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Union County times
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Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
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Union County High School 2013

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WUCHS Class of 2013 to graduate on Friday, May 31

Graduation o g
The Union High School
graduation will be held at the Mi
football stadium Friday, May
31,. at 8 p.m. The gates will Y
open at 6 p.m. for public seating ..... p
in the stands and graduate '
reserved seating on the track.
More information listed inside..
(School news).

Esther King Memorial t
Scholarship applications are
now available for pickup at the
Union County High School or
the District School Board Office.
Deadline for applications is
Monday, June 3. Call 386-496-
3040 or 386-496-2045 ext. 238
for more information. Valedictorian Dana Seager Salutatorian Danielle Pate

op Warer See photos of graduating class inside

registration set Community gathers to pay respects onMemorial Day Messae from the
Pop Warner will have
registration/sign-ups every Suyerint nt
Saturday beginning June 15,
through July 13, at Sprinkle Field of S coo c
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The cost
for sign ups is $125 per child for To the Class of 2013,
football and cheerleading. Bring
a copy of your child's report card On behalf of the School Board,
and original birth certificate. administration, faculty and staff,
Contact I would like to congratulate you
Christina Scott at 386-288-4555 on an outstanding year. You
or schristinal77@gmail.com if have accomplished so much in
you have any questions, the classroom and on the playing

SSeniors, you are to be
Substitute commended for your assistance
i in helping the district-earn an
training set "A" three out of your four years
at UCHS. You have committed
Substitute training is set for at UCHS. You have committed
new substitutes and for current yourself to winning district,
new substitutes for creti.... state, and national awards. Your
state, and national awards. Your
subs that did not substitute fordediation and hard work have
at least 10 days during the 2012- dedication and hard work have
2013 school year. The training ,: in th e classroom, athletics,
will be held July 23, from 9. a.m.in the classroom, athletics,
to 3 p.m. at the adult education He and other extracuaricular
bidg High-Q, and other extracurricular
building. .-
If you attended .training activities.
las ye and s e Thank you for being role
classroom for at least 10 dayst .o. models for the younger students
during the 2 213st3 cho and helping them realize their
goals can be achieved. You have
year, yqu will not need to attend served Union County well by
training again this year. Jack Whitehead, Quinton performing community service
Call, Pam Pittman 386-496- Bloodsworth and Bill McGill and being active in your church.
2045 ext 230 to sign up or if you placed a wreath in front Your respect and loyalty have
have any questions. of the memorial with the .., made our entire community
assistance of Union County proud.
High School JROTC members Parents, thank you for
Meat goat Paul Whitlow, Hanna Hicks, supporting your son and/
Michaela Clemons and Chase spor daughter in all of their
and sheep Williams (under the direction endeavors. We are also fortunate
workshop set of JROTC Instructor Kevin to have business partners and
Steverson.) Afterwards, community support which
A meat goat and sheep JROTC member Kyrsten enables our students to receive
workshop is set for June 15, at Johnson played "The Taps" on the best education possible.
the Townsend Green Building the trumpet while service and To our church leaders and
located at 410 west main street community members showed youth ministers who volunteer
in Lake Butler. Call the Union their respect. numerous hours, your time is
County Extension Office at (386) greatly appreciated. Special
496-2321 by Tuesday, June 11, (At,right) Chief Master thanks to our teachers, coaches,
to pre-register. The registration Sergeant Michael E. Joyner and sponsors for the time you
fee is $10, which includes price (standing at podium) spoke to spend leading, guiding, and
of meal. For individuals with the many who gathered around working with our students.
disabilities requiring special the Masonic Lodge in Lake Seniors,you are an outstanding
accommodations, contact the Butler for the Memorial Day class and have helped make this
Union County Extension Service ceremony. (At right of speaker) a great year. It has been an honor
386-496-2321 at least 5 working Colan Coody and Gene and privilege to serve you as
days prior to the program in Gordon, Chaplin for American Superintendent of Schools.
order for proper consideration Legion. Joyner reminded the
to be given to the request. For veterans in attendance to tell Sincerely,
tdd service, .contact the Florida young people their stories
Relay Center at 1-800-955-8771. so that they would not be .. Carlton Faulk
forgotten. Superintendent of Schools


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Adam Casto Chelsea Cayton Gary Cecil Kyle Chaffin Jessica Church Dylan Clark
e -rnior Prince Joel Alexander Clubs/activities/awards: FFA, Reflections: Over my four Lesley Marie Barnes: honors.
Sor Reflections: Best memory, work horse award, baseball years I have learned a.lot and Reflections: There were a Future plans: Attend Santa.
q l. passing the ACT. team, 2012 State Championship plan on using that knowledge lot of good memories and good Fe College, X-ray technician or.
reflections Clubs/activities/awards: pitcher. after graduation. times. ultrasound technician.
!4- -0 UCHS Football, 1s' team all-area, Future plans: Attend junior Future plans: Has already Clubs/activities/awards: Band,
from UCHS running back of the year award, college, transfer to UF to study enlistedin the Army. student leader, band captain, Jordyn Macy Bennett
l f2013 team all-elite, 1s" team wildlife biology. ASBC historian, senior sponsor Reflections: I loved high
d ass of 2 3 Suwannee Conference, defensive Cheito Tre'se Azcarate homecoming 2012. school. I have had some of the
-Submitted by UCHS seniors back of the year. Jessica Marie Anderson Reflections: Hail dreams and Future plans: Attend Santa Fe best memories/times.
Clay Andrew Abraham Future plans: Attend college Reflections: These last four ambitions, nothing less, dream College. Clubs/activities/awards:.
Reflections: Over the course and play football. Major in years have been a blessing. I am big, FBLA, FFA, softball team.
of high- school I have learned athletic training. very proud to have been a UCHS Clubs/activities/awards: Alanna Lee Bell Future plans: Attend Santa Fe61
mhny life lessons. student. Played football in Starke 9-11, Reflections: Overcoming my College, transfer to UF, wildlife:
iClubs/activities/awards: FFA, Dylan Wyatt Allen Clubs/activities/awards: FFA played senior year for UCHS. 9Lh grade year and seeing how far biology degree.
1' place poultry team, 15h in Reflections: My time at UCHS and ASBC. -Future plans: Attend 2-year I have come has made all of the
n4tion. was fun and I have learned a Future plans: Attend college school in Miami to pursue dream hard work it has taken me and Dustin Michael Bielling
Future plans: Attend' Florida lot. I am going to miss hanging through the Navy. of having my own t-shirt design my family worth it. Reflections: My high
Giteway College. out with my friends and playing business. Future plans: Begin working school years have been a very
baseball for UC. Marvin Millard Arnold III and look into the benefits of the memorable and successful time-
military, for me. I have been truly blessed&
STi with great friends,-teachers and"'
O D O REAM Alexis Lynn Benefield many accomplishments for
Reflections: These years have which I give God all of the honor
O I I come and go so quickly I have Clubs/activities/awards: FFA,.
truly 'loved, and enjoyed every HOSA' treasurer, skills USA
Shigh school memory and will fundraising coordinator, ASBCa
Snever regret or forget any one of president, voted most likely to
them. These were the best years succeed by. senior class.
of my life. Future plans: Attend Florida
Vq -Clubs/activities/awards: FFA, Gateway College, degree ini
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: Dus.tin Hersey, eLaeThomas Bishop
SDanielle.Pate, Reflections: It was fun.
Everything I expected hig,
Chaton Croft, school to be.
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Yoshlka Dixson Destiny Elixson Michael Ellis Mckenna Elwood Timothy Estes Sarah Fischer

Matthew Scott Fisher Tiffany Gaskins Robert Gockley James Griffis Zachery Hagler Caitlyn Halle
2012 FBLA, cheerleader, best jumper. Thespian Society Superior rated strategy game club, anime club, a memorable place in my life. go back. I can only go forward
2u 1 Future plans: Attend Florida duet acting and excellent rated Florida Band Master's Assoc. Clubs/activities/awards: withmy life.
Continued from 3A Gateway College, Nursing. monologue, SWAT "Into the (marching) straight superiors, SWAT, band, band student Clubs/activities/awards: track,
wild" participant, SWAT state (concert) superior rating, solo leader, state band superior rating, football, JROTC, drill team-Went
Future plans: Attend Santa Fe Kevin Maurice Bradley Jr. 'conference delegate. and ensemble excellent rating Dixie Classic festival. to state.
SCollege, attend a state college, Reflections: High school is Future plans: AA degree horn solo, Florida Honor Band, Future plans: Pursue Future plans: U.S. Army, air
bachelor's degree, major in like "The days of our lives" from Florida Gateway College, Atlanta Dixie classic, JROTC employment in accounting or traffic controller.
music. combines with "The young and transfer to FSU, bachelors in drill team-female un-armed attend college to become a Inusic
the restless." Most importantly it retail marketing and product squad and armed squads, teacher for children with special JessicaDanielle Church,
Devin Loren Boone is memories that will last forever. development, hopes to have her attended state competition in needs. Reflections: It was the best of
Reflections: My past four Clubs/activities/awards: own clothing line. Lakeland. times and the worst of times but
years have been a great' FBLA, JROTC, yearbook, Future plans: Join the Army, Gary Len Cecil I turned out to be an alright kid
experience making great friernds SWAT, SWAT vice president, James Richard Brown go to college through military, Reflections: It was fun. Now I Clubs/activities/awards: Band,
and beginning my"fitue'T fian' black'hitstry, treastu'errepotter, Reflections:-Itwas so fun'and go to'basicrtrainii g during the" am moving on.,--' ..;-'.- .; .."". FFEA-,yeearbook staff; JROTC,
and goals. "viice-'resident, basketball' memorable. I made many friends su'mmer.'~ "'''o Cltdbs/ctiVittCe/awards'-"Band drill competition, 'color guard,
Clubs/act-ivities/awards: Future plans: Attend 4-year and stuff. superior (state), superior rating femae! unarmed squad 1" place.
FFA, showed steers in FFA, University, major in forestry, Clubs/activities/awards: Adam Quintin Casto inAtlanta. Future plans: Move to Arizona
forestry team, 2nd in district, minor in sports imanagenient Freshman president, Hi-Q, Clubs/activities/awards: Future plans: Possible Marine with family, finish AA degree
ABSC, baseball and tennis.team, or business. Hopes to one day Hi-Q varsity captain, jazz band, JROTC drill team, 1st place Corps and attend college for. at a local community college.
Powder-puff cheerleader. become a game warden, work for percussion ensemble, former dual exhibition state, 1s place game design. Attend a 4-year college, major.
:Future plans: Attend Florida federal government and become sills USA vice president, junior armed, squad, 1's place armed in psychology to become a
Gateway College, AA degree, a basketball coach. friends 'of .the library, president squad drill meet. JROTC raiders, Kyle Lee Chaffin psychologist.
transfer to UCF, major in sports and vice president, marching team commander, physical Reflections:,High school was a
medicine. Nathaniel Timothy Bridges band, drum captain. competition team. lot of work but it was worth it in Dylan Wyatt Clark
Reflections: I enjoyed this Future plans: Attend UF, study the end. I made many friends and Reflections: My time at UCHS
Mariah Jameel Bowen school year and -will mis the music, education with emphasis Chelsea Lynn Cayton played football, the sport I love. I
Reflections: High School has class of 2013. on percussion. Reflections: High School was will miss high school but I can't See 2013, 5A
de;nitely been a great stepping Clubs/activities/awards:
stone for me. I am sad it has Football team, track team. Alan Michael Burch
flown by but happy to start a new Future plans: Go to college Reflections: It was a very a '
chapter. and make a living. eventful time. '- i
Clubs/activities/awards: Clubs/activities/awards: -
FAC4 all-district 1' team, 2012 Kelsey Corene Brooker ASBC-original member, FFA, i
Suwannee all-conference 1' Reflections: At UCHS, football manager, track manager,
team, 1" team all-area Gainesville I experienced drama, superlative-most dependable.
Sun, 2012 scholar athlete of backstabbers, fake people, and Future plans: Go to college, ,%(4 i ^j
the year, 2013 Suwannee all- a terrible sense of fashion from degreein archeology.
conference 1 team, 2013 scholar 80 percent of the people there,
athlete of the year, cheerleading, but I also experienced genuine Rhiannon Patricia Carroll
Best all-around award, softball, people, true friendships, laughter .Reflections: I have had fun iJeYe ill YVtA Pp y 1" team all-area, student of the and guidance. Those are the ones through high school making
year award. I will remember forever. many friends. I enjoyed being Now that you've graduated, Capital City Bank has the perfect
Future plans: Attend Florida Clubs/activities/awards: a part of the band and JROTC pace to stash all that summer money you'll be earning.
Gateway College, nursing FFA, BETA, drama club, programs. They taught me a lot
degree, work in the field while FFEA, past treasurer and vice- and made me-who I am today. I When you open an Absolutely Free Student Checking*
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Kavia Michelle Bradley past secretary and community of Union County Band, JROTC, card, and the perfect place to keep your cash.
Reflections: Only in the liaison, JV and varsity Plus, with free mobile** and online banking,
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Alexander Hankins Ashlyn Harden Rebekah Harden Kelsey Harrison Jessica Hartley Darci Hendricks

Shane Hendricks Dustin Hersey Kristin Hodgson Ashley Holtzclaw .Heather Holtzclaw Ray Horn

Baneeshia Jackson Darius Jackson Khliel Jackson Teyona Jenkins Jerry Keller Miesha Kendricks
n0 1 most adventurous time in high Clubs/activities/awards: Beta, Clubs/activities/awards: Clubs/activities/awards:
school. Brittany Marie Crawford SWAT- community liaison, ASBC, weightlifting, best JROTC, band.
,Continued from 4A Clubs/activities/awards: Reflections: High school was JROTC- executive officer, FFA- dressed 2013. Future plans: Enlisted in the
SWAT, JROTC, leadership fun because I learned a lot about chaplain, weightlifting, senior Future plans:i Attend Florida Marine Corps, leave for basicin
-!Lwas invaluable to me. I grew as delegate. myself. I watched myself and sponsor, prom king, FFA state, Gateway College, nursin September.
a student as well as a person and Future plans: Attend Florida my fellow classmates grow into proficiency finalist,JROTC cadet
will never forget the tight knit Gateway College,join the Navy. young mature adults. challenge- reserved nationalist Mckenna Lee Elwood James Austin Griffis
c.nmunity that always showed Clubs/activities/awards: award, FFA work horse award Reflections: Although high Reflections: I have had a lot of
~.: tj:ir support. Allie Linn Craver FFA, 2nd place meats judging and poultry team member, Lori school had its ups arid downs, I fun over the last few years. I'm
-d Clubs/activities/awards: FFA, Reflections: High School team, SWAT, JROTC- national AndersOn bowling tournament will always remembe the good glad it is over though.
4.fotball team, scholar athlete has flown by but I am looking military recruiter award, national 3" place team. tires. I will always be thankful Clubs/activities/awards: FFA,
,b.atward 10-12th, 't team Suwannee forward to the future. I will fitness award, volleyball- district Future plans: Attend Florida of my teachers for the things they Everybody's friend (2012-13
.j Conferencee sophynmpre prince always remembei; t.t,riends I., winners, .regional,,runnrr up, Gateway gCollge eee. .,aytaugh meIthank;myom senior superlative.) .
-nho necQingcourtmn, haveemadeat i'my memories most improved award,...: : and dd for laypushingie to 'Future plans: Find ago job
.,, Future plans: Attend: college we have together and the'many Future plans: Attend Santa Fe Ryan Michael Debarge go farther. somewhere. .
a;,at-Campbellsville University in. more to come. College, transfer to UF, study Reflections: Through my high Clubs/activities/awards:
/,.Kentucky to play football and Clubs/activities/awards: pediatrics. school years, it.has been fun and HOSA, SWAT, Tigerettes, llth Caitlyn Sue-Ann Halle
tajor in criminal justice. JROTC, former assistant staff exciting to see new people. I will grade, FBA straight superior, Reflections: I am thankful
officer and battalion executive Chaton Lane Croft miss Mrs. Dick's class the most. -powder puff football champs 9th for being a part.of UCHS these
Shantay Marie Cohens officer, president of board Reflections: I love this school. Clubs/activities/awards: grade, past four years. It has been full
Reflections: I have. had the review, received nomination for I had a great time and made SWAT, relay for life, basketball- Future plans: Nursing school, of memories and getting to know
cadet of the month, some memories. I will always MVP I It" grade, track and field- CNA to RN. others. Thank you to all of the
Future plans: Enlisted Navy, remember the times I had here 12t', perfect attendance 9-10. teachers and staff for your hard
,-. rank of E-3, mos AME. and my friends. Future plans: enter work Timothy James Estes work and support.
Sforce and attend college, law Reflections: Clubs/activities/awards: FFA-
"Theres Nothing Like North Florida Land" enforcement. Clubs/activities/awards: officer, reporter, 3-year state
S K r esidntialu & Lnd Sl s/Brokeage Future plans: finalists, equine science, varsity
Accredited Luxury Home Speialist! Yoshika Maranda Dixson cheerleader, scholar athlete
...Kelsey Reflections: It was fun. Sarah Elizabeth Fischer award, homecoming court,
'J Clubs/activities/awards: Reflections: UCHS has. made sophomore princess. .
Black history .club, SWAT, me who I am today. I can't wait Future plans: Attend Florida
4-4 I AI4'SO I weightlifting. to see what the future holds for -Gateway College, RN degree.
Future plans: Join the Army. me.
Clubs/activities/awards: Alexander Lee Hankins
Destiny Brooke Elixson FFA, FBLA, dual-enrollment, Reflections: Being in thq band'
Reflections: Seemslike just tigerettes, 'leadership award, has definitely helped shape my'
2 1 A V 1 3 yesterday, it was my first dayof captain, cheerleader. life.. That is the only thing I will
high school. Now it is all over. I Future plans: Attend miss.
(386) 623-5529 Donna W. Land am going to miss everyone. University of North Florida. Clubs/activities/awards: Band.
Clubs/activi-ties/awards: Future plans: Hopes to join Air
Email: exquisitelandcox.net Broker Marching 'band, symphonic Force. Attend college to study
band,jazz band, Tigerettes. Tiffany Brenda Lee Gaskins music and writing.
Future plans: Join Navy Reflections: High school has
Reserves, .attend Florida been very fun and interesting.. Rebekah Danielle Harden
"- -o' f1 ng m o t a Gateway College, bachelors in Everyone here. is like one huge Reflections: I have loved high
C on gr a u lon Bnursing. family. I am definitely going to school and will miss it dearly but
i, miss it. there are bigger things out there
Michael Dean Ellis Clubs/activities/awards: waiting.
JROTC-cadet challenge, HOSA- Clubs/activities/awards:
Co gratulao on Clay Electric wishes all the a 1st place regional. Yearbook, FFEA-secretary,
ngratulations lay Electric wishes all the Future plans: Attend Florida ASBC-secretary, Envirothon
SClass of 2013 best to the Class of 2013. Gateway College and apply for 2013-1st place wildlife team.
S-lV lf- tItn I nursing program, with the hopes Future plans: PCT and LPN,
,, of working in thi neonatal unit. I work at a correctional.facility.
% ; I~swill also be having a little girl in
ILULO4.X August and will thrive to be the Kelsey Kathryn Harrison
most amazing mom that I can be. Reflections: My high school
9,!fl vmemories are ones I will never
94Robert Anthony Gockley
Reflections: It was a lot of fun. See 2013, 6A
I will miss JROTC.


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Klerra Maxwell Halley McRee Kassandra Medina Abigail Metz Scarlett Mines Christopher Morton
4 Gateway College, medical field. Kristin Lyn Hodgson Baneeshia Lakiya Jackson
2 1 m3 Reflections: I enjoyed Reflections: It has been so
Continued from 5A Jessica Lynn Hartley watching the baseball team win. amazing over the years but if I
Reflections: I could not ask Clubs/activities/awards: FFA, had the chance to do it again, I
forget, prom, homecoming and for a better class. volleyball. wouldn't.
many parades. These years have Clubs/actjvities/awards: Future plans: Attend college, Clubs/activities/awards: Black
flown by and graduation is such a JROTC-color guard, commander nursing. history, SWAT, basketball- most
bitter sweet moment for me. drill team. improved, volleyball- rookie of te L f
Clubs/activities/awards: Future plans: Will-be going to Ashley Lynn Holtzclaw the year, JROTC military ball" am o
Beta-president; Florida Junior AIT (military) and then nursing Reflections: It feels like queen.
Academy of Science-secretary school. yesterday, I was Walking into Future plans: Enlist National D O
(10), FFA, advanced drama club, high school for the first time, Guard, apply at state hospital, H O ME FU R N I TO RE
Skills "USA," SWAT-'publicist iDarci Ann Hendricks now I'm graduating. Wow. attend Santa Fe College, transfer
leader "(9-10), Agricultural Reflectidfiis: TTI' best 'part Clubs/act~tts to a university. Da en SPam Sumt ,,
Communications team, of my school experience was SWAT, FBLA, baseball,
Agricultural Communications cheerleading and being able to Tigerettes. Darius Alexander Jackson 386-49063334
book publisher committee, spend time with great people. Future plans: Begin nursing, Reflections: It couldn't come
FFEA- held positions of Clubs/activities/awards: CNA to RN. quick enough. 7 M in S. L ler
secretary, vice-president, FFEA-served as vice-president Future plans: Attend college, 'I
;piesident, -parliamentarian, and secretary, SWAT, FFA, Heather Renae Holtzclaw possibly the Army.
JV cheerleading-captain .(10), cheerleading,. scholar athlete Reflections: Friends come and
Varsity cheerleading, captain, award (9-11). go but membories never fade. I See 2013, 7A
scholar athlete award 9-12, Miss Future plans: Attend Florida had quite the experience in high
U-Co High 2012, best dressed, Gateway College, RN. school but no regrets,just lessons
best overall' biological project learned.
science fair 2009, Suwannee'. Shane Austin Hendricks Clubs/activities/awards:
Waley science fair 11 ..place Reflections: It has been fun FFEA, FBLA.
zoology,- Society for In Vitro and has flown by. Future plans: Attend college,
Biology award, best overall Clubs/activities/awards: FFA major in business.
regional awaid for zoology, state 7-12, 11t place state cliampipn
science fair 3'r place (9), UF tractor operations, 7t in state Ray Leslie Horn
symposium Speaker (9),awarded livestock judging team, 4t1 in 'Reflections: High school was
the 'United States achievement state Ag mechanics, forestry tough but the challenge was
academy award national science team, environmental science worth it. It was a good 4 years. .
merit award, who's who among team, workhorse award, baseball, Clubs/activities/awards: Band,
all-American scholars award, top 2012 homecoming court. student leader, JROTC, FFEA,
Tiger (9-12), Outstanding math Future plans: Attend Florida treasurer, SWAT.
award, Outstanding performer Gateway College, police Future plans: Attend Santa Fe
award for drama, FFA- 1st in academy, become FWC game College, herpetology.
agricultural proficiency award, warden.
green-hand degree, chapter
degree, outstanding dance award 9
for cheerleading, 2011 band
dance award, cheerleading,
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2013 FBLA, 2nd place digital play football. degree, RN.
20 3 design, black history club, Kendrick Murray Langford Kierra Michelle Maxwell
Continued from 6A SWAT president, basketball, Miesha Jachelle Kendricks -Reflections: Learned many life Walter Joe Mabrey Reflections: My years in hig
cheerleading, track team. Clubs/activities/awards: lessons. Reflections: The best school have definitely tested my
Future plans: Attend ABSC, color guard. Clubs/activities/awards: FFA. memories of my high school faith and patience. There were
-Khliel Stefan Jackson college, major in business Future plans: Attend college, Future plans: Work for Clay years was signing a college many times When I didn't think I
Reflections: The excitement communications, become a pediatrician. Electric. scholarship and the birth of my had the incentive to finish. I thank
during my four years made high daughter and watching her grow, God, my family and my teachers"]
school great. Jerry Wayne Keller Joseph Seward Kent Blair Noel Lawson Clubs/activities/awards: for getting me through those ^
Clubs/activities/awards: "Reflections: I have so many Clubs/activities/awards: Reflections: My high school Track, weightlifting, football, rough times and encouraging me
Black history, SWAT, football, great memories with my friends SWAT, FFA, HOSA, JROTC, years have been great. I wouldn't Suwannee Conference MVP, 2nd to pursue my goals.
basketball. that will.sure last a lifetime.'And completed basic training Army change them for anything. I'm team all-state, 11t team Suwannee Clubs/a'ctivities/awards .
Future plans: Attend college, -like that, we're gone. Nation Guard 2012. sad it's ending yet excited about Conference. Health academy, HOSA
become music producer. Clubs/activities/awards: FCA, Future plans: Currently the future and what will happen. Future plans: .Attend treasurer, ASBC- chaplai
football team, 2nd all-state, in National Guard, pursuing Clubs/activities/awards: Limestone College for football FBLA, Beta, JFOL, mos
Teyona Artavia Jenkins offensive MVP (11h), basketball bachelors in homeland security. Anime club. and major in criminal justice., outstanding in earth space
Reflections: I am proud to be a team. Future plans: Work and travel. science, top performer in world
2013 UCHS graduate. Future plans: Attend college, Troy Leighton Kite Attend college for business, Shaimea Tyvon Maeweather cultural geography, top tiger in
Clubs/activities/awards: major in business administration, Reflections: The four years drafting and design. Reflections: Of everything algebra 1,A honor roll, certifiedr
I've been here were. a never I have been through in high EKG technician, transfer to UF,-Q
S o od FOUSe ending adventure. I will never Tanner Mackinzie Lemay school, the thing I will miss the major in psychology, minor ir~3
Seafood tls forget all of the great times I had Reflections: High school, it most is my career as a UCHS music.
4LV--r -- / with my friends.. has been'real. basketball player.,
Av Clubs/activities/awards: Clubs/activities/awards: FFA- Cl-ubs/activiti es/awards: Hailey Jordan McRee '
315 N. Lake Ave 386-496-3700 FFA, baseball team, 2012 state. held positions ofparliamentarian, JROTC- cadet challenge award, Reflections: Over the past four",
Lake Buter, FL champions, 2012 defensive vice-president and president, assistant staff officer, basketball years I have been so involved at"i
player of the year., parliamentary .procedure state team- team captain, MVP of UCHS and in my class. Though'
iThe Restaurant on the Lake" Future plans: Attend Santa Fe finalist, academic award, food .the year 11-12, 1st team all- the heartbreak, tears, laughterV
College, work for GRU, then science team state and national Suwannee Conference,'l team and love, our class has made itp1
J "R plans to marry. finalist, food science team coach, all-irea Gainesville Sun, 2n team through stronger than ever. 4u
Sg-reen hand. aW6 Y'"ldcovery all-state 1"i ieamrialstte 2012 we wailk across the stage we-
q|[:- i--- "* Megan Nicole Lhit-man award, Phi Theta Kapipa'it ational distit ctiampi6ishipieam20 wilialways'remain as one body'
Reflections: I may not have honor society, softball team, regional championship team, united through UCHS.
461.. ofa 2013,! been very active in sports or varsity cheerleading, honor'roll 2012 final four, 2012 Suwannee Clubs/activities/awards:-'
clubs but I enjoyed supporting 9-12. Conference champions, 2013 HOSA-historian and vice-"'
all of my friends that did. I will Future plans: Transfer to UF regional championship team, president, SWAT- leadership:
Catering Available miss it. in fall to complete degree in food 2013 final four, 2012 Suwannee committee, Skills USA/ASBC,;-
Join Us for DAILY SPECIALS Futu'e plans: Attend college, science and human nutrition, conference'MVP, 2013 scholar held office of reporter and vice&0
oin for DAILY S CIAL major in human resources, join athlete award, president, student government-V1
the air force. Cheyenne Nicole Lesch Future plans: Attend college at president and vice-presidentf'
S.......Clubs/activities/awards: Florida Southern College, major school plays, 1st place regional
ASBC historian, in mechanical engineering. HOSA competition, healthi-:4-
Future plans: Attend Santa Fe academy, senior superlative-
College, continue education in Zachary Chandler Mann most dependable, prom queen.
South Carolina, major in sports Reflections: I livedand leaned Future plans: Attend Florida'"
medicine. and now I'm on to the next Gateway College, bachelor's-'
chapter in my life. degree, RN. Specialize in laboii
Jessica Lynn Loznicka Clubs/activities/awards: and delivery.
SReflections: My high school Football, leadership team, .all
experience has been an enjoyable Suwannee conference, QB 2nd Kassandra Lee Medina l'v
one full of great times and great team, weightlifting, 2nd place 199 Reflections: Through my highl
90 memories.- class Suwannee conference meet, school years, the memories haves'
S Clubs/activities/awards: football team captain, iron man been greatat times and at others I'"
HOSA, student government award, scholar athlete, Clarence learned from my mistakes. .
][i officer 9-11, student body Brown award. Clubs/activities/awardsj:'
treasurer, voted most likely to Future plans: Attend college SWAT, Tigerettes- voted bestf"
succeed- senior superlative. playing football, major in attitude and most dependable. s'
Future plans: Attend Florida exercise science and minor in Future plans: Attend Santa Fe.
Gateway College, .earn AS sports management. College, find employment. "'
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Drayton Shealy Tiandra Sirmones available) Ashley Smith Mikayla Speer Alexis Spriggle
0'13 Future plans: Plan to seek FFA sdcretary, food. science, Reflections: High School has Clubs/activities/awards: grade, Miss UCO High pageant
013 employment at War-Mart 16& in nation gold individual, been a blessing. +From making HOSA, SWAT, BETA, ASBC miss congeniality.
ntlnued from 7A Warehouse. parliamentary procedure, 9th in new friends to being a part of 2 (skills USA), Sunshine State Future plans: Florida Gateway
nation highest\ average test district champ sports teams. Scholar. College, University of Florida,
imework was tedious, and Tyler Benjamin Norman scores, earned parliamentary Clubs/activities/awards: FFA, Future plans: Cqntinue.college Degree in medicine.
exams were ridiculous but Reflections: This was just a accreditation, ASBC, ASBC softball-Suwannee Conference at Florida Gateway College (has
Stiy amazing friends made it all preparation for life. secretary, FCIA, BETA, MVP, volleyball- 1" team attended 2 years), transfer to a Caitlin McRay Shealy
rth i Clubs/activities/awards: cheerleading, co-captain, miss Suwannee Conference, 1st team university. Reflections: Time has gone
luisctivities/awards: FBLA, tennis-MVP, football- UCO high competition talent all-area, final four. by too fast but I will cherish the
utur plans: Attend Florida special team's player of the year winner, best interview, 1" runner Future plans: Attend Polk State Sean Allen Sellers memories forever.
ristian College in the fall. Future plans: Pursue a degree. up. College in Lakeland on softball Clubs/activities/awards: _Clubs/activities/awards: Band-
rwards, enter the Peace Future plans: Attend Liberty scholarship, become physical Strategy game club, anime club. solo and ensemble rated superior,
Rrps. and teach Englishin ,Shayla Aline Oakes University, major in music therapist. Future plans: Attend Florida state band concert competition,
^ rica?. Reflections: Although I have education. Gateway College, architectural SWAT, top tiger, hono' roll,
only been here one year, I am Chelsea Anne Roberts or video game design. freshman princess, teacher cadet
Scarlett Ashley Mines glad to graduate as a Tiger. There Molly Jean Pope Reflections: These past four princess.
,, Reflections: are. so many amazing people Reflections: Don't give up. years have been the best. I am Nicole Hayley Shaw Future plans: Attend Florida
Clubs/acfivities/awards: here and I wouldn't trade the Push for what you want. going to miss high school. Reflections: Spending the last Gateway College, AA degree,
.Marching band, concert band, experience for anything. Clubs/activities/awards: Clubs/activities/awards: FFA, four years at UCHS has helped transfer to culinary school to
:"SWAT, JROTC, FCA, TSA, .Future plans: Join the military, Weightlifting, SWAT. SWAT, black history, varsity me make lifetime memories with open restaurant.
,'educational talent search, pursue childhood dream of basketball- captain. many teachers and staff. I have.
',.earbook staff, student council, phptography. Marina Rose Ramos Future plans: Attend college. enjoyed high school and I am Drayton KyleShealyi
64iss. vice president, student Reflections: In my four years excited to begin my future. Reflections: The past' four
opdy secretary, academic team, Laris Dale Paige of high school, my best friend Santos Anthony Rodriguez Clubs/activities/awards: FFA, years have been a memory'that
'"" OL, dual enrollment, UCHS ReflectionsfThe last four years and I had a lot of good times. Reflections: High school was HOSA, HOSA president and will never be forgotten. .
.office aide, student leader, FBA were awesome but one thing I I'm going to miss her.so much fun for me with no sleep and presidentelect,ASBC, HbSA2nd Clubs/activities/awards:
,. ,arching competition straight will always remember is my last after we go our separate ways to taking too manyclasses,involved place medical spelling, SWAT, FFA, baseball team- 2012 state
Ssuperior rating, FBA concert high school football game. different colleges. in too much stuff, and missing health academy, Tigerettes,
competition straight superior Clubs/activities/awards: Clubs/activities/awards: too many days, and a war with cheerleading, senior athlete See 2013 9A
rating for district, "A" honor roll SWAT. Football, 1t all-area Marching band,Tigerettes, senior procrastination. I don't expect award, Tigerettes best'attitude in
NSHSS, Norh Florida hohor?~'a-d, 2"l' statl ~ teatrtti; trackl. superlatiet-"most changed. much to change'foraeoiege. -":' Z z=.
bnd- member, two published-;'t asitbitl1 team-: Future 'plaiis: Attend Santa" b Cliub sliittiie'tVils7 :s- ~O t he:s ,
newspaper articles in UCT, Most Future plans: Attend Miles Fe College, major in physical FBLA, FBLA secretary, student 0 ::i
.improved 6and player award. College, study sports medicine, therapy. government, secretary and G I ator
Future plans: Attend Santa student body president, National ( Whole House Generator
-Fe College, AA degree, transfer DeantLeray Parrish Amber Rena Regar Spanish Honor Society, vice S c
toa university for a bachelor's Reflections: High School was Reflections:- I remember my president, president, black Sales & Service
gree. definitely a fun time and a huge senior year the best.I will always history club, president, SWAT, Full Iine of Ap liances
learning experience but I can't reMne~iber my best friend. outreach. coordinator, NationalI l
Christopher Steven Morton wait to get out in the real world Clubs/lactivities/awards: English Honor Society, JROTC, Sales & Service -
Reflections.: Learned many life and experience new things, SWAT, FBLA- historian and s-5 public affairs officer, Tennis,
lessons.. Clubs/activities/awards: FFA. "Autism Speaks" speaker, most regional science fair, best in fair iii mG C
SFuture plans: attend college Future plans: Attend Santa Fe achieving award, contestant of award, 3rd place Florida state G
apd get a job. College, radiography. Miss U-Co High. science andW engineering fair, ,W
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SQuantrell D'Angelo Myles Kyrsten Taylor Parsels Gateway College. West" Point. AJROTC cadet of 386 4963725 4031 S.W. SR-121 Lake Butler
o"n' Reflections: It has been a lot of Reflections: The last four years the month, International science
high school'experiences and it's have flown by. I have no regrets Caroline Deanne Rimes fair.
.'ne to let the memories go. walking out of this schol.. They Reflections: Great memories Future plans: College, receive
'"' Clubs/activities/awards: weren't kidding when they say were made. two bachelor's degrees -in
o'"'agketball team,football team. these are the best years of our Cubs/activities/awards: Jazz biomedical engineering and
Future plans: Continue lives, band, symphonic band, marching Portuguese, receive medical
working while attending college, Future plans: Attend college in band, volley ball- captain, scholar degree in pathology, PhD in
transfer to Maryland to play Jacksonville, physical therapy. athlete award,outstandingserver. genetics, career as a medical
^,t lotball. Future plans: Complete AA at research scientist.
.Danielle Nichole Pate Santa Fe College, transfer to a
l fim Reflections: I am so thankful University to pursue BS degree 2 0
.Zachery Maines Nettles to have been a part of UCHS. in digital arts and design. Dana Seager
Reflections: Over high School Many memories were shared, Reflections: I am happy to be
my favorite memories would be and friends were made. Thank Harlee Chyenne Rimes out.
hanging out with friends, getting .yoWr to all of the' teachers and
engaged to my girlfriend and staff and the Union County
passing the ACT so that I could School Board that made my four
graduate. years at UCHS the best that they
Clubs/activities/awards: FFA, could be. '
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Gregory Tucker Courtney Walsh Haylee West Victoria Whiteley Christine Wight Brittney Williams :
201 I plan to be. High school builds guys. things.
Alexis Leighann Smith, stepping stones out of laughter. Clubs/activities/awards: Clubs/activities/awards:.
Continued from BA Reflections: My high school and tears, giving you a pathway FFA, FBLA, HOSA, SWAT, JROTC
years were great. I had a lot of to the future. cheerleading, scholar athlete Future plans: Joined the Army.
championship. fun and really enjoyed it. Clubs/activities/awards: FFA. award.
Future plans: Attend college, Clubs/activities/awards: FFA. Future plans: Continue Future plans: Attend nursing Courtney Ann Walsh
AA degree. Future plans: Attend Florida Education. school. Reflections: High school had
Gateway College, physical been some of the best memories
Tiandra Marie Sirmones therapy. Alexis Rae' Spriggle Austin Donnie Thomas I could ask for, the drama, tears,
Reflections: I enjoyed all Reflections: Though I would Reflections: High school smiles, and the craziness, I
four years at UCHS and made Ashley Marie Smith do a lot of things different, I was a blast for ane, I have great wouldn't want to spend my years
so many memories. I'll miss Reflections: I met great people really had a great high school memories and had a great time. any other way. I'm. so sad it has
homecoming week the most, and had fun these past fouryears. experience, I have learned a lot Clubs/activities/awards: to end, but I'm so happy for the
they were thevbest. Clubs/activities/awards: and ready to face the real world.. Football, scholar athlete of the future.
Clubs/activities/awards: Business program 10-11, Clubs/activities/awards: year, senior superlative class Clubs/activities/awards:
: FBLA, black history, SWAT, certified in Microsoft programs. FBLA,SWAT, softball, 2"d team clown. Student government, vice-.
SWAT president, 1. place Future Future plans: Cosmetology all-Suwannee conference, week Future plans: Win the lottery. president, president, ASBC, Garrett Worth
C Business Leader competition, 2nd school, move to Panama. 5 winner MVP burger, defensive FFA, SWAT, swat leadership
place introduction to business, player of the year, Floridaathletic Myles Casey Thomas committee, HOSA, health for all of the friends, family,
black history club secretary, Mikayla Renee Speer coach's association all district 2nd Reflections: This year was academy, cheerleading team, blessings, and memories.
FBLA treasurer, cheerleading, -Reflections: From the first team, scholar athlete of the year the greatest year of my life and scholar athlete award, co- Club.s/activities/awatds:
junior princess, SWAT queen, time you walk in to the doors of Future plans: Join the wouldn't change it for the world. captain, weightlifting team, held Marching symphonic nd,
miss BOCA. UCHS,to the last timeyou walk Air Force, Attend college, Clubs/activities/awards: the 101 weightlifting record 9- jazz band, superior ratings in
Future plans: Work, Attend out of them, you are a changed Occupatiqnal therapist Football, weightlifting, awarded 11, basketball team, captain, 2nd marching and symphonic band,
Florida Gateway College, person. The past four years have top tiger. team all Suwannee con:erence, superior rating in jazz band, on
cosmetology. taught me who I am and also who Amber Kristine Templeton Future plans: Attend college scholar athlete award basketball, talent show, oboe solo superior
Reflections: High school was for automotive paint and body. senior superlative most rating.
pClae i o ateatia. ea ton of fun for me. I've been outgoing, homecoming queen, Future plans: St tson'
yable to learn so much and have Christopher Kevin Thornton UCA all American cheerleader, University, Music educaion/
F. Bt t.oar he naAe oe a chance to get prepared for what' Reflections: I have enjoyed sstudent talent search. performance, professional
my future holds. Thanks to all growing up in a small, town and Future plans: Obtain CNA, musician or teach music.
theteachers and staff who have going. top,Sch9pp|Wheyej so mui h., atten, FJprida Gateway College,
miO"CA. UC helped alorng;th: a iy, Ilove you .It'alloes ;you s tidevelop morals LPN, tranfer ,to FSUbachelors ,.- ,Brittney Nichole Willigs
r p W A and standards but aty the same in registered nursing. Reflections: The past foui
Fl Tetime prepares you for real life, years have been the. best yeas
Sand whatever road you choose to HayleeChyene West of my life. No matter where life
Stake. Reflections: The last four takes me, I will always be purple
SClubs/activities/awards: FFA,o years at UCHShave made me m and gold.: .
ble to enSo muh an gifted program, football, team who I am today. The friends, Cibs/aciities/awa s:
S captain, scholar, athlete award, memories, and experiences I've HOSA FA, SWAT, cheerle er.
tVSt ironman award, weightlifting, made are unimaginable. Fltuire plans: Attend Florida
state qualifier in, weightlifting Clubs/activities/awards: FFA, Gateway College, LPN.
-, i. ... -i h d at eyo lta12lh, homecoming court, class student government, H OSA,: '
. With your diploma as sugt flskills/ASBC, health academy, :,.arrett William Worth
momemtum, grads, Future plans: Attend Stetson tennis, Tigerettes. Reflections: Deciding., to
SI.tYATT strive for the best o University, competitive .Future plans: Attend Florida attend UCHS was one of the
o ngrLa .a! ^ and weightlifter, major in business, Gateway College, RN, specialize best decisions of my life. I have
WU nul DRII.uI.uING UfratU Wa to o .attend law school, become a in labor and delivery. enjoyed my four years in Union
W DRM iILLINGU Itdra/s/ t he defense attorney. County.
Se 38b-B-2 Victoria Lehn Whiteley Clubs/activities/awikds:
cti-28 Dalton Chase Townsend Reflections: High school is ASBC, FFA, FCA, fooballe,
ss of2013... Reflections: My time at UCHS but one chapter in my life story. basketball, weightlifting, junior
|icNAPsed& Insured was a blessing, wouldn't trade I thank God for the lessons I've class prince, homecoming king,
Sa s a nd Service for the experience for anything. learned and I trust him to guide class superlative bestl all
Well Drillin A A Clubs/activities/awards: FFA, my footsteps into my future. around.
Well Drilling NAPA A tomove baseball, State championship Clubs/activities/awards: Future plans: Florida Gateway
PumaP trtv Eqri ent bas eball team, golf team. FFA, livestock judging, HOSA, College, FSU, major in political.
Water Treatment 675 E 6th St Lake Buter i 1 Future plans: Attend Florida cheerleading, scholar athlete, science, minor in criminal
5941 SWSR-121 Lake Butler, FL 3864962345 \ Gateway College, transfer to regional science fair, state FFA justice, FBI,
'AUniversity of Florida. convention.
S125 SW 6th Ave. Future plans: Attend College,
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Insured ~lt SsLake But oor Reflctorensry Rustle I as aC degree in education;
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the following described property as JACOB A, SERVAY AND UNKNOWN INTERSECTION WITH THE RIGHT Commission Meeting Room, City reasonable accommodations to,
set forth in said Final Judgment: TENANTS/OWNERS, OF WAY LINE OF A CUL- DE SAC Hall, located at 200 Southwest First participate in this proceeding should"
L T LOT(S) 8, BLOCK B, PROVIDENCE Defendants. HAVING A 50 FOOT RADIUS AT Street, Lake Butler, Florida. Copies contact 352.463.3169 (Voice &
EL VILLAGE, PHASE II, ACCORDING NOTICE OF SALE THE NORTHERLY TERMINUS OF of said ordinance may be inspected TDD) or via Florida Relay Service
TO PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED Notice is hereby given, pursuant A 60 FOOT COUNTY MA!NTAINED by any member of the public at the 800.955.8771. ,
IN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE(S) 17, OF to Final Judgment of Foreclosure PAVED ROAD (SE 163 Rr' ND); Office of the City Manager in the City 5/30 tchg-UC
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF UNION for Plaintiff entered in this cause on THENCE RUN SOUTHWESTERLY Hall, at 200 Southwest First Street,
COUNTY, FLORIDA. March 27, 2013, in the Circuit Court ALONG THE ARC OF SAID CUL- Lake Butler, Florida, during regular NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF
TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN of Union County, Florida. I will sell the DE-SAC, A DISTANCE OF 82.80 business hours. On the date, time ORDINANCE BY THE CITY
UCT LEGALS 5/30 MOBILE HOME LOCATED property situated in Union County, FEET AS MEASURED ALONG and place first above mentioned, COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF:
E RE THEREON AS A FIXTURE AND Florida described as: THE ARC OF A CURVE CONCAVE all interested persons may appear LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA ,
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 2005, FLEETWOOD, VIN# LAND SITUATED IN THE COUNTY RADIUS OF 50.00 FEET; SAID ARC ordinance, an ordinance, which title hereinafter
DIVISION: Any person claiming an interest in SITUATE INSECTION7, TOWNSHIP OF 73.66 FEET; THENCE RUN OF TEN OR LESS ACRES OF 5:15 p.m., or as soon thereafter as
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA, Plaintiff, the surplus from the sale, if any, other 6 SOUTH, RANGE 20 EAST, UNION SOUTH 89 DEGREES 43 MINUTES LAND TO THE FUTURE LAND USE the matter can be heard, in-the City"
vs: than the property owner as of the COUNTY, FLORIDA; BEING MORE 13 SECONDS WEST, A DISTANCE PLAN MAP OF THE CITY OF LAKE Commission Meeting Room, City,;
LEAVY S. ROBINSON, et al, date of the Lis Pendens must file a PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS OF 10.17 FEET; THENCE RUN BUTLER COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, Hall, located at 200 Southwest First.
Defendant(s). claim within sixty (60) days after the FOLLOWS: NORTH 01 DEGREE 10 MINUTES PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION, Street, Lake Butler, Florida. Copies:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN this Court on May 15, 2013. EASTERLY RIGHT-OF WAY LINE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 43 MINUTES UNDER THE AMENDMENT Office of the City Manager in the City,.
pursuant to an Order Rescheduling Kellie Hendricks Connell OF STATE ROAD NO. 231 WITH 13 SECONDS WEST A DISTANCE PROCEDURES ESTABLISHED IN Hall, at 200 Southwest First Street,'
Fqreclosure Sale dated May 15, Clerk of the Circuit Court THE NORTH LINE OF THE SOUTH OF 199.89 FEET TO THE POINT OF SECTIONS 163.3161 THROUGH Lake Butler, Florida, during regular;
2013 and entered in Case NO. Crystal Norman 1/2 OF GOVERNMENT LOT7. SAID BEGINNING. 163.3248, FLORIDA STATUTES, business hours. On the date, time;-
'63'-2010-CA-000022 of the Circuit Deputy Clerk SECTION 7, AND RUN NORTH SUBJECT TO A 60 FOOT AS AMENDED; PROVIDING. and place first above mentioned,,.
Court of the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit Ronald R Wolfe & Associates, P.L. 83 DEGREES 53 MINUTES 11 EASEMENT FOR INGRESS, FOR A CHANGE IN LAND all interested persons may appear
in and for UNION County. Florida P.O. Box 25018 SECONDS EAST ALONG SAID EGRESS AND UTILITIES. USE CLASSIFICATION FROM and be heard with respect to the'.
wherein WELLS FARGO BANK, Tampa, Florida 33622-5018 NORTH LINE OF THE SOUTH and commonly known as: 7667 S.E. RESIDENTIAL, LOW DENSITY ordinance. ,-
NA, is the Plaintiff and LEAVY S. "See Americans with Disabilities Act HALF OF GOVERNMENT LOT 7 163 RD PLACE, LAKE BUTLER, (LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO TWO ORDINANCE NO. 2013-02
MATILDA J. MCRAE; ANY AND ALL Disabilities Act, persons with THE SOUTH 1/2 OF GOVERNMENT appurtenances, and fixtures located AND. RESIDENTIAL, MODERATE OF LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA,-.
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING disabilities requesting reasonable LOT. 8. SECTION 7. A DISTANCE therein, at public sale, to the highest, DENSITY (LESS THAN OR EQUAL AMENDING THE OFFICIAL ZONING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND accommodations to- participate in OF 1601.20 FEET; THENCE RUN and best bidder, for cash, on July 25, TO FOUR DWELLING UNITS PER ATLAS OF THE CITY OF LAKE;
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE (Voice or TDD) or via Florida Relay OF 1321.61 FEET TO THE in the surplus from the sale, if any, CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE REZONING OF LESS THAN TEN.,
SERVICES, INC.; CHASE BANK- COUNTY LOT 5. SECTION. 7, A'DISTANCE Crystal Norman to one or more future dates. Any SECTIONS 163.3161 THROUGH
USA, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION; CIVIL DIVISION OF-227.59 FEET, THENCE NORTH Deputy Clerk interested party shall be advised that 163.3248, FLORIDA STATUTES,..
are the Defendants, The Clerk of the Case No. 63-2012-CA-000011 01 DEGREE 10 MINUTES 17 Nicholas J. Roefaro the dates, times and places of any AS AMENDED; PROVIDING FOR"
Cburt will sell to the highest and best Division SECONDS WEST, 889.63 FEET; (813)229-0900x1484 continuation of the public hearing REZONING FROM RESIDENTIAL,;,
bidder for cash at FRONT DOOR WELLS FARGO BANK.N.A. THENCERUN NORTH89 DEGREES Kass Shuler, P.A. shall be announced during the public SINGLE FAMILY-1 (RSF-1) AND
OF THE MIDDLE OF THE UNION Plaintiff, 43 MINUTES 13 SECONDS EAST, P.O. Box 800 hearing and that no further notices RESIDENTIAL, SINGLE FAMILY-2
COUNTY COURTHOUSE at 11:00 vs. A DISTANCE OF 215,04 FEET TO Tampa, FL33601-0800 regarding the matter will be published, (RSF-2) TO COMMERCIAL;,'
AM, on the 27th day of June, 2013, THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF 5/30 2tchg 6/6-UCT unless said continuation exceeds six GENERAL (CG) OF CERTAIN.;
Th p thh I Td NORTH 01 DEGREE 10 MINUTES ORDINANCE BY THE CITY All persons are advised that, if they BUTLER, FLORIDA; PROVIDING,
T e Pat s ,iTrave ed. i17 SECONDS WEST, A DISTANCE COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF decide to appeal any decisions made SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL
OF 335.50 FEET; THENCE RUN LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA at this public hearing, they will need ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND.
While seeking to please God one often finds oneself in the NORTH 86 DEGREES 12 MINUTES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a record of the proceedings and, PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE !
minority. Jesus tells us to, "Enter by the narrow gate; for wide 48 SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE an ordinance, which title hereinafter for such purpose, they may need to The public hearing may be continuedt
OF 260.06 FEET; THENCE RUN appears, will be considered for ensure that a verbatim record of the to one or more future dates. Anyi
is the gate and broad is the way that leads to destruction and SOUTH 01 DEGREE 10 MINUTES enactment by the City Commission proceedings is made, which record, interested party shall be advised that!
there are many who go in by it. Because narrow is the gate and 56 SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE of the City of Lake Butler, Florida, at includes the testimony and evidence the dates, times and places of any;
e Oye F 737.50 FEET TO A POINT ON a public hearing on June 10, 2013 at upon which the appeal is to be based, continuation of the public hearing,
difficult is the way which leads to life, and there are few who THE ARC OF A CURVE CONCAVE 5:15 p.m., or as soon thereafter as shall be announced during the public
find it" (Matthew 7:13-14). The path leading to destruction is SOUTHEASTERLY AT THE the matter can be heard, in the City Persons with disabilities requesting hearing and that no further notices
regarding the matter will be published,
traveled by many. It has few restrictions. It is broad and thus it unless said continuation exceeds sid
does not take much effort to travel on it. The path leading to calendar weeks from the date of the.
above referenced public heanng.
eternal life is narrow and traveled by a few. It has restrictions All persons are advised that, if they
and requires one to make sacrifices.' It is only traveled by those decide to appealany decisions made,
at this public hearing, they will need
who are willing to "Strive to enter" (Luke 13:24). Which path a record of the, proceedings and,'
are you on? The lath you are traveling now determines where for such purpose, they may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the
you will end.up spending eternity. Choose the path that leads to If you wear a full or partial denture, you should consider dental proceedings is made, which record
life! includes the testimony and evidence'
li! implants to improve you ability to chew properly for your health. upon which the appeal is to be based.
Danville Church of Christ Ovpr 20 years experience placing Persons with disabilities requesting-
riOv:r 20 yearsT experience placing reasonable accommodations to
.8704 -SW SR 121, Lake Butler, FL and restoring implants. participate in this proceeding should
386-496-3880 > contact 352.463.3169 (Voice &
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Savannah Tollefsrud. with them at all times. If a guest Bingo night friends ay
School District Information grade students must be dropped The newest 150-point book leaves the reserved seating area, fundraiser set Ma nolia
off at the elementary school no club members are: Akira Jonas they must present the ticket for fundrr set, Magnolia
Students will have early later than, 7:55 a.m. Do not take and Ciara Woodall. re-entry. Attendees with reserve A bake sale will be held Missionary
release beginning Wednesday, your child directly to the UCHS The newest 500-point book tickets should enter at the gated Saturday, June 15, from 8 a.m. The Rev. Henry Ortiz and the:
June 5-7. auditorium. Teachers will begin club member is: Jared Philbrick. entrance on the south end of the until sold out. Magnolia Missionary Baptist
loading buses immediately home stands. Church family will be celebrating
Lake Butler Elementary after the tardy bell rings at 8 Lake Butler Middle School Guests will have the chance to Bingo night is set for Friday, Churfamily wil be celebratin
a.m. .After dropping students Monday, June 3, will be 5-6 take pictures after the graduation June 28, from 6 to 9 p.m. at the June 16, at 11 a.m. The speaker
School off, parents may proceed to the grade field day. ceremony. Only the professional Worthington Springs Community for the hour will be Rev. Gregbry
UCHS auditorium and begin Tuesday, June 4, will be 7e gor
arvery week LBo u teacher UCHS auditorium and begin Tuesday, June 4, will be 7-8 photographer will be permitted Center. All ages are invited to Haile from Starke. Everyone is
cae given the opportunity to seating. The awards ceremony is grade field day. to walk on the field during the attend. All proceeds benefit the welcome to attend. This will be:
cose at least one student in scheduled to begin at 8:30 a.m. June 5-7 are early release days. ceremony and will take a photo a dress down service.
teir class to be the Tiger Cub. Medicine- For safety reasons, The 5'h grade award ceremony of each graduate as they walk seniors of Worthington Springs.
Students are chosen based on any medicine that has not been will be Wednesday, June 5, at across the stage. Activity programsarealsoheld Ole Cnt
behavioracademic excellence picked up prior to the last day 8:15 a.m. The 6th grade award In the event of bad weather, MA y progams are also held le Cou
Sor ib plrovement. Last weeks of school will be destroyed. If ceremony will follow at 10:15 the reserved seating tickets will Moday and Wednesa ys a Church
tiger cubs were: Layla Barber, you have any questions, please a.m. On Thursday, June 6, the be used as the alternative plan. a.m. to 3 .m. A variety of games Ole' Country Church in
yson Cdiron yla rowe contact Diane Sweat at 386-496- 7th grade awards program will Guests will present the tickets are a le Nsive Brooker invites all to Sunday
Yasmine Givens, NatalieHeaton 4113. be at 8 a.m. The 8 grade awards at 8 p.m. at the high school gym alsservices at 11 a.m. The churchh
Jasmin James, Derrick Mann, The 50-point book club is program will be at 9:15 a.m. rather than the stadium. Only meals aris also available to looking forsomeone
Eric Marshall, Call McMahan designed to acknowledge LBES' Followed by a BBQ cookout those in possession of the reserve who desires to work for the'
Miranda Martin, Layne Moore, top readers in the accelerated 10:30 a.m. seating graduation tickets will Lord. A piano player, praise:'
Christopher Peraino, Jameson reader program. be allowed entry into the gym and worship leader and guitar.,
Ttstone, Barrn Walden, Conn The newest 50-point book Union County High School due to the limited seating. Once Dental Bus. player are needed. Call 386-49
Williams and Caleb Zapp. club members are: Carenna The Union High School admitted, guests will sit in the ch d l3669 or 352-745-6253 for more
4th 9-weeks honor roll Alexander, Megan Bonesio, DJ. graduation will be held at .the bleachers and must keep tickets hed le information.
cemonies will be held in Castleberry, Jeremiah Denmark, football stadium Friday, May 31, with them at all times This new patients
LBEScaeraM dyJ Castleberry, Jeremiah Denmark, football stadium Friday, May 31, procedpre prevents any dly orPeeo m a c
LBES cafeteria Monday, June 3, Autumn Friel, Keaton Holmes, at 8 p.m. The gates will open at procedure prevents anydelays or Peform ance
1st grade at 8:10 a.m. 2nd grade EmmaJeffers,Alex Locke, Rylie 6 p.m. for public seating in the postponing ofthe ceremony. The Baker County Dental ,
at 9:10 a.m. and 3rd grade at Parrish, Colby Peacock, Jackson stands and graduate reserved Water and drinks will be sold Bus will be parked at the Union' set
10:10 a.m.Carter. Roberts, Eli seating onthe track. at the concession stand. County Health Department the
100The Inderare c n Perkins Carter Roberts, Eli eating on thtra n cKely Christie Dance Academ'
Te kindergarten cemony Roberts, Konner Rossiter,Alyssa Each graduating student will If you have any questions, second week of every month y.
Wll be held Wednesday, June 5, Rugg, Roberto Saravia, Lilyann receive four reserve-seating contact the front office at 386- during the school summer break. presents "Born for this.
a a.m. If you wish to continue your Involving nearly 1001
hefourth grade end-ofthe- Saul and EmileeWebbertickets for the track. Tickets 496-3040. to contin community members, KCD
heThe newest 100-point book are available for pick-up at the child's dental needs, call the
year awards ceremony will be club members are: Ella Dicks, front off available for pick-up at the Baker County Health Department students, professional dancers
hd Friday, May 31,in the UCHS club members are: Ella Dicks, front office of the high school at 1-866-617-8708 or 904-259- and musicians, this performance'
aditorium. For attendance an l annah she i 3 May 31. A parent 6291 ext. 2291 to check for is set for Saturday, June 8,2 p.m.
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B Section Thursday, May 30, 2013 FEATURES


SA love of kids and creativity

Regional News/Sports Editor
Joy Norman believes drawings
can be expressions of how the
artists behind them are freling,
but one doesn't need to look at a w
drawing to know that whenever 4
Norman is at Starke Elementary
School, she's happy.
"Who couldn't like this?"
she asked a Telegraph-Times-
Monitor writer as a second-
grader proudly showed off one
of his drawings to Norman.
Norman shares her lifelong
love of drawing with students
at Starke Elementary, where she
has been volunteering for the past
five years. The school does not
offer art as part of its curriculum,
but Norman has stepped in to fill
Retired Lt. Col. Jim Bloodworth (foreground) speaks about the Korean War at the btat void
Camp Blanding Memorial Day observance Pictured n the background are Chaplain "It's her talent," Starke
Billy Stroud and Lt. Col. Gray Johnson. Elementary Principal I ynn
Melvin said. "She's willing to
Korea remembered in Blandingt he stimeandshare.thatwit
SIt's no burden for the 71-year-
Memorial Dayceremony old Norman. She said working
with the students truly makes her
Y C F day.
BY CLIFF SMELLEY invasion of South Korea were partitioning of Korea at the 38h "This is great," she said. "This
Regional News/Sports Editor underway, parallel, the Soviet Union had is what I love."
"While all that was taking brought in a tremendous amount ran a e rt
During a time set aside to place;" Bloodworth said, of military equipment and battle volunteered to teach childrenart
remember those who gave their alluding to the aftermath of war hardened soldiers from the v
lives in service of this country, in Germany, "Kim II-sung, an Manchurian area to build and when she was 28 or 29 and living
Jim Bloodworth, a retired avowed Korean Communist, had in Miami. Her daughter was in Starke Elementary second-grader Triston Kelly shows
lieutenant colonel, asked the been placed as the puppet master off his drawing to volunteer art teacher Joy Normah.
crowd at Camp Blanding Joint for North Korea. Ever since the See KOREA, 2B See ART,
Training Center's Memorial Day
observance to especially think of
those who fought in a war that
they were really unprepared for.
Bloodworth, the featured
speaker at the Camp Blanding
observance, spoke of the Korean
War, which he was a part of.
Though he knew, something ; .
about the country and what was
going on there, many others
"Today, think back to more than
60 years ago about the suffering
our troops went through in some
of the coldest winter conditions
you can imagine and. some of
the hottest," Bloodworth. said.
"Also,;traveling in a country that
was mostly straight up or straight
down, made mostly of rock.
"I think you'll appreciate more
the services those individuals
gave, with many of them having
absolutely no idea what Korea A new chapter in health care.
Standing in front of the
Camp Blanding Memorial
Park's Korean. War monument,
Bloodworth talked of the time
leading up to the war. Eyes
were focused on Germany in
the aftermath of World War II,
and the U.S. had units scattered Z
throughout Germany, totaling
less than 90,000 individuals,
Bloodworth said. (Hundreds-
of thousands of .soldiers would
occupy a particular area of
Germany during the war,
Bloodworth said.)
Meanwhile, plans for the ..

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Holy Land trip full of memories .or
IWith the Korean
SWar beingphe
for Starke pastor, wife mofin theCa
of the Camp
Special to the Telegraph- observance,
Times-Monitor veterans of
Dr. Don veterans of
S othat war were
For Don McGarity, pastor McGarity, asked to stand
of Starke's First Presbyterian pastor of First kfor recognitaon.
Church, the highlight of his Presbyterian Those i
re6ent trip to the Holy Land Church of recognised
was unexpected moments of Starke, and his ncluded Glenn
fellowship with other Christians, wife, Bonnie,left of
even in parts of the world that are enjoyed Fox et) o
predominantly Muslim. unexpected Heights and
McGarity and wife Bonnie moments of Carl Wing of
took a cruise that featured ports fellowship with Palm Coast.
of call in Cyprus, Turkey and other Christians
Israel earlier this year. They are during a trip to
experienced travelers, with more the Holy Land.
than 20 overseas trips under Korean War, citing the fact that to an economic powerhouse
their belts. After twice cancelingr t 33,652 U.S. service members in a democratically operated
planned trips to Barcelona and were killed. .government. Hopefully, that will
Venice due to family illness, Continued from 1B "It cost us a lot,"'Bloodworth continue.
they decided on visiting the Holy the radio. He told them the radio tour guide asked him to read said before adding, "We did do "Today, we owe a great debt to
Land instead. station belonged to his son, and applicable passages from the establsh a strong North Korean one thing. We contained that those individuals who served in
Despite regular reports of that they were Christians. His Bible at a number of holy army." aggression. We saw South Korea Korea and suffered and died for
hostilities in Israel, "it never uha he w as e ts ie reThe conditions were right for delvelop from a primitive place what we believed in."
hostilities i raelitnever church, he said, was right across sites, including the Garden of the invasion of South Korea on
entered my mind to be fearful," the street. Gethsemane, as well the places June 25, 1950.
said Bonnie. "When you looked' A similar surprise encounter where the Sermon on the Mount "The South Korean army was
)ut on the Golan Heights, it took place in Turkey. The and the miracle of the loaves very small," Bloodworth said.a Tw n Th tr
'eemed so peaceful." McGaritys' guide, a Christian and fishes are thought to have "All of our troops had been Floa n Theatre
SYet even during their visit, who had been once healed of occurred. withdrawn in 1949, so we had
attacks continued. cancer, asked for prayers because Don said the trip made many of no major military force there to f f- -
I wondered how something he was fearful of a recurrence. the Bible stories he has preached put up any kind of resistance.
like that could happen in such In Jerusalem, the McGaritys on for years "come alive." We had nothing there but some
.beautiful, beautiful place," 'arrived in the Upper Room- The group was not able to military advisory troops. in Diesel in BeyonceKnowles in
Bonnie said. believed to be the site of Jesus' visit Bethlehem because it is "This becamean ideal time for
SDon was surprised by how last supper with his disciples- controlled by- Muslims and North Korea o strik, and ste
Dnw it did, not only with soldiers,
Israel is literally pushing back while a group of Italian wouldn't have been safe for their ibt ith tan, with soldier
but with tanks, which we never
the Negev Desert. Catholics was celebrating Mass. Jewish guide. expected to see over there. After
SWe saw mile after mile of At the conclusion of the service, The McGaritys' trip was partly all, South Korea had less than F 7:, 9:2 P 1 9:20
orchards covered with nets," he. they sang the American hymn to celebrate their 47h wedding 20 miles of paved roads in 1950, Sun, 7:o0 -s, 7:,
aid, noting that fruit grown there "How Great Thou Art" in their. anniversary, which took place and what roads there were were Wed Thu :15 WedThurs 7:30
is exported all over the world. native tongue. When the Italians in December. They have a trip all gravel-graded roads if they
The McGaritys encountered finished, the. McGaritys and to Alaska planned for later this were graded at all."
crowds at many of the traditional their fellow travelers joined in, year. Bloodworth said the invasion
Christian sites. Of course, no one singing the hymn in English. Both Bonnie and Don were brought about the same surprise
knows for sure where the Biblical At the .Wailing Wall in born and raised in Houston.They Americans felt when Pearl
events they conimemorate Jerusalem, which has separate attended the same Presbyterian Harbor was bombed.
a~ctSally occurred; most were areas for prayers by women church and sang in the choir "We felt like we had beenI
.hosen by St. Helen, mother of and men, Don voiced a prayer together. Don's father worked ou britc.he dow, o to spek,"
:Cnstantinople, based on her in Hebrew, having learned to for the city, and his mother was Bloodworth said. AT* JUNE 1T '
research, hundreds of years ago. speak the language in seminary. a court reporter. Bonnie's father Prior to introducing
Sn Cyprus, the McGaritys When he finished, he caught the was a steel worker, and her Bloodworth as the event
'isitdd their first mosque. eye of a rabbi, a teacher of the mother a homemaker. speaker, Lt. Col. Gray Johnson,OCkkd
Afterward, while searching for a Torah, the Jewish holy book of Don didn't set out to be a operations' officer tat Camp and
place to buy bottled water, they the law. The rabbi smiled at him, minister. His first calling was Blanding, talked briefly of the JiV Ame i n
..heard the strains of a familiar and offered a hearty "amen" to music. When he was in the fourth
hy in, "What a Friend We Have Don's prayer. grade, his pastor helped him get
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Clemons, Santa Fe's vice are utilized by many chambers wants to go. 3
'president for development. of commerce and economic "I just look at this as our easier
; In a letter sent out to development organizations, directions," she said.
community members by' Santa Wes Jurey, the president and
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Recent arrests 25. county warrant. Bond was set at Erica Ordonez, 32, of Unidn deputies for driving with an out-of-county warrant.
Kasey Matthew Ford, 19, of $60,000 and he remained in jail Savannah, Ga., was arrested a suspended, revoked or expired Kimberly Tuten, 41, -.of
in Bradford Lake Butler was arrested May at press time. May 24 by Bradford deputies license. Gainesville was arrested May24
in Bra o 22 by Bradford deputies for an Johnny Harris Elvis Jeffrey, for driving with a suspended, Shawne David Seiberling, 19, by state troopers for driving with
Clay or Union out-of-county warrant. Bond 23, of Starke was arrested May revoked or expired license. She of Raiford was arrested May 15 a suspended, revoked or expired
was set at $10,000 and he was 24 by Bradford deputies for was released May 25. by Union deputies for burglary. license. Bond was set at $10,000
The following individuals released May 22. larceny. Bond was set at $15,000 Bias Alexander Padilla- Robert Todd Sheldon, 48, and she remained in jail at press
were arrested recently by Lonnie Wayne Fortney Jr.,30, and he was released May 24. Matute, 33, of Jacksonville was of Lake Butler was arrested time.
local law enforcement officers of Lake Butler was arrested May Kanetra Noelle Jenkins,22, of arrested May 24 by Bradford May 11 by Union deputies for Jason Michael Wells, .26,
io Bradford, Union or Clay 24 by Union deputies for driving Hampton was arrested May 24 deputies for driving with a disorderly intoxication, assault of Jacksonville was ,.arrested
(Keystone Heights area) with a suspended, revoked or by Bradford deputies for driving suspended, revoked or expired on an officer, firefighter or EMT May 26 by Starke police .for
counties: i expired license. with a suspended, revoked or license. He was released May and making a false 911 call. possession of marijuana aiid
Brandon Michael Akins 19 Cesar Fuentes-Castena, 40, expired license. Bond was set at 25. Robert Earl Simmons, 54, destroying evidence. Bond
of Starke was arrested May 26 of Jacksonville was arrested $500 and she was released May Crystal Brielle Pinckney, 19, of Starke was arrested May 24 was set at $5,500 and he was
y Bradford deputies for battery May 24 by Bradford deputies for 25. of Starke was arrested May 26 by Starke police for resisting released May 26.
and burglary. Bond was set at possession of drugs. Bond was Sheryl Louanne Johnson, 19, by Starke police for assault. an officer and disorderly Adam Christopher WilliaMis.
$30,000 and he was released set at $20,000 and he remained of Starke was arrested May 22 by Bond was set at $2,500 and she intoxication. Bond was set at 33, of Lake Butler was arregted
May 27. in jail at press time. Starke police for possession of was released May 28. $2,000 and he was released May May 21 by Starke police for
Rhonda Sue Alvarez, 41, Christopher Wayne Fultz, drugs and possession of cocaine. Robert Rigby, 27, of Keystone 26. possession of drug equipmient
of Starke was arrested May 43, of Middleburg was arrested Bond was set at $16,000 and she Heights was arrested May 27 by Linford Conrad Terry, 61, of and driving with a suspended;
25 by Bradford deputies for May 22 by Starke police for was released May 24. Clay deputies for a probation Starke was arrested May 22 by expired or revoked liceilse.
a probation violation. She possession of drugs without a Timothy Jones, 41,-of Lake violation. Starke Police for possession of Bond was set at- $3,000 and he
remained in jail at press time. prescription. He was released Butler was arrested May 21 by Jerry Jerome Roberts, 55, of cocaine and possession of drug was released'May 23.
Ethan Etienne Anderson, 33,. May 23. Union deputies for an out-of- Lake Butler was arrested May 11 equipment. Bond was set at Patricia Lynn Woodard, 40,
of Lake Butler was arrested Jason Alexis Garcia, 20, county warrant. Bond was set at by Union deputies for attaching $16,000 and he remained in jail of Lake Butler was arrested
May 26 by Union deputies for of Lake Butler was arrested $60,000 and he remained in jail a tag not assigned and driving at press time. May 11 by Union deputies
larceny and for driving with a May 20 by Union deputies for at press time. with a suspended, revoked or Michael Anthony Thomas, for possession of narcotici
suspended, revoked or expired contempt of court. Danna Rena Law, 37, of Lake expired license. 54, of Lake Butler was arrested equipment.
license. Adrian P. Gardner, 22, of City was arrested May 25 by Michael Wayne Roberts, 28, May 21 by Union deputies for
Jeffrey Christopher Andrews, Norwich, Conn., was arrested Starke police for driving with a of Starke was arrested May 26
27, of Starke was arrested May 26 by Starke police for suspended, revoked or expired by Bradford deputies for driving
May 21 by Union deputies for possession of marijuana. He was license. Bond was set at $1,500 with a suspended, revoked or
disorderly intoxication and released May 27. and she was released May 25. expired license, resisting an
possession of drugs. Joshua C. Gillen, 19, ofStarke Brenda Mack, 48, of Lawtey officer and failure to appear.
William Thomas Arnold Jr., was arrested May 15 by Union was arrested May 25 by Bradford Bond was set at $65,000 and he
28, of Lake Butler was arrested deputies for burglary. deputies for driving with a .remained in jail at press time.
May 15 by Union deputies for Donna Quarterman Gordon, suspended, revoked or expired Charles Roland, 30, of
possession of marijuana. 45, of Orange Park was arrested license. She was released May Jacksonville was arrested
Ashley Ray Baer, 24, of May 24 by Bradford deputies 25. May 23 by Bradford deputies
Gainesville was arrested May for driving with a suspended, Dylan Thomas Manning, 19, for a probation violation. He
22 by Bradford deputies for revoked or expired license, of Brooker was arrested May 26 remained in jail at press time. I
robbery and assault. Bond was Bond was set at $500 and she by Bradford deputies for an out: Don Edward Rosier, 50, of
set at $200,000 and she remained was'feleased May 25. of-county warrant. Bond was set Starke was arrested May 23
in jail at press time. Jason Griffis, 40, of at $2,500 and he was released by Starke police for disorderly
Ryan Wayne Chesser, 26, of Macclenny was arrested May 24 May 26. .intoxication. Bond was set at
Starke was arrested May 23 by by Bradford deputies for an out- James Anthony McCarter, $5,000 and he remained in jail
Starke police for possession of of-county warrant. Bond was set 35, of Keystone Heights was at press time.
marijuana and possession of at $100,000 and he was released arrested May 25 for driving with Tiffany Rowland, 20, of
drug equipment. Bond was set May 25. a suspended, revoked or expired Keystone Heights was afrested
at $16,000 and he was ,released Justin Michael Hill, 35, of license: Bond was set at $1,000 May 26 by Clay deputies for
May 24. Starke was arrested May 22 by and he was released May 25. aggravated assault with a motor
Willie Boyd Cobb, 39, of Starke police for sexual assault. Angela .Marie McClellan, vehicle, grand theft auto,fleeing
Ocala was arrested May 25 by Bond was set at $50,000 and he 34, of Starke was arrested May and eluding, driving with a
Bradford deputies for possession was released May 23. 24 by. Bradford deputies for suspended, expired or revoked
of marijuana, possession of Roy Shane Jackson, 41, of possession of synthetic narcotics license, aggravated child abuse,
drugs, resisting an officer and Starke was arrested May 22 by and selling synthetic narcotics. reckless driving and, resisting a TU
destroying evidence. Bond Starke police for possession of Bond was set at $25,000 and she law enforcement officer.
'as set at $35,000 and he was cocaine and for driving with a remained in jail at press time. Joshua Russell, 20, of
released May 25. suspended, revoked or expired Chad Everett McKenzie, 35, Keystone Heights was .arrested
Roger Terry Delashmet, 38, license. Bond was set at $51,000 of Starke was arrested May May 27 by Clay deputies for
o Starke was arrested May 26 and he was released May 23. '27 by Bradford deputies for vandalism.
by Bradford deputies for DII Michael J. James, 25, of disorderly intoxication. Bond James Robert Seay, 38, of
and for refusing to submit to a Gainesville was arrested May 22 was set at $2,500 and he was Bell was arrested May 25 by
blood-alcohol test. Bond was set by Bradford deputies for assault released May 27.
'iat ',0 ,and he remained in and robbery. Bond was set at Andre Milledge, 52, of -.. .. ...., ... i ... ..
:ail ast9 ss.time ' ,.' $200,000 and he remained injail Jacksonville was arrested
Brian favares Demps, 34, of at press time. May 25 by Bradford deputies
Kingsland, Ga., was arrested Christopher Lee Jenkins, 40, for driving with a suspended,
May 25 by Starke police for of Lake Butler was arrested May revoked or expired .:liense.
possession of marijuana. Bond 24 by Union deputies for dealing Bond was set at $10,000 and he
was set at $10,000 and he was in stolen property, burglary, was.released May 25.
released May 26. battery and larceny. Tywann. Tyrell Mills, 34, of
Mark Steven Faulkner, 24, of Justin Shoumond Johnson, Lawtey wasarrested May 22 by
Starke was arrested May 24 by 27, of Lake Butler was arrested Bradforddeputiesforaprobation
Bradford deputies for an out-of- May 15 -by, Union deputies for violation. He remained in jail at.
county warrant. Bond was set at selling cocaine, failure to appear press time.
$2,000 and he was released May and' possession of cocaine. Jessica Nail, 20, of Keystone
M95. David. Christopher Johns, Heights was arrested May 23 by
Cedric Montrell Faust, 32, of 52, of Lake Butler was arrested Clay deputies for a probation
Jacksonville was arrested May May 9 by Union deputies for violation.
24 by Starke police for driving disorderly intoxication. Melissa Michele Nelson, 30,
with a suspended, revoked or Timothy Jones, 41,;'of Lake of Raiford was arrested May 8
expired license. Bond was set at Butler was arrested May 21 by by Union deputies for failure to
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The phone number at Post 56 is life. And there are more to come. open. There have always been,
-_ _904-964-8645. How long will it be before and always will be, individuals
Very respectfully, we decide that the terminally who are ready to do anything for
William E. Dampier ill, the mentally ill and all their own wants or advantage.
editor@bctelegraph.com Flag project coordinator/past other "unproductive" beings Unless we as a culture close that
commander are an unreasonable drain on door, there is nothing to keep it
Donations 352-235-1591 our resources? How many from growing wider and wider.
Americans are even aware that What we are doing is showing
help American a h is too there are discussions taking our children that killing is just
Le i i th place among ethicists which one more way to get what you
e on with often a course would lead to a mother with a want. Don't be surprised if they
S nual fl born child legally having that learn that lesson well. -.
c f la of action baby killed if, for example, hel Leonard C. Young
project she were diagnosed with some Keystone Heights
tDear Editor: serious medical condition? Retired teacher
Dear Editor: Death is increasingly being
During the month of April, used as the solution to many of
members of local American life's problems. It began with
Legion Post 56 in Starke Cain and Abel, and, since then, Edw ards G rocery
Sa purchased grave-marker flags there have been literally hundreds A p b
to be placed on thegravesites of millions of examples, and Customer Appreciation Celebration
Sof marked veterans' graves in always, of course, for "good" June 27 4-8pm
Lake Baptist Church Cemetery. Throughout history, there have 4105 SE SR-100 Theresa (Where CR-18 meets SR-100
Many donations for the been some examples of cultures $20 in t ex
purchase of these special which have actually promoted & June d youill
flags were received from local death as a desirable and deliberate e
members of our extended course of action. And it's not that
community and also from many death is seen as a terrible thing ( t be
veterans and family members of by everyone else; after all, it is
veterans. ,inevitable. But to actually seek FREE HOtdogs Er Cold Drinks!
On Saturday morning, May to terminate an earthly existence;-
On satur ay morning,s a that would seem to go against Kids enjoy FREE Ice Cream, Face Painting, Games and Activitiesll
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Sandra McGrath and Frank Rigdon leaders of Starke Troop 70, Boy human reason, as well as, "Thou PLEASE JOIN,US THANK YOU FOR BING LOYAL CUSTOMERS!!
Scouts of America, completed shaltnot kill 352473-0406 for more information
igdons elebrate 0 years the countywide installation of Murder, suicide, war, etc., C L 32-4 -0 for more iormation
these flags at the' Crosby Lake have usually been regarded as
Cemetery west of Starke. More repugnant by mankind. But no
Frank and Sandra McGrath C. Shane Rigdon. than 1,650 marker flags were more. The world-including
Rigdon will be celebrating their They will be celebrating placed throughut Bradford the United States-has made a
50ai wedding anniversary. They with friends, family and two drastic change in its outlook on
were married on June 7, 1963, in graidchildren, Carmyn and C etery ar nans death. We now promote killing
Jacksonville. Frank and Sandra Breanna. Cemetery t his year. Donations death. We now promote killing
Jacksonville. Frank I andra for this annual labor of respect as an everyday event in order
ntare gratefully acknowledged and to get what we want. How else
sincerely appreciated. would one explain the 56 million
Keith, Joy Tetstone to be If. you know of any marked unborn Americans .whohavenues Collectles
veteran's gravesite that was been legally murdered since the
honored with retirem ent event accidentally overlooked and no early '70s. Our culture does not osehold Ite s ss re
flag is present, please contact the condemn these deaths. In fact,
The family of Keith and Joy the last 31 years. He coached undersigned, and a flag will be they are defended, promoted and A iids Ioom dad much more!
Tetstone invite you for a "sweet" football, track and baseball installed. If you know of a veteran even financially assisted by our : to%5
rtime of celebration As they retire at Bradford High School and who is buried in our countyand own government And that is just
'from their .teaching careers. baseball, at Bradford Middle does not have a marked veteran's the beginning. /ew d/d / sed /Zt/H for f yer Btwdtge..
,The retirement celebration will School. He taught at Bradford grave stone, please contact the Assisted suicide is a growing : o do d Me #Ave ftl/f* we Adm
be held from 6:30-8 p.m. on High, Bradford Middle, Bradford County IVeterans' phenomenon in our world, in
Thursday, June 6, 2013, in the Southside Elementary and Service Officer at the Bradford many cases promoted by those
Student Ministry Building at Hampton Elementary schools. County Courthouse (904-966- in the medical profession; those
First Baptist Church of Starke. Joy has spent the last 35 years 6280) for information and/ who "....first do no harm."
Come by and enjoy some sweets teaching kindergarten through or assistance in applying fora It has always been OK to kill .
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Lord just three short years ago. Cemetery. and his sister, Mary Naimo. Her father, Albert Almy, preced- Jimmy (Martha) Scott of Starke -
A brief memorial service was Arrangements are under the care Funeral services will be held on ed her in death. and Lisa (Mike) Scott Brannon of
held at First Baptist Church of Mac- of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home Thursday, May 30, at 11 a.m. at Ar- She is survived by: her husband, Starke; his brother, Charles Scott 1
clenny on May 26. of Keystone Heights. chie Tanner Funeral Services. The Freddie Lee Rochelle Jr. of Starke; of Starke; his sisters, Marilyn (Ray)
There will be a picnic at Lawtey family will receive friends an hour children Eian Weeks, Chloe Weeks Black and Carolyn (Bobby).Sells;
Park on Saturday, June 8, to cel- prior to the service. and Kyle Cartwright, all of Hudson; his nine grandchildren; 15 great-
S ebrate her. Interment will follow at Conner mother Deenna (Fernandez) Rich- grandchildren; and numerous 'feces
Her favorite saying was, "I'm Cemetery. ardson of Hudson; and sister Christy and nephews.
The arrangements are under the Almy of Port Richey. Funeral services will be held on
nt blessed to be depressaed and too care and direction of Archie Tan- Memorial services will be held at Friday, May 31, at 11 a.m. at Archie
anointed to be disappointed. Ev- her Funeral Services of Starke. Visit a later date at First Baptist Church Tanner Funeral Services with Pas-
eryone please remember this; www.archietannerfuneralservices. of Port Richey. tor Randall Griffis and Pastor Les-
7 O com to sign the family's guest book. Arrangements are by Jones-Gal- ter Austin officiating. Interment will
PAID OBITUARY lagher Funeral Home of Starke. follow at Santa Fe Cemetery.
Louise Bd ooth The family will receive friends
Louise Booth Thursday, May 30, from 6 p.m. to 8
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Lou- Donna Keener p.m. at the funeral home.
i se Fountain Booth, 93, of Keystone HAMPTON-Donna Johnson Arrangements are under the care
Heights died Friday, May 24,2013, Keener, 51, of Hampton died Thurs- and direction of Archie Tanner Fu-
at Bradford Terrace Nursing Home day, May 23,2013, at her residence. neral Services of Starke.
in Starke. She was born on Sept. 7, 1961, in Visit www.archietannerfuner-.
She was born March 18, 1920, Starke and was a lifelong area resi- alservices.com.to sign the family's
Norma Benner-Sutton in Twiggs County, Ga., to the late dent. She worked for A Bradford guest book.
James and Maudie (Asvell) Foun- Plus Insurance Agency and was PAID OBITUARY
Norm a tain, and had been a resident of raised a Baptist.
Be ee vS Keystone Heights since 1982, mov- She is survived by: her husband S n Todd
Benner-Sutton ing from the Miami area. She was of 25. years, Roge; Johnson of aS T
LAWTEY-Norma Irene Ben- a nurse at Bradford Terrace before Joseph Candela Hampton; children Chris (Carmel- LAKE BUTLER--Sidney Todd,
ner-Sutton, born on Feb. 25, 1960,- she retired. She was also a member la) Johnson of Melrose, Brian (Re- 88, of Lake Butler, died Sunday,
was called home by our Lord on of St. William Catholic Church in becca) Nugent of Starke and Brandi May 26, 2013,.at Suwannee Valley
Wednesday, May 1,2013. Keystone Heights. Hart of Hot Springs, N.C.; parents Haven Hospice after an extended
Daughter, sister, wife, mother, Her husband, John C. Booth, pre- Candela Marie and Otis JMlton of Starke; illness.
Sandfather Fred Johnson of Hampton; He was born in Union County on
grandmother, aunt and friend, many ceded her in death i 1985. BRANDON-Joseph Anthony siblings Monna Nugent of Key- Nov. 24, 1924, to the late Isiah and
roles fulfilled by one very special She is survived by: sons Pete (Ja- Candela, 80, of Brandon, beloved stone Heights, Marlana (Ronny) Nita Todd. He lived all of his life
and beautiful soul, who will be mie) Booth of Keystone Heights, husband and father, passed away Pinkston of Worthingt on Spings in Union County and was a farmer
missed beyond what mere words Anthony (Martha) Booth of Bethes- Thursday, May 23, 2013. Malinda (Jason Crosby) Melton of for many years as well as a Union -
can express. Survived by her moth- da, Md., and John (Patricia) Booth Joseph was born in Detroit, Starke, Kaitlyn (Reiben) Harper of William Scott County commissioner for 20 years.
er, Zora, four sisters, Elaine, Joyce, of London, Ontario, Canada; six Michigan, on Oct. 19, 1932, to the Melrose, David (Robin) Johnson of He.was a member of Sardis Baptist
Debbie and Theresa, four broth- grandchildren; and nine great- late Salvatore Candela and Giovan- Hampton and Daniel Johnson and W illiam Scott Church.
ers, Bill Jr., Billy Charles, Lewis grandchildren. na Russo Candela. He retired from Hampton and Daniel Johnson and VIlliaf Scott Church.
ers, Bill Jr., Billy Charles, Lewis grandchildren na Russo Candela. He retired from Marty Johnson, both of Starke; and STARKE-William "Lamar" He was preceded in death by: his
.and Tony, her children, Charlie, A visitation will be held on the United States Navy after 26 nine grandchildren. Scott, 78, of Starke, went home to wife of 60 years, Letha Todd; and ;
Yvonne, Jason, Shaun and Kim, .Thursday, May 30, at Jones-Galla- years of dedicated service, where A celebration of life service was be with the Lord on Tuesday, May four brothers, Bennett Todd, Ken-
and her grandchildren, Cierra, Kiah, gher Funeral Home from 5-7 p.m. e served in the. orean War. Jo- held on May 27 at Donna's Home. 28,2013. neth Todd, Theodore Todd and Ray
Gus, Ryan, Cody, Katelyn, Caro- Funeral services will be Friday, seph also retired from GTEVerizon In lieu of flowers, contributions He was born in Cairo, Ga., on Todd.
lyn, Bethany, Jonathan, Kaden, Ian, May 31,2013, at 11 a.m. at St. Wil- ommu ived by: his lovinions. may be made to Jones Gallagher Fu- June 23, 1934, to the late William He is survived by: children Shir-
Dominick and Ryan, as well as over liam Catholic Church with Father Jowfe ofi 7 sars b ral oin Cart neral Home to assist with expenses. "Bill" Taylor Scott and Jeruthea ley (Jeff), TayJor, Lanita (Lonnie)
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gives some
to student
Griffis as she
attempts to draw
characters from .
Seothe book "Miss
Spider's Tea Shayne Davis enjoys his
Party." class' art time with Joy
as their artwork adorns walls
Sand windows across campus.
In fact, Norman even entered
approximately 150 student
Ss drawings into the arts and crafts
lie books is something Norman division at this year's Bradford
A R Tlikes to do personally. She said County Fair.
oitued fna O it's a challenge to see if she can "She's truly an asset to
.... S n e ..... bsU:eZ! K l ( Elementar get her drawing to match the our studlentsby giving them
the third grade, and her school illustration in the ook. an opportunity to express
didnt have an art program. If students' drawings don't themselves through drawing,"
..Hidngwith havei- dnautoghter's look exactly like the illustrations Melvin said.
i s Melvin said.
Starke K iw as he'in daughter's in the book Norman is using, Norman said if the school
Starke Kiwai s linthat's K. Norman said her ownd
kI would be drawing with the at rma ahe n will have her, she'd like to keep
ra ses kids, and teachers found out," drawings don't exactly match teaching art for as long as she's
Norman said. "It just snowballed those in books. However, over able. She said she doesn't feel as
h i l a efrom there." time, anyone can improve if they if she's 71, though she admitted
The Kiwanis Club of Starke held itsannual Norman, who has lived keep working on it.: she doesii't know what 71 is
duck race on May 8, which resulted in a in Bradford County the last "I tell all the kids, 'If you keep supposed to feel like.
total of $1,393 being raised forts following 37years, also taught art aswill just get you What she does know is that
sponsored clubs: K-Kids (Starke Elementary a volunteer at Southside better an betterNormansaid she feels when she's at Starke
School), Builders Club (Bradford Middle Ee tay ciol,teradford Norman uses herself as an Elementary.
School), Key Club (Bradford High School) and County Public Library and the example. She's been drawing "It's a good school, good
Aktion Club (Arc of Bradford County). ABOVE: United Methodist Church of since se was a people to be around," Norman
Pictured (I-r) are first-place winner Hunter Starke. still seeking to perfect her skills said. "The teachers are great."
ti .y by In othaer wordsShe sno And- then, other wre sohe'se
Walker, Aflac's Joel Tolgo, an event sponsor, It may not result in a d other warti she' nt And then, there are those
Ke S y a g aedifferent from any other artist. proud, smiling faces belonging
Kiwanis President Sherry Ruszkdwski andl paycheck, but as far as Norman "An artist is never happy with to e students. Norman talke
second-place winner Julee Tinsler. Phillip is concerned, what she does is what they do. Never" Norman of a prostudents. Norman talked
Johns; the third-place winner, is not pictured. a career. rpsponse to people said. "They're always sntriving chidren make MothersDa
$s said. "They're always striving childrensn o the
The cash prizes were $200, $150 and $100. askg w ~: volunteers, s for something a little bit more." cards.One student was soproud
LEFT: Noah Neats (left) and Preston Neats replies, "I get hugs. That makes After a moment's thought, of the card he made that he not
watch as the ducks float down Alligator Creek. you feel good. Being arund Norman added, "Isnt that the only showed it off to school
kids, that keeps you a little bit only showed it, off to school
Syounger. I love kids." way life is? Always striving to staff, but he gave it to his mother
When she first works with get better arid do just a little bit a week early.
a group of students, Norman more." Norman said that's the kind
Se saYs she shows them just how In regard to what she meais of experience that will make
easy drawing can be. She to Starke Elementary and its someone's day.
-- de straa w e b g dents, it's hard to im ne "The kids are great," she
n e r this story b Norman getting any better. said. "How could you not like
IW O~e p O 'brJq this story by She h get su s
MASSAGE HERAPYpullig out a piece of paperand She helps give the students a something like this? It's very
drawing a circle. She then drew fulfilling
a series of hearts around the pride in their accomplishments
circle, with the. pointed ends of
Sthe hearts touching the circle.
A Stem and afew simple leaves

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2 Sourn S rk o ra finish line. books.For example, sherecently
C 866 3.41worked with a class of second-ww a c t b c6 o Pi c
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assrted biigsfeatured in the .
book "Miss Spider's Tea Party."
the class. Whitne' Stubbs (left) and Brianna Justice try their
Replicating drawings from hand at drawing bugs and spiders.

Sc. 'PA STO R in music, Don occasionally has kept busy serving churches
i preached in Houston-area in the Gainesville area, leading
Continued from 2B O churches. After Don conducted ultimately to his position as:
a funeral for a family member, state supply pastor at First
which at the time was the only Bonnie's father told him he Presbyterian Church of Starke
Sboys' choir in the U.S. One of belonged in the ministry. last year.
Don's most prized possessions Although he'd just built a "The happiest I've ever been
is a recording of the "Carmina home in the suburbs for his is at small churches," Don said,
Burana" performed by the choir young family, which by this reflecting on his experiences
under the direction of Leopold time included a son a daughter, serving in Archer, Reddick and
Stokowski. The record jacket Don decided to enter Austin Starke.
is autographed by the great Presbyterian Theological He is very proud of the Starke
conductor. Seminary. While there, he helped church, noting that its members
The trombone was Don's first support the family by directing "do the work-they don't just
instrument, but he switched to the choir and playing organ at a say the words."
percussion because the only local church. Bonnie contributed Don said Starke is a good fit
equipment needed was a set of by baking and decorating cakes for him bec'ause he is a teaching
drumsticks, and they were free. for special occasions, elder who can depend on the
He eventually landed a position Later, the family moved ruling elders of the church to
with the Houston Symphony to Chicago, where Don take care of everything that
and played percussion and string completed his doctorate in 1981 needs to be done and support
bass for many traveling musical at McCormick Thoelogical him in providing pastoral
productions'that came through Seminary. care to the members and the
-the area. The McGaritys served community. Noting the church's
Even though he had a career churches in Texas until 1984, founding and sustaining role
when Don became the senior in the Bradford Ecumenical
pastor of First Presbyterian Ministries Food Pantry, he
Church in Jacksonville. In 1987, marvels that there is always so
he was called to become the much going on in a relatively
S O M E D A Y.... organizing and founding pastor small congregation. The church
of Amelia Island Plantation has hosted "The Lunch Bunch"
Chapel, an interdenominational ministry to residents of area
W E 'L L .. ...Y U.Q U I NWby the Presbytery of St. years. Participants are treated to
Two program s to choosefroAugustine at Amelia Island a home-cooked meal and a sing-
o r Plantation Resort. along once a month.
Unfortunately, Don was The McGaritys are happy to
Sforced into early retirement have found a place of service
..due to heart problems. He and in Starke. Quoting an old Texas
Bonnie moved to Gainesville cowboy song, Don said, "It's
____ ___in 1998 to be near medical good to be back in the saddle."
to e t ~facilities. Since retirement, Don

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and play flag football games. It Kids and Jr. College for Kids 8-19 from 8:10 a.m. until 4:25 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. You can also You, Don't (experiments with
Scouts hosting is planned to have former college programs, which offer students p.m. (Half-day sessions are register online at www.sfcollege. and without air pressure); Art as
Sand professional players as guest a chance to enroll in fun, also offered from 8:10 a.m. edu. (Click on the Community Science...Science as Art; Fizzy,
car wash, speakers. educational classes during the until noon or 12:35 p.m. until Education link, then the College Fuzzy,Yummy Chemistry (create
food drive this The deadline to pre-register, summer. 4:25 p.m.) Some of the courses for Kids link.) tasty treats); Go with the Flow
at a cost of $65, is Monday, June Jr. College for Kids, which available include 3D Animation, (conductivity experiments);
Saturday 3. Children may sign up at the is open to rising first-fourth- American Sign Language, Cool W atson Keepng an Eye on Tie Dye;
event at a cost of $75. graders, will be held June 24- Science Investigation, Jewelry Let's Get Physical (investigation
Girl Scouts troop #1486 of Applications may be picked up 28 from 8 am. until 11:55 a.m. Design, cooking class Life Center to host of physics); Paleontologist For
Starke is hosting a free car at Bradford High School. Some of the courses available on the Kitchen Trail, Money ien e a Day; Plants 'R' Us; Slimy,
wash with a donation of canned include Basket Making, the dog- Bootcamp, Got Game, Tea Bag cience camp Squishy, Melty, Mushy (making
goods this Saturday, June 1, at -Register now care class Doggone Trouble, Art and Zumba. messes...scientifically, of
Community State Bank in Starke Edible Experiments, Sculpture Tuition is $95 for Jr. College The Santa Fe College Watson course); and Water.
from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. for Andrews with Paper Straws, Book and for Kids and $270 for College Center in Keystone Heights will Tuition, which includes lab
All of the canned goods en r Ce Cook (learning to make treats for Kids. (Half-day tuition for host a Super Summer Science fees, supplies, snacks, lab apron
received will go to the Starke Center olege enjoyed by literary characters) College for Kids is $135.) Camp June 17-21, from 9 a.m. and tote, is $125.
Food Pantry. for Kids and the physical-activity-themed To register, please call the until 12:30 p.m. each day for To register, call 352-395-5193
For more information call Got Game and Wipe Out. Andrews Center at 904-964- children 6-12. or log onto www.sfcollege.edu/
904-315-0913. Registration is underway' for College for Kids, which 5382, or stop by the center Two classes are held. each cied(pmmunityed.
the Santa Fe College Andrews is open to rising fifth-ninth- Mondays-Thursdays from 8 a.m. day and involve the following
Saturday car
wash to benefit
softball teams
The Bradford 12U and 8U all- EVENT
star girls' softball teams will host
a car wash this Saturday, June 1,
at Capital City Bank in Starke 1 Ir
from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. There C ) r11
will also be a bake sale. UtI
Funds raised will help the
teams travel to Live Oak for a
tournament next month.
Contact Ashley Sellers at 904-
796-0222 for more information.

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poker run to 'Y
raise money IllLI I
for ACS
The fifth annual Sheila Miller ff ;
Poker Run, a fundraiser for the
American Cancer Society, will
take place Saturday, June f. The
best poker hand will earn more
than $500 in piizes.
Registration is 10-11 a.m. at
Gainesville Harley-Davidson.
Riders will go to Alachua Sports
Pub and Grill, Double Deuce,
Knuckle Draggers and Tiinbuktu
Lounge. (Poker hands must be
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pictured with
her mother, BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Vera Landon, Regional News/Sports Editor
and Vera David Kniseley
Landon's An orange sports coat may dons the
fiance, Mike not seem like the ideal attire orange jacket
James. for south Florida weather, but he wears as a
David Kniseley of Starke wears member of the
a one proudly as a member of the Orange Bowl
Orange Bowl committee. committee. He
If he has his way, Kniseley holds the two-
Swill don that jacket for a long sided helmet-
time, saying he plans on serving Alabama side
as an Orange Bowl committee facing the
tu ent eel Bradford member "until they bury me in camera-thati e
t de my orange jacket, or they bumr represented
n t e in it. It's a great thing. I've this past
C o umet a lot of great people." season's BCS
t 8Not only has Kniseley met a lot championship
of people, but he has participated game.
BY CLIFF SMELLEY Hay said, "but she just began to Conference Center. Such an in a number of different roles
Regional News/Sports Editor blossom." experience was so beneficial in supporting the game and the
Stanwix-Hay credited former for Landon, allowing her, to entire south Florida community.
7-Jessica Landon made a technical centerdirectorJimWard receive attention for' positive There is so much more to the with college football bowl rights were sold, but the Orange
mistake, but the Academy of with creating the performance- behavior rather than attention for Orange Bowl than an annual games was not with the Orange Bowl approached Morrall about
Academics' 8.5 program at based program, which would something like being drunk at football game..There are other Bowl. As a student at the joining its committee,
the Bradford-Union Technical evolve into the Academya of school, Stanwix-Hay said.
Ctter adford-nion Te chanical voe mict thprog .cdemar of schoo, betan Hase f Pegs events involving such sports. University of Florida, he got to Morrall asked that five
Sshow she was serious about similar program in effect in ero Kids, Landon is returning to as basketball, tennis, lacrosse, know Matt Morrall, who is the people, including Kniseley, be
making amends. Beach. the Montgomery Presbyterian swimming and sailing, as.well as son of former NFL quarterback considered for the committee as
Landon made the most of "In his mind, he modified it to Conference Center with four a music festival. Earl Morrall. Morrall-"on a well. Kniseley had to serve first
that chance, making up all the fit Bradford County," Stanwix- other students for a weeklong Supporting youth is another big whim," Kniseley said-created on a probationary period before
eighth-grade credits she missed Hay said. summer camp. role of the Orange Bowl, which the Blockbuster Bowl in 1990. being voted in as a member.
out on and being named the 8.5 It was former coordinator "She's so proud," Stanwix- has a youth football league and Businessman Wayne Huizenga, "You have to be involved
program's student of theyear. -Clarence DeSue who then Hay said. "She's the one out'of a scholarship program that has a former owner of the Miami with five, six, seven, eight
"I feel great," Landon said. eventually suggested offering all of her classmates who's been awarded more than $1 million in Dolphins, as well as the Miami committees," Kniseley said.
"This is amazing. It's the best something to help middle school there before." the past decade. Marlins and Florida Panthers "You're all over the community
feeling I've ever had." students, thus the creation of the Landon is also proud of the When you add it all up, baseball and hockey teams, got for three years.They vote on you
Landon openly talked about 8.5 program new direction the 8.5 program -you find there is more to the involved as well, as did friends each year to make sure you're
.her experience--sbhowing up "(It) does so many things for gave her. She admitted she
drunk at Bradford Middle kids," 'Stanwix-Hay said. "It thought she jeopardized finishing Orange Bowl than one night of Morrall's, such as Kniseley. meeting the standards.
School in the spring of 2012. allows them to recover credits -school, going to college and in January. (Two nights if the Kniseley said the creation of hat' how I got involved.
That's a zero-tolerance offense, from the middle school and at becoming su cessful in life due Orange Bowl is also the site of the Bowl Championship Series, It's fun."
which placed her in the county's the same time go ahead and earn to "one stupid mistake." the Bowl Championship Series or BCS, made it expensive Kniseley has served in a
alterhative school some credits to tuck under their "I'm .proud of myself for championship game.) to run such a bowl through. a
When the 2012-13s school year belts, so to speak, for when they doing this, for finally realizing I "The Orange Bowl's a year- grassroots' effort. The bowl's See KNISELEY, 1B
began, Landon was enrolled. get:to high school." can do more than what I would round deal," Kniseley said.
in the 8.5 program, so named For example, besides making normally," Landon said. Kniseley's first involvement L
for students who shouldn't be up her eighth-grade credits, SSN HOT MLAU St
in eighth grade, but who aren't Landon earned credits in high tark *
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Although it is not consistent which lake you are fishing. ,red bellies will be more and Lester Harrison;
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shesintepola p ere we have received so far this year moons. Bluegills will be more Bass tournaments Second place--Tommy
ushers in the popular perception we have received so far this year moons. Bluegills wl be more Union, Bradford and Clay Studstill and Don West;
of summer. As the temperature will continue, and the fish bite prolific with their spawn away du of th Third place-Jason
heats up, dawn and dusk are will remain strong. from the full and new moons counties produce some of the Third plae-Jasrd n
going to become more pleasant compared to other panfish, best bass fishermen in the state. McCellan, Clint Sheppard;
for people and fish as wellBest bets for local Catfish in te ivers-t. All you have to do is atend some l Big fish-Craig Haight'and
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,late times are eventually going 4 Look for the bass bite to re that to be truetournament was held May 23 at
to become more successful on be better at dawn and dusk, available before peak summer thattobetrue. tournament was held beMay 23 ated
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iselgD- I e Pack River shrimp that tournament were Wally Kennington and Richard Kelley;
.Chisel Desk HighAl gr ters L lp Im ,ITA.'.ke latrrpsck 49 A significant fishing tradition Johns of Starke and Richie Second place-Ronnie
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fishermen. tournament. The team of Johnny evening;
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BY DAN HILDEBRAN Indians lined up for what would He added that he and his in the past: depth. He added that
Monitor Editor be the last play of the tame. coaches were particularly a lack of personnel even played
Freshman quarterback Wyatt irritated because the Menendez a role in the spring game.
Two freshmen and an eighth- Harvin dumped a short pass off defensive front was running "There at the end we were
grader contributed to a 64-yard to Michael Carroll, who outran schemes favorable to Keystone's trying to get kids in the game,"
touchdown drive with under the Falcon defense into the end game plan. he said. "We are getting kids in
five minutes remaining to give zone, giving the Indians the win. "What they were doing, that is the game, but there are some.
Keystone Heights a 9-6 win The Indians' only scores came what we wanted them to do," he positions we can't take a kidd
over Pedro Menendez in the two* on their last'and first possessions said. "If you make the block it's out because we don't have dniy
teams' spring game at Keystone of the game. In the first quarter, a big play. For whatever reason backups."
on May 24. JJ. Schofield kicked a 34-yard we just missed those blocks." Dickinson added that his
The visitors from St. Johns field goal. Carroll set up that The coach added that players held up well physically
County held a 6-3 lead with score with a 30-yard run to the inexperience on the offensive during the matchup.
4:30 remaining in the contest. Menendez 20 and a 7-yard rush line likely contributed to the "We were a little gassed, but
-The Indians took possession on to the visitors' 13. miscues. I don't do as much conditioning
their own 46-yard line after a The Falcons scored with 5:54 Dickinson said he also noted in the spring time as I do in the
Menendez punt. Eighth-grade remaining in the third quarter on improvement in quarterback fall," he said.
student Austin Hogg rushed a 2-yard run by Trevon Bryant. Blake Valenzuela's passing. He also said the team's
for three consecutive plays, The nine-play, 25-yard drive was "I think Blake threw the ball success in the fall will largely
producing- 10 yards on his first keyed by a 45-yard completion better," he said. "We overthrew be determined by how the
rush. However, the Falcon from Stefan Carter to Anthony a little bit here and there, but he players work out during the
defense stopped him on the next Ford. made some pretty good throws. On the final play of the game, Michael Carroll (left) summer. Dickinson added that-
two attempts. After the game, Keystone head We had a couple of times where snags a 21-yard pass from Wyatt Harvin and outruns strength training will be critical,
Keystone then handed the coach Chuck Dickinson said he we almost caught the ball. That is the Menendez defense to the end zone. Photo by especially because of the offense:
ball to freshman Ray Trimble, felt the team should have scored an area where we have got to get Tonya Gibbs. Keystone runs.
who broke a 31-yard run to the more. However, some missed better. We have got to get better We are more of a power-type
Menendez 24. After Hogg gained blocking assignments wiped out at the passing game." team stands after spring drills, challenge next season will be the offense," he said. "We run right
3. more yards to the 21, the' scoring opportunities. In evaluating where the Dickinson said the biggest same one his teams have faced at you. We go straight ahead."

K N ISE L Y it's not whether you win or thinkofthoseteams-youcanbe people, he said, who take the humble these guys are; it really
I L lose, but how happy was their sure that Kniseley and the other time to do something that will is. It's very refreshing."
Continued from 8B experience," Kniseley said. members of the Orange Bowl benefit others and benefit a If you'd like to learn more
Sometimes, the trip to south committee will do their best to community. about the Orange Bowl and its
variety of roles as a committee Florida can be a life-changing make the overall experience as "It's nice to be around people events and projects it supports
member, from serving drinks event. Players get the chance to enjoyable as possible, with an who are like minded and want to throughout the year, please visit
and bussing tables as a person in visit children in hospitals, and eye toward how they can even do do the right thing, and who are www.orangebowl.org.
charge of hospitality to working the experience is as emotional a better job the following year. very humble," Kniseley said.
with Homeland Security. Away for the players as it is for the It's a commitment committee "It's really amazing to see how
fiom the football game, he .has children who have no idea members take seriously because
performed such activities as football players are coming they aren't paid. As Kniseley
presenting checks to support DavidKnseley shows off to visit them. Kniseley said it puts it, the time surrounding S & 'Sr v i
r quite.rgin Tech Orange BowlT rop
Orange Bowl Youth Football Vg is quite the scene to see big the Orange Bowl game is his T r.i c
Alliance programs. athletes crying upon meeting "vacation." i lia
A committee member can do Kniseley .to be around some children who have a disease Committee members are all
almost anything as he works his coaching greats. One of his such as cancer. volunteers. Plus, there's another FREE ESTIMATES 24-Hr. EmergenS y Serce
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the Orange Bowl Youth Sailing three or four times, or four or Such experiences and a reward "They're community folks
Regatta. five times, and Frank Beamer for a good season shouldn't be from all walks of life who aid t p E
"It goes on and on," Kniseley is an amazing man," Kniseley denied a team, Kniseley said. us and support us," Kniseley
said: said. "I have"a)ot of respect for That's why he had a problem said. "They're at the airport
Then there are the experiences, him and his coaching staff." with the negative response to holding up signs: 'Welcome,to
of working closely with one Needless to say, Kniseley has Northern Illinois playing in this- south Florida.' They're at every
.of the teams involved in the seena variety of coaching styles past season's Orange Bowl. community event for four to five
football game as a host. That and personalities. Northern Illinois went 12-1 months before the (game) and
includes some exhilarating "They're all successful, and and won the Mid-American afterward,just helping out."
moments, such as running out they all have their own way of Conference, but ESPN analyst As for the committee members
ato the field with the teg gpig ing it Knisel~ysalid. -- .. Kirk Herbstreit., said Northern themselVs;t, tey're great people RED ST RLING BRADFORD RESID ENT
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Khiseley said. experience at the Orange Bowl the current system."
.How. about hearing an and in the events that surround. "Those guys played their
emotional speech from a living it. The players are made to feel hearts out in their conference,"
legend? Kniseley said one of as if they are being rewarded at Kniseley said. "For any team to
his most memorable moments the end of the season for all their win that mainy games-that's
was sitting with the Wake Forest. hard work, and that's how many pretty darn hard to do. For those
team at a meal when golfer .of them look at it-a reward. guys to sweat it, and then hear a
Arnold Palmer, a Wake Forest Kniseley has seen players from talking head say what they said
alum,showed up, to the surprise the losing team enjoy the post- is just. I think, inappropriate."
of team. He spoke about how game party as much as those Whatever teams wind up
proud he was .of the team's from the winning team. playing in the game each year-
accomplishment in winning the "It gets to the point where and no matter what talking heads
Atlantic Coast Conference and
getting to play in the Orange
S'Pdimer was crying, and so
was every other person in thei
room, Kniseley siid.
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and AU1896, Buy, sell, NEWLY RENOVATED Triple 30 minutes from Orange wave, books,.VHS/TV, lots of misc. SR 21 to HIRING experienced ~rop- experience is preferred. PART-TIME CASHIER,
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THE CLASSIFIED STAFF Fully equippedfor hauling 3BR/2BA. DW. on CR. 221. 2BR/1BA,CH&A, veryclean, FRI ONLY: 8am-3pm, 16 For Sale OrangewoodApartments
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Big plays hurt Tornadoes in spring classic against Fleming Island

BY CLIFF SMELLEY mainly featured both teams' Scarnecchia into throwing an younger players entered the
Regional News/Sports Editor younger players. Bradford incompletion. Fleming, though, game in the second half. One
outscored the Eagles 9-0. would eventually score, with errant snap rolled into the
Visiting Fleming Island hit big "If you make the plays you're Scamecchia throwing a 36- Eagles' end zone, resulting in
play after big play to build a 35- assigned to make, good things yard touchdown pass to Austin a safety for Bradford with 2:28
14 halftime lead and defeat the will happen," Reynolds said. "In Reyes. The PAT put the Eagles left in the third quarter.
Bradford High School football the second half, we made those up 28-6 at the 8:20 mark of the Thomas had a 28-yard gain
team 35-23 in a spring classic on plays." second quarter, to the Fleming 32 following the
May 24. Three plays into the game, The Eagles added their final safety, while quarterback Chance
The Eagles amassed 375 yards the Eagles took a 7-0 lead after 1 score on their next drive, which Oody had a 13-yard scramble to
of offense in the first half, with Scarnecchia completed a 62-yard consisted of six plays and was convert a fourth-and-10 play,
quarterback Mike Scarnecchia touchdown pass to Bryce Motes. capped by Trey Sneed's 4-yard giving the Tornadoes, a first
completing 11 of 15 passes for After the Bradford offense touchdown run. down at the 19. A 5-yard carry
242 yards and three touchdowns. went three and out on its first Luke, who completed 8 of 17 by Desue put Bradford at the 14,
Four of the Golden Eagles' series, Fleming Island stuck passes for 161 yards, quickly but the Eagles recorded a sack
scores covered distances of 36, again with a four-play scoring put the Tornadoes into-Fleming and another tackle for a loss
40, 60 and 62 yards. drive. A 30-yard reception by Island territory, completing a before recovering a Bradford
"The reason we play the style Joel Mock converted a second- 41-yard pass to Dinkins to the fumble.
of defense we play is to not allow and-15 play. Bradford's Greg 34-yard line. Dinkins, who The Eagles, though, would
big plays" Bradford head coach Ruise then dropped Scarnecchia caught six passes for 148 yards, fumble the ball themselves,
Steven Reynolds said. "We for no gain on a run attempt, later caught a 35-yard pass with with Bradford's Michael James
didn't do that very well." but the quarterback hooked up a defender draped all over him to falling on the loose ball, giving
The offense had its struggles with Darelle Smith for a 40-yard Bradford running back Tra'von Thomas (left) eludes give theTornadoes first-and-goal the Tornadoes a first down at
as well, especially early in the touchdown on the ensuing play. the grasp of Nick Walker. a the 4. Thomas scored on a run the Fleming 15. Four plays later,
first half. Another successful PAT put the from there, while Luke's pass to Thomas scored on a 14-yard run.
Reynolds said what it comes Eagles up 14-0 approximately Runing back Jarvis Desue 26-yard pass to Kenny Dinkins, Dinkins resulted in a successful Ardley added the PAT to cap the
down to is both offensive and five minutes into the game. gave the Bradford offense a giving the Tornadoes the ball two-point conversion, making scoring with 3:43 remaining.
defensive units carrying out Bradford's offense was forced much-needed spark with a at the Fleming 36. Three plays the score 35-14 with 2:19 left in -Thomas finished the game
their assignments and making to go three and out again. 9-yard run on the first play of later, Dinkins got behind the the first half. with 59 yards on 10 carries.
fundamental plays. Fleming Island running back the Tornadoes' third series. defensive backfield to catch a Bradford's defense made Reynolds said Bradford needs
"The kids are giving effort," Alex Thorpe took a handoff Quarterback Jacob Luke 24-yard touchdown pass with 43, two stops-before halftime, with to cut down on penalties and
SReynolds said. "We've just got to on the Eagles' first play from completed an 11-yard pass to seconds left in the first quarter. Ivey intercepting a pass deep in missed assignments, but said he
continue to discipline ourselves scrimmage on the next series and Chris Barron, while Tra'von The PAT was no good. Bradford territory and Keaaris feels good about his team.
to make those plays when we raced 60 yards for a touchdown Thomas gained a first down at Bradford's defense made a Ardley making a tackle at his "We're moving forward in the
have a chance." after breaking through tackles at midfield with a 2-yard run. couple of nice plays after the own 1-yard line as time expired, direction of being a solid ball
The coach saw a much better the line of scrimmage. The PAT Luke was sacked for a 12-yard Eagles drove past midfield, The Eagles had some issues club," he said.
effort in the second half, which put the Eagles up 21-0. loss,but the Tornadoes overcame with Jaquez.breaking up a pass with their shotgun snaps once
that play when Luke completed a and Don Jeffers pressuring

Coach sees a lot to like in Tigers' tie against University Christian

BY CLIFF SMELLEY University Christian linemen. "He wasn't letting two or three said, alluding to the fact players depth issues. "They'bowed up," Pruitt said.
Regional News/Sports Editor "I thought my young guys guys bring him down," Pruitt had some missed assignments. He and his coaching staff knew "I was really impressed."
really performed well," Pruitt said. However, he saw the main thing ahead of time that University The performance, along with
Union County High School said. Running backs Isaiah Johnson he wanted to see, which was was going to leave some varsity a lack of penalties, ended the
head football coach Ronny Pruitt The varsity teams played each and Darrien Robinson had good players hustling to the play. players in the whole time, Pruitt spring on a high note. Pruitt said
watchedsomeofhis players grow other the first three quarters, with games, as well, Pruitt said, "Defensively, we had guys said. He stressed to his junior some of his younger players
up in a 6-6 tie against defending Union holding a 6-0 advantage while he also praised the play getting to the ball," Pruitt said. varsity kids to simply think of went into the game against the
Class 2A champion University after a touchdown run by fullback of starting' quarterback Caleb Pruitt was impressed with it as lining up against the Union defending state champs with
Christian in a spring classic on Daquin "Buddy" Edwards in the Cox and backup Casey Driggers. his junior varsity unit as a varsity players in practice, wide eyes, but walked off the
May 24 in Jacksonville. third quarter. Pruitt said Cox did a good job of whole. Though outscored What it amounted to was. field with a lot of confidence.
Pruitt. said he saw some Pruitt expected a good controlling the game's tempo, 6-0 by University, the junior some young kids performing Pruitt said it should be a good
"diamonds in the rough" among performance from Edwards, a while Driggers simply made varsity players had to line up well against offensive and springboard into next season.
his players and was proud of how returning starter, but was still smart decisions. against some varsity players, defensive linemen who were "I think it's really going to
younger players held their own impressed with his ability to There are things for the who remained in the game for approximately 6-4 and 290-300 help us," he said.
against some big, experienced avoid tackles. defensive unit to work on, Pruitt University due to the team's ,pounds.

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