Gilchrist County journal

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Gilchrist County journal
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Thetis F. Fisher
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Trenton Fla
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Began in 1933.
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Serving Gilchrist County and Surrounding Area for over 83 Years 207 North Main Street, Trenton, Florida 32693 Vol. 84 No. 21 Phone (352) 463-7135 Fax (352) 463-7393 www.gilchristcountyjournal.net Thursday, October 16, 2014 Price 50 $22.00 A Year In Tri-County Area (Gilchrist, Dixie & Levy Counties), $28.00 Other Areas Of Florida, $32.00 Out Of State October 16, 2014 THE GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL WAS PLACED IN THE MAIL TO ALL SUBSCRIBERS ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. IF IT ARRIVES LATE, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR POSTMASTER. By Carrie A. Mizell A Bell Elementary School coach is on paid administrative leave following an investigation into a September 9 physical altercation with a fellow teacher. Aaron Halter, a 16-year employee of the Gilchrist County School District, has not returned to school following the incident, pending further administrative action. Information on the incident was made public on Thursday, Oct. 9. That included detailed accounts by 5th grade teachers Sandra Carawan and Erin Sanders as to what happened on September 9. Carawan stated that her class was walking to the PE area around 8:25 a.m. after putting backpacks in the cubby and saying the Pledge and Bulldog Pride Promise. Coach Halter told the class that they had to go back to class because they were late. I walked over to the PE area and asked, Whats the problem? Carawan said. Coach Halter told me that he could not have the class coming in after he already started the other class. He said if the class cannot show up on time they need to go back to class and stay in class. I tried to explain that we are supposed to listen to the news BUT Coach Halter stuck his hand out toward my face. So, I turned around and told my class that we would go back to our classroom. Erin Sanders, a fellow 5th grade teacher stated that she and the other 5th grade teachers were getting ready to meet with administration in Sandra Carawans room when Carawan came in from taking her students to wheel. Sandra came into the classroom crying after having her students sit quietly in the hallway, Sanders recalled. When fellow teacher, Rani Rhodes asked what was wrong, Carawan said that Halter had just refused her class, yelled at her for being late and put his hand up when she went to explain. Sanders explained that the news comes on between 8:15 and 8:20 each morning and the classes MUST watch until the Pledge of Allegiance and Bulldog Pride Promise is said by the kids, making the classes a couple minutes late to wheel each day. Carawan went into the bathroom to collect herself, Sanders said, while she and Mrs. Rhodes watched the kids in the hallway while waiting on BES coach remains on paid leave following investigation the meeting with administration to begin. Since we knew that Mrs. Mathe might be a while, I went over to explain to the P.E. coach, Aaron Halter, the situation with the news each morning and why we were late to wheel class, Sanders stated. He was asking what class was present when the kids yelled, Mrs. Rhodes! By away and said that Mrs. Carawans class would be on their way soon. Sanders said that Halter began yelling They will not be! They will not be! To which she responded, Coach, we have to watch the news He started coming toward me and (like bowing up his chest, like trying to chest bump) I said, No, this is not how we are going to talk about this, Sanders recalled. He then yelled, Go back to your classroom! as he shoved me in the other direction. I said, Do not put your hands on me. Sanders said Halter continued shoving her across the court in front of the students. I then said that Mrs. Mathe and yelled, Well see about that! In telling her account of what happened that Tuesday morning, Sanders said she then went up to the about what had happened. On the day the incident occurred, Schauble was never contacted by BES administration about what had transpired. In telling his version of what occurred, Halter said that students in Sandra Carawans class were sent back to class, and then came back with their teacher. The teacher came at her leisure, she was not told, nor requested to come back, Halter stated. Carawan acted as if she wanted to have a Halter recalled telling her to take her class and leave if she couldnt have them at P.E. on time. He then said thats exactly what happened, Apparently Carawan ran her mouth to Sanders, Halter stated. Erin Sanders, who is a 5th grade a heated discussion. I was not having any of that and told her to leave and go back to her classroom. She kept getting closer to me, so I stopped her by putting my hands out, she complained about me touching her and threatened me with the law, I told her, Fine, no problem. Halter recalled. director of human resources for the Gilchrist County School District, and has worked at Bell Middle-High School and Bell Elementary School during his 16 years with the District. Over the course of his employment, Halter has had at least two other issues working at Bell High School when he took a student by the arm and turned him around to go back to his seat. Following the incident Buddy time told Halter, Be aware that at no time should you place your hands on a student unless it is to protect yourself or another student. You must refrain from any physical contact with any student unless it meets the standards set forth by the state board of education as authorized by Florida Statute 232.273. Any further action may result in disciplinary action against you. Later, on February 4, 2009, Halter was working at Bell Elementary School when Michelle Smith, who was principal at the time, reported that he exhibited unsafe behavior in the school parking lot. The principal said that when she arrived at the school at 7 a.m. she heard a vehicle near Bell Elementary with a loud engine. She turned to see it and recognized Halters white truck. Smith said he was driving east on Bell Avenue turning into the front of the BES parking lot. Initially, she said she thought he was pulling in to park, but he continued to drive through the parking lot and circle back to Bell Avenue. Smith said the cycle occurred at least three times and on one occasion, he blew the horn at her as she was waiting for him to stop so that she could speak with him. Out of concern for unusual behavior and safety for students and after he didnt stop and attempted to call him on the cell phone, Smith stated. He did not answer. The principal said she continued to hear a truck engine in the area and she asked Carolyn Thomas to call answer, so she called the Gilchrist Sandra Carawan was also involved in the 2009 incident with Halter. At that time, she said she was turning onto Bell Avenue at the same time Halter was coming across the front of the Bell High School parking lot. I waved to Aaron as I passed by him, Carawan stated. As I passed Aaron, he revved his engine and squealed his tires. I thought he was going to hit me as he came onto the road. He stayed real close behind me until we passed the last portable building. He then backed off and proceeded to Bell Elementary Schools parking lot. Within approximately 5-10 minutes, Halter returned to the BES campus and parked in front of the school. [Assistant Principal] Sherry Lindsey, who had remained in front of the school, walked with me to his vehicle. I asked him if all was ok. He responded that it was none of our d--business. I replied that it was our business because our job was to keep students and staff safe at Bell Elementary and it appeared he was having a bad day. He again said we should not worry about him and that he walked past both Mrs. Lindsey Halter apologized for his behavior and left the campus a short time later. This incident was reported to the Department of Educations Services. After a careful review of Smith, commissioner of education, determined in 2010 that there was no probable cause to pursue disciplinary action against Halters Florida On September 26, 2014 Bible of Professional Practices Services letting them know of Halters latest possible violation of the Florida School Code or State Board of Education rules. In that letter, Bible stated, Mr. Halter has been accused of inappropriate interactions with a colleague including physical altercation. Halter has admitted to this accusation. Following the incident, Halter was immediately removed from his teaching position and placed on suspension during an administrative investigation that was held September 9-11. Halter was then observed by Superintendent Robert Rankin in his regular teaching position for one full day, September 12. Since then he has been on paid administrative leave, pending further administrative action. On September 26, 2014 Superintendent Robert Rankin wrote Halter a letter stating, This letter constitutes in writing the particulars of our discussion held at the district was explained to you the behavior you displayed on September 9, 2014 towards another teacher was unacceptable. The day after the incident Superintendent Rankin met with discussed with him conduct unbecoming, which is inappropriate interactions with a colleague, a physical altercation. When asked how long Aaron Halter will remain on paid leave before any administrative action is taken, whether that means his employment is terminated, or he returns to BES as a coach, School Board attorney Lindsey Lander would only say, This is a process that has to work itself out. Fanning Springs will have a new mayor By Carrie A. Mizell Voters want change in the Fanning Springs city government. That was made clear on Tuesday, Oct. 7 when the largest voter turnout in city history was reported. Incumbent Cheryl Nekola received just 37 votes in her bid for reelection as Fanning Springs mayor, a position she has held for eight years. Challenger Rodger Nogaki garnered the most support with 109 who was also seeking election as mayor, got 22 votes. The citys new mayor will be determined on Tuesday, Nov. 4 when Nogaki and Lancaster square off in a run-off election. Voters will also have the opportunity to elect a representative to serve on council seat 4. Incumbent Whitney Stoney Smith garnered 96 votes in last weeks election. Smiths challenger Ron Queen received 86 votes, so they will also run-off on November 4. City Clerk Shelia Watson reported that 242 residents cast a ballot in last weeks election, which is the largest voter turnout on record in the City of Fanning Springs. Rodger Nogaki Howell Trip Lancaster Submitted To the Citizens of Gilchrist County, my name is Marion Pointevint and I County Commissioner District 4, as a Republican. I am a conservative Christian, my husband Edgar and I have 2 children and 4 grandchildren and 2 great-granchildren. We are formally from the Central Florida area where we raised our family. We think the people of Gilchrist County are the most friendly and nicest people we have ever met. We have owned a home in NE Gilchrist County for over 40 years and have come to love the area very much. Our family and friends have enjoyed all the County has to offer. We became permanent residents of this beautiful county over 12 years ago when we retired. We have experienced many changes in the County over the years and I feel I Poitevint running for county commissioner, district 4 am the best candidate as I have an extensive business background for over 30 years. I support the Free Market and would like to help create a pro business environment that would attract new industry and good jobs to our county while keeping our rural atmosphere so our young people can work and live here in Gilchrist County. It would be an honor to be your County Commissioner and serve all of the people of Gilchrist County. If anyone would like to talk to me, please feel free to call or e-mail me. I would like to meet and talk to everyone and hear what your concerns are, because as your County Commissioner, your concerns will be my concerns. I will be here to serve you always. As a conservative pro business would appreciate your help, support and vote in November. Thank you and God Bless! E-mail: mcp1940@windstream.net Telephone: (386) 935-0523 Marion Pointevint Students recognized for perfect FCAT scores Congratulations Gilchrist County students who received a perfect FCAT sore. Pictured front row, left to right, Maddox Gilliam, TES (Reading and Math); Savanna Capps, TES (Reading); Brianna Becker, TES (Writing); Cassidy Pinner, BES (Reading); Jenna Molzen, BES (Math); Caleb Evans, BES (Math); Jack Denny, BHS (Reading); Kiara Cobb, BES (Math). Middle row, left to right: Sara Gartin, BHS (Reading); Robin Small, THS (Reading); Tiffany Matheny, THS (Reading); Dakota Horlocker, THS (Reading); Brandon Hicks, THS (Reading); Rebecca Head, THS (Writing); Benjamin Crane, THS (Writing). Back row, School Board attorney Lindsey Lander, Superintendent Robert Rankin, School Board members Julie Thomas, Michelle Walker-Crawford, Bob Clemons and Deen Lancaster. G I L C H R I S T C O U N T Y G O E S P I N K F O R B R E A S T C A N C E R A W A R E N E S S M O N T H Friday, Oct. 17

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Page Two THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2014 GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL Gilchrist County Journal USPS-218-620 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY IN GILCHRIST COUNTY, 207 N. MAIN TRENTON, FLORIDA Less than 75% advertising We reserve the right to shorten articles, letters, etc. and delete any part or leave out in its entirety if we judge such to be offensive. SUBSCRIPTION RATES $22.00 A Year In Tri-County Area $28.00 All Other Areas In Florida $32 Out Of State CARRIE AYERS MIZELL EDITOR Cindy Jo Ayers, Mark Schuler, Beverly Langford, Cindy Sheffield, and Chris Rogers ASSISTANTS Entered as Periodicals at the Post Office at Trenton, Florida, under the act of March 3, 1879. POSTMASTER Please Send Address Change To: Gilchrist County Journal, 207 N. Main Street, Trenton, Florida 32693 JOHN MIN AYERS II PUBLISHER Community Events The 1st Annual River Rummage will be held on Saturday, Nov. 8, 2014, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. There will be antiques, uniques and Bell. Vendors and crafters are needed. River Rummage will be Nov. 8 Alachua Harvest Festival The Alachua Business League, Inc. will hold the 24th Annual Alachua chua on Sunday, Oct. 19, 2014, from college scholarships. There will be musicians at two stages all day long, arts, craft ven dors, and lots of food! Sheriff Bobby Schultz and the Gil Youth Ranches, on Saturday, Oct. The family fun event will be held There will be games, free activities, All of the monies raised will be do Ranch, which helps at risk youth by giving them direction, ability and hope for the future. Gilchrist Fun Fest is Oct. 25 Pageant. This event will serve a dual purpose be awarded and the funds raised from There will be multiple categories which will divide groups by age ranging from infant to 18 years old. The dress for contestants is formal and there is a $40 entry fee that must be submitted with application by The event is open and free for spectators. debbie.destin@forvets.us. Miss Otter beauty pageant Tide Tables For The Week of 10/16 to 10/22 for the mouth of the Suwannee River The Bell Pumpkin Patch is brought p.m., and on Saturday from 8 a.m. to pumpkin of your choice. Day. We will have games for the kids, fall photo opportunities, also snow cones for everyone! All proceeds go to help those who are in need in our local community. With God all things are possible! 2nd Annual Bell Pumpkin Patch On Thursday, Sept. 18, the Gilchrist preschool program. The program is suitable for children music, activities, storytime, crafts and a lot of fun. This is a great way to help children prepare for school and meet new friends. The program will be held every a.m. and will run through December 18. Preschool library program race scare you, we are encouraging individuals, students, and families to participate in this event to raise money for a good cause The Rotary to hold Adventure Race Dear Journal Subscriber, As an added convenience to you, the renewal date for your subscription has been printed alongside your address. You may renew your paper at any time during the year. If your paper is past due, you will receive a postcard bill in your mail. We just wanted to bring this to your attention to save on postage costs and to eliminate any chance of a subscription becoming delinquent. Thank you for your business. On Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014, the Suwannee River Post 422 will hold a decorations, kitchen items, bedding/ blankets, furniture and much more. The sale starts at 8 a.m. and will go until everything is sold!! Sons Squadron will also be accepting space is limited so come early. Hot dogs and hamburgers will be available for sale. Proceeds of the sale will go to the support YOUR local Veterans Post. The time is changing, weather is cooling, our spirits are lifting, Santa will be packing his sleigh for our delight. Santa will visit the Town of Bell The town will show him the way when we light up the town of Bell at by our local businesses. December 5th December 6th opens at 8 a.m. Pictures with Santa 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Parade Starts at 2 p.m. Any business interested in participating in the Bell Lighting funded by donations from our local businesses. Awareness Trail Ride fundraiser will be held on October 18 at the There will be a trail ride, poker lunch with all proceeds going to lunch ticket. at www.levycountyhorseclub.com or email us at Branford. preparation for our 3rd Annual members and friends will be checking in their entries for the show. to see the whole display. We will be Saturday, and tallying ballots for the the 3rd Thursday of each month are an eclectic group of photo consummate professional to rank amateur! will be entering to win, while most will be participating to challenge themselves. This event will begin in Springs you will get into a kayak or canoe, and the race will end with a 3 mile run through Hart Springs Park. to participate. Place awards will be presented for those that complete the entire race. weather, have some fun, and support this great cause. Breast Cancer Awareness Trail Ride is October 18 AmVets Ladies Auxiliary to hold Yard/Bake Sale Oct. 18 Branford Camera Club to meet October 16 Bell Christmas Parade will be Dec. 6 During the month of October and concluding in November, Turning interweave. interactive evening will be offered concluding with a celebration and a meal, on Sunday, Nov 9. Trenton. information you may need. Native American Awareness The Annual Open House at the old the public for free on Saturday night You can have a history and ghost hunt tour for the evening. We will be will be given out to all the visitors. whole family. Annual Open House at old Gilchrist County Jail is October 25 SPANN'S Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. 463-6440 SALES SERVICE INSTALLATION Manual D & J and Energy Forms Mobile Homes / Houses / Business Locally Owned & Operated "Our Customers Come First" Located on Hwy. 129 LICENSED & INSURED RA 0029414 Serving the Tri-County Area Since 1975 Air Conditioning & Heating WOLFE PLUMBING, INC. Guaranteed Plumbing Service Drain Cleaning, Repairs, Leak Detection, New Construction 7-Day Service 352-463-2202 386-935-0616 Lic # CFC051621 Senior & Veteran Discounts VOTE CONSERVATIVE! Paid by D. Ray Harrison, Jr., Republican for County Commission Dist. 2 VOTE CONSERVATIVE! COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 2 (Vote for One) D. Ray Harrison, Jr. John A. Yencho REP DEM The monthly meeting for the American Legion Post 91 will be held sharp. Please try to attend. American Legion Post 91 The month of October has been a busy one for all of us at Ayers Health only are we getting into the hustle we are spending quality time with fundraising. We have been fundraising for a charity very close to our hearts here at Ayers, the support of ending have been very involved with several of our events. Our bake sale was a hit for all, some very yummy desserts going on as well. As you visit or were bought by many with loving quotes written on the petals. Our we welcome all who would want to also be announcing the winner of of the cake walk. Remember this is a charity to make others aware of how this disease has an impact on our residents and many others. our loved ones and and their loved ones as well. So as you visit us here at Ayers, you will see people wearing purple, walking for cakes and having the 20th of this month, so bring your and support us and this charity by purchasing a bowl of chili or to taste you so much for all your support! Do not bring guns to class. The class is November 1, 2014 and of High Springs on Poe Springs Rd. 4844. Concealed Weapons/ Firearms Safety Class p.m. The meeting will be held at the Gilchrist Leagues to meet Oct. 20 Andrews. Dr. Andrews will be speaking about the history of the SCV, Camp 770 will meet October 21 The Levy Gilchrist Retired planned for the year. We need YOU stay for lunch. Levy Gilchrist Retired Educators to meet Oct. 20 countries and territories. In our area, several organizations, individuals and churches are actively involved in efforts to collect shoe are distributed all over the world, and for some of these children this ever received. thru Saturday, Nov. 22. On Sunday, area collected over 21,000 shoe you and your children involved with this wonderful ministry. This year gifts, which have been packed and distributed, since 1993. It truly is better to give than receive! If you desire additional Department will hold its monthly Pancake Breakfast on October 18, We welcome you and hope to see 129. Pancake Breakfast Ayers Health & Rehab News Operation Christmas Child

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GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL Page Three THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2014 By Cindy Jo Ayers Nightly Screams at Otter Springs has brought laughs and screams to many visitors at the Springs. The hayride through the forest with its creatures and features leads you to two haunted buildings that never fail to frighten and amaze. The final event through the asylum of the criminally insane will raise the hair on your neck. Come and join us for the fright of your life October 17, 18, 24, 25, and November 1 from 8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., you will not be sorry you did. We recommend that children under 8 be accompanied by parents. Gilchrist County Emergency Management to hold the next free to the public CPR COURSE on Saturday, Oct. 18 The Gilchrist County Emergency Management Department will offer it's fourth free CPR class to the public on Satur day, Oct. 18, 2014 from 9:30am to 2pm at the Gilchrist County Emergency Operations Center located at 3250 N. US Hwy 129 in Bell. The course will have a strict limit of 30 students and will be on a first come first serve basis. Students may be of any age as long as they are able to understand the material and perform the hands on portion of the course. Students under the age of 18 will be required to have a signed consent form filled out by a parent or guardian. Forms are available by contacting Director David Peaton. Students that wish to obtain a two year CPR certification card may obtain one by passing a written test and paying a $5 card fee at the end of the course. Again, space is limited to the first 30 students that register and the class will require a minimum of 10 students. For more information or to reserve your seat contact the Gilchrist County Director of Emergency Management, David Peaton at 386-935-5400, toll free at 1-866-751 1728, or email at dpeaton@gilchrist.fl.us. HELP SAVE A LIFE TODAY. 1000s OF USED TIRES IN STOCK Any Size You Need, Theres A Good Chance We Have It! CALL 352-463-8448 Like us on Facebook TireWarehouse The girls and I got a little carried away last weekend for Allie Claires big birthday trip to Atlanta. We traveled to North Point Mall in Alpharetta, Georgia for the American Girl store in celebration of Allies 6th birthday. Carrie and Adam gave Allie the choice of a traditional party at home with little friends, or a trip to the American Girl store for a doll. Allie Claire has wanted one of the dolls for a long time, but her parents have been putting her off, waiting for her to get old enough to take good care of the doll. She chose the American Girl doll, so off we went on Friday morning. Our trip was a lot of fun and we all really enjoyed it. The American Girl people truly know how to do up a birthday party. Allies new doll was given a booster seat and a tea cup and saucer so she could have lunch with us at the stores bistro. It really was cute and a very special memory that no grandmother would want to miss. As you have likely guessed by now, the girls in our family get some kind of excited about a trip and what started out as an overnight trip to Atlanta turned into a weekend trip. After the party, we still had half a day for some fall fun, so we headed north to Blue Ridge, Georgia. We shopped the small shops down by the railroad tracks in the heart of town, which is located just on the edge of the Smoky Mountains. The leaves were just beginning to turn and we saw several trees in the quaint downtown area that were bursting with beautiful fall color. When you looked out across the mountains you could see orange and gold trees scattered amongst the green trees. Before we left town we made a quick trip to Mercier Orchards to bring back a bag or two of apples. If you have ever visited Mercier Orchards you know it is a really busy place in the fall. The apples are always so good, we dont mind on a fall visit. We left the mountains and headed toward home on Saturday afternoon. Our last night was spent in Woodstock, Georgia which is just a little north of Atlanta. We checked into our hotel and I suggested that we go look downtown for a locally owned restaurant. We try to eat local when we can and we have found that many Georgia towns have good locally-owned restaurants. We found Woodstock alive and well when we drove downtown about 7 p.m. The town had four or booming business. Several live bands were playing at restaurants scattered in the downtown area. It was a fun evening, as the music and nice people made for a wonderful atmosphere. After dining on really good pizza at Fire Stone Wood Fired Pizza we walked slowly down the sidewalk toward our car, which was on the other end of the downtown area. We were looking in the windows of several cute shops and boutiques and started noticing that several were still open at 8 p.m. Wow, shopping at night, how fun! One of the sweet young women who was running a boutique we really liked called Be You...On Purpose, said that staying open late was part of their downtown revitalization program to bring business back to the area. So, we had a really good time shopping several downtown shops before heading to our hotel. We noticed a lot of children running around as their parents sat on benches and outside restaurants visiting with friends while enjoying the music. All in all, it was just a fun atmosphere, in a good way, with the music, friendly people, and cool fall weather. Sometimes when traveling its the unexpected things like spending the evening in Old Town Woodstock that make for a fun trip. The next morning we drove back downtown to see what we had missed in the dark. We noticed a tea room, cupcake shop, antiques shops, interior design shops, a book store, jewelry boutique, a quilt store, yarn store and much, much more. Carrie and I decided that next time we have some extra time near Atlanta we will go back to Woodstock in the daytime and explore the town, which seemed to have a lot to offer during the day as well as on Friday and Saturday nights when some shops are open until 9 in the evening. Oh, what fun we had on Allies special birthday trip, coming home with apples, pecans and Allies new baby doll, Kittredge. Cinnamon Apple Coffee Cake 1 stick butter plus 1 tablespoon butter, softened 1 1/2 cups packed light brown sugar 2 large eggs, room temperature 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 cup sour cream, room temperature 1/4 cup milk, room temperature 1 teaspoon pure vanilla 2 to 2-1/2 cups peeled and chopped apples (cooking apples such as Granny Smith) Cinnamon Crumb Topping 1/2 cup packed light brown sugar 4 tablespoons butter, softened 1/2 cup chopped pecans Mix all the topping ingredients with fork or by hand and set aside. Preheat oven to 350 degrees, grease 9x13 baking pan or glass baking dish. To make cake batter cream butter Add eggs one at a time and beat on medium speed until blended well. before measuring) and put in small bowl then add soda, cinnamon and salt, stir together. Add vanilla to the cake batter once it is beaten in add milk then 1/4 cream. Remove mixing bowl and stir in apples. Spread batter evenly into greased pan or dish. Sprinkle crumb topping over top of cake as evenly as possible and bake for 35 to 45 minutes. Check cake by sticking with toothpick to see if it is done. When toothpick comes out clean cake is done. Enjoy warm cake and a cup of hot coffee in the morning or as a snack anytime. Note: You could replace cinnamon with apple pie spice in this recipe. Thanksgiving Day is celebrated in the United States of America when many friends and families sit down to a bountiful feast and give thanks for our freedoms and opportunities as developed by the wisdom of our Founders. While all citizens are guaranteed freedom, we have an opportunity to help those in need to celebrate our day of Thanksgiving. Thanks to the continued generous contributions of area businesses and residents, the GSV will be able, once again, to provide Thanksgiving turkeys and all the 18th. year. This year, the GSV will focus on families with school age or younger children. The four schools and service organizations provide lists of eligible families in order to ensure that the distribution is made to those most in need. Since the focus is on children, there will be an alternative to provide a Thanksgiving dinner to single individuals and couples. The Trenton Community Nazarene Church has offered to provide a Thanksgiving dinner at the Trenton Community Center for those in need, but without school age or younger children. You may call (352) 463-1057 and ask for Denise who will send you a ticket to the event. This is necessary in order to get a head count and the number of turkeys needed. Please do not wait until the last minute to call. PLEASE DO NOT CALL THE SHERIFFS OFFICE. This is a Sheriffs Volunteers program and if you have extenuating circumstances, have a special request, or questions, please call our Director, Milli Blalock, at (352) 463-6570. She will do her best to assist you. Turkey distribution dates and times will be announced at a later date. If any business or former contributor did not receive a letter of appeal, you may mail a check payable to the GSV Food Drive and mail it to P.O. Box 1235, Trenton, FL 32693. Help local families have a anksgiving dinner Happy Birthday wishes to Lucille Watson, Reggie Spears, Jr., Sharon Lancaster, James Rome, II, Juanita Roberts and Mary Myers on October 16th; Regina Spralding and Melissa Bone on October 17th; Ashia Henry Lewis Burnham and Julie Watson on October 18th; Sandy Zimmerman and Lydia Cook on October 19th; Peggy Keeling, Shannon Spears Rodriguez, Ricky Slaughter, Marsha Cook and Billy Philman on October 20th; Lee Bishop, Kim Bishop, Dexter Gay, A. J. Watson and Clare Watson on Oc tober 21st; Joe Langford and Bruce McElroy on October 22nd. Happy Anniversary wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ferris, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Bishop and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Colson on October 18th; Mr. and Mrs. Keith Clifton on October 19th; Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Martin on Octo ber 20th; Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Myers on October 21st. Socials Attention THS Marching Band/ Color Guard Alumni The THS Marching Band invites you to our annual Alumni Night on October 24 for the Trenton Homecoming game. You will be playing stands music (not marching). Call time at the band room will be 4:30 p.m. on October 24. There will be a refresher practice session at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 21 in the THS band room. Music can be made available ahead of time. You are also invited to ride in the homecoming parade on our Roberts Long at (352) 210-3677 for more information.

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Page Four GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2014 Heart Matters By Angie Land (One Block Past Otter Springs Resort) Sunday School 10 am Sunday Morning Worship 11am Sunday Evening Worship 6 pm Wednesday Bible Study 7 pm Pine Grove Baptist Church 16655 N. W. CR-339 Trenton, Florida 32693 352-463-2151 www.pgbcfl.net Sunday School ............................................................ 9:15 a.m. Worship Service ........................................................ 10:30 a.m. Evening Worship ......................................................... 6:00 p.m. Wednesday Night Services: Kids Konnection ......................................................... 6:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Youth, College & Career ..................... 6:30 p.m. ~ Nursery provided for all services ~ Dr. Greg Douglas, Senior Pastor Pastor Rickey Whitley, Assoc. Pastor/Youth Pastor Emanuel Harris, Education/Children/Music Pastor Jared Douglas, Collegiate/Missions Come join us! Meeting every Wednesday evening at 7:00 pm. Sunday Services 1st & 3rd Sunday of every month, breakfast @ 10am Service @ 10:30am. At River Cross Cowboy Church our purpose is to share Gods love with people who live or love the country, cowboy lifestyle. No walls, no pews. Just bring a chair if you have one, and come as you are! Go to www.rivercrosscowboychurch.org for more information or visit us on Facebook. We meet at 4050 US Hwy 129, Trenton, FL 32619. Bethel Baptist Church Bible Study 9:45 a.m. Sunday Worship 11 a.m. & 6 p.m. Prayer & Discipleship Wed. 7 p.m. Youth Praise & Worship Wed. 6:30 p.m. Awana Program Wed. 5:45 p.m. Pastor: Stephen Ahrens Music Minister: Rick Reed Youth Director: Aaron Bachle 352-463-2028 7070 S.W. CR-334A Trenton, FL 326 93 "Committed to living and sharing the message of God's love." bethelit@bellsouth.net www.bethelbaptisttrentonfl.com Church News Come Join us for REVIVAL at Priscilla Baptist Church 5509 West CR-232 Bell, Florida preaching by Evangelist Randy Peters beginning Sunday, Nov. 2 11 am and 6 pm, continuing nightly at 7 pm thru Wednesday, Nov. 5 Special Music in every service for more information 463-1562 VOTE CONSERVATIVE! Paid by D. Ray Harrison, Jr., Republican for County Commission Dist. 2 VOTE CONSERVATIVE! COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 2 (Vote for One) D. Ray Harrison, Jr. John A. Yencho REP DEM When someone is really important to us, we will go to great lengths to be with them, or even just to see them or hear their voice. A young man recently told me about how his girlfriend, who is not a morning person, came out at 7 a.m. to cheer him on in a 5K he was running. Going out of her way to be there was a loud and clear statement to him that he is valuable to her! A Samaritan Woman shared a similar experience as Jesus contradicted the cultural norm between the Jews and So He (Jesus) came to a town in Samaria called Sychar, near the plot of ground Jacob had given to his son Joseph. Jacobs well was there, and Jesus, tired as He was from His journey, sat down by the well. It was about the sixth hour. When a Samaritan woman came to draw water, Jesus said to her, Will you give me a drink? (His disciples had gone into the town to buy food.) The Samaritan woman said to Him, You are a Jew and I am a Samaritan woman. How can you ask me for a drink? (For Jews do not associate with Samaritans.) John 4:5-9 As the writer of this gospel, John was inspired by the Holy Spirit to tell us of the prejudice between the Jews and Samaritans that we may see beyond the surface of what is taking place. One thing is certain; the Scriptures do not condone prejudice the condition that was present. Jesus went out of His way to pursue her despite this condition. means to pre-judge. This happens when we arrive at an opinion of a person, or group of people, without any input on their part. This being the case, the origins of prejudice can usually be traced to the past. In II records the Assyrian conquer and resettlement of the nation of Israel by bringing in people from many other countries. This mixture of people came to be known as Samaritans and was despised by the Jews, so much so that the typical travel routes involved going the long way around the region of Samaria, avoiding the area at all costs. to discuss, because it often evokes strong emotions. However, it is unlikely that any of us avoid stopping by the store for fear of bumping into a Samaritan, so this passage can help us look at prejudice a little more objectively. Here are a few truths we Prejudice is a waste of time and energy. Prejudice may not cause us to travel completely around an entire town, but it will never work for the building up of the kingdom of God. Sadly, we have all witnessed evidence of how it works against it. Prejudice never travels alone; pride and fear are constant companions. Consider why prejudice demands isolation. If we get to know someone personally, those pre-judged ideas become harder to justify. Walking with Christ will expose any prejudice in our thinking. In the parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke issue of a Samaritan being the neighbor to the Jew. It is Gods desire that none should perish, but that all will have eternal lifeprejudice gets in the way by preventing the spread of the gospel to everyone. As we seek to walk with Christ, lets make sure we only go out of our way to pursue, not avoid, because every heart matters... Collection for a nativity scene Lets give Grace Ministry an early Christmas! We would love to display a large Nativity Scene at Grace Ministry Thrift Store in Bell. We are located directly across from Town Hall. Please consider helping us raise funds to make it possible. It is the one sold at Hobby Lobby. Drop off contributions at the thrift store or mail to Grace Ministry, Post Joppa Baptist Church to hold annual Fall Festival Joppa Baptist Church would like to invite you and your family to our annual Fall Festival on October 25 food, fellowship, games, music and preaching! Everything is free! Please come out and join us as we celebrate the Lord! Joppa is located at 165th Hunters Breakfast at Spring Ridge Church Come to Spring Ridge Church Outdoor Pavilion on Saturday, November 8, from 5 a.m. to 10 a.m., west of High Springs for a Hunters Breakfast. Donations accepted, but not required. Great Day in concert at Mt. Nebo Baptist Church Great Day will be performing at Mt. Nebo Baptist Church. This is a wonderful Southern Gospel Group from Mt. Dora. Their ministry is dedicated to serving the Lord and spreading the Word of God through song. A Love Offering will be taken. We invite the community to come join us for a wonderful time of celebration. Mt. Nebo is located three miles For more information you may night at 6 p.m. United Methodist Men to host spaghetti dinner The United Methodist Men will host a spaghetti dinner with all the 7 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of the First United Methodist Church at 707 donation is $8 for adults and all take in for FREE. This meal includes awesome spaghetti, salad, rolls (best No reservations needed. Just come on in and have a good time and a great meal. For more information call Richard and Liz Ellis, of New berry, and Don and Mary Ricard, of Trenton, are proud to announce the engagement and forthcoming wed ding of their children, Kristy Ellis and Chris Ricard. at Plantation Hall in Haile Plantation Ellis Ricard to wed Travis Wade Whitney, 26, and Brittany Nicole Price, 21, both of Trenton, were married on October 6, 2014, by Cynthia A. Chadwick, no tary public. Christopher Andrew Rogers, 40, ried October 4, 2014, by F. Patrick Bible, minister. Roy Harrison Boyette, Jr., 47, of Old Town, and Chelsey Rebecca har, notary. Austin Trey Smith, 22, and Amber Renea Nolin, 22, both of Trenton, were married October 4, 2014, by Kenneth E. Campbell, minister. Casey Justin Randall, 24, and Kris were married October 10, 2014, by Cynthia A. Chadwick, notary public. James Leon Bishop, 68, and Helen ry, were married October 10, 2014, Siobhan Elizabeth Kelly, 28, both married October 7, 2014, by Rever end Sarah Ann Sparks. of Gainesville, were married Octo notary. Marriages led in Gilchrist County Trenton Rotary Club The Trenton Rotary Club was happy to induct new member, Leigh Cangelosi, at its lunch meeting October 6, 2014. Leigh resides in Gilchrist County and is an attorney based in High Springs. Her sponsor was Gilchrist County Judge Sheree Lancaster and the induction was performed by retired Gilchrist County Judge and Past District Governor of Rotary, Ed Philman. Also pictured is Rotary president Lindsey Lander. By Geneva Cornwell Loyalty is the character trait for this month. The description of loyalty is my commitment to those I serve. Because loyalty involves service it also must demonstrate encouragement toward others in hard times, pointing out the good in others, and honoring ones country, as well. the quality or state of being faithful to a person or institution to whom ones a person to that to which he/she is loyal. The Character Council of Gilchrist County is pleased to introduce its choice as personality of the month. Mrs. Lorrie Akin has proven her loyalty in so many aspects of life as a wife, mother, community activist, and employee at the Trenton Library. Akin is committed to doing anything she is asked to do and sees it through until the end. Akin believes that everyone reaps what they have sown. During the interview, she shared, If loyalty is what I desire from others, then I must demonstrate it myself. She mentioned that recently she heard some negative talk about a leader of a civic organization, in which she volunteers. She felt that she needed to be loyal by being submissive to the leadership of this person, by defending that leadership. She mentioned, I believe that submitting to leadership is a test of loyalty. Akin added the following wise is a displacement of values to loyalty. The attitude is, when the going gets tough, move on. This current trend has caused the breakdown in marriages, in the family, in the church, and in all kinds of relationships. Loyalty is so important to Mrs. Akin that she added, When someone offends me, the best way to be loyal to my convictions is to forgive them, and then by not giving up on the offender, for there may be something good which can come out of the offence which has been forgiven. The Character Council holds its meeting every 4th Tuesday, 10 a.m. at the Trenton Library meeting room. Anyone interested in attending is cordially invited. For more details, Lorrie Akin Personality of the Month

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2014 GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL Page Five Bell Bulldogs Player of the Week Photo by Donny Joiner Photography River Lundy #1 Sophomore Outside Linebacker Quarterback Trenton Tigers Player of the Week Marcus Mannerstedt #8 BELL ELEMENTARY 10/16 3:00pm AR Afternoon 10/16 3:00pm Chorus 10/17 End of 1st 9wks 10/20 Teacher Workday/Student Holiday 10/20 3:00pm Archery BELL HIGH SCHOOL 10/16 4/5/6 pm MS/JV/V volleyball game vs/Chiefland @Chiefland 10/17 End of 1st 9wks 10/17 Varsity Football OPEN 10/20-10-31 FFA Turkey & Ham Fundraiser 10/20-10/21 Volleyball Districts @Bronson 10/20 Teacher Workday/Student Holiday 10/20 8:00am Golf Regionals @Chiefland TRENTON HIGH SCHOOL 10/16 6 pm Cross Country vs. Newberry 10/17 End of 1st 9 weeks 10/17 7:30 pm Varsity Football vs Hawthorne Hawthorne 10/20 8 am Regional Golf Tournament Chiefland 10/20 Teacher Work dayStudent Holiday 10/20-24 TBA Varsity Volleyball Districts Bronson 10/21 High-Q vs. Chiefland THS www.gilchristschools.schoolfusion.us CALENDAR OF EVENTS Gilchrist County Superintendents Office 1-800-884-9131 Transportation Office 1-800-833-5702 GOSPEL MEETING Located at BETHEL CHURCH OF CHRIST County Road 313; Bell, Florida 32619 Speaker: Brother Lloyd Barker, from Birmingham, Alabama You are invited to a October 12 October 17 Sunday Classes at 10 a.m. Lesson at 11 a.m. Evening Lesson at 7:30 p.m. Monday Friday at 7:30 p.m. VOTE CONSERVATIVE! Paid by D. Ray Harrison, Jr., Republican for County Commission Dist. 2 VOTE CONSERVATIVE! COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 2 (Vote for One) D. Ray Harrison, Jr. John A. Yencho REP DEM The Bell FFA Alumni & FFA Chapters thank the community for their support of the Annual Shin-dig and Cake Auction 2014. All proceeds to be used for scholarships and other FFA activities throughout the year. CAKE WINNERS Senior Division Theme: Great Outdoors 1st Molly Falk, 2nd -Waylon Weeks 3rd Madison Holder Honorable mentionMontana Langford Junior Division Theme: Great Outdoors 1st -Zach Barron 2nd-Dakota Smith 3rdEmma Curley HonorableVanessa Merle FFA Division theme Winners 1st-Kailey Roux 2nd Chloe Hellyer CAKE BUYERS School Board Member Bob and Wanda Clemons Janet Bradley Sheriff Bobby Schultz County Commissioner D Ray Harrison School Board Christy and Michael McElroy County Commissioner Kenrick Thomas County Commissioner Sharon Langford Gina and Bart Geiger County Commissioner, John R Thomas Superintendent Rob Rankin Palms Medical Group Floyd and Kathy Underhill Akins BBQ Representative Keith Perry Todd Gray Debbie Jones Blazin R Fencing Myles Bradley Capital City bank Matthew George Jason and Kristie DeMartino Patty Williams Hometown Realty Pictured front row, left to right: Cody Norton, Matthew George, Austin Polk, Brooks Parrish, Emily Horlocker, and Lauren Roberts. Back row, left to right, School Board attorney Lindsey Lander, Superintendent Robert Rankin, and School Board members Bob Clemons, Julie Thomas, Michelle Walker-Crawford, and Deen Lancaster. Several Trenton FFA members were recognized by the Gilchrist County School Board for their accomplishments during the State FFA Convention this past June. Lori Harrison, Hunter Parrish, Katie Quincey, and Asheton Sanchez were recognized for earning the coveted American FFA Degree, and Erin Jones, Austin Polk, and Amanda Williams were recognized for earning their State FFA Degree. Members of the Sr. chapter dairy team, Austin Polk, Erin Jones, Amanda Williams, and Cody Norton, were recognized for placing 5th in the state Dairy contest. Matthew George and Brooks Parrish were recognized for placing 4th in the state ornamental horticulture demonstration career development event with their demonstration on Daylily production. Emily Horlocker was recognized for being a state winner in the Alumni Essay contest, What Does FFA Mean to Me? Josh in the Special Animal Production honey bees and honey production, and Erin Jones in the Poultry Production with poultry production and was announced the state winner in the Specialty area for her work with green peanut production. Matthew George was named as the Nursery the end of the summer National FFA named Matthew a national top four participate in interviews during the National FFA Convention later this month in Louisville, Kentucky to determine the national winner. Austin Polk, who is a 2014 Trenton High School graduate, was recognized for being named the 2014-2015 Area II State Vice-President. School Board recognizes Trenton FFA members September 8 found Kathys All some of our favorite people when our grandparents came to eat lunch with us in celebration of Grandparents Day. We had around 50 grandparents join us. Two of our young men had the honor of having their GreatGrandparents with them. Jackson Philman and his grand parents, Tommy and Karen Philman and his greatgrand mother, Alma Carmi chael. Kayson Langford, his grandmother Sheila and his great-grand mother and great-grandfa ther Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dean. Grandparents celebrated at Kathys All Things Preschool

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2014 GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL Page Six Poll of the Week Go to gilchristcountyjournal.net to vote on this weeks poll question: They say its haunted. With Halloween just a few weeks away, would you tour the old Gilchrist County Jail on October 25 in hopes of seeing a ghost? Want More Jobs in Gilchrist County? VOTE YES on the November Ballot for Temporary! Tailored! Targeted! Tax Incentives For Growing Businesses Town Hall Meeting October 20 6 p.m. 7 p.m. Trenton Library For more information, visit gilchrist..us Vote YES for Economic Development Tax Exemptions is advertisement by the Gilchrist County Economic Development Advisory Committee October 13, 2014 Notice To: Scotty J. Davidson Post Office Box 826, Bell, Florida 32619 Patricia L. McGoldrick 5310 SW 53rd Lane, Trenton, Florida 32693 You are potentially ineligible to register to vote. After this published date, you will have 30 days to respond, to determine your eligibility by the Supervisor. This could result in the removal of your name from the statewide voter registration system. 98.075(7), F.S. If further assistance is needed, please contact the Supervisor at 352-463-3194 or 1-800-471-8083. Supervisor of Elections Connie D. Sanchez Perfect Score FCAT Writing. FILL DIRT ETC. 386-362-9760 VOTE CONSERVATIVE! Paid by D. Ray Harrison, Jr., Republican for County Commission Dist. 2 VOTE CONSERVATIVE! COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 2 (Vote for One) D. Ray Harrison, Jr. John A. Yencho REP DEM CASSIDY HEAT & AIR 352-498-3387 We Service, Install, and Maintain All Brands and Oer 24-Hr Service. FREE ESTIMATES ON REPLACEMENT $55 First Time Client Service Call By John M Ayers The Trenton Tigers left no doubt who was the dominant Class 1A foot half forcing the Indians to request a running clock to speed up this nondistrict battle. The 35-8 score was no indication of just how one sided the Tigers made this game appear in their dians. The Tigers Marcus Manner stedt was the Player of the Game. Trentons Kade Rogers was awarded the Hit Man as the junior defensive end had 9 tackles in the Tigers Vic tory. The Tigers Jacob Gamble had a sack for a 7-yard loss. Brooks Martin pulled in a Larock pass for an inter ception, giving the junior cornerback a team leading 5 picks for the sea son. The Tigers kicking game was su perb as #8 Mannerstedt put each one zone to force the Indians to start on their 20-yard line. He kicked all 5 of the Tigers extra points following Tigers last kickoff, a penalty against the Indians was marked off on the kickoff. Mannerstedt teed up the ball another perfect kick. Michael Smith punt twice for a 54 yard average. Tre McCleese capped off the Tigers yard run for a score. Michael Smith at quarterback led the Tigers offense through the Indians defense with few problems. Trenton faced one of the largest front lines they had seen this season, but the Tigers speed left little doubt who was in control of this game. Smith capped off the Tigers second possession on a 5 yard run for the score. When the Tigers defense forced the Indians to punt following was drawing to a close. Smith took Tigers dominate Indians 35-8 looked for Hamp Cheevers in single coverage. The junior receiver was quick to pull in the catch and dash 45 yards for the score. At that point, the tension on the The Indians (3-4) had not been domi nated like this, thus far this season by any of their previous opponents. Tre McCleese put Trenton up 280 when he completed an offensive drive on a 5-yard run. Smith once again found Cheevers in the end zone as the junior receiver went up above the Indians defender for the 20-yard scoring catch. This touchdown in creased the Tigers lead to 35-0. two teams became involved in a push ing-shoving altercation near the Tren ton sideline. The Tiger coaching staff teams with personal foul infractions and the penalties were off setting. coach asked for a running clock to half be played entirely with a running clock. From that point on, time on the The Tigers were able to play some supporting players in the second half. Tiger running back in the end zone to score a 2-point safety. The Tigers had their last offensive opportunity. bled looking for an open receiver, when he dashed 32 yards for a score. A 2-point conversion attempt failed as the game ended 35-8. The win gives the Tigers a 6-1 record while the Indians fall to 3-4 overall. Trenton will play on Thursday night as they travel to Hawthorne to play the 1-5 Hornets. This is a District 6 1A game for both teams. Trenton holds a 2-0 mark in District 6 while Hawthorne is 0-2. Kick-off is set for 7 p.m. on Thursday night. Michael Smith holds the ball as Marcus Mannerstedt attempts the extra point kick. Mannerstedt kicked 5 for 5 extra points in the Tigers By Shawn Hutto On Monday, Oct. 6 the Lady Bull dogs resumed play with a trip to Lake Butler to face the Lady Tigers for a non district game. This would be the third match of the season between the two teams with Bell sweeping the previous two. The Lady Bulldogs set and cruised easily to win 25-12, 25-15. The third set proved to be a bit more interesting but the Bulldogs were again too much for Union to handle and went on to win 25-19. With the win Bell improves to 15-3 overall, 6-0 in district play. Leading players for the Bulldogs were Kata rina Kresovic with 21 digs; Shelbie Hutto with 10 service points and 12 kills; Baylee Rolling with 17 assists, 8 digs, 8 kills and Ashley Williams with 5 digs and 10 service points. Then, on Tuesday, Oct. 7 the Lady Bulldogs traveled to Trenton for a district match up. As always, a rivalry game comes with lots of emotion and this game would prove to have that. Set one got under way with the Tigers jumping out on top. Behind Trentons Ginger Deens game high 11 kills the Lady Tigers win 25-18. Set two started with the lead going back and forth until later in the set the Bulldogs were able to pull away with a 25-16 win. Set three started and once again both teams battled back and forth until about the midway point until Bell again pulled away with a 25-16 win. Capitalizing on hard hitting from Ashton Mathews game high 17 kills and Tiger errors, the Lady Bulldogs pulled ahead in set four and never looked back, cruising to 25-11 win to seal the victory. Both teams played hard and the match was everything a rival/district game should be. With the win the Bulldogs improve to 16-3 overall and 7-0 in district play. Leading players for the Bulldogs were Baylee Rolling with 10 service points and 31 assists; Ash ton Mathews with 11 service points and 17 kills; Shelbie Hutto with 16 kills and Ashley Williams with 13 digs and 15 service points. Leading players for the Tigers were Ginger Deen with 5 service points, 5 blocks and 11 kills; Shelby Stokes with 9 blocks and 3 kills; Autumn Rhodes with 7 blocks and 2 kills and Kacee Langford with 11 service points. On Thursday, Oct. 9 the Lady Bull regular season district game against the Hilliard Flashes. The last time the teams met Bell swept the Lady Flash es 3-0. With the district standings set and knowing that Hilliard would tournament time, the Lady Bulldogs wanted to make a statement. Bell did just that by putting on a solid perfor mance of hitting and defense, win ning 25-13, 25-11, 25-13 to get the sweep and complete regular season play 8-0. Leading players for the Bulldogs were Baylee Rolling with 8 service points and 32 assists; Shelbie Hutto with 15 service points and 18 kills; Ashton Mathews with 8 ser vice points and 11 kills and Katarina Kresovic with 18 digs. Bell improves to 17-3 overall. Please continue to support these hard working ladies. Go Bulldogs! Lady Bulldogs post big wins The Bell Bulldogs hosted the West Gadsden Panthers from Greensboro, FL, Friday night. The Bulldogs jumped out to an early lead as River Lundy connected with Zach Morgan lead to 6-3. West Gadsden scored 43 points in the second, third, and fourth quarters to take a 46-6 lead in the fourth period. Lundy connected with Johnathan White for a touchdown in Walker rushed 3 yards for a 2-point score 46-14. River Lundy was honored at the Bulldogs Player of the Game as he completed 8 of 16 passes for 183 yards with two touchdowns and 2 in terceptions. The Bulldogs defense was led by linebacker Jimmie Buckler as the se nior had 11 tackles. Andrew Harrell had 7 tackles and 1 fumble recovery. Christopher Whiting had 7 tackles and 1 interception in this game Fri day night. Zach Morgan had a fumble recovery and Jimmie Buckler was credited with causing a Panther turn over. The Bulldogs will have an open date Friday, October 17. Bell will travel to Hilliard on Friday, October 24 to face the Red Flashes in a Dis trict 6 contest. Bell falls to West Gadsden 46-14

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2014 GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL Page Seven VOTE CONSERVATIVE! Paid by D. Ray Harrison, Jr., Republican for County Commission Dist. 2 VOTE CONSERVATIVE! COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 2 (Vote for One) D. Ray Harrison, Jr. John A. Yencho REP DEM GILCHRIST AUTO PARTS and SERVICE 463-0705 Lindsey Lander Attorney Obituaries CERTIFIED FIRM Tommy Parrish 352-317-2688 PAINTING Residential/Commercial Interior/Exterior Drywall Repair CARPET CLEANING Water Restoration Services Tile and Grout Cleaning Pressure Washing psnorthfla@bellsouth.net Mr. David A. Hallman Mr. David A. Hallman passed away unexpectedly on October 6, 2014. He was born on July 2, 1957, in Deland to Warren and Lillian West Hallman. He grew up in north Florida and School. He attended the University of Florida on an academic scholar family to graduate from college. After working for four years as a legisla tive assistant for the Florida House of Representatives, he entered the U.S. for four years. While serving in the U.S. Navy he met his wife, Hideko Inoue. Upon honorable discharge he attended the University of Florida Law School, graduating with honors in 1989. After a decade of private practice, he entered the public sector ida Department of Transportation, then as County Attorney for Walton County and in 2007 was selected as County Attorney for Nassau, where he served admirably until his death. Specialist in City, County and Local Government Law and in 2009 was selected as President of the Florida Association of County Attorneys. He was recognized in 2009 for his service on the Gulf Oil Spill State wide Legal Task Force and in 2011 received The Presidential Apprecia tion Award for Service to the Florida Association of County Attorneys. He was the Florida State Chair of the International Municipal Lawyers Association. He served for years as a member of The Florida Bar State wide Standing Committee on Profes sionalism and was its chair in 2013. Florida Trend magazine named David as one of Floridas Legal Elite. He was a founding member of the Rob ert M. Foster American Inn of Court and served as its Secretary-Treasurer, was President-Elect of the Nassau County Bar Association and served on The Jacksonville Bar Associa tions Judicial Relations Committee. He also served on the board of direc tors of Northeast Florida Community Hospice, as chair of the Staff Parish Relations Committee for his local United Methodist Church. He was a member of the board of directors of the Nassau County Farm Bureau. He has been named a Paul Harris Fellow by Rotary International Foundation. David is preceded in death by his mother, Lillian West Hallman, who passed away in 1973. He leaves behind, his wife of 28 years, Hideko I. Hallman, Fernandina Beach; his parents, Mr. Warren Hall a sister, Teri Jones and her husband, Michael Mike Hallman and his Scott Hallman and his wife, Sherry, and his wife, Tammy, of Ft. White, Russell Carlton Hallman and his nieces and nephews as well as he and Hidekos two canine companions. Funeral services were held at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 9, 2014 at the Yulee United Methodist Church with Serving as active pallbearers were his brothers, Mike and Scott Hall man, also Danny Leeper, Junior Boatwright, Pat Edwards and John Drew. Mr. Hallman was laid to rest at 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, in the family plot in the Pierson United Methodist Church Cemetery in Pierson. His family received friends Wednesday, Oct. 8, from 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. in the Burgess Chapel of Oxley-Heard Funeral Home. The Nassau County Sheriffs Department and Nassau County Fire and Rescue were posted as Honor Guards. butions may be made to the Warner Center for Caring at Baptist Medi cal Center of Fernandina Beach, c/o Community Hospice of N/E Florida, 4266 Sunbeam Road, Jacksonville, FL 32257. Please share his Life Legacy and leave your condolences and memo ries at www.oxleyheard.com. _______________ Mrs. Margie Michelle Hendricks Mrs. Margie Michelle Hendricks, 40, of Cross City, passed away Satur day, Oct. 11, 2014. Mrs. Hendricks was a homemaker and a mother. She, at one time, had worked at the Cross City Rehab and at various restaurants. She enjoyed She is survived by son, Ronald Hendricks, Jr. of Cross City; daugh ter, Laura Mae Hendricks of Cross City; mother, Bertha Burns of Stein hatchee; brothers, Gerald Cannon of Cross City, John Henry Thomas Osteen of Cross City, Roger Gain ey of Horseshoe, Darrell Cannon of Steinhatchee and James Darren Corbin of Cross City; and sisters, Cornelia Cannon of Steinhatchee, Billy Jean Osteen of Cross City, Lacey Osteen of Trenton, Christy Osteen of Cross City and Anna Wood of Old Town. She was preceded in death by husband, Ronald Hendricks, Sr., brothers, Christopher Osteen and Rudy Gainey and father, Rudolph Sylvester Gainey. Funeral services will be held at the Rick Gooding Funeral Home Cha pel on Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014 at 12 ciating. Interment will follow at Lee Cemetery. A visitation will be held at the funeral home one hour prior to the service. Arrangements have been placed under the care of the Rick Gooding Funeral Home, Cross City. _______________ Mrs. Geneva M. Lovett Mrs. Geneva M. Lovett, 96, passed away on Thursday, Oct. 9, 2014 at the Tri-County Nursing Home. Ge neva was born on August 25, 1918 in Cobbtown, Georgia, to Jessie Mc Daniel and Abby Kicklighter Mc Daniel. She was a lifelong resident of Gilchrist County, retired from the Gilchrist County School Board and was a member of Pine Grove Baptist Church. She is survived by her 3 sons; War ren Lovett of Bell, Glyn Lovett of Fanning Springs, and Greg Lovett of Bell; a sister, Edna Mae Powell of Savannah, Georgia, many grandchil dren, great-grandchildren and greatgreat-grandchildren. Funeral Services were held on Sat urday, Oct. 11, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. at Priscilla Baptist Church with Pastor private. Arrangements were under the care of Watson Funeral Home, Trenton. To offer online condolences or to sign the guest book go to www. watsonfhtrenton.com _______________ Mrs. Tammy Marie Richardson Mrs. Tammy Marie Richardson, 48, passed away at her home in Old Town on Sunday, Oct. 5, 2014. Mrs. Richardson was born in Gainesville on September 16, 1966 and was a lifelong resident of Dixie County. She and her husband owned Flying Angel Transportation, a non emergency transportation company. She was a loving and devoted wife and mother and enjoyed sewing, embroidering and many other craft ing projects, singing karaoke, riding go-carts, and spending time with her grandchildren. She is survived by her husband of 22 years, Dennis Richardson of Old Town; daughter Tamber (Gary) Wil liams of Old Town; step-children, Scotty and Kevin Richardson; par ents, Ed and Jackie Davis; sister Amy Shiver and three grandchildren. Funeral services were held on Sat urday, Oct. 11, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. at the Rick Gooding Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Cecil Hysmith of McCrabb Cemetery. A visitation was held at the funeral home on Friday evening, October, 10, 2014 between 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. Arrangements were placed under the care of the Rick Gooding Funeral Home, Cross City, (352) 498-5400. _______________ Mrs. Anne Scaff Mrs. Anne Scaff, 77, of Lake City, died early Friday morning, Oct. 10, 2014, at Haven Hospice in Lake City. Born on July 24, 1937, in Sim coe, Ontario Canada, Anne was the daughter of Charles and Rose Cserc sics and was one of three children. She was educated in the Simcoe School District and graduated from the Delhi School District. Her fam ily owned a farm in Norfolk County where her future husband went to work in tobacco during the summer. They courted under the big maple tree. Anne and Lester were married on December 12, 1959 and moved to Lake City. Together with her hus band Lester, Anne started Scaffs Inc. dba, S&S Food Stores in Lake City in 1961. They now own 45 convenience and grocery stores, located throughout Northeast Florida as well as two Wendys locations and have consistently been in Florida Trends Top 200 Private companies since 1999. Anne was a member of Epiphany Catholic Church in Lake City. Her faith drove her many charitable works in Lake City, which included serving as a member of the Financial Coun cil of Epiphany Catholic Church. She served on the Foundation for Florida Gateway College Executive Board of Directors and was a Finance Member for over 30 years. Along with her husband Lester, she co-founded the S&S Charities Golf Tournament and the Lester and Anne Scaff Foundation Inc. Anne also founded the Anne C. Scaff Take Stock in Children Endowment Scholarship and was a member of Altrusa International. One of Annes favorite jobs for many years was to teach the New-Hire Class at S&S Food Stores. This gave her the opportunity to meet each new employee. Anne led a very long and active life until her passing. Anne is pre-deceased by her broth er, Steve Csercsics. Anne is survived by her husband, Stafford Lester Scaff; her brother, Joe Csercsics; and her sister-in -law, Rose Csercsics; as that donations be made to the Suwan nee Valley Care Center (Haven Hospice), 6037 West US Hwy 90, Lake City, Florida 32055. Visitation with the family was held Monday evening, October 13, 2014 from 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. at the funeral home. A funeral mass was celebrated by Father Mike Pen dergraft on Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014 at 11:00 a.m., at Epiphany Catholic Church. Interment followed in For est Lawn Memorial Gardens. Ar rangements were under the direction of Gateway-Forest Lawn Funeral Home. Please leave words of comfort for the family online at www.gatewayfor estlawn.com

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2014 GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL Page Eight Arrest Report IN-HOUSE-FINANCING AVAIL. 24-7 Fabian Lamenta, LLC EXPERIENCED RELIABLE CONFIDENTIAL FAST Agent ( 352 ) 493-0406 or LOCAL GET OUT OF JAIL... 9151 NE 80th Avenue Bronson, Florida 32621 24 HOUR SERVICE 352-486-1971 DIXIE LEVY GILCHRIST & SURROUNDING AREA SMITH SALES & SERVICES, INC. HEAT & AIR ONE CALL DOES IT ALL! ELECTRICAL Sales, Service & Installation All Makes & Models Residential & Commercial Service Installation RA0016184 ER0004960 "NEED A FENCE OF ANY KIND CALL DANNY ANYTIME." Barbed Wire Woven Wire Chain Link Board Danny Hodge (352) 463-1832 -Mobile (352) 493-5345 4110 S.W. 25th Street -Bell, Florida Auto Body Collision Repair We Accept All Insurance Claims Doing business for Over 30 years. Fanning Springs Auto 16720 N.W. Hwy. 19 Fanning Springs 352-463-2387 We Guarantee Our Work as long as you own your car. Hunt's Pest Control, Inc. GET RID OF: Cockroaches Waterbugs German Roaches Ants and other Household Pests WE DO TERMITE INSPECTIONS Phone 493-1051 493-4772 "We send 'em packing!" Legal Notices BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA REFERENDUM ELECTION NOVEMBER 4, 2014 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a referendum, a ballot summary of which appears below, will be considered on the November 4, 2014 Gilchrist County Gen eral Election ballot. Referendum to Determine the Granting of Economic Development Ad Valorem Tax Exemptions. Shall the Board of County Commissioners of this county be authorized to grant, pursu ant to Section 3, Article VII of the State Constitution, property tax exemptions to new busi nesses and expansions of exist ing businesses that are expected to create new, full-time jobs in the county? ( ) YES FOR AUTHORTY TO GRANT EXEMPTIONS. ( ) NO AGAINST AUTHORITY TO GRANT EXEMPTIONS. _________________________________ This public measure is authorized pursuant to Florida Statutes Section 196.1995, and enabling Resolution Num ber 2014-12 of the Gilchrist County Board of County Commissioners. A copy of Courts, and is available for public in spection. Pub. Sept. 25, Oct. 2, Oct. 9, Oct. 16 and Oct. 23, 2014b _____________ NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADOPT NEW RULES, REVISE AND/OR AMEND EXISTING RULES AND REPEAL OLD RULES Notice is hereby given that the School Board of Gilchrist County, Florida in tends to adopt new rules, and revise and/ or amend existing rules of the Board after a public hearing, as follows: POLICY 4.10/D Adult Education Copies of the proposed new rules, and revised and/or amended existing rules are available for inspection and copying by 310 NW 11th Avenue, Trenton, Florida. Copies of all or any of the rules may be purchased at the cost of reproduction which is estimated at $.25 per page. The purpose of adopting new rules and revising and amending existing rules is to bring the rules up to date and discard and unnecessary rules. This revision and adoption of new rules will not have any adverse economic impact on any person. rules are Florida Statutes 100.41; 121.51; 119.07; Chapter 120; 570.98; 570.981; 570.982; 760.01 et seq.; 768.135; 790.115; 943.0438; 1000.05; 100.21; 1001.371; 1001.41; 1001.42; 1001.43; 1001.48; 1001.51; 1002.3105; 1002.321; 1003.428; 1003.4281; 1003.429; 1003.4295; 1006.06; 1006.0605; 1006.0606; 1006. 07; 1006.15; 1006.16; 1006.20; 1010.05; 1010.20; 1012.22; 1012.23; 1012.27; 1012.33; 1012.335; 1012.61; and 1012.795; 34 CFR 99; 34 CFR 108; 34 CFR 200.43(c); P.L. 110233; State Board of Education Rules 6A1.001; 6A-1.012; 6Z-1.087; 6A-5.056; 6A-7.040; 6A-7.041; 6A-70411; 6A7.0421; 6A-7.045; 6A-19.001 et seq.; and 6B-4.009; and State Department of Agri culture and Consumer Services Rules 5P-1.001; 5P-1.002; 5P-1.003; 5P-1.004; 5P-1.005. A public hearing will be held on the proposed adopted new rules and revised and/or amended existing rules at 10:15 A.M. on Tuesday, November 4, 2014, at the School Board Meeting at the Gilchrist County School Board meeting room at 310 NW 11th Ave. Trenton, FL 32693. All interested persons are advised that any person desiring to appeal any deci sion made by the board as to any mat ter considered at said hearing will need to ensure that a verbatim record is made of the proceeding, which record must in clude all of the testimony and evidence presented. as Superintendent And Secretary of the Board Pub. Oct. 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30, 2014b ______________ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION File Number: 21-2014-CP-000044 IN RE: ESTATE OF: CHERYL L. HONAKER, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of Cheryl was July 14, 2014, File Number 21-2014CP-000044, is pending in the Circuit Court for Gilchrist County, Probate Divi sion, the address of which is P.O. Box 37, Trenton, Florida 32693. The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal representatives attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate on whom a copy of this their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands claims with this court WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLOR IDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. THE DATE OF FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE IS OCTOBER 9, 2014. Attorney for Personal Representative: Gary D. Grunder 23349 Northwest CR 236, Suite 10 High Springs, Florida 32643 (386) 454-1298 Florida Bar I.D. 199486 Primary email: garygrunder@hotmail.com Secondary email: Personal Representative: 5769 NE 52nd Pl. High Springs, FL 32643 Pub.: Oct. 9 and 16, 2014 ________________ PROCLAMATION OF THE MAYOR AND NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION FOR THE TOWN OF BELL Under, and by virtue of the power vest ed in me as Mayor of the Town of Bell, Florida, the regular general election is hereby called to be held in the Town of Bell on Tuesday, December 2, 2014, for as follows: (a) Mayor: Two (2) year term, currently held by Thomas Brown. (b) Group 3: Town Council Member Seat, two (2) year term, currently held by (c) Group 4: Town Council Member Seat, two (2) year term, currently held by Kenny Bass; (d) Group 5: Town Council Member Seat, two (2) year term, currently held by Hugh Sanders; currently held by Michelle Rose. The election shall be held at the Bell Community Center, 1180 NE Main Street, Bell, Florida and the polls shall be open at 7:00 a.m. on said day and shall close at 7:00 p.m. on the same day. The date for the run-off election, should it be required, will be on Tuesday, December 16 2014. dacy for this election is from Monday, October 27, 2014 through Friday, Oc tober 31, 2014 between the hours of 9:00 the Supervisor Of Elections for Gilchrist County, at the Gilchrist County Court house, Trenton, Florida. seal of the Town of Bell, Florida, this 2nd, day of October, 2014. /s/ Thomas Brown, Mayor Publish October 2 and 16, 2014b ______________ NOTICE OF MEETING PLEASE TAKE NOTICE the Gilchrist County Board of County Commissioners, in and for Gilchrist County, Florida, will hold a Regular Meeting on MONDAY, October 20, 2014 at 4:00 p.m. in the Board of County Commissioners Meet ing Room, located at 210 South Main Street, Trenton, Florida. The following is a proposed agenda. AGENDA 1. Call to Order (4:00 p.m.) 2. Agenda Changes 3. Consent Agenda 4. Public Participation 6. County Administrator 7. Attorney Report 9. Time Certain Schedule 4:30 p.m. Essie Kranz; Private Road Issues 10. Commissioners Reports 11. Old Business 12. New Business 13. Public Participation 14. Adjourn Persons with disabilities requesting rea sonable accommodations to participate in this proceeding should contact (352) 4633169 (Voice & TDD) or via Florida Relay Service (800) 955-8771. PLEASE BE ADVISED that if a person decides to appeal any decision made by the Commission with respect to any mat ter considered at said hearing, that person will need a record of the proceedings, and that for such purpose, that person may need to insure that a verbatim record is made, which record includes the testimo ny and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA D. RAY HARRISON, JR., CHAIRMAN ATTEST: TODD NEWTON CLERK OF COURT Pub. October 16, 2014b. ___________________ PROCLAMATION OF THE MAYOR AND NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION FOR THE CITY OF TRENTON Under, and by virtue of the power vest ed in me as Mayor-Commissioner of the City of Trenton, Florida, the regular gen eral election is hereby called to be held in the City of Trenton on Tuesday, Decem ber 2, 2014, for the purpose of electing (a) Group 2: City Commissioner, two (2) year term, seat currently held by Randall Rutter; (b) Group 3: City Commissioner, two (2) year term, seat currently held by Mar cia Hellams; (c) Group 4: City Commissioner, two (2) year term, seat currently held by Tim othy D. Kinsey. The election shall be held at the Tren ton Community Center, 214 SE Third Av enue, Trenton, Florida and the polls shall be open at 7:00 a.m. on said day and shall close at 7:00 p.m. on the same day. The date for the run-off election, should it be required, will be on Tuesday, December 16, 2014. dents of the City of Trenton, and quali candidacy for this election is from Mon day, October 27, 2014 through Friday, October 31, 2014 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. each day, at the Gilchrist County, at the Gilchrist County Courthouse, Trenton, Florida. seal of the City of Trenton, Florida, this 7th, day of October, 2014. /s/ Glen Thigpen Glen Thigpen, Mayor-Commissioner Attest: /s/ Taylor Brown Publish: October 16 & 23, 2014b ______________ NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Notice is hereby given that the under signed, under the provision of Section 90-267, Florida Statutes 1990, will reg ister with the Secretary of State, Division of Corporations, P. O. Box 1300, Talla hassee, Florida 32302-1300, upon publi to wit: Down Home Gilchrist, LLC Description: Retail Sales Underwhich we are engaged in business in Gilchrist County, Florida. That the parties interested in said busi ness are: Cindy Jo Ayers Carrie A. Mizell 207 North Main Street Trenton, Florida 32693 Publish: October 16, 2014 ___________________ STORE HOURS Monday Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Saturday: 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Sunday: Closed Come check out our new store layout and merchandise. SHOP LOCAL! Best Drugs 220 North Main Street Trenton, FL 32693-0790 Phone (352) 463-2240 Fax (352) 463-1645 October 7, 2014 Stepfanie Marie Lewis, 27, of Gainesville, was arrested by Alachua Violation, no bond. October 8, 2014 Clayton John App, 31, of Trenton, was arrested by Brevard County X1 and Selling Marijuana X1, $150,000.00 bond. Claude Richard Bowman, IV, of Trenton, was arrested by Sergeant Alexander Gaston, Gilchrist County Violation Failure to Report Email Address and Instant Message name, $25,000.00 bond. Alyssa Melina Hildebrandt, 19, of Atlantic Beach, was arrested by Deputy Jefferson E. Davis, Gilchrist to Appear, $491.75 cash bond. October 9, 2014 Jody Marie Cannon, 34, of Bell, was arrested by Deputy Colson, Manufacturing Opium or Derivative X2 and Selling Opium or Derivative X2, $150,000.00 bond. Timothy Dewayne Parsells, 35, of Old Town, was arrested by Deputy Warrant, $25,000.00 bond. Joshua Sterling Smith, 21, of Williston, was arrested by Deputy than 20 Grams Marijuana, $15,000.00 bond. October 10, 2014 of Trenton, was arrested by Deputy Rexroat, Gilchrist County Sheriffs $15,000.00 bond. Claude Richard Bowman, 42, of Trenton, was arrested by Sergeant Alexander Gaston, Gilchrist County Non-Support of Children or Spouse, $370.00 cash. Jeremy Dewayne Gibbs, 31, of Trenton, was sentenced by Gilchrist County Court, for Withhold Support Non-Support of Children or Spouse, $115.00 cash. Marquis Reshaun Greene, 21, of County Court, for Withhold Support Non-Support of Children or Spouse, $226.00 cash. Newberry, was arrested by Gilchrist County Court, for Withhold Support Non-Support of Children or Spouse, $205.00 cash. Dale Leon McCumber, 29, of Archer, was arrested by Deputy Rexroat, Gilchrist County Sheriffs bond. October 11, 2014 Rayford Delton Holder, 28, of Trenton, was arrested by Deputy Jefferson E. Davis, Gilchrist County Unoccupied Conveyance Unarmed, LARC Grand Theft of Dwelling $100 less than $300, $75,000.00 bond. Paid by D. Ray Harrison, Jr., Republican for County Commission Dist. 2 CHECK THE RECORDS County gets clean audit, we are looking out for your interest and our auditors think so too. Gilchrist County Journal July 10, 2014 I have always had the taxpayers in mind about our County finances and always will. Compare the qualifications of the candidates. Vote for and re-elect the qualified and experienced one. Your vote for D. Ray Harrison, Jr. on November 4, 2014 will be greatly appreciated. Your friend, D Ray County gets clean audit By Carrie A. Mizell Gilchrist County has received a clean audit, explained Alan Mast a partner at Carr, Riggs & Ingram. The Gainesville-based CPA firm studied the countys financial statements from 2013 and according to Mast, found no violations of laws. I can give you a nice, clean audit opinion, Mast said. We audit 19 counties in Florida and its not always that I can stand up and say everything is clean. Morgan Stanley ABS Capital 1 Inc. ciation Trust to Tonya Corbett, war ranty deed, $90,000.00, Lot 4 County Line Pines, 281015030700000040. $199,900.00, 120816000000050010. warranty deed, $85,000.00, 120816000000050020. Thomas Hurley Estate, Hurley En terprises, Christopher Hurley, Clif ford Hurley, Stephen Hurley and M. C. Bruce Tax Collector to Greco cate of title, $1,760,000.00, 24-07-16 2012-CA-141. Matthew Nugent and Patricia Nugent to Bell in the Woods LLC, quit claim deed, $10.00, 29081400000002-0040. Frank J. Busbey Estate, Frank J. Busbey and Mayme J. Busbey Re vocable, Ronald W. Stevens Per sonal Representative and Ronald W. Stevens Trustee to Jonah Michael Shapiro, Soleil Angelis Vandyke and Athena Seraph Vandyke, war ranty deed, $252,000.00, 04081607800000-0220. Cody James Clark Irrevocable Trust and Branch Banking and Trust Company Trustee to Cody Clark Ir revoacable Trust and Capital City Trust Company Trustee, trustee deed, $10.00, 34-9-14. Mary L. Newell to Michael J. Wilk erson, warranty deed, $60,000.00, 11-9-14. Land Transactions

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Help Wanted Pre-K/VPK Teacher needed for Kids World Pre-School in Trenton. MUST have CDA/FCCPC or AA/AS in ECE. 352-463-3555. tfnb,10-9 _______________________________ Drivers, CDL-A: Home EVERY Week end! ALL Loaded/Empty Miles Paid! Dedicated Southeast! Or Walk Away Lease, No Money Down. 1-855-9718524. 1tp,10-9 _______________________________ Drivers: $5,000 Sign-On Bonus! Great Pay! Consistent Freight, Great Miles on this Regional Account. Werner Enterpris es: 1-855-975-4527. 4tp,10-9-10-30 _______________________________ TRUCK DRIVER: OTR, Southeast and local, tanker experience preferred, mini mum 2 years driving, apply in person at 544 NE Lancaster Street, Trenton, FL 32693. tfnb,7-17 ______________________________ Hall For Rent RENT OUR HALL FOR YOUR NEXT EVENT: Suwannee River Shrine Clubhouse for rent for spe cial occasions, such as wedding, an niversary and birthday parties, baby with stage large enough for musical band. Bar with set ups, byob. Clean bathrooms with handicap accessibil ity. Plenty of parking under shady oak trees. For pricing/more informa tion, please phone the Club at 352221-8781 or 352-463-2202. tfnb,5-1 For Rent 2BR/2BA home near Fanning Springs. Optional small third Bedroom. Large shop/outbuilding. Purchase option avail able. $500/mo. Call (352) 210-3354 or (352) 463-2481 for more information. tfnb,10-16 _______________________________ 2 BR MOBILE HOME: Nice location, 2 miles from Bell. $450/month, $475/se curity. 386-935-4270 or 386-854-0105. 2tb,10-2-10-9 ____________________________ Meridian Behavioral Healthcare CAREER OPPORTUNITIES! Bronson, Trenton: Case Managers (Adult/Child) Bronson/Trenton/Cross City: Certified Medical Assistants Please visit www.mbhci.org to apply! EOE, DFWP, E-Verify (352) 463-7075 (office) (352) 463-7302 FAX E-mail: trokerealty@aol.com J EAN C T ROKE Licensed Real Estate Broker WEBSITE: www.trokerealtyinc.com 730 E. Wade Street (SR-26) Trenton, Florida 32693 Jean Troke (1st cell) (352) 493-3539 Paul Troke (cell) (352) 221-2999 Jean Troke (2nd cell) (352) 493-5237 Serving the Tri-County Area Since 1983 Professional Service With A Personal Touch HAPPY BIRTHDAY PAUL SPACIOUS 4BR HOME AVAILABLE IN CHIEFLAND: 4BR/2BA: Large CB-blt. home on a landscaped/fenced tract in town (pictured on the left). Has big Main BR/BA suite, full living & family rooms, 2-car cover, back outbuilding & lots more, located right by US-27 in NE ChieflandSeller is looking to sell QUICKLY, says to have offers presented $99,900. PASTURE 8+ ACRES IN NE LEVY Co.: Rolling pasture acreage (pictured on the right), with over 1300 of frontage along CR-339 (in-between Trenton/Chiefland/Bronson), with a couple of as is buildings, well & more $49,900. Help Wanted CARPENTER: (Gainesville & Sur rounding Area) Looking for Carpen ter/Handyman. knowledge of general construction, carpenter trade, tools and transportation required. Opening for home bathroom and kitchen renovation work. Chance for advancement based on performance. Must have valid driv ers license, pass background check (no felonies), trustworthy, clean, reliable and speak English. Starting pay $14.00/hr. Call 386.462.1982. 1tb,10-16 _____________________________ HEALTH SUPPORT TECHNICIAN The Gilchrist County Health De partment is seeking an OPS (tem porary) Health Support Technician (PSN# 64921053). This is a parttime 35 hours/week/school year position providing client care relat ing to functions in a School Health training. Must have a current CPR/ gerprinted. May be required to work extra hours or days in the event of an emergency. Applications will be accepted online at https://people applications may be mailed to State ministration, PO Box 44058, Jack sonville, Fl 32231 or faxed to (904) 636-2627 by 10/24/2014. EEO/AA/ VP Employer. 2tb,10-16-10-23 Housekeeping/Laundry Relief, P.R.N (as needed) at Ayers Health & Rehab. and holidays. Apply at Career Source Fla Crown, 211-B SE. 11th St. Trenton. 352463-3677. EOE/DFWP. Yard Sale FRIDAY & SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17 and 18: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 20 computer towers (old), cords, keyboards, printers, 5 pc. Wooden kitchen set, 7 pc cherry wood dining set, new dresser & mirror, end tables, dorm refrigerator, new harmar scooter lift, royal cash register, music stand, lovely needlepoint art in frames, cases of adult briefs, lots of new & used costume jewelry, silver jewelry (great Christmas gifts), G & L 2500 American bass body w/ electronics, speakers, blan kets, books, cds, clothes, Christmas & Easter stuff, exercise machine, dishes, Christmas dinnerware, crystal & so much more. Most items will be inside our new storage building, so dont leave if you dont see much outside! We get new items every week and try to sell as rea sonable as possible (we know times are hard). Take US-129 North out of Bell to N.W. 87th Place on right... Last house on right at end of road. 1tb,10-16 _______________________________ Hay HAY FOR SALE: Large rolls, highly fertilized, net wrapped, weed free. Coast al Bermuda $50/roll. Call 352-949-0222. tfnb,7-18 _______________________________ Pet Training DOG OBEDIENCE CLASSES: Begin Saturday, Oct. 25, 10 a.m. Call for more information. Arlene 472-2608. 3tb,10-9-10-23 _______________________________ Pre-School Kids World Preschool Ages-2-12, VPK, Preschool & Afterschool. Open ings available Great rates 352-463-3555. tfnb, 1-30 _______________________________ Services A/C REPAIRS: Fast, friendly, reliable service. Repairs and replacements. Call All Season Heating & A/C, Inc. 1-800542-1028 or 493-4888 anytime. Master card & Visa accepted. Lic#CA0057426. tfnb, 12-19 _______________________________ THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2014 Classifieds Classified Ads $5.50 Minimum for 20 Words. 10 cents each additional word. GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL Page Nine Services Appliance Repair: Old Fashioned Ser vice. All Major Brands. 352-284-4148. tfnb,8-21 _______________________________ The Humane Society of Gilchrist County, Inc. has low cost neuter vouch ers available. Sorry, just doing boys at this time. A voucher for a male cat is $25 and that includes a rabies shot. A voucher for a dog is $40 and that includes a rabies shot. If your dog is over 40 pounds the price goes up, so please weigh your dogs so we can give you the correct voucher. We do not take checks, so please bring cash. We will hand out vouchers at the Trenton Library from 5:30 to 6:00 on Friday, Oct. 31. If you have questions, please call 352-463-7364. tfnb,11-28 _______________________________ DIXIE MONUMENTS: 24347 SE Hwy 19, Old Town, FL 32680. Toll free 877542-3432. dixiemonuments.com. Face book Dixie Monuments/Ben Barber. 20 years experience. tfnb,6-27 _______________________________ ELECTRICAL WORK: State Certi and all electrical needs call All Seasons @ 493-4888 or 1-800-542-1028. License number # EC13001855. tfnb,1-10 _______________________________ JERRY WILKS FILL DIRT SER VICE: Fill dirt, driveways, topsoil, demolition, limerock, land clearing. (352) 493-3137 (day) or (352) 463-6111 (night). tfnb,5-28 _______________________________ APPLIANCE REPAIR: All brands, ice maker & dishwasher installation. EPA 0651. tfnb,12-18 ___________________________ MOWER & CHAINSAW PARTS Stihl, Husqvarna, Ayp, Murray, Sears, MTD, Briggs, Kohler, Robin, and Hon da. Blades for most mowers. Beauchamp Saw Shop 493-4904 tfn, 1-03 _______________________________ Advertising Pays! Need An Advertisement? Call the Gilchrist County Journal 352-463-7135 Help Wanted POSITION VACANCY EXECU TIVE ADMINISTRATIVE ASSIS TANT: The City of Trenton, Florida is seeking a full-time Executive Adminis trative Assistant. This is a highly respon sible multi-faceted position and requires a high level of organizational skills and energy. This employee will be responsi ble for a wide variety of tasks, which may include: -Customer service, answering questions from the general public about City services and procedures on a wide range of topics. -Prepare for and attend twice-monthly City Commission meet ings. Capture meeting minutes for later transcription. Prepare and oversee pub lication of required public meeting agen das and notices. -Assist applicants with Planning & Zoning permits, Business Tax Receipts, requests for public records. dence, calendaring, and other miscella neous tasks as needed. Computer literacy required. Applicant must have excellent communication skills, both verbal and written. Flexibility is a must. Position hours are generally Monday through Fri day, 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. with an hour for lunch. Attendance at evening meetings of the City Commission is also required. & sick leave, Florida Retirement System, and health/dental/life insurance. Salary is negotiable and commensurate with ex bondable and able to pass a pre-employ ment criminal background check, drug screening and physical exam. A City of Trenton employment application* must be completed and mailed, hand delivered, or faxed to the attention of: Taylor Brown, City Manager, City of Trenton, 114 North Main Street, Trenton, FL 32693. For gen eral questions not answered in the adver tisement, you may email your question to 463-4000, ext. 303; fax is 352-463-4007. *City of Trenton employment application is available at City Hall or may be down at the bottom of the City Jobs page. THE CITY OF TRENTON IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER AND A DRUG FREE WORKPLACE. 2tb,10-9-10-16 ________________________________ For Rent BRAND NEW FULLY REMODELED 4 BR/2 BA house on 1 acre. Trenton schools, smoking no, pets no, $800 mo, 352-949-1450. tfnb,9-18 __________________________ Located in NE Trenton... 2 BR/1 Bath..$500/mo...First/Last/Damage... 352-463-7770. tfnb,9-19 _____________________________ PRAIRIE OAKS APARTMENTS: Ac cepting application for 1, 2, & 3 bedroom 32626. 352-493-2427. TDD/TTY 711. Equal Housing Opportunity. tfnb, 4-10 _____________________________ Real Estate 5 ACRES TRENTON: Beautifully ing. No down payment. $49,900, only $513/mo. (352) 215-1018. www.Land OwnerFinancing.com. 4tb,10-16-11-6 _______________________________ ACRE NEWBERRY AREA. Beautifully wooded. Convenient to Gainesville. Owner Financing. NO DOWN PAYMENT! $9,900, only $102/ mo. 352-215-1018. www.LandOwner Financing.com. 4tb,10-16-11-6 _______________________________ FOR SALE Retail storefront property in downtown Trenton. Three buildings on Main Street. Call 352-463-7135. Email ads to gcjads@bellsouth.net ADJUNCT INSTRUCTORS SPRING 2015 BODY STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION Bachelors degree in a health related field or Biological Science. Masters degree preferred. Contact Melody Corso at melody.corso@fgc.edu. CHEMISTRY Masters degree in Chemistry or a Masters degree with 18 graduate hours in Chemistry required. Classes and labs may be day or evening at the Lake City campus. Contact Matthew Peace at matthew.peace@fgc.edu COLLEGE LEVEL MATHEMATICS Masters degree in Mathematics or a Masters degree with 18 graduate hours in Mathematics required. Classes may be day or evening at the Lake City campus. Contact Matthew Peace at matthew.peace@fgc.edu HEALTH CAREER CORE Bachelors degree in a health related field required. Contact Melody Corso at melody.corso@fgc.edu. HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ON CAMPUS Provide instruction in classroom/ laboratory setting. Coursework includes Systems of Classifica tions, Quality Assurance, Legal Aspects, and Health Care Facilities and Services, Pathophysiology and Pharmacology (HIT). Requires Certified RHIA or RHIT and a minimum of an Associates degree, Bachelors degree preferred. Email resume, unofficial transcripts and verification of credentials to Michele Cuadras michele.cuadras@fgc.edu NURSING CLINICAL Masters degree in nursing required OR a current MSN student with a BSN degree. At least two years of recent clinical experience required. Contact Melody Corso at melody.corso@fgc.edu. PHOTOGRAPHY I AND II Teach all levels of photography, including B&W film and darkroom (wet media), and digital photography and digital printing. Manage the darkrooms and film processing areas. Requires a Masters Degree in Fine Arts, Art Education, or related field with minimum 18 graduate semester hours in digital and traditional photography. College teaching experience is desirable. Submit resume along with copies of transcripts and 20 images of artistic production on CD or URL (the file space maximum is 2MB and should be contained in one document) to Pam Carswell at pamela.carswell@fgc.edu. Position details and applications available on web at: www.fgc.edu Human Resources Florida Gateway College 149 S.E. College Place Lake City, FL 32025-2007 Ph (386) 754-4314 Fax (386) 754-4814 E-Mail: human.resources@fgc.edu FGC is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. VP/ADA/EA/EO College in Education and Employment ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL AID Work with the Director of Financial Aid managing the daily operations of the department. Oversee tracking of clock hour programs. Supervise employees as assigned. Assist in the preparation of reports. Handle special projects as assigned. Requires Bachelors Degree plus two years experience working in an office dealing with detailed records and customer service. Supervisory experience required. Knowledge of complex computer data entry. Knowledge of Windows, Microsoft Word and Excel software. Ability to work well with staff and students; work with confidential information; and exercise effective oral and written communication. Desirable Qualifications: Financial Aid Office experience, FERPA, Banner System experience preferred. Salary: $39,375 annually plus benefits Application Deadline: 10/27/14 Position details and applications available on web at: www.fgc.edu Human Resources Florida Gateway College 149 S.E. College Place Lake City, FL 32025-2007 Phone (386) 754-4314 Fax (386) 754-4814 E-Mail: human.resources@fgc.edu FGC is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. VP/ADA/EA/EO College in Education and Employment RECRUITER, ADMISSIONS SERVICES Assist in the planning and organization of activities designed to promote the college to prospective students. Assume the development of contacts with school systems, civic groups, area businesses, and the local community to encourage enrollment at FGC. Requires the ability to exercise independent judgment and discretion in recommending and implementing strategies. Associates degree is required with two years of related experience. Must have a valid, unencumbered drivers license. Must be computer literate with experience in Word and Excel. Ability to work evenings, weekends and holidays as needed. Ability to work independently and communicate effectively. Ability to effectively plan, organize and coordinate work assignments. Ability to analyze and identify recruitment markets. Must have excellent interpersonal skills. Ability to speak with and before large public audiences. Desirable Qualifications: Bachelors degree and previous experience in recruiting or working with the public is desirable. Salary: $29,831annually plus benefits Application Deadline: Open Until Filled Position details and applications available on web at: www.fgc.edu Human Resources Florida Gateway College 149 S.E. College Place Lake City, FL 32025-2007 Phone (386) 754-4314 Fax (386) 754-4814 E-Mail: human.resources@fgc.edu FGC is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. VP/ADA/EA/EO College in Education and Employment & Gift Shop DURON WILLIAMSONS TREE SERVICE LLC. www.duronwilliamsonstreeservice.com Licensed and Insured Call for FREE Estimates cell 352-318-3610 office 386-935-2180 All Phases of Tree Work From trimming to complete Light land clearing, Bobcat & bucket truck GET REAL AUTO INSURANCE FROM A LOCAL AGENT!!! BEN LARRY CFC1428141 SMITH SALES & SERVICES, INC. ONE CALL DOES IT ALL! 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Page Ten THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2014 GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL Sponsorship Opportunities are Available! Saturday, November 8, 2014 | 5:30 p.m. Etheridge Family Cracker House 2351 NE 140 Ave., Williston, FL Dinner Musical Performance by Justin Lee Live and Silent Auctions Florida Football Game and More 800.HOSPICE (467.7423) | havenhospice.org AT H A VEN, WE BE L IEVE EVERY DA Y I S A G I F T Serving North Florida since 1979. Licensed as a not-for-prot hospice since 1980. For more information about the event, to become a sponsor, an auction donor, or to purchase a ticket ($75 per person), please contact Haven Hospice at 352.271.4665 or email HavenEvents@havenhospice.org. VOTE CONSERVATIVE! Paid by D. Ray Harrison, Jr., Republican for County Commission Dist. 2 VOTE CONSERVATIVE! COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 2 (Vote for One) D. Ray Harrison, Jr. John A. Yencho REP DEM Name: John Yencho Democrat I am a teacher at Trenton High School and have taught Architectural Design & Construction there for 20 years. My family and I moved to Gilchrist County from Ohio 21 years ago. I sincerely believe there is more we can do in this county with the resources we have. I believe my experience as a teacher in this county and general manager of a large engineering and construction experience in managing budgets, human resources, infrastructure maintenance and growth, and community development. I have years and have seen them have to leave their family and friends to we need to do more for them. I am energy into serving you and them. That is the reason I am running. the experience, the energy, the fortitude and the determination to facing in the future for the good of this county. It is time for new ideas, for fresh ideas, for ideas that will create a better future for Gilchrist County and all its people in the years and will help to create jobs for our people, to promote the right growth, to strengthen our infrastructure, and to support our law enforcement and emergency services as strongly as possible and feasible. I believe I am the best candidate to do this job at this time. hundreds of subdivisions in Gilchrist County that very few people are start the residential construction industry and get some homes built school district that has been in the top 5 school districts in our state for rural agricultural community to raise children in that we all call home; we have the Suwannee River and many springs to play in; we have low taxes, and most importantly we have a family oriented friendly, safe place many would love to call home. People are moving into our state every day; they are moving up from south Florida, they are leaving them into these subdivisions. In doing so we will create construction jobs for our citizens, bring much needed revenue to our county and create a need for more supportive businesses and increase the business to come to our county through our chamber of commerce and our Economic Development Committee. have the experience and the energy to go after bringing new business to our communities to support and attract people into our subdivisions. Those businesses will need employees to jobs for our people and taxes for our county budget. None of this will internet to attract those businesses and assist our existing businesses. The internet will also help our students to will help our businesses to compete more effectively and it will give our people access to resources they with the other commissioners, the Economic Development Committee and our Chamber of Commerce to develop a plan that will achieve these goals and create jobs for our people. I believe the most pressing needs for our infrastructure or capital projects is to realize what is essential and move forward on promoting the right growth in our county to help create sooner or later we will not have the money to do what is needed without raising taxes, therefore we must act need to support our infrastructure and capital projects today and tomorrow. However my head is not in the sand, I or any county. conservative wise judgment on not only where and how we spend your money, but better ways to do more with what we have. I am not in favor of cutting any services or positions of county personnel. I am in favor of getting the most out of every dollar create revenue without raising taxes and not just maintaining our current levels of service, but improving them wherever and however possible Of course we all realize that raising taxes may be necessary, but I would only support it after all other avenues have been exhausted. There will always be mandates coming down from Tallahassee that we have to meet, these will always cause burden to our budget. There will always be more to do than we have funds to do it with. Knowing this, we need to meet these challenges head on by allowing controlled growth in our county to increase our tax base, and help us to offset those mandated requirements. New construction means new taxes. must prepare in advance to meet those challenges with prudent, wise decisions on our budget now. No one all love it here so much. I believe we wise decisions while still providing meeting those challenges head on. I to do this. As I have already stated many times, controlled, with the other commissioners, the Economic Development Committee, the Chamber of Commerce, and the business people and citizens of our county, we can not only meet and resolve these challenges, but we can elected, do more with the resources we have. Name: D. Ray Harrison, Jr. Republican Gilchrist County Commissioner District 2 Since 1963, from Gainesville. Because of my previous experience in Gilchrist County government as your Property Appraiser and as your County Commissioner I believe I am better prepared to serve the needs of our citizens and will be more effective in serving those needs. I understand Gilchrist County and am better prepared to serve as County Commissioner. bring more jobs to Gilchrist County by actively getting the Gilchrist County Economic Advisory board to participate in projects that will Developer, City of Fanning Springs, State agencies for Hotel in Fanning plant, supporting through our Tourist Development Committee the Quilt by turning over Otter Springs to ForVets, supported grants for Ellie Ray campground improvements and Library expansion, Hart Springs improvements, several Boat ramp improvements, we have made the Gilchrist rodeo arena available to the with the North Florida Economic Development Program and Regional Planning council. the Florida Dept. of Transportation highway that will open opportunities major emergency evacuation route. Only after spending is appropriate and under control, if we carefully examine our current operations and are not necessarily the answer. The creation natural resources (Suwannee River, Santa Fe River, and the many springs we have that draw many to our An improved economy will help. with potential investors in our County business and people friendly to assist them in improving job opportunities the State and that is a positive thing that attracts citizens to our County. is week: Candidates for County Commissioner, District 2 D. Ray Harrison, Jr. John Yencho NEXT WEEK Meet the Candidates for County Commissioner, District 4