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School enrollment numbers are in
p By Carrie A. Mizell school year, with a slight increase in students enrolled in the four schools School has 496 students enrolled.
Gilchrist County Superintendent the number of students at Trenton that make up the Gilchrist County Trenton High School has 631 of Schools, Rob Rankin said on High School. School District. students and Bell High School .has
GIRT Monday that overall, enrollment has According to data released by the Trenton Elementary School has 677 students enrolled for the 2013-4
remained the same from the 2012-13 District, there are currently 2,554 750 students, while Bell Elementary school year.

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Suwannee, Santa Fe

expected to flood

By David Peaton the Santa Fe River and Suwannee For more information on river
Emergency Management Director River to dramatically rise over the flood levels please visit the National
Gilchrist- County Emergency next few days and could lead to minor Weather Service website at www. Management would like to inform all to moderate flooding especially areas, or the Suwannee residents, who have interests near the around the Santa Fe River, near Three River Water Management District Santa Fe River and Suwannee River, Rivers Estates. website at http://www.srwmd.state.
that the National Weather Service has Citizens are urged to take all Citizens may also call the placed Gilchrist County under a flood necessary precautions to protect Suwannee River Water Management warning, effective Tuesday, Aug. 27, property from rising flood waters and District's automated line at 1-800and continuing until cancelled. to make arrangements now, should 604-2272. Anyone who experiences High amounts of rainfall over the access to roads become impassable a true emergency is asked to please last few weeks are expected to cause due to flooding, call 911.


Everritt and Belinda Heaton are shown with their children, Braylyn and Kendon.

Father and son preach

Styles differ, but the message is the same
By Carrie A. Mizell me to stay." to have, a young heart in Everritt,
It's been a summer of transition At the time, Everritt's wife, Belinda who has spent many hours looking at Trenton Church of Christ. was teaching at Trenton Elementary through the key hole of wisdom After nearly 20 years, Kent School, where their children Braylyn, to help build up and exhort the Heaton stepped down as preacher 6, and Kendon, 4, attend school. wonderful family at the Trenton on July 28, leaving his congregation As a "preacher's kid Everritt Church of Christ. in 'the capable hands of his son, said he was exposed to the life of a "Guided by seven shepherds Everritt Heaton. preacher on a daily basis and therefore and the edification of its members,
Everritt had been preaching had a basic knowledge of what being Trenton church will grow in spirit alongside his father at Trenton a preacher would be like. However, and number as Everritt lends his ChurchofChristsincethebeginning if a situation comes up that he isn't spirit of enthusiasm," Kent said. of 2013, having completed a two- familiar with, Everritt says he can "Everritt and Belinda bring a fresh year preacher training/internship always call his dad for advice, and appeal to the church with love program. chances are good that it's something and concern for others-a servant's
'Rtent living at 7777 SE 11th Terraceare having to travel to and from their home by boat due to "I would have never thought in he has dealt with numerous times. heart."
flooding. This home is located in the Oak Hollow North subdivision, which is just east of the Trenton Post a thousand years that I would have "My dad has a lot of wisdom, "In my parting words, I assured. Office, .. been preaching," Everritt said. insight and perspective that he's still the brethren that while our lives
Offic._ "It even caught my dad off guard teaching me every day," Everritt will always be mingled together in
when I told him." said. the many memories shared over the
i' 1 t.,+U7 .y 1 A -After graduating from Trenton Only now, Kent's teaching comes past three decades that wonderful
C High School in 2003, Everritt from Valdosta, Georgia, where he is things will continue to happen as
C o- u n tL y o in ci. l L d O c t. attended Florida College, inTemple preaching at North Valdosta Church Everritt proclaims the good news
Terrace, Florida, for a year before of Christ. Everritt said his father's of Jesus Christ," Kent said. "It returning to Gilchrist County. At decision to leave Trenton Church is our prayer the community in the time, Everritt recalls having no of Christ was one of the hardest Trenton will recognize the humility a 'idea what he wanted to do with his ones he's ever had to make, but of Everritt's work as he works with
life. He worked several different after nearly 20 years, he felt like he the Trenton Church of Christ as an
By John M Ayers .. jobs, including a stint at Tractor was needed elsewhere and he was evangelist. As with Karen and I,
The Gilchrist County Commission- ..Supply, and began volunteering leaving Trenton Church of Christ he and Belinda will experience the
ers agreed to set-the third Saturday of with the local fire department at at a good place and in solid hands. memories of Trenton that will last
October as "Agriculture Day" in Gil- the urging of his friend, Kevin The church grew tremendously in a lifetime."
christ County. Benson. size and maturity with Kent Heaton Everritt Heaton would like to
Karen Jones, a Gilchrist County In January of 2006, Everritt as preacher. According to Everritt, invite the'.community to worship
Chamber of Commerce director ad- ~ .married Belinda (Foley) Heaton. it is Kent's hope that he can act as at Trenton Church of Christ, which
dressed the Commission on Monday, He went to Lake City Community Nehemiah did, and build the walls up is located at 502 NE 7th Street,
Aug. 12, to seek the county's sup- College for EMT training and took .at North Valdosta Church of Christ. in Trenton. Services are held on
.port for'an inaugural event to honor fire training classes in Gilchrist "Having Everritt continue the work Sunday momings at 9:30 for classes
all agricultural producers in Gilchrist ~ ,,.County. Several years were spent of preaching the gospel in a place I and 10:30 for worship. Evening
County. with the Trenton Fire Department, first began preaching 32 years ago worship times are Sundays at 5
: Jones explained that on Saturday, Levy County, and Gilchrist County, and now building up the work 'after p.m. and Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 19, the Chamber of Commerce before Everritt decided it was time a labor of nearly 20
will hold a "Skeet and Eat" at the for a change. He Considered a years, warms the .'Gilchrist Club, which is located off career in law enforcement and had heart of his momn
SR 47. even put in several applications, and I," Kent said. "It
when on a visit to Alabama, in is a special privilege
"2011 *Everritt decided to become to have both of
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I $100 per person. made a motion to adopt a proclama- Alabama. On the drive home from the Lord and a love
Participants will have an oppor- tion identifying the third Saturday in AlbmEerttredtligfrpol. tunity to shoot sporting clays at the October as "Agriculture Day" in Gil- with his wife, Belinda, about With a ,f
~ 8eIO19 J44J target range and enjoy lunch at the christ County. Commissioner Todd possibly becoming a preacher and congregation of 180
Auus 2,03Gilchrist Club. Gray agreed to the event as he gave within two hours, the decision was members, Trenton
Ags29203In asking for the Commission's a second to the motion. .md.Church of Christ ..
~~~~~~support, Jones said that "Agriculture Mrs. Jones asked the Commission m tt hr a sgoig n
Day" in Gilchrist County would be- to identify the colors of green, yel- A h aetm hr a sgoig n
Come larger than any event held in low and sun red to be associated with spot open in his father's two-year that excites its new
Gilcris Contyin he pst.theprolamtion Th Comision preacher internship program, so preacher, who said "Tlhrist onyi h at te poltio n Then aomsso Everritt began his training. Having his congregation
-O Thswill be held annually tre-agreed support the entwith a made the decision to become a is like a family
o,. o gnize all of the agriculture .produc- unanimous vote, preacher, Everritt knew that his made up of diverse,
-r z rTra -' -j ac'son arre tedfamily would most likely have to broken people who,
Fr z e ,J c so r e t move away from Gilchrist County, are trying to grow
they sold their home in the together tobe more'
Sfor possession of cai eSchofield subdivision. Just before like Chri'st.
-- umitdi vhcenarteitrscino members of the Trenton Church of. to have a great
Submtte in veicl nea th inersetio of Christ went to elders within the group of people
W On Friday, deputies from the NW 70th Avenue and NW 32nd Place church and said they did not want who want to help
Gilchrist County Sheriff's Office where the vehicle, driven by Jackson, Everritt to leave, so the brethren with food, finances,
-_1 conducted an investigation had been observed committing a made the decision to have two full or manual labor,
o tI concerning illegal drug use, and sale traffic violation. A search of the time preachers on staff, Kent and whatever the need
i w and possession of illegal narcotics. vehicle led to the illegal narcotics Everritt Heaton. is," Everritt said.
z- Ci ...j Roman A. Frazier, of Gainesville, being found and the arrest of both "On one hand the thought of "I have gotten a
< 5 t and Christopher B. -Jackson, of subjects. moving away is exciting," Everritt tremendous amount
z - I Trenton, were taken into custody and Frazier and Jackson were said. "But my family is established of support."
t z arrested for Possession of Cocaine transported from the scene of the here. We were fully prepared to According to
r. and Possession of a Controlled traffic stop and booked into the move away, so it was a pleasant Everritt's father,
IL"-t. (I) C. Substance. Gilchrist County Jail without further surprise that my brethren wanted the church is blessed Karen and Kent Heaton
Frazier and Jackson were stopped incident.


*FiS1)11)) I B IQ )II
i Bee's 4-;or friends are invited to attend. For Suwannee _a .,eyllev
Busy Bee's 4-H more information please call Virginia
Club will m eet Lewis at (352) 5282310 Players to hold
-0-. Saturday Breast Cancer auditions ",
The first meeting of the Busy Bee's Awareness Submitted
*.-Petei Pan by J.M. Barrie will be 4-H Club will be Saturday, Sept 7, e
from 9 a.m. to noon, at the 4-H Club- coming to the Chief Theatre, home of
the Suwannee Valley Players!
ehe entn The 13th Annual Breast Cancer "The everlasting classic account of
We have lots of exciting activities Awareness Trail Ride will be held at two boys and a girl who follow Pe planned for the year.
plWe encourage boysar the Tidewater Trailhead, on Highway ter Pan and the invisible fairy, Tinker
5 We enco e and irls, aes 337, in the Goethe State Forest of Bell, into Never Land, where children
s are als to 18, to come and join us. Par- Levy County. never grow old and where Captain
eents are also welcome to come and Trail ride, poker ride, fun raffles, Hook and his pirates are outwitted." H apply 88th see what your 4-H'ers are doing this dress-up horse and rider contest, and This is the original "Peter Pan"
rWe are looking forward to seeing lunch, with all proceeds going to ben- written by J.M. Barrie in 1904, later irthday! Trenton Rotarian Bill Cummings is shown presenting a Providen- We relgorwar losing efit local breast cancer patients. rewritten in novel form. B
comg Registration is $25 per rider, in- It was originally performed by
outback and meeting our new 4-H'ers. cludes lunch, or $6 for lunch non- adults for an all ages audience. We Vernon Layfield, a resident of AyPhoto by Bill Killborn. For more information please call rider. want to do the same and therefore ers Health & Rehabilitation Ce{
Ms. Anna at (352) 214-4807, or Mr. For more information email us at are looking for adults, ages 18 and ter, celebrated his 88th birthday Chris at the extension office (352) or visit www. above. Auditions will be on Saturday, on Saturday, Aug. 24. He enjoyed 4633174. Sept. 14, at 10:00 a.m.
Performances will be December 6_ a ,meal and getting to visit with
foreign Rotary flag Healthy Start 8, and 13-15. his wife, brother and sister, as
Childbirth and Poker Run Please contact director Leo Ver- well as many other family menformitte i haeren at (352) 278-1380, or by e- bears. Nowadays he enjoys sitting
Trenton Rotarian Billbenefit lane mailing, on thefont porch at the sing
rviencia Rotary Cummings presented a visiting Rotary Flag from Bor call (352) 493-ARTS. home and visiting with people as
Providenciales Rotary Club to Trenton Rotary President Theresa Sapp. is -,1- The third annual "Hutch" Hutchin- Please Visit Otr webpage at 5V comb
Cummings made this presentation during the Monday, Aug. 26, Tren- Cl.ass isSept. 12 son's Legacy Poker Run will benefit or follow us on Faceton Rotary Club luncheon meeting. the Haven Hospice Tri-Counties Care book!
The Providenciales is the largest island by population in the Turks and By Holly Bryant, Healthy Start Center in Chiefland._ _"_'
Caicos Islands in the Caribbean. It is a Rotary International custom, when Healthy Start and Childhood De- This event will be on Saturday,-J a-a4
visiting a distant Rotary Club, to obtain a flag and bring it back to the velopment Services, Inc., will be Sept. 14, with registration at 9:30 M marriage home club. Photo submitted by Bill Killborn hosting a Childbirth and Breastfeed- a.m. and 10:00 a.m. Happy Birthday wishes to Chloe
ing Education Class on Thursday, Riders will begin the run at the Ha- applications Pick on August 29th; Terri ThompSept. 12, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., in the ven Hospice Attic Resale Store, 311 '' kins on August 30th; Renee Brown,
Healthy Start office at 225 SW 1st NE 9th Street, in Chiefland with stops filed in G ilchrist Pat Schubert, Jason Waters, Tiffany
11I~dW/~ Ave., Trenton. along the way at Jamerson-Sheffield Smith, and Mevalee Philman on AuThe class is free for all who at- American Legion Post 91 in Bell, Keg Jose Pablo Garcia-Lopez, 23, and gust 31st; Dale Pinky Jones, Emily Mn tend. Room in Brandford, Hammerheads in Maidi Carmen Alvarado-Roblero, Quincey, and Shanann Cannon on
Please call (352) 463-6252 to Live Oak, Phish Heads in Lake City, 24, both of Lacrosse. September 1st; Doug Beach, Albert
Cancelled The Bob Pridgeon Family will be reserve your spot and to ensure Great Outdoors Restaurant in High Bruce Leonard Athans, 66, and Elmore, Gwen C. Clifton, and Caleb
Chodig itsruio onSatuam y, Sep enough materials are available for Springs, McKenzie's Four Corners Nannette Fay Bunce, 65, both of Rodriquez on September 2nd; Myles ThelMatthewsReunionschduh Ht Sr Pa everyone. One lucky attendee will in Bronson and the Gathering Table Bell. Bradley, Gary Templeton, Stanley
The Matthews Reunion, scheduled 21, at the Hart Springs Pavilion A. receive a Pack 'N Play! Restaurant in Chiefland. The ride Matthew Jordan Cruse, 22, and Trumpp, Javan Grant, and Brent Owfor September 2, 2013, has been post- Lunch will be at noon. Hope to see
poned to Labor Day 2014. you there! will finish up at the South Chiefland Larah Kady James, 20, both of Bell. ens on September 3rd; Carl Rehberg
This year's reunion was to be held Trenton Senior Shopping Plaza, 206 N. Main Street, and Ted Vernon on September 4th.,
at Hart Springs, but has been can- with an after-party starting at 3 p.m. Happy Anniversary wishes to Jercele duto fing buthasben Roberts Reunion Center Participants will collect cards emy and Monica Caraway on August
celled due to flooding. Center offerorsecacet i 9t; r.D ayHrio
Looking forward to seeing every- The Roberts family reunion will along the way for the chance to win 29th; Mr. and Mrs. D. Ray Harrison
one next year. be held Saturday, Aug. 31, at the Bell free classes best and worst poker hands. Best on August 30th; James and Natalie
hand wins a three-night cabin stay at Kitlen on September 1st; Ralph and
Community Center. to Armilla Sims and Mr. and Mrs. Ron
Lunch will be served at noon. Monday and Wednesdays, 915 the Blue Ridge Motorcycle Camp-S e
Please bring your favorite covered a.m. to 10:15 a.m., Core Exercise and ground. There will also be prize Bivens on September 3rd.
Theorbin FayReunion leaises. bringYoga with Felice drawings, a 50/50 drawing and live
The Corbin Family Reunion will dishes. ZCCCl 325497'
be held on Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013, Paper goods will be provided. Mondays and Wednesdays, 10:30 music. The cost is $15 for drivers and
at Hat to 11:30 am., Zumba Gold with $5 for each passenger or each addiat Hart Springs, Bell. dayandwe Sarah Beth. tional hand. For one additional hand,
w eThe reunion will be all day and we M a i g fl d Mondays, 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m., you can bring a donation to the Hawill be eating at 1 p.m. Please bring a M a r a e iieu Crocheting. yen Hospice Attic Resale store. O 8[
covered dish. i Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10:00 If you are not a motorcycle rider,
Call, Tracy Ridgeway (352) 222- in. 7i- c ri st a.m. to 11:00 a.m., Tai Chi. but still want to join the fun, you can ,-, "I
2218 or Faye Richardson (904) 237- Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1:00 p.m. register to drive your car to each of ETA L ROOF IN G L L C
3866. County to 3:00 p.m., Cards. the stops to claim your cards and
Other Activities build your poker hand.
BHS Class of 1952 Jessie Daniel Miller, 35, and Jes- Fridays, 10:00 a.m. to 11:45 a.m., For more information, contact
sica Lynn Anderson, 22, both of Bingo, except the first Friday of the Brad Groom at (352) 949-1330 or Reunion Newberry, were married on August month because of the bus that leaves
17, 2013, by Claire M. Wood, notary to WalMart at 9:50 a.m. and the last,
Bell High School's "Class of 1952", public. Friday because that's when we cel- Author will hold We Install All Types of Roofs
will hold it's reunion on August 31, at Michael James Bohannon, II, 23, ebrate birthdays. We Install Seamless Gutters
5:30 p.m., at Akins in Bell. and Ashley Elizabeth McDaniel, 21, Call the Senior Center for more in- book signing on
Everybody is welcome to attend. both of High Springs, were married formation at (352) 463-1895. For more information please call Ma- on June 22,2013, by Robert Troy Ru- Septem ber 7
reBunkleyat(386) 935-0419. more, Pastor. Join Gilchrist Author TheamaBailes will hold F orever F low ers & Gifts

County Cub book signing event on September 7,
2013 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
I4 F R I EEn Bailes, a resident of McAlpin, will "Your Full Service Florist"
available to sign copies of her 721 East Wade Street Trenton, Florida 32693
Scout Pack 406 is inviting you and book, Asia and Hooper at the Where
your son to join Cub Scouting. In Tales. Meet Trails Book Fair, being .;
Cub Scouts, your son will have lots tfeld at River Rise Preserve State ; cor
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Ql i i 1 94I n. of fun, learn new things and make Park, at 410 SE O'Leno Park Road in -, - -w - -v- --P friends. But Cub Scouts is much High Springs.
more than that; it is fun with a pur- In Asia and Hooper, when Asia,
pose. .the beautiful butterfly, breaks her3 54 69 1 7
p ete Plum[bing ServicS Scouting is a family oriented erga- wing, she wonders if she'll ever flyi
Drai Clanig *Watr Hate Reair & nstllaion .ship, communication skills and good pected stranger restore her hope? A~s
*New Construction Remodeling o citizenship. Siblings Welcome! the stranger becomes a friend, you'll Or Toll Free 1-866-261-7986
Service Work Complete Line of Plumbing Fixtures There will be a 2013 Scout Round- learn how friends are everywhere and
Seer eparAailbleup for any boy in grades one through can help us through all kinds of situState Certified #CFC057595.*Fully Licensed&lInsured five, at the Trenton Elementary ations. Find out what happens in asia v isa i M-F 9a 5p
School Cafeteria, Thursday, Sept. 5, and Hopper! TeeloadSa.9m 5 1pm
}4 ,.' ____________________ at 6:30 p.m., or at the Bell Elementary For more information, contact
School Cafeteria, on Thursday, Sept. (877) 727-0697 or Michelle WhitS;: !I +: I5, at 6:00 p.m. The cost is $21.25. man at Laltra Teague/C'harlotte Pedersen Owners
S? i Every boy who signs up and pays _________________________! the night of round up receives a free
Cub Scout Handbook.
"Tri-County's Premier Plumbing Contractors" For more information feel free to
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Gilchrist County Journal Williston Rotary Recycling Department
USPS-218-620 5K fundraiser will be closed for the Labor Day Holiday
IN GILCHRIST COUNTY, 207 N. MAIN The Williston Rotary Club will on M n aSept. 2, 20 3
TRENTON, FLORIDA sponsor a 5K run and a one mile fun
Les ha 7% dvrtsig unwakSauray Ot.5,beinin T EMOBILE TRUCK WILL BE AT THE CRUSE
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et. nddeet aypat r eae u i is ntreyThe entry fee is $25 prior to Sep- VO I G PRECINCT ON TUESDAy, S P .3
if we judge such to be offensive. ebr2,adwl nld cm
SUSCIPIN ATSmemorative T-shirt. Participants may If you have any questions, please call 463-31 85.
$22.00 A Year In Tri-County Area register after that date for $30, but T$28.00 All Other Areas In Florida $32 Out Of State shirts are not guaranteed.
Proceeds from the run will benefit 1 1
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Bell man arrested, charged with

robbing La Reina Mexican Store

~ A23-yearhas been arrested and-.
charged with
Armed Rob* ~ ; bery with a -"2V '
Firearm, and i 1
Grand Theft

"Happiness is homemade." When making dough, shorteningBelsoe
-~Unknown will make dough lighter and fluffier J 0 s h u a Joshua Spirit l
The angel biscuit recipe was one of while butter will give the dough moreRobert
the first I tried when I was newly mar- flavor. Spirit, 23, of Bell, was arrested at the ~
ried, a very, very long time ago. Re- Brushing unbaked rolls with butter Gilchrist County Courthouse without cently, I ran across the recipe I used before they rise will result in a softer incident on an unrelated court ap- F
some 34 years ago. This recipe was topped roll while brushing rolls with pearance. 5~2K J 1 i
very easy to make and it turned out olive oil will make the tops crispy. Spirit allegedly robbed, at gunwell so I made it many times during Be sure to check the dates on the point, the La Reina Mexican Store,the next couple of years. I tested the yeast, flour, baking soda and baking located at 1190 S. Main Street in Bell !I to*p ~
old recipe again over the weekend, powder before making any baked on August 3. An undisclosed amount
using White Lily self-rising flour and good. of money was taken.m .
whole buttermilk. This recipe just Make sure the water that yeast is During the course of the investigagoes to show that sometimes the old dissolved in is not too hot. It should tion the lone suspect, Joshua Spirit, recipes are still the best. be warm between 100-115 degrees. was identified.Z
For the past year or so I have been If the water is too hot it will kill the Agents from the U.S. Marshals buying older cookbooks at used yeast and the dough will not rise. Florida Regional Task Force, along
bookstores. I have found some really ,,- ~with investigators from the Gilchrist
good recipe books for only a dollar _16y9C' U61 C(1 County Sheriff's Office, combined
or so. I really like to find church or efforts during the investigation that
community organization cookbooks '5 cups self-rising flour ultimately led to the arrest of Spirit;,
where each recipe is submitted by a 1/4 cup sugar Spirit is currently being held in the
individual with their name printed 3/4 cup Crisco shortening Gilchrist County Jail on $250,000.
right beside the recipe. I'm pretty 2 cups buttermilk, room tempera- bond. sure the women only submitted their ture
yery best recipes to support their club 1 package dry yeastC on y apve
or church, which in most cases was 1/4 cup warm water
near a'hd dear to their hearts. In a small bowl dissolve yeast inI
with yeast. Young cooks are often put sugar from the V4 cup sugar and add I1 off by a recipe. that uses yeast, but it it to the yeast water and let stand for
should help anyone whohas not used stir then set aside. Sift flour and then .$5 ~wi eof
areast otg hrd.ip Thefolloin tis5mnte.Adtegutrikadr
a eatdoghrcie eor.measure. Add the rest of the sgr-BJonMAesIn other business conducted by the When making dough make sure all and sift again into mixer bowl. Add The Jo hn s Cont ComsinyoreavdPros icns on
the cold ingredients, such as milk, the shortening and beat on low speedwarentygvnifmton ntyE recyM aeetDrco,
eggs, or butter, are at room tempera- until it is mixed with. flour, then addGicrsConyEegcyMd-eptdtohebadhtaCPcls fure. the buttermilk/yeast mixture and beatGicrsConyEegny edi eptdtohebadhtaCRcls
Be ureto et he oug rie utilon ow nti al isincrpoate* Service (EMS) uncollected debts will be taught at the Gilchrist County
Be ureto etthedouh iseuntl o lw utilal isincrpoatd w 1.for the second quarter of 2013. Emergency Operations Center in the
double in bulk, which will take one Cover bowl with plastic wrap andBob.Csy, ilhtCuny eaftr.
hour or maybe more. When letting place in refrigerator over night. Use distaorptethEM un Tiscsswlbeagtato
yeast dough rise, you need to set it in about one third of the dough at a time aoltdmitaornt re or the eSon-d c lass willr bettuht aeietsno
a warm place.. I usually put mine in for a family of four. Place dough on a quarcoleted o un13tsote second.0. charge of $5Gilcis Cont esidtens
the oven and turn on the oven light, well floured counter. And knead light- C h a g e coin SfoI1 Il)r quater of21Harled $55,070.60 Aont chidaglf w ill b aid rifyn then
-which seems to be just warm enough ly 4-5 times. Roll dough to 1/2 to 3/4 0MthHrel icrs onydvda at adcriyn h
to make the dough rise well. Some inch thickness and cut with a biscuit l1 T lEmergency Operations Chief, report- completion of the course study.
People put their dough in the warm cutter into 2 16 inch biscuits. Place I i I1 r r T 'ba cy 3.ed to the Commission that GCEMS Commissioner Kenrick Thomas
car to let it rise. in a greased 9x13 pan. Brush top of .L J LL LyU receipts in the second quarter totaled made a motion to approve the class 4
*If you do not have a biscuit cutter, rolls with melted butter and let rise in just under $300,000. being taught to the public, in the
a drinking glass works well. Just be warm spot for 30 minutes. Then bake Submitted check out more. The EMS accounting department.' EOC, by David Peaton. Commissure to flour the edge of the glass be- at 4000 for about 10-12 minutes, tops Beginning on October 1, business Also, patrons will only be allowed identified $46,216.79 that were turned signer John Rance Thomas agreed fore cutting. Re-flour the glass edge should be golden brown. This dough will no longer be conducted as usual to check out items using their own Ii- over to account collectors, $1,875.36 and gave a second to the motion bebetween each cut. will last for several days. In fact, it at Bell Library. In order to maintain brary card, not a child's card or other was identified as service rendered to fore the board vote 5-0 in favor of
Use a glass bowl or metal bowl to makes better biscuits after it has set the library's supply of resources family member's card. inmates in the Gilchrist County Jail, this program.
',let your dough rise in. Plastic bowls in the fridge for 24 hours. and better manage daily operations, Local residents are asked to look $6,187.77 was identified as patients _____________'do not work as well for rising dough. changes will go into effect so Bell around their homes and see if items that have deceased, $643.73 was
Library volunteers can continue to belonging to Bell Library can be lo- identified as errors in billing, and Gilchrist County Journal
p 9 serve the community for' years to cated and returned as soon as pos- $146.95 in accounts which have filed
Effective October 1, 2013, pa- According to Betty Ramey, Bell The Commission approved the
trons must show their library cards to Library has a lot of really good pa- wnite-offs for the second quarter of 463-7393 check-out resources. The library has trons, who are great about returning 20 12-13 by a unanimous vote._____________200 library cards that were applied items they~ check out, but there ar FULL SERVICE for but never picked up. a few who come in and check out
AU O E AIR & A NT NA CEAcodigto Mary Hagan and books, videos and DVDS, typicallyAU O EP IR & MA NT NA C Betty'Ramey, Bell Library manage- the most popular ones, and never re* TIRES *ALIGNMENTS ment is working to update records turn them. Library management calls GTRA
BRAKES *AIR CONDITIONIN IG and setting up a more reliable system, the phone number listed to find out
so patrons are asked to stop by 'Bell why the items have not been returned A TRANSMISSION FLUSH FUEL INJECTION FLUSH Library and update their information and typically the phone-line has been 1 0T IN S U R A N C
COMPUTER DIAGNOSTICS COOLING SYSTEM FLUSH (name, address, phone number, etc.) disconnected, or it is no longer a
Library cards that have not been up- working number.
PAdated will be put in a hold file, and "It is way out of hand," Ramey FROMV A LOCAL AuGuII:!
4 3- 079~ Ithose cardholders will not be able said.
4 6 3 0 7 9to check out items until they update The Bell Library will be open on
-with current information. Saturdays during the month of ,Sep-

Basecamp Global LLC to River- H. Gordon Minto Master Trust,
La d Tn walk Partners LLP, warranty deed, Gloria Richards Minto, H. Gordon
$56,900.00, See Legal Description at Minto, and H. Gordon Minto Trustee Steven Waddell to PHH Mort- Clerk of Court's Office. to Gloria Richards Minto and H. Gorage Corporation, certificate of ti- Fort Fanning LLC to Wade Cus- don Minto, quit claim deed, $10.00, tle, $100.00, Lot 4 Block 2 Trenton tom Homes Inc, warranty deed, 3-8-14. Original Survey, 161015-00480002- $25,250.00, 201014-03170000-1200. Countryside Development INC Fort Fanning LLC to Villasis LLC, FKA TFB Properties to Ronald Mt. Barbara T. Ross Trust, Barbara T. $50,500.00, 201014-03170000-1260 Stein, warranty deed, $10.00, Lot Ross Trustee, and Barbara T. Ross AND 201014-03510000-0500. to Daniel J. Vershay, warranty deed, David B. Camp to Riverwalk Part- Court's Office. .... -$173,000.00, Lot 11 Hickory Bluffs ners LLP, warranty deed, $28,450.00, Lonny H. Maston to Lonny H.
36-08-16. 201014-03020000-0140 AND Maston. warranty deed, $10.00, 19. Diane Shank and Eugene Shank 201014-02020000-0150. 8-15-0000-0011-0000.
to John A. Leonard, warranty deed, George C. Hastie and Nancy Hastie Shawn p Patacsil AKA Shawn $50,000.00, 19-7-16. to George C. Hastie, quit claim deed, Patascil AKA Shawn Patacsil, and
Diane Shank and Eugene C. Shank $10.00, 03-10-16-0053-0020-000. Patricia Rhinesmith to Matawin to John A. Leonard, quit claim deed, Henry T. Gonzales to Linda H. Ventures Trust and Kondaur Capital $11.00, 19-7-16. Douglas and Richard D. Douglas, Corporation Trustee, deed in lieu of
Robert Van Hagan, Robert Van warranty deed, $25,000.00, Lot 57 foreclosure, $362,227.50, 13-08-16 Hagan trustee, Robert Van Hangan, Ayers Estates. 0000-0002-0020.
Jr., Trustee, Dennis Mcgee, Shakima
McGee, Helen D. Scott, and Todd
Newton Clerk of Court to Taylor www.gilchristschools.schoolfus ion. us
Brown, tax deed, $3243.44, Lot 1 CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Block 56 Trenton Original Survey.
Assistant Regional Director, DOC North Region, Duane Spears; LCI Chaplain Ty Keys; Congressman Ware Oil and Supply Co Inc. to Gilchrist County Superintendent's Office 1-800-884-9131
Yoho; LCI Education Supervisor Gloria Myers; and LCI Warden Shannon Varnes. Navid Corp, warranty deed, $10.00, Transportation Office 1-800-833-5702
2001014-0000000011-0000. BELL ELEMENTARY
Charles R. Thomas and Myra P. 8/26-9/6 PTrO Fundraiser Catalog Sales
L an ca steer Thomas to Mervin L. Hines and 8/29 3:00-6:00pro ARLob BES
Patricia A. Hines, warranty deed, 6:00-7:00pin Chorus Parent Meeting oJBES Cafeteria
$547,500.00, 12-8-16. 9/2 Labor Day Holiday/No School
Sheperd imbeland RenalsBELL HIGH SCHOOL gLepherd Timberlands Rentals 8/19-9/3 Yankee Candle Fundraiser (volleyball)
LLC to Ray Zinsli, warranty deed, 8/29 5:00pmi JV volleyball game vs/Suwannee County 0i1BHS
$130,000.00, 25-7-14. 6:00pmo Varsity volleyball game vs/Suwannee 'ThBHS
in d u story certification n Shirley Ann Wyatt to Charles Reed 6:00pm JV football game vs/Trenton haBHS
AKA Chuck Reed and Nancy Reed, 8/30 7:30pm Varsity football game vs/Cambridge Christian (dB-IBHS
quit claim deed, $13,000.00, 7-10- TRENTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
9/2 Labor Day Holiday No school
Submitted 15 9/2-3 5-7 Cub Cheer camp on the football field, sponsored by the V Cheerleaders
Lancaster Correctional Institution School held its quarterly GED graduation on Friday, Aug. 23, 2013, and wel- Ewell S. Neal, Jr., and Judith M. TRENTON MIDDLE SCHOOL/TRENTON HIGH corned U.S. Congressman Ted Yoho as the guest speaker. Neal to Robert L. Nethery, warranty 8/29 5:00 IV VB v Dixie Cty
Congressman Yoho encouraged the Lancaster GED graduates to persevere in life, even in hard times; often citing deed, $21,000.00, Lot 10 Suwannee 6:30 V VB v Dixie Cty
times from his past during which he had to endure hardships. The congressman also told the inmates, "set lofty goals, Oaks. JV Football at Bell
and believe in yourselves ... these things will increase your chances for success." Fort Fanning LLC to River- 8/30 3:15-5:00 JV MS Glowstick Dance
Lancaster Correctional Institution graduated 29 inmates with their GED diplomas, and 14 inmates with Vocational walk Partners LLP, warranty deed, 9/2 Labor Day aHoliday No School
Industry Certification. Seventy-two family members and guests celebrated with the graduating inmates. $56,900.00, See Legal Description at 9/3 6:00 JV Volleyball at Countryside
Clerk of Court's Office.

Nursing, first-generation

students will benefit The 2013-2014 TRENTON JV CHEER SQUAD!

from FGC scholarship

Representatives from the Florida fund to fund future TSIC scholarCollege System Foundation pre- ships. The third and final check was sented Florida Gateway College with for the Bank of America Dream Makmore than $17,000 in scholarship do- ers, for $4,159, and also benefits first nations on Tuesday, which will bene- generation students at FGC. 4 1
fit current Nursing students and those More than $575,000 in scholarwho are first generation students at ships will be allocated to first-genFGC. eration students. Research shows that
A trio of checks was presented to students are influenced by whether The Foundation for Florida Gateway or not -their parents attended col- i7
College during its regular Board of lege when deciding on attending. Trustees meeting that took place on First-generation students face unique Tuesday, The .-checks represented challenges, including less,. academic three different scholarships. preparation, limited access to inforThe" first,' for $9,981, was for the mation 'about the college experience Florida Blue Scholarship that bene- and lack of support. Scholarships can fits current Nursing and Allied Health help alleviate financial struggles for Students. The second check, for many of these students. Funds for $2,958, was for the Helios Education first-generation student scholarships Foundation First Generation Schol- were provided by endowments made arship, and will be added to existing by Bank of America and the Helios Take Stock in Children scholarship Education Foundation.

Kid's World
Pre-School Learning Center, Inc. The Trenton JV Cheer Squad is looking forward to a "Cheerific" year. These 13 girls have
A private school for your child's early learning years. worked hard this summer preparing for this year's cheer season. They have had summer
"Lowe Ratios practices, raised money for their cheer program, and had a three day home camp. Not only
Free VPK
Pre-K Program have these girls worked hard on the fundamentals of cheerleading but have learned to
Free Breakfast & Lunch
Reduced Fees Available work as a team, be leaders, and set good examples. However, without the support of their
FCCPC Certified Teachers
11 ---P I fed Teachers",Aparents, families, and community this cheer program would not be possible. The JV
CPR/First Aid Certified
Ages 2-12, 7am-6pm Cheer squad would like to thank their sponsors for the 2013-2014 cheer season.
Reduced fees, based on your income, are available through the Early Learning
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be our pleasure to serve 5 .6335you and your child. Affordable Chiropractics Davisr& yl

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NOTICE: Patrons of Bell Library Capital City Bank Ramit Ma Prociones

We are making changes on how we will be doing Bell Library The Cracker Box S ih&Ascae
business. Effective October 1, 2013 you must show your library South Atlantic Pest
card. We have approx. 200 library cards at the library that have Don Martin Insurance Inc. SelBig
been applied for and never picked up. We are updating our records, Dru modeanlo renton
and setting up a more reliable system, so we are asking you to Drm odCommunity B n
come by and update your information, name, address and phones uv're uu,'u Subwayofrno
contact numbers, etc. Cards that have not been updated will be put Evrre ru o eTri-County Metals
in a hold file and you will not be able to check out items until they Fun 4 Kids Daycare
are updated with your current information. .Q ikS ieA t ealn
Due to misuse and failure to return books, videos, DVD's, we are G r era
to be returned before you can check out more. You can only check Thank you so much for all your support, we appreciate all you do for our school
out on your own card and not for some other person or child.
Please look around your home and if you have items out, return and community. We also would like to invite you to our JV football games on
them to the library. ngt 3
We have mostly very good patrons who are responsible about the Thursday at.
items they check out. But, there are some that come in and check 8/29 in Bell (6 p.m.)
out our books, videos and DVD's (most of the time the most
popular) and never return them. We call the phone number listed to 9/12 in Bran ford j
find out it has been disconnected or is no longer a working number.
It is way out of hand and this is the reason for the changes. 9/19 in Bronson

MONTH OF SEPTEMBER 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM TO ALLOW 92 o eM y

Bell Library ManagementGO TER !


... NIJ.. "N 'By Angie Land
Don't you agree that it is wise to
take advantage ,of the learning from
other people's successes and fail,,,-: J4SUU- ures? It certainly is much easier (and
.lhless painful) than having to experiDudley Farm will hold Quilt Day ence everything first-hand. Likewise,
on Saturday, Oct. 5 from 9:30 a.m. to using hindsight can give us a good
Te will a be-.nn pro4pm idea of what eventually turns out to
There will be a bed-turning pro- be a good or bad decision, after all it
.gram from I11 a m. to noon, featuring is 20/20.
quilts representative of the Dudley Brian Brooker "In the fortieth year, on the first
era. day oftheeleventhmonth, Moses
-.: i ) i, .. ..., -Historical skills demonstration dy oth o
ill be"cnducted rom 9:30a2m. proclaimed to the Israelites all that willaandupctfom :p.m. m roke the Lord had commanded him con
I n a.m. and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Dem- cerning them. See, I have given you
onstrations included crocheted rugs, jo n this land. Go in and take possession pine needle basket weaving, palm in s of the land that the Lord swore He
weaving, tatting, spinning, quilting, would give to your, fathers-to AbraThe Red Hat Ladies quilt is machine embroidered and machine quilted. inide loom, and cornhusk broom. SR W M D
If you get a chance, come out to see it. It's worth the trip. Dudley Farm's Quilt Day will also as ham, Isaac and Jacob-and to their de- 1:3,
featre evy ouny Qilt usem *scendants after .them." (Deut. 1:3,8)
feature Levy County Quilt Museum,neer Moses is a great leader, about lems, or even a welcome change like
Floridaquilt groups, quilts for sale,. an whom the Bible gives us a great deal a new baby, building a new home, or
o g Ca b in quilt-related vendors and food ven- of detail related to his decisions, suc- getting a new job. Whatever is adddio cesses, and failures. This passage in- ing extra stress in your family, could
eight people. Brian Brooker joined the Suwan- cludes what Moses considers impor- a reassignment of responsibilities
Submitted work is progressing. We should have eightupeple. Farm Briao- nee Beroer joid the S- tant elements of his journey leading help lighten the load?
S Ted or Cas p. mDudley Farm Historic Park is lo- nee River Water Management Dis- the Israelites out of Egypt. Interest- Perhaps your spouse could use a
The Log Cabin Quilters metThurs- several rocking chairs ready to go cated at 18730 West Newberry Road trict (District)as an engineer within ingly, the first token hadto do with break from juggling the bills on day, Aug. 22nd at the Levy County back on the front porch. You'll hav in Newberry. the Water Resources Division on Au- the is o enhad' t ih be o ju the bill ona
Quilt Ivliseum at 11050 NW 10th to come out and test the "new" chairs. gust 12. In this capacity, he will assist the issue of responsibility: tight budget, or your teen would enAve. We were surprised and very Thank you Lancaster. C with installation and maintenance of A tha tim e e to carry weeke nd s chores
happy when ladies from the First Several ladies were over from equipment to obtain agricultural wa- are too heavy a burden for me to carry while balancing work and school.
Baptist Church of Williston donated Dudley Farm Historic State Park on ter use monitoring data and to sup- alone, how can I bear your problems What about the relative taking care
several boxes of fabric.. Their group Newberry Road. They're helping us port water resource planning. He will and your burdens and your disputes of elderly parents, how much would
made quilts, and dresses for many decided which old quilts will be dis- S also coordinate the design and opera- all by myself Choose some wise, they enjoy a little help? On the other
years for groups overseas and some played at their Quilt Day on Saturday, N tion of databases needed to acquire understanding and respected men hand, Moses' example reminds us
local groups. We really appreciate Oct 5th. The University of Florida water use monitoring data, asqelr from each of your tribes, and I will that it is wise to ask for help when
,your donation thich will bemused to has a home game so try to make time A r as perform other duties in relation to set them over you."(Deut. 1:9,12-13) you are the one overwhelmed with
make items for the Museum. to attend Quilt Day. A bed-turning water data. Moses' admission helps us under- responsibility. We have come to
On Friday, several bags of fabric program uses quilts from the Dudley 3'i'Lk1 Prior to employment with the Dis- stand how all kinds of experiences equate asking for help with admitting
ce ywthteDs can add stress to our already over- failure, but as the Israelites answered
and notions were also brought 'in. Era. Hope to see you there. strict, Brooker served asaresearchas- loadd stess to ot a y o f u e, butWat Isret d
We've also been given an old cof- Our Yard-Craft Sale will be Satur- sistant in the Agricultural and Bio loaded lives. While not many of us Moses, "...What you propose to do
fee table which is perfect with the day, Sept. 7. We'll also have our Oc- ical Engineering Department at the Bit will leat on ou the desood (t 1:4 I blieveothey
'log cabin print sofa. Saturday, we tober Yard-Craft Sale on the 5th, and BehlBpitCuc-n rs-Uiest fFoia(F.Drn ert, Moses' delegation of tasks could understood it was not only good for
'lo cain rit sfa.Saurdy, e obe Yad-Caf Sae o te 5h, nd Bethel Baptist Church and Cross- University of Florida (UF). During be a geat stress reducer for anyone Moses, but for them as well. Askreceived an old sewing machine that in November we're cel- Heirs Outdoor Ministries are pre- this time, he analyzed how climate beiag. trru c a nyon se s, ut for them as wll. Ask
was made in Japan and a look-a-like ebrate Winneile's birthday and have senting a 3D Archery Tournament affects precipitation and temperature Perhaps this extra pressure comes in crisis may just be the very best thing 'to the Singer Featherweigits of the a book signing with Lyla Faircloth on Saturday, Sept. 7, 2013, at Bethel variations in F1.cIrida and studied how throu a d iiltseson. in for he ltvtiesaor
40s and 50s. Thank you everyone for Ellzey, who grew up in Bronson. In Baptist Church, 7070 SW County climate forecasting aids water man- work, caringfor a sick child or parent, every heart matters.
-thinking of us. We really appreciate December, the Yard -Craft Sale will Road 334A, Trenton. agement practices.
:your support. be on the last day of the Quilt Show. There is no admission fee with reg- Brooker holds a Bachelor of Sci- financial strain, personal health probGreg and the boys were out. The Come out and join us. The rocking istration and warm up is at 2:30 p.m.. ence. degree in Agricultural and Bioyard looks great and the furniture chairs are waiting. The shooting starts at 3 p.m. This logical-Engineering/ Land and Water van
is for men, women, and children of Resources from UFv
all ages. There will be free food and "I am very excited to join a team
All door prizes. with such a diverse group of people The FA.I.T.H.H. Mobile Food Pantry will be in Bell, at the Clubhouse
Everyone is invited to attend. whoi are dedicated to the conserva- behind City Hall, on September 19, 2013, at 9:45 a.m.
__tion and preservation of our water This event is'sponsored by the Catholic Charities Bureau, Inc., Gainesville
resources," Brooker said. Regional Office. For more information, please call Debbie Long, Program
"The District welcomes Brian Coordinator, at (352) 372-0294.
M 0 Brooker to our team," said District'
Executive Director Ann Shortelle.
L T T L "His skills are vital in ensuring the
A-1 D en tal Ut reliability of the District's water use
monitoring program, and he will pro2- The Florida Baptist Mobile Den- vide critical support for our water
tal Unit will be at the First Baptist supply planning and resource rhanChurch of Chiefland from Septem- agement programs."
...., ber 9th to the 13th, 2013, to perform
free basic fillings and extractions to
all approved adults 18 years of age or Q uit Tobacco
older.H requiredpre-screening and ap- cla offered in1
pointment scheduling will be held class o e n
on Saturday, Aug. 24, at 8:30 a.m. to t
noon, at the First Baptist Church of T enton
Chiefland. Bring a list of all current --u-C
medications and a valid photo ID. By Duane Gildea, W s w#
You will also need to know your total Tobacco Program Support, G aniie T
This twin size quilt is machine embroidered and quilted. Can you income for the previous month. Suwannee River AHEC toc s
:Is q'". ____________ There will be a'Quit Tobacco class
imagine a room decorated to go with the quilt? on Monday, Sept. 16, from 5 to 7 iinner 5:30 pm
P.m., at the Library at 105 NE 11th Dn ~ :0p
K Street in Trenton, Mids Konnection 6:30 8:00 pm
WE WELCOME YOU TO "Tools to Quit" is a two-hour
how offering information on
UNION BAPTIT CHURCH (BC) Konnection how t'select and prepare for a quit
UNO BA TS !RH B date, including what triggers people aa] /nq 4
6259 $.E. 75TH AVENUE NEWBERRY, FL 32669 Kids Konnection will be start- to smoke, dip, or chew, and how to
ing back up at Pine Grove Baptist handle withdrawal symptoms.
$UN ,d ,Y $t94OOL A.......... ... ........ M Church. Starting September 4, each The program offers free nicotine P G vvC u
S O .W y night, we will have din-patches, lozenges, and/or gum (while ITIS I
MOR NN WOR$Hi .............. .............. 1 AM ner at 5:30 p.m., and Kids' activities supplies last), as well as follow-up 166 5 L1'CU33
EVEN[INC] .....,. W......P *.o. 6...... PM from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. support.
There will be large group Bible For more information, call Katie at l "NriiT 6 5 ~ fC 3
WEDNE$DAY EVENING $ERVIC $: 'lessons and children's worship time, (352) 275-7489 to register. b ~Trenton, FL 32693
ADULT BIBLE STUDY, CHILDREN, & YOUiTH ... 6:30 PM as well as small group activities and
games. @I RUNursery 5th Grade
PA$TOR: TRAV~~~$ MOODY to So, if you have a child nursery age_
P T T [. O Dto5hgrade, we invite them tojoin usE i~ l ~ t li ________________________MINISTER OF YOUTH:. RO E [BEACH on Wednesdays to connect 'with trust__________CI1IUCH P O 4: 352-472-3845 and connect with others. WE 'RE LOOKING FOR YO U AT
"WIN THE LOST ANlD TEACH THE SAVED TO SERVE" Pine Grove is located at 16655 NW 4

BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH ITrenton United Methodist Church CH RC
"Committed to living and sharing the message of God's love." |203 NE 2nid Street "Hodn CFo irt C odo i feI
Bible Study 9:45 a.m. .....>" Trenton, FL 32693 L 5509 S.W. County Road 232, Bell, Florida
Sunday Worship 11 a.m. & 6 p.m. 352-463-2877 r (2.5 miles West of SR 129-* Between Trenton & Bell)
Prayer & Discipleship Wed. 7 p.m. Sunday school for all at 9:30 a m.Wrhptms
YothPris &Wosip- ed 630p .Sunday morning Worship atS8:30 a.m. andll1a m.W rhptms
Youh rase& orhi -We. :3 pm.Wednesday evening Bible study at 6 pm. Sunday School ................... 10:00 AM
Awana Program Wed. 5:45 p.m. "Dale Elzle, Pastor Morning Worship.... ............. 11:00 AM
Pastor: Stephen Ahrens 352-463-2028 i vein Wrhi........600P
Music Minister: Rick Reed 7070 S.W. CR-334A a.4 et 's.i 's,"~ I % .. c! Wvedinsa Pryrsh &~ Yt.7...........:30 PM
Youth Director: Aaron Bachle Trenton, FL 32693 we, e aa ,z[WdedyPae ot .... :0P
bethelit@belfsouth. net www. bet helbaptisttrentonfl. com *Phone (352) 463-1562 Pastor: Ron Black
..::/Pine Grove Baptist Church _______________________. ~~~16655 N. W. CR-339Ne ngiatnr
~ ~~~~Trenton, _Florida 132693

-- '- .Pastr. Greg Douglas, Senior Pastor Baptisti h rch

*--Pastor Emanuel Harris, Education/Children PO O 2/10S 0hSe
BAPTI ST CH URCH Pastor Jared Douglas, Collegiate/Missions Trenton, FL 32693
LOVING GOD AND LOVING PEOPLE Pastor Josh Ryals, Music "(n lc otOtrSrnsRsd
S OI- S -0 S- 0Sunday School ..............................................9:15a.m. iBro.Chitpe Ruge
Worship Service ......................................... 10:30 a.m. Pastor
- -I 0Evening Worship ........................................... 6:00 p.m.
.- S- .S S S .- IWednesday Night Services: Cell : 352-222-0896
**** *- ** AWANA..................................................... 6:30 p.m.
** *-. *. Prayer Meeting, Youth, College & Career .............. 7:00 p.m. Sunday School 10 am Sunday Morning Worship 11am
.- Nursery provided for all services -Sunday Evening Worship 6 pm Wednesday Bible Study 7 pm



Mrs. Annie Kate Mr. David W. Clay- member of the First Baptist Church This fun and educational day i
in West Palm Beach. suitable for adults and children a
Berryhill Blitch Mr. David W. Clay, 56, passed She is survived by her husband, young as seven.
away on Sunday, Aug. 25, 2013, at Frank Jack Harden of Trenton; three Young people must be accompa
away nSudyAg2daughters, Nancy (John) Rowe of nied by an adult. $12 per person. Cal Mrs. Annie Kate Berryhill Blitch, his residence in Fanning Sp8ngs. Words can't express how our hearts Bell, Sandra (Tom) Brown of Lagu- (386) 364-5250 for reservations or g(
79, of BronSon, passed away August David was born on February 8,are breaking, he will be missed and 22, 2013, atAyers Health & Rehabili- 1957, in Lake Worth, to James L. he will e foreer a na California, and Linda (Tommy) online at
station Center in Trenton. Clay, Sr., and Dawn Potts. He was a he will remain in our hearts forever. Vason of Tallahassee; six grandchil- Florida Crown Ribbon Cuttinj.
She was born in Steinhatchee on lifelong resident of the area. Mr. Clay There will be a private memorial dren and nine great grandchildren. Tuesday, Sept. 17, at the Trenton of
August 15, 1934, to the late James was a musician. service held in his honor for his fam- A Memorial service was held on fice. Watch for more details.
Russell and Amy Ursula (Jackson) He is preceded in death by his fa- ily and a few close friends at a later Saturday, Aug. 24, 2013, at 11:00 Rockin' the Santa Fe Tribut
their, James L. Clay, Sr. a.m., at the First Baptist Church of Show: The Ultimate Tribute to San
She was a lifetime resident of this es y S Arrangements were placed under Trenton. Pastor Keith McConnell of- tana Saturday, Sept. 21st, at Elli
area. Mrs. Annie was a member of Dawn Simpson of Fanning Springs; the care of Rick Gooding Funeral ficiated. Ray's RV Resort & Lounge.
Salt Creek Baptist Church where a daughter, Maranda (Timothy) May- Home of Cross City. Arrangements under the. care of For more information call 855.
she served as secretary /treasurer for nard of Chiefland; two sons, Keith Watson Funeral Home of Trenton. RIVER-13 or visit www.ellieray
many years. She was a store clerk (Tammy) Clay and Shane Clay both Mrs" Ramona nassie T e nn
and a school bus driver for Gilchrist of Trenton; a sister, Diane Ridge- o a S eww an e n m "Stimulate Economics Throng
and Levy Couqty School Systems. way of Trenton; four brothers, James Tourism" Annual Tourism Summi
She was a great prayer warrior, loved L. Clay, Jr., Daryl L. Clay, Darn Mrs. Ramona Massie of Horseshoe k Thursday, Sept. 26th, 9:00 a.m. ti
gospel music, growing flowers, and Schmitz, and Douglas E. Simpson, Beach passed away peacefully after 2:00 p.m., at the Trail Riders Club
needlework. Jr., all of Trenton; and three grand- a struggle with cancer, on Monday, Mr. Earl Lindsey Rogers C ha m ber 249 NW 241st Street, Cross Cit)
She is preceded in death by her children. Aug. 26, 2013. L To gain valuable insights and prac
husbands, Willie R. Berryhill and Arrangements under the care of She was born on August 27, 1945 Mr. Earl Lindsey Rogers, 65, was tical ways to market and grow you
Henry Blitch. Watson Funeral Home of Trenton. to George and Kathleen Lindsey in born August 28, 1947, in Miami, Con n et ion business, register now at www.PW
She is survived by her sons, Regi- To' offer online condolences visit Ireland. She soon after moved to Oklahoma, to D.L. and Doris Rogers,, or cal
nald (Maureen) Berryhill of New- Scotland and considered herself a *and passed away August 19, 2013, in Adult Workshop: Basic Floral Donna at (352) 463-3467.
berry, Richard (Carolyn) Berryhill true Scot. She was a dedicated wife, Chiefland. Arranging and Bow Tying Friday, Kicking Cancer's Butt Poke:
of Gulf Hammock; daughter, Regena mother, grandmother, and great- He had been a salesman for Scog- Aug. 30, 6:00 p.m., at the Gilchrist Run Saturday, Sept. 28th. Visi
(Lee) Mills of Chiefland; 11 grand- Mr. Michael Claude grandmother. She was deeply com- gins Chevrolet and retired from Levy County Public Library in Trenton. fo
children and 14 great-grandchildren. Lewis mitted to her art of choking, having County School Board, Chiefland El- There is a $5 material fee. Space is more information.
Funeral services were Monday, run restaurants in Scotland and the ementary School. Earl was a gradu- limited. Call the Library at (352) Hidden Coast Paddling'Festi
Aug. 26, 2013, at 10:00 a.m., at Mr. Michael Claude Lewis, 23, Horseshoe Beach Cafe' for over nine ate of Chiefland High School and a 463-3176 to sign up. val Friday to Sunday, October'4tl
the Hiers-Baxley Funeral Home in passed away Friday, Aug. 16, 2013. years and being very successful in so member of Good Shepherd Lutheran Rockin' the Santa Fe Tribute through the 6th, in Cedar Key. Visi Chiefland.. Visitation was Sunday, Michael graduated with honors doing. Church. Show: The Ultimate ACIDC Tribute for more in
Aug. 25, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., a the from Dixie County High School in She is survived by her loving He is preceded in death by his fa- Show Saturday, August 31st, at El- formation. funeral home. Interment followed in 2008. He was enrolled in Florida husband, Joe; ar three daughters, there, D.L. Rogers, and grandparents lie Ray's RV Resort & Lounge. For "Celebrating Agriculture" Skee the Ellzey Cemetery. Gateway College in Lake City. He Caroline, Karen, and Louise; and her of Oklahoma. more information call 855-RIVER- & Eat Sjlorting Clays Shoot Sat
In lieu of flowers, donations may stayed at home with his mother this two stepchildren, Kay and Lynn; her He is survived by his mother, Doris 13 or visit www.ellieraysrvresort. urday, Oct. 19th, at Gilchrist Club be made to Haven Hospice of the Tri- past year until four months ago. M grandchildren, Fulton, Neil, Madi- Rogers of Chefland; two sons, Da- com. Hwy 47, Trenton. Mark your calen
Counties, 311 NE 9th ST. Chiefland, chapel loved sports and he loved hison, Ruairidh, and Mackenzie and her vid Rogers of Chiefland and Landry Archeological Tour and Lunch dar now, details to follow. Cou nt s 3 1 e9t Chefa chapel love sosanhe loved i-s great-granddaughter Ruby; her rwo Rogers of Baytown, Texas; sister, Saturday, Sept.14th, at Camp Weed, Haven's Fall at the Ranch Satur
FL 32626 family. 0'. StraSp
Arrangements were under the care Michael is the son of the late Wil- n-laws, Matth rew; Carolyn R. Langford, and nephew, 11057 Camp Weed Place, Live Oak. day, Oct. 19th, 5:30 p.m., at Rocl
of Hiers-Baxley Funeral Services of bur Lewis and Renee Watson of her brother and sister-in-law, Michael Carl Langford, both of Enid, Oklaho- Come explore the Hernando De Bluff Ranch, Bell. Chiefland. To offer online condolenc- Cross City. and Gill Haines of Suffolk, England, ma; two granddaughters; two aunts Soto Site, an actual Indian site, which For more information about thi
es visit is survived by his mother, Re- her many loyal customers and fellow of Oklahoma; and several cousins in hasproduced numerous artifacts from event, to become a sponsor, auction
nee; his brothers, Charlie P. Lewis and former employees will also miss Oklahoma and Texa the period. donor or to purchase a ticket ($7'
Submit news to the Gilchrist County and Jake H. Watson both of Cross her smiling face. Services were held Friday, Aug. 23, Enjoy a treasure hunt and lunch per person), please contact Stepha
Journaltoday! Ciy J WA memorial service will be held 2013, at 2:00 p.m., at Hiers-Baxley like the indigenous people would nie Brod at (352) 271-4665 or emai
aCity. at Gooding Funeral Home in Cross Funeral Home. Pastor Gordon Keller have had and grown on our grounds
City, at 2:00 p.m., on Thursday, Aug. officiated. Visitation was one hour in 1539.
P L_ U MIN GCFC12814_29,013.____r___,_,__L____Ar g ehCFC1428141e 29,2013. prior to the service. The family had a
Arrangements have been placed private burial.
W WATER sOFTENER under the care of the Rick Gooding Arrangements were under the care
WELL PUMP SERVICE Funeral Home of Cross City. of Hiers-Baxley Funeral Services of
COMPLETE PLUMBING SERVICE Chiefland. To offer online condolencSEPTIC & DRAIN FIELD Mrs. Mary Martha Payne es, visit
ONE CALL DOES IT ALL! Mr.Mr ataPyeNri, Mrs. Kathryn "Kitty"
46 .36LdyAMrs. Mary Martha Payne Norris, 'Sexton SEC R
75, of Old Town, passed away Satur- SOCIAL CURITY PRO
3- [0 0 day, Aug. 24, 2013 at Shands of UF. Mrs. Kathryn "Kitty" Sexton Mrs. Norris moved to West Palm Harden, 89, passed away on Satur'Beach from Brownsburg, Indiana, in day, Aug. 17, 2013, at Ayers Health
1991, and then moved to Old Town & Rehabilitation Center, in Trenton.

DURO WILLIAMSO T in 2009. She was a phenomenal art- Kathryn was born on October 8,
ist specializing in drawing, oils and 1923, in Birmingham, Alabama, to
chalk. Joseph S. McGlathery and Nora SexT R E E SER VIC ELLC. She was preceded in death by her ton McGlathery. She moved to TrenLicensed and Insured AllPhases of Tree Work brother, Ronald Payne. ton six years ago from West Palm W ILLS DIVORCE
Call.or FR EE Estimates From trimming to complete She is survived by sons, Jeffrey Beach. She was a homemaker and a
S.removal andbaul-off Edward Norris and James (Kathy)
cell 352-318-3610 Liht land clearing Edward Norris, II, both of Old Town;
clearing of rigt-of-ways, grandchildren, Jordan Norris, Amber
of0and debris hi-offs. Hatcher, April Edgerley, Arielle Neloff ie 38-9352180Bobcat & bucket truck service available. son, and Jessica Neevel; and greatgrandchildren,. Brooklynn Norris,
Rayvenn Norris, Julianne Hatcher,
and Monroe Hatcher.
A visitation was held at the funeral
home Tuesday, Aug. 27, 2013, between the hours of 4 and 7 p.m.
Arrangements were placed under
II the care of the Rick Gooding Funeral
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August 22, 2013 of less than 20 grams of Cannabis, Announce Saltwater
Chad L. Milne, 43, of Bell, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia,
was arrested by Trooper Hoover, and Resisting an Officer without-F e Fi h nD a
Florida Highway Patrol, for a DUI Violence, $14,000.00 bond. i e s
with Property Damage, and he was _L c n e F e i h n a
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relase onc ond on 46, of '' bountiful waters and historic projects.
Trntnwacarstdiysept Submitted fishing communities." All bag limits, seasons and size
Krnckle, Gilchrste Cony Sheriffy Governor Rick Scott and the Fish License-free fishing days, includ- restrictions apply on these dates. For
Office, for an Out-of-County warrant, L U tV Sand Wildlife Conservation Commis- ing freshwater days, were held earlier fishing tips, locations and rules, visit
no bond. C o n ys Sion announced a saltwater license- this year on April 13 and June 8 for
William R. Grant, 34, of free fishing day for September1. On freshwater and June 1 for saltwater. _ _
Steinhatchee, was arrested by MV.ost W n e this day, Florida residents and visi- The Florida Fish and Wildlife con- Concealed Weaon
Lieutenant Brown, Gilchrist County tors can experience Florida's unique servation Commission (FWC) will ~ epn
Sheiffs ffieforVilatonof rin Mly saltwater fishing opportunities first consider adding four additional Ii- Class
Phrbat fio P ossess laion of lesrtan 20cgee Writ of Bodil hand with6ut being required to have cense-free -fishing days to the cal- The Gilchrist County Sheriff's Ofgroainses ino ofs Cannbis $400. 0bod Attachment, BIM, 5'8"1- 145 ibs; a recreational saltwater fishing 1i- endar at the Sept. 5 meeting in Pen- fice will be holding aconcealed weapAugust 23, 2013 .blakhi rw ys cerise. sacola. If approved, there will be two ons class on Saturday, Aug. 31, 2013,

w as arrested by Deputy Strickland, cenise-refsigdyoSptm r water license-free fishing days before GCSO Gun Range, US Hwy 129 and
GicrsJonySerf' fieIo 1 is a great way for families to enjoy the end of 2013. All other regulations CR 307A. The cost is $50.00 and all
Violation of an Injunction, $5,000.00 Flrd' nrdbeslwtrfsig still apply. poed ot h lrd hrf'
bond. opportunities during the Labor Day An annual license for residents can Youth Ranch.
Josua obrt piit,23 ofBel, holiday. Florida is the Fishing Capi- be purchased at 1-888-FISH-Florida Please bring 50-100 rounds and a
was arrested by Deputy Knuckles, tal of the World adtilces-re or at All fish- firearm. Some firearms willbeail
Gilchrist County Sheriff's Office, for wendiagrtopruiyton- ing license fees are used to support able for use. Contact Lt. E. Jenkins,
Larceny Grand Theft, and Robbery troduce friends and family who may Florida fish and wildlife conservation at (352)463-3181, for details.
with a Firearm, $250,000.00 bond. have never experienced Florida salt- and help attain additional funding for
Roman Aundrell Frazier, Jr., 19, of ...water fishing to enjoy the Sunshine Federal Aid in Sport Fish Restoration__________Gainesville, was arrested by Sergeant
Gaston, Gilchrist County Sheriff's
Office, for Possession of Cocaine
and Destroying or Tampering with
Physical Evidence, $4,500.00 bond. IC&PTKhI Iieg l N i(o
Christopher B. Jackson, 40, of Jante Brown, Failure to C 11P
Trenton, was arrested by Sergeant Appear to the charges of DUI; WI GILCHRIST COUNTY REQUEST UNDER OR AGAINST THE NAMED assisted listening device to participate
Office, folriPsesonot Counthrolled F; 5'; 110 ibs; Blonde hair; green FOR PROPOSAL DEFENDANT(S); HOUSEHOLD in a proceeding, please contact the
Substce, $5,000.00ss ond eyes Kei A.oMhtVilatineo Gilchrist County Emergency Manage- FINANCE CORPORATION III; Court Interpreter Program at interpreter@
Subtace,$500.00bod. ye. evi A M rphy, Vilto fment is requesting sealed proposals for CAPITAL ONE BANK (USA),
August 24, 2013 Probation for Dealing in Stolen Disaster Debris Removal and Disposal NATIONAL ASSOCIATION; Pub: August 29, September 5, 2013b.
Chesley Blanco Beck, 34, 'was If you have information on any Property, Violation of Probation Services for Gilchrist County. Bid docu- WHETHER DISSOLVED OR_______arrested by Officer Combs, Trenton individual pictured here please call ments may be obtained at the Gilchrist PRESENTLY EXISTING, TOGETHER PUBLIC MEETING
Police Department, for Aggravated Crime Stoppers immediately at (352) for Burglary of a Dwelling, and County Emergency Operations Center WITH ANY GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Assault, $15,000.00 bond. 463-7867. Failure to Appear to the charges located at 3250 N. US Hwy 129, Bell, CREDITORS, LIENORS, OR Please take notice that the Three RivAugust 25, 2013 All calls remain anonymous. of Burglary. of a structure! Florida 32619 or on the County's official TRUSTEES OF SAID DEFENDANT(S) ers Regional Library Board will hold a
Alfredo Hoyos, 46, of Doral, you may also visit www. conveyance,* WIM; 5'6"1- 165 lbs; website Bid submis- AND ALL OTHER PERSONS Board Meeting on Thursday, Sept. 12, at
arrste byDepty indeygichrstcimetopersorg fo brwn air gren yes 'sion deadline is September 23rd 2013 at CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER, 5:00 p.m., at the Gilchrist County Public
was aretdb euyLnsy icrsciesopr.og frbonhi;genee.2:00 p.m. Late bids will not be accepted OR AGAINST DEFENDANT(S); Library, in Trenton, Florida.
Gilchrist County Sheriff's Office, more details and a listing of more _______________ and will not be considered for award Defendant(s) All interested person are invited to atfor Possession of less than 20 grams offenders. recommendation. For further informa- ________Itend and be heard. Please be advised, that
of Cannabis and Possession of Drug N.T 1tion please contact the Gilchrist County NOTICE OF SALE if a person decides to appeal any decision
Paraphernalia, ROR. DO NOT IN o rthL Department of Emergency Management Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to made .by the Board with respect to any
Byron Leonard Dawson, 31, of at 386-935-5400 or dpeatonggilchrist. a Final Summary Judgment of Foreclosure matter considered at such hearing, that
Trenton, was arrested by Officer TRY entered in the above-styled cause, in the person will need a record of the proceedCombs, Trenton Police Department, AND APPREHEND F. loridla Pub: August 29, September 5, 2013b. Circuit Court of GILCHRIST County, ings, and that, for such purpose, he/she~
for Possession of Cocaine, Possession .Florida, I will sell the property situate in may need to ensure that a verbatim record
*GILCHRIST County, Florida, described. of the proceedings is made, which record T TTe ~ ~NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF as: includes the testimony and evidence'upon
EXPERIENCED RELIABLE L iv e sto ck ORDINANCE BY TIHE BOARD OF Begin at, the Southeast corner of the which the appeal is to be based. "Person
COMMISSIONERS OF GILCHIRIST Northwest quarter of the Southeast with disabilities requesting reasonable
COFIENIA -FAT 1COUNTY, FLORIDA quarter of Section 15, Township 9 accommodations to participate in this
Faia CONFIDENTIA AS l/ 1C NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that South, Range 14 East, Gilchrist County, proceeding should contact (352) 463Age-nt M ark etL.L~V an ordinance, which title hereinafter ap- Florida; thence run South 89*4410811 3170 (Voice & TDD) or via Florida Relay
24-7 pears;. will be considered for enactment West along the South line thereof 690.09 Service at (800) 955-8771."
fl~~by the Board of Commissioners of the feet; thence run North 00'16103" West Published August 29, 2013b. M ZF [ I HC 3 e o tGilchrist County, Florida, at the regular along a wire fence 1,320.36 feet to the ______LOCAL meeting September 9, 2013 scheduled North line of the Northwest quarter .IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
for 4:15 p.m., or as soon thereafter as of the Southeast quarter; thence run EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ( ,2 4 90 4 6Submitted the matter can be heard, in the Gilchrist North 89*4613311 East along said North AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY,
(352)EFIANN 4 9 3 0 4 0 6 Slaughter cattle ,were steady to County Board of County'Commission- line 687.04 feet to the Northeast corner F;kD
~~~~J~~ org 00 =lghl hgercmardtolstwe ers meeting facility, located at 2 10 South thereof; thence run South 60614%011" CASE NO.: 21b2012-CA-000086
Wedneday Aug.e 21,witatheto Main Street, Trenton, Florida. Copies of East, a distance of 1,319.33 feet to the WELLS FARGO ANK, NA,
ony u. 1 ih h o said ordinance may be inspected by any POINT OF BEGINNING. Subject to Plaintiff,
bull and cow selling at $ 111.00 and member of the public at the Office of the a 25 feet ingress and egress easement vs. GET OUT OF JAIL...' $99.50 respectively. .County Clerk, Gilchrist County Court- along the South side thereof, all lying JAMES S. LARSEN; et al.,
Yearlings were $ 1-2 higher this house, located at 112 South Main Street, and being Gilchrist County, Florida. Defendant(s). D A V ID STO N E ~ ~~week with the high price of $260.00. Trenton, Florida during regular business LESS______________/
ingstrng iththe high price bull above mentioned, all interested persons corner of the Northwest quarter of THE 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN a$1240.00, the high price cow at may appear and be heard with respect to the Southeast quarter of Section 15, AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY, BA IL B O N D S INc $142.00, and the high price pair at the ordinance. Township 9 South, Range 14 East, FLORIDA
$1080.00. Overall everything sold GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA Gilchrist County, Florida; thence run Case No.: 21-2013-DR-232
9151 NE 80th Avenue DIXIE LEVY GILCHRIST really well. Come back and see us .ORDINANCE NO. 2013-07 South 89*44'08"~ West, along the South Division:.DR
S& SURROUNDING AREA nxwekANORDINANCE OF THE BOARD line thereof, 690.09 feet to the POINT Kevin Muldoon
Bronson, Florida 32621 netwe.OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF OF BEGINNING. From the POINT Petitioner
Don't forget our Slaughter Cattle GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA OF BEGINNING thence run North and
24 HOUR SERVICE 352-486-1971 ONLY Sale on December 30, 2013. ESTAB3LISHING A 30-MILE-PER- 00'16'03"~ West, along a wire fence Jennifer Siddle
Be in the know! The new Animal HOUR SPEED LIMIT ON SOUTH- 1320.36 feet to the North line of the said Respondent.
_________________________________________ ID rule is coming into effect in early WEST 100th STREET FROM U. S. Northwest quarter of the Southeast NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
2014. Contact Tallahassee to get your HIGHWAY 129 WEST TO SOUTH- quarter; thence run North 89*46'33"~ DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE E ~ fsiif~'t~ ,,~ Premise ID and your free tags to Start WEST 22nd COURT; AND ESTAB- East, along the said North line, 343.52 (No Child or Financial Support)
Lesfie Sap~p Construti on L AIc tgin.orcateno.Cl (85) LISHING A 45-MILE-PER-HOUR feet; thence run South 00*24'01" East TO: Jennifer Siddle
CLFtagig yurcatleno. all(80,SPEED LIMIT ON NORTHEAST 2ND to the South line of the said Northwest 5703 NW 55th AVE
New Homes, Remodeling, and Roofing 410-0900 for more information. WAY FROM COUNTY ROAD 138 EX- quarter of the Southeast quarter; Bell, FL 32619
Asisane it Panin ad esgnCheck us out on the web at www. TENDING TO THE INTERSECTION thence run South 89*44"108 West, along YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
AssisancewithPlaning nd for our WITH NORTHEASqT 120TH LOO0P; the South line thereof to the POINT OF for dissolution of marriage has been filed


Richburg. Husband and Wife; The interpreter or an assisted listening IN TILE CIRCUIT COURT OF THLE S. LARSEN; UNKNOWN TENANT
__________________________________________________ Riverwalk of Fanning Springs Ownership device to participate in a proceeding, EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN #1; UNKNOWN TENANT #2; ANY
IAssociation. Inc.: Unknown Parties in please contact the Court Interpreting AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY, AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
L e a o iVe8Possession #1. If living, and all Unknown at FLORIDA, PROBATE DIVISION CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER
Parties claiming by. through, under and WITNESS, my hand and the seal of this FILE NO. 21-2013-CP-26 AND AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED

woaenot known to be dead or alive, CLERK( DANNY WAYNE RAYMOND, ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR
INVITAT ION TO BID LEE, whether said Unknown Parties may claim L. Ayers Deceased, ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN
Item: Public Restrooms. Citv Hall An- Defendants. an interest as Spouse, Heirs, Devisees, Deputy Clerk of Court _________IPARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST
nex, 112 NE 1st Avenue. Trenton. FL _________IGrantees, or Other Claimants (COURT SEAL) NOTICE TO CREDITORS AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
32693 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Defendant(s). Published August 22, 29, 2013b. The administration of the estate of GRANTEES, OR OTHER CLAIMANTS
Bid 4: 13-02 Notice is hereby given that the _________________ ________DANNY WAYNE RAYMOND, deceased, are Defendants.
Bid Closing Date: Friday. September 20. undersigned. Clerk of Circuit Court. 'NOTICE OF SALE whose date of death was February 23, The clerk of court will sell to the highest
2013 a! 5:00 p.m. Gilchrist County, Florida, will on the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN IN TILE CIRCUIT COURT FOR 2013, File Number 21-2013-CP-26, is bidder for cash at the SOUTH DOOR
Notice is hereby given that the City of' October 14. 2013. at 11:00 a.m., at the pursuant to an Order dated August 13, GIiLCHLRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA. pending in the Circuit Court for Gilchrist of the Gilchrist County Courthouse, Trenton is accepting bids until 5 p.m. Front Entrance of the Gilchrist County 2013, entered in Civil Case No. 2012- CIVIL DIVISION County, Florida, Probate Division, the located at 112 S. Main Street, Trenton,
Friday. September 20. 2013, in City Hall Courthouse, 112 South Main Street, CA-000142 of the Circuit Court of the Case No: 212012CA000085XXXXXX address of which is Gilchrist County FL 32693, at 11:00 am., on the 13th day
located at 114 North Main Street. Tren- Trenton, Florida, offer for sale and sell at 8th Judicial Circuit in and for Gilchrist BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., Courthouse, Post Office Box 37, Trenton, of January, 2014, the following described ton, FL 32693. Final bid selection will public outcry, one by one, to the highest County, Florida, wherein Bank of Plaintiff, Florida 32693. The names and addresses real property as set forth in said Final
be made by the City Commission at their bidder for cash, the property located in America, National Association, Plaintiff v. of the personal representative and the Judgment, to wit:
October 8, 2013 Community Redevelop- Gilchrist County, Florida, as follows: and Barry T. Richburg and Anjuliette JERI L. WILSON; et al, personal representative's attorney are set SEE ATTACHMENT EXHIIBIT "A"
ment Agency Meeting at 5:30 p.m. If you Lot 5 of WESTLAKE WOODS W. Richburg, Husband and Wife are Defendants. forth below. LEGAL DESCRIPTION
have any questions, please call 352-463- SUBDIVISION, as per plat thereof defendant(s), I, Clerk of Court, Todd _________________I All creditors of the decedent and other ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
4000 extension 30 1. recorded in Plat Book 2, Page 21, Of Newton,' will sell to the highest and persons having claims or demands against INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
Please submit ten (10) copies of the Bid. the public records of Gilchrist County, best bidder for cash AT THE SOUTH RE-NOTICE OF SALE decedent's estate on whom a copy of this THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
Bids must be signed and sealed in an en- Florida. TOGETHER WITH a 1976 PORTICO OF THE GILCHRIST PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 notice is required to be served must file THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE
velope marked with Bid # 13-02 and City SKYL ID# 04630269AJ and ID# COUNTY COURTHOUSE, LOCATED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant their claims with this court WITHIN DATE OF LIS PENDENS MUST FILE
of Trenton Public Restrooms, City Hall 04630269BJ which is permanently AT 112 SOUTH MAIN STREET, to an Order or Summary Final Judgement THE LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER
Annex. Bids may be mailed or hand de- affixed to the lands above-described TRENTON, GILCHRIST COUNTY, of foreclosure dated January 14, 2013; AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST THE SALE.
livered. and, as such, is deemed to be a fixture FLORIDA, AT 11:00 A.M., October 14, and an Order Resetting Sale dated PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR Dated this 13th day of August, 2013.
Please address all bids to: and a part of the real estate. 2013, the following described property as August 13, 2013, and entered in Case THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE ALDRIDGEICONNORS, LLP
Vickie Griffis Bid # 13-02 pursuant to the Final Judgment of set forth in said Final Judgment, to-wit: No. '212O12CAOOOO85XXXXX-X of OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS Attorney for Plaintiff
City of Trenton Foreclosure entered on August 13, 2013, LOT 44, THE RIVERWALK OF the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial NOTICE ON THEM. 1615 South Congress Avenue
114 North Main Street in the above-styled case, pending in said FANNING SPRINGS, PHASE 1, A Circuit in' and for Gilchrist County, All other creditors of the decedent and Suite 200
Trenton, FL 32693 Court. SUBDIVISION, AS RECORDED Florida, wherein BANK OF AMERICA, other persons having claims or demands Delray, FL 33445
The City of Trenton reserves the right to Any person claiming an interest in the IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGES 83-86, N.A. is Plaintiff and JERI L. WILSON; against decedent's estate must file their Telephone: (561) 392-6391
waive informalities in any bid, to accept surplus from the sale, if any, other than OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CHARLES E. WILSON; UNKNOWN claims with this court WITHIN THREE Facsimile: (561) 392-6965
or reject any or all without cause, and the property owner as of the date of the lis' GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA. TENANT NO. 1; UNKNOWN (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF By: L. Ayers
to accept the bid that in their judgment pendens must file a claim within 60 days ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN TENANT 2; and ALL UNKNOWN THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS (COURT SEAL)
will be in the best interest of the City of after the sale. INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS PARTIES CLAIMING INTERESTS BY, NOTICE. FBN:
Trenton. City of Trenton staff may re- Todd Newton FROM TIHE SALE, IF ANY, THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN Primary E-Mail: ServiceMail@aclawllp.
view bids prior to their review at public Clerk of the Court OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY A NAMED DEFENDANT TO THIS THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN coml
hearing in order to communicate with the (SEAL) OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF ACTION, OR HAVING OR CLAIMING SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA Exhibit A
seller regarding specifications, pricing, By: L. Ayers THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A TO HAVE ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER Parcel I:
etc. Deputy Clerk CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER INTEREST IN THE PROPERTY BARRED. Commence at the Northeast corner of
Scope of Work: Construction of an Published August 22, 29, 2013b. THE SALE. HEREIN DESCRIBED, are Defendants, NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME Section 9, Township 8 South, Range 16
approximately 452 square foot addi- ________If .you are a person with a disability I will sell to the highest and best bidder PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY East, Gilchrist County, Florida for a point
tion to existing building behind City who needs any accommodation in for cash at the South Door of the Gilchrist CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR of reference. Thence run along the North
Hall to be used as public restrooms IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF order to participate in this proceeding, County Courthouse, 11:00 am., on the MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S line of said Section 9, South 88'41'48"
and storage area. Project will include THE 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN you are entitled, it no cost to you, to 14 day of October, 2013, the following DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. West, 1320.00 feet; thence run South
ADA compliant restrooms--one Men's, AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY, the provision of certain assistance. described property as set forth in said The date of the first publication of this 00*23' 12" East, 660.00 feet to and for
one Women's, and one wheelchair ac- FLORIDA Please contact the ADA Coordinator; Order or Final Judgment, to-wit: notice is August 29, 2013. the Point of Beginning. Thence continue
cessible. The Men's restrooms is to in- CASE No: 21-2012-CA-000097 201 East University Avenue, Room THE EAST HALF OF THE Attorney for Personal Representative: South 00*23' 12" East, 660.00 feet; thence
dlude two urinals, one enclosed toilet JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, 410, Gainesville, Florida 32601 NORTHWEST QUARTER OF THE By: /s/ Thoedore M. Burt run South 88041 '48" West, 660.28; thence
area, two sinks, and a baby changing NATIONAL ASSOCIATION (352) 491-4490 at least 7 days before NORTHWEST QUARTER (E 1/2 OF THEODORE M. BURT run North 00*23'12"~ West, 660.00 feet;
station. The Women's restrooms is to Plaintiff, your scheduled court appearance, NW 1/4 OF NW 1/4) OF SECTION Florida Bar Number 172404 thence run North 88041 '48" East, 660.28
include two enclosed toilet areas, two vs or immediately upon receiving this 20, TOWNSIHP 8 SOUTH, RANGE 403 East Wade Street feet to the Point of Beginning.
sinks, and a baby changing station. ALONGI, LINDA L., et. al., notification of the time before the 15 EAST, GILCHRIST COUNTY, Post Office Box 308 Commence at the Southwest corner of
The wheelchair accessible restrooms Defendanits. scheduled appearance is less than FLORIDA; LESS THE WEST 220 FEET Trenton, Florida 32693 the Southeast 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of
will include one sink, one toilet, one ________________/ 7 days. If you are hearing or voice OF THE NORTH 990 FEET THEREOF; (352) 463-2348 Section 4, Township 8 South, Range 16
baby changing area. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE impaired, call 711. ALSO LESS THE SOUTH 330 FEET Email: East for and as the Point of Beginning.
The Contractor is responsible for site, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Todd Newton THEREOF Personal Representative: Thence run along the West line of said
cleanup and removal of all debris and pursuant to an Order or Final Judgment CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN /s! Arnold Raymond Southeast 1/4 of Southeast 1/4, North
trash. Entered in Case No. 21-2012-CA-000097 Gilchrist County, Florida INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM ARNOLD RAYMOND 01020' 12" West, 503.11 feet; thence run
SITE INSPECTION MEETING: of the Circuit Court of the 8th Judicial (SEAL) THE SALE IF ANY, OTHER THAN 1500 Scenic Road North 88o39'43"~ East, 269.70 feet; thence
Those interested in submitted bid pro- Circuit in and for GILCHRIST County, L. Ayers THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE Stitton, Quebec Canada JOE2KO run North 01 o21F4 1 West; 3 19.77 feet to
posals are encouraged to attend an on- Florida, wherein, JP MORGAN CHASE DEPUTY CLERK OF COURT DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST Pub: August 29, September 5, 2013b. the Southerly right-of-way line of County
site meeting to be held on TUESDAY, BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, Published August 22, 29, 2013b. FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS _______Road No. C-340; thence run along said
SEPTEMBER 10, 2013 at 9:00 a.m. Plaintiff, and ALONGI, LINDA L., et. al., ________AFTER THE SALE. right-of-way line, North 86136'44"~ East,
The City requires that the work to be are Defendants, I will sell to the highest .PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF 25.02 feet; thence departing from said
performed by a State of Florida licensed bidder for cash at, South Side Lane, 112 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE .REQUESTING REASONABLE ORDINANCE BY THE BOARD OF right-of-way line, run South 01'21'41"~
contractor, proof of -liability insurance in South Main Street, Trenton, FL 32693, at EIGHTH JUJDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND ACCOMMODATIONS TO COMMvISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF East, 345.67 feet; thence run South
an amount no less than $1,000,000.00 the hour of 11:00 a.m., on the 14 day of FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA PARTICIPATE IN THE PROCEEDING TRENTON, FLORIDA 88*39'43"~ West, 269.71 feet; thence
and information regarding whether bid- October, 2013, the following described CASE NO. 13000003CAAXMX SHOULD CONTACT 352-374-3639 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that run South 01'20'12"~ East, 478.11 feet
der holds Worker's Compensation Coy- property: BANK OF AMERICA, N. A. (VOICE & TDD) OR VIA 'FLORIDA an ordinance, which title hereinafter ap- to the South line of said Southeast 1/4
erage. A tract of land known as Tract 3 of A.D. Plaintiff, RELAY SERVICE AT 888-955-877 1. pears, will be considered for enactment of Southeast 1/4; thence continue South
Published August 22, 29, 2013b. DESTIN unrecorded subdivision, being vs. DATED at Trenton, Florida, on August by the' Board of Commissioners of the 01020' 12" East, 50.00 feet; thence run
________in the 'SE1/4 of the SWI/4 of Section DAVID J. BOGARDE; SANDRA 13, 2013. City of Trenton, Florida, at the regular South 88'41 '48" West, 26.50 feet; thence
7, Township 8 South, Range 15 East, BOGARDE A/K/Al SANDRA L. Todd Newton meeting September 10, 2013 scheduled run North 00123'12"~ West, 50.01 feet
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN Gilchrist County, Florida, being more BOGARDE; BARCLAYS BANK OF As Clerk, Circuit Court for 5:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the to the South line of the Southwest 1/4
AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY, particularly described as follows: DELAWARE (SEAL) matter can be heard, in the City of Tren- of the Southeast 1/4 ,of said Section 4;
FLORIDA Commencing at the SW corner of the Defendants BY: L. AYERS ton Community Center, located at 214 SE thence run along the South line of said
CASE NO: 21 -12-000164-CA SEI/4 of the SWI/4 of said Section 7; ________/As Deputy Clerk 3rd Avenue, Trenton, Florida. Copies of Southwest 1/4 of Southeast 1/4, North
JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, thence run N 00'07140" E, along the NOTICEO SL SHD Legal Group P.A. said ordinance may be inspected by any 88'41'48" East, .62 feet to the Point of
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, West line of the SEI/4 of the SW1/4 The Gilchrist County Journal Attorneys for Plaintiff member of the public at the Office of the Beginning.
* Plaintiff, of said Section 7, a distance of 19.96 NOTICE IS GIVEN that, in PO BOX 11438 Clerk/City Manager, Trenton City Hall, TOGETHER WITH an easement for the
VS. feet to the North right-of-way line Of accordance with the Final Judgment of Fort Lauderdale, FL 33339-1438 located ai 114 N. Main Street, Trenton, purpose of the ingress-egress and public
HURAM F. COX; SCHERRY P. COX; Gilchrist County Road No. C-340; Foreclosure dated August 12, 2013, in Telephone: (954) 564-0071 Florida during regular business hours. utilities over and across the following
UNKNOWN TENANT I; UNKNOWN thence S 89*08'55"~ E, along said the above-styled cause, I will sell to the Service E-Mail: answers @shdlegalgroup. On the date, time and place first above described la~d:
TENANT II, and any unknown heirs, right-of-way line, a distance of 396.88 highest and best bidder for cash beginning corn ,mentioned, all interested persons may Commence at the Northwest corner of
devisees, grantees, creditors, and other feet to the Point of Beginning; thence at 11:00 a.m. in front of the south doors Published August 22, 29, 2013b. appear and be heard with respect to the the Northeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of unknown persons or unknown spouses continuing S 89*0815511 E, a distance of the Gilchrist County Courthouse, _______ordinance. Section 9, Township 8 South, Range 16
claiming by, through and under any of of 300.00 feet; thence run N 00*03'50"~ 112 S. Main Street, Trenton, FL 32693 ORDINANCE NO. 2013-04 East, for the Point of Reference; thence
the above-named Defendants, E, a distance of 300 feet; thence run N on September 23, 2013, the following IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH AN ORDINANCE GRANTING To run along the North line of said Section
Defendants. 89*08155"~ W, a distance of 300.00 feet; described property: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DUKE ENERGY FLORIDA, INC. d/ 9, South 88041 '48" West, 0.62 feet to the
_______________/ thence run S 00*0315511 W, a distance A PARCEL OF LAND LYING GILCHIRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA b/a DUKE ENERGY, A NON EXCLU- Point of Beginning. Thence run South
of 300.00 feet to close on the Point of AND BEING IN SECTION 8, PROBATE DIVISION SIVE ELECTRIC UTILITY RIGHTS 88041 '48" West, 30.00 feet; Thence
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Beginning TOWNSHIP 10 SOUTH, RANGE CASE NO. 21 2013 CP 4 OF WAY UTILIZATION FRAN- run South 00'23'12" East, 660.00 feet;
NOTICE is hereby given that the AND: 14 EAST, GILCHLRIST COUNTY, IN RE: The Estate of CHISE; PRESCRIBING THE TERMS thence run North 88'41'48"~ East, 30.00
undersigned Clerk of the Circuit Court, A tract of land known as Tract 4 of A.D. FLORIDA, ALSO KNOWNAS LOT JACK McCOY, AND CONDITIONS RELATED. TO feet; thence run North 00'23' 12" WVest,
Gilchrist County, Florida, will on the DESTIN unrecorded subdivision, being 12, LANCASTER -UNRECORDED Deceased. 'THE OCCUPANCY OF MUNICI- 660.00 feet, to the Point of Beginning.
14 day of October, 2013, at 11:00 a.m in the SEI/4 of the SW1/4 of Section SUBDIVISION, BEING MORE _______________/ PAL STREETS AND RIGHTS OF Pub: August 29, September 5, 2013b.
at the south door of the Gilchrist County, 7, Township 8 South, Range 15 East, PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED~ NOTICE TO CREDITORS WAY IN THE CITY OF TRENTON,
Courthouse in Trenton, Florida, offer Gilchrist County, Florida, being more AS FOLLOWS: COMMENCE AT The administration of the estate of FLORIDA, FOR THE PURPOSE OF
for sale and sell at public outcry to the particularly described as follows: THE NW CORNER OF THE NW JACK McCOY, deceased, whose date of PROVIDING ELECTRIC SERVICE; IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
hight._2_ and bet-bidder- fo -cs, the Comening at the SW cone of the .- 1/4 F THET X SW 1/4 OF SETO eahwsSetme 1012,) is pendin PROVIDINGU FORh SVERABILTYX GICICIRST COUTNTY, FLORIDA


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I, > Tigers defeat Newberry

varsity in Kickoff Classic

JV Tigers struggled against Panthers

Bell's Austin Ritchey pulls several St. Francis Wolves across the goal line for a Bulldog score. Photo by Heather White Photography.

Bulldogs roll over

St. Francis Fri~day i~n The Tigers' defense kept the Panthers on the run as Brandon Lovelace #66, Kenny Deen #11 and Anthony

K ick o ff 0Milito #73 close in on Dejwon Howard for the sack.
By John M Ayers Tigers committed a turnover, that 6:08 remaining in the half.
i c k o f C l a si c '.The Trenton Tigers got off to allowed the Panthers a scoring Newberry's offensive opportunity
good start Friday night, as they opportunity early in this game. was short lived as the Tigers defense defeated the Newberry Panthers Newberry's Alex Wilkens connected continued to force their conditioning By'John M Ayers lager had 56 yards on 9 carries, Bruce a 36-21 lead at the half. The second varsity football team 16-6, in the with Monte Seabrook on a 13-yard on a Panther team that was beginning
The Bell Bulldogs rolled over the Thomas had 54 yards on 4 carries, half was all Bell as the host added 24 first half of the 2013 Kickoff Classic pass and the senior wide receiver to struggle with cramps in the St Francis Wolves Friday night in the and Justin Terry rushed for an aver- points in the third period to ease to a in The Jungle. This Kickoff Classic broke a tackle and ran into the end Friday night heat. Jacquez Powell Bulldog's Kickoff Classic, 60-21. It age of 7.57 yards on 7 carries for 53 60-21 routing of the visiting Wolves, gave high school football fans zone for their only score in the half. commented, "We were in much better was an explosive night for the Bull- yards. Junior Cole White ran for 56 The Bulldogs will defend their 1-0 another opportunity to see. these The Tigers with the football were conditionin this game than Newberry. dogs offense as senior running back yards on 7 rushes for Bell. record Friday, Aug. 30, as they host two teams back on the gridiron. In quick to move into field goal range While the Panthers were living it up
Austin Ritchey, led the hosts with This high scoring game opened 2A Cambridge Christian of Tampa, November 2012, the Tigers and the of their sophomore kicker. Marcus this summer, we were lifting and
312 total yards on 15 carries, scor- with 28 points in the first period, at 7:30 p.m., in the Boneyard. This is Panthers entertained over 3000 fans Mannerstedt attempted a field goal, working hard three nights a week. ing 5 touchdowns and 2 conversions, as Bell and the St Francis Catholic a non-district game for the Bulldogs, in Panther Stadium in the Regional but the wet conditions allowed We are ready to go the distance this Bell's head coach Joey Whittington School were tied, 14-14, at the end and the season opener for the Lanc- playoffs. The Tigers were fortunate the Panthers to get the block. The year," Powell explained. was pleased with the win, as the of the first period. The Bulldogs in- ers. Come out and experience the ex- to seal the deal with a 36-35 overtime Panthers set up their offense in the Trenton's offensive line was Bulldogs are working hard to reach creased their momentum adding 22 citement of the Friday night lights as victory that put them into their first shadow of their goal posts, when managing gaping holes for the Tiger the playoffs in 2013. Bell's John Os- points in the second period, to take the Bulldogs growl in 2013. Class 1A state championship game, time in the first period expired. The running backs on this offensive
against Northview Bratt. Tigers defense continued to make sequence. Smith called on Kenny
The Friday night lights and- the their mark, keeping the Panthers Deen for a big play by the senior booming sounds from the Tiger's offense from breaking a big play. running back. The Tigers line split H e a l h C re e rtii ca io nJungle, adds excitement to the The Tigers stopped a third down and thy defense and Deen parted the
beginning of this 2013 season. The short yardage play and Newberry was Panthers as he ran 52 yards for the 1 T Tigers are working this season on 'forced to punt. The Tigers defense score. Mannerstedt's kick was online
cla sse s o ffe re in L e y Cu "Unfinished Business" to win the continued increasing pressure on the as the Tigers increased their lead to
~ JId.L i strct and earn another trip to the Panthers' offensive line and forced 16-6.
Submitted This program prepares the indi- the Test of Adult Basic Education. state IA playoffs. a long snap over the punters head. In the second half the Newberry
TheColegeof entalFloidaandvidal orwor asa nrsig asitan Stdens ae asoreqire topas a The Captains for the Tigers were: Trenton's #66, Brandon Lovelace IV outscored the young Tigers by 22. Thehe College ofle Central Florid ande uiua forh work asl an nurin asnsan Stuent arent als reqire to-0 pass aon gier Haven Hospice have collaborated to in nursing homes and prepares stu- level two background screening and SehnSih ye alKnycm pwt h ali h n oepit own2-.TeyugTgr
offer a Certified Nursing Assistant dents to take the Florida CNA exam. complete a physical with immuniza- Deen and Jacquez Powell which for the score. An extra point kick were struggling in t his contest as
andHom HelthAie pogrm b- he oure cnsstsof lasrom i- tonsbeoreenrllig.represented the host at the center of failed and the game was tied with they had less than one week of full and Hoe Healh Aid progrm be-The corse cnsistsof clssroothe- fieldbeine thelltossthofithe ncoin.ossTheth10:51. remainingema inng thethhalf,. practice. ,
CFnin L evyCnerd, 14 Rodg er d., ciona exeie. asbptue an il hmet MondHaythog Turdecayil Tigers won the toss. and chose to kick The Tigers defense strangled the On Friday night the lights will come ChiLevynd Aentr info gro ssio avehirmndtr clinical houreneSudn s Dil me. 2Moughy th5rom 4:30spam. to their opponent. The Panthers set Panthers' offense, as they were unable on in Mayo, as the Tigers will play,
abuhie pr normilbhdatio he at Have hsice mandayer clniclhursg t rug 9 ,fo:30 p.m.TorgsefrthHH up their offense behind quarterback to pick up a first down. A Panther punt the always tough, Lafayette County Levyt Cthepra wenesdy Sepdt. 18, at Hm nHopadAe.s classn ao studen p m urgste pass the CNA Alex Wilkens. The Tiger's defense gave the Tigers an opportunity as they Hornets. The Hornets are expected
4:30 penm. Theesay CNAt clas wil mee Monday class. aten ours fee s $189 plus was on a mission, as they knocked gained momentum in this classic, to be one of the top teams in District
4:It ism exctin to haves both agen- through Thursday Oct. 2ors tfeug the Panthers back, forcing them to Smith and his offense were punishing 5 IA this season. Lafayette features
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