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At a Glance

LaBelle's Relay for Life
"Paint the Town Purple" to cel-
ebrate cancer survivorship and
bring attention to "LaBelle's Relay
for Life" event, Saturday May 1, at
the LaBelle High School football
field starting at 1 p.m.
All are encouraged in the com-
munity of LaBelle to Paint The Town
Purple on or before Saturday, April
24 to celebrate the lives of cancer
survivors and bring attention to the
American Cancer Society's many
programs and services.
Businesses and individuals can
join the fun, simply by logging onto
www.paintourtownpurple.org to
find ideas on how to "Paint Our
Town Purple" at a school, town,
college or workplace. For more
information contact: Tara Sherrod
(Event Chair) 863-517-4167

Relay for Life meetings
April 20: Team Rally 5:30-6:30
p.m. First Baptist Church, Commit-
tee Meeting 6:45-7:45 p.m.;
April 27: Team Rally 5:30-6:30
p.m. First Baptist Church, Commit-
tee Meeting 6:45-7:45 p.m.;
May 1-2: Relay for Life.

Ft. Denaud Bridge
closed to Vehicles
The Ft. Denaud Bridge will be
closed to vehicle traffic on April
20, May 4, 2010 and May 18, 2010
from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. each day. For
additional information please call
863-675-5264.
See Page 4 for information about
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River dream: A glimpse of history


ualoosa ellie/uale uonyers
Residents got an awe inspiring glimpse from the Era of Discovery Tuesday, April 13, when
the Nina and PInta, replicas of two of Columbus' sturdy vessels that helped him stake a
claim to the New World in 1492.

Sense of discovery continues


by Patty Brant
Caloosa Belle
At prominent points along the
Caloosahatchee River, people
gathered in small knots Tuesday,
April 13, for a chance to place
themselves 500 years back in his-
tory for just a few minutes.
People were hushed as rep-
licas of two of the three ships
Christopher Columbus sailed
on his 1492 voyage to the New
World sailed serenely past on a


modern-day voyage. This time,
the object of the voyage is educa-
tion, rather than exploration.
The Christopher Columbus
Foundation, based in the Brit-
ish Virgin Islands, built the Nina
in commemoration of the 500th
anniversary of Columbus' 1492
voyage. Of the three the Nina,
whose "given" name was the
Santa Clara, was Columbus' fa-
vorite. The replica is a historically
accurate version of the original
ship and a floating museum. The


foundation later built the Pinta.
Both were caravels. The Nina
is the most historically accurate
Columbus replica ship. They are
being built and sailed to various
locations as learning tools for the
public.
The Santa Maria, the third and
largest of the vessels, has yet to
be built. Although she was the
flagship of the trio, she was held
in the least regard by Columbus

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by Patty Brant
Caloosa Belle
The city's much-discussed
commercial sign ordinance was
unanimously amended at the April
8 regular commission meeting.
However, questions still remain
about types of acceptable signs.
Kathy Schofield of the Log
Cabin told the commission she
is happy with the overall sign or-
dinance but would like to include
sandwich signs (A-frame signs)
as allowable if they are removed
after hours. She said these would
allow merchants to highlight daily
specials and services. She rea-
soned that it could help increase
sales, especially in this challenging
economy.
She felt that uniform A frame
signs would help customers make
informed choices and keep money
in LaBelle.
The commissioners agreed.
She also said she appreciates
the transparency with which the
city has implemented changes in
its sign ordinance, sending letters
to inform businesses of transgres-
sions to the new ordinance before
writing citations.
Mayor Paul Puletti noted that
businesses like the Log Cabin spent
months cleaning up to reopen and
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railed that the "ugly building" the tire store
across the street from city hall is allowed to
continue. Although it is technically in com-
pliance with current code, it is an incorrect
use in business zoning, he pointed out. He
said it dates back to a former mayor, as a
"nonconforming" use in the entryway to the
city and an eyesore, and is not fair to other
business people in the city.
City Planner Shellie Johnson encouraged
communication with businesses before they
spend money on signage. Mayor Puletti said
the board needs to ensure that the city is at-
tractive to potential customers.
Commissioner Dave Lyons noted that the
ordinance is sufficient for new construction,
since those businesses are in contact with
the city as part of opening. However, exist-
ing businesses may have difficulty comply-
ing with additions and amendments.

Fire report
Fire Chief Ray Pittman reported that
things have been quiet in and around and
also that longtime firefighter Gary Williams
has retired. The department is working to
streamline fire inspections.
He said that, since Oct. 1, 2009, LFD
has responded to 355 calls and is on pace
for 1,000 calls this year. He added that 60
percent of them come in on weekends and
that the department's response time has
dropped to under three minutes.
Fires and car crashes are the bulk of the
calls.

Water treatment plants
Applied Technology Management's Tim
Taylor said improvements to the city's exist-


HRMC awarded


inmate care

by Patty Brant
Caloosa Belle
Florida Community Health Care is taking
exception to the commission's decision to
award the bid for medical care for jail in-
mates to Hendry Regional Medical Center.
County Administrator Judi Kennington-Korf
said there are still unknowns in the bids, but
HRMC's was the lowest quality bid.
At the March 30 county commission
meeting, Lynn Beasley of HRMC said the
hospital wants to partner with the county to
lower costs. He said one way to reduce travel
time and costs for jail personnel transporting
prisoners to medical facilities by using the
hospital's Urgent Care Center in LaBelle. He
said the hospital would look for more ways
to decrease costs as well.
Commissioner Karson Turner said in-
mate medical costs the county $.5 million
annually and Commissioner Kevin McCarthy
added that the county can track the num-
bers for next year to create a better basis for
comparison.
In the end the vote was unanimous to
keep HRMC as the bid winner.


ing water treatment plant are on schedule
and on budget. He said the new RO plant is
still in the design phase and that they con-
tinue to look for grants and appropriations.

Passive park
City Attorney Jimmy Luckey said the
Riverbend Homeowners Association is not
quite satisfied with plans for the proposed
new passive park north of river. Members
are asking that the park remain open only
from 9-5 and are seeking city participation
in another gate to the tune of $15,000.
Mayor Puletti said he thought negotia-
tions with the group were over. The city pre-
viously agreed to maintain the community's
existing gate. He asked Mr. Luckey to seek
input from BJ Kattel SFWMD to clarify the
facts.

No forensic audit
Learning that the cost of a forensic audit
would be $100,000-$200,000, the board opt-
ed to forego that expense and simply work
toward more timely accounting. No fraud is
suspected in the city's books, only untimely
delays in the ability to supply necessary in-
formation to RUS for waterplant financing
applications.
The May 13 city commission meeting
will be preceded with a workshop on its
EAR amendment at 5:30 p.m. The regular
meeting will begin at 7 p.m.





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Caloosa Belle/Patty Brant
Three-year-old Blake Sands is learning an ap-
preciation of history early. He watched repli-
cas of Columbus' ships, the Nina and Pinta,
glide down the Caloosahatchee April 13.


History
Continued From Page 2

himself because she was sluggish.
The pair sailed through the LaBelle
Bridge late Tuesday morning on
their way to Titusville, giving LaBelle
folks a view of history seldom seen.
Three-year-old Blake Sands was
the youngest at the Barron Park van-
tage point to witness the passage.
His mother, Kelly Sands, kept the
little tyke out of school for a while
to give him the chance to see the
unusual sight.
Little Blake no doubt had a lot to
tell his chums at Kid City when he
arrived later that morning.
The boats were "three-four-five
feet long," the excited little boy said,
and he waved to the man on the
boat. Only three years old, Blake
won't remember a lot about the
huge copies of two of the most im-
portant ships in history, but hope-
fully the excitement of the day will
live in his heart and mind.


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Is the purchase of United States Sugar dead?


By Jose Jesus Zaragoza
The Clewiston News
A Miami federal judge's self-labeled impa-
tience with the pace of restoration projects
in the Everglades Agriculture Area may be
one indication that the state's proposed pur-
chase of U.S. Sugar -- a project now well into
its second year of negotiations and deadline
extensions -- has reached its apex.
April 1 the judge ordered the district to re-
direct its efforts on a $700-$800 million reser-
voir project in Western Palm Beach County
-- which seems to thrust another wrench in
the South Florida Water Management Dis-
trict's plans to purchase U.S. Sugar's lands.
The district finds itself addressing just
how it expects to pay for the $536 million
purchase of an initial 73,000 acres of land,
while lower property values continue put-


ting a dent in its tax-supported budget. Re-
cent reports have focused on the district's
having to delay, suspend or altogether scrap
certain projects, possibly even selling some
of its land, to help pay for the purchase. The
Miami judge's ruling is now another power-
ful consideration.
Is the Sugar deal dead?
Strong opposition from Florida Crystals
and the Miccosukee Tribe has seen U.S.
Sugar and the district defending, or having
to answer tough questions about whether or
not the purchase is needed at all.
Lawyers for both the tribe and Florida
Crystals prepared to ask the Florida Supreme
Court not to validate the bonds the district
needed to move forward with the purchase;
arguing, among other things, whether there
is a public need associated with the pur-


Arrest Reports


LaBelle
Donna Lynch Alexander, 48, was arrested
April 11 and charged with possession of a
controlled substance without a prescription.
R. White was arresting officer.
Jose Gustavo Ortiz, 17, was arrested April
11 and charged with possession of marijua-
na over 20 grams, possession of a controlled
substance without a prescription and pos-
session and or use of drug equipment. Sgt.
Olvera was arresting officer.
Esmeralda Zamorra, 24, was arrested
April 10 and charged with possession of a
controlled substance without a prescription,
possession of cocaine and possession of
under 20 grams of marijuana. N. Kirk was
arresting officer.
Justo Velasco, 21, was arrested April 10
and charged with criminal mischief $200-
$1,000. R. White was arresting officer.
Derick Bernard Streeter, 37, was arrested
and charged with possession of contraband
- cell phone. HCI Officer C. McCaulley was
arresting officer.
Eric Lamar Railey, 34, was arrested and
charged with possession of contraband cell
phone. HCI Officer C. McCaulley was arrest-
ing officer.
Michelle Astroga, 25, was arrested March
31 and charged with aggravated battery first
degree felony, burglary with assault or bat-
tery and robbery residential home invasion
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Eladio Alonso Diaz, 52, was arrested April
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chase of the huge swath of land.
On one side, representatives for the two
organizations vilify the governor for his po-
litical aspirations and U.S. Sugar for report-
edly crafting a "too-sweet" deal in its favor.
U.S. Sugar is indebted and looking for a way
out at a significant cost to taxpayers, some
argue.
The governor, who announced the state's
intent to purchase the company nearly two
years ago, has defended himself in published
reports, saying that the purchase is needed
to save the Everglades.
Meanwhile, U.S. Sugar shoots back at
their rivals, saying that those groups are mo-
tivated not by a sense of honest environmen-
talism, but of profiteering, and resentment
that they weren't included in the deal.
Even members of the district board weigh
in: "Citizens following the U.S. Sugar acqui-
sition have witnessed these special interests
... attempting to turn what is usually a rou-
tine legal review into a stage for distorting
the facts," writes Eric Buermann, chairman
of the district's governing board. "None of
these detractors, nor their well-publicized
spin, will distract the courts from their me-
thodical review and, hopefully, will not fool
the public who for the large part support the
purchase."
During an April 6 media phone confer-
ence, environmentalists said the need to
move forward was great; that they hoped
the supreme court would rule in the state's
favor.


What is Chiropractic?
by Dr. Josh Parrish
From day one of starting chiropractic school we
students were repeatedly told that chiropractors
only see about 8% of the general population of
the U.S. Why such a small number you ask? I have
always felt it is because people really do not know
who we are or what it is we really do. Sure, people
know we help with back pain, but we can do so
much more.
So what is chiropractic? Chiropractic is a health
care profession that focuses on the natural inborn
healing of the body. When you get a cut, it is not always necessary to get
stitches in order for the cut to heal, but maybe a little antibiotic ointment
may make the cut heal faster. That antibiotic ointment can be compared
to chiropractic treatment. Although the sharp shooting pain in your leg may
eventually go away on its own, chiropractic treatment may make that pain
go away a lot faster, and possibly never return.
The most common form of treatment procedure performed by doctors of
chiropractic is known as a "chiropractic adjustment." The purpose of the
adjustment is to restore joint motion by manually applying a controlled
force into joint that have become restricted in their movement as a result of
tissue injury. Tissue injury can be caused by a single traumatic event such
as improper lifting of a heavy object, or through repetitive stresses, such as
sitting in an awkward position with poor posture for an extended period of
time.
This healing process applies to many things, such as headaches, neck
stiffness, knee pain, shoulder pain, asthma, jaw pain (TMJ), and the list goes
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"To get a foothold in the EAA has been
the dream of 35 years," said Nathaniel Reed,
vice chair of the Everglades Foundation.
Addressing concerns that the land ac-
quisition is only one part of the issue, that
funding must still be secured even after the
purchase of the initial 73,000 acres -- and
some say the figure may be in the double-
digit billions of dollars -- to restore the flow
way, Mr. Reed called it "the first step toward
connecting the lake to the Glades and clean-
ing the water as it naturally flows south ... as
God has made it flow south."
The issue of utmost importance to envi-
ronmentalists is finding an alternative solu-
tion to discharges to coastal estuaries.
The Comprehensive Everglades Resto-
ration Project is itself a multi-billion dollar
project whose existence next to the land
purchase is uncertain, although environ-
mentalists say the U.S. Sugar acquisition
puts to rest the need for nearly one-third of
the cost of the CERP project -- which relied
on plans for vast aquifer storage. Still, what
will become of that ambitious plan?
But, ultimately, everyone should put
aside concerns of cost, said Karl Wickstrom,
with the Rivers Coalition. "The affordability
is absolutely no problem, it will fit in the dis-
trict's budget," he said, claiming that myths
of tax increases to the 16 counties the district
serves are wrong.
"You can go on and on with details of
the pricing, but $7,000 (an acre) is good.
We ought to grab it and be happy that we
could."


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Un-urgent care
To the worthless Hendry County Hospital
Board that got your 17 million dollar bond.
Why would I trust you with 17 million dollars
when I don't trust with 17 cents? That bond
passed because Queen Taylor pushed it. I
really don't care; you can close your doors
in Clewiston because you only help Queen
Taylor's District and the illegal immigrants.
This facility in LaBelle is not worth 2 million
dollars because they turn away their clients.
As far as I'm concerned, they can close too.
You cannot get anyone to help you they send
you away!

Letter to the editor

Gotta love those Christians:

Pillars of the Community
Thursday, April 8, 2010, in the evening
hours it was decided that the Community
Christian School in LaBelle would close!
Bring your child Friday, the last day of school
and they can clean out their desk and say
their good byes.
Sorry about your bad luck, hope you can
get your child in school so they can pass this
year since there's 6-7 more weeks of school
left. From what I heard, the teachers sug-
gested that they be allowed to go on unem-
ployment and would volunteer to teach and
finish out the year. The board said no!
This meeting happened a few weeks af-
ter the school had sent out the next year's
application package to the students and par-
ents. So in a few weeks it went from ya'll
come back to oops we're closing tomorrow!
Wonder what happened to all that money
from the sale of the Community Christian
School on Cowboy Way to Edison College
last year?
Very disappointed grandfather,
George D. Bostick, Jr.




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Be The Wall Between Teens And Alcohol


The Drug Free Hendry Coalition (DFHC)
is launching a multi-media campaign in-
tended to encourage and support parents,
retailers and community members in their
efforts to keep teens from drinking.
Over the next year, the Drug Free Hen-
dry Coalition in partnership with the Hen-
dry County Sheriff's Office, Clewiston Po-
lice Department, Hendry County Schools,
Department of Juvenile Justice, Hendry
County Health Department, Hendry Glades
Behavioral Health, and the Department of
Children and Families will ask the com-
munity to Be the Wall between teens and
alcohol. The simply stated campaign is de-
signed on the premise that while alcohol
may be the primary substance of choice
for teens across the state and country, un-
derage drinking should be the single most
preventable at risk behavior among our
teenagers. Jeni Dyess, the Program Coor-
dinator of the Drug Free Hendry Coalition
states, "Underage drinking comes down to
access and acceptance -if we keep alcohol
out of the hands of our teens, they cannot
use it. If we let them know we expect them
to make good decisions, they are more like-
ly to live up to those expectations. We are
asking all community members to help us
limit access to alcohol for teens by locking
up your in-home supply and reporting plac-
es where alcohol is being served to teens.


We are asking Hendry County parents to
talk to your teens about underage drinking
and its consequences, and to tell them you
expect them not to drink until they are 21
years old."
In Hendry County the 2009 Student So-
cial Norms Survey reports that most teens
are not drinking. However, of the 31 percent
who report drinking on a 30 day basis, over
half (17 percent) are self-reported binge
drinkers. Current research indicates the
teen brain is still developing until the mid-
20s. The introduction of alcohol, particular-
ly in large quantities, may impair brain de-
velopment. The developing teen brain also
makes teens more impulsive and less likely
to consider consequences of their behavior
-for this reason; the campaign encourages
all adults to be firm, clear, and consistent
when talking with teens about alcohol.
The multi-media campaign is part of a
partnership between Hendry County and
the Department of Children and Families
and Florida Office of Drug Control. Its com-
ponents include an interactive Web site
where parents can text their teen, humor-
ous posters about natural communication
gaps between teens and parents, commu-
nity displays, guerilla marketing strategies,
and more.
Local agencies and businesses wishing
to participate in the campaign by displaying


images should contact Project Coordina-
tor, Jeni Dyess (863) 674-4041. Questions
about the Hendry County campaign may
also be directed to Jeni Dyess via phone
or email Jennifer Dyess@doh.state.fl.us.
Questions about the statewide campaign
should be directed to Amity Chandler (941)
815-7743.
What is the Drug Free Hendry Coali-
tion?
The Drug Free Hendry Coalition is com-
munity members coming together to ad-
dress alcohol and other substance abuse in
Hendry County among young adults, mid-
dle, and high school students. We will work
to assess our resources and gaps, create
more systematic, environmental strategies,
and promote the use of evidence-based pre-
vention programs within our community.
Drug Free Hendry encourages commu-
nity advocacy involving youth, law enforce-
ment, parents, and businesses in coalition
activities, and promoting public awareness
of substance abuse in Hendry County.
Our Mission: We are dedicated to em-
powering youth, and over time adults, to
reject harmful substances by increasing
education, motivation, collaboration, and
awareness to create a safe and healthy
community.


Wildfire Awareness Week highlights danger


TALLAHASSEE -- Florida Agriculture and
Consumer Services Commissioner Charles
H. Bronson today announced that April 11-
17 is Wildfire Awareness Week.
The strong El Nino weather pattern that
has been in place for almost a year has
brought above-normal amounts of rainfall
to the state which has decreased the wild-
fire danger for now. But conditions could
change quickly.
"This weather pattern is predicted to last
for the next few months, but March, April,
May and June are the most active months
of Florida's wildfire season and the wildfire
threat still remains," Bronson said. "Wind
and low humidity that follow a cold front
can quickly dry out grass, pine needles and
small branches, allowing them the catch fire
easily."
Bronson's Division of Forestry responds

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to an increased number of escaped yard
debris fires this time of year. Yard waste is
vegetative debris such as grass clippings,
brush, leaves, tree limbs, etc., that are a
result of yard maintenance. While burning
yard waste does not require an authoriza-
tion from the Division of Forestry, people
should check with local city or county offi-
cials to see if there are any restrictions. If a
fire escapes, the person who originated the
fire may be liable for suppression costs and
damage to the property of others.
Bronson advises people to follow these
guidelines:
-- Contain your fire in an 8-foot-diameter
pile or non-combustible barrel that is at least
25 feet from forests, 25 feet from your house,
50 feet from a paved public road, and 150
feet from other occupied buildings.
-- Don't burn on windy days or when the

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April 15, 2010 Caloosa Belle


Church Briefs


Master gardeners ready for service


Cowboy Gospel
Hear the Cowboy Gospel at the Felda
Community Center with music and sing-
ing by Mercie and Grace Group of LaBelle.
Preaching by Peggy Flint. April 15 at 7 p.m.

Worship Center plans events
Community Harvest Worship Center, 55
Orange St., will offer pulled pork plates Sat-
urday, April 17, including baked beans, cole
slaw and roll for $8. A giant yard sale will
have something for everyone. The day starts
with a car wash at 8 a.m.

Gospel play
Coming Home, a Gospel musical play writ-
ten, directed and produced by Daniel D. Smith,
will be presented by the LaBelle Seventh Day
Adventist Church at LaBelle High School as
part of the church's concert series fund rais-
ing event. Come to LHS Saturday, April 24, at 6
p.m. Adults $15; teens $10; under 10 $5.

Gathering of Christian Men
April 19, at 7 p.m. at the Community Har-
vest Worship Center Fellowship Hall with
speaker: Johnny Bruner. Come be a part of
this Growing Organization. For more informa-
tion please call Mark White at 863-675-1807.

Special speaker this Sunday
The International Christian Fellowship in-
vites you and your family to join in worship


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on Sunday, April 18. Evangelist Lee Stern
will preach Sunday morning and Sunday
evening. The church is located at 233 Clark
Street, in LaBelle. You may contact us at
863-675-1112. Services will begin Sunday at
10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Eastside mission dinner
East Baptist Church is having a dinner to
raise money for mission work in Arizona.
The meal consists of grilled pork steak or 1/2
grilled chicken, green beans/potatoes, cole
slaw, roll, tea and dessert. Serving 4-7 p.m. Fri-
day, April 30, at the church social hall. Drive-
through service will be provided and delivery
will be available when five or more meals go
to one location. Tickets are $8. Call Raymond
Crawford at 675-1845 or Marilyn Barrios at
675-8097 for tickets or information.

Clothing for donations
The Church of God of Prophecy Moore
Haven, on the corner of 7th and E St., is open
Saturdays from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Everything for do-
nations all good clean clothes. Donations also
accepted. All to help build up the church.

Changes at Freedom Fellowship
Freedom Fellowship Ministries' office
hours remain the same, 9-1 Mondays. The
food bank is open during this time. The
counseling center will be canceling activities
for the time being. For assistance please call
the office at 862-612-9899.
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King
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Church
"Where everybody is Somebody and esus is Lord "
9:15 a.m Sunday Worship
Lord's Supper 1st, 3rd & 5th Sunday
10:30 am. Bible Study

863-675-2733
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www.christthekinglabelle.ws/
.4 miles west of Hwy 29 on CR 78


This March, the UF/IFAS Hendry County
graduated its first Master Gardener class
consisting of Ron Baines, Carol Barry, Patri-
cia Johnson, Lee Norman, John Reed and
Ann Stark. The Master Gardeners are volun-
teers who have received training through a
Florida Master Gardener Program, by the
faculty of the University of Florida, Institute
of Food and Agricultural Sciences.
The Master Gardeners attended approxi-
mate 40 hours of classes in areas such as ba-
sic plant science, soils and fertilizers, plant
diseases, insect and pest problems, fruit cul-
ture, vegetable gardening, landscape care
and nematology. They are supported by, and
work under the direction of the Gene McA-
voy, County Horticulture Extension Agent as
part of the Florida Cooperative Extension
Service.
In return for instruction, volunteers agree
to give at least 75 hours of service back to
the Hendry County Extension. Master Gar-
deners volunteer in many ways. Depending
on the county, they can help to maintain
demonstration gardens, conduct plant clin-
ics, test soil pH, assist in teaching classes,
give speeches to local community groups
on gardening, produce newsletters giving
current gardening information or help run
4-H and other community programs.
Master Gardeners are available to help the
homeowner in solving gardening problems.
Any question that the Master Gardener is not
trained to answer, is referred to the Horticul-
ture Agent. Free bulletins are available that


Carlson Memorial
United Methodist Church
310 Campbell St.
LaBelle, FL 33935
Phone (863) 675-0656
Fax (863) 675-0640
E-mail: cmumc@embarqmail.com
Pastor John Bennett
WORSHIP TIMES
9:00 a.m. Traditional Service
10:00 a.m. Sunday School
11:15 a.m. Contemporary Service


give detailed information on soil preparation
and planting. There is also information on
growing vegetables, fruits, flowers, shrubs
and trees.
The Hendry County Master Gardeners
have selected as their first community ser-
vice project the publication of a monthly ho-
meowner landscape and garden newsletter.
Citizens who would like to receive a copy
electronically, should email hendrymg@ifas.
ufl.edu to be added to the distribution list.
The Master Gardeners are also planning
a series of plant clinics in Clewiston and La-
Belle. For more information on the Master
Gardener Program, contact Gene McAvoy at
863-674-4092.



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for engineering studies


FORT MYERS, FL Florida Gulf Coast Uni-
versity's Physical Plant recently received a
generous third annual gift from B & I Con-
tractors, Inc. in support of the Physical Plant
Endowed Scholarship Fund. The scholarship
fund financially assists qualified students en-
rolled in environmental studies, civil engi-
neering or environmental engineering.
B&I Contractors, Inc. president Gary
Griffin and vice president Jason Grabowski
contributed $5,000 toward the endowment
demonstrating a commitment to FGCU stu-
dents and Physical Plant for a total of $15,000
to the endowment. B&I Contractors, Inc. has
served the University by providing mechani-
cal and plumbing services on campus for
the last decade.
Scholarship recipient and civil engineer-
ing major Krysten Terns is grateful to receive
the award. "I am very appreciative to have
received the Physical Plant Scholarship as I
have always had a hard time finding finan-
cial assistance. This scholarship has allowed
me to help my parents and to purchase new
books so I can keep them for reference in
my professional career."
With B&I Contractors' gift, the Physical
Plant Endowed Scholarship Fund has re-
ceived more than $50,000 in contributions
since 2007. While serving as an ambassa-
dor for the annual employee annual giving
campaign, assistant director of Finance and
Business Operations in Physical Plant Vikki
McConnell realized that collective dona-
tions from the department could result in
an endowment. Creation of the endowed


scholarship fund allows employees in Physi-
cal Plant to support both students and its de-
partmental mission.
"Students in our department are a con-
stant reminder of why we are here and
who we are here to serve," McConnell said.
"Employees contribute to the fund, share
information with business and community
members, and hope that additional financial
support will help more students earn envi-
ronmental and engineering degrees. The
Physical Plant Endowed Scholarship is an
opportunity to enhance relationships with
business partners as we work together to
ensure students become educated in fields
of our common interests."
Jim Hehl, director of Physical Plant is
grateful to B&I Contractors for their con-
tribution toward FGCU students. "This is
something we started in Physical Plant,
which makes us very proud. Perhaps other
donors will see our employees' generosity
and be a part of this collaborative effort to
enhance the student growth in engineering
and environmental majors and continue to
provide opportunities for future FGCU stu-
dents," Hehl said.
The Physical Plant department at FGCU
provides campus operations and mainte-
nance. The department staff is actively in-
volved with students, employing over 100
student workers since 1997, including 49
work study and 13 international students.


Caloosa Belle/Patty Brant

Welcome, Dr. Geake
Seacoast Bank hosted a "meet and greet" for Dr. John Geake April 6. On staff
at Hendry Regional Medical Center since 1996, Dr. Geake also was in private
practice in Moore Haven for three years. He was recently named Medical Di-
rector of the Hendry Regional Convenient Care Center in LaBelle. Dr. Geake
is flanked by Office Manager Sandi Rodriguez, left, and Director of Physi-
cians Practice Lynn Chiavelli.



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Obituaries


Ted Cisnero Jr., 83
LABELLE -Ted Cisnero Jr., age 83, of La-
Belle, passed away April 12, 2010, in Fort Myers.
He was born Dec. 17, 1926, in Texas, the son
of the late Ted and Isabelle Cisnero. He served
in the both the Air Force And Army. He was a
member of Our Lady Queen of Heaven Catholic
Church and VFW Post#10100 in LaBelle.
Survivors include his wife, Elidia (Herrera) Cis-
nero; brothers, Joe and Jesse Cisnero; sisters,
Mary Lou Herrera, Frances Pena, and Petra Cis-
nero; children, Bernard (Ester), Roseanne, Isa-
belle, and Delores Cisnero; step children, Felix,
Rudy, Max, Robert, Ramiro Humberto and Jose
Gonzalez, Sofia and Solia Rodriguez, Pam Rami-
rez; Margarita Gallegos, Alicia Rhodes; grand-
children, Ramon Rodriguez III, Cyndy
Hernandez, Celina Peterson, Rodrigo and Ste-
ven Ramirez, Krystal Akers, Riko, Stephanie and
Ricky Rodriguez, Sophia Gallegos, Rudy Galle-
gos Jr, Sonia Burnside, Sarah Backes, Darcy and
Matthew Gonzalez, Heather, Hannah and Va-
nessa Gonzalez, Tyler and Marinna Rhodes,
Abygail and Zakary Gonzalez, Michelle Ramsey,
Connie, Hopie and Johnny Cisnero, Jesse Sel-
lars, Robert Gailbreth, Estella, Ester, Mary Jo,
Mario and Josefina Medina, Lisa Cisnero, Lucy
Murphy, Ted, Teresa, Sonny Jo and Johnny Cis-
nero; and many great-grandchildren. He was
preceded in death by his children, Ted Cisnero


III, and Mary Medina.
Funeral services will be 10 a.m., Friday, April
16, at Our Lady Queen Of Heaven Catholic
Church in LaBelle with Father Chester Domas-
zewicz officiating. Interment will follow in Fort
Denaud Cemetery, LaBelle. Visitation will be
Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. at Akin-Davis Funeral
Home in LaBelle. Florist is Hall Street Florist -
863-675-4484
Arrangements by Akin-Davis Funeral Home -
LaBelle.


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LISTINGS WELCOME!


MANUFACTURED
HOMES
$22,0OWNa n the city
lim Bank
For = As Is.
$42,900 3/2 very clean
home. Forclosure. Make
offer.
$49,999 4/2 in
Tanglewood Oaks S/D.
Close to schools
$64,900 New MH on 1/2
ac off SR29
$89,000 3/2 in Moore
Haven Yacht Club 1200
Sq Ft.
$117,000 4/2 Newer
MH on 1/2 Ac, Seller
Motivated.
REDUCED! $119,000 -
3/2 on 2 1/2 Ac Recent
Updates 1436 Sq Ft.
$130,000 Newer 3/2 on
a nicely located 5 ac. par-
cel in Muse.
$375,000 3/2 on 30 Ac
in Muse, Oaks, Creek, &
Great Pasture.
HOMES
$35,000 Super cute, 2/1
block home w/galvalume
roof. Short Sale
$39,000 UN2 ibN Dain-
tained A g e
2/2 .5
$42,000 3/1 Concrete
Block Home. Perfect
starter home or invest-
ment.
$56,500 Seller will pay
$2,500 toward repairs or
closing costs. In the city,
corner lot. 3/2
$65,000 Priced
Approved! Concrete
block, 3/2 built in 2005.
Call Today!
$74,000 2/2 in Port
LaBelle, large porch.
$129,000 3/2 Modular,
Make Offer.
$16s Il III1 3+/-
acres~lvi v HH"
$179,900 4/2 in Muse
Country Cabin on 2+ Ac.
$225,000 3/2 in Gated
Riverbend Estates, Seller
says Make Offer.
$299,000 Country home
on 5 Ac. many updates,
newer roof, over 2,000 sq.
ft. & 2 car garage.
Unbelievable Reduced!
$309,000U DElRpgrades
adorngnN4a R Pool
Home w/outbuildings,
riding arena, 13 Ac.
$469,000 3/2 Superior
quality pool home in Oak
Haven Estates. Caged
pool with waterfall, and
1200 sq.ft. garage/work-
shop on fenced and gated
2.5 ac.
COMMERCIAL/
INDUSTRIAL
$89,900 1/2 Acre
Commercial Lot on Davis St.
$199,000 Vacant 2 ac.
on SR 80, just west of
town


$200,000 State Road 80
Corner 1/2 Ac, B-1 w/bill-
board income.
$240 6t , sq. ft.
han j d access.
I-2.
REDUCED $299,000 -
Short Sale! 2 Steel Bldgs,
over 8000 Sq. Ft. Zoned
PUD on 2+ Ac.
REDUCED $295,000 1
ac on Main St., busy
downtown location
w/older bldg.
$399,000 4.5Ac, 2400
Steel Bldg Industrial,
Possible Lease Option.
$550,000 5 Ac +/-
Industrial. Will split,
Cleared & Filled, Seller
Financing.
WATERFRONT
$49,000 3/2 MH in
River Oaks/Ortona, now
waterfront!
$139,900 Over 1 ac. on
the main river, F Denaud
Rd.
$189,000 Manufac-
tured home on 1 ac.,
Ortona
$192,500 Old Ft.
Denaud 1 Ac.
$199,000 Hidden
Hammock 1 Ac w/dock.
$395,000 High
Elevation with long views,
5 Ac.
$389,000 3/2 Super CBS
River Home w/pool on
Oxbow w/dock on double
lot.
$499,000 Eagle Point
lAc Deep Water &
Protected Harbor w/ Lg
Dock.
$425,000 3/4 in Ft.
Denaud on 2.6+/- ac with
228 ft. riverfront.
$550,000 Spectacular 7
Ac Pasture w/Oaks, 500
Ft on the River. Great
investment, future land
use 3 units per ac.
LOTS & LAND
$4,900 Moore Haven
Yacht Club lot
$5,900 Port Labelle
Lots, Seller financing
$7,000 Ortona home-
site, eS IM 11ewer
availa i'-e
$8,900 Mobile home
lots, south of town
$13,5 6 c in
Mont in
$39,900 2.2 Ac Rural
Residential Fenced
$65,000 4.2 ac. on
Fernwood. Great buy!
Well, septic & pad in
place.
$100,000 2.5 Ac Hwy
27, Clewiston
$125,000 Ft Denaud
Acres, 8 ac. private loca-
tion
$495,000 Development
Potential Platted lots on
16+/- Ac.


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Beverly Curtis and Wayne Simmons,


MANUFACTURED HOMES


$109,000
* 4BR/2BA M/
Convenient to t(
*3BR/2BAdoul
ac $99,900


$100,000
ide M/H on2


cited to LaBelle $69,000
COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL


1 2BR/2BA
$1,100/m
* BBR/2BA


e landuse $975,000.
acs commercial property
Vay frontage $575,000.
with a Future! 90 acre in
ts offering 200 ON SR 80
NNG $289,000
office and additional site,
block off SR 80 $200,000.
e industrial parcel on
op $150,000
Rental
Riverfront pool home -
Port LaBelle $750/m


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* Need more "living" room? 2,152 sq ft of
luxurious living. This 4BR/2B home on 10+/-
acs has it all, spacious family room, master
suite w/ office, covered porch, and fencing
for horses. This one is a steal @ only
$250,000

HOMES
* Riverfront Immaculate 3/2 waterway
estate on 1.14+/- acres outside of LaBelle.
Home is 2,425 sq. ft. of living area with over-
spacious kitchen, pantry, screened pool and a
1,944 sq. ft. workshop with office, bath and a
generator compressor room. $795,000.
* Horse lovers welcome! 4/2.5 on 3.24+/- in
Port LaBelle Ranchettes. 2,500 sq. ft of living
area, 2 car garage, wrap around porch and
more. $335,000.
* Corporate owned! Im te home locat-
ed in city limits of L a ,l ith courtyard
style pool, detlC9BIN RAGld surface
counter tops and much more. $199,500.
* Corporate owned! 2004 CBS home on
4.98+/- acres located west of LaBelle.
Ceramic tile, fireplace, spacious rooms &
much more. $189,900.
* Corporate owned! 3/2 2006 CBS home in
move in re O itIllit located in
Clewiston. $109,900.
* Corportate ow r tBS home on
.50+/- acre in L t arage with
over 3,400+/- sM L i $96,000.
* Corporate owned! 3/2 CBS pod
home on .497+/, WElehigh Acres.
Ceramic tilOlI lRACT kitchen,
den/office and lots more. $92,900.
* Corporate owned! 4/2 CBS home on 95+/-
of an acre. Located between Clewiston and
LaBelle. $89,900
* Cozy 2/1 in Port LaBelle. Completely
redone form top to bottom. Have to
see! $70,000.
* Corporate owned! Handy man special


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located in City of Clewiston. Needs some
TLC. $69,900.
* Lehigh Acres 3/2 2007 CBS home
w/2 car garage, ceramic tile, and spacious
kitchen. $59,900.
* Corporate owned! 4/2 in Lehigh Acres
located off Bell Blvd. 2005 CBS home with
over lm500+/- sq. of living area. $57,000
Corporate own Bl( CBS home in
Lehigh Acres t i cfeds minor
repairs. $56,90o '
* Corporate owned! 3/2 2008 CBS home
that is 95% complete. Home needs to be
completed and does not have certificate of
occupancy $47,500.
* Corpop kMfl6>l ove
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* Corporate own1 % ggfi home in Lehigh
Acres. Spacio r i .te den and
much, much more,$2, )ui0'
* Corporate own fD[ f home located
centrally in I &iai o shopping
and schools, $$ "
* Corporate owa good condition
located in des ir i Subdivision
in Lehigh Acre
* Corporate ove_ lote i teh heart of
Lehigh Acres, c l ind shopping.
$25,000.
* Corporate owned! 2/2 Handyman special.
Located in Moore Haven. $24,900.
* Great investment potential! 1BR/1B home
on a corner lot. Homes needs some work...
but is priced to sell. $17,000.
MOBILE HOMES
* Need more "living" room? 2,152 sq ft of
luxurious living. This 4BR/2B home on 10+/-
acs has it all, spacious family room, master
suite w/ office, covered porch, and fencing
for horses. This one is a steal @ only
$250,000
* Size will surprise you! 2BR/2B home on
10+/- acres is very well kept. Features a warm
comfortable living room w/gas fireplace, spa-
cious kitchen, front & real covered porches.
$250,000
* Immaculate 4/2 on 9.54 acres. Spacious liv-
ing room, family room w/fireplace, large mas-
ter suite, lots, lots of more. $154,900.
* Country living at its best! 3/2 on 2.30+/-
acres outside city of LaBelle. Over spacious


kitchen & mastr bath. New carpet through
out home. $149,900.
* 3/2 manufactured home on 4+/- acres in
Muse. Partially cleared and fenced.
$145,000.
* Relax the rural way! Situated on 1.25 acs in
growing Montura, beautiful new 2006 3/2
manufactured home. SELLER FINANCING
AVAILABLE! $129,900
* Two for the price of one on 1 ac. 3/2 well
maintained manufactured home + a 2/2
manufactured home. $100,000
* Want country living without the long drive
to the city? Get the best of both worlds with
this 3BR/2BA home on 2.29+/- acres on Case
Road. $97,000.
* Immaculate 3/2 located in City of LaBelle
on oversized lot, features woodlike flooring
and carpet, master bath has tiled shower,
overspacious kitchen and much much more.
Priced to sell at $69,900.
* Let's make a deal! 3/2 home features built
in cabinets, large master bath, spacious
kitchen, and plenty of elbow room. Outside
you will find a fenced yard and storage shed.
$69,000
* 4/2 manufactured home located in
Immokalee near schools and shopping.
$55,000.
* Affordable starter 3/1.5 on corner lot in
Moore Haven. $50,000.
Call about our vacant land!
LOTS
* 2.72+/- partially fenced acreage in Muse.
$75,000.
* .29 +/- acre in Belmont S/D. Priced to sell
at only $42,000. Possible seller financ-
ing.
* Buy now, build later Nice city lot in
Belmont subdivision. $35,000.
* Nice 1.25+/- ac, in Montura $8,000.
* 2 Montura lots- $5,500 each
* Call about our Port LaBelle lots!
COMMERCIAL
* Prime 20+/- ac potential commercial par-
cel located near West Glades Elem. in Muse
&just minutes away from LaBelle. $3.50 per
sq ft.
* Invest now build later! Corner lot outside
citylimits near town. $85,000.


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* A GREAT HOME ON ACREAGE! This spacious (2,342 Sq. Ft.
under air) home on is simply beautiful! With formal living &
dining rooms, family room, 4BR all with walk in closets, a huge
kitchen with all stainless steel appliances, solid surface count-
er tops in kitchen and baths, upgraded lighting fixtures and
fans. All of this and more located on a cleared 2.5 +/- acres
with a nond and several onthuildings. 179.900


* CAN'T RESIST! This 2.31+/- acres with lovely oaks and a well
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Submitted photos/Bobbie Spratt
Above: The LaBelle High School tennis
team refused to give up, giving it their
all at the Second Annual Lob Chop
Tournament recently.


LHS tennis comes on strong
The Second Annual Lob Chop Score (LHS) Tennis Tournament was a huge success.
There were over 30 players participating in the originally two-day event. All singles took
place on Saturday, March 27, and the mixed doubles were started on Sunday, March 28,
However, heavy rains forced the match to be called until Saturday, April 3. All partici-
pants enjoyed lively and competitive tennis, some matches lasting three hours.
A special thank you to the tournament sponsors, Akin-Davis Funeral Home. Higgin-
botham & Soud, Lions Den Gaming Room, Lyons Printing, New Horizon Real Estate and
Pittman Electric.
The Rec Department was invaluable in making the event a solid success.The winners
included: in the Intermediate Division for Women Ariel Kosh and in the Advanced Division
for Women Cecila Smith; in the Intermediate Division for Men Lucas Talada and in the
Advanced Division for Men Danny Nelson; in Mixed Doubles Rachel Boy and Cory Mundy
are repeat winners from last year.


Cowboys sparkle on th
The LaBelle Cowboy Varsity Baseball ceived a stellar performance from Austin
Team improved its season record to 12-4 this Garcia with his arm and his bat as LaBelle
past week with three straight wins. beat the Indians from Immokakee 12-1 in
On Wednesday, April 7, the Cowboys LaBelle.
used a 15-hit assault and another outstand- The tough-throwing righty allowed only
ing pitching performance from sophomore one hit over 5 innings while striking out 4
Steven Sodrel as they dominated the Light- to earn his fourth victory of the year n the
ning from LeHigh 14-1 in LaBelle. mound. Garcia also took things into his own
Senior Angel Alvarez continued his tor- hands with the bat as he crushed a double
rid hitting going 3-for-4 with a double and and 3-run homer. He also scored 3 runs and
2-run homer. Freshman Tyler O'Ferrell was had 3 RBIs on the night.
3-for-3 with a double and 3 RBIs. Junior Josh Senior Frankie Self added a 3-for-3 night
McCardel and freshman Austin Garcia also to the offense while Steven Sodrel went
added doubles for the Cowboys. 2-for-4 with 3 RBIs. Sophomore Bo Meador
Southpaw Steven Sodrel kept the Light- chipped in with a double for the Cowboys.
ning off balance all night at the plate, giving On Friday, April 9, the Cowboys took their
up only 2 hits over five innings while striking hot hitting on the road to Belle Glade and
out 7. pounded out a season high 17 hits to tame
On Thursday, April 8, the Cowboys re- the Gators of Glades Day, 15-2.


e diamond
Steven Sodrel started the hitting barrage
with a 2-run homer in the first inning and
finished the day going 3-for-4 with 4 RBIs.
Austin Garcia smacked his second homer
in two days in the fourth inning while finish-
ing 3-for-4 with another double, 3 RBIs and
3 runs scored.
Frankie Self also had another 3-for-3 af-
ternoon in his second straight game while
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a double. Bo Meador contributed to the of-
fense going 2-for-4 with a double and two
runs scored. Angel Alvarez and junior Al
Moreno also crushed doubles for the Cow-
boys.
Josh McCardel got the victory on the hill
going four innings, giving up five hits and
two runs while striking out four.


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Intermediate Division


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Interest in LSN grows
Interest in the LaBelle Sports Network
(LSN) continues to grow. With the local
youth baseball and softball seasons kick offs,
LSN is excited to announce a Community
Share Program in which leagues can earn
money simply by submitting their results to
our Web site.
"We really want to give back to the
leagues, coaches and teams that are con-
tributing content to the LaBelle Sports Net-
work," said Patty Brant, Editor of the Caloo-
sa Belle.
Launched earlier this year LSN is the Ca-
loosa Belle's free Web site devoted to youth,
recreation and leisure sports. The site pro-
vides local coaches with the opportunity to
display information regarding their teams
results, photographs, rosters, statistics, game
reports -on the organization's LSN league
and team page for public viewing.
Under the Community Share Program,
20 cents from every dollar coming from lo-
cal LSN Web site advertising will be shared
with the participating organizations of LSN.
Points will be earned each time an orga-
nization submits results to LSN. At month's
end, the points earned will be tallied and
each participating organization or league
will receive its share of the revenue, to be
distributed on a quarterly basis.
Each participating organization will re-
ceive some share. In addition, if you refer a
local business that becomes a sponsor, 10
percent of that advertiser's monthly fee goes
directly to your organization. And, your
group will continue to earn points toward
that advertiser's remaining 10 percent of the
Community Share monthly pool.
Organizations interested in joining LSN
should contact Renee Hawley at rhawley@
communitysportsdesk.com or call 1-888-
853-7904, ext. 226. LSN can be accessed
by visiting www.newszap.com, clicking on
your community tab, highlighting "Sports"
on the upper right part of the page and click-
ing on "LaBelle Sports Network."
The community share sponsors that
we would like to thank for LSN include
Forrey Grill. Langford Ford, New Hori-
zons, Nisbet Enterprises, Randy's Ga-
rage and U-Save Supermarket.

Sports Shorts

Coed softball
The LHS volleyball team will host its sec-
ond Annual Adult Coed softball Tournament
Saturday, May 29, at Davis Pratt Park. Entry
fee $150 per team plus two games balls.

Flag football for Relay
Teams needed for the Heather Marie Fry
Flag Football Tournament, a fundraiser for
Relay for Life. Adult teams: $300 sponsorship
- men high school age and up; winning team
gets a trophy; Elementary teams: $100 spon-
sorship co-ed, kids must be in elementary
school; winning team gets a trophy. Games
begin at 8 a.m. Bring the whole family for
games, food, bounce houses. It all happens
at the Soccer Fields behind the Rec Dept. For
rules and information call Tony Tolar at 673-
5739 or Ramiro Rodriguez at 675-5347. Look
for information on the skate park project!


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Submitted photo/ Teresa Hamil of Picture This Photography.
LaBelle Little League offers youngsters a chance to learn sportsmanship, being part of a team while having fun.


LaBelle Little League all about growing and learning


LABELLE, Fla. (CSD) As an elementary
school teacher for the past 11 years, Tammy
Kay Bass understands the importance of
nurturing kids in the classroom.
"The same thing applies on the baseball
and softball fields," said Bass, who has been
involved with LaBelle Little League for those
same 11 years and has served as President
of the organization for the past year.
"I originally got started in it because my
son played Little League, but as a teacher
I see the need in the community for con-
tinuing to be involved in kids' lives. I love
to watch them grow and learn. Plus, I love
baseball."
For LaBelle Little League baseball, there
are four coed Tee-Ball teams (ages 4-5),
five Rookies teams (6-7), six Minors squads
(8-11), four Majors teams (9-12), three Ju-
niors squads (13-15) and one Seniors team
(13-16). For softball, there are two Minors
teams (ages 7-8), two Majors teams (9-12)
and two Seniors teams (13-16).
The regular season goes from March
through mid-May, at which time All-Star
teams are selected for the Minors divisions
and older. They begin district play in late
June. Last season, the LaBelle Little League
Majors Boys All-Star team (ages 10-11) won
the district championship to advance to the
regional.
Baseball and softball home games are
played at the Davis-Pratt Park Field. The Ju-
niors play in the southeast corner of the park,
the Minors and Majors in the northwest cor-
ner, the softball teams in the northeast cor-
ner and the Tee-Ball and Rookies teams on
the back field in the southwest corner. Some
of the teams also travel to square off with
other district teams, including as far as Fort
Myers some 45 miles away.
Other board members include Kim Per-
kins, Vice President for Baseball; Denise
Rodrigues, Vice President for Softball; Keith
Hall, Treasurer; Sherri Rosbough, Secre-
tary; Kandi Pascher, Player Agent; Stephen
Spooner, Coaches Coordinator; Joe Leon,


Equipment Manager; Marty Howell, Chief
Umpire for Baseball; Scott White, Chief Um-
pire for Softball; and Michael Burton, Safety
Officer.
Bass says that LaBelle Little League is
very big on sportsmanship.
"That's huge for us," she said. "Every


year we get all the coaches together at the
beginning of the season and go over those
kinds of things. The most important thing
is to learn to lose with dignity and win with
dignity." For more information about LaBelle
Little League, visit http://www.eteamz.com/
LaBelleLittleLeagueInc/index.cfm.


.'X" n a $25
Gift Certificate to
Forrey's Grill
The LaBelle Sports Network and the Caloosa Belle, announces a
photo contest for the best community sports photograph posted
to our online sports website -To visit the LaBelle Sports Network
online, go to newszap.com, click on the LaBelle homepage, then
the Sports tab in the upper right. Photos must be posted on the
site by May 1st and will be judged by the editorial team of the
Caloosa Belle and Community Sports Desk. Winner and winning
photo will appear in the paper. Interested teams and leagues can
go directly to the site, or contact Renee Hawley by e-mail at
rhawley@communitysportsdeskcom or by phone at 888-853-
7904 for a demonstration or to get started.


April 15, 2010


Caloosa Belle






School Briefs


LMS plans SAC meeting
LMS invites the community to its last SAC
Committee meeting Wednesday, April 21, at
5 p.m. in the LMS front office. Topics on the
agenda are as follows: purchases through
SAC for next school year and the school sur-
vey results.

School district to host sale
There will be a yard sale, this Saturday,
April 17, from 8 a.m. to noon at Upthegrove
Elementary School. This sale will take place
on the Main Street side of the UES under the
oaks. We have been accepting some very
nice donations during the past few weeks.
Come by and see what wonderful items we
have for sale at a fraction of their original
cost. All proceeds will be used to meet the
needs of students participating in the athletic
events at LaBelle High School. It is not too
late to make additional donations of your
large and small items that you no longer
need, but can be used by someone else. All
we ask is that donations be clean and in rea-
sonable good and still useful condition. No
donation is too small nor too large. You may
bring these items to LaBelle High School be-
tween the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.
Arrangements can be made to pick up larg-
er items or items that you cannot drop off.
Please contact Mel Greenleaf or Dave Kelley


at LaBelle High School for more information
or to schedule a pick up time for your dona-
tion.

AP night at LHS
LHS is holding an AP Information Night
at LaBelle High School on Thursday, April
22, at 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium. This ses-
sion will include a speaker from the College
Board, presentations from AP teachers and a
chance for parents and students to meet and
talk with AP teachers after the presentations.
Counselors and administrators will be avail-
able to talk to 9th graders and their parents
about their schedules for next year.

Help with Project Graduation
The next meeting Project Graduation
meeting will be on April 20, at 7: p.m. at
LaBelle High School. Meetings will be every
two weeks from then till graduation. Please
contribute to this worthy cause. Project
Graduation will be Saturday, June 5. If you
have any questions, please call Ken Pickles
at LaBelle High School at (863) 674-4120.

Prepare for SAT/ACT
Free SAT/ACT prep classes will be held at
LHS Saturday mornings from 8:00-11:00 on
April, 17, 24, May 1, 8, 15 and 22. Sign up in
Guidance!


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COES receives Target grant
Country Oaks Elementary School was awarded a Target Field Trip grant in the
amount of $800. The grant supplemented the cost for the first grade classes to
go to the Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium in Fort Myers on March 17 and
18. The Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium offers trails through Florida's
natural habitat, a Living Natural History Museum, a live animal show and a plan-
etarium. The students viewed a show in the planetarium called "Rusty Rocket's
Last Blast," which gave them a glimpse of our solar system. They also learned
valuable information about alligators and tortoises and were even able to touch
them. These experiences support the Florida Sunshine State Standards.

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Speak up for kids
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Angela Boykin, Volunteer Supervisor, at 863-674-4190, for more information or see www.
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**OFFICIAL**
NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION
I, Kurt S. Browning, Secretary of State of the State of Florida, do hereby
give notce that a GENERAL ELECTION will be held in GLADES County, State
of Florida, on the SECOND day of NOVEMBER, 2010, A.D., to fill or retain
the following offices:
United States Senator
Representatve in Congress: District 16
Florida Cabinet -Governor
Florida Cabinet Lieutenant Governor
Florida Cabinet Attorney General
Florida Cabinet -Chief Financial Officer
Florida Cabinet Commissioner of Agriculture
State Attorney: Judicial Circuit 20
Public Defender: Judicial Circuit 20
State Representatve: District 77
Supreme Court: Retention of Four Justices
Second District Court of Appeal: Retention of Seven Judges
Circuit Judge, Twentieth Judicial Circuit: Groups 7, 10, 12, 13, 15, 16 and 22
Port LaBelle Community Development District: Seats 1, 3 and 5
School Board: Districts 1, 4 and 5
County Commissioner: Districts 2 and 4
Glades Soil and Water Conservation District: Groups 2, 3, 4 and 5
Moore Haven Mosquito Control District: Seat 2
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**OFICIAL**
ANUNCIO DE ELECCIONES GENERALES
Yo, Kurt S. Browning, Secretario de Estado del Estado de Florida, por el pre-
sente anuncio que se Ilevaran a cabo ELECCIONES GENERALES en el Con-
dado de HENDRY, Estado de Florida, el dia DOS de NOVIEMBRE de 2010, d.
C. para determinar la ocupaci6n o la retenci6n de los siguientes cargos:
Senador de los Estados Unidos
Representante ante el Congreso: Distrits 16 y 23
Gabinete del Estado de Florida Gobernador
Gabinete del Estado de Florida Vicegobernador
Gabinete del Estado de Florida Procurador General
Gabinete del Estado de Florida Tesorero
Gabinete del Estado de Florida Comisionado de Agricultura
Procurador Estatal: Circuito Judicial 20
Abogado de Oficio: Circuito Judicial 20
Representante Estatal: Distrito 77
Tribunal Supremo: Retenci6n del cargo de cuatro jueces
Tribunal de Apelaciones del Segundo Distrito: Retenci6n del cargo de
siete jueces
Juez de Circuito, Vigesimo Circuito Judicial: Grupos 7, 10, 12, 13, 15, 16 y
Distrito de Control del Agua de East Count (Condado Este): Bancas 2 y 4
Distrito de Desarrollo Comunitario de Port LaBelle: Bancas 1, 3 y 5
Consejo Escolar: Distritos 1, 3 y 5
Comisionado del Condado: Distritos 2 y 4
Autoridad del Hospital del Condado de Hendry: Distritos 2 y 4
Distrito de Conservacion de Suelos y Aguas de Hendry: Grupos 1, 3 y 5
350002 CB 04/01,15/10


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REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS,
CONSTRUCTION MANAGER AT RISK,
HENDRY COUNTY GOVERNMENT OFFICE
BUILDING, CLEWISTON, FLORIDA
BID No. 2010-15
OPENING DATE AND TIME: 2:00 p.m., May 4,2010
Hendry County is inviting licensed and qualified construction management
professionals to submit proposals for consideration to provide construction
management services for the Hendry County Government Office building.
Individuals and firms properly registered in the State of Florida are encour-
aged to submit their qualificabons for consideration. All submittals (See
Part IV, Submission Requirements) received in response to this RFQ will be
reviewed by an Evaluabon Committee. In order to be considered, bids
must be received by the Board of County Commissioners at the C.E. Hall
Building (Clerk's Office) in the Hendry County Courthouse Complex, 25 E.
Hickpochee Ave., LaBelle, Florida 33935, by May 4, 2010 at 2.00 PM EST, at
which ime all responses to this request will be recorded in the presence of
one or more witnesses.
A copy of the RFQ Instructions, Specifications and Bid Documents can be
obtained from the office of the Hendry County Purchasing Department, lo-
cated at 165 S. Lee Street, LaBelle, Florida (for pick up), Post Office Box
2340, LaBelle, FL 33975 (mailing address), or by calling (863) 675-5220 or
(863) 983-1585. Instructions and RFQ documents will be emailed upon re-
quest; however, Hendry County will not guarantee the accuracy or com-
pleteness of documents sent via email.
This solicitation does not commit Hendry County to award any contracts, t
pay any costs incurred in the preparation of a response to this RFQ, or to
contract for any services. The County reserves the right to reject any or all
submittals received as a result of this solicitation, or to cancel in part or in
its entrety this RFQ, if it is in the best interest of the County to do so.
Hendry County
Janet Taylor, Chairwoman
Board of County Commissioners
350022 CB/CN 4/1,15/10


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**OFFICIAL**
NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION
I, Kurt S. Browning, Secretary of State of the State of Florida, do hereby
give notice that a GENERAL ELECTION will be held in GLADES County, State
of Florida, on the SECOND day of NOVEMBER, 2010, A.D., to fill or retain
the following offices:
United States Senator
Representative in Congress: District 16
Florida Cabinet Governor
Florida Cabinet Lieutenant Governor
Florida Cabinet Attorney General
Florida Cabinet Chief Financial Officer
Florida Cabinet Commissioner of Agriculture
State Attorney: Judicial Circuit 20
Public Defender: Judicial Circuit 20
State Representative: District 77
Supreme Court: Retention of Four Jusices
Second District Court of Appeal: Retenton of Seven Judges
Circuit Judge, Twenteth Judicial Circuit: Groups 7, 10, 12, 13, 15, 16 and 22
Port LaBelle Community Development District: Seats 1, 3 and 5
School Board: Districts 1,4 and 5
County Commissioner: Districts 2 and 4
Glades Soil and Water Conservaon District: Groups 2, 3, 4 and 5
Moore Haven Mosquito Control District: Seat 2
348473 CGS & CB 04/01,15/10


NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
HENDRY COUNTY CONSTRUCTION LICENSING BOARD
Notce is hereby given that the Hendry County Construction Licensing Board
will hold a meeting Thursday, April 22, 2010 at 5:00 p.m., at the Hendry
County Courthouse, Commission Chambers, 25 East Hickpochee Avenue,
Labelle, Florida. The meeting is open to the public. The meeting site is ac-
cessible by the disabled.
If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the board,
agency, or commission with respect to any matter considered at
such meeting or hearing, he or she will need a record of the pro-
ceedings, and that, for such purpose, he or she may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to
be based.
350981 CB/CN 4/15/10


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO ADOPT PROPOSED AMENDMENTS
TO THE HENDRY COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE
Notce is hereby given that a public hearing will be held by the Hendry
County Board of County Commissioners on April 27, 2010, 5:05 p.m.
Emergency Operations Center, 425 W SR 80, LaBelle, Florida.
Copies of the files and information regarding the petition are available for
public inspection at the Hendry County Planning and Zoning Department
165 South Lee Steet, LaBelle, Florida, and may be viewed Monday through
Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the Board with respect
to any matter considered at such meeting or hearing, he/she will need a
record of the proceedings, and that, for such purpose, he/she may need tc
ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record in-
cludes the testmony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
Applicant: Hendry County Board of County Commissioners
Ordinance Title: AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS-
SIONERS OF HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE HENDR)
COUNTY CODE OF ORDINANCES, SPECIFICALLY SECTION 1-53-6.16; TC
MAKE VARIOUS CHANGES TO THE REGULATIONS GOVERNING MINING;
PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION, IN-
CLUSION IN CODE, AND SCRIVENERS ERRORS; AND PROVIDING AN EF
FECTIVE DATE.
Janet B. Taylor, Chairwoman
Hendry County Board of County
Commissioners
351004 CB/CN 4/15/10


PORT LABELLE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT
Notice of Re uest for Proposals (RFP) Audit Services
Port LaBelle Community Development District is seeking proposals from
qualified certified public accountants/firms to provide audibng services for
the financial audits of the 2009-2010 fiscal year and the next two fiscal
years thereafter. Proposals must be presented in substantial compliance
with the specifications contained in the Request For Proposals for such ser-
vices which can be obtained from the District, Phone (863) 675-5770, Fax
(863) 675-9297, E-mail PLCDD1aol.com. The deadline for submission of
Proposals is Monday, May 10, 2010 at 3:00 P.M. at PO. Box 1605, La-
Belle, FL 33975. (If Hand Delivered: 3293 Dellwood Terrace, LaBelle, FL
33935)
Lester B. Baird, Sr
General Manager
350507 CB/CGS 4/8,15/10


**OFFICIAL**
NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION
I, Kurt S. Browning, Secretary of State of the State of Florida, do hereby
give notice that a GENERAL ELECTION will be held in HENDRY County,
State of Florida, on the SECOND day of NOVEMBER, 2010, A.D., to fill or
retain the following offices:
United States Senator
Representative in Congress: Districts 16 and 23
Florida Cabinet Governor
Florida Cabinet Lieutenant Governor
Florida Cabinet Attorney General
Florida Cabinet Chief Financial Officer
Florida Cabinet Commissioner of Agriculture
State Attorney: Judicial Circuit 20
Public Defender: Judicial Circuit 20
State Representative: District 77
Supreme Court: Retention of Four Jusices
Second District Court of Appeal: Retenton of Seven Judges
Circuit Judge, Twenteth Judicial Circuit: Groups 7, 10, 12, 13, 15, 16 and 22
East County Water Control District: Seats 2 and 4
Port LaBelle Community Development District: Seats 1, 3 and 5
School Board: Districts 1, 3 and 5
County Commissioner: Districts 2 and 4
Hendry County Hospital Authority: Districts 2 and 4
Hendry Soil and Water Conservation District: Groups 1, 3 and 5
348451 CGS/CB 04/01,15/10


Lakeport Water Association, Inc.
Notice of Intent to Apply
For Federal Assistance
Lakeport Water Association, Inc. is complying with the requirements of
7CFR 1780.19(a) by publishing this Notice of Intent to Apply for a loan
and grant from the USDA, Rural Utilities Service. This project will consist of
payment of a connecton fee to the Seminole Tribe of orida to continue
procuring potable water and infrastructure upgrades.
Written comments may be directed to:
Attn. Jeff Ussery, Utility Director
Lakeport Water Association, Inc.
1507 Red Barn Road
Moore Haven, FL 33471
350776 ON 4/14,21 CB/CGS 4/15,22/10


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN:
Gene W Anderson, 3013 E Briarwood Cir, LaBelle, FL
Rodney D Cotton, Davidson Rd, Clewiston, FL
Marvin W Hines, 301S Gloria St, Clewiston, FL
Walter Little, 360 Clay St, LaBelle, FL
Donna L Renfroe, 1214 Nobles Rd, LaBelle, FL
You are hereby notified that your eligibility to vote is in question. You are
required to contact the Supervisor of Electons, in Hendry County, Florida
no later than thirty (30) days after the date of this published notce to re
ceive the information regarding the basis for your potential ineligibility and
the procedure to resolve this matter Failure to respond may result in a
determination of ineligibility by the Supervisor, and your name will be re-
moved from the statewide voter registration system. Call 863-983-5230 or
863-983-1592
El Aviso se da por Este Medio:
Este aviso es para usted que su eligibilidad de votar esta en cuestion. Ust
ed tiene que comunicarse con el Supervisor de Elecciones, del condado de
Hendry, Florida, antes de 30 dias despues de la fecha de este anuncio publi
cado para recibir la informacion al respecto de su inelegibilidad potencial
procedimiento de resolver este caso. Si no responde, puede dar lugar a
una determinacion dela ineligibilidad por el Supervisor, y su nombre sere
quitado del sistema estatal del registro de votantes. telephone
863-983-5230 or 863-983-1592.
Lucretia A. Strickland
Supervisor of Elections
PO Box 174
LaBelle, FL 33975
Hendry County, Florida
F.S. 98.075
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**OFFICIAL**
NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION
I, Kurt S. Browning, Secretary of State of the State of Florida, do hereby
give notice that a GENERAL ELECTION will be held in HENDRY County,
State of Florida, on the SECOND day of NOVEMBER, 2010, A.D., to fill or
retain the following offices:
United States Senator
Representative in Congress: Districts 16 and 23
Florida Cabinet Governor
Florida Cabinet Lieutenant Governor
Florida Cabinet Attorney General
Florida Cabinet Chief Financial Officer
Florida Cabinet Commissioner of Agriculture
State Attorney: Judicial Circuit 20
Public Defender: Judicial Circuit 20
State Representative: District 77
Supreme Court: Retention of Four Jusices
Second District Court of Appeal: Retenton of Seven Judges
Circuit Judge, Twenteth Judicial Circuit: Groups 7, 10, 12, 13, 15, 16 and 22
East County Water Control District: Seats 2 and 4
Port LaBelle Community Development District: Seats 1, 3 and 5
School Board: Districts 1, 3 and 5
County Commissioner: Districts 2 and 4
Hendry County Hospital Authority: Districts 2 and 4
Hendry Soil and Water Conservation District: Groups 1, 3 and 5
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS

Notice is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners will hold a public hearing on the following petitions Apil 27, 2010, 505 pm., at the Emergency Operations Center, 425 W SR 80, LaBelle, Florida.
Copies of the files and information regarding the petition are available for public inspection at the Hendry County Planning and Zoning Department, 165 South Lee Street, LaBelle, Florida, and may be viewed Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the Board with respect to any matter considered at such meeting or hearing, he/she will need a record of the proceedings, and that, for such purpose, he/she may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceed-
ings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
Petition Number: RZ09-0009

Applicant: Alico Land Development, Inc., represented by Richard L. Wodruff, DPA, AICP WilsonMiller, Inc.
Ordinance Title: AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF HENDRY COUNTY FLORIDA, GRANTING A ZONING DISTRICT BOUNDARY r
CHANGE FROM GENERAL AGRICULTURE (A-2) TO THE PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT (PUD) ZONING DISTRICT TO ALLOW A SAND MINE AND
ACCESSORY USES ON 866.1 ACRES +/-; PROVIDING FOR CONFLICT, SEVERABILITY; CODIFICATION AND SCRIVENER'S ERRORS; AND AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.

Location: Ken Road, approximately 11 miles east of SR 29. mERI MINE
Property size: 866.1 acres +/-
Request: The applicant is requesting a rezone to PUD, to allow the creation of a sand mine and accessory uses.
Legal desaiption of subject property:
A parcel of land lying whh Sectio 1,2, 11 and 12 TovnsNp 45 Souh, Range 30 East and Setion 36.
Township 44 Soih, Rne 30 s. Hndy County rda and bng moe pticulaiy desied sa id5
BREIN at a ncrete mon.,,,t linrg t the interse of the Ea line of the aforemenioned Section 1 -'' ^ 0 -- --" 1 .--
and 1h Northely rtght-ofway of Keui Rod (100' riht-of-wa) acoiino to Floida Depamnt of
Transportation right-ofway Map Selon No. 0752-151 for fom State Road 832 dted Api 2, 153;
thrence, along said Northery right-f-riy of Ki Red y rihelgong rc3> urss:
1. S.4856'29W.. 8173.53;
2. along the ag of a e0cljci pular concave to North haring for it l ts a rau of
1,859. sfea a central angle of 6759W2(Y a chord dance of 2079.74 feet, a Chotd beamng W|
S-.825'09w., an arn distance 0f2,206. 97 fet;

thence, leaving said Northey right-ofa of Ked Road. N.443O14-E., 5.512.93 feet: tIhnc
feet to a rte monument lin at the ntesaecion of e East i of tne aforementioned Seton and t
tie Northeily right-of-way of Ken Road (loo- right-of-way) and the POIlr OF BEGIE~INNI. ii
Sad parcel wnt rn 8.084 acaes. nore or sse_
PediticaNumb: SE08-0009

Applirt James D. Hull, represented by AIM Engineering & Surveying Inc

Re klktii'f le A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA, GRANTING A SPECIAL EXCEPTION TO ALLOW
EARTH MINING ON 2 ACRES +/- IN THE GENERAL AGRICULTURE (A-2) ZONING DISTRICT.

Lotim: Along the east side ofCR 833, approximately 6 miles south of CR 832.

Property sim 1284 acres +/-; mine site is approximately 2 acres +/-

uest The applicant is requesting a Special Exception to allow the operation of an earth mine operation and to sell the excess material.

LIetdeacriptanirfolect property
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN SECTION 3, TOWNSHIP 46 SOUTH, RANGE 32 EAST, HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA, BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:

COMMENCE ATTHE NORTHEAST CORNER OF SAID SECTION 3; THENCE S8955'48'WALONG THE NORTH LINE OF SAID SECTION 3 FOR 977.49 FEET; THENCE S0004'12"E
LEAVING SAID NORTH LINE FOR 1739.58 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE HEREIN DESCRIBED PARCEL; THENCE S03-11'52'W FOR 219.87 FEET; THENCE
N86408'W FOR 250.00 FEET; THENCE N03 1'52'E FOR 302.85 FEET; THENCE S6826'24'E FOR 263.41FEET TO THE POINTOFBEGINNING. CONTAINING 1.50 ACRES MORE
OR LESS.

BEARINGS ARE BASED UPON THE NORTH LINE OF SECTION 3, TOWNSHIP 46 SOUTH, RANGE 32 EAST HAVING A BEARING OF S8955'48'W


Peitica Number: SE10-0002

Applct Mr. Raul Grimaldo

ReO.K&il n flM A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA, GRANTING A SPECIAL EXCEPTION
TO ALLOW A DAYCARE USE 0.31 ACRES +/- IN THE CONVENIENCE COMMERCIAL (C- ) ZONING DISTRICT.

Loatic: 1222 S. SR 29, LaBelle, FL.

Prpertyaiz 0.31 acres +/-

I equast The applicant is requesting a Special Exception to allow a daycare use.


LIP desaiplim dofbjecd ptprty

LOTS 10, 11, 21, AND 22, BLOCK 4, UCKEYS SUBDIVISION AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 21, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA.


Peitik N numbr SE10-0001 LOCATION MAP.

Apgicant LaBelle Community Seventh-Day Adventist Church, represented by Rock Enterprises, Inc.
RsilkuicnITtl A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA, GRANTING A SPECIAL EXCEPTION TO U -"
ALLOW CHURCH SERVICES AND DAYCARE USES ON 3 ACRES +/- IN THE CONVENIENCE COMMERCIAL (C-l) ZONING DISTRICT. -
Lacexir c 3379 South SR 29, LaBelle, FL
Ptopertys 3 acres+/-
IReqat: The applicant is requesting a Special Exception to allow church services and daycare uses.
Legdl desaii ca cf-ubect proper tt
DESCRIPTION: (FROM OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 625, AT PAGE 44 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA.) The N 1/2 of the SW 1/4 of the SW
1/4 of the NW 1/4, LESS the North 25 feet for road right-f-way in Section 28, Township 43 South, Range 29 East, Hendry County, Florida. Also known as Tacts 13 and 14, LABELLE \
ACRES, unrecorded.
NOTE: THIS DESCRIPTION DOES NOT ACCOUNT FOR LANDS LYING WEST OF THE RIGHT OF WAY FOR STATE ROAD 29. INITIAL RESEARCH INDICATES SAID
LANDS LYING WEST OF THE RIGHT OF WAY FOR STATE ROAD 29 ARE OWNED BY "BOB PAUL, INC."



Janet B. Taylor, Chairwoman
Hendry County Board
of County Commissioners




14 Caloosa Belle April 15, 2010


PUBLIC NOTICE
CHANCE'S TOWING & RECOVERY
WILL SELL THE FOLLOWING VEHI-
CLES BY AUCTION @ 340 N. INDUS-
TRIAL LOOP, LABELLE, FL. 33935 ON
THE FOLLOWING DATES DUE TO
NON-PAYMENT FOR TOWING AND
STORAGE CHARGES. PURSUANT TO
SUB SECTION 713.78 OF THE FLA.
STATUE. CHANCES TOWING & RE-
COVERY RESERVE THE RIGHT TO
ACCEPT OR REJECT ANY AND/OR
ALL BIDS.
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Encore!
Held over for an encore presentation
The Time Machine By H. G. Wells Adapted
by John DeLancie Produced by special ar-
rangement with The Dramatic Publishing
Company of Woodstock, Illinois. Join them
Saturday, April 17, at 7 p.m. for this one-time
encore presentation of The Time Machine.
Please call for reservations $12.00 (863)
675-3066. Firehouse Cultural Center, 241 N.
Bridge St., LaBelle, See you there!

Celebrate Earth Day
The Third Annual Earth Day Celebration
will be held on Thursday, April 22, at the
Soccer field, 800 Jaycee Lions Drive, from
4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Bring the family for lots of
fun and activities. If you have any questions
or need more information, call Ramiro Ro-
driguez @ 863-673-4404 or Norma Gaure at
863-675-5347.


Rummage Sale for Veterans
The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 130
is having a rummage sale on Sat. April 17,
from 7 a.m.-noon. Donations will go to Aux-
iliary programs and benefit veterans. Locat-
ed at 699 SR 80.


Mothers Day in Pioneer
Pioneer Homeowners Association will
have a Mother's Day Pulled Pork Dinner and
Cake Auction on Saturday, May 8, from 5-8
p.m. Bring mom out for a delicious pulled
pork dinner and buy her a homemade cake
for Mother's Day. Cake auction starts at 6
p.m. Dinner includes pulled pork, potato,
vegetable, garlic bread, salad and beverage.
The cost is only $4.50 for adults, $3.50 for
children ages 6-12. Children under 5 eat free.
You may eat in or take it to go. Proceeds go


toward activities at the park. Pioneer Com-
munity Park is located at 910 Panama Ave.
If you would like to donate a cake for the
auction, help in any way, or need directions,
please call Pat Bosley at 983-9544.

Fun at the VFW
VFW Post 10100 presents karaoke Satur-
day, April 17, with 2 Sharps at 5 p.m. Bring a
covered dish.

Food bank planned
The Hendry County Food Bank will
distribute commodities today, Thursday,
April 15, from noon-3 p.m. at The Dallas
Townsend Ag Center.

Drug Free Hendry Coalition
The Drug Free Hendry Coalition meets on
the third Tuesday of each month. Next meet-
ing: Tuesday, April 20, at the Carlson Meth-
odist Church Fellowship Hall, 310 Campbell
Street, beginning at 5 p.m. All residents are
invited. Please contact Jeni Dyess at 863-674-
4041 x143 or Jennifer Dyess@doh.state.
fl.us for more information.

Yummy spaghetti
Enjoy a spaghetti dinner with karaoke
to follow at the Muse Community Associa-
tion Friday, April 23, from 6-8 p.m. at the
Community Center on Loblolly Bay Road.
Pasta and delicious meat sauce prepared by
Glades County Commissioner Donna Storter
Long, with salad, garlic bread, green beans,
dessert, coffee/tea. $7 adults; children under
12 $3.50. Call Diane Cianfrani at 674-0467 for
more information.

Republican women to meet
The Federation of Republican Women of
LaBelle invites all interested ladies to meet
Wednesday, April 21, at 11:30 a.m. at Don's
Steak House. Dutch Treat. Call Maryann Bar-
tlett at 675-7703 for more information.

Tobacco free meeting
Come to the monthly Hendry County
Tobacco-Free Partnership Meeting Tuesday,
April 20, at Carlson Memorial United Meth-
odist Church, 310 Campbell St. 4-5 p.m. Call
Valerie James 674-4140 x 128 for info.

Amnesty Week at library
Barron Library Amnesty Week contin-
ues till April 17. Please return any overdue
library books during that time period and all
of your overdue fees will be waived. Bring
non-perishable food items to be donated to
the Salvation Army.

Set up booth for Mother's Day
Looking for vendors and crafters interest-
ed in setting up a booth at Barron Park for a
Mother's Day Breakfast to benefit the Hen-
dry/Glades Homeless Coalition on Satur-
day, May 8, 8-11 a.m. Vendors must donate
item(s) from their inventory with a value of
$15 or more for a $1 raffle. Proceeds go to
the homeless coalition. A $15 donation can
be substituted. Please call Anna at (863)


675-5356 daytime or (863) 674-0098 nights.

Learn self defense
Carlson Memorial United Methodist
Church is sponsoring a free Women's Self
Defense Awareness class Saturday, April 17,
at 10 a.m. CMUMC is located at 310 Camp-
bell St.

Auxiliary serves meal
American Legion Auxiliary Unit 130 serves
food every Tuesday evening in the main hall
during members only lounge bingo. 4:30-7
p.m. Sandwich or soup $3.50 each, Lunch
plate/dessert $5; desserts $1. (Menu varies
each week). Public welcome; 699 SR 80.


Motorcycle roundup
Something for everyone April 18, 1-5 p.m.
rain or shine. Contests no entry fee. Bike
stuff swap meet buy, sell, trade. Call Kati
239-246-3045 to reserve your spot. It all hap-
pens at the Grandeur Oaks Plaza, SR 80W

Widows to meet
The Widows Support Group will meet
for lunch at the Forrey Grill April 15 at 11;30
a.m. All widows welcome.


Car club holds Cruise-in
The South Central Florida Car will hold its
regular monthly Cruise In Wednesday, April
21, 6-8 p.m. at the Popeye's on SR 80. Open
to all car enthusiasts and owners. Special
drawings. Bring pet food for the Caloosa Hu-
mane Society. Limited number of the Leg-
ends of the Road T-shirts and hats for sale.


Fisheating Creek

campground improvements
Fisheating Creek Campground renova-
tions include a new camp store and visitor
check-in building, repairs to the bathhouses
and a general spruce up. Traffic is rerouted
through an interim visitor check-in. Follow
all signs and instructions when entering
and exiting the campground. A new con-
cessionaire, Fisheating Creek Outpost, Inc.,
is operating at the campground, offering
high quality recreational experiences at the
campground and creek.


Recycle with FCB
Florida Community Bank is collecting
old cell phones with batteries attached to
be distributed to soldiers, inkjets, iPods, la-
ser cartridges, PDA's, cameras, GPS systems,
DVD's and video games; old eyeglasses for
Lions Clubs International and tabs from
aluminum cans to donate to the Ronald
McDonald House. Drop items off at Florida
Community Bank, 155 N Bridge St.

OCA membership meeting
The Ortona Community Association An-
nual Membership Meeting begins at 7 p.m.
Thursday, April 22, at the Ortona Firehouse/
Community Hall to approve bylaws changes
and vote for officers and board members. A
dessert "extravaganza" will follow.


LAKEPORT WATER ASSOCIATION, INC.
REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
ENGINEERING SERVICES
GENERAL SCOPE: The Lakeport Water Association, Inc. requests qualifica-
ions from consulting engineering firms to provide continuing professional
services for its water supply, treatment, storage, and distribution systems.
The work will include, but not be limited to:
1.Assistance with contract negotiations with the Seminole Tribe of Florida
fpr bulk purchase of treated water;
?. Development of alternatives for the Association to provides its own wa-
ter supply and treatment systems;
3.Performance of surveys necessary to locate various components of the
existing distribution system;
. Assistance with distibuo tn system testing to identify locations of exces-
sive water loss;
5. Preparation of plans and specifications for capitol improvement to the
water system;
5. Prearation of documents in support of applications to State and/or Fed-
era agencies for funding of capital improvements;
7.Assistance with preparation of utility rate studies.
SELECTION PROCESS: The consultant will be selected by the Lakeport
Mater Association, Inc. Board of Directors under the guidelines of Chapter
87.055F.S., the Consultants' Competitive Negotiation Act (CCNA). The se-
ection will be based upon the experience and ability of the firm to timely
accomplish the general scope of work. The Association is interested in re-
:eiving submittals from firms with past and current experience with local
projects The Association will negotiate a contract with highest rated firm,
subject to contract terms which may be required by a third party funding
agency.
RFQs are due no later than 5:00 pm April 30, 2010 at the office of the Lake-
tort Water Association, Inc., 1057 Red Barn Rd., Moore Haven, FL 33471.
'rovide seven (7) copies of the submittal.
:ONTACT: Jeff Ussery, Utility Director
1057 Red Barn Road
Moore Haven, FL 33471
Phone: (863) 946-1300
Fax: (863) 946-1300
E-Mail: lakeportwatr @yahoo.com
350775 CB/CGS 4/14,21 ON


NOTICE TO BIDDERS
The Hendry County School District is receiving proposals for Gymnasium
ighting Upgrades at five different school sites. Proposal shall be to remove
le existing Metal Halide high fixtures in each gym and to replace them with
le appropriate number of T5 Fluorescent High Bay Gym fixtures. All fix-
ires to be controlled via occupancy sensors. Contractor shall also replace
ll existing Gym Exit signs with new LED Exit Signs with Battery Backup.
Contractor Qualifications:
Firm shall be a Certified Electrical Contractor in Florida. Copy of li-
cense to be submitted with response.
Firm shall be capable of performing electrical design in the State of
Florida or has the design services performed by a registered engineering
firm as a sub-contractor.
Firm shall be a participating contractor in FPL's Commercial/Industrial
Lighting Rebate Program.
All personnel working on site shall have passed a Jessica Lundsford
Act Level 2 screening.
:ontractor shall provide design, energy and cost saving calculations, all ma-
erial and equipment necessary to remove and replace the existing fixtures.
:ontractor shall dispose of all existing fixtures and provide certificates of
Disposal for HID lamps removed. Work must be done after the normal
;chool day, on weekends, or during the summer break between June 14
and August 9, 2010.
Proposal Requirements:
Descripton and inventory of existing fixtures by area.
Annual energy savings, simple return of capital in years and simple
return on investment per site.
Estimated FPL Rebate per site
Total cost to District per site.
Documentation that they are an FPL approved contractor
Documentation of State of Florida electrical contractor's license.
List of completed project references for similar work performed in
the Florida.
Proof of current insurance as required by the Hendry County School
District.
:ontractor shall visit each site and provide the above referenced design and
:alculaions.
Approved Products: Precision-Paragon #HSG-2x4-4L-T5HO-UL1-MN-
PSH-ST-WA-CA-WG-FP-XLPF.
3ylvania FP54/841/HO/C/ECO
11 bids are due on April 26, 2010 at 3:00 .m. Contractors interested in
submitting proposals should contact Larry Worth, Director of Facilities, and
operations at 863-674-4184 or cell 863-517-1204 to schedule site visits.
351254 CB/CN 4/15/10


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER ADOPTION OF
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE HENDRY COUNTY
SOLID WASTE AND MANDATORY COLLECTION UNIT
AND SOLID WASTE FRANCHISES
Notce is hereby given that the Hendry County Board of County Commis-
sioners will hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday, April 27, 2010, at 5:05 p.m.,
at the Hendry County Emergency Operations Center, Conference Room,
4425 W. SR 80, LaBelle, Florida, to the Hendry County Solid Waste and
Mandatory Collection Unit and Solid Waste Franchises entitled as follows:
AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF
HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE HENDRY COUNTY
CODE OF ORDINANCES, CHAPTER 10, ARTICLE IV., GARBAGE COL-
LECTION AND DISPOSAL, SPECIFICALLY SECTIONS 1-10-61 ES-
TABLISHMENT, ETC., OF SERVICE IN UNINCORPORATED AREAS;
1-10-62, SERVICE FEES; 1-10-63, PURCHASE, RENTAL OR LEASE
OF EQUIPMENT, FACILITIES AND LAND; 1-10-64, CONTRACTS
WITH MUNICIPALITIES; 1-10-65, DISPOSAL OR INCINERATOR
UNITS, USER CHARGES; 1-10-66, FRANCHISES; 1-10-67, EFFECT
OF ARTICLE ON PRE-EXISTING COLLECTORS; AND AMENDING
CHAPTER 1-10, ARTICLE V., SOLID WASTE AND MANDATORY COL-
LECTION UNIT SERVICE AREA, SPECIFICALLY SECTIONS 1-10-81,
CREATION, PURPOSE, DECLARATION OF BENEFIT; 1-10-82,
STATEMENT OF COUNTY INTENT; 1-10-83, DEFINITIONS; 1-10-86,
GENERAL POWERS; 1-10-87, DESCRIPTION OF SERVICE; 1-10-88,
SERVICE MANDATORY PAYMENT FOR SERVICE, CONTAINERS:
1-10-89, ANNUAL GARBAGE AND WASTE COLLECTION SPECIAL
ASSESSMENT, 1-10-91, GARBAGE AND WASTE COLLECTION SER-
VICE CHARGE PRIOR TO INITIATION OF ANNUAL SPECIAL AS-
SESSMENT; 1-10-92, SCOPE OF SPECIAL ASSESSMENT,
DELINQUENCY, LIENS; 1-10-93, CORRECTION OF ERRORS AND
OMISSIONS, PETITION TO BOARD; 1-10-96, RESPONSIBILITIES
OF CONTRACTOR AND CUSTOMER FOR GARBAGE AND WASTE COL-
LECTION; 1-10-99, PENALTIES; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY,
PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION, INCLUSION IN CODE, AND
SCRIVENER'S ERRORS; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
All interested persons may appear and be heard with respect to the pro-
posed ordinance.
If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the Hendry County
Commission with respect to any matter discussed at such meeting, he/she
will need a record of the proceedings, and that, for such purpose, he/she
may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is
to be based.
A copy of the proposed Ordinance is available for inspection on weekdays
between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. at the Office of the County
Attorney, 165 South Lee Street, LaBelle, Florida.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA
Janet B. Taylor, Chairwoman
351251 CN/CB 4/15/10


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367 W. Hickpoochee Ave. LaBelle FL 33935
Phone: (863) 675-0421
E-mail:
ParrishFlamilyChiropractic(gmail.corn
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SFish Fry Friday's Set for April 17


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Tree Trimming
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Bob Cat Service
Stump Removal
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During the past few months, the mem-
bers of the Athletic Department have been
busy collecting items and planning our semi-
annual Yard Sale to benefit the athletes at
LaBelle High School. However, we still need
your help. Clean out your garage and help
the LaBelle High School Athletic Department
in the process! We can accept donated items
any time between now and the date of our
sale. We have an air condition building and
can accept both large and small items. All
we ask of your generous donations are that
they be in good condition and any items of
clothing be washed prior to donation.
We will have this yard sale at Upthegrove
Elementary School on Saturday, April 17, be-
tween 8 a.m. and noon. We may have just
what you are looking for at a fraction of the
original cost.
All proceeds will be used to meet the
needs of students participating in the ath-
letic events at LaBelle High School. Thanks
for your continued support of the students
at LaBelle High School


Plan for heavy


2010 hurricane


season

Information obtained through March
2010 indicates that the 2010 Atlantic hurri-
cane season will have significantly more ac-
tivity than the average 1950-2000 season. It
is estimated that 2010 will have about eight
hurricanes (average is 5.9), 15 named storms
(average is 9.6), 75 named storm days (av-
erage is 49.1), 35 hurricane days (average
is 24.5), four major (Category 3-4-5) hurri-
canes (average is 2.3) and ten major hurri-
cane days (average is 5.0).
The probability of U.S. major hurricane
landfall is estimated to be about 130 percent
of the long-period average. Atlantic basin
Net Tropical Cyclone (NTC) activity in 2010
is expected to be approximately 160 percent
of the long-term average. The seasonal fore-
cast has been increased from the mid-point
of the early December forecast.
This forecast is based on an extended-
range earlyApril statistical prediction scheme
that utilizes 58 years of past data. Analog
predictors are also utilized. The influence of
El Nifio conditions is implicit in these pre-
dictor fields, and therefore a specific ENSO
forecast is not used as a predictor.
Current moderate El Nifio conditions are
expected to transition to neutral conditions
by this year's hurricane season. The predict-
ed weakening of El Nifio conditions com-
bined with a very strong anomalous warm-
ing of the tropical Atlantic are the primary
reasons why the forecast is being increased.
It is believed that these two features will lead
to favorable dynamic and thermodynamic
conditions for hurricane formation and in-
tensification.


LHS yard sale




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Caloosa Belle/Patty Brant U NIV
Little Miss Junior Miss
Front row from left: Clara Rutter and Novie Kohutek. Back row from left: Jas-
mine Craft, Kara Alexander and Ryley Bowen.
Caloosa Belle/Patty Brant
Little Miss Queen contestants
Pictured front row: Miranda Garza; back row from left: Cassidy Willis, Abby
Arnold and Dakoda Rutter. Chelsa Pena is not pictured. The Little Miss LaBelle
contest will be held April 17 at 7 p.m. in the LaBelle High School Auditorium.
The theme this year is "What I Want To Be When I Grow Up." Admission is $5 per
person. All proceeds help the Caloosahatchee Charter Chapter of the American
Business Women's Association to provide scholarships for local women.





Graduation is just
around the corner!
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cer, Stormy Alexander and Jaelyn Craft. Sarah Sodrel is not pictured.
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for one year on Newszap.com with photo gallery, guestbook, profile page and links to
your gift registries. Simply log onto http://www.newszap.com/celebrations to set up this
announcement.




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