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Title: Gilchrist County journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Thetis F. Fisher
Place of Publication: Trenton Fla
Creation Date: March 1, 2012
Publication Date: 3/8/2012
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Serving Gilchrist County and Surrounding Ar~ea for over 81 Years
207 North Main Street, Trenton, Florida 32693


Vol. 81 .- No. 42 Phn 32 373 a(32t-33 Trenton, Florida 32693 Thursday, March 8, 2012 Price 50y C ounis,2.ODhrra






Bell ohta 2 oach 1 B~rb


The Bulldogs will begin spring
,practice on May 1.
Gore and his wife, Kelly, live~ in
Chiefland. They have two children
Wade, who is 7, and Ella is 6. Kelly
works as the assistant principal at
Williston Middle School.
"Everyone I have talked with at
'Bell has been extremely nice," Gore
said.
"It means a lot to 'me that they
thought enough of me to give me this
opportunity without me having any
experience as a head coach."



)officials


h~~ cut


Funds raise d for burn center


M~erritt ain ouxices

candidacy for tax collector


.~~ TRt-COUNTY , FEBRUARY 27, 2012
NURSING H-otwE
-,,... uwanlnoo Rlver Shrinu~ chab S; \1550.00;
c:11 ONE THOUS/AND FIVE H-UNDRED & FIFY

Chairon's RU''n Coeicr







On2 Macllh 2, a check was presented to the Suwannlee River Shrine Club for the funds raised at the
Tr~i-County NursingS Home fundrlaiser evenzt recently held for the Children's Burn Cenzter. Holding
the check are Faye Hurst, Tri-County Nurrsing Home Administrator and Walt Rode, Suwannlee Rwver
Shrinze Clulb Presidenzt. In back, left to right are Margl~o Chancey, TCNH Director of Nursing; Mrs.
:Coralenze Rode; Dor~othy Cuesta, Shrline Facilities Manzager. and Jack Ellis, Shrinze Club Treasurer.


Ne wton will r un for clerk of court


in Gilchrist County. Chickering was
transported to Shands Hospital at the
University of Florida. FHP reports
charges in this accident are pending
'a final investigation.


the rider onto the roadway, reported
Trooper W. H. Sheheane of the Flori-
da Highway Patrol.
Randell Chickering, 18, of Trenton
was seriously ipjured when he was


thrown from the moving cart. This
accident happened March 1 at 6 p.m.
as the two guys were riding the 2010
Murray Outrage go-cart. The accident
occurred at 10800 SE 25th Avenue


A teenage boy was driving a go-
cart north on SE 25th Avenue and a
Trenton man was standing on the rear
of the cart as a passenger when a turn
to the right into a driveway threw


The; Bell Bulldogs will take the
field this fall under the leadership of
a new football coach, Adam Gore.
"I'm -really excited to be a Bull-
dog!" Gore said.
A Chiefland native, Gore has
worked as an assistant .coach at
Chiefland High School for four~ years
and worked under Coach Brent Wilk-
erson at Dixie County High School
'for two years.
According to Bell High School
Principal Rick Reed, Gore was the
unanimous selection of a committee
made up of Rick Reed, Lisa Barry,
Bruce Thomas, Rick Carnley and
Mitch Harrell.
"We're very excited to have Adam
Gore as the new football coach at
Bell High School and I think he's
very excited," Reed said. "WeV hope
Adam will bring. a winning mindset
to the football program."
The change ip leadership comes
after long-time coach Roy Harden
'~announced plans to leave Bell for
a position as Branford High School
head football coach.
Adam Gore was selected from a
pool of seven applicants`for the posi-
tion. This job marks his first time as a
head football coach. .



SRWMD








By Johni M. Ayers
Suwanneei River Water Manage-
merit District officials gave a presen-
tation on the North Florida Regional
Waiter Supply Partnership on Mon-
day. .
~Charlie Houder, assistant execu-
.tive director of Suvjannee River Wa-
ter Management District and Melanie
Roberts, director of missions support
spoke before the Gilchrist County
Commission. ..
Houder and Roberts told the com
missioners and a large group of citi-
zens at'the meeting .that all future
water plans for North Central Flo~rida
will be made by a combined group
.representing both the Suwane'e River
Water Management District and the
St Johns -River Water Management
District. he individuals who make
up the group will come from local
government boards, environmentM
groups and additional public agen-
cies. The stakeholder committee will
receive requests for appointments to
.the Advis~ory committee and both dis-
trict boards, as well~as the Department
of Environmental Protection will as-
sign individuals to the positions.
Rbberts explained that water in
general and the sharing of our' most
precious resource will be an issue for
many years to come.
The components of the' partnership
gmtl i le an a seom nt thtw
ihtfo understanding with the district
governing boards. Together they will
assist in developing regional water
models for both North Florida dis-
tricts. According to the officials, the


Adam' Gore


Best Drugs employees Lenore Pevey and Theresai Gentry show o~ff a large display of quilts already hanging inside the local pharmacy.






Submitted shop closed, Cotella got into quilting the many innovative challenges she by and see these great works: of art
Make plans now to be in' down- ..~ and did she ever take':off!- Co- created for her beloved Charm Quil- during the Quilt Festiv~al or better yet,
town Trenton on Satuday for the Su- tella becanie known fdi her original ters Group. Reproduction Civil War visit thee local businesses and pre-
wannee ~V~ileyi Quilt and Old Time d~esignsi- her Lise of vibrant! colors, quilts will be displayeT isside th A view their quilt displays now before~
trf etva.hrna erfrep craftsmanship, and Gilchrist County! Journal. So, come the crowds arrive!


Many local businesses have already
set up disphtys of beautiful quilts and
wall hangings inside their buildings.
Trenton Floral is featuring quilts and
wall .hangings made by Marcella
Bamford of the Fowlers Bluff Quilt
Group. Marcella's creations highlight
gardens and flowers with the addition
of her special appliqued frogs, but-
terflies and bugs ... all hand quilted.
They are perfect in Tewell's Flower
Shop.
The Joyful Hearts and Beachville
Belles have provided liest Drugs
with a wonderful array of quilts and
wail hanging's. Theresa and Lenore
have done a terrific job of displaying
these treasures, plus some of their
own clever creations.
The Suwannee Valley Quilt Shoppe
is displaying a collection of very col-
orful quilts and wall hangings made
by Cotella Bevis. Cotella had a cross
stitch shop in Gainesville called the
"Crafty Owl" before she opehed the
cross stitch operation in 1980 inside
Stephanie's first shop, the Cathedral
Window Quilt Shoppe. After thait


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committee will also create consis-
tency and coordination in re-estab-
lishing miniinum flows and levels
for the entire~ area. The group will
collect and share data in developing
a regional water supply plan for all of
Noi-th Florida-
Houder' invited everyone' gath-
ered to be involved in this big step
in providing water resources for our
future
"The water mallageinent districts
have a responsibility to establish
plans for.ethe future of our water,"
Houder said. "~We want everyone to
be involved." .
Commission Chairman Tommy
Lah~gford invited the public to ask
questions of the W~ater Management
District staff.
Rhonda Tompkins of 4929 SE CR
232 asked the Commission if the
slate is now clean jlnd the options for
Continued to page 10 .,


My. name is Barbara Merritt and
I am announcing my candidacy for
Tax Collector of Gilchrist County.
I am currently employed with this
ox ie ndehah( lmor than xpeyea s
ence, and thk fact that I am a certi-
fied Florida tax collector assistant at
present, makes me the most qualified
candidate for this position.
I believe that our job is to serve -the
public to the very best of our ability
sihacc rte,i efici n, ands core
State of Florida. The Tax Collector
has multiple duties and responsibili-
ties. This person serves not only on
a local level, but is held accountable
by many branches of the State of
Florida. The Department of Highway
Safety and Mdtor Services, Depart
ment of Revenue and Florida Game
and Fish Commission are three of
those branches we deal with on a
daily basis.
During my years with the Tax
Collector's office, I have seen many
changes. I feel our office has certain-
ly kept up with the technology tieces-
sary to deal with these changes and,
if elected, the staff and I will continue
to do so.
With the support and encourage-
ment of my husband, Larry, and my
two children, Scott (Amie) and. Jen-
.nifer (Lyle), five very active gritnd-


March 8, 2012


Dear Gilchrist County Voters .
My name is Todd Newton and I am
seeking the position of Clerk of the
Circuit Court. I am a lifetime resi-
dent of Gilchrist County. Gilchrist
has always been the place I love and
I am proud to call my home. My love
for Gilchrist is the reason I have de-
cided to rtm for Clerk of Court. I am
not a politician, but I have the qualifi-
cations and expertise to successfully
manage the Clerk's Office for many
years to come. I believe you will find


that I have the education, the expe-
rience and the integrity to provide a
friendly, professional, innovative and
customer service driven office.
I am 38 years old and have been
married for almost 19 years to Mariam
Sheppard Newton. God has blessed
us with two children. Annah is Y0
years old and attends Trenton Middle
School. Will is 4 years old and at-
tends Trenton Elementary. I am the
son of LaVoy and Gerry Newton. My
father retired from Cross City Cor-
rectional and my mother is a retired
teacher from Trenton Elementary. I
graduated from Trenton High School
and have a Bachelors of Science De-
gree in Food and Resource Econom-
ics froml the University of Florida.
While in college, I was a speaker on
Continued to page l0


Bar~bara Merr~itt


children, and many friends, I do hope
to' continue serving you as ~your new
"'hands on" tax collector-
I am looking forward to seeing
Inany of you in the months ahead.


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2012 Candidates

for local office

School Board-District 2 (NP)
Robert B. Clemons
Lana Cherie Hastings
School Board-District 3 (NP)
Michelle Walker-Crawford
School Board-District 4 (NP)
Julie C. Thomas
Superintendent of Schools
Robert G. Rankin (R)
Ronda Adkins (D)
Emory Philmari (D)
County Coni~missioner-Dist. 1
Sharon Akins Langford (D)
Rosemary McDaniel (NPA)
County Commissioner-Dist. 3'
Jam'es A.( ITep f d (R)
Wliam (m ofr R
Todd Gray (R)~d ~ thNa

County Commnissioner-Dist. 4.
190 candidates yet
County Comn~issioner-Dist. 5
Kenrick D;. Thomars (R)
County Juidge (NP)
David Miller (Duk~e) Lang.
Sheree H. Lancaster

Sh nard Knuckles (R)
Robert (Bobby) Schultz m (D)

Cl rk sfC rut ort
SSusan P. Owens (D)
Verna M~a dEady Wilsop (D)
Randy Dien (R)
Crystal Thornton Jones' (R) :
Todd Newton (R) '
STrace)r Downing Wilkerson(D)
Property; Appraiser .
Damonn t. L~eggett .(D)
Tommy Loa gford (R).
Mlitchell Gen~try (R)
SBarbara Mernit (D)
Su~peri of Elins

S~land W ee Cns ra n~

Sorl a ecr Cnevtoj
District 5-No candidates yet



Re corde d


mar rages
Zenaido Salas-Velazquez,
10/11/19'82, and Irlanda Sanchez-
Velazquiez, 9/3/1978, bbth of Ala-
chua, were married on 2/11/2012 ini
.Newberry by Miguel X. Pinell, Pas-
tor.
JustinVaughn Sheffield, 10/3/1993,
and Brittany Ashton Brooks,
5/8/1991, both of High Springs, were
married on 2/25/2012` in Alachua by
Rev. William Ryner.


ParSon named

tO 1-ROHOr Roll

Chelsea Renae Paxson of Trenton
along with rqore than 4,400 under-
Kradsua e stdnts toe oUhIeset o

foSthe is allas orein Evronmental

Ste made the Honor Roll for the
SCollege of L~iberal Arts and Scienc-


Library will be' brTr edl be loCe n n Thuh cd
CIOSed Thursday nac 8o elmrgdencyrera ir .
from 9 a~m. to 6 p i.




Date Hig~h I Low I Higrh; Low High
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Mar 8, 1.2 ,1:32 AM 8:~11 AM 1:58 PFM 18:27 PM
.Fri 3.276:ft 0.090 ft. 3.282 ft; -0.45ft
Mar 9, 12 :18- M8:46 AM 12:27 PM 19: 10 PM
Sat 3136 f. 0.69 ft 3.40 ft.-0.50f.
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Mon 2601ft 0.6 t .445 ft. 1-0.421 f.
Mar 12, 12 4:44;AMl 10:33-AM 4:09 PM 111:33 PM
Tue 12~.276jft. ~ 1.062 ft. 13.324f.
Mar 13, 12 15:43 AM 11:12 AM 4:53 PM
We 0.190 ft. 2.001 f.1.337 ft .113 f.
Mar 14, 12 12:34 AM 6:58 AM 12:02 PM 5:48 PM
FlMoon: 3/8 :4:41 AM Prigee: 3/10. 5:00 AM
Last Quarter: 3/14 8:26 PM


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i ,Brantley Angus Ljangford as.;-
Brantley Angus Langford was born on January 23, 2012, at North Floridaj
Regional Medical Center. Ite weighed 7 pounds, 10 ounces, and was 19 M;
inches long.
His blessed parents are Henry arid Cheri Langford of Trenton and proud,
sisters Danyal and Harley Langford.


American Legion Post 91 will meet
American Legion Post 91 is~on. the 1 euben Rothschild the American
gliove. Please join us at our monthly Legion and Scouting Square Knot:
membership meeting on March 15. Award. Mr. Rothschild is the Post 911
Dinner will b se ved at5 30 pm. B~oy eScu Charter Organizationalj

Ame me4thismeig r diBtb StS For Go sedL CouteT,
lain, will be presenting Legionnaire Commanderi


Meridian


offers help

By Carrie A. Mizell
Help for people suffering with
mental illness or strtigglmng with sub~
stance abuse is available in Trenton.
From their in-patient enisis stabili-
zation unit to out-patient counseling,
Meridian Behavioral Healthcare can
help individuals get the support they
need. A private, not-for-profit orga~
nization, Menidian serves residents
of Gilchrist, .Dixie, Columbia, Levy,
Hamilton, Alachua, Suwannee, Brad~
ford, Lafayette, Union, and Putnam
count reality is that everyone ei-
ther has someone in their family, or
knows someone with a mental illness
or a substance ablise problem," said
Mark Johnson, director of marketing
for M'eridian. "Everyone is. touched
in some way,,
Johnson told Trenton Rotarians
last week that statistics show 20 mil-
lion Americans struggle daily with
depression. He also pointed out that
some o'f the nation's strongest !lead-
ers., such as Abrahlam Lincoln suf-
ferida fr d ia consider crime'
such as burglaries, related to illegal
.prescription drug addiction as a rising
problem throughout North Florida.
"We are seeing a more rapid in-
crease in substance abuse in rural ar-
eas than in the cities we serve," John-
son~ explained.
Of the 25,000 people Meridian
served in 2011, 534 adults and chil-
dren are residents of Gilchrist Coun-
ty. Locally, Meridian has an office
in Trenton, which is located at 728
Northeast 7th Street. Every Monday
armw k:3a.m.ato e2:3 p~.yd


vices, Johnson said.
M meridian staff also works with
children who are victims of sexual
abuse and individuals struggling with
domestic violence.
Individuals who ,are considered a
threat to themselves are often sent
to one of Meridian's two crisis sta-
bilization units in either Gainesville
or Lake City. According to Johnson,
individuals served at the crisis stabi-
lization unit have ranged in age from
3 to 87. *
As a private, not-for-profit organi-
zation, Meridian has three sources of
Funding, Medicaid, state funding and
matching funds from local counties.
Johnson indicated that the Florida
Senate is now considering cutting 30
percent of funds for mental health>
which. would drastically affect the
organization's budget.
"~We have had to start talking about
cutting services, or putting people on
a wait list to receive services," John-
son said. "Because of worries over
the nutinber of uninsured we treat and

Ipodl n a atng ist jst wati g
to see a psychiatrist."
Local residents can help Meridian
provide services to the community
1) donating jsou ials for children t

theF more information on Meridia
Behavioral Healthcare, call 1-800-
330-5615 or visit the website: www.



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Tommy Langford, chairman of the
Gilchrist County Board of County
Commissioners, is -ready to fight for
local water rights.
Langford represents Gilchnist
County, amongst a worlong group
of et ctednofficials frhom through eud
under an inter-local agree ent as
Florida Leaders Organized for War~ter
(FLOW).
The working group came about af
ter a heated November 2011 meeting
called by officials from Columbia,
Hamilton and Suwannee counties.
Over 500 people from throughout
north Florida attended the Lake City
me tnig to exprress one ns over the
District' sa royal ofa waterE pr i

Authority (JEA) to withdraw 155
naillion gallons of water a day from
the Florida Aquifer.
."There are a lot of people con-
cetned about this," Langford said.
"People don't feel like the Suwannee
River Water Management District
has managed our water properly; I


think it appears there are definitely
some problems."
tagor sidntal u moes down
their water, considering it is the most
precious commodity.
"FLOW is going to keep up with is-
sues related to our water and see how
we can address them," Langford said-
"'We have to keep something like this
[JEA's permitted withdrawal] from
happening again,
FLOW meets on the second Mon-
day of each month irk Lake City.


Pi"r"in' """eoig And Coloring


[Question submitted] "Is it a sin to change your outside
appearance by piercings and coloring h~air? The world
we live, in today looks very different than the world we
lived in just a few years ago literally. It seems to be
more and more people are paintiilg, piercing and
plastering their bodies from head to toe in a most unusual
manner. Colors of hair will range from one end~ of the
rainbow to the other and in just about any fashion known
to man. Tattooing is a multimillion dollar business along
with body piercing parlors filling city streets,
Does the Bible define any of these actions as sinful? First
we must remember what defines sin. Paul said, "Ixwould
not have known sin except throcghi the law. For I would
not have known covetoursness unless the~ law had said,
'You shall not. covet"' (Romans 7:7). The writer John
explained sin as the one who "commlits sin also conunits
lawlessnress, and sin is lawlessness" (1 John 3:4). God the
Father is the one who wrote the law and if God says that
changing apearan~ce by piercing and coloring is sin then

The Bible does have passages that speak of body piercing
and tattobs. In the 'Law of Moses it says, "You shall not
make any cuttinlgs in your flesht for the dead, nor tattoo
any marks on you: I am thre Lord ... They shall not nmke
any bald place on their heads, nor shall threy shave rthe
edges of their beards nor make any cuttinrgs in their flesh
... You are th~e children of the LORD your God; you
shall not cut yourselves nor shave th~efront of your head
for the dead" (Leviticus 19:28; 21:5; Deuteronomny 14:1).
The practice of cutting the flesh is seen in the prophets of
Baal in 1 Kings 18:28
Beyond these passages and references to other aspects of
piercing and cutting the Bible is silent. Often the passages
of Leviticus, and Deuteronomy are used to prove that
tattooing and piercing are sinful. However, this is based on
as much authority as using instruments of music in
worship or making sacrifices at the Temple which ulnder
the law of Christ there is none.
In the passage of Leviticus 19 it is also commanded "You
shall not shave around thre sides of your head, nor shall


Trenton Church of Christ
463-3793 502 Northeast 7th Street Trenton, Florida 32693
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THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 2012


GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


Page Two


So if you' have a free day Saturday
come on downtown and enjoy the
work of many talented women and
all the best that Trenton has to offer

FTCSh Mushroomn SouP
6 tablespoons butter
2 cups fresh white mushrooms, finely
chopped .
1/4 cup green onions, chopped
1/4 cup all-purpose flour
1/4 teaspopri dry mustard
salt and pepper to taste
2 cups cike hrth
Melt butter in sauce pan. Add
mushrooms and. saute until tender.
Add. the onions and cook until they
turn clear. Add flour, dry mustard,
salt and pepper. Cook, stirring for
three to five minutes longer over me-
dium heat until the flour turns golden
brown. Add chicken broth and cook,
. stirring constantly until- thickened.
Stir or whisk in half and half. Cook
for a little while longer over medium
heat until the soup b~egmns to thick~en.
Serves' 6



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Happy Birthday wishes to Ed
Langford, Brittay Keeling, McCpy
Hilliard, T.J. Rose, Trevor Bass, Joy
Morris Schultz, and Pain Parrott on
March 8; Lynn Jordan, Richard Dick-
erson, Veta Washington Spralding,
Jordan Hagai1, Sara H~iber, Andrew
Davis, Samantha Davis, Brent Wilk-
erson, Raymond Jordan, Dorothy
Pearson, Me~lissa Martin, and Terry
Boyd on March 9; Grant Dasher, Jean
Koltz, and Allen. Martin on March
10; Marie Hayden, Jewell Lee, Renee
Sumniers, Dan Graves, Joyce Sutton
and Bessie Bell.on March 11; Briana
McDaniels, Daniel Barnes, Alyssa
Mathis, and Benjamin O'Donnell
ii:unlYfa ph':: 2;s David Hunt, Deone
B~bow~, and Cind! Wigginls on March
13; Renae Layfield, Danielle Wither-
spoon, Houston McKenzie and Win-
ston' Moore on March 14.
.Happy Anniversary wishes ~to
Lloyd and Mercedes Flores, and John
and Barbara Rowe on March 10; Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Peterson, and Bill and
Rut Howitud on -Marc a2; M. al

and Mr. and Mrs. David Sholtes on
March 14.


Quilters from near and far are ex-
pected to visit downtown Trent~on
on Saturday for the annual Suwan-
nee Valley Quilt and Craft Festival. I
know for many people this is just an-
other festival, but to those of us with
a heart for quilting this festival offers
a wioilderful source of inspiration.
Ms. Ann Ferguson our local an-
tiques dealer has lined uip Gilchrist
County's version of the Antique Road
Show on Friday afternoon beginning
at 5:30 p.m. at the Trenton Depot. A
group of ppmaisers will be on hand to

Members of the Gilchrist County
Woman's Club will be selling sand-
wiches Friday evening at the Depot
as a fundraiser this year. These tal-
ented women work tirelessly each
year to provide scholarships for our
youth. .
The Antique Show is always ~inter-
esting so don't miss it or the antique
venders who usuallySert up. early on
Friday evening.
Beautiful quilts hangiiig every-
where is enough to excite anyone who

sewilg Th ee at ndj~g e ~ti\ .
:"3 SaudrywH ihave an opportni y
some new quilting techniques from
several ladies whb, will hold free
demos throughout the day.
Many of the craft venders have
sewmng related items for sale as well
as a wide variety of other other won-
derful craft items. Several area civic
groups will be selling food through-
out the festival near the De~pot.
For months the :ladies of the
Springhouse Quilters Gitild have
been working on a number of hand-
made gift items to sell at this year's
Quilt Show. The group has been go-
ing strong since 1992 and have over
100 members at this time. The mem-
bership includes some really talented
ladies from not only Gilchrist County
b~ut Levy and Dixte too~ The\ would l
like to invite those'alid'ilndm the~ uilil
festival to be sure and stop in at the
old cafe' building located next door
to the Gilchrist County Journal office
and see what they have made. '
The Gilchrist Coun~ty~ Chambier~ of
Commerce, as well as' the festival
committee 'have -been planning this
ev it frm nnh tih te hel pd
helps out in numerous ways each and
every year.


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her 104t itr ay

The partners ard families of Ayers Health and Rehabilitation Center
would like to honor one of our very special residents, Mrs. Ruth Page:
Ruth turned 104 years youtrig on February 13, 2012. She is well loved
by all, and is a pleasure to sit and reminisce with for hours. We arel
truly blessed to call her one of our own, and hope to share many more:
birthday with sweet Mrs. Ruth.



Baby Laigford


you disfigurre thte edges of your beard" (Leviticus 19:27).
Do we sin when we get a close haircut or trim our.beards?
Th~e above mentioned laws pertained to the nation of Israel
alone~and viere abolished under the law of Christ. Beyond
those few references nothing is said in Scripture that
tattooing, piercing or coloring the hair is a sin.
The Christian does live' to a different standard than the
world. Many of the attributes of the world have fotmd
place among Christians. We are to be separate from the
world'in every way and not to be "yoked together" with
the practices of the worldly and fleshly nature (2
Cormnthians 6:1'1-7:1). Will tattooing, piercing and coloring
the hair seventy shades of pink and purple glorify God or
Christ? Painting a picture of Jesus on your arm or leg is not
where He wants to be He wants your heart!
Peter's admonition to women in 1 Peter 3 is not about the
lack of clothing but the attention women seek to bring to
themselves by their jewelry, make-up, clothing, hair styles
adhseunch 1h ti ei tt attention women seek tahbrin
of God is not the outward adorning but the "hriddlen person
of thre hreart, with thre intcorrurptible ornamrent of a gentle
and quiet spirit, whrichr is very precious id' thre sight of
God" (1 Peter 3:3-4).
If you want to pierce something, pierce the heart (Acts
2:27; Romans 6:17). Tattoo the love of God in your mind
(Romans 12:2). Our physical bodies are the temple of God
and should be glorified for that purpose not the
glorification of the world. "Or do you ntot know thant your
body is thre temple of the Holy Spirit whoe is inr youe, whrom
you have fromt God, arnd you are not your own?' For you
wuere bought at a price; therefore glorify God inl your
body and in your spirit, which are God's" (1 Corinthians
6:19-20). "I beseechr youe therefore, brethren, by, thre
mrercies of God, thant your present your bodies a living
sacrifice, htoly, acceptable to God, whlichr is your
r~easornable service; And do not be contforrmed to thris
wuorldl, but be tranrsformred by thre renew(ingi of yourr mirnd,
thant you nmy prove whant is thant good andrnacceptable andr
perfect wcill of God" (Romans 12: 1 -2).






THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 2012 GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL; -


BES student donates to oLoc of Love ~


Page Three


My name is Crystal Jones. I am a
Republican candidate for the Gilchrist
'Cou~nty Clerk of Court. I have been 4
married to Grady Jones Jr. for 10 years,
together we have two children. I am a
native and part ofthe future generation of
Gilchrist Counity. I am a graduate of Bell
High School and Santa.Fe College with
~my AA~ and AS degree. ;All with honors. I believe in
conservative C~hristian values'. I believe in small government
and being self supportive. Below are some motives that have
inspired me to run for this. office:
1. ~The future of Gilchrist Coi~mty: I want to uphold the legacy
of hardwork arid- determination ~in this cou~nty.
2. The taxpayers' dollar: Our tax doflars need' to be spent:.
.wisely, effectively, efficiently, and Isparingly. -I will be a good
steward of the taxpayers' dollilr.
3. Working for the people: I consider my campaign to be an
interview with the citizens of Gilchrist County. It's so easy for
our elected officials to,fall into a rut and forget who they work
folr I will not forget who I serve and who my boss is!
4. Common Sense: T~he definition of common sense is sound
and prudent judgment based on a situation or facts. We need to
imply more common sense back into our decision making.
5. Leadership: I will uIphold the standard of leadership and
provide accomp.Ilishment to adl aspects of the clerk's office. I will
work tirelessly ~to ensure and manage ~a budget ~that will be
beneficial to the employees and,taxpayers of Gilchrist County.
I will stand firm on iny integrity' no matter which way the wind
blows. If you're looking for someone that iSnot a politician~ and '
knows the value of~not onlyr HARD~ work, but SMART work in .
office.. Then I respectively ask for jrour support as I step up anid
for-ward: with mhy very first political campaign.
Thank You,
Cr stal ~Thornton Jones
Political advertisement paid and approved by Crystal Thornton Jones, Republican, for Clerk of Court ;--


The $VL Basketball 8 and under Ceritral Divisipn 2012 Champs
? 2la ed on Saturda~i M/arch 3, 2012. They won the first game 10-9
.beating Bronson and the second game -19-6 beating ~Newberry. On
top i~ow left to right are Coac~h Cynthia Mitchell, Brian Karanja, yl2e
Pollock, Logan Laizeau, and Coach BeckyiPollock. .On bottom: roto
left to right are Briar Mitchell, Gabe Mitch'ell, Jash Lawson, and Luke
Deen.,

Free ve get able g arden workshop


breakfast.





SG'ILCHRIST' COUNTY




BOOSTERS

Dear Fair Booster,
SAs you know, this year's Suwannee River Fair and Livestock Show is just a couple
of days aivay. We are again ~orking to raise fhnds to help buy animals that our FFA
an'd 4-H members will show in..this year's fair. Ourr inain goal is to help :establish' a
minimum \sale pnrce so the youth of our county are all supported equally. We also
'support the. FFA Chapter~s and 4-H Clubs of Gilchrist County by trying to purchase
their animals. With your gracious help, last year we were able~to raise approximately
$25,000 with which we bought 40 animals. TIhe children that !benefited from the
gracious donations all left this.experience with huge smiles on their faces.
~:Many of you mailed yiour check< to us last year which greatly helped the fund rais-
ing process. .We would sincerely7 appreciate it if you would again mail your check to
934.East Wade Street, Trentoryj FL 32693. Please give Terry Parr~ish.B call at (229)-
921-7803 or call Brad Smith at (3 52)221-5256 if you have questions or if you would
like to personally help with this project.
Again, we really- appreciate your help. and look forward to your participation this
year.
Sincerely,
Telfy Parrish, Julie Thomas, Brad Smith, Scott Akins, Darrell 'Smith

PLEASE CUT THE BOTTOM PORTION AND
MAIL BACK WITH YOUR DONATION
~~ ,
I 9 E sto se Street .
Trenton, FL 32693
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40%OFai;t Ig f w r & card's



75% 0 FF original prce clearance



Hours Mon.F 9 a~m 3 p.opm., s~at. a~ 3.p~m.




) ~March 1 0, 20 12
.a ar m-4pm
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IdTime Craf F es iva

In Celebration of National Quilt IVonth

? .~p~ ca ~C e l e b r ata e A m e r i c a s q u i l t i n g
e...y) @ heritage with hundreds of
'';- 4~uilts & handmade crafts
d'k~ displayed in a wide variety of
tt. historic buildings centered
around Trenton's turn of the
century railroad depot &
unique downtown.
Also featuring,.
Antiques & Antique Cars, Music, Clogging, Demonstrations of
quilting, spinning, bed-turning and handmade crafts.

Fr diay Niightg AkJntique PAppraisal Show

MtlarchI at 5:30pm

"'" The Trenton Depot 7:30pm
Appraisals $2.00 per Item
Sponsored by: Gilchrist County Chamber of Commerce,
SThe Suwannee Valley Quilt Shoppe and The City of Trenton,
Contact: Stephanie Metts 352-463-3842 or Kyle Stone 352-463-3467
smetts@atlantic.net or chamber@gilchristcounty.com


Submitted
Bell Elementary School student
Hiaylee Johnson recently donated her
hair to "Locks of Love." A second
grade student at BES, Haylee got the
idea from her older sister Katie, who
donated 16 inches of her hair. .
A Anon-profit organization, Locks of
Love, provides hairpieces to children
in need in the.United States and Can-
ada who are suffering from long-term
hair loss. Most of the children helped
by Locks of Love have lost their hair
due to a medical condition called
alopecia areata, which has nlo known
cause or cure. According to the Locks
of Love website, the hairpieces help
restore self-esteem and confidei~ce in
children, enabling then to face~the
world and their peers.
"We were very, proud of Haylee's
willingness to donate to such a worth
cause," ~said Sherry Lmidsey, princi-
pal at B;ES.


rs7
Haylee Johnson- A~Fter


Haylee Johnson-Before


4 Pets Sake benefit
breakfast


Submitted
4 Pets Sake is having, a benefit
breakfast on Saturday, March 10, at
Bell Community Center from 7:30
a.m.-11 a:m. Don't forget the yard
e~la Clheck it out when you have


the basics of efficient and rewarding
~vegetable gardening including meth-
ods` for pest and disease control.
This free workshop (indoor/out-
'door event)~ is open. to the public.
Many questions and proven tips will
be covered in the workshop. Please
come and bring a friend.
Contact Barbara @ 486-5131' or
ernail savemygarden@gmnail.com
with questions.


Renee d


Submitted '
The University of Florida/Institute
for Food and Agricultural' Services,
Levy County Extension Offi~ce in
Bronson, 625 North Hathaway Av-
enue, has all the answers about veg-
etable gardens for you.
On Saturday, March 10, at 9 a.m.
until noon,. Agriculture Extension
Agent Anthony Drew will teach nov-
ice and experienced gardeners alike


AAcRP Safe
DriVing Course
Subnutted -
Florida is a inab~dated State and any
insurance company doizig business in
Florida must give a discount to those
completing an AARP Safe Driving
iCourse. Open to all 50 and older:
Contact your. agent for discount
amounts.` Update yourself to earp
a discount and learn about newly
enacted, motor vehicle and traffic
laws. Course fee is $12 for AARP
members and $14 all others. Call the
Linda Cochran at 352-493-1742 to
register. *
*. March 13, at United Methodist
Church in Old Town at 9:00 a.m.,
.* April 11, at Bronson Road Baptist
Church in Bronson at 9:00 a.m.,
'*. April 19, at Cross City Rehab
& ~tHealth Care, 583 NE 351 Hwy, in
Crs C ,yat 9:00 i.m. .` ~


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SYOIIII Name


Amount ofDonation (circle one)


$100 Bronze Booster
$250 Silver Booster
$500 G'oldBooster
$1000 and up Platinum Super Booster
Other


Ronnie Smith

Scott Akiins
352-463-6859


I II .


Terry Parrish
229-921-7803
Darrell Smith
352-222-8513 '


Brad Smith
352-221-5256
Julie Thomas
352-494-8070


Evening, of

Bluegrass
~Two years ago, Big Cypress Blue-
grass Band approached the Dixie
County Historical Society and pro-
posed the idea of a free evening of
Bluegrass niusic in order to promote
Bluegrass and also to give back to the
community for supporting us through
the years.
The Historical Society was very
gracious in allowing us the chance' to
show what we,could do if given the
chance,
We~ are so honored to be'partnered
with them to provide this entertain-
ment to all who love traditional blue-
grass/bluegrass gospel music.
We play on the first Satu~rday of
.every, month and also bring in; a re-
gional band from the north Flonda/
south Georgia area to be with us. The
event has grown to the point that we
are usually filled -to capacity on most
evemings.
The show starts at 6 p.m. and runs
until 9 p.m. There is no charge for the
'entertainment and the Historical So-
ciety has hot dogs, chili, and drinks
for refresignent.
Eric Daniels
SBig Cypress Bluegrass Band

F.A.I.T.H.H. van
Siibmitted
The F.A.I.T.H.H.. 1 mobile Food
Pantry will be in Bell at the Club-
house behind City Hall on March 15,
2012, 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.


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Dvelopmental


Screenin~l
For young children turning 3 and 4 years old residjing in Gilchrist County

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Marc 27 AprilP 9. ~$, gad

May 15

Treno~n E temetary chool


Ashley Biddle serves as a page
in FlOrida Legislature


Bell FFA Alumndi
meeting
Submitted
'A Bell FEA Alumni meeting wrill
be next Monday, March 12, at Akins
at p.m
Please come out and support the
Alumni ivhile we discuss last month's
celebration of National FFA Week
and this month's Suwannee River
.Fair activities.
Hope to see you there.

Dinner reuni-on for
THS Class of 1977
19e sTrnto Hiagh chroro ass of
April 20 at the home of Pat (Cribbs)
Watson and Donnie Watson.
~You can contact Pat at .pwat
soni770@aol.com or 386-454-3017
or Dee Dee at deedeebenson@bell
south.net or 352-463-3607. Hope that
we have a great turflout. We'i~e look-
ing forward to seeing old friends.


Bell Elementary
(352) ~463-3275


-2 -


..! 3


Vegetalble P9lants
Azaleas

Fruit Trees

Roses





Frankle's


Pr d c





**Planrts







Located in downtown Bell

near Lafayette State Bank.


THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 2012


GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


Pa e Four


area. Attic inventories include new
and gently used furniture, brand-
name clothing, electronics, books,
housewares, antiques, jewelry, toys
and much mor6.
Haven is the only hospice with
an inpatient care center located in
Chiefland. that serves patients and
families in Levy, Gilchrist and Dixie
'counties.


Submitted
Whenever Haven Hospice opens a
new Attic resale store in a communi-
ty, it is cause to celebrate. The grand
opening of the new C~hiefland Attic,
scheduled, for March 10, will be no
exception.
The fourth Haven Hospice Attic
Resale Store will bring a great, new
shopping venue to the Chiefland


Submitted
Alyssa Hodge, a senior from Bell
High School, recently participated in
three livestock fat steer shows across
the country. The fat steer that~ Alyssa
purchased, who went by the name of .
"Black Bling" came from Mr. Larry
Lindsey, owner of.Lindsey Cattle
Company of Gilchrist County.
Thre first show that took place was
The North American International


Alyssa Hodge on far right holding bridle of her steer, "Black Bling."


for their help. A special thank you to
her parents for their continued sup-
port -and all her grandparents who
attended the shows and showed their
support.


Livestock Expo. This was in Novem-
ber in Louisville, K~entucky. .At the
expo "BlackZBling" and Alyssa~stood
second in their class which consisted
of eight other fat steers in her group.
In January, Alyssa and "Black
"o'"ilorheaadFead Sttoer' nunw ,4 ti
iiv:sockshop nthey took Reeserve
end sHe also participated in the Open
2 The World Show. This show has fht


steers and thqir exhibitors come from
all over the world to participate.
Aljssa would like to-thank Lar-ry
for all his help in the prepaiation of
the shows as well as the two fitters


State R ~retse~~nt'a te Elizabteth Porter anrd A4shley Biddl~le
Submitted
Last weekl Trenton Middle/High School student Ashley Biddle had the
opportunity to- serve as a page in the Flonida House of Representativzs.
Ashley was3 sponsored b! Re~presentatj\-e Ehizabeth Porter. During the
week. she w~orked inside the House Chamber. running errandsj and car-
rying messages to the Representatives while they debated and wated on
bills. It was very educational as she was able to watch how the lceislative
DrOCESj WOrlij.


Grand Opening
I-IAVEN HlOSPICE ATTIC RESALE STORE

The Attic opens on March 10. It's full of great buys oan electronics, appliances, clothes,
furniture and more! Come. Explore. See what's in it for you at our upscale resale store.
Saturday, March 10
Store open from 9 A.M.-6 P.M., Mon-Sat.
Activities from 10 A.M.-2 P.M.

Hot dogs, soft drinks, bounce house and more
Special guest: Storm Roberts from WKTK

Haven Hospice Attic | 352-493-2573 1 12 Rodgers Boulevard, Chiefland, Florida 32626


AjySsa Hodge participates in cow shows


Trenton Elementary
(352) 463-3224


March 23 & 24






,IV~U II ~ .1~1 V)Y


from this man of God.
If you have any questions you
may contact our Pastor, Rev. Jimmy
.Corbin at the church office at 386-
935-3575. Mt. Nebo~is located three.
iniles north of Bell at 4200 NW High-
way 340. We are looking forward to
seeing you.


Pr~ay Then Play
.Football Sign-ups
Spring Ridge First Church of God
will hold sign-ups for co-ed football
Pray The~n Play. Open to youth, ages
4 to 17. Sign-ttps wilil be Suniday,
March 11 at 3 p.rn.
The church is located on County,
Road 340 liext to. the fire station.
,Please call' (386) 454-36i00 for more
information.

lO~ss Oaks 4-H


Subnutted
Mossy Oaks 4-H1 Club would like
to thank everyone who took the time.
t to et teir ar ubshhd sn th
who just -stopped to give donations.
rellasosy Oso4-H Club.

Does your church have
Ian event coming up?
If sol, stib~mit an article to the
Gilchrisf County Journail and let
the commu~~latifykowabout it.


NOTICE
The Gilchrist Couinty ~State Housing Initiative Partnership' (SHIP)
Program wilJ hold a SHIP educational course at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday
:~March 8, 2012, in the Gilchrist County Comnmissioners': Buildi ng at 1 0
South Main Street, Trefiton, Florida. The. class is free and open to the
public.
Anyone applying ,for a SHIP loan as requiredi to attend a SHIP
.-.class. If you haveaniy questions, please call the SHIP Irogram office at
352-463-4021.
ChaLrlotte Pedersen
Program 'Administrator
Pub. March 8, 2012

NOTICE OF MEETING
PLEASE. TAK~E .NOT"ICE that the. Gilchrist County SHIP Loa~n
Review' Ciommitftee will hold a regular meeting on Thurs~day,-March 8,
2012, at 3:30 pain, in the Gilchrist County Commissioners' 13uilding at
210 SouthlVjIain Street, Tfenton, Florida. .
PLEASE BE ADV IS ED r hat i f person decides to appeal any decision ~
made at such meeting or hearings, he will need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the. proceedings is made, whickr record includes the testimony ~
and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
Charlotte Pe~dersen
SProgramAdministrator
Pu~b. March 8, 2012



';T renton. Florida 32693


Dr regl~o~glsSenior pastor
Pastr~ikey'.(ttiAssoc. Pastor/Yo'uth
BAPT IST CH UltC i. pjjtor Erni.muel l Hairl Edcatr~io~cn Choiicir-n
evlrne GoD AND~ LOV'ING PEOPLE P a oiirj ljared O~iuglaSi Gqlegiate/Mis~sions

Sunday Schoo l..i.:.~......:...:.;.1.. :. ;i.l ......~. ..:.......... .. 9:15 a.rn
M horning Worship ....................10:30 a~m- .
SEvening i\'orhip .......... ... ........ ..... ..6: 0p m
Wednesday Night Serv~ices:
Prayer M~eeting. Youth, College & Career ............._._.. 7:00 p.m.i :
~ Nurery provided for 'all services ~






P 0, Box 429/R130 SW 700 tre
SI. Trenton, F 29
4~S~I~~Bs r(One BI ck Past Orrer Sridgs Resort)
Bro. Chrijtopher Ruggles :
Pastor '


COM/1E -JO~IN ~US AT

PRISCL~LAL _BAP~TIST

CHURCH j
"Holdinig Foprth the Word ofLife."
5509 'S..W. Countyr Road 232, Bell, Florida
(2 5 miles W~est of SR 129 Between Trenton & Bell)
Sunday School..,:....;..l................10:00'AM.
Morning Worship..............:.....'....11:00 AM
Evening Worship.....:.....................6:00 PM I
Wednesday Prayrer & You~th...:......7:00 PM/
Phone (352) 4~63-1562
Pastor: Ron Black


Gospel Meetmg -

CENTER HILI,

CHURCH~I or C-I~RIST

on 'CR-23 21

1/10 nuileEast of SR-4C7

Preachmng byl John Zetner

March 1.4 1,2, &r 13

Stindav Mondtay 'liesday

: 7:3~0 Night~ly


TI'BRioH IIit011 lilthollist Church
i 03 NE. 2nd Street
-Trenton, FL 32693.
352-463-2877
,f Sunday school for all at 9:30 a.m.
Sunday morning Worship at 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m.
Wednesday evening Bible study at 6 p.m. ~
Dale Elzleo, Pastor.

Tlu*-sel sa. weet, wueet god-st i~t 8 ~ CaQ plcel

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


WRB WELCOME YOU' TO
UrNION BAPTI'IT CH IRCH S6259 $.E. 75TH AV~iENUE NEWPBERRYB, FL 32669:



~.EV~MENING ~SWORSIP .......................0............~O 6 -PM l
WPEDNESDAY EaVENING SERVICESS.
AhDoLbT BolBLE.$TIolD, cCHnLDRENp, &~ YOT ~a~~,... 6:30 PM
I ~ ; ~8PAR:$T~OR: TRVI OODY .
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CHIURcCHl- HONE: 3as-47-as8s
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I Surnday Schrool 10 amr Surrnday Morning W~orship 11am
Sunday Eveninig WorshiP 6 pmn Wednesday Bible Study 7piri


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as March 19-21 at 7:00 p.m. Come
.Join us.
W~e aire located at 14105 NW 298th
Street in High Springs. For more in-
formation call (386) 454-2161. .


Founder's Daiy


Celebratlitg~ Dr.' Seuss' birthday are, on',back row,~ Mris) April, Ken~adee L., Ja~den R., ~Shelb~y G., Aidan
Di., Brylan G., Ms. Angel, arid on front .row, Deari K., Will N., Trey D., Ryleaz B., Ayden A;, aind M/rs.
Sheila. : '


TrentonElenientary463-3224


Bible Study 9:45 a.m.
Sunday Worship 11 a.m. & 6.p.m. ,
-Prayer & Discipleshiip Wedi. 7 p.m.
Yoj~uth~ Praise. & Worship T~Jed. 6:30 p.m....
Awana Program Wed. 5:45 p.m.
707Q S.W. CR-334A Trenton, FL~ 32693
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' 'Cell : 352-222-0896 .


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Construction, Inc.
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H pe Street to
reform
Pleasant Hill Baptist Church will
be hosting vi.gospel smng on M~arch
11, 2012, at 6 p.m:; Hope Street will
be performing.
Pleasant Hill Baptist Church is lo-
cated on CR 232 in Bell.
Come and enjoy great music and
fellowship


Mt. Horeb holding
Revival services .
The. Iuit. Horeb Baptist C~hurch
will be. having Rpevival services with
Jarines Croft on M~arc~h 12-16 at7 p.m.
Come joili us.
.Our church is located at 3449 NE
CR 340 in High: Springs.


M/t. PleaSRdt
Baptist Church
holding eviva
.Services
Submitted
Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church wcill be

';t 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 fr~m.- as~ well


celebration and
Revival services at
M~t. Nebo
On Sunday, March 11~, 2012, Mt.
.Nebo Baptist Church of Bell will b
celebrating the fouriding of the church
in 1878. The church has been faith
fully sharing the Gospel of the Lord
Jesus Christ for the~last 134 years.
We invite you to join; us as we,also
.begin oi~lrRe~vival services the same
.day. Services will begin that morning
a't 11:00 a.m. with our guest speaker
and revival preacher, Di;. John ~Sulli-
van, Executive Director of the Flor-
ida Baptist: Con~vention in Jackson-
ville. Following the morning service
there wviill be a covered dish~lacheon
;in our church dining half, and all- are
invited to stay for lunch.

through We;rdnesda!yeveniings, March

will be special music each night. by
idivihdul ned b1 A~ll Nebo's upli t
do great things as w\e hear His Wodrd


TPeRtori Elementary School Pre-K

cele rates r Seuss' Birthday
Su .F iay, Marah 2, Trenton Elementary Scliool Pre- celebrated Dr. Sitess' B'rthdj ~Pre-K st;idents wore hats,
ate.green eggs amd ham, read lots of Dr/ Seuss:stories and made lots of crafts.
.Your young child turning 3 or 4 can also participate in these fun activities. Free Pre-K dei elopmenhtal screenings
will be held March 28, April 10, and May ~16 at Bell Elementary School a`nd Mlarch 7, April1 9- 11. and Mlay 15. at
Trenton Elementary SChool. .If you are interested please call-for ~ani appointment. 'Bell Eletmennar -163-?375 or


352-463-2028


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csmpater classes.
submitted l
Flo~ridar Crow~\n Workfor~c Board
w ill be oftri~n g free computer ClaSses
in the Tre~nton othe~e. We w ill aljco
have b~asic coimpurters c~lasses for t.Er-
erlilsa7nd senio-rs. ~naldiance~d cm-
pulting curse~ \\ il be offr edOt`~ that \\ ill
co\er7 MIjc'roSOft Ho~rd. PowerI Point'
Publisher. Ourlo~ok. and Excel. E -
er\ Tue~sd31. wre w~ill featCure a~ reSume
\n rtingl and intend iew\ skills work- r
sho~p. This is a great opportun~nity to
icrate d new\ resumei or update an es-
isting one It's also an o~ppo~rtunit! to
brush up o~n s our inter\-iew skills
Thle liiro~soft Offliie c~lasses w\ill
begin o-n Ma~rch 22. Please c'ntact
Jackiie Loube~Lt~ t at 1525-163-3677. xt
109' for~ mo:re infomlrmaion or to indil-
care: your interestj in atte~nding orne- at
these fre~e c~lasses Space w ill lill up
qluicekid b, is onl a first-iromel. lirst-


C~ALENDA R OF E VENTS
Gilchrrist Countsb Suyrirrrpe r :tn st' (~~r / 1 )0-R88-9131.:!


Trernton Senior Center news


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. Saturday, March 31, 2012 at Chiefland Golf & Country Clulb


Registration begins st 8:00 a.m. Shotgun start at :8:30 a.m.


REGISTRATION :



1st Team Member Hanidicap


2nd Team Member Handicap


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GECHRIST COUNTY JOURN


THU-RSDAY, MARCH- 8, 2012


? walks while striking out 8. Kyle
Wiggins relieved Skawienski in the
7th inning, and got the lijrst two bat-
ters to ground out. Howeler, afterti
wa lking; 2 and hitting another brtter
~Stephen Smith came in to- get the lawnt
batter to ground o7ut. The Tige- pjitch-
ing held thie lIhdians~ to just. one un-
ear-ned run on the night -Offensivelyi
the Tigecrs wezre led by Clif Bryant,
Skaw~ienski, and Hilnte~r Parrisb. Par-.
rish had 4 hitr and a run. B ryant had
Shitm. Inc~ludi ng a double. 2 runs and
2' rbi, and SkiauleInskii had Z hits and
one r~un. The Tlge~rs wonu7-I1 and'im-
~pre tog rl:r1 do s Hiliaonft


Submitted by Tod~d Bryant for the. Tigers and pitched 3 2/3 in-
The Tiger baseball team traveled to nings, giving up only one hit but
Cedar Key on Feb 27 to play a dis- walked 6 with 1- strikeout,and 1 hit
trict contest against the Sharks. The batter. `Williams gave up no runs and
Sharks had a record of 1-3 but had wias relieved by Hunter Parrish. Par-
not worta district gaine. The Tigers rish came in with the bases loaded
started Darren Skawienski on the and got the batter to strike out on a
mound. Skawienski pitched 2 in- great curve ball. Parrish ~pitched 1
Sings striiking out 4. Kyle Wiggins 1/3 innings, gave up two runs on 1
followed and threw one inning strik-` hit, .1 walk, and 1 strikeout. These
ing out 1. Stephen Smith-pitched the two runs were scored because of ain
4th- inning striking -out 2. Through error. Stegihen Smith pitched the 6th
4 innings the combiri~ed Tiger ~pitch- .and 7th inniings giving up 1 run on 2
ing had a perfect game goilig. Nick hits while walking one, striking out
I Higgenbotham was the next pitcher 2 aird hitting 3 batters. Calif Bryant
for the Tigers. This was Higgenbo- .threw out 2 Eagle runners from the
thants first pitching experience since~. cathe~r position. Offenrisiely, the Ti-
Little Le~ague. After gettring; one out pers w ere led at the plate by Stephed
Higgenbothani ran into trouble and: Srnirb and Ozie Parrish. Smith was
wassrelieved by Hunter Parrishi- Par- 2 for 4 and Parrish vvras 2_for 3 wijh
rish finisbed thie 5th inning to end the r~b~is. The Tigers held on to win 5-2
. . .game. Thet Tig r hitters~ crankeird out inidfinfI~rovedd tp 5Loverall. .
15 bits against the Sharks Stephen On Friday. Miarc~h 2, the Tigers
Smith had 2 hits. Clif Bryant had 3 traveled dow n to Chielland to take on
hits Skaw~ienski had 2 bits. Hunter one of their biggest rival5. the Indi-
: Parrish had 2 hits. and Orie Parrish ~ans. The Indians are going through
,had 2hits. Skaw;iensla led all the some reb~uilding and had a record
hIrters nith 6 rbis on the night. The of 1-3 .going into the game. Dar-
) Tier ~~o 1-1 oxe id provi'hi e Skiawtlnsk sta tdl3 ainc si the
trict play. Mlonday. He went sis full innings
iOak Hall came to Trentoln o-n Tuej- against Chill~and and kept the Indian
da\ the 28th, and ga\e the ~Tigers a batters guessing. Skaw\ie~nski ga~e
solid game. Hunter W;illiams started up one' unear-ned run on 3 hats and


Bell Ellmen,ta~~ry 50~71 avl StudelitS of theL r\ Illjlmthl are ictured.L forl the 'Februaryll~l character. f7j/i; lLtrait ; "Df nc.

Tloudtlhou. Cada'~~..-\115tul. A\~ladi-L1n, Destinul Caltle, T;alebl. Irache~l; thlird role(. LaStullianl, Dakota, Re~bekahli


IEr t i;'rt t on weas abe on ge
batter w~ar Taylor Lovelace. ~fter
fo~ur balls. she w\alked to tirst base
and a nice hit 'from Emill Helton
allowed ~her to ge't to second base.
W;5hile trying to get to, third base'
Taylor Love~lac~e w\as tagged out. A
hit from another- Bell pla!er allowed ~
Em~ily Helton to score the fir-st run
of the game. W'ith the bases loaded
Reilee bloore approached the plate to
bat. She: made co~nac~t w\ith the ball
and wa~S able to, bring ? more runs in
th hidr inia ng con len endd Baele di
.ell. but after a po~p-fl1 frorb~ Taylor
Lovelace, the Tigers w\ere able to ger
three outs. The score by the top o~f the
? nd inning wa~s 7-0). Bell. The Tigers
we~re not able to do much exce~pt get
on base once W;hen Bell w\as up to
b aan. wh.\\r e'e nige i~n

play by the Tigers ende in three outs
for Bill. Trentoln quickly made con-
tact w ith the ball. but the Bell defense
was able to stop ghem in their tracks.
Jessie Sanderts was able to catc~h t o
fly balls in a row making it three outs


BELL ELE llE T ~RI



BELL HIIGH SCHOOL



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fEr her To~rs rt the t(C' the 4th
lead. Wlith the Tigoers up to the bar at
the top of the -Ith innling, a Trento~n
pla! er wras able to send a ball into the
outfield. Then another player did the
same and Trenton all of a sudden had
playcrs5 on Ist and 2nd base. After
another hit from ano-ther Tiger,. the
bases we.~re loaded. After a line Jrite
from a Trento~n Tige~r wcent through
twvo Bell players. the Tigers w\ere
able to bring in twoc- runs Befo-re Bell
could get the third out on Trenton.
r le ei~s scrd oan I einia to
S-?. Bell In tbe br njp Bell de
cided that this game neede toen J.
hit by B'elf's #10, K~ourtne Dunnam.
brought i~n ~two- nore runs.for the
Bell Varsryr girls. A\fte~r thee ours on
Bell. the teams sw itched positions.
sutBel \sab cro e sil 1et three
o\.er the game: from there: and scored
three more runs makinge the score 13-
3. Bell used the "ten-run rule." which -
e~ndsl a gme after one team is ahead
by ten runs after t ft inning, tt
send ~E~legone ho~me earl\
Last[ Frday night. the Bell Varsalr

8:Count 12 to f :edte lato HoL 81
Urniortunatels. Bell did no~t do as
w\ell against the Horners as the_ did
aga~instr the TigeFrs. The Hor~nets w\ere
able to. score 13 unms o-n the Bell Soft-
ball teamn but did not allowr the Ladi
Bulldogs to score a single run
The Bell So-frball team has bee-u
doing an an\esome job so far in their
season and we hope that th\ hcon-
rinue: to succeed In the rest of it. Go-
Bulldogs'


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Submitted by Elli Carranza
On Thursday. March 1. at 7 p.m,
the Trenron Tigers \isited the Bell
Lady Buildogs' softball lield. The to
rivals were eager to strtn the game
an:d prove wvhat they were made of.
Before the game bregan. fans poured
in from both Bell anod Trenron. The
ga::':Fme~s be~tweecn the Tig~ersj and Bull-
d~.:ogS have2 always won the arttntion
of' the GilchriSt county rcommunit:.
As. the game began. Trenton wa~s up
first to bat. Within the first 5 mlinutes
of the game, the Bell V'arsity girls
had already goten twoC ourS o~n tbe
Tigers. After three outs, it was Bell's


T!ger Ficll
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a.m.-10:30 a.m.; Zumba--10-30
a.m.-ll:30 a.m.: Craft class 17th
and 14th only i--l:00 p.m.
Thursday: Cards and games-
-10:00 a.m.; Paidnti class--l:00
lim. (1Ist Thursday- of months.
Friday: Zu niba - 10(:3 a.m.-
11:30 a.m: Bingo--10:30 a.m.-
11:30! a.m.; Birthday partly on last
Friday of month


Submlitted by; Sally Browning
'The: Trenton Senior Center is
lo~sting its calendar of actrivities for
the month of Markch:
Monday: Exercise--9:30 a.m.-
10:30 a.m.; Zumba--10:30-ll:30
a.m.: Crochet Class--l:00 p.m.
Thecsday:; Hand and foot card
gamez--10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Wednesday: Exercise--9:30


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Mail "ib: THIS Quarterback Club
P. O. Box 391
STrenton, Florida 32693

Maximum H~andicap of 25. Average handicap
of Team Members multiplied by 80% will be
used! when calculating Net Scores.
Four drives from each player must be
used during tournament.


SCA~SH prizesES!!!!!


Foit ow NET ANI) GROSS DIVIsloNS



Entry. Fee: 3-Man Scramible $50 each
3r ~$150/team. Includes 18 holes of golf
~an lunch after completion of play.

Hole Sponsors: If your organization
whi~ld like to sponsor a hole, please
:contact Bill Deen at ~352-222-744C4 be-
tween the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.


Drawings For Door Prizes .


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day to- taker o-n the~ Flashej. Trento-n Aate ~at n.1ra
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pla~~ce in the district stranding omne ]BlOrlidai Cro;n
ourt and suppo-rt the T gers
Wo~rkforce. Board

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LTHURSDAI~ ,Y~\I ~VI -V~U-1- -----


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. Harry I. Zimmierman


Mr. Harry L.
Zimmerman .

arry L. Zimmerman, 87, died '
pice House in Chiefland on
ly, March .1, 2012. He die
ral causes. Born August 28,
n Pennsylvania, he lived, in
:the past 35 years'. He served
United States Navy il ~World
SHarry was a member of the
d United Methddist Church
~ngtime voeerlunt at the Bell
er Fire- Department in ~the
He was also a members of the
an Legion.
ras preceded in death by his
He~len Ziimmerman of Bell;
:r, Connie Calvert of Bell, and
Rosalie Cann Zimmerman, of
ivania; ,
vors include his sons, errny
rman of Bell,: Harry W Zim-
n of Bell; his sister, Joan Zim-
n Sharpe of Maryland; sister
et Zimmermin. Hockenbery
nnsylvania; -granddaughters,
Cruze of Bell;. Sheila Teck-
Sof Bell, Kristina Bennett of
la, Shelley Marks of Gaines-
andson's, Jeremy Zimmerman\
and Geog Marks f North
; 1() great-grandchildren and
at-great-grandson.


ing Plant Sale
:cdar Key on

urday

Cedar Key Garden Club An
ring Plant' sale will be held by
ll1 on C Street on the 10th of
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. We will
large variety of native plants .
se from.


You must keep the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office notified of your
curi-ent address.: (You may file Notice
of Current Addi'ess, Florida Family
Law Form 12.915). Future papers
in this lawsuit will be mailed to the
address on record at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida
Family Law Rules of Procedure,
requires certain automatic disclosure
of documents and information. Failure
to comply can result in sanctions,
including dismissal or striking of
pleadings.
(SEAL)
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Kendra Cathey,
.Deputy Clerk
Pub: March 8, 15, 22, and29, 2012

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN J
AND FOR GILCHRIST FLORIDA,
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 21-2012-CP-0008
IN RE: ESTATE OF
BILLY RAY PUMPHREY, SR.,
Deca TICE TO CREDITORS .

LYp mA t MH Y,thSC. deco se ,
whose ,date of death' was December 9,
2011, Fiile Number 21-2012-CP-0008, is
pending in the Circuit Court for' Gilchrist
Courity, Florida, Probate Division, the ad-
dres's of which is Gilchrist County Court
hotise,112 South Main Street, Post Office
Box 37, Trenton, FL 32693. The liame
and address of the personal representative '
and the personal representative's attorney
are set forth below. .
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or demarids
against decedent's estate on whom a copy
of this notice has been served must file
their claims with the Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE TIME OF SERVICE OF A COPY/
O'F THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and persons having claims or demands
against the decedent's estate must fle
their claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE.OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED. ?
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY,
CLAIM FILED TWO YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this
notice is March 8, 2012.
Personal Representative:
TANYA PINKARD -
620 Dunlap Hollow Road
Middlesboro, KY 40965
Attorney for Personal Repiresentative:
SHEREE H. LANCASTER
Florida Bar No. 602922
SHEREE H. LANCASTER, P.A.
109 East Wade Street
Post Office Boy 1000 ,..
Trtnrton. FL 32693
Telephone: 352/463-1000
Pub. March 8 and 1'5, 2012

PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF TRENTON
REGULAR MEETING
The Trenton City Commissioners will
meet in Regular Session Tuesday, March
13, 2012, at 5:30 p.m. in the Trenton
Community Center located at 214 SE 3rd
Avenue, Trenton, Florida. Items included
on the agenda are as follows:
A. Call to Order ,
B. Adoption of Agenda
SC. Scheduled Guests
1. Denny George, Pine Grove
Baptist Church, requesting
waiver of fees for use
of Depo't oil March 25
SD. Unscheduled Guests .
E. Consent Items -
1. Minutes--Regular Commission
Meeting February 14, 2012
2. Minutes--Joint Commission
Meeting February 28, 2012
3. January Financial Rdports
and Expenditures
F. Staff Reports
1. Code Enforcement--February
2. Fire Departmerit--February
3. Police Department--February
4. Public Works--No report

G.. Ac inac 2012-01 regarding
Open Conf'ainers, final reading
H. Discussion Items
1. Chief Raven regarding
Police Officer Tony Crews
serving as Reserve Officer


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Senior & VeteranLi#CF511
Discounts





Guaranteed Plumbing Siervrice
Drain Cleaning. Repairs, Leak Detection.
Newl Construction 7-Dayi Service





Lind sey Lan d e t



Attorney -


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Full Service Tree Care
Licensed and Insured

352-227-0007
.GREAT SERVICE! GREAT PRICE!


WNILLS DlIVORCE


There will be a tribute for Jatckie at the
Gilchrist County Community Building
on 3/17/12 at 11am
See photos at: twwiv.memorialoaksfunerals .com


Page Seven


MARCH 82012


2. Current contract with Waste Pro
and related garbage rates
I. Board Member Requests
J. City Attorne-y Report
K. City Manager Report
L. Adjourn
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that if a
person decides to appeal any decision
made by the Board with respect to any
matter considered at this meeting, he/she
will need a record of the proceedings, .
aild that, for such purpose, he/she may
need to ensure that a verbatim record of
the proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony ~and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.
STaylor Browns
City Manager
Pub. March 8, 2012

RESOLUTION 2012-13
A RESOLUTION OF THE
BOARD OF COUNjTY COM-
MISSIONERS OF GELCHRIST
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
STRONGLY OPPOSING ADOP-
TION OF THE MEDICAID
COST SHIFT LEGISLATION;
TNDPROVIDING OR TRANS

WT REAS, the Medicaid Cost Shift
legislation, (SB 1988 and HB .5301)
would unfairly and without justification
shift $150 million to county taxpayers;
and
WHEREAS, the Medicaid Cost Shift
legislation adds yet another layer of bu-
reaucracy to an already-flawed system;
and
WHEREAS, the legislation would add
the D~epartment of Revenue as an addi-
tional participant in the current system
which already inclixdes the Department
of Children and Families, The Agency for
Healthcare Administration, and 67 coun-
ty governments, and would thereby make
worse the inefficiencies that already exist
in the Medicaid billing system; and
WHEREAS, sirice the launch of the
Agency for Health Care Administration's
new computer system in 2008, billings
have been- consistently wrong with is-
sues like incorrei-t address information,
,double billings, an~d estimated invoices
rather than actual invoices; and
WHEREAS, Gilchrist and other court-
ties have been entirely justified in dispilt-
ing many of these bills and refusing to use
local taxpayer dollars to pay them; and
WHEREAS, the .billing problems
and county objections have resulted in a
backlog of disputed and upaid bills, and
Sa complete lack of trust for a very flawed
System; and
WHiEREAS, the legislation would re-
quire that Gilchrist County use local tax-
payer funds to pay for Medicaid services
not provided to Gilchrist County resi-
dents, with no guarantee that there would
be a refund for such payments; and-
WHEREAS, the estimated cost to
Gilchrist County for disputed billings
in the backlog is over $350,000, which
if paid in full .by the County would, in
Sconjuction with increased billings in the
future, have a severe impact on the Coun-
ty's ability to provide needed servideito.
its residents; and ;
,WHEREAS, such unfair and unwar-
ranted financial burdens shifted to coun-
ties severely erode the home rule author-
ity of counties' and make it ever more.
difficult for counties to provide the basic
governmental services demanded by the
citizens of the State of Florida.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT ~RE-
SOLVED BY THE BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF
GELCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA:
SECTIQN 1. The Board of County
Commissioners of Gil'christ County here-
by strongly opposes the adoption of the
Medicaid Cost Shift Legislation by the
Florida Legislature, and urges the leg-
islative delegation for Gilchrist -County
to vote against this harmful and unfair
legislation. In the event the legislation
is passed by the Legislature, the County
Commission strongly urges the Governor
to veto it. `
.SECTION 2. The County Administra-
tor is hereby directed to forward a copy of
this resolution to the Honorable Governor
Rick Scott; State Senate President Mike
Haridopolos; Speaker of the House, Rep-
resentative Dean Cannon; the Gilchrist
County Legislative Delegation, and the
Florida Association of Counties.
DULY ADOPTED this 5th day of
March, 2012.
BOARD OF COUNTY

GILCHRISTB OUNY FORID
Chair
/s/ Joseph W. Gilliam
Clerk to the Board of County~
Commissioners
Pub. March 8, 2012b.


NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCE BY THE BOARD OF
COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY
OF TRENTON, FLORIDA
'NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an
ordinance, which title hereinafter appears,
will be considered for enactment by the
Board of Commnissioners of the .City of
Trenton, Florida, at the regular meeting
Maich 13, 2012, scheduled for 5:30 p.m.,
or as soon thereafter as the matter can be
heard,- at the Trenton Community Center
located at 214 SE 3rd Avenue, Trenton'
Forida ,C gies of staid ordinancheemay bl
at the Office of the Clerk/City Manager,
'Trenton City Hall, 114 North Main Street,
Trenton, Florida during regular business
hours. On the date, time and place first
above mentioned, all' interested: parties
may appear and be heard with respect to
teo nI ACE NO. 2012-01
ON ORDINANCE. PROVIDING
TOHAQT SP SLOBEi O AWU
ANE OP CONTAIE ROF L Y
HOLIC BEVERAGE ON ANY PUB-
LIC ROAD, PUBLIC STREET, PUB-
LIC HIGHWAY, PUBLIC RIGHT
OF WAY, PUBLIC SIDEWALK,
CITY OWNED OR CONTROLLED
PROPERTY, PUBLIC PARK, PUB-
LIC .PLAYGROUND, OR OTHER
PUBLIC PLACE* PROHIBITING
'CONSUNI1PTION OR POSSESSION
OF ~ANY ALCOHOLIC BEVER-
AGE IN AN OPEN CONTAINER ON
ANY ,PRIVATELY OWNED PROr-
ERTY EXCEPT AS A LAWFUL
GUEST AND WITH THE CONSENT
OF THE OWNER OR PERSON IN
CHARGE OF SUCH PRIVATELY
OWNED PROPERTY;: PROVID-
ING DEFINITIONS; PROVIDING
EXCEPTIONS; PROVIDING THAT
VIOLATION OF THIS ORDINANCE
SlHALL BE DEEMED A CIVIL IN-
FRACffffffffffYTION; PROVIDING PENAL-
TIES FOR VIOLATION THEREOF;
PROVIDING FOR REPEAL OF OR-
DINANCE NUMBER 81-3 AND ALL
OTHER ORDINANCES OR PARTS
OF ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT
HEREWITH1; PROVIDING FOR
SEVE~RABILITY;, PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
The public hearing may be continued
to, oile or, more future dates. Any
interested party shall be advised that the
date, time and place of any continuation
of the public hearing shall be announced
during~ the public hearing and that no
further notice concerning the matter will
be published.
Persons .with disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodations to participate
in this proceeding should provide written
notice to Taylor Br own, city of Tre son
City Manager, 114 North Main Street'
Trenton, Florida 32693, Telephone No.
(352) 463-4000, at least 48 hours prior to
said meeting.
, All persons are advised that, if they
decide to appeal any decisions made at
the public hearing, they will need al record
of the proceedings and, for such purpose'
they may need to ensure that a verbatim
iecolrd of the proceedings is made'
which record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be
based.
Pub. March 1, and 8, 2012

i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR GELCHRIST COUNTY'
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
('ASE NO. 2011-CA-000051
BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING,'
L.P. F/K/A COUNTRYWIDE HOME
LOANS SERVICING, L.P.,
Plaintiff,
vs. i
ROBERT L. TAYLOR, ET AL.
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant
to .;a, Final Judgmerit of Foreclosure
or Order dated February 21. 2012.
entered in Civil~ Case. Number 2011-
CA-000051, in the Circuit Court for
Gilchrfst County, Florida,.wherein BAC
HOME LOANS SERVICING, L.P. F/
K/A COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS

RO EdT I. eAL et 1l.,r teat
situated in Gilchrist Countyi, Florida,
described as: .
COMMENCE AT THE SOUTH-
EAST CORNER OF SECTION 34,
TOWNSHIP 9 SOUTH, RANGE 16
EAST FOR A POINT OF REFER-

TENIEAST.E O USNAID SC
TION 34, NORTH 0O1-DEG 46 MIN
08 SEC WEST 2708.87 FEET TO
THE SOUTHERLY EDGE OF AN
EXISTING COUNTY GRADED

DEG 56 MIN 38 SEC WEST 632.40
FEET TO THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING.' THENCE CONTINUE
SOUTH 89 DEG 56 1%I 38 SEC
WEST 190.73 FEET; THENCE
EDG SU 8 E 40R MI
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POINT OF BEGINNING, ALL LY-
ING AND BEING IN GILCHRIST
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
BEING PARCEL NO. 5 OF
PARKER FARMS.
TOGETHER WITH THAT
CERTAIN 2003 SKYO
DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE HOME
HAVING VIN#'S C1610596RA &
C1610596RB
Parcel Identification Number: 34-
09-16-0235-0000-0050 -
at public sale, to the highest and best
bidder, for cash, at Gilchrist County
Courthouse, 112 South:0Main Street,
Trenton, FLM32 93 a~t 11:0 AM, on te

Anay peson 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 claiin within 60 days
after the sale .
Dated: February 24, 2012
C iLE ch isT Cun y Crk of Co r

By. L.Ayer
FLORIDA FORECLOSURE
ATTORNEYS, PLLC
601 Cleveland Street,. Suite 690
Clearwater, FL 33'755
(727) 446-4826
Pub: Marchl1and 8, 2012

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR GELCHRIST COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 21-2008-CA-000017
COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS,
INC.
Plaintiff(s) '

JCQUELINE L. BALL, et al
Defendant(s)/V
RE-NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTYIER 45
NOTICE IS- HEREBY GIVEN<
pursuant to an Order of Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated February 20, 2012, and
entered in Case No. 21-2008-CA-000017
of the Circuit Court of the 8TH Judicial
Circuit in and for GILCHRIST County,
Florida, wherein COUNTRYWIDE
HOME LOANS, INC. is the Plaintiff and
JACQUELINE L. BALL is the Defendant,
I will sell to the highest and best bidder
for cash at the south door of the Gilchrist
County Courthouse, in Trenton, Florida,
at 11:00 a.m. on the 26th day of March,
2012, the following described property as
set forth in aid Order of Final Judgment,
to wit: Lot 40, OF OAK HALLO~W
,NORTH, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK3, PAGES(S)1I4AND 15, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORD~ OF GILCHRIST
COUNTY, FLORIDA. TOGETHER
WITH A 1999 HOME DOUBLEWIDE
MOBLEHOMELOCATEDTHEREON,
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
NUMBERS ~ FLHML2Bl39821365A
AND FLHML2Bl39821365B.
IF YOU ARE A PERSON CLAMING
A RIGHT TO FUNDS REMAINING
AFTER THE SALE, YOU MUST FILE
A CLAIM WITH THE CLERK OF
COURT NO LATER THAN 60 -DAYS
AFTER THE SALE. IF YOU FAIL TO
FILE A CLAIM, YOU WILL NOT BE
ENTITLED TO ANY REMAINING
FUNDS. AFTER 60 DAYS, ONLY THE
OWNER OF RECORD AS OF THE
DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS. MAY
CLAIM THE SUR~PLUS .
DATED at GELCHRIST County,
Florida, this 23rd day of February'.2012 '

JOSEPH (JOE) W. GILLIAM, Clerk
GILCHRIST County, Florida
,.By. L. Ayers
SDeputy Clerk
(SEAL)

GILBERT GARCIA GROUP P.A.
Attorney for Plaintiff(s)
2005 Pan Am Circle, Suite 110
Tam a, Florida 33607
(813) 443-5087
Fla. Bar# 509434
972233.000826T
Pub: March 1 and 8, 2012

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE

EN FR G LHIT CCO Y,
Case No.: 21-2012-DR-0036
ANNA MARIE SCOTT
Petitioner
ROYAL DEAN SCOTT
Re pondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: ROYAL DEAN SCOTT
(ADDRESS UNKNOWN)
YOU. ARE NOTIFIED that an action
has been filed against you and that you
war aquir d tserv ea cpy ofyou

SW CR 334, TRENTON, FL 32693 on
or before March~ 30, 2012, and file the
.original with the clerk of this Court at
112 SOUTH MAIN ST., TRENTON,
FL 32693, before service on Petitioner
or immediately thereafter. If you fail to
do so oardefault may eent rd against




You may review these documents upon
request.


2Mr. TWilliant Mi

"Mike" Cody

Mr. William "Mike" Cody, age 67 Mrs.
of Bell, passed away on February 23, Trenton
2012, at his home after a lenghty ill- pital or
ness.2012. A
He is survived by his wife, Gail ville on
Cody; two brothers and one sister, all roll Ray
of Tennessee and several nieces and (Benton
nephews. the Alal
At his request he will be-cremated eight ye
and returned to his birthplace at his cialist f
family farm in Cosby, Tennessee. .Annette
A memorial service will be held at crafts, i
a later date. than an
She wa
Baptist
worker
2Mr. Adlam 'The and wil

2Moonshine. Mi~~an". surv
P rr *H20 year
I lyby and
Gehee;
Mr. Adam P. Hill, III, "The sister, J
Moonshine Man,'? praised away on Hampto
Wednesday, February 29, 2012, at- Meme
his residence in Bell. Adam wasborn Annette
on October 15, 1952, in Key West to Pine Gr
Adam P. Hill, II, and Gray Whalen. In lie
He moved to Bell 14 years ago from quests tl
Broward County. Adam was in the made to
construction industry. Fund, 1
He is preceded inideath by his fa- Trenton
their. Arran
He is survived. by his wife, Ann of Robe
Tomko Hill of Bell; his mother, Grgay Downto
Whalen of Margaite; a -daughter, Kel-
ley Tritt of Margate; two sons, Adam
P. Hill, IV, of Gainesville and Casey
Hill of Bellf; two sisters, Joyce Hill
of Florida and Susan Hill of Matrgate -.
and one grandchild.
Arrangements under the care lif
Watson Funeral Home in Trenton.
Online condolences may be ~sent
through their websitee at www.wat- -
sonfhtrenton~com



y, Mr Cu en

S2McArthur "Mac"

Odom
M/r
Mr.~ Cullen McArthur ."Mac',
Odom, 69, of Steinhatchee, passed
away at his daughter's home in Cross
City oni Saturday, March 3, 2012.
i Mr. Odom was borni in -Warwick,
Gjeorgia, on March 28, 1'94'E He Mr;
moved to -Steinhatchee from At- Mr.
tina i 196.He was a plumber at Hosd
for 15 years before becoming th'e, dnThurs
wateran sewer pla' opero for 1924, i:
Cross City, Stemnhatchee and Horse- Bell for
shoe Beach. Mac was known for inte
.his lov~e ~of children and throughout' War II.
the areka ~for- building and operating Blranfor
"The Matthew Express" in honor of and a l(
his son Maitthew. In addition to the
Matthew Express, Mac has, for the Volunt
past 15 4rears; honored Matthew by: 1980s.
presentihg; hgh scho studet He w
scholarship in his memory to wife, r
their education.,He wa$.a membec~of dagt
the Flonida Rural Water Association sisgtgr,
Sand Sons of Confederate :Veterans. Pennsyl
He was- a member of the Cross City; Sn
Churchof God. i Surv
SHe is survived by his wife RebeccaZim
.Carmichael Odom of Steinhatchee; em
son, Scott (Kim) Gunter of C'leve- mermar
Margai
lanldGeorgia; daughters, Terri (Todd) o P
Crumbly of Clevelaind. Georgia andJai
Jodii Spurlin of Cross City grandchil enbrock
dren, Sallitatta (Steven), Cody, Shazn' laa
ChrsLa~},Chancey and Jared; vle;g
great grandchildrenEmilyCla Coemn Bll
and Pa~slie; brother. Glynn Odom of Dao a
Ft. Payne, Alabama; and sisters, AnnDkt
Hogan -of Albany, Georgia and Jackie one gre;

Fnra srvie wee 1el Tes- Spr:
day, March 6, 2012, at the Rick *
SGooding Funeral Home Chapel with :in C
Rev. Jim Hurst officiating. Inter
ment "followed at Waters Memorial. Satl
Cenietery in Steinhatchee. A visita-
tion was heldat thefuneral~home one Subplit
Hour prior to the service. The (
Arrangements have been placed nual Sp:
under the care of the Rick Gooding City Ha
Funeral Home in Cross City. March i
have a
to chool


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rs. Annette IM.

Smith

Annette M. Smith, 45, of
passed away at Shands Hos"
n Wednesday, February 29,
~nnette was born in Gaines-
May 11, 1966, to parents Car-
Imond McGehee Sr. and Lelia
i) McGehee.' She worked at
chua County Coui-thouse for
:ars and was a facilities spe-
or Pine Grove Baptist Church.
:loved gardening, cooking,
and the holidays, but more
thing, she loved lier family.
;s a member of Pine Grove
Church and was an Awana
at the church. She was loved
l bpe greatly missed by those
ivors include her husband of
s, Ceczil Smith; children, Shel-
Adam Smith; mom, Lelia Mc-
brother, Raymond Mc~ehee;
rackie Thomas, and in-lawvs,
,n and Jo Smith.
orial services were held for
on Saturday, March 3, at
ove Bapjtist Church.
lu of flowers, the family re-
hat memorial contributions be
,the Pine Grove Youth Camp
6655 NW County Road 339,
,FL 32693.
lgements were under the care
:rts Funeral Homes of Ocala,
,wn Chapel.


Jackie Q., BaSS


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WORD. Anticipated Remedial Math Teacher
(Grant Funded)- Bell Elementary. Quali-
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IIl tion covering Elementary Education. This
ng for a is a temporary position.
full-time Paraprofessional / Instructional Aide
40 hours Bell High. Qualifications: High School
lent ben- Diploma or Equivalent required.' Must
.98/hour. have one of the following Associate's
rent and Degree or higher; 60 College level cred-
Appli- its; or Passilig Score on Paraprofessional
Through ~Exam.
b Center Food Service Worker--7 h~rday.4 Oai
1). Ap, fications: High school diploma or equiva-
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an EOE/ tion, and in good physical health.
Substitute Teachers. Qualifications:
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quiired. Com)~e'te application online or at
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Ilry, 386- District office for more information.
Bus Driver Trainees / Substitute Bus
Itb,3-8 riems rOu lifica~ios Hi40hSchool

king ap- in-service training will be provided for
perience qua 1. ed app ican s. Par of te ra ming
weekends. prepares traiilees for the driver portion of
aninter- the Class B Florida CDL. For informa-
tion or questions, contact the Transporta.
tAb,3-8 tion Department at (152) 463-3230.
Apply online` at: www.gilchr~istschools.
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license in are filled ,unless otherwise indicated.
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nation. EPA Custodian. This position is a
352-949- position working an average of
per week with health and retiremr
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GilCh*riet County La nd Tr;
lnie Mae a/k/a Federal Nation- John R. Rowe, Sr. to John R. Rowe,
mortgage Association to Randy Sr. and Suzanne E. Rowe, warranty
lI Properties LLC, special war- deed, $10.00, Lot 3 Ayers Estates, on
deed, $34,600.00, Lot 16 Pines 2/27/2012.
:s, on 2/17/2012. Joni. R. Lindsey and Charlene
n S. Rawls to Ronald G. Stewart Leasor to Ameris Bank, certificate
iregory Dj. StewYart, quit claim of title, Lots 2, 25 and 26 Block 9
$10.00, on 2/17/2012. West and Johnson and Lots 11, -14
rB REO LLC to Mark Tooke, and 15 Block 9 Suwannee River, on
lI warranty deed, $55,000.00, 2/28/2012..
7 Wilmore Unrecorded, on Joni R. Lindsey and Chairlene Lea-'
2012:' sor to Ameris Bank, certificate of ti-
et Taylor to Woodrow W. Davisi tle, Lots 20, 21, and 22 Block 9 West
Iarsha C. Davis, warrailty deed, and Johnson, on 2/28/2012.
00.00, on 2/20/2012. Joni R. Lindsey an~d Charlene Lea-
nk Denton and Patricia Ann. sor to Ameris Bank, certificate of t'i-
,n to Amy Scott Downing, tie, $100.00, Lots 1, 2, and 3 Block 8
nty deed, $175,000.00, Lot 15: West and Johnsoh~, on 2/28/2012.
rrs Chase Farms, on 2/20/2012. Joseph W. Gilliam Clerk of Court,
christ Tilmber Con~iany to Ron- Gilchrist County Clerk of Court, Joni
Parrish and Teresa L. Parrish, R. Lindsey, and Charlene Leasor to
:tive warranty deed, $10.00, on Ameris Bank, certificate of title,
012. $2,700.00, South 1/2 of Lot 5 and
rie Towers and Richard Towers all of Lots 6 and 7 Block 9 West and
hard W Towers Thistee and the Johnson, on 2/28/2012.
rd W. Towers Trust Agreement, Joseph ~W. Gilliam Clerk of Court,
nty deed, $10.00, Lot 7 Mead- Gilchrist County Clerk of Court, Jomi
ood Trails, on 2/22/2012. R. Lindse~y, Charlene Leasor, and Ele-
rcy J. King to H~arold W. Bram- na Cazwelg-Xithe to Ameris Bank,.
nd Janet E. Brammer, warranty certificate, of title, $100.00, Lots 3
$10.00, Lot ~14 K~KL&S Es- and 4 and North 1/2 of Lot 5 Block 9
on 2/23/2012. West and Johnson, ort 2/28/2012.
rles E King, Jr. to ~Kirk E. Joseph W. Gilliam Clerk of Court,
mer, warranty deed, -$10.00, on Gilchrist County Clerk of Court,
012-. Charlenp .Leasor a/k/a Charleite L
hony Harrison Davis to Antho- Leasor, and David Adams to Ameris
Irrison Davis and .Natilee Jean Bank, cei~tificate of title, $100.0,0, Lot
, quit claim deed, $10.00, on 1 Block 32 Trenton Original Survey,
y D. Wilkerson and Ruth Wilk- Jonp 8/h01Gilliam Clprk of Cob~rt,
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Enthusiasm is a character trait that 4-H vegetable garden this spring a's
can overfow to others and make ev- part of the annual garden projed't.
ery situation better. The4-H member Grady Iqves to have a. good time.
of the week is enthusiastic and other regardless of what project he is par-
members. enjoy having him in the ticipating ii1. Hi's smile brightens any
program. Grady Inglett is a ten-yea~r- -rooni or camp cabin at Cherry Lake.
old member of the Wilcox 4-H Club. Grady is: so popular among his peers
Grady' is enthusiastic if he is raising in-4-H that upon hearing that Qrady
a pig, Atttendizig 4-H camp, learning would be iri his cabin at 4-H camp,
.guitar, or swimming, and he makes Chandler Ash, one the County Coun-
any 4-H class or camp better because oil officers and a cabin cot~i~selor was
of his positive attitude. excited because "G~radiy is awesome."
Along with ten other yoiuig people That is high praise for a fine young
interested in learning, to play the gui- man who has i bright.future in 4-H
tar, Grady is part of the local 4-11 gui- and as as~ adult. Congratulations to
tar class. He is in his second year of Grady Inglett, our 4-H member of the
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THURSDAYMARCH 82012


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From the. Desk of
Gilchrist County
Sheriff Daniel

Slaughter

Weekly Sheriff's Report
WEEK ENDING:
IVARCH 5, 2012
On February 27, 2012, Abraham
G. Hernandez, 10/7/1974, was ar-
rested for Domestic Battery by Stran-
gulation.
On February 29, 2012, Travis D.
Zeagler, 12 8. 1990), was arrested for
Levy County Warrant--Petit Theft,
Fraud-Uttering a Forged Instrument.
On March 3, 2012, Stanley J. Kill-
i~sh, 1/21/1966, was arrested for Ag-
gravated Battery.
On March 3, 2012, James L. Wash-
ington, 2/2/1985, was arrested for
Aggravated Battery on Pregnant
Woman, Possession of Ammunition
by Felon, Possession of Drug Para-
phernalia.
On Mardi 4, 2012, Anthony W.
WilIliams. 10.9 1969, was arrested for
Dri i~ing w\hile Under the Influence of
Alcohol or Drugs
On March' 4, 2012,~ Diadre L.
Brunson; 5/,14/1980, was arrested for
Violation o~f Probation--Burglary of
Conveyance, Grand Theft.


an eact ionS
Servicing LLC, certificate ~of title,
$10.00, Lot. 20 High Springs High-
lands, on 2/28/2012.
SJospeh W. Gilliam C~lerk of Court,
Gilchrist County Clerk of Court, John
Wayne Osteen a/k/a John W. Osteen,
Maria A. Osteen, Suntrust Bank, an
Dove Investment Corp to Capital City
Bank, certificate of title, $600.00, Lot
17, 18, and North 50 feet of Lot 19
Block B Waters Lake First Additiori,
on 2/28/2012.
Springleaf Home Equity Inc. f/k/a
American General Financial Services
of America Inc. to Floyd S. Underh~ill,
special. warranty deed, $21,0()0.00,
Lots 18 and 23 Bell Heights, on
2/28/2012.
:Mattie A.. Sanders~ to 'Derek Sand-
ers, cluit claim deed, $10.0Q, on
2/29/2012..
John W., Casey and Mona Wh~it-
more .to Benjamin Scott/ Halroyd
and Frances Ann Halroyd, quit claim
deed, $10.00, on 2/29/2012. .
,Chester Leverne Knighton and
~Marion Louella Knighton -to Che's-
ter Leverne ~Knighiton Trust'ee, Mari-
oon Louella Knighton Trustee, and
Knighton Famnily R'evocable Trust,
statutory~ warranty deed, $10.00, on
3/2/2012.
Nola Elise T~hann to Gerald T.
Roberts and Joanne Roberts, quit
claim deed, $10.00, on 3/2/2012.


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1, g~~15 :Local youth celebrate Black History Mlonth


Jarrett Douglas



Douglas is public



speaking champ
By Dillon Paulling,
Bell Middle FFA Reporter
Congratulations to Jarrett Douglas, who was named Sub-District 3 winner
on December 6, 2011, against-Mlayo and Dixie.County competitors and now
District 3 winner of the Middle School Preparkd Public Speaking contest that
was held on January 24, 2012.
Jarrett.'s speech was based on his personal experience with Curly Calf Syn-
drome, which is. a genetic defect in some Angus cattle. Jarrett's first cow foi
the Suwiannee River' Fair "Betty Lou," which he got from his grandfather
Elmo Douglas,~ tested positive for Curly Calf Syndrome.
The District competition: was hosted bjrBronson FFA and included the fol-
lowing counties: Jefferson, Madison, Hamilton, .Suwannee,Lafayette, Djixie,
Taylor, Columbia, Putnam, and Levy.
Jarrett's win at the District level advances him to the State Competition
which will be held in June at the 84th= Annuail Horida FFA State Conven-
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tDouglas Simpson of Riverside Wranglers 4-H Club with his cow.





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GECHRIST COUNTY JOU L


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Submitted
The youth of Ebenezer Bap-
tist Church celebrated their annual
Black History program on February
26, 2012. They performed different
scenes from the Tyler Perry movie,
M2adea. Scenes from history and the
lives of real people were also per-
formed. One youth read the Mar-
tin Luther King speech, I Have a
Dream.
Special thanks to our guest min-
ister, Sebrenah Phillips. There were
four small children who performed.
the scene of Ms. Millie and my nan-
ny and we wish to thank them also.
IParents, your support was greatly: ap-
Ipreciated.

At right:
The youth of Ebenezer
Baptist Church are,
from left to right, Hemp,
Phillip, Khalil, Ja-cquez,
Jasmine, T'Keyha,
Torrez, Joslyn, Ashia,.
Kaileigh, .Kyleigh, and
Hayden. Not pictured
are D'Nyse, Jiterria and
M/aegan.


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4:00-6:00 'p.~m.--11airyf Cow Entry:
4:00-6:00 p.m.--Dairy Goat Entry
4:00-6:00 p.m.--Heifer Entry

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Saturday, March 10:
7:30 a.m.-8:00 a.m.---Horse Entry
S8.30 a.m.--Horse Show,
After. Horse Show-- ~Gymkhana
(Speed) Contest
8:30 a.m -10:30 a.m.--Exhibitor
Milking Contest
-Adlult Milk-Off
-Goat Costume:Contest '
.-Open Mvock Dairy Godat Show
11:00 a.m.-3:00 -p.mn.--Ag-Man-
agement Contest

mDrn I oD--eDa iCroS Show-
2:00 p.m.--Heifer Show
After Show--Heifer Showmanship
4:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m.--Rabbit-Poul-
try-Dairy Release
MARCH 16-21
Friday, March 16:
3:00 p.m.-5:30 p.m.--Steer Entry
5:00 p.m.-5:30 p.m.--Consumer
Judging Registration .
5:30 p.Thi.--Primiary and~ Senior
Judgn Ev nt
6:0pm-Jne ior Audid Ev tie
Skills Entry (NON-Food Items)

Saturday, March 17:
7:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.--Swine Entry
9:00a.m.-11:0;0 a.m.--Creative Life
Skills Entry
10:30 it.m.-11:00 a.m.--Livestock
Judging Registration
11:00 a.m.--Livestock Judging
Events
1:00 p.m.--Creative Life Skills
Exhiibits Judging
3:00 p.m.--Home Grown Steer
Show
4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.--Release of
Creative Life Skills PERISHABLE
FOOD ENTRIES
5:00 p.m.--Market Steer Show-
Inanship
After Market
--Feeder Steer Showmanship

Sunday, March 18:
1:30 p.m.--SRF Alumni Show
Registration
2:00 p.m.--A~lumni Steer Show
3:00 p.m.--Alumni Swine Show

Monday, March 19:
8:30 a.m.--Swine Showmanship
9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.--Creative Life
Skills Open For Review
5:00 p.m.--Swine Show

Tuesday, March 20:
8:30 a.m.--Feeder Steer Show
9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.--Creative Life
Skills Open For Review
1:30 p.m.--Market Steer Show
3:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.--Rielease of
-Creative Life Skills
6:00 p.m.--Fashion Review

Wednesday, March 21:
12:00 p.m.--Buyers' Luncheon
1:30 p.m.--Sale


Cod N oro and.hul h r

ab utt the 201? Suw eC~eRiver

~eighth year showing a steer at
the fair and Douglas' fourth year
toith a steer at the fair. In the past,
the brothers have showri heifers at .
the fair as well. According to their
mother Rebekah Simpson, Cody
and Douglas are now working
on breeding their heiferus, so they
will have future show` animals.
This weekend, the two Riverside
Wranglers 4-H; Club members
will enter their poultry at.the fair
mtodr aowH dairyncows fotm tNo t
enough, both Cody and Douglas
entered the creative life skills, pho-
to graphy and cover contest, judge
livestock, poultry, dairy and co_
nusmer choices .at the fair. It will
be a busy two weeks for these boys
and many otheri 4-H and FFA
members from throughout Gil-
christ, Lev and -Daie counties.
Makeoplans n ~eaderdohwn too the



Re cord book



'A completed Record Book is man-
datory and due ait the March check in.
Do not wait to begin to work on your
Record Book. It cannot be completed
in 1 or 2 days. If your Record Book
is not complete with all signatures
and the required 'thank you' letter,
your animal will not be entered into
the fair until it is completed. This
will delay all animals that are on the
same trailer.
Mandatory Project Record Books:
a. All animal projects entering the
fair will have a completed project re-
cord book that will be presented to the
show committee check-in station.
b. At the check-in station all record
books will be examined for com-
pleteness.
c. If a record book is found to be
incomplete, the exhibitor and his/her
animal will be diverted out of line
to an area where they may complete
their record book.
d. If the project record book is
complete, it will be rubber stamped
as approved, and the exhibitor's
hand will be stamped for entry into
the scale house, horse show or dairy/
small animal barns.
e. Exhibitors are required to write
a thank you letter to the sponsor of
their show.
f. One project record book will be
completed for each animal project/di-
vision entered into the fair.
g. If you are competing in the re-
cord book contest, you must indicate
this on your project record book.
For further information, you mnay
visit the website mysrforg.


Being a professional in the financial
services ind~istry requires that I stay
current on changes in l gisl~ation. My
financial and educational background
demonstrates my ability to work with
numbers but my top priority will be
to the people of Gilchrist County.
My faith is ~a guiding principle folr
all aspects of my life. I believe that
the values that were instilled in me
growing up in our fine county help in
maintaining true character and integ-
rity. Faith, Family and Community' .
in that rdwer, aknothemguibdelns t

I am the right candidate for the Clerk
of the Court. It is my hope that by the
end of this campaign those of you that
don't know me will feel the same. I
look forward to meeting you in the
neitr future.. Contact information:
email ElectToddNewton@ gmail.com
or my cell 352-538-0456.
~Todd Newton


the U.F. NAMA Marketing Team that
won the 1'997 National 195arketing
competition. My coursework at U.F.
included Financial and Managerial
Accounting, I;ata Analysis, Manage-
mnett, Financial Management, Micro,
Macro, and International Economics,
Finance, Business Law, and Commu- ~
nications.
For the past 15 years I have~ gained
valuable experience in the financial
services industry. , After college,
I had the opportunity to work for


over five years. The goal of mov-
ing home' was achieved and in 2003
my family moved. back to Gilchrist
County. For over 8 years I have been
at Nature Coast Financial Services in
Williston where currently I am Vice
President. My profeSsional licenses
include Series 24,'7, 55, 63, 65 and
Life Health and Variable Annuities.


Gilchrist Cout native Easton
Corbin has a new single, "Lovin' You
Is Fun," out on country radio.
This week Easton' will perform at
the Flonida Strawberry Festival in

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3:30 pm. Tickets are $15 and $20.
P Te 2000 Trenton High School

msic cart wt his dbu in le 'A
Little More Country Than That." His


seod sge~ "Roll With It" also hit
number one on the c arts.

Easo was fredo t-ak rom tm e
off, but now he's back on the: road
touring and. singing his latest single.

fr o nod exlsivey i une sb:
starting March 13.


that he has received calls from resi-
dents who have had their residential
wells go dry. ThLe residents explained
that whencthe loo& am und te ae,

ture irrigation pivots in use. Houder
explained that the SRWMD can con-
duct tests and determine if residentiald
water wells are being affected by the~
, irrigation. pivots and, if so, take ac-
tion that will prevent this from occur-
ring.
Maryann Poitevint of North Gil-
christ C'ounty asked if all of the water
management districts in Flonida abide
by the same rules.
Houder explained that Florida:
Statutes Chapter 373 require the~ wa-
ter management districts to follow
certain guidelines and the rules are
enforced by the Florida Department:
of Environmental Protection and the
Governor of Florida.
Commissioner Randy Durden ex-
plained how hard it is for the Gil-
christ County commissioners to ex-
plain to people in Gilchrist County
that the SRWMD recommends -the
county deny a business from coming
into the county, even though it would
provide an economic boost, because
the district reports it does not have
the water reserve capacity to permit
a withdrawal application. "Theli the
district approves so many more large
capacity water withdrawal permits
that far exceed the capacity of the
business that would have~provided
jobs and increased the tax base in
Gilchrist County," Commissioner
Durden said.
Commissioner Kenrick Thomas
asked the water management officials
if the drought continues, will agricul-
ture be affected. "Will farmers be
subject to restrictions for the use of
watering their crops once or twice a
week?" Thomas asked.
Houder said that the drought has
not gotten to the level that the district
has to impose restrictions on water
for the use of irrigating crops.


future water rules are now open.
Houder explained that the water
management district has established
nklsofandt gud Hins inr 11ng sl
in place to allow the continued use of
water. .
Commissioner Langford asked
if there were discussions between
SRWMD and SJRWMD involving
the water resources of both districts
before the Jacksonville Electric Au-
thority water withdrawal permit was
granted for over 30 million gallons
of water a day. Houder reported that
there were not any direct communi-
cations with St Johns River involving
the permit application before it was
approved. .
Frank Cunningham, a resident of
Gilchrist County explained that he
has been ivaiting five years for up-
dates on the minimum flows and lev-
els data, involving the extreme dry
conditions in North Florida, but the
water management districts continue
to approve water permits for large ir-
rigation withdrawals at a record rate.
Houder explained that the SRW-
MD is in the final stages of an update
, involving the minimum flowts and
levels and is striving to complete this
information and present this data mna
finished form as soon as possible.
"We are in a pretty severe drought
that can be changed when weather
conditions return to our normal cy-
cles," Houder explained.
Several commissioners asked the
assistant executive director just how
many irnigatioli permits the SRWMD
has approved for this area, most re-
cently. Commissioner Harnison ex-
plained that he was told between .50
and 60 permits for irrigation have
been approved in Gilchrist County.
"'We have seen an unprecedented
number of applications for agricul-
ture water withdrawal permits in
Gilchrist County at the Suwannee
River WC1ater Management District,"
explained Houder.
Commissioner Harrison explained




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