appliances and more. Rain cancels. Saturday, 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., 10424 St. Marys Circle, East, Macclenny. Rain shortened last one, trying again. Lots of stuff; most clothes $1 or less. Come see; rain cancels. Saturday, 8:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m., 14420 Hunters Ridge West. Furniture, clothes, miscellaneous. Saturday, 8:00 a.m.-?, 789 US Hwy. 301 South Lot 1, Baldwin (City Limits Mobile Home Park, 1/4 mile from I-10). Estate sale; household items, furniture, wood working tools, clothes; lots of stuff. Saturday, 8:00 a.m.-?, 820 Golf Club Road. Pre-teen clothes, odds and ends. Rain cancels. Saturday, 8:00 a.m.-?, 132 W. Stansell Street, Macclenny. Ladies casual pants size 16, 16W, 18, junior dressy/casual tops, junior shorts, girls clothes-all different sizes; miscellaneous items. Saturday, 8:00 a.m.-?, 1006 Christie Court, Macclenny. Saturday, 8:00 a.m.-?, Located behind store on Woodlawn. Rain or shine. Saturday, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., 1328 Copper Oaks Court. 2 family-1 moving; all nice stuff; too much to list. Class i fied ads and no tic es must be paid in advance, and be in our office no lat er than 4:00 pm the Monday preceding pub li ca tion, unless otherwise arranged in advance. Ads can be mailed provided they are accompanied by payment and instructions. They should be mailed to: Class i fied Ads, The Baker County Press, P.O. Box 598, Mac clenny, FL 32063. We can not assume responsibility for ac curacy of ads or notices given over the telephone. Li a bil i ty 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 or agen cy for whom it was pub lished, then that party as sumes full payment re spon sibility. The Baker County Press reserves the right to refuse advertising or any oth er mate ri al which in the opinion of the publisher does not meet standards of publication. Green Valencia Peanuts. $30 per bushel. 386-752-3434. 7/17-8/7p Telephone poles $15 each, you haul; Coke bottles, empty with city and state on bottom $1 each. 259-9690. 7/31-8/7p Commercial grade Bounce House, 5 in 1 combo with water slide. $1800 OBO. 904-477-4107. 7/31p Couch, 3 chairs, 2-30 lb propane tanks, 1-100 lb propane tank. For information 904-397-1313. 7/31p Cub Cadet, 46"cut, hydro-transmission, 20 HP Kohler engine, only 232 hours; like new. $900. 904-591-2916. 7/31c Winchester pump shot gun, very good condition $275; climbing chair deer stand $50; fixed seat and steps deer stand $50; rods and reels $8 each. 904-654-7841. 7/31p Artists. Oils, acrylics, water colors, Canvas es, draw ing pads and much more. On sale now. The Of ce Mart, 110 S. Fifth Street, 259-3737. tfc Camille Beckman hand cream, Root candles, unique gift items. Southern Charm 110 S. 5th Street. 259-4140. 4/28tfc Ofce Supplies, printer and fax cartridges, rubber stamps and much more. We specialize in hard to nd items. The Ofce Mart, 110 S. 5th Street. 259-3737. 4/28tfc MISCELLANEOUS Nannys Thrift Store. Located across from old jail. Furniture, toys, clothes. You name it, we have it or well get it. 904229-2303. 7/10-31p Home Improvementsporches, decks, remodeling-any home repair. Licensed & Insured. 904-591-2640. 10/17tfc ADOPTloving married couple seeks to adopt, will be hands on mom and dad. Financial security. Expenses paid. Dawn & Domenick 1(855)985-4592, Adam Sklar #0150789. 7/31p ADOPTION: A childless loving couple seeks to adopt. Large family. Financial Security. Expenses paid. Eileen & Kim. firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-455-4929. 7/31p Public Auction-onsite & online. Warehouse Equipment Auction Tue, August 5th at 10am. 2101 N Dixie Hwy, Wilton Manors, Fl 33305. Forklift, Pallet Racking, Framing Equipment & Material, Compressors, Dust Collector & much more! www. moeckerauctions.com. Preview: Day of sale 9am 15%-18%BP(800) 840-BIDS 7/31p Train from home. Medical billing, accounting assistant, customer service. No experience needed. HS/GED needed to apply. Sullivan and Cogliano Training Centers. 1-800-451-0709. 7/31p We install 6 seamless gutters. Pressure washing. 259-7335. 8/11tfc DirectTV 2 Year Savings Event! Over 140 channels only $29.99 a month. Only DirecTV gives you 2 YEARS of savings and a FREE Genie upgrade! Call 1-800-4812137. 7/31p DISH TV Retailer. Starting $19.99/month (for 12 mos.) Find Out How to SAVE Up to 50% Today! Ask About SAME DAY Installation! CALL 1-800-605-0984. 7/31p Attention: VIAGRA and CIALIS USERS! A cheaper alternative to high drugstore prices! 50 Pill Special $99 FREE Shipping! 100 Percent Guaranteed. CALL NOW: 1-800-943-8953. 7/31p Safe Step Walk-In Tub Alert for Seniors. Bathroom falls can be fatal. Approved by Arthritis Foundation. Therapeutic Jets. Less Than 4 Inch Step-In. Wide Door. AntiSlip Floors. American Made. Installation Included. Call 1-800-605-6035 for $750 Off. 7/31p AIRLINE CAREERS begin here Get FAA approved Aviation Maintenance Techni cian training. Housing and Financial aid for qualied students. Job placement assistance. Call AIM 866-314-3769. 7/31p Narcotics Anonymous. We are a group of recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. IT WORKS!! Meetings are held at the Baker County Health Department on Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:45 p.m.-7:45 p.m. 1/2-12/25p Alcoholics Anonymous meetings Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8 pm. Call Wanda 904-994-7750. 8981 South SR 228, Macclenny. 1/2-12/25p AUTOMOBILES Ford F150 XLT 4x4 crew cab, automatic transmission, AC; 156,000 miles. Lady owned, not a mud truck. $5900 OBO. 904-591-2916. 7/31c 2011 Ford Crown Victoria LX. Excellent condition, leather interior, 42,900 miles. $13,500. 259-3143. 7/31-8/7p 1994 Ford Ranger, 4 cylinder, 5 speed, 87K miles $1500; 1999 Saab 9.3, 4 cylinder, 5 speed, AC, PW, PL, sunroof $1700; 1995 Chevy S-10, 4 cylinder, 5 speed, needs motor $800; 2003 Saturn, 2 door coupe, 4 cylinder, automatic; needs transmission work $1400. Randy 904-8382648. 7/31-8/7p 1999 Ford Escort Wagon, runs and drives good $1200; 2004 Saturn Ion, 4 door, 98K miles; needs head gasket $1400; 2001 Chrysler Sebring convert ible, 61K miles; engine has lifter noise $1200. Randy 904-838-2648. 7/31-8/7p 2000 Kawasaki VN750 motorcycle, New Battery, Stator, & Voltage Regulator. $2,900.00. 259-7523. 12/5tfc ANIMALS Free to great home: 8 week old black chihuahua. For more information 259-4132. 7/31p Dogs: all types from puppies to adults. Animal Control, $65 adoption fees will apply. 259-6786. 11/20tfc HELP WANTED Notice to readers: The newspaper often publishes classied advertising on subjects like workat-home, weight loss products, health products. While the newspaper uses reasonable discretion in deciding on publication of such ads, it takes no responsibility as to the truthfulness of claims. Respondents should use caution and common sense before sending any money or making other commitments based on statements and/or promises; demand specics in writing. You can also call the Federal Trade Commission at 1-877-FTC-HELP to nd out how to spot fraudulent solicitations. Remember: if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. The Baker County Press LIBRARY OUTREACH ASSISTANT needed to assist on bookmobile. Minimum HS graduate, thorough knowledge of computer operation, internet and email. $8.75/hr, 20 hrs/week, 2-10hr workdays, Tues & Wed. Valid FL drivers license and clean driving record required. EOE, Drug free workplace, Veterans preference. Apply in person New River PL Cooperative, 110 N. Lake Ave, Lake Butler. Applications close at 4pm, Tues. Aug. 5. 7/31c Experienced Mechanic Help Needed: Must have own hand tools and work references. Apply at Jimmys Automotive Repair, 959 West Macclenny Ave. M-F 8am till 5pm. 7/31c UF Health Family Medicine -Crossroads, 802 South 6th Street, Macclenny is seeking a Medical Assistant/Customer Service person to work both front and back ofce. Must be Certied or Registered with two years customer service in Healthcare setting. Please apply www.ufjax.jobs or pam. email@example.com. 7/31c Concrete/Curb Finisher, Form Setter & General Laborers. Please call Gene 904759-9845 or Mann 904-239-7532 to apply. Equal Opportunity Employer. 7/10-31p Looking for diesel semi-truck mechanic with 3 years experience. We are a drug free work place. Pay based on experience. Willing to train the right candidate. Apply in person: S & S Truck Repair, 130 N. Lane Ave, Jacksonville, FL 32254 7/24-31p Class A Industrial Mechanic/Electrician for 2nd /3rd Shift Maintenance Crew. Must have 5 years experience. We are an EECC, Drug free workplace. Health/Den tal/Life Insurance, paid Holidays/Vacations. Apply at Gilman Building Products, 6640 CR 218, Maxville, FL 32234 or fax resume to 904-289-7736. 7/10-31c Drivers: $5,000 Sign-On Bonus! Great Pay! Consistent Freight, Great Miles on this Regional Account. Werner Enterprises: 1-855-515-8447. 7/17-8/7p Wrecker Operator needed ASAP. Please send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. 6/12tfc Experienced painters needed. Peacock Painting. 259-5877. 2/21tfc AVERITT EXPRESS. New Pay Increase For Regional Drivers! 40 to 46 CPM + Fuel Bonus! Also, Post-Training Pay Increase for Students! (Depending on Domicile) Get Home EVERY Week + Excellent Benets. CDL-A req. 888-602-7440 Apply @ AverittCareers.com Equal Opportunity Employer Females, minorities, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. 7/31p Experienced OTR Flatbed Drivers earn 50 up to 55 cpm loaded. $1000 sign on to Qualied drivers. Home most weekends. Call: 843-266-3731 / www.bulldoghiway. com EOE. 7/31p REAL ESTATE Notice to Readers All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or an intention to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination. Familial status includes children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings adver tised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. To complain of discrimination, call HUD toll free at 1-800669-9777. The toll free telephone number for the impaired is 1-800-927-9275. 2 BR, 2 BA doublewide on 2 acres in Taylor; needs work. $25,000. 904-738-2262. 7/24-8/14p 3 BR, 1 BA house, close to I-10. Cute older home with central AC and hardwood oors, screened porch, 1 acre fenced, detached garage with BBQ pit; all appliances stay. Value $78K plus, asking $76K with substantial discount for cash deal. Pos sible owner nancing with good down payment. Consistently brings in $750 a month in rent. 6054 George Hodges Road. 904-614-6337 leave message. 7/24-31p Baldwin 2 BR, 1 BA home; nice lot. FHA, VA FM Home available. Call John Swanson, Broker 904-257-9033. 7/31-8/7c .5 acre lot for sale. Parcel #02-3S-200000-0000-0311. Asking $3000. Call 904-627-8623. 7/31-8/7p 2 story, 3 BR, 3 BA stucco home on 1.43 acres in city, located at 375 East Boulevard. 2637 sf living area and covered area of 3145 sf including 3 car garage. $239,500. Call 904-838-8584. 7/24tfc Lot 20 Hunters Ridge Subdivision (1 acre) located off of Odis Yarborough Road. High and dry with planted pines. $30,000; owner financing available. 904-4767136. 7/24-31c Large 1 BR, 1 BA home/apartment with potential income of $700-800 monthly. Large carport, can double size. Located on 30 acres; paved road frontage in Glen. Appraised for $180,000, selling for $169,900. Consider owner nancing and price reduction with 10% down. 904-5918200. 5/29tfc 1-10 acres, high and dry, sh pond, creek or river front, homes/mobile homes, setup. Owner nancing. 912-843-8118 or 904-699-8637. www.landyes.net. 3/13tfc 5 acres on St. Marys River, zoned Ag; high and dry. Ready to build on; very nice wooded acres. $54,900; two to pick from. 904-591-2640. 7/18tfc Lots for sale, Copper Creek, $25,000 and Gleneld Oaks subdivisions. $32,000 each. Call 904-813-1580. 2/7tfc MOUNTAINS of NC. New Custom built 1,232 sf unfurnished log cabin on 1.59 ac. $74,900. Covered front and back porches with private setting. EZ access. 866.738.5522. 7/31p FOR RENT 2 BR, 1 BA mobile home, CH/A. $650/ month plus $500 deposit. 904-813-5558. 7/31p 2 BR, 2 BA extra clean mobile home. Nice shady lot; front porch. $650/month plus $500 deposit; extra clean 3 BR, 1 BA in Glen area; front/back porch, storage building, nice shady lot. $700/month plus $500 deposit. Service animals only. 259-2121. 7/10tfc 3 BR, 2 BA mobile home on 2 acres off James Britt. New AC and stove, laminate oors and screened porch. $800/month plus $500 deposit. 863-205-3764. 7/318/7p 3 BR, 2 BA on .5 acres. $600/month plus $600 deposit. 904-813-3091. 7/31tfc 3 BR, 2 BA mobile home on 1 acre, located in city limits of Macclenny. CH/A, washer/dryer hook-ups. $750/month plus $500 deposit. 904-476-7136. 7/31c 3 BR, 2 BA doublewide on 1 acre in Cuyler area, $700/month plus 1st and last month; 2 BR, 2 BA on 1 acre in Macclenny, $700/month plus 1st and last month. 904-237-5211. 7/31p 3 BR, 2 BA home on 10 acres of land. 4-5 acres are completely fenced and ready for cows, horses, etc. Home has been freshly remodeled, painted and ready for your family. Also has an additional 2800 SQ FT metal barn/shop that can be rented for an extra fee. House is $1,000/month. Contact 904-591-2640. 7/31-8/14c 3 BR, 2 BA family home located in Fox Ridge Subdivision. Enclosed garage, large back patio, nicely fenced; pond. $1050/ month plus $500 deposit. Rachel 904504-0773. 7/24-31p 3 BR, 2 BA brick home with CH/A, laundry room, carport, shed and fenced yard. $900/month plus deposit. 259-6849. 7/24-31c Room for rent in Georgia Bend area; all utilities included. $100/week. 904-7724424. 7/24tfc Clean 3 BR, 2 BA mobile home, nice yard. 8695 Hillcrest Drive, Woodlawn area. $850/month. Call 904-813-1580 or 2592255. 7/17tfc 2 BR, 1 BA mobile home; CH/A. Service animals only. $600/month plus $500 deposit. 904-923-2191. 7/10-31c Clean 3 BR, 1 BA home on US 90, Sanderson; CH/A. $600/month plus $600 deposit. Call 904-275-2450. 7/24-8/7p RV lots for rent; water and sewer included. $300/month plus electric. 904-8604604. 6/12tfc Clean 3 BR, 1 BA home with CH/A at 9128 Dolphin Street, Sanderson. $750/ month plus $750 deposit. Call 904-8131580 or 259-2255. 5/15tfc 2 BR, 1 BA in Kozy Korners. CH/A, water, lawn and trash service included. Service animals only. $545/month, 1st, last and $300 deposit. 259-7335. 6/19tfc 2-3 BR mobile homes available. $450$600/month. Half acre; garbage, water, sewer, lawn care provided; family neighborhood. 912-843-8118 or 904-6998637. www.rentyes.net. 10/31tfc COMMERCIAL RENT For Lease1500 SF retail/office space at 541 S. 6th Street, Macclenny. $1000/ month. Call Jack at 904-616-9432. 9/26tfc VACATION RENTALS Smoky Mountain cabin with trout stream near Cherokee, North Carolina, Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee and Dollywood. $350 a week. 386-752-0013. 6/5-8/21p MOBILE HOMES Land/Home Packages. 3 BR-$399/ month; 4 BR-$499/month. waynefrier macclenny.com. 259-4663. 7/31-8/21c Like New! 2007 3 BR doublewide. $39K, set-up with AC. 259-4663. 7/31-8/21c No Money Down, use your land. 2015 5 BR, 3 BA-$599/month. waynefrier macclenny.com. 259-4663. Ends 7/31. 7/31-8/21c Brand New 2015 28x52. $6K off. $55,900. Set-up, with AC. Ends 7/31. 259-4663. 7/31-8/21c FOR SALE VACATION RENTAL 500 DOLLARS & DEEDis all you need to move into your new Manufactured & Modular HomeCALL PAT800-414-2130 I BUY USED MOBILE HOMES$$ CASH PAID $$IMMEDIATELY904.259.4663 ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, GRAPHIC DESIGN, GAMING, AND SIMULATION 164 Duty Days Tenured Track Teach a variety of courses in the Computer Science Department to include digital media, gaming, and computer programming. Requires Masters Degree in Digital Arts & Sciences, Computer Science, Graphic Design, Instructional Syson gaming and simulation. Demonstrated background and understanding in the application of softinteractive media and gaming; and in computer programming. DesirDigital Arts and Sciences, Computer Science, Graphic Design or reand simulation. Demonstrated skills in 2D and 3D computer modeling Salary: Based on degree and experience. Review of Applications Will Begin: Immediately, posiPersons interested should provide College application, vita, and copies of transcripts. All foreign Position details and applications available on web at: www.fgc. edu Human Resources 149 S.E. College Place Lake City Fl 32025-2007 Phone (386) 754-4314 Fax (386) 754-4814 FGC is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. VP/ADA/ EA/EO College in Education and Employment ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meetings Mon., Wed. & Fri. at 8 pm 8981 S. SR 228 Macc.Call Wanda 904-994-7750
ursday, July 31, 2014 T B C P Page 15 NOW AVAILABLE 1 and 2 BedroomsBaldwin GroveAPARTMENTS904-266-4070T.T.D. 1-800-955-8771US 90 E., right on Yellow Water Rd., right on Rainer Rd., go to stop sign, turn right. Go to rst street, turn left. RENTAL ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE TO QUALIFIED APPLICANTSThis institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer. TREE & STUMP REMOVALLic. & Ins. Call Danny Wood904-222-50546/19-7/31pKONNIES KLEAR POOLSIn-ground and Above Ground Pools Installation AvailableChemicals Parts Service Cleaning698-E West Macclenny Ave. (Lil Caesars Shopping Center)Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday10:00 am-6:00 pm Saturday 10:00 am-2:00 pm259-5222 (CPC 053903) 4/21tfcHANDYMANAsk me what I cant do! 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Sprinkler Systems Residential and Commercial Installations and Repairs Free Estimates651-17397/31-8/21pRICH LAURAMORE CONSTRUCTION, INC.Custom homes Additions Remodels259-4893 or 403-4781 cell RR License No. 282811470 11/19tfcLAND CLEARINGFill dirt Slag Cypress mulch Red mulch A little or a lot904-521-15062/10tfcMORGANS PAINTING SERVICE40 Years Experience Licensed 904-408-8358 904-502-35697/31-8/7p OPEN HOUSE EXTRAVAGANZA!Call any one of our agents for more information: Leigh 476-0995 | Randall 483-7981 | Linda 571-2636 Tammie 507-9647 | Allen 563-6208A ug. 9th, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. rfnt rfrntb fb rfntb rrrr rr rr nnrf INSTRUCTOR/COORDINATOR, AA EDUCATION (164 DaysTenure Track) Teach college level courses, advise students, develop schedules, curriculum development, help with budgeting and planning. Allocate time for scheduled teaching assignstudents may have access to the instructor, and for planning and support for programs. Requires Masters degree with at least 18 graduate credit hours in an appropriate area and teaching experience. Educator Training, ESOL Endorsement, Reading Endorsement, valid more experience teaching in a K-12 setting. *** INSTRUCTOR/COORDINATOR, EDUCATORS PREPARATION INSTITUTE (164 DaysTenure Track) Teach college level courses, advise students, develop schedules, curriculum development, help with budgeting and planning. Allocate time for scheduled teaching assignthe students may have access to the instructor, and for planning and support for programs under them. Requires Masters degree and 18 graduate credit hours in an appropriate area and teaching experience in a preK-12 public school setting. Educator Training, ESOL Endorsement, Reading Endorsement, valid development and teaching experience. *** Salary: Based on degree and experience. Review of applications will begin: Immediately, open Position details and applications available on web at: www.fgc.edu Human Resources FGC is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. VP/ADA/ EA/EO College in Education and Employment CeCe visiting a bevy of college teams ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meetings Mon., Wed. & Fri. at 8 pm8981 S. SR 228 Macc. JON SHUMAKESPORTS EDITOR email@example.comCeCe Jefferson is a busy man. The Wildcat defensive star and seventh-ranked player in the ESPN 300 has traveled throughout the Southeast in recent weeks taking unofficial visits to SEC powerhouses LSU and Alabama. Although hes percent sure about what school hell commit to on National Signing Day, he said things can change as the recruiting process plays out. Jefferson visited LSU for the first time the weekend of July 25 after being drawn to the school for its campus and coaching staff. He said he had a great time at the university, and the visit put LSU in the running for schools hed like to play at. The campus is beautiful and the coaches are cool, he said. Its a school Im definitely considering. They came on late, but they made up for it on the visit. LSU also introduced Jeffer son to Mike the Tiger, a live tiger the school keeps on campus near the basketball arena. The university puts the tiger outside of the opposing teams locker room before games to further intimidate them at the stadium nicknamed Death Valley. He joked he might have to sign with LSU to avoid running into Mike. But a live tiger isnt the only outside-the-box tactic Jefferson has encountered during the recruiting process as colleges are pulling out all the stops in the hopes of landing one of the nations most sought-after players. He received a mock Forbes magazine cover in June from the University of Florida that was modeled after the magazines The Richest People in America list edition. UF is widely considered to be the front-runner to land the fivestar recruit. The coolest thing hes received so far, he said, was an edited photo he received in the mail from USC of him and San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick at the ESPYs. He said a coach asked him why he didnt stop by when he was at the awards show in Los Angeles, and Jefferson didnt know what he meant until he pulled out the picture. They put my face in there. It was so funny to me, Jefferson said. It was crazy. The trip to Baton Rouge came about a week after Jefferson made another visit to SEC West rival Alabama. The return to Tuscaloosa gave him another chance to meet with head coach Nick Saban and the two talked about life and about football and what each party could do for the other. He also had the chance to talk to current Crimson Tide players about the culture of the team and university. Jeffersons busy schedule isnt slowing down anytime soon. Along with his senior sea son as a Wildcat beginning August 22 with the Kickoff Classic at Ed White, he still has yet to use any of his five official visits. So far, he has announced two of his official visits will be returns to Alabama and UCLA, but he is still waiting to finalize the dates for those trips. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS Meetings Tuesday & Thursday at 6:45 7:45 pm Baker County Health Department
Page16JULY 31, 2014 2014 BCHS football season tickets r fntbn fn tbtbbt JON SHUMAKE firstname.lastname@example.orgThe road to recovery from a ruptured Achilles tendon has been a long one for former Wildcat quarterback Thomas Sirk. But now, after more than a year since the injury, the redshirt sophomore could be called on to run the offense for one of college footballs fastest rising teams. Sirk, who was redshirted his first season at Duke, suffered the injury during practice in April 2013 and underwent surgery to repair the damage. The injury forced him to miss the 2013 season. The quarterback continued rehabbing during the summer and spent his time pushing his injured leg past the point of fatigue with a regiment of exercises that includes calf presses and jumping rope. The work has paid off, as his leg is healthy once again and he has more flexibility than before, he said. It feels great, Sirk said about his Achilles. Ive been really working hard to rehab that to get it back to where it needs to be. I had full faith it was something that would be a bump in the road. I think Im at a better point now than where I was. The injury forced Sirk to watch from the sidelines as the Blue Devils had one of their most successful seasons in school history. Duke had its first winning season in nearly two decades as it posted a 10-4 record and won the Atlantic Coast Conferences Coastal Division. The Blue Devils also appeared in the Chick-Fil-A Bowl, marking the first time in school history the football team reached bowl games in back-toback seasons, and finished the year ranked 24th in the BCS. Since then, Sirk saw the field for a time in this years spring game. He threw for 83 yards and ran for 30 more and added two touchdowns on the ground, despite not being at 100 percent during the game. Now, with Dukes former backup quarterback Brandon Connette transferring to Fresno State, Sirk has been thrust into a competition for the starting job. Last season, the Blue Devils ran a two-quarterback system with Connette and Anthony Boone splitting time. Connette was third in the ACC with 14 rushing touchdowns in 2013, and Sirk has big shoes to fill to keep Dukes offense running smoothly. The former Wildcat and Boone both have similar skill sets as they can make plays with their arms and legs. The competition makes them both better players, Sirk said, but he has to establish himself as a member of the offense because of his inexperience. When it gets on the field, the higher level of competition is more difficult for me since I didnt play last year, he said. Right now, I just have to work my way to the top and prove myself since I havent played in a college game and [Boone] has. I have to prove I can handle the offense and handle the role. Heading into his redshirt sophomore season, Sirk has even higher expectations for what he wants the Blue Devils to accomplish this year. The teams goals are to contend for an ACC Championship and to win its first bowl game since the 1960 Cotton Bowl. The Blue Devils are on the rise and are capable of achiev ing those objectives this season, Sirk said. I believe we have the best team in the ACC work-wise, he said. We havent reached the point where we want to go yet. We still believe in the process coach [David] Cutcliffe sells us. I believe this program is going to see bigger things than we saw last year. Unfortunately, his football commitments keep him too busy to return home on a con sistent basis. He didnt get the chance to visit Baker County once during the summer, but he did spend a week at home for his sisters wedding. But that doesnt mean he doesnt try his best to keep tabs on his alma mater. I keep up with their wins and losses, Sirk said about his high school team. I wish the Wildcats the best of luck in all their games and I hope they bring a state championship back to Baker County. Purchase this photo at www.bakercountypress.com Photo by Jud JohnsonSirk at his senior signing day ceremony at BCHS in 2012.Sirk eyes on-eld season at DukeRedshirt in with heel injury Photo courtesy of Xtreme FabricationProwess of car builder credited with saving lifeRace car builder Melvin Horne of Macclenny (above at right) was credited with helping 13-year race car driver Kim Houston (left) survive a 121 mph crash on July 19 at the Green Cove Drag Way. Mr. Melvin of Xtreme Fabrication in Jacksonville designed, built and installed the roll cage on the 1951 Henry J Ms. Houston was piloting. After the crash, during which the vehicle struck a cement wall and several trees in a wooded area, Ms. Houston report edly said, I was fortunate I walked away with minor scratches and a bruise on my knee. She then attributed the feat to God and the safety equipment provided by Extreme Fabrication, states a press release on the incident. Mr. Horne has worked on four of Ms. Houstons cars in the last six years. He also pointed to his late father, Cecil Horne Sr., who died in 2010, as the source of much of his knowledge and success in the automotive industry. JON SHUMAKESPORTS EDITOR email@example.comAfter rolling through the District 11 and Section 3 tournaments undefeated, coach Jerry Carters 12-year-old Major All-Star baseball team went 1-2 in its three games at the state tournament held at San Carlos Little League in Fort Myers. The Baker County boys started off hot July 25 with an easy 11-3 win over Niceville. Colby Kennedy shut down the opposing teams bats from the mound and the squad hit well as a team to earn the win, coach Carter said. The team couldnt keep the momentum rolling the following day as it hit two roadblocks in games that were riddled with lightning delays. The boys from Baker County lost their first game of the summer in a shut out 12-0 by North Springs of Miami. Connor Moore connected with a solo home run to give the team its lone run in an 11-1 loss to state runner-up Bayshore (Tampa). Even with the losses, coach Carter said his team played well against the tough competition and looks forward to coaching the group again next year when most of the players move up to the 13-year-old division. JON SHUMAKESPORTS EDITOR firstname.lastname@example.orgCoach Tom MacPhersons Wildcat football team joined 14 other teams July 21 and 22 at the Fellowship of Christian Athletes football camp at Stetson University, and the team showed improvement in sev eral areas of the game. The Cats took part in 15 scrimmages over the course of the two days against teams such as Apopka and Bartram Trail. The scrimmages, held with shoulder pads and shorts, gave the team much-needed reps to help players get comfortable in the new system. Be ing away from home helped the boys bond together as a team, which helped them play better on the field. It was just a great opportunity for us to get out and play other teams, said senior quarterback Jacob Carter. Its a clich, but we started meshing as a team. Football-wise, the plays ran more smoothly. Everybody was doing their job and work ing hard. The number of scrimmages also gave the coaching staff a chance to see improvements in areas they havent had a chance to get a close look at during the summer. The running game got better and the offensive line started playing more physically, said coach MacPherson. The young offensive line group responded really well toward the end of the camp, he added. Defensively, the coach said the team did better bringing down ball carriers. The Cats have resumed normal summer practices since returning from the camp and workouts will continue throughout the week. Fall football practice officially begins August 4 and the players strap on pads for the first time the following Saturday. Majors team run stops at Ft. MyersWildcats spar with 14 teams at Stetson BAKER COUNTY LITTLE LEAGUE FA LL BALL SIGNUPSSat. Aug. 2 & August 9 | 10 am to 12 pm Tues. Aug. 5 s & Thurs. Aug. 7 | 6 pm to 8 pm |Knabb Sports Complex in the boardroom Sign up fees will be refunded if not enough players sign-up. Baseball Softball $50per child Ages 5 16 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meetings Mon., Wed. & Fri. at 8 pm 8981 S. SR 228 Macc.Call Wanda 904-994-7750
ursday, July 31, 2014 T B C P Page 17 CITY OF MACCLENNY NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING FIRST READING OF AMENDMENTS TO THE CITY OF MACCLENNY 2025 FUTURE LAND USE MAP AND ZONING MAPe City Commission of the City of Macclenny, Florida shall consid er rst reading of Ordinance No. 14-08, A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO AMENDING THE 2025 FUTURE LAND USE MAP WHICH SHALL CHANGE THE FUTURE LAND USE DESIGNATION FOR APPROXIMATELY 2.04 ACRES DE SCRIBED HEREIN FROM LOW DENSITY RESIDENTIAL (LDR) TO COMMERCIAL MEDIUM INTENSITY (CMI) RELATED TO A SMALL SCALE DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITY; REZONING THE PROPERTY AS DESCRIBED HEREIN FROM RESIDENTIAL, SINGLE FAMILY (RS-2) TO COMMERCIAL, GENERAL (CG); PROVID ING FOR INTENT; AUTHORITY; FINDINGS OF CONSISTENCY; FINDINGS OF FACT; SEVERABILITY; RECORDATION AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE SYNOPSIS: e Subject Property for Ordinance No. 14-08 consists of ap proximately 2.04 acre lo cated on the south side of County Road 23B, west of State Road 121 (see map). Ordinance No. 14-08 will cause the Subject Proper ty to be classied Commercial Medium Intensity on the Citys 2025 Future Land Use Map (FLUM) and Commercial, General on the Citys Zoning Map. e applications are being sought in order to construct community-scale retail to residents living within the north area of Macclenny. FIRST READING: A public hearing on the rst reading of the proposed Ordinance will be held on Tuesday, August 12, 2014 in the City Commission Chambers at City Hall, 118 East Macclenny Avenue, Macclenny, Florida. ere shall be no vote by the City Commission regarding this Ordinance at this meeting. e City Commission meeting will begin at 6:00 p.m. and the public hearing will be held shortly aer the meeting is called to order. Interested persons may appear at the hearing and be heard regarding the adoption of the proposed amendment. COMMISSION VOTE: A public hearing requiring City Commission action on the proposed Ordinance will be held on Tuesday, September 9, 2014 in the City Commission Chambers at City Hall, 118 East Mac clenny Avenue, Macclenny, Florida. e City Commission meeting will begin at 6:00 p.m. and the public hearing will be held shortly aer the meeting is called to order. Interested persons may appear at the hearing and be heard regarding the adoption of the proposed annexation. e complete legal description by metes and bounds and the proposed Ordinance may be obtained from the oce of the City Clerk at City Hall on Monday through Friday during regular business hours. Should any person decide to appeal any decision made as a result of this hear ing, such person will need a record of the proceedings and may need to ensure that a verbatim record of these proceedings is made. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing a special accommodation or an interpreter to participate in this proceed ing should contact the City Manager at (904) 259-0972 at least 48 hours prior to the time of the hearing. JON SHUMAKESPORTS EDITOR email@example.comThe Baker Bullets swim team closed out their season July 26 with a third place finish at the championship meet in Ponte Vedra, where they were out-scored by Clay and St. Augustine. As has been the norm during the season, the championship meet was determined by a numbers game based on the amount of swimmers from each team. The Bullets opponents were each about double Bakers size, which led to Clay winning the meet with a total of 1,200 points. St. Augustine finished in second with 1,037 points with Baker scoring 500. Despite the third-place fin ish, the Bullets still swam strong and had swimmers place in the top three in 32 of the 52 events the team had competi tors in. The swimmers who finished in the top three combined to set 27 personal bests at the championship meet. Coach Andy Johnston was happy with how the squad swam all season. They did really well, he said. The kids seemed to have a good time. All the kids made some big jumps during the year. I was pleasantly surprised at how well they did. A lot of the new kids worked hard and they all represented Baker County admirably. Kate Putney led the team with three first-place finishes and her brother Jack was second on the team with two. Kate set a new personal record time of 25.76 seconds in the girls 6 and under 25-yard backstroke to win the event. She and teammate Addie Bliss took the top two spots in the 25-yard free style in the same division with times of 25 and 29.09 seconds, respectively. Putney also finished atop the divisions 50yard freestyle event with a time of 50.46. Jack Putney set new personal records en route to winning the boys 7-8 25-yard breast stroke (24.78) and the boys 8 and under 100-yard individual medley (2:04.34). He also finished less than one second behind the winner of the boys 7-8 50-yard freestyle for second place. Kyrie Holman won the girls 13-14 100-yard butterfly with a time of 1:36.75 and beat out teammate Aspen Elliot, who finished in second with a personal best time of 2:08.99. Holman also set a personal best time of 1:19.53 for a third place finish in the divisions 100-yard freestyle. Brandon Wheeler set three personal records in one first place and two second place finishes. His personal best time of 1:01.20 in the boys open 100yard freestyle allowed him to edge out the second-place fin isher by less than two-tenths of a second to win the event. He also shaved seconds off his time in the boys open 100-yard breaststroke (1:26.48) and set a new personal mark in the boys 50-yard freestyle with a time of 26.71. Landon Prevatt knocked three seconds off his time in the boys 11-12 50-yard breaststroke (46.19) for first-place, but fellow Bullet Seth Crawford edged him out in two other tight races. Both swimmers set personal bests in the boys 11-12 100yard IM as Crawford (1:31.39) finished less than four-tenths of a second ahead of Prevatt (1:31.74) for second place. The two competitors also set new personal marks in the boys 11-12 100-yard freestyle with Crawford (1:15.97) narrowly beating out Prevatt (1:16.42) for second. In addition to the two other second place finishes, Crawford also finished in second place in the boys 11-12 50-yard back stroke. Lori Ann Bliss finished atop the girls 13-14 50-yard freestyle with a personal record time of 28.80. She also finished in second in the girls 13-14 100-yard backstroke and third in the divisions 100-yard IM with a personal best time of 1:22.64. William Nickles set three new personal records en route to one first, second and third place finish. He won the boys 7-8 25-yard freestyle (22.56), second in the divisions 25-yard butterfly (32.60) and third in the 25-yard backstroke (26.27). Karlee Nelson posted a new personal best for a second place finish in the girls 13-14 100yard breaststroke with a time of (1:31.56). Presley Turner swam a pair of personal record times with two top three finishes. She came in second in the girls 7-8 25-yard freestyle (21.21) and third in the divisions 50-yard freestyle (45.28). In addition to her second place in the girls 6 and under 25-yard freestyle, Addie Bliss came in third in the 25-yard breaststroke with a new record time of 35.10. Kyler Wilkerson rounded out the teams individual results with a third place finish in the boys 9-10 50-yard backstroke (51.30). The relay teams also set four season records while finishing in the top three in five races. The girls open 200-yard freestyle relay team of Hannah Johnston, Cheyenne Croft, Mya Harrington and Elliott shattered their previous best time by more than 15 seconds with a first-place time of 3:02.49. The girls 13-14 200-yard medley relay team of Lori Ann Bliss, Nelson, Holman and Elizabeth Dillard set a new mark of 2:39.81 to finish atop the event. The 8 and under girls team of Kate Putney, Addie Bliss, Avery Wilkerson and Turner also set a new best time of 1:47.53. The boys open 200-yard medley relay team of Crawford, Prevatt, Wheeler and Joshua Ossmann came in second, while the girls 11-12 200yard medley team of Zoe Harrington, Brianna Thornton, Alexus Liston and Samantha Dillard came in third place with a record time of 3:23.24. With the crazy 2014 season now behind them, the Bullets have a season-ending party tentatively scheduled for August 8 where they will hand out trophies and ribbons from the teams last couple of events.Purchase this photo at www.bakercountypress.com Photo by Jessica PrevattBrianna Thornton and Samantha Dillard compete in the backstroke PHOTO BY JESSIC A P REV A TT Kyler Wilkerson in the freestyle. PHOTO BY JESSIC A PREV A TT Lori Ann Bliss after her race. PHOTO BY JESSIC A PREV A TT Aspyn Elliot in the freestyle.Bullets nish third at Ponte VedraClose 2014 season with a slew of personal bests
Page 18 T B C P ursday, July 31, 2014JON SHUMAKESPORTS EDITOR firstname.lastname@example.orgThe BCHS Wildcats joined football teams from around the First Coast at High School Awareness Day July 28 at Ev erBank Field to discuss the upcoming season with the media. Quarterback Jacob Carter and defensive end CeCe Jefferson were the two Wildcats chosen by the coaches to repre sent the team at the event. Both players said theyve been look ing forward to attending the Awareness Day since they were freshmen. It feels pretty great, Carter said about being picked to represent his team. Watching all the senior guys coming when I was younger, I was like I hope I get to do that one day. Its pretty awesome. Carter and Jefferson, who were also joined by head coach Tom MacPherson, had the chance to speak with sev eral major Jacksonville media outlets present, including Action News, sports talk radio station 1010XL and The Florida Times-Union. Coach MacPherson said the event is a nice chance for players to get exposure and talk about Baker County football. But talking about the season made the itch to get back on the field even stronger for the players, especially after the result of Mays spring game against First Coast. Carter said he and the rest of the offense is feeling more comfortable with the play book after the summer practices and they are looking forward to starting the season. While the Cats are excited for the regular season to kickoff August 29 when they host St. Augustine, there is one game the players have circled on their calender: the October 31 season finale against District 3-5A rival Bishop Kenny. The Crusaders have ended the Cats season each of the past two years. Bishop Kenny knocked Baker County out of the 2012 Class 5A playoffs 44-23. Last year, the Cats were eliminated from playoff contention with a 38-20 season-ending loss at William Johnston Stadium that Carter missed with a fractured collarbone. Now the quarterback is healthy and he, and the rest of the team, is looking for revenge. Bishop Kenny is on Hal loween this year, Carter said. Were blacking out. Its going to be awesome. Before the Cats get to that game, though, they have nine regular season games to get through, including a tough trip to Ribault on September 19 in the district opener. The team is a completely different one compared to where it was in May, Carter believes, which has led to a positive outlook entering the season. Im feeling great about this season, he said. The team was worried after the rough spring game, Carter said, but now were optimistic heading into it. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUSMeetings Mon., Wed. & Fri. at 8 p.m. 8981 S. SR 228, Macclenny Ander Crenshaw is the proven conservative. He gets things done. ATTN:Republican Absentee VotersPlease contact us about joining the Crenshaw Team.7235 Bonneval Road, Suite 214 Jacksonville, FL 32256 (904) 281-0081 Paid for by Crenshaw for Congress www.andercrenshaw.comFollow Ander on Twitter. Like him on Facebook. OBAMACARE OPPOSED FROM DAY 1! VOTED 50+ TIMES to defund/dismantle/repeal SECOND AMENDMENT ENDORSED by the NRA VETERANS FOUGHT for Veterans Cemetery and Veterans Clinic in Jacksonville PRO-LIFE RATED 100% by National Right to Life FAMILY RATED 100% by the Christian Coalition JOBS, DEFENSE & SECURITY BROUGHT New Ships & Missions to Local Military Bases ECONOMIC FREEDOM RATED 94% by Americans for Tax Reform CONSERVATIVE FOR CONGRESS ISSUE CRENSHAWS CONSER ATIVE CHECKLIST JOIN THE CRENSHAW TEAM for FREE Pizza & Soda every Tuesday night from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at CALENDARS 38 E. Macclenny Ave., Macclenny For details call Vicki at (904) 281-0081. LANDSCAPE TIMBERS: 8' $297ea. Unit of 80 $22328RAILROAD TIMBER: 8' $1197 ea. DECK BOARDS: 8' $399 ea. 10' $499 ea. 12' $599 ea. 16' $799 ea. 4x4 POST : 8' $749 ea. Large selection of citrus in our Garden Shop! Cats at Awareness DayCarter, Jeerson chosen to represent BCHS PHOTO BY JON SHUM A KE CeCe Jeerson (left) poses with Jacob Carter at Everbank Field for Aware ness Day on Monday. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meetings Mon., Wed. & Fri. at 8 pm8981 S. SR 228 Macc.
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Page 2 | T B C P | Back2School | July 31, 2014 Baker County SchoolsBELL SCHEDULEBAKER COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL (259-6286) 7:00 A.M. Cafeteria Opens for Breakfast 7:30 A.M. Tardy Bell 2:25 P.M. Students Dismissed BAKER COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL (259-2226) 7:00 A.M. Cafeteria Opens for Breakfast 7:28 A.M. Tardy Bell 2:05 P.M. All Students Dismissed KELLER INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL (259-4244) 8:35 A.M. Cafeteria Opens for Breakfast 9:00 A.M. Tardy Bell 3:15 P.M. Walkers, First Bus Dismissed 3:20 P M. Car Riders, Second Bus Dismissed MACCLENNY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (259-2551) 8:35 A.M. Cafeteria Opens for Breakfast 9:00 A.M. Tardy Bell 3:10 P.M. Walkers & Car Riders 3:18 P.M. Bus Students Dismissed WESTSIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (259-2216) 8:35 A.M. Cafeteria Opens for Breakfast 9:00 A.M. Tardy Bell 3:10 P.M. Car Riders, Walkers Dismissed 3:25 P.M. Bus Students Dismissed PK/KINDERGARTEN CENTER (259-0405) 8:35 A.M. Cafeteria Opens for Breakfast 9:05 A.M. Tardy Bell 2:40 P.M Car Riders, Walkers Dismissed 3:10 P.M. Bus Students Dismissed Dear Students & Families:Welcome back! I am so excited about the 2014-2015 school year. I am looking forward to beginning the new school year as we strive to Build Champions Inside and Outside the Classroom. The administration, teachers and sta have been working diligently to prepare for our students to return. We all want our students to be successful in their academic achievements so we are dedicated to providing a quality education for all of our students. We also have a lot of extracurricular opportunities for our students. Therefore, I want to strongly encourage every student to give 100% of their eort to be the best student they can possibly be, both inside and outside the classroom. I look forward to seeing you all at Open House and throughout the year as we make this school year the best ever!!!Sherrie Raulerson,Superintendent of Schools Thursday, August 14, 2014:10:00 A.M. 1:00 P.M. Baker County Middle School (All Grade Levels) 11:00 A.M. 2:00 P.M. Westside Elementary (All Grade Levels) 1:00 P.M. 6:30 P.M. Pre-K/Kindergarten Center (meet in classroom)1:00 2:00 McCormick morning class, Kirby, Thrift, Alderman, Smith, Waller, Ziemianski, McLarty, J.King2:30-3:30 McCormick afternoon class, Cales, Turner, Wilkes, South, Jessica Crews, Mason, Webb, T. King, Lane4:00 5:00 Betros, Hand, Thompson, Owens, Thigpen, Hickox, Reagan5:30-6:30 Jana Crews, Moore-Green, Yeager, Dennison, St. John, Rowan2:00 P.M. 4:00 P.M. Baker County High School Grades 9-12 9th grade assembly 2:00 pm BCHS gym Students/parents may tour their classes and meet their teachers at 2:30 pm. 10th 12th grade assembly 3:30 pm BCHS gym Students/parents may tour their classes and meet their teachers at 2:00 pm. 3:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M. -Macclenny Elementary 3:00 3:45 1st Grade | 4:00 4:45 2nd Grade/ESE | 5:00 5:45 3rd Grade Tuesday, August 12, 2014:3:45 P.M. 5:00 P.M. Keller Intermediate School 4th Grade 5:00 P.M. 6:15 P.M. Keller Intermediate School 5th Grade
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Page 4 | T B C P | Back2School | July 31, 2014 Baker County Pre-K/Kindergarten Center904-259-0405 Home of the Kinder Kittens201415 CLASS ENROLLMENTSPREKINDERGARTEN names last, rst;Crews : Alexander, Ben; Capra, Aurianna; Farley, Tanner; Harvey, Khloe Leann; Hilliard, Ashlyn; Johnson, Jayden; Lee, Braylen; Luman, Savannah; McHenry, Christopher Luke; Moring, Joseph; Murray, Shawn; Parker, Lincoln; Robinson, Taylor; Thompson, Jesslyn; Walker, Paisley Dennison: Bedell, Trevor Jr; Blue, Skyy; Brantley, Anna; Bruckner, Nathan Jr; Crawford, Abbigail; Harris,Caiden; Jeerson, Esabella; Johnson, Gracie; Mcgee, Talen; Pendleton, Seth; Roberts, Maximus; Strong, Jessalyn; Surette, Kory; Woolf, Kacen King: Akridge, Easton; Alridge, Kaleb; Brooks, Lia; Cloutier, Zane; Combs, Alyssa; Davis, Raegan B; Folston, Kaden; Goodwin, Laura; Harden, Jayden; Mizell, Lucas; Nix, Andrew; Parish, Kenady; Russell, Dalton; Sampson, Kaleiah; Smith, Ermani; Troestler, Kolton; Yale, Tristen Kirby: Brewin, Bentley; Clemons, Chloe; Hartseld, Gabriel; Homan, Madelyn; Hunter, Alaina; Mann, Paige; Miller, Gary Cooper; Mitchell, Jace; Newmans, Karsen; Passmore, Jaden; Rhoden, Max; Richardson, Tyson; Staord, Scarlett; Taylor, Braylen; Taylor, Klayton; Williams, Isabella Mccormick AM : Barton, Lannyc; Chauncy, Bear; Crews, Alyssa; Crews, Madison; Davis, Bristol; Grin, Zane; Hall, Holden; Hyde, Grant; Jacobs, Joshua, Tegue; Padgett, Lincoln; Polhill, Alyssa; Potts, Aaron; Pruett, Noah; Rourke, Kara; Sweat, Ava; Taylor, Ava; Thrift, Grayson; Wallace, Hailey; Williams, Sophie; Williams, Whitley Mccormick PM : Acres, Mason; Barnes, Kingston; Burns, Cannon; Carver, Joel; Chapman, Brigdon; Crews, Stanley; Funk, Maddox; Kennedy, Cassandra; Long, Hugh; Luke, Jacob; Mash, Lainey; Mclelland, Annabella; Newmans, Lucas; Sizemore, Keirnan; Sparkman, Kirsten; Spurlock, Gage; Stewart, Aleah Paige; Willis, Colbie; Wodru, Eddie Moore : Amerson, Ashton; Braddock, Savannah; Brown, Avery; Cohen, Daven Jr; Couliette, Luke; Crews, Alan; Davis, Reagan M; Francis, Brady; Higginbotham, Claire; Horne, Jailen; Kyer, Brionna; Miller, Samuel Alex; Roth, Mackenzie Grace; Tharpe, Sophia Owens: Armstrong, Taven; Brunette, Levi; Brunette, Ronnie; Burnsed, Alayna; Crawford, Leland; Delp, Aubree; Givens, Kamiya; Harden, Corey; Kirkland, Kaiden; Morrison, Jase; Rungruang, Calla; Stalnaker, August; Stewart, Jaylee; Swearingen, Shaylee; Walden, Baylee Nicole Yeager: Boyles, Jentezen; Callaway, Cieran; Coleman, Brandon; Fiano, Kellen; Harden, Aiden; Jones, Payton; Lauramore, Brailey; Manning, Shailey; Marker, James Jr; Spitzer, Olivia; Starling, Kinley; Sundt-Trainer; Swindell, Isbella ; Taylor, Landen; Woods, KinleyKINDERGARTEN Please note if you have not returned your childs completed registration packet, their name will not appear in the newspaper.Alderman: Kayla Adams, Kate Barber, Jarred Bennett, Kayleigh Burnsed, Rayna Castillo, AvaMarie Craven, Paige Godbey, Kailey Huggins, Lamar Jenkins, Gregory Johnson, Christopher McFadden, Ryan Pellum, Madelyn Rob inson, Kylie Rowe, Alaina Thomas, Kylie Wheeler Betros: Jonathon Parker Bennett, Tristen Broughman, Jana Brown, Taylor Burnsed, Christopher Cotterman, JaBron Elliot, Jayden Gray, Devin Hunter, Caygen Johnson, Zelica Long, Kenadie Mixon, Lilly Rehill, Klarissa Silcox, Pax Starling, Blaine Thomas, Isaac Whiteld Cales: Hannah Breese, Trenton Brown, Cylie Browning, Aaliyah Cardona, Asia Durant, Bailee Hardenbrook, Joshua Harris, Jaden Mosley, Hayden Peebles, Jonathan Reimer, Gavin Richardson, Rylie Robinson, Lacey Scammacca, Josalynn Starling, Reganne Stokes, Hunter Wilcutts, Shannon Williams Crews: Christopher Barnes, Jayce Barton, Maylee Beasley, Abbigail Bonds, Kaiden Burnsed, McKinley Combs, Jake Dugger, Kaiden Hunter, Gene Johns, Alexandra Johnson, Kaison Kerce, Elizabeth Rhoden, Ryder Wichman, Jayden Wilburn, Morgan Williams Mason: Brayden Brown, Lundon Brown, Kaylee Davis, Emory Finley, Gabriel Heppner, Kelton Jarvis, Cortez Major, Kylee Mizell, Joshua Pendalton, Addyson Raulerson, Colt Richardson, Emilee Salts, Brayden Satterwhite, Cay din Starling, Kenzee Stephenson, Macy Taylor Hand: David Bryan, Autumn Collet, Cheyenne May Collige, Taylor Collingwood, Gala Deen, Peter Harrell, Samuel Logan Howell, Lily Hodges, Claire Kennedy, Mackenzie Lauramore, Logan Mills, Jessi Morris, Marion Smith, Kadence Williams, James Kaden Yeomans Hickox: Clayton Abbott, Morgan Blankenship, Noah Brown, Collin Daniel, Michael Graves, Zoey Hulett, Kenley Maurer, Allen Methvin, Matthew Rusty Minshew, Kelsey OConnell, Brayona Paige, Zion Pittman, Kellen Simpkins, Morgan Tucker, Madden Williams T.King: Jayde Addison, Peyton Brown, Amy Gabby Case, Cooper Clark, Izaiah Cook, Jasmine Coleman, Socariya Jones, Abigail Mercer, Gerald Ruise, Clayton Setzer, Michael Stephens, Brighten Taylor, Klayton Weeks Lane: Madox Burnsed, Jason Colbert, Tori Crawford, Gar rett Cullum, Payton Dellinger, Jaylin Jarrell, Paisley Lee, DeShiya Moring, Taylor Newmans, Emily Nickols, Kailey Ostrander, Jasmine Phan, Elmore Thompson, William Wy att Williams McLarty: Khloe Akridge, Cloey Bennett, Arieana Cole man, Mason Egan, Maddox Hodges, Julianna McGlothlin, Rylanne Miller, Matthew Monte, Kade Nguyen, Jonathan Robinson, Cole Scott, Brianna Starling, Haleigh Wynne Reagan: Aydan Crawford, Wyatt Deloach, Lileigh Haddock, Antwone Huggins, Kaylee Long, Krystal Martin, Serenity McLane, Trevor Norman, Colton Norrell, Aubree Raulerson, Lacey Raulerson, Marlee Shanahan, Neveah Thompson, Colten Walls Rowan: Jameara Belford, Patrick Bledsoe, Kamryn Burnham, Hudson Caudill, Camden Conner, Brooklyn Har ris, Brady Jacobs, Hayden McCalvin, Tyler Cunningham Paulk, Maddox Reynolds, Rhett Rhoden, Nicholas Schlar baum, Dalona Summey, Brandon Tripp, Ameriah Wilcox, Kira Reagan Wright Smith: Amelia Arnett, Brison Bright-Duran, Emely Bruck ner, Kintley Ellis, Karter Koon, Joshua Leonard, Jessi Jake Manalo, Brody Moody, Kyran Moring, Dallas Norman, Rhyan Ruise, Madison Scott, Carsen Thomas, Colton Wilcutts, Ryan Witherington South: Derek Anderson, David Archer, LaTianna Bridges, Joseph Dennard, Colby Dopson, Brandon High, Hudson Hodges, Brooklyn Jordan, Grady Kennedy, Christopher Lauramore, Avery Lyons, Emma Moody, Addyson Thomas, Jayson Wright St. John: Cason Crews, Alayna Davis, Izaiah Dugger, Jalen Fiano, Garrett Forbes, Madison Fraser, Joshua Heppner, Randall Lane Hodges, Dallas Mobley, Apurva Patel, Emily Roth, Marquee Taylor, Kaylee Wheaton, Memphis Walker Thigpen: Kuyler Brogdon, Alexis Caldwell, DaVaunia Church, Tayla Gris, Sarah Harrell, Kimberly Higginbo tham, Christopher Howell, Waylon Jones, Nahum JoseSimon, Ethan Taylor, Kellen Underwood, Landon Weaver, Aiden West, Ava West, Haley White, Omari Worthen Thompson: Delvintae Berry, William Damien Blackburn, Travis Britt, Jakaira Carter, Bayleigh Gully, Madison Hep pner, Ethan Ledford, Aiden Leever, Savannah Norman, Reagan Nyman, Kaytlen Satterwhite, Brantley Fisher Star ling, Evan Thick, Bryce Wyche Thrift: Bailey Baglin, Kallie Barefoot, John Binion, Bailey Brantley, Seth Brassart, Kane Combs, Logan Corder, Grace Dube, Josiah Harmon, Felicity Hill, JHiren Mitchell, Emily Passmore, Hayden Windham Turner: Grayson Adair, Claire Adams, Garrett Bridges, Dalton Browning, Kirra Cates, Brodie Davis, Jeremy Dugan, Christopher Harvey, Isaiah Murphy, Areal Norris, MiAsia Paige, Alexa Pope, Raelyn Sanders, Cody Schrull Waller: Peyton Clevinger, Riley Crews, Carlie Green, Kae din Gray, Joshua Ryan Hefner, Elijah Meadows, JosiBeth Page, Mayson Perry, Jackson Rauch, Jade Richardson, Ke mari Shaw, Lila Stokes, Allison Willingham, Elissa Wilson, Miley Yarborough Webb: Rylee Barber, Colton Brownlee, Emilio Cruz, Gracie Davis, Preslie Davis, Leightyn Dawson, Hank Dyal, Devlin Gill, Kenzie Johnson, Melody Langston, Anthony Larkins, Destinee Mason, Samuel Miller, Luke Miner, Chloe Nor man, DeAsia Paige, Hayden Phillips Wilkes: Izabella Boatwright, William Briner, Bella Crews, Wyatt Groves, Dalton Harrell, Jonathan Judson, Kiley King, Nathan Kirkendall, Presli McHenry, Cierra Mitchell, Isabella Mitchell, Layne Monds, Clayton Nipper, Kaitlyn Shivers, Hannah Vickers, Baylee Whitehead Ziemienski: Autumn Bentley, Kinsley Brewer, Melinda Davis, Hailey Etchison, Cohen Gris, Taylor Haire, Kaylee Hurst, Kaden Jager, Cire Johnson, Austin Jurovschi, Omar Lee, Allison Nguyen, Peyton Shields, Brody Smith, Payton Starling, Kale Thrift, KMariyon White Contact Information for the Baker County School District:Superintendents Oce 259-6251 Bus Garage 259-2444 Family Service Center 259-7871www.baker.k12..us
July 31, 2014 | T B C P | Back2School | Page 5 Westside Elementary School904-259-2216 Home of the Panthers201415 CLASS ENROLLMENTSFIRST GRADEAshley Trimm: Victoria Cohen, Jabora Crudup, Makayla Daniel, Kailee Gainey, Anthony Guthrie, Spencer Hance, Hayden Hobbs, Braden Mclelland, Jyrahn Mintz, Oliver Norman, Zion Paige, Jamie Prevatt, Mackenzi Sisk, Trenity Thomas, Michael Voss Amber Whitehead: Bella Adams, Landon Beasley, Christopher Brantley, Timothy Brewer, Ronald Canady, Jaqala Carter, Anniston Gurganious, Khamani Hill, Katie Register, Jackie Sapp, Lillian Silguero, Landon Smallwood, Mckenzie Southwood, Shellie Sutton, George Washington, Robert Williams Heather Crews: Leeryc Barton, Dana Berry, Breanna Davis, Jacob Dyer, Gavin Endel, Andy Givens, Gabriella Harris, Kolton Harvey, Jada Henderson, Jericha Herndon, Taylor Johnson, Toby Jurovschi, Khade Nettles, Thomas Nobles, Kale Starling, Ijjas Tisdale, Kalee Yale Jammie Church: Rebecca Branham, Johnny Burnham, Lillian Carr, Gavin Combs, Emma Epperson, Monte Givens, Nolan Gris, Indi Knox, Samuriah Major, Peyton Manucy, Caden Moore, Abby Patterson, Wyatt Price, Maddison Rhoden, Ranillia Roberts, Christopher Stewart, Lucas Vermillion Kathleen Sheridan: Trenton Collingwood, William Collins, Treyvin Dawson, Teanna Dickins, Wyatt Forbes, Willie Gris, Chelsea Harper, Timothy Hogue, Joshua Irish, Trent Murphy, Terrell Nesmith, Cabrina Paige, Bailey Roberts, Fisher Taylor, Kourtney Tucker Kailyn Wilson: Riley Caudill, Payton Finley, Brianna Gregory, Logan Gris, Sadye Harvey, Jerimyah Horton, Jaylin Jeerson, Kelton Lanier, Eli Lauramore, Emily Lindsey, Mauriel Lloyd, Edwin Medina, Carmen Myers, Leigha Smith, Madalyn Sparkman, Trevon Thompson Lacy Smith: Sion Carson, Nevaeh Carter, Randall Conner, Zattie Crudup, Garrett Davis, Kadin Davis, Gracie Dyal, Samantha Harvey, Johnaysia Hawkins, Willow Heppner, Drake Hill, Timothy Hudson, Brayden Martin, Camber Milton, Trazaveen Mitchell, Trevor Oralls, Julius Smith, Skyler Weber Marti Conner: Kaiden Bowers, Layla Burke, Gabrielle Butler, Wesley Crockett, Tifton Davis, Railey Dugger, Cody Dutcher, Baileigh Gris, Joselyn Halle, Owen Hodges, Angel Long, Ava Mairs, Walker Mallory, Delilah Mann, John Overland, Regina Pitts, Kaiden Robinette, Jessica Sollicito, Alexis Spires, Celeste Spring Melissa Driggers: Logan Acres, Bryan Bennett, Camron Craig, Paris Dodd-Hicks, Braden Ferguson, Jamarion Goodman, Lynasia Green, Ryan Levister, Kylee Miller, Slevin Morris, Perry Murphree, Darryn Russell, Delilah Shafer, Joshua Starling, Natalia Strachan, Kayln Strickland Karen Mallard: Darcie Adams, Jordan Allaart, Carly Cannon, Carlye Combs, Kyle Cregg, Joshua Davis, Laytin Gris, Nathan Jordan, Payten Rewis, Brayden Rhoden, Hunter Stephens, Estelle Switzer, Imani Thompson, Emerson Womack Michele Mcdonald: Paige Baumgardner, Brandon BrightDuran, Kyler Burnsed, Madison Calvert, Kamryn Davis, Jesse Francis, Nathan Harris, Brandon Heppner, Mallory Jackson, Alaina Jones, Hunter Ploucher, Landan Prevatt, Hailey Randle, Jaden Reed, Jayden Stanley, Christa Wiggins, Josslyn Williams Tiany Renshaw: Mason Andrews, Gavin Barefoot, David Clark, Cayden Dube, Ashley Duren, Wesley Gilbert, Talen Harvey, Caroline Hilliard, Kassidy Jewell, Maxamus Leonard, Trenton Newmans, Haley Nobles, Casen Padgett, Rakiya Pitts, Matheson Register, Gilyn Rhoden-Carter, Aydan Wilcutts, Alexis YoungSECOND GRADEAshley Davis: Hunter Brown, Alyssa Cannon, Caedan Crain, Dexter Foster, Baylon Frisbee, Kydalin Kiser, Agnelina Lugo-Maldonado, Tyler Maurer, Savannah Montean, Raelyn Muncy, Emily Prevatt, Paytan Robinson, Tommy Rollins, Emily Shupe, William Simpson, Nathan Thick, Madison Thigpen, Christian Thomas Allison Elledge: Nathan Crawford, Logan Davis, Brayden Dawson, Maria Dunnam, Harmony Edeneld, Tommy Harrell, Evan Harris, Mahki Henderson, Patrick Hurlburt, Jordan Jarrell, Jayceon Johnson, David Kinley, Ryan Pack, Nicholas Rowan, Annabelle Schwien, Kameron Starling, Mikeria Washington Heather Jacobs: Elaina Bowles, John Burnsed, Adrianna Collige, Breanna Cox, Hunter Craig, Gracie Gray, Caitlin Harper, Rex Harrison, Ty Jacobs, William Johnson, Connor Miner, Luke Padgett, Madison Petry, Joseph Poole, Nathan Poturich, Makenzie Rhoden, Alexa Salts, Elijah Stokes, Averie Walker, Jailei Watson Jessica Beck: Jacie Blanton, Sabrina Brooks, Michael Christopher, Jacob Crews, Gaige Davis, Joshua Gammons, Monroe Gray, Amiracle Haygood, Hanna Hodges, Devin Hokanson, Mayce Nowlen, Nio Smith, Brian Sparkman, Landon Stewart, Brittany Swindell, Shhadiamond Watkins, Lindsey Williams, Ceylub Winn, James Wynne Jennifer Gonzalez: Jameson Bourkney, Journey Green, Azarriah Harper, Tyler Higginbotham, Thomas Morris, Amber Owens, Kentlee Payne, Halley Richendollar, Hunter Robinson, Deronta Ross, Ryan Rothfeldt, Avery Royal, Ally Stearns, Gracie Waters, Kenais Williams Kristyn Davis: Elizabeth Barton, Skylar Brumell, Brayden Dietz, Katelyn Gates, John-Daniel Hews, Veronique Johnson, Austin Judson, Alina Jurovschi, Dantwan Larry, Emily Morris, Casey Nipper, Cayden Sands, Meagan Schlarbaum, Serenity Simpson, Gavin Sparkman, Alaina Stewart, Matthew Turner, Nakhi Williams Kailee Raulerson: Hailey Carter, Tristan Chessman, Luke Conway, Isaac Davis, Kyra Edwards, Khloee Epperson, Emiley Harris, Trenton Holland, Brayden Holloway, Taniya Major, Matthew Padgett, Jamon Parker, Emily Pendleton, Mckenzie Poturich, Noah Repta, Annabelle Starling, Tatum Stewart, Jose Torres Lesley Nunn: Azarius Allen, Mikayla Evans, Bradley Hardenbrook, Brayden Horne, Evan Irish, Nevaeh Jackson, Michael Lashley, Nevaeh Lauramore, Joe Levister, Lyla Peebles, Riley Rigdon, Emma Snodgrass, Emma Stewart, Timothy Street, Breanna Swindell, Matthew Weston, Chuck Yale Rhonda Staord: Savannah Bass, Aliyah Chauncey, Chason Davis, Owen Gris, Bryson Horne, Shalyn Howard, Landon Jacobs, Shaun Jeerson, Dakota Linster, Brody Rhoden, Taylor Rhoden, Alexis Rios, Logan Ritter, Hunter Roundtree, Emily Smith, Ave Taylor, Irin Tisdale, Amber Wood Staci Wignall: Curtis Austin, Hudson Bennett, Quientin Canaday, Kiley Cushman, Bradley Dodd, Travis Finley, Jayzn Halle, Destiney Hudnall, Matthew Hunter, Lane Joiner, Landen Kinard, Michael Maxam, Allan Phan, Katelyn Rhoden, Kyra Stewart, Lucy Taylor, Trinity Thomas, Danielle Wilcutts Venus Hurst: Hailey Barron Huggins, Emma Combs, Haley Combs, Hunter Combs, Brett Easter, Eyonni Ellis, Martavian Graham, Cooper Kersey, Haley Kirkendall, Cole Knight, Anthony Langston, Walter Perryman, Christopher Pope, Tyler Rodgers, Kelsi Sands, Dakota Wilburn, Emma Williams, Reyuanna WilliamsTHIRD GRADEAmanda Shivers: Emily Barton, Kendall Canaday, Rift Cannon, Haylie Crawford, Manny Duke, Madison Finley, Peyton Gris, Kacee Horton, Samuel Johns, Bodie Mclelland, Victor Medina, Juerron Northington, Jaidin Randall, Allison Stewart, Kylie Stewart, Naazziah Williams, Shylynn York Dawn Dowling: Mckenzie Abbott, Brenton Barton, Autumn Breese, Michael Crews, Noah Crews, Taya Daniels, Benjamin Davis, Darren Davis, Ryan Dube, Jonathan Garcia, Seth Harvey, Kaylee Heppner, Jaden Manucy, Dawson Norman, Summerlyne Tyson, Matilyn Wilford, Richard Williams Deborah Payne: Harrison Chapman, Nia Coleman, Karson Combs, Caleb Craig, Reagan Fernandez, Jailee Hardenbrook, Dalton Harvey, Hannah Herb, Kylie Higginbotham, Brandon Jager, Kelsey Johnson, Tommy Lauramore, Malayna Loadholtz, Haley Marker, Olivia Mcginley, James Mercorella, Whitley Mobley, Gabriel Oca, Archi Patel, Ryleigh Rogers, Haylee Sands Janet Gray: Ellyssa Amerson, Clayton Andrews, Ryan Blackburn, Richard Brown, Katelin Burnsed, Alexis Clayton, Elmus Davis, Lejon Edwards, Shaun Gainey, Brookelyn Goodwin, Austin Johnson, Dylan Martin, Kayla Mitchell, Ryan Murphy, Kayla Norman, Garrett Paul, Timothy Penrod Kimberly Gris: Daniel Chavis, Jaden Clayton, Destiny Fennell, Kaleb Gammons, Aidan Henley, Kyler Lawler, Rikiana Lee, Jesse Martin, Sarah Patterson, Breanna Peacock, Sade Peterson, Trace Prevatt, Tyler Sznakowski, Troy Winkler Katie Rhoden: Leah Arnold, Grace Barber, Allison Bennett, Conner Daniel, Mandi Edgerton, Mariah Green, Otis Johnson, Dylan Jurovschi, Autum Lingefelt, Austin Mccauley, Marcus Monte, Devin Powers, Daniel Reagan, Yiselle Ruise, Sara Stewart, Drake Weston, Jacob Wilkerson Peggy Hand: Susan Andrews, Leo Cottrell, Tucker Crews, Katelyn Dobbs, Sarah Dopson, Taylen Gentry, Jimmy Hudnall, Makayla Johnson, Maverick Morgan, Gunner Peterson, Kaden Raulerson, Trinity Roberson, Nykeria Ross, Catelynn Sands, Kayden Shedd, Hardy Staord, Sara Worsham Scott Wendel: Ryleigh Britt, Jordan Calvert, Ethan Canaday, Kyle Cooper, Kensey Eldridge, Marsavya Ford, Gavin Gainey, Anna Green, Trenton Hodges, Mason Johnson, Wynsday Manucy, Marques Mckenzie, Austin Rowe, Brianna Shrull, Javen Thomas, Hailey Tucker, Jesse Wall Tamela Binn: Kelsie Abbott, Makenzie Adams, Brayden Barnwell, Zachary Christopherson, Alexis Combs, Colton Crews, Hannah Davis, Corbin Elder, Andrew Hayward, Kaelin Kuester, Gabrial Morris, Emma Richardson, Hope Roberson, Dalton Ruise, Jordan Smith Tara Stenbeck: Charles Alonso, Natalie Brantley, Benjamin Bridges, Seth Carson, Nevaeh Carter, Samuel Croft, Jasmine Endel, Haley Grainger, Roger Huggins, Gloria Maldonado, Zane Miller, Cale Neal, Shane Oralls, Brayden Sapp, Kathryn Sluski, Ivyuna Tisdale, Gerraldo Williams Susan White: Justin Burke, Brennan Dillman, Lily Elledge, Brendon Force, William Gris, Brookelyn Jeerson, Michael Johnson, Mikenzie Ohara, James Richardson, Dillan Ruise, Kellyn Sapp, Kalena Sealey, Scott Sullivan, Keith Waters, Victor Zarrella Yvonne Shope: John Akridge, Caleb Barnes, Jude Buckminister, Brandon Burnsed, Anslee Carter, Timothy Carter, Autumn Dillman, Kaylen Dinkens, Olivia Edeneld, Jared Fryer, Zoe Johnson, Gracelyn Long, Humberto Maldonado, Mallory Nipper, Katie Smith, Jayda Stewart MIXED Gwendolyn Moment: Branden Atkinson, Briar Baglin, James Barton, Jaiden Champion, Tommy Covington, Brandon Fanton
July 31, 2014 | T B C P | Back2School | Page 6FIRST GRADEBaker: Masyn Barlow, Aiden Boyles, Larry Brown, Charles Cole, Brooklyn Combs, Wyatt Crawford, Emily Crossland, Rhadya Gaskins-Ruise, Clayton Haden, Braiden Harvey, Olivia Hosford, Taz Kinghorn, Alyssa Kirk, Madison Kittrell, Tiany Raulerson, Kelton Rhoden, Matthew West, Kaden White Brewin: Layne Akridge, Aubrey Beam, Jake Bledsoe, Aaleyiah Brown, Bella Canaday, Kendall Carter, Daevyn Collins, Damion Cotterman, Austin Davis, Jaxon Echols, Timberlee Hance, Yasmise Haygood, Kaelynn Hill, Christopher Hodges, Aiden Jenow, Kearstin Stout, Brycen Tubberville, Laniyah Wilcox Burnsed: Alyssa Baskin, Jaycee Combs, Jacob Dixon, Tajyrah Donaldson, Abigail Doyal, JC Folston, Kylie Hall, Nathan Hunt, Delanee Mobley, Lucas North, Kaliey Parish, Phillip Spreadbury, Cade Taylor, Raya Thompson, Cyler Varnum, Anthony Washington, Kiley Wilkerson, Chase Williams Cole: Madison Burnham, Kendall Cone, Lani Crews, Luke Crews, Scotty Crosby, Tate Gris, Ruby Helms, Jonathan Hendricks, Wilmarius Jackson, Anesia Lee, Alexis Morgan, Tristan Parker, Lucas Politano, McKinley Rewis, Kierstern Rhoden, Shiloh Rooker, Cash Ruise, Cierra Sweat Grin: Daylon Adams, Lexi Crews, John Gainey, Aybree Gonzalez, James Green, Kylee Sue Johnson, Rilynne Kirkland, Allison Kukucka, Jackson Miller, James Miller, Katie Moats, Claire Potts, Carson Powell, Reagan Proctor, Hollan Rodgers, Baleigh Shields, Landyn Shouse, Trinity Starling, Ella Steadman, Ferin Sternett Jones: Allexiss Bailey, Nell Brown, Pheonix Carter, Ashton Coop, Rilan Courson, Kora Destin, Aaron Etchison, Brianna Gee, Kylie Johns, Kenan Johnson, Rhys Jordan, Reginald Keith, Ethan Korkowski, Luke Padgett, Leevi Rhoden, Cayden Sharp, Caitlynn Shell, Caleb Starrett Lough: River Chauncey, Kason Crews, Mallory Diggs, Dezire Gibbons, Jiselle Gray, Addisyn Haddock, Kaitlyn Holland, Sophie Horne, Grady Jordan, Andrew Martin, Taden McGee, Sawyer Rhoden, Alli Staples, Weston Starling, Zoe Stone, Tara Thrift, Tyler Wilford, Donnie Williams Lyons: Callie Armentrout, Jermaine Belford, Lily Bledsoe, Khole Harris, Kavion Henderson, Aiden Hobby, Tresean Huggins, Dalton Johnson, Madison Johnson, JP Jones, Weston Mobley, Zachary Passmore, Hudson Register, Ariel Santiago, Madalyn Sparkman, Crystal Starling, Kelly Wirth, Lyanna Washington McCart: Christopher Adams, Emma Cain, Brady Castleberry, Eli Daras, Destiny Denmark, Addy Fountain, Kaitlynn Gris, Olivia Gris, Lanyden Jackson, Camdyn McCook, Gavin Mosley, Hampton Reed, Miley Rhoden, Luke Starling, Taylor Thornton, Landon Trees, Trentyn Walker, Derrick Williams Mitchell: Kyle Bleich, Terra Butler, Cody Clevenger, Madison Coop, Mason Dennie, Jason Finley, Aiden Fogarty, Brooke Foster, Blake Holman, Letha Jarvis, Savannah Kea, David Kearns, Destiny Kish, McKaiden Lowry, Parker Rogers, Jayden Taylor, Taylen Whiteld Mosley: Landan Baxter, Haley Brown, Ashton Byrd, Blane Chauncey, Karis Duncan, Diamond Gibbons, Omari Goodman, Ava Grace Gris, Brooklyn Irish, Ava Johnson, Olivia Kennedy, James Lyons, Jamarcus McKenzie, Pierson Moran, James Prescott, Cory Reed, Kynan Varnum, Journey Yoder Scott: Andrew Anderson, Asyah Ayres, Earle Barber, Olivia Carlton, Landon Clemens, Kaiser Davis, Blaikley Delp, Emily DeRoche, Madysen Geiger, Kole Hall, Emily Harmon, Maurice Lee, Landon Rhoden, David Smith, Gabriel Vega, Kaylynn Waters, Preston Wilson Sharp: Jacob Ballinger, Alyssa Burnsed, Airdyn Byrd, Vanessa Craddock, Sean Etchison, Tyler Forth, Justin Grimsley, Kairi Hamilton, Jayden Larry, Alexia McLane, Trenton Morgan, Damian Norris, Chase Phillips, Megan Scott, Xantavia Smart, Sydney Spitzer, Cameryn Swindell, Eli WeichmanSECOND GRADEAnderson: Heather Anderson, Ethen Andrews, Noah Behm, Aubrey Darras, Jaeceiri Folston, Hunter Fralick, Sincere Glover, Cire Johnson, Brianna McDonald, Logan Mercer, Deanna Paige, Delaina Parker-Keith, Kelton Smallwood, Reese Taylor, Chelsey Thode, Corey Thomas, Jonathan Walker Davis: Zoey Brown, Rebecca Busbee, Xavion Church, Kristen Darras, Madison Doyal, Christopher Fraze, Garrett Guernsey, Austin Gris, Kelan Hendricks, David Hollar, Emma Ingles, Tyrell Jackson, Wyatt Pickett, Kayd Roll, Kaylee Sears, Joshua Swindell, Allison Teeter, Harmoni Tolliver Dorman: David Barwick, Tyler Bassile, Sondra Belford, Leia Davis, Ladderick McCall, Madyson McFarlin, Siya Patel, Dylan Pembelton, Deven Pridemore, Ethan Rafuse, Alec Rhoden, Brooklyn Sheely, Karlee Simpson, Michael Snow, Logan Thompson, Miracle Thornton, Joseph Williams Fitzwater: Benjamin Archer, Adeline Bliss, Madilynn Bryant, Angelina Cabral, Olivia Dunn, Kierstyn Gray, Hudson Helms, Ava Herring, Ian Holtom, Zariyah Hope, Jakaleb Jackson, Lynzie Moore, David Pembelton, Landen Simpkins, Joseph Stronko, Noah Talle, Noah Wilkes, Carson Worthington Gordon: Chloe Altman, Gracelynn Arnett, Hagan Bell, Breylan Brown, Tucker Bryant, Chloe Burks, Brookelyn Carter, Tyler Gainey, Jacob Hart, Jace Harvey, Evelyn Hodges, Jonathan Morgan, Samantha Moring, Kryssie Rountree, Yasmirah Spatcher, Mykell Thorpe, Johnathan Vice Harvey: Carson Boyles, Braxton Burnsed, Mahaley Combs, Tucker Crawford, Georgia Crews, Clarence Daniels, Ryan Harrell, Walker Jordan, Cyan Kirt, Jolton Knabb, William Lin, Nicholas Mattei, Avery Nipper, Teagan Rosamonda, Madison Satterwhite, Addison Staples, Rylee Yonn Hurst: Jesslan Barton, Jailyn Bradley, Jack Brown, Ryland Castleberry, Leila Destin, Grant Filosi, Hannah Folsom, Javon Grin, Harper Johnson, Jareb Lauramore, Landen Lauramore, Ava Marlow, Akshar Patel, Abby Porter, Ty Rewis, Caroline Rhoden, Adam Starling, Madyson Terrell Sabaka: Bethany Canaday, Jamarian Dean, Christopher Dugan, John Finley, Lucas Gibson, Shealynn Gray, Asher Jay, Dalton Johnson, Jimmy Johnson, Landon Lee, Amber Lick, Sadie Ostrander, Paige Pickett, Kolby Sanders, Jackson Stronko, Blaine Thomas, Cadence Winsjansen, Shailyn Wood A Taylor: Rachel Butt, Jackson Carver, DeAisa Glover, Gracie Gourn, Isabella Gray, Kloi Harnage, Michael Harrell, Ava Manalo, Camden Mosley, Cooper Mosley, Riley Katsikas, Annistyn Olive, Aubrey Santiago, Lilly Sapp, Cooper Sands, Kayla Wallace, Rylee Walker, Avery Wilkerson, Hailey Williams, Chloe Woods L Taylor: Chelsey Barber, Kellen Battles, Parker Combs, Trenton G Gris, Layton Jackson, Kaylee Keen, Christian Linton, Alexander McLarty, A. J. Millhorn, Nevaeh Paige, Joshua Ramos, Kaegan Roberts, Kayla Rourke, Elizabeth Simons, Alyssa Smith, Thomas Payne, Kameron Weeks Thrush: Jay Alexander, Logan Arnold, Austin Bleich, Dallas Collins, Garrett Dugger, Reagan Go, Khale Harris, Hannah Hefty, Kaylin Hunter, JaNaya Kier, Kayona Manley, Robert Schattenberg, Ahmaad Sims, Luka Soles, Hollie Smith, Mylee Stephens, Logan Wright Wignall: Tristan Bailey, Kale Crews, Madison Crews, Emma Go, Kemarian Henderson, Jackson Hodges, Shelby Hodges, Andrew Hunt, Jonas Lewis-Capo, Amber Millard, Miah Nicely, Taylor Nielsen, Karis Richardson, Daniel Sanville, Ethan Sanville, Benjamin Scott, Ian Self, Elijah StevensTHIRD GRADECombs: Madison Blankenship, Kai Bishop, Lindsey Christopher, JaMauri Elliott, Vincent Fuller, Anna Green, Maleah Jones, Tucker Kennedy, Jack Lin, Ryleigh Mash, Peyton Martin, Destin Norris, Jayda Ross, Riley Rhoden, Taylor Shealy, Robert Simpkins, Jorden Strawder Crews: Jessi Bryant, Darien Combs, Daniel Hoard, Diego McKire, Camdyn Jowers, Carrigan McCook, Ma-Khai Mosley, Logan Padgett, Dhruv Patel, Morgan Register, Jonathan Samaroo, Lydia Scammacca, Dakota Sirk, Kansas Sirk, Breanna Taylor, Nathen Taylor, Regan Thrush Cumpston: Daniel Anderson, Heather Arwine, Kendall Barton, Jacob Dykes, Jonathan Haggard, Jyiel Jeerson, Michael Jones, Joshua Mette, Tyler Michael, Kira Moring, Leeann Norman, Jada Parish, Jazlyn Raulerson, Aymen Said, Kaylee Thompson, Donald Wilkerson, Brayden Young Goodwin: Gavin Barton, Megan Barton, Tanner Bridges, Brooklyn Davis, Peyton Foreman, Jamarian Henderson, Nathaniel Jones, Zainab Lateef, Brady Little, Cale Neal, JaeVeon Reed, Jason Sweat, Abbygayle Weichman, Shomariana Wilcox, Ava Willoughby, Cannon Wimpey Jackson: Brock Duncan, Aubree Hires, Carter Hodges, Joy Holmes, Kaden Jernigan, Lavon Jones, Dorian Lee, Gabriel McDonald, Taylor Morgan, Breanna OBrien, Zoey Pendleton, Cooper Thompson, Jennelle Tyler, Jada Wilcox, John Wood Rambo: Ella Amerson, Jessica Blanchard, Jasmin Brown, Gage Catling, Aaron Cline, Caden Conner, Robert Cotterman, Breanna Davis, Trenton Gris, Macey Harris, Phillip Jackson, Savannah Morgan, Cameron Newmans, LiMirra Thompson, Cameron White, Phillip Wilson Rentz: Justin Broome, Stone Chauncey, Dakota ConawayEllis, Eden Crews, Kayden Force, Luke Hodges, Hunter Johns, Carly Johnson, Wyatt Kittrell, Jessalyn Lauramore, Jordyn Kay Parker, Cohen Potts, Cole Prevatt, Abbie Rhoden, Kara Starling, Natalie Taylor, Trenton Taylor, Kirsten Thomas, Presley Turner, Brayden Wallace Sharman: Elodie Davis, Davion Dean, Bryce Deston, Mallory Hauge, Aubrey Kreutz, Briar Noles, Chapman Padgett, Elijah Passmore, Beau Paulson, Charlotte Robinson, Kaylee Stokes Hunter Tripp, Hayden Turnham, Erryana Whiteld, Jaylen Wilcox Sullivan: Brynne Canaday, Elco Carrasco, Ava Charboneau, Elle Charboneau, Kendall Czarowitz, Jace Dugger, Caitlyn Harris, Raymond Henderson, Bryce Kazmierczak, Elizabeth Kennedy, Taylor Leslie, Hunter Rhoden, Gadge Romo, Tucker Thrift, Brianna Werba, Jordan Wright Thomas: Donovan Bonds, Kenyon Dolison, Ava Eddins, Nathan Echols, Kelton Ellis, Matthew Fowler, Valmir Geriya, Kylee Kearns, LeighAnna McDonald, Nathaniel Matthews, Hannah Peil, Walker Starling, Brooklynne Tatum, Kyleigh Taylor, Mikesha Tisdale, Joshua Wilkerson West: Nathaniel Altom, Colson Altman, Kira Bishop, Christopher Fowler, Shelby Grace, Jessica Grimsley, Zachery Homan, Kallen Huckeby, Eric Jackson, Kelton Kaeck, Joseph Keen, Leliani Perry, Derrick Ruise, Mikayla Sawyer, Ava Smith, Kyla Wilcox, Kellen Williams Macclenny Elementary School904-259-2551 Home of the Wild Kittens201415 CLASS ENROLLMENTS
Page 7 | T B C P | Back2School | July 31, 2014DPAC School Supply DriveThe Baker County School District will hold its annual drive to collect school supplies for students in need on Saturday, August 9, 2014, from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Volunteers will be collecting supplies at the following businesses: CVS Pharmacy, Dollar Tree, Family Dollar, Winn-Dixie, and the Dollar General stores in Macclenny and Glen St. Mary.Thank you for supporting the 2014-2015 School Supplies Project!DRESS CODEThe dress code of the Baker County School District is an attempt to work in concert with the goals and philosophy of our schools and to create a wholesome environment for the educating of our youth. Each student is expected to come to school in a neat and clean fashion and to wear shoes at all times. Individual schools may have additional dress code requirements published in their student planners. In addition to those requirements students are not allowed to wear the following to school: 1. Unacceptable Dress Slacks, jeans, shorts, or dresses that reveal body imprints due to excessive tightness, including spandex-type clothing; Shorts or dresses that are deemed too short by individual school administration, shorts or dresses having splits, or shorts worn for physical education; Bare midri, see-through clothing without appropriate under garments, sun dresses without straps, halters, backless dresses, tube tops, half shirts, opensided shirts, T-Back tops, and tank tops/camis (unless covered by an appropriate outer garment); Clothing with words, phrases, symbols, pictures, patches, or insignias, which are obscene, profane, oensive, or drug, alcohol, or gang related; Hats, caps, visors, bandannas, hoodies, or headbands in school buildings (except for special occasions as approved by the administration); Hair rollers and/or curlers in hair during school hours; Any clothing improperly fastened; Pants, jeans, or shorts worn below beltline. 2. Clothing and styles considered hazardous to health and/or safety and which are not allowed: Bare feet; bedroom slippers; shoes with wheels (heelies); Sunglasses inside the buildings, unless a medical permit is on le; Choke collars, chains, jewelry, clothing or adornment that may be considered dangerous or disruptive to the learning environment. Regarding F.S. 1006.07(2)(d), students are expected to dress appropriately, exhibit respect for themselves and others, and maintain orderly conduct which is conducive to an orderly environment. No student can wear clothing that exposes underwear or body parts in an indecent or vulgar manner or which disrupts the orderly learning environment. Any student who violates the dress policy is subject to disciplinary action. For a rst oense, a student must be given a verbal warning and the school principal/ designee must call the students parent or guardian. For a second oense, the student is ineligible to participate in any extracurricular activity for a period not to exceed 5 days and the school principal/designee must meet with the students parent or guardian. For a third or subsequent oense, a student must receive an in-school suspension for a period not to exceed 3 days, the student is ineligible to participate in any extracurricular activity for a period not to exceed 30 days, and the school principal/designee must call the students parent or guardian and send the parent or guardian a written letter regarding the students suspension and ineligibility to participate in extracurricular activities.BULLYING, THREATS, ABUSE, AND INTIMIDATIONBULLYING, THREATS, ABUSE, AND INTIMIDATION It is the policy of the Baker County School District that all of its students and school employees have an educational setting that is safe, secure, and free from harassment and bullying. This behavior may be considered a serious breach of conduct. The district will not tolerate bullying, acts of intimidation, or harassment of any type. It is the policy of the Baker County School District that all of its students have an educational setting that is safe, secure, and free from dating violence or abuse of any kind. The district will not tolerate any form of teen dating violence or abuse. This behavior may be considered a serious breach of conduct. Teen dating violence or abuse is dened as: a pattern of emotional, verbal, sexual, or physical abuse used by one person in a current or past dating relationship to exert power and control over another when one or both of the partners is a teenager. Abuse may include insults, coercion, social sabotage, sexual harassment, stalking, threats and/ or acts of physical or sexual abuse. The abusive partner uses this pattern of violent and coercive behavior to gain power and maintain control over the dating partner. This may also include abuse, harassment, and stalking via electronic devices such as cell phones and computers, and harassment through a third party, and may be physical, mental, or both. Consistent with the intent and requirements of Section 1006.148, Florida Statutes, the school district upholds that dating violence by any student is prohibited: On school property; During any school-related or school-sponsored program or activity; or During school-sponsored transportation. Please call the following number to report bullying anonymously 904-259-0432.EXTENDED DAY ENRICHMENT PROGRAM Baker County Pre-K/Kdg. Center EDEP 259-0395 Macclenny Elementary School EDEP 259-4992 Westside Elementary School EDEP 259-2452 J. Franklyn Keller Intermediate School EDEP 259-2315 EDEP Hours: 6:30 8:35 AM 3:25 6:00 PM
Page 8 | T B C P | Back2School | July 31, 2014FOURTH GRADEAnderson, Naomi: Gracie Boatright, Kristen Brunette, Clayton Chancey, Trenton Gray, Chloe Hauge, Jesse Hobbs, Kasen Johnson, Richard Lingefelt, Bryanna Luper, Taylor Mann, Haley Maxwell, Riley Mobley, Nathaniel Padgett, Ornaiz Pearson, Jaila Reed, Jasmine Roberson, Thomas Robinson, Jabari Ruise, Aden Starling, Marcus Thomas, Ryan Webb, Allie Young Bajalia, Emily: Makaira Adams, Cyanne Carey, Ethan Crawford, Kaitlyn Dinkins, Lexey Dopson, Hannah Dyal, Alejandro Garcia, Amelia Gonzalez, Isaiah Hale, Gabriel Hedge, Lauryn Homan, Ahmed Lateef, Heaven Lee, Payton Mchenry, Mason Rhoden, Morgan Ruise, Katilyn Small, Caleb South, Noah Underwood, Nicholas Venturelli, Ty Walker, Pearl Wilburn Cabral, Crystal: Dawson Brantley, Tara Coggins, Bailee Conti, Landen Cook, Andrew Courson, Landon Gaines, Joshua Kennedy, Jett Knabb, Destiny Knight, Jaylin Maiden, Elizabeth Martin, Gabrielle Midyette, Natalie Mobley, Adyson Morgan, Hunter Nordstrom, Josie Padgett, Silas Rhoden, Savannah Smallwood, John Van Vactor, Blaine Webb, Larkin Wilkerson, Austin York Cavannaugh, Deborah: Mikinzie Asato, Olivia Barber, Joshua Carver, Andrew Crews, Hayden Crow, Zacheriah Davis, Pacey Holtom, Kaylee Jordan, Ganika Larry, Baileigh Lauramore, Savanna Moody, Justin Moore, Mason Mullins, Trestin Nicely, Joshua Owens, Kendall Padgett, Jainee Simon, Hunter Sineath, Steven Stewart, Joseph Tanner, Michael Tate, Aniyah Taylor Combs, Stephanie: Alyssa Alford, Antonio Angelo, Alyssa Brown, Joshua Carter, Lily Conner, Kyra Davis, Jacob Dykes, Emaleigh Jensen, Jamiya Johnson, Dakota Manucy, Gracie Norman, Brookcey Padgett, Justin Raulerson, Gabrianna Rhodes, Jaymodd Ruise, Kaleb Wilcox, Elijah Williamson, Laurel-Ellyn York Crawford, Staci: George Barton, Philip Bowen, John Brown, Matthew Combs, Rayleigh Combs, Issac Craig, Lexie Crawford, Reanna Green, Chelsea Kilgore, Brooklyn Larry, Malorie Pippins, Nolan Rhoden, Elizabeth Robinson, Kyndall Robinson, Caden Shumate, Meagan Smith, Tzion Smith, Nyah Summey, Iverson Tisdale, Tyra Tisdale, Triston Whiteld, Maddox Wilkes Hatcher, Tiany: Trenton Armstrong, Payton Barnes, Lyndi Barrios, Conner Broughton, Hailey Colbert, Makay la Crews, Nicky Dial, Timothy Finley, Landon Fountain, Brody Gris, Jessica Hartzog, Tiara Herron, Breanna Johnson, Jeremiah Johnson, Bagheera Jones, Seth Lohr, Allen Mankins, Dillan Mathews, Hayley Mccoy, Harrison Muncy, Landen Scott Johnson, Jill: Kash Addy, Jaquan Akins, Katie Anderson, Julian Chambers, Caroline Cooper, Madison Davis, Gar rett Evans, Darlene Fraze, Zachary Gainey, Marcus Givens, Mickayla Jones, Timothy Mette, Nathan Mixon, Hailey Poturich, Randie Robinson, Ethan Rowe, Jordan Schlar baum, Mattisyn Shouse, Meadow Simmons, Abigail Teague, Kelsey Walker, Kathy Williams Kick, Leanna: Maisie Abbott, Loghan Baxter, Dallas Bur den, Astraya Clifton, Kloweigh Cox, Kassie Davis, Aubrey Fuller, Bryan Hagins, Joshua Holmes, Jhaheem Jones, Erianna Kemp, Richard Long, Robert Mreen, Houston Noles, Abigail North, Dakota Padgett, Ronnie Padgett, Camarion Paige, Kailynn Pembelton, Ridge Rhoden, Shayla Stewart, Iaryonna Wyche Landtroop, Christine: Hanah Blackwell, Landon Cates, Sandra Collins, Jayden Crawford, Kalin Davis, Hunter Dennie, Richard Dugger, Karson Gammons, Martez Holland, Mackenzie Honea, Lillian Jewell, Christopher Kirt, Tarek Manning-Givens, Amber Phillips, Titus Richardson, Collin Romeo, Erica Roth, Cody Terrell, Bailey Thomas, Jor dan Tucker, Frashaundra Williams Linville, Lori: Mariah Anderson, Talea Bouknight, Colton Brogdon, Brooke Clevenger, Chandler Crawford, Roselet ta Crudup, Dalton Cushman, Logan Dennie, Daegan Gainey, Shelby Grace, Dalton Gris, Zachary Harvey, Gar rett Hodges, Christianna Johnson, Maci Jordan, Kayana Kinney, Robert Martinez, Taylor Raiford, Jason Rhoden, Hunter Roberts, Amarion Ruise, Deanna Walker Lyons, Renee: Andrew Bonds, Bryleigh Brantley, Aakiem Brown, Kamala Collier, Olivia Dilbeck, Alex Doss, Emmalee Dugger, Garison Fish, Alexia Frazier, Autumn Hance, Tommy Hodges, Kaleigh Manucy, Alaina Maxam, Kaycee Mcdowell, Katelyn Nelson, Hunter Nipper, Wil liam Richardson, Faith Scott McGee, Ryan: Tana Barton, Aiden Benoit, Stormy Christ mas, Skylar Crews, Kendra Davis, Kanon Gonzalez, Caitlin Hulett, Danisha Jones, Trannen Mccray, Mykayla Morgan, Hudson Padgett, Braxton Romo, Christopher Simons, Camron Smith, Jordan Smith, Ian Touchton, Keith Waters, Jara Weeks, Aleeyah Whitsett Morley, McConn: Abagail Bennett, Jayston Brown, Taylor Clevenger, Jarah Cranford, Kyler Cribbs, Devin Cunningham, Alyssa Dunham, Javonta Elliott, Dylen Goldsmith, Karlie Hathcox, Ieisha Henderson, Serenity Jackson, Peyton Lewis, Emma Mobley, Lavincent Murry, Micheal Ostrander, John Pearce, Tristan Pendleton, Cody Setzer, Shdiamond Smith, Ashley Williams, Austin Yale TBA : Alan Bowen, Elijah Bowles, Isabella Cabral, Madison Colbert, Don Cox, Robert Dodd, Amber Faulk, Emma Hunt, Kason Jewell, Ashton Johnson, Lucas Jurovschi, Bradley Kirby, Derrickal Major, Emilee McCabe, Emaleigh Raulerson, Tereana Robinson, Penelopi Siegfried, Kaden Sigers, Skylar Thick, Trevorisse Thomas, Avery Timbs, Kylie Walker MacDonald, Stefanie: Keirstan Blackshear, Joseph Bolt, Christopher Cregg, Kyle Danko, Gabriel Finley, Ella French, Jahmel Glover, Eva Godwin, Jaden Herring, Lonna Hodges, Shanyah Hudnall, Lawson Lloyd, Jacob Miller, Jordan Morgan, Emily Myers, River Neri, Milton Oralls, Makenna Payne, Taiven Rhoden, Taylor Strayer, James Thompson, Alekzander Tsaregorodtsev Owings, Kim: Hailey Adams, Kolton Branch, Diana Bryan, Logan Burnham, Krista Crews, Jerry Davis, Justin Davis, Lucas Davis, Trenton Gris, David Harvey, Gideon Jordan, Olivia Legrande, Mckenzie Lowery, Ethyn Manning, Kyla Moring, Raechyl Owens, Austin Rash, Jordan Roberts, Payton Sanders, Peyton Satterwhite, Kaleb Wilkerson Read, John: Maddison Blackwood, Elijah Clark, Lucas De vereaux, Brantley Jones, Terry Kier, Jordan Thigpen Smith, Brad: Amber Allgeyer, Tiera Bouknight, Julia Cain, Kayla Darras, Isabelle Evans, Jayden Givens, Kellen Gray, Dynnis Hendricks, Sydni Mcdue, Ron Mcelroy, Zoe Mullner, Buddy Perryman, Kaylee Simpson, Austin Smith, Caleb Smith, Scott Sullivan, Mandy Thomas, Breonna Walker, Daniel Young West, Rachel: Angelleta Alonso, Alan Boyd, Clare Cole man, Jaden Combs, Kara Davis, Mason Dyal, Richard Ehrie, Daniel Hefty, Christopher Hinson, Sharica Jackson, Johnny Johnson, Cedrick Larry, Chloe Luper, Mason Manning, Pearceton Milton, Tera Moreeld, David Parrish, Breanna Peacock, Jared Poole, Daija Smith, Avery Spur lock, David WirthFIFTH GRADEAdams, Ashley: Dayci Adkins, Colin Alligood, Catherine Britt, Leah Cales, Travis Cole, Mary Courson, Hamp Craft, Dalton Crawford, William Elledge, Wyatt Gilbert, Angelina Hunter, Josie Jacobs, Tayleigh Lauramore, Avyiah Lee, Gabe Lewis, Amelia Long, Hunter Pembelton, Jonathan Raulerson, Katelyn Rentz, Kaleb Sowell, Xzion Wilcox, Mackensey Wilkes Cinal, Jami: William Carpenter, Raeleigh Castillo, Madisyn Catling, Michael Combs, Elijah Davis, Kaiwuan Giv ens, Connor Green, Kelly Harris, Tyler Hires, Audrey Long, Barbaralyn Mulligan, Alan Norman, Megan Oldham, Destiny Padgett, Kaylie Padgett, Morgan Padgett, Mi chael Prevatt, Savannah Randall, Russell Rooker, Summer Sigers, Bryar Walker, Emily Wyrick Crosby, Jessica: Jillian Barnett, Elysa Baumgardner, Kayla Brown, George Canaday, Kelsey Craig, William Daniel, Jada Donaldson, Trey Dugger, Ronnie Ellis, Savana Holton, Rylan Johns, Cameron Johnson, Brooklyn Kennedy, Brooklyn Manucy, Gracie Rhoden, Teagan Rhoden, Hayden Stearns, Emily Tanner, Rebecca Theus, William Tyson, Marcus Wilcox, Robert Wood Crummey, Jennifer: Connor Altman, Aurora BalasWilliams, Logan Carter, Joseph Cercy, Elizabeth Clines, Emma Cooper, Karsyn Crews, Mackenzie Crews, Dakota Dicks, Aubrey Fuss, Connor Gipson, Sydney Johnson, Jason Knabb, Dalton Moore, Savannah Powell, Noah Ray, Camilo Rollins, Tia Ruise, Cassie Shell, Doc Theophile, Jacob Waters, Daniel Westinghouse Davis, Janet: Jonathan Barnes, Trace Canaday, Antho ny Chapman, Chloe Clevenger, Landon Davis, Daniel Goethe, Kayla Harrington, Baliegh Harris, Elizabeth Her nandez, Gracie Karpf, Hunter Kingery, Damarea Lee, Jor dan Long, Matthew Lucas, Leland Nettles, Peyton Olive, Lance Padgett, Audrey Rhoden, Ashlynn Richendollar, Tu Sands, Zoey Stephenson, Jesslyn Wallstedt Herman, Jennifer: Emily Akridge, Christina Branch, Abi gail Busbee, Kayla Collins, Kobe Daniels, Summer Davis, Peyton Dube, Tyleena Jeerson, Gage Mann, Kristin Mo ran, Ronald Mosley, Alexa Raulerson, Lynsay Rewis, Alex Stokes, Colby Sutton, Tiequan Thomas TBA: Carey Burkhalter, Jackson Byrd, Brooklyn Canaday, Cameron Carroll, Robert Coger, Diamond Combs, Kelsey Crews, Joshua Cronon, Kale Gibson, Joseph Gray, Kyra Gray, Erica Harris, Jesse Harter, Maria Jackson, Lelia Johnson, Emma Knight, Sierra Lauramore, Karl Mack, Shane Morris, Lailah Phillips, Nathaniel Raulerson, Sarah Wilson Mahoney, Regina: Mitchel-Ray Blackburn, Maranda Bur nett, Raymond Clines, Zayne Eddins, Weston Gurganious, Briar Harvey, Emily Harvey, Kayla Hunter, Nykee Johnson, Toby Kinghorn, Michaela Lyons, Abril Nolasco, Samuel Scott, William Self, Albino Simon Jose, Joseph Staord, Angelina Troshyna, Devan Van Vactor, Ethan Wilford, Ky ler Wilkerson, Amber Williams, Caleb Woods McHenry, Jessica: Jamy Ash, Morgan Barber, Trenton Crawford, Shailee Curbow, Christopher Dellobuono, DesKeller Intermediate School904-259-4244 Home of the Tigers201415 CLASS ENROLLMENTS
July 31, 2014 | T B C P | Back2School | Page 9 BAKER COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS392 South Boulevard East, Macclenny, Florida 32063CATHERINE B. GOLONDirector of Nutrition Services, Purchasing and Warehousing Where Children Are First! Phone: (904) 259-4330 Fax: (904) 2592825 Dear Parent/Guardian: August 1, 2014 Welcome Back to School! New students will be assigned a ve (5) digit student meal identication number (bar code or pin number). Returning students will keep their number from the prior year. This is the number that a student enters on a keypad when obtaining a meal in the cafeteria. Each students unique number is condential and provided to the student on his/her class schedule. Good News: Prices are the same as last school year. Meal prices for the 2014-2015 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 *No cost for breakfast or lunch at Westside Elementary.We strive to keep meal prices competitive while operating a cost eective program. Most of all, our goal is to oer nutritious meals that meet United States Department of Agriculture requirements and regulations. New this year, students will be required to take at least one (1) fruit or vegetable with each reimbursable lunch. In order to do this, we need your help and ask that you keep current with your childs meal account. Meal prepayment and online prepayments (www.mylunchmoney.com) are always an option for parents, as well as qualication for free or reduced price meals. Should you wish to prepay, the chart provided below may be helpful: Students in Grades Pre-K 6 Full Price Reduced Price Students in Grades 7 12 Full Price Reduced Price Breakfast and Lunch Lunch Only Breakfast and Lunch Lunch Only Breakfast and Lunch Lunch Only Breakfast and Lunch Lunch Only Weekly Cost (5 day week) $17.50 $10.00 $3.50 $2.00 Weekly Cost (5 day week) $20.00 $12.50 $3.50 $2.00 9 Weeks Cost (45 days) $157.50 $90.00 $31.50 $18.00 9 Weeks Cost (45 days) $180.00 $112.50 $31.50 $18.00 Semester Cost (90 days) $315.00 $180.00 $63.00 $36.00 Semester Cost (90 days) $360.00 $225.00 $63.00 $36.00 Yearly Cost (180 days) $630.00 $360.00 $126.00 $72.00 Yearly Cost (180 days) $720.00 $450.00 $126.00 $72.00*No cost for breakfast or lunch at Westside Elementary.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 rst and then future meals. No student will be allowed to eat on credit for breakfast. All secondary schools, Baker County Middle School and High School students are encouraged to pre-pay or bring money each day. These students will only be extended credit for up to the price of two (2) lunches. Please prepay for meals and keep current so that your child may receive a meal. Again, online prepayment is available. 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 eld trips until the debt is paid in full. Direct specic questions to your schools Nutrition Service Manager as listed below: Pre-K/Kindergarten/6th Grade Center TBA (904) 259-0375 Macclenny Elementary School Cindy Scott (904) 259-2881 Westside Elementary School Marlene Rhoden (904) 259-6633 Keller Intermediate School Penny Raulerson (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 sta is looking forward to serving you. Sincerely, Cathy B. Golon, Director of Nutrition Services Attention Teachers & Parents:Help us highlight the activities and achievements of local students in and out of the classroom. Call 259-2400 or email email@example.com. THE BAKER COUN T Y PRESS tiny Langston, Kaylee Levister, Seleena Morris, Anthony Nader, Nathan Parish, Hannah Paxton, Ashley Perryman, Parker Prevatt, Johnryan Prosch, Kade Richardson, Sean Tillis, Ivan Tisdale, Kaleb Troestler, Anna Weber, Carrie We ber, Ellie Weber, Hayden Williams Meeks-Johnson, Sara: Patricia Bailey, Jesslyn Barnwell, Jacob Barton, Bayshia Dupree, Dezerae Eaton, Isabella Gray, Colby Hapgood, Eric Lauramore, Baleigh Lewis, Connor Rainwater, Dalton Reeder, Kaylee Rodgers, Christopher Schlarbaum, Jahhani Shuler, Sean Sitz, Jacob Tanner, Cally Whitehead, Brittney Wilcutts, Zoie Young Murphree, Rebecca: Marilyne Aviles, Kobie Barber, Skye Bradley, Haydon Bridges, Emily Britt, Taylor Bryant, Cameryn Cales, Izik Christopherson, Angel Easter, Macy Gullion, Haley Harris, Joshua Mcelmurry, Jason Morgan, Maylee Parish, Anthony Phillips, Shahanna Ruise, Gray land Stalnaker, Morgan Teeter, Hunter Whitehead, Jacob Womack, Paige Yonn Murphy, Jenette: Lillian Adams, Breanna Alford, Jason Amerson, Jamarian Baker, Jacob Breese, Rylee Carter, Lo gan Craig, Zandalee Daniels, Camron Givens, Ethan Johnson, Sydney Knight-Harden, Nathaniel Mann, Jadyn Manning, Blayne Nielsen, Emma Pearson, Haley Ritter, Jaylen Robinson, Megan Sullivan, Tiany Thomas, Myarion Tisdale, Micah Tuten, Katelynn Wood Prescott, Amy: Bailee Carrasco, Erica Carver, Lauren Cox, Logan Crews, Audrey England, Darin Etchison, III Dalon Galloway, Corey Grant, Conner Gray, Cooper Gris, Emma Harrell, Kristen Heim, Carlos Jeerson, Ben Johnson, Brent Jordan, Bailey Merrett, Kellan Merritt, Shidiamon Moring, Diane Morris, Cameron Sharp, Cole Taylor, Iyaa Tisdale Read, John: Noah Duren, Preston Griggs, Amari Myers, Nicholas Winston Rodgers, Angela: Harper Archambault, Conner Brassart, Lainna Burnett, William Canaday, Addison Coleman, Zaria Cooper, Chase Crews, Mitchell Doyle, Devin Gill, An drew Grady, Colton Herb, Jacob Jensen, Cassidy Kittrell, Cody Lawson, David Mckire, Erika Mixon, Isabella Mosley, Mackenzie Norrell, Fed Privett, Jacob Raulerson, Kaylee Rogers, Kaiden Sherman Sapp, Suzanne: Memona Arshad-Butt, Mattie Ball, Molly Barlow, Doc Digsby, Emily Grin, Ashlyn Gunter, Timothy Hance, Jalynn Harvey, Caleb Hodges, Jewel Kreutz, Kimberly Lepper, Nikky Martin, Nicholas Mercorella, Ethan Reneau, Jordan Shepperson, Chase Smith, Justin Smith, Jadyn Starling, Chloe Stephenson, Easton Stevens, Jada Touchton, Coby Wilkerson Sowell, Jana: Jeremiah Bassile, Taryn Bolt, Jaylynn Brogdon, Andrea Cases Mattei, Deheaven Clark, Kyleigh Crews, Stacee Duey, Mariyah Graham, Alara Hale, Brook lynn Hawthorne, Ansley Hodges, Braeden Lancley, James Lewis, Justin Matelsky, Wyatt Moore, Caitlin Nelson, Breanna Rhoden, Kayleigh Rothfeldt, Chelsea Spires, Daiten Swindell, Leopold Zarrella, Channing Zellner Touchton, Anna: April Allgeyer, Jalea Baez, Chloe Baldwyn, Damon Barnauskas, Trinity Carter, Brady Chaunc ey, Juliana Fanton, Nicholas Foley, Jolynn Gochenour, Prophet Jeerson, Madison Leslie, Kasey Manley, Brooke Mosley, Rheagan Patterson, Trinity Pickett, Jayson Pow ers, Austin Rigdon, Destiny Ruise, Martez Ruise, Shakoya Tisdale, Joesph Wilkerson, Faith Yale Worthington, Tiany: Logan Andrews, Nadia Burnsed, Colton Clardy, Gaberiel Danko, Zaccaria Francis, Charles Hawthorne Iv, Yolanda Johnson, Jamil Jones, Rylan King, Daisy Lauramore, Jessica Newmans, Jerey Perryman, Caleb Repta, Hannah Rhoden, Jeremiah Robinson, Savan nah Rogers, Dallas Street, Hance Sweat III Haley Swindell, Carlie Tetstone, Shawnaisha Thomas, Kayleigh Wasson
Page 10 | T B C P | Back2School | July 31, 2014Volunteer ApplicationsAll individuals who plan to volunteer in a classroom setting or participate in eld trips must complete a Volunteer Application. The applications are available at each school site and should be submitted as soon as possible to the school that you plan to be most active in during the upcoming year. If you have students in multiple schools, only one application should be completed. The deadline for accepting volunteer application is Friday, October 31, 2014.Cell PhonesUse of a cell phone, in any manner, during school hours without permission from proper authority is prohibited. Cell phones must be turned o and kept out of sight until after the school day has ended. Cell phones and other electronic devices may be taken and parents may be required to come to school for retrieval if policy is not followed. Students are re sponsible for safeguarding their personal belongings, including cell phones. The school, nor district will be responsible for restricted items if they are brought to school. Additional discipline procedures may occur from misuse of cell phones during school hours.Yellow Card PasswordThe safety of your child is our number one priority in the Baker County School System. In an eort to ensure your childs well-being, you will see an entry on the STUDENT INFORMATION CARD. All parents must select a secret password to be used for their child when making phone calls to school regarding student travel, bus changes, last minute messages, etc. This password will help insure we are receiving correct information from the individual on the telephone, which will keep your child safer. This secret password will be stored at the school on the students yellow card in the front oce and will be required each time a parent calls to deliver messages to their child.Please be aware that any request regarding your child over the phone will not be honored without this secret password. 1159 S. 6th St., Macclenny259-7800open Mon.-Fri. 8:30-6, Sat. 10-4GREAT DEALS ON YOUR BACK TO SCHOOL NEEDS!Musical Instruments, Laptops, Tablets, Calculators, Desktops, & More! All Instruments 20% OFF Florida Department of Health Baker County Health Department will be holding two evening clinics to provideSHOTS & PHYSICALSfor school, sports, daycare, etc.TUESDAY, AUGUST 12TH 5-8PM THURSDAY, AUGUST 14TH 4-8PMAppointments are encouraged. Call (904) 259-6291 | 480 W. Lowder St. Baker County Baker County PreK/K Center 2014-15 Breakfast in the Classroom MENU
July 31, 2014 | T B C P | Back2School | Page 11 We have the perfect place at a great price for your wedding or reception. A large, beautiful pavilion and outdoor area for both your ceremony and reception, plus a cozy cabin for your honeymoon. We offer custom rental packages that include everything you need to make your special event. 73 Hwy 121 St. George, GA 31562 www.thecypresslanding.com rfrrntbrrr nfnr Promoting PAULA Leadership Experience Commitment Parent Involvement Community Involvement Excellence 34 years of continuous service to the Baker County School system 13 years as a teacher:Westside Elementary Baker County Middle School Baker County High School21 years as an educational leader:Baker County Middle School Assistant Principal Baker County High School Dean of Students District Community Education Coordinator Superintendent of Schools The issues of funding for education, growth, safe schools, and state and federal mandates demand an experienced school board member. I offer a proven record as a dedicated professional educator in Baker County. As your School Board Member District 3, I will dence in our school system. I believe, with parent participation and community involvement, we can continue to offer quality educational experi ences for all of your children.Paid by Paula T. Barton for School Board BASIC SUPPLY LIST FOR PREK, KINDERGARTEN & ELEMENTARY SCHOOLSPREK : Glue Sticks Box of Tissues Clorox Wipes Backpack KINDERGARTEN : Backpack 4 pks. crayons 4 bottles Elmers white Glue 1 pair scissors 2 spiral notebooks 1 pencil box 1 container Clorox wipes 2 packs pencils 1 pack posit-it notes 1 pack dry erase markers 1 pack index cards 2 packs washable markers 2 folders with pock ets Girls: box of Ziploc bags Boys: Box of tissuesFIRST GRADE: 4 24 pk. crayons 1 pk dry erase markers 96 yellow #2 pencils Scissors 1 pack erasers 2 packs glue sticks 2 bottles glue 1 plastic folder with pockets/prongs 3 solid colored widerule notebooks 1 pencil box Backpack School planner (pur chase at MES) 1 box tissues SECOND GRADE: 62 pocket folders/ prongs (1 ea. red, purple, yellow, orange, green & blue) 2 24 pk. crayons Ruler (inches/cm) Highlighter Glue or glue sticks 1 pk. dry erase mark ers 1 pk. wide ruled paper 1 composition book 3 pk. #2 yellow pencils Scissors Pencil box 3x3 post-it notes tissues 1 wide rule spiral notebook THIRD GRADE: 1 pk. wide-ruled paper 1 pk. colored pencils and/or crayons 2 pk. yellow #2 pencils 5 folders (pockets/ prongs) Scissors 2 composition books Glue and/or glue sticks FIRST GRADE: Pencil box 4pocket/prong folders (any color) Lg. pack #2 pencils 1 pk. pink erasers 4 spiral notebooks 1 pk. notebook paper 4 boxes. crayons Dry erase marker (eraser helpful) 1 bottle glue Gln. or qt. Ziploc bags Hand sanitizer Box of tissues School planner (pur chase at WES) SECOND GRADE: Pencil box 48 #2 wooden pencils 2 pk. cap erasers 1 pk. wide-ruled paper 8 glue sticks 2 bx. crayons 70 pg. spiral wideruled notebook 2 red pocket folders 2 blue pocket folders 2 boxes tissues 2 black dry eraser markers Gln. or qt. Ziploc bags Clorox wipes Hand sanitizer School planner (pur chase at WES) THIRD GRADE: 48 #2 pencils 2100 ct. wide-rule notebook paper 1 box 24 ct. crayons 1 pk. cap erasers 1 box tissues 1 pk. cleaning wipes 1 pk. dry eraser mark ers School plannerBaker County PreK/K Center Macclenny Elementary Westside ElementaryAll supply list can be downloaded at www.bakercountypress.comList also available for Keller Intermediate and Baker County Middle School online!Individual teachers may require additional supplies.Planners required at all schools and can be purchased during open houses.
Page 12 | T B C P | Back2School | July 31, 2014 Baker County Middle School904-259-2226 Home of the Bobcats201415 HOMEROOMSSIXTH GRADE Bldg/Room Student Last Names Armstrong, A ..... 1/114 . . . . . . . . . . A-Belford Combs, D ......... 1/111 ..................... Bell-Byrd Crummey K ..... 1/117 ................ Cabral-Collins Dugger, C ........ 1/113 .................. Combs-Cruz Dunn, A . . . . . 15/204 ................. Curry-Farmer Dyal, K ........... 1/005 .............. Ferguson-Green Harrison, M ....... 1/110 ............... Gregory-Harris Harvey, T ......... 1/108 ................. Hart-Howard Mccullough, C .... 15/205 ................ Howell-Jordan Mobley, L ......... 15/207 .................. Joyner-Long Parker, J . . . . . 1/112 ............ Looney-Meadows Piersall, P ......... 1/116 ............... Merkle-Owens Raulerson, W ..... 15/209 .............. Padgett-Robson Rhoden, T ........ 15/203 .................. Roll-Slattery Staier, B .......... 15/206 ............... Sluski-Tetstone Wilford, K ......... 15/201 ............... Thigpen-Weeks Woods, A ......... 1/115 ...................... White-ZSEVENTH GRADE Bldg/Room Student Last Names Auger, K .......... 99/236 ..................... A-Barber Bryant, H ......... 20/109 ............... Barton-Bledsoe Bullard, S ......... 20/103 ............. Blowers-Canaday Callahan, A ....... 1/101 ................ Canty-Combs Carrington, D ..... 99/240 ................. Cook-Daniels Charboneau, V ... 20/105 ................... Davis-Dyal Davis, J ........... 1/106 ................ Echols-Folsom Dodson, K ........ 1/105 .................. Foster-Gray Gregory, S ........ 20/101 ................... Green-Hall Harrell, P ......... 20/106 ............... Hardin-Hodges Hawkins, C ....... 20/108 .............. Holland-Jeries Hodges, L ........ 1/104 ................ Jewell-Jordan Meister, K ........ 15/210 ............. Kazmierczak-Lee Melvin, A ......... 99/238 .............. Leslie-McDowell Norman, A ....... 20/102 ............. McIntyre-Mosley Rhoden, J ........ 1/103 .......... Mulkey-Pennington Robinson, M ...... 99/234 ........... Phillips-Richardson Smart, S .......... 20/110 ........ Richerson-Schoolcraft Sweat, M ......... 99/221 ................... Self-Stokes Taylor, K .......... 20/104 .............. Strickland-Thrift Williams, B ....... 15/208 ............... Tillis-Wilkerson Yarborough, K .... 1/207 ..................... Wilkes-ZEIGHTH GRADE Bldg/Room Student Last Names Braddy, L ......... 99/223 ..................... A-Beaver Combs, G ......... 20/208 ............... Bennett-Burger Davis, B .......... 20/211 ............. Burnett-Chancey Dowling, E ....... 99/244 ........... Chisholm-Crawford Gonzalez, A ...... 20/202 ............... Crews-Dawson Kittrell, J .......... 20/203 ................ Flanders-Gray Long, M .......... 20/205 ................. Green-Harris Mahon, S ......... 20/212 .................. Hartley-Holt Miller, L .......... 5/001 ................. Holton-Jones Rhoden, A ........ 20/210 .............. Jordan-Lapointe Richardson, J ..... 20/204 ............. Latimer-McDue Richerson, K ...... 20/107 ................ McGee-Moore Schutt, V ......... 99/242 .............. Moreeld-Perez Sneeringer, M .... 20/112 ............ Peterson-Register TBA .............. 20/207 .......... Rhoden-Shackelton Walden, L ........ 20/206 .............. Sharpe-Swindell Williams, C ....... 20/201 ............... Tanner-Vickers Willoughby, J ..... 20/209 ..................... Walker-Z Baker County High School904-259-6286 Home of the Wildcats The principals, faculty and sta of Baker County High School would like to take this opportunity to welcome back all of our returning students this fall. We send a special welcome to the incoming freshmen, the Class of 2018. To facilitate the beginning of the academic school year we would like to share the following information:STUDENT SCHEDULESStudent class schedules for the 2014-2015 school year should be available, beginning August 4th, to be picked up by students or parents at the high school front oce. The oce is open 7:00 am 4:30 pm Monday-Thursday. Planners All students must have a BCHS planner as part of their school supplies. The planner contains helpful information for parents as well as students. Planners will be available in the cafeteria for $5.00 during open house. Planners are also available for purchase from the front oce. Summer Reading All students are expected to complete their summer reading before school starts. Please refer to the schools website, http://bchs.baker.k12..us/, for more information related to summer reading. 9th Grade English 1 Students will read books with a minimum 4.0 ATOS level and 8 AR points total. English 1 Honors Students will read A Dogs Purpose by Bruce Cameron. 10th Grade English 2 Students will read books with a minimum 4.5 ATOS level and 8 AR points total. English 2 Honors Students will read Alas, Babylon, by Pat Frank. 11th Grade English 3 Students will read books with a minimum 5.0 ATOS level and 10 AR points total. English 3 Honors Students will read How to Read a Novel Like a Professor by Thomas C. Foster. 12th Grade English 4 Students will read books with a minimum 5.0 ATOS level and 10 AR points total. English 4 Honors Students will read How to Read Literature Like a Professor by Thomas C. Foster.Bell Schedule1st Period 7:30-8:20 2nd Period 8:25-9:15 3rd Period 9:20-10:10 4th Period 10:15-11:05 5th Period 11:10-12:35 A Lunch 11:05-11:35 B Lunch 11:35-12:05 C Lunch 12:05-12:35 6th Period 12:40-1:30 7th Period 1:35-2:25 On early dismissal days, car riders and drivers will be dismissed at 11:50 and bus students will be released at 12:20. Attendance Policy Good attendance is vital to academic success. Students whose unexcused absences exceed 9 days per semester in a class will not receive credit for that class. Class Work Make Up Policy It is the students responsibility to initiate the process of making up missed class work. Students will be given one day for each day of excused absence to complete all assignments missed. The rst day upon returning to school will not count as one of those days except for pre-announced exams or projects. Tardy Policy Students are expected to arrive at school and to each class on time. Students arriving late to school must report to the front oce and receive a tardy slip before going to tardy class. BCHS will continue to utilize a tardy class procedure during the 2014-2015 school year. School Advisory Council The School Advisory Council is an important committee at Baker County High School. We invite all interested parents and community members to attend our rst meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, September 8, 2014. We will meet in the BCHS Media Center. If you have any questions about BCHS School Advisory Council, please call 259-6286.
July 31, 2014 | T B C P | Back2School | Page 13 Baker County School District announced an amendment to its policy for serving meals to students under the National School Lunch/School Breakfast Programs for the 2014-15 school year. All students will be served lunch/breakfast at no charge at the following site:WESTSIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLFor additional information please contact Cathy Golon, Director of Nutrition Services: 259-4330 YEARLY BREAKFAST/LUNCH MENUfor Baker County Schools PreK-8th Grade Check your childs lunch money account and rell it online at myLunchMoney.com
July 31, 2014 | T B C P | Back2School | Page 14 YEARLY BREAKFAST/LUNCH MENUfor Baker County High School Check your childs lunch money account and rell it online at myLunchMoney.com
Page 15 | T B C P | Back2School | July 31, 2014 BAKER COUNTY SCHOOL BUS ROUTESBaker County School Transportation Department 904-259-2444 ELEMENTARY ROUTES K5Bus Time Description2800 RIVER HILLS & UGA LANE 802 RIVER HILLS & RIVER WAY 803 RIVER BEND & RIVESIDE LANE 805 6317 CR 23D 806 CR 23D & BURNETT LN 806 CR 23D & WEBB HAVEN 807 CR 23C & STONE 808 DURLAND ROAD 808 CR 23C & IRENE YARBO 809 JAMES BRITT @ THE END 809 JAMES BRITT& GALLUP 810 JESSIE YARB& GRANNIE 811 TIM RHODEN @ 2ND DR 811 TIM RHODEN @ THE END 812 ODE YARB & WILDCAT 812 ODE YARB & CAISSONS 813 EVERGREEN & ODE YARBOROUG 814 EVERGREEN & SMOOTHBORE 815 6986 SMOOTHBORE 815 7206 SMOOTHBORE 817 PARROTT RIF@SMOOTHBO 818 PARROTT RIF&ODE YARB 820 YELLOW PINE @ BOB BURNSED 821 8184 YELLOW PINE 822 7746 YELLOW PINE 3748 SR 228 & RICHARD GRIFFIS 755 DEERFIELD & RAFUSE 756 DEERFIELD & PLEASANT 757 4041 DEERFIELD CIRCLE 758 DEERFIELD & W SOUTHWOOD 800 4515 DEERFIELD 801 DEERFIELD & E SOUTHWOOD 804 HONEY WILKERSON & ORANGE 814 END OF PETE JOHNSON 815 CANAL & BARBER CIRCLE 816 4158 WOLFE DRIVE 817 9640 BARBER LOOP 818 9808 BARBER LOOP 822 COLLEGE & FLORIDA 823 MCIVER & 4TH 825 MICHIGAN & 4TH4800 6138 RAY PHILLIPS 805 6510 RAY PHILLIPS 807 6417 CW WEBB 809 WHITE TRAILOR ON PERSIMMON 810 PERSIMMON ST 811 BLACK JACK 813 6326 C W WEBB 814 9432 CEDAR RD 816 6183 CW WEBB RD 817 5616 CHERRYTREE AVE 819 BIB OAK APPTS ( BY DUMPSTERS) 820 5865 CHARLIE ROWE DR 821 MYRNA ST & CHARLIE ROWE 823 GRIFFIN COURT & LOWDER ST 825 BAKER MANOR APPTS 827 FINLEY DR 830 ABC LEARNING CENTER5802 5 CHURCH @ END 803 5 CHURCH & LANE 804 5 CHURCH @1 DR >PAVE 805 5 CHURCH & CLAYTON 806 5 CHURCH & CALIFORN 807 5 CHURCH & FAITH TEM 808 5 CHURCH & NANCY WIL 809 5 CH @ DRIVE W/ WHITE FENCE 811 FIVE CHURCHES @ CR127 811 CR 127 & DOLPHIN 6805 10692 BERTH MAE HARRIS 806 10408 BERTH MAE HARRIS 810 19818 CREWS RD 810 19815 CREWS RD 811 19760 CREWS RD 812 19674 CREWS RD 813 CREWS & HOLLIE 814 CREWS & QUIET WOODS 815 19452 CREWS RD 816 CREWS & OAK HILL 817 19080 CREWS RD 818 19008 CREWS RD 819 CREWS & GODBOLD 820 18705 CREWS RD 821 CREWS & WRIGHT LN 822 18252 CREWS RD 823 CREWS RD @ RIVERBEND 824 17830 CREWS 825 CREWS& TIMBERTRACE 826 WOODROW RAULERSON @ ESTERLING 827 CREWS RD @ OAKWOOD TERRACE 828 16875 CREWS 829 16745 CREWS9800 4778 ESTATE ST 801 8674 PINE AVE 803 4360 RAINTREE DRIVE 804 4120 LIVE OAK DR 805 4102 BIRCH ST 808 8477 BIRCH ST 810 FISCUS ST & DOGWOOD ST 811 4656 DOGWOOD ST 814 4154 DOGWOOD ST 815 4106 DOGWOOD ST 816 4244 HICKORY ST 817 4355 HICKORY ST 818 4476 HICKORY ST 820 PINE & HICKORY 821 4657 MAPLE ST 816 4710 MAPLE ST 822 4566 OAK ST 824 ESTATE ST & POPLAR ST 825 4809 ESTATE ST 826 8391 BROWN RD 827 4923 JEFF STARLING10728 CR 229 & COUNTRY ESTATES 730 ERNIE BRYANT 1ST DRIVEWAY ON LEFT 733 1459 PINE RIDGE DR 736 1096 THORNTON RD 737 BOYCE RD 2ND DRIVEWAY ON LEFT 740 BOYCE RD 2ND DRIVEWAY ON LEFT 744 14077 PECAN CIRCLE 748 1692 BELMONT SMITH & CLARENCE DOBBS 749 14439 CLARENCE DOBBS RD 750 14465 CLARENCE DOBBS RD 753 1951 CR 229 SOUTH 755 1971 CR 229 SOUTH 756 13897 SAPP RD 758 13501 SUNCREST LN 759 13518 SWINDELL DR 802 3714 LEX JONES RD 803 12292 CLETE HARVEY RD 806 12242 CLETE HARVEY RD 808 11880 CLETE HARVEY RD 810 11774 CLETE HARVEY RD 812 11718 CLETE HARVEY RD 3487 CLIFFRD DUGGER RD 10368 CLETE HARVEY RD 10467 CLETE HARVEY RD 10172 BRANNEN LANE BRIARBUSH LN & LE HARVEY RD GALLBERRY LN & LE HARVEY RD 11810 49 N CR 23 A 815 CR 23A & CHIPSHOT 817 CR 23A & CONSTITUTION 818 555 N CR 23 A 819 COPPERFIELD & COPPER COURT 820 1138 COPPERFIELD 821 COPPERFIELD & COPPER CREEK 822 1279 COPPER CREEK 823 COPPER CREEK & COPPER GATE 824 12325 CR 23 A 825 CR 23 A & DAISY LN 826 5984 LAURAMORE RD 827 5790 LAURAMORE RD 828 TOM WILKERSON & HUCKLEBERRY 829 11899 TOM WILKERSON 830 11829 TOM WILKERSON 832 11710 FAYE RD 833 11748 FAYE RD 834 11886 FAYE RD 835 FAYE RD & VIOLET LN 836 5214 VIOLET LN14806 14005 CR 124 807 13254 CR 124 808 12102 LEON DOPSON 810 11928 LEON DOPSON 814 15311 CR124 816 CR 229 & VERDIE DORMAN 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13459 CR 127 805 TURNER CEM®ISTER 807 CR 127& WILL GRIFFIS 809 CR 127 & NATALIE LN 810 CR 127 & KATIE JOHN 812 10545 CR 127 813 10451 CR 127 814 CR 127 & RUSH 815 CR 127 & A M PAIGE 816 CR 127 & IVORY WILLIAMS 817 CR 127 819 CR 127 & ABERNATHY NORTH 822 CR 127 & SANDERSON CIRCLE N 824 CR 127 & BEECH 17755 8710 ODIS YARBROUGH RD 800 14300 HUNTERS RIDGE W 802 13929 GLEN FARM DR 802 7693 ODIS YARBOROUGH RD 803 7559 ODIS YARBOROUGH RD 805 BOB BURNSED & BIG BEAR 806 BOB BURNSED & COTTON TAIL 807 7514 OAK RIDGE LOOP 808 7036 OAK RIDGE LOOP 809 OAK RIDGE DR & OAK RIDGE WAY 810 13108 OAKRIDGE DR 811 13123 BOB BURNSED RD 815 11505 PINE RIDGE LOOP RD 816 11545 PINE RIDGE LOOP 817 PARK & CONFEDERATE DR 818 11410 S CONFEDERATE DR 819 11519 S CONFEDERATE DR 820 11567 E CONFEDERATE DR 821 11841 E CONFEDERATE 822 12449 W CONFEDERATE DR 823 RUFUS POWERS & LISA18740 SR 121 @ BUCK ROWE 740 9196 S SR 121 740 9146 S SR 121 741 SR 121 @ PINE OAK MH 745 SR 121 S @ BOBBY SAPP 745 7480 SR 121 S 749 8035 EDNA MANNING 751 8652 SHIRLEY RD 751 8733 SHIRLEY RD 755 2426 SR 121 S 758 TURN AROUND @ SAPP CROSSING 805 6771 SR 121 S 807 7107 SR 121 S 807 7309 SR 121 S 810 SR 121 @ RAIFORD RD CHURCH 811 SR 121 @ SYVESTER MANNING 812 GEORGE HODGES @ ANNA BELL 815 GEORGE HODGES @ S CURVE 816 GEORGE HODGES @ ASPEN 817 WILLOW @ MAILBOXES 817 WILLOW @ SUTTON MAILBOX 819 9226 ASPEN 820 CAMPHOR @ CHESTNUT 824 6480 CHESTNUT 827 5818 CAMPHOR 831 WILLIS HODGES @ BRENT LN 832 WILLIS HODGES @ TURN AROUND 834 156 RHODEN 836 CARY BARBER @ ELENE 836 CARY BARBER @ DOUGLAS 838 347 BARBER RD 840 BARBER RD @ RHODENS TRAILOR
July 31, 2014 | T B C P | Back2School | Page 16 22715 11040 FREDRICK RAULERSON RD 720 11027 PINE LEVEL CHURCH RD 726 27464 CR 127 728 MOCCASIN CREEK (OPEN) 730 27451 PARADISE LN 734 27335 CR 127 735 27290 CR 127 738 25905 CR 127 739 10388 CHARLES PLACE & CR 127 740 25580 CR 127 742 HASSIE JOHNS 743 23726 HASSIE JOHNS RD 745 23528 HASSIE JOHNS RD 747 23249 HASSIE JOHNS RD 748 CR 120 & HASSIE JOHNS RD 749 10101 CR 120 750 10371 CR 120 750 10399 CR 120 752 22167 N CARL BROWN RD 754 S CARL BROWN & SEMINOLE RD 755 S CARL BROWN & CHEROKEE 759 11331 PENDER RAULERSON RD 803 HIDEAWAY FARMS LN & CR 127 805 ALTMANS WAY & CR 127 807 19485 CR 12724755 7059 BOBBY SAPP RD 756 7352 BOBBY SAPP 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 7722 OLD NURSERY 810 7626 OLD NURSERY RD 810 OLD NURSERY @ NEXT DRIVE 811 7793 PLANTATION RD 812 7861 CR 125 & SOUTH ST NURS 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 8080 STEWART RD 824 WILLIE WILKERSON 825 WOODLAWN & IVEY HODGES25804 13657 CEDAR CREEK DR 805 13767 CEDAR CREEK DR 806 13813 CEDAR CREEK DR 807 13827 CEDAR CREEK DR 809 14164 JOHN WILLIAMS RD 810 JOHN WILLIAMS RD @ WILBURNS WAY 811 JOHN WILLIAMS @ JONNY HARVEY RD 812 13716 JOHN WILLIAMS RD 813 13658 JOHN WILLIAMS RD 814 13616 FRED HARVEY RD 814 13548 FRED HARVEY RD 815 13489 FRED HARVEY RD 815 FRED HARVEY @ DA BEASLEY DR 816 13325 FRED HARVEY RD 817 FRED HARVEY RD @ SHADY PINE 818 11977 FRED HARVEY @ PRINGLE 819 11930 FRED HARVEY 820 11569 COWPEN RD 820 12322 COWPEN RD 821 12841 COWPEN 825 11461 COWPEN RD 826 11389 COWPEN RD 827 COWPEN & FOLSOM 829 10698 KING RUISE RD 832 10141 COWPEN RD26810 TURNER CEM & CUYLER 810 17093 TURNER CEM 812 TURNER CEM & HOLL RHODEN RD 815 11368 CLARENCE BENNETT RD 817 TOMMY RD & KENNETH WALKER 821 AARON FISH & CR 125 822 WASSIE FISH & CR 125 824 SMALL BRANCH & CR 125 826 17488 N CR 125 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