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Deadline Monday 5 p.m. before publication 904-964-6305 904-964-8628 Union County Times Union County Times USPS 648-200 Lake Butler, Florida Thursday, May 24, 2018 106 th Year 5 th Issue 75 CENTS Valedictorian: aim for goodness BY DAN HILDEBRAN Managing Editor The valedictorian of Union County High Schools Class of 2018 urged her classmates to strive for goodness in their lives, adding that if they stay motivated and honest, everything else in life will fall into place. Erin Stidham started off her address by reciting some truisms she learned in her four years at the school: senioritis is real; no sandwich will ever rival a Skips sub; underclassmen can grow to be some of your best friends, and so can teachers; dont try and look cute for school, because Miss Debe (Stephenson) will always look better than you the best words are those that are spoken with kindness; life can change in an instant; the best version of you is the authentic version and youre never too old to hug your mom. Stidham added that while the technical knowledge gained in high school is important, true success will come to those who focus on their characters. I think that as long as youre focused on being an honest, motivated and overall good person, the rest will fall into place, she said. By the rest, stability, and other focal points of our lives. Stidham followed up on her statement that her classmates should strive to be good people by saying that the word good is overused. We use it to describe Mexican food and movies, however, goodness, being one of the fruits of the spirit, is something that our souls would starve without, she said. Goodness is virtue and holiness in action. This quality results in a life characterized by deeds motivated by righteousness, and a desire to be a blessing to others. With this quality, you are now driven by the desire individuals and impact their lives for the good, rather than to simply appear virtuous. As long as we seek to incorporate goodness into our lives, we are sure to succeed. The valedictorian said that for those who think goodness is beyond them, they should seek help from above. In Second Peter, chapter one, verse three, you read a promise: she told her classmates, His divine power has given us everything we need for a godly life through our knowledge of Him, who called us by His own glory and goodness. You, a creation of God, were created with goodness etched into your very existence, she added. Through Gods goodness and generosity, we are able to achieve outstanding things that we often naively view as unattainable. Whatever you decide to be, Stidham concluded, be a good one. Each of us has already received the strength and the power that we need. Class of 2018, what are you going to do with it? Valedictorian Erin Stidham leads the Class of 2018 in the Unity Circle, at the close of the commencement ceremony. Salutatorian: dont merely survive. Thrive. BY DAN HILDEBRAN Managing Editor Union County High Schools Class of 2018 Salutatorian told her classmates that simply surviving life is not enough and that they should endeavor to thrive. Tori Wilkins started her address by reminding the Class of 2018 of some of Americas overachievers: Steve Jobs, Martin Luther King Jr., Walt Disney and Truett Cathy. What do (they) all have in common? she asked. All four of these individuals went above and beyond the status quo. They recognized that they had a purpose far greater than just serving. They were thriving. Wilkins read Websters upon a Casting Crowns song by the same name: We know we were made for so much more than ordinary lives. Its time for us to do more than just survive. We were made to thrive. Wilkins said that in order to discover their purpose, adding that she and her classmates original purpose is revealed in the Bible. Scripture reminds us of our original design and purpose, she said. Genesis 1:27 says we were made in the image of God. What an incredible thought that the Creator of the universe would fashion us in a way that is a is enough to remind us that we are far more than ordinary. Wilkins added another Old Testament passage to build on her theme, Jeremiah 29:11: For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord. Plans to prosper you and not harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. This verse is not simply saying that the Lord is going to protect you, but also to bless you, Wilkins said. He has plans to prosper you and plans to give you hope. He has plans for Union County High School Class of 2018 Salutatorian Tori Wilkins addresses her classmates during the graduation ceremony. See WILKINS, 3A UCHS holds 2018 graduation May 18 BY TRACY LEE TATE Telegraph-Times-Monitor The hard work was over, the tests all graded and the caps and gowns donned proudly by the graduates. All that was left to complete a 12-year quest was them all graduate. The class of 2018 entered the Tiger Stadium, walking single a speed which bespoke of the solemnity of the event. They carefully entered the rows of seating laid out for them, trying not to smile or crack the joke they had just thought of, but their high spirits still leaked through they had all worked hard to be there and it was now their time. Once all were seated, the graduates were welcomed by Brooke Arin Waters, senior class president, whose talk focused on the achievements of all of the UCHS students over the past year, both in the academic and athletic arenas. She said that Union County High School was an astounding place to go to school and achieve so much. The 2018 class will be known for its many achievements. Water went on to tell her classmates that she hoped they all achieved their dreams and congratulated them on their graduation. senior class secretary, offered the invocation, followed by Erin Bertie Stidham, senior class vice president and class valedictorian, leading the pledge of allegiance. Union County High School Principal Mike Ripplinger took the podium for the recognition of the honor graduates and other graduates with notable achievements. Outstanding honors students, those who achieved a 4.0 grade point average or higher and who earned the purple honor cord included: Erin Bertie Stidham, Tori Loraine Wilkins, Brooke Arin Waters, Madison Noelle Adams, Madelyn Emily Kish, Andrew-Paul Alvin Alexander Oden, Lauren Killian Rhodes, Macey Faith Hardee and Madison Nicole Rimes. High honors students, those who achieved a 3.75 3.99 grade point average and who earned the gold honor cord included: Elizabeth Mary Avila, Lauren Ashley Britt, Austin Sawyer Wilson, Bobbie Grace Barber, Adrienne Kay Boatright, Landon Parker Roberts, Sara Louise Waters, Kaylee Cheyenne Molchan, Angelika Estela Rodriguez, Amanda Marie Blanton, Ashley Diane Harris, Haven Nathaniel Johns and Tyree Khalil McDonald. Honors students, those who achieved a 3.5 3.749 grade point average and who earned the white honor cord included: Whitely, Carley Paige Libby, Ciera LeeAnn Long, Jordyn Elizabeth Knight, Alexandria Nicole Perez, Kayla Brooke Kirby and Chase Andrew Crawford. Ripplinger also recognized three students who were not only graduating from UCHS, but who had also either completed their dual enrollment coursework and earned an AA degree or completed Bertie Stidham and Tori Loraine Wilkins both had completed their AA degrees from Florida Gateway College and Gavin Reed Kite had completed both the Welding Technology Program and the Advanced Welding Technology Program from the North Florida Technical College. There is one more group of special graduates I would like to bring recognition to this evening, Ripplinger said. These men and women have made the choice to support and defend the Constitution of the United States against enemies, foreign and domestic. They are willing to serve and defend so that we may enjoy the very freedoms we many times take for granted. Ripplinger called out the names of the graduating seniors who had already committed to service in the United States military, and the branch of service they had selected. They were: Taylor Aaron Davis United States Marine Corp. Brian Michael Scott United States Marine Corp. Sara Louise Waters United Union commissioners send mining changes back to state BY DAN HILDEBRAN Managing Editor Union County Commissioners approved changes to their proposed amendment to the countys comprehensive land use plan during the commissions May 21 meeting. The changes were in response to technical comments from state agencies about the commissions original Comprehensive Plan state in February. CPA-17-02 established new rules for mining within Union County. It prohibited mining in wetlands, residential and in other environmentally-sensitive areas. It also required new standards for mining permits, regulations, reclamation, reuse, buffer zones and water-quality monitoring. After receiving the proposed amendment, Floridas Department of Economic Opportunity, Department of Environmental Protection and Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission responded with technical comments. County Attorney Russ Wade said most of the issues raised by the state agencies were minor, technical problems. For example, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection said Union Countys proposed amendment requires that the county land development regulations include standards for reclamation and reuse. The state agency recommended the countys policy refer to Florida Statutes Chapter 378: Land Reclamation. FDEP also had a problem with the amendments mitigation policy, which referred to a section of the Florida Administrative Code that had been repealed. The agency recommended the county refer instead to different sections of the administrative code. Citizens ask for delay Several members of the public, including Mark Lyons of Citizens Against Phosphate Mining, asked commissioners to delay their response to the state. They complained that they did not have access to the changes in time and wanted to review the countys response to the agencies before the county sent its changes to Tallahassee. One of our experts went through the comp. changes, Lyons told commissioners. She did not cover all of them because we simply didnt have time. She worked two-and-a-half days, around the clock just to come up with this little bit that we came up with. The attorney is still working as of today to go through the document and come up with something for us. Lyons added that it is important to get the comprehensive plan right, because the plan sets the framework for the more detailed land development regulations, which county commissioners have yet to approve. Your LDRs are dependent countys comp. plan, he said. So, this means its impossible to revise the LDRs until all of the proposed amendments to the countys comp. plan have been Additionally, were concerned that the proposed amendment revisions to the county comp. plan will attempt to or will diminish or remove the countys ability to determine land use in the county that are not supported by facts or science, he added. Wade, along with Sandra Joseph, senior planner with the Northeast Florida Regional Planning Council, brushed off those concerns. They said commissioners were only sending four proposed changes back to the state and the countys staff distilled those changes down to a four-page memo. Buffer zones Wade said the most substantive change was based on a recommendation by the Department of Economic Opportunity that requested clearer and more meaningful guidelines, in addition to predictable standards for establishing buffer zones between extraction activities and bodies of water or residential areas. He added that in response, the county added language to the amendment that said buffer zones around bodies of water and wetlands will be based on the size of the river, stream or wetlands, the proximity of federalor state-protected species, and the proximity to New River, Santa Fe River or Olustee Creek. Buffer zones around residential areas will be determined in accordance with future land use density. In addition to the comment about buffer zones from the Department of Economic Opportunity and the two comments about referencing the Florida Administrative See MINING, 2A See GRADS, 4A 35 years and counting School board gives service awards, thanks retirees Page 2 Superintendent Carlton Faulk, LBES Principal Marcie Tucker, LBMS Principal Carolyn Parrish and UCHS Principal Mike Ripplinger honor 35-year employee Barry Sams. (R-l) Maurice Strong, Joseph Szymanski, John Tallman and Blake Tetstone walk toward the stage to receive their diplomas during Union County High Schools graduation ceremony, May 18. Tigers beat P.K. Yonge, tie Keystone Heights in Spring Jamboree. See Regional news Union quarterback Anthony Hendrieth looks for a receiver.

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2A Union County Times Thursday, May 24, 2018 uctimeseditor@gmail.com 904-964-6305 fax 904-964-8628 USPS 648-200 Published each Thursday and entered as Periodical Postage Paid at Lake Butler, Florida under Act of March 3, 1879.POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: UNION COUNTY TIMES131 W. Call Street Starke, FL 32091 Subscription Rate in Trade Area $39.00 per year: $20.00 six months Outside Trade Area: $39.00 per year: $20.00 six months Daniel Hildebran, General Manager Interim Editor: Dan Hildebran Sports Editor: Cliff Smelley Advertising: John R. Tillman Typesetting: Eileen Gilmore Advertising & Newspaper Prod: Beth Tillman Bookkeeping & Classified Adverts: Heather Wheeler Bookkeeping Asst: Linda LacombeFront office Asst: Jenny Starnes Publisher: John M. Miller UCHS Class of 1963 to Meet The Union Count High School Class of 1963 will meet for lunch on Thursday, June 14 at noon at the Steakhouse in Starke. There will be a discussion concerning plans for a 55 th class reunion. Friends welcome. Please contact Sharon Berry, email phillipberry@att.net or by phone at 904-272-8891 or 904-553-5123. Farmers Market Coupons Available for Seniors Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc. has received coupons for the Florida Elder Farmers Market Nutrition Program. Residents sixty years of age and older who qualify for 185% of the poverty income guidelines based on household size are eligible to receive the coupons. Coupons can be used to purchase fresh vegetables and fruits at the area. Coupons are distributed basis until all coupons are distributed. Interested residents should come by the or call Lala Redmond at the more information. More Fun at the Library The Union County Public Library is geared up for summer fun and offering something for everyone in the family. Adult programs are open to adults age 18 and up and are presented on the second Tuesday of each month. On June 12 Dip Art and on July 10 Canvas Art. The summer adult programs will conclude with Frame Art on August 14. Summer programs, for teens and tweens 11 years old and up, are ready to begin with Teen Art programs beginning June 19 with Canvas Art and continuing on July 17 with Wood Art. There will be free snacks and prize drawings at both these events. Thursdays at 10 a.m. the summer Libraries Rock program will be offered, beginning on June 7 with Lets Rock featuring live Rock and Roll Music. For more information about these programs or other offerings at the library please call 386-496-3432 or visit the librarys website at www. unioncountypubliclibrary.org. VFW Post 10082 Offers Special Bingo Jackpot The VFW Post 10082, located off S.R. 231 in Lake Butler, invites anyone who is 18 or older to come out and play Bingo on Thursdays at 7 p.m. at the post. For info please call Barbara Fischer at 904-263-0647. Everyone is encouraged to come on out and play. Code and Florida Statues from FDEP, the only other comment was from the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. That agency said Union Countys proposed amendment refers to an FWC designation that the state no longer uses: Critical Wildlife Conservation Area. FWC recommended instead that Union Countys Comprehensive Plan refer to the Florida Natural Areas Inventory Biodiversity Matrix. Other business In other business during its May 21 meeting, commissioners: Approved changes to its land development regulations adding solar farms as a special exception within the industrial zoning district; prevention regulations to comply Approved a raise for 911 dispatchers; Approved a special permit for a telecommunications tower on Southwest 150 th Loop, Near S.R. 121 and Approved an Aug. 30 ballot measure, asking voters to continue a half-mill levy to fund the Union County Special Library District. MINING Continued from 1A Union County 2017-18 Adult School Graduates. Pictured are: Justin Dukes, Clarissa Elixson, Shelbe Hernandez, Kristie Hilderbran, April Jenkins, Sarah Johns, Summer Lewis, Autumn Malm, Brianna Martinez, Tiffany Martinez Lee, Cade Mesnard, Erica Murphy, Joseph Sando, Kirsten Schepp, Nautia Spearman and Robert Stoutamire. Not pictured: Robert OSteen, Michael Palmer, Kaily Phillips, Thomas Stalnaker and Justin Vignola. Adult graduates reap reward for hard work There was a second high school graduation ceremony in Union County this spring, just a few days after the big event at the football stadium for all the UCHS graduates. In the second ceremony, the excitement ran just as high and the graduates were dressed in their caps and gowns, sharing small, nervous smiles as they marched into the UCHS auditorium to the sound of Pomp and Circumstance and took their seats. The graduates of the Union County Adult School were welcomed to their graduation ceremony by Union County Director of Adult Education Barry Sams, who complemented the graduates on their hard work and their dedication to their chosen course, shown by their completion of their program. Great things are coming for you all, Sams told the graduates. After the invocation, given by Mark Harrison, Sams took to the podium again and introduced the district dignitaries in attendance for the program. Present for the ceremony were Union County Superintendent of Schools Carlton Faulk, Union County School Board member Becky Raulerson and many members of the Adult School faculty and staff, including Harrison, Lee Clark, Cindy Short, Eugene Dukes, Chris Mecusker, Ginger Thompson and Christina Troup. Joey Dicks took the podium as the guest speaker and told the graduates how proud he was of them. He related the origin of the work graduate, saying it came from the Latin word gradus. Dicks said the Latin word translated as meaning taking a step forward, towards something, and told the graduates that that was exactly what they were doing. Your accomplishment is amazing, Dicks said. You have achieved something tonight that will propel you forward in life. I hope you graduate, or move forward in all areas of your life, professional and personal. Union County Adult Education Lead Teacher Eugene Dukes took the microphone and called the names of the graduates. As they climbed the steps to the stage they were met by Faulk, who gave them their high school diploma and congratulated them, and then Sams, who also offered his congratulations. To conclude the event, Faulk offered the closing comments, for supporting their students in completing their diplomas. He told the new graduates that this was a beginning for them, that so many doors were now open to them. He told them they had accomplished something that was theirs, that no one could ever take away from them. Faulk then asked the new graduates how many had children and/or jobs, and several raised their hands. Those of you who have worked and taken care of children while working towards your diploma have done double-duty, much more than the average high school graduate. You are to be commended for your hard work and dedication and I want you all to know that I am very proud of you all and wish you the best of futures. Throughout the ceremony, parents, husbands, wives, children and sweethearts sitting in the audience were lavish in their calls of pride and support as the graduates moved through the ceremony. Attendance was high for the event and the pride and support were made obvious. UC School Board recognizes service and retirees Honorees recognized for 20 years of service to the Union County School District: Dirk Cunningham. Not pictured: Rita Baker, Margaret Clyatt, Kyler Cohen, Tana Godwin and Deivory Green. Recognized for 25 years of service were: Chrystal Woodall, Cristi Whitehead, Mary Ann Taylor, Cindy Short, Cathy Sams and Kelly Dukes. Not pictured: Sherry Fortune, Tammy Harrison, Melissa Lynch, Lisa Cunningham Powell and Barbara Ward. Pictured are: 30-year employees Margie Coburn and Mike Pittman. Not pictured: Linda Cross. Retiring district personnel Nancy Fischer and Deann Tucker. Not pictured: Edward Shadd, Darleen Ball, Nick Johnson and Daisy Reeves. Daisy Reeves made it to the ceremony to pick up her retirement plaque, but not in time to make the group picture.

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Thursday, May 24, 2018 Union County Times 3A 386-496-9656 620 East Main Street Lake Butler, FL 32054(Across from Subway Plaza) Daily Specials Fresh Home Cooked Meals Hwy 238 Providence 386-755-8667 ~ ~Proudly Supporting Our Local 4-H Proudly Supporting Our Local 4-H PRIME RIBFri & Sat NightsHappy Hour WingsCome watch the GATOR GAME! Enjoy 50 Wings & $199 Beer! $2 BEERSATURDAY NIGHT75$2 55 TV RESTAURANTA Taste of PROVIDENCE! Village Grill 4631 West SR. 238 Lake Butler FL 386-755-8667$2 BEER 12 miles west of Lake Butler Open Tues-Sun Days Open Thursday, Friday & Saturday's Nights FREE SOFT DRINKwith a purchace of a lunchExpires June 30,20184631 West S.R. 238 Lake Butler FL386-755-8667 Legals you to live out that outstanding life and plans for you to thrive. We were put on this earth for a purpose far greater, and I pray that this message leaves you empowered to do more than just meet the status quo. Beyond discovering a purpose, Wilkins said a certain mentality is required for thriving in life. She said that management consultant Steven Covey put it this way: We have two mentalities when it comes to life, the scarcity mentality and the abundance mentality. Those in the scarcity mentality see life as one big pie. If someone were to get a big piece of the pie, it would mean less for themselves and everyone else. On the other hand, those who live out of the abundance mentality have developed an inner sense of personal worth and security. They live by the mantra that there is plenty of pie for everyone and even some to spare. This mentality results in sharing of honor, awards and of decision making. It opens possibilities, options, alternatives and creativity. My hope is that you will adopt the abundance mentality, Wilkins said. Cheer on your greatest competitor; help people; (say) thank you and genuinely mean it; love people well; choose humility; be authentic. Wilkins left the class of 2018 with some advice originating closer to home. My Aunt Angela said it best: Our mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor and some style. Class of 2018: Thrive. WILKINS Continued from 1A UCT Legals 5/24/18 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION CASE NO. 18-19-CP IN RE: ESTATE OF THOMAS EDWARD MOORE, JR., deceased. The administration of the estate of THOMAS EDWARD, MOORE, JR., deceased, whose date of death was February 27, 2018; File Number 1819-CP, is pending in the Circuit Court for Union County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 55 West Main Street, Lake Butler, Florida 32054. The names and addresses of the personal representatives and the personal representatives attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate, on whom a copy of this notice is claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. notice is: May 17, 2018, Personal Representatives: THOMAS E. MOORE, III 1181 Salina Street SE Palm Bay, Florida 32907 WILLIAM RICHARD ROSIER 5340 Laguna Vista Drive Melbourne, Florida 32934 Attorney for Personal Representatives: MARLIN M. FEAGLE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, P.A. By: Marlin M. Feagle Florida Bar No, 0173248 153 NE Madison Street 5/17 2tchg 5/24-UCT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION DITECH FINANCIAL LLC F/K/A GREEN TREE SERVICING LLC, vs. ANAURY ANGELES A/K/A ANAURY 0. ANGELES A/K/A ANAURY ORFELINA ANGELES, et al. Defendant(s), NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure dared May 8, 2018, of the Circuit Court of the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in and for Union County, Florida, wherein DITECH FINANCIAL LLC F/K/A GREEN TREE SERVICING LLC is the A/K/A ANAURY 0. ANGELES A/K/A ANAURY ORFELINA ANGELES is the Defendant. Kellie Hendricks Connell as the Clerk of the Circuit Court will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at the Front Lobby, Union County Courthouse 55 W. Main Street, Lake Butler, FL 32054, following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit: LOT 1, PROVIDENCE VILLAGE SUBDIVISION, PHASE 1, BLOCK B, A SUBDIVISION ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 12 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA. Property Address: 8232 SW 44TH AVE LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054 Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of Dated this 9th day of May, 2018. Kellie Hendricks Connell As Clerk of the Court Crystal Norman As Deputy Clerk IMPORTANT AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in a proceeding, you are entitled to be provided with certain assistance at no cost to you. Please contact the ADA Coordinator, Alachua County Family and Civil Justice Center, 201 East University your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this scheduled appearance is less than 7 days. If you are hearing or voice impaired, call 1-800-955-8770 via Florida Relay Service, Robertson, Anschutz & Schneid, P.L., Boca Raton, FL 33487 5/17 2tchg 5/24-UCT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Election Time is Approaching Fast BY TRACY LEE TATE Telegraph-Times-Monitor With cutoff getting close Union County candidates must get petitions signed or pay the qualifying fee. All candidates must turn in their petitions by noon on Monday, May 21st, or pay the qualifying fee between noon on June 18 and noon on June 22. The fee for BOCC candidates is $1,717.68 and for School Board is $1058.76. Union County include seats 2 and 4 County Commission and seats 1, 3, and 5 School Board. In seat 2, incumbent Woody Kitler, has said he will not seek re-election. Channing Dobbs, Charles Alvarez declared their intention to run for the seat. Tommy Nettles, the incumbent in District 4, will run for re-election, facing Lacey Cannon and Wayne Smith. On the School Board, incumbents Allen Parrish (seat 1), Curtis Clyatt (seat 3) and Terra Johnson (seat 5) have all declared their intention to seek re-election and at this time have no opposition. The August 28 primary will general election on November 6 will produce the winners. The early voting period for the elections will be August 18-25 for the primary and October 27 November 3 for the general election. The voter registration deadline for the primary is July 30 and for the general election is October 9. The books will close after these dates and if residents are not registered by the closing of the books they will not be allowed to vote in the elections. All Union County residents who are not registered to vote, or who need to update their registration information, should do so as soon as possible at the In addition to election related activities, the is in the process of creating a veterans wall, to honor all of Union Countys veterans by placing their photograph and service information on it. Anyone with a veteran in their family, from any era of service, is encouraged to visit the information about their family member(s) to include in the project. For more information about the elections, the deadlines or registering to vote, residents Supervisor of Elections at 386-496-2236. City ballot set all thats left is campaigning BY TRACY LEE TATE Telegraph-Times-Monitor Qualifying is done and Lake Butler City Commission incumbents and hopefuls are now walking the campaign trail in their quest for the most votes in the June 26 city election. Three seats are up for grabs. The seats are numbered, but all of the commissioners run at large, meaning that they each represent all of the city and its residents, not Annette Redman is the incumbent in Seat Three and Selene Finance LP -vs,Amy J. Kosal; Unknown Spouse of Amy J. Kosal; Taylor, Bean and Whitaker Mortgag Corp.; Unknown Parties in Possession #1, If living, and all Unknown Parties claiming by, through, under and against the above named Defendant(s) who are not known to be dead or alive, whether said Unknown Parties may claim an interest as Spouse, Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, or Other Claimants; Unknown Parties in Possession #2, If living, and all Unknown Parties claiming by, through, under and against the above named Defendant(s) who are not known to be dead or alive, whether said Unknown Parties may claim an interest as Spouse, Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, or Other Claimants Defendant(s). NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to order rescheduling foreclosure sale or Final Judgment, entered in, the Circuit Court of the 8th Judicial Circuit in and for Union County, Florida, wherein Selene Finance defendant(s), I, Clerk of Court, Kellie Hendricks Connell, will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash AT THE FRONT STEPS OF THE UNION COUNTY COURTHOUSE, LOCATES AT 103 UNION COUNTY COURTHOUSE, LAKE BUTLER, UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA, AT 11:00 A.M. on June 28. 2018, the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment, to-wit: LOT 11 OF SANTA FE HILLS, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED FN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE(S) 28, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA. TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN MANUFACTURED HOME, ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS DAYS AFTER THE SALE. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the ADA Coordinator; 201 East University Avenue, Room 491-4490 at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this scheduled appearance is less than 7 days. If you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. This 21st day of May, 2018. Kellie Hendricks Connell CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Union County, Florida Crystal Norman DEPUTY CLERK OF COURT ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF: SHAPIRO, FISHMAN & CACHE, LLP 2424 North Federal Highway, Suite Boca Raton, Florida 33431 5/24 2tchg 5/31-UCT The Union County Board of County Commissioners will receive NE 1st Street, Lake Butler, Florida 32054, Until Thursday, June 14, 2018 at 8:30 a.m. The RFQs will be opened in the Board of County Commissioners Board Room located in the Union County Courthouse on Thursday, June 14, 2018 at 9:00 a.m. or as soon thereafter as they can be opened. RESPONDERS MUST SUBMIT ONE ORIGINAL AND FIVE COPIES; AND LABEL ON THE OUTSIDE OF THE ENVELOPE AS RFQPROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR UNION COUNTY. Further information may be obtained 5/24 2tchg 5/31-UCT faces no challengers. She was 2014. Seat Four is where the competition will be heated. Incumbent Debra Browning, who has held the seat since 2014, faces two challengers in past city commissioner Jimmy Beasley and political newcomer David Stegall. Mayor Fred Sirmones is the incumbent in Seat Five and faces elected to the commission in 2010 and has served as mayor from July 2011-July 2012 and July 2014 the present. Voting location and times will be announced in the Times as the information becomes available. Deputy Mike Bestoso looks on while (r-l) Jonathan Hedman, Shamar Highland, Kunya Hendrieth and John Superintendent Carlton Faulk congratulates Alyssa Mann on receiving her diploma.

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4A Union County Times Thursday, May 24, 2018 Superintendent Carlton Faulk congratulates Ashley Harris. Also pictured are (l-r) Assistant Principal Brian Boyer, Principal Mike Ripplinger and Joseph Dicks. Veterans to be honored at Memorial Day event BY TRACY LEE TATE Telegraph-Times-Monitor The 2018 Union County Memorial Day event will be held at the Veterans Monument, located at 325 West Main St. in Lake Butler at 8:15 a.m. on May 28. The event is coordinated by the American Legion Post 153. The guest speaker will be Major Mitchell Bishop. The national anthem will be sung by Sondra Hunt, with UCHS band volunteers playing Echo Taps. The UCHS JROTC volunteers County Historical Museum Curator Bill McGill will read the names of those Union County members of the U.S. military who have made the ultimate country. Quinton Bloodsworth and Leon Shadd will be placing the wreath honoring the countys fallen service heroes at the memorial. Everyone is encouraged to come out and attend this event to show their pride in members of the community, both those still present and those who cannot be here except in spirit. Below is the list of Union County veterans, who have served or are serving, alive or deceased, which has been compiled so far by the American Legion, VFW Post 10082, the Lake Butler Rotary Club, the Interact Club, the Union County Supervisor of Elections and the Union County Historical Museum. All concerned know this list is not yet complete. If you know of any Union County veteran which is not on this list, please contact Debbie Osborne or the Union County Times to let us know who needs to be added. Union County Veterans Roll of Honor A Alvarez, Donald L. Army Alvarez, Leaman Army Alvarez, Matthew Army Anderson-Davis, Noah Army Anderson, Wendy Navy Andrews, Albert Army Andrews, Alvin Army Andrews, Bobbie Air Force B Bailey, Chance Coast Guard Bailey, Robert Army Bailey, Sam Army Banks, Michael Marines Barber, Theodore Army VN Beall, Steven Army Bishop, Larry Black, MSG Gene Air National Guard Bloodsworth, Quinton Bloodsworth, Stanley Brackett, Ricky Marines Bradley, Kiara Army Brently, Henry T. Bridwell, John W. Navy Bridwell, John W. Jr. Navy Bridwell, Kimberlee Navy Broughton, Buddy National Guard Brown, Jimmy Air Force Brown, Robert Air Force Bryant, Brad Air Force Bryant, Bruce Air Force Bryant, Nichole Air Force Busby, Willie Burton, Dan Navy C Capella, Ron Air Force Carter, John William Army Carter, A.B. Army Cason, Rob Army Cason, Robert Army Cason, Jack Army Cason, Jessee M. Navy Cason, Jim Purvis -Marines & Army Cason, Scott Navy Clark, Dalton Marines Clemmons, Cecil Army Chapman, Mark Army Chestnut, Ernest Army Chiominto, J.P. Navy Clyatt, James Charles Navy Clyatt, Jimmie A. Army Clyatt, Kenneth Navy Coody, Colan L. Air Force Coody, Gretchen Air Force Coody, James JD Army Conn, Lewis Cornwall, Michael National Guard Copeland, Wm. O. Navy WWII Courson, Bob W. Army Cox, Glenn Air Force WWII, K, VN Crawford, Horace G. Army VN Crawford, Kenneth Army Crews, Clyde Harold Army Crews, Jessee Raymond Army Crews, John Army Crews, Leslie Marines Crews, Leslie Jr. Marines Crews, William Army Croft, Bruce A. Croft, Delbert H. Jr. Army Croft, Reginal D. Marines Culverson, Roger Air Force Curtis, Mitchell Army D Davis, Jefferson Air Force Deloach, Doug Air Force Deloach, Jason Army Dewees, Charles Marines Dewling, Tom Air Force Dix, Kent Army VN Dobbs, Morris Army Douberly, Arvin Army WWII Douglas, Ralph Driggers, Clayborn Jr. Coast Guard WWII Driggers, Bob Army Dukes, Darrell Dukes, Daniel Dukes, Donald Army VN Dukes, J.R. Air Force E Elixson, Alfred Navy Elixson, Brad Army VN Elixson, Flen Army WWII Elixson, Mason Army WWII Elixson, Roy Army WWII Elixson, Steve WWII F Feltner, Larry D. Army Fischer, Chris Air Force VN Fischer, Barbara Fletcher, Jack Air Force Floyd, Charles Air Force VN Floyd, William FreddieArmy Ford, Clarence Forsyth, T.J. Army Fortner, Sidney Army WWII Fortner, Thomas S. Army VN Fortune, Zane Navy Freeman, Lawrence Army French, Adam Army G Gainey, Cody Army Gainey, Justin Air Force Gibson, Bobby Marines Gibson, Henry Army Godwin, Doyal Army K & VN Godwin, Steve Army VN Gordon, Gene S. Army Gordon, Michael S. Air Force Gordon, Russell Marines Green, G. Wayne Sr. Army Green, Harold Air Force Guynn, Buddy Navy H Hamlin, Larry Hancock, Christopher Scott Air National Guard/Air Force Hansens, William W. Marines Hatcher, C.F. Army Hedrick, Barry WWII Hendricks, Bryan WWII Hendricks, David Army Hendricks, Donald Army Hendricks, Drew Navy Hendricks, Harold Army Hendricks, Herman Air Force Hendricks, Joe Army Hendricks, John Army Hendricks, James Navy Hendricks, Vernon Army Hill, Charles L. Jr. Hill, Mark D. Army Holmes, Joseph WilliamsArmy Honour, Ralph Army Howell, Chance Air Force Hunter, Freeman D. Army J Jackson, Donald E. Army/ Merchant Marines Jackson, Ronald BuddyNavy Jackson, William Bill Boy Army Jenkins, Tom Army Jenkins, Sam Army Johnson, Angela Navy Johnson, Howard Air Force Johnson, Marvin Coast Guard K Kelley, Don Kelley, J.B. Kepa, Sarduy Key, Sam Army VN King, Jacob Air Force Kitler, Dawon Coast Guard Kitler, Dalton Coast Guard Kitler, Monroe Army Kitler, Jr., Woodrow Army States Navy. Gerald Matthew Whitehead, III United States Army Johnathon Dakota Williams United States Army Caleb Scott Wooddell United States Army. We thank you for the path you have chosen and your willingness to serve this great nation, Ripplinger said in conclusion. May God be with you and protect you. Tori Loraine Wilkins then offered her class salutatorian address, telling her fellow graduates to seek to thrive. She said all should work to have an abundance mentality, rather than a scarcity mentality, to be authentic and choose to be present in their lives. Life is not about what we have gained, but what we did, Wilkins told her classmates. Erin Bertie Stidham, class valedictorian, addressed the graduates next, reminiscing about her time at UCHS. She said she will always remember and cherish her memories of UCHS, where she said she received opportunities that I could not have gotten anywhere else. She said that UCHS was a place for her to grow up alongside her best friends. Stidham encouraged her classmates to focus on being a good person. The rest will fall into place. And told them Whatever you decide to be, be a good one. Bobbie Grace Barber, senior class treasurer, led the graduates and the crowd in the grandstands in the singing of Alma Mater, while the UCHS band played the song. Then it was time the moment all of them had come for and waited patiently for it to arrive. Joseph Dicks began calling the names of the 138 graduates from the 2018 senior class. As each climbed up to the stage, he greeted them, then passed them along to Union County Superintendent of Schools Carlton Faulk, who presented them with their diploma. When all the graduates had had their moment, and all of the pictures had been snapped, the graduates solemnly gathered and walked the traditional unity circle, stopping at the beginning of the circle to toss their brightly decorated caps in the air, then walking together for the last time as a class to the applause and shouts of the crowd. Graduation 2018 was over and all of its members were ready for their next step, whatever it might be. The names were in the record books, along with such information as the yellow rose song being Five More Minutes, by Scotty McCreery and the class motto being, Never Gave Up. The clock has been reset, and the UCHS class of 2019 waits in the wings for their moment to shine next year. GRADS Continued from 1A L Lahaman, Sonja Air Force Lane, Alvin Air Force VN Lewis, Paul L. Army VN M Mabrey, Buddy Marine VN Mabrey, Raymond Army Malcolm, Dan Army Mann, Carol Army Mann, Louis Army VN Mark, James Navy Mayle, James McCastle,Charlie-Army Grenada/ DS McDermott, Don Coast Guard McGill, William Army Mecusker, Megan E. Army Mecusker, Patricia J. Navy Melvin, Billy Air Force Mesnard, Curtis Air Force & Army National Guard Miller, David Army Miller, Douglas Marines Miller, Dylan Air Force Mitchell, Curtis Army Mooneyham, Wallace L. Navy Murray, Rev. Randolph Sr. Army N Nazworth, Daniel Army Nettles, Tommy Newsom, Ashley Army Newsom, David Army Newsom, Gladwell Navy Newsom, Shawn Army Norman, Carlos Army Norman, Donald Army O Oden, Eddie Army Olitz, Ralph Coast Guard Osborne, Dana Army Osborne, Larry Army OSteen, Jimmy Army OSteen, Johnny Navy OSteen, Kenneth R. Army OSteen, Stanley Navy P Paige, Joe Army Palmer, Tim Coast Guard Paossel, Dorothy Varnes Navy Parrish, Bret Army Parrish, Joseph Wilbur Army Parrish, Kenneth Air Force Pittman, Harold Army Poole, Jerry Powell, Wayne Marines Putnal, Donald Steve Sr. Army R Redman, Annette Army Reddish, James R. Richardson, Minnon Army WWII Richardson, Perry Army WWII Riherd, Paul M. Navy WWII Riherd, Robert WWII Riherd, Thomas M. III Navy Roberts, Curtis Navy Roberts, Gary H. Army Roberts, Rodney Tools Army Roberts, Wayne Navy Robertson, Chesley Navy Rucker, Seabie P. Navy S Sams, Donald E. Navy Sapp, Jack Air Force VN Sapp, Matthew J. Jr. Army WWII Sarduy, Kepa Navy Schenck, Jack Army Seay, George Army Shadd, Leon Shadd, John Lowell Army Shaw, Albert Donald Navy Shaw, Eugene Army Shaw, Royce Albert Army Shatto, Tim Smith, Earl Navy Smith, Irvine Smith, Rob Smith, Robert Southerland, John Earl Army Spires, F.L. Sr. Navy Spires, Norman Air Force VN Stanley, Earl Stafford, Albert K. Air Force Stafford, Albert L. Army Stafford, John Howard Air Force Starling, Zachary Air Force Stephenson, Norman Marines Stroud, Billy Army Suggs, Jerome H. Sr. Sweat, Brently Coast Guard Sweat, Tony Air Force Swofford, George Marines T Thomas, Charles Navy Thomas, Danny Air Force K Thomas, Russell Army WWII Thomas, Scott Army Thomas, Tommy Army Thornton, Dewey Air Force Thornton, Dylan Coast Guard Touchstone, Richard V. Army Tyre, Hubert Army VN V Van Buren, Vicky Varnes, Neal Navy W Waddell, Barbara Marines Waddell, Cliff Marines Wade, Russell Jr. Army Walker, John Army Wall, John E. IV Navy Ward, Nolan Warren, Charles Army Webb, Kato Army White, William Whitehead, Alfred Army Whitehead, Doug Air Force Whitehead, Glen Army Whitehead, Jack Army Whitehead, John Sr. Navy Whitehead, John Henry Air Force Whitehead, Terry Army Whitehead, William J. Sr. (Bill) Air Force Whitehead, William J. Jr. (Joe) Air Force Williams, Carter Army Williams, David G. Navy Williams, Greg National Guard Williams, Henry James Williams, Robert W. Navy WWII Williams, Shawn Marines Williams, Wyatt Navy Williams, Waylan Army Wimpey, Bianca National Guard Wilson, Clint Marines Wilson, James R. Sr. Army WWII Winningham, Robert John Marines Woodall, Ronnie Word, Danny Word, Scott Army National Guard Word, Tyler Army Wynn, John Jr. Army Wynn, John Sr. Army/Air Force Z Zapp, Daniel James Navy

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Regional News Regional News B Section Thursday, May 24, 2018 News from Bradford County, Union County and the Lake Region FEATURES CRIME SOCIALS OBITUARIES EDITORIAL BY CLIFF SMELLEY Telegraph Staff Writer How does one retire without ever having worked? Steve Acree can tell you. Yes, for the past 40 years Acree had a job, most of it teaching PE at Hampton Elementary School. Take that word job and replace the b with a y, and youll understand Acrees sentiment. He enjoyed what he was doing. I just got lucky, he said. I just found something I loved to do. I never had to work a day in my life because I loved doing what I was doing. Acree, who is married to the former Sandy Friese a Bradford County native wished to express his thanks to so many people in Bradford. He said hes met a lot of great people, many of whom were less than 10 years old. Acree enjoys interacting with children and lending them an ear. The secret I found out with little kids is if you listen to them, and they know youre listening to them, theyll want to talk to you, Acree said. They have so much to say. He began his career in Bradford teaching math at Bradford Middle School in 1978. Elementary School the following year. It was in the mid-1980s when Acree began working in what he said was the best job anybody could have coaching PE at Hampton Elementary School. I was real fortunate to work there, Acree said. I met a lot of great people. Acree, whos taught the last 13 years at both Hampton and Brooker elementary schools, was basically doing his part to make school the positive experience he found it to be when he was a child. Loving school, Teaching at Hampton brought back memories for Acree. He found the school similar to the elementary school he went to in Archer. It was small, and he knew all the students and their parents. Some parents have gone through the experience of having to drag their kids out of bed to get them ready for school, but Acree makes it sound like he wasnt one of those children. I just loved the whole concept of school, he said. It was a social thing, but it was also a challenge to me to do good work. I always liked schoolwork. Archer children went to junior and senior high school in Newberry. It was there Acree met his mentor in PE Coach every morning to do push-ups and pull-ups in the wet grass. soccer, wrestling, badminton and ping-pong. He taught us everything, Acree said. That guy was probably the best teacher I ever had. Approximately 10 years ago, Acree wondered what happened up teaching at Middle Tennessee State University. Acree contacted he was the reason he became a PE coach. I do the same things he did, Acree said. Though teaching PE was his goal, Acree did not start out in teaching job, though, brought him to the county where he spent the duration of his career. Acree was tutoring math as an intern at North Marion Middle School when he received a call from a friend of his at Bradford Middle School. The school had an opening for a math teacher. Acree applied for the position and was hired by Principal Jesse Moore. He took a lot of math courses in college and enjoyed doing math, but Acree got what he really wanted the following year when he successfully applied to Ive always loved teaching PE. Thats my thing, Acree said. The UF graduate laughed at interview for the position. I walked into his room, and theres all this Georgia Bulldog stuff on the wall, Acree said. I was like, Oh, I dont know if this is going to work. It did work and worked especially well in that he got to work alongside another PE teacher in Robert Eddins. When theres two people, its a whole lot better than one, Acree said. Even though he enjoyed what to work as a substitute in Alachua County (he lived in Gainesville). I kind of lost my mind and quit working for four months, he said. He eventually returned to Then, in 1985, came the job at the school that was so special to him. Acree said Connie Clark, who was the principal at Hampton Elementary, called him during the summer of 1985, saying he wanted him to come teach PE at Hampton Elementary. Steve Acree says he got lucky to be able to do what he loves 1990s.

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2B Telegraph, Times and Monitor B Section Thursday, May 24, 2018 T h e h i r i n g o f a l a w y e r i s a n i m p o r t a n t d e c i s i o n t h a t s h o u l d n o t b e b a s e d s o l e l y u p o n a d v e r t i s e m e n t s B e f o r e y o u d e c i d e a s k u s t o s e n d y o u i n f o r m a t i o n a b o u t o u r q u a l i f i c a t i o n s a n d e x p e r i e n c e 964-4810 Western WearPur pleHwy. 301 S. Starke GATOR IIFARM SUPPLY Congratulations to the class of 2018 We wish you all a bright & Happy Future. Mens Shirts 20 % t0 30 % off Belts, Buckles, and Wallets 25 % off Hats 20 % off Mens and Ladies Boots 15 % Large selection to choose from) Ladies Blouses 10 % to 40 % off Jeans 20 % to 25 % off The rest, as they say, is history. I went up there and got my dream job, Acree said. He said the great thing about the Hampton job was that he wasnt an all-day PE teacher. as teaching math or reading, or working in the computer lab. After 10 a.m., he would start his PE duties. Its been a great job, Acree said. I didnt have to stay outside all day long for PE every day. Acree said when he went to the school, people from the city of Hampton were in the Telegraph quite a bit for a variety of arrests. He described Hampton as an outlaw town back then. I was actually teaching kids whose parents were in prison for drug deals and stuff like that, Acree said. These kids were great. They all wanted to play and have a good time. Acrees tenure at Hampton outlasted those outlaw days. Hes had the opportunity to coach children and grandchildren of former students. Youll see kids, and theyre just like their parents in some way, Acree said. Its just fun. Ive just had so much fun out at Hampton all these years. Acrees had the pleasure of teaching all four of his children at Hampton, with his youngest brother Kevin at Bradford Middle School next year. Acree has two grown children as well: Stephanie, whos a lawyer in Washington, D.C., and Spencer, who delivers food and works as a stand-up comic in Gainesville. That was really cool, teaching my own kids, Acree said. It was 13 years ago that Superintendent of Schools Harry Hatcher told Acree hed be taking on the role of PE teacher at Brooker Elementary school, too. Acree was told it wouldnt be permanent, but hes still working at both. I knew the handwriting was on the wall, Acree said. They were going to save that money and let me do two schools. The situation wasnt ideal, but hes enjoyed being around each schools students. Its turned out pretty well, Acree said. The kids at Brooker are sort of like the kids at Hampton. Through the years, Acree has wanted to accomplish one thing with his students helping theyre good at and can take pride in. Children had lots of thing in Acrees classes. What I found out with kids is if you just give them as many different kinds of activities as one thing that kid can be good at, Acree said. Then you can build on it. Some of them are just scared to do stuff. If you can theyll just start to grow. Theyll blossom. Acree remembered one student who wasnt very good at jumping rope. Yet she practiced and practiced, getting to the point where she won the jump rope event in her age group at day. She then followed that up by winning the event at the county Its always a thrill when a child calls out to Acree to watch him or her do something successfully. I get to be there for their moment, he said. I get to be the parent of all of these children moment. Hes enjoyed meeting the children he taught when theyre adults, seeing and hearing about the successes theyve had in life. The memory of one such meeting is especially emotional for Acree. A student, as part of a class assignment, wrote about how he was her favorite teacher. Acree still has the paper she wrote, which concludes with the following: He is the best teacher. He is never ever never ever mean. One day after that, the student told Acree she was being abused by her stepfather. He called the Department of Children and Families to report the incident. He never saw the student again until about 12 years later. He was at Shands Hospital when a nurse approached him and told him, You saved my life. It was that same student. She grew up to have a life she can be proud of a life she didnt expect to have thanks to someone who cared. Thats what students want, Acree said. People say kids have changed. They havent changed. They still want to be loved, Acree said, adding, They still want someone who cares and gives them leadership. Not seeing the faces of the children every day will be quite a change. Hell miss the smiles and those a-ha moments. Thats going to be the hardest part, Acree said in regard to retirement. Can I do without that? away from a job that never felt like a job. for Clay County event BY CLIFF SMELLEY Telegraph Staff Writer Park High School junior who used to live in Starke, was chosen as the senior division winner of the poster contest for Clay Countys annual Concert on the Green, which will take place this Sunday, May 27, at 4 p.m. at St. Johns Country Day School in Orange Park. Hilliards design, entitled Clarinet Celebration, will be poster and will be printed on the front cover of the programs. Her poster was also displayed at the Clay County Fair and is currently on display at the Thrasher-Horne Center for the Arts until Friday, May 25. Firstthrough third-place awards were presented in senior, junior and elementary divisions, with two students receiving honorable mention in each division as well. Joann Mason, a sixth-grade student at Keystone Heights McRae Elementary, placed second in the elementary division with a design entitled Echoing Sounds. All student winners will be recognized and presented with prizes at Concert on the Green. Hilliard, who moved to Orange Park from Starke two years ago with her grandmother, Cathy Wood, received a $500 scholarship for being her divisions winner. Her poster design, which features a line of music from Tchaikovskys The Year of 1812, which is better known as The 1812 Overture. The overture is played every year at Concert on the Green. Concert on the Greens principal purpose is to provide music and visual art scholarship opportunities to Clay County students through the organization of the annual event. The Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra will perform at this years event, along with various local bands. Concert on the Green also features childrens activities, food trucks and a For more information on Concert on the Green, please visit concertonthegreen.com. LeAnn Hilliard, who used to live in Starke and attend Bradford County Schools, was chosen as the senior division poster winner for Clay Countys annual Concert on the Green. Her design is featured on the BY CLIFF SMELLEY Telegraph Staff Writer Malcom Odom earned a Butler Middle School track athletes in all competing at the May 12 Florida Youth Running Association State Championship in Bradenton. occurred in the 200m, which he ran in a time of 22.96.

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4B Telegraph, Times and Monitor B Section Thursday, May 24, 2018 Letters Obituaries Archer Funeral Home Within Your Means Now, Peace of Mind Always 20 Ga. Metal Casket(4 colors)Vault, Graveside or Chapel Service with one hour prior visitation$5,59520 Ga. Metal Casket(4 colors)Vault, Graveside or Chapel Service with one hour prior visitation$5,595 FUNERAL SERVICE WITHMemorial ServiceServices held at Archer Memorial Chapel$1,895WITHMemorial ServiceServices held at Archer Memorial Chapel$1,895CREMATION 386.496.2008pre-payment arrangements available55 NORTH LAKE AVENUE LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054 Serving Families in North Florida since 1973 STARKE OFFICE OPEN 8:30 to 5:00 MON-FRIHwy 301 North, Starke 904-964-2010 (Next to Best Western) The areas largest supplier of Colored GraniteWhen Quality Counts, You Can Count On UsPrimary Location in Lake City at 561 NW Hilton Ave.Member of Better Business Bureau Monument Builders of North America Florida Monument BuildersFL Lic. # F037700 FREE REMOVALREMOVALFREE of (used for research) Eddie Akridge STARKE Eddie Lee Akridge, 75, of Starke died at his home Monday, May 21, 2018. He was born Feb. 9, 1943 in Douglas, Georgia to the late Broward and Mary (Giddens) Akridge. He was a lifelong resident of Starke; he was baptized at Hope Baptist Church and he attended Bradford County High School. Prior to retirement, he worked as a meter technician. Along with his parents, he was preceded in death by: two children, Monica Ann Akridge and Darren Lee Akridge. Survivors are: his wife of 56 years, Gwendolyn (Wynn) Akridge, and son, Shawn Eddie (Edna) Akridge, both of Starke; seven siblings, Edgar George Akridge of Keystone Heights, Eula Mae Crews of Jacksonville, Emmett Akridge, Alma Packham, Elaine Crawford, and Allen Akridge, all of Starke and Jean Readyhough of Live Oak; six grandchildren; two greatgrandchildren; and many other family members. A reception was held May 22 at the home of Allen and Elaine Crawford, Starke. Graveside services were held May 23 with Mr. Allen Crawford Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home, Starke. Nestor Bertotto Hugo Skip Bertotto, 86, of Keystone Heights died at Haven Hospice E.T. York Care Center in Gainesville Thursday, May 17, 2018. He was born May 31, 1931 in Teaneck, New Jersey and served in the United States Navy during the Korean War. Prior to retirement, he had been employed as a bus driver. He was preceded in death by: mother, Olga (Puccini) Bertotto; Bertotto; and daughter, Kathy Mathias. He is survived by: children, Gail Bauman of Tallahassee, Shari Smith and James Bertotto of Keystone Heights and Trude Smyth of Secaucus, New Jersey; his girlfriend of 18 years, Yvonne Johnson of Gulfport; and numerous grandchildren and greatgrandchildren. The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Friday, May 25 beginning at 7:00 p.m. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m., Saturday, follow at the American Legion Post 202 in Keystone Heights. Arrangements are under the care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home, Keystone Heights. Mildred Crawford LAKE BUTLER Mildred Crawford, 89, of Lake Butler passed away on Friday, May 18, 2018 at Baya Point Nursing and Rehabilitation Facility. Mildred was born to the late Willie and Pearlie Croft on May 11, 1929 in Union County. Mildred was a co-owner of C & L Farm Center in Providence. Mildred also worked as the layaway manager at K-Mart. Mildred was a very hard worker, and she was always a friendly person. Mildred is preceded in death by: her beloved husband, L.J. Crawford; two brothers, Wilford Croft and Freeman Croft; one sister, NinaLee Johns; and one grandson, Alvin Vinny Andrews. She leaves her beloved family to cherish her memory. Mildred is survived by: two sons, George Parrish and Don (Patricia) Parrish; two daughters, Linda Andrews Scott and Charlotte (Ray) Townsend; two brothers, Travis Croft and Randolph Croft. She is survived by 14 grandchildren and several greatgrandchildren. A funeral service was held on May 21 at Archer Funeral Home. Arrangements are under the care of Archer Funeral Home, Lake Butler. For more information, please call (386)496-2008. Kirstie Ellington LAKE BUTLER Kirstie Shannon Ellington, died on Friday, May 18, 2018. She was born Jan. 25, 1974, in Lawton, Oklahoma. She spent most of her life in Texas, 28 years here in Florida. Shannon had many talents and interests. She had a special love for horses. She began riding at nine months of age. Shannon is preceded in death by: her grandparents, Reverend Cecil Bass and Mary Catherine Bass. Shannon leaves her beloved family to cherish her memory. Shannon is survived by: her husband, Garrett Ellington; four daughters, Bailee Peeples, Maddee Peeples, Cheyenne Peeples, and Tess Ellington; her mother, Glenda Kerr; father, Loyd Kerr; one sister, Bobbi (Shane) Powell; one brother, Alan (Rachel) Kerr; two nieces, Cora Jane Cooper and Realan Kerr; two nephews, Cameron Leidy Stacks, Lea Voyles, Betty Bass, Lottie Norman, all of Mississippi;. father and mother-in-law, Ricky and Mel Ellington; and one brother-inlaw, Garth Ellington. Shannon was loved by many, and she will be missed. A funeral service was held in Shannons honor on May 23, at Archer Funeral Home Memorial Chapel, with graveside to follow at Mt. Zion cemetery. Arrangements are under the care of Archer Funeral Home, Lake Butler. For more information, please call (386)496-2008. Sherry Herrin YULEE Sherry L. Herrin, 75, of Yulee passed away unexpectedly Wednesday, May 16, 2018. She was born Jan. 26, 1943 in Starke to the late Horace and Ola Mae (Andrews) Redding. She was a homemaker and member of Evergreen Baptist Church in Lawtey. Along with her parents, her brother, Richard Redding preceded her in death. She is survived by: her husband of 51 years, Mathew Herrin of Yulee; children, Cindy (Jimmy) Andrews of Anniston, Alabama and Jeff Herrin of Yulee; sisters, Sue (Ron) Kimbrell of Starke and Vivian Johns of Jacksonville; two granddaughters and two greatgrandchildren. Funeral services were held May 19 in the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Cemetery. Arrangements are by Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home, Starke. Etna King STARKE Etna Faye Chancey King, 76, of Starke, died Friday, May 11, 2018 at Shands Hospital. She was born in Patterson, Georgia on May 24, 1941, and was the daughter of the late Mauldin and Dorothy Chancey. She lived most of her life in Starke. She worked as a cosmetologist. She was a long-time member of Heilbronn Springs Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by: brother, Lyndell Chancey, and sister, Anita Chancey. Survivors include: her husband of 58 years, James Lowell King of Starke; son, Barry (Stephanie) King of Patterson, Georgia; son, Shannon (Debbie) King of Starke; sister, Charlotte Chancey Thrift of Patterson; brother-in-law, Jerome (Marie) King of Fayetteville, North Carolina; nine grandchildren; six greatgrandchildren; and many other family members. A home going celebration took place May 19 at Heilbronn Springs Baptist Church. Arrangements are under the care of Archer Funeral Home, Lake Butler. Mary Lee FLORAHOME Mary L. Lee, age 83, of Florahome, passed away Monday, May 21, 2018 at NFRMC in Gainesville. She was born July 24, 1934 in Lawtey to the late John Darby and Gladys (Carter) Gaskins. Prior to her retirement, she worked as a technician for Continental Telephone Company and was a faithful member of Heilbronn Springs Baptist Church. Her husband of 61 years, James Walter Lee and her sister, Melba Williams preceded her in death. Mrs. Lee is survived by: her children, Michael (Darlene Stacil) Lee of Starke; a daughter, Nancy (Ray) Norman of Lawtey; a sister Linda (Glenn) Norman of Keystone Heights. Also left behind are three grandchildren, Christopher Lee of Billings, Montana, Jason Lee of Winter Haven and Jared Lee of Montreal, Canada; as well as four great-grandchildren, Carson, Cadence, Olivia and Eric. Services were held May 23 at Heilbronn Springs Baptist Church with Baptist Church Building Fund, c/o Ray Norman, 5816 NW 230th St. Lawtey, FL 32058. Arrangements are by Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of Starke 904-964-6200 www.jonesgallagherfh.com. Judy NesSmith on Thursday, May 17, 2018 at the Haven-Suwannee Valley Hospice Care Center in Lake City after an extended illness. She was born on Jan. 24, 1944 to the late George and Jewell Johnson. She was a restaurant manager for many years and has lived in the Groveland, Lake Butler and White Springs areas most of her life. She is preceded in death by: her husband of 38 years, John Joe NesSmith; step-sons, Tony and Timmy NesSmith; brother, William Bill Johnson; sisters, Sadie Lewis and Melba Wilbanks. She is survived by: sons, Gordon (Karen) Jennings of Folkston, Georgia, Michael (Marie) Jennings of Worthington Springs; and stepson, David (Rolan) NesSmith of Denver, Colorado; daughters, Joei (Jeff) Ogburn of Lake City, Crystal Jennings (Newell) Cantrell of MacClenny; and step-daughter, Diane Waters of Lake City; brother, Lawrence Johnson of Groveland; sisters, Leona Davis of Gray, Georgia and Peggy Sykes of Louisiana; 25 grandchildren; and numerous great-grandchildren. Graveside services were conducted on May 21 in the Oak Grove Cemetery Arrangements are under the direction and care of Gateway-Forest Lawn Funeral Home, Lake City. Rusty Riles LAWTEY Rusty Riles of Lawtey passed away on Saturday, May 5, 2018. He was a member of Christs Church of Starke (Lester Austin). He used his knowledge of well drilling and pump repair to serve Bradford, Baker, Duval, Clay and other nearby community members. He had a well drilling license in Florida, Georgia, and Alabama (D. R. Riles Well Drilling, LLC). Rustys passion for the Lord inspired him to compose writings that he shared with friends, family, community members, acquaintances, individuals in jail and prison, and many whom he never knew. He was known for his incredible storytelling about his life and adventures. He loved the outdoors and spent his early years as an avid hunter in Chimney Road Hunting Club in Hilliard, Florida. He loved people and had a unique respect for diversity in the world. Mr. Riles is survived by: his wife, Corinna, of 25 years; daughter, Ashliegh Riles; brother, John (Debbie) Riles; three sisters, Linda (Steve) von Eberstein, Sue (Gene) Teeter, and Nancy Roberson; father-in-law, Pepe Panganiban; brother-in-law, Joseph Panganiban; and sister-in-law, Kim Ryals (Carl Watson); his two treasured nephews, John (Kim) Riles Jr., and Jessie (Jenny) Riles. He had many nieces and grand nieces, grand nephews, and other family members and friends who will also miss him dearly. A Life Celebration / Memorial Service is planned for May 30th, in Jacksonville at Diamond D Ranch (Normandy Blvd.) at 11 am. All are welcome to help the family commemorate how Rustys life impacted theirs. Kenneth Scarborough Kenneth Lamar Scarborough, 80, of Huntsville, passed away May 12, 2018, at Fayetteville, Arkansas. Kenneth was born Oct. 17, 1937, at Lake Butler. He was a coach who loved sports, and a math teacher who taught thousands of students all over the US, including Florida, Alaska, Texas and Arkansas. Kenneth was an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting spiritually brought a number of people to the Lord and preached to thousands. Kenneth was preceded in death by: his mother, Myrtle Scarborough; his wife, Karen Scarborough; and one son, Joe Scarborough. He is survived by: two daughters, Melissa (Lyndall) Watkins of Huntsville, and Diane Holder of Newberry; two sons, David (Mary) Scarborough, and Dean (Nancy) Scarborough, all of Gainsville; two sisters, Linda (Kenneth) Parrish of Lake Butler, and Christine (Roger) Blackwelder of Lake City; ten grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held May 16 in the Bruce Brashears Memorial Kim Williams, Lynn Jackson, Shane Battaile, Derrek Wood, and Marcos Arrangements are in care of Brashears Funeral Home and Crematory. Myrtle Shaw died Friday, May 18, 2018 at the Windsor Health & Rehabilitation Center in Starke. She was a homemaker and a member of Gadara Baptist Church and preceded in death by her husband, Edmund; and two sons, Edmund Jr. and Bradley. She is survived by: her daughter, Rosellen Virginia Hatch of Keystone Heights; brother, James Henry Elliott of Los Angeles; four grandchildren; Graveside services will be held 1:00 pm Tuesday, May 29 at Florida entrusted to Forest Meadows Funeral Home, Gainesville. Ricky Terry GRAHAMRicky Allen Terry, 56, of Graham died on Friday, May 18, 2018 at Shands at the University of Florida in Gainesville. He was born in Cincinnati, Ohio on July 26, 1961 to the late Julian Terry and Barbara Hatcher Williams. Shortly after graduating high school, he joined the United States Army. Following his discharge from the military, he worked preceded in death by: his parents; and his wife, Evelyn Terry. He is survived by: daughter, Tabitha (Charles) Moore of Gainesville, Georgia; brother, Charles Scott (Jennifer) Goodin of Blanchester, Ohio; sisters, Nina Jean Goodin of West Union, Ohio, Judy Filson of Wilmington, Ohio, Beverly (Doug) Evermann of Blanchester, Vickie Cook of Wilmington, Sue (Russell) Popp of Dayton, Ohio, and Jackie (Steve) Feirl of Blanchester; and many nieces, nephews, and friends. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date in Ohio. Arrangements are under the care and direction of V. Todd Ferreira Funeral Services and Archie Tanner Memorial Chapel, Starke. To the Editor Report of Memorial Day Services, Schedule of Events. Post 56 of the American Legion, Starke will observe Memorial Day Service on Wednesday 30 May 2018 instead of Monday 28 May 2018, observing Memorial Day as proclaimed in our history and not on a day to celebrate a long weekend. Memorial Day was originally proclaimed by General John Logan, National Commander of the Guard Army of the Republic graves of Union and Confederate soldiers at Arlington National holiday changed from honoring Civil War to honoring Americans and was set as 30 May for the observance. Our observance will be a solemn observation of the day and will be held at 10 am on Wednesday at Charlie Schaefer Veterans Memorial Park on East Call Street. Our guest speaker for this years observance will Frederick J. Flatery, USA who is currently stationed at NAS Jacksonville. At the conclusion of the services, Post 56 Veterans will dedicate to the public our newly

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The following individuals were arrested recently by local law Union or Clay (Keystone Heights area) counties. BRADFORD Mark Alan Andrews, 42, of Keystone Heights, was arrested May 17 by Bradford deputies on an out-of-county warrant. Tahlia Quantanece Banks, 20, of Jacksonville, was arrested May 17 by Starke marijuana and two counts of possession of drug equipment. Helena Marie Bath, 42, of Starke, was arrested May possession of marijuana. Grace Marie Biggs, 23, of Middleburg, was arrested possession of marijuana and possession of cocaine. Dustin Ryan Brower, 23, of Melrose, was arrested May 19 by Bradford deputies for battery. Clarence Edward Desue, 45, of Starke, was arrested May 18 by Bradford deputies for violation of probation. Mitchell Terry Durrance, 31, of Brooker, was arrested May 20 by Bradford deputies on an out-of-county warrant. Anthony Dwayne French, 55, of Starke, was arrested May 17 for violation of probation, possession of drug equipment and impersonation. Marion Russel Gatlin, 42, of Hampton, was arrested shoplifting and violation of probation. Tiffany Desiree Georgsson, 22, of Keystone Heights, was arrested May 15 by Bradford deputies for a moving burglary. Jeffrey Carl Goodman, 30, of Starke, was arrested May 15 by Bradford deputies for failure to appear and violation of probation. Kade Payton Haug, 20, of out-of-county warrant. Joshua William Johnson, 27, of Keystone Heights, was arrested May 20 by Bradford deputies for battery. of Starke, was arrested May 19 by Bradford deputies for withholding support. possession of drug equipment. Manning, Randall Eugene, 36, of Hampton, was arrested May 19 by Bradford deputies for three counts of violation of probation. arrested May 22 by Starke drugs. Alexis Danielle McGahee, 33, of Jacksonville, was arrested May 19 by Bradford deputies for possession of marijuana. Gregory Bernard Merricks, 29, of Starke, was arrested May 22 by Bradford deputies for violation of probation. Merriwhether, 29, of Starke, was arrested May 20 by intoxication. Michael William Palmer, 19, of Starke, was arrested May 15 by Bradford deputies for battery-touch or strike/ domestic and kidnap-false imprisonment/domestic. Kirstin, Steven Sconiers, 34, of Orlando, was arrested May 15 by Bradford deputies for aggravated stalking following, harassing or cyberstalking with credible threat to a person. According to a BCSO Joseph Silverstein and Sgt. Russell Gordon were dispatched to Florida State Prison in Raiford on May 9 in reference to threatening/ harassing phone calls to an employee of FSP. On arrival, they met with the victim who told them that she had received a threatening letter at her home address, dated Jan. 10, 2018, from the suspect and former inmate Kirstin Sconiers. The letter indicated that the inmate wanted to have an intimate relationship with the victim when he got out in 70 days. The return address was Santa Rosa Correctional Institution in Milton. The letter was reported and no other contact occurred until earlier that day (May 10) when Sconiers called and asked to speak to the warden. He was told that the warden was busy and he hung up. He called again and asked to speak with Dr. Kort. The secretary did not have the extension for Dr. Kort and she offered to connect him with mental health facility. After transferring the call, she received a transfer back and recognized it as coming from the same phone number. The caller said he had a message Sconiers and as a former inmate, giving his DC number. He advised that he was in he wanted to complain that in the medical facility and that the victim was covering up the beatings. He said the NAACP would be coming after the prison and bring the whole place down.. He said to tell the victim that he knew where she lived and provided the address. His call was transferred to the assistant warden, to whom he made vulgar statements and then hung up. Several more calls were made to the medical facility by the number called from. He made statements such as tell everyone I had relations with (the victim) and she gave me her address while I was there, and Im coming after her and her family. When pressed for more information he hung up. Because of Sconiers statements and his violent history, the victim was in fear for the safety of her family and herself. Both she and the secretary gave sworn statements of both incidents and a case number was issued was forwarded to the State A warrant was issued by the Bradford County State Attorney and Sconiers was arrested on the warrant and transferred from the Orange County Jail to the Bradford County Jail without incident. Amy Michelle Sellers, 39, of Florahome, was arrested May 21 by Bradford deputies for battery and possession of drugs within 1,000 of a college -methamphetamine. of Starke, was arrested May 17 by Bradford deputies for of drug equipment and child neglect. of Keystone Heights, was arrested May 20 by Bradford violation driving with a revoked or suspended license. Robert Dale Taylor, 56, of Keystone Heights, was arrested May 21 by Bradford violation driving with a revoked or suspended license. Robert Dalton Thornton, 32, of Hawthorne, was arrested driving with a revoked or suspended license. Jeanie Renee Waters, 23, of Gainesville, was arrested May 18 by Bradford deputies driving with a revoked or suspended license. Patti Sue Williams, 42, of Starke, was arrested May 20 by Bradford deputies for possession of drug equipment, possession of cocaine and smuggling contraband into a prison. UNION COUNTY Daronte Jawaun Corbitt, 24, of Starke, was arrested May 16 by Union deputies on a Union Count warrant for felony violation of probation. Alice Faye Crawford, 51, May 20 by Union deputies for battery touch or strike. Christopher Joseph Gordon, arrested May 16 by Union deputies on a Union County warrant for felony violation of probation. Jerry Ryan Jones, 21, of May 17 by Union deputies on a Union County warrant for felony violation of probation. Two Jacksonville women are in custody after being caught trying to smuggle contraband into the RMS Main Unit on May 19. Union Deputy David Gladding responded to the RMS on May 19 in reference to a female attempting to introduce contraband into the prison. According to the arrest report, when he arrived at the scene he made contact with two were present with Jocelyn Prettyman Haywood. While conducting a pat-down search on Haywood, she said she could feel an object between her thighs. Haywood later admitted that she had a cell phone between her legs and was attempting to bring it to an inmate. While conducting that investigation, Gladding received information that another person had contraband either on her person or in her vehicle. The witness said she had gotten a ride to the prison with Genaine Sandy and that she had contraband in her vehicle. Sandy was contacted and denied having any contraband on her person or in her vehicle. She provided black BMW and a search was conducted. In the trunk of the car, black and green beach bag containing multiple packs of cigarettes, eight cell phones, two of which were wrapped in electrical tape, cling wrap, quart sized zip lock baggies, commonly used for narcotics, a can of chewing tobacco and a scale. In the passenger side corner of the trunk, three items were recovered, all of which were wrapped in electrical tape. Upon opening the items, they were found to contain a green, leafy substance was found that was believed to be K2, an illegal narcotic. The substance from all three packages was weighed and totaled 44 grams. After being restrained and read her rights, Sandy said she had no idea the items were located in her trunk. She said she had given a ride to a woman who she knew was going to try to bring contraband into the prison, but she did not want to get into anyones business. She said when she realized that the woman had been caught she removed the womans purse from her trunk. She admitted that the black and green bag was hers, but said the woman must have put the items into it. Jocelyn Prettyman Haywood, 43, of Jacksonville, was arrested May 19 by Union deputies for smuggling contraband into a prison cellular phone/portable communications. Genaine Terrace Sandy, 33, of Jacksonville, was arrested May 19 by Union deputies for smuggling contraband into a prison controlled substance and six counts of smuggling contraband into a prison cellular phone/portable communication. James D. Willis, 32, of May 15 by Union deputies for burglary of a structure or conveyance, unarmed, without a person inside and larceny theft is $300 or more but not more than $5,000. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AND LAKE REGION Ashley Marie Baribeau, 23, of Keystone Heights, was arrested May 11 by Clay deputies for simple domestic battery. of Iowa, was arrested May 9 by Clay deputies for breach of peace/disorderly conduct/ 24, of Keystone Heights, was arrested May 13 by Clay deputies for simple battery domestic. Thursday, May 24, 2018 Telegraph, Times and Monitor B Section 5B CRIME Roof Leaks Re-Roofs Shingles Metal Low Slope Mobile Home Commercial Lifetime Roofs Siding Rotten Wood Replacement FREE ESTIMATES Locally Owned www.LewisWalkerRoofing.comGuaranteed Best Service Guaranteed Best Warranties Guaranteed Best Prices Toll Free 866-959-7663 places brick pathway at the park, which honors all veterans who served in all wars. The bricks were purchased by family members to be placed in the park. Contrary to rumors being spread around the city/county, display during, nor after this observance. This observance is to be a solemn ceremony in honor of our service men and women who served our country with courage and honor. Respectfully: Raymond Hunt Commander Post 56

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6B Telegraph, Times and Monitor B Section Thursday, May 24, 2018 Special to the TelegraphTimes-Monitor On Thursday, May 18, Union County (1A) and P.K. Yonge (4A) each traveled to Keystone Heights (4A) for this years Spring Football Jamboree. The evening would consist of three halves, each consisting of two 10-minute quarters. The victory over the Blue Wave, 21-7, with the Tigers doing the same, 6-0 in the second half. The host-school battling the Union County to a 0-0 tie. Things kicked off with Keystone (4-6 a year ago) taking on PK (2-7 in 2017). With no live kicking game for the night, then took over at their own 25-yard line. They then went right to work with their potent rushing attack out of the wing formation. Taylor Vojnowski and Ty Friedlin traded carries Friedlin took it to the house from 39 yards out to put Keystone up 7-0 with 5:55 remaining in the opening quarter. The Blue Wave started the ensuing drive from their own 35, but a big pass breakup from freshman defensive back Colton Tibbetts and a tackle for a loss by junior defensive lineman Dad Dodd forced a three-and-out and after a PK punt, the Indians would take over at their own 43. After a Vojnowski 16yard run put the Tribe into Wave territory, freshman quarterback Gage Stevens hit freshman wide receiver Sterling Roberts on a and-goal just inside the 10. A few plays later Vojnowski took it in for the score on fourth-and-goal from the one. After sophomore kicker Anthony Brisenos extra point, Keystone led 14-0 with PK quarterback Denotae Mavin botched a hand-off to open the next drive, resulting in a ten-yard loss, but on the next play he was able to scramble out Blue Wave. Still, they would then go the wrong direction and have to punt it back to Keystone on fourth-and-22. Vojnowski and Friedlin went back to work, with Vojnowski hauling in an 18yard reception to take it to the Blue Wave 30. A bit of a melee ensued around the 10-yard line resulting in offsetting penalties before Friedlin would punch it in from inches out on third down to put the home side up 21-0 with 2:24 remaining in the contest. It was the sophomores second trip to paydirt on the evening. With everything over except for the crying, Mavin threw up a prayer, and it was answered when Jacari Byrd at the nine-yard line. Israel Wilcox took it in from the nine on the next play to give P.K. Yonge their only score of the night. The clock would prove to be the only thing that could stop Keystone in the contest as the game would then end in a 21-7 Keystone Heights Victory. With only a ten-minute break in between halves, the Tigers (6-5 last season) had to warm up quick to face the already battle tested Blue Wave. On the opening drive, senior middle linebacker Allan McClellon came up with a big 10-yard sack of Mavin forcing PK to punt it away. Unfortunately, the Union County returners did not get back deep enough in time and the punt went over their heads and bounced all the way down to the Tiger 17. In stepped new Tiger quarterback Anthony Hendrieth. The Junior was making the transition from the hardwood Yonge lineman Justin Conklin. Keystones Kaleb Yonge. Anthony Hendrieth looks for a receiver. Andrew Cox rolls out of the pocket. Yonge player are Keystone Murphy, Trey Horton and

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to the gridiron and seeing the career. Head coach Ronny Pruitt would later say that Hendrieth practicing for three weeks. he handed off to junior Jalen Watkins for three yards. Union downs on the drive before a holding call backed them up then Watkins was stuffed on a fourthand-one play from the Tiger 44. PK took over from their own 37 but went three-and-out and had to punt it right back. On the ensuing drive, UCHS was again able to begin to matriculate the ball down the down on fourth-and-11 before a Watkins fumble was recovered by the Wave to give the ball back to PK. Thats when Junior defensive end Agelu NuNu woke the crowd up with a huge hit six Wave were forced to punt it away once again. This time Union County would not be denied, taking over the ball at the 49 with 6:07 remaining in the contest. After would turn on the Jets and race 38 yards for the score. The twopoint conversion would fail, but the Tigers still led 6-0 with 3:42 left. P.K. Yonge tried to make a game out of it, but Union County would stop them on fourth down with 57 seconds remaining and go on to the 6-0 victory. With each squad coming undefeated, the Indians and the Tigers would play to see who wins the night, but there would be no victor on the evening as zone prior to the clock hitting :00. Union County would completely control the clock in quarter on their opening drive get the stop on fourth down at the 10-yard line. The Tribe took over to open the second quarter but would only run seven plays before Friedlin punted the ball ball over the Tigers heads all the way down to the 20. Union County would drive to the Indians 39 but with 8.5 seconds left, Josh Hughes came up with the stop and then each team would have to settle with 1-0-1 records for the night, while P.K. Yonge went 0-2 on the evening. Both Pruitt and Keystone head coach Chuck Dickinson seemed pleased with their teams efforts on the evening. Dickinson even said he did not mind only having the evening because, It gave us a chance to get a good look at the defense. We have a lot of new guys and there were some missed assignments but that is to be expected at this point. Overall they played well. Pruitt said that he saw what he needed to, but it was a costly Spring junior center John Manning breaking his thumb, but he said, Hopefully he will be back as a senior when the regular season starts. He went on to add that It is always nice to play a full night of football without allowing a score, but there is still plenty to work on. Thursday, May 24, 2018 Telegraph, Times and Monitor B Section 7B 40 Notices EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY. All real estate advertis ing in this newspa per is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 in which makes it illegal to advertise any pref erence, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, reli gion, sex or national origin, or an intention to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination. Familial status in cludes children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate in which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings adver tised in this newspa per are available on an equal opportunity basis. To complain of discrimination, call HUD toll-free at 1-800-669-9777, the toll-free telephone number for the hear ing impaired is 1-800927-9275. For fur ther information call Florida Commission on Human Relations, Lisa Sutherland 850488-7082 ext #1005. 42 Motor Vehicles & Accessories $CASH$ FOR JUNK cars, up to $500. Free pick up, running or not. Call 352-7716191. 2006 MERCU RY Grand Marquis GS $3000.00 Cold A/C, Runs And Drives Nice, New Michelin Tires 352-215-5449. 45 Land for Sale FOR SALE. Home site lot located in Starke Golf Course off of 17th Ave. Financing available. Call 904-364-9022. 47 Commercial Property (Rent, Lease, Sale) OFFICE BUILDING FOR RENT. Keystone Heights next to W.D. large conference room, kitchen, 2/BA, parking. $1000/per mo. on con tract. For info call 904364-9022. DOWNTOWN STARKE for rent. 113 E. Call St. Call Freddie American Dream Realty at 904509-9893. OFFICE LOCATION next to Walgreens. Suitable for retail or can be made Call 904-364-9022. 48 Homes for Sale 2 HOUSES FOR SALE/ LEASE TO BUY. Must have credit score of 660+ 3BR/2BA house. ers, Jacuzzi tub, gas Lake access. Post Mas ters Village in Keystone Heights. $1000/mo.$1050/mo. plus 1 month deposit. Call Dave 352-473-3560. HOUSE FOR SALE. 840 Sq. Ft. 2BR/1BA. 313 Redgrave Street, Starke. Open house Sunday 5/27 from 2pm-4pm. 50 For Rent WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bed room MH, clean, close to prison. Call 352-4681323. NEWLY RENOVATED mobile homes. 3 BR/ 2 BA DW and 2 BR/ 2 BA. (One) 16x80 2 BR/2 BA. Lake Butler. 1-678-4386828. HOUSE for rent. In good condition, call for more information. 904-7696260, 904-964-5006. SINGLEWIDE MOBILE HOME IN COUNTRY. 3BR/2BA. CH/A, fresh ly painted, new carpet, mini blinds throughout, wood deck, nice yard. $550/mo. Plus deposit. Senior discount. 10997 SE 49th Ave Starke. 352-468-1093 or 904571-6561. KEYSTONE. 2BR/2BA MH Country Setting. Paved road, close to town. Water & lawn services included. Newly reno vated. $625/mo. plus deposit. 865-307-1335. FOR RENT TO OWN: 3BR/2BA House. Com pletely remodeled. New appliances. Credit check required. $850/ posit. Purchase in 24 months & get $4,800 as down payment. Call 904-364-9022, Mon day-Friday for an ap pointment to see. 53 B Keystone Yard Sales YARD SALE: F/S May 25, 26. 10am-6pm. 452 SE 52nd St. Key stone. Tools, hardware, sporting goods, hunting items including surplus ammo. Old bottles, oth er collectibles. Plants, and lots more! 55 Wanted WANTED: Local Band Seeks pro-drummer/ lead guitarist. Country, rock. blues. Original, cover project equip ment/ studio may be furnished. For Info call Brad @ 904-769-6314. WANTED: MUZ ZLE LOADING, FLINT LOCK. Ray 904-964-8393. 57 For Sale WHITE GOLD engage ment/wedding ring. 2.1 carats, size 7. $2,500. Raleigh Detour 2.5, 26 touring bike, like new. $300. pool (needs liner) Sand stepping stones. $400. Transfer board $20. 352-468-2353. 65 Help Wanted LAKE BUTLER HOSPITAL Facility and Main tenance Technician Pharmacy Tech Please visit our web site www.lakebutler hospital.com for more out an application. PH. 386.496.2323 Ext 9258, Fax 386.496.2105 Equal Employment Op portunity / Drug & To bacco Free Workplace. LAKE BUTLER HOSPITAL Systems Administrator Please visit our web site www.lakebutler hospital.com for more out an application. PH. 386.496.2323 Ext 9258, Fax 386.496.2105 Equal Employment Op portunity / Drug & To bacco Free Workplace. LAKE BUTLER HOSPITAL Director of Envi ronmental Services Please visit our web site www.lakebutler hospital.com for more out an application. PH. 386.496.2323 Ext 9258, Fax 386.496.2105 Equal Employment Op portunity / Drug & To bacco Free Workplace. HANDYMAN SERVICES and tractor work. Please 796-2136. HELP WANTED/PARTTIME news writer. Will accept students that can write for a newspaper. Possible assignments to include sports, news, features. Weekends and night events includ ed. Send resume to: Bradford Coun ty Telegraph Attn: Hildebran P O Drawer A Starke, FL. 32091. LAKE BUTLER HOSPITAL Director of Hu man Resources Please visit our web site www.lakebutler hospital.com for more out an application. PH. 386.496.2323 Ext 9258, Fax 386.496.2105 Equal Employment Op portunity / Drug & To bacco Free Workplace. THE CITY OF HAMPTON is accepting applications for City Attorney. This position is contracted. The City Council meets on the third Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. Municipal government experience preferred. Please submit a cover letter, resume and sala ry requirements to: City Clerk, City of Hampton, P. O. Box 250, Hampton, FL, 32044 by 6/8/18. EXPERIENCED AC COUNTANT, full-time, needed in the Finance Bradford County Clerk of Courts. Applications may be obtained at the County Courthouse, 945 N. Temple Ave., Starke, or at: www. bradfordcountyfl.gov/ employment. Applica tions must be returned by 3:00 p.m., Thurs., May 31, 2018, by hand-delivery, US Mail, or email: jim_farrell@ bradfordcountyfl.gov. (No phone inquires please.) APARTMENT GROUNDS Maintenance work er needed part-time. Must have reliable transportation. Please apply in person at: Pine Forest Apartments 1530 W. Madison St. Starke, FL. 32091 Mon-Fri 9:00am5:00pm. METAL BUILDING EREC TORS, LLC. Looking for metal building workers. Please call Chris @ 904-263-2440. DRIVERS: CDL-A: $2500 Sign-On! Dedicated Van loads. No Touch Weekly Pay-$1100. Paid Orientation Marshall: 877-8017084. OWNER OPERATORS: CDL-A. $5000 Sign-on! Dedicated Van loads. No Touch Up to $2900 weekly Gross. Home Weekends. Alexis: 866-358-3937. 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8B Telegraph, Times and Monitor B Section Thursday, May 24, 2018 Managing Editor Weir Thursday night with a 2216 win over the Hurricane near Belleview. The two coaches agreed to play backups and allow the clock to run in the fourth quarter. Jeremiah Vaughn led the Tornadoes in rushing with 105 yards on 13 carries. Jackson Smith and Erric Smith each ran for Bradford touchdowns and with Jackson Smith tallying 42 yards and Erric Smith 27. Bradford Coach Brian Tomlinson said his main goal of the game was to get his players on video, so he could evaluate them over the summer. after the game. We got to see what we did right, what we did well, and mistakes that we made season. He also said spring practice was valuable in getting inexperienced players some playing time. Weve got a lot of players playing and a lot of guys whove never played before so to see them out there playing Im excited for what we have coming up this season, he said. Tomlinson said he feels good about the teams skilled positions but sees work ahead for linemen. We have some play makers that I think can do some things, he said. I think some of the things we need to work on is some stuff up front but I think come back in the Fall.