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Title: The Lake City reporter
Uniform Title: Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. : 1967)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Lake City reporter
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Lake City, Fla
Publication Date: October 25, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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TROY ROBERTSILesory''v Fporter
Avon representatives Kelly Porritt (from left), Jan Ferris and
Klm Beck pose for a photo following Saturday's morning
cancer research walk that raised approximately $1,500. More
than 100 people took part In the walk.


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Lawrenceviille, Ga., with
sin minlion in assets and
$101 million in deposits.
Also failing were: Bank
of ~Elmwood in Racine,
Wis., with $327.4 million in
assets and $273.2 million
in de~posits; and Riverview
Community; Bank, based- in:
Otsego, Minn., ,with $10#
~million in assets and total
deposits of about $80 mil-
lion: and First Dupage Bank
of Weistmont, ill., with ~tot@il
assets of $279. million and
deposits of $254 million.
Stonegate Bank, based,
in Fort, Lauderdale, Fla.,
agreed to buy the depos-
its and assets of Partners
Bank as w~ell as the deposits-
of Hillcrest Bank Florida
and $28 million of its assets.
Ameris Bank,. based in
Moultrie, Ga., is buying
the deposits and ~assets of-
American United Bank.
The 106 failures are the
most in a year` since 1992
at the height of the savings-
and-loan crisis. They hav~e
cost the federal deposit
insurance fund about $25
Billion so far this year, and
hundreds more bank fail-
ures are expected to raise
th ost tohamon $100 bil-


According to state statistics, one~ in five F~lorida' adults experience -literacy issues that severely impact their everyday lives\. The
Columbia County eublic,.ibrary offers~an Adu~lt Lite3racy -Pragramin~rhelp ,combat this taend.


Study shows 1 i 5 Floridians illiterae




skills can prove


oneain-tiveb .lrd ans ttace
Columbia County Public
Library! is working to
combat illiteracy through .
its free Adult Literac\
P~rogram. giving adults the
.basic skills they need to be
successful m thie workplace
and mnlife.
Mhost people that h~ave
Spro~blems reading hlave .
other problems. too. such t" .
efenni Pounods sullt ,T
Literacy Program coordina- ..
tdr. "'Its'sa ser vice to the : JASONI MAT~hEW WALKERIGita e Cit Pepo~nir
community to help theml. Robert Byrd, 68, teaches a group of English as a Second Language (ESL) students how to
A~cording to, Gov. conjugate verbs. "I want them to get out of the box to use their Imagination, that way they get
L~TEPIC cdninud~bn3A o learn more,' Byrd said. "My philosophy Is that everyone should be bilingual. It's like playing
LITEACYconinud o 3A musical instruments. It helps focus y~ou.


Evn Money set for Lyceum performance


Walk tdok place
Saturday a~tLake
DeSotO.
By TROY ROBERTs
!reber ts~laleclrg rpor rcr ;om
A little rain couldn't slow
the show of supPort for
breast cancer awareness
Saturday~ mortfing in Lake
City.
Local Avon reprksenta-
tives raised ran estimated
S1,500) --- significantly more
than their $1,0600goal -- for
br-east cancer research ait
a Saturday walk around


Lake DeSoto. Nearly 100
people parvtcipated mn the
walk despite i-ainy condi-
tions. Nationwide, the orga-
nizationr has raised more
than~ 8600( million that 'will
go toward breast ~cancer
research.
"IAvon has many different
walks~throuighouttle coun-
try, and this is something we
thought we could do," said
Kelly 'Porritt, district 'sales
thanager for Avon. She said
mn addition to breast cancer
awareness walks, Avon also
hosts walks in support of
SWALK continued on 3A


Perfbrnanuce
wil take place
nueSi8)' at LCCC.
Fromi .iljr repons
Bluegrass wrill be the
order of' the night as Even
Moneyy. ieaturling lojngime
La7ke City resident Skip
Johns, w~ill pe~rformn at ;::30 1
p.m. Tuesday! at Lake C'ity
Commnunity College.
The showv will tak~e place
at the Levy Performiing
AIrts Center, and is part
ofi the 2009i`-2010( Ly~Ceum
Series.
"We wrill be hav~ing somle
visitors on camiprsthis week
and I w~an ted to~ get an extra-
special act in casei they- can
take time to co~me watch,"


and harmoiiy vocals, and
alsq plays banjo and guitar;
Brian Durh7m, `bsss and
lead and harmnony vocals:
G~eoff Callaghian. guitrr
mnandolii anod harmon\
voenils; and Kay\ Lintron onl
itiddle.
T'he group's music styles
blends an1 assortmnent of
sounds, fromn bluegrass
anid folk tor rhythmi and
b~lues and soul
Ticktets for thie Ev'en
Ahmrler show1\ are Sl15 forl
adtults, S14 for se~nior~ age
LCCC stall andt studlents.
Seasoni lickets are 5till
availablel.
To, retscric ticklels orl for .


Tallahassee-based band Even Money Is set to perform at
Lake City Community College on Tuesday.
said Mlark K~irb'. coo~rdina- Tallahassee, wa~s folmed
Lor of thle performing arts in 2007il andl has pirformrned
center. "Even Mloney wa;s a number of conlcerts
a perfect choice. Just per- throughout Northi Florida.
fect." The band mnembersl include
Even Mlone!, based in Johns. whio performs lead


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Bradenton-based
Flagship National,
Bank shuttered.
From staff and ;wire reports
~F'irst Federal. Bank of
Florida, based in Laike City,
hais agreed to ~assume all
of the .deposits of Flagship
NationalBank-a Bradenton-
based bank that- was- shut-
tered by regulators on
Friday.
Flagship National Bank
had total assets of approxi-
mnately $190 million and
total' deposits of $175 mil-
lion. .
Its closing :on Friday,
coupled with two others
in Florida, one in Georgia,
one in Wisconsin, one
in ~Minnesota and one in
Illinois, brings bank clo-
sures to 106 for the year. :
'The Federal Deppsit
Insurance Corp. took over
Partne~rs.Bank, a small
bank in Naples, Fla'., with
$65.5 million in assets and
$64.9 million in deposits. .
Others that failed were
Hillcrest Bank Florida, also
based in Naples, which had
$83 million in assets and
$84millio i deo:isa d


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$1,500 for research


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domestic violence aware-
ness.
Clad in pink, many walkers
sloshed through the damp
conditions Saturday morn-
ing. There was no minimum
amount to walk Porritt
said many walkers walked
anywhere between one lap
around lake DeSoto to two
or three miles and the $10
registration netted each walk-


er an Avon Breast Cancer
Crusade Tote. All of the
money raised will go toward
breast cancer research.
Porritt said that this is an
event local Avon represen-
tatives hope to host on an
annual basis.
"Next year, we'll be big-
ger and better," she said.
"As long as this disease is
out there, we'll be here."


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Charlie Crist's offce, more
than 20 percent of Florida's
adults experience literacy
issues that severely impact
their lives and families,
as well as their ability to
work productively and
fully participate as citi-
zens and r-esidents of the
state Tlhe :;most recent i :
numbers available a
study' performed in,2003
by the.Florida Literacy
Coalition showed that
approximately 15 percent :
of Columbia County resi-
dents lack basic prose lit-
eracy skills. .
SAnd the relationship
between levelof educa;-
tio'n and poverty is clear.
According to a study by
the National Institute for
Literacy, approximately 43
percent of adults with very
low literacy skills live in
poverty.
This is a trend that the
local literacyprogram has


when it was formed out
`of a literacy council by
Mary Halyburton, Becky
Shiveler and Peggy Dyson.
The literacy group evolved
over the yeai-s, becoming a
United Way participant in
1989 and then into a part-
nership with the library in
1992. The partnership dis-
solved in 2004 due to a lack
of funding, but the pro-
gram is niow funded by the
county arnd through state
aid, said Katherine Evans,


assistant library director.
~Offering the literacy pro-
gramn falls in line with other
Services from the library,
Evans said.
: "Al our services are
free," she said. ~
SOne-on-one and small
group tutoring is available
for basic literacy, English
for speakers of other lan-
guages' and GED studies in
the program, Pounds said.
Around 50 different groups
meet each month for the
tutoring. .
Students are given an
assessment to see what
level~of literacy they need,
Pounds said. Then they are
matched with a tutor and
given materials.
"WIe provide all the mate-
rials free," she said. "There
. is no charge."
Tutoring sessions ~are
centered on the needs of
the student, Pounds said.
Some students want to
lernto seakdEngs hso
teacher conference wjith
their child. Others want
to be -able to fil out a job
application.
"They tell us what they
want to get out of it," she
said. "'They goal set for
themselves."
Thirty-five volunteer
tutors work in the pro-
Sgram, Pounds said.
Robert Byrd, of Lake
City, is one of those vol-
'unteers, and has tutored
in ESL for two-and-a-half


years, he said. While in the
U.S. Air Force, he traveled
to 44 different countries, .
and in every one he taught
English.
"l hate to See people not
read or write," he said.
"'They have' a difficult time
in society, especially the
ones from other countries."
The program has a class
for every person, regard-
less of their situation, Byrd
said. The program is not
just for people from other
countries, but anyone that
'has a problent with literacy.
More volunteers are
wanted for the programs,
Pounds said.
"We need tutors," she
.said. "~We have lots of stu-
dents."
Qualifications for tutor- i
ing are relatively simple.
"If you can read and
write and have a desire to


help, then you're qualified,"
Pounds said.
Tutors are also certified
in literacy training, she
said. The next tutor train-
ing is in January
"They'll get the satisfac-
tion of helping` others,"
Pounds said.
If a person doesn't want
to tutor, they can also make
a tax deductible donations
to the program to help.
For niore information .
about the literacy program,
contact Pounds at 758-2111
or e-mail columbialliteracy@
neflin.org.
Improving literacy
doesn't happen overnight,
Sbut the adult literacy pro-
gram is making an impact
on the community, Pounds
said.
"It's really a great
~program," she said. "It's
helped lots of adults."


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Child


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home

Registry informs
us that one child
j ~goes missing in the
United State every.
;40 seconds Thatt's about 1,000: '
Children per day, or 350),0~00 ~.
teach yeair. -.
SWhile the majority of these'
abductions are carried out byr
ffariniy members, an alarymitig.
4 ,000 to 5,000 noh-faril~y abdiic-
Itions are reported to fiolice
annuallyl. About 6 ~percent of
ithe!se, or 200 to` 300 cases, are
fthe most dangerous cases in
which the child is murdered,
fablsonied or kept.
These statistics, coupled wcith
ithe recent abducttioti and death ~
odf;1ay County studerit Somer
~Thompson, are cause for con-
icei-n on the part of all parents.
S1)ne common thriead runiiing
thoughh missing child :cases, the
rLegistry reports, is that these
parents did little to forewarn
their children or take other mea-
;sur-es to aver~t the tragedy.
,Columnbia..County
,Superinten'd~ent of Schools
,Mike M~illikip recently brought
'notice: to this conern. With a
:reinforcing message. Millikin
: said that parents rhlust pay
special attention to~ any suspi-
cious behaviors or~strangers in
Itheir neighborhoods; and that
Children's whereabouts m~ust b~e

c- t'ts god start, but it
might not be enough.
:To thwart would-be abduc-
tors, the registry adds these
;suggestions: ~
a Know where your~ child is
at all times. '
m Never leilve your child
alone in a public place, car of
stroller.
W Accompany your child on
door-to-door activities.
M Agree on a code for emer-
gency situations.
gi Teach your child how to
call for help.
The responsibility for keep-
ing -a child safe begins at home -
with good parenting. Parents
:that teach their children at
a young age~ what to' do if
approached by a stranger could
be ~averting a future 'abduction.



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winner 'of Gainesville and
the winner of White and
,Wolfson at 7:30 -p.m. on
Thursday if they win.
"I really think we have
a chance,"' coach Casie
McCallister said. "The
teams in our district are
phenomenal, and it will be
extremely tough. We will
have to play as a team and
be focused. After every-
thing we've endured, I think
these girls will be success-
ful in life' no matter what."
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TIGERS continued on 4B


Lady Tigers set
to compete m
clistnict tourney.
By BRANDON FINLEY
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Columbia High ~finished
the season on a two-game
winning streak to finish 10-
6 on the season, but the
Lady Tigers know that the
big task is still ahead of
them.
SThe Lady Tigers finished
4-4 in District 4-5A play, and
will be the fifth seed behind


Gainiesville, Buchholz,
Ml~iddleburgr aind Fleming
Islarid high schools.
The Lady Hurricanes of
Gainesville High finished
undefeated at 8-0 in the dis-
trict.
The top two teams in the
.tournament will advance
to the state playoffs.
Ridgeview, Lee, Ed Wh~ite
and Wolfson high schools
round out the bracket. .
Columbia opens up the
tournament on Monday at
5 p.m. against Fleming
Island in Middleburg. The
Lady Tigers will play' the


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Columbia High travels to Middleburg to take on Fleming Island in the District 4-5A
tournament. Team members are (front row, left to right): Laurie Kirby and Sayra Ree .
Second row~from left) are Beth Williams, Amanda Roach, DaBrea Hill and Arden Sibbernsen.
Back row (from left) are Haley Dicks, Taylor O~iens, Taylor Messer and coach Casie
McCallister.


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By BRANDON FINLEY
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At, -0. the C'olumbia High
freshman team tinishe~d the
season undefeated. It's the
first time in four years that a
team from Columbia county
has finished a season \vith-
out a loss.
Under coach Timmy
Jernigan, the freshman
Tigers ran past Bradford,
Hamilton, P.K. Yonge,
Gainesville, Buchholz,
Santa Fe and Eastside high
schools. The freshman
had three ~shutouts includ-
ing a 48-0 stomping of the
Tornadoes in the first game
.of the season. The fresh-
men wrapped up the season


Ayrers. Jollnsojn cnug over
10l touchdowns for uls and
also had six interceptions
at free safety. Jay'ce Barber-
is onle of the better qluarter--
backs in the area. I wvon't
go as far to say~ that het's the
best, but he's one of the betr-
ter onies. He's the guy pull-
ing the trigger for us and
I'm looking forward to see
what he can do at the next
level. Then there's Devonte
Levy at running back and
also Braxton Stockton.
These guys have the ability
to be role players."
Jernigan also was very
iinpressed with his coach-
ing staff consisting of Carlos
Brown, Jeremiah Fulton'
Doug Peeler,' Vincent
Woodbury and Joe Denlon.
It's a :groupE: consi'st-
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FRESHMAN continued on 4B


\ail a l-le~ victory! against
Eastside.
The treshman Tigers von
every' gamle by twro scores
throughout the season.
"We~ w~ere led b C'harles
C'ombs and Ja\ere Smlith
on the defensive line."
Jernigan said. "Felix W~oods
w~as a very~ versatile player
for us, and could be a role
player for' the varsity. Jesse
Stokes came on really good
at the end.' Darren Burch
played well, and a player
that ended up with three
picks in the secondary was
Dretw Clark."
The offense also .was
impressive, averaging 30
points per ~gamne in seven
contests.
"Laremy Tunsil is one
of the better offensive linei-
men in the area," Jernigan
said. "At receiver, we had
Shaquile Johnson and Nate


COURTESY PHOTO
Members of the 2009' Columbia High Freshman Tigers are (in alphabetical order)
Nathaniel Ayers, Mnalik Baldwin, Jayce Barber, Shawn. Baxter, Solomon Bell,
Michael Blackmon, Robb Bryant, Darren Burch, Deven Burnhan, Drew Clark, Charles Combs,
Edward Gaines, Dustin Green, Marquise Harrell, Thom~as Holmes, Willie Howard,
Raheem Jackson, Shaquile Johnson, Divonte Levy, Kendal Lewis, Nick Martino,
Desmond Mayo, Garrell Mcelhenney, Alex Mdilton, Brett Newcom'b, Antonio Pelham,
Ras~hawn Per ,. Joshl Re nolds, Javere Srnith, Jordan Stewart :Braxtoiit Stockton,
Jesse Stokes, John Sweat, Ronald Timmons, Laremy Tunsil, Te~rrance W itfed,
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By TIM KIRBY
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QUINCY A driving
rain kept Fox't White High
conservative in the first
half. It worked so well, the
Indians stayed with .the
ground game. .
The result was a 19-12
win for Fort White at East
Gadsden High on: Friday in
a District 2-2B matchup.
.With Bradford High
beating Flor~ida High, it
operied uib the path' to a dis-
trict title for the Indians.
Lining up for much of
the game in what looked
like an old -fashioned T for-
mation, Fort White's three
running backs combined
for 38 carries out of 48
plays run bdy the Indians.
We ran right, at them,

cOnditin, F odt 0 i
head coach Demetric
Jackson said.
Alexis Blake turned in
thie first 100-yard game
this season for the Indians,
'asdhseofn shdr vthB 1
added two rushing touch-
dows his team-leading
His 52-yard 'touchdown
run midway through the
third quarter put the game
out of reach. On the play,


the left side of the line
opened a hole and Blake
burst through and outran
the secondary. He also
scored oil a four-yard run.
Montre Cray rushed
for 55 yards on 10 car-
ries.. Soron Williams got
the most carr-ies, 15, and
ran for 30 ,yards. Cray
often teamed up with
Jerry Stringfellow' for the
backfield blocking. Cray'S
27-yard run set uis Fort
White's second touch-
down.
QuarterbaickClexGilmer
only threw six times, but
the first pass went for 60
yards and a touchdown.
Roy Blake hauled in the
throw and shed a taclder to
score his first touchdown
of the season.
The score came at 7:58

fas erua afen erth~e ee d
had ~punted back and fd~rth
five times.
The Indians' defense
had East Gadsden hover-
ing ~around the 100 yardS
of offense cakms unti so

56 yards late in the game.
It Ided1t a lat eto chdO
give: up through the air.
The Jaguars other touch-
down came on' an 80i-yard
interception return.


Steven Griffith recorded
Fort White's second inter-
ception of the season. Roy
Blake and Kevin Calhoun
had sacks.
Fort White hosts Taylor
County High at 7:30 p.m.
Friday. Fort White's junior
varsity final game at Santa
Fe High has been moved
to 7 p.m. on Wednesday.
East Gadsden 0 0 6 6 12
FortWhite 0 13 6 0 J9
Second Quarter
FW--R. Blake 60 pass from Gilmer
(kick blocked), 7:58
FW---A. Blake 3 run (Johnson Kick).
4:20
FW-A. Blk rd Quarte(kick failed),
s:47
EG--Williams 80 interception return
(kick blocked),:22
Fourth Quarter
EG--Akins 12 pass from Garrett
(kick blocked),:58

FrtdwsFort White East Gadsden
Russqes-yaids .42-199 34-147
comp-;4te-lnt '3-6-2 4-1s-1
Punts-Avg. 3-34 5-27
Fumbles-Lost 3-1 4-1
Penal rfUA31.TTATISTIC


Gilmer 4-(-1 1). East Gadsden, Rey;nolds
136,G ~rOt 749 ,ohnsome 9-2

81-2. East Gadsden, Garrett 4-15-18-1.
RECEIVIN ~-Fort White, R. Blake
I-60, Phillips 1.-16, A. Blake 1-5. East
GadsdenAkins 2-15, Mathews 1-4, Lewis


'JASON MATTHEW WALKER/Lake City Reporter
Columbia High's Jamaal Montague. (81) makes way as he reaches a first down against
Godby High on Friday night's 21-18 Ioss


Powelf's big night not enough

7r COuium a mn 21-18 defeat


Columnbia ;had .their
chances, but missed oppor-
tunities and penalties played
a factor late. The Tigers
had the Cougars pinned in
a third and 19 situation late,
but Andrews broke .c'on-
tainment to pick up a key
lirst down. On fourth down,
with the game on the line,
Andrews conriected on the
game-winning touchdown.
Columbia was penalized
eight times for 82 yards
including 55 yards that
impacted the game in the
late going.
The positives for the
Tigers is that they have
now proven they can play
with a championship cali-


ber program. ~
Columbia now turns to
the mosjt important game of
the season. Ed White High
comes into Tiger Stadium
on Friday with 'a 5-2 record
and is undefeated' in the
district at 3-0. The winner
of the game will vin District
4-4A.
The ICommanders are
:vulnerable against the
pass, ard Jamaal-Montague
could have big game after
being contained kigainst the
Cougars.
Montague finished with
44 yards receiving on five
catches. He had a 45 yard
pass called back due to
offensive interference.


By BRANDON FINLEY
bi~nle) ilakezcit reporterkiom ::~

Tiger Powlell rushed for
106t yards, but it wasn't
enough as the Columbia
High Tigbrs fell to -1-2-1 on
the season in a heartbreak-
ing' loss to,state runner-up
Tallahassee Godby.
It was a playoff caliber
opponent, and the Tigers
proved thiey' hre. ready
to play playoff football.
`Leading 183-13 late, the
'Cougars mustered up a
17;-yard touchdown pass
fr-om quarterback Dennis
Andrews to Chris St. Hiliare
for the come-from-behind
victory.


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Fort White quarterback Alex Gilmer (12) is tackled by a Florida High defender on oct. 9.


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three girls quit' the team
after senior night, bjut
McCallister believes .the
team has~ only~ gotten stron '
ger sice..~ :
"I believe in this group
of girls." MlcCallister said.
"I believe' they- can ptill it
out. Our chemistry and
bond' has only gotten
stronger."
One of the keys in


the district i ournamenE
v fill be -defense, a's most
teams are trery good up
fr4ont. Taylor Messer has
come on strong at the
eird of' the season,. and in
par~ticularl~.wasbinstrumental
in a season-ending victory
against For t White.
"WVe have to know it
'takes all: of us," IMcCallister
said. "It's easy to see the


improvement, Alesser is
hitting hlardei.than she has
all y~ear, but we're also play-
ing smart. If th-e tips open,
we put it down. Da~'Brea Hill
is also phly7ing awesomne.
We know~ that wve have' to
in strong a~t the net. We
have to put a good block up.
Fleming Islanid, GHS an~d
Bucilholz all have strorig
hitters."


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ers: with the exception of
Vincent W\oodbury, who
played at Ocala Forest,"
Jernigan said; "Th~e~ :
were 'all v;ery depend-
able, and we worked well
together."
Jernigan's ilangest lasting
impression of the freshman


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team will be the disciplined
they' shoi\cd ~throughout
the yeajr.
"At the start of the sea-
,son we~wanted to get the
klids going irr the right
directionn on aird ff the
f~ield," Je~rnigan said. "WNe
didn't have' any kids get


sent to ISS all season, and
it reflected on the field
withl a~ undefeated 'season.
The teamn re-ally learned
how to finish games and'
play~ together as a tea~rth
That's the most important
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By PATRICK SCOTT
pscott@lakecityreporter. com
Frogs Pulb, a local land-
mark for almost three
.decades, is closing its
doors' Nov. 1.
The current owner of
the Pub, Troni Boyle --~ also
known as. "Mom" made
the announcement
recently' at the bar. That
notice followed news that
Boyle's lease on the prop-
erty -would not be renewed
because the property had
bAnt dugh the builing I
has been at its current
address, 1867-We~st U.S.
Highway; 90, for more than
six~ decades, it has been
horne to many different
businesses.
In 1982, the~n-owner
Mert Niewisch Sr.'
changed the nature of the
busmhess ~from Fiogs Dutch
Meal Restaurant to Frogs
Pub. ~For the next 27 years,
the business \vould change
hands, but the hame would
stay the same.
'Thait name sprung
'from a nickname given
to Niewisch's son, Mert .
:Niewisch Jr., A football
player at Columbia Higl1
School.


carvings in the walls, Boyle -
said she knows the busi-
ness had a character all


its own. She also knows
people will miss it: "It's a
redneck Cheers," she said.


"It's true," Mert
Niewisch Jr. said. "I looked
like a frog when I sqjuat-
ted."
Boyle assumed the busi-
'ness~ from Niewisch at the
time the establishment
changed from a restaurant
to a pub.
'There is no' difference
since I took it over," Boyle
said.
Boyle's daughter, and co-
owner of Frog's, Shqwne
~Hunt, grew up around the
pu er memories make it
hard for her to say good- `:
by
"I'm going to cry, there
are a lot of people ibvho are
.going to be at a loss," she
said.
F ~ior some of the regu-
Slars, Frogs has meaning
beyond that of being a bar.
a Ye' had some futn," said
'Ibrry Mitchiell of Lake
'City, a patron since 19;85.
Mitchell was not only
patron to express his feel-
ings about the pub.
"You feel like you belong
when you come here," said
Jeanette Martes of Lake
.i). who has patronized
Frogs for more than 2.5


years.
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on the ceiling to the hand


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Diana Parker
CAMPUS USA Credit Union



SPosition
;Service Center Manager


Helen Tarr
Aspen Dental Group, P.A.




POSition
Administrator

How long Establishedl or in Career
Over 30 years in Healthcare -
12 years with Aspen Dental GrouP -
SAwards & Achievements
..National Trap Shooting Team 2 years
Certified Sporting Clays Instructor

Public .Service Involvements
Active in American Brittany Rescue and Boykin Spaniel Rescre


Linda Creamer
Cal-Tech Testing Inc.
Asphall/Concrete Engineening Teshing
Environmental Dnlllng &. Soil Investigation

Position
Owner
How long Established or in Career
29 years You have a` sinkhole, we have the solution .
Awards & Achievements
My greatest achievement is being blessed with 3 beautiful,
surccessfutl daurghters':Atny Brown, my right arml and Executive
VP of Cal-Tech: Abbyl Stalvey,; Cal-Tech 's opi~ce manager, PR
Personnel/EEO Ogicer; and Angie Anlshultz, whomn is my most
independent arid is determined to.be a successful RN.
Public Service Involvements
The most imlportant entity in my~ life is God. Without Him, I
would not be where I am today. Guardian Ad Litem, Woman 's
Chlb, CARC, Garden Club, Hospice, Mount Carmel Baptist
Church, March of Dimes, the Crisis Center, sponsor youths
including my, 4 grandchildren, and contribute to different
S charities throughout the year.

Hwy 247 Lake City
t 755-36j33


1788 SW Barnett Way
.Lake 'City, FL .
386.752.2336


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Debra Parrish Evanrs
Dees-Parrish
Family Funeral Home


Position
Owner/lLicensed Funeral Dir~ector

How long Established or in Career
22 years in the funeral business.
Owner/ operator since 2004.

Awards & Achievements
Licensed Funeral Dir~ector/lEmbalmer since 1991

SPublic ~Service. Involvements
Memzber of: CA.R.C.; Rotarly Chib of Lake City Downtown;
Independent Furneranl Director~s of Flor~ida anld the Fightin '
SGator- Touchdowli Club, mlember of Third Circuit Child .
Advocacy, Center-, Inlc.


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FAMILY FUNERAL ~HOME 386-752-1234 '




IKylie Dasher
;Fi'rst Federal Ban~k of Florida






SPosition
Financial Center Manager

How long Established or in Career '
9 years in banking &~ finance

Awards & AchievementS
Active and participate in mnay locar c~haritries. "I have
trained to ruCn in mniarathons anld believe that you should
not limit your. challenges, but challenge your limits.


4705 US Hwy 90 West

~Lake City, FL 32056
.Za/.a~a/ 386.755.0600 ext. 3904


Gloria Markham
First Federal Bank of Florida




Position
Manager. of Mrain Blvd. Brdanc

How long Established or in Career .
18 years in Banking

Awards & Achievements
Started with Fir~st Federal as a loan processor, stepped up
to consumers loan o~fjfcer, managed our call center for 3
Years, now thejfinancial center `ranager/financial
specialists since 2001

Public Serviite Involvements.
Involved w~itht Women iti Business for approximately ,8 years

I I 4705 US Hwy 90 West
.Lake City, FL 32056'
,%wd ~ial 386.755.0600 ext. 3601


Crista Thomas
First ~Federal Bank of Flori~da




Position .
Financial Manager Mall Offcice Branch
How long Established or in Career
10 years in banking & finance over 2V/2 years with First
Federal
Awards & Achievements
SLeadership Lake City 2008, received 'Certificate of
Appreciation from First iFederal Bank for 'Outstandinzg
Performance & lasting contribution 2008-2009
Public Se'rvice Involvements
Lake City Chamber of~ Commerce 'memzber and active in several
charities. "I believe in working very har~d to find the right finan-
cial products and services for my customers, but also equally
important to spend quality time with my family."

4705 US Hwy 90 West
Lake City, FL 32056
I,.

: Rhonda J. Smith
Planet Beach



Position
How long Established or in Career
>10 years as a Teacher/ Guidance Counselor a'nd
LCCC Adijunrct Professor; 5 years in Medical Sales
SAs ~ards & Achievements
Masters inr Edu~cational Admtinistrration and Supervision (M~Ed.),
Masters inl Bursiness Admrinlistratfiori (M.BA.), Masters in Health
Administrations, M.HA.) to be completed inl December 2009. Awvards
f~r "Excellenlce inr Teal~mwork anld Leadersrhip," "Top, Sales Produrcer,
"Most Incenties for Pr~oduct Lau~nchl." Who's Who Amtonlg Executi've
Procfe'ssionacl Worrnen: 2005-2006, 2007-2008, Whosv Who Amlong
Am~ericanl Teachersv 5 consuecutlive yeacrs~.
Public 'Service Involveriinents
Volunteler ~f~r. Shand~s at Unriversity of Flor~ida anld mulltiple chraritab~le
oraniztinronls, Chamher ofCommer~ce, Cancer benrefit suppo~crtrer,
Amrericarn Heart Asssoination supp~lorter.

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"5~~"~ F~tte a c& Ity. Lake City, F"L 32055
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off the Gulf Coast. The 378-
foot Freedom, a ship built
in Wisconsin by a compet-
ing defense contractor, has
put up similar numbers. ~
Both versions of the
Littoral Cambat Ship use
powerful diesel engines,
as well as gas turbines '
for extra speed. They use
steerable waterjets instead
of propellers and rudders
and have shallower drafts
than conventiplial war-
ships, letting then zoom
close to shore.
The ships, better able to


chase down pirates, have
been fast-tracked because
the Navy wants vessels -
that can operate in coastal,
or littoral, waters. Freedom
is due to be deployed next i
year, two years ahead of ,
schedule.. .
SIndependence is an
aluminum, ~tri-hulled war-
ship built by A~ustal USA
in Mobile, Ala. The lead
contractor is Maine's Bath
Iron Works, a subsidiary of
General Dynamics. ,
Lockheed Martin ,
Corp. is leading the team


that built Freedom in
Marinette, Wis. It looks
more like a conventional
warship, with a single hull
made of steel.
The stakes are high
for both teams. The Navy
plans to select Lockheed
Martin or General
Dynaricis, but not both,
as the builder. The Navy
has ordered one more ship
from each of the teams
before it chooses the final
design. Eventually, the
Navy wants to build up to
55 of them..


By DAVID SHARP
Associated Press
BATH, Maine The
Navy's need for speed is
being answered by a pair of
warships that have reached
freeway speeds during test-
ing at sea-
Independence, a 418-foot
warship built in Alabama,
boasts a top speed in
excess of 45 knots, or
about 52 mph, and sus-
tained 44 knlots for four .
hours during builder trials
that wrapped up this month


ASSOCIATED PREss
This image provided by the U.S. Navy shows the littoral com-
bat ship Independence (LCS 2) underway durring builder's
trials on July' 12. The second of the Navy's new generation of
speedy warships designed to operate close to shore topped
-50 miles per hour in builder trials completed this month.


How Long Established or in Car~eer
27 years
Awards and Special Achie~vements
'University of Lending, Management Essentials of
Supervision School, Certified Financial Professional
CUNA Branch Management Institute. Husband
-Jimmy, Daughter-Jenifer (Jeff), G6rinddauighters-
Hilary, Alison &~ Emma

Public Service :Involvemensts
Chzristianz Heritage Church, United Way .


1sa SW Bascom Norris Dr..
Lake Gity, FL~
386-754-2215


SLaurel A.

Warwicke, MD.d
i 4 i.Community Cancer Center
;i of Noith Florida


How long Estabjlished or ia Career
8 years

Awards & Achilevements
2000 Roentgen Resident/Fellow Research Award; Published :
.in the International Journal of.Radiation Oncology 'Biology'
Physics;. American Brachytherapy Society Aest PosterAward

Public Service Involvements
~ Board Member of the American Cancer Society


(3.86) 755-0601
ccenf.com


COMMUNITY
CANCER CENTER
NORTH FLOnRED LAKE CITY


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Ai Ying Liang
Guangdong C'hinese Restaurant




How long Established or in Career
Owner since 1999

Awards & Achievements
Entrepreneurr of the Year 2009 ~

Public Service InvolvementS
SCORE, Lion's Club, Women in Business,
New Comers, Colurmbia Federated Republican Women,
Eastern Airline .


Donna Mangrum
Mangrum Plumbing, Inc.


Position
offeTe Manager
How long Established. or in Career
2V/2 yCOTS
Awards & Achievements
I have been a Militairy wife to Andy Mangrum for the past 15
years. We have 3 of the greatest gifts you can havd our three
beautiful girls;. Marissa, Kristen and Bailee. All of them make our
great team family'. We retired out of the United States Army in
2007 and opened Mangrum Plumbing, Inc which has been voted
Best of the Best for the past 2 years. (Thank You, Lake City)
Public Service Involvements
Active volunteer Boxtop Coordinator for Monet & Me, part of
I-Commerce team, Team 100, Setter International, Kiwanis
Volunteer, Involved in church at 1st Apostolic Church of Lake
City, member of Sharing Gratitude and supports lochl sports
and charitable organizations.
24 S ain Bld.,


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.Dr. Celia Martin
aMartin Orthodontist


Position .
Doctor `(Orthodontist)

.How long Established or in Career
21 years `-
Awards & Achievements
National Advisory Committee for 3-M Unitek, ,
Aaeyof Women Dentist and Operaitive Dentistry Awadrd'
Past Faculty of the Umiversity of Florida.Denttal School'
,~ Memb~er of Great AspirationsJ 1999i an 11~-person team that
trekked to the Nqrth Pole, Climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro 1999 &
went to Antarctic~a with National Geographic 2007

.- Public Service Involvements
Altrusa Me nber, Supiporter of Youfth Activities and Sports.

M ~~701 SW State Road` 47Lk Ct F
11 it ti386-755-1001


SLisa Martin
Mercantile Bank .



.Position
Money Manager II, Licensed Branch Associate

.How long Established or in Career
7 years

Awards & Achievements
Leadership Lake City Class of 2008; United Way Account
Executive 200`9; Comlpleted Miercantile Bank Licensed Branch
Associate Program. Husband,.Ed.

Public Service Involvements
United Way Division Chair, Chamber of Commerce


2844 US Highway 90
MERCANTILE BANK Lake City, FL 32055
385-754-0063


Cindy Robinson
Mercantile. Bank



Position
Branch Supervisor and Licensed Branch Associate

How long Established or in Career
11 years

Awards & Achievements
2009 Altrusant of the Year, Recognized for 2009 Achievement
as Top Licensed Branch Associate for entire Mercantile Bank
System. Husband David and daughters, Ashley and Cassie

Public Service Involvements
Board Member and Current Treasurer of Another Way;
Altrusa International

160 US Highway 90
MERCANTILE BANK Lake City, FL 32055
385-758-7614




ShaonPace
Norh lordaPharmacy




Position
Pharmacist

How long Established or in Career
Pharmacist for 25 years

Awards & Achievements
Married to Steven Pace, 3 wonderful daughters-





*~~L Chit ..h et~ro



Position 1Pharmacist

How long Established or ini Career
32 Years

Awards & Achievenients
Audrey C. McG'ann Award for Pharmacy Practice
from the University of Florida Pharmacyl Fraternity
.(1998), Smith Kline & French Award for Clinical
Pharmacy (1978), Husband GaG

Public Service Involvements
To give the best possible service
& information to my patients.


Ka~tohln FaMarshall
of Ft. White




POSiti0R .
Ft, White Pharmacy Manager/Co-Owner

How long Es~tablished or in Career .
7 years

Awards & Achievements .
Doctor of Pharmacy degree from University of Florida



NORTH FLORIDIA 7729 SW US Hwy 27

PHAPRMACIIY Ft. White
(386) 497-2580


Ernily~lilson





Position
Pharmacist

How long Established or in Career
6 years

Awards & Achievements
Doctor of Pharmacy from University of Florida





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PIHAtRMIA;CY Lake City, FL
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Lake City, FL
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Lake City, FL
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Lake City, FL
(386) 755-9300


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Stephanie Oakley
Florida Credit Union



Position
Branch Manager

How long Establistled or ha Ciareer

an 1 years in financial services

Awards & Achievements
Rex Jo~hnson University of Lending
Public Service Involvements
Volunteer with Columbia County School Board I
(specifically Westside Elementary), frequent blood donor
and supporter of local animal shelters.


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Ms. Wezzie's Haircuts'

Position
Owner/Operator
How tong Established or in' Career .
blaster Cosmetolog~ist & Barber/ Stylist for 36 years -'
Awards &. Achievements
Certified by: Clairol, Sag~ioon, Zoto, De-Lo-Rossi, Pivot Pointt,.
International, & Mr. Peter Bantz. Married to husband, Mijichael &
3 children; Billy, Jack, Michael and Bonnie. Baptized in 1983 and
trying to live a Christian hife.
Public Service Involvemients .
Member of 191ks Lodge #893, Lifetime Member ;f NRA and .
.Blue-G~rey Army and FFA Alumni. Volunteer at. Haven Hospice,
, VA Hospital, VFW, FF'A, 4H and numerous other organizations.


B Sharon .Rosenfeld




Position
~Pharniacist

How longBstablished or in Career
31 Years

Awards & Achievements
Married to Joel Rosenfeld, 3 great .
children han 2 great sons-in-lawj


Ms. ~(I,1
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NORTH: PLORIDA
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LAKE CITY REPORTER WOMEN IN BUSINESS SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2009 5C


Toni Crenshaw
'Phish Heads, Inc.


Position
The Q~ueen

How long Established or in Career
Raised in the business; now celebrating
10 phun, phantastic years at Phish Heads

SAwards & Achievements
Entreprdneur of the Ifear.Nomination;
SSoft graduated with business degree from
Florida Atlantic University `- Phinally!

Public Service Involvements
Supports local sports and charitable organizations


1445 SW Main BAlvd.
La~k Ci ,0 FL


Amy R. Fernandes
.LPN, BS, HCA
Omni Home Care Lake City

Position
Patient Care Manager West Team

How long Established or in Career
15 years
Awards: & Achievements
Mother to 5 children: Lindsay 21, Brad 20, Jessica 1 7, .
Christian 5, Bella 3. Student of the Year and Clinical
Excellence Award 1994 LCCC Practical Nursing Program.
Graduated St. Leo University Dean's List
Public Service Involvements
Member of Lulu Advent Christian Church, CARC Bowl-
a-thon team captain and top 7 fundraiser, Senior Services
Bowl-a-thon team ~captain and relentless fundraiser,
Epiphany Parent Organization member

1037 US Hwy 90 W ste 140
a ou~t ..ree Lake Ct~yFL 32055





Carol WNalker
Rountree Moore
Chevrolet Cadillac Nissan




SHow long Establish'ed or in Career .
9 years

Awards & Achievements
My children

Public Service Involvements -
American Legion


Print-O-Matic, LLC



How long Established` or in Carger
Printing and publishing since 1979, moved to Lake City
and purchased Print-O-Matic in 2001

Awards & Achievemnents
Nominated Entrepreneur of the Yealr in Gainesville, Florida,
Won prestigious State Wide Se'lf-Advertising award
from Printing Industries of Florida, Entrepreneur in
the Printing Business since 1979 various other
entrepreneurial achievements
Public Service Involvements
Support various Civic Activities


> b C~P 366 SW Knox St., ste 101
neLake City, FL 32025
BSO~lfia FAT I PN~lm& OP SNC 179 (38~6) 755-7373


i Patricia WI~son
Wiilson's' Outfitters/
Wil~sons Ace Hardware


Missy Zecher
SRE/MAX Professionals Mrrc.





How long Established or in Career
15 years experience in the housing industry, 3 years as a
licensed realtor
Awards & Achievements
'REMAX Professionals Rookie of the Year
CDPE Cer~tiyied D~istressed Property Expert
CSP Certified Short Sale Prolfessional






www~missyieher~om
RBM'c (386)623-0237


SPOSition
co-owner

'How long Established or in Career
18 years in famd~y business with husband Hambone Wilson.
Awards & Achievements
Recently~ opened newest business Wilson's Outfitters
2 sons Gary &d Eric.

Public Service Involvements .
Supports local sports, schools and
charitable organizations


SWILSON'lS OUTFITTERS 1291 SE. Baya Ave
WILSONIS; AC Lake City
755-7060


347 SW M~ainIvxd


. 4316 West US Hwy 90
Lake` Cityr, FL


ROKINTREE-MOORE


ROUNTREE-MOORE
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4316 West US Hwy 90

386.75 Oe ~8.72 .6933~


Sunbelt Honda



Position
SFinance Manager
How. long Established or in Car~eer
23 years
.Awardcs & Achlievemients
Amnerican Finaticial & Autdmobbile Service, .
Automotive Trainring Academy


2018 SW Main 'Blvd.,
L"a s' Cty :: 205


2018 SW M~ain Blvd
Lake City FL53020025


4316 West US Hwy 90

386.75L 05 .8172 6933


ROUNTREE-MOORE


1605 US Hwy 90W
Lake City, FL 32055
386.755.4097 ext. 5511


.r~ Judy Ashe
North Florida Pharmacy


Position
Pharmnacist

How long Established or in Career
7 Years ,

Awards & Achievements
SDoctor of Pharmacy degree from University of Florida

Public Service: Involvements
Serves on Public Affairs Cobuncil of Florida Sy~stem of
Health Systems Pharmacist


NOI~R 14 AR DA


Rhonda Knowles'

Of9WS
Rountree Moore
.Chevrolet Cadillac Nissan

:Position
Sales anid Leasing Professrional
"Where honesty and a ;handshake is
still the way we do business"
S. How long Establish~ed or in Career
S year 6 months '
Awards & Achievements
Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration
GM certified 4 years:
Public Service Involvements
Girl Scout Leader for over 8 years, Event Chair' for Relay
for hife 1 year, Volunteer Relay for Life 2 years American
Cancer Society 1 year, LCCA.Chteerleadintg Coach years


Dgnielle Rodgers
SSunbelt Honda



Position
.' Sales
How long Established or in -Career
7 years
Awards & Achievem~ents
Council of Sales Leadership Gold Level in 2005,
Silver level for 2006 and 2007
Mother of 2 children~ ages 11 & 1f2 years old,
Heather and Joshua Thomas.
.Internet Sales and Sales Consultant.
SPulblic' Service Involvements
TIn great appreciation to God, my customers, family and friends
.who helped me obtain these goals. (thank You.)


Mary Rountree
Rountree Moore
Chevrolet Cadillac Nissan

Position .
Sales &Lease Consu~ltani c

How long Estabished or in Career
7 years

I came to automobile sales for three reasons. I wanted so~me-
thing to do after I retired. I wanted to work in the town where
I live, and I wanted to meet people. That wvas seven years ago
arid I have not looked back. I've built my sales career on help-
ing people get over their fear of pushy sales people and get -
.back to enjoyingg buying a new vehicle. With 'Chevrolet, Cadillac
and Nissan new vehicles and a huge selection of quality used
vehicles, Rountree-Moore has a product offering that can serve
every budget and just about every whim.


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Connie Rollberg
Sunstate Federal Credit Union



Position
Branch Mdnager .

How long Established or in Career
OveL- 20 years in banking

Awards & Achievements
Board Member-Chamber of Cornmerce,
Board ~Member-Rotary of Lake City Dowintown,
Chair-Gateway Busin'ess Alliance
Public Service Involvements
SCORE, Partners of Hope, Int.


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~:~ -~:i1.,?.. ~. The W eek in Review '


STOCKS OF LOCAL INTEREST
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Name Ex Div Last Chg%ChaoChg IName Ex Div Last CgCgCo
AT&T Inc NY 1.64 25.73 +.03 +0.1 -9.7 Lowes NY .36 20.71 -.65 -3.0 -3.8
Apple Inc Nasd ... 203.94 +15.89 +8.4+134.9 Marshils NY ..04 5.97 -1.39 -18.9 -56.2
AutoZone NY ... 137.62 -6.90 -4.8 -1.3 McDnlds NY 2.20 59.43 +.65 +1.1. -4.4
BkofAm NY .04 16.22 -1.04 -6.0 +15.2 MicronT NY -... 7.45 -.56 -6.3+182.2
BobEvn Nasd .64 27.68 -.92 -3.2 +35.5 Microsoft Nasd .52 28.02 +1.52 +5.7 +44.1
BostonScl NY ... 8.75 -1.27 -12.7 +13.0 NY Times NY ... 10.74 +2.26 +26.7 +46.5
CIT Gp NY 1.14 +.02 +1.8 -74.9 NobltyH Nasd .25 9.60 -,60 -5.9 +21.4
CNBFnPA Nasd .66 16.76 -1.05 -5.9 +49.8 NokiaCp NY .52 13.14 -.34 -2.5 -15.8
CSX NY .88 43.32 -3.45 -7.4 +33.4 OcciPet NY 1.32 82.15 -.25 -0.3 +36.9
ChampEhNY ..35 +.03+10.0-37.1 Oracle 'Nasd .20 22.05 +.24 +1.1 +24.4

Cseron Nad '2.1 -.1 0.+4. n epCo NY 1810 12 201.


Eilirpd Nas ... 1.66 -.09 -5.1 44.3 Rfiegin NY .04 7.253 -.30 -5.1 -30.5
FPL Grp NY 1.89 5324-.63-7 -:21.6+.6 Ryderh NY 41.00 4.49-.26 -0.6 +14.7
FamlyDgr NY .54 2.17+1 +2.9 +1.9.8 PSesarsHdgNasd .1 .72.78 +2.750 +.9 +87.2
Flanize aNY 2... 1.18 -2.28 -1.92+55.3 SothnSo NY 11.75 382.6 +.17 +0.5 -11.7
DiFoerdM NY ... 7.637 +.20 1+.8+233.2 SPrin~tReNY 3. .625 -.22 -6.3+771.6
F~raeda NYs ... 1.36 --.36 -20.9+86.3 SPR gonNY 2.42 108.0 -.81 -0.7 190.8
FPGenle NY 1.40 152.0 -.88 -5.5 -462 SPRynclNY 1.38 15.10 -.12 -0.8 +10.6
FailomelpNY .90 26.27 -8+.99 36+14.1 Tieamrs~sNYs .75 30.78 +2.70 +1.2 +387.0


!ShEMis NY .59 40.76 +.01 ... +63.2 WalMart NY 1.09 50.44 -.78 -1.5 -10.0
iShR2K NY .83 60,06 1.62 -2.6 +22.0 WellsFargo NY .20 29.32 -.70 -2.3 -.5
Intel Nasd .56 19.78 -.40 -2.0 44.9 Xerox .NY .17 7.88 +.27 48.5 -1.1

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Haytng 0.31 +2.32 t33.2 1ChMda wt 3.57 +1.76 +r97.2. IRadcom 2.45 41.26 +105.9
NYTimes 10.74 +2.26 +26.7 anriun 4.48 +1.98 +79.2 HMN Fn 6.29 +2.87 +83.9
CP~mh 12.97 +2.60 +25.1 1 ChMdaun 14.43 +4.43 +44.31 CascadeFn 2.69 +1.13 +72.4







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MGC5.13 -1.29 .-20.11 ContMatls 11.05 -2.20 -16.61 TwinDisc 10.47 -4.14 -28.3
Ncate2.30 -.56 -19.6 1Bamwell 4.84 -.81 -14.3 IAffymetrix 6.68 -2.20 -24.8
Snvs 2.92 -,70 -19.3 1NTSR Cy 3.90 -.62 -13.81 Tri~uint 6.07 -1.98 -24.6
Masls 5.97 -1.39 -18.9 CacP 4.03 .-.64 -13.71 IOexaTher 2.32 -.73 -24.0
Satoes2.12 -.48 -18.5 Pu a~o 7.10 -1.02 -12.6 Phxc 2.47 -.78 -24.0
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SPR 9384721108.08 -.811 IGokStr g 181485 3.59 +.151 Ilntl rlo1 U
Fanieae580471.18 -.28 Noaldg127558 Y1.97 -.-69 E~rade 2874881 1 66 09
enlc5069718 15.20 -.88 1 Taseko. 122756 3.03 +.35 Gso 2005668 24~.l7 *.15
SPRFncl4675025 15.10 -.12 Desn g 113389 1.68 -.081 Oracle 1760638 22.05 +.24
DiFerrs40T/363 19.37 +.30 1 NthgtM g 112055 2.77 -,01 ApeInc 1566024203.94+15.89
Plzr395015917.25 -.52 1 Sinovac .105560 749 -.681 leay 1489667 23.56 -.93
i~Eks3516108 40.76 +.01 Gta g 103437 1.56 -.101 SunMicro 1345675 8.44 -.68
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Adaned1,317 1 Advanced r269 1Advanced 921
Dicind1,844 1 Decilned 13461 D~ecined ;.. 1,953
High 698 New Ig 81 INo~gh~s 3 0
Totelissues 3,214 1 Total issues 640( IToal issues 2,940
Unhngd53 U'Ilnchanged 251 Unchanged 66
Volue 2,894511524Volue 76,86,08 Voume 11,414,026,091


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Canada 1.0523 1.0486
Euro ..6666 .6655
Japan 92.10 91.29


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rate p ae pt ae pts VA

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EarthMortgae (877)327-8450 NoQuote NoQuote No'Quote NoQuote



1st Metropolitan Mortggge (800) 548-5988 15.99 /2.00 5.38 /2.00 5.50 /0.00 No Quote


HeidelbergCapital Cop. (1800) 968-2240 6.13 / I.00 5.75 /1.0P 5.50 / 1,00 No Quote



Nationwide Mrg.LendingGrp.l (866) S48-6535 6.25/0.00 5.88/0.00 5.50/0.00 NoQuote



WebbMortgagebirctl (800)952-8706 6.38/0.00 5.88/0.00 6.13/0.00NoQuore

Rates provided by Shophlateom. Rates are valid as of A ignst 12, 2008. Rates are inclusive of all
fees and are subject io change without notice. Call lender d irtaly for API. s. Lenders wishing to
participate in this service, please call 877-429-0940. For addi ional informs tion on mortgages, go to:
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100 JOoipbportunities
LUBE TECH WANTED
Lube/oil/Filter/d
Rotate Tires/Balance
Apply at: Rountree-Moore
Chevrolet/Cadillac/Nissan.
See Jimbo Pegnetter
Mystery Shoppers earn tip to
$100 per day. Under cpver shop-
pers needed to judge retail &
dinmng establishments. Experience
NOT req'd. Calll- 888-697-6576.


10 Oopbportunities
NOW HIRING
DUMP TRUCK DRIVERS
Class B license .
Asphalt exp. required.
$9.-$10. per hour w/benefits.
John C. Hipp Construction.
386-462-2047 or 352-494-3705
Clean Driving Record. Drug Free
Workplace. EOE/DFWP'
Now Hiring Guang Dong Chinese ~
Restaurant in the Lake City Mall.
Come, m for applications. .
No phone calls please.


310 Pets &Supplies
PUBLISHER'S NOTE
Florida Law 828.29 requires dogs
and cats being sold to be at least 8
weeks old and have a health
certificate from a licensed
veterinarian documenting they
ha~ve mandatory shots and are
free' from intestinal and external
parasites. Many species of wild-
life: must be licbn~sed by Florida
Fish and Wildlife. If you are '
unsure, contact the local
office for~ information.


630 ~irto atoes
3B/2BA WESTSIDE & 3b/2ba
Wood Gate &r 3b/2ba 5 Points area
No pets. 1st month & deposit.
386-961-1482.
3BR/2BA DWMH 2 car garage,
screened porch, McAlpmn area.
$700. mo 1st last + security.
386-697-1356
3br/2ba MH $650 mo. 1st &sec.
Close to Suwannee Valley Estates
on Suwannee Valley Rd.
386-397-2619 /365-1243
Cabinsflk~Iailers, monthly,
all utilities included;
plus use of pool.
Call 386-755-4945 for details.
Late Model Mobile Homes .Quiet .
area. 2br/1ba from $400 & 3br/2ba
s eme. NPe s! 369 1-e0 7
New MH 3br/2ba
$625/Mo. + 1st mo
an $70sec. dep.
Call: 954-258-8841
South of Lake City near Branford
Clear 3br/2ba in q tetarea. Fr~ee.:
mo.. 386-590-0642 or 867-1833
Tired of all the Extras, Buy my
New 2010 4 Bedroom.
Del & set-up. 1) A/C included. 1.
2.) Skirting, inc. 3.) Permits only;,
inc. 4.) Mini Decks, inc. 5.) Basie
Well/Septic/p.pole all inc.
For only $58,800.00 Must ask for
Bruce. 386-362-6306


640 ror A"e
04535324
4-DWMH OPEN HOUSE,
Tinaberlane MH Park, Sun. Oct.,
25, 11-4PM, $243 Lot rent
includes mowing, water, septic
and garbage. Fantastic neighbor-
hood; Prime rated, 55+ Park;
addresses &r asking prices: 110
($47,500 3/2), 150 ($48, 500 -
4/2), 208 ($47,000-3/2) and 253
($34,500BO 3 ) Wooodberr Ct.
386-2694657 or 755-3710

1998 SKYLINE 28X60.
Yuopercen 2m C mc.


USDA loans. No money
down on all land/home packages~
Call Eric @ 386-719-5560
jetdec~~windstream.net
BANK REPO!
284 omes of Men
Call Eric @ 386-719-5560
jetdec~~windstream.net
FACTORY REPOS'
Two-09, 28X40's left!
Won't last long @ only $2 1,700;
Call Eric @ 386-719-5560
jetdec~~windstream.net
SHORT SALE!
32X80 on 1/2 acre
w/improvements owner.
Will sell below Appraisal
Call Eric to see @ 386-719-5560
ietdec~~windstreami.net
2010's On th eWay!
2009's In the Way!
09 -28X40 -3br/2ba
Lot Model Only $24,900
Call JAred@ 386-719-5560
Like new 3br/2ba 28X60
2007 Home of the Year
$29,900. Jared @ 386-719-5560
jm_martin23@yahoo.com
NO MONEY DOWN
When you own your own land.
3 Bed $227/mo.
SBe $3 mo
Jared @ 386-719-5560
jm martin23@yahoo.com
1 ACRE Lot for Sale
Includes: Clearing, Well, SeptiE; 4
Power, Hookups and ALL Permits
$29,995. Jared @ 386-719-5560
j~mimatin21@yahoo.com
Land & Home. Owner Financing
:on New mobile homes. 40%
equity. L~and/Tr~ade In/Cash. Credit:
or income does not matter! Serious
Inquires only! 386-362-6306 .
NEW 2010
Singlewides. Del &( set-up
Cal Bcl 386 6 630
NEW 2010. Doublewide 3+2

ste s. O~n y $p36,9. Cal Bru e.


650 & Land""
Owner Financing. 5 mi. West of '
Ly. Meta IrooF Smal dow
$650. mo. 386-590-0642 867-1833



$400 MOVES YOU. IN!
1 or.2 BR apts. and
2 or 3 BR Mobile Homes
(386) 755-2423
04535426
Sugarmill Apts
Lake City, FL
386-758-5505
Move in Special $500. dep:
1st month Rent Free!
/ 2Br/2Ba.
Rent $725 ~ Deposit $500
J 3Br/2Ba
Rent $795.~ Deposit $500
Pets are Welcome


401 Antiques .

ANTIQUES WANTED
SFurn., China, Silver, Glassware,
Costume Jewelry &r Gold. 35 years
exp. t. Cash Pd. P te386-963-2621

402 ApplianceS

NEW GE Whiti~ gas dryer.
Never~been used.
$125.
386-754-9295 or 984-0387
WHITE WASHER. .
Guaranteed to work good.
$135. 00 obo.
386-754-9295 or 984-0387

405 Bicycles

ORANGE COUNTY ChopperS
Stingray bicycle. Red & silver,
great condition. Need rear tire
tube. 386-365-8781 $50.00

408 Furniture

QUEEN BOX SPRINGS
and mattress set.
386-754-91295d .r84-0387
Square, light oak coffee table with
S$65.00 gB.Cl s3m6 74 9295
or 386-984 0387.

HW/d 'esg i ls fo t.
on bottom $0 386-36 -8toage

L1 aw4 & Garde .
4 0 E ui ment B
MICE 42IN cut Murray Riding
lawnmower. 6 s ee, s~h t on th~e
386-754-9295 or 984-0387

420 wanted to Buy
KI&H TIMBER
We Buy Pine Hardwood &
Cypress. Large or small tracts.
Call 386-961-1961; .

430 Gar gSales

PUBLISHER'S NOTE
All Yard Sale Ads
Must be Pre-Paid.


440 uiencoen0us

Air Filter- The Sharper Image,
' Tomei Breeze Quadra silent air
Purifier. Yu et 5w fthe price

SNEW "SLOAN" wall mount
flus valve Saves water.
Orly $75.00 386-752-3491
S7pm 10pm.
NEW 'VANITY COMBO*
18"X18"X32" Only $75;00
Call 7pm-10pm ~
.386-752-3491 :
Nice kingdsize Royale Pillow foli
Mattress &r box springs., ~
$25.00 OBO.
386-984-0387 or 386-754-9295.
Outdoor/Inddor Talble 'Annis -
excelleiit cond. Bought in 2006 for
S$700.. Sell for $200. 386-785- :
7849. Serious Inquiries Olily
VINYL WINDOWS two-6'high
Sx 40" wide, thiee-6' high x 52" in

eone.do w/rrsm3"ie
386-754-0854


450 ~to Ea

1 OJesSUG6ARh Cn. iot all t
the field. Good cape. Please call
386-935-3579 Noritani Norris
The Nutcracker We buy and sell
Cracked &r shelled Pecans.
Pinemount Rd (252, Taylorville)
2738 CR 252 W. Robert Taylor
386-963L4138 Or 961-1420


y3 y e~~aefor Rent
$400 Moves you in!
Mobile homes in Quiet Park.
Limited call now.
386-755-5488
14 wide. 2/2, Quiet, clean
country park. No pets.
$47.mu r+ D poitS Ref rnees

14X70 SWMH. 2br/2ba
Total electric. smoke free~. In the
country. Lease required. $600.mo.
1st, last &t deposit'. 386-752-8978

Close to hie Sris off Hwy
L 1N. 1st &r security.
S386-397-2619 /365-1243


Pesnto attend Gun shows &
other raise factory duties. Florida
&~ surrounding states; Selling hol-
sters, gun cases, efc.3986-755-64~8
04535437
You can have it all.
Life balance.-Comp~etitive
salary. Bar-setting benefits:
Amedisys Home Health '
Services is recruiting now for
. the Lake.City service area:
*Occupational Therapist -
Full Time
* Certified Occupistional
Therapy Assistant Full Time
To apply, please visit
wwtmdsy~o.You may
also contact Kelly Hughe ~for
more information at
Ikhughes9810ameddissysccom
or (877) 262-3179.
EOE/M/F/D/V




Looking for a second career?
Let me tell you about an exciting
and fulfilling career opportunity in
real estate sales for the
professionally minded person.
Send resume to: Charlie Sparks,
Broker Westfield Realty Group
PO Box 3566 Lake City FL 32056
or charlie@charliesparks.com
WELDER/MACHINIST
Prior work experience required of
at least 2 years on TIG Welding.
fakrca wic n owledge of

comm emsrt wit xpe in e.
Some hand tools required. Great
fringe benefit package.
Please apply in person at
Hunter Marine, Highway 441,
Alachua, Fl.

1 Sales
10 Employment
Westfield Realty Group is Now
Hiring Experienced Real
SEstate Professionals.
Jomn the growing team of one of
the to~p real ete ompamies in
Call Charlie Sparks, Broker at
386-755-0808

1 a Medical
Empl yent
EXPERIENCED Front Desk
person for a busy medical office in
SLake City. Pediatric exp a plus.
-Must be a team player.
Fax resume to 386-758-5628
04535433
ARNP -
$5,000 Sign-On-Bonus
,Primary Care of Jasper, an
Saffiliate of LIak~e City Medical
Center, is seeking an ARNP. .
Must have graduated from
Shacctedite onursm gchoolS ate
ARNP License required.
Fax resumes to: 866-437-0238
SAttn: Cynthia Smith.
Drug Screen &e background
check required; EOE


190 Mortgage Money.
Seniors Need Money! Why hot try
'a Reyer e Mortg ge for free Info
&r No Obli nation call
'904-608-2289 or 904-302-6441 .

240 School

I t~td in a M dia Career?

offers courses for both
beginners &r experienced
Nursing Assistant, $409
next class-10/12/09
Phlebotomy national.
$0 et 111iss-10/17/09
Pharm Teich national
certification
$900 next class-11/03/09.
Contimiing education
.Fees incl. books,
supplies, exam fees.
Call 386-755-4401 ~r


B.lECITY
roMwilliiTY COLLEiE
ASSOCHR PRONBSSOR, htiTHEMATICS
Teach collegelecvel nodpreparaory mathemlatcs;
wr idnut ell tl oir h d ulna l nator
alppohameiit wih possble corillnuauie based on
enrolknentneeds Masters degree Inmathematics or3
Master a deree with unw~anu of is graduate hours
Incoursewsorkcentered on matealncls qulred
hbttity o use technology$ in ssarean., anity o .
teach online rad distance leaming courses. Abill (6
work wellwith oilers. Abilllry uoleamfrom colleagues


ability to fairly evaluate student relention ofStl p
information. Col~elegetachng experience and ability
toteachcoll~egelevdpepulandprheprtm atemtis
Desired. Salary:Balled oniegrge and experience.
'plusbendi
ApplicadlonDeadlilne: 111avo9
Cfollg tolluon had os oluscrpls mu re
transladon and evalusilon, Positon detens and
applicadlon avallable on diewebat
inquls a umann esmaurcs

lake~ity .n32025
phone: 086) 754-4314
Fox (386) 745494
ICCCisacreditedbthe
Southem~ssociaion ofoollegesyndSchools
WUVP/DAEAEOColl~egenEducaion&Emoploymuent


E ITY
[IMMINIITY1 EGLLE5E
REGCRUlIfli- ADMISSIONS SERVICES
POSIION #099957
This is professional position assisting the
SDirector of Enrllment Management in the
planning, orp~nizaion and implementation
of vadiu eitisdsge to pmore


wit scool yt andhf stdns c vi
groups, area businesses, organizations ai~d
the local community to encourage enrollment
at LCCC. Associate's degree required and two
years of relatedprofsidonal experience. Must
have a valid Florida driver's license. Must be
computer literate with experience in word
processing. Musthinue excellent oral and
written communication skills. Ability to work
evenirigs and weekends as needed. ExeDSive
travel within service aresis required.Must
have excellent Interpersonal skills and be able
to work with diverse college and non-cllege
community. Bachelor's degree and previous .
recruiing experience or experience working
with the public isdesirable. SUAII: $28,62
annualy plus benefits

SIBRES CLERK
POSMTON #t 099930
SThis is clerical and customer service work
predomiilantlyin the operation ofastore or
stockroom. This position is responsible for
maintaining control over warehouse inventory,
and receiving, checking, and shelving stock
SDuties may' include keeping records of all
incoming packages, picking ap supplies .
from oli campus suppliers, and delivery of
mail or material to campus users asiteeded.
Must be able to handle aial, reoncle
mail accounts and use altautomated mad
machine. High School graduate plus two
years clericial experience required. a High '
SSchool equivalency diploma frollte State
Department of Edriatiolrmaybe substituted
for high school graduation. Computer ilteatile.
CUStomer Service oriented. Good use of
written or oral En~glish. Knowledge of basic
business arillnetic. Data entry and typing
skills. Ability to keep records. Ability to it"
well in person or on the telephone with
.sudentsand he public. ability to se basic
computer programs like word processing and
Sspreadsheels. Heavy (45 pounds and over)
Ilfting and carrying. ~Misst have valid Florlds
driver's license and good driving record.
SAIARY: $19,602 annually, plus benefts

APPLICATION DEAD;INE:

PernsonN t estrds odpr vide a
College appkliation, vita, and photocopies
of transcripts. All foreign transcripts must
be submitted with offical translation and
evaluation. Applicallons and full position
ilelails are available onorwebsite
www.11skecity : I u
Inquiries: Human Resources
149 SE: Collegee Place
.Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (f86) 754-4314Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mail: humanrelakecitycc.edu .
UmCis acendited by eSouthem Association
Sof~oolegesandlschools
VP/ADA/IMO College In Education & Empt yent


Legal
NOTICE OF MEETING
The Columbia Cotunty Local Mitiga-
tion Strategy Working. Group will
meet` on Wednesday, October 28,
2009 at 9 a.m. at the Columbia
County Emergency Operations Cen-
ter, located at 263 NW Lake City
Avenue, Lake City, Florida.
The purpose of this meeting is to re-
view projects that need to be in the
2009 Update of the Columibia Coun-
The uLic ivte tto attend this
~meeting

Oc br 25, 2009


100 0 nitis
A/C SERVICE Tech
Min 5 yrs experience
F/T with benefits
Please call 386-454-4767
A/R Invoicing Clerk needed for
fast paced environment, Ind. Must
typ 4 twpm be eti o iet
dependable and have the ability tO
WOrk with others. Pre'viotis A/R
., exp. a must. Benefit pkg, avail.
SDFW. Fax resume to 386-758-
4523. Attention "Invoicing Clerk". .
ACCOUNTING FIRM seeks
:FT/PT qualified accountant. Ideal
candidate will have experience in
geH6T81 Rccoulltillg, tax
acCOunting, tax return preparation
and use of QuickBooks and -
Microsoft Office. Send reply tp
Bpx 04079, C/O The Lake City
Reporter, P.O. Box 1709,
Lake City, FL, 32056
Business Manager PORii
.Duties include booekeeping
accounting, commercial tenant
management, and the role of
executive assistant. Candidate
must be proficient in QuickBookS,
Excel, PowerPoint and other
common computer programs.
Please send resume viia email to
s twr8 be lsu .net or mal
3566 Lake City, FL 32056.
CNC Lathe/MWl Machinist

proga G- od epr ii etly for
Lathes &r Mills. Apply in person
Grizzly MFG 174 NE Cortez `
Terr. Lake City Florida.
No Phone interviews
Across from Airport on 90.
Creative Graphic Artist
Responsibilities- include:
Creative design and signage for
promotional events
Design special projects for the
marketing department, etc,
Qualifications, '
PmS dn dm iGrapi Dsig using
Proficient on Mac
Ability to work on deadlines with
accuracy and composure
Must be able to work in
team 'atmosphere.
:Send resume to: Marketing
Diiector, 3076 95th Blvd.,
SLive Oak Fl 32060
A Terrific Opportunity
SLiberty National Life Insurance
Company
$100,000+ Eamrniig Potential;
Benefits, Pension, 4Q1K &r BCBS
Insurance for~those who qualify!
Call 1-800-257-5500
:DUMP TRUCK Driver .
wY/Asphalt experience.
386-497-3131








Roofing & GutterS

SGot Leaks? Need a new Roof?
Call Steve's Roofing,& Repairs,
LLC Over 25 yrs exp. Certs & Ins
Lic. CCC1323868 386-623-4254

Lawn 8: Landscape Service

Custom Cuts Lawn &r Landscape-






,Caregivrer in your Home.
Fs n aml Me e.c36 yor exp
Excel references. 384-266-7426
Custom Hay service. Rolled Hay
for sale. between $15-$30 ea.
Fencing work, bush hogging, site
prep, duinp truck work & more.
Call Chris 386-755-1432/867-6005
DIVORCE, BANKRUPTCY,
RESUMES.
other court approved forms-
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NEED HOUSEKEEPER?
Call' Ethel

Cleaning 30e Your Way!

Land Services

Lot Clearing Special. Bush Hog 5

bldg, all sizes. State Lic. Contrac-
tor. 386-497-3219. Free Estimates.


Classified Department: 755-5440


Puppy Yorkie, Registered.
Female, 9 weeks old,
call for price -,
386-755-3670


.Housekeeping. 10 years exp.
Great references Be Great rates
Detail Work!!!i CALL ME!
.386-628-1091


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3BR/2BA Excellent location, close
to town, pool, no pets. Ref. req'd
S3 672m9ol4 ( at m).
752-2803 or 397-3500 after 5pn'

St. Aug tin Bec 1 Br 6100 sf,

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Bad Credit -OK
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Pets OK

lbr $499.00

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& Free 200
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2 br 386-754-1800
2 br/1ba w/garage on the West side
2br/1ba w/garage on the East side.
1st, last securityt.
386-755-6867
2BR APT.
Downtown Location, Clean.
$600 mo, plus Security.
NO PETS. Call 386-755-3456
2BR/1.5BA DUPLEX w/garage.
Luxury Apt. 5 min from VA
Hospital and Timco.
386-755-4590or 365-5150
2br/2ba with loft Apt. on.
4 acres. $695.mo.
Includes water, sewer, & trash.
SCall Michelle 386-752-9626
Close to VA! 2br/1.5ba
Duplex CH/A, W/D hook up.
Convenient location. $550.mo +
sec. 386-758-9351/352-208-2421
Duplex for Rent: 5 mi. out
-Branford Hwy. 2br/1ba very clean
w/ carport. $545/mo &r $545 Dep.
No Pets! RENTED
EX-CLEAN ROOMY 2/2 second
floor, deck,.privacy off Lk Jeffrey~
Hwy 8 mi to VA $600 mo + dep
No dogs 386.961.9181
NICE APT. downtown. Remod-
eled, kit., bd, ba, ly, din. & xtra
rm. Ref. req. $450.00 mo & sec.
386-362-8075 or 386-754-2951.
Spacious, X-clean. 2/1 Duplex
w/ Garage, W/D hook ups & dish-
washer. Off Country Club Rd.
$650/Mo.+1 Yr. Lease.
352-377-7652 leave. message.
Studios &r 1Br's from $125 week.
Utilities & cable incl. Full size
kitchen, fridge & r.ange.
386-752-2741 or 352-538-0292
Updated apartments w/tile floors
& fresh paint. Excellent location.
From $525 plus security
Call bichelle 386-752-9626
W OF I-75, spacious new
2BR/2BA townhome,
$620 and up, plus SD, .
(386)965-0276 or (386)466-7392.

720 ~Furnshd Ats
Gentleman wants to share home.
Cable TV, W/D. non-smoking env.
Utilities incl. VA area. Dock &
fishing nearby. $400.mo 755-0110
Rooms for Rent. Hillcrest, Sands,
Columbia. All furnished. Electric,
cable, fridge, microwave. Weekly
or monthly rates. 1 person $135,
2 persons $150. weekly
386-752-5808


0730 Unfurnhe
2 STORY, 2br/1.5ba. on 6 acres.
Completely remodeled inside
w/new appliances. $1000. mo 1st,
last & deposit. References
required. 386-623-2016
3/2 newer home, close to town.
$1100/mo, + $1000. deposit.
References required.
386-965-2267.
3BR IN TOWN.
$600. mo. plus deposit.
386-344-2972

3BR/2BA BRICK home for rent.
Nice subdivision w/large lot.
Close to town. $850. mo
plus security 386-752-2063
4B/3BA, 2-Story, den dining rm
newly renovated $1100 mo. + .
$1100 sec. Ref. req. No pets. 386-
-752-9144/ 755-2235/ 397-3500..
4BR/2BA.BRANFORD
148 NE Hillcrest Cr. CH/A.
$800mo.splus $800 deposit.
386-365-8543,or 866-6Q6-8443
A 4BR 2BA HUD Home!
ONLY $215/mo!!
5%dn 15yrs @ 8%apr for listings
800-366-9783 ext 7782
Beautiful newer brick homneon 5
acres. Outbuildings.' 1262 SW
Wendy Terrace. $1195 + sec.dep. .
(386)965-5560 or (386)344-3715
Duplex 2br/1ba. Remodeled,
no Pets. Large lot. CR 242.
$575.mo + $575.deposit.
386-623-7675'
Forest Country S/D 2br/2ba
Brick, w/2 car garage. Lawn
service incl. Great school district.
Screened in patio. 1 Yr lease req'd.
No pets. $1,100 mo. 386-752-6082


Offic RUentals
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Space for Rent
1000 Sqft. at $425/Mo. Located
behind Hwy Patrol, on
Arlington Blvd, going toward
middle school. .386-752-6806

For Sale or Lease .06 acres & 1.1
acres on Turner Rd off Hwy 90
West. Each with Warehouse. Great
business locations. 386-752-6367
Office Space located at Oakhill
Plaza on Hwy 41. 900 sqft.
$700/mo. plus tax.
Call Bob RENTED
Retail Space
Heavy traffic area
800 Sf. & 1600 Sqft.
Call for quotes 1-800-342-0135


Classified Department: 755-5440


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Paved Rd. Wooded, Homes only
vareasreallty.com (305)292-0550

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Classified Department: 755-5440


820 'A'amse &

Owner Finaunced
Half-acre to 10 acre lots
Deas Bullalrd BKL Properties.
386-752-4339) www.landnfl~com

PASTURE WITH 5 STALLS
For lease. $500. mo.
Call Michelle.
386-752-9626


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PUBLISHER'S NOTE
All real estate advertising in this
newspaper is subject to the fair
housing act which makes it illegal
to advertise "any preference,
limitation, or discrimination based
disa 1 it, fa 1 alrsatu ora nion-
Sal origin; or any intention to make
such preference, limitation or
discrimination." Familial status
includes children under the age of
18 living with parents or legal
custodians, pregnant women and
people securing custody of chil-
drest under the age of 18.` This
newspaper will not knowingly
accept any.advertising for real es-
tate which is in violation of the
Slaw. Ou reader sw arere y in-
tised in- this newspaper are availa- `
ble on an equal oppoidm~ity basis.


Telephone number to the hearing -
impaired is 1-800-927-9275.


810 Hone for Sale
4BR/2BA 2100 sq ft. Brick home
in Macclenny, on 2.8;2 a~c. Tile, FiP,
shutters, new roof, work shop.
904-237-0060 or 904-259-3963
BelrT A praisalOw~nea noti attd
buildings, $164,888. Will consider
reasonable offer 386-935-4205
New 3/2 Brick/HB on 1/2 Ac
w/mariy upgrades. Lake Jeffery .
Area Will consider rent with ,
option to purchase. additional
Property Nice 3/2 Btick in good
neighborhood on 1/2 ac lot, fenced
back yard, detached garage.
Call 386-752-5035 X3010
7 days 7-7 ABar Sales, Inc.
New 3/2 lyome in Hamilton Co., FI
4ace yiled road. Bidding stdrsat
Ends 1.1/19 Ci-f 229-740-2152

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Beautiful Reidnt' Tracts
~38 Proper-ties!.
:Bidding Openrs Tueisday, Oc~tober: 13th
Bidding Ends Tuesday, October 27th


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1999 Ford F-250 Super Cab.
Power Stroke Diesel. Auto., 7.3 li-
ter, 140K mi. new tires, long bed.
Like new. $8000. (352)339-5158

950 cars for sae
2004 CHEVY Cavalier LS Sport.
65K miles. Fully loaded,
perfect condition, $5,200.
386-752-6137


The men and ~women of our military, havre always
there to.answer the call of duty. From the time this


ADVERTISE :IT:HERE!
Bring the picture in obr we will take it for youl
Advertise your car, truck, motorcycle, recreation vehicle or
boat here for 10 consecutive days. If your ie~hicle ~dops not sell
within those 10 days, for an additional $15 you can place your
adl for an gaditional 10 days. A picture will run everyday with
a description of yourr vehicle. The price of the vehicle must be
listed in the ad. Your ad must be prepaid with cash, chetke or
credit card. Just include a snapshot or bring your vehicle bji
and we will take the picture for you. Private party only!
Price incitxies ~a 6 day/4 line classified ad of the
same vehicle in spirit and online~.i


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Low miles. Fully loaded:A/C
& hea ed front & ear seats

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Four local artists will be featured in an online auction for the Galerie of St. George in N.Y. Sue Hall (from left), Ann Sorrels, Dottie List and Charles' Chance will
have their art on display and available for: sale. The online auction is via Twitter, an online messaging network, and begins Ndv. 5.


Local artists featured in online auction


system is using Twitter to
enter bids online. Twitter
is a social networking
service that allows- users
to submiit posts ~of up to
140l~ characters, or Tweets.
Tweets cap be sent online
or via text messages. .
"With the huge
popularity of Twitter, we
wanted to reach out
directly to this group
of highly sophisticated
users." Gary Brant, Galerie
director, said in a released
statements. "This everit~will
give our participating '.
artists an opportunity to be
seen by 'art buyers and :
colltctorss alerted to, the
event through~ the power of
social networking." ~
Online auctions. could be


a new trend for galleries,
Sorrell said
"It's a way to sell art and
-You don't-havHie-to------ -;-:
physically bei o~cne place
Or travel for it," she said.
An artist will take
themselves more seriously
anytime they are
featured in an ejrhibit,
Chance said.
"It expands their
horiitons," he said.
Auctioned items
can be viewed now at
www. 140hours. com.
"It's a new experience
for the artists and a new
~experience for the viewer,"
Sorrell said. "It's good for
everyone. Check it out and
see what is offered. There
is a wide variety."


tion ~runs until 8:01 p.m. -
Nov. 11
SGalerie Sjt. George is a'
cooperative artists gallr-y
in Staten Island. N.Y It
Svias founded ir.' 200i8. The
auction was created to
introduce artists to a global
market.
"I think it's a very won-
derfiil opportunity for peo-
Sple in the area,". Hall said.
The four artists are
members of the Art
League of North Florida.
SThey have work featured in
exhibits hosted by ALNF
at Lake City Commin~ity
College, the Columbia .
County Public Library, and
IHafen Hospice.
Each artist submitted
one piece for acceptance '


into the auction.
"It's real exciting Li'st
said. "I'm thrilled to know
we each get .a spot in the
gallery."
Each artist's medium i'
and style vaies. Chance
incorporate'sconitemporary
styles with metal. Hall
py~ints North Florida of :
the past audi present witli
acrylics. List paints using
chroma acrylics and oils, :
and showcases subjects
such, as seascapes,
landscape's, children and
florals. Sorrels uses oil
paints and 'alkyds' for
traditional impressionistic
works.
"W~e each have. different
gifts and talents," List said.
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By ANTONIA ROBINSON
~arobin~son@lakecityreporter. com

Lae City,. paint-
ing bega~il ast' i'
means of staying
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after-noons while-growing
up. Now' sixty years later,
her artwork will be gaining
global exposure.
SSubmissions from Hall,
along with iocal artists .
Charles Chance, Dottie
List and Ann Sorrels, ~
all from Lake City, will
appear in the Galerie
:St. Georlge of New York
City's first online art:
exhibit and auction, "140
Hours of Fame," at 12:01
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LAKE CITY REPOR"IER LIFE SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2009


Page Editor: Troy Roberts, 754-0427


:icking
Admission's Office on cam-
pus (Bldg. 015). Second,
provide the college wit-h
official transcripts of all
prior educational institu-
tions attended, including
high school. If your tran-
scripts do not reveal col-
lege placement test scores
necessary for course reg-
istration, our Test Center
staff will be happy to assist
you with testing.
SThat's it! In just a few
simple steps one of the
.best investments of your
time that you will ever
make can be made by wary
of enrollment in higher
education at.LCCC. The
time to, aipply is nov.
Course registration for
the siring semester- starts
Nov.t 12 with classes begin- '
ning Janu. 6. ~
As the a1c'tor Burt
.Reynolds alluded to there '
Sis no rewind button in life. -
'Howard MacKay may have
Summed upathe, concept of
time and~ how we spend it
best wh~en he saiid, "Time
is free, but it is priceless.
You cannot own it, but you
can use it. You cannot keep
it but you can spend it and
once you've lost it you can
never get it back."
Don't lose another
minute. The future is
now..Enroll at Lakie City
Comnmunity College. We
look forward to seeing you
on campus!
Johnsf~on is the admis-
sions director at Lake City
Community College. She .
Smay be reached at john-
stons~'lakecityccl~du ,or bjr
:calling (386) 754-4287-.


- that- the return on-invest-
ment: in higher education is
an excellent one. One also
need not: ti-avel far for the
opportunity to invest their
time and energies in the
pursuit of higher educa-
tion. The opportunity lies
[no further than the pro-
|verbial backyard or per-
haps a personal computer
- by way of enrollment
at Lake City Commxinity
College.
LCCC offers a wide -
range of programs which
can prepare a student
for direct entry iiito the'i .
increasingly competitive :
job inaii'ket and/or contin-
ued educatioix at the unt ~
versity level. Classes are
offered thirpugh a variety
of instructional methods
Sand at varying tines so as
to best' meet the needs of .
'those we serve. rh'ere's
a little something fo;r
i everyone' at LCCC and the
Investment of a little time,
.hard work, dedication and
commitment can result in
immeasurable:and unimag-
Sih~able returns, and not just
fiqaucially. Self-fulfillment
anid a personal sense of
achievement are a typical,
yet intangible result of
higher education.
The steps for altmis-
sion to LCCC are simple.
SFirst, complete and submit
a LCCC Application for .
Admission along with the
one-time $15 application
fee. The admission appli-
cation can be obtained .
via the college Web site .
at ~itow. lakecitycc. edu
and/'or picked up at the '


he award win-
ning actor Burt
Reynolds was
once asked
During an inter-
view if he regretted all the
money he'd squandered
and lost through poor
investments and failed
relationships. His response
to the interviewer was
profound and one that sur-
prised me when consider-
ing the perception of glitz
and glamour that ofteh
accompanies well-knotwn
actors and actresses. The
famous actor replied that '
he had no regrets about all
the money he'd lost, not- -
ing that one could always
make more nioney fle .
stated however that what
he regi-etted most was the.
time he'd wasted in life,
adding what we all eventu- .
ally coine to realize that
being that one, regardless .
of how fiowerful, well-
knowrf or wealthy cannot
make more time.
In the wisdom thiat~. ...
often accompanies yeadrs
of life' experiences, 'Burt
Reyn~olds may have also
come to realize that time,
as has. been said, actually is
money. The United States !:
Department of Labor sup-
Iports this notion p~rovidii~g
statistical data relevant
to education and how the j
investment of a little timie
in the classroom can pay
big dividends ove a life :
time. '
Accordinlg.to the Bureau
of Labor Statistica, $du-
cation pays in higher
earnings and lower unemi-


Sandra Johnston
SLake. City Community Colleg~e .
admissions director

ploymerit rates. Median
~weekly earnings in 2008
`for a high school graduate
were reported to be $591,
whereas the median week-
Sly earnings for someone
with a two-year associate's
degree'were reported at
$736. The difference that
an. investment of twvo years
can make is astounding
'when one multiples the .
$145 weekly earning~ dif-
Sference by 52 weeks in a
year, then considers the
number of years one might
\work. The difference that
ani associates or twov-year
degree can mEak ovier a
.30 year career adids up
Sto -over a quarter million
Sdollars. Add another two
:years to the investment
Sof time in the classroom
and according to :the'
Bureau of Labori Stat~istics
a bachelor's~ dekk'e` neth a
median weekly: income of
$978. That's a w~hoppjing
$387 weekly difference
from that of-a hig~h school
.graduate or,an additional
$603,720 over a 30-year
career. Quie need no~t work
on Wiall Street to~realize


Jeanine Wise and Justin Badgley.


of Cameron and Sandy
Badgley and Marjorie Lee,
all of Ocala, wh~o attended
the viedding. The groom
graduated from Panguard
High School a'nd the
University of Florida.
Laura Bauer was the
maid of honor, and Ted
Olserl was the best man.
Tawny Walker, Rachael'
Gar~cia and Mandee
McCombs were' the
bridesmaids. Chad Anast,
Steve Sizemore and Scott
Sizeniore were the grooms-
men.
Following a trip to St;
Lucia, the couple will live
in Jacksonville.


Wise Badgley '
Jeanirie Wise and Justin
Bakpley were married at. .
4:30 p;.m. on Ap~ril 25, 2009;,
at Immaculate Conception _
Catholic Church in .
Jacksonville. The ceretro-
ny was followed b~y a recep-
tion at The River Club.
The bride is the daugh-
ter of Carol Wise of Lake
City and Edward Wise of
Chiefland. The brid~de grad'
uated fErom Columbia High
School and the University
of Florida. ..'
The groom is th~e son of
Bud and Judy Badgley of
Ocala. He is the grandson


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isn't much that -
scares me,
especially when it
Scom es to h oror1 h n s eror
movies. Many films these


so-called "torture porn"
movies, such as "Saw"
-- rather than on suspense
and scares.
So when I saw the
previews for "Paranormal
Activity" a few weeks ago,


scary, so horrifying, that I
knew there was no way it


Along with some friends
and my wifet, I saw the

wee:::::::- ue enough,
it didri't live up to my
expectations it
surpassed them.
I've watched the "Blair
Witch Project" and
"Cloverfield," movies that
were ~filmed in a similar
manner to "Paranormal
Activity" meaning they
were shot with a
handheld camera;a-llowing
the viewer to be part of the
movie. But with the former
two, you still felt like you
were watching a moviie.
"Paranormal Activity"
really makes you believe
you're watching a
documentary of a haunted
home
The film.focuses on a
young couple living togeth-
er in California, and the
strange happenings in their
home. I won't ruin any-
thing for you if you haven't
seen it, but there is a lot of
build-up before you get to
the end, and a lot of chill-
ing scenes will leave your
spine tingling.
And then comes the
end. Again, I won't ruin it
for you, but I have never
"'euedu ou itn a nn un
wasn't the only one as it
seemed like half the
audience was yelling or
screaming along with me.
We had a group of
college-age girls behind
us in the theater who -- I
swear to you were in
tears when the lights came
up. My wife didn't sleep at
all that night.
Honestly, even if she
hadn't kept me awake most
of the night, I dori't know if
I would have slept well.
It was that kind of film,
and it shows you that inge-
nuity can make up for a
small budget (the movie
was shot for about $11,000,
a minuscule amount com-
pared to Hollywood block-
busters, which often can go
as high as $100 million).
It's definitely worth the
price of admission, as long
as you don't mind miss-
ing a little sleep at night.
And if you want to se'e it,
I'd recommend doing so
now it's one of those
that may not stick around
too long after this week's
Halloween-inspired
releases.
I'm only hoping the
upcoming alien flick,r"The
Fourth Kind," doesn't fail


to scare. It's got some stiff
competition now.


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guild's Chinese auction. Bring
one yard, 2 and a half yards
or four fat quarters of quality
.fabric to exchange. The guild
is an organization for anyone
interested in quilts and the art
of quilting. The guild makes
and distributes more than
200 quilts a year to various
charities and non-profit orga-
nizations in the Suwannee
Valley Region. Members are
also taking pat in the Quilts
of Valor Program for U.S. sol-
diers. For more information,
contact President Ramona
Dewees at 496-3876.

Thursday
Joint workshop IDA
Board and BCC
A joint workshop between
the Industrial Development
Authority Board and the
Columbia County Board of
County Commissioners is at
9 a.m. Oct. 29, in the second
flood meeting room of the
Lake Shore Hospital Authority
Administrative Building. The
purpose of the meeting is
to generate communication
between the two entities in
discussing future directors
for economic development in
Columbia County.

Friday
Park to host Suwannee
Dulcimer Retreat
The Florida Department of
Environmental Protection's
Stephen Foster Folk Culture
Center State Park will host
the Suwannee Dulcimer
Retreat on November 13 and
14. The Suwannee Dulcimer
Retreat offers in-depth
instruction and techniques on
the mountain dulcimer, ham-
mered dulcimer and auto-
harp musical instruments.
Traditional music is celebrat-
ed with workshops offered for
beginning, intermediate and
advanced students, taught
by nationally recognized
instructors. concerts featur-
ing these masterful instruc-
nor areusr eud ifor Friday
the park auditorium at 7 p.m.
Tickets for public admission
are $10. Admission to the
two day event is $85, which
includes all workshops.


History's Mysteries
This photo resides in the exclusive collection at the Lake City-Columbia County Historical Museum. Unfortunately, the muse-
um staff doesn't know who these people are, do you? If so, help preserve the past for our children and grandchildren by call-
ing (886) 755-5936 or e-mailing john@johnstanford.com.


Bike Nite from 6 to 9 p.m.
Oct. 26 at Brooklyn Boys
Pizza.

Tuesday
Even Money coming to
LCCC
Bluegrass band Even
Money featuring Lake City's
own Skip Johns will perform
at Lake City Community
College at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 27'
at the Levy Performing Ats
Center. The show is part of
the 2009-10 Lyceum Series
offered by LCCC. Tickets

aeir 55 a oer 4r r$13
for LCCC staff, students and
students from other schools.
Fo mo i n orsm int raolxthe
office at 754-4340.

County legislative
delegation hearing


The Columbia County
legislative hearing is at 2:30
p.m. Oct. 27. The meet-
ing will be held in court-
room 1 of the Columbia
County Courthouse. State
Representative Debbie Boyd
(D-Newberry), State Senator
Charlie Dean (R-Citrus),
State Senator Steve Oelrich
and State Representative
Leonard Bembry (D-
Greenville) will be present.
This is an opportunity for
citizens and elected officials
to meet with their legislative
delegation and discuss legis-
lative issues, possible legisla-
tion and the budget prior to
the 2010 Legislative Session.

Wednesday
SHINE assistance
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proSa NEt thvo n r da
Department of Elder affairs


is offering to assist in filling
out the paperwork to find
a Medicare Part D Drug
Coverage Plan 2010 from
12:30 -2 p.m. Oct. 28 at the
Lifestyle Enrichment Center.
Annual enrollment for Part
D is from Nov. 15- Dec.
31. SHINE will help find a
plan that is least expensive
for you and will cover your
drugs. SHINE provides free,
unbiased and confidential
counseling on Medicare
issues. Come by a site or
call 1-800-262-2243 to be
refereed to a volunteer or site
near you.

Quilting guild meeting
set for Wednesday

Qu lig uL wl chol i
monthly meeting at 9:30 a.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 28 at Teen
Town Community Center, 533
NW Desoto St. This month's
program will feature the


Methodist Church, located
at 248 NE Martin Luther
King, Jr. Drive. Leon Russell,
past Florida State NAACP
President and current
SNAACP National Board mem-
ber is the keynote speaker
for the event. The public is
invited to attend.

Monday
Motorcycle raffle to
benefit Toys For Tots
A custom pro street bike
built by Gulf Coast Sledz will
be raffled off Nov. 21. Raffle
tickets a tl re for $25 or
ceeds benefit Toys For Tots.
Tickets can be purchased
trick Giol sh PCn Shno of
,Chiefland, Capitol City Bank
in Chief land and Pro Tire in
Od Town.5For more iforma~

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Today
Meet the Author *
Nancy Yi Fan will speak at
the Columbia County Public
Library main branch at 2 p.m.
She was 12-years-old when
her first novel became a New
York Times bestseller. Fan
is 16-years-old and lives in
Gainesville with her family.

Bloodmobile to stage at
01e Times restaurant
The Bloodmobile will be
at Ole Times Country Buffet.
Oct. 25. Each donor will
receive a coupon for a free
buffet courtesy of Ole Times
Country Buffet.

Class of 1990 to meet
The Columbia High School
Class of 1990 is having a
planing meeting for its 20th
reunion a 5:30 p.m. Oct. 25,
at L-Pop 2 Childcare Center.
The center is located at
416 SE Ermine Avenue. All
classmates are encouraged
to attend. For information
contact Regina Foster (Dace)
at Regina_Foster@bellsouth.
net or 365-6354. All members
are asked to end contact
information to Nikki Warren
(arris). at nashe3@yahoo.


Heart of Florida Asian
Festival planned
The Filipino American
Cultural Society will be
hosting "Heart of Florida
Asian Festival" from noon
until 6 p.m. Oct. 25, at the
Thomas Center for the Arts '
in Gainesville. Admission is
free. The Filipino American
Cultural Society Dancers of
Lake City will be performing.
There will be concerts fea-
turing internationally known
performers, cultural foods,
arts/crafts, martial arts dem-
onstrators, acrobatic acts and
t~he parade of nat 05rm. Calfor
more information


celebration .
The Columbia County
Branch NAACP is hosting a
Cerntea c 5 Tbr inU t 3d


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ARIES (March 21-April
19)): Don't push the wrong
people. Stick to friends, not
the people who will judge
your every move. Your per-
sonal life and the partner-
ships you form nov> will be
what will mold youi- direction
in the future. .
TAURUS (Aprdl 20-May
20): Refrain from dealing
with people who want to take
from you. A deal that is on
the table may appear to be
good but the fine prmnt will
not favor you. Read between
the lines before you end
up gngry, upset and out-of- ;
pocket.
GEMINI (May 21-June
20): You can make some
good decisions regarding
your fu ure plans. Look into
the pos ibilities that exist and
incorporate your skills and
talents into a resume specific
to the company, place. o~r
industry that interests you.
Romance will highlight your


21):' Take a break from your
everyday routine and try
something altogether differ-
ent. The experience you have
will motivate you to do things
a little differently. Yoix will
have to face someone~ who
has been holding back infor-
mation. Push for the truth
Sso you don't waste any more
Time trying.to achieve the
impossible.
SAGlTALRIUS (Nov.
S22-Dec. 21): Romance
is skyrocketing and if you
incorporate a little excite-
ment, travel and love into
'your day, you will reach; new
highs and develop an impor-
tant relationship. Take,care
of your responsibilities early
to avoid unnecessary com-
plaints.
CAPRICORN (Dec.
22-Jan. 19): Stay calm and
'avoid any coritroversial top-
ics. A change in your finan-
cial plan can lead to greater
stability. Someone who is
geographitgally distanced from
you will compromise your
current position.
.AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-
SFeb. 18): Don't mix emo-
tions with financial, legal or
medical decisions. Don't get
involved in a scam because
someone you know and trust
is taking a risk. Uncertainty
regarding a partnership will
be upsetting. Let the situation
develop naturally.
PISCES (Feb. 19-M~arch
20): You will gain far more
by keeping your current per-
sonal situation a secret until
you are fully integrated into
what's going on around you.
Finances will lead to emo-
tional ups and downs. Letting
someone cpst you will cause
tension, and ruin your plans.


THE LAST WORD

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changes to your life. Don't
let someone's negativity stop

yolEO (July 23-Aug. 22): ~
Communication will help you
work out any of the kinks
That an important relation
ship may be suffering and
allow you to get muclicloser
to a happy and stable home "
life. Don't let someone else's
outlook or attitude upset you.

SVIRG(1 (Aug. 23-Sept.
:'22): Make soine interest-
ing moves that will help you
financially, legally or physi
Sallyy' )ere is a lot you can
do to improve your life, your-
self and your futu~re.~ Children
can play anl important role if
you listen
LIBRA (Sipit. 23-Oct.
22): Be careful what you
say and how you handle the '
ones you love. Not everyone
will support what you ar'e tryr-
ing to do. You.niust include
Everyone in your plati~ if`
Syoil want to be successful. ~
Compromise and compassion
will lead to victory.
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