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Creation Date: March 1, 2012
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UNION COUNTY TIMES

USPS 648-200 LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 31, 2012 100TH YEAR -5TH ISSUE 75 CENTS


Worth 1

Noting


High school
graduation
The Union County High
* School class of 2012 will gradu-
ate at 8 p.m., on Friday June 1,
at the high school football field.
Graduates should report to the
school cafeteria at 6. Each grad-
uate will be given four tickets.
Ticket holders can sit in the seat-
ing area on the field.
In the event of rain, the cere-
mQny will be moved to the gym,
and after ticket holders'have been
seated, the general'public will be
allowed in.


Quarterback
club
The Union County Quarterback
club will meet at 7 p.m. Monday,
June 4, at Carter's Fried Chicken
'in Lake Butler. All currentand
prospective members are encour-
aged to attend.

Road

dedication
The Union County Board of
County Commissioners will be
dedicating S.R. 100 within
Union County to deputy sheriffs
Hal P. Croft and Ronald Jackson
on Tuesday, June 5. The
dedication ceremony will begin
at the Bradford-Union County
line at 10 a.m. Both men were
killed in the line of duty while
serving Union County.

Early release

for schools
Union County public schools
will release students early June 6
through June 8.



Reminder to

candidates
Local candidates for public of-
fice who want to run their free
announcement in the newspaper
have until Monday, June 11, at
5 p.m. to submit that announce-
ment. Submissions after that
deadline will have to be paid for
like any other political advertise-
ment. For more' information on
submissions, call the Telegraph
at 904-964-6305, the Monitor at
352-473-2210 or the Times at
386- at 386-496-22time


Grace Christian
VBS
Grace Christian Fellowship
of Worthington Springs will be
kicking off vacation bible school
on Saturday June 9. The theme
will be, "Amazing Wonders
Aviation." The VBS will run on
Wednesday for six weeks from
6 to 9 p.m. beginning on June 13.
For more information call 386-
496-2859 or visit www.gcfbc.

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Graduation ceremonies will take place at 8 p.m. on Friday,

June 1, in the football stadium at Union County High School.


Senior reflections


The following seniors submitted
their academic achievements, par-
ticipation in clubs, sports and organi-
zations. They also listed the awards
they earned while at Union County
High School.
Ryan Nicole Adler was in FBLA
during grades 9-12.
She was a cheerleader in grades
9-11.
Dillon Chance Bailey was chosen
by his peers as best dressed.
He was in FFA in grades 9-12.
He played football in grades 9-12,
baseball in grades 9-12 and golf in
grade 9.
He was on the state championship
baseball team in grade 12. He was
selected second team FCA baseball
and ironman in grades 11-12, scholar
athlete in football 2011, homecom-
ing court grade 12, and district foot-
ball-champions 2011-2012. -
Robert Thomas Barker played
football 10.
He was a JROTC staff officer, S-3
and a member of the JROTC special
teams and cadet challenge. He also
participated in JROTC's JCLC sum-
mer camp.
Samantha Rae Barrick was in
JROTC 10-12, yearbook staff 12.
She was awarded superior JROTC
cadet 10.
Danielle Nicole Blankenship
played softball 9-10, volleyball 9-10
and archery 9-10.
Tyler Allen Brantley was in band
9-12 and JROTC 9-12.
Shelby Lynn Bullock was in
band 9-12, FBLA 9-11, and Skills
USA 11.
She was awarded superior at solo
and ensemble 11-12 and honor band
9-12.
Marissa Jo Chiominto was in
band 9-12, JROTC 12 and FFA 9-11.
She was also a teacher cadet 11-12.


She was awarded and FFA Green-
hand Degree.
Colby Dewitt Cothren played
football 9-12 and baseball 9-12.
He was on the state championship
baseball team in 2012.
Garrett Nathan Crosby is grad-
uating with honors and was selected
by his peers as most intelligent.
He was in Beta club 9-10, jazz
band 9, percussion band 9, sym-
phonic band 9 and was dual enrolled
9-12.
Jordan Hamilton Davis was in
FFA 2010-2011, SWAT 2012 and
FBLA 2011.
He played football 2010-2012
and was on the weightlifting team in
2011-2012.
He was awarded scholar athlete
2010-2012 and earned a Purple Heart
award 2012.
Kiersten Bryce Davison is grad-
uating with honors.
She was in FFA 9-12, FJAS 11-
12, and Beta club 10-12.
She played softball 9.
She attended the National FFA
convention for food science 11. She
won second place in the regional sci-
ence fair.
Andrea Marie Devlin was on the
A-B honor roll.
Caleb. Swain Dukes is graduating
with high honors and was selected
by his peers as having most school
spirit.
He was in Beta club 11-12, FFA
9-12, and FCA 9-12.
He played football 9-12 and base-
ball 9.
He was awarded all-area Gaines-
ville Sun football team in 2010, first
team aH-state football in 2011, first
team Suwannee Conference football
team in 2011, scholar athlete award.
9-12, Zach Blunk award, district,
regional and Suwannee Conference


champions for football, in 2011, Iron
Man football award 10-11 and Tiger
Award 2010.
Morgan Amber Dukes was se-
lected by her peers as homecoming
queen and as having most school
spirit.
She was in the Environmental
Club, 9. She was in Skills USA 10-
11, serving as president 11. She was
in the Black History Club 10-12 and
SWAT 10-12. She was in FFA 9-12,
serving as chapter treasurer 9, chap-
ter secretary 10, chapter vice-presi-
dent 11 and chapter president 12.
She was in the Beta Club, serving
as vice-president, 11 and secretary,
12. She was the student council sec-
retary 10 and vice-president 11. She
was a council member for America's
Students Bettering Communities
(ASBC), 12.
She was a cheerleader 9-12, serv-
ing as co-captain 10, captain 12,
scholar athlete 12, and UCA all-
American 12.
She played softball 9-12, was
scholar athlete of the year, team cap-
tain, Suwannee Conference cham-
pions, district runners-up, regional
champions 12.
She placed fourth in state for FFA
parliamentary procedure for ag is-
sues and 171" in the nation 9, third in
state for parliamentary procedure, 10,
second in state for parliamentary
procedure 11 and district winner for
parliamentary procedure 12. She
won the FFA Workhorse Award
9, 10, 12. She won the Leadership
Award, 11. She was the state cham-
pion in food science 11 and placed
161' in the nation for food science
12. She earned the Superior Senior
award, the District III Scholarship
and National FFA Ford Scholar-
ship. She was selected Miss Florida
Leadership Adventure. She received


From the

superintendent

To the Class of 2012, spect and loyalty have made our
entire community proud.
On behalf of the school board, Parents, thank you for support-
administration, faculty and staff, ing your son and/or daughter in
I would like to congratulate you all of their endeavors. We are
on an outstanding year. You also fortunate to have business
have accomplished so much in partners and community support
the classrooms and on the play- which enables our students to re-
ing fields. ceive the best education possible.
Seniors, you are to be com- To our church leaders and youth
mended for your assistance in ministers who volunteer numer-
helping the district earn an "A" ous hours, your time is greatly
two out of your four. years at appreciated. Special thanks to
UCHS. You have committed our teachers, coaches and spon-
yourself to winning district, state sors for the time you spend lead-
and national awards. Your dedi- ing, guiding, and working with
cation and hard work have al- our students.
lowed you to be successful in the Seniors;, you are an outstand-
classroom, athletics, band/flags, ing class and have helped make
cheerleading, FFA, HighQ and this a great year. It has been an
other extracurricular activities, honor and privilege to serve you
Thank you for being role mod- as superintendent of schools.
els for the younger students and
helping them realize their goals Sincerely,
can be achieved. You have served
Union County well by perform- Carlton Faulk
ing community service and being Superintendent of schools
active in your church. Your re-


the Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership
Award 10.
Andrew Joseph Eaton was in
JROTC 9-12.
He won JROTC ribbons 11,
JROTC Senior Medal and JROTC
achievement pins.
Antonio Woodrow Edwards
played football 9-12, basketball 9
and track 12.
Quaneshia Francine Edwards is


graduating with earned high honors
and was selected biggest flirt by her
peers.
She was in the Black History Club
9-12, SWAT 9-12, FFA 9, Student
Council 9-11, FBLA Business Acad-
emy 9-12, Skills USA 11, JROTC 9-
12 and yearbook 11-12.
She played basketball 9-11, was a
cheerleader 12, and ran track 9-11.
She was an executive officer in


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JROTC and participated in Take
Stock 9-12.
Corbin Garrett Elixson was
selected by his peers as most likely
never to leave Lake Butler.
He was in FFA.
He played football 9-11.
Heather Nicole Elixson was in
HOSA 9.
i': CShe was on the A-B honor roll;
: Jason Dalton Ellis is graduating
with honors.
i He was in band 9 and 10, NHS 11
and Mu Alpha Theta 9,10.
: Kayla Christine Freeman is
graduating with outstanding honors
and was selected by her peers as se-
nior superlative class clown.
She was in Bata Club 9-12, FFA
6-12, Tigerettes 10-12, drama 9-12
and ASBC 10-12.
She served as student council
senior class treasurer, and student
council sophomore class treasurer.
She was awarded the State FFA
degree 12, Top Tiger 8, FFA Work-
h1rse Award 10-12, FFA Chapter,
Greenhand and Discovery Degrees,
PEA high individual for poultry
judging., in 2009, team state champi-
onship for poultry judging in 2010,
silver medal team at nationals in
2010, top four in state parliamentary
procedure 2007-2011, FBA straight
superior award, FFA Leadership
award 2012, FFA Star Chapter
-Farmer Award 2012.
- Brandon Seth Gaskins was cho-
sen by his peers as senior superlative
.class clown.
. He was in FFA 9-12.
He played football 9-10.



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Zachary Ryan Gates was select-
ed by his peers as most artistic.
He was in FFA 10-12 and Anime
Club 12.
Amy Lanatte Gilliam participat-
ed in FFA and cheerleading.
Jose Deon Gonzalez was on hon-
or roll 9--12. ..- ,
Kaci Nicole Graham is graduat-
ing with high honors."She was se-
lected by her peers as most likely
never to leave Lake Butler. -
She participated in FBLA 2008-
2009, FFA 2008-2012, environ-
mental club 2008-2009, Skills USA
2010-2011 and ASBC 2011-2012.
She was awarded the FFA Green-
hand Degree 9, Chapter Degree 10,
'grand champion in Bradford and
Union swine show 10, state cham-


pionship for poultry evaluation 10,
Workhorse Award 10,12, profi-
ciency applicant 11, State Degree
12. She placed first in record book,
at the Bradford-Union Swine Show
12. She won the Senior FFA Award'
12, Buckmaster's scholarship 12 and
Bradford Union Swine Association
Scholarship 12.
Kelly Elizabeth Gray is graduat-
ing as valedictorian with outstanding
honors and was selected as most in-
telligent by her peers.
She was a Tigerette 9-12, Tiger-
ette co-captain 11, Tigerette captain
12, Beta Club 10-12, Beta Club sec-
retary 12, yearbook 11-12, yearbook
sales manager 11, yearbook editor
12, FFA 9, FJAS 9-12, Florida Ju-
nior Academy of Science vice-presi-


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dent 9-11, FJAS president 12, and
Skills USA 11.
In the Union County Science Fair
she was awarded first place in phys-
ics in 2010,2011 and'2012.
In the Suwannee Valley Regional
Science Fair she was awarded third
in physics in 2009, first in physics
in 2010, 2011 and 2012, best over-
all project in 2010, and 2012, best
physical project in 2011 and 2012,
Air Force Award in 2011 and 2012,
ASM Material Science Award in
,2011 I and 2012 and Yale Science and


' Engineering Award in 2011
In the Florida Junior Academy of
Science state competition she attend-
ed as..a speaker in 2010, 2011 and
2012, won the outstanding presenter
award in 2012 and won a scholarship
in 2012.
In the F..,iJda Sita-I Science Fair
she was sel ..- J i.: -.,ti en. 2Ci ^09
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in physics in 2010, third in physics
in 2011 and 2012 and was awarded
a weeklong internship for NASA at
the Kennedy Space Center.


. She was selected as the district
delegate for the Florida Sunshine
State Scholars.
In the International Sustainable
World Energy, Engineering and En-
vironmental Project Olympiad, she
was selected to attend in 2010, 2011
and 2012. In the, Genius Olympiad
she was selected to attend in 2011
and placed third'iin'2011.
In the International Science and
engineering Fair she was selected to
attend in 2010, 2011 and 2012. She
received a $60,000 scholarship to


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Senior reflections


. the Florida Institute of Technology
in 2011. ,
In People to People Student Am-
bassadors, sihe travelled to Europe in
-2009 as a student ambassador.
Shakeylia Tyree Griffin is grad-
eating with honors.
She was in the Black History Club
-9-12 and SWAT 11-12.
She played basketball 9-12, vol-
leyball 9, and was in track and field,
9-10.
Adrian Kyle Haines was in con-
struction 9-10 and JROTC 10-12.
Ryan Christopher Hall was in
SFFA.
Lindsey Erin Hanson is gradu-
ating with high honors and was se-
lected by her peers as most likely to
.succeed.
She was in Beta Club 9-12, FFA
f-12, student government 10-12 and
0Black History Club 2011-2012.
She served as Beta Club vice pres-
ident 2011-2012 and class president
20.10-2011 and 2011-2012.
SShe played volleyball 9-12 and
[softball 11.
She was awarded second place in
.the science fair 11, Gainesville Sun
,honorable mention 12, scholar ath-
lete volleyball 11-12, Server of the
;Year Award 11-12, scholar athlete
softball 12, first place showmanship
1 1, National Society of High School
.Scholars 2011-2012.
Austin Perry Harden is graduat-
min& with outstanding honors.
He was in FFA 9-11.
He played football 9-12 and base-
ball 9-12.


Morgan,
I'm so proud or you and all
your accomplishments...
You never meet a stranger.
God has blessed you in so
many ways and always look
to the Lord for guidance
Love you, Nanny


He was awarded rookie of the,
year, most home runs, scholar ath-
lete 9-12, All-Suwannee Conference
first team 2012 and Gainesville Sun
All-area for baseball." He was on the
district, regional and state champion-
ship team in 2012. He was the offen-
sive player of the year, won the Clar-
ence Brown Award and was chosen
as a scholar athlete for football.
Courtnee Tayler Hardin is grad-
uating with high honors.
She was in FFA 9-12 and FBLA
9.
She was a cheerleader 9-12.
Jacquita Sherrall Henderson
was in the Black History Club for
three years, FFA for one year and
SWAT for four years.
She served as treasurer for
SWAT.
She was a cheerleader 6-12 and
a captain in grades 8, 10 and 12.
She qualified for the all-American
cheerleading team in Orlando and
was later drafted into the Universal
Cheerleading Association.
Amy Brooke Hicks is graduat-
ing with honors and was selected by
her peers as most likely to be late to
graduation.
She was in Beta Club 10-12, FFA
6-11, drama 9 and 4-H 3-12. e,
She was awarded the FFA Green-
hand and Discovery degrees and won
a masonic lodge scholarship.
Kailee Cheyenne Hooten is grad-
uating with honors and was selected
by .her peers as best dressed.
She was in HOSA 10-12, SWAT
12 and the Black History Club 12.
She was a band Tigerette 10-12.


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The happy times you've had so far.
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She earned a CNA certificate 12,
Tigerette best attitude 11 and won
junior princess 11.
Cory Ray Houck was chosen by
his peers as biggest flirt.
He played football 9-12. For the
2011 season, he played on the team
that won the district and regional
championships.
For the 2011-2012 football season
he was awarded first team Suwan-
nee Conference defense, first team
Gainesville Sun defense, first team
all-state defense, first team First
Coast defense, first team All-State
punter, Suwannee Conference most
valuable player and linebacker of the
year.
He signed a football scholarship
to Webber International University.
Christina Marie Hunter was in
FFA 9,11,12, drama 9,11,12, news-
letter 12, Black History Club 12 and
FBLA 9.
She served as president of the
Black History Club 12.
She won solo competition- supe-
rior, monologue-excellent and duet
acting-excellent for drama.
Alexandria Michelle Ivins-Bar-
rick was in JROTC 9-12.
She played basketball 9-12.
She was awarded the JROTC
Leadership Award from the Daugh-
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Leadership Award from the pres-
ident's board of review and the
JROTC Varsity Athletics Award 11-
12. She was also on the A-B honor
roll 9-12.
Roy Malcolm Johns was on the
A-B honor roll.
Gomesha Lashay Johnson was
in the Black History Club 9-12,
SWAT 9-12 and drama 12.
She was a cheerleader 10-12 and
played basketball 9-11.
Demetrius Tremayne Jones was
in SWAT 10-12.
He played basketball 10.
He became CNA-certified 12 and
completed the health program 9-12.
Khadijah Ra'Cheal Jones was in
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Senior reflections


9-11, Drama Club 9-11, Skills USA
11, and JROTC 10-11.
She played basketball 9-11 and
was in track and field 9-11.
She was in Take Stock 9-12 and
wgs a staff sergeant.in JROTC.
Laquile Shanika Jones was in
the Black History Club 9-12 and
SWAT 10-12.
She participated in basketball 9-
12, cheerleading 11 and track 9-10.
She earned a CNA certification.
Michaela Renee Joyner is grad-
uating with high honors and was
in FFA for seven years and in Beta
Club for two years.
She earned a State Degree in
FFA and was on the state runner-up
team for parliamentary procedure in
2011.
Emmanuel Sean Lee was in FFA
9-11, SWAT 11 and JROTC 12.,
He was on the weightlifting 12
and basketball 10 teams.
He was on the JROTC cadet chal-
lenge 12, A-B honor roll 11, 12 and
won the JROTC Leadership Skill
Award 12.
Shane Lee was in FFA 12 and,
SWAT 9-12.
He played football 10.
Brandon David Liston was in
JROTC 12 and FFA 9, 10.
He was a staff sergeant in
JROTC.
Alisa Christine Maddux was in
FFA 9-11, FBLA 9-12 and SWAT
9.
- Joshua Ryan Mizell played foot-
ball 9 and baseball 9-10.
Johnny Muniz was on the track 9
and weightlifting 10 teams.
Julie Alane Nettles is graduat-,
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ing with honors and was in FFA five
years, FBLA tWo years and JROTC
two years.
She played volleyball six years.
Ethan Shawn Pace is graduating
with honors.
Grace Maria Perez is graduating
with high honors. She was voted by
her peers as best all around.
She was in FFA 9-12, HOSA 10-
12, Beta Club 9-12 and SWAT 12.
She was president of HOSA her
senior year.
She was aTigerette I 1-12, earning
rookie of the year 11 and Coaches
Award 12. She was also on the team
that earned a superior grade.
She is CNA-certified and is an Ag
communication complete and allied
health program complete.
Her steer won grand champion
and reserve champion homegrown at
the Bradford-Union Steer Show and
she placed fourth for the Herdsman
Award. She also was awarded an
FFA Buckmasters-scholarship.
She was a member of the home-
coming court and was on~ the A-B
honor roll.
Ryan Jose Perez is graduating
with high honors and was selected as
best all-around by his peers.
-ZHe was in FFA 6-12, serving as
sentinel and treasurer, Black His-
tory Club 11-12, SWAT, serving on'
the leadership committee, drama 9-
12 serving as president and student
council 9-10, serving as treasurer
and president.
He won Tiger Idol. He earned
Discovery, Greenhand, and Chapter
degrees from FFA. He won a state
FFA degree. He placed second in
parliamentary procedure in 2011. He


was selected outstanding Greenhand
FFA member 9, and won the FFW
workhorse Award 9-12. His team
placed second in the state FFA meats
calculation. He also competed in the
state FFA talent show by singing.
He earned straight superiors in
solo musical thespian competition in
2010 and 2011.
He participated in the school plays
Grease, Lion and the Wiz and he
played Jud Fry in the school's pro-
duction of Oklahoma.
Natali Delline Ocampo Powell
was in band 9-12, JROTC 9-12 and
track 10.
Morgan Blake Raulerson is
graduating with honors.
She was in FFA 9-11, SWAT 9-12
and 4-H 12.
She was also a teacher cadet 10.
She was a Tigerette 9-12, winning
the Coaches Award and the Most
Improved Award. She was also on
the Tigerette team that earned a su-
perior rating.
Her steer earned grand champion
and she placed third in FFA show-
manship.
She was on the A-B honor roll.
/Ashley Danielle Regar was in
JROTC 11-12 and band 9-10.
William Alexander Riggs was in
band 9-12 and Hi-Q 9-12, serving as
Hi-Q captain 10-12.
Morgan Lynn Robin Scott was
in JROTC 9-12, serving as company
commander, ASO.
She was in FFA 9-12 and was also
a Pop-Warner cheerleader 9-12.
She placed second at the state
qualifying drill meet for color guard
2012, second at UCHS drill meet for
color guard 2010, and second place


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Olivia Hilliard


Kailee Hooten


Cory Houck


Emma Howell


Christina Hunter


Malcolm Johns


Gomesha Johnson


Kristin Johnson


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Russell A. Wade III, P.A.
Attorney at Law
(386) 496-9656
1 55 SE 6th Place
Lake Butler, FL
(Directly behind Badcock.
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Kelly Gray
on being Valedictorian!!!
We are proud of all your
accomplishments. Remember
to keep God first in your life.
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Julian Merriex


Johnny Muniz Julie Nettles


Ashlenn Neumann


Joshua Mizell Jaylin Mock


Keanna Odom


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Alexandra Morneau


Shelton Parrish


Senior reflections


at the "St. Augustine drill meet for
color guard 2010.
She earned the Daughters of 181-2.
medal and ribbon for JROTC 2011,
-Daughters of the American Revo-
lution medal for JROTC 2012 and
.o'n awards for JCLC repelling an@i
completing competition She %aa,
also recognized as an excellent staff
member for JROTC in 2011.
She won Miss Congeniality at the
Miss U-Co High pageant.
She earned the Greenhand, Chap-
ter and Discovery Degrees for FFA
2008-2012.
Sierra Gabrielle Self is graduat-
ing with honors.
.She was on FFA 9012, FBLA 11
aril the Black History Club 11-12.
She was a Tigerette 12.
Dorean Laquinta Sirmones was
in.FBLA 9-12, drama 11-12, year-
bobk staff 11-12, the Black History
Club 12, FFA 9-10 and SWAT 11-
12.
She played volleyball and basket-
ball.
She placed third in FBLA intro-
duction to business communications
9, second in FBLA introduction to
businessL communications 10 and
first-in FBLA parliamentary proce-
dure 10-12. She also rated good in
drama monologue 12.
Jordane Layne Spitze is gradu-
ating salutatorian with outstanding
honors and was selected by her peers
as most athletic and senior class vice
president.
She played volleyball 9-12, earn-
ing Suwannee Valley Conference
MVP, Suwannee Valley Conference
first team, Scholar Athlete of the
Year, and UCHS volleyball MVP.




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She played softball 9-12, earning
first team all-disrict FACA and sec-
ond team all-Suwannee Conference.
Courtney L. Stephens is graduat-
ing with honors and was selected by
her peers as most changed since the
eighth grade.
She was the HOSA vice-presi-
dent, 12.
Alana Ann Stevehs is graduating
with honors and was selected most
outgoing by her peers.
She was in FBLA 9-12, serving as
treasurer. She was in FFA 9-10 and
drama 9-10.
She was a cheerleader 9-12 and
was a co-captain in 10 and 12.
She placed first in FBLA public
speaking-1 10, first in FBLA public
speaking-2 11, 12 and fourth place
FBLA public speaking-1 10.
Kandice Ellen Stewart was in
FFA 9 and JROTC 9-10. .
Hugh Nathan Stidham was in
FFA.
He played football 10.
Isaac Alexander Sulsona was
selected by his peers as most outgo-
ing.
He was in FFA 9, 10, 12. and
JROTC 9, 10, 12.
Rachel Nicole Summers is grad-
uating with honors and was selected
by her peers as most dependable.
She was in band 2009-2009, <
FBLA 2008-2009, Environmental
Club 2008-2009, FFA 2008-2012,
Skills USA 2010-2011 and ASBC
2011-2012.
She earned FFA Greenhand 9,
Chapter 9 and State 12 degrees. She
was on the state poultry champion
.team 10. She won FFA Workhorse
,12, and Senior 12, awards. She was


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She placed third for record book
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second for swine in her class at the
Bradford-Union Swine show 12.
Ashley Kaye Sweat was in Beta
Club 11, FEA 10 and JROTC 12.
Cody Lane Tice was in the con-
struction academy 9-12.
He played baseball 9-12 and foot-
ball 9-12.
He played on the baseball district,
regional and state championship
team 12 and on the football district,
Suwannee Conference and regional
championship team 12.
Brittany Lynn Trowell is gradu-
ating with outstanding honors.
She was in FFA 9-11 and FBLA
9.
She was a cheerleader 9-12.
Dokoda Ryan Veals was voted
most changed since eighth grade.
He was in JROTC 10-12 and
served on staff as S-3.
Thomas Edwin Webb Jr. is
graduating with honors.
He was in JROTC 9,10,12.
He played football 9-12, ran track
9-10 and was on the weightlifting
team 11-12.
He was on the A-B honor roll.
He' won the. defensive Purple
Heart Award, Ironman Award 2010-
2011 and scholar athlete.


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Lonnie Norman, Vice Mayor

LeRoy Stalvey, Commissioner
Jimmy Beasley, Commissioner
Scott Cason, Commissioner

Dave Mecusker, City Manager
John E. Maines IV, City Attorney

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William Riggs Sierra Rimes


Adam Roddenberry


Morgan Scott


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Bobbie-Jean Tatum Cashe Thomas


Cody Tice Brittany Trowell


Dokoda Veals


Thomas Webb


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Casey Whitehead


Brett Williams


Eric Williams


Kelcie Wood


Shelby Wooddell


Eston Worrell


Abbey Worthington MacEe Worthington


Senior

reflections

jShanj6ntika Kira Sonta Wells
was in the Black History Club 12,
SWAT 12, HOSA 10-12, drama and
y arbook .staff.
?She was on the weightlifting 11
a4d tennis 12 teams.
,She won an A award 9-12, is
CI4A-certified, won an A-B honor
alard, earned an excellent rating in
dama competition and straight su-
priors in chorus.
PFrank Tyler Welz is graduating
4 wth honors.
,He was in HOSA 10-12, Skills
4AA 11 and ASBAC 12.
|He placed first in the HOSA re-
gibnal human growth and develop-
ment program.
|Eric Lamar Williams was in
* JROTC 11-l12 and FFA 9-11.
kHe won the Greenhan4cDegree 9.
tAshley Marie Willis was in
F9LA 9-10, business academy 9-10
arid yearbook 12. ,.
She was on A-B honor roll 12.
JKelcie Faith Ann Wood was in
drima 11-2 and band and flag 9.
:he won a car for earning straight
A in the 10th grade.
Vston Paul Worrell was in FFA
9- 2.
-He played baseball 3 years.
$e won awards FFA for ag me-
chAnics and tractor driving and
earned the FFA Greenhand Award.
.Macee Leane Worthington is
graduating with honors.
She was in FFA 9-12 apd ASBC
10l12.
She played volleyball 9-12 and
softball 9.
She made the A-B honor roll and
wa selected most outstanding set-
teri'
Jacob David Yarbrough was in
JROTC 9-12.

Amazing acres
flundraiser
Amazing Acres will be hQsting
a yard sale/BBQ fundraiser in
Sprinkle Field in Lake Butler on
Saturday, June 2. Donations ac-
cepted, Chicken or pork- dinners
are $6 a plate and a 2001 Toyota
Sequoia will be auctned off.


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Pond
management
workshop


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Bradley Young


calculating p
fish identific
are invited t
aquatic weed
for idoentifica


The Bradford, Bakerand Union Registratic
County extension offices will host include a ho
a Tri-County Pond Management handout mat
Update pond side at the Bradford for this prc
County FFA farm on Thursday, Bradford (
May 31, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m, Office at 904
This program will cover a variety on May 29.
of topics such as water quality, is available
weed identification and control,_ ifas.ufl.edu..


ond dimensions and
cation. Participants
o bring samples of
ds from their pond
tion.
on is $5 and will
ot dog dinner and
terials. To sign up
gram, contact the
County Extension
4-966-6224 by noon
A complete agenda
at http://bradford.


UCHS Class of 2012


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D UTerri G




DOUGLASS


Candidate for


Union County J _]J _


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D'J\J Z1 '3-i J. .
As a lifetime Florida resident and experienced corporate
manager, I truly understand the importance of being
approachable, accountable, and doing the best for my
community. If elected, I will apply my 32 years of corporate
experience to making Union County's Tax Collector's office
the leader in the state. My goal is to provide outstanding
customer service and make your experience with our office
a successful one.


Meet my Family .
My husband, Quinn Douglass, a sixth generation Union
County resident, and our two sons, TJ (23) and Ashton, (11)
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I believe we need a
change in our Tax
Collector's Office....I
believe we lead by
example...
New Leadership,
New Ideas,
Accountability,
Visibility, A
Balanced Budget,
and Excellent
Customer Service.
Elect Terri
Douglass For UC
Tax Collector who
I, will apply her 32
years of corporate
managerial
experience for all
the above!


"Political Adv. Pd. for and approved by Terri Douglass, Dem, for Tax Collector"


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Frank Welz


RI (2) A.S. Degrees in:
Business Administration
and Management,
Marketing and Mid-
*Management
*Both acquired while
working full-time


0 32 years experience in corporate leadership
0 Staff management ranged from 20 to 100
associates
0 Interacted with many levels of governmental
agencies in FL, GA, AL, SC, MD, DC and DE,
involving-the DMV, Dept of Revenue, DOI,
Customer Complaint Divisions and FEMA
0 Conducted numerous training sessions on a
variety of functions which included customer
services, state standards and regulatory
guidelines


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THURSDAY, MAY 31, 2012 UNION COUNTY TIMES


Workforce
board
meetings
; The Florida Crown Workforce
board will hold a budget
workshop at 9 a.m. on May
30. The board's executive and
finance committee will also
meet at 10 a.m. Florida Crown
Workforceis located at 1398 U.S.
14wy 90 West, Suite 170-B, Lake
City. For more information, call
386-755-9026 or visit www.
FloridaCrown.org.

Scholarship
available
: Esther King Memorial
Scholarship applications are now
available for pickup at UCHS or
tle district school board office.
Deadline for applications is June
1:. Please call 386-496-3040 or
386-496-2045 extension 238


with any questions.

Amazing acres
fundraiser
Amazing Acres will be host-
ing a yard sale/BBQ fundraiser
in Sprinkle Field in Lake Butler
on Saturday, June 2. Donations
accepted. Chicken or pork din-
ners are $6. a plate and a 2001
Toyota Sequoia will be auc-
tioned off.

Library
summer
program
The Union County Library's
summer program, Dream Big,
Read!, begins June 14 with
games, large and small. Ex-
plore the worlds of your dreams
this summer at the library every
Thursday at 10 a.m. The pro-
grams are free and open to the


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return them. We are short over-
half of the helmets and pads we-
loaned out last year, and would
appreciate it if you would return
them at registration. Thank you. :
We are excited about this up-
coming season. If you have any
questions, please contact a board
member. The first practice will
be held on Aug. 2.


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RE-ELECT



SCOTT .



SEASON
FOR
LAKE BUTLER CITY COMMISSION SEAT 2

Please cast your vote on June 26 to re-elect Scott Cason for Lake Butler City
Commissioner, Seat 2.
If re-elected, I will continue to serve and voicefully represent all the citizens
of Lake Butler. I promise to be a reliable, hardworking, dedicated and
dependable public servant.
All registered voters residing within the city limits of Lake Butler can vote in
*this election.
Thanks,
Scott Cason
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public.
Substitute teacher orientation
The Union County School
Board will hold substitute teach-
er orientation on july 11 and 23
for returning substitutes. from 9
a.m. to noon and on July 12 and
24 for new substitutes from 9
a.m. to 3 p.m.
The training will take place
in the adult education building.
Substitute teachers must have
a high school diploma or GED.
Applicants who complete train-
ing must pay a $54.50 fee for fin-
gerprinting. Call Pam Pittman at
the Union County Schools per-
sonnel office, 386-496-2045 for
more information.

Pop Warner
registration
The Union County Pop War-
ner open registration has been
set and will be at the Pop War-.
ner building at the O.J. Philips
Complex at RMC every Satur-


day from June 16 through July
28, from 9 a.m.- noon
Cost for cheerleaders is go-
ing to be $150. This will include
uniform (with bloomers and
embroidery), hair bow, socks,
shoes, cropped shirt for competi-
tion, pom poms, insurance costs
and trophy. Warm-ups and bags
will be optional this year.
Cost for football players will
also be $150. This will include
helmet rental, pad rental, jersey
(with screenprint), socks, pants,
chin strap and mouthpiece, in-
surance costs, referee costs and
trophy. We will be' offering
a payment plan to assist with
costs.
Registration forms can be
found at the website, leaguel-
ineup/ucpw.com, under 2012'
Printable Forms. You may fill
it out in advance and bring it to
registration with you. We will
measure each child for jerseys,
helmets and uniforms at sign
ups this year, so please bring
your child with you. Each child


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It must be filled out on the form
from our website, and it has to be
dated Jan. 1, 2012 or later, and
must have original doctor's sig-
nature (a copy will not work).
Atso, each child must bring his
or her original 2011/2012 fourth
nine weeks report card with com-
pleted information, and original
birth certificate. We will be mak-
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1OA UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, MAY 31, 2012


Pre-K screening

set
FDLRS and Lake Butler
Elementary School are offering
free vision, hearing, speech
and language screenings for
three- and four-year-olds on
Thursday, June 21. Call Tricia
Ranard at 386-496-3047 for an
appointment.

Headstart

announces

classes
Lake Butler Headstart has
announced its new Headstart
VPK program for children three
and four years of age by Sept. 1.
This will be for six hours of daily
Headstart services or three hours
daily of. VPK services (four-
year-olds can qualify for both
programs.) Headstart is from 8
a.m. to 2 p.m., VPK is from 2-,.
5 p.m. for the 2012-2013 school
year. For more information
contact Lake Butler Headstart
386-496-2160.
All services are free of
charge .for eligible participating
families, and include educational
experiences that encourage
kindergarten readiness,
nutritional meals, family
partnering and services for
children with disabilities. Space
is limited.






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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
UNION' COUNTY, FLORIDA,
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO. 63-2012-CP-0010
IN RE: ESTATE OF
-MILDRED MARIE MUNDEN,
,.Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the Estate of
:MILDRED MARIE MUNDEN,
deceased, is pending in the Circuit
Court for the Eighth Judicial Circuit in
and for Union County, Florida; the
address of which is 55 West Main
Street, Lake Butler, FL 32054. The
names and addresses of the
Personal Representative and the
Personal Representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the Decedent and
other persons having claims er
demands against Decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, on whom a copy
of this Notice is served must.file their
claims with this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
-All other creditors of the Decedent
,and other persons having claims or
demands against Decedent's estate,
,including unmatured, contingent or
"unliquidated claims, must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN
THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
'NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
,'MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
.Notice is May 24, 2012.
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
Russell A. Wade III
Florida Bar No. 251460
RUSSELL A. WADE Iit, P.A.
155 SE 6th Place
Lake Butler, FL 32054
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE:
Deanna Griffis
7970 SW State Road 121
Lake.Butler, FL 32054
5/24 2tchg 5/31-UCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE
File No.: 63-2012-CP-0007
In Re: The Estate of
DORIS RICHARD WELLINGTON,
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The name of the decedent, the
designation of the court in which the
Administration of this estate is
pending, and the file number are
indicated above. The address of the
court is 55 West Main Street, Lake
Butler, Florida 32054. The names
and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal
representative's attorney are
indicated below.
If you have been served with a copy
of this notice and you have any claim
or demand against the decedent's
estate, even if that claim is
unmatured, contingent' or
unliquidated, you must file your claim
with the court ON OR BEFORE THE
LATER OF A DATE THAT IS 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS


NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER YOU
RECEIVE A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons who have claims
or demands against the decedent's
estate, including unmatured,
contingent or unliquidated claims,
must file their claims with the court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
.PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
EVEN IF A CLAIM IS NOT BARRED
BY THE LIMITATIONS DESCRIBED
ABOVE, ALL CLAIMS WHICH HAVE
NOT BEEN FILED WILL BE
BARRED TWO YEARS AFTER
DECEDENT'S DEATH.
The date of death of the decedent is;
February 16, 2012
The date of first publication of this
Nntiro is: May 24, 2012.


Tallman

running for

reelection
My name is Jimmy Tallman
and I would like to announce my
candidacy for reelection as Dis-
trict 3 county commissioners.
Since being elected, I have
surrounded myself with positive
and proactive people. I realized
the need to refine my listening
skills and to take note of what
people wanted and what the
county needed. Everything that
has been accomplished in the last
three and half years was with the
help and guidance of the citizens
of this community and for that I
thank you.


Lions Club

meets
The Lions Club of Lake Butler
will meet on the first and third
Wednesday of every month
at noon. Meetings are held at
Carter's Fried Chicken of Lake
Butler, located on Main Street.

UC Food

Pantry in need

of donations
The Union County Food Pan-
try, located.at 125 E. Main St. in
Lake Butler, is in desperate need
of food donations.
The pantry's hours are 8 a.m.
to noon every Monday, Wednes-
day and Friday. Donations may


Attorney for Personal Representative
WAYNE CARROLL
Florida Bar No. 133454
P.O. Box 1898
Keystone Heights, FL 32656
'Personal Representative:
INEZ MOORE CARVER
10710 Meadowlea Drive
Jacksonville, Florida 32218
5/24 2tchg 5/31-UCT
NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCE BY THE CITY
COMMISSION OF THE CITY
OF LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an
ordinance, which title hereinafter
appears, will be considered for
enactment by the City Commission
of the City of Lake Butler, Florida, at
a public hearing on June 11, 2012 at
5:15 p.m., or as soon thereafter as
the matter can be heard, in the City
Commission Meeting Room, City
Hall, located at 200 Southwest First
Street, Lake Butler, Florida. Copies
of said ordinance may be inspected
by any member of the public at the
Office of the City Manager in the City
Hall, at 200 Southwest First Street,
Lake Butler, Florida, during regular
business hours. On the date, time
and place first above mentioned, all
interested persons may appear and
be heard with respect to the
ordinance.
ORDINANCE NO. 2012-02 .
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA,
RELATING TO AN AMENDMENT
OF TEN OR LESS ACRES OF
LAND TO THE FUTURE LAND USE
PLAN MAP OF THE CITY OF LAKE
BUTLER COMPREHENSIVE PLAN,
PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION,
*CPA 12-01, BY THE PROPERTY
OWNER OF SAID ACREAGE,
UNDER THE AMENDMENT
PROCEDURES ESTABLISHED IN
SECTIONS 163.3161 THROUGH
163.3248, FLORIDA STATUTES, AS
AMENDED; PROVIDING FOR A
CHANGE IN LAND USE
CLASSIFICATION FROM
RESIDENTIAL, MODERATE
DENSITY (LESS THAN OR EQUAL
TO 4 DWELLING UNITS PER
ACRE) TO PUBLIC AND
ESTABLISHING A FUTURE LAND
' USE CLASSIFICATION OF PUBLIC
OF CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN THE
CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY
OF LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA;
PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;
REPEALING' ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE
The public hearing may be continued
to one or more future dates. Aiy
interested party shall be advised that
the dates, times and places of any
continuation of the public hearing
shall be announced during the public
hearing and that no further notices
regarding the matter will be
published, unless said continuation
exceeds six calendar weeks from the
date of the above referenced public
hearing.
All persons are advised that, if they
decide to appeal any decisions made
at this public hearing, they will need
a record of the proceedings and, for
such purpose, they may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record
includes t testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be
based. '.
Persons with disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodations to
participate in this proceeding should
contact 352.463.3169 (Voice & TDD)
or via Florida Relay Service
800.955.8771.
5/31 ltchg-BCT


I would like to assure the-peo-
ple of District 3 that I have always
voted my conscience, never had
a hidden agenda and have always
been frugal with your tax dol-
lars. Paying attention to detail is
of the utmost importance to me.
New ideas, education and experi-
ence are vital to the prosperity of
Union County. I am truly com-
mitted to the community and will
remain dedicated to progress.
I would like to close in saying
that it has been an honor and a
privilege to serve as your county
commissioner. I consider this
job more than an occupation but
rather a moral obligation to my
friends, family and the commu-
nity that I so graciously serve.

Thank You


be dropped off directly at the


be dropped off directly at the
pantry, Roberts Insurance or the

Union County Times.

Host an

exchange

student
World Heritage Student
Exchange Program, a nonprofit,
public-benefit organization, is
seeking local host families for
high school boys and girls from
Scandinavia, France, Germany,
Italy, Thailand, China, South
Korea and the former Soviet
Republics.
Students are already awaiting
word on their host families for
the 2012-2013 academic school
year. Host families provide


NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCE BY THE CITY
COMMISSION OF CITY OF
LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA
NOTICES HEREBY GIVEN that an
ordinance,, .which,. title hereinafter
appears, will be considered for
enactment by the City Commission
of City of Lake Butler, Florida, at a
. public hearing on June 11, 2012 at
5:15 p.m., or as soon thereafter as
the matter can be heard, in the City
Commission Meeting Room, in the
City of Lake Butler City Hall at 200
Southwest First Street, Lake Butler,
Florida. Copies of said ordinance
may be inspected by any member of
the public at the Office of the City
Manager in the City of Lake Butler
City Hall, at 200 Southwest First
Street, Lake Butler, Florida, during
regular business hours. On the date,
time and place first above
mentioned, all interested persons
may appear and be heard with
respect to the ordinance.
ORDINANCE NO. 2012-03
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA,
AMENDING THE OFFICIAL
.ZONING ATLAS OF THE CITY OF
LAKE BUTLER LAND
DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS,
RELATING TO THE REZONING OF
LESS THAN TEN CONTIGUOUS
ACRES OF LAND, PURSUANT TO
AN APPLICATION, LDR 12-02, BY
THE PROPERTY OWNER OF SAID
ACREAGE, UNDER THE
AMENDMENT PROCEDURES
ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS
163.3161 THROUGH 163.3248,
FLORIDA STATUTES, AS
AMENDED; PROVIDING FOR
REZONING FROM RESIDENTIAL,
MULTI FAMILY-1 (RMF-1) TO
RESIDENTIAL, SINGLE FAMILY-2
(RSF-2) OF CERTAIN LANDS
WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS
OF THE CITY OF LAKE BUTLER,
FLORIDA; PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
This public hearing may be
continued to one or more future
dates. Any interested party shall be
advised that the date, time and place
of any continuation of this public
hearing shall be announced during.
the public hearing and that no further
notices concerning the matter will be
published.
All persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decisions made
at the above referenced public
hearing, they will need a record of
the proceedings and, for such
purpose, they may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be
based.
Persons with disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodations to
participate in this proceeding should
contact 352.463.3169 (Voice & TDD)
or via Florida Relay Service
800.955.8771.
5/31 ltchg-UCT
NOTICE
The Union County Board of County
Commissioners is accepting sealed
bids for the following vehicles: 1996
Ford Club Wagon, 1995 Chevrolet
Cavalier, 1979 Jeep Cherokee, 1984
Ford F-700, and a ,983 Chevrolet 1
4 ton truck.
Bids may be mailed to 15 NE 1s'
Street, Lake Butler, FL 32054.
The bids will be opened on June
18h,. For more information, call 386-
496-2180.
5/31 ltchg-UCT


Tallman


room, board and guidance for
a teenager living thousands
of miles from home. Couples,
single parents, and families with
or without children in the home
are all encouraged to apply.
The exchange students arrive
from their home country shortly
before the 2012-2013 school
year begins and each World
Heritage student is fully insured,
brings his/her own personal
spending money and expects to
bear his/her share of household
responsibilities, as well as
being included in normal family
activities and lifestyles.
If you are interested in opening
your home and sharing your family
life with a young person from abroad,
please call local area representative
Diana Capito at 904-553-9172 or toll
free at 800-888-9040. www.whhosts.


Saved Like Noah
In Genesis 6:8 we read of how Noah, "found grace in the
eyes of the Lord." Therefore to be saved like Noah takes God's
grace which is already extended to mankind. In Hebrews 1,1:7
we read of Noah's faith, "By faith Noah, being divinely warned
of things not yet seen, moved with godly fear, prepared an ark
." Without Noah's faith that God was going to do what He
said Noah would not have prepared the ark. In addition,
Noah's faith only saved him because it led him to follow God's
instructions on how to be saved from the flood. In Genesis
6:22 we read of Noah's obedience, "Thus Noah did; according
to all that God commanded him, so he did." Alongside God's
grace and Noah's faith inri order for Noah to be saved he had to
obey the commandments of God. Will you be saved like Noah
by grace, faith, and obedience?
Danville Church of Christ
8704 SW SR 121, Lake Butler, FL
386-496-3880
E-mail: danvilleflchurchofchrist@yahoo.com

Bible Study at 9:00 AM on Sun and 7:30 PM on Wed
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NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION



Longtime piano teacher to be honored this Sunday


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
-Just like a favorite song that
never gets old, no matter how
often you hear it, Louise Stern
has created a lasting legacy
ih Starke, teaching piano and
instilling an appreciation of


music in young people for more
than 60 years.
Now, it's time for those
who have had their lives
touched by Stern to show their
appreciation.
A reception in honor of Stern
will be held this Sunday, June 3,


from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m. at St.
Mark's Episcopal Church at 212
N. Church St. in Starke.
"It's just so long overdue. It
really is,". said Jane Farnsworth,
one of the organizers of the event
and a former pupil of Stern's.
"Starke is so fortunate to have


her."
Steve Denmark,-- another
former pupil and event organizer,
said it is believed Stern taught
piano to approximately 1,000
students, and she remembers
quite a lot of those students. .
"She sat down and wrote out


by hand about 70 percent of her
students," Denmark said, adding
that Stern knows where many
of her former students live and
what they're doing in life, as
well as knowing many of her
female students' married names.
With her help looking at


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copies of programs of recitals
Stern's students participated in,
Denmark said 400 to 500 former
students were contacted about
the reception, which will feature
finger foods and punch and an
opportunity for people to share
their thoughts on Stem.
"We're expecting at least 100,"
Denmark said, "but, hopefully,
there % ill be more than that.".,
Denmark credited Joann Scott
Diddell for coming up with the
idea of honoring Stern. Diddell
mentioned the idea at a Bradford
High School class reunion last
year, Denmark said.
It seemed like a good idea,
and one that has thrilled the
honoree.
"I'm just so thrilled that all
these people are doing so much
for me," Stem said.
Stem, the daughter of Bill
and Theresa Kahr Stern, began
learning to play the piano at the
age of 9. She had no aspirations
to teach others to play. She
Dreamed of being a dress
designer, but then cast. an eye
toward being a secretary, before
she graduated from high school.
Stern enjoyed I)ping and taking
shorthand.
Stern. was taking piano
lessons with Agnes Bishop at the
Jacksonville College of Music
(now the music department
at Jacksonville University) -in
the 1940s when she received a
telegram from Bishop prior to
going to Jacksonville one day

See STERN, 2B


Bradford
Food Pantry
to operate on
new schedule
The Bradford Food Pantry -is
now receiving food products di-
rectly from local outlets on a dai-
ly or semi-weekly basis. Since
many of these products are per-
ishables, they are being shared
with other local pantries.
In a desire to waste nothing
and to meet the needs of tI he com-
munity, the Bradford Food Pan-
try will now be serving on Mon-
days, Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Friday effective Friday, June
1. The pantry will be closed on
Wednesday.
The food pantry is obtaining a
greater variety and gross of fruits
and vegetables, as well as meats.
The new schedule should accom-
modate dispersing these products
on a more timely basis. Volun-
teers are excited about the oppor-
tunity to better serve the commu-
nity's need and hope the changes
will not inconvenience anyone.
On a related matter, volun-
teers wish to thank all those who
participated in the recent United
States Postal Service food drive.
The Bradford Food Pantry col-
lected thousands of pounds of
food, which will be a tremendous
help in supporting those in need
of fdod.

Correction
Lawtey Correctional Institution
Sgt. David Jones was incorrectly
identified due to a reporter's er-
ror in a story on the institution's
dog-training program that ap-
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BY MARY W. BRIDGMAN
Special to the Telegraph-Times-
Monitor
Folks who have a hard time
finding something fun to do in
Starke after hours may not. have
considered group exercise as an
option.
Several of its local gyms offer
a variety of classes, but only the
Bradford Union Area Career and
Technical Center offers indoor
cycling, sometimes referred to
as "spinning."
Classes cost little more
than $3 each, and you needn't


purchase a large number of
tickets in advance. As a bonus,
all spinners areeligible to take
up to one additional class per
day-Pilates, yoga or defensive
conditioning (self defense)-at
no additional charge.
"Attendance has been great,"
David Harris, the career center's
adult and community education
coordinator, said, "but we have
room for more. In April, we
recorded 176 visits. We could
easily double that.
"It's a great benefit for
a reasonable price. Our


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participants are enthusiastic, and
many have become regulars,
taking up to six classes or more
here a week. We're happy to
offer this valuable service to our
community."
Lots of people want to
exercise, but may have trouble
getting started or finding
activities that fit into their hectic
schedules.
"Our classes are perfect for
any skill level," instructor Ben
Bridgman said. "Indoor cycling
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STERN
Continued from 1B

informing her to be prepared
to teach. Her first student was
named Bobby Hess, and she
taught him for two years.
It made for some long days for
Stern, who would find herself
waiting to catch a bus home at
night. She drove to Jacksonville
and back when she could, but
rationing during World War II
made gasoline and tires hard to
come by.
Stern would often be waiting
at the bus station with many
soldiers. Room was hard to
come by on the bus..
"You didn't get a seat too
often," Stern said in a 2000
Telegraph-Times-Monitor story.
"I can remember standing up,
usually from Jacksonville to
Baldwin. Enough people would
get off in Baldwin that I would
get a seat to Starke."
The start of Stern's teaching
career may have begun in
Jacksonville, but it was her
experience as a secretary that
pushed her fully onto that career
path. She had a summer job with
the United Service Organizations
and found that she really did not
enjoy being a secretary.
Stern decided to immerse


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Louise Stern is pictured.at the Woman's Club of Starke in the 1960s.


herself in music and, with
Bishop's help, received a
scholarship to the St. Louis
Institute of Music, from where
she graduated in 1950.
Intheearly '60s,Sternattended
two nine-week summer sessions
at the Aspen Music School,
where she studied under concert
pianist Grant Johannesen.
"I learned a lot from him,"
Stern told the Telegraph-Times-
Monitor in 2000. "Being a
concert pianist, he could teach
me things about technique I
had not learned at (the St. Louis
Institute of Music), and I had
excellent teachers there."


my life," Denmark said.
Stern is still teaching a student
today-he will be playing the
background music at the June 3
reception-but there was a tiiie
when she averaged anywhere
from 12 to 15 students a week,
ranging in ages from 6 to 17.
She has been teaching fors'o
long that she has not only taught
the children of former students,
but their grandchildren as well.
She admitted in 2000 there
were times over the years whire
she didn't necessarily feel like
teaching on certain days. Yet her
love of the music and teaching
others would consume her once
she began, working with her
students. .....
"Once I get started, then I'm
really enjoying it more by the
end of the day," Stem said in the
2000 Telegraph-Times-Monitor
story. "Sometimes it's hard for
me to stop a lesson on time
because I get so interested 4i]d
involved. I would like to just
keep (the students longer), and I
often do."
"Music has been her life,"
Farnsworth said.
Now, it's time to honor
that life. Farnsworth, though,
does not have to wait until the
reception to get a blessing. She
has seen how much joy Stern las
gotten out of the fact her former
students even want to honor ih6r
in such a fashion. .|
"It already has been so nice.
Farnsworth said.
Friends and former students
alike are invited to. attend the
reception. For more information.
please call Farnsworth at 904-
964-7672, Denmark at 904-964-
5827 or Diddell at 904-625-
5303.


In that 2000 interview, Stern
said she came to appreciate
music most when she studied
the lives of the great composers.
In turn, she tried to pass on an
appreciation of music to her
students.
"That's my main goal-that
they'll grow up to enjoy music
and become listeners so that
music enriches their lives," Stern
said during the 2000 interview.
Denmark said Stern did
help him develop such an
appreciation,adding that because
of his' lessons with Stern, he can
still read music to this day.
"She had a big influence on


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Kingsley Lake
reunion set
for June 16
There will be a reunion for the
people who grew up at Kingsley
Lake during the '50s and ',60s on
Saturday, June 16, beginning at
noon. The location will be the
Kingsley Lake Civic Center.
There will be finger foods and
drinks. If you vould like to bring
something, please do. If you
would like more information,
please contact Joseph (Joey)
Callan at callanjoseph@hotmail.
com.


B ." .""3S..:- Summer

BHS students capture medals acting camps
Ol y i Jto be offered
at AAU Junior Olympics event in Starke


Bradford High School stli-
dents Brittany Goode, Ronda
McCormick, Brandi Nicols and
Sara Wade earned two gold med-
als and one silver medal as part
of the ShowTime Studios Baton
Group at the May 19 AAU Ju-
nior Olympic Southeast Super,


Regional Qualifier, which was
held May 19 in Orlando.
The event, which also fea-
tured McCormick earning a sil-
ver medal in solo freestyle, was
held in Orlando.
All four students have now
qualified for the National Junior


Olympics, which will be held
July 30-Aug. 3 in Houston.
Meagan Robinson, who is also
part of the Bradford High team,
was unable to perform due to her
participation in the Miss BHS
pageant, in which she earned
first runner-up.


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Austen Roberts and Jenna
Handley

-Handley,
Roberts to
MWed June 16
Cathy and Barry Samts of Lake
Butler announce the engagement
"of their daughter, Jenna Handley,
tb Austen Roberts, son of Avery
'aind Twyla Roberts, also of Lake
gButler.
Handley is a graduate of Union
County High School and attends
"the University of Florida. Rob-
dirts is also a graduate of Union
County High School and attends
Valdosta State University.
'The wedding is planned for
June 16, 2012, at Amelia Island
!'ith a reception to follow.


Heather Elizabeth Padgett
and William Michael McRae

McRae,
Padgett to
wed June 30
William Michael McRae and
Heather Elizabeth Padgett, along
with their parents, cordially in-
vite you to attend their wedding
ceremony on Saturday, June 30,
at 6 p.m. at First United Method-
ist Church of Starke. No local in-
vitations will be sent.


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don't forget why you came.
-Adlai Stevenson, to
college graduates


Paislee Faye Stephens

Paislee Faye
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Corey and Kayla of Starke an-
nounce the birth of their daugh-
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Editorial/Opinion

TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 31, 2012 PAGE 4B


editor@bctelegraph.com

A fine man
recognized

Dear Editor,
Sometimes we recognize
people too late, but most who
knew him probably know where
am coming from. Every time I go
to work at Hampton Elementary,
I am reminded of Mark Hodges.
Over 20 years ago, he built, me
some playground equipment that
has lasted in better shape than
most of the corporate stuff we
have installed.
"I have used the world map in the
hall he mounted more times than I
could count. I taught his children
and worked with his mom. Not
a finer fella ever volunteered to
help at a school. I know he was aw
great dad because of the children
he sent here. Bradford County
lost a very good man this- past
month. My heart goes out to his
family because I know he meant
the world to them. He did not talk
a good game; he lived it.
Steve Acree
Brooker

Response to
Ten Command-
ments protest

Dear Editor,
Now, let me see if I have
this straight. A private citizen
or citizens funded a monument
to the 10 commandments. The
Commissioners) of Bradford
County allowed sait monument
to be placed on the lawn of the
Bradford County Courthouse.
I am a "believer," but I am
also a patriot. There must
be separation of Church and
State. It is unconstitutional
and discriminatory to have it
otherwise. Will I be burned at
the stake if I don't convert to the
religion of who won the election
this term? Additionally, I do not
want to be ruled by a religious,
government. I'm a sinner.
There were many "Christians"
who attended the protest of the
monument's placement on the
courthouse lawn, and a few
atheists. It is not a religious issue,
folks. It's a constitutional issue.
Ella L. Cooney
Starke

Driving water
policy

Dear Editor,
Silk-stocking water litigation
attorney Ed de la Parte recently.
pennedaguestcolumn completely
exculpating his billionaire client
Adena Springs from any possible
adverse effects that withdrawing
13.2 million gallons of water
per day from the aquifer might
cause.
When Mr. de la Parte claims
that Adena Springs' 13.2 mgd
withdrawal effects "on these
environmental features is
virtually non-existent," we
should recall that Mr. de la
Parte has also gotten rich by
taking the side of the huge water
withdrawers during most every
recent contested withdrawal,
including the Tampa Bay water
wars.
It's also no surprise to
find that Mr. de la Parte was
also the wizard behind the
latest consolidated JEA water
withdrawal permit approved by
the Governing Board of,.the St.
Johns River Water Management
District, this in the face of rivers,
springs and lakes going dry,
violate mig minimum flow. levels
and state law and board rules
that required protection of these
natural resources.
In spite of this, a permit was
swiftly, approved, based partly
upon several false representations,
a contract notable for escape
clauses, lack of conservation
and inadequate use of reclaimed


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was conclusively known in is granted 'and this problem is
advance to be a contributing endemic to the entire United
factor in harming the Suwannee States. The Floridan Aquifer on
River, endangering springs, the which most Floridians depend
aquifer and area lakes. on for drinking water runs from
Only after the JEA permit South Carolina to. Biscayne,
was approved were the lakes Florida. What can you do to
recognized as being in need help save our water resources in
of recovery, and the district Florida? We are desperate. The
now irresponsibly wants to set lake behind my house in
minimum levels even lower as Keystone Heights has completely
permits continue to be issued. dried up and many other water
Mr. de la Parte is no doubt bodies in North Florida are
a brilliant and persuasive rapidly disappearing. As if the
mouthpiece for his clients who economy wasn't bad enough, the
have the money to pay for his loss of these water bodies also
services in support of their water further impact our poor economy
withdrawals, but he is certainly as businesses fail and real estate
not an unbiased or trustworthy values plummet. My lifetime
voice for good public water policy assets and dreams of a retirement
or a voice for our endangered on a Florida lake died with the
environment and dwindling lake.
water resources. Now, our treasured Silver
Terry Brant Springs is threatened by a
Melrose billionaire Canadian cattle
rancher located just 7 miles from
the Springs who is asking for
IKeystone 13 mgd of water to irrigate the
grass his cows feed on; which is
-WatershnOrtage more water than the whole City
of Ocala uses. I would at least
a big concern like to hear some support for the
citizens from you on this issue.
Dear Editor, The disregard and denial that over
You know how you get those pumpinhas harmed the aquifer
new r ro m pwolti se by politicians is disgraceful. The
newsletters from tpoticians citizens of this state are tired
and they ask you to. tell them o b companies, utility
about your concerns? This is companies and cattle ranches
what I have just sent to Senator being allowed to get public water
Nelson and hope other concerned for free and get richer from it
citizens will join me and demand while local businesses go out
accountability, for the water of business, as we all watch the
grabbing going on in our state: landscape of Florida forever be
Dear Senator Nelson: Nothing changed. It is a fact that investors
is more important in the State e grabbing up all the water
of Florida right now than th are grabbing up all the water
depletion of thef Florida right now than they can, water banking, and are
depletion of theFloridanAquifer planning on selling it back to
which has caused wthe landkes, us in the future at gold standard
rivers, springs and weprices. I think there should be
dry up at an alarming rate. While Congressional Hearing and
there is an obvious drought Investigation into the theft of
.greatly contributing to the public water, which belongs
depletion of our water resources, to the citizens of the State of
the huge water withdrawals Florida which has been allowed
from the aquifer for industrial, and sanctioned by Governor Rick
agricultural, landscaping and Scott and the FDEP.
human consumption are adding Jackie Host, President
insult to injury. Though severe 'Lake Area Water Alliance
water shortages are predicted Keystone Heights



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Thank you
for a quick
response

Dear Editor:
I would like to thank everyone
that took part last week when my
two barns blew down on Tuesday.
That was the worst storm I've
been in in 74 years.
It lasted about 10 minutes,
and we had hail 2 inches deep
and light wires lying all over the
ground.
I walked outside after the
storm, and Mike Brown and his
team from Lawtey Volunteer
Fire and Rescue were already
coming up the road to my house
to assist. Brian Johns from
Bradford County Emergency
Management, Sheriff Smith and
Mr. Boatwright, and many others
called offering help.
Florida Power and Light did
their job and did it well. "The
Lord doeth all things well."
Thanks!
Henry Hodges
Starke

A successful
Memorial Day

Dear Editor,
I would like to take this
opportunity to thank the
Armerican Legion Post 202 for
hosting the Memorial Service that
would have been derailed due to
inclement weather. I appreciate
their hospitality, a dry room, and
refreshments. I do not know all


th.ii made this happen. but mni\
tlai._ Ou t It ,- 1 ll imn ,oled
Tiri'e i aitendjnce "cre
pi i% ieIed I.-. hear a Noung
lI'd-, riuir-icd Cl",_.uthl ih ti _erred
I :' tours in AlIghanistan. She
%as rirLculate. respectful and
kniu'A-lcdgeable. She presented a
wonderful tribute to all military
personnel.
Carol and David Golden's
music made this a special day.
What a gift they both have and
their willingness to share is
genuine. As most ceremonies
were cancelled due to weather, I
understand Joan Jones made sure
ours was not. I heard someone
comment, "Our soldiers don't
stop due to bad weather, and
neither should we!"
It is an honor to live in a town
that respects our flag and country
and all it stands for. Thank you,
Keystone!
Tina Bullock
. Keystone Heights

Spires IGA
participates
in Wounded
Warrior Project
Dear Editor,
Spires IGA today 'announced
that it has joined forces with
other IGA independent retailers
across the country and Wounded
Warrior Project (WWP) for an
IGA Exclusive Brand cause
marketing event. During this
national campaign-running in
participating IGA stores from
Memorial Day weekend (May
28) through Labor Day weekend
(Sept. 3)-a number of WWP
co-branded IGA, Exclusive
Brand products will be available
for purchase. By fall of this
year, IGA plans to donate up to
$200,000 to WWP.
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from the sale of popular Kraft
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cases of IGA bottled spring and
drinking water, WWP-branded'
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bups, and Kraft Foods beverages,'
Crystal Light, Kool-Aid and'
Country Time.
, Here at IGA, we are pleased to
be able to use this IGA promotion,
to raise much-needed funding to
help wounded service members
with everything from physical,
health and wellness, counseling,'
family aid, and job assistance,".
Mike Spires, IGA owner said.
According to WWP, nearly"
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and women have been physically;
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providing programs and services'
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The mission of the Wounded
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the public's aid for the needs,
of injured service members, to&
help injured servicemen and'
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their needs. WWP is a nationals
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Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union

The following individuals
were arrested recently 'by lo-
cal law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay (Key-
stone Heights area) counties.
All individuals on this report are
presumed innocent until adjudi-
cated guilty by a court.
Alicia Dawn Baker, 33, of
Starke was arrested May 25 by
Bradford deputies for DUI.
Jonathan Tyrone Bass, 30, of
Starke was arrested May 28 by
Starke .police for a weapon of-
fense and possession of a weap-
on.
Jose Miguel Beltran, 31, 6f
Starke was arrested May 25 by
.Bradford deputies for aggravat-
ed battery and cruelty toward a
child.
Shawn Robbrt Bitgood, 35,
of Starke was arrested May 27
by Bradford deputies for hit and'
run.
Clarinda Saddler Burch; 58,
of Starke was arrested May 25
by Starke police for retail theft.
Tremaine Alvin Byrd, 27, of
Starke was arrested May 23 by
Bradford deputies for two counts
of larceny, two counts of dealing
in stolen property, two counts of
burglary, and two counts of pub-
lic order crimes. Bond was set at
$8,000.
Nathaniel Carter, 53, of
Starke was arrested May 25 by
Bradford deputies for disorderly
conduct.
Telv Deltwan Coleman, 23 of
Sanderson was arrested May 26
by Starke police for two counts
of possession of marijuana.
John Lamar Crews, 42 of
Starke was arrested May 24 by
Bradford deputies for battery.
Bond was set at $50,000.
Justin Drawdy, 28, of Lake
Butler was arrested May 27 by
Bradford deputies for withhold-
ing child support.
James Mannon Goff, 25, of
Lake Butler was arrested May


24 by Bradford deputies for mis-
demeanor probation violation.
Donavan Denver Goodman,
40, of WildwoOd was arrested
May 22 by Starke police for dis-
orderly intoxication.
Marcus Quartz Green-, 32, of
Chattahoochee was arrested May
26 by Starke police for driving
with a suspended license.
Tyrone Alvon Guioh, 23, of
Starke was arrested May 25 by
Starke police for possession of
marijuana and operating a ve-
hicle with no valid driver's li-
cense.
Ronald Louis Hays, 37, of
Hernando, was arrested May 22
by Starke police for disorderly
intoxication.
Torelle L Henderson, 18, of
Lawtey was arrested May 22 by
Lawtey police for trespassing
and retail theft.
James Gregory Hirner, 39, of
Middleburg was arrested May 26
by Bradford deputies for driving
with a suspended license. Bond
was set at $5,000.
Robert Jackson,28, of Lawtey
was arrested May 22 by Lawtey
police for dealing in stolen prop-
erty. Bond was set at $10,000.
Kimbery Renee James, 37, of
Starke was arrested May 22 by
Starke police for larceny. Bond
was set at $5,000.
Jason Antwan Jefferson, 29, of
Jacksonville was arrested May
26 by Starke police for a weapon
possession charge. Bond was set
at $10,000.
Willie Charles Jenkins, 55, of
Starke was arrested May 23 by
Starke police for driving with a
suspended license.
Joshua L Keplar, 33, of
Starke was arrested May 26 by
Bradford deputies for an out of
county warrant. Bond was set at
$5,500.
Marsha Kaye Lane, 50, of
Palmetto was arrested May 25
by Starke police for DUI.
Donald Vernon Lavery, 40, of
Hampton was arrested May 25
by Bradford deputies for an out
of county warrant.
Qt ade Long, 22, of Jackson-


ville was arrested May 26 by
Starke police for driving.with a
suspended license.
Danny Lee Martin, 58, of
Waldo was arrested May 26 by
Bradford deputies for DUI.
Rafael Alfonzo Mendez, 32,
of Brooker was arrested May 25
by Bradford deputies for a nod-
moving traffic violation.
Tywann Tyrell Mills, 33, of
Lawtey was arrested May 22
by Starke police for possession
of marijuana and possession of
narcotic equipment.
George Anthony Padgett, 49,
of Lake Butler was arrested May
24 by Bradford deputies for hit
and run, burglary, aggravated
assualt, fleeing/eluding police,
and a failure to appear. Bond
was set at $54,000.
Cadilyn Keri Rex, 19, of
Brooker was arrested May 22 by
Bradford deputies for battery.
Charles Bernard Ruise, 38, of
Glen St. Mary was arrested May
22 by Bradford deputies for fail-
ure to appear. Bond was set at
$4,000.
Alfred Jerome Seymour, 28,
of High Springs was arrested
May 26 by Bradford deputies
for DUI.
Tavius Lamor Shanks, 22, of
Sanderson was arrested May 23
by Starke police for felony pro-
bation violation.
Charles M Simmons, 40, of
Starke was arrested May 24 by
Bradford deputies for aggra-
vated assualt and felony battery.
Bond was set at $100,000.
Robert Cornelius Sylvester,
31, of Starke was arrested May
25 by Bradford deputies for
sexual offender violation, fail-
ure to notify law enforcement
of a change of address within 48
hours.
DenLese Michell Tyson, 39, of
Starke was arrested May 25 by
Starke police for driving with a
suspended license.
Carrie Hodge, 34, of Keystone
Heights was arrested May 22 by
Clay deputies for defrauding a
financial institution.
Clinton Kirkland, 40, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested NVay


23 by Clay deputies for failure
to appear for not having a mo-
torcycle endorsement.
Amanda Ferreri, 23, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested May
24 by Clay deputies for domes-
tic simple battery.
Floyd Inscoe, 31, of Keystone
Heights was arrested May 25
by Clay deputies for vandalism
over 200 dollars, for two counts
of tampering/fabricating physi-
cal evidence, and four counts of
providing false information to
law enforcement officers.
Shane Merritt, 19,.of Key-
stone Heights was arrested May
25 by Clay deputies for simple
battery, petit theft, and resisting
retail merchant/officer.
Brittany Swilley, 23, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested May
25 by Clay deputies for simple
battery and resisting retail mer-
chant/officer.
Raymond Williams, 75, of
Melrose was arrested May 25
by Clay deputies for violation of
probation criminal mischief.
Walter Schneider, 38, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested May
26 by Clay deputies for failure
to appear for driving with li-


cense suspended revoked.
James Goforth,. 44, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested May
28 by Clay deputies for posses-
sion of a controled substance
and possession of drug para-
phernalia.
John Moore, 28, of Melrose
was arrested May 28 by Clay
deputies for driving with sus-
pended/revoked license.
Russell Andrew Michel, 41,
of Lawtey was arrested May 19


by Union deputies for DUI and"
driving with license suspendedcf
revoked. -
Kevin Austin Wethy, 19, 'of
Lake Butler was arrested May
.18 by Union deputies for deal-
ing in stolen property.
Lizabeth Lynna Zachary, 26,
of, Jacksonville was arrested
May 23 by Union deputies for
four counts of felony prQba-
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Tigers roll to 48-0 win over University in spring classic


BY DAN HILDEBRAN
StarkeJournal.com Editor


"-' University Christian lost five
u't'umbles in the first two quarters,
allowingng Union County to build
L:'i.42-0 first half lead en route to
' i' 48-0 final in the two teams'
spring game Friday night in
'-take Butler.
r! Prince Alexander scored on
'jruns of 40, 11 and 10 yards in the
m1Tfirst half. He also had a 70-yard
'Yrn, which ended on the Univer-
* sit y Christian 10-yard line.
* Daquin Edwards contributed
'-Ivith a 32-yard touchdown gal-
"'i;Ip and a 2-yard plunge after
'the Tiger defense recovered a
'Pumble at the Christian two.
;''Edwards concluded the scoring
'f'arly in the third quarter.
Walter Mabrey also scored for
'"the home team, breaking loose
on a 21-yard sprint to the 4, and
: then taking it in on the follow-
Ing play.
Tigers head coach Ronny
Pruitt said the score did not ac-
.curately reflect the talent level


of the two teams.
. "They had some problems
with their center-quarterback
exchange," he said. "They are


with the Eagles responding with
two field goals.
Phillip James had a big play
for the Tornadoes on Fleming
Island's second -scoring drive,
dropping Nelson for a 2-yard
loss on a third-and-2 play.
Nelson, however, converted the
ensuing fourth-down play with
an 8-yard ruh to the Bradford 38.
A 22-yard pass play converted a
later third-down play and put the
Eagles at the Bradford 10. James
and teammate Keaaris Ardley
were in on two tackles behind
the line of scrimmage as the
Eagles settled for a 33-yard field
goal and a 9-0 lead with 1:36 to
play in the opening quarter.
A holding penalty backed
the Eagles up to start their next
offensive series, but after a
second-and-20 play, they were
able to pick up a first down, with
Nelson running for :a 4-yard
gain on fourth-and-2. The drive,
which started at the Fleming
Island 36, was helped by a
personal foul penalty committed
by the Tornadoes, but defensive
back Cameron Jenkins made a
big play by breaking up a pass
in the end zone. Fleming Island


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Bradford finally generated
some momentum in the second
quarter, but could not carry' that
over in the second half, which
'-featured three of the Tornadoes'
four turnovers in a spring
,qJ'ootball classic against Fleming
Island on May 25 in Starke.
Fleming Island scored the first
12 points of the game.and held
1 a 12-6 advantage after a varsity-
.onl\ first half. The Golden
Eagles outscored Bradford 14-0
Sinhe second half,which featured
%arsitl players playing for most
of the third quarter before giving
"- .. a. to junior varsity players.
An inability to take care of the
' ball frustrated new head coach
Ste% e Reynolds, who ultimately
took the blame himself..
"I'm very proud of our kids
9 and the way they fought, but I've
got to get better as a head coach
,. and make us a more disciplined
2 team," Reynolds said. "I've
gotto, get better coaching ball
security.- Too many turnovers.
[That's my fault."
; Still, Reynolds saw reasons to
'be optimistic. Fleming Island,
which advanced to the regional
finals in Class 5A in 2009
and 2010 and was a regional
semifinalist in Class 7A last
season, recovered a Bradford
fumble on the game's opening
seriess and marched 56 yards
for a touchdown. However, the
Tornadoes limited the Eagles to
two field goals the remainder
,Of the half before scoring
themselves with approximately
,two minutes left in the second
.quarter,
"I think we're right there,"
Reynolds said. "We're very
close to being a very successful
ball team."
Fleming Island running back
Terrence Nelson had the game's
first score on a 3-yard touchdown
|run, capping a drive on which he
jhad 41 yards on five carries.
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and it showed tonight."
The coach added that he was
satisfied with the team's spring,


Bradford wide
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27-yard reception
in the second
quarter to help
set up the
Tornadoes' only
score in a spring
classic against
Fleming Island.


eventually kicked a 32-yard field
goal to go up 12-0 approximately
four minutes into the second
quarter.
Bradford's offense finally got
moving, putting together a 75-
yard touchdown drive. It was
helped by a pass interference
penalty, which occurred on a
third-and-li play. Then, on
another third-and-long play,
quarterback Jacob Luke hooked
up with Kenny Dinkins for a 27-
yard gain to the Fleming Island
27. A 10-yard reception by Joel
Prevatt resulted in another first
down at the 12-yard line, but a
holding penalty would back the
Tornadoes up to the 22.
The Ealges committed their
own holding penalty two plays
later, giving Bradford a second-
and-6 opportunity at the 8-yard
line. Lyndell Hampton was
dropped for a 1-yard loss before
Luke scrambled for an 8-yard
gain, setting Carlos Grissett up
for a 1-yard touchdown run with
1:57 left in the first half.
Luke finished the half 7-of-
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interceptions.
Yards were hard to come by


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yard touchdown
run in the
first quarter.
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crossed the goal
line three times
in Union's 48-0
win.






although he would have liked to
have seen some of his younger
talent in the game.
Pruitt added that like last year,


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third quarter, though the Eagles
did attempt a 42-yard field goal,
which was no good at the 1:41
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Reynolds said. "I don't think
effort was a problem."


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impact on the season.
"The weight room will, make
or break tis," he said. We've got
some young kids we have got to
get into shape."


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KHHS coach sees good things

despite 14-7 spring loss


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
The starting offense failed
to score, but Keystone Heights
head coach Chuck Dickinson
saw some good things from a unit
that lost seven starters from last
season in the Indians' 14-7 loss
to Menendez in a spring-classic
on.May 25 in St. Augustine.
Varsity starters played the
entire first half and some .of the
third quarter, but the Indians
were held scoreless until running
back Anton Noble scored on an
approximately 30-yard run after
basically three quarters of play.
The offensive unit, though,
lost seven starters from last
season, including four linemen
and quarterback Evan Harvey.
."Offensively, I wasn't sure
(what to expect)," Dickinson
said. "We've just got to get more
consistent in our blocking."
The line, which features
returning starterAndrew Stanley,
did make things happen when
the players .carried out their
assignments. Returning leading
-rusher Alex Gonzales averaged 7
yards per carry, gaining 60 yards
on nine carries in the first half.
Noble gained 50 yards on eight
carries in the second half.
"At times, .we moved the
ball," Dickinson said. "The
quarterbacks played OK.
They've come a long way from
week one."
Robbie Davis and Logan
Stanley are battling to be the
team's quarterback-a position


Alex Gonzales, pictured
during practice, averaged
7 yards per carry against
Menendez.
new to both of them. Davis
completed three passes for 25
yards .in the first half, while
Stanley completed two for 25
yards in the second half.
Together, they attempted only
10 passes as the Indians operated
out of a base offense.
"We didn't put a whole lot
in," Dickinson said of the game
plan.
The defense operated out of a
base formation as well and came
close to shutting Menendez out
in the first half, but the Falcons
scored on a 41-yard run with
approximately three minutes left
in the second quarter. Dickinson
said two defenders collided. on
the play.


Menendez scored early in
the second half after its defense
came up with an interception.
The Falcons scored on an
approximately 30-yard pass
play.
Dickinson said other that a
susceptibility to intermediate
passes, his defense played well.
"We shut down their option
other than that one (first-half)
play and shut down their short
passing game," Dickinson said.
Garrett McGee made
some nice tackles in the
secondary, while linebackers
Chris Anderson, John Brown
Chris Gillen all played well,
Dickinson said. Josh Knight was
a disruptive force from the nose
guard position:
"He was in the backfield a lot
of the night," Dickinson said of
Knight.
Gonzales and Michael
Carroll were solid in punting
and placekicking, respectively,
Dickinson said, noting that
Carroll's game-opening kickoff
went into the end zone.
"I -think we're OK in the
kicking game," Dickinson said.
The spring games have always
been times of evaluation for
Dickinson more than anything
else, which is why the coach is
never too concerned with the
final scores. It's all about seeing
who might best be able to fill
positions of need.
"For me,it's moreofateaching
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Northside's Bunch to play football at Weber


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor -
Every since he started high
school, Northside Christian
Academy senior Sp'encer Bunch
said people have been telling
him he's good enough to punt at
the collegiate level.
Turns out they were right as
Bunch signed a letter of intent
to play at Weber International
University during a signing
ceremony at Northside on May
24.
. "Unbelievable, really," Bunch
replied when asked to describe
his feelings. "I don't know.
It's hard to explain. It's just
exciting."
Bunch, who once attended
Bradford High School, admitted
he wasn't sure if he could earn
such an opportunity playing at
Northside, which played its first'
year of tackle football in 2011.
Plus, Northside played a six-
manversion of the game.
"At Bradford High School,


it's an 11-man football team, so
they have more colleges come to
look at them," Bunch said.
However, the opportunity did
present itself, making Bunch
the second-ever student-athlete
in Northside history to get
the chance to play at the next
level, joining volleyball player
Cheyenne" Hourigan, a fellow
senior. Buhch, though, is the
first-ever Northside student to-
receive an athletic scholarship to
supplement an academic one.
"It means a lot in helping the
young kids realize there's a goal
here to reach," Northside head
football coach Lewis Mabrey
said. "If they're good enough,
they can go to the next level."
Though he will be vying for
a punting position at jWeber,
Bunch, who averaged 40 yards
per punt, proved himself to be an
all-around player at Northside.
He also played linebacker and
fullback, making 71 tackles and
carrying the ball, 82 times for


524 yards and 12 touchdowns.
Bunch also caught 13
passes for 199 yards and three
touchdowns. He was named the
team's MVP.
"I thank God for the
opportunity to have had
Spencer," Mabrey said. "He's a
great kid, I think he'll be a great
asset to (the Weber) program." .
Bunch said he visited the
Weber campus two months ago.
He liked the fact it is a small
school, making it easy to fit in
and meet people, and enjoyed
meeting the school's coaches.
"When I got there and talked
to the coaches and everything,
they just made me really want
to go there," Bunch said. "It
seemed like a perfect school for
me."
Weber loses its punter to
graduation, which means. Bunch
has a chance to step in and earn
the job as a freshman. If he does
step onto the field this upcoming
season, it will be quite a different


Spencer Bunch is pictured with mother, Miriam Parker, and Northside Christian
head football coach Lewis Mabrey.


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to.
"You've got a lot more fans.
You've probably got more
pressure on you," Bunch said.
"You've just got to clear your
head and kick."
Mabrey has confidence, that
Bunch will have an impact on
the Weber program.
"No doubt," Mabrey said. "I
think he can be a leader. I know
he'll bring to their program an
aggressive, hard-nosed player."


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Dorothy Alcott
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Dorothy Traver Alcott, 91, of
Keystone Heights, died Friday,
May 25, 2012, at Bradford Terrace
Nursing Home following an
extended illness.
Alcott was born on March 12,
1921, in New York City to the late
Harold and Dorothy Jones Traver.
She was a homemaker and member
of the Park of the Palms. She was
preceded in death by: her husband,
E. George Alcott; and two sons,
Stephen and David Alcott. She
is 'survived by: her son, Daniel
Alcott of Manchester, Md.; four
grandchildren and. eight great-
grahdchildren.
Arrangements are under the care
of 4ones-Gallagher .Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights.

William Bedell
PORT ST. JOHN--William A.
SBedell Jr., of Port St. John, passed
away peacefully on Thursday, May
17, 2012, at Wuesthoff Hospice
House.
Mr. Bedell was born in
Middletown, Pa. on March 29,
1932. He was .raised in Dundalk,
Md., and served in the U.S. Air
Force during the Korean War. In
1956, he moved toFlorida with the
Martin Company and began working
in [the Vanguard and Pershing
programs aS an ordinance engineer
at Cape Canaveral. His career as
an ordinance/safety engineer at
Kennedy Space Center continued
through the Gemini, Apollo and
Space Shuttle programs until, his
retirement in 1-995..
His. knowledge and experience
earned many commendations and
awards for his service in the space
program. He enjoyed his retirement
years working on many projects
in his home and yard, seeing his
grandchildren, and mingling with
friends at his favorite hang-outs,
Daddy O's and Corky Bell's.
Bill was preceded in death by:
his parents, William A. Bedell Sr.
an4 Marion Wagner Bedell; and
his4brother, Kenneth- Robert Bedell.
He,. is survived by: his daughters,
Sujan (David) Stanleyof Keystone
Heights, and Linda Bedell of
Copoa; a son, Richard Bedell of
Atranta, Ga.; a sister, Jean (John)
Newton of Parkersburg, W.Va.; a
brother, John Bedell of Dundalk,
M4; grandchildren, Evan, Katie,
Timothy, Deborah and Kimberly
Stanley; and many nieces and,
nephews.
A memorial service was held on
May 26, at Wylie Baxley Merritt
Island Funeral Home. In lieu qf
flowers, donations may be made
to Wuesthoff Hospice House, 8060
Spyglass Hill Road, Viera, FL
3240.


was a lifelong resident."
Mr. Boree retired from
Jacksonville Naval Air Station after
serving 37 years and eight months as
a plumber. He was a self-employed
plumber and worked as a farmer
until the present.
Levi .was a longtime member
of Kingsley Lake Baptist Church
where he served as a deacon.
He was preceded in death by: his
son, David Boree; and his twin sister,
Effie Mae Vance. He is survived by:
his wife of 53 years, Kathy Johns
-Boree of Middleburg; a daughter,
Betty Boree (Ricky) Brackett of
Lake Butler; sons, Paul (Wendy)
Boree of Middleburg, and Douglas
(Kelley) Boree of Jacksonville;
seven grandchildren, David Boree
Jr., Chelsea Boree, Lauren Young,
Charity Darby, Lilly Dalton, Lucus.
Brackett and. Derrell Brackett; and
three great-grandchildren, Morgan
Young, Dylan Cayce and Kenzie
Brackett.I
The family received friends on
May 28, at Kingsley Lake Baptist
Church. Funeral services were
held on May 29, in Kingsley Lake
Baptist Church with Pastor Zeb
Cook and the Rev. Jim Doster
officiating. Interment followed in
Kingsley Lake Cemetery. In lieu
of flowers, contributions may be
made to Gideons International, P.O.
Box 140800, Nashville, TN 37.214,
Kingsley Lake Baptist Church
Designation of LaCrosse Children's
Home, 6289 Mary Dot Ln., Starke,
FL 32091, or Community Hospice
of NE .Florida, 4266 Sunbeam
Road, Jacksonville, FL 32257.
Arrangements are. by Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of Starke.
Ofiline condolences may be left at
www.jonesgallaghe rfh.com.,
PAID OBITUARY

Ivalene Chitty
MELROSE-Ivalene Copeland
Chitty, 84, of Melrose, died on,
Tuesday, May 29, 2012, at Shands
at Stark&.
Mrs. Chitty was born on Nov. 11,
1927, in Archer to the late Gary and
AthaBradberry Copeland and moved
to Melrose in 1965. Ivalene was a
member of Hope Baptist Church
and was a homemaker. She was
preceded in death by: her husband
of 63 years, James L. Chitty; and a
son, Joel Wayne Chitty.
She is survived by: her son,
Michael H. (Sadie) Chitty of Starke;
three grandchildren; onrie great-
grandchild and several nieces and
nephews.
-A viewing for Mrs. Chitty will
be held on Thursday, May 31, from
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STARKE-Norris "Chip"
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. He was born in Penney Farms on
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Lake for several years and worked
as an administrative technician in
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He was a longtime member of
Pine Level Baptist Church where he
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and deacon. Chip enjoyed gospel
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Donald and Grady Wainwright;
his sister, Hazel Ryan; his five
grandchildren and nine great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
May 28 at Beulah Baptist Church
with Pastor Terry Williamson and
Leon Thomas officiating. Interment
followed at Beulah Baptist Church
Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the
family asks that donations be made
to the Pine Level Baptist Church
Missionary Fund in Chip's name.
Arrangements are under the care
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PAID OBITUARY

Julia Wheeler
I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Julia
E. Wheeler, 80,of Keystone Heights,
died Tuesday, May 29, 2012, at
Willey Manor Assisted Living
Facility in Keystone Heights.
Wheeler was born on April
22, 1932, in McAlpin (Suwarinee
County) to the late Cleo and Lucille
Wood Goff, and moved to Keystone
Heights from Jacksonville in 1972.
Prior to retirement, she worked as a
licensed practical nurse at Bradford
Hospital, now Shands at Starke.
Julia was a member of Lake Hill
Baptist Church and the Order of the
Eastern Star. She was preceded in
death by: her husband of 54 years,
Mack-Wheeler.
She is survived by: her children,
Linda Wheeler Geer of Jacksonville,
Mack R. (Harriet) Wheeler of


Palatka, Larry (Debra) Wheeler-i
of Orange oPark, Randall yWfeeler
of Jacksonville, and Jeff (Renee)
Wheeler' of Keystone Heights;
her brother, Butch (Gail) Goff of
Jacksonville; 12 grandchildren and,
13 great-grandchildren.
The family will receive friends at"
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home in-
Keystone Heights on Thursday, May t
31, from 6-8 p.m. Funeral services
will be held on Friday, June 1, at 11
a.m. in Lake Hill Baptist Church
with Pastor Jim Snell officiating.
Interment will follow in Keystone-
Heights Cemetery.. In lieu of flowers,
contributions may be made to Park
of the Palms Willey Manor, 231'
Maranatha Rd., Keystone Heights,
FL 32656, or Community Hospice,-
4266 Sunbeam .Rd., Jacksonville,
FL 32257. Arrangements are under
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Brian Blackshear signs his letter of intent, joined by his aunt Mary Mosley (left) and
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Bradford's Blackshear to play

football at Edward Waters


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor,.
It was certainly tough to
deal with an injury that ended
his high school playing career
early, but Bradford High School
senior Brian Blackshear will
get the chance. to suit up and
play football again, thanks
to a scholarship offer from
Jacksonville's Edward Waters
College.
"I kind of thought it .was
the end 'of the world," said
Blackshear, who tore the ACL
in his right knee approximately
halfway through last season.
"The people aroundane kept me
motivated and pushed me to my
limits. I finally got through it."
Some schools that had shown
interest in Blackshear backed
off after the injury. Edward
Waters, though, came through
with an offer that, might have
,the defensive back switch to the
offensive side of the ball to play
wide receiver.
Blackshear has no problem
with making'a position switch.
He said former Bradford head
coach Derek Chipoletti told him
could play multiple positions,
t defensive back was where he
ded up because of the team's
d at that position.
I If he's playing a position, he's
aying football again. That's
t important thing.
'I just wanted to get another
ance," Blackshear said.
SNew Bradford head coach
teve Reynolds said Blackshear
is a tremendous athlete, which
lf demonstraWd gnQjust pt.,,
de'fe&ie back.'pi a;*member
special teams as well.
#"He blocked like 10 PATs
field-goal attempts in two
y.ars," Reynolds said. "That's
riculous considering he didn't
een finish (last) season."
Reynoldsdidn'tseemsurprised
t at Edward Waters would
consider moving Blackshear to
te offensive side of the ball.
J"He has big-play potential,"
lynolds said. "I think that's
tiat they see in him. They see
tqe opportunity to have a player
vNho can really make things
happen."
Blackshear said his knee is
*bck to 100 percent after six
rnonths of rehabilitation, but 1
admitted he has the mindset
tlat he has to work 10 times
harder than everyone else on the
Reward Waters team because
he's undersized.


Merrill joins
Blackshear as
scholarship
recipient

,Brian Blackshear was
n6t the only Bradford High
School senior to talk part in a
scholarship signing last week as
A4ndy Merrill signed his letter
of intent to run cross country
atd Jacksonville University.
Merrill's scholarship signing
ceremony took place May 21.
gAstorywillappearinnextweek's
T legraph-Times- Monitor..

Fly fishing is
topic of May
31 Crosshorn
meeting

Fly fishing professional John
WValdren of Black Fly Outfitter
irf Jacksonville will.speak at the
Thursday, May 31, meeting of
ifosshorn Ministries at 7 p.m. at
the Starke Golf and Country Club.
'Crosshorn Ministries provides
a time of fellowship for men
and boys who love the outdoors.
(For more information on
Crosshorn Ministries, please
v'sit the website www.crosshorn.
org, or. call John Whitfield
al 352-468-3595. YoU may
also send email to Whitfield
at huntfishwriter@aol'com.


"I've just got to keep my mind
set on the goal that I want to
reach," Blackshear said.
That goal will be to step back
onto a field as a football player.
"I'm going to have butterflies,
because it's been a while,"
Blackshear said. "I'm going to
give it all I've got."


Reynolds is glad to see a
player he said was a "serious
contributor" to Bradford's
success the last two years get a
chance to keep playing.
"I'm just real proud of him,"
Reynolds said. "He didn't stop.
He didn't get down. This is a
great opportunity for him."


Tops in T-ball tournament

The Bradford Gray won the T-ball league tournament on May 19. Pictured are:
(front, I-r) Wyatt Chapman, Trevor Noble, Brody Gunter, Preston Bonsall, Trenton
Klein, Seth Chestnut, (middle, I-r) Matthew Stafford, Marcus Strong, Trente Jenkins,
Hunter Gathright, Landyn Lynn, Tristen Jones and (back, I-r) coaches Brad
Chapman, Robby Bonsall and Matt Stafford.


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that's OK. You decide how hard
you want to work, and it's really
better to take your time getting
used to spinning. There's no
pressure; we try to make it fun
for everyone.
"If you want a challenging
workout, it can be that, too. The
good thing is, no matter what
you do, you'll be better off for
having been there."
Bridgman and his wife, Mary,
started exercising at the career
center in late 2010 after they
moved here from Jacksonville.,
"We were avid' members
of the First Coast YMCA in
Jacksonville, taking up to seven
classes a week after we retired,"
said Mary Bridgman, a former
executive at Blue Cross Blue
Shield of Florida. "We were
very concerned about finding
fun and challenging group
exercise activities in Starke. I
happened to read an article in the
Telegraph about the BUACTC's
spin program, so we investigated
it right away.
"We participated for almost
a year until we realized there
was a need for more instructors
and classes. Along with Tiffany
Dougherty, Noele Miller and
AimeeJennings,we contacted the
Aerobic and Fitness Association
of America and took training in
indoor cycle instruction."
The Bridgmans also got
certified as group fitness
instructors and took additional
training in Pilates and yoga
instruction.
"We'd taken Pilates and yoga
for about 10 years, and we really
missed it," Ben Bridgman said.
"So we're proud to add Pilates
and yoga to the BUACTC
lineup-the first Pilates classes
available in our community.
Pilates and yoga are perfect.
complements to indoor cycling,
which, like most forms of
aerobic exercise, can cause the
muscles to tighten and shorten.
Pilates and yoga stretch them
out and also strengthen the core
muscles."
Ben also teaches defensive
conditioning, which provides
exercise together with basic self-
defense skills. He developed
the curriculum himself after 29


years in law enforcement.
Starke's indoor-cycling
program was started in 2008 by
Eric Shupe. Classes were held
in a local gym and- eventually
relocated to the career center.
Shupe has since moved to High
Springs and is in the process of
starting a spin program there.
Steve Hayes, formerly the
pastor at First Christian Church
of Starke, taught spin classes at
the career center from 2009 until
last month. He's already lined
up spin-teaching opportunities
in his new community, where
he accepted a position at First
Christian Church of Mattoon,
Ill.
"Steve made a great
contribution to our spin
program," Harris said. "He will
be missed."
"These exercise classes
are a special bargain for
Bradford County School Board
employees," Miller, a Southside
Elementary School teacher, said.
"School board employees can
pay a low monthly fee-only
$20-and take any number of
classes they wish. If you spin
twice a week and take Pilates
and yoga-16 classes-that's
little more than a dollar per
class. And we have a special
class at 4 p.m. on Tuesdays and
Thursday, which fits well with
teachers' schedules."
"Love it, love it, love it,"
Tammy Saxon, an exceptional
student education staffing
specialist, exclaimed. "I
participate because it is a great


workout that you can tailor to
your own needs, and the price is
great as well as the flexibility of
time offerings. It has given me
more energy and lowered my
'blood pressure."
To borrow a phrase from a
well-known car commercial,
"This is not your father's
Oldsmobile."
"When I was growing up,,my
parents had a stationary bicycle,"
Karen Hardesty said. "When I
heard about spinning a few years
ago, I thought it was the same
exercise that my parents did,
but I sure was wrong. Spinning
involves a variety of routines,
including strength training by
adjusting- the tension on the
bicycle, just like the 10-speed
bicycle I had when I was young.
There are 'jumps' in which you
stand, pedal, sit, pedal-you get
the point.
"I have been told that it takes
,approximately one month to
build up the muscles and stamina
to complete the routines in one.
class, and I'm happy to say that
I am more than halfway there.
I work at my own pace, which
I like, and have set goals for
myself.'
"Spinning is easier on the
joints than most other exercises,"
Hardesty. said. "I would
recommend this class to others
who are looking for variety in
their exercise routine or who
want to start exercising. No one
is judging me in the class, and
I am seeing improvement in
my strength and stamina every


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Arc of Bradford
softball
tourney set for
June 15-1 .
The Arc of Bradford County
will be hosting a fundraising
softball tournament Friday and
Saturday, June 15-16, at Little
Rain Lake Park in Keystone
Heights.
The Keystone Heights Recre-
" ation Association will be manag-
ing the tournament, which will
offer concessions as well as the
chance to win an air-hockey game
or Top Skater arcade game.
I For more information, or ta
register a team, please visit the!
website www.arcofbradford. org.
or call 904-964-7699.


There's still
time to sign
up for College
for Kids
Registration is currently under
way at either the Santa Fe Col-
lege Andrews Center or online
at www.mysfcollege.com for
the school's Jr. College for Kids
and College for Kids programs-
programs that allow children to
get a taste of college life by reg-
istering for classes and actually
taking those classes on a college
campus.
Plus, it's.a fun way to spend
part of the summer.
Jr. College for Kids is for ris-
- ing third-fifth-graders. It it a
scheduled for Monday, June 25,
d through Friday, June 29, from 8
a.m. through 11:55 a.m.
The cost is $75. (Some courses
may include an additional fee for
supplies.)
College for Kids is scheduled
for Monday, July 9, through Fri-
day, July 20. It is for rising sixth-
I Oth-graders.
Full-day sessions (8:10 a.m.-
4:25 p.m.) and half-day sessions
(8:10 a.m.-noon) are offered at a
cost of $240 and $120, respec-
tively.
For more information, please
visit the Andrews Center, which
is open Mondays-Thursdays 8
'a.m.-9 p.m. and Fridays 8 a.m.-
4:30 p.m., or call the center at
904-964-5382, You may also
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week."
Participant Sandra Starling
agreed.
"I always have more energy
after I spin," Starling said. "I,
try to talk myself out of going toV.
class sometimes because I am so
tired, but am always glad I didc
go to exercise afterward."
Dougherty became interested;
in indoor cycling after an injury.
She said spin, a low-impact,
form of exercise, facilitated her
rehabilitation.
Now, she teaches a class-
for early risers at 5:30 a.m. on!
Monday and Wednesdays.. -
Jim DeValerio also benefited,
from taking spin classes.
"Attending Ben and Mary's"
spin cycling, yoga and Pilatesi
classes has helped me recover.
from a knee surgery as well as,
getting some routine, relaxing.
exercise," DeValerio said.
Being able to stay fit without
injury is important, to Sharonw
Petiprin.
"I am 69 years old and haves
been in a spin class at least twice,
a week for almost four years,"'
Petiprin said. "If anyone is
looking for a safe and effective
form of aerobic exercise, I would,
highly recommend spin classes.,
Just be sure you are being led by.
a trained spin instructor. They,
know how to see to it that you get
a safe and effective workout."
If you're interested in trying
a class, contact the Bradford
Union Area Career Technical
Center at 904-966-6780 for
information on registration and
purchasing tickets. (The first
class is always free.)
Spin is offered Mondays
and Wednesdays at 5:30 a.m.,
Monday at5 p.m., andTuesdays
and Thursdays at 4 p.m. and 6
p.m.
Ben Bridgman teaches a self-
defense class Mondays at 6
p.m. and offers yoga and Pilates
at 5 p.m. on Tuesdays and
Thursday.
All classes-with the
exception of the 4 p.m. indoor-
cycling class-will be offered
during the summer.


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58 Building Materials
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60 Secretarial Services
61 Scriptures
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rent Lake Butler. Starke/
Home for rent deposit
required. Call 678-438-
6828.
MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT starting at $525
per month. Hidden Oaks,
Lake Butler. Call 386-
496-8111.
LAKE BUTLER APART-
MENTS, 1005 SW6th St.
Lake Butler, 32054. TDD/
TTY 711. Rental assis-
tance for qualified appli-
cants. 1,2,3, & 4 BR. HC
and non-HC accessible
apartments. Laundryfacil-
. ity and playground. Wa-
ter, sewer, and garbage
provided. "This institution
is an equal opportunity
provider and employer."
Call 386-496-3141.
PERMANENT ROOMS
for rent at the Magnolia
Hotel. Both refrigerator
and microwave. Special
rates, by the month. Call
904-964-4303 for'more
information.
2BR/2BA SW in Lake Butler
out towards Lulu. $600
security, $600 rent, no
smoking, service animals
only. Call 904-364-6944.
2BR/1 BA APT. $400/mo. no
deposit, month to month.
Credit check, referenc-
es. Call Joan, 904-964-
4303.
3BR/2BA MOBILE HOME.
CH/A, dishwasher, wash-
er/dryer, new carpet, yard
maintenance included.
$675/mo. First, last, de-
posit. Service animals
only. Call,352-473-0464.


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LAKE GENEVA MOBILE
HOME PARK, under new
management, Keystone
Heights. For rent large
2BR/2BA,also smaller
2BR/1BA. Call Rick at
352-235-0506.
2BR/2BA MH, off Morgan
Road. $450/mo. last and
deposit. Call 352-745-
6603.
2BR/1BA APT. CH/A. Elec-
tric range, refrig. wall to
wall carpet. $495/mo.
1st, last, sec. deposit.
References, call 904-966-
1334.
3BR/2BA DOUBLEWIDE,
$675/mo. 12273 SE 21st
Ave., Starke. In coun-
try. First and $675 sec.
deposit to move in, ser-
vice animals only, senior
discount. Call 904-964-
8637.
3BR/2BA, CH/A, MH on 1.5
Acres,(lawn care avail-
able). Garden tub, fire
place. recently remodeled
with new carpet, appli-
ances, mini blinds. Near
hospital, only serious ap-
ply. Available 7-1-2012.
Nonsmoking, service
-animals only, references.
$700/mo. plus $700 secu-
rity. 904-662-3735.
CLEAN 3BR/2BA with a
garage, nice neighbor-
hood, 1011B. West Pratt
St. $725/mo. plus de-
posit. Call 904-964-8073
to apply.
SPACIOUS 2BR/1.5BA MH.
Located in Melrose, quiet
community, $395/mo. with
$300 deposit. Call 352-
358-1114.
KEYSTONE AREA 4BR/
2BA, DWMH, CH/A,
fenced and shaded lot.
$695/mo. references re-
quired 352- 317-5880.
2BR/1BA HOUSE, $575.
Lake Geneva area. Also,
studio apt. $400/mo, utili-
ties included. Call 1 -954-
270-2919.
2BR/2BA MOBILE HOME
in small park Keystone
Heights area. Garbage,
lawn maintenance, and
water included. $450/mo.
plus $450 deposit. Call
352-235-0020.
STAKE 2BR/1BA house
inside city limits.$450/mo.
plus deposit. Call 352-
235-6319.


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2BR/1 BA Central Air, wash-
er/dryer, new 12x12 shed,
fenced yard, Starke. $650/
mo. Call 386-523-5091.
52
Animals And
Pets.
FREE TO GOOD HOME,
Cur/mixed puppies. 9
male, 1 female 7 weeks,
old. call 407-666-8622.
53A
Yard Sales
ESTATE/MOVING SALE.
Fri. 10am.-2pm Sat. 9am.-
4pm. 115 Martin St. (2
-roads past hospital to-
ward Camp Blanding).
Furniture, piano, house-
hold items.
2 FAMILY YARD SALE, Fri.
Sat. 8am.-1pm. 10321
NW CR. 225,' (2 story
Cedar house at Bayless
and Brownlee intersec-
tion). Clothes, household
items, 1.05 Diamond wed-
ding ring set. $2,500 has
registration certificate.
Much more.
ESTATE SALE, Fri. Sat.
8:30am.-5:pm. 3437 NW
182nd St. 301 N across
from Kings Produce. 80.
years of accumulation,
antique spinning wheel,
depression glass, rugs,
love seats, bar stools,
pictures, dressers, TV, TV
Cabinet, table & chairs,
and so much more.
LARGE Yard Sale: Friday &
Sat 8am-? Conerly Estates
SR.16W .Washer/Dryer,
lawnr mower,antiques, vin-
tage items, collectables,
furniture,shoes, Hollister
clothes, pageant dresses,
newborn boy Clothes and
much more!
53B
Keystone Yard
Sales
2 FAMILY YARD SALE, Fri.
8am:-12, Sat. 9am.-lpm.
7328 Alamonda Way (off
214 by BP & SR. 100. 1
mile before dump.) Little
bit of everything. No early
birds.

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$199
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1 & 2 BR HC & non-HC
apartments. Central ac/
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playground, private and
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711. "This institution is an
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(229)649-8118


MULTIPLE FAMILY yard
sale. Keystone, Sat. Sun.
8am.-2pm. 7688 Yosemite
Road, Furniture, Princess
House Crystal, etc.
GARAGE SALE KEY-
STONE, Sat. 8am.-? 5375
CR 352. Household items,
weight bench/w weights,
pool table/hockey table,
and other fun stuff for
sale. Come one, come all.
Very good variety. Watch
for signs.

SAT., 8AM.-3PM. SR 100,
right across from Hitch-
cock's. 2008 16 ft. alumi-
num OASGINA Ganoe/w
trailer, $1,000, 2 tram-
p6lines, 2 TV, clothes
for men, women, girls,
kitchen items, etc.
MOVING furniture sale,
Keystone, Fri. Sat. 10am.-
4pm. 651 Bethel, across
From Hitchcock's, 1 block .
east of Park of the Palms.
Dining set, bedroom set,
desk computer console,
misc. pieces. $10-$4q0.
54
Produce
PEAS, OKRA, butter beans,
(Silver Queen, Silver
King, & Golden Queen)
corn, etc. Wilkinson Farm
386-431-1833.

55
Wanted ;
CASH FOR JUNK cars $300
& up. Free pick up, run-
ning or not. Call 352-
771-6191.
57
For Sale
OUTDOOR'S table & chairs,
.(set). 42" round table, 4
large chairs with cushions
and heavy duty cover.
Great shape, $185. Call
904-964-2441.
59
Personal
Services
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& medical facilities Al units have additional outside storage
Full carpeting and vinyl flooring
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
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Handicapped Come in and see us or call us at. 352 473-3682
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assistance. Computer
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BEDROOM APARTMENTS
HERITAGE VILLAS
APARTMENTS
/607 Bradford Court ~ Stqke, FL
Call for more info
904-964-62-16
Hearing Impaired Only
call 800-955-8771
Handicapped Accessible
This Insitution is an Equal Opportunity
.., Provider, and Employer. ososuNr,


CLEANING SERVICES
j Residential ~ Commercial
Office Cleaning Services

WE DO THE DUSTING!!
Services provided at your request...
You Name It...We Do It! I
Weekly scheduling or once a month deep cleaning
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CALL TODAY for your FREE ESTIMATE


STEVE WILSON AUCTIONEERS
WILL BE SELLING AT PUBLIC AUCTION
THE ESTATE OF THE LATE COL. JOHN ZOTZ OF CRESCENT BCH, FL
PLUS 2 OTHER LOCAL GAINESVILLE, FL ESTATES.
SAT JUNE 2, 2012'AT 1:00 P.M.
4939 S.W. SR 121 WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL 32697 -
PREVIEW 11: 00 A.M. TIL SALE TIME.
PARTIAL LISTING: VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CORNER SHELF,
CHERRY DINING ROOM SUITE W/8 CHAIRS, VICTORIAN
SETTEE, WW I, WW II MILITARY PHOTO ALBUM, COSTUME
JEWELRY, STERLING, ROSEVILLE, GREAT SELECTION OF
HUMMELS...MOST FULL BEE, ART GLASS, VASELINE. IVORY,
ADVERTISING, QUILTS, RUGS, FENTON, ESTATE FIREARMS,
PR. VICTORIAN BRISTOL VASES, 14K TANZANITE PENDANT,
SOME HOUSEWARES,. MUCH MORE, TOO MUCH TO LIST. FOR
PHOTOS & UPDATED LISTING SEE http://auctionzip.com/ ener ID
# 16695. .
STEVEWILSON AUCTIONS. AB 809 AU 1159
12% BP 2% DISC FOR CASH OR GOOD CHECK
TERMS: CASH, :GOOD CHECK, ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS:
SORRY NO CHECKS IF WE DON'T KNOW YOU. COME
HUNGRY... CATERED BY CHARLIES RIBS. A/C FOR YOUR
COMFORT! RESERVE SEATING CALL STEVE OR COREY 352-
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Out of Area Classifieds


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 packageso.1-800-
284-1144.
JERRY'S HAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, move
sheds and light equip-
ment. Call 904-219-9365 .
or 904-782-9822.

64 :
Business
Opportunities :-,
OFFERING YOU the 6 "-
portunity. Ever wantedto
start your own business?
It's the best time ever`to.
be a part of Thirty-One!'
Earn a $99 Rebate on
your enrollment kit Call
Gayle for more informs-
tion. 904-449-3938.

65
Help Wanted
UNION COUNTY SCHOOL
BOARD, bus drivers
needed. 40 hours cdrt.
class provided. Please
call Mike 386-496-2182,
SAVE GAS, & SAVE TIME
working online at home.
Earn what you are worth
PT/F Toll Free 888-20W6-
2983, leave message :
NOW HIRING, all positions
Sprint-McCall Communi-;
cations Send resume to0.
employ@ mccallcomM tl.
corn, or apply at 25006,
Commercial Dr: .Slarke
(in front of Wal-Mart).-.-,


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2 Bedroom

Townhome
$100 security
1/2 OFF 1st&
2nd month's rent
Equal housing opportunity
This'institution Is an equal
opportunity provider &
employer.
Call Nita at
352-468-1971
TDD 800-955-9771


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Storm brief, but destructive
It was quick, but a May 22 storm that produced hail and strong winds destroyed
two barns belonging to Henry Hodges of Lawtey. Hodges said the storm lasted
approximately eight minutes, tearing down power lines as well as the two barns,
which were 25 and 40 years old. It was not the only damage Hodges sustained. "It
tore my cornfield to piedes-beat it to the ground," he said. Hodges added that his
son-in-law, who lives nearby, had a 25-gallon pot full of dirt turned over.


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