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Title: Gilchrist County journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Thetis F. Fisher
Place of Publication: Trenton Fla
Creation Date: September 6, 2007
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Trenton (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gilchrist County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gilchrist -- Trenton
Coordinates: 29.615 x -82.817778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1933.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 3 (Feb. 1, 1934).
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Serving Gilchrist County and Surrounding Area for over 77 Years
207 North Main Street, Trenton, Florida 32693
2 Phone (352) 463-7135 Fax (3'52) 463-7393, $20.00 AYear In Tri-County Area (Gilchrist,
Vol. 77 No.20 gilrstjoual@bellsouth.net Trenton, Florida 32693 Thursday, September 6,2007 Price50 Dixie & Levy Counties)$24.00 Areas


Central Florida Electric to

onen branch office in Bell


Growing oranges in Gilchrist?

Third largest citrus grower in the state opens nursery


The new Central Florida Electric Cooperative office is located at 1180
South Main Street, Suite B, in Bell. The office will open on Sept. 10.


By Carrie A. Mizell
Central Florida Electric Coopera-
five will open their newest branch of-
fice in Bell on Sept. 10. .
The Bell office will be open Mon-
day,. Wednesday and Friday. from
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and will be closed
during the lunch hour. The office will
only be open on.Tuesda) oCThuifday'
if-the third or fourth day of the month
falls on one of those days.


"The goal of CFEC is to provide
members with reliable and affordable
service," Mike Campbell, CFEC gen-
era] manager said. "We think this new
office located in Bell will be a benefit
to members living in this growing
area and we hope they will take ad-
vantage of the sern ices provided in
order to meet their power needs ."
Continued to page 2


Bell stumbles in season

opener at Trenton


By Carrie A. Mizell
The threat of deadly citrus dis-
eases. which are currently sweep-
ing the central and southern por-
tion of the state have prompted
the third largest citrus grower in
Florida to open a citrus nursery in
Gilchrist CountN.
The decision to open a nurser\
in north central Florida serves as a
new beginning for Southern Gar-
dens Citrus, a Clewiston based
grower that produces more than
seven million boxes of Valencia
and Hajnlin oranges each season.
enough for 42 million gallons of
juice.
Jim Dilley. nursery operations
manager, explained that it will take
three years for the new nursery to
produce enough orange trees to
replace the trees Southern Gar-
dens Citrus lost to citrus canker.
a deadl\ Asian disease that spread
throughout the state in 2004 and
2005. The outbreak of citrus can-
ker was most recently discovered
in Florida in 1995 in a residential
area near hMami International Air-
port. Despite the state's eradica-
tion attempts, the disease has been
spread by hurricanes blowv ing it up
into the central portion of Florida.
The spread following Hurricane
Wilma on Oct. 24, 2005, has been
linked to a massive drop in citrus
production estimates, according to
a USDA study which showed the
spread leading to the destruction of
over 183.000 acres, or 25 percent
of Florida's citrus area.
The citrus nursery. which sits on
80 acres of converted cow pasture.
just off State Road 47. has been


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Once the greenhouse tray is filled to capacity with 314 transplant trees, employees are shown, sliding the
train along the line on a rolling bench system that will transport the tray into a different greenhouse.


tested within a one-mile radius and
no citrus canker was detected, ac-
cording to Dillev.
anotherr major threat is citrus
greening disease. which is caused
by bacterium that is spread by a little
sucking insect known as the Asian
citrus ps.llid. The insect thries on
young tender grow th. The systemic
disease causes the flavor of the fruit
to be unpalatable and slowly "kills


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Billu Owens puts his head down to drive through Bell's Daniel Heck
as the Bulldogs A Mitchell Bell, and Tonmmny Callahanm close in to assist
on this tackle. Photo by Anna Wild \


By Joel Elliott
On Friday the Bell football team
traveled to Trenton to play the most
anticipated football game of the year
in Gilchrist County. Quite a bit of
"smack talk" had been going on be-
tween the two teams, so everyone
who attended was excited to see if
playing would back up the talking.
Bell won the opening coin toss and
deferred to the second half. The Tren-
ton offense never made it onto the
field as Billy Owens took a Lee Carl-
isle kickoff 65 yards for a touchdown.
After the extra point, the score was
7-0. Trenton kicked off and Bell had


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some early success in the drive, but
two costly penalties led to a Bulldog'
punt. The Tigers would take over at
the Bell 47-yard line. Trenton moved
the ball quickly, and picked up two
fourth down conversions to move
the ball to the Bell 18-yard.line. Af-
ter one of what would be a night full
of holding calls, the Tigers turned
the ball over on downs. Bell would
gain 15 yards on a penalty, but the
Bulldogs couldn't seem to keep their
hands on the football and were forced
to punt. The Tigers would again get
great field position, as they took over
at the Bell 44-yard line. Billy Owens
would run for a first down to end the
quarter.
The Tigers seemed poised to strike
before Bell senior Paul Clark would
jump on a floating pass from Tren-
ton quarterback Durell Henry on the
first play of the second quarter. Clark
appeared to have gotten the intercep-
tion in the end zone, but the officials
ruled that momentum had carried
him into the end zone. So instead,
the Bulldogs would take over from
their 2-yard line, hardly delectable
field position. Stuck back into their
own end zone, the Bulldogs were
again forced to punt the football. The
Tigers would recover at the Bell 25-
yard line. Here, a bevy of penalties
would hinder the .Tiger's drive for a
while. But, Chase Beckham would
pick up a first down. This would later
set up a 15-yard touchdown scamper
by Brandon Mathis at the-7:19 mark
Continued to page 6


imn Dillet. manager of nurserit operations with Southern Gardens
Citrus Nursery is pictured standing in front of what will be 250,000
transplanted citrus trees once nut ser workers are finished planting
the first cycle later this month.


citrus trees over a six to eight year
period.
"The government has to tighten our
borders. These diseases have been
brought in from other countries."
Dille) said. "Right now \we can't
send fruit to any other state because
\we have citrus canker."
In Sept. 2006 Southern Gardens
Citrus purchased their live oak shad-
ed property tin Gilchnst County as a
direct result of citrus canker.
Currently,. the nurser) is in the
throws of its first grow ing cycle, dur-
ing which 250.000 orange trees will
be grown at the nursery. By 2008.
Dilley plans to have the nursery at
double the capacity and size of the
first grow\ ing cycle.
There is an 8 to 12 month turn-
around on orange trees from seed
to 30-inch tree, according to Dilley.
It takes an orange tree three to fi\e
years to grow into paying for itself
and six to seen years to grow to full
production. Dille) explained that an
orange tree averages 20 sears in pro-
duction.
Arearesidents who attended the
nursery's grand opening last Wednes-
day were instructed to walk through
a spray down canker control area
upon entering the property. A Mlute.
filmy substance momentarily'cov-
ered the citizens, who donned Du-
pont Tyvek suits before entering the
head greenhouse where nursery em-
ployees planted rootstalks. A month
from nov. the rootstalks will be ready
to bud into the Hamlmn and Valencia
Varieties, according to Dilley.
"This is a nurseryman's dream!"


Southern Gardens Citrus employees are shown putting the finishing touches on the citrus seedlings
betfre the pot moves down the conuveor and onto a nurserlt trail.


Dilley said as he pointed out the
mechanized equipment the nursery
workers .were using. Without the
German Ma .er machine it woull.d
take double the eight employees to


Ricke Kress, president of South-
ern Gardens Citrus, welcomes
visitors to the new citrus nurs-
eni in Gilchrist County during
the Grand Opening held on Au-
gust 29.
plant the rootstalks in pots.
Once potted the rootstalks are
placed onto trays that can hold up
to 314 plants. With the flip of a
power switch Greenhouse Super-
visor Samantha Hodge. of Trenton.
has the tray moving on a rolling
bench system through the doorway
and into a neighboring greenhouse
that is nearly filled to capacity
with leaf\ green orange plants. A
hot water heating system that runs
throughout the greenhouse in cyl-
inder-like pipes ensures that if the
temperature outside diops down to
15 degrees the interior of the green-
house will stay at 65 degrees.
With a drink of water and an oc-
casional fertilizing from an electri-
cal trolley system. the plants will
grow inside the greenhouse on their
trays until, they are large enough
to be shipped to central and south
Florida. according to Dilley.
Before citrus canker. orange
trees were selling for $4.50 a tree.
Dilley explained. Today trees are
selling for between $8.50 and $10
a tree.
As a grov.er and a farmer. Dilley
said he will not ask his 12 nursery
employees to do anything that he
would not do himself. As the nurs-
ery grows to full production, Dil-
ley said he will employ 20 to 25
full time workers.
"1I want to work locals not mi-
grants," Dilley said.
Southern Gardens Citrus pays
betv.een seen and eight dollars
per hour and provides employees
with benefits and work incentives.
The fully mechanized nursery
is a new beginning for Jim and his
wife. Lisa Dilley, who had worked
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GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2007


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27th annual Bell Christmas Parade

A. Storybook Christmas


September is the
month to join 4-H
By Chris DeCubellis
September 1 is the start of a new
4-H year for hundreds of Gilchrist
Count,, south.
Any nou ng person, ages 5-18, in
Gilchrist who wants to be a part of
4-H is welcome to join a 4-H club in'
their- community.
In 4-H youth learn all about, sub-
jects that are of interest to them.
usually through participating in 4-H
projects. Over 100 project areas in-
clude. raising animals, gardening,
sewing, cooking, rocketry, small en-
gine repair, wood working, citizen-
ship, and shooting sports. Through
participatingin 4-H projects young
people gain skills that will help them
throughout their lives.,
Members of 4-H clubs also have
a lot of fun in various 4-H activities,
including attending summer camps,
showing their 4-H projects.in fairs.
attendinL field trips. and making ne"w
friends %. ho share similar interests.
An N young person bert'.een the age,
of 5-18 li ing in Gilchrist County is
welcome to join, regardless of race,
color, religion, or creed.
Anyone \\ho is interested in 4-H,
or \\ ho would like to join 4-H. should
call Gilchnst Count) 4-H Agent Chris
DeCubellis at the Cooperat e- E\ten-
,sion Ser ice at 13521 463-3174.


23rd annual Down
Home Days
Have you made plans et?
November 3rd is not far away.
Come and display, your arts and
crafts.
This year a new sponsor is hosting
this annual event. Trentoni Nazatene.
Church has 10 acres of property just
west of town and invites you to rent
booth space for your pri'.ate show-
ings, or for your organization's need.
Live music, good food, crafts of all
kinds and loads of fun.
For more information' and an ap-
plication to participate call Merle at
(352) 463-1057.

WW II Veterans
Club meeting
All .WWII .veterans are.min iln J ti
attend our World War II Veterans
Club meeting on Thursday. Septem-
bet 13th at 11:30 a.m. atSmokey's
Bar-B-Que & Steak House, 16386
SE Hwy 1Q, Cross CiIt\.
As we bem our Iith ,ear we en-
C -Oirage niie members Our ranks are
still stron despite the recent passing
of some of our comrades.
Come out and join the camnaraderie.
Ha'.e qJiesteons'' CCall Billie Cooper
(352) 4193-36S or Dot Halor erien
(352) 542- '67. ,


ALANMIKELL
for '
Central Florida Eleetric Cooperative

District 6

Ballots Will Be Mailed Out

On September 6th and

They Must Be Returned

By September 21st

Your Support Will Be Greatly Appreciated.
Thank You Alan Mikell


Gilchrist County Journal
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Submitted
It's that utmne again. The Bell
Chrnstmas Parade
Committee is in
full swing with the
planning of the 27th
annual Bell Chrst- _
mas Parade to be
held on Saturda%. -
Dec. 1, 2007. We
have chosen, 'A
Storybook Christ-
mas" as our theme
for this joyous time
of year as we cel-
ebrate Christmas: in
our little Town.
As in tradition.
the Bell Christ-
mas Celebration
will ; kickoff with
the street side Arts
and Crafts Booths
opening at 8:00
a.m. Line-up for
the pi ade beg i ns at 1.00 p.m. and the
'p.u.tde stai.ts it 2.001'I p ni.
Applications are now available at
the To\n *Hall office Train Depot
between the hours of 8:30 a.m.-2:00
p.m. If for some reason you were not
on our mail-out list and you cannot
come by to pick-up an application
contact (386) 935-4518 and one will
be mailed to you. The deadline to re-
turn the application is November 28,
2007.
The Christmas Parade Committee
requests only one Santa in the parade
'His elves have checked his date book
and Santa 'will sleigh his way to the
depot right on time to the delight of
all of us. .
Again this year we will have tro-
phies in the follow inc categories-
Business. 'Clic School O()galnmza-
tion'. Indi\ dual Fanil.,. and Church-
es Trophies for the best-dressed Bi-
c\cle and Horse i\\ith updated Cog-
gins Testi will also be awarded im-
rediatel\ following the parade. And
remember the 'Traveling' tropl) for
the best decorated Gilchrist County
Emrergenc% Vehicle.
The Town of Bell is also sponsor-
ing the 2nd annual "Town Lighting"
on No\ ember 24, 2007 at 6:30 p.m.
There will be Music and Refresh-
ments for \ out'r enjoy meni as v\, e light
up the To\ ni. Bring .Nour la n chalirs
and ,our camera and eno\ some of
owr local talent. W\Ve would like to en-
courage the Businesses in the Town
of Bell to get on board and decorate
their business as again this year we
will be recognizing the best deco-
rated.
There is also planned a "Tree of Re-.
membrance" to remember, our loved
ones, to be located in the Town Hall/
Train Depot. You can. come by and


SFCC is offering
free classes to
displaced
homemakers
Homemakers: .[De elop self-suf-,
ficiency and confidence, learn job
search and interview skills, create a
master application and resume, and
gain basic computer skills. Finding
supportive friends is a plus. Special
topic workshops are also offered cov-
ering health, legal, and employer is-
sues.
Free classes and workshops are of-
fered monthly. The next classes start :
September 10, 2007. Registration
deadline is September 7.
If you are 35 years or older and
have lost financial support, our pro-
gram can help you make the transi-
tion into the job market. Contact the
Displaced Homemaker Program at
Santa Fe Comminnnity College at (352)
395-5047 to make an intake screening
appointment. The time to try is now.


hang \ oui ornament in lenemribrance
startmig Notembei 12Oi ho, e v. ill be
glad to lang it
ftor iou \What aa
O lelellmebetr
our loved ones
*, that are no lon-
ger ,. ith us this
Holiday Sear-
son.
If you partici-
pated last year,
'you'll certainly
remember the
fun we had, so
spread the news
and get your
friends and fam-
ily involved this
year.
S Contact us at
3240 W. Rail-
road Lane or
P.O. Box 116,
Bell, FL 32619. For more informi-
tion caill S'us.n \ White at 3.l6 935-
451 S or call Town Hall at (352) 463-
6288.


The entrance to the head greenhouse has a spray down canker control
system which is a preventive measure for reducing the s-pi tdof dis-
ease into small citrus trees that are being re-potted inside the clean
environment.


Central Florida Electric to

open branch office in Bell


Continued from pa e 1
The new office is located at 1180
South Main Street. Suite B, in Bell.
It is adjacent to Stephanie's Flowers.
and Gifts and is across the highway
from Akins Bar-B-Q and Grill. Phone
(352) 463-75 .
"We haven't piojecred the growth
yet," said Tony \Vasson, CFEC Di-,
rector of Member and Consumer'
Services. "Right now we're using the
new office' as a feeler. We feel like
geogiaphicallk Bell i grow ing area
and the new office will serve resi-
dents using CR 340 on both sides of
the rier. ."
CFEC has hired Carol Bryant to
oversee operations at the. Bell of-
fice. Services will include collection
of payments, with a 'payment drop
slot located in the door of the office.


When making a payment, customers
are asked to use a check or money
order and -remember to provide the
service account number Bryant will
'also ans'Ter general service ques-
tions, open new accounts, handle
service disconnects and requests for
outdoor lighting.
Officials at CFEC ha\ e been work-
ing to open the Bell office for the last
six months, according to \Wasson An
open house for the ne~w location is
being planned and all members will
be invited to attend.
Central Florida Electric Coopera-
tihe is a mnember-ov-ned electrical
distribution utility\ that series 28.000
customers throughout Le\\. Dixie.
Gilclhrist and Alachua Counties With
a main office in Chiefland. CFEC has
branches in Cross City, Ingli' and
Bell. CFEC emnplo\ 1 106 \ workers.


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THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 6. 2007


GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


Redfish a plenty, due to
conservation measures
From high atop the skiff's poling
platform, an eagle-eyed guide points
toward an opening in. the mangroves.
On the front deck, fly rod at the ready,
an eager angler sees it, too: a giant
bull redfish (Sciaenops ocellatus) is
tailing near the cover, in search of an
easy meal. For fear of spooking the
fish back into his wooded confines
during high tide, the angler quickly
and quietly casts a large counterfeit
squid in front of the cruising giant.
The fish's approach is silent, but once
it decides to take the bait, the sound
of broken water quickly becomes a
mixture of splashing and fly line be-
ing pulled through the rod guides at
: high speeds.
Commonly referred to as a redfish
or even a red drum, anglers in pursuit
of this popular coastal game fish play
out this scene with regularity these
days. Found from Massachusetts to
Florida on the Atlantic coast and from
Mexico to Florida on the Gulf Coast,
redfish numbers are on the rebound
thanks to the united support provided
to it by sportsmen and women around
the country. Once highly coveted for
its meat, redfish which inhabit warm,
shallow coastal waters were netted
by commercial operations intent on
becoming wealthy over the demand
for redfish meat. The great taste of
blackened redfish nearly spelled the
species' demise in some areas, until
concerned groups banded together to
lobby state, local and federal govern-
ments to end the wide-spread com-
mercial netting and to impose slot
and creel limits.
Today, populations of the redfish
throughout its original North Ameri-
can coastal home range are stable
and in some cases increasing.,
Whether it's fighting industrial water
pollution that harm fish hatches and
reduce food supplies or lobbying for
protection of the species, anglers on
the piers and jetties of the Texas Gulf
Coast can catch redfish the same as
the backcountry, shallow-water an-
glers of Venice, La., and Mosquito
Lagoon, Fla. From tournament or-
ganizations raising awareness of this
remarkably hard-fighting fish to local
residents and businesses realizing the
economic impact that hearty redfish
populations can bring, more people
than ei er have taken a vested inter-
est in the future of this member of the
drum family.
One. of the most iconic of: all the
coastal North American fish, the red-'


fish features an easily distinguishable
dot (or dots) on its tail, which sticks
out of the water as the fish cruises
around, searching the soft bottom for
shrimp, crabs and baitfish. With its
large, pale lips indicative of the drumn
family and a muscular, streamlined
body, the redfish is ferocious when
hooked. Anglers in search of a chal-
lenge prefer sight casting to tailing
redfish, while others employ spin-
ning and casting equipment and lure
the fish with all manner of modern
tackle. Revered for its role through-
out history in the lives of coastal resi-
dents for centuries, the redfish is now
one of the most sought-after saltwater
game fish in North America, all the
while maintaining its high popula-
tion, thanks to efforts from conserva-
tion-minded sportsmen and women.
On Saturday, September 22, 2007,
millions of Americans will celebrate
the success of the redfish and many
other species as part of National
Hunting and Fishing Day activities
that will be going on nationwide.
National Hunting and Fishing Day
began after a presidential proclama-
tion in 1972 that sets aside the fourth
Saturday of each September for the
event. Since then, national, regional,
state and local organizations have
staged thousands of open house
hunting- and fishing-related events
everywhere from shooting ranges to
suburban frog ponds, providing mil-
lions of Americans with a chance to
experience, understand and appreci-
ate traditional outdoor sports.
The careful redfish conservation
efforts of the past have given millions
of people the thrill of seeing the fish
tailing in the shallow, coastal waters,
to have the chance to fight one with
a rod and reel and when local regu-
lations allow enjoy its table fare.
Conservation groups, sportsmen and
women and wildlife watchers alike
are all stakeholders in; the future of
the redfish, to ensure that the species
keeps bending rods and thrilling an-
glers well into the future.
National Hunting and Fi h i ng Day,
formalized by Congress in 1971,
was created by the National Shoot-
ing Sports Foundation to celebrate
the conservation successes of hunters
and anglers. National Hunting, and
Fishing Day is observed on the fourth
Saturday of.every September.


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Meet Your Neighbor


Name: Meveree Carlisle Pope
Lives: Lifelong resident of Gilchrist
County, moved to Carlisle Grade
(off State Road 47) in 1974.
Family: Husband, Harold Pope;
two sons, Casey and Ronald; 13
grandchildren; four great-grand-
children
Worked: At Copeland's Sausage
Company in Alachua when I was
in my 30s. Then I worked as a bus
driver for 20 years and made $8 a
day. I took my bus-driving test the
same day as the school superinten-
dent, Mr. Bell; he failed the test and
I passed.
Greatest Accomplishment: Rais-
ing my boys to be good Christian
boys.
What do you like about living in
Gilchrist County? The level coun-
try, I like that it's flat, in Florida.
We have a place on the Blue Ridge
Parkway and I like to go up there to
visit, but I love coming home.
What's one important lesson you
tried to teach your children? The
everyday chores th:it on need to
know to take care of yourself.
Favorite food: Fish. I like all of
them, but I'm not real fond of cat-
fish.
Favorite movie: Gone With the
Wind. We saw in at a theatre on
Main Street in Trenton. I think we
paid 50 cents to see it.
If you had known then what you
know now what would you have
changed? I wanted to be a nurse
when I got older, but there were 12
of us children and my daddy said I
had to go to work when I finished
eighth grade.


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Redemption...oh, how sweet it is.
It is sort of ironical, given that this is
the Labor Day weekend, to gloat a bit
on the comeuppance that Wall Si eei
has received of late as a result o, its
efforts to utilize computers instead of
humans to analyze and invest in the
markets. The high-profile collapse
of several quantitative hedge funds
has gone a lorig way towards beating
back the arrogant confidence placed
in the cold efficiency of black box
computerized investment decisions.
Although the machines could run
complex algorithms and place hun-
dreds of trades 24 hours a day with
little or no intervention, when com-
pared to the human mind the most
advanced computer is no more pow-
erful than j dim flashlight.
Please do not nmiundeistand whatI
am a;, ing. NModern iirestmient anal-
ysis would be severely set back if it
were not for the ability of computers
to carry out innumerable mathemati-
cal tasks on a repetitive basis utiliz-


Lessons On The Home
(Kent Heaton)


The home is the foundation of life. %\ whether we come
from a rich or poor background the home is where we all
begin. Many homes today are dysfunctional and in
disarray. Marriages are destroyed, children neglected and
the elderly abused. Television talk shows thrive on the
chaos the people find themselves in. The news is filled
with violence through spousal abuse,' abandonment,
immorality, perversion all direct attacks against the
sanctity of the home.'.
Honest people are looking for answers. Desperate
homes are seeking guidance to bring order and happiness,
to life. Children are crying out for security and comfort.
Elderly want to enjoy their final days with dignity. Where
can we find the answers that work? There are thousands
of books written that try to answer these questions. Men
have spent centuries examining these same issues time
and time again to no avail. Is there a source that all these
challenges can be met and the'home can be a place of
enjoyment and peace? The answer can only be found in
the book we call the Bible.
The Bible is a book written by Him who created man
and woman. We did not evolve from some slime to rise.
from the jits of evolution as an animal. Jehovah God
made us it, His image to bear His image. He wants man'
and wom'A to find happiness in the home. His plan is
secure for children to find warmth and sanctuary within
the arms of their parents. The elderly are blessed by
children Ao nurture and care for their needs. These
answers are found in God's word.:
Husbands are exhorted to love their wives in the
manner that Jesus Christ loves the church (Ephesiatis
5:25). This union is found in the home as one of loving
the wife, nourishing and cherishing her (v29) and caring
for her needs as his own life. Wives find the beauty of
marriage from a man who is devoted to her life and is
willing to subject her life to his tender care (vv22,23) and
respecting him (v33). Children are obedient to parents in


respect and honor inaccordance with the plan of God
(Ephesians 6:1-3). This respect is brought about by the
leadership of the father who does not provoke his
children to be angry but rather brings "them up in the
discipline and instruction of the Lord" (Ephesians 6:4).
The elderly are respected and treated with dignity.
Honoring mother and father (Ephesians 6:1) does not
apply only to small children but grown children with
aged parents. Their needs must be taken care of and the
respect due them should be always given, Paul reminded
young Timoth, to respect and honor the elderly no
matter if they were parents or not: "Do not rebuke an
older man but exhort him as you would a father; treat
younger men like brothers, older women like mothers,
younger women like sisters, in all purity. Honor
'widows who are real widows" (1 Timothy 5:1-3). There
are many children who need to learn this of their own
parents.
The home can be filled with happiness and joy. It
must be a place that a husband and wife can find
romance, love, security and each other to fulfill the joy
designed by God in the Garden of Eden (Genesis 2). The
home can be a place that children long to be apart of
and. the family unit shares together in the joys and
sorrows of life. Elderly parents can live in the peace and
security their children will love them in every way.
With these exhortations in mind, the Trenton Church
of Christ would invite you to be part of a series of
lessons designed to challenge our hearts to find the joy
God intended the home to be. Beginning Sunday,
September 9th, a series of lessons on the home will be
given, by Steve Belue from Pensacola, Florida. Bring
your Bibles and bring your families as we learn more
about the home as God intended it to be. Services will
be at 7:30pm each night. You will receive a warm
welcome. Come learn about the HOME.


Trenton Church of Christ
463-3793 502 Northeast 7th Street Trenton, Florida 32693


Please Visit www.trentonchurchofchrist.com


What is something not many
people know about you? I had all
these foster kids over the years and
none of them would eat vegetables.
I put in to make them eat vegetables.
They'd put ketchup and mustard on
collard greens, but they'd eat them.
Hobbies: Fishing is one of my great-
est joys, I just learned to fish for
mullet this year. I've worked with
AARP over the years. I've been the
AARP community coordinator for
the state and a foster mother for 20
years. I want young people to know
that if they don't get involved with
AARP then their going to lose their
benefits.
Future plans: I've been every-
where, but I'd still like to go to the'
Phillipines.
If you could send out a message
what would you say: I think leg-
islators should do something about
the insurance companies. After you
turn 80 you can't even get an insur-
ance company to insure you. I know
because I'm 83!


Streetwise
By Lauren Rudd J


ing reams of data. However,, after the
data has been sliced and'diced, there
is no substitute for human analysis
and judgment.
Unfortunately, even the human
intellect is not immune to expecta-
tions, the "coin of the realm" on Wall
Street. Included in those expectations
is usually a large dollop of hope,
some dreaming and maybe a prayer
or two. It is not until expectations are
bathed in the harsh light of realmi
that we see the true picture of where
we are and how we got there.
Too often we try to mold our view
of reality to meet our expectanons,
when we should be doing exactly the
opposite. While it is always nice to
dream of a Utopian environment, in
actuality corporations ,have to deal'
with many factors well beyond their
control. Regardless of whether a hu-
man or computer.is doing the analy-
sis, it is the failure to allow for the
unexpected that creates poor expec-
tations and bargains' for the astute
investor. ,
One example of a good candidate
for the bargain department is Seagate
Technology. A year ago when I dis-
cussed the company, its shares were
selling for $20.42 per share and my
fiscal year earnings estimate was for
$2.00)per share. For the twelve,
months ended June 29, 2007 Seagate
reported disc- drive unit shipments of
159.2 million units, re- enue of $11.4.
billion, GAAP net income of $913,
million and net income per share of
$1.56. However, included in the in-
come, number was approximately
$241 million of purchased intangi-
bles amortization and other charges
associated with Seagate's acquisition,
of Maxtor and EVault. Also included
was a $19 million charge for the early
'retirement of some 8 percent notes. If


Lottery Numbers
Wednesday, August 29
Lotto Drawing:
1-2-15-1642-44
No winners of the $3 million
jackpot.

5-Digit Winners:
41 at $7,001.00

4-Digit Winners
3,003 at $77.50

3-Digit Winners:
65,485 at $5.00

Play 4 Drawing:
5-2-3-1

Cash 3 Drawing:
0-2-2

Saturday,
September 1
Lotto Drawing:
4-5-16-25-27-37
No winners of the $6 million
jackpot.

5-Digit Winners:
172 at $2,441.50

4-Digit Winners:
5,719 at $59.50

3-Digit Winners:
109,692 at $4.00

Play 4 Drawing:
9-7-1-6

Cash 3 Drawing:
3-8-4


COOKING AND CARRYING' ON
By Cindy Jo Ayers


How blessed am I, from time to
time w% e jui have to back off a bit to
get a little different perspective of our
lives and our many blessings. Over 30
years ago on the third of July, I had
my first date with John. At the time I
didn't know but have come to realize
how truly blessed I am to have mar-
ried such a generous man. Through
the years he has watched me pack my
bags and head off on little trips with
my mother, daughter and the past
three years with my old friend Beth*
Davis. Fact is this summer he tried to
keep a straight face while I packed up
my newly purchased lime green and
dark brown cowboy boots.
Beth and I are both quilters and
we are forevermore trying to learn a
new quilting technique. Before our
trip to the Sisters Quilt Show in Or-
egon was over last summer we began
making plans for this summer's quilt-
related trip out west.'
Boy v as this trip a doosey, it's sure
to go down as one of our best adven-
tures ever. We spent 10 wonderfully
cool days "Neath the blue Montana
sky." On Friday, August 24 we board-
ed a plane in Tampa and were on the
ground in Bozeman, Montana about
1:30 in the afternoon. After picking
up our rental car we did a little shop-
ping; where else but in several of the
five quilt stores in and near Bozeman.
We visited a wonderful reproduction
fabric store that featured cotton re-
production fabric for quilting and
costuming. All the fabrics were de-
signed from the time period 1775 to
1950. Sections of the store were civil
war reproduction fabrics and other
areas had bolts of colonial era prints.
This store alko had a large supplI of.
authentic indigo dyed prints. Need-
less to say I left the ,sore e\ ith a pretty\
good sized bag of fabric. For the past
couple of years I've been collecting,
civil war era reproduction fabrics. -
On Saturday morning we attended
the 15th Annual Quilting in the Coun-
try Outdoor Quilt Show which fea-


you exclude those one-time charges,
Seagate earned $2.00 per share.
The intrinsic value of the shares,
using a discounted earnings ap-
proach with an earnings gro thli rate
of 8.69 percent and a discount rate
of 11i percent, is $35.80. The more
conservative free cash flow to the
firm. approach, \\ ith the same earn-
ings growth rate, yields an intrinsic
value of $31 per share. My earnings
estimate for the 2008 fiscal year is,
$2.05 per share with a 12 month tar-
get of $29 per share. The target price
represents a gain of 17 percent over
the current $24.50 share price. In ad-
dition, Seagate offers a 1.60 percent
dividend yield.There is an interesting
development with regard to Seagate
that you need to be' aware of. Ac-
cording to a recent article in the New
York Times, a Chinese technology
company hag expressed interest in
buying an American manufacturer of
computer disk drives. There are only
two, Seagate and Western Digital.
William. Watkins, Seagate's CEO,
disclosed the Chinese overture he
received in an interview, the Times
sgid.The possibility of the Chinese.
buying Seagate has the Federal gov-
ernment choking on national security
issues because Seagate sells drives
with hardware encryption capabil-
ity. Watkins is quoted by the Times
as saying, "The U.S. government is
freaking out."
You can write to financial colum-
nist Lauren Rudd at 5 Gulf Manor
Drive, Venice, Fl. 34285 or email at
LVERudd@aol.com.


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tures quilts displayed on the Quinn
farmstead buildings and fences just
outside Bozeman. The show includ-
ed over 500 quilts and three or four
trunk shows. Beth and I enjoyed vis-
iting the many quilt related vendors
and the live western music.
It took a while to view the quilts that
were hanging everywhere including
the antique log barn and blacksmith
shop, on clotheslines strung between
huge trees, on the bunkhouse, on
fences or wherever they could find
space for yet one more quilt.
Saturday night ".e ate at a restaurant
near Bozeman and feasted on a won-
derful steak dinner. Man the\ raise
some fine beef out there. On Sunday
morning we packed a picnic lunch
at the local CommnunJt\ Food Co-op
and headed in the North entrance of,
Yellowstone National Pu rk under the
Riiose\ e1t Arch. Yellowstone was
designated our L.intri'. first Na-
tional Park in 1872 and is made up
of 2.2 million acres. During our trip
we visited two other days. One day
we made a trip down to Jackson Hole
and took many photos of the Teton
Mountains. I've seen the Grand
Tetons several times.. the% never fail
to take my breath away. At the high-
est point their stone, peaks reach
skyward some 13,770 feet above
sea leyel. This was my; firs trip,to
the Mormon Row area of the Grand
Teton National Park. This collection
of small wooden barns, houses and
stock pens were erected by a small
group. of lormnon's who settled the
area many years ago. Bison' were
plentiful in both Yellow. stone iand the
Tetons. Fact is they seem to be about
to take over.
During three trips into the parks weq
saw a gray v, olf. bald eagle, coy notes.
elk, deer, moose, and several chip-
munks. The fall \ildio>.ters were
in full bloom in the Tetons but not
so much in the Yellowstone, One
day we visited the Yellowstone Inn
and looked at the iemnarkable \>ood-
work that makes up the old inns in-
terior and exterior. We also climbed
down the many, many steps to view
the loi. er falls'near artist point. The
going down was not too bad but the
coming up just about did us in.
There is just something about stand-
ing under that huge blue, blue sk', ont
there that makes me realize' that in
God's grand plan I am after all pretty,
insignificant and yet he still cares for
me.
Next week I'll continue our jour-
nef, picking up at our arrival at the
Nine Quarter Circle Ranch where we
"attended the 13th Annual. Cowgirls
Quilt Retreat and I'll include a little
more about my fabulous rhinestone
topped boots.



3 medium' ranny Smith apples, cut
into small cubes
1 large carrot, peeled and shredded
2 stalks celery, thinly sliced
cup raisins
cup toasted pecan pieces
Dressing:.
cup plain yogurt
2 tablespoons honey
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
1 tablespoon white wine vinegar
1 teaspoon Dijon mustard
Salt and pepper to taste
Combine apples, carrot, celery, rai-
sins and pecans in a bowl. Stir dress-
ing ingredients together, toss gently -
with apple mixture. Place in serving
bowl lined with lettuce leaves. Serve
within 2-3 hours.


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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2007


P-g Four -IC S CONYJORA


Remember Our Troops
Please take the time to scan the list
and if you can help us call Ken Palm at
352-463-0089 or Dr. Geneva Cornwell
at 352-463-1473.
Thank you very much for your help
and Remember to Pray for our Troops!
Mindy Alvord, Brad E. Anderson,
Donna Slayton/Rowe Anderson, Clay-
ton App, Deborah J. Asselanis, Jona-
than W. Barrs, Drew Barry, Crystal L.
Baylon, Daniel J. Beans, Josh Beans,
Kristopher E. Beasley, Peter L. Be-
langer, Keith E. Benson, Ronald H.
Benton, Jr., Daniel L. Beyer, Thomas
G. Bialozynski, Macy J. Bible, Timo-
thy J. Blackford, Edward H. Boland,
Kevin C. Bost, Devin Boyette, Lucas
H. Brackett, Kristin A. Brown, Joseph
G. Bullock, Patricia C. Burkel, Kent
C. Bumrnaw, Amy E. Butler, Michael
Butler, Steven P. Butler, Steve Callo-
way, John C. Carney, Denna L. Carr,
Donald K. Carr, Thomas Caudill, Alan
H. Caulk, John W. Charlton, Matthew
J. Charlton, Raymond L. Clark, Wil-
liam Eddie Coarsey, Jeremy L. Coker,
Robert Collier, Ben Coppage, Levi S.
Coppage, Matthew Corbin, James A.
Cornwell, Evan M. Crabtree, Kath-
ryn L. Croft, Patrick C. Curry, Ryan
L. Dalton, Kenneth D. Daub, David
A. Davis, Phillip S. Davis, Rebecca
L. Davis, Andrew Dawkins, Robert
Dean, Kenneth Earl Ducker, Angela
M. Duquette, Randy C. Ellison, Scott
Elmore, Dawn R. Faught, George'T.
Faught, Matthew J. Felmey, Christine
M. Ferguson, Sean A. Flanick, Jimmy
M. Fletcher, Jr., (Army, Iraq), Jeffrey
Folis, Rodney A. Frazier, Manley C.
Frost, Preston W. Garrison, Christo-
pher L. Geiger, Lajawn R. Gladney,
Kathryn M. Grayson, John Guzman,
Kyle E. Habig, Brett Hanchey, An-
gela L. Hart, Gary L. Hatfield, Daniel
Hauprich, Jeremiah Haupich, Ryan L.
Hausner, Richard A. Havens, Joey Hei-
lig, Lucinda D. Hendricks, Jason M.
Hickey, Gary Hilliard, Dylan Hilliard,
Mark Hilliard, Steven G. Hilliard, J. B.
Hodge, Wayne J. Hodge, Ira R. Hol-
land, Brandon M. Houston, Phillip G.
Houston, Raun M. Howell, Joe Hud-
son, Jason R. Huffman, Carl Hunter,
Jr., Michael L. Hunter, David M. Jan-
ik, Jonathan W. Jenkins, Kathleen M.
Jenkins, Melissa I. Johnson, Todd M.
Johnson, Kelli L. Keith, Henry W. Ken-
nedy, Eugene R. Kraemer, Jr., Darrell
R. Lamb, Sharon M. Lamb, Ann Marie


Landrum, Brian Landrum, Nicholas F.
Langford, Heather Langston, Christo-
pher R. Layfield, Peter E. Leone, Keith
W. Lightner, Mathew D. Lightner, Mi-
chael R. Lightner. Mathew C. Lind,
Joseph W. Long, Rob Long, Diana Ka-
tie Lovett, Jonathan W. Luchak, Mat-
thew A. Magness, Michael J. Marquis,
Randell M. Matthews, David Mauldin,
Gus Mauldin, John A. Mauro, Mi-
chael Mayo, Larry S. McBeth, Glenn P.
McKay, Evan McQuiston, T. J. Miller,
Mark Milton, Patrick G. Minto, Ken-
neth G. Moreno, Allen Murray, Chevis
W. Musselman, Jimmi Myers, Daniel
Neal, Jr., Sherman B. Nobles, Charity
S. Odell, George 0. Osteen, William
T. Osteen, Derek K. Pace, Rebecca L.
Paceley, Jodi M. Peelman, Christopher
J. Pergrossi, Adam J. Perry, David L.
Philman, Arthur J. Pipes, Jacobs C.
Pleiman, William Powell, Rosanna
F. Powers, Heather N. Price, John S.
Price, Stacey B. Rand, Angelina J.
Rauseo, Gareth M. Ray, Steven Reed,
Aaron Riess (Afghanistan), Matthew
M. Remai, Matthew E. Rexroat, Aaron,
D. Riess, Matthew T. Riordan, Stephan
Roberts, Jr., Ronald T. Roberts, Thom-
as F. Roberts, James K. Rogers, Kevin
Rogers, Cody L. Rolling, Jody L. Roll-
ing, Aaron D. Ross, Curtis L. Ross,
Robert Ross, Thomas J. Rush, Scott A.
Schoppenhorst, Daniel 0. Schreiber,
Dave Scott, Blake R. Shackelford,
Nitka Shearin, Rex S. Shearin, John
P. Shelley, Brian J. Shepard, Ronald
Sherman, John W. Sherry, Jarred E.
Shewey, Jeremy G. Shinkle, Sherri
L. 'Slaughter, Donna Slayton, James
Slayton, Ernest D. Smith, George, D.
Smith, Tyler B. Smith, Christopher L.
Snyder, Joseph R. Snyder, Jeffrey E.
Solis, Thomas J. Stoner, Donny Staton,
James Staton, William A. Suggs, Josh-
ua C. Sullivan, Johnny R. Swedenbu g,
Thomas J. Telfer, Michael B. Temple-
ton, Brandon Thorsen, Gregory Turner,
Justin Twigg, Nathan Twigg, Chad W.
Vann, Camelle N. Vernon, Manhev. L,
Waddell, Robert G. Waldron. Danielle
M. Walker, Bryan A. Wall, Matthew
V. Watson, Bryan C. Wells, LaShoida
White, David A. Whitwood, Ronnie
J. Wilder, Stephen D. Wilder, Colby
Wilkerson, Robert C. Wilkerson, Phil-
lip R. Williams, Stacia L. Williams, R.
L. Wills, Kimberly L. Wilridge, Wes-
ley D. Wilson,Ashley N. Wood, Daniel
Wood, Kyle Worthington, Amanda M.
Ysidron, Freddie D. Zayas.


S Trenton United

Methodist Church
9:30 am Sunday School
11:00 am Morning Worship Service
6:00 pn- Wednesday Bible Study
Nursery provided 9-12 Sunday Morning
203 N.E. Second Street, Trenton
Office: 463-2877 Rev. H.D. "Hank" Cribb, Sr.


BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH
"Committed to living and sharing the message of God's love."
Bible Study 9:45 a.m.
Sunday Worship 11 a.m. & 7 p.m.
Prayer & Discipleship Wed. 7 p.m.
Youth Praise & Worship Wed. 6:30 p.m. in
Awana Programn Wed. 6:30 p.ni. //


7070 S.W. CR-334A- Trenton, FL 32693'
Pastor: Jake Cravey
Youth Director: Aaron Bachle
betheliti belisouth.net wwn backobothcl o; g


352-463-2028


We Welcome You To
Mt. Nebo Baptist Church (SBC)
4200 N.W. CR-340, Bell, FL 32619
(3 miles North of Bell on Hwy-340 West)
Sunday School............................ 9:45 am
Morning Worship .................. ..... 11 am
Evening W orship ............................... 6 pm
Wednesday Evening Services:
AWANA 6:15pm, Youth "JAM" night & Adult Bible Study... 7 pm
Pastor: Rev. Jimmy Corbin
Minister of Youth: Matt Holtsclaw
Church Phone: 386-935-3575
"Committed to Reaching People for Christ"


S" Fist Iaptist Churpchk

Welcomes You!
"Embracing the Past and Reaching Toward the Future."
Comer of NE Second St. and Highway 26 in Trenton

(Nursery provided for all services)
Sunday School 9:45 AM (classes for all ages)
Sunday Morning Worship & Children's Church 11 AM
Sunday Night Bible Study 6 PM
Wednesday Nights:
Awana 6:20 PM
Youth Bible Study, Praise & Worship 6:30 PM
Adult Bible Study & Prayer 7 PM

DYNAMIC MINISTRIES FOR ALL AGES!
Call 463-2038 for more information
or
www.fbctrentonfl.org


Ih-e&tch AewI
G pel Ven tril i Suwannee Valley Playhouse on Park
Gospel Ventriloquist Street across from the Chiefland Po-'
team to be at Bell lice Station. We are in the process
Church of God on of building a new home in which
September 9th to worship located on County Road
aepitembd & er usty, a Gospel ventrilo- 341, and are nearing completion.
David & Rusty, a Gospel ventrilo- At this new location, there will
quist team, will be at the Bell Church b hi c
of God on Sunday, September 9th at be: worship center, nursery for in-
10:50 a.m. Everyone is invited to at- fants and toddlers, children and adult
tend. learning rooms, meeting area and a
full service kitchen.
Watch for the announcement of our
A new worship grand opening coming soon. Also,
experience coming soon watch for further details in this news-
paper or by calling the church office
The Turning Point Ministry Inc. at (352) 493-8005.
is currently worshipping in the


Reunions
To all the graduates Hilliard Family
of BHS years 1949, Reunion to be held
1950, and 1951 on September 9
To all who attended, Thank you for The Hilliard family reunion will be
attending. It was great to see you all held on Sunday, September 9, 2007
again! at Hart Springs Pavilion B. Every-
To those who could not attend due one is invited. Please bring a covered
to illness, we missed you, too. Hope dish and enjoy the day.
all is well, we pray.
To all who forgot the date and time,
here is a reminder in advance. See


you September 8, 2007. It will be
held at Akins Bar-B-Q at 4:00 p.m.
and we will eat at 6:00 p.m.
Love,
June. Hall Howard
702 Newport Street
Macclenny, FL 32063-4167
Phone- (904) 259-6050


Corbin Family
Reunion
The Corbin's Family Reunion will
be held Saturday, September 8, 2007
at Hart Springs. All-day-eating starts
at 1:00 p.m. Bring your bathing suit
and something, for your family to eat
and a little to share. For more infor-
mation you may call Faye Richard-
son 904-378-4764 or Tracy Ridge-
way 352-463-2464, Please join us for
Family, Food, & Fun!


Bryant family
reunion set for
September 8
The Bryant family's reunion will
be on September 8th at the Bell Com-
mmunitN Center
.Bring a covered dish and we %ill;
commence to eating at 12:30 p.m.
Come by and enjoy!


Everett Family
Reunion to be held,
on September 15
The annual Everett family reunion
will be held on Saturday, September
15, 2007, at the Trenton Community
Center at 214 SE 3rd Ave. in Tren-
ton.
The meeting, will begin at 11:30
a.m. with a brief business meeting,
followed by a covered dish luncheon.
Those attending should bring a cov-
ered dish or dishes to share. Drinks
and tableware will be provided. All
Everett descendants are-cordially in-
vited to attend.


Flemming, Osteen,
Raulerson, and Crosier
Reunion on'
September 16th
The Flemmin g. Osteen, Raulerson,
and Crosier reunion x\ ill be held Sun-
day, September 16th at O'Leno State
Park, High Springs, FL. The lunch
will begin between noon and 1:00
p.m. at the dining hall with a kitchen.
It will. eost-you $4.00 to get in for a
carload up to 8 people. Please bring
fgpd,.nd drink to share, and we will
see you there!


Trenton Communitjy Nazarene Church

(Z miles west of traffic light on SR-26)

10:50 a.m. Sunday Worshi Service

7:OO p.m. Wednesday Worship Service

+6)-1057 Pastor Merle Goodrich



YOU ARE WELCOME AT

PRISCILLA BAPTIST CHURCH

5509 S.W. County Road 232, Bell, Florida
(Between Bell & Trenton 2.5 miles West of SR 129)


Sunday School....................... ...10:00 AM
Morning Worship....................... 11:00 AM
Evening Worship..........................6:00 PM
Wednesday Night Prayer/Youth...7:30 PM


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Be a part of an exciting time of Worship and Bible Study.


Pastor Jerry Milton


Youth Director Josh Dease


Examining the needs of
grandparents and other
relative caregivers
Grandparents and other relatives
raising children too often encounter
obstacles in providing for the children
in their care. Access to education,
housing, health care, and numerous
other state and federal services often
are foreclosed to these intergenera-
tional families. In recognition of the
difficulties faced by these families,
Senator Gordon H. Smith, ranking
member, United States Senate Special
Committee on Aging ("Committee"),
is requesting comments, stories and
recommendations from the intergen-
erational caregiving community for
publication in a report that will ex-
amine the needs of grandparents and
other relatives caring for children.
Any organization or person wish-
ing to submit a paper should do so by
September 10, 2007. Papers should
not exceed 20 pages, using 12-point
font, including attachments. Each pa-
per should include the name, address,
telephone and fax numbers, arid email
address of the submitter: Papers will
be maintained in the Committee's
files for review and use by the Com-r
mittee. The Committee reserves the
right to reprint, in full or part, any
paper it receives in response to this
request at its discretion. Topics to ad-
dress might include:
1) Personal story of your intergen-
erational family;
2) Barriers to a grandparent or oth-
er relative's ability to provide care,
including health care, education,
housing, finances, public assistance:
programs and other legal issues;
3) Issues 'relating to guardianship,
foster care and adoption: .
4) Interactions %w ith biological par-
ents and other family members;'
5) Examples highlighting excel-
lence in the kinship community;
6'1 Suggestions for local, state and
federal initiatives to improve inter-
generational care and delivery of ser-
vices;
7) Resources you have found help-
ful or not helpful;
8) Respite care;
9) Experiences in dealing with the
courts, child %welfare agencies and.'or
other social services agencies; and
10) Recommendations for addi-
tional areas of research on other in-
tergenerational famiir issues.
Papers may be submitted via U.S.
mail.email or fax at ihe address below
(email submissions are preferred:
ATTN: Grandfanmlies Report
United States Senate Special Com-
mitteeon Aging
Senator .Gordon H. Smith., Ranking
member
G31 Dirksen Senate Building
Washington.DC20510 ..
(202) 224-8660 fax
grand fanmilies','aging.senate.gov.

Relative Care Giver Foundation,
Inc. is advocating for you. We need
the relate's raising children to
come out into support groups. We
-%mnt to help pro\ ide for.your needs
and know what they are. I urge
you to respond to Senator Gordon
H. Smith in Washington, no matter
what age you are, as a relative rais-
ing children.
Kim Wiese, President


Girls Club 25th
Birthday Carnival
raises money and
community awareness
The Girls Club held its first annual
Birthday Carnival for children and
families, celebrating 25 years help-
ing girls grow.
The Carnival was a great success
raising over $6000.00 for the Girls
Club! We could not have orchestrat-
ed this event without the generous
support of our sponsors, board mem-
bers, and parent volunteers. It was
an exciting day filled with games
and prizes and various activities to
beat the summer heat. The dunk-
ing booth, sponsored by Cox Com-
munications and a Counselor Kiss
the Goat sponsored by Uncle Mike's
Hugging Farm gave kids a chance to
josh the Girls Club staff.
G.P.D. wowed the attendees ith
Motorcycle Cops, Buck the K-9, and
Alachua County Sheriff, Sadie Dar-
nell delivered inspiring words to chil-
dren and their families in perparation
for the new school year. Gainesville
Health and Fitness Center organized
old-fashioned relay races and Sarkis
Clinical. Trials and Ben and Jerry's
helpedcool offguests ith sno-cones.
cotton candy and ice cream. Kiwanis
Club brought the ocean to the s, amp
with a fishing booth. Children and
parents enjoy ed an authentic fish fry
prepared by the Gainesville Offshore
Fishing Club, while landlubbers
feasted on fairway treats provided by
Hills Catering and the Pita Pit.
Recent funding cuts for the 07.08
year have prompted a series of new,
fundraising and community, aware-
lness strategies for the Girls Club of
Alachua County (The Girls Club),
The .Girls Club is planning a va-
riety of highly visible events and
campaigns to ensure the necessary
financial and community support to
continue providing our successful
after-school athletics and summer
school programs, to all girls of Ala-r
chua County.
"The Girls Club of Alachua Coun-
ty is a non-profit organization that,
has served over :16,000 girls since:
its inception in 1982 and plans on
continuing to offer a safe, nurturing
and educational environment as far
into the future as we can see," said
Executive Director Renae Clements.
Girls from ages 5-18 engage in tuto-
rial. mentoring. athletic, and recre-
ational programs where the\ develop
their potential and acquire a sense of
responsibility. "We prepare girls for
the special challenges that theN % ill
face in today's society."
S"Thank you to all the families and
sponsors that have helped to make
our 25 years a huge success! Plans
for the 200S Girls Club Carnival are
already underway. VWe look form ard
to another fun family affair, hope to *
see you there!"
Grace Lambert
S' President-Elect


When breaking
news happens, call
the Gilchrist
County Journal at
463-7135


PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH
t 16655 N. W. CR-339 Trenton, Florida 32693'
352-463-2151
www.pgbcfl.com
Bro. Greg Douglas, Pastor
Bro. Rickey Whitley, Minister of Students
Charles Brock, Music Director
Sunday School/Bible Study.......................9:15 AM
Morning Worship Service.....:.................10:30 AM
Children's Church.................................. 10:30 AM
Evening Worship Service.........................6:00 PM
Wednesday Night Services: Prayer Meeting,
AWANA & Youth Worship......................7:00 PM
~ Nursery Provided for All Services ~


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September 9th 14th

TRENTON CHURCH of CHRIST

/ 502 N.E. 7th Street, Trenton, Florida


Steve Belue

Sunday Morning 9:30 am & 10:30 am

Nightly 7:30 pm


Examining The Family, As God Designed It To Be

www.trentonchurchofchrist.com


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I live by this credo: Have a little laugh and look around you for happiness
instead of sadness. Laughter has always brought me out of unhappy imra-
tions. Even in your darkest moment, you usually can find something to laugh
about if you try hard enough.
Red Skelton
WE WELCOME YOU TO
UNION BAPTIST CHURCH mSBc)
S 6259 $.E. 75TH AVENUE NEWBERRY, FL 32669

U$NDAY SCHOOL ............................ 9:45 AM
MORNlI W ORt$ ..I... t1 AM
^EVEMlN0iGWOR6HIP ,........ .. .. 6 PM
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ADULT BIBLE STUDY, CHILDREN. & 'YOUTH ... 7 PM
PASTOR TRAVI$ MOODY ,
M MINISTER OF YOUTH: ROBBIE BEACH ,
CHURCH PHONE; 352-472-3845
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Pre-school/After school
Learning Certer
/ Ages 2-12
Q / NAEYC Accredited Pre-K
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Marriage applications in
Gilchrist County
William Lamar Shealy, 2/2/1975,
and Rebecca Jean Craft, 7/6/1978,
both of Williston.
Richard Charles Bates, Jr.,
9/11/1954, and Mary Ellen Kenyon,
5/4/1957, both of Fanning Springs.

Gilchrist Continuous'
Living Facility meeting,
on September 10
Theie ,v.ill be .i-Gilchnst Connnu-
ous Living Facility Meeting on Mon-
day, September 10,2007 at 1:30 p.m.
in Trenton City Hall at 114'N. Main
Street in the Commission Chambers.
z Mr. Ed Quill will be attending the
meeting to 'share some information
with the committee on developing
a time line and possible options for
funding or grants.
Remember 'to bring your list of
questions for Mr. Quill that you
would like answered in reference to
the project.
I mailed out a copy of the minutes
from the last meeting; if 1, ou did not
get your copy, please let me know
and I will mail or email you a copy.
If there are an\ questions. call Con-
nie at 463-4010.1 will also be making,
a call on the Frida\ before the meet-
ing Monday as a reminder.


Sodalis
Happy Birthday wishes to Jessica
Smith, April Brown, Otis Johnson,
Ira Sue Riner, and Roselle Bublitz on
September 6; Christopher Hatfield,
Carmen Blake, David Sutton, Mat-
thew Davis, Johnnie Cook, Wesley
Bullington, and Charles Baker on
September 7; Cindy Slaughter, David
White, and Tracy Whiten on Sep-
tember 8; Edward Bayer, Jr., Gidget
Davis, Marty Davis, Charlotte Blake,
and Adam Gaylord on September 9;
Darrell Smith, Johnnie Martin, Patti
Wilson, Anna Campbell, and Tammi
Hicks on September 10; James Hatch,
Susan Owens, Jordan Hastings, Hay-
ley Cpok, Alan Jenkins, Brandon
Story, Angela Parsons, and Brenda
Reeves on September 11; James Wo-
odard, Jesse Trumpp, Debbie Pruitt,
Cindy Watson, Brian Smith, Stepha-
nie Flores, Mario Flores, Norman
Czamiak, and Adam Randall Col-
son.
Happy Anniversary wishes to Mr.
and Mrs. Terry Owens on September
6; Doug and Renee Hart, and Rubert
and Sarah Nobles on September 8;
Kenny and Beth Long on September
9; Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Murnahan on
September 11.

Recorded Marriages in:
Gilchrist County
Joseph Terrell Smith, 6/16 1983,
and Christina Angela Noonan,
1 17 1978, both of Trenton, were
married on 8/25/2007 at the Union
Baptist Church of Newberry b) Bro.
Tra% is Moody.
Brtion Lee Fletcher, 9/5/1973, and
Julie May. Scank, 10/15/1969, both:
of Trenton, were. married 6n 8/31/07
in Trenton by Mrs. Cindy Chadwick;
notarN public


Lancaster Graduates from the
Corrections Academy


Lancaster CI would like to congratulate the following new officers on
their graduation from the corrections academy. Welcome to the Lan-
caster CI team. Back Row: Manuel Riley, Keith Prevatt, Benjamin
Crise, Keith Robinson, David Kirkland, Anthony Northup, David
Peaton, Fraiikli Hendricks, Kenneth Hazellief, Jeremy Dean. Front
Row: Stacy Rogers, Alexis Heridrix, Jennifer Reeves, Lisa A hc.Aliff'.
Patricia Thomas, Sendal Robinson.


New Life
Assembly of God .
9)5' L'.S-1 S Trentoni. F loida
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You can make a difference!
Ser% ices: .
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Pr e \\'or-hip KLdZL.rone I M :
E .'i:nu \u't.hip 6 pm t o
)A cdned' Night Service & Pastor:
"The Place" (Youth) 7 pm Don & Jerri Lunsford


Pine Grove Baptist Church
S16655 NW Cr. 339, _


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Trenton, FL.
Will be having their ,


Fall REVIVAL


Sunday, September 9th @ 10:30 a.m. & 6:00 p.m.


Monday, September 10th through


Wednesday, September 12th


@7p.mi


With Dr. Danny Lamer
leading the Services, t

This marks Dr. Lanier's tuienty-third year in vocational evangelism.
Along with serving as a full time evangelist Dr. Lanier has recorded
20 Southern Gospel albums the latest being "I'm Saved".
In these 20 albums he has released two songs nationally
with "Light of Home," making the charts in the
Southern Gospel Music Industry.

Everyone is invited
For more information call Church Office @ 352-463-2151
Share a Blessing, Bring a Friend!..


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GILCHRIST CouNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT


Family Planning
School Health Services
TB Testing
Laboratory Procedures
Healthy Start Services


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HIV Anonymous & Confidential Testing
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Well Child & Newborn Care ,
School & Sports Physicals
Chronic & Acute Care
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remaining in the first half. After a
booming kick by Mathis, the Bull-
dogs would take over on their 20-
yard line. Paul Clark would get the
ball movingfor the Bulldogs by com-
pleting a pass that would spot the ball
just inside Tiger terrority. Then, on a
spectacular play, Mitchell Bell would
dive fully extended and come down
with a truly amazing catch for the
first down. Apparently, Tiger person-
nel didn't agree with the official's de-
cision. The referee would tack on 15 i, r
extra yards for being unsportsman- ,
like. After that, a roughing the passer,
penalty would add even more yard-
age to Bell's offensive momentum.
Tommy Callahan would then catch a .. ..
pass for 7 yards. Jeremy Zimmerman
would pick up the first down, and
then Justin Fowler would find Paul
Clark in the comer of the end zone to 4'
make the score 13-6. With 2:26 left
in the half, Durell Henry seemed to
have run for a 60-yard touchdown. .
But, it was called back for an illegal
block in the back. The Tigers would Trenton ring back Brandon A I
slowly drive down the field. But, with
19.7 seconds lefti the half, Paul Clark for the tackle. Photo by Anna Wild
would come up with his second inter-
ception off of a deflection. The first
half would end with Trenton holding
onto a 13-6 edge.
The second half would lead off
with the Bulldogs getting the ball, and
Paul Clark would take the kickoff to
the 39-yard line on a nifty spin move.
But, a 7-yard completion to Tommy
Callahan would be all that the Bull-
dogs could do, and they punted. After
two penalties, and a fumbled snap, i i. I
Chris Wilkerson would dive onto a
loose ball with 8:31 left in the quar- -
ter. The Bulldog offense would start
out hot, with Lee Carlisle running the
ball down to the Tiger 10-yard line.
From there, Fowler would find Clark 4
for the 10-yard TD reception. The Ti- I
gers would drive past midfield before
Tommy Callahan broke up a deep
pass from Henry.. The Tigers would'
end up going for it on fourth down,
but they were stopped -for a loss. .::...
The Bulldogs took over on downs, .
but a penalty backed them up and This was the scene Fridai, night a
forced them to punt. Trenton would occurred on this play. Durell Henr
take over from' its own 45-yard line.
The Tiger offense would go to work by Anna Wild
from there, as Billy Owens picked up Aholding call backed up the Bulldogs
a first down on a nice run, bringing and they elected to punt it. On the
the ball to the Bulldog 30-yard line. punt return, Chase Beckham swerved.
The Tigers would score from there,., his way around the return team and
as Henry would hit a streaking Chase` ran .50 yards for a Tiger touchdown.
Beckham for a nice touchdown pass After the two-point conversion
and run. failed, the score was 25-13. The run
.The Tigers would kickoff to begin was nice, but the most',remarkable
the fourth quarter, and once again : thing about it ,%as that there wasn't
Brandon Mathis got. hs leg into it.. a penalty flag thrown on the play,
and dro"e the ball out of the end zone. Mathis kicked off, and the Bulldogs
The Bulldog offensive drive wouldd started their drive from the 20-yard
stall because, ofwhat else, penalties, line. Lee Carlisle would then gallop

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Trenton Lady Tigers take two

volleyball matches last week


By John M. Ayers
Trenton's Lady Tigers Volleyball
team improved their winning record
as they defeated
Hawthorne and La-
fayette County last
week.
The Lady Tigers
handled the Lady
Hornets in three
games defeating
them 25-4, 25-10
and 25-8 at home.
The Lady Tigers
team was led by
Casey Fischer with
4 aces, 1 assist,
20 service points and 3 kills. Alexis
Dixon had a great match as she con-
tributed 4 aces, 9. service points, 6
assists and 1 kill. Amanda Schwieter-
man provided 2 service points and 3
kills in the three game match. Aman-
da Harmer had a good match as she
added 3 kills.
The Lady Tigers traveled to Mayo
Thursday afternoon to take on a tough


Lady Hornets squad.
"Mayo always plays us tough
and this match was no different,"
explained Trenton
sCoach Steve Broker.
The Lady Tigers
were defeated in the
first two games of
the match, 26-29 and
15-25. Coach Broker
brought the Lady Ti-
gers together and they
aggressively, stepped
out to win the match
beginning in the third
game. The Lady Ti-
gers won game 3,
26-24, game 4, 25-22, and game 5,
15-13. The Lady Tigers outstand-
ing team effort was highlighted by
Danielle White's 9 blocks and 4 kills;
Alexis Dixon's 5 digs and 6 assists;
Amanda Harmer's 1 dig, 1 block and
4 kills; Amanda Schwieterman's 2
digs and 3 kills; and Casey Fischer',
3 digs, 6 kills and 1 ace.


Lady Bulldogs defeat Bronson


Bell's Lady Bulldogs played a
three-game match and defeated the
Lady Eagles of Bronson, 25-14, 25-
22 and 25-18. The Lady Bulldogs
team was led-by outstanding play
from Amy Ergle 9 assists, 8 kills, 4
digs and 2 aces; Shelby Stone: 9 kills,
6 digs, 2 blocks and 1 ace; Catie Ca-


son: 7 assists and 1 dig. The Lady
Bulldogs also had a tremendous ef-
fort from- team members: Holli
Moore: 6 kills, 2 digs, and 4 aces;
Sam Williams: 3 kills, 9 digs and 3
aces: Somer Maresca: 3 kills and 9
digs; Stephanie Wooten had 4 kills, 2
,digs, and 2 blocks.


Bell travels to KSA Classic


7s an official'- laundril was thrown to siinal that another penaltit had
ry gets past a Bulldog defender to pickup a first down on the play. Photo


for a crowd-pleasing 43-yard gain.
The Tiger defense held the Bulldogs
from there, and after a Fowler sack,
was forced to turn it over on downs.
Trenton would then "eat some clock"
as they churned their way down to the
3:37 mark despite a holding penalty.
They_. wouldd then punt, and Trenton
downed it inside the. 5-yard line. Bell


FAST I


couldn't complete a pass, and rather
than give the ball up inside their 20-
yard line' decided to punt. The snap
from the center was low causing the
punter, C.J Harris' knee to the grass'
at the 10-yard line. Durell Henry.
would take a knee to run out the rest
of the clock as Trenton held onto a.
25-13 win. '
-. Rivalry games are ali]vas fun to


The Bell Lady Bulldog Volleyball
team took part in a 20 team KSA Vol-'
leyball Classic last week in Orlando.
This tournament provides each par-
ticipating team with a $250 scholar-
ship plus an opportunity to win an es-
say contest with the winner receiving
a $5,000 scholarship. The team mem-
bers get to play at the Milk House that
\ watch, and this one was no excep-
tion. Field position and special teams
played a large role in the outcome of
the game. Chase Beckham scored
two touchdowns for the Tigers, and
Bell's Paul Clark added two of,, his
own to go along with two intercep-
tions for the Bulldogs.
Bell travels to Gainesville on Sep-
tember 7 to play Oak Hall Academy.
The kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m..
Trenton will travel to The Villi-
ages to play 2B, The Villiages High
School. This game is also scheduled
to kickoff at 7:30 p.m.


is located at Disney Wide World of.
Sports complex. The teams also get
to enjoy a fun-filled day at Universal;
Studios or Islands of Adventure for a
buffet lunch. The three-day compete -
tion ends with the girls being able to;
enjoy the theme parks.
The Lady Bulldogs were assigned
into the large school bracket that.
is made up of high schools that are
5A and 6XA size. The first. day the
Lady Bulldogs play ed three matches
against teams from Tarkington, TX,
Boca Raton, FL and Golden Valley,
CA. The Lady Bulldogs team played
very well but dropped the match in 3
games to each school.
The second day of the tourney the
Lady, bulldogs played Baldw in, .PA
and lost this match in 3 games. The
Lady Bulldogs played Ft. Edward,
NY and found their 'rhythm as the\
defeated their opponent in 3 games:
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Elementary School Menu
Monday, September 10
Breakfast: chicken biscuit, applesauce, choice of milk, assorted dry cere-
als, biscuit with jelly.
Lunch: hamburger on a bun or hot dog, lettuce/tomato/pickles cup, oven
cooked potatoes, chilled peaches, choice of milk.
Tuesday, September 11
Breakfast: ham/egg/cheese on English muffin, chilled apricots, choice of
milk, assorted dry cereals, English muffin and jelly.
Lunch: breaded fun fish or turkey wrap, cheese grits, cole slaw, baked
beans, cherry crisp, choice of milk.
Wednesday, September 12
Breakfast: French toast with syrup, fresh banana, choice of milk, assorted
dry cereals, wheat toast with jelly.
Lunch: breaded chicken patty on a bun or deli ham and cheese sandwich,
lettuce/tomato/pickle cup, tater tots, fresh grapes, choice of milk, oatmeal
cookie.
Thursday, September 13
Breakfast: breakfast pizza bagel, apple juice, choice of milk, assorted dry
cereals, 1 oz muffin.
Lunch: roasted pork/wheat roll or fruit, and yogurt plate, rice and gravy,
sweet young green peas, fresh baby carrots, chilled pineapple, choice of milk,
fruit flavored gelatin.
Friday, September 14
Breakfast: poptart and string cheese, orange juice, choice of milk, assorted
dry cereals, cheese toast.
Lunch: cheese pizza or Smucker's PB&J sandwich, fresh veggies/ranch
dressing, seasoned green beans, frozen fruit, choice of milk.


Trenton

Quarterback

Club News
Submitted
The Trenton Quarterback Club is
chartering a bus for the St. Augustine
Menendez game on September 14.
The bus is leaving the Trenton High
School gymnasium parking lot at 3
p.m. We will stop along the way to
eat dinner.
Anyone interested in riding needs
to call Bill Deen or Krishna Frye at
3'52-463-1313. It is important that
you reserve your seat in advance, as
we are expecting the bus to fill up
fast.
The cost is $20.00 per person.


Bell FFA

Alumni to

hold meeting
The Bell FFA Alumni wihold
its monthly meeting on Thursday,
Sept.13, 2007. The meeting will be-
gin at 7 p.m. at the Bell Ag Building.
A covered dish dinner will be
served. The drinks and paper goods
will be provided by the alumni.
The main topics for discussion will
be the election of officers and the fi-
nal plans for the shin-dig.
All parents, grandparents, past FFA
members, and any adults interested
in supporting the Bell Ag Program
are invited to attend.
Linda Brown, Reporter


Bell travels to LCCC celebrates its 60th anniversary during


KSA Classic
Continued from page 6
25-4, 25-12, and 25-12. The Lady
Bulldogs had outstanding play from:
Amy Ergle: 2 assists, 4 kills, 2 digs,
and 4 aces; Shelby Stone with 4
kills, 1 dig, 1 block and 9 aces; Holli
Moore with 1 assist, 3 kills, 1 dig, 1
block and 9 aces; and Samantha Wil-
liams with 1 assist, 4 kills, 2 digs and
1 ace.
The Lady Bulldogs really en-
joyed this tournament for the second
straight year. "It gives the team an
opportunity to iron out issues and
provides the team with a, level of
competition that we just don't get to
see," explained Coach Tiffany Liles.
This is also a great bonding: experi-
ence just to go and hang out together
she added. We would like to thank all
of the businessesthat purchased bone
ads to help the team pay for the trip.
The Lady Bulldogs will travel to
Mayo on Thursday to compete against
a tough Lafayette High School Lady,
Hornets team.
The Lady Bulldogs will host the
Lady Bulldogs Invitational begin-
ning on Friday.


2007-2008 academic year


By Chuck Hall, Ed.D., president of
Lake City Community College
Lake City Community College is
celebrating its 60th Anniversary in
the 2007-2008 academic year. While
we will be celebrating with activi-
ties and programs, a great Lyceum
Series, building dedication, remod-
eling projects, enhancements to the
academic programs, a movie series,
great sports programs, dorms and an
outstanding faculty and staff, we of-
fer you even more.
- Lake City Community College,
aware of the economic challenges and
budget reductions, makes this pledge
to you, our students and citizens of
the five-county district. We will:
-maintain student access 'as our
highest priority while managing the

Hey teachers!
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-make extra efforts to assure that
students' excluded from. university
enrollment can continue their educa-
tion without undue interruption.
In other words, Lake City Commu-
nity College will not restrict admis-
sion to the college. At a time when
universities are closing enrollments,
Lake City Community College will
continue to welcome those students
already enrolled at a university, as
well as those who are not accepted to
enroll at a university. We will also do
all we can to help those students keep
their programs continuing so they
can smoothly transfer back when the
universities open enrollment again.
Please remember that a ,student with


a Florida-community college associ-
ate degree is guaranteed admission to
a Florida university.
We pledge to,the above stated at
a time of budget restrictions and a
freeze on tuition and fees. We are
committed to students and helping
them to reach their personal and pro-
fessional goals.
So, if you are asked how things are
going at Lake City Community Col-'
lege, you can tell them that Lake City'
Community College is full of options
and opportunities, and we are still
welcomifig all students. That's -at
Lake City Community College, your
hometown college. I hope to see you
on campus this fall.
President Hall may be reached via
e-mail at hallc.'lactkecit\ cc edii or by
calling (386) 754-4200.,'


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Middle and High School Menu
Monday, September 10
Breakfast: chicken biscuit, applesauce, choice of milk, assorted dry cere-
als, biscuit with jelly.
Lunch: Choose One: baked ham and wheat yeast roll, pizza, chicken patty
sandwich, burrito with salsa. Choose Two: tossed salad, lettuce, tomato,
pickle cup, fresh veggie cup, scalloped potatoes, greens, strawberry cup,
fresh fruit, choice of milk. Sandwich and Combo Meal: chicken patty on a
bun, sandwich trimmings, oven fried potatoes, strawberry cup, fresh fruit, fla-
vored gelatin. Daily Theme Meal: burrito with salsa, tossed salad, fresh veg-
gie cup, strawberry cup, fresh fruit, flavored gelatin. Home-Cooked Meal:
baked ham, scalloped potatoes, mustard greens, wheat yeast roll, strawberry
cup, fresh fruit, flavored gelatin. Pizza Meal: Pizza, tossed salad, fresh veg-
gie cup, strawberry cup, fresh fruit, flavored gelatin.
Tuesday, September 11
Breakfast: ham/egg/cheese on English muffin, chilled apricots, choice of
milk, assorted dry cereals, English muffin and jelly.
Lunch: Choose One: meatloaf with rice and gravy, cornmeal roll, chicken
nuggets, pizza, tacos with salsa. Choose Two: tossed salad, peas and carrots,
applesauce and/or juice, fresh fruit, choice of milk. Sandwich and Combo
Nleal chicken nuggets, peas and carrots, tossed salad, cornmeal roll, apple-
sauce or juice, fresh fruit, flavored gelatin. Daily Theme Meal: Tacos, salsa,
cheese cup, lettuce and tomato cup, rice and beans, cinnamon applesauce,
fresh fruit, flavored gelatin. Home-Cooked Meal: meatloaf, rice and gravy,
cornmeal roll, peas and carrots. tossed salad, applesauce/or juice, fresh fruit.
Pizza Meal: pizza,, tossed salad, applesauce or juice, fresh fruit, flavored
gelatin.
Wednesday, September 12
Breakfast: French toast with syrup, fresh banana, choice of milk, assorted
dry cereals; wheat toast with jelly.
Lunch: Choose One: Bar-B-Q chicken, hamburger, cheeseburger, pizza.
Choose Two: tossed salad, sandwich trimmings, oven-cooked potatoes,
baked beans, corn on the cob, mixed fruit and/or juice, fresh fruit, choice of
milk. Sandwich and Combo Meal: Cheeseburger, oven-cooked potatoes,
lettuce, tomato, pickle cup, mixed fruit and/or juice, fresh fruit, flavored gela-
tin. Daily Theme Meal: hamburger, oven-cooked potatoes, lettuce, tomato,
pickle cup, mixed fruit and/or juice, fresh fruit, flavored gelatin. Home-
Cooked Meal: Bar-B-Q chicken, corn on the cob, baked beans, garlic roll,
mixed fruit, fresh fruit, flavored gelatin. Pizza Menu: pizza, tossed salad,
mixed fruit and/or juice, fresh fruit, flavored gelatin.
Thursday, September 13
Breakfast: Breakfast pizza bagel, apple juice, choice of milk, assorted dry
cereals, 1 oz. muffin.
Lunch: Choose One: Chickena tenders basket, pizza, roast pork, chicken
parmesan, roll. Choose Two. tossed salad, caesar salad. hippeded potatoes
with gravy, potato salad, green beans, pears and/or juice, fresh fruit, choice of
milk. Sandwich and Combo Meal: chicken tenders, yeast roll, potato, salad,
caesar salad, pears, fresh fruit, flavored gelatin.. Daily Theme Meal: Chitken
Parmesan. pasta, meatless sauce. caesar salnd. green beans, yeast roll, pears,
fresh fruit. lia hired gelatin. Home-Cooked Meal: roast pork, whipped po-
tatoes. Srai\ %. tos-ed salad. green beans, yeast roll, pears, fresh fruit, flavored
gelatin. Pizza Meal: Pizza. tossed salad, green beans, pears and/or juice,
fresh fruit, fl1a ored gelatin ,
Friday, September 14
Breakfast: Poptar and Lri ng cheese, orange juice, choice of mill., assorted
dry cereals, cheese toast.
Lunch: Choose One: pepperoni. sausage, or cheese pizza, hot dog,
Smucker's uncrustable PB&J. Choose Two: tossed salad, fresh veggies cup,
cole slaw, sandwich trimmings, California-blend vegetables, fruit, fresh fruit,
choice of milk. Sandwich and Combo Meal- hot dog, peanut butter and
jelly, fresh veggie cup, pole slaw, fruit, fresh fruit, flavored gelatin. Daily
Theme Meal: Nardone Bros's'pizza, tossed salad, California-blend' veg-
etables, fruit, fresh fruit, flavored gelatin. Home-Cooked Meal- Nardonie
Bros's pizza, tossed salad. Califomia-blend vegetables. fruit. fresh fruit. fla-
%ored gelatin. Pizza Meal: Nardone Bros's Pizza. tossed salad, Califomia-
blend vegetables. fruit and/or juice, fresh fruit, flavored gelatin.


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"Stay at Home Missions"
Rachel Jones, Bethany Thomas, Martika Perry, and Tiffany
Conover.


In July, Ayers Heallth and Reha-
bilitation Center was blessed with
young adults from several of our
area churches. It's always a treat
to have young people and our ag-
ing .adults visit with each other.
Our residents love to interact with
youth. They were all able to play.
games, do crafts; singing for the
residents was a special treat and
helping with sewing projects.


A group of the girls made "busy
aprons," special aprons for our
orange neighborhood residents.
It's always a joy to have the "Stay
at Home Missions" visit us in
the summertime, helping with
activities, and visiting with our
residents. We would like to thank
all the churches involved in this
worthwhile program. The week
was a great success!


Saltwater Fishing Tournament For March
of Dimes to be held on October 13th
in Cedar Key


There will be a Saltwater Fishing
Tournament on Saturday, October
13, 2007 in Cedar Key to benefit the
March of Dimes.
The employees of Gainesville
Regional Utilities and the City of
-Gainesville invite you to join us
in raising money to help March of
Dimes in their fight to prevent birth
defects and to insure that all expect-
ant parents are blessed with healthy
babies. Please join us for our sixth


anniual Healthy Babies Fishing Tour-
nament. And you may go home with
cash and awards while helping us
support the work of the March 'of
Dimes. Come out and join us for a
fun day in the sun and on the water
while we raise money for this very
worthwhile cause.
.For more information call Eric
Chapman at 334-3400 ext. 1082 ,or
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Tyler Banks Smith

Tyler Banks Smith
earns 4-year college
scholarship from
the US Army
2001 Bell High School graduate
Tyler Banks Smith earned a full 4-
year college scholarship from the
United States Army to attend Florida
Institute of Technology in Melbourne,
Florida. He begins classes this fall
semester and will major in Environ-
mental Business Management. Sgt.
Tyler Smith has served in Korea, Iraq,
and Germany and has earned several
commendations and awards..
While serving in Iraq he was se-
lected as the Task Force Adler NCO
of the quarter for the 4th quarter of
2006; this award came after compet-
ing with all other NCOs in a 2300
man Task Force. As one of the con-
voy security team leaders Tyler com-
manded a 50 caliber gun truck that
successfully completed over 100
ground assault conveys without any
in iu \ or incident.
With a 4-year degree from Flor-
ida Tech and their ROTC program,
Tyler will re-enter active duty as a
commissioned officer with a rank of
2nd Lieutenant. Tyler's family and
friends are very proud of him and his
service to our country. Check him
out on myspace, he's smitty3213.

Levy Genealogy and
History Society to
meet on Sunday,


September 9
The Levy County Genealogy and
History Society will meet on Sunday,
September 9, at 2 p.m. at the Levy
County Quilt Museum.
The program for that meeting will
be called "Genealogy Research Re-
fresher." It'will provide information
for tho-e who have. been at this for
a long time, hopefully remind expe-
rienced people of things theN should
have done, but didn't, or haven't got-
ten around to yet, or perhaps simply
forgot while hopefully it will give
some new ideas to try. At the same
time information will be there for
the beginning genealogist to use as
they begin their trek into their fam-
ily history. Dix Stephens, longtime
member of, the Levy group, will be
the speaker. Many helpful handouts
will be available.
Everyone, interested in learning
how to gather their family history is
invited to attend. For more intfonna-
tion, please call 493-4849.


Rebecca Cumbie
to be inducted into
LCCC's Xi Phi
Chapter of the Phi
Theta Kappa
Rebecca Caitlyn Cumbie will be in-
ducted into the Xi Phi Chapter of Phi
Theta Kappa at Lake City Commu-
nity College on October 24, 2007.
Cumbie, 'from Bell, majoring in
Criminal Justice, is the daughter of
Rodney and Sherry Cumbie of Bell.
Established in 1918 by two-year.
college presidents, Phi Theta Kappa
is the oldest and most prestigious
honor society serving two-year col-
leges around the world. The Society
serves to recognize and encourage
the academic achievement of two-
year college students and provide
opportunities- for individual growth
and development through honors,
leadership and service programming.'
Students must rank in the top 2 i' of
the class to be invited to membership
in Phi Theta Kappa and must main-
tain high academic standing during
their enrollment in the two-year col-
lege. Phi Theta. Kappa is the largest
honor society in American higher
education with more than 1.7 million
members and 1,100 chapters located
in 50 United States, United States
territories, Canada, and Germany. In
1929, the American Association of
Community Colleges recognized Phi
Theta Kappa as the official honor so-
ciety for two-year colleges. The So-
ciety holds membership in the pres-
tigious Association of College Honor,
Societies as the general scholarship
honor society representing two-year
colleges.


Florida Crackers
September Activities
The Florida Crackers Chapter of
the. Florida Trail Association invites
nature lovers of all ages and fitness
levels to join in our September ac-
tivities. Visit our website at www.
floridatrail.org to learn more about
the Florida Trail, the Florida Trail
Association and hiking opportunities
in Florida.On Saturday, \September
15, Elizabeth Van Mierop %\ill lead a
paddle trip on the Silver River begin-
ning at 8:30 a.m. from Ray's Wayside
to Silver Springs and back. Bring life
vest, lunch, snacks, water, rain gear,
etc. Public welcome, but advanced
registration is required.. Contact
leader Elizabeth Van Mierop (352-
378-4207 elizavan@aol.com) for
more information and to sign up.
Our munthlh chapter meeting ill
bq.ak,7 p.m opn September 2Qt the
Doyle Connor Building, 1911 SW
-34thfl St in Gaine. ilck Fo ri mof
information contact chapter chair-
man David Costakis (352-373-0028
costakis@cox.net).

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whether you love your neighbor;
act as if you did. As soon as we do,
this we find one of the great secrets.
'When you are behaving as if you
loved., someone, you will presently
come to love him.
C.S. Lewis


by Geneva Cornwell
August 28th arrived sassy, sunny,
and i tfl i n g: however, along about
5:40 p.m. a cloud burst broke over the
City of Trenton and let down much
needed rain. Thankfully,, the inclem-
ent weather did not deter attendees
from coming to the Community Cen-
ter for the 5th annual "Community
Character Forum."
'Amid purple and white surround-
ings a light supper, was enjoyed by
all. Followed by the serving of a
delightful array of oral samplings of
talks given, highlighting the activities,
of the International Association of
Character Cities, the Character Coun-
cil of Florida and character education
in the JROTC and FFA programs of
Bell High School. Those giving talks,
were Mr. Doug Murr, from Jackson-
ville, an IACC Associate Consultant;
1st Sgt. Jon Meinholz; JROTC Ca-'
dets Kevin Gallion, Sarah Money,
and Rahma Mkuu. Following the
Cadets were Mr. Bill Martin (FFA"
instructor) and ke\ note speaker. Mrs
Rose Mary Fagler, Community Rela-
tions Manager for Prog'ess Energy.


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Rev. Clinton Burke, pastor of Ebene-
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words of exhortation to the group.
Ms. Mary Dunn, Council President,
served as M.C., while Council Vice-
President Mitchell Gentry, was mod-
erator for the "Q and A" session. The
meal was provided by Ameris Bank
and Council web master, Stacey
Brown.
The focus for the evening was
how character education is affecting
our south Cadet speech titles were,
on dependability, responsibility, and
generosity. Each Cadet presented
what the particular quality means
.to them, while sighting examples of
personal experiences, as well. After
'all three Cadets completed their talks,
the adult audience gave them a stand-
ing ovation.
The Forum gave each attendee in-
spiration and encouragement in the
realization of how precious and short
our time is in learning and teaching
the essence of true moral Character
blended with the understandine that
positive character determines suc-
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SMarch 18, 1976, pictured here are members of the Gilchrist County Farm Bureau and dignitaries
who attended a legislative awareness dinner in Lake Butler. Seated left to right: Helen Roberts, Ruby
SLee Wilson, Joyce Townsend, Mary Kay Colson, and Margie Mikell Standing, left to right: Sena -
SHoltsclaw, Clyde Townsend, Frank Colson, William Roberts, and David Mikell.

Chamber Corner from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm ed From the
Beyer's Auto Salvage will be hay- ae following the mxr from 6V30the

Show and -Swap meet on Saturday, y to stayefor a fRE a iREA tED B ell i oraf t
September 8, 2007 starting 'at 10:00, senilnar, E YO PR EPARD?" Bell Library
am Location: 6860 SE State Roadt presented by guest speaker, Megan The volunteers led by their presi-
47 aTrenton. Vendors wanted open Quinn, a registered representative of dent, Mrs. Iris Robberts, have an-
to 1972 and older vehicles, $5.00 Ve- Invest Financial Corp. Learn how bounced the date for the Open House
hie entr fee, $10.00Swap meet en much insurance you need, the many and an anniversary celebration on
try fee. Public admission is Free. For uses for insurance and much, much November 2, 2007. This is the date
further information call Dan Beyer at mA r re.lt law that Bell Library originally opened
(352) 463-2002C. Aer Healthl &b Rehi t habeon eleven years ago. As some of you
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Trenton Medical Center will be Center wll he hosting af Chambe
hosting a "HARVEST OF GOOD Mixer on Tuesa y November 13, my the spey cfrBewac nie provded
HEALTH DAY"; there will be health 2007 from 5:00pm a 630 pm, as al- office of their l naor.
screenings, as well as safety & well- a .0 Bgu es the employees A few years later a new U.S. Post



ness information, available from at.Ayers Health & Rehab Center are Office was builtinBel and the library
participating vendors and providers planning a fun evening for everyone, noved next door into that space. This
focusing on the entire family. There If you would like to promote your e Tow of Bell put a new roof
will be fun, games, healthy snacks, p e of business and meet other er the o Bl No
music and lots of freebies for ev- Chamber members by having a y i ti th a
eryone, so mark your calendar and Chamber Mixer plese contactM new children's department and three
plan to attend, Saturday, September green at th e Chamber office (352)463- m ures on-line. ntare
22, 2007 from 10 am to 2 pm at the 347 or (352) 463-4047. If you are Hope to see you when we hold the
Trenton Medical Center complex on a new business or an individual and Ope to se t celehebration or any
S. Main Street, Trenton. F would ix ke moree Tu foma t o n h Hoe on elbati foran
Reminders To all of our Chans ber to bcome a member of the Chamber wtei you e t tao he oiut boe o




members this year's Dowt Home of Commerce give us a call at (352) anor ter wo l e puson. g
Days Arts & Crafts Festival is Not 463-3467. ae For O c a su I wtll recommend d o best

Chamber will not be asking any of from 200 PM7:00 PM. hai ars a four teenagers at sumn
our members for donations or spon- trait for th e x moooSt : eo the m a er c d forest oneth
rhips to rd thyear's event. e -dfinition- Accept a night d never ame back. You wille
Ca l C Bank willbe hostin a dicult ae i out a inig a dead find this book on theer large print book
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row-Tonya Burnett, Carolyn Buggs and Nateshia Chapman. Middle row-Lane Garrett, Christine Grif-
fin, Hannah Garnett, Patricia Shealy and Sarah Callwin,. Back row-Fallon Graham, Danielle Burumtt,
Christina McDaniel, Amanda Raleigh and Tina Fernandez.


Wednesday, evening, August 15,
fifteen students graduated from Cen-
tral Florida Community College's
Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
program. The CNA program consists
of 80 hours of classroom and lab
training as well as 40 hours of clini-
cal experience in a local health care
facility. The students attended Ayres
Health and Rehabilitation Center in
Trenton for their clinical experience
The graduates received diplomas
for Certified Nursing Assistant as
well as CPR certification. The class
prepares students to work in the
health care field as nursing assistants
and to take and pass the Florida Cer-
tified Nursing Assistant exam.


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Graduating were Patricia Shealy,
Amarida Raleigh, Patricia Overstreet,
Willie Mingo, Christina McDaniel,
Lane Garrett, Christine Griffin, Fal-
lon Graham, Hannah Garnett, Tina
Fernandez, Nateshia Chapman, Sarah
Calloway, Tonya Burnett, Danielle
Burnett and Carolyn Buggs. Receiv-:
ing recognition for perfect attendance
were Carolyn Buggs, Sarah Calloway
and Hannah Garnett.
All clisses'e\xcept clinical training.
are held in Chiefland at the CFCC
Levy Center. The next CNA class will
be an, evening class beginning Octo-
ber 22nd. Because the class size is
limited, early registration is encour-
aged. Any student who would like


booked before, join us for a fun day
learning all, about getting organized
and completing quick, easy beautiful,
.illbums. Tools will be available for.
you to use and a beginner's class for
anyone who needs help getting start-
ed. There's no need to bring anything
but your photos! Call to register for
both you and a friend 386-935-3487
or 386-935-5363. You'll, get a special
gift for bringing a friend!
To participate in the hands-on ac-
tivity, bring 3-5 photos of the same
event or person. You will go home
.ith a completed ShorStorn Card.


to enroll in the October class should
do so soon. A high school diploma
or GED is not required. Please call
CFCC at 493-9533 for enquiries.
In addition to the Certified Nurs-
ing Assistant course, the CFCC Levy
County Center in Chiefland offers a
wide variety of other courses. The
range .of courses include: college
credit, adult education (GED), con-
tinuing education (non-credit), and
adult high school. Call the Levy
Colinty Center at 493-9533 or just
drop by for more information. The
CFCC Levy County Center is located
in the Providence Mall just down
from Save-A- Lot.


Call today to register: 386-935-3487
or 386-935-5363.
Thank you,
Kathy Stark
386-935-3487'
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Onnie Mae Fowler showing her latest completed quilt.


Springhouse Quilter's Guild was
organized in 1992 by a small group
of wonderful quilters. One of these
great quilters is Onnie Mae Fowler.
She has continued to be a member of
this quilt group and over the years has
made many wonderful quilts, one of.
most any kind and pattern that might
be thought up. She has had enough of
her own work to hold her own private
quilt show at her home in Chiefland.
Ms. Onnie, as most call her, is
shown in the picture above with one
of her latest completed quilt projects.
She showed'this completed quilt dur-
ing the monthly Springhouse meeting
on August 14. Ms. Onnie pieced the
quilt but was unable to get it quilted
because of some recent eye prob-
lems. Two of the Springhouse guild
members came to her rescue and
helped her get the quilt quilted and
finished out. Ms. Onnie is very proud


Introduction to Ebay
Workshop
Join us Tuesday, September 18th,
at 1:00 pm., at the Gilchrist County
Public Library for a FREE Introduc-
tion to Ebay workshop. You must
have a working email address which
can be accessed during the work-
shop .
Space is limited. You must sign up
at the library or call (352) 463-3176.
Space is limited. You must sign
up at the Librarn or call (352) 463-
3176
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of her work and has and continues
to do some very beautiful quilting.
Quilt members are great friends and
always will help a member when a
need arises.
The August workshop was a nine-
patch technique taught by Anna Gil-
liam. Approximately 14 quilt ladies
attended the workshop and made the
quick-to-make, nine-patch pattern.
Tuesday continue to be a busy day
for Springhouse quilters as they con-
tinue to make items for the October
quilt show. These items will be avail-
able to the public in the gift shop.The
gift shop items will make wonderfulu l
gifts for,a special person.'
For more information and meeting
dates and times, contact Mary Raw-
lins 490-7401, or Lois Scott, 463-
2207.
Lois Scott
publicity


Free guidance on
preparing for,
pregnancy available
from March Of Dimes
~'Are You Ready?' Brochure Of-
fers Useful Info on Physical, Emo-
tional and Financial Costs of Hav-
ing a Baby-
Are you ready? That's the question
asked by a free new booklet from the
March of Dimes, that helps women,
and their partners plan foi pregnancy
and the many lifestyle changes that a


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baby can bring.
"Being a parent is a full-time job,",
says Janis. Biermann, senior vice
president,, Education and Health
Promotion, for the March of Dimes.
"Before you get pregnant, it's impor-
tant to think about the emotional and
lifestyles issues you'll face as a par-
ent. Our booklet 'Are You Ready?'
provides information to help future
mothers make decisions.."
The 37-page "Are You Ready"
booklet, which can be ordered free
online at www.marchofdimes.com/
areyouready, answers questions re-
lated to the physical, emotional and
financial needs of moms-to-be. The
material includes facts on the impor-
tafice'oftakiing folic 'acid 'daily, eating!
a healthy diet, choosing a: health care;
provider, and preparing a reasonable
budget. There is also information on
the important role fathers play dur-
ing pregnancy. "Are You Ready?"
is made possible through a generous
grant from FIRST RESPONSE, a
proud March of Dimes sponsor.
The March of Dimes is a national
voluntary health agency whose mis-
slon is tO inpro\e the health of ba-
bies b, presenting birth defects and
inf.int imolitaht,. Founded in 13.
the MaNch of Dimnes funds progirms
of research, community >er\ ices. ed-
ucatilon. and adocacy to sa:.e babies
and in 2t03 launched a campaign 10
address the increasing rate of pie-
inatire hinh. For more infonrnation,
iisit the Nlaich of Dunes vWeb site
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Web site at nacersano.org.


LCCC Board of
Trustees Meets
September 11
The Lake Cit\ Conmunit Col-
lege i LCCC) District Boaid of Trust-
ees \ ill meet at 4 p.m.. Tuesday. Sep-


tember 11 at the Dixie County High
School Library.
The District Board of Trustees is
appointed by the governor and the
trustees' term is for a four-year pe-
riod. Anyone in the college's district
may send a nomination to the gover-
nor for trustee appointments.
LCCC is a two-year. community
college locally governed and pub-
licly supported. The college serves
a five-county district that includes
Baker, Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist,
and Union counties. LCCC is accred-
ited by the Commission on Colleges
of the Southern Association of Col-
leges and Schools to award the asso-
ciate degree: -
"d onmplete agenda will be a ail-
able prior to the meeting'. Fbor more
information contact the public in-
formation office at (386) 754-4248.
This meeting is open to the public.


Focus on the Future...
Homemakers: Develop self-suf-
ficiency and confidence, learn job
search and interxiex% skill,. create a
master application and resume, and
gain basie computer skills. Finding
supportive friends is a plus. Special
topic %workshops are also offered co% -
ering health. legal, and employer is-
suties
Free classes and \workshops are of-
fered montihh The next classes start
September 10. 2007. Registration
deadline is September 7.
If \ou are 35 \ears or older and
have lost financial support, our pro-
gram can help .ou make the transi-
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at Santa Fe Conununit College at
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Levy County Horse Club Officers are: Dave Wilson, President;
Leonora Hale, Treasurer; Bonnie Wilson, Secretary; and Randy
Beasley, Vice President.
submitted by Dave Wilson horse.com/lcht or email levy2@
The Levy County Horse Club flahorse.com.
members elected the club officers The horse club holds one fund-
for the 2007-2008 term. The pres- raiser each year during the month
ent officers went unopposed and of October. Our 7th annual Breast
will continue in their positions for Cancer Awareness Trailride, to
- the new term. The officers are: benefit local breast cancer patients,
President, Dave Wilson; Vice Pres- will be at the Tidewater Trailhead
ident, Randy. Beasley; Treasurer, in Goethe Forest located at the =
Leonora Hale; Secretary, Bonnie south end of CR 337. The date
Wilson. is Saturday, October 20, 2007. A
The Levy County Horse Club is a poker run will be in the morning
trail riding club that has scheduled with fun raffles during the lunch E
trail rides twice a month. All rid- break. Breakfast and lunch will be -
ers go at their own pace and decide available for a donation. Overnight
which distance trail they choose. camping for those who' would like
We do have some overnight cam- to come in on Friday or stay over
pouts scheduled through the year. til Sunday is available. Trail use
We're family oriented and anyone and camp fees are waived for this
interested is welcome to join. We benefit event. Water for horses and
meet the second Thursday of each bathroom facilities will be avail-
-,month at the Bell's Family Res- -able.
taurant in Chiefland at 7:30 p.m. Come join us for a great time to
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Log Cabin Quilters met Thursday,
August 30 at the Levy County Quilt
Museum. What a wonderful day we
had celebrating Goldie's 93rd birth-
day. Ann, Cleo, and Pat, three of her
four daughters, were here to be with
their mother and now we look for-
ward to another year or many more
for her to be with us. She is a won-
derful quilt member, a great mother
and grandmother, and also great-
great grandmother to all of her fami-
ly. She started quilting '\ hlen she was
a small girl back in Virginia. She was
the wife to a Methodist minister, had
four girls and quilted all these years.
She is a lady that many of us wish
we could have had for a mother: We
pray she stays well and each week we
can see her come in with a wonderful
smile for everyone.
Eleanora Orlando has started the
Dixieland Quilters in Dixie County


and she brought her members over
on Tuesday. Most had never been
to the museum and what a great time
we had. Eleanora has been teaching
quilting for several years and now
she has her club that she can be proud
of.
Greg and six boys were out Tues-
day and as there is always so much
to do here, they get so much done.
We also welcomed Sargeant Loy
who came by to visit. Don't forget
the Law appreciation night Septem-
ber, 11 at the Tommy Usher Center.
It will be a great night to show how
much we need all the firemen, am-
bulance drivers, sheriff, city police,
highway patrol, Lancaster,. Forest
people and more.
Lunch was great with too many
desserts but all so good.
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they were. Very often we have ladies come in and show us their quilts.
Today quilting has become the thing to do and it just makes us feel
great. When we started October 7, 1983, there was one club that we
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6,2007


C,,TI.CMR TST COUNTY JOI JRNAL


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THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 6.2007 GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL Page Eleven


Mr. James Joseph
Fletcher
Mr. James Joseph Fletcher, of Old
Town, passed away Saturday, Sep-
tember 1, 2007 at the VA Medical
Center in Gainesville. He was 59
years of age. Mr. Fletcher was born
in Cedar Key and lived in this area
for the majority of his life. He retired
from the Coast Guard after 23 years
of service.
He is survived by his sons, Brit-
ton Lee Fletcher of Trenton, William
Earl Fletcher of Newberry, and Jason
Lee Fletcher of Wisconsin; sisters,
Cathy Branch of Cross City, Kay
Bass of Cross City, Edna Sullivan of
Old Town, Marcelle Myers of Cross
City, Eloise Carter of Cross City and
7 grandchildren.
A family memorial service will be
held at a later date. Arrangements
have been placed under the care of
the Rick Gooding Funeral Home in
Cross City at 352-498-5400.


Mrs. Pauline Edith Peavy

Mrs. Pauline Edith Peavy
Mrs. Pauline Edith Peavy of Old
Town passed away Sunday, Sep-
tember 2, 2007 at Cross City Rehab
where she has been a resident for the
past 3 1/2 years. She was 86. Mrs.
Peavy was born in Spartanberg Coun-
ty, South Carolina. She moved to Old
Town from Halledale, FL in 1982.
She was a member of McCrabb Bap-
tist Church. Mrs. Peavy was a seam-
stress and was known for her home
cooking, baking and charity work at


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the Medic Ayers Nursing Home.
She is survived by her husband,
Sam Peavy of Old Town; daugh-
ters, Penny Hunter of Old Town,
Pat Peyton of Deerfield Beach and
Sandra Peavy of Old Town; sons,
Richard Foster (Joyce) of Moultrie,
GA, Wayne Foster (Bettie) of St.
Cloud, Johnny Foster (Martha) of
Old Town, and Robin Foster (Dawn)
of Old Town; sisters, Mary Pritchard,
Dot Putnam and Wynona Arms, all
of South Carolina; 17 grandchildren
and 35 great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held at
a later date. Arrangements have been
placed under the care of the Rick
Gooding Funeral Home, 352-498-
5400.


Theo W. Rucker
Theo W. Rucker passed away on
August 30, 2007 at Ayers Health &
Rehabilitation, Center. She was 79
years old. Theo was born in Levy
County and was a lifelong resident of
the area. She was a homemaker and
member of the Church of Christ.
Theo is preceded in death by her"
husband, Bobby Harold Rucker, Sr.;
her son, Charley Wayne Rucker; and
her daughter, Sharon E. Rucker.
She is survived by 4 daughters:
Betty Vames of Cross City, Linda
Douglas of High Springs, Donna
Gail Caceres of Ponte Vedra Beach,
and Jennifer Harvard of Old Town;
two sons, Bobby Harold Rucker, Jr.
and Benji Rucker, both of Old Town;
two sisters, Margaret McDavid of
Bronson and Joy Bennett of Trenton;
21 grandchildren, 23 great-grand-
children, and 11 great-great-grand-
children.
A Graveside Service was held on
Sunday, September 2, 2007- at 2:30
p.m. at Bethel Baptist Church Cem-
etery with Mr. Danny Roberts con-
ducting the service. Visitation was on
Saturday, September 1,2007 at Wat-
'son Funeral Home.
Arrangements were under the care
of Watson Funeral Home in Trenton.


Gilchrist County
Land Transactions
Tree Corporation of America Inc
f/k/a Tree Corporation of America to
Brenda Dwelley and Ronald Dwell-
ey, corporate warranty deed, $10.00.
Chamberlain QI 11-EAT 11-05,
LLC to Donald R. Green and Blaine
L. Green, warranty deed, $10.00.
.Veronica C. Allen to Veronica C.
Allen and Courtney A; McKenzie,
quit claim deed, $10.00, Lot 9 Block
10 Suwannee River Estates.
Joy L. Calvert to Frank ,M. Robb,
Jr. aind. Donna M., Robb, warranty.
deed. $42,500.00, Lot 4 Block 5
Spring Ridge Unit 3.
Anihonm Zasciurinkskas, Anthony
Zasciurinkskas Trustee of the Re-
vocable Inter Vivos Anthony Zasci-
urinkskas Trust, and Patricia Zasci-
urinkskas to Albert Benarroch and
Glad \ ette Benarroch, general war-
rant\ deed, 20 Appaloosa Trails.
Ambrosia Investments ,Inc. to.
Larr, W. Baker, warranty deed,
$125.000.00, Lots 5 and 6 Rambling
Ram bo Estates.
Cole and Sharp Development, LLC
to Jason Cole, warranty deed, $10.00,
Lot 37 Block B Andrews Coleman.
NM. E. McDougal, Inc. and Michael
Fo.'. ler to M. E. McDougal to M.
E. NMcDougal, Inc., warranty deed,
$10.00
A. D. Andrews to Randall Bland.
arranty deed, $50,000.60.
Gilchnst County to SoutliernFor-
est Grove, LLC, tax deed, $4,500.00.
Wilhlam Marsh Rice University to
Canoll NM. Mixon, mineral right and
ro\alt) transfer deed. $2,500.00.
Lois S. Cosgrove to Lois S. Cos-'
gioe and Michael M. Cosgrove,
warranty deed, $10.00, Lot 4 Unit 5


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Edith C. Jones to Cynthia Michelle
Jones Keen and Lawrence C. Keen,
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Edith C. Jones to Addie Come-
lia Jones Wiggins, warranty deed,
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Donna F. Rain a/k/a Donna F.
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na F. Rain a/k/a Donna F. Heming-
way, general warranty deed, $10.00,
Lots 1,2, and 3, Block B, Wannee on
the Suwannee.
Edith D. Crown and David E.
Crown to David E. Crown and Edith
D. Crown, quit claim deed, $10.00.
Joseph .E. Beck to Charles A.
Shanks and Clady K. Shanks, war-
ranty, deed, $81,705.00, Lot. 20 of
Honey Bee Farms.
Dennis Voyles and Karen Voyles
to William Ted Wilson, Jr. and Mi-
chelle Lee Wilson, Jr., warranty deed,
$7,500.00, Lot 22 Suwannee River
Springs 3.
Anita P. Bryant Trustee and Anita
P. Bryant Trust to Chari B. Martin,
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North Florida
Livestock Report
Receipts at the North Florida Live-
stock Market in Ellisville on Thurs-
day, August 29,2007, Were: this week
913, last week 589 and last year 553.
Slaughter cows and bulls stead).
Feeder steers and heifers steady.
Feeder and replacement cows steady.
15 percent slaughter cows, 2 percent
slaughter bulls, 50 percent feeder
steers, 30 percent feeder heifers and
3 percent" feeder and replacement
cows.
Slaughter Cows Breaker 75-80
percent: 1215-1545 (1371) 48.00-
56.00 (52.87).
Slaughter.Cows Boner 80-85 per-
cent: 930-1195 (1093) 46.00-54.50
(49.62).
Slaughter Bulls Y.G. 1:1345-1475
(1402) 58.00-65.50 (62.55); 1810-
2015 (1887) 63.00-67.50 (65.17).
Feeder Steers and Bulls Medi-
um and Large 1-2:' 155-190 (172)
250.00-300.00 : (269:04); 215-230
(225) 150.00-175.00 (160.97); 260-
285 (274) 136.00-150.00 (143.60);
315-345 (323) 130.00-155.00
(141.21); 350-370, (361) 118.00-
126.00 )(121.90); 410-445 (428)
117.00-122.00 (119.84); 455-485
(465) 104.00-114.00 (106.37); 515-
545 (535) 102.00-106.00 (103.28).
Feeder Steers and Bulls Medi-
um and Large 2-3: 230-240 (233)
130.00-145.00 (135.14); '260-295
(292) 110.00-125.00 (111.99); 310-
345 (340) 110.00-124.00 (111.82);
355-390 (375) 105.00 115.00
(111.56); 410-445 (437) 101.00-
106.00 (104.75);- 465-485. (473)
100.00-104.00 (101.97); 510-540
.(514) 97.00-102.50 (101.34); 550-
595 (578) 89.00-100.00 (91.53).
Feeder Heifers Medium and Large
1-2: 260-285 (272) 116.00- 120.00
(117.91); 310-345. (329) 108.50-
112.00 (109.22); 355-385 (373)
101.00-110.00 (104.54); 400-430
(425) 103.00-105.00 (103.48); 455-
495 (482) 95.00-98.00 (96.67); 560-
585 (568) 95.00-98.00 196.031.3
Feeder Heifers Medium and Large
2-3: 265-280 (275) 106.00-112.00
(110.07); 310-345 (326) 100.00-
105.00 '(102.78); 355-380 (362)
101.00-103.00 (102.01); 405-455
(431) 95.00-101.00 (97.16).
Bred Cows Medium and Large 1-
2 Middle-Aged: 890-1195 (1022)
59.00-88.00 (71.32) 4-6 months
Bred.


Alachua Medicaid
provider arrested after.-
$4,400 theft from,
Medicaid Program
Attorney General Bill McCol-
lum today announced the arrest of
an Alachua County man accused of
billing the Florida Medicaid pro-
gram for services he never provided.
Terence Pollard was under contract
with the Medicaid program to help
recipients locate and secure various
forms of employment, but submit-
ted more than $4,400 of fraudulent
claims to the Medicaid program. He
was arrested by authonties with the
Attorney General's Medicaid' Fraud
Control Unit and the Alachua County
Sheriff's Office.
Pollard, 44, owned and operated
Total Motivational Services, a com-
pany that operated under the Med-
icaid Waiver program and claimed
to provide supported employment
services, which are defined as efforts
made to assist the beneficiary with
acquiring and retaining paid employ-
ment. An investigation conducted by
the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit re-


vealed that Pollard repeatedly billed
the Medicaid program for services
he never provided to Medicaid re-
cipients over an extended period of
time. As part of the investigation,
the company's Medicaid claims and
other records were subpoenaed and
reviewed and authorities determined
that Pollard submitted at least 14 sep-
arate claims on behalf of one Medic-
aid recipient yet never met with the
recipient or provided her with any
services.
The investigation into Pollard's
fraudulent billing was initiated by a
complaint referred by the Agency for
Health Care Administration's Medic-
aid Program Integrity Unit. Pollard
was criminally charged with Medic-


aid provider fraud and grand theft,
both third-degree felonies, and could
face up to 10 years in prison if con-
victed. The case will be prosecuted
by the State Attorney's Office for the
8th Judicial Circuit.


USDA announces
Ronald McDonald
House of Gainesville
looks to North-Central
Florida's gardening
community for help with
Landscaping
Renewal Project
They already have expertise in the
world of azaleas, hydrangea, knock-
out roses and crape myrtles. That's
why members of North-Central Flor-
ida's gardening community are being
asked to provide their support and
know-how to the Ronald McDonald
House of Gainesville.
As part of the organization's 25th
anniversary celebration, the major-
ity of the landscaping at Gaines-
ville's 30-bedroom "House that Love
Built" much of it dating backto
the original planting in 1982 will
be replaced with new plants, foliage,
bushes, groundcover and greenery.
"This major landscaping and gar-
den beautification project will take
place Saturday morning, October
13," reports Theresa Drews, House
Manager. "A fabulous professional
landscape .design has been donated
to our House and, thanks to a gen-'
erous grant from Benjamin Moore
& Co., most of the old landscaping
has already been cleared. Now we're
looking for groups of four to six
volunteers to accomplish the actual
planting as well as for cash donations
to help us acquire additional plants."
'According to Drews, several local
nurseries have already donated some
of the basic plants called for in the
landscape design, and the\ are offer-
ing to supply- the plan's. more-exotic
plants at a discounted price. "This
means that every dollar contributed
by our community will go even fur-
ther to help us acquire all of the plants
on our list," Drews explained.
Anyone interested in participat-,
ing in this project is asked to contact
Drews at (352) 374-4404, Ext. 2.
Since 1982, the Ronald McDonald
House of Gainesville has provided
temporary housing, basic amenities
aihd support to more than 26,000 fam-
ilies with critically ill children being
treated at area medical facilities. It
also maintains a Ronald McDonald
Family Room at Shands Children's
Hospital at the University of Florida.
This facilitN serves as an in-bospital
treat for all families with children
at Shands Children's Hospital as well
as for Ronald McDonald House fam-
ilies who cannot leave the hospital
due, to the fragile condition of their
child.
Gainesville's Ronald McDonald
House operates 24 hours a day every'
day of the year thanks to anir exten-
sive network of caring, dedicated
volunteers. Charged with raising 100
percent of its operating and program
expenses, it relies on donations and
support from its local community and
surrotmunding areas to fund its unique
services, with all donations staying
local.


Social Security Warns
about Potential Scams
The Social Security, Administra-
tion recently issued a warning about
several scams that have surfaced
throughout the southeast. Social
Security has received many reports
about telephone calls and home visits
from people who falsely claim to be
Social Security employees. In each
case, the person attempted to obtain
personal information, such as a So-
cial Security or bank account number,
from the Social Security recipient.
Scam artists who identify them-
selves as Social Security employees
have used a variety of approaches to.
obtain personal information. In one'
case, a caller said that Social Secu-
rity was experiencing a power outage,
and needed to verify personal infor-
mation. In another, the caller posed
as an employee who needed to verify
the person's direct deposit informa-
tion. In a third scam, Social Security
recipients were told that their month-'
ly benefit payments were being cut
because they inherited a house from:
a relative, an event which would
not result in a reduction of Social
Security benefits. To help make the
fraud seem authentic, the caller then
placed the person on hold and played
recordings similar to messages used
by Social Security. When the caller
came back on the line, the recipients
were told that proceeds from the sale
of the house would be sent to them if
delinquent taxes were paid.
Social Security advises to always
take precautions when giving out per-
sonal information. You should never
provide your Social Security number
or other personal information over
the telephone unless you initiated
the contact, or you're confident that
the person you are giving the infor-
mation to will use the information
as you intended for it to be used., If
in doubt, do not release information
without first verifying the validity of
the call.
If there is any doubt about some-
one who claims to be a Social Secu-
rity representative, contact your local
Social Security office or call Social
Security's toll-free number, 1-800-
772-1213, to verify the legitimnacx of
the call. The Gainesveile Social Se-
curity office i, located at 1610 NW
23rd Avenue. The local telephone
number is (352) 375-4178.
The U S Office of Inspector Gen-
eral and the Social SecurirN Admin-
istration investigate all reports of
suspicious activity relating to Social
Security scams. To report suspicious
activity relating to Social Secunr},
call the OIG Hotline at 1-800-269-
0271. A public fraud reporting form
is available online at the OIG's web-
site: \ \\' .ba.ssa.gov.'oig and a ww.
socialsecurity.gov/oig/.


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GILCHRIST eOUNTY JOURNAL


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TI-H IRSDAYSEPTEMBER 6 2007


NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
To: Garland R. Cagle
5160 SW 100th Street
Trenton, Florida 36693

Worldwide Asset Management LLC,
& Nathan P. Gryglewics, Esquire
Marcadis & Associates, P.A.
5104 South Westshore Blvd.
Tampa, Florida 33611

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pur-
suant to a writ of execution, Instructions
for Levy issued in the Circuit Court of
Gilchrist County, Florida, on the 22 day
of March, 2007, in the cause wherein
Worldwide Asset Management was a
plaintiff and Garland R. Cagle was the
defendant being case number 02-36-CC
in said court, pursuant to the June 26,
2007 Instructions to Levy from Nathan
P. Gryglewicz of Marcadis & Associates,
P.A., per Judgment Lien Certificate filed
March 22, 2007 and assigned file number
J07000080732 with Garland R. Gage as
the judgment debtor, of said court.
I, David P. Turner, as Sheriff of Gilchrist
County, Florida, have levied upon the
right, title and interest of defendant, Gar-
land R. Cagle, in the following described
property, to wit: 2001 BROWN, FORD -
F150 SUPERCREW CREW PICKUP -
VIN#1FTRW07WX1KD89641, TITLE #
81760622 and on the 18th day of October
2007 at the south door, which is the side
entrance of the Gilchrist County Court-
house, in the City of Trenton, Gilchirst
County, Florida, at the hour of 11:00
a.m. or as soon thereafter as possible, I
will offer for sale all the said defendant's
property rights, title and interest in the
aforesaid property at public outcry and
will sell the same to the highest and best
bidder or bidders for CASH, the proceeds
to be applied as far as may to the payment
and satisfaction of the described execu-
tion.
/s/David P. Turner,
DAVID P. TURNER
SHERIFF GILCHRIST COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Pub. August 16,23,30, and
September 6, 2007b.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 21-2007-DR-221
DIVISION: DR
In Re: The Matter of Custody of
CARLY SHIAN JACKSON
Minor Child
by
CHARLOTTE D. JACKSON
Petitioner
AMENDED NOTICE OF ACTION
OF TEMPORARY CUSTODY OF A
MINOR BY EXTENDED FAMILY
TO. JULIO SOLER
IOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED tihi
an action for temporary custody of a'mi-
nor has been filed and you are required
to serve a copy of your written defenses,
,if any, to it on CHARLOTTE D. JACK-
SON, Petitioner, whose address is ,7909
SE CR 232, TRENTON, FL 32693 on or
before September 19; 2007, and file ihe
original with the clerk of this court be-
fore service on Petitioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default
will be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the petition.
WARNING: Rule 12.285,FloridaFam-
ily Law Rules' of Procedure, requires cer-
tain automatic disclosure of documents
and information Failure to comply qcan
result in sanctions, including dismissal of
striking of pleadings.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
court on August 20.2007.
CLERK OF THE COURT
( SEAL'i
Kendra Cathey
Deputy Clerk
Pub. August 23, 30, September 6, 13,
2007b.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 21-2007-CA-0012
JONI DOWST, TRUSTEE OF
THE JONI A. DOWST LIVING
TRUST DATED 9-15-03,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DIEUDONNE LUBIN and MICHELLE
J. LUBIN, his Wife,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
pursuant to a Summary Final Judgment
of Foreclosure, dated 21 day of August,
2007 I will sell the property situated in
Gilchrist County, Florida described as
follows:
Commence at the SW comer of Section
15, Township 8 South, Range 16 East,
Gilchrist County, Florida; thence run
N 88037'20" E, along the South line
thereof, a distance df 307.00 feet;
thence leaving the Section line, .N.
00051'19" W, a distance of 14.87 feet
to the Southwest comer of Gilchrist
Ranchettes as per plat thereof recorded
in Plat Book 3, Page 60 of the Public
Records of Gilchrist County, Florida;
thence N 0051'19" W, along the West
line of said Gilchrist Ranchettes, a
distance of 800.06 feettotheNW comer
of, said Gllchrist Ranchettes; thence
continue N 0051'19" W, a distance
of 1113.54 feet; thence N S '- -15"
E, a distance of 823.16 feet to the
Point of Beginning. From'said Point
of Beginning, continue N 0229'46"'
W, a distance of 281.99 feet; thence
N 88'27'35" E, a distance of 1023.17
feet to the West line of an easement
as described in Official Record Book
166, Page 684 of the Public Records
of Gilchrist County, Florida; thence S
02'33'52" E, along the said West line,
282.00 feet; thence S 88027'35" W, a
distance of 1023.51 feet to the Point
of Beginning, all lying and being in
Gilchrist County, Florida.
TOGETHER WITH an easement
for ingress and egress described as
follows:
Commence at the SW comer ,of
Section 15, Township 8 South, Range,
16 East, Gilchrist Count(, Florida;
thence run N 88037'20" E, along, the
South line thereof, a distance of 307.00
feet; thence leaving the Section line, N
00051'19" W, a distance of 14.87 feet
to the Soutiwest comer of Gilchrist
Ranchettes as per plat thereof recorded
in Plat Book 3, Page 60 of the Public
Records of Gilchrist County, Florida;
thence N 0051'19" W, along the West
line of said Gilchrist Ranchettes, a
distance of 800.06 feet to the Northwest
comer of 'said Gilchrist Ranchettes;
thence continue N 0051'19" W, a
distance of 1113.54 feet; thence N
8827135," E, a distance of 823.16 feet
to the Point of Beginning. From said
Point of Beginning, run N (0-'20'46-
W, a distance of 281.99 feet; thence
N 88027'35" E, 32.00 feet; thence
S 02!29'46" E, a distance of 281.99
feet; thence N 8827'35" E,.a distance
of 991.51 feet to the West line of an
easement described in Official Record
B.'ok 16t,. Page 6S4 of the Puibhl
Records of Gilchrist CoMnr,. Flurid.,
thence S 02o33'52" E. ajlng the
said West line, 32.00 feet; thence S,
88627'35" W, 1024.55 feet; thence N
0041'21" W, a distance of 32.00 feet
to the Point of Beginning, all lying and
being in Gilchrist County, Florida.
at public sale, to the highest and best
bidder for cash at the Front Door of the
Gilchrist County Courthouse, located
at Trentonr, Gilchrist County, Florida, at
11:00 a.m. on the 24th day of September,
2007.
SAny person claiming an interest 'in the
surplus from the sale, if any, other than
the proper. owner as of the date-of the
Lis pendens must file a claim within 60
days after the sale.
WITNESS my hand and official seal of
said C'oirt thi'. 21st day of August, 200,7:
JOSEPH \\ GILLIAM
Clerk of the Court
(SEAL).
By: L:,ndsa:, P A,er;
Depity Clerk
ATTORNEY FOR PL .NTIFF:
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Pub. August 30, September 6, 2007b.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY,
FLORIDA, PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO. 21-2007-CP-0034
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF:
CURRY HIXON DUNN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
CURRY HIXON DUNN, deceased,
whose date of death was May 17, 2007,
File Number 21-2007-CP-0034, is pend-
ing in the Circuit Court for Gilchrist
County, Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is Gilchrist County
Courthouse, Post Office Box 37, Trenton,
FL 32693. The name and address of the
personal representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set forth be-
'low.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom a copy
of this notice has been served must file
their claims with the court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE TIME OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and
persons having claims or demands against
the decedent's estate must file their claims
with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AF-
TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.,
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE -DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this
notice is September 6, 2007.
Attorney for Personal Representative:
SHEREE H. LANCASTER
Florida Bar No. 602922
SHEREE H. LANCASTER, P.A.
109 East Wade Street
Post, Office Box 1000
Trenton, FL 32693
Telephone: (352) 463-1000
Personal Representative:
EDWIN T. RATHKE
154 Pine Street
Homosassa,FL 34446
Pub. September 6, 13, 2007b.

PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF TRENTON
REGULAR MEETING
The City of Trenton Board of Com-
nii,_sioner_ will meet in Regular Session
on Monday, September 10, 2007, at 6:00
p.m., or immediately following the Plan-
ning and Zoning Board meeting, in the
Kathryn Deen Commission Chambers,
114 N. Main Street, Trenton, FL. Items
included on the agenda are as follows:
A. Call to Order
B. Adoption of Agenda
C. Consent Items
Approval of Minutes:
July 30 Budget Workshop
August 6 Regular Meeting
August 20 Planning and Zoning
Meeting
August 20 Regular Meeting
August 23 Budget Workshop
Approval of July 2007 Expendi-
tures
Approval of July 2007 Financial
Statement
D. City Staff ,
Code Enforcement
Fire '/
Public Works


Police
E. Action Items
Trenton Medical Center Special
Use Permit
GME Janitorial Services City
Hall Lease Agreement
First Reading Ordinance 2007-10
Millage Rate
First Reading Ordinance 2007-11
FY2007-08 Budget
First Reading Ordinance 2007-47
Nuisance
First Reading Ordinance 2007-45
Water / Sewer Rates
First Reading Ordinance 2007-44
Garbage Service Rates
First Reading Ordinance 2007-43
CPA 07-38
Final Reading Ordinance 2006-18
CPA 06-5
Final Reading Ordinance 2006-19
CPA 06-6
Final Reading Ordinance 2006-20
CPA 06-7
Final Reading Ordinance 2006-22
CPA 06-9
Final Reading Ordinance 2007-1
CPA 07-1
F. Discussion Items
Community Redevelopment Area
Fire Fees for Services from Coun-
ty .
Paul Redd- Sewer Connection
G. Board Member Request
H. City Attorney Report
I. Unscheduled Requests
J. Adjourn
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that if a per-
son decides to appeal any decision made
by the Board with respect to any matter
considered at this meeting, he/she will,
need a record of the proceedings, and
that, for such purpose, he/she may need
to ensure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record in-
cludes the testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.
Jered Ottenwess,
City Manager
Pub. September 6, 2007b.


PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF TRENTON
PLANNING AND ZONING BOARD
MEETING
The City of Trenton Planning and Zon-
irig Board will meet in Regular Session
on Monday, September 10, 2007 at 5:30
p.m. Items included on the agenda are
as follows:
A. Call to Order
B. Comprehensive Plan Amendments
1. CPA 07-38 School Element
Text Amendment
C. Adjourn
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that if a per-
:son decides to appeal any decision made
by the Board with respect to any matter
considered at this meeting, he/she will
need a record of the proceedings,, and
that, for such purpose, he/she may need
to -ensure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record in-
cludes the testimony and evidence upon
which' the appeal is to be.based.
Pub. September 6,2007b.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY,
FLORIDA'
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 21-2007-000017-CA
Wachovia Bank, N.A., as Trustee
for the registered holders of'
Aegis Asset Backed Securities
Trust, Mortgage Pass-Through
Certificates, Series 2005-5
Plaintiff,
.vs.
Alex Hudson and Sherry Hudson, His
Wife;
Defendant(s).
AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order, rescheduling
foreclosure sale dated August 28. 2007
entered in Civil Case No.. 21-2007-
000017-CA of the Circuit Court of the
8th Judicial Circuit in and for Gilchrist
County, Florida, wherein Wachovia Bank,
N.A., as Trustee for theregistered holders
of Aegis Asset Backed Secu cities Trust,


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ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
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THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER. THAN
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DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST
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Dated at Trenton, Florida, this 28 day
of August, 2007..
(SEAL)
JOSPEPH W. GILLIAM
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 21-2006-CA-84
WASHINGTON MUTUAL BANK,
Plaintiff
vs.
THE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS.
CREDITORS. TRUSTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIM.INTS
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER EVANGELINE L. REED,
DECEASED, et al,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF ACTION.
*TO: THE UNKNOWN HEIRS. DE-
VISEES. GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES.'
LIENORS. CREDITORS. TRUST-
EES, OR OTHER CLAIMANTS
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UN-
DER EVANGELINE L. REED, .DE-
CEASED LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN. CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN; ,
NANCY REED, AS AN HEIR OF
THE ESTATE OF EVANGELINE L.
REED. DECEASED LAST KNOWN
ADDRESS 7')(10 Southeast 79th
Lane, Trenton, FL 32693. CURRENT
ADDRESS: UNKNOWN;
ANYANDALLUNKNOWNPARTIES
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH.
UNDER. AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED 'INDI\VIDLiAL
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 LASTKNOWN
ADDRESS: UNKNOWN. CURRENT
ADDRESS: UNKNOWN;
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
11 foreclose a mortgage on the following
property in GILCHRIST County,
Florida:
FILE NUMBER: F06017675
DOC ID: M011200
LOT 4, BLOCK A, SUN 'N' FUN,
UNIT NO. 6, A SUBDIVISION AS
PER PLAT THEREOF ,FILED IN
PLATBOOK 1,PAGES 63 THROUGH
66 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS


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'.f. Residential & Commercial
.I T Service Work & New Construction

I iT Additions, Remodeling, Etc.

FREEMAN PLUMBING, INC.
I(352) 498-0703 (352) 493-3801 iNowAccept
Cell # (352) 210-0062 CreditCards


Walter Freeman
Master Plumber


State Certified
#CFC057595


Custom House P!ans


Custom House Plans
-YOUR DESIGN OR OURS ~
I.C.F. CONSTRUCTION, BLOCK CONSTRUCTION
OR FRAME CONSTRUCTION

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John Yencho
OVER 40 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
TRENTON, FLORIDA. 352-463-7282



Dr. Richard W. Wagner
BOARD CERTIFIED OPTOMETRIST
218 N. MAIN STREET (U.S. 19) CHIEFLAND, FL 32626


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Dr. Wagner
OPTOMETRIST


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Katie Hodge
OFFICE MANAGER


Same or Next-Day Appointments Available
Blue Cross & Blue Shield/PPC and Medicare Provider

NEW & PREVIOUS PATIENTS WELCOME
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OF GILCHRIST COUNTY,
FLORIDA. TOGETHER WITH
THAT CERTAIN MOBILE HOME
LOCATED THEREON, SERIAL
NUMBERS FLHMLCP53712103A &
FLHMLCP53712103B.
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses within 30 days after the first
publication, if any, on Echevarria, Codilis
& Stawiarski, Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is 9119 Corporate Lake Drive,
Suite 300, Tampa, Florida 33634, and
file the original with this Court either
before service on Plaintiff's attorney
or immediately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the Complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for two consecutive weeks in
the Gilchrist County Journal.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court on this 6th day of July, 2007.
JOSEPH GILLIAM
Clerk of Court
(SEAL)
By: Lyndsay P. Ayers
Deputy Clerk .
Pub. September 6, 13, 2007b.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY,
FLORIDA,
INRE: THE ESTATE OF:
JOAN FAYE WALKER,
CASE NO. 21-2007-CP-0029,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
Joan F ,e Walker. deceased, whose date
of death was June 1 2. 2007, is pending
in the Circuit Court for Gilchrist County,
Florida, Probate Division, the address
of %\ which is 112 S. Main Street, Trenton,
Florida 32693. The :names and addresses
of the personal representatives and the
personal representatives' antorne. are set
forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons ha' in, claims or denijnds against
decedent's estate on v.hom a cops of this
notice:is required to be served must file
their claims with this court WITHIN
THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or de-
nands against decedent's estate must file
their claims iih this court H\1THIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN
SECTION 733*702 OF THE FLORID -.
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER,
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTAN-DING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM-FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DE ATH IS BARRED.
The date of the firs public.aion of this
notLce i September 6. 20071
-.ATTORNEY FO,
PERSON .\L REPRESENTATIVES-
Ray E. Thomas, Jr.
FL Bar #978205
AnorneN for Joan Faye Walker
P.O. Box 39
Bell, FL 32619
Telephone: (352) 463-0077
Fax: (352) 463-0090
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVES:
Frances Michelle Walker-Craw ford
3829 S US Highway 129
Bell, Florida,32619.
Pub. September 6.13,2007b.


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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2007


GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


Page Thirteen


petsv& services]

KITTENS AVAILABLE FOR ADOP-
TION: Only 3 left. Already spayed/neu-
tered and first vaccinations. Adoption fee
$65. We also have an adorable mixed-
breed puppy. Trenton Animal Hospital.
(352) 463-7100.
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DOG OBEDIENCE CLASSES will be
starting again in September. Beginning
and intermediate classes offered, both
morning and evening class times avail-
able. We welcome behavioral challenges!
Call Gerri at Trenton Animal Hospital for
more info. (352) 463-7100.


New King Size Simmons Beauty Rest
mattress and 'box spring set. $850.00
Call Mary at 463-7808.
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REG. BUCKSKIN/DUN COLT: Very
gentle, loving & mannered. Both parents
Zippo Pine Bar bloodlines. Can be dou-
ble registered. Call Shirleen Thisse. 472-
0084 or call 278-0044 leave message.
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"Experience is what causes a
person to make new mistakes
instead of old ones. "


Jim King Realty, Inc.
Realtor hMLS
Main Office (352) 493-2221
315 N. Main Street (US-19), Chiefland, FL 32626
Fanning Springs Branch Office (352) 463-6144 or 542-0009
O '17871 U.S. Hwy. 19, Fanning Springs, FL 32693
EU Suwannee Branch Office (352) 542-9007
12. 1 23382 SE 349 Hwy., Suwannee, FL 32692
O PORaTUNIY office@jimkingrealty.com or www.jimkingrealty.com REALTOR-





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2 bedroom, 2 bath, beautiful place in the country. 2000 Palm Harbour triple wide 3/2 on 1-acre lot,
Quiet, peaceful, but only one mile to public boat' 1824 sf w/many upgrades like textured walls &
ramp on the Suwannee and one mile to the golf ceilings, tile floors in bathrooms & 13x24 kitchen,,
course and five miles to Walmart. $89,500. (LR- beautiful wood floor w/stone fireplace in family
753661-RH) 493-2221. room. $135,000 (LMH-755705-KK) 493-2221





Very Private and approx. a half mile to boat ramp on 4BR2 BA Triple wide Home on 15 beautiful acres in
Suwannee River. This 4 / 2 with large covered porch pasture. Ready for Horses or Cattle. Property is just
features nice large rooms, o.pen l,..r pI..n family off paved road on private lane. Very convenient
room with fireplace, and bonus area with computer. approx. 3 mile. North of Hwy. 26; Property Features,
dAiJ. L~an.,cfied. It.f.Lc tuildig .rd ,,J ,,I iu.i New AC unit, large screen porch, 4 car carport and
Sec t, ', i in l .4t, I .?;iq'*-'.K4 J.2221 other. out buildings. RV. hookup and mote.
$237,500.00 (GMH-757050-K) 493-2221





SPECTACULAR SUNSET VIEW! This elevated -
3/2 home in the town of Suwannee is fully furnished Great Development Potential 3/2 pool home on 10
and ready to move in. It offers a boat house, fish j.rc n U ht.h.li ,! ictIlirdr,na ,'ar,r1, i,., .nd ni
cI. lfl u-1 ; J' .i J '.al lit. ,r J l rl, a.' :r l ,ir il. 1 ',',nIpl', l. .,., tlh tx L I trit, It'c
.; u ., ir a. and ri',, uie ,nrIJ ...it dit [Trh .h -, cir."aj Itril i. :)Il ir L c iu l. .$385,000. (LR-
' r tii trTr, ,,,ar tr... ,l l ;2,,'.il)D ,.',ri. I. 755320-D)352493-2221
MKH) 352-493-2221.


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2 HORSES: Appaloosa mare and quarter
horse gelding, both for $700. John 352-
463-1628 or 463-0771. We also have eng-
lish and western tack, saddles, harness, 2
wheel cart, 2 horse trailer and 4 wheel
horse buggy. Will take cash, SCUBA,
guns, canoes, or whatever trades.
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Motorcycles

Check out ChieflandMotorcvcles.com
for quality pre-owned motorcycles. Buy-
Sell-Trade.
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Services
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ABL HAULING & MORE:
bris, furniture removal, pressure
demolition, dump trailer retail
mates. Call 352-278-2606. '
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TREE REMOVAL & DEM
WORK: Mobile home; and
moved. For a Free Estimate C
Wesley with Wesley Sanitati
226-3005.


ELMORE'S SIMULATED
STONE, INC.: Stione. stucco.
mobile home skirting. Free
6789 SE 70th Avenue, Tren
5542, 214-3702. Fax 352-472-


: Junk, de-
re washing,
1 -+ ,


[SServices I

PRESSURE WASHING, PAINT-
ING, DECK & PATIO BUILDING
and HOME REPAIRS & IMPROVE-
MENT: Reasonable prices, dependable,
insured and professional. Shamrock Ser-
vices, 352-463-1212 day or evening and
weekends.
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BUILDING CONTRACTOR:
CBC017140 Custom homes built on your
lot: Precision Development, PO Box 249,
26761 SE Hwy. 19, Old Town, 352-542-
8416.
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MOWER & CHAINSAW PARTS
Stihl, Husqvgrna, Ayp, Murray, Sears,
MTD, Briggs, Kohler, Robin, and Hon-
da. Blades for most mowers.
Beauchamp Saw Shop
493-4904


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1, free esn- DIXIE MONUMENTS/OLD TOWN,
FL: Toll Free 1-877-542-3432, Hwy-
,6-23-9-13 349N 7 miles north of Old Town.. Mc-
Crabb Church NE 512 Avenue (behind
OLITION church) 1/2 mile on right. Many col-
houses re- ors, size & styles of marble & granite
all Johnny to choose from in our inventory. Com-
on at 352 puter specialist to assist you in creating
tf 11-6 a lasting tribute to the life of your loved
one. Closed: Sunday & Monday. Open:
Tuesday Frida\, S.im-4pni & Saturday
BRICK & 8am-12noon or call for free after hours
permanent ointment
Estimates. fb,628
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nton. 472-
0124.
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BOB OSBORNE TREE SERVICE,
INC.: 70 ft. bucket truck, hydraulic load-
er truck, stump' grinder. Free Estimates.
Insured, 352-463-9100..
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,TRO REALTY.
INC.-- SEE OUR LISTINGS
(352) 463-7075 JEAN C. TROKE Licensed Real Estate Broker ON THE WEB:
(352) 463-7302 FAX E-mail: trokerealty@aol.com www.trokerealtyinc.com

730 E. Wade Street (SR-26) Trenton, Florida 32693 ,
-- QLiALII-BUILT HOMES NOWAVAILABLE--
CU[STOM BRICK-BUILT HOME & ACRE'AGE 1ETST OF BELL: 3 BR.2 BA: Ou,:Lr., us.g brick honie, on land-scaped 9.97-acre property located
iust 4- .irue Ir.:,- ,e _uc u,.ajare t'pcrde ite' a.'',u'.'.u In:,de. ,r. luJIari .:pila.e, cu s.r.rrm hel' ". wood floors; gourmet kitchen (top-line appliances) and
rmre OuLaid.- rmi' C \40 c,: T.o g'rag c .rkr..r.p ar.:,-:m 'i or nl-.e ;. nie mi\ .:.e t r c p..ure & wildlife--contact Barbara. iid f-fi:' for all
info...$419,000. 1 .- .
WELL-BUILT HOME %T NICE TRENTON NEIGHBORHOOD: 3 BR/2 BA: Over lQll- :ali .:i ofinr.g .p:.c. l.:.r this remodeled frame/CB home, on
land.caped IIrI 15I ti i irci .. F n His spaciu I. .rcg r...:.m aJirung aeia, bonus room w/fireplace, full kitchen (includes china cabinetry), 2-car garage &
l.:.: mi..re...l$179-900.
COUNTRY COTT\ GE ON WOODED 'CREAGE: 2 BR/2 BA: This property would make a great weekend retreat, a 3.97-acre tract with paved
Ifrnluige Ncli.h :4' Bll Lil .. i.a-in :h-:.n in' e 1., river boat daoi. i h rfrai,'.-bil cabin &'more; home placed behind wooded front to allow for some
pmr a, .-cail Blrbara ,:.-if.e f: r: ull deti. ..O'ner hate priced 1 sell...$144.901U.
"CRACKE R- FRAME HOMTI ON TREED LOT IN TO\\ N- 3 BR.2 BA: Fr ime-built home, on spacious 115xl64 tract, in NE Trenton. Owners have'
rr.n..ed io seil r, .t : .arii.n. ran d h,.,rm~ hI ..::l l.,- r.'.r-.um: r-.r,.n & artached carport, storage outbuilding & more...excellent 'fixer-upper'
opporrunin for hands person...i105.000.
-- SUWANNEE RIVER-AREA PROPERTIES ON THE MARKET--
-Reduced Belon Appraised Value--DIXIE CO. BRICK HOME ON HIGHRIVER BLUFF: 3 BR/3 BA: Over. 165' river frontage, with tremendous
,.c :.!' ih S fu-aic Ra er at t,,-h Old T.:i pr.:pe- ,, i .cted right by US-19). Has o:.r I 0 i;r. de :.; t :I f I o:.nf.:.-t inA lu.d.. spacious BRs,
fui-.erie s acih- n & more Ouctr teature: are-ludd tu,.tIi '." ills, attached river deck & d.:,,. 'n4-a d,.e,:,hed g:rzgc ........p & more...Owner
motialid lo seU...$454.900.
DIXIE CO. RIVER-AREA HOME & 1+ LANDSCAPED ACRE: 3 BR 2.5 B\: "iell bu,it two-level CB home, on neatly kept 1.06 acre property,
located a. urlie tc.nre r.:,r. ,'.l i(h.' Snri'n .iee & Naruce Cini Tra:l Bridge I r:iaudj-, D', pi.ate boat entry). Over 2700 inside sqft. of comfort, with
It.,' b rattched c,;ered pAI'. deck 1 h.ol[ ub. ail,.'. h;. t-h..a u r..-:.n".. .2i- :i.k .do .kind m.,re--call office for JeanJim for details...$265,000.
6+ .aCRES--SI V.NNEE RIV ERFRONT TRACT WIEST 'OF BEL L: i_,r, p.:.;i 2.. -we a wooded tract with 200' frontage along the Suwannee, at
Shad, D B An PArS 5D Call al Bart. ,.r ,',lm e, i..r full p r. er, dl:ui;...$249.901).
-- MANUFACTURED HOMES ON THE MARKET --
LARGE Ni'HOME ON 29- SECLUDED aCRES: 4 BR'2 B\: SpAciOu. h ninul'rcis f ,,e,,, i.:. :I icd jmi:.n.e:l .l'..4 plailed pric- i,.rev l oire
,n men 5 ,. ,:.r 2j 1 acre uj ih.r:r-eeri Trer,' .n & FnrrmM'g P;..'perr, h.. 4a-,hi.ic arrt'.ri 2 ,20) pole barn (w/electric). Home-site being sold 'as is'
t"., 0 -')cf-ism .j.i .lro '.:r Bilr j .:. .aij ih .l.euL .i|....29991)(1.
SPACIOUS M/HOME, HORSE.BARN, 11 ACRES & MORE: 4 BR/2 BA: Plenty of room to spread out, with fully-fenced 11.6-acres (2 side-by-side
tracts), roomy 27x70 2002 Manufactured Home, 33x33 metal bam (with 4 horse stalls/tack-room), second M/Home & lots more; all located in East.
Gilchrist Co., i rlin h..irn ir, Ge i.' G;une: .,lie .ic.u Co.- call or e-mail our office fr funl dJ,eial....265,.0U0.
10 WOODED %CRES, PRIVATE HONaE-SITE & MORE NEAR BELL: 3 BR'2 B.\:- spa.:.,' 27x60 Manufactured Home, located on a
natural-woods 10-acre trac- Ir,.ludirn a -p.rir i, '. ith paied :udJ f -:.r,-.ae r,.' r Bell & the Suwarinee River. Has attached bonus room, large screened porch,
24x48 metal barn (w/office R\ pail.jr.gi ared il more...$224.900.
5 PASTURE ACRES & HOME-SITE NE kR FANNING SPRINGS: 4' BR.2 BA: Would make a fine horse/home property, for this 5-acre fenced tract,
with 14x52 M/Home (& attached 24x24 frame-built addition). Property has paved frontage, wrap-around porch and. lots more--check our website for
photos & further info...$149,900.
NEAT/CLEAN M/HOME ON 5 ACRES NEAR TRENTON/SR-26: 2 BR/2 BA: Spacious 2000 16x66 split-plan manufactured, located on mostly-open
5-acre tract just East of town, with seclusion at road cul-de-sac. Has full kitchen/dining area, large living room, workshop bl.I:. tfernrce I 2 cre pe r f..r
animals & more...priced to sell...$119,900.
WELL-KEPT M/HOME & 2+ ACRES NEAR BELL: 2 BR/2 BA: Neat & clean 16x76 2000 Manufactured home, on a landscaped, rolling 2.13-acre
.tract, close to both Bell schools. Has spacious split-plan format, with garden tub/separate shower for Main bath, full-appliance kitchen, attached screened
porch/deck & lots more...$99,900.
5.5 WOODED ACRES, NEAR WACCASASSA LAKE, ALACHUA CO.: 3 BR/i.BA: Wooded, secluded acreage, yet'also close to SR-26 for quick
work commute into Gainesville. Manufactured Home being sold in 'as is' condition; property also has pole barn & outbuildings--call or email to office, for
full property details...$82,500. .
SPACIOUS HOME & LANDSCAPED TRACT IN TRENTON: 3 BR/2 BA: Well-kept 28x56 M/Home, with two large attached screened porches &
2-wide carport, on 115x120 property at Ayers Estates. Inside has roomy BR's & lots of closet space, large living room, full kitchen. Also has metal
workshop/storage bldg., & more...$74,000.
PROPERTY PRICED TO SELL--M/HOME AT AYERS ESTATES: 3 BR/2 BA: Affordably-priced, this 26x50 Manufactured (w/metal garage
addition) is on two landscaped lots at nice neighborhood in town. Property has potential for rental investor--Owner selling all in 'as is' condition, call or
e-mail for full information.y$64,900.
-- LOTS & ACREAGE PROPERTIES ON MARKET --
44 ACRES, MIX OF WOODS/OPEN SPACE, IN EAST GILCHRIST: Quality larger acreage tract, has nice mix of natural woods & open pasture.
'Property also has over 1,400' of paved frontage along CR-337, and well, fencing/gates. Lots of potential for family-farm/agricultural use--call or e-mail our
office for full details...$499,900.
20 ACRES--DIXIE CO. WOODED TRACT, PAVED FRONTAGE: A naturally-wooded, unspoiled property, has frontage along 2 sides of paved
Spillers Road, so potential for multiple home-sites; located right by neat/clean county park near Old Town...$220,000.
10-or-20 ACRES--WOODED, PRIVATE ACREAGE NEAR BELL: A 20-acre tract, of wooded vacant property just north of Bell off Gay Road. Raw
land to build your dream place in the country. Owner will consider splitting tract for 10-acre purchase--call or email Barabara/office for the
details...$160,000 (20 acres)/$89,500 (10 acres)
5 ACRES--HAS IMPROVEMENTS INSTALLED, PRIVATE LOCATION: Nice mix of trees and open space, at this 5.02-acre tract in West Gilchrist
Co., close to both Trenton and Bell. Property has 4" well & septic tank installed, ready for your new home-site; call or email for full information...$78,900.
5-ACRE TRACTS AVAILABLE: Five separate properties available, throughout the Gilchrist (and NE Levy) Co. market--each ready for new home-site,
check with office for all the details/locations...tract prices start from $64,900.
5 ACRES--PAVED FRONTAGE NEAR TOWN: Lots of large oaks, pines, cypress, on a 5-acre tract, with over 300' frontage along SR-47 just East of
Trenton...priced to sell..$59,900.
WOODED LOTS IN TRENTON, READY FOR HOME-SITE(S): Two side-by-side lots in NW part of town, could have separate built or manufactured
home-sites. Owners selling as one property...$39,900.
HALF TO ONE ACRE TRACTS--We have a variety of the smaller tracts for sale, from.100x100 sized, to 1/2 & 3/4 acre tracts, and some one-acre
properties; all located in the Gilchrist/Levy County area--check with our office for the full details/locations...1/2 acre-sized start from $9,900, acre tracts
start from $19,900.
You can call our. agents after regular business hours, for more information on any of our listings,
at the main office number above, or at our agents' cell numbers below:


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Jim or Jean Troke
(386) 935-3357


Paul Troke
(352) 221-2999


Barbara Mayo
(352) 222-0427


Debra Powers
(352) 215-1132


"Professional Service With A Personal Touch"


EQUAL HOUSING
OPPORTUNITY


TIM POWELL ELECTRIC: New
installations and repairs, licensed and
insured. State Reg. #EC130024153 Call
(352) 463-2155. f
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RECEPTIONIST: Exp. with Excel,
Word, and phone skills required. Must
work well with others. Mon. Fri. 8am-
4:30pm. Apply in person, Gray Construc-
tion Services, 222 West Wade Street,
Trenton. DFWP/EOE
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LOOKING FOR EXPERIENCED
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR:
Must have valid FL license, own trans-
portation and previous experience. Please
call 352-472-2616.
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'SITE CONTRACTOR SEEKS THE
FOLLOWING TRADES: Dump Truck
Driver, Motor Grader Operator, Excava-
tor Operator. Driver's license and expe-
rience required. Benefits. Apply within:
Andrews Paving, Inc. (386) 462-1115.
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Equipment Opedator needed. Front end
loader, farm tractor and other equipment.
Must be 21 years old. Call 386-454-1511:
or stop by our office in High Springs,
FL.


PART-TIME TYPESETTER NEED-
ED: Gilchrist County Journal in Trenton.
Experience with Microsoft Word a must,
experience with Adobe Indesign helpful.
Apply in person at the Gilchrist County
Journal, 207 North Main Street in Tren-
ton. Next to Capital City Bank.
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FRAMER/CARPENTER needed for
busy contracting firm. Please call 463-
2210 and leave message. Must have driv-
er's license and own transportation.
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PROFESSIONAL OFFICE IN TREN-
TON seeks manager/secretary with basic
computer skills, website skills also a plus,
Smith Appraisal Service, 352-463-8890.
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Help Wanted .

BULK TRUCK DELIVERY DRIVER:`
Class2B CDL. HAZMAT Gatorgas, 35:-
542-8420, apply in person.
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Trenton I & HI

Apartments

718 NE 7th Place #905
Trenton, FL3269 3

Now Accepting Applications
1, 2, & 3 BR HC and
non-HC apartments.
Rental assistance may
be available. 352-463-7106,-
TDD/TTY 711

Equal Housing Oppornti.iti.


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Thinking about Smith & Associates, Inc.
buying or selling ??
Call today for a free
market analysis W
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'Realtor
(352)-222-3374



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LABOR DAIY GETAWAY!!! Just Reduced Rcad,3 t.. enenn '.r just ack bjck:
and relax in this 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath Suwannee River home located in-Bell. Excellent
location On the river;'hoine fearurae- mrlti-aic.cl dock iiernm, ea-%aall, pji:'.. bunk
house and much more. $359,000 MLS # 56il:'


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Excellent SHIP home!!! This 2 bedroom / 2 bath
home with single car garage and carport is
conveniently located next .to the Nature Coast
State Trail and is close to river, springs, shopping
..nd d.rurnr '" Call anr.d :.'nic cc i.i',d ''' a,500
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PRICED BELO% t APPRAISED \ALUE!!"
Roomy 4 bedroom / 3 full baths 1999'
Doublewide home on one beautiful
easy-to-maintain acre. Master bedroom has
attached office / den, large walk. in closet, double
sink-vanity, large garden tub plus separate shower.
Large kitchen with 2 islands' and pantry. Dining
room, living room and a great room with fireplace.
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VACANCIES
GILCHRIST COUNTY
SCHOOLS
Maintenance Worker Journey Level
District Wide
High School Diploma or equivalent.
Three years of experience in building
maintenance and/or A/C service. Must
have EPA Universal Certification for
HVAC.
Substitute Teachers
High School Diploma or Equivalent.
Contact the District Office for an
application and more information.
Bus Driver Trainees;
Substitute Bus Drivers.
High School Diploma. 40 hours of in-
service training will be provided for
qualified applicants. Flexible training
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Department at (352) 463-3230.
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We are accepting applications for our
Highly Qualified Substitute
Teacher Pool. Qualifications:
Bachelor's Degree or higher with a
current or former Florida teaching
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in pre-approved situations where there
is a long-term absence in a core subject
area. All other daily substituting would
be at current daily rates. Contact the
District Office for an application and
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OPERATOR neeedd w/experience and
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| -"For Rent

SUWANNEE RIVER STILT HOUSE
with beautiful view, 3 BR/2 BA, with
deck to the water. Fish, ski, swim. CHA,
furnished and all appliances. No pets, no
smoking. 1st, last, security $2,000/mo.
352-486-2154 or 352-317-8750.
4tb,8-30-9-20

TRENTON: Nice, 3/2 DW, no pets.
$625. 1st, last, security, '352-210-
1888.' .
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3.33 ACRES: Unimproved. Waccasassa,
Lake, lot 42 unit 2, Trenton. $44,000.
(954) 989-0293.
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GILCHRIST CO. -5.0 ACRES+: High
6 Springs Hills Paved rds, rolling hills, |
close to rivers/springs. New, doublewide
MH allowed. Owner Financing.
Terms flexible. Starting at $69,900.
Phillips Realty 800-643-6971 www.
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COUNTRY CHARM! This 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home is
Situated on 9 acres located just outside city limits of Trenton.
Features 2,730 sq ft, tongue & groove walls; cathedral ceilings
in great room & dining room, large kitchen with extra cabine-
try, large foyer & utility room. As a bonus this home features
a 600 sq ft guest home with half bath. $231,900 MLS# 754424
You can also purchase this home plus 29 acres for $382,500.


Brad Smith,
Lic. Real Estate Broker
SSmith & Associates,
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Douglas K. McKoy


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S2HOMES, HORSEBARNON15ACRESI! Family farm,
equestrian training facility or bed & breakfast are just a few of the
many possibilities. Both homes are beautiful and the land is
breathtaking with large oaks and board fencing. MLS#756830
$575,000


Hometown Realty
of North FL inc.
Natalie Rankin Licensed Real Estate Broker
1310 North Main Street Bell, Florida 32619
Office: (352) 463-9001 Toll Free: (888) 463-9001 Fax: (352) 463-9008


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OAK WALK SUBDIVISION. 2362 total sq.ft. w/Large open
living area, front & side porches, hardwood flooring & 2 car
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RIVER ACCESS PROPERTIES: Bell,
FL 2/1 on 3 acres (2 lots), 500'to Suwan-
nee River, 500 acre SRWMD land on 2
sides, see on web www.floridalandoffice.
com "Featured Listing." Summer Spe-
cial Price $99,400. Old Town, FL 2/1
on 1 acre, .4 mile to Suwannee River,
$59,000. Kastlestone Realty, John 352-
463-1628 or 463-0771.


ACREAGE FOR SALE: Bell, two 20-
acre parcels, one 30-acre parcel. Buy
separate or together. Abundant wildlife.
$4,500 per acre. 772-201-1115.
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Gilchrist County School District,
310 NW 11th Avenue,
Trenton, FL 32693
(352) 463-3200.
Application may be downloaded at:
www.gilchristschools.org/Personnel.
htm#Application
Attach a resume and any
additional information as
necessary. All applications will
be screened. Not all applicants
will be interviewed.
Applications will be accepted
until positions are filled.
EEO/Drug Free Workplace
www.GilchristSchools.org
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NW 60th Street Bell
9.2 ac planted pines-20 years old,,
:zoned for home mobile home

MLS#751750 Now $65,900






S. Santa Fe Avenue Trenton
2 ac fenced 3 sides.
ready to build home


1269 N\V 55th Avenue Bell
9.55 ac homesite, 4" well, septic,
po-t er pole. 16x36 shelter.

NILS#752196- $99,995






SE 70th Street Trenton
Rolling OCaks S D..5 ?t... street t10
street,. fenced, nice home site


VISIT OUR WEB SITE AT
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MILS#752719 $144,900


2 Lots 154 ft Frontage
on 5th St., 120 ft deep, 3.2 mobile
home (D/W) several storage
buildings. landscaped, carport,;
near church, grocery & schools.
24,hour notice please.


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5BR/2BA 2,837 Sq.Ft. home with SuwanneeRiverAccess. ,
Spectacular river views from covered porch, new wood flooring,
wood cabinets, guest quarters, ample storage area & more.
MLS#755973 $329,000


.18 Acre, Riverwalk S/D, $56,900, LOTS & ACREAGE 20 Acres, Farm Land $255,0006
.23 Commercial, US 129 $75,000 4.34 Ac, Pvd Rd, Morriston, W/S/P $99,000 10 Acres, CR 232 $99,000 20 Acres, Paved Rd $279,000
.27 Acre, W/S, River Access $32,900 5 Acres, Paved Rd. N. Gilchrist $69,000 10 Acres, CR 232. $115,000 21.85 Acres, Suwannee.River $275,000
,.5 Acre Lot, CR 342, Bell $35,000 5 Acres, Close to Rivers PENDING $69,500 10 Acres, Paved US Hwy 129 $119,000 26 Acres, Paved CR 337 $350,000
1 Acre, North Gilchrist $17,250 5 Acres, Deed Restricted $79,900 10 Acres, Hwy 349 Old Town $114,000 30 Acres, Chiefland Near Manatee $285,000
1 Acre Lots, Williston $35,000 5 Acres, W/S/P, Trenton $79,900 10 Acres, CR 340, $136,000 37 Acres, Paved Rd. $489,000
1 Acre, Buck Bay,Chiefland $65,000 5 Acres Trenton, Dividable $78,500 11 Acres, New Pines $109,000 40 Acres, W/S/P, Pole Barn $350,000
2 Acres, W/S/P, Dividable $49,500 5 Acres, Bell City Limits, Dividable $99,900 12 Acres, Scattered Oaks $160,000 40 Acres, Farm Land $469,000
2 Acres, Bell, Dividable $45,000 5.5 Acres, Near Waters Lake $54,900 20 Acres, Planted Pines $180,000 53 Acres, Canal Frontage $425,000
2 Acres, Old Town, Paved Rd. $39,900 6.5 Acres, Deed Restricted $99,900 20 Acres, W/S/P, Pole Barn $190,000 77 Acres, Paved Rd. $859,000
2.90 Acres, Santa Fe Riverfront $215,000 7.94Acres, Paved Highway, US-129 $104,900 20 Acres, Bell $210,000 78 Acres, CR 340 $699,000
k4.04 Acres, Suwannee River W/S/P $199,900 9 Acres, Paved'CR 339 $159,000 20 Acres, Paved US Hwy 129 $210,000 J


Your Hometown Team


Spectacular Suwannee River Home on .72 park-like acres. Completely remodeled 3BR/2BA frame home on 2.27 acres.
3BR/3BAwlth 5,975 total sq.ft. under roof Many amenities not New metal roof, siding, porches, C/H/A, flooring, wood
limited to tongue & groove cedar interior, wrapa.arond porch, cabinets, W/S/P, Open floor plan.
tri-level dock system & much more.. MLS#756752 $650,000 .. MLS# 754369 $129,900



NatalieRankin Rob Rankin Michele Taylor Emma Garcia Don Thomas [i "-...
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Sprawling granddaddy oaks adornm this 6.64 acre parcel with I BRAND NEW 2007 3/2 energy efficient home on approx 1 ac in
4BR/2BA DWMH with 1674 sq.flof livingarea. Home features Three Rivers Estates S/D. 1,446 sq.ftlplus attached garage. Features
large bedrooms, fireplace, and convenient location just 3 miles from S w. ww w no m et o w n e a I T F o m include maple cabinets, real wood & porcelain tile flooring, arched
Bell. MLS9754854 $152,000" OPPORTURtY w w .H m t w 15x at.lN Tc lm. l 4 L doorwnays & more. MLS#756936 $179,900


MLS#754159 $428,500






18 Acres, 3/2, 3,824 sqft home
Living room w/fireplace, dining
room, 2-car carport, large back
screened porch area, fenced ard.
pasture, green house, workshop.
guest house, 24 hour notice.


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ONE ACRE /CORNER LOT with concrete block home. Nice
in-ground pool, 1024 Sq. Ft. workshop, detached garage, new kitchen
& appliances, fireplace, screened-in back patio & fenced-in yard. A
must see! Call Deena Erickson-Klacko, 352-494-2404. $195,000.
#272810
WANT ACREAGE? 23.88 fenced acres with lovely trees & Ag.
.Exemption close to springs & rivers. 1994 singlewide included.
Convenient location. Call Tony Boothby, 352-262-1159 or Isabel
Smith, 352-318-7829. $250,000. #275146, 275147
AWESOME MINI HORSE FARM!. 5 Acres w/adorable 2BR, 1BA
country cottage & exquisite 8-stall Florida barn. 3 Paddocks, no-climb
fence, 2 stand-in sheds, Tiff 9 grass & more! Call Debbie Zeller,
352-538-2857. $284,900. #277763
LOCATION, LOCATION, is the truth for this beautiful river-front
home on the Santa Fe River. 2337 Sq. Ft, 3BR, 2BA home sits on a hill
looking over the river & a nice pastured backyard. There is a boat
ramp,, dock, patio & much more. This is a must see! Call Deena
Erickson-Klacko, 352-494-2404. $458,500. #282109
36 ACRES with approximately 1600 Ft. on the beautiful Suwannee
River. 666 Ft. on county road. Beautiful Oaks adorn this pastureland.
Lg Cypress & hardwoods are in the heavy wooded area towards the
riverfront, with your own private pond. 2nd homesite available. Call
Martha Barnes, 352-339-4069. $675,000. #283816
VACANT LAND
5 ACRES IN GILCHRIST COUNTY. High & dry and deep in the
country. This property is only a short drive to Bell, Ginnie Springs, the
Santa Fe River & Suwannee River. Call Perry McDonald,
352-278-0310. $70,000. #277234
MISTLETOE IS TRENTON'S NEWEST OPEN BUILDER, deed
restricted community. Twenty-seven 1.5 to 2.5 acre lots w/
underground power. Only a short drive to Chiefland or Gainesville.
Call Perry McDonald today, 352-278-0310. Starting at $50,000 to
$79,000. #277792
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Why buy a home that is over-priced,
when you can have a brand new
1500 sq. ft. home on 5 gorgeous acres
for a fraction of what other builders are charging?
3 BR/2, BA, vaulted ceilings in the living, dining, and
kitchen area, 9 ft. ceiling throughout the rest of the home,
ceramic tile, upgraded fixture package, oak cabinets, Berber
carpet, hardi-board siding, too many extras to list... You pick
the colors of your new home! For only'$200,000.
Call for all the details.
Riverland Construction Services, LLC
352-224-8677'


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L. Frank Grant
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B 216-A N. Main St., Trenton, FL 32693
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MLS#749600 $125,000 MLS#754309 $140,000

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BELL: 42 acres with 2 mobile homes For sale by owner, 10.7 acres, beautiful-
and pole barn. Lots of deer and turkey, ly wooded, mature hard wood trees, home
$205,000. 772-201-1115. site cleared, 1.5 miles from Suwannee
tfrib,6-14 River, high and dry, located in Gilchrist
County near. Hart Springs, $110,000.001.
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Suwannee Shores
3/2 mobile on 11.8 acres that is
fenced for pasture. Setup for
horses. 'Ihis property is ready to.
miove into, call to make an offer
386-344-3727.
Visit it on the web at
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3/2 mobile on 4.11 acres not far
from a great hunting camp. This
property is ready to move into,
call to make an offer
386-344-3727.
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Grab your flip-flops and come relax in this fully furnished 2BR/2BA with a loft &
over 2,200 sq.ft. of wrap-around decking on the Suwannee River! It's 110 ft. of river
frontage and private dock are within 5 miles of 3 natural.springs, 2 bbat ramps,
and 1 sunken Spanish ship! Custom Red Cedar Hand Rails, decorative outdoor'
lighting, sky walk to a deck with an outstanding view, hardy, plank siding and
cedar shake. The master opens to a private screened & covered patio with
- 2 person jetted tub. Yellow pine panel walls, crown molding, furnished with
hand-crafted signature series windwood furniture, a 100 yr. old Cedar kitchen
bartop, oak cabinets, 2 flat-screen T.V.s, indoor/loutdoor stereo system, front load
Frigidaire Washer & Dryer, elongated toilet, and so much more!
DIRECTIONS: From US 19 and Hwy 34 i.r. Orl ToAn FL 3a. HI tI 349 Norll fo.r II) 5 ,rr.s Turn Rigrl on
Log Landing Road andgo 2.2 miles. "urn LeFi on E 69,1 Ae nd g9 .r a C ri.: to NEtlFil b Si',e t 3nd
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10 \CRES \TIIH NICE D.'\\ MN ird -con)ijd reri .il S JIl Haj a garage and is fenced;
i.'ue .iand eudcd Jr, hInc Bell t:Chool ,. icm l$158.9'I.
BEATIFlUL WOODED 5 \CRES Or. C:,unr nia.aiir.ecd r..ud in nrr:ni Gilchrist County.
- -66.5100. OwnA r FinanciDng ilh 15".. down.
18 ACRES IN SO'UTH SlR\,\NNEE COUINTY Panr, opcri ard mar, nice trees. A great
"- C.al,,r," S165. .01I1.
BEAI.'IFUI. CON\ENIENT SiU\' .NNEE RIVER LOT R.ad., tf:.r your motor home.
C,.nplic .,in t .,tl e cpii, pV.'..r& d~cLt, Jl r tr. Buildilb. f.:r r,:,','r n, hb'u": .ir,,or- ',:lthe
beri ,,ppi,.,[Luuri .' L', r,, (r h.r ,.. $239,500.
li ACREIS Ni land iit'. hi,;s '. dry, but convenient to Suwannee & Santa Fe Rivers.
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legal laId lIs 2ind h.r.me plaistlei. South fi R:d. Bluff in Gilchrist County, Asking price
$459,000.
NICE WOODED LOT'NEAR SANTA FE RIVER With boat r.a.np r tpro. A great
*:r, ir...rneeni Ir .,au ,Ia nuil and iienid.. G(irci area f.rcri..n'eira. k.i,a.,tubing andfishing.
Only $25,000.
4 ACRE HORSE FARMWI/HOME 3/2 hCeauIul ,r.ci h,..me and nice barn. Fronts on
a paved road & may also be a possible airstrip-oo. Located between Branford & Lake City.
Asking $495,000.
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awesome national contest


-By Carrie A. Mizell
Bell Elementary School student
Ashley Hayes, 7, was notified on
Aug. 14 that she is one of two 2nd
place winners in the Buffy's Udderly
m Awesome National Essay Contest.
Last year while Ashley was in
the first grade she drew a colorful
L picture of Buffy the Sunshine Cow
W V .that showed how milk is good for
the body. Featured in the picture was
a man flexing his muscles, Buffy
the Sunshine Cow and the saying,
"Buffy's milk makes your body ud-
derly strong."
The promotional contest was
hosted by M & B Products, a pro-
S ... vider of premium juices, according
to Betty Shepherd, cafeteria manager
Sat Bell Elementaiy School. Students,
.. 'ranging from kindergarten age up
.I to eighth grade had the opportunity
to participate in the contest. The
I purpose was to have fun drawing a
colorful picture or writing an essay
while learning a little something
r ~,,rinabout dairy products and health.
Ashley had fun while color-
"tfe.TrenTOA ing Buffy the Sunshine Cow at her
..grandmother Estelle Rogers' 'home
SigBfyteSnhnCeTigers t last year.
i gers On T 0 As a second place winner in the
i kmldeigartenlfils rade dlihion.
VICTOrA heas ",oan aVisa y.if card in the
pw* Mi.ll1"anh-,a o fu iof ii$ 1
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li iI one ; \hleA od. If nmI inom
lRh~on ,, Hi o a hto hly duen't nake ine bu, clothes!'
C-rleai it sa little l dAshle is the daughter uf left and
l'ceriZ on Fridan ni'htI from i Loi Ha'csle
'i, .,Oil p 010Iof 25 i ttlto' lhrl,7 I 5. The cfleteilii staff at Bell Elelnen-
.all et a'hw 1lilthIbitd ah L/1It'tll1- ta1\ Scho ol aso had fUn v.. lth Biltfi',
11. vaI'liiU'I t'' t'l I l7ed1O us wl0hl Lddedi '. e;orne Promilolions. Last
O .. on ,at na .Alg. '. i.Despitte fall. t[lie cafeteiia stall decorated the
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Detour set up onUS 129

between CR 236 and CR 340


By Gina Buisscher
A detour on U.S. 129 betv.een
Couint\ Roads 236 and 34l1 in Gil-
christ County is cunent!) in place.
The detourbeganon M o nda Auut,
27, according to the Florida Depart-
ment of Transportation (FDOT).
All [luougli tr aic on U.S. 129 will
be detoured to either County Road
236, also known as Noinlieest 20lth
Street if northbound or Countr Road
34-10 if outhbound Bodli directions
\ ill be directed to County Road 340
and either to CR 236 or.CR 340 and
back to U.S. 129. The detour is ap-
pro\imatel\ ;ix miles long.The de-
tour will allo' cire'. s with Anderson
Columbia. Company Inc.,, of Lake
City to reconstruct the road\ a.\ to
lower the hills and improve the sight
distance.
The existing lanes between County
Roads 236 and 340 will be reduced
to 9-feet wide. for each travel lane
and the speed limit will be reduced


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to 35 mph. Only emergency vehicles,
school buses and local traffic will be
allowed to travel this section of U.S.
129.
The ..ork is part of a 1s0 million
project to resurface U.S. 129 be-
tween the Suv. annee County line and
the tow'.n of Bell., The entire project
is scheduled be completed b) this
Spring. It began in June.
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