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Arrest Made in Round BP Attempted Armed Robbery


Submitted by Gilchrist County
Sheriff's Office
On August 8, at approximately
9:10 p.m., deputies from the Gilchrist
County Sheriff's Office were dis-


patched to the Round BP located at,
5949 SW State Road 26, in reference
to an attempted armed robbery. The
caller advised that two black male
subjects, one armed with a knife, de-


manded money from the clerk. The
suspects fled the scene prior to the
deputies arriving on the scene.
Deputies, upon arrival, completed
their investigation and two juvenile


suspects were identified. On Tues-
day, Aug. 13, at approximately 10:30
a.m., one of the juvenile suspects was
located in the southeast area of Tren-
ton and was arrested by the Trenton


Police Department without incident.
The juvenile suspect was then trans-
ported to Sheriff's Office where he
was interviewed by investigators and
is now being held at the Gilchrist
County Jail pending his deposition
by the Department of Juvenile Jus-
tice. Additional arrests are pending


and expected in the near future as the
investigation continues. The names
of the suspects are being withheld at
this time due to their age.


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Mrs. Iris Roberts


Mrs. Iris Roberts


celebrates 100th


birthday

Family members and friends gathered at Ayers Health and Rehabilitation
Center in Trenton, on Saturday, to honor Mrs. Iris Roberts on her 100th
birthday.
A Gilchrist County native, Mrs. Iris has made an impact on many residents
of this community throughout her life and her many years spent teaching at
Bell. Over the years she has helped countless people throughout her service
as a member of the Bell Town Council and the Bell Library Board.
Bell Library volunteers provided. refreshments for the gathering, while
the Bell Town Council honored Mrs. Iris with a beautiful floral centerpiece
made especially for the party. Mrs. Linda Bell made a delicious cake and the
Philman Family. Band and Mrs. Lucy Lacey played and sang.
Though she has spent time in Ayers Health and Rehabilitation Center
recently, recuperating from a fall, Mrs. Iris is expected to return to ler home
in Bell very soon.


Mrs. Lucy Lacey and Amos Philman, along with the Philman Family
Band provided entertainment at Mrs. Iris' birthday party.


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The Gilchrist County Sheriff's
Office confirmed that a 40-year-old
Canadian man died last week while
diving at Ginnie Springs.
Carlos Silva Da Fonseca, of
Cheltenham Ontario, Canada,
reportedly died of oxygen toxicity.
Apparently the diver had pure
oxygen in his dive tanks and he
went too deep, which in effect led to
his death. He was breathing on his
own once he got out of the water,
explained Lt. Jeff Manning, public
information officer for the Gilchrist
County Sheriff's Office. However,
the diver reportedly died after being
transported to North Florida Regional
Hospital.


Scholarship Showdown is Friday


The Education Foundation of Gil-
christ County is proud to announce
our next exciting fundraiser.
The Scholarship Showdown is a
Reverse Drawing. Your donation of
$100 gives you the opportunity to
win cash prizes of $100, $250, $750,


$1000, and $2500! Only 300 tickets
will be sold.
While you enjoy the excitement
and anticipation of the drawing, you
will be able to enjoy a delicious ca-
tered dinner.
There will be gun raffles and other


fun games with prizes all to raise
money for scholarships!
The Showdown will be Friday,
Aug. 16, at 7:00 p.m., at the Suwan-
nee River Fair Pavilion, Fanning
Springs.
Tickets are on sale now at the Gil-


christ County Courthouse, Gilchrist
County Chamber of Commerce,
Ameris Bank (Trenton), Capital City
Bank (Bell and Trenton), and Drum-
mond Bank (Bell and Trenton).
For more information call Marti at
(352) 262-1829.


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THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 2013


Smith deployed to Afghanistan


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Submitted
Army pilot, 1st Lieutenant Tyler
Banks Smith, a 2001 graduate of
Bell High School, is being deployed
this week to Kandahar, Afghanistan,
along with fellow soldiers for a nine
month mission.
His deployment comes shortly af-
ter graduating from U.S. Army Flight
School at the Army Aviation Center
located in Fort Rucker, Alabama.
Tyler's unit, Charlie Company, is
a medivac company, part of the 2-1
General Support Aviation Battalion,
which falls under the 1st Infantry
Division stationed out of Fort Riley,
Kansas. His company will conduct
missions providing medical evacu-
ation to wounded Army troops and
others in the area. After four years
of college at FIT in Melbourne, and
a year-and-a half of flight school at
Fort Rucker, Tyler says that he is
ready to go to work.
Tyler lives with his wife, Sasha,
and their dogs and cat, in Ft. Riley,
Kansas, where Sasha studies nursing.
Tyler is the son of Charlie and Ann
Smith, of Bell, and the father of Wil-
liam Smith.
Please keep Tyler, and all soldiers,
in your thoughts and prayers.



Marriages

filed in

Gilchrist

County
Douglas Campbell, 28, of Fort
White, and Sophia Marie Guerrero,
27, of Bell, were married on August
3, 2013, by Reverend William Black-


First Lieutenant Tyler Banks Smith,
United States Army




Happy Birthday wishes to Doris Noble and Donnie Pick on August 15th;
Gilbert Colonge, Patricia Owens, LaToya Johnson, and Charles Hill on Au-
gust 16th; Scott Guthrie, Kayla Bell, Kevin M. Brown, and Lori Ridenour
on August 17th; Brandi Bailey, Kurt Hansen, Glen Thigpen, Morgan Brown,
Malinda Holt, Victoria Rogers, and Colleen Pollack on August 18th; Donna
Harrison, Judy Overstreet, Melissa Stewart, and Larry Grant on August 19th;
Shannah Kirby, Rick Ridenour, Rob Baiiley, Teresa Spears, Nina Sue Shep-
herd, Shelby Myers, Terry Hudson, and Dr. Alexandra James on August 20th;
Johnny Lanier and Susan Johnson on August 21st.
Happy Anniversary wishes to Rick and Selena Riess and Wesley and Vic-
toria Wilson on August 16th; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cook on August 18th; Mr.
and Mrs. Clif Bradley and Clay and Erin Sanders on August 19th; Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Porter on August 20th; Mr. and Mrs. Fate Seay and Bruce and
Carolyn Tyner on August 21st.


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Marriage

applications

filed in

Gilchrist

County
SJames Dustin Hurst, 25, and Ashley
Brooke Davis, 26, both of Trenton.
Matthew Kenneth Enzor, 32, and
Courtney Latricia Mauldin, 26, both
of High Springs.
Marvin Garcia, 22, and Maria
Gricelda Maldonado, 19, both of
Newberry.


FSummer

Reunions

Coleman

Reunion
The annual Coleman Reunion will
be held at Hart Springs, on Sunday,
Aug. 25, 2013. We will have lunch
at 1 p.m. All friends and family are
invited to join us.
For questions, call Lucy Coleman
Lacey at (352) 949-3218.


Corbin

Reunion
The Corbin Family Reunion will
be held on Saturday 14, 2013 at Hart
Springs, Bell.
The reunion will be all day and we
will be eating at 1pm. Please bring
covered dish.
Call Tracy Ridgeway (352) 222-
2218 or Faye Richardson (904) 237-
3866.
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Layfield

Reunion
The Layfield reunion will be held
Aug. 17, at the Hart Springs Pavilion,
at noon. There will be a covered dish
lunch. Paper products and ice will be
provided but you will need to supply
drinks.


BHS Class of

1952

Reunion
Bell High School's class of 1952
will hold it's reunion on August 31,
at 5:30 p.m., atAkins in Bell.
Everybody is welcome to attend.
For more information please call Ma-
rie Bunkleyat (386) 935-0419.


Need help

with Medicare

costs?
Want to see if you can save money
on your prescription drug costs? Can't
afford to have the Medicare Part B
premium come out of your check ev-
ery month? Are you new to Medicare
and not sure of your options?
Whether you are a Medicare ben-
eficiary, family member or caregiver,
SHINE, a volunteer program under
the FL Department of Elder Affairs,
provides you with free, unbiased and
confidential information.
For assistance, please call the El-
der Helpline at 1-800-262-2243 to
have a volunteer return your call, or
come see us Wednesday, Aug. 21,
1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., at the Chief-
land Senior Center, Wednesday, Aug.
28, 10:00 a.m. to noon, at the Trenton
Library, and Wednesday, Aug.. 28,
1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., at the Cross
City Library.

Suwannee

Valley Players

to hold

auditions
"Peter Pan" by J.M. Barrie will be
coming to the Chief Theatre, home of
the Suwannee Valley Players!
"The everlasting classic account of
two boys and a girl who follow Pe-
ter Pan and the invisible fairy, Tinker
Bell, into Never Land, where children
never grow old and where Captain
Hook and his pirates are outwitted."
This is the original "Peter Pan"
written by J.M. Barrie in 1904, later
rewritten in novel form. It was origi-
nally performed by adults for an all
ages audience. We want to do the
same and therefore are looking for
adults, ages 18 and above. Auditions
will be on Saturday, Sept 14, at 10:00
a.m.
Performances will be December 6-
8, and 13-15.
Please contact director Leo Ver-
haeren at (352) 278-1380, or by e-
mailing leoverhaeren@bellsouth.net,
.or call (352) 493-ARTS. Please visit
our webpage at SVPlayers.org or fol-
low us on Facebook!


AARP will

meet Aug. 20
AARP will hold its regular meeting
on August 20, 2013, at 10:30 a.m., at
the Lodge of Otter Springs.
The "dog days of summer" are
here! To a lot of people they mean
heat and afternoon rains, but to many
seniors that I talk to, it means August
19, school starts and the day long
baby sitting chores end. My heart
goes out to the many grandparents
who are raising their grandchildren
and the extra expense that it costs
them. I hope that this year all AARP
members will bring as many school
supplies as they., can. I have invited
Superintendent of Schools Robert
Rankin to come to the meeting to col-
lect them.
SProgram Director Janice Rogers
has invited WCJB Sports Personality
Hubert Mizell to come and bring us
an extended version of the "Mizell
Minute"; I know that all of you Gator
Fans will enjoy him talking about the
pre-season #10 Gators as they make a
run for the SEC title.
Once again, another of our dear
chapter members, Iris Roberts, turns
100. Happy Birthday, Ms. Iris.
Hospitality Chairwoman Faye
Sheffield has announced that this
.month we will have a pot luck
lunch. Please fill those pots with
some delicious food to share with
chapter's members. We also need
desserts and drinks to round out the
meal.
If you have not received a phone
call or e-mail, please contact Mem-
bership Chairwoman Felice Swalla
(352) 472-7662 or Diane Durden
(386) 935-3256.
See you at the meeting with CANS
IN HAND.

Pancake

Breakfast
The North Gilchrist Volunteer Fire
Department will hold its monthly
pancake breakfast on August 17,
2013, from 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
For a donation, we offer eggs, pan-
cakes (plain, walnut, or blueberry),
sausage, juice, and coffee or tea. Jeff
will be making omelets from 8:00
a.m. to 9:30 a.m. only.
We welcome you and hope to see
you there. We are located on CR 138,
2.5 miles east of U.S. Highway 129.


Landscape

programs
Barbara Edmonds, Program Assis-
tant, University of Florida, Institute
of Food and Agricultural Sciences'
(UF/IFAS) Levy County Extension,
seeks to discuss principles that may
help Florida gardeners save time and
money in landscape planning and
care. Specific to north Florida, plant
selection including tried and true fa-
vorites, plus a few new ones, planting
and establishment tips, a PowerPoint
show and resourcesfor the gardening
enthusiast will be provided. There
is no charge for these programs but
space is limited.
The discussion on "Cool Plants for
Hot Days" will be at,'two locations;
Friday, Aug. 23, at 6 p.m, held at the
Gilchrist County Public Library, lo-
cated at 105 NE 11th Avenue in Tren-
ton. For directions and reservation,
call the library at (352) 463-3176.
And again, on Thursday, Aug. 29, at
6 p.m., in the Dixie County Public
Library, located at 16328 SE Hwy 19
in Cross City. For directions and res-
ervation contact the library at (352)
498-1219.
"* These programs are brought to
you in cooperation with the UF/IFAS
Extension, Levy County Board of
County Commissioners and sponsors
Williston Farm Supplies & Services
and Growers Fertilizer Corporation.

AARP driver

class offered
There'will be a driver safety class
for seniors offered at the Old Town
United Methodist Church, 25633
SE Hwy 19, Old Town. It will be on
Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2013, frqm 9:00
a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
The objectives of the course in-
clude understanding the effects of
aging on driving, learning defensive
driving strategies aimed at reducing
crash risks, updating knowledge of
the rules of the road in Florida, and
increasing confidence and maintain-
ing independence. There are no tests.
Please bring a sack lunch.
The Certificate of Completion pro-
vides for a three-year auto insurance
discount for seniors age 55 and over.
Class size is limited.
Registration is required.
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Have I mentioned lately how much
I love Dixie?
Yah, I do love some Dixie; Dixie
County that is. Last Saturday after-
noon as John and I were on our way
to Suwannee I noticed all the water in
the ditches on each side of the road.
I also noticed all the once-dry ponds,
along the roadside, now filled with
water.
When we arrived at the beloved
family fish camp, the Suwannee was
dark and flowing out fast. There re-
ally isn't much difference in tides at
the camp due to the full river. Now
don't get me wrong, I'm as thrilled
as can be to. see the water back in the
woods. In fact, as a child and young
woman, we always had water in the
ditches, so to me this is how our part
of Florida should look.
I remember playing outside as a
young girl on our farm in Levy Coun-
ty and always having to come inside
every afternoon because of the rain. I
also remember the huge beds of na-
tive wild iris that grew in those days,
along the roadside on highway 345
on the way to Cedar Key. Every April
they would bloom and it was truly a
sight to behold. Although the iris are
still there today, there are not nearly
.as many as there once were, due to
.the lack of rainfall over the past 20
or so years.
Our area was once so wet that
farmers farmed without any irriga-
tion. The farms of my childhood pro-
duced good crops, relying only on
the good Lord for rainfall. Somehow
I think those ole' time farmers must
have been a little closer to Him due
to their dependant nature for a decent
crop. Back in the day, when it became
dry, there sure were a lot more people.
praying for rain than there are now.
According to the Suwannee River
Water Mantiagement District data, we
have had the wettest July (through
July 24) in 30 years. With 10.8 inches
of rain fall, in fact this was the 8th
rainiest July since 1932. Dixie Coun-
ty had some 16 inches of rain, which
is almost double their long term aver-
age. All'total this is the third highest
rainfall through July 24 since 1948.
Needless to say most of the ole'


timers are pleased to see so much
water in the ditches, and a good af-
ternoon shower just brings back good
memories of yesteryear.
The following pie recipe is easy
as can be and a cool treat for a hot
afternoon in August. If you really
wanted to make it quick, skip mak-
ing the pie crust and buy a pre-made
graham cracker crust and top the pie
with ready made whipped topping
aka Cool Whip.


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Crust
1 14 cups graham cracker crumbs
1/4 cup sugar
5 tablespoons melted butter
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon, optional
Stir crumbs, sugar, butter and cin-
namon together. Press mixture into
pie plate and chill in freezer for 10 to
15 minutes.
Filling
1 package peachjello
1 cup boiling water
2 cups vanilla ice cream
1 cup chopped fresh peaches
Mix jello and boiling water until
jello is dissolved. Add ice cream and
stir until the ice cream is melted and
blend well. Add peaches and pour
filling into crust. Chill two hours in
fridge.
Whipped toping
1 cup whipping cream
1 tablespoon honey
Beat whipping cream and honey
until stiff. Spread over pie just be-
fore serving. Note: the honey in the
whipped cream will stabilizeit.


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John's Comments Do you have Schools plan
By John M. Ayers a library open houses


Mrs. Iris Roberts celebrated her 100th birthday on Saturday. Mrs. Iris
is shown with Ayers'resident, Mr. Horace Thomas, 95, who attended
her birthday social.
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On Saturday afternoon Cindy Jo
and I had the pleasure of attending
the 100th birthday celebration of
Mrs. Iris Roberts at Ayers Health &
Rehabilitation Center.
It was so good to see Mrs. Iris as
she enjoyed the wonderful music
provided by the Philman Family
Band and Mrs. Lucy Lacey.
Mrs. Roberts enjoys Lucy's singing
and this special music really added a
lot to the celebration.
Mrs. Iris' granddaughter, Susan
presented a PowerPoint presentation
that highlighted a few of the many
things that Mrs. Iris has done during
her life.
This celebration was so exciting, as
so many people were there to- speak
and share in the special day with Mrs.
Iris and her family. It was so good to
see and talk to Mrs. Iris, as she will
return home to Bell soon.
Several years ago, I recall attend-
ing the Bell Town Council meetings.
Some of the discussions Mrs. Iris and
I had back then included how much


Letter to

the Editor

Dear Editor,
At the August 5, 2013 Gilchrist
County Commissioners meeting our
commissioners proved once again
that they have the welfare of the peo-
ple foremost on their minds.
The federal government cut fund-
ing for meals for seniors in a group
setting. We have over 400 seniors in
this program, 90 meals were cut.
Our commissioners funded these
90 meals until the end of the budget
year, ensuring that these seniors are
provided with this hot meal and fel-
lowship.
Isn't it great to live in a county
where our leaders still care about the
people?
Richard Esseck,
member of the
Elder Options
Advisory Council

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she was looking forward to celebrat-
ing her 100th birthday.
This was a nice occasion and a
large number of people attended to
show their love for a lady who means
so much to Bell and Gilchrist Coun-
ty.
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card?
As of Thursday, Aug. 1, everyone
is required to have a library card, in-
cluding children, to be able to check
out library literature and to use the
computers.
Anyone who does not have a card
in good standing will be denied use
of the computer and will not be al-
lowed to check out books, maga-
zines, or videos until their overdue
items have been returned.
This is a new policy instituted by
the Three Rivers Regional Library
System.


Gilchrist County students will
return to the classroom on Monday!
Prior to the August 19 start 'date,
open houses are planned at each of
the district's four schools.
BMS/TMS open house is Thursday,
Aug. 15, at 6 p.m., for 6th to 8th grade
students.
BHS/THS open house is Thursday,
Aug. 15 at 7 p.m. for 9th to 12th
grade students.
Open house at BES/TES will be
Friday, Aug. 16 at 6 p.m.
The 2013-14 supply lists for each
school are now available on your
school websites.


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Dear Supporters of Trenton Tiger Football,
We would like to share with you about the Trenton High School Quarterback Club
and how you can be an important part of Tiger Football. Now, more than ever, the
athletic programs within our public schools need our support as the budget constraints
are great. The THS Quarterback Club supports our Tiger football teams by providing
financial support. Sometimes that support comes in the form of new uniforms,
upgraded helmets, re-sodding the practice fields, and purchasing new equipment;
other times, that support comes in the form ofpre-game meals,, spirit promotions, and
our THS Football Program.

I would like to become a part of the Tiger Football Program:
MEMBERSHIP: (includes)
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Gilchrist County Schools add a second resource officer


Submitted
The Gilchrist County School Dis-
trict recently partnered with the Gil-
christ County Sheriff's Office to in-
crease the safety of our schools for
the 2013-14 school year.
"We are glad to partner with the
sheriff's office in adding a resource
officer to our schools to help with the
safety on our campuses" Superinten-
dent Rankin said.


Deputy David Aderholt will join
Deputy C.J. Schauble as an added
resource officer to effectively service
Bell and Trenton schools. Deputy
Aderholt will primarily serve Tren-
ton schools, while Deputy Schauble
will serve Bell schools.
Sheriff Schultz said, "We look for-
ward to the continued cooperation
with the Gilchrist school district to
provide a safe environment for the


students and staff'.
Through this partnership the school
district will cover the costs of one of
the resource officers while the Sher-
iff's office will cover the cost of the
other. The Gilchrist County School
District would like to thank Sheriff
Schultz and the GCSO for working
so hard to help keep our schools safe,
and we look forward to a great 2013-
14 school year.


Superintendent Rob Rankin, is shown from left with, Deputy David Aderholt, Deputy C.J. Schauble, t
Sheriff Bobby Schultz.

Coups for Troops collection SAT and ACT


Drop expired or unwanted coupons in a Coups for Troops box set up
inside the Bell High School front office and the coupons will benefit
military personnel and their families. United States military families
overseas can use coupons up to six months past expiration, so don't
throw coupons away!

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High Schools (NFHS) and eKnowl-
edge. Because of the association,
students and families in Florida can
now receive free SAT or ACT prep
programs. On Monday, Dr. Roger
Dearing, the Executive Director of
FHSSA shared this information with
their 800 school principals and ath-
letic directors in Florida.
In 2005, eKnowledge formed The
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According to Trenton Middle-High School Principal Cheri Langford, parent drop-off and pick-up will be
conducted in the school parking lot in front of the football field beginning on Monday morning. Students
will also be allowed to park in that parking lot during the 2013-14 school year. Once drivers enter, the
parking lot, students who intend to park should turn to the left, while parents who drop off should turn
to the right.


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* Ages 2-12, 7am-6pm


Reduced fees, based on your income, are available through the Early Learning
Coalition. Stop by for a tour of our facility and pick up an application. It would
be our pleasure to serve you and your child.
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"Blithe

Spirit" is

coming to

the Chief

Theatre
Submitted
"Blithe Spirit" written by Noel
Coward and winner of the 2009
Drama Desk Award for Outstanding
Revival will be coming to the Chief
Theatre, home of the Suwannee Val-
ley Players!
Show dates are September 6-8th,
and 13-15th, 2013. All performances
begin at 8:00 p.m., Thursday through
Saturday, and Sunday matinees at
2:30 p.m.
Ticket prices are $10 for adults and
$8 for seniors, youth (through 12th
grade), and military.
Tickets may be purchased in ad-
vance from Suwannee Valley Internet
in Chiefland, Point of View in Fan-
ning Springs, and in Cedar Key from
Laura Blanton, who can be reached
at (352) 221-3976.
"Blithe Spirit" was first produced
on Broadway at the Morosco Theatre
in New York City, on November 5,
1941. It was directed and produced
by John C. Wilson.
Shows are performed at the Chief
Theatre 25 East Park Avenue.
For more information you can
leave a message by calling (352)
493-ARTS.
You can also get information from
our website SVPlayers.org or follow
us on Facebook.



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Cheerleaders 'Cut to the Core'
By Kylie Johnson
On Monday, Aug. 12, the Trenton
High School varsity cheer team en-
couraged teachers, throughout their
busy meeting to prepare for the
school year, by setting up an apple
bar and serving teachers on their
break.
This year's school theme is "Cut
to the Core," so the cheerleaders
made caramel, chocolate, and can-
dy apples.
The girls did this completely
by themselves as coach Christine
Smith, who is also a high school
reading teacher, was in the meeting
as well. They set up quietly outside
of the meeting room and patiently
waited on the teachers to take their
break. Afterwards, they all worked
as a team to make sure everything
was just as clean as it was before
they got there. The varsity cheer-
leaders showed how responsible
they are, gave a treat to all of their
teachers and staff, and also got a
little treat out of it for themselves.


www. gilchristschools. schoolfusion. us
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Gilchrist County Superintendent's Office 1-800-884-9131
Transportation Office 1-800-833-5702
TRENTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
8/16 6:00 Open House
8/19 8:20 School Begins
2:50 Pick-up and regular school day ends
TRENTON MIDDLE SCHOOL/TRENTON HIGH
8/15 6:00 Open House Middle School
7:00 Open House High School
8/19 8:10 School Day begins
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Church

News


3D Archery

Tournament
Bethel Baptist Church and Cross-
Heirs Outdoor Ministries are pre-
senting a 3D Archery Tournament
on Saturday, Sept. 7, 2013, at Bethel
Baptist Church, 7070 SW County
S.:,4; .__- Road 334A, Trenton.
-.-. There is no admission fee with reg-
istration and warm up is at 2:30 p.m..
SThe shooting starts at 3 p.m. This
is for men, women, and children of
all ages. There will be free food and
door prizes.
Everyone is invited to attend.

Gilchrist County SchoolyDistrict food service team members are shown honing their skills at the 1st An-
nual Beyond the .Zunch Lady conference.i lo ie


School Food. Service team goes Dental Unit
The Florida Baptist Mobile Den-


Beyond the Lunch Lady
Submitted
Gilchrist County School District school food service managers and employees recently joined nine other north
Florida school districts as a part of the "First Annual Beond the Lunch Lady" conference at Union County High
'School in Lake Butler, Florida. More than 350 school food service professionals attended the conference, which
focused on new menu development, kitchen safety, culinary- cutting skills, planning for retirement, personal health
-and well-being.
"These ladies and gentlemen are getting ready for school to begin and are honing their culinary skills and knowl-
edge to provide the very best for their students this coming school year," said Sue Tatum, conference organizer with
'Vinca Marketing & Communication.
The participating food managers from each of the 10 school districts prepared from "scratch" nutritious, fresh
,and easy to prepare menu items for all the conference attendees. The menu items included: Broccoli & Cauliflower
,Salad; Pinto Bean Salad; Watermelon Salad; Squash Gallettes; Poached/Herb Infused Breast of Chicken; Corn Ra-
.tatouille, Roasted Garlic Mashed Cauliflower; Roasted Fingerling Potatoes from Hastings, Florida; and fresh Peach
:Blueberry Cobbler. Each of these tasty menu items is created to serve on a school menu.


Gilchrist Cub

'Scout Pack 406

News
:Submitted
Gilchrist County Cub Scout Pack
:406 recently collected items to help
children in need during the upcoming
School year.
The Cub Scouts visited Wal-Mart
'in Chiefland on Sunday, Aug. 4, to
pick up backpacks, school supplies
:and sanitary~wipes.
The Cubs performed this duty
again on Saturday, Aug. 10.
SIf you have a boy in 1st through
.5th grade that would like to be a
part of Scouts, contact us at gil-
christpack406@gmail.com or come
to a meeting. Meetings are held on
Wednesday at 6:00 p.m., at the
American Legion Post #91.


Pictured from left to right, top row, are Richard Byers, Tina McCo-
nnell, Josh Baker, and Jace McConnell; middle row, Curtis McCon-
nell and Nathan Baker; bottom row, Katie McConnell, Brianna Baker,
Daniel Byers and Richard Byers.


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The Gilchrist County Board of
County Commissioners will meet
on Monday, Aug. 19 at 4 p.m. in the
Gilchrist Copnty Meeting Facility,
210 S. Main Street in Trentoq.
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FAX SERVICE

463-7393


BAPTIST CHURCH
LOVING GOD AND LOVING PEOPLE


tal Unit will be at the First Baptist
Church of Chiefland from Septem-
ber 9th to the 13th, 2013, to perform
free basic fillings and extractions to
all approved adults 18 years of age or
older.
A required pre-screening and ap-
pointment scheduling will be held d
on Saturday, Aug. 24, at 8:30 a.m. to
noon, at the First Baptist Church of
Chiefland. Bring a list of all current
medications and a valid photo ID.
You will also need to know your total
income for the previous month.


Prayer and

Healing

Service
The Trenton United Method-
ist Church will be holding a special
service of Prayer and Healing on
Wednesday, Aug. 14th, from 7:00
p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
This service is open to all per-
sons in the community. If you have
a loved one you are concerned about,
you are welcome to worship and pray
with us.
SWe encourage you to bring a friend.
Trenton United Methodist is located
at 203 NE 2nd Street, Trenton.


Summer

Festival of,

Song "
Newberry Church of Christ will be
holding a Summer Festival of Song,
on Saturday, Aug. 24, 2013, from
6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
There will be song leaders. from all
over Florida. There will be a cookout
in the preacher's yard from 7:30 p.m.
until you go home.
The Newberry Church of Christ is
located at 25045 W. Newberry Road,
Newberry. Come as our guest and
leave as our friend.


Pine Grove Baptist Church
16655 N-. W. CR-339
Trenton, Florida 32693
352-463-2151
www.pgbcfl.net
Dr. Greg Douglas, Senior Pastor
Pastor Rickey Whitley, Assoc. Pastor/Youth
Pastor Emanuel Harris, Education/Children
Pastor Jared Douglas, Collegiate/Missions
Pastor Josh Ryals, Music


Sunday School ............................................................ 9:15 a.m .
W orship Service ......................................................... 10:30 a.m .
Evening Worship ......................................................... 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Night Services:
AW A N A ...........................................'** .. .................... 6:30 p.m .
Prayer Meeting, Youth, College & Career..................... 7:00 p.m.
~ Nursery provided for all services ~


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By Angie Land


Take a quick look and count how
nany keys are in your pocket or
purse. Don't we take these funny
cooking little things for granted? That
s, until we need one and can't find it!
Bven the name of a "key" is synony-
mous with how important they can
be: crucial, important, significant,
vital, strategic, basic, central, major,
and essential, just to name a few! In
other words, it is usually "key" that
we find our "keys." Now look at your
keys and think about what they do for
you. The job of a key is to give us ac-
cess to something that is protected or
limited only to designated people. If
we have a key, we have been grant-
ed access to what that key protects.
For example, my key ring includes
i key to my car, house, office, post
office box, my husband's truck, and
a safe deposit/box. With each key, I
have been granted access to all these
places.
I bring this up because I read some-
thing recently in scripture that stuck
in mymind about keys. Isaiah 33:5-6
has this to say:
"The Lord is exalted, for He dwells
on high;
He will fill Zion with justice and
righteousness.
He will be the sure foundation for
your times,
A rich store of salvation and wis-
dom and knowledge;
The fear of the Lord is the key to
this treasure."
In these verses, I see. a list of cov-
eted, protected items: a sure founda-
tion for our times, a rich store of sal-
vation, a rich store of wisdom, and a
rich store of knowledge. Who doesn't
want access to a sure foundation, es-
pecially in our times? Apart from
God's offer of a sure foundation, the
best we can do is recall the "goaid
old days" which had its own share of
problems! Secondly, salvation is the
question that every religion attempts
to answer and one we have already
wrestledwith or will eventually. Acts
16:30 records the jailer asking Paul
and Silas the question "What must
I do to be saved?" Countless people


F.A.I.T.H.H. van to visit

Bell on Sept. 19

The F.A.I.T.H.H. Mobile Food Pantry will be in Bell at the Clubhouse be-
hind City Hall on September 19, 2013, at 9:45 a.m.
This .event is sponsored by, the Catholic Charities Bureau, jnc., Gainesyille
Regional Office. For more information, please call Debbie Long, Program
Coordinator, at (352) 372-0294.

Submit church news today!
Church news runs free of charge ih the Gilchrist County Journal. Submit
church news by calling 463-7135 or e-mail gilchristjournal@bellsouth.net


BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH
"Committed to living and sharing the message of God's love."
Join us for
"Back To School Blue Jean Sunday,"
a kick-off to the new school year. Teachers, Students and
Administrators from all over the area will join us as we
take a day to, honor them and pray for them as they enter
the new school year. Every teacher will receive a
"Teacher Survival Kit" filled with needed classroom
supplies. Don't forget to wear your bluejeans and t-shirt
this Sunday at 11:00AM!!
For more information call 352-463-2028.
bethelit@bellsouth.net www.bethelbaptisttrentonfl.corn


WE WELCOME YOU TO

UNION BAPTIST CHURCH (SBC)
6259 S.E. 75TH AVENUE NEWBERRY, FL 32669

SUNDAY SCHOOL ................................... .9.45 AM
MORNING WORSHIP .................................. 11 AM
EVENING WORSHIP ..................................... 6 PM
WEDNESDAY EVENING SERVICES: "
ADULT BIBLE STUDY, CHILDREN, & YOUTH ... 630 PM

PASTOR: TRAVI$ MOODY,'
MINISTER OF YOUTH: ROBBIE BEACH
CHURCH PHONE: 352-472-3845
"WIN THE LOST AND TEACH THE SAVED TO SERVE"


New Beginning


Baptist hrch
P.O. Box 429/8130 SW 70th Stet
Titon, FL 32693
(One Block Past Otter Springs Resort)
Bro. Christopher Ruggles
Pastor

Cell: 352-222-0896 cruggles80@netzero.com
Sunday School 10 am Sunday Morning Worship 11am
Sunday Evening Worship 6 pm Wednesday Bible Study 7 pm


Page Five


Don't Miss Our 12 7th


HOMECOMING
-Sunday, August 25

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Priscilla Baptist Church
5509 West County Road 232 Bell, Florida
Featuring a Concert of Gospel Music by
"The Redemption Quartet"
from High Springs, Florida
at 11 a.m.-
followed by
"Dinner on the Grounds"
featuring the finest cooks in Gilchrist County!!
For more information 463-1562


Teleflora


VISA


Angle Land
are still asking the same question ev-
ery day.'Access to this rich store is
indeed priceless.
The rich stores of wisdom and
knowledge are worthy pursuits as
well in order to be successful and
live rich, full lives. We press our kids
to read and learn voraciously in order
to gain knowledge and become wise.
Studies suggest those who continue
learning later in life are less likely
to lose brain function. In fact, there
doesn't seem to be any downside to
having access to a rich store of wis-
dom or knowledge, but we could be
pounding on the door of these rich
stores and still be denied access,
without the key.
The Bible clearly identifies the
key to this foundation and these rich
stores: the fear of the Lord. This
fear is defined as a reverence or
awe; a recognition of His place and
our place. Translated into our daily
life, this would mean that we have
a clear understanding of who God is
and what we are.-It also means when
'God speaks, we don't keep doing
our own thing, shrug our shoulders
and say, "Oh well, God understands
me." It means we listen up with fear
and trembling. That fear gives us the
KEY, the access to these destinations,
and is available to "whosoever will."
Because Every Heart Matters,
Angle








GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 2013.


Mrs. Nancy A. Castor

Mrs. Nancy A. Castor, 75, passed
away on Thursday, Aug. 8, 2013, at
Ayers Health & Rehabilitation Cen-
ter.
Nancy was born on December 16,
1937, in East Swanzey, New Hamp-
shire, to Clarence Todd and Marie
Sheltry Todd.
She moved to Trenton in 1968,
from Gilsum, New Hampshire. She
worked in the nursing field pas a care
giver and she was a member of Union
Baptist Church.
She is preceded in death by three
sisters, Phyllis Matson, Jean Tatro
and Corean Casani, and a brother,
Phillip Todd.
She is survived by her husband,
Reginald J. Castor of Trenton; two
daughters, Pamella Hatch of Trenton,
and Regina Hill of Chiefland; two
sons, Patrick Castor of Live Oak, and
Kim Castor of Trenton; two brothers,
George Todd of Alabama, and Rich-
ard Todd of Virginia; 16 grandchil-
dren and 27 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on Sat-
urday, Aug. 10,2013, at 3:00 p.m., at
Union Baptist Church. Pastor Travis
Moody officiated. Interment followed
at the church cemetery.
Visitation was held on Friday, Aug.
9, 2013, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m., at
Watson Funeral Home.
Arrangements under the care of
Watson Funeral Home of Trenton.
To offer online condolences, or to
sign the guest book, visit www.wat-
sonfhtrenton.com

Mr. Randolph Harold
Crews
Mr. Randolph Harold Crews, 59,
passed away on Sunday, Aug. 4,
2013, at Monroe Regional Medical
Center, in Ocala.
Randolph was born on February
26, 1954, in Gainesville, to Willis 0.
Crews and Virgie Mae Waters Crews.
He moved to Ocala in 1994 from Or-
lando.
He was a landscaper.
Mr. Crews is preceded in death by
his father, Willis 0. Crews. and his
son, Willis John Crews. '
He is survived by his mother, Vir-
gie Mae Crews of Silver Springs;
Sister and brother-in-law, JoAnn and
Chuck O'Steen of Trenton; and broth-
er, Larry Crews of Silver Springs.
Funeral Services for Randolph
were private. He was interred in the
Laurel Hill Cemetery in Archer.
Arrangements under the care of
Watson Funeral Home of Trenton.
To offer online condolences, or to
sign the guest book, visit www.wat-
sonfhtrenton.com


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Mr. Hubert Jeffrey
Lashley

Mr. Hubert Jeffrey Lashley, 54, of
Steinhatchee, passed away Thursday,
Aug. 8, 2013.
Mr. Lashley was born in Perry, on
November 17, 1958.
He loved to fish and made his liv-
ing as a commercial fisherman. He
also enjoyed shooting guns and lis-
tening to music.
He is survived.by parents Hubert
and Faye Lashley. of Steinhatchee;
brother, Darrel Lashley of Law-
renceville, Georgia; uncle, Rob-
ert Earl Roebuck; nephew, Jeffrey
(Misty). Lashley; nieces, Peyton
(Kyle) Lashley, Jennifer (Adam)
Fougere, Madison (Jackson) Foug-
ere, and Tammy Lashley.
A graveside service was held
Monday, Aug. 12, 2013, at 2 p.m., at
Waters Memorial Gardens in Stein-
hatchee. Brother Wayne Philmon of-
ficiated.
Arrangements were placed,'under
the care of the Rick Gooding Funeral
Home of Cross City.


SMr. Clifton Wallace
Mikell

Mr. Clifton Wallace Mikell, 65,
passed away on Monday, Aug. 12,
20413, at Shands at the University of
Florida.
Clifton was born on July 26, 1948,
in Gainesville, to Albert Edsel Mikell
and Dorothy Louise Locklear Mikell.
He was a lifelong resident of the area.
Mr. Mikell was a graduate of Trenton
High School.. He received a Master's
Degree in Education. He was a re-
tired school teacher of Trenton, and a
pine tree farmer. He was a member of
Bethel Church of Christ.
He is survived by his wife, Zelda
Roberts Mikell of Bell; a daughter,


Grace (Chris) Dunn of Bell; a son,
Benjamin Ira (Amanda) Mikell of
Bell; a sister, Claudia Mikell Down-
ing of Crystal River; and three grand-
children, Abigail Dunn, Bethany
Dunn, and Emily Mikell.
Funeral services will be held on
Friday, Aug. 16, 2013, at 2:00 p.m.,
at Bethel Church of Christ, with Mr.
David Halter officiating. Interment to
follow at the church cemetery. Visita-
tion will be held on Thursday, Aug.
15, 2013, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00
p.m., at Watson Funeral Home.
Arrangements under the care of
Watson Funeral Home of Trenton. To
offer online condolences, or to sign
the guest book, visit www.watson-
fhtrenton.com

Mr. Amos Philman

Mr. Amos Philman, 92, passed
away on Wednesday, Aug. 7, 2013,
at North Florida Regional Medical
Center.
Amos was born on April 3, 1921,
in Bell, to Thomas Gilbert Philman
and Katie Gertrude Kinsey Philman.
He was a retired inspector with the
Florida Department of Transporta-
tion.
He was a member of Mt. Nebo
Baptist Church and the American Le-
gion.
He is survived by his wife, Alene
Worth Philman of Bell; a daughter,
Sherlene Bostick of Bell; three sons,
Amos H. Philman, Emory J. Philman
and Eldon E. Philman all of Bell; two
sisters, Clara Hatcher of Clearwater,
and Gladys Hatcher of Dunedin; six
grandchildren, three'great-grandchil-
dren, and one great-great-grandchild.
Funeral services were held on Sun-
day, Aug. 11, 2013, at 3:00 p.m., in
the chapel at Watson Funeral Home.
Mr. Emory Philman officiated. Inter-
ment was in the Bell Cemetery. Visi-
tation was held one hour prior to the
service.
In lieu of flowers, donations may
be made in the memory of Mr. Phil-
man to the American Heart Associa-
tion, Gainesville.
Arrangements under the card of
Watson Funeral Home of Trenton.
To offer online condolences, or to
sign the guest book, visit www.wat-
sonflihtrenton.com

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problems for others. In children, it can cause asthma, respiratory infections,
or worse. If you or your children are being affected by secondhand
smoke in your home, please contact the
Tobacco Free Partnership.of Gilchrist County or visit tobaccofreeflorida.com.


219 N Main Street
Trenton, FL 32693
352-463-7006
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Mr. Jose Luis Sanchez
Mr. Jose Luis Sanchez, 68, of Old
Town, passed away Thursday, Aug.
8,2013.
Mr. Sanchez moved to Dixie
County from Texas in 1999. He was
a former truck driver, hauling freight
throughout the country. He was a
member of the Epiphany Catholic
Church.
He is survived by his wife, Sylvia
Avalos, and daughters, Wendy San-
chez Avalos and Jennifer. Sanchez
Avalos, all of Old Town.
Arrangements have been placed
under the care of the Rick Gooding
Funeral Home of Cross City.


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Connection
Submitted
Care Givers Retreat Thursday,
Aug. 15th, 10:00, a.m. to noon, at
the Trenton Senior Center, 1439 SW
CR 307-A, Trenton. Contact Cheryll
Jones at 352-221-0594.
Education Foundation of
Gilchrist County Scholarship.
Showdown Friday, Aug. 16th, 7:00
p.m., at the Suwannee River Fair
Arena.
The Scholarship Showdown is a
Reverse Drawing. Your donation of
$100 gives you the chance to win
cash prizes of $100, $250, $750,
$1,000 and $2,500. Only 300 tickets
will be sold. There will be a delicious
catered meal, gun raffles, fun games
with prizes, all to raise money for
scholarships.
Tickets are on sale now at Gilchrist
County Courthouse, Gilchrist County
Chamber of Commerce, Ameris Bank
in Trenton, Capital City Bank in Bell
and Trenton, Drummond Bank in
Bell and Trenton.
Questions? Call Marti at (352)
262-1829.
Rockin' the Santa Fe Tribute
Show: The Ultimate AC/DC Trib-
ute Show Saturday, August 31st, at
Ellie Ray's RV Resort & Lounge. For
more information call 855-RIVER-
13 or visit www.ellieraysrvresort.
com.
Archeological Tour and Lunch
Saturday, Sept. 14th, at Camp Weed,
11057 Camp Weed Place, Live Oak.
Come explore the Hemrnando De
Soto Site, an actual Indian site, which
has produced numerous artifacts from
the period. Enjoy a treasure hunt and
lunch like the indigenous people
would have had and grown on our
grounds in 1539. This fun and edu-
cational day is suitable for adults and
children as young as seven. Young
people must be accompanied by an
adult. $12 per person.
Call (386) 364-5250 for reserva-
tions or go online at www.campweed.
org.
Rockin' the Santa Fe Tribute
Show: The Ultimate Tribute to San-
tana Saturday, Sept. 21st, at Ellie
Ray's RV Resort & Lounge. For more
information call 855-RIVER-13 or
visit www.ellieraysrvresort.com
"Stimulate Economics Through
Tourism" Annual Tourism Summit
Thursday, Sept 26th, 9:00 a.m. to
2:00 p.m., at-the Trail Riders Club,


Doris made this apron out of a vest panel. We're planning to see how
many things we can make with these vest panels, table runners and
wall hangings are just some of the ideas.


Log Cabin Quilters'


Submitted
The Log Cabin Quilters met Thurs-
day, Aug, 8, at the Levy County Quilt
Museum at 11050 NW 10th Ave.
We had several show and tell items.
Alice Mae did dress last week's baby.
The baby is smaller than a business
card. The baby now has a bed made
from a match box complete with
match sticks for legs, a pillow and
her own baby quilt.
. Doris made an apron out of a vest
panel that was donated recently. The
scraps are to be used to make pot-
holders and coasters. A Wednesday
workshop is being planned to make
small items to sell to raise money for
the air conditioner.
The air conditioner fund is grow-
ing. We now-have $795.00. Thank
you everyone, We're making do in
the heat. The building is about 80 in
the morning and usually gets to about
90 before we go home. .Hiers-


Baxley has donated some paper fans
for'us to enjoy. The fans will be en-
joyed by the volunteers. A glass of
sweet tea, the fan, and the swing on
the front porch, I don't think it gets
better than that.
Hopefully this week, we can get a
clear vinyl curtain made for the door-
way into the sewing room. We'll be
able to take advantage of that smaller
air conditioner and not be closed off
from the main room.
Wednesday is a workday for vol-
unteers. They're planning to make
small items using some of the vest
panels. Table runners, aprons, and
wall hangings are some of the pos-
sibilities. Call if you want to get in-
volved in this project..
Greg and the boys were out this
week. They worked on the yard in-
cluding ihe flower beds. With all this,
rain, the flower beds were in need of
a good cleaning.


This baby fits on a business card. Alice Mae made her a diaper, a small
quilt, the bed, and bedding. The bed is from a large match box with
match sticks making the bed legs. It's amazing to see what Alice Mae
can create.


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Kicking Cancer's Butt Poker
Run Saturday, Sept. 28th. Visit
www.BackFightingCancer.org for
more information.
Hidden Coast Paddling Festi-
val Friday to Sunday, October 4th
through the 6th, in Cedar Key..Vis'it
www.HiddenCoast.net for more in-
formation.
Haven's Fall at the Ranch Satur-
day, Oct. 19th, 5:30 p.m., at Rock.
Bluff Ranch, Bell.
For more information about this'
event, to become a sponsor, auction
donor or to purchase a ticket ($75
per person), please contact Stepha-
nie Brod at (352) 271-4665 or email
smbrod@havenhospice.org.
"Celebrating Agriculture" Skeet
& Eat Sporting Clays Shoot Sat"
urday, Oct. 19th, at Gilchrist Club,
Hwy 47, Trenton. Mark your calen-
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to the public, and are held in a smoke-'
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coffee is provided.
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GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 2013:







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Gary Blankenship and Paula K.
Butcher to Penny L. Fason, warranty
deed $10.00, 6-8-15.
Ira Advanta Trust LLC and Anne
Mudra to Karen Henley, warranty
deed, $36,000.00, Lot 9 Suwannee
River Ranch Estates Subdivision.
Susan W. Mamey to Marlys Marie
McKercher, Stanley Alan McKerch-
er, and Rachel Kay Smith, warranty
deed, $30,000.00, 06-08-16-0000-
0004-0000.
Tiffany C. Hartsfield and Julious
U. Riley, Jr., to Julious U. Riley, Jr.,
quit claim deed, $10.00, Lot 18 Pine-
wood Subdivision.
First Franklin Mortage Loan Trust
and U.S. Bank National Association
Trustee to Mark A. Brown, warranty
deed, $89,000.00, 04-09-14-0000-
0006-0031.
Clarence W. Weise to Glenn H.
Brown and Patricia E. Brown, war-
ranty deed, $58,250.00, Lot 29 A D
Destin Unrecorded Subdivision.
Elizabeth Mucciarone and Eugene
Mucciarone to Andrew Drummond,
warranty deed, $35,500.00, 16-10-
15-0000-0070-0000.


Linda J. Norris to Linda J. Norris
and Linda J. Rassel, quit claim deed,
$10.00, Lot 12 Block B Santa Fe Oa-
sis Subdivision.
Linda J. Norris to Linda J. Norris
and Linda J. Rassel, quit claim deed,
$10.00, Lot 13 Block B Santa Fe Oa-
sis Subdivision.
Marie Cooper AKA Marie Coopr
to Wendy Sanders, quit claim deed,
$10.00, 23-8-14-0000-0006-0011.
Barrett G. Groves and Sonya A
Rankin FKA Sonya A. Groves to
Barrett G. Groves, quit claim deed,
$10.00, 30-7-16.
Cyrus Albert Rice, Jr., AKA Cyrus
A. Rice, Jr., and Mary Elon Hardy
Rice AKA Mary Elon Rice to Mary
Rebecca Nation, Philip Mark Nation,
Cyrus Albert Rice, Jr., and Mary Elon
Hardy Rice, deed reserving enhanced
life estate, $10.00, 2-8-16.
Cyrus Albert Rice, Jr., AKA Cyrus
A. Rice, Jr., and Mary Elon Hardy
Rice AKA Mary Elon Rice to Cyrus
Albert Rice, Jr., James Anthony Rice,
Mary Elon Hardy Rice, and Robbin
Leigh Rice, deed reserving enhanced
life estate, $10.00, 2-8-16.


Capital City Bank introduces

Mobile Check Deposit Service


Submitted
Capital City Bank introduces mo-
bile check deposit functionality for
iPhone, Android and Blackberry us-
ers called CCBMobile Deposit. This
service is now available in all Capital
City Bank markets via a new, free
mobile application. Capital City Cli-
ents with personal or business deposit
accounts are invited to enroll and use
this free mobile deposit service.
"The ways in which consumers in-
teract with their bank are constantly
evolving," said Tom Allen, senior
vice president and Virtual Banking
manager for Capital City Bank. "We
continue to see clients choose chan-
nels such as mobile to manage their
finances. The enhancements we've
made since introducing mobile bank-
ing four years ago, including the in-
troduction of mobile deposit, reflect
this shift in client preferences and
expectations."
To use the mobile deposit service,
clients will need to enroll online at
ccbg.com/mobile-deposit and down-
load the new CCBMobile Deposit
app. Once the service is activated,
clients will log in. to the app, choose
"Deposit" and select the account
to credit. To complete the simple
process, clients will then enter the
amount of the check and take a photo
of the front and back of the check. A
confirmation will display once the

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item is received and will be e-mailed
to the user. Clients may deposit as
late as 5 p.m., eastern, to process the
check the same day.
"Mobile deposit provides our con-
sumer and small business clients
with convenient anytime, anywhere
remote deposit capabilities through a
reliable and secure service," said Clif
Bradley, president, Suwannee Valley
area. "Expanding our mobile strategy
with this new self-service channel
also helps us retain and attract tech-
savvy clients, and provides another
competitive distinction in this mar-
ket."
Capital City launched mobile bank-
ing in 2009 and now offers clients the
ability to view account balances and
transaction history, pay bills, transfer
money between Capital City Bank
accounts, locate the nearest Capital
City Bank location or ATM and make
check deposits.
For more information on CCBMo-
bile Deposit or other mobile banking
services, visit www.ccbg.com/mo-
bile.


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North Central Florida Regional Planning Council officials Daniel Riddick, Secretary-Treasurer, Lorene
Thomas, Immediate Past Chair, Carolyn Spooner, Vice-Chair, Garth Nobles, Jr., Chair, Rick Davis, Ex-
ecutive Committee Member and Scott Koons, Executive Director of the North Central Florida Regional
, Planning Council.

NCFRPC recognized by Florida Chamber


Submitted
The Florida Chamber Foundation
recently recognized the North Cen-
tral Florida Regional Planning Coun-
cil, along with the other ten regional
planning councils-in Florida, as Six
Pillars Communities during a cer-
emony held at the Florida Associa-
tion of Counties Annual Conference
held in Tampa. The regional plan-
ning councils completed their Com-
prehensive Economic Development
Strategies using the Foundation's
Six Pillars framework and will be
the Foundation's strategic partner in
demonstrating the value of the Six
Pillars across the state. Designated
as federal economic development
districts, the regional planning coun-
cils promote economic development
throughout the state in partnership
with local economic development
organizations and the business com-
munity.
The Comprehensive Economic De-
velopment Strategy plans are com-
pleted with a five-year horizon and
are a requirement of the U. S. Eco-
nomic Development Administration,
elevating the Six Pillars from a state-
wide effort to the federal level. The
Six Pillars offer a framework for lo-
cal chambers of commerce, econom-
ic development organizations and
other community leadership groups
to facilitate long-term planning while
focusing on short-term action. The
regional planning councils join oth-
er statewide organizations such as
the Florida Chamber of Commerce,
Workforce Florida, Florida Associa-
tion of Counties, VISIT FLORIDA
and the Department of Economic
Opportunity, who are all utilizing the
Six Pillars as a collaborative tool to
move their efforts forward.
"The regional planning councils
fully understand that long-term stra-
tegic planning is fundamental for
Florida's economic success," said
Bentina Terry, Vice-President at
Gulf Power and Chair of the Florida
Chamber Foundation. "Their desig-
nation as a Six Pillars Community
signifies the value of the Six Pillars
and aligning efforts with other com-
munities across the state."
As stewards of economic growth
across Florida, the regional plan-
ning councils clearly understand that
alignment with the business commu-
nity will strengthen their economic
development efforts and foster more
opportunities for the entire state, in-
cluding rural areas. The regional
planning councils will play a strong
role in the next phase of the Cham-
ber Foundation's Six Pillars Com-
munity program in their respective
regions, by impacting the entire state
of Florida.


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"The Foundation looks forward to
working with the regional planning
councils," said Tony Carvajal, Ex-
ecutive Vice-President of the Florida
Chamber Foundation. "Every com-
munity and comer of the state now
has a strong partner and friend work-
ing to ensure they grow and pros-
per."
"I congratulate the regional plan-
ning councils on becoming an official
Six Pillars Community," said Mark
Wilson, President and Chief Execu-
tive Officer of the Florida Chamber.
"Not only does this show the power
of the.Six Pillars at the state level, but
the federal level will be able to see
the good work taking place in Florida
through the regional planning coun-
cils.".
The Council, in partnership with
economic development organizations
and local governments, promotes
regional strategies, partnerships and
solutions to strengthen the economic
competitiveness and quality of life of
the 11 counties and 33 incorporated
municipalities in the north central
portion of Florida. The Council,
whose members are local elected of-
ficials and gubernatorial appointees,
administers a variety of state and fed-
eral programs for north central Flori-
da including Alachua, Bradford, Co-
lumbia, Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton,
Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee, Tay-
lor and Union Counties. Programs
include development of the Com-
prehensive Economic Development

North Florida

Livestock

Report
Slaughter cattle and replacement
cattle remained steady on Wednes-
day, Aug. 7 compared to last week.
Yearling prices were steady to slight-
ly stronger. We look forward to see-
ing you all again next week!
Scott Motes topped the slaughter
bull market this week with $108.50,
bought by Brown Packing. Cur-
tis Spencer topped the slaughter
cow market with $94.00, bought by
Brown Packing. Dan Stallings sold
the highest price replacement cow
at $130.00, bought by Bar D Ranch.
Cody Langford topped the replace-
ment bull market with $96.00, bought
by Jesse Green. Billy Kirby sold the
high price pair this week at $1360.00,
bought by Sherod Keen, and the high
price yearling went to 4M Cattle Co
at $240.00, sold by Colby Heim-
buch.
Check us out on the web at www.
northfloridalivestock.com for our
market report, news and upcoming
events, or drop us a line at nflm@att.
net.
STEERS: LOW: HIGH: AVG:
150-199, 120.00, 240.00, (168.06)
200-249, 125.00,210.00, (163.16)
250-299, 120.00, 207.50, (162.56)
300-349, 135.00, 198.00, (165.85)
350-399, 121.00, 180.00, (157.42)
400-449, 129.00, 166.00, (146.55)
450-499, 127.00, 150.00, (138.20)
500-549, 124.00, 144.00, (131.33)
550-599, 124.00, 135.00, (130.39)
HEIFERS: LOW: HIGH: AVG:
150-199, 130.00, 190.00, (151.43)
200-249, 130.00, 165.00, (145.29)
250-299, 120.00, 167.50, (146.98)
300-349, 130.00, 156.00, (147.04)
350-399, 134.00, 156.00, (148.39)
400-449, 123.00, 152.00, (138.86)
450-499, 122.00, 134.00, (126.70)
500-549, 121.00, 141.00, (125.71)
550-599, 121.00, 138.00, (129.00)
COWS: LOW: HIGH: AVG:
600-800, 63.00, 130.00, (88.46)
800-1000, 64.00, 102.00, (78.04)
1000-1200, 67.00, 120.00, (83.75)
1200-1400, 67.00, 94.00, (82.76)
1400-UP, 74.00, 90.00, (85.75)
BULLS: LOW: HIGH: AVG:
1000-1200, 95.00, 97.00, (96.00)
1200-1400, 86.00, 88.00, (87.00)
1400-1600, 88.00, 105.50, (97.63)
1600-UP, 103.50, 108.50, (106.00)
PAIRS: LOW: HIGH: AVG:
750.00, 1360.00, (1028.00)
TOTAL: 588


Strategy, the Strategic Regional Pol-
icy Plan, technical assistance to local
governments in development of com-
prehensive plans, land development
regulations and grant management,
and administration of developments
of regional impact, local mitiga-
tion strategies, hazardous materials,
homeland security and economic
development programs. In addition,
the Council staffs the Metropolitan
Transportation Planning Organiza-
tion for the Gainesville Urbanized
Area, the North Central Florida Lo-
cal Emergency Planning Committee,
the North Central Florida Regional
Hazardous Materials Response Team
and The Original Florida Tourism
Task Force.
The Council's offices are located in
Gainesville. More information about
the Council can be found at ncfrpc.
org.


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Arrest


Report

August 5, 2013
Robert Gabriel Samson, 30, of
Bell, was arrested on an out-of-
county warrant, no bond.
August 6, 2013
Rachel Faye Clifford, 21, of
Gainesville, was arrested for Burglary
of a Dwelling and Grand Theft III,
ROR.
August 7, 2013
Tracy Lemar Richburg, 39,
of Chiefland, was arrested for
Knowingly Driving While License
Suspended, $1,500.00 bond.
Walter John Smith, 27, of
Chiefland, was arrested for Failure to
Appear-Resisting without Violence,
$5,000.00 bond.
August 8, 2013
William Quinn Douglas, 42, of High
Springs, was arrested for Violation of
Probation Felony Criminal Mischief,
no bond.
August 9, 2013
Timothy G. Baker, 41, of Trenton,
was arrested for Violation of
Probation-Felony Battery, no bond.
August 11,2013
Randy G. Thomas, 54, of Maxville,
Aggravated Assault with a Deadly
Weapon X3 and Battery'Domestic,
$600,000.00 bond.


Gilchrist Co.

Sheriff's

Office tip line

If you have any information per-
taining to any crimes or investiga-
tions please call the Gilchrist County
Sheriff's Office tip line at 1-888-717-
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GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


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THURSDAY ATGUTIST 15. 2013


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GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


THURSDAY. AUGUST 15, 2013


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 21-2013-CP-0035
IN RE: ESTATE OF
EDNA VIRGINIA TANNER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Summary Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE:
You are hereby notified that an Order
of Summary Administration has been en-
tered in the estate of Edna Virginia Tan-
ner, deceased, File Number 21-2013-CP-
0035 by the Circuit Court for Gilchrist
County, Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is 112 S. Main Street,
Trenton, FL 32693, that the decedent's
date of death was August 11, 2010; that
the total value of the estate is $26,200.00
and that the names and addresses of those
to whom it has been assigned by such or-
der are:
Name Address
Willie Clarence Tanner-1839 SW 75th
Court, Bell, FL 32619
Rosemarie Tanner Roberson-1839 SW
75th Court, Bell, Florida 32619
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE
NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the estate of the de-
cedent and persons having .claims or
demands against the estate of the dece-
dent other than those for whom provi-
sion for full payment was made in the
Order of Summary Administration must
file their claims with this court WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN
SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE. ALL CLAIMS AND
DEMANDS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITH-
STANDING ANY OTHER APPLI-
CABLE TIME PERIOD, ANY CLAIM
FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this no-
.tice is August 8, 2013.
Attorney for Person Giving Notice:
Ray E. Thomas, Jr., FLB #0978205
Attorney for the Personal Representative
P.O. Box 39, Bell, FL 32619
352-463 0077 Fax: 352-463-0090
E-Mail: retbelllaw@msn.com
Published August 8, 15, 2013b.

NOTICE OF BUDGET WORKSHOP
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, the Gilchrist
County Board of County Commission-
ers, in and for Gilchrist County, Florida,
will hold a BUDGET WORKSHOP on
Monday, August 19, 2013, at 2:00 p.m.,
in the Board of County Commissioners
Meeting Facility, located at 210 South
Main Street, Trenton, Florida. The fol-
lowing is a proposed agenda:
The purpose' of this workshop is to
discuss and finalize the FY 13/14 Pro-
posed Budget
Budget Recap
Personnel Services Recommendations
Health Insurance Proposals
Finalize FY 13/14 Budget
Other Issues
"Persons with disabilities requesting rea-
sonable accommodations to participate in
the proceeding should contact (352)463-
3169 (Voice & TDD) 6r via Florida Relay
Service (800)955-8771."
PLEASE BE ADVISED that if a person
decides to appeal any decisions made by
the Commission with respect to any mat-
ter considered at said hearing, that person
will need a record of the proceedings, and
that for such purpose, that person may
need to insure that a verbatim record is
made, which record includes the testimo-
ny and evidence upon which the appeal is
to be based.
BOARD OF COUNTY .
COMMISSIONERS
GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA
SHARON A. LANGFORD,
CHAIRMAN
ATTEST:
TODD NEWTON, CLERK OF COURT
Published August 15, 2013b.

NOTICE OF MEETING
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, the
Gilchrist County Board of County Com-
missioners, in and for Gilchrist County,
Florida, will hold a Regular Meeting on
Monday, August 19, 2013, at 4:00 p.m.,
in the Board of County Commissioners
Meeting Facility, located at 210 South
Main Street, Trenton, Florida. The fol-
lowing is a proposed agenda:
1. Call to Order (4:00 p.m.)
2. Agenda Changes
3. Consent Agenda
4. Public Participation i
5. Constitutional Officers
6. County Administrator
7. Attorney Report
8. Clerk Report
9. Time Certain
4:30 pm SUP13-04: An application
by Trevor Wayne Bass, agent for
Bass Farms, Inc., owner for a Spe
cial Use Permit for the processing
and storage of agricultural products
and commodities not raised on the
premises (grass seed, millet, rye, and
other small grains) in an Agricul-
ture-2 land use district on 160 acres
located on SE 70th Avenue. Tax par-
cel#23-10-16-0000-0001-0020
4:45, pm Informational item on
the Gilchrist County Evaluation and
Appraisal Report and Comprehen-
sive Plan Update
5:00 pm CPA 2013-01: A request
by Gregory V. Beauchamp, agent for


North Florida Holsteins, LC, owner,
to amend the Future Land Use Map
designation on approximately 203
acres from Agriculture-1 to Agricul-
ture-2 located at 500 S US Highway
129 and in the 200 block ofSW 22nd
Court. Tax Parcel # 31-08-15-0000-
0006-0000; 31-08-15-0000-0008-
0010; 31-08-15-0000-0008-0000.
10. Commissioners Reports
11. Old Business/New Business
12. Public Participation
13.Adjourn
"Persons with disabilities request-
ing reasonable accommodations to par-
ticipate in the proceeding should contact
(352)463-3169 (Voice & TDD) or via
Florida Relay Service (800)955-8771."
PLEASE BE ADVISED that if a per-
son decides to appeal any decisions made
by the Commission with respect to any
matter considered at said hearing, that
person will need a record of the proceed-
ings, and that for such purpose, that per-
son may need to insure that a verbatim
record is made, which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon which the
appeal is to be based.
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA
SHARON A. LANGFORD,
CHAIRMAN
ATTEST:
TODD NEWTON, CLERK OF COURT
Published August 15, 2013b.

City of Fanning Springs
City Council
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the City
Council of the City of Fanning Springs
will meet in a Budget Workshop on Tues-
day, August 20, 2013 at 2:30 pm at the
Fanning Springs, City Hall, 17651 NW
90th Ct., Fanning Springs, FL.
The Agenda is:
1. 2013-2014 Budget
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE
Pursuant" to Florida Statutes 286.0105
that if a person decides to appeal any
decision made by the City Council with
respect to any matter considered at such
meeting he/she may need to ensure that
a verbatim record of the proceedings is
made. Which record includes the testimo-
ny and evidence upon which the appeal is
to be based;
DATED this 12th day of Aug., 2013. By
Sheila Watson, City Clerk, City Of Fan-
ning Springs, Florida.
Published August 15, 2013b.

NATURE COAST REGIONAL
WATER AUTHORITY
NOTICE OF BOARD MEETING
The Nature Coast Regional Water
Authority ("Authority") will hold a pub-
lic meeting on Wednesday, August 21,
2013, at 4:00 p.m. at Fanning Springs
City Hall, 17651 NW 90th Court, Fan-
ning Springs, Florida 32693. The Au-
thority Board will consider the approval
of meeting minutes, the Treasurer's Re-
port, and the Old Town Project.
Members of the public are encouraged
to attend and provide comment at tie
meeting, which may be continued to a
date and time certain as announced at the
meeting. For more information, includ-
ing a copy of the agenda, please contact
Taylor Brown at (352) 463-4000 or by
email at tbrown@trentonflorida.org. In
accordance with the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act, any person requiring special
accommodations at the meeting should
contact Taylor Brown at the contact infor-
mation provided above. If you are hear-
ing or speech impaired, please contact the
Florida Relay Service at (800) 955-8770
for aid in contacting Taylor Brown at
(352) 463-4000 at least two (2) days prior
to the date of the meeting.
Each person who decides to appeal
any decision made by the Board with
respect to any matter considered at the
meeting is advised that such person will
need a record of the proceedings and, ac-
cordingly, the person may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the proceedings
is made, including the testimony and evi-
dence upon which such appeal is to be
based.
Published August 15, 2013b.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY,
FLORIDA,
File No. 21-2012-CP-25
IN RE: ESTATE OF:
CHARLES 0. CLARKE,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the Estate of
CHARLES 0. CLARKE, Deceased,
whose date of death was February 4,2009;
File Number 21-2012-CP-25, is pending
in the Circuit Court 'for Gilchrist County,
Florida, Probate Division, the address of
which is Gilchrist County Courthouse,
P.O. Box 37, Trenton, Florida 32693.
The names and addresses of the per-
sonal representative and the person repre-
sentative's attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the Decedent and other
persons having claims or demands against
Decedent's estate, on whom a copy of
this notice is. required to be served, must
file their claims with this court WITHIN
THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the Decedent and
other persons having claims or demands
against the decedent's estate must file
their claims with this court WITHIN 3


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JLegal N ofNices
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MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN
SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this no-
tice is August 15, 2013.
Is/ Gregory V. Beauchamp
GREGORY V. BEAUCHAMP, P.A.
-Attorney for Personal Representive
Florida Bar No. 178770
P.O. Box 1129 .
Chiefland. FL 32644
(352) 493-1458
/s/ Lorraine E Clark
Lorraine F. Clark
Co-Personal Representative
1160 NW CR 341
Bell, FL 32619
/s/ Robert J. Beauchamp
Robert J. Beauchamp
Co-Personal Representative
P.O. Box 1777
Chiefland, FL 32644
Published August 15, 22, 2013b.
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS 13-01
Notice is hereby given that sealed pro-
posals will be accepted until 2 p.m. on
Friday, August 23, 2013 by the Office
of the City Manager, City of Trenton,
114 North Main Street, Trenton, Florida
32693, for PC BASED UTILITY BILL-
ING SOFTWARE.
Please contact Vickie Griffis, Admin-
istrative Assistant, City of Trenton, at
vgriffis@trentonflorida.org to receive
a listing of minimum requirements for
the software.
ALL PROSPECTIVE RESPONDENTS
ARE DIRECTED NOT TO CONTACT
CITY OF TRENTON STAFF OR OFFI-
CIALS UNTIL AN AWARD HAS BEEN
MADE BY THE TRENTON CITY
COMMISSION. All questions from pro-
spective respondents shall be addressed
to the City Manager, Mr. Taylor Brown,
at (352) 463-4000. FAILURE TO COM-
PLY WITH THIS DIRECTIVE MAY
DISQUALIFY YOUR SUBMITTAL.
The City of Trenton, reserves the right to
reject any and all proposals submitted at
its sole discretion.
Published August 15, 2013b.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 21-2012-CA-000115
U.S. BANK, NA AS TRUSTEE ON
BEHALF OF MANUFACTURED
HOUSING CONTRACT SENIOR/
SUBORDINATE PASS-THROUGH
CERTIFICATE 1999-5, acting by and
through GREEN TREE SERVICING
LLC, in its capacity as Servicer 7360 S.
Kyrene Road Tempe, AZ 85283,
Plaintiff,
v.
GARLAND R. CAGLE, SUSAN
DIANE CAGLE, WORLDWIDE ASSET
MANAGEMENT, LLC as assignee to
Bank of America, NA, EXCALIBUR I,
LLC, as successor in interest to Chase
Manhattan Bank, a corporation, and
NCO PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT,
INC.,
Defendants.


Advertise in the
Gilchrist County Journal
call 463-7135 for details.


Information Regarding Sinkholes

From The Florida Geological Survey


Submitted
The Florida Department of Envi-
ronmental Protection's Florida Geo-
logical Survey has compiled the fol-
lowing information to provide a single
point source for general knowledge
about the nature of sinkholes in the
state of Florida and additional infor-
mation about proper protocol should
you ever encounter a sinkhole in an
urban area.
Facts about sinkholes in Florida:
The entire state of Florida sits
on top of several thousand feet of
limestone. Limestone is a rock that
can form with natural void spaces
called porosity. In limestone where
the void spaces are connected, the
rock is permeable. Porous and per-
meable limestone makes great aqui-
fers and provide millions of gallons
of fresh drinking water for residents
and agriculture. The most significant
factor in the development of sink-
holes is the dissolution of the lime-
stone underlying Florida by naturally
acidic groundwater.
Sinkholes are a natural and com-
mon feature of Florida's landscape.
They are only one of many kinds of
karst landforms, which include de-
pressions, caves (both air and water
filled), disappearing streams, springs
and underground aquifer systems, all
of which occur in Florida. Thousands
of naturally occurring sinkholes
can be seen throughout the state of
Florida including many that connect
underground to springs, rivers and
lakes.
Sinkholes form in karst terrain from
the collapse of surface sediments into
underground voids. In Florida one
may see solution sinkholes, cover-
subsidence sinkholes or cover-col-
lapse sinkholes. The first two types
will show very little topographical
disturbance to the naked eye, while
the third is the type which shows a
abrupt change in topography and is
most associated with the thought of
sinkholes.
Questions about sinkholes:
My yard is settling, do I have a
sinkhole? Maybe. But a number of
other factors can cause holes, depres-
sions or subsidence of the ground
surface. Expansive clay layers in the
earth may shrink upon drying, buried
organic material, poorly-compacted
soil after excavation work, buried


trash or logs and broken pipes all
may cause depressions to form at the
ground surface. These settling events,
when not verified as true sinkholes by
professionals, are collectively called
"subsidence incidents." If the settling
is affecting a dwelling, further testing
by a licensed engineer with a licensed
geologist on staff or a licensed geol-
ogy firm may be in order. Property
insurance may pay for testing, but in
many cases insurance may not cover
damage from settling due to causes
other than sinkholes.
A sinkhole opened in my neigh-
borhood, should I le concerned?
Although sinkholes in Florida some-
times occur in sets, most are isolated
events. The bedrock underlying the
state is honeycombed with cavities
of varying size, most of which will
not collapse in our lifetimes. A quick
inspection of your property for any
sinking or soft areas might be prudent.
Unless the sinkhole is very large, and
extends to your property, there's like-
ly to be little reason for concern.
Should a sinkhole open in an area
near you the hole should be im-
mediately cordoned off and clearly
marked to protect traffic. Contact
local law enforcement to report the
hazard and call your city or county
road department to initiate repair
work. If the road is private, repair of
the hole is usually the responsibility
of the landowner or property owners'
association.
Is there a safe area of Florida
where there is no chance of sink-
holes? Technically, no. Since the
entire state is underlain by carbonate
rocks, sinkholes could theoretically
form anywhere. However, there are
definite regions where sinkhole risk
is considerably higher. In general,
areas of the state where limestone is
close to surface, or areas with deeper
limestone but with a conducive con-
figuration of water table elevation,
stratigraphy, and aquifer characteris-
tics have increased sinkhole activity.
Additionally, the Department an-
nounced Friday that the Florida
Geological Survey, in conjunction
with the Florida Division of Emer-
gency Management, has received a
$1.1 million grant from the Federal
Emergency Management Agency to
address sinkhole vulnerability.


Streetwise

By Lauren Rudd


_____________________________I
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT,
pursuant to Plaintiff's Final Summary
Judgment of Foreclosure entered in the
above-captioned action, I will sell the
property situated in Gilchrist County,
Florida, described as follows, to wit:
LOT 9, RAMBLING RAMBO
ESTATES, ACCORDING TO THE MAP
OR PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 72, PUBLIC
RECORDS OF GILCHRIST COUNTY,
FLORIDA; TOGETHER WITH THAT
CERTAIN 2000 CONCEPT 2000 66X28
MOBILE HOME, SERIAL NUMBER:
9D630109MA&B.
Commonly known as: 5160 SW 100
STREET, TRENTON, FLORIDA 32693.
at public sale on September 9, 2013, at
11:00 a.m. (ET), in front of the south
doors of the courthouse, or as soon
thereafter as the sale may proceed, to the
highest bidder for cash.
If you are a subordinate lien holder
claiming a right to funds remaining
after the sale, you must file a claim
with the Clerk of Court no later than
60 days after the sale. If you fail to file
a claim, you will not be entitled to any
remaining funds.
Notice to Persons With Disabilities:
If you are a person with a disability who
needs any accommodation in order to
participate in this proceeding, you are
entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision
of certain assistance. Please contact the
Court Administrator's office not later
than seven days prior to the proceeding.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(SEAL)
By: L.Ayers
Deputy Clerk
Published August 15, 22, 2013b.




Gator


Growl


2013

Submitted
In celebrating the 90th year of the
University of Florida's Homecom-
ing, Gator Growl 2013 will feature
co-headliners The Fray and Sister
Hazel, with special guest New Direc-
tions Veterans Choir. Gator Growl
will be held on November 8, at 7
p.m., at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium,
the night before the UF Homecom-
ing football game against Vanderbilt
University.
The theme of UF Homecoming and
Gator Growl 2013 is "Footprints of
the Swamp." Gator Growl marks the
culmination of UF's Homecoming
festivities and brings students, alum-
ni, staff and faculty together in the
heart of the Gator Nation. For more
information and to purchase tickets,
please visit www.gatorgrowl.org.


End of Summer Nature
Photography Workshop
with John Reed
Acclaimed photographer John
Reed will present his End of Sum-'
mer Nature Photography Workshop
at Okefenokee National Wildlife
Refuge, September 21st and 22nd.
The two-day workshop consists of
classroom and hands-on exercises
on Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00
p.m., and hands-on photography in
the field on Sunday morning from
7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Participants
Must provide their own camera and
any other photographic equipment
they need. All photography skill
levels are welcome.
The Saturday class will expand
students' basic knowledge and/or
build on other sessions taken earlier
this year. Participants will dig deep-
er into key photographic principles
such as exposure, metering, and
composition. Registration begins at
7:30 a.m.
Sunday consists of a full morn-
ing of field photography exploring
the refuge, with Reed available to
answer questions and offer tips and
advice. The focus will be on pho-
tographing the plants, flowers, and
butterflies that may be seen in late
September, as well as the ever-pres-
ent alligators.
If payment is received by Septem-
ber 20, the cost for the 2-day work-
shop is $55, and if interested only in
the Sunday session the cost is $25.
Walk-ins will be welcome as space
permits for an additional $5 fee.
The workshop is sponsored in part
by the Okefenokee Wildlife League,
with a portion of the proceeds go-
ing to benefit their work on behalf
of the refuge. For registration and
information, call the refuge visitor
center at 912-496-7836 from 9:00
a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Thursday through
Monday. The entrance fee to the ref-
uge is not included in the cost of the
workshop..


The din emanating from the nay-
sayers and prognosticators on Wall
Street is deafening, producing a flour-
ishing contagion of economic and fi-
nancial hysteria. Yes, we have been
teetering on the brink of an economic
precipice, one heartbeat away from
disaster. However, due to the un-
precedented actions orchestrated by
the Federal Reserve, we have moved
back from the brink and avoided Ar-
mageddon.
Had the Fed not acted, the Great
Depression of 1929 would have been
relegated to the status of a tea farty
(no pun intended). Moreover, the
future looks to be a heady one. For
example, there have been a number
of comparisons between Wall Street
today and the bull markets of the
eighties.
Wall Street strategist Richard Ber-
nstein commented that, "The current
bull market might be one of the stron-
gest of our careers, and could poten-
tially rival the 1980's bull market."
Of course the opposite could also
be true, meaning that stock prices are
enjoying a pleasant but unsustainable
upside interlude, pushed aloft by the
easy money from central banks as
companies unduly flatter their results
with miserly cost-cutting, cheap debt
and stock buybacks.
As of now my vote is for the glass
being half-full, meaning I believe the
markets will continue their upward
march for the foreseeable future, not-
withstanding a few inevitable correc-
tions along the way.
One company that could easily
ride the wave upward, while manag-
ing the troughs is Apple. When I last
wrote about the company a year ago,
my earnings estimate for fiscal 2012
was $28 per share, with a 12-month
projected share price of $500. The
share price back then was $363.
So how did the company do? Fiscal
2012 earnings came in at $44.15 per
share and the shares recently closed
at $465.25. For fiscal 2013 third
quarter ended June 29, Apple posted
quarterly revenues of $35.3 billion
and earnings of $7.47 per share.
The Company also generated $7.8
billion in cash flow from operations
during this past quarter and returned
$18.8 billion to shareholders through
dividends and stock buybacks. None-
theless, the numbers were certainly
a bit less than the $35 billion in rev-
enue and $9.32 per share in earnings
posted in the year-ago quarter.
So, looking ahead can we expect
the rebirth of a Phoenix; or a compa-
ny whose shares have little in the way
of potential going forward? Keep in
mind that Apple sold 31.2 million
iPhones, as compared to 26 million in
the year-ago quarter. But Apple also
only sold 14.6 million iPads during


Attorney General
Bondi Announces
Temporary
Injunction and Asset
Freeze Against Florida
Center of Corporations

Attorney General Pam Bondi to-
day announced that her office has
obtained a temporary injunction
and asset freeze against Florida
Center of Corporations for alleged
unfair and deceptive practices. The
company and its owner, Thomas H.
Fred, Jr., allegedly deceived compa-
nies by sending them letters giving
the impression that they had to pay
additional fees to become corpora-
tions when, in fact, they were al-
ready corporations under the Florida
Department of State's Division of
Corporations. According to Attor-
ney General Bondi's lawsuit, since
February 2013, more than 12,000
Florida businesses have paid fees to
the Center in response to these de-
ceptive mailings.
"My office is committed to pro-
tecting Florida's businesses, and
this injunction and asset freeze
bars the company from engaging it!
any misconduct that could hurt our
state's business community," stated
Attorney General Pam Bondi. -
The temporary injunction bars
the company and its owner from
engaging in any activity that could
be interpreted to be activities of a
government agency. The temporary
injunction and asset freeze were
obtained against Florida Center of
Corporations and Thomas H. Fred,
Jr. Follow this link to view a copy
of the order: http://myfloridalegal:
com/webfiles.nsf/WF/MMFD-
998J2T/$file/FCOC.pdf.


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call 463-7135 for details.


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the quarter, compared'to 17 million
in the year-ago quarter and 3.8 mil-
lion Macs as compared to 4 million
a year ago.
Apple's Board of Directors recent-
ly declared a cash dividend of $3.05
per share. As part of its fourth quarter
guidance, Apple expects revenues of
between $34 billion and $37 billion
with a gross margin of between 36
and 37 percent and operating expens-
es of between $3.9 billion and $3.95
billion.
Since the start of July, Apple's
shares are up nearly 19 percent, al-
though they are still down almost
12 percent since the start of 2013.
Nonetheless, you can almost sense .a
perceived air of change. While Steve
Jobs was undoubtedly a key driver
behind Apple's past successes, Apple
has a cadre of phenomenal talent on
its payroll, including Tim Cook, Ap-
ple's current CEO.
The competitive environment in
which- Apple operates has changed
significantly since Jobs passed on.
The question is whether Apple can
change enough to ensure its ongoing
success. I believe it can.
Moreover, the intrinsic value of
the shares using a discounted earn-
ings model with a growth rate of only
3 percent and a discount rate of 15
percent is $514. Using the Street's
5-year average growth rate of 13.75
percent and the intrinsic value rises
to $1,141.
The more conservative free cash
flow to the firm model produces an
intrinsic value of $714 with a 3 per-
cent growth rate and $1,580 if you
increase the growth rate to 13.75 per-
cent.
My fiscal 2013 earnings estimate
for Apple is $39 and $50 for fiscal
2014, with a 12-month share price
estimate of-$535 for a 15 percent
capital gain. There .:is, also an indi-
cated annual dividend yield of 2.60
percent.
You can write to financial colum-
nist Lauren Rudd at LVERudd@aol.
com. Prior columns are available at
RuddReport.com.







THURSDAY. AUGUST 15, 2013


GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


I Moving Sale j
CONTINUING UNTIL ALL IS
GONE: 8710 SE 66th Circle, Trenton.
ltp,8-15


I Boat.-
BASS BOAT: 18'3" and trailer, 150
Mercruiser, new tune-up, water pump,
prop, battery, and carpet. Trolling motor.
$6,500. 352-472-3695.
2tb,8-15-8-22


,I Plants
PLANTS FOR SALE: Shrubs. Hours:
,8:00 a.m. 4:30 p.m., Mon. Thurs. 4539
SW CR-341, Bell. 352-463-1342.
2tb, 8-8-8-15




HAY FOR SALE: Large rolls, highly
fertilized, net wrapped, weed free. Coast-
al Bermuda $50/roll. Call 352-949-0222.
tfnb,7-18


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( TROKE REALTY

JEAN C. TROKE
Licensed Real Estate Broker


[Wanted toBuy I LAIFs
OLD TRACTORS: Rusted, busted, LA SSIFIE D1 S
abandoned, broken, neglected, dead or CLASSIFIED ADS $550 MINIMUM FOR 20 WORDS. 10 CENTS EACH ADDITIONAL WORD. A


alive. Also, tarmnn implements or parts.
Call Sonny anytime, 352-474-9753.
tfnb,6-27
CASH FOR YOUR COINS: Private
collector seeking U.S. coins, older variet-
ies. I pay more than dealers, pawn, and
road shows. Cell 352-949-1450 or Local
-463-8777.


I Services


YARD MOWING AFFORDABLE:
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DIXIE MONUMENTS: 24347 SE Hwy
19, Old Town, FL 32680. Toll free 877-
542-3432. dixiemonuments.com. Face-
book Dixie Monuments/Ben Barber. 20
years experience.
tfnb,6-27
ELECTRICAL WORK: State Certi-
fied, dependable, honest, experts, for any
and all electrical needs call All Seasons
@ 493-4888 or 1-800-542-1028. License
number # EC13001855.

Dear Journal Subscriber,
As an added convenience to
you, the renewal date for your
subscription has been printed
alongside your address. You
may renew your paper at any
time during the year. If your
paper is past due, you will
receive a postcard bill in your
mail. We just wanted to bring
this to your attention to save on
postage costs and to eliminate
any chance of a subscription
becoming delinquent.
Thank you for your business.


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


NEW LISTING-SPACIOUS, WELL-BLT. 4BR HOME NEAR
TRENTON: 4BR/2BA: 2005-yr. newer-frame-bit. 4BR/2BA home (pictured
-, ,eon thol.eft), -ona landscaped/fenced 0.560,auretq;,labout 1-mile West of
nTefnton. Has nice wood-laminate flooring, metal slortge building & more-
Sellers have priced to
SELL.. .$79,900.
NEW LISTING FRAME
'CRACKER' HOME, ON FENCED
'-ACRE IN TOWN: 3BR/1BA: Well-kept cracker/frame-bit, home in NE
Trenton (pictured on the right), on a landscaped/fenced/gated .-acre property.
Has nice wood floors & cabintry, tile flooring in the Kitchen & BA, 2-vehicle
pole-barn/workshop in back, attached side porch/patio & lots more-Priced
to Sell...$89,900.
Serving the Tri-County Area Since 1983
"Professional Service With A Personal Touch"
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(352) 493-3539 (352) 493-5237 (352) 221-2999
r730 E. Wade Street (SR-26)
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Property For Sale

To The Highest Bidder

2 Beautiful Lots
Approximately / Acre Total Lots
With Well, Septic, and Power Pole
Located at 1200 Hough Street,
Town of Bell, Florida.

Sealed Bids must be received by
10:00 A.M. on Sept. 12, 2013.
All bids are to be submitted to:
Town of Bell
Attention: Dan Cavanah, Town Manager
P.O. Box 116, Bell,
Florida 32619-0116.

Bids will be publicly opened at the
Bell Town Council Meeting on September 12,2013
at 6:00 P.M. or as soon thereafter as can be heard.

Minimum Bid is $5,000.00

The Town of Bell reserves the right to accept or
reject any and all bids, to waive any informalities
or irregularities in the bid process, and to award
the bid in the best interest of the Town.


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LANGSTON TREE: Full Se
Care. Licensed and Insure
Owned. 352-221-0001.


tfnb,12-22 JERRY WILKS FILL DI
VICE: Fill dirt, driveways
demolition, limerock, land
S(352) 493-3137 (day) or (352)
(night).


APPLIANCE REPAIR: Allf
maker & dishwasher install
certified techs. MC-VISA,
0651.


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MOWER & CHAINSAW PARTS
Stihl, Husqvamrna, Ayp, Murray, Sears,
MTD, Briggs, Kohler, Robin, and Hon-
da. Blades for most mowers.
Beauchamp Saw Shop
493-4904


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service Tree FCCPC OR CDA TEACHER:
d. Family ing applications for the new sch
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Learning Center, 3690 NW 1
RT SER- Chiefland, FL 32626. DFWP.
s, topsoil,
clearing. _______
) 463-6111 CDL DRIVERS: Business s5
Cross City. Good Class A'CDL
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years of age, 1 year OTR and d]
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Rental assistance available for ALL
taged in Qualified Applicants. HC/non-HC acces-
Driver's sible. 718 NE 7th Place #905, Trenton,
t least 25 FL 32693. Call 352-463-7106, TDD/TTY
ry tanker 711. Equal Housing Opportunity.
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HEALTH DEPARTMENT


H EA LTH "Providing Public Health Services Since 1946."

Well Child Visits & Newborn Care Family Planning Services
School & Sports Physicals School Health Services
for Children TB Testing
Communicable Disease Treatment & Prevention Environmental Health Services
Maternity Care By UF OB/GYN Pediatric Dental Services
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7030 NW 167th Place. Big lot, central
air, W&D hook-ups, small pets consid-
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References. Call Terrie 352-213-3444.
3 BR/1 BA BLOCK HOME in SW
Trenton. Central H/A. $700/month, first,
last, and security deposit. Call 352-493-
5252 or 352-514-4885.
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= Pine Estates-Trenton-each 80'xl00'-
water sewer paved street. Make an offer.
$5,000 obo / 2 lots. Call Jack 352-316-
3165.
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5 ACRES TRENTON: Beautifully
wooded. Just off SR-26. Owner financ-
ing. No down payment. $49,900, only
$513/mo. (352) 215-1018. www.Land-
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1 ACRE BELL AREA: Beautifully
wooded, high & dry. Owner financing.
No down payment. $9,900, only $102/
mo. (352) 215-1018. www.LandOwner-
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in downtown Trenton. Three buildings on
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4 killed in Dixie traffic accident


By John M Ayers
The driver and three passengers in
a single vehicle were killed Sunday
morning when they were traveling
south on US 19, an estimated two
miles south of Cross City, reported
Cpl Linda Albritton of the Florida
Highway Patrol.
Rayford Lee Enfinger, 51, Julius
Jeramia Micale, 35, Katie Rae
Enfinger, 15, and Levi Micale,
13, all of Cross City were killed
when the 1992 GMC pickup truck
they were riding in was hit at the
intersection of CR 55A and US 19.
Eddie Pinner Lazo, 35, of Cross


City was driving a 2001 Ford pickup,
northbound when he failed to stop
at the intersection of US 19 and CR
55A. The front of Lazo's truck struck
the right side of Enfinger's truck
as he was traveling in the outside
lane. Upon impact the two vehicles
traveled across US 19 onto the
grassy shoulder of the west bound
lane. Lazo's truck overturned onto
its roof partially ejecting the driver.
Enfinger's truck came to rest facing
south in the right-of-way.
FHP reported that the driver and
two passengers in the Enfinger vehicle
died at the scene of the tragedy. Katie


Enfinger was reported to have died
as she was being transported to a
hospital. The deceased driver was
reported to have been wearing
a safety belt at the time of the
accident.
Eddie Lazo was not wearing
a safety belt at the time of the
accident. On Monday he was in
critical condition in a Gainesville
hospital.
The investigation continues as
FWC determines whether alcohol
was a contributing factor in the
accident. Charges in this accident
are pending.


County will purchase



Bolton's barn catches fire thermal imaging equipment


By Megan E. Stalvey
On Monday, Aug. 12, at 3 p.m., a
call came in to the Gilchrist Sheriff's
Office about a structure fire off of
County Road 236.
The structure was a pole barn
owned by Joel and Andi Bolton, of
Bell.


Jack Bolton, Joel and Andi's son,
called his mother and told her. that the
bamrn was on fire, she then told him to
call 911.
Gilchrist County Fire Rescue was
able to put the fire out with one truck.
The fire was contained to the pole
bamrn and no one was hurt.


Chief Mitch Harrell said, "the
cause is under investigation and is
undetermined at this time."
There was no estimated damage
cost available at press time. The pole
barn had bent beams and girders and
is possibly no longer structurally
sound.


By John M Ayers
The Gilchrist County Commission
approved a recommendation to
purchase thermal imaging equipment
for Gilchrist County Fire Rescue
during the Commission's Monday,
Aug. 5th meeting.
Bobby Crosby, Gilchrist County
administrator asked the commission
to purchase this equipment at a
reduced rate of $8,118.97.
Mitch Harrell, Emergency
Operations chief, told the five
member board that this particular
thermal imaging unit has been used
as a demonstration unit by Gilchrist
Fire Rescue for over a month.
"This unit picks up heat images
from enclosed walls to determine if
the fire in a building is completely
out. This unit is very sensitive and it
is simple to operate," Chief Harrell


explained.
The commission asked the chief
if this equipment would be assigned
to a truck to be dispatched to a
fire. Chief Harrell explained that it
would be assigned to a unit from the
Emergency Operations Center.
Crosby reported that three fire
departments in the county currently
have this equipment. The City of
Trenton Fire Service, City of Fanning
Springs Fire Service and Spring Ridge
Fire Service have this equipment
on their trucks. Commissioner D.
Ray Harrison, Jr. made a motion
to purchase the equipment at the
recommended price of $8,118.97 from
Hallmark Inc. Commissioner John
Rance Thomaswas in agreement and
supported the motion with a second.
The board approved the purchase by
a unanimous vote.


In other business: The commission
discussed the cracks in the
archway roof entering the Gilchrist
Commission Meeting Facility.
"We are going'to have to do
something to repair the cracks in the
building," explained Commissioner
Todd Gray, a licensed commercial
contractor.
Gilchrist County received a
quote of $1500 to $2500 from a
.structural engineer to give the county
information about the extent of the
problems and if the cracks need
immediate attention. A motion was
made by Todd Gray and a second
from Commissioner John Rance
Thomas to approve having an
engineer provide the county with
information involving the cracks
in the structure. The board voted in
favor of this action.


Dixie Music Center


offers free restring


on Saturday
Submitted Next thing we know, he's back with
Dixie Music Center will be holding three full bags from Hitchcocks! We
a "Customer Appreciation Day" on also had several friends who read
Saturday, Aug. 17. The store, in con- about the event and just stopped by
junction with Dean Markley Strings, to drop off food. It was wonderful!"
is offering to change the strings on There are some conditions for the
a customer's guitar, with no charge free restoring, including: offer is lim-
for the strings or for the installation! ited to one per customer; guitar must
This service will be provided on the be a steel-string electric, acoustic, or
spot while the customer waits. There acoustic-electric six-string; and gui-
are some "strings attached", though, tar must be in good working condi-
Customers are asked to bring a non- tion. No Floyd Rose-type tremelo
perishable food item (or three) that guitars, please. Customers must stay
will be donated to a local charity with their instrument before and dur-
for the less fortunate. Dixie Music ing the free service. This offer may
Center has been an authorized dealer be limited to the first fifty partici-
for Dean Markley strings since they pants. The store will also be offer-
opened their doors in 1991.. ing complimentary hot dogs and so-
When the store held their first "Ap- das for customers during the event.
preciation Day" a couple of years Dixie Music will open at 9,00 a.m.,
ago, store manager Dotti Leichner on that day, with the restringing be-
thought it would be a good idea to ginning at 10:00 a.m. For complete
make it a food collection eyent, just details and conditions of qualifying
as they have always done for their an- guitars, please check the store's page
nual Christmas'concerts. "The last re- on Facebook (facebook.com/dixie-'
string far exceeded our expectations, musiccenter) or call the store at (352)
considering the amount of guitars we 542-3001.
did. One customer was so impressed Dixie Music Center is located at
with the quality of work on his instru- 26626 SE 19 Highway in Old Town,
ment that he asked where the tip jar across from the weigh station, and
was," recalled Dotti. "Bob told him is owned and operated by Bob and
just to 'get some more groceries.' Doti Leichner of Old Town.


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The family of Mrs. Iris Roberts
would like to express their apprecia-
tion to everyone that helped make her
100th birthday party a joyous occa-
sion.
Thank you to all the friends and
family who gathered together to cel-
ebrate this tremendous milestone in
her life. A special thanks to Jo Buck-
les and her wonderful staff at Ayers
Health and Rehabilitation Center
for providing an impeccable setting
and outstanding service for the cel-
ebration. We would like to extend a
thank-you to the Bell Library ladies
and others for providing food and re-
freshments for the party and a warm
thanks to our Bell Town Council for
providing the beautiful floral cen-
terpiece for the party and the deli-
cious birthday cake, made by Mrs.
Linda Bell, which was enjoyed by
everyone. Special appreciation to
the Philman Family Band for keep-
ing everyone singing and entertained
with their music, even in light of their
family member, Mr. Amos Philman's
passing. Our family continues to
keep them in our prayers. Overall, so
many came together to help make this
celebration possible, far too many to
mention individually however this
wonderful celebration would not have
been possible without everyone's
hard work, dedication, and generos-
ity. We came together to celebrate a
beautiful life of an amazing lady who
has given so much to this community
and our heartfelt thanks to the com-
munity is sincerely given for making
this 100th birthday celebration won-
derfully special.
Mrs. Iris appreciates very much the
kind expressions of love she received
from everyone. She says now we
need to start thinking about 101.
May God bless you all,
The Iris Roberts Family


Fall at the

Ranch

benefit is

October 19

On Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013, grab
your boots, chaps and cowboy hats
and mosey on over to the exclusive
Rock Bluff Ranch in Bell. The event
will start at 5:30 p.m. and benefits
Haven Hospice.
Spend the evening enjoying food
and drink, live music and fundraising
to benefit unreimbursed patient
care, grief support and community
education programs at Haven Hospice
of the Tri-Counties.
For more information about the
event, to become a sponsor, to be an
auction donor or to purchase a ticket
($75 per person), please contact
Haven Hospice at (352) 271-4665 or
email smbrod@havenhospice.org


DOH urges residents to

take precautions to prevent



mosquito-borne illnesses


Submitted
Due to the heavy rainfall and iso-
lated flooding throughout the state
this summer, the Florida Depart-
ment of Health (DOH) emphasizes
the importance of residents and visi-
tors protecting themselves against
mosquito-borne diseases. To prevent
mosquitoes from living and multiply-

John Hance

O'Steen Camp

#770 to hold

camp meeting

August 20
Submitted
The John Hance O'Steen Camp
#770, Sons of Confederate Veterans
monthly Camp meeting will be Tues-
day, Aug. 20, 2013, at 7:00 p.m., at
the Bell Community Center on Main
Street in Bell.
Our speaker will be Bob Grenier
from Tavares. Compatriot Grenier
will be presenting his latest book,
an inspiring novel of courage' and
faith, set in the Florida frontier of the
1800s.
The meeting is open to all who are
interested in the War Between the
States. For further information, call
Camp Commander Clement Lindsay
at (352) 472-0047 or AdjutantArchie
Matthews at (386) 462-3016.

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ing around your home or business,
individuals should remember to drain
and cover.
DRAIN standing water:
Drain water from garbage cans,
buckets, pool covers, coolers, toys,
flowerpots or any other containers
where sprinkler or rainwater has col-
lected.
Discard old tires, drums, bottles,
cans, pots and pans, broken appli-
ances and other items that aren't be-
ing used.
Empty and clean birdbaths and
pets' water bowls at least once or
twice a week.
Protect boats and vehicles from
rain with tarps that don't accumulate
water.
Maintain swimming pools in good
condition and appropriately chlori-
nated. Empty plastic swimming pools
when not in use.
COVER your skin with:
Clothing If you must be outside
when mosquitoes are active, cover
up. Wear shoes, socks, long pants and
long sleeves.
Repellent Apply mosquito repel-
lent to bare skin and clothing. Always
use repellents according to the label.
Repellents with 10-30 percent DEET,
picaridin, oil of lemon eucalyptus and


IR3535 are effective.
Use mosquito netting to protect
children younger than 2 months old.
COVER doors and windows with
screens:
Keep mosquitoes out of your
house. Repair broken screening on
windows, doors, porches and patios.
Symptoms of West Nile virus and
other mosquito-borne illnesses may
include headache, fever, fatigue, diz-
ziness, and confusion. For informa-
tion on mosquito-borne illnesses, vis-
it our Environmental Health website
http://www.doh.state.fl.us/Environ-
ment/medicine/arboviral/info_links_
general.htm or call your local county
health department.
Read Healthy Florida Summer
Series: Winning the Battle Against
Mosquitoes This Summer- Five Sim-
ple Tips fl.us/2013/04/26/4875/>.
DOH protects, promotes and im-
proves the health of all people in
Florida through integrated state,
county and community efforts.
Follow us on Twitter at @Healthy-
Fla and on Facebook. For news sto-
ry ideas, interviews, videos and -more
from DOH Communications visit
the DOH Online Newsroom- http://
newsroom.doh.state.fl.us/f.


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