Gilchrist County journal

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Gilchrist County journal
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Thetis F. Fisher
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Trenton Fla
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United States -- Florida -- Gilchrist -- Trenton
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29.615 x -82.817778 ( Place of Publication )

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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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Began in 1933.
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Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 3 (Feb. 1, 1934).

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University of Florida
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Serving Gilchrist County and Surrounding Area for over 82 Years
207 North Main Street, Trenton, Florida 32693
Phone (352) 463-7135 Fax (352) 463-7393 $22.00 A Year In Tr-County Area (Glchnist,
Vol. 82- No. 48 .gilchristcountyou al.net Trenton, Florida 32693 Thursday, April 18, 2013 Price Dixie & Levy Counties), $28.00 Other Areas
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County appoints 4 to Economic Advisory Council

By John M. Ayers serve on the voluntary council, the Susan Owens would be three of the In other news from the county working with Gilchrist County will recommended that Ericka Hudson be
The Gilchrist County Commission commissioners considered Jean Sails, four new council members. Jean Sails commission meeting... be April 25, 2013. Commissioner; appointed~directorofGilchristCounty
tooka fewminutes to vote and appoint Susan Owens, Trisha Stalvey, David and Richard Essex tied for the fourth The Commission took action on Kenrick Thomas made a motion to Animal Services. Commissioner four members to the Gilchrist County Biddle, Charlie Perez, and Richard seat. The Commission voted on the tie accepting the resignation of Tanya accept the resignation of Mrs. Rippy. D. Ray Harrison, Jr. .gave a motion Economic Development Advisory Essex. and Essex won out. The new council Rippy as director of Gilchrist County Commissioner John Rance Thomas to reflect the recommendation and
Council on Monday afternoon during The county administrator, county members will join current council Animal Services. In her letter of gave a second to the motion as the Commissioner Kenrick Thomas their regular meeting. attorney and the clerk of court counted members: Diane Clifton, Buddy resignation, she explained that board approved the resignation by a agreed with a second to the motion
From a list of applicants who were the votes, prior to Crosby announcing Vickers, Lowell Chesborough, Kyle she will begin working at Trenton 5-0 vote. before the board approved this action
interested in giving of their time to that David Biddle, Trisha Stalvey and. Stone, and Dan Cavanaugh. Animal Hospital. Her last day The county administrator by a 5-0 vote.


Henry arrested Ba


for Lewd and

Lascivious Battery draws 400

By Carrie A. Mizell A Trenton resident is being held By Carrie A. Mizell
in the Gilchrist County Jail after In honor of the 20th Annual Wild Beast Feast, the Education Foundation 4 .
being charged with multiple felonies of Gilchrist County hosted a Boots -N- Bands Bash on Friday night to raise
related to alleged lewd and lascivious money for scholarships and teacher mini-grants.
criminal acts. Though the crowd was smaller than expected, the event was deemed a
Roy Lee Henry, 28, of Trenton success by Julie Thomas, president of the Education Foundation.
was arrested on Friday, Apr. 12th, "We are very excited about this possibly being an annual event with our
by officers from the Trenton Police awesome local talent," Thomas said, on Tuesday.
Department on charges of Lewd and Local musicians, including Jamie Davis, Crystal Black, Crosstyz, and,
Lascivious Exhibition and Lewd and Steel Bridge were rockin' the crowd on Friday night at the Gilchrist County
Lascivious Battery x2. Agriculture Complex.
At press time, Henry was being Several guns were raffled off during the Bash. Nick Turner, D. Ray
held with no bond. Roy Lee Henry Harrison, Jr., Felicia Schrbone, Ken Bamburger, ParkerYates, Ed McMillen,
and Trey Smith all won guns.
Sponsors of the event include Drummond Community Bank, Ameris Bank, Capital City Bank, Progress Energy, Smith Asset Management, B L u ..Uo 5 K r s Smith Law Firm, Nature Coast Insurance, and Palms Medical Group. .
In-kind donations were provided by the Gilchrist County School District, Ry Alachua Pawn and Gun, Lancaster Correctional Institute, Central Florida
$R Electric, Suwannee Valley Precast, Gilchrist County Road Department and
the Gilchrist County SherifCs Office .. ...
press timehe board of directors for the Educ?9nEFw44tion of Gilchrist County planned to meet this week and discuss ihe mutcoe of the Boots -N- Bands Bash.
When asked if the Education Foundation would ever consider hosting another Wild Beast Feast, Thomas said that is a decision made by the board of directors.
"In the end, it's all about raising money for our seniors," Thomas said. "I Trenton High School graduate Crystal Black performs at the Boots hope the support and focus remains on that." -N- Bands Bash. Photo by Heather White Photography.


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Much to the audience's delight, Crosstyz performed on Friday night. Photo by Heather White Photography..

~lefteto right, are Pedro Pedroso of Food Distribution Gainesville in 2nd place, Bell's Saturda
~~~~Cody Darling tookl1st place and onSd ... '
fellow Bell High School student There will be a food distribution
Laz Ramirez placed 3rd. on Saturday, April 20, at 10 a.m., at",
~ 8O ~'i ~the Ma and Pa's Express Store (the I
/ [li iF5 l By Carrie A. Mizell old Paw-Paws), located at the inter-
April 18, 2013 The 2nd Annual Running of the section of State Road 26 and SE 70th :
Bulldogs 5K raised nearly $2,300 Ave. This event is sponsored by the ., '
for the Relay For Life of Gilchrist Children's Table and is open to all ....
County. residents of Gilchrist County.
--""Our event was a complete, The distribution will take place in
.---- ~ ~~success!" said Carmen Pedroso, race the parking lot with registration start- "" ..
"z- ~~director. "1 am so proud of our "little" ing at 9:30 a.m. This is a new service. .. : .
race and just how much it has grown to the residents of the area and more
--in one year."~ distributions will be done as needed.
"= With more than 110 participants
"" crossing the finish line, the 2013
--- Running of the Bulldogs more than Al qu '... .....a
I doubled in number of registrations, -=.-- w
__--- participants and funds raised from onea f-- W,..... .... ,'. "
I~ C'Jyear to the next. Participation was not t ~ u
limited solely to Gilchrist County, as Cara ru k h t t r t r
U..some participants reportedly drove _UJ ----from as far away as New Port Richey,
--other Fliorida cities. There were even a es H at
OUJ participants from Georgia at the 2013 ~ R hA FedEx driver got a surprise last week when the delivery truck h ad .ji~ist parked, rolled across Main Stetin
>Z eet h rv lltewyt el ailtlt ttaton Trenton, and into the front of Southern Tire.
IX = to take part in helping to raise money Phillip Delawter reportedly parked the FedEx truck in front of Trenton Animal Hospital on Thursday at 2:15 p.m
a.to fight cancer. Satl., AltriI 20 He wentinside the business to deliver a package and at some point the unmanned truck rolled across Main Street and
"I do not know if I can find words into Southern Tire which is owned by Doug Crawford.
10 a..l. 2 pml, According to Trenton Police Chief Jim Raven, damages to the building were estimated at $5,000.
Continued to page 12 _______,________ No charges were filed.
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Page Two GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 2013

Community Even'~i'L tsi

North Gilchrist Tribute Band Republicans 'Canning'
VFD pancake to Play at Ellie will. meet workshop will -A
breakfast Ray's Mark your calendars and make be May 2
plans to come out on Monday, Apr.
The North Gilchrist Volunteer Fire Rockin' the Santa Fe Tribute Show: 22, at 7 p.m., to the next Gilchrist
Department will hold its monthly Nuthin' Fancy, the Ultimate Lynyrd REC Meeting. The country is at a Spring is here and your garden soon
pancake breakfast on April 20, 2013, Skynyrd Tribute Band will perform crossroads. The democrat party, led will be producing tons of vegetables from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Saturday, Apr. 20, at Ellie Ray's by Barack Obama, is taking a full as- and fruits!! Or you may want to take
For a donation, we offer eggs, RV Resort and Lounge. sault on our freedoms, liberties, and advantage of farmer's markets, roadjuice, coffee, or tea, and pancakes For more information call 855- our way of life. Our gun rights are in side stands or you-pick operations. (blueberry, pecan, or plain). Come RIVER-13 or visit www.ellieray- jeopardy, life is left undefended, mo- Preserving some of that food for use out and enjoy a great breakfast with srvresort.com. rality is falling by the wayside, our later in the year will give you great
family and friends. We are located on debt is crippling our future, and the taste and good nutrition and will also
CR 138, 2.5 miles east of 129. world does not respect us. We at the make memories for a, lifetime.
4 Pets.Sake to Gilchrist Republican Party are doing Join us for a canning update. All
G t it p~l~. l h our part to combat our slide into so- classes will cover both pressure canent iva larts hold luncheon cialism. Come out and join the battle ning for vegetables and boiling wafor freedom. ter canning for fruits. Sweet spreads 'Avery Killian Bryan
a lGuest speaker for this month will (jams and jellies) and pickles will A fundraiser luncheon, hosted by be Gilchrist County School Superin- also be discussed. This is for the novTeam Gentiva's Annual Luncheon 4'Pets Sake is planned .for Wednes- tendent, Rob Rankin. Rob took office ice as well as the experienced.
for the Relay For Life will be held on day, April 24, at the Bell Community at the end of last year and will be on Canning recommendations' have April 19 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Center, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. On the hand to share with everyone the lat- changed during the past few years Dinners will be $7 per box and in- menu is smoked pork, whipped but- est news dealing with our schoos. and we want you to be safe. Seating clude one barbecue sandwich, with terut squash, italian green beans, There is a lot going on in the Florida is limited. There is an optional $3.00 two sides and a drik dessert, roll, and tea. Cost is a $6 do- .may .just Proud aunts, Christen Cannon and Mariah Lampros, and uncle, Cameron
Gentiva is located at 413 E. Wade nation. funding. Mr. Rankin will be able to pay at the door, so please bring the Bryan, would like to announce the birth of, their nephew, Avery Killian Bry,
Street in Trenton. Please call ahead for food orders, fill everyone in with what effects this correct change. Please call the site an.
For more information, or to place (386) 935-0975 or (353) 221-3174, could have on our school system, and directly and' register there. 'He was born February 12, 2013, to Adam and Kieran Bryan of Bell, at a large order for'delivery, call Sarah or e-mail fourpetssakel@wind- he can shed light as to what is coming Gilchrist County classes are sched- North Florida Regional Women's Center in Gainesville, weighing eight Cleeland at (239) 273-9733. stream.net up on the horizon for our kids. uled for Thursday, May 2nd, at 1:30 pounds, 14 ounces, and was 21 inches long. ,
Please visit our website at http:// p.m., and 6:00 p.m., at the Gilchrist Proud grandparents are Robbie and Cindy Bryan of Decatur, Alabama i gilchristrec.cocodev.com/ County Library 105 NE 11th Avenue Dell Cannon, Laura and Steve Lampros, and Lisa and Howard Shinkle, of
'P i tT e Pioneer D ays__ __ Trenton, Florida. For rsvainTrenton.r
P nt ypleplease call 352-463-3176. Proud great-grandparents are Alice and Bobby Bryan of Old Town, Ray
Tow n Pur e Pr Theatre E A .I.T.H .H These programs are brought to and Arenette Cannon, of Bell, Maxie and Mike Puemer, of Horseshoe Beach,
you by UF IFAS Levy and Alachua and Gary and Gladys Shields, of Chiefland. A p The Priest Theatre is proud to take Van in B ell County Extension Services. For more SV P Spri
D ay'A pril 22 part in the annual Pioneer Days on information, please contact Muriel
We would ike to invite you to par- April 27-28, 2013. A.I.T.H.H. Mobile Food Turner at 352-486-5131.
Wiiae woi ke the P int e uto p rprl 27-28asi, weten0eaur3Wn Pantry Will be in Bell at the Club- "Suwannee Valley Players announce their Spring production opening Ma3
ticipate in the "Paint the Town Purple" The classic, western feature Wi ntr il behin BetHll at th Club- 10th! Barefoot in the Park by Neil Simon.. Shows are performed at the Chief
event for Relay For Life of Gilchrist chester 73 starring James Stewart behi Ct all R otary Fishin 0 Theatre, 25 East Park Avenue, Chiefland. For more information call 493
County on Monday, Apr. 22, 2013. Shelley Winters, along with 'ok2013, at 9:45 a.m.S nThar,2EstPkAvueCiead.orm einraincll43
"Painty te Tonday Aprle" is an 13. ay H n l ongitinuoy a For more information, please call ARTS and leave a message, or visit www.SuwanneeValleyPlayers.org.
t"Paint the eiaTwn Purple"ris anocitativ- Hudson,dy will run continuously all Debbie Long, Program Coordinator, T u n m n
ity of the American Cancer Society day. DbiLogPrra CodntrTournam ent
that promotes cancer awareness, and Stop by and cool off and hear about at 352-372-0294. A big thank you to the Bell area
gives individuals, teams and com- our fundraising efforts through Kick Trenton Rotary Club's 5th Annual
munities an opportunity to fight back Starters to "Save the Priest" orjust sit A A R P D river Fishing Tournament will be April supporters' who purchased m y hog
against cancer. It helps create a world back, relax'and enjoy the movie. The 27, out of Suwannee Marina. Its an p
with less cancer and more birthdays, concession will be open for some inshore, offshore, freshwater toua- "King" in the Suwannee River Fair
by helping people get well, stay well, great popcorn, candy, soda or our meant!
and find cures for cancer. This day old-fashioned sweet tea. An AARP Driver Safety Class will For more information, call Charlie this year:
encourages businesses, churches, and The theater will be open Saturday, be held at the Gilchrist County Pub- at (352) 463-6613 ext. 306 or Damon community members to wear purple 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, 10 a.m. lic Library on Wednesday, May 1st. at (352) 215-4580. Smith Septic
and display purple ribbons/decora- to 4 p.m. The class will run from 9 a.m. to 3:30
-tionstobring awareness to theAmeri- There will be no admission fee but p.m., attendees are asked to bring a AkinsBBQ
can Cancer Society's many programs donations will be accepted and much sack lunch. The library is located at federated Hurst M masonry
and services in our community. The appreciated. 105 NE l1th Avenue, Trenton, FL
color purple represents every type of Take a tour of the projection room 32693. re-enactm ent
cancer and is the official color of Re- to get a glimpse of the old Strong X- Registration is required, please call RandySmith
lay For Life. A panel will judge the 16 projectors that are still operating 352-333-3036. this eeken M ike W white
best decorated place and, the winner and have shown movies for over 70 t i e k n ie ht
will be placed in The newspaper. years here at the Priest Theatre. Dixie Music Dudley Farn Brant'sAutomotive
tLhldstdran Ltohyd 2 g
. ..Center to holdOn April 19th, 20th and 21st, wit- Le r and La o, -:
.Irk Centr, Rto hol AM w'1m..W EEr-n U interpreters portray the life and lives S COP6 "
uF-rKu-4u'% Spring Recital of the members of the Confederate Hodge
States of America Army "in person"
Dixie Music Center will be hold- (in character) in 1862.
Mr. Craig Mikell- ing it's Spring Recital, Saturday, Apr. Admission is $5.00 per vehicle up Your support was greatly appreciated.
27th, at 4:00 p.m. The Dixie County to 8 occupants.
Historical Society will once again be Dudley Farm is located at 18730
Santa Fe Ford graciously hosting this event at the W. Newberry Road, Newberry. For Caitlin Anthony,
Dixie County Cultural Center (old more information on this or other Bell Middle FFA
for the purchase of my steer Old Town Elementary School) on the events, visit www.friendsofdudley- U
at the Suwannee River Fair. comer of CR 349S and 55A in Old farm.org.
~Town.
I appreciate your support UL This year's recital will feature
for all fair exhibitors! guitar students, under the instruc- Come and Join Us for
tion of Mr. Bruce Miller, as well as C aJ,.
Sincerely, Jarrett Douglas U keyboard and vocal students, with The Rockbluff Band
Miss Elizabeth Schlaupitz, instruct- Featuring Hardee Myer and Linda Myer White
ing. In addition to performances by
current students, there will also be 4 ..o Play i at the Sprin HOuse
,o XJ ITT~h A z some special guest alumni students O Lodge
VID ALIA O n ions this year: Chiefland resident, Miss ARK
Sale' Kinsey Ward, who has studied both & CAMpROUND
guitar and voice, will play guitar and 0 Friday, April 19, 2013
m sing this year, as well as two surprise
guests who will perform a couple of 6470 SW 80th Avenue Do op en at1 6 p.m.
10 lb. bag ... $6.95 numbers. Trenton, FL 32693 ADmsons $2.00t prpeso
There will be a reception with light 324 -0 0CAmes/ild n 5 &0 uer Rerso
l b. ba 1 refreshmentss at the end of the pro- 324300 a pr/hlrn5&udrFE
25 lb ag .. $ 4.95gram on the grounds of the Historical Society providing a wonderful opIf yuwould like to order any onions, please call portunity to see all that the Historical We will be serving Sub Sandwiches: Ham, Turkey and Roast Beef.
YOU Society has to offer.
Heather at Gilehrist County Farm Bureau by April 30. Everyone is invited to attend this
Delivery to County Farm Bureau office will b recital to see these up-and-coming Christianity Is Not A Diet It Is A Lifestyle
May 13 17, 2013. mation, please call Dixie Music Cen- (Kent Heaton)
352-463-2298 or 352-46 -3 7 te t325230.The American culture is driven by the diet dogma. Diet law of the Lord, and in His law he meditates day and night.
Santa iFe ijv'er free drinks, low carb snacks, all natural health oriented He shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water that
~weight saving produce that attempts to slim down, reduce, brings forth its fruit in its season, whose leaf also shall not shrink and manage the ever growing wais;t line. Obesity is a wither; and whatever he does shall prosper. The ungodly Cou ty our alA rt Exhibit national concern with billions of dollars spent on how to, are not so, but are like the chaff which the wind drives
,.Gilchrist Co nyJ u n lwhy to, where to and what to with evely guru known to man away. Therefore the ungodly shall not stand in the
USP8-2 8-620The Santa Fe River and its water- hawking their wares of enrichment and quick fixes. There judgment, nor shiners in, the congregaton of the righteous.'
LJP~21-6Oshed is the sole subject of an exhibit are concerns over the roller coaster philosophy, of diet For the Lord knows the way of the righteous, but the way
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY of the artwork of more than 30 artists today, lose control tomorrow and back on diet the next of the ungodly shall persh" (Psalms 1 :1-6). Day and night
IN GILCHRIST COUNTY, 207 N. MAIN to be held Friday, April 26th from 6 day. New Year, resolutions to lose weight change as often as suggests the need for a constant impact of the word of God.
TR N ON L RI Ato8pm.a heR m 3 aley the moon phase and often on the same calendar. The reason This is a way of living, and living a way that is rooted in the
TRNOFOIAp p.m. m.ath um18Gley many do not lose weight is 'they are dieting instead of word of God.
Less than 75% advertising in Fort White. The gleyis located making life changes. AtrMssdeteLr norgdJsu otk h
We reserve the right to shorten articles, letters, 'at 2070 SW CR 138, between Fort There is a similarity in how many people approach their Book of the Law and not let it depart~from his mouth. "But
etc. and delete any part or leave out in its entirety White and High Springs, near Rumlf life with Jesus Christ: It is more of a fad than'anything to be you shall mweditate in it dayv antd night, that you may observe
if we judge such to be offensive. Island Park. serious about on a daily basis. Some diet because they to do according to all that is written in it. For then you will
S UBSCRIPTION RATES become concerned temporarily about their health and make your way prosperous, nd then you will have good
$22.00 A Year In Tni-County Area Dear Journal Subscriber, weight. After a time, they lose interest and concern "and success"' (Joshua 1:8). Losing weight is accomplished when
$2800 llOthr rea I Flria -$3 Ou O StteAs an added convenience to return to the way they were before. Then, they go on a diet a lifestyle is changed. Finding success with the word of God
J~hN MINAYIRS I yu, he rnewl dte or our again, and up and down it goes. Sounds like the way some is a lifestyle measured by a daily meditation on the mind of
JOHNMINAYER IIyouthereneal ate or our treat the word of God. It is good for emergencies and God. Lacking the courage to instill the grace of God in our
EDITOR, PU.BLISHER AND OWNER subscription has been printed special needs ,when we feel guilt, but when 'we lose interest lives will only bring heartache and sorrow.
CAIRRIE AYERS MIZELL alongside your address. You or concern it is laid aside and forgotten until we need it The apostle Paul was thankful that Timothy had made the
ASSO IAT EDTORmayrenew your paper at any again. The power of the gospel is not a short fix to solve a word of God a daily habit. He reminds him of his childhood
ASSO IAT EDTORmayfew problems, but rather a long term remedy of the sin that that taught him to love the word of God daily. "But you time during the year. If your so easily ensnares us (Hebrews 12:1). mutst continue in the things which you have learned antd
Cindy Jo Ayers, Mark Schuler, Megan Stalvey, paper is past due, you will Psalm 1 shows how a relationship with the Lord is not a been assured of knowing fromt whot: ytOu have learned
Donna Jones, and Chris Rogers receive a postcard bill in your temporary fashion style we can enjoy one moment and lay them, and that from childhood you have known the Holy
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counsel of the ungodly, nor stands in the path of sinners, through faith which is in Christ Jesus" (2 Timothy Entered as Periodicals at thd Post Office at Trenton, this to your attention to save on nor sits in the seat of the scornf u; but his delight is in, the 3:14-15). His word is inspired and will make us complete!
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THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 2013 GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL Page Three
Mr. Bellingrath acquired the first Social
franchise in the Mobile area when .
Coke was so new no one had even Social
heard of it. They say he worked nonstop to build his empire. His wife HappyBirthday wishes toPercy
worked tirelessly to develop the Langford, JoAnn Faught, Zelda
s beautiful 65 acre garden located on Mikell, Mike Edwards, and Savannah
the Fowl River. If you are ever in the Jones on April 18th; Jennifer Munn,
area don't miss a visit to Bellingrath, Valerie Elmore, and Autumn Peth
it truly is a beautiful place with a very on April 19th; Clarice Fowler, RusSinteresting history. sell Miller, Betty Sue Langford, and
All and all, I would say we really Peggy Latner on April 20th; Charlie
j I; enjoyed our trip to Mobile.- One day, Hatch, Genee Hurlston, and Jeannie
I would like to take in the garden Kelley on April 21st; Joe Gould, Maagain, and it's almost worth the drive ria Anderson, and Kim Lee on April
to Alabama just to eat the Bienville 22nd; Mark Lang, Joseph Thrash,
oysters at Wintzell's Oyster House in Evan McQuiston, Stanley Macien- downtown Mobile. ry, Jessica Mahoney, Tommy PhilCOOKING AND CARRYIN' ON This week's recipeman, and James Kitlen on April 23rd;
recipe is very timely asAnna Smagacz, Jennifer Guthrie I'll just pick up where I left off last antique furniture was imported from the sweet Vidalia onions will be here Wilkerson, Donald Hilliard, Marie
week with our trip to Mobile, Ala- Eastern Europe. soon, in fact last week' I purchased Lane, John Parrish, and Maria Lord
bama. They also had a lot of interesting some really sweet onions from Texas on April 24th.
- To recap just a little, our irand- original pieces that family members at Scaffs in Bell. If you are an onion Happy Anniversary wishes to Alan
daughter, Allie Claire's preschool are making on site from antique lover this recipe is for you. In fact Noah and Zach Owens and Denise Harrison on April 22nd.
had Spring Break a couple weeks ago molding and shutters. Some decora- our local 4-H members are having a and her mother, Carrie and I planned tive pieces were made from antiques Vidalia onion fundraiser, if you are a girl's trip to Mobile. that have been repurposed into won- interested in ordering onions just call
We got up bright and early Friday derful dressers, dining tables and 463-3174. morning and it was fifty degrees out- bookshelves.
side and the wind was blowing in Also, they had' what seemed like Jwee4 6 0aio l
off the bay. Needless to say we were hundreds of European benches that Noah Owens would like to announce the birth of his little brother, Zachary.
hoping it would warm up, but Spring were wonderful, but way to big for 1/2 cup butter William Owens Proud parents are Brent andAmyOwens of Trenton
weather never appeared that day. our modest homes. I had a fun time in 3 pounds large sweet onions (about Zach was born on February 22,2013, at the Women's Center at North FlorLike the troopers we are, we head- the back comer of the building where four onions) ida Regional Medical Center, in Gainesville He weighed 9 pounds, 8 ounces,
ed south of Mobile to find Charles I found antique European feed sacks 2 cups crushed Captain Wafers or sal- and measured 21 and 1/2 inches long Phillips Antiques & Architecturals. by the hundreds for only $20 each. tine crackers Proud grandparents are Bill and Kathy Park and Terry and Janie Owens,
This family-run business is located Needless to say a feed sack came 2 large eggs, beaten all of Trenton. Proud great-grandmothers are Margaret. Guinn of Ocala, and
near Theodore, Alabama which is home with me and I'm planning to 2/3 cups half and half Margaret Vam of Trenton.
about 15 miles, almost due south, of make a tote bag from it. After'a fun Salt and pepper to taste Mobile. time digging through all the treasures 1 10 Y2 ounce can cream of mushFinding the business was quite an at Charles Phillips, we headed to a room soup Private Deilwone Henry, Jr,
adventure, as it was just down a farm place I've always wanted to visit. 2 cups mild Cheddar cheese, grated L nI t Le [ i (W ]L ) graduates
to market road (narrow two lane) Bellingrath Gardens is located Dear Editor, an incredibly successful event. The Henr graduates
and their 'sign was about the size of near Theodore, so it was just down Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Last Saturday, on Apr. 6th, I had spirit in which this community works Army Bootcamp a posted sign propped against the the road. The azaleas were in bloom, Grease a 9x13 baking dish or pan. the pleasure of participating in the together to support many causes is comer post, marking their lane. And but their blooms had mostly blown In a large frying pan melt the butter second annual Running of the Bull- one reason I am proud to call Gilchrist Private Deilwone Henry, Jr., gradby the way, the business is only open away in a storm just the week before and add onions that have been peeled dogs,.a'5K race to'support the Relay County my home. uated from U.S. Army Basic Trainon Fridays and Saturdays, talk about we arrived. The. garden was built in quartered and sliced. Cook the onions for Life and American Cancer Soci- Anni Egan ing on Friday, Apr. 12th. He is a 2012
bankers hours. the early 1930s by Mr. and Mrs. Wal- over medium heat until just tender ety. This amazing event was o rga- Trenton Trenton High School graduate.
'So bundled in coats, we three ter Bellingrath. We were surprised to and transparent and set a side. nized and run strictly by volunteers He is the son of proud parents,
girls started to explore five large tin learn that Mr. Bellingrath made his Whisk together the eggs, half and and headed by Carmen Pedroso, the M marriages filed in Theresa Henry and Deilwone Henry, Barns that housed more wooden shut- fortune in the Coca-Cola business. I half, salt, pepper and mushroom Spanish teacher for Gilchrist County Sr., who wish him the best of luck.
ers, old stained glass windows and could not help but smile when I heard soup, set a side. Place one cup crack- high schools. A student drew the logo Gilchrist County wrought iron than you can imagine, about the funds coming from the er crumbs in bottom of dish and layer for the t-shirts, art students designed GilcPlications Charles' daughter, who was a.sweet- Coke plant, as I remembered our two in half the onions. Top, onions with and crafted the medals, and many Donnie Wayne Clardy, 46, and Marriage heart gave us tips on where to find Trenton Coca-Cola men, Mr. Hugh 1 cup cheese and rest of the cracker students participated in 'the run and Lori Race Kalapos, 52, both of High good' stuff. She told us most of the Hendrix and Mr. Eudell Parrish. crumbs. Then drizzle half the soup supported this worthy cause. Springs, were married on April 6, Gregory Matthew Turner, 45, and mixture over the cheese. Top this The event more than doubled its 2013, by Valerie Waine, notary pub- Rent with the rest of the onions. Then driz- participation from the inaugural lic. Trenton.
u--n zle soup mixture over the top. Finish event last year, growing from just
by sprinkling on the remainder of the 50 to over 100 runners and walkers
25933 West Newberry Road. Newberry, Fl. cheese. of all ages. This increase was even
David and Paula Fogg Bake for 30 minutes until the cas- more significant due to the fact that -C L A S
S352-472-2257 We Sell: serole is bubbly around the edges. this year was not an election year and
Local Raw-Honey Note: At the end of the recipe I many of the participants who sported
Local Raw Honey broke up a few more Captain Wafers their political attire last year were not
Amish-Made Jams and mixed them with the last cup of in attendance this year.
Tn Jellies cheese and topped my casserole with The route was mapped to encom(
WanldJellies .the cracker cheese mixture. pass tranquil country roads. The (Apri!Only
($1..00 037zAahI -ad.a. witk christ" Enjoy! volunteers and participants were all
($1.0 OYEwith histd~. v~ii~ WILI \ s -. friendly and cheered on .each and 1 Lin ie
every participant.:as they-crossed the L~TI1 ,V4~ -#A
finish line. The race attracted many c'U'4k I,,
more people from outside Gilchrist
County who may return to experience
what this beautiful little county has to
offer. Maybe nept yea tlahaerStaned Glass Station
offCommerce can set up a table with 969 South Main Street Bell, FL 32619
portunities available at the springs Classes Saturdays,10 a.m. to noon and Thursday 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
iand river. t r opI just wanted to take a moment L/ "f sej,&e bo *Qfu f d WV, w4M W o{ e.
to congratulate and recognize Mrs. For more information call Lynn
of__C hildrenPedroso, the teachers, students, and
everyone else whose hard workand 386-935-1 206
w ith M medicaid dedication helped to make this race


GILCHRIST COUNTY KINDERGARTEN
All ORIENTATION AND REGISTRATION
for the 2013-2014 School Year
Orientations will be held for the next year's Kindergarten students at Bell Elementary School and' at Trenton Elementary School. Bell's Kindergarten orientation will be held on Thursday, May 2, 2013 at 6:00pm and Trenton's orientation will be held on Thursday, May 9, 2013 at 6:00pm. '
Parents and children will meet in the cafeteria of each school and will have an G lch rist C ou nty, opportunity to meet school personnel, visit the Kindergarten classrooms, and take a short
bus ride. Cookies and milk will be provided for the children. After the orientation, ,
HealIth Departm ent parents may register their Kindergartner for the 2013-20 14 school year.
A new Kindergarten student must be five years old on or before September 1, 2013. is now a The following documents are needed to complete the registration:
~1. Proof of child's birth M ediA idaj D e q~iic~ 2. Child's recent physical (dated within one year of starting school)
ca n te t3. Child's current immunization record (**Read about updates below)
tvt aa"' n are rov der4. Child's Social Security card (optional) M ana ed are rov der5. Proof of county residence (such as an electric bill, homestead exemption
form, property tax receipt, voter's registration card or rental receipt with
for Dental Services. landlord's proof of county.residence)

Children who have attended Pre-Kindergarten or Head Start Programs and are to start Kindergarten this year are required to have updated:
1. Registration forms
For more information 2. Immunization records (**Read about updates below)
3. Proof of County residence
or an7 a p l m n**Beginning with the 2008/2009 school year, children entering kindergarten are

w ith D r. Sujin Ju 'required to receive TWO doses of varicella vaccine.
Parents may pick up a registration packet at either school. If the parent does not have all or F rish a Fa eerithe required documentation needed for registration, they may turn in the packets when
or F ris ta F qee i 'they have all the information or return the completed packet in before school starts.
please call However, children are not placed on teachers' rolls until their Registration Packets
~are complete.
3 52 -463-3 120 e xt 1 3 1. If parents have any questions about kindergarten registration requirements, please
call:
Bell Elementary School at 463-3275
Trenton Elementary School at 463-3225




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Rep. Yoho /

to attend By Angie Land
What says "girl" loudet than ruffles
local flag and bows? A family that I love dearly
just welcomed a new baby girl into
p s t o their fold, and I immediately found
myself in the baby section of every
store I entered, admiring all the precious pink outfits, and buying a few!
As the mom of teenage daughters, I
0' miss the ease of this kind of clothes
shopping for my girls because in our
culture, "cute" takes a radical turn in
the pre-teen and teen years. As girls
grow and mature, the clothing industry's advertisements seem to offer
less and less coverage.
It seems that guys and girls are being exploited by the fashion industry,
because guys are wired to appreciate Angie Land
visual beauty and girls love looking Wardrobe: A Battle Worth Fighting,
beautiful, the bar keeps being lowered author Dannah Gresh explains that
as to how much "beauty" is revealed. God's purpose for a woman sexuIn the name of fashion, many girls ally is to captivate one man with her
are showing much more skin than beauty, but it is her responsibility
Tedmodesty should allow. According to ke6p that beauty a treasured seCogesa e ooDr. Mark Johnson is shown at left with Theresa Sapp, Patricia Yates, and Todd Gray. Photo by Bill the Bible in I Timothy 2:9, women are cefothmasecosstob
Cogesa h Bil :,wmnae'cret for the man she chooses to be
On Saturday, May 4, U.S. Con- Killborn. to dress modestly, with decency and her husband. When women dress
gressman Ted Yoho will visit The propriety. It is interesting to note that immodstly, hen woen thesr
American Legion Jamerson-Shef- the word "modest" translates from thes, y "l t
field Post 91 to present flags to the Greek root word for "adorn." This secret" to many men. In doing this,
families of two local deceased vet- i *dlLL L word is often used to speak of God's we are missing God's intend plai.
erans. The American. Legion Riders creation, specifically the arrangement This is more than fashion, it is sig.
T re n o n o ta y C u b ceat~n'speifiallythearrngeentAs parents, we must call it what it is
Chapter 91 will host the ceremony. of the stars. What is more beautiful pent we t cl i attis
The ceremony is' scheduled to begin and points more clearly to our Maker when we talk to our daughters, and
at 9:00 a.m. Yrn o thanr lookin upa'h syo help them 'make clothing choice$'
t a than looking up at the sky on a starry that will reflect their style and taste
Tired U.S. Navy Chief Petty Officer By Patricia Yates numerous topics and he highlighted Health First Aid training. Mark was night? Such a view generates pure without compromising their values.
Wilbur (Doug) Ladue Barlow and Dr. Mark Johnson, Director of Meridian's exploration of a possible the guest of Rotarian Patricia Yates, and unpolluted thoughts, unlike the says, "There is a strong case
Wilbur~~~~~~ana (Doug) "There Balo an thorong igieaseomayo te
U.S. Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Development for Meridian Be- Opioid Treatment Program (OTP) Chairperson of Meridian's Board thoughts ignited by so many of the to argue that the end result of today $
Richard Henry Nejbauer. Both of havioral Healthcare, spoke to the in the Tri-County area, the Families of Directors, and Todd Gray, who revealing outfits popular Di d ot s s
their families are from Newberry. Trenton Rotary Club on Monday, in Transition (FIT) Program, and serves on Meridian's Board of As- In an article itled Your Daughter'scuity. I don't know about you, but I CPO BarloWServedin the Florida April 15. Dr Johnson discussed the explosion in requests for Mental sociates. For Lif Want to remove anything that places
National Guard during the Korean R e ay rs my sweet daughter at risk of having
War Era and served in the U.S. Navy gram, and donations to Cub Scout her heart broken by sexual sin." T0
during the Vietnam War Era. P03 Pack 406 as well as other veterans' doesn't mean that women can't dres
organizer with a sense-of personal style Or fash
Nejbauer served in the U.S. Navy benefits. The public is welcome to organizers iion. Why don't we just make sur
during the Vietnam War.Era. our Bingo games. Come join us for io h n e t e
The flags to be presented have been an evening of fun Bingo. Free coffee now selling that like the stars, we are adorned i#
flown over the U.S. Capitol in honor and hot chocolate is provided to our such a way, as to point those who ar
lu m in riesooking at us, to our Maker.
of these two veterans. The American Bingo patrons. loo at us o Make
Legion, Jamerson-Sheffield Post 91 The next monthly membership lum inaries For some great tips on modest
will conduct the flag folding portion meeting for Post 91 will be on Thurs- The Relay for Life of Gilchrist fashion and parenting, check out th
of the ceremony. Congressman Yoho day, April 18th. The monthly Post 91 County is now selling luminaries for website: purefreedom.org.
will present the flags to the families, membership meeting activities will the luminary ceremony portion of Because Every Heart Matters,
The American Legion Riders and start with a chicken and dumplings the event to be held May 4, 2013 at Angie
The Patriot Guard will form a flag dinner being served at 5:30 p.m. The Trenton High School track.
line during the ceremony. Several lo- membership meeting will begin at A luminary may be purchased In
cal organizations to which the veter- 6:30 p.m. As always, our post dinners Honor Of or In Memory Of from
ans and their families belonged will are open to the public, takeout or eat- any participating relay team or at
be represented. The public is invited in dinner for a $5.00 donation. All the Gilchrist County Courthouse
to observe this event to honor these Legion! members, their guests, and Supervisor of Elections Office.
veterans and pay respects to their prospective members are welcome to Recommended donation is $5.00 per
families. attend. luminary. Yard Sale at Old Town
American Legion. Jamerson-Shef- To learn more about The American The luminary ceremony is
field Post 91 hosts Bingo every Legion and how to get involved with scheduled to be held at 9 p.m. This is 'Methodist Church
Tuesday evening. Our Bingo Hall is the local, state; and national veteran Members th FldFa B Stt W Ldhp Coin- a very special part of Relay of Life as
smoke-free and alcohol-free. Doors, ,poi.muty visit us at oMm.bPst head- the oriaarm bureau ae omens eaersi we remember and honor our friends The Old Town United Methodist
wi n at4. Regular gameS--quart.n.s. Highway" .129 .be- mittee pictured from left, Michael Rogalsky, FFB Women's Coordina- and family members,- both those" Church islhaving a, yard sale on Fristart at 7:00,. p.m., Sixteen Bingo .tween,the, towns of Trenton and Bell tor; Ginny Paarlberg, Chai7 Michelle Williamson; Sarah Carte, Vice- survivors and those who have passed day and ,udaX, April26-27, from games are played, with variable jack-, (across the highway from the "Field Chair; Danielle Daum; Tamara Wood; and Emily Eubanks. away. a.m. to 2p.
pots that depend on the number of of Dreams"). You may also call Post Relay for Life of. Gil'christ County There will also be a bake sale and
players present. Game #15 is now the Adjutant Rod Lacey at ,(352)221- A re w invites you to be a part of Relay For the men will be grilling hamburg"large diamond" game. The proceeds 2352 or visit us on the web at https:/l Life as we Celebrate, Remember and ers and hot dogs during lunch. This
Post 91 receives from game #15 each www.facebook.com/AmericanLe- Fight Back on Saturday, May 4, 2013 will be held in the barn at the church
week will be donated to Cub Scout gionJimersonSheffieldPost9 1.' t beginning at noon through Sunday on Highway 19, in the center of Old
Pack 406. For the last game, one1 lori,,a n action al morning, May 5,2013 6 a.m. Town.
number is added each week to playFt for a progressive jackpot (minimum N ee A S gn?
$150.00, maximum $250.00), with lead ersh i t
a consolation prize of $50.00. Pro- C W C S leadership training
ceeds will provide support for local
youth and veterans such as scholar- Date High Low High Low High.
ships, sponsorship in Boys State pro- Submitted on the importance of agriculture. Thu 0.457 ft. 2.232 ft. 1.547 ft. 2.637 ft.
On April 5th, 10 women represent- The Women's Leadership Commit- Apr 18, 13 2:15 AM 8:54 AM 2:17 PM 7:55 PM
ing the Florida Farm Bureau State tee coordinates consumer outreach Fri 0.578ft. 2.340ft. 1.461 ft. 2.554ft
Women's Leadership Committee at- events and supports multiple chari- Apr 19, 13 3:26 AM 10:04 AM 3:47 PM 9:29 PM
tended the 2013 American Farm Bu- ties with food and monetary dona- Sat 0.606 ft. 2.534ft. 1.175ft. 2.629ft.
Ceau Federation National Women's tions throughout the year. Apr 20, 13 4:38 AM 11:01 AM 5:08 PM 10:53 PM
Leadership Conference at the Paris The women represented the follow- Sun 0.579 ft. 2.765 ft. 0.771 ft.
Come join u! M g e y T a e n at Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. ing counties: Dixie, Gilchrist, Levy, Apr 21, 13 5:39 AM 11:46 AM 6:11 PM
The conference is held biennially Alachua, Marion, Flagler, Volusii, Mon .2778ft. 0.555Tft. 2.999 ft. 0.337 ft.
and provided numerous professional Seminole, Citrus, Hernando, Pasco, Apr 22, 13 12:00 AM 6:29 AM 12:23 PM 7:01 PM development opportunities for wom- Hillsborough, Pinellas, Polk, Sumen involved in Farm Bureau. Attend- ter, Lake, Manatee, Sarasota, Hardee, 3221ft -067ft.
* * ees had the opportunity to network Highlands, Charlotte, Suwannee and Ar 23, 13 12:57 AM 7:14 AM 12:58 PM 7:46 PM
with other women from throughout Lee. Wed 3.073 ft. 0.639 ft. 3.421 ft. -0.405 ft.
O 6. 5 -the nation and attend training sessions* Apr 24, 131:47AM 7:55.AM 1:31 PM 8:29 PM
** -*** ** to strengthen the state and county Vidalia onions 2A
i Farm Bureau programs in Florida.
--farms to gain a better understanding4fua of Nevada agriculture. The sale ends on April 30, call the COMVE JOIAN US AT
*.Farm Bureau women play an es -extension office at 463-3174 for more IJ]] [~t/ [ I AT S
sential role in educating the public information today! J l l J LJJ
BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Trenton United Methodist Church CHURCH
"Committed to living and sharing the message of God's love" ): 203 NE 2nd Street __"Holding Forth the Word of Life."
Bible Study 9:45 a.m. Trenton, FL 32693 L 5509 S.W. County Road 232, Bell, Florida
Sunday) Worship 1.1 a.m. & 6 p.m. 352-4632 877 (2.5 miles West of SR 129 Between Trenton & Bell)
Prayer & Discipleship Wed. 7 p.m. L'Spinday school for all at9:30 a m.
YuhPas&Wosi-We.63pm.sSunday morning Worship at 8:30 a.m. and 11 a m. Sunday School ..................10:00 AM
Awan Pr&orm i Wed. :5 p.m. /~ A Wednesday evening Bible study at 6p pm. Morning Worship ................ 11:00 AM
Awan Proram We. 5:5 p~. IDale Elzle, PastorL
Pastor: Stephen Ahrens 352-463-2028EvngWosi. .....60P
Music Minister: Rick Reed 7070 S.W. CR-334A ......~ et* Wednesday Prayer & Youth ...7:00 PM
Youth Director: Aaron Bachle Trenton, FL 32693 Phone 352)a43-1562* Pastr: Ronl ac
bethelit@bellsouth. net www bet helbaptisttrentonfl coin ieGoeBpitCuc

16655 N. W. CR-339 ..
UNION BAPTIST CHURCH SBw.O cflne .....wIegnnn
629"E 5HAVNE-NWER, L369(jj Dr. Greg Douglas, Senior Pastor Bpith rch
$UNDAY CIHIOOL ,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,9:45 -MI'1/- 1 Pastor Rickey Whitley, Assoc. Pastor/Youth PO ~4943 W7t te
............. ...................Pastor Emanuel Harris, Education/ChildrenP..B x 29 8 0SW 0t
MORNING WOR$HIP ................................... II AM BAPTIST CHURCH Pastor lared Douglas, Collegiate/Missions Trunton, FL 32693
EVENING W~ORSHIP *.................................. 6 PM LOVING GOD AND LOVING PEOPLE Pastor Josh RyalIs, Music_ (One Block Past Otter Springs Resort)
WEDNE$SDAY EVE:NING serviceE$: Sunday School ............................................. 9:1 a.m. If Bro. Christopher Ruggles
ADULT BIBLE STUDY, CHILDREN, & YOUTH ... 6:30 PM Worship Service ......................................... 10:30 a.m. A g Pastor
PA$TOR: TRAVI$ MOODY Evening Worship...............6:00 p.m. :
MINI$TER OF YOUTH: RaBBIE BE.ACH Wednesday Night Services: j e 5-2-86cugeS@ezr~o
MUSIC DIRECTOR: CHARLES$ BROCK A WA NA... ...................................... :........... 6:30 p.m. Cel35-2086culs0@ tzrco
(CHUJRCH PHONE: 352-4.72-3845 Prayer Meeting, Youth, College & Career............... 7:00 p.m. Sunday School 10 am Sunday Morning Worship 11am
"WIN THE LOST AND TEACH THE SAVED TO SERVE" ~ Nursery provided for all services ~ Sunday Evening Worship 6 pm Wednesday Bible Study 7pmo





THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 2013 GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL Page Five



HOSA wins 1st in State contest -----Submitted __ HOI4 D Fi S
The Bell Health Occupations Stu.dents of America (HOSA) Chapter, New Designs oAdditions/Remodels -Pole Barn Plans
competed at the HOSA State compe- New Energy Forms oWindloads B

tition on April 4th through the 1 th, i E
in Orlando. 352-463-8857 Office
There were 13 students who competed in the following categories, -------- 352-274-3006 Mobile -.----'Public Service Announcements,
-Sheila Arenas, Caitlyn Clemons, and
Allie Madlem; Job Seeking Skills,
'Ricky Bucholzz; Health Education,
Ranie Butler, Morgan Jones, and Penelope Sutliff; Prepared Speaking,
,Andrew Griffith; and Parliamentary Sales, Service & Installation o Residential & Commercial
,Procedure, Olivia Bailey, Amanda All Makes & Models Service Installation
Dennis, Sarah Hunter, Victoria Waldron, and Jonathan Robinson.
ONE CALL DOES IT ALL!
The Parliamentary Procedure (Par
Pro) team placed first in the state and RA001 6184 ER0004960
vill be competing in the HOSA Na- ,1 -- I It tl ', I[,'?.,I 11/:-- 1 3060'1
tional competition in Nashville, Teh- 111:kV,' =qIA[1 463nessee, June 26th through the 30th. 4
To cover expenses of the trip the Par MOMy_______________ UM___ff. __F1__________Pro team will be fundraising.
If you would like to donate or R.A. Colson
sponsor the team, so they can com- Rl Co lson
pete at Nationals, please contact Ka- W e n e n c.
trina Havelock, Bell HOSA Advisor, The Parliamentary Procedure first in state winners, are shown from left Victoria Waldron, Olivia Bailey, *e C Inc.
at 352-463-3232. Amanda Dennis, Jonathan Robinson, and Sarah Hunter.
Residential Commercial
Scholarship -New Construction Remodel Additions
n o n Swimming Pools
it Randy Colson
opportunity FL.State Lic.#CGC1504769 352-949-1450
Submitted
For many years, the Suwannee
River Resource, Conservation and
ADevelopment Council helped those such as renting farm equipment to Pre-School Learning Center, Inc.
small farmers at reasonable rates to A private school for your child's eady learning years.
saving millions of gallons of water
with a mobile irrigation lab. Low Ratios
Now they're ready to lend a hand Free VPK
again, this time creating a $125,000 Pre-K Program
endowment that will fund scholar- Free Breakfast & Lunch
ships for University of Florida Col- Reduced Fees Available J)
lege of Agricultural and Life Sci- FCCPC Certified Teachers
ences students from their 10-county CPR/First Aid Certified
region. Ages 2-12, 7am-6pm
The Live Oak based nonprofit had *Ae -2 a-p
a long and successful existence, said Reduced fees, based on your income, are available through the Early Learning a log a R uscg en, futh exniation', p- Coalition (now Open Enrollment). Stop by for a tour of our facility and pick Rufus Ogden, the organization's pres.... ..ident, but fell to eventual state budget up an application. It would be our pleasure to serve you and your child.
cuts and thinning membership. 352-463-3555
"We thought if we put the money
in an endowment, it would be like the Corner of Hwy. 129 & S.R. 47, Trenton
,.BES Students of the Month be able to live on forever," Ogden
said. Owners/Directors
Bell Elementary School Students of the Month are shown,front row, from left to right, Zane M., Caden R., The support'of groups like the Su- Amy Wesley Woods NAC Accredited
Caden D., Sawyer D., Nathan S., Lillyan D., Alysia T., Angie M.; middle row, from left to right, Victoria wannee River R, C and D makes a Holly Wesley Bussard License #C03GI0006
. L., Amy M., Skyler S., Julia H., Charity, A., Casey C., Kaden C., Melvin M.; top row, front left to right, real difference for students, CALS
Dean Teri Balser said. CALS, which _____________________________-Abigail M. Jason D./Tristan. T,. Kya ,g., Willw L-,Clayton A., Joseph P. r D ean 5,00 student, i part
has more than 5,000 students, is part
of UF's Institute of Food and Agri- www.gilchristschools.schoolfusion.us
cultural Sciences. CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Students eligible for the need-based CAL ei dR Of E-VEI 4TS
scholarships must be from Jeffer- Gilchrist county Superintendent's Office 1-800-884-9131
son, Madison, Hamilton, Columbia, Transportation Office 1-800-833-5702
Gilchrist, Levy, Taylor, Dixie, Su- BELL ELEMENTARY
wannee or Lafayette counties, have 4/18-19 FCATTesting
a 3.0 grade-point average and have 4/18 3:15-5:15pm ARAfternoon @BES
aspirations to work in the agricultural 4/22-4/26 Volunteer Week @BES
indust.The endowment will gen- 4Safety Patrol Fundraiser industry.4/23-24 FCAT Testing
rate approximately $5,000 a year BELL HIGH SCHOOL
in scholarships. Depending on the 4/18-19 FCATTesting
number of qualified applicants, there 4/18 TBA Varsity Softball Districts @THS
could be five $1,000 scholarships or 4/18 7:00pm Varsity baseball game vs/St.Francis @BHS
fewer higher-award scholarships. 4/18 TBA Varsity Softball Districts @THS
The scholarship awards will rotate 4/22-23 FCAT Testing
beaog the counties and there may 4/22 TBA Varsity Baseball Districts @THS
be no more than one recipient from 4/24 FCAT Testing
TRENTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
each county per year, she said, and 4/18-26 Grades 3-5 FCAT 2.0
students may receive the scholarship 4/23 3-6 Family AR Night
for multiple years. TRENTON MIDDLE SCHOOL/TRENTON HIGH
IT Students interested in the scholar- 4/15 FCAT Reading 6-10, math 6-8, science 5-8
hips may apply online at http://cals. Softball Districts at Trenton..Game I Bronson v Hawthorne 7:00
ufl.edu/currentstudents/scholar- 4/16 5:00 Softball Districts winner of game I v Hilliard
THEY'REwaISsLUNGSl. 6:30 V BB v Taylor County
shipsawards.shtml.7:00 Trenton v Bell
4/18 Track Regionals
4 du ti n7:00 Softball District Championship game
'~ r u ~ ~ l 4/19 Late registration closes for May 4SAT test
S7:00 V BB v Chiefland
Bell High School's graduation will 4/20 Cheerleading "Back to Basics" camp for all candidates
i be held on Friday, May 31. Trenton 4/22 US History Window
High School's graduation will follow 4/23 v BB Tournament in Trenton
:''on Saturday, June 1. 4/24 Cheerleading Paperwork due
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Kid's World Participated in Florida's Children's Week by having Gilchrist County Commissioner Todd Gray read "Hot Rod Hamster" to their pre-school students. Mr. Gray is a Kid's World parent and owner V 7
of Gray Construction. The children enjoyed having this special guest read to them.


Childrens Week celebrated atlocal preschools adLi ct

a t lo c a l p rWelfare Committee, from left to right, Wanda Clemons, Norma Birman, Chri Schreiber, Leslie Reitz,
and Lois Scott.
Over this year, the Gilchrist
2 County Woman's Club has hosted
a wide variety of guest speakers
and interesting topics for discussion. In April's meeting, Wilma
Mattucci, our local Librarian,
and Wayne Griner, the regional
Adult Programming Coordinator,
informed us of the wide variety
of programs and classes offered
by the Three Rivers library system. There are classes on cake
decorating, E-readers, container
gardens, preparing resumes, soap
making, diabetes, canning and
extreme couponing, to mention
some of their offerings (check out .
www.3riverslibrary.com). It was
a thoroughly enjoyable and informative evening, thanks to the Wel\-4 ~ 'fare Committee.
The May meeting will be held
on May 9th, and will be the last
meeting before summer. The Social half-hour starts at 6:30 p.m.,
with the meeting to follow at 7:00 Trenton librarian Wilma Mattucci and Wayne Griner, regional
p.m. Members are encouraged adult programming coordinator for Three Rivers Library System
to bring a guest who is interested spoke at the April meeting. in joining the club. For more information, type www.Gilchrist- Clubhouse is available for rent for pervisor of Elections (or Tracy or CountyWomansClub.org in your occasions such as wedding recep- Lisa) at 352-463-3195 from 8:30 web browser to access our web- tions, family get-togethers and club a.m. to 5:00 p.m. site. meetings. If interested, contact Con- For more information, go to the
The Gilchrist County Woman's nie Sanchez, Gilchrist County Su- website listed above..

At Fun 4 Kids, Sheriff Bobby Schultz came and read the book "Hot Rod Hamster" to the VPK and Pre-k athletes did such a great job that they and our Boys Team outran district this year and a special thanks to 'our classes, on Wednesday, April 10,for Childrens Week. will be advancing to the Regional teams; Trenton, Lafayette, Branford, coaches: Girls Coach, Terry CarnleA,
Meet at Orlando on Thursday, April Cornerstone Christian Academy, and Boys Coach, Brad Surrency, and t Bell Track and 18th: Cedar Key. very big thank you to Tiffany Liles,
Ashton Mathews 2nd Place, Dis- The Girls Team defeated Trenton, Jason Surrency, Brooke Hilliard, and B Field Team has a cus 23.87m (78.3 Ift) Cedar Key, Lafayette, and Chiefland. Cody Darling. We also want to thank
MacKenzie Raney 2nd Place, 200 A great Bulldog congratulations all of our parents and community f4 A R epair successful season Meter Dash 29.08 to every single one of our athletes their support of the Bulldog Tract
Zach Diehl, Jarred Boyette, Jo- for their hard work and dedication and Field Program. Submitted vani Arenas, Logan Cutts 4th Place, f.n D11I'
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He is survived by his wife, Jeanne m
Shepard Greenfield of Trenton; and
many loving nieces and nephews.
The family will be having a memorial service around the middle of .....
May.
Mrs.B Asbell Deen Mrs. Willie C. Franklin Service and the Phoenix Society, and Arrangements under the care of
SMrs. Betty Asbell Deen, 81, passed Mrs. Willie C. Franklin, 76, left retired in 1993, after nearly 40 years Watson Funeral Home of Trenton.
,away on Friday, Apr. 5, 2013. She this earthly life' for her heavenly of faithful service. He also taught For online condolences, or to sign ,iwas born on March 16, 1932, and life on March 15, 2013. She was the mathematics part time at Prince the guest book, visit www.watson,was reared in Levy County. daughter of Willie and Ruth Kin- George's Community College in fhtrenton.com.
She was preceded in death by her ney Couch, bom on July 29, 1936, Largo, Maryland, and the University
'loving husband, George S. Deen, in Winston Salem, North Carolina. of Maryland. Herb returned to Cedar Mr. Craig Owen
'Sr.; her son, George S. Deen, Jr.; She lived her life to the end loving Key in 2003. Mr. Craig Owen, 45, of Chiefland
:her daughter, Ceceilia "Cissy" Deen and doing for others. She had a kind His wife of 43 years, Imogene M. passed away Friday, Apr. 5, 2013, in 'Wiggins; her parents, Lavett Asbell and sweet spirit and always made the Holman, passed away in 2000. Chiefland. and McIntosh Asbell; and her sisters, best of her circumstances and made He leaves his wife of six years, Born in Gainesvile, he has spent Audrey Walker and Juanita Geiger. friends easily. Wilma Colburn Holman; three sons, his lifetime in the Levy County area.
She is survived by her son, Daniel She was preceded in death by her Leland of Coconut Creek. Bradley Craig was a truck driver, enjoyed the Lewis (Ann) Deen; son-in-law,Gene parents, siblings, and her son. of Laurel, Maryland, and Gary of outdoors, and loved to hunt. He was
'Wiggins; grandchildren, Ryan She is survived by her loving daugh- Seminole; grandchildren, Kimberly a 'people person' with a good sense
7(Brooke) Deen, Christopher (Julia) ter and son-in-law; granddaughter Holman Whitfield, Joseph Michael of humor and loved his family. 'Deen, Cindy (Mark) Ponce, Dawn and grand son-in-law; many nieces, Gaidurgis, Jonathan Holman, Kelley He is preceded in death by his faWiggins, Candacie Wiggins, Charles nephews, cousins, and friends; her Anne Holman, Ryan Loyd Gaidur- ther, Arthur Ray Owen. Ailine's Tuesday night class is making their version of this quilt. The
:(Ashley) Deen, and Cecil Deen Craft; grand-dog Beau; and they all loved gis, Jason Holman, Lindsey Holman He is survived by his mother, Al- class will run for several weeks as they meet Tuesdays from 5:30 p.m. great-grandchildren, Caleb Deen, her very much. Thayer, Amanda Holman, Bradley bajean Owen, and grandmother, to 7:30 p.m. instead of an all day class. Classes are held at the Levy
.Samuel Ponce, Joseph Ponce, Reilly We would like to express our T. Holman, Jr., Claire Holman, Sean Artha Spillane, both of Chiefland; County Quilt Museum.
Deen, Emmalee Deen, and Chaise gratitude and thanks to all the staff Holman, Andrew Holman, Matthew sisters, Karen Fults and Denise BushCraft; and many nieces, nephews, and friends of the Tri-County Nurs- Holman, and Emma Holman; and way, both of Trenton; his dear friend
and extended family. ing Home for the love and care they eleven great-grandchildren. and companion, Jinean English of L o C
Services will be held at Pine Grove showed her while she was a resident. Services were held at the Cedar Chiefland; and many friends. T flrs
Baptist Church Cemetary in Levy She considered many of you, not just Key Baptist Church on Monday, Apr. Graveside services were Friday, L C a b in QLiL
County, on Friday, Apr. 19, 2013, at friends, but family. 15, 2013, at 11:00 a.m., with a visita- Apr. 12, 2013, at 1:00 p.m., at Ebene:11:00 a.m. Arrangements under the care of tion at 10:00 a.m. In lieu of flowers, zer Cemetery, in Chiefland, Pastor Submitted mind that we're five miles away from
Watson Funeral Home of Trenton. donations may be made to the Haven Jamie Brock officiated. Tet ind a 10 miles from
Online condolences or to sign the Hospice in Chiefland, or The Cedar Hiers-Baxley Funeral Services, The Log Cabin Quilters met Thurs- Chiefland and 10 miles from Bronson. AiMrs. Martha Lillian guest book at www.watsonfhtrenton. Key Baptist Church. of Chiefland is honored to serve the day, Apr. 11, at the Levy County Quilt Cars kept coming including from the
Clemons com. Hiers-Baxley Funeral Services Owen family. Condolences may be Museum. Pat G. started the purse Chiefland Police Department. Over
SMrs. Martha Lillian Clemons, of Chiefland is honored to serve the offered by visiting our website at making class. Pat showed the class on Hwy 129, moe vehicles were arpassed away at her home in Old DHolman family. www.hiers-baxley.com an easier way to put in a zipper. By riving. Within in 45 minutes, the two
, Dr. Herber Harlan Friday afternoon, most of the purses boys were captured near Quincey
-Town, on Friday, Apr. 12, 2013. were almost completed. Farms on CR 320. The bloodhound
" Mrs. Clemons was bor in Old Holman, Mrs. Alpharetta Jones Thursday lunch was deviled eggs, unit from the Cross City Correctional
Town on December 14, 1939, to Del- Mr. Herbert Harlan Holman, PhD paret a Jones Thrsdayalunchews devi s, unit r o the r ss City Ce
-mar and Lula Thomas, and lived there Mathematics, 82, died on the 13th of Mrs. Alpharetta Jonesa, of Bran- chowder, BBQ meatballs, fried capture to see if they could track the
,her entire life. She was a homemaker April, 2013, at the Haven Hospice in 10, 2013, at the Haven Hospice of chicken, pear cake, chicken and noo- route the boys took through the fields
.and mother who loved to read, work Chiefland, after a brief illness. die 2013, are Cen Hief chie, pork loin, fruit salad and much to Quincey Farms.
:'in her garden, entertain people, and Born and raised in Ceda eCifadCr etr helnde oklifutsldadmc oQicyFrs
her rostertas pel Herbie would help his father Key, following a long illness. more. It was great to have a delicious We would like to thank all the agen:collect roosters. She was a member oud he is unn fishing: Mrs. Jones moved to Gilchrist meal with friends. cies involved in the capture for the
of Srub Crek is Churcnd store, that was located next to their County in 2000 from Wisconsin. On Tuesday, Officer Greg and the two boys, agencies from Gilchrist,
Mrs. Clemons was survived by She and her husband Hollis, oper- boys were out. They didn't get to Dixie, Levy, and Taylor counties,
ons Caeral (ea Jef C olos r. 4 h e at th e y er of ParkSt.andated Jones Christmas Tree Farms in finish their work as two of the boys as well as the Chiefland Police De:of Cape Coral, and Jeff (Dolores) FL-24 in C dar Key. A member of Gilchrist County Florida and Montel- -i jumped over the fence behind the partment. Ironically I was just ask-Clemons of Old Town; daughters, Boy Scout Troop 103, he became the lo, Wisconsin, and was a member of building and our drama began. First ing Lieutenant Bailey and Sergeant
Kelly (Ronald) Whitby of Old Town first Eagle Scout in Levy County. Af- t
:and Mary Clemons of Old Town; 11 ter graduation from The Cedar Key the First Baptist Church of Branford. of all, in the over twenty years that Loy what do we do in the event of
:grandchildren, David, Jenny, Jeff, School, Herb attended the University Survivors include her husband of Lancaster has been coming out to an emergency and Officer Greg was
-Penny Sue, Sabrina, J.J., Clayton Of Florida, where besides fishing for 64 years, Hollis Jones; one daughter, help us, we have never had any es- unable to be of assistance. We now
ya E, Krin, J lay to o d weeds fh g Suzanne (Jeff) Newman of Valrico cape or even an attempt. The two know that help is really only minutes
:17 great-g grandchildren, ends meet, he graduated with a Bach- one son, Ronald (Janet) Jones of Mr. Michael Peters boys, who had never been here be- away. We hope that this incident
A visitation was held at the funeral elor's and a Master's degree. He also Montello, Wisconsin; four grandchil- Mr. Michael S. Peters, Jr. fore, jumped over the fence and took does not harm the relationship we home Sunday, Apr. 14, 2013, be- joined the Air Force ROTC and even- dren; and two great-grandchildren. Mr. Michael S. Peters, Jr. off running. Within minutes, Lieuten- have with Lancaster. We know the
weenthe.tually earned the rank of Captain in Funeral services were conducted Md Maen Strs, Jr. 3, ant Kevin Bailey and Sergeant Carl boys are well screened before they teen the hours of 3 p.m: and 5 p.m. ton Saturday, Apr. 13, 2013, at 11:00 pr Loy, of Lancaster Youth Facility, get in the work release program, but
.'Funeral services were held Monday, the e whe reserve a.m., in the First Baptist Church of 2013, at Haven Hospice of the w- were in pursuit. The two men were' stupid can happen. Thanks Lancaster
,Apr. 15, 2013, at 2:00 p.m., at the He left the area when his emplKel aom., in the First asr
pou m a t e a r o y Branford, Reverend Gordon Keller out for an unscheduled visit and were for all your help.
;Rick Gooding Funeral Home Cha- met with the Federal Government born on March 16, 1981, in St. Pe- able to begin looking for the boys im- We are beginning a second beginand Reverend Dan Main officiat- tersburg, to Michael S. Peters, Sr., abeditenlooin O ffic r rgscdthe s im tp care bei ni ay ecnd beinpel, with Reverend Bobby Bryan and took him to the Washington D.C areaan RerndDnMiofcat ,pl hReverend B onita Corbi n caed wohimte heaotnmarri d a r eahs ed. Interment will be held at a later trbrt ihe .PtrS. mediately. Officer Greg secured the ning quilt top class in May and we're 2Reverend Benta Corbin officiated. where he got married and raised his and Lindaen Webb be held at ailater
;Inermnt ollwedat cru Crek amiy. urig tat imehe entondate in Underhill Cemeter in Pack- and Linda Webb Krathwohl. Michael
tooved to Bell, 20 years ago, and he rest of the boys and we (the Museum very pleased that the class is already
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Baptist Church Cemetery. to earn his PhD in Mathematics from waunee, Wisconsin.
A hurrang meter p e ud e ar n h th in ashing- fr Daniels Funeral Homes & Crema- worked in the construction industry. The first Levy County Sheriff's about more classes.
Arrangements were placed under the Catholic University in Washing- He is preceded in death by his fa-Deatntvhcewsttesee
trInc., of Hev isk preede inreatnbyhisfa Department vehicle was at the scene Hope to see you out at the Museum
4the care of the Rick Gooding Funeral ton D.C. He was a charter member story, Live Oak and Branford MichaeloS. Peters, Sr.infivemites
4Home of Cress-ity-- of the Senior Cryptologic Executive was in charge of the arrangements. hei ied bye his mother, ess an nu. p .
_______Linda (Robert) Krathwohl of Bell; a L neaeMr. Charles Warren sister, Linda (Greg) Elliott of St. Pe- t i A a o.CFC1428141
La btersburg; two nieces, Amanda Elliott P LU MI UNG
Lamb and Grace Elliott both of St. PetersLCharle wa e Lamb, 92, burg; and a nephew, Daniel Elliott of WELL PUMP SERVICE WATER SOFTENER
passed away at his residence onStPersug
LX+'+"-- t:rf / Wednesday, Apr. 10, 2013. Charles St. Petersburg. COMPLETE PLUMBING SERVICE
~~~~~~~was born on November 1, 1920, in The family will be having a cel- cO PEE LU BN S RVC
/XI.rIA Glenville, West Virginia, to Wil- ebration of life for Michael at a later SEPTIC & DRAIN FIELD
Glevia e Wedst L ina toM Vrne date. DRAIN CLEANING &VIDEO INSPECTION
amn Judson Lamb and Merle Varner Arrangements under the care of
C ..A.. SECUR.TY.. PR .BATE Lamb. He moved to Trenton 16 years Watson Funeral Home of Trenton. ONE CALL DOES IT ALL!
SOCIAL SECURITY 0 PROBATE ago from Tallahassee. Charles served Online condolences or to sign the
in the U.S. Navy, attended Glenville guest book at www.watsonfhtrenton.3060 III State College in West Virginia, where com. atwwJwtsnftrntn
| /, < ; / 1 I y > 5 he played college football. After he ___graduated he was a teacher and a
football coach. He was a musician, Mrs. Merle Yvonne Reed
._ playing the guitar and banjo. Mrs. Merle YVonne Reed, 79, of Leslie Sapp Construction, Inc.
He is preceded in death by his son, Steinhatchee, passed away Tuesday,
...Charles "Charlie" Lamb; a sister, Apr. 9, 2013.h W I LLS DIVORCE Ruby Pritt; and brother, Hale Lamb. Mrs. Reed was born in Pensacola, Assistance with Planning and Design
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SIt is time again for Gilchrist County Schools to write special both of Steinhatchee; daughters, ;; ,,
m ~~~~~~~~~~Diane (Kirk) VanDervort of Ads- :, :; i"
projects for the next year. If you have questions about any of the tinTexas, Cindy(Gene) Eason of
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following projects or if you would like to provide input for Radford of Pensacola; brother, Earl .,, -...'a<,(;i?,-,! : -7|
prjctw itn, las al he Sh~lBor O fce a (5) Boyington of Perry; sisters, Nette ?: ,2:..o:1
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Page Eight GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 2013

Todd Bass, Esquire NOTICE OF APPLICATION
r Kelly Kronenberg NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NM()I HC SESD
I1000 North Ashley Drive, Suit 504 FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that AN WAR PAT WARY I
Tampa, Florida 33602 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the holder(s) of the following Certifi- All of said property being in the Count
IL ieg a li N o tfi~ce s Phone: 813-223-1697 the holder(s) of the following Certifi- catefor said Certificate for a Tax Deed suofGich Cr tcate shalloriea rf
Fax: 813-228-0636 cate for said Certificate for a Ta edt issued thro.Tenm~)of the Uls uhCriiaesalb e
AMERICAN'WITH DISABILITIES to be issued thereon. The name(s) of the holder(s) of said Certificate, the descrip- deemed according to law, the property
PUBLIC NOTICE IN TILE CIRCUIT COURT OF ACT. If you are a person with a disability holder(s) of said Certificate, the descrip- tion of the property, the name(s) in which dsrbdi uhCriiaewl esl
The Gilchrist County Hazard Mitiga- TILE EIGHTH JUJDICIAL CIRCUIT, who needs any accommodation in order tion of the property, the name(s) in which it is assessed are as follows: to the highest bidder at the Courthouse tion Planning Committee will meet at IN AND FOR GIULCILRIST COUNTY, to participate in this proceeding, you are it is assessed are as follows: NAME(S) OF CERTIFICATE Door0 onte21tdyofMyM21,a
10:00 a.m., on Monday, Apr. 29, 2013, at FLORIDA entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision NAME(S) OF CERTIFICATE HOLDER(S): GILCHRIST COUNTY 1:0AM
the Gilchrist County Emergency Opera- CASE NO. 2012 000112 CA of certain assistance. Please contact the HOLDER(S): GILCHRIST COUJNTY Certificate Number: 20 10-402 TODD NEWTON
tions Center, located at 3250 N. US Hwy FLORIDA CREDIT UNION, ADA Coordinator at (352) 337-6237, at Certificate Number: 2010-128 Issue Date: 5/29/2010 12:00:00AM GCLCROIRUT COUFLRID
129 Bell, FL 32619. The County encour- Plaintiff, least 7 days before your scheduled court Issue Date: 5/29/2010 12:00:00AM PIN: 09-07-15-0077-0000-0840 PubLsHRIlT 18,N25, ay2,OIDA3b
age an iterstd ctiensan buinss appearance. If you are hearing or voice PIN: 30-08-14-0081-0000-0120 Tax Deed File#: 12-03OTD
owners to attend and provide input. The JODY W. CLARK AND ROBERT .E impaired, please call 711. If you .are deaf Tax Deed File#: 12-02l1TD LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF THE
committee guides the preparation of the, LEE, or hard of hearing and require an ASL LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPERTY LOT 84 SANTA FE NOTICE OF APPLICATION
Gilchrist County Local Mitigation Strat- Defendants. interpreter or an assisted listening device PROPERTY: LOT 12 RIVERVIEW RANCH SUBD UNREC 46/481 196/597 FRTXDE
egy, Which serves as a plan to reduce the Ito participate in a proceeding, please EST SUBD TAX DEED 2004/4090 TAX DEED 2004/4072 NOTIC IS X H EREGVNta
community's long-term risk to people NOTICE OF ACTION contact Court Interpreting at interpreter@ NAME(S) IN WHICH ASSESSED: NAME(S) IN WHICH ASSESSED: The E hodrS of EB IVN theaolwn etand their property from the effects of TO: JODY W. CLARK circuit8.org SUMM INVESTMENTS INC PAULETT'E HOMESthhodrsofheolwigCtfnatra diasers Ameein agnd wil 750. 6THSTRETPublished April 18, 25, 2013b. All of said property being in the Coun- All of said property being in the Coun- te forsaied Chertificate fonaes Dfte
be available prior to the meeting. Please NEWBERRY, FL 32669 ________ty of Gilchrist, State of Florida. .ty of Gilchrist, State of Florida. t eise hro.Tenm~)o h
contact the Gilchrist County Emergency YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Unless such Certificate shall be re- Unless such Certificate shall be re- holder(s) of said Certificate, the descripManagement Department at (386) 935-. to foreclose a mortgage on the following TIHE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT deemed according to law, the property deemed according to law, the property tion of the property, the name(s) in which 5400 for more information, real property in Gilchrist County, IN AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY, described in such Certi ,ficate will be sold described in such Certificate will be sold it is assessed are as follows:
GILCHRIST COUNTY 2013 LOCAL Florida: FLORIDA to the highest bidder at the Courthouse to the highest bidder at the Courthouse NAME(S) OF CERTIFICATE
MITIGATION STRATEGY Lot 5 of WESTLAKE WOODS CASE NO.: 21-2012-CA-0046 Door on the 2 1st day of May, 2013, at Door on the 21st day of May, 2013, at HOLDER(S): GILCHRIST COUNTY
MEETING AGENDA SUBDIVISION, as per plat thereof SUNTRUST BANK; 11:00 A.M. 11:00 A.M. Certificate Number: 2010-980
Sign In recorded in Plat Book 2, Page 21, Plaintiff, TODD NEWTON TODD NEWTON Issue Date: 5/29/2012 12:00:00AM
Introductions of the public records of Gilchrist vs. CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT Tax: Dee-Fie#-16-0400TD04
Review current member roster County, Florida. TOGETHER WITH DIANNE BOZAKIS a/k/a DIANNE M. GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA LEGAL DESCRIPTION OFTH
Suggestions for new members a 1976 SKYL ID# 04630269AJ and BOZAKIS, UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF Published April 18, 25, May 2, 9, 2013b. Published April 18, 25, May 2, 9, 2013b. PR ETY'LT4BK7UI4
Review of current project lists ID# 04630269BJ which is permantly DIANNE BOZAKIS a/k/a DIANNE M. _______________ 4_______7_UNIT__4
Review and discussion on finished affixed to the lands above-described 'BOZAKIS, LEE BOZAKIS UNKNOWN SUN N FUN 47/201 2005/721
projects for 2012 and, as such, is deemed to be a fixture SPOUSE OF LEE BOZAKIS, NOTICE OF APPLICATION NOTICE OF APPLICATION NAME(S) IN WHICH ASSESSED:
Discussion on new projects to be and a part of the real estate. UNKNOWN TENANT #1, UNKNOWN FOR TAX DEED FOR TAX DEED EDWARD W. CARTEE
added has been filed against you and you are TENANT #2, and all unknown parties NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that All of said property being in the Coun* Open discussion required to serve a copy of your written claiming an interest by, through, under the holder(s) of the following Certifi- the holder(s) of 'the following Certifi- ty of Gilchrist, State of Florida.
Adjourn defenses, if any, to it on James E. or against any defendant, or claiming cate for said Certificate for a Tax Deed cate for said Certificate for a Tax Deed Unless such Certificate shall be rePublished April 11, 18, 25 2013b. Sorenson, D. Thler Van Leuvan, Mary any right, title, and interest in the subject to be issued thereon. The name(s) of the to be issued thereon. The name(s) of the deemed according to law, the property
________Liazee Branham, Elba N. Serrano- property, holder(s) of said Certificate, the descrip- holder(s) of said Certificate, the descrip- described in such Certificate will be sold
INTH CRCI CUR FR Torres, Conor J. McLaughlin and Joshua Defendants. tion of the property, the name(s) in which tion of the property, the name(s) in which to the highest bidder at the Courthouse
NTHEHHUDA CIRCUITFR J. Logan, the Plaintiff's attorneys, __________ it is assessed are as follows: it is assessed are as follows: Door on the 21st day of May, 2013, at
IN NDFORGICHRIS woseadres i Pst ffceBox418,NOTICE OF SALE NAME(S) OF CERTIFICATE NAME(S) OF CERTIFICATE 11:00A.M. O
INADFRGLHIT Tallahassee, Florida 32315-4128, within NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN HOLDER(S): GILCHRIST COUNTY HOLDER(S): GILCHRIST COUNTY TODNW N
COUNTY, FLORIDA 30 days of the first publication and file the that pursuant to a Final Judgment of Certificate Number: 2010-281 Certificate Number: 2010-404 CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Case No: 21-2012-CA-106 original with the Clerk of this Court either Foreclosure entered in the above-styled Issue Date: 5/29/2010 12:00:00AM Issue Date: 5/29/2012 12:00:00AM GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA RALPH WASHNOCK, a single man, before service on the Plaintiff's attorney cause in the Circuit Court in and for PIN: 18-10-14-0027-0012-0260 PIN: 09-07-15-0077-0000-0940 Published April 18, 25, May 2, 9, 2013b.
Plaintiff, or immediately thereafter; otherwise, a Gilchrist County, Florida, I will sell Tax Deed File#: 12-023TD Tax Deed File#: 12-02911D
JAS. L.SUNRJ.,JNNRlt will be entered against YOU for at public auction to the auction to the LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF THE LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF THE NOTICE OF APPLICATION:'
JA .SUMNER, J., SUMNIERJ h relief demanded in the Complaint or highest bidder in cash, except as set forth PROPERTY: LOTS 26 27 30 & 31 PROPERTY: LOT 94- SANTA FRTXDE
AMANDARSUERM DEBOMRL Petition. hereinafter, on May 13, 2013, at 11:00 BLK 12 SUW RIVER SUBD 82/480 FE RANCH SUBD UNREC 46/481 NOTIC IS X H EREGVND
AMANDA SMNER, DEORAH L. Dated this 5 day of April, 2013 a.m., at the Gilchrist County Courthouse, 86/244 89/395-396 91/234 92/582 93/576 2004/4101 NTC SHRB IEfi
SUMNER, HOUSEHOLD FINANCE Todd Newton 112 S. Main Street, Trenton, FL 32693, 108/245 139/375 185/125 185/1,26 NAME(S) IN WHICH ASSESSED: the holder(s) of the following Certifi-KNRONATEONANS INY POSE- As Clerklof the Court that certain real property situated in the 2005/2 191 EDGA ROLDAN cate for said Certificate for a Tax Deea
KNON TNNT N POSS (SEAL) County of Gilchrist, State of Florida, NAME(S) IN WHICH ASSESSED: All of said property being in the Coun- to be issued thereon. The name(s of th
SINBy: V. M. Wilson more particularly described as follows MONIQUE PIERRE LOUIS ty of Gilchrist, State of Florida. holder(s). of said Certificate, the 1lscripDefendants As Deputy Clerk Lot 7, SUWANNE ROVERA All of said property being in the Coun- Unless such Certificate shall be re- to ftepoettenm~)i hc
___________________/ Published April 11, 18, 2013b. ESTATES, an unrecorded ty of Gilchrist, State of Florida. deemed according to law, the property it is assessed are as follows:
NOIC O ATINSubdivision, in Section 17, Township Unless such Certificate shall be re- described in such Certificate will be sold NAME(S) OF CERTIFICATE
NOTCEOF CTON9 South, Range 14 East, Gilchrist deemed according to law, the property to the highest bidder at the Courthouse HOLDER(S): GILCHRIST COUNTY
TO: JAMES L. SUMNER, JR. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF County, Florida, being more described in such Certificate will be sold Door on the 21st day of May, 2013, at IssetDiate: 5/29/:2010-200:0A
JENNIFER J. SUMNER, JERREMY THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT particularly described as follows: to the highest bidder at the Courthouse 11:00 A.M. IseDt:52/001:0OA
L. SUMNER, AMANDA SUMNER, IN AND FOR GILCHRIST COUJNTY, Begin at the Center of Said Section Door on the 21st day of May, 2013, at TODD NEWTON PIN: 14-10-16-0554-0013-0010
DEBORAH L. SUMNER, HOUSE- FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION 17, and Run North 89'39'00" 11:00 A.M. CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT Tax Deed File#: 12-025TD
HOLD FINANCE CORPORATION, Case No.: 12-CA-000062 West, 2051.60* Feet; thence run TODD NEWTON GILCHRIST CUT( FLORIDA LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF THE
ANIDANY UNKNOWN TENANTS IN WELLS FARGO BANK, NA, South 00'21'00" West, 265.03 CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT Published April COUNTMyZ , 01b PROPERTY LOTS 1 & 2 BLK 13
POSSESSION. U8,25 Ma 2,9, N2UN50223b.DE
Plaintiff, Feet; Thence Run North 86'58'43" GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA 206/5112004/67UNIT 4 7 SU U 20 TXDEED
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that you have V. West, 87.37 Feet; thence Run North Published April 18, 25, May 2, 9, 2013b. 20/1 2004/674 205/ 894 SSSSD
been designated as defendants in a legal CAROL LAWSON, et al.. 011624" West, 281.55 feet, more __________NOTICE OF APPLICATION NAPOEO N WEVCHAPMENTED
proceeding filed against you for Foreclo- Defendant(s). or less to the Bank of the Suwannee FOR TAX DEED AlE sadEeLOPMbein n teC
inre Gi ciountyvFloeria mortuly /River; Thence Run Easterly along NOTICE OF APPLICATION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that AlofsipretybngnthCuinGlcrstCuty loia mr flysaid bank 100.00 Feet more or less; FOR TAX DEED the holder(s) of the following Certifi- ty of Gilchrist, State of Florida.
described as follows: NOTICE OF SALE thence Run South 00021 '00" West, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that cate for said Certificate for a Tax Deed deemes acc riicawte pl re
.Lots 17 and 18, Block C, Replat of a NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Pursuant 60 feet more or less to the Point of the holder(s) of the following Certifi- to be issued thereon. The name(s) of the descried acing c Cetiiatwil bhe sroldrt
portion of Two Rivers Estate, a subdi- to a Final Judgment-of Foreclosure dated Beginning. Subject to the Right of cate for' said Certificate for a Tax Deed holder(s) of said Certificate, the descrip- becibd iddc ertiate h lbesouros vision, as per plat thereof filed in Plat Arl9, 2013, and entered in Case No. Way of SW 25th PL, along the South to be issued thereon, The name(s) of the tion of the property the name(s) in which to the highest bde tteCutos Book 1, page 22, of the Public Records 12-CA-000062 of the Circuit Court of Side thereof. holder(s) of said Certificate, the descrip- it is assessed are as follows: Door on the 21st day of May, 2013, at
ofGilchrist County, Florida, TOGETH- the Eighth Judicial Circuit in and for ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN tion of the property the name(s) in Which _NAM(S) OF CERTIFICATE' 11:00A.M.,
ER-with (2) separate single wide mo- GILCHRIST County, Florida in which INTEREST IN THE .SURPLUS FROM it is assessed are as follows: 14ODERS):fLHITbdbNT 1 TODDN WT N "
bile homes described as a 1970 ARTC, WELLS FARGO BANK, NA, is the THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN NAME(S) OF CERTIFICATE 4 Certificate Nuffit: 201l 0-516 ''- CLERK OF C.IRCW!T COURT
VIN # G11,106, and a 1%60 ALMS VI Plaintiff and CAROL LAWSON and THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE HOLDER(S): GILCHRIST COUNTY Issue Date: 5/29/2010 12:00:00AM GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA
# 20371, located thereon, owned by and JULIUS LAWSON are Defendants, I will DATE OF LIS PENDENS MUST FILE Certificate Number: 2010-294 PIN: 19-08-15-0580-0000-0070 Published April 18, 25, May 2, 9, 2013b'
in possession of the Mortgagor. sell to the highest best bidder for cash at A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER Issue Date: 5/29/2010 12:00:00AM Tax Deed File#: 1 2-027TD
Tax Parcel ED# 130714038000OC107 112 S. Main Street, Trenton, FL, 32693 THE SALE. PIN: 18-10-14-0027-0023-0020 LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF THE
The action was instituted in the Eighth beinn at eleven o'clock a.m. on the TODD NEWTON Tax Deed File#: 12-022TD PROPERTY LOT 7 WOODLAND NOTICE OF APPLICATION
Judicial Circuit Court, Gilchnist County, 12 day of August, 2013, the following CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF THE ACRES UNREC PLAT OF HARVEY FOR TAX DEED
Florida, and is styled RALPH WASH- described property set forth in said Final (SEAL) PROPERTY LOTS 2 3 BLK 23 SUW JARVIS CONT 1.08 AC 158/554 UTLY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
NOCK vs. JAMES L. SUMNER, JR., Judgment of Foreclosure: By: V.M.ilson RIV SUBD OR 44 PG 590 OR 62/27 EASEMT 160/477 167/111 1455 the holder(s) of the following CertifiJENNIFER J. SUMNER, JERREMY L. COMMENCE AT THE DptClr 82119/57 1/15 246 1 /525/6 cate for said Certificate for a Tax Deed
SUNEAMNA UNEDE- SOUTHWEST CORNER OF Published April 18, 25, 2013b. NAME(S) IN WHICH ASSESSED: 281/365 2005/234 235 tolbers i ssd hern. ate T he a es of t
ORAB L. SUMNER, HOUSEHOLD THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER ______SAMUAL STRUBEL, LILLIAN NAME(S) IN WHICH ASSESSED: hodrsofaiCeticeheecip
FINANCE CORPORATION, AND ANY OF THE NORTHWEST STRUBEL ROBERT EUGENE ROACH, tion of the property, the name(s) in which
UNKNOWN TENANTS IN POSSES- QUARTER OF SECTION 29, PUBLIC NOTICE All of said property being in the Coun- ROY P. ROACH, CHRISTOPHER W. it is assessed are as follows:
SION TOWSHJIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE CITY OF TRENTON ty of Gilchrist, State of Florida:. BOATRIGHT, JOHN A. ROACH NAME(S) OF CERTIFICATE
You are required to serve a copy of 15 EAST, GILCHRIST COUNTY, REGULAR MEETING Unless such Certificate shall be re- All of said property being in the Coun- HOLDER(S): DALE WESLEY
your written defenses, if any, to the action FLORIDA FOR THE POINT OF 'The Trenton City Commissioners willded acrigtlwheporytyfGicisStefFoia Certificate Number: 20 10-994
onRa E Toas J.,Plitif' ato- BEGINNING; THENCE GO meet in Regular Session Tuesday, Apr. described in such Certificate will be sold Unless such Certificate shall be re- PIset: 5/2920160 12:B040:0A
ney, whose address is P.O. Box 39, Bell, NORTH 330.00 FEET', THENCE 23, 2013, at 5:30 p.m., in the Trenton to the highest bidder at the Courthouse deemed according- to law, the property PI:1-01-56-OB49
FL 32619, on or before May 9, 2013, GO EAST 661.32 FEET; Community Center located at 214 SE 3rd Door on the 21st day of May, 2013, at described in such Certificate will be sold Tax Deed File#: 12-O6OTD
and file the original with the clerk of this THENCE GO SOUTH 330.00 Avenue, Trenton, Florida. 11:00 A.M. to the highest bidder at the Courthouse LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF THE
court either before service on Gilchrist FEET, THENCE GO WEST Item nlddo h gnaaea ODNWO oro h 1tdyo a,21,a PROPERTY LOT .S 49 & 50 BLK
Cont Curhus, 125.MinStee, 661.32 FEET TO THE POINT follows: CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT 11:00 A.M. RUNIT 6 SUN N FUN 46/206 & 592,
Trenton, FL 32693, or immediately after OF BEGINNING. ALL LYIdNG A. Call to Orde GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA TODD NEWTON 49/203, 58/396, 92/398, 96/461, 99/79,
service; otherwise, a default will be en- -AND BEING IN GILCHRIST B. Adoption of Agenda Published April 18, 25, May 2, 9, 2013b. CLERK OF CIRCUIT COUR 168/3 10 & 311, 234/43
tered against you for the relief demanded COUNTY, FLORIDA. C.ShdldGetJ_______ ICRS ONY LRID NAME(S) IN WHICH ASSESSED:
in the complaint or petition. TOGETHER WITH A 200 C. Kceeit Mconells GICRS FisCBpitUulihdApiT1,2 ay2,RIDA3 RONALD S. CARTER
The Court has authority in this sui to DO1EWD FLEEWth Chu cegrdngl siprit NOTICEt OFlihe APPLICATIONa 29,203b .11___ Al of sai prpet ben in the C-




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By: V. M. Wilson R e p o r ling city and county roads, working
Deputy Clerk Sher iff 's Arrest Re o school zones at Trenton High School,

,g NAttorney for Plaintiff: assisting at the quilt show and Bell
Elizabeth Welborn, P.A, Food Pantry, and assisting at Long
35 '0 Jim Moran Blvd. Suite 100LadnadSR4brge D e f e d B a h F L 3 4 2A p r il 8 2 0 1 3 L a n d in g a n d S R 4 7 b ri d g e .
Deerfield Beach, FL 33442 Arl8203Several members underwent a CPR
(continued) Telephone: (954) 354-3544 Shannon Jenkins, 38, Trenton, was re er cours at mergency
I 48.65 FEET TO THE POINT OF Facsimile: (954) 354-3545 arrested for Violation of Injunction refresher course at the Emergency
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE BEGINNING. THENCE CONTINUE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE $400 Cash Bond, Columbia County Management Office in Bell, while
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN N 02'49'05"W, 459.82 FEET; THENCE AMERICANS WITH DISIBILITIES Warrant/Violation of Probation Vi- another course will be conducted on
AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY, RON S 8651'25"W, 463.20 FEET; ACT, If you are a person with a disability olation of Domestic Violence. Injunc- R VApril 25th, for members who were
FLORIDA, THENCE RUN S 02034'03"E, 459.94 who needs any accommodation in order tion $250,000 Bond. unable to attend the earlier session.
PROBATE DIVISION FEET; THENCE RUN N 86050'35"E, to participate in'this proceeding, you are David Alexander Marcum 18 CARE (Check and Respond Ev
FILE NO. 21-2013-CP-5 465.21 FEET TO THE POINT OF entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision Interlachen, was arrested for Aggra- eryday) callers made 22 calls and 19 ER RE:TUCOF BEGINNING, ALLLYINGAND BEING of certain assistance. Please contact ed Wo n v t i s h r
ERA MAE TUCKER, IN GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA. Ms. Jan Phillips, Human Resources vated Battery with Deadly Weapon visits to participants in the program.
Deceased,/ Any person claiming an interest in the Manager, 201 East University Ave., $25,000 Bo1d. The CARE program is designed to
NOTICE TO CREDITORS surplus funds from the sale, if any, other Room 410, Gainesville, FL 32601, at make contact with shut-ins or resiEe administration of the estate of, than the property owner as of the date of (352) 337-6237, at least 7 working days April 10, 2013 dents living alone who would like a
ERA MAE TUCKER, deceased, whose the lis pendens, must file a claim within before your scheduled court appearance, Jerome Robinson, 22, Chiefland, arrested for Suwannee County War- well-being check on a daily basis. ,date of death was February 24, 20-12, 60 days after the sale. or 'immediately upon receiving this was arrested for Violation of Proba- ranbViolation of Probation Driving Anyone interested in learning more File Number 21-2013-CP-5, is pending Dated at Trenton, Gilchrist County, notification if the time before the tion Aggravated Flee & Attempt to while License Suspended or Revoked about the CARE program should call in the Circuit Court for Gilchrist County, Florida, this 9 day of April, 2013. scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; Elude Driving while under the Influ- Habitual No Bond. Director Milli Blalock at (352) 463Florida, Probate Division, the address of Todd Newton if you are hearing or voice impaired call Ee
which iGilchist County Courthouse, Clerk of said Circuit Court 711. of Alcohol or Drugs, Resist Ar- 6750.
112 S. Main Street, Trenton, FL 32693. (SEAL) Published April 18, 25, 2013b. rest without Violence ROR. April 14, 2013 The next meeting of the Volunteers
Te nMistrie Lee. Yates, 29, Bell, was will be held on May 7,2013 at.6 p.m., ,The names and addresses of the personal By: .MW i sn
representative and the personal represen- yApril 11, 2013 arrested for Driving while under the in the Gilchrist County Sheriff's Oftative's attorney are set forth below. Cleld Okon S & Pincus Patrick Adam Land, 27, Bell, was Influence of Alcohol or Drugs $2,000 fice meeting room.
All creditors of the decedent and other P.L. Galomons arrested for Violation of Probation Bond. The public is invited to attend and
persons having claims or demands against attorney for Plaintiff .c rs- Domestic Battery ROR. Robert Stephen Phillips, 35, Tren- the election of officers will take place
notice is required to be served must file 500 S. Australian Avenue, Suite 730 C ou tyJohn C. Brooks, 52, High Springs, ton, was arrested for Domestic Bat- at that time. nice nis eqtue toh cor t fTHi West Palm Beach, FL 33401 C ou'ftV was arrested for Grand Theft III tery $4,000 Bond. The Volunteers welcomed one new
their claims with this court WITHIN (561) 713-1400 $5,000 Bond. member during our April. meeting
AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST Published April 18, 25, 2013b. L n Theodore C. Potter, 48, Branford, and we always look forward to meetPUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR Ian d was arrested for Violation of Proba- Gilchrist SheriffIs ing prospective members who are inPUBRICTI O A Y IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE tion Driving while under the Influ- terested in serving Gilchrist County
THIER (30) DAOAFT THICGILCHRISTCOUNTY FLORIDA ence of Alcohol or Drugs with Prop- Volunteers News residents and, assisting the Sheriff's
NOTICE ON THEM. CIVIL DIVISION r erty Damage $10,000 Bond. Office.
All other creditors of the decedent C No.: 21-2012-CA-000057 Dominique R. Catholic, 20, Bar- During the month of March 013, Rosemary McDaniel, PO
and persons having claims or demands BANK OF AMERICA NA. Kei Duin 2013,
,aans cders Nate ms fr eir B ANK OF AMERICA, -.Kara D. Whitt amd Kevin C. Whitt tow, was arrested for Attempted Sex- Citizens Patrol cars were driven Gilchrist County
claims' with this court WITHIN THREE vi to BAC Home Loans Servicing LP ual Battery $50,000 Bond. 1483 miles and volunteers donated Sheriff's Volunteers
at tKA Countrywide Home Loans Ser- Raymond Elton Stieve,. 66, Fan- 147 hours of their time while patrol(3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF MICHAEL C. IVEY; BONNIE A. IVEY vicing LP, certificate of title, $100.00, ning Springs, was arrested for DoNTE. SA/K/ABONNIEL. IVEY; ETAL., 2010-CA-000010, Lots 5,6, 7 & 8 mestic Battery ROR.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN Defendants, Block 12 Sun N Fun Unit-2. *oXPERIENCED RELIABLE). %
T LE T IM PE DS T F OEWTHIN NOTW ilfredo Ramirez and Juana April 12, 2013 1 U T ; Co N
SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA FORCLOSIRE SALE Ramirez to Jacqueline Ramirez, quit Roy Lee Henry, 28, Trenton, was
PR AEC O D E 733 .70 BFE F ORV ER (To be P ublished in T he G ilchrist t R oeien y 8 re t n a
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER ( o uih Journal) claim deed, $10.00, Lot 50 Norfleet arrested for Lewd & Lascivious ExNOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Pine, 011016020400000500. hibition, Lewd & Lascivious Battery Agn 24N TERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, A pursuant to a Final Summary Judgment M yra P. Thomas and Charles X 2 No Bond. 7n 1 ,: -',. r)
CLI M FIE D ORTH (2) Y E S O dated April 9, 2013, entered in Civil Case R. Thom as to K elly Philm an and Joseph Grant M itchwas, 29, H igh for uiO Q ) [ CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS No 21-2012-CA-000057, of the Circuit Rachelle Philman, warranty deed, Springs, was arrested for Violation
-DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit in and $516,000.00, 170815000000050000. of Probation Driving while License LOCAL
he date of first publication of this notice for Gilchrist County, Florida, wherein Capital City Bank to James F. Har-. Suspended or Revoked ROR. ( is APRIL 18. 2013. BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. is Plaintiff, rington and Phyllis Harrington, war- Jan M. Cleary, 47, Bell, was arrest- IN-HOUSE-FINANCINGAVAIL.
Attorney for Personal Representative: and MICHAEL C. IVEY; BONNIE ranty deed, $12,000.00 Lot 127 Wat- ed for Failure to Appear Worthless wYRm or (-X (ZrQBQ 3
Theodore M. Burt, PA. UNKNOWN TENANT #1; UNKNOWN casassa Campsites Umt 1.. Checks $1,500 Bond.
Attorney at Law TENANT #2; ALL OTHER UNKNOWN Jimmie D. Rogers and Glenda Diana Ruth Jones, 47., Bell, was
Florida Bar Number 172404 PARTIES CLAIMING INTEREST BY, Rogers Ferner FKA Glenda F. Rog- arrested for Possession of Less than
114 Northeast First Street THROUGH, UNDER, AND AGAINST ers to Ameris Bank, warranty deed, 20 Grams of Cannabis, Possession of GET OUT OF JAIL...
Post Office Box 308 A NAMED DEFENDANT(S) WHO $37,000.00, Lot I Waccasassa Camp- Drug Parapheralia ROR. D3 lE W YAU#
Trenton, Florida 32693 ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD sites Unit 1. ChristopherM. Castor, 32,Trenton,"
'ersonal Representative: (352)463-2348 OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAME Saulo Bento Desouza and Troy Pul- was arrested for Trespass in Structure "CYNTHIAERCOGLIANO UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM ley to Southern Forest Grove LLC, after Warning $1,A Bond. l I .
5100 Mecaslin Drive AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, tax deed, $2,087.42, Lot 42 Santa Fe W
New Port Richey, Florida 34652 DEVISEES, GRANTS, OR OTHER Comers Unrecorded, 07-07-16-0032- April 13, 2013
PuiDhe p ri 34652 TODNEWTON, theClerk ofCourtwill 0000-0420, 12-008TD. David M. Parrish, 32, Trenton, FL DIXIE LEVY GILCHRIST
Publisheel Apri 18, Law to3b So th r ForestN teClr f o rwl 9151 NE 80th Avenue

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF to the highest bidder for cash in front Yok H. Law to Southern Forest was arrested for Driving while Li- & $SURROUNDINGAREA
STHUDICIAL CIRCUIT, I of the courthouse, 112 *. Main Street, Grove LLC, tax deed, $2,087.42, cense Suspended or Revoked $2,000 Bronson, Florida 32621
THE 8TH J UD C A I C I ,

AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY, Trenton, Florida, 32693 at 11:00 a.m. on Lot 32 Forest Woodlands, 32-08-14- Bond. 24 HOUR SERVICE 3486-1 971
L Ithe 10 day of June, 2013 the following 0083-0000-0320. Micah T. Ellsworth, 35, Bell, was
CASE No.: 2012CA0013 described real property as set forth in said Crystal Elaine White to Dwayne U.S. BANK NATIONAL Final Summary Judgment, to wit: White, quit claim deed, $10.00, Lot
ASSOCIATION, A, ,Tj COMMENCE ATTHE SOUTHWEST 2S Honey Bee Farms, 12-10-16FOR THE CAA-kAFM RT G t Q .ER OF THE SOUTI* AST 0090-0000-0250. ..
LOAN As~~ QUARTTIR'(SE l/&OF SW 1/4)-,OF Chrh "lAet'C W fn
C IE2006- SECTION 4, TOWNSHIP 8 SOUTH, LterwyCaurt yu
CERTIFICATES, SERIES RANGE 16 EAST, GILCHRIST Luther Dewayne Carver to StanCB8, lONY LRDFRTe Iy Paul Rutkowski, warranty deed, r-O u n
Plaintiff, POINT OF BEGINNING. THENCE $45,000.00, 33-07-15-0230.0000Belinda L. Todd, RUN ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF 0030. I III nuac
Defendant. SAID SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF Federal Home' Loan Mortgage
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO' SOUTHWEST QUARTER, NORTH Corporation to Robert W. Cromer,
88-45'35" EAST, 1185.54; THENCE warranty deed, $130,000.00, Lot 7
CHA nER45 RUN NORTH 0107T00 WEST, 757.27 Federa 11oe Ln rtge 3nc e
NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENpursuant FEET TO THE SOUTH RIGHTOF 16-0730-0003-0070. ervin t e Ti 3, A
to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure WAY LINE COUNTY ROAD NO. C -0730n00 oe-0070.
dated April 8, 2013 and entered in Case 340; THENCE RUN ALONG SAID Q Carolyn Michael SC county A re Since 1972
'No. 2012CA0013 of the Circuit Court SOUTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE, Quinones to Livingston Williams, of the 8th Judicial Circuit in and for SOUTH 86036110"1 WEST, 225.73 warranty deed, $44,000, Lot 32'MilGilchrist County, Florida, wherein U.5 FEET; THENCE DEPARTINGFROM hopper Estates unit 2, 23-08-6-0323BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, RIGHT OF WAY LINE RUN SOUTH 0000-0320.
AS TRUSTEE FOR THE C-BASS
M RTRATE O TSE -BASSC 01007'00" EAST 698.77 FEET; Phoebe Joy Dollar, Betty Jo FunMORTGAGE LOAN ASSET-BACKED THENCE RUN SOUTH 8845'35" derburk, and Wilbur W. White, to A
is Plaintiff and Belinda L. Todd, is the WEST, 959.99 FEET TO THE WEST Timothy Odom, warranty deed, Defendant, the Clerk of Gilchrist he LINE OFAFORESAID SOUTHEAST $50,000.00, 30-08-15-0000-0006QUARTER OF SOUTHWEST 0010.
will sell to the highest and best bidder QPARTER; THENCE RUN ALONG
for cash in front of the south doors of SAIDBrian E. Blackmore and Sheila 'the courthouse of the Gilchrist County EAST, 50.00 FEET TO THE POINT C. Blackmore FKA Sheila C. Short Courthouse, located at 112 South Main OF BEGINNING. ALL LYING AND to Amber S. Short, warranty deed, Street, Trenton, FL 32693 at 11:00 A.M. BEING IN GILCHRIST COUNTY, $79,900.00, 07-07-15-0032-0000on the 10 day of June, 2013, the following FLORIDA. TOGETHER WITH 0080. a A
described property as set forth in said THAT CERTAIN 1988 CLAY Deutsche Bank National TrustU I
Fnall ummarys Judmesnt, t ot MOBILE HOME ID #CLF80027, Company Trustee, Green Tree Ser- VU
an l fxuesadprsnlprpryTITLE #46176656. vicing LLC, and UCFC MH Trust,
located therein or thereon, which are This prp ry i lo ae atte S et toP n y R c rd nw r nyd e included as security in Plaintiff's prpryiloaeatteSretoPnyRcrdnwrnyde,
eert e d address of: 5609 NE COUNTY 340 RD, $3,500.00, Lot 55 Waccasassa Camp-'AA
hriisstaeinHIGH SPRINGS, FL 32643. stsUi
T e adreerdto hriisitaein If you are a person claiming a right to sie Unt1 the State of Florida, County of Gilchrist funds remaining after the sale, you must Barbara M. Vipperman to Barbara dOEsCE A lloSORE file a claim with the clerk no later than M. Vipperman, Dawn Hinle, and
OMMTENCE AT O THE S CORNER 60 days after the sale. If you fail to file Trina Hinle, warranty deed, $10.00, SECTION 18, TOWNSHIP 10 SQUTH, a claim you will nqt be entitled to any Lot 6 Suwannee Oaks, 03-08-14RAG 5ES O ON Fremaining funds. After 60 days, only the 0068-0000-0060. A l te
REANE. ENCE FRU A LPONGO owner of record as of the date of the l is J ospeh R. Samnik, Jr., to Jospeh R pOR y /E
,Sw 1/4,SN 0233'47"w,LN OFSI151.53 /FEET; WITNESS my hand and the seal of the R. Samnik, Jr. Trustee, warranty~ .~J I r f (~A ~t t
~I'-IEEALNC E O SAI E61431,80 oF r pendn Aycim the suplu. SmiJ. iigTutadJse FEE HE NCE RUN 4' 05"W 0 c utCnA r L ERKO1 OF THE COURT deed, $10.00,. You're in good hands.
~FET; HENE RN N02'9'0"W,(SEAL) Daniel F. Woody to Robert L. Phil&11 High Springs Hills, 32-08-16- G r4a R ate s
Affordable Vaccine Weilness Packages 0383-0000-0100.
Low Cost Spay and Neuter Program Sergio R. Barreto and Lori G. JaDigital Radiography and Ultrasound cobs to Kim Hernandez, warranty
Complete Laboratory & Surgical Facility 0002-$4,003 0 0, 330-6-0
SPacouesoalr ing nne Allison Snedeker Hodges to Randy
.* Acpunctre &Colson and Marci Colson, warranty Acpuctre&Physical Therapy deed, $15,000.00, 16-10-14-0000Alliso Professional4Groomin 00G ret-Se vice
Alisn ies,~ ~~JColton D. Silcox to John R. FeeThomas Hse, 603 N. Main St., Trenton, FL ney, warranty deed, $15,000.00, Lot
Hestr, on.-ri.7:30a mto 6p m ,. 12 Weirsdale, 28-09-16-0134-0000DVMM o .Fi 7: 0 a to6 p m ;0 2
Carey Bailey, Sat. 8 a~m. to 12 Noon. 010First Franklin mortgage Loan
l DVM ww]rnoahilopttcr Trust, Wells Fargo Bank NA, and
,. / : : '* Wells Fargo Bank Minnesota Nation- -al Association, to Betty 'J. Shepherd ; and Nathan Shepherd, warranty deed,S
I I $36,299.00, Lots 68 & 69 Kushmer i, 2, IAddition to the Town of Bell, 3 0-082 v 15-0037-0000-0580.
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Officers from Lancaster Correctional Institute and the Gilchrist County Sheriff's Office cross Main Street Giichrist County resident Robert senger side. Gilchrist County volunteer firewhile running with Eric Vanderheyden. Yingling's vehicle was destroyed Yingling was reportedly on his way fighters arrived and extinguished
by fire on Thursday, April 11. to pick his daughter up from the bus the fire. The field next to the ditch A torch was carried through the streets of Trenton on Friday, Apr. 12, while on a 1500-mile relay through 66 coun- According to Lt. Jeff Manning stop, when he was'forced to pull the remained untouched by the flames ties in Florida. of the Gilchrist County Sheriff's vehicle to the.side of the roadway. due to the expediency of the fireLaw enforcement officers from over 300 Florida agencies participated in the state-wide torch run to benefit the Office, Yingling had just put gas After exiting the truck, Yingling fighters.
athletes of Special Olympics Florida. Lancaster Correctional Institute's Eric Vanderheyden was one of over 5,000 in his 1987 Ford pickup truck and opened the hood in an effort to douse Yingling suffered minor injuofficers representing police departments, sheriff's offices, Florida Department of Corrections, Federal Bureau of was traveling north on SE 70th the flames, but the truck ultimately ries on his right hand, butis otherInvestigation, Drug Enforcement Agency, U.S. Customs,Air Force Police and Marine Patrol. Avenue when smoke began pour- became fully engulfed in flames and wise in good shape, however the
This event is held each year prior to Special Olympics Florida State Summer Games. The torch relay-starts at the ingfrom the dashboard on the pas- catching the ditch on fire. truck is considered a total loss. end of March and culminates at the Opening Ceremonies on May 17, 2013, when officers from around the state join together to bring the Flame of Hope into the stadium.
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....Relay For Life of


Gilchrist County

May 4-5 at the Trenton High School Track'

Saturday, May 4
Noon-Opening Ceremony
Team Parade led by ROTC, Cheerleaders and Mascots
Survivor Laps/Caregiver Laps
12:30 p.m.-Survivor Lunch
2 p.m.-Super Hero Lap, Mission Moment/Advocacy
,--,":" 3 p.m.-Crazy Hat Lap, Who's yourMummy?
-- .... ,, 4:30 p.m.-Hula Hoop Contest, Mission Moment/Advocacy
5 p.m.-School Spirit Lap, Miss Relay For Life Pageant
Special needs students representing Gilchrist County Schools, joined law enforcement and correctional officers, along with local elected of- 6:30 p.m.-Dude Looks Like a Lady facials ra photograph on the Gilchrist County Courthouse lawn. 7:30 p.m.-Tacky TouristLap, Chubby Bunny
Local quilters look 8 p.m.-Best Use of Duct Tape, Boy Meets Girl Ldp.
Prescription Pray for Gilchrist County students, to the past for 9 p.m.-Luminaria Remember Ceremony
Drug Take who are currently taking the FCAT. future inspiration 10 p.m.-Mega Conga Line, This Little Light of Mine
w o11 p.m.-Dance'n, Scavenger Hunt
Back Initiative Testing runs through April 26. Tree City Quilt Guild will be hostWill launch n__ _ing its eighth biennial quilt show. The
wlllaunch show is on Saturday, May 4, from 9 Sunday, May 5
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I..Auction r Series C HelpWanted For Rent

XUCTION Thursday, April 18th; 6:30 LANGSTON TREE: Full Service Tree r Experienced A/C Installer/ Duct Me- PRAIRIE OAKS APARTMENTS: Acm; prev. all day. Red plaid sofa and lo- Care. Licensed and Insured. Family CLASSIFIED ADS $5.50 MINIMUM FOR 20 WORDS. 10 CENTS EACH ADDITIONAL WORD.A chanic Wanted: Call Akins Heating & cepting application for 1, 2, & 3 bedroom eseat, IOkt gold cocktail ring with topaz Owned. 352-221-0001. Air, Inc. 352-215-0101. apts. Office hrs 8-5 Mon., Tues., Thurs.,
Stone, checkerboard table, Waterford, tfnb, 10-18 e W p I tfnb,3-14 & Fri. 1050 SW 1st Drive, Chiefland, FJL
Fostoria, elephant motif items, quality Help W anted:] *r Help W anted 1 32626. 352-493-2427. TDD/TTY 711.
f'umiture, glassware, tools, and collect- JERRY WILKS FILL DIRT SER- CDL DRIVERS: Business staged in Equal Housing Opportunity.
4bles. Always too much to list! Be the VICE: Fill dirt, driveways, topsoil, JOB OPENING: Florida Crown Work- Part-Time Assistant / Bather Needed Cross City. Good Class A CDL Driver's tfnb, eow, 4-18
Bidder! Pics online at www.auctionzip. demolition, limerock, land clearing, force Board, Inc. (FCWB), Lake City, at Paradise for Pets 352-472-16 11 across License, transportation to yard, at least 25 eom, ID 19590. Phoenix Auction Ser- (352) 493-3137 (day) or (352) 463-6111 Florida is accepting applications for an from Pickett's, no experience needed years of age, 1 year OTR and dry tanker vices, Inc.; 1832 SE 3rd Ave., Trenton (night). Executive Director serving Columbia, Di- must be 18. experience helpful. Home nightly. Call .
VL 32693.PH: 352-463-0707. AB 2866 tfnb,5-28 xie, Gilchrist and Union Counties. Must 2tb,4-11'74-18 352-498-3892 ask for Don. Open House
.U1437, 10% BR be or become a resident of one of these tfnb, 1-13
ltb,4- 18 APPLIANCE REPAIR: All brands, ice counties within 90 days of hire. Position Inmate Crew Leader Job Order Num- Mobile Home w/Land Chiefland:
maker & dishwasher installation. EPA is responsible for leadership, manage- ber: 9768205 Gilchrist County Road OPEN HOUSE 4/20 & 4/21 10 3
certified techs. MC-VISA, 352-949- ment, oversight, and execution of all re- Department has an opening for a Full- LICENSED 1820 sfmh on 5 acres. Enclosed patio, vi0651. sponsibilities related to federal and state Time Inmate Crew Leader Position. PRACTICAL NURStk nyl flooring, walk-in closets, washer, dryYard_ Sale _tfnb,12-18 workforce activities. Min. Exp: Master's Must pass Florida Department of Correc- The Gilchrist County Health De- er, refrigerator just 2 years old, enclosed
AlrA TAILS Ne d Mdegree in Business, PublicAdministration tions background check and obtain cer- partment is seeking an OPS (tem- pool, fenced yard & garden area, metal
dPALOOSA TRAILS Neighborhood- MOWER & CHAINSAW PARTS or related discipline. 5 years of experi- tification within 90 days. This position porary) Licensed Practical Nurse storage shed, workshop. Lots of room intvide yard sale, Aprile9,8am-3pm, and Stihl, Husqvarna, Ayp, Murray, Sears, ence required. Extra consideration given will be responsible for supervising in- (PSN# G120132803-11151). Must side and out! Minutes from med, schools, April 20, 8 am -pm.Onemilesouthof MTD, Briggs, Kohler, Robin, and Hon- for workforce experience and to veterans, mate squads and maintenance of County have a valid Florida LPN license, shopping and Springs parks. 13651 NW
CR-340 on SR-47. Turn onto 38th Place da. Blades for most mowers. Salary: Minimum $55,000; negotiable grounds, roads, and tree trimming. Must Must have at least ,6 months expe- 86th Avenue, Chiefland. $88,500. 352ind follow signs. Beauchamp Saw Shop based upon experience. Full benefit pack- have a valid Class ,B CDL or higher, and rience working in a medical setting. 493-4857 352-321-7584.
2tp,4-111-4 t-18 493-4904 age available after 90-day probation. Suc- able to lift 45 pounds. This position is Must have basic computer skills. 2tb,4-114-18
On, 1-03 cessful applicant must pass background Full-Time 40 hours per week with health One year of experience working in check and drug screening. Refer to www. and retirement benefits. This position a medical setting, pediatric experiFor Sale DIXIE MONUMENTS OLD TOWN, employflorida.com, Job Order #9767596. will pay $12.04 per hour. Employees are ence and bilingual in Spanish pre..... ._ FL: Toll Free 1-877-542-3432. 24347 See our website at www.floridacrown.org required to participate in direct deposit. ferred. Salary will be $15.20 per ___ Estate,
1985 AWARD TRAVEL TRAILER: SE Hwy-19, Old Town, FL 32680. From for application. Application, cover letter, This position will have a 6 month proba- hour. Must be fingerprinted. May
the Old Town red light, 1.5 miles toward resume and 3 letters of reference (refer- tionary period. Applications must include be required to work extra hours or 5 ACRES TRENTON: Beautifully Twin beds, A/C, heat, new tires, very Cross City on the right. Mny colors, size ences will be contacted) must be sent to a copy of the required valid CDL License. days in the event of an emergency. wooded. Just off SR-26. Owner financ&lean, not sunburned, specifications, & styles of marble & granite to choose Anna Mendoza at almendoza@flcrown. Gilchrist County is an EOE/DFWP. Po- Applications will be accepted online ing. No down payment. $49,900, only tnnual available. Ready-to-go! $1,500 from in our inventory. Computer special- Og. Deadline: 4/26/13. An AA/EEO/ sition is open until filled. This position at https://peoplefirst.myflorida.com/ $513/mo., (352) 215-1018. www.Landfirm. Phone 463-71803. 1418 ist to assist you in creating a lasting trib- ADA/VP Employer. FCWB reserves the a background check and par- State of Florida applications may be OwnerFinancing.com
ute to the life of your loved one. Closed: right .to withdraw this Job Opening at any ticipation in direct deposit. Applications mailed to State of Florida, People4tb,3-28-4-18
Nchseignahnfosae e Sunday & Monday. Open: Tuesday Fri- time. must be submitted through any of Florida First, Staffing Administration, PO
Necchi sewing ncachine for sale Needa pp 3tb,4-11-4-25 Crown Workforce Job Center locations. Box 44058, Jacksonville, Fl 32231 1 ACRE BELL AREA: Paved road
a light-weight portable machine for crafts frontage, high & dry.. Owner financing. ornoon or call for free after hours appoint- www.employflorida.com The Trenton or faxed to (904) 636-2627 by
$400 obo. Phone: (352) 463-8663. meant. Gilchrist County Seasonal Grounds Florida Crown Workforce Job Center is 4/19/2013. EEO/AAJVP Employer: o down payment. $1,60 nly $205/

4tb,4-11-5-2 tfnb,6-28 Worker Job Order #: 9762180 located at 211 B SE 11th Street Trenton, 2tb,4-11-4-18 mo. (352) 215-1018. www.LandOwnerFinancing.corn
Gilchrist County Parks Department FL (352) 463-3677. Applications must 4tb,3-28-4-18
_____Training____________._______ has opening(s) for Temporary Summer include a copy of your Valid Florida F ......_I_4tb,3-28-4-18
[ ....... -Beef I Grounds Worker at Hart Springs & Otter Drivers License. Please no phone calls to FOR SALE Retail storefront property
B I El Springs. Must be able to lift 45 pounds employer. "".. ... in-downtown Trenton. Three buildings on
GOD "AIY ganfd b userligfrMyand have a valid driver's license. Ema- 2tb,4-11-4-18
bQuest Training now enrolling for May NEW HOME JUST COMPLETED: Main Street. Call 352-463-7135.
CNA prep classes. Our classes are taught ployees will do varied work including
ready for the freezer, processing not in- b N We ae Our ass rat mowing, cleaning, and working in office Do you desire a little excitement in 2 B12 BA, located in Bell. First, last and tfn,6-30
by anRN. We haeigasrte.Noseuitdpoi,_oeslan___ie n eluded. Call for pricing. 352-493-4824. GED required if age 18. Day and evening as needed. We are looking for employ- your life? Then GCFR is the place for security deposit, no pets, lawn serayice in34tb,4-18-5-9 classes. 386-362-1065. ees to work through Labor Day. Em- you!!! Gilchrist County Fire Rescue is o R2lty.
4tb,4-4-4-25 ployees must be available to work on currently excepting applications for Vol- or 5222-875 holidays and weekends. These positions unteer Firefighter. Individuals should be tfnb,9-27.
are Temporary with no benefits. Gilchrist at least 18 y/o, with a high school diploma TRENTON I & 11 APARTMENTS Hay County is an EOE/DFWP. Positions are or equivalent, and possess a valid Florida RENT I a oR ALL
HAY .FOR .SALE .Large.rolls h-iHelp W anted open until filled. This position requires Drivers License. Volunteers should be Rental assistance available for ALL I I
a background check and participation in self-motivated; have a desire to help pro- Qualified Applicants. HCnon-HC accesfertilized, net wrapped, weed free. AKINS .BBQ is now accepting appli- direct deposit. This position will pay will tect and serve their community by pro- sible. 718 NE 7th Place #905, Trenton, Coastal Bermuda $50/roll. Call 352-949- cations for a COOK. Experience is re- pay $7.79 per hour. Applications must be hiding hands-on assistance in emergency FL32693. Call 352-463-7106,TDDTTY
.0222.
tfnb,6-21 quired. Must be able to work days, nights submitted through any of Florida Crown situations such as car accidents, fires, and 7.11. Equal Housing Opportunity.
and weekends. Call for an interview, 352- Workforce Job Center locations. www. medical calls. All required training will tfnb, l-26
215-5694. employflorida.com. The Trenton Florida be provided. If you would like any further
ltb,4-18 Crown Workforce Job Center is located information on joining the GCFR team,
*W a to Buy I at 211 B SE 1 th Street Trenton, FL (352) please call 386-935-5400.
ntedFinancial Services Specialist Needed: 463-3677. Applications must include a 4tb,4-I1-5-2
CASH FOR YOUR ,C.OJNS Prate Full time Financial Services position for copy of your Valid Florida Drivers Licollector seekin..$.:c~qins, older van5 Palms MedicalfGr'6ti-'in Trenton. Coim- cense. Please no phone calls to employ- ,..
eties. I pay more than dealers, pawn, and petitive pay aid benefits. Experience'in er.UPPORT paintcllciosan edcl ilig2tb,4-l 1-4-18 HAT UPR
road shows. Cell 352-949-1450 or Local patient collections and medical billing TECHNICIAN
463 8777 preferred. Experience w ith m edical insur- T e i e o t H a h p r
tfhb1222 ance strongly preferred. Data entry, cus- Gilchrist County Temporary Recytomer service and clerical skills a must. cling Attendant Job Order # 9768196 ment is seeking an OPS (temporary) Apply to Financial Services Position, 911 Gilchrist County Solid Waste has an G120130804-09092). This positionF South Main Street, Trenton, FL 32693. opening for Temporary recycling provides paraprofessional services
Services i No phone calls please. EOE. Attendant to work at various recycling po
-p2tb,4-18-4-25 sites as needed. Must be able to lift 45 in the clinic and laboratory. Primary
AFFORDABLE YARD CARE: Please pounds and have a valid Florida driver's responsibility will be to assist with
call 352-221-6008. license with CDL preferred sion process. Must have a valid Cer- (352) 46n-er3tp,4-18-5-2 to drive a standard size truck with. a utility tified Nursing Assistant certificate.
_________________________________ C /Vtrailer, and have good customer service t ae bAsitcompuerills.
ELECTRICAL WORK: State Certi- FAXJ skills. Must be able to work on Saturday Must have asi oputers
fled, dependable, honest, experts, for any and some Holidays. This a 6 month tern Must have a minimum of 4 years
and all electrical needs call All Seasons porary position with no benefits. This po- working in a medical office as a
@E493-4888 or 1-800-542-1028. License sition will pay $ 10 per hour with at least CNA or Medical Assistant. lary FLO R ID A
number# EC13001855. I E 20 hours a week. Gilchrist County is an fia tC-ce lrGATEWAY
'tfnb,I -10 EOE/DFWP. Position is open until filled. will be $9.97 per hour. Must be fin- COLLEGE
This position requires a background gerprinted. May be required to work
check and participation in direct deposithours or days in the event of
________________ xr or r asi h vn fINSTRUCTOR/COORDINATOR, EARLY
47 check and Applications must be submitted through an emergency. Applications will be CILDHOODEDATON
Advertising Pays! A a in Fr Crown Workfoe J accepted online at https://people- Meridian CHILDHOODEDUCATIONMS
any of Florida Crown Workforce Job first.myftorida.com/ State ofFlorida Behavioral Healthcare POSITION #: F99950
Center locations. www.employflorida first or .m/ Se file d B i eahcr 164 Duty Days
com The Trenton Florida Crown Work- applications may be mailed to State CAREER OPPORTUNITIES! The Primary responsibility of an
force Job Center is located it 211 B SE of Florida, People First, Staffing Ad- Bronson, Trenton: Instructor/Coordinator at FGC is to teach
H1 H EA R O F 1 xR(N T436 ministration, PO Box 44058, Jack- college level courses, advise students and to
Trenition FLs (352)d 4633677 ofyu ovle I323 rfxdt 94 Case Managers develop schedules and curriculum. Instructor/
6thStee2sovi2e Fl 32213or faEdOAA todul(904)d Coordinators are involved in tse budgeting and
aplicloati rs incde Pla s opyo or 6622 y42/3 E/AVAutCid planning process within their department."
Vhn ald F emloriaDieris. Plaen Employer. Bronson/Trenton/Cross City." Establish and maintain a relationship with
phn alst mpoe.2tb,4- 18-4-25 'Certified Medical Assistants service area stakeholders. Allocate tinme for
scheduled leaching assignments, office hours
Please visit during which the students msay have access to
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DIRECTOR, LIBRARY "" ,tEducation/Child Development. One year of
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technical services, reference, collection' NURSING GATEWVAY nienioring, job coaching sessions or other
department, and circulation. Serve on college 224 Duty Days training related activities. Onr year experience
Ctdcth rain exeiic ste iii a child care setting serving cildrein ages
committees, provide leadership for all library Csromuc lrtory a/r prc ina areas, "l
staff, and evaluate library performance using aclsro ,lbrtrndoclnalaesbihtrug ei t.bl oueefciv
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Updated roof, A/C, and electric. Large corner-lot with nice back leadership for onlunr.learning resources vua tests, use assessment strategies to assist theSUMRTM213ohr.Aityowrkihvaouedcinl
library databases, and ensure that the library continuous development of the learner, use NURSING CLINICAL professiosals and other stakeholders iuu
yard. MNove-in ready, a must see, 1001 NE 2nd Avenue, Trenton. counmunicates with faculty and staff in order to effective communication techniques with BSN Requuird. Master's degree in nurstig continuous iprovemsent of the educational
keep this collection relevant and current. students suid others. Demonstrate knowledge preferred. At least two years of recruit clinical experiences of students. Ability~to use $69,999. SHIP eligible. Terrie Deen 352-213-3444. Requires Master's degree in Library Science and understanding of the subject matter, suse experience required. Contact Mattie Jones at technology iin thue teaching and learning process.
(MLS) or In formation Studies froti a programs appropriatetechnology in the teaching and 316-754-4361 or iiattie.jones@fgc.edu Ability to coordinate scheduling of classes for accredited by the Aunerican Library learainig process. Miniums Qualificationss: COLLEGE LEVEL MATHEMATICS the areas. Ability to coordinate with other TRK E LY (5)Association, and a mainimus of three years of Bachuclor of Science itsNursing degree and be Master's degree in msathseusatics or Master's departseusts ho provide quality education.
46 -05(ofc)wrkeprecei ibay nwldeohicenssed in Flor'ida or be eligible for licensure in degree wills II graduate hours in uuuthetuatics. Ability to evaluate program planus and
(32 43702FXlibrary estalogig practices, library computer Floridau. Three years of experience as staff nurse' Crustact Paula Ciftuentes at 316.754.4260 or recoussuend imuprovensents. Ability to present
INC. (352) 463-7302 FAX ~ ~~~~applications including onlinse searching,. (acute care preferred). Ability to present paula.cifuenites@ fge.edUHAT NfoRMTOtr sore information inforiatiot~ faryutin a coherent ususnuierreeoand the ability
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EA C.TOEEm l:toeely alcmThis position requires the ability to to fairly evaluate student retention of that Certified RHIA or RHi-T and a muinsium of a in lfonsition. Ability to nauge data and
Licensed Real Estate Broker WEBSITE: www.trokerealtyinc.com communicate effectively with all library users. itiformation. Desirable Qualifications: baccalaureate degree. Please euuail resumes and ,complete industry reports. Skills in
the general public anid the college community. Willingness to work towards a Masters Degree 'trauscripts to Michusle P. Csuadras at interpersousl relationships. Must be computer
E p r e e w o k n in a c m u i y ol e ein N ur iug. C o mu pu er Literate. reaching miichiel .cu udras@ fgc~ed u literate. REDUCED PRICE (From $114,900)--CUSTOM .CB-BLT. HOME IN Ee ibucewrigiar conref nyrolege experience. HORTICULTURE SALARY: Based out degree anid experience
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-.mites Wesi of Newberry. Home has an attached 2-ear garage, an in-ground ; APPLICATION DEADLINE: 4/30/13 APPLICATION DEADLINE: 5/15/13 online courses in Horticiulture. Master's degree Fle
pool, buck stove, is spacious greatroom & lots more...Seller has priced to. Persons interested should provide College Personss interested should provide College in horticulture or similar and at least three years Persons interested should provide College SELL NOw...$106,900.[ : applications, vita, anid phuotoc'opies of trauuscripts. application, vita, and photocopies of transscripts, of experience iin ouuline course development auid applications, vita, ausd photocopies of irauuscripts.
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Running Trenton's Dre'w Dees will.


of the attend state'leadership forum

Bulldogs By Camre A. Mizell
Trenton High School track star Jrk 4,~
Drew Dees was one of 50 Florida
Continued from page 1 sophomores selected to attend a sumnthat will adequately express how mer leadership program in Tallahasmuch gratitude I feel for everyone's see, July 17-21.
overwhelming support of our 2nd At the Florida Youth Leadership
Annual Running of the Bulldogs," P orum, Drew will spend four days
Pedroso said. "Our 5K event supports '~with high school students from all
a cause that is very near and dear to over the state, who also have disabil-%LIa
my heart. One of my best friends is 'ities. Sponsored by The Able Trust,
currently fighting mesothelioma and *teevetiocue ond emp oerm Tent ro-r
is about to begin her fifth round- of .euainadepomn.Tepo
chemo, and her. brave fight for her 'gram helps students to find the courlife is such a huge inspiration to me! age they 'need to stand up for and
Many of us tied our blue ribbons on believe in their abilities, so ]progress. ......
our shoelaces to virtually walk/run toward self-enlightenment and indewith a loved one who has fought, pendence can be realized.
or is fighting cancer right now, and "I'm looking forward to getting.to
I-was no exception, My blue ribbon Participants at the 2nd Annual Running of the Bulldogs, abiltie othan kid ihave,"fDre t saidlst
was for Edye, my friend." aiiista ae"De adls
Before the starting gun was firedwek
to signal the beginning of this year's Pedroso said. Like Drew, the 150 students se5K, members of Bell High School's "It was very nice to see our lected for this year's forum run track, ~
JROTC Color Guard led the Pledge Gilchrist community come together play football, and cheer on the sideof Allegiance. in our attempt to reach a common lines at high school sporting events.
Bell High School's own Cody goal ... to eradicate cancer and create They also like to play video games,
Darling won the Running of the a world with more birthdays!" said read novels, and surf the Internet, just ,
Bulldogs 5K and set a new course Pedroso. "On Saturday, April 6, we 'like any other teenager. record at 19: 11. Elizabeth Diamond, weren't Bell and Trenton. We weren't ~ Drew is known throughout the,
also ofBell, was named female winner. competing against each other, but halls, of Trenton High School as an
The race director acknowledged that rather working collaboratively, to all around good guy and a great athfor many participants the Running of help make a difference in the lives- lete. His track skills have garnered
the Bulldogs marked their first 5K. of so many folks who are affected him two state championship titles for
Pedr so said she felt proud and happy by cancer. We were one community, aatdso u.A h itittak'
for all of those participants who gained Gilchrist, and together we joined meet-last week, Drew's score quali ,
a huge sense of accmpihmn at" forces to celebrate .life and honor fled him for regional competition
the finish line of the 5K. cancer patients and their families." this Thursday at Bishop Snyder High 7 t
"I am very, very proud of all our Funds raised at the Running of the School in Jacksonville.
finishers, from our blazing-fast Bulldogs will benefit the Relay For "I'm going for my third state chain-'~
winner Cody to our last finisher, Lieo icrs ony hc ilpionship win," Drew said, with a big
a very determined and wonderful be. held on May 4 at the Trenton High smile on his face. '-grandma who refused to give up and School Track. -Elizabeth Diamond oBel Drew's proud parents are Saman Dre Dees

completed her first 5k( at age 76!" oBel tha and Chris Worley.



Tigers are 10-0 in District 6-lA, Sr. Night is Friday

By Todd Bryant runs. After 92 pitches, Stephen Smith runner past second base all night. It
This week the THS baseball team relieved Ward. Smith pitched the top 'was a great game for the fans. After had two games. The first game wats a of the eighth and faced three batters winning 1 -0, the Tigers looked ahead contest with, the visiting, PK Yonge without giving up a run. Through the to a game with Bell *on Thursday Blue Wave. PK Yonge started left- middle of the eighth inning, the score night. hander Evan Wilder on the mound. was still tied 0-0. However, with one Bell entered the game in fourth Wilder did a great job keeping the out, Hamp Cheevers drew a walk place in the District 6 IA race.
Tiger bats in check. Wilder only gave and two pitches later advanced to Trenton led the district with a two up 4 hits on the night, while striking second base on a pass ball. Stephen game lead over Hilliard, with only out 6 and walking 4.' However, the Smith lined a Walk off double into one game remaining. Bell started Tigers countered on the mound with the left center field gap to give the senior right-hander Cody Germaine right-hander Jonathan Ward. Ward Tigers their 19th straight win. The on the~mound. Germaine pitched a threw seven complete innings and had Tigers only committed one error and good game, throwing 6 innings while one intentional walk; one hit batter," the Blue Wave only committed two. giving up 6 runs on 8 hits, 3 walks and and struck out 7 while giving up no PK Yonige was never able to get a 4 strikeouts. Trenton started senior



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McNess Feeds Papa Coach & Granny the glove.
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A-I Pest Control Uncle Leslie & Aunt Latonya 4 innings and gave up one run on 3 their winning streak with a 6-1 Tuesday at 6:30 pm. On Friday, April
hits, with 4 walks and no strikeouts. victory. Trenton improved to 20-0 in 1,teTgr ilhs h hein

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