<%BANNER%>
Gilchrist County journal
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS MAP IT! ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028300/00337
 Material Information
Title: Gilchrist County journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Thetis F. Fisher
Place of Publication: Trenton Fla
Publication Date: 6/30/2011
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Trenton (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gilchrist County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gilchrist -- Trenton
Coordinates: 29.615 x -82.817778 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579628
oclc - 01458649
notis - ADA7475
lccn - sn 96027130
System ID: UF00028300:00337

Full Text



















*dfrlint CountpL "utrna1


Serving Gilchrist County and Surrounding Area for over 81 Years
207 North Main Street, Trenton, Florida 32693
Phone (352) 463-7135 Fax (352) 463-7393 $22.00A.Year InTri-County Area (Gilchrist,
Vol. 81 -No. 6 iP( 47. net Trenton, Florida 32693 Thursday, June 30, 2011 Price 50 Dixie&LevyCounties),$28.000therAreas
www.Bgilchristcountyjournal.net Of Florida, $32.00 Out Of State



Blessed Hope needs a miracle


By Carrie A. Mizell
Independence Day has long been
associated with parades, barbecues
and fireworks; however, area bum
bans and financial constraints have
led to the cancellation of several area
shows.
Talk of fireworks in Trenton this
year fizzled with the threat of a bum
ban that would potentially cancel the
show. However, Otter Springs and
Ginnie Springs both made applica-
tions to the Gilchrist County Board
of County Commissioners for a fire-
works permit.
On Tuesday morning Gilchrist
County officials decided to lift the
countywide bum ban, which will al-
low for fireworks at Otter Springs
and Ginnie Springs.
Independence Day Fireworks will
be held at Ginnie Springs on Satur-
day, July 2. "Old Dixie Highway"
will perform before and after the fire-
works show.
Otter Springs will have fireworks
on Sunday evening for campers, be-
ginning at 9:15 p.m.
A plethora of Independence Day
celebrations will be held throughout
the area, many featuring parades,
barbecues, carnivals and fireworks.
Horseshoe Beach 'will celebrate the
4th of July on Friday, July 1, with a
fireworks display beginning around
9 p.m. Vendors will be set up at this


family friendly celebration.
The City of Williston will hold its
Independence Day Festival on Satur-
day from 5 p.m. to dusk.
The festival will begin with a pa-
rade along Main Street at 5 p.m.
The ,celebration will then move
to the Williston Horseman's Park,
which is located at' 803 SW 19th Av-
enue in Williston.
Festivities at the park will begin
at 6 p.m. with booths, exhibits and
food. The Shane Wooten Band will
perform at 7 p.m. during opening
ceremonies. The fireworks will con-
clude the annual festival.
Also on Saturday, Suwannee will
hold its annual fireworks display.
Fishing, Fun & Fireworks will begin
with a fishing tournament early in the
day followed by a street festival for
the entire family, prior to the start of
a spectacular fireworks show spon-
sored by the Suwannee River Cham-
ber of Commerce.
Cedar Key's annual Clamerica Cel-
ebration was canceled this year due
to financial constraints, but that isn't
stopping the island from celebrating
the 4th of July with a Celebrate Ce-
dar Key event planned for 10 a.m. to
4 p.m. at the city park on Monday.
Events will begin at 10 a.m. with a
parade. Live music will be played
throughout the day. There will also
be food booths, clam bag races, pi-


By Carrie A. Mizell
For 12 years Blessed Hope minis-
try has helped people in need; now
volunteers say they need a miracle
to keep going.
The Blessed Hope building, which
sits on State Road 41 in downtown
Newberry, was devastated by fire
on May 27. Antonio Falco Felipe,
27, broke into the building, stole
items like a set of false teeth, neck
ties and video games before setting
the building ablaze.
"I bet that boy didn't get $20.
worth of stuff," said Evelyn McK-
oy, a founder of Blessed Hope.
"The worst part is, we would have
given it all to him. He didn't need
to break in and steal it, or set our
building on fire."
Whether it was providing food to
eat, paying an overdue electric bill,
or giving a refrigerator to someone
in need, the 12 volunteers at Blessed
Hope have risen to the call, serving
nearly 1,200 people each month.
"What people don't stop to con-
sider is that we're all living a pay
check or two from being in the
same situation these people in need
are in," McKoy said.
Before the devastating fire, vol-
unteers worked up to 80 hours a
week manning the Blessed Hope
Thrift Store, which offered furni-
ture, clothing, holiday, household
and ladies boutique items at nomi-
nal fees.
"You probably don't know, but
the people Blessed Hope helps
come from Hawthorne, Archer,
Trenton, High Springs and New-


Evelyn McKoy, a founder of Blessed Hope ministry, stands outside the burned out building.


berry just to name a few," said volun-
teer Kala Daub.
According to McKoy, the 501C-
3 organization requires $1,474 each
month to meet its obligations, which
include pest control, paper bags, elec-
tricity, office supplies, food that has
to be purchased for the food pantry,
water/sewage fees.


The City of Newberry, two local
churches and a private individual
contribute to the ministry each month,
but that only accounts for $450 total.
Over the last 12 years rent and in-
surance on the building have been
waived by the property owner, Judy
Durrance and her family. Since the
fire, Blessed Hope ministry has been


forced to explore other options to
stay open, since they can only re-
main at the current location through
July 27.
"We need to find a building
we can use," McKoy explained.
"We're running out of time."
To assist the ministry, call Ev-
elyn McKoy at (352) 472-4160.


Blessed Hope Inventory Sale, to keep the food pantry operating, will be held July 1-2 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.


rate school and treasure hunt for kids.
Fireworks will begin at dusk.
The City of Alachua will hold its
"The Largest Small Town Fireworks
Display In America" on Monday
from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Hal
Brady Recreation Complex, Which
is located at NW 146th Terrace in
Alachua. There will be children's ac-
tivities throughout the day including
a petting zoo, bounce houses, water
slides and more, along with bingo
contests, dancing groups and bar-
becue eating contests for the adults.
Fireworks will begin at 9:30 p.m.


The Suwannee River at Suwannee Springs at its lowest flow ever re-
corded. Several months of rainfall deficits have led to historical low
flows on the upper Suwannee River.


Water Management


District urges citizens


to conserve water


Submitted
As drought conditions continue to
worsen, the Suwannee River Water
Management District (District) urges
all water users to eliminate non-es-
sential uses of water.
"We had the ninth driest May since
1932, and the upper Aucilla, Suwan-
nee and Santa Fe basins experienced
rainfall deficits of nearly 25 inches
compared to an average year," said


Megan Wetherington, District senior
professional engineer.
Several months of below-average
rainfall has led to record-breaking
low flows on the upper Suwannee
River, including the Suwannee River
at White Springs with records go-
ing back to 1906. Gages on the up-
per Santa Fe reported that flow has
Continued to page 10


Commission approves monument

for World War I


By John M. Ayers
Gilchrist County Historical So-
ciety President Charlotte Pedersen
addressed the Gilchrist Commission
-in their Monday, June 20 meeting to
present a draft drawing of the pro-
posed World War I monument.
Pedersen was assisted by Jim Mash,
Gilchrist County veteran service di-
rector. She requested the commission
alloys the Gilchrist Historical Society


to have the World War I monument
placed in the Gilchrist County Me-
morial Park south of the courthouse
in Trenton.
Pedersen explained that World War
I, from 1914-1918, was an incred-
ibly difficult time in this country; and
this monument will forever remem-
ber those veterans, who fought and
served our country in this conflict.
She added the Historical Society


WORLD WAR I

1914- 1918
"THE GREAT WAR"


"THE WAR TO END ALL WARS"


DEDICATED TO ALL WHO SO
HONORABLY SERVED THEIR COUNTRY


* has received a quote for the monu-
ment from O.T. Davis Company to
prepare the granite monument and
inscribe the two sides with informa-
tion identifying this war. Mrs. Peder"
sen explained the Historical Society
would be accepting donations to pay
for the $2,548 expense to complete
this project.
Gilchrist County Commissioner
.Tommy Langford made a motion to
approve the placement of the monu-
ment in the Gilchrist Memorial Park.
Commissioner Sharon Langford gave
a second in agreement with the mo-
tion. The board voted unanimously in
favor of the motion.

State considers

allowing

camp sites at

Fanning Springs

State Park
Submitted
The Florida Department of Envi-
ronmental Protection's Division of
Recreation and Parks will host a pub-
lic meeting on Wednesday, July 6, at
Fanning Springs City Hall.
The 6:30 p.m. meeting will consist
of the presentation and discussion of
an amendment to the land manage-
ment plan for Fanning Springs State
Park and an opportunity for public
comment. The amendments address
the potential for adding family camp-
ing at Fanning Springs State Park.
Fanning Springs City Hall is locat-
ed at 17651 NW 90th Court.


Holiday Closings
The Gilchrist County Courthouse
and all county offices will be closed
on Monday, July 4, 2011, in obser-
vance of Independence Day.


The Gilchrist County Journal will
be closed on Monday, July 4, 2011 in
observance of Independence Day.
Advertising deadlines for the July
7, 2011 issue of the Gilchrist County
Journal will change to Friday, July 1
at 5 p.m.
Following the holiday, the Gilchrist
County Journal will re-open for busi-
ness on Tuesday, July 5 at 8 a.m.


Freedom and fireworks

mark July 4th weekend


I

0
to
Ll
-J,




CL
U8

-


c>-5o
04

-MLL.
-


LLCO
z^
LL1)


I i


I "--


I












GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 2011


Commission splits on building managers'


house on state property


By John M Ayers
The Gilchrist County Commis-
sion recently discussed in detail the
need to revise the lease agreement
involving capital improvements with
Gilchrist County and the Suwannee
River Water Management District at
Otter Springs Park.
Gilchrist County currently is in-
volved with the SRWMD in operat-
ing Otter Springs.
The two government entities had
previously agreed on how the ex-
penses and capital improvements
would be paid for. Gilchrist Clerk Joe
Gilliam reported to the Commission


MEFR

Les
Consti
4
homn
State Certified
General Contractor
CGC1516220


that he met with SRWMD chairman
Don Quincy and Executive Direc-
tor David Still during the executive
board's recent meeting in Fanning
Springs.
The two district representatives
told the clerk that SRWMD would
reimburse the county if they decided
to build a manager's residence at Ot-
ter Springs Park.
Commissioner D. Ray Harrison,
Jr. explained that the .-SRWMD had
formally agreed to pay for capital
expenditures if Gilchrist County and
the executive board agreed the im-
provements were necessary.


Call for your
REE ESTIMATE.

die Sapp
auction, Inc.
163-7589
ses@lesliesapp.com
State Certified
Roofing Contractor
CCC-1329256


Gilchrist County Journal
USPS-218-620
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
IN GILCHRIST COUNTY, 207 N. MAIN
TRENTON, FLORIDA
Less than 75% advertising
We reserve the right to shorten articles, letters,
etc. and delete any part or leave out in its entirety
if we judge such to be offensive.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
$22.00 A Year In Tri-County Area
$28.00 All Other Areas In Florida $32 Out Of State
JOHN MIN AYERS II
EDITOR, PUBLISHER AND OWNER

CARRIE AYERS MIZELL
ASSOCIATE EDITOR

Cindy Jo Ayers, Mark Schuler, Aleta Sheffield,
Stephanie Martin, Lelia Austin, and Chris Rogers
ASSISTANTS
Entered as Periodicals at the Post Office at Trenton,
Florida, under the act of March 3, 1879.
POSTMASTER Please Send Address Change To:
Gilchrist County Journal, 207 N. Main Street,
Trenton, Florida 32693


"I would not be in favor of spending
county tax dollars for improvements
at Otter Springs when the SRWMD
owns the property," Harrison said.
Even if the district agreed to reim-
burse the county, Harrison explained
he was not in favor of the expense.
Ron McQueen, Gilchrist County
administrator, explained to the board
the park manager is living in a resi-
dence that few would stay in.
"The need for a manager's resi-
dence is of great importance," Mc-
Queen added.
Commissioner Sharon Langford
asked the Commission if a mobile


home or modular residence would be
suitable for the park manager.
Commissioner Tommy Langford
made a motion for the staff to check
on a size and a price to construct a
manager's residence at Otter Springs.
Commissioner Sharon Langford
agreed and seconded the motion for
further discussion. She added the
staff should also bring back prices
to the board on mobile homes and
modular housing.
, The chairman called for a vote and
the motion was approved by a 4-1
vote. Commissioner Harrison voted
no on the motion.


Schools celebrate release of FCAT results


Submitted
Superintendent Don Thomas re-
ports that all scores from the Spring
2011 FCAT Assessment have been
received and the results are fantastic.
"Our schools have done it again!"
shared Don Thomas in reviewing
the results. This success occurred
while transitioning to the new FCAT
2.0. According to the Florida De-
partment of Education, the new as-
sessments are based on Florida's
updated, more rigorous curriculum
standards. In addition, certain grade
levels participated in computerized
testing for the first time. Grade 10
students took their mathematics as-
sessment on the computer. Algebra I
students took a computerized End of
Course Exam (EOC). Despite all of
the new components to the state as-
sessment program, Gilchrist County
Schools shined. Gilchrist County
School District ranked number one
in the State in Grade 7 Mathematics
and Grade 8 Science. "The middle
and high school scores excelled state
average in most areas with the 8th
grade science and 7th grade math-
ematics ranking number one in the
State," shared Janet Bradley, Director
of Secondary Education. The FCAT
scores are received in levels. There
are 5 possible levels with 5 being the
highest. Earning a level 3 or higher
is considered proficient. The percent
proficient in Grade 7 Mathematics
was 79%. The percent proficient in
Grade 8 Science was 66%. Gilchrist
County School District was one of
the top 10 performing school districts
in Reading, Mathematics and Science
in Grade 4, 7, 8, 9 10, and, 11. "We
attribute this success to our focus on
student achievement. We work hard
to monitor the success of our students
throughout the school year in an ef-
fort to ensure that all of our students
can demonstrate obtained knowledge
of the standards," shared Superinten-
dent Don Thomas. Sherry Lindsey,
Bell Elementary Principal, stated,
"Bell Elementary School is very hap-
py with the FCAT results. The results
are indicative of the hard work stu-
dents and teachers did this past year."
Lynette Langford, Trenton High


School Principal explains, "It takes a
lot of dedication to maintain as a high
performing school district. I appre-
ciate how our teachers and students
do their very best each year to show
how hard they work in the class-
room." Even though the schools are
celebrating the FCAT scores today,
they realize that there is still work to
be completed. According to Wendy
O'Steen, Director of Elementary
School, "4th and 5th grade teachers
and students continue to perform well
on the FCAT. As the State continues
to raise the bar in Reading, Math and
Science, as we move into next year
we will continue to look for ways to
improve in all areas." Data is already
being broken down and analyzed in
efforts to improve as the school dis-
trict head towards a new school year.
Superintendent Don Thomas shared,
"I want to thank our teachers, sup-
port staff, students and community
for supporting the Gilchrist County
School District. Enjoy summer and
rest. You all deserve it."
Bell Elementary School
Reading
(Percent Level 3.4,5)
Grade 4--82*
Grade 5--76*
Mathematics
(Percent Level 3,4,5)
Grade 4--89*
Grade 5-- 67*
Science
(Percent Level 3,4, 5)
Grade 4--n/a
Grade 5--57*
*indicates percent level 3,4,5
was above state average
Trenton Elementary School
Reading
(Percent Level 3,4,5)
Grade 4--81*
Mathematics
(Percent Level 3,4,5)
Grade 4--86*
Science
(Percent Level 3,4, 5)
Grade 4--n/a
*indicates percent level 3,4,5
was above state average
Trenton High School
Reading
(Percent Level 3,4,5)


Grade 5--74*
Grade 6--71
Grade 7--78*
Grade 8--68*
Grade,9--63*
Grade 10--46*
Grade 11--n/a
Mathematics
(Percent Level 3,4,5)
Grade 5--58
Grade 6--59*
Grade 7--76*
Grade 8--78*
Grade 9--n/a
Grade 10--80*
Grade 11--n/a
Science
(Percent Level 3,4, 5)
Grade 5--61*
Grade 6--n/a
Grade 7--n/a
Grade 8--64*
Grade 9--n/a
Grade 10--n/a
Grade 11--54*
*indicates proficiency score
was above state average


Bell High School
Reading
(Percent Level 3,4,5)
Grade 6--66
Grade 7-81*
Grade 8--68*
Grade 9--64*
Grade 10--54*
Grade 11--n/a
Mathematics
(Percent Level 3,4,5)
Grade 6--56
Grade 7--82*
Grade 8--87*
Grade 9--n/a
Grade 10--81*
Grade 11--n/a
Science
(Percent Level 3,4, 5)
Grade 6--n/a
Grade 7--n/a
Grade 8--69*
Grade 9--n/a
Grade 10--n/a
Grade 11--49*
*indicates percent level 3,4,5
was above state average


4-H members are shown back row, l-r: Dylan Wise and Crystal Smith
with Miss Hannah Gilliam. Front row, l-r: Cayden Carter, Madison


Hines and Cole Carter.

Busy Bee 4-H kids

celebrate Pollinator Week


Submitted
To celebrate Pollinator, Week,
Gilchrist County Busy Bee 4-H vis-
ited the Lower Suwannee National
Wildlife Refuge. At the beginning
of the photo safari only a couple of
the youngsters knew about pollina-
tors, but by the end of the day camp
everyone could explain the benefits
of native bees, butterflies, as well as
some wasps and beetles.
Kids came to explore the Refuge
with Ranger Pam, who armed each
youngster with a camera. After the
hour-long walk to the pollinator gar-
den and down the Suwannee River
Trail, kids had taken photos of flow-
ers, native bees, dragonflies, and sites
along the trail. While the Ranger
printed the photos for the nature jour-
nals provided by the Friends of the
Lower Suwannee NWR, leader Han-
nah Gilliam read from the Refuge
Activity Guide.


After the Busy Bees glued their
photos into the journals, they wrote
comments about. the trail, pollinators,
and flowers they saw. Even though
school's out, these young conserva-
tionists keep learning, writing, and
expressing themselves through their
photography. All went home with
stickers, coloring books, and their
journals full of photos.
If your child's group is looking for
an activity, call 352/493-0238, ext
223 and talk to Ranger Pam.


2010 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report
for the City of Trenton, FL
PWSID# 2211188
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
provide you with a safe and 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 source is drawn ground water from two wells. The wells draw water from the Floridan aquifer and the water is then chlorinated for disinfection
purposes.
In 2010 the Department of Environmental Protection performed a Source Water Assessment on our system. The assessment was conducted to provide information about any potential sources of
contamination in the vicinity of our wells. There are lour potential sources of contamination identified for this system with moderate susceptibility level. The assessment results are available on the FDEP
Source Water Assessment and Protection Program website at www.dep.slate.l1.us/swapp.
This report shows our water quality results and what they mean.
Ifyou have any questions about this report or concerning your water utility, please contact Taylor Brown at (352) 463-4000. We encourage our valued customers to be informed about their water utility. If
you want to learn more, please attend any of our regularly scheduled meetings. They are held on thle second and fourth Tuesdays of each month beginning at 5:30 pam at the City of Trenton Community
Center at 214 SII Third A\ cenuc.
The City of Trenton routinely monitors for contaminants in your drinking water according to Federal and State laws. rules, and regulations. Except where indicated otherwise. this report is based on the
results of our monitoring for,the period of January I to )December 31, 2010. Data obtained before January 1, 2010, and presented in this report arc from the most recent testing done in accordance with the
laws, rules, and regulations.
In tire table below, you may find unfamiliar terms and abbreviations. To help you better understand these terms we've provided tihe following definitions:
Maximum Contaminantt L.evel or MCL.: The highest level of a contaminant that is allossed in drinking water. MCILs are set as close to the MCLGs as feasible using the best available treatment technology.
Maximum Contaminant Level Goal or MCI.G: 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 Ievel (AL): The concentration of a contaminant which, if exceeded, triggers treatment or other requirements thal a water system must follow.
Maximum residual disinfectant level or MRIDL: 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 contaminants.
Maximum residual disinfectant level goal or MRDLG: The level of a drinking water disinfectant below which there is no known or expected risk to health. MRDLGs do not reflect the benefits of the use
of disinfectants to control microbial contaminants.
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 sample.
Parts per billion (ppb) or Micrograms per liter (pg/1) one part by weight of analyte to 1 billion parts by weight of the water sample.
Inorganic Contaminants
Contaminant and Unit of Dates of sampling MCL Violation Level Range MCLG MCL Likely Sources
Measurement (mo./yr.) Y/N Detected of Results ofContamination
Erosion of natural deposits. runoff
Arsenic (ppb) 12/09 N 4.7 N/A N/A 10 from orchards: runoff from glass
and electronics production wastes.
Discharge of drilling wastes:
Barium (ppm) 12/09 N .0023 N/A 2 2 discharge from metal refineries:
erosion of natural deposits
Sodiumt (ppm) 12/09 %N 9.5 N/A N/A 160 Salt water intrusion, leaching from soil

Stage 1 Disinfectant and Disinfection By-Product
For bromine, chloramines, or chlorine, the level detected is the thle highest running annual average (RAA), computed quarterly, of monthly averages of all samples collected.
For haloacetic acids or TTI IM, the level detected is the highest RAA, computed quarterly, of quarterly averages of all samples collected if the system is monitoring quarterly or
is the average of all samples taken during the year if the system monitors less frequently than quarterly. Range of Results is tile range of individual sample results
(lowest to highest) Ior all monitoring locations, including Initial Distribution System Evaluation (IDSE) results as well as Stage I compliance results.
Disinfectant or Contaminant D)ates of sampling MCL Violation Level Range MCLG or MCL or Likely Sources
and llnil of Measurement (mo./yr.) Y/N Detected of Results MRDLG MRDL of Contamination
Chlorine (ppm) Monthly N 0.76 0.55-0.9 MRDI.G MRDI Water additive used
2010 =4 =4.0 to control microbes
'ItIM ['Toal 08/2009 N 6.6 N/A N/A MC 80 13y-product of drinking
trihalomethanesl (pph) water disinfection

Lead and Copper (Tap Water)
SN,. of
snnuiping AL
Contaminant and Unit of Dates ofsammpling AL Violation 90(th Percentile 'ic (Action Likely Sources
Measurement (mo./yr.) Y/N Result the AI. MCLG Level) of Contamiination
Copper (tap water) (ppm) 06/2010 N 0.59 0 1.3 1.3 Corrosion of household plumbing systems:
erosion of natural deposits: leaching Irotm
Nwood preservatives
Lead (tap water) (pph) 06/2010 N .3 0 0 15 Corrosion of household plumbing systems.
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 w ith
service lines and home plumbing. City o'f renton 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 can minimize the potential for lead exposure by llushing 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. Infornnation on lead in drinking water, testing methods, and steps you can take to minimize exposure is available from tihe Safe Drinking Water I lotline or
at http://www.epa.gov/sattewater/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 tip 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 satilts and metals, which can be naturally-occurring or result fi'rom urban storinwater runofl, 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 runol'f, 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 front gas stations.
urban stormwatcr 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, thIe IPlA prescribes regulations, which limit the amount of certain contaminants in water provided by public water systems. l'he Food and I)rug, Administra-
tion (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 ofcontaminants does not necessarily) indicate ttiha thie water
poses a health risk. More information about contaminants and potential health effects calln he obtained by calling the Environmental Protection Agency's Sale Drinking Water Ilotline at 1-8I00-420-4701.
Some people may be more vulnerable to contaminants in drinking water than (lie general population. Iinommuino-coinipromnnised persons such ais persons with cancer undergoing elminillierapy,
persons who have undergone organ transplants, people with IIIV/AIDS or other immune system disorders, some elderly, and infants cani be particularly at risk front infections. These people
should seek advice about drinking water from their health care providers. EPA/CDC guidelines on appropriate means on lessen the risk of infection hy (Cryptosporidliun and other microhiological
contaminants are available from the Safe Drinking Water Hotline (80110-426-4791).
We at the City of Trenton would like you to understand the efforts we make .... ...i.. i. ll improve the walker treatment process and protect our water resources. We are connnitted to insuring the quality ot
your water. If you have any questions or concerns about the information provided, please feel free to call any of the numbers listed.


Page Two


ROOF LEAK?


- -c:,- , -









r',Tt |t,1Crs AXV TTM FN1-n 'C 1 I


LIG CHRIST COUNTY JOUR L


THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 2011


John's Comments
By John M. Ayers

This upcoming weekend marks pick up our limit often times before
one of the biggest if not the busiest we reach Pepperfish Key. One report
weekends of the summer on Florida's I read Monday morning indicated the
waterways and coastal tributaries. scallops were along side the edge of
This past weekend many of Florida's grassy sandy spots just east of Pep-
boating public loaded their crafts and perfish. This report indicated they
headed to the grassy flats for some had picked them up before the tide
scallops, changed and when the water began to
We did not take the .opportunity come in, there was another bunch of
to search for scallops at Horseshoe the swimming shells right back in the
Beach or Pepperfish Key, but from same spot.
what I understand, the sweet morsels We hope to get out on the water
in the shell are lying everywhere in soon. If you have the opportunity to
the grassy shallows, scallop, take plenty of sunscreen for
Over the past several years the the kids and keep those young swim-
scallops have varied from area to mers hydrated. Kids burn up a lot
area. This year FWC reports the scal- of energy when they are swimming,
lop study in May and June has shown searching for those tasty scallops.
good numbers of scallops in Florida's If the scallops are plentiful, it won't
Big Bend. The areas of Hernando, take long to get the 2-gallon maxi-
Steinhatchee and St. Joe Bay have mum per person. A boat is allowed
shown the most impressive numbers to have up to 10 gallons of scallops
with each of these locations report- if there are five or more people on
iiig over 135 scallops in a 656 square board the craft.
yard area. This is an exciting report Have a fun and safe Independence
as we have enjoyed going over to Day and be careful on the water this
Horseshoe Beach from SuWannee to weekend.


County agrees to signage on

Santa Fe River
By John M. Ayers sion in their next meeting. The Comn-
The Gilchrist County Commission mission approved of the action by a
took the first step in agreeing with the unanimous vote..
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conserva-
tion Commission to have speed limit County adonts
signs posted on the Santa Fe RiverJ L
along the banks of Gilchrist, Colum- A nimal Control
bia, Suwannee and Lafayette coun- A nim al Control

Commissioner Tommy Langford Service fees
discussed with the board that FWC
had met with all four counties in- By John M. Ayers
volved in the posting of signage The Gilchrist County Commission
along the banks of the Santa Fe River. adopted animal control service fees
Commissioner Langford explained for the adoption and animal pickup in
that the FWC had determined where Gilchrist County.
each of the seventeen signs would be The board discussed Resolution
located that Gilchrist County would 2011-29 which identified a $90 fee
have to provide. FWC has done the for the adoption of each individual
preliminary study and determined the dog, cat and horse from the Gilchrist
price of each sign at $99. Each of the County Animal Services. This reso-
reflective aluminum signs would be lution also named the proposed $25
installed on trees in the river. Comn- fee for the pickup of an animal by an
missioner Langford explained if officer when the animal control per-
Gilchrist County agrees to the pro- son is called to a location to pickup
posed ordinance and submits it to the an animal that is being given up by
state agency, the Conservation Corn- the pet's owner.
mission would meet with the three Commissioner Tommy Langford
other county governments to deter- made a motion to adopt Resolution
mine if they too were in support of 2011-29 which identifies the animal
this safety program. control. service fees. Commissioner
Commissioner Tommy Langford D. Ray Harrison, Jr. gave a second to
gave a motion to have attorney John the motion. The board approved the
McPherson draft an ordinance and resolution and these fees went into
present it to the Gilchrist Commis- effect on Tuesday, June 21, 2011.





Date High Low High Low High
Thu 2.892 ft. 1.786 ft. 3.839 ft. -0.343 ft.
Jun30, 11 2:50 AM8:00 AM 1:30 PM 9:05 PM _
Fri 2.961 ft. 1.700 ft. 3.913 ft. -0.388 ft.
Jul 1, 11 3:28 AM 8:44 AM 2:12 PM 9:43 PM _
Sat 3.017 ft. 1.592 ft. 3.933 ft. -0.351 ft.
Jul 2, 11 4:03 AM 9:27 AM 2:55 PM 10:21 PM
Sun 3.075 ft. 1.461 ft. 3.881 ft. -0.223 ft.
Jul 3, 11 4:36 AM 10:11 AM 3:39 PM 10:58 PM
Mon 3.140 ft. 1.313 ft. 3.740 ft. 0.006 ft.
Jul 4, 11 5:09 AM 10:57 AM 4:27 PM 11:36 PM
Tue 3.219 ft. 1.166 ft. 3.502 ft.
Jul 5, 11 5:42 AM 11:46 AM 5:19 PM
Wed 0.324 ft. 3.299 ft. 1.031 ft. 3.187 ft.
Jul 6, 11 12:15 AM 6:19 AM 12:41 PM 6:19 PM
New Moon: 7/1 4:55 AM Aphelion: 7/4 11:00 AM


Theft at local church
Dear Editor,
This Letter to.the Editor is intend-
ed for the person who took the cop-
per from the heat pump that cools
and heats the children's classes at
the Center Hill Church of Christ on
CR232 near SR 47. It is also for any-
one else who would commit a crime
against a child. Jesus has a special
message for you in Matthew 25:40
and Romans 12:19.
You see, if you sin against God's
people, especially the little children
(Matthew 18), you sin against Christ.


He takes it very personally. God's
Providence is at work. No human re-
taliation is necessary. Cain was cast
out, Haman hanged on his own gal-
lows, Saul committed suicide, Judas
hanged himself and Herod was eaten
by worms.
So it would be a very good idea for
you to stop stealing and make it right
before it's too late for you.

Sincerely,
Doug Lyell,
Groundskeeper and servant of
the Center Hill Church of Christ


21st C.C.L.C. Summer Fun Program

at Trenton. High School


'. I


Students enjoyed the Minute to Win It game.


The 21st CCLC students played capture the flag.


Submitted
The summer has begun with lots of
fun for us who are attending the 21st
C.C.L.C. summer program at Trenton
Middle/High School. We are explor-
ing countries of the Caribbean.
We had our parade and opening
ceremonies where we played Min-
ute-To-Win-It games and Capture the
Flag.
This summer we are participating
in activities such as Art, Spanish, and
Culinary. In science, we collected
bacteria from surfaces around campus
and grew them in petri dishes.
YUCK!!! We also made our own
hot air balloons and launched them.
In our reading block, participants
created monsters out of clay and
will be creating puppet shows. .In
Technology, we created videos of
ourselves and friends.
In the weeks to come we will be
making mouse trap cars, rockets, and
suspension bridges. We will be do-
ing C.S.I. investigations, making mo-
saics, and origami, as well as making
fish stamps for T-Shirts.
We are having a great time this
summer and learning at the same.. If


He Lived Every Day For One Day
(Kent Heaton)


At the age of thirty years, the Sorn of God began a
journey that would take him through a ministry of
teaching, healing, exhorting and comforting the scattered
masses of His Father's children. From the shores of
Galilee to the cities of Samaria and the region of Judea
the Lord brought the message of hope and salvation to the
house of Israel. Many would follow this itinerate preacher
being amazed at the authority of His teaching. Children
were brought to the Master for Him to bless. He grew
'weary from His labors, sought quiet time in prayer on the
mountain and calmed the sea and fears of His disciples.
Woven in every day of the life of Jesus was one scarlet
. thread of reality that would become a moment in time that
would change the history of man. "Then they departed
from there and passed through Galilee, and He did not
want anyone to know it. For He taught His disciples and
said to them, 'The Son of Man is being betrayed into the
hands of men, and they will kill Him. And after He is
killed, He will rise the third day.' But they did not
understand this saying, and were afraid to ask Him"
(Mark 9:30-32).
The arrest and crucifixion of Jesus was not a mistake
nor was it a failed plan on the part of Jesus or the Father
for the Jews to kill the Son of God. The redemption of
man was planned before the worlds Were created
(Ephesians 3:10-11). Jesus knew that He would die! He
knew the manner of His death. "The Son of Man will be
betrayed to the chief priests and to the scribes; and they
will condemn Him to death and deliver Him to the
Gentiles; and they will mock Him, and scourge Him,
and spit on Him, and kill Him. And the third day He will
rise again"(Mark 10:32-34; see also Luke 18:33).
It is impossible to consider the life of Jesus as anything


but extraordinary. The Lord knew the only way back to
the Father was through the cross. He knew the only hope
of man to be saved was by His death on the cross. During
the time of Jesus, crucifixion was common. Everyone
understood the horror of the scourging where the soldiers
would tie a person to a post and with a short whip that
had, several single or braided leather thongs of different
lengths with sharp pieces of bone or iron balls would flog
the back, buttocks and legs of the victim. The contusions,
torn flesh and searing pain would be almost unbearable
but the victim was not allowed to die. After the beating
and taunting the person would be carried to a place of
death and nailed hands and feet to a cross. He would then
be lifted up and left to die a miserable, horrible death.
Jesus walked every day towards Golgotha. With each
passing day and coming of night the Son of God knew He
was one day closer to that one day. The.weeks turned into
months and the months turned into the first year, the
second year and then the final year. Jesus kept walking.
He continued on a collision course with His own destiny
of suffering crucifixion and bearing upon Himself the
putridity of humanity bathed in sin.
The moment came amidst the anguish of the cross.
"Now it was about the sixth hour, and there was
darkness over all the earth until the ninth hour. Then
the sun was darkened, and the veil of the temple was
torn in two. And when Jesus had cried out with a loud
voice, He said, 'Father, into your hands I commit my
spirit.' Having said this, He breathed His last" (Luke
23:44-46). The day had come. In a moment and the
twinkling of a tear filled eye Jesus ended the journey
begun years earlier. Death was the final welcome because
His work had ended and death and I lades were defeated.


Trenton Church of Christ
463-3793 502 Northeast 7th Street Trenton, Florida 32693
Please Visit www.trentonchurchofchrist.com Email kerux@bellsouth.net


you did not get signed up for the sum-
mer program, you can sign up for the
school year. We will begin the first
day of school in August. There are
applications and information in the
front office.


4 Pets Sake News
Submitted
Rather than sell items by the piece
and because we need the space, on
Saturday, July 9. the contents of a
storage unit will be auctioned off
to the highest bidder. This will take
place at the Bells and Whistles Stor-
age units. The articles are in unit #79.
Viewing starts at 10:00 a.m. and the
sale is 10:30 a.m.
If your dog is chained in this heat
and it has no shade other than a dog
house, don't think that the heat in the
house isn't equal to or higher than the
temperature outside. Make sure that
you provide shade. It is at least 20 de-
grees cooler from the shade of a tree.
A dog sweats by panting, and if it is


Lottery Numbers

Wednesday

June 22
Lotto Drawing:
2-6-19-31-36-39/Xtra: 4
No winners of the $12 million jack-
pot
5-Digit Winners:
40 at $3,671.50
4-Digit Winners:
2,067 at $55.50
3-Digit Winners:
42,0904 at $5.00
Midday Play 4 Drawing:
7-0-0-6
Evening Play 4 Drawing:
0-5-5-9
Midday Cash 3 Drawing:
3-1-6
Evening Cash 3 Drawing:
9-7-5


Saturday

June 25
Lotto Drawing:
2-27-36-43-44-52/Xtra:5
No winner of the $14 million jack-
pot
5-Digit Winners:
31 at $5,220.00
4-Digit Winners
1,933 at $71.50
3-Digit Winners:
41,671 at $5.00
Midday Play 4 Drawing:
5-6-2-6
Evening Play 4 Drawing:
1-7-9-4
Midday Cash 3 Drawing:
1-7-6
Evening Cash 3 Drawing:
0-0-6


My country, 'tis of thee,
Sweet land of liberty,
Of thee I sing;
Land where my fathers died,
Land of the pilgrims 'pride,
From every mountainside
Let freedom ring!
"America" was written by Samuel
Francis Smith in 1831.
Smith was just 23 at the time and
attending school in Boston where he
grew up. He died at the age of 87 on
the way to preach in a Boston neigh-
borhood. He was a scholar and a
Baptist Minister.
Since July 4th is just around the,
corner and the words to America keep
running through my head I thought I
would look up and share the defini-
tion of Liberty.
Liberty is freedom from arbitrary
or despotic government or control.
Liberty is freedom from external or
foreign rule; independence.
Liberty is freedom from control,
interference, obligation, restriction,
hampering conditions, etc.; power
or right of doing, thinking, speaking,
etc., according to choice.
Most of us, myself included, take
liberty for granted and forget what a
price has been paid for us to live in
freedom.
I know some of you good cooks
out there are brushing off the grill
grates making ready for the July 4th


pacing back and forth panting heavi-
ly and drooling, chances are there is a
problem. If the dog stops panting, get
it to a vet. Drinking .water needs to
be in a cool area for your pet. Clean
water would really be nice. Your pet
doesn't want to drink water with dirt
and leaves in it any more than you
would. Without water your pet could
develop kidney malfunctions; that
is extremely .painful and can lead to
death.
Consider getting your pets spayed
or neutered; at least you won't have
the problem of puppies and kittens
reproducing. Although we do have
a limit as to the number of surgeries
we can fund, we will do our best to
get them altered. Just for the love
of them. For more information call
386-935-0975 or email at fourpets-
sake 1 @windstream.net


Gilchrist County
Historical Society
Meeting July 12
To all planning committee mem-
bers, please be advised that we will
be conducting a committee meeting
one hour prior to our regularly sched-
uled monthly meeting to discuss the
Veterans Day Event. Please attend.
The Gilchrist County Historical
Society will hold a regular monthly
meeting on July 12, 2011 at 7 p.m.
Our new meeting location will be at
the Gilchrist County Commissioners'
Building located at 210 South Main
Street, Trenton. We would like to
invite you to join us on a quest for
history.
Did you know during this time in


cookout.
This seemed to be a good time to
share a little barbecue sauce recipe.
Barbecue sauce like salad dressing is
much better homemade.
Slather this onto a slab of pork ribs
and watch them sizzle.



1/4 cup onion, chopped fine
1/4 cup bell pepper, chopped fine
1/4 cup celery, chopped fine
2 cloves of garlic, minced
2 tablespoons butter
1 cup ketchup
14 cup dark brown sugar
2 tablespoons lemon juice
3 tablespoons Worcestershire
sauce
1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar
1 1/2 teaspoon ground mustard
1/2 teaspoon black pepper
1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
Saute onions, bell aka green pep-
per, celery and garlic in butter till
tender. Stir in remaining ingredients
and simmer for 30 minutes. This is
enough sauce for about 2 slabs of
ribs.
Note: Barbecue sauce should be
,changed for individual taste. This is
a basic recipe. Add less cayenne or
more depending on how hot you like
your sauce.


Gilchrist County history:
In 1961, our local Journal reported
"Sourthern Bell now has 100% dial
up service and Florida was the first
state with 100% service?
In 1986, our local Journal reported
"Lightning destroys Caldwell's Gro-
cery Store and Auction Barn in North
Gilchrist County?"


Focus on the Future
Submitted
Santa Fe College is offering free
classes and workshops beginning
July 11, 2011, for homemakers over
35 years of age who have lost finan-
cial support and are unemployed or
not adequately employed.
Job counseling and basic computer
are offered to assist the individual
making the transition from home to
the job market.
Deadline to register for class is
July 8. Call (352) 395-5047 for fur-
ther information:


Free evening of
Bluegrass in Dixie
Submitted
The Dixie County Historical Soci-
ety will be hosting another evening
of Bluegrass and Bluegrass Gospel
music for your enjoyment on Satur-
day, July 2, 2011, at the Old Town
Elementary School Auditorium at
6 p.m. to 9 p.m. The auditorium is
located at SR. 349 and CR 55A. Big
Cypress Bluegrass will perform and
there will be other bands performing
as well.
Admission is free so bring the
family and enjoy!


R. Edwards
Construction Co.
"Quality Homes at
Fair Prices Since 1965"
New Construction Remodels Kitchen & Bathroom Remodels
*Additions Cabinets *Tile *Plumbing *Electrical*Repairs
Office: 352 463-6276 Mobile: 352 213-7766
Mobile: 352 274-3006 Mobile: 352 949-0946
*Building- RB0018197 Plumbing- RF0038160* Electrical- ER0009579

GET OUT OF JAIL...

DAVID STONE

BAIL BONDS INC.
9151 NE 80th Avenue DIXIE LEVY GILCHRIST
Bronson, Florida 32621 &SURROUNDINGAREA
24 HOUR SERVICE 352-486-1971



L & B Development Corp.
Residential & Commercial Building
Over 30 years Building in North Florida
Consulting Complete Building Framing, Etc.
~ No Job Too Small or Too Large ~
References Available In Tri-County Area CGC005480
Larry Lord BS-BCN Roger Lord Kevin Lord
(904) 269-9268 Home (352) 463-6350 Home (352) 542-1772 Home
(904) 509-9405 Mobile (352) 221-1375 Mobile (352) 222-3370 Mobile


mLeTter to heEdto


Page Three


COOKING AND CARRYING' ON










Page Four


* .
l l '




l i I '
r' @


7 @,


Fay and Karen Perry







Karen and Fay Perry will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary with a
reception at the Trenton First Baptist Church Fellowship Hall on Saturday,
July 9, from 2-4 p.m. Come help them celebrate.


Happy Birthday wishes to. Renee
Bone, Steven Suggs, and Mable Gid-
ley on June 30; Flora Brock, Dennis
Edwards, Cindy Dowling, James,
Sheffield, Kaycee Smith on July 1;
Michael Strong; Kaye Rolling, Faye
Smith, Pat Neff and Steven L. Ford
on July 2; Katie Cannon, Juanita
Graves, Mark Suggs, and Louis Wal-
lace on July 3; Connie Gordon, Lind-
sey Cook, James N. Ripley, and "R."
Donn Newhouse on July 4; Ryan
Leasor, Jan Harris, Larry Allison on
July 5; Ronnie Jackson, Jeff Butler,
Colby Howell on July 6.
Happy Anniversary wishes to Mr.
and Mrs. Tim Hastings, Mr. and Mrs.


Chuck Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Bayer, and Mr. and Mrs. Jackie
Barron on June 30; Mr. and Mrs.
Mark Latner on July 1; Jerry and Pam
Quincey on July 4; and Bobby and
Sandra Chesser on July 5.

Gilchrist County
Marriage Applications
David Kotait, 6/6/1951, of Gaines-
ville, and Virginia Mary Williams,
9/23/1950, of Newberry.
Terry Wayne Lilly, 12/3/1970, and
Kristin Faithe Stewart, 2/17/1981,
both of Hopkinsville, Kentucky.
Daniel Edward Irwin, 4/1/1987, of
Crestview, and Brittany Rochelle Oz-
ment, 6/1/1985, of Trenton.
Christopher Paul Phillips,


GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


Addison Byrd celebrates

1st birthday


11/27/1983, and Christina Marie
Lane, 7/29/1985, both of Valparaiso,
Indiana.
Justin Carey Johanson, 3/4/1974,
of Pearland, Texas, and Kristi Ann
Demler, 10/25/1974, of League City,
Texas.
Michael Alton Thomas, 8/13/1963,
and Susan Elisabeth Kehoe,
9/26/1968, both of Knoxville, Ten-
nessee.
Etherd Andre Ferguson, 2/1/1965,
and Karla Keveme Joseph, 5/3/1964,
both of Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Gregory Paul Mantz, 3/1/1970, and
Kelly Lee Haman, 9/29/1969, both of
O'Fallon, Missouri.
Ryan Christopher Comeaux,
11/17/1980, and Lauren Elizabeth
Spencer, 7/14/1990, both of Sulpher,
Louisiana.
Jared William Douglas, 6/7/1985,
of Trenton, and Kelly Ann Braswell,


3/7/1988, of Chiefland.
Young Mack Poole, 4/15/1939,
and Joan Barbara Adkins, 7/16/1947,
both of Trenton.
Randy Travis Ransom, 7/9/1987,
of Trenton, and Andrea Elizabeth
Jones, 12/9/1991, of Bell.

80th Birthday
celebration for
Carl M. Williams
In celebration of this special day for
our husband, father, and grandfather,
Carl M. Williams, we would like to
invite all friends and relatives to stop
by and wish him Happy Birthday at
the home of Carla and Roy Smith,
4099 NW 37th Ct., Bell on July 2,
2011, from 2:00-4:00. Birthday cake
and refreshments will be served. No
gifts please.


2010 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report
City of Fanning Springs
17651 N W 90th Court
Fanning Springs, 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 provide you with
a safe and 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 Floridan Aquifer. The water is chlorinated to ensure disinfection. This report is available for
review at Fanning Springs City Hall located at 17651 N W 90th Court.
In 2008 the Department of Environmental Protection performed a Source Water Assessment on our system and a search of the data sources indicated no potential sources or contamination near our wells. The
assessment results are available on the FDEP Source Water Assessment and Protection Program website at www.dep.state.tl.us/swapp.
We are pleased to report that our drinking water meets all federal and 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 regularly scheduled meetings. They are held on the first Tuesday of each month at 5:00 p.m. at City I lall.
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 otherwise, this report is based on the results
of our monitoring for the period of January I to December 31, 2010. Data obtained before January 1, 2010, 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 ou 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. M(1.s are set as close to the MC'l (isits feasible using Ite best available treatment technology.
Maximum Contaminant Level Goal or MCLG: The level ofa contaminant in drinking water below which there is no known or expected risk to health. MCl.(is 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 ofa disinfectant allowed in drinking water. I here is convincing evidence that addition ofa disinfectant is necessary for control of inicrohial
contaminants.
Maximum residual disinfectant level goal or MRDLG: The level ofa drinking water disinfectant below which there is no known or expected risk to health. MRDI.Gs do not reflect the benefits of the use of
disinfectants to control microbial contaminants.
Parts per billion (ppb) or Micrograms per liter (jag/1): one part by weight ofanalyte to I 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 I million parts by weight of the water sample.
Picocurie per liter (pCi/L): measure of the radioactivity in water.

Inorganic Contaminants
Contaminant and Unit of Dates of MCL Level Range MCLG MCL Likely Sources
Measurement sampling Violation Detected of Results ofContamination
(mo./yr.) Y/N
Barium (ppm) 11/09 N .004 N/A 2 2 Discharge of drilling wastes:
discharge from
metal refineries:
erosion of natural deposits
Nitrate (as Nitrogen) (ppm) 11/10 N 0.57 N/A 10 10 RunofT from fertilizer
use: leaching from
septic tanks, sewage:
erosion of natural
deposits
Sodium (ppm) 11/09 N 4.8 N/A N/A 160 Salt water intrusion.
leaching from soil
Stage 1 Disinfectant and Disinfection By-Product
For hromate, chloramines., or chlorine, the level detected is the the highest running annual average (RAA). computed quarterly, of monthly averages ol'all samples collected. For haloacetie
acids or '1I' IM, the level detected is the highest RAA, computed quarterly, o quarterly) averages of all samples collected if the system is monitoring quarterly or is the average of all samples
taken during Ihe year if the system monitors less frequently than quarterly. Range of Results is the range of individual sample results (lowest to highest) tor all monitoring locations. including
Initial Distribution System Evaluation (IDS[)i results as ,well as Stage I compliance results.
Disinfectant or Contaminant Dates of sampling MCL or MRDIL Level Range MCLG or MCL or Likely Sources
and Unit of Measurement (mo./yr.) Violation Y/N detectedd of Results MRDGI. MRDI, of Contamination
Chlorine (ppm) 2010 N I.008 .7-1.2 MRDI),( .1 MRI. 4.0 Walter additive used to control microbes
Haloacetic Acids 9/10 N 1.60 N/A N/A MCL 60 Ily-product of drinking
(five) (HAA5) (ppb) water disinfection
TTHM [Total 9/10 N 6.00 N/A N/A MCI, 8l lt.y-product of drinking
trihalomethanes] (ppb) .water disinfection
Lead and Copper (Tap Water)
No. of
sampling
sites AL
Contaminant and Unit of Dates of sampling AL Exceeded 90th Percentile exceeding (Action likely Sources
Measurement (mo./yr.) Y/N Result the AL MCLG Level) of Contamination
Copper (tap water) (ppm) 12/10 N 1.0 0 1.3 1.3 Corrosion of household plumbing systems;
erosion of natural deposits; leaching from
wood preservatives
lead (tap water) (ppb) 12/10 N .0014 0 0 15 Corrosion of household plumbing systems,
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 front materials and components associated with service
lines and home plumbing. The 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 can minimize the potential for lead exposure by flushing your lap 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 I lotline or at
http://www.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 front urban storimwater 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 runoltl, and residential uses.
(D) Organic chemical contaminants, including synthetic and volatile organic chemicals, which are by-products of industrial processes and petroleum production, and ca also come front gas stations, urban slormwater
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 iDrug Adminislration (F)A)
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 contlaminanls does not necessarily indicate that the waler poses a health
risk. More information about contaminants and potential health effects can be obtained by calling the Environmental Protection Agency's Safle Drinking Water I lotline at 1-800-426-4791.
Some people may be more vulnerable to contaminants in drinking water than the general population. Immuno-compromised persons such Is persons with cancer undergoing chemotherapy, persons who have
undergone organ transplants, people with HIV/AIDS or other immune system disorders, somenic elderly, and infants can be particularly at risk from infections. These people should seek advice about drinking water from
their health care providers. 1PA/CDC guidelines on appropriate means to lessen the risk of infection by Cryptosporidium and other microbiological contaminants are available from the Safe iDrinking Water I hotline
(800-426-4791).
We at the City of Fanning Springs would like you to understand the cll'orls we make to continually improve tlie water treatment process and protect our waler resources. We are committed to insuring thie quality of
your water. If you have any questions or concerns aboul the information provided, please feel free to call Doyle Frierson at (352) 463-2855.


Recorded Marriages in
Gilchrist County
Jerry Dewayne Oldman,
12/12/1978, and Racheal Marie
Johns, 7/16/1989, both of Trenton,
were married on 6/18/2011 in Tren-
ton by Kristina L. Jackson, notary
public.
Robert Paul Henry, 9/10/1974, and
Priscilla Sierra Summers, 4/17/1984,
both of Little Rock, were married on
6/19/2011 in Seaside by Michael A.
Martin, Minister.
Jason Robert Reeves, 3/29/1984,
and Kellsey Seanne Alvarez,
7/18/1985, both of Imperial, Mis-


All relatives, descendants, and
friends of E. Smith Matthis and Mar-
garet Viola Wilkerson Matthis and
your families are invited to a fam-
ily reunion on July 23, 2011, at Ot-
ter Springs Park in the Springhouse
Lodge. Food, fun, swimming, and
music! Bring food for your family
and some to share. .Paper goods will
be provided as well as ice. We'll eat
at 5 p.m.
Come early to share old memories,
visit the park and perhaps stick a toe
in that cold spring where most of us
learned how to swim. The Spring-
house Lodge is air conditioned so


THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 2011,
souri, were married on 6/18/2011 in
Sandestin.
Ryan Wakley Causey, 3/10/1980,
and Jamie Leigh Parsons, 1/11/1984,
both of Glen Burnie, Maryland, were
married on 6/16/2011 in Key West by
Laurine Laxer, notary public.
Randall Bruce Laninga, 9/5/1965,
of Lockport, Illinois, and Gail Ann
Lalumendre, 10/18/1966, of Wil-
lowbrook, Illinois were married on
6/20/2011 in Miami Beach by Nancy
Muro, notary public.
Tyson Lee Loveday, 12/12/1987,
and Stephanie Alexandria Czaban,
12/4/1987, both of Bell, were mar-
ried on 6/8/2011 in Bell by Deborah
Frazier, notary public.


y'all come on. We'll have a great
time...Make plans to attend!
. Bring your family pictures and any
memorabilia that you would like to
share.
Also, please bring a written family
recipe for a future MaAhis Cousins
Cookbook! If there is a story behind
your recipe, please include it.
Otter Springs is located at 3470
SW 80th Ave., Trenton.
You will need to stop by the front
office the day of the reunion to check
in.
Any questions, please call Jennie
Lou Sharp at (352) 493-4638.


Parrish, Nettles, and Cannon Clan Family


Polk reunion

The annual Parrish, Nettles, and
Polk reunion will be held on Sunday,
July 17, 2011, at the Hart Springs
Park in Bell in Pavilion A. There is
an entrance fee. Lunch will start at
12:30 p.m. All paper goods will be
provided. Bring all the family and
your favorite food. Come early and
stay late.
If you have any questions, call Pat-
tie at 352-871-3960 or Elaine at 352-
472-2443.

29th Annual Akins
reunion

The 29th annual Akins reunion will
be held on Saturday, July 16, 2011, at
the Suwannee River Shrine Club on
Hwy. 26 between Trenton and Fan-
ning Springs. The meeting time is
noon and eating begins at 1:00 p.m.
Bring a covered dish and extra
clothes for the kids. If you have any
crafts, homemade jelly, or pickles,
please bring them for door prizes.


Shadrack and Nancy
Sapp reunion
Submitted
The descendents of Shadrack Sapp
and his wife Nancy Anna Parker Sapp
will be held on July 2, 2011, at Hart
Springs Park in Gilchrist County.
We will assemble from 10:00 a.m,
until 3:00 p.m for a potluck dinner
at 12:30 p.m. in the large Pavilion
B, which has AC and large tables for
serving.
Bring a dish, vegetable and des-
serts. We normally have about 65-
75 family members present. Friends
of the family are also invited. Bring
your photos and memory books to
show and tell. We are looking for-
ward to seeing everyone there. Bring
your swim suits as the water is cool
and the temperatures are up!
Thanks, Mitchell Sapp


Steven Cox
Owner
Over 20 yrs exp.


reunion
The annual Cannon Family Re-
union will be held on Monday, July
4, 2011, at Hart Springs. All an-
cestors and descendants of William
(Bill) Jackson Cannon and Henrietta
(Aunt Hett) Clementine Townsend
Cannon are invited.
Bring a covered dish, drinks,
goodies, etc. All paper products,
silverware, cups, and ice will be fur-
nished.
Meeting at 12:00 p.m. and lunch
at 12:30 p.m. Looking forward to
seeing everyone there. For more in-
formation, call June Howard at 904-
259-6050 or Buddy Isaac at 386-
935-2045.

Langford Family
reunion

The John Henry Langford fam-
ily will hold their annual reunion
on Saturday, July 9, 2011, at Otter
Springs in Gilchrist County. Every-
one is asked to bring a picnic basket,
covered dish, or dessert, for lunch
that will be spread at 12:30 p.m. in
the lodge. All family and friends are
invited to come and enjoy this fel-


THS Class of 1974
reunion

The Trenton High School Class of
1974 will be celebrating their 37th
year with a class reunion on'Satur-
day, July 16, at Fanning Springs State
Park. We will meet around 10 a.m.
and have a covered dish luncheon at
noon. Please contact Lucy Coleman
Lacey at 352-472-1515 or 352-949-
3218 for more information.
If anyone has contact information
on graduates from that year, please
let us know. We have located several
people, but still have a few that are
missing in action. We don't want
anyone to miss out on getting to-
gether and catching up. Hope to see
everyone there!


(352) 472-6562

(352) 222-1859


cox


Mobile Home Moving,

& Set-up, Inc.

"We will beat any reasonable price. "

New or Used
Land Clearing Singlewide FHA Upgrade
Site Prep Doublewide Demolition
Triplewide


Addison Byrd stood beside her beautiful birthday cake and cupcakes.
Addison Byrd celebrated her first birthday with family and friends on
Saturday, June 25, at Otter Springs Park. Everyone who attended enjoyed
this family celebration. '


Reunions


,.


Matthis Family in 1964

Matthis Family reunion










mTHURSL"DAYJN 3021 ~ 011


GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


Jleart Matters
By Angie Land


I have been working on improv-
ing my texting skills. My kids can
whip out text messages in a matter
of seconds and never miss a beat,
but I have been what you might call
text challenged. The first few times
I tried to send one, I couldn't figure
out how to space between the words,
soitalllookedlikethis. When I finally
figured it out, I s e n t o n e t h a t I o
okedllkethls. My kids get a
lot of laughs at my expense. The way
I see it, if you already have a phone
in your hand, just call and SAY what
you need to say, for cryin' out loud!
But...if this is the way the younger
generation communicates, I want to
be in on it because I am convinced
-that communication is the key to ev-
ery great relationship.
According to Dr. Gary Chapman's
'book Now You're Speaking My Lan-
guage, communication involves
-"self-revelation" on the part of one
:individual and listening on the part
:of another. "Communication is es-
sential in order to understand what is
'going on inside other people. If they
,do not share their thoughts, feelings,
:and experiences, we are left to guess.
SUnfortunately, our guesses are usual-
'ly wrong and lead to misunderstand-
ings." These misunderstandings can
cause some big problems, and can
often be the reason we stop com-


municating...who needs the hassle?
The problem is sweeping a problem
under the rug and pretending like it
isn't there, doesn't make it go away.
It is just waiting for us to trip over it
another day!
For some, the only thing more dif-
ficult than being a good listener is
being the one who shares our own
thoughts, feelings and experiences.
We may be able to talk (or text) all
day about a hunting trip, the great sale
at the mall, or who won the ballgame,
but letting another person in on how
we feel is often new territory. In 1
Corinthians 2:11, the Bible records a
question raised by the apostle Paul,
"Who knows the thoughts of a man,
except the man's spirit within him?"
(What woman hasn't wondered the
same?)
Good communication is the road
to intimacy... poor communication
leads relationships down dead-end
streets. This week try responding
with something besides "fine" when
your spouse asks about your day.
Learn how to send your kids a text
message. E-mail or call a friend.
Communication is about sharing
life... so slow down and talk, listen,
and share your thoughts... and your
heart.. .because it really does matter!
Blessings, Angie


YOU ARE WELCOME AT

PRISCILLA BAPTIST CHURCH
(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
t Morning Worship......................11:00 AM 4
Evening Worship.......................6:00 PM
Wednesday Night Prayer/Youth...7:30 PM
Be a part of an exciting time of Worship and Bible Study.

www.nriscillaathell.org


U
I


-) Pine Grove Baptist Church
16655 N. W. CR-339
Trenton, Florida 32693
352-463-2151
a www.pgbcfl.com
ty Dr. Greg Douglas, Senior Pastor
Pastor Rickey Whitley, Assoc. Pastor/Youth
Pastor Emanuel Harris, Education/Children
BAPTIST CHURCH Pastor Mike Chancey, Worship Pastor
LOVING GOD AND LOVING PEOPLE Pastor jared Douglas, Collegiate/Missions

Sunday School ........................................ 9:15 a.m.
M morning W orship ... ............ ...................................... 10:30 a.m .
Evening Worship ...................................................... ..6:00 p.m .
Wednesday Night Services:
Prayer Meeting, Youth, College & Career................. 7:00 p.m.
Nursery provided for all services -



Kid's World
Pre-School Learning Center, Inc.
A private school for your child's early learning years.
OPENINGS AVAILABLE
ALL AGE GROUPS
APPLE Accredited Pre-K
Subsidized Funding Accepted -
Voluntary' Pre-Kindergarten
CDA Certified Teachers
Highscope Curriculum
CPR/First Aid Certified
S Ages 2-12 /
Stop by for a tour of our facility.

352-463-3555

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


Owners/Directors
Amy Wesley Woods
Holly Wesley Bussard


License #C03GI0006
wwm'Kw....dlyolg :. .y'.v.Niw


r First Baptist Church
118 NE 2nd St., Trenton, FL
"Obedience Brings Blessings"
Pastor Associate Pastor of Children and Youth
Keith McConnell Zane Salyers
Sunday Service Times Wednesday Nights
9:30 a.m. Sunday School Supper 5:30 p.m.
10:35 a.m. Worship Awana 6:20 p.m.
4:30 p.m. Discipleship Teen Discipleship 4:30 p.m.
6:00 p.m. Evening Service Cross-Eyed Teen Ministry 6:30 p.m.
Adult Bible Study and Prayer 6:30 p.m.
Single Young Adult Ministries 6:30p.m.

ivi d O rd First i -Iomeof
t ,. first Placeylcademy
I Christ-Centered
College Preparatory School


,/ Ministry of first .apti


352-463-2038


ist Trenton
www.mvfbct.com


Spring Ridge First
Church of God to host
Hometown Nazareth
A summer family event called
Hometown Nazareth will be hosted
at Spring Ridge First Church of God
every Wednesday evening starting
June 15 to July 27. Families step
back in time at Hometown Nazareth,
exploring what it was like to live in
the town where Jesus grew up.
Kids and adults participate in a
memorable Bible-time marketplace,
sing catchy songs, play teamwork-
building games, dig into Bible-time
snacks, visit Jesus' mom, Mary, and
collect Bible Memory Makers to re-
mind them of God's Word. Plus, ev-
eryone learns to look for evidence of
God all around them through some-
thing called God Sightings. Each
night concludes at celebration, a time


of upbeat worship that gets every-
body involved.
Hometown Nazareth will run from
6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. each Wednes-
day. Dinner will be served at 5:30
p.m.,every Wednesday evening. For
more information, call 386-454-
3600.


F.A.I.T.H.H. van visit
The F.A.I.T.H.H. Mobile Food
Pantry will be in Bell at the Club-
house behind City Hall on July 14,
2011, at 9:45 a.m.
This event is sponsored by the
Catholic Charities Bureau, Inc.,
Gainesville Regional Office. For.
more information, please call Debbie
Long, Program Coordinator at 352-
372-0294.


Kathy's All Things Learning News


Back row: Lily T, Brandon D, Richie B, Heidi C, Delaney S, Melonie
P, Charity A, Kendall H, Christopher S, Arickson B and Ms.' Jamie.
Front row, Jaidon L and Lea C.


The After School Program at
Kathy's All Things Learning Cen-
ter had a blast on their walk through
town on Thursday. They began their
trip by posing in front of the beautiful
zinnia flowers in the spring garden
(They have grown, picked, shelled,
and eaten acre peas from the same


garden!)
From the Center, they went to
Capital City Bank where Ms. Debbie
Hurst showed them the vault and ex-
plained a little about banking to them.
Ms. Connie fascinated them with. the
money counting machine.
The next stop on their agenda was


Bible Study 9:45 a.m.
Sunday Worship 11 a.m. & 6 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-334A Trenton, FL 32693
Music Minister: Rick Reed
Youth Director: Aaron Bachle
bethelit@bellsouth.net www backtobethel. org


352-463-2028


WE WELCOME YOU TO
UNION BAPTIST CHURCH (SBo
6259 $.E. 75TH AVENUE NEWBERRY. FL 32669

SUNDAY SCHOOL ................................. 9:45 AM
MORNING WORSHIP ................................... 11 AM
EVEN INIG WORSHIP. ................................... 6 PM
WEDNESDAY EVENING SERVICES:
ADULT BIBLE STUDY, CHILDREN, & YOUTH ... 6:30 PM
PASTOR: TRAViS MOODY
MINISTER OF YOUTH: ROBBIE BEACH
MUSIC DIRECTOR: KENNY GAINEY
CHURCH PHONE: 352-472-3845
"WIN THE LOST AND TEACH THE SAVED TO SERVE"



New Beginning
a9 M Baptist Church
x P.O. Box 429/8130 SW70th Street
Trenton, FL 32693
It' l (One Block Past Otter Springs Resort)

-r 'Bro. Christopher Ruggles
Pastor


Cell: 352-222-0896


' cruggles80@netzero.com


I- I
Sunday Night Service @ 6:00pm
Wednesday Night Bible Study & Prayer @ 7:00pm








CHECK OUR TIRE PRICES
ON THE FOLLOWING QUALITY BRAND NAMES


* CONTINENTAL

* GOODYEAR

* DEAN


* MASTERCRAFT

* SUMMIT

* ToYO


0AW0W4AA


*MUD DAWG


* MICKEY THOMPSON


Call Today! 463-0079
70 E.Wata e(32a)63008 A


"Great Fun," "Terrific" and "From
the Heart" are just a few of the com-
ments made by children and adults
who attended last Thursday's sum-
mer reading program.
Following the musical puppet'
show, Pat Nease of Pat Tales took
the stage and the results were amaz-
ing! Jennifer Geiger, director of the
program said "Pat is a Human Dy-.
namo! No matter your age she's a
driving force that keeps you want-
Scaff's where they shopped for the
ingredients to make homemade ice
cream. The third "must" stop was the
jiffy store for sluhishies to beat the heat
as they walked back to the center.
The day was topped off with home-
made ice cream they made and en-
joyed while they watched a movie!


AARP Driver Safety
Program to hold class
The AARP Driver Safety Program
class is being.offered at First United
Methodist Church Fellowship Hall at
24845 W. Newberry Rd., East of Hwy


ing more!"
Nease's appearance was spon-
sored by Trenton's Capital City
Bank, who also provided special do-
nations for next week's conclusion
of the four week summer reading
program. Each child attending next
Thursday, June 30th at 10:30 a.m.
will see the final puppet show, enjoy
the surprise guests and receive the*
"One World, Many Stories" grand
.reader's prizes.
26 and 27 intersection, on August 4,
2011, at 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The class
will be held on one day. The fee is
$12 for AARP members and $14 for
non-members. There are no tests in-
volved. This classroom instruction
refines driving skills and develops
defensive driving techniques. A cer-
tificate qualifies graduates for an auto
insurance discount for three years.
Call (352) 333-3036 for informa-
tion and to register. Participants are
asked to bring a sack lunch, drinks
and snacks for the day.
This class is also being offered
at Capital City Bank in Chiefland
on July 14. For more information
on this class, call Linda Cochran at
(352) 493-1742


Trenton United Methodist Church
203 NE 2nd Street .
Trenton, FL 32693
352-463-2877 (
S f Sunday school for all at 9:30 a.m.
Sunday morning Worship at 11:00 a.m.
Wednesday evening Bible study at 6 p.m.
IDale Elzie, Pastor

T"' aW 4eet, weet ta -


352-472-4943 866-376-4943
104 Southwest 266th Street, Newberry, FL 32669


i^fl E VALUATION


GENERAL CIVIL

CRIMINAL



smithh


Law Firm


EXPERIENCE
* 36 Years Experience
* Actual Jury Trial
Experience
(State & Federal
Court Civil &
': Criminal)

INJURIES
* Wrongful Death
* Auto, Boat, Truck
* Motorcycle
* Slip and Fall
i No Fee Unless We
Recover

FAMILY LAW


Divorces
Custody, '
\ i.itarion
*. Modifications
Parerniry
Child Support
t


* The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon
advertisements. Before you decide, ask us to sond you free written information about
our qualifications and experience


Church News


Page Five


Pat Nease takes time to read a story to Ezkiel, Jedidiah and Gabriel
Brown before her show.
One World, Many Stories:

Storyteller wows kids at Trenton

Library Summer Program


BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH
"Committed to living and sharing the message of God's love."


1 ov, 4v I


I











GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 2011


K Obitt

Mrs. Mattie Boswell
Rhoden Branch
Mrs. Mattie Boswell Rhoden
Branch passed away June 8, 2011, in
Orange Park at the age of 81. She
was born in Suwannee County on
August 16, 1929.
She was welcomed into Heaven by
her parents, Peg and Josie Boswell;
her brother, John Boswell; and for-
mer husband, Donald Rhoden.
She is survived by her husband
Theodore Branch; her children, Pat
Holmes, Donnie Rhoden and Chuck
Rhoden along with two stepchildren,
Bill Branch and Suzy Chitty. .She
leaves 10 grandchildren and 15 great
grandchildren; two sisters, Marie
Bunkley and Peggy Thomas; and one
brother, Andy Boswell.
A viewing was held at George
Hewell and Son Funeral Home in
Jacksonville on June 10. Her funeral
was held at Good Samaritan Church
in Jacksonville on June 11, followed
by burial at Evergreen Cemetery.
Arrangements were placed with
George H. Hewell and Son Funeral
Homes in Jacksonville. Please sign
the guestbook @Jacksonville.com.


Mrs. Mary Osteen
Cannon
Mrs. Mary Osteen Cannon of Cross
City passed away Thursday, June 23,
2011, at Cross City Rehab. She was
92 years old.
Mrs. Cannon was born in Jena on
January 21, 1919, to Henry Shade
and Annie Osteen. For a time as a
young woman she ran a tomato pack-
ing house in Ruskin. Later in life she
cooked in various restaurants in Cross
City. She enjoyed hunting, fishing,
canning and making preserves. Mrs.
Cannon was a member of the Church
of Jesus Christ in Horseshoe Beach.
She is survived by her grandson,
Kim Campbell, two great grandchil-
dren, several nieces and nephews and
special friends Sharon and Howell
Hodge.
Funeral services were held on Sun-
day, June 26,H2011, at the Rick Good-
ing Funeral Home Chapel with Rev.
Jimmy Butler and Rev. John Sherrill
officiating. Interment followed at
Cross City Cemetery.
Arrangements were placed under
the care of the Rick Gooding Funeral
Home in Cross City.


Mr. Jerry Dunnam
Mr. Jerry Dunnam, 59, of' Old
Town passed away Saturday, June
25, 2011.
Jerry was born in Loxley, Ala-
bama, on April 2, 1952, to Fuel and
Sallie Dunnam. For the past 25 years
he has been employed by Anderson-
Columbia as a night security guard.
Jerry loved to do church work and
attend church at McCrabb Baptist
Church, where he was a member and
served as a deacon. He enjoyed giv-
ing his neighbors a helping hand and
watching wrestling.
He was preceded in death by his
father Fuel Dunnam and sister Edna
Pearl Brownlee.
He is survived by his son, Colton
Richardson of Ft. Hood, Texas;
mother, Sallie Dunnam of-Old Town;
brothers, Charles (Sundra) Dunnam
of Old Town and James (Sherrie)
Dunnam of Fanning Springs; sisters,
Edith (Benny) Valentine of Cross
City, Thelma (Lowell) Dees of Old
Town, Betty (Billy) Padgett of Old
Town and Kathy (Stanley) Hutchin-
son of Trenton.
A visitation was held at the Rick
Gooding Funeral Home Wednesday,
June 29, 2011, between the hours of
5 and 7 p.m. Funeral services will
be held at McCrabb Baptist Church
Thursday, June 30, 2011, at 11:00
a.m. with Rev. Larry Peterson and
Rev. Carlos Perez officiating. Inter-
ment will follow at McCrabb Baptist
Church Cemetery.
Arrangements have been placed
under the care of the Rick Gooding
Funeral Home in Cross City.

> Gilchrist 4

Count

Journal 4

> FAX

) 463-7393 4


lanes
I


Mr. Richard H. Judy
Mr. Richard H. Judy
Mr. Richard H. Judy, 79, former
director of Miami International Air-
port, passed away on Monday, June
20, 2011, in Cedar Key. Mr. Judy,
born in Pennsylvania, was a longtime
resident of Miami. He graduated from
the University of Miami in 1953,
served in the United States Naval Re-
serves, and attended the University
of Miami School of Law. Mr. Judy
had a long career of public service.
He was comptroller for the Dade
County Port Authority and comptrol-
ler to the State of Florida Department
of Transportation before becoming
'the deputy director, then director of
the Dade County Aviation Depart-
ment where he served for 22 years.
Anyone who knew Mr. Judy knows
that he loved his work at the airport
so much that he never considered it
a job but a privilege given to him by
the citizens of Dade County. He and
his team were responsible for much
of the growth and development that
made the Miami International Airport
into the internationally acclaimed fa-
cility that it is today. He retired in
1989 and became a consultant in the
airline industry. He was hired as
Consultant to the CEO of the new
Hong Kong Airport in 1994 where
he once again was able to do his fa-
vorite thing help build a state of the
art airport facility. During his career,
Mr. Judy served on many boards and
committees. He was Chairman Elect
of the Airport Operators Council In-
ternational, a member of the Anthony
Commission on Public Finance, a
Trustee of Greater Miami Chamber of
Commerce, a Trustee of the Beacon
Council, and Chairman of the Public
Facilities Council, National Academy
of Sciences, to name a few. Mr. Judy
also received numerous awards such
as the Wright Memorial Award, Bill
Pallot Award, and the Public Official
of the Year award. Mr. Judy loved his
family and friends, and was dedicated
to a life of public service. He was a
devoted fan of the Hurricanes and the
Dolphins, and during his prime loved
to play any competitive sport. But,
near the top of all these things was
his love of building airports.
Mr. Judy is survived by his loving
wife, Sonya R. Judy; his two daugh-
ters, Dace J. Ashcraft and Jolie J. Da-
vis; his sister Sarah (Sally) Bass; five
grandchildren, Alexandra, Caroline,
Carter, Lauren and Sarah; a niece and
many nephews.
Funeral services were held on
Saturday, June 25, at the Cedar Key
United Methodist Church in Cedar
Key. In lieu of flowers, donations
can be made to the local FFA Chap-
ter in Cedar Key. Mr. Judy strongly
believed in organizations that helped
give young people the tools and op-
portunity to succeed in education and
life. Please contact Drummond Com-
munity Bank at 352-543-5450 for
donations.
Arrangements are under the care
of Hiers-Baxley Funeral Services in
Chiefland. Online condolences may
be sent through their website at www.
hiers-baxley.com.


Mr. Wilton C. "Connie"
Philman
Mr. Wilton C. "Connie" Philman,
77, passed away on Friday, June 24,
2011, at his residence in Branford.
Wilton was born on February 28,
1934, in Bell to Sidney Philman and
Reeta Thomas Philman. He was a
lifelong resident of Gilchrist County.
He retired from the Copeland Sau-
sage Company, and he was a member
of the Mt. Nebo Baptist Church.
He is preceded in death by his wife,
Mary Phyllis Philman.
He is survived by his daughter,
Deborah Philman of Branford; three


sons, Timothy Philman of Georgia,
Buddy Philman of Branford, and Tra-
cy Philman of Branford; three sisters,
Daphine Jenkins of Bell, Joey Owen
of Gainesville, and Della Strickland
of Bell; a brother, Dale Philman of
Lake City; 11 grandchildren and sev-
eral great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
Wednesday, June 29, 2011, at 2:00
p.m. at Mt. Nebo Baptist Church
with Pastor Ken Campbell officiat-
ing. Interment followed at Wayfair
Cemetery.
Arrangements are under the care of
Watson Funeral Home, Trenton.



Mr. Shelton Irvin Rhoads
Mr. Shelton Irvin Rhoads, age 64,
passed away Monday, June 20, 2011,
in Brooksville. Shelton was born in
Miami to Roy Parker Rhoads Sr. and
Froney Daniels Rhoads. Shelton was
an avid fisherman and hunter. Gar-
dening was one of the things he loved
most. When he grew too much for his
family, he would set up a little road-
side stand and sell his fresh vegeta-
bles. He had people that came right
to his home for his fresh vegetables.
Shelton was of the non denomina-
tional faith. Shelton had helped his
brother Roy work. with the Brigade
program at his church, which he re-
ally enjoyed. Shelton started work-
ing for Southern Bell as soon as he
graduated high school in Miami and
worked there until retirement.
Shelton is preceded in death by his
parents and his sister, Juanita Rhoads
Barrett.
Shelton is survived by his wife, An-
gela Rhoads; son, Thomas Rhoads;
daughter, Genevieve Rhoads Hil-
debrand (Dan); grandchildren, Dal-
ton Rowe and CJ Weaver, all of
Brooksville; brothers, Roy P. Rhoads
Jr. (Sandy) of Brooksville, Albert L.
Rhoads (Bonnie) of Summerfield;
sisters, Genevieve V. Davis (Tom) of
Trenton, Odessa F. Thrasher of Wil-
liston and Louise Carmany (Elroy)
of Zephyrhills. Shelton had many
nieces and nephews. Shelton was
dearly loved and will be missed, but
will still be in the hearts and thoughts
of his loved ones.
Cremation is pending. There will
be no service.


Bill was the son of Sam and Fili-
pina Russo. Bill's father and grand-
parents came to the United States
from Consenzi, Italy. His father was
a miner and his mother a homemaker.
Bill was born and raised in Meadow-
lands, Pennsylvania. He came to Di-
xie County in the Army Air Corp, sta-
tioned at the old airbase. He served
in World War 11 and was stationed
in India. While serving in the Air
Corp, he met and married Katie Lee
Cannon and they had two sons, Billy
Ross (infant deceased) and Bobby
Ross. Bill worked for the old retort,
local woodyard, Hudson Paper Co.
and retired from Georgia Pacific.
Bill loved to sit in his rocking
chair on his front porch with Kate,
read western novels, and listen to the
Grand Ole Opry on the radio. His
pride and joy was his son Bobby. He
loved his granddaughters, Tiffany and
Niecey; and his great granddaughters,
Katelyn and Tori, put a smile on his
face and a sparkle in his eyes.
He was preceded in death by his
parents, Sam and Filipina Russo,
brothers, Michael, G'uy and Nick
Russo and infant son Billy Ross.
He is survived by his wife of 67
years, Katie Lee Ross; son, Bobby
Ross (Debbie) of Cross City; grand-
daughters, Tiffany Ross-Vences
(Shawn) of Cross City and Bobbi
"Niecey" Ross Mitchell (Todd) of
Steinhatchee; great granddaughters,
Katelyn and Tori Mitchell; and sister,
Carmella Hulpa and family of Penn-
sylvania.
Funeral services were held on Fri-
day, June 24, 2011, at the Rick Good-
ing Funeral Home Chapel with Rev.
Ed Ivey officiating. Interment fol-
lowed at Butler Cemetery in Horse-
shoe Beach.
Arrangements were placed under
the care of the Rick Gooding Funeral
Home in Cross City.


Mr. Neil E. Snodgrass
Mr. Neil E. "Pop a Top" Snod-
grass, 72, passed away on Sunday,
June 26, 2011, quietly at E.T. York
Haven Hospice with his family and
close friends by his side.
He was born on October 30, 1938,
in Dayton, Ohio, then moved to Ma-
deira Beach when he was 12 years
old. After graduating high school in
1959 he served in the Coast Guard for
a time and then became a firefighter
with the City of St. Petersburg. After
an early medical retirement from the
fire department in 1969, he moved
his family to Trenton. He worked
with the Department of Corrections
at Lancaster Correctional Institution
until he retired. He was a member of
the Sandhill Hunting Club in Taylor
County.


He is preceded in death by his lov-
ing wife of 42 years, Susan Snod-
grass; a brother, Donald Snodgrass;
and his parents, Edith and Wesley
Snodgrass.
He is survived by his daughter,
Neila Fay McKinney (Mark) of Ala-
chua; a son, Daryl Alan (Windy)
Snodgrass of Trenton; five grand-
children, Shelby McKinney, Garrett
McKinney, Tristian Ponce, Landon
Quincey, and Lacey Quincey, and
many loving nieces and nephews.
Graveside Services were held on
Wednesday, June 29, 2011, at 10 a.m.
at Trenton Cemetery with Pastor Bil-
ly Philman officiating.
In lieu of flowers, donations may
be made to Haven Hospice E.T.
York Center, 4200 N.W. 90th Blvd.,
Gainesville, FL 32606.
Arangements are under the care of
Watson Funeral Home, Trenton.


Mr. James William
"J.W." Sparkman
Mr..James William "J.W." Spark-
man, 82, a resident of Bell, died Fri-
day afternoon in the Memorial Hos-
pital of Jacksonville.
A native and longtime resident of
Baker County, Mr. Sparkman had
been a resident of Bell for the past six
years having moved there from Wac-
casassa. He was the son of the late
Ralph Franklin Sparkman Sr. and Lil-
lie Mae Garrett Sparkman. He served
in the United States Navy for three
and a half years and was stationed
on the USS Leyte for more than two
years in the Korean Conflict. He then
began working as an aide with the
Florida State Hospital in Macclenny,


Mrs. Elma Arrington Roberts
Mrs. Elma Arrington
Roberts
Mrs. Elma Roberts died on June 21,
2011, at age 100. She was born on
March 12, 1911, on the family farm'
outside Trenton, near Levy County.
She was the daughter of Jessie M.
Arrington and Alma Beauchamp
Arrington. She attended Wolf Sink
School and later Trenton school. She
was married to the late Lee Roberts
of Trenton for 63 years. They lived
first in Bradenton, where he worked
as a barber. They moved back to
Trenton in 1927.
In the late 1920s she went to West
Palm Beach to live with her uncle,
Charlie Beauchamp and trained to
become a beautician. She started the
first beauty shop in Trenton in the
1930s and operated it for twenty-five
years. She later owned and managed
rental houses in Trenton.
She is survived by two children,
Dr. Wendell L. Roberts of Gaines-
ville and Sharon Roberts Henderson
of Jacksonville; three grandchildren
Edith White of Florahome, Don Rob-
erts of Old Town, and Jane McManus
of Citra; eight grandchildren and two
great grandchildren.
She was a member of the Church
of Christ. Visitation was held on
Saturday, June 25, at 10 a.m. and the
service was at 11:00 a.m. at Trenton
Church of Christ.


Mr. William "Bill" Ross
Mr. William "Bill" Ross of Cross
City, passed away Wednesday, June
22, 2011, at North Florida Regional
Hospital. He was 91.


Page Six


AGAIN

V V V

IN LOVE

FOREVER ____

Harvey and Barbara Smith of Old Town Florida. We hold
you close. within our hearts and there you shall remain. To
walk with us throughout our lives. Until we meet again. So
rest in peace together dear loved ones, and thanks for all
you've done. We pray that God has given you the PEACE'
you've truly won.
HAPPYANNIVERSARY MOMAND DAD
SJune 30, 1949
hour loving legacy lives on through the fmily that loves you still.


24-Hou^I r^ Floo Resto ^rat~ion


Commercial ess 'J r relWasing



"Please cl'/l u odyt



shdl yor/ se.rvi c6r


Professional Carpet Cleaning and Water Restoration Services

352-317-2688
Tommy Parrish
CLEANING
AND
352-463-8097 (After Hours) RESTORATION

prosteam2000@bellsouth.net Certified Firm


a position he held for ten years prior
to working for the Florida Wire and
Cable in Sanderson as a mechanic for
more than twenty years. Following.
his retirement Mr. Sparkman enjoyed
honing his woodworking hobby. He
was known for his extremely "pre-
cise" finishing carpentry work. He
was a member of the Ichetucknee
River Baptist Church.
Mr. Sparkman was preceded in
death by his brother, Ralph Franklin
Sparkman, Jr..
Mr. Sparkman is survived by his
wife of six years, Jennett Sparkman;
his five sons, Larry Wayne Sparkman
of Trenton, Wesley Sheffield of Fort
White, Jack Sheffield of Keystone
Heights, Stephen Sheffield of Bell,
Bryan Sheffield of Macclenny; his
four daughters, Karen Smith of Tren-
ton, Kim Sheffield, Fort White, Patty
Williams of Worthington Springs,
and Wanda Cason of Lake Butler;
and his two sisters, Annie Mae Bar-
ton of Macclenny, and Corine Barton
of Sanderson; twenty-two grandchil-
dren and numerous great-grandchil-
dren.
Funeral services for Mr. Spark-
man were conducted at 11:00 a.m.,
Wednesday, June 29, 2011, in the
Ichetucknee River Baptist Church
with Pastor Chris Hall officiating.
The family received friends for one
hour prior t.o the service at the church.
Private family interment services fol-
lowed in the Jacksonville National
Cemetery in Jacksonville.
Arrangements are under the direc-
tion of the Dees-Parrish Family Fu-
neral Home in Lake City. Please sign
the online family guestbook .at par-
rishfamilyfuneralhome.com


MMMOMI19











'T'HIIDQ UNE 30l~l 2011t ") I


LIG CHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


Page Seven


[Legal Notices'

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ir
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN EIGH TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I
AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY, AND FOR GLORIDAST COUNT
FLORIDA FLORIDA
CVLACTON CIVIL ACTION

CASE NO. 21-2011 l-CA-0043 TAL CASE NO. 21-2011-CA-0
DAVID W. COX, as Trustee under Trust CAPITAL CITY BANK,
Agreement known as David W. Cox a Florida banking corporation,
Revocable Trust Agreement, Under Plaintiff,
Agreement dated January 28, 2000, vs.
dated 4/8/2004, JACK P. LOVELACE and BRANE
Plaintiff. L. LOVELACE, husband and wife;
vs. ROBERT GAIL BRITTON,
JEFFREY SCOTT EVERIDGE, a single Defendants.
person, NOTICE OF SALE
Defendants. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: JOSEPH GILLIAM, Clerk of the Circ
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I, Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit,
JOSEPH GILLIAM, Clerk of the Circuit and for GILCHRIST County, Flori
Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit, in pursuant to the Summary Final Judgm
and for GILCHRIST County, Florida, In Foreclosure entered in the abo
pursuant to the Summary Final Judgment styled cause, will sell at public sale
In Foreclosure entered in the above following described property situate
styled cause, will sell at public sale the GILCHRIST County, Florida, to wit:
following described property situate in Commence at the Southwest corner
GILCHRIST County, Florida, to wit: the SE 1/4 of Section 34, Township
North Part of Tract No. 6: South, Range 16 East. for a Point
Commence at the Northwest corner Reference: thence run along the W
of the Northwest Quarter of the line of aforesaid SE 1/4, N 0132':
Southwest Quarter (NW 1/4 of SW W, 1379.21 feet: thence run
1/4) of Section 23, Township 8 South, 88o46' 14't E, 366.20 feet to and for
Range 14 East, for a point of reference. Point of Beginning: thence continue
Thence run along the North line of said 88046' 14" E, 366.21 feet; thence
Northwest 1/4 of Southwest 1/4, North N 0145'47" W, 1375.90 feet; thet
8934'32" East, 659.97 feet to the run S 8902'01" W, 363.54 feet; their
Point of Beginning. Thence continue run S 0139'06" E, 1377.55 feet to
North 8934'32" East, 666.13 feet to Point of Beginning, all lying and be
the Northeast corner of said Northwest in Gilchrist County, Florida.
1/4 of Southwest 1/4; thence run along Said sale shall be made to the high
the East line of said Northwest 1/4 and best bidder for cash pursuant to
of Southwest. 1/4, South 0028'03" Summary Final Judgment entered in
East, 771.47 feet; thence run South above styled cause and will be held
89033'50" West, 664.90 feet; thence the Courthouse steps of the GILCHRI
run North 0033'38" West, 771.61 feet County Courthouse in Trenton. Florida,
to the Point of Beginning, all lying and the 25th day of July, 2011, commenc
being in Gilchrist County, Florida. at the hour of 11:00 a.m.
SUBJECT TO and together with that All interested parties shall be govern
certain easement for the, purpose of accordingly by this Notice.
. ingress-egress- and public utilities DATED this 17th day of June, 2011
recorded in Official Records Book JOSEPH GILLIA
152, Page 628 of the Public Records of Clerk of the Co
Gilchrist County, Florida. (SEA
Said sale shall be made to the highest By: L. Ayers
and best bidder for cash pursuant to the Deputy Clerk
Final Judgment entered' in the above Pub: June 23, 30, 2011 b.
styled cause and will be held it the
front door of the GILCHRIST County
Courthouse in Trenton, Florida, on the ADVERTISEMENT
25th day of July, 2011, commencing at Suwannee River Economic Coun
the hour of 11:00 a.m. Inc. is seeking Licensed Residen
All interested parties shall be governed Insulation Contractors to perfo
accordingly by this Notice. various techniques of insulating Mot
DATED this 17th day of June, 2011. Homes and Site Built Homes for
JOSEPH GILLIAM Agency's Weatherization Assistai
Clerk of the Court program in Bradford, Columb
(SEAL) Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton, Lafaye
By: L. Ayers Madison, Suwannee, Taylor and Uni
Deputy Clerk Counties. Contractors are requi:
Pub: June 23, 30, 2011 b. to know Installation nroepriref


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 21-2011 -CA-0042
DAVID W. COX, as Trustee under Trust
Agreement known as David W. Cox
Revocable Trust Agreement, Under
Agreement dated January 28, 2000,
dated 4/8/2004,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JEFFREY SCOTT EVERIDGE, a single
person,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SALE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I,
JOSEPH GILLIAM, Clerk of the Circuit
Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit, in
and for GILCHRIST County, Florida,
pursuant to the Summary Final Judgment
In Foreclosure entered in the above
styled cause, will sell at public sale the
following described property situate in
GILCHRIST County, Florida, to wit:
South Part of Tract No. 6:
Commence at the Northwest comer of
the Southwest Quarter of Section 23,
Township 8 South, Range 14 East for
a point of reference. Thence run along
the North line of said SW 1/4, North
8934'32" East, 660.00 feet; thence
rur South 00o34'37" East, 771.47 feet
to the Point of Beginning. Thence
run North 89o34'32" East, 664.86
feet; thence run South 00o29'221"
East, 945.00 feet; thence run South
89043'101" West, 663.42 feet; thence
run North 00o34'37" West, 943.36 feet
to the Point of Beginning, all lying
and being in Gilchrist County, Florida.
TOGETHER WITH and SUBJECT
TO an Easement for'ingress, egress,
and public utilities over on and under
the following described property:
Commence at the Southwest corner of
Section 23, Township 8 South, Range
14 East, for a point of reference, thence
run on the South line of Section 23,
North 8943'10" East, 630.00 feet;
thence run North 00034'371" West,
40.00 feet to the North right of way
line of County Road No. C236 and the
Point of Beginning; thence continue
North 00o34'37" West, 2584.77 feet;
thence run North 89o34'32" East,
60.00 feet; thence run South 00o34'37"'
East, 2584.93; thence run South
89043' 10" West, 60.00 feet to the Point
of Beginning.
Said sale shall be made to the highest
and best bidder for cash pursuant to the
Final Judgment entered in the above
styled cause and will be held at the
front door of the GILCHRIST County
Courthouse in Trenton, Florida, on the
25th day of July, 2011, commencing at
the hour of 11:00 a.m.
All interested parties shall be governed
accordingly by this Notice.
DATED this 17th day of June, 2011.
JOSEPH GILLIAM
Clerk of the Court
(SEAL)
By: L. Avers
Deputy Clerk
Pub: June 23, 30, 2011 b.


1


Dense Packing, Crawlspace/Underbelly
applications in addition to attic insulation.
Submit qualifications to Suwannee River
Economic Council, Inc., P. 0. Box
70, Live Oak, FL 32064. For more
information or questions, please call the
Weatherization/Housing Department at
386-362-4115. Please respond by July
22, 2011
Pub. June 30, 2011


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 21-2010-CA-000076
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
KIM A. BOND, SR. A/K/A KIM ALAN
BOND, et al,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF SCHEDULED
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursu-
ant to an Order Rescheduling Foreclosure
Sale dated June 24. 2011. and entered in
Case No. 21-2110-CA-000076 of the Cir-
cuit Court of the EIGHTH Judicial Cir-
cuit in and for GILCHRIST County, Flor-
ida wherein WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA, is the Plaintiff and KIM A. BOND,-
SR. A/K/A KIM ALAN BOND; are the
Defendants, The Clerk of the Court will
sell to the highest and best bidder for cash
at SOUTH DOOR OF THE GILCHRIST
COUNTY COURTHOUSE at 11:00 AM,
ON THE 18th day of July. 2011. the fol-
lowing described property as set forth in
said Final Judment:
A PORTION OF THE WEST HALF
OF THE SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF THE
SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION
14, TOWNSHIP 9 SOUTH, RANGE
16 EAST, GILCHRIST COUNTY,
FLORIDA, BEING MORE PAR-
TICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS: COMMENCE AT A
FOUND NAIL AND CAP 'PRM
1772' AT THE SOUTHWEST COR-
NER OF SECTION 14, TOWN-
SHIP 9 SOUTH, RANGE 16 EAST,
GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA
AND RUN THENCE NORTH 89 DE-
GREES, 37 MINUTES, 0 SECONDS
EAST 224.00 FEET TO A FOUND
5/8 REBAR AND CAP 'PLS 4114';
THENCE NORTH 0 DEGREES, 5
MINUTES, 39 SECONDS, WEST
330.65 FEET TO A FOUND CON-
CRETE MONUMENT 'LE 4922';
THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES,
37 MINUTES, 0 SECONDS EAST,
316.00 FEET TO A FOUND CON-
CRETE MONUMENT 'LE 4922'
AND THE POINT OF BEGINNING;
THENCE NORTH 0 DEGREES, 5
MINUTES, 39 SECONDS, WEST,
330. 57 FEET TO A FOUND CON-
CRETE MONUMENT 'IB 4922';
THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES,
37 MINUTES, 35 SECONDS WEST,
488.00 FEET TO A FOUND CON-
CRETE MONUMENT 'NO ID' ON
THE EAST RIGHT OF WAY LINE
OF SOUTHEAST COUNTY ROAD
337 (100 FOOT RIGHT OF WAY);
THENCE NORTH 0 DEGREES, 4


I ['IU OL/b I, J UIN12, 3U, V 1 z .................


cludes the testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is based. Persons with
disabilities requesting reasonable accom-
modations to participate in this proceed-
ing should provide written notice to Dan
Cavanah, Town of Bell Town Manager,
3240 West Railroad Lane, Bell, Florida
32619, telephone number 352-463-6288,
at least 48 hours prior to said meeting.
Posted Town Hall
Dan Cavanah
Town Manager
Pub. June 30, 2011b.


NOTICE OF MEETING
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, the Gilchrist
County Board of County Commissioners,
in and for Gilchrist County, Florida, will


I


ith SunslounicI lomoIO I norgy ystlom
alrnossos solal poworo lioot oind cool
your tlio no0 i0ro0 o ,ilol lly, nil Ol)iilto
lghilin] and olt Ol )pplllncos, ro(ucltng
your IloClnh (n1 Id cooling costs by tip
In h(alt', I Col us loday o O iS thow it(sily

S / ik I'


AinR cONDITIONING
IC-NO. RE SIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL
RF0037944 QRVICE SALES INSTALLATION
ER0004960 iAL PLUMBING
RA0016184 ELECTRCAL U Water Heaters
Commercial Refrigeration
Well Pumps Ice Machines "We Service All Makes and Models"

C ,IiI.4S4LMIN M463-3060


SI jiS


Hcating & Air. Inc.


IE
N
Y,

118



)IE
and



at I,
;uit
in
da,
ent
)ve
the
in

rof
p 9
of
'est
'4"
N
the
eN
run
nce
nce
the
ing

hest
the
the
on
ST
on
ing

ned


AM
court
AL)





cil,
tial
)nl
bile
the
nce
)ia,
tte,
ion
red
for


Receive up to $1,300 in Rebates*


with the purchase of a qualifying Lennox"' Home Comfort System
iL M 1 > 01P- S IyiIi ii iti 'lttii n l l h ahdl o n IlYlIIIlM [ I ], d oal' iI iiitile l"il.i'i l 'It l I Ioi , Vl '|' ItIV PiiiMiirI 11 V
_____________________________________________ ___ ^ _________ ___


MINUTES, 25 SECONDS WEST
ALONG SAID EAST RIGHT OF
WAY LINE 306.94 FEET TO A SET
1/2 REBAR AND CAP 'PLS 4789';
THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES,
40 MINUTES, 12 SECONDS EAST,
614.67 FEET TO A SET 1/2 REBAR
AND CAP 'PLS 4789': THENCE
SOUTH 0 DEGREES, 3 MINUTES,
0 SECONDS EAST, 636.79 FEET
TO A SET 1/2 REBAR AND CAP
'PLS 4789': THENCE SOUTH 89
DEGREES, 35 MINUTES, 6 SEC-
ONDS WEST, 126.39 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING. LESS AND
EXCEPT ALL ROAD RIGHT OF
WAYS. TOGETHER WITH THAT
CERTAIN 1999 FLEETWOOD MO-
BILE HOME LOCATED THEREON
AS A FIXTURE AND APPURTE-
NANCE THERETO: VIN# GAFLX-
75A34603WS21.
A/K/A 2788 SE COUNTY ROAD 337,
TRENTON, FL 32693
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the date
of the Lis Pendens must file a claim
within sixty (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of
this Court on June 24. 2011..
Joe Gilliam
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(SEAL)
By: L. Ayers
Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law Group, P.L.
P. 0. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
**See Americans with Disabilities
Act**
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact:
Ms. Jan Phillips
,Human Resources Manager
Alachua County Family/Civil
Courthouse
201 E. University Avenue, Room 410
Gainesville, FL 32601
Phone: 352-337-6237
Fax: 352-374-5238
Pub. June 30 and July 7, 2011


TOWN OF BELL
BELL TOWN COUNCIL
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Bell
Town Council Meeting will be at Bell
Town Hall, 3240 W. Railroad Lane, Bell,
Florida, Thursday, July 7, 2011 at 6:00
p.m.
AGENDA
Thursday, July 7, 2011- 6:00 p.m.
- Historic Train Depot Town Hall
Town Planning Board Meeting
A. Call to Order
B. Business
1. Resolution No. PB/LPA LDC
11-03 Approval of Application
for Amendment to the Text of
the Town of Bell Land
Development Code.
2. Resolution No. PB/LPA LDC
11-04 Approval of Application
for Amendment to the Text of
the Town of Bell Land
Development Code.
Town Council Meeting
A. Call to order
Invocation Flag
Consent Items
1. Adoption of July 7, 2011
Agenda
2. Approval of June 2, 2011
Minutes
3. Approval of Expenditures for
June, 2011
4. Approval of Financial
Statements for June, 2011
C. Scheduled Reports and Citizen
Request
D. Other Agencies
1. Diane Rondolet Code
Enforcement
E. Business Reports, Request,
Suggestions
1. David Lang, Jr. Town
Attorney
2. Tommy Brown Town Mayor
3. Dan Cavanah Town Manager
4. Michelle Rose Town Clerk
5. Council President Iris Roberts
6. Council Member Kenny Bass
7. Council Member Ray Sanders
8. Council Member Larry Stton
9. Council Member Hugh
Sanders
F. Old Business
G. New Business
1. First Reading Ordinance No.
2011-03 pursuant to Application
LDC 11-03 Approval of
Application for Amendment to
the Text of the Town of Bell
Land Development Code.
2. First Reading Ordinance No.
2011-04 pursuant to Application
LDC 11-04 -Approval of
Application for Amendment to
the Text of the Town of Bell
Land Development Code.
H. Review of Future Agenda Items
I. Unscheduled Citizen Request
J. Adjourn
PLEASE BE ADVISED that if a per-
son decides to appeal any decision made
by the council, with respect to any mat-
ter considered at such meeting, he or she
will need a record of the proceedings,
and that, for such purpose, he or she may
need to ensure that a verbatim record of
the proceedings is made, which record in-


hold a REGULAR MEETING on Tues-
day, July 5 at 1:30 p.m., in the Board of
County Commissioners Meeting Facility,
located at 210 South Main Street, Tren-
ton, Florida. The following is a proposed
agenda:
AGENDA
1. Call to Order (1:30 p.m.)
2. Agenda Changes
3. Consent Agenda
4. Constitutional Officers
5. County Administrator's Report
6. Attorney's Report
7. Clerk's Report
8. Time Certain
1:45 p.m. Tim Bracewell, GCSO;
Bid Results, Camera System for Jail
2:00 p.m. Charlie Houder, SRW-
MD; Payment in Lieu of Taxes and
Land Management
2:30 p.m. Road Department Report;
Gas Line Right-of-Way
3:00 p.m. Ordinance 2011-08; Can-
dy Flavored Tobacco Products
3:15 p.m. Ordinance 2011-09; LDC
Amendments 2
9. Commissioners Reports
10. Old Business/New Business
11. Public Participation
12. Adjourn
"Persons with disabilities request-
ing reasonable accommodations to par-
ticipate in the proceeding should contact
(352)463-3169 (Voice & TDD) or via
Florida Relay Service (800)955-8771."
PLEASE BE ADVISED that if a per-
son decides to appeal any decisions made
by the Commission with respect to any
matter considered at said hearing, that
person will need a record of the proceed-
ings, and that for such purpose, that per-
son may need to insure that a verbatim
record is made, which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon which the
appeal is to be based.
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS,
GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA
RANDY DURDEN, CHAIRMAN
ATTEST:
JOSEPH W. GILLIAM, CLERK
Pub. June 30, 2011b.


Summertime
slowdown hits blood
supply
Submitted
While it doesn't appear as an offi-
cial date on the calendar, the annual
summer slowdown of blood dona-
tions is causing blood shortages in
our local hospitals. LifeSouth Com-
munity Blood Centers is in need of
blood donations especially donors
with Type 0 blood.
The summer donor shortage is trig-
gered by a number of factors, such as
regular blood donors traveling at this
time of year which combines with
the drop in high school donors when
school is out and fewer college stu-
dent donors on campus. The need for
blood, however, doesn't take a sum-
mer vacation. About 1,000 donors are
needed every week to meet the needs
of the area hospitals.
Type 0 is especially needed be-
cause of its versatility. Anyone in an
emergency can receive 0-negative
blood, so it's important to keep it on
the shelves at hospitals for trauma pa-
tients. 0-positive blood can be used
by anyone with an Rh-positive blood
type, or about 85 percent of Ameri-
cans. Platelet donors are also needed.
Platelets, which are important for
clotting and are used by many cancer
patients, have a shelf life of only five
days, so the need is constant.
Anyone 17 or older, or 16 with
parental permission, weighing a
minimum of 110 pounds and in good
health may be able to donate. A photo
ID is also required.
There are several LifeSouth loca-
tions across North Florida includ-
ing: in Gainesville at 4039 Newberry
Road and 1221 NW 13th Street; in
Palatka at 6003 Crill Ave.; in Lake
City at 833 SW State Road 47; in
Alachua at 15652 NW U.S. 441 Suite
G; and in Chiefland at 2202 N. Young
Boulevard. LifeSouth also has sever-
al blood mobiles at convenient public
locations on a daily basis. Please call
toll-free 888-795-2707 or go to www.
lifesouth.org to find a blood drive
near you.


49=00 2II~'1H062,~~


"Tri-County's Premier Plumbing Contractors"


- ii I


MORE


THAN


TIRES


Brakes

Alignments

Oil Changes


Southern Tire & Brake

626 North Main Street Trenton


463-6050


I A Hatng Aronitinig Ic

Cofotmkr'46-64

SALES SRVICE ISTALLATIO
Manul D& JandEnegy orm


THURSDAY, J ,


Johnson & Son
"Serving All of North Central Florida"


C&D .' Fully licensed
Dumpsters & insured



352.472. 7707 (toll free) 1.866.919.7707




Lindseq Lander



AttorneM -


SOCIAL SECURITY PROBATE




I +6I-I 025


WILLS DIVORCE

[]u []* -^


.lFREEmRIH

ptumainG
M Inc.


.u ,-, ,




(352) 463-2380 or (386) 466-1166
1349 North Main Street Bell, FL 32619
Keeping our customers comfortable
for more than 40 years.
Serving the Lake City area as well!


Complete Plumbing Services
* Drain Cleaning Water Heater Repairs & Installation
* New Construction Remodeling
* Service Work Complete Line of Plumbing Fixtures
* Sewer Repair Available .ils .'n,
State Certified #CFC057595 Fully Licensed & Insured


I


Z,. 7-703|












GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


e gaP Eight


THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 2011


Auction I

AUCTION THURSDAY, JUNE 30TH,
2011. 6:30 pm., prev. all day Enco model
110-1351 metal lathe, Enco model 105-
1124 milling machine, with stands; 2-ton
engine hoist, leather sofa, Asian motif
BR/DR group, oak china hutch, carnival
glass, more! Pictures weekly @ www.
auctionzip.com. ID #19590. Phoenix
Auction Services, 1832 SE Third Ave,
Trenton FL. Ph: 352-463-0707. AB2866
AU1437 10% BP.


Yard Sale-

MULTI-FAMILY SALE: Sat,
from 8-1, 10150 HWY 129, 2 m
light in Trenton.


( TROKE REALTY,

JEAN C. TROKE
Licensed Real Estate Broker


iles S of

ltb,6-30


Wanted to Buy

GONE GREEN CORP: We buy scrap
metal, leave it up to the experts, call 386-
867-9391.
tfnb.6-2


CASH PAID FOR JUNK
and up. 352-771-6191.



Plants


CREPE MYRTLES DAR
DARK PURPLE, PINK &
butterfly and hummingbird
plants, citrus and shade trees
Nursery, Highway 55A, 01
Present hours Thurs & Fri 10 a
Saturday 10 am 3. pm. 352-54
352-356-0288.



SHay For Sa

HAY FOR SALE: *Large rol
fertilized, net wrapped, weed fre
Bermuda $45/roll. Pensacola B
roll. Call 352-949-0222.


CARS: $200


S For Sale

2004 ENCLOSED TRAILER: Pace
American, 12x6, black, one owner,
$2,500 obo. 352-949-5089.
I tb,6-30

NEW HOLLAND SQUARE BALER:
Model 570, less than 10,000 bales, barn
stored, excellent condition, 463-9933 or
258-8019.
tfnb,6-30


ltb.6-30 24' CENTER CONSOLE PROLINE:
Full transom, motor bracket, with 225
4-stroke Yamaha, outfitted for offshore
fishing. Bottom machine, full electronics,
and much more. Ready to fish. $22,500
obo. Call John at 352-463-7135.
July 2nd tfni, 3- 1


[ Babysitting .

BABYSITTING: In my home,. 2 years
old and LIp. $10 per child, per day. 463-
6111.
tlnb,6-16


Services


JIM'S PRESSURE WASH & PAINT
4tb,6-23-7-14 Residential & commercial since
1985. Lic. & Insured
Pastor Jim Hurst
(352)356-3831 (352) 498-3023
tfnb, 5-19


RK RED,
WHITE,
friendly
at Allen's
Id Town.


CARTER EXCAVATING: land clear-
ing, grading, sitework. 'driveways, fill
dirt. FREE Estimates! 352-213-5361.
tfnb,5-19


int - pi, Help Save a Life: At Narconon Arrow-
2-7284 or head we are saving lives, reuniting fami-
lies, and making stronger communities
tfnb,6-30 through effective drug and alcohol reha-
bilitation. Learn how and why a person
l becomes addicted to drugs or alcohol and
what you can do to help. log on to www.
stopaddiction.com or call 800-468-6933
is, highly to receive free counseling,. referrals and
I. Coastal assessments. Stop the cycle of addiction
e. Coas / today!
olai, a 5/ tdy/


tfn. 2-24
1


tfnb,7-23


w@^^SON A 2ep

Stump Tree
Grinding Removal



352-472-9120 352-672-5201
24 Hour Emergency DAMIAN RILEY


"NEED A FENCE OF ANY KIND
CALL DANNY ANYTIME."

Barb Wire Woven Wire
Chain Link Board


(352) 463-7075 (office)
(352) 463-7302 FAX
E-mail: trokerealty@aol.com
WEBSITE: www.trokerealtyinc.com


NEAT1CLEAN HOME & LANDSCAPED ONE-ACRE TRACT NEAR
TRENTON: 3BR/2BA: Well-kept frame/hardyboard-built home (pictured on the clii).
on a fenced/electronic-gated -acre property, with paved frontage along ('R-344 just
west of 'renlon. Inside features include spacious interior w/ split-plan Iloor-plan. plenty
of counter/bar space at full-appliance kitchen. large Main tIR/BA suite & inmore. Ouier
features include full property fencing/lcttric
security-gated entry, outbuildings & attached
country back porch (pictured on tile right-
IIodge02). Fully landscaped tract. with plenty ofpines in front'& back for privacy-call
or mail our office Ifor Iull property details...$149.90t0.
RENTAL HOMES NOW AVAILABLE-Call or email to our office. o find about
some currently-available homes in Gilchrist Connlty (to rent. or possibly lease- '
purchase-per Landlord/Seller's credit-check of prospect).
- Serving the Tri-County Area Since 1983
"Professional Service With A Personal Touch"
Jean Troke (cell #) Jean Troke (home #) Paul Troke (cell #)
(352) 493-3539 (386) 935-3357 (352) 221-2999
r[ 730 E. Wade Street (SR-26)
| MTrenton, Florida 32693 OPS,"r?


CLASS IF IEDS'I
CLASSIFIED ADS $5,50 MINIMUM FOR 20 WORDS 10 CENTS EACH ADDITIONAL WORD. A


F Services

JERRY WILKS FILL DIRT SER-
VICE: Fill dirt, driveways, topsoil,
demolition, limerock, land clearing.
(352) 493-3137 (day) or (352) 463-6111
(night).
tfnb,5-28

APPLIANCE REPAIR: All brands, ice
maker & dishwasher installation. EPA
certified techs. MC-VISA, 352-949-
0651.
tfnb,12-18


MOWER & CHAINS
Stihl, Hlusqvarna. Ayp, M
MTD, Briggs, Kohler, Ro
da. Blades for most i
Beauchamp Saw
493-4904


DIXIE MONUMENTS -
FL: Toll Free 1-877-542
349N 7 miles north of O0
Crabb Church NE 512 A
church) 1/2 mile on righl
ors, size & styles of mar
to choose' from in our in'
puter specialist to assist y
a lasting tribute to the life
one. Closed: Sunday & M
Tuesday Friday, 8am-4p
8am-12noon or call for fr
appointment.


TIM POWELL ELECT]
stallations and repairs, lic
sured. State Cert. #EC13
(352) 463-2155.



[F Tranin

NEED A NEW CAREER
ing offers 40 hr.CNA Pr
GED or High School Diplo
age 18. Day and Night Cla:
493-7330 for more info or


ANHEUSER-BUSCH t
ER has an immediate ope
sutIts driven salespersoll to
territory. Beverage indusl
preferred. Please send res
BurkhardtSales.com, or app
6125 NW 18th Drive, Gain
DFWP.




) Gilchri


Coun




FAX


S463-73,


Selp Wanted

The Gilchrist County Journal is look-
ing for a fill-in proofreader to help
proofread articles and advertisements
and correct any typos, spelling or gram-
matical errors that may be included. A
strong understanding of grammar rules
and spelling is necessary for this part-
time job. Applications are available at the
Gilchrist County Journal, located at 207
N. Main Street in Trenton. Resumes may
also be submitted via e-mail to gilchrist-
journal@bellsouth.net


AW PARTS GILCHRIST COUNTY SCHOOLS
[urray, Sears,. Instructor, Social Science w/possible
bin, and Hon- coaching duties. Trenton Middle School.
mowers. Qualifications: BA degree or higher
Shop from an accredited college or university
and Florida Teacher Certification Middle
tin, 1-03 Grades Social Studies. Prefer experience
in sports coaching.
OLD TOWN, Instructor, Band Director. Bell High
2-3432. Hwy- School. Qualifications: BA degree or
ld Town. Me- higher from an accredited college or uni-
venue (behind versity and Florida Teacher Certification
it. Many col- covering Music K-12. Experience with
ble & granite music performance and marching band
ventory. Corn- preferred.
ou in creating Instructor, Band Director. Trenton High
of your loved School. Qualifications: BA degree or
monday. Open: higher from an accredited college or uni-
m & Saturday versity and Florida Teacher Certification
ee after hours covering Music K-12. Experience with'
music performance and marching band
tfnb,6-28 preferred.
Principal, Elementary. Trenton Elemen-
RIC: New in- tary School. Qualifications: Masters De-
ensed and in- gree or higher from an accredited college
3002453. Call or university and Florida Teacher Certifi-
cation covering School Principal.
tfnb,11-25 Instructor, Chemistry, Biology. Bell
High School. Teach Chemistry and Phys-
ics. Qualifications: BA degree or higher
From an accredited college or university
and Florida Teacher Certification cover-
? Quest Train- ing High School Chemistry and Biology.
ep Class. No Physics certification preferred.,
rep Class. No Instructor,; Grade 6, Self-contained.
ssea required.s Call 352- Bell Middle School. Teach multiple 6th
grade subjects, including Reading. Qual-
4tap 6-16-7ointment- ifications: BA degree or higher from an
accredited college or university and Flor-
ida Teacher Certification covering Ele-
mentary Education, including 6th grade.
,ted Teacher Aides- Anticipated Vacan-
ics. I)istrict Wide. Qualifications: High
VHOLESAL- School Diploma I ligh school diploma OR
ning for a re- equivalent. Associate of Arts degree or
cover i local higher: O() at least 60 credit hours firm
trv exeriecae an accredited institution: or a passing

sume to 1 IR(, score on an approved state test (ParaPro)
ply in person at required. May fill multiple positions.
lesville. IOE/ May ill as Temporary Teacher Aides.
Substitute Teachers. Qualifications:
3th.6-30-7-14 Iligh School I)iploma or Equivalent re-
quired. Complete application online.
then contact the District office for more
Information. (continued)

It2i 7AAiW


t 1

A
^a


LA ~,.,


Be Sure. Get Screened.

It's easy and affordable at Palms.


1-888-730-2374
www.palmsmg.org


l Palms Medical Group
0-y- lK w I om I'" ,l f h. ,,'l.u'), n hfi"


Help WantedI I


2002 Doublwide
3 BR/2 BA on 100x75
fenced, lot in Trenton.
New appliances.
$45,000.
No owner financing.
Call for information:
352-214-8967
352-214-2351


Real Estate


Bus Driver Trainees / Substitute Bus
Drivers. Qualifications: High School
Diploma required. Training: 40 hours of
in-service training will be provided for
qualified applicants. Part of the training
prepares trainees for the driver portion of
the Class B Florida CDL. For informa-
tion or questions, contact the Transporta-
tion Department at (352) 463-3230.
Highly Qualified Substitute Teacher
Pool. Qualifications: Bachelor's De-
gree. Currently certified with Temporary
or Professional Certificate or formerly
certified with Professional Certificate as*
teacher in Florida or eligible for same.
Once approved, highly qualified substi-
tutes would be eligible for substituting
at $130 a day in pre-approved situations
where there is a long-term absence in a
core subject area. All other daily substi-
tuting would be at current daily rates. Ap-
ply online and contact Human Resources
department for more information.
Apply online at: http://www.gilchrist-
schools.org/Employment/jobs.html
All applications will be screened. Not all
applicants will be interviewed. Applica-
tions will be accepted until positions are
filled unless otherwise indicated. EEO/
Drug Free Workplace.
tfnb,6-2


F For Rent

2 BR/1 BA APARTMENT: Washer,
dryer, paved road, paved parking, handi-
cap accessible, quiet neighbors, Fanning
Springs. $550/mo., first, last, security.
493-5372.
2tb,6-23-6-30

TRENTON PHASE I APARTMENTS:
2 & 3 BR APTS AVAILABLE, 718 NE
7th Place #905, Trenton, FL 32693. Call
352-463-7106, TDD/TTY 711. This in-
stitution is an equal opportunity provider,
and employer.
tfnb,6-9

TRENTON PHASE II APART-
MENTS: Rental assistance may be avail-
able 1, 2 & 3 BR HC/non HC accessible
apartments. 718 NE 7th Place #905, Tren-
ton, FL 32693. Call 352-463-7106, TDD/
TTY 711. This institution is an equal op-
portunity provider, and employer.
tfnb,6-9










Need Sign


* Pilot
* Pentel
* Zebra
* Fisher


II


*Papermate
*Bic


* Sanford
* Sheaffer
* Cross
Pen/Pencil
* Parker
Pen/Pencil


352-463-7135
207 North Main Street Trenton


Need9to senda fx? eeda fx rceied or ou
(32 6-79 AX
TheGilhr st ont Sornl-(32 6373


Protec-Viri 1eir TomorroW s ...

We cherish the moments we watch our
children and grandchildren grow. We vow
to love, protect aid provide for them and all
their dreams. This is our promise.
Secure their future, no matter what.

Buy Life Insurance because it's not about
your life, it's about theirs.
Call or ,iisil us todiiiaj!
Nature Coast Insurance


12372 NW HWY 19, Chicfland,
352-493-2565


FL 32626


THE MOBILE FOOD PANTRY
will be at the
BELL COMMUNITY CENTER
THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 2 PM
Fresh produce, meats, and bakery.
The food will be distributed free-of-charge, based on a
first-come first-serve basis.
Call 352-463-2710 for more information.
Sponsored by Bell Town Manager, Dan Cavanah


Danny Hodge
(352) 463-1832 -- Mobile (352) 493-5345
4110 S.W.,25th Street -- Bell, Florida


f, 'a,


Pap Test for $5

Palms Medical Group
1830 N. Main Street, Bell

Thursday, July 14
1:00 to 4:00 p.m.
No appointments necessary.
Call 352-463-1100 for more information.


Gilchrist County Journal




Fax Service 463-7393


I "r, lrLIL I


v -1 1 '' IAWWRIwq


r-..


C.P -.P.MM.WWWW" MMW-Pppp I I M, Ir I


I^^


Ne d A Sign?
Call W6odland Craft Sij
1 (352) 463-7135


auto-OuoersInsuanc


I HelpWan


HANDYMAN SPECIAL: '95 3 BR/2
BA DWMH on I acre, beautiful country
setting, owner financing, $3,000 down,
only $431/month. $44,900. 352-215-
1018.
4tb,6-16-7-7

1 ACRE BELL AREA: Beautifully
wooded, high & dry. Owner financing.
No down payment. $9,900, $102/mo.
(352) 215-1018. www.LandOwnerFi-
nancina.com
6tb,6-2-7-7

NO MONEY DOWN! 5 & 10 ac tracts
between Bell & Trenton. Owner/Broker.
352-221-5256.
tfnb,9-2

FOR SALE Retail storefront property
in downtown Trenton. Three buildings on
Main Street. Call 352-463-7135.
tfn,6-30



FLORIDA
o GATEWAY
COLLEGE

(Formerly Lake City Community College)
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, PRACTICAL
NURSING
224 Duty Days Tenured Track,
Conduct the learning experience in the
classroom, laboratory and/or clinical area.
Prepare for instruction syllabi, lesson plans.
tests; use assessment strategies to assist the
continuous development of the learner; use
effective communication techniques with
students and others. Demonstrate knowledge
and understanding of the subject matter, use
appropriate technology in the teaching and
learning process. Minimum Qualifications
Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree and be
licensed in Florida or be eligible for licensure in
Florida. Three years experience as staff nurse
(acute cale preferred). Ability to present
information in a coherent manner and the ability
to fairly evaluate student retention of that
information. Desirable Qualifications:
Computer literate. Teaching experience. BSN
required, MSN preferred.
Salary: Based on degree and experience, plus
I benefits.
Review of applications will begin Immediately.
Persons interested should provide College
application, vita. and photocopies of transcripts.
All foreign transcripts must be submitted with
official translation and evaluation.
Position details and applications available on
web at: www.fgc.edu
Human Resources
Florida Gateway College
149 S.E. College Place
Lake City Fl 32025-2007
Phone (386) 754-4314
Fax (386) 754-4814
E-Mail: hulanrolfgc.edu
FGC is accredited by the Commission on
Colleges of the Southern Association of
Colleges and Schools. VP/ADA/EA/EO
College in Education and Employment


Pen Refills
Available At The
Gilchrist County Journal









-i l I --, A XTt iT AV I TT C f l W I I


LIG CHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


Page Nine


T HLKURSDAY JUINE .30, 20.11 I


From the Desk of Gilchrist

County Sheriff Daniel Slaughter
Weekly Sheriff's Report
WEEK ENDING: June 27, 2011


On June 20, 2011 Perenda, Damian
10/6/1969 was arrested for Columbia
County Warrant -Failure to Appear/
Passing Worthless Checks
On June 20, 2011 Barritt, Nicholas
J. 2/11/1966 was arrested for Viola-
tion of Probation Driving while un-
der the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs
with Property Damage
On June 20, 2011 Ridley, Michael
3/22/1983 was arrested for Domestic
Battery
On June 20, 2011 Thomas, Brandi
6/24/1991 was arrested for Alachua
County Warrant Fraud/Insufficient
Funds X 3
On June 21, 2011 Reyes, Lucas S.
1/23/1977 was arrested for Driving
with No Valid Driver License
On June 23, 2011 Knox, Allan E.
1/6/1987 was arrested on Columbia
County Warrant Possession of Less
than 20 grams of Cannabis, Posses-
sion of Drug Paraphernalia
On June 24, 2011 Corales, Valen-
tine 3/11/1988 was arrested for Ag-
gravated Battery with Deadly Weap-
onX2
On June 24, 2011' Shepard, Jr.,
Jerry D. 10/12/1978 was arrested for
Driving while License Suspended or


Revoked, Attempt to Flee/Elude
On June 24, 2011 Montgomery,
David M. 6/6/1990 was arrested for
Domestic Battery
On June 24, 2011 Hunter, David
Richard 8/15/1955 was arrested for
Domestic Battery
On June 25, 2011 Reese, Sheena
R. 9/8/1989 was arrested for Marion
County Warrant Failure to Appear/
No Valid Driver License
On June 25, 2011 Parrish, Thomas
A. 12/22/1987 was arrested for Do-
mestic Battery
On June 25, 2011 Shaw, Patina A.
11/21/1962 was arrested for Interfer-
ence with Custody
On June 25, 2011 A Juvenile was
arrested for Domestic Battery
On June 25, 2011 Douglas, Barba-
ra Alyse 1/19/1989 was arrested for
Assault/Battery on Law Enforcement
Officer, Resist Arrest with Violence,
Disorderly Intoxication
On June 26, 2011 Brenner, Richard
7/24/1984 was arrested for Violation
of Protection Order, Burglary, Cor-
ruption by Threat of Public Servant,
Resist Arrest without Violence
On June 27, 2011 Braswell, Ali-
sha 2/27/1984 was arrested for Fraud
- Insufficient Funds X 3


Hunt's Pest Control, Inc.
GET RID OF:
Cockroaches Waterbugs German Roaches
Ants and other Household Pests


WE DO TERMITE
INSPECTIONS
Phone 493-1051
493-4772
"We send 'em packing!"


II


Gilchrist County
Land Transactions
Henry A. Burniewiez and Mary E.
Burniewiez to Brandon L. Fletcher,
warranty deed, $32,500.00, Lot 3
Block 16 Trenton Original Survey,
on 6/20/2011.
Kathleen C. Delisi Trustee and the
Broken D. Ranch Trust to Royce C.
Hodge and Martha C. Hodge, quit
claim deed, $10.00, on 6/20/2011.
Garry Dean Crosby to Royce C.
Hodge and Martha C. Hodge, quit
claim deed, $10.00, on 6/20/2011.
Royce C. Hodge and Martha C.
Hodge to William B. Wurzbach,
warranty deed, $50,000.00, on
6/20/2011.
Norman Byrd to Norman Byrd
and Kathy Byrd, quit claim deed,
$10.00, Lot 56 Foxwood Acres, on
6/22/2011.
John Franklin Rush to Kelly J. Phil-
man and Rachelle Philman, warranty
deed, $90,000.00, on 6/22/2011.
Michael Karnes and Amanda
Karnes to Ernest Roberson and Kay
Griffin, quit claim deed, $10.00, East
1/2 of Lot I Block 7 Trenton Original
Survey, on 6/22/2011.
Ralph J. Turner Trustee and the
Turner Trust Agreement to Eric P.
Shamblin and Elizabeth Ann Sham-
blin, warranty deed, $60,000.00, East
1/2 Lot 1 Block 7 Trenton Original
Survey, on 6/22/2011.
Julieanne Moss Chapman n/k/a
Julieanne Kathy Moss Chapman to


Senior & Veteran
Discounts


Lic # CFC051621


WOLFE PLUMBING. INC.
Guaranteed Plumbing Service
Drain Cleaning, Repairs, Leak Detection,
New Construction 7-Day Service

352-463-2202 [ 386-935-0616


GILCHRIST COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT


Well Child & Newborn Care
School & Sports Physicals
Chronic & Acute Care
Communicable Disease
Maternity Care By UF Dept. OB/GYN


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


WIC Services (Baby Formula & Food Coupons)
Attention Deficit Disorder Evaluation & Treatment


Flu Shots
are available
during regular
office hours


I : ** i - *
. ,,


Flu Shots
are available
during regular
office hours


LOG CABIN QUILTERS


Thomas Alston Chapman, quit claim
deed, $10.00, on 6/23/2011.
Cynthia Kay Watson to Calvin W.
Carlisle, warranty deed, $0, Lot 2
Buck 23, on 6/23/2011.
Iris J. Roberts, Iris J. Roberts
Trustee, and the Iris J. Roberts Living
Trust to Cilea Joeanne Ellis, warranty
deed, $10.00, on 6/23/2011.
Iris J. Roberts, Iris J. Roberts
Trustee, and the Iris J. Roberts Liv-
ing Trust to Ann Ellis, warranty deed,
$10.00, on 6/23/2011.
Iris J. Roberts, Iris J. Roberts
Trustee, and the Iris J. Roberts Liv-
ing Trust to Elizabeth Ellis, warranty
deed, $10.00, on 6/23/2011.
Iris J. Roberts, Iris J. Roberts
Trustee, and the Iris J. Roberts Living
Trust to James Eric Ellis II, warranty
deed, $10.00, on 6/23/2011.
Iris J. Roberts, Iris J. Roberts
Trustee, and the Iris J. Roberts Living
Trust to James Eric Ellis II, warranty
deed, $10.00, on 6/23/2011.
Capital City Bank, Joseph W.
Gilliam, Gilchrist County Clerk of
Court, David F. Horne, Jr., Mary
Horne, Citifinancial, Inc., Lindbergh
Bass, and Martha B. Bass to Capital
City Bank, certificate of title, $10.00,
on 6/24/2011.
Capital City Bank, Joseph W.
Gilliam, Gilchrist County Clerk of
Court, David F Horne, Jr., Mary
Home, Citifinancial, Inc., Lindbergh
Bass, and Mary B. Bass to Capital
City Bank, certificate of title, $10.00,
on 6/24/2011.


T-HOUNTY



*New Designs .Additions/Remodels *Pole Barn Plans
Energy Forms *Windloads
352-463-8857 Office
-- -- 352-274-3006 Mobile -


Suwannee Valley Precast, Corp
New Septic Installations
Drainfield repairs
Septic Pumpouts svP
& Certifications
Portable Toilets
Lavett Roberts

(352) 463.2504 (352) 493-4055



Need insurance and

don't know where to start?

Get Real life insurance.


~i~ 44


BEN LARRY





Get Real Auto aHome Ufe


352-463-2298
305 West Wade Street
Trenton, FL 32693


www.floridafarmbureau.com


* 14 jj. .... A ~.


41
'V ,'-~r~7~j
.-"
~-"-. '~
~ ~AA'.


(Cal*pen ABC7tlieie


(352) 505-0560 P.O. Box 140907 Gainesville, FL 32614 "" .


For More Info Visit: www.CamoenAuctions.corn AR # 989 All #3085


^ .'


Medicaid, Medipass, Medicare, and most other major insurances.


119 N.E. 1st Street, Trenton, Florida 32693 463-3120
Office Hours Monday Friday 8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.


1 lk ll


'..: -. -
~N ~
- ~' *


th


M


By Winnelle Horne
The Log Cabin Quilters met Thurs-
day, June 23, at the Levy County Quilt
Museum. It was a busy day. We wel-
comed Muriel and eight 4-1 l'ers with
three helpers who came to learn how
to quilt. 1 told them to always keep
the first article they made and as they
get better, it's fun to look at the long
crazy stitches they started with. We
had a great day with them.
More fabric was brought in and we
know some of the fabric will be used
for -items to be entered in the State
Fair in February. We will be send-
ing some of the fabric down to Opera-
tion Shoebox to make small bags for
the soldiers overseas. Tens of thou-
sands of bags are sent crammed full
of goodies to the soldiers in the' war
zones.
Greg and six young men were out
Tuesday and they got the place look-
ing great. Thanks, Lancaster.
Thursday lunch was rigatoni and
spaghetti sauce, fresh butter beans,
fresh creamed corn, chicken and rice,
slaw, sliced tomatoes, pears, bread,
butter, peach jam and apple pie.


Aileen Kooi made a Double Wed-
ding Ring table runner.


Gi>lchrist l-


1Count1y



Journal






I463-7I3I





FAX]


FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF



HEALTH


;.r


m


.II


I ,- ....

I. ' '"


,- ,


I


I Ago











Page Ten GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 2011


Water Management

District urges citizens

to conserve water
Continued from page 1


ceased. Coastal rivers fell to much
below normal after five months of
near-normal flow, and all 16 District-
monitored lakes were below their
historical average level.
Groundwater levels fell in 92 per-
cent of monitored wells. Levels in the
Santa Fe Basin were near the 15th
percentile for the period of record,
meaning that almost 85 percent of the
time they have been higher than they
are now. In the Suwannee River ba-
sin, levels fell to the 22nd percentile.
According to the most recent
drought report, the National Weather
Service classified drought conditions
in the Suwannee River basin as se-
vere. The Florida Division of Forest-
ry estimated the fire danger for most
of the area as high or very high.
The District has taken the follow-
ing actions to urge the public to cut
back on water use:
Water Shortage Advisory: De-
clared by the District's Governing
Board in December 2010, the advi-
sory asks all users to voluntarily re-
duce water consumption indoors and
outdoors until further notice.
"The advisory simply calls upon
all of us to take voluntary steps to re-
duce both indoor and outdoor water
use during times of drought and until
conditions recover," said Jon Dinges,
District director of water supply and
resource management.
Once drought conditions improve
and groundwater and surfacewater
levels rebound, the governing board
may cancel the Water Shortage Ad-
visory. Should conditions worsen,
however, the governing board may
impose mandatory water-use restric-
tions.
Landscape Irrigatiop Rule: Ad-
opted into Florida Administrative
Code in January 2010, the rule re-
quires homeowners, businesses, and
others to limit lawn and landscape
watering to two days during day-
light saving time and one day per
week during standard time. Irrigation
should not occur between 10 a.m.
and 4 p.m.
"The landscape irrigation rule is
a year-round conservation measure
aimed at stretching our water sup-
plies for the long term," Dinges said.
The advisory, and irrigation rule ap-
plies to residents within the District's
boundaries, which means all of Co-


lumbia, Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton,
Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee, Tay-
lor and Union counties, and portions
of Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Jeffer-
son, Levy and Putnam counties.
The District offers the following
tips to conserve indoors and out-
doors:
0 Fix leaky faucets and toilets,
which can waste up to 100 gallons
per day.
0 Replace older fixtures and appli-
ances with low-flow, water-saving
models.
0 Turn off tap while brushing teeth,
shaving, or washing dishes.
0 Water lawns and landscapes only
one day per week and not between 10
a.m. and 4 p.m.
0 Use Florida-Friendly Landscap-
ingTM.
OEquip hoses with automatic shut-
off nozzles.
0 Wash vehicles infrequently and
only on porous surfaces.
0 Use a broom or blower not a
hose to clean sidewalks, driveways,
parking areas.
0 Take shorter showers; staying
under 5 minutes can save 1,000 gal-
lons per month.
0 Don't use toilet as a waste bas-
ket.
For more information, contact the
District at 386-362-1001 or 800-226-
1066 (FL only).

Sparkleberry Chapter
News
By Sylvia Dunnam
The Sparkleberry Chapter of the
Florida Native Plant Society will
meet the second Tuesday of the
month, July 12, 2011, starting at 6:30
p.m., at Hatch Park, Branford (403
SE Craven,St). The public is invited.
The program will be featuring a video
from the Master Naturalist Program
entitled "Pineland Habitats."
For more 'information contact:
President, Betsy Martin, 386-935-
2453, betsymartin@windstream.
net, Vice-President: Carol Sullivan,
386-364-9309, for more information
on the Florida Native Plant Society:
www.fnps.org. The purpose of the
Florida Native Plant Society is to
promote the preservation, conserva-
tion and plant restoration of the na-
tive plant communities.


The SVL 9U Red Lightning baseball team, on front row left to right: are Parker Ferguson, Garrett
Brooker, Ty Adkins, Batboy-Brandon DeMartino, Colton Hastings, Levi Ferguson; on middle row left
to right are Branden Wallace, Zach Ford, Wyatt Langford, Jason DeMartino, Wyatt Thornton; and
back row left to right are Coach Kirk Brooker, Coach Michael Langford, Coach Jason DeMartino.


SVL 9 and under team wins

regional championship


Submitted
Congratulations to the Suwan-
nee Valley League (SVL) Red
Lightning 9U Cal Ripken Baseball
team for bringing home the 2011
District 6 /Regional Championship
from this past weekend. The 9U
team traveled to the First Federal
Baseball Complex in Live Oak on
June 25 and June 26 to take on the
Wakulla 9U All-Stars in a best of
three series to determine the even-
tual champion.
The Red Lightning swept the se-


Character Counsel
To all interested parties: I
Since 2006, young men from par-
ticular Units of the ALERT Academy
of Big Sandy, Texas have come to our
county to volunteer their time and
energy to assist widows and disabled
veterans in sprucing up their yards or
performing patch and repair work or


"S

FUNERAL HOMES


Our family serving your family because we care!
Serving the Ocala area and surrounding communities for over 100 years.
We can serve our families in the comfort of their own homes,
with their family members by their side to help make decisions.
Because we know how important family is to us.
Our burial packages start at $4,045 with gasketed caskets.
We also offer simple cremation packages which start at $1,200
Since we own our crematories, your loved one will remain in our care
throughout the arrangement process.
We have the ability to provide services within Gilchrist County
to avoid the necessity of travel outside the community.
We will attempt to honor other funeral homes' prearrangements.
Our prearrangement plans are designed to assist your family
in preparing for the future.
We offer several seminars throughout the year, open to the public,
to help you make educated decisions regarding those future plans.
We have been active within Gilchrist County, supporting functions
such as Beast Feast and School sports activities and
donating computer equipment to the Gilchrist County School Board.
If you have questions, please call us at 352-622-4141.
Bruce W. Sessler, Jr. Funeral Home Manager, Licensed Funeral Director,
Trenton Resident
606 SW 2nd Ave, Ocala, FL 34470
RobertsFuneralHomes.com
@2011 STEI


ries by taking the first game 17-9 and
the second 20-1. Key performers of
the series for outstanding pitching go
to Wyatt Langford, Colton Hastings,
and Jason DeMartino. Langford
started Game 1 and got into some
trouble early, but was relieved by
Hastings in fine effort to shut down
Wakulla for 4 innings. DeMartino
came in to close the game in the 6th
inning by striking out the side. In
Game 2, Langford was dialed in and
allowed only one hit in a complete
game effort. Backing the pitching ef-


forts was outstanding defense per-
formances by Levi Ferguson and
Wyatt Thornton as the Red Light-
ning only committed two errors for
both games. Outstanding hitting/
offense performers go to the entire
team for keeping the Wakulla All-
Star team very busy in the field.
Next up is the Florida State Cham-
pionship series in Lake City on July
7-10. The SVL Red Lightning
would also like to say a big 'thank
you' to all of our sponsors and those
who have donated thus far.


seeks volunteers for local ALERT Team


other such light jobs to enhance the
residence of these citizens.
The Character Council has been
approached about facilitating such a
group here to meet specific needs of
our elder citizens when an ALERT
Unit is not here. Therefore, this is a
public invitation for any interested
people to attend a FREE "Explorato-
ry" meeting sponsored by the Coun-


cil to.be held at 6:15 p.m. on Monday,
July 11, 2011 at the Trenton Commu-
nity Center.
If the idea of having a Commu-
nity Assistance Service Team in our
county is something which interests
you and you would be willing to give
of your time and effort, please make
plans to attend, for your input. is
needed.


* Service & Repair KLH CUSTOM* AUTOMOTIVE
* All Makes/Models K C T COMMERCIAL
* Cruisers/Sport Bikes 50-TINr RESIDENTIAL
*ATVs/Dirt Bikes F ll e
in obervaceeo ( Full Line of
Parts & Accessories Automotive
All of your c-t r v Accessories
motorcycle needs.
450-2206 ea 450-TINT
450-2206 _______ (8468)



The Gilchrist County

Solid Waste Department will be

CLOSED on Monday, July 4, 2011,

in observance of the Holiday.

The Recycling Truck for the Cruse Voting

Precinct will be rescheduled for Tuesday. If

you have any questions, please call 463-3185.

Have a safe Holiday weekend.


CLEARANCE

SALE


500 ITEMS&

$1.00 TABLE


JUNE 30

thru

July

St/Pplies Ds\
AL IIW


30% OFF Yard Decor

& Wind Chimes


2o%-30% OFF TOY

i&M 3ut up friwtunacj & LSifgo ,f T'entct
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m. 5:30 p.m., Sat. 9 a.m. 3 p.m.
Hwy. 129 Trenton (352) 463-2240


Nominations

accepted for

county

committee
Submitted
Farmers, ranchers and other agri-
cultural producers have until Aug.
1, to nominate eligible candidates to
serve on local Farm Service Agency
county committees, announced Tim
Manning, of the USDA's Farm Ser-
vice Agency (FSA).
"County committees play a vital
role in the administration of federal
farm programs and the positive effect
they have on rural communities,"
said Manning.
FSA county committees make de-
cisions on commodity price support
loans, conservation programs, disas-
ter programs, employing county ex-
ecutive directors and other significant
agricultural issues.
To hold office as a county com-
mittee member, a person must par-
ticipate or cooperate in a program
administered by FSA, be eligible to
vote in a county committee election
and reside in the local administrative
area (LAA) in which the person is a
candidate.
A complete list of eligibility re-
quirements is posted online at: http://
www.fsa.usda.gov/Internet/FSA_
File/fsa_ccelections_2011 .pdf
Individuals may nominate them-
selves or others as candidates.
All nomination forms for the 2011
election must be postmarked or re-
ceived in the local USDA Service
Center by close of business on Aug.
1, 2011.
Voting takes place in the fall. Bal-
lots will be mailed to eligible voters
by Nov. 4. The final day to return
voted ballots to the local USDA Ser-
vice Center is Dec. 5. Newly elected
county committee members take of-
fice Jan. 2, 2012.

Cedar Keys National
Wildlife Refuge Open
House Set for July 9
Cedar Keys National Wildlife Ref-
uge invites you to an openhouse on
Seahorse Key Saturday, July 9th,
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Enhance your summer by getting
the family outdoors into the spectac-
ular Cedar Keys. Bring your camera,
fish a little, walk along the beach, and
enjoy the young pelicans through the
spotting scope.
For more information call: (352)
493-0238.


I
N


SUMMER --


GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 2011


Page Ten