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Title: Gilchrist County journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gilchrist County journal
Publisher: Thetis F. Fisher
Place of Publication: Trenton, Fla
Publication Date: June 4, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Trenton (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gilchrist County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Gilchrist -- Trenton
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1933.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 3 (Feb. 1, 1934).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028300
Volume ID: VID00230
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Serving Gilchrist County and Surrounding Area for over' 79 Years
207 North Main Street, Trenton, Florida 32693

Vo, 9 o,5 Phone (352) 463-7135 Fax (352) 463-7393 $2200Aear neri-Countyes rea(Gilchri~rest
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Gilchrist 4-H team wins state poultry judging contest in '08 and '09


Tri-County Hospital hlas

secured financing


AI arcrr~hitect s re~inderiihg of thep fl~jllanne Ti-Coimlyl Hosfailal.


Trenton Commission moveS Sexual predator moves to 83rd Court


By JTohn M. Ayers
The Gilchrist County Planning
Commssion held their monthly
meeting on Tuesday, May 28 to con-
sider four applications for change of
use on. both resident and commercial
propertiesrn the county, The applica-
tion for a Special Use Permnit involv-
ing a development of~ Major Impact
''by Ron St; John and Piedmont Farms
drew the-inost interest as residents in
the neighborhood of SW 32nd Place
were concerned .that the rotational
grazing dairy would impact them
with additional problems concerning
traffic, flies and odors.


Fellow Gilchrist County 4-H poul-
try judging team member, Desiree
Holstein placed second high indivd-
ual. in the contest.
The 4-H agent said that the county
also had a junior team competing .in
the state contest.
Junior team members were Chan-
dler DeCubellis, Tucke~r McDaniel,
Dakota Harding, Savannah Harding~
and Spencer Hewitt.
The junior team placed fifth in the
state junior competition.
At right: Semior poultry judging
team members are
Damielle Holstein,
Desiree Holstein 'and
Jenna Shackelford.~


interested, but we have smart kids
around here."
According to DeCubellis, the team
has practiced since April, just after
the Suwannee River Fair Livestock
Show and Sale ended.
S"We, actually practiced less this
year than we would have liked to,"
DeCubellis said. "But you can bet we
will be practicing hard between now
and the nationall contest."
This year's (eant will reipresent
Florida at the national 4-H poultry
~judging contest in -November, which
will be held in Louisville\ Kentucky.
After w inning the state contest last
year, the poultry' judging team ~from
Gilchrisr County placed 12th at the
national 4-H competition.
DeCubellis said he is anxious to


see how this team does at the national
contest. .
At the contest, team members
judge two classes of white Leghorn
hens. One of the classes requires the
team to prepared oral reasons for their
selections.
Team members are also required to
evaluate~ exterior 'egg .quality, edndle
eggs in a dar~k room, break out some
20 eggs, and judge chicken carcasses
to give each one a grade A, B, or C
rating,
Aliother- part of the competition
requires team members to identify
parts of.a chicken, such as breast,
wing. drumstick, thigh.
According; to DeCubellis,:Dani-,
elle Holstein won high indit Idual se-
nior in the state.


B~y Carre A. Mizell
Though ~they live in a dairy cow
rich county, Danielle Holstein, De-
siree Holstein and Jenna Shaickelford
know their chickens.
C~hris DeCub'ellis, Gilchrist Coun-
ty 4-H agent, coached the girls who
represented Gilchrist County 4-H on
Monday at the state poultry judging
contest held at the University of Flor-
ida's Animal Science Building. .
2009 maikks the second year in a
ro~w Gilchrist County 4-H has won
first place at the state competition,
though DeCubellir i#aid the tearil
members are all new this year.
";Onc~e a team wins they are out of
it." DeCubellis said. "-They cannot
compete again, which makes it hard
in a rural county to have enough kids


program that Gilc~hrist. Lesy and Di-
xie counties would have to approve.
Schupp told the board that he bad
already received support from Levy
and Di.xie counties and Gilchrist
County's support will be needed for
this project to progress.
Schupp pointed out that he would
be full time in the Tri-County area
working on the construction of the
Tri-County Hospital. LLC.
The project is expected to get off
the ground writh funding appro\al in
August 2009. The facility is expected
to be completed and begin recei\-
ing patients by August 2011. Once
opened, the hospital wrill have an es-
timated staff of 350 employees.


By John hil. Ayers
~The Gilchrist County Commission
received an update inv;olving Tri-
County Hospital, LLC in Chietland
during their meeting on Mlonda.
Frank Schupp, director of the hos-
pital organization. reported the re-
vised plan for the new hospital iden-
rifies a 60 bed facility that is designed
for twro stories with a third level to be
constructed at a later date.
Schupp explained through Florida
Enterpnse that Tri-Cou~nr? Hospital,
LLC has been selected for a $40O mil-
lion low- interest loan :over a 20-year
term,
The~ director pointed out that the
financing would inv'ol~e a bonding


diraw Ine' w~ith sidewanlk chalk, blow-
ing bubbles, singing karaoke or cool-
ing off with a snow cone.
Slices of watermelon, which were
donated byij Thomas Farms, were
also given out for students to enjoy.
Organized games such as basket-
ball andi volleyball were also played~
throughout the day.
In all, 25 volunteers worked to or-
gani ze Ihe day of fun.
"This~ would not be possible with
out o ur PTA," said Sherry Lindsey,
~assistant principal' at BES. "I don t
know what we would do without all
our volunteers."
Each year, the school's PTA orga-
nizes a falk festival. which serves as
their primary fundraiser.
December through April the PTA
hosts movie night each Friday night
at the school where G-rated movies
are shown free of charge. The PTA
sells snacks at the -movies to raise
funds for projects.
Last year the PTA, which has 140
members, raised nearly $8,000 to pay
for a projector system for the, cafeto-
~rium.,
See additional picture on page 16


Tavilor 13rown, Gilchrist County
Planlnng Director, presented the ap..
plication DMI-SUP 09-03 to the four
members of the committee attending
.the meeting. The property involving
640 acres .of A-2 zoned agriculture
land lies southjof SW 32nd Place.
The property is currently un~ider cul..
rivation urider a row crop practice.
The property' has four center piv..
ots systems that serve to irrigate' the
crops during the growing season.
The county planner presented the
staff analysis involving t~he positive
inipacts of the-proposed agriculture
land use change. 'Brown' explained
that the change would increase local
tax revenues both directly through
the increase of property and business
taxes' as wel as in iree y invo v-
ing the payment of the six to eight
employees the operation is reported
will employ. Brown explained the
prp sdhne is mn keping w t

Vrery supportive of agriculture activi-
tes.
Ron St. John addressed the com-
mittee to explain the operation con~
Herng thi ro atioa Ithazn da ryd
Bermuda grasses would be grown un-
der the ~pivot systems where a portion
of the herds would be separated and
grazed on 8-acre parcels. The pivot
systems would be operating to cool
the cows with 720 water as well as
feeding the needed grasses water in
the grazing paddocks. This type dairy
is designed to feed the cows twice a
Continued to page 16


By Carrie A. Mizell ..
SStudents at Bell Elementary School
enjoyed a day of celebration on Tues-
`;dg courtesy of the PTA.
The 2nd Annual C'elebration .Day
included art projects, bounce houses
and,a hot dog lunch.
According toiPamela Pinna, PTO
'president, Celebraition Day was start-
ed to honor all students, rather than
just those who make the honor roller
have perfect attendance.
''We know there are kids who
struggle;` so we ~want to honor ev-
e~ryone, who tries their best," Pinna
said. "We want to make this bigger
aind better every year to show the kids
how special they are."
Students in pre-kindergarten i
through fifth grade enjoyed having
their faces painted, doing spin arut,
making pencil caterpillars, hand fans
and beaded jewelry, while also de-
signing fingerprint pictures, making
masks and decorating cooloes. do-
nated by Publix.
When they weren't inside mak-
ing art projects, students were out-
side bouncing in one of five blow
up bounce. houses, ,or hula hooping,


Ryan Stalvey and Hunter Cox, both third grade students at BES run
to get .into a bounce house.


sTheo di trit obuntySceif' e f
a registered sexual predator is riow
residing in Gilchrist County.
Steven Michael Alex, 38, has
moved in witd his parents, who reside
at 7758 SE 83rd Court, Newberry.
Alex i's 6'2" with brown hair and
brown eyes. He weighs 187 pounds.
Alex was convicted of Sexual Bat-
tery on a child by person in custodial
authority, F.S. 794.011/8(b).
Internet access to get information
on Alex and other sexual offenders
is through the website at www.fdle.
state.fl.us or by calling 1-888-357-
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By Cindy Jo Ayers .
The streetscaping and park project
proposed for NW 1st Street in Tren-
ton is progressing as commissioners
agreed Monday night to the $233,872
plan, which is less than the ~original
estimate. *
Engineer Philip Chancey attended
the meeting to go over three different
plans for the proposed project. The
original plan called for removing the
pavement and replacing it with curbs
and gutters. After the first cost esti-
mate came in at more than the current
$333,000 in the Community Rede-
velopmerit fund, the commissioners
asked Chancey to return with a less
expensive proposal.
One important feature of this proj-
ect is the park, which will be located
near the Depot and feature a rehabili-
tating lift station, park benches, and


several crepe myrtle trees. Plans also
include a sidewalk, which will run
the length of the street.
In other news from the city coun-
cil meeting, City Manager Jered Ot-
tenwess reported to the commission-
ers that there is currently only one
animal control officer. He also stated
that the county has yet to, inform the
city of this fact-
After reviewing the Animal Con-
trol Report provided to the city, Ot-
tenwess voiced several concerns:
'So far in the 08-09 fiscal year, the
aity only accounts for 9 percent of
the Animal Control calls, yet the city
pays approximately 25 percent of the
costs.
The city's payment for services is
based on "pick-up," however the in-
terlocal agreement with the county
stated that payment for services is


Steven Michael Alex


based on "total' number of animal
control calls."
The period of measurements for
these calls is from July through June.
Therefore, FYO8-09.measuring peri-
od would be from July 2007 through
June 2008. Obviously conditions


have changed dramatically.
Ultimately, the city commission-
ers decided to drop all animal control
services within the city.
The next meeting of the Trenton
City Commission will be June 15 at
5:30 p.m.


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Cetebrate! Sc-hool is ~out :for the summer


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Despite neighbors concern,

p lannin g counts s on

Teconunends approval of

TOtatlOnal grazing dairy


forward with NW 1st S~treet







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Grade 4- State Avg 2009 2008 State Avg 2009 2008
(Reading) (Reading) (Reading) (Math) (Mlath) (Math)
READING % Level % Level 3-5 % Level % Level % Level 3-5 % Level
3-5 -3-5 3-5 3-5
Bell Elem Graded 69 82 75 68 82
.Trenton Elem Grade 4 74 75 627 181
Bell Elem Grade 5 71 86 73 62 .71 6
Trenton Middle Grade 5 71 79 73 62 70 62
Bell Middle Grade 6 66 79 75 55 75 63
Trenton Middle Grade 6 66 78 72 55 56 66
Bell Middle Grade 7 .67 70 68 60 69 68
Trenton Middle Grade 7 67 79 69 60 84 74 .
Bel idle.Grade 8 54 64 61 .66 71 78
Brello Middle Grade 8 54 59 63 66 70 75
Bell HihGrade 9 47 60 54 68 75 79
Trenton High Grade 9 47 58 63 68 77 80
Bell HihGrade 10 57R 46 55 ~69 I88 79
Trenton High Grade 10 57 59 50 69 89 83
State Avg 2009 2008
(Science) (Science) (Science)
% Level % Level %r Level
3-5 3-5 3-5
Bell Elem Grade 5 46 53 48
_prenton Elem Grade 5 46 50 54
Bell Middle Grade 8 41 62 60
Trenton Middle Grade 8 ..41 57 65
Bell High Grade 11 37 48 .50
Ti-enton High .Grade 11 37 47 .65


4-10th grade FCA T scores are in for '09

By Carrie A. Mizell
District averages for Gilchrist County students were above the state averages in all science tested grade levels, according to the latest results released from
Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT).n/
Scores range from Level 1, beihg low, to Level 5, which is high. Proficiency is levels 3-5.
When Superintende'nt Don Thomas received the FCAT results, which showed that Gilchrist County was above state average in all gradp levels except
one, he said, "'We are fortunate to have dedicated teachers and supportive parents. We strive every day to be a high-performing district. We make data driven
decisions, and believe it is part of our success."
Janet Bradley, director of secondary education, said she is very proud of the 10th grade results. She also pointed out'that the district was 14 percent above
the state average in reading and 1:9 percent above the state average irl math.


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Road Signs
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Real Estate Signs
Car TagS

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For nore information, call the Su-
pervisor of Elections Office at 463-
3194 or visit www.votegilchrist.com

Free watermelon
parade mark annual
Chiefland festival
By Carrie A. Mizell
Come on down to the 55th An-
nual Chiefland Watermelon Festival
on Saturday, June 6 and enjoy a free
slice of watermelon.
Arts and Crafts booths will be set
upat the park from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
in downtown Chiefland, where free
watermelon slices will be given out
beginning at 9 a.m. A parade will
b gn at 10 a~m ad ruhaln U. .
County Road 345.
A watermelon auction will be held
at 11 a.m. and watermelon Olympics
will follow at noon.

:aeants"$ ehttpcall oliie
ementary School.
At those pageants, A4iden Roberson
and Kimberly King were crowned
Little King and Little Queen. The
Little Princess title was presented to
Morgan Elmore, and .Shelbi Crews
was crowned Watermelon Princess.
The Watermelon Queen Pageant
will be held oni Saturday beginning
at. 6 p.m. at the Chiefland Elemen-
tary Cafeteria. Admission is $2 per
person.


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Trenton Medical
C ENT E R, Inc .

Thank you to the following businesses
and individuals ~for helping
Trenton Medical Center', Inc.

raise money for the American Cancer Society's
2009 Relay for Life!


Gilchrist Building Supply, Inc.
Kelley's Auto Supply
Scaff's Supermarket
Bell Feed &; Farm
Akins Heating &r Air, Inc.
'Akins Bar-B-Q &r Grill
Smokin'Oak Sausage Co. Branford
R & E Landscaping~and Maintenance
Gilchrist. County Journal
Hitchcock's Trenton
Moon's BP

CARQUEST
Dave &r Delores Scaggs
W. A. Arrington
AMVETS Sawannee River POST 422
AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary 422
"The Crafty Crew 5"
(Sandra Holder, Susan Woodard, Sheri Matheny,
SShawn Davis, and Darlene Swendsen)
.for providing us with Snow Cream &r Sand Art
And

Mr. Rick Hodge, Mr. Terry Wolf son and Mr. Richie White
FOr their grilling expertise!!




Special Thanks to Rick Hodge
SFor organizing and collecting donations!!


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Gilchrist County Journal
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IN GILCHRIST COUNTY, 207 N. MAIN
TRENTON, FLORIDA
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JOHN IVINa AYERS II
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ASSOCIATE EDITOR

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Aleta Sheffeld and Chris Rogers
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Entered as Periodicals at the Post Offce at Trenton,
.Florida, under the act of March 3, 1879.
POSTMASTER Please Send Address Change To:
Gilchrist County.Journal, 207 N. Main Street,
Trent~on, Florida 32693


TTG CHR TST COUNTY JOURNAL


THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 2009


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By Carrie A. Mizell
Several eyebrows were raised last
week when the Gilchrist County Su-
pervisor of Election's Office sent out
post cards to all 10,816 registered
voters asking for an address confir-
mation and signature update.
According to Connie Sanchez, su-
pervisor of elections, the post cards
are sent out on' non-election years
to verify that voters have provided
the office with their correct address.
While Corrections or changes to a
voter's address can be made on the
card, changes to a voter's name o~r
party affiliation require an additional
form be completed.
If there are no changes, voters are
asked to check a box that states there
is no change and return the card to
the Supervisor of Elections Office,
the same as if there were changes.
ceme oer oailn h pxpt edd n- k
with their signature and mailing ad-
dress clearly visible.' Sanchez said


weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Voters may also drop the post cards
ineidedan envelope and mail them to
A prntly -there was concem
among seve al citizens that if voters
did not return the card-to Sanchez's
office within 30 days they would be
cut from the voters' roll. According,
to Sanchez, that is not the case, as the
cards are simply a "housdekeeping"
It em.


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SFriday Jun 5
4 p.m. T enton Farmers Matket at Depot
S8 p.m. Bell High School graduation


* DCA for Seminole
. By John M. Ayers
The Gilchrist County Commission
approved the text amendment involv-
Sing the application ,CPA 09-02 to
* identify a new land use designation of
Public Land Use/Electric Power Gen-
erating Facility in Gilchrist County's
* Comprehensive Land Use Plan. Gil-
* christ County Planner Taylor Brown
told the board that this is the second
part of a text proposal that needs to
e be submitted for consideration to the
SFlorida Department of Community
SAffairs. This- text amendment will
identify the change is land use from
A-2 to the new designated category.
Commissioner Randy Durden asked
Robert Yarborough, a representative
of Seminole Electric Cooperative,
what is the expected amount of water
Withdrawal of the proposed electric
e generating facility. Yarborough ex-
inedt~ that under the Icurrent pro-
poa ied with the Suwannee River
Water Management District, the 8
million gallons per day is within the
minimum flows and levels standard
That ha been identified by the SRW-


Electric
MD governing board. Darren Stowe,
an environmental engineer consultant
with Seminole Electric, reviewed the
permits and needed criteria ~of .the
proposed Seinunole Electric Coop-
erative plant mh Gilchrist County.
Commissioner Durden told' the
Seminole Electric group that Gil-
christ County's Nature Coast Region-
al' Water Authority is working with
the SRWMD involymng two possible
sites for regional well fields near the
proposed Seminole Electric property.
"If I have to choose between~ Nattire
Coast Regional Water Authority in-
volving water for the residents of
Gilchrist County and Seminole Elec-
tric, the residents of Gilchrist County
will get my vote,"' Durden explained.-
The board voted to submit the text
information to the Department of
Community Affairs and wait until a
reportt i~s 'ricen dc backl f~ioin the state
aieiic3.


Saturday, June' 4
~7:30 a.m. Spring Ridge Pancake Breakfast
e 6 p~m. Bluegrass Pickin at Otter Springs RV Resort
S8 P~m. Trenton High. School graduation
*. Sunday, June 7
n;Attend the church of your choice '
* Monday, June 8 .
SNoon Trenton Rotary Club meeting <
*"Ibuesday, June 9
* 9:45 a~m. Catholic Charities food distribution at Club House, Bell
.6 p.m. Gilchrist County VISION meeting at TMHS
e-'llirsdayj Agiagi: i:J? .:
'P' p-a:m -"W'or13~a rk veler~is Luncheon at The Lighthouse
* Friday, June 12
e 4 pwm. Trenton Farmers Market at Depot
.. a : a


On behalf of the Gilchrist Woman's Club, our sincere gratitude to all the special
sponsors that contributed to our annual Scholarship Fundraiser Luncheon. We
would also like to thank all our local businesses that donated door prizes. food
items and paper goods. Lynn Tillman did a super job as "'head chef." assisted by
several volunteer spouses of our members. As alvay~s. our 01171 ladies came
through with flying colors to make it all happen. wvith the assistance of 400O
hungry participants. With this "team spirit,"' we wvere able to raise enough money
to give two $1,000 scholarships to two deserving graduating
Senior young women, one each from Trenton &a Bell High L


Schools. Congratulations to all of our 2009 graduates.
and make Gilchrist County~ proud, as yrou followv your
d ream s...

Jean Troke, Publicity Chair, forAll rthe Mem~bers
of the Gilchrist Woman 's Clrb


Supervisor of Elections

asks voters for information


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ext amendment to


THtANK YOU! THA~NK YOU!

THANK YOU!I THANK YOU!

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THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 2009


Meet Your Neighbor


military, or enter a trade school. With
God as your guide, all things really
are possible; and I believe that He has
great things in store for each one of
you.
It's true, life as you know it will
end when you walk across the stage
at graduation on Friday or Saturday
night; but that doesn't mean the good
times are over, that you will lose
friendships, or that you can never
. come home again. Gilchrist County
will always be here with open arms
to welcome you home, while also
Cheering you on as you go out into

theb qoe a poem by Dr. Seuss, ti
tied "Oh, the Places You'll Go..."

Congratulations!
Today is your day.
You're off to Great Places!
You 're off and away!
You have brains in your head.
'You have feet in your shoes
You can steer yourself
Any direction you choose.
You're on your own. And you know ~
what you know.
And YOU are the guy who 'll decide
where to go.


0OOK ING AND CARR YI N' ON

By Cindy Jo Ayers


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have been trying of late. Nonethe- -4. :;
less, \vhy do so many of you want to :
make this investing thing so difficult? ""
Forget abolit daily stock trading, or
buying mutual funds. Forget about
receiving "help" fromi your friendly
stBck broker, or tips from Un~cle Joa..
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both with a track record of positive
earnings growth aind a future that is :
alligned with the ecohomy. In, doing
so, you are likely to outperform the
vast majority of mutual fixnds and in-
dexes during any 3-to-5 year period. country's most ethical corporations.
That statement is based on aboixtiur Furthermore, food is an excellent
decades of Wa~ll Street experience. example of a sector with total inelas~
Understand that the emphasis is on ticity. That means in general there
you and what you believe and idehnti- is no substitute product should food
fy with, hot what someone else says. prices rise. You still have to eat. And,
However, also understand that in while yout may cut back on the quan-
todayr's environment you simply canl tityr purchased or switch to a lower
not mnvest an~d then forget.Keep an priced but comparable item, if you
eye on your investments; make sure have been an on-going consumer of
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said they would do. probable that you will continue in that
So by now you are probably thinik- veih, despite any price increases.
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Unyl Letters


Our family was greatly blessed
with the arrival of little Gus on Sat-
urday afternoon. Our son, J. and his
sweet wife Lyndsay brought Gus
home on Monday morning and ev-
eryone is just fine. Gus was dressed '
up in the sweetest little blue outfit
you ever saw for his homecoming
trip. His feet are big buit not too big
for the old fashioned crochet booties
that his mother also came home from
the hospital in. .
Gus has a head full of brown hair
about the color of Lyndsay's. J. jok-
ingly tells everyone, that Gus has
more hair than he does. All I laow
is that he i~s about the sweetest little
guy I've ever seen.
His name is Augustus Min Ayers
and he will be called Gus. I know the
name is a mouthful but for my family I
it could not be sweeter. Min is after
his father J., who is named after his
father and great grandfather J. Min
Ayers. Gus is named after my fa-
ther Lloyd Orlando Beauchamp, Sr.
who was called Gus by family mem-

lf Dddy a cle susM e nds
he looked so much like his great
grandfather Augustus "Gus" Carey
Beauchamip who moved his family to
Levy County from Allian~ce, Florida
(near Marianna) before 1900.
I know that J. s PaPa would be tick_
led pink to k~now about little Gus and
very pleased that J. chose to name
him Gus.
When J. was a very young boy, long
before kindergarten Daddy would call
me an say that he was conung to get
J. for a few'days. J. was always happy
to have the opportunity to hang out
with PaPa. Daddy was always ready
to come pick him up but never ready
to return J. So when I began to miss


for 2009. Kellogg posted 2008 earn-
ings of $2.99 per share. So I was a
penny light. Given the economy, that
was probably not a bad forecast.
For the first quarter of this year,
Kellogg reported net earnings of
'$321 million, a 2 percent increase
from last year's $315 million. Earn-
ings on a per share basis were $0.84,
o4thpebrsom ncras whn com no d
that the first quarter results included
an estimated $0.05 per share impact
due tothe cost of~ the: recent peantit-

Net sales decreased 3 percent to
$3.2 billion, while cash flow, defied
as cash from wprtn acii s ls

lio for th carter.
SAs part of its earnings ainnounce-
nment, Kellogg indicated that it plans
to increase its up-front charges for
cost reduction initiatives from $0.14
per share to $0.22 per share, nhile
still maintaining the previously an-
nounced 2009 guidance 'of 3-4 per-
cent net sales growth and mid single-
digit operating profit growth,
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LIG CHRIST COUNTY JO


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By Carrie
It's hard to believe it's been nine
years since I crossed the platform on
Tiger field, clad in a black cape and
pointed hat to accept my high school
diploma.
Good gracious, P'm old! Despiite
the years and my fading memory,
I can still recall the sunset, tears of
fellow classmates and blitterflies in
my stomach. It wasn't just fear that I
might trip and fall on that long trash
bag like garment I was wearing, but
also trepidation over the unknown.
What comes next?
At the time I thought I would go
off'to college, gaet my de re and pur

tion. Of course it wasn't until I spent
almost two years in college, com-
pleting all my pre-requisites for an
education degree, that I realized miy
passion for the newspaper business.
Big surprise, right? Believe it or not,
it was for me
My point in all this is to say, gradu-
ating seniors, you don't have to have
all the answers right now. The truth
is, seniors, you will change so much
over the next year that you will hard-
ly recognize your old high school self
once you go off to college, join the


Name: Gilma Carranza
Lives: Bell (for the last six years)
Family: Husband of six years, Juan;
one sister and one brother
Pets: Mine just got run over like a
week ago so I don't have any pets.
Works: Senior clerk at,the Gilchrist
County Health Department
Likes of your job: Being able to
help people. Some people don't have
anywhere else to go. They 'come to
me for everything, a passport, pa-
perwork, they even ask me to make
therb a doctor's appointment with
another doctor...not us.
Dislikes of your job: Not enough
time to do everything
Hobes .dI like to sleep. Discon-
Favorite movie: I like funny mov_

Favorite food: Anythin~g that's bar_
becued
What do you like about living in
Gilchrist County? 11To traffic
S mthn not maypole kn w
abmue y u?nPeomle don'tohow I~m
a U.S. citizen. They assume I'm
not
Summer plans: I want to go to the
muntains
Political hot topic you feel strongly
about: Immnigration. A lot of people
think all immigrants who come to


the U.S. are here to' take something
away. They don't realize some, not
all, but some are here to work and
support their families like everyone
else.
First job: Waitress at Howard John-
son in Miami. I was 17 and I didn't
know what clam chowder was; our
culture doesn't eat that. People kept
ordering it and I thought, what is
that?!
If you were stranded on an island,
what are three things you could
not do without? God, my husband,
my mother and my brother ... oh
that's four!


him I would have to drive down to
Cedar Key and bring him home.
I remember one afternoon in par-
ticular ivbile packing his bag for a
few days at PaPa's house J. hopped
with happiness from one black high-
top converse clad foot to the other
he said to me, "Momma, Momma,
pack all my clothes; I'm never com-
ing back home" That pretty much
sums up their relationship, there was
just no place better to be than with
PaPa. As the years went on J. learned
to hunt, fish, a little about building
things a~nd he also learned a lot about
being a good man and life mn general
from his PaPa aka Gus.
How blessed we are to have chil-
dren and grandchildren. We have
all been humbled by the~ birth of our
little grandson and I thank the good
Lord for little Gus. Tell me, is there
anything sweeter on the face of the
earth than a newborn baby.

It is abibut time for sweet corn to be
coming in around our area.

8 ears s~weet corn
1 cup sweet omion, minced
8 slices bacon, minced

2 cups chicken stock'
salt and pepper to taste
Grate corn off of ears. Saut6 the
bacon and onion until translucent.
Add cream and cook until cream is
reduced by half. Add chicken stock.
Cook 10 minutes, add corn and cook
about 5 or 10 miliutes, and serve.
Add salt and pepper to, taste. You
can thicken this chowder by melting
2 tablespoons butter and adding 2
tablespoons flour to butter, cook un-
til golden brown and add to chowder.
Yields 8 servings.


enable Kellogg to reduce its annual
costs by $1 billion by the end of~2011.
The guidance also includes a cost of
approximately $0.06 per share in
2009 from peanut-related recalls-
The intrinsic .value of the shares,
using a discounted earnizigs approach
with an earnings growth rate of 8.8
percent and a discount rate of 10 per-
ent isv $52 re rshae. The our c n-
model produces an intrinsic value of
$74 per s are.
I am r~e 3n 2m e rnnos esat
per share 2010. My 12 month price
target is ~$49 per share, for a gain of
10 pecnt ovrthe recent price of
$43.3 eln dition, there is a 3.10
percent dividend yield. You can e-
mail Rudd at LVERudd@aol.com.


pick under the oaks or on the nice big
pbrc enound teBiCypre Ld.
btitwe would appreciate donation to
help out on the groups' travel expens-
es. All you have to do is bring your-
self oxit to Otter Spnings RV Resort
where you~can have a great time and
enjoy some good old time Bluegrass
music. Call and reserve a full hookisp


Resort 352-463-0800 or Avww.~otter-
,springs.com. Otter Springs Park and
Campground is located at 6470 SW
80th Avenue, Trenton, FL 32693
Hope to see ya there! !!


World War II Veteran
Luncheon
All World War II Veterans are in-
vrited to attend our ditch treat lun-
cheon on Thursday, June 11. We'll
meet at 11:30 a.m. at the Lighthouse
Restaurant in Fanning Springs.
This will be our last meeting un-

Billi %eoope 35-49396 nr Io
Halvorsen 352-542-7697.
God bless all veterans and God
bless America.
Submitted by Dot Halvorsen
542-7697


Suwannee River Water
'Management District
Governing Board
M etig
oceTu sFiy June 9, 2009, the Su-
wannee River Water Management
District's Governing Board will nicet
at 9:00 a.m. at District Headquarters,


hearings on regulatory and land ac-
Sqxusition matters. A workshop will
follow the .Governing Board mneet-
ing t k ndha-
A mee ings, woe uhops, n eL
ings are open totep bic.



Bluegrass Pickin to be
held at Otter SpringS
The Suwannee Valley Bhiegrass
Picking takes place at Otter Springs
RV Resort, Saturday June 6th. Bring
your homemade favorite dessert to
share as you listen to some of the
ietbugas 11 upsa 6 omO F d.
the Big Cypress Lodge and the music
will go on until everyone goes home.
If you would like to come out earlier
and set around~ and pick, we would
enjoy having you come on out and


Bell High School
ClRSs of 1957 reunion
Bell High School Class df 1957
will be meeting at Akins BBQ on


fun remembering our high school
days and catching up with friends
and families. Meet us there around
3:30 and bring photos and anything
you would like to share.For questions '
you can call Emma at 352- 332- 4762
or.cell phone 352- 538 -1263.


Dan Jenkins Reunion
The reunion for the Family of Dan
and Effie Je'nkins will be Saturday,
June 6th at the Hart Springs Pavilion.
Family and friends are all invited.
Bring a picnic lunch. Paper goods
and ice will be furnished. Lunch will
be at 12 p.m.


It was lying o~n the side of the road on the corner to my
horise. A single beer can discarded as al piece of trakh by a
person who had used its contents to fill a pleasure and
then thrown out the window. I have seen hundreds of
discarded cans and this one was no different,with the
exception of what it represented at that moment. The
appeal of its contents had caused a person to purchase it
and then consume the momentary feeling of pleasure.
When the can was emptied, it had no use and was
carelessly thrown out for someone else to, pick up. It was
empty. It had no use. It had lost its appeal. It was but for a
moment. It was worthless. .
Man has always sought for the momentary pleasures to
fill his void. Looking for the appeal of alcohol man seeks
out these cans of vipers poison and drinks his fill. and
while finding a sense of satisfaction for the moment
realizes that it is only for a moment. His life is like the can
She threw away emptied, rejected, little use, shallow and
unfulfilled. ,Lives have been destroyed because of
intoxicating drink. Families are torn apart daily by its
presence in the home. Young people live with
consequences of their actions through the use of alcohol
for the rest of their lives. As Herman Melville wrote in
"Moby Di'ck, it i's truly a "demon. "
The wise man wrote~in Proverbs 23:29-35, "Who has
woe? Who has sorrow? Who has contentions? Who has
complaints? Who has wounds without cause? Who has
redness of eyes? Those who 'linger long~ at the wine,
those who go in search of mixed wine. Do not look on
the wine when it is red, when it sparkles in the cup, when
it swirls around smoothly; at the last it bites like a
serpent, and stings like a yviper. Your eyes see strange
things, and your heart will utter perverse things. Yes, you


will be like one. hho lies down in the midst of the sea, or
like one who lies at the top of the m~ast, saying, 'They
have struck me, but I was not hurt; they have beaten me,
Sbut Idid notfeel it. When shall Iawake, that Imay seek
another drink?"'People of Godphave been shown by the
Lord that alcohol has no yahiie in their lives and no
purpose. The~ great tragedy of its use is the end result like
a discarded can on the side of the road.
The appeal of momentary pleasure has driven many to
~the basement of alcohol's deceit. There is no value in
following a life of drunkenness or even flitting with the
dangers of drinking as many do in what they refer to as
"social drinking. ", That makes as much sense as "social.
fornicatibn. The appeal of the Lord is for His people to be
"obedient children, not conforming ourselves to thre
former lusts, as in your ignorance; but as He who ~called
you is holy, you also b~e holy in all your conduct, because
it is written, 'Be holy, for I am holy'" (1 Peter 1:14-16).
Peter quotes from Leviticus 11:44 where the appeal of God
to the people is for them to "sanctify" themselves before
Him. One cannot sanctify themselves with a beer in hand.
Someone will pick the beer can up and throw it away. It
will be left to families to pick up the pieces of shattered
lives. Many who have fund themselves in the slavery of
alcohol will find their lives thrown on the side of the road
as nothing more than an empty life. Christ has the answer
and it is found in His love, His mercy, His forgiveness and
I-lis strength to overcome. He is the way out of sin, He is
the only truth` one can find about sin and He is the only one
who can give life to empty lives (John 14:6). His path
leads to the Father and' to salvation. Don't throw your life
away. Be filled with the Spirit (Ephesians 5:18)


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Congratulations to Burgandy
Gayle Nash, who on May' 1, 2009
graduated from Santa Fe with an
Associate of Science Degree in
Cardiovstscular Technology. She
will be an Echocardiography/Vas-
cular Ultrasound Technologist
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come to the Club House on Tuesday,
Junie 9.
Again, there are no criteria to re-
ceive some help other than need.
Christ's love extends to us all.


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352.472.4943 or 866.376.4943


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(Located 3 miles North of Bell on CR-340 West)
Pastor/Church Off~ee 386-935-3575
Delores Corbin 386-294-3853


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GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 2009


P~rr~ Fnllr


Timely Garden Tips
Sooty mold
I've been asked many times about
the black residue that gets on many of
our plants like gardenia, crepe myr-
tle, citrus, and lots of other plants.
It's sooty mold, a black fungus that
grows on the excretion (honeydew)
of aphids, mealy bugs, soft scales,
and particularly that of whiteflies.
This fungus detracts from the beau-
ty of ornamental plants and reduces
their photosynthetic activity.
Sooty mold can be washed off of
the leaves with several applications
of soapy water. However, you haven't
got the culprit, because it will come
back until you destroy the source.
For control of aphids, whiteflies,
mealy bugs, thrips, and spider mites,
use an insecticidal soap. Mix as di-
rected on the label, and spray over the
top and underside of the leaves. For
scales use an oil spray with 55 per-
cent malathionl. Diazinon is another
suggested material for scales. Read
your labels closely, spray two or
more times, and avoid getting sprays
on your skin, and be careful not to
breathe in fumes. Change clothing
and wash thoroughly after using any
insecticide.
Timely ~Gardening Tips are brought
to you by Leonard Allen of Allen's
Nursery, Hwy. 55 A, Old Town, 542-
7284 or 356-0288.


Catholic Charities tO

T ec Cahle dchatieb onthvan
Clb Hue inBe Ion Tu say,oJne
9 for distribution of food and other
items to our neighbors. The time will
be 9:45 a.m
SWe wish again to thank the City of
Bell for their support and especially
te lctar lo luees .who helped wt


nunter Ituen 3matn

'Baby Smith
Proud parents Travis and Jennifer His maternal grandparents are Rog-
Smith would like to introduce their er Riker of Chiefland and Fran Mc-
son, Hunter Allen Smith. Hunter was Crady of Crystal River. His paternal
bornon April 23, 2009. He weighed grandparents are Tracy and Karen
7 pounds, 4 ounces and was 20 1/2 Smith;~ great grandparents, Ray and
inches long.' Eunice Smith of Trenton.


Alexandra Cunningham and John James


Alexandra Cunningham, daughter University, will attend the Medical
of Robin Lane of Tampa and New College of the University of Mis-
York, New York, and the late Antho- souri. The groom, a summa cum
ny Cunningham of Tampa, and John laude graduate of Tulane Law School,
James, son of Charles and` Lynne has entered practice in the family law
James of O'Fallon, Missouri, were firm.
married in a garden ceremony at the A reception honoring the young
home of the bride's grandparents, couple will be held. June 5, 2009 at
Gloria Richards Minto and H. Gor- Windows in Washington in St. Louis,
don Minto of Bell on Saturday, May Missouri, hosted by the groom's par-
16, 2009 at 4:00 p.m. ents, Charles and Lynne Jarihes.
The bride was given away by her After a wedding trip to the Yucatan
grandfather, Gordon M1into. Her Peninsula, 1Vexico, Alexandra and
uncle, Gary Richards of Gainesville,' John will reside in Columbia; Mis-
performed the ceremony; 'and the souri and St. Louis, Missouri.
ringbearer was' the bride's nephew,
Aidan Cunningham of Tampa. The
University of Florida String Quartet S e~ai
provided the superb music. A re- OE
ception and dinner were held in the
gardert following the ceremony. The Happy Birthday wishes to Cora
many happy family members gave Langford on Julie 4; June Mauldin,
heart-warming toasts to the happy Steven Quincey, Airon Martin, Rob-
couple. The many family members ert Ferris, and Shawn Kirby on June
attending from different parts of the 5; Jason Durden', Melvin Aylor, Dr.
USA and Afghanistan enjoyed a very John Frazier, Lyle Wilkerson, Ron-
f tive party.. .,-;'da. Parrish, John M~authner. and Nil-
T--Ihe- brides..ta gadatfo Emosry-Rl44Ghd'ayi! on Ju~ne 6. TEd Henle)~,
... ..Sibyl~ Dow lnin. Matrthew Rexroar
Baird Resener, Coy Connistser, and
A. J. Gaylord on June 7; Wendy
Langford, Avery Beckelheimer, Linh
Diana "Tang Nguyen, and Kaila Ma-
sonheimer on June 8; Troy Wiske,
r Earl Gay, Don McLeary, and Kaden
ii: Bryce Beville on June 9; Kyle Baker,
.Syndi Bivens, Celia Loughner, and
i, Christine Smith on Junel.10
< Happy Anniversary wishes to
J~ur Frank and Teri Rubi on June 6, Mr.
and Mrs. Rick Lawrence and Da-
vid and Katherine Houser on June 7;
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Thigpen on June
9; and Mr. and Mrs. Hamp Smith on
June 10.


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vrer the untamed nature of God!

:ation Bible School ~
Child. Wood Forest ~
ne 7 Thursday, June 11
6:00 ]- 8:30 pm .(


Grove Baptist Church
/ 1 6655 NW CR-339
Trenton,, Fori7 9 3 69 ,.
35.2-63-21.51 ..


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New Car Replacement. Sound good?
It's time you gave me a calL
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Marriage applications in
Gilchrist County
Jordan Kyle Hilliard, 2/2/1986,
of Arcadia and Belinda Joy Dees,
1/21/1986, of Branford.
Kevin Andrewi Darcy, 11/8/1970,
aind Summer Rain Everhart, 9/9/1970,
both of Branford.
Robert Travis Holder, 4/20/1983,
and Samaritha Jo O'Neal, 10/16/1983,
both of Trenton.


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Davi d Swilley & Steve Jenkins
630 NE Santa Fe BLvd, High Springs
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THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 200


Heart Matters


l~f: ';''~:~Res id ent ial & Cm mer ci al .
Service ViVork & New Construction
Additions, Remodeling, Etc. .

FPREEM~HAN PLUMBING, INC
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Trenton Rotary Club to host Rotary Long Term Youth Exchange


PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH
S16655 N. W. CR-339 Trenton, Florida 32693 t
352-463-2151
www.opbefl.comr
Rev. Greg Douglas, Pastor
Rev. Rickey Whitley, Minister of Evangelism & Youth
Rev. Emanuel Harris, Minister of Education & Children
Charles Brock, Music director
;ared Douglas, College & Career
Sunday School............:............. ..'.......i......l ...... 9: 15 a.m.
Morning Worship ..................:............................ 10:30 a.m.
Evening Worship ................................................. 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday NVight Services: 65pji i
KidM o .................... ... ... :
Prayer Meeting, Youth, College & Career .,.. ................. 7:00 p.m.
Nursery provided for ~all services -



K d's Wo rld
Pree-School Learning Center, Inc.
A private school for your child's ~early gleaming years.


was living proof of the danger we
place ourselves in looking at what
can bring no good. He is infamous
for looking at the forbidden fruit of
another man's wife, that which he
could not have without sin. (His story
is found in 2 Samuel, chapter 11) We
also find from his life that good inten-
tions are not enough. There must be
self-control and discipline.
The good news is that all TV is not
bad. In fact, there is some' fun, en-
tertaining and even educational pro-
grams, but we have to be intentional
in our choices ,for our children and
for ourselves. That said, quality does
:not sanction. quantity.Make a plan
this summer to get off the couch and
invest in life. Check out your local
library, the children's programs of-
fered by many area churches', and en-
joy the outdoors. Keep the TV view-
ing in balance for a healthier family,
physically and spiritually, because
their hearts matter. Blessings, Angie



churc News


Bell Church of God
hosting Concert
The Bell Church of God will be
i ocrt wib Psalm 101 on June
273nc0e9 be inmi at 7:00 p.m
The church is loc ted at 5320 N'
Hw 129 in Bell. Everyone is
invi ed. For more information
please call 386-935 2006 '





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SCell #(352) 210-0062
Iralter Freeman
Matr Plumbjer


School is almost out and here
comes summer! Will oyur kids spend
their break with the typical pastimes
of swimming, mowing grass, read-
ing books and riding bikes? Not ac-
cording to recent studies; they are
ghted to the tube, as summer brings
a 155% spike in children's TV view-
ing. This has become such a con-
cern that the American Academy of
Pediatrics published a report identi-
fying our children's TV habits as "a
national health hazard, contributing
to kids' obesity, and serving them an
unhealthy portion of murder, con-
sequence-free sex and commercial
messages every year."
A1 quick flip through the channels
confrms the findings of this report.
Not so many years ages American
morality would not have stood for
the thilig's that are freely flowing on
TV today: promiscuity, coarse jokes,
~blatant disrespect on every level:
children to parents, teachers and
the elderly, men to women and vice
versa, the betrayal of friendships, not
to mention the sex and violence, all
bathed in crude humor. What in the
worlthirn wets aching? D hwe m-
tions" will not affect our thoughts
and actions, as well as those of our
children?
The Bible records King David's
words in' Psalm 101:3, I will. set
no wicked thing before unne eyes."
The word for wicked in thie original
Hebrew language actually means
"worthless, good for nothing; unprof-
itable." In his commentary oil the
Bible, Mattheyr Henry explains the
verse like thi's: "..~. we must see that
what we set our eyes upon be right
and good and not any forbidden fruit,
and that we never\seek that which
we cannot have without sin. It is the
character of a good man that he shuts
his eyes from seeing evil." David


rrentOn C.OmmUnit NaZ8FCC c, UCh :

.(2. miles west of tra ~ic lierbt on SR-2G)

10:;0 a.m. Sunday worship Service evc

7:oo .n.-Wednesda worsh sevie

+b)-1057 -i Pastor Merle Goodrich.


TrBRIOR IInitSI Methellist Church
? ~203 NE 2nd Street
Tre3 -n 6L 238267

Sunday morning worship at 11 a.m.
Wednesday evening Bible study at 6 p.m.
a~H ank Cribb, Pastor


ThucLc' a rueet, uweet Ioptst ;/h. ~timet phuel


BETHELL BAPTI[ST 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.
Awana Program -Wed, 6:30, p~m.
7070 S.W CR-334 k Trentabi, FL 32693

Music Minister: R~ick Reed '352-463-2028
Youth Director: AGaron Bachle
bethelit@bellsouth. net www. backtobethel. org

We Welcome You To .

IMt. Nebo Baptist Church (sec)
4200 N.W. CR-340, Bell, FL 32619
( 3 miles North of Bell onHw y -3 40 West )
Sunday School ........~......i......i............. 9:45 am
.Morning Worship ...;..~.......................... 11 am
(Children's Church and Nursery Provided)
E ening W ors ip ..........~............:........... .. p
Wecdnesclay Evening Services:
AWANA 6:15pmh, Youth "JAM" night &~ Adult Bible Study... 7 pm
Pastor: Rev. Jimmy Corbin
Minister of Youth: Matt Holtsclaw
Church Phone: 386-935-3575
**Commitede to eaching ecome for asse**"


YO U ARE WELCOME AT

PRISCILIA BAPTIST CHUR CH
(352) 463-1562
5509 S.W. County Road 232, Bell, Florida
(Between Bell & Trenton 2.5 miles West of SR 129)

Sunday School........................... 10:00 AM
"f Morning Worship....................... 11:00 AM "
Evening Worshi .............6:00 PM
Wednesday Night Prayer/Youth...7:30 PM
Be a part of an exciting time of Worship and Bible Study.


7 pm Don & Jriunsford


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ADULT BIBLE STUDBY, CILDRBEN9, &r Y~OUTH... 6:3Co PM

PASTOR:i TRAVI$g MOODY
MINIST9"8ER OF Y@nOUTH: ROIBBIE BEACH
~CHwUtRH PHON~E: 3C52-4723845
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118 NE 2nd St., Trenton, FL~
"Obedience' Bringps Blessing~s"


* APPL;EAccredited Pre-K
* School Readiness Program
* Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten
*,CDA Cekitified Teachers
* USDA Food Pr~gram
* Highscope Curriculum
* CPR/First Aid Certified
* Ages 2-12
Stop by for a tour of our facility.


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Sunday Serv~ice Times Wednesday Nights
9:45 a.m. Sunday School Supper 5:30 p.m.
11:00 a.m. Worship Awana 6:20 p.m.
4:30 p.m. Life University Cross-Eyed Teen Ministry 6:30 p.m.
6:00 p.m. Evening Service Adult Bible Study and Prayer 7:00 p.m.
Christian Life University
Connecting Your Life with God's Word
Divorce Care "Hlelping to Heal the Scars of Divorce"
Divorce Care 4 Kids "Helping Kids Deal with Divorce"
The Parenting Adventure "How to Prepare Your Kid For Life"
Crown Financial "True Financial Freedom"
The Way of The Master "Sharing the Gjospel Like Jesus"
Teen Ministry Teams
Children's "His Kidz" Choir
352-463-2038 www.fbetrentonfl.or


www.pDriscillaatbell. org


Age is just a state of anind and life can lbe sult fun,,
YOU Still know how to live as much as anyone....


Love from Wendy, Wesley, Anthony and Leslie


Page Five


LIG CHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


mrrrr~~c~~*~r rrhe n~n


The children waited in line to ride the waterslide.


Last Wednesday night, the Pine
Grove Baptist Church kicked'off the
summer with a fun night for the kids.
There was a huge inflatable water
slide as well as a large bouncy house-
The~ kids* (and adults) enjoyred hot
dogs, cotton candy, pop corn, nachos
and cheese and snow cones. Pine
Grove has a fun summer planned for


the kids with VBS starting on June 7-
June 11 beginning at 6:00 p.m., fol-
lowed by Mega Sports Camp which
will run each Wednesday night from
June 17 untilAugust 5 from 6: 30-8:00
p.m. Mega Sports Gamp will feature
Soccer, Basketball and Cheerleading.
K~idMo will start again on August 12
at 6:30.


Some of the children ulanted Bro. Greg to go dow the slide as well.~
If you would like more information' day, June' 4 from 1:00-5:00 p.m. at
on any of these programs, please feel the Trenton City Park for registration
free to call the church office at 463- for these events. The~ waterslide and
2151 or come and join us on Thurs- bouncy house will be at the park that
~day!


Student
The Trenton Rotary Club is going
to sponsor a long term Rotary Yoluth
Exchange student from Germany for
the 2009-2010 school year. The stu-
dent from~ Germany whose name is
Malte Smoor~ is seventeen years old
and lives in Meppen, Niedersachsen,
Germariy. Malte's father is a Pres-
byterian miinister in their hometown
and his mother is a school teacher.
M~alte is a musician; he plays the bass
fiddle, and he has a special interest
in theater. He has excellent grades
in school and' he speaks and writes
English very well. The long term
Rotary Youth Exchange spends the
entire school year here in Gilchrist
County taking the same curriculum


that one of our students would take.
Because the school year is so long
and in order to ~make the exchange
more interesting and diverse for the
foreign.student, they live with 3 dif-
ferent families while they are here ip
Gilchrist County.
The Trenton Rotary Club is looking
for 3 host families for Malte while he
is here and while it is not required
that the host families have school
aged children in the home the club is
hoping to find at least 2 out of the 3
host families that do have a male high
school student that is either a junior
or senior in high school at either Bell
or~renton~schools. Host families are
not compensated monetarily but what


a great cultural` and learning experi-
ence it is for the hosts.- If you think
that you might be interested, please
call one of our International Service
C~orhmittee members, either Mh~ichael
Faught (352) 463-23 80 work or (352)
221-0101 cell or Ed Philman (352)
463-3400.
This long term youth exchange is
much different from the short term
exchange that several locals fanulies
are familiar with. The Trenton Ro-
tary Club has arranged for several
short term student -exchanges with


Germany~ over the past few years,
and they have been very successful
and rewarding for the families that
have participated.` The short term
exchange program has our students
travelling to~ Germany to live: with
a German student and their family
for three weeks in the summer, then
the German student travels back to
the United States with our student to
spend three weeks here with his or
her partner family.


Services:
Sunday School
Praise: & Worshiip/KidZone
Evening Worship
We nsdye (ht Su )ice &


Credkt Car s
State Certified


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352-483-3555
Corner of Hwy. 129 & S.R. 47, Trenton
(Across from Trenton High School)


Owners/Directors
Amy Wesley Woods
Holly Wesley Bussard


License #CO3GI0006


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Associate Pastor of Children and Youth
ll Zane Salyers


Pastor
Keith McConne


Pastor Jerry Milton


Youth Director Josh Dease


Pine Grove Baptist Church Events


Assembly of God
9579 US-129 S Trenton, Florida
463-7004 ,
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Thre BES Kindergarten Class of 2009 sings a song during the gradulation ceremony. '

BE S Celebrates its Little Graduates
By Ashley Jones day nighti Over 65 little Bulldogs the Bulldog pride promise and fol- sentation of their song, by request
To the tune of a triumphant march, marched across the stage mn front of lowed up by singing a song, they had from the crowd, and a recessional.
courtesy of~ Mr. Sander's record a cafeteria packed with family and prepared for the occasion. Then, each It was truly a wonderful program
player, four classes of Kiddergar- friends. class had their turn to have the gradu- to cap off a great year. Congratula-
ten graduates entered the cafeteria After the processional, the kinder- ates recognized individually. The tions to all of the 'BES Kindergarten
to, show off their accomplishments partners' said the pledge ~along with program ~ended with an encore pre- class of 2009.
to a very proud audience last Tues~


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THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 2009


PCl~ SiV


Nathan Stotler was the lucky student who won the chance to put a pie
in Mr. Deen's face. Nathan was very surprised tfo be the recipient of
his own pie. Mr. D~een had his own pie hidden; away until the perfect
moment. Pictured: Rami Rhodes, Nathan Stotler and Mr. Deen.


The Trenton Elementary School's
First Annual Spring Flin'g Extrava-
ganza was a huge success. It couldn't
have been possible without the help
of many! We would like to thank
all parents, volunteers, and staff for
their help. We could not possibly list
all of our helpers, but some special
helpers that wuere seen around cam-
Gilch-rist COl
SAd ve rt is in
$~~ Faxt Serv~ice
i 463-


pus helping wefle: Julie Thomas, Rob
Rankin, Cloud Haley, Amanda Lang-
ford and her husband,:and Tammy
Beauchamp. We would also like to
thank Larry Grant and Michael Wilk-
erson for the donation of watermelon.
The students had a great day and the
weather was perfect! We couldn't .
have asked for a better day!

unty Journal
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the University of Florida to study
microbiology with her goal of being
a doctor.
fly graduation, Brenna Land had
completed 25 hours of coursework
through the dual-enrollment program
with Lake City Community College
towards her Associate of Arts degree.
Her plans are to complete her pro-
gram through Lake City Community
College and then pursue a Bachelor's
degree in nursing from the University
of Florida.
Travis Whitley has already won
numerous awards and commenda-
tidns in science and mathematics.
Because of this and his academic
record, he has been accepted to the
University of Florida and plans to
study mechanical, and aerospace en-
gineering.
-Other scholarship winners wbiire
as follows: Kaci Anguish and' Court-
ne Suioes, Lii aNC amt High
dar Key High School; Kali~opi Hicks,
MhesH nd Hg Schol hN hole Zar-
Dylan Odell, Williston High School.
CFEC congratulates the scholar-
ship winners and all of the graduat-
ing seniors from high schools in our
service area.


students to pursue their educational
goals. ..
Scholarship recipients were select-
ed from 7,810 applicants from across
the country. Selections were based
on the applicant's academic record,
FFA and other school and community
,activities, supervised agricultural ex-
perience program in agricultural edu-
cation arid future goals.
The National FFA Organization,
formerly known as the Future Farm-
ers ofAmherica, is a national youth or-
ganization of 5()7,763 student mem-
bers--all preparing foricadership and
careers in the science, business and
technology of agriculture--as part of
7,439 local FFA chapters in all 50
states, Puerto Rico and the Virgin'
Islands. The National FFA Organi-
zlatiori changed to its present name


in 1988, in recognition of the growth
and diversity of agriculture arid agri-
cultural education. The FFA mission
is to make a positive differences in
the lives of students by developing
their potential for prermer leadership,
personal growth and career success
through agricultural education. Visit
www~ffa.org for more information.


CFEC AnnounceS
Scholarship Winners
Central Flondha Electric Coopera-
tiehrecentlyaannoun dd the S hal s
ship Program. Ten scholarships were
awarded in all, ind these students re-
ceive4.$1,000 toward furthering their
education in an accredited university,
conimunity college or trade school.
Bel" Higs Shooh an nd Tentn Hg
Bchooa were rna Damon a
ner from Newberry High School w~as
Tmica Dae ond has maintained a
4,0 grade point avera e throughout
her academic career while also being
involved in the NHS Music Program
and Marching Band, plus Beta Club,
Yearbook, church.activities and vol-


The National FFA Organization
Sawarde~d a $1,000 Ford Trucks/Built
:Ford Tough .Scholarship to David
Kirkland of Be~ll High School FlFA.
;White Ford company, as a special
Project of the National FFA Founda- .
Stion, sponsors the scholarship. David
Plans to use the funds to pursue a
Degree at Santa Fe Community Col-
Slege. '
This scholarship is one of 1,462
Awarded ~through the National FFA
SScholarship Program this ye3r Cur-
Srently, 128 corporate sponsors gener-
ously contribute approximately $2.2
Million to support this program. This
is the 25th year that scholarships have
been made available through the Na-
:tional FFA Foundation by business
Sand industry sJpon s~r to reward and
Encouraged excellence and enable


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Transportation Qff~ice 1-800-833-5702
BELL ELEMENTARY
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BELL HIGH SCHOOL
1:00pm .Early Release @BHS .
End of4th nine weeks
8:00pm .Bell Graduation @BHS Football Field
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Trenton Elementary School's

First Annual Spring Fling

Extravaganza


SNational FFA Scholarship Awarded to Local Student


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THURSDYn, J UNE 4, 2009 urvru vv --

Bell Middle High School students win the First Annual

SmokeScreeners Competitiop
Students from six public schools competition as a part of theT annual
in Gilchrist and Dixie Counties com- Kick Butts Day activities. Students
peted against each other in a contest at Bell reviewed hundreds of movies
sponsored by the Quit Doc Research as part of the competition. Both the
and Education Foundation. The stu- middle school and high school groups
dents reviewed movies as part of Quit won a trophy and SWAT club party as
Doc's SmokeScreeners Program that part of their victory celebration.
looks at the impact of onscreen to- "The students at Bell Middle High
bacco images on youth tobacco use. School worked very hard to win this
The contest was introduced and. competition," reported Tracy De-
organized in each'school through the Cubellis of Quit Doc Research and
Students .Working Against Tobacco Education Foundation.."It's exciting
club,~ or SWAT. -High School club to see a group of youth so dedicated
:I leader, Raiy Stoel, and Middle School to advocating for themselves, and
club leader, Linda Lyles, encouraged interested in getting the word out to
their SWAT clubs to participate in the others about the impact of smoking
images in the media."!


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2008 A'nnuarl Drinking Water Quality Replort


FanningSprvings, Florida 32693
We're pleased to present to you this year's Annual Water Quality Report. This report is designed to inform you about the quality water and services we deliver to you every day. Our constant goal is to pjro~de
you with a safe adid dependable supply of drinking water. We want you to understand the efforts we make to continually improve the water treatment process and protect our water resources. We are
committed to ensuring the quality of your water. Our water sources are two active wells located by the Kik-A-Ha subdivision. The wells draw from the Florida Aquifer. The water is chlorinated to ensure
disinfection. This report is, for review,iat Fanning Springs City Hall at 17651 NW 90th Corirt.
In 2008 the Department of Environniental Protection performed a Source Water Assessment on our system and a search of the data sources indicated no potential sounres or contamination near our wells. The
assessment results are available on the FDEP Source Water IAssessment and Protection Program wlebsite at www.den.state.fl.us/swaop
We are pleased to report that our drinking water meets all federal nan state requirements.
If you have \any questions about this report or concerning your water utility, please contact Doyle Frierson at (352) 542-4024. We encourage our valued customers to be informed about their water utility. If you
want to learn more, please attend,any of our regularlyi scheduled meetings. They are held on the first Tuesday of each month at 5:00 PM at City Hall.
The City of Fanning springs routinely monitors for contaminants in your drinking water according to Federal and State laws, rules, and regulations. Except where indicated othelvise, this report is based on the
results of our mohiioring for the period of January 1 to December 31, 2008.. Data obtained before January 1, 2008, and presented in this report are from the most recent testing done in accordance with the
laws, rules, and regulations.
In the table below, you may find unfamiliar terms and abbreviations. To help you better understand these terms we've provided the following definitions:
Maximum Contaminant Level or MCL: The highest level of a contaminant that is allowed in drinking water. MCLs are set as close to the MCLGs as feasible using the best available treatment technology.~
Maximum Contaminant Level Goal or MGLG: The level of a contaminant in drinking water below which there is no known or expected risk to health. MCLGs allow for a margin of safety.
Action Level (AL): The concentration of a contaminant which, if exceeded, triggers treatment or other requirements that a water system must follow.
Maximum residual disinfectant level or MRDL: The highest level of a disinfectant allowed in drinking water. There is convincing evidence that addition of a disinfectant is necessary for control ~of
microbial ~ ~ ~ cotmnns 'i
oaiu reiua dinfectant level goal or MRDLG: The level of a drinking water disinfectant below which there is no known or expected risk to health. MhRDLGs do not reflect the benefits of the use of
disinfectants to control microbial contaminants.
Parts per bilon (ppb) or Microgni~as per liter (prg/) -one part by weight of analyte to 1 billion parts by weight of the water sample.
Parts per million (ppm) or Milligrams per liter (mg/1) one part by weight of analyte to 1 million parts by weight of the water saiiiple,
Picoeurie per liter (pCi/L) measure of the radioactivity in water.
TEST RESULTS TABLE
Inorganic Contaminal ts


'( Bell-HS SWAT oficers pictured are Samnantha Dennis, Kailyn T2ral-
(dron, and Terra Cannon.


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contaminant and Unit of I 1ates of MCL Level Range MCLG MCL .,' Likely Sources
Measurement sampling Violation' Detected of Results of Contamination
(mo.5yr) vils
Erosion of
Andnic(ppb) .8/06: / i .02 N/A. N/A 1.10 e

ntr deposits rnf
C h ro mi u nr~ pp b) 8/ 6 N 1 .4 N / A 10 0 0 0 Di hd T fp 1 e



poHt~;dissuch a at
usm e;a leaing roms
se sion ,f wage;a
deposits
Selenium (ppb) ; 8/06 N 0' 1 .3 1 N/A 5 10 50 Discharge from te
petro~leu n metils
refineriesderpo an o

SedBodium oety(ppm ) 8/06 N 10.4999I N/A I N/A ~ 160 Sal watid e ro iantruon
lead iching fro soildr
Thall-(s iumoe (ppb ) 8/06 N 2.5 N/A 15 20 Leas ung fr mreromsseringz
elcroi s ; glass a ndrg facorie
Stag 1et Disnfetan asd esifetonByPodc


cakes will: be servedl, along~ with
sausatges,.eggs, coffee and juice. As
usual, the cost for the breakfast will
he a donation to the fire.deliartment. .
The Spring Ridge firehouse iS
located on County Road 340 (Poe
SprSings Road), near the Spring Ridge *
First Church of God. Come have a
nice breakfast and chat with your
neighborS.
Se~e you on the- first Saturday of.
June (and every month)!


Spring' Ridge Volunteer Fire -

Department's June

Pancake BreakfEast


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: CALyL ]AN rp vtE .

Barb Wir~e Woven Wire .-
Chaiin Link Board

Danny Hodg
(352) 463-1832 --Mobile (352) 493-5345
S4110 S.W. 25th Street -- 3ell, Florida


Tu hne 3, 2009

.Notice To:

Jewel Bryan 7279 SE 78th Plaer, Trenton, Florida 32693
SKelly J. Downing Post Office Box 1393, Trenton, Florida 32693
Theresa Henry 718 NE 7th Place Apt 503, Trenton, Florida 32693
JTohn D. Mallard 2180 NE S0th Ave, High Springs, Florida 32643
Mitchell A. Mosley i9 NE 112th Place, Branford, Florida 326008
SDavid C. Schroeder 5387 SE 36th Street, Trenton, Florida 32693
Yolanda N. Sims 400 NE Trenton Blvd, Trenton, Florida 32693
Willie L. Sutton 1032 NE 2nd Ave, Trenton, Flor~ida 32693
Sandra K. Vargas 1199 Bpugh Street, Bell, Florida 32619 .
Gary Vima~winkle 6320 NWI 49th Court, Bell, Florida 32619


;Ybu are potentially ineligible to register to vote. After this
.published date, you will have 30 days to respond, to determine
.your eligibility by the Supervisor. This, could result in the .
removal oqfyour name from the statewide voter registration
system. 98.075(7), F.S.

If further assistance is needed, please contact the Supervisor at
352-463-3194 or 1-800-471-8083.

Supervisor of Elections


For bmomate, chloramilies, or chlorine, the level detected is the the highest running annual average (RAA), computed quarterly, of monthly averages of all saniples collected. For haloacetic
acids or TTHlyl, the level detected is the highest RAA; computed quarterly, of quarterly averages of all samples collected if the systeni is monitoring quarterly or is the average of all samples
Taken during the year if the system monitors less frequently than iluarterly. Range of Results is the range of individual sample results (lowest to highest) for all monitoring locations, including
Initial Distribution System Evaluation (IDSE) results Bs well as Stage I compliance restilts.
.Disinfectant or Contaiminant Dates of sampling MvCL or MRDL Level Ratige MCLG or MCLo or Likely Sources
and Unit of Measurement (mo./yr.) Wi~olation Y/Nl D~etected .of Results MRDLG MRDL of Contamination
79. (Inloacetic Acids 09/07 : N 1.1.369 N/A N/A MCL = 60 By-product of drinking
(five') (HAAS) (ppb) UG/L water disinfection
8. TTHM [Total 09/07 N 4.1 1 N/A N/A MCL=B 8( By-product of drinking
trihalomethanes] (ppb) II UG/L water disinfection
No. of
sampling
sites AL
Contaminant and Unit of Dates of sampling AL Violation 90th Percentilel exceeding (Action Likely Sources
Measurement (m.r ~ /NResult the AL MCLG Level) of Contamination
Lead and Co0pper (Tap Water)
84. Copper (tap water) (ppm) I 10/06 1. N 0.72 0 1.3 1.3 Corrosion of household plumbing systems;
erosion of natural deposits; leaching from
wood preservatives
85. Lead.(tap water) (ppb) 10/06 N 4.1 0' 0 15 Corrosion of household plumbing syrsems,
erosion of natural deposits

If present, elevated levels of lead can cause serious health problems, especially for pregnant women and young children. Lead in drinking water is primarily from materials and components associated with
service lines and home plumbing. City of Fanning Springs is responsible for providing high quality drinking water, but cannot control the variety of materials used in plumbing components. When your
water has been sitting for several hours, you canyninimize the potential for lead exposure by flushing your tap for 30 seconds to 2 minutes before using water for drinking or cooking. If you are concerned
about lead in your water, you may wish to have your water tested. Information on lead in drinking water, testing methods, and steps you can take to minimize exposure is available from the Safe Drinking
Water Hotline or at http://wwwi.epa.gov/safewater/lead.
The sources of drinking water (both tap water and bottled water) include~rivers, lakes, streams, ponds, reservoirs, springs~, and wells. As water travels over the surface of the land or through the ground, it
dissolves naturally occurring minerals and, in some cases, radioactive material, and can pick up substances resulting from the presence of animals or from human activity.
Contaminants that may be present in source water include:

(A) Microbial contaminants, such as viruses and bacteria, which may come from sewage treatment plants, septic systems, agricultural livestock operations, and wildlife.
(B) Inorganic contaminants, such as salts and metals, which can be naturally-occurring or result from urban stormwater runoff, industrial or domestic wastewater discharges, oil and gas production,
mining, or farming.
(C) Pesticides and herbicides, which may come from a variety of sources such as agriculture, urban stormwater runoff, and residential uses.
(D) Organic chemical contaminants, including synthetic and volatile organic chemicals, which are by-products of industrial processes and petroleum production, and can also come from gas stations,
urban stormwater runoff, and septic systems.
(E) Radioactive contaminants, which can be naturally occurring or be the result of oil and gas production and mining activities.
In order to ensure that tap water is safe to drink, the EPA prescribes regulations, which limit the amount of certain contaminants in water provided by public water systems. The Food and Drug Administration
(FDA) regulations establish limits for contaminants in bottled water, which must provide the same protection for public health.
Drinking water, including bottled water, may reasonably be expected to contain at least small amounts of some contaminants. The presence of contaminants does not necessarily indicate that the water poses a
health risk. More information about contaminants and potential health effects can be obtained by calling the Environmental Protection Agency's Safe Drinking Water Hotline at 1-800-426-4791.
Some people may be more vulnerable to contaminants in drinking water than the general population. Immuno-compromised persons such as persons with cancer undergoing chemotherapy, persons who have
undergone organ transplants, people with HIV/AIDS or other immune system disorders, some elderly, and infants can be particularly at risk from infections. These people sliould seek advice about drinking
water from their health care providers. EPA/CDC guidelines on appropriate means to lessen the risk of infection by Cryptosporidium and other microbiological contaminants are available from the Safe
Drinking Water Hotline (800-426-4791).

We at Fanning Springs would like you to understand the efforts we make to continually improve the water treatment process and protect our water resources. We are committed to insuring the quality of your
water. If you have any questions or concerns about the information provided, please feel free to call Doyle Frierson at (352) 463-2855


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Samantha Mlcaueen, a senior from Trenton High, and Kali Bowen a
junior from Chieflandi High, both presented their speeches. Shelbi Mc.
Call, a 6th grader from' Ruth Rains in Cross City, also gave her speech
but wriis not available for this photo.

AFCD Area III Speaking &


- 6th grade: 1st place Shelbi McCall
- Ruth Rains Middle -School Dixie
County.
DPivision 2nd -- 3rd grade: 2nd Place
Kevin Mansingh Cedar Key School
- Levy County. Kevin's poster will
be returned to Kevin as only 1st place
winners continue to the next level.
All the students who were part of
the Area III meeting will receive a
individual framed certificate,
Lunch was catered biy Suwairnee
County Conservation. District and
prepared by Andy Jackson from Live
O~ak, Florida and was enjoyed by all.
The Association of Flonida Con-
servation District mission is to assist
an~d enable the Coniservation Districts
of Florida to accomplish collectively
what- they cannot accomplish indi-
vidually, to assist their Districts..in
their efforts to~ provide' service and .
.assistance in natural resource man- .
agemhent and conservation, and to
provide direct link between Districts
and the N~ational Association of Con-
servation Districts as: well as the State
of Florida.


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The Spring 11idge Volunteer -
Fire Department 'invites .you to.
its fiext monthly Pancake Break-
fast rat their fire station. WI'his
month's breakfast will start .at
7:30 a.m. on Saturday, June 6, and
will run until at least 10:00 a~m. All
residents. of the northeast' Gilc~hrist
Co'utty area a~nd ~surrounding com-
munities are invited to attend.
Interested in helping your com-
munity anidlearming 'new skills? Ask
us aboirt participating as an active
firefighters or associated member. We
alvdays weledme members for both
categories. If you can't make the
breakfast, ~you're invited to attend
our regular me~tirigs on-the first' and
third Thurtsdays of the month at 7:00
p~m.
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The Suwannee Soil & Water Con-
servation District hosted.the ASsocia-
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(AFCD) Area III Speaking & Pqoster
Contest ch ~May 14 at the Live Oak
Church of God starting at.9:30 a.m.
The students participating in the con-
test were from 6 of the 16 Districts
ixi Are~a III representing Florida. The
judges after long deliberation placed
Drew jLand as the winnetk of the
Speaking Contest. Qther participants
are as follows: 2nd Place Colby Rob-
ertson, 3rd Place sKali Bowen, 4th
Place Shelbi McCall and 5th. Place
Samantha McQueen. Drew Land
will continue on to the Association of
Florida Conservation District State
Competition~ on August 7, 2009 in
Jacksonvil@e Flonlda competing with
Other areas ini Florida.
The following Posters Iwon from
the Levy Dixie Gilchrist Soil and
Water. Conservation .Districts and
will continue 'to the State Level on
Aug 7th in Jacksonville, Florida: Di`-
vision 2nd 3rd grade: 1st place Pa-
mela Alejors Chiefland Elementary
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Meghann Lindsey Sarah' Lord


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Lacey Lewis Jami Lindsey


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Check x3, and Petit Theft 1st or Revoked. Bond Amount $2,500 Violence. Bond Amount $2,000
Offense. Total Bond Antount WI/M5'O9 230 lbs. WI/M 6'0~ 170 lbs.
$22,000; W/M 5'06 .

Gilchrist County Most Wanted

Please call the CrimeStoppers hotline at 352-4163-STOP with any information. All calls remain. aponymous
and may be ~eligible for a small reward.


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On May 28, 2009, Roy L. Shull,
9/9/60, was arrested on the charge of
Disorderlyr Intoxication.
On,May 30, 2009, Vincent A. Nor-
ri's, 11/3/78, was arrested on charIges
of VOP/Possession of Controlled
Sl\ stance (2 counts), Possession. of
Drug Paraphernalia and VOP/Pos-
Ssession of Less than 20 Grams.
On May 31, 2009, Cory Howard,
*12/19/88, was arrested on the charge
of False Report to Law Enforcement
Officer.
On May 31, 2009, Wayne A. Hicks,
4/23/91, was arrested on the charge
of False Report to Law Enforcement
Officer.
On 191ay 31, 2009;, Michael P. Lil-
lard, 9/4/88, was arrested on the
charge of False Report to Law' En-
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The City of Trenton is pleased to announce the start of construction at
the NW 5th Avenue and Southside Parks. Beginning this week,
construction will temporarily close portions of these parks. We hope to
complete construction within a few months, probably around the middle
to end of July. We sincerely apologize for the` inconvenience, but there
will be substantial improvements as a result including new picnic
facilities, playground, and security lighting at NW 5th Avenue Park.
There will be a new playground, picnic facilities, security lighting, and
court renovations at the Southside Park. If you have questions or
comments, please contact City Hall at 352-463-4000.


THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 2009


GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


Page Ten


No such thing as a free lunch?
We have all heard the expres-
sion that nothing in this life is free.
Thanks in part to former Governor
Jeb Bush, The Department of Labor
and Lake City Community College,
we are able to offer an exciting free
summer program to dual enrollment
and career pathway students within
the college's five-county district
(Baker, Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist
and Union counties). It's all free...
except for the lunch! Students will
earn three college credits at Lake
City Community College including
the use of the AutoCAD textbook
during the course.
This opportunity has come at a
great time when millions of Ameri-
cans face unemployment, and are
searching for new training and ca-
reers. One of'the best bargains around
is just around the corner: Starting on
June 29, LCCC is offering an Intro-,
ductionl to Computer Aided Design
(AutoCAD) course. This is a much
needed keystone skill in many indus-
tries both lgeally and nationally.
What is AutoCAD? AutoCAD
(Computer Aided Design) is a 2D and
3D design software: program using
computer aided drafting and design
(CADD) technology for the design of
objects, real or virtual. AutoCAD is
the most widely used of several soft-
ware.programs used in architecture,
engineering, manufacturing, building
construction, science, media' and en-
tertainment.
With digital prototyping, mam~i-
factlirers can visualize a complete
product before it is actually built. By
using a digital prototype, manufac-
turers can boost design efficiency and
innovation by visualizing and simu-
lating the rekil-world performance of


a design, plus save time and money
by reditcing the number of physical
prototypes they build. Don Barselou,
Engineering Academy Director at
Trenton High School, teaches Auto-
CAD to all academy students. They
use AutoCAD to design their engi-
neering prototypes that have included
rockets, roller coasters, MAGLEVr,
and air cushion vehicles. John Yen-
cho, also at Trenton, specializes in
construction and graphics. John de-
signed the Wave Pool at Wild Waters
in Ocala as well- as an Olympic train-
ing facility in Puerto Rico.
AutoCAD will teach students how
to make graphic displays including
basic geometric figures, orthographic
views (vertical hines) of three-di-
mensional objects, architectural and
construction drawings, and pictorial
drawings of three-dimensional ob-
jects. You can tackle your most chal-
lenging design problems much more
easily. For example, Christopher T.
Rhude, a local CAD Design techni-
cian with PBS&J has 10 years of
experience designing roadways, in-
tersections, drainage improvements,
and signing and pavement markings
with the assistarice of CAD 'software.
He also uses ~it for preliminary de-
signs and overlays them on top of
aerial photography to analyze and de-
termine what impacts, challenges and
cost effective methods can be utilized
when moving forward with the initial
design.
Working vryith 2D and 3D engineer-
ing design software requires the em-
ployee to think differently about how
to approach a design process.l A stu-
dent will learn critical thinking skills
with real life problems and just as im-
portant learn how to solve them.
AutoCAD is a valuable skill to list


on your resume. It will earn you re-
spect from your manager and peers.
Their approach to Digital Protyping
is unique in that it is scalable, attain-
able and cost-effective, allowing a
broader group of manufacturers to
realize the benefits of Digital Pro-
totyping with minimal disruption to
existing workflows, and providing
the most straightforward path to cre-
ating and maintaining a singe digital
model.
Digital Prototyping gives manu-
facturers the ability to virtually ex-
plore a complete product before it is
built-so they can create, validate, op-
timize and manage designs from the
conceptual design phase through the
manufacturing phase of the product
development process.
The first session will be held June
29-July 16 (college closed July 2),
8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and the second
session will be held July 20 August
6, 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Luriches will be
available for the students at a special
cost at the Lobo Cafe. The cost for
the lunch and drink will be $5. Stu-
dents may bring their own lunch.
Lake City Community College
partnered with local companies that
need well-trained employees to tailor
a program to fit local needs as well as
national needs. Our sumnier program
is designed to "whet their appetite"
and introduce them to our new fall
program: Engineering and Process
Technology.. Visit the Engineering
Technology Web Site: .https//www.
lakecitycc. edulengineering-and-pro-
cess-technology-programs.aspx
King is the director of Engineering
Technology at Lake City Commu-
nity College. She can.be reached at
kipgd@lakecitycc.edu or by calling
(386) 754-4442.


On May 24, 2009, Morgan L.
Rexrode, 12/17/87, was arrested on
the charge of Disorderly Intoxica-
tion.
On May 24, 2009, Mark Calloway,
10/20/69, was arrested on the charge
of Disorderly Intoxication.
On: May 25, 2009, Nickolas E.
Carter,' 1/14/61, \vas arrested on the
charge of BUI.! .
On May 26, 2009, Kathleen R.
Barnes, 5/2/54, was arrested on the
charge of Worthless Check. '
On May 27, 2009, Eric V. Crandall,
3/11/77, was arrested on charges of
Disorderly Intoxication and Resist-
ing without Violence. .
On lklay 27, 2009, Douglas Halley,
9/19/82, was arrested on two counts
ofAss'ault/Domestic Violence.
On May 27, 2d09, Damian Pereda,
10/6/67, was arrested on charges of
Grand Theft (3 counts) and Dealing
inStpolen 207 209, r 01
OnMay'a 20 Gegoria Oiva-
the chr el of'j awads Drvs Zi
cense
On 191ay 28, 2009, Jasean Keyes,
9/7/89, was. arrested on the charge
of Reckless Driving Causing Serious
Harati I
Onl May 28, 2009, Tommy R.
Srvs 7/ /5, wasW arrested th
charge of Grand< Theft and a Levy
County Warrant with the charge of
FTA/Perit Theft.


an~d local fire departments that we
have not had more wildfires."
Residents and visitors alike are
being asked~to refrain from tossing
lighted cigarettes out of car windows,
avoid any unnecessary outdoor burn-
ing, use caution in using power tools
and check with officials to see if it is
a dangerous burning da~y or if there is
a local burn ban in effect.
.For other wildfire prevention ac-
tions you can. take .and information
about recommendations you can fol-
low to increase probability that your
home: and community can.sulrvive a
wildfire disaster, visit the Florida Di-
\ sion of Foresrtry 14ebsite itt www~.fl-
dof.com or contact your local Florida
Division of Forestry field office.


Exceedingly dry conditions in Cen-
tral and South Florida are responsible
for increased wildfire activity and are
expected to intensify in the coming
days and weeks, Florida Agriculture
and Consumer Services Commission- -
er, Charles H. Bronson, said today.
Below average raiinfall in the pen-
insular part of the state, coupled with
freezes earlier this year, haS left Flori-
da's vegetation ripe for wildfires. Low
relative humidity anmd gusty winds
that the region has been experiencing
provide idbal conditions for wildfires
to start easily, intensify quickly iand
move rapidly. Over thie Mother's Day
weeke~nd,=63 new wildfires broke out,


burning more than 2,500 acres.
"Many of our counties have signif-
icant areas with readings at the high.
est levels of the drought index," said
Bronson. "The quick response of our
firefighters has kept the number of
acres lower than would be expected
during such dry conditions."
SSince January 1, Florida has had
more than 2,000 wildfires that have
burned almost 56,000 acres. About
98% of them were 'caused by humans
and therefore are preventable if resi-
dents use cautiork, common sense and -
follow the law
"::!Preven~tion continues' to be. the :
kby,"' Bronsojn said. !^''It is o6nly ~be-
cause of the fire prevention efforts of
our Division of Forestry' personnel


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Fishing clinic s

Ollere
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Con
servation Commission (FWC) will
host summer inshore fishing clinics
for children in Cedar Key at Sea.
George Kirkpatrick Makine Lab.
The summer program is open to
children ages 6 to 16, said Missy
Woods J~ackson, an environmental
specialist at the lab.
Clinics are one day programs
throughout June and July.
"Participants will learn fish iden
tification, knot-tying, casting, bait
types, habitat types, gear care and
moe" Jackso 'sd.
m e day wIl ed with pier fishing.
Fishing is catch-and-release Jack-
so ad '
sO gnzations and individuals
should make reservations to par-
ticipate in this free FWC program.
Please call (352).543-9219, ext. 216
to resenre your space. '
The FWC's Nature Coast Fishing
Center in Cedar Key progrant is co-
sponsored by Fish Florida and Sport
Fish Restoration.
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,:Third Place, with a score of 65, was ~Don Richburvg, Derek Schmidt
and Garrett :Schmidt.
:..The Seventh Annual "Doris Naish 62,: wias the team~of Doug King, Rob-
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THURSDAYJUNE 42009


LIG CHRIST COUNTY JOUR L


Rodney Wade and Osborn Barker.
Jerry Quincey prepared the barbecue
for the luncheon. Women and youth
of First Baptist Church of Chiefland
prepared side dishes and served.
Appreciation was expressed to all
in attendance as well as to those who
generally assisted in various ways to
ensure a successful event. The funds
that have been raised make it pos-
sible to continue providing services,
education about pregnancy, and a
heightened awareness of healthy life-
styles and relationships.


Free Camera Day Camp
for Kids
There is a Free Camera Day Camp
for Kids, grades 3-8, being held at
te Lwue Suwannee N tonaleWild-
on Thursday, June 11 between 9:00
a.m.-3:00 p.m. at the refu e head-
quarters. Directions to the refuge.
from Levy ~County are: take a right
on 345 towards Cedar Key; take a
right on 347; and go 11 miles to ref-
uge headquarters..
The camp will meclude free camera
and~ developing, digital photo expe-
rience, downloading with software,
photographic, techniques and light-
ing, and keeping a nature journal
with photos-
Only 10 openings are available,
so call today to sign-up your child at
352-493-0238, ext. 223.


FWC holds public
meeting in Lake City on
possible changes to
hunting zones and deer
Season dates
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Con-
servation Commission (FWC). has
scheduled a meeting in Lake City to
receive input froin Flonida hunters on
possible changes ~to the state's hunt-
ing zones and corresponding deer
hunting season dates.
The' meeting was held June 3 at the
Columbia County School Board Au-
ditorium, located at 372 West Duval
Street. This was the fifth in a series of
six meetings FWC has scheduled.
The FWC wants to solicit as much

ero is ivi e. If too cne a
could take effect as early as the 2010-
2011 hunting season.
For. more information about the
nr~neeing, and ..to .see the..proposed
zones, go to: http://myfwc.c~om/rec-
reation/Deer index.htm.
The last meeting will be held June
10 in Tallahassee from 6 to 8 p.m. at
Sthe Ant~ique Car Museum, located at
6800 Mahan Drive.
Meetings will be open-house type
format with FWC staff making a pre-
sentation, followed by question-and-
answer sessions with FWC staff, giv-
ing hunters more one-on-one time.
Anyone requiring special accom-
modations to participate in the work-
shops lhon d adams etheoFWr a ea t

shop by calling 850-488-6411. If you
treh ai- or spe hI parleadR y
Service at 800-955-8771 (TTY) or
800-955-8770 (voice).


Perennial Peanut Field
Day
Perennial peanut, a versatile and
nutritious forage sometimes called
"Florida's alfalfa," will take the
spotlight.Saturday, June 6 at the 9th
Annual Perennial Peanut Producers
Field Day, held in Moultrie, Ga.
The event, co-sponsored by the
University of Florida and the Uni-
versity of Georgia, takes place from
9 a.m. to approximately 2:30 p.m. on
the Sunbelt Expo site.
Newcomers and experienced pe-
rennial .peanut growers alike can
benefit by attending. The program
includes a researchiupdate, field ~tour
and demonstration of equipment, and
presentations on establishing peren-
nial peamit, marketing hay,~ control-
ling weeds and using perennial pea-
nut as an ornamental Ijlant.
A legume native to South America,
perennial peanut is.grown on about
40i,000 acres in the Southeast, said
Clay Olson, Taylor County extension
director.

see ttT/ mr~ f s.afl: edon s/pnt


team of Doug King, Robert


Front Row, seated from left:Nadia Brown, Alexis Shaw,.Kellie Johnson, Katie Faught, Toni DeNucci, LUrsula Smith;
back row: Joseph Chambers, Rita Sweet, Amanda Elliott, Christina Vradenburgh, Insturctor Shirley Fusco, R.N.,
Christina Atchinson, Sabrina Orenchak, Cindy~ Ball and Justyn Bailey Pitts.

14 Students complete CFCC Levy CNA class


First Place, with' a score of 62, was the
Hirds, and Clark Stresing.


tina Atchinson, Sabrinla Orenchak,
Cindy Ball and Justyn Bailey Pitts.
The CNA program prepares stu-
dents to work in the health care field
as nursing assistants, and to take and
pass the Florida Certified Nursing
Assistant exam. The program con-
sists of 80 hours of classroom and lab
training as well as 40 hours of clini-
cal experience in a local health care


Central Florida Community Col-
lege recognized 14 students who
completed the Certified Nursing As-
sistance program at the CFCC Levy
Center on Tuesday, May 5, 2009.
Receiving Certificates of Comple-
tion were: Nadia Brown, Alexis
Shaw, Kellie Johnson, Katie Faught,
Toni DeNucci, Ursula Smith, Joseph
Chambers, Rita Sweet, Amanda El-
liott, Christina Vradenburgh, Chris-


facility. The students attended Ayers
Health and Rehabilitation Center in
Trenton for their clinical experience.
All classes, except clinical training,
are held at the Levy Center, 114 Rod-
gers Blvd., Chiefland. A high school~
diploma~ or GED is not required. For
additional information, visit the Levy
Center, call (352) 493-9533, or go to
.www.CF~edu.


week from harvest have incurred 50
percent or more losses in yield.
Federation officials advised farm-
ers who sustain crop' damage to con-
tact the USDA Farm Service Agency
in' their counties, document damage
by taking photographs and prepare to
file a claim, if they have crop insur-
ance. .
"We also reqcommiend they contact
district offices of their congressio-
nal representatives and the office's of
Sen. Bill Nelson and Mel Martinez,"
said Pat Cockrell, ~executive assistant
to the president,
In order for farmers to receive fed-
eral disaster assistance, the Florida
Commissioner of Agriculture and
Gov. Charlie Crist. must declare a
disaster and request the Secretary of


the United States Department of Ag-
riculture to take action. The new farm
bill sets up a disaster program aimed
at making a pool of dollars available
for disaster assistance. Previously, di-
saster declarations required congres-
sional action.
The Flonida Farm Bureau Federa-
tion is the state's largest general in-
terest agricultural' association .with
about 138,000 member-families
statewide. Headquartered in Gaines-
ville, the Federation is an indepen-
dent, nonprofit agricultural organiza-
tion. More information about Florida
Farm Bureau is available on the
organization's Web site, http://Hori-
daFarmBureau.org.


pdf
Additional material on perennial
peanut is available at http://taylor.
ifas.ufl.edri.


Florida Farm Bureau
sees rising concern~ over
crop losseS
Florida Farm Bureau Federation
continues ~to receive reports of crop
damage in central and south Florida
and in the panhandle, and concern
over potential crop disasters is in-
creasing. The state's largest general
agricultural organization noted parts
of Florida have received more than
20 inches of rain recently.
Some farmers in the Jackson Coun-
ty area of west Florida are reporting
damage to cotton and corn fields
due to high winds. Producers in the
Hastings area fear losses to potatoes,
cabbages, cantaloupe and other fresh
vegetables crops which are nearing
1 arvs. i Iudsru itoH se mill on

aurteF souh fr s i h ver-
glades Agricultural Area are report-
ing severe localized damage result-
ing from rain and hail to some sweet
corn fields; some fields that were one


:Second Place, also scoring 62, was the team of Paul Johnson, Bob
' Knight, and Matt Tyson


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Monday through Flriday 2:00 p:mI. 5:00 p.ml.


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Obituaries

Reverend Michael
Eugene Baker
Funeral services for Reverend Mi
chael Eugene (Mike) Baker, son o
Elliot and Jeannette Baker will lx
held on Saturday, June 6, 2009 a
1:00 p.m..Services. will take place a
Jesus Way Church of Deliverance it
Trenton, Florida, across from Tren
ton High School. On Friday, June 5
there will be a wake from 6 p.m. 2
p~m.


Maiy Lee Makatura
Breiner
Mary Lee Makatura Breiner, 62
of Kintersville, Pennsylvania diec
March 2, 2009 in her home.
She was the wife of John S. Breinel
for more than 31 years. She workec
as an Inventory Clerk for Penn En.
gineering, Danboro, for almost 25
years.
Born in Somerville, New Jersey
she was a daughter of Andrew iMaka.
tura, Sr. of Daytona, Florida and the
late Frances (Snyder) Makatura.
She w~as a member of First Church
of ~The Brethren, Quakertown. anc
The ReTr'ead Motorcycle Club East.
ern Pa.' Group. She graduated fromt
Trenton High School in the nud
1960's.
She is survived by her husband
and father; sons, Michael ,Breiner oi
Kintersviille, Pennsylvania, and Wil-
liam Odor; and wife April; daughter,
Brenda Hoot and husband Kris, all
of Quakertown, Pennsylvania; sis-
tr,Daudy Wibson and eusand ,D a
wife Carol of Woodbury, Tennessee,
Fred and wife Debra of Pink Hill,
North Carolina, Dave of InIterlacheh;
and grandchildren, Mason, Michael
and Makayla.



Mrs.- Martha Allbritton
DT&ifHs
Mrs. Martha Albritton Dreifus, 51,
of Trenton, passed away May 29,
2009 mn Orlando. She was a native
of Live Oak.
Mrs. Mai-tha was a graduate ~of Su-
wannee High School in 1974. She
staredd a banking career right out of
high school. She worked for Sun
Trust Bank in Gainesviille and Or-
lando for over 20 years. She had

hf ru: stgoBak 1h lvod he
family. Her children and her grand
children we2rg&htJrprijgg. She lay22ed, a
travel and tried tel dd~o often.
-Mrs. Dreifus is predeceased. by hei
father, Odis H. Albritton; and sister,
SViirginiaAllbrittoh Brookrer..
She is survived by her husband,
Robert Dre fu sons, CrCD phe

Bob Defs; n Tyle Defs o
STrentoni; grandchildren Abby Wheel-
er and Libby Wheeler; sisters: Dar-
lene Gaylord' and Deloris Henderson
of Plant City, Janie Dotson of Moore
Haven, and Zonnie Delvin of Ocala;
brother, Cliff Davis of Plant City.
dayeral ~arrangements are be ng
nrae Home all (813) 73 -1 8 fu-r
nfurth onfom tion. Burial will beoa
Hopiewell Funeral Home in the Mau-
soleum. She has now travdeld home,
h~r last journey.




Lester "'Les", P. Jones. of Tren-
ton passed away May 3(), 2009 at
his home. He was born mn Britton,
South Dakota and- he moved to this
area from Riverview in 1984. He
served his country in the US Air
Force during the Korean Conflict.
He retired after 30 years as a.sheet
Th~etal wor~ke'r and supervisor, from
Riley Construction. He was a faith-
1 lmeember of ethel Baptist Cuch
of Masonic Lodge #4l6, also a Shiriner
with Suwrannee River Shride Club,
Sand a member of Eastern Star #251.
He enjoyed fishing, gardening, read-
ing and his grandchildren. He was a
devoted husband, father, grandfather
and a foster parent:
JHee is survetd y h w if, Ann
Vc ( i tor) D ~oco of Wil is bn

(Huey) Hersey of Melrose; his sons,
Bnian (Becky) Jones of Kansas City,
Missouni, Todd (Renee) Jones of
Summerville, South .Carolina, Kur
(Itaren) Jones of Prairieville, ~Loui-
siana, Alan (Lisa) Davis of Trenton;
brothers, Donald Jones, Norb Fisher


gandnu lhdre Pan 1 ea grnnaechl
dren. He is preceded in death by his
first wife, Harriet, 3 brothers, 2 sis-
ters and his parents.
Funeral services were held
Wednesday, June 3, 2009 at Bethel
Baptist Church in Trenton with Pas..
tors Jake Cravey and Danny Roberts
officiating. Burial followed the ser-
vicerat Bethel Baptist Church Cem-
In Lieu of flowers, donations in
Mr. Jones' inemory may be made. to
Haven Hospice of the Tri-Counties
311 NE 9th Street Chiefland, Florida
32626 or Shriners Hospital for Chil-
dren, 12502 USF Pine Drive, Tampa,
Florida 33612.
Arrangements are under the care
of Hiers-Baxley Funeral Services in


the First Baptist Church of Bronson
on Thursday, June 4, at 4:00 p.m.
with Brother Troy A. Turner officiat-
ing. Family visitation will be at the
church prior to the service at 3:30
p Ina Heul oH foe s, cotr butions

Arrangements are under the care of
Knauff Funeral Home, Williston.


Carlene L. Ohara
Carlene L. Ohara, age 61, of Tren_
ton, passed away on May 25, 2009 at
Haven Hospice in Chiefland. She was
born on March 3, 1948 iii Gainesville,
to Carl and Louise McElroy.
SShe was a native of Levy Coun-
ty. She moved to the Trenton area
from Chiefland 25 years ago. She
loved spending time with family and
friends. She is survived by her sons;
David Carl Saunders, Gary Dewayne
Parsells; daughter, De De Parsells;
brother, Randolph McElroy; and sis-
ter, Bonnell Neiman; 4 grandchil-
dren and 1 great grandchild. A me-
monial service was held on June 1 at
Pine Grove Baptist Church in Tren-
ton. The family asks that in lieu of
flowers, donations bie made to Haven
Hospice in Chiefland.
Arrangements were under the care
of Knauff Funeral Home-Chiefland.


S Bashia Weaver
Bashia Weaver, 90, of New on
Mississippi passed away Monday,
June 1 at the Ayers Health and Re-
habilitation Center in Trenton. She
was a wonderful mother and grand-
mother. .
She was preceded in death by ~her
husband, ill Wea e, and dught r

her son, Marvin (Kathy) Weaver;
son-in-law, Viictor Moreno; grand-
children, Douglas (Jeannie) Robin-
son, Pam (Robprt) Maxwell, Laura
(Mark) Brown, Ryan (Devon) Weav-
er, Victor Moreno III, and 6 great
grandchildren. L.
Visitation will be Thursday, June 4
froth6 M 8 .m. and 5funeral service
County Funeral Home, Newton, Mis-
sissippi at 10:00 a.m. Burial will fol
low in the Poplar Springs Cemetery.



Reverend Rodney Dean ~
Webb :
Rev.Rde De Webb 58
husbandR2 ofzabeth Wilson Webb '

pasd awwy Thordy t a o 8h 20

and Essie Webb.
During his thirtym'ixytjears in the
ministry, Rev. Webb pastbred~ seven
churches in Florida, Alabama, and
Soxth .Carolina with his last two
pastorates being Southside Baptist
Church in Honea Path and Cedar
Grovie Ba siset hnrca pwhere~he

Webb was also a United States Army
veteran.
Surviving in addition: to his wife,
are daughter Mandy Webb Funder-
burk and husband, Rev. Robbie F'un
derburk; son, Rev. Jason Dean Webb
aind wife, Alison; sister, Alegra Mer-
row; brothers, Bernard Webb, Govan
Webb; and three grandchildren, Drew
and Alexandra Funderbuirk, and Ja-
cob Webb.
Thie family received friends Sat-
urday, May 30, 2009 at Cedar Grove
Baptist Church,.Belton, South Caro-
lina.
Funeral services were held Sunday,
May 31, ~2(09 at Cedar Grove Bap- <
tist Church with the Reverends Ja-
son Webb, Robbie Funderburk, Bud
Jernigan, Tony Barb~er, Marc Pargo,
and Jimmy Smith.officiating, Burial
followed in the church cemetery.
Serving as pallbearers wvere the
men who have been called into the
ministry under the mentorship of
Rev. Webb. Past and.present dea_
cons of Cedar Grove Baptist Church
s~vd ashonory pallbe rrs

Grovee Batst Cur hT tuldn CFem
or Hospice of the Upstate.
Gray Mortu~ary, Pelzer was in
charge of arrangements.





PICNC SO TER T HAB
SOUTHSIDE PARK
The City ofTrenton hereby gives notice
that bids will be accepted from qualified
contractors for .the following rehabilita-
tion work on the existing picnic shelter
at the Southside Park. Bids must include
a detailed, itemized list of work to be
included that addresses the items listed
below


Ne metal roofing (evergreen color)
with exposed fasteners
-Painting exposed rafters and columns
-Carpentry repair, mecluding repair rot-
Nen o 8h fac edaebde end eve boards,
including hold down anchors
Sealed bids will be received at City Hall
located at 114 North Main Street, Tren-
ton, Florida 32693 until Spm, Friday,
Ju ds6,s btted shall remain valid for
at least 90 days following their opening.
Any person or affiliate who has been
plae oan t cnin te ve orn lit
submit a bid to or contract with a public
entity for construction of a public work
as set forth in Florida Statute, Chapter
287.133. Bidder shall certify to eligibil-
ity in the bid proposal.
Please be advised that the City of Tren-


"NOW I Can CHjoy aEI 17 Of my

beautiful grandchildren, andl my

fa'o~rite hobbies like camping,
reading, swimming, and nitting!!



CHIROPRACTIC STAR

SMRS. EDNA STEVENSEN


When my medical doctor suggested I try chiropractic care, I was skeptical that he could
actually help my severe pain. I came in and Dr. Frazier immediately made me feel at ease
with his wisdom and personality.
Dr. Frazier then went to work on my back. Within 3 treatments I was able to stay on my feet
for at least 15 minutes without pain, and I am able to walk more upright than before. I know
you may say that is not much; however, when you live with a hurt such as I have experi-
enced, you would understand what an accomplishment it is for me.
I had to leave town for 3 weeks to house sit for some friends before my treatment plan was
complete. I have regressed in ~the past 3 weeks. I am looking forward to getting back to
work on my progress with Dr. Frazier. I want to see just how much better I can feel.
THANK YOU DR. FRAZIER!!!

Tk~enton Medical Chiropractic Office (352) 463-2221


THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 2009


LIG CHRIST COUNTY JOUR L


P e Twelve


ton reserves the right to waive informali-
ties in any bid, to accept or reject any or
all bids in whole or in part, with or with-

oh irc3 gm nd wila teith bebb intnhere
of the City of Trenton.

NOTICE
That the Nature Coast Regional Water
Authority will meet in an Open Meeting
scheduled to be held on: June ~8, 2009
at 2:00 pm at City of Fanning Springs,
City Hall, 17651 NW 90th Ct., Fanning
Springs, FL. .
PLEASE TAKE NiOTICE Pursu-
ant to Florida Statutes 286.0105 that if
a prso Aeie oappia ran edtetcunon

matter considered at such meeting helshe
may need ensure that a verbatim record
of the proceedings is made. Which re-
cord includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is~to be based-
DATED this 1st day of June, 2009
By Sheila Watson,
Administrator,NCRWA
Pub. June 4, 2009 -

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF OR-
S DINANCES ..
BY THIE BOARD OF COMMIS- '
SIGNERS
OF THE CIT'YOF TRENTON,
FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
ordinances, which titles liereinafter ap-

ay the Ba o ~ C is ones of t
City of Trenton, Florida, at public hear-
ings on June 15, 2009 at 6:00 p.m., or
as soon thereafter as the matters can be
heard, in the Kathryn Deen Commission
Chambers, City Hall located at 114 North
Main Street, Trenton, Florida. Copies
of said ordinances may be inspected by
any member of the public at the Office
of the City Clerk/Manager, City FHall lo-
cated at 11 Nrth Maml Str esTr non

mentioned, all interested persons rmay
appear and ~be heard with respect to the
ordinances.
ORDINANCE NO. 2009-23
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
.TRENTON, FLORIDA,RELATI~NG TO
THE REZONING OF LESS THAN TEN
CONTIGUOUS ACRES OF LAND,

SO 9-5 BY THEA C A CMMS
SION, TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL
HRNTON ANOD DVL PME T
REGULATIONS; PROVIDING FOR
REZONING FROM RESIDENTIAL,
SINGLE FAMILY-2 (RSF-2) TO COM-
MVERCIAL, GENERAL (CG) OF CER-
'IAIN LANDS .WITHIN THE COR-
PORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF
TRENTON, FLORiDA; PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICTT;ALND

OOAN ~iDNI E O T CY OF
TRENTON, FLORIDA, RELATING TO
THE REZONING OF LESS THAN TEN
SONT~IGUOUS ACRES. OF ~LAND,
PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION,
LDR 09-19, BY THE CITY COMMIS-
SION, TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL
ZONING ATLAS OF THE CITY OF

R GULA OTS;PROVDEFV F

(I) TO COMMERCIAL, CENTRAL
BUSINESS `DISTRICT (C-CBD) OF
CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN THE COR-
PORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF
TRENTON, FLORIDA; PROVIDING
SEVERABI~IT"Y; REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT~; AND
PROVIDING AN EEFFEOC VE DATE

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
TRENTON, FLORIDA, RELATING TO
THE REZONING OF LESS THAN TEN
CONTIGUOUS ACRES OF LAND,
PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION,
LDR 09-21, BY' THE CITY COMMIS-
SION, TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL
ZORENTGNATL OFDTE L PnW F
REGULATIONS; PROVIDING FOR
REZONING FROM RESIDENTIAL,
SINGLE FAMILY-2 (RSF-2) TO COM-
MERCIAL, GENERAL (CG) OF CER-
TAdiIN LANDS WITHIN THE COR-
1ORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF
TRENTON, FLORIDA; PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY; REPEALING. ALL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
.ORDINANCE NO. 2009-30
AN ORDINANCE OF THE' CITY OF

CNT GUOUNON F RES O LANED
PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION,
LDR 09-22, BY THE CITY COMMIS-
SION, TO AMEND ~THE OFFICIAL


Chiefland. On line condolences may
be sent through their website at www.
hiers-baxley.com.



Mary Catherine Moyer
Mary Catherine Moyer, 82 of
Chiefland, passed away May 31, 2009
at Shands Hospital in Gainesville.
She retired from Education Testing
Service. She was a member of St.
John the Evangelist Catholic Church
in Chiefland. She received the Vol-
unteer of the Month Award with Ma-
rie Murphy for her volunteer services
with Meals on Wheels, Hospice and
local nursing homes,
She is survived by her sons, Rich-
ard (Carol) Moyer, Robert (Janet)
Moyer, Donald (Alorna) Moyer, all
of Levittown, Pennsylvania; daugh-
ter-in-l~aw, Joyce Moyer of Delaware,
Maryland; 11 grandchildren and 3
great grandchildren.
She is preceded ih death by her hus-
band, Vailentine Moyer, Jr, and sons,
'Valentine Moyer III, and Thomas
Moyer.
All funeral services will be under
the direction of James Dougherty
Funeral Home in Levittown, Penn-
sylvania.
Local arrangements are under the
care of Hiers-Baxley Funeral Servic-
es in Chiefland, FL. On line condo-
lences may be sent through outr web-
site at www.hiers-baxtey.com.


ZONING ATLAS OF THE CITY OF
TRENTON LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS; PROVIDING FOR

INZGLE FMIL 3M (RSF3 ID OAM'
MERCIAL, GENERAL (CG) OF CER-
TAIN LAD WTFHIN HE CO

TRENTON, FLORIDA; PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
ORDINANCE NO. 2009-31
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
STRENTON, FLORIDA, RELATING TO
THE REZONING OF LESS THAN TEN
CONTIGUOUS ACRES OF LAND,
PURSUANTBYO AN CPLICATOA

SION, TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL
ZONING ATLAS OF THE CITY OF
TRENTON LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS; PROVIDING FOR
REZONING FROM RESIDENTIAL,
SINGLE FAMILY-3 ~(RSF-3) TO COM-
MERCIAL, GENERAL (CG) OF CER-
TAIN LANDS WITHIN THE COR-
PORATE LIMITS OF TH~IE CITY OF

SE ER ILITY RI ,EALN R AL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
ORDINANCE NO. 2009-32
AN ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF
TRENTON, FLORIDA, RELATING TO
THE REZONING OF LESS THAN TEN
CONTIGUOUS ACRES OF LAND,
PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION,
LDR. 09-24, BY THE CITY COMMS-
ZOIGOATLA OFTHE CIYO
TRENTON LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS; PROVIDING FOR
REZONING FROM RESIDENTIAL,
'SINGLE.FAMILY-2 (RSF-2) TO COMi-
MERCIAL, GENERAL (CG) OF CER~
'IAIN LANDS WITHIN THE COR-
PORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF
TRENTON, FLORIDA; PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL

OR VIDMMCIE NOOG AH -3
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
'tRENTON, FLORIDA, REf ATING TO
THE REZONING OF LESS THAN TEN
CONTIGUOUS ACRES OF LAN~D,
PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION,
LDR 09-25, BY THE CITY COMMIS-
SION, TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL
ZONING ATLAS OF THE CITY OF
TRNO ILANDPRD VLO MEO
REZONING FROM RESIDENTIAL,
SING FAMILY (RSF2) TO FCOM-
TAIN. LANDS WITHIN THE COR-
PORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF
TRENTON, FLORIDA; PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ~ALL
ORDINANCES INI CONFLICT;* AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
ORDINANCE NO. 2009-34
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
TRENTON, FLORIDA, RELATING TO
T H E R E Z ON G O F AESS FH A N T E

LDR 09-26, BY THE CITY COMMIS'
SION, TO AMEND THE :OFFICIAL
ZONING ATLAS 'OF THE CITY OF
TRENTON LAND DEVELOPMENT
~REGULATIONS; PROVIDING FOR
REZONING FROM RE~SIDENTAL,
SINGLE FAMILY-2I (RSF-2) TO COM-

MERIAL GENERAL (CGT OF E

TRENTONi, FLORIDA, PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
ORDINANCE NO. 2009-35
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
TRENTON, FLORIDA,.RELATING TO
THE REZONING OF LSSO T N TE

PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION'
LDR 09-27,- BY THE CITY COMMIS'
SION, TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL
ZONING ATLAS
OF -THE CITY OF TRENTON LAND.
DEVELOPMENT REGULATONS;
PROVIDING FOR REZONING FROM

FA IYOILE HM-2SINRSL
MH-2) TO COMMERCIAL, GEN-
ERAL (CG) OF CERTAIN LANDS
WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS
OF THE CITY OF TRENTON, FLOR-
IDA; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;
REPEALING ALL, ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT- AND PROVIDING AN EF-
FECTIVTEDATE
ORDINANCE NO. 2009-36
AN ORl)INANCE OF THE CITY OF
TRENTON, FLORIDA, RELATING TO
THE REZONING OF LESS THAN TEN
CNIU US UB T ES F A D

SION, TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL
ZONING ATLAS OF THE CITY OF
TRENTON LAND DEVELOPMENT


REGULATIONS; PROVIDING FOR
REZONING FROM RESIDENTIAL *
SINGLE FAMILY-2 (RSF-2) TO COM-
MERCIAL, GENERAL (CG) OF CER-
TAIN LANDS WITHIN THE COR-
PORATE IMIT OF THE CITY O
SEVERABLLITY; REPEALING ALL
POR IIGA E O RTIVE DATE

AN OORDIAC EONO HE9 CI OF
TRENTON, FLORIDA, RELATING TO
THE REZONING OF LESS THAN TEN
CONTIGUOUS ACRES OF LAND,
PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION,
LDR 09-29, BY THE CITY COMMIS-
SION, TO. AMEND THE OFFICIAL
ZONING ATLAS OF THE' CITY OF
TRENTON LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS; PROVIDING FOR
RNZOL7NG 2RM RES S OIL
MERCIAL, GENERAL (CG) OF CER--
TAIN LANDS WITHIN THE COR-.
PORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF
TRENTON, FLORIDA; PROVIDING
SEVER ABILITY; REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES INT CONFLICT; AND.
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
THENT N, FLRDA, ELTN EN
CONTIGUOUS .ACRES OF LAND,
PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION,
LDR 09-31, BY THE CITY COMMIS-
SION, TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL
ZONING ATLAS OF THE CITY OF
TRENTON LAND DEVELOPhiENT

GSAB ISIN ,H ZOZT GG DOSR
TRICT OF COMMERCIAL, INTEN-
STE (CI) HOFO C RTRAAWTE N~
OF THE CITY OF TRENTON, FLOR-I
IDA; PROVIDING SEVERABlilTY;I
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN EF-.
FECTIVE DATE
toThe publicrhe igs maybe cnt nud
tested party shall be advised that ~the date,
time and place of any continuation of the
public hearings shall be announced dur-
ing the public hearings and that no fur-:
ther noieconcerning the matters will be
pubihd
All persons are advised that, if they de-~
cide to appeal any decisions Inade at the


ttim remr dn iheo p oeeding ia mad
which record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be-
based.
Pub. June 4, 2009

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
THE GILCHRIST COUNTY BOARD
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
WILL RECEIVE BIDS F;OR THIE
FOLLOWING:
GILCHRIS COUNTY SENIOR

TRENTON, FLORIDA
BAIE BICSTH AND LAE LINC.
Date ad Tim for Recevn Bids -
10: 0 am.mLocal T me, Je 15, 2009
Place for Receivin Bids:
209 SE 1st Strmee
Trenton, FL 32693
Bids Houet Pee BL ,NC
871 SW SR-47
LAKE CITY, FLORIDA 32025

FA 8 0) 8124-0200
Bid D cmnts Available from:
Bailoc eih and L n's Lake City
Offid ho n
~Deposit for Bid Documents: :
Prime Contractors for payment
of $150.00 per set with a two (2) set
maximum. Payments. of Contractors
are non-refundable.
Bidders using partial sets of
Documents are fully respon ible for
ano xrrors or o isos rmaet of to
Construto Documents.
Project Description:
This Project shall consist of
construction of a Parking Lot,
Roadway, 4" Gravity Line, 1" Potable
SWater Lateral, Storin Inlets and
SConcrete Flumes.:
Date of dertis e .9t

FOR THE GILCHRIST COUNTY
BOARD OF COUNTY'
COMMISSIONERS

County Adminis aor
B : Ron McQuen
Pub. 06/04/09 -06/So y dmni e


(Continued to Page 11)


Sharozn Lynn Edge Nazworth

SSharon Lynn Edge .
Nazworth
Sharon Lynn Edge Nazworth, ~a
~wife, mother, daughter, sister, fisher-
man, passed away S~unday evening,
1Vlay 31, 2009, at her home on the
Suwannee River.
Sh~e was born September 18, 1960
in Ocala. She is survived by her lov-
in husad Lan~ttNiwo bdamo eB ;

mine Nazworth of Bell, Jason and
ALshley Nazworth of Hillsborough ,
North Carolina, Jasedanrsd Jenn i
fer 13yers of Middleburg; her par
Sen~ts, Hugh F. (Buddy) Edge Jr. anI~d
Jean Edge; brother Hugh E (Bubba)
Edge Ilf: and his wife: Janet Wylene
Edge ~iste ,Taera eDe )) Fgan
Jr.; ~br~o~ther-in-law, Terry Nazworth
and, his wife, Susan Nazworth, all
of>Gainesville. She was preceded in
death by her brother, Michael Lewis
Edge, in 2007.
Sharon worked for Marriott Re-
sorts, traveling and experiencing life
to the fullest uritil finding her best
fishiing partner, Larry in 1990. They
shared a love of Nascar, fishing and
naps. She loved the Suwannee River
and could always be found with a
Aishinglpole in her hands. Sharon had
at love for gardening arid was espe-
cially proud of her roses. For special
holidays her home was always open
to family and friends.
She served the communities of
Gainesville and Bell through: the
Family insurance. business. Through
her generosity she sponsored many
organizations, such as the Bell FFA,
Suwannee River Fair, Bell High Vol-
le ball, ad prti iatd inthe Bell
Christmas Parade and Bell Commu-
nity Trick or Treat Night' -
The family. will receive friends
~Iurda, ue 4 te Wilas

he at 12 p.m. Information on fel-
10wshipping with the family will be
provided following the service.

SCh'ftonz V Nortiis, Sr.
Clifton V. Norris, Sr., age 82,
pa0 seatath E.T Sor Hspie C~a
Center in Gainesville after a long ill

He was ~born in Whiteville, North
Carolina. Mr. Norris lived most of
his life in Williston and Trenton. He
owned and operated service stations
in Williston and Newdbe for mand
years. He was an avid fserman a d
eoeadR ei fvorite place, the Wac-
He is survived. by his daughter,
Sandra' Faye Vogt (Gary) of Acher;
his son, Cliff Norris, Jr. (Jeannie) of
Bronson; brothers, Austin Norris of
Bryceville, Florida,: George Norris of
Whiteville, North Carolina.; sisters,
Navy Godwin of Chadborn, North
.Carolina, Irene Roenish of Fernan-
dein aal o srvived by his grand-
children; Donna Thomas of Gaines-
ville, David Vogt of Archer, Terry
SDurdeni, Jr. of Oklahoma, Jennifer
Bray of Bronson, Dr. Stephanie Nor-
ris of Gainesville, No~elle Norris of
Gainesville, and Katelyn Norris of
Bronson. He had seven great grand-
children.
A memorial service will be held at









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said Court this 26th day of May, 2009.
JOSEPH W. GILLIAM,
Clerk of Court
(SEAL)
By: Lyndsay P.Ayers
DEPUTY CLERK
BEVIN G. RITCH
1418 NW 6th Street
Post Office Box 1025
Gainesville, FL 326d2
(352) 376-3201
Florida Bar #143762
Attorney for Plaintiff
If ~you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in order
to participate in this proceeding, you are
entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision
of certain assistance. Please contact the
Court Administrator's office by phone at
(352) 374-3839 or in person or in writing
at 201 E. University Ave., Gainesville,
FL 32601 within 2 working days of your
receipt of this notice; if you are hearing
impaired, call (800) 955-8771; if you are
voice impaired call (800) 955-8770.
Exhibit "A"
A parcel of land being the North half
(N 1/2) and the Southeast quarter (SE 1/4)
of Section 23, Township 7 South, Range
15 East, Gilchrist County, Florida, being
more particularly described as follows:
Commence at a 4"x4" concrete
monument (no identification) at the
Northwest corner of said Section 23 for
the Point of Beginning; thience North
88028'00" East, along the North line of
said Section 23, a distance of 5276.95
feet to a 4"x4" concrete moriument
(PSM 4929) at the Northeast corner of
said -Section 23; thence south 01'"19'04"
East, along the East line of said Section
23, a distance of 5296.35 feet to a 4"x4"
concrete monument (Rayonier) at the
Southeast corner of said section 23;
thence South 88028'46" West, along the
South line of said section 23, a distance
of 2631.89 feet to a 4"x4" concrete
monument at the Southwest corner of tly
Southeast quarter (SE 1/4) of said Section
23; thence North 01ol9'13" West, along
the West line of said Southeast quarter (SE
1/4), a distance of 2648.11 feet to a 4"x4"
concrete monument (PRM 3180) at the.
center of said Section 23; thence South
88030'50') West, along the South line of
the North half (N 1/2) of said Section
23, a distance of 2622.90 feet to a 4"x4"
concrete monument (no identification) at
the Southwest corner of said North half
(N 1/2); thence North 01047'42" Wnrest,
along the West line of said Section 23, a
distance of 2643.84 feet to the Point of
Beginning.
Less and Except: (Right-of-Way of
N.E. 90th Way)
A thirty-six (36) foot-wide Right of
Way, lying eighteen (18) feet on each
side of the centerline described in official
records book 112, page 358 of the public
records of Gilchrist County, Florida,
being more particularly described as
follows:
Commence at the NE corner of said
Section 23, T"7S, R15E, for a Point of
Reference. Thence run on the East line of
said Section 23, S 01 Deg. 17 Min. 52 Sec.
E, 141.81 feet to the Point of Beginning,
said point being on a curve, thence run
on curve, concave Southeasteily, having
a central angle of 05 Deg. 03 Min.
25 Sec. and ~a Radius of 194.50 feet,
Southwesterly' an Arc Distance of 17.17
feet to Point of Tangencyjpthence ,run ~S
3jrpeg. 09 Min2,!Sqe4W-lw 4254A,6.4,feet
to point of citve;.,tnence run bQ~i,curve
concave Northwesterly, having a central
angle of 37 Deg. 57 Min. 00 Sec. and a
Radius of 287.00 Feet, Southwesterly
an Arc: Distance of 190.10 Feet to Point
of Tangency; thence.run S-69 Deg.
06 Min. 28 Sec. W, 439.28 feet to the
point. of Curve; thence run on, curve
concave Southeastirly, having a Centra
Angle of 42 Deg. 22 Min. 40 Sec. and a
radius of 372.00 feet, Southwesterly an
Arc Distance of 275.14 feet to Point of
Tangency; thence run S 26 Deg. 43 Min.
48 Sec. W, 1012.88 feet; thence run S 34'
Deg. 23 Min. 18 Sec. W, 636.81 feet to
the Point of Curve; thence run on curve
concave Easterly, having a Central Angle
of74D~e0e5e3 n.th2e01Sec Aand a adius
of 193.44 Feet to Point o~f Tangency;
thence run S 40 Deg. 30 Min. 02 Sec. E,
1285.12 feet to Point of Curve; thence
run on curve, concave Northeasterly,
having a ~Central Angle of 18 Deg. 51


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'(Continued from Page 12)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
~AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 21-2008-CA-000020
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
RICKY E. EIL~AND, et al,
Defendant(s). .
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS .HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to a Final Judgment of Mortgage
Fbrectosure dated April 28, 2009 and en-
tered in Case No. 21-2008-CA-000020 of
the Circuit Court of the EIGHTH Judicial
Circuit in and for GILCHRIST County,
Florida wherein BANK OF AMERICA,
N.A., is the Plaintiff and RICKY E. EI-
LAND; ELISHA A. EILAND ~A/KA
ELISHA EILAND; are the Defendants,
I; will sell to the highest and best bid-
der for cash at SOUTH DOOR OF THE
GELCHRIST COUNTY COURTHOUSE
at 11:00 a.m., on the 15thr day of Jue,
2009, the following described property as
set forth in said Final Judgment:
SLOT 12, OF.STRATFORD RUN, AS
~PER PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE 20, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF GILCHRIST
COUNTYT, FLORIDA, TOGETHER
WITH THAT CERTAIN MOBILE
HItOME LOCATED THEREON, SE-
SRIAL NUMBERS PH2124GA6165A
,ANSD PH2124GA6165B. -,
'A/K/A .5669 SW 48TH COURT,
TRENTON, FLt 32693
.Any persoft claiming an interest in the
satplus from the sale, if any, other than
the.property owner as of the date of the
L~is Pendens must file a claim within sixty
(60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of
this Court on May 19, 2009.
Joe Gilliam
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(SEAL)
By: Lyndsay P.Ayers
Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law Grouli, P.L.
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
FO8014080 NBNY-FHA-B-lqurry
pub.. May 28, June 4, 2009b.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
`EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
~AND FOR GELCHRIST COUNTY,
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 21-2008-CA-D000058
ROSE ACCEPTANCE, INC.
Plaintiff,
vs.
RONALD P. KEOLA, SR., PAMELA
L. LEWIS aka PAMELA LEWIS AND
UNKNOWN TENANTS/OWNERS,
Defendant(s)-
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice, is hereby given, pursitant
to Final Judgmrhent of. Foreclosure for
Plaintiff entered in this cause on March
17, 2009, in the Circuit Court of Gilchrist
County, Florida, I will sell the property
sittilted in Gi~lblfrstl Couart.~ Florila
described as: ,-_ I .OM I L'jitort '
Tv\L orT 20X a wun rourcov


SUBDIVISION, A SUBDIVISION
AS PER PLAT THEREOF FILED
IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGES 14 AND
15 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH A 2005
FTWD MOBILE HOME-SERIAL
NUMBER GAFLS35A902105C21 &
GAFLS35B902105C21
and commonly known as: 919 SE 11TH
TRL, TRENTON, FL 32693; including
the building, appurtenances, and fixtures
located therein, at public sale, to the
highest and best bidder, for cash, All
sales are held 112 South Main Street,
Trenton, FL at the South door of the
Gilchrist County Courthouse, on Jung
22. 2009 at 11:00 a.m..
Dated this 12th day of May, 2009.'
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(SEAL)
By:' ILndsay P. Avers
Deputy Clerk
Kass, Shuler, Solomon, Spector, Foyle &
Singer, P.A.
P.O. Box 800
Tampa, FL 33601-0800
pub. May 28, June 4, 2009b.

IN THIE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THIE 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVEL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 21-2009-CA-P005
STORMY WEATHER, LLC, a Florida
Limited Liability Company,
Plaintiff,
vs.
PETER BAKOWSKI, KEDAMICA,
INC., a Florida Corporation, et al.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE PURUSANT TO
CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS .HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant ~to a Firial Judgment of
foreclosure dated May19 2009 and
entered in Case No.: 21-2009-CA-0005,
UCN; 212009CA0005XXXXX, of the
Circuit Cottrt in and for Gilchrist County,
Florida, wherein STORMY WEATHER,
LLC, a Florida Limited Liability
Company is Plaintiff and PETER
BAKOWSKI and KEDAMICA, INC.,
a Florida Corporation, are .Defendants,
I will sell to the highest and best bidder
for cash on the Courthouse steps of the
Gilchris~t County Courthouse, 112 South
Main Street, Trenton, Florida at Gilchrist
County, Florida as 11:00 a.m. on the 22
day oflune, 2Q09, the following described
property as set' forth in said Order or Final
Judgment, to-viit: -
~The West 1/2 of the Southwest 1/4
of the Northeast 1/4 of Section 9,
Township 7 South, Range 15 East,
Gilchrist County; Florida; LESS the
Westerly 15 feet for county Road right
of way recorded in Deed Book 10,
page 342; LESS the right of way for
'State Road S-138 recorded in Official
Records Bookl17, page 323;.LESS the
North 330 feet of the West 660 feet
thereof for Riverside Baptist Church
per Official Records Book' 127, page
210; also less the following described
land conveyed to Gilchrist County in
Deed Book 12, page 529 and Official
Records Book 166, .page 574, more
particularly described as follows:
Commence at the Southwest corner of
the Southwest`~ 1/4lrftthe Northeast 1/4
,lrj rll nrL !e ,= un (340-~ feet, 11~r~,&,
North 360 teer, -then~se West 34~0

a distance of 1315.92 feet to a 4"x4"
concrete monument (no identification) at
the Southwest Corner of said West half
(W 1/2) of the Northwest Quarter (NW
1/4); thence North 01o35'51" West, along
the West line of said Section 19, a distance
2646.86 feet to the Point of Beginning.
Together with an easement for Ingress,
Egress and Pubhic Utilities over and
across that part of the Easterly 120 feet
of Section 24, Township 7 South, Range
15 East, Gilchrist County, Florida, lymng
North of the Northerly Right of Way of
County Road 138.
Pub: June 4, 11, 2009b.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
The Early Learning Coalition of the
Nature Coast will be facilitating the Cit-
rus County Advisory Council Bi-Monthly
meeting on Monday, June 8, 2009 at the
Coalition office located at 1560 N. Mead-
owerest Blvd., Crystal River, FL, begin-
ning at 9:00 a.m. Public participation is
welcome. Please contact Coalitiqn staff
at 352-563-9939 if you have any ques-
tions.
Pub. Jun 4, 2009


NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
The Early Learning Coalitioh of the
Nature Coast will be facilitating the Sum-
ter County Advisory Council Bi-Monthly
meeting on Wednesday, June 10, 2009 be-
ginning at 9:30 a.m. The meeting will be
held at the Galaxy of Learning Day Care,
10889 N. US. 301, Oxford, FL Please
contact Coalition staff at 352-563-9939 if
you have any questions. Public participa-
tion is welcome.
Pub. June 4, 2009




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thence South 360 feet to the Point of
Beginning; LESS road rights of way
in Section 9, Township 7 South, Range
15 East, Gilchrist County, Florida.
ANY PERSON CLAI MING
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
TH-E SALE, IF: ANY, OTH-ER THAN
TH-E PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE
DATE OF THIE LIS PENDENS MUST
FILE A CLAIM WITH-IN 60 DAYS
AFTER TH-E SALE.
If you are a person with a disability
wh~o needs any accommodation in order
to participate in this proceeding, you
are entitled, at no cost to. you, to the
provision of certain assistance. Please
contact the Court at 352-463-3170 within
two (2) working days of your receipt of
this notice; if you are hearing or voice
impaired, call Florida Relay Service
(800) 955-8770.
DATED at Trenton, Florida, on May
1.9 2009-
JOSEPH' (JOE) W. GILLIAM
As Clerk, Circuit Court
(SEAL)
By: Lyndsay P.Avers
As Deputy Clerk
Hoskins & Penton, P.A.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
2123 N.E. Coachman Ro~ad, Silite B
Clearwater, FL 33765
Phone (727) 446-4059
Pub: May 28,.June 4, 2009b

IN THE.CIRCUIT COURT OF
FLORIDA EIGHTfH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND. FOR GELCHRIST
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 21-2009-CA-00023
FARM CREDIT OF NORTH FLORIDA,
ACA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARLENE D. ZEMBO, AS SOLE
SURVIVING TRUSTEE OF. THE
THOMAS~ F HURLEY TRUST
AGREEMENT DATED APRJ~L 8, 1986;
~ESTATE OF THOMAS F. HURLEY,
DECEASED, MARLENE D. ZEMBO
AS PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE;
CLIFFO)RD FRANKLIN HURLEY;
CHRISTOPHER BYRON HURLEY;
STEPHEN MATVTHEW HURLEY;
THOMAS R. HART; and UNITED
STATES OFAMERICA, DEPARTMENT
OF *THE TREASURY, INTERNAL
REVENUE SERVICE, -
Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to
Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated May 2, 2009, I will sell the property
situated in Gilchrist County, Florida,
described as follows: .
SEE SCHEDULE OF PROPERTY,
MARKED EXHIBIT "A,"
ATTACHED HERETO AND BY
REFERENCE MADE A PART
HEREOF
at public sale, to the highest bidder for
cash, at the main entrance of the Gilchrist
County Courthouse, 112 South Main
Street, Trenton, Gilchrist Countyr, Florida,
at 11:00 A.M. on the Zith day of June,,
2009.
Any person claiming an interest in the
surplus from the sale, if any, other than
the property owner as of the date of the lis
penldep~s-plust ilea caim within (1 days
a\ffe~r thy s~!cr: -c., ~
(a R d my-hand and ofr'u tasea.l. /.


Min. 20 Sec. and a radius of 1094.00 feet, '
Southeasterly an Arc Distance of 360.03
feet to Point of Tangency; thence run S
52 Deg. 21 Min. 22 Sec. E, 483.93 feet
to Point of Curve; thence run on curve,
coni~ave Southwesterly, having a Central
Angle of 48 Deg. 02 Min. 00 Sec. and
a Radius of 180.00 feet, Southeasterly
an Arc Distance of 150.90 feet to Point
of Tangency; thence run S 11 Deg. 19
Min. 22 Sec. E, 444.50 feet to the South
line of Aforesaid Section 23, said point
terminating centerline.
A Parcel of land being the Southwest
Quarter (SW 1/4) of the Northwest
Quarter (NW 1/4) and the West half (W
1/2) of the Southwest quarter (SW 1/4)
of Section 18, and the West half (W 1/2)
of the Northwest quarter (NW 1/4) of
Section 19, Township 7 South, Range
16 East, Gilchrist County, Florida being
more particularly described as follows:
Commence at a 4"x4" concrete
monument (no identification) at the
Southwest corner of said Section 18 for
the Point of Beginning; thence North
01.o39'l9" West, along the West hine of
said section 18, a distance of 4086.69
feet to a 4"x4" concrete monument (no
identification) at the Northwest corner
of the Southwest quarter (SW 1/4) of
the Northwest quarter (NW 174); thence
North 87018'56" East, along the North
line of said Southwest quarter (SW
1/4) of the Northwest quarter (NW 1/4)
a distance of 1317.93 feet to a 4"x4"
concrete monument (no identification) at
the Northeast corner of said Southwest
quarter (SW 1/4) of the Northwest quarter
(NW; 1/4); thence South 01040'17" East,
along the East line of said Southwest
quarter (SW 1/4) of the Northwest
quarter (NW 1/4) and along the East line
of the West half (W 1/2) of the Southwest
Quarter (SW 1/4), a distance of 4060.64
feet to a 4"x4" concrete monument (no
identification) at the Northeast corner of
the West half (W 1/2) of the Northwrest
quarter (NW 1/4), of aforementioned
Section 19; thence South 010 31i'08" East,
along the East line of the said West half
(W 1/2) of the Northwest Quarter (Nw
1/4) a distance 'of 2653.56 feet to a 4"x4"
concrete monument (no identification)
at th6 Southeast cornei of said West half
(W 1/2) of the Northwest quarter (NW
1/4); thence South 86028'15" West, along
the South line of the said West half (W
1/2) of the Northwest quarter (NW 1/4),


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2006, 38R/2BA honie on .50 acre
Features 1,598 sq ft., 2 car attached
garage, fully landscaped, stainless steel
appliances, concrete driveway and much
more!


Lost & Fo

FOUND DOG!' 5/30/09
male dog found off of 307A


1975, 3/2 Cracker s yle home on .42 incres
Features new metal roof & hot water heater,
, 1,600 sq ft, I car detached carport, FL room,
den/office rooih, fenced yard & boat dock
on canal which is navigable,


TREE REMOVAL & Df
WORK: Mobile homes a
moved. For a Free Estimat
Wesley with Wesley Sanil
2!26-3005.


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For Sale

AVON: For all your cosmetic needs.
Call Joanne Roberts, Avon In~dependent
Sales Representative, Bell, Florida at
352-463-7753, 352-221-0217 or email
gnj robei~t~sbell south.net
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Beautiful 1993, 3/2 home on 11 acres
w/electric gate, paved driveway, Ig
workshop/garage, latidscaped yard, wood
burning fireplace, FL room, 1, 560 sq ft
w/1 car attached garage.


4BR/3BA DWMH on 5 acres, 1,998 sq ft,
plenty of space. F~eatulres a shed/workshop,
on a dead end street for peace & quietness,
located off a paved rd. Call Elaine Ewart
352-213-6049.


5 ACRES NEAR HIGH SPRINGS:
Lots of oaks, quiet area, $49,900 Owher
Will Finance with $3,000 down & $450
per month. 352-542-9206.
2tb,6-4-6-11

8.4 ACRES: Rolling Oaks S/D, near
Newberry, granddaddy oaks, approxi-
mately 3 acres cleared & fenced, $69,900
Owner Will Finance with $3,000 down &
$599 per month. 352-542-9206.
2tb,6-4-6-11

11.25 ACRES with large barn, approxi-
mately 4 acres, cleared with big oaks,
approximately 30 minutes to Gainesville,
$69,900 Owner Will Finance with $3,000
down & $599 per month. 352-542-9206.
2tb,6-4-6-11

For Sale 10 acres planted pines be-
.tween Trenton and Bell. Purchase price
$69,900.00. Owner financing available
with $1,500.00 down. ,Call (352)463-
1194.
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For Sale 10 acres planted pines be-
tween Trenton and Bell. Purchase price
$69,900.00. Owner financing available
with $1,500.00 down. Call (352)463t
-1194.
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5 ACl EnS INSIDE CITY LIMITS
Beautiful homesite, $79,900. 352-222-
5163. Owner/Broker.
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CHIEFLANVD: New site-built 4 BR/2
BA, one acre, paved road, great location.
$129,500 pre-construction price. Call
352-949-3785 for more details.
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PERSONAL COLLECTOR:
Seeking U.S. Coins, older varieties, all
denominationss, copper,, nickel, silver &
gold. Highest prices paid in cash! I beat
all pawn & dealers. Cell 352-949-1450.
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Services


MOWERVI &L CZHAINSAV
Stihl, Husqvarna, Ayp, Ivlur
MTD, Briggs, Kohler, Robin
da. Blades for most mo
Beauchamp Saw Sh
493-4904


DIXIE MONUMENTS O1
FL: Toll Fr~ee 1-877-542-3
349N. 7 miles north of Old
Crabb Church NE 512 Avel
church) 1/2 mile on right.
ors, size & styles of marble
to choose from in our invert
puter specialist to assidt you
a lasting tribute to the life ol
one. Closed: Sunday & Mot
Tuesday Friday, 8am-4pm
8am-12noon or call for free
appointment ,


TIM POWELL ELECTRIC
stallations and repairs, licen
sured. State Cert. #EC130(
(352) 463-2155 .




Help Wan~


JERRY WILKS FILL D1
VICE: Fill dirt, driveway
demolition, limerock, land
(352) 493-3137 (day) or (352
(night).


BE A CNA: Enroll today! Qu~
Services. 352-493-7330.
4tt

NEED CPR CERTIFI
.American Heart Association c
Quest Training Services. 352-
4tl
APPLIANCE REPAIR: All
maker & dishwasher install
certified techs. MC-VISA,
0651.


2006, 3/2, 1350 sq 11, .57 ac. 200 sq ft
balcony for magnificent views of the
Suwannee River. can be seen from all
angles w/ll high window~s. Call Terri
Anderson 352-356-1961..


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Brand New 2008. 3BR/2BA home
in the "Trails Subdivision" in the
city limits of Chiefland. Completely
landscaped & priced to sell.


For Rent

SE RENTA: MH 3 Cuartos 2 B
tre Trenton y Bronson Primer
timo sec. Ilamatr at (352) 221-


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THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 2009


Pa e Fourteen


Vendors Needed. Opening June 13, 8am-
3pm. No Alcohol No Guns or Amnmo
Sold! Call Barbara or Wayne, (352) 463-
6656. 4200 North US-129 (next to F'A


'Arena)


HILLANDALE FEED IN TRENTON:
3tb,5-28-6-11 Pick-up or for a nominal fee we will
delivery and unload. Call to place an
,ud order. We have chicks, different breeds,
un $2 each. We also have quail and brown
eggs. We are off of County Line Road by
smallwhiteLancaster. For more info or to order, call
.Call Lindsay 4379. .


Smithl at 352-538r-7280 or 352-463J-1464
to identify. .

Pen RefillS
Available At The
Gilchrist County journal

On Lancas er,
Broker


Enjoy doing repairs? Like to earn a
EMOLITION good income and/or start your own busi-
nd houses re- ness? Consider Heatmng/AC at Lake City
e Cal JonnyCommunity College. Fall Classes begin
station at 352- August 24. Financial aid available. No
high school diploma required. Day and
Stfnb,11-16 night classes. We all need it, we all have
it. Learn to keep it all working. Call (386)
~~xl n~e 754-4352 for details.


PAR S\1
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wers.PART-TIME TYPESETTER NEED-
op ED: Gilchrist County Journal in Trenton.
Experience with Microsoft Word a must,
tfn, 1-03 experience with Adobe Indesign h61pful.
Apply in person at the Gilchrist County
LD TOWNJournal, 207 North Main Street in Tren-
ton. Next to Capital City Bank.
432, wy- "tfn,4-23
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nue (behind
VACANCIES GILCHRIST COUN-
Man cl-TY SCHOOLS:
e & granite
Anticipated Vacancies: Instructors,
ntory. Com-
High School Science. District Wide.
Sin creating
Bach~elor's degree or higher from an ac-
f your loved
credited institution. Florida Certification
nday. Open:
& Saturday covering High School Science. Masters
afterhoursDegree and eligible to teach dual enroll-
ment/community college preferred.
tfnb,6-28 Anticipatep Vacancy: Instructor, Read-
mng. Bell High School. Bachelor's degree
C: New in- or higher from an accredited institution.
Florida Certification/Endorsement cover-
Ised and in-
02453. Call ing Reading.
Substitute Teachers:' High School Di-
tfnb,11-25 ploma or Equivalent. Contact the District
Office for an application and more linfor-
mation. .
Bus Driver Trainees; Substitute Bus
ed Drivers. High School Diploma. 40 hours
of in-service training will be provided
Position: for qualified applicants. Flexible training
opening for hours. Part of the training prepares train-
Position at ees for the driver portion of the Class B
l-time posi- Florida CDL. For information or ques-
:d. Applica- t ons, contact the Transportation Depart-
the County ment at (352) 463-3230.
09 SE First Highly Qualified Substitute Teacher
http://www. Pool: We are accepting applications for
be returned otir Highly Qualified Substitute Tegcher
r's Office at Pool. Qualifications: .Bachelor's Degree
, FL32693. br higher with it current or formed Florila
F W~~P.' iiwi teaching certificate in a cre lubject 3ire '
Ith,6-4 Once approved, highly qualified substi-
tutes would' be eligible for substituting
l1 Position: at $130 a day in pre-approved situations
ening for a where there is a long-term absence in a
nimail Con- core subject area. All~other daily substi-
-time, posi- tuting ivould be at current daily rates.
:d. Applica- Contact the District Office for an applica-
the County tion and more information. Apply online
09 SE First at:
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REDUCTION SALE
20% OF;F all plants in stock at Allens
Nursery for the month ~of June. Many
plants are uip to 50% OFFI. Aliens Nursery
542-7284 or 356-0288, H-wy 55A, Old
'Town. Hrs: Mon.-Sat1. 9-5
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2-MAN AUGER: Gasoline, Honda
engine, 8" & 12" drills. Good condition.
$450. Call 221-0363 or 463-8605 leave
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tions may be obtained from
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ation. EPA tol Officer. This is a part
35-4-tion. Position open until fille
Stions may be ~obtained from
tfb1-8Administrator's Office at 2(
Street, Trenton, FL 32693 or
gilchrist.fl.us/ and should 1
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209 SE First Street, Trenton
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Toll Free 1-888-882-7075 JEAN C. TROKE Licensed Real Estate Broker ON THE WEB:
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713) E.. Wade Street (SR-26) Trenton, Florida 32693


;itions are BEAUTIFUL WOODED: 5 acre tracts.
:e High and dry, deed restricted, homes
only. South of Bell, 1/4 mile off of US-
tfnb,12-4 129. Owner financing available. (352)
463-9060 or (352) 463-9933.
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=jFOR SALE Retail storefront property
in downtown Trenton. Three buildings on
3ailos En- Main Street. Call 352-463-7135.


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-- QUALITYBUTILT HOMES NOW AVAILABLE --
Reduced (From $249,900)--QUALITY-BUILT HOME & PASTURE ACRES: 3 BR/2 BA: 2001 frame-built home, w/2-car det. garage, pole barn &
more, on 5 fenced acres at west end of Gilchrist (close to Otter/Hart/Sun springs). Also has faulted ceilings, spacious Main BR/BA & more...$224,900.
WELL-BUILT HOME ON LANDSCAPED ACRE NEAR TRENTON: 3 Bit/2 BA: Spacious CB/Hardyboard-built home, located along paited CR-319
just South of town, among other well-,kept homes. Has 2-car garage, large back screened porch w/Jacuzzi and lots more...$214,900.
Reduced (From $295,000 each)--SPACIOUS CB/S HOMES NEAR TRENTON: 3 BR/2 BA: Two 2006 CB/Stucco-built homes, each over 2,500 inside
sqft of comfort, along with 2-car detached garage, greatroom, tiled kitchen/dining area & more...Seller says to make an offer...$199,900 (each).
NEWLY-BUILT HOME, CLOSE TO RIVER IN DIXIE CO.: 3 BR/2 BA: Brand new frame-built home, on wooded, private one-acre tract near Old
Town. Has open greatroom/dining area, with wood cabinetry for kitchen, fireplace; metal roofing, and i-car garage attached...great location...$139,900.
Reduced (From $129,900)--WELL-KEPT HOME IN SW TRENTON: 3 BR/1.5 BA: Nice, neat & clean. CB-built home idi Trenton on landscaped
150x100 tract at west end of town. Has good-sized living room, full dining room/lkitchen, 1-car carport &C more--call our office for full details...$119,900.
COZY CB-BUILT HOME-ONE ACRE: 2 BR/1 BA: Neat & clean, wi/outbuilding. gazebo/BBQ & more, along t'R-55A near Cross City...$105,000.
NEW FRAME-BUILT IN TRENTON: 3 BR/2 BA: Well-built frame/hardyplank home--would be eligible for Gilchrist "SHIP" progrmm...$99,999.
Reduced (From $E114,900)--NICELY-KEPT W/OUTsiDGS: 2 BR/2 BA: Cozy frame-built home &r fenced 2.01-acres near Old Town...$99,900.
--COMMERCIAL/MULTI-ZONED PROPERTY NOW FOR SALE--
COMMERCIALLY-ZONED ACREAGE ALONG US-129: A.2:37-acre tract, with over 560' frontage along Main St. at north end of Bell. Property has
zoning to allow for business to be placed--a great opportunity available, call Jean for full information...$275,000.
SOLID OLDER-FRAME HOME, CLOSE TO DOWNTOWN: Well-kept 'cracker'-style frame/stone home for sale, zoned currently for commercial
use, with over 1600 isqft., including brick fireplaces, wood floors. Has a good location in Trenton, yvith room for parking spaces...$149,900.
COMMERCIAL-ZONED BUILDING IN BELL: Frame-built structure, with over 1,400 inside retail sqft., with paved frontage & parking area along
US-129 in downtown Bell. Excellent income potential in growing community--call Jean for full details...$125,000.
COMMERCIAELY-ZONED TRACT IN TRENTON: A .83-acre tract, with 144' of frontage along busy SR-26 at the growing east end of town; zoned
for commercial-intensive use and located next to businesses--call Jean at office for details...$115,000.
SMULTI-RESIDENTIAL LOTS IN TRENTON: Four sid6-byLside lots (total size of 170xl60), has zoning allowing for multi apartments with city,
located near to US-lZ9 south of downtown. Great investment opportunity for right Buyer--call/email for info...$100,000.
-- MANUFACTUREDj HOMES ON THE MARKET --
10I COUNTRY ACRES & SPACIOUS M/HOME ALONG US-129: 4 BR/2 BA: Beautiful rural acreage, with a nice mix of fenced pasture & large trees
by the home-site, a large 26x76 Manufactured, with full living, dining & family rooms; property also has a 46x40 barn...$195,000.
LANDSCAPED M/HOME & ACRE, CLOSE TO RIVER IN DIXE: 3 BR/2 BA: Beautifully-landscaped & fenced 1.05-acre property, w/nice mix of
palm & pine, azalea & wisteria, along paved road near Hinton Landing. Has pool, 2-car garage, outbuildings & nice DW M/Home...$129,900.
Reduced (from $124,900)--CUSTOM M/HOME ON WOODED ACREAGE IN BELL: 2.BR/2 BA: 2005 24x44 M/Home in showroom condition &
split-plan format; also has neu; appliances. On a 5i-acre tract, at end of cul-de-sac. Seller wWl coiisider Owner-finance options...$114,900.
FIVE BEDROOM M/HOME, ON LANDSCAPED' TRACT NEAR OLD TOWN: 5 BR/3 BA: Spacious, well-kept 26x76 M/Home, on
fenced/underbrushed .59/acre tract at Suwannee Gardens S/D. Property has an 18'-rou~nd A/G pool, 2-vehicle car cover & outbldg...$99,900.
Reduced (From $119,900)-5 ACRES & IMPROVED HOME NEAR FANNING: 4 BR/2 BA: 14x56 & att. 24x24 frame extension, pasture...$99,900.
Reduced (From S119,900)-NEAT/CLEAN M/HMOME ON 5-ACRES: 2 BR/2 BA: Roomy 2000 16x66 split-plan, w/landscaped acreage...599,900.
Reduced (From $84,900)--WELL*KEPT M/HOME, ON ONE-ACRE: 3 BR/2 BA: Neat/clean 27x56, between Trenton & Newberry...$79,500.
VERY AFFORDABLE AT WACCASASSA: 2 BR/1 BA: Neat/clean 14x60 w/new flooring, kitchen cabinets; on .70/acre tract near SR-26...$39,900.
-- LOTS & ACREAGE PROPERTIES ON MARKET --
,NEW LISTING-WOODED ONE-ACRE TRACT IN WACCASASSA AREA: A nicely-shaded property, located by some nice homes in East Gilchrist,
within short drive to SR-26 (for quick connection into Gainesville/Alachua Co.)...has been priced to sell...$14,900.
44 ACRES--PAVED FRONT, IN EAST GILCHRIST: Quality larger acreage tract, mix of woods & pasture along CR-337...$499,900.
SUWANNEE RIVERFRONT ACREAGE: Naturally-wooded 5i-acre tract, w/250' frontage along the river, North of Bell...$169,900.
5.5 WOODED ACRES & IMPROVEMENTS IN EAST GILCHRIST: Nicely-secluded, private wooded acreage, with an 'as is' M/Home, well, septic
& power--ready for an upgrade, or for a new built or manufactured home-site...Priced to Sell...$77,900.
5-ACRE TRACTS AVAILABLE: A number of tracts available in our. area, mix of wooded & pasture...starting from $69,900.
REDUCED (From $59,906) 5 ACRES--AT DEED-RESTRICTED S/D: Nice pasture/fenced tract at Meadow Wood Trails near Trenton...$57,900,
2.5-ACRE TRACTI & "AS IS" IMPROVEMENTS NEAR BELL: Wooded 2.5 acre tract just North of Bell, has well/septic/frame building...$31,500.
LOTS FROM HALF TO ONE-ACRE TRACTS--We have a variety of half-acre to one-acre tracts available, all located in the Gilchrist/Levy County
area...a two-lot tract in Itenton for $39,900; two I/2-acre Silver Oaks S/D tracts in Fanning Springs, starting at $29,900 and three one-acre tracts,
each across from the river (at Suwannee Landing), starting at $6,000-* .
: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:
Jean Troke (cell #) Jim Tlroke (cell #) Jean & Jim (home #) Paul Troke (cell #)
(352) 493-3539 (352) 493-5237 (386) 935-3357 (352) 221-2999


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The Log Cabin Quilters met Thurs- week.
day May 28. A busy day was enjoyed. Greg and the young men were out
Some of the quilters are looking for Tuesday and got so much done. We
all kinds of old patterns. I have a big are hanging baskets in the gazebo as
box that needed to be taken care of, well as on the porch.
and we found patterns that we had Dinner was fried chicken, beans
made years ago. Next week we will and potatoes, squash casserole, kraut,
go through stamping patterns that potato .salad, carrot salad, -jell-o,
need to be used. Quilting goes on on tossed salad, cake, club pecan crack-
the Rail Fence and Log Cabin. The ers, cantaloupe and so Ipuch more.
Dresden Plate will be started next





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In accordance with Federal Law and U.S. Department of Agricultu re. policy, this
institution is prohibited from discrirrdination on the basis of race, color, national
origini,sexlage, or disability. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs.) To
file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, COffice of Civil Rights,
Room 326-W, Whitten Buildi ng, '1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Was~hington,
DC 20259-9410 or call (202) 720-5964 (voice an~d TDD). USDA is an equal
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Trenton Medical Center, Inc., soon to be known as Palms Medical
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until .4:00 pm on Thursday, June 18th, 2009, at our Trenton
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LIG CHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


Page Fifteen


THURSDAYJUNE 42009


Left to rtght; Pat Luka, Myrle Gilkey, andc Ann Miangoni are proud
winners in the state fair competition...way to go.


home. Our Dresden Plate~ is coming
along and about seven members have
already turned in their Chnistmas tree
squares, all of which are so differ-
ent and, so creative. Guess those! of
us that h~aven'~t gotten started on ours
will have to put our thinking caps on
'cause the bar has already been set
high.
Six of us attended the "volunteer
thank you" event held by Ayers.
What a gala~ party. They always do a
terrific job and this was no exception.
I know I speak for all the volunteers
when I say no one volunteers for a
reward or party. It is enough to share
your God given talents with others


Wednesday, April 22, found 17
Joyful Hearts gathered together to
quilt, knit, embroider, and Swedish
weave along w~ith and most impor-
tantly, enjoying the company of one
another
Our "Friendship Garden" quilt
is finished and was raffled off. The
,drawing was held at our May 6 meet-
ing. At that meeting, IViother's Day
was celebrated. Members wore their
~fancy or funny hats.
Our "Somethin' to Crow About"
quilt is on the frame and it truly is
going to be something' to crow about.
Each rooster is so unique and colorful .
and everyone wants to take this one


Left to right: Alice Binns and Gwen Milansch celebrate therr M/arch
birthdays with Jeffc's heavenly pineapple upside down cake.


but Ayers sure knows how t'o thank
you and we thank~ them from the
bottom of our hearts. Elaine, Bon-
nie, Diana,, AnnTaylor, Myrle, and
I really enjoyed the fantastic food,
drinks, desserts, music, decorations,
and efforts of all their staff. They are
such a blessing to the residents, their
flunilies, friends, and.our community.
God's blessings to them all.
'It seems, of late, thiat almost ev-


eryone is deeply concerned about the
state of the economy, our country,
and the entire world. While we don't
know what tomorrow holds, we do
know who holds tomorrow. Let it be
a source of comfort to know that with
prices on the rise daily, faith, the most
precious of all comniodities, is still
free. 'Til next time, a joyful heart.
Marilyn Runde


causes they said they were collecting
for.
Among the organizations targeted:
American Veterans Relief Founda-
tion' Inc.,
Coalitioh of Police and Sheriffs
Inc. and Disabled Firefighters Fund.
Another target of the~ effort is on its
way to making amends.
Florida and other states filed a
lawsuit against Community Support
Inc., a company that solicited funds
on behalf of 35 charitable clients but
generally kept more than 80 percent
of donations, or in some cases, 90
percent of money collected.
The lawsuit also alleges Communi-
ty Support harassed people who were
called, sometimes falsely claimed to
be members of law enforcement or
veterans, or claimed someone had
'made a pledge when they haid not.
The company has agreed to cease
tl ymproepner or illegaleco tct, te at-
agreed to regularly report informa-
tion to states about its actions and
wil rroe murempl ,00 nostatesh f


the cost of. the investigations.
Some tips from the FTC before
yiou donate to any charity:
Check out an organization before
donating. Some phony charities use
names, seals and logos: that look ~or
.sound like thpse of respected, legiti-
mate organizations.
The words veterans or military
in a charity group's literature or sales
pitch don't necessarily mean veterans
or members of "the military or their
families, will benefit from a dona-
tion.
Donate to charities with a track
record. Charities that spring up over-
night mnay~disappear just as quickly. ~
'* Don't make cash donations. For
security and tax' record purchases,,
pay by check -- making the payment
in the name of the charity -- and get
a receipt.


but they give misleading information
about how much of the money would
actually be given to those groups.
"Operation False Charity" in-
cludes 76 actions against 32 fundrais-
ing companies, 31 individuals and 22
nonprofits -- or groups claiming to
be nonprofits. The effort is led by the
Federal Trade Commission, 61 attor-
neys general, secretaries of state and
other-law enforcers in 48 states and
the District of Columbia.
The FTC says the money collected
wa~s used overwhelmingly to support
the charity administration, not the


Nat oal Effo t FightS
Charity Fraud
BY NIRVI SHAH
The Miami Herald
Do your homework before donat-
ing money to a charity claiming to
collect money to` help police, fire-
fighters or military vete'ranb, the Flor-
-ida attorney general's office warned
Wednesday- '
Florida joined ,a national .effort
to fight fraud commiitted by groups
claimingg to collect money on behalf
of protection agencies and veterans,


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;TuesdayJTune 9th, 009 a '6:00 P.1V.: at the Trenton High School AuditoriunT
located at 1013 N. Mrain Stireet.

The Vision Committee will be: revilewlitg the final draft of the 2030 Vision
Report and taking a vote on whether cjr r~ijt to recommend its adoptioii to
the .Gilchrist County Commission..

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GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


Pagoe Sixteen


THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 2009:


Volunteers inho worked on Tuesday to make Celebration Day at Bell Elementary School a success included,
back row, 1-r: Tabitha Ritchey, Phyllis Robinson, Chris Malecki, Carol Murray, Colleen Yarbrough, Diana
L nn and Am Tomkins Front row 1-r: Jennie JoinerMaril n Runde Tina Ritche Pamla Pi a


,


Haven Hospice representatives accepted a deed last week. Shown~i 1-r: Gene aisd Rita Wealing, Tim Bow~en,
Kathleen Bogolea and Michael Morse.


Gene' and Rita Wealing graciously
donated a home and one acre of land
in Famling Sp~ri~ngs to Hiaven Hospice
last Thursday.
AccordingF to Jenni Williamis olf
.Have~n Hospice, 100 percent of the
proce~eds from the sale of the house
and lanid will~ support patieilt care,
services and the: manyprograms pro-
vided by Haven Hospice that are oth-
erwise unfunded.
The deed presentation took place
at Levy Abstract 80 Title oil Th ursday
morning, Williams said. .


of-life and. palliative care and' is one
of three 2008 Circl~e of Life Award
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patients near the eixd of.1ife, or with
.life-threatening conditions.
Hayen. Hospice has servedd more
\than 45,000 patietnts\axi~d families
.since 1979) and has been licensed in
Florida as a not-for-profit hospice
since 1980.
For more information on HIjaven
Hospice, visit w~ww.havenhospice
org or call 800-727-1889


traffic during certain times of the year
runs all night with large trucks going
in and out of the property. "With the
proposed dairy on this property, will
these problems only get worse?" she
asked.
Charlie Smith, ~the chief financial
officer for St. John's dairy opera-
tions, invited the residents to accom-
pany him on a tour of South Pointe
Dairy, an existing rotational grazing
dairy that is operating in Le~vy Coun-
ty south of Chiefland.
Daivid M. "Duke"' Lang told the
board that he too~ ias an adjoining
property owner ~and he was con-
cerned about the entrance road to the
proposed dairy.
The planning committee discussed
the application before board niember
Craig Watson made a motion to~ ap-
prove -the application with the iden-
tified conditions. Mlichelle: Crawford
agreed and gave a second to the mo-
tion. The board recommecnded ap-
'proval as they roted 4/0t in favor of


day ivith a feed that does not contain
siage. St..John explained there would
be no silage on this dairy. He told the
commttee that in studies conducted
when cows are fed silage, they have
tendencie's to nobt graze the pastures
like- they should. A ~small milking
parlor will be constructed on a one-
half-acre parcel centrally located to
milki the estimated 1200 to 1400 head
of cows. St. John, the managitig part-
ner, explained that the coys would be
spreading an :estimated 85%/ of their
manure in theii- grazing areas. As the
cows are being milked an estimated
15% of the manure they produce will
be washed into a concrete holding
tank that 'is spread back onto a non-
grazed parcel of pasture where hay
will be cut. St. John explained that
this design of dairy operation is very
lieighiborhood friendly.
Committee chairman Alan Mikell
opened the meeting to allow the pub-
lic to.address the board involving this
application. BobbK Cruse, a resident
and property .ovner in the neighbor-
Shood of the identified site ex~plained
that the proposed dairy :is causing
great concern among thei residents.
He told the board that the water qual-
ity has gotten so ebad that they are
drinking bo'ttled water. He pointed
out that his well has gone dry and a
:::::?r. :.he fle n db k et te
proposed dairy are causing the pr'oh-
:2.yo~woeit.!po~ be ncee ~tIdte ethe
tively' affected.
lklaryann Bass. a resident in the
~area, told the board that they are cur-
:rently impacted by -a large fly prob-
lem and the odors from the~ existing
property use is bad enough. She is
concerned that the .proposed daiiry
Swill nly makte thie current problems
worse.
Ron S't. John told the residents that
if the dairy application is approved,
Within two years he wpuld reduce the
current problems that: they are expe-
niencmng.
Marsha Anglin, a property owner
and resident on SW 32n~d Place, told
the Iboaid that she too is concerned in-
Svolving the issues that other residents
have already, expressed ~to the coin-
mittee. She also pointed out that the


submitting the application on to the
.Gilchrist County Commission. The
County Commission is expected to
hear the proposed application in a fu-
ture meeting in late June or July.
The Planning Commission, seated
as the Board of Adjustment, also
heard a request for a Special Excep-
tion from Bailey Farms, Inc. ~repre-
.serited byr Larry E Grant. He is seek-
ing approval to allow the proposing,
storage and sale of agriculture prod-
ucts that are not grown on the premis-
es bordering Cli-334. David M. Lang
represented the applicant to identify'
several issues involving the applica-
tion.
The Gilchrist County Coinmissioth
sent this application~to the Board of
Adjustment recommending approvaS
with conditions.
'The committee following a lengthy
discussion approved the ~applicatiozri
4-0 with identified conditions involv-:
ing traffic signage, and 'times of op-:
eration at this facility.


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Haven Hospice benefits Wayfair/Townsend Bonnie Edwards and Betty ilms.
from home, land donation to b hed Jne1 Rotational grazmng dairy reccomended

By Carrie A. Mizell Haven Hospice specializes in end- .. :..Continued from page 1'


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