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Union County times
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Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
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USPS 648-200 LAKE BUTLER, "FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUG. 23, 2012 100TH YEAR -17TH ISSUE 75 CENTS


Three home
invaders fire
weapon, steal
sports mem-
orabilia

During the early morning
hours of Saturday, August 18,
2012 three males went to a res-
idence off of S.W. 73rd Court.
Lake Butler with the intention
of robbing the homeowner.
The suspects entered the home
around 5:00AM by kicking in
the front door. They were armed
with a firearm and preceded to
the bedroom to find the home-
owner sleeping. Suspects made
threats and demands and then
discharged the firearm into the
ceiling and left with many of the
homeowner's personal prized
possessions and sports memora-
bilia.
An immediate arrest was
made in Union County and a
multi-county investigation led
Union County, Investigators to
Columbia County which resulted
in the arrest of two more suspects
later that day.
Those arrested include: Henry
"JJ" Jackson III, 24 years of age
of Lake Butler; Eric Jacob Jonas,
20 years of age of Lake City;
and Stephen E. Singh, 20 years
of age of Lake City. All three
have been arrested on Home
Invasion-Robbery (1st Degree
Felony) and being held under a
$250,000.00 bond each. Jackson
was also arrested on a Violation
of Probation and held under a No
Bond. All three suspects are in
the Union County Jail. Charges
of discharging a firearm will be
upgraded before trial.
These suspects are also being
investigated for another attempt-
ed home invasion that occurred
earlier that day approximately
2:00AM off of S.W. 76th Place.
Suspects are pending addition-
al charges as the investigation
continues. If anyone knows of
additional crimes or criminal
activity they are encouraged to
contact the Union County Sher-
iff's Office, Major Garry Seay at
386-496-2501.




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Headstart
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 to
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.

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.

Senior Citizen

programs set
An activities program has
been set for senior citizens at the
Worthington Springs community


County commissioners look at health

department, emergency medical services


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor

The county y Commission
meeting was held this past
Monday with action being taken
to move towards a resolution on
the issues brought forth in July's
meeting by past employees
of the Union County Health
Department. Issues concerning
EMS and the new proposed
budget for 2012/2013 were also
discussed after the unexpected
turnout of EMS personnel along
w ith several county residents
concerned with proposed
changes.
Winnie Holland addressed
the commissioners on the
improvements and achievements
made within the health
department during her time as
the director over Union and
Il.,.i-l,,,dfollowed by a former
Bradford Health department
employee who came before the
board to speak against Holland
with similar complaints of those
before. Holland said, "When
something isn't working as
efficiently and as effectively as
possible, then we must make a
change. Sometimes that is hard
for-people."
Yolanda Thomas said she
resigned this past April after
10 years of service claiming
her work environment had
becomrne hostile. She said, "the
administration was inconsistent
and the work environment
became unhealthy."
Chairman Wayne Smith, on
behalf of the board, said that


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Yolanda Thomas, former employee of the Bradford
County Health Department.


a resolution was in works and
would be signed and sent to the
governor's office. "What is done
after that is up to him." he said.
EMS director Chris Drum
came before the commission to
plead with the board the cutbacks
proposed for the EMS. "It is
my responsibility to take care
of 15.500 people," said Drum.
$388,984 was quoted during
the July meeting, was needed to
balance EMS. Over half of those
in attendance this past Monday
were on behalf of the EMS.


Gene Raulerson was also
present to speak on behalf of the
EMS. Raulerson worked with
EMS in Lake Butler beginning
in 1978 and retired this past year.
Raulerson is widely known as
the stepping-stone that helped
create the EMS in Lake Butler
and held the position of Director
with EMS in Lake Butler four
times. Raulerson asked, "How do
you put a price tag on a life." He
explained that he understood the
need to have a balanced budget
but that a person in severe need


of medical assistance could not
afford to wait the extended time
length it would take for an out of
town EMS to respond if the local
EMS personnel were unable to.
Smith said that if there were
any possible way to keep the
EMS as is, it would be done.
Regina Parrish welcomed
anyone to give suggestions on the
proposed budget. "We welcome
it," she said,
Commission Karen Cossey
and Jimmy Tallman both said
they wanted the budget to be
reviewed to see if it was possible
for EMS to remain the same.
Other departments out of
balance include solid waste
$147,.972 and the road department
$239,843. In the special meeting
held on July 30, Regina Parrish
presented the budget to the board
and said it was roughly $120,000
out of balance.
The commissioners agreed to
look over the budget once again
to see if there was any way to
change it. It..was made it clear
that the budget has to be balanced
and finalized in 4 weeks. A
special meeting will be held after
the proposed changes to the EMS
and budget are reviewed so that a
final decision can be made.
In other new, Commissioner
Ricky Jenkins said that the
Farmer's Market located in town
was in severe need of tin for the
roof, which is lifted up at the
current time. Tallman said that
he may be able to have the tin
donated to save cost and will
be working towards having that
done.


New school year begins today


Union County School are
back in session today, Aug. 23.
with administrators and students
filling the classrooms that have
been vacant most of the summer.
Union County Sheriff's
Deputies will be posted close to
the schools as usual with crossing
guards taking extra precautions
while helping children across the
streets. Both are familiar with
the amount of excessive traffic
the new school year brings
and will be taking action. The
Union County Sheriff's office
continues to remind all drivers
to be aware of children, not just
in cross walks but in all areas
%surrounding the schools.
LBES reminds parents not to
drop their children off any earlier
than 7:30 a.m. for their own
safety. There is no one available


to supervise children prior to that
time.
Leniency is given within the
first two days on classroom
arrival times due to the beginning
school year confusion; however
afterwards, normal attendance
policies will take effect.
Parents dropping or picking
their children up need to be
familiar, with drop off/pick up
areas and the times students are
released. LBMS reminds parents
that the 4"' Avenue designated
entrance should be used to avoid
making the congestion on Hwy
121 any worse. Students are not
to be dropped off/picked up at
the gym, the back or the front of
the school. All LBMS students
should report to the gym and will
be released to their classes from
there.
Bus behavior for all students


riding any Union County
School bus, regardless of for
transportation or school functions
are required to obey the driver at
all time, stay in seats assigned
by the driver, observe classroom
conduct by talking in a quiet
voice, observe orderly conduct
while entering or leaving the
bus, keep arms and legs inside
the bus at all times, No eating or
drinking on the bus, no throwing
objects out of the bus windows
or while on the bus, pushing,
shoving or fighting will result in
child discipline, and profanity is
prohibited. Proper care of the bus
and all its equipment is expected.
Any one wishing to volunteer
at any of the Union County
school's are reminded to submit a
volunteer form which is required
by the Jessica Lunsford act.
All of the Union County


Schools are Latex free and
remind parents not to send
balloons or any other type of
latex material to school.
High School students who
have not received their schedules
can do so in the front office.
Open house for the Elementary
will be held on Sept 6, for the
second grade, Sept. 11, for the
first grade, Sept. 13 for the third
grade and Sept. 18, for the Fourth
grade.
Open house for LBMS 611
grade will be on Aug. 28, 71'
and 8"' grade will be on Sept. 4.
All are from 6-8 p.m. 5th grade
orientation was held earlier this
week.
More information will be sent
home with students. Paperwork
sent home should be returned as
soon as possible.


Fender bender at Lake Butler Dollar General


After checking out at the Dollar General in Lake Butler, Hiram Short of Starke attempted to make a left turn onto
S.R. 100 in his 2006'GMC Canyon. According to the Florida Highway Patrol, a 2009 Freightliner driven by Kevin
Foreman of North Carolina was traveling westbound on S.R. 100 approaching the store as Short pulled out. Fore-
man attempted to avoid the collision but was unsuccessful. His rig hit the GMC causing damage to the front of the
vehicle. Fortunately, there were no injuries. Short was charged with Violation of a right-a-way.


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
funds.


Medicare/

Medicaid

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, call the
ELDER HELPLINE at 1-800-
963-5337.


School bus

routes

The Union County Bus tine
up for the 2012-2013 school
year listed by bus, driver
and area 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
5 Joyce Edwards CR
239a and 241, 791
Providence Brown Still Rd
6 Ed Shadd Raiford area
CR 229 North and behind
Raiford Post Office
7 Erick Durant Providence
area and Providence Village
8 Charles Crawford
Worthington Springs
area and Little Springs
10 Emily Thomas RMC
West unit 238 area, SR
100 West to Waters Rd
11 Natalie Tussinger
Timber Village
12 Lloyd Hedman
Providence area CR 238
14 Sidney Todd Worthington
Springs area, CR 18 and
River Bend Estates.
15 Janice Worrell
Worthington Springs
area, CR 18a
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 Springs
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 Pines
29 Juanita Harden
Providence Area, CR
241, North CR 238.
Midway Cemetery Rd,
CR 796 the Groves
and Horse Arena Rd
Rainbows Daycare will be
bus 17 in the mornings and
bus 23 in the afternoons.
Tigers Den will be bus 29
in the afternoons only.
Note: All in town routes-
are for Middle and
Elementary students only.
Specific bus routes
for in town:
Bus 3, behind rescue,
carwash across from Napa,
Hidden Oaks trailer park
by Pritchett trucking and
forest park apartments.
Bus 15 will pick up
Shaw subdivision.
Behind Spires, bus 4 in
the mornings for both
elementary and middle
school. In the afternoon,
bus 6 in tlhe afternoon
for elementary and bus
4 for middle school.
BP and behind the Family
Dollar, bus'18 in the
morning for both elementary
and middle school, bus
8 in the afternoon for
elementary and bus 18
for the middle school.
Bus 10, Powell's trailer park.
For more information
contact Mike Pittman
transportation department
386-496-2182.


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2A UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, AUG. 23, 2012


Union County CCLB's Operation A-Ok a success
Farmer's BY TIFFANY CLARK
Market Times Editor ;'
The Nnin Cnintv )rmr'


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Market will be open every
Saturday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

UC Historical
Museum
in 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
you have any items relating to
these businesses and would like
to donated them in the exhibit
or loan them to the museum,
call W.A. McGill at 386-496-
2258. Staff is available Monday
mornings from 9a.m. to 12 noon.
Any items/pictures donated, or
loaned will be accepted at your
convenience.

VFW hosts
Back to school
Bash
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
meets
The School Board will hold
its regular meeting on Tuesday,
Aug. 28, at 1:30 p.m. An agenda
can be found at http://www.
union.kl12.fl.us


Charity Golf
Tournament
set
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 6r $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
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, hushpuppes 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 Rossmanl 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
rossman.candice@ mail.dc.state.
fl.us.
Come out and "chip in for a
cure."

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.


Christ Central of Lake Butler
kicked the event "Operation
A-Ok" this past Saturday,
providing backpacks, school
supplies and haircuts to
attending children. The event
was held at the 'clubhouse
located in Timber Village in
Worthington Springs.
The volunteers from CCLB
provided refreshments and
upbeat Christian music while
backpacks were passed out
according to school/supplies.
Children received haircuts to
look there best for the new
school year, with everything
provided at no cost. After the
event was over, the remaining
supplies were distributed
around the county. "We ended
up serving 200 kids in the areas
of Worthington Springs, RMC,
and Lake Butler. What a great
day," said CCLB Pastor Adam
Page.
CCLB plans to continue this
assistance each year but hopes
to expand the event next year to
serve more children. I
Some of the attending
children were D.J, Alana and
Kyra Castleberry, R.J Waflace,
Lilly Donaldson, Jayven Caine,
Americus Shaeffer, Jacob and
Justin Alford, Hailey Clark,
Jordon Black, Justin Shaeffer,
Isaiah Booker and James
Alford.
Some of the Christ Central
of Lake Butler volunteers who
helped make operation A-Ok a
success were Stephanie Cain,
Lisa Page, Jamie O'Quinn,
Katelyn Page, Connie Eades,
Amy Slayton, Samantha
Mabrey, Pastor Adam Page,
Krystal Burton, Lisa Parrish,
Amber Terrell, April Dampier,
Johnette Davis, Torrie Clark,
Sheran Bennett, Jesse Cagle,
Johnny Hostick, Gatlin Burton,
Scott O'Quinn, Shilah Eades,
Montana Rarrish. and Zack
Page.
Pastor Adam Page said, "I
love this journey called, "Life."
My amazing wife Lisa and I
have been married 21 years. We
have three wonderful children,
Katelyn, Zachery and Morgan.
We can look back at our life and
see how God has ordered our
steps and has allowed us to be
us. Ministering the gospel is our
passion and like King David, wve
want to be known as a couple
who are after God's own heart.
Lisa and I are just crazy enough


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The Christ Central of Lake Butler and volunteers who made operation A-Ok a success were (Front row, I-r)
Stephanie Cain, Lisa Page, Jamie O'Quinn, Katelyn Page and Connie Eades. (Middle Row, I-r) Amy Slayton,
Samantha Mabrey, Pastor Adam Page, Krystal Burton, Lisa Parrish and Amber Terrell. (Back Row, I-r) April Dampier,
Johnette Davis, Torrie Clark, Sheran Bennett, Jesse Cagle, Johnny Hostick, Gatlin Burton and Scott O'Quinn.


(1-r) Lilly Donaldson gets a back to school hair cut by
Connie Eades.


(I-r) Amber Terell gets Julinna Oquinn ready for the new
school year with a trim.


to believe in our days we can be
world changers wxvith the love of
Christ. We've been the campus
pastors at Christ Central Lake
Butler since January of 2011.
"Love God-Love People."
This is the principle moLtto
we at Christ Central want to
express to the community.


We -believe the simplicity of
the gospel can be shared not
in what we say, but in what
we do. Our purpose is to be
Kingdom Builders. We see the
importance of relationships and
creating a culture of people who


are ready to love the unlovable,
reach the unreachable, power
to do the impossible and make
a difference for the Kingdom
of God..We believe there is an
ever-increasing hunger for the
presence of God and sense of
belonging. At Christ Central,
our goal is to make people
feel welcome no matter what
backgrouInd they come from."


CCLB invites anyone to
come and worship. Sunday
Celebration Service is at 11 a.m.
and Wednesday Bible study is at
7 p.m. along with Children and
Student Ministries. "Hunger
Nights" hare held on Mondays
at 7 p.m. This is geared for
intercessory prayer. "We hope
to see you soon, God Bless,"
said Adam Pastor Page.


VOTE

CONNELL For CLERK OF COURT
As a life-long resident of Union County, I have a deep love for our community and a desire to
serve it. I have worked in public accounting for thirteen years and am a licensed CPA.
I am the daughter of Joe and Debbie Hendricks, and the granddaughter of Bryan and Jeanette
Hendricks and Myrtice and the late James Lee. My husband Jeremy and I have three boys: Tanner,
Judd and Tripp.
I'want to use my talents and experience to make Union County even greater by serving as your
Clerk of Court.


PIli
Pol. Adv. paid for and approved by Kellie Hendricks Cm4,Rpbia o Clerk of Court.


3BD/2BA BRICK HOME in Umnin C'otin,
MOTIVATED SELLER!


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$149,000


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(Front row, I-r) D.J, Alana and Kyra Castleberry, B.J Wallace and Lilly Donaldson. (Middle Row, I-r) Makiah and
Jayven Caine, Americus Shaeffer and Jacob and Justin Alford. (Back row, I-r) Lisa Page, Hailey Clark, Jordon Black,
Justin Shaeffer, Isaiah Booker, James Alford and Pastor Adam Page of CCLB.


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Shilah Eades, Montana Parrish and Zack Page helped by distributing the High'School
backpacks. All of the backpacks were sorted by Elementary, Middle and High school
and were packed with school supplies accordingly.


Gatlin Burton shows everyone he's not too cool for
school. Pictured behind him. is Amber Terell who is also
sporting a backpack.


Woman's Club
celebrates 100
years
The Lake Butler Woman's
Club will be celebrating their 100
years of service to Union County
on Saturday, Sept. 8, from II
a.m. to 1 p.m. at the clubhouse
located by the Lake Butler Lake.
For more information, contact
386-496-2005.

Woman's Club
celebrates 100
years
The Lake Butler Woman's
Club will be celebrating their 100
years of service to Union County
on Saturday, Sept. 8, from I11
a.m. to I p.m. at the clubhouse
located by the Lake Butler Lake.

City budget
workshop
rescheduled
The City of Lake Butler's
Budget Workshop has been


GENERAL IMPLANT AND DENTISTRY




William K. Van Dyke, DMD


Rachael C. Van Dyke, DMD



New Patients Welcome


(386) 496-3492

40 S. Lake Ave., Lake Butler, FL 32054
www.drwkvandyke.com


i reschedule for Monday, Aug.
27, at 5:15 p.m. at City Hall
located at 200 SW 1st St,
Lake Butler.

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

JBack to School
bash at Okito
A community wide "Back
to School Bash" will be held
on Thursday, Aug. 30, at the
Okito America martial arts
school in Lake Butler. It
will begin at 5:00 p.m. and
will be held outdoors at 410
West Main Street at the City
Historical Building. There
will be a "Bounce House",
games, raffle drawings
for prizes and Taekwondo


demonstrations. Local
Churches and businesses
are welcome to sponsor a
booth and everyone in the
community is welcome to
attend. If you have any
questions you call at 352-284-
4086.

UC Babe Ruth
to meet
The Union County Babe
Ruth general meeting will be
held on Tuesday Aug. 28, at
6:30 p.m. They will meet at
the concession stand at the
sports complex to discuss the
upcoming fall schedule and to
elect officers.

Trick or Treat
date set
The City of Lake Butler
will be celebrating Halloween
Trick or Treat on Saturday,
Oct. 27, from 6 to 9 p.m.

Conservation
board meet
The Union County Soil and
Water Conservation District
Board will meet on Thursday,
Aug. 23, at the Union County
Extension Office at 6:30 p.m.


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for your confidence in A-" '
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Missionary Baptist will be
celebrating choir and usher.
day on Sunday, Aug. 26, at 11
a.m. The theme is Sing praises--.
unto the lord/I would rather..
be a doorkeeper in the house*,
of the loud. Contact Deacon
Carlos Williams at 386-496-
2818 for more information.
Historical
Society meets
The Union County)
Historical Society will hold
their regular monthly meeting '
at the Historical museum onil
Monday, Aug. 27, at 7 p.m.
All are invited to attend. The-
museum is located at 410 W
Main Street in Lake Butler.
The museum will be closed
for Labor Day activities on
Monday, Sept. 3.

Lake Butler
Youth Center
fundraising
event set
The Lake Butler Youth
Center will be hosting a
fundraiser on Sprinkle Field
in Lake Butler on Saturday,:'
Sept. 1, from 9 a.m. to 2
p.m. to raise funds for their
tax exemption. There wilL.
be horseback riding, jump-
houses, Smokey the Bear and
more. For-more information.
contact Ann Henderson at'
386-496-1 147.






4A UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, AUG. 23, 2012


New teachers join three Union County schools


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor

The Lake Butler Rotary
welcomed in the new teachers
for the Union County
Elementary, Middle and High
schools this past Tuesday. Some
existing teachers were also
being recognized who began
teaching during the middle of
last year or are teaching in a
different subject area this year.
Each teacher received a gift bag
of goodies, a plaque and were
Recognized by the principals of
each school.
'LBES Principal Stacey
Rimes and Assistant Principal
Christie Perez introduced
new staff to include: Carissa
Emery, Govinda Popoff,
Kristen Adams, Susan Thomas
Cabral, Hannah Pruitt, April
Tomlinson, Renee Cassels,
Nicole McManus and Tammy
Black.
Emery is from Lake Butler.
She graduated from UF this
past December and will be
teaching Kindergarten. This is
her first year teaching. Emery
has a passion to be a positive
influence on students. "My
goals are for my students
to succeed and to provide a
foundation of educational
excellence for all."
Popoff is from Gainesville.
She graduated from UF and
is continuing her education
to receive her masters in
-elementary education with
specialization in literacy
education to be completed
in December. Popoff began
teaching Kindergarten at LBES
last February during the 4"'h 9
weeks. Her goal is to become a
part of the community through
a successful school .ear.
Adams is from Lake Butler.
She has a Masters in speech/
language pathology and will
be working with children
grades K-4. Adams has a love
for children with special needs
and her goal is to work well
as a team to help the children
succeed.
Cabral has been in Lake
Butler for the last 8 years. She
has an educational background
in Psychology and will be
teaching Pre-K. She became
a teacher because she loves
kids and loves to be in their
environment. "I want kids to
. love learning and enjoy their
childhood," she said.
Pruitt moved to Lake Butler
from Jacksonville. She studied
in elementary education and
will be teaching the first grade.
Pruitt has wanted to be a
teacher since she was a child.
"I hope'to have a very exciting
year and want all the students
to feel welcomed," she said.
Tomlinson is from Lake
Butler. She has a Bachelors
in elementary education and
will be teaching the first
grade. Tomlinson will also
be coaching cheerleading at
LBMS this year where she
completed her final internship.
Her goal is to have a classroom
that engages the students to


reach their full potential. "I've
always wanted to be a teacher
and I believe that it is a calling
from God," she said.
Cassels is Trom Starke.
She has 17 years of teaching
experience and will be teaching
the first grade. Her goal is to
help every child succeed.
McManus is from
Gainesville. She has a
bachelors in education and wNill
be teaching the first grade. She
has worked with LBES before
during her internship and as
a long-term substitute. She
hopes to make a difference in
each child's life and to help
her students grow during the
challenging new school year.
Black is from Lake Butler.
She interned in the second


Elementary school:


grade last year where she
became the full time teacher.
She will continue to teach
second grade this year. She
became a teacher because she
wanted to make a difference
in children's lives. "I want to
be a part of the "light bulb"


moment. I
to seeing
personally
she said.
LBMS
Graybeal
Principal
welcomed


am .looking-forward
my students grow
and academically,"

Principal Jerry
and Assistant
Carolyn Parrish
teachers to include:


Tom Riherd, William A.
Stroud, Elizabeth Gay, Chrissie
Griffis and Meagan Daniel. ,


High school: Kris Bracewell, Terri Brown, Christopher Coffey, Heather Griffis, Hollie Johnson, Amy Imler, Kenneth M.
North and Stacey Worrell.


Kristen Adams, Tammy Black, Susan Thomas Cabral, Renee Cassels, Carissa Emery, Nicole McManus, Govinda Popoff,
Hannah Pruitt and April Tomlinson


become more than they ever
dreamed. "No regrets, Go hard
or Go home, meaning to do all
I can to increase self esteem,
knowledge and understanding
'in math so students enjoy and
Love math," he said.
S Gay is from High Springs
and will be teaching world
history in the 61h grade. She.
began teaching at LBMS at
.the end of the last school year.
SShe has a love for children
S and said that her morn \worked
as a teacher and that she


always loved helping her. "I
hope to interest my students
in ancient cultures and keep
them motivated throughout the
school year," she said.
Griffis is from Lake Butler
and will be teaching 6-81h grade
social studies. "Education has
always been an important part
of my life. I want to be able to
have a positive influence on
children and hope to motivate

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His goals are to bring history to
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TEACHERS UCHS baseball team gets championship rings
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and inspire all of my students
.to want to learn and to know
that they are all capable of
learning.' she said.
D)aniel is from Mayo and
was a 1" grade teacher in Lake
Cit\. She will be teaching 5'1
grade reading, language arts
and social studies this year.
She became a teacher because
of her love for children and
education. "'I hope to enrich
my students reading skills,"
she said.
UCHS Principal Mike
Ripplinger introduced his
new and continuing teachers/
staff as: Terri Brown, Kris
Bracewell, Christopher Coffey,
Heather Griffis, Kenneth M.
North, Amie Imler, Hollie
Johnson and Stacey Worrell.
Brown is from Lake Butler
and will be teaching reading
and english for grades 91h
through I 11'. She completed
her internship at LBMS in and
8'h grade classroom. I have
always possessed a passion for
the written word and cannot.
wait to share this love with
others. It is my hope to help
my students become more
confident readers and give them
the tools that are necessary
to be successful, both in high
school and beyond," she said.
Bracewell is from Lake
Butler and will be teaching
math and science. He became
a teacher because of his desire
to help students grow in both
knowledge and as a young
adult. His goals are to create a
positive environment that will
challenge students and to see
them mature.
Coffey is from Sebastian and
will.be teaching Algebra 2 and
Math for college rVadiness for
11 h and 12th grade. He taught at
UCHS during the last 11 weeks
of the previous school year and
hopes to continue the success
and to have a great year. "I
enjoy math and watching the
students learn and do things
they didn't think they could
do," he said.
SGriffis is from Lake Butler
and will be teaching intensive
reading for the 9"h and 101h
grade. She worked as a teachers
aid for 6 years at LBES and
also interned there. She wanted
to be in charge of her own
classroom and loves the "light
bulb" moment when children
figure something out. Her
goals are to have her students
show growth and to be a great
role model and team player.
North is from Green Cove
Springs and has a varied
military background and
educational background to
include 3 years at the military
academy at Camp Blanding.
He will be teaching JROTC
this year. He wants to invest
in today's youth for tomorrow
and said that he will continue
to build on the foundation that
MSG Gene Black established
over his 14- year career.
Imler is from Alachua and
began teaching at UCHS during
the -last school year. She will
continue to teach agriculture
foundations, animal sciences
and services and direct studies
for all high school grades. Imler
plans to uphold the traditions


Team members (L-r) Chris Starling, Colby Cothren, Dustin Hersey, Kyle Shealy, Chance Bailey, Cole Kite, Dalton Townsend, Colten McAlister, Troy
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Despite the rain, construction on Morning Star Baptist
Church is progressing. The 30-member congregation
broke ground on the 2,400 square-foot building in July.
This phase of the building should be finished this week.


and reputation of success
within the Ag department, FFA
chapter and UCHS community.
"I have a desire to teach kids
all of the backgrounds not just
how food is produced but why
it is produced in such a form
that they can become informed
consumers about agriculture
and animal science to build up
program numbers," said Imler.
Johnson is" from Lake Butler
and will be teaching science
and reading in 9'h through 12"
grades. She has a passion for
education, a desire to help
others and hopes to establish
rapport with faculty and
students.
Worrell is from Lake Butler
and has taught at UCHS
before. After 3 years at Fort
White High School she


will return to UCHS as the
guidance counselor for 9"' and
10th grades. "I want to educate
the students on academic and
educational planning for their
future," she said.
The rotary welcomed all of
the new teachers and thanked
them for attending. The rotary
also thanked Tommy Spires
for the apples each teacher
was given, and Sheriff Jerry
Whitehead, CSB, TD Bank, the
Union County Public Library
and Russ Wade for the items
donated for the new teachers
bags.


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SClerk of Court


LEGALS




IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE EIGHTH.
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE #: 2010-CA-000137
DIVISION: W
Nationwide Advantage Mortgage
Company,
Plaintiff,
vs.
Brian Keith Jones a/k/a Brian K.
Jones a/k/a Brian Jones and
Kimberly Ann Pace f/k/a Kimberly
P. Jones f/k/a Kimberly Norris;
Mortgage Electronic Registration
Systems, Inc., as Nominee for the
Cit Group/Consumer Finance, Inc.;
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order of Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dated
August 8, 2012, entered in Civil
Case No. 2010-CA-000137 of the
Circuit Court of the 8"1 Judicial
Circuit in and for Union County,
Florida wherein Nationwide
Advantage Mortgage Company,
Plaintiff and Brian Keith Jones,
a/k/a Brian K. Jones a/k/a Brian
Jones and Kimberly Ann Pace f/k/a
Kimberly P. Jones f/k/a Kimberly
Norris are defendantss, I will sell to
the highest and best bidder for
cash AT THE FRONT STEPS OF
THE UNION COUNTY
COURTHOUSE, LOCATED AT
103 UNION COUNTY
COURTHOUSE, LAKE BUTLER,
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA AT
11:00 A.M. on September 27,
2012, the following described
property as set forth in said Final
Judgment, to-wit:
LOT 5, HICKORY CREEK FARMS,
ACCORDING TO THE MAP OF
PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGES .1 AND
11A, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH THAT
CERTAIN YEAR: 2001, MAKE;.
MERIT, VIN#
FLHML2B155724747A AND VIN#
FLHML2B155724747B,
MANUFACTURED HOME, WHICH
IS PERMANENTLY AFFIXED TO
THE ABOVE DESCRIBED LANDS.
AS SUCH IT IS DEEMED TO BE A


FIXTURE AND A PART OF THE
REAL ESTATE.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS
FROM THE SALE, IF ANY,
OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY
OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF
THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A
CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER
THE SALE.
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this
proceeding, you are entitled, at no
cost to you, to the provision of
certain assistance. Please contact
the ADA Coordinator; 201 East
University Avenue, Room 410,
Gainesville, Florida 32601 (352)
491-4490 at least 7 days before
your scheduled court appearance,
or immediately upon receiving this
notification of the time before the
scheduled appearance is less than
7 days. If you are hearing or voice
impaired, all 711.
REGINA'PARRISH
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Union County, Florida
By: Julia Croft
Deputy Clerk of Court
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
SHAPIRO, FISHMAN & GACHE
630 Woodland Corporate Blvd.
Suite 100
Tampa, FL 33614
8/23 2tchg 8/30-UCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 12000085CA
JPMORGAN CHASE BANK,
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
Plaintiff,
vs.
CLINTON W. THOMAS, ET AL
Defendants
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: CLINTON W. THOMAS
22454 NE 119TH DR
RAIFORD, FL32083
AMY D. THOMAS
22454 NE 119TH DR '
RAIFORD, FL 32083
AND TO: All persons claiming an
interest by, through, under or
against the aforesaid Defendant(s).
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the following
described property located in Union
County, Florida:
A parcel of land lying in the N 1/ of
NW 1/ of the SW of Section 19,
Township 5 South, Range 2.1 East,
Union County, Florida; said parcel
being more particularly described


as follows:
Commence at the NW corner of the
N 1/2 of the NW 1/4 of the SW 1 of
said Section 19 and run South
0010'07" West, as a basis of
bearings, along the West line of the
N 1/2 of the NW 1 of the SW YA, for
a distance of 60.17 feet to the
Southerly R/WAN line of George
Anderson Road; thence run North
8549'39" East, parallel with the
North line of said N / of NW 'A of
SW '/4 and along said Southerly
RAN/W line, for a distance of 866.03
feet to the Point of Beginning. From
the Point of Beginning thus
described continue North 85'49'39"
East, along last said R/W line, for a
distance of 130.06'feet; thence run
South 0011 '39" West, parallel with
the East line of the N V of the NW
% of the SW A, for a distance of
335.90 feet; thence run South
85049'39" West, parallel with said
North line of N 2 of NW % of SW
4, for a distance of 130.06 feet;
thence run North 00011'39" East,
parallel with said East line of N 1/2
of NW /4 of SW 1/4, for a distance of
335.90 feet to a Point of Beginning.
Together with that Certain 1997
Shad Doublewide Mobile' Home
with Vin #'s FLA,14611759A&B.
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a' copy of
your written defenses, if any, to this
action, on Greenspoon Marder,
P.A., Default Department,
Attorneys for Plaintiff, whose
address is Trade Centre South,
Suite 700, 100 West Cypress
Creek Road, Fort Lauderdale, FL
33309, and file the original with the
Clerk within 30 days after the first
publication of this notice, in the
UNION COUNTY TIMES on or
before September 24, 2012;
otherwise a default and a judgment
may be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the Complaint.
WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL
OF SAID COURT on this 17" day
of August, 2012.
As Clerk of said Court
By: Crystal Norman
As Deputy Clerk
In accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act, persons
needing a reasonable
accommodation to participate in
this proceeding should no later
than seven (7) days prior, contact
the Clerk of the Court's disability
coordinator at 55 WEST MAIN
STREET, LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054. If hearing or voice impaired,
contact TDD (800) 955-8771 via
Florida Relay System.
8/23 2tchg 8/30-UCT


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Resist the Devil
When we consider the devil and the many temptations we face
we often feel helpless. Yet the Bible reminds us to, "Submit to
God. Resist the devil and he will flee from you" (James 4:7).
Believe it or not the devil does not like resistance. The question
is how do we go about resisting him? A great example of
resisting the devil is seen in the life of Jesus. When Jesus was
tempted he constantly replied by saying "it is written" (Luke 4:4,
8, 12). Scripture and the truths it contains are great sources of
help in times of temptation. As a result of Jesus resisting the
devil the Bible says, "Now when the devil had., ended every
temptation, he departed from Him until an opportune time"
(Luke 4:13). The devil fled when Jesus resisted. We must
always be ready to resist the devil because he will return at an
opportune time.
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8704 SW SR 121, Lake Butler, FL
Phone: 386-496-3880
E-mail: danvilleflchurchofchrist@yahoo.com

Bible Study at 9:00 AM on Sun and 7:30 PM on Wed
Worship at 10:00 AM and 5:00 PM on Sun.


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UNION COUNTY TIMLS THURSDAY, AUG. 23, 2012


Woman's club celebrates 100 years


I lie Lake Butler Woman's
('lIub is celebrating 100 ears of
scre ice to L.ake Butler and Union
('OLlntV this year. The IJnion
(ountlllt) IAbrary has allowed the
club to place a memory table
inside the library.
You can visit the display
[able in the library, and take a
mlloment to share your memories, i'
c\pcriences and stories of the "
I.akc Butler Woman's CuibTeen
I (x\ n or other events sponsored
b', the (GFWC Lake Butler
Woman's Club.
The Club began in October
1912, as the Civic League and
became part of the General
Federation of Woman's Clubs
in 1914. The wife of, Mr. S. A.
Draper, who was the principal of
Lake Butler Normal School, and
other ladies in the community
saw a need for a club to perform
certain fundraising, service, and


Drive sober or
get pulled over

The Florida Highway Patrol
will participate in the national
drive sober or get pulled
over campaign began earlier
this month and will continue
through Sept. 3.
The Patrol has joined
thousands of other law
enforcement and highway
safety agencies across the
nation to remove impaired
drivers from Florida's
roadways in an effort to save
lives. "Impaired driving is
one of America's most often
committed and deadliest
crimes," said FHP Director
Col. David Brierton. "In an
effort to get drunk and drugged
drivers off the roads, FHP
troopers will aggressively
look for impaired drivers
during the crackdown." FHP
offers tips to help you and
your family arrive at your
destination safely:
Observe and obey all
speed limits.
Drive sober, and only
sober.
Have a designated driver.
Buckle tip.
The campaign coincides
with the Labor Day holiday
weekend, which begins
Aug. 31 through Sept. 3. All
uniformed FHP personnel,
including those normally
assigned to administrative
duties, will patrol interstates
and other major state roads
during the four-day holiday
period. FHP Auxiliary
troopers will also volunteer
to augment the patrol during
the holiday travel period. The
patrol aims to increase its
presence throughout Florida
in an effort to deter traffic
violations and to enhance
services to motorists who
break down while traveling
or who need other assistance.
Please remember to dial *FHP
(*347) from your cell phone
to contact FHP to report
an aggressive or impaired
driver or to request roadside
assistance.
Drive SoberorGet Pulled Over
is a deterrence program with
Sthe National Highway Traffic
Safety Administration that
focuses on combining high-
visibility enforcement with
heightened public awareness.


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social activities.
The name was'changed to the
GFWC Lake Butler Woman's
Club after becoming a part of the
federation. T'he Woman's Club
has been in continuous service
now for 100 years.
Saturday, Sept. 8, from 11


For more information on the
campaign, visit www.nhtsa.
gov/drivesober
The Florida Department of
Highway Safety and Motor
Vehicles provides highway
safety and security through
excellence in service,
education and enforcement.
The Department is leading the
way to a safer Florida through
the efficient and professional
execution of its core mission:
the issuance of driver licenses,
vehicle tags and titles and
operation of the Florida
Highway Patrol. To learn
more about DHSMV and the
services offered, visit http://
www.flhsmv.gov or follow on
Twitter @FDHSMV or find
us on Facebook.
Two weeks
remain to
register
for FEMA
assistance

Tropical Storm Debby
survivors 'have two weeks
remaining to register for
federal disaster assistance.
Applications must be
received by Tuesday, Sept. 4,
to be considered for disaster
assistance from the Federal
Emergency Management
Agency and the U.S.'Small
Business Administration.
All survivors who had
storm-related damage to
their home, vehicle, personal
property, business or its
inventory between June 23
and July 26 should register for
assistance.

Federal disaster assistance
helps eligible applicants
with temporary 1 housing,
uninsured personal property
losses and medical, dental and
funeral expenses caused by
the disaster, along with other
disaster-related expenses and
serious needs.
Anyone who has not
registered with FEMA for
disaster aid, has questions
about their application or
needs more information about
recovery programs should
call FEMA's toll-free helpline
at 800-621-FEMA (3362).
People who are deaf or hard
of hearing can call (TTY)
800-462-7585. Lines are


a.m. to 1 p.m. the clu
be hosting their cent
anniversary celebration
the historic clubhouse.
clubhouse is located at.2:
1st Avenue in ILake Butli
are welcome to come ai
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SOCIALS

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NEWS FROM BRADFORD C, U N C T AD TE L EDITORIALS
NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION


Serving up breakfast to Bradford County school employees are Bradford County
Education Foundation members (1-r) Sylvia Tatum, Eugenia Whitehead, Cheryl
Canova and Dimple Overstreet.


BCEF says, 'Welcome

back,' awards mini-grants


The Bradford County
Education Foundation gave
Bradford County school
employees a welcome back with
its annual breakfast, which was
held Aug. 15
Besides enjoying meals
provided by Western Steer
Family Steakhouse, school
employees received insulated
cups from the Bradford County
Education Foundation.
A kickoff meeting following
the breakfast featured the
awarding of the foundation's
first round of annual mini-grants.
Dimple Overstreet, the new
BCEF president, and Eugenia
Whitehead, the mini-grant chair,
presented 10 mini-grants totaling


$9,750. (Grants are matched by
the Education Consortium.)
Mini-grants fund classroom
projects devised by teachers to
supplement classroom teaching.
Teachers apply for mini-
grants by submitting project
proposals. Applicants' names
and the schools they work at
are not revealed to foundation
members who review and select
applications.
The first-round of mini-
grants were awarded to: Debbie
Parmenter, $1,000, Bradford
Middle School Mastering the
Middle Years program; Patti
Kurtz, $1,000, BMS reading
program for low-performing
students; Sabrina Harden,


$1,000, Investigating and
Questioning our World through
Science and Technology program
at BMS; Karen Bowen, $1,000,
algebra and math activities
at BMS; Carol Starr, $775,
celestial navigation program
at BMS; John Tinsler, $1,000,
district science fairs; Linda
Rudoi, $1,000, GED program;
Teresa Jackson, $1,000, Health
OccupationsStudentsofAmerica
activities and materials at the
Bradford-Union Area Career
Technical Center; Lynn Woods,
$1,000, reading, fluency, math
and science activities for Starke
Elementary fourth-graders: and
See BCEF, 8B


Bike Fest returns Friday


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
If classic Southern rock songs,
the music of AC/DC, Porta Potty
pulls and motorcycles-lots of
motorcycles-are 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

See FEST, 6B


Thunder Music Park to host bike
event this weekend as well


BY DAN HILDEBRAN
StarkeJournal.coin Editor
This year's Starke Bike Fest
will have an accompanying
event on the same weekend, sev-
en miles south of Call Street.
Michael Monaghan, owner of
Lightning Pawn is hosting a bike
event at his Thunder Music Park
south of Hampton.


Monaghan said he first thought
of supplementing the downtown
Starke affair shortly after the
Strawberry Festival.
The Thunder Music event will
feature Gainesville Harley Da-
vidson; the bands Big Engine,
Southern Rock Special, Rosco
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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
If Michael Calderin and
Jimmie Clark hit the big time,
they can say their road to
Nashville started at Clark Hill.
Clark Hill is, in fact, the
name brothers-in-law Calderin
and Clark have chosen to call
themselves-a reference to the
20 acres or so of land off of
Griffis Loop in Starke where
they and their families live.
The duo, though, are in no
rush to put Clark Hill on the
national map. They have been
to Nashville twice, participating
in songwriter showcases and
talking to people in the industry.
What they learned from those
trips is that their first step is
to establish a solid fan base at
home.
"It's just a grassroots push,"
said Calderin, who's married to
Clark's sister, Tisha. "Some of
the advice we received there was
that Nashville is a very big pond.
You want to make sure you have
your stuff together when you get
there."
Clark said the response to Clark
Hill's songs and performances in
Nashville was positive. He and
Calderin were told by one music
executive they could find labels
that would sign them right now.
The music executive gave Clark
and Calderin some questions to
ponder. "Who's going to buy
your albums? Who's going to
watch you? Who's going to
listen to you?"
The point was that it would
be better for Clark Hill to have
a large, established fan base
before thinking about signing to
a label.
."It was more just \Ihat
direction we needed to go to
continue to grow," Clark said of
the trips to Nashville. "We did
find out there's some.interest (in
us) as far as talent goes. Now,
it's to the point where we have
to grow our local fan base."
Still, it's been a bit of a quick


Jimmie Clark (left) and Michael Calderin are
collectively known as Clark Hill. Photo courtesy of
Matt Whytsell Photography, a supporter Clark and
Calderin wanted to give special thanks to.


rise for the group, which features
one member who's been playing
professionally for a number of
years now and another member
who had put music behind him
for a while before rediscovering
just how much he loved it.
Calderin began playing the
guitar at the age of 18 in the
summer of 1996. It was a bit of
a late start considering most pick
up the instrument at a younger
age.
"I really pushed myself,"
Calderin said. "I remember
sitting up until 3 or 4 in the
morning, playing seven, eight
hours a day and just practicing
and practicing."
Calderin has played in
different bands since then in
such cities as Jacksonville and
Gainesville. He played in cover
bands mostly, but said he wanted
to be involved in something a


little more original.
While Calderin was immersed
in his love of music, it took aback
seat in Clark's life. Clark, who is
the son of Bo and Jo Clark, grew
up in a musical family and fell
in love with music in church. He
admitted he wasn't a master of
any instrument in particular, but
he could pick up anything and
play it.
There was one thing Clark
loved just as much-if not
more-and that was football.
Both endeavors require a lot of
dedication, and as a teenager, it
was football he wanted to devote
his time to. However, Clark said
he was talked into joining the
Bradford High School chorus
program by former director Don
Hardy, who kept hearing how

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Mr. and Mrs. Rob Copenhaver


Heine, Copenhaver are wed


Jessica Heine and Rob
Copenhaver were wed on May
26,2012, at Clearwater Beach.
Heine is the daughter of David
Hess and Janet Heine of St.
Petersburg, and is a graduate of
the University of South Florida.
Copenhaver is the son.of Mary
Kaye Tabler and the late Charles
Copenhaver Jr. He is a graduate
of Clearwater Christian College.
The ceremony was performed
by Ron Beck. The brides
attendants were: maid of honor,
Brooke Sussman; bridesmaids,
Christina Hess, Heather Lockhart


and Octavia Copenhaver; and
flower girl,Aunnika.
The grooms attendants were:
best man, Chris Cope; and
groomsmen, Brandon Hayes,
Paul Conrad, Aaron Hanbury
and Josh Carter.
A reception 'was held at
Clearwater Beach. The wedding
cake was a three-tier ivory cake
with a blue ribbon and coral
orchids. The groom's cake had
a James Bond 007 theme. The
couple honeymooned in the
Bahamas.


Miriam and Chris Andersen


Andersens celebrate 60th


Cris and Miriar Andersen
will celebrate their 60th wedding
anniversary on Thursday, Aug.
30,2012.
The Andersens have been
residents of Bradford County for
more than 29 years. Cris retired
from Clay Electric in 1999. Prior
to moving to Starke, he worked
for the Jacksonville Electric
Authority.
The Andersens are active in


the First Christian Church in
Jacksonville where they were
married. They have two children:
a son, Mark of Jacksonville;
and a daughter, Kathryn (Joe)
Averritt of Orange Park. They
also have nine grandchildren and
four great-grandchildren.
Their children held a surprise
reception and dinner in their
honor at the C.P.O. Club at
Mayport N.A.S. recently.


Colton Frazee and Brooke
Norman

Norman,
Frazee to wed
in October
Jeffery and Sharon Norman
of Lawtey announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Brooke,
to Colton Frazee, son of Randy
Frazee and the late Gina Frazee.
Brooke and Colton were en-
gaged in November of 201 1, and
are planning a wedding for Octo-
ber of 2012.

Bridal shower
given for
McCarty

%Miss Elizabeth Anne (Beth)
McCarty, fiancd of John Ryan
Tillman, was honored with a
miscellaneous bridal shower
at the home of Noele Miller on
Sunday, Aug. 19. Guests were
invited to the party rooms where
they were served Coca Cola from
a punch bowl filled with cracked
ice.
The refreshment table was
centered with a three-tiered round
cupcake stand holding decorated
cupcakes and surrounded by
finger foods.
Beth's colors of plum and sage
green were used in the party
decorations. Guests presented
Beth with cards containing
"sage" advice for a successful
marriage which were displayed
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Out-of-town guests were:
Beth's mother, Loretta Zelik of
O)rlandlo: her grandmother, Ruth
Mallet of St. Augustine; and her
cousin, Leslie Cox of Atlanta,
6a.
Hostesses, along with Noele,
wVere: great-aunIts of John Ryan,
Mary Agnes Goldwire of Starke
and Betsy Meng of Keystone
Heights: and cousins of' John
Ryan, Julie Anne Demers of
Gainesville and Aimee Jennings,
Chera Ferguson and Katrina
Ferguson, all of Starke. Assisting
in greeting and serving guests
were: John Ryan's sisters,
Megan and Jenny Starnes; and
his cousin, Maddie Miller, all of
Starke. The hostesses presented
Beth with a 5-piece place setting
to her chosen china.
Beth and John Ryan .will be
married on Saturday, Sept. 15
at 3 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church of Starke.
A reception will follow at the
('harley E. Johns Conference
Center in Starke. All friends and
relatives are invited to attend.

Kelly family
reunion set
The late Frazier Kelly Sr.
and Ethel Reynold Kelly will
be celebrating their 261h family
reunion on Saturday, Sept. 1, and
on Sunday, Sept. 2 at 11 a.m. at
Pleasant Grove United Methodist
Church during regular services.
You are invited to worship with
us.


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The Children's Miracle
Network/Shands Hospital for
Children Radiothon for Kids,
which Bradford County resident
and Keystone Heights High
School junior Jenna Dugger is
raising money for, will take place
Tuesday, Sept. 18.
Last week's issue had the right
date, but wrong day of the week.

UCI golf
tourney is
Sept. 21

The second annual Union
Correctional Institution 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
off at 1:30 p.m. The first flight
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Bradford
Sports Alliance
registering
for fall
Parents can register children
for the Bradford SportsAlliance's
fall season (Sept. 29-Nov. 17)
of T-ball, baseball and softball
5-7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Aug.
23, and 8-10 a.m. on Saturday,
Aug. 25, at the Edwards Road
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Registration will also take
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Aug. 30, 8-10 a.m. on Saturday,.
Sept. 1, and 5:30-7:30 p.m.'
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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:
Marion Jermaine Asbell, 31,
of Green Cove Springs was ar-
rested Aug. 30 by Bradford
deputies for a probation viola-
tion. He remained in jail at press
Time.
Jason Barr, 31, of Starke was
arrested Aug. 16 by Clay depu-
ties for grand theft.
Wallace Edward Black, 37, of
Starke was arrested Aug. 18 by
Bradford deputies for DUI. He
was released Aug. 18.
Kyle Justin Brown, 23, of
Lawtey was arrested Aug. 14 by
Bradford deputies for resisting
an officer. Bond was set at $500
and he was released Aug. 15.
Latonya Nathalee Brown, 36,
of Starke was arrested Aug. 18
by Starke police for a probation
violation. She remained in jail at
press time.
Racheal Vittoria Brown, 25,
of Starke was arrested Aug. 18
by Starke police for larceny,
burglary and dealing in sto-
len property. Bond was set at
$10,000 and she remained in jail
at press time.
iDameion Daquen Butler, 35,
of Starke was arrested Aug. 14
by Starke police for driving with
a suspended, revoked or expired
license. Bond was set at $1,710
anid he was released Aug. 15.
.Toby Cannady, 29, of Hamp-
tdn was arrested Aug. 17 by
Clay deputies for driving with a
suspended, revoked or expired
license.
Michael Chaffin, 33, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested Aug.
16 by Clay deputies for simple
b.attery.
-Joe Luis Cirerol,-27, of Law-
tey was arrested .Aug..,,.15 by
Bradford deputies for a proba-
tion violation.
Brandon Gene, Cox, 32, of
Hampton was arrested Aug. 16
by-Bradford deputies for driving
with a suspended, revoked or
expired license. Bond was set at
$500 and he was released Aug.
17:
Valarie Cox, 32, of Starke was
arrested Aug. 15 by Clay depu-
ties for failure to appear.
Timothy James Crawford,
25, of Lake Butler was arrested
Aug. 14 by Union deputies for
failure to appear.
Nickie Joseph Damato, 32, of
Lake Butler was arrested Aug.
14;by Union deputies for bat-
ter.
Keyon Kwak-U Davis, 37, of
Lawtey was arrested Aug. 14 by
Bradford deputies for failure to
appear and resisting an officer.
Bond was set at $5,000 and he
remained in jail at press time.
Tony E. Dove, 47, of Max-
.ville was arrested Aug. 20 by
Bradofrd deputies for failure to
appear. Bond was set at $4,000
anal he remained in jail at press
tittme.
David Carl Gatlin, 34, of
Starke was arrested Aug. 19 by
Starke police for larceny and
dealing in stolen property. He


remained in jail at press time.
Joe Gray III, 59, was arrested
Aug. 14 by Union deputies for
driving with a suspended, re-
voked or expired license.
Kevin Green, 27, of Keystone
Heights was arrested Aug. 19 by
Clay deputies for trespassing on
school grounds.
Jacob Earl Griffin, 21, of Mid-
dleburg was arrested Aug. 16
by Bradford deputies for DUI.
Bond was set at $ 1.000 and he
was released Aug. 16.
Rabinonn Hankerson, 33, of
of Starke was arrested Aug. 16
by Clay deputies for a probation
violation.
Henry Jackson III,24, of Lake
Butler was arrested Aug. 18 by
Union deputies for a probation
violation and robbery.
Robert Jackson, 29, of Lawtey
was arrested Aug. 18 by Brad-
ford deputies for trespassing. He
remained in jail at press time.
Earl Johnson, 19, of Lawtey
was arrested Aug. 17 by Brad-
ford deputies for aggravated
assault. Bond was set at $5,000
and he remained in jail at press
time.
Eric Jacob Jonas, 20, of Fort
White was arrested Aug. 18 by
Union deputies for robbery.
Charles David Jones, 36, of
Starke was arrested Aug. 15 by
Bradford deputies for a proba-
tion violation. He remained in
jail at press time.
Adrienne Leigh Knea Kelly,
28, of Starke was arrested Aug.
15 by Bradford deputies for a
probation violation. Bond was
set at $1,000 and she remained
in jail at press time.
Arlene M. Lancaster, 51, of
Starke was arrested Aug. 15 by
Bradford deputies for neglect of
an elderly person without great
harm.'Bond was set at $10,000
and she was released Aug. 16.
Ashley Nicole Matuse, 23, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Aug. 14 by Bradford deputies for
larceny. Bond was set at $5,000
and she was released Aug. 15.
Kevin Richard Meng, 54, of
Hampton was arrested Aug. 15
by Bradford deputies for posses-
sion of marijuana. Bond was set
at $5,000 and he remained in jail
at press time.


Lomalinda Brianna Morrison,
23, of Stake was arrested Aug.
14 buy Bradford deputies for
a probation violation. She re-
mained in jail at press time.
Kathy Jo Nelson, 38. of Starke
was arrested Aug. 20 by Brad-
ford deputies for simple assault
and resisting an officer. She was
released Aug. 21.
Kyle Alexander Nichols,
23. of Bradenton was arrested
Aug. 18 by Bradford deputies
for a probation violation. He re-
mained in jail at press time.
Kristin Michelle Noel, 29, of
Worthington Springs was ar-
rested Aug. 16 by Union depu-
ties for robbery and aggravated
battery.
SJosue Malaquias Orellana, 27,
of Worthington Springs was ar-
rested Aug. 16 by Union depu-
ties for robbery, and aggravated
battery.
Derrek Wayne Perkins, 33, of
Green Cove Springs was arrest-
ed Aug. 16 by Bradford deputies
forobstructing justice. Bond was
set at $170,000 and he remained
in jail at press time.
Willie James Perry, 28, of
Starke was arrested Aug. 14 by
Starke police for a probation
violation. He remained in jail at
press time.
Ronald Deflyn Randall, 23, of
Starke was arrested Aug. 17 by
Starke police for driving with a
suspended, revoked or expired
license. Bond was set at $500
and he was released Aug. 18.
Christopher Troy Rewis, 41.
of Glen St. Mary was arrested
Aug. 14 by Bradford deputies
for possession of cocaine. Bond
was set at $15,000 and he was
released Aug. 15.
William Charles Rhoden, 28,
of Starke was arrested Aug. 17
by Bradford deputies for driving
with a suspended, revoked or
expired license. Bond, was set at
$500 and he was released Aug.
17.
Thomas Daniel Roland, 54, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Aug. 17 by Bradford deputies
for driving with a suspended,
revoked or expired license and a
traffic offense. Bond was set at
$7,000 and he remained in jail at
press time.
Nicole Mary Rom, 25, of


Gainesville was arrested Aug.
15 by Bradford deputies for a
probation violation. Bond was
set at $ 1,000 and she was re-
leased Aug. 15.
Jeffery A. Share, 42, of Jack-
sonville was arrested Aug. 17
by Bradford deputies for with-
holding support. Bond was set
at $3,460 and he was released
Aug. 17.
Stephen E. Singh, 20, was ar-
rested Aug. 18 by Union depu-
ties for robbery.
Shakiyra Tiyondra Slocum,
19, of Lawtey was arrested Aug.
18 by Starke police for larceny
and fraud-impersonation. Bond
was set at $2,500 and she was
released Aug. 19.
Tyrail Jerod Slocurnm, 21, of
Gainesville was arrested Aug.
14 by Bradford deputies for re-
sisting and officer. Bond was
set at $500 and he was released
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Christopher Sumner, 29, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
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Jose Antonio Torres, 31, of
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Ernest Steven Varnes, 31, of
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Starke needs to elect a mayor


The residents of Starke need a
ma\or, elected by city residents
for a tfour- ear term.
In ordel- to consider a change
in the charter, we must first
understand the system as it
currently operates. Starke now
has a mayor's position with the
incumbent named by the five-
member council and drawn from
tlhe council membership. The
position carries no power beyond
sitting in the center chair and
maintaining decorum among the
council and visitors to council
meetings. While sitting in the
center chair, he or she determines
who speaks at any given time.
The mayor'is appointed to a one-
year term from among council
members, and all members get
to serve in rotation, regardless of
ability or grasp of the questions
that arise.


Now, sharing the mayor's
position each year sounds
like a democratic solution,
but residents currently have a
person in office for which they
have not voted and whom they
cannot hold responsible. Under
the present charter, council
members are elected by district,
and mayors are elected by the
council members, drawn from
their membership, for one-year
terms. As a matter of practicality,.
one year isn't long enough for a
mayor to develop a program and
oversee its implementation.
The Starke city council has
twice attempted to hire a city
manager to do a job essentially
reserved for elected mayors, but
one resigned and the other left
for a better paying opportunity,
and the council then named
a current employee "project


manager," turning over to him
the duties generally handled by a
person operating as mayor. The
project manager did h great job,
but he wasn't.elected, answering
only to the council.
Amayorfillingtheappointment
by the council is prone to support
the council in matters that come
before it, because he or she
will be mayor only a short time
and will soon revert to being a
council member, and needs the
support of other members. Good
government isn't being served.
Return democracy to the city
of Starke by electing a mayor.
The present systemrn of allowing
the council to elect a mayor isn't
democratic, nor does it serve
constituents.
By Buster Rahn
Telegraph editorialist


Crosby homecoming should


be no different from any other


Homecomings are joyous oc-
casions in .which loved ones
return home after an absence,
and the homecoming of Jimmy
Crosby, who will be released
from federal prison to begin a
new life, will be no exception.
It will be a happy time for
Crosby's family and friends, as
well as for the people of Brad-
ford County who are willing to
forgive the transgression and al-
low him to begin a new, career
and life. He has paid his dues,
and, in all fairness, he should be
given an opportunity to recover
his standing in the community
and earn his living.
Obviously, the Department
of Corrections will not offer re-
employment, but Crosby isn't
looking to the department for a
job. He has been preparing for
a higher calling-some type of
Christian endeavor-by taking
courses in Biblical subjects.
Many ministers have found
their calling while incarcerated,
so Crosby won't be breaking
new ground. The best-known
individual to do this was Chuck
Colson, a participant in the Wa-
tergate debacle who was sent to
prison for his part in the break-
in. During his seven-month
incarceration in an Alabama
institution, Colson underwent
a conversion that changed his
life. When released, he estab-
lished the Chuck Colson Center
for Christian World View, with
radio corimentary on more than
1,400 stations. Colson, who died
earlier this year, was awarded 15
doctorates and the Presidential
Citizens Medal in 2008 by Presi-
dent George W. Bush.
Prison offers time for self-
introspection and an opportu-
nity to meditate on what is really
important in life. Surprisingly,
sometimes the really important


editor@bctelegroph.com

Thanfiks for

successful

political rally

Dear Editor: /
I would like to publicly say


things in life are to be found in
new pursuits and not necessar-
ily in retaining old friends. One
reason for the extremely high
rate of recidivism is a propensity
for returning to the same friends
and the same haunts after being
released.
Crosby had about 30 years
of outstanding service with the
Department of Corrections, at-
taining the very pinnacle of
positions-secretary. He was
warden of five institutions and
named to the secretary position
by Gov. Jeb Bush because Bush
"liked the way Crosby handled
an incident at Florida State Pris-
on."
Why would,a person with a
30-year impeccable record get
caught up in a kickback scheme?
Crosby didn't really need the
money. He made an excellent
salary with excellent retirement
benefits.
The answer lies in the same
situation that has enveloped
others-usually young people,
and primarily athletes, who have
come into tremendous amounts
of money. A prime example is
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback
Michael Vick. He was surround-
ed by friends and hangers-on
who helped him spend his mon-
ey, catered to his every want and
wish, and led him to finance a
dog-fighting racket.
Vick, who was then a member
of the Atlanta Falcons, was ar-
rested and sentenced to prison.
However, there was a happy
ending-Vick returned; to the
NFL with a new team and new
friends.
Florida State Prison is a dif-
ferent animal from those Crosby
had worked in previously, with
higher, all-the-time tension,
danger and the threat of possible
injury or death. Gossip and ru-


thank you to everyone who
made our first-ever political
rally at Heilbronn Springs Fire
"Department a huge success.
This was due to a great turnout
of candidates, supporters and
community members.
I hesitate to individually thank
those who helped, as I would
hate to leave anyone out. To
everyone who helped cook the
great dinner, donated items,
helped set up, donated money
and contributed in any other way


mors are manufactured daily and
determining truth from fiction is
sometimes impossible. Some in-
mates are mentally impaired and
subject to fits of anger, creating
difficult situations for both in-
mates and employees.
Some correctional officers
can't handle assignment to
Florida State Prison and have
to transfer to other institutions.
The warden's position isn't ex-
empt from trying situations, and
serious consequences are some-
times a result. The overpow-
ering responsibility may have
been the reason Crosby dropped
his guard, allowing a hanger-on-
type of so-called friend to take
advantage of their relationship.
Understanding the 'cause of
the breakdown in procedures
- doesn't condone the action, but
the violation shouldn't destroy
the life of an individual, espe-
cially one who has attempted to
move beyond the present into a
life of service to others. While
incarcerated, Crosby spent his
time in study, taking courses
from Jacksonville Baptist Theo-
logical Seminary. He was award-
ed a master's degree in Serving
Time and Serving God and three
doctorate degrees in ministry,
theology and Bible.
Crosby's determination to
turn his life around by preparing
for a new field in which to labor
is commendable and deserves
the opportunity by friends and
neighbors who have known him
and his family for generations.
The Barry-Crosby clan has lived
in Bradford County for the past
three generations-possibly
longer-and has produced solid,
hard-working Christian people.
Welcome home, Jimmy.
By Buster Rahn
Telegraph editorialist


to make our event successful, we
appreciate you more than you'll
ever know.
Our plan is to continue to host
a political rally every election
since we received such great
feedback and many positive
comments about our event.
We look forward to seeing you
at our next rally.
Dylan Rodgers
Assistant Chief
Heilbronn Springs Fire
Department


Thank you to all the people of Bradford County who were so nice during my recent campaign
for Bradford County Tax Collector. It has been a great experience and allowed me the chance
to meet many new people and make many new friends. It was an honor to have so many of
you place your confidence in me by voting for me and supporting me in many different ways.

I want to thank all of my friends, family and supporters for the time and energy you invested
in our campaign. I will never forget your kindness and the many hours you put into the effort.

Special thanks to the 2,431 Bradford County citizens who cast your votes for me; it is the best
gift you could have ever given. And even though I fell a little short of winning, please know
that I put every last ounce of my heart and my strength into the race and I have no regrets.


THANK YOU AND.GOD BLESS YOU ALL.
.PoI. adv. pd. for and appr By Linda L*, 0Dem for Bradford County Tax Coltr


LUinda Lee


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Jimmie Clark (left) and Michael Calderin are shown performing at the Santa Fe
College Boots-N-BBQ at the Bradford County Fairgrounds in May. Photos by Cliff
Smelley.


DUO
Continued from 1B

talented a singer Clark was.
"I got begged for almost two
years to join chorus," said Clark,
who did so as a sophomore.
Marrying and starting a family
early pushed music aside. It was
time to work for a living, Clark
said. Music was reserved for
holidays and family gatherings.
"I went eight-almost nine-
years where the only time I
picked up a guitar was around
Christmas." Clark said.
Calderin, of course, had come
to know of Clark's musical
background and invited him to
play with a band he was in at
the time on Clark's birthday.
Calderin said Clark had a great
time, while also noticing that
things clicked between, the two
of them.
What'followed was the birth
of Clark-Hill, which was nothing
more than Calderin sending
Clark a text message one day..
"'It didn't have any lofty goals
at the very beginning," Calderin
said. "It was more along the lines
of, 'Let's both grab our acoustic
guitars, go out and play some
music and see if people like it.'"
Clark Hill has. received a
favorable response locally. In
fact, during a recent performance
at Mikie's Place in Keystone
Heights. it was the band's
original song "Compound" that
the audience wanted to hear
again.
Calderin wanted to be part
of a band that didn't rely on
covering Qther people's material,
and Clark has so far risen to the
occasion in providing original
material. Clark had never written
a song prior to teaming up with
Calderin.
That first song he wrote was
horrible in his opinion, Clark
said. However, when he played
it for Calderin, there was no
smart-alecky response he may
have expected, since the two
men pick on each other almost
as if they are blood brothers.
Calderin liked the 'song, and
more followed.
"He sat down and wrote three
to four songs in the first week,"
Calderin said. "They ended up
being good. He wrote three or
four more songs. Those were
better.
"We've just kind of gone from
there."'


Calderin said he puts his
stamp on the songs musically,
makes a suggestion on word
change or placement or inspire
Clark to maybe go in a direction
he hadn't thought of before.
"We inspire each other or push
each other to make something
that other people like," Calderin
said.
As for the music, Calderin
and Clark like to think they've
taken different styles and made
something that sounds unique.
Southern rock. is an influence
on both men, having grown up
listening to that type of music
and, of course, living in the
South.
Calderin brings his love of
blues music to the mix as well,
while Clark brings a love for
certain pop music as well as
gQspel music.
-.Plus, factor in the lyrics Clark
brought to the table, and the -
songs kind of lend themselves to
a contemporary country kind of
sound, Calderin said.
However you want to classify
it, people have responded, to it
and seem surprised that some of.
the songs they're hearing Clark
Hill perform are the ,band's
original compositions. In fact,
one such response, vill remain
with Clark forever. It Was,when
he and Calderin were in Nashville
performing at a songwriters'
showcase. A representative from
RED Distribution, a division
Of Sony, Music Entertainment,
enjoyed the Clark Hill song
"Lake Day" and asked if the
duo had another original song to
perform.
"To me, that was a pretty
special moment," Clark said.
The two trips to Nashville
provided the duo some positive
feedback, but more than
anything, the trips provided a
path to follow. Now, Clark Hill


is back home, ready to get ;heir'
name out and build a fan base. In
fact, the band will be a he.dline-
performer at next year's Brjdh ,rd
County Fair.
Building a fan base at home is
one step toward possibly bicer:
and better things, but it's also3
a way for Calderin and Claric;
to stay true to their roots. TheO
, want to maintain a relationship
with their community and--1'
matter what happens-nevOr'
forget where they came fro.'m
Clark said one of his pet peeves,
is seeing someone from a small
town make nt big, but then"
say they're from whatever the
largest city is closest- to their
hometown.
"(Calderin's) from Palatka'"
I'm from Starke," Clark said.
"We both live in Starke now. We
want to build around that." "'
,. Perhaps in time, more people.
Will learn of the real Clark Hi.ll:,
ifVou will-that section of land-
where the duo's families live'
It was christened as such by,
Clark's father. ,;.-
SCalderin said calling the band
Clark Hill was kind of a joke'
at first, with the duo meaning
to change the name when they
came up with something better.
In fact, Clark said he did not like
that nane at,first. ...
"An hour later, (Clark) comes
back and goes, 'That's not a bad
name.' It just kind of went frori
there," Calderin said. "We live
on Clark Hill. Let's call it that."

If you would like to knoV
more about the band, you may
visit its Facebook page at wwWvi
facebook.com/clarkhill band-'.
com. The band also has a web
site- wwvw.clarkhilllbane'.
com--which also contains a link
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Breanna Bray
Infant B3rcanna Arlene Bray,
3 months old, died suddenly on
SaturdaN Aug. 18. 2012.
She was born on April 21, 2012,
in Orange Park. She is sur\ ived by:
her parents, Jennifer Joyce Barnett
and Stewart Bray Jr., of Lawtey;
sisters, Candice Andrews, Savanna
Andrews, Trinity Rhoden, Desirea
Barnett, all of Lawtey, and Tristin
Bray of Middleburg: maternal
grandparents, Pamela (Michael)
Parker and Randy (Linda Griffis)
Barnett, all of Lawtey; paternal
grandparents, Stewart Bray Sr.
and Maria Bray of Middleburg;
maternal great-grandparents, James
and Gwen Parker; and caregivers,
J@sh and Casey Harden of Lawtey.
Graveside funeral services will be
held on Thursday,Aug. 23 at 10a.m.
in Sapp Cemetery with Bro. James
Parker officiating. Arrangements
are by Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home of Starke.


Lori Brown

Lori Brown
STARKE-Lori Ann Brown,
52, of Starke, died Friday, Aug. 17,
2012, at her residence following an
extended illness.
She was a lifelong resident of
Starke and was a member of the
Greater Freewill Baptist, Church
of 'Starke. She attended the local
schools of Bradford County and
was employed at Windsor Manor
Nursing Home as a certified nurse
aide.
Mrs. Brown is survived by: her
husband, Johnny B. Brown Jr.
of Starke; three sons, Johnny B.
Brown III, Timmothy Chandler Sr.
and Kemuel Brown, all of Starke;
a special niece (adopted daughter),
Lequila Brown of Starke; three
sisters, Elizabeth Covington, and
Sandra Dommon, both- of Starhle,
and Linda Stewart of Africa; two
brothers, Sylvester Risby and Harry
Risby of Starke; and a host of
grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at
1 p.m. on Saturday, August 25 in
the Truevine Outreach Ministries
of Starke with Minister Charlie
McCastle conducting 'the services.
Interment will be held in Peetsville
'Cemetery of Lawtey under the
direction of Haile Funeral Home
of Starke. Visitation will be held on
Friday, Aug. 24 at the Carl D. Haile
Memorial Chapel with family hour
from 3-4 p.m. and friends may visit
from 4-7 p.m., and one hour prior
to the service. The cortege will
form at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Johnny Brown Jr. at 12:30 p.m. on
Saturday.



In Loving Memory
of
TSGT Michael Shawn
: Soper
April 12, 1974-Aug. 25, 2007i'
"Golden Boy"
Today, I saw different
colors on the trees, green
passed to reds and
yellows, I sighed and the
Smemory of you gathered
around me. Leaves have
fallen from the trees, yet
the memory of you is still
gathered around me;', the
hues of your life are
alight in my mind's eye. I
see the green of youth,
red of passion, yellow of
bliss, and the Golden Boy.
I sighed as the shades of
your lifetime wash over
me. The colors gathered
around me, and the
memory of you blew
through me. I held my
breath and dared not sigh
again, for fear the wind
that blew would sweep
away the color from my
soul. I clutched at the
moments of your lifetime,
the memories gather
around me, in me,
through me. I let the
colors illuminate my
heart. Shine on Golden
Boy, and let the thoughts
of you gather round me.
By: Michelle Soper Lucas


Teresa Collins
LAKE BUTLER-Teresa Hart
Collins, 51, of Lake Butler, died
Monday, Aug. 20," 2012, at North
Florida Regional Medical Center
after a brief illness.
She was born in Jacksonville and
lived all of her life in Lake Butler.
She worked at the G.E. Plant at
Hague, and was a member of Trinity
Baptist Church. She was preceded
in death by: her father, Homer Hart;
and a son, Justin Eaves.
She is survived by: her daughter,
Staci Arvin of Lake Butler; a
stepson, Kevin Eaves of Starke; her
mother and father, Leroy and Shirley
Stalvey of Lake Butler; her brother,
Franklin (Michelle) Hart of Lake
Butler; sisters, Merrell Colchiski
and Deborah Hart, both of Ocala,-
and Shawn Gray of Wylie, Texas;
and three grandchildren.
A double funeral for mother and
son (Justin Eaves) will be held on
Friday, Aug. 24 at 11 a.m. at the
Church of God in Lake Butler with
the Rev. Andrew Stringer and the
Rev. Lemuel Lane officiating. Burial
will follow in Dekle Cemetery.
Family will receive friends at the
funeral home from 6-8 p.m. on
Thursday, Aug. 23.

Justin Eaves
LAKE BUTLER-Justin
Raymond Eaves, 26, of Lake Butler,
died on Sunday, Aug. 19, 2012, at
his home following a long illness.
He was in an auto accident ten years
ago, which left him handicapped.
He was born in Gainesville and
lived most of his life in Lake Butler.
He was a member of Trinity Baptist
Church. He was preceded in death
by: his father, Raymond Eaves.
Mr. Eaves is survived 'by: his
mother, Teresa Hart Collins,
who passed away the day after
his death; his former wife and
caregiver, Heather S. Nash; three
stepdaughters, Makayla Nash,
Briana Nash and Amanda Mallonee,
all of Lake Butler; his brother,
Kevin Eaves of Starke; his sister,
Staci Arvin of Lake Butler; and his
maternal grandparents, Leroy and
Shirley Stalvey of Lake Butler.
A double funeral for son and
mother (Teresa Collins) will be held
on Friday, Aug. 24 at 11 a.m. at the
Church of God in Lake Butler with
the Rev. Andrew Stringer and the
Rev. Lemuel Lane officiating. Burial
will follow in Dekle Cemetery.
Family will receive friends at the
funeral home from 6-8 p.m. on
Thursday,Aug.23. '





The family of James
"J.W." Beasley would
like to express our sincere
thanks and appreciation
for the many acts of
kindness and sympathy
that continue to be a
great comfort to us in our
time of sorrow.
The Beasley family


Ennis Lariscey
STARKE- Ennis "Country"
Lariscey, 36, of Starke, died on
Friday,Aug. 3,2012, in Gaincsville,
following an.extended illness.
He was preceded in death by: his
stepdad, Jerry Westberry; and the
mother of his son, Wanda Hart. iHe
is survived by: his morn and dad,
Jeanne Crosby of Starke and Ennis
Lariscey Sr. of Foley. Ala.; and two
children,Chance Lariscey and Kayla
Lariscey; three brothers. Rusty
(Melissa) Lariscey, Phillip (Angle)
Lariscey and William (Virginia)
Lariscey; his grandmother, Elizabeth
Wilson of Waldo; his grandfather,
Billy Tedder of St. Augustine.
Arrangements are under the
care of Moring Funeral Home of
Melrose.


Ida Mallory

Ida Mallory
STARKE-Ida Allene Mallory,
87, of Starke, passed away
on Monday, Aug. 20, 2012, at
Suwannee Valley Care Center in
Lake City after a short stay.
She was born in Raceland, Ky.
on Dec. 13, 1924, to the late Troy
Grizzell and Ida Bell Phillips-
Grizzell. She graduated from South
Charleston High School in South
Charleston, W.Va. in 1942. She
married Garland Mallory on Jan.
5, 1943, and spent most of her life
in West Virginia before moving
to Starke with Garland in 1973.
Garland died on Jan. 5, 1992, which
was their 49"' wedding anniversary.
Allene graduated from Marshall
University with a degree in nursing.
She worked in nursing in Ohio, West
Virginia and Florida and retired
as a registered nurse supervisor in
1991. During World War II, she
worked building airplanes in Akron,
Ohio, then later worked at a bottle
glass plant before going to nursing
school.
She was preceded in death by:
her husband, Garland Mallory; her
daughter, Cynthia Gayle Johnson;
a grandson, -Cory Frounfelter; a
great-granddaughter, Christina
Frounfelter; a sister, Betty Curry;
and brothers, Ray and Troy Grizzell,
Jr.
She leaves behind to cherish her
memory: her sons, Troy. Garland


(Dianna) Malloi"y, Harold "FIred"
(Sharon) MNallory and Mickey
Mallory; 13 grandchildren and 24
great-grandchildren.
FIuneral services will be held
on Saturday, Aug. 25, at 2 p.m. at
Archie Tanner Funeral Services.
Interment will follow at Crosby
Lake Cemetery. The family will
receive friends on Friday, Aug. 24
from 6-8 p.m. at the funeral home.
Arrangements are under the care
of Archie Tanner Funeral Services
of Starke. Visit www.archietanner
funeralservices.com to sign the
family's guest book.
PAID OBITUARY


Michael Mason
RAIFORD- Michael John
Mason, 60, of Raiford, died on
Wednesday, Aug. 15, after an
extended illness.
He was born in Chicago, 1Ill.
and had lived most of his life in
Mississippi. He moved to Raiford
12 years ago. He was the son of
the late Rufus and Alice Mason. He
worked at Gilnans for several years
and attended Fellowship Baptist
Church.
He is survived by: his wife,
Willier Mae Mason; stepdaughters,
Denisd Harrison of Jacksonville
and Tina Ricketson of Portsmouth,
Ohio; a sister, Nancy Mason of
Rockyi'ace,, Ga.; six grandchildren
and four great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
Aug. 18 at Archer Funeral Home in
Lake Butler. Archer Funeral Home
is in charge of arrangements.
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Gene Noegel
STARKE-Gene Waltermar
Noegel, 85, of Starke, died on
Friday, Aug. 17, 2012, at Haven
Hospice E.T. York Care Center in
Gainesville.\
He was born in 1926 to the late
William Noegel Sr. and Alecia
Schafer Noegel in Cedar Key. Mr.
Noegel ,was an active member of
St. Mark's Episcopal Church and
with the Food Pantry. He was also
a mason.
Mr. Noegel is survived by: his
wife of 17 years, Lucille Noegel;


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or U.S. mail to
P.O. Drawer A,
Starke, FL 32091.
Special arrangements
may be made by
-, contacting
Mary Johnson at
904-964-6305.


two daughters, Connie Jean Hannon
and Patricia (Samuel) Shipp; a son.
Lawrence Lamar (Darlene) Noegcl;
a stepdaughter, Linda (Michael)
Barley; a stepson, Bobby (Rhonda)
Carter; a brother, Roswell (Sandi)
Noegel: three sisters, Frances
Martin, Mary Burns Staff and
Shirley Conklin; 12 grandchildren,
and 13 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
Aug. 21 in the Dewitt C. Jones
Chapel with Father Dennis O'Neill
officiating. In lieu of flowers,
memorial donations may be made
in Mr. Gene's memory to St. Mark's
Episcopal Church or to the Food
Pantry, PO Box 487, Starke, FL
32091. Arrangements are under the
care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home of Starke.

Ola Sapp
STARKE-Ola Mae Sapp, 100,
lifelong resident of Starke, passed
away on Thursday, Aug. 16, 2012,
at E.T. York Hospice Care Center in
Gainesville.
She was born in Starke on Feb.
27, 1912, to the late Joel Alvarez


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a member of Northside Bhptist
Church and was known to have
a green thumb. Ola Mae loved to
watch things grow in her garden,
especially her flowers.
She was preceded in death by:
her husband of 40 years, Carl Sapp;
her son, Charles Edward Sapp; two
sisters and four brothers.
She leaves behind to cherish her
memory: her loving son, Johh B.
(Geri) SappofStarke;her sisterBetty
Sue Matthews; three grandchildren;
six great-grandchildren and five
great-great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
Aug. 18 at Morgan Road Baptist
Church with the Rev. Al Paulson
officiating. In lieu of flowers,
please make donations to the E.T.
York Care Center at 4200 N.W. 90"
Blvd., Gainesville, FL 32606 in
Mrs. Sapp's name. Arrangements
are under the care of Archie Tanner
Funeral Services of Starke. Visit
www.archietannerfuneral services.
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6 .B T,&BOSav.ie &_______________


Joe Shaw

Joe Shaw
I LAKE BUJTLER-Joe Leonard
Shaw, 84, of Lake Butler, died
on Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2012, at the
Veterans Hospital in Gainesville.
He wvas born in Lake Butler on
Oct. 9, 1927, the son of William D.
and Alice Piper Shaw. He was raised
in the Lake Butler area and served in
the United States Army from 1945-
1946. Over his lifetime, he owned
and operated a service station,
wrecker service, septic service,
chicken farm and other business
ventures in the Lake Butler area. He
married his wife, Joanne, on July 2,
1981, and they lived in Lake Butler
until his death.
SHe is survived by: his wife,
Joanne of Lake Butler; his son,
Le6nard (Kimberly) Shaw of Lake
Butler; a daughter, Lisbeth (Allen)
Tuggle; two brothers, John of
Lake Butler and Billy (Dennie) of
Lake City; six grandchildren and
two great-grandchildren. He was
preceded in death by: his parents
anct four sisters.
' A service in celebration of his life
will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday,
Aug. 25 at Archer Funeral Home
o" Lake Butler. Pastor Jason Johns
fill officiate with burial in Dekle
Cemetery. Friends may visit at the
Archer Funeral Home on Friday
from 6-8 p.m. The family requests
donations be made to First Baptist
Church of Lake Butler. Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler is in
charge of arrangements.


Rosa Warren

Rosa Warren
SRosa "Rosetta" Henderson
Warren, 59, died on Friday,Aug. 17,
2012, in Gainesville.
Mrs. Warren was the daughter of
the late Ben and Jessie Henderson
arid retired .from Columbia
Correctional Institution after 27
years of service. She was a graduate
of Union County High School.
She was preceded in death by: two
brothers, Claude Henderson and
Willie Henderson; and three sisters,
Lillie Jones, Thorsha Henderson
atd Mary Ann Henderson.
She is survived by: her husband.
'of-38 years, Sylvester Warren Sr. of
Lake Butler; sons, Sylvester Warren
Jr.-and Sean Warren of _Lake Butler;
a -daughter, Lacey. (Jason) Warren
io. Gainesville; brothers, Woodrow
.Hbrne of Pensacola, Ben ('Martha)
iHinderson Jr. of Clearwater, Grady
P(,t-,; Henderson of Daytona
:Bsach, Clifford Henderson and
';E die Henderson of North Carolina,


Mom, it's been a year
now since God and his
Angels called you away.
Oh how the Angels
rejoiced as you walked
through those Pearly
Gates that day !
Mom, when they said you
were going to die,
I refused to believe it
could be true.
How could I allow myself
to even imagine saying
goodbye to you.
You were an Angel here
on earth. I learned so
very much from you:
You were so gentle and so
kind, your smile would
always see me through.
You taught me how to
love unconditionally
And how to be my very
best in all I do.
You gave your all to God
and your family, never
once stopping to thiink
about you.
You were more than a
mother, you were my Best
friend and a great listener
too. Oh how I miss our
special talks, and
all the fun things we used
to do.
Mom, I can never say
goodbye, because I could
never bear the pain.
Instead, I say I love you,
Mom, until we meet


again.
We love & miss y
much!
"All your,


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family &
friends"


and Leroy Henderson of Lake
Butler; sisters, Minnie Davis of
Plainfield, N.J., Mable Green of
Gainesville, Elizabeth Jordan,
Everlena Henderson and Emma
(Kato) Henderson,all of Lake Butler,
Alma (Roy) Stephens of Raiford and
Margaret Henderson of Lake Butler:
and three grandchildren.
The homegoing celebration will
be held on SaturdaN. Aug. 25 at I
p.m. at tUnion County High School
with Elder Jlacob James officiating.
Burial will follow at Fort Call
Cemetery. Mrs. Warren's viewing
will be held at the funchal home on
Friday, Aug. 24 from 2-7 p.m. or at
the auditorium onl Saturday one hour
prior to the service. The procession
will form at Great Elizabeth
Missionary Baptist Church, 780.
S.W. 3d"' Street, Lake Butler, at 12:30
p.m. Arrangements are under the
care of Duncan Brothers' Funeral
Home in Gainesville.




In Loving Memory
of
Marie Douglass
Aug. 24, 2011


Rebecca Whitley
STARKE-Rebecca "Becky"
Basford Whitley, 93, of Starke,
died on Monday, Aug. 13, 2012,
at Northeast Florida Community
Hospice.
She was born on Jan. 28, 1919,
in Loganville, Ga. to Isaac and Cora
Lou Thomas. Her family moved
to Jacksonville in 1926. She vwas


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Margaret Wells
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Mrs.
Margaret E. Wells, 96, of Keystone
Heights, passed away at the Haven
Hospice Robert's Care Center in
Palatka on Thursday, Aug. 16,
2012.
Mrs. Wells was born in Beaver
Center. Pa. on Oct. 16, 1915, to the
late William l'. and Edna L. Belknap
Hughes. She had been a longtime
resident of Keystone Heights and d'
member of Friendship Bible Chufch.
Prior to retirement. Mrs. Wells was
a school cafeteria manager. Her
husband Basil E. Wells, and two
sons, Duane and William "Bill"
Wells, a brother. Kenneth Edward
Hughes and 2 sisters, Alice Pauline
Hughes-Payne and Ariline Harriet
Wilkerson, had preceded her in
death.
Survivors are: her daughter in
law, Rebecca J. (Robert) Bell of
Melrose: grandchildren, Michael
(Bonnie) Wells of Pier're, S.D.,
Pamela (Scott) Hall, Cherri Wells,
Christine (.lames) Ormond, and
Margaret (Erik) Ruhl,all of Keystone
Heights, John Wells of Linesville,
Pa., Angela (Kenneth) Lazzaro of
Melrose. and Serena (Peter) Boctor
of Melbourne, Australia; and 17
great-grandchildren.
Viewing for Mrs. Wells was
held on Aug. 20 at the Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home. Funeral
services were held on Aug. 21 in
the Friendship Bible Church with
the Rev. Paul Coleman officiating.
Burial followed at the Keystone
Heights Cemetery. In lieu of
flowers the family has requested
that contributions be made to the
Friendship Bible Church, P.O. Box
1007, Keystone Heights,, FL 32656,
and write in memo field, ACF.
Arrangements are under the care of
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights.
PAID OBITUARY

Walter Westcott
STARKE-Walter Edgar
Westcott Sr., 89, of Starke, died on
Thursday, Aug. 16, 2012, at Orange
Park Medical Center.
In 1923, he was born to the late
Fenton H. and Marian Hooker
Westcott in Lompoc, Calif. Mr.
Westcott lived in Starke since April
2008 coming from Stamford, Conn.
He was employed by Pitney-Bowes
in Stamford. as a maintenance
supervisor, retiring after 17 years.
Mr. Westcott was a veteran of the
U.S. Navy,serving during World War
II, including the D-Day invasion.
He was a member and past master of
the Masonic Lodge Commonwealth
129, past patron of the Order of the
Easter Star Rosemary Chapter both
in Stamford and the Springdale
Connecticut VFW. He also was a
boy-scout leader with troop 45 of
the Emmanuel Episcopal Church.
Mr. Westcott is survived by: a
son. Walter E. (Dianne) Westcott
Jr. of Starke; a brother, Earl
(Betty) Westcott of Arizona; two
sisters, Margaret Hawthorne and
Patricia Kelly, both of California;
three granddaughters, two great-
granddaughters and one great-
grandson.
Services will be held at a later
date at Jacksonville National
Cemetery. Arrangements are by
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The Hampton party will also
include a bikini contest, pool
party, bike games, tattoo contest,
free empty keg party, free pok-
er run free breakfast and a free
BBQ dinner.
Monaghan said he wanted to
merge his event with the Bike
Fest. However, organizers of the


Starke event declined a financial
relationship with Monaghan.
"We just couldn't commit to
him," said Main Street Starke's
Timnmy Faulker. "We would
have been giving away too
much."
North Florida Regional Cham-
ber President Pam Whittle, who,
also organized the Starke event,
said she welcomed Monahan's
efforts, but that it was in the best
interest of the Starke event to re-
main separate.


a charter member of NMurray Hill
Baptist Church and was also a
member of First Baptist Church 01of
Starke and Shindler Road Baptist
Church.
Mrs. Whitley was a member of
the Jacksonv'ille Garden Club and
the Women's Club, and was past
president of Montbretia Circle and
the Women's Union. She volunteered
at the Bradford Hospital Auxiliary.
She returned to Jacksonville
in 1999 to be closer to her family.
She was preceded in death by:
her husband of 43 years, Afton
"A.C." Basford. She is survived
by: her children, Bobby Basford
of Woodstock, Ga., Janet Adams
of Starke, Wesley (Lorna) Basford
and Nancy (Gary) Peacock of
Jacksonville; a sister, Martha
Allen; a brother. Henry Thomas;
six grandchildren and seven great-
grandchildren.
Services were held on Aug. 16 at
Hardage-Giddens Funeral- Home.
Interment followed 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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enjoy music, browse a variety
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The event, which takes place
in downtown Starke on Call
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begins at 5 p.m. on Friday, Aug.
24, and runs through 2 p.m.
Sunday, Aug. 26.
Numerous musical
performances will be held,
featuring 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.
25.
Monsters of Southern Rock
is composed of such people as
Blackfoot founding member/
bassist Greg T. Walker,
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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
Creek Rizin at I 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
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THURSDAY, AUG. 23, 2012 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION 7B


State semifinalist Tigers looking for bigger prize in 2012


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
SRegional News/Sports Editor
The undefeated regularseason,
the district championship, the
regional championship-all
worthy accomplishments, but
the one thing that sticks out
for players and coaches of the
Union County High School
\arsity football program is that
the Tigers came up just short of
the ultimate goal in 2011.
Union was defeated by
Jefferson County in last year's
Class IA semifinals, leaving
them one game short of reaching
tlhe state championship game,
which Jefferson ultimately won.
"They got an opportunity to
smell the prize at the end, but
they just didn't get to taste it,"
Union head coach Ronny Pruitt
said.
That is what's driving this
year's team-not to repeat as
district or regional champs, but
to taste that prize Pruitt spoke
of.
"We're, aiming for a state
championship," senior
quarterback Chandler Mann
said.
The loss to Jefferson County


Transfers Jerry Keller (left) and Cheito Azcarate give
the Tigers some size on the offensive line.


has motivated the players to work
that much harder in the offseason
in an attempt to be even better in
2012. Pruitt has seen a desire out
of this year's players that he has
never seen out of another group
he's coached, he said. This
year's summer workouts drew
93-percent participation. Players
were allowed to miss two days,


but many' chose not to miss any
workouts.
"We had right at 40 kids who
didn't miss a day," Pruitt said.
"Then, we were off a week
before (fall practices) started,
and I had 25 or 30 coming and
working out on their own."
Though both sides of the ball
were important in last year's


run, it was the defense that
boasted the greater number of
experienced players.
That has changed this year, as
the offensive unit brings more
experience to the field. That
includes a line that is anchored
by junior Talon Tyler and seniors
Laris Paige and Kevin Thornton.
Each player .-brings something
different to the field, Pruitt said.
Thornton, according to Pruitt,
is the "quarterback" of the line.
"He makes all the calls, knows
all the plays and all the positions,
and knows all the alignments,"
Pruitt 'said. "When you have a
kid who can play center, guard
and tackle, and who knows
everything, it makes a world of
difference. I can call a play. If
somebody's not quite sure (about
it), they look at Kevin."
Tyler, who can play guard and
tackle, is a fiery-type of player
who'll "chase you 25 yards just
to get that one hit on you," Pruitt
said. Paige, on the other hand,
has more of a quiet nature despite
being one of the largest players
on the line at approximately 300
pounds.
Pruitt said the line was a bit


Indians aim to be in playoff hunt again


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Keystone Heights was right
in the thick of the District 4-4A
football race and finished tied
for second, though the Indians
missed out on a playoff berth by
losing in a tiebreaking shootout.
SHead coach Chuck Dickinson
said that season's seniors set a
positive example for this year's
returning players by always
believing they could line up and
be successful against whomever
they played.
"You would hope that for the
kids who were part of the team
last year, that's something for
them to build on," Dickinson
said.
Keystone has 17 senior players
this season-approximately the
same number as last year-and
one of them is ready to do his
part to live up to what last year s
seniors accomplished:
"I just want to go out there,
play the best I can and leave it
on the field," said senior running
back Alex Gonzales.
Gonzales said it's the type of
attitude every player needs to
have approaching every game.
Regardless of the opponent,
Gonzales said the Indians need
to approach the game as if they
are already trailing and give
100-percent effort.
Not that the Indians lacked for
effort last year, but Dickinson
said their worst game was a key
district, contest against Mount
Dora, which turned out to be a
34-6 loss. The team was plagued


Senior offensive lineman Andrew Stanley (left)
grapples with Lorenzo Davis.


by turnovers in that game, but
success depends on players
putting mistakes behind them,
Dickinson said.
"Things will not always go
our way, but, hopefully,- we'll
keep after it," Dickinson said.
Even though Gonzales
returns, the defense holds the
edge over the offense in terms
of experience. Dickinson
said a 'linebacking corps of
returners such as sophomore
Sam Anderson and seniors John
Brown, Chris Gillen and Daniel
Williams would have to be the
defense's strength.
"They're just aggressive.
They can run. They like to




i) " Senior linebacker
Chris Gillen (left)
is one of two
S players making a
A tackle on junior
Running back
I 1Josh Knight
during an Aug. 10
.. practice.


hit," Dickinson said, adding,
"They do a pretty good job of
understanding what's happening
up front."
It is the position the Indians
have the most depth at, but
that means that some of those
players will be key contributors
at other positions. Some may
play on the line, depending upon
an opponent's offensive scheme,
for example. Some may also
have starting positions of at least
key positions on the offensive
side of the ball.
That goes for any player,
Dickinson said. Just because he's
played primarily one position
doesn't mean he will contribute
solely in that position. If a backup
linebacker is one of the best 11
players on defense, for example,
then he doesn't need to stand on
the sideline simply because he's
not a starting linebacker.
"We're going to put guys
in the positions that will best
help us win a football game,"
Dickinson said. "You've got to
have the kids buy into that."
Williams is one of the
few players returning with
experience on the defensive line.
Sean Foray, a senior, also has
experience.
"Up front, we've got a lot


of guys who have to step up,
Dickinson said. "We're just
inexperienced."
The secondary returnsastarting
corner in senior Logan Stanley,
while senior Garrett McGee and
junior Grant McGee also have
experience there. Gonzales, too,
has some experience playing in
the defensive backfield.
Gonzales' main job, though,
will be toting the ball as the
primary tailback. Last year,
he rushed for 1,401 yards and
13 touiichdowns, and was a
Gainesville Sun first-team all-
area selection.
"He had a heck of a year
See KHHS, 8B


Prince
Alexander
fields a punt
in practice on
Aug.17.The .
senior returns ,
as a starter in
the offensive -
and defensive I
backfields.




undersized last year, but Paige
and two players who transferred
from other schools will give one
side of the line a total weight of
approximately 1,000 pounds.
Jerry Keller, a senior who played
previously at Hawthorne, and
Cheito Azcarate, a senior who
played previously at Bradford,
weigh more than 300 pounds
each.
It's easy for a running back to
get lost behind such big players
up front, but Azcarate, Keller
and Paige are more than just big,
physical presence. They can
move, too, which is important
in Union's offense. The linemen
must be able to run from sideline
to sideline.
"'A lot of teams have those
types of kids," Pruitt said, "but
there aren't a lot of them in our.
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The running backs who can
get lost behind those big linemen
are returning starters Prince
Alexander and Walter Mabrey as
well as fullback Daquin "Buddy"
Edwards, who stepped into the
starting role last year when Josh,
Tyson was out with an injury.
Some schools have that one
back they ride to success, but
Alexander, Edwards and Mabrey
are equally important in Union's
success.
"For us to have a good night,
I want all three of my running
backs to have at least 80 yards
(each)," Pruitt said, adding that it
"keeps the opponent wondering,
'Which one of these cats is going
to get it?'"'
Alexander, a senior, rushed fqr:
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BCEF spelling bee is Sept. 13


The Bradford County Educa-
tion Foundation has announced
the nc\\ date for its annual spell-
inm bee, which will beThursda ,
Sept. 13, at the National Guard
armory on Edwards Road in
Starke.
Tlhe \cxnt was original
scheduledd for May 12.
Dinner \\ill be served at 6
p.m.. followed b\ the bee at 7
p.m. Desserts bN some of Brad-
Iord.l's finest bakers will be avail-
able for purchase.
Tickets are $20 for ages 13
and up and $10 for children.


All proceeds go to Bradford
Count EIducatiotn Foundation



BCEF
Continued from 1B

Blanche Jonas, S 1,()(). 0 IPl'l'Y
(Honme' -Instruction or lI'arenlts tf
Preschool Youingsters) program.
Bradford (Iount\ EducIation
Foundation Inc.. a nonprofit
organization that wN as established
in 1990, has raised more than
$352.000 over the last six \ears


Inc. to help sLlpport 13Bradford
('otllqt \ schools.

throth various Ifuindraisers,
donations andid grants. Money
raised Suppl)trts the school
s\ steCm in suLch xwas as the mini-
grant program, the welcome-
back breakfast. teacher of the
\ ear/school-related employee of
the \ ear reception and a Santa Fe
(College scholarship endowment.
If Nou would like to know
more, please visit w ww.hbradford
counttyeducationfoundation .org.


The Bradford County Education Foundation's initial 2012-13 mini-grant recipients
are: (front, l-r) Teresa Jackson, Patti Kurtz, Karen Bowen, Lynn Woods, Blanche
Jonas, (back, l-r) Debbie Parmenter, Linda Rudoi, John Tinsler, Sabrina Harden and
Carol Starr.


KHHS
Continued from 7B

last year," Dickinson said.
"'Hopefully, he'll grow from
there and continue to have the
success he had last year."
Aside from the numbers,
iGonzales, who will also get
support at the position from
Anderson and junior Chance
Hinshaw, has also proved to be
a durable back.
"A lot of our runs are more up
inside than wide, so hlie showed
a lot last year being able to
take the hits and keep going,"
Dickinson said.
That toughness may be
needed this season as Gonzales
will run behind an offensive
line that returns only one starter
in senior Andrew Stanley.
However, Stanley, as a three-
year starter, is a good anchor for
that inexperienced line.
"He's been in the wars,"
Dickinson said. "He's got the
experience."
Foray has some experience on
the line as well, while players
such as juniors Nathan Nelson
and Tate Williams, and seniors
Lorenzo Davis and Zach Sharp
will be counted on.
Dickinson said the players
on the line just need game
experience and time to gel. He
thinks they'll come along as the
season goes on.
"Coach (Isaac) Morford will


do a good job getting those Igu s
ready to plaN," Dickinson said.
Bruce Kirksev is gone at
fullback, but the Indians have
experience there in Gillen.
Williams and junior Michael
Carroll.
Dickinson said the fullbacks
will probably rotate quite a bit
because they will also cI counted
on to play defensivel.
"We've just got to do a good
job as coaches of rotating people
and not keeping them out there
too long," Dickinson said.
The Indians lose key starters in
quarterback Evan Har\c\, wide
receiver Chase Julius and tight
end Matthew I)ickinson. Logan
Stanley, though,- returns as an
experienced receiver, along xx ith
Grant McGee and junior Holden
Huggins, who will miss part of
the season with an injury.
Senior Nate Smith and
juniors Micah B3rox n and
Chase Mussleman look to step
in and contribute as tight ends.
while the quarterback spot
is still up for grabs between
senior, Robbie Davis and junior
Blake Valenrzuela, who was last
year's junior varsity starting
quarterback.
This Friday's preseason
classic may be what determines
the starting quarterback as
Dickinson looks for those
qualities aside from physical.
attributes: knowledge of the
team's offense, understanding
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him.
"That's the challenIge for those
two Iguys going into the season,"
Dickinson said.
Carrol I and Logan Stanley
are battling to be the kickoff
specialist, while Stanley will
probably handle placekicking
duties.
Gonzales will handle the


punting duties after averaging 37
yards per punt last year. That was
despite the team's philosophy of
directional kicking to prevent
big returns.
When looking at the district,
Dickinson expects reigning
champ South Sumter to be the
team to beat, but said several
teams have a chance to win the


crown. He said Mount Dora is
a talented team despite the loss
of standout quarterback/athlete
Vegas Harley, while Bradford
is quick, athletic and returns a
veteran offensive line to help
offset the loss of its starting
quarterback and tailback.
Mount Dora and Bradford
finished tied for second with
Keystone last season, with
Bradford winning the tiebreaking
shootout and advancing to the
playoffs. Though they came up
just short, the Indians proved
they at least can be in the thick


of things.
Gonzales said last year's
experience can definitely help
this year's team. However, he's
not looking ahead to a possible
playoff berth, which would be
Keystone's first since 2006.That
would be "a pretty big deal," he
said, but the team's focus needs
to be on the next opponent on the -
schedule, not what may happen
down the road.
"As of right now, we're going
to take each game at a time,"
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new tires purchased this,
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required. Call 678-438-
6828.

MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT starting at $525
per month. Hidden Oaks,
Lake Butler. Call 386-496-
8111. tfn 50
PERMANENT ROOMS
for rent at the Magnolia
Hotel. Both refrigerator
and microwave. Special
rates, by the month. Call
904-964-4303 for more
information.
3BR/1BA COTTAGE, eat in
kitchen, on 1 acre. W/D
hook-up, on Clay Electric,
service animals only, no
smoking. References.
$650/mo. and $700/mo.
deposit. Out side storage
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kitchen privileges. Share
a bathroom $250/mo.
room with private bath-
room $500/mo. Call 352-
275-4712
KEYSTONE 3BR/2BA. SW.
on 4 acres. CH/A, all ap-
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Service animals only. Call
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CUTE ONE BR Mobile
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screened back porch, CH/
A, window coverings. Year
lease, $550 per month,
1st, last & security. Call
Dixon Rentals at 352-588-
S0013 for application.
KEYSTONE HGTS. 3BR/
2BA DWMH. On 1 acre,
country setting, near
town. CH/A, dishwasher,
2 wallk-in closets, gar-
bage and water included,
on paved road, covered
deck, storage shed.
$650/mo. plus deposit,
call Chris at 352-327-
0253.
ROOM FOR RENT, near
Camp Blanding. $250/mo.
plus 1/2 electric. Private
bath, kitchen, and laundry.
No smoking, service ani-
mals only, 904-214-9754,
leave message.
3BR/2BA DWMH, DOWN-
TOWN MELROSE. W/D
hook-up, stove, refrig-
erator, dishwasher, stor-
age in backyard. 105-2
Cambell Lane, $595/mo.
plus $500 deposit. Call
352-226-9220 or 352-
475-5533.
NEAR STARKE, 2BR/2BA
Home. $575/mo. Call
904-769-9616.
3BR/1BA HOUSE IN RAI-
FORD. Handicap acces-
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$625 security deposit.
Service animals only Call
904-964-4309.
2BR/2BA MOBILE HOME
in small park Keystone
Heights area. Garbage,


lawnrmaintenance, and
water included. $450/mo.
plus $450 deposit, avail-
able Sept. 1st. Call 352-
235-0020.
1BR/1BA located 222 S.
Thompson Street Avail-
able Sept. 1st. $350/mo.
plus deposit. Please call
Lee Corbin at 904-562-
0099.
2BR/1BA BRICK HOME in
downtown Starke. Easy
walk to grocery and drug
store. Newly renovated,
hardwood floors with de-
tached garage and fenced
back yard. $700/mo. Call
904-533-2071.
2BR/1BA in Hampton.
$450/mo. 2BR/1BA. on
Market Road, $475/mo.
3BR/1.5BA. 230A $675/
mo. Service animals only.
2BR/2BA. $575/mo. one
or two people. Call 630-
S901-5949.
BEAUITFUL 1/BR APT. in
Melrose. $600/mo. in-
cludes utilities. Service
animals only, no smoking.
352-475-3486.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
3BR/2BA. DW close to
town, walk to school.
$600/mo. plus deposit.
Call 352-475-6260.
2BR/1BA. 1/2 acre with
fenced yard, North Key-
stone Heights. $575/mo.
plus deposit. Call 904-
863-4043.
2BR/1BA APT. $400/mo.
Call 904-364-9022, for
more information.
3BR/2BA DWMH on CR.
221. Quite area, vfasher/
dryer, CH/A. All electric,
service animals only.
$575/mo. plus deposit.
Call 352-468-3221.
2BR/1BA SWMH on Griffis
Loop. CH/A, quite area.
Service animals only.
$425/mo. plus deposit.
Call 352-468-3221.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 3BR/
2BA SW MH, $500/mo.
plus $400 deposit. Call
352-235-6319.
STARKE 3BR/2BA DW MH,
CH/A outside city limits,
central air. $650/mo. plus
$400 deposit. Call 352-
235-6319.


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w/Vintage to newer furni-
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ookcases, lamps. Many
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of toys & Legos! New
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things, kitchen things, bed
things, men's clothes and
young people clothes,
baby crib and mattress,
stroller carrier, rugs, etc.


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by post office.
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Keystone Yard
Sales.
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9am.- 3pm. 79 Nelsons
Point Keystone Heights.
Antiques, furniture,
glassware, tools, misc.
household, framed art-
work, mirrors, pool items,
treadmill, trolling motor,
Confederate reenactment
jacket, cap, bag.
55
Wanted
CASH FOR JUNK cars $300
& up. Free pick up, run-
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For Sale
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he knows our system," Pruitt
said' of Green. "He knows what
we expect and knows how to get
people in the right positions."
Jones and senior Phillip Lillie
look to be other contributors in
the secondary.
Pruitt said thejigers lose a key
member of their special teams in
placekicker Joaquin Lovo, who
had 41 PATs and II field goals
last year. That position is still up
in the air, though Carl Alexander
could fill the void.
"Carl's a kicker now," Pruitt
said. "He's got such a strong leg,
but he doesn't always have that
consistency."


Several players are battling
for the position of punter, which
Houck filled last year.
When it comes to looking at
District 7, which the Tigers play
in, Pruitt said three teams stand
out-Baldwin, Dixie County
and Newberry.
"I look at those three schools
to give u--and anybody else
they play-all we can handle,"
Pruitt said.
Baldwin was the district
runner-up to Union last year,
while Newberrn gave the Tigers
a fight before Union came out on
top 14-7.
"I don't know what it is


about Newberry and us," Pruitt
said, "but it's always a physical
game.
That Newberry game was one
of two games decided by seven
points or less. The Tigers' 11
wins came by an average score
of 35-8.
Last year was last year. Mann
said what the Tigers did in 2011
has no bearing on 2012.
"We don't usually take
anything for granted," Mann
said. "We have a group of guys
who work really hard every day.
We realize nothing's going to be
given to us, no matter how good
we did last year."


Walter Mabrey is one of
three main backs who'll
carry the ball for the Tigers.


UCHS
Continued from 7B

Mabrey, a junior, had 770 yards
and 10 touchdowns on 72 carries.
Edwards, a junior, rushed for
674 yards and six touchdowns
on 100 carries.
Alexander and Mabrey have
gotten a lot stronger this year,
and they and Edwards will
again be the focal point of the
offense. As Pruitt put it, the
Tigers don't need to reinvent the
wheel. Running is what they do
best, and nothing will change
despite the fact Pruitt said the
Tigers have a number of kids for
quarterback Mann to throw to.
"We've got five or six kids
who can catch the ball," Pruitt
said, "but we're going to make
you stop our run first. It's no
secret."
Having said that, the Tigers
have participated in seven-on-
seven drills in order to improve
the passing game.
"We have a great running
game, and usually we can run on
just about anybody,".Mann said,
"but whenever we get stuck, we
need to be able to get the ball in
the air."
Mann is stepping in as a first-
year starter for the departed
Austen Harden. He has a proven
target in wide receiver/tight
end Dylan Clark, a senior who
caught 16 passes for 215 yards
ahd five touchdowns last year..
Players such as senior Nate
Bridges and junior Andrew
Jones will also factor into the
receiver mix.
When asked what the
defensive unit's strength was,
Pruitt simply answered, "Carl."
That would be Carl Alexander,
a senior lineman who had 101
tackles, four sacks and two
fumble recoveries last season.
The 6-2, 250-pound tackle
possesses a combination of
speed and strength.
"His first step is tremendous,"
Pruitt said. "He's one of those
who've lived in the weight room
this summer. He's benching
almost 400 pounds."
Pruitt said many teams are
going to have to resort to double-
teaming Alexander, who's also
athletic enough to where he may
also contribute to the offensive
backfield.
When it's all said and done,
Alexander could be as good
or better than standout Lonnie
Gosha, who graduated from
UCHS in 2011.
"It won't take people long
to realize number nine's a
ballplayer," Pruitt said.
Edwards, Paige, Tyler and
senior Dustin Griffis will also be
key contributors along the line
of scrimmage.
The Tigers lose two standout
linebackers in Cory Houck (154
tackles) and Kendall Wright (143
tackles), but return Mabrey, who
Pruitt said rarely gets caught out
of position.
"He gets where he's supposed
to be real quick," Pruitt said.
"'He's not going to rip your head
off. He's just going to get there
and make a good fundamental
tackle."
JuniorAustin Dukes, who was
one of the team's better offensive
-linemen last year, will move into
a starting linebacker role and
play primarily on defense.
"He's 'one of those who will
stick you," Pruitt said. "He just
loves to hit."
Prince Alexander, who
had four interceptions last
season, returns as a starter in
the secondary, as does junior
Geordyn Green, who will be
responsible; for making sure the
defense is lined up correctly,
"He's worked real hard, and


2012 UCHS Varsity

Football Schedule

\ug. 24 at Bradford (preseason) 7 p.m.
ug. 31 Fernandina Beach 7:30 p'm.
Sept. 7 Interlachen 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 14 at Keystone Heights 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 21 Chiefland* 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 28 at Fort White 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 5 at Dixie County* 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 12 P.K.Yonge 7:30 p.m.
3ct. 19 at Baldwin* 7:30 p.m.
Dct.26 atWilliston 7:30 p.m-.
Nov. 2 Newberry* 7:30 p.m. -

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