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U nation Countrsday, Feb. 25, 2010


USPS 648-200 Two Sections -- Lke Butler, Florida Thursday, Feb. 25, 2010


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97th Year -43rd Issue 75 Ucrv ,


Growing tomorrow's leaders...,


National FFA Week is Feb. 20-27 and Union County's chapters are participating by providing highlights of the
Union FFA programs and activities. For more on FFA In Union County, see pages 4A and 5A. BELOW: Union
'County's FFA programs are led by these student officers. (Back row, I-r) Lake Butler FFA Senior Chapter
officers are Parliamentarian Linsey Clark, Treasurer Ryan Perez, Secretary Morgan Dukes, Vice President
Connie Driggers, Chaplain Amy Emery, President Gabby Perez, Reporter Kayla Freeman and Sentinel Albert
Brand. (Front, I-r) Lake Butler Middle School Chapter Officers are Parliamentarian Case Emerson, Reporter
Geordyn Green, Secretary Austin Dukes, Vice President Taylor Wilkins, President Samantha Perez, Treasurer
Macy Adams, and Sentinel Jordyn Driggers. Not pictured is Chaplain Kindsey Norman.,


This area


gets grant


for broadband


Union among
counties appro
to receive high
speed Internet

BY TERESA STONE I
Times Editor-

Recently, the secretary
U.S. Department of Coi
announced that the North
Broadband Authority (
has been awarded more ti
million to enable and i
real access to broadba
high-speed internet conn
for a 14-county North Flo
gion designated as a Rut
of Critical Economic (
(RACEC). Those couni
clude Baker, Bradford,
bia, Dixie, Gilchrist, Ha
Jefferson, Lafayette, Levy
ison, Putnam, Suwannee,
and Union. The RACEC
was deemed by the gove
priority for broadband,
part of the Economic S
Package, the grant funds
icated to creating infras
projects that serve comr
and jumpstart economic
'tunity.
The NFBA's grant app
was selected from amon
proposals submitted na
to the U.S. Department o
merce. When firstbeginn
in- a matter of just three
there were 22 of the r
governmerL entities wh
sidered, supported and a
an agreement to work t
to form the NFBA. In a
to the above listed county
serving as board membe
representatives of Ceda
Cross City, Lake City
Oak, Monticello, WhiteS
Perry and Worthington
Wakulla County represe
also joined the team a we
now giving the NFBA 2
ernment agency represent
When completed, the
will provide the first-ever
* Mile access to broadban
net services for both privi
ties and public institution
derserved areas of north F


The NFBA will deliver up to
1,000 times the existing capacity
ved to the RACEC counties within a
stipulated three-year time frame.
A "Middle Mile" network is a
broadband infrastructure project
that does not necessarily provide
RWIN broadband service to customers,
but is an extension of the Internet
that connects Last Mile. provid-
Y of the ers (Internet Service Providers)
rmmerce who do provide Internet service
Florida to residents, businesses, and gov-
(NFBA) ernments in the region.
ban $30
enhance During grant preparation, the
nd and NFBA had asked for a waiver of
lectivity the required 20 percent matching
)rida re- funds. However, after taking an
ral Area internal inventory of all the local
Concern government assets, the authority
ties in- was able to collectively offer $9
Colum- million dollars,of in-kind match-
amilton, ing, including land and existing
y, Mad- towers.
,Taylor In doing so, they actually ex-
region ceeded the required match by
ernor as more than $3 million-some-
and as thing none of the entities could
;timulus hgve accomplished alone.
are ded-, Jeff Hendry,executive director
structure of the North Florida Economic
nunities Development Partnership, said
oppor- he can think of no more impor-
tant investment for this region
3lication than broadband and high-speed
g 2,200 connectivity infrastructure-the
itionally infrastructure of the '21st Cen-
)f Com- tury.
ling and "It has the potential to create
weeks, unique and significant oppor-
region's [unities for economic develop-
o10 con- inment, to significantly .improve
cted on and advance education, health-
together care, and public safety services
addition and standards, and enhance the
ies, also quality of life for communities
rs were and residents throughout the re-
ar Key, gion" Hendry said.
y, Live
Springs, "For our board members and
Springs. the communities they- work in
ntatives and lead... to act fast, develop and
eek ago, adopt an interlocal agreement,
23 gov- and ultimately gain approval
tatives. from all 22 local governments'
project was nothing short of historic."
Middle Hendry said that to his knowl-
d Inter- edge, this is the first Broadband
ate enti- Technologies Opportunity Pro-
is in un- gram grant officially awarded to
Florida. Florida.


35 from Union earn a place in Honor Band


3 earn spot in
All-State Band

BY COURTNEY CREWS
AND TERESA
STONE-IRWIN
Times Staff Writers

This year, 17 band students
from Lake Butler Middle
School made the North Florida
Honor Band. Union County
High School Band Director
Kelly Dorsey said more than
100 high school students tried
out for the honor band, with
18 from Union County High
School making the final cut.
Lake Butler Middle School
Band Director Dirk Schmidt
said, "Membership in the band
gives the students an opportu-
rity to meet other students who
'share their same interests and
make long-lasting friendships.
These students often look for-
ward to seeing each other ev-
ery year in the honor band and
moving on to high school."
LBMS students making the
honor band were Lethia John-


son, Ben Riggs, Justin Lindsey,
Breanna Bryan, Casey Snyder,
Jessica Church, Wesley Smith,
Kyrsten Johnson, Kaleb Du-.
bose, Tyler Bruneau, Brianne
Will, Michael Roberts, Cody
Church, Duke Waters, Joseph
Chiominto, Jonathan Besso and
William Brown.
UCHS students perform-
ing in the North Florida Honor
Band were Matt Brown, Les
Horn, Leslie Barnes, Destiny
Elixson, Daniel Rigano, Alex
Hankins, Jaylin Mock, Priscilla
Guthrie, front Mistee Rooney,
Adam Mott Shelby Bullock, Si-
erra Rimes, Shelbie Finely and
Marina Rambs.
Making the Florida All-State
Band this year were UCHS stu-
dents Adam Mott and Daniel
Rigano along with LBMS stu-
dent Waylon Griffis.
Griffis participated in the
2010 Florida Middle Schools
All-State Band Jan. 6-10 in
Tampa.
According to Schmidt, band
members practiced together for
15 hours before presenting a
concert. Not all Florida schools


LEFT: (L-R) Making the Florida All-State Band were UCHS students Adam Mott and
Daniel Rigano. RIGHT: Making the Florida All-State Band was LBMS student Waylon
Griffis.


had a student represented in the
127-member band. Students
were selected for this all-state
band by director recommen-
dation. Griffis earned second
chair (trombone). Schmidt said
Griffis is a very hard worker
and even marched with the


UCHS band as a seventh grader
this year.
The North Florida Honor
Band first began in 1999. It
includes students from Union,
Bradford, Baker, Columbia and
Gilchrist county schools.
Each year, an audition is held


for the students who want to
become a member of the honor
band. They audition on scales
and prepared exercises, then re-
hearse for 10 hours before per-
forming a concert.
Direqting'this year's North
Florida High School Honor


Band was R. Gary Langford,
professor of music emeritus
at the University of Florida in
Gainesville.
Langford began at UF in
1971 as the assistant direc-'
tor of bands and- professor
of trumpet. He received his
bachelor's degree in music
education from Bucknell
University in Lewisburg, Pa.,
and received his master of
music degree in trumpet per-
formance from the University
of North Texas. While there,
he was also a member and
soloist with the famed One
O'Clock (Jazz) Lab Band.
and was principal trumpet in
the UNT Orchestra.
Langford is an accom-
plished arranger with more
than 400 arrangements for
marching band tailored for
the UF "Pride of the Sun-
shine" band and- the Swamp at
Florida Field. His published
compositions have appeared
in the catalogues of Hansen
Music, C.L. Barnhouse, Carl

See BAND page 2A


Deadline Monday 5 p.m. before publication *


Phone (386) 496-62261


* Fax (386) 496-2858


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2A Union County Times Thursday, Feb. 25, 2010


Parrish
farewell party
set March 1
The public is invited to attend
a farewell reception for former
Union Emergency Medical Ser-
-vices Director Allen Parrish on
:-Monday, March 1, from 4-6 p.m.
-at the Union County Emergency
'Services building located on S.R.
121 in Lake Butler.

I-Bands to hold
:.concert
SThe UCHS and LBMS bands
--will hold a public concert on
-Tuesday, March 2; at 7 p.m. in
the high school auditorium.

,,A blast from
Athe past...fair
.-rides will
cost just $1
Beginning on Thursday, March
11, Union County residents can
:purchase advance .amusement
-:.tickets for the Bradford County
'-Fair from. Video Express/Radio
:-Shack in Lake Butler.
In a blast from the past, this
:year's fair rides will require only
one ticket for each ride. Ad-
vanced tickets will be sold for $1
-.each. Tickets will be $1.50 at the
gate.

,SWAT car wash
.March 13
Union .County SWAT (Stu-
--dents Working Against Tobacco)
:-.will hold a car wash at Spires
:-IGA in Lake Butler on Saturday,
;=March 13,from 1-4p.m.All pro-
ceeds will benefit the American
Cancer Society's Relay for Life.


Attention UC
parents!,
Due to the daily test adminis-
tration schedule set by the De-
partment of Education, the Union
County School District has found
it necessary to make 4.change in
the school calendar early release.
day for the month of March.
FCAT administration begins
on Tuesday, March 9, and con-
: tinues through Friday, March 19.
In order to provide students with
the second full day of testing, the
early release day previously des-
ignated for Wednesday, March
10, has been changed to Wednes-
day, March 17.
On early release days, Lake
Butler Elementary School stu-
dents are dismissed at 12:15 p.m.
and Lake Butler Middle School
...and Union County High School
students are dismissed at 12:30
p.m.

Snowbird
Youth Rally at
UCHS March 1
Sardis Baptist Church of
Worthington Springs will host
the 2010 Snowbird World Touch
Yodth Rally. The event will take
place at the Union County High
School auditorium on Monday,
: March 1, from 6:30-9 p.m. In ad-.
dition to a time of worship with
preaching, free pizza will be
served and a drawing will be held
for an iPod Touch.

NCFRPC meets
Feb. 25
The North Central Florida
Regional Planning Council will
meet on Thursday (today), Feb.
25, at 7:30 p.m. The meeting
w: ill take place at the Holiday Inn.
Hotel and Suites, located at 213
K SW Commerce Blvd. in Lake
City. Dinner will be served at 7
:p.m.

Preschool
.,story time set
:at the library
Spring preschool story time at
the Union County Public Library
--takes place on Wednesdays and
-.-Thursdays at 10 a.m. through the
month of April.
The Wednesday programs are
7* suitable for children up to two
years old. Thursday programs
-are designed for children ages
': three and above. For more in-
formation, contact the library at
386-496-3432.


BAND
Continued from Page 1A


Fischer and Co-
lumbia Pictures.
Mike Mitchell
was this year's
middle school
honor band cli-
nician. Mitchell
is a native of
Jacksonville and
has been a mu-
sic director and


band director for
26 years.
He received
his undergradu-


ate degree from
Jacksonville University i0 tack-
sonville and his master's de-
gree in educational leadership
from Kennesaw State Univer-
sity where he graduated summa
cum laude. Mitchell is current-
ly the band director at Manning
Oaks and Abbotts Hill schools
in Alpharetta, Ga.


(Back row, ., ,
r) LBMS Band .'. -
Director Dirk '-
Schmidt with
students S
Kyrsten Johnson .l-,"
(trumpet), Tyler
Bruneau (trumpet),
Justin Lindsey
(bassoon),
Michael Roberts
(trombone),
Jonathan Besso
(percussion), Ben
Riggs (oboe),
Lethia Johnson
(flute), (front,
I-r) Duke Waters
(tuba), Breanna
Bryan (clarinet),
Jessica Church
(clarinet), Brianne ......_....
Will (trombone),
Wesley Smith (alto
sax), Cody Church
(euphonium),
Kaleb Dubose (trumpet) and Joseph Chiominto (tuba). Not pictured were Casey Snyder (clarinet) and William Brown (percussion).

, ,'


Beware scammers

pretending to be

CensuS workers
Dutrinig'thiis'tinih6f the 2010 6ownrortfih :
U.S. Census, Florida Agricul- It does not ask for your Social
ture and Consumer Services Security number or information
Commissioner Charles H. about your taxes or income; *>
Bronson is urging residents If you do not return a com-
to avoid falling prey to scam pleted Census form by April 1,
artists intent on stealing your it is likely that a Census taker
identity who may pose as Cen- will either call or come to your
sus workers., door to obtain the information.
The federal government con- Bronson gave the following
ducts a Census of all residents safety tips:
living in the country every 10
years. Bronson said it is impor-, Do not provide your So-
tant to cooperate in the Census cial Security number or any fi-
as the number of seats in each nancial information, including
state's congressional delegation credit card or bank account in-
and the manner in which more formation, to anyone claiming
than $400 billion in federal aid to represent the U.S. Census
is distributed during the next Bureau.
decade depend on an accurate Never invite a Census taker
count. into your home.
It is also, however, an oppor- All Census takers carry of-
tunity for scam artists to trick ficial government badges.
residents into thinking that they Census workers are sup-
are government workers and posed to provide you with a let-
try to steal personal financial ter from the Census director on
information that can lead to official letterhead;
identity theft. The Census Bureau will not
contact you by e-mail, so any
"With a little caution and Web site that pops up disguised
common sense, residents can as a Census survey is fraudu-
protect themselves and their lent. The Census Bureau does
identity," Bronson said. not solicit information over the
According to the federal Internet.
government, approximately For more information about
134 million households will be the 2010 Census, residents can
mailed Census forms on March visit the U.S. Census Bureau
1. The fohn includes 10 ques- Web site at www.census.gov
tions about your age, date of or call the bureau at 1-866-872-
birth, race and whether you 6868 .. ..

This country has come to feel the same
when Congress is in session as when
the baby getshold of a hammer.
WILL ROGERS 1879-1935 Humorist, Actor


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Advertising: Kevin Miller
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PUBLIC NOTICE
Former Lake Palestine Bomb Target


SUSArmy C&r s .
of Engineers o

The Department of Defense (DoD) conducted live-
fire training and testing of weapon systems at
active and former military installations throughout
the United States to ensure force readiness and
defend our nation. As directed by Congress, the
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers manages the
Military Munitions Response Program (MMRP)
The Corps assigns priorities to defense sites
containing suspected ordnance discarded military
munitions and/or munitions constituents., based on
various factors relating to the potential for public
safety and environmental hazards.

The Corps is in the process of investigating the
former Lake Palestine Bomb Target, Union
County, Florida. This site was used as a bombing
target from 1943 through 1945

A site inspection was recently completed at the
former Lake Palestine Bomb Target. The
evaluation criteria, including types of munitions
that may be present, ease of access to the site
and number of people living near the 'site, will be
available for public review at the U.S. Army Corps
of Engineers, 701 San Marco.Blvd., Jacksonville,
FL 32207

As part of our ongoing investigation, we are
seeking additional information from the public
about the former Lake Palestine Bomb Target
(located approximately 47 miles southwest of the
city of Jacksonville). If. you have information,
please send it to: Charles Fales, Project Manager,
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 701 San Marco
Blvd., Jacksonville, FL 32207 or by'email to:
PublicMail.CESAJ-CC@saj02.usace.army.mil.

For more information, please contact Amanda
Ellison at 1-800-291-9413.


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LEFT: (Back row) Matt Brown, Les Horn,
Leslie Barnes, Destiny Elixson, Daniel
Rigano, Alex Hankins, Jaylin Mock, Pricilll)
Guthrie, (front row) Mistee Rooney, Sierra
Rimes, Shelble Finely, Marina Ramos. Not
pictured was Adam Mott and Shelby Bullobk.






Thursday, Feb. 25, 2010 Union County Times 3A


'FFEA members and other young people who assisted with making the Celebration of Abilities Inaugural
prom a success were (I-r) Robby Jarvis, Les Horn, Sierra Eades, Sarah Fisher, Morgan Raulerson, Kelsey
Brooker, Darci Hendricks, Caitlin Shealy, Kelsey Harrison, Tianna Jarvis, Josh Adkins, (front, I-r) teacher,
Tammy Harrison, Kayla Freeman and Joey O'Hern.


Special prom honors special students


BY TERESA STONE IRWIN. under the direction of teachers
-: Times Editor Tammy Harrison, Cathy Griffis
T- h Uand Karen Williams.


: The Union County High
-School inaugural Celebration.
:of Abilities prom was held on
Feb. 19. Beautifully decorated
in a Valentine's Day theme, the'
event took place in the JROTC
classroom.
The purpose of the special
- event was for high school and
post graduate exceptional educa-
tion students to have an opportu-
nity to experience their very first
prom held in their honor. The
event was hosted by the student
members of the Florida Future
.Educators of America (FFEA)


.tions young people with excep- stu4qents.
tionalities make in this commu- Robby and Tianna
nity and its schools. Jarvis of Lake But-
"This celebration was dear to' ler provided enter-


Celebration of Abilities is a my heart and was a night to re-
name chosen by FFEA secretary member. I look forward to the
Kelsey Harrison to let students next dance in 2011," said Har-
know that no matter what their rison.
exceptionalities are, they are all Richard Waters was crowned
individually special, having abil- prom king and Brittany Durant
ities that go beyond what people was crowned as prom queen. The
see in them. The night was strict- awards for best dressed went to
ly dedicated to them. Students Kristin Akers and Eric Miller.
were dressed in prom attire or
their Sunday best. The FFEA would like to thank


tainment during the
event. Sponsors for
the event included
Hardee's, Southern
Comfort Hair Sa-
ion, Royal Homes Prom queen Brittany Durant and king Richard Waters.
of Lake City, Sport-
ing Chance, Little
Rainbows Learning Center, Lola
Lacy, Ann Debose, Harvey and
Debbie Smith, Josh Adkins, Joey
O'Hern, Melissa Lynch, Patsy
Fortner and the parents of FFEA
members.


-UCHS exceptional education students attending the inaugural prom were (back row, I-r) Ossie Williams, Jim Daniels,
Brittany Durant, Al Jones, (middle, I-r) teacher Tammy Harrison, Sammie Bustrycki, Kelly Martin, Moses Henderson,
Eric Miller, Kristen Akers, Danielle Perry, Richard Waters, teacher Kathy Griffis and Travis Canada in front. ,______/

RIGHT: FFEA member All photos courtesy of Josh The awards for best dinsed went to Eric Miller rsand
Mnronn lRalsarann rAnn~eas Adkins.


Kristen Akers and Sammie
Bustrycki enjoy a slow
dance together.


Join the UCHS
baseball
Dugout Club
Support your high school base-
ball team by becoming a member
of the UCHS Baseball Dugout
Club.
rur $50, you will receive an
inside the gate parking permit
for all home games as well as a
ball cap. Family membership in-
cludes two inside the gate park-
ing permits and two ball caps.
All proceeds benefit the base-
ball team. To join, please contact
Scott Cason at 386-496-3615.


Sandra Lang3ey-Tyre, CPT


Accounting & Financial Services
for Individuals & Small Businesses


* Tax Filing


* Consulting


* Tax Planning Payroll


* Accounting


* Business Startup


Call for an appointment
(386) 496-1878


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235 SW 4th Ave. Lake Butler, FL


, Worsip i the Jouse of the rd...
Somewhere this week!
The churches and businesses listed below
urge you to attend the church of your choice!


Russell A. Wade III, P.A.
7z7 Attorney at Law
(386) 496-9656
Estate Planning Wills Trusts Probate
Corporate/LLC Formation Business Law
Real Estate Transactions Contracts Evictions
Divorce Custody Adoptions
General and Corporate Litigation Personal Injury
Now accepting Mastercard Visa Discover and Debit Cards
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(Directly behind Badcock Furniture Store off of Main Street)






4A Union County Times Thursday, Feb. 25, 2010


This shows the Lake Butler senior and middle school poultry teams in Tampa
at the state fair. During the fair, students were able to practice their skills before
the FFA state contest that will take place on March 20. Pictured (front row, I-r)
are Morgan Worrell, Rachel Summers, Kacl Graham, Katje Zipperer, Kayla Odom,
Brittany Handley, (back, I-r) Kayla Freeman, Clay Abraham, Case Emerson, Dustin
Bielling and Telgan Rengering.


This past summer, Emily Brown, Linsey Clark and Ryan Perez won the Best
Talent Award for their performance of "Ice, Ice Baby" during the Florida
Leadership Adventures, a four-day, three-night FFA camp.


,.







Ashley Parrish and Alex Morneau enjoy some peanuts during the annual Lake Butler FFA
peanut boil. In the far back is one of the chapter's trophy cases overflowing with student :
successes. The students pictured in back (I-r) are Courtnee Hardin, Jennifer Dicks, Michaela Z'
Joyner, Linsey Clark and Lindsey Hanson.

FFA took LOL
and turned it into
SLead Out Loud in'
Recognition of the
a *I way FFA develops. ,
leadership skills
National FFA Week "".... in tudership skills
February 20-27, 2010 .: in students.
... .. ..... ;. ...1. 1


Just ask
Allison
Southwell
what's the
best thing
about being
in the FFA?
You get to
cook and
eat lots of
good food!


JS


Union County High School students won first place in this year's subdistrict FFA competitions in parliamentary
procedure, prepared public speaking, extemporaneous public speaking, creed speaking and tractor driving. Pictured
are (back, I-r) LeLand Crawford, Linsey Clark, Morgan Dukes, Kayla Freeman, Tanner LeMay, Danielle Pate, Mark
Brown, (middle, I-r) Alex Morneau, Michaela Joyner, Connie Driggers and in the front is Ryan Perez. Photo courtesy
of Amanda James.


Thoughts from students on FFA Week in Union
The FFA program "Agricultural classes give stu- tion skills to the science of ani- The Bradford County Fair i but fair exhibitors count these at the lake, tubing down the ,
When asked about the Lake dents at UCHS the opportunity mals. With each class, you learn "Most people may not find memories among some of their river, or tanning on the beach,^--
Butler agriculture program as a to learn about a wide variety of applicable life skills and have this (the fair) a very appeal- fondest. As seniors, we could be
whole, Lindsey Saunders said, things ranging from communica- fun along the way." ing way to spend spring break, spending our final spring break See THOUGHTS page 5A.


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Thursday, Feb. 25, 2010 Union County Times SA


A moment In history from 2009...this Is the last time
anyone will ever see Pub Williams thrown Into the ag
pond at the end of the Redneck Olympics.


(L-R) Taylor Godwin, Clara Thornton, Gabby Perez, and (back) Nicole Shaw, on the
FFA homecoming float. The "Bulldogs" were waiting to receive veterinary care after
being beat up by the Tigers.


THO LIGITS
Continued from Page 4A
but we prefer to use this last op-
portunity to spend time with our
friends, smell poop, swat flies,
and watch our investments pay
off," said Hillary Ricks and Le-
Land Crawford.
FFA opportunities
Chris Johnson discussed
the opportunities available to
members, from scholarships to
competitions "The chapter
has several scholarships avail-
able. These scholarships range
in size and requirements. Ag
also offers the chance for stu-


dents to become more aware
of the ever-pressing influence
of agriculture in our society
by delving into teams such as
agriculture sales and services,
poultry judging, extemporane-
ous speaking, and food science,
just to name a few."
Redneck Olympics dur-
ing National FFA Week
"This is one get-together
FFA members shouldn't miss.
There are many games and ac-
tivities and food such as ham-
burgers and hotdogs," said
Colby Elwood.
"It's a super fun time with
friends," said Hillary Ricks.


Being part of a team
and a winning tradition
"For students who ask their
teachers, 'When will I ever use
this in the real world?' Career
Development Events. (CDEs)
are the answer," said Connie
Driggers. "I personally have
had the privilege of compet-
ing on a state winning parlia-
mentary procedure team. The
experience was one that I will
never forget, but most impor-
tantly, I will always carry with
me the skills that I have gained
though doing the contest," she
said.
According to Jenna Drig-
gers, if she had to describe


Another

clean

sweep for i

LB FFA .
BY HILLARY RICKS -
Special to the Times
Several members of the Lake
Butler Sr. FFA participated in the
District IV contest held on Jan.
21, at Trinity Baptist Church in
Keystone.
With many hours of hard work,
determination, and the support of
our amazing advisors, the teams
took home first place in every
single category!
The individual competitors
that took part in districts were
as follows: Ddnielle Pate (creed
speaking), Connie Driggers (ex- :
temporaneous public speaking),
Alex Momeau (prepared public
speaking) and Mark Brown (trac- .
tor driving).
The parliamentary procedure




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Travis Irwin throws a raw egg toward Lori Williams during the egg toss game at last
year's Redneck Olympics.


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her experience of being'.n the
2007 agricultural issues state
winning FFA team, she would
say it was exhilarating.
"It was remarkable being
able to learn about a subject,
interesting things that I could
never forget, and yet having
so much fun in preparing for
competition and representing
the Lake Butler Senior FFA
Chapter," Driggers said.
A newcomer to CDEs, Cait-
lyn Halle said, "I love it! I've
been able to meet new people,
talk with new people, and I
cannotwait to be more in-
volved next year."


Lihdsey Hanson said, "Be-
ing a part of a team really en-
courages you to do good things
for the chapter. Besides, it's
the great coaches." Then Han-
son joked,"Did I mention Har-
ris was giving me 'the look' to
say that?"
"Only with Lake Butler FFA
can you visit Alabama on the
way to a state contest," said
Linsey Clark.
"I'd have to say that I've
learned a lot from the two
teams with which I've com-
peted," said Jessie O'Steen.
"You even learn life lessons
along the way."


team included: Morgan Dukes, *
LeLand Crawford, Kayla Free-
man,, Michiela Joyner,- Ryan':'3:.
Perez, Linsey Clark, Tanner Le-
May and Danielle Pate. These :
students will go on. to the state -:
competition at the State FFA
Convention in June, where they
will compete against other teams
from all around the state of Flor-
ida. --
The agricultural mechanics z.
team also took their preliminary
test at the district competition.
Team members included'.Chase
Fry, Caleb Romrell and .ach !:
Wilson.
With all of these accomplish- .
ments, (and many more to come), Z
each and every member has done -
a great job of representing Lake '
Butler.


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6A Union County Times Thursday, Feb. 25, 2010

Ii


Peacock named
as District TOY
of the Year
BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Editor
During a special luncheon on Feb.
22, Gail Peacock of Lake Butler Middle
School was named as the District Teacher
of the Year.
"I saw her when her heart was break-
ing over some family health issues hnd she
still held up and encouraged her students,"
LBMS Principal Russell Larramore said.
"It's one of those things that's true all
the time-I know Gail's parents and they
have been rock solid. That's just the kind
of teacher she is."
Full profiles of Peacock as well as
the other Teachers of the-Year, Tammy


Singles Club
changes
name, invites
marrieds
to join
The Lake Butler Dance and
Social Club is open to'all per-
sons, married as well as single,
age 21 and older.
The club meets every Saturday


Top school

employees
Mi
in county


honored
LEFT: Superintendent Carlton
Faulk with Cathy Griff Is, the 2010
Union County School-Related
Employee of the Year. RIGHT: The
2010 District Teacherof the Year
Gall Peacock, with Superintendent
Carlton Faulk.

Thornton of UCHS and Cindy Short of ed
LBES, appeared in a previous edition of
the newspaper, the
st
"C
Griffis named ou
as District SRE be
of the Year
BY TERESA STONE IRWIN 20
Times Editor te
At a special group luncheon for the Co
Teachers of the Year and School-Related P.
Employees of the Year on Feb. 22, UCHS' Sa
Cathy Griffis was announced as being the de
District School-Related Employee of the De
Year. Dc
At the luncheon, UCHS Princial Alex Ur
Nelson said Griffis was one of the teach- Rc
ers involved in the.first-ever exceptional dep


for an evening of fun beginning
at 7 p.m. with a potluck dinner,
followed by dancing at 8 p.m.
The next event takes place
at the Lake Butler Community
Center on Saturday, Feb. 27. A
live band provides a variety of
music including rock and roll,
disco, country, and ballroom fa-
vorites.
Admission is $8 for non-mem-
bers. Call 386-496-4530 for more
information.


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"I wish everyone could have been at
e high school Friday night to see those
udents at their first prom," Nelson said.
Cathy is a vital part of this segment of
ur school. I never saw those kids have a
tter time."

The full listiof SREs of the Year for
10 is as follows:
Nancy, Touchstone of the Outpost Al-
rnative 'School; Cathy Griffis of Union
nunty High School; Mary Alice Williams
Lake Butler Elementary School, Pat
nkston of Lake Butler Middle School,
m Johns of the district transportation
apartment, Sherry Southwell of Tiger's
en Daycare, Tracy Smith of the school
ard district office, Dori Romrell of the
Inion Juvenile Residential Facility and
naid Rogers of.the district maintenance
apartment.


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School-Related

Employees of Year...


BY COURTNEY CREWS
Times Staff Writer

Smith is the
district office's
SREof the Year
Tracy Smith is the School Re-
lated Employee.of the Year for
the dis-
trict of-
fice. She
maintains
the clean-
liness of
the build-
ings and : -
keeps --e- r .
them ..__. i\
stocked
Needed
paper Smith
goods.
Smith was raised in Union
County and has been employed
Switch the school boaid for five
years. She said she likes work-
ing with the school system and
enjoys coming to work. When
asked how she felt about earning.
SRE of the Year, she said, "I was
excited. To earn it here, I must be
doing something right." .

Romrell is juvenile
facility SRE of
the Year
Education secretary of the
Union Juvenile Residential Fa-
cility, Dori Romrell, was chosen
as SRE of the Year.
Romrell said she likes work-
ing at the school. "It is a unique
environment and a unique place
to work."
She said the educational pro-
gram at the juvenile center must
follow the Department of Justice


guidelines. As part of her job,
Romrell maintains student re-
cords along with other secretarial
duties and
is always
ready N
to assist s
where S
needed.
She Y said
she was i
honored
to be
niominat-
ed for the
award.
Romrell

Rogers is district
77ma/tenance SRE
of the Year
Union County School District
maintenance department SRE
of the Year, Ronald David Rog-
ers, has been employed with the
school district for 16 years.

Rogers has lived, rsin Union
County all his life and is current,
ly living in Raiford.
He specializes in carpentry,
but is
willing to
help out
where he.


school
board is RE of the Year,
a good
place to, "
he en-
joys what Rogers
When asked how. he felt to be
nominated for SRE of the Year,
said, "I felt happy and appreci-
ated."


UCHS Class of rnmcap@hotmail.com, or Larry
Clyatt at 386-496-4703.or e-mail
'65 planning him at pastor@harmonyfwb.org.
45th reunion
*T he., t epnion meeting forM. Up' o,, rni-n- ...
.the Unfit 1.. ,'g,',c,(oo -1,-,
class of 1965 will take place at March blood
Skip's Deli in Lake Butler on
Monday, Feb. 22, at noon. drives for UC
The LifeSouth Bloodmo-
The class has scheduled its 45- bile will be in Union County on
year reunion for May 8, at the Monday, March 1, at the Union
Lake Butler Community Cen- County Courthouse .. from
ter. To provide contact infor- 11 a.m.-4 p.m. and at Hardee's
mation and get reunion details, restaurant from 4:30-8 p.m. All.
please contact one of the follow- donors will receive a coupon for
ing: Harold Griner at 386- 496- a free hamburger or french fries.
8337, Martha Alvarez Capallia
at 386-496-9008 or e-mail her at

NOTICE PUBLIC AUCTION
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER

The City of Lake Butler will hold a public auction to dispose of
surplus equipment on Saturday, March 13, 2010, at 9 am. Items
to be auctioned will be available for viewing at 7:30 a.m. The
following is a partial listing of surplus items:

1 52" Z Turn Mower
10 Weed Eaters
1 Commercial Paint Sprayer
1 72" Finish cut mower (3-point hitch)
1 1996 F-150 Utility Body 95,000 miles
1 1994 Ford Van 100,000 miles
1 1984 Ford Dump Truck F700 87,500 miles

Please be prepared to make payment after purchase before you
leave the premises. Union County and New River Public Library
Cooperative will also have surplus items available.
Location: Lake Butler Public Works Facility
640 SW 4th Street
Lake Butler, FL


Sweetheart of a fundraiser...
The annual Valentine's Day luncheon sponsored by the ladies of the Lake Butler Woman's Club raised just
over $1,102. Proceeds from the luncheon were split with $551 going to the American Heart Association and
$551 going to the American Cancer Society. Pictured (I-r) were ladies club members Sally Keller, First Vice
President Jean Brannen, Janice McGee, Second Vice President Sylvia Carter, Allegra Saunders, Dale Tillis,
President Verona DeLoach and Lonita McGill.






Thursday, Feb. 25, 2010 Union County Times 7A


UC fair pigs are shaping up for competition


BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Editor

The 2010 Bradford County
Fair will take .place March
19-28. Union County 4-H'ers
are busy preparing their swine
'projects for exhibit, checking
:.equipment and getting togeth-
.er presentations for the 4-H
. County Events.

To make it into the fair, each
prospective swine entrant must
weigh at least 240 pounds and
n.ho more than 300 pounds, and
\ they must grade as U.S. No. 1.
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4-H volunteer Brian Jones pounds from eating three
along with Union County pounds of feed," said Coody.
4-H Program 'Assistant Col- "But with the colder and wetter
an Coody. recently .checked weather, the average has been
and weighed. eight pigs with around 1.4 pounds," he said.
weights that averaged between Some of the gilts are coming
175-230 pounds. in season and this also affects
S. their weight gain.
Coody said the lighter
pigs need. to gain around two Overall, the pigs looked
pounds a day to .make the good and sound, said Coody.
minimum weight requirement. It appears this will be an ex-
The heavier pigs. will need to tremely high quality show and
hold their weight to keep them the buyers will enjoy the excel-
from going over the 300-pound lent class of swine this year.
maximum weight. The Bradford/Union Swine
"A pig normally gains 1.7 Association continues to edu-


cate exhibitors and their par-
ents about improving the qual-
ity of the swine exhibited by
youth. For more information
about Union Couhny-4-H and
4-H swine projects, contact the
Union County Extension Of-
fice at 386-496-2321.


At last year's Bradford
County Fair, Union County
4-H'er Miranda Merritt had
the grand-champion pig- -
that sold for $2,475.


CASENO.63-2009-CA-000148 SAID PROLONGATION ON SAID
G E 1 A T C1 CITIMORTGAGE. INC., NORTH LINE FOR 225.00 FEET TO
LL .Plaintiff; THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
W B AVS. : .- : --- -:- TOGETHER WITH A 20-FOOT
,-DONALD W. BEEMAN; UNKNOWN ."EASEMENT FOR INGRESS AND
'SPOUSE OF DONALD W. EGRESS OVER AND ACROSS THE
BEEMAN; BRENDA MAE BEEMAN; EAST 20 FEET OF THE NORTH
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OFBRENDA 317.44 FEET, OF THE SOUTHWEST -
MAE BEEMAN; IF LIVING,', 1/4 OF THE SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE INCLUDING ANY UNKNOWN SECTION 7, TOWNSHIP 6, SOUTH
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND SPOUSE OF SAID DEFENDANTS) RANGE 18 EAST
FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA IF REMARRIED, AND IF ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
CASE NO. 63-2009-CA-000088 DECEASED, THE RESPECTIVE INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES/ THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
Plaintiff GRANTEES, ASSIGNEtI, THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF -
V CREDITORS, LIENORS, AND THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS6
MARION R. SAFIDERSON A/K/A TRUSTEES, AND ALL OTHER MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60"
MARION SANDERSON, JR.; PERSONS CLAIMING BY, :- "DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
TINA Y. SANDERSON A/K/A TINA THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST IF' YOU ARE A PERSON WITH
-'-YVETTE SANDERSON; UNKNOWN THE NAMED DEFENDANTSS; A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS
TENANT 1; UNKNOWN TENANT UNKNOWN TENANT #1; ANY ACCOMMODATION IN
2; and all unknown parties claiming UNKNOWN TENANT #2; ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN
by, through, under or against the Defendant(s)-. THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE
above named Defendantss, who NOTICE OF SALE ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO YOU,
(is/are) not known to be dead Notice is hereby given that, pursuant TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN
or alive, whether said unknown to a Final Summary Judgment of ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT
parties claim as heirs, devisees, Foreclosure entered in the above- UNION COUNTY COURTHOUSE,
grantees, assignees, lienors styled cause, in the Circuit Court of 55 WEST MAIN STREET, LAKE
Creditors, trustees, spouses,'or other Union County, Florida, Iwill sell the BUTLER, FL 32054 WITHIN 2
claimants; proper! situate- in Union County, WORKINGDAYSOFYOURRECEIPT
Defendants. Florida, described as: OF THIS NOTICE OF SALE: IF YOU
NOTICE OF SALE LOT 2 ELMWOOD SOUTH AS PER ARE HEARING IMPAIRED CALL:
Notice is herebv given that, pursuant 'PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN 1-800-955-8771; IF YOU ARE VOICE
to the Final Judgment.of Foreclosure PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 38, PUBLIC IMPAIRED CALL: 1-800-955-8770.
dated February 10, 2010, in this RECORDS OF UNION COUNTY, DATED at LAKE BUTLER, Florida,
Cause, I will sell the property situated FLORIDA.. this 111 day of February 2010.
in UNION County, Florida, described To include a: -,. Crystal Norman
as: 1994 Grant -VIN GAGMTO74A REGINA PARRISH
'.A PARCEL OF LAND LYING, BEING 66358664 CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
'-AND SITUATE IN SECTION 4 1994 Grant VIN GAGMT074B Union County, Florida
-TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 19 66358663 2/18 2tchg 2/25-UCT
EAST, UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA at public sale,- to the highest' and
MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED best bidder.for cash, in the lobby of.. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
AS FOLLOWS:COMMENCE AT THE the Union County Courthouse, 55 W. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND t
: NORTHWEST CORNER OF SAID Main St., Lake Butler, FL 32054 at FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
.SECTION 4, AND RUN SOUTH 890 11:00 a.m., on March11, 2010.:. PROBATE DIVISION E
30' 20" EAST,-ADISTANCE OF 40.02 DATED THIS 11th DAY OF. February Case No. 63-2010-CP-0002
-'FEET TO THE INTERSECTION 2010. IN RE: ESTATE OF CALVIN C.
WITH THE EASTERLY. RIGHT-OF- Any person claiming an ..interest in., GASSETT, SR,
WAY LINE OF COUNTY ROAD NO, the surplus from the sale, if any, other Deceased
.--S-796-A; THENCE RUN SOUTH than the property owner as of the date
01' 08' 14" EAST, ALONG SAID of the lis pendens, must file a claim NOTICE-TO CREDITORS
,-: EASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY :LINE within 60 days after the sale. ,:-' The administration of the estate of
", OF COUNTY ROAD NO. S-796-A, Witness, my hand and seal of this Calvin C. Gassett, Sr., deceased, File
A DISTANCE OF 848.53 FEET TO court on the 11'h day of February Number 63-2010-CP-0002 is pending
.;'- THE POINT OF CURVATURE OF A 2010. in the-Circuit Court for Union County,
CURVE'TO THE RIGHT; THENCE CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT .Florida, Probate Division, the address i
RUN SOUTHERLY, CONTINUING By: Crystal Norman of which is Union County Courthouse,
ALONG SAID EASTERLY RIGHT-OF- Deputy Clerk ,55 West Main St.,, Lake Butler, FL
WAY-LINE, .nj E OF 297.71 In accordance .with the -American 32054. The name and address of
-FEET 4-FEA -ALONGC With DiibitiesAct 6f190, persons the personal representative and the
THE AR F A CURVE CONCAVE ed6ditigh' 6 hi1l' 6conamodatidn personal 'represdntalive s attorney
WESTERLY AND HAVING A RADIUS to participate in this proceeding are set forth below.
OF,11499.16 FEET, SAIDARC BEING should contact the ASA Coordinator All creditors of the decedent and other
SUBTENDED BY A CHORD HAVING no later than seven (7) days. priorto persons having claims or demands
A BEARING OF SOUTH 00'23' 44" the proceedings.' If hearing ;impaired, against decedent's estate on whom a
EAST, A DISTANCE OF 297.70 FEET please call (800) 955-8771 (T D) or copy of this notice has been served
TO THE POINT OF TANGENCY; (800) 955-8770 (voice), via Florida must.file their claims with this court I
THENCE RUN SOUTH 00 20' 46" Relay Service.. WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS
, WEST, CONTINUING ALONG SAID 2/18 2tchg 2/25-IUCT. AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST (
,,EASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE, PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE I
'- A DISTANCE OF 253.76 FEET; IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE TIME I
. --:THENCE RUN SOUTH 89' 30' 20" THE 8th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
EAST. A DISTANCE OF 1267.36 FLORIDA, IN AND FOR UNION .NOTICE ON THEM.
FEETTOTHEINTERSECTIONWITH COUNTY. All other creditors of the decedent
STHE WEST LINE OF SE 1/4 OF NW Case #: 2009-CA-000138 and other persons having claims or i
1/4 OF SAID SECTION 4; THENCE .. Division #: demands against the decedent's I
RUN SOUTH 00' 02' 41" WEST :UNC: estate must file their claims with I
ALONG SAID WEST LINE OF SE '/ Wells Fargo Bank, National. this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS I
OF THE NW 1/4 OF SECTION 4 A Association, as Trustee under -. AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST I
DISTANCE OF :65.36 FEET; THEN Pooling and Servicing Agreement PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
CONTINUE RUNNING SOUTH 00' Dated as of July 1, 2006 Securitized -ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
: -02'41 "WEST CONTINUING ALONG Asset-Backed Receivables LLC Trust BE FOREVER BARRED.
SAID WEST LINE OF THE SE 1/4 2000-FR3 Mortgage Pass-Through NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
OF THE NW 1/4 OF SECTION 4, Certificates, Series, 2006-FR3, PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY C
A DISTANCE OF 325.65 FEET TO Plaintiff,. CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF -vs.- MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS I
THE HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED Big Daddy Rentals, LLC; James DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
PARCEL OF LAND: THENCE McCoin; -- The date of first publication of this
RUN SOUTH 89* 30' 20" EAST, Defendant(s). notice is February 18, 2010.
A DISTANCE OF 270.90 FEET. NOTICE OF SALE Attorney for Personal
THENCE RUN SOUTH 01' 08' 14" NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant Representative: I
EAST, A DISTANCE OF 159.89 FEET. to an Order of Final Judgment of- Scruggs & Carmichael, P.A.
THENCE RUN NORTH 89' 30' 20-" Foreclosure dated February 10, By: Charles W. Littell
WEST,ADISTANCEOF274.19 FEET 2010, entered in Civil Case No, Florida Bar No. 174593
TO THE INTERSECTION WITH SAID 2009-CA-000138 of the Circiit CoUrt 4041 NW 37 "Place Suite B
WEST LINE OF THE SE 1/4 OF THE of the 8th Judicial Circuit in and for Gainesville, FL 32606
NW 1/4 OF SECTION 4; THENCE Union County, Florida, wherein Wells Telephone: (352)374-5242
RUN NORTH 00 02' 41" EAST, Fargo Bank, National Association, Facsimile: (352)378-9326
ALONG SAID WEST LINE OF THE as Trustee under Pooling and Personal Representative:
SE 1/4OFTHE NW1/4 OF SECTION Servicing Agreement Datedas of July Thomas E. Gassett
4, A DISTANCE OF 159.83 FEET 1, 2006 Securitized Asset-Backed 10507 NW 32"1 Place I
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING: Receivables LLC. Trust 2006-FR3 Gainesville, FL 32606
SUBJECT TO THE RIGHT-OF. Mortgage Pass-Through Certificates, 2/18 2tchg 2/25-UCT 8
WAY OF A COUNTY .MAINTAINED Series 2006-FR3; Plaintiff and Big .
GRADED ROAD (RIGHT-OF-WAY Daddy Rentals, LLC are defendant(s); NOTICE
IS PRESCRIPTIVE) OVER- AND I will sell to the, hi hest and best.. Call for Request for Qualifications
ACROSS THE WESTERLY SIDE bidder for cash, AT -THE FRONT (RFQ) L
THEREOF. TOGETHER" WITH STEPS OF THE UNION COUNTY Brokerage Services for the Sale of
THAT CERTAIN 2005 -ADRIA COURTHOUSE, LOCATED AT 103 Climate Action Reserve
DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE HOME UNION COUNTY-'COURTHOUSE, Verified Carbon Emission Reduction _..
ATTACHED THERETO HAVING VIN tAKE,.BUTLER, UNION COUNTY, Credits 2
#GAHAF001630A, TITLE #95285355 FLORIDA, AT 11:00 A.M. on March RFQ #10-01 A
AND VIN #GAHAF001630B, TITLE 11,- 2010 ,the following 'described. The New River Solid Waste t
#95285174. property as set forth in said Final Association (NRSWA) is soliciting t
a/k/a 12139 SW 83RD ST, LAKE Judgment, to-wit: statements of qualifications from (
BUTLER, FL 32054 A TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND qualified brokers for Climate Action
at public sale, to the highest and best LYING IN THE SOUTHWEST Reserve (CAR) verified methane \
." bidder, for cash, on the South side QUARTER -(SW 1/4) .OF THE emission reduction credits produced c
stepsoftheUnion CountyCourthouse SOUTHWEST QUARTER (1/4) OF- at New River Regional Landfill for
%55 West Main Street, Lake Butler FL SECTION 7, TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, vintage years 2003 through 2008, in
32054, Florida, at eleven o'clock amm RANGE -18 EAST, UNION COUNTY,, addition to credits produced in 2009
30.on March 11 2010. 'FLORIDA DESCRIBEAS; and 2010 which are anticipated to be
;Any person claiming an interest in FROM THE NORTHEAST'CORNER verified in 2010. NRSWA defines a -
Sthe surplus from the sale, if an other OF SAID FRACTION OF A SECTION, broker as an entity that will transfer f
than the property owner as of the date RUN SOUTH 0 DEGREES 36'22" ownership of said carbon credits I
Sof theIis pendens must file a claim EAST ALONG THE EAST LINE OFfrom NRSWA to a buyer and/or
within 60 days after the sale. SAID FRACTION OF -A SECTION end user. Respondents to this RFQ 1
Dated at Lake Butler, Florida, this FOR 317.44 FEET TO. THE must demonstrate the capability and F
11th day of February 2010. NORTHEAST CORNER OF PARCEL experience in marketing and selling .
Regina H Parrish A AS DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL carbon credits, with preference given I
Clerk of the Circuit Court RECORDS BOOK 72 AT PAGES 570 to landfill methane credits.
By: Crystal Norman THROUGH 573 OF THE PUBLIC NRSWA is located 2.5 miles north of
S : rDeputy Clerk OFFICIAL RECORDS OF UNION Raiford, Florida on State Road 121 in t
.IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH COUNTY, FLORIDA, AND THE. Union County, Florida. RFQ packages s
?A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS POINT OF BEGINNING.-. Pcan be picked up at the New River
.-FANY ACCOMMODATION IN FROM SAID POINT OF BEGINNING, Regional Landfill Administration t
ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN SOUTH 0 DEGREES 36'22" EAST Office located at 24276 NE 157th F
THIS PROCEEDING. YOU ARE ALONG SAID EAST LINE 314.95 Street, Raiford, FL 32083 or can be. (
.-. ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO YOU FEET TO THE SOUTHEAST distributed upon request via e-mail. F
'TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN CORNER .OF SAID PARCEL A; Completed RFQ packages are to be
ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES mailed to the New River Solid Waste
.g$ (386) 496-3711 (VOICE) OR (904) 23'38" WEST ALONG THE SOUTM! Association, P.O. Box 647, Raiford,
? 374-3639 (VOICE OR TDD) OR VIA LINE OF SAID PARCEL A AND IT3 Florida 32083-0647 or delivered to
FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE AT 1- WESTERLY PROLONGATION FOR the NRSWA Administration Office. F
800-955-8771 225.00 FEET; THENCE NORTH 0 After the RFQ opening, the packages
S2/18 2tchg 2/25-UCT DEGREES 36'22" WEST (PARALLEL will be examined for completeness t
- WITH SAID EAST LINE) FOR 314.95 and preserved in the custody of the
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FEET TO AN INTERSECTION WITH Executive Director. New River Solid 3
^ EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE WESTERLY PROLONGATION Waste Association reserves the right u
f THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND OF THE NORTH LINE OF SAID to reject any or all RFO responses
FOR UNION COUNTY PARCEL A; THENCE NORTH 89 or a portion thereof for any reason. i
CIVIL DIVISION DEGREES 23'38" EAST ALONG Any RFQ responses received after u


the specified time and-date will not be
considered. For additional procedural
information contact NRSWA at
386-431-1000." The DEADLINE for
submittal in response to the above
RFP is Friday, March 5, 2010 at 5:00
p.m. (Eastern time). ,
2/25 2tchg 3/4-UCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR UNION COUNTY
I CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 63 2009 CA 000055
NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC, '


this 22nd day of February 2010, in
Union County. 2/2 dUCT
2/25 ltpd-UCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR UNION
COUNTY
CASE NO. 63-2010-CA-0018
MERCANTILE BANK, A DIVISION
OF CAROLINA FIRST BANK,
Plaintiff, -
vs.
-CHRISTOPHER LEE ZUKOWSKI,
et.al
Defendants.


rainiii ll,
vs. NOTICE OF ACTION
RUSSELLAKERS A/K/A JOHN TO; BECKY M ZUKOWSKI
RUSSELL AKERS A/K/A JOHN Whose residence is: 16590 SE 83RD
AKERS; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF TERR,. LAKE BUTLER, FL, 32054
RUSSELLAKERS A/K/A JOHN & 17074 N .. ..N, RAIFORD,
RUSSELLAKERS A/K/AJOHN FL 32083 &- i3 2NE 242 LN,
AKERS; DORINDA G. AKERS; RAIFORD, FL, 32083
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF DORINDA If alive, and if dead, all parties
G. AKERS; IF LIVING, INCLUDING claiming interest by, through, under
ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE or against BECKY M 'ZUKOWSKI
OF SAID DEFENDANT(S), IF and all parties having or claiming to
REMARRIED, AND IF DECEASED, -have any right, title or interest in the
THE RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN property described herein.
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS, 'for Foreclosure of Mortgage on the
LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES, following described property:
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS Exhibit A
CLAIMING BY,-THROUGH, UNDER A parcel of land, lying, being and
OR AGAINST THE NAMED situate in the North Y' of Government
DEFENDANT(S); UNKNOWN-- 'Lot 9, Township 6 South, Range 20
TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TENANT East, .Union County, Florida, more
#2; particularly described as follows:
Defendants) COMMENCE at the Southeast corner
'" ..of said North 1/ ,of Government
: NOTICE OF SALE Lot 9, Section 6, and run South 84
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant degrees 02 minutes 22 seconds
to a, Final Summary Judgment of West, along the South line of said
Foreclosure entered In the above- ..North V2 of Government Lot 9,
styled cause, in the Circuit-Court of.- Section 6, a-distance of 116.10 feet
Union County, Florida;'I Will-sellf the to the POINT OF BEGINNING of the
property situate in .Union. County, hereinafter described parcel of land:
Florida, described as: -7- 'Thence continue running South 84
A PARCEL OF LAND CONTAINING degrees 02 minutes .2 seconds
A TOTAL AREA OF 1.5 ACRES, West, continuing along said South
MORE OR LESS, LYING, BEING ',line' of the North /2 of Government
AND, SITUATE IN SECTION 4, Lot 9, Section 6, a distance of 264.86
TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE- 19 feet; thence run North 03 degrees 02
EAST, UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA, minutes 17 seconds East, a distance
MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED of 177.73 feet to the intersection with
AS'FOLLOWS: : the Southerly prescriptive right of way
COMMENCE AT THE SOUTHWEST line of a county maintained paved
CORNER OF SAID SECTION 4,.- road (SE 831d Terrace)(right of way
AND RUN NORTH 00 DEGREE i pres.cripliv, with varies) thence
13 MINUTES 08 SECOMDS EAST,.un.U euth 4-de rees-54 minutes 40
ALONG THE "WEST"CINE '1" SA -secen3E.5 a hg aid Sbulferly'
SECTION 4, A DISTANCE 'OF prescriptive right of way line, a
347.11 FEET;. THENCE:. NORTH distance of 95.47 feet to the Point
89 DEGREES 04 MINUTES 42 of Curvature of a curve to the left;
SECONDS- EAST--A--DISTANCE .-thence- run Southeasterly, continuing
OF 862.68 FEET; THENCE RUN -,along said Southerly- prescriptive
NORTH 00 DEGREES 55 MINUTES -right of way line, a distance of 210.06
19 SECONDS WEST A DISTANCE .' feet as measured along the arc of
OF 556.88 FEET TO THE POINT OF. a curve concave Northeasterly and
BEGINNING OFTHE HEREINAFTER having a radius of 265.00 feet, said
DESCRIBED PARCEL OF LAND; arc being subtended by a chord
THENCE -CONTINUE RUNNING having a bearing of South 66 degrees
NORTH 00 QEGREES 55 MINUTES .37 minutes 09 seconds East and a
19 SECONDS WEST A DISTANCE distance of 204.60 feet to the POINT
OF 391.12" FEET -TO- THE OF BEGINNING.
INTERSECTION WITH THE SOUTH SUBJECT TO the prescriptive right of
RIGHT-OF-WAY -LINE OF COUNTY (way of a public road across the East
ROAD NUMBER S-796, SAID end thereof.
INTERSECTION OCCURRING AT a/k/a. 16590 SE 83RD TERR LAKE
A POINT OF CURVATURE ALONG BUT fER, FL 32054
SAID SOUTH RIGHT-OF- WAY LINE; has been filed against you and you
THENCE RUN EASTERLY, ALONG are required to serve a copy of your
SAID SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE written defenses, if any, to it, on
COUNTY ROAD NUMBER S-796, Jessica Fagen, Attorney for Plaintiff,
A DISTANCE-OF 166.09 FEET AS whose address; is 2901 Stirling Road,
MEASURED ALONG THE ARC OF Suite 300, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
A CURVE CONCAVE NORTHERLY 33312 within 30 days after the first
AND; HAVING A RADIUS OF publication of this notice and file the
1471.56 FEET, SAID ARC BEING original with the Clerk of this Court
SUBTENDED BY A CHOIRD either before service on Plaintiffs
HAVING A BEARING OF NORTH attorney or immediately thereafter;
65 DEGREES 50 MINUTES 42 otherwise a default will be entered
SECONDS EAST AND A DISTANCE against you for the relief demanded in
OF 166.00 FEET; THENCE RUN the complaint.
SOUTH 00 DEGREES 55 MINUTES- WITNESS my hand and the seal of
19 SECONDS EAST A DISTANCE this'Court this 221d day of February,
OF 400.49 -FEET; THENCE RUN 2010.
SOUTH 89 DEGREES 04 MINUTES REGINA PARRISH
42 SECONDS WEST A. DISTANCE As Clerk of the Court
OF 165.74 FEET TO THE POINT OF By: Crystal Norman
BEGINNING. As Deputy Clerk
A/K/A A copy of this Notice of Action,
8154 County Road 796 Complaint. and Lis Pendens were
Lake Butler,,FL 32054 sent to the defendants and address
at public sale, to the highest and best named above.
bidder, for bash. In the lobby .of the In accordance with the Americans
Union County Courthouse, 55 W. with Disabilities Act, persons needing
Main St., Lake Butler, FL 32054 at- a -reasonable accommodation to
11:00 a.m., on March 18, 2010. participate in this proceeding should,
,DATED.THIS..19tblDAY OF.-ebruary, nol.ater .than..saven .(7Z).days priorc,
2010. ": .- contact '"tfe Clerk of the Court's
Any person claiming an interest in disability coordinator at 352-337-
he surplus from the sale, if any, other 6;37, 201 E. UNIVERSITY AVE.,
han the property bwner as of the date GAINESVILLE, FL 32601. If hearing
of the lis pendens, must file a claim impaired, contact (TDD) 800-955-
within 60 days after the sale. 8771 via Florida Relay System.
Witness, my hand- and seal of this 2/25 2tchg 3/4-UCT
court on the--19th- dayTof February,- -
2010. .. INTHECIRCUIT COURT QF THE


CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT -EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
: By: Julia Croft- FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
.... Deputy-Clerk CIVIL ACTION
THIS INSTRUMENT -PREPARED CASE NO.: 63-2009-CA-000159
BY: ... IDIVISION:
Law Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra. WELLS FARGO BANK, NA,
9204 King Palm Drive -, Plaintiff,
Tampa, FL 33619-1328 vs.
Phone: 813-915-8660 .JENNIFER S. COOKE A/K/A
Attorneys for Plaintiff -JENNIFER HOLLEY STRIPLING,
n accordance with the American et al
with Disabilities Act.of 1990, persons Defendant(s).
feeding a special accommodation
o participate- in. this proceeding--- NOTICE OF ACTION
should contact the ASA Coordinator TO: JENNIFER S. COOKE A/K/A
no later than seven (7) days prior to-- JENNIFER HOLLEY STRIPLING
he proceedings. If hearing impaired, 'LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 9525 SW
)lease call (800)955-8771 (TDD) or 72nd Street, Lake Butler, FI 32054
800)955-8770 (voice), via .Florida CURRENT ADDRESS: UNKNOWN
Relay Service. -ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
2/25 2tchg 3/4-UCT CLAII0ING BY, THROUGH, UNDER,
ANDAGAINSTTHE HEREIN NAMED
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
Pursuant -to Section 865.09, Florida. DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
Statutes, notice is hereby given that -UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
he undersigned, Malcolm J, Johns,- AN INTEREST AS SPOUSE, HEIRS,
1237 SW SR 121, Lake Butler, FL DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR QTHER
32054, sole owner, doing business CLAIMANTS
inder the firm name of: Springtown LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
Automotive Sales and Service, UNKNOWN
intends to register said fictitious name CURRENT ADDRESS: UNKNOWN
inder the aforesaid statute. Dated YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to


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foreclose a mortgage on the following
property in UNION County, Florida:
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN THE
NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION 12,
TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE 18
EAST, UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA;
SAID PARCEL BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS: COMMENCE AT A
FOUND INCH X4 INCH CONCRETE
MONUMENT LOCATED AT THE
INTERSECTION OF THE WEST
LINE OF THE EAST 611.52 FEET
OF THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF SAID
NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SAID SECTION
12AND'THE NORTHERLY RIGHTOF
WAY LINE OF COUNTY ROAD 238-
A AND RUN SOUTH 85 DEGREES
19 MINUTES 12 SECONDS WEST,
ALONG SAID NORTHERLY RIGHT
OF WAY LINE, FOR A DISTANCE
OF 934.68 FEET TO A SET 1/2
INCH IRON ROD FOR THE POINT
OF BEGINNING. FROM THE POINT
OF BEGINNING THUS DESCRIBED
CONTINUE SOUTH 85 DEGREES
19 MINUTES 12 SECONDS WEST,
ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY LINE,
FOR A DISTANCE IF 237.35 FEET
TO A FOUND 4 INCH X 4 INCH
CONCRETE MONUMENT LOCATED
ON THE WEST LINE OF PARCEL
OF LAND DESCRIBED AND
RECORDED IN OFFICIAL RECORD
BOOK 109, PAGES 400 THROUGH
401 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF SAID COUNTY, HEREINAFTER
REFERRED TO AS SAID PARCEL;
THENCE RUN NORTH 02 DEGREES
44 MINUTES 29 SECONDS WEST,
AS A BASIS OF BEARINGS, ALONG
SAID WEST LINE OF SAID PARCEL,
FOR A DISTANCE OF 208.77 FEET
TO A SET 1/2 INCH IRON ROD;
THENCE RUN NORTH 85 DEGREES
'19 MINUTES 12 SECONDS EAST,
PARALLEL WITH SAID NORTHERLY
RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF COUNTY
ROAD 238-A, FOR A DISTANCE OF
151.79 FEET TO A SET 1/2 INCH
IRON ROD; THENCE RUN SOUTH
35 DEGREES 21 MINUTES 35
SECONDS EAST FOR A DISTANCE
OF 158.66 FEET TO A SET 1/2 INCH
IRON' ROD; THENCE RUN SOUTH
02 DEGREES 44 MINUTES 13
SECONDS EAST FOR A DISTANCE
OF 72.24 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.
THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PARCEL
BEING A PORTION OF OFFICIAL
"RECORD BOOK 109,"YPAGES 400
THROUGH 401 OF, THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF SAID COUNTY.
TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE HOME
LOCATED THEREON AS A
PERMANENT FIXTURE AND
APPURTENANCE THERETO; VIN
#'S GAFL475A76336EX21 AND
GAFL475B76336EX21
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses within 30 days after
the first publication, if any, on Florida
.Default Law Group, PL., -Plaintiffs
attorney, whose address is 9119
Corporate Lake Drive, Suite 300,
Tampa, Florida 33634, and file the
original with this Court either before
service on Plaintiffs attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the Complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for two consecutive
weeks, in the Union County Times.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this Court on this 22nd day of February,
2010.
Regina Parrish
Clerk of the Court
By: Crystal Norman
As Deputy Clerk
In accordance with the Americans
Disabilities Act, persons with
disabilities requesting reasonable
accommodations to participate in
this proceeding should contact (904)
496-3711 (Voice) or (904) 374-3639
(Voice or TDD) or via Florida Relay
Service at 1-800-955-8771.
2/25 2tchg 3/4-UCT
UNION COUNTY BOARD OF'
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
ORDINANCE NO. 10-1-2010
AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF
UNION COUNTY, AUTHORIZING
AND REQUIRING, EFFECTIVE
APRIL 1, 2010, THE COLLECTION
BY THE CLERK OF THE COURT
AND THE REMISSION TO THE
BOARD OF A TRAFFIC EDUCATION
PROGRAM CHARGE OF $5.00 WITH
EACH CIVIL TRAFFIC PENALTY
IN ADDITION TO ALL OTHER
FEES, FINES, SURCHARGES AND
COSTS OTHERWISE AUTHORIZED
THEREON, PURSUANT TO THE
AUTHORITY PROVIDED IN
SECTION 98 OF CHAPTER 2002-
20, LAWS OF FLORIDA, FOR USE
IN FUNDING TRAFFIC EDUCATION
PROGRAMS IN PUBLIC AND NON-
PUBLIC SCHOOLS, ESTABLISHING
A TRAFFIC EDUCATION
PROGRAM CHARGES RECEIVED
BY THE BOARD SHALL BE
DEPOSITED; PROVIDING FOR THE
ADMINISTRATION AND USE BY
THE BOARD OF ALL SUCH FUNDS
FOR DIRECT EDUCATIONAL
EXPENSES; PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING
FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE
WHEREAS, there is a need for a
driver education program in Union
County, Florida; and
WHEREAS, Section 98 of Chapter
*2002.20, Laws of Florida, creates
the DORIS SLOSBERG DRIVE
EDUCATION ACT; and
WHEREAS, the implementation of
that act in Union Co.unty, Florida will
provide a much needed benefit to the
citizens of Union County, Florida.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF
UNION COUNTY.
2/25 2tchg 3/4-UCT





8A Union County Times Thursday, Feb. 25, 2010


UCHS students earn berths to state, international science fairs


Pictured regional winners from Lake Butler Middle School and Union County High j
School were (front row, I-r) Savannah Woodall, Kelly Gray, Chance Oody, Corey
Palmer, Holly Tucker, Lauren Johnson, (back, I-r) UCHS Science Fair Coordinator Students who will now go on to compete in the state science fair in Orlando to be held
Renae Allen, Lindsey Saunders, Vanessa Love, Kelsey Harrison, Adam Mott, Chris April 7-9 are (front row, I-r) Kelly Gray, Chance Oody, Holly Tucker, Lauren Johnson,
Johnson, Kelsey Brooker, Morgan Dukes, Connie Driggers and LBMS Science Fair (back, I-r) Lindsey Saunders, Vanessa Love, Kelsey Harrison, Chris Johnson, Kelsey
Coordinator Crystal Swilley. Brooker and Morgan Dukes.


VFW events
planned
The VFW regularly serves
dinner on Wednesday nights
and bingo begins at 7 p.m. every
Thursday evening. As always,
the community is welcome and
invited to attend.
For more information about
VFW events, please contact
Commander William Fischer at
904-263-0625 or Quartermas-
ter Barbara Fischer at 904-263-
,0647.

Re-dedication
service Feb. 28
Community Reviv'al Outreach
Ministry invites everyone to its
re-dedication anniversary service
on Sunday, Feb. 28, at 3:30 p.m.
with Pastor Elder Leonard Wat-
kins.
For more information, please
contact Sister Young at 352-338-
8067 or Sister Hendricks at 352-
373-2113.


FDOT
scheduled road
construction'
in UC
Expect daytime lane closures
after 8:30 a.m. on S.R. 238 at the
Olustee Creek Bridge near the
Columbia County line as crews
will be working on the new
bridge railing.
Also expect to see lane 'clo-
.sures on S.R. 231 in Lake But-
ler to the Columbia County -ine
while crews work on drainage in
preparation for resurfacing.

Regular
monthly SWAT
meetings set
Union County Students Work-
ing Against Tobacco- (SWAT)
club meetings are as follows.
The Comrtpunity SWAT club
meets on the second Monday of
each month from 3-4 p.m. at the
Worthington Springs Commu-


nity Center.
The Lake Butler Middle
School SWAT club meets on the
second Tuesday of each month
S'fr6m 3-4 p.m. in Emily Mecusk-
er's eighth-grade classroom.
The Union County High
School SWAT club meets each
month on early release Wednes-
days at 8 a.m. in the school caf-
eteria.
The SWAT clubs are open to
Union County students ages 11-
18. Snacks are provided during
each meeting. For more infor-
mation, contact Darlene, Jim or


Kyle at the Union County Health
Department by calling 386-496-
3211.

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SOCIALS
OBITUARIES
-- EDITORIAL:
NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION
-N.W_ FRO BRDFR COUTY UNIO .T A.DT'-..E.EIO


Hawthorne's Pruitt is new UCHS football coach


New Union County head football coach Ronny Pruitt
(left) is pictured with Principal Alex Nelson.


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
It is not the direct tie to the
successful programs of the
1990s each of the previous two
head coaches possessed, but
Union County High School's
new football coach is indirectly
tied to those days in that he is
the younger brother of the man
who was the head coach during
that time.
Ronny Pruitt, who coached


Hawthorne the past three sea-
sons, has been hired to replace
Andrew Zow, who resigned
earlier this year. Pruitt's brother,
Robby, guided the Tigers to
three state championships, but
the younger Pruitt said he expe-
rienced no trepidation in follow-
ing in his brother's footsteps. In
fact, he said it is a "dream job"
for him.
"I kind of pinch myself every
day now and then to make sure


I'm still awake," Pruitt said.
Pruitt did not play foi the Ti-
gers like Zow, who was a quar-
terback and safety on those
championship teams, nor was he
an assistant to. his brother as
Buddy Nobles, the man who
coached the Tigers prior to Zow.
He is no stranger, though. He
lived in Union, County for a time.
and said he has family liyingall
along the borders of the county.
In fact, that is what Pruitt said


is one of the things he looks
most forward to, the chance to
be a part of Union County:,
"The community here is what
attracted me," he said.
Both Principal Alex Nelson
and Superintendent Carlton
Faulk mentioned that one of the
things that stood out about Pruitt
was his desire to be a part of the
community. In turn, members of
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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Lila Sellars admits she's a
talker, but she was almost ren-
dered speechless when she
learned she will be honored by
Santa Fe College as one of its
2010 Women of Distinction.
"There are no words to de-
scribe how I feel of the honor
that someone would recognize
just a little, old, simple Lila Sel-
lars," she said.
~Sellars is one of five Women
of Distinction that will be hon-
ored, along with a Woman of
Promise (16-21 years of age), at
a luncheon Tuesday, March 2, at
the UF Hilton in Gainesville at
11:30 a.m. Tickets are $30 each,
While tables of eight can be re-
served for $240.
Sellars is the only honoree.
from Bradford County-
honorees come from both Brad-
ford and Alachua 'counties-
Which is almost hard for her to
believe.,
"I certainly feel there are other
women in Bradford County who
are more deserving of this
honor," Sellars said. "Truly, I
arn honored."
However, in his nomination
letter on Sellars' behalf, Harry
Hatcher III wrote: "I looked up
the definition of distinct or dis-
tinction. Some of the words used
to describe distinction were 'not
alike,' 'individual,' 'unmistak-
able worthy of special honor or
recognition.' I trust the commit-
tee's judgment totally, but
please hear me clearly. With all
due respect, no matter what, Lila
is a woman of distinction."
Hatcher, who once worked
with Sellars when he was Brad-
ford County's superintendent of
schools-Sellars was and still is
the school board's executive
secretary-said according to the
Bible, one is to put the interests
of others before his or hers.
That, Hatcher said, describes
Sellars.
"She is not self-seeking,"
Hatcher wrote. "Lila tirelessly
works on so many projects in


our community, her church and
our school that in the past, I've
had to warn her of the overload
or burnout."
Sellars, who also currently
serves as a Bradford County
commissioner, has worked in
various ministries within her
church-First United Methodist
of Starke-has served as a Girl
Scouts leader and Cub Scouts
den mother, actively participates
in March of Dimes and Relay
for Life fundraising events, and
is a member of the Kiwanis
Club of Starke, which named
her its Kiwanian of the Year
twice (2001 and 2004).
That's just to name a few of
her endeavors.
"Lila genuinely cares about
people and serves as an inspira-
tion to others," wrote Colleen
Scott-Hall, student development
specialist at the Santa Fe Col-
lege Andrews Center in Starke,
in another nomination letter.
Sellars said it is just her nature
to help others and work in her
community. Plus, she likes it.
"I just get so much joy out of
helping, and it's fun," she said.
"It's very rewarding. It's re-
warding to know you have the
ability and can make the time to
help others. That, itself, is a re-
ward."
Sellars began earning such
rewards at the age of 15 when
--she began volunteering at a hos-
pital.
"I was the 'Candy Striper of
the Year,'" Sellars said. "I had
more volunteer hours than any
other candy striper."
That determination and desire
to not only volunteer, but to go
all out in doing so, was fostered
by her upbringing, Sellars said.
"It's the way you're raised,"
she said. "It's instilled in you."
Moving to Bradford County
from Georgia-where she met
and married Tony, her husband
of 29 years-22 years ago
helped keep Sellars active. She
said that was due to finding her-
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Pushing shopping carts up the ladder of success


BHan Jackson's ca- -
reer started out sim-
ply enough, but now
he's the manager of
the Starke Wal-Mart
Supercenter
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
It is a perfect example of one
working his way up to the top,
but when Brian Jackson began
working at Wal-Mart, he had no
idea he would stick around to
ascend the ladder to manage-
ment.
Yet he did, and it should
probably not be too surprising
for one who claimed work be-
'came his hobby growing up. As
he took those steps into adult-
hood, Jackson realized how
valuable working at Wal-Mart
was. He was treated well and
had an opportunity to.earn the.
things necessary to support a
family and set himself up for his
future.
"As I got out on my own and
realized I needed to look at
.things like retirement and bene-


Brian Jackson stands in the fruit and produce section of the Starke Wal-Mart Su-
percenter. Jackson has been the manager in Starke since 2001.


fits, Wal-Mart had everything I
was needing at the time," Jack-
son said.
Jackson is the manager of the
Wal-Mart Supercenter in Starke,
where he has worked since'
2001. It all began as a teenager


in Citrus County who learned a
strong work ethic from, his par-
ents and would go on to push
shopping carts for the company
he now works for. .
He was actually born 'in Cali-
fornia, but Jackson's parents


moved to Florida when he was
young. 'Citrus County became
home for the boy who once
dreamed of easing himself be-
hind a steering wheel and han-
dling a vehicle at high speeds.
"I think I always thought I'd


make it as a NASCAR driver,"
Jackson said.
As a student at Lecanto High
School, where, he graduated
from in 1992, Jackson began
helping his parents with their
landscaping business. His
mother and father both influ-
enced the work ethic he would
develop, he said.
"Growing up, my hobby be-
came work. It really did," Jack-
son said. "I've worked since I
was young."
Jackson would 'eventually
start working at a restaurant in
Homasassa toward the end of
high school. He did that until he
began working at Wal-Mart.
"I started with Wal-Mart be-
cause my brother had worked
for Wal-Mart," Jackson said. "I
started out of high school push-
ing shopping carts."
Jackson pushed those carts for
approximately a year, he said, be
fore he began work as an over-
night stocker.
"Eventually, within two or
three years, I was promoted to
an assistant manager," he said.
In the mid 1990s; Jackson


went to Louisiana to run his first
store as a manager. It %wa a
helpful experience, to be 'stre,
but he became eager to retufn to
Florida. :''
"It was different moving;to a
state where you had no family or
anybody," Jackson said. -
The opportunity- to return
came in 2001, when Jackson
became the store manager of the
Wal-Mart in Starke-the.'.',old
Wal-Mart in the strip mall that
now includes Tractor Supply
Company. The Supercenteravas
still four years away, but:.there
was already talk of one.
"From day one when I;-first
started working at the Starke
store, the associates in that tore
had been talking about they6had
been' hearing rumors for 'years
about this store becoming a Su-
percenter," Jackson said. '
The Supercenter opened, in
late 2005. To prepare, Jagcson
trained at a store in St. NMry's,
Ga., where he worked a', co-
manager. Also, the approxi-
mately 300 associates 'who

See JACKSON pagq 4B


SELLARS
Continued from Page 1B
self in a home where she did not
know anyone.
"I reached out, and I volun-
teered," she said. "I think that's
what made me grow into the
person I am."
Family and church are the two
most important things in her life,
Sellars can remember supporting
her children, Phil and Marissa,.
when they were in scouting.
Marissa also helped lead Sellars
and the family to First United'
Methodist. Church. "Marissa be-
came friends with Carmen Wa-
terhouse, who invited her to
vacation bible school at the
church.
That was approximately 20
years ago. The Sellars family
has attended the church ever
since then. Sellars has served as
Sunday school teacher, worked
in children's church, served on,
the pi-st6rfiarish Telations com-
mittee and been a.jartp..he
United Methodist Women's
group to name just a few of her
church activities.
"One of the biggest services I
can provide is serving my
church," Sellars said.


A service Sellars often pro-
vides outside her church is floral
arrangements for various events,
whether they be Weddings or the
North Florida Regional Cham-
ber of Commerce's annual ban-
quet. That talent, along with
volunteering as a candy striper,
began at the age of 15, when she
began working at a floral shop
in her childhood home of
Sylvester, Ga. Her duties in-
cluded posting daily tickets,
cutting and processing fresh
flowers and going on deliveries.
She eventually learned how to
arrange flowers after working.
there approximately a year.
Sellars continued working at
floral shops after moving to
Tifton, Ga., and then to Starke,
where she worked for Lady Bug
Florist.
Though shle no longer works
in the business, Sellars said she
likes to keep her fingers in it
because she never knows when
she'll need to fall back on those


sKiMs. -rTus, sne sa- It s a'l taent
from God that should be used to
help others.
"I give a lot of my time and
talents because it's a gift that
was given to me," Sellars said.
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sorrow. Her daughter, Marissa,
was killed in an automobile ac-
cident in 2003, but she uses that
experience as an opportunity to
reach out and help others as
well.
"This phenomenal lady also
serves as a support system to
members of the Bradford
County community who have
lost children," Scott-Hall wrote
in her letter of recommendation.
Sellars said she believes since
she's gone throjigh such a trag-
edy, she can make herself avail-
able for others to lean on.
"I can't take the pain away,"
she said, "but I can be here and
comfort you and perhaps even
tell you in time in gets Better,
though the pain never goes
away."
Another death in the family
helped get Sellars involved in
the American Cancer Society's
Relay for Life. Sella.rs lost a
brother, who was 29, to cancer
15.-year3-ae -Her-mother-in-
law also died of cancer six
months afterward.) Her first
time participating in a Relay for
Life event was in Sylvester.
"Since. then, I have been
somewhat involved," she said.
"In the past few years, I have


really been involved in raising
money for Relay for Life."
. The reason Sellars has taken
on an even larger role in the
event inmrecapt years is because
of her frienoi BJ. Warwick, a
cancer survivor: who--has-been
instrumental in making the
Bradford County Relay for Life
a success.
"To see her strength and her
energy to fight to find a cure
makes me want to work that
much harder to find 'a cure for
cancer," Sellars said. "If all of
us were. half as energized as
BJ., I feel like we could find a
cure a lot faster.'"
Just as Warwick has served as
an inspiration for Sellars to do
all she-can do to raise money for
the American. Cancer Society,
Sellars said so many others have
influenced her to be the person
she is today. She came to Brad-
,ford County not knowing any-
one, but now has "'so many
friends she considers herself
"rhe-t Ystessed --* ==
Friends like Hatcher have
been blessed as well.
"I've been blessed, and my
life is better-because ofLila Sel-
lars," Hatcher wrote in his
nomination letter. "Lila is so
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Dates to remember as Bradford County Fair nears


The 60"h annual Bradford a.m.-noon.
County Fair will open in ap-
proximately three weeks (Fri- Home
day-Sunday, March 19-28). Entries
With that in mind, here are some Wednesday
.dates to keep in mind: p.m. Jud
March 18,S
Agricultural Products and Exhibits
Horticulture Division before 9 p
All plants should be submitted 27. Exhibi
on Wednesday, March 17, be- moved on
tween 10 a.m. and 5 p.m., and 4p.m..
Thursday, March'18, between 8
a.m. and noon in Building 2. Arts ar
Judging is Friday, March 19, 1-4 Entries
p.m. Wednesday
If you choose to maintain a.m.-5:30
: your own plants, you must com- Thursday,
plete work and leave two hours noon.
before the gates open to the gen- Exhibits
eral public. Otherwise, partici- Saturday, N
pants in the Master Gardener and Sunday
program and volunteers will Youth
care for the plants. Kids Exhib
The receipt stub (bottom half The sho,
6f registration form) must be 20, at 7 p.m
presented at the time of exhibit that same d
removal. Exhibits may be re- 2 p.m. All
moved Sunday, March 28, 1-3 moved one
p.m., and Monday, March 29, 10 Record b


Katelyn Sims to available.
Tickets
be part of CFF will be hel
SFas io C e in Jacksor
Fashion Cure mailed. A
Katelyn Sims will be model- their names
:.ing with local celebrities and tion list.
serve as guest speaker during the
C,..Cystic Fibrosis Foundation's For mor
Fashion Cure on Saturday, Dana Troeo
_March 6, in Jacksonville from 7 or
p.m. until 11 p.m. http://nfl.cff
Sims, a Bradford High School Those in'
'^graduate, is a spokesperson for
'-the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
-She will. model at the event
along with such people as
7^Channel 4 anchor Mary Baer, R
~Channel 4 meteorologist Rich-
-; ard Nunn, former Jaguars kicker O
Mike Hollis and his wife, Debra,
professional golfer Josh T
Z.McCumber and professional C
model Erma Cabano.
1"4 The event will feature a ca-
sino, beer, wine, food and live
and silent auctions, and compli- |
meritary valet parking.
Cost is $100 per person with
various sponsorship levels also


Division
will be accepted.
y, March 17, 9 a.m.-7
ging is Thursday,
9:30 a.m.-noon.
may not be removed
.m. Saturday, March
ts may also be re-
Sunday, March 28, 2-

id Crafts
will be accepted
y, March 17; 8:30
p.m. Judging is
March 18, 9:30 a.m.-

may be removed
March 27, 9-11 p.m.,
y, March 28,2-4 p.m.
Goat Show and Little
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v is Saturday, March
i. Goats should arrive
ay between noon and
I goats must be re-
hour after the show.
books are required to


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d at 1049 Kings Ave.
nville, will not be
ttendees will have
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be turned in to the Bradford
County Extension Office by
Tuesday, March 2, at 5 p.m.
Poultry and Rabbits
Entries will. be taken Satur-
day, March 20, 9-11 a.m. Poul-
try judging is Monday, March
22, at 10 a.m. Rabbit judging is
March 22 as well, but at 6 p.m.
Awards will be presented Satur-
day, March 27, at 9:30 p.m.
Entries may be picked up at 9
p.m. on March 27.
4-H Horse Show
The show is scheduled for
Saturday, March 20, at 9 a.m.
Gates open at 7 a.m., with regis-
tration at 7:30-8:30 a.m.
Entries-close Monday, March
1. Entry forms must be approved
and signed by a parent and the
applicant's 4-H leader. The reg-
istration fee is $35. Entries must
be received at the Bradford
County Extension Office by
Thursday, March 11.

Swine Show and Sale
Final, weigh-in is Monday,
March 22, at a time to be deter-


should respond by Friday, Feb.
26.

BHS class of '75
planning a July
reunion-
The Bradford High School
class of 1975 will hold
their 35th reunion on Saturday,
July 24, at the Starke Golf and


mined. The show is Tuesday,
March 23, at 6:30 p.m. The sale
is Friday, March 26, at 6:30
.p.m., following a buyers dinner
at 5 p.m. and an awards program
at 6 p.m.
Agricultural Division Cattle
4-H and FFA Youth Show
Animals are to be in the show
arena Monday, March 22, be-
tween 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. No
animal is to leave the barn be-
fore Sunday, March 28. Esti-
mated check-out time is 8 a.m.
Bradford-Union Cattle-
men's Association 4-H and FFA
' Steer Show
Weight-gain contest starts
Tuesday, March 16, at 7 a.m.
The last weigh-in for the contest
is Monday, March 22.
The steer show is Wednesday,
March 24, at 6 p.m. The show-
manship contest is Thursday,
March 25, at a time to be an-
nounced. The fitting and groom-
ing contest is Friday, March 26.
No animal is to leave the barn
before Sunday, March 28. Esti-
mated check-out time is 8 a.m.


Country Club.
A planning meeting will be
held at 11:30 a.m. Saturday,
Feb. 27, at Western Steer Family
Steakhouse in Starke. All class
members are invited to attend.
If you cannot attend the plan-
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formation on.the reunion, please
update contact information by
calling Donna Pauley Solze at
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Record books must be submit-
ted to the Bradford or Union
County extension offices by
Tuesday, March 2.They must be
signed and approved by an ex-
tension agent or ag teacher.
Record books must be turned
in to either extension office By 5
p.m:on Friday, March 5.
Animals must be consigned
via signed statement.to the sale
no later than the last weigh-in on
Monday, March 22.
The show is Thursday, March
25, at 6:30 p.m. The awards
show is Saturday, March 27, at 4
p.m., with the,sale to follow.
No animal is to leave the barn
before Sunday,: March 28. Esti-
mated check-out time is 8 a.m.
4-H Division Bradford
County Extension Office
Registration deadline is Mon-
day, March 1. All entries must,
remain until Saturday, March


27, at 8 p.m. There will be no
Sunday pick-ups.
4-H/FFA Youth Livestock
Judging Contest
Registration deadline is Fri-
day, March 19. The contest is
Friday, March 26, at 9 a.m.,
following check-in at 8:30 a.m.
4-H Youth Strawberry Pie-
Baking Contest
Pre-entry forms, which are
available at the Bradford County
Extension Office, must be
turned in by Thursday, March
18, at the extension office.
Pies will be checked in Satur-
day, March 27, in Building I
from 11:30 a.m. until noon. The
contest is 12:15 p.m.
No pies will be returned.
_ 4-H Fashions at the Fair
Registration forms with
scripts must be submitted to the
Bradford County Extension Of-
fice by Thursday, March 18.
The show is Saturday, March
27, at 1:45 p.m. on the fair's
center stage. Models must be
dressed and in line by 1:30 p.m.


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neighborhood on and around
197"h Street. Thank you Heilbron
Springs Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment, who cut and removed
trees so that we could get to our
homes.
Also, a special thanks to Flor-
ida Power and Light for repair-
ing the downed poles and wires
and for getting our power back
on: so 'quickly. With all the dam-
age in our neighborhood that
Thursday, I called the sheriff's
office to ask for someone to
patrol our area since some of us
could not stay at home. Thank
ydu, sheriff's office, for provid-
ing that help. Thank you to all


who helped us.
The neighborhood of 1974
Street and Linda Alday
Starke

Owner of cats is
outraged
Dear Editor:
My next door neighbor is a
serial cat-killer. On the Jan. 22, I
witnessed an arrow centering.
my black kitten and knocking
her from the top of my privacy,
fence. She ran into the woods
with the arrow still centered
through the very top of her
shoulders. She did return home
the.next evening, but I was un-
able to catch her until morning,
at which time I rushed her to the'
emergency vet in Gainesville.
Euthanasia was advised, to
which I consented.
This is the third dead cat that I
have retrieved and reported to
the local police. Five other cats
have disappeared, but I have


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never found their bodies. They
were all strays that I had spayed,
neutered, and immunized, at
considerable cost to me. They
proved to be invaluable pets,
ridding my property of rats,
mice and snakes.
I am so very outraged by this
senseless act of wickedness. At
a time when so very many of our
young people are giving their
lives to ensure our rights, and
our freedom, along with our
right to bear arms, it makes this
crime so much more heinous,
and an absolute abuse of privi-
lege.
The person responsible' for
this monstrous act is jin his mid
to late 20s, and I can only say to
him, "Shame on you for this
premeditated act of cruelty, and
shame on your family for ena-
bling you to carry out such
atrocities." Local officials have
not yet been capable of stopping
you, but know this. You will
eventually have to answer to the
very highest Authority.
Gloria Padgett Kohut
Lawtey


Thank you,
Union County
Fire Department
Dear Editor.
I would like to extend a per-
sonal thank you to the Union
County Fire Department for
their quick and efficient job in
responding to a stove vent fire at
my home on Feb. 10. Because of
their quick response, members
of the fire department were able
to put the fire out quickly before
it spread and caused more dam-
age. We have mrnuch to be thank-
ful for, and oftentimes, we don't
stop and think about how good
the people are here in Union
County. "


Sincerely,
Hardy Clyatt and family


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i.$1000 $1.000 $1., ':200

This display in the customer service center shows donations made by Wal-Mart.


JACKSON
Continued from Page 2B
worked at the Starke Wal-Mart
had to split themselves between
the. jwo- stores to keep the exist-
ing store operational and to
ready the new store for its open-
ing.
Jackson estimated it was a
nine-week process to ready the
new store once construction of
the building was complete.
"Up until a minute before we
opened the doors, 'we were still
trying to get things put in place
and making sure we were doing
the right things for the custom-
ers," Jackson said.
It may have taken a lot of
work and involved a last-second
scramble to prepare for opening,
but it is a fond memory of Jack-
son's.
"It was an exciting time in my
career to be a part of that trans-
formation from the hometown
store to this (current) store," he
said.
Jackson used the term "home-
town" in reference to the smaller
store's size compared to the
Supercenter, but in reality, he
would tell you the Supercenter is
a "hometown" store as well.
Jackson cited tremendous show
of support during the store's
groundbreaking and grand-
opening ceremonies and said the
community is the reason his
store is not affected as drasti-"
cally as other businesses in this
struggling economy..
"Out of all the stores I've
worked at, the community sup-


port for this store has always
been overwhelming to me,"
Jackson said. "Even when we
may not always do things right,
the support this community has
for the store has been great."
In turn, the Starke Wal-Mart
has done its part to support the
community. During the grand-,
opening ceremony, for example,
Jackson presented checks to
support Peaceful Paths, the Arc
of Bradford County, Altrusa of
Starke, Communities in Schools
of Bradford ,County and the
Bradford County Faith Commu-
nity.
Jackson said his store gave
back approximately $30,000 to
the community in 2009 in the
form of grants. In the customer
service area of the store, you can
see a posting of some of the
donations the store has made,
such as $1,000 to Bradford High
School and $1,000 to the overall
Bradford County school district.
The store also cooperates with
the Starke Police Department in
the Shop with a Cop program.
Giving back to-the community
is a corporate-wide policy, Jack-
son said. In Florida last year, for
example, Wal-Mart contributed
more than $14 million.
"When you're talking about
the economy and the role it
plays, that's one thing Wal-Mart
hasn't stopped doing-giving
back," Jackson said.
Jackson, who lives in Middle-
burg with his wife, Estrella, and
their children Andrew, J.R. and
Marisella, has made a career out
of Wal-Mart, but he still has a
love of NASCAR. He goes to


races whenever he can get time
off and has, gone to the Char--
lotte. N.C., and Talladega,.Ala.,iU
tracks as well as to Daytona.
No particular race or event!
that occurred during a race"
sticks out in his mind, though.
"I just enjoy going to them,"Il
said Jackson, who grew up a
Mark Martin fan.
The goal for Martin or any.
other NASCAR driver is to grab.!
the checkered flag, but the".
driver who does cross the line
first is not finished. He will'
eventually buckle up for another'
race at another time.
The same could be said of
,Jackson and the associates at the':
Starke Wal-Mart. A new year'
may have just begun, but Jack-'
son said the store is shooting fori
the same goal it did in 2009,
which happens to'be the same'
goal in each of the previous
years and will be the goal inA
each of the ensuing years.
"I think it just comes down to0
one goal of taking care of the'
customer," Jackson said. "From-
the time they enter to the time?
they leave, we're taking care of,-
their needs." 2
Just- like any successful
NASCAR driver gives credit to,
his pit crew, Jackson does like-',
wise to the staff of associates he-A
works with. That staff includes..
approximately 15 employees,'
who have worked at least 20A
years at the Wal-Mart in Starke. ;
"It's very easy to run this.
store with this group of associ--
ates we have in this store," Jack-
son said. "They make my job a'
lot easier."


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Thursday, February 25, 2010 Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section 5B


Bradford's
Boyette wins 1
of 2at state
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Bradford wrestler. Shawn
Boyette did not earn a medal,
but coach Joe Van Vactor had
no complaints as he was nothing
but proud of the senior's per-
formance at the Florida High
School Athletic Association'.
Finals, which were held this past
weekend in Lakeland.
Boyette went 1-2, placing in
the top eight of 16 wrestlers in.
the 171 I-pound class.
"He wrestled better than he
ever did the whole year," Van
'Vactor said. "He stepped 'up to
the occasion."
Boyette (30-7) lost his first
match to Derek Crow of South
Fort Myers. Crow, who defeated
Boyette 4-2, went on to place
third.
A second straight loss
would've put Boyette out of the
tournament, but he stayed alive
by pinning Scott Fricker of Ben-
jamin in 2:39.
"I think he was up by three
when he stuck him," Van Vactor
said.
Boyette then faced Vince,
Lombardo of Tampa Jesuit, los-
ing 10-7. Van Vactor said
Boyette had a good chance of
beating Lombardo if one move
hadn't worked against him.
Lombardo would go on to
place fifth.


Tornadoes can't dig out of


hole in quarterfinal loss


Bradford's Marcus Ardley (foreground) works under-
neath the basket in the regional loss.


*


Yakeem Griner (right) drives to the basket.


Lonnie Gosha


Gosha leads list
of 5 all-state
honorees
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
SRegional News/Sports Editor
Union County High School's
Lonnie G'osha was the only first-
team selection from Union,
Bradford or Keystone Heights
When the 2009 Class 2B all-state
football team was released.
SGosha, a junior defensive
linemat, recorded 65 tackles and
(3 sacks this past season.
Senior quarterback Chris Al-
exander, a teammate of Gosha's
received honorable mention.
' Keystone had two players re-
ceive honorable mention in sen-.
ibr defensive lineman Kyle Wil-
liams and junior wide receiver
Ryan Latner.
Bradford senior defensive
lineman Jarrod Jackson also
received honorable mention.
' In all, District 2, of which
Bradford and Union are mem-
bers, had 12 players honored.
Florida High and Taylor County
each had one first-team selection'
4nd two second-team selections,
while Fort White had one first-
team'pick. Fort White also had
two receive honorable mention,
while East Gadsden had one
receive honorable mention.
Keystone's district-District
4-produced seven first-team
Selections, five of which were
from Trinity Catholic. Williston
had the other two.
Trinity also had three secon4-
team picks and four who re-
ceived honorable mention.
Williston had two second-team
picks and one who received
honorable mention.
District 4 thembers Mount
Dora and Newberry each pro-
duced one second-team player,
while Newberry also had two
receive honorable mention.


When you put down the
good things you ought to
have done, and leave out
the bad ones you did do -
well, that's Memoirs.
WILL ROGERS-
1879-1935, American
Humorist, Actor


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Turnovers and poor free-
throw shooting. in the first half
proved costly against a hot-
shooting Fernandina Beach team-
that made six 3-pointers in the
"first half as the Bradford boys'
basketball ,team lost 90-78 in a
Class 3A regional quarterfinal
game on Feb. 18 in Starke.
Bradford head coach Traavis
Chandler said he felt the game
was a perfect example of experi-
ence versus inexperience. The
Tornadoes' starting lineup con-
sisted of just two players who
were significant contributors last
season, while the team had only
two seniors. Fernandina's start-
ing lineup boasts four seniors.
"They're smart players,"
Chandler said of the Pirates,
who played Ribault in a regional
semifinal game this past Tues-
day. "They've got senior leader-
ship."
That leadership paid off in the
first half.,Too many times Brad-
ford players had their backs
turned to senior guard Zack
Rocheleau, who made five 3-
pointers in the first half.
"(The,' Pirates) were. smart
enough :to look for him," Chan-
dler said. "We weren't quite
smart enough to stay with him."
Those 3-pointers. helped the
Pirates" (25-3), Who led 20-7
after thie first quarter, take a 12-
point lead into the half, but
Bradford did 'not help itself with
turnovers or, free-throw shoot-
ing-the two areas Chandler
told his players before the game
were critical. BraUford had nine


turnovers in the first half, while run. -
shooting just 33 percent from Fernandina closed the half-;
the foul line. The' Tornadoes with four straight points, include !?
missed the front end of three ing Carlos Holcey's layup at the;.,
one-and-one opportunities in the. buzzer following a turnover. -
'second quarter as they fought to, The Pirates seemed to have ad
cut into. the, Pirates' lead, answer every time Bradford
Bradford (2gr8) stepped utp,its". gained some *momentum. The;
performance at the foul line.'in Tornadoes opened the- 'third
the second half, making 18-of- quarter with four straight points:
22. attempts, but could never off of a Griner layup 'and two:
quite get over the hump after free throws by Ardley. Fer-
cutting Fernandina's lead to nandina then scored five straight
single digits on several occa- points to go up by 13.
sions. : A 3-pointer by Williams;
"We weren't able to get close on the heels of a reboimnd,
stops," Chandler said. "That was score by Griner, made it a 12-:
key. I thought we weren't play- point game, but the Pirategs
ing great help defense.. We reeled off four straight points,,
couldn't get over and take a which included a steal and layup,
charge'or stop penetration. That by Rocheleau.
- hurt us big time." The quarter, ended when Hol-
Rocheleau's third 3-poiniter of cey threw up a halfcourt shot.
the game opened the second that dropped through the net for.
quarter, giving the Pirates a 23-7 a 3-pointer and a 13-point Fer'.
lead. Bradford scored seven of nandina lead. Holcey, though-'
the next eight points. Donelle was hit with a technical foul.:
Williams made a trey of his after the shot went through, giv-'
own, which was followed by a ing the Tornadoes two free.
layup by Deantre Burch. Burch throws to start the fourth quar--
later added two free throws, but ter. Williams sank both.
before he. did, Bradford missed
the front end of two one-and-one Griner, who scored 14 of his.,
attempts. ,team-high 20 points in the sec.'A
Two more 3-pointers by ond half, scored off of an offen-
Rocheleau,!who led all scorers sive rebound and drew a fout.
with, 24: .,points, helped Fer- He made the free throw, making'
nandina keep a dpuble-digit it a 66-58 game in the early
lead, but Covington was instru- stages of the fourth. Fernandina,
mental in cutting the lead to though, scored five straight
eight.,He scored off of an assist points-*all at the foul line-to
from Marcus Ardley, which was "g6 up by 12.
then followed by a layup by Covington, who finished wii
Terrance Davis. Covington 18 points, cut the lead to nine,
forced a turnover and later made '
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6 Telegraph, rimes 6& Monitor B Section Thursday, February 25, 2010


SocialAnnouncements


Mr. and Mrs. Rucker
Truckers celebrate 50th anniversary
Ruckers celebrate 50th anniversary


- Seabie and Letha Rucker were.
surprised with a 50't wedding
anniversary reception on Satur-
day, Feb. 13, 2010. The Ruckers
were married on July 31, 1959,
at First Baptist Church of Lake
Butler. The Ruckers have one
daughter, Paula (Wayne) Kiger
of Tallahassee. They also have
two grandchildren.
1TNieanniversary reception was


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OSS
continuedd from Page 5B
making two free throws and then
coring on a layup with 6:22 to
lay. As was the case through-
ut the game, the brief 4-0 spurt
y Bradford was answered by
ne of the Pirates' own. They
cored. five straight points to go
ip 75-62. "
Ardley scored off. of two fe-
>ound, cutbacks, which were
mdwiched around a Fernandina
ee throw, to pull the Tornadoes
within 82-73. He then went to.
he foul line with 1:29 to play,
making both free throws to
nake it a seven-point game.
'hat was as close as Bradford
vould get.
Ardley's six-point fourth


planned by Letha's sister and
nieces to also celebrate her
birthday. A wedding anniversary
was not observed in 2009 due to
Mr. Rucker being -incapacitated
by injuries he received in-Korea.
Mr. Rucker retired from the U.S.
Navy and also from the State of
Florida. Mrs. Rucker, the.former
Letha Edenfield of Lake Butler,
is a retired secretarial worker.


Starke Kiwanis
fishing tourney
set for Feb. 27
The Kiwanis Club of Starke
will host a Casting for Kids fish-
ing tournament Saturday, Feb.
27, with a' $1,000 prize for the
first-place team.
The tournament is scheduled
from safe light until 3 p.m. Par-
ticipants meet at the Santa Fe
Lake boat ramp on C.R. 21-B.
Cost per team (boat) is $75,
with another $10 going toward
the big fish prize, which is $400.
There is a five-fish limit.
Prize drawings will be held at
weigh-in.
For more information, please
call Kiwanis Club of Starke
President Jeff Johnson at 352-
494-3324 or 904-964-5400. You
may also call Cris Kadlec at
904-364-6688.

Education foun-
dation presents
annual spelling
bee Feb. 27
The Bradford County Educa-
tion Foundation's annual fund-
raising spelling bee will take
place Saturday, Feb. 27, at the
Charley E. Johns Conference
Center.
The event, which will consist
of 10 teams composed of some
well-known adults in the com-
mnunity, begins with dinner'at 6
p.m., followed by the bee at 7
p.m. -
Tickets are $20 for adults and
$10 for children 12 and under.
Tickets may be purchased at
the Bradford County. School
Board offices from Lila Sellars
and Julee Tinsler or from Cherly
Canova at the Santa Fe College
Andrews Center.
For more, information, call
904-964-5382 and ask for
Cheryl. .

Career center of-
fers letters from


Easter Bunny
Would your children like to
Receive letters from the Easter
Bunny? The adult business class
at the BradfdrUnion Aoeai'Ca-,
re( Technical Center is1 n !king!
es the ball on the perime- at a reat this G "lter y of-
fering such letters at a cost of
$1.25, with funds benefiting the
business department.
quarter gave him 12 points for Letters, which will include a
the game, while Williams fin- "bunny print" signature, will be
wished with 11. printed oh 'Easter-themed sta-
Chandler said the game was a tionery and mailed in an enve-
learning experience for his team, .lope with a bunny on it.
which he expects to improve The deadline to order a letter
next season. for your child is Thursday,
"I think next year we're really March 25.
going to be a great team," he For more' information, please
said. call 904-964-6836.


Score by Quarter
FBHS: 20 22 24 24-90
BHS: 7 23 23 25-78

Bradford scoring (78): Ardley
12, Burch. 4,- Darius Corbitt 4,
Covington 18, Davis 6, Griner
20, Tramaine Harris 2, Justin
McBride 1, Williams 1.1. 3-
pointers: Covington 2, Williams
3. Free throws: 21-31.


.'.' A good book is the best of friends, the same
Today andfor ever.
Martin Tupper' .
1810-1889, British Author, Poet, Inventor



New Beginnings

Lighthouse of Prayer, Inc.
102 East Brownlee St. (Hwy 16) Starke, FL
Host Pastor Sylvia Jefferson
invites you to:
'Home Town Girls Coming Together 2010"
Our theme: Position for the Promises of God
March 3 March 7
Wednesday Friday 7:30 pm
'Saturday at 10 am Workshop (topic Leadership)
And Sunday at 10 am

E. Speakers:
Wednesday Prophetess Shevon (Cooper) McNeal
.Thusday Prophetess Ferlessia (Cooper) Hunt
Friday Apostle Freddie Mae (Hall) Grant
Saturday Pastor Juanita (Honey bun) Clay
:'Come out and see what the Lord is saying through
these Women of God"

^. Please call Minister Jackson for information at
904-415-2562


Umpire clinic of-
fered Saturday
in Starke
The Starke Recreation De-
partment will host an umpire
certification clinic Saturday,
Feb. 27, at its Thomas Street
facility.
Clinic times are 9 a.m.-noon
for baseball and 11:15 a.m.-2
p.m. for girls' fastpitch softball.
Fieldwork for both is 11:15
a.m.-noon. r
Fees, which must be paid at
the time of the clinic, are $45 for
one-sport certification or $60 to
be certified in both sports.
For more information, call the


recreation department at 904-
964-6792.
- Please call the department if
you are already certified and
would like to umpire during the
upcoming season.

Old Keystone
School class-
mates plan reun-
ion for March 13
Former classmates of the first,
three-room Keystone School are
planning a reunion Saturday,
March 13, at the lake property of
Arthur Dodd on S:R. 100 in
Keystone. The event begins at 4
p.m., with a meal being served
at 6 p.m.
This is the fourth get-together
of this group of "old-timers." If
you attended the old Keystone
School in the mid 1950s, you are
cordially invited to join them.
For more information and/or
to make reservations, please call
Milton Starnes at 352-475-3046
or Glenda Whitesides Adams at
863-291-8674.

Concerned Citi-
zens basketball
league signing
up youth, adults
Registration is under way for
the spring youth and adult bas-
ketball league sponsored by
Concerned Citizens of Bradford
County Inc.
League dates are Mondays
and Thursdays, starting at '5:30
p.m., during March 22-May 15.
Registration forms are avail-
able at the city of Starke recrea-
tion department, Tammy's
Flower Shop and The Boutique.
For more information, please


call Alica McMillian at 904-
966-1100 or Lamar Hamilton at
904-626-9433.

Starke Rotary
Beast Feast is
March 13
The Rotary Club of Starke
will host its annual Beast Feast
Saturday, March 13, at the Gov.
Charley E. Johns Conference
Center in Starke.
'A social hour will begin at 6
p.m., followed by dinner at 7
p.m. Entertainment will begin at
8 p.m.
Tickets are $50 each. A table
of 10 costs $450.
All proceeds from the auction
and the feast will benefit Rotary
programs locally and interna-
tionally.
Tickets may be purchased
from any Starke Rotary Club


member or at either Capital City-,
Bank in Starke or the Bradford
County Telegraph. You may;
also call Kevin Miller at 904-'-
364-6011.


Dear family and friends,
It is with deep gratitude
that I offer my heartfelt
thanks for the love shown
to me during my
convalescence.
Your prayers, visits, food,
flowers, cards and phone
calls are all appreciated
and I feel so blessed to
have such special people
in my life.
God is good-all the time
and I praise His name.
Sincerely and with love,
Betty Sapp


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"A Doctor's Confession to the Public..."
Dear friend,
.Let me tell you a story...
Twenty years ago I was a young man in my mid 20's and life is good, but I woke up one morning
cnd couldn't get out of bed. I had back pain before but this was different. My low back was "locked up"
and pain is shooting down my spine if I try to move. Even though I'm in a lot of pain I make it to my
family doctor's office and am prescribed pain pills and muscle relaxers and told to "Take it easy for a
while". That didn't help much. Finally, a friend of mine convinced me to give a chiropractor a try. The
chiropractor did an exam, took some films, and then "adjusted" my spine. The adjustment didn't hurt, it
actually felt good. I got relief, and I was happy again. It worked so well that I went to. Chiropractic
College myself. -
It's strange how life is, because now people come to see me with their back and neck problems. Also
they come to me with 'ieir 'r.- -'-..':s, migraines, chronic pain, sciatica, shoulder/arm pain, carpal tunnel
syndrome, whiplash from car accidents, numbness in limbs, athletic injuries, just to name a few.
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The following person is being
sought by the Bradford County
Sheriff's Office in relation
to the following charges. Any-
one with information about
the whereabouts of this person
should call 904-966-6380.
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Ralph Ramdhan, 45
He is 5'8", 215 pounds, with
brown eyes and black hair. His
last known address was 26731
U.S. 301 North in Lawtey.
He has an active warrant for
aggravated battery with a dead-
ly weapon. If he is arrested, he
will be held on no bond.

Recent arrests'
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay.
(Keystone Heights area)
counties:
Brian Duane McClellan, 27,
of Hampton was arrested Feb.
10 by Bradford County
Sheriffs Office (BCSO)
deputies for driving while
license, is suspended or
revoked. He was being held on


Phillip Merrill Jones, 19, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 16 by
SPD officers for possession of
less than 20 grams of
marijuana and violation of
probation for an original
felony charge.
Vanessa Lynn Jones, 32, of
Earleton was arrested Feb. 16
by BCSO officers on warrants
for three counts of failure to
appear in court for original
felony charges. She was being
held on no bond and remained
in jail as of press time.
Lafretta Hogg Kirkland, 30,
of Lawtey was arrested Feb. 16
by BCSO deputies for
violation of probation for an
original felony charge. She
was being held on no bond and
remained in jail as of press
time.
Amber N. Lawson, 20, of
Starke was arrested'Feb. 16 by
SPD officers for retail theft.
Bond was set at $1,000.and
she was released from jail Feb.
17.
Leslie Michelle Parrish, 27,
of Starke was booked into the
Bradford County Jail on Feb.
18 on an out-of-county
warrant. She was released Feb.
19.
Priscilla Jean Smith, 58, of
Panoma Park ws arrested Feb.
16 by SPD officers for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked. She was released on
Feb. 16.
William E. Thigpen, 56, of
Macclenny was booked into
the Bradford County Jail on
Feb. 17 on an' out-of-county
warrant. Bond was set at $750
and he was released on Feb.
19.
Shane A. Wheeler, 40, of
Ocoee was booked into the
Bradford County Jail on Feb.
16 for failure to appear in court
for an original felony charge.
Bond was set at $5,000 and he
remained iq jail as of press
time.


no bond and remained in jail as Allen Lee Williams, 28, of
of press time. Lawtey was booked into the
Garrett David Barber, 29, of Bradford County Jail on Feb.
Starke % as arresied-- 16 by-. ,.21..for...tespasing,,, in n.,
Starke Po-l ice n4 as


(SPD) officers for possession'
of less than 20 grams of
marijuana. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released on
bond Feb. 17.
Mary Jean- Boyd, 33, of
Jake Butler was booked into
the Bradford County Jail on
Feb. 22 on two warrants, one
'from Union County and one
from Alachua County, both for
violation of probation. She
remained in jail as of press"
time.
Alphonso Junior Covington,
49, of Starke was arrested Feb.
17 by SPD officers for
violation of probation' for an
original misdemeanor charge.
He was released from jail Feb.
17.
: Xavier Lamar Cummings,
32, of Starke was arrested Feb.
21 by BCSO deputies for
failure to appear in court for an
original misdemeanor charge.
Bond was set at $4,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Kevin James Eaves, 30, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 16 by
BCSO deputies for burglary of
an unoccupied structure or
conveyance and larceny. Total
bond was set at $15,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Judith Diana Gaskins, 27, of
:Lake Butler was arrested Feb.
19 by Union County Sheriffs
Office (UCSO) Deputy John
Gootee on an Alachua County
warrant for violation of
probation. She was booked
into the Bradford County Jail.
:Bond was set at $641.47 and
she was released on bond Feb.
19.
Joshua Christopher Demps,
20, of Starke was arrested Feb.
18 by SPD officers for battery,
two counts of battery on a law
enforcement officer and one
count of resisting an officer
with violence. Demps was
involved in a physical
altercation when an officer
attempted to pull him off the
victim. Demps allegedly
fought that officer and also
struck another officer during
the incident. Total bond was
set at $17,000 and he remained
in jail as of press time.


set at $1,000 and he was
released on bond Feb. 21,.
Anthony Palerino, 39, of


Melrose was arrested Feb. 17
by Clay County Sheriff's
Office (CCSO) deputies on a
warrant for writ of bodily
attachment.
Mary Roberts Galan, 30, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Feb. 21 by CCSO deputies for
petit retail theft.
Joseph Anthony Scutella,
59, of Alachua was arrested
Feb. 20 by UCSO Deputy
Charles Townsend for
disorderly intoxication.
Townsend found a car in the
ditch and Scutella nearby.
Scutella allegedly admitted to
having driven the car after
drinking.
Cecil David Seay, 39, of
Lake Butler was arrested Feb.
12 by UCSO Deputy
Townsend for assault and
disorderly intoxication. Seay
allegedly made repeated
threatening phone calls to the
victim and created a
disturbance inside the victim's
work place. He allegedly
threatened to' do harm to the
victim when she got off from
work.
Andrew William Webb, 26,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Feb. 16 by UCSO Capt. H.M.
Tomlinson after he turned
himself in at the Union County
Jail. Webb had a warrant for
violation of probation for an
original felony charge. He was
released on his own
recognizance.
Luis Alfrado Chavarria, 23,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Feb. 16 by UCSO Deputy
Leslie Crews on a Union
County warrant for violation of
probation for an original
felony charge. Bond was set at
$2,500.
Kenneth Charles Clyatt, 47,
of Providence was arrested
Feb. 17 by UCSO Deputy
David Shane for disorderly
intoxication. Clyatt allegedly
used profanity toward, the
manager of a bar and then
refused repeated instructions
by the manager and by Deputy
Shane to leave the bar.
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the community had a say in th
ultimate hire of Pruitt.
A 12-mrember committee wa
put together to review applica
tions and interview candidates
Fauilk, Nelson and fellow admin-
istrator Barry Sams were part of
the committee, but the remain
ing members came from the
community: Bret Dukes, Bruce
Dukes, Benny Hudson, Pau
Lewis, Patrick Maxwell, Phillip
Pritchett, Avery Roberts, Char
les Warren and Billy Wooding
ton.
Faulk said he was appreciative
that those people- took the time
to be involved in the process
Not only' did they review mor
than 100 applicants, narrowing
the field to 12, but they spent an
'entire day interviewing appli'
cants.
Nelson said it was important
to get the community involved
since the school serves the
community.
"We can't express how much
what we do is truly for the
community," he said.
Pruitt, who has a 25-20 career
record, is coming off of a season
in Which he guided Hawthorne
to a 12-1 record, a district
championship and the school's
first-ever regional champion
ship. The Hornets won twc
playoff games before losing t(
eventual state runner-up Warner
Christian 46-20.
It was a gratifying season fo
him, the program and the
Hawthorne community, Pruit
said, after back-to-back 4-6 sea
sons in which the team. was
composed of only 18 players..
The Hornets' success last sea
sons was certainly a -sellinj
point for Pruitt, Nelson said
However, what Nelson thinks
the Tigers have is 'not only a
coach who can win games, but a
coach who knows the impor
tance of stressing academics to
his players and teaching them
life lessons.
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He has a heart for kids," Nelson ward to'getting to know his new
said. players, as well as those who
Pruitt's first head coaching could be players. He said one of'
job was at University Christian his priorities will be to get more;
in Jacksonville following three kids to come out for football,
e years of experience as a coordi- saying there's strength in nuni-
nator-offensive and defen- bers.
s sive-at University Christian "I want them to want to come:
- and Paxon. He led the team to a out," he said.
5. 5-7 record and a first-round re- ;Pruitt also wants to focus on
- gional playoff win before being the middle school and junior.
f fired after one season., varsity programs, knowing that
- In a Nov. 30, 2006, Florida success at those levels can lead
e Times-Union story, University to success at the varsity level,
e Christian's superintendent aid "I think it's important to get
I the decision had nothing to do the kids as young as you.can get
p with football-related matters. them," Pruitt said.
- Pruitt was quoted in the same Pruitt describes himself as an
- story as saying, "I can't say I'm even-keeled coach who takes the:
shocked by, it. I may not be job seriously, but not so seri-
e crazy about the way it was han- ously that it's not fun for the.
e died, but there's no bitterness. I players.. Though laid back, he
had planned to resign at the end said he does. get excited. An
e of the academic year anyway." example of that is how he now
g Pruitt admitted he didn't walk feels as the Tigers' new head
n into the best of situations at coach. He's already looking.
- University Christian. forward to spring practices and'
He was not out.of work, long. conditioning work during the,
t. as he was hired by Hawthorne in .summer.
d 2007. It was a job he said he put "I'm going to be excited. I
e his heart into, which made just can't wait," Pruitt said.
breaking the news of his leaving He's not the only one who
to his players so difficult.of:h: feels that way.
e "That was probably one of the :
hardest days I've had in a long "We are very excited he's go-
r time," Pruitt said. : ing to. be our next football
n Now, Pruitt .is looking for- coach," Nelson said.





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I Obituaries


,Toni Bowden
NEVADA-Toni Denise
Bowden, 55, of Las Vegas, Nev.,
died Saturday, Jan. 30, 2010.
She was born in Grundy, Va. on
Oct. 27, 1954, and attended high
school in -Bradford County. She
was a healthcare provider.
She is survived by:. a son,
Micah Bowden of Nevada: and a
daughter, Laci Crews of
Jacksonville. Palm Mortuary of
Nevada is in charge of
arrangements.

Maurice Brown
LAKE BUTLER-Mr.' St.
Maurice Brown Jr., 69, of Lake
: .Butler, died Sunday at his
residence after an extended illness.
Mr. Brown was born in Lake
City to the late St. Maurice Sr. and
Avis McDavid Brown, and was a
lifelong resident of Lake Butler.
He owned and operated his own
real estate business. He graduated
from Union County High School
in Lake Butler in 1959, and was a
member of Harmony Free Will
Baptist Church near Worthington
Springs.
He is survived by: his wife of
49 years, Venera Williams Brown
of Lake Butler; sons, St. Maurice
(Patti) Brown III and Darren
Brown, all of Lake Butler; a sister,
Carol (Lamar) Malphurs of
:'Alachua; five grandchildren and
seven great-grandchildren.
2 Funeral services were held Feb.
24 at Harmony Free Will Baptist
IChurch. Archer Funeral Home of
"Lake Butler is in charge of
arrangements.

Jerry Campbell
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Jerry
SVann Campbell, 56, of Keystone
SHeights, died at his residence on
Friday, Feb. 19, 2010.
Mr. Campbell was a native of
Jacksonville, and retired from the
S United States Air Force in 1991
.:after 20 years of service to his
country. N
He is survived by: daughters,
,;Mary Hilliard of Georgia, and
S.Susan Campbell of Miami; a son,
Robert Wesley Campbell of
Miami; sisters, Colleen Clevenger
.'of Fayetteville, Tenn.; Evelyn
."Patsy" McQuaig and Johnnie
Todd, both of Jacksonville, Sandra
-'Biggers of Louisburg, N.C., and
.ean Nichols of Jacksonville; and
one grandson.


A memorial service was held on
Feb. 23 with full military honors.
Moring Funeral Home of Melrose
is in charge of arrangements.

Christopher
Clement
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Christopher Calvin Clement, 60,
of Keystone Heights, died
suddenly at Shands UF on
Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2010.
Mr. Clement was born in
Flushing, N.Y. on Nov. 27, 1949,
to the late George and Mary
Clement. He had served in the
United States Navy, and had
worked for Sears in the service
department prior to his retirement.
He was of the Catholic faith.
He is survived by: his wife of
36 years, Diane Allen, and their
son, Christopher George Clement,
both of Keystone Heights;
siblings, Patricia Nelson of
Albuquerque, N.M., Donna Wyatt
of Orlando, Diane Lawton of
Woodstock, Ga., Jim Clement of
Orlando, Jean Gallagher of
Auburndale, and Geri Hoyt of
Penacook, N.H.
Graveside services were held
Friday, Feb. 19, at Keystone
Heights Cemetery. In lieu of
flowers, please make contributions
to St. Jude's Children's Hospital,
262 Danny Thomas PI., Memphis,
TN 38105. Arrangements are
under the care of Jones Funeral
Home of Keystone Heights.

Michelle Cope
HAWTHORNE-Michelle Joan
Cope, 65, of Hawthorne, died
Saturday, Feb. 20, 2010, at her
home. ,She was born in
Chattanooga, Tenn. on Dec. 8,
1944.
She is survived by:, her husband
of 48 years, Thomas E. Cope Sr.;
daughter, Brenda S. van Dam of
San Diego, Calif.; son, Thomas E:
Cope. Jr. of Hawthorne; a brother,
James H. Patton III of Smithville,
Tenn.; sisters, Wanda J. Hobbs
and Joyce E. Stelter, both of
Hopewelo, Va.; and two
grandchildren.
Memorial services will -be held
at First United Methodist Church
of Hawthorne, 21930 SE 67h PI.,
Hawthorne, FL 32640, on
Saturday, Feb. 27, at 11 a.m. In
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and Starke, passed away Tuesday,
Feb. 16, 2010, at, her daughter's
home. Mable was born in Clay
County to William and Louvenia
Griffis Prevatt on Dec. 3, 1920, as
the last of their nine children.
She was preceded in death by:
her parents; siblings, J.T.. Prevatt,
Leonard Prevatt, Willie Moody,
Carrie Taylor, Edna Bell Norman,
Zulene Norman, Ellen Starling
and Pearl Griffis; her first husband
and father of their three children,.
Sidney Siarling; her second,
husband, Charley Cronley; and a
son, Louie Lee Starling.
She is survived by: her
daughter, Louvenia' (Richard)
Addison; her son, Carlas (Cindy)
Starling; seven grandchildren, 11
great-granchildren, many great-
great-grandchildren, many nieces,
nephews, friends, and church
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Clara DeSue
LAWTEY-Clara Johnson
DeSue, 51, 6f Lawtey, died Feb.
23, 2010, at her home.
Mrs. DeSue was-a member of
Philadelphia Missionary Baptist
Church, and was employed by the
Bradford County School B6ard.
She is survived by: her
daughter, Kimberli DeSue and her
^ son, Ryan DeSue, both of Lawtey;
sisters, Jearlean, Catherine and
Shirley; brothers, Edmond
(Debra), Joe Cephus (Inez),
Herman (Janice), Cleo (Debra),
and Jeremiah (Sharie).
Funeral services will be held at
LTruevine Ministries on Saturday,
Feb. 27, at 11 a.m. with Elder
Ross Chandler, pastor. Mrs.
"DeSue will rest at Truevine
Ministries for visitation of family
and friends on Friday, Feb. 26,
from 5-7 p.m. and at the church
from 9:30. a.m. until the time of
service. Interment will be at
Peetesville Cemetery in Lawtey.
Arrangements are by Haile
Funeral Home of Starke.

Ernest Dowling
STARKE-Emest Jackson
Dowling, Jr., 90, a longtime
resident of Starke, passed away
Feb. 20, 2010. He was born on
April 14, 1919, the son of the late
Ernest Jackson Dowling Sr. and
Cleone Moore. His family was
one of the first families to settle
Starke and other areas of Florida,
Georgia, South Carolfna, and the
United States.
He is a direct descendant son of
Soldiers of the American
Revolution, and great-great-great-
great grandson of the
Confederacy.
This is made note of in the
Library of Congress BooK, "A
Dowling Family of the South," by
R.A Dowling. The following
poem appears.in the book: "From
the Obituary of a Dowling: My
days are extinguished and gone.
My time as a .shadow is fled, and
gladly I layy-- elf,4pW,-to rest-
with the'peace'able dead. The' dead
ever living attend, whose dust is
all safe in the tomb, and many a
glorified' friend, is ready to
welcome me home. My days are
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Mr. Dowling was a World War
II veteran who served in the South
Pacific for 3 V years. He was
commended for his eagle-eye
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fellow servicemen. He was a
beloved friend to many. He will be
sorely missed.
He was preceded in death by
his brother, William E. Dowling.
He is survived by: his children,
Ernest "Jack" Dowling III of
Venice, Robert Nelson Dowling
and John Ennis Dowling, both of
Cochranville, Pa., and .CleEtte
Dowling Swymer of Honey
Brook, Pa,; twin sisters, Marian
Long of Starke and Helen Lee of
Wilton, Conn.; nine
grandchildren, and 18 great-
grandchildren. He was beloved by
his many nieces and nephews.
Graveside funeral services for
Mr. Dowling were held on
Monday, Feb. 22, with the Rev.
Roman Alvarez officiating.
Interment followed in Crosby
Lake Cemetery. In lieu of flowers
contributions may be made to
Bradford County PAWS, 701 E.
Call SL, Starke, FL 32091.
Arrangements are by Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of
Starke.
PAID OBITUARY

Joe Fields
WEST VIRGINIA-Joe Junior
Fields, 87, of Spencer, W.V., died
Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2010, after an
extended illness.
Mr. Fields was born in Roane
County, W.V., the son of Joe
Presley Fields and Sarah Ann
Swiney Fields. He was a welder
and welding supervisor for Union
Carbide and McJunkin of West
Virginia, and Hercules of Starke.
He retired in 1988.
He is survived by: his wife of
.67 years, Martha Magdaline
Collins Fields; sons, Allen D.
(Jane) Fields of Clendenin and Joe
(Charlotte) Fields Jr. of Elyria,
Ohio; daughters, Linda L. (Junior)
Rodgers of Spencer, Margaret A.
(Norm) Stouffer of Harmony and
Bridget F. (Danny) Griffis of
Graham; sisters, Ruby (Carroll)
Gandee of -Ravenswood and
Frankie Young of Elkview; 14
grandchildren and 24 great-
grandchildren t
He was preceded in death by:
four brothers, Opie, Jack, Oscar
and Grover;. and five sisters,
Blanche, Midget, Ruth,- Eva and
Hope.
Funeral services were held Feb.
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He had retired as an engineer from
Gear Manufacturing Company,
and in 1991, he moved to Park of
the Palms from Asheville, N.C.
He is survived' by: sons, David
E. Fors of Atlanta, Ga. and
Lawrence E. Fors of Bettendorf,
Iowa; seven grandchildren, nine
great-grandchildren and one great-
great-grandson.
Funeral services for Mr. Fors
were held on Feb. 20 in the Park
of the Palms Church. In lieu of
flowers, centributiqns may be
made to the Park of the Palms,
706 Palms Cir., Keystone Heights,
FL 32656. Arrangements are
under the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.

Anita

Funderburk
STARKE-Anita Louise Mick
Funderburk, 64, of Starke, passed
awdy Thursday, Feb. 18, 2010, at
Shands Starke.
Mrs. Funderburk was born on
Oct. 17, 1945'in Jacksonville to
William C. and Oveida Saunders
Mick. She retired from Baptist
Medical Center as an executive
secretary, and, was a member of
Trinity Baptist Church of
Keystone Heights.
She is survived by: her husband
of 46 years, Paul R. Funderburk,
Sr. of Starke; children, Kim Mann
and Paul R. Funderburk Jr., both
of Starke; her mother, Oveida
Mick of Starke; sister, Patrice
Sanders of Arizona;
grandchildren, Garrett Mann,
Chandler Mann, Brandon
Funderburk, Kyle Funderburk,
Morgan Mann, and Allie
Funderburk.
Graveside funeral services were
held on Feb. 22 at Crosby Lake
Cemetery. Arrangements are by
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of
Starke.
PAID OBITUARY

Jimmy Gnann
STARKE-Jimmy A. Gnann Jr.,
70, of Starke, died Friday, Feb. 19,
2010, at Nortfi Florida Medical
Center in Gainesville. *


Mr. Gnann was born on July
22, 1939 in Gainesville, the son of
the late James A. Gnann Sr. and
Marion Jones Gnann. He was the
stepson of the late Elsie Belle
Gnann Lovell. Prior to his
retirement, he was employed as an
engineer for the Seaboard Coast
Line Railroad. He was a member
of First Baptist Church in
Jacksonville and he served with
the U.S. Army,
He is survived by: his children,
Barry (Jean) Allen of Crescent
City and Stacie (Scott) Current of
Valdosta, Ga.; sisters. Florence
(James) Davis of Hampton Lake
and Mary Lou (Butch) Redding of
Starke; a brother, Plen (Cherrie)
Gnann of Starke; and five
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Feb.
23, at DeWitt C. Jones Chapel.
Burial was in Hope Cemetery.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Starke.

Robert Graziano
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Robert
Anthony Graziano, 80, of
Keystone Heights, died
Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2010, at the
Haven Hospice E.T. York Care
Center in Gainesville following a
long battle with Alzheimer's.
Mr. Graziano was born on Jan.
4, 1930, to the late Albino and
Mary Evans Graziano and had
been a longtime resident of the
Keystone Heights area. He was a
Christian, fisherman, loving
husband, father, grandfather and
avid gator fan. He had served in
the United States Navy for 26
years, retiring as senior chief,
aviation machinist's mate.
Following retirement from the
U.S. Navy, Mr. Graziano
continued his working career as a
jet engine mechanic for NARF,
then retiring from the Civil
Service.
He is survived by: his wife of
58 years, Adelle Bridges of
Keystone Heights; their children,
Della (Luis) Arias of Orange Park,
Teresa (Dave) Dirden of St.
Augustine, Trish (Larry) Manning
of Yulee, Mike (Lynn) Graziano
of Gainesville, Robbie (Tammy)
Graziano of Ocala, and Christy
(Dale) Goss of Jacksonville;
siblings, Donnie, Louie, Patricia
and Rose Mary; 14 grandchildren
and eight great-grandchildren. ,
He was preceded in death by


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Viewing for Mr. Graziano was
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Church with Pastor Shawn House
officiating. Burial followed at the
Keystone Heights Cemetery with
full military rites. Arrangements
are under the care of Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights.
PAID OBITUARY


George Moore


L. Ann Klein
INTERLACHEN-L. Ann
"Gaga" Klein, 59, of Interlachen,
died Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2010, at
her home after an extended illness.
She was a native of Starke and
had lived in Interlachen for 'the
past 21 years, coming from
Keystone Heights. She was a
homemaker and was of the
Christian faith. She hdd formerly
worked at' Family Medical in
Interlachen.
She is survived by: her husband
of 21 'years, Albert Klein of
Interlachen; a son, Thomas Ronald
Whisenant of Bostwick;
daughters, Allison Ann Goodson
of Elkton, Jennifer R. (Mike)
Demko of Archer, and K'ristine
(Scott) Carter of Hopatcong, N.J.;
brothers, Thomas A. (Janel) Triest
and Leon (LuAnn) Triest, all of
Keystone Heights; sister, Brenda
S. (Jimmy) Nooney of Keystone
Heights; and six grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Feb.
20. Memories and condolences
can be sent to the family at
www.JohnsonOverturfFunerals.co
m. Arrangements are under the
direction of Johnson-Overturf
Funeral Home .in Interlachen.


George Moorei
LAWTEY-George B. Moore,
82, a native of Lawtey, died Feb.
20, 2010, in Naples.
..He had many ties to Bradfprd
County. George was the son; of
James Thomas Moore and
Louiebelle Brown Moore Thede,
who were longtime residents of
Lawtey. His grandparents were
Dr. George Washington Bro.wn
and Minnie Smoak Brown 'of
Lawtey, who came to the Starke
area in the early 1900s. His late
brother, Jimmy Moore, lived, in
Starke and operated a gas station
on U.S. 301 for many years.
George was a graduate :.of
Northwestern University and
Georgia Tech, with degrees ; in
psychology and civil engineering.
His career spanned 31 years as an
international executive for Armco
Steel (AK Steel). Mr. Moore lived
16 years abroad in Germapy,
Spain, Mexico, Argentina and, at
Armco's headquarters .in
Middletown. After retiring in
1984, he chose Naples as his
home.
He served in the Occupatiohal
Army Air Force in the XII
Tactical Air Command, lBad
Kissingen, Germany.
He is survived by: his wife,
Joanne Moore, and daughter,
Marilyn Moore, both of Naples'; a
--son, Michael George (Sally)
Moore of McDonald, Pa.; five
grandchildren, Thomas Moore
Dubocq of Tallahassee, Andiea
Moore Dubocq of, Miami, and
Alexander, Steven and Emily
Moore, all of McDonald; and' a
nephew, James Thomas Moore III
of Woodbridge, Va.
Memorial services were private.
Final resting placewill be ,at the
New Crosby Cemetery in Starke;
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High school students at Bradford High
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wrestling program tauu;.; c:!!,4rn..ranc-
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agers in middle school the basic tools to
be'a successful wrestler. These photos
were taken prior to a varsity high school
home match as time was set aside for
the young wrestlers to show off their.
skills in front of a crowd.


Clockwise from bottom
left: Dakotah Mathis
keeps his opponent from
standing up; Ashley
Gleeson locks onto her
opponent; Anna Belle
Kuhne works to get out
from under Brady Pear-
son; Thomas Parker
grapples with his oppo-
nent.


LEFT: Matt
Johnson works
to gain some
leverage.
RIGHT: An-
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Rogriguez is in
good position
as he works to
record a pin.
Bradford High
School assis-
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Chris Adams
acts as referee.


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42 Motor Vehicles
43 RV's & Campers
44 Boats
45 Land for Sale
46 Real Estate Out of Area
47 Commercial Property
Rent, Lease, Sale
48 Homes for Sale
49 Mobile Homes for Sale
50 For Rent


INDEX
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52 Animals & Pets
53 Yard Sales
54 Keystone Yard Sales
55 Wanted
56 Trade orSwap
57 For Sale
58 Building Materials
59 Personal Services
60 Secretarial Services
61 Scriptures
62 Vacation/Travel


63 Love Lines
64 Business Opportunity
65 Help Wanted
66 Investment Opportunity
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68 Rent to Own
69 Food Supplements
70 Self Storage
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74 Computers & Computer
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Property
DOWNTOWN STARKE Pro-
lessional Offices for rent,
$315 per month. Confer-
ence room, kitchen, utili-
ties and more provided.
904-364-8395.
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
for rent. 2500 square feet,


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.94 acres on South 301,
$1,500 per month. Call.
a 352-485-1516.
WAREHOUSE & OFFICE
SPACE. 3000 sq. ft.,
$800/mth.- 12 ft. over-
head door, 2 bays avail-
able. Smith & Smith Re-
alty, 904-964-9222.

48 Homes for
Sale
HANDYMAN SPECIAL
3BR/1BA, 684 Epperson
St. Starke, $55,500. Call
352-745-0039.
CUSTOM HOME BUILD-
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Construction Co., Inc.
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9.04-964-5086, or visit
Stevensonhomebuild-
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sq. ft. 4BR/2BA, new
metal roof, new electrical,
plumbing, A/C, flooring
& cabinets. 660 Epper-
son St., Starke, asking
$145,000. Call 352-745-
0039.
NEW 3BR/2BA HOME un-
der construction. Clay
County, paved road. Call
Terry Hall Homes, 352-
258-4187.
RECENTLY REMODELED
3BR/2BA house on 2.5
acres. Barn and pole barn
on property. Only asking
$110,000. Call 904-566-
9068.
HORSE FARM MELROSE'
large stone home, re-
duced from $850K to
$199K, 21 acres only
$900 an acre. Call 352-
475-1599.


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1 acre. 3/2,,built in 2004.
All paved roads; land
is high/dry. $179,000.
Buyers' agent welcome
@ 3%. MLS# 502718.
From Starke: Take US
301 South; right on CR
18; follow signs. Call
352-468-2312.
REDUCED OWNER FI-
NANCING lease to own,
downtown Starke, priced
reduced, 4BR/3BA, 2-
story home on Historic
Walnut St. Home has
been remodeled and has
2900 sq. ft. $135,000. Call
904-887-8451.
BUILDERS we are lenders,
we have taken over 2
partically finished homes
(framed), just South of
Starke and Hampton.
We want out, will take a
.$50;000 loss! Call Rich-
aid Barker at 904-502-
3507.
49 Mobile Homes
BANK REPO: 2006 Skyline
32 x 80, 4+2, w/many up-
grades including; vaulted
ceilings, insulated win-
dows, and wet bar. Also
includes A/C. Will deliver
to your lot and set up for
$59,995. Call 352-373-
5428.
DOUBLE WIDE plus cabin
for relative. Fully fenced
yard, 2 carports, & stor-
age bldgs, $44,400 seller
financing. Nice neigh-
borhood in Highridge,
Keystone Heights. Call
352-473-8425.
FACTORY REPO'S 09, 14
X 40, $16,803. F.O.B.
Only 2 at this price. Call
352-373-6684.


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new 32x7,6, 4+2. Includes.
all options shown on stock
model. Also includes 5 ton
A/C, std skirting, 2 mini
decks, no hidden fees,
only $350 per month at
5% arm. Call Mike at 352-
378-2453 ext. 12.
$49,995 .FOR THIS brand
new 32 x 56,4+2. Includes
all options shown on stock
model. Also includes 5 ton
A/C, std skirting, 2 mini
decks, no hidden fees.
Only $299 per month at
5% arm. Call manager
Mike at 352-378-2453 ext.
12..
ONLY 1 LEFT 2010 3BR/
2BA. No gimmicks; only
$365. Call J.W. at 904-
783-4619.
WILL MOVE FOR FREE.
2010 4BR/2BA.-only
$49,900. Call Chris at
904-783-4619..
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2BA, will deliver free. Only
$14,900. Call 904-783-
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5024,days.
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full baths, large closets,
dining room, two living
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large kitchen, pantry,
laundry .room, big barn,
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near Hampton Lake,
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Starting at 65K. Payments
on your land, $497. Call
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shapes and sizes. Single
wides and Double wides,
cheap. Call Mike at 386- .
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wide home. Price re-
duced for quick sale, only
$29,231. Call Steve at
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home. Price reduced for.
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8549. Only one at this
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50 For Rent
STARKE, QUIET neighbor-
hood, 2BR/1BA apart-
ment, duplex. Large
living, room, kitchen-all
appliances, washer/dryer,
screened back porch, ceil-
ing fans, central heat/air,
window coverings. Lease
$545/mo. 1st; last, secu-
rity. Call DixorA Rentals at
352-588-0013.
HOMES located in Starke
ana Keystone Heights.
2BR/1BA in good neigh-


borhoods. Extra clean,
all maintE:nance includ-
ed, small pet considered.
Rents; $500, $550 &
'$650 per month, depos-
its based on rental history.
and/or job references.
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and downtown, $700 per
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352-745-6463.
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acres in Raiford on SR
125, Available April 1st.
$850 per month, $500
security deposit. Call Mike
at 904-626-5721 or 904-
259-4891.
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or two people. Service
animals only. $575 per
month and $575 security.
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acres, $525 per month,
; first & last plus $200 se-
curity deposit. Call 386-
523-5091.
BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM lake
house for rent with lake
access and dock, chef's
kitchen, Clay Electric. You
won't be disappointed.
$900 per month. Call 904-
710-9650.
HOUSE FOR RENT 1241
Bradford St., Starke.
Fenced in yard, screened
sun porch, quiet neighbor-
hood, $750 plus secu-
L rity deposit. Call 724-877-
7679, leave a message.
S2BR/I1BA ON LAKE, with
three acres, central heat
& air, washer &dryer, new
carpet and paint, ready
now. $850 a month plus
deposit. 301-318-7995.
SPEND A SPARKLING
NEW YEAR at Whisper-
ing Oaks Apartments. 2/2
for $599,3/2 for$649,4/2
for $729 per month. One
free month, divided into 2
credits. First yearof cable
1/2 off. Security deposit
S $199, (with averagecred-
it). W/D hook-ups, pool.
computer room, fitness
center, walking distance
to school. Pets welcome!
Call 904-368-0007.
Breathtaking sunsets, end-
Sless fishing! Modem 3/2
Sampson lake front home
(not m/h). Deck. dock.
canal, screen room. CH/
A, Ig kitchen, indoor laun-
dry, secluded & peaceful.
$1000/mo lawn care in-
$ eluded. 904 964-4005
IN RAIFORD 3BR2BA MH
for two people. Front &
back screened porches.
No smoking. No drinking.
$600 per month, with
$600 deposit. Call 386-
S 431-1568.
2/1 SINGLEWIDE MOBILE
SHOME $500/mo. plus
S$500/dep. 22515 NW
S 53rd Ave., Lawtey. Ser-
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bagecservice and lawn Officp at Magnolia Hotel,
service included. Call or call 904-964-4303.
904-796-0501 or 904- orcall 904964-4303.
796-0177. 51 Lost
4BR/28A DWMH on 2.5 V-TECH. V-SMILE hand-
acres in Raiford on SR Held game console. Lost
125. Available April 1st Friday Feb. 19th. at Lake
$850 per month. $500 Butler Elementary School
securitydeposit. Cal Mike during the cheer perfor-
at 904-626-5721 or 904- mance. Believe to be
259-4891. lost in the field in front of
3BR/2BACHARMING COT- the cafeteria. The game
TAGE. Everything in new is purple and orange. If
condition, sits on 1.5 found please call Melisa
acres, fenced & gated, at 904-364-6463.
minutes from townfos- 53 A Starke Yard
pial ofl Starke. Florida.
$750 first, last & deposit. Sales
Cal 386-310-9105. 5 FAMILY YARD SALE. Off
2BR/1BA MH ideal for one Meadows Dr., off HWY
or two people. Starke 16. Fri. Feb. 26th. 7am
area, outside city limits. til 2pm. Furniture, light
$475 per month. Senior fixtures, children's school
discount. Call 904-964- uniforms, children's
8218. clothes all sizes (Ann
SANDHILL FOREST Apart- Taylor, Ambercrombie,
ments located in Melrose. Hollister), adult clothes,
Leasing 1-2-3 bedroom house decor, linens, toys,
Apartments starting at riding 4-wheelers (Power
$514. E.H.O. Contact Wheels), kitchen acces-
Glenda at 352-475-5109. series and Christmas de-
BEAUTIFUL 1BR apt. in cor.
Melrose. Quiet neighbor- RELAY FOR LIFE yard sale.
hood, $550 per month, 8am to 3pm, Friday Feb.
includes utilities, no pets, 26th at Windsor Manor
no smoking. Call 352- Nursing Home, 602 E;
475-3486. Laura St. Lots of baby
2BR/1BAMH in quiet com- clothes, crib, platform
munity, $395 per month bed, pressure washer,
with $300 security de- used scrubs, baby bed-
posit Available March 1st. ding, table and chairs, &
- -Call 352-475-6285. exerclseequipment.
SMALL BUT NICE SW In FRI. & SAT. 8am til ? 100
country. 2 BR/BA very toward Keystone right
clea mini blinds through on CRA18, first brick home
out, wood deck, quiet on right, look for signs.
area, nice yard SE 49th Washer,.dryer & many
Stitems.
Ave., Stark, $400 per YOUTH OF PINE LEVEL
month plus deposit. Call Baptist Church are having
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RENT, weekly rates, no only! Many items to
frills rooms $60, rooms choose from. Huge so- 2 A
with baths $135, roorn.s election of brand n otwull
per night are $25. Tax queen& king, 1200thread
not included. To see the yount sheet sets ($25 per
RENT, weekly rates, no onlya Many items to



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owner/agent

Faulkner Realty, Inc.
Susan Faulkner-O'Neal, Broker
S (94964-5069
I 405 W. Georgia St. Starke
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Assisted Living Facility..



SENIOR DAY CARE...

We offer care for Seniors on a Daily Basis.
We open at 6:00 a.m.
Provide breakfast, lunch and dinner...
We have rooms available for naps, etc.


Only $7500 perday


Located in Starke
Next to Wainwright Park
Call Cathey PITis Aaminisrrolor For Information

(904) 964-2220


& box spring sets, baby
beds, bed, living & dining
room suits, food, collect-
ibles, household items,
candles, tools, generator
& lots more. Call 904-368-
0727.
53 B Keystone
Yard Sales
HUGE YARD SALE in Key-
stone Heights, next to
American Gutter. Come
see us, Feb. 26, & 27,
from 8am til ? 322 SR SR
100 Suite C.
55 Wanted
MAKE INSTANT Cash Giv-
ing Away This Free e-
bookl www.FourEyedRo-
oster.com.
57 For Sale
BED KING SIZE Pillow top
mattress and box spring
with manufactures,war-
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $200. Call 352-372-
7490.
USED POLES/POST 8'-12'.
$3.00 and up. Call 904-
782-3267 or cell 904-591-
6071.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillow top mattress and
box. Name brand, new in -
plastic, with warranty. Can
deliver. Sacrifice $120.
Call 352-372-8588.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Beautiful cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 night stands, chest avail-
able, dovetail construc-
tion. New still in boxes.
* Retail $5,600, sacrifice for
$950. 352-377-9846.
COUCH AND LOVE SEAT -
brand.new micro fiber
suede set. Still in pack-
age with warranty Stain
resistant, pet/kid friendly.
Retail, $1,500. Sacrifice, -
$450. Can deliver, 352-
317-4031-.
GUN SHOW, STARKE at
the Bradford County Fair
Grounds. Sat. Feb., 27th
from 9am to 5pm., .& Sun.,
Feb., 28th from 9am to
4pm. Bring your guns to
sell or trade. Concealed
weapons classes daily.
.www.GunTraderGun-
Shows.com. Call 352-
339-4780.e


59 Personal
Services
DAY CARE OPENING IN
MY Lake Butler home.
Registered with HRS.
30+ years experience, all
hours. Great rates, CPR
& First Aide certified. Call
386-49(-1062.
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. We do all
types of tractor work,
excavation and small
demolition jobs. Free Es-
timates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, 904-284-8088 or
904-545-5241.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for MH
& land packages. 1-800-
284-1144.
JERRY'S HAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, with
or without titles Will pick'
.up anywhere. Up to$150.
Call 904-219-9365 or 904-
782-9822. .
SPRING CLEAN UP and
handyman service. Yard
work, tree trimming, and
trash removal. No job to"
small or large. Call pan'
at 352-485-1111.
COMPUTER HELP! Virus)
Blue screen? Lessons?
New computer set-up?
Configure internet? Buy-
ing advice? Your location,
e mail, phone. Call Tame.
That Computer 904-964-
9945.
PIANO LESSONS qualified
teacher, call 904-964-
5614.
LAWNS, PASTURES,
FIELDS no job to big!
SAlso Backhoe and Dozer
work. Call 904-782-3267
or 904-591-6071.--
65 Help Wanted
CAREGIVER / CNA and or
2 yrs experience working
with elderly or disabled cli-.
ents. 2/3 days per week.
Sunrise Home Care Ser-
vices, 352-468-2619.
NOW HIRING STYLIST for
high volume salon. Daily
pay, located in Starke,


Brand New 1800sI

Townhomes For Rent
3 Bedrooms, 2 1/2 Bathrooms
All appliances are included, plus washer,
dryer, and cable. Find a room mate -
move to Lake Buler. Two people can now
share the luxury & convenience!
MOVE IN SPECIAL
Only $775 to move in
(1/2 rent + deposit)

Call Townhomes Blvd.
(off 2nd St.)
(386) 496-0912 Lake Buler, FL




*2/2 Home, fenced back yard. $475/mo. &
secunty.
Commercial Building in Keystone. $500/mo
& security.
Efficiency apt. in KH. $500/mo. & security.
*3/2 MH in Hampton. $550/mo. & security.
3/2 MH in Hampton. $600/mo. & security.
*3/2 MH in Hampton $675/mo. & security.
Commercial Building on SR-21. $800/mo &
security.
3/2 Home on Little Orange Lake. $950/mo
& security.
*4/2 DWMH with office on Bream Lake.
$1,000/mo. & security.
*4/3 DWMH on Lak-a-wana. $1,000/mo. &
security.
3/2 Home on Lake Jefford's. $1,200/mo &
security.


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proau,.tive sylist's make
up to $150 per day. Call
904-964-3338 ask for
Dave, leave message.
NEEDED VERY EXPE-
RIENCED reliable adult
horse person to occasion-
ally feed special needs
older stallion. Call 904-
964-6893.
CNA'S NEEDED immedi-
ately to work in Starke,
Lake Butler and Key-
stone. Call 352-284-2336
or fax 352-373-2254.
VARIOUS AFTER SCHOOL
employment positions
are available, including
Director. Must be 18 years
of age or older. Apply at
Northside Christian Acad-
emy, corner of SR-16 W
and CR-225 in Starke.
Call 904-964-7124.
THE BRADFORD COUNTY
HEALTH Department is
seeking an OPS part time
(30 hours per week) Physi-
cian, position # 64904042
to conduct medical ser-
vices on children and
adults in a primary care
setting for two rural county
health departments. Must
be licensed as a Physi-
,dianri in the state of Florida.
SMust be willing to work in
the family, planning pro-
,gram. Board certified in
family practice preferred.
Must be fingerprinted and
drug screened. May be
required to work extra
hours or days in the event
of an emergency. Rate
of pay is $50.00 per hour.
Applications will be ac-
cepted online at https://
peoplefirst.myflorida.com/
or completed State of
Florida applications may
be faxed to (904) 636-
2627 by 2/23/2010. Call
S1-877-562-7287 for assis-
tance in applying on line.
-EEOA-ANP Employer.
PART TIME: Wed, Thurs.,,
Fri. Hours: 8:00 5:00
Requirements: Proficient
in Quickbooks,Excel and
- Word. Duties Include but
not limited to: A/R, A/P,
Posting Dbeposits, Data
Entry, Filing, Creating
Spreadsheets Please
email resume with salary


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history and work refer-
ences to email address
above. (No cover letters
please) Compensation:
$15/hrs. Please send
your resume to denise.
fox001@gmail.com
IMMEDIATE OPENING
for a manager, 40 hours
,,per week with benefits.
Need office, computer,
and people skills. Drug
free workplace. Musr
have valid drivers license
& transportation. Some
travel required. Send re-
sume to P.O. Box 1149,
Alachua, FL, 32616-1149.
TDD/TTY 711. "This in-
stitution is an equal op-
portunity provider, and
employer."
MOTHERS HELPER NEED-
ED. Nights and weekends
for fgur children. Please
call 352-473-6581.
NEW PERCEPTIONS is
looking for motivated,
honest staff to work with
people with disabilities in
Starke area. Must have
1 yr. experience, ability
to pass local, state, and
federal background, GED/
HS diploma, and DL. Call
904-966-2100.
THE CITY OF STARKE has
a position open for a water
and wastewater treatment'
plant operator III. This is
technical work in the op-
eration and maintenance
of the water and wastewa-
ter plant and lift stations.
Work is performed under
the general supervision
of the water/wastewater
superintendent. Minimum
qualifications: knowledge


TRAILER

MECHANICS
To work at our Lake
Butler Facility.
Must have welding
exp. and tools.
Competitive pay and
benefits package.
Interested applicants
should apply in person
at: '
PRITCHETT
TRUCKING
1050 S.E. 6th St.
Lake Butler


Sat., Feb. 27 9 am
Clay Co. Port hwy 16 E.
Green Cove Springs, FL
WE 97-1998
23) Int'l / Thomas 65 pass auto/diesel
12), Int'l /Thomas 47 pass auto/diesel
4) nt'l / Crown 65 pass- auto/diesel
2) Int'l / Crown 47 pass auto/diesel
995 Int'l Short handicap auto/diesel
1991 Chevy 35 pass trans just overhauled auto/diesel
(2) 1990 Bluebird72 pass auto/diesel
I99 or Flatbed
1988 Ford F800 Scissor Lift Dump 6.6 diesel
1973 Ward/LaFrance Fire Engine
ICKUPSVANS SUVS CARS
2006 Ford Pickup (2) 2006 Chev Impala
2004 Ford Ranger Dodge Intrepids '02-04
2003 Ford Ranger Club Cab (8) ltepids2-04
2002 MercuryVillager 04 Dodge Intrepid Parts only
2002 Dodge Duran o 2003 Ford Crown Vic
2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser (2) 2002 Ford Crown Vic
1997 Dodge Van 15ipass *2002 Honda Civic
1997 Jeep Cherokee
1995 GMC P30 Box Van (2) 2000 Ford Crown Vic
MUCH, MUCH MORE TO COMEII
Terms: All Items sell AS IS WHERE IS
Cash, Cashiers Check, Credit Card (3% convenience fee) Checks
Accepted with current bank letter ofguarantee. 5% buyer premium.
Titled Items will be transferred by First Coast Auction
Preview 9 4 Fd., Feb.26* Sat 8 am tll auction
First Coast Auction & Realty, Inc.
P.O. Box 7879, Jacksonville, FL 32238 AU286 AB150
7 www.firstcoastauction.com 904-384-4556


of water and wastewa-
ter treatment plants lift
stations collection and
distribution system op-
erations, policies, pro-
cedures and methods,
knowledge of mechanical
maintenance of pump
stations, electric motors,
circuitry and treatment
plant. Knowledge of Math
and Chemistry. Ability to
work rotating shifts. Ability
to make and maintain re-
cords and reports. Ability
to supervise the work of
subordinates. Good me-
chanical skills. Education
and experience: Gradu-
ation from an accredited
high school. Course work
in theories and principals
of water and wastewater
treatment operations and
experience in water and
wastewater treatment


operations. Must haye a
class B wastewater plant
operators certificate-and
a class C domestic water
plant operators cetifi-
cate with 5 years experi-
ence. Applications can be
picked up and returned
to FloridaWorks, 819 S.
Walnut St., Starke. FL,
32091. Call 904-964-8092
by noon Friday, March 12,
2010. The City of Starke
is an EOE.
FULL & PART TIME posi-
tions available for- Sky
Meadows RV service.
Receptionist and claims
work. Call .904-964-8596
or fax resume to same
number.
SUB BUS OPERATpRS
needed. Full time; and
part time positions open.
40 hour certification class
provided. Call Mille or
Trish at 386-496-2182.


EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

CIRCUIT JUDICIAL ASSISTANT

#8320
(Position currently located in Baker County

Salary: $30,539.52 annually
(Plus health insurance at no cost and free park g)
,.Position open until riled

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0?- Works
AJadifllit/Brtdltud ACCmmuniy Partineirship
Florida Back To Work Program is seeking
qualified applicants to fill positions located in
Bradford County. Applicants must be receiving
or eligible to receive'public assistance. To see if
you qualify for these positions please visit
www.floridaworksonline.com, click on job seeker,
complete TANF eligibility forms, print and take
to the FloridaWorks office, or visit the
FloridaWorks office at 819 South Walnut St!,.
Starke.
904-964-8092



Limerock Concrete Sand

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Crushcrete Masonry Sand
Millings Gravels


Bradford Limer lck
Since 1977 '
Allen E. Taylor, Owner
.. 904-509-9126


The Commissioners of the Union County Hpusing Authority located at 715 West Main
Street, Lake Butler, Florida 32054 are seeking a new Executive Director. The Housing
Authority is a standard performing PHA with 122 units and 6 employees. This position
reports to a five member board. The candidate will assume responsibility over all aspects
of the operations, including property management, planning, budget and finance,
.personnel, grants/contracts and public relations. The position requires four years of
responsible experience in Public Housing administration, three years of executive level
supervisory experience, extensive knowledge of HUD regulation is a plus, and a
bachelor's degree in business, public administration or related field preferred. Salary
negotiable. Please send resume and salary expectations to: The Union County Housing
Authority Board of Commissioners, Attention: Rhoda Russ, Chairperson, 715 West Main
Street, Lake Butler, Florida 32054. Submittals must be received no later than 4:00 PM
on Friday, March 19th, 2010. Submittals may be dropped off in person at the same
address Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 8:00 am 4:00 pm. No faxes please.
EOE.


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Estate
Crawford Co., GA 49
AC $1,325/AC
Near Flint River!
Mature hardwood
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12B Tel6i -Section Thursday, February 25, 2010: .'- .. .

2 homers hela ,.. ay Di s Chelsie Herse was2-for-3 ith Play imp]o Ves J.o- --,I
,r .... ,We didn't playgoid defense tric. A 6uth eppoent Brad- an RBI. scoring three runs. 1, s
Baldwin defeat behind (Jones) in the sixth and ford at 7 p.m. The Indians return Thornton and Ta. lor Nettles as Indians J urlu inning of relief
seventh innings," Davis said. home Friday, Feb. 26, to play combined to hold the Trojans to Julius, in one innig of relief
Bradford P.K. Yonge at4 p.m. three hits. salvage 1 win in gave up one walk and struck out
BHS 14 Ridgevyew 2 On. Monday, March 1, Key- one. tched
SBY CLIFF SMELLEY__ ~Bradford's offense got oftfo a stone ost Middleburg at 6:30 BHS goes 1-1at tournament "(C cpi ed
Regional News/Spd-os Editor quick start, while Jones gave .p p.m..The-Indians then host Santa BY CLIFFSMELLEY onour mistakes."
Five of Baldwin's seven runs --just :three hits.ina..-t44-21five- ;Fe'on Tuesday, March 2, at 7 Williston High Regional News/SprtsEdi None of Clay's runs were
were the result of home runs as.: .iningw in over Ridgeview on p.m. It was a bit of a shaky start for earned as. the I ndians committed
the Indians defeated the Brad- Feb. 17 in Orange Park. tournament the Keystone Heights baseball four errors. .ac
ford softball team 7-4 on Feb. 18 The Tornadoes scored eight Keystone teamasitopenedtheseasonin In the 13-3 loss.to Middle-
in Baldwin. runs in the first two innings. stone BY CLIFF SMELLEY the Clay Cit openty Tournament, season bug, in In the Indians committed six
It was the first loss for Brad- Jonhson hit two doubles for the 0efeats__io Regional News/Sports Editor but the Indians bounced back errors. Middleburg had one
f 1 oase s.Unjn--but the Indians bounced back errors. Middleburg had one
ford (3-1 prior toFeb. 23) and-second.straigl- gae,-fnishing- Taylor Avery drove in two from two straight losses -tode- eared-run.
pitcher Stefanie Jones. Jones 2-for-4, while Strong went 3- for district wi runs on sacrifice flies, including feat id iewr on Feb. 18 "Again, wekicked it aroutode-d a
wws bothered by a condition that for-5. Jacie Revelsihncfupi ford ....ic ....feat I_Rdg yiew on Feb. 18. "Again, we kicked it around a
wvas bothered by a condition that for-. Jace Revels had a couple the winning run in the bottom of -Chas-ulius (10) gave up little bit, Mattoxsaid.
has flared up inthepastnnhx.as r: f-`-iit6 as well, while. Jones Y CLIFF SMELLEY theeighthasthe.Bradfordbase- innings Jeff Stadnicki, Robbie Ros-
non-throwing arm. reached .base in all four of her Regional News/Sports Editor ball team defeated Chiefland 4-3 one hit through four inning sano and Tabler all pitched, withRo-
"She was having to fight -at-bats, getting to 'hits and.. Three Keystone Heights play- in a tournament hosted by out five His performance wastriking Stadnicki earning the loss.
through it," Bradford head coach drawing two walks, ers had two hits each, while Williston High School. notiunlike what Keystone en- Latner drove in Keystone's
Daniel Davis said. "She kind of gives Jus a double pitchers. Kelsey Waters and Bradford (1-1) got one inning joyed out of its--pitchers in the, first run in the fourth inning,
Davis said Jones was limited lead-off," assistant coach Mar.a Amber Skipper held Union of scoreless relief out of pitcher first two games of the tourna- hitting a double- o score Tyler
to having to throw fastballss. __us Miller- said--of'Jos;, w'ho County to one hit in the Indians' Jonathan Best in the top of the ent but the difference was the Jolley.
which two Baldwin hitters in the bats in the n t. 9-1 win district 4-3A south eighth. In the bottom half of the ment, but the difference was the Jolley. wo rs in
bottom of the order tgok .ad i Feb. 18 ir inning, Nick Johnson reached on behindJuliua.' Kei6m- -t fe iet w nanaI two rns ina
tage of. The Indians hi two-an s -a-sigle and advanced to third mitted 10 errors in losses to solo home run. Chambers, who
three-run homers. two walks and struck out siK. Cortney Casas, Chelsez on bunts by Ryan McKeown and Clay and Middleburg, but just drew a walk, scored on a sacri-
Kiki Strong, who had two .. Harvin 'and Taylor Senrione Tyler Yowell. That put him in one against Ridgeview. .fice fly by Davis.
hits, put Bradford up 1-0 in the land each went 2-for-4 to help the position to score on Avery's fly ,. ff to
first. She singled and stole se:-,, v ; ,- +. -0 in damtrid" bal o "i"i.ed!thrs
hanond before scoring on a fielder's'' i- a'sd' Semione eacl 'Johnson finished the game-'sriFirst %%,hen Cha eh-Tl ; '
choice and error. hit a double, as did Waters, who -with two hits, as did McKeown, bers hit a double to score Zak ough start t
Baldwin took a 2-1 lead, but softball loss drove in two runs. Ryan Crawford and Jackson Davis, who reached on a single. baseball season
the Tornadoes went up 3-2 in ..-- Keystone had 10 hits overall. Eaves. Cole Stanford reached on an .
the second. Ashley Cruce led off' BY CUFF SMELLEY Waters pitched the first three Bradford had 12 hits in all. with Austin Tabler and BY CLIFF SMELLEY,
the inning with by drawing a Regional News/Sports Editor innings for Keystone, giving up Eaves drove in the Tornadoes' error, with Auhittin Tabler and Regional News/Sports Editor
walk. She stole second and Visiting .Fleming Island 'one hit and striking out two. first run on a single that scored Lambert. hit a sacrifice fly to Union County opened the
scored on an RBI single by scored four runs in the sixth Skipper earned'the win, allow- Kyle Aparicio, who reached on score one run, while Davis baseball season with losses to
Jones. Strong'drove in the sec- .:inning and defeated the Key- -ing no hits and striking out three a' walk. Avery then drove in his drove in another on a fielder's Santa Fe and, Columbia by a
ondrun. tohe Heights softball team 6-4 in f6ur innings of work. first run in the fourth. That run choice. Ryan Latner drove in a combined score of 25-3.
Ashley Johnson finished with on Feb. 19.: It was the first loss for Union was scored by McKeown, who run with a single and eventually The Tigers trailed Santa Fe 5-
two hits, oie of which was a The Indians (2-1 prior to Feb. (2-1) and pitcher Ciara Thornton reached on a single. moved around the bases to score 2 heading into the seventh in-
double, while Bridgette Moore 23) trailed 2-1 entering the sixth. (2-1). Yowell hit a triple in the sixth himself. ning before losing 12-2 to open
hit a solo home run in the sixth The Eagles' lead-off batter was inning and scored on a wild The Indians' last run came af- the season on-Feb. 16 in Lake
inning to cap the scoring for hit by a pitch, while the next two Earlier results: pitch. ter Chambers was hit by a pitch. Butler. SantaFehad13hits, two
Bradford. batters singled to load the bases. McKeown (1-0) picked up the He scored on a hit by Brantley of which were home runs.
The Tornadoes played District A wa!k forced one run home, win on the mound. He struck out Thomas Cason had two of
4-3A south opponent Crescent while a double cleared the bases KHHS 20 Crescent City 0 in on the mound. He struck out Lott. ne had no batters with Union's six on hadits were
City this past Tuesday and will to put Fleming up 6-1. Keystone scored 12 runs in giving g up three hits and five Keystone had no batters with Unionbles six hits teaBotmmahits were
host district south opponent Keystone put together a. bit of the. first inning and had little valks in seven innings. seemed to contribute in some Griffis, also hit a double., Josh
Keystone Heights Thursday a rally in the bottom of the sev- trouble with district south oppo- The win followed an 8-3 loss seemed to contribCasonute in some Griffis, also hity Andrews and
Feb. 25, at 7 p.m. On Tuesday, enth, but came up two runs nent Crescent City in a 20-0, to host Williston. way. Cason, you like it" Stac Floyd all pitched, with
March' 2, Bradford hosts short. Taylor Semione reached four-and-a-half-inning win on Williston had success off of head coach Ala oun Mattox saidt" Cason picking Floyd atheloss.
Ridgeview at6:30 p.m. on a fielder's choice, while Feb. 16 in Keystone. Yowell-Bradford's starting The Indiais travel to Green On Feb. 18,the Tigersfoind
Chandler Singletary and Rachel Skipper and Waters each went pitcher-early, getting seven Coe Springs-tonighte 25, themselves trailingColumbia
Earlier results: Wells each o a ror -or- i Sipprdrivng hits in the first two innings. The n t t e 11-0 after themselves trai ing before
S -- Semione scored- on:e th two runs-and Waters driving in Bradford sophomore settled to play Clay at7 p. y play osg1-0 after threeb.ings Lake
BHS 10 Fort White 6 errors, while the Indians pushed three. Casas hit a double and down, though, and allowed three March 2 ga Dtrit 3A City.
he Fortwo more runs across when drove in tworuns. hits over the next four innings. ... Eight of Columbia's runs oc-
The Tornadoes- got-solid--on- -Cortney Casas and Chelsea Casas, Skipper and 'Waters Best scored Bradford's first south opponent Crescent City at Eigred in the third i ning.s oc-
tributions from the bottom of the Harvin each hit an RN single. counted for all but one of run in the third inning after 7 p.m. currednion, which scored its lone
order in scoring the first 10 runs Harvin finished fh( game 2- nKeystone's eight, hits. runn n the fourth, was held its lone
.H fild ... 2 reaching on an error. Crawford
of a 10-6 win over Fort White for-4, while Kayla Walker was;. Skipper and Waters, along had a hit to drive him home. Errors are costly in.2 two hits Columbia had seven,
on Feb. 16 in Fort White. 2-for-3 with a triple. Walker's with Kayla Walker, also did the Avery put the Tornadoes' tournamentjosses four of whichwere doubles.'
Brittney Hall and Jones, the triple occurred in the fourth in- 'job in the circle, limiting the second run on the board in the ,Keystone opened the season The Tigers host District 4-3A
eighth and ninth hitters in the ning, scoring "Kelsey Waters, Raiders to one hit. Skipper, who fourth when he singled home with 3-0 and 13-3 losses toClay south opponenrTBra-dford u- ----
order,,,.respectively, each had who had reached on a single earned the \\in, and Waters each McKeown, .who reached on a and Middleburg, respectively, day, Feb. 25,.at.7 p.m..On Mon-
two _hits, .ith Hall hitting a before-ad' dancing to tird on an pitched tow iiiniigs a id finishedd walk. omnmitting'a"total 6t.f Oerrts, day, Marct'I" I'Union hosts dis-
double and drawing a walk. error. with five strikeouts. Walker Dylan Bradley scored the last but Mattox+-sai-t-Te wasn't too trict south opponent Interlachen
Davis said contributions were Amber Skipper, who hit a pitched the final inning, striking run with a solo home run in the' worried about his team's defen- at 7 p.m.
made from top to bottom-, but-"it diubile, pitched a eompl.ete Qt tw, seventh, sive miscues.' PUBLIC NOTICE
was really- the bottom of- the -game, earning her first loss of Bradford finished with four "I'm not discouraged by any T.he 'ar scheduled u meeting o
order that did most of the dam- the year. She was --1 heading UCHS Hamilton Co. 0 hits, getting one each from stretch," Mahe said.... was Coard of
age.intoKysone'gaJrdanWindhits, getting one each from stretch," Nfattox saj4.,=+t' was County Commisatoners is
age." into Keystone's gda m this past Jordan Windham drove in five Aparicio, Avery Bradley and Feb. 15. They weren't handing scheduled for Marchi 1 at 9:30
Johnson hit two doubles for Tuesday against Gainesville. runs to help Union defeat Ham- Crawford. out any trophies yet," Rm, inth ommission Mrfo
Bradford, which faltered a bit at Fleming scored on.e .ru. in the .ilton County 15-0 in five innings The Tornadoes will travel to The-two games made up a County Courthois, 945 N. Temple
the end of .the-ganie despite-a -first inning when its lead-off on Feb.16 in Jasper. Lake Butler Thursday, Feb. 25, doubleheader, with the loss to Ave., Starke, FL A copy of the
strong performance in the circle hitter hit, triple. A dptbl in the -Windham, who"was 2-for-4, to play District 4-3A south op- tournament hosCla as the first enda may be obtaiedfromthe
from Jones, who struck out top of the fourth helped put the hit .two doubles anrd scored one ponent Union County at 7 p.m. game. Starting pitcher Michael www.bradfordcountyf.gov o from t
seven and allowed one walk. Eagles u 2-, ; run, for the Tigers, who scored On Tuesday, March 2, they host Rothwell (0-1 threw five in' the office of County Manager in the
Fort White scored its six runs in Keystone travels to Starke 11 runs 'in the second inning. Gainesville at7 p.m. nings; giving up four hits-all Courthouse the Count
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