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Title: Union County times
Uniform Title: Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
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Place of Publication: Lake Butler Fla
Publication Date: 6/9/2011
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I students surpass state averages


UC students surpass state averages


BY TAMMY WILKERSON
Times Editor
In the recently released FCAT
reading and math scores for third-.
grade students Union County
students scored above state aver-
ages in both subjects.
In reading, 79 percent of Union
County School District students
scored a Level 3 Or above-
which was above the state aver-
age of 72 percent. That score is
up three percent compared to last
year's score of 76 percent.
In math, 86 percent scored a
Level 3 or above-which again
exceeds this year's state average
of 78 .percent. Lake Butler El- -
ementary School students man-'
aged to maintain the same aver-
age that was set last year. There
were a total of. 169 third-grade
students who took the FCAT test
this past spring.
"LBES is extremely proud of
our third-grade FCAT scores,"
said Principal Lynn Bishop.
"Our students and staff have.
again, risen to the challenge and


Students were promised the opportunity to toss a
pie at their favorite human target if-they got perfect
scores on both the FCAT reading and math tests.
Karah Oden wasted no time in seeking out Principal
Lynn Bishop as her preferred target.


excelled. We have a history of
being above the state average in
both reading and math and this
year was no exception."
Students in grade three must
achieve an FCAT equivalent
score of a Level 2 or higher in
reading, or show good cause,
to be eligible for promotion to
fourth grade. Achievement lev-
els describe the success a student
has achieved with the content as-.
sessed. Levels range from 1-5
with Level I being the lowest
and Level 5 being the highest.
To be considered on grade level,
students must achieve a Level 3
or higher.
.Besides the obvious education-
al.rewards for scoring a Level 5
on the FCAT, third-grade stu-
dents have an added bonus; be-
fore they take the tests, they are
infonnrmed that any student who
scores a Level 5 on both reading
and math is promised the oppor-
tunity to "pie" any third-grade
teacher or LBES administrator.
See FCAT page 6A


Military people may get tax exemption


Recently passed legislation
has provided for an additional
property tax exemption for
members of the military who
were deployed in certain opera-
tions during 2010.
In November of 2010, Florida
voters approved a constitutional
amendment known at the time
as Amendment 2, which created
this exemption. The recent pas-
sage of House Bill 1141 defined
the exemption language and


now makes the exemption avail-
able for the upcoming 2011 tax
bills.
A service member who cur-
rently receives a homestead ex-
emption on his or her primary
residence may receive an addi-
tional tax savings with the pas-
sage of the new bill. The new
exemption is available to ser\ ice
members who were deployed
during the preceding calen-
dar year on active duty outside


the continental United States,
Alaska, or Hawaii, in support of
Operation Enduring Freedom,
Operation Iraqi Freedom. or
Operation Newk Dawn.
Proof of deployment. includ-
ing dates, from the Veterans Ad-
ministration or the service mem-
ber's militarN branch is required.
The new exemption is not a
fixed amount like the homestead
exemption. Rather. it is based
on the number of days the ser-


vice member was deployed. For
example. if the service member
was deployed half the year, the
exemption would be 50 percent
of the home's taxable income.
If you have questions about
the exemption. you' can con-
tact the Union County property
appraiser's office at 386-496-
3431. You can also download
the application form from the
property appraiser's website at
w\ w.unionpa.com.


LB pedestrian


killed


Shannon P. Ellison. 32. of
Lake Butler was killed in a traf-
fic crash on June 5 on U.S. 301
just south of Starke.
According to the report filed
by Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper A. Cummings. Ellison
was standing in the road on U.S.
301 north at about 9:30 p.m. She
was allegedly facing into the on-
coming traffic and was waving to
the vehicles.
A .2012 Peterbilt semi tractor-
trailer was traveling northbound
toward Ellison. It was being driv-


n crash

en by Jerald R. Robinson, 46, of
Largo.
The report said that when Rob-
inson saw Ellison, he took eva-
sive action by braking hard and
steering onto the shoulder, how-
ever the front of the semi still
made contact with Ellison and
she was pronounced dead at the
scene.
The report did not state why
Ellison was in the roadway. Rob-
inson was not injured and no
charges have been filed.


BY TAMMY WILKERSON
Times Editor

More than 100 people attended
the recent Memorial Day service
that was held at.tlie Masonic
Lodge #52 in Lake Butler en
May 30.
American Legion Commander
Rob Smith greeted guests before
they were treated to a vocal trib-
ute sung by Bret Dukes. The spe-
cial guest speaker was' Lt. Col.
Richard E. Bittner, inspector gen-
- eral for the Florida Air National
Guard and the deputy inspector
for the Joint Forces Headquarters
of the Florida National Guard,
located in St. Augustine.
Serving our country for more
than 26 years, Lt. Col. Bittner
achieved the rank of staff 'ser-
geant (E-5) as an enlisted man
and currently serves as a lieuten-
ant colonel as a commissioned


officer.
Bill McGill with the American
Legion read the names of the 17
Union County soldiers who paid
the ultimate sacrifice during the
past six wars;
World War I was Neal Lang-
ford,
World War 11 was Herman
Bryan, Gordon Coffin, Seeber
"Buck" Crawford, Jessie Dicks,
Jack Dyer, Wilber McCall, Earl
Rhoden, Dennis E. Roberts, and
Ernest Roberts,
the Korean War was John
William Carter and Harley Jo
Seay,
the War of Lebanon was Jim-
mie Nettles,
the Vietnam war was Richard
Edwards Jr., Charles, Geiger and
Thomas Moore,
and Elbert L. Grantham laid
See MEMORIAL page 3A


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A pause to


remember...


The percentage of third-grade
students in each county who
scored at Level 3 or higher on the
tests is shown in this chart.
Reading Math
State 72% 78%

Baker 87% 86%
Nassau 86% 87%
Clay 82% 84%

Union 79% 86%

Columbia 78% 81%
Flagler 78% 78%
Gilchrist 75% 85%
Dixie 75% 82%
Bradford 71% 70%
Lafayette 70% 83%
Suwannee 69% 75%
Levy 67%. 73%
Hamilton .66% 75%
Putnam 65% 81%


Deadline Monday 5 p.m. before publication Phone (386) 496-2261 Fax (386) 496-2858

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2A Union County Times Thursday, June 9, 2011


Worth

Noting


July Fourth
celebration
planned in LB
A grand fireworks display will
cap the annual Independence
Da\ Celebration in Lake Butler
on. Monday July 4, at Lakeside
Park.
Sponsored and organized
b\ Lake Butler Rotary with
donations from area businesses
and individuals, the event
.celebrates our nation's birthday.
Music, food, games, fun
runs. antique cars and a fishing
tournament are planned as an all
day family activity.
For information or to rent a
booth contact Maggi at 389-
496-0912. Donations toward
underwriting the cost of the event
can be sent to Lake Butler Rotary,
P.O. Box 767, Lake Butler, FL
32054.
Lake Butler Rotary is part of
Rotary International. The local.
club was chartered in 1964 and
joins 33.000 clubs worldwide.

LBES Tiger Cubs
named
Every week teachers of Lake
Butler Elementary choose one or
more students as Tiger Cub for
the week. Tiger Cubs are chosen
based on a student's performance
and behavior. This week's Tiger
Cubs are the entire classes of:
Mrs. Andrews, Mrs. Austin, Mrs.
Kelly Dukes, Mrs. Tricia Dukes,
Mrs. Elixson, Mrs. Faulk, Mrs.
Lovelace, Mrs. Megan Croft,
Mrs. Lagasse', Mrs. Moseley,
Mrs. Parrish, Mrs. Thomas, Mrs.
Tucker, Mrs. DiMauro, Mrs.
Vandiver, and Mrs. Willingham.

NRPLC meeting
planned
Th'e governing board of the
New River Public Library Coop-
erative will hold a meeting today,
June 9, at 3:30 p.m. at the New
River Solid Waste Facility.

TFP meeting
planned in LB
The Union County Tobacco
Free Partnership meeting will
be held on Wednesday, June
22, from 1-2 p.m., at the Lake
Butler Community Center. The
meeting is open to anyone who is
interested and attendees are free
to invite guests.
Lunch will be served. Please
confirm attendance, by calling
Darlene,Jim,orJoey at 386'496-
3211.

Adult ed
graduation set
on June 13
The Union County adult edu-
cation graduation will be held on
Monday, June 13, at 7 p.m. in the
Union County High School audi-
torium. The event is open to the
public.

Early release
days announced
The Union County School
Board has announced early re-
rease days through June 10.

Donations being
requested for.UC
food pantry
The Union County Food Pan-
try, located at 125 E. Main St. in
Lake Butler, is requesting dona-
tions of items to be sold in an
upcoming yard sale to benefit the
pantry.
Items must be in clean working
condition and may be dropped
off on Mondays. Wednesday,
and Fridays between the hours of
1-4 p.m.
The date of the yard is pending
donations and will be announced
at a later date.


Register for
LBES summer
voluntary PK
This program is available for
children who have not used their
VPK voucher during the school
year. In order to participate, par-
ents must register their child with
Gateway Coalition in Lake City.

See VPK page 3A


Valedictorian,

gives glory to
God

BY APRIL DAWN
CORNETT
Valedictorian

As I thought about what I
wanted to say to each of you as
you leave Union County High
School and enter into a new
stage of life, I felt the Holy Spirit
putting a few things on my heart
that I would like to challenge you
with.
First, I challenge you to strive
for joy, but I warn you that true
joy can only be found in one
place. You will not find your
ultimate joy and satisfaction in
a nice house, a new car, a good
job, not even in a relationship,, B-
in anything else this world has to
offer.
Houses do not stand forever,
and things will always need
fixing and remodeling. Nice cars
will eventually break down and
leave you stranded on the side of
the road. A good job may last for
a while, but eventually you will
retire and have to find something
else to occupy your time. People
are not perfect, and they will fail
you time and time again.
It is true that these thirigs do
bring temporary joy, but when
this life is over none of them
will matter. So, what can we
depend on to give us joy in all
circumstances, whether they are
good or bad? There is only one
person in whom we can find the
joy that perseveres through the
mountains and the valleys,and He
is Jesus Christ. King David says
in Psalm 16:11 "You will make
known to me the path of. life; in
your presence there is fullness
of joy; at your right hand there
are pleasures forevermore." And
so, as-David says, there is only
one place we can find fullness of
joy in this life, and that is in the
presence of God, and my prayer
for each of you is that you would
seek it there and nowhere else.
Secondly,,.I urge you to
remember the gospel of Jesus
Christ, and allow it to change
your life. For those of you who
don't understand what the gospel
is, allow me to explain.
Ever since the first created
man,Adam, sinned in the Garden
of Eden, mankind has been
cursed with sin. We are each born
into.sin, and there is nothing we
can do to save ourselves. God
says of us in Romans 3:23 "For
all have sinned and fall short of
I the glory of God." And so there
we are struggling in our sin, and
desperately in need of a Savior.
God, on the other hand, is
perfectly righteous, or without
sin, and so in order to be just,
He must punish sin. Without the
gospel, we all face an eternity
in hell under the wrath of God,
but praise the Lord, the story
does not end there. God, in, his
mercy and love, planned before
the foundations of the earth to
provide.a Savior to redeem His
people from their sins. He sent
his very own son, Jesus Christ,
into the world to pay the price
for our sins and impart to us the
righteousness of Christ.
Jesus came .into ihe worlA,
lived a perfect life without sin,
and was crucified on a cross
to pay the penalty for our sins.
.Three days later he arose from
the dead, giving us life in Him.
His death and resurrection made
a way for us to be saved from our
sins and reconciled to God. We
can now have a real and intimate
relationship with God, and we
will spend eternity worshipping
Him in heaven. This gift of
salvation is for all who will
believe in Jesus Christ, repent of
their sins. and follow Him.
It is not just a prayer we say
once at the altar, but a life-
changing event. From the point
of salvation on. the gospel
continually changes us and makes
us more like Christ. and we are
commanded to forsake our stn
and strive tow ard holiness. I pray
you all will know the joy of this
glorious salvation, and that you
will allow the gospel to radically
change your lives. 1 know it has


changed my life and eternit\.
and I am forever thankful to God
for the mercy and grace He h- s
shown me.
The third thing I challenge \ou
with is to be content in ever\
circumstance. We are entering
into a new season, and \while I
pray that our lives will be filled
with joy, it is likely that we
will be confronted with various
hardships that are unavoidable in
this world. ,
The apostle Paul kncxw


LEFT: Valedictorian April Dawn Cornett. RIGHT: Amanda Marie
Spires.


what the secret was to being content in
every circumstance. Yes, Paul who was
repeatedly attacked and beaten because
of his passion for the Gospel, was
shipwrecked more than once, and who
was thrown in prison several times, was
content. He said in Philippians 4: 12-13
"1I know how to be brought low, and I
know how to abound. In any and every
circumstance, I have learned the secret of
facing plenty and hunger, abundance, and
need. I can do all things through Christ
who strengthens me."
We can be content in all of life's
circumstances because it is Christ who
gives us the strength to face them all.
Whatever you will face as you leave here
today, I pray that you will be content
knowing that Christ gives you strength
and that he is working all things together
for your good. Even on a day like this
when everything is changing for us, my
God is unchanging and in control of all
things. When we can depend on nothing
else, we can depend on Him.
Lastly, I challenge you to do everything
to the glory of God. Paul says in I
Corinthians 10:31 "So, whether you eat
or drink, or whatever you do, do all to


the glory of God." Whatever direction
you choose to take in the years to come,
may you do everything to the glory of
God, and give Him the glory for every
accomplishment.
Today as we reflect on the past 18 years
of our lives let us acknowledge that it is
God who has brought us where we are
today and that every good thing we've
ever done is because of Him. As I think
back on these years all I can say is that I
could not. have made it on my own. It is
God who has provided me with grace and
strength to make it to where I am today.
As the psalmist says in Psalm 16:2, "I1 say
to the Lord: you are my Lord, and apart
from you I have no good thing."
Thank you all for this opportunity
to share my heart with you. I pray that
you will leave here today with a new
perspective on the life ahead of you. This
life isn't really about us at all. It's all about
Jesus Christ, and bringing glory to Him.
1 pray that you will believe the Gospel,
find joy and contentment in Christ, and
make it your greatest goal in life to give
God the glory. May we will be able to say
everyday: "to live is Christ, and to die is
gain." Thank you.


Kaleb
Archer
can hardly
contain
himself after
stepping off
the stage.


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Published each Thursday and entered as Periodical Postage
Paid at Lake Butler, Florida under Act of March 3, 1879.
POSTMASTER: Send address changes to:
UNION COUNTY TIMES
125 E. Main Street Lake Butler, FL 32054
(386) 496-2261
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Salutatorian says

farewell to UCHS

BY AMANDA MARIE SPIRES
Salutatorian

Our time at Union County High has been
more than four years of classes and hanging out
with friends...it's been our dress rehearsal for
the real world. Through all the mistakes and the
accomplishments we've made, we have learned
what we need to know about putting on the
performance of our lives.
Through all the classes and homework, we
learned that even though it doesn't always feel
like it, hard work and honesty pays off in the
end...and all the dreaded times when we had to
stand up and give a presentation in class, we were
forced to overcome our fears.
Through all the heartbreaks, we have learned
that people will let.us down-but we can never
truly love anyone until we learn to forgive and
trust. And through all the friendships, we have
learned that we cannot get through life alone, no
matter what anyone says.
I would not be standing here tonight if it were
not for those who helped me along my journey.
First and foremost, I thank my God and Savior
Jesus Christ for being with me every second
of every day. I'm very thankful that He has
blessed us with a school environment in which
we can openly glorify Him. I will never forget
our baccalaureate service this past Wednesday
night. Mr. Murray, thank you for the message you
delivered-your words of wisdom were exactly
what we all needed to hear this week. I hope
Union County stays this way forever, because it
has made all the difference in my life.

I would like to say a special thank you to
Mr. Archer, who always pushed me to give my
all in everything I do, and forced me to get on
stage, no matter how nervous I was. Something
I have learned over the years from being in his
class is that there is no such thing as a perfect
performance. Every time I .step on stage, I know
that I will mess up in some way. When I finally
accepted that fact, I learned that I can do almost
anything. Every time I focus on my fear of failure,
I consider never stepping foot on a stage again.
But we cannot live life in fear of making
mistakes-mistakes are inevitable. Even in the
world of professional theater, the performers slip
up all the time-they forget their lines, trip and
fall during dances, or their voices crack over high
notes. No matter how badly they mess up, the
show must go on. If every performer who gets
stage fright refuses to step on the stage, there
would be no performances.

Likewise, if we refuse to take chances in life
because we are afraid of failing, then we will
never succeed. Theodore Roosevelt once said, "In
a moment of decision, the best thing you can do
is the right thing to do. The worst thing you can
do is nothing." As Mr. Nelson would say, "The
choice is yours."
This is probably the last time we will all be
together like this-and I want you to know that
you have all changed my life for the better, and
for that I thank you. I leave you with this final
thought: when you step into the spotlight, it
doesn't matter whether you forget your line or if
you miss a note. What matters is how you carry
yourself when you leave the stage.


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Summer Rose Mallard


CORRECTION!
Summer Rose Mallard, above,
was inccorectly identified
as Summer Ross Mallard in
last week's edition. Also, the
following senior reflections
were inadvertently left out of
last week's edition. The Union
County Times apologizes for
any inconvenience this may have
caused.
Colby Andrews
Clubs/Activities: National
Honor Society, ag communica-
tions, FFA, golf, baseball and a
member of Madison Street Bap-
tist Church.
Future plans: I plan to attend
Thomas University where I will
finish by associate's degree be-
fore transferring to a university
to acquire my bachelor's degree
ii computer engineering.
Zane Fortune
Clubs/Activities: Band-seven
years, FBLA-two years, FFA-
one year.
Future Plans: I plan to attend
First Coast Technical College for
culinary and pastry arts.
Lindsey Brooke Saunders
Reflections: I have learned
throughout high school that when.
one door closes, another opens. I
have been so blessed to have the
opportunity to participate in so
many things the past four years.
I will cherish every memory that
I have made.


As "Taps" is played, World War II veterans lay the wreath at the monument
erected by Union County Citizens in 1995. (L-R) Tom Fortner, Glen Cox,
Norman Stephenson, UCHS JROTC Cadet Sgt. Gregory Tucker, Jack
Whitehead, and Page McGill participate. Another World War II veteran, Kenneth
Clyatt, was in attendance, but was unable to make it up to the monument.


Clubs/Activities: Florida Ju-
nior Academy of Science 9-12,
president 11-12, BETA Club 9-
12, treasurer in tenth grade, vice
president 11-12, class vice presi-
dent 9-10 and 12th, student body
vice president eleventh, FBLA 9-
10, FFA 9-11 and Kelly Christie
Dance Academy.
Future Plans: Finish my asso-
ciate's degree at Florida Gate-
way College and transfer to UF
to pursue a degree in speech pa-
thology..


Commanded by Ricky McLaughlin, the JROTC
cadets give the 21-gun salute. In no particular
order are Tyler Bruneau, Joseph Chiominto, Austin
Stanley, Roy Trowell, Logan Morneau, Duke Waters
and Donavan Wright.


MEMORIAL
Continued from Page 1A
down his life for his country in
the war in Panama.
. Leading up to the laying of the
wreath, the Union County High
School JROTC cadets gave a 21-
gun salute as the World War II


veterans who were in attendance
made their way to the monument.
As a final tribute, UCHS JROTC
Cadet Tyler Brantley played
"Taps" as everyone saluted.
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Tell us!
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Guest speaker Lt. Col. Richard E. Bittner gives a
moving address.


VPK
Continued from Page 2A
VPK dates are set as June 15-
Aug. 11, from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. at Lake Butler Elementary
School. Breakfast and lunch will
be provided, however, transpor-
tation is not provided.
For more information, please
contact Trish Ranard at 386-496-
3047.
Pop Warner sign-
ups scheduled
There are only two days left
where parents can sign their chil-
dren up for Pop Warner football
and cheerleading.
All signups will be held from
8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the O.J. Phil-
lips Recreational Complex Cen-
ter on July 18-19.- The cost is
$100 for football players and
$200 for cheerleaders.
Public library
plans multiple
events this June
The Union County Public Li-


brary, located at 250 SE 5"' St.,
will be hosting several events
during the month of June.
Beginning on Friday, June 10,
there will be a sidewalk book
sale to benefit the Friends of the
Library. There will be a plethora
of books for sale including hard-
cover, children's, paperback,
popular authors, books on tape,
videos, DVDs, and more.
On Saturday, June 11, from 2-
4 p.m., the Union County Public
Library will host free Book Bin-
go. Participants may play free
rounds of Bingo and win fabu-
lous book prizes. Refreshments
will be available for a small do-
nation.
Finally, on Saturday, June 18,
from 4-6 p.m., the library will
host a family game night. Bring
your family and your favorite
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4A Union County Times Thursday, June 9, 2011




FFA students earn awards after busy year in competitions


BY TAMMY WILKERSON
Times Editor

The 70" annual Lake Butler Fu-
ture Farmers of America (FFA) ban-
quet took place on May 12.
Honorary chapter membership
awards were presented to Dawn
Ripplinger, Nancy Hendricks. Bill
Sefick, Brian "Frank" Franzluebbers
and Deborah Gordon.
Ripplinger recently volunteered
an.entire day and serve as a guest
speaker in the FFA's food science
classes. "She is always a smiling
face ready to show her encourage-
ment and assistance to Lake Butler
FFA." said Senior Chapter President
Connie Driggers.
Hendricks juggles many different
tasks with the FFA, ranging from
sponsoring a lane at the Lori Ander-
son Memorial Bowling Tournament
to making team T-shirts for the ag
mechanics team journey to the state
contest. "We are lucky to have her,"
said Driggers. ,%
"Sefick has been a valuable asset
to Lake Butler FFA for many years,"
said Driggers. "From helping the an-
imal science class gather meat speci-
mens for class to working with the
meats judging team as they practiced
quality and yield grading carcasses."
Franzluebbers has been a faithful
sponsor for more than four years.,
"No matter the state of the economy
or the distance away from home that
Frank may be working. LB.FFA can
continually count on his support,"
said Driggers.
Gordon served as a chaperone to
not only the district Farm Bureau
contest and the State Leadership
Summit but she also donated the
cooking box that the chapter used at
their first-ever Amazing Race.
Distinguished Service
The Distinguished Service Award
is given to an individual who dis-
plays great interest in the progress of
the Lake Butler FFA chapter.
This year, that honor went to
Robin Clyatt and Becky Raulerson.
Clyatt is a supporter and sometimes
lifesaver to the Lake Butler FFA.
As UCHS bookkeeper, she is dedi-
cated to helping the FFA stay abreast
of important information and has a
willingness to cut checks on a mo-
ment's notice.
Raulerson recently earned the
FFA a $1,000 literacy grant, which
was used by the agricultural commu-
nications team to publish their very
own children's book.
Discovery Degrees
Discovery Degrees recognize a
member's achievement and progres-
sion in all aspects of the FFA. The
Discovery Degree pins were spon-
sored by Mercantile Bank.
The following student members
earned the Discovery Degree: Zeb
Bennett, Luke Crawford, Clay l-al-
le, Ashley Holt, Shiann Hutqliison,
Karsyn Jenkins,. Kinedy Johnson,
Austin Little, Shelby McDowell;
* McKenzie Mobley, Andrew Smith,
Lane Underhill, Emily West, Lexi
Whitehead, Garrett Williams, Kym-
.my Williamson, Morgan Worrell,
Katie Zipperer, Brandon Ames,
Shelbie Barber, Lilly Combs, Alyssa
Davison, Kierstin Jenkins, Matthew
McSpadden, Aaron Provin, Witt
Thomas, Kelsey Thornton, John
Tucker. Brandon Tussinger, Preston
Wilson and Ty Adkins.
Greenhand Degree
To earn the Greenhand Degree,
members must invest a minimum of
$50 and participate in at least two ac-
tivities. The Greenhand Degree pins
are sponsored by the Union County
Farm Bureau.
The following student members
earned the Greenhand Degree: Kyle
Groves, Chandler Gartman, Jordyn
Addison, Makayla Burnham. Katie
Tricocci. Angelique Truett. Jordayn
Bennett, Taylor Wilkins. Colten
McAlister. Ashton Johnson. Kay-
la Nettles. Miranda Merritt. Kyle
Mosher, Kaylee Roberts, Georgyn
Green. Sarah Fischer. Ashley Felt-
ner, Corey Hersey, Kevin Thorn-
ton, Shelby Thomas. Trey Owen,
Brad Deshong. Lee Elixson. Austin
Dukes. Charlil McCastel. Randa
Conner. John Provin. Taylor Joyner..
Samanth'a Perez. Teigan Renger-
ing. Michaiah White. Chris Starling.
Kyle Shealy, Garrett Hersev. Shelby
Wooddell. Sierra Self. Courtney
Walsh. Candice Morgan. Danield
Trudillio. Brandon Liston. Eston
Worrell. Darci Hendricks. and An-
thony Gockley.
Chapter FFA Degree
The following members have
earned their chapter FFA. Degree
by investing a minimum of $150
and participating in at least five
FFA activities: Rachel Summers.
Shane Hendricks. Amber Temple-
ton. Dylan Clark. Sierra Self. Court-
ney Walsh. Dustin Bielling. Harlee
Rimes. Danielle Pate. Cody King.
Nick Klein. Christopher Johnson.
Clay Abraham. Victoria Whitely.
Joe Kent. Dylan Allen. Alexis Bene-
field. Brandon Bivins. Chaton Croft.
Austin Griffis. Caitlyn Hall. Troy
Kite. Tanner LcMay. Jordan Davis.
and' Anthony Gockley. The Chapter
FFA Degree pins are sponsored by
Mercantile Bank.
Blue and Gold Award
The Blue and Gold Award is giv-
en to an individual who has provided
outstanding service to the Lake But-
ler FFA chapter for several years.
This year. the award went to Paul
Waters.
"Mr. Waters has been a faithful
supporter of Lake Butler FFA for


several years." said Senior Chap-
ter Vice President Morgan Dukes.
"From promoting feed tags in the
store to raise money for our chapter
to sponsoring a bowling lane and
banquet awards year after year to
preparing the banquet meal -for the
last three years. Lake Butler FFA is
lucky to have Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wa-
ters' and Westside Feed's support."
Chapter
competitions


(Left) A University of Northwest Ohio representative presents The agricultural sales and services team is (I-r) Kiersten
the agricultural mechanics team with an award. The team is (I-r) Davison, Amy Emery, Alex Morneau and Connie Driggers.
Connie Dri ers James Post Chase Fr and Shane Hendr t


pictured: Eston Worrell.


The agricultural communications team is (1-r) Sierra Self, Kelsey Harrison,
Ryan Perez, Megan Mobley and Linsey Clark. Not pictured: Taylor Wilkins and
Shelby Wooddell.


Poultry teams: The senior chap-
ter poultry team finished ninth at
the state contest. Team members
included Taylor Wilkins, Chaton
Croft, James Post, Teigan Erngering,
Miciah White and Haley Libby.
The middle school poultry team
won the state contest. Team mem-
bers included Jordan Davis, Case
Emerson, Kyle King, Maggie Par-
rish, Kasey Rhodes, and Morgan
Worrell. Rhodes was the high indi-
vidual in the contest.

Parliamentary procedure teams:
The senior chapter parliamentary
procedure team won the sub-dis-
trict and district contests and will
be competing at the State FFA Con-
vention. Team members are Ryan
Perez, Morgan Dukes, Linsey Clark,
Micheala Joyner, KaylE Freeman,
Danielle Pate, Bobbie Tatum and
Tanner LeMay.
The middle school parliamentary
procedure team was also the sub-
district and district contest winner.
Team members consisted of William
Brown, Savannah Woodall, Kelsey
Thorrttoti.-Malory LeMay, Shelby
McDowell, McKenzie Mobley and
Makayla Graham. This team will
also be competing in the state com-
petition in June. '
Tractor driving competition:
Ashley Johnson and Garret McRee
represented the senior chapter and
won the sub-district and district con-
tests. Johnson finished as the state
runner-up.

Prepared public speaking: The
middle school was represented by
Case Emerson. He placed second at
the sub-district contest. Senior chap-
ter speaker Alex Morneau finished
second in the sub-district contest as
well.
Extemporaneous public speak-
ing: Representing the senior chapter
was Connie Driggers and represent-
ing the middle school chapter was
Savannah .Woodall. Bothladies won
the sub-district and district events
and will be competing for a state
championship in June.
This year's creed speaker was
Taylor Wilkins who was the district
runner-up.
Opening and closing ceremony
team: The middle school opening
and closing ceremony team consist-
ed of Jordan Davis. Case Emersdn,


Taylor Furukawa. Kierstin Jenkins,
Malory LeMay, McKenzie Mob-
ley,,Kelsey Thornton and Savannah
Woodall. This group placed second
at the sub-district contest.

Ag mechanics team: The ag me-
chanics team finished fourth in this
year's state contest. Team members
included Connie Driggers, Chase
Fry, James Post, Shane Hendricks
and Eston Worrell.

Food science: The senior food
,science team won the state contest.
Team members included Tanner Le-
May, Linsey Clark, Danielle Pate,
Morgan Dukes, Kiersten Davison
and Tristyn Stone. LeMay was the
high individual and Clark was the
third-high individual.
The middle school food science
team was made up ofShiann Hutchi-
son, Shelby McDowell, Kelsey
Thornton, Lexi Whitehead and Sa-
vannah Woodall.

Tool identification: The middle
school tool identification team con-
sisted of Case. 'Eierson. Shelby
McDowell. Kelsey Thorhton. Lexi
Whitehead and Savannah Woodall.
Ag communications team: The
senior chapter agricultural commu-
nications team finished fourth in the
state. Team members included Lin-
sey Clark, Kelsey Harrison, Megan
Mobley, Ryan Perez, Sierra Self,
Taylor Wilkins and Shelby Wood-
dell. Megan was the third-high indi-
vidual.

Other competitions: Two middle
school members and one high school.
member will be competing at the
State FFA Convention in the Agri-


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science Fair. They are Case Emerson,
Lane Underhill and Holly Tucker.
The ag sales and services team
finished fourth in the state contest.
Team members included Kiersten
Davison, Connie Driggers, Amy
Emery, Haley Libby and Alex Mor-
neau. Driggers was the second-high
individual.
The senior meats team Was the
state runner-up. Team members in-
cluded Jacqueline Anderson, Albert
Brand, Linsey Clark. Ryan Perez and
Jodie Waters. Brand was the third-
high individual in the contest and
Anderson was the fourth.
The middle school meats team
won the state contest. Team mem-
bers included Hunter Ash. Case
Emerson, Ty Hamilton, Ridge Smith
and Noah Wright. Hamilton was the
high individual and Emerson was the
second-high individual.
The senior vegetable judging team
consisted of Chaton Croft, Jennifer
Dicks, Kaci Graham, Jessie O'Steen
and Rachel Summers.
The middle school- vegetable
judging team was made up of Case
Emerson, Makayla Graham. Maggie
Parrish and Witt Thomas.
Savannah Woodall participated in
the ornamental horticulture demon-
stration contest.
A new event for the senior chapter
was the environmental science con-
test. This team finished fourth at the
state contest and included Jacqueline
Anderson, Albert Brand, Jennifer
Dicks, Sarah Fischer, Shane Hen-
dricks and Ashley Parrish.
State and national results from
2010
At last year's state competition,
the senior parliamentary procedure
team placed fourth in the state, the


middle school parliamentary proce-
dure team was the state finalist team.
Alex Morneau placed third in the
state for prepared public speaking,
Connie Driggers was a state finalist
for extemporaneous speaking, and
Danielle Pate placed second in the
state for creed speaking.
In addition. Savannah Woodall
placed fourth in the state for middle
school extemporaneous speaking.
At the Agriscience Fair were Case
Emerson and Holly Tucker. Tucker
finished first in her division.
At the National FFA Convention
this past October, the poultry team
earned a silver medal. Team mem-
bers included Clay Abraham, Dustin
Bielling, Kayla Freeman. Kaci Gra-
ham and Rachel Summers.
Holly Tucker competed in the
National Agriscience Fair and was
a finalist.

Awards...
Proficiency awards: There are 27
FFA state proficiency areas ranging
from beef production to veterinary
assisting. The awards consist of an
application completed by members
that detail their projects or the re-
sponsibilities of their employment.
There were 25 applicants from
Lake Butler FFA. No other chapter'
in the state submitted as many pro-
ficiencies as this chapter. Of these,
12 applicants are state finalists to be
recognized in June at the State FFA
Convention.
They were Ryan Perez in agricul-
tural communications, Ryan Perez
and Alex Morneau in agricultural
education, Nick Klein in agricultural
mechanics (state finalist), Jennifer
Dicks, Chaton Croft and Victoria
Whiteley in agricultural processing
(Croft and Whiteley are state final-
ists). Victoria Whiteley in dairy pro-
duction. Cody King in diversified
agricultural technologies (state final-
ist). Holly Tucker in environmental
science (state finalist). Caitlyn Halle
in equine sciepq llcnepf(('thte fi-
nalist). Jessie 6'Steen in equine sci-
ence entrepreneurship (state finalist),
Linsey Clark in feeder steer, Case
Emerson in floriculture (state final-
ist), Rachel Summers in fruit and
vegetable production, Case Emerson
in nursery operations (state finalist),
Morgan Dukes in outdoor recreation,
Kayla Freeman and Linsey Clark in
specialty animal production (Clark is
a state.finalist), Kacie Graham, James
Post, and Clay Abraham in specialty
crop production (Abraham is a state
finalist), Linsey Clark in veterinary
medicine (state finalist) and Connie
Driggers in wildlife management


(state finalist).
Workhorse awards: The work-
horse awards are given to members
of the community for their efforts as
workers for the chapter. The sponsor
of this year's workhorse plaques is
Hobo Tractor Company.
The recipients were: Mercantile
Bank, Geibeig family, Hillandale
Quality Feed, Crawford's Custom
Meats. Courtney Davis, Ty Banding,
Brian Franzluebbers, Jered Beilling,
Daryl Brewer, Roberts. Land and
Timber, Adam Burgess, Community
Sate Bank. Jennie Reed and Andrea
Andrews.
The following workhorse award
recipients were given to individuals
who exhibited qualities above the
level of dependability: Zach "Sun-
shine" Wilson, Cody King, James
Post, Miciah White. Megan Mob-
ley, Chris Johnson, Ashley Johnson,
Linsey Clark, Kayla Freeman, Alex
Morneau, Ryan Perez, Danielle Pate,
Case Emerson. Savannah Woodall
and Witt Thomas.
Each recipient received a check in
the amount of $50 and a plaque from
Hobo Tractor Company.

Outstanding member award: The
recipient of the sixth-grade outstand-
ing member' award was Makayla
Graham. Graham was a member to
the parliamentary procedure team
and the vegetable judging team. She
also exhibited a hog in the Bradford-
Union fair. Graham received $50
from the Bishop family.
The recipient of the seventh-grade
outstanding member award went to
Shelby McDowell. McDowell served
as a chapter officer, a member of the
tool identification team and the par-
liamentary procedure team. She was
also an active part of the National
FFA Week and participated in the
middle school's Redneck Olympics.
McDowell received $50 from Mr.
Griffis.
The outstanding member award
for eighth g'atde went to Case Em-
erson. Emerson served as the chap-
ter president and was a member of
the opening and closing ceremonies
team, the tool identification team, the
state-champion meats judging team,
the state-champion poultry judging
team and the vegetable judging team.
Emerson was also the prepared pub-
lic speaker and exhibited the reserve
grand champion heifer and steer in
the Bradford'Union fair. He was also
the record book winner in both cate-
gories. He submitted two proficiency
applications, one in floriculture and

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S A Plants and a check in the amount of
S 100 from Prichett Trucking.
Star Agriscience Award: The
Continued from Page 4A Star Agriscience award was given
to Holly Tucker. Tucker centered
one in nurserN operations and is the her research around the forestry in-
state finalist in both categories. Last dustry as she studied different forest
hut not least. he is in the top four of biomass products. calculating to find
all middle school discovery degree which would be th4 most efficient in
pin recipients statewide as a state the search for alternative fuels. This
star applicant. Fmerson recei% ed S50 is her second year of study and her
from TI. Squared Builders. research has earned her many awards
Star Greenhand: The Star Green- and recognition including a trip to
hand award is given to an outstand- Houston. Texas. earlier this year.
ing ninth-grade member who has Tucker received a plaque and a
demonstrated strong leadership skills check in the amount of 1S00 from
and w ho has an active supervised ag- the Michael Dukes family.
ricullural experience (SAE) project.
a a\lor Wilkins was the chapter's Star Agriculture Placement
creed speaker, a member of the Award: The Star in Agriculture
poultry team and a member of thle Placement award is designed to rec-
agricultural communications team. ognize a student who has exhibited
She attended the National FFA Con- superior work performance in an ag-
vention as a delegate and is actively riculturejob.
involved in her SAE of beef produc- This year's recipient was Cody
tion. King. "King worked very hard this


Star Chapter Farmer: The Star
Chapter Farmer award is given to a
member who possesses a superior
SAE program.
l.insey Clark participates in many
areas of agriculture. She raises, a
steer and heifer for the fair each year.
raises puppies and helps out with
Shadd's deer farm. and bottle feeds
and raises dairy calves. Clark has
submitted three proficiencies this
year and was a state finalist in two
categories. Clark received a plaque
from Emerson Nursery and Rental


year from feeding cattle. hogs. don-
keys or dogs to mowing and weed-
eating to planting and caring for the
garden to washing dishes or simply
having to deal with Mr. Harris." said
Alex Morneau. senior chaplain.
XKing received a plaque from Em-
erson Nursery and Rental Plants and
a check in the amount of $100 from
Avery Roberts.

Scholarship Awards
FFA Chapter Scholarships: A
great deal of emphasis is placed on
scholastic achievement among the


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Revivals
planned
First UMC, New Jerusalem
The First United Methodist
Church and the New Jerusa-
lem Full Gospel Church, both
of Worthington Springs, will
be hosting a revival on Friday,
June 10, and Saturday, June1 1,
beginning at 7:30 p.m. each
night. Evangelist Cagney Tan-
ner will be the special guest.
The two churches share the
samebuilding, which is located
on S.R. 121 in Worthington
Springs. The revival is open to
the public. For more informa-
tion, please call 386-496-1461.
Sanderson Christian
Revival Center
Sanderson Christian Revival
Center. located at 14302 Sapp
Rd.. in Sanderson, will host a
three-night revival beginning
tonight. June 9, and ending Sat-
urday night. June I1.
Randal Griffis. Justin Griffis,
and Thomas Carter will be the
special guest speakers.
The event is open to the pub-


lic and begins at 7:30 p.m..
nightly.
In addition, Sanderson Chris-
tian Revival will host a Pastor
Appreciation Day this Sunday,
June 12, at 11 a.m. for Pastor
Howard Finley. There will be
dinner on the grounds follow-
ing the service.
New River NC Methodist
New River New Congrega-
tional Methodist Church will
host a revival from June 12-15.
The Sunday service begins at 6
p.m., and weeknight services
are at 7:30 p.m.
Evangelists will be J.C. Lau-
ramore, Tommy Anderson,
Randall Griffis Sr. and Bobby
Griffin.
.On Sunday, June 19, the
Rev. Ronald Wilson will bring
the homecoming message,
with lunch immediately after
church.


Vacation Bible

schools planned
Grace Christian Fellowship'
Grace Christian Fellowship


Church, located at 4926 S.W.
107'1 Ave. in Lake Butler,
will be hosting a unique type
of Vacation Bible school this
summer. Instead of the typical
nightly classes, GCF church
will be offering its Bible school
classes over the course of six
weeks.
Held on Wednesdays only,
the dates of the classes are as
follows; June 22 and 29, July
6, 13, 20, and 27. Classes will
begin with dinner at 6:30 p.m.
and wrap up around 9 p.m.
This year's theme is "Beach
Blast," and the VBS is open to
the public. For more informa-
tion, please call 386-496-2859.
Sardis Baptist Church
Sardis Baptist Church, lo-
cated in Worthington Springs,
will be hosting a "Big Apple
Adventure" vacation Bible
school this summer.
Classes will be held nightly
from 6-8 p.m., Monday, June
13 through Friday, June 17.
For more information or for
directions, please contact the
church office at 386-496-3685.
CrossRoads to Victory
CrossRoads to Victory
Church, located in Raiford,
will be hosting the "Shake It
Up Cafe" themed vacation


Bible school nightly from Sun-
day, June 12, through Thurs-
day, June 16.
Classes will be held from,6-
8 p.m. For more information,
please contact the church of-
fice at 386-431-1260.
LB First Christian Church
First Christian Church of
Lake Butler, located at 155
N.W. First St., will be hosting
"A New Day" vacation Bible
school beginning. Monday,
June 13, and ending Friday,
June 17. Classes are open to
children from nursery age to
eighth grade and will be held
nightly from 5:30-8:30 p.m.
For more information, please
call the church office at 386-
496-3956.


Sardis sets new

summer

schedule
Sardis Baptist Church in
WorthingtonSpringsannounces
a new summer schedule for its
services. Please make note of
these changes.
Beginning Sunday, June 12,
Sunday school will begin at 9
a.m., worship at 10:15 a.m.,
and evening services at 6 p.m.


Ashley Johnson at the state tractor-driving contest.


LEGALS,
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NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that
pursuant to a Writ of Execution
issued in CIRCUIT COURT OF
ALACHUA COUNTY, Florida, on the
11th day of May, 2011. In the cause
whe,-ein UNION PROPERTIES
OF GAINESVILLE, INC. F/U/B/O
AMIN LAkHANI, the plajntiff and
JACK L. and 'DEBBIE" AS-URY. the
defendants, being'CASE NO. 08-CC-
781 in said Court.
.1 I, Jerry Whitehead As Sheriff of Union
County, Florida, have levied upon
all the right, title, and interest of the
defendant, JACK L. ASBURY in and
to the following described personal
property, to-wit:
2005 Toyota pickup truck
VIN# 3TMJU62N25M005578
Silver in color
I shall offer this property for sale, at 55
West Main St., Lake Butler, in Union
County, FL, on July 7, 2011, at the
hour of 11 a.m. or as soon thereafter
as possible. I will offer for sale all the
said defendant's, JACK L. ASBURY,
right, title and interest in the aforesaid
personal property, at public auction
and will sell the same, subject to
taxes, all prior liens, encumbrances
and judgments, if any to the highest
and best bidder for CASH IN HAND.
The proceeds to be applied as far
as may be to the payment of costs
and the satisfaction of the above-
described execution.
Jerry Whitehead, As Sheriff
Of Union County, Florida
By: Captain H.M. Tomlinson
Deputy Sheriff
Publish Dates: June 2nd, 9th, 16th
and 23rd, 2011.
Contact the Civil Process Unit 24
hours prior to sale for information
concerning the sale and/or
cancellation. Phone 386-496-2501.
In accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act, persons with
disabilities needing a special
accommodation to participate in this
proceeding should contact the Civil
Process Unit at the Union County
Sheriff's Office not later than seven.
days prior to the proceeding at-55_'
West Main Street, Courthouse Rm.
102, Lake Butler, FL 32054. Phone
.386-496-2501. 6 .
6/2 4tchg 6/23-UCT
NOTICE OF A PUBLIC
HEARING BY THE BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
SERVING AS THE BOARD OF
ADJUSTMENTS TO CONSIDER
AN APPLICATION FOR A
SPECIAL EXCEPTION #35
FOR A CHURCH
Notice is hereby given that the Board
of County Commissioners serving as
the Board of Adjustments will hold a
public hearing 'on Monday, June 20,
at 6:45 p.m. in Room 101 of the Union
County Courthouse, 55 West Main
Street, Lake Butler, Florida to consider
an application for a Special Exception -
#35 for a Church located 2 miles west
of SR 121 on CR 18 Parcel #29-06-
19-00-000-0060-0, as filed by John L.
Rawls, Agent for Owner, Morningstar
Baptist Church Family, Inc. Said
documents may be inspected at the
Union County Building Department
located at 15277 Southwest 84'"
Street, Lake Butler, Florida between
the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.,
Monday through Friday, excluding
legal holidays or Board of County
Commissioners Office located at 15
NE 1" Street, Lake Butler, Florida
between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and
5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday,
excluding legal holidays.
6/9 ltchg-UCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR UNION COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 63-2010-CA-000007
OCWEN LOAN SERVICING, LLC.,


Plaintiff,
vs.
DANIEL CHRISTMAS A/K/A DANNY
CHRISTMAS A/K/A DANIEL M.
CHRISTMAS; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF DANIEL CHRISTMAS A/K/A
DANNY CHRISTMAS A/K/A DANIEL
M. CHRISTMAS; STEPHANIE
CHRISTMAS A/K/A STEPHANIE H.
CHRISTMAS; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF STEPHANIE CHRISTMAS A/
K/A STEPHANIE H. CHRISTMAS;
IF LIVING, INCLUDING ANY
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SAID
DEFENDANTSS, IF REMARRIED,
AND IF DECEASED, THE
RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DEVISEES'GRANTEES.
ASSIGNEES; CREITORS,
LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES,
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER
OR AGAINST THE NAMED
DEFENDANTSS; FLORIDA *
CREDIT UNION; WHETHER ,
DISSOLVED OR PRESENTLY
EXISTING, TOGETHER WITH
ANY GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
CREDITORS, LIENORS,
OR TRUSTEES OF SAID
DEFENDANTS) AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST
DEFENDANTSS; UNKNOWN
TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TENANT
#2;
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant
to a Final Summary Judgment of
Foreclosure entered in the above-
styled cause, in the Circuit Court of
Union County, Florida, I will sell the
property situate in Union County,
Florida described as:
BEGIN AT THE SOUTHEAST
CORNER OF GOVERNMENT LOT
11 IN' SECTION 31, TOWNSHIP
5 SOUTH, RANGE 20 EAST,
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA, AND
RUN SOUTH 84 DEGREES 20
MINUTES 05 SECONDS WEST,
ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF
SAID SECTION 31, A DISTANCE
OF, 39.00 FEET TO A POINT IN A
FENCE LINE ON THE EAST SIDE
OF A PRIVATE ROAD; THENCE
NORTH 00 DEGREES 53 MINUTES
43 SECONDS WEST ALONG SAID
FENCE LINE 240.29 FEET; THENCE
NORTH 84 DEGREES 20 MINUTES
'03 SECONDS EAST, PARALLEL
TO THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID
SECTION 31, A DISTANCE OF 37.58
FEET TO A POINT ON THE WEST
LINE OF GOVERNMENT LOT 12, IN
SECTION 31; THENCE CONTINUE
NORTH 84 DEGREES 20 MINUTES
03 SECONDS EAST, STILL
PARALLEL TO THE SOUTH LINE
OF SAID SECTION 31, A DISTANCE
OF 668.39 FEET; THENCE SOUTH
01 DEGREES 43 MINUTES 49
SECONDS EAST, 240.02 FEET TO


members of the Lake Butler FFA
chapters. In addition to a solid GPA.
the chapter scholarship award re-
quires a minimum of 25 points on
the FFA activities chart.
From the middle school, three
members had a perfect 4.0 GPA.
thus the ties had to be broken on the
basis of points. This year's winner of
the middle school chapter scholar-
ship award was Case Emerson.
Three ,high school members are
awarded the chapter scholarship
award. They are Danielle Pate, Kay-


A POINT ON THE SOUTH LINE
OF SAID SECTION 31; THENCE
SOUTH 84 DEGREES 20 MINUTES
03 SECONDS WEST, ALONG SAID
SOUTH LINE, 670.48 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING.
A/K/A
9104 SE 2nd Rd
Lake Butler, FL 32054
at public sale to the highest and best
bidder, for cash, in the lobby of the
Union County Courthouse, 55 W.
Main St., Lake Butler, FL 32054 at
11:00 a.m., on June 30, 2011.
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the date
of the lis penderis,'must file.'a claim
within 60 days after the sale6.
Witness my hand and seal of this
court on the 6"h day of June, 2011.
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: Julia Croft
Deputy Clerk
Attorney for Plaintiff
Law Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra
9204 King Palm Drive
Tampa, FL 33619-1328
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
(ADA) REQUESTS FOR
ACCOMMODATIONS FOR NOTICE
OF COURT PROCEEDINGS:
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact Ms. Jan Phillips,
ADA Coordinator, Alachua County
'Family and Civil Justice Center,
201 East University Avenue, Room
410, Gainesville, FL 32601 at (352)
337-6237 at least 7 days before
your scheduled court appearance,
or immediately upon receiving this
notification if the time before the
scheduled appearance is less than
7 days; if you are hearing or voice
impaired, call 711.
If you are deaf or hard of hearing
and require an ASL interpreter
or an assisted listening device to
participate in a proceeding, please
contact the Court Interpreter Program
at interpreter@circuit8.org.
6/9 2tchg 6/16-UCT

TAX DEED #63-2011-TD-0001
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
Fermon Jones, the holder of the
following' certificate has filed said
certificate for a tax deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate number and
year of issuance, the description of
the property, and the names in which
it was assessed are as follows:
CERTIFICATE #: 66
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2004
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
12-06-18-00-000-0070-0
SW /4 of NW 1/4 of Section 12,


la Freeman. and Connie Driggers.
Emerson received a pin and check
in the amount of $50 from Pritchett
Trucking. Pate received a pin and
check in the amount of $50 from
Hobo Tractor. Freeman received
a pin and chqck in the amount of
$50 from Kevin Kirby and Driggers
received a pin and a check in the
amount of $50 from Clay Electric..

Superior Senior Scholarship: In
2007. two very active. hard-working
Lake Butler FFA members gradu-


Township 6 South, Range 18 East,
Union County, Florida. LESS AND
EXCEPT lands described in Official
Records Book 64, Page 484, Official
Records Book 67, Page 450, Official
Records Book 68, Page 39, Official,
Records Book 68, Page 40, Official
Records Book 77, Page 121, Official
Records Book 90, Page 401 and
Official Records Book 154, Page
.282, all of the public records of Union
County, Florida.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
Jers Jones
Said property being in the County
of Union, State of Florida. Unless
such certificate shall be redeemed
according to the law. t-e property
described in such certificate will
be sold to the highest bidder in the
Courthouse lobby at 11 a.m., the 7"
day of July, 2011.
Dated this 2nd day of June 2011.
Regina H. Parrish
Clerk of Circuit Court
Union County, Florida
6/9 4tchg 6/30-UCT

NOTICE OF INVITATION FOR
BIDS: HAY FIELD
BID #0001//11
The City of Lake Butler is accepting
bids on a sludge field operation
bearing 15 acres, more or less of
newly established coastal Bermuda
hay.
Upon contract awarded, the recipient
shall cut, bale/roll at maturity intervals
and remove from the property All
storage, equipment and labor shall
be furnished by the contract awarded
vendor.
The City shall control water to the
hay field site. The awarded vendor
will be responsible for any associated'
irrigation within this area.
The awarded contractor shall provide
all "required insurance or indemnify
the City of all liability and shall be
responsible for.any damages to spray
field resulting from its operations.
A site inspection will be conducted
on Monday, June 20. All who wish to
participate shall meet at Lake Butler
City Hall at 2:00 p.m.
All responses shall be forwarded to
the City of Lake Butler, 200 SW 1s
Street, Lake Butler, FL 32054, prior
to June 24, to be considered for bid
award.
The City reserves the right to reject
any and all bids in its sole discretion.
6/9 ltchg-UCT


ated from UCHS. Ashlyn Wooding-
ton and Hali Perryman understand
the work and education that go into
making a team and being success-
ful on that team. They also know an
SAE requires even more work. as
evidenced when they received their
state FFA Degrees.
Perryman and Woodington cre-
ated the Superior Senior Scholarship
Award to recognize a graduating se-
nior who was involved with an SAE
and maintained the most points on
the activities chart throughout the
entire high school career. This year's
recipients were Linsey Clark and
Connie Driggers. Both girls tied with
exactly 194 cumulative points so an
additional trophy will be ordered and
each senior will receive $50.

'Chapter Leadership Award:
The middle school recipient of the
Chapter Leadership award was Case
Emerson. This award is based on a
member's activity and initiative in
the chapter.
Emerson received a.pin and check
in the amount of $100 from Westside
Feed.
Linsey Clark. Connie Driggers
and Morgan Dukes each received the
Senior Chapter Leadership award.
Each high school student will re-
ceive a pin and a check in the amount
of $100 sponsored by Jesse Bielling,
Custom Computer Services and the
" Carlton Faulk family.
Buckmasters scholarship: Tihe
winner of the Buckmasters scholar-
ship went to Ashley Johnson. John-
son received 'a check in the amount
of $1.000.
Lori Anderson Memorial schol-
arship: The Lori Nicole Anderson
Memorial scholarship was estab-
lished in her memory. She was an
involved member of the Lake Butler
FFA and was always willing to help
her fellow students.
The recipient of the Lori Nicole
Anderson Memorial scholarship was
;Jessie O'Steen. O'Steen received a
check in the amount of $500.

Harlis Ellinglon Memorial
scholarship: The Ellington family,


having been avid supporters of the -
Lake Butler FFA for many years.
established the Harlis FJllington Me-
morial Scholarship to recognize the
. achievements of a graduating mem- '
her of the FFA.
This year's scholarship winner
was Amy Emery. Emery received a
plaque and a check in the amount of
$500.
District IIl scholarship: This '
scholarship is sponsored by Jimmy'
Tallman and the District Ill county'
commissioner and was given to a de-
serving senior FFA member. Megan
Mobley. Mobley received a check ini
the amount of $500.

Bradford-Union Swine Asso- .
citation scholarship: Based on three
years of participation and an essay
submission, the Swine Association
chose to award Ashley Johnson with' '
the scholarship. Johnson received a"'
check in the amount of $500.
Ford scholarship: Ford Trucks
and Santa Fe Ford of Alachua had":
teamed together to provide Connie'
Driggers with a check in the amoun:' '
of $1.000.
Senior awards: The senior award,
goes to graduating seniors that have''
contributed the most to the success
of th'e Lake Butler FFA chaptersi"'"
throughout their careers. It is based.
on the student's scholastic achieve-&" "
ment. accomplishment as an FFA.,,.
member as well as the scope anda'.
productivity of their supervised ag-..
riculture experience programs. This,
year's recipients were Linsey Clark.,
Connie Driggers and Jessie O'Steen..., '
Each student received an FFA blan-
ket with their name and class on it
from Scott and Kelly Register.
Installation of new officers: The,.*
new officers were announced for
the upcoming 2011-2012 year as
follows: Chapter Sentinel Case Em-,
erson. Chapter Parliamentarian Sa-
mantha Perez, Chapter Chaplin Sha-
ton Croft. Chapter Treasurer Ryan
Perez. Chapter Reporter Caitlyn
Halle. Chapter Secretary Alex Mor- .
neau. Chapter Vice President Tanner
LeMay and Chapter President Mor-
gan Dukes.


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FCAT
Continued from Page 1A

This year, there were a total
of 13 third-grade students scor-
ing a Level 5 on both reading
and math. On June 6, those 13
students were given the opportu-
nity they were promised. Their
choice of victims were third-
grade teachers. Rhonda Willing-
ham, Brenda Lovelace, Denise
Ricks, Megan Harris, Chris-
tie Perez, Tricia Dukes, Pam
Thiomas, Jason Griffis and Mark
Rapp, along with Principal Lynn
Bishop and Assistant Principal


Stacey Rimes. (Mark Harrison,
notorious third-grade teacher and
"most likely to be pied" candi-
date was absent due to his wife
going into labor.)
At the conclusion of the five-
minute event, the victims were
identified as Ricks. Griffis,
Dukes, Lovelace, Rimes and
Bishop.
Bishop said, "We are grateful
for the support we receive from
our superintendent, school board,
parents and community. Our
children excel because of their
own determination and skills,
and because of this tremendous
support."


Pictured with the third-grade teachers and administration arel3 third-grade students who scored a Level
5 on both reading and math FCAT tests earlier this year. As a reward, each student had the opportunity
to "pie" one person. (Front row, I-r) Sierra Graham, Ryan Hardin, Tyler Eddy, Chloe Johns, Karah Oden,
Andrew Starling, John Knagge, Cory Watts, Patrick Hangebrauck, Destini Jackson, Karilyn Schreck,
Haylee Miller and Ayla Smith. (Middle row) Rhonda Willingham, Denise Ricks, Tricia Dukes, Assistant
Principal Stacey Rimes, Principal Lynn Bishop, Pam Thomas, Megan Harris-Croft and Brenda Lovelace.
(Back row) Jason Griffis and Mark Rapp.


Assistant Principal Stacey Rimes takes it with grace from Karilyn Schreck as
(1-r) Rhonda Willingham and Denise Ricks get a chuckle.


BELOW: After the chaos
had subsided, the
students pose in front of
their victims. (Front row,
I-r) Karah Oden, John
Knagge, Sierra Graham,
Ryan Hardin, Chloe
Johns, Tyler Eddy, Cory
Watts, Andrew Starling,
Patrick Hangebrauck,
Destini Jackson, Haylee
Miller and Ayla Smith.
(Back row, I-r) Assistant
Principal Stacey Rimes,
Denise Ricks, Jason
Griffis, Tricia Dukes,
Brenda Lovelace,
Karilyn Schreck (in
front of Lovelace) and
Principal Lynn Bishop.


At least we know where Santa hides in the off-
season! Brenda Lovelace gets a behind-the-scenes
look at what the pies are made of.



Clay Eleotric Make time to

offers energy fight cancer

tips for hot BY MELODY COARSE
Special to the Times


weather spell
With afternoon temperatures
anticipated to be in the upper 90s
for the next nine to 10 days. Clay
Electric Cooperative reminds its
customers there are steps they
can take to use electricity wisely
.and still stay comfortable.
Sherman Phillips, manager of
Clay's Energy Services Division,
explained that with the hot and
dry weather that has been forecast
for North Florida through June
12, people will be looking for
ways to stay cool while holding
down their electricity usage.
Phillips noted that the less
energy efficient a home is, the
longer the air conditioner unit
will have to run to maintain
the temperature in the house.
According td Phillips. there are
steps homeowners can take to
stay comfortable and also keep a
handle on their electricity bills.
Phillips offers the following
tips for staying cool and using
energy wisely:
SRaise the thermostat as
high as is comfortable.' Set
your thermostat at 78 degrees
or higher. For each degree you
lower the temperature from the
recommended setting. you can
increase your bill up to four
percent. I
S* Raise the thermostat five
degrees when you leave the.
house. Customers concerned
about avoiding a utility bill
surprise this summer'should pay
close attention to their home's
thermostat setting over the next
couple of months.
Use ceiling fans to make the
room more comfortable, but only
use them while you 'are in the
room.
On extremely hot days.do less
cooking inside; use a microwave
and/or cook outside.
Do laundry early in the day,
especially if the laundry room is
inside. Because clothes dryers
release a lot of heat, consider
hanging clothes outside to drv.
*Turn off all unnecessary heat-
generating appliances such as
lights, computers, etc.
Clay Electric Cooperative is.
an incorporated, member-owned,
nonprofit electric power sup-
plier. The co-op was chartered in
1937. Headquartered in Keystone
Heights, Clay Electric Co-op is
one of the largest in the United
States, serving approximately
165,000 members in 14 counties.
The cooperative has six district
offices: Keystone Heights. Or-
ange Park. Lake City. Gaines-
ville, Salt Springs and Palatka.


In honor of Father's Day, the
American Cancer Society likes
to focus on men's health during
the month of June.
The cancers that most frequent-
ly affect men are prostate, colon,
lung and skin cancers. Knowing
about these cancers and how they
can be prevented or found 'early
can save your life.

For prostate cancer,'starting at
age 50, talk to your doctor about
the pros and cons of testing so
you can decide if getting tested
is the right choice for you. If you
are African American or have a
father or brother who had pros-
tate cancer before age 65, you
should have this talk with your
doctor starting at age 45.

Colon cancer almost always
starts with a polyp. Testjng, start-
ing at age 50, can save lives by
finding polyps before they be-
come cancer. If pre-cancerous
polyps are removed, colon can-
cer can be prevented.
For lung cancer, prevention
is easy. If you.do smoke, talk to
your doctor about quitting. If you


don't srioke, try and stay away
from smoke and .talk to your
friends and loved ones about
quitting.
Skin cancer is also easy to pre-
vent. Wheh out in the sun, cover
up with long sleeves, pants and a
hat. Ifyou cannot, be sure to have
on sunscreen SPF 15 or higher.

Lowering your weight, being
active, not smoking and regular
doctor visits help reduce your
risk of all cancers, as well as
helping to make sure they are
caught early.

For more information, or if
you have any questions regard-
ing cancer, go to www.cancer.
org, or call 1-800-ACS-2345.

Thanrik you to all who helped
make our 2011 Relay for Life
event a success! Thank you for
helping the fight against cancer!


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B Section Thursday, June 9, 2011


FEATURES


NEWS FRO BRADFORD COUNTY UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION

NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION


CRIME
SOCIALS
)BITUARIES
EDITORIAL.'


Keystone teen to represent state in national wrestling event


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
A Keystone Heights
teenager has been selected to
represent Florida in the 2011
National Cadet Duals, an
annual freestyle and Greco-
Roman wrestling tournament
that is scheduled to take place
at the Ocean Center in
Daytona Beach June 14-18.
Brandon Marshall, 15, the
son of Rich and Peg Marshall,
is one of 40 members of Teani
Florida.
"It's a great honor just to
::represent my state at duals,"
Marshall said, but he hopes it
doesn't end there. Eventually,
he would like to have the
chance of competing in the
-Olympics.
No dream is too big,
Marshall said. Since he was
pretty much born to wrestle,
-maybe it's not so much of a
dream after all.
The rising sophomore at
-Clay High School said he has
been wrestling for
approximately 10 years. Yet
his exposure to the sport goes
back further than that, thanks
.-to his father, who wrestled
himself and was a coach. A
young Marshall would
=accompany his father to team
practices at First Coast High
-School, where Rich Marshall
. was the head coach from 1994
-through 2009. (Rich Marshall
again coached the school in
2006-07.)
"I was a baby," Brandon
-Marshall said. "(The wretlers
my father coached) used to
play with me. I used to roll
-around on the mats with them
all.the time. It felt natural to
-me. It was something I felt
comfortable doing."
Therefore, it was probably
no surprise to the elder
Marshall when his son
approached him about wanting
to wrestle.


Brandon
Marshall (far
right) has his
hand raised by *
the referee,
signifying one -.
of his many
wins on the
wrestling mat. ,--
Marshall will
compete on
Team Florida in
the Cadet
National Duals
in Daytona
Beach.




"He tells me that one day I
just went up to him and said, 'I
want to try it.' I 'fell in love
with it the first time I started
it," Brandon Marshall said.
"I've loved it more and more
ever since."
And why not? Some *of
Marshall's accomplishments
this year alone include first-
place finishes in -the: Marine
Corps* Iron Man, Southeast
Regional Championships and
JV Folkstyle Championships,
as well as a second-place
finish at the Cadet National
Qualifier and third-place finish
at the Cadet National State
Championships.
Marshall compiled a 24-4
record as a junior varsity
wrestler at Clay High School
this past season. In overall
competition since March 12,
Marshall has 39 wins and 10
losses. Of those wins, 14 were
pins.
Participating in a sport and


Training to be a '
successful c.'.
wrestler can be
tiring, so to
speak. Marshall ,
is pictured
flipping a tire [
around his
family's 1.5-

upper body
strength-a '
must for Greco-
Roman
wrestling.



being a success in it takes a lot
of time. Marshall said he
spends five days a week
practicing, with the weekends
dedicated to actually wrestling


in tournaments. However, he
has still found time to make his
mark in the classroom. He had
a weighted GPA of 4.7 this
past year, which put him at the


top of Clay's freshman class,
and placed first in the
mathematics division of the
Clay County Rotary Science
Fair.
"A lot of time goes into
this," Marshall said, "but every
other second I'm not wrestling,
I'm focused on school so I can
stay where I need to be and
keep my grades up."
Of course, if Mom and Dad
need to step in, they will.
"They keep me on track,"
Marshall said.
Dad, as a mentor and coach,
has helped keep Marshall on
track when it comes to
wrestling. It hasn't alh,,ays
been easy having a father who
coached and knows so much
about the sport, .Marshall
admitted, but it has paid
dividends.
"It can be frustrating at
times because you don't want
to admit you're wrong when
he points stuff out at practice,"
Marshall said, "but it's nice to
have him there. If there's
something that I've been
struggling with at practice, I
can go to him, and he can
show me. I can work on it at
practice. He's there.
"If I go to a tournament by
myself-like a national
tournament-he's there.. He
can coach me. He knows what
he's doing. I trust him to make
the right decision.".
Marshall said his first-ever
competitive match was a -loss,
which left him disappointed in
the immediate aftermath.
However, the person he lost to
was a Georgia state champion.
"One of the toughest
matches was probably 'my first
one," Marshall said. "I came
off beaten. I wasn't happy, but
my dad said I did a good job.
He told me afterward who the
kid was."
Starting out was tough,
Marshall said, but the feeling


that came with eventually
winning couldn't be matched
by anything else.
"One of the first wins I ever
had was against a kid who was
older than I was," Marshall
said. "It felt great. I hadn't
done very well up to that point,
so just to finally be able to
come back and beat somebody
after being beaten so many
times, and just being able to
keep everything together and
not get frustrated felt great.
"I was as happy as I could
possibly be." .
Marshall started out with
small tournaments held in
cities such as Gainesville and
Jacksonville. Eventually, he
worked his way up to bigger
events at bigger venues. He
has wrestled in regional events
and national events, leaving
Florida behind in some cases
to compete in such states as
Arizona and Virginia.
The enormity of such events
was quite' an eye-opener at
first.
"It was really
overwhelming-all the people
there, coaches and parents
screaming everywhere. You're
not sure what to listen to,"
Marshall said, "but it is. an
exciting, thrilling experience.
"The first couple of times, it
was scary, but then you get
used to it."
One of Marshall's most
memorable tournaments took
place in Arizona at the Sunkist
Kids National Tournament. He
was able to see family
members he doesn't get to see
much and was able to walk off
the mat victorious.
"We got to see my aunt and
uncle," Marshall said. "They
came to see me wrestle. My
dad was there. He was my
coach. I placed first.
"It was a good tournament."
See WRESTLE page 3B


WE KNOW EVERYONE HAS BEEN WAITING!


HOW MANY TIMES HAVE WE HEARD:
ARE WE THERE YET?
WHEN ARE WE GOING?
IS IT TIME YET?


NOW THE PEOPLE OF STARKE

HAVE A NEW QUESTION:
WHEN IS THAT NEW PLACE CALLED "RICK'S" GOING TO OPEN?

WE WANT TO MAKE SURE EVERYTHING IS DONE TO RICK'S HIGH
STANDARDS AND WHEN WE OPEN WE DO IT RIGHT. RICK EXPECTS
NOTHING LESS AND NEITHER SHOULD YOU. BE PATIENT!
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2B Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section Thursday, June 9, 2011



Crime & Punishment


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:
Dennis Alexander, 63, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June I by Clay County
Sheriff's Office (CCSO)
deputies. Additional charges
were added on June 2 and June
3. Alexander is currently
facing a total of four counts of
grand theft, four counts of
burlgary, two counts of
trespassing in a structure and
two counts of dealing in stolen.,
property.
William Joseph Aviles, 31',
of Melrose was arrested June I
-and booked into the Bradford
County Jail on an out-of-
.county warrant. Bond was set
at $252 and he was released on
June 1.
Albert Cornelius Baugess,
42, of Lawtey was arrested
June 4 by Bradford County
Sheriff's Office (BCSO)
deputies for DUI and failure to
:surrender a registration after
insurance is cancelled. Bond
was set at $11,000 and he was
released on bond June 5.
Justin Tyler Berry, 20, of
'Green Cove Springs was
booked into the Bradford
:County Jail on June 3 on anrt
out-of-county warrant. He was
.released on June 4.
Cody A. Brandon, 19, of
Starke was arrested May 31 by
..:BCSO deputies for lewd and
- lascivious behavior. Bond was..
"--et at $25,000 and he remained
in jail as of press time.
. Jency Box, 32, of Starke was
arrested June 2 by CCSO
deputies for two counts of
failure to appear in court.
Jason Clemons, 33; of
Starke was arrested May 31 by
CCSO deputies on a warrant
for failure to appear in court. *
Willie Coleman, 21, of


Lawtey was arrested June 2 b-
CCSO deputeis for possession
of less than 20 grams of
marijuana.
Sandra Jean Cooper, 24. was
booked into the Bradford
County Jail on June 3 on an
out-of-county warrant. Bond
was set at $376 and she was
released on bond June 3.
Chuckie Detroy Covington.
21, of Starke was arrested June
4 by Starke Police
Department (SPD) officers for
battery. Bond was set at
$10,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Warren Darty, 28, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 2 by CCSO deputies on a
warrant for possession of a
controlled substance.
Virginia Doughty, 43, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 5 by CCSO deputies for
DUI and violating restrictions
placed on a driver's license.
Tina Harris Ettman, 43, of
Lake Butler was arrested June
4 by SPD officers for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at $500
and she was released on bond
June 4.
Lonnie Leon Folsom, 21, of
Starke was arrested June 1 and
booked into the Bradford
County Jail on Clay County
warrants for two counts of
grand theft. Bond was set at
$10,006 and he was transferred
to Clay County on June 2.
Donald Googe; .74, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 31 by CCSO deputies for
aggravated battery.
Abram Griffis, 37, of
Lawtey was arrested June 1 by
BCSO deputies for four counts
of possession of a controlled
substance with intent to sell,
two counts of possession of a
controlled substance without a
prescription ,and one count of
smuggling contraband into a
detention facility. Total bond
was set at $135,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Sara Hall, .8, of Keystone


Heights was arrested June 2 by
CCSO deputies for burglary of
a dwelling.
Doyle John Havard, 25, of
Starke was arrested June 4 by
BCSO deputies for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at $300
and he was released on bond"
June 5.
Marcel Vashawn Henderson,
37, of Lawtey was arrested
June 2 by SPD officers for
withholding court-ordered
support and failure to appear in
court for an original
misdemeanor charge. He may
purge the support charge by
paying $3,400. Bond on the
other charge was set at $4,000.
Justin Michael Hill, 33, of
Starke was arrested June 4 by
BCSO deputies for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at $500
and he was released on bond
June 4.
Justen Kelley, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 31 by CCSO deputies on
a warrant for contempt of
court.
Eric Scott Knight, 22, of
Lake Butler was arrested June
2 and booked into the Bradford
County Jail on an out-of-
county warrant. Bond was set
at $2,503 and he was released
on bond June 6.
George Edward Lewis, 24,
of Starke was arrested May 31
by BCSO deputies for two
counts of violation of
probation for original felony
charges. Bond was set at
$40,000 and ,he remained in
jail as of press time.

James Rodney Lucas, 30, of
Starke was arrested May 31 by
BCSO deputies for possession
of less than 20 grams of
marijuana. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released on
bond June 1.
Lisa Marie Moss, 27, of
Starke was arrested June 2 by
SPD officers for violation of
probation for an original
felony charge. Bond was set at
$10,000 and she was released


on bond June 3.
Elena Bowen Mullins, 42, of
St. Augustine was booked into
the Bradford County Jail on
May 31 on an out-of-county
warrant. Bond was set at
$5,000 and she was released
on bond May 31.
Jason Michael Nash, 30, of
Lake Butler was arrested June
6 by BCSO deputies for DUI.
Bond was set at $2,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Natasha Shante Newman,
23, of Jacksonville was
arrested June 4 by BCSO
deputies for driving while
license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at $400
and she was released on bond
June 5.
Alicia Nooney, 32, of
Keystone Heights was charged
May 31 by CCSO deputies
with violation of adult
entertainment ordinances.
Grant Benton Owens, 48, of
Jacksonville was arrested June
5 by BCSO deputies for DUI-
and refusing to submit to a
,DUI test. He was released on
June 5.
Morris Scott, 24,, was
arrested May 31 by BCSO
deputies for battery on a law
enforcement officer. He was
being held on no bond and
remained in jail as .of press
time.
Cletis Smith, 51, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 2 by CCSO deputies for
two counts of driving while
license is suspended or
.revoked.
Richard Steven Tyler, 32,
was arrested June 3 by BCSO
deputies for driving while
license is suspended or
revoked, possession of less
than 20 grams of marijuana
and violation of probation for
an original misdemeanor
charge. Bond was set at $500
and he remained in jail as, of
press time.
Michael Charles Underhill,


23, of Starke was arrested June
5 by BCSO deputies for
driving while license is


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Shannon P. Ellison, 32, of
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traffic crash on June 5 on U.S.
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According to the report filed
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The report said that when
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and steering onto the shoulder.
However, the front of the semi
still made contact with Ellison,
and she was pronounced dead
at the scene.
The report did not state why
Ellison was in the roadway.
Robinson was not injured, and
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Thursday, June 9, 2011- Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section 38


WRESTLE Transition
Continued from Page 1B Academy treats


William Sanders III and
Tabatha Baker

Sanders, Baker
to wed June 11
William E. Sanders III and
Tabatha L. Baker, both of
Starke, announce their
engagement and upcoming
wedding. i
The bride-elect is the
daughter of the late Joanna
Sellers. The groom-elect is the
son of Sandra and William
"Bill" Sanders II of Starke.
The wedding will be held on
Saturday, June 11, 2011, at the
couples' home in Starke. All
are welcome to attend. A
reception will follow.

BHS Class of
1991 plans
reunion
It is time for the BHS Class of
1991 to have our 20-year class
reunion. Organizers have been
searching for classmates, have
found many, but still have not
contacted everyone. If you
graduated in 1991 or if you were
ever a part of the BHS class of
1991, your classmates would
love to see you and catch up.
The reunion will be June 25
from '7 p.m. until 11 p.m. at
Chrissy's Old Meeting House
Cafe6 in Starke. Dross is causal
and cost is $10 per person, taken
at the door.
'-Organizers are trying to get a,
count for the. food so if you'
haven't notified them, please do
so ASAP. You .can send an
email to bradfordhigh91
@yahoo.com or find the orga-
nizers on Facebook, 20-Year
Class Reunion. '
Classmates will also be meet-
ing up during, the downtown
Family Fest on Friday, June 24,
around 7 p.m. also at Chrissy's.
Ths is a time to bring the
family out to walk around, see
the beautiful cars, eat some good
food and socialize with every-
one, so bring the kids out to
,meet other classmates' kids.
Spread the word and have a
.great time catching up.

Kingsley Lake
residents to
have reunion on
June 18
There will be a reunion for
those who grew up on
Kingsley Lake during the
1950s and 1960s on Saturday,
June 18, at I p.m. at the
Kingsley Lake Civic Center.
Finger foods and drinks will
be provided, but if you'd like
to bring something, please do.
For more information,
please call Joey Callan at 912-
832-6048, or send email to
callanjoseph@hotmail.com.




I thank Starke Rescue for
:taking my husband,
Randy Hau, to Lake City
VA. Hospital. I thank the
Lake City VA. for rushing
him to Shands in
Gainesville. He had a
ruptured aorta. I thank all
of the doctors that did the
surgery. I had four
different surgeons tell me
he is not supposed to be
alive. I thank the people
of Safe Harbor Church
for their love and
kindness. I am thankful
for the prayers of the
many people in Starke
and other areas. I thank
all of the churches that
prayed for us. I thank the
pastors that prayed for
Randy at the hospital. It
is a miracle he is with us.
Lois Hau


This past year was
memorable in that Marshall
was able to wrestle for Clay
High School after so many
wrestling events in which he
participated as an individual.
"It was nice," he said. "I was
finally on a team. It was nice
to have the camaraderie with
my teammates. It was nice to
have people other than my
coach rooting for me."
Marshall, who currently
wrestles in the 152-pound
class, will compete in the
Disney Duals Tournament as a
member of the Green Cove
Springs Wrestling Club two
weeks after participating in the
Cadet National Duals. Beyond
that, he looks forward to
moving up to the varsity level
at Clay High School and,
hopefully, winning a state title.
A trip to Fargo, N.D., in the
next couple of years might be a
possibility, Marshall said.
That's the home of the
Individual National
Championships. for both
freestyle and Greco-Roman
wrestling.
"That's where the best
wrestlers in the country go,"
Marshall said. '"Maybe in the
next couple of years I would
like to go, but I just want to
"see what it's like for me this
year on the Cadet team.",
Of course;-since wrestling
has been such a part of.his life,
Marshall wants to go on and
wrestle collegiately. He can
even see himself coaching one
day, wanting to remain
involved in the sport in some
capacity for. as long as
possible.
Who knows? By the time
he's a.coach, he may be able to
say he has experience as an
Olympi'an, which would have
meant his dream came true.
Competing as an .Olympian
is a tremendous honor in itself,
but what if Marshall not only
did so, but earned a medal as
well? It would be a fitting
culmination in a lifetime of
work.
"Every 'hour I spent in the
wrestling room and every hour
longer than anyone else I spent
in there would've been worth
it," he said. "It would've been
worth it to my parents, too,
because they want- me to get.
there. To see me.up there (on
the medal platform) would
make them proud, too."
Whatever happens, you can
be sure that Marshall will keep
working hard and giving his all
in matches, whether they be


Starke
Recreation
Department still
taking sign-ups
for day camp
The Starke Recreation
Department is still accepting
applications for its 'summer
day camp, which is open to
children 5-17. Registration
lasts through Saturday, June
I1.
Camp begins Monday, June
13, and ends Aug. 5. Camp
meets Mondays through
Friday at the RJE complex at.
1080 N. Pine St.
The cost is $400. The age
determining date is June 13,
2011.

For more information,


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essence, is what it takes to be
successful in wrestling.
."It's a combination of
having speed and strength;"
Marshall said, "but you have to
be willing to just grind it out.
Sometimes, you're going to
get hit in the face, but you've
got to just get through it. The
last three weeks alone, I've
gotten three black .eyes just


please call 904-964-6792.

Local theater
hosting a
fundraising golf
tourney June 17
The Lake Region
Community Theater is hosting
a "Make Par for the Arts" golf
tournament on Friday, June 17,
at the Starke Golf and Country
Club.
The tournament format is a
fotir-man scramble with a
shotgun start at 8:30 a.m.
Prizes will be awarded.
Lunch will be provided.
To sponsor a hole or register
to play, please call Nancy
Alvarez at 904-966-1658. You
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If you would like to keep up
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photos of Marshall as well as
his personal blogs. '
You can also help support
Marshall and his training via
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The regular scheduled meeting of
the Board of County
Commissioners is scheduledC for
June 16, 2011 at 6:30 p'.m.' in\the
Commission Meeting Room, Nrth
Wing, Bradford County
Courthouse, 945 N. Temple Ave.,
Starke, FL. A copy of the agenda
may. be obtained from the county
website www.bradfordcountyfl.gov
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Manager in the North wing of the
County Courthouse.
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BC students to
spring gala
Approximately 40 students
donned formal attire and
enjoyed food, dancing and fun
at the Bradford County school
district's first-ever spring gala
on April 29 at the Starke
Woman's Club.
The event was funded by the
Bradford Transition Academy
and was offered at no cost to
participating students.
Prior to the four-hour event,
students were treated to a day
of pampering by the Bradford-
Union Area Career Technical
Center's cbsmetology program
in the form of haircuts, formal
updos, manicures and
pedicures. During the event,
students were eligible for door
prizes in the form of Walmart
gift cards.


Spring gala attendees included (I-r) Melinda Simmons, Tanya Batten, Brandon
Rhoden and Katelyn Graves.


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4B Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section Thursday, June 9, 2011


NORTHSIDE


CHRISTIAN ACADEMY


is very proud to announce the graduation of
Thomas Alvarez, Matthew Haase,

Adrian Szylkowski and Levi Temes as the



"1a& uA2011


These students are the seventh graduating class from NCA


'V


Thomas

Alvarez


The class Valedictorian, Thomas Alvarez,
is the recipient of the Florida Medallion
Scholarship (FMS). This scholarship will
pay for a large portion of Thomas'
college. In the last three graduating
classes, nearly 40% of all graduates from
Northside Christian Academy have earned
scholarships through Florida's Bright
Futures Scholarship program. Mr. Alvarez
was also presented with the Distinguished
Christian High School Student award by
the Association of Christian Schools
International for excellence in the areas of
Academics, Athletics, Leadership, Fine
Arts, and Christian Service. Thomas has
developed a love for working with his
hands through the many mission trips in
which he's participated. Because of this,
Thomas will pursue an education and
career in construction.


Levi Temes


Matt Haase


Adrian Szylkowski


Mr. Temes, a senior transfer
from Suwannee County, quickly
got involved in NCA's athletics
program. Levi was the starting
wide receiver on the 3rd place
SECC flag football team and
started in the outfield for the
SECC Runner-up softball team.
Levi's love of the outdoors has
led him to pursue a degree' in
Criminal Justice as he plans to
go on to become a Game
Warden.


Mr. Haase participated in
football, basketball and softball.
Matt was the starting center for
football, guard for basketball
and played 3rd base in softball.
Matt plans on attending
Clearwater Christian College to
study Sports Medicine.


Mr. Szylokowski has a love for
the arts. He' enjoys music and
art. Adrian has even taught art
classes at NCA. Nicknamed the
"Polish. Assassin", he has
played center for the basketball
team. and third base for the
softball team. Adrian plans to
study Computer Graphic Design
in college.


In addition to their athletic accomplishments, Thomas, Levi, and Matt have participated in mission trips to Virginia, South Florida
and Mississippi. They are also active participants in local missions.

Northside Christian Academy offers three programs of study in high school. The General Studies Diploma meets the
Florida, Department of Education's standards for high school graduation. In addition to these standards. General
Diploma graduates must also earn one credit each in New Testament, Etymology, and Typing and one-half credit in
Florida State History. The College Preparatory Diploma is the next program level offered by NCA. Students who
graduate with this diploma have met all the requirements to earn the Florida Medallion and/or the Florida Academic
Scholarships, with the exception of the qualifying ACT/SAT scores. In addition to the state's requirements for these
scholarships, students earning the College Preparatory Diploma must also earn credits in Old Testament, World
Geography, and Speech. The final program of study is the Honors Diploma Program. This program is similar to the
College Preparatory Diploma with additional credits in Bible and Mathematics being required.


These graduates have worked hard to earn their high school diplomas.
You guys have made us very proud of you!

Remember... "Let no one look down on your youthfulness, but rather in speech, conduct, love,
faith, and purity, show yourself on example of those who believe." (1 Timothy 4:1 2)


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Thursday, Julie 9, 2011 Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section 5 5



jObituaries


Carrie Addison
LAKE BUTLER-Carrie
Mizell Addison. 79, of Lake
Butler, died Monday, June 6,
2011. at Shands UF after an
extended illness.
She v. as born in Waverly, Ga.,
and lied most of her life in
Homcsctead. She had lived in Lake
Butler for the past 15 years. She
%as the daughter of the late Olin
Scarbrou2h and Rosealie
Strickland. She and her husband
owned and operated a tomato farm
in Pro% idence for many years.
She is survived by: her husband
of 61 years, Donald Edward
Addison: two daughters, Barbara
Jean (Scott) Woodxs of Providence
and Bonnie Gail (Allan) Archer of
loinmcstead; three grandchildren
and t.wo great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held
at a later date. Archer Funeral
l onic, Inc., is in charge of
arrangements.

Sylvia Bliss
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Sylvia Ann Bliss (nee Pannell),
75, of Keystone Heights, passed
away at Windsor Manor Assisted
Living Center on Wednesday,
June 1, 2011.
She was born in Durham, N.C.,
on Dec. 4, 1935. Mrs. Bliss was
preceded in death by her father,
Paul Pannell and is survived by
her husband of 18 years, Gary
Bliss. Three children also survive
Sylvia from her first marriage:
Charlie (Nancy) Wiggs o.f
Alpharetta, Ga., Cynthia (Ruben)
Wiggs of Raleigh, N.C., and Linda
Sue Wiggs of Ashville, N.C.
She is also survived by her
grandchildren: Derek Christian
Wiggs of Athens, Ga., and
Morgan Ann Wiggs of Alpharetta.
Sylvia was a devoted wife and
mother. She was compassionate
about animals by adopting and
caring for dozens of abandoned
animals in her lifetime. She also
enjoyed gardening, dancing,
laughing, reading, and spending
time with her animals, and she
was a great cook.
A memorial service will be held
on Saturday, June 11, at 11 a.m. in
the Jbnes-Gallagher Funeral Home
chapel. The family will receive
friends one hour prior to the
service. Arrangements are under
the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.
PAID OBITUARY


Alvin Couey --

Alvin Couey
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Alvin Leon .Couey, 58, of
Keystone Heights, passed away on
Monday, May 23, 2011, at North
Florida Regional Medical Center
in Gainesville.
Mr. Couey was born in Florida
on Sunday, Sept. 21, 1952. He
was preceded in death by his
father and a brother, Michael Scott
Couey. He proudly served his
country in the U.S. Navy Reserve.
He was a lineman for Clay
Electric for over 15 years.
Memories may be sent to the
family by signing Mr. Couey's
online page at www.WattsFuneral
Homes.com.
Mr. Couey is survived by: his
-sons, Travis Couey and Cody
Couey, both of Keystone Heights;
a daughter. Holly Shobris of
Keystone Heights: his mother.
Marle V. Carter of Jacksonville:
brothers. Virgil Couey of
Marianna, and Bruce Coufey of
Jacksonville: a sister, Sandra
Couey of Hampton: and six
grandchildren.


A memorial service was held on
June 4, at All Saints Nursing
Home in Jacksonville. Simplicity
Cremation arrangements have
been entrusted to the care of Watts
Funeral Home and Cremation
Center in San Mateo.

Shannon Ellison
LAKE BUTLER-Shannon
Pearl Ellison, 32, of Lake Butler,
died suddenly from injuries
suffered in an accident in Starke
on Sunday, June 5. 2011.
She was born in Gainesville and
had lived most of her life in Lake
Butler. She was a homemaker and
a member of the Full Gospel
Assembly Church.
She is survived by: her parents,
Fredrick and Phillis Ellison of
Lake Butler: her children, Stefani
and Lindsey Brook Nash of Lake
Butler; her fiance, Jason Nash; her
sister, Patty (Josh) Andrews of
Lake Butler; and two nephews.
Funeral services will be held on
Thursday, June 9, at 11 a.m. in the
chapel of Archer Funeral Home of
Lake Butler with Pastor Marvin
Sellers officiating. Family will
receive friends beginning at 9:45
a.m. at the funeral home Thursday
morning until services start.


Jeneva Flynn
STARKE-Jeneva McAteer
Flynn, 82, of Starke, died on
Sunday, June 5, 2011, at her
residence. Mrs. Flynn was born on
Jan. 17, 1929, in Tampa to the late
Reginald'and Emma Mae Jordon
McAteer and moved to Starke in
1956.
Prior to retirement, she served
as supervisor of elections for
Bradford Couifty for 29 years.
She is'survived by: her husband
of 57 years, George Flynn Jr. of
Starke; a daughter, Neva Jayne
(Jerry) Kidd of Tallahassee; sons,
James R. ."IReggie" Flynn of
Starke and George G'ray (Michelle
S.) Flynn of Orange Park; and four
grandchildren.
Memorial services for Mrs.
Flynn will be held on Thursday,
June 9, at 10 a.m. in the Dewitt C.
Jones chapel in Starke with Pastor
Mike Moore officiating. Please
omit flowers and make
contributions to the First United
Methodist Church of Starke, PO
Box 157, Starkej FL 32091, or the
American Heart Association, 3801
NW 401h Terr., Gainesville, FL
32606. Arrangements are by
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of
Starke. Online condolences may
be left at www.jonesgallagher
fh.com.

Geraldine Knight
BROOKER-Geraldine M.
Knight, 81. of Brooker, died at her
home on Tuesday, June'7. 2011,


after an extended illness. She was
a lifelong resident of Brooker.
Mrs. Knight was the daughter
of the late John H. and Martha
Jane McNeal. She was preceded in
death by: her husband of 49 years.
James D. Knight Sr.: and a son,
David Knight. She was a member
of the Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints Starke Ward.
She is survived by: three,
daughters, Thelma McQaig and
Donna Tetstone. both of Brooker,
and Alice Sanford of Orlando; five
sons. James Knight of
Jacksonville. Roy E. (Bethaney)
Knight of Kentucky. Jack Knight
of Brooker. John Knight- of
Brooker and Richard (Priscilla)
Knight of Lake Butler; a sister,
Jeanette Williams of Maryland; 16
grandchildren, 20 great-
grandchildren and four great-
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held on
Saturday, June I1, at the Old Oak
Grove Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints at 11 a.m. Burial
will follow under the care of
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler. Family will receive friends
at the funeral home from 6-8 p.m.
on Friday, June 10. '

Shirlie Lakes
STARKE-Shirlie Sanders
Lakes, 76, of Starke, died
Wednesday, June 1, 2011, at E.T.
York Hospice House with family
by her side. She was born ,in
Walterboro, S.C., on March 2,
1935, to the late James Edward
Sanders and Lucilo Bennett
Sanders.
She was preceded in death by:
her two brothers, three sisters, and
her grandson, Brett McLaughlin.
She is survived by: her husband of
58 years, Jack Lakes; her children,
Jack Benjamin Lakes Jr., Karen
Lakes Mooneyhan, Janet Lakes
Kittinger, Randall Michael Lakes,
and James Gregory Lakes; her two
sisters; seven "grandchildren and
one great-granddaughter.
Funeral services were held on
June 6 at Archie Tanner Funeral
Services with Jere Underwood-
officiating. Interment was held at :
Jacksonville National Cemetery.
Arrangements are under the care
of Archie Tanner Funeral Services'
of Starke. Visit www.archietanner
funeralservices.com to sign the
family's guest book.

Clarence Mitchell
STARKE-Clarence "Popcorn"
Lewis Mitchell, 64, of Starke, died
on Sunday, June 5, 2011, at
Malcolm Randall VA Medical
Center in Gainesville.
Mr. Mitchell was born in Starke
on Oct. 3, 1946, and attended the
local schools. He enlisted, in the
United States Army.
Mr. Mitchell is survived by: a
son, Antwan Mitchell of Starke; a
brother, Simon HK Mitchell of
Starke; sisters, Nancy Mitchell
and Clarnell Hudson, both of
Starke, Carnell Johnson of
Milwaukee, Wis., and Vicki
Holmes of Canden, Ark.; and two
grandchildren.
Wake services will be held on
Friday, June 10, at Mt. Pisgah
AME Church in Starke. The
family will receive friends from 5-
8 p.m. Funeral services for Mr.
Mitchell will be held on Saturday,
June 11, at I1I a.m. at Mt. Pisgah
AME Church in Starke with the
Rev. Gary Slaughter conducting
the services. Eulogy will be given
by the Rev. Mark Griffin of
Wayman Chapel AME. The
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She was the wife of the late Louis
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She was born on Aug. 10, 1915,
in Simsbury, Conn., the daughter
of the late Carroll H. and Anna
McGregor Brown. She spent the
first part of her life living in
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years at Travelers Insurance
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Heights where she was a member
of the Melrose Women's Club.
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Virginia (George) Wilcox of
Grand Isle, Vt. and Nancy (Gene)
Field of Wethersfield, with whom
she most recently lived; her sister,
Janet Holcomb of Granby, Conn.;
six grandchildren, 27 great-
grandchildren and many, many
great-great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by: a
daughter, Judith Boyd; and two
grandchildren, Bruce Nelson and-
Tracy Seymour.
Funeral services are private and
she will be buried in Keystone
Heights. D'Esopo Funeral Chapel
of Wethersfield, Conn., is
assisting the family with
arrangements. Memorial
contributions may be made to
VNA of Central Connecticut -
Hospice, 56 West Main St.,
Plainville, CT.06062. For online
expressions of sympathy, please
visit www.desopo.com.

Mary Taylor
LAWTEY-Mary Frances
Taylor, 81, of Lawtey, died
Tuesday, June 7, 201 1, at Shands
Starke. She was born in Miami on
March 31, 1930, to the late O.C.
Whitworth and Merril Wetstone
Whitworth. .
She had been a resident of
Lawtey since 1990 after moving
from Texas. She was preceded in
death by: her husband, Louie
Edward Taylor; her son, Robert
Edward Taylor; her daughter,
Mary Eloise Taylor; her brothers,
Waylin and David Whitworth; and
her granddaughter, Brandy Lynn
Taylor.
.She, is survived by: her
children, Donald "Donnie" Taylor
of Keystone Heights, Susan
(Arnold) Brice of Lawtey, and
Sheryl Richardson of Lawtey; her
brother, Luke (Sue) Whitworth of
Lake Placid; her seven
grandchildren and 13 great-
grandchildren.
Memorial services will be held
at a later date. Arrangements are
under the care and direction of
Archie Tanner Funeral Services of
Starke. Visit www.archietanner
funeralservices.com to sign the
family's guest book.

Gary Ward
LAWTEY-Gary Elvin Ward,
49, of Lawtey, died on Saturday,
May 28, 2011. He was born in
Jacksonville on May 2, 1962, to
Elvin H. Ward and the late Ada


Eye Ward. He was employed at
River's RV and Bus in
Jacksonville as a mechanic.
He is survived by: his wife,
Nettie Sue Ward of Lawtey; his
father, Elvin H. Ward; his
stepmother, Patricia Ward; his
stepchildren, Staci L. Preston,
Bobbi Jo Church and Robert
Eugene Church; his sister, Wanda
Gamble; and a granddaughter.
Arrangements are under the
care of Archie Tanner Funeral
Services of Starke. In lieu of
flowers, please make donations to
the funeral home or family to
assist with expenses. Visit
www.archietannerfuneralservices.
com to sign the family's guest
book.

Mary Weaver
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Mary Margaret Weaver, 85, of
Keystone Heights, died
Wednesday, May 25, 2011, at
Shands at Starke Hospital.
Mrs. Weaver was born in Meigs
County, Ohio, on May 1, 1926, to
* the late Ross and Marie Camahan
Norris. She had been a'resident of
Keystone Heights for the past six
years and was a homemaker.
'She was preceded in death by:
her daughter, Susan Lightfoot; a
grandson, Michael Lightfoot; a
brother, Carroll Norris,.and an
infant sister, Rachel Norris.
She is survived by: her husband
of 64 years, Richard Weaver; and
their children, Roger (Cathy)
Weaver of Keystone Heights,
Theresa (Randy) Pressley of
Syracuse, Ohio, and Phil Weaver
of Hartford, W.V.; her siblings,
Virgil Norris of ML Vernon, Ohio,
and Opal (Jim) Betz of Gallipolis,
Ohio; and nine grandchildren.
There will be no local services
held. Burial will be at the Letart
Falls Cemetery in Meigs County,
Ohio. Arrangements are under the
care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home of Keystone Heights.

Catherine Wyman
JACKSONVILLE-Catherine
Rose Johns Wyman, 85, of
Jacksonville, passed away on
Monday, May 30, ,201f. She was
born on April 17, 1926, to Lee and
Bettie Johns ifi Bradford County..
She was a member of Franklin
Street Baptist Church in
Jacksonville.
Cattie retired after 40. years of
service from King Edward Cigar
where she also served as union
president.


She was preceded in death by:
her parents; her husband, Charles:
her three sisters and two brothers.,
She is survived by: several nieces
and nephews, including Betty
(Harley) Hazen of Starke, Gene
(Jean) Norman and Ronnie
(Corkie) Norman, all of Lawtey:
and their families.'
Cattie was a very special wife,
sister and aunt and will be truly
missed. We were all blessed to-
have her in our family.
Graveside services were held
on June 2 at Evergreen Cemetery
in Jacksonville with Pastor Perry
Fruscella officiating.
Arrangements were under the care
of Watson Funeral Home of
Trenton.
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4 Union County athletes sign letters-of-intent in 4 sports


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Baseball was not the only
sport in the .,potlight during a
May 26 scholarship-signing
ceremony/pep rally at Union
County High School as four
student-athletes signed letters-
of-intent in the sports of
football, volleyball, basketball
and softball:
"It's what I've been waiting
for ihr,,'ugh all four years of
high school," football played
Justin Tyson said in the
ceremony's aftermath.
Five baseball players-
featured in the June 2 edition
of the Telegraph-Times-
Monitor-made up the bulk of
the May 26 signing, but
Tyson, Linsey Clark
(volleyball), Anbreyal
"Amber" Stewart (basketball)


and Ciara Thornton (softball)
also participated, signing the
necessary paperwork to further
their educations and playing
careers.
There was a mixture of
feelings. Stewart said she was
both excited and nervous.
Thornton expressed gratitude.
"I'm just thankful for
everything God's given me,"
Thornton said.
Thornton will travel farther
from home than her other
fellow signees, choosing
Brown Mackie College in
Kansas as her destination after
high school graduation.
"I never thought I'd be
signing with a school,
especially one ,so far away in
Kansas," she said. "It's just
very exciting."
Thornton compiled an 11-5


record this past season as a
pitcher with the Tigers, She
pitched 91.1 innings and had
an ERA of 3.30.
Linsey Clark, "She worked hard during the
who signed a season," Union head softball
who signed coach Trudy Andrews said.
letter-of-intent "She worked hard on her
to play pitches. She worked at home.
volleyball at She and her dad worked all the
Coastal time together."
Georgia, is Thornton's work ethic will,
joined by help her adjust to the rigors of
parents Mary playing the sport in college,
Andrews and Andrews said. Thornton, for
Clayton Clark, her part, said she realizes she'll
and little Layla have to adjust to a level
Alexander. entirely different from high
school.
"I definitely have to step up
speed-wise and work at lot on
my pitches because it's a
different level," Thornton said.
"Girls are going to be hitting
harder and running faster."
Thornton brings more to the
field than pitching skills,
Andrews said.
"She'll bring leadership,"'
Andrews said. "When she's
pumped and excited, and going
for it, those girls, just rally
around her."
It'll be a different set of
players around her now, but
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feel right at home at Brown
Mackie. That was the
impression she got .upon her
visit to the campus.
"Overall, it's kind of like a
big Lake Butler, so I kind of
felt at home," she said. "It's
just homey."
Tyson said the campus and
community of his college
choice reminded him of Lake
Butler as well. Unlike
Thornton, though, he will
remain in Florida, signing a
letter-of-intent to play football
at Webber ',"* International
University in Babson Park.
"I had a few other choices
out of state, but Webber is a
great school and close to
home," said Tyson, a running
back who rushed for 825 yards
in six games last season.
Union head football coach
Ronny Pruitt said some
schools passed on Tyson
because he was late getting his
qualifying test scores, but their
loss will be Webber's gain.
"They're getting a great
kid," Pruitt said. "He's going
to do right and give everything
he's got."
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seems nothing is there against
the opposing defense, Tyson
will surprise you by breaking
out of the pack for a gain.
"He runs every play to its
fullest," Pruitt said.
Such an all-out effort
describes Clark as well, if you
ask Andrews, who is also the
Union head volleyball coach.
Andrews said Clark's work in
the offseason playing on a club
team has now paid off in a,
scholarship offer from the
College of Coastal Georgia in
Brunswick.
"There's probably not
another athlete out there that's
worked as hard as she has,"
Andrews said. .
Clark said she felt blrssed to
have this opportunity, viewing
it as a rarity.
"It's really exciting,
especially because a lot of
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have the opportunity to go
somewhere and play."
At Coastal Georgia, Clark
will join a volleyball program
that is just beginning. She likes
the idea of being on a school's
inaugural team and helping to
establish a program.
"I really believe in all the
morals and values that they're
putting behind it and the way
they're trying to build it," she
said. "I really wanted to be a
part of it."
Clark, a middle blocker who
tallied 133 kills, 68 blocks and
116 service points last season,
amazed Andrews at times with
her play.
"Sometimes she comes out
of nowhere and blocks a ball
you think is going to be a kill
for the other team," said

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Justin Tyson,
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football at
Webber
International
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Edwards and
his mother,
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Watson.


Anbreyal
Stewart, who
will play
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Gloria and
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Starke Rotarians continue support of education
The Rotary Club of Starke presented a $4,000 check to Take Stock in Children of Bradford County, which will help
*purchase a four-year college scholarship for a rising sixth-grader to work toward and use after high school
graduation. This year, Take Stock in Children was able to purchase three of the four-year scholarships for
.upcoming sixth-graders, investing approximately $23,000 toward the education of Bradford County students. The
state provides matching amounts to complete the scholarships. The Rotary Club already sponsors scholarships
with an endowment fund at Santa Fe College, and members were excited to help the Take Stock in Children
program. Pictured are: (front, I-r) Mike Ricks, Communities in Schools of Bradford County Director Jim Biggs,
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a color associated with royalty.
The spotlight shines on
consumers this day as bright as
on any royal wedding as each
one has his or her name called
to accept a certificate in front
of his or her peers. Certificates
bear the words "best," "most"
or "greatest" in recognizing
any number of qualities,
whether it be a person's smile,
happy-go-lucky nature or
propensity to give loving hugs.
Some consumers are
recognized\for their ability to
perform a certain skill, such as
painting. Some are recognized
for their love of a particular
food or soft drink..
Whatever a particular
consumer was recognized for,


Ronald Bayliss
shows off his
certificate for
being the "Best
Hall Monitor."
Such
certificates
make up the
high point of
the Arc of
Bradford
County's
annual Purple
Day.


Krystal Hall (right), who handed out the certificates,
gets a grateful hug from Mary Witt.


more often than not, it resulted
in a broad smile that warmed
the room: Sherry Ruszkowski,.
the executive director of the
Arc of Bradford County, said
receiving the certificates is
what the consumers look
forward to the most on Purple'
Day.
"It's the most important part
of the day for them," she said.
The day also includes such
activities as .:playing games of
hot potato in which the
"potato" in question is really a
wrapped gift that the person
who is "out" when the music
,stops gets to keep.
By far, the consumers'
favorite activity is the dunking
booth. Some of the consumers
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Andrews, adding, "It's
amazing how well she attacks.
If it's a bad set, she makes it
work somehow."
Andrews said it has been fun
to watch Clark grow as a
player. Union head girls'
basketball coach Lee Clark can
say the same thing about
Stewart, who signed a letter-
of-intent to play at Flagler
College in Saint Augustine.
Clark has coached Stewart for
only one year, but has kno6Wn
her for approximately 10 as
Stewart is related to his wife.
In fact, Clark said Stewart
would take part in games
invovling him and her father.
"We'd be out there battling
each other, and she'd be out
there with us playing," Clark
said. "I always knew she was
going to be a special player as
she developed."
What she developed into
was -quite a scorer. She
averaged approximately 24
points -per game this past
season, scoring more than 30
points three times, including a
40-point outing. As a junior,
Stewart, who once scored 47
points in a game, .had six
games in which she scored 30
or more points.
"I've never seen a girl who
can shoot like she can," Clark
said. "She can score with the
best of them. She's developed
over the last couple of years
the ability to get to the basket,
but most important, she's got
just a great mid-range jump
shot."
For her part, Stewart is not
lacking in confidence
concerning her offensive
game. She believes she can
break the 40-point mark in
college, saying, "I'm not
worried about my offense."
However, Stewart .admitted


TJ i m


she does need to work on
improving her defensive game.
Clark said that-along with
improving her foot speed-is
what will make Stewart a
success at the collegiate level.
"Her offense will get her a
long ways," Clark said, "but to
get to that next level, she's
going to have to increase in
those two areas."
Clark has no doubt Stewart
can make those improvements.
She has worked hard up to this
point and has tremendous
support from her family.
That's one of the reasons
Flagler is a good fit.
"It's close to home, so she
can still get that family
support," Clark said. "I think
it's a great opportunity for her
to be special."
Stewart said it is nice to be
able to go to a college close to
home, but Flagler is simply a
school that meets all the
criteria she wants in a school.
"It's just a nice school all
around," Stewart said. "It's got
a great academic program."
Stewart admitted she will be
a little scared stepping onto the
court for the first time as a
college player. Her fellow
UCHS signees also believed
they will feel the same way
when they start their college
careers.
"It'll be just like it felt in my
freshman year of high school,"
Tyson said. "I'll be real
nervous. I'll have the jitters."
Thornton said, "There will
be a million things running
through my mind. I'll just want
to do my best."
Linsey Clark tried to project
herself to that point in her
future, but admitted, "I don't
even know. I can't imagine
what it's going to be like."
She knows one thing-she's
ready for this next chapter of
her life.
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Thursday, June 9, 2011 *Telegraph, Times & Monitor C Section


Bradford
Republican
committee
meets Thursday
The Bradford County
Republican Executive
Committee will meet
Thursday,June 9, at 7 p.m. in
the boardroom of Capital City
Bank in Starke.
The upcoming Presidency 5
and how\ you as a registered
Republican may be eligible to
serve as a delegate will be
discussed. The deadline to
register is Friday, June 10.
If you are a registered.
Republican, now is the time to
join the Bradfo.-d County
Republican Executive
Committee. Precinct chairman
are still needed in some areas.
If you or anyone you know is
interested in getting involved,
please come and bring them
with you to this meeting.
For more information about
being a precinct representative
or about how to become a
Presidency 5 delegate, contact
Bradford County Republican
Executive Committee
Chairman David Dodge at
352-222-8609, or visit the
websites www.bradfordgop.
org. or www.presidency5.com.


participation of more than
3,000 Florida Republican
delegates. Those candidates
w ho perform well at
Presidency 5 will launch their
campaigns to the forefront of
the presidential race.
This is a can't-miss event for
Republican actihists,- local and
state Republican officials,
candidates and presidential
hopefuls. Any Bradford
County Republican who was
registered in Florida before
Feb. I, 2011, has an
opportunity to become a
delegate. In order to do so, one
must apply via the Web site
www.presidency5 .com.
The deadline to register is
June 10.
The final selection for
Bradford County delegates
will be held July 14 during the
regular meeting of the
Bradford County Republican
Executive Committee. This
meeting will be held at 5 p.m.
in the community room at
Capital City Bank of Starke.
For more information on
delegate registration, please
contact David Dodge, the chair
of the Bradford County
Republican Executive
Committee, at 352-222-8609,
or visit the Web site
www.bradfordgop.org.


Presidency 5 is Public invited to
tAI ..I,, IA/ -%. I1


a 'can't-miss'
event for
Republicans
' Florida will bear witness to
the only event of its kind in the
nation Sept. 22-24-
Presidency 5. The crown jewel
of Presidency 5 is the Florida
straw poll, featuring the


vvunu varl II
history program
on June 14 at
Bradford library.
The public is invited to a
free, oral history program on
Flag Day, June 14,at 6 p.m. at
the Bradford County Library.
The event is being hosted by


the Friends of the Bradford
Count\ Library. The event will
feature three long-time
Bradford residents who will
reminisce about life in the
county during World War II.
The event will be recorded
and, hopefully, will be the first
of many events that will focus
on capturing and preserving
our local history.
Impoverished. and
struggling, residents of
Bradford County couldn't wait
for the Great Depression to
end. Then came World War
II, and Bradford residents were
catapulted into an era marked
by economic opportunity and
social change. Thousands of
soldiers and a host of
commercial contractors
descended on the city of
Starke, altering the very fabric
of the lives of everyone in the
community. New jobs,
rationing of goods,, recruits
from all over the nation; sons
and daughters leaving to serve
our country in foreign lands
provide the backdrop for many
untold experiences of those
who lived it. These stories
need to be told, enjoyed and
preserved.
Join the Friends of the
Bradford County Public
Library to hear, Buster Rahn
and Arthur and Minnie
Redding reminisce about their
experiences during* this fast-
paced, exciting and frightening
time in our history.
Rahn and Arthur Redding
are both World War II
veterans. Minnie Redding
served as all U.S. citizens did:
hoping, praying and working
to maintain our society as she
supported the war effort. Rahnm
is a frequent editorialist for the
"Bradford County Telegraph"-
and is regarded as a local.


historian.: The Reddings, long-
time natives of Bradford
County, remember life in the
county that few can claim to
know. Arthur served as a local
barber during his career.
Minnie is well known for her
quilting skills.
UF/IFAS Bradford County
Extension is an equal-
opportunity institution.
Article submitted by
extension agent Jim DeValerio
(904-966-6299).
Starke
Recreation
adult co-ed
softball meeting
set for June 20
The Starke Recreation
Department has scheduled a
meeting for its adult co-ed
softball league on Monday,
June 20, at. 6' p.m. at the
department's Thomas Street
center.
Please call 904-964-6792 for
more information.
Bradford Master
Gardeners to
host June 21
open house
If you want to learn more
about growing plants in
northeast Florida, have
questions about your lawn,
landscape or vegetable garden,
or enjoy teaching others to
grow plants and solve plant
problems, you may want to
consider becoming a Florida
Master Gardener.
The University of Florida
Cooperative Extension
Service/Institute Kf Food and'


Agricultural Sciences -is
offering a Master Gardenere:
class-starting in August, but an
open house will be held at the
Bradford County extension
office (2266 N. Temple Ave.)
on Tuesday, June 21, from 6
p.m. until 7:30 p.m. Master
Gardeners will be present to
answer questions -and give
insight into the program.'
If you can't attend the open
house, but are interested in
joining the program, call the
extension office at 904-966-
6299, or stop by to. pick up an
application packet by 4:30
p.m. Friday, June 24.
Interviews will be held on
Wednesday, June 29, and
Thursday, June 30. Please call
and set up an appointment for
an interview for one of those
days.
The Master Gardener title is
given to individuals who
receive this in-depth
horticultural training from
county extension agents and,
in return, agree to give 75
hours of volunteer service,
helping their local county
extension office.
Master Gardener training
will be held on Wednesdays
beginning Aug. 3 and' ending
Oct. 5. Training sessions begin
at .9:30 a.m. and end at 3:30


601 E. Call St.
Hwy. 230, Starke


.p.m. each Wednesday.
The cost to attend the
program is $55, or $80 for
couples.
Training includes topics
such as basic plant science,
entomology (insects), .plant
pathology (diseases)
nematology, vegetable
gardening, fruit culture,
annuals/perennials, woody
ornamentals, turf management,
plant propagation, animal pest
control, Florida-friendly
landscaping, irrigation design
and maintenance, and use of
common landscape plants.
Master Gardeners give their
volunteer hours to county
extension offices in many
ways. Bradford County Master
Gardeners may conduct plant
clinics, teach school-aged
youth about plants, plant and
maintain demonstration
gardens, teach groups about
landscape techniques to protect
the environment, work with
school garden projects, and
assist with city beautification
projects.
The University of Florida
Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences is an
equal opportunity institution.
Submitted by Extension
Agent Jim DeValerio who can
be reached at 904-966-6299.


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RIGHT: Richard Miller
and Rufus Rogers enjoy
playing with paper
Chinese yo-yos.
BELOW: Chuck Kramer
showed up and
promptly got dunked by
several consumers.


ran (right) has a laugh as Perry Sutton gets stuck with the "hot potato."


PURPLE
Continued from Page 2C

precariously above the water,
but most line up to take their
shots at dunking Arc
Operations Director Tony
Sellars or WEAG radio
personality Chuck Kramer, a
member of the Arc's board of
directors who always makes it
a point to drop by for a while
and get wet.
Throw in lunch-capped by
the perfect summertime treat in
watermelon-and it makes for
a pretty grand day.
Make that a royal day, set
aside for people who make
their marks upon life and
contribute just like the rest of
us.
"So many times, people talk
about disabilities when we
should really be focusing on
their abilities and what they
bring to the community,"
Ruszkowski said.
The Arc of Bradford County
provides services and supports
for approximately 90
individuals with varying


Bernestine Scott smiles as the "hot potato" finds itself
in her hands when the music stops.


disabilities. Services include
adult day training, residential
services, community
employment and supported-
living services.


To learn more about the Arc
of Bradford County, please
visit the website
www .arcoftradford.org.


Chrissy Richardson gives her best throw in an attempt to sink Tony Sellars in the
dunk tank. Pictured behind her are Chris Balance, Willis Bear, Chris Miller and
Carol Baldwin.


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Worthington Springs.
$550/mo., first, last, $300
deposit. 386-496-1146.
RENTERS WANTED/
HAMPTON 2006 Ranch
Style Fleetwood on 2
acres, large oaks. Good
shade 4BR/2BA, 32x80
living room, fireplace,
,den. Rent to own-Buy.
No to low down payment,
$590/mo. 904-589-9585.
RENTERS WANTED /
LAKE BUTLER. 2005
28x80 4BR/2BA, living
room, den, fireplace on 2
acre lot. Completely land-
scaped shme shows like
new. Owner has financing
or rent to own $495/mo.
904-589-9585.
MOBILE HOME for rent. In
good condition. For more
information call, 904-9640
5006 or 904-422-8959.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MO-
BILE HOME for rent 2 and
3 bedrooms. First month,
and security. Call Rick at
352-235-0506.
FOR -RENT 2BR Apart-
ment downtown Starke,

Orangewood Apartments
801 South Water Street
Starke, FL 32091
904-964-42t14-=. :
TDDITTY711y -. '
Accepting Applications!
Rental Assistance!
1, 2, & 3 bedroomHC&
Non-HC accessible
apartments.
"This institution is an equal
opportunity provider, and employer.'
'Equal Housing opportunity'
*_


all utilities included. $650
per month. Call Joan at
904-964-4303.
PERMANENT ROOMS
for rent at the Magnolia
Hotel Both refrigerator
and microwave. Special
rates, by the month. Call
904-964-4303 for more
information.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to prison.
Call 352-468-1323.
SPECIAL 1 MONTH RENT
FREE! Nice, newly reno-
vated 2 & 3 BR mobile
homes in Starke/Lake
Butler Deposit required.
Call 678-438-6828 or
678-438-2865.
MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT starting at $525
per month. Hidden Oaks.
Lake Butler. Call 386-
496-8111.
2BR/1BA COTTAGE 1st &
sec. deposit, $525. Lake
Geneva area. Call 352-
473-29,9.
NEW 3BR/2BA HOME, CH/
A with all kitchen appli-
ances, extremely energy
efficient home $950/
mo., first, last & security
deposit required. Call
352-745-1189 or 904-
964-8431.
REMODELED ONE BR
MOBILE, on private land.
Fully furnished, incls. TV.
$275. Cute little place
ideal one person, senior
discount .Keystone Hts.
352-473-5745.



STAKE, APARTMENT,
2ND FLOOR,1BR/1BA,
large living room, CH/A
kitchen/appliances, win-
dow coverings, washer/
dryer, lovely enclosed
porch, immacUlate, small
second bedroom. $425/
mo. first, last and security,
year lease. Dixon Rent-
als, 352-588-0013 for
application.
SETTLE FOR THE SUM-
MER!- 2BR/2BA MH.
Eat in kit., large liv. room,
CH/A. In the town of Key-
stone. $495/mo. $600
security deposit, yearly
lease. Credit approval
required. Call for more
info. 352-258-3898.
WHISPERING OAKS
APARTMENTS "Splash
into a new home" 3/2 only
$659 per month, 2/2 only
$619 per month. 4/2 only


$729 per month. Subside
units available. Security
deposit $199 (with av-
erage credit). Washer
& dryer hook-ups, pool,
computer room, fitness
center, walking distance
to school & pets welcome!
Call 904-368-0007.
2B/2BA MOBILE HOME, on
two acres. $500 deposit,
$400/mth rent. New AC
unit. Call 904-364-6405.
NICE LOCATION 3BR/2BA
MH CH/A $650/Mo, first,
and last. Call 904-964-
3595.
STARKE, APT, 2BR/1BA sit
down kitchen/appliances.
living room, washer/dryer,
screened back porch, CH/
Window coverings. Year
lease, $550 per month,
1st, last & security. Call
Dixon Rentals at 352-588-
0013 for application.
TRAILER IN COUNTRY,
singlewide 3BR/2BA.
Newly remodeled, CH/A,
Mini blinds throughout,
wood deck $475/mo. plus
deposit. SE 49th Ave.
Starke. Senior discount,
call 904-571-6561 or 352-
468-1093.
4BR/2BA DOUBLEWIDE
MOBILE HOME on 3
acres of land in Raiford.
$850/mo. $500/sec. Call
Mike at 904-626-5721 or
904-259-4891.
STARKE, really nice 1BR/
1 BA duplex, new carpet,
remodeled. 904-997-
1093.
IN LAWTEY 4BR/2BACH/A,
water softner. $750/mo.,
first last, $200 deposit.
Call 904-364-9869.
2BR/1BA APT. HAMPTON
LAKE. $800/mo. includes
utilities, internet. Call 352-
339-6504 or 352-339-
6506.

Southern Villas of
Starke Apts.
$199
Move-in Special
1 & 2 BR HC & non-HC
apartments. Central ad
heat, on-site laundry,
playground, private and
quiet atmosphere. Located
on SR-16, 1001 Southern
Villas Dr., Starke, FL or call
904-964-7295. TDDITTY
711. "This institution is an
equal opportunity provider
and employer."


r KEYSTONE VILLAGE APARTMENT






Convenient to shopping, restaurant, boat ramps,
Keysione Heights public beach, schools, banks
& medical facilities All units have additional outside storage
Full carpeting and vinyl iloonng
Central air conditioning and heating Custom cabinets
Ample parking One story only no stairs to climb
Lovely landscaping Patios & Porches for outdoor living
Convenient laundry facilities
418 S.E. 41st Loop in Keystone Club Estates
& (Next to the Golf Course)
Handicapped Come in and see us or call us at 352 473-3682 L
HandicappedEQUAL HOUSING
Equipped TDD dial 711 OPPORTUNGIN
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For Union County
Keystone and
Melrose readers.
Yard sales are a
trtr Vatw tn t"a idl


2BR/1BA, LARGE YARD,
all new paint, CH/A, very
clean, quiet area $470/
mo. plus deposit. Call
904-364-8301.
2BR/1BA SWMH, outside
city limits. $475/mo. plus.
deposit. 352-235-6319.
2BR/2BA SWMH on Deer-
Springs, deck, handicap
ramp, all new carpet,
paint, carport. $650/mo.
first, last, security Refer-
ences, and prior rentals
required. Call 352-278-
4274 for appointment.
3BR/2BA MOBILE HOME.
$600/mo. Call 904-964-
5393 anytime, or 904-
364-6971'after five.
FOR SALE OR RENT home
located in city limits.
3BR/1BA on 1/2 acre
lot. Newer home built in
2004. Asking $78,000
or rent $600/mo. $250
security deposit. Call Jeff
at 352-538-1835 or John
at 352-745-0310.
FOR SALE OR RENT- Home
located in private dead
end street just on outskirts
of city limits. 3BR/2BA
newly renovated. Asking
$93,009,r rent $700/mo. $
300 security deposit. Call
Jeff at 352-538-1835 or
John at 352-745-0310.
1BR/1BA fully furniished
Apt. Keystone Heights
area on lake. $375-$500
negotiable. Call for more
info. 352-473-7769 or
352-283-2202.


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Animals and
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FREE PUPPIES, call 904-
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COMMUNITY YARD SALE.
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June 25. Keystone Village
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Household, children's
toys, & more.
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8am.-? South 121 across
from Lake Butler riding
club, follow signs. Furni-
ture, pictures, household,
dolls, rugs, bridal gown,
size 14.
55
Wanted
CASH FOR JUNK cars $200
& up. Free pick up, run-
ning or not. Call 352-
771-6191.
57
For Sale
JAZZY POWER CHAIR,
$350, 1 1/2 years old.
Good condition. Call Jerry
@ 386-328-4788.
59
Personal
Services
LAWN MAINTENANCE,
grass cuts, weed eat-
ing and hedging. Great
prices! Call Johnathan
904-364-6888.
CAREGIVER OR COMPAN-
ION, takes care of loved


ones, your house or mine.
Lots of experience. Call
352-475-1838.
NEED AFFORDABLE, reli-
able, honest private home
health care? Call us any
day, any hour. 904-966-
1188 or 904-364-3123.
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 $200.
Call 904-219-9365 or 904-
782-9822.
63
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program. Financial
aid if qualified Job
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65
Help Wanted
HOME HEALTH Aides need-
ed in Keystone Heights
with current background
and health statement. Fax
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or call 904 527-2030,
M-F, 9-4.
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Must have excellent com-
puter skills with extensive
knowledge in Outlook,
Microsoft Word and Excel.
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able to work a minimum
of 40 hours per week
plus some overtime when
needed. Company offers
health insurance, 401K
and profit sharing. Send
resume to PO Box 230, -
Hampton, FL 32044.
UNION COUNTY SCHOOL
BOARD, bus drivers
needed. 40 hours cert.
class provided. Please
call Mike or Trish 386-
496-2182.


SHANDS STARKE RE-
GIONAL MEDICAL CEN-
TER has the following
immediate openings: Re-
source Manager-FfT, cur-
rent FL RN. license, BSN
preferred with 2 years
hospital setting required
Competitive salary and
benefit package. Apply:
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al Medical Center, 922
East Call St., Starke, FL
32091, (904)368-2300.
EOE, M/FNI/D, Drug-free
workplace.
WAREHOUSE application
being accepted. Apply
at Gator II Farm Sup-
ply. South of Starke on
Hwy. 301. HS Diploma
required.
LIVE-IN HOTEL Manager/
Operate small hotel, to
include some mainte-
nance, cleaning, etc. Live
in apartment, send quali,
fiction to P.O. Drawer A.
Starke, Fl 32091.
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Chamber of Commerce at (904) 964-
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SPECIALIST TEACHER
PREPARATION ACADEMY
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The primary responsibilities of the
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FGC are to act as a Career Pathways
(CP) liaison between the college and
five school districts in the service
area, administer CP testing, oversight
of CP student articulation information,
help with budgeting and planning of
consortium funds, routine travel to
district sites to meet with CTE
students and teacher, and provide
instruction/training to the Career and
Technical Education (CTE) classroom
teachers in the region. The person in
this position is expected to allocate
time for scheduled training,
presenting to CTE faculty and
students, office hours during which
the students may have access to the
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which would include some evenings,
and for planning and support for
programs in the Occupational
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area and have public pre K-12
teaching experience. Valid Florida
driver's license.
Salary: $37,500 annually, plus benefits
Application Deadline: 6/24/11
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available on web at:
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149 S.E. College Place
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following opening:

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Incumbent will be trained to safely
operate chemical production processes.
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6C Telegraph, Times & Monitor C Section -Thursday, June 9, 2011
PAID ADVERTISEMENT


HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE CASH IN ON

MODERN DAY GOLD RUSH!


By Jason Delong
STAFF WRITER

Yesterday at the Holiday Inn, hundreds lined
up to cash in antiques, ,:: -: L -:., gold and jew-
elry at '- Treasure Hunters Roadshow. The free
event is in Lake City -a.' week, buying gold, sil-
ver, 'antiques and collectibles. One visitor I spoke
witl, yesterday said, "It's unbelievable, I brought
in some old coins that had been in a little cigar
box for years and some old herringbone necklac-
es-in less than fifteen minutes I left with a check
for $700. That stuff has been in my jewelry box












and dresser for at least 20 years." Ar.:..ih-i gentle-
man brought in an old Fender guii.ij his father
had bought years ago. The man said, "Dad 'had
less than fifty bucks in that guiiiir The Roadshow
specialist that assisted him made a few phone
calls and a veterinarian in Seattle, Washington
bought the guitar for $5,700.00. The seller con-
tinued, "I got another $150.00 for a broken
necklace and an old class ring. It's not every day
that someone comes to town i-.iingirg six "ho.,.
sand dollars wi-th your name on it."


Gold and silver pour into yesterday's Roadshow due to highest prices in 40 years.


Jeff Parsons, President of the Treasure Hunters
Roadshow, commented, "Lots of people have
items that they know are valuable but just don't
know where to sell them. Old toys, trains, swords,
guitars, pocket watches and jewelry is valuable to
co:ll-I, These collectors are willing to pay big
money for those items that they are looking for."
This week's Roadshow is the best place to
get connected with those collectors. The process
is free and anyone can bring items down to the
event. If the Roadshow specialists find items that


1CG,'S M Any and oil coins made before
1964: silver and gold coins, dollars, Fhalt
do:,ll,:i quarters, din,- nickels and pennies.
All conditions wanted!
PRICES AT 40 YEAR
HIGH for platinum, gold and silver during this
event. Broken jewelry, dental gold, old coins,
pocket watches, Krugerrands, gold bars,
Canadian Maple Leafs, etc.
f Gold, silver, platinum, diamonds,
rubies, sapphires, all types of stones and
metals, rings, bracelets, necklaces, etc.
(including broken jewelry). Early costume
jewelry wanted.


AVV
C ~
~ ~ ~.


If you go to the Roadshow, you can
cash-in your items for comipefitive prices.
Roadshow representatives will be avail-
able to assess and purchase your items at
the Holiday Inn, this week through Satur-
day, in Lake City.

their collectors are interested in, offers will be
made to purchase them. About 80% of the guests
that attend the show end up selling one or more
items at the event.
Antiques and collectibles are not the only
items the Roadshow is buying. "Gold and silver
markets are soaring," says Archie Davis, a Road-
show representative. "Broken jewelry and gold
and silver coins add up very quickly. I just finished
working with a gentleman that had air old class
ring, two bracelets and a h"r',dful of silver dollars.
His check Was for over $650.00. I would say
that there were well over 100 people in here yes-
terday -t-ar sold their scrap gold."
One gentleman holding his check for over
$1,250.00 in the lobby of the event yesterday
had this comment: "I am so happy I decided to
come to the Roadshow. I. saw the newspaper ad
for the event and brought in an old German
sword I had brought back from W;rld War II and
.some old coins,-and here is my check. What a
great thing for our community. I am heading home
no's. to see what else I have that they'might be
t ,.:ted in."
Tne Roadshow continues today starting pt
jrn :he evept is free and no appointment is
eded.


S' '. Rolex,
Tiffany, Hublot, Om'ega, Chopard, Cartier,
Philippe, Ebel,"' 'allii, Swatch, Elgin, Bunn
Special, Railroad, Illinois, H'.,rii ':i, all others.










trains ll gauges, accessories, individual cars


ters, German A makers and
types of toys mode before 1965: Hot Wheels,
Tonka, Buddy L, .nr,i,, Miller, Nylint, Robots,
Battery Toys, Mickey Mouse, train sets-Mark-
lin, American Flyer, Lionel, Hafner, all ai-,:,
trains (all gauges, accessories, individual cars),
Barbie dolls, GI Joe, Shirley Temple, charac-
ters, German.


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