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Thursday, June 5, 2008


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9:30-11:30 a.m.
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open at 6 p.m., and graduate,
report to the gymnasium by 6:3
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In the event of rain, the graduation
ceremony will be moved to the high
school auditorium. If this happens, only
four guest passes will be given to each
senior due to seating availability.


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Administrative


changes for


schools announced


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The new slate of public school
administrators has been-approved by
the school board, and while there
isn't a lot of change going into the
next school year, there are a couple
of notable differences.
Superintendent of Schools
Harry Hatcher, who made the
recommendations for the new
appointments to the board, said
budgetary and other concerns played
a role in his decisions, including the
untimely death of Becky Reddish,
the district's director of human
resources.
Although the human resources
position was new to the district this
year, Hatcher said it's an important
one because it's one of the first
encounters new personnel have with
the district.
Stepping into that role soon will
be Bradford High School Principal
Randy Whytsell, who Hatcher said
has a heart and compassion for people
that make him the ideal selection,
"His ability to interact with
people and to hear people and to be
compassionate to their needs is going
to be a real, real plus to our district:'


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Not everyone will vote in the August primary


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Not everyone will be able to vote
in the primary election scheduled for
Tuesday, Aug. 26, a fact Supervisor
of Elections Terry Vaughan says is
confusing to a lot of people.
"With the Aug. 26 primary
looming, voters should be aware of
how their choice of party affiliation,
or lack thereof, can determine the
type of ballot they will receive at
their polling location," Vaughan
said. "While election administrators
encourage voters to choose to register
as they please, they also hope that
voters will make informed decisions
as to avoid confusion on primary
election day."
A primary is essentially a
nominating election. In a primary,
voters of political parties select which
candidates will appear on a ballot in
an upcoming election.
Open primaries allow voters to


vote in any party primary, regardless
of their own party affiliation. Florida,
however, is a closed primary state.
That means in partisan races, you
must be a member of a political party
to vote in that party's primary.
"The primary election is the
vehicle that political parties utilize
to nominate their candidates for the
November general election," Vaughan
said. "In a nutshell, this means that
voters who are affiliated with the
Democratic Party will be typically
issued a ballot with only Democrat
candidates listed, and likewise for
Republican voters."
The elections supervisor noted
that changes in the law now allow
candidates with opposition in minor
parties access to the ballot, but that is
still a rare occurrence.
More widespread, he said, is
the misconception that choosing
to register with no party affiliation
See VOTE, p. 6A


BC has some crowded races


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

With many contested races
announced, 2008 is shaping up to be
an active political year for Bradford
County.
With five candidates, the race for
superintendent of Bradford County
schools is the most crowded. Three
Republicans--Linda Sheffield, Beth
Moore and Evelyn Chastain-are
vying for the Republican nomination,
while Rellen Clark has entered
the race with Jim Biggs to be the
Democrats candidate in November.
The primary to decide which
candidates will make it to the general
election ballot will be held Tuesday,
Aug. 26.
Those parties will also be selecting
their candidates for sheriff on that


date. On the -Republican .side is
Mike Juliano and David Barnes.
A third Republican candidate,
J.J. Etheridge, has left the race,
according to Supervisor of Elections
.Terry Vaughan. Randall Zipperer
and Gordon Smith are seeking the
Democrat's nominatioh.-
With Bob Milner retiring from
the position, the sheriff's office is
the only constitutional office with
multiple candidates. Incumbents for
the offices of supervisor of elections,
clerk of court, property appraiser and
tax collector are unopposed.
SNot so when it comes to the
three county commission seats up
for election. John Cooper will not
seek reelection in District 3, but
incumbents Ross Chandler in District
1 and Eddie Lewis in District 5
See RACES, p. 6A


Hatcher said.
He also pointed out that Whytsell
has a wide range of experience that
incorporates the.elementary and high
school levels, which will help as he
recruits educators with the credentials
needed to teach in the district.
Taking Whytsell's place as principal
at the high school will be Lisa
Graham, who has spent the last five
years as principal at the Renaissance
Center and is also a school board
member in Clay County.
"There's no doubt that this will
be a challenge, but I'm committed
to helping Bradford High School
students achieve their fullest
potential," Graham said. "I look
forward to working with the faculty
to raise test scores, and to increase
college acceptance letters, scholarship
awards and our graduation rate."
Graham said she feels everyone
has a purpose in,life, and working
with students makes her life more
meaningful.
"I believe education is not just
filling a pail, it's lighting a fire," she
said.
Although excited about the move
to BHS, it is a little bittersweet
because she has enjoyed being at
See SCHOOLS, p. 2A



Church

license

revoked for

gambling'

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Starke City Commissioners upheld
the decision of City Clerk Linda
Johns to revoke an occupational
license for Nature Coast Universal
Life Church because gambling-or
at least something akin to it-was
allegedly taking place there.
Johns issued the license in April
after being told by a \ volunteer for the
church that the purpose for opening
up at the South Walnut Street
location was to hold nonprofit church
fundraising activities, bazaars and
sales, and social activity meetings.
Not long after that, she was
informed games of chance were being
played and people were walking away
with cash prizes-a no-no according
to city ordinance and state statute. As
a result of the investigation, Police
Chief Gordon Smith ordered the
facility closed and John revoked the
church's occupational license.
While adult amusement arcade
centers are allowed, Starke limits
both the types of prizes that can be
awarded as well as the number of
such amusement centers that can be
operated in the city limits at any
one time. The state also has'specific
regulations that prohibit gambling
houses.
Church volunteer James Noble,
represented by attorney Peyton
Hyslop of Brooksville, attempted to
appeal the license revocation Monday
night. They said the operation
benefited charities, including
children's charities like the Eighth
Judicial-Circuit's Guardian ad Litem
program.
It does so, they claimed, through
the sale of phone cards and not
through the sale of chances to play
one of the many computerized games
in the facility. Credits are awarded as
a promotional bonus for purchasing a
phone card, they said.
Investigator James Hooper detailed
his single visit to the operation, which
was doing business as Breakaway
Starke Sweepstakes Center.
See GAMBLE, p. 3A


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Page 2A TELEGRAPH June 5, 2008


Correction
(Captions for photographs
printed in last week's edition
s\\ capped the names of
firefighters Lonnic Olive and.
Ernic Williams. We apologize
for the error.


Camp Cherry
Lake offers
4-H-style fun
Time's running out to get
your place reserved for 4-H
Camp Cherry Lake, taking
place July 7-11.
Youth ages 8-13 can spend
a fun and educational week in
S..a safe outdoor environment.
Youth will learn about the
environment while they make
new friends and develop great
skills like independence,
responsibility and teamwork.
The camp fee is only $165
for prospective 4-H'ers and
$J100 for 4-H members. This
is a five-day week including
transportation, food, lodging
and fun.
Florida 4-H provides
nine screened trained camp
professionals on site with
certified lifeguards. Bradford
County 4-H provides a
contracted school bus to
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certified teen camp counselors,
adult staff and screened trained
volunteers.
Camp is filing fast so call
(904) 966-6224 today to get
more information and sign up.


Join VFW for

Commander's
Night
VFW Post 1016 of Starke
invites veterans in the-area to
a night of food, music, and
conversation tonight, Thursday,
June 5, at 6 p.m. Chili, hot
dogs and other snacks will be
served.
The VFW Post is located at
250 N. Bay St. in Starke.


Fun day
planned
at Thomas

--- Street Park
A day of fellowship, food and
fun is planned for the Starke
S.--. community on Saturday, June
7, from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. at
the Thomas Street Park.
There will be a clothing
giveaway and a free lunch
will be served from 11:30 a.m.
until 1 p.m., while food lasts.
Health information and free
HIV testing will be available
as well.
Come and enjoy an old-
fashioned good time. Please
contact A Loving Spoonful at
als4u@yahoo.com for more
information on how you can
help.


VFW

breakfast

planned to

raise funds
Grits, eggs, biscuits, sausage
and sausage gravy, juice and
coffee for only $4? That's
the breakfast menu for the
fundraiser being planned by
VFW Post 1016 for Saturday,
June 7.
The event will help raise
funds for upcoming veteran-,
youth-; and community-based
programs.
Advanced tickets are
available from VFW members
or by contacting the post
quartermaster at (904)
368-0447. To-go orders are
also available.
The fundraiser will take
place from 6-8 a.m. at the post
home located at the corner of
Bay and Center streets, just one
block from U.S. 301 behind
New Method Cleaners.


BHS offering


FCAT prep

classes
Bradford High School will
offer FCAT prep classes for any
junior or senior who will need
to retake the reading or math
FCAT test. Sessions will run
Monday through Thursdays,
8 a.m. to noon, beginning
Wednesday, June 11, and
ending Thursday, June 26.
Please call (904) 966-6085
for additional information.


County bids fond farewell to beloved fire chief


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

He's a modest man, but the
county couldn't let a volunteer
with more than 30 years of
service figliting fires leave
without acknowledging his
contributions.
In fact,thecounty commission
proclaimed Monday, June 2,
2008, Percy Sullivan Day and
followed up with a gathering
of friends and well-wishers at
Western Steer.
Sullivan, who is retiring after
32 years of firefighting service,
was credited with advancing
the cause of volunteerism,
improving the training and
equipment of the volunteer fire
departments, and even building
a working relationship between
the volunteers and the city of
Starke's career department.
Nelson Green, the EMS
director who, along with
Emergency Management
Director Brian Johns, will be
taken over fire department
administration for the county,
said there was a time when the
relationship between the county
and city fire departments was
nonexistent.
Sullivan worked to change
that, and today there is an
automatic aid agreement
between the departments,Green
said. Starke Fire Chief Tom
Rowe agreed the departments
have come a long way, but
while the legacy of cooperation
will continue, the partnership
with Sullivan will be missed,
he said.


SCHOOLS
Continued from p. 1A

the Renaissance Center, an
alternative school that gives
students with discipline
problems a second chance. She
said the program is structured
and organized, and the parents
of the students have been very
good to work with.
But the move to BHS is,
really a dream fulfillment, since
Graham knew that at some
point in her career she wanted
to be a high school principal.
Hatcher said the district
wanted to fill the high school
principal position internally,
and Graham was at the top
of the list. Her willingness
to. embrace the position and
bring new ideas to the school
is key to why she was selected,
Hatcher said.
"We arTevery excited about
it. She is a very competent
administrator," said Hatcher,
adding that she' had done
a tremendous job at the
Renaissance Center.. "We felt
like her talent and her strengths
could impact more of our
students throughout the district,
and we're really looking for
some great things out of her."
Graham's transfer opens
the chief position at the
Renaissance Center to Jason
Jennings, currently serving as
assistant principal at Lawtey
Community School.


Volunteers are needed at
Windsor Manor Nursing
Home, 602 E. Laura St. in
Starke, to assist in the activities
department. Hours are tracked
and recorded for community
service hours. Applications are


Johns said it would take both
him and Green to try to full
Sullivan's shoes.
"The work you've done
with our volunteers is just
immeasurable," Johns said,
focusing on the area of training.
"We just can't thank you enough
for all that you've done."
D.Z. Griffis said he, Sullivan,
John Wayne Hersey and Joey
Dampier were the founding
members of the Theressa
Volunteer Fire Department.
"Percy's always been there,"
Griffis said. "He's definitely
dedicated, involved, spends
the time it takes and pushes
everybody else to spend the
time."
When it came to the
hazardous business of fighting
fires, Sullivan relied on more
thatjust trucks and hoses. Green
said Sullivan used prayer many
times as well, calling upon a
higher power to intercede for
the safety of the public and the
firefighters in harm's way.
Green and others also
testified to Sullivan's loyalty
as a friend.
"This county will always owe
a debt of gratitude to Percy," he
said.
Sullivan humbly said he
didn't deserve the outpouring
of gratitude, offering it instead
to his fellow firefighters. Their
skill and dedication has won
them respect from agencies
around the state. They do a
fine job, he said, adding that it
speaks highly of the volunteers,
in particular, who more than
once have demonstrated bravery


Jennings spent five years
educating at an alternative
school in Columbus, Ga., so it's
not completely new territory
for him.
"It's a different population,
but I'm excited," Jennings said.
"It's going to be a challenge,
too, because it's a new role."
Jennings knows something
about adapting to new roles,
however. The assistant
principal said spending this
yea 'overseeing students from
Lawtey Community School
who were bused to the Family
Service Center because of
on-campus construction has
given him the opportunity to act
as-everything from secretary to
school nurse.
The budget will be a
continuing trial,as funding cuts
will necessitate cuts in order
to keep the program efficient,
Jennings said.
The Renaissance Center,
albeit small, offers particular
challenges, but Hatcher said
he's confident Jennings will do
a good job.
Budget cuts and the transfer
of the seventh and eighth grades
in Lawtey to the middle school
mean Jennings will not be
replaced at Lawtey Community
School. Like Hampton and
Brooker, there will no longer
be an assistant principal in
Lawtey.
Other changes in the
administrative pool were
handled by combining


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County Commission Chairman Ross Chandler presented a card signed by county
staff and a plaque to Percy Sullivan at Western Steer on Monday. Sullivan is
retiring from his volunteer firefighter duties after 32 years.


even as the flames roared high
above their heads.
Every day, he said, someone
is risking their life for the
county.
Sullivan also thanked EMS
personnel, the city of Starke
and the firefighters from the
Division of Forestry for their
support as well as the county


positions, Hatcher said. With
Carolyn Folsom retiring, the
district is doing away with her
position as director of Title I
and spreading those duties out
among other employees.
Similarly, the retirement
of J.E. Mott as supervisor of
facilities, maintenance and
construction is leading to the
combination of his duties with
those of the supervisor of
transportation, Richard Sapp.
There will no 'longer be two
separate positions.
The MIS director position
is currently open, but will be
filled. Hatcher would only say
that, like all administrators,
Lanier Clyatt was on a yearly
contract with the district and
that contract was not renewed.
Still the position is too
important to abandon, since the
director, in addition to being
in charge of technology, also
generates many reports that are
tied directly to district funding.
The final change to the
administrative slate involves
swapping the assistant principal
at Southside Elementary with
one at the high school. Steve
Hoard w\ill move to Southside
as assistant principal, where he
has prior experience, and Steve
Frandle will take his place
as one of the three assistant
principals at the high school.
No other; changes were
made. Ulysses Woods and
Sandy Tomlinson will stay on
as assistant principals at the


at 501 W. Washington Street.
For information call (904)
966-6878.


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commission, which he called
"the best commission" in his 30
years of service because of the
commissioners' willingness to
look toward the future.
Sullivan said his philosophy
of life is based in scripture.
"Anything you do, you do as
unto 'the Lord, and that's what
I've tried to do throughout my


high school, and Principal Jeff
Cable, with Debbie Parmenter
and Earnest Williams as his
assistant principals, will
continue on at the middle
school. Randy Starling remains
director at the Bradford Union
Area Career Technical Center,
with Chuck Ebert and Glenda
Ruise as coordinators at the
school.
Continuing principals at
Lawtey, Hampton and Brooker
are David Tew, Rick Stephens
,and 'Lynn fel\in Liket~ise.
Christy Reddish ill continue as


life," he said.
County Chairman Ross
Chandler expressed the board's
appreciation for Sullivan and
all of the volunteer firefighters,
saying a dollar figure could
never be placed the work they
do for the county.


principal at Starke Elementary,
and Bill McRae will continue
that role at Southside. Brenda
Donaldson remains assistant
principal at Starke Elementary,
and Cindy DeValerio will
continue to coordinate the
Rainbow Center.
Other continuing
administrators include Julee
Tinsler in finance, Karl
Wendell in ESE, Carol Clyatt
in school improvement and
accountability, Dotty Rondelli
in food services anidLisBa Prevatt
as 'the assistant superintendent.


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GAMBLE
Continued from p. 1A
Responding to questions
asked by both attorneys-,
Noble's and the attorney for
the city, Terry Brown-- Hooper
said he paid $20 and was
given a card loaded with 2,500
"'credits." The first 2,000 were
for the $20 he paid and the
additional 500 were for being a
first-time player.
After using the credits to
play blackjack, Hooper said he
won 2,100 credits, for which he
was paid $21 since every 100
credits was worth $1. He also
left with the card he was given,
and was told it was a phone
card with $20 worth of usable
minutes.
That phone card is what the
appealing side said made what


Firewise
principals can
protect your
home
Florida Agriculture
and Consumer Services
Commissioner Charles H.
Bronson is urging state
residents to take action around
their homes to prevent wildfires
damage.
"There are simple 'Firewise'
principles that everyone can
put into practice immediately
with little or no cost," Bronson
said.
Fire researchers have
demonstrated that even 30 feet
of defensible space around a
home can greatly decrease the
probability of structure damage


the church was doing different
from other adult amusement
arcades. What its customers
were paying for'is the phone
card, not the chance to play
games of chance for money.
According to the appellant,
the games are simply a
mechanism to promote the sale
of the phone cards, a portion of
the proceeds from which goes
to charities supported by the
church.
To drive his point home that
the chance to win money was a
sweepstakes promotion and not
gambling, Hyslop submitted
an empty Diet Pepsi bottle
into evidence along with a
receipt from Walgreens. These
businesses and others, he said,
offer chances to win cash and
prizes as a way to promote
sales.
One of his witnesses, Jason


or loss due to a wildfire.
Little things often cause a
structure to ignite rather than the
major flame front itself. Every
homeowner is urged to review
the National Fire Protection
Association's recommended
standards for people who live
in or near the wildland areas.
The standards can be found
online at www.nfpa.org.
There are three areas around
a home that require attention:
-Roof and gutters. Remove
all dead leaves, pine needles,
small twigs and palm fronds-
anything that can ignite easily
by falling embers.
--Sidesofthehome. Remove
dead vegetation and any
combustibles such as firewood
piles from the sides of the
home.
-Area within 30 feet of the


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Denton of Real Amusements,
the company that manufactures
the games that were being
played, said just as no purchase
is necessary in those contests,
individuals could request free
chances to play the games and
win without purchasing a phone
card.
Noble said the church operates
several such operations in the
state, each offering various
recreational programs and.
attractions, like yoga or Pilates,
craft sales and bingo. Some
serve meals, but all operate on
a nonprofit basis contributing
funds raised to a number of
charities. Surplus phone cards
have even been sent to military
members serving overseas, he
said.
In his closing, Hyslop said
he believed the operation had
been closed for no good reason,


home. Remove dead vegetation,
keep grass cut and watered,
remove any vines stretching
from the wildland to the home
or into trees, prune dead limbs
from trees and bushes.
For more Firewise tips, visit
the Florida Division of Forestry
Web site at www.fl-dof.com.

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although he could understand
the confusion that led to that
action.
In the end, however, the
sweepstakes argument was
not enough to convince the
commission, which voted
unanimously to support the
clerk's decision to revoke the
occupational license.
This isn't the first time
Nature Coast Universal Life
Church "charities" have run
afoul of authorities. According
to articles in the Orlando
Sentinel in 2006, two game
rooms run by the church were
boarded up because of charges
of illegal gambling.
Starke's police chief said
operations like these are
targeting rural communities
more frequently, and there
is a move to address them
legislatively.


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Drill an opportunity to exercise rescue skills


BY ARNIE HARRIS
Telegraph Staff Writer


At 6:20 p.m. in Lawtey on
May 31, sirens screamed and
no less than eight fire trucks
from three fire departments
converged to battle a blaze
and save the lives of three
unaccounted for people,
reported to be inside an old
burning house.
.Upon arrival the firefighters
quickly donned their uniforms,
helmets and smoke masks, and,
pulling a fire hose, entered
the smoke-filled house to find
the three missing persons as
quickly as possible.
At 6:26 p.m., the firefighters
carried out the first victim
from the house who they found
despite the dense, blinding
smoke that filled the house.
Four minutes later, at 6:30
p.mr two more people were
found and carried to safety,
where they were given
immediate medical attention.
Fortunately for all involved,
especially the "victims,"
it was only a fire .drill that
simulated the conditions of a
real emergency as closely as
possible.
The drill's respondents
were the Lawtey Volunteer
Fire Department, the Heilbron
Springs Volunteer Fire
Department and the Starke Fire
Rescue..
The old house, uninhabited
foryears and donated by Lawte.
resident Mickey Moore, had
been filled with fake, harmless
smoke and three volunteers
agreed to serve as the "victims"
whose lives were on the line.
The three were instructed to
go into the house and hide in
plain sight, each inffr6e of the
house's many rooms, whether
upstairs or downstairs.
The fire rescuers had no prior
knowledge of which floors and
rooms they would be found in.
Erika Ellison, one of the
victims said she entered the
house about five minutes before
the drill began and lied on the
ffT~dFi one-of its second-floor
rooms.
PT'he smoke wvas so thick
you couldn't see a thing," said'
Ellison. "Even though it was
fake smoke, it still made me
cough a little and made my
eyes water. And it was so hot
in there."
Ellison had played this role
once before, the last time a drill
was held at the same house a
month ago.
Victim Ginny Warner, who
had also hidden on the second
floor, this was the second time
she had agreed to participate
in this serious game of hide-
and-seek for the firefighters'
benefit.
For first-time victim
Nicole Shields, who chose a
downstairs room to hide in, all


she could say afterward while
hydrating herself with a cold
Gatorade was that it was "hot
and smoky."
To Terry McCarthy and Mike
Brown, fire chiefs for Heilbron
Springs and Lawtey, this was
hardly fun and games.
"We responded to this mock
fire emergency the, same exact
way we would if someone's
family members were really
in a life-threatening situation,
trapped inside."
Brown said that the
firefighters' number one
priority was to rescue people in
jeopardy, and then deal with the
burning house later.
"A house can always be
repaired or replaced, but a
human life cannot," Brown
said.
Naturally, one of Brown
and McCarthy's primary
concerns was the speed with
which the rescue mission was
accomplished, with the latter
holding a stopwatch and
conscientiously fionitoring
how long each aspect of the
rescue took.


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McCarthy was pleased to
report that from the initial
entry of the firefighters into
the house, a mere two minutes
had elapsed before the first
victim was carried out, and
six minutes before the final
two were vacated from the
structure.
That however is not the end
of the event, said McCarthy.
The last step is the personnel
accountable record, in which
all personnel and their
commanders assemble to make
certain that all personnel are
present and none are still inside
the building.
Taking that into account,
the total time elapsed from the
/ arrival of the fire engines until
the conclusion was 14 minutes.
McCarthy said the last drill
a month ago took 20 minutes,
from start to finish, to locate,
and remove safely six victims,
which he said made this exercise
as successful as that one.
McCarthy said that standard
procedure,called the two in,two
out rule, dictates that there be
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ready for action as those inside
(called the rapid intervention
team) in case firemen find
themselves needing to be
rescued themselves.
"We look out for each other
to the same degree that we
are dedicated to rescuing, the
public," McCarthy said.


Next round of power

outages includes

hospital area


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The city of Starke has
announced the next round of
outages in its ongoing electric
upgrade project. They will take
place next week from Tuesday,
June, 10, to Thursday, June 12.
On Tuesday morning,
Thompson Street from Weldon
Street north to Market Road
will be out. That will impact
a large number of businesses
and facilities, including the
FDC building, E&M Medical
Services, the Andrews Street
lift station, Probation and
Parole services, Custom Screen
Enclosures, Powell's Dairy
Freeze, Noegel's Auto Sales,
Roberts Insurance, Ameriprise
Financial, Best Western, A-I
Bail Bonds, AAA Bail Bonds,
Johns, Stephenson and Biery
Court Reporters, Traveler Inn,
Ron Sholes Law Offices, B&B
Auto Sales, Florida Times
Union office, the conference
center, Country Classic Auto
Mart, Bradford Motel and
Trailer Park, Bradford County
Health Department, Santa Fe
Storage, C.J.'s Lawn Care,
Beck Chevrolet, American
Tower Corp., Comcast Cable,
Bradford Rentals, Gracefully
Growing Learning Center,
Pipeline, Denmark Storage,
Kangaroo Express at Market
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The outages for the rest of
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list but take place in the area of
some important facilities.
On Wednesday, Parker Street
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.Finally, on Thursday, the area
around Shands at Starke will be
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on Laura Street from Redgrave
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receives electricity from two
feeds, however, and will not
experience an'outage.
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accomplish these outages in the
morning hours and .personally
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least 24 hours notice.
Arrangements will be made
for those who require electricity
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FFA recognized for forest stewardship


County Forester Nicole Howard (far right) recently presented the Bradford High
School FFA farm with a certification representing its excellent management of
its forest lands. Howard said the Division of Forestry's forestry stewardship
program encourages sustainable practices in forestry that protect trees, wildlife,
water, etc., for future generations. Those who develop and follow a plan toward
that end become certified. According to Howard, of the 18 such programs
operating in the county, the FFA farm is the fifth to be certified. Pictured above
(I-r) John Nicula, Kristen Melton, ag instructor Bobble Acevedo, Megan Miscally
and Howard.

Florida Baptist Convention
and is accredited by the
Commission on Colleges of
the Southern Association of
'- :. Colleges and Schools to offer
associate and baccalaureate
Degrees in the areas of ministry,
*, biblical studies, leadership,
Christian counseling, missions,
S Christian education, elementary
education, music, contemporary
Worship ministry, Christian
S'.' studies,and music education.


Shelby Williams

Williams
graduates
from Baptist

College
Shelby Alyssa Williams
Received a bachelor of arts
in Christian counseling with
Cum Laude honors from The
Baptist College of Florida in
Graice\ lle. I6ecidcnt Thomas
A. Kinchen bestowed degrees
on graduating students during
commencement services held
Friday, May 16.
Williams is the daughter of
Charlie and Janice Williams of
Starke.
She is a 2004 graduate of
:Bradford High School. The
new college graduate is a
member of First Baptist Church
of Chipley,.
SThe Baptist College of
Florida is an agency of the


Ennis
receives
Lila Rae
Yawn
scholarship
Celia Leigh Ennis has been
selected to receive the 2008
Lila Rae Yawn memorial
scholarship.
Celia is a 2008 graduate of
Bradford High.School.
The daughter of Diane
Ennis of Lawtey, Celia plans
to continue her education at
Santa Fe Community College
while working at A&M
Recovery. Future plans include
transferring to a state university
to finish a business degree.
The $500 scholarship is
given each spring to a student
who excels in their studies and
attends SFCC.
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SFCC campus, Lila Rae
Yawn was the contact for
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Past recipients include Kasey
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Wilkinson.

Workshop
offers look at
poverty
The community is invited
to a workshop with consultant
Ruby Payne on addressing the
issue of poverty.
The Framework for
Understanding Poverty
workshop will take place on
Tuesday, June 24, at Starke
Elementary School's cafeteria,
from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
(Lunch will not be provided.)
For more information, call
the district school board office
at (904) 966-6800 or (904)
966-6802 or speak with your
child's principal.


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Lake Area Bible Church,
located on C.R. 214, one mile
off of S.R. 21 between Melrose
and Keystone Heights, would
like to announce that native
Ugandan the Rev. Martin
Ssuna will be ministering
at the church, on Saturday,
June 7, starting at 7 p.m. and
Sunday, June 8, starting at
10:30 a.m. Everyone is invited
to attend.
First Baptist Church in
Sampson City will be hosting
vacation Bible school for
ages preschool to 15 years
on Saturday, June 21. There
will be a ceremony for the
class on Sunday, June 22, and
parents are invited to attend.
There will be a picnic lunch
after the morning services for
everyone.
Lawtey Church of God
will be having their Pastor
Appreciation Day on Sunday,
June 8. Special guest speaker
will be the Rev. David Pleasant
Sr. Service will begin at 10
a.m. with dinner to follow.
Everyone is invited to come.
Evergreen Baptist Church,
located on S.R. 125 in
Lawtey, will host its annual
homecoming celebration on
Sunday, June 1, beginning with
Sunday school at 9:45 a.m. A
special morning worship will
follow at 10:45 a.m. and lunch
will be served at 12:45 p.m.
The Bluegrass Prophets will
bring special music during the
services. Everyone is invited.

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Museum, 201 E. Call St. in
Starke, offers a unique blend
of sophisticated text and
photographs on display panels
and a wealth of exhibits df
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First Baptist Church of
Keystone, located at 550 E.
Walker Drive on S.R: 100,
announces new hours for
services. Sunday school is at
9:15 a.m. and morning worship
will be at 10:30 a.m. The times
of other services remain the
same. For more information,
visit www.fbckeystone.org or
call (352) 473-7201.
Eliam Baptist Church,
located at 6009 N.E. Hampton
St. in Melrose, is hosting
vacation Bible school Monday
though Friday, June 9-13,
from 6-8 p.m. each night.
The theme wvRbe "Jerusalem
marketplace" and the week will
include singing,a"synagogue"
school, authentic Jerusalem-
style games, sampling of
Middle Eastern snacks, etc.
For more information, go to
www.eliambaptist.org and
click on the VBS link or call
the office at (352) 475-2820.
Bible Baptist Church,
located at 150 S. Cherry St.
in Starke, is hosting vacation
Bible school Monday though
Thursday, June 2-5, from
6:30-8:30 p.m. each night. For
more information, call (904)
964-7745.
Love Grows Pentecostal
Temple Inc, will be hosting
an eighth-year anniversary
celebration for their pastor
and his wife. The celebration
will take place the week
of June 9-13, at 7:30 p.m.
There'will be churches from

hours are Tuesday-Thursday,
1-5 p.m., and weekends by
appointment. For information
call (904) 964-4604 or (904)
964-5382.

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The public is cordially invited
to all services.
St. Edward Catholic Church,
441 N. Temple Ave. in Starke,
is collecting good used, clean
clothing. The church will
be giving away'clothing to
needy families on Mondays
from 9-11 a.m. in the back
of the church hall. For more
information, please call (904)
964-6155.
Starke Church of the
Nazarene, 1404 Bessent Road
in Starke, will host a new
series of Bible study sessions
every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.
Everyone is invited.
Keystone Heights Christian
Church, located at 3528 S.R.
21 in Keystone Heights, will
have its vacation Bible school
beginning Monday, June 23,
through Friday, June 27, from
8:55 a.m. to noon each day.
You may register your child,
online at www.groupvbs.
com/webtoybox/myvbs/
keystoneecc prior to June 23.
If you have any questions, call
the church at (352) 473-9620.
Trinity Baptist Church,' i,
Lake Butler, will be having its
vacation Bible school Sunday,
June 8, through Thursday,
June 12, from 6-8 p.m<.;each
evening. The theme this year is'
"Dino Detectives" for grades'
K-6. For more information
call (386) 496-3196.


City Hall, 209 N. Thompson
St., on the first and third
Tuesday of the month at 7
p.m. All meetings are open to
the public. Call (904) 964-5027
for more information.


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Shop for dad

at the market
The Bradford Farmers Market
will be open from 8 a.m. to noon
this Saturday, June 7. on the
grounds of the Bradford County
Health Department located on
U.S. 301 in Starke, next to the
Chevrolet dealership.
Local crafters will be at the
market this Saturday to sell
Father's Day gifts and other
items.
If you are a crafter and
haven't signed up yet, you can
still plan to come. There is a
$10 booth fee, and you need
to arrive for set up by 7 a.m.
Vendors arriving after 7:30
a.m. will not be allowed to set
up. You'll also have to sign and
agree to the rules of the Market,
which can be viewed at www.
bradfordfarmers market.com.
Once you're done shopping
for dad, shop for locally grown
and Florida fresh fruits and
vegetables, flowering plants
and herbs, honey, baked goods,
and more. Market. tables are
full of fresh corn, tomatoes,
peppers, green beans,
cucumbers, melons, and that's
just the beginning.
To learn more, visit www.
bradfordfarmersmarket.com.
Come every Saturday, rain
or shine, from 8 a.m.-noon,
October through June.


Rally planned

in Hampton
Planning for the first political
rally featuring local candidates
is under way. The rally will
take place Saturday, June 7, at 3
p.m. at Hampton City Park.
Hampton Mayor Jim Mitzel
said each candidate county or
state candidate in attendance
will have three minutes to
address the crowd.
Rude Roy's Barbecue will
have pork sandwiches and all
the trimmings on sale for $7,
and a cake sale will benefit the
city's veterans memorial fund.
Local vocalist Doug Williamson
will provide entertainment.


Meeting for

homeless

coalition set
The monthly meeting for
Panorama Homeless Coalition
is set to be held on Wednesday,
June 11, at 1 p.m., at Holy
Mission of Jesus Christ Church
Inc., 625 Brownlee St., Starke.
For more information call (904)
964-6192.


Men

receive free

screenings

at health

department
The Bradford County Health
Departments celebrating Men's
Health Week by providing free
screenings to men on Monday
and Tuesday, June 16-17, from
8-10 a.m.
No appointment is necessary
to receive one of the three
free screenings being offered:
prostate, cholesterol and
glucose. (Please no food or
drink after midnight if you
want cholesterol or glucose
screenings.)
For more information,
contact the health department
at (904) 964-7732.


Food program

at Santa Fe
The Santa Fe Community
College Upward Bound
Program will participate in
the Summer Food Service
Program.
The program will be
administered by the Florida
Department of Education. Food
and Nutrition Management, and
take place from June 9 through
July 16.
Meals will be served at 11:30


a.m. and 12:30 p.m., in the
Santa Fe Community College
Food Court (R building) at
N.W. 83rd St. in Gainesville.
The program will host students
from Bradford and Newberry
High School.


VOTE
Continued from p. 1A

allows a voter the flexibility
to "vote for whomever they
choose," including in partisan
primaries-but that is not the
case. Voters registered without
a party affiliation will only be
allowed to vote in nonpartisan
races during a primary, such
as the races for school board
members or judgeships, or for
referenda such as constitutional
amendments that appear on the
ballot.
In a closed primary state,
nonparty voters are locked
out of the candidate selection
process when there is more


RACES
Continued from p. 1A

face challenges for their seats.
Malcolm Hill is running with
no party affiliation against
Chandler, a Democrat. Lewis,
also a Democrat, has opposition
in District 5 from Republican
Bruce Scott.
Four candidates have
announced their desire to be
elected in District 3. Three
Republicans-Dan Sikes,
Chuck Morrow and Mark
Santiago-will face each other
in the primary. Roy Hart is
the only announced Democrat
seeking the seat.
Two seats are open on the


than one Republican or
Democrat vying for their
party's nomination to run for
a particular office. When the
general election rolls around,
however, voters without party
affiliation have the same chance
to select between candidates
from opposing parties in
partisan races as those who
declare themselves members of
a political party.
"In the November general
election, party affiliation does
not determine which ballot is
issued, as there will be only
one ballot style per precinct,"
Vaughan said.
Sometimes, there may be
more than one candidate from
the same party seeking election


school board. Incumbent
Randy Jones has no declared
opposition in District 3, but
Vivian 'Chappell is being
challenged by Braxton Britt Jr.
in District 4. The nonpartisan
race is open to all registered
voters in that district.
While not set in stone, the
roster for these races could be
considered pretty firm. While
there is still a chance this
month-from June 16-20-to
qualify as a candidate by paying
a fee instead of by petition,
Vaughan says that has only
happened once since 1992.
Two seats in the Florida
Legislature representing
Bradford County are open.
Term limits are forcing District
1 Ren. Aaron Rean and District


to office without a challenger
or group of challengers from
an opposing party. This results
in what is called a universal
primary election.
An example would be two
or more registered Democrats
seeking a county commission
seat without a Republican
in the race. In that case, all
registered voters in that district,
regardless of party affiliation,
would be able to vote in the
primary, just as in the general
election.
According to Vaughan,
the top vote getter wins the
universal primary with no need
for candidates to advance to the
general election.
But Vaughan is quick to point


21 Rep. Joe Pickens from
office. Milner's withdrawal
left two candidates, Republican
Janet Adkins and write-in
candidate Damon Fernandez
in the race for Bean's seat.-
Since then, a third candidate,
Bobby Hunt, a veteran educator
in Nassau, Baker and Union
counties and an Army reservist,
has announced he is entering
the race.
Republicans Charles Van
Zant, Christopher France and
Patrician Freeman, along with
Democrat Linda Myers, are
running to replace Pickens.
Circuit races include the
offices of state attorney and
public defender. Incumbents
Bill Cervone and Richard
Parker are running unonnosed.


out that none of the primary
contests in Bradford County
this year fall into the universal
primary category.
"As it currently stands in
Bradford County, there are nine
local candidates who will appear
on the Republican primary
ballot in various contests, and
five who will appear on the
Democrat primary ballot,"
Vaughan said. "A nonpartisan
school board race will also
appear on all primary ballots
in District 4. Presently, the
county commission contests in
Districts I and 5 do not include
competition from within
either party represented and
will appear on the November
general election ballot."


Six circuitjudge groups in the
Eighth Judicial Circuit are also
open. There is no opposition in
any of those groups, and five of
the six groups are represented
by incumbents, including
judges Phyllis Rosier, Frederick
Smith, Martha Ann Lott, David
Giant and James Nilon. The
sixth candidate is Williams
Davis.
Voters will also decide
whether to retain Florida
Supreme Court Justice Charles
Wells and six district court of
appeals justices.
Sen. John McCain has
clinched the Republican
nomination for president,
and as of Tuesday night, Sen.
Barrack Obama seems to be the
Democrats' choice. Running


With all that in mind, there is
a deadline for both registering
to vote and changing party
affiliation prior to the Aug. 26
primary. That deadline is July
28.
Vaughan plans to reinforce
this information with a public
education campaign to give
every Bradford County voter
a chance to understand the
primary and general election
process.
For more information, voters
can always visit the frequently
asked questions section of the
supervisor of elections Web
site, found online at www.
bradfordelections.com.


mates have not been selected.
The other federal race
relevant to Bradford County
voters is that for District 6
U.S. representative. Incumbent
Cliff Stearns, a Republican, is
being challenged for his seat by -
Democrat Tim Cunha.
With the exception of the
District 4 school board race,
Bradford voters registered with
no party affiliation or with a
minor party are locked out of
voting in the closed primary..
(See related story.)
A first rally for announced
candidates is planned to take
place at Hampton City Park
this Saturday, June 7, at 3 p.m.


The Bradford County American Legion Post 56 adult basic education classes, organization establishes needs, please call the CISTO
Commission meets in the holds monthly meetings at 7:30 assistance during field trips and, partnership with families office at (904) 364-8598 or
boardroom at the county p.m. on the second Tuesday with arts and crafts activities, in need, agencies and other (904) 964-7776 to see if you
courthouse on the first Monday of each month at the post Contact Susan Magee, (904) governmental organizations, qualify. There is no charge for
of the month at 9:30 a.m. home, 709 W. Edwards Road 964-7699. Call (904) 964-5088 for this service.
and on the third Thursday of in Starke. information.
the month at 6:30 p.m. All The Bradford County Faith FloridaWorks offers
meetings are open to the public. Volunteers are needed to Community Center is located Need a ride to work or employment services. Visit 819
Call (904) 966-6280 for more assist the ARC of Bradford in the Bradford Executive school? If you are receiving S. Walnut St. in the Bradford
information. County. Specific areas of need Center at 113 E. Call St., Suite any form of public assistance Square Shopping Center, or
are one-on-one assistance in the A, in Starke. This nonprofit and need help with your travel call (904) 964-8092.


I LEGAL



NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCES BY THE CITY
COMMISSION OF THE CITY
OF STARKE, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ordinances amending the City of
Starke Comprehensive Plan, as
amended, which titles hereinafter
appear, will be considered for
enactment by the City Commission
of the City of Starke, Florida,
hereinafter referred to as the City
Commission, at public hearings on
June 17, 2008 at 7:00 p.m., or as
soon thereafter as the matters can
be heard, in the City Commission
Meeting Room, City Hall, located at
209 North Thompson Street, Starke,
Florida. Copies of said ordinances
may be inspected by any member
of the public at the Office of ther-
City Clerk, City Hall, located at 209
North Thompson Street, Starke,
Florida, during regular business
hours. On the date, time and place
first above mentioned, all interested
parties may appear and be heard
with respect to the ordinances.
ORDINANCE NO. 2008-9581
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
STARKE, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE FUTURE LAND USE PLAN
MAP OF THE CITY OF STARKE,
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, AS
AMENDED; RELATING TO AN
AMENDMENT OF TEN OR LESS
ACRES OF LAND. PURSUANT
TO AN APPLICATION, S 080403A,
BY THE PROPERTY OWNER OF
SAID ACREAGE,. UNDER THE
AMENDMENT PROCEDURES
ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS
163.3161 THROUGH 163.3215,
FLORIDA STATUTES, AS
AMENDED; PROVIDING FOR
CHANGING THE LAND USE
CLASSIFICATION FROM COUNTY,
RESIDENTIAL, LOW DENSITY
(LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO 2
DWELLING UNITS PER ACRE) TO
LOW DENSITY, RESIDENTIAL (2
OR FEWER DWELLING UNITS
PER ACRE) OF CERTAIN LANDS
WITHIN THE
CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE
CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA;
PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES
IN CONFLICT, AND PROVIDING
AN EFFECTIVE DATE
ORDINANCE NO. 2008-0582
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
STARKE, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE FUTURE LAND USE PLAN
MAP OF THE CITY OF STARKE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, AS
AMENDED; RELATING TO AN
AMENDMENT OF TEN OR LESS
ACRES OF LAND, PURSUANT
STO AN APPLICATION S 080423A,
BY PROPERTY .OWNER OF
SAID ACREAGE, UNDER THE
AMENDMENT PROCEDURES
ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS
163.3161 THROUGH 163.3215,
FLORIDA STATUTES, AS
AMENDED; PROVIDING, FOR
CHANGING THE LAND USE
CLASSIFICATION FROM MEDIUM
DENSITY, RESIDENTIAL (MORE
THAN 2 AND LESS THAN OR
EQUAL TO 8 DWELLING UNITS
PER ACRE) TO COMMERCIAL
AND TO ESTABLISH THE FUTURE
LAND USE CLASSIFICATION
AS COMMERCIAL OF CERTAIN
LANDS WITHIN THE CITY
LIMITS OF THE CITY OF
STARKE, FLORIDA; PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY, REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT;
AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
ORDINANCE NO. 2008-0583
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
STARKE, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE FUTURE LAND USE PLAN


MAP OF THE CITY OF STARKE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, AS
AMENDED, RELATING TO AN
AMENDMENT OF TEN OR LESS
ACRES OF LAND, PURSUANT
TO AN APPLICATION. S 080505A,
BY THE CITY COMMISSION,
UNDER THE AMENDMENT
PROCEDURES ESTABLISHED IN
SECTIONS 163.3161 THROUGH
163.3215, FLORIDA STATUTES,
AS AMENDED; PROVIDING FOR
CHANGING THE LAND USE
CLASSIFICATION FROM MEDIUM
DENSITY RESIDENTIAL (MORE
THAN 2 AND LESS THAN OR
EQUAL TO 8 DWELLING UNITS
PER ACRE) TO COMMERCIAL
OF CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN
THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF
THE CITY OF STARKE. FLORIDA;
PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES
IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
ORDINANCE. NO. 2008-0584
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
STARKE, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE FUTURE LAND USE PLAN
MAP OF THE CITY OF STARKE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, AS
AMENDED; RELATING TO AN
AMENDMENT OF TEN OR LESS
ACRES OF LAND, PURSUANT
TO AN APPLICATION, S 080505
B, BY THE CITY COMMISSION
UNDER THE AMENDMENT
PROCEDURES ESTABLISHED IN
SECTIONS 163.3161 THROUGH
163.3215, FLORIDA STATUTES
AS AMENDED; PROVIDING FOR
CHANGING THE LAND USE
CLASSIFICATION FROM MEDIUM
DENSITY. RESIDENTIAL (MORE
THAN 2 AND LESS THAN OR
EQUAL TO 8 DWELLING UNITS
PER ACRE) TO COMMERCIAL
OF CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN
THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF
THE CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA;.


PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES
IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
ORDINANCE NO, 2008-0585
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
STARKE, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE FUTURE LAND USE PLAN
MAP OF THE CITY OF STARKE,
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, AS
AMENDED; RELATING TO AN
AMENDMENT OF TEN OR LESS
ACRES OF LAND, PURSUANT
TO AN APPLICATION S 080505
C, BY THE CITY COMMISSION,
UNDER THE AMENDMENT
PROCEDURES ESTABLISHED IN
SECTIONS 163.3161 THROUGH
163.3215, FLORIDA STATUTES,
AS AMENDED; PROVIDING FOR
CHANGING THE LAND USE
CLASSIFICATION FROM MEDIUM
DENSITY, RESIDENTIAL (MORE
THAN 2 AND LESS THAN OR
EQUAL TO 8 DWELLING UNITS
,PER ACRE) TO COMMERCIAL
OF CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN
THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF
THE CITY OF STARKE. FLORIDA;
PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES
IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
ORDINANCE NO. 2008-0586
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
STARKE, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE FUTURE LAND USE PLAN
MAP OF THE CITY OF STARKE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, AS
AMENDED, RELATING TO AN
AMENDMENT OF TEN OR LESS
ACRES OF LAND, PURSUANT
TO AN APPLICATION, S 080505
D, BY THE CITY COMMISSION,
UNDER THE AMENDMENT
PROCEDURES ESTABLISHED IN
SECTIONS 163.3161 THROUGH
163.3215, FLORIDA STATUTES,
AS AMENDED; PROVIDING FOR
CHANGING THE LAND USE


CLASSIFICATION FROM MEDIUM
DENSITY, RESIDENTIAL (MORE
THAN 2 AND LESS THAN OR
EQUAL TO 8 DWELLING UNITS
PER ACRE) TO COMMERCIAL
OF CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN
THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF
THE CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA;
PROVIDING. SEVER ABILITY.
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES
IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
The public hearings may be
continued to one or more future
dates. Any interested party shall
be advised that the date, time and
place of any continuation of the
public hearing will be announced
during the public hearings and that
no further notice concerning the
matters will be published.
All persons are advised that, if
they decide to appeal any decisions
made at the public hearings,
they .will need a record of the
proceedings and, for such purpose,
they miay need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the proceedings
is made, which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is to be based.
6/5 1tchg
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
SPRATLINTOWING & RECOVERY,
LLC. gives Notice of Foreclosure of
Lien and intent to sell these vehicles
on June 19, 2008, at 10:00 a.m. at
18536 U.S. Hwy 301 N, Starke, FL
32091-0314, pursuant to subsection.
713.78 of the Florida Statutes.
Spratlin Towing & Recovery, LLC.
reserves the right to accept or reject
any and all bids.
JKAZXDP1XVA014878-
1997 KAWASAKI
JS1RJ16A9P2101105-
1993 SUZUKI
6/5 Itchg


PUBLIC AUCTION
Ron Denmark Mini Storage will hold
a Public Auction on Friday, June
20, 2008, at 10:00 a.m. at 2117 N.
Temple Avenue, Starke, FL on the
following storage units containing
Personal items ,
#8 T. ELLIS
#141 N BROOME
#31 K. KILGORE
#52 G. VALINSKI
#79 K. BOWEN
#86 R. KING
#120 L. PORTIS
#127 T. BARNHART
6/5 2tchg 6/12
LEGAL NOTICE
The Nominating Committee of
FloridaWorks will hold a meeting on
Thursday, June 12, at 9:00 a.m. at
James Moore and Company, 5931
NW 1sY Place, Gainesville, FL.
Contact Celia Chapman at (352)
955-6096 with questions.
6/5 ltchg
LEGAL NOTICE
The Better Jobs Better Wages
Committee of FloridaWorks will hold
a meeting on Thursday, June 12, at
2:30 p.m. at Tacachale, Building #3,
6121 NE Waldo Road, Gainesville,
FL. Contact Celia Chapman at (352)
955-6096 with questions.
6/5 Itchg
LEGAL NOTICE
The Finance Committee of
FloridaWorks will hold a meeting on
Thursday, June 12, at 9:30 a.m. at
James Moore and Company, 5931
NW 1Yt Place, Gainesville, FL.
Contact Celia Chapman at (352)
955-6096 with questions:
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June 5, 2008 TELEGRAPH Page 7A


Project provides books to troops


Funds needed for
shipping

BY KATI TEDDER
Special to the Telegraph
It is not uncommon for
schools to sponsor can drives,
clothes drives or coin drives, but
Katie McGill's fourth-period
class has started something
new: a hook drive.
After returning from
Christmas break, the English III
Honors class started working
on a nationwide movement
called Operation Paperback,
which collects books to send to
the troops overseas.
The nonprofit organization
was founded in 1999 by the
family of a soldier. It started
by sending items to Kuwait and
Saudi Arabia but now sends to
37, locations including Iraq,
Germany, Egypt and Turkey.
Since the creation of the
foundation, more than 800,000
books have been sent.
"The original plans were a
modest goal of 200 to 300 books
as part of our unit in American
literature," said McGill about
the beginning of the project.
The 31 students drew up a
proposal, got the idea approved,
decorated boxes and started
advertising. The criteria for
the books was that they be in
good condition and not of the
romance genre.
To help pay for postage, the
students held afundraiser during
both lunches called Operation
Pie Day. The teachers and
administration at Bradford
stepped up to the plate and
allowed students to try their
hand at pie throwing and water
balloon launching.
All in good fun, the teachers
laughed their way through
and the class raised more than
$200.
"It was a fantastic concept
the students came up with to
raise money," said Assistant
Principal Sandy Tomlinson. "It
was well organized and lots
of fun; a great opportunity
for the students to show how
disciplined and organized they
can be while still having fun."


Russell Overton and Sandi Tomlinson were good
sports for their participation in Operation Pie Day.


Ashley Howard, a student
who helped set up the project,
said, "I think the fundraiser was
awesome! We had so much
fun, even if filling the water
balloons peeled skin off of our
fingers."
What started with the goal
of 30 boxes of books has
now grown to an outstanding
number as the teachers bring
box after box into McGill's
classroom.. The atmosphere
as the class sorts through the
books has been both jovial and
frazzled.
"It has been amazingly
stressful and extremely hard,
but so worth it!" said Sarah
Green. Faye Ricker had similar
sentiments.
"It was stressful,but it was a
good experience for everyone
in the class," Ricker said.
Currently the class has
received approximately 4,000
books and is thrilled with the
response. McGill never dreamed


of such a huge response.
"The dedication of the
students and the support of the
community have been amazing.
I am so proud of BHS," she
said.
The only obstacle the class
now faces is funding for
shipment. Even after the cash
from the fundraiser, the class is
brainstorming ways to provide
the needed money.
If the urgently needed funds
are not received by June 9, the
class fears there will be no way
to send the books and complete
the project this year.
Anyone wishing to donate
funds and'make this vision a
reality can contact McGill at
Bradford High School during
the day by calling (904)
966-6075.
For more information on
Operation Paperback or to read
thank you notes from the troops,
you can visit the Web site at
www.operation paperback.org.


(L-R) Faye Ricker, Tim Justice, Tyler Moore, Sarah Green, Josh Thornton, Katie
McGill, Hannah Smith, Brooke Smith, Ashley Howard, Chelsea Crawford, Ben
Crews, Megan Seals, Mark Zelnar, and Ben Kelly stand with the first box of books
collected.


Experience

the adventure

of saving lives
Experience the adventure
of saving a life and donate
blood at Camp LifeSouth this
summer. At Camp LifeSouth,
the campfire is always burning
for the need to give blood.
LifeSouth invites you to
give the gift of life when they
team up with the community of
Starke to host a blood drive on
Friday, June 13, and Saturday,
June 14. The drive will be held
from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on both
days. Look for the bloodmobile
in the Winn-Dixie parking lot
on S.R. 100 and at the Wal-
Mart Supercenter on U.S. 301.
"More than 38,000 blood
donations are needed each day,"
said Laura Bialeck, a recruiter
for LifeSouth. "Come out and
experience the adventure for
yourself!"
Camp LifeSouth donors will
receive s'mores, a recognition
item and complimentary
cholesterol screening. Donors
must be at least 17 years old,
weigh 110 pounds or more,
and show a valid photo I.D.
at the time of donation. For
more information, call toll-free
(888) 795-2707 or visit www.
lifesouth.org.
LifeSouth is the sole blood
supplier for 39 medical facilities
in 17 counties in North Central
Florida including Shands at
UF, the VA Medical Center,
and North Florida Regional
Medical Center. LifeSouth is
a nonprofit, volunteer blood
center supplying more than
I10 medical centers in Florida,
Alabama and Georgia.


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.i Assisted Living Facility



On Church Street across from Wainwright Park in Starke
License : AL10278


ATTENTION
CITY OF STARKE UTILITY CUSTOMERS
The following Annual Drinking Water Quality Report required by the Department
of Environmental Protection is for the year 2007. This will be the only
publication of this report. This report will not be mailed to each water customer,
and copies will be available at the City Hall located at 209 N. Thompson Street
in Starke.

2007Annual Drinking Water Quality Report of the City of Starke

We're pleased to present to you this year's Annual Water Quality Report. This report is designed to inform you about the quality
water and services we deliver to you every day. Our constant goal is to provide you with a safe and dependable supply of
drinking water. We want you to understand the efforts we make to continually improve the water treatment process and protect
our water resources. We are committed to ensuring the quality ofyour water. Our water source is ground water from three
wells. The wells draw from the Floridan aquifer. Due to the excellent quality groundwater source, aeration for hydrogen sulfide
removal, the addition of Fluoride for dental health and disinfection through chlorination is the only treatment necessary to
produce an excellent quality and aesthetically pleasing product for the community. We aim to provide the best quality water to
you, the customer, at the lowest possible cost.

This report shows our water quality results and what they mean.

Ifyou have any questions about this report or concerning your water utility, please contact Mr. Fred Magyari at (904) 964-7999.
We encourage our valued customers to be informed.about their water utility. Ifyou want to learn more, please attend any of our
regularly scheduled meetings, They are held on the first and third Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the commission room at
the City Hall, 209 N. Thompson St. Starke, FL 32091.

The Department of Environmental Protection has performed a Source Water Assessment on our system. These
assessments were conducted to provide information about any potential sources of contamination in the vicinity of
our wells (or surface water intakes). Potential sources ofcontamination identified include underground petroleum
storage tanks, dry cleaning facilities and wastewater treatment plants. The assessment results are available on the
FDEP Source Water Assessment and Protection Program website at t'ww.dep.state.fl. ts/swtapp.

The City of Starke routinely monitors for contaminants in your drinking water according to Federal and State laws, rules, and
regulations. Except where indicated otherwise, this report is based on the results four monitoring for the period ofJanuary 1
to December 31, 2007.. Data obtained before January 1, 2007, and presented in this report are from the most recent testing done
in accordance with the laws, rules, and regulations.

In.the table below, you may find unfamiliar terms and abbreviations. To helpyou better understand these terms we've
provided the following definitions:

Maximum Contaminant Level or MCL: The highest level ofa contaminant that is allowed in drinking water. MCLs are set as
close to the MCLGs as feasible using the best available treatment technology.

Maximum Contaminant Level Goal or MCLG: The level ofa contaminant in drinking water below which there is no known or
expected risk to health: MCLGs allowfor a margin ofsafety.

Action Level (AL): The concentration ofa contaminant which, if exceeded, triggers treatment or other requirements that a water
system mustfollow.

Maximum residual disinfectant level or MRDL: The highest level of a disinfectant allowed in drinking water. There is
convincing evidence that addition ofa disinfectant is necessaryfor control ofmicrobial contaminants.

Maximum residual disinfectant level goal or MRDLG: The level ofa drinking water disinfectant below which there is no known
or expected risk to health. MRDLGs to not reflect the benefits of the use ofdisinfeciants to control microbial contaminants.

Parts per million (ppm) or Milligrams per liter (mg/1) one part by weight ofanalyte to I million parts by weight ofthe water
sample.

Parts per billion (ppb) or Micrograms per liter (pg/) one part by weight ofanalyte to I billion parts by weight of the water
sample.

Picocurie per liter (pCi/L) measure ofthe radioactivity in water.


2007Annual Drinking Water Test Results

Highest Monthly Percentage/Number is the highest monthly number of positive samples for systems collecting fewer than 40 samples per
month.
Microbiological Contaminants
ContaminantandUnit of Datesof MCL Highest Likely Source of
Measurement sampling Violation Monthly MCL Me Co inato
(mo./yr.) Y/N NumberContamination
Total Coliform Bacteria Monthly N 1 0 Presence of coliform bacteria in Naturally present in the
S, 2007 sample collected during a month, environment
Inorganic Contaminants
1 1 1Level Range
Contaminantand Unit of Dites of sampling MCL Violatl6n betrd org MCLG MCL Likely Source of
Measurement (mo./yr.) Y/N Results Contamination
Results
Erosion of natural'
deposits; water
o.8 additive which
Fluoride (ppm) 08/2005 N 0.95 0.95 4 4.0 promotes strong
teeth; discharge from
fertilizer and
aluminum factories
Sodium (ppm) 08/2005 N 13 N/A N/A 160 Salt water inrsion,
leaching from soil
Discharge of drilling
0.012- wastes; discharge
Barium (ppm) 08/2005 N 0.014 0.014 2 2 from metal refineries;
erosion of natural
deposits
Pollution from
Nickel (ppb) 08/2005 N 2.8 N/A N/A 100 mining and refining
operations. Natural
occurrence in soil.

TTHMs and Stage 1 Disinfectant/Disinfection By-Product (D/DBP) Parameters
For chlorine, the level detected is the the highest running annual average (RAA), computed quarterly, of monthly averages of all samples collected.
For haloacetic acids or TTHM, the level detected is the highest RAA, computed quarterly, of quarterly averages of all samples collected if the system
is monitoring quarterly or is the average of all samples taken during the year ifthe system monitors less frequently than quarterly. Range.of Results
is the range of individual sample results (lowest to highest) for all monitoring locations.
Contaminant and Dates of MCL Level Range MCLG MC
Unit of sampling Violation f of or Likely Source of Contamination
Measurement (mo./yr.) Y/N Results MRDLG MR
.57- M DLG
Chlorine (ppm) 8/14/07 N 0.68 5 MRD MRDL= 4.0 Water additive used to control microbes
1.7 4
Haloacctic Acids
(v clAA)d(p) 08/14/07 N 16.9 NA NA MCL-60 By-product of drinking water disinfection
(five) (HAA5) (ppb)
TTHM [Total
trihalomethanes] 08/14/07 N 36.S NA NA MCL= 80 By-product of drinking water disinfection
(ppb)

No. of
Contaminant and Dates of AL 90th sampling AL
Unit ol sampling Violation Percentile sites MCLG (Action Likely Source of Contamination
Measurement (mo./yr.) Y/N Result exceeding Level)
the AL

Lead and Copper (Tap Water)
r lCorrosion of household plumbing systems;
Copper (tap water) 10/18/07 N .32 0 1.3 1.3 Cros fof c plumbint
Copper (ap Waer 10/8/07 N 32 0 1.3 1.3 erosion of natural deposits; leaching from
(ppm) wood preservatives
Lead (tap water) Corrosion of household plumbing systems,
(ppb) 10/ 8/07 N 5.5 0 0 IS erosion of natural deposits


The sources of drinking water (both tap water and bottled water) include rivers, lakes, streams, ponds, reservoirs, springs, and
wells. As water travels over the surface of the land or through the ground, it dissolves naturally occurring minerals and, in some
cases, radioactive material, and can pick up substances resulting from the presence ofanimals or from human activity.

Contaminants that may be present In source water Include:

(A) Microbial contaminants, such as viruses and bacteria, which may come from sewage treatment plants, septic systems,
agricultural livestock operations, and wildlife.
(B) Inorganic contaminants, such as salts and metals, which can be naturally-occurring or result from urban stormwater
runof, industrial or domestic wastewater discharges, oil and gas production, mining, or farming.
(C) Pesticides and herbicides, which may come from a variety ofsources such as agriculture, urban stormwater runoff and
residential uses.
(D) Organic chemical contaminants, including synthetic and volatile organic chemicals, which are by-products of
industrial processes and petroleum production, and can also come from gas stations, urban stormwater runoff and
septic systems.
(E) Radioactive contaminants, which can be naturally occurring or be the result ofoil and gas production and mining
activities.

In order to ensure that tap water is safe to drink the EPA prescribes regulations, which limit the amount ofcertain contaminants
in water provided by public water systems. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations establish limits for
contaminants in bottled water, which must provide the same protection for public health.


Drinking water, including bottled water, may reasonably be expected to contain at least small amounts ofsome contaminants.
The presence ofcontaminants does not necessarily indicate that the water poses a health risk More information about
contaminants and potential health effects can be obtained by calling the Environmental Protection Agency's Safe Drinking Water
Hotline at 1-800-426-4791.

Thankyoufor allowing us to continue providing yourfamily with clean, quality water this year. In order to maintain a safe and
dependable water supply, we sometimes need to make improvements that will benefit all four customers. These improvements
are sometimes reflected as rate structure adjustments. Thank youfor understanding.

Some people may be more vulnerable to contaminants in drinking water than the general population. Immuno-compromised
persons such a persons with cancer undergoing chemotherapy, persons who have undergone organ transplants, people with
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people should seek advice about drinking water from their health care providers. EPA/CDC guidelines on appropriate means
to lessen the risk of Infection by Cryptosporidium and other microbiological contaminants are available from the Safe
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Mott retiring after 35 years with Bradford school district


BY ARNIE HARRIS
Telegraph Staff Writer

1.1. Mott. \\ho is retiring
as Bradford county y School's
supervisor of maintenance
and facility construction after
35 years, said it all began at
Bradlord High School \\here
he graduated in 1964.
"' really\ didn't know\ \\hat
I wanted to do with mi life
until I took BHS teacher Ted
Oglesb 's electronics course,"
said Mott. "It was that class
that decided what path my life
was going to take."
Enlisting in the U.S. Navy
right out of high school, he was
stationed in Memphis, where
he attended the Navy's school
for electronic technicians.After
school there, he was transferred
to the state of Washington,
where he served duty until
his assignment to the U.S.S.
America aircraft carrier to serve
an eight-month tour of duty in
the Mediterranean Sea. There
he received more valuable
training in electronics.
When he returned stateside
in 1967, he secured a job at the
University of Florida electronic
shop which lasted for three and
a half years.
Hired by Bradford County
schools in 1973 by Jim Temple,
Mott's position was that of


Etiquette

camp

enrolling

'campers'

now
They'll not fling hot dogs and
marshmallows at this summer
camp.
This summer, Starke-area
parents again have a decidedly
more-dignified choice when
it comes to selecting summer
enrichment for children and
teens. The Florida Academy
of Etiquette and Protocol is
enrolling students, ages 5 to 17,
in Summer Etiquette Camp.
The program is scheduled
for June 28-Aug.l at the Starke
Woman's Club.
"This isn't just charm school
for girls," says academy founder
and director Robin Steele, a
certified etiquette instructor.
"We teach boys and girls the
most current manners for
today's world. Everyone likes


electronic technician. In that
capacity his main duties were
the maintenance and repair
of school fire alarms, bells,
intercoms and audio-visual
equipment in the school
district.
In 1976, Mott was moved
from the district office to the
new operations center at Orange
Street. The center, at that time
was under the direction of Jesse
Moore, the district's general
service director. Added to his
duties as electronic tech was that
of the warehouse manager. He
was moved up to the operations
center for transportation and
warehousing by Jesse Moore,
director of general services for
the school board at that time.
Leonard Register, who was
principal of Bradford Middle
School when the operations
department was constructed,
became the first official director
of operations for the district.
"I became Register's right
hand man and supported
him in maintenance,
facility construction and
transportation," Mott said.
In 1986, said Mott, Register
retired and the operations
center was divided into two
separate entities: warehouse and
transportation,and maintenance '
and facility construction.
Now again he became the


to be treated with respect and
courtesy. Polite children simply
stand out. Their manners make
them shine. Politeness pays
off.
"Not only do our campers
experience a boost in self-
esteem and confidence, but
they learn other lifelong skills,
like self-control and discipline.
These are the qualities that set
apart the leaders of today and
tomorrow!"
But is it fun?
"Absolutely!" Steele
says. "We don't believe in
being stuffy. We teach using
interactive, role-playing. Our
students can't wait to come
back!"
Using games and humor,
Steele guides her students to
etiquette excellence.
Take the dreaded dining
demons. These days, few
among us have the confidence
and training to avoid frantic
mental gymnastics in an effort
to remember which utensil is
proper for each course at a
formal table. But after camp,


- . '. "I ..

From technician to administrator, J.E. Mott had done
a lot in his 35 years with the school district.


self-described right hand man
of Eugene Tanner, Register's
replacement and supervisor
of maintenance and facilities
construction. Tanner retired in
in 1999 and was replaced by
Jerry Petrella, who then became
the director of operations and
the two departments were


parents can simply steal a
glance at their children, who
will be comfortable navigating
anything from finger bowls
to an array of forks. Among
other topics, etiquette campers
also build confidence and
proficiency in:
/* Greetings and handshakes.
Conversational skills.
Showing appreciation and
being thankful.
Showing patriotic pride.
Honoring and obeying
parents and God's other nine
rules.
Navigating and identifying
place settings.
Eating difficult foods.
Thank you notes.
The 65 Dining Manners.
Proper manners at
restaurants, parties, teas,
church, the theater and on
the telephone.
Children and preteens will
meet daily from 9 a.m. to noon;
teens will meet from 1 p.m. to 4
p.mn. The program includes 15
hours of etiquette instruction, a
student workbook, daily snacks,


reunitedunder one department
head.
At this point Mott took over
the position as supervisor of
maintenance and facility
construction.The transportation
department was split off again
and had a separate department
head.


a mid-week tutorial lunch, a
formal graduation luncheon
and more.
Cost is $150 per student and
$100 for additional siblings for
the one-week program, which
is sponsored by the Santa Fe
Community College Bradford
County Patrons and the Starke
Woman's Club. Please contact,
Kathryn Lehman at Santa Fe
College, (904) 964-5382, for
more information.


With this transition, Mott
assumed even more duties and
responsibilities and became
busier than the proverbial one-
armed wallpaper hanger.
Mott's responsibilities to the
district included district safety
officer, facility construction
manager, maintenance
supervisor, energy manager,
property records officer,
surplus property officer, fire
anti casualty inspector and
environmental officer.
Mott said the most significant
change he's seen in his 35
years of service to the school
district has been the increase
in accountability. The reporting
process to Tallahassee in
areas of safety and security,
inventories of facilities and
facility planning,crisis planning
and growth management, the
Americans with Disabilities
Act and others has created time-
consuming responsibilities and
takes time from the day-to-day
work for which there was more
time in the 1970s.
Mott acknowledged that
this is a natural by product
of change and progress
and that most of this ever-
increasing accountability has
been necessary and positive,
especially in the area of crisis
plans and adherence to the
standards of the Americans


assistant, allied health assistant,
advanced-allied health assistant
and patient care technologist.
Acceptable scores on the
TABE test are an application
requirement. Due to budget
cuts, the TABE test will only
be given three times during the
summer. Call now to schedule
a time slot for testing to
avoid missing the application
deadline. The last day to
pick up an application will be
Thursday, July 24.


PCT To register, come to
PCT apps school or call (904) 966-6'

available or (904) 966-6770.
The Bradford-Union Area
Career Technical Center will Recycling
have applications available pla d
to individuals interested in bin placed in
applying for the Patient Care Ham pton
Technician program beginning ilam pton


this week.
The 600-hour course will run
the entire length of the regular
school year, broken into seven
components: basic health care,
certified nursing assistant, home
technologist aide, patient care


the
778


There is now a newspaper-
only recycling bin located
behind the Hampton City Hall
for all who wish to recycle their
newspapers, magazines, phone
books and office papers.
Please feel free to use the


with Disabilities Act.
"I also feel that the schools'
biggest challenge today is to
provide quality education in a
time in which less personnel
are required to provide a higher
degree of service to students
and parents in our communities
when the state of Florida is
cutting budgets to the bone,"
Mott said.
"The question weighs heavy
on administration, the board,
the superintendent, teachers
and staff," said Mott. "Will we
be able to continue in Bradford
to maintain quality personnel
to serve?"
Mott said that, aside from
his years in the service, he has
lived his whole life in Brooker.
His wife, Linda Renae,
works for the Medical Science
Library at UF's J. Hillis Miller
Health Center.
He has four children, Duane,
38, Ryan, 24, Dustin, 21 and
Lindsay, 18, and has two
grandchildren, ages 3 and 4.
In his spare time, he said
he loves to square-dance and
two-step.
He said he looks forward
to climbing into his RV and
traveling extensively with his
family when he officially retires
on Sept. 30.


bin as often as you need to and
help the city do its part to keep
America green. There is no
limit on the number of times
per month you can place your
papers in the bin.


Need help

with disability

benefits?
Are you, or is someone you
know, living without a stable
place to call home and having
great difficulty working steadily
because of physical or mental
health problems?
Three Rivers Legal Services
may be able to help with an
application for Social Security
S-Drsabtlty bcne'i-t. hihelpw ou
or someone you know to get
through some rough waters
and move on toward smoother
sailing. Call for an appointment
at (352) 372-0519.


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42
Motor Vehicles
2006 KIA SORENTO V-6,
DARK BLUE, 62K MILES.
Take over payments, call
352-468-1193 from 6-
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2000 CHEVY MALIBU -
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1369.
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ENUE GOOD CONDI-
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RVs and
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2003 MALLARD TRAVEL
TRAILER WITH SLIDE-
OUT. Asking $9,200.
Contact Mike at 904-307-
5857.
2004 32' CEDAR CREEK
FIFTH WHEEL 2 slides,
rear kitchen and lots of
storage Excellent condi-
tion, $20,000 OBO. Call
904-219-9365 or 904-
782-9822.
45
Land for Sale
ONE ACRE WITH 28X80
4/2 MOBILE' HOME, like
new. Financing available.
4 miles from Starke, call
386-496-1146.
2 ACRES INCLUDES
ALL IMPROVEMENTS.
Ready for mobile home,.
North of Sanderson.
$24,900. Call 904-259-
8028.
ACREAGE AND FARMS
-140 ACRES, 1 mile road
frontage. $6K/acre. Call
904-259-8028.


MIDDLEBURG/KEY-. 48
STONE/PUTNAM. Lots Homes for Sale
for sale. 1/3 acre a.nd $500 DOWN, OWNER FI-
up, low down. Owner NANCING. Lakefront
financing available. Call manufactured home on
1-800-616-8373. 1/3 acre, $99K. 5762
1.75 ACRES, BEAUTIFUL Silver Sands Circle, Key-.
HIGH AND DRY PAS- stone Heights, FL 32656.
TURE LAND. Mobile Call 800-813-6180.
homes and horses al- 3/2 WITH 3/1 RENTAL ON
lowed. Asking $29,900. 5.9 ACRES, $119K. Call
Call 904-422-0470 (own- Amanda at Hometown
er/agent). Fir t Realty, 904-364-
14 ACRES STARKE. 8340.
GREAT DEVELOPMENT 2/2 ON 2 ACRES FRAME
potential. 1700' paved HOMEON PAVED ROAD.
road frontage on SR100. Reduced to $98,500. Call
One acre zoning. Owner Amanda at Hometown
financing, no down pay- First Realty at 904-364-
ment. Only $1,700/mth, 8340
$195K. Call 352-215-
1018. 2 BED 1 BATH, 29 gage
47 metal roof, new electri-
Commercial cal wiring,' plumbing, AC
commercial unit, cabinets, floor cov-
Property (Rent, ering, Florida Power and
Lease, Sale) Light utilities, 2 miles N.
L-easeSale) of Starke on 301, $85K.
OFFICES FOR LEASE-235 Starke on 301, $85K
SW 4TH AVE. Townsend Price reduced, make offer.
SW 4TH AVE. Townsend Phone 352-745-0039.
House, Lake Butler, 386- HANDYMAN SPECIAL
$700/mth $350 and 3BR/1BA, 684 Epperson
ONE STORE IN HEARTOF St. Starke, $55,500. Call
ONE STORE IN HEARTOF s352-745-0039.
DOWNTOWN 111 Call 352-745-0039.
St., $201,000 or for RENT HANDYMAN SPECIAL
new roof, designed for 2BR/1BA 696 Epperson
restaurant. Also, one St Starke, $49,500. Call
retail store, downtown 352-745-0039.
Starke, $179,500 109 CUTE HOME FOR SALE
Call St., new roof, good 3/2, $162,500. Great
for office, retail, etc. Call location. Please call 352-
904,964-4111. 745-1347 to set appoint-
NEW PROFESSIONAL OF- ment.
FICES at 417 West Call 49
Street for lease. Ideal for
medical, legal, account- Mobile Homes
ing or business offices. for Sale
$350 including utilities 1 ACRE WITH 2000,28X60
and taxes, or all 4 offices 3/2 MOBILE HOME. Like
for $290 each plus utilities new with well and septic.
and taxes. Call 352-275- Financing available. In
8531 today for a walk Union County, $74K, call
through. 386-496-1146.


ONE ACRE, $32,000. MO-
BILE HOME 2BR. 6860
NW 2d4th Terr, Starke,
FL 32091. Call 1-802-
807-8624 or 352-514-
0719.
MACCLENNY LAND HOME
PACKAGE New 1579
sq ft 3/2, deluxe kitchen
appliances, island, lots
of cabinets, formal dining
and more on 1.5 shaded
acres on the St. Mary's
River. Was $135K, re-
duced to $120K. Call
904-259-8028
NEW "2008" LOT MODEL,
1800 sq ft. 3BR/2BA, up-
graded kitchen package,
master bedroom retreat,
sliding glass door with
furniture & decor, setup
& delivery, A/C, skirting,
steps $62,900. Call Larry
at 904-259-1100.
"2008" 28X44 3/2, FLEET-
WOOD, $29,900. Call
Larry at 904-259-1100.
$750 DOWN W.A.C. BUYS
YOU YOUR NEW HOME.
3/2 and 2/2 available.
Hidden Oaks MHC in
Lake Butler, FL. For
more details, call 386-
496-8111.


vvisW' rvUUn Wvvil nHvlOE.
$455/MTH. 3/2 double-
wide. Hidden Oaks MHC,
Lake Butler, FL. Call 386-
496-8111.
HANDYMAN HOME -
NEEDS SIDING AND
A/C to be installed. Low
monthly payment, 386-
496-8111.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
RENT TO OWN with
seller financing. Remod-
eled 2/1 on big lot with
big trees. $39K, call 352-
473-5745.
REPOS, REPOS, REPOS!!
Manager Mike has some
repos with easy terms
and down payments. Will
finance. Call 352-373-
5428 ext 12.
APPLY BY PHONE. Land
home packages ready to
move in. Call someone
that cares Call 352-373-
5428 ext 12.
LOCATION, LOCATION
50X100 LOTS FOR SALE
in Gainesville city lim-
its. Includes permits,
water, sewer and power
for $37,500. Call some-
one that cares. Manager
Mike, 352-373-5428 ext
12.


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Homes, Lake Homes, Mobile Homes &
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$550 to $1,200 per month.
Call for Free List
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mnre information call 2 MALE FULL BLOODED clothes and etc. 15218 a lot more. Take SR16 e 53B
.owar.. ...s..p .isn r eVarr q tI ,


BUY A NEW MOBILE HOME
AND LAND 4.5 miles
from Shands Hospital and
many shopping centers
Call someone that cares,
Manager Mike, 352-373-
5428 ext 12
BEEN PRAYING FOR A
GREAT DEAL WITH
LOW PAYMENTS and
low interest rate. Then
call someone who cares.
Manager Mike, 352-373-
5428 ext 12
MANAGER MIKE'S SPE-
CIAL IS A 3/2 for only
$28,500 dropped only.
Call someone that cares,
352-373-5428
2,280 SQ FT MOBILE
HOME Like new, with
land for only $89,900.
Call Marion at 386-590-
0971.
FACTORY REPO 4/2 -
MUST GO. Will sell with
delivery and set-up, A/C
and heat, skirting and
steps for just $42,995
Call Marion at 386-590-
0971.
1,600 SO FT, BRAND NEW
FLOOR PLAN. Don't
miss this introductory
price of $49,995 includ-
ing set-up, A/C, skirting
and steps. Call Marion
at 386-590-0971.
4/2 WITH 2,000+ SQ FT.
FOR ONLY $59,900. In-
cludes set-up, A/C, skirt-
ing and steps. Call Mar-
ion at 386-590-0971.
50
For Rent
$500 DOWN, OWNER FI-
NANCING. Lakefront
manufactured home on
1/3 acre, $99K. 5762
Silver Sands Circle, Key-
stone Heights, FL 32656.
Call 800-813-6180.
2/2 SWMH RECENTLY RE-
MODELED. $500/mth,
$1,250 needed to move
in. Located at Lamplight-
er Mobile Home Commu-
nity in Gainesville, 5200
NE 39th Ave. Park is
well maintained, has a
swimming pool and paved
roads. Lease purchase


available. Call 386-684-
1040, 352-283-8674 or
888-999-1389
NEWLY REMODELED
3BR MOBILE HOME
on 5 acres on a lake,
near McRae Elementary
School. Fenced in, ani-
mals welcome, security
system. $900/mth plus
deposit. Call 352-262-
1980 or 904-910-5960
BIG LAKE SANTA FE -
COZY 2BR FURNISHED
APARTMENT. 120 foot
pier with covered fish-
ing and picnic deck, awe
inspiring sunsets. First,
last, plus security. $700/
mth, includes electric Call
352-475-5832.
2/2 HOME WITH DE-
TACHED CARPORT
AND WORKSHOP in Clay
County. close to Keystone
Heights. $750/mth, call
.352-475-6260.
3/2 MOBILE HOME $550/
MTH, FIRST, LAST AND
$300 security deposit.
Keystone Heights area,
904-964-4285.
APARTMENT FOR RENT'
LARGE 1/1 WITH
EAT-IN KITCHEN. 235
SW 4th Ave., Townsend
House,Lake Butler, 386-
496-1878, $750/mth.
3/2 MOBILE HOME NO
SMOKING. Service ani-
mals only. $500/mth,
$250/sec. References
required. Call 386-496-
2288 evenings
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
RENT! COMPLETE with
CH/A, cable provided, all
utilities paid! Central loca-
tion. 10% discount on first
month's rent for senior cit-
izens. Rooms with private
bath, $115 $135. /wk.
Room without bath, $100.
Laundry facilities avail-
able. Close to churches,
stores, downtown shop-
ping, theatre, and more!
See Manager at the Mag-
nolia Hotel, across from
the Starke Post Office.
904-964-4303.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to prison.
Call 352-468-1323.


BATHROOM

EMODELING + MORE
HANDYMAN SERVICES
SComplete bathroom remodeling, including wall a
floor tile work. Tub and shower conversions,
. remodeling. From kitchen bath to exterior repairs,
S wall-floor-tile work, built-in shower seating.
References Available
Lic. #202105

CALL STEVE 904-465-0078
\ r_ 352-468-2515


Whispering Oaks Aparments
Call 904-368-0007
Starting at$579.00 $199/depit
Cool off this Summer in one of the
few pools located in Starke. WD
Hook ups, fitness center,
Volleyball Court, Computer Room,
Clubhouse for Resident Activities.
Walking distance to school.
Pets Welcome!


Smith & Smith Realty

SheilDaugherty,
Realtor
(904) 964-6708 or
(352) 235-1131 cell

*2BR/IBA, Comer of Oak'St. & North St., in
Starke, Recently Remodeled.
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AND DRYER. Fireplace,
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8513.
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DELIGHTFUL 2/1 HOME
SHADED WITH PECAN
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Rd., Starke. Call 904-
472-6256 or 904-384-
8013.
1BR EFFICIENCY -CABLE,
A/C, ELECTRIC with large
living room. In town, fully
furnished. $140/wk, call
904-964-7043.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
RENT TO OWN with
seller financing. Remod-
eled 2/1 on big lot with
big trees. $39K, call 352-
473-5745.
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HOME, 2/1. Tiny Cove
Trailer Park off SR100.
$475/mth, $300/sec. Call
352-473-3728.
LOVELY RETIREMENT
1BR FURNISHED
APARTMENT with many
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51
Lost/Found
LOST FAMILY PET AT
WHISPERING OAKS
AREA. Red/brown, fat,
neutered, dachshund.
Reward, ,904-364-8241
or 904-364-0321.
52
Animals & Pets
MALE BEAGLES CKC
REGISTERED with shots.
$200each. One3mthold
and one 1 yr old. Call 904-
964-3858.
DOG'TAGS DOG TAGS -
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the Office Shop in Starke
on Call St. Only $4.75,
including postage. Many
colors, shapes and styles
to choose from, Call
904-964-5764 for more
information.
RABBITS FOR SALE $5.
CALL 904-214-4961.
PIT BULL 3.5 YEAR OLD
MALE Neutered, well
trained, house and leash
trained. Looking for a
good family/home with
lots of room to run. Loves
to play fetch, swim and go
for car rides. All shots,
health record available.
$200 negotiable. E-mail
for pics and info, c_gator-
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3 BR home with den/office and lots of storage inside and out.
Nice fenced back yard. Saratoga Heights in Starke

2 BR Apt $450/mth Waterfront Lot Crosby Lake
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www.HomeTownFirstRealty.com Starke, FL
HOMES FOR SALE COMMERCIAL FOR SALE
3BR/1BA, 1260 sf on 2 acres 1500 sf, on 3 lots, fenced, near
........................................... $99,500 courthouse ..................... $150,000

4BR/3BA, 1872 sf /1250 sf 8 Acres on 301 South. Owner says
workshop, storage building bring offers $950,000
......... ......................... $189,000
30+ Acres, 301 North.
3BR/2'/2BA Brick, 2226 sf, custom Call fo"retails.
built in 2006 on 2.8 acres. We have more...Call for details!
........................................$2 79,000 FO

3BR/1BA, game room, family room,
screened porch...............$120,000

3BR/2BA, 2052 sf, carport, game 1 O O RIHO
room, fenced on 5 acres
.................................$179,000 WATERFRONT FOR SALE

3BR/2BA, outside city limits, fenced Lake Sampson, 2-story, dock,
yard, move in ready decks, FP, great buy........ $229,000
3......................................... $ 158,000
Lake Elizabeth, crystal clear lake.
3BR/2BA, near Raiford, paved road, 1+ acre. Homes only......... $119,000
fenced & deck on 1 acre.
.....................................$145,000 Hampton Lake, 125' on water. 2-
story home, 40x50 garage, must see
3BRJ2BA, paved road, shed,. ..........................................$549,000
motivated seller................$95,000 LAND FOR SALE

3BR2BA, MH on 1 acre,near 1, 5 6, 10 Acre tracts for sale.
Brooker. Move in ready. 77 Acres for sale.
.........................................$87,000 Call for more details & more listings.


BEAGLE HUNTING
PUPS for sale. $150
each OBO. Call 904-
796-0750.
MEAT GOATS FOR SALE
-ALLAGES TO CHOOSE
FROM. $30 and up, call
386-496-2779.
53A
Yard Sales
LARGE YARD SALE -, FRI-
DAY AND SATURDAY,
8am-5pm. Riding mower,
push mower, weed eater,
gas generator, pressure'
washer, boat motor and
boat, fishing poles, tools,
clothes, kitchen stuff,
household stuff, games,
toys, crafts, lamps, TV,
VCR, lots of stuff. Turn
on East Market Rd to
stop sign, urn left to Lau-
ra Baptist Church, turn
left on 21st Lane, follow
signs. Call 904-964-7209
for more info.
SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 8AM-
? Baby clothes through
size 6, household items,
baby cribs.
YARD SALE/BAKE SALE
SATURDAY, JUNE 7.
Multi-Family fundraiser.
Photography by Millard
Griffis, furniture, TV,

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Nice selection of
Pre-Owned Refrigerators
Starting at $165
GREAT FOR
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Or RENTAL PROPERTY
904-964-2966
355 N Temple Ave Starke


SE CR100A(Griffis Loop)
Call 904-964-3566.
FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 7:30AM-
12PM. 1037 Meadows
Dr. Home Decor, cloth-
ing (toddler, children's,
women size 4-10, petite
10-12 and 16W-20W),
toys, old 33 records.
SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 8AM-
2PM. Take SR100 to
Epperson to 903 Cypress
St., look for signs.
INSIDE SOUTHERN VIL-
LAS APARTMENTS Fri-
day and Saturday, 8am-
2pm. Cancelled if rain.
HUGE YARD SALE FUR-
NITURE, comforters, lin-
ens, baseball equipment,
Hull dishes and other
collectibles, lots of good-
ies. 20725 NW SR16,
Saturday. 8am-4pm.
2 FAMILY YARD SALE -
SATURDAY, 8AM-? 368
East Mimosa off Bessent
Rd. Household items and
clothes.
BIG YARD SALE FRI-
DAY ONLY. Wedding
stuff, toys, clothes (all
sizes), collectibles and


towards prison, take a left
on CR225, it's a mile on
the right.
CONERLY ESTATES SAT-
URDAY, 8am-12pm. Fol-
low signs.
FOUR FAMILY YARD SALE
Saturday, June 7 at 1003
W Madison St., 8:30am-?
Baby items, furniture, van,
household items, clothes
we have everything you
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SATURDAY, 6/7/08,from
7:30am-? SR100 East
to 71st Ave, across from
Tony's Food Mart. Boat,
clothes, shoes, toys, lots
of misc. items from sev-
eral households.
SATURDAY, 7AM-? 14468
SE CR 100A, Griffis Loop.
Claude Morgan and Amie
Johns.
MULTI FAMILY YARD SALE
AT 640 GLENDALE ST.
Saturday, June 7th. 16W,
take right on Glendale.
5th house on right, 9am-
12pm. Furniture and ap-
pliances. Call 904-964-
6350 for more info.


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in the,city
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7 miles to Heskett Ln, fol-
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2042 for more info.
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FAMILY. 7155 SE 2nd
Place, June 5-7, 8am-
12pm. Signs from Tony's
on Hwy 100. Anitques,.
glassware, china, clocks,
books, collectibles and
more.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
8AM. Antiques, roll top
desk, wicker furniture,
clothes and much more.,
6887 Immokalee Rd
2 FAMILY YARD SALE,
SATURDAY, 8AM-? Huge
variety of nice things.
CR219 in Melrose to Hall
Road, follow signs from
just past Gizmo or just
past Melrose Elementary
School.


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FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
8AM-2PM 7636 Oak
Dr Keystone Heighls
Furniture. tools, etc
53C
Lake Butler
Yard Sales
MULTI FAMILY YARD SALE
54" AND 42" ROUND
antique oak tables, oak
curve front china cabi-
net and other furniture
Clothes, glassware. 2-
53" windows and tools
1/2 mile on SR18 East,
Worthington Springs. Fri-
day, 9am-5pm and Satur-
day. 9am-3pm. Call 386-
496-2554 for more info.
SATURDAY. 9AM-9 TAKE
SR100 FROM LAKE
BUTLER to CR237 S.
turn right, look for 84th
St, turn left. Kids clothes,
baby items, misc. etc.
SW 86TH WAY, SATURDAY,
JUNE 7, 8am-2pm. 1.5
miles south of Lake Butler
on SR121. Lots of baby
items and more.
57
For Sale
37 GALLON TANK TOP
STRIP LIGHT, filter, over-
flow box, salt water, $350.
55 gallon salt water tank
cover filter, light, reef
ready, $650. 90 gallon
salt water tank glass
cover, canopy lights and
,reef ready, $900. Call
904-263-2996.
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $75 and
up each, electric stove,
Written guarantee, de-
livery available. For ap-
pointments, call 904-964-
8801.
-USED COMPUTERS, $99.
WESTERN AUTO IN
STARKE, call 904-964-
6841.
UTILITY TRAILER WITH
RAMPS good for mower


hauling, $395 30' util-
ity trailer with brakes,
wire sides, heavy duty,
easily converted to haul
aluminum cans, etc,
$999 Call904-964-8602,
John
USED CARRIER AC COM-
PRESSOR, 5 TON
Name brand. $295 Call
904-964-8602. John
FREE FIREWOOD
BLACKJACK OAKS You
cut and haul limbs Call
352-473-4616
NEW HAY FOR SALE -
BARN STORED, delivery
available Call 904-964-
8356 or 904-364-6846.
BEDROOM SET FOR SALE
Two years old. Queen
size bed with headboard,
dresser with mirror, two
night stands, $400. Din-
ing room table, two years
old. Mahogany wood with
4 chairs, $300. Call 386-
878-3240.
CORN, PEAS, OKRA, BUT-
TERBEANS, fordhooks,
etc. Readysoon. Locally
grown and irrigated. Call
386-431-1833. Wilkinson
Farm, Raiford.
DJ/KARAOKE EQUIPMENT
FOR SALE Complete
set-up to start your own
business. All necessary
equipment. Call 904-
782-9855.
GUARDIAN GENERATOR -
15,000 WATT with 22,500
surge watts. Never been
used. Residential or
commercial, on wheels,
$1,500. Call 904-635-
9305.
TANA DRUMS 5PC WITH
HARDWARE, CYMBALS
SAND THRONE. Smoke
gray, barely used, $700.
Call 904-635-9305.
COMMERCIAL MOWERS,
DIXIE CHOPPERS,
Gravely, Walker with
leaves box, two lawn trail-
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Large yard with
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-ane 5, 2008 TELEGRAPh eage 11A


Quilting teacher says goodbye to students


BY ARNIE HARRIS
Telegraplh Staff Writer


At the Bradford-Union
Career and Technical Center on
Ma\ 19, the evening quilting
class said a tearful farewell to
its teacher of nine years, Minnie
Redding. She was presented
\\ith a special plaque and a
decorated cake, while food and
refreshments were served.
Redding \as finishing up
nine \ears at the center where
she taught the craft, said her
students, with infinite expertise,
love and patience.
The class of about 12 women
ranged from those who were
just finishing up their first
eight-week session, to those
who had been with the class
since its inception.
Until relatively recently, she
taught the class three times
.a week: Monday night for
beginners; Tuesday night for
advanced quilters and Tuesday
afternoon for senior citizens.
The ladies in the class, who
brought representative samples
of their own quilts, were
unanimous in their praise for
Redding as a teacher of the
craft.
Relative newcomer, Sheryl
Gootee. said she knew almost
nothing about quilting when
she began the class eight weeks
ago, but now, while she still has
a lot to learn,shefeels confident.


She proudly displayed her first
quilt, crafted according to the
"rail fence pattern," a mainstay
for those who are beginners.
Student Abbie Massey, who
has been in Redding's class for
eight years, said that she had
made one quilt before starting
the class.
"I learned so much from
Minnie-all the tricks of the
trade," Massey said.
She said that she has now
made nearly 40 quilts under
Redding's tutelage.
Beckie Burkett, another
student of Redding's and a
teacher at Bradford Middle
School, said that although she
was a skilled at sewing, and
had made a quilt out of her
stepdaughter's sports jerseys,
representing her triumphs at
basketball, track and softball,
she didn't realize how much she
needed to learn until attending
Redding's class.
"She walks you through
it and makes sure you get it
right," Burkett said.
"I had my class at BMS make
a quilt representing the original
13 colonies, which helped them
with history," Burkett said.
She also noted that since
so much of quilting depends
on math, it was very helpful
in teaching her students the
needed FCAT skills.
One idea that came up often
was how "addictive"-in a


positive way- quilting was.
Beckett, in her third year in
Redding's class talked of how
it calms her nerves.
Holding up a quilt, she hal'f-
jokingly commented, "this is
my pills and alcohol!"
The class members said that
they have become a sisterhood,
helping and learning from each
other, and not just in quilting:
In a touching moment,
student Kathy Still presented
a quilt she had made to one
of the students who had just
recovered from a brain tumor
operation.
Prior to teaching at the
center, she taught a quilting bee
at Evergreen Baptist Church in
Lawtey for 10 years, where
she said she herself learned the
craft from senior members of
the parish years ago.
"One day I got a call from
Vo-Tech, which had gotten a
referral from a friend of mine,
asking if I could teach the
quilting class there," Redding
said. "I told them I had no
credentials, but when they saw
my work, that was no longer a
factor," said Redding.
She said that- beginning in
August, one of her students,
Sandra Meadows, would take
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Shamaria Hankerson, (back) teacher Peri Schirrmacher and Paul Still.


Contests
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BY ARNIE HARRIS
Telegraph Staff Writer
The week of May 19-23,
witnessed students at Southside
Elementary School participating
in athletic contests as part of the
Stomp Out Tobacco program.
Co-sponsored by the Bradford
County Health Department,
students in grades two through
five participated in a number


of athletic events-three each
day-including the 400-meter
race, the shuttle run, pop-a-
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throw, push-ups, long jump,
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student's accomplishments in
these events.
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school, honoring those who
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On May 30, four third-grade
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Sponsored by the Bradford
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Regional News
News from Bradford County, Union County and the Lake Region area




Florida's Tebow speaks at Starke church rally


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
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'University of Florida
quarterback Tim Tebow is
used to stepping onto the
football field in front of big
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accomplishments on May 28 in
Starke.
Tebow spoke about his faith
at a youth rally organized by
First Baptist Church of Starke
at Bradford High School's
David Hurse Stadium. It may
have started out as a youth
rally, but people of all ages
were in attendance, with
church groups making the trip
from Keystone Heights,
Melrose, Lake City and even
Chipley.
Joe Fennell, the youth pastor
at Starke's First Baptist
Church, said more than 30
church groups attended. The
total crowd was estimated at
2,500.
"I didn't know it was going
to be a turnout like this,"
Tebow said afterward.
Football was discussed
during the event. Florida
senior wide receiver Louis
Murphy, who was also present,
said he and his teammates are
looking forward to having a
good season.
"We're just trying to make
another run (at the national
championship)," Murphy said.
"I think we can do it."
The sport in which Tebow


Bike Fest
returns to
Starke
June 13-15
Three days of activities and
entertainment, including
headline performers Jimmie
Van Zant and Blackfoot, will
make up the third annual
Starke Bike Festival, which
begins Friday, June 13, at the
Bradford County Fairgrounds.
Admission to the event,
which is presented by the
North Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce, is $10
per day or $25 for the entire
three days. On-site RV parking
will be available ($60 in
advance) as well as free bike
parking, free tent camping and
free showers.
Contests and door prizes
will be a part of this year's
event as well, as will three
types of bike shows sponsored
by the Rat's Hole Custom Bike
Shows Inc. Old-school bobbers
will be presented on June 13,
while the World Famous Rat's
Hole Custom Chopper Show
will take place on June 14. A
Metric Madness show is
scheduled for June 15.
The Rat's Hole will also
operate a bar area on June 13-
14. The bar opens at 10 a.m.
each of those days.
This year's festival starts at
10 a.m. on June 13 with
contests and door prizes until
noon. The Rat's Hole shows
and a poker run are slated for
noon-4 p.m. The bands
Diamond Back, Midnight Run
and Cellfish will play at 4
p.m., 6 p.m. and 8 p.m.
The Rat's Hole bar will have
a stage as well. The band 3DM
will play there at 8 p.m. on
June 13.
Van Zant will perform at 10
p.m. on June 13. The show
will also be presented in
simulcast in the bar.
The band Core will play at
11 p.m. on the bar stage.
The day of June 14 begins
with a free pancake breakfast
from 8 a.m. until.10 a.m. Rat's
Hole shows are scheduled


has made a name for himself,
however, is not the most
important thing in his life.
Tebow said he is like any other
college player in that he has


dreams of playing in the NFL,
but he said unlike many of
those players, that is not his
ultimate goal.
"Football is a means to an


end," Tebow said. "I love
playing football, and I do it
with all my heart, but there is
something that's more
important. I use football to


have that platform to do what
is most important to me, and
that is share my faith."
After the event, Tebow said
because of the success he's


had at Florida, he gets many
opportunities to do just that.
He is not able to accept all of


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the May 22 issue on Col.
Ronald Strong's retirement
from the Army omitted the
names of three of his brothers:
Robert Green and Eddie L.
Holmes of Starke and Gerald
Simmons of Killeen, Texas.
Strong is a 1970 graduate of
Bradford High School who
served more than 30 years. He
was the'installation chaplain at
Fort Eustis in Newport News,
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Dancers (I-r) Amanda Spires, Lindsey Saunders, Michaela Shannon, Connie
Driggers and Chelsey Crews rehearse earlier this week in preparation of this
weekend's recital, which will feature dances performed by all of Kelly Christie's
classes.



Creating a dance of faith


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer.
Teachers, in presenting a
lesson to their students, can
many times learn something as
well.
That is exactly what
happened to Kelly Christie,
who in trying to get her
Sunday school class to
consider the ministry
opportunities available in real
life was inspired to present a
'dance recital as a way to praise
God.
S'Praise Him with the
Dance," presented by Kelly
Christie Dance Academy, will
take place this Friday and
Saturday, June 6-7, at the
Union County High School
auditorium at 7 p.m. each
night. Admission is $5 at the
Door.
The recital, which will
feature performances by all of
Christie's dance classes as well
as vocalists and musicians
from the community, will
present stories from the Bible
in symbolic form.
Christie, a 1998 Union
County High School graduate,
said the recital should be a
unique experience. She has
never heard of a private dance
studio putting on this type of
performance, but she is not
nerious at all about how the
recital.will go or how it vill be,
received. First and foremost,
she said, her audience is God.
He will be pleased with the
recital because he knows
what's in her heart, she said.
"I know this is what God
wants me to do, so I'm inot
worried about acceptance,"
Christie said. "I'm not worried
about (people) liking it
because I know they will."
Christie has served God in
various capacities through her
church-First Baptist of Lake
Butler. She teaches a Sunday
school class for high-school-
aged girls, and she and her
husband, Michael, also handle
the church's college and career
'ministry on Motday nights.
Also, Christie said she


already uses her business as a
type of ministry, sharing her
faith with her students, inviting
them to church and praying
before performances. Putting
on a recital, though, as a type
of ministry never crossed
Christie's mind before.
It was while preparing for a
Sunday school lesson that the
thought crossed her mind. She
was working on a lesson on
using everyday things in your
life as a ministry opportunity.
Christie was having a hard
time coming up with


applications for her lesson. All
that kept popping into her
head,: she said, was her
business.
"I finally thought, well,
maybe a performance should
be focused on Christ," Christie
said. "Once I thought that, it
was almost like, 'Yeah, that's
it.' From there, it just kind of
took off."
Christie said a seed for such
a performance was planted in
her mind by two professional

See DANCE, p. 9B


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the Baptist College of Florida,
where he is pursuing a degree
in Christian media and
ministry.
The wedding is set for
Friday, July 25, 2008, at First
United Methodist Church of
Panama City.


Tiffany R. Gatlin and
Kenneth D. Sellers Jr.

Gatlin and
Sellers to wed
Melinda and William Gatlin
Jr. of Lawtey announce the
engagement and upcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Tiffany R. Gatlin, to Kenneth
D. Sellers Jr., son of Dale and
Kim Sellers of Starke.
Both the bride-.and groom-
elect are graduates of Bradford
High School.
The wedding is set to take
place on Saturday, June 7,
008 in St. Augustine at 7p.m.
The reception will take place
in Palencia. Invitations are
being sent.

Sager and.
Williams are
engaged
i Bruce and Kim Dunderstadt
Of Panama City and Bill and
Debbie Sager of San Diego,
Calif., announce t-he
engagement of their daughter
Breanna Michelle Sager to
Charles Michael Williams II,
sbn of Mr. And Mrs Charles
Williams of Starke.
The bride-elect is a 2003
graduate of Washington High
School in Pensacola. She is
currently a junior at the Baptist
College of Florida, where she
is pursuing a degree in
education.
i The groom-elect is a.2003
graduate of Bradford High
School. He is also a junior at


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anniversary
Sonny and Lane Tenly will
be celebrating their 50h
wedding anniversary on
Saturday, June 14, 2008.
The couple \\ill be honored
Siihi ''a reception at First


Bethany Robbins and
Bryan Perryman


Robbins and
Perryman will
marry
Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Robbins of Portales, New
Mexico announce the
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Bethany Robbins of
Atlanta, Ga. to Bryan
Perryman of Atlanta, Ga. He
is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mark Perryman of Keystone
Heights.
The couple will exchange
vows June 28, 2008 at the
Loretto Chapel in Santa Fe,
N.M. A reception dinner will
follow at La Casa Sena
Restaurant.
The bride-elect is a 2004
graduate of Texas A&M
University. She is employed as
a partner services coordinator
for the Atlanta Braves.
The groom-elect is a
graduate of the Massachusetts
institute of Technology. He is
employed as a management
consultant for McKinsey &
Company in Atlanta.
Following the wedding, the
couple will reside in Atlanta.

Baptist Church of Starke, in
the fellowship hall from 2-4
p.m. The reception will be
hosted by the couple's
children Kim Landry, Sonya
Baldree and Dale Tenly and by
their grandchildren.
Family and friends are
invited to join the couple in
celebration. For more
information call Sonja during
the day at (904) 966-6069 or in
the evening at (904) 964-4391.


Starke
Kiwanis poker
tournament is
June 13
The Kiwanis Club of Starke
will be holding a Texas
hold'em poker tournament on
Friday, June 13, at the Starke
Golf and Country Club.
The fee to enter is $50.
Registration will. begin at 6
p.m., with play beginning at
6:30 p.m.
Food and drinks will be
available.
For more information,
please call Warren Carver at
(904) 964-7434.
Kids can sign
up now for
Starke Rec.
summer camp
Those interested in enrolling
their children in the Starke
Recreation Department's
summer camp may do so now
through June 13.
Cost of 'the camp, which
runs eight weeks, is $200. The
first day for campers is
Monday, June 16, at the
Bradford Middle School gym
from 7 a.m. until 6 p.m.
If you are interested in
learning more about this


summer program, please call
the Starke Recreation
Department at (904) 964-6792.

BHS grad
earns honors
at Saint Leo
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Jonathan Duncan, a 2005
Bradford High School
graduate, has made his mark in
his first year on the Saint Leo
University baseball team,
earning all-conference and
National Collegiate Baseball
Writers Association honors.
Duncan, a second baseman
who played two years at Santa
Fe Community College, was a
first-team All-Sunshine State
Conference. selection along
with two other Saint Leo
juniors: outfielder TJ. Alonzo
and catcher Braulio Pardo.
That same trio later earned
second-team All-South Region
honors from the National
Collegiate Bhseball Writers
Association.
Playing in 47 of 52 games
and starting 46, Duncan batted
.341 and drove in 48 runs,
ranking fourth on the team in
each category. He hit nine
doubles (fifth on the team),
two triples (tied for second)
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this past season. Photo by Saint Leo Athletics
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Thanks for all
the help
Dear Editor:
I am a 54 -year-old mother
of three (a 24-year-old and 17-
year-old twins) and a former
hou semaid..IL-was- -a-stay-art
home wife and mom for 15
years who never strayed far
from home-which is
Middleburg.
Any errands were in
Middleburg or Orange Park. I
didn't even know Starke
existed until last August.
That's when I learned of Starke
and so many more things,
thanks to a place in Starke.
I'm an licensed practical
nurse student at Bradford-
Union Area Career Technical
Center, and am on the verge of
graduating. This letter is my
heartfelt "thank you" to the
school and my instructors.
When this journey began last
August, I was afraid I wouldn't
be smart enough to make it
through to the end, since it had
been more than 30 years-since
I've been in school. Right from
the beginning, we were told
the course would probably be
the hardest thing we have ever
"done and we would have to put
our life on hola so we could
concentrate, study, live and
breathe nursing-whatever it
took to pass this program.
We were never lied to about
the amount of effort and. time
we would have to put into this.
Mr. Starling came to our
classroom more than once to
try to encourage us and offer
any assistance we felt we
might need. He said his door
was open and we could speak
C freely to him anytime we felt a
need-which I did and he was
honest, helpful and kind.
Our instructors Pam Harvey
(program -- head), Valerie
Jackson (instructor), Teresa
Jackson (PCT instructor and
our tutor)-they also were
right up front and totally
honest about what we could
expect and what would be
required of us, if we wanted to
succeed. They have all gone
far above what is required of
them, doing anything they can
to see that we reach our goals
of becoming LPNs.
I am inspired by,_in awe,_o_..
-and- -excitd- Fy th eir
knowledge, patience and
devotion to us as individuals
and a class, and their
encouragement. Ms. Harvey
arranged for us to do clinical
at the Starke Health
Department, Shands Starke
and UF Shands, Shands/Starke
Medical Group, the VA,
Gainesville public schools,
Windsor Manor, and Bradford
Terrace.
Every facility we've been to
has been a wonderful learning
experience and had great
employees willing to help us. I
was amazed with the
experiences I've been able to
watch and participate in. I have
been blessed to have watched
the birth of a baby and to help
care for a dying person, before
and after death.
I never realized how very
much there is to learn and live
before I came to Bradford-
Union Area Career Technical
Center. Much to some people's
dismay and Ms. Harvey's
delight, I've discovered I have
an insatiable curiosity for


almost everything we have and
are learning and doing.
I've become infamous for
my never-ending questions and
complete wonderment, awe
and excitement.
I've learned that I AM smart
enough to make it through to
the end and that I can continue
to enjoy learning and all it
entails. For that, and so very
much more, I am totally and
eternally grateful to Mr.
Starling, Pam Harvey, Valerie
Jackson and Teresa Jackson.
You are all admired and
appreciated.
And last, but not least, I am
grateful that I discovered there
is a town called Starke with a
school called Bradford-Union
Area Career Technical Center
that allowed me to attend it.
Sincerely,
Patty Williams,
SPN
(Student Practical Nurse)

Save the
chorus
program
Letter to the Editor:
After a distinguished 30-
year career, BHS choral
director Don Hardy held his
final concert May 22, 2008.
Past students from three
decades joined the audience in
one last standing ovation to a
job well done. It is the love of
all of the students for the
choral art and their favorite
teacher, Mr. Hardy that moves
me to write this letter to the
editor. I seek the support of a
community and a mandate in
Bradford County to spare one
teaching unit, the choral
director position at BHS, from
a likely deathblow.
The state of Florida has
mandated budget cuts to the
county's $28 million education
budget by mandating a $1.2
million budget cut, or 4.3
,percent of the total,budget. The
budget crisis is legitimate and
has been met head on with,
creative ideas from our five-
member school board and
some administrators; the
problem is that not all
understand the gravity, of-what
is being proposed in terms of


cuts to the choral program.
Those that recommend that the
county meet 10 percent of the
target by eliminating 90-100
percent of a choral program
must be told that their idea is
not acceptable.
To date we have heard that
the elimination of the choral
program is temporary, -bt--
students wanting the option of
chorus at BMS and BHS next-
year, don't see it that way.
Everyone I have spoken to
says they don't want this as a
solution. Mr. Hardy has
already proposed a better way,
and that is to spare one of the
only two teaching units
dedicated to choral music at
BMS and BHS and hire a
director to teach at both
schools. After all, he built the
program back by doing just
that for nine years. We must
reject the idea that a part-time
"choral director" as an expense
rather than a salary is a
temporary solution. It proposes
that choral music should give
up all that it has, i.e. two of the
20 positions that are being cut,
and be the sacrificial lamb.
Choral music is the last place
in public schools where
students can use their God-
given talent to express in both
words and music what is at the
very core of the human spirit.
I hope that the pride
Bradford County citizens take
in choral music, will unite
them in rejecting the proposed
cut of an entire program, and
mandate the consolidation of
choral duties into one position.
With one teaching unit at two
schools, the county would still
realize $60,000 savings. There
is an idea going around that
one class per day is all we can
do as a temporary fix; that is
not the best we can do, but it's
up to the public to let their
elected officials know that. A
ground swell from our public
can reverse these proposals, so
students at two schools will be
able to bring their free God-
given, in-trument,t to the
classroom, enjoying as well as
learning from the inspirations
that lie within the choral art. -
- Sincerely,
Esther R. Hardy
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The Bradford High School graduating classes of 1948-56 are honoring former
principal Charles S. Partin by giving a $5,000 donation to Santa Fe Community
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Melba, are both deceased, but knew of the plans of this donation. Members of the
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Starke man
faces more
rape charges
A 42-year-old Starke man
arrested last week for raping a
13-year-old, now faces
additional charges involving
two other victims,.
George Randall Crews was
charged May 28 by Sgt. Robert
Smith with 20 counts of
sexual battery and 10 counts of
sexual battery. During the past
three years, the two victims,
ages 10 and 12, were exposed
to multiple sexual acts,
including intercourse, Sgt.
Smith said.
The children have been
removed from the area and now
reside in another state, Sgt.
Smith said.
Crews remains in custody
under bonds totalling
$900,000.

Man charged
in store
burglary
A 22-year-old man with a
Starke address was arrested June
2 for stealing clothing from
Uniks Fashions in downtown
Starke.
Christopher Collins, who
has prior addresses in Union
and Alachua, confessed to
entering the store during the
night of April 17, according to
Investigations Sgt. Kevin
Mueller. Collins admitted to
removing 12 pairs of Nike
shoes, 20 shirts and 20 pairs of
pants. The clothing was taken
by Collins to Orange. Park
where he said he sold the
clothing out of his vehicle to
individuals, Sgt. Mueller said.
Value of the the stolen
merchandise was $10,000.
Collins was charged by Sgt.
Mueller with burglary and
grand theft. His bond was set at
$30,000.


3 arrested
for
shoplifting
Three women were arrested
May 27. for stealing
merchandise from Bealls Outlet
in Starke
Ashley Smith, 24, of
Starke, Shannon Rae McNeil,
25, of Keystone Heights and
Veronica Lee Seymour, 21, of
Starke were charged with
shoplifting by Patrolman Clint
Lockhart. The three were seen
on video as they placed
merchandise in their purses.
One of the suspects paid for
some merchandise, Patrolman
Lockhart said. They then left
the store without paying for
the clothing in their purses
and/or their pants, Patrolman
Lockhart said.
Total value of the stolen
merchandise was $215.20.
Ashley, McNeil and
Seymour were released from
custody after $1,000 surety
bonds were posted.

2 face
drug charges
Two individuals were
arrested May 29 in .the
Speedville area on drug
charges.
A traffic stop on Southeast
35th Street found the driver did
not have a license, according to
Bradford Cpl. Thomas Sapp.
During a search the deputies
found bags of marijuana that






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plastic bag with cocaine
residue, Cpl. Sapp said.
Tavores Mondez Ivey, 20,
of Melrose was charged with
driving while license suspended
or revoked, possession of
cocaine and possession of
controlled substance with
intent to sell, Cpl. Sapp said.
Ivey had $238 in his pocket
with no apparent legal means
of obtaining that amount of
currency, Cpl. Sapp said. He
was released after a $25,000
surety bond was posted.
Jeremy James Hutchinson,
20, of Melrose was charged
with possession of cannabis.
Hutchinson had in his
possession $5,540 in currency.
He is unemployed and has no
apparent legal means to
possess that amount of money,
Cpl. Sapp said. A $1,000
surety bond was posted for
Hutchinson's release from
custody.


Recent arrest
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union
County:
Jeremy James Hutchinson,
20, of Melrose and Ronald
Lenard Ray, 39, of Hawthorne
were arrested May 28 by
Bradford Cpl. Thomas Sapp for
grand theft motor vehicle. The
two men were found in a 1990
Toyota that was parked at
Speedville Community Park.
A computer check of the tag
indicated the vehicle was
reported stolen from Alachua
County, Cpl. Sapp said. The
stories varied as to why the
two were in the Toyota, Cpl.
Sapp said. Ray remains in
custody under a $10,000 bond.
Hutchinson was released after a
$10,000 surety bond was
posted.
Earl Bernard Green, 36, of
Lawtey was arrested May 29 by
Lawtey Patrolman M.W.
Starling for felony battery.
Green was charged with
pushing the victim to "the
ground and attempting to choke


her, Patrolman Starling said.
He allegedly threw the victim
into a car prior to the
confrontation. The victim
refused medical treatment,
Patrolman Starling said.
Green's bond was set at
$5,000.
Michael Delano Scott, 34,
of Starke was arrested May 30
by Bradford Deputy R.V.
Melton for battery domestic.
Scott -was charged with
shoving the victim during an
argument. A $1,000 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custody.

Salustrio Pavon, 39, of
Starke was arrested June 1 by
Bradford Deputy Josh Luke for
simple battery and on a warrant
for failure to appear with bond
Asset at $2,000. When deputies
attempted to arrest Pavon,
Phaedra A. Coleman obstructed
their attempts, Deputy Luke
said., She continued and was
placed under arrest. She then
pulled away from the deputies.
Coleman, 25, was charged with
two counts of resisting an
officer without violence.
Surety bonds totalling $1,000
were posted for her release from
custody.
Ronnie L. Seay, 36, and
Victoria L. Starling, 26, both
of Brooker, were arrested June
1 by Deputy Luke for domestic
battery. Seay was charged with
slapping the victim in the head
during an argument. He later
grabbed the victim by her neck
and threw her onto- the floor
after she threw a plastic
drinking cup at him, Deputy
Luke said. Starling also
grabbed Seay's head as he
attempted to leave the
residence, Deputy Luke said.
Tommy Phillip Johnson,
57, of Starke was arrested May
28 by Starke Patrolman James
Stutler for domestic battery.
Johnson was charged with
hitting the victim in the face.
Bond was set at $ 1,000.
Darrell Jenkins, 42, of
Orange Park was arrested June
2 by Starke Patrolman P.A.
King for resisting an officer
with violence and possession
of drug paraphernalia. Jenkins'
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displaying a tag not assigned.
While the car was searched,
Jenkins was concealing
something in his hand and
refused to show the officer.
Jenkins pushed the officer, and
Patrolman Mark Lowery used
his Taser. Jenkins continued to
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found during the.scffle. ...
Larry D. Highsmith, 49, of
Starke was arrested May 28 by
Patrolman King for dealing in
stolen property. Highsmith
was charged with selling a
piece of stolen copper wire to a
local recycling center for $4.
The copper had been stolen
from an air-conditioning unit at
The Mattress Factory,
Patrolman King said. Bond was
set at $10,000.
Melissa Elizabeth Hall, 37,
of Starke was arrested May 30
by Starke Patrolman Michelle
Davis for giving alcoholic
beverage to person under 21.
Hall admitted to giving a wine
cooler to a 17-year-old. She
was released from custody after
a $500 surety bond was posted.
Allen Lee Williams, 26, of
Lawtey was arrested May 31 by
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Williams' 1996 Pontiac was
stopped on West Market Road,
Trooper Hattle said. A
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Williams was booked into the
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Timothy John Fox, 19, of
Starke was arrested May 27 by
Starke Patrolman Shawn
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cannabis and possession of
drug "' paraphernalia. Two
marijuana cigarettes and a pipe
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a search of his vehicle in a
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Kristie Miller, 38, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 27 by Clay deputies for
trespass occupied structure.


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SKeystone Heights was arrested
May 31 by Clay Deputy C.P.
Redmond for attempted
burglary to occupied dwelling.
Keppel entered a home at 3:02
a.m. on Orchid Avenue. He
was surprised by the: home
owner who detained him until
deputies arrived. Keppel
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Redmond said.
Stephanie Mcleoud Goad,
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Hodges for retail theft. Goad
was charged with placing two
food items in her purse while
in the store without paying for
them. The items were valued at
$3.58.
Willie Tisdale, 51, of
Starke was arrested May 29 by
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Keystone Heights was arrested
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Starke man
dies in crash
A 43-year-old Starke man
was killed May 22 in a single-
vehicle crash on I- 10.
Thomas Acey Paladino,
driving a 2007 Ford F-250,
was eastbound on I-10 when
his vehicle travelled off the
roadway and onto the north
shoulder, striking a tree,
according to the Florida
Highway Patrol.
The crash occurred one mile
east of S.R. 53 in Madison
County at 9:40 p.m.
Paladino was pronounced
dead at Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital. He was not wearing a
seat belt, troopers said.

Information
needed on
May 31 crash
The family and horses
escaped serious injury May 31,
but help is needed in
identifying the vehicle
responsible for the crash.
A Union County family
travelling home Saturday night
from a horse show in
Jacksonville were involved in a
crash on C.R. 225A at C.R.
125 just outside of Lawtey.
At 11:30 p.m., the family,
in a 2004 Ford truck pulling -a
horse trailer with two horses,
saw a parked truck in the
eastbound lane.
Wendell Paul Huntley, the
driver of the Ford, slowed but
was unable to stop when he
saw the parked truck was
pulling a flatbed trailer that
was in Huntley's travel lane.
The Ford hit the trailer,
which blew a front tire.
Huntley lost control, and the
horse trailer started fishtailing,
eventually passing the truck,
which jackknifed. The truck
went into a ditch, coming to
rest at a concrete culvert. The
tires came off the rims, and the
steering rod snapped in half.
There were no injuries, but
a lot of damage was sustained,
Florida Highway Patrol
troopers said.


The truck and flatbed in the
roadway that caused the crash
left the scene. There was
damage to the flatbed.
Anyone with information
concerning the crash is asked to
contact the Florida Highway
Patrol:
Editor's note: The Huntley
family expressed appreciation
for those who did stop to offer
assistance to them.

Recent
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union
County:
Vincent Bradley Griffis, 49,
of Starke was arrested June 1
by Patrolman Davis on a
warrant for failure to return
rental property over $300.
Bond was set at $2,000 on the
charge.
Jonathan Craig Coleman,
33, of Keystone Heights was
arrested May 29 by Clay
deputies on a warrant for
contempt of court no
motorcycle endorsement. Bond
was set at $229 cash only.
John David Tetstone, 35, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 29 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for worthless check.
Bond was set at $225.

Nathan Goode, 25, of
Melrose was arrested May 28
by Clay deputies for trespass of
structure and resisting or
obstruction of officer.

Tony Ervin Paytee Jr., 30,
of Lake Butler was arrested
May 29 by Bradford Sgt.
Robert Lyons on a warrant
from Union County for felony
aggravated battery with no
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theft. A $2,500 surety bond
was posted for her release from
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Teddy Blevins, 19, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
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deputies on a warrant for
contempt of court disorderly
intoxication. Bond was set at
$289.50 cash only.

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Barbara Frazier, 41, of
Starke was arrested May 30 by
Starke Patrolman Clint
Lockhart for driving under the
influence (DUI). Frazier's
blood-alcohol level was .34
percent when her 1986 Volvo
was stopped at 1:41 p.m. on
S.R. 100 at Pratt Street. She
was additionally charged with
refusing to sign the citation.
Bond was set at $5,000. \
James Walter Mullis Jr.,
54, of Keystone Heights was
arrested June 1 by Clay Deputy
M.J. Maertz for DUI, driving
while license suspended or


revoked (DWLS) knowingly
and leaving the scene of an
accident with property damage.
Christine Marie Butler, 42,
of Orange Park was arrested
June 2 by Bradford Deputy
Keith Mclnnis for driving
while license suspended or
revoked (DWLS) with
knowledge. Butler was also
charged on warrants from Clay
County for failure to appear
DWLS with bond set at $5,002
and from Alachua County for
failure to appear vehicle theft
and fraud (failure to return hired
vehicle) with total bond set at
$60,000. 'Kevin Clark, a
passenger in the vehicle, was
also charged on a Clay warrant
for failure to appear DWLS.
Bond was set at $752 for
Clark, 45, of Orange Park,
Deputy Mclnnis said.
Jesse Tomlinson, 18, of
Melrose was arrested June 2 by
Clay deputies for DWLS and
no vehicle registration.
Santos Humberto Munoz,
41, of Jacksonville was arrested
May 30 by Hampton
patrolmen for DWLS. He was
released after a $500 cash bond
was posted.
Joshua Allen Matthews, 24,
of Lawtey was arrested May 31
by Starke Patrolman Jason
Crosby for DWLS with
knowledge. Bond was set at
$500.

Randall Green Pass, 52, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 29 by Clay deputies on
warrants for failure to appear
possession of cocaine,
possession of drug
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William James Reed Jr.,
22, of Lawtey was arrested
May 29 for DWLS. He was
released after a $500 surety
bond was posted.

Craig Kevin Brown, 39, of
Gainesville was arrested May
30 at C.R. 18 and U.S. 301 for
DWLS. A $500 surety bond
was posted for his release from
custody.

Kelon Edward Yown, 48, of
Middleburg was arrested May
27 for DWLS. A $500 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custody.


William David Marchant,
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25 for no valid driver's license.
Bond was set at $2,000.
Aaron Jordan Moore, 31, of
Melrose was arrested May 28
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Marta McMurtrie


Marta
McMurtrie
STARKE- Marta E. "Nanny"
Malmsjo McMurtrie, 86, of Starke
died Sunday, June 1, 2008, of
leukemia and chronic illness at the
home of her two daughters in
Starke.
Mrs. McMurtrie was born in
Long Island, N.Y., on June 5,
1921. She lived in New York and
Connecticut before moving to
Starke in November of 1964. She
w\as of the Methodist faith.
Mrs. McMurtrie graduated from
Pleasantville High School and
attended Penn State University.
She was a Girl Scout leader for
more than 10 years and a Revlon,
model in New York. She was also
foster mother to Lynn, Laurie,
Cindy and Jill. She worked as. a
practical nurse 'while living up
north and then worked at the
Bradford County Hospital,
Sunland Training Center, and in
private duty in homes.
Mrs. McMurtrie is survived by:
daughters, Marta Bramble of
Alachua, Sally Lobraico of
Sherman, Conn., Jessie Griffis
Rogers of Starke, Jamie Reiman
of Lake Butler, and Barbara
Gloria of Starke; 17
grandchildren, 36 great-
grandchildren and two great-great-
grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by:
her husband, James L. McMurtrie;
her parents, Albert and Marta
Malmsjo: a sister, Louise Martin;
a bother, Albert Malmsjo; and a
son-in-law, Billy Griffis of Starke.
There will be no visitation. A
private memorial service will be
held at a later date under the care
of Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler.

Mary Baugess
STARKE--Miry Amanda
Baugess, 36, of Starke, died on
Friday, May 23, 2008.
Ms. Baugess was born on
March 7, 1972, to Larry Baugess
and Deloris C. Baugess. She was a


lifelong resident of Starke and was
of the Baptist faith.
Ms. Baugess is survived by:
brothers, Albert Baugess, Richard
Baugess, James Ray Harris and
Daniel Eaves: and sisters, Loretta
Westberry and Miranda Harris.
Gra\eside Services were held
on May 30 at Keystone Cemetery
with Pastor Jimmy Scott
conducting the services.
Arrangements were under the care
of Archie Tanner Funeral Services
of Starke.

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CALLAHAN Robert
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May 24, 2008.
Mr. Cornwall is survived by:
his parents, Robert Gerald
Cornwall Sr. of Hawthorne and
Dianne Cornwall of Callahan; a
sister, Michelle Regulacion;
children, Issabella, Elijah, Hannah
and Madison Regulacion of
Callahan; a brother, Patrick Shan
Cornwall of Callahan;
grandparent, Carlos "Papa"
Ussery of Callahan; and fiancee,
Jessica Hajosch of Keystone
Heights.
Funeral services were on May
30 at Crossroads Family Worship
Center in Callahan with the Rev.
Herb Phinazee conducting the
services. Interment was in Live
Oak Cemetery under the care of
Callahan Funeral Home.


Ethel Hardee-Miness

Ethel Hardee-Miness


Ethel Miness
STARKE-Ethel Hardee-
Miness, 86, of Starke, passed
away on May 29, 2008.
She was born on Feb. 16, 1922,
to'David R. Howard and Emma I.
Fulton. She was a lifelong resident
of Starke, but lived in Georgia for
many years. She was of the
Baptist faith.
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She was preceded in death by:
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Clinton H. Miness, a
granddaughter; Carol. Ann
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Funeral services were held on
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Pastor Jimmy Scott officiating.
The family received friends on
Sunday, June 1, from 3-5 p.m. in
the funeral home chapel.
Arrangements were under the care
Archie Tanner Funeral Services of
Starke.
PAID OBITUARY

Mark Kincaid
LAKE BUTLER-Mark
Kincaid, 45, of Lake Butler died
Thursday, May 29, 2008,
following an extended illness.
Mr. Kincaid was a correctional
officer at Florida State Prison for
24 years before retiring'.
Mr. Kincaid is survived by: his
wife, Rhonda Kincaid of Lake
Butler; a son, John "Bean"
Kincaid of Gainesville;.
stepchildren, Meagan Nease of
Beaufort, S.C., and Matthew
Hatch of Old Town; his parents,
Barbara and John Sullivan of
Cookeville, Tenn.; a brother,
Chuck Kincaid of Key Largo; a
sister, Karen Kincaid of Memphis,
Tenn.; and one grandchild.
A memorial service for Mr.
Kincaid will be held in St.
Augustine on Saturday, June 21.
Interment will be at a later date
under the care of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler.

Allen Parrish
LAKE BUTLER-Allen
Parrish, 65, of Lake Butler died
Saturday, May 31, 2008, at his
home.
Mr. Parrish, was a lifelong
resident of Union County. He was
the son of Steve and Linnie
Waters Parrish. He was a
carpenter by trade and was a
member of the First Christian
Church of Lake Butler.
Mr. Parrish is survived by: a
son, Blake Parrish of Lake Butler;
daughters, Annette May of Ocala,
Rhonda Jones of Middleburg, and
Lorri Miller of High Springs;
brothers, Stephen Alfred Parrish
and Jay Parrish, both of Lake
Butler; sisters, Gere D.-,u;_l's
trene Parrish and Elizabeth
Dotfglas, all of Lake Butler; eight
grandchildren and three. great-
grandchildren.

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care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home.
PAID OBITUARY

Annie Taylor
RAIFORD-Annie Odessa
McRae Taylor, 82, of Raiford died
SundayJune 1, 2008, at her home
following a brief illness.


Mrs. Taylor was born in Starke
as the daughter of Harley M.
McRae and Ardelia Johns McRae.
She had lived in Raiford since
1959.
She was a secretary with the
Department of Corrections and
retired after 30 years of service.
She was the secretary and
treasurer for the First Baptist
Church of Raiford, where she was
a member.
Mrs. Taylor was a member of
the Order of the Eastern Star Lake
Butler Chapter #40 and the
Women of the Moose Lodge.
#1399 in Lake City,
Mrs.. Taylor is survived by:
daughters, Charlene Taylor
Puesehel of Lake City and Mary
Taylor Griffis of Providence; a
son, Robert E.,Taylor Jr. of Lake
City; a brother, Owen McRae,of
Starke; and four grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by:.
her husband, Robert E. Taylor Sr.,
and 10 of her siblings.
,Funeral services for Mrs.
Taylor were held June 4 in the
First Baptist Church of Raiford
with the Rev. Steve Haskell and
the Rev. Joe Murphy conducting
the services. Interment followed in
Sapp Cemetery in Raiford under
the care of Archer Funeral Home
of Lake Butler.


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Sarah Nelson
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Sarah Alma (S.A.) Nelson, 88, of
Keystone Heights passed away
peacefully the morning of
Saturday, May 31, 2008; at the
Roberts Hospice Care, Center in
Palatka, following an extended
illness.
She was born in McAlpin on
Dec. 13, 1919. Prior to her
retirement, she was manager of
the school lunch program in
Zephyrhills. After moving to
Starke in 1950, she became
manager of the Starke Elementary
lunch program and eventually
became manager with the
Bradford County school lunch
program.
She was the first teacher of the
culinary arts program at the
Bradford County Vocational
School. Additionally, she
managed the Camp Montgomery
Conference Center and
Presbyterian Church Camp.
She is survived by: her
husband, John W. Nelson; a
daughter, Sonia Seigler of
Melrose; a son, Theron C. Hunter
of Keystone Heights; three
grandchildren, Adam T. Hunter of
Orlando, Renee (spouse Max)
Williford of Lake Asbury and
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Tigers shake off slow start, defeat Hornets 20-6


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Stiff 'lrilter
It was not the best of starts
for the Union County football
team, but the Tigers stiffened
defensively and were able to
start moving the ball
offensive\ in a 20-6 \\in over
host Hawthorne in a spring
classic on May 29.
The Hornets came out and
d ro\e 75 yards for' a
touchdown to open the game.
The Tigers. after gaining three
first downs on offense, then
had to punt the ball.
It left Union head coach
Andrei\ Zow wondering just
ho\\ his team would respond.
What the Tigers did was hold
Hawthorne to 39 yards the rest
of the half, return a fumble for
a score and score twice on
drives engineered by two
different quarterbacks.
"The guys showed their
hearts and showed their
.determination," Zow said.
Defensively, the Tigers
forced two turnovers and made
two stops on fourth-down
plays on six possessions
following Hawthorne's game-
opening drive. The Horents did
put together a lengthy drive
late in the game against some
of Union's younger players
and players who had been
seeing action on both sides of
the ball.
Zow said several players
were suffering from fatigue as
.the game wore on, but he said
those players also understand
they have to work hard in
order to play on both sides of
the ball throughout the course
of a game.
"They know they have to be
in shape," Zow said. 'They
know they have to work hard.
They've done a little bit of that-
already, but I'm looking for
them to work even harder in
the offseason to be able to go


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and at 1 p.m. on June 22.
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both \\ays. Right now, I think
our lguys are struggling to go
both \\as. They'll gel better."
Ha\wthorne, after going up 6-
0 not even two minutes into
the game, gained a first down
on its' second possession, but
the Tigers finally made a
defensive stop. The Hornets
were facing a fourth-and-1
from their own 35, but lan
Anderson dropped Hawthorne
running back Aaron Harriett
for a 5-yard loss, giving the
Tigers the ball at the
Hawthorne 30.
Union running back Deven
Perry, who suffered an injury
in last year's spring game
against Hawthorne, was
dropped for a 1-yard loss on
his first carry, but he carried
the ball three consecutive
tines after that, gaining 22
yards to the 9-yard line. The
Tigers were forced into fourth-
Sand-goal from the 7 when wide
receiver Adam Cason just
missed coming up with a pass
from quarterback Chris
Alexander after falling down
in the end zone.
Alexander did it himself on
fourth down, keeping the ball
when he couldn't find an open
receiver and scoring on a 7-
yard run with 5:14 to play in
the second quarter. Perry was
stopped short of the goal line
on the two-point attempt,
leaving it a 6-all game.
Harriett got the Hornets
moving afterward when he
ripped off a 13-yard run to the
Hawthorne 38-yard line.
However, Givens returned a
fumble on the next play to give
the Tigers a 12-6 lead.
Union forced Hawthorne to
go three-and-out on the
ensuing series. Ian Anderson
tackled Hawthorne's David
Pittman for a loss of 3 yards on
third-and-5, forcing the
Hornets to punt.
Hawthorne, after forcing
Union to go three-and-out to
open the second half, was
facing third-and-inches from
the Union 41. Harriett, who
was initially hit in the
backfield by Anderson, was


dropped for no gain by Aaron
McRae. The Hornets went for
it on fourth down, Anderson
and McRae teamed up again to
make a tackle for no gain.
Alvin Jcrnigan played
quarterback for the Tigers on
their second series of the
second half. He competed
consecutive passes of 31 yards
to Andres Estrada and 9 yards
to Cason, with Cason's
reception giving the Tigers a
second-and-1 at the Hawthorne
26. Perry eventually picked up
the first down for the Tigers on
a 1-yard run.
Receiver Bryan Homes
picked up 6 yards on a reverse,
setting the stage for Jernigan's
sneak up the middle to convert
a fourth-and-I play. Three
plays later, Jernigan, who
finished the game 4-of-5 for 56
yards, found Cason in the
corner of the end zone for a
15-yard touchdown with 20
seconds left in the third
quarter. DJ. Paige carried the
ball into the end zone on: the
two-point conversion to cap
the scoring at 20-6.
The Hornets threatened to
score on their last possession
of the game. They used a
series of short passes in the
backfield and a reverse to gain
three first downs en route to
driving to the Union 14. Union
would come up with a big play
on third-and-7 when Michael
Thurman sacked the
quarterback for an 8-yard loss.
Hawthorne failed to convert
on the ensuing fourth-down
play, allowing the Tigers to
run the clock out on two
running plays.
As is the case with most
spring games, Zow said he saw
some bad things to go along
with the good things. He was
in no way discouraged, though,
by what he saw, saying it was
a decent effort on both sides of
the ball.
"I think we're 10 times
better than what we played
tonight, but I'm optimistic,"
Zow said. "I think we've got a
chance to be pretty good if we
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OBITUARIES


Marjorie
Thomson
STARKE- Marjorie Stump
Thomson, 91, died Friday, May
30, 2008, following an extended
illness.
Mrs. Thomson \\as born in
Starke on Feb. 15, 1917. as the
daughter of Fred Field Stump and
Eva Woods Stump. She attended
Florida State College for Women
and graduated with dual degrees in
music and science education. She
also received a master's degree in
education from Florida State
University.
She taught school in Altha and
then became the band director for
Jefferson County High School in
Monticello. While in Monticello,
she met and married William
Henry Thomson Jr. on March 15,
1942. He was a commissioned
officer in the U.S. Army Air Force
during World War II.
When he returned from the war,
the family settled in Monticello
and ran a family farm. She and her
husband were active members of
the Waukeenah United Methodist
Church in Monticello and Mrs.
Thomson accompanied the choir
as pianist and organist for many
years.
She remained, active in Phi Beta
Kappa, a teacliers -honorary
organization.
Upon her retirement, Mrs.
Thomson returned to Starke and
became a member of the Starke
Women's Club, the Shands Starke
Hospital Auxiliary, the American
Cancer Society and the Starke
First Presbyterian Church.
Mrs. Thomson is survived by:
children, Fred Thomson of
Tallahassee; Marjorie Jacobs of
Scarsdale, N.Y., Evelyn Womack
of Hampton Lake, and Henry
Thomson of Huntsville, Ala.; a
sister, Lillian Stump of Starke; six
grandsons and seven great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Thomson were held June 2 at the
First Presbyterian Church of
Starke. Interment followed at
Waukeenah Methodist Church
Cemetery under the care of Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of
Starke.
The family requests that in lieu
of flowers, donations be made to
the First Presbyterian Church of
Starke Memorial Fund, 921 East
Call St., Starke, FL 32091, or to
the Santa Fe Community College
Endowment Corporation for the
Marjorie Stump Thomson
Scholarship Fund at 3000 N.W
83rd St., Gainesville, FL 32606-
6200.


In Loving Memory
of "


D. Larry Cochran, St:
Dec. 29, 935 June 7, 2006
Dear Daddy,
I know that you are
walking each day in the sun.
Enjoying watermelon, peaches
and plums.
All the things that you were
denied while here
Surely are abundant and
joyfully shared
I won't say that I don't cry
anymore,
My heart still hasn't recovered
that's for sure
I migs our conversations and
your sweet smile
But sometimes photographs
help for a while.
Everyone talks about the
impact that you made
On their children, their
families, which will never
fade.
I'm proud to be a part of you,
and find myself seeking
All the right things to do. I
always shake hands
upon meeting,
And use my manners so
pleasing, Iknow that
you're proud-
As you watch us all through
the clouds, I ftel you





The family of Thomas
Paladino would like to thank
everyone for all of the
thoughts, prayers, food and
overwhelming support and
love that has been showed
since the loss of Tom. We
would especially like to thank
Sampson City Church of God,
Bradford High School and
Wal-Mart of Starke for
everything. A very special
thank you to all of our close
friends and family, because
without you we would never
have began to make it through
this.
Love,
Lisa, Kristie and
JohnRyan Paladino



,If life were measured
by accomplishments,
most of us would die in
infancy.
A. P. Gouthey
****


here even now.
There's not a moment that
passes each day, when I
don't say
Thank you God for-the loving
father that you gave.
Until I can join you up there
I'll be doing my best down
here,
The children and family fill my
time,
But you're always in this heart
of mine.
With all my love,
Your daughter,
Terri Cochran Wilson






The family of Ethel Hardee
Miness would like to express
our heartfelt appreciation to all
of you for your thoughts,
prayers, food and especially
the love shown to all of us
during our time of loss and
deep sorrow.
From all of the Family


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DANCE
Continued from page 2B

dancers she has had the
opportunity to befriend
through her involvement with
Dance Alive in Gainesville.
Andrd "Andy" Valladon and
his wife, Carla Amancio, are
both Christians from Brazil.
Valladon has a cousin who is a
Christian musician. He and
Amancio dance at his cousin's
concerts.
When Christie came up with
the idea for her recital, she e-
mailed the couple, who
thought the recital was a great
idea.
"It's been helpful to bounce
ideas off of the two of them,"
Christie said.
When it came time to
figuring out exactly what she
wanted the recital to
encompass, Christie knew she
had to come up with dances for
each of her 16 classes, while
also considering what her
students would want to do and
what they're comfortable
doing. She had costumes to
think about--what looks good
on certain students and what
will move right with the
choreography-what music to
use and what scriptures to use.
One thing Christie knew for
certain prior to preparing the
recital-the main emphasis
would be Jesus Christ.


Julie Morrow
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"I wanted the main message
to not just be about Bible
stories in general, but I wanted
it to be focused on Christ," she
said. "Everything has to kind
of lead up to that. I kind of
started on what the end of the
recital would be and worked
backward."
The recital is made up of
performances under such titles
as "Eve and the Serpent," "The
Great Flood," "Crossing the
Red Sea," "Mary's
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In Loving Memory
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April 4, 1983 June 10, 2007
We miss you very much. You
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Williston has lone second- i 7i


half score in win over KH t,


BY ARNIE HARRIS
Te/egrap/i Sta//'tfriter
A third-quarter touchdown
run by the visiting Williston
Red Devils gave them a 14-9
victory over Keystone Heights
in a spring classic on May 29,
but Indians head coach Chuck
Dickinson saw plenty of
positives in his team's
performance.
With the idea that halfa loaf
is better than none, Dickinson
said he was pleased with his
team's performance in a first
half that saw the Indians come
back to take a 9-7 lead after
falling behind on the game's
first play from scrimmage.
Dickinson said it is his and the
coaching staffs practice to
play whom they consider to be
their strongest lineup in the
first half.
"In the second half we take a
look at the rest of the players
to evaluate them and see what
they can do," Dickinson said.
Things got off to an
inauspicious beginning for
Keystone when Williston
running back Travis Evans
took the ball and raced
untouched for a 75-yard
touchdown, putting the Red
Devils up 7-0 just 12 seconds
into the game.
What especially pleased
Dickinson, he said, was that
-the team didn't let that
demoralize them, but turned
around and, on a sustained
drive that consumed almost 10
minutes, drove 75 yards for a
touchdown. Behind the hard
running of Marcel Robinson,.
Garrett Strickland and Thomas
Ricketts, who alternated on
handoffs, the Indians marched
to the Williston 5-yard line.
Clayton Mosely took a
pitchout from quarterback R.J.
Buxton and, on an option pass,
connected with Robinson, who
was open in the end zone. The
PAT failed, leaving the Indians
trailing 7-6 with 2:19
remaining in the first quarter.
Keystone, on its next
possession, and with Brantley
Lott at quarterback, drove
from its own 48 to the
Williston 6 behind the rushing


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ORDINANCES BY THE
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS OF
BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the ordinances, whose titles
hereinafter appear, will be
considered for enactment by the
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Bradford County, Florida, at public
hearings on June 19, 2008, at 6:30
p.m., or as soon thereafter as the
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Avenue, Starke, Florida. Copies of
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Starke, Florida, during. regular
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and place first above mentioned, all
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ordinances.
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE OFFICIAL ZONING ATLAS
OF THE BRADFORD COUNTY
LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS, AS AMENDED;
RELATING TO THE REZONING
OF TEN OR MORE CONTIGUOUS
ACRES OF LAND, PURSUANT TO
AN APPLICATION, Z 08-2. BY
THE PROPERTY OWNER OF
SAID ACREAGE; PROVIDING
FOR REZONING FROM
AGRICULTURAL-2 (A-2) TO
COMMERCIAL, INTENSIVE (Cl)
OF CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN THE
UNINCORPORATED AREA OF
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA;
PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES
IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE OFFICIAL ZONING ATLAS
OF THE BRADFORD COUNTY
LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS, AS AMENDED;
RELATING TO THE REZONING
OF LESS THAN TEN
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PURSUANT TO AN
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REZONING FROM
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LANDS WITHIN THE
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BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA;
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COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE OFFICIAL ZONING ATLAS
OF THE BRADFORD COUNTv
LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS, AS AMENDED;
RELATING TO THE REZONING
OF LESS THAN TEN
CONTIGUOUS ACRES OF LAND,
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ACREAGE; PROVIDING FOR
REZONING FROM RESIDENTIAL,
SINGLE FAMILY (RSF-1) TO
RESIDENTIAL, (MIXED) SINGLE
FAMILY/MOBILE HOME-1


of Mosely and Rdbinson, and a
12-yard pass reception by
Travis Westberry.
At that point, the Indians
could not seal the deal as they
fell victim to a holding
infraction, two incomplete
passes and a quarterback sack.
They did settle for three points
when placekicker Timothy
Frysinger split the uprights at
the 7:45 mark of the second
quarter, putting the Indians up
9-7.
F6r the rest of the first half,
Keystone's defense continued
to thwart Williston's offensive
drives, either forcing the
Devils to punt or give up the
ball on downs.
Neither team could get
untracked for the first several
minutes of the third quarter.
Tommy James of Williston
intercepted a Mosely wounded
duck of a pass after he had his
arm hit. Then, Keystone's
Kyle Cravey recovered a
fumble.
Williston hung onto the ball
on its next series and put
together a 61-yard drive.
Running backs Evans and
Dionte Welch ran roughshod
over the Keystone defense and
the Devils, on only four
carries, scored when Evans
punched the ball into the end
zone with 4:13 to play in the
third quarter to cap the scoring.
Keystone dodged a bullet at
the end of the third quarter
when a long run by Williston
that nearly reached the end
zone was called back by a
holding penalty. The Red
Devils were forced to punt,
but Keystone's next drive was
halted in its tracks when
Williston's Desmond Holmes
intercepted a Lott pass.
Williston was knocking on
the door in the red zone on its
next drive, but Keystone's
defense rose to the occasion
and forced the Devils to give
up the ball on downs at the 12-
yard line.
The Indians, however, failed
to move the ball on their next
two drives.
Dickinson was not fazed by
the loss. He pointed out that,


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The public hearings may be
continued to one or more future
dates. Any interested party shall be
advised that the date, time and
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decide to appeal any decision
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proceedings and, for such purpose,
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ORDINANCES
BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a
proposed ordinance, which title
hereinafter appears, will be
considered for enactment by the
Board of County Commissioners of
Bradford County, Florida at a public
hearing on June 19, 2008, at 6:30
p.m., or as soon thereafter as the
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COMMISSIONERS, AMENDING
ARTICLE VIII, SECTION 14-282
OF THE BRADFORD COUNTY
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CREATING THE AFFORDABLE
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continued to one or more future
dates. Any interested party shall be
advised that the date, time and
place of any continuation of the
public hearing shall be announced
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no further notice concerning the
matter will be published.
All persons are advised that, if they
decide to appeal any decision
made at the public hearing, they
will need a record of the
proceedings and, for such purpose,
they may need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the proceedings
is made, which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.
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unlike his team, the Williston
coaches opted to play their
starters for a full three
quarters.
What pleased Dickinson was
the running and downfield
blocking of Robinson, Ricketts
and Strickland. He also praised
Mosely for playing so well
considering that he had missed
a lot of practice time while
playing on the baseball team.
Dickinson also expressed
pleasure with the play of his
offensive line-which is made
up of, with one exception, all
new players-and linebackers
Zach Davis and Chris Johnson.
"The game was all about
seeing what we had and who
could do what," Dickinson
said. "On that basis, I think
we'll be in real good shape
when the regular season
starts."


Keystone's
Kevin Gillain
(far left) breaks
up a pass
intended for a
Williston wide
receiver in the
Indians' 14-9
loss in a May 29
spring classic.
Gillain's
teammate
Jacob Van
Wagner is also
pictured.


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Webber gives Lowery chance to keep playing football


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writeer
Keystone Heights High
School senior Keegan Lowery
said he loves football.
Fortunately for him, he gets
the chance to keep playing the
sport he loves.
Lowery signed a letter-of-
intent to play for Webber
International University in
Babson Park during a
ceremony at Keystone Heights


High School on May 21. He
said he has al\\vas dreamed of
being able to play at the
collegiate level.
"I'm just excited I have the
opportunity to play college
football," said Lowery, who
mainly played defensive tackle
for the Indians. "It's a really
great feeling that my football
career isn't done after ,high
school."
Lowery said he felt he had a
chance to go on and play at the


next level, but said he knew he
had to dedicate himself to
working hard to ensure that it
did happen.
Keystone head coach Chuck
Dickinson said Lowery did just
that, but added it was
Lowery's focus on his
academics that helped him
receive such an opportunity
more than anything else.
"He deserves it," Dickinson
said. "He worked hard in the
classroom. That's the big


thing."
Something else that
benefited LIowery was the fact
he participated in two
combines for senior players in
Palatka and Tallahassee,
Dickinson said. That helped
put Lowery in contact with
Webber coaches, Dickinson
said.
Lowery said it was an
experience that certainly
helped him.
"I got to see all the different
athletes out there and the
different competition out
there," he said. "More than
that, it gave me a chance to
meet the (college) coaches,
really get to know them and
get my name out there."
Lowery, who also received


interest from Methodist
University in Fayetteville,
N.C., and Kentucky Christian
University in Grayson, Ky.,
had the chance to visit the
Webber campus on visitation
day for prospective students
and liked what he saw.
"I really enjoyed the
campus," Lowery said. "It's a
place where I can see myself
going to school."
Lowery said it's up in the air
as to what position he will end
up playing at Webber, but said
coaches are considering
putting him at outside
linebacker. That's a move he
,would look forward to, but
Lowery added, "I'll play
wherever they put me."
Dickinson said one of the


reasons Lowery was a solid
player for Keystone because of
his work ethic. As long as
Lowery continues that, the
coach sees no reason why he
can't make an impact at
Webber.
"If he works hard and does
what he's supposed to do,
down the line he'll be a
contributor to that program,"
Dickinson said.
Lowery has already thought
about what it will feel like to
step onto the field and make
his first contribution for the
Warriors.
"I don't know if there are
words to describe the emotions
that will be there," he said.
"Just thinking about it gives
me chills."


Keegan Lowery (seated between parents Lantz and Mary Lowery) signs a letter-of-
intent to play football at Webber International University.

TE B W did and everything he stood focused on eternity and
for. winning more important
TEBO W "What are you doing with prizes-winning rewards in
Continued from page 1 your dash?" Tebow asked the heaven rather than winning
crowd. "When your life is rewards on earth. They're
the invitations to speak he over, what does your dash going to last a lot longer."
receives, but he said he tries to represent?" Tebow shared a story with
make as many as he can that Tebow said he does not want the crowd that occurred during
will fit into his schedule and to look back on his life when one of the Gators' games this
comply with NCAA rules, it's over and regret not doing past season. It was when the
"I enjoy doing it," Tebow more. More importantly, he Gators, in Tebow's words,
said. does not want to regret not "were finished blowing out
Fennell said it was doing more for God. He has Spurrier and the boys," which
approximately an 18-month earned several rewards here on brought a huge cheer from the
process his church went earth-a national crowd. Tebow talked about
through in trying to find a time championship ring, a Heisman coming off the field after
in which Tebow could come to Trophy-but his focus is on throwing his last touchdown in.
Starke. earning rewards in heaven, that game. Head coach Urban
"It was pretty difficult," That, Tebow said, is why he Meyer hugged him and told
Fennell said, "but I think we feels no pressure playing major him, "Great job."
got it done at the right time." college football or trying to It left Tebow with a great
Fennell was excited about live up to the hype that comes feeling, but he said it's a
the opportunity for the with being a Heisman Trophy feeling that wouldn't come
community to hear Tebow. winner, close to comparing with
Fennell grew up with Tebow's "1 can say it really doesn't earning praise from God.
older brother Robby and the matter," Tebow said. "I'm very "Can you imagine when you
two families attended church competitive. I want to win that get a compliment like that
together in Jacksonville. championship. I want to win from the creator of. this
"I knew his testimony," the Heisman again, but it really universe? That is my biggest
Fennell said. doesn't matter because I' m passion," Tebow said.
Tebov,;, talked ,tp the .covd, ...
about how God is the top
priority in his life. He said he
feels a duty to talk to others
about God because God has
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a standout performer on the -
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"That is why he has given
me a platform and he has given I
me success on the field-so I
can turn around and honor him
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Tebow encouraged fellow
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Everything people do now
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Sam Sibley (seated, second from right) recently accepted a scholarship offer to
play softball at Central Florida Community College. Sibley's grandmother, Kitty
Smith, and mother, Cindy Sibley, are pictured at her right, while Central Florida
coach Kerri Ryskamp is seated to her left. Sibley's father, Sam Sibley, and
grandfather, Shi Smith, are pictured standing.


Keystone's Sibley will


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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
A versatile player who can
play several positions and who
is solid defensively.
That's what Central Florida
Community College softball
coach Kerri Ryskamp said she
is getting in Keystone Heights
High School senior Sam
Sibley, but it is Sibley's ability
at the plate that has her future
coach most excited.
"She attacks the ball at the
plate," Ryskamp said. "She has
power, which is what I'm
looking for. She's just a good
hitter. She's going to be a good
addition to our program."
That addition became
official when Sibley signed her
letter-of-intent on May 22 at
KHHS. The signing ceremony
put to rest any doubts Sibley
may have had about her
chance to continue playing.
"I'm really excited," she
said. "For a while there, I
didn't think I'd be able to get
(to this point)."
Sibley said she experienced
a slump this past season, which
left her feeling like she was
"horrible," she said.
She came out of that slump,
however, finishing the season
with a .393 batting average
with eight doubles, three
triples, two home runs and 34
RBI. That was no surprise to
those who know her. Keystone
head coach Kathy Smith said
.Sibley constantly works hard
at improving her game. Smith
described Sibley as a "go-
getter," something that the


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from noon until 4 p.m., with
darkest tan and tattoo contests
taking place at 1:30 pm. and 3
p.m.
Billy Vickery and the band
Local Traffic will play on the
bar stage at noon and 2 p.m.,
respectively.
The Faith Riders will sign
riders up for a toy run at 3:30
p.m., while the James Blooze
Band (aka Outside Over) will
perform at 4 p.m. 3DM will
perform at 6 p.m., followed by
Local Traffic at 8 p.m.
Blackfoot takes to the stage


school's varsity coaches
noticed when Sibley was just
an eighth-grader.
"She was always hard on
herself," Smith said. "She
would get mad if she messed
up. It's that type of drive
where you know they're going
to improve."
Sibley admitted she has a
drive to accomplish what she
sets out to do.
"I'm really determined," she
said. "When I want something,
I'm going to get it."
Ryskamp said she likes
players who are self-driven.
"I like a kid who pushes
herself that far and that hard,
that they do get upset with
themselves when they don't
perform to what they think
they should," Ryskamp said.
"It kind of makes my job
easier."
Sibley participated in a
tryout at Central Florida,
impressing Ryskamp in several
ways. The coach said Sibley
has a great arm and has shown
the ability to not let the ball get
past her.
It is up in the air where
Sibley will play defensively.
She has proven to be a solid
player in the infield,, playing
both third and short for
Keystone.
"Basically, we knew if the
ball went to her, she was going
to get it," Smith said.
Sibley, who has also played
in the outfield, said she's not
too concerned with where she
plays defensively.
"I'd rather just hit," she said.
"I don't care where I play."


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be presented in simulcast in
the bar.
Diamond Back closes out
the night with an 11 p.m. show
on the bar stage.
Another free pancake
breakfast (8-10 a.m.) will start
the day on June 15. A religious
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Ryskamp said the biggest
challenge for Sibley-and any
incoming freshman-is
learning how to hit an outside
pitch. However, Ryskamp
feels Sibley will be able to
meet that challenge.
"Keystone Heights has a
good softball team," Ryskamp
said. "They play good
competition and went pretty
far in the playoffs this year, so
she's used to a higher level of
competition. I expect that
she'll make that transition to
the college level pretty easily."
Smith said as long as Sibley
listens to what her coach tells
her to do, she will succeed and
move on after two years at
Central Florida.
"She should be able to go on
to a four-year college if she
works hard," Smith said.
Working hard is something
Sibley is used to. She credits
long hours of practice with her
father in helping her become -
the hitter that she is today.
"My dad's a real inspiration
for me," Sibley said. "He's
helped me a lot."
Sibley said she also wanted
to give thanks to Bradford
coach Shane McFadyen and
Interlachen coach Ron
Whitehurst for their help and
support in helping her receive
the opportunity to play after
high school.
Now, Sibley looks forward
to being able to take to the
field as a member of the
Central Florida Patriots.
"I'll be excited-a little
nervous, but really excited,"
she said.


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I came to Starke in 2003 from Atlanta. The transition was incredibly difficult;
however, I don't regret coming here. I have gained new knowledge from this town
and the people in Bradford High School. My years at BHS have been fun. Everything
from clubs to classes has been wonderful. I remember my first year as a freshman.
Nothing went wrong that first day, and I knew that the next four years would be
fantastic.
I know that my life wouldn't have been anything if it weren't for th3se three things:
God, Mom and Daddy. God has been with me every step of the way. My parents have
never let me out of their sight. They did EVERYTHING possible to help me in every
aspect in life, whether it was homework or simply picking me up and dropping me off
at school. I love them very, very much.
I am very thankful to all of the teachers, coaches and faculty who have helped us
through these years. Mr. Marshall, Mr. Harris, Ms. Williams and Mrs. Richardson are
some of the finest teachers I've ever seen. Thank you for taking that extra step that
you didn't need to in helping us prepare for our future. Coaches Loper and Alexander
care so much about their students that they are willing to work additional hours after
school for sports such as cross country and track. Even though I wasn't a star athlete,
they never gave up on me. They taught me that hard work and dedication can take
a person anywhere, and I am grateful for every minute they spent with me. I have
truly learned adot from everyone and plan to use every aspect of the knowledge that
I have gained.
I will dearly miss my clubs-Key Club, NHS, FBLA and AP Lit-and all of my fellow
club members. We have had a busy year, and I hope that they continue doing more
for the community. Our sponsors were amazing; they were dedicated to each of the
clubs they sponsored. I would like to thank Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Combs, Mrs. Crews, Ms.
James and Mrs. Richardson for helping with the clubs. I am proud to say that I was
part of the Bradford Academic Team, which won its district tournament and came in
second for the conference tournament. Thanks ito.the coaches, Mr. Harris and Mr.
Blanton, we emerged as semifinalists by competing against other fine counties in the
Commissioner's Academic Challenge, also known as Florida's state competition.
For now, I plan on attending University of Florida in the summer starting June 30. I
plan to enter as a pre-health student majoring in chemistry, and then go on to pursue
a career in medicine.


I would like to wish my fellow classmates a successful life. To me success is
following God and enjoying life. I hope you will follow God. A relationship.with God is
the most important relationship that you could ever have. Success means something
different to everyone, but whatever you may believe.it to be, you should try to fulfill
that definition in with your life. I hope that as we move on from Bradford High, we will
all still enjoy life and follow God.
This part of our life is coming to an end, which I believe is a wonderful opportunity.
The options are now endless and all we have to do is one, or many, of them, and
dedicate ourselves to it. Be successful and take life for all it's worth.
1 am going to be attending Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, in order to
obtain a degree in music business, with a minor in music. My plans are not-and never
are in anything I do-set in stone. This is my goal for now, but if it ever changes, I will
do whatever it takes to achieve my new goal. Obtaining my goal is part of enjoying
life, so I'll fight for it.

(r SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS y
President Lauren Marie Keller
Vice President Samantha Jo Stocker
Secretary Jernard Shankel Beard
Treasurer Lauren Mykol Wise
Senator Caitlin Elizabeth Howell
Senator Ashley Renee Masters
Senator John Michael Nicula
Senator Sophia Lynne Orozco
Senator Matthew Barton Weaver


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iOutstanding Honors Graduates

4. 4.75 GPA
^ l?


KAYLANN REBECCA
ALLEN


AARON KENDELL JULIE ANDREA JEHREAKEE JASMINE DAVID ALAN DUNCAN CLARISSA DAWN
BRANNON DETLEFSEN DIGGS ELLINGTON


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TRACY ANN LEDGER AMBER CHRISTINE JESSICA LYNN RONALD ANTHONY
MASSEY McCLELLAN NORSE


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0 TODAY WE FOLLOW,
4 TOMORROW WE LEAD.
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t "DON'T BLINK,"
BY KENNY CHESNEY
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KRISTIN DEANNE EMMA LEIGH SHEPPARD MATTHEW BARTON
RODGERS WEAVER


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PARMENTER


CLASS COLORS:
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2008!


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Congratulations
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A special salute to
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Robert Davis
("Be the Best you can be!")'
Tracie
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High Honors Graduates


3.75


-3.99 GPA


MORGAN SAGE CASEY


WILLIAM JOSEPH
FAULKNER III


EDWARD JOSEPH
HARKIN


LAUREN MARIE KELLER


JOHN MICHAEL NICULA


JOHN MclLWAINE
PALMER JR.


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SHANE DANIEL
PARMENTER


-j SENIOR SUPERLATIVES L
MOST PHOTOGENIC: DESTINY BASS &
JOSHUA BLYE
MOST TALKATIVE: SHA'TERIKA JOHNSON
& DEON SEWELL
BEST SMILE: KATRINA STEFFAN & DAVID
DUNCAN
MOST LIKELY TO BRIGHTEN YOUR DAY:
TRACY LEDGER & DAVID PEQUES
LOUDEST: KRISTEN TEW & CHRIS
WILLIAMS
MOST LOVEABLE: JENNA PREVATT &
SHAUN MATTHEWS
BEST ALL AROUND: KELLI ADAMS &
JERNARD BEARD
PRETTIEST EYES: RACHEL BEST &
BRANTLEY BARBER
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED:,SHRUTI DESAI
& LUKE ASHLEY
MOST MEMORABLE: VALENCIA CAVE &
LEAMON KERN
MOST LIKELY TO PUT STARKE ON THE
MAP: CELIA ENNIS & ROBERT HARRIS
MOST DEPENDABLE: MORGAN CASEY &
AARON BRANNON
BEST DRESSED: LAQUAHA CARROLL &
DEJOR HILL
MOST ATTRACTIVE: TENERIA WILLIAMS &
MATTHEW WEAVER
MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT: JESSICA OLIVE &
JUSTIN FOGARTY
MOST FLIRTATIOUS: CAITLIN HOWELL &
JOSHUA HAYES
MOST ATHLETIC: EBONY SMITH &
CHUCKIE COVINGTON
HOTTEST RIDE: LAUREN KELLER & JOHN
NICULA
CLASS CLOWN: KARISSA EUNICE & ZACH
CRAWFORD
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m GOODMAN & ROGER JEFFERSON


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DESTINY JANEE' BASS JERNARD DEVONTA
BEARD


KARISSA ANNE EUNICE SHAKEITA MONIQUE
GOODMAN


ROGER LANORD
JEFFERSON


RACHEL LEANN BEST


MAHOGANY MONIQUE ALICIA DENISE DAVIS
COLEMAN


ETHAN ANDERSON BETHANY MAE OSBORN
MOORE


ALAN MICHAEL
PRESCOTT


BRANDON DEBY RUISE SAMANTHA JO
STOCKER


CIARA NICOLE WEAVER KAYLA STEPHANIE
YOUNG


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'cRchel,
We awe ,o-proud of
you! Youw have fcw
exceeded ojw
dvreamw fr yow! We'
ccan/ not wct to- see
what God/ hal Lw
store for you for the'
nRet part ofyouw
life! Re.nwbe w -
DREAM BIG!
LOVE,
Vada, Mom,
Houy &r DVcwLd


Congratulations
Seniors
ofthie
CLass of 2008!

Happy


iraduatian/

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WINGS
1252 S. Walnut
St.
Starke
904-368-8158


Congratulati6i
F to the
SClass of
2008

SRCD Consulting
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Carole DeCelle
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CLASS

OF

2008

Ray Daugherty
Land Surveyor, Inc.
405 W. Georgia St.,
Starke, FL
904-964-6708


Class of-
2008
Whispering Oaks
Allartments
900 S Water St.
Starke
904-368-0007


Colrats!
2008
Facials & Detox
Massages
Boutique and
Bead Store
Merle Norman
Cosmetic Studio
118 Thompson St.
Starke, Fla.
964-7355


THE

WORLD

AWAITS

YOU!

-CLASS OF 2008-
Get out there and show 'em
what you're made of.

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2008 Graduates


KELLI CHRISTINA JOSEPH LEE
ADAMS ALSTON JR.


JASMINE ADRIANNA LATALIAN SHANKEL
BARBER BEARD


HEATHER NICOLE BRANDON SCOTT
ALVAREZ ANDREWS


CORY DANE BLIZZARD JOSHUA JONATHAN
BLYE


KRISTIN LESLIE CHANAKI DOREEN
ANDREWS BALFOUR


CHRISTOPHER ALAN JACKQUELYNE
BROWN CHRISSAUNDRA BROWN


LYNDSEY KATHRYN NATHANIEL LEE
BUCH BUCCHOLZ


SAMANTHA FRANCES
BURDICK


LAQUASHA DERICE JESSICA LEEANN
CARROLL CATLEDGE

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VALENCIA LYNETEE
CAVE


SHERIE LANETTE COLEY ANGELA R
COOPE


ENEE MICHAEL ALLEN
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Congratulations on your
graduation! We are all so
proud of you and all of your
accomplishments! We love
you so very much. Remember
that Dad is with you and he
would be so very proud of
you too. Good luck in all
that you pursue in the
future! We love you!
Love,
Mom, Kristie, Big B, Nana,
Papa, Aunt Lynne, Scotty,
Haley and Brandon


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a briht

future!

Alexander's
4 Place
(904) 964-3370


Class of

2008

"Congratulations"
from all of us
at
Southern
Professional
Title Servicesic
Look for the
Red Door!
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904-964-6872
LAKE BUTLER]
386-496-0089
E-mail
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Congrats!


2008!


539 E. Call St
Starke


904-964-5745


CLASS OF


3008

Winkfer's
Starke
904-964-7596
Lake Butler 386-496-2241


Bradford County School Board
Harry M. Hatcher III Superintendent
Vivian Chappell Board Member
Stacey Creighton Vice Chairman
Jesse Moore Board Chairman
Randy Jones Board Chairmanr
David Smith Board Member
John Cooper Board Attorney

Colngratuatiaos
(Jraduates!


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Reach for the Stars!
_. ^ ^. .^ ^ .- r: . I [. ._k,


EMILY ALEXANDRA
COSTON


CASSANDRA RAE CHUCKIE DETROY
COTHRON COVINGTON


STEVEN PATRICK COX


ZACHARY PATRICK NANCY GABRIEL DANIEL
CRAWFORD


ROBERT JAMES DAVIS


RYAN EDWARD DAVIS GARRET DAVID
DELANCE


KYLE JAMES REGINALD LEONARD STEPHEN KYLE
DEVALERIO DIX DOUGLASS


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BRADLEY DEAN DUNLAP


JOHSHUA BLAKE
ELY-CARTER


JOSE' LUIS FLORES


JUSTIN WADE FOGARTY


ERIC MATTHEW FRAZER


CASEY SHAWN GRIFFIS

Congratulations
to the'
Class Of
2008!

Bradford
Pre-School
In Business Since 1987
-'" CNMd care
for ages I & up
Owner: Uan Irynat
904-964-4361
407 W. Washington St..
Starke
(next to Bradford High School)
lc. 1 0969


JAMES GATE II


JESSICA LYNDA GRIFFIS


Best

OF

Luck
To Our Graduates!


STARKE
TIRE &
AUTOMOTIVE
402 N. Temple Ave.
Starke
964-6436


ZODIA SADIE GRIFFIN


MATTHEW JACOB GRIFFIS


Nest 07Tuck!
Class of 200


Williams
Jewelry
114 W. Madison St., Starke
904-964-7064


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INSURANCE
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TAX SER VICE
964-3375
105 Edwards Road, Starke


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Class of 2008 ..
We are ery
Proud of You!


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STAKE
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Clay Electric wishes all the
best to the class of '08.


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The Sky's the Limit!


La


6-


TERRI LYNN GRIFFIS


RICHARD EUGENE
GRIMES III


SENQUINTA Da'SHAE
HALL


SHANIARA KESHAY ROBERT CORNELIUS CAITLIN MICHELLE
HAMPTON HARRIS HARVEY


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JOSHUA RANDELL
HAYES


ANDREA REGINA
HODGES
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JUSTIN TAVARIS CASEY LEIGHAN
HENDERSON HIGGINBOTHAM


-
ALVIN BRIT HOWARD IV GREGORY DYLAN
HOWARD


TYLER EDWARD
HILDEBRAN


CAITLIN ELIZABETH
HOWELL


DEJAR JAERAIL HILL KHALAA SHAMEL HILL


Jessica,
"Be who you are
and say what you
feel... because
those who mind,
don't matter and
those who matter
don't mind."
Congratulations!
I'm so proud of
you!
Love Always,
Grandma


Awn. 4


MICHAEL ANTOINE
INNOCENT


BRITTNEY NICOLE IVAN


HAPPY GRADUA'


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131 N. Cherry St., Starke (904) 964-7423-


Congratulations
Seniors







BZG

ALL
ARfOUD!

Talisha f. H.
Cunningham DI.

459 W. Call St.,
Starke
904-964-5152


GRADS!

GATOR II
Farm Supply
964-4810

PURPLE GATOR
Western Wear
9644809
US-301 South
Starke


HANNAH ARIEL JAMES
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SClass of

2008!,

Starke
r Computer
Services
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Starke
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STARKE LAKE BUTLER
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SFollow Your Dreams!
I "A___ _' a.b.*


CLINTON BARNARD AARON JOEL JOHNSON
JENKINS JR.


SHATERIKA ALICIA
JOHNSON


FRANK LEAMON KERN


CHRISTOPHER
ANTHONY KNOWLES


NICHOLAS MARK KRAHL


DEONNA CHANTELL GUI ALAN LIN
LESLIE


JOHN MANTLE
MARTIN JR.


ASHLEY RENEE SHAUN LEE MATTHEWS
MASTERS


SJALISA MONIQUE
McDUFFIE


BRITTNEE LEIGH ANN
McGEE


PAUL TREVEOR
McKINLEY


SOPHIA LYNNE OROZCO


MEGHAN SUE MISCALLY ANDRENA SHENETTE
MOSLEY


JESSICA LYNN ORTON


SARAH ELAINE OSGOOD


emr44( e'o
eo~l" 4 goo'?~e


JOHN RYAN PALADINO


Congratulations
Class of 2008
and a
Special Salute to
EthanJLoore

DAVIS

EXPRESS
US-30 IS
Starke, Fla.
964-6619


cWe wgis you a uVoy
bright (utule!


NOEGEL'S

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1018 0. Temple Rue.
Starke
904-964-6461


JOSHUA MICHAEL MURRAY

The Ori final




Pizza House
You have achieved
scholastic excellence.
Your hard work will
reward you some day.
oodwuck rOmds!
gessica Olive
.cade Samith/
Zichard Grimces
Alisoan codd

301 East Call St.
Starke
964-9253


JESSICA ANN OLIVE


Congratulations

Class of 20081



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S And Remember to Dream Big!
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DAVID PRESTON
PEQUES


EMMALI JANELLE
RAMSEUR


DONALD CHRISTOPHER STEPHEN PAUL
PILGRIM JR. PORFIRIADIS


JOSALYNN HAlLEY MARCUS O'DARIUS
REICHERT RHINES


LAKEEFIA KE'ANNA THOMAS CHASE ROWE
RISBY


SAMANTHA MERCEDES CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL
PROCTOR RAFUSE


ASHLEY LYNN RHODEN ASHLEY MICHELLE
RICKS


DEON JAMAL SEWELL


MEGAN LEIGH RAINEY


DOROTHY H. RISBY


JESSICA HALEY SHEPPARD


-JOYCE ANN SHIVER


Treveor,
We are so proud of
you. You have accomplished
so much in this short time;
just imagine what you can do
with the rest of your life. And
remember, "Follow your
dreams!!!!!!!!!!"
We love you now
and always,
Mom and Dad











Class of
2008



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MISTY NICOLE STEWART



~ JACKSON
BUILDING
SUPPLY
Our hearts' desire
for the seniors
of 2008 is that
they would
commit to the Lord
"Trust in the Lord
with all thine heart;
and lean not unto
thine own
understanding.
In all thy ways
acknowledge Him,
anc He shall direct
thy paths."
Proverbs 3; 5,6


JERED DANIEL SMITH ROBERT JAMES
STARLING III


RICHARD ADAM STITT


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TRISHA MICHELLE TABACCO


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Kyle,
Proud is just the beginning to say how we feel that
you are our son! From the little boy you were to the
wonderful young man you have become, you have touched
our hearts in many ways. Follow your dreams and keep being
you and success will always be yours! We wish you the best of
everything in Ohio at college and always know you are in our
hearts forever no matter how many miles are between us.
Keep God in all you do and remember He is always in
control... those guardian angels can sure fly! You have always
made us proud and we wish you the best that life has to
offer... go out there and live life to the fullest... Enjoy and
have fun!
We love you more than words can ever say... we are very
proud to call you our son!
Love Mor and Dad
- U


Congratulations to

The Class f 2008
and a special salute
to the Seniors at Cowboys!







Caitfin Josh Jessica
Ya'II Come ff
Hw) 301 South Starke* (904) 368-3800











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Your record is outstanding,
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Banking Mtinogcr ..Mnae


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Farewell Best of Luck!
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JACKSON WILLIAM
TATUM


ASHLIEGH NICHOLE
TEIXEIRA


KRISTEN ANN TEW SCOTT WALTER
THOMPSON


CHRISTOPHER LEE
UNDERHILL


EMMANUEL ATHENS
UNDERHILL .


GLENN ALLEN CODY MALCOLM WALL
VELASQUEZ


JERICA LA'VON WARREN


CECILIA MARIE WELSH AARON ANGELO
WILLIAMS


CHARLES CHRISTOPHER
WILLIAMS


JOSHUA BERNARD JOSHUA MICHAEL
WILLIAMS WILLIAMS


Graduates Not Pictured 1

PARKER THOMAS ANDREWS
TIMOTHY DAVID BAXLEY
HEATHER DANIELLE BRICE
JACK EDWARD BROWN
JOSHUA WILLIAM DEMPSEY
ASHLEY MARNAY DRIGGERS
JOSHUA LEE FORSYTH
MELISSA DIANE HOILMAN
YOLANDA DIONNE JONES
RICKY MICHAEL KING
LAIMONDO LAMETRICE LEE
SIERRA MARTIKA MARKS
KIMBERLY ALLISON MITCHELL
CHRISTOPHER MARK NICKLAS
PHYLICIA MENESHIA PETTEWAY
BLAKEMAN ZACHERIAH PORFIRIADIS
EMILY NICOLE PRESEAU
JOSHUA KYLE PREVATT
WILLIAM EDWARD RANDOLPH
BRANDI MARIE RICHARDSON
IVORY DANIELLE ROBINSON
PHYLICIA RACHEALANN SCHUMANN
JONATHAN KEITH SMITH
CHASE BENJAMIN STARLING
JARRED ANDREW STARLING
TEDDRICK THOMAS
JONATHAN BLAKE VANADORE
ANDREW JOSEPH VASQUEZ
RICHARD BRADLY WEIS
DAVID WILLIAM WEST JR.
BENNO WILKMANN
SI'MONE GABRIELLE WILLIAMS
WILLIAM TYLER WOOD
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Jenny ~tann
and Staf
wouldhke to say
Congratulations
to the

Cass of 200oo








SFiddelity
FUNDING MORTGAGE CORP.
1107 S. Walnut St.
(Located behind Bradford
County Eye Center)
904-964-4000


TENERIA SHANESE WADE SCOTT WILLIAMS
WILLIAMS


Congratulations

Seniors!

It^


Nathan,
We are so proud of the man
you have grown into. Always,
know what you want out of life
and go after it.
It seems like just yesterday
you were out in the yard riding
your bike down the street with
oe, Justin, Joey and Shawn.
We love you so much Tater
Bug.
Mom, Dad, Josh,
John Ethan


Graduation is a day of
recognition, fulfillment
and a new beginning.

Congrais

Class of 2008!


Digital

Solutions
904.964.6947


. CoPi Ca/ifa;ons!
ide are so be*
proatd yo[ !
A/ay,/s kneep
,od 1.
Ale /ove you Very

Laura
2>ad, lofn &



Congratularions
Class
of
2008

Special
Best 'Wishes
to
John licula


Licl cd ie .... Fda Estlmate

Perry Nicula
Cell 904-364-7451
Len Eaves
Cell 352-745-0650
ER-13013402
Email: eavesl@windstream.net


A Job
Well Done!


395 W Madison St.
Starke
904-964-7774


Best wishes to
a great group
of GRADS. (


2008!
Durrance
Pump
& Well
Drilling
864 N. Temple Ave.
Starke, FL
964-7061


We predict a
wonderful life
for them!


'We Put Local Communities rs


350 N. Temple Ave.
Starke
904-964-7050


500 Green Way,
S.R. 100 E., Keystone
352-473-4952


www.ccbg.com FJ.- -g-J
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CHRISTIAN ELIJAH LAUREN MYKOL WISE
WIMBLEY


WE ARE

VERY PROUD

OF THE

CLASS OF 2008


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