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Serving Gilchzrist County and Surrounding Area jogr over 82 Years
207 North Main Street, Trenton, Florida 32693
Phone (352),463-7135 Fax (352) 463-7393 Pr.e $22.00 AYear In Tri-County Area (Gilchrist,
Vol. 82- No. 47 Trenton, Florida 3;693 Thursday, April 11, 2013 i-ieDixie & Levy Counties), $28.00 Other Areas
www.gilchristcountyiouma1.net ,Of Florida, $32.00 Out Of State
'PantThe Town Purple' to help fight cne
By Carrie A. Mizell plan to hold a contest to see money raised in communities
Get out those purple balloons and which businesses put up the most throughout the United States. Locally, banners, local officials have declared decorations. A commemorative paint the 2012 Relay For Life of Gilchrist Monday, April 22 as "Paint The can will be awarded to the winner. County raised over $40,000. Town Purple Day," in an effort to "We encourage all citizens to This year, 21 teams have signed
raise cancer awareness. participate in the Relay For Life event up to participate, and $10,779.29 has
Fanning Springs Mayor Cheryl to give hope to our families, friends already been raised.
Nekola, Bell Mayor Tommy Brown and community on May 4, 2013 at Remember the' journey to end P
and Trenton Mayor Glen Thigpen the Trenton High School Track," the cancer starts with a single step, all signed a proclamation last week joint proclamation stated. everyone is invited to take that 'Step
officially naming April 22, 2013 Monies raised at the Relay For Life at the Relay For Life of Gilchrist "Paint The Town Purple Day" within of Gilchrist County will support the County, which begins at noon on the local municipalities. American Cancer Society's mission May 4. '
Organizers of the Relay For Life of of saving lives and creating a world Walk to honor cancer survivors Gilchrist County are challenging the with less cancer and more birthdays and remember loved ones lost,. while community to paint the town purple, by helping people get well, stay well raising awareness and raising money which is the signature color of the and find a cure for cancer. to help fuel the walk to end cancer. .,.
American Cancer Society's Relay ,In 2012, the American Cancer For more information, call Kyle
For Life events. Society funded more than $150 Stone at (352) 376-6866 or e-mail
In Gilchrist County, organizers million in cancer research through firstname.lastname@example.org Tracy Ridgeway, Tommy Brown, Glen Thigpen' Cheryl, Nekola and Kyle Stone.
12 inmates escape,Godgilorgo ak
later re-.captured Local historic
Tuesday 'theater must
7 1 raise $85K to
By Came A Mizell@
Two inmates from Lancaster Correctional Institute escaped from a work rem ain open
crew on Tuesday morning while working in Levy County.
Within '45 minutes, Tyler A. Benoit, 19, and Brian K.. Duncan, 18, were By Carre A. Mizell
back in custody, thanks to officers from Lancaster, the Levy County Sheriff's Lindy Edens grew up going to l~
Office, the Gilchrist County Sheriff's Office and the Chiefland Police the $1 movies at High Springs' ij J!
Deparment.Priest Theatre. Her parents used to take her almost every week, and
now,,she takes her own kids. It's
i-va family tradition she hopes her Freed m So g Co cert children will be able to carry on.
But not without help from the
After 100 years, the PriestTheatre
at Tr nton epotmust surrender to the demands of
Hollywood and convert, from reels
Today there are 27 million victims cided she could do something to tr that are spliced together to modem trapped in, slavery and sex trafficking and make a difference.dgtlpoeino epsor
around the world, which is more than On Saturday, April 13, Trautman odgtpoe ctotoke.isdo here were mn the entire trans-Atlantic and local musicians Brent Owens and opn slave trade. Leigh Hartzog will perform a "Free- Alan and Janet Alligood, owners
*Hearing these statistics and read- dom. Song" benefit concert at the of the Priest Theatre, need support to keep the historic theatre alive.
mng victims' stories at first seemed Trenton Depot, beginning at 4 p.m. Last week, the Alligoods launched The cost of going digital has been the movie theatre for years, helping Oilace for children to go. Like. overwhelming to Mattie Trautinan. Trautman has undertaken a cam- an online campaign, asking people an overwhelming concern for the her parents, Janet Alligood said Trenton anad Bell, High Springs
That was until, the local woman de- paign to raise $4,500 by December, -to commit to backing the project, Alligood family for three years, and she didn't realize how personally is a small city with few forms 2013 to help fund a rescue operation which will require $85,000 to notjust Alan and Janet, but for Janet's attached she was to the many friends of entertainment, especially for for people held in sex slavery.
"Making a difference starts in our go digital. With just 55 days parents, Bobby and Janice Sheffield and patrons of the theatre. youth and their families, outside
hearts and our daily obedience to to collect -the necessary funds, who owned the theatre for 25 years "Our prayer was about patience; if of extracurricular activities walk as Jesus' did," Trautman ex- the Priest Theatre has already before retiring. .it did not sell and we allowed the sale offered through the schools. For
plained. "Together, following Jesus generated $7,893 in pledges from "At the ,expense of giving up contract to expire, it would confirm many years, the Priest Theatre we anmae hgedifeene n ur 92 backers. their retirement, a year and a half of our task of trying to save the Priest," has attracted families from
word. Go digital or go dark, it's as renovations and many repairs over Janet Alligood explained, neighboring communities as
A 1188115 9]344'3 4 simple as that, Janet Alligood the next 25 years, during a suffering In April 2012, Janet and her well.
Api 1,203explained. It's a crucial moment in economy, my parents could not see husband,Alan committed to a mission "I know that throughout High
April 11, 2013history as theater owners l ike the the feasibility of the demands, of to try and save the Priest Theate. Springs and the surroundingr
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SCVCamp ,AARP meeting Relay Golf
70to meet is April 16 Tournament
Sons ohe O'Steen Camp #770, AARP will hold its regular month- The employees of Central Florida'
fv~flSons f theConfederate Veterans ly meeting on April 16,2013, at 10:30 Electric Cooperative will hold the:
monthly camp meeting will be Tues- a.m., at the Lodge of Otter Springs. Fifth Annual Light of Hope Golf; 'day, April 16, 2013, at 7 p.m., at the The calendar says that "It's Tournament for the American Can--,
Bell Community Center on Main Spring", but it sure feels like winter cer Society and the Relay for Life,:
Street, in Bell. just doesn't want to go away, since I on April 13, 2013. The ent will be-:
Y.Our Speaker will be local writer awo ke this morning to 40'. Our pro-, gin with breakfast at-7:00 a.m. and a'
-~and historian, Toni Collins. Ms. Col- gramn director, Janice Rogers, has hit shotgun start for golfers at 8:00 a.m.,.
lins will be speaking about the block- the nail right on the head by having at the Chiefland Golf and Country: ade of Florida during the war. TV2O's Meteorologist, Bill Quinlan, Club, in Chiefiand, Fla.
The meeting is open to all who are as our guest speaker this month. May- Th oraetrgsrto esinterested in the.War Between the be he can explain this crazy weather $150 for a four-person team, which, States. For more information, contact and also give us some insight into the includes green fees, cart, plus compe-: Camp Commander Clement Lindsey coming hurricane season. titions for the longest drive, straight--'
at (352) 472-0047, or Adjutant Ar- Our membership now stands at est drive and closest to the pin. Door.: chie Matthews (386) 462-3016. 122 members with almost 90 attend- prizes will be given away as well. The.,
ing the meetings. Every month we tournament also offers many spoilcontinue to add more members, since sorship and donation opportunities,: 'C anning' they* know that our chapter dues are for both individuals and businesses.
only $5.00 and are "The Best Buy in All .proceeds for the tournament' wo k h p W ill Gilchrist County." go to The American Cancer oi'
workshopHospitality Chairlady Faye Shef- ety Relay for Life program, which' be M y field has decided that we will have celebrates survivors, funds research'
be. qv 2ham which will be supplied by the and cancer education, and inspires,
chapter, so please bring salads, veg- the public to become involved in the: Spring is here and your garden soon gies, desserts. and drinks to help American Cancer Society's advocacy: will be producing tons of vegetables round out another wonderful and de- efforts. Together, we can help make a; and fruits!! Or you may wa nt to take licious meal. difference in the fight against cancer.'.
advantage of farmer's markets, road- If you enjoyed our new meeting For more information on this event,;
side stands or you-pick operations. format, which had the meeting end- contact Tony Wasson or Kathy Baker: Preserving some of that food for use ing at noon sharp, please let our Pres- at (352)493-25 11. later in the year will give you great ident Jimmy Sheffield or one of the taste and good nutrition and will also other officers know.Sp g e t
make memories for a lifetime. See you at the meeting with yourSp g e t
Join us for a canning update. All cans in hand.
clase wil ove bth resur cn-Norm Conti, Publicity Luncheon on
Ho orrylu ch on fr on C us mnng for vegetables and boiling wa- Pci twl
ter canning for fruits. Sweet spreads D yF i a
Gilchrist County's own Tony Cruse has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Family members and (jams and jellies) and pickles will
friends throughout the community are rallying around Tony and his family to provide support and alob icse.Ti sfrtenv h benefit R elay
encouragement in the difficult days ahead. A scholarship fund has been set up at Capital City Bank in nicenwlgah rexpmerdiend.v TretonorTony's daughter, Grace Cruse. Also, a luncheon to honor Tony for his dedicated service to canne uing eomenationsheave On Saturday, April 13, from 10 The Trenton United Methodist'
the community is being planned for Wednesday, May 15 at the Trenton Community Center. For more and we want you to be safe. Seating bem hotn a picnic Dadly attFarm. onl FhrciayoApilg 12 fromett 11:30nar-' information on the dinner, call Rick Weder at (352) 316-3907. is limited. There is an optional $3.00to13pm.Yu ayetiorak:
fee for the workshop. You may just Bring your picnic basket and blanket. toine 1:0ncmlYu dmyet inaoretake:
(2 .-'q~lr~-~~, corret chae. roplease allith the fildodfsind day at with meat sauce, salad, bread, tea and.
,?'.' entiva pay a~~~crret thae. oroPlease bringhesthe irel failywl ou-ot.Te'inricldssahti
G en i p ans iety n eitr hr. st Dudley Farm Historic State park dessert:
r~ 1 1!... Alahua County clases are sched-with games, mu sic and stories. We'll Dne s$ n l rcesg
xeia lu chld hu f ornay car.s5th at 1ch3 make corn cob fliers, corn husk dolls to the Relay For Life of Gilchrist
p.m., and 6:00 p.m., at the UF IFAS and paper airplanes too. County.
Team Gentiva's Annual Luncheon Alachua County, Extension Office Join us at the farm and discover Please contact Ann Fergusona
fortheRely Fr Lfe illbe eldon 800NE 9thAveue ainsvile old fashioned fun! The address is 463-7160 or Donna Hayes at 226Aprthla For 11 f a im. to 2pem. on da 0N 9hAeneGievle 18730 W. Newberry Road. 0141 for more information.
Dinners will be $7 per box and in- For reservations, please call 352dlude one barbecue sandwich, with 955-2402. iR
two sides and a drink. Levy County classes are scheduled N u t N' H O nfl
Gentiva is located at 413 E. Wade for Thursday, Apr. 18th, at 1: 30 p.m., 25933 West Newberry Road.- Newberry, FL Street in Trenton. and 6:00 p.m., at the UF IFAS Levy
~ For more information, or to place County Extension Office 625 North David and Paula Fogg
a large order for delivery, call Sarah Hathaway Avenue Bronson, Florida.' 352-339-4030 *352-472-2257 We Sell:
Clee'land at (239) 273.9733. For reservations, please call 352- *Local Raw Honey
F. .1 T.H HDixie County classes are scheduled *Amish-Made Jams
F A IT H Hfor Thursday, May 2nd, at 1: 30 p.m., and Jellies
IT in ~and 6:00 p.m., at the Dixie County
V an in W ll Library, 16328 SE 19 Hwy Cross ($1.00 OFF with tisad) "Walk witk C'hrist"
"~The F.A.I.T.H.11 k Mobile Food City, Florida. For reservations, please Pantry will be irl Bell at the Club- call 352-498-1219.
4~ husebehnd ity 4~lon pnl25, Gilchrist County classes are sched20123, atin 9:45 Ha'.nmprl.5 uled for Thursday, May 2nd, at 1:30
For ore nforatio, plase all .. and 6:00 p.m., at the Gilchrist For ore nfomatin, peas cal PDebbie Long, Programt Coordinator, County Library 105 NE 11lth Avenue F IR S 51A S
OnWenedyApil3 Kth ayied rugt nto the Gilchrist CountY at 352-372-0294. Trenton, Florida. For reservations,
Journal a piece of live oak from a tree cut down behind the old May House, please call 352-463-3176.
which was demolished last week. Inside the rings of the tree, a heart was AA1~~ D i e These programs are brought toIS FE
clearly visible. Kathy Layfield explained that it signified "the heart of -Gil- L--A R Px r i e you by UF IFAS Levy and Alachua
christ County." As sad as it was to see the old tree go, it was not feasible to County Extension Services. For more (April Onily)
keep the tree due to the layout of the new McDonaldSTm and Family Dollar TM S afety Class information, please contact Muriel
being built at the location in downtown Trenton. AnAR rvrSft ls ilTurner at 352-486-5131. ~~~'~
.be held at the Gilchrist County Pub-Fr of I *~.t I I I I
lcLibrary on Wednesday, May ist Frends ofthe r Q4jcwi 'A1
* * .. The class will run from 9 a.m. to 3:30Li r yS t n e
p.m., attendees are asked to bring aLir ySt ne Gl s S aio
Date Hig~h Low Hig~h ILow IHigh sack lunch. The library is' located atq
Thu7'" 12.95t. 10.667f.13.3 i tm 1-0.401 it. 1105 NE I11th Avenue, Trenton, FL The Friends of the Luther Cal- 969 South Main Street 0 Bell, AL 32619
THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 2013 GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL Page Three
Happy Birthday wishes to, Alice
Hilliard, Kim Brown, Melissa Lohso,
and Renee Philman on April lth;
Cora Lord, Jennifer Owens Halter, Tania Scott, Danny Barron, and Easton
!i', % Corbin on April 12th; Eileen Chapman, Hugh Sanders, Dale Home,
Pete Davis, and John Parsons On.
IApril 13th; Nicholas Vickers; Chris Craft, Mike Brown, Buddy Griffin,
and Jordan McLeod on April 14th;
Sharonda T. Green, Floyd Rogers,
Megan Grindle, and Jordan Jones on
Mrs. Alice Hilliard April 15th; Rhonda Thomas, Lucretia
COOKING AND CAR RYIN ON Saunders, Bambi Edwards, and Ryan
RN .Johnson on April 16th; Jim Chaplain,
...rs. .ice James Durden, Linda Gore, Jennifer
Karasek Geiger, Danielle Eason, and
H il iar "Mindy Gaylord on April 17th.
H il liard. Happy Anniversary .wishes to
Donna and Galen Watson and Mr.
*11 ,and Mrs. Royce Phillips on April
W ill" 1 1th; Mr. and Mrs. David Turner and
Tommy and Karen Philman on April
ce eb at i12th; Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Rogers on
celeb rate, April 13th; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Troke,
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Smith, Gorh e 9don and Lucy Persons, and Lyle and
o Jennifer Wilkerson on April 16th;
A Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Valenzuela on
*r h d vTabatha Ritchey and Justin Pate will marry on April 13, 2013.
rd T H Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritchey are pleased to announce the upcoming marriage
Mrs. Alice Thomas Hilliard will of their daughter, Tabatha Ritchey to Justin Pate. celebrate her 90th birthday on Satur- Tabatha is graduate of Bell High School and is employed with the Gilchrist Christopher Cruz Utman, 30, and day, April 13 at noon, at Akins Bar- County School System. Lauren Elizabeth Kercher, 24, both of
becue in Bell. Justin in is employed with Overstreet Mulching in Trenton. High Springs, were married on April
,, All family and friends are invited The wedding will take place on April 13, 2013, at 6:30 p.m., at the Living 2013, by Laura Kay Edwards, noto stop by and say hi to Miss Alice Springs Church, in Branford, with a reception to follow at the Fourth District tary public. and wish her a Happy Birthday! Community Center. James Andrew, Morris,. 33, and
__.___"_Cynthia Elizabeth Graham, 23, both of Bel4, were married on April 2,
2013, by Cynthia Chadwick, notary
Willie Brown, is pic- public.
tured above, shucking
oysters atWintzell s Ms. Debra King, of Bell, an- Vid li io
Oyster House in Mo- nounces the upcoming wedding of vida a on ins
bile, Alabama, her daughter, Jessica King, of Bell, to fua
At left: Bienville James Long, of Old Town, son of Ms.
Oysters were a Martha Osteen, of Old Town:
delicious appetizer. The wedding is set for Saturday, Gilchrist County 4-Hers are now
April 13, at Fort Fanning, in Fanning selling Vidalia onions in ten pound
"People bring happiness to this place, had added a couple shavings of Par- Springs, with a reception to follow at bags for $ 10/bag.
some by entering...some by leaving." mesan cheese over the top before the Women's Club of Dixie' County, The onions, which are grown in Vi- From the wall at broiling the oysters until the tops in Cross City. dalia, Georgia, will be picked up in
Frm te wll t boilng he ystrs ntilthetop ____________________ May and subsequently delivered by
Wintzell's Oyster House were a little brown but the oyster was loal 4-H mebqerstoy teir buy
still nice and plump. They were not Marriage Applications c4-H members to their buyers.
We spent a few days in Alabama dried out, just warmed through... offset costs of Camp Cherry Lake,
last week. Our daughter, Carrie, Another interesting thing about Robert Verdean Buffer, 50, and Te- 4-H day camps,and national judging
granddaughter Allie Claire and I Wintzell's was Willie Brown who rsa Beice Hf, 39, both of New- trips.
went to Mobile for a quick visit. A has been opening oysters at Wintzells berry. The sale ends on April 30, call the
few months ago we saw an article in for the past 43 years. No kidding the Bar John Weaver, 59, and Kim 30, cor the
The Cottage Journal magazine about man could pop off the top shell of an Denise Webster, 55, both of Bell. information.
Charles Phillips Antiques and Archi- oyster in a blink. I can't even imagine
tecturals. Mr. Phillips is a Mobile how many oysters Willie has opened
4tive and has. his business on old in his long career. HEAT & A IR ELECTR"AL
family land near Theodore, Alabama -Wlitzlisopenedits door in which is just a tad south of Mobile. and it still going,*.tong at its first,, Going to see Mr. Phillips'.wares was location on Dauphin street. They Sales, Service & Installation Residential & Commercial
dur inspiration for the trip. have several other locations now, All Makes & Models Service Installation
Allie had a few days off for Spring but I would go back to the old downBreak from Miss Marsha's Play- town Mobile location if I ever get the CALL DOES
school in Folkston, so it seemed like chance to eat there again. Besides ONE IT ALL!
the perfect time for an all girls get-a- they don't have Willie at any of the James Long is shown placing an engagement ring on Jessica King's way. This tradition of a girls trip has other restaurants, so they can't possi- left hand, prior to their wedding, which is planned for Saturday. RA0016184 I ER0004960
been around for a very long time in bly be as good. The wait staff was ex- "
our family. It started many years ago tremely good. At first, I just thought __________________463__3060when my mother, Donis Beauchamp we were extra lucky to get the. great
and I took Carrie to Callaway Gar- young waiter we had, but as I began NOTICE OF M EETING
dens during her Spring Break when looking around I noticed that every PPain Relief for to Grandparents!
she was 6 or 7. table had a good water. PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Gilchrist County SHP Loan_ Pat er.vor to G
: Anyway, Carrie and I are not likely It's been a long time since I've Review Committee will hold a regular meeting on Thursday, Activator Methods@
toet any kind of worthwhile family been to a restaurant with better atmo- at A Painless Chiropractic Adjustment
family~~~ April 11, 2013, t3:00 p.m. in the Gilchrist County Oe 5YasEprec
traditions slip away, so off to Mo- sphere, maybe it was just the age of O
bile we went, and as always we had the building, or the happy and help- Commissioners' Building, at 210 South Main Street, Trenton, Consultation On Request. Most Insurance Accepted.
a: wonderful time. I can't help but ful staff, or the thousands of sayings Florida. Robert L Vaughan Jr. DC
brag, my 4, year old granddaughter' covering the walls. is the best little traveler and her Me- Needless to say, I'll never buzz PLEASE BE ADVISED that if a person decides to appeal any Office Hours: Walk-ins Welcome 24 HOUR
Me truly loved having some. time to though Mobile again on 1-10 without decision made at such meeting or hearings, he will need to ensure Monday, Wednesday EMERGENCY
spend with her. stopping off at Wintzells for another that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record &F Fnday SERVICE
We stopped off in Fairhope, Ala- plate of oysters h 325 W. Wade St. (Hwy 26) 3 Blocks west of light in Trenton
bama to do a little shopping and just Next week I'll have more on our includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to get out of the car after riding about girls trip, be based.
five hours. Fairhope is such a sweet --Charlotte Pedersen N T C
little town with lots "of nice shops The following recipe does not have N T C
to browse in, although there did not a thing to do with Mobile. It just hap- Program Administrator The Gilchrist County State Housing Initiative Partnership
seem to be as many shops open as pened to be a recipe I found online Pub: April 11.2013b (SHIP) Program will hold a SHIP Educational Course at 6:00
there was about four years ago when when John wanted Banana Pudding we last visited the area. and I did not want to go to the store p.m. on Thursday, April 11, 2013, in the Gilchrist County
'After a couple hours we made our for Vanilla Wafers. Commissioners Building, at 210 South Main Street, Trenton,
way on to Mobile late Thursday af- These sweet wafer cookies are mersonatemoon and decided to go downtown crunchy like a Vanilla Wafer but lotsI Sh O"n e s n Florida. The Class is free and open to the public. Anyone
to eat supper. better. They are easy to make and applying for a SHIP loan is'required to attend a SHIP
SThat's right we ventured off I-10 wonderful in a banana pudding or just se v cyo g t
and traveled into the heart of old as a snack. Our grandson, Gus gave se v c m ean o e class. If you have" any questions, pleaSe call the SHIP.
downtown Mobile. We found it to be a them a thumbs up and Gus knows his 4 rga fiea 5-6-01
really neat city with lots of old l800s cookies.' to tlw e s n hrot~dre
buildings still intact. We decided after 'FCalteP ere
much discussion that we would eat at Program Administrator
Wintzell's Oyster House. I was ques- / W Pub April 11. 2013b
t~ouing our decision when I read the
sign out front which stated, "Oysters, 1/2 cup butter, softened....... Fried... .Stewed. ...& Nude!!!,,.. 1 cup sugar W
'But, oh what a good choice we 1 egg, room temperature o v r o & it
made. We ordered Bienville Oysters 1 1/4 teaspoons pure vanilla
because the menu described the dish 1 1/3 cup all-purpose flour rer ow r & G f s
as oysters covered with shrimp, crab 3/4 teaspoon baking powder
fiheat and Parmesan sauce. Those 1/4 teaspoon salt yourr Full Service Florist"
cqysters turned out to be simply divine. Carre and I split an order of six Heat oven to 350 degrees. Beat BEN COLSON LARRY MERRITT 721 East Wade Street,* Trenton, Florida 32693
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'Now, I have to admit we do love Add the flour mixture and beat on
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Page Four GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL THURSDAY, APRIL 11; 2013
By Angie Land
L region What if you received a letter that
began like this: "Dear Friend, do not
fu n raisers be surprised at the painful trial" you
are suffering, as though something
strange were happening to you, but
.e rejoice..." Right about now I would
start hoping this letter was delivered
to the wrong address and wonder
who in their right mind would rejoice
r About suffering? But then you read V ~on ...
Submitted .that you participate in the sufThe American Legion Ladies Aux- ferings of Christ, so that you may
iliary Unit 91 will be hosting a garage be overjoyed when his glory is resale and fundraiser on Saturday, April vealed.. .for it is time for judgment to
13, at 8 a.m., until finished, begin with the family iof God: and if
The garage sale will be held at the it begins with us, what will the outAmerican Legion Post 91 meeting come be for those who do not obey Angie Land
on US Highway 129 across from the the gospel of God?" (1 Peter 4:12"Field of Dreams." % 13,17) we have spent too many generation
Items for sale will include children According to this passage, we can looking out for our own interests and
and adult clothing, loads of adult w ill b rejoice in suffering when our prior- growing callous to the immorality
jeans, lots of household items, kitchen ,ity is God's glory rather than our own around us, shrugging it off as some
items, and home ddcor. Please come Wd b 'o w ls l comfort! As humans we can get so one else's problem. Now the result of
out to see all of our items to find that engrossed in making our own nest that indifference, is sitting squarely
/thing that you have been searching comfortable we may grow immune to on our doorsteps. What will we doz
for. All proceeds will be used by the g tlthe suffering of the rest of the world. According to this passage the great
Ladies Auxiliary for scholarships and ac i nd f rod bn kWe become callous to the fact that news for all of us is first, as Chris'
for programs to help the children in many people (even our own friends tians, God is our Father and the disour community. Bell Woodturners are shown on the back row, from left, Mr. Charles, Mr. Greg, and Mr. Gary and and family) are walking through this cipline starts with His children. HeThe American Legion Riders Mr. Jimmy. Middle row, Tucker, Hannah, Nelson, Cheyenne, and Karina. Front'row is Austin, Kalin, life and into eternity without ever brews 12:11 confirms what we know%Chapter 91 will sponsor a BBQ fund- having met Christ. This time of hard- "No discipline seems pleasant at-the
raiser on Saturday, April 13, 11 a.m. nd Bayley. The Bell Woodturners helped members of the Mossy Oaks 4-H Club turn wooden bowls ship facing our country is a golden time, but painful. Later on, however, to 3 p.m. on March 30. The bowls will be auctioned off for the "Bread of the Mighty Food Bank" fundraiser opportunity to realize that the luxury it produces a harvest or righteousLive music will be provided. The coming up in May. surrounding us will not last, nor will ness and peace for those who have
public is invited for a day of fun. All it satisfy. Sadly, this luxury has only been trained by it." Anyone who
proceeds will benefit local veterans i lch rist Ct H N reserved to blind us to the reality that is or has been a parent understands
and their families. Come out and sup- / we need God. this perfectly, discipline is necessary
port your local veterans and youth G ilch ris C o u n ty 4 -H N e w s It is comforting to me that this pas- to produce great kids! Secondly, if
The American Legion Jamerson- By Chris Decubellis, sage tells us not to be surprised at we respond to God's discipline, thi
Sheffield Post 91 hosts Bingo every 4-H Agent Horse-Bayley Jones, Health and the trials we are going through, this outcome for those who do not knoW
Tuesday evening. Safety-Austin Jones, Chandler Ash, means it didn't catch God not look- God will be much brighter, we will
h a d and Karina Turner, Leisure and ing! In His love for us, He will allow step outside our isolated lives and
Bingo hall is located at 4200 South of our 4-Her's who participated in the Performing Arts-Nelson 'Turner, us to suffer the consequences of our' grow concerned about the suffering
U.S. Highway 129 across from the for, 4Hr w attribue all in tues Earth Scinece-Darien Thompson and own choices, not to punish us, but to of others and show them by our e4"Field of Dreams." fair, and I attribute all of your success Jacob Roberts, Food Preparation- motivate us to choose Him. With this ample how able God is to meet our'
Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. Regu- on the quality of young people in the Raelin Colley, Hailee Howard, Dottie motivation, perhaps we will again needs during times like these, may
lar games start at 7 p.m. county and on the dedication of our Kahn Siegeland Joshua Akin, choose Him as our founding- fathers be so, because every heart matters!
Sixteen Bingo games are played, 4-H leaders. Consumer Education and Money Nioinn Uner Go d A s Ange
with variable jackpots that depend on member 4-H members, to the Managment-Merdith Webber and Nat'iown they establ Christians An "
thenumberofplayerspresent. Forth thank your, club leaders for all they TeMa nielthild andbHuangiv t e number s aded e do to help you throughout the year! Tucker McDaniel, Child and Human_Development-Allie Madem, Natural '
last game, one number is added each weeomn-AleMdwm aua
week to win a jackpot (minimum of Also, thank you to all the leaders, Resources-Cheyenne Siegel, Civic $150.00, maximum of $250.00), with parents and 4-H members who and Leadership Developmenta consolation prize of $50.00. volunteered in the concession stand. Spencer Hewitt, Share The Fun- ages 8 to 18 are invited to camp at
Proceeds will provide support for It was hard work, but fun and we all Meredith Webber, Hannah Turner, 4-H Camp Cherry Lake June 24-28, local youth and veterans such as enjoyed the fellowship (and the fried Jacob Smith, Samantha Johnson- 2013. scholarships, sponsorship in Boys CareleStreit, Chandler Ash, Tucker Camp Cherry Lak offers Ch
State program, and donations to Cub McDaniel, Nelson Turner, Cheyenne swimming, canoeing, nature
Scout Pack 406, as well as other vetD Siegel, Karina Turner and Joshua education, archery, fun games and The Florida Highway Patrol at the time of the accident. Troops
bDistrict Events Akin, Fashion Review-Trinitee Fore, fun times with fellow 4-H members reported that a Cross City woman Glen Ganus reported the driver wq
"large diamond" game. District Events is May 4 in Alivia Fuquay, Caitlin Thompson- from Gilchrist, Dixie, Lafayette, was charged with Careless Driving charged with Careless Driving, and
The proceeds Post 91 receives from Lafayette County. The following 4- Ruede, Kia Rich, Ashtyn Fuquay, Suwannee and Union counties, after she failed to control the Ford the passenger was charged with no game # 15 each week will be donated H members qualified to participate in Richard Lane Clarke, Kalin Siegel, 4-H members who turn in a record Explorer, she and a passenger were seat belt. The. women were both to Cub Scout Pack 406. District Events with a demonstration,
t.ilstrctEed witak sa themunfaion, Spencer Hewitt, Kailey Roux, book with get $10 off the price of traveling in, on April 6, at 3:25 p.m. transported to a hospital where the' The public is welcome to our Bingo illustrated talk, share the fun, fashion Joshua Akin, Holly Brown, Skyl& camp.- Heather J, IValentine, 29, was were treated for serious injuries.
games. Come join us for an evening Pb spe akin eNeilson, Kloe-.Pattengale, Alizabe: Atlyone, iwho'really'iwarhts 'to' go driving south,,on,,SR 55 ,in Dixie _______to ou Bingo. reo s provided Publimpeaking endsr-Etn J Morehouse, Brandon Mason, Chlo# to camp, but can't afford the price County when tl.Exlt r she was to our Bingopatrons. Bisop, Animal Industry-Erin Jones, Brown, Alexa Neilson, Laci Davis, is asked to call Mr. Chris at the driving left the on the igh'
Samantha Johnson-Streit, Kinsey Extension Office. Camp will cost shoulder. The vehicle swerved as the Colley, Raelin Colley and Dottie around $150. driver attempted to correct the line of
FW C lifts Santa Fe River Fore. aon travel before over correcting, 'causing
4-H members who qualify in any the vehicle to rotate in a counter
category, District Events is May 4 at Record Books clockwise direction. The vehicle Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
bn r8:30 a.m. in Mayo. Record books are due into the came back onto the roadway, crossing will hold it's annual Spring Yard ana
Gilchtist County Extension Office by the median and both lanes of travel, Bake Sale on April 12 and 13, from $ Santa Fe River floodwaters at the Martin Redmond, area supervisor at 5 p.m. on June 7. before over turning three and one- a.m. until 2 p.m.
Three Rivers gauge fell below 17 the FWC's Lake City office. Day Classes --- half times and landing on the roof. Someone else's clutter might be
feet, allowing for the deactivation of "There are now no active idle- This summer Gilchrist County The passenger in the vehicle, Faith your treasure. Come see what we
boating restrictions that have been in speed, no-wake zones on the river 4-H will offer some very exciting Poultry Judging Contest M.Davis,25of OldTown was reported have available, buy some goodies, effect since March 31. system, but we would request that day classes, including Woodturning, Aninformal county Poultry Judging to have 'not been wearing a seat belt and enjoy a hotdog.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Con- boaters be aware that there is still Bacon Camp, Life 101, Horse Day, Contest will be held on Monday, June servation Commission (FWC) lifted quite a bit of debris on the rivers," River Day, Health Day, History Day 3 at the 4-H Clubhouse beginning at 3 the idle-speed, no-wake restriction on Redmond said. and Sewing Classes. p.m. to help prepare our county teams BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH '
Zone 5, which runs from River Rise An idle-speed, no-wake restric- Specific dates and times for each for the state contest and to determine "Committed to living and sharing the message of God's love." in O'Leno State Park west to the con- tion means a vessel must proceed at a day class will be announced in May. the four best senior judges. fluence of the Suwannee River. This speed no greater than what is required The contest is open to any 4-H Bible Study 9:45 a.m.
32-mile segment is an idle-speed, no- to maintain steerageway and headway member in the county who would Sunday Worship 11 a.m. & 6 p.m.
wake zone when the Santa Fe River in that river zone. At no time is any Camp Cherry Lake like to try poultry judging! Call for Prayer & Discipleship Wed. 7 p.m.
reaches 17 feet, as indicated on the vessel required to proceed so slowly Gilchrist County 4-H members details! Three Rivers gauge, where flood that the operator is unable to control Youth Praise & Worship Wed. 6:30 p.m.
stage is 19 feet. it or anything it may be towing. Awana Program Wed. 5:45 p.m.
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By Todd Bryant
had three games,
all at home, this
On Monday, April lst, the Tigers
faced the Dixie County Bears at Ti- Kathy's All Things Preschool students Hunter L., Zane Mc., Justin H., Zane T., Sarah T., and Cason J., ger field. The two teams met earlier planting potatoes.
in the season with THS winning the
contest. The Tigers started junior
Lemonade tand right-hander Kyle Wiggins on the Bell preschoolers plant a spring garden
a mound. Wiggins gave a good performance, pitching three innings, while Spring break was an opportune groups. okra on the edge of the garden, so the
b t ae only giving up one hit, a lone home time for the children enrolled at Each year we try to grow a veg- adults can harvest it for the children,
run. After three innings, Wiggins Kathy's All Things Preschool to get etable we haven't grown before This and our children can avoid the itch. was replaced by Michael Smith, an the spring garden planted. Everyone year we added okra and butternut We are fortunate that our zinnias
On March 15, two Trenton Elementary School students held a 8th grader, who normally plays third participated in planting, even the af- squash,to go along with our toma- always volunteer each spring, from
fundraiser to help raise money for teachers. Charlee Hines and base for the Tigers. Smith pitched the ter-schoolers who were with us, by toes, potatoes, cucumber, squash, and the year before, so we have beautiful last four innings, and gave up one un- coming into the garden area in small zucchini. We were careful to plant the flowers also! Railee McKenzie meet with Mrs. Langford weeks-prior to the earned run, on 4 hits, 3 walks, and 2
day to come up with a plan to help raise money. They wanted stakeouts. The Dixie Bears were only
to help buy items for the teachers and thought selling lemonade able to scratch out 2 runs against the the Bell Bulldogs earlier in the week went to work. Smith faced thirteen The Bell game will be the Tigers' was a great plan. Every week they would meet and plan and Tigers. Offensively, the Tigers strug- and had replaced Bell as the third batters over the next 3 innings, giving last regular season district game this
make posters. The girls were excited about what they were do- gled some on the bases. Although the place team in the standings. Tren- up 3 hits and no walks,while striking year.
ing. Charlee and Railee ended up raising $25. They cannot wait Tigers were able to get 10 hits, there ton remained in first place and Hill- out 3. 'the Tigers took the lead in the The Tigers stole 6 bases during the to let the teachers spend the money. TES will see future lemon- were several rallies, killed by poor iard followed in second. The Tigers first inning and stayed out in front of Bronson game, bringing their total ade stands from these two girls. base running. Stephen Smith had two started senior Corbin Wiggins on the Eagles the entire game. Wiggins to 114 for the year. Jonathan Smith
hits, including a double and a home the mound. Wiggins began the night was able to collect his seventh win of leads the Tigers with 30 steals. Clif I run. Ozie Parrish and Michael Smith throwing fastballs, to get ahead in the the year. Stephen Smith continued to Bryant (.556), Stephen Smith (.524) also had 2 hits each. count, and then following up with his stay hot, going 2 for 4 on the night, and Hunter Parrish (.500). continue
D U R O NA W ILLIA MN3'S The Tigers won 7-2, and improved curve ball. Wiggins pitched the first with a home run. Jonathan Smith had to lead the Tigers offensively. Corbin
D ijRiijN VW fLL UIA M. to 16-0, while Kyle Wiggins got his four innings and only faced twelve 2 hits and Clif Bryant had 2 hits, in- Wiggins leads the Tiger pitching staff
fifth win of the season. hitters, striking out 4 and walking cluding his 10th double of the year. with 7 wins.
On Tuesday April 2nd, the Tigers none. Wiggins only threw 35 pitches The Tigers won 7-0, improving to 18- Come out this week, see a ballR EE SER VIC E hosted the Mayo Hornets. in his seventh start. Since Stephen 0 overall and 9-0 in district play. game, enjoy a hot dog, and support
Licensed and Insured A It Phases of Tree Work Mayo lost to Trenton earlier in the Smith had not pitched during the The Tigers host PK Yonge on Tues- the Tigers.
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4/11 FCAT Retakes five innings to end the contest early.
4:00pm JV baseball game vs/Trenton @Trenton After five innings, the Tigers had
5/7 pm JV/V softball game vs/Taylor County @Taylor w 1 and SErVtoES
7:00pm Varsity baseball game vs/Trenton @Trenton won, 10-0, and improved to 17-0.
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qeftit Cacudttj Land ~hnate6
Dove Investment Corp., Camie 16-10-15 Multiple Parcels. Fogle and Clinton Peoples, personal
Cummings, and Maria Micciche to Shane Maddox and Timothy Mar- representative deed, $120,000.00,
Florida Credit Union, certificate of tin to Riverwalk of Fanning Springs Lot 11 Hart Springs Estates 1st Adtitle, $100.00, Lot 30 The Lakes. Ownership Association, warranty dition. George Delgado and Jackie L. Del- deed, $10.00, Lot 35 Riverwalk of Nicholas R. Byrant, Jr., and Virgingado to Bank of America NA, certifi Fanning Springs Phase 1, 20-10-14- ia G. Bryant to Andrea Renee Lee and cate of title, $100.00, Lot 12 Suwan- 0302-0000-0350. Paul D. Parsons, Sr., warranty deed,
nee Gil Farms Unit 2. Grady Lee Farnbach, and Aline $23,000.00, Lot 18 Forest Woodlands
Gilchrist County Clerk of Court, Marie Smith to Aline Marie Smith, Estates, 320814008300000180. David B. Hall, and Robin L. Hall, to quit claim deed, $10.00, Lot 5 Wells Fargo Bank NAto The Town 4 David E. Roberts and Wanda L. Rob Block 56 Trenton Original Survey, of Bell, quit claim deed, $23,700.00,
erts, tax deed, $9,200.00, Lot 3 Rock 16105004800560050. Lots 35 & 36 Kushier Addition to
Bluff 090814029100000030. Shaun Donvan and Secretary of Bell,300815003700000350.
A. R. Cox, A. R. Cox Estate, Housing and Urban Development to Adina Swan to Steven M. Swan,
and Gilchrist County Clerk Of Terif Investments LLC, 'warranty quit claim deed, $10.00, Lot 15 Honey Court, to to Cindy Bayer and Ed- deed,$35,000.00,Lot249Waccasassa Bee Farms, 121016009700000150. So ward Bayer, tax deed, $2,200.00, Campsites, 151016056124900000. Ernest A. Chewning to Ernest A.
250814000000400000. BAC Home Loans Servicing LP Chewning and Cynthia A. Chestnut,
.' Wendell Jerome Wright and Debra FKA Countrywide Home Loans Ser- warranty deed, $10.00, Lot 145 Pine
Kay Wright to Devon Kay Studstill vicing LP and Bank of America NA Estates, 091015010800001450. and Bruce Alan Studstill, warranty to Secretary of Housing and Urban Harry G. Simmons to Hardeed, $10.00, 201016000000020000 Development, warranty deed, $10.00, riet S. Durden, Harry G. Simmons, A n n u al Portion of. Lot 27, The Hills. and Vance G. Simmons, warranty
I Linda S. Ellis NKA Lin- Maureen Nadler and Steven M. deed, $10.00, Lot 32 Norfleet Pines,
da S. Dexter to Mark C. Fritz, Nadler to Millicent Havrilla and 011016020400000320. warranty deed, $251,000.00, William Taylor, warranty deed, Homeward Residential Inc. FKA 16081600000002000A. $349,900.00, 360914000000060022. American Home Mortgage ServicCristina R. Pacitti and Mark A. Tina Marie Kalbfleisch to Tina ing, Ameriquest Mortgage Sercuties Pacitti to Eco Rio Ranch LLC, Marie Kalbfleisch and Adelle Lin- Inc., and Deutsche Bank National # "warranty deed, $190,000.00, dow, quit claim deed, $10.00, Trust Company Trust, to Lisa Aileen
260714025800000270 & 10104000000060030. Keller and Ted L. Keller, warranty
F ly -in 260714000000010010, Lot 27 Su- Donald B. Williamson to deed, $100,500.00, Lot 35 Gil Crest
wannee Shores and 260714. CSWABS, Inc, Bank of New York Farm, 080915007500000350.
County Road 319, just southeast Latonya D. Hodge and Les- Mellon FKA The Bank of New York,
of Trenton, was the place to be over lie L. Hodge to Eco Rio Ranch certificate of title, 14-09-14, 21the weekend as helicopter enthusiasts LLC, warranty deed, $360.000.00, 2009-CA-000151. Florida M useum
flew in to the Composite FX. 260714000000010011 & 0012. John R. Rowe Rentals Inc., to Brad
According to Dwight Junkin, own- Albert E. Douglas to Sherry D. Surrency and Elizabeth Surrency, will hold plant sale
er of Composite FX, the company Fudge, quit claim deed, $10.00, warranty deed, $72,000.00, 12-08is hoping to begin flight testing on a 120814000000330000. 14-0000-0024-0000. The Florida Museum of Natural
two seat model called "The Swift" by Sherry D. Fudge to Robert Vincent LoriT. Karabedianto JosephB. Gil- History will celebrate Earth Day with
the end of 2013. Hovey, warranty deed, $35,000.00, liam and Marisa D. Gilliam, warranty its annual bioblitz from 10 a.m. to 3
The fly-in drew just over 20 air- 120814000000330000. deed, $45,000.00, Lot 20 Meadow p.m., April'20, and butterfly-friendly
crafts to Trenton, with pilots coming Richard W. Towers and Terrie Wood Trails, 350914029800000200. plant sale, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m,
in from as far as Melbourne. "_Lynn Towers to Richard W. Towers Jennifer Brecklin Davenport and April 19-21.
Trustee, Terrie Lynn Towers Trust- Maxi Petion to Jennifer Breck- The plant sale is one of the mus ee, and Richard W. Towers Trust lin Petion, quit claim $10.00, Lot seun's largest of the year, featur"C r cke C o bo w ll pe k A ril 18 Agreement, warranty deed, $10.00, 38 Block B Andrews Coleman, ing more than 125 species including
"C racker C o w boy" w ill speak A p l 18 Lots I & 5 Meadow Wood Trails, 1610150038000B0380. wildlife-friendly and Florida native
350914029800000010. Jack Mccormack Limited Partner- plants. The bioblitz aims to teach
Submitted Guest speaker will be Levy Coun- for his paintings. Linda P. Metzler to Lester P. Met- ship II, to Lewis I. Sr., Per Rep, and visitors about how items go from beThe Cedar Key Historical Society try's own "Cracker Cowboy," William He started painting when he was zler, quit claim deed, $10.00, Lot Johnny L. Stokes Estate, quit claim ing collected in the field to becoming will host the fourth and final monthly "Bill" Roberts. 15-years-old and over the years de- KKL&S 300706005700000100. deed, $10.00, Lot 11 Hart Springs part of the Museum collection.
coffee of the 2013 season on Thurs- Bill is a well-known Cedar Key veloped a unique art style to portray Gilchrist County Housing Author- Estates 1st Addition. For more information, visit www.
day, April 18, 2013 at 10 a.m. artist who has won numerous awards his surroundings. ity to North Central Florida Housing Lewis I. Smiley, Sr., Per Rep and flmnh.ufl.edu/butterflies/plant-sales.
As a young man chasing cattle in Authority, quit claim deed, $10.00, Johnny L. Stokes Estate to Thomas L. htm or call 352-846-2000. the Florida Everglades, the subject
of Bill's paintings were cowboy reSouthern Tre & Brake lated. "N TC
Southern Tire & Brake When Bill and his family moved PLEASE TAKE NOTICE
626 North Main St. Trenton to the Cedar Keys in 1982, Bill's art for
subjects expanded to include many Shigle Landing will be closed construction
Cedar Keys scenes.
63-6050 In addition to his art, Bill also is until further notice.
463, 050 an accomplished story teller and de- .n..a c
lights and entertains audiences wt
tales of his days chasing and round- Ther.....e'wille be no publicaccess avaiab e.
Brakes ing up cattle in South Florida. This
program is guaranteed to delight per- Sorry for the inconvenience.
Oil Change sons of all ages.
Alignment The program will be held at the go 00 g
New & Used Tires Cedar Key Community Center, 6 and
Streets, Cedar Key. Gilchrist County Board of County Commissioners
To reach the Center, turn ight off
SR 24 at Annie's Restaurant and (352) 463-3198.
Does your car need work, but you don't have the time? drive two blocks north.
Teachers, call John and we can arrange to pick your The Center is on your right.
For more information, please convehicle up and return it before the last bell. tact the Cedar Key Historical Society
at (352) 543-5549.
Call John to schedule service for your car The public is cordially invited to
attend this meeting.
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collecting appliances (washers, dryers, refrigerators, freezers, i me
stoves) and tires free of charge April 6. 2013 through April 13,
2013. rana o
There will be no limit on appliances and a limit of five (5) tires
per person per day. We will accept car and light truck tires
ONLY. No large truck or agricultural tires. Appliances and tires Bell Elementary Trenton Elementary
must be taken to the recycling center in Bell. For more (352) 463-3275 (352) 4332
information please call 463-3185.
Remember to Reduce, Reuse, & Recycle...
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favorite songs was "What a Won- Pearl and John Stewart. Dale left James Austin "Jake" Townsend, Barderful World", by Louis Armstrong, home at the early age of 15 and start- rett McCoy "Bear" Townsend, Naand her favorite saying was, "Jesus, ed the adventure that was his life. He than Leroy Townsend, Aaron Leroy Jesus, Jesus, I trust in thee." If you lived all over the United States, from Townsend, David Leroy Townsend, were lucky enough to know her, you Delaware to Arizona, Washington to Heath Harlan Campbell, and Jarrod were pretty, lucky. Florida, and many states in between. Allen Campbell.
Mr. George A. 60 years, Omega Arline McLeod; his Myers of Homestead; and four grand- Services will be at the Queen of He loved the freedom of the road, Honorary pallbearers were Thurparents; three bothers, Alec, William, children. Peace Catholic Church, in Gaines- whether it was with the wind in his man Roddenberry, Billy RoddenberDelaino, Sr. and Clifford; and two sisters, Sally Memorial services for Mrs. Myers ville, on Thursday, Apr. 1lth, at 11 face on a Harley, or behind the wheel ry, Lagran Saunders, Jack HenderMr. George A. Delaino. Sr., 86, and Myrtie. were held on Wednesday, April 10, a.m., and at St. Stanislaus Parish of a semi-truck. Dale always took the son, Dennis Tucker, Johnny Daniels,
of Cedar Key, passed away April 2, Survivors include sons, Tom (El- 2013, at 11:00 a.m., at Turning Point Posen, Illinios, on Saturday, Apr. road just to "see where it will go." Ken "Stoney" Burke, Don Davis, 2013, at Haven Hospice of the Tri len) McLeod of Pensacola, and Bill Ministry, Reverend Kent Zimmer- 13th, at 10 a.m. He is survived by his son, Dale J. Jayson Kirk, John Townsend, Dale
Counties in Chiefland. He was born (Ginny) McLeod of Gainesville; mann officiated. Any donations can be made to (Debbie) Stewart, of Virginia; daugh- Townsend, Ralph Coleman, Doug
in Cedar Key to the late W. P and daughter, Dot (Jim) Taylor of Cedar In lieu of flowers, the family has Park Lawn Association in Memory ter, Tonna (Josh) Hartsock, of Idaho; Townsend, and Lyn Townsend. Edna "Essie" Estelle (Bertine) Delai- Key; seven grandsons; and 10 great- requested that donation in Elsie's of Stella F. Sheehan. six grandchildren, Kelsie (9), Addi- In lieu of flowers, the family reno, on January 28, 1927. Mr. Delaino grandchildren. name be made to Turning Point Min- son (6), Adriana (10), Elizabeth (9), quests donations be made to either
proudly served his country in the There will be a funeral service and istry, P.O. Box 2440, Chiefland, FL Faith (8), and Cody (7); brothers, The Anita Townsend Nursing ScholU.S. Navy during WWII. He retired interment of ashes on Saturday, Apr. 32644-2440. Harold Stewart of Oklahoma, and arship at Wakulla Academic Boostafter 23 years with the Levy County 20, 2013, at 10:30 a.m., at Christ Hiers-Ba4ey Funeral Services, of Betty June John Stewart of Washington; and his ers, 3042 Crawfordville Highway,
School System as a carpenter. Episcopal Church, Cedar Key. Fol- Chiefland, is honored to serve the Matthews Sims sister, Mary Workman of Oklahoma. Crawfordville, FL 32327, Big Bend
He is preceded in death by his son, lowing the service, a Celebration of Myers family. Condolences may be Mrs. Betty June Matthews Sims, He also leaves behind a very spe- Hospice, 1723 Mahan Center Blvd, George A. Delaino, Jr.; brother, W. E. Life will be held at the Cedar Key offered by visiting our website at 76, passed away on Sunday, Apr. 7, cial friend and companion, Alice Wil- Tallahassee, FL 32308, or BenevoDelaino, Sr.; and sisters, Doris Delai- United Methodist Church at noon. www.hiers-baxley.com. 2013, at her residence. Betty was lis, of Trenton, Florida. She cared for lence Fund, First Baptist, 3086 Crawno, Anne Rowland, Virginia Walrath The family requests everyone wear born on October 13, 1936, in Tren- him and was by his side holding his fordville Highway, Crawfordville, FL
and Geri Rohrbacher. orange and blue in honor of Grady's ton, to Lester Matthews and Myrtie hand when he lost his fight against 32327.
He is survived by his wife, Laura lifelong support of the Florida Ga- 4_i Colson Matthews. She was a lifelong cancer. The family received friends on
Jean Delaino of Cedar Key; sons, tors. resident of the area, a homemaker He was greatly loved and will be Tuesday, Apr. 9, 2013, from 5:00
Timothy Delaino and Jay Delaino; In lieu of flowers, expressions of and she attended the Suwannee River greatly missed. p.m. to 8:00 p.m., at the First Baptist
four grandsons; two great-grandsons; sympathy may be made to Christ Baptist Church. Church, Crawfordville.
and many nieces and nephews. Episcopal Church, PO Box 210, Ce- She is preceded in death by a sister, Funeral services were WednesMemorial services were on Satur- dar Key, FL 32625; Haven Hospice Lorece Fowler. M An ad day, Apr. 10, 2013, at 10:00 a.m., at
day, Apr. 6, 2013, at 2:00 p.m., at the of the Tri Counties, 4200 NW 90th She is survived by her husband, Mrs. Ania Sauners First Baptist Church, Crawfordville.
Cedar Key Church of Christ, Brother Blvd, Gainesville 32606, or Levy Cecil R. Sims, Sr., of Trenton; four Townsend Graveside services followed at West
Daniel Carswell officiated. ARC, PO BOX 86, Otter Creek, FL daughters; Kathy McCain of Cedar Mrs. Anita Saunders Townsend Sopchoppy Cemetery, Sopchoppy.
Hiers-Baxley Funeral Services, of 32683. Key, Donna Jones, Jenelle Shelton, died on Saturday, Apr, 6, 2013, at Bevis Funeral Home, Harvey-Young
Chiefland, is honored to serve the Hiers-Baxley Funeral Services, of and Lorrie Perkins, all of Chiefland,; home, in Crawfordville. Chapel, of Crawfordville, assisted
Delaino family. Condolences may Chiefland; is honored to serve the four sons, Eldon Sims of Cedar Key, Anita was born on September 4, the family with arrangements.
be offered by visiting our website at McLeod family. Condolences may Ray Sims, Leo Sims, and Mark Sims, 1919, in Brunswick, Georgia. She
www.hiers-baxley.com be offered by visiting our website at all of Chiefland; two sisters, Imogene graduated from Sopchoppy High
www.hiers-baxley.com. Yates of Sanford, and Sharon Bachle School in 1937, and took her nursing
Mrs. S of Tallahassee; four brothers, Edsel training at Chattahoochee State Hos- Mrs. Betty Cribbs
Mrs. Stella Sheehan Matthews of Monticello," 'Donald pital, becoming an RN in 1941. She Whitehurst
Mrs. Stella Francis Matthews, and Johnny Matthews, had a varied and successful nursing Mrs. Betty Cribbs Whitehurst, 83,
McLeod both of Longview, Texas, and Gerald career. Her greatest accomplishment of Williston, passed away after an
Mr. Thomas "Grady" McLeod, 89, Mrs. Elsie A. Myers Sheehan Matthews of Chiefland; 26 grandchil- was being the Public Health Nurse extended illness at home on April 3,
went to be with his Lord and Savior Mrs. Elsie A. Myers, 83, of Mrs. Stella Francis Sheehan, 68, dren; and 34 great-grandchildren. for Wakulla County from 1951 until 2013. She joined her life partner Dan 'on Saturday, Apr. 6, 2013, at Haven Chiefland, passed away on March formerly of Posen, Illinios, died Memorial services will be held 1989. Whitehurst on their 64th anniversary.
'Hospice in Chiefland. 29, 2013, at the Tri-County Nursing March 28, Holy Thursday, in Gaines- on Saturday, Apr. 13, 2013, at 10:30 Under her guidance, many im- She was born on July 28, 1929 in
Grady was born July 4, 1923, in Home in Trenton. She was born in ville, of cancer a.m., in the chapel at Watson Funeral provements and programs were im- Bell. She was a member of the First
,Cedar Key, to William Butler and Miami, to the late Hobart and Bertha The daughter of Frank and Stella Home, with Pastor Bobby Lindsey plemented for the citizens of Wakulla United Methodist Church in WillisElizabeth (Bessie) Phelps McLeod. (Claypool) Miller, on November 1, Krygowski, she was one of 12 sib- officiating. County. Her leadership in profession- ton. She loved painting and enjoyed
-He grew up in Cedar Key, graduated 1929. She moved to Levy County in lings. Arrangements under the care of al, church and community activities spending time at her river home on
from Cedar Key School, and attended 1995 from Cutler Ridge. She is survived by her children, Watson Funeral Home of Trenton. was recognized and appreciated by the Blue Run.
,the University of Florida. Mrs. Elsie was a Charter Mem- Cary M. Sheehan, Jenny (Sheehan) Online condolences or to sign the many in Wakulla County and the sur- She was preceded in death by her
After retiring from Graybar Elec- ber of Turning Point Ministry in Cannon, their families, and seven guest book at www.watsonfhtrenton. rounding area. She loved Wakulla husband, Daniel E. Whitehurst, Sr. 'tric Company, where he was District- Chiefland. She was a homemaker but of her brothers and sisters. She was com. County and it loved her. She is survived by her sons, EmOperating Manager for both the Mi- also was a substitute school teacher "Granny Stella" to eight grandchil- She is predeceased by her husband, mett Whitehurst and Monty (Polami and Tampa Districts, he returned for the Dade County School System dren and six great-grandchildren. C.L. Townsend, Sr.; two infant sons; ly) Whitehurst; daughter, Suzanne
to Cedar Key in 1985 with his wife, for 10 years. She was a quilter and She was a not just a Registered her parents, Bill and Mattie Sanders Whitehurst; eight grandchildren; and
Omega. Grady and Omega loved helped to organize and build the Quilt Nurse, but a loving caregiver to Mr. Charles Smith of Sopchoppy; and brothers, W.T. eight great-grandchildren.
-traveling, visiting family, working Museum. She enjoyed sewing but many. She always had a love for good Mr. Charles Smith, Jr., 71, of Sanders and J.D. Saunders. Graveside services willbie held on
in their church, and caring for fam- above all, it was her family and serv- art, good food, good friends, and she Chiefland, passed away on Wednes- Anita is survived by her sister, Friday, Apr. 5, 2013, at 3:00 p.m., jly and friends. He was an avid Ga- ing her Lord that gave her the most herself was a wonderful artist and an day in Indianapolis, Indiana, sur- Juanita S. Roddenberry of Sopchop- at Orange Hill Cemetery, with Rev:tor fan and loved fishing the waters enjoyment in life. exceptional baker and cook. rounded by family, after a short ill- py; sons, C.L. Townsend, Jr., of Plant erend Frank James and Pastor Will
-of the Gulf. She is preceded in death by her As a mother, the love she gave her ness. Born in London, Kentucky, he City, and Jack Light Townsend, Sr., Clark officiating.
, Grady served as Vice President of husband, Dwight Richard Myers, Sr. children will be shared and passed moved to Indiana and retired to Flori- of Temple Terrace; their wives: lone In lieu of flowers, the family ask :the Cedar Key Historical Society, was She is survived by her daughter, for many generations. She was a lov- da in 1990. After his semi repair busi- and Helen; eight grandsons; four that donations be made to Haven ,a former Dale Carnagie instructor, a Bobbie Jean (Greg) Scott of Peachtree ing sister, giving friend, and gentle ness, his passion was "horse trading." great-grandsons; and a multitude of Hospice 311 NE 9th Street Chiefland, :,past member of the vestry of Christ -City, Georgia; sons, Charles Law- spirit. She would get on her soap box He loved swap shop, yard sales, and nieces, nephews and "adopted daugh- FL 32626, or the First United Meth:Fpiscopal Church, and a Florida Pio- rence Myers of Chiefland, Dwight all day long for Pro-Life, and if you flea markets. ters and sons." odist Church of Williston, FL.
eer Descendant. Richard (Sandy) Myers of South knew her at all, you knew not to take He is preceded in death by first Pallbearers for Anita are her Arrangements are under the care of
He was predeceased by his wife of Dakota, and William Russell (Nora) the Lord's name in vain. One of her wife, Thelma Bennett Smith; second grandsons, Jack Light Townsend, Jr., Knauff Funeral Home-Williston.
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three brothers; a sister; and dog PepHe is survived by his four loving
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and Cynthia; nine grandchildren; six
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80/650 89/294 111/345 119/576 TAX PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, the Introductions # 20371, located thereon, owned by and
r DEED 2004/4087 Gilchrist County Board of County Corn- Review current member roster in possession of the Mortgagor.. I
Assessed To: missioners, in and for Gilchrist County, Suggestions for new members Tax Parcel ID# 1307140380000C10
L e a1ot11V P AZELTON WHITELY Florida, will hold a Regular Meeting on Review of current project lists The action was instituted in the Eighth
All of the above property is located in Monday, Apr. 15, 2013, at 4:00 p.m., Review and discussion on finished Judicial Circuit Court, Gilchrist County
Unlss uchcertificate shall be re- Meeting Facility, located. at 2 10 South Discussion on new projects to be NOCK vs. JAMES L. SUMNER, JR., IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE CA-000089 of the Circuit Court of the deemed according to Law, the Property Main Street, Trenton, Florida. The fol- added JENNIFER J. SUMNER, JERREMY L.
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN 8th Judicial Circuit in and for Gilchrist described in such Certificate will be sold lowing is a proposed agenda: Open discussion SUMNER, AMANDA SUMNER, DEBAND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY, County, Florida, wherein Florida Credit to the Highest Bidder at the front door of AGENDA Adjourn ORAH L. SUMNER, HOUSEH4OLD
FLORIDA Union, Plaintiff and Jeremy Brochey the Gilchrist County Courthouse, Tren- 1 Call to Order (4:00 p.m.) Published April 11, 2013b. FINANCE CORPORATION, AND ANY
CASE NO.: 21-2012-CA-000083 are defendant(s), I, Clerk of Court, Todd ton, Florida on the 7th day of May, 2013 2. Agenda Changes _______UNKNOWN TENANTS IN POSSESBANK OF AMERICA, N.A. Newton, will sell to the highest and at 11:00 a.m. 3. Consent Agenda NOTICE OF MEETING SION'
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO BAC best bidder for cash AT THE SOUTH TODD NEWTON 4. Public Participation NATURE COAST REGIONAL You are required to serve a copy of
HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP FKA PORTICO OF THE GILCHRIST CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT 5. Constitutional Officers WATER AUTHORITY your written defenses, if any, to the action
COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS COUNTY COURTHOUSE, LOCATED OF GILCHRIST COUNTY, FL 6. County Administrator NOTICE OF BOARD MEETING on Ray E. Thomas, Jr., Plaintiff's attorSERVICING, LP AT 112 SOUTH MAIN STREET, BY CINDY CHADWICK 7. Attorney Report The Nature Coast Regional Water Au- ney, whose address is PO. Box 39, Bell,
Plaintiff TRENTON, GILCHRIST COUNTY, DEPUTY CLERK 8. Cler 'k Report thority ("Authority") will hold a public FL 32619, on or before May 9, 2013,
V. FLORIDA, AT 11: A.M. on April 22, Publ ished April 11, 2013 9. Time Certain meeting on Wednesday, Apr. 17, 2013, and file the original with the clerk of this'
ROY L. GEER, JR. ; ANY AND ALL 2013, the following described property as ______________4:15 p.m. Lindsey Lander; Matter at 4:00 p.m., at Fanning Springs City court either before' service on 'Gilchrist
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING set forth in said Final Judgment, to-wit: of Labor Law Attorney Hall, 17651 NW 90th Court, Fanning County Courthouse, 112 S. Main Street,
BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND THE NORTH 208 FEET OF THE EAST NOTICE OF APPLICATION 4:30 p.m. Wilma Mattucci; Access Springs, Florida 32693. The Authority Trenton, FL 32693, or immediately after
AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED 208 FEET OF THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF FOR TAX DEED Florida Community Partner Board will consider the approval of meet- service; otherwise, a default will be enINDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF SOUTHWEST NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Network Agreement ing minutes and the Treasurer's Report; tered against you for the relief demanded
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE 1/4 OF SECTION 2, TOWNSHIP GILCHRIST COUNTY holder of the 5:00 p.m. Laura Dedenbach, discuss Old Town Project funding; dis- in the complaint or petition.
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID 10 SOUTH, RANGE 14 EAST, following Tax Sale Certificate has filed County Planner; SUP 20 12-04, cuss a tentative budget for the upcoming The Court has authority in this suit to
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA, said- Tax Certificate for the Tax Deed to Ellie Rays' Overnight Recreational fiscal year and; confirm a Public Work- enter a judgment or decree in the PlainAN INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, ALONG WITH THE EAST 30 FEET OF be issued thereon. The Certificate Num- Park; Request for a one-year shop Meeting in Old Town. tiff's interest which will be binding upon
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR OTHER SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF- SOUTHWEST bpr and year of Issuance, the Description extension on Special Use Permit Members of the public are encouraged you.
CLAIMANTS 1/4 OF SOUTHWEST 1/4 OFSECTION of property, and Name in which it is as- 10. Commissioners Reports to attend and provide comment at the DATED: 4/2/13
Defendant(s). 2, TOWNSHIP 10 SOUTH, RANGE sessed as follows: 11. Old Business/New Business meeting, which may be continued to a /s/ Ray E. Thomas, Jr.
.NOTICE OF SALE 14 EAST FOR THE PURPOSE OF NAME(S) OF CERTIFICATE 12. Public Participation date and time certain as announced at the Ray E. Thomas, Jr.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN INGRESS AND EGRESS, ALL LYING HOLDER(S): GILCHRIST COUNTY 13.'Adjourn meeting. For more information, includ- FLB #097825
pursuant to Plaintiff's Motion to Cancel AND BEING IN GILCHRIST COUNTY, Certificate Number: 2010-270 "Persons with disabilities request- ing a copy of the agenda, please contact Attorney for Plaintiff
and Reschedule Foreclosure Sale dated FLORIDA. Issue Date: 5/29/20 10 ing reasonable accommodations to par- Taylor Brown at (352) 463-4000 or by P.O. Box 39, Bell, FL 32619
March 11, 2013, entered in Civil Case ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN PIN: 300814008100000080 ticipate in the proceeding should contact email at email@example.com. In 352-463-0077 Fax: 352-463-0090
No. 21-2012-CA-000083 of the Circuit INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM Tax Deed File #: 1 2014TD (352)463-3169 (Voice & TDD) or via accordance with the Americans with Dis- Clerk of the Eighth
Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN Description of Property: LOTS 7 & Florida Relay Service (800)955-8771." abilities Act, any person requiring special Judicial Circuit Court
in and for Gilchrist County, Florida, THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF 8 BLK 13 WEST & JOHNSON AD- -PLEASE BE ADVISED that if a per- accommodations at the meeting should Gilchrist County, Florida
wherein the Clerk of the Circuit Court THE DATE OF LIS PENDENS MUST DIT 2004/6479 2004/6484 2005/2472 son decides to appeal any decisions made contact Taylor Brown at the contact infor- (SEAL)
will sell to the highest bidder for cash FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 AFTER 2006/4792 2006/5018 200 8/6099 by the Commission with respect to any mation provided above. If you are hear- By V. M. Wilson
on 20 day of May, 2013, at 11:00 a.m. at THE SALE. 2009/46 16 matter considered at said hearing, that ing or speech impaired, please contact the Deputy Clerk
the South door of the Gilchrist County If you are a person with a disability Assessed To: person will need a record of the proceed- Florida Relay Service at (800) 955-87710 Published April 11, 18th, 2013b.
Courthouse, 112 5. Main Street, Trenton, who needs any accommodation in CHAD FETTEROLF ings, and that for such purpose, that per- for aid in contacting Taylor Brown at______Florida 32693, relative to- the following order to participate in this proceeding, All of the above property is located in son may need to insure that a verbatim (352) 463-4000 at least two (2) days prior IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF described property as set forth in the you are entitled, at no cost to you, to~ Gilchrist county, In the State of Florida. record is made, which record includes the to the date of the meeting. THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, Final Judgment, to wit: the provision of certain assistance. Unless such certificate shall be re- testimony and evidence upon which the Each person who decides to appeal any IN AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY,
LOT 28, SUWANNEE RIVER SPRINGS, Please Contact the ADA Coordinator; deemed according to Law, the Property appeal'is to be based, decision made by the Board with respect FLORIDA
UNIT 3, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT 201 East University Avenue, Room described in such Certificate will be sold BOARD OF COUNTY to any matter considered at the meeting is CASE NO. 2012 000112 CA
THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT 410, Gainesville, Florida 32601 to the Highest Bidder at the front door of COMMISSIONERS advised that such person will need a re- FLORIDA CREDIT UNION,
BOOK 1, PAGE 67, PUBLIC RECORDS (352) 491-4490 at least 7 days before the Gilchrist County Courthouse, Tren- GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA cord of the proceedings and, accordingly, Plaintiff,
OF GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA, your scheduled court appearance, ton, Florida on the 7th day of May, 2013 SHARON A. LANGFORD, the person may need to ensure that a ver- vs.
TOGETHER WITH AN EASEMENT or immediately upon receiving this at 11:00 a.m. CHAIRMAN batim record of the proceedings is made, JODY W. CLARK AND ROBERT .E
OVER BLOCK 13, SUWANNEE notification of the time before the TODD NEWTON ATFTEST: including the testimony' and evidence LEE,
RIVER SPRINGS UNIT ONE, FOR scheduled appearance is less than CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT TODD NEWTON, upon which such appeal is to be based. Defendants.
ACCESS AND USE OF THE SPRINGS, 7 days. if you are hearing or voice OF GILCHRIST COUNTY, FL CLERK OF COURT Published April 11, 2013b.________I
AND EASEMENT OVER BLOCK impaired, call 711. BY CINDY CHADWICK Published April 11, 2013b. ______NOTICE OF ACTION
2, SUWANNEE RIVER SPRINGS, Todd Newton DEPUTY CLERK I_____ N THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR TO: JODY W. CLARK.
AND EASEMENT OVER BLOCK 2, CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Published April 11, 2013 PUBLIC NOTICE THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 77505. E. 64TH STREET
SUWANNEE RIVER SPRINGS UNIT (SEAL) __________The Gilchrist County Hazard Mitiga- IN AND FOR GILCHRIST NEWBERRY, FL 32669
ONE FOR ACCESS TO PARK AND. V M.Wilson tion Planning Committee will meet at COUNTY, FLORIDA YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
USE OF BOAT RAMP., Deputy Clerk NOTICE OF APPLICATION 10:00 a.m., on Monday, Apr. 29, 2013, at Case No: 21-2012-CA-106 to foreclose a mortgage on the following
TOGETHER WITH A 1985 COUN Submitted By: ATTORNEY FOR FOR TAX DEED the Gilchrist County Emergency Opera- RALPH WASHNOCK, a single man, real property in Gilchrist County,
MOBILE HOME, VIN NO. PLAINTIFF: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT tions Center, located at 3250 N. US Hwy Plaintiff, Florida:
CF24819240A AND CF24819240B, SHAPIRO, FISHMAN & GACHE-, GILCHRIST COUNTY holder of the 129 Bell, FL 32619. The County encour- vs. Lot 5 of WESTLAKE WOODS
Any person claiming an interest in the LLP following Tax Sale Certificate has filed ages any interested citizens and business JAMES L. SUMNER, JR., JENNIFER J. SUBDIVISION, as per plat thereof
surplus of the sale, if any, other than the 2424 North Federal Highway, Suite 360 said Tax Certificate for the Tax Deed to owners to attend and provide input. The SUMNER, JERREMY L. SUMNER, recorded in Plat Book 2, Page 21, property owner as of the date of the Lis Boca Raton, Florida 33431 be issued thereon. The Certificate Num- committee guides the preparation of the AMANDA SUMNER, DEBORAH L. of the public records of Gilchrist
Pendens must file a claim within 60 days (561) 998-6700 her and year of Issuance, the Description Gilchrist County Local Mitigation Strat- SUMNER, HOUSEHOLD FINANCE County, Florida. TOGETHER WITH
after the sale. (561) 998-6707 of property, and Name in which it is as- egy, which serves as a plan to reduce the CORPORATION, AND ANY UN- 1976 SKYL ID# 04630269AJ and
ATT7ENTION: PERSONS WITH Published April 4, 11, 2013b. sessed as follows: community's long-term risk to people KNOWN TENANTS IN POSSES- ID# 04630269BJ which is permantly
DISABILITIES .______ NAME(S) OF CERTIFICATE and their property from the effects of SION., affixed to the lands above-described
If you are a person with a disability LEGAL NOTICE HOLDER(S): GILCHRIST COUNTY natural disasters. A meeting agenda will Defendants and, as such, is deemed to be a fixture
who needs any accommodation in The Suwannee River Economic Coun- Certificate Number: 2010-963 be available prior to the meeting. Please ________________/ and a part of the real estate.
order to participate in this proceeding, cil, Inc. will hold a Planning and Evalua- Issue Date: 5/29/2010 contact the Gilchrist County Emergency has been filed against you and you are
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to tion Commiftee meeting on Tuesday, Apr. PIN: 1410160553000602 10 Management Department at (386) 935- NOTICE OF ACTION required to serve a 6opy of your written
the provision of certain assistance. 23, 2013, at 1:00 p.m., at the Suwannee Tax Deed File #1: 12016TD 5400 for more information. TO: JAMIES L. SUMNER, JR., defenses, if any, to it on James E.
Please contact: River Economic -Council, Inc., Admin- Description of Property: LOT 21 BLK Published April 11, 18, 25, 2013b. JENNIFER J. SUMNER, JERREMY Sorenson, D. Tyler Van Leuvan, Mary
Ms. Jan Phillips, ADA Coordinator istration Office located at 1171 Nobles 6 UNIT 3 SUN N FUN 45/381 134/582 _______L. SUMNER; AMANDA SUMNER, Linzee Branham, Elba N. SerranoAlachun County Courthouse "- -Ferry-Road NW in Live Oak; Florida. '231/30 TAX DEED 2004/4356 '' "DEBORAH L. "SUMNER," HOUSE- Tdi'fWColioi' t.McLhfgtlin and Joshifa
201 University Avenue Published April 11, 2013b. Assessed To: NOTICE OF INTENTION HOLD FINANCE CORPORATION, J. Logan, the Plaintiff's attorneys,
Gainesville, FL 32601 _______PAULETT'E HOLMES TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME AND ANY UNKNOWN TENANTS IN whose address is Post Office Box 4128,
DATneD AT52 TRNTNFLRIA6EGL3OTC All of the above property is located in Notice is hereby given that the under- POSSESSION.TalhseFoia31542,wtn
DATE ATTRETONFLOIDALEGA NOICEGilchrist County, In the State of Florida. signed, under the provision of Section YOU ARE NOTIFIED that you have 30 days of the first publication and file the
THIS 26 DAY OF MAY, 2013 The Suwannee River Economic Unless such certificate shall be re- 90-267, Florida Statutes 1990, will reg- been designated as defendants in a legal original with the Clerk of this Court either
y j CuclIn.BadoDietrwildeemed according to Law, the Property ierwtthSceayofttDvson proceeding filed against you for Foreclo- before service on the Plaintiff's attorney
(SEAL) hold a meeting for the Executive described in such Certificate will be sold of Corporations, P. 0. Box 1300, Talla- sure. The action involves real property or immediately thereafter; otherwise, a
Todd Newton Committee Members on Wednes- to the Highest Bidder at the front door of hassee, Florida 32302-1300, upon publi- in Gilchrist County, Florida, more fully default will be entered against you for
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT day, Apr. 24, 2013, 10:30 a.m., at the Gilchrist County Courthouse, Tren- cation of this notice the, fictitious name, described as follows: the relief demanded in the Complaint or
GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA Suwanniee River Eonomic Council, ton, Florida on the 7th day of May, 2013 to wit: Lots 17 and 18, Block C, Replat of a Petition.
Published April, 4, 11, 2013b. Inc. Administration Office located at at 11:00 a.m. ESP Tactical portion of Two Rivers Estate, a subdi- Dated this 5 day of April, 2013
1171 Nobles Ferry Road Live Oak, TODD NEWTON Description: Retal/Resae ~ vision, as per plat thereof filed in Plat Todd Newton
Flrd.CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Underwhich we are engaged in business Book 1, page 22, of the Public Records As Clerk of the Court
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Fulida OF GILCHRIST COUNTY, FL in Gilchrist County, Florida. ofGilchrist County, Florida, TOGETH- (SEAL)
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Pulshed April 11, 2013b. BY CINDY CHADWICK, That the parties interested in said busi- ER with (2) separate single wide mo- By: V. M. Wilson
AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY, 'OIE FAPCTONDEPUTY CLERK ness are: bile homes described as a 1970 ARTC, As Deputy Clerk
FLORIDA CIVIL DMVSION F OIEO TAPPLDEED O Published April 11, 2013 Eric Paulsen V IN # G1,16, and a 1960 ALMS VIN Published April 11, 18, 2013b.
CASE #: 2011 -CA-000089 O TA'DE 5960 NE CR 340
Florida Credit Union NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT High Springs, FL 32643 _______________________________Plaintiff, GILCHRIST COUNTY holder of the NOTICE OF APPLICATION Published April 11, 2013
following Tax Sale Certificate has filedFO TA DED_ ____Jee-VS rohy.Uknw-His said Tax Certificate for the Tax Deed to FRTXDE
Deeiees Grntes, Assig n Creirs, be issued thereon. The Certificate Num- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT S heriff to hold co m mur unity
Devsee, ranee, Asigee, Cedtorher and year of Issuance, the Description GILCHRIST COUNTY holder of the City of Fanning Springs
a/Lnrad reso CynthiaAn Pizarell aIaCti of property, and Name in which it is as- following Tax Sale Certificate has filed Ct oni
a/ka Cntia nnPirarll /ka Ctha sssd a fllos:said Thx Certificate for the Tax Deed to NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Mem- m eeting on A pril 1 6
Ann Brochey, Deceased, and All Other NAME(S) OF CERTIFICATE be issued thereon. The Certificate Num- hers of the City Council of Fanning
Persons Claiming by and Through, Under, HOLDER(S): GILCHRIST COUNTY ber and year of Issuance, the Description Springs will attend the Nature Coast Sheriff Robert D. Schultz would like to announce the date and time for
Against, The Named Defendat(s) Certificate Nuvmber: 2010-122 of property, and Name in which it is as- Regional Water Authority meeting to be his next Town Hall Meeting. Sheriff Schultz and Staff will be present at the
THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 2013 GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL Page Nine
Palms Medical Group Arrest
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NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF CJedar Key Arts si a 2,2.,
ORDINANCE BY THE BOARD OF -4e, Festival
COMMISSIONERS ID Submitted Beverly Ringenberg "Art is a per- Terry Lee Hamblin, 40, Bell, was
COUNTY, FLORIDA Sbitde
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that For the fourth consecutive year, sonal choice and the art festival gives County Writ of
an ordinance, which title hereinafter ap- Palms Medical Group has elected to everyone the chance to discover what Bodily Attachment, $570 Purge.
pears, will be considered for enactment be the Title Sponsor for the Old Flor- they love3
-by the Board of Commissioners of the ida Celebration of the Arts Festival in As a not-for-profit primary health- Gilbert Lynn Ross, 58, Trenton,
Gilchrist County, Florida, at the regular Cedar Key care provider Palms MedicalGroup was arrested for Violation of Probameeting May 6, 2013 scheduled for 2.15 sis N ): As Title Sponsor, Palms Medical pro actively sponsors many cultural tion Reckless Driving ROR
,p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter iKevin Dynell English, 21, Penpcm, or had son thereafter tlhematter will be underwriting key advertis- activities 'in the region. With ofcan he heard, in the Gilchrist County Kevina DynareEish 1, Pos en-o
Board of County Commissioners meet- ing elements which support a strong fices in Bell, Branford, Chiefland, sacola, was arrested for Possession of
ing facility, located at 210 South Mainpatron turnout on the festival days, Gainesville, Trenton and now Starke Weapon by State Prisoner, $15,000
in aclty oatdat20 sotMain andro Wiestn theyva choose support
Street, Trenton, Florida. Copies of said April 13 and 14. Radio, television and Williston, they choos'to s Bond.
ordinance may be inspected by any and print ads have been placed to cre- venues that their customers and po- Gregory Thomas Harper, 30, Trenmember of the public at the Office of the ate awareness of the festival, and the tential customers enjoy ton, was arrested for Misuse of 911,
County Clerk, Gilchrist County Court- special events, including a record- "We have supported the Cedar Key $3,500 Bond.
house, located at 112 South Main Street, breaking 154 Fine Artists, the delec- Arts Festival for four years because April 4, 2013
,Trenton,. Florida during regular business table, fresf local foods by Cedar Key itisna positive family event." Af- B reasha Liaeshia Dixon, 18, Orhours. On the date, time and place first non-profit groups, and the We Heart firmed Eileen Senecal, VP of Devel- lando, was arrested for Taylor Cornmay appear and be beard with respect to Art program, where festival patrons opment and Outreach. "Sharing art ty Warrant- Failure to Appear, $360
the ordinanoe. can place a heart sticker on booths in the open air with your kids, parORDINANCE NO. 2013-03 with art that inspires their heart! ents, aunts, uncles, grandparents and Nicholas Phillip Douglas, 22,
AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD The goal of festival is to bring a friends is fun, exciting and inspiring, Branford, was arrested for Failure to
,OF COUNYCMMISSIO OF Tdihe r of qthe a rea Appear Disorderly Conduct $5,000
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF diverse range of quality art to the area which matches our values as a family Bond, Arrest after Warning $5,000
GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA so festival attendees can see and feel focused health care provider."
ESTABLISHING A 30-MILE-PER- what art speaks to them. "If you ask The free festival also includes all Bond.
HOUR SPEED LIMIT ON NW AND .10 people 'What is fine art' you will types of music spA by DJ Robert3
HOU S12PEAE LIMO NW AND ofmscsuTJRb rn Ann Richardson-Weiss,31
ENE T2 NE 2NDRW MAKING get 15 different answers," explained LaPuma, who vows to get every toe
FINN GS; RO VID2 N G A LTY MAOFCA Festival Committee Member, tapping, storytelling by professional st. Cloud, was arrested for Child
FINDINGS; PROVIDING PENALTY Florida Storytellers, and the best Abuse without Great Harm $25,000
FORVIOLAT ;PROVIDINGhomemade food and seafood at great Bond & $5,000 Bond.
INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CODIFI- homemc e Cornelius Levow McLeod 52,
ER; AND PROVIDING AN EFFEC- Alice Mae did a great job on this twin quilt. Betty Boon looks so real. B prices! Gainesville, was arrested for PossesTIVE DATE. 0 Mark your calendars for an inspir- G
The public hearing may be continued C a C l ing weekend at the Cedar Key 49th sion of Cocaine $5,000 Bond, Posto one or more future dates. Any inter- C u i t ram era C lub Annual Fine Arts Festival, April 13th session of Drug Paraphernalia $2,000
ested party shall be advised that the date, I-0 a i n and 14th, 2013,,10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Bond, Tampering with Evidence
time and place of any continuation of the L /V QUt t et1 w ill m eet on Bn,000ond.
public hearing shall be announced during the public hearing and that no further A 1EXPERIENCED RELIABLE
notice concerning the matter will be pub- The Log Cabin Quilters met Thurs- Friday. The appliqu6 class will be A prl 18 *CONFIDENTIAL *FAST
listed. w day, Apr. 4th, at the Levy County Wednesday, Apr. 24th, from 1 p.m.
"Persons with disabilities requesting Quilt Museum. We finished the Log to 3 p.m. The. Friday day beginning Submitted
reasonable accommodations to partici- Cabin Quilt in the frame and will class will start laterinthe month. Be- The Branford Camera Club will pate in this proceeding should contact Cb t fwho
(352) 463-3169 (Voice & TDD) or via sandwich a new quilt next week. Al- ginning classes arejust that, everyone meet on Thursday, April 18, at 7p.m. Florida Relay Service (800) 955-8771". ice Mae brought in her Betty Boop_ learns from each other and someone, at Cuzii's Restaurant on US 129
All persons are advised that, if they de- quilt for all to see. We were very is always at the Museum and can help across from Scaff's Market in Brancide to appeal any decisions made at the happy to have Janie back with us and with our problems. Call 352-493- ford. Come about 5:30 PM if you LOCAL
public hearing, they will need a record of looking great. 2801 for more information. would like to have dinner before the (352) 4 9 30 4 0 6
the proceedings and, for such purpose, Thursday lunch was delicious as meeting. N-HOJSE-INANCINGAVAIL.
they may need -to ensure that a verba- always. We had goulash, black-eyed Join us this month for our 2nd I"" I---- or q3 --'g On :B4 (D9
tim record of the proceedings is made, peas, butter beans, kale, tuna pasta Nr Annual Spring Photo Critique! This 1 _00_(2)r_3
,which record includes the testimony and salad, pinto beans with little smoki- event is becoming the capstone event
evidence upon which thedappeal is to beN o t
based. est, Hawaiian cake, banana pudding for our group and offers a fantastic
Published April 11, 2013b. strawberry congealed salad, turtle opportunity for photo enthusiasts in GET OUT OF JAIL...
pie, crescent rolls, carrots, and angel F lo rid a our area to benefit from the critique
SUWANNEE RIVER WATER hair pasta. Alice May brought the of a professional judge. Our goal is D AlD S T O N E
MANAGEMENT DISTRICT kale and Pat brought the Hawaiian to improve our own photography and
PUBLIC NOTICE OF cake and both need more practice and appreciate the, photographic techAPPLICATION need to bring their items again. esto ck niques of others. The Photo Critique B O N D I INC.
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to Saturday was our monthly yard- is free and open to anyone who would
Chapter 373, Florida Statutes, the follow- craft sale. It seems that the yard sale M a rk et like to submit photos, or just come to 9151 NE 80thAvenue DIXIE LEVY GILCHRIST
ing application for permit was received just has to be on the coldest day of rk et observe. & SURROUNDING AREA
on February 1, 2013: Santa Fe Park Ren- rt o6
ovation Modification, Gilchrist County the month. The weather had been For more information, please con- Bronson, Florida 32621
Board of Commissioners. 209 SE 1st beautiful then on that Friday, the cold tact: Carolyn Hogue, Program Chair, 24 HOUR SERVICE 352-486-1971
,Street, Trenton, FL, 32693, has submit- weather returned and all of us were R e or at 386-935,20 44. .
ted an applica.qiA,for aqEnvirnmental afraid, we'd have freezing tenmp -r. Resource Permit Number 87-0095M, for tures once again on that Saturday..Submi. ed total project area of2.32.acres, with .05 It was only in the 40's and quickly acres, of work in, on, or over wetlands or warmed up. Maybe next month will Compared to last week slaughter .
other surface waters. The project is locat- be great. cattle were steady to slightly cheaper
ed in Township 7 South, Range 16 East, e als at the North Florida Livestock MarandSecion20 n GlchistCouty. We also had a booth at the Cen-, and Section 20 in Gilchrist County. tnilcebaonn hfad.Iket on Wednesday, March 27. .
Interested persons may comment tennial celebration in Chiefland. IkeonWdsayMrc27 ntted picatons mta wt hYearlings remained steady this
-upon the application or submit a writ- hope some of you will come out for week. Even with a lower supply, the ten request for a staff report containing a visit demand was still moderate.
proposed agency action regarding the I almost forgot, our humming bird C.mL.dars t odesa ,application by writing to the Suwannee is back. This one seems to be pushy ter b are again th weekIwth River Water Management District, Attn: and demanding. He came back de- ter bull market again this week with Resource Management, 9225 C.R.' 49, mending the feeders be put up and $114.00. Limousine-topped. ,Live Oak, Florida 32060. Such com- chases away another humming bird Box E Limousine topped the
-ments or requests must be received by when he gets near the porch. It's slaughter cow market with $90.00. 5:00 p.m., within 21 days from the date great to sit on the porch and watch George Allen sold the high price of publication. r
No further public notice will be provid- the two birds do their dive bomb and replacement cow at $120.00, bought ed regarding this application. A copy of" chase flights. Now if we only had a by Bar,D Ranch, and Call Matthews the staff report must be requested in order bird bath to add to our yard. Bird topped the replacement bull market to remain advised of further proceedings. watching is an extra benefit for us at with $128.00, also bought by Bar D Substantially affected persons are entitled the Museum. Ranch.
to request an administrative hearing, pur- Our roof leaks are back, so we'll be Charles Davis sold the high price suant to Title 28, Florida Administrative getting bids to repair the roof. We'll -pair this week at $1225.00, bought Code, regarding the proposed agency achigh price
Cod, rgarin th prposd agecy c-be getting bids from local roofers, soyerigwntoSeeAdsna
-tion by submitting a written request after ia yacn s n t e hih pi
reviewing the staff report. your recommendations would be ap- yearl by Dwight Petty.
Published April 11, 2013b. preciated. $197.50 so by Dwt ettw.
The Tuesday evening beginning Checkfl usioutionsthekwebmatowww.
quilt class started this week and thenotfriaveocco frou
Advertise in the Gilchrist County purse class will be Thursday and maret rort ouslne anfpcmiatt Journal today! evet rdo saln tnl~ t.'
~STEERS: LOW: HIGH: AVG: ..
RA, 15 n150-199 170.00, 185.00, (177.50)
R. .C ls n200-249, 135.00, 192.00, (169.18)
General Contractor, Inc. 250-299 160.00, 197.50,(186.67)
300-349.130.00, 162.00, (148.70) I
I I I I 350-399132.00, 156.00, (145.30)
-400-449, 132.00, 145.00, (140.50)
Residential Commercial 450-499 135.00, 155.00, (147.00) AA
New Construction Remodel Additions ..500-549, 138.00, 146.00, (140.67)
. Swimming Pools HEIFERS: LOW: HIGH: AVG:
andy Colson ._ .. 150-199, 137.00, 192.50, (165.00)
FL.State Lic.#CGC1 504769 352-949-1I450 200-249, .132.00, 156.00, (154.32)
I 250-299, 132.00, 152.50, (151.60)
_________________________________________ 300-349, 139.00, 150.00, (145.25)
N______350-399, 130.00, 144.00, (136.38)
P LU N IB I G C' FC1428141 400-449, 130.00, 142.00, (133.00)
W ~ W450-499, 130.00, 140.00, (130.18) I e i u
CO Low:HGH AVG: -Vfas ro sACIETO LNS
WELL PUMP SERVICE WATER SOFTENER 400-600, 64.00, 92.00, (74.57) :,;/,SH UD APE TO O ,W AT APNS EX .
CO PLT PU BIGSEVCE60-0, 000 200, 7.4)Is there Someone you trust who can make healthcare or end-of-life decisions for
SEPTIC & DRAIN FIELD 800-1000, 68.00, 99.00, (80.50) .,. o? ht r ou iseAnhosoldkow on h mlinso pol
DRAIN CLEANING & VIDEO INSPECTION 1000-1200, 69.50, 100.00, (82.12) : yuWhtaeorwiesAnwosoldkwJntiemlosofppe
1200- 1400, 60.00, 89.00, (79.25) ;'
ON C LL D ES ITA L!140UP 6.0,8750 8313, .",-, across the country who have used Five Wishes to make their wishes known.
BULLS: LOW: HIGH: AVG: /April 16th is National Healthcare Decisions Day, the day to name the person who
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Cockroaches S Waterbugs German Roaches TOTAL: 362
Ants and other Household Pests
INSPECTIONS JPhone 493-1051
"Wie send 'em- packing!"
Page Ten GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 2013
Easter Bunny visits Ayers. Health & Rehab Third Place-Laina Teague, WilcoxApril 17
Showmanship, Junior: is F lorida
Submitted The classes were divided up and r i li da
The Easter Bunny visited Ayers each child got to pick a resident as Wranglers 4-H
Health and Rehabilitation Center and a partner to hold their basket as they 'Second Place Pamell,
dropped a few eggs, 3,000 that is, hunted for eggs! Let's not forget the J 4 r Chiefland Middle FFA
filled with goodies! The lawn looked four treasured golden eggs! Everyone' Thr c-Douglas Simpson 111,
like a bright speckled rainbow. had a fun-filled time. ,,Riverside Wranglers 4-H F a m ily
Ayers was proud to welcome four The children got a yummy treat of Showmanship, Senior:
classes this year, Mrs.Deen and Mrs. cupcakes and juice after all the eggs First Place-Adrianna Hodge, Bell Sr.
Lovett's Pre-K classes from Bell El- were found. It is events such as these A FFA C covenant
ementary, as well as Mrs. Kearney that enrich the lives, merge genera- Second Place-HaroldTillis, Chiefland
and Mrs. Hines' Kindergarten classes tions, and help sustain the quality of Sr. FFA
from Trenton Elementary. life for our residents! "Third Place-Arthur Nussel, Williston D "
As the school buses arrived, the If you are interested in becoming a 4-H Deeres
partners of Ayers escorted our resi- volunteerandjoining in all of the fun, Home Grown Submitted
dent to the front lawn, as well as the please contact Carmen Law or Angie "%i Grand Champion-Kole Starnes, Wil- April 17, 2013 was proclaimed a
Garden on Garden Gate, for the Eas- Rexroat at 352-463-7101 ext 117. listen Sr. FFA Florida Military Family and Coiter egg hunts. ResBellre FFAmin a Dan els, a FlrdhRgoaiPamn
ter egg hunts. We would love to have you! Reserve Champion-Lowgan Daniels, unity Covenant Day by the North'
Bell S. FFACentral Florida Regional Planning
Fat Steer Council at their meeting on February
Grand Champion-Erin Jones, Tren- 28, 2013.
ton Sr. FFA The Florida Regional Councils As- .Reserve Champion-Makenzie Smith, sociation and the Florida League of'
,', Trenton Middle FFA Cities are requesting each regional
Showmanship, Primary: planning council and city to adopt a
First Place-Benjamin King II, Cross proclamation and highlight that FlorCity 4-H ida civilians from region to region'
Second Place-Jillian Sanchez, Cross and city tocity support our military City 4-H families. By adopting proclamations
Third Place-Hadley Etheridge, Wil- in regions and cities throughout the listen 4-H Deeres state proclaiming April 17, 2013, as'
Showmanship, Junior: Florida Military Family and CommuFirst Place-Will Childers, Riverside nity Covenant Day, a ground swell of' Wranglers 4-H civilian support will be generated for,
,Second Place-Baylee Etheridge, Wil- military personnel and veteran familiston Middle FFA lies who have sacrificed so much for'
'-i Third Place-Jerry Mills II, Williston our nation. In attendance were Chris:A Middle FFA Doolin, Legislative Affairs ConsulShowmanship-Senior tant, Small County' Coalition, County
First Place-Mason Mills, Williston Commissioner Kenrick Thomas, Sr. FFA Council member from Gilchrist,
Second Place-Erin Jones, Trenton Sr. County, Rae Pike, Director of the.
FA Florida Military Family and Com-,
4 .Third Place-Gray Childers, Riverside munity Covenant, Myra Valentine,
__Wranglers 4-H past member and former Council
Homegrown Chair from the City of Madison, and
W winners from the 2 13 Grand Champion-Erin Jones, Tren- Lieutenant Colonel Stephen Grabski
W n e fro m th e ton Sr. FFA Captain Allen Spence and Staff SerReserve Champion-Mason Mills, geant Alex Abbate, U.S. Army. Williston Sr. FFA
~Suwannee River Fair Wilsor.FAi
Suwanee iverFair Students with 'A' get free
Creative Life Skills Sr. FFA
Program Cover-Tor Hutson, Heifer
ChieflandMiddleFFA ,FGrand Champion-Lindsey Wilder, orida M useum admission
Foods-Kailey Roux, Santa Fe 4-H Williston Middle FFA
Photography-Emily Tummond, Reserve Champion-Bailey Etheridge, Submitted lar price adult admission.
Chiefland Sr. FFA Williston Middle FFA The Florida Museum of Natural The offer is valid for the Butterfly
Clothing-Hunter Glisson, Chiefland Cow/Calf Grand Champion-Trystan History is continuing its popular "A Rainforest exhibit, the "Titanoboa:Sr. FFA Hobby-Smith, Kountry Kids 4-H for Science" free admission program Monster Snake" exhibit open through.
Textiles-Morgan Stemple, Dixie Showmanship-Primary for K-12 students statewide. Aug. 11, or a value admission for,
Middle FFA First Place'-Sam Mills, Double Sink Students who receive an "A" or both exhibits.
Handicrafts-Cheyenne Stemple, Di- 4-H "E" grade in a ,science can provide For more information about this,
Winners of the treasure eggs were Calista McGuigan from Mrs. xie Sr. FFA Second Place-Colby Etheridge, Wil- their most recent report card at the promotion or other museum events,
Deen's Pre-K, Virginia Prescott from Mrs. Lovett's Pre-K, pictured Fashion Revue-Sydney Bray, Double listen 4-H Deeres front desk and receive a free admis- visit www.flmnh.ufl.edu or call 352here, and Taylor Reeves, child of an Ayers partner, and Aidan Dewee) Sink 4-H Third Place-Jillian Sanchez, Cross sion with the purchase of a paid regu- 846-2000.
Poultry City 4-H
from Charlotte Kearney's Kindergarten class, not pictured. Show: Showmanship-Junior
Grand Champion-Hunter Sharp, First Plce-baylee E'thlr'idge, Wiilis- NEED'A"FEWN E"'F ANY IND
Double Sink 4-H ton Middle FFA ..'T'
Senor& Vtean ic# CC0162 6 AJANNVANYTIME~~
Senior & Veteran ]Lic# CFC051621 Reserve Champion-Whitney Mills, Second Place-Jerry Mills III, WillisDiscounts Chiefland S'r. FFA ton Middle FFA
Champion Pullet Pen: Third Place-Bryden Johnson, Barb Wire Woven Wire
Grand Champion-Mackenzie Boyd, Chiefland Middle FFA Chain Link Board
O FF PLUMBING. (NC. Bronson Middle FFA Showmanship-Senior
Reserve Champion-Katerine Hagan, First Place-Payton Parell, Chiefland 4-H Circuit Kids Sr. FFA
Guaranteed Plumbing Service Dairy at Second Place-Landon Smith, Bron- (352) 463-1832 -- Mobile (352) 493-5345
Drain Cleaning, Repairs, Leak Detection, Show: son Sr. FFA 4110 S.W. 25th Street -- Bell, Florida
|, .; New Construction 7-Day Service Junior Doe Grand Champion-Deme- 'hird Place-Erin Jones, Trenton Sr.
.... ... ....... ,. .... trius Bowers, Kountry Bumpkins 4- FFA
3@. ., H Home grown: NTY
Junior Doe Reserve Champion-De- Grand Champion-Erin Jones, Trenmetrius Bowers, Kountry Bumpkins ton Sr. FFA %al P
R2 4-H. Reserve Champion-Ty Barber, Bron,Senior Doe Grand Champion-De- son Sr. FFA k, r
K id 's W o r id metrius Bowers, Kountry Bumpkins G Swine y e tM D.,.i,
4-H Grand Champion-Tyler Benet
Pre-School Learning Center, Inc. Senior Doe Reserve Champion-De- Chiefland Sr. FFA New Designs .Additions/RemQdels .Pole Barn Plans
A private school for your child's early learning years. metrius Bowers, Kountry Bumpkins Reserve Champion-Jessie Lee, Dixie Energy Forms *Windloads
4-H Wranglers 4-H O
Low Ratios Showmanship Senior, First Place- 352-463-8857 Office
Free VPK Spencer Hewitt, Spring Ridge 4-H Showmanship, Primary: Mobile-..
Pre-K Program Showmanship Junior, First Place-De- First Place-Briar Keene, Kountry --- 352-274-3006 Mobile -- '
Free Breakfast & Lunch metrius Bowers, Kountry Bumpkins Bumpkins 4-H
Reduced Fees Available - ., I' 4-H Second Place-Donavan King, Cross *-r 'lll" ?
FCCPC Certified Teachers iShowmanship Primary, First Place- City 4-H
CPR/First Aid Certified ( .Aubrey Osteen, Buckaroos 4-H Third Place-Carmain Wimberly, Dixie
Ages 2-12, 7am-6pm 'Poster Contest-Aubrey Osteen, Wranglers 4-H .
Buckaroos 4-H Showmanship, Junior:
Coalition (now Open Enrollment).Stop by for a tour of our facility and pick Buckaroos 4-H Wranglers 4-H OUB f G[:
up an application. It would be our pleasure to serve you and your child. Dairy Cow Second Place-Zachary Parrish, Wil-.
Grand Champion-Aaron Brown, Third Place-Will Sumner, Riverside""
Corner of Hwy. 129 & S.R. 47, Trenton "Trenton Sr. FFA ,Wranglers 4-H
(Across from Trenton High School) Reserve Champion-Austin Bagby, Showmanship, Senior: e-]
Bell Middle FFA First Place-Whitney Stemple, Dixie Complte Plumbing Services
Owners/Directors Dairy-Heifer: Sr. FFA Drain Cleaning --, Water Heater Repairs & Installation
Amy Wesley Woods 'NAC Accredited Grand Champion-Corbin Holder, Second Place-Shelbi McCall, Dixie ,, New Construction Remodeling [
Holly Wesley Bussard License #C0.3G10006 Bell Middle FFA Sr. FFA Service Work Complete Line of Plumbing Fixtures [i
1 ~~~Reserve Champion-Tracie Smith, Third Place-Tyler Bennett, Chiefland .* Sewer Repair Available, .
,Santa Fe 4-H Sr. FFA
Showmanship Junior, First Place- Fedrter State Certified #CFC057595 s Fully Licensed & Insuredra aminAy drsn
R O O F Q EA.KjJ J Showmanship Intermediate, First Dixie Sr. FFA
Place-Madison Holder, Bell Middle Reserve Champion-Adrianna Hodge, :I FL :~~ ~u J [ I 1
FFA Bell Sr. FFA LI'JIE'I'.'k 1
Showmanship Senior, First Place- Showmanship, Primary:
...tkPeaches Smith First Place-Kyler Stames, Kountry
-- Horse ~ ~~~~~~~~~~Kids 4-H"T-Cut'PrmePlmigonacrs !
Performance, Junior Grand Chaim- Second Place-Dylan Grant, Wilcox 'nCut' rme lmigCnrcos
pioha-Madison Baynard, Chiefland .m
Junior Reserve Champion-Hunter
,,. ~ ~~~~Sharp, Double Sirnk4-H / lA .1 ,1[J
Mejeris, Chiefland Sr. FFA 1 [l
IIE ICall for your Senior Reserve Champion-SabrinaA
iFR E E TM T .Brown, Trenton Sr. FFA |" ( [i [l
FR E E TM T .Speed, "Grand Champion-Gracie I |
.a Hamilton, Cross City 4-H ]
Leslie Sa pJunior Reserve Champion-BurlynneronngoanA A A
Consructon, nc.Mejeris, Double Sink 4-H
Construction, Inc. ~ ~~Senior Grand Champion-Felecity! I II l1'd ll'mt
SaeCried463-7589 Mejeis, Chiefland Sr.FFAntrY/Wy -d *~i IIi.* k[ ] ~ [ [
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ICuLioSSLFaEDS'oI Helpwanted tH rOpen House I
AUCTION Thursday, Aprij 11th; 6:30 CASH FOR YOUR COINS: Private CDL DRIVERS: Business staged in Mobile Home w/Land Chiefland:
pm; prev. all day. Sterling rope necklac- collector seeking U.S. coins, older varet- CLASSIFIED ADS $5.50 MINIMUM FOR 20 WORDS. 10 CENTS EACH ADDITIONAL WORD. Cross City. Good Class A CDL Driver's OPEN HOUSE 4/20 & 4/21 10 3
License, transportation to yard, at least 25 1820 sfmh on 5 acres. Enclosed patio, vibowl, oak Lexington BR suite w/ vanity road shows. Cell 352-949-1450 or Local i n i years of age, l year OTR and dry tanker nyl flooring, walk-in closets, washer, drybox dresser, a cherry Lexington DR suite 463-8777. Training 'Help W anted experience helpful. Home nightly. Call er, refrigerator just 2 years old, enclosed
with 6 chairs, glass-front china cabinet, tfnb,12-22 ... ._.......... ..... _________,_.... 352-498-3892 ask for Don. pool, fenced yard & garden area, inetal
and expandable buffet server, an oak DR Quest Training now enrolling for.May Part-Time Assistant / Bather Needed tfnb, 1-13 storage shed, workshop. Lots of room intable w/ 6 chairs, vintage jewelry, milk CNA prep classes. Our classes are taught at Paradise for Pets 352-472-16 11 across side and out! Minutes from med, schools,
glass, and much more! Always too muchI S r i]
to list Be the Bidder! Pies online at Services by an RN. We have high pass rates. No from Pickett's, no experience needed Inmate Crew Leader Job Order shopping and Springs parks. $88,500.
ww.utioniom, e the. Bidliea GED required if age 18. Day and evening must be 18. Number: 9768205 Gilchrist County 352-493-4857 352-321-7584 call for
www.auctionzip.com, ID 19590. Phoe- classes.86-36 .2tb,4-11-4-18 Road Department has an opening for a directions.
nix Auction Services, Inc.; 1832 SE 3rd ELECTRICAL WORK: State Certi- classes.4tb,4-4-4-25 Full-Time Inmate Crew Leader Position. 2tb,4-11-4-18
Ave., Trenton FL 32693. PH: 352-463- fled, dependable, honest, experts, for any Gilhrist County Tempora Must pass Florida Department of Correc0707. AB 2 866 AU 143 7, 10% BP. and all electrial needs call All Seasons r ey
Itb,4-11 @ 493-4888 or 1-800-542-1028. License ........_ cling Attendant Job Orderi # 9768196 tions background check and obtain cernumber# EC13001855. L H Gilchrist County Solid Waste has an tification within 90 days. This position a Estate I
tfbl-10 ElCp.. .. W anted opening for Temporary Recycling Center. will be responsible for supervising in- Rea I
Attendant to work at various recycling mate squads and maintenance of County i JOB OPENING: Florida Crown Work- sites as needed. Must be able to lift 45 grounds, roads, and tree trimming. Must 5 ACRES TRENTON: Beautifully
LANGSTON TREE: Full Service Tree force Board, Inc, (FCWB), Lake City, pounds and htve a valid Florida driver's have a valid- Class B CDL or higher, and wooded. Just off SR-26. Owner financCare. Licensed and Insured. Family Florida is accepting applications for an license with CDL preferred. Must be able able to lift 45 pounds. This position is ing. No down payment. $49,900, only SATURDAY, APRIL 13: 7:30 am ??? Owned. 352-221-0001. Executive Director serving Columbia, Di- to drive a standard size truck with a utility Full-Time 40 hours per week with health $513/mo. (352) 215-1018. www.Land7 miles north of Trenton on SR-47. An- tfnb, 10-18 xie, Gilchrist and Union Counties. Must trailer, and have good customer service and retirement benefits. This position OwnerFinancing.com
tiques, tools, books, etc. Look for signs. be or become a resident of one of these skills. Must be able to work on Saturday will pay $12.04 per hour. Employees are 4tb,3-28-4-18
Itp,4-1 JERRY WILKS FILL DIRT SER- counties within 90 days of hire. Position and some Holidays. This a6 month tem- required to participate in direct deposit.
VICE: Fill dirt, driveways, topsoil, is responsible for leadership, manage- porary position with no benefits. This po- This popition will have a 6 month proba- 1 ACRE BELL AREA: Paved road New Hope Family Church of Bell will demolition, limerock, land clearing. ment, oversight, and execution of all re- sition will pay $10 per hour with at least tionary period. Applications, must include frontage, high & dry., Owner financing. be having a yard sale on Saturday, April (352) 493-3137 (day) or (352) 463-6111 sponsibilities related to federal and state 20 hours a week. Gilchrist County is an a copy of the required valid CDL License. No down payment. $19,900, oply $205/ 13th from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm at the Bell (night). worl~force activities.Min. Exp: Master's EOE/DFWP. Position is open until filled. Gilchrist County is an EOE/DFWP. Po- mo. (352) 215-1018. www.LandOwnerCommunity Center. There will be lots tfnb,5-28 degree in Business, Public Administration This position requires a background sition is open until filled. This position Financing.com
of items to choose from, dishes, shoes, or related discipline. 5 years of experi- check and participation in direct deposit. requires a background check and par- 4tb,3-28-4- 18
clothes, tools, etc. Come out join us. All APPLIANCE REPAIR: All brands, ice ence required. Extra consideration given Applications must be submitted through ticipation in direct deposit. Applications proceeds will go to local and foreign mis- maker & dishwasher installation. EPA for workforce experience and to veterans, any of Florida Crown Workfo.~ce Job must be submitted through any of Florida FOR SALE Retail storefront property sions. Hope to see you there! certified techs. MC-VISA, 352-949- Salary: Minimum $55,000; negotiable Center locations. www.employflorida. Crown Workforce Job Cenfer locations, in downtown Trenton. Three buildings on
Itb,4-11 0651. based upon experience. Full benefit pack- com The Trenton Florida Crown Work- www.employflorida.com The Trenton Main Street. Call 352-463-7135.
APALOOSA TRAILS Neighborhood-. tfnb,12-18 age available after 90-day probation. Suc- force Job Center is located at 211. B SE Florida Crown Workforce Job Center is tfn,6-30
cessful applicant must pass background 11 th Street Trenton, FL (352) 463-3677. located at 211 B SE 11 th Street Trenton, wide yard sale, April 19, 8 am -3 pm, and MOWER & CHAINSAW PARTS check and drug screening. Refer to www Applications must include a copy of your FL (352) 463-3677. Applications must ,
April 20, 8 am 1 pm. One mile south of Stihl, Husqvarna, Ayp, Murray, Sears, employf orida.com, Job Order #9767596. Valid Florida Drivers License. Please no include a copy of your Valid Florida CR-340 on SR-47. Turn onto 38th Place MTD, Briggs, Kohler, Robin, and Hon- See our website at www.floridacrown.org phone calls to employer. Drivers License. Please no phone calls to
and follow signs. da. Blades for most mowers. for application. Application, cover letter, .2tb,4-11-4-18 employer.
2tp,4-11-4-18 Beauchamp Saw Shop resume and 3 letters of reference (refer- 2tb,4-11-4-18 Call Woodlan CraA Si gn
493-4904 ences will be contacted) must be sent to Do you desire a little excitement in
....3Anna Mendoza at almendozaflcrown your life? Then GCFR is the place for .. *
l. Deadline: 4/26/13. An AA/EEO/ you!!! Gilchrist County Fire Rescue is. I52 463713i
For.. D E MONUMENTS OLD TOWN, ADA/VP Employer. FCWB reserves the currently excepting applications for Vol -orRe_ ____-_Necchi sewing machine for sale Need FL: Toll Free 1-877-542-3432. 24347 right to withdraw this Job Opening at any unteer Firefighter. Individuals should be SE Hwy-19, Old Town, FL 32680. From time. lest18yoAwihahghsholnipoa 0BIoB: nTrntn
a light-weight portable machine for crafts the Old Town red light, 1.5 miles toward at least 18 y/o, with a high school diploma 3 details. 352-463-8014.
or quilting? Like new: Pd. $585; asking Cross City on the right. Many colors, size 3tb,411-4-25 or equivalent, and possess a valid Florida ftb,4-11
$400 obo. Phone: (352) 463-8663. & styles of marble & granite to choose Drivers License. Volunteers should be ltb,4-1
4tb,4-1I-5-2 from in our inventory. Computer special- self-motivated, have a desire to help protect and serve their community by pro- NEW HOME JUST COMPLETED:
ist to assist you in creating a lasting trib- LICENSED hiding hands-on assistance in emergency 2 BR/2 BA, located in Bell. First, last and
ute to the life of your loved one. Closed: PRACTICAL NURSE situations-such as car accidents, fires, and security deposit, no pets, lawn service in- Meridian
, Hay For Sale Sunday & Monday. Open: Tuesday Fri- The Gilchrist County Health De- medical calls. All required training will cluded. Hometown Realty. 352-463-9001 Behavioral Healthcare
I Ififiw day, 8a-4pm&Stry8am 12 rme or 35~2-222-8515.CA ER PPRUIES
noon o am 4 pm & Saturday 8 am apartment is seeking an OPS (tem- be provided. If you would like any further or 352-222-85-25
HAY FOR SALE: Large rolls, highly noon or call for free after hours appoint- porary) Licensed Practical Nurse information on joining the GCFR team, tfnb,9-27 CA rER Trenton:
fertilized, net wrapped, weed free. ment. (PSN# G120132803-11151). Must please call 386-935-5400. Broson aer s
Coastal Bermuda $50/ro. Call 352-949- tfnb,6-28 have a valid Florida LPN license. 4tb,4-11-5-2 TRENTON I & II APARTMENTS "Case Managers
0222. Must have at least 6 months expe- Rental assistance available for ALL (Adult/Child)
tfnb,6-21 Advertising Pays! rience working in a medical setting. Experienced A/C Installer/ Duct Me- Qualified Applicants. HC/non-HC acces- Bronson/Trenton/Cross City:
Must have basic computer skills. chanic Wanted: Call Akins Heating & sible. 7,18 NE 7th Place #905, Trenton, Certified Medical Assistants
One year of experience working in Air, Inc. 352-215-0101. FL 32693. Call 352-463-7106, TDD/TTY Please visit
a medical setting, pediatric experi- tfnb,3-14 711. Equal Housing Opportunity. www.mbhci.org to apply!
Sence id bilingual in Spanish pre,- .tfnb,l1-26EED P,-erf
S I S S I N 1 ferrod. Salary will be $15.20 per E
hour. Must bq fingerprinted. May
be required to work extra hours or
days in the event of an emergency.
Applications will be accepted onlipe
State of Florida applications may be
mailed to State of Florida, People First, Staffing Administration, PO
Box 44058, Jacksonville, Fl 32231
or faxed to* (904) 636-2627 by
4/19/20 13. EEO/AA/VP Employer.
The Gilchrist County Health Department is seeking an OPS (temporary)
Health Support Technician (PSN#
If Seen or Found Please Contact G120132003-52052). This is a parttime 35 hours/week/school year
James Thomas- 386-266-3036 or 352-474-0419 position providing client care relating to functions in a School Health
Setting. Must have a valid Certified
Nursing Assistant certificate, first
Oaid training and a valid CPR/Basic
Life Support certificate. Salary will
~ be $9.97 per hoiir. Must be fingerextra hours or days in the event of an emergency. Applications will be r
... accepted online at https://people-, U -T O
I IIfirst.myflorida.com/ State of Florida
applications may be mailed to State1
of Florida, People First, Staffing
Administration, P0 Box 44058,
Jacksonville, Fl 32231 or faxed to Be a role model!
.. (904) 636-2627 by 4/12/2013. LEO/ For more information on
... *AA/VP Employee.
i 2t,4-4-11l free tobacco cessation
Convenient location, affordable 3 BR/1 BA country-style home. Gilchrist County Seasonal Grounds programs in Gilchrist County
Upatd oo, /C ad letrc.Lagecone-lt it ncebak Worker Job Order #: 9762180 for your employees,
Updaed oof A/, ad elctrc. ~ gecomr-lo wih nce ack Gilchrist ,County Par's Department
yard. Move-in ready, a must see, 1001 NE 2nd Avenue, Trenton. has opening(s) fur Temporat3, Summer your family, or yourself,
$69,999. SHIP eligible. Terrie Deen 352-213-3444. Grounds Worker at Hart Springs & Otter contact the Tobacco Free
Springs. Must be able to lift 45 pounds o o ny
and have a valid driver's license. Em- Partnership ofGilchristCo ny
TROKEREAL ~ z) ployees will do varied work including
(L~TRO E RALT (32)463-7075 (offic) mowing, cleaning, and working in office
(35 N._____(352) 463-7302 FAX as needed. We are looking for employ- "'/
JEAN C. TROKE E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org ees to work through Labor Day. EmaLicensed Real Estate Broker WEBSITE: www.trokerealtyinc.com ployees must be available to work on
holidays and weekends. These positions _tb ,,,
, BACK ON THE MARKET-5+ AcREs, w/ RIVER FRONTAGE are Temporary with no benefits. Gilchrist !K.2jt
NERRC LF:A53-acre woodedtiraci, with approx. 250' CountyYs anFEE/DFWPAPositonsUar
_______________frontage along the Suwannee (pictured on ihe right), locaied ai ihe outopen until afilled.FPThis position requires w~ f -ic rs~r
Shady Bend Air Park Sf0 (airstrip pictured on ihe left),jusi norith of ihe a background check and participation in Properly l/C-4has a septic bidtank already ] l *direct deposit. This position will pay will installed, along with RV-allowance '. pay $7.79 per hour. Applications must be3 EA Y &I AI T
papers--cal/email our office for 'submitted thrOugh any of Florida CrownFR E v ,oQ I
ail details.. .$85,000.
NEW LISTING--AFFORDABLE i+ ACRE TRACT IN EAST Workforce Job Center locations. www.
GILCHRIST Co.: Wooded corner tract, ready for your new .employflorida.com. The Trenton Florida '
home-site.. .$7,500. Crown Workforce Job Center is located I
Serving the Tri-County Area Since 1983 at 211 B SE 11lth Street Trenton, FL (352) "
"Professional Service With A Personal Touch" 463-3677. Applications must include a Talk to a Quit Coach who Online help quitting tobacco Looking for local face-to-face
Jean Troke (1st cell) Jean Troke (2nd cell) Terri Anderson (cell) Paul Troke (cell) copy of your Valid Florida Drivers Li- can help you quit tobacco. is only a few clicks away. help? Find a center near you.
(352) 493-3539" (352) 493-5237 (727) 422-4291 (352) 221-2999 cense. Please no phone calls to employ- .1 -877-U-CAN-NOW www.qultnow.net/florida www.ahectobacco.com
730 E. Wade Street (SR-26) i ~ er. 2tl1"481-877-822-6669
~Ii~ iTrenton, Florida 32693 ,, t,-141
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Page Twelve GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 2013Local businesses asked to voluntarily.
remove candy flavored tobacco
By John M. Ayers Resolution 2013-11 identifies the voluntarily to take these products off is rising and some residents in the area
During the April 1 meeting of many issues that candy flavored of their shelves. are affected by the rising waters.
/ the Gilchrist County Commission, products. have, and how they entice Chairwoman Sharon Langford told Commissioner Kenrick Thomas
commissioners discussed Resolution children to try the products. The the Commission that she attends the asked the board to consider having 2013-11. resolution explains that each day more Tobacco Free Partnership of Gilchrist fence put up along the backside of the
Under the p roposed resolution, than. 4,000 young people try smoking County meetings and she supports, Waters Lake Park in eastern Gilchrist business owners throughout the county for the first time. The information the program's stand against tobacco County. He pointed out that residents are asked to voluntarily stop the sale provided also identified that 1,100 products being used by ~children and of the Waters Lake community are 4', and marketing of candy flavored youth become 'daily smokers and students. She called for a roll call vote, still having problems with people
J ~ tobacco products, due to youth appeal one third of those youth 'will die and the board approved the Resolution vandalizing the community park. He
Alan and Janet Alligood have taken on saving the beloved Priest and the negative health impacts. prematurely because of a smoking by a 4-1 vote. Commissioner Kenrick asked the County Administrator to
Theatre in High Springs. Janet's parents, Bobby and Janice Sheffield Tracy DeCubellis, coordinator related disease. Thomas voted no on the adoption of get prices on having a fence installed
for the Tobacco Free Partnership Commissioner Todd Gray made a the motion. along this area and advise the board in
have owned and operated the theater for 25 years. of Gilchrist County, and Chandler motion to approve Resolution 2013- The board members discussed the next meeting.
Ash, representing Students Against 11. Commissioner D. Ray Harrison, Jr. several items of interest during the Commissioner Sharon Langford Toacco, addressed the Board- gave a second to the motion in support Commissioner's Reports agenda of reported that the disaster preparation
Is The two representatives explained of the resolution. Commissioner the meeting. Commissioner Todd class held at the Gilchrist County EOC
S a v e th e P rie st'* to the board that specialty and candy Kenrick Thomas explained to the Gray explained that he is working with was a good program that was well
flavored tobacco products should Commission that he is a smokeless county residents living along NW 80th done. The Commission adjourned at Continued from page 1 not be on store shelves in Gilchrist tobacco user and he does not feel to alleviate flooding conditions in this 3:20 p.m.
County. that businesses should be asked. area. At this time the Suwannee River
entertained at the Priest as well." digital conversion. If we exceed the
Over it's 103 year history, the goal all monies over our goal will be Priest Theatre has survived changing spent on renovations." Theatre has evolved from the first acts pledge support, but does not have L b a y n md a t rG l h 's a i e
by vaudeville performers in 1910, access to computers or the Internet, through silent movies and talkies, donations are being accepted during to the present 103 years later. Now, operating hours at the Priest Theatre, Priest Theatre owners face either, or by mail at: 15 NW 1st Street, High upgrading to digital project'at a cost Springs,, FL 32643. Please make of $85,00 '0, or be forced to close the checks payable to the Priest Theatre doors. and provide 'contact information,
Donations will fund a Barco DLP including address.
digital projector, a "flying" silver Remember the deadline to "Save
screen for future use with the live the Priest" is June 3, 2013. .
performing show, new audio dolby
digital surround sound system,
docking station and server, cinema 777Mv
Projector ventilation system, digital V J
pedestal, cost of electrical wiring T
service, spare lamp, construction IR l y .
fees, installation and training as well I. IRelay..mo .ona as the cost of delivery. ea o ymmDna
The Alligoods are offering my pop W.A., my boss Connie, incentives to people willing to pledge all of whom have won their funds to help save the theater. Thus battles. Also, I Relay for others far, most of the pledges they have I do know and those I don't received have come from Facebook. know who have battled and According to Janet Alligood, if wn lod tfrteoe
'the drive does not reach its goal of wn lod tfrteoe
$85,000, then they will not receive who have lost their battle. I pray A groundbreaking ceremony was held for the Austin Cary Forest School of Forest Resources and Conservation Learning Center on April 6, the funds. Pledges are going through that one day we find a cure for 2013. The new learning center will boast the "Harold and Juanita Mikell Library" in honor of Gilchrist County natives Harold and juanita a website called kickstarters.com, this deadly disease so that we Mikell. The facility will be located on a-2,080 acre teaching and research forest northeast of Gainesville. Last year, Mikell was awarded the simply search "Save the Priest". can give more birthdays. Please Florida Forestry Association's Distinguished Service Award for his lifelong contributions to the state's forest industry.
"At this point in the project people help us Relay. Remember May
are only making a pledge, their credit 4, 2013 our Relay day and help ApiisNtolChdAbe cards will not be charged until weApiisNtoaChlAbe meet our goal, each donation will be us fight!" Prevention Month, and the
an integral part of saving the Priest pinwheels on the Gilchrist County
Theatre," Janet Alligood explained. -Tracy M. Ridgeway Courthouse lawn represent the chance
"Once we meet our goal,, the at the healthy, happy and full lives all
donations will help fund the needed children deserve.
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