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C.J. Spiller,
Gerard Warren
host annual
football clinic,
June 21
Buffalo Bills running
back C.J. Spiller and Gerard
Warren will host the USA
Football FUNdamentals
clinic for children ages 7-16
at 7:30-2 p.m. June 21, at
the Union County stadium
in Lake Butler. The free,
one-day clinic is designed
to introduce children to
football by teaching basic
skills in a fun and energetic
environment and is supported
through a grant from the NFL
youth football fund.
FUNdamentals
incorporates a series of drills
to teach passing, catching and
running skills in a non-contact
setting. All skills and drills
selected are based on USA
football's player progression
development model, ensuring
children are learning in an
age-appropriate manner,
based on their cognitive and
physical maturity.


Dental bus
schedule
The Baker County dental
bus will be parked at the Union
County Health Department
the 2nd week and the
Bradford Health Department
the 3rd week of every month
during the summer months.
Call the Baker County Health
Department at 1-866-617-
8708 or 904-259-6291 ext.
2291 for more information
and to check for eligibility.
-"Now accepting new patients
ages 3-20.


Substitute
training set
Substitute training is set
for new substitutes and for
current subs that did not
substitute for at least 10 days
daring the 2012-2013 school
year. The training will be held
July 23, and August 29; from
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the adult
education building. You must
attend one of these days.
If you attended training
last year and substituted in a
classroom for at least 10 days
during the 2012-2013 school
year, you will not need to
attend training again this year.,
Call Pam Pittman 386-496-
2045 ext 230 to sign up or if
you have any questions.


Bingo night set
Bingo night is set for Friday,
June 28, from 6 to 9 p.m.
at the Worthington Springs
Community Center. All ages
are invited to attend. All
proceeds benefit the seniors
of Worthington Springs.
Activity programs are
also held on Mondays and
Wednesday at the community
center ,from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m.. A variety of games are
available. Non-expensive
meals are also available to
help raise funds.


Dial-a-Story
*Call 386-496-2542 for a
story. Dial-a-story is a free
telephone service provided
by the Union Countya
Public Library. Stories are
appropriate for young children
and are changed weekly.


Union Juvenile Pinkston takes seat as mayor,
FResidentialt Worthington Springs, 3 council seats vacant
places 4th in lit
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state, reading
assessment
BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor

The Union Juvenile
Residential Facility received
their FAIR report from the
Department of Education with
some very positive results.
"FAIR stands for Florida
Assessment for Instruction of
Reading," said Barry Sams.
"It is a state mandated test that
students take 3 times a year
to determine their progress
in learning the reading
strategies for their grade. It
is the test that the state DOE
uses to monitor the progress
of reading instruction. Our
Reading teachers at Union
Juvenile Residential Facility
are Shawn Williams and
Peggy Hollingsworth. During
the 2011-12 school year, their
students achieved the 4th
highest growth rate on their
FAIR reading scores of all the
juvenile justice facilities in
the st.te. We are very proud
of the students and staff at
UJRF. The partnership of
the Union County School
Board and Sequel Youth and
Family Services in serving
the young men at UJRF
has proven exemplary once
again. Thanks to the staff and
students."

Aside from the daily
lessons of reading, writing
and arithmetic, some third
grade students at Lake Butler
Elementary School learned
that having a green thumb can
sometimes pay off.
Through a special program
offered by Bonnie Plants,
each third-grade student is
given one free cabbage plant
in the spring.
For a period of about two
months, the students are
allowed to take their cabbage
home, plant it, nurture it and
hopefully grow the heaviest
and largest plant of their class.
At the end of the growing
season, students are then asked
to photograph themselves
with their cabbage, harvest it
and take it to the Lake Butler
Farm Center for an official
weigh-in.
The student with the
largest cabbage per class is
then awarded cash prizes
through donations from local
businesses and community
members. The donations are
used as a way to encourage
more participation in the
national program.
Bonnie Plants' cabbage
program first began back in
2002 with a mission to inspire
a love of vegetable gardening
in young people.
The program uses a cross
variety cabbage, which is
known for producing giant,
oversized heads. It was the
first plant sold by Bonnie
Plants in 1918.
There were six students
at LBES that were awarded
cash prizes based on. their
cabbage's total weight.
As part of the program,
Bonnie Plants awards a one
thousand dollar scholarship to
one student in each state.
Local cash prizes were made
possible through donations
received from the Lake Butler
Farm- Center, Union County
Farm Bureau, Elery and
Katheryne Griffis, and Alvin
and Geraldine Griffis.
Students receiving prizes
were Kylee Davis, Sierra
Garland, Julianna O'Quinn,
Tenli Parrish, Logan Richards
and Ciara Woodall.

(Story and pictures provided
by Tammy Wilkerson.)


Ronnie Pinkston was appointed the mayor of Worthington Springs during the town
councils regular monthly meeting held June 4. The council seats recently held by Bob
Waters, Joan Douglas and Vicki Cushman are open for election, which will be held July
16. (Pictured, l-r) Pinkston was sworn in during the meeting by the town's attorney
William Sexton.

Third grade students participate in Bonnie
Plants cabbage program, 6 awarded cash prizes


Julianna O'Quinn poses in front of her 19-pound cabbage plant, which earned her fifty
dollars in cash prizes.


Six students from LBES proudly display their cash prizes for growing the largest
cabbages in their class during the Bonnie Plants cabbage-growing program. (Back
row, I-r) donors Alvin and Elery Griffis, and Greg Harden with the Union County Farm
Bureau. (Front row, I-r) Jaycee Davis, Cipra Woodall, Sierra Garland, Julianna O'Quinn,
Tenli Parrish and Logan Richards.


Kindergarten
straight A's,
LBES A/B honor
roll, LBES year
long straight A's,
2013/14 Safety
patrol and Tiger Up
bike winners also
in this edition.


Road Watch
According to the Florida
Department of Transportation,
there will be daytime lane
closures at SW 4th Avenue
and SW 1st Street in Lake
Butler while sidewalks are
being constructed south of
S.R.100.
On S.R. 121, there will be
daytime lane closures within
the school zones of Lake
Butler to upgrade signs.


Rotary hosts
annual 4th
of July
celebration

The annual 4th of July
celebration is set for
Thursday, July 4. The Lake
Butler Rotary has sponsored
this event for the past 10
years.
The Big Bass Fishing
Tournament will begin at
safe light on Lake Butler
Lake. The grand prize will
be $1,000. There will also
be additional cash prizes to
be won. Registration will
begin at 3:30 a.m. at the boat
ramp. The entry fee is $50 per
boat. You must be 18 or older
unless accompanied by an
adult. Valid FL fishinglicense
required. The weigh-ii will be
at 11 a.m.
The antique car show will
be from 9 a.m. to noon. At that
time, the car show winners and
the raffle ticket prizewinners
will be announced.
Vendor booth rentals with
tent $65.
The one-mile family fun
run will begin at 7 a.m. The
5K run will begin at 8 a.m.
Register at Lake Ave and NW
3 Street.
SOther things to enjoy
include: Karaoke, music,
water park bounce houses,
food, Rick's train rides, games
with fireworks at dusk.
For more information on
this annual event will follow
next week.


Lake Butler
Elementary
School
information
Careful consideration is
giyen to the needs of individual
students when administration
and staff assign students to
classes for the 2013 201"
school year. However, LBFS
will be providing a procedure
for parents of students who
would like to request a specific
teacher Monday, June 24.
LBES will only be accepting a
limited number of requests for
any teacher on this day. Due
to class size reduction, the
number of students in grades
kindergarten through third
grade is limited to 18 per class
and 22 in fourth grade.
The library door that faces
the bus ramp will be opened
at 8 a.m. Requests will be
received from parents or legal
guardians only. Parents will
not be allowed to hold a place
in line for other parents.
Due to liability concerns,
campers and motor homes
will not be allowed to park on.
campus overnight. If parents
have any questions they are
- encouraged to call LBES at
See School, 4A


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2A UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 2013


Health
Advisory
meeting set
The Union County Community
JHealth Advisory Group meeting
will be 'held June 24 at 5:30 p.m.
in lobby of the Union County
Health Department. The Well
Florida Council, who has been
working to help finalize the
community health improvement
plan will facilitate this meeting.


Dental Bus
schedule
The Baker County Dental
Bus will be parked at the Union
County Health Department the
second week of every month
during the school summer break.
If you wish to continue your
child's dental needs, call the
Baker County Health Department
at 1-866-617-8708 or 904-259-
6291 ext. 2291 to check for
eligibility. New patients are also
being accepted, ages 3-20.


Dinner and
Dancing
The 'Lake Butler Social club
sponsors a potluck dinner at
7 p.m. and a dance at ,8 p.m.
Saturday at the Lake Butler
Community Center for music
lovers over 18. The cost is $7 for
members and $8 for guests. Call
Sandra Tyre, 352-258-2803 for
additional information.


Museum
seeks old
fishing tackle
The Union County Historical
Society would like to develop
a section in the museum -for
:pre-1960's fishing tAclle to be
displayed such as reels, rods,
:lures, etc. Loan or donate your
-items to the museum to share
with others. The historical
:museum is located at 410 W
-Main Street in Lake Butler and
is open on Mondays from 9 a.m.
Sto noon. Call 386-496-2258 for
more information.

Free Clothing
for 'the family'
There will be free clothes for
"all of the family" on the third
Saturday of each month, from
9 to 11 a.m. at the Fellowship
SBaptist Church in Raiford right
off Hwy i 21 just before entering
town. The day will change to the
second Saturday of the month
beginning in July.


SKindergarten straight A's


(Back row, I-r) Beth Crawford, Colin Thomas, Reece
Hendricks and Emmalee Hollingsworth. (Front row, I-r)
Jolene Moore, Jesse Harden, Diamond Woodard and
Alexia Staffieri.


(Back row, I-r) Braden Adams, Layla Barber, Callie
Combs, Dailynn Croft and Ya'Kayla Jenkins. (Middle row,
I-r) Jalisia McMillian, Ashton Newsom, Sophia Parmley
and Mack Smith. (Front row, I-r) Addy Worrell, Campbell
Webb, Chainberlin Watts and Alec French.


(Back row, I-r) Gabe Castlen, McKenzie Flick, Bryce Hunt
and Harley Jordan. (Middle row, I-r) Trenton Klein, Aubrie
Muse, Morgan Rogers and Surie Sharp. (Front row, I-r)
Kailyn Thompson and Tyson Woodland. (Not pictured)
Brooke Goldie and Nathan White.


(Back row, I-r) Libbie Brant, Kylie Britt, Trey Cliffin and
Lucas Forsgren. (Third row, I-r) Justin Kerschner, Cailyn
Mattox, Jeremiah McKenzie, and Eli Moppert. (Second
row, I-r) Alexia Sapp, Hayley Sherrod, Cian Smith and
Shane Smith. (Front row, I-r) R.J. Wallace and Bo Wilson.
(Not pictured) Raylyn Gunter, Juliana Henderson and
Graci Temes.


(Back row, I-r) Landan Boyette, Jelissa Garcia, Jonathon
Kirsten and Lexie M'Sadoques. (Front row, I-r) Jacob
McBride, Kane Middleton, Karsen Middleton, Skyler
Moates and Daniel Tyler.


(L-r) Branden Smith, Camilla Carter, Haiden Barringer,
Heaven Scott, Jaylynn Moates and Leah Brannen.
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A/B honor
roll students
named, 4th nine
weeks
Kindergarten: Dillon
Duenas, Catlyn Farmer, Lily
Kelley, Patrick Maxwell,
Tariana Smith, Nicholas Harrell,
Austin Ray, Curtis Austin, Harry
Ellison,Kole Kennington,Mason
Kight, Naion Pellechio, Ryland
Bass, Teagan Terrell, Anthony
Holmes, Kutter Durrance, Wyatt
Bradley, Danielle Bryant, Lacey.
Johnson,. John Ryder, Scarlet
Stroud, Savannah Thompson,
Katrina Wright, Andrew Mohl,
Landon Biddix, Addison
Wright, Elijah Moore, Hayden
Barnes, Desiree Thomas, Jamiya
Jenkins, Angela Juarez-Mendez,
Isabella Parmley, Brody Nettles,
Elizabeth Long, Leah Miller,-
Sterley Morgan, Kayden
Waddell, Justin Wright, Jamaal
Reynolds, Case Elixson and
Krista Tanner.
First grade: Sydney Box,
Grayson Parks, Noah Sharp,
Trestin Durant, Eli Elixson,
Breonna Hunt, Kaden Hunt,
Jordan Cdlarke, Mary Grace
Crawford, Deonte' Jones, Elijah.
Griffis, Dolton Parrish, Brooke
Burgess, Micah Jordan, Charlie
Perry, Blaine Williams, Jahlivya
Woodall, Chloie Dalton, Kaylee
Gutherie, Jayden Jenkins,
Michelle Lacey, Jordan Miller,
Brianna Parrish, Jalayha Roberts,
Sean Smith, Haley Woods,
Natali Heaton, Tai Allen, Aaron
Alexander, Casey Crawford,
Makayla Nelson, Taryn Norman,
Ayden Proffitt, Ashton Warner,
Alexus Panozzo, Chrissy Lynn
Quiett and Logan Hires.
Second grade: Lexy Cox,

See A/B, 3A





THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 2013 UNION COUNTY TIMES 3A


A/B
Continued from 2A
Ja\cee Davis. Daylyn Diston,
racee Griffis, Perry Johnson,
Brianna Reilly, Waylen
Tetstone. Hailey, Thornton,
Colin Barret. Kyr"a Castleberry,
Kennedy D)ang, LiJly Donaldson,
Darien Jones. Therren Cooper,
Hope Andrew's Sahara Canada,
Miranda Martin, Aaliyah
Sellers. Daniel Shuler, Hayden
Whitehead. Josilyn Jenkins,
Kayleigh Anthony, Colton Bell,
Hanna Burnett, Emily Chapman,
Kayci Holder, Zackary Norman,
Nyasia Williams, Matthew Laux,
Charity Thompson, Jordan Pozo,
Zach Albritton, Jada Ridgeway,
Auntrell Ross, Stephen Woodard,
Cole Crosby, Destiny Lugenbeel,
Cameron Parrish, Jayce Puni,
Dylan Raish, Kasey Schaffer,
Markus Strong, Jesse Parker,
Rayvon Durant, Major Gaffney,
Keirsten Hardcastle, Chelsea
Keen, Stephen Rugg, Titius
Woodall, Madison Garber, Matt
Hedrick, Johniya Henderson,
Cole Huntley, Karly Shatto and
Adam Norcross.
Third grade: Eli Hendricks,
Lorina Kelley, Alisa Ridgeway,
Lillyann Saul, Lauren Smith,
Reghan Dukes, Deshaun Foster,
Heather Poole, Zachary Romrell,
Haylee Silcox., Jasmine Thomas,
Hunter Croft, Jackson Holton,
Garrett Kight, Landen Proffitt,
Violet Romero, Jamie Thomas,
Anna Ward, -Cayden Cutford,
De'Auntre Green, Evan Hall,
Makenna Lee, Malcolm Odum,
Jody DuBose, Hayden Davis,
Jake O'Steen, James Alford, Ian
Culbreath,Triston Foster,Shellee
Lockwood, Alaurie McClellon,
Tenli Parrish, Ariana Watts,

See A/B, 4A


Kindergarten straight A's


(Back row, I-r) Joseph Andrews, Seth Chestnut, Shyla
Crowe'and Dyshawn Dawsey> (Middle row, I-r) Justin
Haggerty, Kaylie Hendricks, Savannah Miller and Carrie
Regar. (Front row, I-r) Mikayla Schenk, Maddox Wheeler
and Emily Whitehead.


(Back row, I-r) Karen Compton, Seth Cox, Kevin Crawford
and Kileigh Hall. (Middle row, I-r) Blayne Hendricks, Eli
Hendricks, Jarrod Hendricks and Cali McMahan. (Front
row, .I-r) Kaitlyn Parrish, Jolena Rogers, Kaylee Romero
and Destiny Thomas.


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$1000 Grand Prize
Additional cash prizes
Registration begins
S3:30am at the boat ramp.
$50 entry fee per boat.
Must be 18yrs & older
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For more information call
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Thursday, July 4,2013



Fireworks at Dusk!



Antique Car Show
9-12pmni
12pm: Car Show Winners
Raffle Ticket Prizes


One Mile Family Fun Run
8:00am: 5K Run
7am: Register at Lake Ave & NW-3rd St.

Music

Karaoke and music: Noon to dusk


Games
Bouince House: Noon to dusk


Rick's Train Rides
Noon to Dusk


Vendors
Booth rental with tent only $65



A Pay of Family Fun!

7- /'/ .


(Back row, I-r) Lauren Anthony, Nolan Beighley, Dallen
Cox and Harrison Cunningham. (Third row, I-r) Emily
Higginbotham, Owen Johnson, Leah Norcross and
Garrison Ritch. (Second row, I-r) Michael-Ann Smith,
Kamryn Southerland, Jameson Tetstone and Ansleigh
Worrell. (At front) Carter Whitehead.


(Back row, I-r) Jernna Bielling, Ashlyn Benefield,
Racheal Bloodsworth, and Jesse Chailkin. (Third row,
I-r) Makenzie Daniels, Zoe Elixson, Kaitlin Mann and
Hyacinth Nielsen. (Second row, I-r) Americus Rocha,
Gabe Tallman, Ava Westmoreland and Jasper White. (At
front) Krista Young. (Not pictured) Devin Diggs.


(Back row, I-r) Ava Walker, Barron Walden, Carli Trent,
Connor Williams and Darby Andrews. (Middle row, I-r)
Eliza Cabral, Jake Walker, Joseph Harris, Maggie Wade
and Miranda Hedrick. (Front row, I-r) Nadia Norman,
Rylan Jackson, Taleya Smith, Tifton Roseke and Yasmine
Givens.


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Host an
exchange
student
World Heritage Student
Exchange Program, a nonprofit,
public benefit organization,
is seeking local host families
for high school boys and girls
from Spain, Germany, Thailand,
Norway, China, Russia, France,
the former Soviet Republics,
Denmark, Italy, Sweden and
more.
Host families are asked to
include the student as a member
of their family. Couples, single
parents and families with and
without children in the home are
all encouraged to host. You can
choose a student for a semester
or for the school year.
Each World Heritage exchange
student is fully insured, brings
his/her own personal spending
money and expects to contribute
to his/her share of household
responsibilities, as well as
being included in normal family
activities and lifestyles. The
students are excited to learn
about America by "living" it.
Imagine a world of peace and
greater, understanding. Imagine
yourself as part of the solution.
Today's teens are tomorrow's
parents, international business
people and possibly even
future political leaders. Please
share your corner of America
by hosting a World Heritage
exchange student and helping
them experience life in your
area. For more information,
call Local World Heritage Area
Representative Diana Capito at
904-553-9172 or 1-800-888-
9040 toll-free. You can also visit
www.whHosts.com for more
information.

Hay Field
Day set
The UF/IFAS Northeast
Florida Livestock Agents Group
will be hosting an educational
meeting for hay producers in
Northeast Florida. The Hay Field
Day will be held Wednesday,
July 10 from 8:30 a.m. to 2
p.m. The program will be held
at the Santa Fe River Ranch
in Alachua County. Topics
presented include: hay testing,
integrated pest management,
body condition scoring, pasture
weed management and new
bahia grass varieties: TifQuik
and UF Riata.
Registration will begin at 8:30
a.m. with presentations starting
promptly at 9 a.m. There will
be a $5 per person registration
fee to cover materials and
sponsored lunch. Register by
July 8 to reserve your place at
this workshop by calling Cindy
Sanders at the Alachua County
Extension Office at 352-955-
2402.
Persons with disabilities
needing special accommodations
should contact the Extension
Office at least 10 working days
prior to the event so that special
consideration can be given to the *
request.


Medicare/
Medicaid
counseling set
There will be free Medicare/
Medicaid counseling sponsored
by SHINE on the first and third
Wednesday of every month from
2 to 4 p.m. at the Union County
Health Department, 495 E. Main
St. in Lake Butler.
SHINE counselors assist
seniors and persons with
disabilities to understand health
insurance choices, apply for
assistance and file appeals.
SHINE does not sell insurance
or represent any insurance entity.
For information or to learn about
volunteering for SHINE, call the
Elder Helpline at 1-800-963-
5337. ,


Rotary meet
The Lake Butler Rotary meets
on Tuesday wveekly.oat noon
at the First Christian Church.
Prospective members are'invited
t6 attend. Lake Butler Rotary is
part of Rotary International. For
more information contact G.
Bird at 386-496-2526, or ask any
Rotarian.


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4A UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 2013


A/B
Continued from 3A

Abigayle Andrews, Tyreshia
Archer, Jeremiah Bassile,
Brooklyn Crews, Kiersten Lee,
Hailey Fishburn, Charolette
Gambel, India George, Joseph
Kirby, Breanna Melton,
Jackson Perkins, Kayla Varnes-
Vaughn, Alaina Wright, Ashlyn
Anderson, Gavin Barfield, Caden
Barrett, Dezmond Edwards, C.J.
Hernandez, Brodi Long, Adam
Maddux,Tracy Medina, Shamira
Perry, Wesley Richardson,
Kailey Sapp, Starla Vaughn,
Summer Bridges, C.J. Freeman,
Dylan Decueber, Haleigh
Doughman, Patrick Graham,
Joseph Sandridge, Dillon Seay,
Ethan Thomas, Jace Bielling,
John Dekle, Morgan Hodges,
Tatiyana Holmes, Luke Johns,
Amy Owen, Zeb Raulerson,
Eli Rogers, Morgan Seay and
Katelyn Starling.
Fourth grade: Cora Bryant,
Kaitlyn Gainey, Erica Roseke,
Savanna Tollefsrud, Nicole
White, Maci Whitehead,
Madelyn Whitehead, Kiona
Williams, Grant Wilson, Blake
Bass, Jackson Griffis, Kaylee
Hamrick, Karla Parks, Hunter
Parrish, Taylar Silcox, Kayla
Weeks, Alexis Williams,
Madison Boyette, Alivia
Crawford, Abigail Crawford,
Jacob Faulkner, Alan Holloway,
Dillon Langford, Rain Rogers,
Miranda Broughton, Arthur
Brown, Kolby Carter, Andrew
Courson, .Katherine Dorsey,
Christopher Griffis, Aliyah


Hancock, Jake Newman,
Ryan Patrick, Spencer Taylor,
Iris Thomas, Mason Warren.
Terryn Wilkins, Kaleb Renaldi.
Tristin Bynum, Chloe DuBose.
Quaneria Epes, Autumn Friel,
Randa Goodwin, Cody Harrell,
Elizabeth Lewis, Briar Johns,
Roberto Saravia, Ke'Andre
Young, Brett Abraham. Hailey
Britt, Gracie Cabral, I)reu
Clemons, B.J. Harvey. L\nsie
Johnson, Troy Rizer, Danielle
Slown, Ashlyn Agner, Macayla
Benefield, Tripp Davis, Hannah
Fischer, Douglas Knaggc,
Hannah Mason, Conner Rizer,
Ashlann Roberts, Emily
Akridge, Chloe Fairfield, Hunter
Maldonado, Wayne Elixson and
Ti'Onna Healey.

6 a




School
Continued from 1A


496-3047.
On Tuesday, June 25, at
7 a.m., phone or written
requests will be accepted
from parents who chose not
to participate in the stand-in
line procedure. Classes that
have closed during the stand-
in line procedure will not be
open for requests. Parents
may give three names. No
written or verbal requests will
be accepted prior to Monday,
June 24. Requests will not be
taken after Thursday, June 27.


Elementary names
new safety patrol

On the last day of the school, 45
Lake Butler Elementary students were
announced as the newest school safety
patrol officers for the upcoming year.
Sponsored by AAA, safety patrol
members play a vital role in the safety
of students at LBES by assisting faculty
.and staff.
Duties often include, monitoring
students in the mornings, serving as
a role model, raising and lowering the
flag, as well as many other leadership
functions.
As a reward for their year-long
service, all AAA Safety Patrol members
have the opportunity to take a week-long
trip to Washington, D.C. each summer.
The Safety Patrol members for the
2013-14 school year are as follows;
,Captains Maegan Beatty and Eli Rimes,
Lieutenants Taryn Norman and Kimmie
Palmer, Sergeants Will Harden and
Landon Klein.
Patrolers are Taylor Batson, Ashli
Boatright, Kyla Boney, Summer
Bridges, McKenzie Clemons, Hunter
Croft,Josie Croft, Hayden Davis,Ayden
Elixson,Hailey Fishburn,Triston Foster,
Lily French, Sierra Garland, Jessie Hall,,
Eli Hendricks, Sabrena Howard, Luke
Johns, Akira Jonas, Andrew Laux,
Alaurie McClellon, Makayla McKenzie,
Peter Merola, Will Odom, Jake O'Steen,
Laura Park, Gwenyth Parrish, Megan
Parrish, Tenli Parrish, Tori Polbos,
Logan Richards, James Rogers, Lanie
Sargent, Hunter Sherrod, Kinley Smith,
Katelyn Starling, Anna Ward, Hannah
Warren, Natalie Waters, and Ciara
Woodall.
(Story and pictures provided by
Tammy Wilkerson.)


Food Pantry receives large donation


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The Union County Food Pantry recently received 16 boxes of food, which were
donated by the Lake Butler Post Office. (L-r) Ron and Sandy Bostick stand with
Henry and Catherine Filer, taking a break for picture before stocking the shelves
with the donated items. The Food Pantry is located at 125 E. Main Street and is
open every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 8 a.m. to noon. Donations may
be dropped off directly at the pantry, at Roberts Insurance or the Union County
Times. The food pantry is an accredited 501(c)(3) public charity.


I-LEROY SCOTT A/K/A LEROY L.
L GAL T SCOTT, et al.
Defendant
[ JL ALS NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that the
following described property:
LOT 31, SADDLEBROOK ESTATES,
ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR
UCT LEGALS 6/20 PLAT THEROF, AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 1, PAGES 32 AND 33,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA. MFG.
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA SERIAL #FLFLT79AB12229HE21
CASE NO.: 63-2012-CA-156 3643B, HUD CERT #FLA583299
JAMES E. WHITEHEAD and SUE R. AND "FLA538800, MFG. NAME
WHITEHEAD, FLEETWOOD HOMES OF
Plaintiffs, FLORIDA, MODEL N/A, DATE OF
vs. MFG. 11/11/96, SIZE 66.5 X 23.0
WILLIAM E WOODINGTON THIS MANUFACTURED HOME IS
UNITEDSTATESOF AMERICA, AN IMPROVEMENT TO THE LAND
UNITED STATE'S OF AMERICA; ^ S^ S^ ^'1
BASS & HIGGINBOTHAM, LTD and AND AN IMMOVABLE FIXTURE.
CAPITAL CITY BANK, Also known as: 6007 SW 91st Place,
Defendants. Lake Butler, FL 32054
NOTICE OF SALE,I shall be sold by the Clerk of the
NOTICE IS GIVEN that pursuant toa hi s ourtat public_'sal,' pursuant
NTCpusat to a h umr ea Jamn
Final Judgment Of Foreclosure Dated"" to the Summary -Final Judgment
June 5, 2013 in the above-styled in the above styled action dated
cause, I will sell to the highest and May 29, 2013, at the Union County
best bidder for cash at the front door Courthouse in Lake Butler, Florida, at
of the Union County Courthouse 11:00A.M. on July 11th, 2013, to the
Lake Butler, Florida at 11:00 AM. on best and highest bidder for cash.
Thursday, July25, 2013, the following Any person claiming an interest in
described real property: any surplus from the sale, other than
Exhibit "A" the property owner as of the date of
Parcel A the notice of lis pendens, must file a
A parcel of land lying, being and claim within 60 days after the sale
situate in Section 29, Township 5 WITNESS my hand and official seal
South, Range 20 East, Union County, in the State and County aforesaid this
Florida, more particularly described 11th day of June 2013.
as follows: Kellie Hendricks Connell
COMMENCE at the Southwest Clerk of Court
comer of Southwest 1/4 of Southwest Crystal ,orman
1/4 of Section 29, and run North 01 Deputy Clerk
degree 44-rfiinutes 04 seconds West, 6/13 2tchg 6/20-UCT
along the West line of said Southwest
1/4 of Southwest 1/4 of Section 29, LEGAL NOTICE
a distance of 504.00 feet; thence UNION COUNTY
run North 86 degrees 02 minutes 05 TRANSPORTATION
seconds East a distance of 840.00 DISADVANTAGED
feet; thence run North 01 degree 44 COORDINATING BOARDMEETING
minutes 04 seconds West a distance The North Central Florida Regional
of 38.00 feet to the intersection with Planning Council announces a public
the North right-of-way line of State meeting to which all persons are
Rod Number 100 and the POINT invited.,
OF BEGINNING of the hereinafter DATEANDTIME-, y .16, 2013 at
described parcel of land: Thence :5Apm. n Cmsor
continue running North 01 degree PLACE: .bnty Commissioners
44 minutes 04 seconds West a Meeting Room in the Union County
distance of 120.38 feet; thence run CourthouSe located at 175 W. Main
North 86 degrees 02 minutes 05 Street, Lake Butler, Florida
seconds East a distance of 98.00 GENERAL SUBJECT MATTER TO
feet; thence run South 01 degree 43 BE CONSIDERED: To conduct the
minutes 36 seconds East a distance regular business of the Union County
of 119.99 feet to the intersection with
saidj-orth right-of-way line of StateI
RoFd Number 100; thence run South I ".l
85,gree,,48 minutes 20 seconds
WestT, oraid North right-of-way .
line of State"Road&Number 100, a
distance o O8'C0"feet to the POINT
OF BEGINNING.
4Pdcel E
': Block 2 of F.N. Andrews Addition to .,
the City of Lake Butler, Florida, in '....
Section 29, Township 5 South, Range .,.,,
20 East, Union County, Florida.. -
TOGETHER WITH
Begin at the SW comer of Lot 12, -
Block 2, and run East along the .
Southern boundary of Block 2 to the
center of a 12 foot alley lying between
Blocks,1 and 2, thence run South 15
feet, thence run West, parallel with
the Southern boundary of Block 2,
to a point 15 feet South o the point A*
of beginning; F.N. Andrews Addition Ab o t e
to the City of Lake Butler, as per plat Aabma. et f spoi
thereof recorded in Plat Book 1, Page
11, Public Records of Union County, 1 9os m lf
Florida.
ALSO, the West half of a 12 foot alley Crawer TachosFHydraulic
lying between Block 1 and 2 of F.N. Loader Backhoes, FarmTrac
Andrews Addition to the City of Lake Flatbed & Dump Trucks Truck Tra
Butler, as per plat thereof recorded in Late Model Chevrolet, Ford
Plat Book 1, Page 11, Public Records and MUCH,
of Union County, Florida.
TOGETHER WITH 1-1969 VAND For Detailed Listing & Pho
Single wide Mobile Home with ID
#41C6412S3N5598, which is located BryantWood
thereon. ALLIC #1137 T i
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, other
.than the property owner as of the r i --
date of the Lis Pendens must file a I r1
claim within 60 days after the sale. FriII
Dated this 7th day of June, 2013. Ele 0 j
KELLIE HENDRICKS I Drugs May Be Dange
Clerk of the Circuit Court Dr s ay B e foe
By: Crystal Norman FREE book by doc
Deputy Clerk FREE book by doct
6/13 2tchg 6/20-UCT drug companies don


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case #63-2012-CA-0099
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.
Plaintiff
vs


Transportation Disadvantaged Baymeadows Way West, Suite 100, in v,
Coordinating Board. Jacksonville, Florida. (b)
Acopyof the agenda maybe obtained A person whose substantial interests eac
by contacting: North Central Florida are affected by the above proposed the
Regional Planning Council, 2009 agency action may petition for acti
NW 67th Place, Gainesville, Florida an administrative determination (c)
32653-1603. (hearing) under Sections 120.569 peti
Pursuant to the provisions of and 120.57 of the Florida Statutes. affe
the Americans with Disabilities The petition must contain the or p
Act, any person requiring special information set forth below and must (d)
accommodations to participate in be filed (received) in the Department's disp
this meeting is asked to advise the Office of General Counsel, Marjory that
agency at least 2 business days Stoneman Douglas Building, 3900 (e)
before the meeting by contacting Commonwealth Boulevard, Mail peti
352.955.2200. If you are hearing Station 35, Tallahassee, Florida or
or speech impaired, please contact 32399-3000. Petitions filed by any acti
the agency using the Florida Relay persons other than those entitled to (f)
Service, 1.800. 955.8771 (TDD) or written notice under Section 120.60(3) stat
1.800. 955.8770 (Voice), of the Florida Statutes must be filed requ
If any person decides to appeal any within 14 days of publication of this the
decision made by the Board with notice or receipt of the written notice, acti
respect to any matter considered whichever occurs first. The petitioner (g)
at the meeting, he/she will need to shall mail a copy of the petition to the by
ensure that a verbatim record of the applicant at the address indicated the
proceeding is made, which record above at the time of filing. The failure Dep
includes the testimony and evidence of any person to file a petition within the
from which the appeal is to be issued, the appropriate time period shall acti
6/20 ltchg-UCT constitute a waiver of that person's A
right to request an administrative the
STATE OF FLORIDA determination (hearing) under Del
DEPARTMENT OF Sections 120.569 and 120.57 of the stat
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION Florida Statutes, or to intervene in this anc
NOTICE OF PROPOSED AGENCY proceeding and participate as a party info
ACTION to it. Any subsequent intervention req
The Department of Environmental (in a proceeding initiated by another Floi
Protection gives Notice of its Intent party) will be only at the discretion of Bec
to Issue a permit to New River Solid the presiding officer upon the filing of proc
Waste Association, to incrementally a motion in compliance with Rule 28- final
steepen the permitted side slopes 106.205 of the Florida Administrative peti
Cells 1 through 4 from 4H:1V to Code. fina
3H:1V (horizontal run to vertical rise) A petition that disputes the material the
of the Class I Landfill; to-steepen.the--facts on which the Department's Per
permitted side slopes Cells 5 and 6' action is based must contain the will
from 4H:1V to 3H:1V of the Class following information: dec
I Landfill; to remove the existing (a) The name, address, and righ
unlined Class III Landfill and relocate telephone number of each petitioner, the
the waste (including asbestos) to the the applicant's name and address, the the
Class I Landfill; to perform a partial Department File Numbers (13500- Ina
closure of the side slopes of the Class 027 and 13500-028) and the county the
I Landfill; and to continue to operate
and maintain the Class I Landfill
(Cells 1 through 6) and the Waste
Tire Collection Center. The Facility
is located east of State Road 121,
2.5 miles north of Raiford, in Union
County, Florida. The Department File
Numbers for this project are 13500- ',
027 and 13500-028. .
The Department's file on this matter
is available for public inspection i
during normal business hours, 8:00 M "
a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through '
Friday, except legal holidays, at 8800


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which the project is proposed;
A statement of how and when
h petitioner received notice of
Department's action or proposed
on;
A statement of how each
tioner's substantial interests are
cted by the Department's action
proposed action;
A statement of all material facts
)uted by petitioner or a statement
t there are no disputed facts;
A statement of facts which the
tioner contends warrant reversal
modification of the Department's
on or proposed action;
A statement of which rules or
tutes the petitioner contends
uire reversal or modification of
Department's action or proposed
on; and
A statement of the relief sought
the petitioner, stating precisely
action the petitioner wants the
apartment t62't.ke witffi- respect'.to
Department's action or. proposed
on.
petition that does not dispute
material facts on which the
apartment's action is based shall
:e that no such facts are in dispute
I otherwise shall contain the same
*rmation as set forth above, as
uired by Rule 28-106.301 of the
rida Administrative Code.
cause the administrative hearing
cess is designed to formulate
a1 agency action, the filing of a
tion means that the Department's
.1 action may be different from
position taken by it in this notice.
sons whose substantial interests
be affected by .any such final
vision of the Department have the
it to petition to become a party to
proceeding, in accordance with
requirements set forth above.
ccordance with Section 120.573 of
Florida Statutes, the Department


advises that mediation is not available
in this case under the provisions of
that statute. This does not prevent
any interested parties from agreeing
to other forms of alternate dispute
resolution.
6/20 ltchg-UCT
PUBLIC NOTICE
This is to inform you that Suwannee
River Economic Council, Inc. will
hold a pre-bid conference and walk-
thru for the weatherization work of
seven (7) single-family dwellings in
the Union County Weatherization
Program.
This meeting will be held June
21, 2013, beginning a 8:00 am at
S.R.E.C., Inc. Outreach Office, 855
S.W. 61 Avenue, Lake Butler, Florida
32054.
The conference and walk-thru
is mandatory, no exceptions,
for contractors who plan to bid.
S.R.E.C., Inc,.,- requires each
contractor to be properly licensed,
carry general liability insurance of at
least $1,000,000.00 POI (Pollution
Occurrence Insurance) and Workers
Comp Insurance (No Exemptions)
before bid opening.
Original bids for these units will be
due by 12:00 noon June 26, 2013, at
Suwannee River Economic Council,
Inc. Outreach Office, Industrial
Park, 855 S.W. 6th Avenue, Lake
Butler, Florida 32054. Please mark
envelope "Sealed Bid for Name of
Homeowner". Bids are to be opened
and awarded June 26, at 12:30 p.m.
S.R.E.C., Inc. has the right to reject
any and all bids. The bids will be
awarded on the most cost effective
basis.
Some of the BATCH(s) May
CONTAINS HOMES THAT WERE
CONSTRUCTED PRIOR TO 1978,
AND MAY CONTAIN LEAD-BASED
PAINT.
6/20 ltchg-UCT


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Grant supports
Acorn clinic
classes in rural
areas

The Avon Breast Health
Outreach program has
awarded a $27,320 one-year
grant to Alachua County
Organization for Rural
Needs, Inc.-(ACORN Clinic)
,to increase awareness of the
life-saving benefits of early
detection of breast cancer.
It is the 10th year the Avon
Foundation for Women has
funded ACORN's Women's
Health Partnership, Breast
Health Outreach Program,
to support its work on this
important health issue and in
recognition of the program's
excellence.
Health disparities are acute
in rural north central Florida,
the area served by ACORN
Clinic. Cancer is the leading
cause of death in Bradford
and Union counties, with a
higher incidence of breast
cancer existing in Bradford
County than in the entire state
of Florida itself.
The Women's Health
Partnership Program at
ACORN Clinic educates
women in a tri-county area
of north central Florida that
includes Alachua, Bradford
and Union counties on proper
breast health education and
self-examination and offers
free or low cost mammograms
to uninsured or underinsured
women who have no
financial resources to obtain
an annual screening. The
program targets rural areas
with reduced access to health
education and mammography
services. Women of all races
are reached through women's
church groups, senior centers,
low-cost health clinics and
other community based
organizations. -
Beginning in June, Johnette
Davis, ACORN Clinic's new
Breast. Health Educator, will
hold breast health education
classes at a local church and
the Starke Senior Center, with
other locations to bescheduled
through the summer and fall.
"I am pleased to partner with


ACORN Clinic and the Avon
Foundation for Women to
help women in our community
detect and prevent breast
cancer in their lives through
education and awareness,"
said Davis, a registered nurse
for eight years.
Since January 2003,
ACORN Clinic's Women's
Health Partnership, Breast
Health Outreach program
has reached 8,878 women
with information about the
importance of early detection
of breast cancer, facilitated
2,798 mammography referrals
and performed 3,614 clinical
breast exams. Goals for 2013
are to reach 750 women with
educational information, 300
for clinical breast exams and
300 mammography referrals.
According to the American
Cancer Society 20.13 Breast
Cancer Facts, in a lifetime, 1
in 8 US women will develop
invasive breast cancer. Breast
cancer is the most commonly
diagnosed cancer among
women in the United States
and the second leading cause
of cancer deaths; only lung
cancer accounts for more
cancer-related. deaths in
women. Nationwide, there
is a new diagnosis every
three minutes and a death
from breast cancer every 14
minutes. While advances have
been made in prevention,
diagnosis and treatment, early
detection still affords the best
opportunity for successful
treatment. Programs such as
ACORN's Women's Health
Partnership, Breast Health
Outreach Program help ensure
that all women have access to
early detection information
and options, even poor
and medically underserved
women.
Since 1993, the Avon
Foundation has awarded
more than 1,550 grants to
community-based breast
health programs across the
United States, including the
Women's Health Partnership
at the ACORN Clinic. These
programs are dedicated
to educating underserved
women about breast cancer
and linking them to early
detection screening services.
SThe; A.von ... Foundation
for Women7 .an-" accredited


501(c)(3) public charity,
was founded in 1955 to
improve the lives of women
and today is the world's
largest corporate-affiliated
philanthropy focused on issues
that matter most to women.
The Avon Breast Cancer
Crusade, which observed its
20th anniversary in 2012, has
placed Avon at the forefront
of the fight against breast
cancer. Today, Avon is the
leading corporate supporter
of the cause globally. In the
more than 20 years since
the crusade's launch, Avon
breast cancer programs in
58 countries have donated
more than $780 million
for research and advancing
access to care, regardless of a
person's ability to pay. Avon
raises funds for the crusade
through the sale of Avon
"Pink Ribbon" products, and
through events and walks,
such as the U.S. Avon Walk
for Breast Cancer series,
which is the Foundation's
largest fundraising source.
The Avon Breast Health
Outreach Program is
administered by Cicatelli
Associates Inc. to support
community-based, nonprofit
breast health programs
across the country. The
Fund's National Advisory
Board selected the Women's
Health Partnership Program
at ACORN 'Clinic as one
of 100 new grant recipients
nationwide in the 2013
cycle of Avon Breast Health
Outreach Program grants.
These organizations were
chosen based on their ability
to effectively reach women,
particularly minority, low-
income, and older women,
who are often medically
underserved.
For more information on
Women's Health Partnership
program at ACORN Clinic,
call Sabrina Rooney at (352)
485-1133 ext. 22 to schedule a
program for your community.
For more information
about breast cancer, contact
the American Cancer
Society at 1-800-ACS-2345
www.cancer.org or the
National Cancer Institute at
1-800-4-CANCER www.
cancer.gov
To learn more about the
Avon Foundation for Women,
call 1-866-505-AVON or
visit www.avonfoundation.
org where you can access
free printable breast health
resource guides in English


and Spanish. For information
or to register or support the
Avon walk for breast cancer
events, visit www.avonwalk.
orgorcall 1-888-540-WALK.


Year long

elementary

honor roll

students

named

Lake Butler Elementary
students who made straight
A's all year were:
First grade: Brycen
Boney, Wyatt Chapman,
Noelle, Lindsey, Alexus
Panozzo, Colby Peacock,
Carter Roberts, Sawyer
Roberts, Erich Seager, Kody
Stalnaker, 'Baler Waters,
Jack Henry Whitehead,
Kearstin Chavis, Cloey
McLaughlin, Gracy Parrish,
Rhyan Thomas, Emilee
Benton, Taliyah Harper,
Ashden Johnson, Giavanna
Merola, Jeremiah Denmark,
Vivien Coldiron, Klaryssa
Kennington, Kameran
Paytee, Brody Smith, Kylee
Williams,. Kadence Adams,
Cailynn Boggs, Jewel Dekle,
Grant Dicks, Lyndee Griffis,
Kiera Hunter, Lily Neal,
Kanten Touchstone, Dawson
Crews, Kadence Hawkins,
Brooklyn Prescott, Jason
Thomas, Bradin Goff, Kora
Jones, Kayli Carlisle, Abigail
Gainey, Tucker Parrish,
Georgia Rizer, Konnor
Rossiter, Jordan Seay,
1ayley Tomlinson, Kyler
Barnett, Tanner Connell,
Kiran Crawford, Landen
Gibson, Karli Jenkins, Johnte'
Nichols, Rylie Parrish and
Lily Young.
Second grade: Ethan
Hancock, TreVon Lee,
Emily Richards, Jordan
Sarnderson, Katie Wade, Ella
Dicks",Ethan Graham, Layne
Moore, Ian Brannen, Kendel
Forsyth, Carson Rogers, Cole
Andersen-Davis, Jill Alie
Hercule-Espinal, Kindall
Johnson, Hance Jones, Jaci
Patrick, Brand0p i.. r.iown,
Katelyn Jenkins, Michael
Young, Hailey Bradley,
Abygayle Fillyaw, A'Nieca
Robins, Hannah Sherrod,
Sarah Archer, Leah Clark,
Colby Dukes, Drew Manning,


Karly Ann Raulerson,
Reagan Robinson, Karleigh
White, Emily Wilson, Hailey
Bradley, Abygayle Fillyaw,
A'Nieca Robins, Hannah
Sherrod, Katelyn Jenkins,
Michael Young, Brandon
Brown, Cole Andersen-
Davis, Jill Alie Hercule-
Espinal, Kindall Johnson,
Hance Jones, Jaci Patrick,
Ian Brannen, Kendel Forsyth,
Carson Rogers, Layne Moore,
Ella Dicks, Ethan Graham,
Ethan Hancock, Tre'Von
Lee, Emily Richards, Jordan
Sanderson and Katie Wade.
Third grade: Logan
Richards, Akira Jonas, Sierra
Garland, Tori Polbos, Hunter
Sherrod, Lanie Sargent,
Landon Klein, James Rogers,
Ciara Woodall, Sabrena
Howard, Andrew Laux, Peter
Merola, Will Odom, Taryn
Norman, Gwenyth Parrish,
McKenzie Clemons, Ayden
Elixson, Laura Park, Maegan
Beatty and Curran Webb.
Fourth grade: Keeley
Durrance, Noah Sanderson,
Mark Seager, Brooklyn
Williams, Chloe McMinn,
Caitlyn Smith, Hayden
Johnson, Meghan Mobley,
Elaine Odom', Jared Philbrick,
Krista Brown, Ryan Patrick,
Lili Hart, Emily Johnson,
Hannah Perron, Paden Clyatt,
Whip Davis, Braxton Dukes,
Lake Harris, Brian Kish,
Skyler Shatto, Noah Tallman,
Colton Cox, Katy White,
Emily Davison, Caroline
Fillyaw, Aidan McRannolds,
Brycen Peacock, Julianne
Roberts, Delaney Sweat and
Kaley Thornton.

All year A/B honor roll
students ,were:
First grade: John Griffis,
Clayton Poppell, Chrissy
Lynn Quiett, Miranda Beard,
Casey Crawford, Makayla
Nelson, Ayden Proffitt,
Ashton Warner, Carenna
Alexander, Tai Allen, Aiden
Bell, Emily Regar, Jacob
Alford, ,Natali Heaton,
Hayden Erwin, Jayden
Jenkins, Krystyna Kirkland,
Jordan Miller, Brianna
Parrish, Brooke Burgess,
Micah Jordan, Sydney
Taylor, Kaylee Thompson,
Blaine Williams,. Dayquan
Diston;,Patricio' Perez, Elijah'
Griffis, Tom Jenkins, Dolton
Parrish, Aliyah Smith, Janiah
Albritton, Jordan 'Clarke,
Jimmy Cox, Mary Grace
Crawford, Chevy Doughman,
Calistal Law, Preston Bonsall,
Trestin Durant, Eli Elixson,
Breonna Hunt, Landyn Lynn,
Alayna Watkins, Riggs Davis,
Jordan Hendricks, Mackenzie
Orton, Bryce Sanders and
Noah Sharp.
Second grade: Matt
Hedrick, Johniya Henderson,
Cole Huntley, Dylan
Lovelace, Caleb Ripplinger,
Karly Shatto, Tristen
Woodall, Keirsten Hardcastle,
Stephen Rugg, Natalie Gay,
Jayda Hendrieth, Jasmin
James, Macy Malphurs,
Jesse Parker,. Emma Perron,
Blake Agner, Abigail
Batson, Cameron Parrish,
Keaton Holmes, Jordan
Pozo, Auntrell Ross, Justin


Alford, Madison Johnson, .
Max Newman, Cheyenne
O'Steen, Angela ,Tucker, -:
Danielle Barrick, Colton Bell, -'
Johnny Benefield, Hanna .:
Burnett, Emily Chapman,
Ian Halfacre, Kayci Holder,-
Matthew Laux, Michael .
Mohl, Zackary Norman, ::
Nyasia Williams, Carson :
Boyette, Hope Andrews,
Josilyn Jenkins, Miranda
Martin, Hayden Whitehead,
Tamia Young, Colin Barrett, ...
Lilly Donaldson, Krista Fort, .,
Rhett Gill, Darien Jones,
Tommy Robinson, Ja'ckyrah .
White, Lexy Cox, Jaycee ,.
Davis, Grace Griffis, Perry ...
Johnson, Brianna Reilly and
Waylen Tetstone.
Third grade: Kylee
Davis, John Dekle, Luke ..
Johns, Amy Owen, Kimmie .
Palmer, Megan Parrish,
Eli Rogers, Kinley Smith, ..
Katelyn Starling, Hannah
Warren, Summer Bridges, .
C.J. Freeman, Jessie Hall,
Seth Tieken, Dylan Decueber,
Haleigh Doughman, Caden
Barrett, C. J. Hernandez,
Brodi Long, Tracy Medina,
Hailey Fishburn, Charlotte -
Gambel, Jackson Perkins,
Jeremiah Bassile, Tenli
Parrish, Alaurie McClellon, :
Shellee Lockwood, Kyla
Boney,Jody DuBose, Hayden
Davis, Jake O'Steen, Sabrina
Miller, Emily Mangiafico,
Cayden Cutford, Ashli
Boatright, Taylor Batson, :
Josie- Croft,. Hunter Croft,
Anna Ward, Tahj Merriex,
Natalie Waters, Lily French,
Will Harden, Eli Hendricks
and Lauren Smith.
Fourth grade: Kaitlyn
Gainey, Miyah Jenkins,
Jackson Romrel'l, Erica
Roseke, Grace Stroud,
Savanna Tollefsrud, Nichole
White, Maci Whitehead, '.;
Madelyn Whitehead, Grant
Wilson, Hunter Williams,
Abby Rainey, Destiny
Daniels, Wayne Elixson,.
Amber Gunter, Ti'Onna
Healey, Austin Lake, Hunter
Maldonado, Ashlyn Agner, -
Douglas Knagge, Hannah
Mason, Conner Rizer,Ashlann .
Roberts, Miranda Broughton,
Arthur Brown, Kolby
Carter, Kathenrine Dorsey,:
Christopher Griffis, Aliyah
Hancock, Jake Newman,
Ryan Patrick, Spencer.',-
Taylor, Iris Thomas, Terryn
Wilkins, Kaleb Renaldi, "
Alivia Crawford, Abigail
Crawford, Alan Holloway,
Blake Bass, Jackson Griffis,,
Solomon Jones, Karla Parks, -
Hunter Parrish, Taylar Silcox, '
Kayla Weeks, Chloe DuBose,'
Desmond Givens, Quaneria .'
Epps, Randa Goodwin, Cody
Harrell, Briar Johns, Roberto :
Saravia, Kelsey Starling,
Daniel Stone, Gary Thornton, .,
Brett Abraham, Hailey '\."
Britt, Gracie, Cabral, Drew.
Clemons, Kelly Denson,
Jocelyn Gibson, Billy Hinson,
BJ. Harvey, Lynsie Johnson
and Danielle Slown.



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Life here on earth sometimes is not great. We are beset by
trials, temptations, anxieties, and suffering. Yet the Bible
reminds us "the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to
be compared with the glory which shall be revealed in us"
(Romans 8:18). Like the faithful of old, we, "desire a better,
that is, a heavenly country" (Hebrews 11:16). We look forward
to, "the city which has foundations, whose builder and maker is
God" (Hebrews 11:10). In order to enter that better country, the
eternal city built by God, we, "have need of endurance, so that
after you have done the will of God, you may receive the
promise" (Hebrews 10:36). We must be those who do (obey)
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Santa Fe

Mennonite

Invitation
Santa Fe Mennonite Church
xxelcomes all to attend service
on Sunday at 9:30 a.m. and the
first and third Sunday of each
month at 6 p.m. The church is
located at 4555 SW 107th Ave.
Contact 386-984-0938 or 352-
339-2249 for more information.


Guest speaker

at Grace

Christian
Grace Christian Fellowship
will have guest speaker Mikey
Starling Sunday,' June 23, for
the morning service at 10:30
a.m.
For more information call


386-496-2859 or Nisit the
N ebsite \N Nww.gcfbc.org


Gospel sing

set
The First United Methodist
and New Jerusalem Full Gospel
Church will host a gospel sing
Saturday. June 22. at 6 p.m.
featuring Stephen Jones and
Southern Gospel. The church
is located on S.R. 121 in
Worthington Springs. All are
invited to attend. Call 386-496-
1461 or 386-697-2335 for more
information.


Christ

Central of LB

information
Christ Central of Lake
Butler will host Women


Warriors of God Saturday,
July 20, from 8:30 a.m. to 5
p.m. The conference is free,
but the advance ticket for the
lunch is $10, $12 at the door.
To purchase in advance or for
more information, visit http://
bit.ly/1 ItA926
CCLB will host FUSE
Saturday, June 22 at 7 p.m.
The church also has Zumba
classes, which will be held
on Tuesday, Thursdays and
Friday. Call Pastor Adam
Page for more information at
386-365-6968. The church is
located at 16045 SE 71st Trail,
Lake Butler.


a Diligent

'' : walking earns

i .:two students a

__ new bike

1 Walking is usually something
"; most folks associate with
--1"---" keeping fit but for two students at
"*--' -" l "B ,,,' Lake Butler Elementary School,
.- ; ''^." '- walking was something they did
:' '"s" .- ":v for fun.
\ During a program entitled the
Tiger Up Morning Mile, students
.. .in grades one through four were
"* ? .^ "i' given the opportunity to walk
*1 around a track each morning
A ,. versus sitting at their classrooms
'", I'/ li and waiting for their teachers to
arrive.
,, ',~ .V .The program, which was
ir "' ". ""'' ig completely voluntary, issued
stamps to students for each
... .. Iquarter-mile lap they walked.
t';',' "! As the stamps, and the miles,
% 4
"-" ?f l tE (left) Tracy Medina walked
," : "1 "33 miles to earn her new
: : ;: .bike.


Lake Butler Order of the Eastern Star enjoy visit


Lake Butler Chapter No. 40, Order of the Eastern Star enjoyed an official visit by Sister
Floye Hyslop, Associate Grand Matron of Florida's Grand Chapter on May 30. Jim
Marshall, Associate Grand Patron, Joy Feit, a Florida general grand officer and past
grand matron of Florida, and other past grand matrons and grand officers came to lend
their support. Melissa Haines and Bob Haines, worthy matron and patron along with
all the members of Lake Butler chapter were honored by these distinguished guests.
(Submitted by Ted Barber)


accumulated, students who had'
walked at least 6 miles were
awarded prizes eachl nine weeks.
During the end-of-the-year
honor roll ceremony, two
students, one boy and one girl,
were awarded a free bicycle as
a result of the total number of
miles they had walked.
Walking 56 miles was second-
grader, lan Halfacre, followed by
Tracy Medina, a third-grader at
LBES who walked 33 miles.
The bicycles and prizes were
made possible through private
donations, Wade Britt, Box
Tops for Education, and through
community businesses such
as the Union County Health
Department, University of
Florida Athletic Association,
and the Modern Woodmen of
America.
(Story and pictures provided
by Tammy Wilkerson.)


lan Halfacre won a bike after walking 56 miles during the
Tiger Up morning mile at LBES.


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NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION


Tuskegee Airman talks to Starke

Kiwanians of service, faith


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor

Stephen Lawrence went
from unwilling serviceman to
American hero, yet the Alachua
County resident insists there was
nothing heroic about what he did.
The 91-year-old Alachua
County resident is a part of
history as one of the famed
Tuskegee Airmen. He shared
his experience with the Kiwanis
Club of Starke on June 4, but
seemed more at ease talking
about his life of faith after his
military service.
"No, I'm not a hero," Lawrence
said. "I'm a hero over the enemy,
who is Satan. Ah, that's where
I'm a hero, and where some of
you all are heroes."
"Tuskegee Airmen" is a term
that includes all those who
took part in what was termed
an. "experiment." An Army
Air Corps program, based in
Tuskegee, Ala., was created in
1941 to train African-Americans
to fly and maintain combat
aircraft as part of the 99"'h Pursuit
Squadron. The group included
pilots, navigators, bombardiers
and maintenance and support
staff.
Lawrence was a mechanic.
."I was sent to school in
Wichita Falls, Texas, to learn
how to work on planes, which
was easy," Lawrence said. "The
Lord gave me a brain."
Yet during that time of
segregation, many white
Americans would not have
thought it was so "easy" for
Lawrence and other African-
Americans to make serious
military contributions. Prior to
1940, African-Americans were
prevented from flying for the


U.S. military.
"The Tuskegee Airmen had to
prove themselves, prove that they
had the ability," Lawrence said.
"They called it an experiment. I
called it an experience."
Lawrence, who grew up in
Pennsylvania and who was
working as a welder, had no
desire to join the military. A
group of his friends volunteered
for service after the U.S. entered
World War II. He asked them
what their jobs in the military
were. They replied with such
tasks as changing bed sheets and
cleaning toilets.
"Why would I want to go into
the military doing something like
that? I was against going into the
military," Lawrence said. "Do
you get it? It was segregated. I
didn't fit into it."
The way Lawrence viewed
things, he was the,same as any
other person, Only the color of
his skin was different.
"I don't think God put me in
this world to be separated from
other people if we have the same
equipment," he said.


Lawrence was eventually
drafted in 1943, though he never
left the U.S.
"I did not go overseas," he
said. "I stayed right there (in
Tuskegee), working with kids
learning how to fly planes."
If Lawrence and the other
African-Americans who trained
and worked in Tuskegee didn't
realize the discrimination they
would face, they were reminded
of it by Lt. Col. Benjamin 0.
.Davis, who was the commander
of the 99"' Squadron and a
graduate of West Point.
"He had been at West Point
for four years," Lawrence said.
"He received the silent treatment
for four years. Do you know
what the silent treatment is? The
silent treatment is you stay in
your room by yourself, you eat
by yourself and the only way
you were addressed was (in an
official manner)."
Segregation proved a "hard
row to hoe," Lawrence said.
However, that was the reality
of life at that time. That's why
he doesn't view himself as a
hero for simply being one of the
Tuskegee Airmen.
"My experience was
survival-not being a hero," he
said.
The Tuskegee Airmen received
the Hollywood. treatment with
the release of "Red Tails" in
2012. Lawrence said the movie
didn't do as good a job depicting
what the airmen went through
as the 1995 HBO movie "The
Tuskegee Airmen."
-"You need to tell-the real
stery of how we were treated,"
Lawrence said. "I think the
first (movie) that came out was
a good one, but 'Red Tails'
dropped the ball."


Arc of Bradford staff member Tony Sellars (right) gets
a laugh out of Lori Hall after Hall receives her Purple
Day certificate.


Getting

the royal

treatment
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Purple is considered a royal
color.
With that in mind, the Arc of
Bradford County consumers are
treated like kings and queens
every June with the celebration
of Purple Day.
It's a day of fun and games,
including getting the opportunity
to drop Arc employee Tony
Sellars into a dunk tank and-for
the first time this year-getting
a close-up look at snakes and
other critters, courtesy of Devin
Wheeler.
The highlight of the day is the
presentation of unique certificates
to each consumer, recognizing
each individual's special trait,
whether it's for, being the best
dancer, card maker or thrift store
employee, or excelling at a skill
in the facility's wood shop.
Consumer Richard Miller was
awarded with the "Best Smile"
certificate, but there were plenty
of smiles to go around on Purple
Day.


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The dredging of the Sampson Lake boat ramp/canal should be completed this week.

Bradford County boat ramp

projects are nearing completion


BY TRACY LEE TATE
Special to the Telegraph-
Times-Monitor


Boating season is in full swing
and work currently underway
at two boat ramps in Bradford
'County will soon provide lake
.goers with safer and easier access
to their chosen recreation areas.
The project at the Hampton
-Lake boat ramp is a county-
S-funded effort aimed at improving
.the usability of the ramp. An
invitation for bids was issued by
-the Bradford County Commission
Iin May 2012, with the bid being
"awarded three months later
:to D & L Contracting LLC of
Suwannee.
Work called for included the
Removal of the existing ramp
and its accouterments, including
.inappropriate base materials
'and the construction of a new
ramp, which meets the Florida
-Fish and Wildlife Conservation
.:Commission's (FWC)
guidelines. The successful bid
-for this work was $42,994.26.
After the required design work
:for the project the contractor
Requested change orderallowing
for additional work. This work
entailed the extension of the boat
:i.ramp slab an additional 25 feet
-to span a dip in the pavement
at the site and the addition of
'-safety measures such as a timber
curb and the reinforcement of
the existing aluminum dock on
-the south side of the ramp. The
S- cost of this change order totaled
,.$12,477.07, bringing the project
total to $55,471.33.
SThe Hampton Lake project is in
.its final stages, with completion
-likely in the next twoweeks.
A more involved project is
underway at the Sampson Lake
:boat ramp, although the focus of
the work.is not the ramp itself but
the canal which allows access to
.:the lake.
. According to Eddie Leonard,
a biological- scientist with
SFWC Division of Fresh Water
- Fisheries, there are two aspects of
the project currently underway.
"The problems with the canal
came to our attention because of
recurring hazards to navigation
created by the 'buildup of
-sediment at the two turns the
canal makes on its way to the.
.take, as well as at the entrance
to the lake itself," Leonard said.
,"Once we started looking at the
situation we discovered that
there were also wildlife habitat
aspects to the problem as well."


Leonard explained that the
goal of the project was to reduce
the buildup of sediment in the
canal through dredging, handled
by Gator Dredging Corp. Not
only will this clear navigational
hazards but will also clear
barriers to fish migration between
Sampson Lake and Lake Rowell.
"The problem is created by
the progression of sediment
from Alligator Creek into Lake
Rowell and then on into the canal
and eventually Sampson Lake,"
Leonard said. "This influx of
sediment is further augmented
by sediment washing into the
canal from the boat ramp parking
area."
Leonard said that another
project underway in the county
under the auspices of FWC is the
Edwards Bottom Land Project.
This project is based on Alligator
Creek behind Tractor Supply and
is a joint effort with the city of
Sta'rke.
Apparently, in the past,
Alligator Creek has been
channelized,, creating a bank
structure prone to erosion. The
project is focused on blocking
the creek and thus allowing it to
divert into what is its historic
channel. Once this has been
achieved a sediment box will be
created to catch garbage, sand
and other materials to prevent
their journey to Lake Rowell and
on to Sampson Lake. The city
will then maintain the box and
occasionally clean out the creek
bed as needed.


The dredging project at
Sampson Lake will clear the
channel to a depth of about four
feet, entailing the removal of up
to three feet of sediment in areas
of the heaviest buildup. The
goal is to improve the safety of
navigation in the channel, as
well as to slow the buildup of
sediment in the lake itself by
creating a filling effect in the
sediment entering the channel.
It will also allow free movement
for fish between Sampson and
Rowell lakes.
FWC is funding the dredging
aspect of the project, with a
budget of between $50,000
and $55,000. The county is
providing the transportation of
the dredged material to the New
River Solid Waste Association
landfill, which has agreed to
accept it as cover dirt.
"People have said we should
have made better use of the fill
in various projects, but the time
frame within which we had to
work did not allow for this,"
Leonard said. "We had a limited
time in which to access the funds
and had to move as quickly as
possible, 'securing Department
of Environmental Protection
approvals for taking the fill to the
single location."
This approval process added
and additional $2,500 to the total
cost of the project to FWC.
The dredging project is
drawing to a close, with the boat
ramp scheduled to reopen on
Friday, June 21.


Birth: Alayna
Grace Breton
John Breton and Chelsea
Alvarez of Keystone Heights
announce the birt h of a daughter,
Alayna Grace Breton, on May
30, 2013, in Gainesville. Her
weight was 7 pounds, 5 ounces,
and she was 19 inches in length.
She joins a brother, Jackson
Allen McDaniel.
Maternal grandparents are
Shawn and Tracie Brown and
Randy Alvarez of Keystone
Heights. Maternal great-
grandparents are Donald and
Dorothy Denton of Keystone
Heights and Owen and Julia
Alvarez of Starke.
Paternal grandparents are
Richard and Rhonda Breton
and Janna Breton of Keystone
Heights. Paternal great-
grandparent is Tallulah Turner of
Palatka.
Alayna is a gift from God. She
is blessed with three guardian
angels watching over her:
paternal great-grandparents Josh
Turner and Lamar and Noelia
Breton.

Registration
underway
for 4-H Camp
Cherry Lake
Registration is open for a week
of fun and adventure for children
8-13 at 4-H Camp Cherry Lake,
which will be held July 22-26 in
Madison.
Participants will explore the
outdoors, learn about nature
and make friendships they will
remember for a lifetime.
Camp Cherry Lake is owned
and operated by the University
of Florida and has a full on-site
staff. Local 4-H staff will travel
and stay with the youth all week.


The 4-H member rate is $175,
while the rate for prospective
members is $225. A $30 deposit
holds your spot.
Please call 904-966-6224
or send email to nistlerd@
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Camp Cherry Lake website is
http://florida4h.org/camps-/
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Kiwanis
sporting clays
tournament
is Saturday
The Kiwanis Club. of Starke
will host its annual sporting clays
tournament this Saturday, June
22, starting at 9 a.m. at Bradford
Sportsmen's Farm in Graham.
There will be door prizes and
prize drawings, plus lunch will
be provided for each participant.
The entry fee ..for the Lewis
class tournament is $75.
For more information, please
call 904-964-7699.


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designed for individuals who are
at least 50 and who are thinking
about returning to school, will
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THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 2013 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION 3B



FSP's Godwin, McDonald named top Florida DOC employees


Florida State Prison had two
of its employees selected as the
top performers in the state in
their respective fields.
Shawn Godwin of Raiford is
the administrative assistant for
FSP Warden John Palmer. She


was named as the DOC 2013
Support Employee of the Year.
Jenny McDonald of Lawtcy is
part of the inmate education
system at FSP and wxas narned
as the DOC 2013 Teacher of the
Year.


(L-R) Secretary of the Department of Corrections
Michael Crews, Deputy Asst. Secretary of
Administration Michelle Pyle, FSP Administrative
- Asst. Shawn Godwin, Deputy Secretary of Corrections
Timothy Cannon and FSP Warden John Palmer.


Recent arrests
in Bradford,

'Clay or Union

The following individuals
were arrested recently by
local law enforcement officers
in Bradford, Union or Clay
(Keystone Heights area)
counties:
: Shamika Kiara Aaron, 21, of
Starke was arrested June 15 by
SBradford deputies for, battery.
SCurtis Lee Alvarez, 20, of
}Keystone Heights was arrested
'June 15 by Starke police for
larceny and possession of drugs.
SJeffery Christopher Andrews,
S27, of Lake Butler was arrested
SJune 6 by Union deputies for a
probation violation.
Shaina Sharel Barnes, 27, of
Lake Butler was arrested June
13 by Starke police for.driving
with a suspended, revoked,
'canceled or disqualified license.
Christina Marie Beavins, 24,
.of Lake City was arrested June
-15 by Starke police for an out-
,;of-county warrant.-
SDameon Daquen Butler, 36,
:of Starke was arrested June
13 by Bradford deputies for
'possession of cocaine and a
probationn violation.
SJoshua Brian Coffman, 32, of
-Starke was arrested June 15 by
7Starke police for possession of
:;drug equipment and for driving
,with a suspended, revoked,
,canceled or disqualified license.
Timothy Steven Cox, 21, of
,Lake Butler was arrested June 17
,by Union deputies for producing
:marijuana.
Holden Michael Crews, 21,
!of 'Starke was arrested June
* 12 by Bradford deputies for
'possession of marijuana and an
out-of-county warrant.
SJack Edward Dowling, 61, of
SRaiford was arrested June 12 by
Union deputies for possession of
marijuana, producing marijuana
and possession of drug
Equipment.
Aaron Monahan Dryden, 28,
%of Middleburg was arrested June
-14 by Bradford deputies for a
probation violation.
: .Luis R. Espinosa, 32, of
:Gainesville was arrested June
16 by Starke police for larceny,
"loitering and trespassing. ,.
SNicole' Nadine Grayson, 35,
:.of Lawtey was arrested June 12
by Bradford deputies for an out-
Sof-county warrant.
SSandra Rosier Griffis, 74,-was
Arrested June 11 by Bradfiord
Deputies for conspiracy to


commit a criminal act and
smuggling contraband into a
county detention facility.
William Dale Griffis, 36, of
Lawtey was arrested June 13 by
Bradford deputies for driving
with a suspended, revoked,
canceled or disqualified license.
Robert Griggs, 45, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 12 by Clay deputies for
abuse of an elderly or disabled
person.
Denishia Lashaunda Hadley,
29, of Starke was arrested June
17 by Starke police for failure to
appear.
Michael Wayne Hall, 37, of
Starke was arrested June 14 by
Bradford deputies for an out-of-
county warrant.
Jeremy M.'Huffman, 36, of
Lake Butler was arrested June
7 by Unrrion deputies for larceny,
dealing in stolen property and
trespassing.
Johnny Harry Elvis Jeffrey,
23, of Starke was arrested June
.11 by Bradford deputies for an
out-of-county warrant.
Linda Hudnall Johns, 47, of
Starke was arrested June 11 by
Bradford deputies for possession
of a controlled substance without
a prescription.
Brandon Lee Kay, 25, of
Jacksonville was arrested June
11 by Lawtey police for driving
with a suspended, revoked,
canceled or disqualified license.
Stephen Christopher Kirkland,
24, of Lake Butler was arrested
June 11 by Union deputies for
disorderly intoxication.
Eric Scott Knight, 24, of


Godwin has worked for DOC
for 23 years and has been at FSP
since June of 2011.
As the staff assistant for
the warden, Godwin has a lot
of responsibilities that range
through a wide variety of
tasks. FSP's mission includes
providing custody, care and
control of inmates whose
custody levels range from Death
Row, to maximum management,
to close management to open
population. Godwin must have
expertise in dealing with unique
issues that arise from all of those
custody levels.
Palmer characterizes Godwin
as his right-hand person who
assists him in managing all
aspects of his schedule-
ensuring appointments are made
well in advance of deadlines and
ensuring that all deadlines are
met.
"Shawn (Godwin) goes above
and beyond in the performance
of her duties and displays a
level of loyalty that is second to


Lake Butler was arrested June
12 by Bradford deputies for a
probation violation.
Darrel Emory Lancaster, 52,
of Immokalee was arrested June
6 by Union deputies for dealing
in stolen property, larceny and
trespassing.
George Edward Lewis, 26, of
Starke was arrested June 11 by
Bradford deputies for possession
of synthetic narcotics, selling
synthetic narcotics and
possession of drug equipment.
SCrystal Shiko Masters, 28, of
Starke was arrested June 14 by
Starke police for larceny.
I Therious 0. McCloud, 31, of
Starke was arrested June 17 by
Starke police for driving with a
suspended, revoked, canceled or
disqualified license and failure
to register a motor vehicle.
Joseph Lee Mitchell, 44, of
Starke was arrested June 11 by
Bradford deputies for assault.
Adrian S. Mosley, 41, of
Starke was arrested June 13 by
Bradford deputies for an out-of-
county warrant.
Alyce Elaine Nettles, 57,
of Lake Butler was arrested
June 7 by Union deputies for
trespassing, dealing in stolen
property and larceny.
Jeremy Dillon Payne 27,
of Booker was arrested June
13 by Bradford deputies for a
probation violation, burglary
and larceny.
Joseph Politsch, 23, of
Ocala was arrested June 17 by
Bradford deputies for failure to
appear.
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Because of FSP's size and
unique mission, Godwin has to
deal with the governor's office,
the general public, attorneys and
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experienced at other institutions.
"Shawn always handles
stressful situations with the
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Godwin is also characterized
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Palmer said his nomination
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McDonald has worked
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of Hastings was arrested June
17 by Bradford deputies for
driving with a suspended,
revoked, canceled or
disqualified license.
Thomas Bruce Rawson,
36, was arrested June 12 by
Starke police for driving with
a suspended, revoked, canceled
or disqualified license and
failure to register as a sexual
offender.
Ronald Keith Rose, 49, of
Jacksonville was arrested June
15 by Bradford deputies for an
out-of-county warrant.
Teddy Eugene Self, 46, of
Starke was arrested June 17,by
Bradford deputies for failure'to
appear.
Charles Duane Talbott, 53, of
Lake Butler was arrested June
17 by Union deputies for fraud-
impersonation.
Nikita Vashon Watts, 29, of
Jacksonville was arrested June
13 by Bradford deputies for
possession of marijuana.


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Seditor@bctelegraph.com

'It takes a
village to
raise a child'
proven true
at Southside
Dear Editor:
You know the saying, "It takes
a village to raise a child?" As this
school year comes to a close,
we would like to acknowledge
some of these other "villagers"
who helped provide student
mentoring this year at Southside
Elementary.
The first one is the TALKS
Leadership Program coordinated
by Pastor McKnight and Pastor
Ramseur from the Church of
God by Faith. This program
brought us seven adults who
are community or business
leaders to each mentor a group of
three students every week. The
positive, personal relationships
these mentors were able to build
with these students not only
resulted in improved academic
performance and behavior, but
also increased the students'
ability to deal with life issues
such as conflict resolution and
positive social interaction.
TALKS also had programs at
other Bradford County schools,
and as they enter a second year
of the program, I hope that more
mentors are able to come and
make a, difference.
The other program is our
BUG program sponsored by the
Kiwanis Club of Starke. BUG
stands for Bringing Up Grades
and acknowledges the efforts of
students who bring up one or
More grades throughout the year.
As part of the program, students
from the Beta Club and National
Honor Society at Bradford High
School came once a month to
mentor students in every grade
level. Our students looked
forward to sharing their success
and reading to their high school
,buddy every time they came.
The high school students who
were able to participate were
wonderful role models, and vwe
thank each and every one of
them for the time they took to
make a difference. Thank you
-to Cynthia Combs, the -faculty
-sponsor at BHS, and also to
Rick Stephens, BHS Principal,
and Louette Smith from district
transportation for helping to
make this important program a
success. And a special thank you
to Sherry Ruszkowski from the
Kiwanis Club for bringing this
program to us.
Supreme Court Associate
Chief Justice Sonya Sotomayor
said "a role model in the flesh
-provides more than inspiration;
$his or her very existence is
confirrfiation of possibilities one
Smay have every reason to doubt,
saying, -'Yes, someone like me
.can do this.'"
Thank you again to everyone
who supported mentoring at
Southside this past year. I would
encourage those who can to
consider getting involved in these
or other mentoring programs


and provide our cl
positive role mode
possibilities for their
She

Health ca
system a
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Dear Editor:
The Affordable.
may not be the onl
health care and insu
country, but make
the system is a mess
hands in the pot readc
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with the service. The
was very personable
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Water in need
of 'balanced
budget'


re Dear Editor:
I recently attended a town hall
meeting in Starke for, our state
representative, Charles Van Zant.
In his introductory remarks,
Rep. Van Zant highly praised the
state's constitutionally mandated,
Care Act balanced budget so that Florida,
y answer to unlike the federal government,
rance in this can't go into debt.
no mistake During the question period, I
, with all the asked Rep. Van Zant if he would
hing for$$$ endorse a balanced budget for
y wife to the our precious water resources. We
was happy would scientifically determine
intake clerk what we currently have in our
e and even ter budget (the aquifer, lakes,
e (an even rivers, etc.), then determine
ie (it Was a what is coming into the budget
went intous about (rainfall, etc.) and what is
went into a being spent out of the budget
e, and the PA (withdrawals for agriculture,
. They gave industrial use, home use, etc.).
ind we were Once we knew our water
income and expenditures,
20 minutes we would set a maximum
workers and withdrawal level so we don't go
mnt of time into debt by taking more out of
the clerk. I our water budget than goes into
unty School it. This approach would preserve
have had it in our water resources for future
ars. Imagine generations. Those of us living
my portion in north Florida have known for
). The clerk decades that overall the levels of
)0-puhis, and our region's groundwater have
iuld be near been declining. In the recent past,
rance, Blue this water decline has resulted in
is comes to more sinkholes, loss of property
r for the time values, contaminated or dried
a nurse and up wells and devastation to our
k her blood favorite boating, swimming and
feature, and fishing spots.
The tetanus In response, Rep. Van Zant
00. So, for agreed that the water districts
ur, you can have been issuing too many water
y room and withdrawal permits. He proposed
now. writing a bill that would limit
babysitting utilities to taking water from the
perhaps (it's lower aquifer and prohibit them
kid nearby). from withdrawals from the upper
is to your aquifer.
n one). Say Unfortunately, the confining
one. Say layer between the upper and
000 a year lower aquifer is non-existent
e about 20 or, perforated in many areas of
d a master's north Florida. Taking water from
He/she is the lower aquifer is essentially
st six hours the same as taking water from
them 180 the upper aquifer and from our
to 19,940 springs, lakes and rivers.
counts to a What we need is better
)ur per kid, conservation of our water
)u may hear resources and to enact a water
;h more than budget that will enforce a balance
compare it to between our water withdrawals
eool, where and income.
r more kids, Just as Rep. Van Zant endorses
2 an hour. an ethic of fiscal responsibility
within our state's budget, I hope
Steve Acree he will also propose bills in the
Brooker next legislative session for a


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water ethic that will prevent the
danger of pumping Florida dry.
Steve Lodle
Brooker

Paper makes
sense

Dear Editor:
Recently,, it has become
fashionable to disparage the use
of paper in favor of electronic
devices and transmittals. Like
a lot of fashions, this makes no
sense.
The premise of anti-paper
campaigns is that paper is
bad for the environment and
unnecessarily consumes vital
natural resources. In reality, using
paper and other forest products
provides environmental benefits
that electronics cannot match.
Paper comes from trees, which,
are a renewable resource. When
trees are cut down to make paper,
more are planted and grown to
take their place. Through this
cycle, working forests provide
habitat for wildlife, recharge
areas for clean water and create
a natural process for removing
carbon from the air.
The electronic alternatives
being pushed to replace paper are
not as environmentally friendly
as their supporters would have
you believe. Science of the Total
Environment, an international
research journal, estimates
that discarded devices create
approximately 50 million tons of
electronic waste each year. These
products contain a variety of non-
renewable materials that are not
only harmful to the environment,
but also to the people living in
the areas where they are dumped.
The United States
Environmental Protection
Agency reports that only 8.
percent of mobile devices are
recycled. The rate for recycling
computers is 38 percent. The rate
for recycling paper? More than
63 percent.
Recycled paper fills a variety
of needs. Among others things,
it is used to make dollar bills.
This is especially appropriate
considering the forest industry's
$14.7 billion impact to our state's
economy. In addition to the many
environmental benefits, working
forests also provide jobs to
90,000 Floridians.
The connection between the
environmental benefits and the
economic impact cannot be
emphasized enough. Sustainable
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Joyce Davis

Joyce Davis
RATFORD-Joyce Lee Davis
(Betencourt), 65, passed away Sat-
urday,June 15, 2013.
She was born July 19, 1947, in
Jacksonville and had just recently
moved to Raiford. Prior to moving
to Raiford, she was a resident of
Yulee before moving to Starke 13
years ago.
She was predeceased by: her hus-
band, Stanley Betencourt; father
Osra Lee; and her mother, Elinor
"Nora" Ursry.
Survivors include: two daughters,
Donna (Keith) McLeod of Jackson-
ville and Linda (Ronnie) Carter-
Hendricks, also of Jacksonville; two
sisters, Faye Crouse of Raiford and
Linda Castle of Yulee; five grand-
children; seven grandchildren; a
great aunt, Elizabeth Crissman of
Houston; and numerous aunts, un-
cles, nieces, nephews and friends.
'A memorial service will be held
at 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 22, in
the Stephens Chapel at Green Pine
Funeral Home, with Rev. Jim Tip-
pins officiating.
,Honoring Joyce's wishes, she
.will be remembered with love and
laughter.
,For more information, and to
sign Joyce's online register book,
please visit the Green Pine website
at www.greenpinefuneral.com.
: Arrangements are by Green Pine
FRuneral Home of Yulee.
PAID OBITUARY


Virginia Deao
FLORAHOME-Virginia "Gin-
tey" Louise Deao, 51, of Florahome
died at her home Saturday, June 15,
2013.
She was born in Frederick, Md.,
Dlec. 10, 1961, to the late William
-Carl and Ellis Kathleen (Aplell)
Whittington. She served in the Unit-
ed States Army and also worked as
& laborer in light construction and
Was a companion caregiver and a
partner truck driver. She attended
Community Presbyterian Church
tn Live Oak prior to moving to Flo-
rahome.
SShe is survived by: her siblings,
Marleen Whittington of Jasper,
Sandy (Ed) Porter of West Virgin-
.i a, Bobbie Clayton of Green Cove
Springs, Jim Whittington of Jasper
and Ed Whittington of Gaithers-
burg, Md.
- A memorial service will be held
at a later date at Community Pres'-
E yterian Church of Live Oak. Burial
will follow at a later date.
- In lieu of flowers, contributions
can be-made to the American Can-
er Society or Haven Hospice.
'- Arrangemrpents are under the care
pf Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
6f Keystone Heights.


Velmarie

Edwards
STARKE-Velmarie "Vel"
Dukes Edwards, 77, of Starke died
Sunday, June 16, 2013.
She was born July 1935 to the late
Edgar and Leona (Tillman) Dukes
in Providence. She was a member
of Starke Church of Christ and the
Woman's Club of Starke, and was
a longtime volunteer for North Cen .
tral Florida Hospice.
SShe is survived by: her husband
of 59 years, Curtis Guy Edwards;
daughters Rhonda (Bian) Pulling
of Lakeland and Shan (Tom) de-
Neergaard of Atlanta; sister Bessie


Lee Brookinsof Greeneville. Tenn.;
brothers J.C. (Judy) Dukes of Starke
and John (Margie) Dukes of Hamp-
ton; six grandchildren: and two
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be at I1I a.m.
on Thursday, June 20, in the DeWitt
C. Jones Chapel of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home, with Brother C.L.
Overturf Jr. officiating. The family
will receive friends, and a time of
viewing will take place at 10 a.m.
on June 20 until the time of ser-
vices at 11 a.m. at the funeral home.
Burial will follow at Crosby Lake
Cemetery.


Renee Fidler
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Mrs.
Renee Lynn Fidler, 45 of Keystone
Heights passed away Tuesday, June
11,2013.
She was daughter of the late
Oran and Hazel (Hamm) Marshall
and was born October 1967 in Fort
Worth, Texas. Mrs. Fidler served as
secretary for Keystone Heights First
Assembly of God for 14 years and
'was involved with the Mpact Girls
Ministry for over 20 years. Mrs.
Fidler had a very special love for
children and'the church.
She is survived by: her husband
of 26 years, Kris Fidler; two sons,
Matt (Kim) Fidler of Jackson-
ville and Ryan Fidler of Keystone
Heights; and one grandson, Bentley
Fidler of Keystone Heights.
A memorial service ,vas held
June 15 at Keystone Heights First
Assembly of God with Pastor David
R. Mayer officiating.
In lieu of flowers, the family re-
quests that memorial donations be
made in Mrs. Fidler's memory to
Keystone Heights First Assembly
of God (indicate "Girls Ministry"
on the memo line), 8025 S.R. 100,
Keystone Heights, FL 32656.
Arrangements are by Jones-Gal-
lagher Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.
PAID OBITUARY


'Harriet Flowers

Harriet

Flowers
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Mrs.
Harriet Lorraine (Elmer) Flowers
91, of Keystone Heights passed
away Saturday, May 25, 2013, at
Shands Starke.
Harriet was born in Bridgeton,
N.J., on Oct. 10, 1921, to the late
James H. Elmer Sr. and Enola (Sp-
renkle) Elmer, and was the wife
of the late Kenneth Hess Flowers.
She and Kenneth married on July
4, 1943, before his deployment to
Europe during World War II. He
was killed at the Battle of the Bulge
in 1944. Harriet was a graduate of
the Bridgeton High School class
of 1939. She worked for Farm-
ers and Merchants National Bank,
Dr. Kracke, M.D., and Dr. Kotler,
D.D.S., and Owens-Illinois Glass
Company inr Bridgeton.
She moved to Gainesville in 1956
with Jane E. Driscoll. There, she
worked for First National Bank of
Gainesville, the city of Gainesville
in the purchasing department and
as a camp secretary for the Alach-
ua County School Board's "Camp
Crystal Lake" in Stfarke. She ended
her working career as secretary to
the Head Start program in Gaines-
ville. She was a member at large of
the Beta Sigma Phi and an honorary
member of the Delta Kappa Gamma
Society, International, Beta Epsilon


Chapter in Florida.
Harriet enjoyed sports of all kinds
and was a great fan of the Univer-
sity of Florida Gators. She was also
a regular attendee of the Bausch and
LIomb Women's Tennis Champion-
ship on Amelia Island for its entire
29 years. She was a member of
Faith Presbyterian'Church of Mel-
rose, where she served as treasurer.
Harriet also volunteered her time for
many years to Lake Area Ministries,
which provides assistance to fami-
lies in need.
Preceding her in death was broth-
er James H. Elmer Jr., who was lov-
ingly known as "Hap" or "Happy."
She is survived by: her housemate
and companion of many years, Jane
E. Driscoll of Keystone Heights; her
brother, Wilbur S. Elmer of Bridge-
ton, NJ.; nieces Patricia A. Gan-
non of Bridgeton, N.J., and Susan
H. (Bruce) Porter of Stow Creek
Township, NJ.; nephew James G.
(Katryna) Elmer of Orlando; great-
nieces Laura Graham of Bridgeton,
NJ., and Kelsey A. Elmer of Or-
lando; and great nephews James D.
Elmer of Orlando and Robert Porter
of Stow Creek Township, NJ.
Memorial services will be held
at Faith Presbyterian Church (2738
S.E. S.R. 21) in Melrose on Satur-
day, June 22, at I1 a.m.
In lieu of flowers, contributions
may be made to Faith Presbyterian
Church.
Local arrangements are by Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of Key-
stone Heights. Online condolences
may be left at www.jonesgallagh-
erfh.com.
PAID OBITUARY


Sharone

Gained
MELBOURNE-Sharone Gain,
ey Sr., 55, of Melbourne died Fri-
day, June 14, 2013, at Holmes Re-
gional Medical Center in Melbourne
following an extended illness.
Born in Starke, on July 24, 1957,
he moved to Melbourne and was a
custodian for FYI University, an
affiliate member of Ebernezer Mis-
sionary Bapsitst Church of Starke.
He was a graduate of the Bradford
High School class of 1976.
He is survived by: children De-
Witt Betterson of Ocala, Sharone
Gainey Jr. of Gainesville and Ni-
cole Gainey and. Shaneika Gainey,
both of Gainesville; sisters Patricia
Gainey and Surveller Gainey, both
of Starke; and brother Tom Gainey
Jr. of Starke.
He was preceded in death by:
his wife, Ethel Bell Gainey; and a
brother, Eugene Gainey.
Funeral services will be at 1 p.m.
on Saturday, June 22, at Ebernezer
Missionary Baptist Church Starke,
with Rev J.W Warren serving as the
eulogist and Rev. James N. Wilcox
conducting the services. Interment
will be at Waldo Community Cem-
etery under the direction of Haile
Funeral Home Inc.
A wake will be held at the Carl
D. Haile Memorial Chapel on Fri-
day, June 21. The family hour is 3-4
p.m. Friends may visit 4-7 p.m. and
one hour prior to the service at the
church.


Mary Harris

Gray
LAKE BUTLER-Mary Harris
Gray, 91, of Lake Butler, died on
June 17, 2013, at Still Waters As-
sisted Living Center in Lake City.'
She was born in' Quincy, living
most of her life in Raiford and Lake
Butler. She retired from G.E. Bat-
tery in Hague. She was a member of
the Lake Butler Church of God.
She was preceded in death by:
her parents, T.H. and Beulah Harris;
and son Eugene Johns.
She is survived by: daughters
Carol Wells and Gayle (Carlton) Bi-
elling, both of Lake Butler; son Al-
fred (Janice) Johns of Ranson Can-
yon, Texas; brother Marvin Harris
of Apopka; sisters Ollie Penhaman
of Folly, Ala., and Eleanor Raty of
Rexburg, Idaho; 12 grandchildren;
and several great-grandchildren and
great-great- grandchildren.
Funeral services were held June
19 in the chapel of Archer Funeral
Home. Burial followed at Conner
Cemetery in Bradford County.


Family asks that in lieu of flow-
ers, donations be made to Still Wa-
ters West, 507 N.W. Hall of Fame
Drive, Lake City, FL 32055.


Glen Harris
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Glen
Stuart Harris, 70, of Keystone
Heights died Saturday, June 15, off-
shore of Horseshoe Beach follow-
ing an accident.
Born in Richmond,Va.,on March
23, 1943, Glen was raised in Wake-
field, Va. Following graduation
from North Carolina State Univer-
sity in 1965, Glen began a lifelong
career in forestry. He was first hired
by Dr. Ted Coile, a soils special-
ist at Duke University, from whom
he learned a specialty he loved and
used throughout his working life.
Glen began working at Container
Corporation of America in May
1970. With the company's several
mergers, he ended his formal career
in 2009 with Smurfit-Stone Con-
tainer, which is now RockTenn.
Glen gave his volunteer time to
various organizational and commu-
nity projects. He served as liaison to
FFA's agricultural club, was an an-
nouncer for the high school's girls'
volleyball and softball teams for
many years, and was a member of
the Keystone Heights Rotary Club
and the Florida Forestry Associa-
tion (giving 20-plus years of service
and winning the state and national
awards for Tree Farmer Inspector
of the year in 2008). He spoke to
several organizations on the topic of
forestry.
Glen has been an avid fisher-
man and hunter from his teenage
years. He enjoyed his outdoor time,
saying innumerable times, "Any-
thing on the outside is better that
anything inside."
In earlier years, Glen was a blood
donor, being awarded a "Galloneer"
certificate. He was a member of
Keystone United Methodist Church
with his wife, Alice, joining the
church family with their children in
1980.
Glen is survived by: his mother,
Verna C. Harris; wife Alice; son
Christopher (Ana) Ryan; daughter
Ellen Margaret (Mark) Thorp; six
beloved grandchildren, Hannah,
Micah, Elijah, Joshua, Nathan and
Jacob; brother Donald (Deblorah);
and many nephews and nieces.
Funeral services for Glen will
be at 11 a.m. on Saturday, June 22,
in the Keystone United Methodist
Church sanctuary, with Dr. Craig
Moore and Dr. Tom Farmer con-
ducting the services. Interment will
be at Keystone Heights Cemetery,
to follow as needed.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights.
PAID OBITUARY

Helen

Jackson-

Burnett
STARKE-Helen Laverne Jack-
son-Burnett, 85, of Starke died Sat-
urday, June 15, 2013, in Jackson-
ville following an extended illness.
She was born Jan. 5. 1928, in
Alma, Ga., to the late Austin L. and
Dora Whitley, and was of the Bap-
tist faith. Prior to her retirement, she
was a seamstress in the Alma and
Baxley, Ga., area prior to moving to
Starke many years ago.
She was preceded in death by:
son Larry Turner; and a husband,
Edward Jackson.
She is survived by: her husband
of nine years, Norman Burnett;
daughter Diane (Wayne),Mundorff
of Keystone Heights; sons Ronnie
Turner of Keystone Heights, Jerry
(Sandra) Turner of Baxley, Ga., and
Terry (Pat) Turner of Dothan, Ala.;
brother Carlos Whitley of Callahan;
daughter-in-law Jessie Turner of
Hazelhurst, Ga.; 17 grandchildren;
38 great-grandchildren; and 12
great-great grandchildren.
Funeral services were held June
19 in the Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home chapel in Keystone Heights
with Pastor Daniel Findley officiat-
ing. Burial followed at Crosby Lake
Cemetery in Starke.

Elbert Jewell

Sr.
LAKE BUTLER-Elbert Lee
"Bob" "Candy Man" Jewell Sr., 85,
of Lake Butler died on Wednesday,
June 12,2013, at his residence after
an extended illness.
He was born on May 6, 1928, in
Willochoee, Ga., to the late Hosie
and Frances B. Floyd Jewell. He
lived most of his life in Lake Butler
and was a self-employed carpenter
for many years.
He is survived by: his wife of
62 years,,Ida Mae Edwards Jewell


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Holton of Lake Butler, Dorothy
(Jim) Serio of Lake Butler, Betty
(Larry) Holton of Waldo and Su-
sie Williams of Lake Butler; son
Bert (Cheryl) Jewell of Lake Butler
and stepson Edward King of Lake
Butler; nine grandchildren; and 15
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were conducted
on June 15 in the chapel of Archer
Funeral Home, with Rev. Greg Wil-
liams officiating. Internment fol-
lowed in the New Zion Cemetery.


Antonio Lopez
WALDO-Antonio "Tony" So-
lis Lopez, 90, of Waldo died Sun-
day, June 16,2013, at his residence.
He was born on June 13, 1923, in
Mexico to the late Vicente Solis and
Jauna Lopez.
He was preceded in death by his
sister.
He is survived by: his wife of 42
years, Norine Lopez of Waldo; chil-
dren Jose Pedro Solis, Elvira Rivera,
Able Solis, Concha Carlos, Mariano
Solis and Patricia Rivas; his brother,
Daniel Solis; 33 grandchildren; and
30 great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held
on Saturday, June 22, at 11 a.m. at
First Baptist Church of Waldo, with
Pastor Jim Dubois officiating.
Arrangements are under the care
and direction of Archie Tanner Fu-
neral Services of Starke.


Rosemary

Strickland
STARKE-Rosemary Broskey
Strickland, 95, of Starke, died on
Monday,June 17, 2013, at Bradford
Terrace Nursing Home after an ex-
tended illness.
She was born on March 8, 1918,
in Baker County to the late James E.
and Laura C. Kirkland Broskey. She
was a homemaker and was preceded
in death by her husband, Ernest Earl
Strickland.
She is survived by: her daugh-
ters, Evelyn (Ronald) Goodman of
Starke, Ethel Osman of Hampton,
Ga., and Laura (Michael) Paris of
Starke; sons George Strickland of
Starke and James (Brenda) Strick-
landof Lake Butler; brothers Carl
and Arthur Broskey; sisters Verna
Mac Davis of Starke and Earline
Davis of Hollister; eight grandchil-
dren; and 18 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be conduct-
ed Thursday, June 20, at 2 p.m. in
the chapel of Archer Funeral Home,
with Rev. Rick Jackson officiating.
Internment will follow at Kingsley
Lake Cemetery in Clay County.
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
.Butler is in charge of arrangements.


Clyde Sumner

Clyde Sumner
STARKE-Clyde William Sum-
ner Sr., 74, of Starke died Saturday,
June 15,2013, in Gainesville.
He was born on Jan. 17, 1939, in,
Lawtey to the late Aaron Sumner
and Rosie Muse Sumner. He was a
member of Smyrna Baptist Church.
He was preceded in death by: his
brothers, Johnny David Sumner Sr.,
Clarence Sumner and Clayton Sum-
ner; and sister Mildred Bryan.
He is survived by: his wife of
51 years, Lorene Brouighton Sum-
ner; children Tina (John) Hutchins
of Starke, Brenda (Malin) Dick
of Hampton, Clyde Sumner Jr. of
Jacksonville; brother Carl Sumner;
sisters Evelyn Booth, Nancy Jakab,
Carolyn Thornton and Barbara Gil-
pin; eight grandchildren; and eight
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held Fri-
day, June 21, at 1 p.m. at Smyrna
Baptist Church, with Pastor Charles
Starling officiating. Interment will
follow at Santa Fe Cemetery. The
family will receive friends one hour
prior to the service at the church.
Arrangements are under the care
and direction of Archie Tanner Fu-


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GREEN COVE SPRINGS-
Thomas Arnold Wasdin, 88, died on'
Thursday, June 13, 2013, inOrange
Park Medical Center. -
He was born Sept. 6, 1924, to
parents Hiram Matthew Wasdin;
and Bessie Jane Abernathy Wasdirn
in Graham. He was the grandson
of Hiram Daniel Wasdin and Ellen"
Josephine Gill Wasdin, early set-
tlers of Bradford County (having;
moved from Pierce County, Ga.).
He was educated in'Bradford Coun,
ty schools and graduated from the
University of Florida with a degree,
in agricultural engineering in 1960.
He was employed in Jacksonville
by St. Regis Paper Company and'
the United States Postal Service:'
for many years. He retired from-
Naval Air Rework Facility as head
of mechanical engineering at NAS:
Jacksonville. Mr. Wasdin was an:
avid hunter, enjoyed deer hunting:
in Florida and made annual trips to,
Colorado and Wyoming to hunt. In;
later years, 'he enjoyed researching
his family history and ancestry. ,
Mr. Wasdin is predeceased by his,
parents; sister Mary Ellen Wasdin
Andrews; and wife Patricia Kemp,
Wasdin.
Mr. Wasdin is survived by: his
wife, Reva Juhl-Wasdin of Green
Cove Springs; children Dianne.
(Allen) Cook of Tennessee, Shen
lia Hohnhorst of Georgia, Royce
(Dee) Richards of West Virginia
and Robert (Joyce) Smith of Geor-
gia; daughters Tanya Wasdin (Ray-
mond) Higginbotham of Valrico
and Gina (Richard) Ward of Mid-
dleburg; a son, Mark (Lori) West
of Penney Farms; grandchildren
Richard Johnston, Justin Johnston,
John West, Kaitlin Prom, Amanda
Ward, Jarrod Ward, Madison Ward,
Stephanie Varnes, Tiffany (Brad)
Bowers and Josh (Felisha) Bowers;
seven great-grandchildren; two
brothers, Robert M. (Mary) Wasdin
of Middleburg and Frank '(Carol)
Wasdin of Orange Park; a sister,
Thelma Broughton of Graham; a
brother-in-law, A. T. Andrews of
Graham; and several nieces, neph-
ews and cousins.
Arrangements are being handled
by Broadus-Raines Funeral Home
of Green Cove Springs and Bor-
dwine Funeral Home .of Etowah,
Tenn. Burial will be at McMinn
Memory Gardens in Athens, Tenn.
PAID-OBITUARY


James White
STARKE-James David White
Sr., 68, of Starke died on Sunday,
May 5,2013.
He was born on Sept. 22,1944, in
Old Lyme, Conn., to the late Ernest
Phillip and Cora (Robbins) White.
Prior to retirement, he was a truck
driver.
He was preceded in death by:
daughter Jennifer White; and broth-
ers Vie and Phillip White.
He is survived by: his wife,
Joan J. White of Starke; daughters.
Betsy White of Massachusetts and
Theresa White of New Hampshire;
sons James David White Jr. of Mas-
sachusetts and Ernie White of New
Hampshire; sisters Mary Graley and
Theresa Dow, both of Connecticut,
Pat Graffam of Melrose and Nancy
Hawner of Venice; 17 grandchil-
dren; and one great-grandchild.
Memorial services will be held
on Sunday, June 23, at 2 p.m. at
First Baptist Church of Starke, with
Brother Wailon Hasten officiating.
Arrangements are by Jones-Gal-
lagher Funeral Home of Starke.


Randy

Williams
LAKE CITY-Randy Williams,
54, of Lake City died Thursday,
June 13, 2013, at Haven Hospice
Care Center in Lake City following
an extended illness.
Born on May 15, .1959, he was a'
lifelong resident of Lake City. He
was a construction worker, was of
the Pentecostal faith and a graduate
of Richardson High School in the
Columbia County school system.
He is survived by: a wife, Jenell
Williams of Jacksonville (originally
of Starke); daughters Randisha Wil-
liams, Brandisha Williams and El-
dricka Daniels, all of Jacksonville;
stepson Darryl Manning of Jack-
sonville; brother Phillip Williams
of Lake City; and several other sib-
lings.
Memorial services were on June
19 in the Carl D. Haile Memorial
Chapel, with Pastor Priscilla Akins
serving as eulogist. Interment fol-
lowed at Quitman Cemetery in
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Purple

Day: fun

and well-

deserved

awards

for Arc

consumers


ABOVE LEFT:
Chris Miller
(left) gets up
close and
personal with
a snake, which
was displayed
by Devin
Wheeler. LEFT:
Devin Wheeler
holds a turtle as
Ronald Bayliss
looks on. (All
photos by Cliff
Smelley.)


The
presentation of
certificates did
not conclude
Purple Day
activities.
After receiving
their awards,
Kim Lee (left)
and Chrissy
Richardson
showed off their
moves by doing
the "Cupid
Shuffle."


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Arthur Sinabian (top) and
Jeff Brosche admire their
Purple Day certificates.
Brosche's certificate
recognized his love for
making cards every day at
the Arc facilities.


Richard Miller
high fives
Arc employee
Christina
Rosbeck
after his pitch
successfully
knocked Arc
employee Tony
Sellars into the
dunk tank.


Chris Ballance
takes aim, hoping
to hit the dunk
tank target and
get Arc employee
Tony Sellars
wet-a Purple
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Stacie Hallowell, with
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Bradford Parents Athletic Association enjoys 1st-year success


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
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Chapman is the president of
the Bradford Parents Athletic
Association, which, as its name
suggests, is a group of parents
who decided to take on the
responsibility of ensuring that the
children of Bradford County had
recreational sports opportunities.
The work began before that
opening day of March 9 rolled
around, but the start of games,
in essence, made the group's
mission a reality. Chapman said
as he watched a child throw the
first ceremonial pitch, he sat back
and said to himself, "Awesome."
Though the spring season
isn't technically in the books
with all-star play now underway,
Chapman can look back and say
the season was a success.
"I think things went really
well," Cook said. "We had quite
a few sign-ups-a lot more than
we expected. Overall, we didn't
have a whole lot of complaints.
Everybody seemed happier this
year."
The recreation program in
Starke has been in a transitional
phase the last couple of years.
In 2011, city of Starke officials
determined they could no longer
afford to operate the program.
Cassels Christian Academy took
the program over and operated
it for a year before the Bradford
Parents Athletic Association
assumed control.
Therefore, it was a bit of a
surprise that approximately 300
children signed up to play in the
spring. Cook said she thought
having 200 children participate
would be a good year. '
Chapman said he saw children
participate this year who have
been playing in other counties
in the past. That's one of the
organization's goals-to make
it so local families don't want to
take their children elsewhere.
"My hope would be for every
child who is age eligible to
play here in Bradford County,"
Chapman said.
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to the ball fields. Trish Cook,
the Bradford Parents Athletic
Association treasurer, said
she remembers growing up in
Brooker and'seeing 150 to 200
people attending youth baseball
and softball games.
As an adult, Cook has seen
families drop their children off at
the ball park, then leave to go eat
at a restaurant. Many don't stick
around at the ballpark while the
kids are playing.
In an attempt to get more
people to stay, the Bradford
Parents Athletic Association
expanded the food offerings in
the concessions stand. Cook said
the organization underestimated
just how popular that would
be. Shopping trips to stock the
concessions stand became more
frequent and larger in scale.
By the end of the season,
more families were involved.
Volunteers stepped forward
to offer their services, plus a
closing ceremony/family fun
day proved to be so much fun
that people didn't want it to end,
Chapman said.
"We almost had to tellpeople,
'OK, it's time to leave.' They
were having a blast during that
closing ceremony," Chapman
said.
Meeting the demands of
increased concessions stand
sales and creating team schedules
to accommodate approximately
300 children was a lot of work,
but no one in the Bradford
Parents Athletic Association is
complaining.
"The work is hard for us, and
it's a time commitment for us to
keep up with," Cook said, "but I
think we saw a really, really good
indication of what can happen
if we continue to maintain (the
program)."
Chapman said he knew he and
the other organization members
could successfully operate a
recreation program. Talking
to members of other parent-
run organizations in Keystone
Heights, Union County,
Alachua County and other areas
reinforced that belief.
"We knew if they could do it,
we could do it," Chapman said.
That didn't mean there
weren't any anxious times in
the beginning. Cook said the
year began' with organization
members putting expenses
on their personal credit cards
just to get the program up and
running. The key was generating
revenue to sustain the program
throughout the season.
"You're really going week to
week flying by the seat of your


her students and herself, Mrs.
McDonald has demonstrated
that-with the right attitude and
use of instructional strategies-
anything is possible," Hartman
said.
"In a setting where one is
confined to a cell for the majority
of the day, her students have
developed a love of learning
and, more importantly, now
have goals and expectations for


RIGHT: Luke
Stucky of the
Rays rookie
team. BELOW
RIGHT: Carson
Knight of the
Yankees major
team prepares
to pitch. (Photos
courtesy of
the Bradford
Parents Athletic
Association.)


pants, trying to make sure the
concessions stand is producing
enough money; we've purchased
enough baseballs, purchased
enough softballs, scheduled all
the umpires we need and paying
those umpires."
Chapman said when
organization members, took a
close look at what the costs of
electricity at the park could be,
it was uncertain if they could
"keep our heads above water."
"We had so much help
from the county and the city,"
Chapman said. "The city took
over the light bill for the year.
The county gave a large-sum
donation. Thank God."
Through it all, games and
tournaments were successfully
played. Chapman said most
teams played approximately
20 games, noting the team
he coached last year played
approximately 14.
Starke hosted a rookie
tournament and a T-ball
tournament. The Bradford
Parents Athletic Association
made sure every child who
played in those tournaments
received medallions, while
teams received trophies.
"We had a lot of out-of-town
teams come over this year, and
they were really impressed with
the organization as a whole,"
Chapman said.
As members of the Bradford
Parents Athletic Association
start to now focus on registration
for adult/church league softball,
they also cast an eye to the
future. Chapman said making
improvements to the ball fields
and park are goals. He cited
examples such as adding batting
cages, using better clay for the
infields, purchasing equipment
to better maintain the fields
and building new concessions
stands.
"We know it's years down
the road," Chapman said, "but
it gives us something to look
forward to and build upon."
Cook said the organization has
been approached about offering


themselves," she said.
Hartman said that, as an
educator, it was a "joyous
occasion" to encounter an
individual of McDonald's
caliber. She said McDonald
has, shown she is more than
able to guide students who are
capable, yet hesitant to believe
in themselves-especially in a
correctional setting.
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soccer, which is a possibility.
"If we can find the knowledge
base out there and folks who-
understand it, we'll take a look
at it," Cook said.
Witnessing the success of
this past Cal Ripken/Babe Ruth
season and envisioning a better.
future have made the efforts of
the Bradford Parents Athletic
Association worth it. When
asked if there was one thing
he would change after looking
back on how the organization's
inaugural spring season went,
Chapman replied, "The only
thing I would've done differently
would have been to try and get
this five years ago."
Joining Chapman and Cook
as officers are Chris Olive (vice
president) and Sheila Evans
and Julie Martin (secretaries).
The organization's board
consists of: Heather Chapman
(concessions director), Todd
Gainey and Kevin .Crawford
(fields and maintenance),
Kevin Blankenship (softball
commissioner) and Regina
Gainey and Julie Morrow
(softball members).
For more information on
the Bradford Parents Athletic
Association, visit its Facebook
page, which is listed under the
name of the organization.


a daily basis," Hartman said.
McDonald's skills as an
educator and her encouraging
demeanor have led her students
to view their incarceration
as something more than a
completely negative impact on
their lives. With the skills and
change of attitude McDonald
taught her students, "They may
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As we continue marching
toward' the hottest part of the
summer, our local lakes will
become a more attractive
recreational alternative. The
dredge work on the Sampson
canal should be completed by
Thursday, June 20. Additionally,
the work on the Hampton boat
ramp should be completed soon.
Do not forget Lake Palestine
and Lake Butler in Union
County, Kingsley Lake and the
Keystone lakes atop Trail Ridge.
Protect yourself and the kids
from the sun and remember dusk
and dawn as good fishing times.

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Billy Belote has lived in


Billy Belote and his
grandson Elijah Mize
show off a nice catch.

Keystone since childhood, but
he attended Bradford High
School,in the late '60s, where he
was a great football performer at
quarterback. When his nephew
Zach Wilson and Zach's
two sons, Gabe and Kirrin,
approached him about a fishing
location, he had the perfect place
in mind: a small, undisclosed
(of course) Keystone lake that
has held' its water level over
time. Shortly afterward, Zach,
along with Gabe and Kirrin,
met up with Belote and his two
grandsons, Caleb Mize, 8, and
Elijah Mize, 4, for an afternoon
of fishing.
From the beginning, the kids
did well, catching small panfish
until an intrusive approach by
a large bass, which attempted
to take their catch. Belote
subsequently changed strategies,
attaching a larger hook, putting
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ABOVE LEFT:
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and, late.
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returning it to the water under a
bobber. Afterward, he gave the
rod to Caleb with instructions
for letting the fish run and
setting the hook. After walking
off a few yards, Belote heard
Caleb scream in excitement
about hooking a big one. Belote
quickly returned to observe
what he described as an exciting
play with jumps, stripped
line, patience and, finally, the
lunker catch pictured in the
accompanying photo.
Success really breeds success
in this case. The same routine
was followed a second time, and
Elijah was able to experience
the same excitement. After that,
Gabe, too was able to land a nice
trophy.
Kirrin followed the same
process and did hook what
appeared to be the largest bass
of the day, but with an exciting
head-shaking jump, it came
unbuttoned.
All fish were photographed
and released unharmed for a
future replay.
On the way home Caleb said,
"Pa Pa Bill, that was the best
day ever." With that statement,
Caleb probably summarized
more family fishing trips than
he realized that have created
unforgettable memories.

Best bet for fishing
On the freshwater front, the
only good time left this year
to catch shellcrackers while
bedding might by during the
full moon in the latter part of
the month. These fish are larger
than bluegills, and they pull
harder than any other freshwater
panfish, including the larger
crappies.
Bass fishing is already more
successful at dawn and dusk, and
look for offshore, underwater
structure, which will provide
them a cooler habitat.
Bluegills will be available
anytime. Just keep your nose to
the air and follow the pungent
smell of spawning fish.
The catfish bite in the St.
Johns River remains active to
this date.
The saltwater scene will be
more active at early and late
times, but the, feeding times
or tidal changes will have a
greater impact on the fish bite,
regardless of the time of day.
Bob McNally of the Times-
Union indicates that trout are
most active at night under the
dock lights in the St Johns.
Trout, flounder and reds
will be available through the
summer, but will be better early


ABOVE: Clint
Sheppard and
Jason McClellan
take first at
the June 12
Bald Eagle ,
tournament.
RIGHT: Kyle
Davis and Josh ,
Griffis take first
at the June 13 [ -.
Sampson Lake '
Tournament.

Kingfish Tournament is
scheduled for mid July. Kingfish
will follow the bait fish both
inshore and offshore on both
coasts.

Bass tournaments
The two local bass
tournaments continue marching
toward the summer heat and
their classic tournaments. One
observation that will benefit any
bass fisherman is that more of
them are moving offshore as the
heat escalates, in search of the
larger bass.
The Bald Eagle tournament
competitors were generally
complimentary of the fish bite.
As a matter of fact, the winning


*First place-Kyle Davis and
Josh Griffis;
*Second place and big bass-
Randy Griffis and Joe Mullins.
Tight lines until next week.

Outdoors calendar
Joey Tyson/Bald Eagle Bait
and Tackle bass tournaments at
Santa Fe Lake every Wednesday;
Sampson Lake tournaments
every Thursday;
Shrimp season is now open
in Green Cove Springs;
Red snapper season is now
open;
June 21, Sampson Lake
launch scheduled to open;
June 23, full moon;
July 1, scallop season
opens.
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photo to share, please contact
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'Homes Sales. 386-418-
0424.
CASH FOR used homes!!!
'r heed your trades. Guar-
anteed top dollar. Call
Mike. 386-418-0424 TSH
BRAND NEW double wide
low as $39,000. Call Mike
3 86-418-0424. TSH
LIKE NEW 28x80, many
extras. Call Ricky 386-
418-0424. TSH
GOT LAND and want a new
;".home? Call Ricky 386-
418-0424.
NO MONEY down. That's
-, 'right 0% down on a new
S.home if you own your own
S:land. Call Ricky 386-418-
`"0424. THS
BEP$T DEALS in North Fl.,
South Ga. make me your
last stop, will not be un-
,,,dersold. Call Ricky 386-
S418-0424. THS
LOVELY 2BR/1BA apart-
,',,ment on Kingsley Lake.
Rarely available, but long
term tenant has relocated
out of area. Immediate
.... occupancy. Woodsy set-
ting. Access to dock and
lake for tenants. Ideal for
professional. 10 minutes
from downtown Starke,
S30 minutes from Orange
.&ark, 45 minutes from
Gainesville. $675/mo. In-
b ludes refrigerator, stove
and water. Tenant pays
utilities. Security deposit
ahd credit check required.
Call 904-533-2862.
50
For Rent
MELROSE 1/BR APT. $575/
mo. includes utilities. No
pets. Non smoker. 352-
475-3486.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to pris-
on. Call 352-468-1323.
NICE MOBILE HOMES
in Lake Butler & Starke.
16x80 2BR/2BA, DW
3BR/2BA. 2 & 3 BR sin-
gle wides. Both fenced.
Deposit required. Call
-- --678-438-6828.
MOBILE HOMES FOR
5IENT starting at $525
,jer month. Hidden Oaks,
:<<-ake Butler. Call 386-
1S 6-8111
*t fMANENT ROOMS
1--l'r9 rent at the Magnolia
,'O otel. Both refrigerator
and microwave. Special
rates, by the month. Call
904-964-4303 for more
information.
SLAKE BUTLER APART-
SMENTS, Accepting ap-
O lications for HC and
non-HC. 1,2,3, & 4 BR.
This institution is an equal
S opportunity provider and
Employer. 1005 SW 6thf
St. Lake Butler, 32054.
TDD/TTY 711.Call 386-
496-3141.
i5 YEAR OLD 3BR/2BA.
House. Granite counters,
Stile floors, gas fireplace,
SJacuzzi tub. 2 car ga-
rage east of Keystone,


Set Rig
Specializing In
Rodney A. Carmkic
Email: setright_hon

Licensed'


with lake access to Lake
Hutchinson. Keystone
school district $1000/mo.
$1,000/dep. Call Dave
@352-473-3560.
2BR/1BA APT CH/A Elec-
tric range, refring wall to
wall carpet. $495/mo. sec.
deposit. References, call
904-966-1334.
NOW AVAILABLE.
3BR/1.5BA house, just
a mile from downtown
Starke. Beautiful yard,
2,851 sq ft. on an acre!
Fireplace, 2 car garage,
Florida room, paved
driveway. $1,100/mo.-
negotiable, first last &
security. Service animals
only. 352-494-7987, leave
message.
3BR/2BA. Move in ready.
New paint/carpet/tile.
Brick ranch on Brook-
lyn Bay Rd. White
sand beach, fireplace,
enclosed porch, 2 car
garage,fenced yard. No
pets. $975. Mo. Call 850-
338-4917.
2BR/1BA, $450/mo. plus
$400 deposit South 301.
352-468-1455.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
3BR/2BA MH on 1 acre,
close to town, $525/mo.
plus deposit. Call 352-
475-6260.
JUST REDUCED, 2BR/1 BA,
CH&A, W/D hookup, very
clean, lawn maintenance
included. $450., plus De-
posit. 904-364-8135.
MOBILE HOME for rent. In
good condition. For more
information call, 904-290-
0083 OR 904-964-5006.
3 BR/1 1/2 BA home off
Orange St., behind Winn
Dixie. Cats ok.
STUDIO APT. $450/mo.
$450 deposit. Water &
Electric Included. Call
352-473-2919.
3 BR/ 1 1/2 BA SW.w/
addition. Fenced yard,
screened porch. $650/
mo. $300 deposit. Call
904-263-3999 or 904-
305-8287.
2BR/ 1 1/2 BA, Block home
for rent in Keystone.
Fenced backyard, fire-
place, CH&A. Call Bill or
Denise at 352-473-0350.


2BR/1BA. CH/A Clean, sil-
ting porch, lake property
west side of Keystone
Heights. Ideal for 1 or
2 persons $525 mo
or $475/mo with senior
discount. Lawn care in-
cluded 352-226-6226
STARKE, 3BR/1BA SW,
outside city limits. $500/
mo. plus $500 deposit
Call 352-235-6319.
51
Lost/Found
REWARD Lost men's col-
lege ring. Call 964-7780
DOG FOUND on 6-14-2013
during thunderstorm,
running along Hwy 100,
between Starke and Key-
stone, near the dump. Lab
mixed female. Please call
(352) 219-2579 to identify.
53A
Yard Sale
MOVING SALE-SAT 8AM-
TILL?.. Baby stuff, TV's,
Furniture, washer/dryer.
exercise equip. & much
more. 1005 Wilson Rd.
Starke.
FRI. 8AM-2PM, SAT. 8AM-
NOON Lots of nice items,
women's, men's girls &
boys clothes, household
items, some furniture &
misc. items. 10321 NW
CR 225. Starke, Fl.
MULTI-FAM Sat. only: 8AM-
1PM 7554 SW CR 18.
Hampton Lake,
8 DAYS, June 21-29.
Sale will be on CR 18E
in Hampton, next door
to Macedonia Baptist
Church. Clothes .50-$10.
China cabinet, 21 pieces
$80. Follow signs for di-
rections.
5 FAMILY: Sat. only 8AM-
til?... At Church next to
Post office in Graham.
57
For Sale
FOR SALE, due to illness,
all good condition. 1994
6400 John Deer Tractor
w/canopy-MFWD 85 hp 3.
hitch-2 remotes. 640 load-
er 15 ft. bat wing. 1964
Gallon grader. 1995 Fer-
guson roller. 1989 Ford
350 Dually diesel truck.


DOUGLASS LAWN CARE
Lawn Cuts & Morel
No job too small/...g/ve me a call!
3 ',Sn Quality Lawn Care at a Great Price!


1 3 Johnathan Douglass
--" 904-964-4407




|ht Mobile Homes
Relocations, Re-Levels, Set-Ups & Disposal
chael, Owner 904-364-6383
nes@yahoo.com
R Bonded Insured Lict# IH/1025656


KEYSTONE VILLAGE APARTMENT
Take a Look at us Now!


2 BEDAOO APARTMEN

AVILBL T HEED FAA


Convenient to shopping, restaurant; boat ramps. Keystone Heights public
beach, schools, banks & medical facilibes
All units have additional outside storage Full carpeting and vinyl flooring
Central air conditioning-and heating Custom cabinets
SAmple parking One story only no stairs to climb
Lovely landscaping Patios & Porches for outdoor living
Convenient laundry facilities

418 S.E. 41st Loop in Keystone Club Estates
((Next to the Golf Course)
Handicapped Coime in and..e ifc u. or call us it 352473-3682 1o1.,i N
Equipped TDD dial 711 OPPORTUNITh
k This institution is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer. ,


1996 Hallmark 8x16.5
ft enclosed trailer. 1970
F 750 single-axle Ford
dump truck w/ equipment
trailer 1993 Cadillac Dev-
lie. 12 ft Jon boa!. 4 new
oak Amish buggy wheels.
Table saw, Fert spreader,
Wurlitzer-melville-clark
spinnet piano, hammond
spinnet organ L-133 has
LES LER speakers. Call
386-496-0683.
DUNE BUGGY 2008,250cc,
runs good, $1200 2008
Kawasaki dirt bike, 125
electric start runs good.
$1200. 2 dirt bikes, ge-
neric, needs work. Won't
run. $100 & $200 Twin
size bed with 6 drawers
and desk built in Mat-
tress included. $80. Call
904-964-4283, leave
message.
MAPLE FINISH-5pc. Bed-
room set (no bed),triple
dresser with 3 mirrors (top
comes off), chest and 2
night stands. Like new.
'Only $375 cash. Private
owner. 904-964-8394.
59
Personal
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. We do all
types of tractor work,
excavation and small
demolition jobs. Free Es-
timates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, 904-545-5241.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for MH
& land packages. 1-800-
284-1144.


Auctions
At Auction 06/22/
13 1,275 ACRES
(+/-) Beautiful
Custom Home in 10
Tracts Rich Valley
Section of Smyth
County, Virginia.
V i s I t
www.countsauctions
.corn for details.
VA#0326

U N. I T E D
BUILDING
PRODUCTS
LIQUIDATION
AUCTION. June
29-July 1st @10am.
preview June 21-28
1 1 a m 7 p m .
Inventory, Fixtures.
Equipment. 3510 N.
Monroe St,
Tallhassee. BP 10%
onsite, 15% online.
AaronJosephCo.com
Joseph Kikta
AU4236 AB3058


TRANSFER slides, photo
negatives, hard copy pho-
tos to digital jpg format.
Some image processing
available for additional
fee. Quick, affordable.
Call, leave message 352-
468-3380
PRIVATE SUMMER tutor
for FCAT and grade level
prep. $15. hr. Contact
kennethj.cooper@yahoo.
corn or 850-566-4672 to
set an appointment.
65
Help Wanted
EXPERIENCED PROP-
ERTY preservation sub-
contractors. Must be li-
censed, insurance, expe-
rienced in home repairs,
provide equipment, and
available to travel within
Florida. You will also need
knowledge of camera and
computer use for sending
picture files daily to office.
Call 352-473-0095.
HIRING experienced prop-
erty preservation sec-
retaries. Prefer Vendor
360, Mars & Zephyr
knowledge. MUST have
knowledge of Windows
7 or 8 & Excel. Construc-
tion, Building materials
and use of cost estimator
a plus call 352-473-0095
Office Assistant/ Reception-
ist. Basic office skills,
computer literate, good
organizational skills and
excellent customer ser-
vice skills. Accounting
experience a plus. Pay
based on skills and expe-
rience. Email resume to
walker889@aol.com
CAREGIVER/CNA and/or 2
years experience working
with elderly or disabled cli-
ents. 2/3 days per week.


Condos for Sale
Orlando Luxury
Waterfront
Condos! Brand
new 2 & 3 BR
residences. Up to
50% OFF! Own
below builder's
cost! Close to all
attractions! Must
see. Call now 877-
333-0272, x32

Education
MEDICAL
BILLING
TRAINEES
NEEDED! Train to
become a Medical
Office ,. Assistant.
NO EXPERIENCE
NEEDED! Online
training gets you
Job ready ASAP.
HS Diploma/GED
& PC/Internet


Sunrise Home Care Ser-
vices, 352-468-2619.
LIVE IN eldercare want-
ed. Room, board,
small stipend per
month,negotiable. Off
duty mornings, week-
ends, Light housekeep-
ing, food prep. Leave
message 352-468-3380.
OWN A COMPUTER? Put it
to work! Up to $1,500 to
$7,000/mo. FT/PT. www.
iluvmybiz123.com
The Union County Board
of County Commission-
ers is looking to fill the
position of Building Code
Administrator/ Building
Inspector. This position
is responsible for direct
administration or supervi-
sion of plan review, en-
forcement, or inspection
of building construction
that requires permitting
to indicate compliance
with building codes. You
may review the rules
for the profession at
www. myfloridalicense.
born or you may stop
by or call the Board Of-
fice at 386-496-4241,
5 NE 1 st Street, Lake But-
ler, Florida 32054. Salary
and hours have not been
determined yet.
HIRING IMMEDIATELY,
qualified HHA/CNA's for
in home care. Please
call Homelnstead Se-
nior Care. 904-215-8520.
Drug Free Work Place
GROWING LEARNING
Center looking for experi-
enced CDA/BA/AA teach-


ers. Call 352-473-4044.
LOOKING FOR positive,
high energy, dependable,
self-starter to work in Lake
Butler/Starke area with
individuals with varying
disabilities. Must pos-
sess a HS dip/Ged, 1
yr. exp. DL, vehicle, and
ability to pass local, state
and federal background
screening. FT/PT $8.00
hr. Call 904-964-7767 for
more information.
CURRENTLY SEEKING a
motivated, reliable indi-
vidual for full time swine
herdsman in Washington.
Experience preferred, but
will train the right candi-
date. Benefits included.
Call 785-325-3134.
SUPERVISOR TRAINEE
needed: Building prod-
ucts industry seeks and
ambitious, energetic, me-
chanically inclined per-

Orangewood Apartments
801 South Water Street
Starke, FL 32091
904-964-4214
TDDOFTY 711
Accepting Applications]
Rental Assistance!
1,2, & 3 bedroom HC &
Non-HC accessible
apartments,
"This institution is an equal
opportunity provider, and employer."
"Equal Housing Opportunity'


Out of Area Classifieds


needed! (888)374-
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Help Wanted
YOUR NEW
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Recent
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D R I V E R
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TIDY NOOK
N E E D S
handyman /
landscaper / cleaner
to service properties
in area.
Travel required.
Will train. Must
have access to
internet and own
tools. 888-389-8237,

Experienced OTR
Flatbed Drivers
earn 50 up to 55
cpm loaded. $1000
sign on to Qualified
drivers. Home most
weekends. Call:
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for hands on
A v i a t i o n
Maintenance Career.
FAA approved
program. Financial
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Housing available
CALL Aviation
Institute of
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AIRLINES ARE
HIRING -, Train
for handA. on
Av i a t i o n
Maintenance Career.
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program. Financial
aid if qualified -
Housing available
CALL Aviation


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Trainee position. Prefer
a 2 year degree or 2 yrs.
Supervisors experience
managing employees.
We are EECC, Drug free
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Starke, FL
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Real Estafe/ Land
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Acres. $0-Down
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Beautiful Views.


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holidays/vacations. Ap-
ply at Gilman Building
Products, 6640 CR 218,
Maxvillei, Fl. or fax resume
to 904-289-7736.



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Move-In

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$100 security
1V2 OFF 1st &
2nd month's rent
Equal housing opportunity.
This institution is an equal
opportunity provider &
employer.
Call Nita at
352-468-1971
TDD 800-955-9771


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PUBLIC AUCTION
ADERHOLT AUCTION
&
EQUIPMENT

Location: 6 miles south of Lake City on US
Hwy 41 & 441

Saturday, June 22

at 9 am
Your consignments are welcome.

Terms of sale: Cash, personal checks,
business checks.
10% Buyer Premium
For more information call

Roy Aderholt

at 1-386-397-3856

or 1-386-755-2615
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SELF EMPLOYED? OR 1099 EMPLOYEE?

WE DON'T NEED PROOF OF INCOME!

AT HONDA OF GAINESVILLE WE SAY YES!
NO MATTER WHATYOUR CREDIT IS2!!
Honda of Gainesville 3800 N. Main St, (866) 833-3403
MAKE MODEL YEAR LINER 'PRICPAYM
HONDA CR-V 2006 DO YOU HAVE BANKRUPTCY, MAKE I.ATE PAYMENTS, OR HAVE NO CREDIT???
WE ARE YOUR PLACE FOR THE'BEST FINANCING! $99 DOWN THIS WEEK
TOYOTA CAMRY 2009 WARRANTY! EVERYBODY RIDES TODAY REGARLDESS
OF YOUR CREDIT! NO GIMMICKS, JUST GREAT'DEALS!
0 MONEY DOWN SPECIAL! .............................................$12,995 OR $246/MO
HONDA ACCORD 2003 WITH LEATHER, VERY LOW MILES, METICULOUSLY
MAINTAINED! ALL SERVICES DONE AT HONDA! CLEANEST
IN TOWN. ONLY ........................................ ..........................$199/MO OR $9,990
HONDA R-V 2012- 'NEW BODY STYLE, LOW MILES, WARRANTY WE WANT
-. ..PEOPLE.WITH BAD CREDITmiI TAKE ON PAYMENTS'OF ONLY....................:..$388/MO
CHEVY HHR 2007 GREAT ON GAS, TONS.OF ROOM! ...........................................$8,995 OR $199/MO
CHEVY MALIBU 2011 ..................................................................................................... $14,896 OBO
MAKE OFFER MUST SELL ASAPI!! CALL MATTAT 904-477-9601
NISSAN TITAN 2013 LOW MILES SPOTLESS CONDITION, MAKE PAYMENTS OF ..........................$388/MO
OR CALL FOR CASH PRICE
CHEVROLET SILVERADO 2013 CREW CAB.GARAGE KEPT, LOW MILES. DO YOU HAVE
BAD CREDIT, NO CREDITOR LATE PAYMENTS?
WE SAY YES AT HONDA OF GAINESVILLE!............................;....................$25,995
HUMMER H3 LUXURY 2008 LOW MILES SPOTLESS CONDITION, MAKE PAYMENTS OF.............................$388/MO
OR CALL FOR CASH PRICE '
TOYOTA CAMRY 2012 DRIVE IN STYLE! PREVIOUSLY TURNE., DOWN? WE SAY YES REGARDLESS
OF YOUR CREDIT HISTORY! TAKE ON'PAYMENTS OF .............................$296.19/MO
DODGE GR. CARAVAN 2008 DEAL OF THE WEEK! POWER DOORS, NO MONEY DOWN REQUIRED!............$12,995
NO MONEY DOWN REQUIRED @ HONDA OF -GAINESVILLE
ACURA TL 2009 LOW MILES, THRILL TO DRIVE! MUST SEE. MILITARY
AND STUDENT DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE! 0 DOWN ..................:............... ...$389/MO
GMC SIERRA Z71 2007 4X4, LOW MILES SPOTLESS CONDITION, LEATHER SUNROOF,
MUST SEE .................................................... .................................... $377/MO
"*NO MONEY DOWN- WAC
FORD EDGE 2008 LEATHER, DRIVE IN STYLE FOR LESS THAN $267/MO ONLY ..........................$13,995
DODGE CHARGER 2009 WARRANTY TO lOOK MILES, ATTENTION GETTER! MUST SEE TO
APPRECIATE! 100% GUARANTEED CREDIT APPROVALS............$15,995 OR $278/MO
HONDA ACCORD 2012 STILL UNDER WARRANTY! 19K MILES NO MONEY DOWN!!
FREE 60" TV WITH PURCHASE!..................................................................$349/MO
CHRYSLER T&C 2007 LOW MILES, FUN.FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY! MAKE PAYMENTS
UNDER $288/MO EVEN WITH BAD CREDIT!.....................................................$8,995
LEXUS RX350 2009 LUXURY FOR LESS, WARRANTY, DRIVE IN STYLE! 399/MO
WITH 0 MONEY DOWN .......................................................... $24,995 OR $399/MO
NISSAN MURANO 2009 LEATHER, SUNROOF, ALL THE BELLS AND WHISTLES AND WARRANTY!
100% GUARANTEED CREDIT APPROVALS! ASSUME PAYMENTS
ON LOAN OF ............................ .................................. ...................$378.25/MO
FORD MUSTANG 2005 CLEANEST IN TOWN, GREAT STUDENT CAR! PAYMENTS OF........................$225/MO
WITH $1,000 DOWN. CALL CHRIS AT 352-672-8439
TOYOTA TUNDRA 2006 DOUBLE CAB, LIMITED, THE CLEANEST IN TOWN!! MUST SEE!!
MAKE PAYMENTS OF ........................................$329/MO WITH ONLY $500 DOWN
HONDA PILOT 2005 SUPER CLEAN, ANYBODY QUALIFIES FOR FINANCING!
THIRD ROW SEATING!...............................................................................$10,995
ACURA TSX 2010 LEATHER, BLUETOOTH, SPOTLESS CONDITION. GREAT ON GAS!
ANYONE QUALIFIES FOR FINANCING ................................................$287/MO
CHEVROLET MALIBU 2011 PREVIOUSLY TURNED DOWN AT OTHER DEALERSHIP.S??"
WE HAVE 100% CREDIT APPROVALS. CALL TODAY FOR
INFORMATION ........................................................................... $159 BI W EEKLY
FORD ESCAPE 2006 LEATHER, V6, WILL TOW A BOAT, ONLY 60K MILES....................$12,995 OR $268/MO
VW JETTA TDI 2006 LEATHER, SUNROOF, LOW MILES, IT'S A DIESEL!! OVER 40 MPG...................$10,995
TOYOTA TACOMA 2010 DOUBLE CAB SR6 TRD SPORT PACKAGE! VERY LOW MILES,
WARRANTY. MAKE PAYMENTS OF $349/MO WITH MONEY DOWN
OR CALL FOR CASH PRICE.
CHRYSLER 300 2008 DUB EDITION, LOW MILES, BLACK ON BLACK, LEATHER, NAVIGATION.
SWEETEST RIDE ON THE BLOCK! CALL TODAY
WE GIVE SECOND CHANCES!..............................................................$349/MONTH
MINI COOPER 2005 CONVERTIBLE, LOW MILES, ENJOY THE RIDE! EVERYBODY RIDES
REGARDLESS OF YOUR CREDIT!............................................$12,995 OR $269/MO
SCION XB 2006 STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD! EXCELLENT ON GAS WITH
ENOUGH ROOM FOR EVERYONE. 100% CREDIT APPROVALS................$9,900 OBO
CHEVROLET SILVERADO 2007 CREW CAB, 68K, JUST WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR!.............$18,995 OR $329/MO
ACURA TL 2010 LOW MILES, STATUS SYMBOL, GET THE RED CARPET TREATMENT
THAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR!! SIGN AND DRIVE SPECIAL!!....... ...................$389/MO
JEEP WRANGLER 2010 DEAL OF THE WEEK! LOOKS LIKE NEW!!
SNO MONEY DOWN REQUIRED! .................................................................$349/MO
NO MONEY DOWN REQUIRED AT HONDA OF GAINESVILLE
DO YOU HAVE BANKRUPTCY, MAKE LATE PAYMENTS, OR HAVE NO CREDIT???
WE ARE YOUR PLACE FOR THE BEST FINANCING! * $99 DOWN THIS WEEK "*
WE BUY CARS WE PAY MORE THAN ANYBODY IN TOWNIII CALL TODAYII


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TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 2013


Spiller-Warren
football camp
is Friday

.The third annual C.J. Spiller-
Gerard Warren Football Camp,
presented by USA Football, is
scheduled for Friday, June 21, at
the Union County High School
football field.
Open to ages 7-16, the free
camp will take place from 8:30
a.m. until 2 p.m. Registration is
7-8:15 a.m.
Participants, who, will have
the opportunity to interact with
current and former NFL players
besides Spiller and Warren, will
receive T-shirts and lunch.
Those interested in
participating should wear shorts,
T-shirts and cleats or tennis
shoes.
Registration and informational
forms can be obtained at Union
County and Bradford high
schools, and Bradford Middle
School.

Bradford Pop
Warner is back
as 'Cowboys'

The Bradford County Pop
Warner football and cheer
organization was dissolved on
December 9, 2012, but due to
the concern of many volunteers,
it has been reorganized, revised
and refocused for the benefit of
children in the community.
As of Jan. 1, the 50-plus-
year organization reverted to its
former nickname of "Cowboys"
and "Cowgirls."
Sign-ups for players and
cheerleaders will be held at the
Edwards Road Sports Complex
every Saturday in June from
noon until 2 p.m.
Bradford Pop Wamrner
volunteers have a combined
100-plus years of experience
in coaching, teaching and
mentoring children.

18 earn
Gainesville
Sun softball,
baseball
honors
Bradford, Keystone Heights
and Union County high schools
had a combined 12 players earn
first- or second-team honors with
the release of the Gainesville
Sun's all-area softball teams,
while the three schools had six
players earn first- or second-
team baseball honors.
Bradford, which advanced to
the Final Four in softball, placed
three players on the Sun's first
team for big schools: pitcher
Ashton Adkins, third baseman
Taylor Cruce and designated
player Jaci Atkinson, who
was named to the team as an
outfielder.
Adkins set a school record in
wins, compiling a 26-2 record.
She had an ERAof 1.36, threw 15
shutouts and had 204 strikeouts.
Cruce set a school record in
home runs with 13. She batted
.392, hit 10 doubles and drove in
42 runs.
Atkinson batted .414 and
scored 31 runs.
Keystone had two players earn
first-team, big-school honors:
catcher Ashley Maynard, who
was named to the team as a
utility player, and pitcher Kelsey
Waters, who was named to the
team as an outfielder.
Maynard, named the team's
MVP, batted .413, hitting eight
doubles and three home runs.
She had 17 RBI.
Waters batted .492, hitting
six doubles, six triples and four
home runs. She had 20 RBI.
Bradford catcher Annie Luke
and outfielder Lainie Rodgers
were second-team picks. Rodgers
batted .370, driving in 14 runs
and hitting seven doubles and
three home runs. Luke, named to
the team as a designated player,


batted .370 with five doubles,
one home run and 15 RBI.
Union outfielder Randa
Conner was a first-team, small-
school pick after batting .493.
She had nine doubles, one triple,
one home run and 19 RBI. She
scored 24 runs.
Mariah Bowen, Ashlyn
Harden, Holly Tucker and
Kaylan Tucker were second-
team selections for Union.
Bowen, an infielder, batted
.339 with six doubles, one home
run and 24 RBI. Harden, named


as a designated player, batted
.432 with four doubles, two
home runs and 17 RBI.
Pitcher Holly Tucker had a
7-2 record with an ERA of 2.33.
She had 48 strikeouts.
Kaylan Tucker received
honors as a pitcher and a utility
player. She was 4-1 as a pitcher
with an ERA of 3.03 and 58
strikeouts. She batted .426 with
five doubles, one home run and
17 RBI.
Earning honorable mention
were: Jordan Davis (BHS
shortstop), Mackenzie Gault
(BHS second baseman), Lyndsay
Johnson (KHHS outfielder),
Kayla Walker (KHHS shortstop),
Kayla Andrews (UCHS first
baseman), Jordyn Driggers
(UCHS catcher), Kendallyn
Johns (UCHS third baseman),


Harlee Rimes (UCHS shortstop)
and Tristyn Southerland (UCHS
outfielder).

Tigers have 3 1st-team
picks in baseball
Three players from Union
were first-team, small-school
selections by the Gainesville
Sun as part of its all-area
baseball teams.
Pitcher Dustin Hersey was a
first-team pick after posting a
5-4 record with an ERA of 2.14.
He had 62 strikeouts.
Fellow Tigers Kyle Shealy
(utility) and Chris Starling
(infield) were first-team
selections as well.
Shealy posted a 5-1 record as
a pitcher with an ERA of 2.65
and 35 strikeouts. Offensively,


830


he hit a team-high four runs and
had 17 runs scored and 29 RBI.
Starling batted .432 to lead
Union. He had seven doubles,
four triples and 27 runs scored.
Bradford infielder Jackson
Reddish earned first-team, big-
school honors after batting .429.
He had 11 RBI, scored 16 runs
and stole 12 bases.
Fellow Tornado B.J. McNeal
was a second-team outfielder
after batting .305. He had nine
RBI, scored 19 runs and stole 20
bases.
Keystone's Adam Bryan was
a second-team, big-school utility
pick. Bryan batted .301 and had
11 RBI. As a pitcher, he posted
a 6-3 record with 50 strikeouts
and an ERA of 2.71.
Earning honorable mention
were: Zach DeWitt (BHS,


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utility), David Hall (BHS
catcher), Morgan Bass (KHHS
pitcher), Tucker Bracewell
(KHHS outfielder), Robbie
Davis (KHHS shortstop), Hunter
Shannon (KHHS first baseman)
and Dylan Allen (UCHS first
baseman).

BHS,UCHS
students earn
athlete of the
year, scholar
recognition

Bradford High School had two
students earn recognition, while
Union County High School


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had one, with the release of the
Gainesville Sun's athlete of the
year and scholar athlete of the
year awards.
Mackenzie Gault, who
plays volleyball, basketball
and softball for the Tornadoes,
received honorable mention
as a big school athlete of the
year. Ashton Adkins, who plays
softball for Bradford, received
honorable mention as a scholar
athlete of the year. Adkins had a
GPA of 4.05.
Union's Kevin Thornton,
who played football and was a
weightlifter, earned honorable
mention as a scholar athlete with
a GPA of 4.0. The recent graduate
received an academic scholarship
from Stetson University.


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