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R'he Sweetest Strawberries T'his Side Of q-Leaven






USPS 062-700 Two Sectionsr a Starke, Florida Thursday, July 28, 2011 131st Year 52ndssue 75 CENTS


USPS 062-700 Two Sections Starke, Florida Thursday, July 28, 2011 131st Year 52nd Issue 75 CENTS


Worth Noting


Bicyclist.

injured in crash
A Stake bicyclist was critically in-
jured in a Tuesday morning crash on
S.R. 16 in Bradford County.
According to the report pre-pared by
Florida Highway Patrol Trooper J. Bar-
ry, a 2007 Toyota Corolla being driven
by Samantha Hodges, 27, of Waldo was
traveling eastbound on S.R. 16 near the
intersection with Market Road at about
10 a.m.
Dennis Lockridge, 53, of Starke was
riding a Huffy bicycle eastbound on the
paved shoulder of the. road. The vehi-
cle drifted out of the travel lane and
onto the paved shoulder, striking the
bicycle from the rear.
Lockridge was thrown into the ditch
and was listed in critical condition at
Shands UF,as of Tuesday evening.
Charges are pending investigation.




Deputy

collapses at

courthouse
A deputy working for the Bradford
County Sheriff's Office, manning the
metal detector at the entrance of the
Bradford County Courthouse, collapsed
from an apparent heart attack at 12:20
p.m. Tuesday.
Two of his co-workers were pres-
ent and immediately called for help. A
few moments later, BCSO Sgt. George
Konkel arrived and used an Automated
External Defibrillator (AED) on the
fallen deputy. A short time later, he was
stabilized and transported to a hospital
in Gainesville.
According to. BCSO Capt. Brad
Smith, the deputy's condition was still
being assessed as of press time. Smith
said his doctors sAid the use of the AED
was the single most important factor
that kept him alive prior to-arrival at the
hospital.
The name of the deputy is being
withheld due to HIPPA concerns and
his location is being withheld due to
concerns related to the safety of a law
enforcement officer.
Since taking office, Sheriff Gordon
Smith has worked closely with the
Bradford County Health Department
to secure a grant to purchase numerous
AEDs for his patrol officers, communi-
cations center and the jail.
After this incident, Smith said, "I
knew the importance of having these
incredible lifesaving instruments avail-
able to the public: I am truly thankful
to have one readily available today to
help save the life of one of our own
BCSO family members. May God bless
him and his family during this difficult
time."




Starke FCAT

Party Aug. 5
The FCAT party for Starke Elemen-
tary School has been rescheduled to
Friday, Aug. 5, from 6-7:30 p.m. The
party is for all Starke Elementary stu-
dents who scored Level 3 or above on
the FCAT.

OZSZ


District

boundaries

will change

this year

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor


T B o i S o a nai Typically it happens once a decade,
tt but the political boundaries haven't
g moved in Bradford County since .1986,
cW Iln according. to Supervisor of Elections
STerry Vaughan.
That will change prior to next year's
election, affecting both county commis-
sion and school board representation as
some voters find themselves in a new
S' political district before it comes time to
S, ..' .. cast their next ballot. Those most likely
~to be affected are those who are living
near the existing political divisions.
Local redistricting is part of a na-
tionwide redistricting effort that comes
S after every decennial census. The num-
The Bradford High School coaching staff conducted a ber of legislative seats is reapportioned
youth football clinic July 18-21, with more than 35 children and the lines of political boundaries are
in grades 3 through 8 attending. ABOVE: Hunter Chipoletti drawn based on the new population in-
practices the art of coming up off of the line of scrimmage formation.
and fighting off blockers as he bursts through two tackling The one district unlikely to change
dummies. RIGHT. Bradford High School varsity players served much is District 1 since the same court
as camp counselors and formed bonds with the camniner= as order that turned Bradford County from
demoneiraterlh%.P.'. %BL'uxona and young JacC, Cavio. F o n .- at-large. to single-member districts
on the camp, see Regional News page 5B.
ont goSee CHANGE page 2A



Donaldson named Hampton Elementary principal


Other administrative
changes announced

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

/A special school board meeting July
20 answered the question of Hampton
Elementary School's future leadership.
Thirty-year district employee Brenda
Donaldson has been named the school's
principal.
"I'm extremely excited about it," said
Donaldson, who has been working to-
ward this since becoming assistant prin-
cipal at Starke Elementary. In truth, it
was many years of hard work that have
brought her to this point.
Donaldson said she believes in
"building blocks," starting at entry level
and working you way up. And so it was
when she entered education, teaching
reading for a year and a half at a Union
County prison. In 1982, she was hired
by Dewey McKinney to teach at Brad-
ford Middle School. After 11 years at
BMS, she spent a year at the elementary
school in Lawtey under Jim Duncan,
then began working in the media center
at Bradford High in the mid-1990s.
Since 2006 she has been assistant


principal and behavioral resource teach-
er at Starke Elementary under Christie
Reddish and Lynn Melvin.
It would be more than an' oversight
not to mention that the appointment
is a history-making one for Bradford
County. Donaldson is the first woman
of color to become principal at one of
the district's schools.
Donaldson was born and raised in
Bradford County, and she graduated
from BHS in 1974. She grew up with
many of the parents she's worked with
through the years, and not only has she
worked with many of the people she is
now leading at Hampton Elementary,
she even went to school with one and
taught a couple of others. Previous ac-
quaintances or not, she said she's look-
ing forward to working with the staff
and the community, and bringing the
community into the school to work with
teachers and students.
As an assistant principal, Donald-
son not only worked with families but
gained experience working with the
businesses and other organizations who
contribute so much to the school sys-
tem.. She has kept abreast with what
is happening in Tallahassee and how
those changes impact education locally.
She also continued her professional de-


Brenda Donaldson (left), the new principal at Hampton Elementary
School, is pictured at the Bradford County Education Foundation
Spelling Bee with Brenda Butler.


velopment, with the-help of the North-
east Florida Educational Consortium,
and had the opportunity to learn from
two great administrators, she said-
Reddish and Melvin.
After graduating from BHS, her


personal education continued at Santa
Fe Community College and the Uni-
versity of Florida, where she earned a
degree in journalism and communica-
See NEW page 2A


Local government budget hearings to begin soon


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD.
Telegraph Editor

County Clerk Ray Norman distrib-
uted the final draft of the county's
2011-2012 budget last Thursday night
saying the $33.3 million spending plan
*was balanced using revenue from the
county's fund balances.
That was necessary because antici-
pated revenues won't be enough to cov-
er projected expenses.
The county commission voted to
leave the millage rate unchanged at


9.1769 mills. In many years that would
result in an increase in property tax
revenue, but tax revenue is expected to
drop by more than $171,000, a reflec-
tion of a reduction in the county's over-
all taxable value.
When TRIM notices go out around
Aug.. 15, property owners will be
able to see if the value of their prop-
erty and their projected tax amount has
changed.
The county's public hearings on the
budget are coming up in September.
Thursday, Sept. 15. at 5:30 p.m. is the


first, followed by the second on Mon-
day, Sept. 19, at 5:30 p.m.
The meeting of the Value Adjustment
Board.will take place in October. That
process begins by meeting with County
Property Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez.
If you question the valuation of your
property, you can make an appointment
by calling 904-966-6216.
The Starke City Commission has
slightly rolled back its tentative millage
rate from 3.9672 to 3.9597. This will
result in the city collecting around the
same amount of property tax revenue


in 2011-2012 as it did during the cur-
rent year. The city commission was set
to begin workshops on the next year's
budget July 26.
Starke's public hearings for its bud-
get are typically held at the top of its
regularly scheduled meetings on the
first and third Tuesday s in September.
The school board's public hearings
are scheduled for 5:01 p.m. on Aug. I
and at 5:30 p.m. on Sept. 12. Details of
next year's school district budget arc to
be discussed in a workshop on Aug. 8
prior to the board's 6 p.m. meeting.


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2A Bradford County Telegraph Thursday, July 28, 2011


DISTRICT
Continued from page 1A


.in the mid-1980s also requires
the county maintain a majority-
minority district where blacks
constitute a majority of the popu-
lation in order to help diversify
representation on the commis-
sion.
Another consideration,
Vaughan said, will be whether
to include the average prison
population in calculating the ap-
propriate district population. It
means the difference between a
total county population of 28,520
people or 23,992.
Currently, Districts I and 2 are
significantly impacted by prison
population, with nearly 900 pris-
oners in the first district and more
than 3,600 in the second. That
boosts their total populations to
3,886 and 9,619, respectively.
Cutting out the prison nump-
bers won't be enough to remedy
the population disparity between
districts. Even without the pris-
on count, the population breaks
down to:
District 1: 2,997.
District 2:'5,980.
District 3: 3,808.
District 4: 5,061.
District 5: 6,146.
The districts don't have to be


exactly equal in population, but
Vaughan said the acceptable
variation in size for state and lo-
cal districts should be no larger
than 10 percent. (Congressional
boundaries are more mathemati-
cally equivalent.)

. Assuming little or no change is
made to District 1 to preserve its
majority-minority district status,
then the ideal district size would
be 6,158 people including the
prison population or 5,249 peo-
ple excluding the prison popula-
tion.
Vaughan discussion with the
county commission included rep-
resentatives from other interest-
ed groups, including the school
board and NAACP. Ultimately,
the final decision on redistricting
rests with the county commis-
sion, but citizen committee will
be formed to make recommenda-
tions, and of course the commis-
sion will listen to concerns raised
by the school board during the
process.
The goal, Vaughan said,
should be to finish before the
state has completed its redistrict-
ing process. If it makes sense
to make revisions to the local
plan in light of the changes in
the state's district boundaries,
then the county can go back and
make those changes. It's unlikely


that will be necessary since state
changes aren't expected to have
an impact on Bradford County's
representation.
District lines aren't drawn ran-
domly. They are meant to reflect
existing boundaries both visible,
like streets, bodies of water and
railroad tracks, and invisible, like
city and county limits.
The current criteria for drawing
a district take into account size of
population, but districts also need
to be contiguous, relatively com-
pact, politically competitive, and
comply with the Voting Rights
Act in order to prevent minority
disenfranchisement.

Vaughan said, as the process
is under way, the county's pre-
cincts will also shrink in number.
This is in part a reaction to cost
of having more precincts than
necessary. The precincts should
also be renumbered to eliminate
multiples like 3A, 3B, 6A and
6B. One method might include
linking districts to precinct num-
bers, so every precinct in District
I would begin with the number
one, every precinct in District 2
would begin with the number 2,
and so on.
District maps, demographic
data and other information can
be found online at www.brad-
fordelections.com.


Bradford County, Florida
District Map
for
Board of County Commissioners
and
Bradford County District School Board


;L


Pension plan further scrutinized


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

The sustainability of Starke's
employee pension program was
up for discussion again July 19,
but though the city commis-
sion realizes something must be
done, it hasn't decided what that
something is yet.
Eddie Douglas was not pre-
senting to the commission as its
auditor, but as a businessman,
he said. This businessman came
prepared with a spreadsheet that
compared the city retirement
system with the state's. Accord-
ing to Douglas' calculations the
Starke pension plan costs 43 per-
cent more than the state plan.
Among the differences is that
Starke's benefit, the multiplier
of 2.5, is more than 56 percent
higher than the state's benefit..
Douglas said the city's goal is
to replace 75 percent of an em-
ployee's salary at retirement. By
comparison, the state replaces
around 48 percent.
The city averages the three
highest compensated years out
of the last 10 to calculate retire-
ment payments. The state uses
the average of the highest eight
years, which in many cases
would lower the average. Also,
Starke's five-percent member
contribution is paid by the city,
not the employees, but employ-
ees on the state system are now
contributing three percent to
their plan.

Douglas created a scenario in
which he imagined two employ-
ees begin work at the same time
making the same salary, only
one worked for the city and the
other for the county (which is
on the state retirement system).
Working for the same number
of years and earning the same
three-percent annual pay raise,
the Starke employee's annual


ee's retirement salary would be
around $19,000.
Assuming the pair also died at
the same time, the city employ-
ee would have earned $418,000
more during retirement than the
county employee.
One Starke employee pointed
out that figure did not take into
account annual cost of living
adjustments state retirement
plan members tend to receive,
increases Starke employees do
not receive. That would dimin-
ish the disparity.

There was an attempt to com-
fort longtimb)city employees by
telling them that accrued bene-
fits would not be affected by any
future changes to the retirement
,system. Commissioners have ac-
knowledged that many of those
employees. haye .been loyal to
the city, earning less than they
could have earned elsewhere
because there were promised a
better living after retirement..
Younger employees, howev-
er, would be impacted by chang-
es. Examples that have been
discussed include reducing the
multiplier, raising the retirement
age and requiring employees to
pay directly into the system.
Such actions won't do much
to reduce the cost of plan to the
city in the short term. The city is
still trying to make up for years
of lost funding when the market
downturn impacted its invest-
ments.

The general employees pen-
sion plan has a $4.2 million un-
funded accrued actuarial liabil-
ity. Changes going forward will
only impact future costs, not
prior costs, Douglas said.
The cost of catching up plus
providing other benefits, ac-
cording to Douglas' calcula-
tions, means the city is paying
-close to 80 cents for every dollar


retirement salary would surpass in salary that goes to one of its
$31,000. The county employ- general employees.


Offering some more "bad
news," Douglas said the amount
of money coming out of the sys-
tem to pay pensioners is going to
increase as more employees re-
tire. It will go up $160,000 this
year, then.$54,000, $51,000 and
$120,000 in the following years,
at which point the pension sys-
tem will be paying close to $1
million a year to retirees.
The city needs to earn the
eight-percent investment income
the plan is based on, but the av-
.erage of the past several years is
around 5.3 percent, excluding
one particularly disastrous year.
At that rate, Douglas said the
city is not catching up but fall-
ing further behind. Around the
year 2000, he said the city owed
less than $200,000 in accrued
actuarial liability. Today, the
amount for the general employ-,
ee plan alone is $4.2 million:
"It bothers me, and I want to
be sure you guys are bothered,"
Douglas told the commission-
ers.
Douglas and his wife, Lora,
said the city needs a consultant
to truly evaluate whether the
city pension plan is sustainable
and perhaps recommend a plan
design that would work. Lora
said they are auditors, not actu-
aries, and even the actuaries are
willing to calculate scenarios for
the city, but not make plan rec-
Sommendations.
Commissioner Wilbur Waters
said it's a difficult position to
be in. The city didn't get to this
point overnight, and it's going
to take time to get out of it.

Commissioner Carolyn ,
Spooner said even with their
lay knowledge, commissioners
know the city can't survive un-
der the current plan. They can-
not change the past or take away
benefits.that employees have al-
ready earned, but they do need
to make some hard decisions
-moving forward.


NEW
Continued from page 1A

tions, paying her way with a job
at McDonald's. She later went on
to earn her master's degree from
Nova Southeastern University,
and then her certification in ed'u-
cational leadership from the Uni-
versity of North Florida.
Donaldson. has been married
to her husband, John, fof nearly
10 years. He had three children
when they married, and now they
have grandchildren as well.
John gets a lot of credit for en-
couraging his wife to reach high-


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er and higher, but education itself
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integration, and her mom taught
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The photographers will be
taking the senior pictures for
the yearbook and several other


sets to choose from. Call 800-
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If these dates aren't conve-
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must be taken with the school
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Thursday, July 28, 2011 Bradford County Telegraph 3A



Lunch prices will go up in 2011-2012 school year


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Lunch prices will be increas-
ing when the new school year be-
gins on Aug. 22, but this time the
decision was out of the school
board's hands.
Dotty Rondelli, coordinator
for food services, explained the
school food program is no longer
under the Department of Educa-
tion. It has been moved to the
Department of Agriculture. New
legislation also puts a process
in place to help ensure adequate


funding for the food service pro-
gram.
The mathematic tool provided
helps the district calculate what
the cost of paid lunches should
be based on the number of meals
being served. Plugging the num-
bers in, Rondelli said the aver-
age of elementary and secondary
prices should be at least $2.40,
so in each case, meal prices for
paid lunches are increasing by 10
cents.
That will make lunches $2.35
for prekindergarten through
fifth-grade students. Students in


sixth grade and up who receive
regular-priced lunches will pay
$2.60.
The 10-cent increase will cost
families an additional $18 per
child per year if the child eats a
regular-priced school lunch ev-
ery day.

The increases do not affect the
40-cent reduced-price lunches
for those who qualify. Breakfast
-prices will remain $1.15 or 30
cents for those who qualify for
the reduced-priced breakfast.
Rondelli said this process for


calculating the adequate school
lunch price will continue, with
the district being told what its
average price target should be,.
then calculating the lunch prices
based on that goal. The maximum
increase required is capped at 10
cents more per year, she said.

Rondelli said for years the dis-
trict avoided raising prices, plac-
ing Bradford out of touch with
what other districts were charg-
ing. Then the board approved a
25-cent increase all at once in
2009-2010 to make up for falling


behind.
The new process for calculat-
ing lunch prices takes the deci-
sion out of the school board's
hands, and it applies to every
district, she said. It is designed
to keep the school lunch program
adequately funded.

The only way to avoid rais-
ing lunch prices when necessary
is to look for other sources of
non-federal funds to make up the
difference such as funds raised
by parent organizations or local
agency grants. Rondelli didn't


think that was realistic to expect
more from those organizations
when the district already relies
so much on them for financial
support.

Most of the district's students
qualify for free or reduced-price
lunches, and Rondelli said they
hope those numbers go up this
year. The process for applying
will remain the same. The in-
formation will be published in
the Telegraph the week before
school begins.


Back-to-school fair announced.


The fourth annual Bradford County
Back-to-School Info Fair will take place
at the fairgrounds where this year's co-
ordinator, Cheryl Canova of Santa Fe
College, said there would be more room
to spread out so families spend less time
waiting in line.
Donations and community participation
will be needed to ensure another success-
ful year helping those families out.
The event will take place Saturday,
Aug. 20, from 4-6 p.m., just before the
new school year begins on Aug. 22. Sup-
port from the Bradford County Education
Foundation was able to secure the fair-
grounds,for this year's info fair.
. "This program is for students who at-
tend Bradford schools and is instrumental
in helping families to get a successful start
in the 2011-2012 school year," Canova
said.
One reason is the school supplies, but
students and their families are also provid-
ed a wealth of information from schools,
churches and community organizations


about programs that are available to assist
them as they strive for success.
Upon arrival, each student will register
and receive a book bag. As they visit all
of the displays, they will collect a variety
of information from participating groups
and get a special card signed or stamped
at each booth they visit. When their card
is full, they will receive a bag full of free
school supplies.
This year, Canova said there would be
bags tailored specifically for elementary,
middle and high school students. The bags
will contain supplies geared toward par-
ticular grade levels.
\
"We will also have hot dogs, chips and
water for those attending, and plan to have
some entertainment and games during the
event," Canova said.
Former coordinator Pastor Byron Ram-
seur is helping co-chair the event with
Canova. Also serving on the committee
are Sylvia Tatum, Barry Warren and Kati-'
na Stewart. Stewart is representing the re-


cently formed PHAT Ryders motorcycle
club, which is joining its planned back-to-
school event with the info fair.
The Back-to-School Info Fair has been
quite successful, but it has taken the entire
community to make it happen, Canova
said. The committee is seeking donations
to help support the cost of the event. Or-
ganizations who plan on participating are
being asked for a voluntary donation of
$100, although even those who cannot af-
ford that amount are invited to participate.
Those who set up booths, can give out in-
formation, supplies or both.

Individuals can also contribute by join-
ing the Committee of 100-that is 100
individuals who pledge at least $50 to-
ward the event. Checks can be made out
to Back-to-School Info Fair and brought
to the Santa Fe College Andrews Center,
Canova said, or mailed care of the college
to 209. W. Call St., Starke, FL 32091. Ad-
dress envelopes to the attention of Cheryl
Canova.


SRecreation proposals being considered


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The Starke City Commission
was ready to consider proposals
'" to provide recreation services
Tuesday night.
S Contracting with one or mote
parties to ake over recreation
services is the city's chosen ap-
proach to cutting its budget. The
commission set the July 26 work-
shop to speak with those submit-
,.ting the three proposals.
-,.- The first proposal the city had
; -,seen before. It came from Brax-
ton Bhtt, president of the Brad-
ford Youth Sports Association.
J_That proposal includes a request
.. to contract for use of the parks
"at Edwards Road and Thomas
Street and for the city to cover
the cost of utilities and provide
$3,500 toward the cost of pro-
grammihg.
In return, the association would
run the Babe Ruth baseball and
s softball programs for youth as'


Summertime
is the time to
give blood
The next time you climb into
your.car in the afternoon and the
seats and the steering wheel are
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..-.Jfired charcoal grill, think of it as
':.-"a reminder that it's a good time
.. ito donate blood.
-, Summer, when school is out
.,-and families hit the road for va-
cations, is a time when donors are
in short supply, but the need for
: blood is as strong as ever. If it's
,been a while since you donated,
-there's no better time than now.
In about the time it would take to
shop for groceries for a week or
knock out a crossword puzzle a
blood donor can save a life.
The bloodmobile will be at
Walmart on U.S. 301 in Starke
: -on Friday, July 29, and Saturday,
'July 30. Blood drive hours are
between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. each
day.
Roll up your sleeve this sum-
"imer. LifeSouth really needs your
help. Donors must be 17 or old-
er, or 16 with parental consent,
weigh a minimum of 110 pounds
and be in good health. A photo
ID is also required. Sixteen-year-
old donors must have signed pa-
Srental consent.
All who donate will receive
a recognition item and a com-
plimentary cholesterol screen-
ing. Hot dogs and soda will be
served. For more information
about becoming a donor or about
; :. blood drives in your area, -call
LifeSouth at 888-795-2707 or


well as the adult softball league.
The organization has been self-
supporting 'and includes indi-
viduals with as many as 30 years
of experience running a parent
organization.
Concerned Citizens of Brad-
ford County did not offer to run
the. baseball and softball pro-
giWams but would instead like to
take on the city's after-school and
summer day camp programs.
The group began offering a
basketball program when the
sport was dropped by the city,
and it sponsors several commu-
nity sporting events each year
as well as the annual Come To-
gether Day. It has also hosted the
city's summer camp program at
the RJE gymnasium for a few
years now."
The final proposal was also
the most comprehensive. Cas-
sels Christian Academy has
ambitiously offered to take over
the entire recreation -program
and even expand its offerings. It
(*


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LifeSouth is the sole blood
supplier for 39 medical facilities
in 17 counties in North Central
Florida including Shands UF,


would offer baseball and softball
for youth and adults, the after-
school and summer day camp
programs, a summer tiny tots
program, flag football, soccer,
weekend sports clinics, travel
ball tournaments, coach training
and even a quilting class for se-
nior citizens.
, Cassels has experience offer-
ing sports programs to its 200-
plus students and boasts coaches
and instructors with degrees in
recreation and coaching.

Once the city meets with the
three groups, commissioners will
sit down with their top choice in
a workshop scheduled at 6 p.m.
before their meeting on Aug. 2.
Any hope of the county offer-
ing financial assistance so the
city could continue running the
program in-house evaporated
July 21. Though the item was
scheduled for discussion on the
county's agenda, when the time
came, none of the commissioners


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fund recreation through an addi-
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DUI Safety Checkpoints in one
or more of the following loca-
tions within the county during
the month of July: U.S. 301, S.R.
16, S.R. 100, C.R. 225, C.R. 230,
S.R. 21, Southeast 8'h Avenue,
Southeast 144" Street, Market
Road or Colley Road.
The Bradford County Sheriff's
Office is committed to the safety
of motorists and appreciates the
support given in such activities.
It is the agency's hope that these
operations will reduce those
killed or injured by impaired.
drivers within our county.


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of support
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aging local citizens to plant red
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business or residence as a way
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4A Bradford County Telegraph Thursday, July 28, 2011


Degree ceremony hosted for lodge brothers
In May, Pine Hill Lodge No. 9 hosted the Fellow Craft Degree for Brothers Jeff
Davis of Pine Hill Lodge No. 9 and David Duffy of Bradford Lodge No. 35. Darrell
Davis of Baldwin Lodge served as worshipful master, Right Honorable Jeff Wood
of Pine Hill Lodge gave the lecture and Right Worshipful Ted Barber of Pine Hill
Lodge and Lake Butler Lodge No. 52 read the charge. Twenty-two Brothers of the
"Friendly" 10th Masonic District participated in the degree. Pictured (front right,
I-r) are Jeff Davis, Darrell Davis, David Duffy, Ted Barber, John Bellovich, John
McKibben, Stan Harvey, Bruce Kirby, Jeff Wood, Colan Coody and Tom Adams.



Stars announced for barbecue

documentary film premier


Starke event
will be featured
Two more stars are scheduled
to make an appearance at the
world premiere of a locally made
documentary film next month.
Chappell Entertainment
has announced that both for-
mer world heavyweight boxing
champion Pinklon Thomas and
Southern Rock Legend Jimmie
Van Zant plan to attend the Red
, Carpet movie premiere of "Boots
'n' BBQ Presents: Grills Gone
Wild-From the Backyard to
Backstage."
Both of the internationally re-
nowned celebrities were featured
in the one-hour made-for-tele-
vision documentary along with


comic Alex Ortiz from HBO and
Comedy Central fame.
Chappell Films, the produc-
tion division of Chappell Enter-
tainment, reports that they are
already in talks with national
networks for a broadcast televi-
sion deal.
In addition to the heavy-hitting
talent, the film features many of
the teams that competed in the
2011 Bradford Fest Boots 'n'
BBQ Championship cook-off as
well as many Bradford County
locals who participated in and at-
tended the annual event.
For a chance to see the film
on "the big screen," locals can
RSVP via email to the North
Florida Regi6nal Chamber of
Commerce at pam@northflori-
dachamber.com. The event is


FCCD says Local food-

thanks with fair set for


'Swamp

Stomp'
The Florida Council on
Crime and Delinquency will
honor several distinguished
service award recipients dur-
ing its inaugural Law Enforce.-
ment Appreciation Bash on
Friday, July 29, at 7:30 p.m.
at the National Guard Armory
in Starke.

The "Swamp Stomp" will
feature a Cajun feast, with all
the trimmings along with door
prizes, music and dancing.
Tickets are available for a $40
donation. Call Debbie For-
syth at 904-368-3022 or Mary
Taylor at 904-368-3209.


August
The. second annual Farm-to-
Restaurant Workshop and Culi-
nary Fair will occur on Monday,
Aug. 1, at the Thomas Center in
Gainesville, from 9 a.m. to 3:30
p.m.
This workshop-:will encourage
local sourcing aid. foster busi-
ness relationships by creating a
forum for farmers, restaurants
and distributors to better under-
stand each other's growing, sell-
ing and purchasing needs.

The Farm-to-Restaurant Work-
shop and Culinary Fair encour-
ages the'shift toward a renewed
and sustainable agricultural sys-
tem that bolsters the local econ-
omy and healthy diets for our
community. The 10-county area
of north central Florida spends


scheduled to begin at 5 p.m. on
Thursday, Aug. 4, at the Flori-
da Twin Theater in downtown
Starke, located at 101 W. Call
St.
The screening is scheduled to
begin promptly at 5:45 p.m. In
the event of a sold-out show, a
7 p.m. screening may be added
to accommodate local residents
wishing to catch a glimpse of
themselves and their friends on
the silver screen.
Cowboys Steakhouse will be
selling barbecue in front of the
theater prior to the screening,
and an after party will be held at
Chrissy's Olde Meeting HIouse
Cafe immediately following the
film where attendees will, have
the chance to meet and greet the
stars of the film.


more than $4 billion per year on
food;tthlerefore, encouraging the
capture'df'even a portion of this
money through local agriculture
and business will help these dol-
lars re-circulate in our region
many times over.

The program for the work-
shop highlights how agriculture
supports many types of industry
and jobs, and how north central
Florida is quickly maturing into
this innovative approach tocom-
munity building and secdritily.
This workshop is pr-seirted by
Blue Oven Kitchens, Slow Food
Gainesville, the University of
Florida's Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences, and the
Buy Local North Central Florida
campaign.

For more information or to
register contact Val Leitner at
Val@blueovenkitchens.org or
352-278-7518.


Greater Allen Chapel AME
Church will hold a Family
and Friends Weekend July
29-31. There will be a gospel
night at 7 p.m. that Friday
with singing, dancing and
a message from the Rev.
Gregory Haile. Saturday from
noon to 4 p.m. will be fun day
with games, a cakewalk and
more. Services will continue
on Sunday at 10 a.m., 11 a.m.
and 3 p.m. with sister church
Mt. Pisgah.

Bayless Highway Baptist
Church will hold "Church
in the Park" on Sunday,


JulN 31,at Edwards Road
Recreation Comple\ in Starke.
Worship ser\ ices begin at
II a m. Special activities are
scheduled for children, teens
and adults. Inflatable games
%\ ill be a\ ailable for the kids.
Snacks will be provided. The
Backwood Boys will be in
concert at 2 p.m. For more
information, call 904-964-
6340.

Pine Grove CMC in Raiford
will hold a revival Monday
through Friday, Aug. 8-12,
with the Rev. Troy Alexander
conducting services. Services


begin at 7:30 p.m. each night..
A special gospel sing will be
held Saturday, Aug. 13, at
4 p.m. with a covered dish
dinner to follow.

E-mail the details of your
congregation's upcoming .
special events to editor@
bctele-graph.com. DEADLINE
ISMONDAYAT 5 P.M.


Grace UMC welcomes new pastor


Grace United Methodist
Church in Lawtey is welcom-
ing a new pastor, Joseph "Joe"
Hofer.
He and his Wife Linda cur-
rently live in Jacksonville. They
moved to Florida from New Jer-
sey in 1997.
Pastor Hofer said he felt the
call to the ministry while he was
in high school. He then attended
Asbury College, where he met
Linda. The two married and had
one daughter, Sara.

Sara and her husband Mike
now have two children, Ally and


Amanda. They also live in Jack-
sonville.
Pastor Hofer served several
churches in New Jersey before
retiring and moving to Port Or-
ange. Hofer then became a part-
time pastor of Christ United
Methodist Church in Holly Hill,
where he has served for the past
14 years.

The membership of Grace
United Methodist invites every-
one to join Pastor Hofer at ser-
vices on Sunday, July 31, at 11
a.m. The church is located at
1822 Madison St. in Lawtey.


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, One of county's largest landowners sold two parcels


Single-family residence at 415 dence at 4555 S.E. 3rd Place,
W. Andrews St., Starke. Keystone Heights.


:Real estate repo
June, shows sor
property move

BY DAN HILDEB
Telegraph Staff Wr

Rayonier, Inc., cont
'sell some of its Bradfor
land holdings in June. T
sonville-based company
owns more than 50,000
County acres that compi
than 25 percent of the
total land area, conve
parcels in June.
In 2005, the company
focusing on develop
selling its vast real esta
ings throughout the S(
rather than solely mana
land for timber product
onier owns around 200,0
in coastal areas from
SBeach to Savannah, and
develop much of that l
- residential communities


the company's largest projects tarling and labtma J. tarling
include a 3,300-acre, 10,700-unit Date: 6/2/2011 Price: $170,600
residential development 30 miles, Value: Not available, this land
south of Savannah, and a 1,900- was last appraised as a part of
acre industrial park on U.S. 301 a 271.83-acre parcel valued at
.-.between Baldwin and Callahan. $1,087,320. Description: 63.18
In Bradford County, Rayon- acres between Lawtey and High-
_ier, primarily through its Terra lands.
-Pointe LLC subsidiary, has been FROM: Kenneth C. Ryan and
,selling vacant property for resi- Ann A. Ryan. TO: Veronica
! dential use. Lee Ray. Date: 6/2/2011 Price:
The company, with its first mill $120,000 Value: $55,028. De-
Zwithin sight of Mount Rainier in scription: Single-family resi-
.Shelton, Wash., was originally dence and one acre on Raiford
.Zcalled the Rainier Pulp and Pa- Road in Starke, between Harley
per Company. But after teaming Circle and N.W. 173rd St.
up with DuPont scientists to de- FROM: Harry L. Crotzer Ias
velop applications for Rayon, the FROM: Harry L. Crotzer III as
world's first dissolving pulp, the trustee of the Crotzer Irrevocable
company took on the name Ray- Special' Needs Trust. TO: Elliot
onier. It first acquired Southeast MoonPrice: $109am,500 VDate: 6/3/2011
timberlands in the 1930s, to pro- Descrie: $109500 value: $76630amily resi-
vide raw material for its Fernan- Description: Single- family resi-
dina Beach mill. Ravonier had denceonS.E.3rdAve.nearMel-
been one of the top five Bradford rose
County landholders for decades, FROM: Larry L. Thigpen.
but in 1999, it acquired nearly a TO: Allen M. Coolong. Date'.
million acres from Smurfit Stone 6/6/2011 Price: $250,000 Val-
.-Container Corporation in Flori- ue: $18,290. Description: 13.86
tda, Georgia and Alabama. With acres on C.R., 125 just west of
that deal, it became, by far, the Lawtey.
^county's largest landholder
L ast month the company sold lder. FROM: SunState Federal Cred-
63.18-acre theparcel b dn it Union. TO: Richard A. Mar-
e ad iglnd .. e chetti and Charlotte F. Marchetti.
:Lawtey and Highlands to Joseph D 6/0 "e$4 0
D. Starling and Tabitha J. StaDr-'' -. /20J ~rice:- $74,300
S.. ..r $g n r Value.$,09oO Description:
1ing for $170,600< Rayonier sold Single-family" evidence at 198
a second parcel, 16.83 acres two S.E. 28th St., Melrose. Back-
miles west of Hampton Lake, for ground: SunState obtained this
$55,600 to Robert Whales and ground: untate obtaned this
Arn$55,600 to RobHagerty. The two men property in lieu of foreclosure
Arnold Hagerty. The two men in September 2010. According
subsequently conveyed the parcel in September 2010. According
to themselves and theirwives. to documentary stamps, the Sep-
to themselvesllowing andre their'ives. member transaction was valued
Following are the Bradford at $189,900, which appears to
County property sales for June. be the mortgage balance at that
The transaction date noted here date
is the date the deed was recorded ..
by the Bradford County Clerk FROM: David Woodard. TO.:
pf Court. The actual transaction Jacob Ball and Kathleen Ball:
date may be different. The value Date: 6/9/2011 Price: $58,900
reported here is the just value ap- Value: $60,879. Description:
praised by the Bradford County Single-family residence at 501
property appraiser's office. N. Westmoreland St., Starke.


2 FROM: Lake Area Title Ser-
'yices, Inc. TO: Irving T. Myers
Jr. Date: 6/1/2011 Price: $32,500
Value: $27,407. Description:


FROM: James B. Sanders and
Melanie L. Sanders. TO: Kurtis
P. Perschnick. Date: 6/9/2011
Price: $213,500 Value: $213,348.
Description: Single-family resi-


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TO: Joshua Whitehead. Date:
6/9/2011 Price: $53,500 Value:
$85,922. Description: Mobile
home on 2.54 acres at 23151
N.W. 33rd St., Lawtey.
FROM: Byung Yeup Min and
Chong Sun Kim. TO: Patricia
Mazola. Date: 6/10/2011 Price:
$100,000 Value: $62,059. De-
scription: Single-family resi-
dence on 3.33 acres at 9811 N.W.
219th St., Starke. Background:
Min and Kim acquired this fore-
closed property in September
2000 for $25,000.
FROM: Deutsche Bank Na-
tional Trust Company. TO:


Lake Area Properties, Inc. Date:
6/13/2011 Price: $37,200 Value:
$62,698. Description: Single-
family residence at 4012 S.E.
2nd Ave., Keystone Heights.
FROM: Eugene Franzen,
Marjorie F. Wilson, Carole
Marie Person and Patricia Ann
Wischnowskhr. TO: Gary A.
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Date: 6/13/2011 Price: $152,000
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FROM: Robert W. Milner III
and Morgan L. Milner. TO: Mi-
chael J.Gilmore. Date: 6/14/2011
Price: $133,000 Value: $106,294.
Description: Single-family resi-
dence at 5128 N.W. 182nd Way,
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FROM: Jacqueline Smith. TO:
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Date: 6/15/2011 Price: $13,500
Value: $28,358. Description:
Mobile home at 5469 S.E. 125th
St., Starke.
FROM: Darla Sudie Roberts
and Jeremy R..Buchn. TO: Jer-
emy R. Buchn. Date: 6/15/2011
Price: $12,000 Value: $84,160.
Description: Single-family resi-
dence on five acres at 4678 S.E.
109th St., Starke.
FROM: Nanci Jane Bril-
liant. TO: Shamus, LLC. Date:
6/16/2011 Price: $50,000 Value:
$22,207. Description: Single-
family residence at 315 N. Water
St., Starke.
FROM: David W. Randolph
and Trudi L. Randolph. TO: New


River Land Developmdnt Inc.
Date: 6/16/2011 Price: $15,500
Value: $5500. Description: Va-
cant one acre on N.W. 212th St.,
Starke.
FROM: Darrell O'Neal and
Susan Faulkner-O'Neal and
Gregory Goode and Heather A.
Goode. TO: David W. Randolph
and Trudi L. Randolph...Date:
6/16/2011 Price: $130,000 Val-
ue: $84,303. Description: Single-
family residence at 711 Glendale
St., Starke.
FROM: John L. Neipert and
Melissa R. Neipert. TO: Michael
A. Ossman. Date: 6/17/2011
Price: $42,000 Value: $42,775.
Description: Vacant parcel on

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RAN Date: 6/4/2011 Price: $20,000
writerr Value: $38,638. Description:
Single-family residence at 2640
tinued to Lake St., Lawtey. Background:
d County IMB, acting as an agent for mort-
rhe Jack- gagee Taylor Bean and Whitaker
y, which Mortgage Corp., bought this par-
Bradford cel in lieu of foreclosure in Octo-
rise more ber 2010 for $65,100.
county's FROM: Federal Home Loan
yed two Mortgage Corporation TO: Ray-
mond D. James. Date: 6/1/2011
ny began Price: $19,000 Value: $41,822.
ing and Description: Mobile home on
ate hold- 2.5 acres at 1421 N.W. 241st St.,
southeast, Lawtey. Background: Wells Far-
iging the go Bank obtained this property in
on. Ray- a foreclosure in December 2010
)00 acres and transferred it to FHLMC in
Daytona March 2011.
plans to
and into FROM: Rayonier Forest Re-

. Two of sources, LP, et al. TO: Joseph D.


ALANIS, GONZALEZ 0.61
ARNOLD, STEPHEN 0.58
BLANTON, JOSHUA 3.20
BELTRAN, JOHN 5.02
BARNES, STUART 1.50
VANSYCKEL, NATHAN 0.75
CLARK, BENJAMIN 0.35
CARTER, PEDRO 2.82
CRAVEN, DOROTHY 0.09
ROMERO, GABRIEL 30.00
CHANDLER, LOMOKIO 0.2s
HERNANDEZ, GABRIEL- 18.84
URGELLCONTRESAS, JOSE 0.65
BALLARD, NAPOLEON 0.56
REID, OMAR 2.70
REID, TEGANA 7.46
LEE COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS 570.00
LINDSEY, TAMARA- 0.16
UNDERWOOD, JOHN 1.07
HUNTER, BRYANT- 1.01
MILLS, GARY- 0.04.
GANN, DWAYNE 0.31
RODRIGUEZ, TONI 21.90
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WILLIAMSON, JENNIFER 0.12
JACKSON, ROBERT 2.50
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STOKES, LARRY 6.00
PIERCCE, MICHAEL 0.10
PHILLIPS, ROBERT OTIS 0.82
SCOTT, JASON CHRISTOPHER 2.31
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MORGAN, SEAN 20.00
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ARNETT, SHAWNA- 1.28
CLARK, DAVID 1.00
WRIGHT, JAMES L 0.55
TOMLINSON, JOLENE 3.28
HUGHES, DAVID -0.88
HIGGINBOTHAM, EMILY- 1.89
HOFFNER, RONALD 1.15
JOHNSON, LESLIt 0.06
STAFFORD, JOSEPH- 2.64
TYSON, DAVID -4.00
BROWN, RANDALL- 1.56
MAYBEN, RICHARD 3.16
GILLIAM, JERRY 3.00
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FEAGIN, MIND 2600
LARISCEY, ENNIS -0.49
CLARK, ALLEN REXFORD 0.63
HAROLD, CURTIS 0.91
FRANKLIN, ROBERT DWAYNE 0.84
STANGE, CHARLES W 9.85
WINN-DIXIE / 58.68
KIMBRELL, RICHARD 0.01
THORNTON, CLAYTON 0.43
BARNETT, RANDY- 5.16
HELMER, CLINTON RUSSELL 0.37
XKILBURN, GARY'- 36.00
ROBERTS, PATRICK 1.28
STEPHENS, JEREMY 0.57
THOMAS, RONALD 13.00
BROWN, JERMAINE 6.85
PERRY, TARIANO 1.48
KNOX, KATHERINE 0.52
THOMPSON, VERNON 1.79
GRIGGER, KING 0.19
FUGGATT, TIMOTHY 0.66
BRADY, BARBARA 0.44
HARRIS, MICHAEL 0.01
JONAS, CHARLIE 0.06
HUNTER, BRYANT 0.42
GARLAND, JAMES 1.58
REDDING, JEFFREY 0.67
RANSOM, MISTY 1.12
GAUDETTE, JEFFREY- 0.44
TYLER, TIMOTHY -0.32'
DOE, JOHN 4.25
GLOVER, LYNN -0.68
SIMMON, ROSEMAR1IE -0.80
LEE, PARVIELLE 0.11
ASHER, MICHAEL 0.62
MOORE, BRENT 4.32
ROBERTS, KOUVARIS 6.66
CROSBY, MICHAEL 5.35
HOOD, EBONY- 1.95
RODGERS, MELANIE 3.07
BRIGGS, JEDEDIAH 2.31
BAILEY, STACEY 0.44
BALAGUER, MELISSA ANN 16.03'
WILKERSON, MATTHEW 1.36
LEWIS, GEORGE 9.00
WILLIAMS, BOBBY 0.60
TOOLE, DARLENE 0.32
EDDINS, CHARLES 2.34
RIGDON, CRAIG 0.57
PARKER, KEVIN 3.62
LOWE, THOMAS 7.00
CLARK, BENJAMIN 0.19
SEATON, ANGELA 0.75
SANCHEZ, HECTOR 43.00
HANKERSON,"'HAROLD 0.61
KNIGHT, ANDREW 6.82
PADGETT, KIMBERLY 1.37
HINES, BRET JOSEPH 1.64
LAWSON, JOHNNIE 1.14


HAMMON, GUY 1.54
SAWYER, GUY THOMAS 0.73
ARNETT, SHAWNA- 1.81
RUSSELL, WILLIE 0.28
CARRANZAROBLES, SERGIO 14.25
GEORGE, DEXTER 0.44
TEW, THERESA-6.34
LEE, ALVHORD 0.41
PADGETT, CAROLYN 0.43
SAULS, KRISTY 1.17
GRAYER, WILLIAM 0.18
CARTER, GERALD 0.41.
JACKSON, DUSTIN 1.37
MCCRARY, JAMES 2.63
RABICE, RALPH 78.38
SIMMONS, ROBERT 0.14
MALOY, STEVEN 1.10
DEGEUS, RYAN 1.40
GREENE, BARBARA 2.62.
KNOLL, SHERRI 14.75
CLEMONS, MICHAEL 0.37
JONAS, CHARLIE 3.56
NOONEY, JAMES 0.11
CLARK, CHARLES 1.90
SCOTT, MYSTERY 3.00
SCHEIDER, RICKY STEVEN 4.39
STEINMEYER, KEVIN 1.76
DEMARS, RONALD 10.00
CASSELMAN, JACOB 2.01
WRAY, NANCY 0.83
GRAYSON, NICOLE 6.63
HOLLEY, AARON 1.l13
JUGGER, JAMICHAEL -3.38
WESSEL, JASON 3.28
BROWN, MICHAEL 0.37
BROOKS, CURTIS 0.63 .
BENT, EDWARD RUSSELL 1.93
TERRY, EVELYN 0.80
KNIGHT, KEVEN 0.92 .
HOILMAN, DONALD 0.41
GREEN, THOMAS 90.00
BARR, JASON 2.30
MCCGRATH, CHARLSIE 1.20
HICKS, ANTHONY 8.93
RANDALL, JASON 2.35
CRAWFORD, DALE 4.56
MURPHY, WILLIAM 2.69
COLEMAN, CLARENCE 4.05
HIRNDON, DONALD JOE 0.53
GRIFFIS, JIMMY- 0.42
BREWER, KENITH 4.00
CRAWFORD, DONNIE 0.58
ROBERTS, KOUVARIS 8.49
MILLER, LEIGH ANN 5.00
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NICHOLS, DANIEL SCOTT 0.32
GIBSON, CYNTHIA 0.27
THORNTON, STEVEN WAYNE 2.04
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ANDREWS, TINA MARIE 4.63
BUTTS, CALVIN 0.11
LANE, STEFANI 0.29
PASS, RANDALL 3.00
HILLIARD, KIMBERLY 3.16
BOLTON, RACHEL 0.45
GORDON, ERIKA 0.38
SEATON, WESLEY 0.04
MCCLUNG, BRITTON 0.81 I
DILG, STEVE 2.53
HAMM, LEE ROY 1.05
CHILDRESS, SONJA 2.00
PARKER, JAMES 3.17
JAMES, KIMBERLY 0.46
TOMLINSON, JOLENE 0.47
WRAY, NANCY 4.82
LONG, BARRY 2.91
CARTER, SHAUNTELL 0.78
RUISE, CHARLES 0.90
HART, KIMLY 2.08
TURKNETT, JOHN 2.36
ROBINSON, CHRISTOPHER 0.75
SIPPRELL, JEFFREY 0.96
HOWARD, THOMAS -0.27
DESUE, RODERICK 0.58
JACKSON, AQUILES 0.23
LINDSEY, TAUREN 1.09
BRENDLE, TRAVIS- 1.32
CARTER, TRACIE 0.12
VANSYCKEL, COREY 0.74
ELLIOTT, MICHAEL 2.00
THORNTON, MICHAEL 2.07
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WHITE, WILLIAM 0.81
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REED, SCOTT 1.08
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MELLOTT, BRITTANY 0.49
STARLING, STEPHANIE 0.39
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ROSE, KEVIN ERNEST 0.48
WILKINS, THOMAS 0.62
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SULLIVAN, DAVID 1.22
OBRIEN, JOHN 2.39
FICK, JEFFREY 0.22
SMITH, KERI DOSS 0.05


ort for
ne


NOTICE OF UNCLAIMED PROPERTY
The following individuals have unclaimed monies with the Bradford County Jail. Persons having or claiming any interest in such funds
or any portion of them should file their written claims with the Bradford County Jail on or before September 30, 2011. Monies not
claimed by such date shall be declared forfeited to such county.


.COAKLEY, ANGEL 35.00
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SANFORD, JOHN 2.99
CARTER, GERALD 1.11
RILEY, ATIBA- 35.00
CHISHOLM, WILLIAM 30.11
PINCKNEY, SEHERYMEE 0.31
MATHEWS, RUSSELL, 6.67
PARKS, JERONE 1.93
DRIGGERS, DONITA- 68.00
HILL, HAROLD 0.26
GOAD, STEPHANIE 0.52
NICHOLS, ROBERT 2.02
WASHINGTON, JAMES 0.55
SEATON, WESLEY MICHAEL 0.05
KEENE, MARY 0.29
ANDREWS, LUCIAN -'2.78
TYSON, DAVID 0.12
WHITE, WILLIAM TRACY 0.29
GILLIAM, JERRY 11.84
HANNAH, CHASITY 13.00
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GOFF, JAMES 3.49
NORMAN, JASON CHRISTOPHER 1.00
SYLVESTER, DALLAS 3.23
BAKER, RONNIE 2.07
PADGETT, JAMES 0.23
HICKS, ANTHONY 1.05
BOWMAN, JAMES 0.04
DAVIS, JOSHUA 10.05
GOODMAN, JEFFREY 1.35
ELLIS, JAMES 1.50
FORDYCE, ANTHONY 1.28
WRIGHT, RASHAUD 0.37
GRIFFIN, CLARENCE 1.16
DONLEY, KEVIN 2.21
STELMA, KENNETH 1.61
MOORE, LAURA 0.29
LEWIS, JEFFREY 0.39
LUNDE, CAROL MARIE 1.12
JAMISON, JAMES LEWIS 4.23
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RISBY, RANDELL 30.21
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HUNTER, BRYANT DAROLD 0.48
CRAWFORD, CHARLES 0.56
FINLEY, WILLIAM 0.08
LANE, MIKEL 0.66-
SILVERTHORNE, JERRY 1.18
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HUNTER, LOUNDREIKUS 1.63
GIBSON, SHAWN 1.14
JAMES, RENEE 0.77
FERRIS, DEREK 0.34
DELL, SHAWNA- 1.22
FRAZIER, STEVEN 0.12
LEE, VIRGIL 27.00
MCCLENAGHAN, CODY 3.00
BYRD, TREMAINE 0.45
KASSHA, JOSEPH 0.08
WARING, FRANK 2.26
FRANKLIN, ARNOLD 2.65
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PARRISH, LAWRENCE 2.75
CORDELL, JOSEPH 10.30
CLEM, JUSTIN 14.51
CHANDLER, TIFFANY 1.22
PERRY, CLAYTON 2.26
JONES, PHILLIP 4.18
REDDING, JEFFREY 1.09
GOAD, STEPHANIE 1.07
CRAWFORD, CHARLES 1.06
MCRAE, LOUISA- 10.00
LEE, WARREN MATRESE 0.52
HOGUE, TERRENA 3.94
MOYA-OROZCO, GUADALUPE 5.16
TATUM, MARK DANIEL 7.00
THOMAS, CHRISTINA 1.34
BEARD, BERNARD 2.00
RISBY, RANDELL DEAVAN 6.32
FAULKNER, MARK STEVEN 5.00
PERRY, BRIAN 4.59
HARRIS, DAVID 2.00
KAHAKUA, WILLIAM 2.85
JOH'NSON, CHARLES 9.10
THOMAS, ROBERT ALAN 2.31
BENNETT, GEORGE 5.45
SANTIAGO, JOSE ALVAREZ 140.00
BEARD, THOMAS 11.90
FOX, TIMOTHY 5.94
GEORGE, JACQUARA 3.90
ROWE, CODY FRANKLIN 1.89
LEE, CHARLES EDWARD 5.00
HOFFNER, RON 31.92
CANNADY, TOBY ANDERSON 3.61
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BLYE, TRUIN 3.09
MILLER, DONALD- 3.12
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ALLEN, FREDDIE 16.13
RICHARDSON, BRUCE 10.34
LEWIS, GEORGE 27.58
NUGENT, STEVEN -- 19.26
STRONG, EDWARD 5.00
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CRUGER, ERIC LAMARK 67.95
FORD, MELVIN LEVON 7.56
WRIGHT, VIRGINIA CHRISTINE 5.37








4_A Bradford County Telegraph Thursday, July 28, 2011



Bradford Public Library has loads of summer activities for all ages


The Bradford County Public
Library has a whole summer full
- of events and activities for chil-
dren, teens and adults.

Library representative Michael
Schofield said that although the
summer program wraps up in
August, there is more going on at
the library over the next couple
of weeks than has happened thus
far all summer. Up-to-the-minute
ulxdates on activities can be found
on the library's Facebook page.

A schedule of events for the
coming weeks includes:

*Thursday,July 28,at 11 a.m.,
children will enjoy Portia the
Magic Genie. This is a popular
program, so come early to ensure
" seating.


Monday, Aug. 1, at 10 a.m.,
and Thursday, Aug. 4, at 5 p.m.,
adults will enjoy the Coupon
Clipper Club. They will discuss
online coupon websites, shop-
ping strategies, store polices and
more.
Wednesday, Aug. 3, at 3
p.m., the Teen Advisory Board
will meet to offer suggestions for
upcoming events and give their
opinions on almost all aspects of
library operation.
Friday, Aug. 5, at 10 a.m.,the
children's summer program will
end with the Summer Carnival.
Events will include a wide variety
of games, water sprinklers and
even an opportunity to "slime" a
librarian. Wear bathing suits for
this event. Food and drinks will
also be available. Parents will
have the opportunity to enter an.d


win a free drawing.
Tuesday, Aug. 9, at 3 p.m.
the teen book club will meet.
This is an opportunity for teens
to meet and talk about the best
books of the year-which prob-
ably won't be discussed in a high
school English class.
Also on Aug. 9, adults will
enjoy the Scrapbook Club at 10
a.m. They will leave the fancy
embellishments, expensive stick-
ers and jagged-edge scissors at
home and create works of scrap-
book art with an Exacto knife as
a brush.
Wednesday, Aug. 10, at 3
p.m., teens will enjoy the Anime
Club meeting. Movies, discus-
sion and video games from the
manga and anime genres will be
on hand. Teens can also preview
the new series as they are added


to the library collection.
Thursday, Aug. 11, at 2 p.m.,
teens will enjoy the Food Fear
Factor competition. Teens will
eat questionable concoctions for
personal glory and the amuse-
ment of others. There are no
bugs, unfortunately, all contents
of the food were purchased at the
grocery store. Participants must
pre-register by having a parent
or guardian fill out a permission
slip. Information on all known
allergies must be provided so
that alternative "foods" can be
concocted.
Tuesday, Aug. 16, at 10 a.m.,
adults will enjoy a basket weav-
ing class. Judy Jull will teach
participants how to weave beau-
tiful baskets. There is a $15 fee
that must be paid in advance to
cover the entire basket-making


kit. You must pre-register for this
class by Friday, Aug. 5, since the
class size is limited to 10.


. For more information on any
library event, call 904-368-3911.


SLEGALS



STATE OF FLORIDA, CRIMINAL
JUSTICE STANDARDS & TRAINING
COMMISSION,
Petitioner
vs.
JOHN W. WOLF, Case #30753
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: JOHN W. WOLF,
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
Administrative Complaint has been
filed against you seeking to revoke
your CORRECTIONAL Certificate in
accordance with Section 943.1395,
F.S., and any rules promulgated
thereunder.
You are required to serve a written
copy of your intent to request a
hearing pursuant to Section 120.57,
F;S. upon Michael Crews, PROGRAM
DIRECTOR, Criminal Justice
Professionalism Program; Florida
Department of Law Enforcement, P.
0. Box 1489, Tallahassee, Florida
32302-1489, on or before September
14, 2011. Failure to do so will result in
a default being enteredagainst you to
Revoke said certification pursuant to
Section 120.60, F.S., and Rule 11B-
27, F.A.C.
Dated: July 14, 2011
Ernest W. George
CHAIRMAN CRIMINAL JUSTICE
STANDARDS
AND TRAINING COMMISSION
By: -s- Cliff Chitwood, Division
Repnresentativp


the National Board, local agencies
chosen to receive funds must:
1.) Be private voluntary non-profits or
units of government,
2.) Be eligible to receive federal
funds,
3.) Have an accounting system,
4.) Practice nondiscrimination,
5.) Have demonstrated the capability
to deliver emergency food and/or
shelter programs, and
6.) If they are a private voluntary
organization, they must have a
voluntary board. .
Qualifying agencies are urged to apply.
Public or private voluntary agencies
interested in applying for Emergency
Food and Shelter Program funds
must contact Rebecca Thompson,
at United Way, 352.333.0856, for
an application. The deadline for
applications to be received is August
1,2011.
7/28 itchg-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 04-2009-CA-
000558
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY AS TRUSTEE
FOR AMERICAN HOME
MORTGAGE ASSETS TRUST
2007-5 MORTGAGE-BACKED
PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES,
SERIES 2007-5
Plaintiff,
vs.
RONALD K. BEAMS; CAROLYN
SUE BEAMS; UNKNOWN
PERSONS) IN POSSESSION OF
THE SUBJECTPROPERTY;
Defendants.


7/14 4tchg 8/4-BCT RE-NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE OF AVAILABLE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
FUNDS FOR THE EMERGENCY pursuant to an Order Rescheduling
S FOOD AND SHELTER, t -. Feelesurie Sale Filed July.20, 2011;.
NATIONAL BOARD PROGRAM -and entered in Case No 04-2009-CA-
The Bradford County EFSP-'Tord "" "" ...
has been awarded $11,746 in federal
funds under the Emergency Food
and Shelter National Board Program E iDW A RD S S
to supplement emergency food and L\ WVU 3
shelter programs in the county.
A Local Board made up of No1' -"
representatives of various community -. '. B C fl
"agencies will determine how the funds -- -
awarded to Bradford County are to COLD
be distributed among, the emergency r 0 I
food and shelter programs run by C 0 SOU
local service agencies in the area. The .
Local Board was charged to distribute CNJO I Meat & Ch
funds appropriated by Congress to
help expand the capacity of food and h* 'I *a h* lll
shelter programs in high-need areas 4105 S.E. Hwy 1 00 Starke
around the country.4105 S.E. Hwy 100 Starke
Under the terms of the grant from (At junction of SR-100 & CR-18)
All major credit car


000558, of the Circuit Court of the 81h
Judicial Circuit in and for BRADFORD
County, Florida. DEUTSCHE BANK
NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY AS
TRUSTEE'FOR AMERICAN HOME
MORTGAGE ASSETS TRUST
2007-5 MORTGAGE-BACKED
PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES,
SERIES 2007-5 is Plaintiff and
RONALD K. BEAMS; CAROLYN SUE
BEAMS; UNKNOWN PERSONS) IN
POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT
PROPERTY; are defendants. I will
sell to the highest and best bidder
for cash IN THE LOBBY OF THE
COURTHOUSE, at 945 NORTH
TEMPLE AVENUE, STARKE in
BRADFORD County, FLORIDA, at
11:00 a.m., on the 25* day of August,
2011, the following described property
as set forth in said Final Judgment, to
wit:
LOT 37, NEW HAMPTON BEACH,
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE 21, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A person claiming an interest in the
surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the
date of the lis pendens must file a
claim within 60 days after the sale.
Dated this 21s day, of July, 2011.
RAY NORMAN
As Clerk of said Court
By: Lisa Brannon
As Deputy Clerk
Kahane & Associates, P.A.
8201 Peters Road, Ste 3000
Plantation, FL 33324
In accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act, if you are, a
person with a disability who needs any
accommodation in order to participate
in this proceeding, you are entitled, at
no cost to you, to provisions of certain
assistance. Please contact the Court
Administrator at 945 North Temple
Avenue, Rm. 137, Starke, FL 32091,
Phone No. (904) 966-6280 within 2
working days eof your, reoeipt of this
notice or pleading; if you are hearing



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352-473-04061
ds & EBTaccepted.


VQAL-rivaluon

"Quality Eyecare with Value in Mind"


EYE EXAM &
Acuvue 2 Contacts


99
Includes eye exam & 2 boxes of contacts.
Restrictions apply. See store for details
.-- Expires 6/30111


EYE EXAM,
& GLASSES


I includes exam and 1 pair of glasses with
I polycarbonate lenses, restrictions apply.
Call store for details. (Middleburg Location Only)
L Expires 6130/11 J


1545 Branan Field Road Suite 5.* Middleburg (Across from Walmart)
Most Insurances Accepted Certified Optometrists Dr. Edwin Anguas & Dr. Margaret Allen 904-291-5800
Lens options extta. Individual offers cannot be combined with any other coupon, discount package price or insurance benefit.
See store fr details. Certain restrictions apply. Coupons must be presented at time of service. The patient and the person
res.onsible for payment has a right to refuse to pay, cancel payment, or be reimbursed for payment for any other service, examination or treatment which is
performed as a result of and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the free, discounted fee or reduced fee service, examination or treatment.


impaired, call 1-800-955-8771 (TDD);
if you are voice impaired, call 1-800-
955-8770 (V) (Via Florida Relay
Services).
7/28 2tchg 8/4-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR BRADFORD
COUNTY
CASE #. 2010-CA-000792
DIVISION #:
Florida Credit Union
Plaintiff,
vs.
Wyvonna E. Thorpe; Citifinancial
Equity Services, Inc.; CitiFinancial,
Inc. as successor in interest to
Washington Mutual Finance, LLC.
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
to an Order of Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated July 21, 2011,
entered in Civil Case No. 2010-CA-
000792 of the Circuit Court of the 81h
Judicial Circuit in and for Bradford
County, Florida, wherein Florida
Credit Union, Plaintiff, and Wyvonna
E. Thorpe are defefdant(s), I* will
sell to the highest and best bidder
for cash IN THE LOBBY AT THE
FRONT DOOR OF THE BRADFORD
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, LOCATED
AT 945 NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE,
STARKE,. BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA AT 11:00 A.M. on August
25, 2011, the following described
property as set forth in said Final
Judgment, to-wit:
LOT 4 AND EAST 1/2 OF LOT 5,
BLOCK 2, HARDY'S ADDITION, TO
THE CITY OF STARKE, AS PER
PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 56, PUBLIC
RECORDS OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA.


ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE.SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
I RAY NORMAN
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Bradford County, Florida
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk of Court
Shapiro, Fishman & Gache, LLP
4630 Woodland Corporate Blvd.
Suite 100
Tampa, FL 33614
7/28 2tchg 8/4-BCT

NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO F.S. 713.585, EACH
OF YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
THE FOLLOWING VEHICLES WILL
BE SOLD AT PUBLIC SALE. YOU
MAY REDEEM SAID VEHICLE BY
PAYMENT OF MONIES OWED
PLUS ACCUMULATED STORAGE
CHARGES OR IN ACCORDANCE
WITH PROVISIONS OF' F.S.
559.917. PROPER I.D. REQUIRED.
THE OWNER OR ANY PERSON
CLAIMING A LIEN/INTEREST HAS
A RIGHT TO A HEARING PRIOR
TO THE SALE DATE BY FILING A
DEMAND WITH THE CLERK OF THE
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The Suwanneee River Economic Council, Inc. will hold an election for a Bradford County
Representative of the poor. The representative need not be poor, but must be chosen in a marfner to
insure that they represent the poor. To be elected, an individual must be at least 18 years of age and
a resident of Bradford County. Individuals interested in having their names placed on the ballot
should contact Sylvia Patterson at 904-964-6696 ext. 22 no later than August 4, 2011.

The election will be held on August 8 12, 2011, in the Suwanrtee River Economic Council, Inc.'s
(SREC) office located at: 1210 Andrews Circle, Starke, Florida 32091. Listed below are the general
duties of SREC; Inc. Board Members:

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Thursday, July 28, 2011 Bradford County Telegraph 7A


Horn fly control advice for cattle


By Tim Wilson, Livestock and
.Forages Agent for the Bradford
County Extension Office

Losses to the beef industry
associated with horn flies have
been estimated to be as high as
$700 million annually due to
blood loss, irritation, annoyance
and reduced weaning weights of
calves nursing dams (Allison,
NCSU 1996).
Producers may use one or more
of the many methods of applica-
tion currently available to control
horn flies such as sprays, dusts,
ear tags, back-rubbers, boluses
qnd in feed additives. Some even
take advantage of de-wormers
applied as an injectable or pour-
on that are labeled to control
horn flies in their management
strategy.
Many beef producers will Wse
ear tags that are infused with an
insecticide to control horn flies.
This method of control, although
relatively simple, is often mis-
used and "can result in future
problems. These ear tags contain
an ingredient that over time'is re-


LAND
Continued from page 5A

S.W. 150th St., on the south
shore of Crosby Lake.
FROM: Rayonier Forest Re-
sources, LP, et al. TO: Robert
Whales and Arnold Hagerty.
Date: 6/17/2011 Price: $55,600
Value: Not available, this land
was last appraised as part of
a 39.59-acre tract, valued at
$158,360. Description: 16.83
acres of vacant land, two miles
west of Hampton Lake.


Tim Wilson

duced in its effectiveness, so they
should be removed once they are
no longer effective.
Typically insecticidal tags
can'last'a couple of months, but
should always be removed at the
end of the season. If these tags
are not removed they will con-
tinue to release their ingredient
at a lower, less effective dose
and fly populations could de-


FROM: Federal National
Mortgage Association. TO:
Sean Beckley. Date: 6/20/2011
Price: $67,900 Value: $68,661.
Description: Single-family
residence at 256 S.E. 72nd St.,
S.tarke. Background: This par-
cel sold for $135,000 in May of
2007.
FROM: R. Franklin Ritch and
Bevin G. Ritch. TO: Mildred H.
Postell and Deirdre L. Postell.
Date: 6/20/2011 Price: $89,000
Value: $78,903. Description:
Single-family residence at 1218
East Call St., Starke.


velop resistance to that particular
ingredient. It is recommended to
read the label closely and remove
these tags at the appropriate time
to prevent resistance.
Development of new technol-
ogy to control horn flies has been
limited. In the past there have
only been two primary chemi-
cal classes of insecticides, pyre-
throids and organophosphates,
commonly used to control horn
flies. Producers are encouraged
to design their fly control strate-
gies to change chemical classes
every two years, to prevent flies
from developing resistance.
Removing, fly tags at the ap-
propriate time and alternating the
chemical class of insecticides can
help prevent horn fly resistance
in beef cattle. Remember, when
using insecticides, follow the la-
bel; it is the law. Failure to do so
may not only be illegalbut may
also result in future problems as-
sociated with resistance.
If you have any questions re-
lated to horn fly control, please
contact the Bradford County Ex-
tension Office at 904-966-6224.


FROM: Ann A. Ryan, Inc.
TO: Annette S. Jackson. Date:
6/22/2011 Price: $4,200 Value:
$3,500. Description: Vacant lot
at the corner of Old Lawtey Road
and Larry Street, Starke.
FROM: Aaron Brunt and
Casey Brunt. TO: Joseph E.
Massey and Pamela S. Massey.
Date: 6/24/2011 Price: $65,000
Value: Not available (this parcel
was divided from another and
has not yet been appraised by the
property appraiser's office). De-
scription: a part of 7122 S.E. 2nd
Place, Starke.


Next pastors'
breakfast Aug. 2
-Pastors and Bradford Middle
School leaders met on June 14
to discuss ways to assure student


success in Bradford County. Pas- will be finalized for a oack-to-
tors and school leaders agree that .school activity that will include
"without the village raising the the distribution of a pamphlet
child" we are on the wrong path. that highlights how to make the
The next meeting will take middle school years successful
place on Aug. 2 at 9:30 a.m. at _years.
Bradford Middle School. Plans


BUDGET SUMMARY /
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY
FISCAL YEAR 2011-2012


PROPOSED MILLAGE LEVIES SUBJECT TO 1'0-MILL CAP:


REQUIRED LOCAL EFFORT
BASIC DISCRETIONARY OPERATING
BASIC DISCRETIONARY CAPITAL OUTLAY
TOTAL MILLAGE


5.5580
0.7480
1.5000
7.8060

BUDGET ALL FUNDS_______________


THE TENTATIVE, ADO
'
P ED AND/OR FINAL BUD
BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD AS A PUBLIC RECORD.


FEDERAL SOURCES 157,000.00 5,190,855.35
STATE SOURCES 16,019,571.78 22,000.00 116,050.00 24,599.00
LOCAL SOURCES 6,118,213.25 _425,000.00 1,323,363.00
TOTAL SOURCES 22,294,785.03 5,637,855.35 116,050.00 1,347,962.00
TRANSFERS IN
FUND BALANCES/RESERVES/NET ASSETS 3,363,498.44 51,984.56 16,184.83 1,771,398.09
TOTAL REVENUES, TRANSFERS & BALANCES 25,658,283.47 5,689,839.91 132,234.83 3.119,360.09
EXPENDITURES
INSTRUCTION 14,151,811.24 2,961,525.86
PUPIL PERSONNEL SERVICES 875,280.00 148,270.02
INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA SERVICES 266,591.37
INSTRUCTIONAL & CURRICULUM
DEVELOPMENT SERVICES 281,593.95 223,536.97
INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF TRAINING 165,231.40 256,559.43
INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY 2,11,915.56 237,904.72
BOARD OF EDUCATION 333,912.48 -
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION 279,822.00 33,752.63
SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION 1,764,449.12
FACILITIES ACQ. CONSTRUCTION 4,007.80 2,773,312.01
FISCAL SERVICES _____ 286,075.00
FOOD SERVICES. ___1,557,702.28
CENTRAL SERVICES 272,663.21 --
PUPIL TRANSPORTATION SERVICES 1,457,161.00 50,588.00 135,000.00
OPERATION OFPLANT 2,490,713.64
MAINTENANCE OF PLANT .. 662,508.97 192,000.00
ADMINISTRATIVE TECHNOLOGY 345,750.43 220,000.00 --
COMMUNITY SERVICES 147,284.30 ~
DEBT SERVICES 116,050.00 19,048.08
TOTAL EXPENDITURES 23,996,771.47 5,689,839.91 116,050.00 1,119,360.09
TRANSFERS OUT
FUND BALANCES/RESERVES/NET ASSETS 1,661,512.00 1.6,184.83
TOTAL APPROPRIATED EXPENDITURES,
TRANSFERS, RESERVES & BALANCES 25,658,283.47 5,689,839.91 132,234.83 3,119.360.09


NOTICE OF TAX

FOR

SCHOOL CAPITAL OUTLAY



The School Board of Bradford County will soon consider a measure
to continue to impose a 1.50 mill property tax for the capital outlay
projects listed herein. This tax is in addition to the school board's
proposed tax of 6.306 mills for operating expenses and is proposed
solely at the discretion of the school board.


CONSTRUCTION AND REMODELING
Southside Building Replacement


MAINTENANCE, RENOVATION, AND REPAIR
Countywide HVAC
Countywide Rewiring
Countywide Roofing
Countywide Wireless Connectivity


MOTOR VEHICLE PURCHASES
Purchases of One (1) Bus


NEW AND REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT
Countywide Technology
Countywide Telephone System Replacement


PAYMENTS FOR EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES AND
SITES DUE UNDER A LEASE-PURCHASE AGREEMENT
SES Portables


PAYMENT OF PREMIUMS FOR PROPERTY AND
CASUALTY INSURANCE NECESSARY TO INSURE THE
EDUCATIONAL. AND ANCILLARY PLANTS OF THE
SCHOOL DISTRICT.


All concerned citizens are invited to a public hearing to be held on
August 1, 2011 at 5:01 p.m. at the Bradford-Coiffty.'Sbhool'
Meeting Room, 501 W. Washington Street, Starke, Florida.


A DECISION on the proposed CAPITAL OUTLAY TAXES will
be made at this meeting.


NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING


The Bradford County School Board will soon consider a budget for 2011-
2012. h
A public hearing to make a DECISION on the budget AND TAXES will be
held on


Monday;, August 1, 2011

5:01psm -..
.-- y


Bradford County School Board Room located at 501 W. Washington Street,
Starke, FL


ESTIMATED REVENUES


GENERAL


SPECIAL REVENUE


DEBT SERVICE


CAPITAL PROJECTS


OFFICE OF THE






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New officers installed for Rotary...
The new officers of the Starke Rotary Club were recently
installed. They are (I-r) President Jessie Myers, Chaplain
George Pierce. Foundation Chair Mike Lee. board member
Andrea Waterhouse. board member Paula Register,
Secretary and Past President Wayne Vinson. Treasurer
Kim Oxley, Chaplain Elzie Sanders. Sergeant at Arms John
Smith, and board member Matt Bryant. The Starke Rotary
Club meets each Wednesday at noon at the Starke Golf and
Country Club. RIGHT: Paula Register was named Rotarian of
the Year for the 2010-2011 year. She was recently presented
with the recognition plaque by then President Wayne
Vinson.


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Gold Head has


summer events


as the "Summer Triangle." Visit
double stars, constellations and
even galaxies that 'are far, far
away.

Celestial treasure
Friday, Aug. 26, 8:30 p.m.
Meet at pavilion 49 in the picnic
area.
Help a "sky ranger" locate a
key to unlock the heavens! Go on
a treasure hunt through the dark
night sky looking for unusual ob-
jects and timeless tales.
For all programs, please bring
a chair or a blanket for comfort-
able viewing, a pair of binocu-
lars, bug repellant and drinking
water. Flashlights with red filters
are suggested.'

Participants must arrive prior
to closing time to ensure entry to
the park. Program is included in
$5 per vehicle entry fee.
Call the ranger station at 352-
473-4701 for more information
about these programs.


Lawtey rec
seeking yard
sale donations
The Lawtey Recreation De-
partment will be accepting yard
sale item donations for a sale that
will be held on Friday and Sat-
urday, July 29-30. Items may be
dropped off at Lawtey City Hall,
or you may call.Dianna Dobbs at
904-769-1263 or Ellen Williams
at 904-769-1187. Any support is
greatly appreciated.

Free sports
physical
at health
department
Free sports physical for sixth-
through 12t-graders will be held
at the Bradford County Health
Department on Saturday, Aug. 6,
frbm 8 a.m. to noon. The health
department is located at 1801 N.
Temple Ave. in Starke. "
No appointments, walk-ins
only. Minors must be accompa-
nied, by an adult. For more in-
formation, please call 904-964-
7732.


Three River Legal Services,
Inc. is located on 1725 Oakhurst
Ave., Suite C, in Jacksonville.

Class of
'81 reunion
coming
The Bradford High School
Class of 1981 is planning its 30-
year class reunion for Saturday,
Sept. 24, from 6-11:30 p.m. at
the Starke Country and Golf
Club. All graduates are invited to
participate in the "Blue Jeans and
BBQ" event.
Cost is $30 per individual or
$55 per couple. Also, on Friday,
Sept. 23, a "mixer" will take
place for all BHS graduates-
regardless of graduation date-at
Cowboy's at 6:30 p.m.'Cost will
be $7 per person. RSVP required
to Sherry Stroble-Thomas either
at icequeenst@yahoo.com or
352-317-7350.
The Class of '81 will hold its
next reunion-planning meeting
at 7 p.m. on Friday,.July. 22,. at
(Cowboy's Restaurant in Starke.
All are invited to help in the final
planning stages of the 30th class
reunion.


Class of '01


LCMIA C1ZOIb LdII IJ,
available
.If you are a low-income tax-
payer and you cannot afford pro-
fessional tax assistance, you may
qualify for legal representation
through Three Rivers Legal Ser-
vices Inc. Low-Income Taxpayer
Clinic.
The clinic may be able to rep-
resent you before the IRS in an
audit, for an appeal or with col-
lection issues at no cost. Please
call 904-394-7450 to set an ap-
pointment to speak to a lawyer.


. .. planning


reunion
The Bradford High School
Class of 2001 is planning a re-
union on Sept. 10 with a family
lake day at Camp Blanding and
formal reunion later that evening.
Dues-$50 per person, $100 per
couple-must be paid by July 29.
After that, dues increase to $60
and $120, with the final deadline
being Aug. 12.
Send payments to Class of
2001 Reunion, 8949 S.W. 113
Ave., Lake Butler, FL 32054. No
personal checks will be accepted.


Philip .& Susan Nichols
July 30, 1971 -July 30, 2011
Love you,
Don and Peggy Anne


Make sure money order or ca-
shier's check includes full name
of class member and their guest,-
plus contact information.
Payments may also be dropped
off to Cutt'n Up at 525 W. Madi-
son St. in Starke.

Class of '66
looking for
members
The Bradford High School
Class of 1966 will hold its 45t"
reunion later this year. Class
members are asked to get in


touch with one of the follow-
ing classmates to update their
contact information:. Bobbie
Sue (Barksdale) O'Brian, bob-
bieobrian@gmail.com or 904-
964-7717; Marilyn (McCrary)
Bradley, marilynjbradleyl@aol.
com; Sandy (Sullivan) Sherrill,
sherri_k@bellsouth.net; Joyce
(Crawford) Bosier, wjbosier@
embarqmail.com.

Guardians
help kids
Make a difference to a child
by volunteering as a Guardian


ad Litem. Every child deserves
a chance at a bright future that
holds the hope of a stable, nurtur-
ing family. Children taken away
from their parents due to neglect
and abuse often lose that hope
and are lost in a sea of social
workers, attorneys, therapists,
and caregivers.
A Guardian ad Litem volun-
teer is a lifeline for them, some-
one whose attention is focused
on that child and what is in the
child's best interest. A Guardian
volunteer monitors, investigates
and reports their recommenda-
tions to the court-always with
the best interest of the child in


mind. They support the child's
needs by being their spokesper-
son and assuring the child does
not get lost in the system.
By advocating for children's
best interests in the court system,
Guardian ad Litem volunteers
scan be the difference between
success and failure in a child's
life.

It takes about 6-12 hours of
your time per month to change
a child's life forever. Training,
legal, and staff support are pro-
vided. Call 904-966-6237 or go
to guardianadlitem.org for infor-
mation.


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Escape the heat of Florida's
hot summer days by enjoying
dark summer nights at Gold
Head Branch State Park. Nes-
tled between Jacksonville and
Gainesville, the night skies at
Gold Head are ideal for stargaz-
ing. Join a "sky ranger" this sum-
mer for a series of astronomy
programs that will introduce you
to the night sky.

The following programs will
take place in June, July and Au-
gust. All programs will be held
close to the new moon in order
to ensure optimal viewing oppor-
tunities.

A trip around the triangle
Friday, July 29, 9 p.m. Meet at.
pavilion 49 in the picnic area.
It's not everyday that we get to
put our heads in the clouds and go
for a trip into outer space! Join a
"sky ranger" for a trip around the
sky. You will be introduced to
the area of our night sky known


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SOCIALS
OBITUARIES
EDITORIAL
NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION




Aldredge more than holding her own as racing newcomer


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
'The old adage is, "If you
can't beat them, join them,"
but Kim Alldredge proves you
.can do both.
Alldredge, a Starke resident,
is in the midst of her second
season of racing at Lake City
Speedway. She started out
racing with fellow women in
the Queen Bee class, but was
moved up into the men's
Hornet class midway through
her first season due to her
dominance among the women
drivers.
No matter. Alldredge wound
up finishing second in the
points standings in the Hornet
class last season and is the
current points leader this
season, having won, nine of 13
races. Those other four races
she didn't finish due to wrecks.
The woman who admitted
she's never had a hobby in her
life has found one, and it's as
surprising to her as it is to her
husband, Randy, who built her
car and keeps it running and
safe, and her brother, Andy
Nichols, and brother-in-law
Tim Alldredge, who both race
at Lake City Speedway as
.well.
"I think I've amazed my
husband, my brother and my
brother-in-law," Alldredge
said. "Everybody that's .
involved, I've amazed. I've


Kim AlIdredge has experienced a lot of success in just a short time racing-at Lake City Speedway. Racing in a
men's class, she finished second in the points standings of pir'ciiss lastrseason and is the current points leader
this season with nine wins in 13 races.


amazed myself. We never
would've dreamed that Kim
would be a race car driver."
Alldredge said that fact
would amaze those who know
her only from her job at
Communities in Schools of
Bradford County, but on the
flip side, those who watch her
at the track would be amazed
to find out what she does
during the week.


"They would never imagine
I would be in an office
setting," Alldredge said of
those who know her at the race
track. "They know me as 'Kim
the race car driver.' Yet the
people who know me here (in'
Bradford County) and the
children I work with could not
imagine ,me being a race car
driver."
Oh, and here's something


else to imagine-Alldredge
became a grandmother in
March.
"Now, everybody's making
the joke about the granny
that's out there outrunning all
the guys.. It's killing me,"
Alldredge said, laughing.
"'They're having a lot of fun
-with it."
Alldredge, even though she
had an uncle who raced and
who once even beat Richard
Petty, went most of her life
without realizing racing was in
her blood. A lot of her
competitors probably wish she
would have remained
oblivious to that fact.
It, was nothing more than
Alldredge one day wanting to
give it a try when her racing
team-Nickel and Dime
Racing-which consists *of


Nichols, Randy Alldredge,
Tim Alldredge and Rodney
Alldredge, rented the track on
an off day.
"There were no fans or
anybody, so I didn't have to
worry about being
embarrassed if I did something
crazy or dumb," Kim
Alldredge said.
I She drove her brother-in-law
Tim's car. All she did was
come within one second of his
time.
"It's amazing that I was able
to get that car up to that speed
and not be scared," Alldredge
said. "I didn't realize I
should've been scared.
"When I realized I was one
second off his speed, I thought,
'You know? I could probably
do this.' There it started."
With encouragement from


her husband and family, she
eventually entered a Queen
Bee race toward the end of the
2009 season. Alldredge didn't
win that race, but she said she
didn't expect to.
However, it was the start
that let her know she could
drive and be competitive.
"I was excited I' actually
kept up," Alldredge said. "I
didn't get so far behind. I was
actually able to stay up on the
lead lap and keep up with the
others.
"That was'exciting. When I
got out of that car, I thought,
'That's it. I can do this. No
problemi.. I found something I
liked. to' do after all these
years."
Alldredge had a hobby. She
raced a couple of races at the
end of the 2009 season, but
counts 2010 as her first season.
She had a car built by her
husband and got her first win
in the third race she drove in.
That wouldn't be the last
win. It got to where Alldredge
was dominating the women's
class in such a fashion that she
was moved into the men's
Hornet class halfway through
4the 2010 season.
"I didn't have a problem
with it at all," Alldredge said
of being moved out of the
women's class. "As a matter of
fact, I was happy. I was like,
'It's about time. I don't want
to drive with the girls. I want
to drive with the boys.' The
girls didn't.go fast enough for
me."
Not only did Alldredge
finish second in. the points
championship in the Hornet
class that year, but she was
named Most Improved Driver.
Her performance in the'

See RACE page 3B


A promotional photo of the Nickel and Dime team racers. Kim AlIdredge (center) is
pictured with Andy Nichols (far left), who is her brother, and brother-in-law Tim
Alldredge.


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Former coach Sexton slated to speak at BHS football reunion


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
His home is Selma, Ala., but
you can pretty much call the
upcoming Bradford High
School Kickoff and Football
Reunion a homecoming for
Mike Sexton, who coached
alongside former head coach
David. Hurse for the majority
of Hurse's career, staying at
Bradford High School a lot
longer than he originally
planned.
-"1 came to Bradford County
for a one-year stopover and
stayed for 30 years," Sexton
said.'
They were 30 "wonderful"
years, said Sexton, who will
.share his experiences as the
keynote speaker of the football
reunion, which will be held
Saturday, Aug. 6, at the
Florida National Guard armory
on Edwards Road in Starke.
The event begins with a 5 p.m.
social, followed by dinner anb
the program at 6 p.m.
Sexton said he has been
reflecting on those years in
Bradford County recently,
though the reality of just how
long he's been gone seemed to
dawn on him as he talked with
a Telegraph-Times-Monitor
reporter.
"Gosh, that seems so long
ago now;" he said.
Sexton left BHS in 1994.
Prior to that, he helped coach
some stingy defensive units,
7 coached basketball and served
7- as athletic director. He. would
go on, though, and experience
more success on the football
"field when he returned to
Selma. He was part of the John
T. Morgan Academy football
staff for eight years-eight
years that saw Morgan
Academy qualify for the
playoffs ever year, win four
straight state championships
and play for another.
He is retired from coaching
now. He misses some aspects
of ii, while others he is glad.to-
have left behind. ,
"I miss the time with the
kids," Sexton said. "I don't
miss being out there in 100-
degree weather."
It.seems, though, Sexton is
not totally done with the sport.
This past spring, on behalf of a
coach at Morgan Academy, he
visited Bradford High graduate
and former Buchholz High
School head coach Jay Godwin
to pick his brain on: how to
defend a spread offense.
"Jay and I had about a 45-
minute session on the board,"
Sexton said.
It is an example of the kind
of bond Sexton formed with
many of the players he
coached at BHS.
"I have some very lasting
relationships with young men I
coached down there in Starke,"
he said.
Last year's inaugural
football reunion was a
testament to just how much
former players think of-and
how close they are-to Sexton,
Hurse and the coaches of that


Mike Sexton (front row, far left) is pictured with the 1966 Bradford High School football team that won the state
championship for a second straight year. Pictured are: (front row, I-r) Sexton, Joey Reese, Ronnie Tomlinson,
Leaton Morgan, Eddie Stancil, Roger Chilson, Jim Godwin, Larry Brown, (middle row, I-r) coach Tony Griffith, Harry
Hatcher, Wayne Blankenship, David Shannon, Wayne McLeod, Randy Joyner, Andy Mayton, Marlie Sanderson,


head coach David Hurse, (back row, I-r) J. Roy Chasteen, Paul Smith, Billy Belote, Paul
Gnann and Johnny Warren.


era. Sexton said Hurse created
an atmosphere of caring and
being a part of something
special.
"You won't find a better
person or better football coach
than David Hurse," Sexton
said. "He truly cared about that
program, and he cared about
all those young men in that
program.
"Those kids knew he cared."
In almost the same breath,
Sexton added with a chuckle
that Hurse also exhibited a
brand of tough love. However,
every player was treated
equally, Sexton said.
"To (Hurse), each of those
teams was part of his family,"
Sexton said.
Sexton joined that family in
time to experience two state
championships. The 1965 team
went 12-0, defeating Wauchula
Hardee 39-0 to claim the
school's first state title. In
1966, the Tornadoes went 11-
0-1, defeating Plantation 20-6
for that year's championship.
The 1965 and 1966 teams
allowed an average of 3.8 and
7.2 points per game,
respectively. Defense Was the
side of the ball where Sexton,
who would become the BHS
defensive coordinator, would
make his mark. Terry
Vaughan,. the play-by-play
announcer for BHS games on
WEAG radio, said as the
emcee of last year's football
reunion that Sexton coached
"some of the best defenses
ever put together, I think, on a
high school football field in
the state of Florida."
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reunion, Sexton downplayed
his role in creating solid
defenses when being
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real credit, he said, belonged to
the players.
"The kids bought into what
we wanted to do," Sexton said.
"They believed in what we
were doing."
Sexton said it was hard to
single out any teams that were
, most special to him, but he did
cite the 1988 squad that
surrenderedd two touchdowns
all season.
"We had a good unit,"
Sexton said. "I was blessed
with some good players and
kids that had good heads on
them.".
That team went 9-1, shutting


out five opponents. Bishop
Kenny and Keystone Heights
were the only teams to score
touchdowns against Bradford,
with the Tornadoes defeating
Bishop Kenny 29-6 and
. defeating Keystone 14-7. Palm
Coast managed a field goal
against the stingy unit, while
Interlachen had two field
goals.
Bradford's defense forced at
least three turnovers in seven
games that season and held all
but two opponents to under
200 yards.
Sexton said the members of
the '88 defensive unit were


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well prepared going into each
game, having watched plenty
of film on their opponents.
"Before they broke the
huddle, those kids knew what
to expect," Sexton said.
Then there was the regular
season finale against Santa Fe.
The Raiders' only points came
on a safety, but that safety was
enough as Santa Fe beat
Bradford 2-0 to claim the
district championship and
advance to the regional
playoffs.


"That heartbreaking loss to
Santa Fe'I think, is something
I'll always remember," Sexton
said.
The memory of the '88 team
brought to Sexton's mind how
a sports writer had once
dubbed Bradford's defense
"the brick wall" sometime
prior to the '88 season.
Bradford would 'travel to
opposing stadiums where fans
held signs proclaiming that the
brick wall must come down.
Sexton said players
developed a sense of pride in
having earned such a
reputation.
"They were so glad to be a
part of that," he said.
Another siout defensive
effort came in a postseason
bowl game in 1978. Bradford,
a Class 3A school at that time,
was facing Class 4A Lake
Brantley' out of Altamonte
Springs in the Elks Bowl,
which was played in St.
Augustine. Sexton said as the
two teams Walked out onto the
field while still in their street
clothes, Bradford players
overheard Lake Brantley
players remark that there was
no way they were looking at
Bradford's varsity team. It had
to be the junior varsity team
because the players were so
small.
Well, the Bradford players
didn't think much of those
.comments. The result was a
17-7 Bradford win, with the
Tornadoes sacking the Lake
Brantley quarterback nine
times and holding the team to
minus-8 yards rushing.
Defensive end Alton Moore
had three sacks and was named
the defensive player of the
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RACE
-,Continued from Page 1B


.Hornet class will result in
*another move. Alldredge said
the track has the right to move
"a driver up in class, and that's
exactlyy what will happen to


Racing results
from Lake City...
The following are the results
from action at Lake City
.Speedway on July 23:
:: E-Modifieds: Jason
Garver placed first, followed
*by Sean Monaghan, J.F.
McClellan, Len Stapleton,
t-huck Lintz and Jim
Higginbotham.
-oSportsman: Matt Walker
..ok the win, while Charlie
'-Seroki was the runner-up.
-Robert Ford was third,
Allowed by Brian pull, Greg
.--Tally, Tony Kuhr and Wesley
Teller.
e Thunderstocks: Larry
Welter Sr. and Daniel Keene
Etok- the top two spots,
allowed by Andy Nichols,
~awn DeSotle, Bev Wiseman
jd Morris Richardson.
Purestocks: Russell
f.ttekson. and Rand\ O'Neal
'ere first and second
.IaspecLivel)., whde.. Rodney;..;
.lldredge .and Jason Garver
wv.ere third and fourth.
SHornets: Kim Alldredge
placed first, followed by Matt
;Qooch, James Denard, Tommy
Stout and Carl Taylor.

July 16 results...
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placed first, followed by
Wayne Anderson, Travis
rCope, Jesse Dutilly, Jason
.Garver, Justin Larson, Jeff
-Scofield, Rob Partelo, Ray
-Dlack Jr., Jake Perkins, Fain
:Skinner, Anthony Sergi,
Randy Anderson, Joe Boyd,
:Dakotah Stephens, John
-offman, Cody Lane and Kyle
:Maynard.
Street Stocks: Eric Law
5vas the winner, followed by
zMarty Wood and Roy Crain.
Thunder Stocks: Larry
-Welter. Sr. placed first,
followed by Morris
Richardson, Daniel Keene,.
.Nathaq Huffingham, Shawnj
.DeSotle, Don Cruc-e, Mlrk
Chinell, Mark Copeland, Matt
xGooch and Tyler Prescott.


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Local celebrities will be
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Until 9 p.m. to help raise
money for the Cystic Fibrosis
-Foundation.
The annual Cystic Fibrosis
'Foundation Great Strides of
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,scheduled for Saturday, Sept.
24, starting at 8 a.m. at Shands
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Ihe Great Strides event, log
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her.
"I think it's crazy for a
Hornet driver to jump up into a
Modified class," Alldredge
admitted, "but given enough
practice, I can do it. I know I
can do it.
"One thing for sure, I don't
have any fear of it."
Fear is not part of
Alldredge's makeup as far as
racing goes. A race last year in
which she totalled her car did
not even shake her.
It was a race known as the
"Tuirkey Trot," which took
place on a dirt track. Alldredge
normally drives on asphalt, but
figured she'd give the dirt
track a try since the race was at
the end of the asphalt season.
She doesn't remember what
occurred during the wreck that
totalled the car, saying she
must 'have been dazed. The
other members of Nickel and
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had raced her last race.
"I amazed them when I said,
'Are you kidding me? Is (the
car) that. broken? I can't get
back in the race?' It amazed
them that it did not scare me,"
Alldredge said.
Alldredge said she's never
nervous before a race or during
one. A sense of calm settles
over her when she's behind the
wheel.
,"When the helmet comes on,
it kind of closes you off, and
you're by yourself in your own
world with one focus, and
that's to drive this car,"
Alldredge said.
That's one reason why
Alldredge will do things
during a race that her male
counterparts say just shouldn't
be done, such as passing on the
outside heading into a turn.
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position during the race.
Alldredge seems to always be
trying to better her position as
she starts most races at the
back of the pack due to
winning the previous week's
race and being the leader in the
points standings.
"That's the only thing I'm
not crazy about," Alldredge
said, referring to starting in the
rear, "but it's actually made it
exciting because now I have to
work my way through traffic
to get to the front. If they start
me in the front, it's going to be
a runaway."
Alldredge is known for
being an aggressive driver who
will push her car harder than
most drivers would. That,
though, comes from the
confidence she has in the car
and her husband. He tells her
there is nothing she can do to
the car that he can't fix
afterward, so she said she takes
that to heart.
She also knows that her
husband has done everything
to ensure her safety.
"He does the building,"
Alldredge said. "I do the
driving. Together, we're a
great team."
It was quite a year last year
for the whole Nickel and Dime
team, which has three main
sponsors in Capital City Bank,


Roberts Insurance and
Honeycutt Auto Mart of Lake
City. Aside from Alldredge's
accomplishments, Tim
Alldredge finished first in the
points standings of the Pure
Stock class, while Nichols
took first in points in the
Thunder Stock class. Nichols,
like his sister, was a newcomer
to racing, being named Rookie
of the Year.
So far this season, Kim
Alldredge has a sizable lead in
the points standings of the
Hornet class. She has a new
car her husband built for her,
which made quite the
impression right off the bat in
Alldredge's first race of the
season.


"Not only did I win, but I
lapped (the other drivers)," she
said. "They were not happy.
The men are not happy about
that right now."
The men will just have to
deal with it as Alldredge
cannot see ever giving up
racing.- She plans to continue
doing so, whether she'wins or
loses, for as long as she's able.
"Driving the race car is fun,"
she said. "If I win every week,
that's just better. If I don't win,
I'm totally fine with it. I
actually think maybe I should
give the guys a shot this year."
Don't expect her to really let
you win, fellows. She said that
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mischievous gleam in her eye.


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Frank Norman

'Goldie, Norman
to wed Aug. 6
Charlotte Goldie and Frank
Norman would like to
announce their engagement
and upcoming wedding on
Saturday, Aug. 6, at 7 p.m., at
their home in Lake City.
Goldie is the daughter of
Malissia and John Woods of
Lake City. Norman is the son
of Barbara and Robert Norman
of Lake Butler.
All family and friends are
invited to attend. A reception.
will follow the ceremony. For
directions and to RSVP, please
call Frank Norman at 386-832-
S7088.


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BHS Class of
2001 plans
10-year reunion
The Bradford High School
Class of 2001 will hold a
reunion on Saturday, Sept. 10,
at Camp Blanding.
From 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. will
be Lake Day at the picnic area
for. graduates, and their
families, Bring your own
drinks and food, boats and jet
-skis welcome.
The formal reunion for
adults only will be from 7-11
p.m. at the officer's club at
Camp Blanding. Entertainment
will be provided, along with a
photographer, heavy finger
foods and 'a cash bar.
Business/casual attire is
suggested.
Cost is $50 per person or


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Payment can be sent to:
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S.W. 113"h Ave. Lake Butler,
FL 32054. Payment must be a
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check, no checks accepted.
Please include full name and
guest name (.if female include
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Goodbye, Mrs.
Swindell
Dear Editor:
I suppose that eventually we
all just slip away, but Sunday,
July 17, a lady who
desperately sought us out time
and again did just that and her
memory haunts me. Her small
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Enough police
protection
Dear Editor:
This letter is in reply to the
letter to the editor last week by
Wayne Massey.
Mr. Massey did' a lot of
rambling and rabbit-chasing in
his letter. The letter was really
against two of my friends,
Police Chief Butch Jordan and
Sheriff Gordon Smith.
Both of these elected
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outstanding job for the city and
county. Just check both of their
track records. That's what I'm
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Preston Denmark (left) goes up for a catch against
fellow camper Walker Knight.


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Clayton Hall (far left) carries the ball in a game of Tornado Ball as Preston Denmark
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talked about being part of a
family and casting aside selfish
attitudes.
"Whenever you're a
Tornado, you're part of
something bigger than
yourself," Manning,said. "The
other players depend upon you
to succeed at your position."
Player' Sean Jones said, "All
these people right here are
brothers. We've got each
other's backs. It really is a
huge family. You work hard
for 'it, and what you work hard
for, you get rewards for."
It's all part of the culture
Chipoletti and his staff are
trying to create concerning
Bradford High School football
and an effort to help young
men become good citizens.
Chipoletti hoped the youth
football camp gave the
participants a taste of that.
"The main thing is for these
guys to come here, have fun
and learn some life lessons,"
Chipoletti said. "Then,
hopefully, they'll'get a taste of
what it's like not only to play
up here (at the high school),
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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
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"Being a Tornado is the best
thing in the world," Bradford
High School football player
Dylan Manning said to a group
of 35 children consisting of
third-graders through eighth-
graders.
Those children got a head
start on one day being
Tornadoes themselves as they
took part in the inaugural
youth football camp hosted by
BHS head coach Derek
Chipoletti and his staff.
Children learned some of the
basic skills and techniques of
the various positions and had
the chance to interact with
current BHS players such as
Manning. High school players
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address the children on the last
day of camp and discuss what
being BHS football player
meant to them.
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but what it's like to be part of
the team up here. We really try
to be an extended family. That
goes into the lessons we're
trying to. teach them about
serving the person next to you
and being an unselfish
person."
In turn, Chipoletti hoped the
camp experience impressed
upon the high school players
who served as counselors that
children in the community
look up to them. Therefore,
they should act accordingly.
"We try to let our kids know
there are eyes on them all the
time, whether they're walking
down the street, whether
they're in the library, whether
they're in a restaurant, or
whatever," Chipoletti said.
"These little guys know what
number (the high school
players) are. They know who
they are."
Looking across the field at
the high school players
teaching the campers by using
the same terminology and
techniques he and his staff use,
Chipoletti said the youth camp
may also help the varsity team
improve.
"It makes them understand
what we're trying to get them
to accomplish," Chipoletti said
of the varsity players in
essence acting as coaches
themselves.

RIGHT: Josh Bass gets
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BELOW: Bradford High
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a play for his team in a
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Florida player visits Bradford High youth football camp


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
He once walked in their
shoes, though the 6-5, 285-
pound offensive tackle at the
University of Florida can no
longer fit in them.
Ian Silberman, a redshirt
freshman at UF, paid a visit to
the Bradford High School
youth football camp on July
20, talking about life as a
college football player, but
more importantly, he talked
about what it took to get to that
point. It's not always about
being the biggest player or the
strongest player, but about
how much hard work you put
into being the best you can be.
It's a message Silberman
learned under BHS head coach
Derek Chipoletti when
Silberman played at Fleming
Island High School, where
Chipoletti once coached.
Listening to his coaches,
Silberman said, played an
important role in getting him
to UF. i
"The biggest thing is trusting
and buying into your coaches,"
he told the third- through
eighth-grade students who
attended the camp. "Coach
Chip and these other guys
know exactly what. they're
talking about."
Listening to your coaches,
doing what they tell you and
putting forth the effort to get
that done goes a long way,
Silberman. said. He talked
about his sophomore season at
Fleming Island, a season in
.which his team lost four of its
first five games.
The team, though, rallied to
make the playoffs, despite the
fact it wasn't a team full of
superstars or super-big players,
Silberman said. In fact, the
Golden Eagles recorded a
playoff victory over Daytona
Beach Mainland, a team
Silberman described as having
"freakish" athletes.
"It dosen't matter how big,
how fast or how strong you


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are," Silberman said. "If you
guys work hard enough in the
offseason, you learn your
playbooks and you guys do
everything you can to become
better players and to help your
team, then you've got a better
team."
Silberman talked of the
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Mike-who played on the
offensive line for the Gators
and went on to become first-
round NFL draft picks. He said
the Pouncey twins are not the
strongest or fastest players, but
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"If you know your position
and know the game of football,
and listen to your coaches, the
sky's the limit," Silberman
said.
It's not all about what one
does on the field, Silberman
stressed. The number-one
priority, he said, is the
classroom. It's a lesson he
learned when grades
eventually led to him being
ineligible to play basketball in
high school.
By working on improving
his grades, Silberman
maintained his eligibility for
football and received a college
scholarship.
"The better you guys do in
school, the more chances
you're going to have after high
school," Silberman said. "If
you've got good grades, and
you're doing really good in
football, you've got a football
scholarship, but you've got to
work for it."
Silberman talked about what
it's like to be college football
player. His days start early as
he wakes up at approximately
5 a.m. to lift weights and to
attend football meetings. Then,
it's school for approximately
six hours with classes starting
at approximately 8 a.m.


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lan Silberman, who plays for the Florida Gators, talks
to participants at the Bradford High School youth
football camp.


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Campers had the chance to
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The ring Silberman wore on
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seen players who played on the
2008 national championship
team wearing.
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Obituaries


In Loving Memory of
Leon T Odom
Aug. 2. 1932-May 7, 2011
and
Mary Louise Odom
Sept. 13. 1935-Aug. 3, 2009
1 The children and
grandchildren of Leon T.
Odom Jr. would like to
say a "long-over due"
very special thank you for
all of the love, support
and prayers from the
entire community, our
church family and
friends, and to Pastor
Gene Bass and his family
for their support and, '
understanding, and for
the once again great job
of Archie Tanner Funeral
Home. You have all been
here for us. We've seen
this and felt it in each and
every gesture, smile,
word, hug and prayers.
We all miss this man. He
was a man of honor and
he was genuine and true.
He loved his family and it
showed. He was also a
man of the Lord. He loved
each and every one of you
and had the patience of
no man we knew.
Again, we thank you all
for your support. Please
continue to keep us in
your prayers, as we will
keep all of you in ours.
We cnow without a doubt
that two of the greatest
people are together again
in heaven, and that gives
us a great amount of
peace. We miss them both
tremendously and cannot
wait to see them again.
Happy birthday, Papa!
And Nanny, it's just been
two years since you went,
home. We miss you like it
was yesterday! Keep
rejoicing.



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'Jimmy' Andrews
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
James "Jimmy" Ranson Andrews,
59, of Keystone Heights, died on
Tuesday, July 19, 2011, at Shands
at the University of Florida.
He was born in Glasgow,
Mont., on June 5, 1952, to the late
Rance J. Andrews and Agens
Tymofychuk Andrews. He was
preceded in death by his brother,
Curtis Andrews.
He is survived by: his wife of
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Keystone Heights; his children,
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Heights and Kacee Blankenship of
Starke; his brothers, Johnny
Andrews of Starke and Thomas
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Daugherty.
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CLEARWATER- Wilbur
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Mich., to the late Ralph and
Mildred Waun Sanderson and
moved to Clearwater one year ago
from Keystone Heights. He was a
retired automotive mechanic, and
a member of Southside Baptist
Church in Palatka.
He is survived by: his wife of
30 years, Sarah Beck Sanderson of
Clearwater; a son, Adrian James
"A.J." Sanderson of Tampa:
stepsons, Russell Chesser of St.
Petersburg and Lanier Chesser of
St. Petersburg Beach: a
stepdaughter, Sabrina (Ashley)
Lee of East Palatka; and I I
grandchildren.
Graveside funeral services for
Mr. Sanderson were held on July
27 in Johnson Cemetery. In lieu of
flowers, contributions may be
made to the family for funeral
expenses. Mail to A..J. Sanderson.
10200 N. Armenia Ave., Apt.
2501, Tampa, FL 33612.
Arrangements are tinder the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home..
of Keystone Heights. Online
condolences may be left at
www.jonesgallagherfh.com.

'Lenny' Strickler
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Leonard "Lenny" Eugene
Strickler, 86, of Keystone Heights,
died Friday, July 22, 2011, at the
VA Hospital in Gainesville.
Mr. Strickler was born in
Granville, Ohio, on Dec. 5, 1924,
and had served our country in the
United States Marine Corps for 30
years: His services included World
War II, Vietnam and the Korean
War. Mr. Strickler had been a
resident of Keystone Heights since
2000, moving here from North
Carolina, and he was the
parishioner of St. William
Catholic Church where he was a
4P' degree knight of Columbus.
He was also a member of the
AMVETS Post 86 of Keystone
Heights, the VFW, and he was
active with the senior center.
Mr. Strickler is survived by: his
wife of 17 years, Frances Ganey
of Keystone Heights; his'childreni
Larry (Annette) Strickler of
Belleview, Neb., Pattie Poage of
Keystone Heights, Leslie (Susan)
Smith of Aurora, Co., and Jack
(Gail) Smith of Parker, Co.; 16
grandchildren, 34 great-
grandchildren and one great-great-
granddaughter.
Viewing for Mr. Strickler will
be held at the Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home in Keystone on
Monday, Aug. 1, from 5-7 p.m. A
mass of Christian burial will be
held on Tuesday, Aug. 2, at 10
a.m. in St. William Catholic
Church with Father Mike
Williams presiding. Burial will
follow at Keystone Heights
Cemetery with full military rites.
In lieu of flowers, the family is


asking that contributions be made
to the Marine Corps Scholarship
Foundation, 121 S. Saint Asaph
St., Alexandria, VA 22314.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights.

Christopher
Tomczak
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Christopher J. Tomczak, 52, of
Keystone Heights died
Wednesday, July 20, 2011, at his
residence. Mr. Tomczak was born
on April 1, 1959, in Lackawanna,
N.Y., and was disabled.
He is survived by: his daughter,
Heidi Balicki of Lackawanna; son,
Christopher J. Tomczak of
Angola, N.Y.: his parents, Myron
B. and Lorrain Rechin Tomczak
of Orchard Park, N.Y.; a sister,
Eileen Tighe of Hamburg, N.Y.;
and six grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr.
Tomczak will be at a later date in
New York. Arrangements are by
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of
Starke. Online condolences may
be left at
www.jonesgallagherfh.com.


Leslie Whiteside
NORTH CAROLINA-Leslie
Diane Whiteside; 32, .of Cameron,
N.C.,'passed away on Wednesday,
July 20, 2011, at her residence.
She was born in Alachua County,
on April 12, 1979, and was raised
in Starke.'
. She was a loving mother,
devoted wife, amazing daughter
and caring sister. She enjoyed
spending time with her husband
and playing with her children. She
liked to watch sports
entertainment wrestling and was a
lifelong fan of Dale Earnhardt Sr.
Her laugh, smile, and her ability to
always keep things interesting will
leave a special place in our lives
and hearts.
She is survived by: her loving
husband; Franklin Whiteside of
Cameron; her children, Jeremy,
age 12, and Zoie and Caleb, both
age 8; her mother, Gloria Prevatt;
her father, Lester Ruis; her sister,
April Acosta: her brother,
Christopher Ruis; her maternal
grandmother, Nettie Hogsed; four
nieces and five nephews.
Funeral services will be held on
Saturday, July 30, at 10 a.m. with
Pastor Jimmie Scott officiating.
Interment will follow at Lawtey
Cemetery. The family will receive
friends on Friday, July 29, from 7-
9 p.m. at the funeral home.
Arrangements are under the care
of Archie Tanner Funeral Services
of Starke. Visit
www.archietannerfuneralservices.
com to sign the family's guest
book.
PAID OBITUARY


Leo Wojcinski
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Leo
F. "Ski" Wojcinski Jr., 83, of
Keystone Heights, died Saturday,
July 23, 2011, after battling
cancer.
Mr. Wojcinski was born on
Aug. 23, 1927, at the home of his
parents, Leo F. Sr. and Katharine
R., in Pleasant Plain, Ohio. He
served in the Navy during World
War II and was stationed in
Jacksonville where he decided to
stay before retiring from air traffic


control to the lakes of Keystone.
He is survived by: his wife of
63 years, Alice; a son, DavM; a
brother, Allen: and a large
extended family of friends.
Memorial services will be held
on Saturday, July 30, at I I a.m. at
Fresh Start Fellowship in
Keystone Heights. In lieu of
flowers, the family requests
donations be made to Haven
Hospice, or to Fresh Start
Fellowship. Arrangements are by
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights.


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SCrime & Punishment ...


Recent arrests
in Bradford,
,Clay or Union
The.. following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay
(Keystone Heights area)
counties:
Cayla Jae Blincoe, 18, of
Newberry was arrested July 24
by. Bradford County Sheriffs
Office (BCSO) deputies for
driving while license is
suspended or revoked. Bond
was set at $500 and she was
released on bond July 24.
Michael Jermaine Burton,
26, of Jacksonville was
arrested July 20 by Lawtey
Police Department (LPD)
officers for driving while
license is suspended or
revoked. Bond-was set at $500
and he was released on bond
July 20.
Clay Cason, 28, of Keystone
Heights was arrested July 23
by Clay County Sheriff's
Office (CCSO) deputies for
cultivation of marijuana.
Kenneth Lee Clark, 46, of
Lake Butler was arrested July
20 by Union County Sheriff's
Office (UCSO) Capt. H.M.
Tomlinson on a warrant for
violation of probation for an
original felony offense.
William Kevin Croft, 30, of
Lake Butler was arrested 'July
20 by UCSO Deputy John
Whitehead. fpr assault and
resisting an officer without'
violence.
Rqbert Henry Curran, 49, of
Glen St. Mary was arrested
July 23 by BCSO deputies for
DUI, refusing to submit to a
DUI test and driving, while
license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at
$4,500 and he was released on
bond July 23.
Luis Gerardo Cabral
Delgado, 33, of Jacksonville
was arrested July 21 by- Starke
Police Department (SPD)
officers for driving with a
license that had been expired
for more than four months. He
was released on July 25.
Melvin Emmett Douglas Jr.,
36, of Lake Butler was arrested
July 4 by UCSO Deputy Brett
Handley for aggravated assault
after allegedly threatening to
kill the victims with a pocket
knife.
Steven Goodman, 20, of
Starke was arrested July 20 by
BCSO deputies for aggravated
battery on a pregnant victim.
Bond was set at $10,000 and
.he was released on bond July
.20.
Thomas Scott Heatherdale,
47, of Salt Springs .was
,arrested July 23 by BCSO
deputies for DUI. He was
released on July 24.
Rosemarie Irene Johnson,
24, of Starke was arrested July
19 and booked into the
Bradford County Jail on a Clay


County warrant for grand theft
and failure to appear in court.
Bond was set at.$15,788.55
and she was released to Clay
County July 20.
Kara Lenore Jones, 28, of
Jacksonville was arrested July
20 by BCSO deputies for
failure to appear in court for an
original misdemeanor charge.
Bond was set at $4,000 and
she remained in jail as of press
time.
Christian Devone Lee Kates,
19, of Starke was arrested July
22 and booked into the
Bradford County Jail on an
out-of-county warrant. He
remained in jail as of press
time.
Richard Dale Lilley, 34, of
Wimaumia was arrested July 22
by BCSO deputies for
producing methamphetamine
and arson. Bond was set at
$100,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
James Michael McDougald,
'23, of Middleburg was arrested
July 24 and booked into the
Bradford County Jail on an
out-of-county warrant. Bond
was set at $1,006 and, he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Brittany Rachel Moore, 23,
of Starke was arrested July 24
and booked into the Bradford
County Jail on an out-of-
county warrant. She was
released on July 23.
James Cason Norman, 48, of
Raiford was arrested July 19
and booked into the Bradford
County Jail on an out-of-
county warrant. Bond was set
at $2,000 and he was released
on bond July 19.
Carolyn Padgett, 56, of
Starke was arrested July 20 by
CCSO deputies for retail theft.
Eddie Postway, 21, of Starke
was arrested July 18 by SPD
officers for possession of less
than 20 grams of mairjuana,
possession of narcotic
equipment and driving while,
license is suspended or
revoked-h'abitual. Bond was
set at $6,000 and he remained
in jail as of press time. "

Loy Donald Readdick, 24,
of Starke was arrested July 20
by BCSO deputies for failure
to appear in court for an


original misdemeanor offense.
Bond was set at $2,000 and he
was released on bond July 20.
Angela Deshawn Seaton, 37,
of Lake Butler was arrested
July 18 by BCSO deputies for
failure to appear in court for an
original misdemeanor charge.
She was released on July 19.
Ronald Wayne Stewart, 48,
of Starke was arrested July 22
by SPD officers for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at $500
and he was released on bond
July 22.
Jessica Eastland Rae Stone,
18, of Starke was arrested July
22 by BCSO deputies for DUI.
Bond was set at $2,000 and
she was released on bond July
22.
Langston Alexander Sykes,
18, of Lake Butler was arrested
July 25 by UCSO Capt.
Tomlinson on a warrant for
threatening a public servant.
Nathan Thomas, 29, of
Lawtey was arrested July 22
by CCSO deputies for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked.
Martin Lamar Thornton, 31,
of Starke was arrested July 22
by SPD officers for possession
of less than 20 grams of
marijuana. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released on
bond July 22.
Randall Wade Wheeler, 44,
of Starke was arrested July 21
by BCSO deputies for battery
and felony battery. Bond was
set at $5,000 and he was
released on bond July 22.
David Antonio Williams, 39,
a Department of Corrections
inmate, was charged July 20
by UCSO Capt. Tomlinson on
a warrant for battery on a law
enforcement officer. He was
returned to the custody *of
DOC.
Jessie Lee Wilson, 39, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 23 by Florida Highway
Patrol (FHP) troopers for DUI,
DUI with property damage,
refusing to submit to a DUI
test, driving while license is
suspended or revoked,
attaching a tag not assigned to
a.vehicle and failing to register
a motor vehicle. Bond was set
at $12,000 and he was released
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training; but it's just.a different
name for the same thing.
Warrant Officer Class One
David Ferguson.. of Her
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*ecenity saw. firsthand how
Britain's Territorial Army
compares to the National
Guard of the United States.
Ferguson, who specializes in
logistics, is participating in an
officer exchange program
between the United Kingdom
and the U.S. He was partnered
with the Florida National
Guard's 254th Transportation
Battalion, which has more than
700 soldiers located in
armories spread across a 250-
mile radius in Florida.
The 254th recently won the
Supply Excellence Award in
the National Guard Property
Book MTOE Category.
"What they try to do is make
the best fit, so being in
logistics, they thought this
would be a good fit," Ferguson
said.
Ferguson is joining the 254th
for annual training at Camtp
Blanding Joint, Training
Center. The battalion is a
unique unit made up of a
headquarters detachment, a
transportation company and
three military police
companies.
Seeing how the unit
coordinated training for so
many different units has been a
valuable experience for


Ferguson.
"It's learning about that sort.
of thing, their procedures and
some of the teaching
practices," Ferguson said.
"I've been very, very
impressed with how they've
set out training and, to me, this
is very, very interesting and
good stuff."

During his visit, Ferguson
took the time to speak to the
soldiers in the unit to get a feel
for the issues and problems
U.S. Guardsmen face.
"It's remarkable," he said.
"The commanding officer here
has given me lots of
opportunities to speak to the
soldiers, and I've made myself


available to them. They have
the same issues as our TA
soldiers. The senior NCOs
have the same problems. It's
very much a mirrored'.
process."
After 26 years in the
Territorial Army, Ferguson has
no immediate plans to get out.
He says he will continue to
serve as long as he still enjoys'
what he does.
"If you don't enjoy being in
the military, it's time to get
out," Ferguson said. "I like.
working with soldiers. I like
training soldiers. 'I like
developing and mentoring'.
them, and if I ever stop doing.
tlat, it will be the time I bury,
my boots."


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annual training with the Florida National Guard's
254th Transportation Battalion at Camp Blanding Joint
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IOB Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section Thursday, July 28, 2011


Starke Academy of Dance won the Junior Legacy Award at the June 27-30 Legacy
Nationals. Pictured are: (front, I-r) Alyssa Griffis, Kylee Davis, Brianna Velazquez,
Katherine Wilson, Hailey Kerlin, Mackenzie Jowers, Alexandra Chappell, Astrid
Sellars, Annabelle Kuhne', (back; I-r) Hailey Thomas, Morgan Mann, Keiondra Payne,
Brylee Hawkins, Emma Theus, Carson Elder and Darien Moore.


The Junior team performs its "Divas" routine. Pictured (1-r) are: Darien Moore,
Keiondra Payne, Morgan Mann (front), Hailey Thomas (back), Emma Theus and
Carson Elder.


Starke

Academy

dancers earn

top awards at

Legacy

Nationals
Children of Starke Academy.
of Dance earned 10 platinum
and two high gold awards at
the Legacy Nationals, which
were held "June 27-30 in
Orlando, against dancers from
top-rated studios in south
Florida, Georgia, South
Carolina, North Carolina,
Illinois, Maryland and
Virginia.
The Minis team of
Alexandra Chappell, Kylee
Davis, Alyssa Griffis,
Mackenzie Jowers, Hailey
Kerlin, Annabelle Kuhne,
Astrid Sellars and Katherine
Wilson placed first overall in
Mini Competitive Small Group
with its "Brand New Girl"
routine, which was
choreographed by teacher
Alyssa Bennefield. The Petite
team of Chappell, Brylee
.Hawkins, Morgan Mann,
Emma Theug and Brianna
Velazquez' placed first and
second overall with the lyrical
"Hope Now," which was
choreographed by Shannon
Wilson, and .the jaiz routine
"Hot Stuff," which was
choreographed by Bennefield.
Mann, Theus, Carson Elder,
Darien Moore, Keiondra Payne
and Hailey Thomas made up
the Junior team, which placed
first, second and third overall
with the jazz and musical
theater routines "Divas" and "
'Cause We Can," which were
choreographed by former
teacher Laurel Skaggs, and the
lyrical "Let It Be," which was
choreographed by teacher
Estee Beck. 'Cause We Can"
also won the choreography


Winning the event's Best Choreography Award (12-and-under) were dancers (I-r) Keiondra Payne, Darien Moore,
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Emma Theus performs the routine "Love Me." She
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award for all routines'ages 12
and under.
Top awards did not end
there. Mann and Theus placed.
first overall in Junior
Duet/Trios, while Theus
placed second overall in Junior
Advanced Solos. With her
highest overall performance
scores, Theus won the title, of
"Mini Miss Legacy."
Chappell placed second
overall in Mini Advanced
Solos and 'was first runner-up
for the title of "Mini Miss
Legacy."
Starke Academy of Dance
also won the Junior Legacy
award for the highest averaged
scores for dances in the 12-
and-under category.


The Minis, Petite and Junior
teams were chosen to compete
in the, Best of the Best
Showdoi4n on.the final day of
competition. The showdown
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motivated to sell asap.
904-796-0606.
WOODED LOT IN KEY-
STONE HIGH RIDGE
AREA. Up front close to
hard road. $7K. Call 352-
258-4617.

47
Commerical
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sale)
DOWNTOWN STARKE Pro-,
fessional Offices for rent,
$315 per month. Confer-
ence room, kitchen, utili-
ties and more provided.
904-364-8395.
WAREHOUSE, 3,000 sq.ft.'
$800/mo. Office and
warehouse 3,000 sq. ft.
$950/mo. Smith & Smith
Realty, 904-964-9222.
48
Homes For Sale
BEAUTIFUL CONCRETE
BLOCK HOME for sale.


2,851 sq. ft. total, 1,650
sq. ft. heated. 3BR/1.5BA, /
glass/screen enclosed
Florida room, front liv-
ing room, dining room
and family room nith real
wood flooring, marble
fireplace and built in wood
shelves and cabinets, 2
car garage, utility room
in garage with W/D hook-
ups, 2 storage sheds,
large yard 1 acre with
multiple fruit trees, 1 mile
east of hospital on CR
230 (Call Street), great
area for kids arld recre-
ation, close to town and
shopping. $198K obo,
call 352-494-7987 and
leave message. View by
appointment only.
3BR/1 BA HOME on 1 acre.
CH/A, recently renovated,
front and back porches.
Hwy. 231 close to RMC.
$62,000, Call 386-344-
1266 or 386-623-2746.
OWNER FINANCING .1800
SOQ.FT. 3BR/2.5BA, 2sto-
ry home w/ 2-car plus ga-
rage. 800 sq ft. playroom/
workshop, plus 450 sq.
ft. sun room. T & G wood
paneling throughout On
0.5 acres w/ lake access
near Keystone Heights
$189K $6,000 down, call
352-603-2202


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For Sale wide, fenced big yard with
NEW 2012, 2 Bedroom 3 double gates (big truck,
$23,900. Includes set up, boat, camper?) Keystone
country wood.floprs. Call Heights schools, $44K.
Jared at 904-259-4663 Trade in your old single-
jmmartin23@yahoo, wide for down payment.
corn. 352-473-5745.
LAND/HOME PACKAGE. OWNER FINANCE 40%
3BR/2BA on half acre down w/ land equity or
$55,000. 4BR/2BA on 1 cash.Onanyneworused
acre, $69,900 remodeled singlewide or doublewide.
Owner financing avail- Call Randy 386-754;
able. Call Jared or Greg 0198.
at 904-259-4663. AS IS WHERE IS 32x80
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& doublewide mobile carpet, paint, 2400 sq ft,
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Classified Ads


19041 964-6305

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13861496-2261


Where one call


does it all


FIRE YOUR LAND LORD.
to own what you're throw-
ing away in rent, call Mike
386-754-8844.
THE ECONOMY has forced
me to cut the price on my
3BR/2BA home to $38k.
352-870-5983
NEW 32x70 D/W4BR/2BA
2k square feet L/R, Den,
side by side, glass top
range SET. DEL, A/C,
SKIRT, STEPS $59,900
CALL Ken 386-754-
8844
NEW D/W REDUCED
THOUSANDS, 3BR/2BA
SET, DEL, A/C, SKIRT,
STEPS $39,900. CALL
Ken 386-754-8844
50
For Rent
LAKE GENEVA MOBILE
HOME PARK, Keystone
Heights. For rent 2 and
3 bedrooms. First month,
and security. Call Rick at
352-235-0506.
PERMANENT ROOMS
for rent at the Magnolia
Hotel. Both refrigerator
and microwave. Special
rates, by the month. Call
904-964-4303 for more
information.

WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to prison.
Call 352-468-1323.
SPECIAL 1 MONTH RENT
FREE! Nice, newly reno-
vated 2 & 3 BR mobile
homes in Starke/Lake
Butler. Deposit required.
Call 678-438-6828 or
678-438-2865.
MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT starting at $525
per month. Hidden Oaks,
Lake Butler. Call 386-
- 496-8111.
WANTED SINGLE MATURE
LADY to share expenses
in nice furnished home on
lake. Private apartment,
service animals only and
no smoking,references
required. $450-$675/mo.
plus deposit. Call for more
info. 352-473-7769.
REMODELED ONE BR
MOBILE, on private land.
Fully furnished, incls. TV.
$365 w/ senior discount.
Cute little place ideal one
person. Keystone Hts.
352-473-5745.
MOBILE HOME for rent. In
good condition. For more
information call, 904-964-
5006 or 904-422-8959.


3B81/1BA HOME on 1 acre
CH/A, recently renovated,
front and back porches.
Hwy 231 close to RMC
$700/mo first last, secu-
ity Call 386-344-1266 OR
386-623-2746.
FOR RENT 2BR Apart-
ment downtown Starke,
all utilities included. $650
per month. Call Joan at
904-964-4303.
2BR/1BA COTTAGE 1st &
sec deposit, $525 Lake
Geneva area Call 352-
473-2919.
NICE LOCATION 2BR/1BA
MH CH/A $550/Mo, first,
and last. Call 904;964-
3595
KEYSTONE TWO HOMES,
2BR/1BA. Near town on
separate lakes Newly
renovated, rent as low as
$500/mo maintenance
included. Call 352-473-
5214.
MELROSE 2BR/1BA MH
in quiet community, $395
per month with $300 se-
curity deposit. Call 352-
475-6285.
MELROSE 1BR/1BA Apt.
very quiet community.
$325 per month with $300
security deposit. Call 352-
475-6285.
2BR/1BA MOBILE HOME.
CH/A near UCI. &
FSP.$400/mo. $200 se-
curity. Lawn maintenance,
and water included. 904-
964-8025.
3BR/2BA NEAR STARKE
GOLF COURSE. 1605
NE 153rd Street, $800/mo
plus $600 deposit, Avail-
able August 1st. Call
904-545-0798.
FOR SALE OR RENT-
Home located in private
dead bnd street just on
outskirts of city limits.
3BR/2BA newly reno-
vated. Asking $93,000
or rent $700/mo. $ 300
security deposit. Call Jeff
at 352-538-1835 or John
at 352-745-0310.
2BR/1BA, nice home. $450/
mo. $450 deposit. 352-
468-1455.
UPSTAIRS, 1 BR apt. down
town Starke. $450/mo.
ist.and last required.
Call 904-964-4303 for ad-
ditional information.
SINGLEWIDE IN THE
COUNTRY 2BR/2BA.
New flooring and fresh
paint. CH/A, covered
wood deck. $425/mo.,
senior discount. 11049


SE 49thAve Starke Call
904-571-6561 or 352-
468-1093
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
3BR/2BA MH on 1 acre,
close to town, $575/mo
plus deposit. Call 352-
475-6260.
3BR/1BA HOUSE IN RAI-
FORD Handicap acces-
sible $625/mo., 1st, last,
security deposit. Call 904-
964-4309.
LAWTEY 2BR/2BA Mobile
Home Quiet, laundry
room, partially furnished,
portable shed Central
heat, window air units,
gas stove $475/mo
$300/dep.386-566-4054

3BRY2BA DWMH, CH/A,
large yard, shed, between
Lake Butler & Raiford .
$300 deposit, $750 per
month. Call 904-305-
8287 or 904-284-9223.
IN LAWTEY 4BR/2BACH/A,
water softener. $700/mo.,
first last, $200 deposit.
Call 904-364-9869.
3BR/1.5BA MOBILE HOME,
in Keystone heights.
$550/mo. Call 352-258-
4617.
MOVE IN SPECIAL. $1,100
Starke, 2BR/1BA 14 wide
mobile home, shed,
fenced yard, $650/mo.
Lawtey move in special
$850, 2BR/1BA mobile
home fenced, $550/mo.
Horse paddock available.
Call 386-523-5091.
51
Lost/Found
SOPHIE THE BASSET
HOUND 65. pounds.
MISSING since the 15th,
needs meds, spotted in
High Ridge, lost collar.
Reward, 352-478-9365
or 352-473-1146.

52
Animals and
Pets
FREE MALE PIT BULL MIX.
Approximately 3 years
old. Great watch dog and
friendly. 305-968-7000.
2 FEMALE POT BELLIED
PIGS, about 150 to 200
lbs. Each must go. Make
offer 904-796-1018.
53A
Yard Sales
YARD SALE, Fri. & Sat.
Bam.-3pm. CR 200A in


Lawley, look for signs.
Guitars, clothing, baby
items, household items
INSIDE MOVING SALE. Fn.
& Sat. 8am -2pm. 1538
NE 153rd St. off SR 230
E. Chase lounge, reclin-
ers, bar stools, household
& decorating items. Lots
new items, everything
has to go.
MULTI-FAMILY YARD SALE.
Sat. 8am.-? 3.5, miles
past Vo-tech, turn left
behind Pleasant Grove
Church. NW 177th St.
Follow Signs.
FRI & SAT 9am.-3pm 100A
Griffis Loop over 2nd rail-
road tracks. VCR tapes,
baby clothes, walker,
high chair, adult men and
women clothes, etc
2 FAMILY YARD SALE.
Fri. 7.30 am.-? CR. 229
NW. 77th Place. Women,
teens, children clothing,
boys & girls sizes 8-18.
Baby clothes, carseat,
baby crib, purses, house-
hold items, costume jew-
elry. All must go.
YARD SALE LAWTEY REC-,
REATION DEPT. Lawtey
Park. Fri. & Sat. 8am-
3pm. Clothes, dishes,
computers, TV. books,
children's clothing and
much more.
MULTI-FAMILY MOVING
SALE FRIDAY ONLY
8am.-2pm. Take CR.125
(Lawtey) 5 miles west of
301 (1/2 mile past'CR.
225A) follow signs. bed,
baby things, large size
men and women clothes,
tools, tons of DVD's and
much more.
GARAGE SALE RAIN OR
SHINE. Fri., Sat., Sun.
8am.-? Crosby Lake, 100
west of Starke 3 miles.
Look for signs. Come
& see.
3 FAMILY YARD SALE.
Thurs. & Fri. 8am.-2pm.
N. 301 left on 233 (Mor-
gan Road) 1 mile on right
4131. Furniture, appli-
ances, lots of household
items, some clothes 'and
children's items.
53B
Keystone Yard
Sales
CONTENTS OF RED BARN
MUST BE SOLD. Thurs.,
Fri., Sat., 10am.-5pm.
Hwy. 100 E to CR 214


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RUMMAGE SALE. Fri. Au-
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13. American Legion Post
7741 SR. 21. Proceeds
for Christmas families.
SAT. JULY 30TH. 7:30am.
8am.-? Off SR. 214- Big
Tree Estates, Coronado
& Lodge Rd. follow signs.
Baby items, toys, house-
hnld items.

53C
Lake Butler
Yard Sale
RMC STAFF HOUSING
3 HOUSEHOLDS, Sat.
8am.-? Household items,
CB radios, lots of clothes-
Aeropostale, American
Eagle, Hollister, filing
cabinets, ceiling fan, lots
of baseball equipment
and cleats.

55
Wanted
CASH FOR JUNK cars $200
& up. Free pick up, run-
ning or not. Call 352-
771-6191.

57
For Sale
BUNKBED SET $75, pair of
chrysler 300 tires $100,
microwave oven, large
$50, large Marilyn Monroe
picture $15, glass top
shelves $5, Chinia Cabinet
$50, Sofa $25, wooden
coffee table $15, quilting
stand $20, storage con-
tainers $5, television old
models $10. Please call
904-966-7479.

59
Personal
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-


Southern Villas of
Starke Apts.
$199
Move-in Special
1 & 2 BR HC & lnon-HC
apartments. Central adc
heat, ,on-site laundry,
playground, private and
quiet atmosphere. Located
on SR-16, 1001 Southern
Villas Dr., Starke, FL or call
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711. "This institution is an
equal opportunity provider
and employer."

Orangewood Apartments
801 South Water Street
Starke, FL 32091
904-964-4214
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apartments. -
"This institution is an equal
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& alignment. We do all
types of tractor work,
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demolition jobs. Free Es-
timates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, 904-284-8088 or
004-545-5241.

FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for MH
& land packages. 1-800-
284-1144.
JERRY'S HAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, with
or without titles! Will pick
up anywhere. Up to $200.
Call 904-219-9365 or904-
782-9822.
LAWN MAINTENANCE,
grass cuts, weed eat-
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prices! Call Johnathari
904-364-6888.
GLENN'S HANDYMAN and
Tractor Service- Trac-
tor work, fencing, pole
barns, carpentry, painting,
pressure washing, trash
removal, and other odd
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for estimates. Cell (904)
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62
Vacation/Travel
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65
Help Wanted
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COUNTY TIMES. Full-
time, experience pre-
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computer, and camera
skills needed. Send re-
sume to: Bradford County
Telegraph PO Drawer A,
Starke, FL. 32091.
CAREGIVER/CNA and/or 2
#years experience working,
with elderly or disabled cli-
ents. 2/3 days per week.
Sunrise Home Care Ser-
vices, 352-468-2619.
UNION COUNTY SCHOOL
BOARD, bus drivers
needed. 40 hours cert.
class provided. Please
call Mike or Trish 386-
496-2182. ____

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Candidate must demon-
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". COLLEGE
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ADJUNCT INSTRUCTORS
FALL 2011

NURSING CLINICAL
BSN Required. Master's degree in nursing
preferred. At least two years of recent clinical
experience required. Contact Mattie Jones at
386-754-4368 or
HEALTH CAREER CORE
Bachelor's degree in a health related field
required. Contact Mattie Jones at 386-754-4368
or
BODY STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
Bachelor's degree in a health related field or
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MSN required. Doctorate in Nursing preferred.
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COMMERCIAL DRIVERS UCENSE (CDL)
PROGRAM
CDL instructors needed for growing CDL
program at Florida Gateway College. Qualified
individuals must hold a CDL and have at least
four years of driving experience with a clean
driving record. Prefer individuals with teaching
experience in a truck driving school setting. Email
resumes to Stephanie Glenn at
or call the Banner
Center for Global Logistics at 386-754-4492 for
more information.
LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN
MANAGEMENT
The Banner Center for Global Logistics is
seeking fall adjunct instructors for the Logistics
and Supply Chain Management online courses. A
Master's degree with at least 18 credits in
Operations Management, Logistics, Supply Chain
or related field is required. Email resumes
to Stephanie Glenn at
or call the Banner Center for Global Logistics at
386-754-4492 for more information.
College application and copies of transcripts
required. All foreign transcripts must be submitted
with a translation and evaluation. Application
available at
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z orrell
completes
Marine Corps
electricians
course
On July 22, Marine Corps
Pfc. N. Sorrell, son of Sharon
C. and Kenneth E. Sorrell of
Starke, completed the basic
electricians course.
During the course at Marine
Corps Engineer School,
Marine Corps Base, Camp
Lejeune, N.C., students receive
instruction on the repair and
maintenance of generators,
transformers and power lines.
In addition to the mechanical
skills involved, studies also
include circuitry, electrical
theory and related safety
procedures.
-Sorrell is a 2009 graduate of
Bradford High School, and
joined the Marine Corps in
October 2010.

Food distribution
schedule set
The Second Harvest North
Florida Mobile Food Pantry's
2011 distribution schedule for
Bradford County will be every'
Wednesday at the following
locations:
First and third Wednesday
of the month-True Vine
Ministry, 422 N. St. Clair St. in
Starke, beginning at 10 a.m.
until the food is gone.
Second Wednesday of the
month-Church of God by
Faith, 730 Old Lawtey Rd. in
Starke, beginning at noon until
all the food is gone.
Fourth Wednesday of the
Month-True Vine Ministry,
422 N. St. Clair St. in Starke,
beginning at 10 a.m. until the
food. is gone. (Volunteer
assistance provided by the
Bradford County Food Pantry.)
S* lf there is a fifth Wednesday
during a particular month,
distribution will be at True Vine
Ministry as listed above.
The Second Harvest Mobile
Pantry program takes donated
food-and goods directly to those
in need. The distribution area is
set up as.a drive-through.so that
food recipients can easily get the
resources being offered and
return with them to their homes.;
Recipients are asked to'remain
in their cars where a program
attendant will be happy to serve
them.
For more information, please
call True Vine Ministry at 904-
964-9264.

4-H presents
shooting sports
camp
.The Bradford County 4-H
program will be offering a 4-H
Shooting Sports Day Camp for
youth 11-17 years old Aug. 15-
18. Youth will receive hunter
certification, natural resources
education with venomous snakes
and wildlife tracks. Youth will
also receive training in range
and firearm safety.
Youth interested in
participating, please call 904-
966-6224. There are limited
seats available. The day camp is
sponsored through a grant with
Friends of NRA and- the
Bradford County 4-H
Foundation.



SEXTON
Continued from Page 2B

game.
-. Lake Brantley entered the
game averaging three to four
touchdowns a game and 300
yards a game.
"We whipped them that
night," Sexton said.
Sexton, of course, has fond
memories of the state
championship teams of 1965
and 1966, as well as the 1985
team that finished as state
runner-up. Opponents
averaged only 5.9 points per
game against the '85 defense.
The- squad yielded 4.1 points


per game if you don't count
the 28-20 loss to Bartow in the
state championship game.
The Tornadoes may have
fallen. short of winnnig a third
state championship, but Sexton
.said playing for the title in
:1985 was gratifying since four
years prior to that, Bradford
won just one game.
One thing that impressed
Sexton during his tenure at
Bradford was the fan support.
Whether t'e team was having
a good season or not, Sexton
said the people turned put
because what was then known


as Memorial Stadium was the
place to be.
Sexton said getting into the,
stadium during the era of the
state championships was not
easy.
"It was almost like you had
to inherit, a ticket to get in
there," he said.
The crowds were a fixture,
and so were Sexton and Hurse.
In fact, Sexton served the
longest tenure of any assistant
football coach in school
history. He stepped down
before Hurse, though, as the
1989 season was his last as an
assistant on the varsity team.
Like the '88 team, the '89
team was strong defensively,
allowing 55 points for the
season.


M.


Hurse coached one more
season without Sexton, guiding
the Tornadoes to an 11-1
record and to within one game
of playing for, the state
championship.
You can certainly say Hurse
went out with a bang before
retiring. Bradford lost a total of
13 games in the 1986 and 1987
seasons, but then lost three
over Hurse's last three
seasons.
Sexton said because of
Hfurse's dedication and
relentless work ethic, it was nd
shock to see him go out on a
winning note.
"Nothing he accomplished
over 'the years surprised me,"
Sexton said.


Sexton remained at Bradford
High School until retiring in
1994. He served as athletic
* director and still assisted in a
coaching capacity at times.
Because of his longevity,
Sexton wound up coaching and
interacting with the children of
former BHS players.
"I could see their
grandchildren coming on the
horizon," he said. "I figured
that'd be the time to leave."
Sexton will be back, along
with Hurse and former head
coach Lenard Register at the
Aug. 6 reunion, which will
also feature current head coach
Derek Chipoletti.
Based on last year's turnout
and follow-up interest, those
interested in attending this


year's event should make plans
to do so now since seating is
limited. Advance tickets are
$12 and may be purchased
from Nancy Odom at BHS.
Admission at the door is $15.
Children under 5 will be
admitted free.
All proceeds will support the
BHS football program through
the BHS Touchdown Club.
Odom may be reached by
calling 904-966-6075.

Anyone who thinks the
art of conversation is
dead ought to tell a child
to go to bed.
-Robert Gallagher


Teen Nites
planned
Teen Nite will be tonight:
starting at 7:30 p.m. to midnight
at the RJE gym on Pine Street in
Starke. The age range -is fifth
grade through twelfth grade.:
Please bring your teens and if
you wish to volunteer to work<
with the youth, you will be
welcomed.
There will also be two Teen
Nights in August, Aug. 12 andy
Aug. 26. On Aug. 26, organizers
will be providing free back-to->"
school supplies. If you are
interested in donating some'
items for the teens, please feel
free to come join in Teen Nite
on that date.


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