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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke, Fla
Publication Date: March 12, 2009
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Planned electric
outage canceled
The planned electric outage in the
city of Starke on Sunday, March 15,
has' been canceled. It has not been
rescheduled at this time.

Cattlemen's
Association
meeting
The University of Florida IFAS
Bradford and Union County
Extension Offices in conjunction
with the Bradford-Union Cattlemen's
Association will hold a beef cattle
management and fertilization
workshop at 7 p.m. on March 12 at
the Lake Butler Community Center.
SThis program will provide a
practical perspective on -body
condition scoring and evaluation of
cattle along with part two of the two
part fertilization series. The complete
agenda is available at bradford.ifas.
ufl.edu.
For individuals with disabilities
requiring special accommodations,
please contact the Bradford Count\
Extension Office at least five working
days prior to the program in order for
proper consideration to be given to.
the request.

VFW Post to
host Sunday
park event
VFW Post 1016 is invitingeveryone
to its Springtime at Wainwright Park
event on Sunday, March 22, from
1-4:30 p.m.
Admission is free to thisfun-event--
will feature musical entertainment
and food. The VFW will be selling
ihot dogs and hamburgers to raise
hIoney of its programs.
Wainwright Park is located on
Church Street in Starke.
VFW is a small post interested
in recruiting new members. Anyone
who has served militarily in a foreign
conflict can visit the post and apply
for membership. The group hosts a
chili night on the first Thursday of
each month at its post horne on Bay
Street.

Sign up for
computer
classes at
the library
Bradford County Public Library
will offer free computer classes to the
public. Two different classes will be
offered. Beginning Monday, March
23, the library will offer an Internet
for Beginners class. Classes will be
held frbm 10-11 a.m. or 5:30-6:30
p.m. The class will cover Internet
security, how to access the World
Wide Web, and e-mail.
Also, beginning Thursday, March
26, the library will offer a basic
computer class. This class will cover
the very basic of computer skills.
from how to turn on the computer
to more difficult tasks that will be
easy to learn. These classes will be
held on Thursdays from 10-11 a.m. or
5:30-6:30 p.m.
Both classes will run for four
weeks. Please call the library at
(904) 368-3911 to sign up. Space is
limited.


Two die in UC crash following violent attack


BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Staff Writer


Just
before 10
a.m. on
March
6, Union
County
sheriff's
deputies
respond-
ed to. a
residence
on South-
w es t
Seventh
Street
in Lake
Butler.


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Donald Bazell Jr.

Donald Bazzell Jr.


An emergency call came from 26-year-
old Rebecca Ocker, who reported
that her ex-boyfriend had beaten and
stabbed her.
"You've got to hurry up, I'm bleed-
ing all over the place," Ocker said in
her 911 call.
In less than a minute, deputies were
at the home located across S.R. 121
from the Kanagroo store.
At the home, Lt. Doug York said
Ocker was found covered in blood on
a living room couch with her 4-year old
nearby. The boy was unharmed.
"The struggle began in the bedroom
and continued down a hallway and into
the living room'," York said. Ocker had
first been in her bed when she was beat-
en with a nightstick and then stabbed
with an ice pick.
Ocker said her attacker was Donald
Bazzell Jr., 42, of Melrose who had fled
the scene. She and Bazzell were both
employed at Florida State Prison and-
had been having an affair. Ocker was
transported to Shands in Gainesville


with serious but non-life-threatening
injuries.
Just as a BOLO was about to be is-
sued on Bazzell, York said there was
a report of a head-on collision on C.R.
231 near the Reception and Medical
Center. Arriving at the scene, it was
found that the truck causing the colli-
sion, a late model Ford F-150, matched
the description of Bazzell's truck. Baz-
zell had crashed his truck head-on into
a Department of Corrections van carry-
ing two correctional officers from the
Reception and Medical Center. The of-
ficers were just about to return to RMC
after completing mock inmate escape
training exercise.
Killed in the collision were Bazzell
and the driver of the DOC van, Adam
Sandersoh, 32, of Gainesville.
A passenger in the van, Fred Jackson,
41, was airlifted to Shands in Gaines-
ville with serious injuries. Both he and
Ocker have since been released from
the hospital.
Authorities shut
down the highway
for several hours fol-
lowing the collision.
Numerous correc-
tional officers were
on hand .assisting
deputies and EMS,
but all appeared a
bit stunned as their
heads hung low,
deeply saddened by
the eventsthat had ..
taken place.
Lt. Bill Leeper
with the Florida
Highway Patrol said
that for unknown
reasons, Bazzell Donald Bazz
crossed the center- before crashing
line and struck the h


Starke to bid rect s....


building' this summer


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

SThe Starke City Commission
agreed to advertise ford bids on a new
multipurpose recreation facility for the
city.
With a master plan developed,
architect--PauL. Stressing presented
a scaled-back design- o6 the--city!i-
commission last week that it might be
able to afford. The city doesn't have
all of the money necessary to build
a complete facility, but the architect
and the recreation board believe the.
building shell can be built with money
already set aside by taking advantage of
the economic slowdown and resulting
drop in construction costs.
Stressing said a pre-engineered


metal building was the way to go.
Commissioner Carolyn Spooner asked
about hardening thebuilding to serve as
a hurricane shelter, a goal of the city for
the facility. Stressing said the city could
ask for alternate bids in its advertisement
for a hardened structure and one that
is not. Hardening the building. would
cost more, aid Stressing said a metal
building is not ideal for that purpose.
The complete' facility would
accommodate sports like volleyball
and basketball, adult education
classes, cooking and dining, etc. The
economized design deletes the kitchen
and office space, though this can be
added back in time when the city can
afford to expand the facility.

See.REC page 12A


Few answers for electric

customers at workshop


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor


Few if any real answers have been
offered to city of Starke utility customers
who are at a loss for how they are going
to afford to pay recent electric bills that
were sometimes hundreds of dollars
above normal.
Frustration over the lack of answers
was aimed primarily at Bud Budrow. a
member services consultant from the
Florida Municipal Power Agency, sent
to represent the agency at the city's
workshop Monday.
Starke's participation as an all-
requirements project member with
FMPA means that's where all of its
power comes from. It also means issues
affecting the agency can be reflected in
customers' bills.
The prime example, and the issue
most discussed Monday, was the $6
million bill from Florida Power and
Light for alleged unauthorized use of its


transmission lines-a bill that FMPA is
passing on to ratepayers.
Budrow explained the issue in a little
more detail. FMPA uses FPL's lines to
distribute electricity to its member cities
and pays a price to do so, but it does
so according to a predetermined route.
If for whatever reason-a computer
malfunction, .transformer failure or
user error-the electricity does not
travel from point A to B as planned, but
goes from A to C to B,then FMPA must
pay for the use of the additional lines
as well.
FMPA's position is that the third party
that oversees scheduling transmission
for the agency is actually liable and will
pursue recovery of the cost. Budrow
also said FPL knew of the alleged
unauthorized usage for a while before
billing the FMPA.
As a result FMPA and FPL must go
back in time, day b) day for 16 months.


See WKSHP page 12A


This DOC van was carrying two officers returning to RMC after a
training exercise. One officer was killed in the head-on collision.


DOC van head-on. The preliminary
investigation showed no indication that


ell Jr. beat and stabbed a woman
g this truck into a DOC van, leaving
lim and another dead.


Bazzell tried to brake before colliding
with the van. Leeper said that his speed-
ometer was stuck on 88 mph.
Bazzell was a correctional officer
with the state from 1992-1997. He vol-
untarily left but was rehired in 2006 at
Florida State Prison. Spokeswoman for
the Florida Department of Corrections,
Gretl Plessinger, said Bazzell's employ-
ee records showed no prior problems or
disciplinary actions.
Sanderson graduated from Union
County High School, and having lived
most of his life in Lake Butler, he resid-
ed with his wife and son in Gainesville
for the past eight and a half years. He
had been employed witft DOC for more
than 10 years at the time of his death.
Sanderson is survived by his wife,
Heather Kelly Sanderson and a son, Lo-

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Starke may hire



GRU to read meters


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Starke is considering allowing
Gaines\ ille Regional Utilities
to read utility\ meters in the city
in' order to improve efficiency
and save money, according to
Operations Manager Rick'y
Thompson.
GRU shadowed Starke's meter
readers to audit the operation
and made suggestions for
improvements-suggestions it
would undertake if assigned the
job of reading the city's meters.
GRU discovered issues
contributing to misread meters,
missed revenue and customer
complaints while surveying the
cit\'s process.
Starke has three metered
utility services--electric, water
and gas-and approximately
7.200 meters to read each month.
(Water metering is used to
determine monthly sewer usage.)
Theefficiency ofthecity's route
design was a big issue for GRU,
which said a redesign is needed.
It would take approximately three
months to completely reorder the
meter reading routes eliminating
breaks that cause readers to move
from one area to another.
Currently, active meters are
clustered around a particular
account even if located in
separate areas of the city. This
means meter readers have to
move from area to area without
reading every meter, only to have
double back to capture the meters
they missed. It's an inefficiency
that will take time, effort and
customer patient to correct.
GRU wants to place all of
the city's meters into the billing
system, including both water
meters typically installed at
commercial and industrial
locations. One captures low
flow and the other high flow, but
typically only one of the water
meters is read, under collecting
revenue for all of the service
provided. GRU would read both.
Starke's meter numbers are not
properly documented, according


to (iRI. The city relies on its
meter readers' knowledge of
the system to association these
meters with the correct accounts,
but GRU said the city could
avoid customer complaints and
wasting administrative time
applying credits or back billing
customers.
When Starke readers encounter
a meter that is not recognized
by their handheld devices, it is
assumed the account is inactive
or being read by a coworker. GRU
noted there w\as no verification
made to ensure that the meters
have not been tampered with.
Keeping track of the hundreds of
inactive meters would require a
configuration or program change
in the city's billing system,
but would better protect the
city's assets through monthly
inspection. It also ensures the
integrity of the route since not
reading meters means they are
out of sequence should a new
account be opened.
One recommendation
Thompson crossed through had
to do with the installation of
electric demand meters, which
would call for billing customers'
based on their highest monthly
demand for electricity. Currently,
cost resulting from demand
is shared evenly across the
customer base, and Thompson
said he believes that's the fairest
way to do things.
Thompson said a contract with
GRU could save the city money
and get meters read in a more
timely way.
While GRU has yet to present
a quote to the city, Thompson
said contracting meter reading
to GRU would save the city
money. The city would pay GRU
per meter read, with efficiencies
introduced reducing the cost to
the city from $2.50 per meter to
around $1 pet meter, Thompson
said.
Because this is contract
work, the city would be paying
a contract price and not have to
pay GRU workers benefits such
as pension and insurance.


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The city would not be letting
its meter reading employees go,
however. It would be using them
in other areas.
Thompson said with one
more employee set to retire in
the coming weeks, the utility
department would be down 11
employees. Rather than hire
additional employees during
the hiring freeze and incurring
additional personnel costs, he
will change the responsibilities
for these two existing employees.
They could even assist reading
meters if necessary or work on
connections for new customers.
Once GRU and the city clerk
determine whether the city's
billing system is compatible with
what it would like to do, GRU
will be able to present a final
quote on the contract price.
When a quote is prepared and
final details arranged the matter
will be put before the commission
for consideration.


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March 16
The Pleasant Grove Action
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monthly meeting on Monday,
March 16, a 7 p.m. in the annex
of the Pleasant Grove United
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Chamber Events Calendar

Bradford County Development Authority
Thursday, March 12, 2009
12 Noon
Community State Bank Boardroom* 811 S Walnut St
Lunch provided

Friday Fest Cruz In
Downtown Starke on Call Street
March 13, 2009
5:00 pm-9:00 pm
Cars, awards, and entertainment


St. Patrick's Day Party
March 17, 2009
6:00 pm-10:00 pm :
Includes and Irish Buffet featuring traditional
selections and festive green additions
Dance Music and Entertainment
by DJ Boogie Knights
Admission $17.00
Tickets may be purchased at the chamber or at the
door. Gov. Charley E. Johns Conference Center

Bradford County Tourism Development Council
Thursday, March 19, 2009
12 Noon
Chamber Office Boardroom 100 East Call Street
Lunch Provided

President's Breakfast
Tuesday, March 24, 2008
8:00 am-9:00 am
Butler Seafood House and Grille
315 N. Lake Ave Lake Butler, FL 32054
Sponsored by: FloridaWorks

NFRCC Board of Governors Meeting
Thursday, March 26, 2009
12 Noon
Gov. Charley E. Johns Conf Center 1610 N Temple
Lunch Provided

Main Street Starke Board Meeting
Monday, April 06, 2009
12 Noon
Chamber Office Boardroom 100 East Call Street
Brown Bag Meeting


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l11th Annual Bradford County 0
'f Strawberry Festival
S.9 Saturday, April 18 9:00 am-7:00 pm
Sunday, April 19 9:00 am-5:00 pm
Prm
"Legends Show" Saturday at 7:00-10-00 pm
Downtown Starke on ('all Street
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your favorites including, Patsy ('line, Loretta ILynn,
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Sims, Stockdale win top titles


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
No one puts on a show like
the talents of Broadway, and
with that in mind, the 47h annual
Bradford-Union Strawberry
Pageant celebrated opening
nights and crowned two new
strawberry royals.
Katelyn Sims was crowned
2009 Strawberry Queen and
will represent the county in that
respect at a number of events,
including the fair, which begins
tomorrow. Katelyn, a Bradford
High School senior and honors
student, is the daughter of David
and Leisa Sims of Lawtey.
Her platform is cystic fibrosis
awareness, and she is an
international spokesperson for
the cause. She brought the house
down with her dance performance
to Britney Spears' "Circus," and
went on to win the talent award
in the queen competition.
Katelyn was also judged the
most photogenic queen contestant
and won the casual wear award.
She loves sushi and animals,
and aspires to be a veterinarian.
She enjoys cheerleading, dance,
writing poetry, and playing
softball and basketball.
She was sponsored by
Terry Vaughan and Cowboy's
Steakhouse.
Thetwootherqueencontestants
were the competition's runners-
up. Andrea Andrews also won
the communication award for her
interview performance. Holly


2009 Strawberry Queen Katelyn Sims prepares to be
crowned after receiving her sash from 2008 Strawberry
Princess Abbie Clark.


Best won for her evening gown .:_.......
and received the community "
service award.
The queen's prizes include-a 'I
$1,500 scholarship, plus jewelry, S
flowers and photo sessions ..
donated by local businesses.
Runners-up receive a $450 "
scholarship.
Bethany Stockdale was
crowned 2009 Strawberry
Princess. The daughter of Jeff
and Sheila Stockdale of Starke
Bethany is an aspiring journalist ",
whose platform is individuality. .
The A-B honor roll student sings
in a Christian band and enjoys
playing tennis, surfing and
wakeboarding. The queen's runners-up, And
She recently completed her,
first novel, inspired by her best ho 'on _a'talent award for her
friends. twir.i7 g performance.
Bethany played the guitar and The director's award went
sang the song "Loving Arms" to contestant Maegan Soble.
by the Dixie Chicks, written by Chelsea Ruby was named Miss
Bob Dylan, and won an award for Congeniality, and Darian Hill
her interview performance in the was named Jean Queen for her
pageant. work collecting jeans that will
She was sponsored by Capital be given away to women and
City Bank. children in need. Also competing
Runner up was Kaelyn Beck, was Alana Stevens.
who was judged the most Chelesea, Darian, Holly and:
photogenic princess contestant. Katelyn were recognized for
She also won for casual wear and program ad sales.
evening gown. Second runner-up The princess' awards include a
in the princess competition was $600 savings bond, plus jewelry,
Taylor McCormick,.a majorette flowers and photo sessions


Hatton. Outgoing strawberry
royals Brittany Cooper and Abbie
Clark gave a comic performance
from "Wicked," as did Starke
Academy of Dance performers
Emma Theus and Morgan
Mann.'
Theus, who wears the title
Petite Miss Strawberry Princess,
was one of the 2008 pageant
winners recognized. Also on
stage were Tiny Miss Strawberry
Princess Kylee Davis, Little


Miss Strawberry Princess
Jaelyn Jackson, and Junior Miss
Strawberry Princess Autumn
Rodgers.
John Cooper served as emcee.
Judges were Jennifer Hudson,
Hansford Joiner, Kevin Sanders,
Rita Steele and Taylor Witte.
Pageant executive director is
Angelia Crews who is assisted by
co-directors Kaity Dunfee,Jamie
Fennell, Merideth Fitzpatrick
and Sarah Lee Fitzpatrick.


drea Andrews and Holly Best.
donatedl b Toav businessesses"
Runners-up receive $400-$500
savings bonds, and all contestants
receive gift certificates, gift bags,
etc.
There are also individual
prizes for other awards won in
the competition.
Much of the show was set to
musical numbers from Broadway
hits such as 'Hairspray," "Aida,"
"Phantom of the Opera;" and
"Wicked." Performances
included an enthusiastic duet of
"You Can't Stop the Beat" from
"Hairspray" by guest vocalists
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Teacher, student recount 'trip of a lifetime'


Teacher Kathy Hobbs recently
traveled with students and others
to Europe Jan. 9-19.
"This whole 'students
traveling to Europe' idea came
from students who had traveled
with me to New York City and
Washington; D.C.. as fifth-grade
students. They wanted. more!"
said Hobbs.
Having traveled to Europe
eight times, Hobbs knew it was
"do-able" so she planned a trip for
high-schoolers, but also included
many first-time international
traveling parents and friends, as
well as a couple of veterans.
"One of the most fun activities
the students participated in
while we traveled was to create
podcasts using Flip cameras and
a Macbook Pro," said Hobbs.
The podcasts can be viewed
online at http://web.mac.com/
sunstrk/iWeb/EF%20France%20
and%20England/Podcast/
Podcast.html.
"Three days before we
arrived, snow blanketed France
and it was literally shut down by
its unusually cold weather and
snowy conditions," Hobbs said.
"Our first night out walking was
zero degrees. Thank goodness
we all went prepared!"
The next trip, a grand tour
of Italy, will take place in June
2010. Send an e-mail to sunstrk@
gmail.com for more information.
When students returned, they
were asked to write an article
they would like'to see in the
newspaper about their trip. The
following is an excerpt of an
account written by ninth-grader
Austin Winkler:
I just went on the trip of a
lifetime. Twenty-eight people
toured France and London. We
saw a lot of famous sites.
A white blanket of snow
covered France. On the first day
we took a walking tour of Paris.
While on the tour, we saw -the
Notre Dame Cathedral. It was
. beautiful. Above the'-dooi there
were carvings that told the story
of judgment. It showed an angel
taking people to Heaven, and on
the other side, it showed the devil
taking his people to Hell.
The people on the devil's side
look scared and worried.
That evening we took a bateau-
mouche down the Seine River.
From the cruise we were able
to see the Louvre, the tomb of
..,Napoleon and the.replica of,,the
Statue, pf Liberty.;, ,-, ,:.,
W.... e, also.saw the Eiffel Tower.:,
What a sight! It was .way taller
than I imagined. It was lit up and
every hour lights on the tower
sparkled like diamonds. It was
really beautiful.
We traveled outside of Paris
to see Versailles. This was the
palace of three French kings
(Louis XIV, XV, and XVI). Louis
XIV, The Sun King, built the
palace. Describing the palace's
beauty is almost impossible. It's
spectacular! I saw paintings on
the ceilings and on the walls.
Many paintings showed the
.kings and queens in their royal
clothing. Many showed France's
military power. Statues showed
that Louis XIV loved big wigs!
Every room in the palace had
a name. There was a war room,
a peace room and a room that
celebrated love. Paintings of
Greek gods were on the ceilings.'
We took a peek in the cathedral
where Louis XVI and Marie
Antoinette were married. We


BHS student Austin Winkler pictured at Mont St. Michel.


Pictured above at the Arc de Triomphe are John Dempsey, Shirley Mangol, Austin
Winkler, Vickie McKinney, Nadine Barrington, Brandi Barrington, Tammy Winkler,
Sara Denmark, Missy Nugent, Chelsea Nugent, Teri Cash, Morgan Cash, Jodi Carroll,
Brianna Starling, Tracie Starling, Courtney Carroll, Sharon Aaron and Kathy Hobbs.
Others on the trip included Dewey McKinney, Sonya Baldtree, Tony Mangol, Andy
Baldtree, Shirley Mangol, Lari Ann Johns, Pamela Thompson and John Dempsey.;


Chelsea Nugent, teacher Kathy Hobbs and Sara Denmark
are pictured in this view of Paris from the Eiffel Tower.
walked down the queen's marble here. White crosses, in perfect
staircase. It was very grand. rows, cover the ground. I believe.
The Hall of Mirrors was all of us quietly said thank you
fantastic, with huge gold to the men for giving the ultimate
frames, windows and marvelous sacrifice.
chandeliers. This is where the We walked out.to the beaches.
Treaty of Versailles was signed This is where the American
ending World War I. troops came in to liberate
We traveled out to my favorite France on June 6, 1944, D-Day. I
stop, the beaches of Normandy. imagined how hard it would be to
We stopped by Mulberry. This climb those cliffs with Germans
was a man-made harbor where shooting at you and carrying 50
the British troops brought their pounds of supplies on your back.
supplies ashore. We went to the The oceans turned red that day. It
Normandy American Cemetery.. must iayepe,pp .aJor,rible sight.
This fis' ';a-' very powerful, ,is-ting'hdere macle ne proud
emotional, -iplace; Thereil.was a' o f'wh~lt'o~'en 'did i'f the
breeze, and it was very peaceful. freedom of France and the world.
We were standing on American I was filled with patriotism and
soil! The French gave 200 acres very proud to be an American.
to us because they appreciated We visited many beautiful
our help during the war. French .ports like Honfleur,
Over 9,000 men are buried Cancale and St. Malo. These


New Direction Singles Ministry will be hosting

SINGLES MOVIE NIGHT
at NORTHSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH FAMILY LIFE CENTER
(Comer of SR16 & CR225/Bayless Hwy)
SATURDAY MARCH 21, 2009
6:45pm-9:45pm
Featuring

LEFT BEHIND II
TRIBULATION FORCE
Refreshments will be served after movie. Childcare available
For more information call 904-226-1437 or 904-964-7124
or email; NewDirectionMinistry@yahoo.com


people rely on boating and
fishing. Many people build
and repair boats or work in the
restaurant business. The seafood
was fresh and delicious.
I liked hearing the stories that
the locals told. One lady from St.
Malo told us about her ancestors.
They were pirates. There were
reefs around their fortress. They
just waited on ships to get stuck.
Then, they would sail out and
take their belongings. They also
sailed, attacked other ships on
the sea, and took all their booty.
They were supposed to give
the king a third of all that they
captured. They were defiant and
-would sneak the most valuable
items in on small boats and keep
them for themselves. They gave
a third of the other items to the
king. They got very rich off of
this.
Still defiant to this day, they
fly the flag of St. Malo over the
flag of France!


We traveled by the Eurostar,
sometimes called the bullet train,
to London. We saw Big Ben and
Parliament, and Westminster
Abbey where royalty is crowned.
We rode out to Buckingham
Palace and saw the cavalry ride
by. We saw St. Paul's Cathedral
and stood in Trafalgar Square.
We took a bus to Greenwich and
stood on the Prime Meridian.
I placed my left foot in the


eastern hemisphere and my right
foot in the western hemisphere.
That was cool!
I really enjoyed this frip,
learning a lot about the history
and the people of France and
England. I had learned about
these places from textbooks,;but
experiencing then made all that
I'd learned real. It's something I
will never forget.


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Starke Elem. School Terrific Kids announced


Church News =


Kiwanis Terrific Kids announced at Starke Elementary School in December included
(front-back, I-r) Jessica Traylor, Kelsey Canady, Trinity Etchison, Nathaly Ramirez,
Ashaureah Bass,.Logan Evans, Brianna Gibson, Corbin Perry, Autumn Lancaster,
SKhloe Riley, Blake McKenzie, Nikita Thakor, Murphy Dyess, Simone Hudson, Kaylie
;- Whitehead, Kinley Lee, Dustin Addison, Rachel Roper, Hannah Alford, Nicholas
Steffan, Sidney Clark, Travis Rhoden, Brandon Rhue, Kanaya Martin, Lindsey.
Valdovines, Ashley Smith and Christy McCarthy.


Kiwanis Terrific Kids announced at Starke Elementary School in January included
(front-back, I-r) Jayden Givens, Levi Mitchell, Tyesha Oliver, Grant Gillenwaters, Jacob
Cavin,' Tommy Padgett, Trey Miller, Zavien' Collins, Zachary Yarben, Bailee Shepherd,
: Laney Sibley, Jeffrey"Tyso8i, Chelseialilts, Be-rilett Klgtiri, R.J. Martifi, Kacey Norman,
Casper Paul, Paige Henke, Ethan Cornwall and Brad Blanton. Not pictured: Ciarra
Hopkins, Jimea Tyson and Madison Cole.'


: -
Amanda Bergman

Bergman
named to
Dean's List
Amanda Lynn Bergman,
daughter of Pastor and. Mrs.
Douglas W. Bergman of Lake
Butler, was named to the Dean's
List at Pensacola Christian
College for her academic
achievement during the 2008 fall
semester.


LPN, PCT
applications
available
Bradford-Union Area Career
Technical Center, 609 N. Orange
St. in Starke, will have LPN
application available trough
March 20 in the student services
office between the hours of 7:45


a.m. and 3 p.m.
The LPN application deadline
is March 26 at 1 p.m.
App ications are also available
for the patient care technician
program. The' application
deadline is May 15 at 1 p.m.
For more information, please
call (904) 966-6769


M Come see us for all your hair care needs!
JGift Certificates Available
a Taking New Clients Walk-Ins Welcome
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The Bradford County Community Women
like to thaik the following for making this
Strawberry Pageant a success:
A&G Custom Framing & Gifts Starke Academy of Dance Belinda G
Alvarez Photography Starke Police Department Lisa Gaul
BHS Administration. Strawberry Patch Florist Jonathan ]
BHS Band / Chorus Programs Strawberry Tea Room Gloria Ha:
Bradford Co. Telegraph Subway of Starke. Jejetta Lee
Capital City Bank Thornton Photography Jeff Oody
Cellrite / Sprint Western Steer Family Shelley R
Contestant Sponsors Steak House Joy Tetsto
Cowboy's Steak House 'William's Jewelry Donna Tei
Ellianois Bill Aldridge Kristen Te
Emerson Nursery Clark Family Laura The
First Baptist Church Cooper Family Gayle Wea
Hampton Lake Bed & Breakfast Courtney Cragg
Jake Prevatt Productions Mark Crawford Mock Judg
Jennifer Adams Photography Daniel Crews Mock Judo
Julia's Florist Lori Davis Cooper, La
Merle Norman Cosmetics Studio Becky Dubolsky Virginia De
Norman's Roadside Market Joe Fennell Jim & Mar
Office Shop Joey Fitzpatrick Gordon &
One Stop Tailor Shop, Inc. MiYong Fitzpatrick Smith
Say I Do Bridal Steve Frandle


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New Covenant Baptist
Ministries' cornerstone laying
service will be Sunday, March
15, at 11 a.m., and the March 22
deacons ordination service \\ill
be at 3:30 p.m.

First Christian Church of
Lake Butler, 155 NW First St.,
will begin a series of classes
"Parenting-The Early Years" on
March 25 at 7 p.m. and continue
each Wednesday for a total of six
classes. Call the church office
at (386) 496-3956 to register for
this free informative class.

St. Anne's Episcopal Church
in Keystone Heights will host
a series of Lenten soup suppers
in the parish hall on Magnolia
Avenue Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m.

Fresh Start Fellowship holds
its annual perlo dinner from 4-7
p.m. on.Friday, March 13. Fresh
Start is located at 7191 S.R.
21, north of Keystone Heights.
Please call (352) 473-6550 for
further information.

Crossroads to Victory
Church of Raiford will hold a
yard sale to benefit the church
building fund Saturday, March
14, beginning at 8 a.m.

First Baptist Church of
Keystone Heights, 550 E.
Walker Drive, is celebrating its


Gaming Day
returns to
library
What better way to


enjoy


almost good weather than to hole
up inside and play video games?
To celebrate the Young Adult
Library Services Association's
Teen Tech Week, the Bradford
County Public. Library will
break out its gear and gadgetry-
projectors, televisions and
consoles-in preparation for the
return of its totally awesome
Gaming Day: four hours of
.flashing lights; sodas and snacks.
' imultedJ sports. andj, Guilar
Hero. '.'
The classics like Checkers and
Chess will be back in regal glory;
wear your poker faces, and bring
your Magic: the Gathering deck.
With the help and support
of Aaron's, the library is able
to offer an experience that is
hard to beat: several incredibly
large-screens (73-inches), %.wall-
projections, Xbox 360s, a PS3,
and a Wii. Tap into the library's
Wi-Fi with your PSP, Nintendo
DS or laptop to "multiplay."
The Bradford County Public
Library's Gaming Day will be
Saturday, March 21, and continue
from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. It is open
to, teens in grades six through 12
(middle school and high school).


60'" homecoming Sundja. lMrch
15, at 10.30 am itlh gucst
speaker Da% id Drake. direcir or
missions for Northeast Flonrd
Baptist Association Dinner on
the grounds "\\ll oll' n. .id
Drake will speak at that night's
revival service at 6 p.m. Revival
will continue through Wednesday
at 6:30 p.m.

St. John' Missionary Baptist
Church of Lawtey will have a
- prayer breakfast Saturday, March
21, at 9 a.m. with a program
beginning immediately following
* the breakfast.

Northside Baptist Church,
S.,R. 16 and C.R. 225, will host a
singles movie night presented by
New Directions Singles Ministry
Saturday, March 21, from 6:45-
9:45 p.m. The featured movie will
be "Left Behind II: Tribulation
Force." Refreshments will be
served and childcare will be
available. For more information,
please call (904) 964-7124.

Pine Hill CMC, C.R. 229, will
host a gospel concert featuring
The Glory Bound Singers on
Saturday, March 14, at 7 p.m. and
everyone is welcome to attend.
For more information, please call
(904) 964-5425.

Pentecostal Lighthouse
Fellowship, located: on Pratt


Because of overwhelming
turnout, the library has had to
limit space to just 50 gamers. Be
sure to reserve your spot as soon
as possible at the library's front
desk. Admission is $1, which
goes straight to the event's soda-
and-snack fund.
For more information, call the
Bradford Library at (904) 368-
3911.


St. in Starke, will host a revival
featuring the Pooler family from
Sunday-Friday, March 15-20.
Sunday services are at 11 a.m.and
6 p.m. Weeknight services are at
7:30 p.m. For more information,
contact Pastor Wayne Spratlin at
(904) 964-8890.

St. William Catholic Church
will hold a Lenten retreat,
March 23-25 with Father Tony
Eseke, UF academic and leader
at the St. Augustine Student
Center in Gainesville. For more
information, please call (352)
473-4136.

Christ Evangelical Lutheran
Church, 3760 SE S.R. 21 in
Keystone Heights, continues its
Lenten series "Father Forgive
Them" on Wednesdays at 7 p.m.
.The series continues until Holy
Week. Please call (352) 473-7629
for information.

E-mail the details of your
congregation's upcoming special
events to editor@ bctelegraph.
com. DEADLINE IS MONDAY
AT 5 P.M.


MBCA activities.
Guest speaker will be
March 12 will be Craig Teal,
project manager for the Florida
Department of Transportation
overpass of U.S. 301 at S.R. 26
in Orange Heights. Teal will
provide insight as to the exact
location of the overpass and how
it will facilitate traffic over the
much used CSX railroad at that
intersection.
Construction is scheduled to


M BCA meets begin this fall.
Carlos Diaz, DOT project
tonight mangerpf the current resurfacing
t ng of S.R.'26 between Gainesville
The Melrose Business and and Melrose will be available for
Communityy: Association is comments and questions.
holding.,iNt nonmihlyiltmetitfgJonl,,', '" 6r'h ie informationabout the
Thursday, March 12, starting at MBCA, please visit the Web site
6 p.m. The group plans to hold www.melrosefl. com/mbca, or
at www.melrosefl. com/mbca, or
similar meetings in June and call (352)475-3992
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Trinity Baptist

plans sports

extravaganza
An Outdoor Sports
Extravaganza hosted by Trinity
Baptist Church of Keystone
Heights will take place Saturday,
March 14.
Guest speaker Morris
Anderson, a worldwide big
game hunter and angler, will
be featured, and there will be
numerous exhibits with sporting
and safety information, games,
and events for all who attend.
. Dozens of prizes will be given
away, including a pheasant hunt
for two in South Dakota.
The extravaganza will take
place form 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and
a deep fried prime rib lunch will
be served at 12:30 p.m. Tickets
are $10.
For more information, visit
www.trinitybc.org or call (352)
473-7261. The church is located
two and a half miles south of
Keystone Heights on S.R. 21.


SLEGALS





BRADFORD
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4-H'ers

strawberry

auction next

weekend
You are invited to the Bradford
County 4-H Foundation's yearly
strawberry auction on March 14.
The strawberries auctioned off
are locally produced by Bradford
County growers. 4-H is grateful
for the support shown by the
local strawberry growers who
donate flats of berries to the
auction each year.
This year's auction will take
place in the live stock arena at
the Bradford County Fairgrounds
at 6 p.m. on Saturday, March 14.
A strawberry cake reception-will
precede the event at 5:30.
This is the only strawberry
auction that will be held this
year, although a new event has
been added, for the following
Saturday.
On Saturday, March 21,at 12:15
p.m., a strawberry pie contest
and pie auction will be held at
the pavilion on the midway. The
pie judging competition is open
to any youth from 5-18 years old


Together with that certain
manufactured home more specifically
described as:
2002, Fleetwood (32x52) with Serial
Number GAFL175A/B73184CD21.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this
Court on Feb. 19, 2009.
Ray Norman
Clerk of the Court
By: L. Brannen
Deputy Clerk
3/05 2chg-3/12-BCT


JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
CASE NO: 04-2008-DR-502 AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
INTHE INTEREST OF: FLORIDA
J.H., DOB: 12/23/05, CIVIL DIVISION
a minor child CASE NO: 04-2008-CA-000519
SUMMONS AND NOTICE OF U.S. BANK NATIONAL
ACTION BY PUBLICATION ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE,
THE STATE OF FLORIDA Plaintiff, I
TO: Belinda Burch vs.
Mark Helmbrecht a/k/a Mark James MICHAEL SPURLOCK; UNKNOWN
Helm SPOUSE OF MICHAEL
Address Unknown SPURLOCK; UNKNOWN TENANT
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a (S); IN POSSESSION OF THE
Petition has been filed in the above- SUBJECT PROPERTY,
styled Court by Debra and Armondo Defendant.
Cordone for termination of parental NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
rights and permanent commitment SALE
for subsequent adoption of the above NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN pursuant
named male child, J.H., whose date of to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure
birth is December 23, 2005. You are dated the 4th day of March, 2009, and
hereby commanded to appear before entered in Case No. 04-2008-CA-
the Honorable Phyllis Rosier, at the 000519, of the Circuit Court of the 8th
Bradford County Courthouse, Room Judicial Circuit, in and for Bradford
243, Second Floor, Juvenile Division, County, Florida, wherein U.S.
945 N. Temple Avenue, Starke, BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION,
Florida 32091 at the hour of 10:00 AS TRUSTEE is the Plaintiff and
a.m. on Wednesday, April 15, 2009 MICHAEL SPURLOCK; UNKNOWN
A.D. You must appear at the hearing SPOUSE OF MICHAEL SPURLOCK.
.on the:date and time specified .. UNKNOWN TENANT(S): 'JOHN"
FAILURETOPERSONALLYAPPEAR DOE, JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN
AT THIS ADVISORY HEARING TENANTS) IN POSSESSION OF
CONSTITUTES CONSENT TO THE SUBJECT PROPERTY are
THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL Defendants, I will sell to the highest
RIGHTS TO THIS CHILD. IF YOU and best bidder for cash at the EAST
'FAIL TO APPEAR ON THE DATE .FRONTDOORattheBradfordCounty
AND TIME SPECIFIED YOU MAY Courthouse in Starke, Florida, at 1100
LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS TO THIS a.m. on the 26th day of March, 2009,
CHILD NAMED IN THE PETITION the following described property as
ATTACHED TO THIS NOTICE. set forth in said Final Judgment:
WITNESS my hand as clerk of said EXHIBIT "A"
Court and the Seal thereof, this 9th A parcel of land lying in the NE %/ of
day of March, 2009. the NE %1 of Section 30, Township 7
INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES' South, Range 22 East, in the City of
needing reasonable accommodation Hampton, Bradford County, Florida;
to participatein this proceeding should said parcel being more particularly
contact Kristine Velez, as soon as described as follows:
possible (352) 337-6277, or if hearing Commence at the Northwest corner
impaired 1-800-955-8771 (TDD). of said NE % of NE '/ and run North
RAY NORMAN 00 degrees 35 minutes, 25 seconds
Clerk of the Circuit Court East, along the Northerly boundary
By: Casey Pappas thereof, 495.00 feet; thence South 00
Deputy Clerk' degree 19 minutes 19 seconds East,
Gertrude I. Kehn 25.00 feet to the Southerly boundary
Florida Bar No. 0870234 of the right of way of County Road
Attorney for Debra and Armondo 18 for the Point of Beginring. From
Cordone Point of Beginning thus described,
Post Office Box 381985 run North 89 degrees 38 minutes 25
Jacksonville, FL 32238-1985 seconds East, along said Southerly
Telephone (904) 573-5814 boundary, 147.00 feet to a found
3/12 4tchg 4/02-BCT iron rod; thence South 00 degree 19
minutes 19 seconds East, 239.00
feet to a found iron rod; thence North
PUBLIC MEETING 89 degrees 35 minutes 25,seconds
Regarding Lincoln City Recreation East,, 200.00 feet to a found iron
Park. A public meeting to discussthe rod; thence South 00 degrees 19
proposed Lincoln City Recreation. minutes 19 seconds East, 148.39
Park is scheduled for Wednesday, feet to a found iron rod; thence South
March 18, 2009, at 6:30 p.m. a the 89 degrees 55 minutes 45 seconds
EbenezerMissionary Baptist Church, West, 110:00 feet to a found iron
14815 SE 44'" Ave. (Steel Mill Road), rod; thence South 00 degrees 19
Starke, FL. For information, call 966- minutes 19 seconds East, 90.00 feet
6339. to an iron rod found on the Northerly
2/19 4tchg 3/12-BCT boundary of the right of way of Wee
Street; thence South 89 degrees 56
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE minutes 45 seconds West, along said
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN Northerly boundary, 106.00 feet to a
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY set iron rod; thence North 00 degrees
CIVILACTION 19 minutes 19 seconds West, 78.74
CASE NO: 04-2009-CA-24 feet to a- set iron rod; thence South
GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC 89 degrees 58 minutes 45 seconds
f/k/a GREENPOINT CREDIT, LLC, West, 129.00 feet to a set iron rod;
Plaintiff, thence North 00 degree 19 minutes
vs. 19 seconds West, 305.40 feet to the
LEE ANN KIGHT; THE UNKNOWN Point of Beginning. Containing 2.24
SPOUSE OF LEE ANN KIGHT; acres.
BILL ANDERSON; THE UNKNOWN TOGETHER WITH that certain 1971
SPOUSE OF BILL ANDERSON; double-wide mobilehome with ID#
CITIBANK (SOUTH DAKOTA), N2327, and Title No. 4452097 which
N.A.; JOHN DOE and JANE DOE, is located thereon and considered a
Unknown Tenant(s), permanent fixture thereof.
Defendantss. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
NOTICE OF ACTION INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
TO: BILL ANDERSON THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
3365 NW 182"d Street THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
Starke, FL 32091 THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS
.YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
for Mortgage Foreclosure, Damages DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
and to Reestablish Lost or Destroyed Persons with Disabilities requesting
Documents has been filed against reasonable accommodation to
you and you are required to serve a participate in this proceeding should
copy of your written defenses, if any, contact the ADA Coodinator at (904)
to: 374-3639 Voice/TDD or Via Florida
Sean V. Donnelly, Esq. Relay Service at 800-955-8771 at
3708 W. Euclid Avenue 945 N. Temple Avenue, Room 137,
Tampa, FL 33629 Starke, FL 32091. Dated this 4th day
on or before 30 days before the first of March, 2009.
date of Iublication andr file th; rinin; Ml i k


UCV U *II io w Tilei n e orgignal
with the Clerk of this Court either
before service on plaintiffs) attorney
or immediately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
The property proceeded against is
described as follows:
The South 262.38 feet of the East V/2
of the NW /4 of the NE 1/ of the NE
% of Section 16, Township 6 South,
Range 22 East, Bradford County,
Florida, less the East 166.02 feet
thereof and less and except any part
lying in graded county road along the
Southern Boundary thereof.


RAYt IIUMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: L. Brannen
Deputy Clerk
Law Office of Marshall C. Watson
1800 N.W. 49t" St., Ste. 120
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
Telephone: (954) 453-0365
Fax: (954) 771-6052
Toll Free: 1-800-441-2438
3/12 2tchg 3/19-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO: 04-2009-CP-0006


who are residents of Bradford
or Union counties. Whole pies
will be auctioned after the
competition around 12:45 p.m.
by the youth who competed in
the judging competition.
Money raised through the
strawberry auction and pie
auction help support the Bradford
4-H Foundation Scholarship
Program and program activities.
If you are not on the strawberry
auction mailing list and would
like to be added please contact
the Bradford County Extension
Office at (904) 966-6224.
4-H is open to all youth ages
5-18 regardless of sex, race, color,
disability, religion or national
.origin. It is the youth development
organization of the University of
Florida Cooperative Extension
Service and provides non-formal
educational programs to youth
and is a safe and nurturing
environment.



44


IN RE:
WARREN ATKINSON CANON,,
Deceased.
AMENDED NOTICE
TO CREDITORS
(Amended to Correct the Date of
Publication from February 19, 2009
to March 12, 2009)
The administration of the estate of
Warren Atkinson Canon, deceased,
whose date of death was December
10, 2008, and whose social security
-number is x-xx-xxxxxx, is pending
in the Circuit Court for Bradford
County, Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is Bradford County
Courthouse, 945 North Temple
Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091. The
name and address of the personal
representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set forth
below. "
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom
a copy of this notice is required to
be served must file their claims with
this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decendent's estate
must file their claims with this Court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRSTPUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALLCLAIMS NOT SO FILED WITHIN
THE TI ..,-PERIODS SET FORTH
IN, SECTION' 733 702 OF THE'
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this
Amended Notice is March 12,2009.
Personal Representative:
Bradley C. Canon
1016 Della Drive
Lexington, Kentucky 40504
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
TAYLOR & TAYLOR, P.A.
James J. Taylor, Jr.
Florida Bar No. 334057
Post Office Box 2000
Keystone Heights, Florida 32656
(352) 374-8088 (telephone)
(352) 473-8161 (facsimile)
3/12 2tchg 3/19-BCT
PUBLIC AUCTION
Ron Denmark Mini Storage will hold
a Public Auction on Friday, March
27, 2009, at 10:00 a.m. at 2117 N.
Temple Avenue, Starke, FL on the
following storage unit containing
personal items:
#7 C.. SHORT
#10 T. KNOWLES
3/12 2tchg-3/19-BCT


Pictured (I-r) are Roy and Carole DeCelle, sergeant and arms and treasurer of ABATE,
Starke Vice Mayor,Tommy Chastain, Tom Nugent, ABATE's state director of safety
education, and Greg Marshall, legislative trustee.


Be mindful bf

motorcycles
The city of Starke and the
county commission have joined
Gov. Charlie Crist in recognizing
May as Motorcycle Safety
Awareness Month.
The request was made by the
Black Creek Chapter of ABATE
of Florida Inc.
ABATE is a nonprofit
grassroots political corporation
organized by motorcyclists
to promote a positive .image
through local, civic, charitable
-and benevolent causes. In
addition to monitoring legislation


LEGAL NOTICE
The Better Jobs/Better Wages
Committee of FloridaWorks will hold
a meeting on Monday, March 16m at
2:30 p.m. at Tacachale, Building #3,
6121 NE Waldo Road, Gainesville, FL
32609. Please contact CeliaChapman
at 352-244-5148 with questions.
3/12 Itchg-BCT
LEGAL NOTICE
The Executive Committee of
FloridaWorks will hold a meeting on
Tuesday, March 17'" at 2:00 p.m. at
FloridaWorks One Stop Career Center,
4800 S.W. 13th Street, Gainesville,
FL. Contact Celia Chapman at 352-
244-5148 with questions.
3/12 1,tchg-BCT
LEGAL NOTICE
The First Jobs/First Wages Committee
of FloridaWorks will hold a meeting
on Tuesday, March 17th at 3:00 p.m.
at the FloridaWorks One Stop Center,
4800 S.W. 13th Street, Gainesville.
Please contact,Celia Chapman at
352-244-5148 with questions.
.'~" ..... ''" 3/12',Ttdhg-BCT
LEGAL NOTICE
.FjoridaWorks will hold a meeting on
Friday, March 20h' at 1:00 p.m. at
FloridaWorks One Stop Career Center,
4800 S.W. 13t Street, Gainesville, Fl.
Contact Celia Chapman at 352-244-
5148 with questions.
3/12 Itchg-BCT

LAKE REGION

NOTICE OF MEETINGS
HERITAGE COMMISSION
CITY OF KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
The Heritage Commission Committee
will hold a meeting on Tuesday,
March 10, 2009, at 6:30 p.m. The
meeting will be held at City Hall, 555
S. Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Heights,
Florida 32656. Please call 352-473-
4807 for more information. '
Each person who decides to appeal
any action-taken at these meetings
is advised that person will need a
record of the proceedings and that
accordingly, the person may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, including the
testimony and evidence upon which
such appeal is to be based.
3/05 ltchgtLRM
NOTICE OF MEETING
There will be a .Board of County
Commissioner Economic


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Suburban Carpet Cleaners
Professional Corpet &
Upholstery Cleoning
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Come worship with us
STARKE SEVENTH DAY
ADVENTIST CHURCH
Church Saturday 9:00 am.
School Saturday 10:30 am.


and testifying on behalf of
motorcyclists before Senate and
House hearings, the reduction of
motorcycle accidents is high on
the group's agenda. They work
to help drivers understand the
proper and safest way to share
the road.
The Black Creek Chapter,
for example, has developed a
motorcycle safety awareness
program to educate the non-
riding public because reducing
accidents saves lives. ABATE
stands for American Bikers
Aiming Toward Education.
Motorcycles are increasingly
used as a regular means of


Development Workshop.on Tuesday,
March 17, 2009 at 2:00 p.m. in the
BCC Meeting Room, fourth floor of the
Clay County Administration Building,.
477 Houston Street, Green. Cove
Springs, Florida, 32043. All interested
persons are invited to attend.
In accordance with the Americans
With Disabilities Act, any person
needing a special accommodation
to participate in this matter should
contact the Clay County ADA
Coordinator by mail at Post Office
Box 1366, Green Cove Springs,
Florida 32043, or by telephone at
number (904) 269-6376, no later than.
three (3) days prior to the meeting
for which this notice has been given.
Hearing impaired persons can access
the foregoing telephone number by
contacting the Florida Relay Service
at 1-800-955-8770 (Voice) or 1-800-
955-8771 (TDD).
Board of County Commissioners
Clay County, Florida
3/05 ltchg-LRM


i" ul ULI ::Norl .grilianuo
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
8r JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 63-08-CA-0092
AMTRUST BANK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOSHUA P. THOMPSON, et al.,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
to the Final Judgment entered in this
case now pending in said Court, the
style of which is indicated above.
I will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash at the Union County
Courthouse at, 55 West Main Street,
Lake Butler, Florida 32054, on the 260
day of March, 2009, at 11:00 a.m., the
following described property as set
forth in said Order of Final Judgment,
to-wit:
Commence at NW comer of SE /4 of
NE '/, Section 18, Township 5 South,
Range 21 East, and run South 315 feet
to Point of Beginning; thence run East
210 feet, thence run South 160 feet,
thence run West 210 feet, thence run
North 160 feet to Point of Beginning,
except right of way of State Road S-229
on the West side thereof and subject to
Ditch Easement for said road.
REVISED LEGAL DESCRIPTION:
SA parcel of land lying in the SE %/ of
NE %4 and run South 86 degrees, 42
minutes and 44 seconds West, 11.79
feet to the centerline of County Road


transportation, in part because
they reduce fuel consumption,
traffic and parking congestion,
according *to ABATE.
Motorcycles are' important
in commuting, touring and
recreation, the group says.
According to ABATE,
motorcycle ownership in Florida
has exceeded 750,000 registered
motorcycles. During the.month
of May, motorcycle organizations
across the country will be
conducting a variety of activities
to promote the importance
of motorist awareness and
safely sharing the road with
motorcyclists.


229 (formerly State Road S-229);
thence North 00 degrees, 01 minutes
and 05 seconds East, along said
centerline, 85.83 feet to Station 142-
13.22 (centerline point of intersection)
as per Department of Transportation
Right of Way Map, Section 3951+150;
thence South 00 degrees, 01 minutes
and 05 seconds West, along said
centerline, 315.16 feet to a set p.k. nail
and disc; thence North 89 degrees 48
minutes and 23 seconds East, 30.00
feet to a 3"x3" concrete monument
#2457 found on the Easterly boundary
of the right of way of said County Road
229 for the Point of Beginning. From
Point of Beginning thus described,
continue North 89 degrees, 48 minutes
and 23 seconds East, 172.21 feet to
a found 3"x3" concrete monument
#2457; thence South 00 degrees, 50
minutes and 03 seconds East, 160.00
feet to a set iron rod; thence South 89
degrees 48 minutes and 23 seconds
West, 174.59 feet to an iron rod set
on the aforesaid Easterly boundary;
thence North 00 degrees, 01 minutes
and 05 seconds East, along said
-iEasterly bo iar4 1iBOi00 feet to the
l f n-ofVBaginn~pIi4 ^ ._
.el above described parcel being the
same lands as intended in description
of Official Records Book 93, Page
250.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
ORDERED at Union County, Florida,
this 3"1 day of March, 2009.
Regina Parrish
As Clerk,Circuit Court
Union County
By: Crystal Norman
As Deputy Clerk
3/05 2tchg 3/12-UCT
PUBLIC HEARING
The Board of County Commissioners,
Union County, Florida, will hold a
Public Hearing'at 6:45 p.m. as well as
the Regular Board Meeting to follow at
7:00 p.m. on March 16, 2009, at the
Union County Courthouse, 55 West
Main Street, Room 101. Lake Butler,
Florida.
Michelle Thurman, Secretary
UCBOCC.
15 NE 11 Street
Lake Butler, FL 32054
(386) 496-4241/Fax 496-4810
Email: ucbocc@alltel.net
3/05 2tchg 3/12-UCT


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Kevin Harrison has joined the staff at the Back
and Neck Pain Clinic in Starke.



New face at local

chiropractic clinic


BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Tines Staff Writer
S Dr. Kevin Harrison recently
joined Dr. Virgil Berry at the
Back and Neck Pain Clinic
located at 601 E. Call St. in
Starke.
Harrison, 29, is a Union
County native who first met
Berry while interning at the
clinic last year. Harrison
graduated from Union County
High School in 1998. While
attending high school, he
played guard for the state
championship winning Tigers
football team, was on the
baseball and weightlifting
teams and was a member of the
FFA. Harrison went on to the
University of Florida, and in
2003, graduated with a degree
in communication sciences and
speech disorders.
Turns out, Harrison said,
that wasn't the career field he
wanted to pursue. He moved to
Daytona to attend the Palmer
College of Chiropractic,
finishing up in 2008.
Now;thaltrH atisnmw is aifhe
Bac k,and N&nr'l.rli W 1Ti&c,
Berry has been able to extend
the office hours. Regularly
open Monday, Wednesday and
Friday from 8 a.m. 6 p.m.,
the office is now accepting
appointments from 81 a.m. -
noon on Tuesdays and 2 6
p.m. on Thursdays.
Although they've only been


working together a little over
four months, Harrison said he
finds Berry to be a very caring
and knowledgeable physician.
"He takes the time to interact
and talk with his patients,
instead of just rushing them
through," Harrison said, adding
that these are traits he also feels
are important.
Harrison is the son of
Karen Griggs and Tracy and
Joe Harrison, a veterinarian
in Macclenny. He has three
brothers: Richard, Keith and
Seth. Richard Harrison is
the assistant pastor at Trinity
Baptist Church in Lake Butler,
Keith Harrison is physical
education teacher at Lake Butler
Elementary School and kid
brother Seth Harrison currently
attends school at Northside
Christian Academy in Starke.
He also has one sister, Talisha
Cunningham, who practices
dentistry on.Call St. in Starke.
Dr. Virgil Berry.'has been
practicing in Bradford County
for21 years. In addition to caring
chiropractic and, r.itional care
counseling, thellaJ &d' ebk
Pain Clinic offers in-house x-
rays, musculoskeletal support
devices, topical pain relief
items and licensed massage
therapy. The clinic also has an
established network for referral
diagnostic services such as
MRI, CT scans and blood flow
studies.


I can teach anybody how to get what they want
out of life. The problem is that I can't find
anybody who can tell me what they want.
-Mark Twain


FCCD golf
tourney April 3
The Florida Council on Crime
and Delinquency Chapter 5
will host a golf tournament on
Friday, April 3, at the Southern
Oaks Golf Club in Lake City.
The tournament is being held
to raise funds for the FCCD's
many training and community
service events.
The cost of the tournament

Benefit dinner
and auction
March 27
A dinner.and auction to
benefit 12 wheelchair bound
youths on a turkey shoot
will take place at the Lake
Butler Community Center
on Friday, March 27. To pre-
order a dinner or to donate an
item for the auction, please
contact Jason Stalnaker at
(352) 494-1541, Paul Kish
at (352) 494-2312 or Bobby
Adams at (352) 745-1105.


is $45 per player or $180 per
team. Awards will be given
to the first, second and third
place teams as well'as prizes
for closest to the pin and the
longest drive.
Registration the day of the
tournament is at 7:30 a.m. and
tee-off time is 8:30 a.m. For
more information, contact Joey
Hill at (352) 463-4347, Eddie
Winkler at (386) 466-1412 or
Kevin Lingis at (904) 368-
2593.


Commissioners say no to engine braking


BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
inmes Staff Writer
At the February meeting of the
Lake Butlercity commissioners,
a citizen's request was made
that commissioners look into
putting a stop to truckers who
use engine braking within the
city limits.
For those not familiar with the
term "engine braking," you'll
know what it is when you hear
it. Engine braking produces a
loud roaring noise that hits you
like someone scratching their
nails on a blackboard. The loud
noise rattles the windows and
doors of storefront businesses
along Main St. and other areas
in Lake Butler and can be heard
hundreds of feet away.
Engine breaking is used be
diesel trucks (mainly semi-
trucks) to allow the engine to
absorb energy to slow it down
as opposed to putting wear
and tear on break pads and


rotors. Engine braking works
by turning the engine into an
air compressor that produces a
sudden release of pressure, thus
creating the loud roaring noise.
Engine brakes are primarily
used as a means to reduce the
costs of maintaining standard
wheel brakes.
Lake Butler commissioners
passed a first reading of the
proposed ordinance during
the March meeting. "This
ordinance will. cut down on
the noise caused by semi-
trailers traveling within the
city limits," said City Manager
John Berchtold. The ordinance
authorizes Sheriff's deputies to
impose a $50 fine for each
offense.
Once adopted, the
Department of Transportation
will give the city the necessary
permits to place signs along the
roadways that prohibit engine
braking.


Extension Agent news


Beef Cattle
Management
workshop tonight
The UF-IFAS Bradford
and Union County extension
offices, in conjunction with the
Bradford/Union Cattlemen's
Association, will hold a Beef
Cattle Management and
Fertilization workshop on
Thursday, March 12, (tonight)
at 7:00 p.m. The workshop
'will take place at the Lakeside
Community Center, in Lake
Butler.
This program will provide a
practical perspective on body
condition scoringandevaluation
of cattle along with part two of
the two-part fertilization series.
For more information, contact
the Union County Extension
Office at (386) 496-2321.
Union County Extension
Director Jacque Breman,
Ph.D.

Pesticide Applicator
School and Exam
March 26
.-Thee, vTri-County Private
Applicatnr PesticideSchool anJ-
E\ari i'ill be held ri Thursda .
March 26, at the Baker Counl\
Extension Office. The program
is for individuals who would
like to obtain a Private
Pesticide Applicator license
from the Florida Department of
Agriculture.
This program will use the
training manuals "Applying
Pesticides Correctly" and
"PrivateApplicatorAgricultLira
Pest Control." These manujls
are available at the extension
office.
A Private Applicat.ir
Pesticide license is required to:
apply restricted pesticides .on
your own property. If you need
a license or know someone ho
does,'this will be an excellent
opportunity to participate in a
refresher course and take the
exams all in the same day. The
school will also offer CEU's
for those needing credits to


ia W health

Now Open
Joseph M. Charles Jr., MD


from
Lake
Butler


OBGYN
Please call or visit our website for an appointment
755-9190 or cwhlakecityobgyn.com
4225 NW American Lane, Lake City


re-certify their existing Private
Applicator license.
The cost for program
materials and refreshments is
$5 for those needing CEU's
and $20 per person (includes
two books) for those taking the
exam.A complete agenda can be
viewed by visiting http://baker.
ifas.ufl.edu/ on the Internet.
Reservations are required. Call
the Baker County Extension
Office at (904) 259-3520 no
later than March 24 to reserve
your spot.
Baker, County Interim
Extension Director Mike Sweat

Tri-County Pond
workshop
The Bradford, Union and
Baker County extension offices
recently held a pond workshop
in Starke.
Those whoattended measured
pond surface area and water
volume, then used those values
to calculate the'proper amount
of herbicides and pond' dye to
add to the water. The values
were also used to calculate the
proper amount of Dolomitic
lime that should be applied to
See POND, p. 8A


BRAKES



PROHIBITED.

*-P





Signs similar to this will soon be seen around
the city of Lake Butler.


If you pick up a starving dog and make him
prosperous, he will not bite you. This is the
principal difference between a dog and a man.
-- Mark Twain


Knowledge is not a passion from without the
mind, but an active exertion of the inward
strength, vigour and power of the mind,
displaying itself from within.
Ralph J. Cudworth"
1617-1688, British Theologian, Philosopher


Ralph Courson

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Remodeling Additions

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(386) 496-2461
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Attorney at Law
(386) 496-9656
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Corporate/LLC Formation Business Law
Real Estate Transactions Contracts Evictions
Divorce Custody Adoptions
General and Corporate Litigation Personal Injury
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Page 8A TELEGRAPH, TIMES 4 MONITOR.-A SECTION, March 12, 2009


Two area students

win Clay Electric trip

to Washington, DC


Local youth tour winners Chase Chambers of
Keystone Heights and Emily Brown of Lake Butler.


Emily Brown of Union
County High School and Chase
Chambers of Keystone Heights
High School are winners in
this year's Youth Tour to
Washington Contest. Each
year, four high school juniors
from Clay Electric's service,
area are selected to receive
an all-expenses paid trip to
Washington, D.C.
Courtesy of Clay Electric,
the two local students along
with two others, will spend
a week in Washington D.C.
during the nation's Youth Week
in June.
Last month, 16 high.school
juniors in the Clay Electric
service are were selected by
their respective high schools as
representatives to take part in
the Youth Tour program. The
students traveled to'Tallahassee


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the pond -following Dolomitic
lime and copper algaecide
demonstrations.
For more information on fish
pond management, contact the
Union Count\ E\tension Office
at (. % ., ,


19th Tri-county
Pesticide Update
huge success

On Feb. 17, there were 31
farmers from different counties
that attended the 19th Tri-
County Pestiside Update.
Attendance in the program
provided restricted pesticide
applicators with 3.5 continuous
education units.
The session was held at the
Raiford Fellowship Baptist
Church where farmers received
the latest information on
vegetable, hay, pasture, turf
pesticide and integrated pest
management presented by
University of Florida IFAS
Extension Specialists.
Dr. Jason Ferrell (UF-IFAS
Agronomy) gave an update
on pasture and hayfield weed
control practices. Extension
Vegetable Specialist Dr.
Bill Stall gave an update on
vegetable herbicides and'
Extension Entomologist Dr.
Eileen Buss offered the latest


Feb. 10-12, where they learned
how a legislative session is
conducted and how a bill is
introduced and passed. The
students met in the House
chamber and held a mock
legislative session, visited the
Governor's mansion, toured
the old Capitol building and
competed to be one of the
four students selected to visit
Washington D.C. in June.
As part of the competition,
the students took a written quiz
about electric cooperatives and
gave speeches that were scored
by a non-partisan panel of
-judges. The four students with
the highest scores in both areas
were chosen.
The Youth Tour program at
Clay Electric was implemented
in the summer of 1966.


information on insect control
for pasture, hayfield and.sod.
Agents who presented the
latest information on applying


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On March 9, University of
Florida surgeons became the
first in the state to implant
an electronic breathing device
in ventilator-dependent, spinal
cord-injured patient Chris
Crosby of Lake Butler.
The lightweight, battery-
powered diaphragm pacing
system was approved by the
FDA last year and is designed
to help spinal cord-injured
patients breathe without
external assistance.
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team used the NeuRx DPS,'the
same system that gave actor
Christopher Reeve freedom
from a ventilator after paralysis
following a traumatic spinal
cord injury.
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ent of UP surgeon's "Superman" device


Hospitals Case Medical Center
in Ohio. Onders pioneered and
used the then-experimental
device in Reeve's 2003
procedure.
"Today marks a major
breakthrough," said Lottenberg,
who led the UF surgical team.
"Though the procedure is
straightforward, the possibility
that it can partially or
completely liberate someone
who is otherwise 100 percent
dependent on a ventilator to
sustain life is of monumental
significance."
Lottenberg, Shands at UF
Level I Trauma Center medical
director, was the attending
trauma surgeon on Jan. 2,
when 27-year-old Crosby
arrived. Crosby had sustained a
traumatic upper-cervical spinal
cord injury that immediately
paralyzed him from the neck
down.
After receiving critical care


from the trauma center's multi-
disciplinary experts, Crosby
has spent weeks in the Neuro
Intensive Care Unit being
treated by UF neurosurgeon
R. Patrick Jacob, M.D., and
a team of specially trained,
critical care UF physicians and
Shands nurses.
Jacob said diaphragmatic
pacing is the best-available
option for many ventilator-
dependent patients with
traumatic injury to their upper
spinal cord.
"Our ultimate goal is to help
decrease the patient's reliance
on a ventilator in order to help
reintegrate him back into his
own home and community,"
Jacob said. "Even in the face of
paralysis, freeing him and his
caregivers from the costly and
restricting ventilator will bring
us one step closer to giving him
some part of his life back."
The UF team will monitor


Crosby's recovery fl
procedure in the
they can remove
external ventilation.
occur within one


rom today's
hope that
him from
.This could
to several


weeks, depending on Crosby's
recovery. After that occurs,
he will begin rehabilitation
treatment.
A formerly active youth
highly involved in his
community, Crosby said he
wants this procedure to offer
greater independence not only
for himself but also for other
ventilator-dependent patients
throughout Florida.
"I would like to thank Drs.
Lottenberg and Jacob and
Shands at UF for making a
procedure like this possible
in the state of Florida," said
Patricia Crosby, the patient's
mother. "Enabling Chris to be
able to return to a more active
lifestyle off a ventilator will be
tremendous."


Agent Jacque Breman along
with Bradford County's Tim
Wilson and Baker County's
Mike Sweat.
.Chicken and ribe dinners for
the workshop were provided
by Union County Sheriff Jerry
Whitehead.
A thank you also goes .to
the Raiford Fellowship


Baptist Church for allowing
the extension office to host
educational programs in their
meeting room.
For more information about
how to get a pesticide license to
apply restricted use pesticides,
call the Union County Extensiop
office at (386) -496-2321.


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Page 9A March 12, 2009

Funds raised, "good walks spoiled" at Keystone Heights Rotary golf tournament


BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Monitor Editor-
It was frustrated golfer Mark
Twain who described the game
as "a good walk spoiled." But
that didn't seem to hold up last
weekend when the weather
made up for even the worst
golf game.
The Keystone Heights Rotary
took advantage of the spring
clime with its annual fund-
raising tournament, held last
Saturday at the Keystone Golf
and Coumirty.lub.
Rotary President ..Harold
Gilstrap feared sponsor
contributions would be down
this year, given the lousy
economy. However, he was
pleased when around 50 repeat
and new contributors supported
the fund-raising effort,especially
individuals and small businesses


that paid $100 to $200 to be a
"hole sponsor."
The Keystone Heights Family
Medical Center was a major
contributor, as were the M&S
and Compass banks.
Among several first-time
sponsors were True Value
Hardware and business owners
like Tang Lee, owner of Lee's
Liquors and Keystone Laundry
and Dry Cleaning on S.R. 21.
Gilstrap' made an executive
decision to hand out more
modest prizes this year for first,
second and third place winners.
Prizes are also given for the
longest and straightest drives.
The decision to forego a
cash award provoked no end of
discussion. Some Rotarians felt
the first and second place cash
prizes for up to eight golfers.
encouraged attendance.
Gilstrap conceded that
registration numbers might go


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Tournament golfers (I-r) Brad Stephens, Tang Lee and
Kim Lee got a workout at the Rotary fund-raiser.


Local girl
competes for
teen title
Mallory Mauldin, 13, a
Keystone Heights resident,
recently won the title of Miss
Clay County Outstanding Teen
and will compete for Miss
Florida Outstanding Teen in
St. Petersburg this summer.
The areas of competition will
include interview, talent,fitness,
evening gown and an on-stage
question. Mauldin is currently
an eighth-grade student at
Keystone Heights Jr/Sr High
School.


Santa Fe
LakeFest
scheduled
March 28
The 10th Annual Santa Fe
LakeFest is scheduled for
Saturday. March 28, from 11
a.m. to 3 p.m. The event is
sponsored by the Santa Fe Lake
Dwellers Association.
The lakeside event is a day
of hands-on activities, nature-
related displays, food, kayaks,
gardening advice and live
music. Local musicians Whitey
Markle,.Dale. Crider and David
Beede will perform.
Face painting, an art area,
games and projects, live animals
and a poster show will keep
the youngsters busy. Florida
Wildlife Care's Tina Brannen
and rescued owls will be on
hand.
This year's festival honors
the memory of Al Burt,
renowned Melrose author and
environmental advocate known
as "The Voice-of Florida."
At noon, representatives of
Historic Melrose will receive a
donation from Santa Fe Lake
Dwellers to help complete a
nearby park project.
Members of the newly-
formed Santa Fe Audubon
Society will lead a bird walk
around Melrose beginning at 10
a.m., and will go along on free


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Rotarians (I-r) Shelley Gibbs, Bud Mizell and Chuck
Willis hash out the details of such golfing lore as a
Florida scramble, mulligans and a hole in one.


down without the cash prize, but
pointed out that some past cash
winners hadn't returned for the
following year's event.
The total number of golfers
who s registered was indeed
smaller, though the reasons
were unclear. Later, Gilstrap
discovered that a major meeting
of Rotarians statewide and
political events in Tallahassee
had. more likely brought the
numbers lower.
The maximum number of
tournament golfers the Keystone
course can hold-is somewhere,
between 75 and 90. The
tournament attracted around 40.
At the Johnny's Barbecue
luncheon afterward, the club
presented a check to Fred Meirs
of Seamark Ranch, a local faith-
based home for abandoned or at-
risk youth. Gilstrap emphasized

The Lake D',weller- association
will also sh'-'w ofl its RI.', nold's
Preserve. purchnscd thriiughh a
Florida Forevcr grunt.
The event ori.inated in
2000. \\hen Fril/i ( Uls)n, Lke
resident and Director oI Current
Problems Adopl A-Ri \ er.
suggested a lake" ide clean-up.
The fun has coincided \\ih Ihhe
clean ip fur Inilal ,, .r.
Hom\c~r. in rece inl I crs the
amounts of trash and in\ si\'.
plants coillecled hIe dec' JrcrLed
drainaticall\N; hioperull\ bhecIuIe
past efforts had an iimpII.
This \ ear, the group decided ,-''
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spokes\\ oman .ill Me u ire said
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of golf. Players enjoyed a beautiful day with mild
weather; and golfed through blooming spring azaleas
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charitable giving to programs
like Seamark, local athletics
and the international effort to
eradicate polio.
Keystone Heights Mayor
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four-person team came in at
first place. Instead of cash, they
got caps that identified them as
tournament winners. A number
of out-of-town golfers said
they'd had a terrific time and
would come again. The $100
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them, they said..
Hole sponsor Lee played
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said Kim got up at 6 a.m. that
morning in anticipation of the
golf game, which started a bit
before 9 a.m.
Last Tuesday, Gilstrap after

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KHHS alumni return for mouth-watering cookoff


BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Monitor Editor

Both Larry Risher and James
Smith graduated in 2007; but
went back to Keystone Heights
High School last week as
experienced chefs. Both young
men went through the school's
culinary arts program.
Instructor Meri-Lyn
Piantanida brought the two
men back for a cook-off and
classroom demonstration for
current students.
Smith is now a chef at
Blue Water Bay Restaurant in
Melrose. Risher is a chef on
the U.S.S. Louisana, a nuclear
Navy submarine stationed in the
Pacific, but was home on leave.
Risher said he feeds 155
sailors twice a day. He has also


received awards and
commendations, not -
just for his cooking, -,
but for service aboard '
a nuclear sub as well.
He said he had to
know not only herbs
and spices but a great
deal about nuclear
submarine operations
as well, especially in
emergency and battle
conditions.
"Like everyone
else on board, I have
to know how to save
a fellow sailor if the Risher
need arises," he said. sugar g
Smith said he had dish of
been cooking at the
restaurant since he was in high
school and prepares around 150
individual meals per day.


Alumni chef James Smith hasn't gone so far from
home as his cook off competitor. He cooks at Blue
Water Bay Restaurant in Melrose, where he has worked
since high school.


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ask for the Clay County Agricultural
Center, 2497W S.R 16 in Green
donations Cove Springs. OnApril 28,from
Shriners from the Keslone .-6.630 until 8-30 p m a class %%ill
Heights Shrine Club will be be held at Ke3slone Heights,
asking for donations for the City Hall, 555 South Lawrence
Morocco Shrine Center in Boulevard.
Jacksonville on Saturday' Contact John Ward at
March14 at several, locations in (904) 219-0640 for further
Keysione Heights. The March information.
meeting of the club will be at 6
p.m. on Saturday, March 14 at Star party at
SE 3rd Ave. Area Shriners and
Master Masons, F & A M, are Gold Head
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weather permitting:
The program includes views
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The party will meet at at the
park's Recreation Field. Go to
Pavilion 49 in the picnic area
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prepared steaks with a brown
laze, with a salad and a side
penne and tomato sauce
At last Thursday morning's
cook off, the two men moved
quietly around two adjoining
areas of the school's culinary
arts kitchen. They were required
to gather all their food items.
Landlubber Smith chose to
serve grouper, while sea-going
Risher decided on steaks.
Even in the arrangement
of the two chefs' work spaces
there was a contrast. Smith,
the restaurant chef-where flair
counts-had shiny citrus fruits
and vegetables displayed around
his work area in almost floral
arrangements.
As if to say there's not a lot
of extra space forfrou-frou on a
nuclear submarine, Risher kept
his workspace sparse and tidy,
with food items brought out as
needed.
KHHS students sat in a semi-
circle staring intently as the two
men worked. The students asked
a few questions but seemed
hesitant to break the chefs'
concentration.
*Risher prepared a half dozen
neatly trimmed brown sugar-


Smith's colorful salad was
capped off with a shrimp
garnish.


them and a blanket to sit on.
Dress warmer than you think
necessary.
Admission to the park is $4
per car. For more information,
call (352)473-4701.

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KHHS alumni chef Larry Risher now cooks for 155
sailors, two meals each day, on a nuclear submarine.


coated steaks while Smith went
for blackened grouper on a
grilled pineapple slice with a
fresh strawberry glaze.
When the entrees hit the
grills, the aroma drifted down.
the corridors, bringing other
students and staff members into
the kitchen classroom.
The taste-test judges included
nurses Lynn Dickinson and
Dottie Morford, with Keystone
Heights Farmers Market
coordinator Sandy Rogers and
school staff member Connie
Crawford. The men were
judged not only on style and
presentation, but also on food
handling professionalism and.
healthy, safe procedures in a
public kitchen.
Smith took first place and
Risher, who was home on leave,
was given an honorable mention.
The Navy chef said he had'been
friends with his opponent when
the two were in high school and
presents "Florida's Water
Resources," with speaker Karen
Ahlers, President of the Putnam
County Environmental Council.
SThe meeting will be held at
the Trinity- Episcopal-Church,...
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17, at7 p.m.
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they were still friends.
"If .you're into food for
competition," Risher laughed,
"you've forgotten why you went
there in the first place."


CERT
2009
schedule
A free eight week program
is sponsored by The Clay
County Division of Emergency
Management will consist of
one class per week covering
Disaster Preparedness,
Fire Suppression, Disaster
Medical Operations, Treating
Life Threatening Injuries,
Light Search /Rescue, Team
Organization and Emergency
Response to Terrorism...
A class will be held .in
Keystone every Thursday
from April 16 to June 4, from
6:30 to 9 p.m. at Keystone
Heights City Hall, 555 South
Lawrence Boulevard, in
Keystone Heights.
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or e-mail john.ward@co.clay.
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UDC to meet
The United Daughters of
the Confederacy will meet at
the home of Joni Ray at 1
p.m., on Monday, March 16.
The national and local UDC
benevolence objective will be
discussed.
Any female descendant of
a Confederate military person
is eligible for membership,.
Contact Ann Weaver at (352)
473-3326 for information.


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Refreshments will be served. Fieldtrips will be announced. For
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In the pages of Florida's rich
history is the familiar story of
Juan Ponce De Leon and his
search for the fountain of youth.
While this fountain proved to
hold no magical powers, there
may be a local resident who has
found her own road to a life-
extending fountain. The secret
lies in the oldest of all advice:
exercise.
Lake Butler resident Mayme
Davis is an active member of
the Bradford-Union YMCA in
Starke and a student in the Silver
Sneakers class. The drive is long,
but 86-year-old Davis does her
best not to miss a class.
Silver Sneakers is a fitness
program for older adults that, by
promoting health through regular
exercise, also allows' participants
to live more fulfilling and
independent lives.
Davis said she hasn't been
exercising all of her life, but led
an active lifestyle, raising two
children and working. She also
cared for her husband of 55 years,
and when he passed away, the
house got very large and lonely.
Davis decided not to become
discouraged, but to find an outlet
she enjoyed.
The Silver Sneakers class,
led by Holly Norman, can also
be a called a social club. They
greet each other with smiles
and updates of personal current


events. Friends and fellow Silver
Sneakers are impressed with
Davis' ability to outdo most of
the other participants.
"She puts us to shame" said
Linda Jones of Davis' ability to
conquerall the machines, weights
and workouts that can be tough,
even for some younger members
of the group.
Davis says she is thankful to
have her health at her age, and
attributes her extra energy to the
exercise.


"The days I don't come in, I
feel worse," she said.
Davis knows the value of taking
care of her health, since she has
been coping with diabetes for
30 years. Ultimately, Davi does
the exercise because she!loves
it and enjoys the extra energy it
gives her to do other things, like
mowing her own yard.
Some advice Davis gives to
anyone who may ask is, "Stay in
shape, that's what it takes."
A positive attitude-evident


Seniors like Mayme Davis
.(center) can build strength
and endurance through the
YMCA program.

in Davis' smile-seems to be
another important ingredient.
So, the fountain of youth may
not be hidden in the beauty of
the Florida landscape but found
in the walls of the local YMCA,
waiting to be discovered by
anyone who wants to follow in
the silver sneakers of people like
Mayme Davis.
For more information about
YMCA and its programs for all
ages, call (904) 964-9622, or visit
the facility at 452 N. Temple Ave.
in Starke.


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full time at an accredited college


SaVing energy br university and be accepted
into an education program to
and money continue for the bachelor's or
master's degree in the field of
presented education.
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M arch 21 available from Iva Jean Harrell at
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ideas you can use to reduce
your carbon footprint, reduce
your energy costs and save
money while protecting the
environment.
You will learn how to use
carbon footprint calculators to
help identify areas where you
can make savings in energy use
and money. Other topics covered
will include using discarded
items, buying second hand,
buying local, growing your own
food, saving and reusing water,
using plants to harvest the sun,
and more.
Weather permitting, a walking
tour of the teaching farm and
the adjoining pine and cypress
forests will look at how the ideas
discussed would fit the land.
The workshop will go from 10
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snack and lunch will be provided
for a suggested donation of $25.
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e-mail bob@fcpj.org.

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the Alpha Nu Chapter of Delta
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A free acting workshop is
being offered Saturday evening,
March 14, with actor Tory
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Rich or Die Tryin',","Tigerland"
and others.
The workshop is for those 13
ears of age and older and space
is limited Please sign up by
calling (904)'964-5088.

Class of '99
plans reunion
The Bradford High. School
Class of 1999 is having its 10-
year reunion Saturday, June 13,
at 7 p.m..at Camp Blanding. All
1999 grads are invited to bring a
guest for anrevening of food and


fun.
Reserve your" spot in March
to pay just $45 for you and your
guest. Deadline for reservations
is May 31 and cost increases as
the event approaches.
Mail check or money order
payable to BHS Class of 1999 to
P.O. Box 335, Starke, FL 32091.


Please include the legal name of
you and your guests so there is an
accurate list for Camp Blanding
security.
If you have not been contacted
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e-mail your contact information
to bhsclassofninetynine@yahoo.
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Thedeletionsallow the building
to be trimmed to a simple, easy-
to-construct rectangle shape
while maintaining the primary
elements of the recreation
facility-the gymnasium and
multipurpose classroom.
This will allow the project to
be bid as a pre-engineered metal
building with multiple alternates,
: such as the addition of bleachers,
concrete block on the exterior,
etc.
The building can be
economically expanded in the
future, Stressing said.
Mayor Wilbur Waters
questioned whether this was the
right time. to pursue a project
with this price tag, and he wanted
to know if there was an estimate
on the cost of the monthly
utility bills for the facility
since that, along with insurance
and operating costs, would be
ongoing obligations for the city.
"This is a big, big expense


right here." Waters said. "I don't
know how we could afford it."
Apologizing for having to say
so. Waters said he couldn't see
even advertising for bids at the
current time. He said he and
other city representatives had
met with the county to discuss
contributing toward construction
of the facility, but the county has
made not commitments.
This has been a sore spot for the
city, since they say the majority
of the youth involved in the city
recreation program actually live
outside the city limits.
Waters said revenue shortfalls
and requests for relief on utility-
bills may require useof the money
budgeted for the recreation center
for other purposes.
That includes money from the
sale of the armory and money.
seat aside over several budget
years, for a total of more than
$647,000. According to City
Clerk Linda Johns, however, the
city's current revenue shortfall
has grown to around $350,000.
Spooner said the city
commission made a commitment


to the recreation department
year's ago, and even if the board
can't proceed with construction
the facility at this time;she didn't
see a problem with requesting
bids. The bidding process will, if
nothing else, expose the cost of
the new building.
There are ways to economize,
from the use of the inmate labor
to partnering with the community
for donations of materials and
labor, Spooner said. She also said
having .a "shovel-ready" project
will make funding assistance
with stimulus dollars more
likely.
There is a cost beyond
construction, for .not having
recreation programs, she said,
including increased crime.
Recreation Director Alica
McMillian encouraged the board
to take advantage of the positive
in the current economy and build
the facility for less. She said the
president is calling for Americans
to stimulate .the economy and
the construction of this facility
would help to stimulate the local
economy. All recreation is asking


for is a building shell, then the
interior can be finished as the
city can afford to, she said.
With a building, the rec
department can apply from grants
to help finish it, grants that aren't
available to construct if from the
ground up.
"We can't get anything from
dirt," McMillian said. "We've
got to show them we have some
type of building."
Pat Welch, who sits on the
recreation board, said the city
has to invest in the future of its
children. The reduced cost of
construction means it can get
more building for its money, he
said.
In the end, the commission
followed Commissioner Tommy
Chastain's suggestion to advertise
the project for bids beginning in
July. Chastain said.that would
give the city the opportunity to
see if revenue collection picks up
and will also put the city closer
to budget planning for 'the next
year.
Waters said it would also give
the county more time to commit


to assisting with the project.
Stressing proposed another
alternative that the city
commission could consider
as well, and that is to go the
construction management route.
The city would hire a contractor
based on qualifications, then
that contractor would develop a
guaranteed, cost for the project
based on the available budget and
use various local subcontractors
to complete the work.
McMillian pled with the board
not to use the money set aside
for the recreation building for
other reasons. That money-
including the funds from selling
the armory, recreation's former
headquarters-was supposed to
be earmarked for the recreation
facility, she said. -
Spooner said the city is a
keeper of its word.

Fire station sale to
be readvertised
First United Methodist Church
of Starke was the sole bidder
on the sale of the. city's old fire


station, which sits next to the
church and city hall. The $60,000
bid was rejected because the city
had requested a minimum bid of
.$140,000.
The reason for the low bid
was explained in a cover letter,
including the cost of replacing
or repairing the building's
roof, electric wiring, structural
damage and more. The church
also received a lower appraisal
on the value of the property than
the city did-$87,000.
Commissioner Chastain
suggested the city be lenient and
work with churches as it had in
the past, but Mayor Waters said
he couldn't see selling it for the
price submitted.
Attorney Terry Brown was
concerned about challenges if
the city sold the property now
despite advertising a minimum
bid requirement. He said the safe
thing would be to readvertise the
sale of the property without that
requirement.
The fire department no longer
occupies the station since moving
to its new Jackson Street station.


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Continued from Page 1A

to investigate. Budrow
repeated the promise that any
money recaptured by the agency
will be returned to ratepayers.
In the mean time, FMPA is
passing the $6 million bill on,
and Starke's share is reportedly
around $300,000, but there is
some question as to the actual
amount.
Mayor Wilbur Waters said
he didn't agree with placing
payment responsibility on the
city, then expecting the city to
wait and see if its customers
would be reimbursed.
"That, should be FMPA's


problem, not ours," Waters said.
Commissioner Carolyn
Spooner said Starke citizens
couldn't not afford FMPA's policy
of pay now and ask questions
later. This hasn't just affected
those living on limited incomes,
she said. The average household
is also facing unaffordable bills.
Commissioner Danny Nugent
pointed out this applies to
businesses as well.
Spooner said there needs to
be a solution other than the city
paying for transmission costs it
did not incur.
Starke's attorney, Terry Brown,
asked if FMPA had come up with
such a solution, but Budrow said
federal regulations require those
funds to be paid now. Brown said


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those regulations require FMPA
to.pay, not the city, but Butdrow
said the agency is nothing
without the municipal members
that comprise it.
Brown asked Budrow a
question from the prior meeting,
which was why the agency
couldn't borrow the money it
needed to pay the FPL bill, and
pay the debt off over time instead
of expecting electric customers to
generate enough revenue to pay
the bill in a matter of months.
* That is a decision that has to be
made by the executive committee,
Budrow said. The next meeting
of that committee is at the end of
March.
One piece of information the
city did not want was the new
estimated cost for the city to exit
its contract with FMPA: $50.2
million.
Brown asked what recourse
would FMPA have if the city


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Continued from Page 1A

Logan Chase Sanderson, both
of Gainesville. He is also sur-
vived by his parents, Gerald and
Elaine Aribld Saiideison of Lake
Butler, a brother, Gerald (Jerry)
Sanderson Jr. of Lake Butler and
a sister, Jennifer Dawn Sander-
son, also of Lake Butler.
On Tuesday morning, men
and women wearing their brown
Department of Corrections uni-
forms fined the street outside the
packed First Christian Church of
Lake Butler for the funeral ser-,
vice.


decided not to pay its power
bill other tharrfefriiiinatethe all-
requirements contract. Brown
believes if that happened, the city
would not be liable to pay costs
associated with leaving FMPA.
Budrow said that was a question
for FMPA's legal counsel.
Budrow discussed FMPA's
hedging program, showing the
commission a chart that shows
its percentage of. hedged gas
diminishing over time, although
the mix of hedged gas doesn't
fall below 75 percent until
November. That means-unless
natural gas prices rise again-
paying higher than market price
for much of the fuel needed to
generate electricity.
November wasn't soon enough
for those present, however.
Brown said his calculations show
that while the FPL transmission
bill was $6 million, millions
more had been lost througlf the


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The FMPA executive
committee has recently voted
to amend the hedging project
to add more flexibility to take
advantage of lower gas prices,
Budrow said.
He did compliment the city
on carrying out the voltage
conversion project, which should
help save the city money over
time. Recent figures show line
loss reduced to around 6 percent
from an annual average of 14
percent. The benefit from those
savings isn't being felt given the
current circumstances, however.
Utility customer Valara
Petteway called the workshop a
waste of time, saying questions
posed at the prior meeting have
still gone unanswered.
"We're suffering here."
Petteway said. "We don't need to
play games."
She asked. Budrow to take


recreation department.
Donations of items are being
requested for ,sale. If you have
items you would like to donate,
please drop them off at the
Lawtey City Hall.
More info can be found on
www.lawtey-fl.cobm.

Sign up for
YMCA fishing
tournament
The Bradford-Union YMCA
bass fishing tournament will be
held Saturday, March 28, at the
Kingsley Lake Boat Ramp in


the questions to the appropriate
person so the city could make
some progress, and he said he
would do that. Spooner said when
he did so, he should put a human
face on the questions being asked
and let the management at FMPA
know that people in Starke are
having to choose between paying
their rent and their utilities,
their electric bill and their
medication.
She said when the city took on
the conversion project, there was
an expectation of lower bills, not
a doubling of the monthly cost of
power.
The commission did not take up
the topic of postponing payments,
granting additional extensions 6r
instituting a payment plan. Thpt
could be taken up at the city's
next meeting at 7 p.m. on March
17, Waters said.


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Participants must pre-register
by contacting the YMCA at (904)
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facility at 452 N. Temple Ave. in
Starke.
There will be cash prizes for
winners. Entry is $100 per boat
for two fishermen. Additional
fishermen are $50 each. There
will be a five fish limit. Penalties
for late return, dead or under-
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a.m. Weigh-in begins at 3 p.m.
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Regional News

News from Bradford County, Union County and the Lake Region area


The Drop Tower is a favorite returning attraction this year. New this year will be a
family roller coaster with a 100-foot drop.


Bradford County Fair


begins 59th year Friday


BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
The 59th annual Bradford
County Fair begins Friday,
March 13, and continues
.through Sunday, March 22.
SSeveral special discount
armband days will take place
during the fair.
In addition to rides, there
will be arts and crafts and
home division (jams, jellies,
sewing, quilts, etc.) entries on
:.display for a ribbon-judging
competition along with farm-
animal judging and sales.
-Entertainment this year will


includes a demolition derby,
CWA wrestling, monster
trucks and an all-day horse
show. Several local musicians
will also perform.
A drawing for an electric
guitar and amp provided by
Glen Snow will take place
Saturday night, March 21.
Enter your chance to win for a
$3 donation or $5 for two
entries. Tickets may be
purchased at the Bradford
County Fair Association booth.
You do not need to be present
to win. All proceeds will go to
the Bradford County Fair
Association.


Fair admission price is $5
per -.person. Children 5 and
under are free.
Advance tickets and
armbands are currently on sale
at the fair office, the North
Florida Regional Chamber of
Commerce in Starke and the
fairgrounds ticket booth

See FAIR, p. 8B


Masonry showcase


more than competition


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As in any competition, those
who participated in the
Northeast Florida Pre-
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Showcase in Starke Feb. 27
wanted to come out on top and
claim they were the best
In actuality, though, all who
participated in the event could
call themselves winners
because they showcased skills
to industry personnel who are
Looking for competent
employees.
Starke served as the host for
the annual showcase, which
was held at the Bureau of
Federal Property Assistance,
for the fifth straight year.
Students from the Bradford-
Union Career Technical
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Menendez High School,
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square and range,
measurements, correct design,
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Rob Anderson
STARKE-Robert "Rob"
Havron Anderson, 56, of Starke
departed this earthly existence for
his Heavenly home with his Lord
and Savior Friday evening, March
6, 2009, while at Haven Hospice
in Gainesville following a short
but valiant fight with brain cancer.
Born in Jasper, Tenn., May 1,
1952, he has been a longtime
Florida resident. He worked with
Publix Supermarket in Clearwater
where he resided prior to his and
his wife's recent move to Starke.
Mt. Anderson was preceded in
death by his father, Thomas
Anderson.
Survivors include his wife,
Sandra Chitty Anderson of Starke;
his mother and stepfather, Billie-
Sue and Bill McClanahan of
Palmetto; two brothers, Sam
(Sandra)' Anderson of Jasper,
Tenn., and Kimberly (Sherry)
Anderson and niece Elizabeth
Anderson of Liberty, Texas; niece
Susan (Scott) Southerland and
nephew Tom Anderson of Jasper,
Tenn.
A celebration of Rob's life will


be held at 2 p.m. Friday. March
13, 2009, at the First Baptist
Church, 163 W. Jefferson St.,
Starke, with the Rev. Robert
Dennison and the Rev. Rodney
Coe officiating. Visitation with
Rob's family will- -be: held
immediately after the memorial
service.
The family is requesting there
be no flowers, instead memorial
contributions in Rob's name may
be made to Haven Hospice, 4200
N.W. 90'" Blvd., Gainesville, FL
32606 or The American Cancer
Society, P.O. Box 700, Starke, FL
32091. In keeping with Rob's
loving, giving and considerate
Christian personality, he requested
that his, body be donated for the
purposes of cancer research to the
State Anatomical Board at the
University of Florida's College of
Medicine. Milam Funeral and
Cremation Services, 311 S. Main
St., Gainesville, FL 32601 (352)
376-5361, is in charge of
arrangements.
PAID OBITUARY

Donald Bazzell
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-


Donald Lee Bazzell Jr., 43, of
Keystone Heights died Friday,
March 6, 2009 from injuries he
sustained in an automobile
accident.
Born in Garden City, Mich.,
Mr. Bazzell was the son of Donald
Lee and Constance Ann Smith
Bazzell. He served in the United
States Navy and was a
correctional officer for the state
prison system.
Survivors include his wife of 18
years Renee Bazzell and their
children, Anthony and Kyle
Bazzell of Keystone Heights; his
parents Donald and Constance
Bazzell of Westland, Mich.;
siblings, Richard Bazzell of
Atlanta, Ga., Phillip Bazzell of
Spring Hill, Fla., Rhonda Masse
and Amanda Boehringer of Mich.
Funeral services will be held
Thursday, March 12, 2009 at 4
p.m. in the DeWitt C. Jones
Chapel in Starke with Pastor Steve
Hayes officiating. Burial will be at
a later date. Arrangements are
under the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.


Mable G. Bell


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LAKELAND-Mable Lee
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Born Mable Lee Kirkland, she
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Geiger (Allison), Mildred Moore
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Bell, Michael Bell, Reyes I am standing upon the seashore.
Cardenas Jr., Ashley Cardenas, A ship at my side spreads her
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Cardenas; great-grandchildren,
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Shirah; and a dear friend, Ruth is an object of beauty and
White of Lakeland. strength. I stand and watch her
Graveside services will be held until, at length, she hangs like a
Saturday, March 21, at 2 p.m. at speck of white cloud just where
Kingsley Lake Cemetery in the sea and sky come to mingle
Starke. All friends and family are with each other
welcome to attend. Local Then someone at my side said,
arrangements under the care of ,
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of There, she is gone.
Starke. "Gone where?"
PAID OBITUARY Gone from my sight. That is alt.
She is just as large in mast and
Violet Conner hull and spar as she was when she
left my side, and she is just as able
STARKE-Violet Higginbotham to bear her load of living freight to
Conner, 78, of Starke, died her destined port.
Wednesday, March 4, 2009, at
Bradford Terrace. Her diminished size is in me, not
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Elizabeth Walton Higginbotham. "There, she is gone!" other eyes
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(Kathy) of Valrico, Fla., and Clatt wishes to express
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Brooker; sisters, Irene and Eunice their heartfelt thanks and
and a brother, Dub Higginbotham; appreciation to those of
nine grandchildren and six great- you who showed your
grandchildren. love for her at the time of
. Funeral services were held her passing on March 1,
Friday, March 6, at the chapel of 2009. The food, flowers
sones-Gallagher Funeral Home, and expressions of
Starke, with the Rev.. Jason. endearment have helped
Johnson officiating. Burial was in fen amily s very much
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OBITUARIES


Nancy Dowd
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Nancy
Lorraine (Reed) Dowd, 75, of
Keystone Heights, formerly of
Cedar Rapids died Thursday,
March 6, 2009, in her home
following a long illness.
Born in Decorah, Iowa, Mrs.
Dowd was a professional
seamstress, working at Jean's
Fashion and Von Maur in Lindale
Mall. She was a member of Lake
Area Bible Church in Metrose.
She was preceded.iin death by her
parents, Chester and Emma
Ploeger Sheetz; her first husband,
Kenneth L. Reed; her second
husband, Raymond Dowd; two
sons, Keith and Kevin Reed; two
brothers, Merton and Donald
Sheetz; four sisters.. Ora Mae
Cozart, Grace Hartson, Helen
Rouse and Margaret Sheetz; and a
granddaughter, Nikki Leverone.
Survivors include' a son,
Edward Reed of Albumett; four
daughters, Sheila (Jeff) Grosverior
of Palm Bay. Fla., Margaret Reed
of Cedar Rapids, Mary (Kevin)
Struve of Vinton and Michele
(John) Leverone Tristani of
Keystone Heights; 12
grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.
Services were held Tuesday,
March 10, in Cedar. Memorial
Park Chapel with the Rev. RicK
Gail of First Assembly of God
Church officiating. Burial was in
Cedar Memorial Park Cemetery.
Local arrangements were under
the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Keystone
JHeights.

Marie Glisson
McRAE-Marie T. Glisson, 89,
died Sunday, March 8, 2009, at St.
Vincent's Hospital.
Born in Akron, Ohio, Mrs.'
Glisson was the second of Homer
and Lena Townsend's six
daughters. She spent most of her
childhood in Gainesville,
'graduating from Gainesville High
School in-1936, and went to work
as a switchboard operator for
Southern Bell. She became a
supervisor and met and married.
lineman, Merrill Glisson.
Merrill and Marie settled in
Jacksonville and raised their three
children. Marie volunteered at
Hyde Park Elementary School,
was volunteer of the year for the,
Girl Scouts of America and
actively participated. in St. Johns
Park Baptist Church. When
Merrill retired from Southern Bell
in 1975, he and Marie returned to
the property on which Merrill was
raised in McRae, Florida. Marie
joined Gadara Baptist Church and
held a non-stop open house for
friends and family. She was anr
amazing woman whose courage,
wisdom, integrity and :humor
impacted the lives, of those she
met.
In 20(05 'M a ieuWiea- to
Jacksonville as: a resident of
Sterling House Assisted Living
Facility. There, she became an
avid bingo player and was elected
as the first residents' president of
Sterling House. She often referred
to her years at Sterling House as-
some of her happiest because of
the many friends she made.among
the residents and staff.
Marie is predeceased by her
parents; her husband of 61 years,
Merrill Glisson and her sisters,
Violet Crosby and Elena
Pritchard.
Survivors include sisters Grace
Lowber, Claire Nell Townsend
and Hazen Collins .(Bill);
daughters, Gail Eilers (Maynard)
and Janice Wilder (Timothy)' of
Jacksonville; her. son, Mark
Glisson (Kristi) 'of Tallahassee;
grandchildren, Brenna Thomas',
Robin Pratt, Stacey' Kaylor and
Seth Wilder; great-grandchildren,
Dylan Wilder, Austin' Kaylor,
Sadie Pratt and Brooklyn 'Wilder
Sand many nieces,. nephews, other
relatives and good friends..
Funeral services will be held in
the Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
Chapel on Friday, March 13,
2009, at 1 p.m. with the Rev. Bill
Collins officiating: Burial will
follow at Gadara Cemetery,
McRae. Maynard Eilers, Tim
Wilder, Francis Glisson, Brian
Bishop, Jerry' Thomas and Seth
Wilder will' serve as pallbearers.
Friends and family are invited to
attend a reception following the
graveside ceremony at 5033,
Charity Lane, McRae, Fla.
Arrangements Are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home,
Keystone Heights. In lieu of
flowers, friends and family are
encouraged to donate to the
charities of their choice.
PAID OBITUARY

Charles Greene
STARKE-Charles A. Greene,
74, of Starke. died Wednesday,
March 4, 2009, in the Malcom
Randall Veterans Hospital
following an extended illness.
Born in Orange Park, Mr.
Greene was the son of Christopher
and Mary (Hardenbrook) Greene.
SHe was a longtime resident of
Starke and a member of the
Morgan Road Baptist Church. A
retired automobile mechanic for
Noegel's Auto Sales, he served in


the United States Marine Corps,
during the Korean Conflict. Mr.
Greene was preceded in death by
his son, Chris.
Survivors include his wife of 46
years, Mary (Aultman) Greene,
and their daughters, Nita Mobley
of Starke. Jane 'Greene of
Mclntosh and Betty Hardenbrook
of Starke; sisters Ellen Fry of
Middleburg and Pearl Messer of
Orange Park; four grandchildren
and one great-granddaughter.
Graveside funeral services will
be held Saturday, March'l4, at 12
noon at -the Peoria Cemetery in


Orange Park with the Rev: Harold
Murphee of Ringgold, Ga.,
officiating. In lieu of flowers, the
family asks that contributions be
made to the Pallative Care Unit
c/o Veteran's View, ..601 S.W.
Archer Road, Gaindsville, FL
32608. Arrangements are under
the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Starke.

Elizabeth Huff
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Elizabeth J. (Sutter) Huff, 68, of
Keystone Heights, died
Wednesday, March 4, 2009, at her
home following a long battle with
leukemia.
Born in Rexville, Ind., she was
the daughter of Ezra David and
Dora Lee (Hacket) Sutter. Mrs.
Huff was a homemaker.
Survivors include her husband
of 32 years, Paul Huff; four sons,
Keith Baggett of Lake Butler,
Bruce Baggett of Glen St. Mary,
Paul H. Huff (Angela) of Melrose
and Paul K. Huff (Tammy) of
Melrose; three daughters, Cynthia
Nipper and Glenda Whitton of
Jacksonville, Marie Hartline of
Macclenny and Melissa (Mike)
MacDonald of Greenville, Ala.; a
brother, Bill Sutter (Dee) of
Cincinnati, Ohio; two sisters,
Nancy Campbell of Seymour,
Ind., and Eleanor Ryker of
Madison, Ind.; 17 grandchildren
and five great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Monday, March 9, at Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home Chapel,
Keystone Heights, with the Rev.
Franklin Griffis officiating. Burial
was in Eliam Cemetery, Melrose.

Agnes
Humphries
LAKE GENEVA-Agnes
Kathleen Humphries, 80, of Lake
Geneva died Thursday, March 5,
2009, at Bradford Terrace Nursing
Home in Starke following an
extended illness.
SBorn in Ludowici, Ga., Mrs.
Humphries was the daughter of
John and lona Miller Hodges. She
'was a longtime resident of the
area; a member of Gadara Baptist
Church anb-a housewife.
Survivors include a son, Milton
James Humphries Jr. of Lake
Geneva and a granddaughter and
caretaker, Amanda Humphries of
Gainesville.
Private services were held; In
lieu of flowers, contributions may
be made to the Alzheifiier's and
Dementia Foundation, c/o Shands
UF Neurological Dept., P.O. Box
100236, Gainesville, FL 32611.
Arrangements were under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral .ome
of Keystone Heights: -'

Infant Elise-E.
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JACKSONVILLE-Infant Elise
Elizabeth Johns died Tuesday,
Feb. 24, 2009, at Memorial
Hospital in Jacksonville.
Survivors include her parents,
Louie L. "Trey" Johns. III and
Elena-Nichols Elizabeth Golder
Johns, both of Jacksonville;
maternal grandmother Carol
Golden of Keystone Heights;
maternal grandfather and step-
grandmother Charles and Barbara
Golden of Keystone Heights;
maternal great-grandparents
Arthur and Betty Golden and Phil


and Nancy Alvers of San Mateo;
paternal grandmother Ramona
Johns of Starke; paternal
grandfather Louie Johns of
Brooker; paternal great-
grandmother Geraldine Rondez of
Starke and honorary grandparent,
Rosemary Combs of Pomona
Park.
Funeral services were held
Saturday, Feb. 28, at Keystone
United Methodist Church of
Keystone Heights with the Rev-
Don Corbit officiating. Burial was
in Kingsley Lake Baptist Church
under the care of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler.

Vallie Lyle
.BROOKER-Vallie T, Lyle, 81,
of. Brooker, died peacefully.j
Wednesday, Feb. .: 8, 2009.
peacefully at the E.T. York
Hospice in Gainesville.
Born in Washington, D.C., Mrs:
Lyle was the daughter of Harold
and Nellie Tipton. She lived most
of her life in Maryland before
moving to Brooker in 1997. She
was the assistant secretary at the
Methodist Hospital in Jessup,
N.Y. Mrs. Lyle was preceded in
death by her husband, Robert
Hugh Lyle, and a son, James
Matthew Lyle.
Survivors include a daughter,
Jenny Houseman, and husband
Kirwin Houseman Jr. of Brooker;
two brothers, Lawrence T. Tipton
of Santo Luca, N.M., and Harold
W. Tipton of Taint Black, W. Va.;
and a grandson, Kirwin Huseman
IIl.
Memorial services and burial
will be held at a later date. Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler was
in charge of arrangements.
PAID OBITUARY

Harriett
Morgan
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Harriett Elizabeth Morgan, 93, of
Keystone Heights died Monday,
March 9, 2009, at the Community
Hospice, McGraw Center in
Jacksonville.
Born in Pittsburg, Kansas, Mrs.
Morgan was the daughter of Jesse
and Lenna Evans, Ledbetter. She
moved' to Keystone Heights 25
years ago from Orange Park and
was a retired cake decorator and
raised in the Baptist faith.
Suriviors include her daughter,
Dorothy Moore (Marvin F.) of
Keystone Heights; grandchildren
Kelly Miragliotta (Vince) of
Freemantle, Australia, Kimberly
Anne' Pate of Keystone Heights
and Karen Annette Rocereta (Eric)
of Jacksonville; four great-
grandsons, Nicholas and Nathaniel
"Pate and Ryan and Ethan"
Rocereta.
Graveside funeral services will
rlbe held Thursday, March 12,
,,.2009, at 2 p.m. at the Keystone
. Heights Cemetery:,vith v;.astor
Jason Nettles officiating. In lieu of
flowers, the family asks that
contributions please be made to
St. Jude Children's Hospital, 501
St. Jude Place, Memphis, Tenn.
38105. Arrangements are under
the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of .Keystone
Heights.
PAID OBITUARY

Adam
Sanderson-
GAINESVILLE-Adam


Michael Sanderson, 32, of
Gainesville, died Friday, March 7,
2009, from injuries suffered in an
auto accident in Lake Butler.
Born in Palatka, Mr. Sanderson
had lived most of his life in Lake
Butler. He lived in Gainesville for
the past eight years; graduated
from Union County High School;
was a correctional officer with the
Reception Medical Center in Lake
Butler and was of the Baptist faith.
Survivors include his wife of
nine years, :Heather Kelly
Sanderson of Gainesville; his son,
Logan Chase Sanderson, also of
Gainesville; his parents, Gerald
and Elaine Arnold Sanderson; a
brother,. Gerald (Jerry) L.
Sanderson Jr.; and a sister,
Jennifer Dawn Sanderson, all of
Lake Butler.
Funeral. services for Mr.
Sanderson were. held Tuesday,
March 10, in the First Christian
Church of Lake Butler with Pastor
Arthur Peterson officiating. Burial
was in Mt. Zion Cemetery near
Lake Butler with the Department
of Corrections Honor Guard
participating? Arrangements were
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Thursday, March 12, 2009 Page 4B




Serving the city weal


According to scriptures,
there, is a time for all things,
and the time has come for the
residents and business owners
of Starke to return sanity to
city government in the form of
reasonable electric rates.
People are talking in barber
shops, restaurants and
wherever two or more are
gathered about the
preposterous bills received this
month for city-distributed
electricity. City administration
blames prior commissioners
for the impossible situation in
which the city finds itself-
obligated to the acquisition of


debts over which it has no
control in an organization that
apparently accumulates no
equity for its members. The
time has come to test the
contract agreement in court.
A tew years ago, Starke
commissioners spurned a valid
offer by Clay Electric to
purchase, the electric-
distribution system owned by
the city that would have
absolved the contract with
FMPA and provided a
substantial cash reserve for the
city. Residents were not well
served by the commissioners'
refusal to seriously consider


Resident says the citizen. Now if this can be
an example of helping, maybe
commission one or two other things might
inept come to mind.
iept 'One might be downsizing
Dear Editor: county government.
The actions at the last Contracting out ,to private
county commission meeting- companies work that is now
has. got to be one' of the done by county employees,
clearest examples of the thus saving the retirement and
commission's collective perks now given to employees.
incompetence and inability to Giving back to the general
represent the taxpayer and revenue, the big raises the
voter, commission and constitutional
.__.-_actually believe that, to a officers "received this year.
person, the commission is Declaring a moratorium on
afraid that. they are
intentionally or by mistake
going to do something good **
for the citizens of this county. There is no country
The foul aroma of a shady deal machinery is so lo v
notwithstanding, a 4-0 vote for Oscar V
a impact fee moratorium is a 1 190,
clear example of the ongoing 18561900, Bri
habits of the Bradford County
Commission.
Even when there is Danscompany
appearance of good inten ions, mr:miu Conmip, or of c
the way the vote came about
had the sound of idiotic and Adance adaptaon of
gross inability to' get the job The '
done. When i the chairman
could not get a second and had
the pass the gavel to second
the motion, now get this. t\o
other members then voted for
the motion. I ask you, where is
the line between seconding the ...
motion and agreeing on the ..
.94n after,-it has-been.. ,--. o%,g f.t.
@ec.awded'' .And. \vhv doesn't' ., :, ;".--" o
l Wi i Wa ne' Hersey 'kno~ '.-''L' ...,. :, .: 4,-k, d .R ,
enough about the commission ;pap.j.a nodsm
rules that a commissioner 5perigues ippear~n ,
cannot abstain from voting crNt Ce. rftrld.a'
regardless of his personal prem irjnz
interest. C' mpa,,
It was.a pleasure for me to
know that to at least two hard-
-working taxpayers spoke up in
favor of the impact fee SA uRA f
moratorium. Tom Smith and MARC 00
Tom Tatum have always had AR 4.20
the best interest of .the MOGAND w ~ M
.Bradford County citizen at enr4g. A ,1
heart. Cleneral AdmWlon I2.oo
To my knowledge, the F. ,i P, .... .cm
impact fee moratorium is the r .,
very first time the commission -..si .,*' ..I -Is'
has clearly done anything for CAU I'


the offer.
The..time has come for a
citizens' initiative to force the
city to divest itself of the
distribution system, even if it
has to give it away. The city
charter does not provide for a
citizens' initiative, but the
courts have ruled the method
to be a legitimate means for
addressing commission
shortcomings.
It's time to get those pencils
out and start collecting
signatures.
By Buster Rahn, Telegraph
editorialist


property taxes, thus giving
everyone much-needed relief -
during this inflationary period.
To the commissioners, 1 say
it is time that is.long' overdue
that you elected officials do
something for those who put
you in office. To-this point,
you have failed to do anything.
You have failed to stand up
and do anything to stop our
out-going sheriff from wasting
tax money and taking him into
account for the things he did
when he went out of office.
Malcolm-i~aT-l

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Florida Education Association,
had members from as far away
as Escambia, Okaloosa, and
Monroe counties participating.
These individuals spent the
night in a hotel in order to
make it to the rally on time.
Instructional and non-
instructional. employees from
Polk, Broward, Dade and
Seminole counties put aside
their differences with
management/administration
and came together to
demonstrate their support.
Other districts like Brevard,
Lake and Alachua used the
rally ,:asan opportunity to
strengthen their relationships
with management and their
communities.
Bradford Education
Association had members in
attendance. Anna Kirly, a
building representative from
Starke Elementary and Judy
Dukes, president of the BEA,
left Starke at 7 a.m. and drove
down Saturday to take part in
thbexc.iting.event.-There were
many home-made signs which
said such things as "Education
before Incarceration,"
"Education Cuts Don't Heal,"
"Cuts Hurt Kids," "Kids not
!Cons," "Florida or Floriduh"
and "50th No More." (Florida
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Our Schools A Priority." Time
has come to think of other
ways of funding our schools.
Raise the sales tax one penny
on each dollar for three years.
Remove some of the tax
exemptions. This would make
it a shared sacrifice. It is time
to think of new ways to get
money instead of cuts, cuts and
more cuts.
Budget cuts have cut deeply
into the running of our schools
here in Bradford County.
Teachers are being asked to
double-up classes or use their
planning time to cover classes
when someone is out. If a
teacher wants to do a project in
class that costs money, they
are most likely told there is not
any money. So teachers do
what teachers do: take money
out of their own pockets to pay
for these projects. Non-
teaching employees are being
asked to do more with less. If
someone leaves the system
now, they are not replaced, and.


the job is absorbed. by the
remaining employees. This
means if a bus driver leaves,
then those students are put on
other buses. This means a
longer bus ride for students.
Having fewer para-
professionals in schools- mean
less student supervision and
less help for the students in the
classroom. These are just a few
ways cuts have hurt children
right here in Bradford County.
Our legislators have actually
said they haven't heard from
parents. We are encouraging
everyone to contact Gov..Crist,
Senate President Jeff AtwaterJ
House Speaker Larry Cretal
and our local legislators, Rep:
Janet Adkins and Sen. Stevd
Oelrich, at
www.myflorida.gov to let
them know that your child's
education is important to youj
and they need to find ways to
help fund public education.
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Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Mayo
Young, Mayo wed Feb.


Sara Elizabeth Young and
Aaron Cain Mayo, both of
Lake Butler, were united in
marriage Saturday, Feb. 21,
2009, at a private residence in
St. Augustine Beach,
performed by Msg. Gene
Black.
The bride wore a Galina,
white strapless organza gown,
a-line, with a beaded bodice
and satin ribbons. She carried a
nosegay of white roses, blue
sweetpeas and cream-colored
lilies. The flowers were the
product of Vicki Oden. Her
attendants were the maid of
honor Ashley C. Flint-Young,
the bride's sister, and Alisha
Hagen as bridesmaid. They
wore gowns of a honeydew
color and carried.white roses
and light green lilies, also
arranged by Vicki Oden.
The groom was attired in a
Joseph & Feiss white tuxedo.
Riely Guskiewicz served as
best man, with the bride's
brother, Andrew D. Young, as
groomsmen. They were attired
in white Joseph & Feiss
tuxedoes with honeydew
accents and black pants.
Ringberer,'. c.,.h-'oupJe' s..
dog. Dingo NMa\ o.
A reception was held at a


21


luxury beach house in St.
Augustine. A beach theme was
carried out, complete with
champagne and decorated, in
honeydew and light blue
colors. Approximately 70
friends and family were in
attendance.
SThe wedding cake was a
three-tiered marble cake with a
strawberry/raspberry filling.
The bride is the daughter of
Gary and Suzanne Young of
Worthington Springs. She is a
2007 graduate of Union.
County dfih School, attending
Lake City Corhmunity College
and is employed with CVS
Pharmacy in Lake Butler.
The groom is the son of
Jason and Missy McCarroll of
Harriman, Tenn. He also is a
2007 graduate of Union
County High School, attends
Lake City Community College,
and is employed by the Army
National Guard, 690"h Military
Police Company, stationed out
of Crystal River. Both the
bride and groom are members
of the First Christian Church
of Lake Butler.
Following a honeymoon trip
.10 P, coin F:orgc.. T.enn.. thc.
couple I ili I..i"l c i1 L ake
Butler.


Daphne Lee
Casey Grice
Lee, Grice
to wed June 6
Daphne Lee and Casey
Grice, both of Jacksonville,
announce their engagement
and upcoming marriage.
The bride-elect is the
daughter of Marty and Dierdre
Lee of Loganville Ga.
The groom-elect is the son
of Stacy and Susie Grice of
Keystone Heights.
The wedding will be held
June 6, 2009, at 6 p.m. in
Stockton Park. A reception
will follow at Le Jardin on
Park.
All friends and relatives are
invited to attend the wedding.

Conner family
reunion set
The families of the late
Lawton and Carrie Conner will
hold their family reunion
Saturday, March 14, 2009, at
the Bayless Highway Baptist
Church, located on C.R. 225
about five miles west of
Starke.
Bring your favorite foods
and desserts. Activities will
begin at 11 a.m. with lunch at
noon.
Theater to
host dinner
and bingo
Lake Region Community
Theatre Inc. will host Bingo
for the Arts at the Starke Golf
and Country Club Friday,
March 20, from 6 p.m. until 8
p.m.
A dinner of spaghetti, bread
and beverage will be served
for $5 at 6 p.m. Bingo cards
are $1 each.


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Mackenzi Huggins
Mackenzi
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a daughter, Mackenzi Taylor
Huggins, born Feb. 10, 2009 in
Gainesville. She weighed 7
pounds .3 ounces and was 18
inches in length. She joins a
brother, Bryson Thomas
Huggins.
Maternal grandparents are
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Brooker. Maternal great-
grandparents are Edith Melvin
of Brooker and Olen and
Ellouise Tolleson of Lake
Butler.
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of Starke. Paternal great-
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29, at 12 Gage Mud Bog in
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Crosby is paralyzed from the
neck down after an injury
sustained Jan. 2. His family's
hopes are that he can be
admitted to the Shepherd
Center in Atlanta, a
rehabilitation center for spinal-
cord injury patients, but
Crosby has no health
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net taken in at the gate of the
mug bog event will go toward
helping Crosby, while 100
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through various contests will
go toward the cause.
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while a weekend pass may be
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March 28 and close at 6 p.m.,
while the holes are open from
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Web site.
Also, you may send
donations to Bank of America,
2 Old Kings Road, N. Palm
Coast, FL 32137 in Athe
attention of Deidra Miller.
Checks should be made
payable to Sterling D. Colee,
Trustee of Chris Crosby SNT.
You may also call Crosby's
aunt, Sherri Jackson, at (904)
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Page 6B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR March 12, 2009


BASEBALL

Indians defeat
Tigers for
district win
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Chase Julius scored the
winning run for the Keystone
Heights baseball team on an
error as the Indians'defeated
visiting Union County 4-3 for
a District 6-3A .vin March 6.
Keystone (4-3, 3-0 in
District 6 prior to March 9)
trailed 3-2 in the bottom of the
seventh before Clayton Mosley
tied the game with an RBI
single. Zak Davis led off the
inning with a walk, moved to
second on a bunt by Ryan
Latner and to third on an
infield hit by Chase Chambers.
Chambers beat out the throw
to first to put runners at the
corners with-one out. Mosley
then delivered a hit into center
field.
Union starting pitcher
Thomas Cason, who gave up
nine hits and had 1 I strikeouts,
struck out two straight batters
to send the game into extra
innings.
Cason got the Tigers (3-5, 3-
I in District 6 prior to March
10) off to a good start when he
led off the eighth by drawing a
walk on Keystone pitcher
Mosley. Mason Dukes,
rallying from being down 1-2
in the count, singled into right
field. Mosley, however, struck
out the next two batters before
forcing Jake Prevatt to fly out
to shortstop Chase Chambers.
Lee Lambert led off the
bottom of the eight with a
double off of Union reliever
Ryan Davis. Julius bunted,
with the Tigers trying to get
the out at third. Lambert,
however, slid safely into third,
putting runners at the corners
with no outs.
Union loaded the bases with
an intentional walk before
Dukes fielded a ground ball by
Latner and threw Lambert out
at home. Chambers followed
with another infield grounder,
but an errant throw home
allowed Julius to score.
.The run gave Mosley a win
in three innings of relief.
Mosley gave up one hit and
struck 6ut five batters.
Keystone starter Bobby


Dugard gave up just three hits
and struck out nine in five
innings.
All three Union runs were
scored as the result of errors,
while Keystone's first two runs
came off of singles by Davis
and Brantley Lott.
The game featured only two
multiple-hit batters'
Keystone's Chambers ano
Lott, who were 3-for-4 and 2-
for-4, respectively.
Keystone played Palatka and
Middlcbur- this past Monday
and Tuesday, and will host
Clay Friday, March 13, at 7
p.m. On Tuesday, March 17,
the Indians travel to play
district opponent Pierson
Taylor at 7 p.m.
Union played Baldwin this
past Tuesday and will travel to
Starke tonight, March 12, to
play Bradford at 6 p.m. On
Tuesday, March 17, the Tigers
host district opponent Crescent
City at 5 p.m.

Earlier result:

KH 13 Interlachen 0
Julius, who is just a
freshman, threw a no-hitter in
his first start, helping Keystone


defeat district opponent
Interlachen 13-0 in five
innings March 4 in Keystone.
Lott and Kyle Cravey drove
in two runs apiece for the
Indians, who scored 11 runs in
the third inning. Lott and
Cravey were each 2-for-2.
Chambers and Lambert each
hit a double to help Keystone's
cause.

Tigers get
easy win over
Raiders

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Every batter in the starting
lineup got a hit, but the one
who didn't still-drove in three
runs.
It was that kind of game for
the Union County baseball
team, which defeated District
6-3A opponent Crescent City
13-1 in five innings March 3 in
Crescent City.
Union faced the prospect of
falling behind early when the
Raiders loaded the bases with
one out in the bottom of the
first. Pitcher Seth Parrish


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recorded a strikeout, then got
the next batter to hit a
grounder to short for a putout
at second base.
The Tigers scored seven
runs in the second inning. Jake
Prevatt led off the inning with
a single and scored on a double
by Parrish. Parrish scored on a
single by Ryan Davis, while
two errors allowed three more
Union runners to cross home
plate. Prevatt went to bat for a
second time in the inning,
driving in a run with a single.
Parrish was 2-for-2 with a
double, while Prevatt and
Thomas Cason each went 2-
for-3. Prevatt drove in one run,
while Cason drove in two.
Davis, Mason Dukes and
Chance Howell each went 2-
for-4 with an RBI. One of
Dukes' hits was a double.
Tayldr Chastain went 0-for-
3, but finished the game with
three RBI.
Parrish earned the win,
throwing four innings. He gave
up three hits and one 'walk,
while striking out four.
Kris Bracewell, in relief,
faced trouble right off the bat,
walking.the first two batters he
faced. However, Bracewell
struck out the third batter and
forced the fourth to ground
into a double play.


Bradford
drops second
straight in
district
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Host Middleburg scored two
runs on passed balls with two
outs in the bottom of the sixth
to hand the Bradford baseball
team a 5-3 District 3-4A loss
March 5.
Bradford (2-5, 1-3 in District
3) was involved in a 3-all tie
thanks to an RBI single by
Ryan McKeown in the top of
the fifth. However, the
Tornadoes could have had
more runs. They put five
runners on in that inning, two
of which were caught stealing.
The Tornadoes took a 2-0
lead in the first inning when
Trey Winkler, after McKeown
drew a walk, hit a home run.
Starting pitcher Charles
Jones gave up three hits in four
innings before exiting the
game with a sore shoulder.
Catcher Alvin, Shireman
relieved Jones, picking up the
loss in his first appearance on
the mound this season.


Besides the loss, the game
was unfortunate in that
outfielder Dylan White
suffered a season-ending
injury. White injured his
spleen after crashing into the
outfield wall to make a catch.
Bradford hosts Union
County tonight, March 12, at 6
p.m. and Fort White tomorrow,
March 13, at 7 p.m. The
Tornadoes then travel to Glen
St. Mary Saturday, March 14,
to play district opponent Baker
County at 1 p.m.
On Monday, March 16.
Bradford travels to Green
Cove Springs to play district
opponent Clay at 5 p.m.

Earlier result:
Santa Fe 11 BHS 2
Bradford committed five
errors in an 11-2 loss to district
opponent Santa Fe March 3 in
Starke.
Starting pitcher McKeown
(1-2) gave up seven runs, but
only three were earned.
The Tornadoes trailed 11-0
heading into the bottom of the
fifth when Jones hit a two-run
home run.
Bradford had six hits, with
Zach Coe going 2-for-3 with a
double.


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Bradford On Friday, March 27, the
"Brad d "Tickled Pink" team will be
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Relay for Libingo at the Starke Golf and
team s hold Country Club. Dinner, which
teams hold will consist of baked ziti,
tossed salad, garlic bread,
fundraisers dessert and iced tea and coffee,
M a ch 1 27 will be served 6-7 p.m. at a
arch 13 2 cost of $10. Bingo follows at
Two of the teams that will 7:30 p.m.
be participating in the April If interested in purchasing
24-25 Bradford County Relay tickets, please call BJ.
for Life will be holding Warwick at (904) 964-8404.
fundraisers, starting with a
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board district office at 501 W.
Washington St. in Starke.
There will be a variety of 30
cakes and pies to choose from.


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March 13, through Saturday,
March 21.
During this campaign, the
department will increase
enforcement and awareness
efforts until midnight March
21. This includes child-
restraint- and seat belt-usage
checkpoints. Citations will be
issued to those not utilizihg
their seat belts or child
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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
It was a 6-1 team loss, but
Bradford girls' tennis team
member Grace Dennison
improved her record to 6-1
against Palatka March 5.
Dennison, who won a
district championship last year,
defeated her opponent 8-1 to
account for the Tornadoes'
only win against the Panthers.
The Palatka match followed
two close losses to St.
Augustine -and Keystone
Heights. Bradford lost 4-3 to
each.
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number-two seed, won 8-2.
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number-one doubles.
Dennison and third seed
Whitney Schoening each won
8-1 in the match against
Keystone, while the team of
Clark and Dennison won 8-2
in doubles play.
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The Lake Region Community Theatre and A New Voice held a recital Feb. 28
featuring singers, pianists and Acting II workshop actors. Participants included:
(front row, I-r) Karyn Merritt (vocal and acting instructor), Anika Henanger,
Savannah Trantham, Lauren Hovsepian, Laura Dale Sikes, Rachel Ricker, Tessa
Ricker, A.J. Bellis, Dylan Kuhne, (back row, I-r) Rachel Rensberger, Danielle Sikes,
Megan Starnes, Jenny Starnes and Jack Stella (piano instructor). For Information
on private instruction, music or acting workshops, call Karyn Merritt at (352) 215-
2422 or the Lake Region Community Theatre at (352) 226-4082, or e-mail
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Starke Rec.
Dept.
accepting
summer camp
registrations
People may register their-
children now for the Starke
Recreation Department's
summer camp and kiddie camp
(ages 3-5).
The camps are scheduled for
June 8-July 31 at a cost of
$300. Parents may begin
making payments now.
Registration lasts through
May.
For more information,
please call the Starke
Recreation Department at
(904) 964-6792.


Kirkland in "Good Night,
Caroline."
Performance dates are 7
p.m. March 27-28 and April 3-
4, and 2 p.m. March 29 and
April 5. Ticket prices are $12
for adults and $10 for children
12 and under. (The suggested
age for these performances is
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p.m. Monday and
Wednesday, 4-6 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursdays, and
noon-2 p.m. Saturday.
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Also, the theater, is looking
for teens (13-17) interested in
a musical theater workshop.
This will involve learning
scenes that lead into musical
numbers-how to carry acting
from talking into singing.
For more information on any
of these programs, please call
Karyn Meritt at (352) 215-
2422 or the Lake Region
Community Theatre at (352)
226-4082. You may also send
e-mail inquiries to
lrct09@embarqmail.com.


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prod tion Community Theatre will be
productihosting a mini drama camp
Tickets are currently on sale Monday-Friday, April 6-10,
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Community Theatre's "Night children 8-16. The camp will
of One Acts," which begins be a readers theater experience.
Friday, March 27. The theater is also offering
The cast for these Beginning Acting I workshops
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Jackson and Amber Austin in a.m. until noon for ages 7-14.
"Counting to Three," Nancy Tiny Jammers I classes-six-
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The cost of the club, which
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$30. An open practice will be
held at the Bradford High
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(adjacent to (he gym) Monday,
March 16, from 5 p.m. until 7
p.m. for those wishing to try 4
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Glen Snow and the Snowmen will perform Saturday, March 21, at the Bradford
County Fair. Snow is also donating an electric guitar and amp for which a drawing


This night is Southern
Gospel Night at the fair. At 7
p.m., Calvary's Voice,
featuring the lead vocals of
Daniel Crews of First Baptist
Church of Starke, will
perform, while the Backwood
Boys will perform at 8:15 p.m.
The breed show will take
place at 6:30 p.m.
Swine and cattle
auctions set for
March 20-21
Midnight Madness midway
hours on Friday, March 20, are
5 p.m.-l a.m.
The swine awards will be
given out and the auction will
follow at 6:30 p.m.


The midway opens at noon
on Saturday, March 21, and
closes at midnight.
The breed and steer awards,
followed by the cattle auction.
will begin at 4 p.m.
Glen Snow and the
Snowmen will perform from 7
p.m. until 11:30 p.m. March 21
with Bernard Arnett playing
during band breaks.

March 22 is
midway's Final Fling
Midway hours are 1 p.m.-
10:30 p.m. on Sunday, March
22.
This is the last chance for
fair patrons to ride. Armband
prices are $15 all day.


BHS football
banquet is
March 21
Bradford High School's
annual football banquet,
sponsored by the Tornado
Touchdown Club, is scheduled
for Saturday, March 21, at 5
p.m. at First Baptist Church of
Starke.

Tickets are $5 (children 5
and under are admitted free)
and may be purchased from
Nancy Odom at Bradford.High
School. You may also call
Odom at (904) 966-6086 for
tickets and to RSVP.


will be held.


FAIR
Continued from page 1B

between 9 a.m.-5 p.m. daily.
Buying in advance saves $5
off .the price of an armband,
and you can purchase ride
tickets in sets of 10 for $10,
saving $5 off the midway
price. Single tickets for rides
are regularly $150 each.
The fairgrounds are located
on U.S. 301 in Starke. For
more information, call (904)
964-5252.

Midnight Madness
takes place Fridays
The midway is open from 5
p.m.-I a.m. on Friday.
For the price of a $25
armband, early-bird midnight
madness runs from 8 p.m.-l
a.m. Regular midnight
madness is $20 from 10 p.m.-
I a.m. With an armband, fair
patrons can hop on any fair
ride without having to
purchase ride tickets.
On Friday, March 1.3, there
will be a barn dance from 8
p.m.-midnight.
On Friday evening, March
20, take a ride in a monster
truck for $5 per person.
Featured musical guest at
the fair will be Molasses
Junction performing at 7 p.m.
and 8:15 p.m.J-,
The goat judging will begin
at 7 p.m.

Saturday are Family
,.Matinee days ,,
The: midway. :is. open.:fromra,
noon, until midnight. Bring the
family out for Saturday
matinee days on March 14 and
March 21.
Using the coupon found. ii
either the Bradford Telegraph,
Union County Times or Lake
Region Monitor, fair patrons
can ride from noon to 5 p.m.
on either Saturday for the price
of $15 each. For the coupon
price of $20 each, patrons can
ride all rides from 6 p.m. until
closing. (Only one coupon per


person.)
There will be a CWA
wrestling event held on both
Saturday at 7 p.m.
Saturday, March 14, is 4-H
Youth Day. A 4-H horse show
will 'begin at 9 am. and last
throughout the day.
On. March 14, musical
guests include Starke resident
Tammy Boone performing at 7
p.m. and Crossfire from the
River of Life Church of God in
Starke will perform at 8 p.m.
A monster truck show' will
take place at 5 p.m. on
Saturday, March 21.

Free admission on
Sunday, March 15
The midway is open from 1-
10:30 p.m.
The $5 admission price is
waived with a $20 armband
purchase on Sunday, March
15, from'1-10:30 p.m.
A demolition derby will take
place at 3 p.m.

March 16 is Buddy
Night
The midway is open from 5-
11 p.m. on Buddy Night,
Monday, March 16. You pay
for a $20 armband and your
buddy rides for free from 5-11
p.m. (No coupons.)


Legals
PUBLIC NOTICE
The regular scheduled meeting of
the Bradford County Board of
.,County.Commissions, is scheduled
.,tor,,March, 19,,2009,:at 6:30.p.m. in
the Commission Meeting Room,
North Wing, Bradford County
Courthouse. Agenda will be on the
county website www.bradford-co-
fla.org after March 13, 2009.
3/12 Itchg-BSection

PUBLIC NOTICE
The Bradford County Code
Enforcement Board will hold their
regular scheduled meeting at 6:00
p.m. on March 17, 2009 in the
Commission Meeting Room, North
Wing, Bradford c County
Courthouse.
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The poultry judging will
begin at 10 a.m. and the rabbit
judging starts at 6 p.m.

Student nights are
March 17-18
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March 17 and 18.
On these nights, all Union
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$20 armband.
Present a coupon from the
Bradford County Telegraph,
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MASONRY
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category, with points being
deducted by judges if certain
criteria were not met.
The Bradford-Union team
finished just fourth this year
after placing second last year,
with Menendez winning for
the second straight year.
Team placement is
important to those competing.
Bradford-Union instructor
Mike Beville said one of the
Cpmden County team
members was determined he
and his team would finish
better than their last-place
finish in last year's showcase.
That student bought his own
materials and practiced at
home in the year leading up to
last week's event. The Camden
County team did improve,
placing third. (Suwannee was
second and Ridgeview was
fifth.)
However, there was more
than pride at stake. Beville said
Pat McLaughlin, the executive
director of the Florida
Masonry Apprentice and
Educational Foundation, said
approximately half of the 25
competitors were performing
at the level of a second-year
apprentice. Jerry Painter of
Painter Masonry Inc. in
Gainesville told Beville that
based on the quality of work
he saw at the showcase, he
would hire seven students on
the spot if they were out of
school.
Bradford High School senior
Codey Rogers, one of the
Bradford-Union team
members, already has job
offers lined up once he
graduates. Rogers had the top
individual score in last year's
showcase and went on to win
the SkillsUSA state
competition and place 16"' in
the SkillsUSA national
competition. Rogers, after
attending a meeting of a
masonry association in
Gainesville with Beville last
November, was offered jobs
by two different companies,
each of which will also pay for
him to go to college while he's
working for them if he chooses
to further his education.
Beville said Rogers' starting
pay with- those companies
would probably be
approximately $12 an hour.
"I know a bunch, of college
graduates who aren't making,
that," Beville said.
SMas.onr\ .,sudenlI$.not onl,
"have the opporti'n'iy'to enter
high-paying jobs right out of
high school, but Beville
believes local students have
opportunities to stay and work
in this area. Beville said this
area is poised to experience
growth, especially with the
news that a nuclear-powered
aircraft carrier will be based at
Naval Station Mayport in
Jacksonville. He estimated that
the potential result could be
100,000 new citizens in north
central Florida.


Bradford senior Codey Rogers, who took first in the state
year, surveys the progress of his work.


That will have an impact on
Bradford County, Beville said,
because the one thing it has
that Duval County doesn't is
land.
"We're training the kids
who will be hired by the
companies that are going to
build here," Beville said.
The chance to compete in
the Northeast Florida Pre-
Apprenticeship Masonry
Showcase seems to be an
important first step toward
such an opportunity as Beville
said he notices a change in his
students once they go through
the competition. From what
he's seen, students come to
class motivated to achieve at a
higher rate.
"It seems that competition
aids in their maturity," Beville
said.
As mentioned earlier,
Rogers is one student who has
already achieved at a high
level. He was not the top
individual scorer at this year's
showcase, but was most likely
second or third, Beville said,
adding that this year, Rogers
hada target on his back.
"He had six kids from three



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different schools who either
knew him or knew of him and
were, in fact-, gunning for
him," Beville said.
Individual placement other
than the top overall scorer was
not known at press time, but
Rogers and two of his
teammates will definitely
advance to the SkillsUSA state
competition, which will be
held in Bradenton. Teams' top
scorers qualify to compete in
that event.
It is not known yet who will
join Rogers, but the other
students who competed .for
Bradford were senior Robert
Tibbetts and sophomores
Jordan Dyal, Chris. Mallinson
and Devin Starling.
Bradford-Union students
Thomas Boyette, Tyler Moore
and V.J. Vassal added support
as tenders during the
showcase, with Boyette
making all of the mortar.
This year's event was larger
than last year's, Beville said,
adding that the showcase
grows 15-20 percent each year.
Money, materials and apparel
were donated by 11


companies-one more than
last year, Beville said. It was
an impressive display of
support, he said, considering
the industry, like so many
others, has experienced a
decrease in business during
these times.
Masonry students were not
the only ones showcasing their
skills at the site. The
Suwannee-Hamilton Area Vo-
Tech Center had two teams of
carpentry students
participating in a separate
team-build competition. There
was also a team of Bradford-
Union carpentry students
involved in the event, gaining
experience for next year's
competition, Beville sAid.
The masonry showcase was
basically a continuation of the
classroom experiences of
students at the Bradford-Union
Career Technical Center.
Beville said his masonry
students, for example,
participate in hands-on
learning so that they can see
how and why the knowledge
they learn in the classroom is
important.


The center's affiliation with
SkillsUSA-a partnership of
students, teachers and industry
representatives-helps create a
method of instruction to ensure
the country has a skilled
workforce. Also, Beville had
his program approved this year
as a pre-apprenticeship
program for the state. He uses
the same curriculum as an
apprenticeship program.
Therefore; any student who
goes through the masonry
program can get a head start on
fulfilling their three years'
apprenticeship requirements.
It all amounts to giving
students the best education
possible and the chance to
enter a high-wage, high-skill
career, and it can be found at
the Bradford-Union Career


TENNIS
Continued from page 7B

Dennison's only loss this
season has come against
Ridgeview on Feb. 19.
(Bradford, as a team, lost 7-0.)
She had an 8-2 win in
Bradford's 5-2 loss to Clay
Feb. 18, an 8-1 win in
Bradford's 4-3 win over Santa
Fe Feb. 24 and an 8-5 win in
Bradford's 6-1 loss to
Ridgeview Feb. 25.
In the match against Santa
Fe, Bradford also got wins
from Clark (9-7) and
Schoening (8-2), while the
doubles team of Clark and
Dennison won 8-4.
The boys' team defeated
Keystone 6-1 on March 3, but
then lost a close one against
Palatka on March 5.
Bradford got wins at number
one through number three in
singles play, with Ben Crews
winning 8-1 and Cody Johnson
and Cody Stinnett each
winning 8-0. Michael McRae
won 8-1 at the number-five
spot, while the number-one
doubles team of Crews and
Johnson won 8-5.
The Tornadoes then lost 4-3


Technical tenter, which
Beville describes as a hidden
gem.
"People really don't know
the value of the career and
technical educational process "
he said.

If you would like to know
more about the masonry or
carpentry programs at the
career technical center-or any
other program-call (904)
966-6764.
Beville and his masonry
students who will be
competing in the SkillsUSA
state competition will -be in
need of donations and
sponsorships. Anyone
interested in doing so may also
call the previously mentioned
telephone number.


to Palatka. Crews and Johnson
won their matches 8-1 and 8-3,
respectively, while the two
teamed up for an 8-1 win in
doubles play.
Crews and Johnson each
have three wins this season.


Barrett

improves to

6-4 with FIU

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Florida International
University junior pitcher
Kasey Barrett, a 2,006
Bradford High School
graduate, earned her sixth win
of the season March 8 with her
team's 5-2 win over Syracuse
at the Long Beach State
Tournament.
It was the fifth complete
game for Barrett (6-4), who
gave up one earned run on four
hits. She now has a 2.17 ERA
in 74,1 innings with a total of
68 strikeouts.
Earlier this season, Barrett
was named the Sun Belt
Conference Softball Pitcher of
the Week for Feb. 16-21.


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Auctions
41
EQUIPMENT AUCTION,
Sat., March 14th begin-
ning at 10am. Tractors,
boat trailer, tools, equip-
ment & much, much more!
Consignment welcome.
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Motor Vehicles
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42
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Boats and
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44
1994 GRIFF CRAFT with 40
HP Merc., troller motor,
and boat trailer. '15 ft. 9
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$2500, call 352-235-1287
after 5:30pm.
Land for Sale
45
6 ACRES IN MACCLENNY
$20,000 an acre, call 904-
259-8028.
PRICED FOR QUICK SALE
1.75 acres, beautiful high
and dry pasture land. Mo-
bile homes and horses al-
lowed. Asking $25K Call
Marlena Palmer at Smith
& Smith Realty, 904-422-
0470 or 904-964-9222,
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STARKE/LAKE BUTLER
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acre lots. Call 386-496-
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Lease, Sale)
47
OFFICE/WAREHOUSE
SPACE FOR RENT -
3,000 SO FT OR 6,000
SO FT Bradford Indus-
trial Park $800/mth for


each bay. Smith & Smith
Realty, 904-964-9222.
NEW PROFESSIONAL OF-
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Street for lease. Ideal for
medical, legal, account-
ing or business offices.
$350 including utilities
and taxes, or all 4 offices
for $290 each plus utilities
and taxes. Call 352-275-
8531 today for a walk
through.
OFFICE/WAREHOUSE
SPACE FOR RENT -
3,000 SQ FT OR 6,000
SQ FT. Bradford Indus-
trial Park. $800/mth for
each bay. Smith & Smith
Realty, 904-964-9222.
Homes for Sale
48 /
LARGE NEW 3BR HOMES
from 50K A dome home
is your answer to an af-
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home. Venture 'Domes-
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net
HOME FOR SALE by owner.
3BR/2BA, $174,000. On
1.62 acres, providence.
Call 386-438-0407.
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sq ft 4BR/2BA, new
metal roof, new electrical,
plumbing, A/C, flooring
& cabinets 660 Epper-
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CUSTOM HOME BUILD-
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49
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50
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CR 18. SW in Tiny Cove,
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352-473-3728.
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appointment. 904-219-
2059 or 352-473-3728.


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STARKE. 3BR/1BA, near
school. All new carpet,
kitchen & fenced in back
yard. $700/mo, plus $750
security dep. Service
animals only. 352-473-
8055.
KEYSTONE RENTAL 3BRI
1BA Near schools, very.
clean, large screened in
porch. $675/mo, plus
$700 security deposit.
Service animals only. Call
352-473-8055.
2BR/1BA IN RAIFORD ON
CR 229. $500 month
&$500 deposit, service
animals only. Call 386-
431-1917 or 904-966-
1396.

WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, dose to prison.
'Call352-468-1323.
SPECIAL RENTAL 2 & 3
BR OR LAKEFRONT 2/2.
Deposit required. Call
678-438-6828 or 678-
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ONE MONTH FREE. 2,
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$579. W/D hook-ups,
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Apartments, 904-368-
0007.
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS
2 AND 3 BR mobile
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up. Rent includes pool,
garbage, yard .and home
maintenance. Call 386-
496-2777.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
2BR MOBILE HOME.
Shed, patio,t large fenced
yard. Very clean, service
animals only. $600/mth
plus security. 10 miles
west of Starke. Call 386-
496-0683.
4BR/3.5BA home with in-
ground pool, $1500 per
month. Up to $200 per
month credit towards city
utilities. Call 352-745-
1212. Owner/broker.

STARKE, 3BR/1BA, near
school. All new carpet,
kitchen & fenced in back
yard. $700/moplus$750
security dep. Service
animals only. 352-473-
8055.
KEYSTONE RENTAL 3BR/
1BA Near schools, very
clean, large screened in
porch. $675/mo, plus-
$700 security deposit.
Service animals only. Call
352-473-8055.
.3BR/2BA DW ON CR 221,
CH/A & dishwasher. DW
is in a quiet area. $600 per
month plus deposit. Call
352-468-3221.
3BR/2BA HOUSE, CH/A,
large den, fencedyard, in
Starke. lst/last/$750 per
-month + $6.00 sec. de-
posit. References, service
animals only, 1 year lease.,
Call 904-964-5356.
1 BR FURNISHED APT. with
carport, on Lake-Geneva
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4644.
2BR/1BAMH, clean. $450/
mo, plus first, last & secu-
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3BR/1.5BA BRICK HOME.
Garage, fenced yard,
2 blocks from schools.
Dalewood Subdivision,
$850/mo, plus deposit.
3BR/2BA, 16 x 80, in quiet
area off CR 18. Service
animals only, CH/A, $550/
mo plus deposit. Call
352-468-3221
3/2 IN KEYSTONE, W/D
hookup, all electric, CH/A.
$450/mo, call 352-258-
4617 or 904-364-8432.
LOW UTILITIES, clean 2BR/
1BA MH. Fenced in lot
in Starke, $550 monthly,
$400 deposit. Senior Citi-
zen discount is possible.
All maintenance included,
safe neighborhood. Call
352-473-5214.
LAKE BUTLER 3BR/2BA
DW. Walking distance
to RMC West Unit. No
smoking. $675/mo plus
$250 security deposit.
-Reference required.
Call 386-496-2288 after
530pm.
3BR/1.5BA COTTAGE W/
fireplace on lake Geneva
in Clay County. Included;
water, septic & yard main-
tenance. Private park
area $700/mo plus first,
last & security, 352-475-
3440.
4BR/1.5BA SW WITH AD-
DITION. On SR100 be-
tween Lake Butler and
Starke. $650 per month
with a $300 deposit. Call
904-284-9223 or 904-
305-8287.
HOTEL ROOMS FOR
RENT, weekly rates, no
frills rooms $60, rooms
with baths $130 & tax.
To see the rooms, go to
the Managers apartment
on Walnut Street, across
from Post Office at Mag-
nolia Hotel.


Animals and
Pets
52
MANY DOGS & PUPPIES to
choose from. Small and
large, $25 donation. Call
904-964-2165 any time.
14YR OLD QUARTER
HORSE. Great with kids
and has current Coggins.
$1000firm. Call352-235-
1503 or 904-364-6405.
DOG TAGS DOG TAGS -
DOG TAGS! Buy them at
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.
FOR SALE BABY PIGS and
hogs, all sizes, call 904-
964-4799.

LONG HAIR MINI DACHS-
HUND, long and short
hair Chihuahua (small tea
cup size). Mini Schnau-
zer/Chihuahua (designer
mix), all 8 to 10 weeks
old, $200 and up. Have
shots & wormed, parents
on premises. Call 904-
769-2251.
Starke Yard
Sales
53A
BARGAIN PRICES, tools,
kitchenware; furniture,
craft supplies, nearly new
clothing. Fri. & Sat., 504
W. Call Street.
Keystone Yard
Sales
53B
3 FAMILY SALE, SAT.,
March 14th, 8am to 12pm.
Treasures & Junk. Tri-
est Ave.. off Commercial
Circle.
For Sale
57
BED- KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspring
with manufactures war-
ranty. Brand new still in


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plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $200. Call 352-372-
7490.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
Plastic, with warranty. Can
deliver. Sacrifice $120.
Call 352-372-8588.
KING SIZE BRASS BED,
dresser, mirror and night
stand in golden pine.
$500, excellent condition.
Call 386-496-2048.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Beautiful cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 night stands, chest avail-
able, dovetail construc-
tion. New still in boxes.
Retail $5,600, sacrifice for
$950. 352-377-9846.
COUCH AND LOVESEAT
brand new microfiber
suede set. Still in pack-
age with warranty. Stain
resistant, pet/kid friendly.
Retail, $1,500. Sacrifice,
$450. Can deliver, 352-
317-4031.
KENMORE AND WHIRL-
POOL washers and dry-
ers, new type $95 and
up, each. Electric stove,
written guarantee, de-
livery available. For ap-
pointments, call 904-964-
8801.
20 FOOT ENCLOSED PACE
trailer. New tires, unit is in
good shape. $3600 OBO,
352-473-5002.
ALL KITCHEN APPLIANC-
ES for sale. Excellent
condition, remodeling and
need to move all appli-
ances out, will let go of
entire set.for $500. For
more information call 904-
964-6930.


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59
PROFESSIONAL HORSE-
SHOEING services, 22
years experience, very
reliable, relocated from
Qklahoma now servicing
Florida. Call Jack Horsey
for more information, 405-
326-1119 or 904-289-
9009..
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
SBldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. Free Esti-
mates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, (904)-284-2333 or
1-800-288-0633.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
M.H. & land packages.
1-800-284-1144.
JERRY'S HAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, run-
ning or not! Will pick
up anywhere. $100 and
up. Call 904-219-9365
or 904-782-9822.
KENN'Y HANDYMAN SER-
VICE. Need lawn mainte-
nance/cleaning, painting,
minor household repairs,
pressure washing, vehicle
detailing, oil changes or
more? Call 352-235-
0148.

Help Wanted
65
OPENING FOR ENERGET-
'IC front office reception-
ist/assistant (health care),
good at multitasking and
teamwork. Must have or.
learn telephone skills and


Homes For Rent
Homes, Lake Homes, Mobile Homes &
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Keystone, Melrose, Starke, Hawthorne
Area ranging from $550 to $1,200 per
month. Apartments in Starke staking
at $350 per month.
Call for Free List
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Management Services
fered by.Trevor Waters Realty


Handicapped
Equipped


have a real desire to work
with people. Entry level
pay with increase after
90 days. Interviews begin
on 2/24/2009. Send short
resume to P.O. Box 1275,
Starke FL, 32091 or e-
mail: vabhj@embarqmail.
com.
APARTMENT MAINTE-
NANCE, full-time. Apart-
ment available. Baldwin
Groves Apartments, 510
Duval Circle, Baldwin.
Apply in person. Call
904-266-4070, Fax 904-
266-1066.
LIVE IN CAREGIVER/com-
panion needed. Requires
light housekeeping, meal
preparation and experi-
ence providing total care
for disabled person with
dementia. Room, board &
salary. 904-782-3301.
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904-964-6220, DFWP,
EOE.
BRADFORD TERRACE IS
NOW ACCEPTING AP-
PLICATIONS for CNAs for
the 3/11 and 11/7 shifts.
Excellent pay and ben-
Sefits,' Apply in person at
808 S Colley Rd,, Starke,
FL 32091,904-964-6220,
DFWP, EOE.
NAIL TECH & HAIRSTYL-
IST NEEDED. Be your
own boss!. Must have
yourownclientele. Booth
.rental. Call Donna Kay at
904-964-5485.,
VOLUNTEER NEEDED,
Coordinator of Minis-
tries Services, Bradford
County Sheriff's Offices,
Department of the Jail.
Must be willing to devote
8-10 hours a week. If in-
terested, please submit a
resume to: Captain Carol
Starling, 945 ANorth Tem-


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or drop off at the front
office at the jail.
EXPERIENCED KITCHEN
HELP needed. Apply in
person, Tues Fri., 2pm
to 4pm at the Steakhouse,
Hitchcock's Plaza, Key-
stone Heights.
WOMAN NEEDS PER-
SONAL CARE assistant
and light housekeeping.
5 days a week, 3 hours a
day. Call 352-478-8053.
CAREGIVER POSITIONS
OPEN in Christian Facility.
Not required to be a CNA.
Taking applications on
Tuesday and Thursdays
from 9am to 3pm at Park
of the Palms, Inc., 706
Palms Circle, Keystone
Heights, Ft 32656.
PARTY CHIEF SURVEYOR
NEEDED. Mustbeableto
pick points & use robotic
total station. FT DFWP.
good drivers license is a
must! Apply within 6327



INSTRUCTOR/
COORDINATOR
PHYSICAL,
THERAPIST
ASSISTANT
PROGRAM
(228 DAYS-TENURE
TRACK)
Teach courses in the
Physical Therapist
Assistant program.
Work with Coordinator
of Clinical Education
to ensure appropriate
clinical activities of
students in the
program. Advise
students, conduct the
selection process of
PTA program
students. Review all
PTA courses. Monitor
continuing evaluation
of programs. and
implement needed
improvements and
assist other-program
faculty in developing,
preparing and
updating program
materials. Coordinate
accreditation
processes of the
Commission on
Accreditation in
Physical Therapy
Education (CAPTE).
Assist the Executive
Director in preparation
of the budget for the .
program. Maintain the
PTA Advisory
Committee. Oversee
semiannual meetings.
Assist in regular
'curriculum reviews.
Maintain active
communication with
health care agencies.
Promote positive
relationships. Conduct
follo upsureys on
gr uate0job
placemeT7IT7luIrti-
educational
advancement and.
employer satisfaction.
Keep informed of
changes affecting
programs as.
mandated by the.
accrediting agencies.
Maintain accurate
literature regarding
program admission
requirements.
Master's degree, with
at least one degree in
the field of Physical
Therapy or Physical
Therapist Assistant
required and licensure
as a physical therapist
or certification as a
physical therapist
assistant. Minimum 3
years experience in
clinical practice.
Salary based on
degree and :
experience, plus
benefits.
Review of applications
to begin: Immediately
and position open until
filled; College
application and copies
of transcripts required.
All foreign transcripts
must be submitted
with a translation and
evaluation. Position
details and application
available on the web
at: http://
www.lakecitycc.edu
Inquiries:
Human Resource
Development
Lake City
Community College
149 SE College-PI.
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone:
(386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-maik boettcher
@ lakecitycc.edug
LCCC is a- credited by the
Southern Association of
Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO College
in Education &
Employment


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KEYSTONE VILLAGE

APARTMENTS

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oConvnieint to shopping, restaurant, boat ramps,
Keystone Heights public beach, schools, banks
& medical facilities All units have additional outside storage
Full carpeting and vinyl flooring
Central air conditioning and hearing Custom cabinets
Ample parking One story only no stairs to climb
Lovely landscaping Patios & Porches for outdoor living
Convenient laundry facilities No pets


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in Keystone Club Estates
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APARTMENT MAINTE-
NANCE, Lake Butler and
Hawthome. Apply in per-
son Mon., Wed., Thur. at
Forest Park Apts, 775 NE
1st St., Lake Butler. 386-
496-3439.
Computers and
- ACcessorie
72
A+ CERTIFIED COMPUT-
ERS complete PC's
-Dell. $99,'call 904-964-
5049.
USED COMPUTERS, $99.
Western Auto in Starke,
call 904-964-6841.


REGISTRAR
ASSISTANT 1
Position in Registrar's
Office registering
students, processing
transcripts, etc. Must
be able to work under
pressure, multi-task,
be detail oriented,
and meet deadlines.
Must have high
school diploma or
equivalent with 2
years clerical
experience.
SAdditional
education may
substitute for
Ixpuerience.
Special consideration
will be given to
applicants with an
Associate Degree or
Certificate in a related
area. Must be
proficient in Word and
Excel.
Salary $20,583
annually plus
benefits.
Application deadline:
March 25,2009.
College application
required. Position
details and .
application available
on the web at:
www.lakecitycc:edu
Inquiries: Human
Resource
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Ph: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mail:
boettcherg@lakecitycc.e
du
LCCC is accredited
by the Southern
Association
of Colleges and
Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO
College in Education
&







SCollege Level
Mathematics
Evening class,
Summer.q term.
Must have Master's
degree int
mathematics'or
Master's degree with
18 graduate credit
.hours in .
mathematics.
Contact Paula'
Cifuentes at 386-
754-4260 or
cifuentesp@lakecitycc.e
du for details.

Computer
Applications
Must have' Master's
'degree with 18
graduate credit
hours in computer
science. Contact
Paula Cifuentes at
386-754-4260 or
cifueritespOlakecitycc.e
du for details.
AutoCAD/Solid
Works
Must have Master's
degree with
AutoCAD
experience. Day
classes will be held
June-July 2009:
Contact Debbie
King at.
(386)754-4442 or,
kingd@lakecitycc.edu
College application
and copies of
transcripts required.
All foreign
transcripts must be
submitted with a
translation and
evaluation.
Application available
at
www.lakecitycc.edu
LCCC is accredited by
the Southern
Association of Colleges
and Schools
VP/ADANEA/EO College
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TRACK/FIELD

Union boys
take second
at Raiders
Invitational
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bryan Holmes won two
events, helped the 4x100m
relay team to a win and placed
second in another event as the
Union County boys' track and
field team finished as runner-
up in the March 7 Santa Fe
High School Raiders
Invitational.
In all, Union placed first or
second in nine events,
finishing, with 107 points.
Gainesville won the
invitational with 110 points.
Holmes wop the high jump,
clearing 6'2", while teammate
Marcus Albritton took second
at 5'11".
In the 100m, the top three
finishers were Tigers. Holmes
was first with a time of 10.72
seconds, followed by Koydric
Simmons (10.94) and Najeeb
Smith (10.94).
Holmes, Simmons and
Smith were joined by Deven
Perry on the 4x100m relay
team, which took first with a
time of 43.21 seconds.
Smith earned a win in the
200m with a time of,'22.3
seconds, while Holmes was
runner-up at 22.64 seconds.
Lonnie Gosha earned a first-
place finish for the Tigers as
well, with a throw of 46'6" in
the shot put.
Albritton was runner-up in
the 300m hurdles with a'time
of 42.94 seconds, while J!ustin
Tyson was third in the triple
jump with a distance of 38'3".
The Tigers earned a fourth-
place finish in the 4x800m
relay (10:01), while Siminons
was fourth in the I10m hurdles
(17.39). Walter Bradley ;took
fifth in the triple jump (35'5"),
while the 4x400m relay team
was also fifth (3:58).
Gosha earned a sixth-place
finish in the discus.(102')
On the girls' side; Un~ion's
Cameron Lee won the 100m
(12.59), while finishing as


runner-up in the high jump
(5'): She was also a member of
the 4xl00m relay team, which
was runner-up with a time of
52 seconds. The team was also
composed of Courtney Klein,
Lashae Mitchell and, Ashli
Watkins. *
Watkins earned a sixth-place
finish in the 100m with:a time
of 12.87 seconds.
The Tigers finished with 35
points, placing them sixth.
Gainesville dominated the
meet, winning with 208:points.
P.K. Yonge was second with
109 points.

Indians earn 9
wins at Ron
Riddle meet
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Nathan Buchanan and Liz
Wheeler each won two events,.
with the Keystone. Heights
girls' track and .field team
winning six of the 10 events it
entered at the Ron Riddle
Invitational Feb. 27 in Green
Cove Springs.
Youth..summed up much of
the girls' team performance as
seventh-grader Madison Colaw
and eighth-graders Christina
Brantley and Kayla Goodwin
earned individual wins, while
Brantley, Goodwin and
seventh-grader Rachel Lee
were members of the winning
4x800m relay team.
Wheeler's two wins came in
the high jump (5' ") and 300m
hurdles (52.0). Goodwin and
Brantley won the 400m and
800m, respectively, with times
65.1 seconds and 2:48; Colaw
won the 1600m with a time of
6:00.
The 4x800m team,; which
also included Raquel; Doty-
O'Kelly, rana time of 11:08.
For the boys' team,
Buchanan won. the 800m with
a time of 2:08, while also
claiming first in the long jump
with a distance of 20'8".
Buchanan also finished as
runner-up in the triple jump
(39'8"). ,
Also, boys' team member
Brandon Miller won the discus
with a throw of 109'.
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was the second meet! of the


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season for Keystone, which
opened with the Creekside
Classic on Feb. 25.
Buchanan won three events
at the Creekside Classic: triple
jump (40'5.5"), long jump
(19'9") and 800m (2:09.79).
Miller placed third iq the
discusi (96'1"), while Jennings
was fourth in the shot put
(38'8"). Jennings also earned
sixth in the discus (83'9").
In the boys' 400m, Alex
Gonzales and Tony Willis
were fifth and eighth,
respectively, with times of
57.37 and 59.26 seconds.
The girls' team got wins
from Colaw and Wheeler,
while also taking second in the
4x800m. Colaw's win came in
the 1600m with a time of
6:00.59, while Wheeler won
the 300m hurdles with a time
of 51.92 seconds. The 4x800m
team had a time of 11:15.
Wheeler earned a third-place
finish in the high jump (4'10"),
while 'Goodwin was fourth 'in
the 40j0m (1:08.96). Courtney
Carroll and Dakota Thacker
earned fifth-place finishes in
the 100om and 800m,
respectively, with times of
14.87 seconds and 3:04.36.
Doty-O'Kelly tied for sixth
in the high jump (4'),%"wile a
pair or seventh-place finishes
were earned by Rachel Parker
in the |shot put (24'0.25") and
Rainy IHenderson in the discus
(58'8'". Kelcee Griffis; was
eighth!'in the 1600m with a


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AuStin Morgan and Diontre
Jonas each won two events to
help the Bradford i Middle
School boys' track and field
team finish asi runner-up at the


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Bradfbrd girls' team also got a
runner-up finish from Shay
Wanton in the discus (77'11")
and a third-place finish from
the 4x800m relay team
(13:0 .62). The team was
composed of Courtney Cragg,
Rosa London, Jessika
Robinson and Hannah Ricker.
Cragg placed fifth in the
800ml (2:48.37), while the
4xlOdm relay team of Latasha
Smith, Jameria Young,
Shakeira Mitchell and Wanton
was sixth (56.0).
Jimmy Hankerson earned a
runner-up finish for the boys'
team in the triple jump with a
distance of 40'3.5", while
Malcolm Moo re placed third in
the 400m with a time of 51.85
seconds. The' 4x400m relay
team iof Moore, Hankerson,
Michael White and Devontre
Edwards was also third (3:47),
while Hankerson earned a
sixth-blace finish in the 400m
(52.39).

BMS boys
take second
at invitational
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
tlegraph Staff Writer


imeo 7:03.20. Bradford Middle School finishes occurred in the high lO0m with a time of 13.57
Invitational Feb. 24 in Starke. jump (4'2"), 100m hurdles seconds.
The Hurricanes finished (17.39) and 400m (1:09.15).
!yth with i134 points to place The 4xl00m relay team also See TRACK, p. 12B
Shannon earn
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Sant1 Fe High School Raiders
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behind champ Oak Leaf,
which had 165 points.
Morgan won the shot put
and discus events with
distances of 32'10" and 96'l",
while Jonas won the 100m and
200m with times of 12.20 and
25.11 seconds.
Bradford's 4x100m and
4x400m relay teams each
placed first with times of 48.46
seconds and 4:35. Cordell
Reed won the 400m with a
time of 1:02.85.
Runners-up for Bradford
were Joshua Scott in the discus
J75'8"), Deon Aldridge in the
100m (12.37), Achilles
Jackson in the 400m (1:04.54)
and Cole Whitehead in the
200m (25.94). DeQuan Blount
and Michael James earned
third-place finishes in the
400m and 800m, respectively,
with times of 1:04.56 and 2:42,
while Travon Thomas was
fourth in the 100m (12.44).
The 4x800m relay team was
also fourth with a time of
11:22.
Also, Travis Duncan was
sixth in the discus (57'10"),
John Gillenwaters sixth in the
800m (2:48), Marcus
Thompson seventh in the
800m (2:53) and Scott seventh
in the shot put (24'9").
Bradford placed fourth in the
girls' competition, with Tiana
Sheffield winning three events
to help the Hurricanes finish
with 61.5 points.
Sheffield's first-place


earned a first-place finish with
a time of 55.81 seconds.
Beverly Detlefsen placed
third in the 200m with a time
of 30.88 seconds, while Shaina
Harden placed fourth in the
high jump by clearing 4'0'.
Bradford's "A" and- "B"
4x800m relay teams placed
fifth and sixth, respectively,
with times of 12:38 and 14:31,
while the 4x4)00m relay team
was seventh with a time of
5:32.
Detlefsen took eighth in the
100m with a time of 14.38
seconds.

LBMS girls
are runners-
up at BMS
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Teyona Jenkins and Nancy
Slocum each won one event,
while Shakeylia Griffin placed
second in two to help the Lake
Butler Middle School girls'
track and field team take
second in the Bradford Middle
School Invitational, which was
held Feb. 24 in Starke.
Lake Butler earned 79.5
points to finish behind Oak
Leaf, which had 134.5.
Jenkins won the long jump
with a distance of 13'5", while
Griffin was second at 13'4"
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SOFTBALL


Keystone

shuts out

Union 10-0
BY C!,IFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Chelsea Harvin had two hits
for the third straight game and
drove in two runs to help the
Keystone Heights softball
team defeat visiting Union
County 10-0 in six innings for
a District 6-3A win March 3.
It was the second shutout
this season for pitcher Jessica
Knight, who improved to 6-1.
She allowed just three hits.
The Indians (2-0 in District
6) got nine hits off of Union
pitcher Taylor Nettles. Six of
those came from Harvin,
Becca Heavrin and Kari
Minor. Harvin was 2-for-4,
while Heavrin and Minor were
each 2-for-3. Minor hit a triple
and had an RBI. She and
Heavrin also scored two runs
each.
Cortney Casas and Chandler


Singletary each hit a double to
help Keystone's cause. It was
Singletary's second straight
game with a double.
The Indians followed the
Union game up by defeating
host North Marion 6-3 March
5 for their fourth straight win.
Harvin continued her multi-
hit streak, going 2-for-4 and
scoring two runs. She was the
only Keystone batter with
more than one hit,-though
Casas and Chelsea Cravey did
each hit a double.
Knight gave up five hits in
earning the win.
Keystone (8-1) played
Fleming Island this past
Tuesday and will host district
opponent Interlachen tonight,
March 12, at 7 p.m. On Friday,
March 13, the Indians travel to
play district opponent Pierson
Taylor at 7 p.m.
The Indians travel to
Williston for a 7 p.m. game
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Tigers score

35 runs, win

2 straight
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Brianne Clyatt,- Chelsie
Hersey and Erica Townsend
drove in two runs each as the
Union County softball team
defeated St. Francis 12-2 in
five innings March 6 in
Gainesville.
It was the second straight
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have now scored 35 runs since
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scored.
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in four runs each as the Tigers
blasted Hawthorne 23-7 March
5 in Hawthorne.


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for-5 with two doubles.
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respectively.
Hannah Tucker also
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at-bats, finishing the game
with two doubles and one RBI.
She scored four runs.
Hersey went 2-for-4 with an
RBI, while Jordane Spitze was
2-for-5 with three RBI.
The Tigers travel to
Gainesville tonight, March 12,
to play P.K. Yonge at 7 p.m.
before playing in a tournament
in, Gainesville this weekend.
On Tuesday, March 17, Union
returns home to play district
opponent Pierson Taylor at 5
p.m.


Let us, then, be up and
doing, with a heart for
any fate; still achieving,
still pursuing, learn to
labor and to wait.
Henry* Wadsworth
Longfellow 1819-1892,
American Poet. -


Bradford falls

to 2-5 in

district with

loss to Baker


two hits, drove in Bradford's
lone run.
Bradford will host district
opponent Clay Friday, March
13,at7 p.m.

Earlier result:


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer Ridgeview 7 BHS 2
rBradford had 11 hits, but
Host Baker County exploded couldn't string them together
for nine runs in the fifth inning to score runs in a 7-2 loss to
after Bradford starting pitcher district opponent Ridgeview
Stefanie Jones was knocked March 4 in Orange Park.
out of the game with a Macy Winkler drove in two
concussion, handing the runs to give the Tornadoes a 2-
Tornadoes a 13-1 District 3-4A 0 lead in the top of the first,
loss in five innings March 5 in but it could have been a much
Glen St. Mary.
Glen St. Mary. larger lead. Bradford had the
The Tornadoes (3-7, 2-5 in bases loaded with no outs, but
District 3) trailed 4-1, but struck out three straight times
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