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Publication Date: 06-30-2011
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Vol. 89 No. 26


Thursday, June , 2011
Thursday, June 30, 20 11


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Fourth of

July
Here we are - almost at the Fourth
of July
again. Folks
will want to
head down
to Barron
Park for
the city's
traditional
fireworks
display at
dark. Wish
the Good
01' USA a
happy 235th birthday with a bang!
Before the fireworks, the LaBelle
Chamber of Commerce invites you to
have a good time at the park begin-
ning at 5 p.m.
Come on out for an All American
hamburger, chips and drink for just $4
or a sizzling hot dog, chips and drink
for just $3. Drinks may be purchased
separately as well.
Entertainment is being lined up
and will be announced later.
Chamber members are invited
to set up booths - call Sara to get on
board.
You could also win a Kindle- raffle
tickets are $5 each from any chamber

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Step forward for clean energy park


Rodina plan

also moving on
by Patty Brant
Caloosa Belle
At their June 21 meeting, Hendry County
commissioners opened the way for develop-
ment of a Clean Energy Park in southeastern
Hendry County, off CR 833 and abutting the
north side of the Big Cypress Reservation.
The public hearing on the request to re-


zone the area at the commission's June 21
meeting was brief, with no comments from
the audience. The hope is to set up a natural
gas and solar powered energy plant on 3,088
acres platted for residential development in
that area, which could increase tax revenue
and create jobs.
At the May 28 commission meeting, envi-
ronmentalists and residents raised their con-
cerns about the project. They include the pro-
tection of animals such as panthers, increased
noise pollution, protection of the area's natu-
ral aesthetics and the availability of water to
support the project, new residences, existing


Goodwill officials and Palmetto Ranch residents gathered to cut the ribbon on Phase 2.


agriculture and residents.
The project is just at the beginning stages,
requiring the county's approval to move on.
Other agencies, including the Public Service
Commission and environmental groups and
agencies, will have the opportunity for input
as the process continues.
The request to vacate three plats in Lin-
coln Square Park to begin the process was
approved by commissioners 4-0. (Commis-
sioner Tris Chapman was not present). There
were no comments from the public.
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Goodwill breaks ground on phase 2
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"Palmetto Ranch" housing community re- individuals with physical disabilities. 14 more units of disability-accessible housing
cently cut the ribbon on phase two of the The housing complex, which is located on to Hendry County.


apartment complex. Palmetto Ranch is an
income-sensitive, independent-living com-


the west side of LaBelle, initially opened in
early 2010.


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Rodina
The next public hearing was on the pro-
posed Rodina Overlay, which is intended to
help provide structure for a huge proposed
25,000-acre community in the southwestern
segment of the county.
If all goes as planned, Rodina would dou-
ble the population of all of Hendry County
on just 25,000 acres - increasing density
to 21,000 units, with a potential to allow
42,000 residents in Rodina. At this time all
of Hendry County has just 39,000 residents
living in 12,000 units.
It was pointed out that the current plan
does not address urban sprawl, habitat, wa-
ter and infrastructure issues. However, those
issues would come up later in the process.
Pete Quasius of the Audubon Society
pointed out that the county must accom-
modate the coming growth. He said the
county needs this type of "smart growth,"
although he does not like the mining ease-
ment provided in the plan. He feels it should
be separate.
He added that, "There is no smarter
growth project dealing with the growth of
Hendry County in the future" and recom-
mended moving forward with it.
Commissioner Karson Turner said the
plan has aspects of both county and state re-
quirements. He said the Duda family, which
is proposing the project, has a proven track
record in the state of a "smart, measured ap-
proach" to development.
He moved to allow the Rodina project
to go forward. The motion passed unani-
mously.

Alico building purchase
The county will continue to investigate
purchasing Alico's main office complex on
S. Main Street. Commissioner Darrell Harris
is spearheading the negotiations. Alico has
agreed to offer the property to the county
before the general public. The agribusiness
company is moving its headquarters to Fort
Myers.

Budget workshops
County Administrator Judi Kennington-
Korf reported that a balanced budget pro-
posal will be ready for the commissioners
by July 15. Budget workshops have been set
for the week of August 1, 4 p.m.

Possible litigation
County Attorney Mark Lapp got the okay
to initiate litigation against Royal Consoli-
dated Properties, Inc., which owns Court-
house Square. The county has been renting
office space there for administration, proba-
tion and the public defender. The county be-
lieves the company owes the county and tax
collector $33,732, while the Royals maintain
the county owes them $17,030.

Transportation priorities
County Engineer Shane Parker asked for
approval of a new priority list for potential
DOT funding. The county's top five items
are:


- Construction: SR 80 from Dalton Lane
to Indian Hills;
- Construction: SR 80 from Indian Hills to
CR 833;
- PD&E US 27 from Palm Beach count
line to CR 720;
- Right-of-way and construction: SR 29
from Spencer Lane to north of Cowboy
Way and construction.
The extension of Helms Road between
SR 29 and SR 80, diverting traffic south of
Port LaBelle and away from downtown La-
Belle, is another priority for the county. It
would also serve as an alternate evacuation
route. The county is seeking $4 million in
FDOT funding for the extension.
The board decided to seek intermodal
funding, which requires a 50/50 match from
the county, to boost wastewater capacity
and expand the spray field at Airglades Air-
port industrial park.
Commissioners will also seek Small
County Incentive Program funding for three
projects on CR 78:
- from the Lee County line to just west
of the intersection with Kirby Thompson
Road;
- from just west of Kirby Thompson Road
to just east of Fort Denaud Bridge Way; and
from just east of the Fort Denaud Bridge
Way to just east of North River Road.
Small County Road Assistance Program
funding is also being requested for parts of:
Sonora Ave. in Clewiston, Flaghole Road,
Fort Denaud Road, Francisco Road and WC
Owen Ave., both in Clewiston.
The county is also asking for enhance-
ment dollars for entrance wall signs for both
cities and sidewalks along Basilian Crescent
in Clewiston; Fraser Ave in LaBelle.

In other business:
- In the near future, the board will con-
sider continuing the local vendor preference
ordinance.
- The board approved revisions to Port
LaBelle Utility rates and imposed a $5 late
fee.
- Commissioners approved a no parking
ordinance for N. Bridge Street in response
to complaints about truck parking on the
county right-of-way there. Realizing the
same problem occurs along other county-
owned roads, the board resolved to make
a list of other areas that should be added to
the ordinance, rather than pass a blanket or-
dinance for all county rights-of-way.
- The board voted to adopt the Big 0
Birding Festival mark.



July
Continued From Page 1

director. The winner will be announced in
the park that day. You need not be present
to win.
Summer hours
Summer hours at the chamber begin
June 20: Monday-Thursday 9 a.m.-3 p.m.;
Friday 9 a.m.-noon.


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The entrances to Phase 2 Palmetto Ranch housing are clean and welcoming.
Goodwill Industries and Palmetto Ranch residents work hard to make sure the
housing development is attractive as well as providing opportunities for inde-
pendence for residents.


Goodwill
Continued From Page 1


Palmetto Ranch resident Debbie Marshall
spoke at the June 9 ribbon cutting ceremo-
ny. Marshall utilizes a power wheelchair as
the result of a vehicle accident nearly 20
years ago.
"I couldn't afford rent any more," Mar-
shall explained in a heartfelt speech. "Col-
lecting disability, we don't get that much in-
come. By having this here, it makes it easier
for us to survive. Things are so much easier
for me now."
Rent at Goodwill's disability-accessible
housing complexes is subsidized by the
Department of Housing and Urban Devel-
opment (HUD). Residents pay a monthly
rent that is based on a percentage of their
income.
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amenities such as lowered countertops and
cabinets, roll-in showers and widened door-
ways, all of which are necessary to make a
home truly accessible to people in wheel-
chairs.
The agency currently operates apart-
ment complexes in Lee, Collier and Hendry
counties.
Goodwill hopes to expand its housing ef-
forts in Hendry County by building an apart-
ment complex in Clewiston in the next two
years.
Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida
provides programs and services to help
people with disabilities and other disadvan-
tages become more independent.
For more information about Goodwill,
please visit http://www.goodwillswfl.org.

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Caloosa Belle


June 30, 2011







Sheriff simplifies inmate communication


Mobile home


burns in


Pioneer

Pioneer Volunteer Fire Department
personnel responded to a structure fire
Sunday night, June 26. When they arrived
at the scene of an older doublewide mo-
bile home, the roof had already caved in.
No one was home at the time of the fire.
According to Assistant Pioneer Fire
Chief Raymond Timms, Brian Crumb
was living in the residence owned by Tim
Crumb.
Assistant Chief Timms said the fire
marshal cited an electrical short as a pos-
sible cause.


Hendry County Sheriff Steve Whidden
has selected a new inmate phone service
provider to save labor, increase security and
enhance investigation tools. He has recently
awarded Telmate, LLC a new contract to
provide inmate telephone systems and ser-
vice to Hendry County Jail in LaBelle.
This new service reduced the amount
of administrative work that correctional of-
ficers performed passing messages from
friends, family members and attorneys. Tel-
mate provides each inmate with one call
upon booking so they can notify their fam-
ily of their whereabouts and condition. On
the day of the changeover all inmates got
free calls for 24 hours so they could notify
their families of the new phone system and
how to place and pay for calls. The software
provides voicemail service whereby families
and other approved outside parties (like at-
torneys) may leave a confidential voice mes-
sage for an inmate.


Telmate kiosks can be found at the Hen-
dry County Sheriff's Office lobby in both
Clewiston and LaBelle; this will allow family
members and friends of inmates to deposit
funds for phone calls at the county jail. By
placing a kiosk in the Clewiston sub-office
it provides easier access to family members
and eliminates the 30-mile drive to LaBelle.
In addition, a 24/7 toll free bi-lingual cus-
tomer service line offers facility staff, inmates
and family members a significant improve-
ment for issue resolution.
The Hendry County Jail will be able to
streamline transfers of inmates to and from
Glades County Jail, which also utilizes the
Telmate system. When an inmate is released
they will be issued a MasterCard debit card
which is an easy-to-manage option for re-
turning unused funds. This program elimi-
nates the need for facility staff to handle cash
or write checks and allows released inmates


Fatherhood classes still offered


LaBelle
William Burkley Rolle, 29, was arrested
June 25 and charged with lewd and lascivi-
ous behavior victim 12-16 years old, offender
over 18. According to the arrest report, they
met on Facebook. T. Mims was arresting of-
ficer.
Luis Ordaz, 44, was arrested June 25 and
charged with driving with an expired license
over four months and possession of a coun-
terfeit driver's license of ID card. T. Mims
was arresting officer.
Sarah Christina Moreno, 24, was arrested
June 23 and charged with possession of
marijuana over 20 grams. D. O'Neal was ar-
resting officer.
John Ashley Bruner, 52, was arrested
June 23 and charged with DUI alcohol or
drugs third violation in ten years, refusal to
submit to a DUI test after license is suspend-
ed and Driving with a suspended license first
offense. Sgt. J. Woods was arresting officer.
Daniel Wyatt Sands, 39, was arrested
June 22 and charged with possession of a
controlled substance without a prescription.
D. White was arresting officer.
Arnold Centeno, 34, was arrested June 22
and charged with burglary of an unoccupied
dwelling unarmed. DJ Lansaw was arresting
officer.
Robert Franklin Sayre, 46, was arrested
June 20 and charged with resisting an officer
with violence. S. Harrynarine was arresting
officer.
Juan Ramon Vasques, 26, was arrested
June 19 and charged with possession of
cocaine and smuggling contraband into a
detention facility. D. White was arresting of-
ficer.
Clewiston
Erasmus Dominquez, 23, was arrested
June 25 and charged with DUI alcohol or
drugs second offense, fleeing with disregard
of safety to persons or property, resisting an
officer - refusing to stop when ordered by
a law enforcement officer and operating a
vehicle without a valid license. CPD Office
Bozzi was arresting officer.
Michael Brice Guppy, 14, was arrested


June 25 and charged with sexual assault by
a person under 18 years of age, victim under
12 and lewd and lascivious - victim is under
12 offender under 18 years of age. L.A. Mo-
rales CPD Office was arresting officer.
Joshua Bruce Benavidez, 20, Blake Al-
len Barfield, 18, and Jonathan Daniel Moss,
17, were arrested June 21 and charged with
grand theft $300-$5,000. J. Lee was arresting
officer.
Edelmina Lopez, 29, was arrested June
21 and charged with grand theft $300-$5,000
and larceny - unauthorized connection with
utility equipment. J. Hunt was arresting of-
ficer.
Kevin Eugene Spaulding, 21 was arrested
June 16 and charged with robbery by sud-
den snatching without a firearm or weapon.
In a separate incident, he was arrested and
charged June 20 with aggravated battery
with a deadly weapon. This time the victim
was stabbed and airlifted to Lee Memorial
Hospital. CPD Officer Baker was arresting
officer.
Raul Angel Ramos, 21, was arrested June
21 and charged with robbery by sudden
snatching and accessory after the fact - third
degree felony and aggravated battery with
a deadly weapon. CPD Baker was arresting
officer.
Leroy Danny Brice Jr., 57, was arrested
June 20 and charged with possession of co-
caine and possession of marijuana over 20
grams. S. Reed was arresting officer.
Clinton Travis Drake, 18, was arrested
June 20 and charged with possession of bur-
glary tools with intent to use, contributing to
the delinquency of a minor and loitering and
prowling. Hainley was arresting officer.

Charges reduced

An arrest for Robert L. Koff, 33, was listed
in the May 4 Caloosa Belle arrest reports.
The charges against Mr. Koff were reduced
to possession of a Schedule III narcotic with-
out a prescription and possession of drug
DaraDhernalia.


The Fatherhood Grant with Healthy Fami-
lies Program of the Hendry County Health
Department is coming to a close, however
some classes will still be offered through
the assistance from United Way. The grant
allowed them to go out in the community
and teach fathers ways to take care of their
babies and get them involved in the parent-
ing process.
This grant gave dads an opportunity to
learn how to nurture their babies. Routines
are essential for a child's development and
parents need to be consistent, predictable
and reliable for their babies. The main goal
is to give fathers more confidence in caring
for their baby. Moms and dads should be
equal partners in caring for their baby.
The classes also teach fathers hands-on
skills and baby-basics, which include hold-
ing the baby, diaper changing, burping the
baby and comforting the baby.
Research has shown that when fathers
are involved in a child's development, the
children do better in school, have better
social skills and have higher self esteem
(which results in less juvenile delinquency
and a decrease in teen pregnancies).
"Dads who have completed the program
have reported back that they now have a
greater confidence in taking care of their





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access to their own money, even if they have
no bank account.
With the new Telmate phone system, in-
mates will use voice verification technology
along with a PIN number before each phone
call. This will protect each inmate's phone
time securely by establishing identities dur-
ing the call placement process. The Telmate
system makes available a tremendous num-
ber of new tools available to crack down on
criminal activities by allowing live secure re-
view of inmate phone calls.
Sheriff Steve Whidden stated, "under this
contract, Telmate pays for all equipment,
maintenance, software and infrastructure
to provide inmate phone service and pay-
ment kiosks. This includes any upgrades to
the system or additions in hardware to en-
sure that Hendry County receives the most
advanced solution possible, at no cost to the
taxpayer."


Arrest Reports


June 30, 2011


Caloosa Belle




Caloosa Belle


June 30, 2011


Federal Bonding
by Matt Kindermann
Many people know the term "recidi-
vism" all too well. Recidivism is when a
former inmate finds themselves back in
corrective custody. According to statistics
by the Florida Department of Corrections
(DoC), from June of
2009 to June of 2010,
over 39,000 people in this
state had their probation
or parole revoked. This
has a major effect on
the local communities
because in some cases
the recidivist is the head
of the household, which Matt
causes the families af- Kindermann
fected to continue on
social assistance.
Using 2010 Florida Department of Cor-
rections statistics, there were 102,232 in-
mates serving time in Florida's prisons
and 157,000 former inmates serving com-
munity supervision, which includes pro-
bation and parole. These numbers do not
count those serving, or who have served,


in county jails for the same year. Florida
has a labor force of about 9,425,000. Es-
sentially, depending on the way the statis-
tics are used, roughly about 11 percent of
the workforce population in the state has a
criminal background.
One of the biggest roadblocks to em-
ployment for ex-offenders, besides the
status as an ex-offender, is having a high
school diploma or equivalent. Out of the
102,232 inmates last year, the DoC award-
ed only 2,603 GED's and 1,850 vocational
certificates. If you have a family member or
friend that is incarcerated, encourage them
to enroll in GED or vocational training
while they're serving. It will pay dividends
when they're released.
For ex-offenders who are trying to get
a job, I encourage you to attend an ori-
entation at our Southwest Florida Works
Career Centers where you will learn about
the Federal Bonding Program. The Fed-
eral Bonding Program is federally granted
business insurance, given in increments
of $5,000 and up to a total of $25,000, to
those ex-offenders who are having trouble

See Career- Page 5


Letter to the Editor


Who really controls jobs in
the US?
The President - No - Congress - No - Try
Corporations. Steel-rubber-electronic Cor-
porations in America send their jobs over-
seas. Congress gives them breaks on import
taxes etc.
But bottom line is if US steel-rubber com-
panies such as Goodyear and electronics
companies such as IBM, auto manufactures-
need to close down all foreign operations.
Congress makes it impossible for China-Ja-
pan- etc. to send products into our markets
at cheaper prices than we can make them
for.
Open back up the auto-steel-and other
plants closed because their jobs were sent
overseas. Somewhere our politicians got
mixed up on our needs.
We need to help Third World countries
take care of themselves, not lower our stan-


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dard of living to those of Third World coun-
tries. It is all about the All Mighty Dollar.
Stockholders could demand their compa-
nies bring back their jobs to the US. But then
there would go their stock bonus. Again Al-
mighty Dollar.
Our government seems to care more
about supporting highways than funding ed-
ucation - firefighters - law enforcement - tak-
ing care of our elders. Our elders made this
country what it was 25 years ago. Everyone
had work that wanted it.
Now Congress wants to cut Medicare,
raise health insurance and stop cost of living
to those people who made America great.
Families cannot take care of their elderly be-
cause they all have to work to survive.
"The American Dream" has become
"The American Nightmare." College grads
have no jobs - the jobs are all overseas. Who
do the corporation's CEOs think can buy
See Letter - Page 5


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I Still Love America


I am deeply grateful to be a citizen of the
United States. I consider my citizenship to
be a most prized possession, second only to
the privilege for being a Christian, and being
loved by those I count as deeply cherished
family members and friends.
It's great to be an
American. I also love the
4th of July. The watermel-
ons are juicy. The flags are
flying. The fireworks light
up the sky. Children ride
their bikes. Families picnic
together. Churches gather
for worship and sing pa-
triotic hymns. Apple pies
bake in ovens. The crack Les
of the bat in ballparks can Morgan
be heard. Andy Griffith reruns entertain us. I
love these American traditions.
The good news is that we can keep them
if we maintain these traditions that our fore-
fathers have established. The bad news is
there are those who despise what America
has been built upon and are vehemently
pursuing her downfall.
Such efforts cause one to think: "Why
would anyone want to dismantle what oth-
ers around the world long for?" It reminds
me of a story I heard about a father who was
talking with his rather obstinate son one day.
The dad said, "Every person who lives in the
United States is a privileged person." The
boy answered, "I disagree." And the father
replied, "That's the privilege."
We have the privilege to disagree. We
have the privilege to speak our mind. We
have freedom of religion, of speech, of the
press and the right of petition. We have the
freedom to hope and dream and pursue our
dreams. We are free in so many ways! We
have these rights because of what our fore-
fathers have done.
Proverbs 22:28 reminds us "Do not move
an ancient boundary stone which was put in
place by your ancestors (Net Bible). In Bib-
lical times, boundary stones or landmarks
marked a person's property. Anyone who
moved such a stone was, in effect, steal-
ing land. Boundaries were sacred because
God owned the land and he apportioned the
property to the tribes in the Book of Josh-
ua. To extend one's property illegally was a
violation of covenant and oath. Or, to pull
back a boundary previously held was to re-
nege on commitment to God's promise. The


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boundaries that were established by their
forefathers were to be preserved.
Unfortunately, moving a boundary stone
was, and still is, a major problem. It's not
so much in the realm of property that is
the problem, though that certainly has le-
gal ramifications, as well. Rather, some of
the founding principles, the landmarks, the
ancient boundaries, on which America was
founded need to be maintained in this rela-
tivistic, post-modern age when everything
seems up for grabs and everyone interprets
things the way they personally see them.
What are some of these landmarks that
we must maintain in America? Liberty and
Sacrifice is a good place to begin. Someone
has said, "The temptation is to enjoy the
fruits of citizenship without tending the tree
of liberty." This quotation drives at the fact
that many of us haven't earned the freedoms
we enjoy. We didn't go to foreign lands and
fight for them. We have not shed our blood,
sweat and tears for them.
The poet expressed it well. "We eat from
orchards we did not plant. We drink from
wells we did not dig. We reap from fields we
did not sow. Fires we did not kindle warm
us. Roofs we did not build shelter us. We are
blessed by moneys we did not give." If we
ever move the ancient landmark of liberty
and sacrifice and forego our own commit-
ment to tend the tree of liberty by our own
acts of self-sacrifice and service, then we
stand to lose one of our great American tra-
ditions - July 4th.
John Adams, who served as one of early
Presidents as well as signed the Declaration
of Independence, said, "Whether we live or
die, sink or swim, succeed or fail, I stand be-
hind this Declaration of Independence. And
if God wills it, I am ready to die in order that
this country might experience freedom."
That level of patriotism led men, armed
with little more than hunting rifles, to engage
in battle with what was the most powerful
nation in the world. Many of our forefathers
paid a terrible price in the Revolutionary
War. After much effort and determination,
they won the victory so that you and I might
be citizens of this "land of the free and home
of the brave."
I am thankful to be a citizen of these great
United States. But as a citizen I have a re-
sponsibility to tend the tree of liberty. Is the
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their products? If you have no job there is no
buying power. Wake Up, Big Business!
As individuals we need to get involved in
our communities. We need to run the drug
dealers out of America. We need to make
the people we vote for do what they prom-
ise to get elected.
All it takes for America to fall is for good
people to do nothing. Take the partying out
of elections and get people who really care
about re-establishing the American Dream
in office.
As a young boy I was raised in a rural
community on a farm my dad share-cropped
with another farmer. A man's word was all
you needed then.
No witness, paperwork signed in tripli-
cate. What has happened to our self pride?
The Almighty Dollar comes in again. It be-
comes more important than being really
honest.
My priority would be to take care of those
who make this country great! Law enforce-
ment, military, teachers, hospital workers,
firefighters, our elderly citizens - every Amer-
ican who works hard to support their family
and every God-fearing person in America.
Stop all benefits to companies who make
their products overseas. Get our jobs back
in America! Feed our people before we feed
other countries. No child in America should
go hungry or in need of medical attention.
But then I'm just a old citified country
boy, so what do I know?


Ed Kuntz


America
Continued From Page 4

world a better place because you and I are
citizens of this country? Is our community
a better place because you are a part of it?
Is your church a better church because you
are a member of it? Or are you like many, en-
joying the fruits, but not tending the tree of
liberty? Remember the landmark of liberty
and sacrifice.
Peter Marshall, former Chaplain for the
U.S. Senate, said it ever so well in a prayer
many years ago. "Lord Jesus, thou who art
the way, the truth, and the life; hear us as
we pray for ut h that shall make all free.
Teach us that liberty is not only to be loved
but also to be lived. Liberty is too precious
a thing to be buried in books. It costs too
much to be hoarded. Help us see that our
liberty is not the right to do as we please,
but the opportunity to please to do what is
right."
My prayer for all is that we will be a pa-
triot of our land. Because America is perfect?
No, far from it. However, as Americans we
all possess something that allows people to
embrace change, pursue their dreams and
become all they were endowed by their Cre-
ator to be. That possession is freedom.
Let freedom ring!
Dr. Les Morgan is pastor of Caloosa Baptist
Church in LaBelle, located 200 yards behind
what was formally known as Flora & Ella's on
Highway 80. Services are at 9:15, 10:30 a.m. and
6p.m.


Community Briefs


Love to dance?
High school-age girls, grades 9-12, in-
terested in joining the Golden Spurs Dance
Team at LHS are invited to contact Tomasa
Villaranga at 863-513-7895 or Kristina Allen
at 305-345-4518. No dance experience nec-
essary.

SAO closing for July 4
The Hendry/Glades State Attorney's Of-
fice will be closed Monday, July 4, in obser-
vance of Independence Day. It will reopen
Tuesday, July 5, at 8:30 a.m.

Learn to write grants
A grant writing training session will take
place at the Hendry County Health Dept.,
1100 S. Olympia, in Clewiston Thursday, July
14, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. This training is free.
For registration, please contact Lasheba Tra-
vis at 863-674-4041 or e-mail Lasheba Tra-
vis@doh.state.fl.us.

Let's all share
Folks used to share with their neighbors a
lot more than the do these days. That's why
there's going to be a Sharing Day Sunday,
July 3, at Barron Park. No money involved
- just bring your usable stuff to the park be-
tween 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. to share with oth-
ers.
Who knows? You might have just the
thing to brighten someone's day and you
might find the very thing you've been look-
ing for. Sharing - just like your mother taught
you.


Career
Continued From Page 4

getting a job because of their background.
This insurance will allow an employer to
collect on any loss of money or property
caused by employee dishonesty and insures
the employer for theft, forgery, larceny or
embezzlement by the bonded employee.
There are some restrictions and limita-
tions to the bond but any at-risk job applicant
is eligible for bonding services, including
ex-offenders, recovering substance abusers
(alcohol or drugs), welfare recipients and
other persons having poor financial credit,
economically disadvantaged youth and
adults who lack a work history, individuals
dishonorably discharged from the military
and others.
For employers, hiring qualified ex-felons
also entitles you to collect up to a $4,800 tax
credit for each year of full time employment
up to two years under the Work Opportunity
Tax Credit program. Ex-offenders are em-
ployable and should be considered during
each hiring event. With the proper paper-
work, hiring an ex-offender saves money
For more information on the Federal Bond-
ing Program, or to find a Service Center near
you for orientation, go to www.swflworks.
org or call 863-675-1412. For any questions,
comments or concerns, you can e-mail me
at mkindermann@swflworks.org.


Cowboy Closet sale
Come to the LHS Cowboy Closet Satur-
day, July 2, at the high school, 4050 Cowboy
Way, from 8 a.m.-noon. Clothes, furniture,
dresses, electronics, refurbished comput-
ers, books, etc. - 25 percent off everything!
Check it out early at hi, . . 1.... . 1... t.
webs.com.

Kiwanis sets new meeting
times
The Kiwanis Club of LaBelle would like
to extend an open invitation to the commu-
nity to attend one of the Kiwanis meetings.
Meetings are now held mornings and eve-
nings at Beef O'Brady's in LaBelle for your
convenience.
Times are as follows: Second and last
Tuesday of the month at 5:30 p.m, All other
Tuesday at 7 a.m.
If your organization would like to be a
guest speaker at an upcoming meeting,
please contact a LaBelle Kiwanis Club mem-
ber.You can also call the Kiwanis Thrift Store
at (863) 675-4043. Thanks and we hope to
see you there!

Democrats to meet
Hendry County Democrats will meet at
6:30 p.m. today Thursday, June 30, at the
Happy Chef Diner, 108 East Sugarland Circle,
next to the Clewiston Theatre in downtown
Clewiston. The meeting is open to the public
and Democrats registered to vote in Hendry


County may participate in the discussion.
Registered Democrats interested in be-
coming a member of the Hendry County
Democratic Executive Committee are asked
to bring their Florida Voter Information Card
showing their precinct and polling place.
Hendry County Democrats will distribute
postcards for requesting Vote By Mail status
through the 2012 General Election at the
meeting.

Learn about social media
There will be a basic computer class
starting on July 9, at 8:30-11 a.m. at the Edu-
cation Center campus at 4930 SR Hwy 29S
in LaBelle. There are two openings remain-
ing. Call 675-6800 and leave your name and
phone number if interested in enrolling. A
social media class is planned to begin one
evening per week for four weeks begin-
ning in July. Anyone interested should call
675-6800 for information or to enroll. Email
shughesedcenter@embarqmail.com for in-
formation or how to enroll in these classes.

ACT offers abuse counseling
Abuse Counseling and Treatment, Inc. is
a non-profit agency serving victims of sexual
assault and domestic violence in Hendry,
Glades and Lee Counties. ACT offers individ-
ual and group counseling, safe emergency
shelter, 24-hour hotline and counseling and
forensic examinations for survivors of rape.
For more information please call our 24-
hour hotline at 1-888-956-7273.


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Community Briefs


Swimming Lessons
Help prevent the risk of children drown-
ing . .. learn to swim now! Contact Flora
Zimmerly (American Red Cross Certified) at
863-673-2353 for more information. Accept-
ing all students, non-swimmers to advanced
swimmers, as young as nine months old.

Attention LaBelle area
businesses!
For the town of LaBelle, Florida and sur-
rounding communities, the SCORE orga-
nization is pleased to present a timely and
free presentation for businesses centered on
securing a business loan: developing a spe-
cific purpose of the loan, deciding upon the
amount for a loan, deciding upon a strategic
time for the loan. Answer important ques-
tions: What documents are needed from the
borrower?; What is the payment level of the
borrower?; What type of collateral can the
borrower provide?; Will the borrower be
approved?; What is the bank's perspective?
Presentation by Dale A. Johnson, SCORE
Chapter Chairman.
Come to Beef O'Brady's, 197 E SR 80
LaBelle, Monday, July 11, 5:30 p.m. for ap-
petizers followed by a presentation sup-
ported: The Rotary Club of LaBelle, LaBelle
Chamber of Commerce, Hendry County
Economic Development Council, Florida
Community Bank and FGCU Small Business
Development Center.
Contact Ed Gardner, SCORE e-mail: ed-
gardner@comcast.net or phone: (239) 322-
7283.


Increase minority access to
health care
The Office of Minority Health will be of-
fering the Body & Soul and Grant Writing
training at the Hendry County Health De-
partment in Clewiston to faith/community-
based organizations July 13-14. The Body &
Soul training will be on Wednesday July 13,
4-6 p.m. and Grant Writing Training Thurs-
day July 14, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
This program works to address dispari-
ties in access to health care for the identi-
fied target populations which include Black,
Hispanics and American Indians, using
evidence-based interventions from the Na-
tional Cancer Institute with the Body & Soul
training. The program aims to accomplish
the following 1) increase access to care
through community awareness, 2) mobilize
county communities to develop partner-
ships and 3) increase awareness of cultural
and linguistic competency skills in the health
care community. Grant Writing training will
help communities increase their capacity
building skills.

Visit with former resident
LaBelle Heritage Museum will have a vis-
iting docent on Thursday afternoons until
mid-July Dottie Risley, oldest daughter of La-
Belle Heritage Museum founding member
Joe Risley, Jr., and currently visiting relatives
in LaBelle, volunteered to open the museum
at 150 South Lee Street on Thursdays from
2-5 o'clock until she returns to South Caro-
lina around July 15. Many will remember


Dottie as the mainstay at LaBelle Heritage
Museum on Saturdays and her making it a
point to open the doors on Swamp Cabbage
Festival. Dottie says she hopes her many
friends will drop by on Thursday afternoons
and go through LaBelle Heritage Museum
while visiting her.

Summer theater for kids
The Firehouse Community Theatre is
now accepting applications for our Chil-
dren's Summer Theatre Program, "Pirates,
The Musical" by John Jacobson and Roger
Emerson, under the direction of Myra John-
son. "ARRRR, and shiver me timbers! There's
a stowaway on board!" Join our salty crew
and set sail for a great high seas adventure.
Registration is open now and is $50 for
the first child and $35 for each additional
child in your family.
Casting will begin June 30 (today) with
rehearsals the following week. Performance
dates are August 12, 13, and 14. Further in-
formation and registration forms are avail-
able on our Web site www.firehousecultur-
alcenter.com or by calling our ticket hotline
and leaving a message (863) 675-3066.

Check for overdue books
Barron Library is offering amnesty on all
overdue books, through July 15. Please re-
turn your overdue books to the library and
you will not be charged a fine. It is so impor-
tant that books be returned, as other patrons
are waiting to read them, and it is too expen-



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Obituaries


Christi L. Lopez, 41
TORONTO, Ohio - Christi L. Lopez, 41 of To-
ronto, passed away on Monday, June 6, 2011 at
the Lifeline Hospital - Wintersville.
Born Aug. 28, 1969, in Steubenville, she is a
daughter of the late William Roy Barnett and
Mrs. Georgia "Jeannie" Irwin Barnett Villegas.
She attended the Toronto First Church of the
Nazarene, and had worked as both a Travel
Agent and as the Business Manager for Sod
Jeannie in LaBelle, Fla.
In addition to her father, she is preceded in
death by her paternal grandfather, Walter Bar-
nett Sr.; an uncle, Walter Barnett Jr.; and her
maternal grandparents, Reno and Connie Cop-
pa.
Christi's survivor's include, her husband, Igna-
cio Lopez of Dallas, Texas whom she married
Feb. 15, 1997; a daughter, Miss Chrissi Lopez of
LaBelle, Fla.; a son George Zachary Dallas Lo-
pez of Toronto; her mother, Georgia "Jeannie"
Irwin Barnett Villegas of Toronto; a sister, Billie
Jo Cuellar and her husband Jose of LaBelle,
Fla.; three brothers, Anthony Barnett of Toronto,
William Pratko and his wife Carla of East
Springfield, Billy Villegas of Toronto; a step-sis-
ter, Mrs. Michelle Gaumer and her husband
Brett of Hammondsville; her paternal grand-
mother, Mrs. Juanita Barnett of Stratton; two
aunts, Mrs. Connie O'Brien and her husband Pat
of Wintersville, Mrs. Tina Perkol and her hus-
band Tom of Jacksonville, N.C.; and 13 nieces
and nephews.
Family and friends gathered for visitation on
Thursday, June 9, 2011 from 6 - 8 p.m. at the


Clarke Funeral Home - 302 Main St. Toronto,
Ohio 43964.
A celebration service of Christi's Life was held
on Thursday, June 9, 2011 at 8:00 p.m. at the
Funeral Home with Reverend Eric Frey officiat-
ing.
To view the obituary, sign the guest register or
send condolences to the family go to www.clar-
kefuneralhome.com.
Harold Frederick Barwick, 84
LABELLE - Harold Frederick Barwick, age 84,
of LaBelle, passed away Thursday, June 23,
2011, in Lehigh Acres, Fla.
Harold was born May 1, 1927, in Arcadia, Fla.
He is the son of the late Nathan J. and the late
Roena (Lanier) Barwick.
He retired from Citrus Belle as a Feed Mill Op-
erator in 1992. He was a member of the First
Baptist Church of LaBelle.
He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth Ann
(Cline) Barwick; three daughters, Linda Gail
Counts, Jo Ann Lowman and Rosa Marie Griner;
one son, Harold F. Barwick Jr.; sister, Carlie Ear-
nest; brother, Calvin J. Barwick; 18 grandchil-
dren and many great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his sons, Ken-
neth Barwick and David Wayne Barwick; and
sister, Inez Wright.
The funeral service was 2:30 p.m., Tuesday,
June 28, at First Baptist Church of LaBelle, with
Rev. Frank Deerey Jr. officiating. Interment will
be in Fort Denaud Cemetery.
Arrangements by Akin-Davis Funeral Home -
LaBelle.


sive for the library to replace books that do
not get returned.
Please be a good patron of the library
and a good citizen of the community by re-
sponding to this plea for your overdue books
so others will have the opportunity to enjoy
them.

Sit! Stay! Heel!
Caloosa Humane Society now proudly
offers six-week dog training classes on Mon-
days from 6:30-7:30 p.m. for $100. We will
offer basic obedience skills like sit, stay, heel,
no jumping, etc. Advanced classes will be
offered to the graduates of the Basic Train-
ing Classes. Separate classes for puppies
and adult dogs. Proof of rabies (dogs over
4 months) and DHPPC vaccination are re-
quired to be in the program.
If you don't already have the necessary
vaccinations we do offer them at the shelter
and can be done prior to the class for only
$20 for both. The humans must be 13 years
old or older and under 18 year of age must
have a parent present. Call (863) 675-0997
to book your spot as space is limited. A por-
tion of the proceeds will go to the wonder-
ful dogs (and cats too) at Caloosa Humane
Society.

Social Security assistance
Meet a Social Security rep at the United
Way House, 117 Fort Thompson Ave., Tues-
day, July 5, or call 1-800-772-1213.

The Family of

Virginia "Bea" Cantu

would like to say

thank you to all of

our family

and friends.


Thank you for all of

your love and

support in our time

of grief.


Thank you for all the

meals, drinks, and

all the supplies that

you provided

for us during this

time of need.


Caloosa Belle


June 30, 2011






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LaBelle High School


Counselor Corner


Welcome to the LHS Counselor Corner,
where Guidance Counselors, Beth Lutken-
haus and Rhonda Kosh, hope to provide
you with current and upcoming guidance
news:
LHS Report Cards have been mailed.
Please visit LaBelle High School's Web
site: http://www.hendry-schools.org/edu-
cation/school/school.php then click on the
Guidance "tab" to access LHS' Program of
Studies, Grade Progression and other valu-
able information.
AP Exams - Students who took AP ex-
ams can access their individual score re-
ports July 2011 at www.collegeboard.com
LHS Guidance Counselors return from
summer vacation on August 1, 2011.
August 10 & 11: (8 a.m. 3 p.m.) Senior
Portraits
August 16, 2011: (7 p.m.-8 p.m.) Cow-
boy Underclassmen Informational Night
(Grades 9-11th)
August 17: (8 a.m.-3 p.m.) Senior Por-
traits
August 18: (8 a.m.-3 p.m.) Senior Cow-
boy Day. Seniors will receive schedules,
take Senior Portraits and I.Ds
August 18: (7-8 p.m.) Senior Cowboy


Informational Night. Seniors need to at-
tend to receive Academic Histories, Senior
Calendar, and Other Important Senior In-
formation.
August 19: Cowboy Days - Freshmen (8
a.m.- 11 a.m.), Sophomores and Juniors (1
p.m. 3 p.m.). Students will receive Class
Schedules and Student I.Ds.
August 19: (7:30 a.m.-3 p.m.) Blood
Drive, sponsored by the LHS' Allied Health
Academy. For every pint donated, 3 lives
are saved!
August 19: (8 a.m.-3 p.m.) Underclass-
men Portraits- LHS Auditorium.
August 20: (9 a.m.- 12 p.m.) Guidance
will be open for parent and student ques-
tions.
August 22: First day of school!
For questions or concerns, the fastest
response is through email. Please e-mail
Beth Lutkenhaus (M-Z counselor) at lut-
kenhausb@hendry.kl2.fl.us or Rhonda
Kosh (A-L counselor) at koshr@hendry.
kl2.fl.us. LHS Guidance Counselors would
like to thank students, parents, and com-
munity members for another successful
school year, and we hope that you have an
enjoyable and safe summer.


Church Briefs


School Briefs


Register for WES now
West Glades School is now accepting reg-
istrations for students entering Kindergarten,
as well as new students in grades 1-8, for the
2011-2012 school year.
Please stop by the office any time Mon-
day through Thursday, between the hours of
7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
West Glades is located on State Road 731
in Muse. For more information please call
863-675-3490.

AL Riders offer scholarships
If there's a veteran in your family and
you're planning on getting higher education,
you may qualify for an American Legion Rid-
ers Scholarship.
Each year, Chapter 130 of the ALR in La-
Belle provides at least two $500 scholarships
for family members of veterans. To see if you
qualify, download an application from the
American Legion Web site at http://www.
legionpostl30.org.

Kiwanis adult scholarships
Last chance reminder! The LaBelle Ki-
wanis Club is accepting applications for
adult scholarships through July 9.
Applications can be picked up at the Ki-
wanis Thrift Store, located at 155 S. Bridge
Street.
For more information, you can call the
Kiwanis Thrift Store at (863) 675-4043.


Scholarship deadlines
Good news for parents and students:
New legislation has enabled more students
and families to receive the McKay scholar-
ship.
Currently, students must have an Individ-
ualized Educational Plan or better known as
an IEP written on them.
However, as of July 1, new legislation,
House Bill 1329, will allow students who
have a 504 Accommodations Plan to take
advantage of this scholarship, too.
The McKay scholarship allows parents
to use funds to choose a private or public
school which they believe best meet their
child's educational needs.
Additionally, the McKay scholarship saves
tax payers thousands of dollars each year.
Important deadline: Parents must file a
letter of intent by July 3 to receive funds for
the first quarter of school.
For students who have a 504 Accommo-
dation Plan and want to take advantage of
this opportunity, parents have only a win-
dow of July 1-3 in order to receive funds for
the first pay quarter. International Christian
Academy (K-12) located at International
Christian Fellowship, 233 Clark Street, La-
Belle, is a private school in compliance with
the Florida Dept. of Education and recipient
of both the McKay scholarships and Step Up
for Students scholarships.
For more information or help applying,
please, contact Tracy Co at 863-675-4227 or
863-675-1112.


Life Ministries invites you!
Life Ministries Church invites all the chil-
dren in LaBelle, ages 4-12 to join us at Son-
Surf Beach Bash VBS!
"We're ready for a Vacation Bible School
your children will never forget," said Pastor
Jorge Rodriguez of Life Ministries Church.
"At SonSurf Beach Bash your kids will
have fun in the Son! Children will have a
great time singing songs, watching skits,
creating crafts and playing games. But most
important, when they meet up with Jesus
they'll discover just how much God loves
them. We're looking forward to sharing this
exciting event with the children and parents
in our neighborhood. We hope they will all
join us at SonSurf Beach Bash."
SonSurf Beach Bash beings Monday, July
18, and continues through Friday, July 22,
with a closing program and picnic on Satur-
day, July 23, at 10 a.m.
Life Ministries Church is located at 725 W
Hickpoochee Ave.; 6-9: p.m. each evening.

Rev Full Throttle for God
Come to Rev Full Throttle for God Vaca-
tion Bible School at grace Baptist Church
July 11-15 from 6-8 p.m. Grace Baptist is lo-
cated at 4200 Eucalyptus Blvd. Call 863-675-
3349 with questions.

Summer camp planned
The church El Faro A/G on 431 Bryan Ave
in LaBelle, will be having a summer camp
July 5-August 5. The time will be from 8
a.m.-5 p.m. and the cost for one child per


week $30, two children: $50 etc. If you have
any questions or concerns please call Rev.
Isabel Valentin at 863-843-0264.
La Iglesia El Faro A/D en la direction 431
Bryan Ave en LaBelle, estaran teniendo un
Campamento de verano empezando el 5 de
julio hasta el 5 de agosto.

Campamento de verano
El tiempo sera de las 8: a.m.- 5 p.m. y
el costo por un nino por semana $30, dos
ninos $50 etc. Si tienen cualquier pregunta
pueden hablar con el Pastor Valentin al 863-
843-0264.

Awaiting the King
On Saturday, July 16, from 1-4 p.m. an
exciting Women's Conference will be held
at the LaBelle Civic Center. The Conference
is entitled "Awaiting The King." The confer-
ence will consist of a fashion show, skits,
special music and refreshments along with
the main speaker Reverend Sherry Hanes
from LaBelle.
Many of you may remember Rev. Hanes
from the Log Cabin Restaurant or from her
position as a bus driver here in LaBelle for
15 years.
All women ages 12 and up are invited to
attend the conference, which will be free of
charge. This conference is considered "non-
denominational" so all faiths are encouraged
to attend. If you feel you would like to donate
anything to this conference to help offset the
cost, please feel free to contact Rev. Hanes at
P.O. Box 1454, LaBelle, FL 33975.


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Carlson Memorial
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310 Campbell St.
LaBelle, FL 33935
Phone (863) 675-0656
Fax (863) 675-0640
E-mail: cmumc@embarqmail.com
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Submitted photos/Kim Hamilton
Adult Class, from left: Lance Ramer, Shellie Johnson, Lynn Beasley, Paula Pitt-
man, Nancy Bischel, Bethany Sherrod-Corbitt, Dr. Robert Jones, Margaret Eng-
land, Kevin McCarthy, Mali Gardner, Rick Miller, Ardis Hammock, Al Perry, Amy
McKown, Kim Ross, Tim Nevarez, Bayard Horn and Stephen Leighton. Absent
were Daniel Kelley, Penny Lester, Patricia Boone and Fred Ford.


Leadership graduating


class largest ever;


initial youth class first


Leadership Hendry and Glades Counties,
Inc. proudly announced the graduation of its
first Youth Leadership Class and the largest
Adult Class in its five year history, at a cer-
emony held on May 31 at the LaBelle Civic
Center.
Phil Pelletier, the Hendry County Prop-
erty Appraiser added wit and humor to the
celebration dinner while acting as emcee for
the graduation ceremonies.
Twenty-three adults from Hendry, Glades,
Lee, Collier, Polk and Martin Counties gath-
ered together one day a month for the last
year to discover the values of living, work-
ing and playing in Hendry and Glades coun-
ties. The exciting feature of this year's class
is that over one-third of the class was from
outside Hendry and Glades counties. The
adults spent their days appreciating, learn-
ing about and developing strategies to im-
prove and extend services to the public in
both counties. Their class projects included
creating a scholarship fund for future lead-
ers and creating a committee of alumni out-
reach to attend events in the communities to
raise awareness of the Leadership Program.
They contributed to the HRMC and various
other charitable endeavors.
This past October, Kim Hamilton, with
the help of Dr. Deborah Misotti, developed
a new program and as a result Leadership
expanded to include Youth Leadership. This
gave twelve 10th and 11th grade students
from Hendry and Glades counties the oppor-
tunity to engage in discussion with our com-
munity leaders and visionaries. These fortu-
nate students have been exposed to a broad
spectrum of local governmental, industrial,
agricultural and civic activities. They trav-
eled extensively throughout the two coun-


ties, were introduced to the inner workings
of both counties and had the opportunity to
interact with local public officials, dignitaries
and prominent citizens.
The evening was full of awards. State
Representative Denise Grimsley awarded the
prestigious Leadership Hendry Glades Foun-
dation Award for 2011 to Janice Groves, who
founded and designed the Leadership Pro-
gram in conjunction with the Hendry County
Economic Development Council. The Youth
Leaders ended their program by writing es-
says on leadership to allow them to com-
pete for a $500 scholarship sponsored by
South Florida Works. This was awarded by
Joe Paterno, representing SFW to the win-
ner, Jocelyn Renteria. Points accumulated
by youth throughout the year, for participa-
tion above and beyond the required atten-
dance, resulted in Ceci Luna being awarded
a Kindle, for her efforts. The Youth Leaders
were each given a Certificate of Apprecia-
tion and a tee shirt by the National Audubon
Society and The Talkin' Monkeys Project, to
recognize their hours of community service
on Civic Engagement Day.
While we wish a visionary future for our
2011 graduates, we are gearing up for an-
other year of eventful and informative days
for our next class. Applications for Leader-
ship Hendry Glades 2011-2012 are currently
being accepted. Please contact the Hendry
County Economic Development Council for
details.
Congratulations to the all of the 2011
graduates of Leadership Hendry and Glades
Counties, Inc.!


Submitted photos/Kim Hamilton
Youth Leadership Class, from left: Program Director Kim Hamilton, Cynthia Ro-
sario, Jocelyn Renteria, Allison Aldrich, Kevonte Bailey, Maira Cervantes, Jared
Brickel, Ceci Luna, Tyler Burke, Autumn Martinez and Joseph McDaniel.



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Maryville's Barnes named


preseason All-American

amassed 55 total tackles that include 8.5
From Maryville College sacks and 23 stops for a loss of 88 yards.
Maryville, Tenn.- Maryville College ris- He has a pair of forced fumbles and a
ing senior Blake Barnes has been named to fumble recovery while putting constant
the 2011 Consensus Draft Services Division pressure on the offensive backfield.
III Preseason All-American Team following I am very happy for Blake and his
a breakout season in selection for this
2010. preseason honor,"
Barnes, a defensive stated MC Head
tackle from LaBelle, Football Coach
Florida, earned back- Tony lerulli. "His
to-back second team leadership and
accolades from the work ethic over the
USA South Athletic % past three seasons
conference following will push him to-
strong sophomore and ward a successful
junior campaigns. 20senior campaign.
This 6'2" 260 I feel he is one of
pounder was named the most produc-
to the D3football.com tive defensive line-
National Team of the men in the coun-
Week following his try from the 'three
effort against Ferrum technique'. He is
College to conclude from Maryville constantly being
the 2010 regular sea- from Maryville College double teamed and
son. He posted eight LaBelle's Blake Barnes allows our line-
total tackles, six solo, along with three and backers to get to
a half sacks and two more tackles for loss their gap but his tenacity shows he has a
in the final regular season game of the sea- nose for the ball and can make any stop."
son in Ferrum, Virginia. Barnes is joined on the national team by
The two-time All-USA South performer fellow USA South standouts Marcus Mayo
also had three quarterback pressures in (Ferrum, Punt Returner) and Kentel Noel
helping Maryville limit Ferrum to 21 total (Christopher Newport, Punt Returner).
yards rushing. Ferrum was averaging over Maryville College will welcome the 2011
240 yards rushing in their option offensive football squad in mid-August and will pre-
attack. pare for their season opener on September
Over the past two seasons, Barnes has 3 when they host Huntingdon College on
MC's Honaker Field.


No campfires on public lands


In light of significant drought conditions
and the increased threat of wildfires, the
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Com-
mission (FWC), in cooperation with the
state Division of Forestry and other partner
agencies, issued an executive order June 16
prohibiting campfires in wildlife manage-
ment areas, wildlife and environmental ar-
eas and all other lands it manages.
The order went into effect at 12:01 a.m.
June 17 and remains in effect until rescinded
by a subsequent order. The FWC joins the
DOF, the Department of Environmental Pro-
tection and Florida water management dis-
tricts in this effort.
"Special regulations are necessary to miti-
gate risk to public safety and to minimize the
likelihood of igniting fires that will adversely
impact wildlife and wildlife habitat," said the


order, signed by Nick Wiley, FWC executive
director.
In its executive order, the FWC notes
that Florida is experiencing inordinately dry
conditions for this time of year. "As a result,
DOF and FWC have been fighting multiple
wildfires within wildlife management areas,
wildlife and environmental areas and other
lands managed by FWC."
If placed openly on the ground, the fire is
considered a campfire, and therefore barred.
Only cooking fires contained in commercial-
ly designed apparatuses are allowed.
Any violation is considered a second-
degree misdemeanor, punishable by up
to a $500 fine and 60 days in jail. Law en-
forcement agencies on each respective state
property are responsible for enforcing viola-
tions.


Pet of the Week
Please come down to the shelter and visit with Bertha. She is six-years-old
and just a delight. Bertha loves long walks and lots of love. She also enjoys
the sprinklers in the yard on these hot summer days and would be a delight-
ful addition to any family. Bertha can be adopted for a $100 donation. With
an approved adoption application, you can take Bertha home with the follow-
ing additions covered: Spayed, Rabies, DHPPC, Heartworm Test, Fecal Test,
Heartworm Prevention, Deworming, Flea/Tick Prevention and a Microchip.
Anyone interested in Bertha or any of our other homeless pets can come
to Caloosa Humane Society at 1200 Pratt Blvd. and fill out an adoption ap-
plication or call 863.675.0997. You can also check out our Web site at www.
caloosahumanesociety.org for more information. Thank you for your interest
in our animals.



Humane society: Spay/



neuter your animal


The most important thing to know about
spaying and neutering animals is that is saves
lives. Sadly, U.S. shelters have to euthanize
an estimated 3-4 million dogs and cats each
year because of the lack of good homes for
all the abandoned dogs, cats, puppies and
kittens.
Spay/Neuter is the only 100 percent ef-
fective method of birth control for dogs and
cats.
The cost of spaying and neutering a pet
is less than the cost of raising puppies or kit-
tens for one year. Here are just some of the
benefits to spaying and neutering your ani-
mal: no heat cycle, they will have less desire
to roam, decreases aggressive behavior, they
will be less likely to bite, makes them better
companion animals, reduces the number


of unwanted dogs, puppies, cats and kit-
tens, and it helps dogs and cats live longer,
healthier lives.
Please be a responsible pet owner and
prevent your pet from helping to create un-
wanted animals. Every day many wonderful
pets die due to pet overpopulation. You can
be part of the solution for less than $100.
Caloosa Humane Society has July dates
available now, please call for an appoint-
ment today 863.675.0997 and take the first
step in reducing companion animal over-
population.
Check out our Web site for specific dates
and additional information caloosahumane-
society.org Your community and animals
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Karaoke was a big hit with seniors at this year's Project Graduation, the annual
all night party for graduating seniors.


LaBelle High School Project


Graduation a success!


Project Graduation is an annual event
that provides graduating seniors with an en-
ergetic, fun and safe place to celebrate their
graduation accomplishment.
Prizes, music, dancing, karaoke, games,
lots of food and even a Rock-Wall were a
few of the things that made Project Gradua-
tion 2011, a complete success. Project Grad-
uation was host to a lively night where the
120 seniors in attendance won over $6,000
in prizes and money.
As always, Project Graduation operates
solely on contributions and is made possible
by the continued support of local business-
es, organizations, community members and


parents. The Project Graduation Committee
would like to thank all supporters for their
heartfelt contributions.
A very special thank you to the local
chapter of Beta Sigma Phi for "once again"
choosing a theme and decorating for Proj-
ect Graduation, without their hard work the
decorations would not be as fabulous.
Remember, donation needs are both
monetary and tangible, so please be looking
for next year's invitation to support and join
the 2012 Project Graduation Committee.


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Upthegrove Elementary 3rd Nine Weeks
A Honor Roll Third Grade
Blayne Boyett, Anamaria Mendoza, Abigail Vasquez, Ty Bottoms, Abby
Casillas, Ave Esquivel, I ........ 1 .. 1 i .... I 1.1. I .... I
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Emily Baird, Madelynn Coker, David Lucas-Garcia, Ricky York, Juan
Resendez, Roma Stamper, Daisy Casiano, Camryn Nash, Yanira
Hernandez, Veroncia Perez, Michael Ramos, Katherine Aguirre, Alina
Langs, Loirel Lopez, Angel Loreto, Michael Ordonez, Cecilia Raya, Luke
Smith, Chyna Tovaz
A Honor Roll Forth Grade
Alina Boyett, Imelda Casiano, Rachel Dipofi, Arleth Ortiz, Daisy
DeSantiago, Kiara Hernandez
A/B Honor Roll Fourth Grade
: Ivan Alvarez, Jesus Gutierrez-Beltran, Casey Cheney, Stephanie
Mendoza, Tyler Mims, Marlusous Mitchell, Rikki Pack, Kaitlin Peet,
Reanna Rivas, Fernando Santiago, Jessica Gomez, Jose Gomez, Taylor
Hall, Mackenzie Muniz, Carlos Puente, Tiffany Thrasher, Carl Willis,
Kash Bridges, Marycruz Deras, Nancy Narez, Zachary Tanner, Skyla
Thrasher, Gerardo Vasquez, Roberto Vizcarra
A Honor Roll Fifth Grade
Carson Hayes, Angela Leos, Jose Hernandez Trejo, Jessica Beltran,
Kayley Boddy, Jaileen Galaviz, Deanna Martinez, Dustin Padgett
A/B Honor Roll Fifth Grade
Jake Coronado, Briceida Guzman, Karli Henry, Gabby Home, Karmen
Mutch, Pamela Tully, Diego Bustamante, Isaiah Devisme, Felix Flores,
Emilie Hull, Bryon Morstatter, Pedro Nieves, Austin Villa, Jose Perez-
Gonzalez, Adrian Raya, Bryan Cornejo.
Upthegrove Elementary 4th Nine Weeks
A Honor Roll Third Grade
Blayne Boyett, Edilia, Rodriguez, Katelyn Mann, Abby Casillas,
Christian Luna, Blayne Boyett
A/B Honor Roll Third Grade
Daisy Casiano, Yanira Hernandez, Camryn Nash, Anamaria Mendoza,
Katherine Aguirre, Ty Bottoms, Ave Esquivel, Alina Langs, Loirel Lopez,
Luke Smith, Daisy Casiano, Yanira Hernandez, Camryn Nash, Anamaria
Mendoza, Madelynn Coker, David Lucas-Garcia, Oswaldo Beltran, Lesly
Dominguez, Octaviano Hernandez, Juan Resendiz
A Honor Roll Forth Grade
Rachel Dipofi, Arleth Ortiz, Jessica Gomez, Kiara Hernandez, Daisy
DeSantiago, Alina Boyett, Imelda Casiano
A/B Honor Roll Fourth Grade
Joana Cruz, Janis DeJesus, Taylor Hall, Mackenzie Muniz, Carlos
Puente, Tiffany Thrasher, Vanessa Vera, Marycruz Deras, Nancy Narez,
Zachary Tanner, Gerardo Vasquez, Jesus Beltran-Guteirrez,Casey
Cheney, Stephanie Mendoza, Louis Tyler Mims, Rikki Pack, Kaitlin Peet,
Reanna Rivas, Fernando Santiago
A Honor Roll Fifth Grade
Jessica Beltran, Kayley Boddy, Jose Perez-Gonzalez, Odalys Martinez-
Villa, Carson Hayes, Jose Hernandez Trejo, Angela Leos
A/B Honor Roll Fifth Grade
Bryan Cornejo, Isaiah Devisme, Felix Flores, Jaileen Galaviz, Navidad
Garcia, Jose Jara, Deanna Martinez, Bryon Morstatter, Dustin Padgett,
Austin Villa, Alex Ibarra, Pedro Nieves, Brandon Carnevalino, Lacy
Conde, Jordan Decker, Simona Flores, Marquis Mitchell, Marshall
Platte, Jannell Ramirez, Adrian Raya, Diego Bustamante, Bernice
Cervantes, Jake Coronado, Briceida Guzman, Karli Henry, Pamela Tully
Country Oaks Elementary 3rd Nine Weeks
Kindergarten E Honor Roll
Lauren Bedolla, Nicolas Blanco, Jisselle Bustamante, Alexis Camacho,
Haleigh Campbell,Jose Cantu,Jorge Cardoso, KaseyChadwick, Martin
Cuellar, Natalie DeJesus, Amaya DeLeon, Nathali Delgado, Julia DePue,
Elmer Fajardo, Adela Flores, Edgar Garcia, Omar Garcia, Austin
George, MacKenzie Gervais, Ivan Gonzalez, Davian Guzman, Isabelle
Guzman, Alvin Hargrove, Madison Harrington, Cecilia Hernandez,
Ciarra Hernandez, Fran'Naysia Jackson, Kruz Jimenez, Zarya Kearse,
Banicel Leon, Kenneth Llanes, Fabio Lucas, Daniel Luviano, Madison
Martinez, Samantha Martinez, Maurice McClain, Kaleese McClymont-
Davis, Damien McMackins, Anthony Morelos, Ricardo Moreno, Alex
Murillo, Madison Music, Abraham Nunez, Araceli Perez, Acela Ramirez,
Juan Ramirez, Hailey Revels, Cristian Reyes, Gisselle Rivas, Luis Rivera,
Maria Rodriguez, Jocelyn Ruiz, Alfredo Salas, Jeamscy Salgado, Elijah
Sandoval-Dean, Samuel Santillana, Brenda Saucedo, Curtis Scruggs,
Justin Sherrod, Pascual Silva, Ian Solis, Makayla Solis, Justin Taylor,
Kaydence Tindall, Desiree Troxell, Victor Vasquez, Ruben Velasquez,
Ricardo Villaverde, Brendan Walker, and Jiovani Zuniga.
First Grade A Honor Roll
Manuel Aguilar, Jair Andrade, Judith Arellano, Ty Bradford, Giancarlo
Carreno, Manuel Cordova, Abigail DeLeon-Pena, Juan Diaz, Ashlyn
Earnest, Arli Fajardo, Felix Flores, Mauricio Garduno-Rea, Layne Garza,
Brianna Gibson, Ashlyn Hood, Terryn Horton, Saul Gomez-Rangel,
Kate Karr, Alysandra Luna, Jacob Marquez, Grace McGirt, Alexander
Mendez, Alejandro Morales, Abraham Nino, Haylee O'Bannon, Miguel
Pena, Maia Piedra, Elizabeth Poblano-Santiago, Hailey Prince, Jaelyn

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First Grade A/B Honor Roll
Aaron Acevedo, Daniel Adams, Bryan Aguilar, Stormy Alexander,
Leidanys Barrios, Nicholas Carr, Alyssa Carrillo, Brian Alvarado-Chavez,
Frederick Bernard, Climmie Davis, Damien Deleon, Elizabeth
Espinoza, Christian Etienne-Whitehall, Seth Everette, Amy Garcia,
Justin Garza, Jenifer Geronimo, Jefferson Gonzalez, Austin Graham,
Ethan Hetland, Marius Ibarra, Valeria Jacob-Barrera, Nicholas Jones,
Chasadee Jaume, Rylan Keen, Antonio Lopez, Joanna Magana-Marines,
Joel Olguin, Frida Paniagua, Felix Portales, Lexy Prieto, Alexis Reyes,
Antonio Rivas, Alejandro Rodriguez, Alyssa Rodriguez, Vivianna
Rodriguez, Gabriella Rosado, Leo Rosas, Jesus Sanchez, Angel Soto,
Sophia Suarez, James Timmons, Filiberto Trejo, Isai Vasquez, Ixleily
Vega and Abraham Zuniga.
Second Grade A Honor Roll
Stephanie Alvarado, Trey Bradford, Cruz Carreno, Adrian Gonzalez,
Baltazar Guillen, Jacob Howard, Jerron Jackson, BrittanyJuarez, Jenna
McClain, Taylor McGill, Ashley Mears, Angela Pacheco, Abbey Parantha,
Jaden Sherrod, Kyleigh Stitt, Dulcemaria Toledo, and Melissa
Verduzco.
Second Grade A/B Honor Roll
Mario Alvarado, Daniel Angeles, Erika Arias-Lee, Gabriel Arriola, Chris
Bahamundi, Isaac Bone, Joel Cadena, Yasmin Ceballo, Naomi
Cervantes,Yarisa Cortez, Kyle Gallegos, Angie Garcia, Solexeyh Garcia,
Allison Garrido, Maria Gomez, Madyson Gross, Cristian Guzman,
Alexus Higginbotham, McKayla Hornsby, Emyllee Hull, Lilia Jaramillo,
Benjamin Martinez, Joseph Mellott, Cristian Miranda, MacKenzie
Music, Ja'Unnaha Parker, Gianni Perez, Miqueas Perez-Ramos, Eric
Reyes, Jose Reyes, Yahaira Reyes, Armando Rodriguez-Briones, Natasha
Serrano, Eebonik Simmons, Seferino Solis, Pedro Soto, Jesse Taylor,
and Cal Walker.
Third Grade A Honor Roll
Ethan Blanset, Joseph DeJesus, Travis Gayle, Karem Juarez, Gaspar
Reyes, and Caylin Toro.
Third Grade A-B Honor Roll
Mary Angel, Nadia Castillo, Michel Ceballo, AnnMarie Coello, Erik
Cruz, Raven Diaz, Jonatan Espinoza, Downing George, Giselle Gomez,
Leticia Gomez, Ruben Guzman, Esmerelda Hernandez, Nayeli
Hernandez, Tatiana Hernandez, Chloe Horton, Jacqueline Leon, Taylor
Lynn, Miguel Magana, Ezequiel Moreno, Luis Orduna, Anthony Ozuna,
Erica Pacheco, Neitali Padilla, Giovanna Portales, Alexis Rivera, Aliza
Rodriguez, Yonathan Rodriguez, Lane Rutter, Safeena Saheed, Alvaro
Salas, Osbaldo Salinas-Luna, Rogelio Serrano, Daniel Soto, Jocelyn
Trejo Jose Trejo, Jose Vargas, Genesis Ventura, Miriam Villeda, Jordan
Walker, and Serafin Zuniga.
Fourth Grade A Honor Roll
Eduardo Acevedo, Thomas Aispuro, Jocelyn Dzuong, Jacob Earnest,
Natalie Mayo, , Awad Qaqi, Jackie Ramirez, Myah Rodriguez, Daniela
Rosito, Shareefa Saheed, and Dania Toledo.
Fourth Grade A/B Honor Roll
Ezequiel Aguilar, Taylor Alexander, Omar Alvarado, Julissa Andrade,
Hugo Armijo, Abigail Barraza, Briana Bonito, Elmer Carranza, Sara
Cordova, Sergio Coronado, Ana DeSantiago, i--r. FFF-rs, Eric
Escobedo, Jose Esquivel, Ramon Figueroa, Tylo .' , . Vanessa
Garcia, Emily Grant, Francisco Grifaldo, Fiorn ll . ... Eliceo
Hernandez, Kameron Higginbotham, Jason Imsdahl, Nain Jaimes,
Stephanie Jimenez, Novie Kohutek, Benjamin Molina, Jadon Molina,
Alejandra Moreno, Ezequiel Moreno, Mason Piedra, Melody Paz, Myra
Prince, Nieves Ramirez, Juan Reyes, Alejandro Rivas, Marido Rivera,
Matthew Robertson, Gisselle Robles, Andy Rosado, Ernesto Tamayo,
Colin Taylor, Maria Vasquez, Citlalli Velasquez, Chelby Villanueva, and
Evelyn Villegas.
Fifth Grade A Roll
Emma Bridwell, Gabriel Calderon, Nicholas Castillo, Michelle Crews,
Ruby Figueroa, Kayla Hood, EmilyJuarez, Jason Mathis, Jocelin Nunez,
Jaxon Purvis, Neydel Rego, Alondra Reyna, Lazaro Sandoval, Caleb
Stitt, and Mark Vasquez.
Fifth Grade A/B Honor Roll
Selena Acosta, Kara Alexander, Nellanie Cantu, Brianna Cardenas,
Destiny Cornelius, Cesar DeSantiago, Eric Garza, Melanie Garza, Eric
Geronimo, Iscel Gomez, Alan Gonzalez, David Gonzalez, Jailine
Gonzalez, Vivianna Guerrero, Kassandra Karr, Corbyn Kohutek, Maria
Mendoza, Ashley Miller, Joshua Miller, Jose Narez, Benjamin Nieves,
Philip O'Bannon, Raymond Orengo, Margie Pardo, Daniel Pinero,
Gerardo Rivas-Leal, Abbigail Sigala, Kylie Soliz, Kinsey Winstead, and
Juan Zamora.
Country Oaks Elementary 4th Nine Weeks
First Grade A Honor Roll
Jair Andrade, Judith Arellano, Sydn F . , i T Bradford, Nicholas
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Cordova, Abigail DeLeon-Pena, Elijah Diaz, Juan Diaz, Ashlyn Earnest,
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Graham, Ashlyn Hood, Terryn Horton, Valeria Jacob-Barrera,
Chasadee Jaume, Rylan Keen, Alysandra Luna, Joanna Magana-Marines,
Jacob Marquez, Grace McGirt, Alexander Mendez, Alejandro Morales,
Haylee O'Bannon, Miguel Pena, Maia Piedra, Elizabeth Poblano-
Santiago, Hailey Prince, Jaelyn Purvis, Librado Quintanilla, Michelle
Rego, Angel Soto, Sophia Suarez, Giselle Tavera, Trinity Thielen, and
Brian Zuniga.
First Grade A/B Honor Roll
Aaron Acevedo, Daniel Adams, Manuel Aguas, Bryan Aguilar, Stormy
Alexander, Tyler Alexander, Brian Alvarado-Chavez, Leidanys Barrios,
Federick Bernard, Loreneanita Browne, Sara Coronado, Climmie
Davis, Damien DeLeon, Gissel Diaz, Justin Garza, Layne Garza, Jesus
Gonzalez, Melissa Gonzalez, Jessica Gutierrez, Ethan Hetland, Terry
Hinson, Marius Ibarra, Nicholas Jones, Kate Karr, Antonio Lopez,
Stephanie Lopez, Rigoberto Nicolas, Abraham Nino, Joel Olguin, Felix
Portales, Lexy Prieto, Priscila Ramirez, Alexis Reyes, Antonio Rivas,
Alyssa Rodriguez, Vivianna Rodriguez, Gabriella Rosa, Akeel Saheed,
Jesus Sanchez, Damian Sigala, Veronica Soto, James Timmons, Adrian
Torres, Filiberto Trejo, Diana Vargas, Isai Vasquez, xleily Vega, and
David Velasquez.
Second Grade A Honor Roll
Stephanie Alvarado, Gabriel Arriola, Corbin Barber, Trey Bradford, Cruz
Carreno, Naomi Cervantes, Adrian Gonzalez, Baltazar Guillen, Jacob
Howard, Jerron Jackson, Brittany Juarez, Jenna McClain, Tayler McGill,
Ashley Mears, Angela Pacheco, Abbey Parantha, Noarsey Perle, Jahaira
Reyes, Jose Reyes, Jaden Sherrod, Kyleigh Stitt, and Dulcemaria
Toledo.
Second Grade A/B Honor Roll
I, i , , i i 1... .. 1i i i i..... i i .. i Chris Baham undi, Isaac
. i . I i i .. . ...... i . i i . Coria, Tate Fussell, Kyle
Gallegos, Angie Garcia, Allison Garrido, Alejandra Geronimo, Madyson
Gross, Cristian Guzman, McKayla Hornsby, Emyllee Hull, Lilia
Jaramillo, Erika Lee, Bryan Martin, Benjamin Martinez, Joseph Mellott,
Cristian Miranda, Ja'Unnaha Parker, Gianni Perez, Miqueas Perez-
Ramos, Renier Pupo, Alexa Ramirez, Eric Reyes, Billie Richardson,
Armando Rodriguez-Briones, Kevin Rosales, Eebonik Simmons,
Seferino Solis, Pedro Soto, Ben Suggs, Jesse Taylor, Melissa Verduzco,
and Cal Walker.
Third Grade A Honor Roll
Mary Angel, Travis Gayle, Esmerelda Hernandez, Chloe Horton, Karem
Juarez, Gaspar Reyes, and Caylin Toro.
Third Grade A-B Honor Roll
Jaidon Aispuro, Ethan Blanset, Nayleah Cantu, Nadia Castillo, Jonathan
Castro, Michel Ceballo, AnnMarie Coello, Erik Cruz, Dean DeLaCruz,
Jasper Dzuong, Jonatan Espinoza, Downing George, Alexia Gomez,
Leticia Gomez, Omar Gonzales, Sonia Guzman, Christianna
Hernandez, Nayeli Hernandez, Alan Herrera, Jacob Hollingsworth,
Jacqueline Leon, Annette Lopez, Taylor Lynn, Miguel Magana,
Demetric McClain, Karla Morales, Ezequiel Moreno, Regina Moreno,
Jacob Mott, Luis Orduna, Anthony Ozuna, Erica Pacheco, Katie
Pacheco, Neitali Padilla, Xavier Pearson, Giovanna Portales, Jane
Richardson, Aleis Rivera, Yonathan Rodriguez, Flor Rosas, Lane Rutter,
Safeena Saheed, Alvaro Salas, Osbaldo Salinas-Luna, Rogelio Serrano,
Jesus Solis, Jose Trejo, Miriam Villeda, Jordan Walker, Dillon White, and
Serafin Zuniga.
Fourth Grade A Honor Roll
Eduardo Acevedo, Sara Cordova, Jocelyn Dzuong, Jacob Earnest, Eric
Escobedo, Natalie Mayo, Awad Qaqi, Andy Rosado, Shareefa Saheed,
and Dania Toledo.
Fourth Grade A/B Honor Roll
Ezequiel Aguilar, Thomas Aispuro, Taylor Alexander, Hugo Armijo,
Abigail Barraza, Briana Bonita, Elmer Carranza, Sergio Coronado, Ana
DeSantiago, Jose Esquivel, Alyssa Ferguson, Ramon Figueroa, Rebekah
Garcia, Jorge Gil, Veronica Gomez, Emily Grant, Briana Guijosa, ,
Fiorella Guillen, Hunter Hansen, Kameron Higginbotham, Nain
Jaimes, Stephanie Jimenez, Benjamin Molina, Jadon Molina, Alejandra
Moreno, Esequiel Moreno, Jennifer Perle, Maison Piedra, Esdiel Plaza,
Myra Prince, Emiliano Ramirez, Jackie Ramirez, Juan Reyes, Daniela
Rosito, Ernesto Tamayo, Colin Taylor,Elizeth Vasquez, Chelby
Villanueva, and Gene Yelling.
Fifth Grade A Roll
Gabriel Calderon, Nicholas Castillo, Destiny Cornelius, Ruby Figueroa,
Kayla Hood, Giselle Mendoza, Jocelin Nunez, Jaxon Purvis, Neydel
Rego, Alondra Reyna, Lazaro Sandoval, Caleb Stitt, and Mark Vasquez.
Fifth Grade A/B Honor Roll
Selina Acosta, Kara Alexander, Yaneth Bedolla, Emma Bridwell,
Nellianie Cantu, Omar Castillo, Michelle Crews, Cesar DeSantiago,
Diana Espinoza, Vanessa Fernandez-Gamez, Eric Garza, Melanie Garza,
Eric Geronimo, Iscel Gomez, Alan Gonzalez, Jailine Gonzalez, Viviana
Guerrero, Ar'da'zhane Harper, Emily Juarez, Corbyn Kohutek, Victoria
Magana, Jason Mathis, Maria Mendoza, Ashley Miller, Joshua Miller, Jose
Narez, Benny Nieves, Philip O'Bannon, Margie Pardo, Ivan Perez,
Daniel Pinero, Pedro Rangel, Charlie Ruiz, Abby Sigala, Guadalupe
Soto, Maria Villeda, Kinsey Winstead.
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Fifth Grade"A" Honor Roll
Dustin Cooper, Ty Burton, Angel Vargas
Fifth Grade A/B Honor Roll
Neftali Arellano, Dulce Callejas, Kymberlee Chance, Luz Flores,
Jennifer Ixmay Madelyn Munson, Ricardo Balderas, Vanessa Barrios,
Juan Madrid, Freddy Mendez, Stephany Menguela, Ernesto Saucedo,
Briseida Aguilar, Alex Browning, Cesar Dobbins, Kyle Holt, Danielle
Rennolds, Thayer Stem.
Fifth Grade Dolphin Pride
Adolfo Soto
Fourth Grade A Honor Roll
Harvey Castro, Arnulfo Villacana, Stephen Howard
Fourth Grade A/B Honor Roll
Freddy Balderas, Elias Juarez, Maddie Lofton, Jordyn Perkins, Luz
Marines, Leland Wilson, Enrique Henandez, Dominic Aguilar, Mario
Hernandez, Brandon Flack, Cameron Kelly
Fourth Grade Dolphin Pride
Jaime Deras, Celia Zuniga, Fabian Mata, Reginaldo Castillo, Jesus
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Third Grade A/B Honor Roll
Genaro Alaniz, Joselyn Cruz, Silvino Guijosa-Bernabe, Angel Leyva,
Leticia Penaloza, Yesenia Ramirez, Elizabeth Raya, Kurt Holt, Carlos
Cruz-Pacheco, Giovanni Martinez, Jimmy Perez, Gwendolyn Skinner,
Jesus Villagomez, Julian Gomez, Alea Madrid, Giselle Perez, Yadira
Torres
Third Grade Dolphin Pride
-Victor Deras, Brian Polanco, Alex Chairez, Mayra Gaspar-Zuniga
LaBelle Elementary School 4th Nine Weeks
Fifth Grade"A" Honor Roll
Ty Burton, Angel Vargas, Freddy Mendez, Stephany Menguela, Ernesto
Saucedo
Fifth Grade A/B Honor Roll
Ricardo Balderas, Vanessa Barrios, Marvin Raya, Anthony Goostree,
Samantha Martinez, Erik Salinas, Briseida Aguilar, Monica Banda,
Alejandro Browning, Angelica Cuellar, Cesar Dobbins, Kyle Holt,
Danielle Rennolds, Xiomara Rivera, Thayer Stem, Brandon Villa, Neftali
Arellano, Mary Bembry, Dulce Callejas, Andres Chairez, Kymberlee
Chance, Dustin Cooper, Luz Flores, Jennifer Ixmay, Gary Perez, Josue
Rios, Diego Roblero
Fifth Grade Dolphin Pride
Adolfo Soto
Fourth Grade A Honor Roll
Harvey Castro, Stephen Howard
Fourth Grade A/B Honor Roll
Yaritza Herrera, Elias Juarez, Maddie Lofton, Jordyn Perkins, Britten
Williams, Natalie Valle, Arnulfo Villacana, Wyatt English, Jackie Ferreira,
Brandon Flack, Cameron Kelly, Luz Marines, Yesenia Medina, Andres
Ramirez, Dominic Aguilar, Claudia Soto, Leland Wilson, Nadia Chavez
Fourth Grade Dolphin Pride
Kimberly Aguilar, Fabian Mata, Jaime Deras, Jessenia Denning, Jose
Olvera, Reginaldo Castillo
Third Grade A/B Honor Roll
Kurt Holt, Mariana Alvarado, Jesus Villagomez, Trace Burchard, Brianna
Escobedo, Juliana Escobedo, Julian Gomez, Alea Madrid, Juan Isaac
Madrid, Marco Mendez, Giselle Perez, Vanessa Ramirez, William Salas,
Joahan Solis, Yadira Torres, Silvino Guijosa-Bernabe, Leticia Penaloza,
Taylor Sanchez, Gwendolyn Skinner, Jimmy Perez, Logan Mathis,
Giovanni Martinez, Carlos Cruz-Pacheco
Third Grade Dolphin Pride
Johanna Gomez, Brian Polanco, Victor Deras, George Velasco, Alex
Chairez, Mayra Gaspar-Zuniga
LaBelle Middle School 3rd Nine Weeks
Sixth Grade Highest Honor Roll
Andrews Hannah, Avila Cleyver, Carmona Brent, Esquivel Thalia,
Guzman Camerino, Howard Kayla, Lofton Maura, Mata Anamaria, Paz
Beverly, Sanchez Omar, Schwarz Emily
Sixth Grade High Honor Roll
Aguilar-Fortanel Jose, Alvarez Flora, Anderson Alexandria,
Barnett Amber, Barraza Lexy, Bowen Ryley, Campbell Lexus, Cisnero
Bernard, Craft Jasmine, Dossou SandyEscobedo Jessenia, Escobedo
Myrna, Galbreath Elias, Gallegos Tatiana,Gomez Cinthia,Gomez
Manuela, Gomez Victoria, Gonzales Amberly, Guajardo Naesa, Guillen
Guadalupe, Hernandez Estefania, Hernandez Laura, Herrera Brendon,
Lxmay Wilmer, Jimenez Joel, Leal JuanLynn Charlie, Martin Meghan,
Martinez Sabrina, Mendoza Bianca, Montalvo Anahi, Morales Jonathan,
Navarro Anabel, O'ferrell Macy, Pardo Raul, Perez Arely, Raya Jaime,
Reyes Isaac, Rodriguez Esmeralda, Russell Jordan, Sanchez Julio,
Santiago Alex, Shackford Deedra, Sims Samantha, Smith Destiny, Soto
Daisy, Sullivan Amanda, Walker John, White Brooke
Seventh Grade Highest Honor Roll
Acevedo Marisela, Acevedo Yarely, Banky Jason, Benavidez Jesus,
Delgado Michelle, Eiden Emileigh, Hernandez Mariano, Lawton
Kaitlin, Leal Diana, Leon Joseph, Marroquin Brandynn, Mayo Caitlyn,
Moreno Denise, Mourfield Dane, Reed Tyrone, Reyna Matthew, Rivera
Adrian, Rodriguez Lidianis, Rojas Luis, Vargas Hugo, Williams Emerald,
Yzaguirre Cleofas
Seventh Grade High Honor Roll
Aguilar-Marquez Angel, Alaniz Esmeralda, Avellaneda Yesenia,
Bahamundi OmBa, Barnett Anthony Cahoon Emma, Callejas Maria,
Cantu Rumor, Carnevalino Sean, Carranza Liliana, Carrion Kenneth,
Casten Kylie, Castillo Alexis, Corker Jessica, Deras Andrea, Diaz
Eusebio, Dobbins Kaylee, Escobedo Diana, Escobedo Natali, Escobedo
Ricardo, Espino Maribel, Facundo Alyssia, Fajardo Gladimir, Figueroa
Omar, Flores Jazmin, Garcia Mayreli, Garcia Santamaria Keyla, Garza
Miranda, Gonzalez Viridiana, Grifaldo Graciela, Hand Aaron,
Hernandez Cruz, Hernandez Erick, Herrera Brianna, Home Tiffany,
Huffman Wesley, Hunter Maddison, Jimenez Diana, Johnson
Stephanie, Lapp Rebekah, Leiva Lopez Jeremy, Lopez Jennifer, Lopez,


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On stage
On May 18, The Atlantic Coast Theatre for Youth, came to Country Oaks for two
performances. They performed "The Fairy Tales of Grimm." COES would like
to thank Don and Noel for coming to our school. The students loved the per-
formances! Atlantic Coast Theatre for Youth is based in Orlando. You can visit
their Web site at www.atlantic-coast-theatre.com for more information. Pictured
from left to right are Don Gruel and Noel Holland from Atlantic Coast Theatre for
Youth, and COE students Justin Harris, Alainna Yelling and Dillon White.


Caloosa Belle/Patty Brant

Sold out!
The LaBelle Chamber of Commerce is taking a break from serving lunch in
July but don't worry - it'll be August before you know it. In the meantime, come
to the chamber's social July 14 at Beef O'Brady's - it'll be "Fourth of July Take
2!" Pictured from left: Exeutive Secretary Sara Townsend, new member Debbie
Klemmer, Debra Strickland and Directors Bobbie Spratt and Kim Hamilton.


Acting workshop: You could



be up on the stage!


If you're an actor or ever thought of be-
ing one, you might be interested in the Act-
ing Workshop to be held every Friday July
8-July 29 6:30-8:30 p.m. for all adult actors
OR anyone who would like to act - 13 years
or older.
This free workshop will help hone audi-
tion skills, gain confidence in appearing on
a stage and increase their understanding of
the acting process.
This program is a chance for new or in-
experienced actors to work on the skills that
can win you auditions and advance an ap-
preciation for the acting process. It is also
for the experienced actor who would like
to perform a favorite monologue/scene that
they have not been able to perform on a
stage (sorry, plays only. No musicals).
There will be an ample supply of scenes


and monologues to use. If you have some-
thing of your own that you would like to do,
please bring it with you.
Each participant will perform their piece
on the final night of the workshop (July 29)
for the workshop and anyone you would
like to invite. The participants of the work-
shop will vote on their favorite performance
and that person will win a $25 gift certificate
to Beef O'Brady's.
Remember, there is no pressure here;
you will be among friends. Regardless of
skill level of experience, this workshop is for
you!
If you are interested in this program,
please RSVP to jbrd56@embarqmail.com
or contact the LaBelle Community Theatre
at 675-3066.


LaBelle Middle School 3rd Nine Weeks
Seventh Grade High Honor Roll
Martinez Karol, Mccormick Baylen, Mills Maranda, Mondragon,
Morrison, Munoz, Palacios, Price, Raya Luis, Reyes Justin, Rojas Alexis,
Santiago Thelma, Vasquez Angel, Williams Mykala
Eighth Grade Highest Honor Roll
Alvarado Paola, Arnold Abby, Bass Victoria, Bedolla Fernando, Burton
Glenn,Cardoza Beatriz, Carranza Itzel, Cruz Lorena, Deras, Dominguez
Tracey, Dunham Melissa, Gause Christian, Grifaldo Norma, Hall
Rebecca, Hernandez Mariby, Heuer Sheena, Hyser Miken, Johnson
Caroline, Keller Daniel, Lee Brittany, Leon Juliana, Martinez Michael,
Martinez Patricia, Melgoza Kasandra, Moreno Gerardo, Plaza Esteban,
Rice Jordan, Robertson Holley Salinas Hipolito, Salinas Magali, Sims
Jerica, White Logann, Yawn-White Emma
Eighth Grade High Honor Roll
Alderman Justin , Barfield Emmaraye, Barnhart-Rickards Hummyhn-
Byrd, Barrios Patricia, Bedolla Jovani, Beer Ashton, Bell Skylar ,
Bustamante Sergio, Callejas Jesus, Carter Anastasia, Casseus Sterlin,
Cisneros Melinda, Coker Garrett, Cornejo Anthony, Cortez Yasmin, Cox
Daynara, DerasJavier, Diaz Marisol, Faz Ashley, Galvez Christian, Garcia
Homer, Garcia Miranda, GarzaAlexia, GomezJuana, Gomez Sanjuana,
Gonzalez Jorge , Gonzalez Yuvisela, Grant Thomas, Gutierrez Josue,
Hernandez Felix, Jaramillo Julian, Jedrykowski Amanda, Jimenez
Christian, Jimenez Jose,
Johnson Jonteria, Johnson Leah, Lopez Isaac, Luna Brianna, Mc Inturff
Jorge, Mendoza Vanessa, Molina Olivia, Morrison Scott, OrdunaJusue,
Pascher Cassidy, Pepitone Michael, Ramirez Juan, Ramirez-Reyna
Mayra, Ramos Jose, Resendiz Alejandro, Reyes Roger, Rivas Jack,
Saucedo Adriana, Smith Eileen, Thacker Calvin, Timms Alexis, Villa
Alondra, W hit' i ii .1 1 . i , i I.
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Sixth Grade Highest Honor Roll
Anderson Alexandria, Andrews Hannah, Avila Cleyver, Barraza Lexy,
Bowen Ryley Carmona Brent, Howard Kayla, Lofton Maura, Martin
I .1... i ... ...... . , i I Bianca, O'ferrell Macy, Pardo Raul,
, j II i 11. i, ,, .. .. 1 iwarz Emily
Sixth Grade High Honor Roll
Barnett Amber, Cavazos Maria, Escobar William, Gomez Cinthia,
Gomez Manuela, Gomez Victoria, Gonzalez Abigaid, Guajardo Naesa,
Guillen Guadalupe, Hernandez Estefania, Herrera Brendon, Kovarik
Skylar, Lynn Charlie, Marquez Elizabeth, Morales Jonathan, Navarro
Anabel, Paz Beverly, Perez Arely, Perez Brittany, Perez Glenda, Raya
Jaime, Reyes Isaac, Rodriguez Brandon, Rodriguez Esmeralda, Sanchez
Julio, Santiago Alex, Shackford Deedra, Smith Destiny, Soto Daisy,
Sullivan Amanda, Trevino Sergio, Wagner Jakob, White Brooke
Seventh Grade Highest Honor Roll
AcevedoMarisela,Acevedo' I i i I... 1. i
B enavidez Jesus, C ornelius ,,. i , 1. , i I i. 11 i I i
Eiden Emileigh, Hernandez Mariano, Herrera Brianna, Hull Brianna,
Hyser Dalton, Johnson Stephanie, Lapp Rebekah, Lawton Kaitlin, Leal
Diana, Lopez Lizbeth, Marroquin Brandynn, Mayo Caitlyn, Moreno
Denise, Pearson Austin, Price Megan, Vargas Hugo, Williams Emerald,
Yzaguirre Cleofas, Zuniga Ernan
Seventh Grade High Honor Roll
Aguilar Ramon, Alaniz Esmeralda, Almaguer Jessica, Avellaneda
Yesenia, Bahamundi Omar, Barnett Anthony Cahoon Emma, Callejas
Maria, Cantu Rumor, Carranza Liliana, Carrion Kenneth, Casten Kylie,
Castillo Alexis, Cordes Angelica, Corker Jessica, Deras Andrea, Deras
Lamberto, Diaz Eusebio, Escobedo Diana, Escobedo Natali, Escobedo
Ricardo, Espino Maribel, Figueroa Omar, Garza Miranda, Gonzalez
Viridiana, Grifaldo Graciela, Hand Aaron, Hernandez Cruz, Huffman
Wesley, Hunter Maddison, Jimenez Diana, Leon Joseph, Madrid Sabina,
Martinez Karol, Mc Daniel Michael, Mccormick Baylen, Mills Maranda,
Minguela Efren, Mondragon Jailene, Montesino Jorge, Mourfield Dane,
Munoz Diana, Raya Luis, Reed Tyrone, Reyna Matthew, Rice Mabry,
Rivera Adrian,F . I .. , ,. Ruiz Xavier, Santamaria
Eliudan, Santiag 1i I..... , i.,i i I ,, > Carolina, Valle Vanessa,
Vasquez Reyna, Williams Mykala
Eighth Grade Highest Honor Roll
Alvarado Paola, Arnold Abby, Barrios Patricia, Bass Victoria, Burton
Glenn, Cardoza Beatriz, Cruz Lorena, Dominguez Tracey, Dunham
Melissa, Faz Ashley, Gause Christian, Gomez Sanjuana, Hall Rebecca,
Hernandez Felix, Heuer Sheena, Hyser Miken, Keller Daniel, Leon
Juliana, Martinez Michael, Moreno Gerardo, Perez Guadalupe, Plaza
Esteban, Rice Jordan, Salinas Hipolito, Salinas Magali, Sims Jerica,
Yawn-White Emma
Eighth Grade High Honor Roll
Barfield Emmaraye, Bedolla Fernando, Bell Skylar, Callejas Jesus,
Canche Enelly Carranza Itzel, Casseus Sterlin, Coker Garrett, Cortez
Yasmin, Deleon Jasmine, Garcia Homer, GomezJuana, Gonzalez Isaac,


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Hernandez Estefani, Hernandez Mariby Jedrykowski Amanda, Jimenez
Christian, Jimenez Jose, Johnson Jonteria, Johnson Leah, Lee Brittany,
Luna Brianna, Martinez Patricia, Mc Inturff Jorge, Melgoza Kasandra,
Mendez Luis, Mendoza Vanessa, Molina Olivia, Pascher Cassidy,
Pepitone Michael, Resendiz Alejandro, Resendiz Fernando, Reyes
Roger, Rivas Jack, Robertson Holley, Rutter Dakoda, Smith Eileen,
Storey Steve, Timms Alexis, Villa Alondra, White Logann
LaBelle High School
Ninth Grade A Honor Roll
Stephen Bledsoe, Ernestina Deras, Yoana Dominguez, Landy Dossou,
Paul Luckey, Alejandra Magana, Albar Ramirez, Yanely Ramirez,
Kendrick Rivera, Fernando Rodriguez, Faith Sherrod, Katelyn
Steelman, Michael Vasquez
Ninth Grade A/B Honor Roll
Valentin Alsina, Cindy Alvarado, Aida Arellano- Monreal, Tyler Carley,
Jaqueline Casiano, Taylor Corbitt, Maria Coria, Samuel Cruz, Nikolas
Cuellar, Lucas Curtis, Jose Erreguin, Yesenia Erreguin, Rafael Garcia,
Lindsey Garza, Jose Gomez, Alondra Gonzalez, Eduardo Gonzalez,
Marissa Gonzalez, Katie Guerrero, Yovani Hernandez, Brandon
Herrero, Courtney Inman, Jasmine Jimenez, Ezequiel Juarez, Bertha
Karr, Francisco Kendrick, Emily Larson, Dalton Longenecker, Domingo
Lopez, Clarissa Madrid, Paulina Magana, Vanessa Mata, William
Maxwell, Luis Mendez, Jarred Miller, Isabel Molina, Abigail O'ferrell,
Cristal Olguin, Rawan Qaqi, Celia Resendiz, Sergio Rodriguez, Nicole
Rosito, Mark Sloan, Tania Soto, Breanna Spencer, Maricela Valadez,
Darniel Williams, Sergio Zuniga
Tenth Grade A Honor Roll
Derek Bass, Andrew Benkert, Trisha Bennett, Alton Burton, Ronald
Burton, Clarisa Callejas, Jacqueline Desantiago, Michelle Gielow,
Alexander Hernandez, Bianca Hernandez, Sarah Lapp, Cesareo Leos,
Flavio Lopez, Andrea Lutkenhaus, Brennah Mcvey Mariah Molina, Tyler
O'ferrell, Kendall Owens, Jocelyn Renteria, Diana Rodriguez, Jeremiah
Schauer, Jessica Smith, Peyton Walls
Tenth Grade A/B Honor Roll
Avery Alaimo, Juan Arrieta, Estela Avila, Edith Benitez-Rangel, Anna
Bustamante, Brandy Chapman, Jahaira Chavez, Matthew Cooper,
Caroline Cottrell, Joseph Danforth, Valeria Dimas, Trisha Donaldson,
Rachel-Lian Felicie, Austin Garcia, Sergio Gomez, Kathryn Harrell, Ryan
Hellard, Brittany Hicks, Mariel Juarez, Kayla Keller, Tiffany Kuhl, Luis
Luna, Juan Magana, Giovana Maldonado, Cesar Mancilla, Romario
Mclean, Amelia Molina, Brett Orlinski, Morgan Pepitone, Hanan Qaqi,
Adan Ramirez, Maniram Rampersaud, Nathan Rowe, Carolina
Sanmarty, Floyd Spangler, Suzanna Talada, Cory Taylor, Jordan Taylor,
Brandon Toulis, Even Vasquez, Marixa Velasquez, Brooklin Walls,
Nicholas Wegscheid, Jessica Whitman
Eleventh Grade A Honor Roll
Allen Madison, Barraza Jenna, Bridwell Chandler, Bridwell Chelsea,
Castillejo Jesus, Charrier Chanel, Cruz Alexia, Garduno Karen,
Hernandez Keilani, Howard Jena, Marotti Kendall, Marroquin Diego,
Mcdaniel Joseph, Noyola Yisvi, Owens Tyler, Pena Alexa, Salinas
Humberto, Santillan Carlos, Trejo Daisy, Trejo Maria, Whyte Kinsey
Eleventh Grade A/B Honor Roll
Gabriela Acevedo, Vicente Acevedo, Reyes Aguilar, Morgan Alderman,
Kayla Ayers, Anthony Black, Bronson Canche, Alma Castillo, Irene
Castro, Alejandra Cruz, Ashley Cruz, Miquela Cuellar, Brittany Deras,
Isael Deras, Jinique Dossou, Britt Edwards, Vicente Garcia, Yeraldin
Garcia, Marilu Garza, Nancy Garza, Lauren Gee, Ashley Golemme,
Ramon Gomez, Winston Goodwin, Ariana Hernandez, Leslie
Hernandez, Melissa Hernandez, Ryan Howard, Gary Hull, Fabion
Irving, Pablo Jaramillo, Yessenia Juarez, Karen Karr, Emily Kostoff,
Marisol Lazalde, Ramon Leyva,' I. .... I .... I II. Martinez, Robert
Meador, Matias Menguela, Christian Morales, Charles Murphy,
Edilberto Olguin, Anakaren Perez, Yeseni Perez, Rocio Pimentel, Laura
Raulerson, Juan Rodriguez, Pedro Rodriguez Lopez, Cynthia Rosario,
Socorro Ruiz, Shamus Samerdyke, Omar Sanchez, Tyler Sherrod, Corie
Tolar, Leah Van Wagner, Octavio Vazquez, Morgan Walker, Karla Zavala
Twelth Grade A Honor Roll
Alma Benitez, Staci Berg, Matthew Billings, Tiffany Bustin, Tiffany
Canales, Angela Carmona, Taylor Chapman, Christopher Delnegro,
Kandy Dimas, Frantzcia Dossou, Zena Gatch, Maria Gomez, Maria
Gomez, Beatriz Jimenez, Myisha Killiebrew, Kellie Lalor, Chad Lamkin,
Stephen Lapp, Emily Leon, Laura Macias, Veronica Martinez, Juan
Minguela, Sara Murray, Marc Perez, Michael Pittman, Brianna Ramos,
Santiago Reyes, Travis Roberts, Celene Rodriguez, Janette Rodriguez,
Rachel Schauer, Taylor Stadler, Bruce Tanner, Kindall Tindall, Maria
Valentin, Austin Vega, Teo Verhoeven, Stephen Whidden, Andrew
Whitman, Montana Wilkins, Grady Willis, Daniel Yazvac
Twelth Grade A/B Honor Roll
Crystal Abrego, ColeAnderson, AlexiaArellano- Monreal, Jennifer Avila,
Caleb Baker, Courtney Bancroft, Sebastian Bembry, Elizabeth Burns,
Steffanie Cain, Lupe Calderon, Elias Carmona, Brandon Cooper, Ashley
Cox, Axer Diaz, Maico Erreguin, Susana Fernandez, Steven Fiore, Jose
Garcia, Noemi Garcia, Stephanie Garcia, Arianna Gonzalez, Mayra
Gonzalez, Elaine Guerrero, Steven Helms, Courtney Hernandez,
Daniel Hernandez, James Hester, Alton Jackson, Amanda Lopez,
Timothy Lopez, Rigoverto Madrid, Amy Marquez, Beatriz Martinez,
Vanessa Martinez, Jessica Mathis, Joshua Mccardel, David Miller, Adrian
Moreno, Alejandro Moreno, Alma Moreno, Robert Morrison, Tyler
Murray, Ana Pena, Josue Quiroz, Yesenia Resendiz, Yesenia Resendiz,
Trevor Selph, Brittany Smith, Jiesha Stephens, Richard Talada, Matthew
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ing applications until
July 8, 2011, for a full-
:ime maintenance posi-
tion in the LaBelle area.
Qualifications: You must
have experience in op-
eration of heavy duty
tractors, batwing mow-
ers and some rubber
tire back hoe loaders.
rhe starting pay is
$9.25 per hour. Do not
apply without these
qualifications. Applica-
tion forms may be ob-
tained from the District
office on 3293 Dellwood
terrace off S. Birch-
wood Parkway in Port
LaBelle or call 675-0346
between the hours o'
8:00 a.m. and 4:00
p.m., Mon.-Fri.
Barron Water Control
District is an equal op-
portunity employer and
qualified applicants are
considered without re-
jard to race, color, re-
igion, sex, age, marital
or veteran status.
George A. Leich
Field Superintenden




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home. Call with price
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MRS. BARBARA'S
Christian Reistered
Daycare has openings
starting August 22 for
3 & 4 year old children.
A-Beka Curriculum
taught. Call
863-675-1398 and
register before July 22nd.


GONZALEZ LAWN SER-
VICE LLC: complete
lawn care, pressure
cleaning, and general
repair. Licensed and in-
sured; call today for
your free estimate.
(863)673-6388 or
(863)675-1166
GONZALEZ LAWN SER-
VICE LLC: complete
lawn care, pressure
cleaning, and general
repair. Licensed and in-
sured; call today for
your free estimate.
(863)673-6388 or
(863)675-1166

LABELLE LAWN
LAWN SERVICE
Excellent rates, Lic.
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Kenmore Dryer for
sale. Excellent condition
$125. 863-675-8872



Dinette - black dinette
w/4 chairs $40.00,
comfortable couch
w/queen sleeper
$20.00, 2 wicker table
lamps $20.00, small
decorative table
w/shells $10.00 OBO,
tan leather recliner
$30.00. Furniture all in
LaBelle $120.00/or best
offer. (954)629-6766 or
(954)328-8627

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H&K Semi-auto 40 cal.
pistol with case & 2
clips $950. AK-47 Semi-
auto 223 cal. rifle & 3
clips $650.
(863)517-0437.

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CHIHUAHUA - 4
months and 10 months.
Make offer. Barb -Days
(863)675-2541. LaBelle

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German Shepherd
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City of LaBelle 1 BR
Furnished efficiency,
Washer & Dryer $700
mo. Includes all
utilities, satellite TV +
High Speed Internet.
(239)370-8532
DUPLEX - 3 BR in the
Belmont area of LaBelle,
nice neighborhood,
convenient location.
VERY REASONABLE!
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Greentree South
Apartments
A Farm Labor Rental
Community
Available for
Immediate
Occupancy
1, 2 & 3 Bedroom
Apartments
* Must earn a minimum
of $3998 from agricul-
tural or farm labor ac-
tivities
* Spacious Apartment in
quiet, country setting
*Full time bilingual Site
Manager
* Community Room, Tol
lot, Playground, Ac-
tivities
* Sewer and trash in-
cluded in rent - no ad-
ditional charge to
resident
* Handicap units
available
* Rental rates starting
at $522
Call 675-0313
TDD
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CBS house, 1 bedroom,
1 bath. Newer applianc-
es furnished, screen
room, large outside
patio, lawn service pro-
vided. $500 month plus
electric. 863-843-0333


COUNTRY VILLAGE
Very nice clean, 2br, 2ba,
on cul-de-sac. New car-
pet, paint and cupboards.
References required. No
pets. Non smoking envi-
ronment. $700/mo + Sec
Dep.
Margaret Barber
Real Estate
863-675-5968 or
863-221-2944.


Huge 2BR, 1BA Estate -
1100 sq. ft. on 2 1/2
acres. Pioneer Planta-
tion. $550 month. Call
239-285-7020

LABELLE - 2 br/ 2 ba,
Eat in kitchen, living
rm, large screened
porch, laundry rm. $750
mo. Sec. Dep. Re-
quired. 863-234-1153.

Labelle 2/1, Laminate
wood/tile floors, newer
kitchen, nice fenced
back yard w/large oak
trees. $650 mo. + sec.
dep. (863)673-8862

LaBelle, 3 bedroom, 2
bath, 1 car garage. Like
new. $700 month. Call
863-517-0731

LaBelle, 3br/2ba, wood
floors, new carpet, gar.,
fenced yard, $850 mo.
+ sec. 863-634-2975.

Large 3BR/2BA home,
Living Room/Dining
Room Combo & Family
Rm. $900 mo. + sec.
dep. In LaBelle. Call
(863)673-9133

Port LaBelle - 2BR/2BA,
office & large Family
Room, garage, new
C/A, fenced yard. No
pets; non-smoking envi-
ronment; references;
lease $600/month;
$6 00/sec urity;
863-675-2392.




A Load & Lock
Storage
5775 SR 80 * LaBelle, FL
863-674-1876
Alarmed Units * Security
Cameras * Outside Storage
Mobile Storage * 5x5 up to
10x30 Units * A/C Units
Penske Truck Rentals
Bring this ad and
receive $50 off
first months rent

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LABELLE RENT-A-SPACE
Cowboy Way & Kennedy
Blvd. Monthly includes
tax: 5'xlO' $42.80;
8'xlO' $53.50;10'xl0'
$58.85; 8'x25 $96.30;
24 hr access $25
returnable key deposit.
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MONTURA RANCH 1.25
Acres. Paved road.
$3000 down. Owner fi-
nancing. $100 monthly.
Also 2.5 & 5 Acre lots.
Call owner.
863-675-1107

RESIDENTIAL LOT, 1
ACRE, MOBILE RE-
MOVED, WELL & SEP-
TIC REMAIN, BACKS UP
TO CITRUS GROVE
AND CITY PARK. MOTI-
VATED SELLER. PAUL
ROSER REALTORS
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For Rent 3 bedroom, 1
bath mobile home in
Muse. Fenced yard,
$485.00 plus $250 se-
curity deposit.
(863)612-4832

LABELLE - 2 br. Refur-
bished mobile home.
Laundry Mat. on site.
$475 mo. 863-612-5455

LaBelle- 2 bedroom, 2
bath. $500 mo. Horse
stalls available $100
mo. (863)675-6314





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ORTONA AREA - 3BR, 2
BA Mobile Home - Cen-
tral Air, big Florida
room, nice yard,
$575/mo. + deposit.
Can be split
(863)612-6343

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Trailers for rent, $85
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BANK REPO'S
Starting at $15,000
Mobile Home Angels
561-721-2230

Doublewide, 3br/2ba
with large deck. Ready
to move in. 2.5 acres
on Case Rd. Only
$64,900. We have fi-
nancing available with
your good credit
863-673-4325

Lot included, 3br/2ba
doublewide only
$49,900. Owner financ-
ing available. Good or
bad credit accepted.
863-673-4325

New 14x70 mobile
home, 3br/2ba, set up
and a/c included.
$37,900 We finance
with your good credit.
Low down payment ac-
ceptable 863-673-4325

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PRO CRAFT Bass boat-
20 ft. 200 hp mercury,
tandem trl. Only 16
orig. hrs. Garage kept,
New cond., loaded with
extras. Paid $35K, ask-
ing $15K, Call Mike at
863-675-3424.

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NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Florida Department of Transportation Project
Bids will be received by the District One Office until 2:00 RM. on Thursday,
July 21, 2011, for the following Proposals:
E1J35- A Certificabtion of Qualificabtion is not required for Signing & Pave-
nent Marking, & Sidewalks in Polk County. Budget Estimate: $118,233.00
E1K32- A Certibfication of Qualification is not required for Thermoplastic Re-
noval & Replacement in Polk County. Budget Estimate: $447,000.00
E1K33- A Certification of Qualification is not required for Thermoplastic &
Audible Line Placement in Manatee County. Budget Estimate: $100,000.00
Complete letting advertisement information for this project is available on
Dur website at http://www.dot.state.fl.us/contractsadministrationdistrictl/:
r by calling (863) 519-2559.
390148 CN/CB 6/30;7/7/2011


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 197.512 Florida Statutes
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Denton II LLC the holders of the follow-
ng certificate has filed said cerbficate for a tax deed to be issued thereon.
he certificate number, year of issuance, description of property and the
name in which it was assessed are as follows:
CERT NAME IN
NO. YEAR DESCRIPTION WHICH ASSESSED
2019 2007 1074433-03000230080 Salomon Trias
Lot 8 in Block 23 of Woodland Subdivision, according to the plat thereof, re
corded in Plat Book 4, Pages 1 thru 2 of the Public Records of Hendry
County, Florida.
Less and except Gas, Oil and Mineral rights not owned by prior owner.
Subject to existing easements and right of ways of record.
All of said property being in the County of Hendry, State of Florida.
Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property de-
scribed in such certificate will be sold to the highest bidder at the Clerk's
office, 2nd Floor Administration Wing LaBelle Florida, at 11:00
A.M., on the Third Thursday in the month of July, 2011, which is the
21st day of July, 2011.
Dated this 16th day of June, 2011.
Barbara S. Butler
Clerk of Circuit Court
389968 CN 6/23,30;7/7,14/2011 HnrCotyFlid



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REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS FOR DESIGN AND
CONSTRUCTION PHASE SERVICES FOR
REPAVING APPROXIMATELY 3 MILES OF CR 835, CLEWISTON, FL
FM# 429938-1
RFQ No. 2011-20
Opening Date and Time: July 7, 2011 @ 2:00 p.m.
lendry County is seeking engineering firms interested in providing profes-
;onal services in connection with Repaving approximately 3 miles of County
toad 835 in Clewiston, Florida. Firms submitting must have expertise in de-
ign, permitting, and construction inspection services. Proposers shall have
ill services available in-house or may propose mulbtiple firms, which have
oined together to provide the various required disciplinary services in order
o offer a complete submission. Individuals and firms properly registered in
he State of Florida are encouraged to submit their qualifications for consid-
!ration. All submittals (see Part IV, Submission Requirements) received in
response to this RFQ will be reviewed by a County Evaluation Committee.
n order to be considered, submittals must be received by the Board ol
countyy Commissioners at the C. E. Hall Building (Clerk's Office) in the Hend-
y County Courthouse Complex, 25 E. Hickpochee Avenue, LaBelle Florida
�y 2:00 p.m., July 7, 2011, at which time all responses to this request wil
e recorded in the presence of one or more witnesses.
Scopy of the Instructions and RFQ Documents can be obtained from the
lendry County Purchasing Office, located at 165 S. Lee Street, Suite A, La-
ielle, FL (for pick up), Post Office Box 2340, LaBelle, FL 33975 (mailing ad-
Iress) or by calling (863) 675-5220. Instructions and RFQ documents wil
)e mailed upon request; however, Hendry County will not guarantee the
accuracy or completeness of documents sent via email.
-he Evaluation Committee will meet on July 11, 2011, at 1:00 p.m. in the
administration conference room, 165 S. Lee St., Ste. A, LaBelle, FL 33935,
o short list the proposals. Presentations of the short listed firms will be
eld on July 14, 2011, at 1:00 p.m. in the Administration conference room,
.65 S. Lee St., Ste A, LaBelle, FL 33935.
-he solicitabon does not commit Hendry County to award any contracts, tc
lay any costs incurred in the preparation of a response to this RFQ, or tc
contract for any services. The County reserves the right to reject any or all
ubmittals received as a result of this solicitation, or to cancel in part or in
ts entirety this RFQ, if it is in the best interest of the County to do so.
Hendry County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and actively seeks
Minority and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise participation.
)arrell R. Harris, Chairman
board of County Commissioners
89000 CB/CN 6/9,16,23,30/2011





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NOTICE OF REGULAR MEETING
OF THE BOARD OF
SUPERVISORS OF THE
CENTRAL COUNTY WATER
CONTROL DISTRICT
You are hereby nobfied that the
Regular Meeting of the Board o
Supervisors of the Central County
Vater Control District will be held
n Wednesday, July 13, 2011 at
7 pm at the Central County Confer
nce Room located at 475 S. Cab-
bage Palm St. Montura Ranch
Estates, Clewiston, Florida. The
purpose of this meeting is to trans
act any and all business which may
ome before the Board. If a person
decides to appeal the decision o
he Board of Supervisors with re
spect to any matter considered a
he public meeting or hearing here
n referred he or she may need to
insure that a verbatim record o
the proceeding s is made, which
record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is
lased. Notice Date Change
390533 CN 6/30;7/7/2011

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PUBLIC NOTICE OF
AERIAL ADULT
MOSQUITO TREATMENTS
lendry County will be conducting
erial adult mosquito control op-
irations over the county as mos-
juito population levels warrant.
rhese operations will conbnue
throughoutt the remainder of the
tear. The treatments will be per
brmed during evening hours,
Weather permitting. The insecb-
:ide to treat for adult mosquitoes
s approved for application by the
environmental Protection Agency
nd the State of Florida. This op-
ration will be conducted by
larke.
f you have questions concerning
his operation, please call Clark
]t 800443-2034 between 8:00
m and 5:00 pm Monday through
friday.
90445 CB/CN 6/30/2011

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PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE
GLADES UTILITY AUTHORITY
Regular Meeting of the Board of Directors (the "Board") of the Glades
Jtility Authority ('Authority") is scheduled to be held on Wednesday, July
i, 2011 from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the City of Belle Glade Commis-
ion Chambers, 110 Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd., Belle Glade, Florida
r3430.
-he purpose of the meeting is to consider approval of the regular meeting
minutes, consideration of indemnification agreement for St. Mary's Catholic
:hurch, assignment of claims, abolishment of the readiness to serve and
esolubon # 2011-02, adoption of a rate surcharge and resolution #
!011-03, approve the proposed 2012 budget, and any other business that
nay come before te Board. The meeting is open to the public and will be
conducted in accordance with Florida law. A copy of the meeting agenda
nay be obtained at the meeting or, prior to the meeting, by contacting Joce-
yn Col6n at 561-493-6127. The meeting, or consideration of any individu-
I agenda items, may be continued to a date and bime certain to be
announced at the meeting and noticed.
pursuant to provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act, any person re-
uiring special accommodations to participate in this meeting because of a
isabi ty or physical impairment should contact Jocelyn Col6n at
561) 493-6127 or JColon@pbcwater.com at least forty-eight (48)
ours before the meeting.
f anyone chooses to appeal any decision of the Board with respect to any
natter considered at the meeting, such person will need a record of the pro-
eedings and should accordingly ensure that a verbatim record of the pro-
eedings is made that includes the testimony and evidence upon which such
appeal is to be based.
locelyn Coldn, GUAClerk
190542 SUN 6/30/2011


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 10-CA-1167
FIRST BANK,
Plaintiff,
ABELLE ACQUISITIONS, LLC, a Florida limited liability company, RONALD S.
VEBSTER, individually, JAMES B. KARTER, LEE A. CHRISTY and KIMBERLY
1. CHRISTY, husband and. wife,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to a Final Summary Judgment dated the
13 day of June, 2011, and entered in Case No. 10-CA-1167 of the Circuit
:ourt of the Twentieth Judicial Circuit in and for Hendry County, Florida
vherein First Bank is the Plaintiff and LaBelle Acquisitions, LLC, Ronald S.
Vebster, James B. Karter, Lee A. Christy and Kimberly M. Christy are the De-
endants, I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash in front of the of-
ice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in the Hendry County Courthouse (being
he 2nd floor hallway of the Hendry Courts Building) in LaBelle, Florida, at
.1:00 a.m. on the 27 day of July, 2011, the following described property as
et forth in said Final Summary Judgment, to-wit:
A bact of land lying in Section 2, Township 43S, Range 29E, Hendry
County, Florida; Commencing at the Northeast corner of said Section 2,
Township 43 S, Range 29E, Hendry County, Florida; thence N 8903852"W
along the North line of said Section 2, Township 43S, Range 29E, 3158.26
feet to the Southerly right of way line of Canal C-43 (Caloosahatchee Riv-
er), the Point of Beginning. Thence Southeasterly S 22'55'15" E for 955.29
feet, more or less, to the point of intersection with the Southeasterly line
of a 100.00 feet wide drainage easement containing the original Caloosa-
hatchee River; Thence Southwesterly S 38057'57" W for 217.00 feet along
the Southeasterly line of said drainage easement; thence Northwesterly N
57'54'31" W for 588.00 feet thence Northwesterly N 31"54'35" W for
540.00 feet; more or less to the Southerly right of way line of Canal C-43;
thence Northeasterly N 63035'14" E for 603.38 feet along the Southerly
right of way line of said Canal C-43 to the Point of Beginning,
Together with and subject to a mutual, nonexclusive easement, 70 feet in
width, for ingress, egress and utilities over the ingress/egress access ease-
ment. The Boundaries of the 70 feet wide, mutual, nonexclusive ingress,
egress and utilities easement are 35 feet on each side of and parallel with
the centerline ofsaid easement, which is described as follows:
Starting at the intersection of the Western boundary of Secton 2, Town-
ship 43 South, Range 29 East, Hendry County, Florida, with the Northern
boundary of State Road 80; thence Easterly N 84'10'56" E for On f::
more or less, along the Northern right of way line of State R tr ,
thence Northerly N 00'45'12" W for 10.20 feet; t ence Easterly N
E for 859.31 feet along the Northern right of way line of State Route 80 tc
the intersection with the Western boundary of a 200 feet wide drainage
easement; thence Easterly N 84'07'36" E for 399.23 feet along the North-
ern right of way line of State Route 80 to the Point of Beginning of the
centerline of the said 70 feet wide easement.
Thence from the Northern right of way line of State Route 80, Northwest-
erly N 09'23'23" W for 415.00 feet; thence Northwesterly N 363729" W
for 207.53 feet to a point, hereinafter known as Point "A" thence conbnue
Northwesterly N 36�37'29" W for 260.83 feet to a point, hereinafter known
as Point "B"; thence Southwesterly S 7442'30" W for 675.62 feet; thence
Northwesterly N 2915'59" W for 350.00 feet; being a line lying parallel
with and 35.00 feet West of the Easterly boundary line of Tract 15; thence
Northeasterly N 08'37'15" W for 219.83 feet; thence Easterly S 89010'51'
E for 381.96 feet; thence Northeasterly N 63'35'14" E for 430.00 feet to
the Point of Termination of the centerline of the said 70 feet wide ease-
ment in Tract 12.
Together With: Start at said Point "A"; thence Northeasterly N 5756'07"
for 429.95 feet; thence Easterly N 83'36'55" E for 800.00 feet; to the
Point of Terminabtion of the centerline of the said 70 feet wide easement
from Point"A" in Tract 7.
Together With: Start at said Point "B"; thence Northeasterly N 57'56'07" E
for 483.15 feet; thence Northeasterly N 385757" E for 300.00 feet; to the
Point of Terminabtion of the centerline of the said 70 feet wide easement
from Point"B" in Tract 11,
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE,
F ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS
�ENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodaton in or-
ler to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
he provision of certain assistance. Please contact Ken Kellum, Court Opera-
ions Manager whose office is located at the Lee County Justice Center, 1700
lonroe Street, Fort Myers Florida 33901, and whose telephone number is
139-533-1700 within two (2) working days of your receipt of this Notice of
ale; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 1-800- 955-8771.
WITNESS my hand and official seal of said Court this 24 day of June, 2011
BARBARA S. BUTLER, Clerk of the Court
BY: /S/ J. Bevis
As Deputy Clerk
190729 CN 6/30;7/7/2011


NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
HENDRY COUNTY PUBLIC SAFETY COORDINATING COUNCIL
Notice is hereby given that the Hendry County Public Safety Coordinating
councill will hold a meeting on Friday, July 8, 2011, at 10:00 A.M., in the
lendry County Staff Conference Room, 1st Floor, 165 S. Lee Street, Room
k-118, LaBelle, Florida. The meeting is open to the public. The meeting site
s accessible by the disabled.
If a person decides to appeal any decision made with respect to any mat-
er considered at this meeting, he/she will need a record of the proceedings.
md that, for such purpose, he/she may need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony anc
evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
Board of County Commissioners
of Hendry County, Florida
190795 CN/CB 6/30/2011


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NOTICE OFADOPTION OF RESOLUTION NO. 2011 - 36
PARTIAL VACATION OF PLATS
PURSUANT TO SECTION 1-54-50.1, Hendry County Code of Ordinances
notice is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of Hendry
county , Florida, did, at its regular meeting held on the 21st day of June
011, adopt Resolution No. 2011-36granting a partial vacation of plats for
.incoln Square Park No. 2 as recorded in Plat Book 2, Pages 23, 24, and 25
ying westerly of the west right-of-way line of CR 833, described as follows:
-Lincoln Square Park No. 2, Section B as recorded in Plat Book 2, Page 23 ol
the Public Records of Hendry County, Florida lying westerly of the west
right-of-way line of CR 833.
'Lincoln Square Park No. 2, Section C as recorded in Plat Book 2, Page 24 ol
the Public Records of Hendry County, Florida lying westerly of the west
right-of-way line ofCR 833.
-Lincoln Square Park No. 2, Section D as recorded in Plat Book 2, Page 2!
of the Public Records of Hendry County, Florida lying westerly of the west
right-of-way line of CR 833.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF HENRY COUNTY, FLORIDA
Darrell R. Harris, Chairman
190810 CN/CB 6/30/2011


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR HENRY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 2007-895-CA
U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION,
AS TRUSTEE, ON BEHALF OF THE
HOLDERS OF THE CREDIT SUISSE
FIRST BOSTON MORTGAGE SE-
CURITIES CORPORATION, HOME
EQUITY PASS THROUGH CERTIFI-
CATES, SERIES 2007-1,
Plainbtiff,
vs.
DOMINGO REYES, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
REFORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursu-
ant to an Order Rescheduling Refore-
closure Sale dated June 23, 2011
and entered in Case No. 2007-895-
CA of the Circuit Court of the TWEN-
TIETH Judicial Circuit in and for
HENDRY County, Florida wherein
U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION,
AS TRUSTEE, ON BEHALF OF THE
HOLDERS OF THE CREDIT SUISSE
FIRST BOSTON MORTGAGE SE-
CURITIES CORPORATION, HOME
EQUITY PASS THROUGH CERTIFI-
CATES, SERIES 20071, is the Plaintiff
and DOMINGO REYES; SIMONA
REYES; ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER, AND AGAINST THE HEREIN
NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS; MORTGAGE ELECTRON-
IC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC.,
AS NOMINEE FOR SELECT PORTFO-
LIO SERVICING INC.; PORT LA
BELLE UNIT FOUR PROPERTY
HOMEOWNER'S ASSOCIATION, INC.;
are the Defendants, The Clerk of the
Court will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash at IN FRONT OF THE
OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF THE
COURT, BEING THE SECOND FLOOR
HALLWAY OF THE HENRY COUNTY
ADMINISTRATION BUILDING COR-
NER OF HIGHWAY 80 AND 29TH
SOUTH, LABELLE, FLORIDA at
11:00AM, on the 27 day of July,
2011, the following described proper-
ty as set forth in said Final Judg-
ment:
LOT 36, BLOCK 2150, PORT
LABELLE UNIT 4, A SUBDIVI-
SION ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE 86, PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF HENDRY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 4058 EAST SUNFLOWER
CIRCLE, LABELLE, FL 33935
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, oth-
er than the property owner as of the
date of the Lis Pendens must file a
claim within sixty (60) days after the
sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal
of this Court on June 24, 2011.
Barbara S. Butler
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /S/ J. Bevis
Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law Group, RL.
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 3622-5018
009122260 SPSFIDELITY-CONV-twernick
"See Americans with Disabilities
Act - in accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities Act,
persons needing a special ac-
commodation to participate in
this proceeding should contact
the Deputy Court Administrator
whole office is located at Lee
County Justice Center, Room
3132, 1700 Monroe Street, Fort
Myers, Florida 33901, telephone
number (813) 335-2299;
1-800955-8711 (TDD), or
1-800-955-8770 (v), via Florida
Relay Service, not later than
seven (7) days prior to this pro-
ceeding.
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LEGAL NOTICE
The following vehicles will be sold at
public auction at Clewiston Towing
600 E Sugarland Hwy Clewiston F
33440 on July 11, 2011
at 10:00a.m.:
1997 Saturn,
1G8ZG127XVZ254489
2009 DAIX,
L37LMJFV79Z070038
1993 Honda,
1HGEG8658PL002866
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STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
NOTICE OF REVISED INTENT TO ISSUE PERMIT
The Department of Environmental Protection gives notice of its revised in
tent to issue a permit to Graham Farms, Thomas Toms II, PO Box 1108
Moore Haven, Florida 33471 for the Graham Farms. The permit authorize
the permittee to operate a dairy farm industrial wastewater treatment an(
disposal system which would discharge to 295 acres for wastewater irrigation
and Highway 27 drainage system (the C-19 Canal), Class III Fresh Waters
after rainfall events exceeding the 25-year 24-hour storm event. The facilib
is located at latitude 26�5140.3517" N, longitude 81013'5.7544" Won PC
Box 1108, US 27 NORTH OF MOORE HAVEN, Moore Haven, Florid.
334711108 in Glades County.
The revised intent to issue and application file are available for public in
spection during normal business hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Mondae
through Friday, except legal holidays, at the Department's South District Of
hce, 2295 Victoria Ave, Suite 364, Ft. Myers, Forida 33902-2549, at phon,
number (239)344-5677.
The Department will issue the permit with the attached conditions unless
timely petition for an administrative hearing is filed under Sections 120.56'
and 120.57, Florida Statutes, within fourteen days of receipt of notice. Th,
procedures for petitioning for a hearing are set forth below.
A person whose substantial interests are affected by the Department's pro
posed permitting decision may petition for an administrative proceeds
(hearing) under Sections 120.569 and 120.57, Florida Statutes. The petition
must contain the information set forth below and must be filed (received b,
the Clerk) in the Office of General Counsel of the Department at 3900 Comn
monwealth Boulevard, Mail Station 35, Tallahassee, Florida 32399- 3000.
Under Rule 62-110.106(4), Florida Administrative Code, a person may re
quest an extension of the time for filing a petition for an administrative hear
ng. The request must be filed (received by the Clerk) in the Office o
general Counsel before the end of the time period for filing a petition for ar
administrative hearing.
Petitions filed by any persons other than those entitled to written notice
under Secbtion 120.60(3), Florida Statutes, must be filed within fourteen day
f publication of the nobce or within fourteen days of receipt of the written
notice, whichever occurs first. Section 120.60(3), Florida Statutes, however
also allows that any person who has asked the Department for notice o
agency action may file a petition within fourteen days of receipt of such no
tice, regardless of the date of publication.
The petitioner shall mail a copy of the pebtion to the applicant at the ad
ress indicated above at n th ie time of filing. The failure of any person to file
petition or request for an extension of time within fourteen days of receipt o
nobce shall constitute a waiver of that person's right to request an admimis
trative determination (hearing) under Secbons 120.569 and 120.57, Florid;
Statutes. Any subsequent intervention (in a proceeding initiated by another
party) will be only a the discretion of the presiding officer upon the filing o
a mobon in compliance with Rule 28106.205, Florida Administrative Code.
A petition that disputes the material facts on which the Department's ac
tion is based must contain the following information, as indicated in Rukl
28-106.201, Florida Administrative Code:
fia)The name and address of each agency affected and each agency'
file or identification number, if known;
(b) The name, address, and telephone number of the petitioner; the name
address, and telephone number of the petitioner's representative, if any
which shall be the address for service purposes during the course of th,
proceeding; and an explanation of how the petitoners substantial inter
ests will be affected by the determination;
(c) A statement of when and how the petitioner received notice of the De
apartment's decision;
(d) A statement of all disputed issues of material fact. If there are none
the petition must so indicate; (e) A concise statement of the ultimate fact
alleged, including the specific facts the pebtioner contends warrant rever
sal or modification of the Deparbtment's proposed action;
(f) A statement of the specific rules or statutes the petitioner contend:
require reversal or modification of the Department's proposed action; and
(g) A statement of the relief sought by the petitioner, starting precisely tht
action petitioner wishes the Department to take with respect to the De
apartment's proposed action.
Because the administrative hearing process is designed to formulate fine
agency action, the filing of a petition means that the Department's final ac
tion may be different from the position taken by it in this notice. Person:
whose substantial interests will be affected by any such final decision of tht
Department have the right to pebtion to become a party to the proceeding
n accordance with the requirements set forth above.
In addition to requesting an administrative hearing, any petitioner ma,
elect to pursue mediation. The election may be accomplished by filing witl
the Department a mediabon agreement with all parties to the proceed
(i.e., the applicant, the Department, and any person who has filed a time
and sufficient petition for a hearing). The agreement must contain all the in
formation required by Rule 28-106.404, Florida Adminmistrative Code. Tht
agreement must be received by the Clerk in the Office of General Counsel o
the Department at 3900 Commonwealth Boulevard, Mail Station 35, Talla
hassee, Florinda 32399-3000, within ten days after the deadline for filing
petition, as set forth above. Choosing mediation will not adversely affect tht
right to a hearing if mediabon does not result in a settlement.
As provided in Section 120.573, Florida Statutes, the timely agreement o
all parties to mediate will toll the time limitations imposed by Section
120.569 and 120.57, Florida Statutes, for holding an administrative hearing
and issuing a final order Unless otherwise agreed by the parties, the media
tlon must be concluded within sixty days of the execution of the agreement
[f mediation results in settlement of the administrative dispute, the Depart
ment must enter a final order incorporating the agreement of the parties
Persons seeking to rotect their substantial interests that would be affected(
y such a modified final decision must file their petitions within fourteen day
Sreceipt of this notice, or they shall be deemed to have waived their ngh
to a proceeding under Secbtions 120.569 and 120.57, Florida Statutes. If me
diation terminates without settlement of the dispute, the Department sha
notify all parbes in writing that the administrative hearing processes unde
Sections 120.569 and 120.57, Florida Statutes, remain available for dispose
tion of the dispute, and the notice will specify the deadlines that then willap
ply for challenging the agency action and electing remedies under those tw,
statutes.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR HENDRY COUNTY,
FLORIDA, CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 09000481CA
AURORA LOAN SERVICES, LLC,
Plaintiff
vs.
CHARLES J. UNDERWOOD, SR, et al.
Defendants)
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that pursu-
ant to a Final Judguient of Foreclo-
sure or Order dated June 23, 2011,
entered in Civil Case Number
09000481CA, in the Circuit Court for
Hendry County, Florida, wherein AU-
RORA LOAN SERVICES, LLC is the
Plaintiff, and CHARLES J. UNDER-
WOOD, SR, at at are the Defendants,
I will sell the property situated in
Hendry County, Florida, described
as:
LOT 20, BLOCK 2324, UNIT 9,
PORT LABELLE A SUB-
DIV/SION ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECO-
REDED IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE
144, PUBLIC RECORDS OF
HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA
at public sale, to the highest and
best bidder, for cash, at Hendry
County Courthouse, Highway 80 and
Main Street, 2nd floor hallway, La-
Belle, FL 38935 at 11:00 AM, on the
27 day of July, 2011. Any person
claiming an interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any, other than the
property owner as of the date of the
lie pendens must file a claim within
60 days after the sale.
Dated: June 24, 2011.
Hendry County Clerk of Court
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
BY: /S/ J. Bevis
FLORIDA FORECLOSURE
ATTORNEYS, PLLC
601 Cleveland Street, Suite 690
Clearwater, FL 33755
(727)4454826
'In accordance with the Americans
With Disabilities Act, persons in need
of a special accommodation to par-
ticipate in this proceeding shall, with-
in seven (7) days prior to any
proceeding, contact the Adminisba-
tive Office of the Court, P.O. Box
1760, LaBelle, FL 33935-1760, tele-
phone (863) 675- 5217, Tipp a
800 955 8771 or 1 800 955 8770 via
Florida Relay Service"'
apre aka ki fet avek Americans With
Disabilites Act, tout mOUn lb,n
gb4yir5 yw bezwen sp'esiyal pou
akomodasiyon pou yo patisipe nan
pwogTatn sa a dwe, nan yun. tan re-
zonab an ninpot aramman kapab fet,
o dwe kontakte Administrative Of-
rice Of The Court I nat. nirn6ro RO.
Box 1760, LaBelle, FL 33935-1750,
teldfon nam se (863) 675-5217, ou-
byen TDD 1 800 955 8771 oubyen
1 800 955 8770 i pasan pa Florida
Relay Service.
En accordance avec la Loi des
"Americans With Disabilities'" Les
personnes en besom dune accorno-
dation special pour participer a ces
procedures doivent, dan.s un temps
reasonable, avante d'enteprendre
aucune aubre cl6marche, contacter
office administrative de la Court sit-
ue' au RP.O. Box 1760, LaBelle, FL
33935-1760, le telephone
(863) 675-5217 TIDE? 1. 800 955
8771 ou 1 800 955 8770 Via Florida
Relay Service.
"De acuerdo con el Acto 6 Decreto
de los Arnericanos con Impedimen-
tos, Inhabilitados, personas en
n.ecesidad del servicio especial para
parbcipar en este procedirmento
debrgn, dentbo dc un tiernpO raz-
onable, antes de cualquier procedi-
miento, ponerse en conta.cto con la
oficina Administrative de la Corte
P.O. Box 1760, LaBelle, FL
33935-1760, Tele'fono
(863) 675-5217 , TDD 1 800 955
8770 6 1 800 955 8771 Via Florida
Relay Service".
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR HENDRY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 26-2008-CA-001096
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.,
Plaintiff,
EFRAIN MURILLO, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursu-
ant to an Order Rescheduling Fore-
closure Sale dated June 1 , 2011
and entered in Case No 26-2008-
CA-001096 of the Circuit Court of the
TWENTIETH Judicial Circuit in and
for HENDRY County, Florida wherein
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. is the Plain-
tiff and EFRAIN MURILLO; HEDDA L.
IBARRA A/K/A HEDDA IBARRA; are
the Defendants, The Clerk of the
Court will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash at IN FRONT OF THE
OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF THE
COURT, BEING THE SECOND FLOOR
HALLWAY OF THE HENRY COUNTY
ADMINISTRATION BUILDING COR-
NER OF HIGHWAY 80 AND 29TH
SOUTH, LABELLE, FLORIDA at
11:00AM, on the 13th day of July,
2011, the following described proper-
ty as set forth in said Final Judg-
ment:
LOT 6, IN BLOCK 2043, OF
PORT LA BELLE, UNIT 2, AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 3, AT PAGE 60, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A
3033 NW BEECHWOOD CIRCLE
PORT LABELLE, FL 33935
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, oth-
er than the property owner as of the
date of the Lis Pendens must Me a
claim within sixty (60) days after the
sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal
of this Court on June 16, 2011.
Barbara S. Butfer
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /S/ J. Bevis
Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law Group, RL.
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F08086098
**See Americans with
Disabilities Act
In accordance with the Ameri-
cans with Disabilities Act, per-
sons needing a special
accommodation to participate in
this proceeding should contact
the Deputy Court Administrator
whose office is located at Lee
County Justice Center, Room
3112, 1700 Monroe Street, Fort
Myers, Florida 33901, telephone
number (813) 335-2299;
1-800955-8771 (TDD), or
1-800-955-8770 (v), via Florida
Relay Service, not later than
seven (7) days prior to this
proceeding.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR HENDRY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 2011-CA-000090
SUNCOAST SCHOOLS FEDERAL
CREDIT UNION,
Plaintiff
v.
CATHRYN D. FULBRIGHT; UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF CATHRYN D.
FULBRIGHT; HORACE H. FULB-
RIGHT; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF HOR-
ACE H. FULBRIGHT, ANY AND ALL
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER, AND AGAINST
THE HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL
DEFENDANTS WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR OTHER CLAIMANTS;
TENANT #1; TENANT #2,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notce is hereby given, pursuant to
Final Judgment of Foreclosure for
Plaintiff entered in this cause, in the
Circuit Court of HENDRY County,
Florida; I will sell the property situat-
ed in HENDRY County, Florida de-
scribed as:
LOTS 6, 7, AND 8, OF STEW-
ARTS SUBDIVISION OF
BLOCKS 15, 33 & 34, OF
GOODNOS SUBDIVISION OF
LABELLE, ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 65, PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF HENDRY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
and commonly known as: 755 Fort
Thompson Street, Labelle, Florida
33935, at public sale, to the highest:
and best bidder, for cash, at the
Hendry County Courthouse, 25 Hick-
pochee Ave., LaBelle, FL 33935, on
July 27, 2011, at 11:00 A.M.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTER-
EST TN THE SURPLUS FROM THE
SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE
OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A
CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE
SALE.
If you are a person with a
disability who needs any accom-
modation in order to participate
in this proceeding, you are enti-
tled, at no cost to you, to the
provision of certain assistance.
Please contact Sheila Mann,
Court Operations Manager,
whose office is located at Lee
County Justice Center, 1700
Monroe St., Ft. Myers, FL 33901,
and whose telephone number is
(239) 533-1700, at least 7 days
before your scheduled court ap-
pearance, or immediately upon
receiving this notification if the
time before the scheduled ap-
pearance is less than 7 days; if
you are hearing or voice im-
paired, call 711.
Dated this June 24, 2011.
BARBARA S. BUTLER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /S/ J. Bevis
Deputy Clerk
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR HENDRY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 26-2008-CA-001273
INDYMAC FEDERAL BANK FSB,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JEFFREY SHEARER, et al,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
REFORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursu-
ant to an Order Rescheduling Refore-
closure Sale dated June 23, 2011
and entered in Case No. 26-2008-
ca-001273 of the Circuit Court of the
TWENTIETH Judicial Circuit in and
for HENDRY County, Florida wherein
INDYMAC FEDERAL BANKS FSB, is
the Plaintiff and JEFFREY SHEARER;
TRACY A. SHEARER; are the Defen-
dants, The Clerk of the Court will sell
to the highest and best bidder for
cash at IN FRONT OF THE OFFICE
OF THE CLERK OF THE COURT, BE-
ING THE SECOND FLOOR HALLWAY
OF THE HENRY COUNTY ADMINIS-
TRATION BUILDING CORNER OF
HIGHWAY 80 AND 29TH SOUTH, LA-
BELLE, FLORIDA at 11:00AM, on the
27 day of July, 2011, the following
described property as set forth in
said Final Judgment:
LOT 24 AND THE NORTH 25
FEET OF LOT 23, BLOCK 4, OF
LABELLE PARK SUBDIVISION.
ACCORDING TO THE PLAY
THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 25, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
HENRY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 111 HARDEE STREET
LABELLE, FL 33935
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, oth-
er than the property owner as of the
date of the Lis Pendens must file a
claim within sixty (60) days after the
sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal
of this Courton June 24, 2011.
Barbara S. Butler
Clerk of the Circut Court
By: /S/ J. Bevis
Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law Group, PL.
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa. Florida 3622-5018
F08101540
"See Americans with Disabilities
Act - in accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities Act,
persons needing a special ac-
commodation to participate in
this proceeding should contact
the Deputy Court Administrator
whole office is located at Lee
County Justice Center, Room
3132, 1700 Monroe Street, Fort
Myers, Florida 33901, telephone
number (813) 335-2299;
1-800955-8711 (TDD), or
1-800-955-8770 (v), via Florida
Relay Service, not later than
seven (7) days prior to this pro-
ce ending.
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Submitted photo/Lisa Sands


Daisy Troop 748


donates clothing

On May 24, Girl Scout Daisy Troop 748
gathered unwanted clothing to donate
to The Salvation Army of LaBelle. The
girls worked on this project for sev-
eral weeks and gathered clothing from
their households, including some of
their own. The girls decorated laundry
baskets to put the clothing into. Rep-
resentatives from The Salvation Army
of LaBelle came to their meeting and
shared more about what The Salvation
Army does in the community. The girls
asked questions about the organiza-
tion and what other types of donations
are accepted. Pictured are the girls
from Troop 748, led by Kelly Boone and
Vanita Howard, along with Lisa Sands
and Angie Flores from The Salvation
Army. Thank you girls for your dona-
tions! For information on how you can
donate, please call 863-674-1441.


Community Briefs


Register for PSN shelter

Special needs shelters are facilities of
last refuge for those with health and medi-
cal conditions. The Hendry County Special
Needs Shelter, at West Glades School in
Muse, has auxiliary power and can provide
a safer refuge for individuals who require
health oversight and their caregivers.
Registration forms for Hendry residents
can be obtained from the Hendry County
Health Department and the Hendry County
Emergency Management Office. For infor-
mation, or if you would like to have a reg-
istration form mailed to you, please contact
Kelly Dyess at the Hendry County Emergency
Management office at (863) 674-5401.


VFW plans activities

The Ladies Auxiliary will serve macaroni
and cheese with ham Fri., July 1, $5, 5 p.m.
Bar Bingo Sun., July 3, 2 p.m.
Indoor Picnic, free hot dogs on July 4.
Please bring a covered dish.
Charcoal grilled hamburgers every Satur-
day 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., $2.
The post will pay for the membership
and annual dues of armed forces personal
currently serving in harm's way. Please call
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Raelyn D. Means, Assistant Director/Oper- Charlotte,
nations Manager for the 20th Circuit Guardian resenting
ad Litem Program for the past three years, glected ai
has been named as the program's new Di- The Fl
rector, replacing Frank Prado, who is now supports
a Regional Director within the Statewide abused, r
Florida Program. in court,
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bic Administration and professional experi- Florida, a
ence within the United Way of Volusia-Fla- 20th Judi
gler Counties, Ms. Means is leading Guardian gram in I
ad Litem staff and volunteers in Lee, Collier, Glades cc


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the best interests of abused, ne-
nd abandoned children.
orida Guardian ad Litem Program
volunteers who advocate for
neglected and abandoned children
the child welfare system and the
ity. Voices for Kids of Southwest
United Way agency, supports the
cial Circuit Guardian ad Litem Pro-
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LaBelle Edward Jones earns i


service excellence award


Joe Timm and Shirley Willis of the finan-
cial services firm Edward Jones in LaBelle
recently received the firm's Client Service
Excellence award for being the No. 1 client
service provider in their region.
"We are honored to receive this award,"
Timm said. "The Client Service Excellence
award is special because it is a direct reflection
of the relationships we have with our clients."
Jim Weddle, Edward Jones' managing
partner, added, "Joe and Shirley are out-
standing members of the Edward Jones
team. While all of our associates understand
the value of client service, it's obvious that
they have been striving to provide the best
service for their clients."
This honor was bestowed upon the team
based on the results of a survey in which
random clients were asked to rank the ser-
vice they received from the teams of their lo-
cal Edward Jones branch offices.
Edward Jones provides financial services
for individual investors in the United States


and, through its affiliate, in Canada. Every
aspect of the firm's business, from the types
of investment options offered to the location
of branch offices, is designed to cater to indi-
vidual investors in the communities in which
they live and work. The firm's 12,000-plus fi-
nancial advisors work directly with nearly 7
million clients to understand their personal
goals -- from college savings to retirement
-- and create long-term investment solutions
that emphasize a well-balanced portfolio
and a buy-and-hold strategy. Edward Jones
embraces the importance of building long-
term, face-to-face relationships with clients,
helping them to understand and make sense
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Edward Jones, which ranked No. 11 on
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Louis. The Edward Jones web site is located
at www.edwardjones.com, and its recruit-
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com. Member SIPC.


Parrish Family Chiropractic
Dr. Joshua Parrish, DC
Dr. Selena Parrish, DC
415 W Ilickpochcc Avenue * LaBellc FL 33935
Phone: (863) 675-0421
l-mail:
ParrishFamilyChiropractic@.gmail.com
www.ParrishFamilyChiropractic.com


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Fish Fry 1st Friday of the month 5pm -7pm[ $7.00
BAR BINGO Every Tuesday
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New Rotarian
Mel Karau, Rotary Membership Chairman, inducts Matt Kindermann into
membership of the Rotary Club of LaBelle. The Rotary Club meets each
Tuesday at noon at Beef O'Brady's and is active in providing scholarships
for LaBelle High school graduates, buses for students during Earth Week at
the LaBelle Nature Park, the Polio Plus International Program to eradicate
Polio worldwide, providing dictionaries for third graders, plus a number of
other community projects. Pictured from left: Mel Karau, Matt Kindermann,
RBbrharM Kfliiur new memhbir cnnncnr MirhIllI Rruinfttn PDrIirleint IFlo-t andr


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Mosquito




treatment

Hendry County will be conducting aeri-
al adult mosquito control operations over
the county as mosquito population levels
warrant. These operations will continue
throughout the remainder of the year. The
treatments will be performed during evening
hours, weather permitting. The insecticide
to treat for adult mosquitoes is approved for
application by the Environmental Protection
Agency and the State of Florida. This opera-
tion will be conducted by Clarke.
If you have questions concerning this op-
eration, please call Clarke at 800-443-2034
between 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Fri-
day.



Caregiver



support at



United Way



House

FT. MYERS, June 23, 2011 - The Dubin
Alzheimer's Resource Center is pleased to
offer availability of assistance and support to
family caregivers in LaBelle.
A social worker from the Dubin Alzheim-
er's Resource Center is available to meet
with family caregivers at the United Way
House in LaBelle on the first Wednesday of
each month.
Free assistance offered includes an op-
portunity for caregivers to learn more about
Alzheimer's disease and aging issues. The
center's social worker works with family
caregivers to develop effective coping strat-
egies and learn how to access community
resources. Informational material about
memory impairment, caregiving issues and
community resources is also available at no
charge.
To learn more about services offered or
to make an appointment to meet with the
center's social worker, please contact the
Dubin Alzheimer's Resource Center at (239)
437-3007.
The Alvin A. Dubin Alzheimer's Resource
Center, a United Way partner agency, pro-
vides information, support and education
for individuals with Alzheimer's disease or
related memory impairment and their care-
givers in Lee County and surrounding areas.
The center receives funding from the Area
Agency on Aging of Southwest Florida and
State of Florida Department of Elder Affairs
through the National Caregiver Support Pro-
gram. For more information, please contact
(239) 437-3007.


Abi 863-675-4500
Southern or visit our website at
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REAL ESTATE & INVESTMENTS
180 N. Bridge St. * LaBelle, FL 33935
Sherri Denning Licensed Real Estate Broker
Associates: Trisha Arnold, T , , Ies, Emily A. Bates, Cindi
Beer, Gregory Bone, Lisa .-.. Beverly Curtis, Bonnie
S.....;... T-I .11 Hall, Donna Kane, Paul Meador, Wayne
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Horizons

Real Estate Corp


HOMES
* Immaculate 2 story 5/3.5 on 3+/-
acres outside of LaBelle. Seperate
living room/family room with
2,600+/- sq. ft. of lifting area.
$289,900.
* Corporate owned! 3/3 riverfront
home situated on .52+/- acre.
Features 2.759+/- sq. ft of living
area, den/office off the master bed-
room, beautiful wood flooring and
separate outbuilding/workshop.
$240,000.
* i... . ...' 1997 3/2 CBS home
located in one of LaBelle's most
desirable neighborhoods. Open floor


plan, vaulted ceilings, in ground
pool w/screen. $175,000.
* Custom built home - 3/25 on dou-
ble lot located in Laurel Oak. Over
1,700+/- sq ft of living area, spacious
kitchen, 2 car garage and hugh
screened porch $149,900
* 3/2 CBS home on 3.74+/- acres
with detached garage, ceramic tile
and spacious rooms $139,900.
* Bank owned! 3/2.5 2 story home
Coated in LaBelle. Close to schools
& shopping. Oversized lot, 24x48
pole barn, and much more.
$135,000.
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$115,000.
* Country getaway! Well maintained
2.5 acres with 3/2 home with tile
floor, new kitchen cabinets and
countertops and much more.
$110,000.
* Corporate owned 4/3 CBS home
on 1.05+/- acres. $99,900.
* Look no further, immaculate 3/2
located iUNDER of LaBelle.

$89,000.
* Move in ready! 3/2 2005 CBS on
1.09+/- acre in Montura Ranches


$79,900.
* Investors! two rentals on .76+/- of
an acre. Located in LaBelle. Property
includes 1 manufracted home and 1
small frame home. $60,000.
* 3/2 Corporate owned located in
Clewiston. Close to schools and
shopping. $56,500.
* Corporated owned 3/2 CBS home
on .50+/- acres in Lehigh $59,900.
* HandymanU W 1 on 50+/-
acre on CBNTRM( 30,000.
* Great investment potential!
1BR/1B home on a corner lot.
Homes needs some work... but is
priced to sell. $17,000.


RIESD RELETTIC


Call for details about our available
HomeTelos Listings!
FEATURES OF THE WEEK!
OLD FORT DENAUD S/D. cleared ready to
build off river lot in prestigious S/D of upscale
homes. $22,000
RESIDENTIAL LOT in Waterfront Community
with 36' x 36' y" i4 ( 1 ! i ftMl elec-
t. , ,, I I *? , ,It ; ....
2BR/2BA BEAUTIFULLY MAINTAINED
CONDO w/waterview plus available dock
space for lease. $69,900
CUSTOM TWO-STORY 3Br/3Ba Pool Home
w/ screened lanai, poolside kitchen and bar on
5 acres in Felda. $399,000.
RESIDENTIAL HOME with Commercial
Zoning. fr,,t;- -, I-- r. I i--y
Street. I.. i , .1 ... I ., i
ness! $55,000
POOL HOME in City Limits, quiet street
w/3Br/2Ba CBS home on .64+/- Acres Lot.
$99,900
10 ACRES w/3Br/2Ba 2005 Manufactured
home. $139,900
WATERFRONT
BUILDABLE WATERFRONT LOT! Little to no
Corp Easement, build to waters edge plus pro-


tected boat harbor. $149,9000 OWNER
FINANCING POSSIBLE
TWO BUILDABLE LOTS! 200+/- ft. on water
w/60' dock & protected boat harbor. $499,900
OWNER FINANCING POSSIBLE
SPACIOUS 3BR RIVERFRONT HOME.
views of Intracoastal Waterway & Ortona Locks.
$269,000
3BR/2BA WATERFRONT HOME w/125'
Caloosahatchee River frontage. $229,000
GREAT INVESTMENT! 3BR/2BA Home +
1BR/1BA Home + duplex (2BR/1BA &
1BR/1BA) located in the city on protected
oxbow and access to the River. $224,900
CHARMING 3BR/2BA RIVERFRONT
BUNGALOW on approx. 3A acre lot.
$169,000
REDUCED WATERFRONT LOT! Protected
navigable oxbow w/ direct access to river.
$44,900
HOMES
BANK OWNED! 2BR/2BA Manufactured
Home on 2 Acres in Ortona. $55,000
3BR/2.5 BA LIKE-NEW MANUFAC. HOME
in Riverfront Community within walking dis-
tance of River Forest Yahting Centers (an
indoor/outdoor boat storage and service facili-
ty). $95,000


HOMES ON ACREAGE
2BR/2BA MANUFACTURED HOME on 2.5
acres dose to town. $77,000
2BR/1BA COUNTRY HOME on 5 acres in
Felda. $95,000
FLORIDA STYLE HOME. 4.82+/- Acres com-
pletely fenced, corn er property zoned Ag-
Residential. $110,000
B 2BA , ryfn the coun-
4BR/2BA MOBILE HOME! 5 +/- Acres,
cleared w/fence & pond. $160,000
REDUCED! 3BR/2BA POOL HOME on 66.5
+/-Acres in Felda. $575,000
ACREAGE
5+ ACRES agriculture zoned property in
Felda feared. Call for details.
2.09 MiL ACRES w/ large, beautiful oaks.
$58,250
HIGHWAY PROPERTY! 7+/- Acres ready for
agri-business, excellent location & visibility on
corner of Hwy 29 S & Heritage Road, halfway
between Immokalee and LaBelle. Additional
adjoining acreage is available. $180,000
61 +/- ACRES of Prime fertile land in Felda.
Reduced $418,404
LOTS AVAILABLE... Please call for Details!


Now is the time to

buy! Great deals,

great prices

and great agents!








145 AC. Orange Grove - $6,000 per ac. Will Divide
20 AC adjoining Babcock Ranch $120,000radse.
SAC $3,500perd wooded areasMaydivide


66 AC.- $3,950 per ac. May divide, Seller Financing
5 AC - W/fixer upper & barns on Phillips Rd $112,900
ACREAGE FARMS-GOPJYES -


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COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL
$20,000 per Ac. - 2 to 3


$89,900-
Davis St
$95,000-


$102,250-4+/-AcZonec

REDUCED $169,000. 1
St, busy downtown loc.w/
$169,000 - SR80Come
w/illhoard income,
$199,000-Vacant 2 ac o
west of town
$249,000 REDUCED -


$340,000 -
Industrial Wi
SellerFinancir
$641,203 -


WATERFRONT
$119,000- Over 1 ac on the ri
Denaud Rd
" SOLD!!!
$192,500 FtDenaud 1 Ac
$225 000 Boat docks


$245,000 - Best Price o
Large pool overlooking
view Older home w/hauge
$395,000 - Hgh Elevaric
views, 5 Ac


future apartment
$425,000 - Lage cus

$550,000 Spectacular
w/Oaks, 500 Ft on the
investment, future land us,
LOTS & LAND
$2,500 - Port LaBelle
financing
$4,900- Moore Haven Yac
$8,900- Mobile home lot.


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Associates: Shary Weckwerlh,
Lisa Andrews, Sandra Alexander,
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Drummond earns masters degree
by Patty Brant Kevin is the son of Wilford and Avis
Caloosa Belle Drummond of LaBelle.
Kevin Drummond is yet another great
success story from LaBelle. Kevin just earned
his Masters Degree from FGCU May I in Pub-
lic Administration, where he also earned his
Sbaccalaureate degree in Criminal Justice. He
. is a 2004 graduate of LaBelle High School.
B` 'H Kevin went to FAMU in Tallahassee for his
AA degree. In Tallahassee he worked for the
With law enforcement as his field of choice,
T L. ass the Capitol Police offered a wealth of experi-
VF ., ence for him.
. For instance, learning how to deal with
.okcrowds and protesters was a lesson that will
always serve him well.
After his time in Tallahassee, Kevin went
to work for the Florida Highway Patrol in
2007-08 and moved to West Palm Beach. He
is currently an investigator with FHP
Caloosa Belle/Patty Brant Kevin sees his experiences as stepping
S h I h i stones to "wherever it takes me." He looks
chol arsh winner forward to an administrative role in law en-
The LaBelle Rotary Club presented its $3,000 scholarship to Maamoon Abue- forcement one day
luf at its June 14 meeting at Beef O'Brady's. The 2009 LaBelle High School He said he chose law enforcement be-
graduate got his AA degree from Edison College this year and will going on cause he likes to help people. He hopes
to study biomedical science at the University of South Florida. This is one to make his contribution by easing friction
of two two-year $3,000 scholarships the Rotary Club awards on alternating between law enforcement and the commu-
years. Students are awarded $1,500 each of the two years. nity.
When he's not on the job, Kevin likes to
enjoy life on the tennis court, sky diving and
S : " . scuba diving.
He credited LaBelle optometrist Dr. Ran-
Ag 2 : H dy Parrish with impressing him with the im-
- portance of "striving to meet your goals." Kevin Drummond


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Summertime means library fun For a modest charge,
each package includes:
Bluebirds were singing at the Barron Library during last week's summer pro- each package includes:
gram, Reading's A Breeze. Eighty-six children and 37 adults enjoyed Mrs. Mar- - . .. A print announcement in the
garet England's presentation on Bluebirds and their habitats. Ms. Madeline newspaper of your choice.
books and let them know about the project she has undertaken to supply areas . *An online listing at
in Southwest Florida with bird houses to help increase the Bluebird population. fl.newszap.com/celebrations.
Each child left with a net bag to fill with different items that birds could use to Online guestbook for friends
build a nest. The bags also had instruction for building a birdhouse and a Blue- . n u o f
bird coloring sheet. and family
A big thank you to Mrs. England and Miss Ruch for helping make the library to sign and view.
program a success. * Online photo gallery for up to
Don't miss the presentation by GATORAMA on July 5. 10 photos.
The schedule for the rest of the program follows:
July 5 - Learn About Gators, GATORAMA -� Gift registry page
July 12 - Bike Safety Rodeo, Hendry County Sheriff - Profile page
July 19 - "Pan Traps" Study of Insects, University of Florida Research .. -
July 26 - Drug & Tobacco Prevention, Hendry County Health Dept. .
Aug. 2 - How Bees Make Honey, Curtis Honey Store
Aug. 9 - Making Ice Cream and Other 4-H Projects, Kathy Singleton Submit your good news today at
Aug. 16 - What I did This Summer, Brenda Goodwin and Local Writers
Aug. 20 - Child ID Program, Free Masons http://fl.newszap.com/celebrations
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reading and learning throughout the summer.


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