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County Judge
Bo Bayer 1,453 (42.11%)
John Cooper 201 (5.69%)
John E. Maines IV 255 (7.22%)
Therese M. Truelove
S294 (8.32%)
Russ Wade 927 (26.23%)
Dan Webb 404 (11.43%)

School board district 4
Erick L. Durant 207 (19.77%)
Bobby Finley 82 (7.83%)
Becky Raulerson 562 (53.68%)
Richard 0. Tillis 112 (10.78%)
Robert Lee Webb Jr. 84 (8.02%)

Clerk of Court
Faith Seay Barnett 790 (30.93%)
Pat Cunningham 1,764 (69.07%)

Tax collector
Terri Douglass 408 (15.74%)
Janet Cox Harrison
442 (17.05%)
Lisa B. Johnson 1,597 (61.61%)
Linda Alvarez Norcross
145 (5.59%)

County commission district 5
Ralph M. Courson 50 (9.60%)
Travis "Willie" Croft 328 (62.96%)
Barrj Sams 143 (27.45%)

Library referendum
For 2,460 (73.63%)
Against 881 (26.37%)

I- ,Worth


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 to
5 p.m. for the 2012-2013 school
year. For more information
contact Lake Butler Headstart
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.

Lions Club
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
Pantry, located at 125 E. Main
St. in Lake Butler, is in desperate
need of food donations.
The pantry is also in need of
fan donations to help cool the
volunteers during the summer

Raulerson, Croft in; Cunningham,

Bayer, Wade, Johnson move on

Times Editor

Of the 7,075 registered voters
in Union County, a total of
3,568 ballots were cast during
the Primary Election on Aug.
14. Democrats made up 73.15
percent of the votes with a
total of 2,610 ballots while 868
Republicans made up only 24.33
percent of the votes. There were
90 nonpartisan votes which
made up only 2.52 percent of the
For the position of Clerk
of Court, Faith Seay Barnett
received 790 total votes while Pat
Cunningham took 69.07 percent
of the votes for a total of 1,764
votes. Pat Cunningham will face
Republican Kellie Connellin the
general election in November.
Lisa B. Johnson had the
majority of votes for the position
of- Tax Collector. Receiving
1,597 total votes making up
61.61 percent of the total votes.
Terri Douglass received 408,
Janet Cox Harrison received
442 and Linda Alvarez Norcross'
received 145. Johnson will face
Republican Chris Mecusker in
the general election in November.
Running for School Board
District 4 was Becky Raulerson
who garnered 53.68 percent of
the votes with a total of 562,
retaining her position on the
school board for district 4. Erick
Durant received 207, Buddy
Finely received .82, Richard 0.
Tillis received 112 and Robert
Lee Webb Jrieceived 84.
Bo Bayer and Russ Wade
took the lead for the position of
County Judge. Bayer received
1,453 total votes (41.11 percent)
while Wade received 927 votes,
(26.2,3 percent.) Because the
leading candidate did not reach
50 percent plus one of the votes,
the top two will go to the general
election. Other candidates were
John Cooper with 201, John E.
Maines IV with 255, Therese
Truelove with 294 and Dan
Webb with 404.
Travis "Willie" Croft received
62.96 percent of the votes with
a total of 328 votes making him
the new County Commissioner
for District 5. Ralph Courson
received 50 votes and Barry
Sams received 143.
Cunningham was excited
to know he took the lead and
looks forward to the.'election
in November. Johnson was all
smiles down by the lake before
the election, very hopeful during
the election, and pleased with the
turnout. Johnson will continue to
be optimistic as the November
election will decided who wins
the Tax Collectors position.
Becky Raulerson was thankful
that she was fortunate enough to
retain her current position, while
Bayer and Wade look forward to
-the November election that will
decided their race. Croft said he
was very happy with the turnout
and thanked his supporters.

The pantry's hours are 8
a.m.'to 12 p.m. every Monday,
Wednesday, and Friday.
Donations may be dropped off
directly at the pantry, at Roberts
Insurance or at the Union County

Senior Citizen
programs set
An activities program h~s
been set for senior citizens at the
Worthington Springs community
center to be held on Mondays
and Wednesdays from 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m. A variety of games are
available. Non-expensive meals
are also available to help raise

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counseling set
There will be free Medicare/
Medicaid counseling sponsored
by SHINE on the 2nd and 4th
Wednesday of every month from
2 to 4 p.m. at the Union County
Health Department, 495 E. Main
St. in Lake Butler.
SHINE counselors assist
seniors and persons with
disabilities to understand health
insurance choices, apply for
assistance and file appeals.
SHINE does not sell insurance
or represent any insurance entity.
For information or to learn about

volunteering for SHINE

UC Historical
Sin need of
historical items
Articles related to timber,
pulpwood or turpentine
business in Union County are
being featured in the Historical
Museum this month. All are
invited to come to see all of the
historical items that have been
loaned or donated to display. If
,1 you have any items relating to
Di' these businesses and would like
to donated them in the exhibit
or loan them to the museum,
S call W.A. McGill at 386-496-
2258. Staff is available Monday
mornings from 9a.m. to 12 noon.
Any items/pictures donated or
, call the loaned will be accepted at your
at 1-800- convenience.

Union County
The Union County Farmer's
Market will be open every
Saturday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

VFW hosts
Back to school
The VFW Post 10082 Ladies
Auxiliary President, Annie
Pittman has announced that the
2012 Back to School Bash will
be on the Saturday, Aug. 25,
at 11:00 a.m. at the VFW Post
off of Hwy 231. Lunch will be
served and then'school supplies
will be handed out. If you plan
on attending, please call Barbara
Fischer at 904-263-0647. Be
prepared to let her' know the

grade your children) are in. To
receive the supplies you must
attend the bash.

School board
The School Board will hold
its regular meeting on Tuesday,
Aug. 28,at 1:30 p.m.

Charity Golf
The second annual Union
Correctional Institution charity
golf tournament has been set for
Friday, Sept. 21, at the Starke
Golf and Country Club.
All proceeds from the "Tee
Off Against Cancer" event will
go toward the American Cancer
Society's Relay for Life in Union
County. Entry fee is $40 per
person or $160 for a four-person
team. Mulligans are one for $5 or
three for $10. Entry fee includes
lunch and a goody bag. Door
prizes will also be given out and
trophies will be awarded for first,
second and third places.
There will be several contests,
including hole in one, longest
drive and closest to the pin.
The first flight will begin at 8
a.m. and a second flight will tee
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.off at 1:30 p.m. The first flight
will be filled before the second
flight is scheduled.
Lunch will be served at noon
and will include fried fish or
shrimp, grits or French fries,
cole slaw, hushpuppies and tea
or water. Lunch is free to all
participants who paid an entry
fee in the golf tournament.
For more information, contact
Angela Anders at 386-431-
2244 or Candice Rossman at
386-431-2208. Fees can be
paid to Rossman at the UCI
administration building Monday
through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5"
p.m. It is not necessary to enter
the institution in order to pay
your fees. You can also contact
them via e-mail at anders.
angela@ mail.dc.state.fl.us or
Come out and "chip in for a

Free Clothing

for 'the family'
There will be Free Clothes for
"all of the family" on the first
Saturday of each month, from
9:30 a.m. to noon at Fellowship
Baptist Church in Raiford right
off Hwy 121 just before entering
town. Follow the signs.

Health Care

Board meets
The New River Community
Health Care Board is scheduled
to meet Wednesday, August 15,
2012 from 12:00 p.m.- 1:00 p.m.
at the Bradford County Health
Department. Meetings are open to
the public. For more information,
please contact Winnie Holland at
904-964-7732, extension 1609 or
Joe Pietrangelo at 386-496-3211,
extension 2600.

Woman's Club

celebrates 100

The Lake Butler Woman's
Club will be celebrating their 100
years of service to Union County
on Saturday, Sept. 8, from 11
a.m. to 1 p.m. at the clubhouse
located by the Lake Butler Lake.
For more information, contact

Woman's Club

celebrates 100

The Lake Butler Woman's
Club will be celebrating their 100
years of service to Union County
on Saturday, Sept. 8, from 11
a.m. to'l p.m. at the clubhouse
located by the Lake Butler Lake.

City holds

The City of Lake Butler will
be having a Budget Workshop
for Fiscal Year 2012-2013 on
Tuesday,Aug. 21,at5:15 p.m.at
City Hall located at 200 SW 1st
St, Lake Butler.

Free Tables at

Sardis Baptist Church in
Worthington Springs is offering
donated items on their'' "Free
-Tables" Saturday, Sept. 1. The

Lake Butler commission discusses fire station, manager

Times Editor

Changes to the new Fire Station
currently under construction may
ibe in the works after concerns
were voiced during the city
commission meeting held this
past Monday. Lake Butler
resident Lanny Bishop addressed
some concerns he had with the
new building after Linda Jenkins
requested once again for the
dismissal of City Manager Dave
Mecusker. The two separate
concerns resulted in one heated
'debate involving several city
residents, the new fire station,
:the proposed splash park and the
city manager all combined.
j The discussion began with
ienkins asking for a second time
for the commission to consider
'dismissing Mecusker from his
position. (The first request was
at the city's regular monthly
meeting held in July.) Jenkins
maintained her previous claims
that Mecuskers letter to the editor
submitted to the Union County
Times last month was full of lies
concerning her husband Sam
"Jenkins never consulted
legal council until after tje city
consulted a labor lawyer. At that
time he had only filed a violation
of his veterans preference rights
with his service officer in Lake
Butler. The officer then filed
complaint on his behalf for the
violation with the Department of
Veteran Affairs. An investigator
was assigned and a resolution
was being sought before lawyers
were ever involved. How is
nothing being done about this
and how is he being allowed to
get away with this," Jenkins said.
Jenkins asked for Mecusker
to pretend for a minute that
her husband wrote the letter
about him. "What would have
happened to him," she asked.
Mecusker asked to see a copy of
Ithe letter. "All I have to say is
that everything in my letter was
true at that time to the best of my
ability," said Mecusker.
The discussion on Mecusker's
position ceased briefly, and
Bishop came before the
commission to voice his
concerns on the Fire Station.
Bishop, a resident of Lake Butler
for 32 years, explained his long-
time background-as&-an-aeting fire
fighter until he was injured in a
car wreck. His concerns were that
the new fire department would
have no concrete suitable for
washing hoses or for the weight
of the trucks. "The asphalt will
dip under the weight of trucks,
and if you wash the fire hoses on

items should be in place by 8:00
a.m. All are invited to come and
get back to school clothes and
other free items.



group meet
The Union County Health
Advisory Group will hold its
next meeting on Tuesday, Aug.
21, at 5:30 p.m. at the Union
County Health Department.
Your involvement in
developing the Community
.Health Improvement Plan for
Union County is important so
be sure to join and invite your
neighbors, business associates,
and other community leaders as
The meeting Will start at 5:30
p.m. and end no later than 7 p.m.
Call 386-496-3211 and ask for
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the asphalt it will not come clean.
The second floor isn't going to
be complete because of a splash
park. You have one of the best
volunteer fire departments in
Florida and the best fire chief in
Florida. Provide them with what
they need," said Bishop.
Bishop told the commission he
had spoken to Mecusker and that
the response he received was that
the money was set and that there
was no changing it.
"Seems to me that some how
the commission has allowed the
city manager to have too much
power in doing things, buying
things, hiring, etc," said Bishop.
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addressed Bishop's concerns and
said that the fire station would
be finished. "It may not be the
day it opens (upstairs) but it
will be done. Norman also said
that lime rock would be packed
under the asphalt and that the
contractor said that it would be
sufficient, however he agreed
with Bishop that an engineer is
not a firefighter.
Vice-Mayor Jimmy Beasley
suggested entertaining the idea
of a 10x35 concrete pad just for
cleaning the hoses, however the
funding would have to come

if you have any questions.

End of

Summer Bash

set at Grace

Grace Christian Fellowship is
having a End of Summer Bash
on Saturday, Aug. 18, from 2 to
4 p.h. Rain or Shine. For more
information contact 386-496-
2859 or check out the website
at www.gcfbc.org. Everyone is
invited to attend.

from the city if the remaining
grant fund were to be used for a
splash park.
"There was enough money for
it until the water park," said City
Commissioner Randy Jenkin's
wife Robin Jenkins.
"If there is no grant money
left, the city will find some other
funds to use to pay for it. We will
discuss it in the budget meeting
next week," said Norman.

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Manager Dave Mecusker and Mayor Lonnie Norman.

youth, black and white, we need
something here for them. They
have nothing to do over the
summer. They shouldn't have to
go to surrounding counties for
something to do. Wake up," she

Robin Jenkins

Lanny Bishop

Annette Redmond addressed
the commission and said that the
splash park was needed for the
youth. Redmond also addressed
the past issues presented to
the commission on the hiring/
firing procedures of Mecusker..
"On the hiring, for a long time
how many black people did we
have working here. Zero. We
have qualified black people that
should be up here working but
now that we have ,someone up
here trying to do the right thing
we want to down him. We don't
want to work with him. We talked
about all of this last month, it's a
dead issue, we have other things
to worry about," she said.
Redmond felt that the water
park was highly important.
"We have nothing here for our

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Tuesday, Aug. 21, at
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Keri's class.
Thursday, Aug. 23, -at
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Tom Jenkins came before the
commission to discuss some
voluntary surveillance he had
done beginning June 19, on
behalf of the employees that
had lost their jobs based on their
"time." He claimed that during
his surveillance, there were city
employees abusing their time,
showing up late, if they showed
Oup at all. Mecusker asked if
Jenkins had access to who
had approved time off, doctor
appointments, etc. "For 19
minutes, 30 minutes, every day,"
said Jenkins. "If you are going to
fire someone be fair. There are
people abusing the system, if the
are getting paid for it, they are
robbing the system," he said.
Robin Jenkins said that it
wasn't a racial thing and that
the city commissioners needed
to get up and take a stand. "We
voted you in, do something,"
said Jenkins. "You have taken
peoples jobs for the time on the
clock but the time clock still isn't
working. Four more lawsuits are
headed this way because of this

man, how much more will the,
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Linda Jenkins (asks for
dismissal of Mecusker)

do with black and white, its what
is right and what is wrong."
No action was taken buti
several of the residents said they'
plan to address their issues at their
next city meeting.
In other news, Mecuskeri
addressed the commissioners on'
a financial issue that had been!
resolved. "While filing withi
the Department of Revenue fori
certification to be tax exempt, wei
were informed that our revenue:
sales tax had not been paid for,
June 2009. 2010 and 2011, soi
we just caught that all up. I came!
in June- of 2010, and they have
not been paid since I have been
here. We presented our case and!
they waved the penalty and only1
charged what we owed," he said.
Mecusker also informed
the commissioners of some!
possible reductions in income
to be discussed next week in the
Budget workshop, but that the!
city was in excellent financial

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Lake Butler attorney UCHS valedictorian completes NASA internship

aw ared Paul Harris KellyG.Valedictrn
of the Union County High 44"3 ""
FwSchool class of 2012, recently .
Fellowship completed her summer
.,n internship with NASA at thed
Kennedy Space Center,
Gray Nvas'the graduating
senior selected for this honor
duri ng the 2012 Florida State

Lake Butler Rotary President, Zach Smith (right),
presented the Rotary Paul Harris Fellowship Award
to Rotarian Russ Wade (left) in recognition of his
contribution to the Rotary International Foundation.
The Lake Butler Rotary was chartered in 1964. The
Foundation provides grants for programs in hopes
to improve the quality of life worldwide. For more
information on Rotary see www.rotary.org.

Science and Engineering Fair.
with her science project "Effects
of Surface Coatings on DBD
Actuator Performance" which
utilized plasma as an application
to enhance both atmospheric
and space flight. Gray said she
has always dreamed of a career
with NASA and that the summer
internship was a step towards
making her dream a reality.
While at NASA, Gray helped
to build a prototype of a model
to be space-tested, experienced a
simulated mission in the "firing
room" and toured the facilities
with employee-only access.
Jack Fox, Chief of the
Surface Systems office in the
Engineering and Technology
Directorate organized her
internship and also assisted her
as a mentor in planning a career
with NASA. Dr. Jackie Quinn
served as Gray's lab leader and
assisted in making sure she
knew how to get to the various
facilities she worked in. Shaun
Green, KSC Chief Engineer,


This picture was taken by Shaun Green, Chief Engineer at KSC of Kelly Gray during
her internship at NASA, sitting in the pilot's seat of the Space Shuttle Endeavor.

gave Gray a tour of the VAB
(vehicle assembly building)
where shuttles are housed along
with the Apollo I launch pad.
He also provided her with the
once-in-a-lifetime opportunity
to go inside the space shuttle
"Endeavor", sit in the pilot's

seat and touch the instrument
panels like a real astronaut.
Gray said, "I thought, 'I'm
sitting where so many great
astronauts have sat and I'm
actually in a shuttle that has
been in space."
Gray plans to finish her

AA degree and transfer to the
Florida Institute of Technology
where she received a $60,000
scholarship during the 2011
International Science and
Engineering Fair.

UCHS student completes summer at UF lab

Fish and wildlife offers safety courses

Union County High School
student Santos Rodriguez,
scholarship recipient for the
summer science-training
program (SSTP) held at the
University of Florida, recently
completed his venture at UF.
The UF-SSTP is a seven
weeklong residential research
program for select students
who areconsidering medicine,
math, computer science or
engineering careers.
The program emphasis is
research participation with a
UF faculty research scientist
arid their research team.
SStudents engage in the on-
going research of the faculty-
mentor for 28 hours each
week, attend a lecture series
on current research topics,
and participate in a UF honors
seminar class.
The program's academic
requirements included
participating fully in all
program activities, submitting
weekly lab notes, developing
Sand writing a scientific
research paper, presenting a
Research poster and giving
two oral presentations.
Rodriguez worked in the
Department of Chemistry on
a research project entitled
"Infrared Multi-Photon
Dissociation Spectroscopy
of Mass-Selected Peptides."
Amanda Patrick and Nicolas
C. Polfer of the University
of Florida's Chemistry
Department assisted his lab
' work.
Rodriguez's UCHS science
: teacher Renae Allen attended
his poster presentation and.
toured the lab where he
completed his summer work.
Allen said that Rodriguez is
an exceptional.student.
Rodriguez is the son of
Santos and Latricia Rodriguez
of Raiford. He plans to
graduate from UCHS this
spring and hopes to continue
his education at the military

UCHS student Santo Rodriguez spent his summe
UF after receiving a scholarship to attend the sum
science-training program. This picture was taken ii
lab at UF over the summer.

No smoking at
The Union County School
District in conjunction with the
Union County tobacco-free part-
nership and students working
against tobacco would like to
remind all students and visitors
district wide of the no tobacco
policy. No tobacco is allowed
on campus by students, parents,
visitors or any school related
employee. All of the uses of to-
bacco in any form are prohibited
in any district owned facility, ve-
hicle used to transport students,
or other areas designated for stu-
dents at any time. In an effort to
prevent exposure to hazardous
secondhand smoke and to opti-
Smize the health and well-being
of all of the students and guests,
this policy 'will also be strictly
enforced at all sports events.

Hunter safety
course offered
in Bradford
m County
The Florida Fish and Wildlife
SConservation Commission
(FWC) is offering a free hunter
safety Internet-completion
course in Bradford County.
The class is Aug. 23 from 6-9
p.m,. and Aug. 25 from 8 a.m.
until completed. Students who
have taken the online course and
wish to complete this classroom
portion must bring the online-
completion report ',ith them.
Students must attend both classes
to complete the requirement.
r at The location for this class will
imer be given to those who register in
n the advance by calling the regional
office at 386-758-0525 or going

to MyFWC.com/HunterSafety.
All firearms, ammunition and
materials are provided free of
charge. Students should bring
a pen or pencil and paper. An
adult must accompany children
younger than 16 at all times.
People born on or after June 1,
1975, must complete the hunter
safety course before purchasing
a Florida hunting license. The
FWC course satisfies hunter-
safety training requirements for
all other states and Canadian
Those interested in attending
a course can register online and
obtain information about future
-hunter safety classes at MyFWC.
com/HunterSafety or by calling
the FWC's regional office in

Lake City at 386-758-0525.

in Alachua
Now you can take the Florida
Bowhunter Education Course by
completing an online, distance-
learning component, followed by
attending a field class.
See COURSES page 6A



I would like to
take this time to
thank the voters
of District 4 for
the support you
have shown me
during the
Election on August 14.

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The Union County Public
Library ended their summer
program with a splash during
the End of Summer Bash held
this past Thursday.
City Fire Chief Mike Banks
brought a fire truck out to
tire event, soaking adults,
children and even library staff
who dared to walk by.
Toddler pools were set up
so that even the youngest
of attendees could enjoy a
summer splash. To help out
with the soaking, there were
water guns and other toys to
piay with.
Maynette Smith from
Kennedy Space Center
attended the event, passing
out posters and information
on the recently landed Mars
Rover. Other individuals who
helped make the basha hit
were Bill Dion, Jerry Frances
and Jim Bishop from the
American Red Cross, Gracie
O'Hara from the ACORN
dental clinic, Darlene
Moran, Joe Pietrangelo and
Jim Lyons from the Health
Department, Liz Croft from
the Lake Butler Hospital, the
juniorr Friends of the Library
who not only attended but
also volunteered throughout
the summer, Richard Brown
who volunteered to cook
hotdogs at the bash, Banks
and the City of Lake Butler
for the use of the fire truck,
and Emergency Management
Services, who provided a very
large fan for the event.
The UCPL "recognized
Hannah Mason for being
the top reader this summer,
reading and recording the
most books (150+) during the
Dream Big Read summer
The UCPL thanked
the various people and
organizations that made the;
End of Summer Bash such a
successful event. The UCPL's
Director Mary Brown said that
the library would not be able
to provide fun and educational
services including children's
programming without the
support of the community and
community organizations.
Fall preschool story time
will begin on Thursday, Sept.
27th at 10 a.m. Story time is
free and open to the public.
A schedule is available at the
library. For more information
about-the UCPL's programs
call 386-496-3432.
The library will also be
hosting a Back to School
Bingo on Saturday, Aug. 18,
from 3 to 5 p.m. with prizes
for all ages. The proceeds will
benefit the Junior Friends of
the Library Scholarship Fund.


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at Logan Temes, defending her toddler pool. He checks
the amount of water he has left before taking on the

Mike Banks from the City of Lake Butler made tl
of Summer Bash a blast by spraying the kids an
some adults. The UCPL's Mary Weatherholt turn
back to the water as the fire truck soaks her. E
Graham is. behind her getting a kick out of it and
on his turn.

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Library ends summer

program with bash

Times Editor

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Date of Notice: August 16, 2012
Name of Responsible Entity: City
of Lake Butler, Florida
,,.M Address: 200 SW 1st Street
City, State, Zip Code: Lake Butler,
^.ff&u ~ FL 32054
Telephone Number: (386)496-3401
Ll To: All interested Parties
S This is to give notice, that the City
of Lake Butler conducted an
evaluation as required by
'" '" gExecutive Orders 11988 and 11990
in accordance with HUD
regulations at 24 CFR 55.20 to
determine the potential effect that
he End its activity in the floodplain will
have on the environment. The City
d even of. Cake Butler intends to undertake
ns her a project to be funded by a Florida
"than Small Cities Community
han Development Block Grant (CDBG).
waiting The CDBG activities to be
undertaken include construction of
a splash playground (splash park)
(not to exceed $100,000), grant
S administration and engineering (not
to exceed $10,000). The splash
playground will be located adjacent
to Lake Butler and the Hal Y.
Maines Community Center, 155
NW 3rd Street, Lake Butler,
Florida. The splash playground is a
Future need that will be constructed
after the CDBG funded fire station
(met need) is completed.
Environmental Clearance has
already been obtained for the fire
____ station. The service area for the
Splash playground is the City of
Lake Butler. Maps detailing the
project location can be viewed by
contacting the City.
The City has determined that this
project passes through the 100-
year floodplain (and wetlands) on
publicly owned property that is
already developed. There is no
Practical. alternative to the
proposed project. The project will
have no significant impact on the
sses by environment for the following
1. The splash playground will be
located on publicly owned property
which is already improved.
2. All construction will be properly
permitted by the applicable
Although the project is located in
S the 100-year floodplain/wetland,
L the improvements cannot be
undertaken in any other location

In Re: The Estate of
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
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
The date of death of the decedent
is: January 16, 2012
The date of-first publication of this
notice is: August 9, 2012.
Attorney for Personal
Florida Bar No. 133454
P.O. Box 1898
Keystone Heights, Florida 32656
Personal Representative
20721 N.E. 118 h Street
Lake Butler, Florida 32054
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Stand in Awe
Many things in life might impress us. We might be impressed
with some athletic accomplishment, beautiful scenery, the
quality of a certain meal, etc. Yet none of these things come
close to the awe we are to have for God. The Psalmist says, "Let
all the earth fear the Lord; Let all the inhabitants of the world
stand in awe of Him. For He spoke, and it was done; He
commanded, and it stood fast" (Psalm 33:8-9). God's power is
so great that nothing is too hard for Him (Jeremiah 32:17).
God's great power ought to cause us to stand in awe of Him. Yet
many fail to have this attitude. Many today approach God more
like an equal and less like the Creator He is. Let us always pray
and live in such a way that shows the proper respect for the
Creator of the world (Matthew 6:9; Psalm 111:9).

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8704 SW SR 121, Lake BUtler, FL
Phone: 386-496-3880
E-mail: danvilleflchurchofchrist@yahoo.com

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Wnrshin at 10:00 AM andr 5 00 PM on Snn

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County, Florida
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due to the scope of the project.-
There is, therefore, no practicable
alternative. The proposed
improvements conform to
applicable floodplain protection
standards. The proposed action
will not affect natural or beneficial
floodplain values, and residents of
the community will benefit from the
improved flood protection.
Additional agencies involved in this
project include the State of Florida
Department of Economic
Opportunity, United States
Department of Housing and Urban
Development, the Florida State
Clearinghouse (having reviewed
the project with no negative
comments) and Florida Department
of Environmental Protection
(permits). Written comments on the
proposed project will be accepted
until September 6, 2012. Please
send your comments to the City of
Lake Butler (Attention: Cassa
Netta Herndon, City of Lake Butler,
200 SW 1st Street, Lake Butler, FL
32054 or
colbpurchase@gmail.com). The
City may also be contacted by
phone at 386-496-3401.
Comments will be considered prior
to the City requesting a release of
funds. A more detailed description
of the project and the flood
/wetland maps are available for
citizen review at the above address
weekdays between the hours of
9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
Lonnie Norman, Mayor and
Certifying Officer
8/16 ltchg-UCT
Date of Notice: August 416, 2012
Name of Responsible Entity: City
of Lake Butler, Florida
Address: 200 SW 1st Street
City, State, Zip Code: Lake Butler,
FL 32054
Telephone-Number: (386)496-3401
These notices shall satisfy two
separate" but related procedural
requirements for activities to be
undertaken by The City of Lake
On or about September 27, 2012,
the City of Lake Butler plans to
submit a request to the Florida
Department of Economic
Opportunity for the release of
Community Development Block
Grant (CDBG) funds under Title I of
the 'Housing and Community
Development (HCD) Act of 1974,
as amended, for the construction of
a children's splash playground
(also referred to as Splash Park)
within the City of Lake Butler. The
CDBG activities to be undertaken
include construction of a splash
playground (not to exceed
$100,000), grant administration
and engineering, (not to exceed
$10,000). The splash playground
will be located adjacent to Lake
Butler and the Hal Y. Maines
Community Center, 155 ,NW 3rd
Street, Lake Butler, Florida. The
splash playground is a future need
that will be constructed after the
CDBG funded fire' station .4met
need) is completed. Enronmental
Clearance has already been
obtained for the fire station. The
service area for the splash
.playground is the City of Lake



The City of Lake Butler has
determined that the project will
have no significant impact on the
human environment. Therefore, an
Environmental Impact Statement
under the National Environmental
Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA) is not
required. Additional project
information is contained in the
Environmental Review Record
(ENVRR) on file at the City of Lake
Butler, 200 SW 1st Street, Lake
*Butler, FL 32054. The ENVRR can
be examined or copied weekdays
between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and
5:00 p.m. To view the ENVRR,
contact Cassa Netta Herndon, at
colbpurchase@gmail.com or (386)
496-3401 .
Any individual, group, or agency-
may submit written commenrts'on
the ENVRR to the City of Lake
Butler (Attention: Cassa Netta
Herndon, City of Lake Butler, 200
SW 1st Street, Lake Butler, FL
32054 or
colbpurchase@gmail.com). All :
comments must be received by
September 6, 2012. Comments will
be considered prior to the City of
Lake Butler requesting a release of
The City of Lake Butler certifies to
the Florida Department of
Economic Opportunity and HUD
that Lonnie Norman, in his capacity
as Mayor, consents to accept the
jurisdiction of the Federal Courts if.
an action is brought to enforce
responsibilities in relation to the
environmental review process and
that these responsibilities have
been satisfied. The State's
approval of the certification
satisfies its responsibilities under
NEPA and related laws and
authorities and allows the City of
Lake Butler to use the CDBG
funds, r
HUD will accept objections to its
release of funds and the City of .
Lake Butler's certification for a
period of fifteen days following the
anticipated submission date or its :
actual receipt of the request .
(whichever is later) only if they are -
on one of the following bases: (a)
the certification was not executed
by the Certifying Officer of The City
of Lake Butler; (b) The City of Lake
Butler has omitted a step or failed
to make a decision or finding,
required by HUD regulations at 24
CFR part 58; (c) the grant recipient
has committed funds or incurred
costs not authorized by 24 CFR
Part 58 before approval of a
release of funds; or (d) another
Federal agency acting pursuant to
40 CFR Part 1504 has submitted a
written finding that the project is
unsatisfactory from the standpoint
of environmental quality.
Objections must be prepared and
submitted in accordance with the
required procedures (24 CFR Part
58, Sec. 58.76) and shall be .
addressed to the Fl. Dept. of
EconomicQ Opportunity Small Cities -
CDBG Program, 107 East :
Madison, MSC-400, Tallahassee,
Fl. 32399. Potential objectors :
should contact the City of Lake
Butler, at 200 SW 1st Street, Lake
Butler, FL 32054 (Attention: Cassa
Netta Herndon, City of Lake Butler,
or colbpurchase@gmail.com or
(386) 496-3401) to verify the actual
last day of the objection period.
Lonnie Norman, Mayor and
Certifying Officer
8/16 ltchg-UCT


(l-r) Ayden, Reagan and Orson Dicks took a break to munch
Richard Brown cooked for everyone at the bash.

on hotdogs that

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passing out posters and information on the recently landed Mars Rover to Hailey Britt
and Madelyn Whitehead.

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Even some of the smallest children played in the water.
(I-r) Emily Hann and Annabelle Ripley shared a toddler

For the past 15 years,
the Lake Butler Woman's
Club has been awarding
a scholarship to a Union
County woman that has
either graduated from
UCHS or gotten her GED
and plans to continue her
education. This year's
scholarship winner was
Quaneshia Edwards,
daughter of Woody and
Patricia Edwards of Lake
Butler. Quaneshiat, a senior
at UCHS this year was
awarded the scholarship by
the Lake Butler Woman's
Club Education Chairman,
Betsy Whitehead. The
Woman's Club has been
'active in this community
,. for the past 100 years.
Formed as a Civic League
in 1912, the GFWC Lake
Butler Woman's Club will
be celebrating 100 years
of service this year. A
Centennial celebration will
be held on Saturday, Sept.
8, from 11 a.m to 1 p.m.
at the historic clubhouse,
located at 285 NE 1st
Avenue in Lake Butler. The
community is invited to

The Union
County Bus
line up for
the 2012-2013
school year is
as follows:

2 Leonard Watkins, Raiford area
and prison SR 16
3 Mark Warren Raiford area and
SR 100 east of Lake Butler

4 Mae Watson Providence area

17 Paul Dickens Raiford area,

CR 125 and Sapp Cemetery Rd

18 Renee Harper Clarks Saw
Shop Rd, Douglas Cemetery Rd

19 John Dawson Worthington
Sprigs area, CR 239a

20 Randy McCord
Raiford area, SR 16 prison area

23 Joann Trowell CR 231 RMC
area and New River

26 Lisa McKibben
Worthington Springs, Upland

29 Juanita Harden Providence
Area, CR 241, North CR 238.

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Somewhere this week! .

/ The churches and businesses listed below.
urge you to attend the church of your choice!


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4-H hosts annual fundraising auction

Times Editor

TIhe lUnion County 4-H
Foundation. Inc. recently held its
annual fundraising auction at the
lakeside community y Center in
1.ake Butler. Items \cre accepted
through donations by community
businesses and individuals,
x\ which were auctioned off through
sillcnt and open auctions. Dinner
plates were also available for $6.
This is the only fundraising event
the 4-H holds.
On the menu was Boston butt,
Wlitehead chicken and rice,
green beans, taters, coleslaw,
rolls, cake. tea, coffee and water.
Some of the items auctioned
were: NBA and Hockey cards, a
floral design gift basket, hair care
products, a school supply basket,
a gift certificate for pizza included
in a snack-packed basket, an easy
bake oven, a crystal lazy Susan,
old bottle style collectables-
Coke and Pepsi, James Patterson
books, a lamp, cooking and
kitchen supplies, a Nintendo
Wii, a build-a-bear, a hunters
30 gallon tripod feeder, a beach
trip basket with a beach towel,
sun tan lotion and other beach
accessories included, hunting
supplies, BB's, a camouflage
backpack, turkey decoy, safety
glasses, beef jerky, a chain saw,
a shovel, Gator memorabilia, a
gun case, computer supplies and
accessories, John Deere items,
a blood pressure monitor, gift
certificates for hay, lime rock,
feed, hair care, etc., a baseball
bat, a large stag horn fern, clocks,
dishes, grilling supplies, a
cooler, a coffee pot,an extension
cord, Halloween decorations,
center pieces, clothing, hats, a
purse, bracelets, karaoke songs,
assorted furniture, pure cane
syrup, homemade cained items
in mason jars, and more.
Items for the silent auction
were on tables all around the
room. Individuals interested
in the items would list their
maximum bid for the item they
wanted and continue to check
back on the items to see if they
were outbid.
During the open auction, 4-I1
members would walk back and
forth with the "for sale" items
held high, displaying them for
bidders to decide on.
Morgan Dukes and Amy
Hicks greeted guests while
selling tickets and collecting
money for chances to win items
such as a gift certificate to the
Olive Garden.
The Union County 4-H
Foundation, Inc. receives support
from businesses, organizations,
foundations, civic groups and
individuals who believe that the
4-H can help develop the leaders
of tomorrow.
According to the 4-H, they
are the nation's largest youth
development organization,
building revolutionary
opportunities and implementing
community-wide change at an
early age. Leading by example,
the caring support of adult
volunteers and mentors is meant
to inspire young 4Her's to work
collaboratively, take the lead
on their own projects and set
and achieve their goals with
These experiences are meant
to help build a foundation of
leadership and skills for success
in their future careers.
4-H's stands for Head, Heart,
Hands, and Health. They are the
four values members work on
while engaging in programs.
0 Head- managing,
[ Heart relating, caring.
fl Hands- giving, working.
D Health being, living.
The 4-H pledge is: I pledge
my head to clearer thinking, my
heart to greater loyalty, my hands
to larger service, and my health
to better living, for my club, my
community, my country, and my
The 4-H is beginning its
new year with registration to
join until Sept. 28. For more
information contact the Union
County Extension office at 386-
496-2321 or visit www.union.

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Clockwise from top left:
(1-r) Caleb Ripplinger, Ashley Harris, Abigail Ripplinger
and Karly Ann Raulerson are dressed to impress with
their 4-H attire. They children are just a few of many that
were present helping to raise funds for their club.

Kyndal Stalnaker and Lane
Griffis held up items so
that bidders could see what
was up for auction.

(1-r) Amy Hicks and Morgan
Dukes sell tickets to raise
money for the 4-H.

(1-r) Hunter Williams holds
a tractor ready to be
auctioned off while 4-H
program assistant Colan
Coody helps Tim Myer pick
out the next item to present
to the crowd.

Dinners were sold for $6
at the fundraiser with a
decorative cake dessert
decorated with the 4-H
emblem. The H's on the
clover stand for Head,
Heart, Hands and Health.

Continued from Page 3A

Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) hunter safety personnel
scheduled the field day for Aug.
25 from 8 a.m. until noon.
This field day is designed to be
a hands-on, constructive learning
experience that will include
bow setup and shooting, field
walks, exercises in following the
animal's trail, erecting and safely
ascending and descending from
*tree stands, as well as equipment
preparation and survival
A small fee to take the distance-
learning course is payable to the
National Bowhunter Education
Foundation on its wcbsite: www.
bowhunter-ed.comn/fl. You also
can reach the online distance-
learning course at MyFWC.com/
Participants can expect. to
learn all aspects of bowhunting,
History of bowhunting;
Safe and responsible
Preparing for the hunt;
Shot placement and
game recovery;
Use of elevated stands
and other techniques; and
Outdoor preparedness.
Students of all ages may
participate; however, an adult
must accompany those younger
than 16.
Participants should bring all
equipment, including bow and
Students should register for
the course in advance by calling
the FWC's regional office in
Lake City at 386-758-0525.

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7th annual Bike Fest comes to Starke Aug. 24-26

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If classic Southern rock songs.
the music ofAC/DC. Porta Potty
pulls and motorcycles-lots
of motorcycles-arc the types
of things 'you enjoy, then the
seventh annual Starke Bike
Fest, which will be held Friday-
Sunday, Aug. 24-26. is right up
your alley.
Of course, if you just want to
hang out, check out the bikes,
enjoy music, browse a variety
of vendors and just have a good
time that's free of charge, Starke
Bike Fest is for you, too.
The event, which takes place
in downtown Starke on Call
Street and the "Starke Square,"
begins at 5 p.m. on Friday, Aug.
24, and runs through 2 p.m.
Sunday, Aug. 26.
Numerous musical
performances will be held,
christening the riew stage that
is being built on the square. A
dedication of the new stage will
be held Aug. 24 at 4 p.m.
Pam Whittle, the director
of the North Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce, said
the addition of the new stage is
one of the most exciting things
about this year's Bike Fest. The
stage, which will also benefit
such events as the Strawberry
Festival and Cruzin, wvill'free up
more money for an entertainment
budget since a stage doesn't have
to be rented and things like lights
and fans don't have to be paid
for. Therefore, more nationally
known acts could potentially be
brought in for future events.
"It will allow us to expand our
entertainment," Whittle said.
-This year's entertainment will
consist of two headline acts:
Stiff Upper Lip and Monsters of
Southern Rock. Stiff Upper Lip,
an AC/DC tribute band, will
play Aug. 24 at 10 p.m., while
Monsters of Southern Rock will
take the stage at 10 p.m. on Aug.
Monsters of Southern Rock
is composed of such people as
Blackfoot founding member/
bassist Greg T. Walker,
Blackfoot founding member/
guitarist Charlie Hargrett,former
Lynyrd Skynyrd and Blackfoot
guitarist/vocalist Mike Estes,
former Molly Hatchet vocalist
Jimmy Fararr, former Blackfoot
drummer Kurt Pietro and former
Rossington Band and Blackfoot
guitarist/vocalist Jay Johnson.
The event will feature other
musical acts all three days.
Wolfgang and Local Traffic will
perform at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m.,
respectively, on Aug. 24, while
the Aug. 25 lineup leading up
to Monsters of Southern Rock
is No Warning at 11 a.m., Black

KHHS sports
passes now
on sale
Keystone Heights Jr.-Sr. High
School is now selling passes
to 2012-13 athletic events,
including Century Club passes,
which include reserved, chair-
back seating and preferred
parking for football games.
Century Club passes, which
are $100, also include admission
to all regular season events
with the exception of classics,
tournaments, playoffs and state-
series competition.
The school also offers All
Spoi ts ($75), senior ($50 for ages
62 and above) and student ($50)
passes. They include admission
to all regular season contests with
the aforementioned exceptions.
A football-only pass is offered
for $35. It offers reserved seating
and admission to 10 home
For more information, please
call athletic director Walt Darty
at 352-473-1525 or assistant
athletic director Kim Dykes at

(Creek Rizin at 1 p.m., Bad Sod
at 3 p.m.. Section 8 at 6 p.m. and
Steel Rockin at 8 p.m.
Crossfire Warriors will take
the stage at 9 a.m. on Aug. 26.
Starke Bike Fest will feature

other forms of entertainment.
There will be several games
for visitors to participate in,
including the popular Porta Potty
Pulls, which is scheduled for 5
p.m. on Aug. 25. There will be

a bike show from 11 a.m. until
2:30 p.m. on Aug. 25. The bike
show has a $20 entry fee.
Bikers will be treated to free
breakfast at 9 a.m. on Aug. 26,
courtesy of the Faith Riders. A

blessing of the bikes will be held
that day as well at 10:30 a.m.
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merchandise vendors. Whittle
said the event currently has
plenty of food vendors, but

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2 Bradford women take part in Olympic festivities-'

Re'iowal News/Sports Editor
The University of Florida
made its mark on this year's
Olympics, with former school
athletes combining to earn 21
Those athletic feats weren't

the only performances of note,
though, as the UF marching
band and its auxiliary members
performed at twvo venues in
London. Gatorctte Tymber
Tatum, a 2011 Bradford High
School graduate, may not
have come home with a gold,

Tymber Tatum (left) performs with the University of
Florida band as a Gatorette.

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Johnathon Jankowskl and
Meaghan Pardue

are engaged

Meaghan Pardue and Johna-
thon Jankowski, both of St. Au-
gustine, announce their engage-
ment and future wedding.
Pardue is the daughter of
Ronald and Kimberly Pardue
of Keystone Heights. She is a
graduate of Keystone Heights
High School and the University
of North Florida with a degree
in elementary education. She is
employed by Starbucks and is a
member of First Baptist Church
of Keystone Heights.
Jankowski is the son of Deb-
ra Long of St. Augustine and
Thomas Jankowski Sr. of Ash-
ville, N.C.. He is a graduate of
Findlay High School in Ohio.
The wedding will be held on
Nov. 11 at 4 p.m. at the Ravines
Gardens State Park, with a recep-
tion to follow at the Woman's
-Club of Palatka. Invitations will
be mailed.

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Continued from 1B

Regional Chamber of
Commerce at 904-964-5278, or
fill out an application at www.
starkefl bi kefest.com.
Whittle encourages area
businesses to put out signs
welcoming bikers to the area,
though she said the event has
been received well by businesses
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silver or bronze medal, but she
couldn't have been happier
about being involved in what
she called a "once-in-a-lifetime
"I had a lot of fun," TFatum
said. "It was probably one of my
best, thrilling experiences."
Tatum was one of three
Bradford County residents to
accompany the UF band to
London. Kim Register, who is an
assistant coach for the Gatorettes
and a former Gatorette herself,
and her mother, Paula Register,
also made the trip.
"It was a good experience for
all of us," Kim Register said.
The band performed at Victoria
Park, which is adjacent to
Olympic Stadium, as part of the
July 27 opening ceremonies and
again on July 29 on the Mall, the
road that leads to Buckingham
Palace, in conjunction with the
women's cycling event.
Outside of the two
performances, the UF students
were able to enjoy sightseeing
"They were able to have fun
on the trip," Register said. "It
wasn't totally work."
The UF band was the only
group from the U.S. chosen to
play at official Olympic events.
Members were told they had
the opportunity to go to London
during the latter part of 2011.

provides an economic boost that
several businesses may need
during the summer. Visitors to
the area stay in motel rooms, buy
gas, eat at restaurants, etc.

"Our main wish is that
the economic impact of that
weekend will ripple out into the
community forweeks afterward,"
Whittle said, adding, "This is
really for the community. That's
why we do it."

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"I think we were all pretty
much in shock," Tatum said. "It
was really surreal up until the
week before (leaving) when I
started packing for it."
After learning of the
invitation, band and auxiliary
members were responsible for
raising the necessary funds to
go. Each member had to raise
approximately $4,000 to go.
"At first, a lot of people were
saying they couldn't afford it,"
Tatum said, "but when you think
about it, it's just a once-in-a-
lifetime opportunity. You've got
to do whatever you can to go."
The band had most of the
summer off until reconvening
for an all-day practice prior to
leaving for London.
"We had a 12-hour practice,"
Tatum said. "That was a lot of
Originally, the plan was for
the band to take four flights out
of Orlando, but Register said it
ended up being 11. The flight
she was on was the first to leave
at 6 a.m. on July 23, but the last
to arrive in London sometime
late the night of July 24.
"We got to spend the night
in Canada due to rain delays,"
Register said.
Airport personnel offered to

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Tymber Tatum (left) and Kim Register pose for a
photo with the London Eye in the background.

take the group from UF that was
on her flight to a hotel that was
30 minutes away for the night,
Register said. However, only
10 of the 51 people could be

transported at a time, and it was
approximately 1:30 a.m. July 24
at that point. .
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have a slumber party on the tile
"floor at the airport," Register
The band had a practice on
the Mall on July 25 and got to
see Prince Charles and United
Kingdom Prime Minister David
Cameron. The next day, band
and auxiliary members were
given a choice of sightseeing
opportunities, with the Gatorettes
going to Stonehenge in Bath.
It turns out the Gatorettes
drew quite the crowd while at
"We were wearing our Team
USA outfits," Tatum said. "We
went to take a group picture.
All of a sudden, this whole
swarm of people came around
us and started taking pictures of
us. I had people asking me for
autographs, which was crazy."
That night, students were
given a choice of seeing
theatrical performances of either
"The Lion King" or "Wicked."
On July 27, the band went to
the Winfield House, home of the
U.S. ambassador to the-.United
Kingdom, Louis Susman. First
Lady Michelle Obama was
there, too, along with former
and current U.S. Olympians
to promote the "Let's Move"
initiative to combat childhood
obesity. Children of U.S. service
members joined British children
in activities and games on the
Winfield House lawn.
Register said the group from
UF found it amusing that it had
to travel to London to see the
First Lady.
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out,".Register said. "We actually
were able to play the Gator fight
song as she came out."
That evening was the
performance in Victoria Park
as the opening ceremonies
of the Olympics got under
way. Register estimated there
were 30,000-50,000 people in
attendance who were able to
watch the opening ceremonies
on large video screens placed in
the park.
It was a different kind of
performance compared to game.
days at the Swamp.
"They kind of marched
around the park, then stood and
did more of a pep-rally style,"
Register said.
For Tatum, it was her favorite
performance of the trip.
"The whole crowd was so
excited," Tatum said. "We were
really pumped to be there. It was
just a lot of fun."
The itinerary on July 28
included tours of London Tower
and Wellington Barracks, as
well as a formal dinner at the
barracks. Register said they got
to go inside the barracks, which
their tour guide told them was a
rare opportunity for the public.
It would not be the only rare
event those with the UF band
were a part of. While at the
barracks, they saw the queen
twice, which amazed the tour
guides. The tour guides said
they had seen the queen maybe
five times in 20 years.
"We just assumed people
always see the queen out and
about," Register said. "They say
she is out and about, but are you
at the right place at the right time
to see ,her?"
The band, which is referred to
as "The Pride of the Sunshine,"

ABOVE: The University of Florida
Gatorettes do the Gator chomp while
at Stonehenge. Pictured (1-r) are Katie
Lehmann, Taylor Hartley, Brie Peterson,
Trish Sallustio, Alyssa Johnstone,
Myrrhanda Jones, Tymber Tatum and Tara
Vozzola. The Gatorettes and other auxiliary
and band members had several sightseeing
opportunities, including tours of the
Wellington barracks and Windsor Castle,
one of the queen's residences. RIGHT:
Kim Register (far left) and Tymber Tatum
(far right) are pictured at Stonehenge with
Register's mother, Paula Register.

lived up to its name on July 29
during its performance on the
Mall. It was raining off and on
for 30 minutes to an hour prior
to the performance, Register
said. However, she said the rain
stopped and the sun came out
when the band stepped onto the
Mall for its performance.
"We brought the sunshine,"
Tatum said.
The rain resumed after the

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First Lady Michelle Obama walks past UF band and auxiliary members during a
children's fitness event at the Winfield House.

reaches Eagle
Scout rank.
.Rowdy Rensberger, a Scout
from Troop 70 in Starke, was
awarded the rank of Eagle Scout
Rensberger recently attended
Bradford High School where
he graduated with high honors,
was a member of the high school
band an helped coach the girls' ;.
soccer team. He also is a youth
mentor at First United Methodist
Church, and is currently enrolled
at the University of Florida.
During Rensberger's 13 years R(
of scouting, he held many lead- t
.ership roles from patrol leader

owdy Rensberger
wvay to senior patrol lead-

er, and he reached the rank of
Brotherhood with the Order Of
The Arrow.
Even when Rensberger wasn't
holding a position in the troop,
he never stopped teaching the
younger Scouts and guiding
them through the ranks. During
his speech, he encouraged the
younger Scouts not to give up
and always strive to help others
and do their best.
Rensberger said that Scouts
played a roll in helping him be-
come the young man that he is
today. He also thanked Tatum
Bros. Lumber, Jackson Build-
ing Supply, Scoutmaster Paul
Funderburk, and his parents, Ed-
ward and Cana Rensberger, for
helping make his Eagle project

band's performance.
"We all kind of laughed about
that," Register said.
The last day in London
included a tourof Windsor Castle
and a dinner/river cruise. Some
students also got the chance
to go on the London Eye-the
giant Ferris wheel on the banks
of the Thames River-Register
The band returned home July
"We didn't want to come
back," Tatum said. "We had so
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KHHS student takes illness in stride, strives to help others

-Regional News/Sports Editor
It's all about perspective.
Jenna Dugger, a Graham
resident who will be a junior at
Keystone Heights Jr.-Sr. High
School, has a disease that can't
be cured, but instead of being
upset or angry, she is thankful.
She anticipates being able to live
a relatively normal life. Many
children with other diseases
don't have that opportunity.
Therefore, Jenna welcomes
the opportunity to help other
children and families. That
opportunity has come in the
form of being selected as an
ambassador for the Children's
Miracle Network at Shands
Hospital for Children Radiothon
for Kids, which will take place
Saturday, Sept. 18, and be
broadcast'by 98.5 KTK.
Leading up to the radiothon is
an effort to raise at least $2,000
as part of'ream Jenna.
"It is hard work," Jenna said,
"but you enjoy it once you
see where it's going and-what
effect the money has on other
Jenna, the daughter of
Travis and Kelly Dugger, has
gastroparesis, which she said
basically means her stomach
is paralyzed and has difficulty
digesting food. That diagnosis
came in April 2010 and changed
life for her and her family in
several ways.
It is a moment that still

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your help

Dear Editor:
I'd like to thank those
responsible for making an
unfortunate auto accident in Lake
Butler a less scary experience.
Kudos to Trooper Jeff Hattie,
Deputy Will Lee, and Keith from
T & M Towing. Also, a local
couple, Lloyd, and his wife and

brings tears to Kelly Dugger's
eyes-the thought of how her
daughter's life was and how it
changed in the blink of an eye.
"1 put a healthy child to bed on
April 26," Kelly said. "She was
a vibrant, outgoing 14-year-old
varsity tennis player and honor
roll student who was active in
her (church) youth group. She
woke up the next morning, and
her life was changed forever."
The first thought was that
Jenna had food poisoning. A trip
to the emergency room became
a three-week hospital stay. 'I he
diagnosis of gastroparesis came
10 days after she was admitted.
"It was kind of shocking at first
because we didn't realize what
was going on, what gastroparesis
is or how many people have it,
and what the treatments are for
it," Jenna said.
The initial hospital stay was
followed by six weeks at home,
but Jenna got sick again and
went back to the hospital. She
was put on a feeding tube.
Jenna missed school her
entire freshman year. The
surgical implant of an electronic
neurostimulator, which Kelly
described as a "pacemaker for
your stomach," enabled Jenna to
return to school, but she missed
part of her sophomore year
because of some problems with
the neurostimulator.
Since then, things have been
going well for Jenna and the
neurostimulator. As her mother

Jenna Dugger,
who lives in
Graham, is
raising money as
an ambassador
for the Children's
Miracle Network
at Shands
Hospital for
Children at the
SUniversity of
Florida. Her
S efforts are
Leading up to
the Sept. 18
Radiothon for

dog, Squirt, who stayed with
us until help arrived. Also, the
witnesses at the IHOP in Starke.
June Earp and Ginger

Dear Editor:
Our 20 acres and house on
Geiger Road were paid for by my
dad. We sold 20 acres in 1965,
and my dad died three days later.
Someone talked our mom into
co-signing for them to buy a car,
using our 20 acres and house as"
collateral. She walked into the
bank a widow, with no job and

noted during the interview with
the Telegraph-Times-Monitor,
"She looks great. She's doing
better. She's looking forward
to going back and starting her
junior year at Keystone."
Kelly said it is fortunate that
Jenna is able to rely upon a
neurostimulator, thanks to a U.S.-
Food and Drug Administration
humanitarian device exemption,
which allows for the use of a
device to treat a disease that
affects fewer than 4,000 people
per year in the U.S.
Plus, the device doesn't work
for some people.
"We were kind of hoping and
praying that it would work,"
Jenna said. "Once it did, it was
exciting because I could go back
to being a normal teenager.".
Jenna does have to watch what
she eats as certain foods can
cause her condition to flare up,
such as Mexican food, seafood,
fatty foods and foods high in
She was a healthy eater before
who now misses being able to
eat certain fruits and vegetables
because they will worsen her
condition. To keep her caloric
count up, she finds she has to eat
more junk food.
"I don't want to eat them,"
Jenna said. "I'd rather have an
apple or grapes or something."
Whether she eats or not, Jenna
said has ithe constant feeling of
having overeaten.
"Basically, the feeling after
you've eaten a Thanksgiving
dinner-that full feeling-you
pretty much have that 24/7,"
she said. "It doesn't go away.
My stomach will growl, and it
will be hungry, but I can't eat
because I just feel so full."
Not only does she feel full
all the time, but she is pretty
much constantly aware of her
neurostimulator. Jenna said she
can feel it by poking the skin
above where it is located. If
she's lying still, she can feel it
"It's an odd feeling and can
get annoying," she said, "but I
kind of have to get used to it."
That pretty much sums up the
way Jenna has chosen to look
at her situation. She has relied
on her faith and has shown to

five children at home, ages six
months to ten years, and got the
I hope the bank didn't take
advantage of her because of the
amount of property and house.
It seems that a few acres would
have been enough for a car.
Anyways, the person defaulted
on the loan and we lost our home
and the 20 acres. This story was
told to me by my Aunt Murla
Geiger. She passed away a few
years ago and apologized for
having to put us in the Florida
Baptist Children's Home. She
lived in Tampa, and we would
be close to her and all our other
Ruper Geiger

Jenna Dugger (center) is pictured during her January hospital admission with
Allison McKenzie (left), Dance Marathon family captain, and Mackenzie Pape, who
works in family relations overall for Dance Marathon. Dance Marathon is a benefit
for Children's Miracle Network.

possess a strength her mother
said the family didn't realize she
"She's just always said that
God has a plan for her," Kelly
said. "This was part of the plan.
She doesn't question why."
Jenna doesn't shy from talking
to others about her illness. If
someone approaches her on the
beach, for example, and asks
her about the scar she has from
the neurostimulator implant,
she welcomes the chance to
talk about gastroparesis. It's
about bringing awareness to
the disease, which she can also
accomplish in her role as an
ambassador for the Children's
Miracle Network at Shands
Hospital for Children.
efforts for Children's Miracle
Network actually began last
year through her participation in

Dance Marathon.
"Through that, we made
friends with folks there, and
they chose (Jenna) to be one of
the ambassadors," Kelly said.
The role of ambassador and the
raising of funds for the upcoming
r.diothon allow Jenna to do their
part to help Shands Hospital for
Children be able to continue to
provide the level of care she has
received. Money raised through
a Children's Miracle Network
events remains in the community
it was generated in.

"I think it's a great opportunity
for her to be able to give back to
a program she's had the direct
benefit of," Kelly said. "It gives
her the ability to pay it forward
to other children and families."
Children's Miracle Network
is a charity that raised more than
$4.3 billion in2011 forchildren's
hospitals. A $750,000 donation
helped Shands Hospital for
Children to renovate its pediatric
emergency department.
Some other ways Children's

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Leila Byrd
Byrd, 82, of Liake Geneva, died
on Friday, Aug. 10. 2012, at the
Windsor Manor Nursing 1tome in
Mrs. Byrd was born in Staike on
Sept. 28, 1929, to the late Richaid
and Mora Brown Clark. She \\as a
homemaker and a member of lope
Baptist Church.
Mrs. Byrd \Nwas preceded in death
by: herhusband,Allen: a son, l)anniy
and a granddaughter, Heather B rd.
She is survived by: her children,
Connie (Joe)) Darrmtpicr. and Vicki
(Glenn) Smith, all of Theressa. and
Steve Byrd of Keystone Hleights: her
sisters, Evelyn Carter of Kevstone
Heights and Bonrnie Sea\ of Starke;
six grandchildren and fi\c great-
Funeral services were. held on
Aug. 13 at Hope Baptist Church with
PastoF Larry' Strickland and Dr. Gene
Coons officiating. Burial followed
at Ffope Cemetery. Arrangements
are by Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home of Keystone Heights.

Angela Cook
Angela Sue Dryden Cook, 51,
a lifelong' resident of Keystone
Heights, died at Shands Starke on
Friday, Aug. 10, 2012, following
injuries she sustained in a car
* Mrs. Cook was born on Jult 2,
1961, in North K, R.I.. L'aid
had attended the K,eystcne_., Heights
Church of Christ.
She was preceded' in death by:
her father, Donald Dryden. She is
survived by: her children, Heather
(Ryan) Hovsepian of Earl ton,
Douglas James Hilton Jr. of Green
Cove Springs, Landon and Lake,
both of Earlton, and Blaine of
Fleming Island; her mother, Dorothy
Sue Mohrenne; and her fiance, Greg
Willis of Keystone Heights.
A memorial service will be held
at the Keystone Heights Church
of Christ on Saturday, Aug. 18, at

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\lnds\ ALIiA 13. t 2. Shaiid,
She ', is ]cccdCLI in death h\:
her daI ht I icr, cltt\ (oi nlmigtont
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AlNiica: an liroit'hres. larryi Rish)
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Sanidra ('on\ lngton, and Alphonso
('on\ingetomn. all ofl Starke, and
N latLtie Andcrson el Gaincsvillc
16 grandchildren, and 43 great-
grandchi Idren.
Visitation \'ill be held on Friday,
Aug. 17 from 5-7 p.m. at J. Hladley
Iitl-eral Home. Funeral services for
Nhs'. Convilngti on will he'heldl at 11I
a.m. on Saturda\, Aug. 18 at True
Vine Outreach MNinistry, 422 St.
Clair St., Starke, \xith Elder Ross
('handler olfficiating: Intekrmcnt
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IAKI- BI1 t'I.,FR- l)Dale I-
('CraIwford Sr. 51, lof ILake I3utlcr
died Thuiirsda, ALI 9. 9, 20112, in his
hollic after an etendcdc illicss.
lie as borll iin I,akc ('it\ mand
liv cd m ost ol this hlie iIn l.aIke l ltler.
I le \\as the son of Ilhe late Jlack and
Ka\ ('iaitw i. and \\a is a shout
distaniice truck dri\ er.
Cri\\ iford is suvi\ecd bh\ Ihis wil'C.
I)chra Ann Pinkstmon, ('ai\\ford.
daughter Amanda Ann C'irafoird,.
stecpdaLighters Carol Dampier aLnd
Robin D)ampier, both of N.C., sons
Dale Craw ford It-. and Inmmi .1.
(Crawford, both of lake BLitlcr.
anid a stepson 13o Dampier of Lake
Butler, brothers John Trotcill of
lake Butler and Jack Cirawford of
Lake City, and 13 grandchildren.
Funeral services were ldc Ll
MNonday, Aiug. 13 at the Archer
Funerial H omne chapel with Bro.
Scott Fisher officiating.
Archer Fuineral IHotme C f
Lake Butler was in charge of

Leah Cribbs
LAKE CITY-I eaIh Millie
Thomas Crihbbs, 86, of ltakc City
died Friday, Auig. 10, 2012, at Ihe
Health ('enter of lake (Cit' after an
extended illness.
She wxas born in Lake City and
lived most of heir life near Lake
Butler. She worked with the Division
of Forestry in the fire towers before
retiring, and was a member of
Johnstoiwn Baptist Church outside
of Lake Butler.
She'was thIe daughter of the late
Jesse and Jessie Dugger Thomas,
and was preceded in death by her
husband. Fate Cribbs.
Cribbs is survived by daughters
Patsy (Tony) Novak of Rockwell,
TX and Debbie (James) Pittman of
lake Butler, sisters Annie NMietus
and Linda (Cecil) Clemons, both
of Lake Buitler and Jewell Zihal of
Melrose, brothers Leroy (Clara)
Thomas of Daytona Beach and
Charles (Sarah) Thomas of Lake
Butler, and several grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Monday, Aiug. 13 at the Archer
Funeral Home chapel with Pastor
Rodney Baker officiating. Interment
was in Dekle Cemetery of Lake
Archer Funeral Home of
Lake Butler was in charce of

Evelyn Mann
Couey, Mann, 84, of Glen St. Mary
died Thursday, AIug. 9. 2012. at
Riverside St. Vincents Hospital
in Jacksonville after an extended
She was born in Dublin, GA and
lived the last 40 years in Glen. St.
Mary. She was the daughter of the
late Leroy Bryant Couey and Molly
Lee Etheridge Couey, and was a
hotel clerk for many years and of
the Baptist faith.
Mann was preceded in death by
her children Nancy Mann, Judy
Mason, Lawrence Stains, and
Sherman Mason.
She is survived by daughtersGloria
Faye (Johnny) Williams and Rose

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Archer Funeral Home of
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MELROSE-Maureen Elizabeth
Monaghian, 67, of Melrose, died
Sunday,Aug. 12,2012.
She was born in Brooklyn, N.Y.
on Dec. 21,1944--, to the late Charlcs
and Sarah Monaghan. She was a
retired legal secretary.
Services were held at the St.
Edwards Catholic Church and burial
followed at the Our Lady of Good
Counsel Cemetery in St. Augustine.
Arrangements are under the care of
Joncs-(Gallaghlier Funeral Home of

William Tyler
STARKE-William Lamar Tyler,
28, of Starke, died suddenly at his
residence on Tuesday, Aug. 14,
2012. He was born in Gainesville,
liv ing most of his life in Bradford
County. He was the son .of James
TylIer and Linda Davis Tyler of
He is survived by: his wife,
Tina Conner Tyler of Starke; three
brothers, James (Rhonda) Tyler Jr.,
Dennis Tyler and Steven Tyler,'all
of Starke; and two sisters, Sharon
(Marty) Lawson and Hayle Tyler of

No services are planned at this
time. Archer Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.

Becky Whitley
Rebecca "Becky" Basford
Whitley, 93, passed away peacefully
on Monday, Aug. 13, 2012, at
Northeast Florida Community
3Becky was born on Jan. 28,
1919, in Loganville, Ga. to Isaac
and Cora Lou Thomas. Her family
moved to Jacksonville in 1926. She
was a charter member of Murray
Hill Baptist Church and was also a
member of First Baptist Church in
Starke and Shindler Road Baptist.
Becky loved flowers and was, a
member of the Jacksonville Garden
Club and was the past president
of Montbretia Circle. She lived in
Bradford County for several years
and volunteered at the Bradford
Hospital Auxiliary. She was also a
member of the Women's Club and
President of the Women's Union.

She returned to JacksonvilIe
in 1999 to be closer to her family.
She was preceded in death by:
her husband of 43 years, Afton
"A.C." Basford. Survivors include:
her children, Bobby Blasford of
Woodstock, Ga., .lanct Adams of
Starke, Wesley (Lorna) Basford,
and Nancy (Gary) Peacock of
Jacksonville; a sister, Martha
Allen; a brother,. HIenry Thomas:
six grandchildren and seven grceat-
Family received friends on
Aug. 15 at Hardage-Giddens-Town
and Country Funeral Home in
Jacksonville. Funeral services will
be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday,
Aug. 16 at the Ifuneral home.
Interment will follow services at
Riverside Memorial Park. Family
has requested that memorial
contributions be made to Acosta
Rua Center Community Hospice
of Northeast Florida, 5450 Ramona
Blvd., Jacksonville, Fl, 32205, in
Becky's honor.

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Timothy James Crawford, 25,
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or expired license. Bond was set
at $1,000 and she was released
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Bernard Andre Dommon, 36,
of Starke was arrested Aug. 10
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ure to appear. Bond was set at
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press time.
Joseph Frank Edinger, 30,
of Fleming Island was arrested
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Richelle Lee Griffis, 40, of
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She was released Aug. 12.
Bascombe Wesley Hymes, 38,
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Cheryl Ann Joiner, 53, of
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Raymond Wayne Masey, 51,
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Tony Lee McCulley, 27, of
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or expired license. Bond was set
at $5,000 and he w'as released
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Ericka Nelson, 28, of Starke
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Carolyn Marie Padgett, 57, of
Starke was arrested Aug. 13 by
Bradford deputies for shoplift-
ing. Bond was set at $500 and
she remained in jail at press
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Dean James Poland, 30, of
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