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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Tears of joy flowed across the world, and especially the United States when it was announced that Senator Barack Obama was officially President-elect of the United
States. In America, words of joy came from the very young to such age levels as Mrs. Beatrice Farve, a 113 year old voter from Brunswick, Georgia, who did in fact, vote
for Barack Obama. He was her choice from the beginning.
President Elect Obama received 364 electoral votes to Senator McCain's 162 electoral votes that led to him becoming the 44th President of the United States at 48 years
of age. Most were shocked at states, such as Florida who changed from red to blue and as late as Thursday, North Carolina became a blue state. Duval County had a high
turn out but did not break a record as predicted. It was learned that the Southside voter turn out was far lower than expected. Votes for Senator Obama came from women,
minorities and the young as well as an unexpected number of white men.
The President-elect's office announced Thursday that free stickers are available saying, "Yes We Did Victory" to help people remember the moment.
The joy is still in the air as the new president prepares for his position, people talk about the new puppy for the girls and our new First Lady's wardrobe What is she
going to wear on January 20, 2009?
It is now understood, even by those who were so much against Mr. Obama, that Americans want a change. President-Elect Obama's acceptance speech was so touching


[Something to Think About |
It has never been about race, it has always been
about "America". To many, he came out of no
where, with little or no world experience. He was
obviously chosen by a higher authority. Let us all
give him a chance. He seems to be a good man, just
as McCain What was so different? He offers a
new approach and change for America. Yes, we are
proud of Obama's winning but, this election is also
a win for America. The world watched while we
showed them how great this country is. "God
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Senior African Americans
basked in the glow, of
Tuesday's history-making
election. Like, Ann Nixon
Cooper, they stayed up with
the rest of the nation, past
their usual bedtimes, to wit-
ness what as children they
could not imagine: a black
man in the White House.
Presideiit-elect Barack
Obama gave tribute to those
who survived Jim Crow,
attack dogs, poll taxes, vio-
lence and many other indig-
nities in their quest to secure
what the fifteenth amend-
ment to the Constitution
guaranteed and what- the
Civil Rights Act of 1965
secured. He underscored the
tribute with a narrative of
the life of Cooper during the
"Yes, we can" section of his
celebratory speech in
Chicago's Grant Park.'
"This election had many
firsts and many stories that
will be told for generations.
But one that's on my mind
tonight is about a woman
who 'cast her ballot in
Atlaita. Sle's a lot like the
millions of others who stood
in line to make their voice
heard in this election except
for one thing Ann Nixon
Cooper is 106 years old."
Cooper was elated to
have the president-election
mention her.
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isn't that something, at 106
years old?"
Arnetta Jackson of
Gainesville, Florida was
also overcome with emotion
at the moment the election
was called and Obama
declared the victor. Jackson,
87, born in Jacksonville, has-
been honored by the
Democratic party for her
long years of service, said
she cried as she remembered
the Jim Crow Days in
Georgia and Florida and the
way many whites talked
down' to blacks. And
'although she stands at a
petite four feet ten inches,
she always stood up to
threats from whites and
never backed down. She
hopes that some of the folks *
who displayed such hatred
are still alive to see this
"change in America."
SJackson has been a mem-
berof the Democratic party
for 50 years and for the past
20 she has been a poll work-
er.
'Mrs. Beatrice Farve, 113.
Brunswick made sure she
voted for Obama. She says
she felt "he was the best per-
son [for the job] and more
stable in his thinking" than
McCain. She was glad tb see
Obama win and does not
want to remember the,"bad"
days and is glad to still be
around for the "good" days.
She ants a sign and
bumper sticker as a sou-
venir.
Harvard professor, Dr.
Louis. Gates Jr., said his 95
year-old father voted. "Boy,
this is the greatest day in
Negro history;," he told his
distinguished son, a famous
professor. 'of. African
American history.
Unfortunately, Obama's
maternal grandmother,
Madelyn .Payne Dunham,
died the Sunday before elec-
tion night and did not live to
see her grandson make his-
tory that reverberated
around the world. The silver
lining: her absentee ballot
was counted and she did at
least get to vote for him
before she passed at the age
of 86.


Ann Nixon Cooper, 106 Years of Age
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Arnetta Jackson, 87 Years of Age


Madelyn Payne Dunham with a young Barack Obama.


The Fifteenth Amendment (ratified in 1870)

Section 1 The right of citizens of the United

States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by

the United States or by any State on account of

race, color, or previous condition of servitude.

Section 2 The Congress shall have power to

enforce this article by appropriate legislation.



The Voting Rights Act of 1965

No voting qualification or prerequisite to voting,

or standard, practice, or procedure shall -be

imposed or applied by any State or political sub-

division to deny or abridge the right of any citi-

zen of the United States to vote on account of

race or color.


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were aimounced earlier this week. The other Obama, a fishing town of about 32,000
in central Japan, has been abuzz with support for the president-elect with "I Love
Obama" t-shirts, Obama bean cakes, which bear his likeness, and recently, the hula-
dancing Obama Girls. In Japanese, Obama means "small shore." In March, MSNBC
reported that Barack Obama sent a thank-you letter to the town.


In his speech Tuesday night, President-elect Barack Obama told the world that his two
daughters, Malia and Sasha, earned the dog that they will be receiving to move into the
White House in January. News outlets are reporting that the pup will be a labradoodle.
Sources close-to the family, however, say daughter Malia is more interested in a golden-
doodle, a cross between a Golden Retriever and a Poodle.
"I love you both more than you can imagine," Obama told his daughters, Sasha and
Malia, during his address in Grant Park on election night. "You have earned the puppy
that is coming with us to the White House"
A Labradoodle is a crossbred or hybrid dog created by crossing the Labrador Retriever
and the Standard or Miniature Poodle. The Labradoodle was first deliberately bred in
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trainabilit' of the Labrador.
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suitable for people %\ith
allergies to fur and dander.
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WIDOWS AND WIDOWERS
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F. Darby, Gulley, Rollins, Fred Davis

(W.M.) Robert [Bro-N-
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discuss several projects
-, that Oakland will
engage in. (From left to
right) (J.W.) Bro.
Kareen A. Russell,
(W.M.) Rollins and
(S.W.) John H. Carter,
111, 32, Oakland Lodge
No.65 celebrated their
One Hundred
Twentieth (120th) year
in Masonry [from 1888
to 2008]. Several
awards were given to
the membership for their meritorious service, over and beyond the call of
duty, to this Lodge. (from left to right) (P.M.) F. Darby, along with Grand
Junior Warden, Walter Gulley, 33, and the (W.M.) R. Rollins, 32, Honor (P.M.)
Freddie Davis, 32, as the Master Mason of the year for 2008.


The (M.M.) Robert Rollins, Sr., of Oakland,
Flanked by his right hand, the (W.M.) Rose Massey
of Inez #90, along with the only living actual Past
Grand Master of the State of Florida, Dr. Henry
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OPENS: Wednesday, NQvember 19, 2008


This is the (3rd0 year that the Officers and Members of Oakland Lodge
No.65 have assembled to celebrate in honoring the Widows and
Widowers of this Lodge. Shown are the Wives, Widows, Widowers and
Members of Oakland. It was a night of enjoyment for all in attendance.


The Officers and Members of
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with their Sister Chapter Inez
#90, had a fun-filled day, as
there was plenty of food and
refreshments for the Brothers
and Sisters, and games for the
kids. Everyone in' attendance
had a blast. These three
Brothers cooked all night to
make sure that the food would
be ready to serve on time,
(from left to right ) Brothers
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(P.M.) Donovan Trimble and
S.W.) John H. Carter, III.


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501(c)(3) status also must have at least two (2) years of experience
operating successful suspension or truancy programss.

To create a new Out of School Suspension Program (OSSP) at five (5)
designated sites in Duval County. This program will serve approxi-
mately 150 students/per day (30 students per site).


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MATTHEW W. GILBERT JR.-SR. HIGH SCHOOL is proud to
announce its 11th New Year's Students/Teachers GRAND ALUMNI
REUNION. For 10 years Gilbert's Eastside "Mighty Panthers" have cele-
brated all graduating classes from 1952 to 1970. Class of 1959 will be hon-
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are invited. Two fun-filled events are planned for this successful annual
event: WELCOME RECEPTION, Friday, January 2, 2009, 7-11 p.m.;
BANQUET, Saturday, January 3, 2009, 6 p.m. 1:00 a.m. Both events will
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3839.
THANKSGIVING LUNCHEON FOR NEEDY SENIORS, November
25, 10:00 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. at The Wyndam Riverwalk Hotel located at,
1515 Prudential Dr. in Jacksonville. The cost is $22 each for senior. Tables
of 6, 8 and 10 are available. Checks or money orders should be made
payable to "Senior Life/Thanksgiving Luncheon for Seniors" (all donations
are tax deductible). Mail to: "Seniors", Radio Station WCGL, 3890 Dunn
Ave., Ste. 802, Jacksonville, FL 32218.
RALPH J. BUNCHE CLASSIC -November 8, 2008 at.5p.m. at Chris
Gilman Stadium Kingsland, GA...Edward Waters College -Tigers and
Savannah State University Tigers; Thursday, November 6 at 6 p.m.
Gospel Night featuring The Sensational Tones at the Greater Trinity
Methodist Church in St. Marys, GA; Friday, Nobember 7 at 7 p.m. Classic
Welcome Reception at the Hawthorn Suites Hotel in Kingsland, GA (exit 3
@ 1-95 N); Saturday, November 8 at 8 a.m. Shot Gun Captain's Choice,
R.J. Bunche Classic Golf Tournament, Kings Bay GA Golf Course. $75
per person, 4 man team $300; Saturday, November 8, Tailgate Party at
Chris Gilman Stadium, Kingsland, GA. For more information, call 912-
552-4494 or 912-409-9212.
PALM COAST ART AND CRAFT FESTIVAL at the Palm Harbor
Shopping Village, Palm Coast Pkwy., Palm Coast. November 22nd and
23rd, Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Arts, crafts,
gourmet sampling, food, free parking, and free admission. For more infor-
mation, call 352-344-0657.
THE NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS FLORIDA
(NAMI Florida) Saturday, November 8, 2008. Mental health advocates,
providers, family members and people with'mental illnesses will participate.
The (NAMI Florida), the state's largest grassroots mental health organiza-
tion dedicated to improving the lives of persons living with serious mental
illness and their families, is gearing up for its annual NAMIWalks for the
Minds of America. Currently, 1 in 5 people are affected by mental illness,
which is a leading cause for disability and loss of productive life in the
United States. NAMI Florida offers support, education, advocacy, and
research in order to increase awareness of brain disorders, improve the qual-
ity of life for people and families coping with mental illness and to elimi-
nate stigma and discrimination related to mental illness. Registration is at
8:00 a.m. and the walk begins at 9:00 a.m. at the Friendship Foundation
Park, located at 1025 Gulf Life Dr., Jacksonville, FL. For more information,
call Judi Evans at (850) 671-4443.

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INVITATION TO BID

Sealed bids will be received by the City of Jacksonville,
Procurement Division, 3rd floor, City Hall until the time and
dates recorded below and immediately thereafter publicly
opened and recorded in the Conference Room "C", 3rd
Floor, St. James Building, 117 WEST DUVAL STREET.


BUYER: Marilyn Laidler


(904)630-1746


AGENCY: Jacksonville Children's Commission

OPENS: Wednesday, December 3, 2008 AT 2:00 P.M.

BID NUMBER/(Title)
ESC-0315-09 Juvenile Crime Prevention/Intervention
Program for the Jacksonville Journey

SCOPE OF WORK:
The Jacksonville Children's Commission is soliciting applica-
tions from governmental entities and private non profits,
and/or faith based organizations with at least two (2) years of
experience operating juvenile justice/young offenders inter-
vention-re-entry programs.

Target Population: Duval County juveniles, 15-18 years of
age who have entered the Juvenile Justice System, and/or
Young adults 18-24 who are inmates of the Duval County Jail
or Correctional System.

Bidder's Conference: To be held on November 17, 2008
from 9:00 am to 11:00 am, and November 18, 2008 from
-2:00 pm to 4:00 pm at the Jax Kids Campus at 1095 A. Philip
Randolph Blvd., Jacksonville, FL 32206 in the Multi-Purpose
Room, please contact Lisa Burnette at (904) 630-7267 if you
will be attending.


BY: MICHAEL CLAPSADDLE, CHIEF
PROCUREMENT DIVISION



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SSchedule of Events and Services

HARVEST DAY 2008 -Central Metropolitan C.M.E.
Church family at 4611 North Pearl St., Jacksonville is
preparing to celebrate their annual Harvest Day,
Sunday, November 9, beginning with Sunday Church.
School at 9:00 a.m. Rev. Jermaine Marshall, pastor of
Murray Temple C.M.E. Church, Anniston, Al will be
the morning Worship speaker. The service will begin at
10:45 a.m. Rev. Marshall is a Jacksonville native.
General Chairperson of the events is Mrs. Doris Pitts.
The Harvest Day theme "Central, the Pearl of Labor,
Joyfully Reaping the Harvest." Rev. Clarence K. Heath
is the newly appointed pastor at Central. The public is
invited.
THE PLEASANT GROVE PRIMITIVE CHURCH
family invite you to share with them in their 1st Annual
SSymposium entitled, "A Call to Submission." This sym-,
posium will take place daily starting at 10:00 a.m. on
November 12 14, 2008 inside the church sanctuary,
5644 Trout River Blvd. Lunch will be served daily at.
12:00 noon at a cost of $8. Evening session begins
nightly at 7:00 p.m. Daytime Lecturer will be Rev.
Burdette Williams, Pastor, Greater New Jerusalem
Baptist Church. Evening Lecturer will be Elder John R.
Cox, Pastor, New Rising Star Primitive Baptist Church
in Birmingham, AL. Elder Michael D. Walker, Sr.,
Pastor. For further information, please call (904) 764-
2332.
GENESIS MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH,
INC. located at 241 South McDuffAve., in Jacksonville
with Rev. Calvin O. Honors, Pastor will be having a
musical entitled, "Let's Make A Difference," Saturday,
November 12, at 6:30 p.m. the proceeds will go to Haiti
in their rebuilding endeavor that was caused by the
recent devastation from the 2008 hurricane season. A
spirit-filled program has been planned for your spiritu-
al enjoyment with Rev. Sylvien, Youth Pastor, of
"Genesis Missionary Baptist Church" delivering the
"Spoken Word." There will be a clothing drive on
Saturday, November 8, on the grounds of "Genesis"
from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Please bring clothing and
non-perishable food items that can be sent to Haiti. The
public is cordially invited to attend. Call (904) 389-
2923 for more info.
FRIENDSHIP PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH
located at 1106 Pearce St., Jacksonville, with Elder
Bobbie Sheffield, Pastor is having their "HOMECOM-
ING & 81st of the CHURCH," Sunday, November 16,
2008."Order of Worship: Sunday Bible School, 9:30
a.m.; Sunday Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m.; Bible
Study, Tuesday, 6:00 p.m. For more info, call (904) 353-
7734.
GENESIS MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH,
INC., located at 241 South McDuff Ave., in
Jacksonville, with Rev. Calvin O. Honors, Pastor will
be observing "Harvest Day" on Sunday, November 9th
at 11:00 a.m. A Sprit-filled program has been planned
for your spiritual enjoyment with rev. Joseph Moore,
Asst. Pastor of "Bethel Missionary Baptist Church"
delivering the "Spoken Word." The public is cordially
invited to attend. For more information call (904) 389-
2923.
NEW GENERATION CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
along with Pastor Sirdelrol Drayton invites you to cele-
brate with them their 9th Anniversary. On Sunday,
November 2nd and November 16th at 4 p.m. various
churches will help celebrate. On Monday, November
3rd and Wednesday, November 5th at 7 p.m. various
churches will be in charge of Worship. On Saturday,


November 8th from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. a family and musi-
cal workshop with topics of interest for everyone.
November 14th at 7 p.m. "The fruits of the Spirit." So
mark your calendars and help us celebrate "The Year of
Newness of Life." Call (904) 778-8660 for more infor-
mation.
THE NORTHSIDE CHURCH OF CHRIST located
at 4736 Avenue 'B' is celebrating its 54th Anniversary
and 31st Annual Homecoming, November 1 9, 2008,
with dynamic guest speakers, famous gospel singers,
free food, free babysitting, and free transportation. The
celebration opens Saturday, November 1st at 12 p.m. to
5 p.m., with all the fish you can eat. It's free and open
to the public. Numerous activities are planned during
the fish fry for small children, teenagers, and adults.
The activities include jumpy things, old-fashion games,
face painting, basketball, cotton candy, and honey drip-
pers. This year's theme 'God Is Able' provides a
source of encouragement through; scriptures, and reve-
lations of the Word. The revival dates are November 2 -
6, at 7p.m., and includes two powerful gospel speakers:
Orpheus Heyward, Atlanta, GA, and Samuell Pounds,
Rockford, IL. These ministers are guaranteed to moti-
vate you, give you confidence, and strengthen your spir-
itual walk. Saturday night, November 8th- a soul stir-
ring Songfest featuring six gospel groups, will be held
at the Times Union Center of the Performing Arts, 300
Waters Street, at 6:00 p.m.; November 9th is
Homecoming Day, and is, filled with activities that
include: 1. An Annual breakfast/program 7 a.m. 8:30
a.m.; 2. Two Worship Services 8:45 a.m., and 10:45,
a.m.; 3.Annual Homecoming Dinner 12:45 p.m. 2:30
p.m.;'4. Annual Homecoming Program 2:45 p.m. 4:30
p.m.; 5. Group Singing 4:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. For more
information, please call the Northside Church of Christ
at (904) 765-9830.
THE FIRST DELIVERANCE CHURCH OF
JACKSONVILLE, 1957 W. Beaver St., with Elder
Ernest Vining, Pastor, presents "Mis. Melody Patterson
Jackson and The Gospel Band" live in concert on
Sunday evening, November 9th at 5:00 p.m. If you love
to Praise the Lord and want to experieiice an evening of
musical bliss, join us as we enjoy melodies with
Melody.
FIRST A.M.E. CHURCH OF PALM COAST
FLORIDA and the Women's Missionary, Saturday,
November 15, 2008 at 10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. FREE
GIVEAWAY: Women, Men and Children's clothing all
sizes; dishes, pots, bed sheets, and other household,
items.. Colne early for free hot dogs. Everything is
FREE, FREE, FREE. Contact Doug Bembry at (313)
320-5278.
Listings are due the Tuesday before the next issue. Email
submissions preferred. Send to: info@thefloridastar.com




DEATH NOTICES
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BLAWN, Gary Lee, Sr.,
died November 2, 2008.
BUTLER, Martha, died
November 4, 2008.
FRENCH, Jimmie, died
November 3, 2008.
GAILYARD, Izebell, 75,
died October 30, 2008.
GASKINS, James, died
November 2, 2008.
GILLIS, Cheryl, 5.1,
died November 3, 2008.


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GRAHAM, Leamie C.,
died October 30, 2008.
GRANT, Hugh M., .died
October 31, 2008.
HARPER, Mary, died
November 1, 2008.
HARRINGTON,
George, died October 30,
2008.
HAYS, Dannette E., died
October 31, 2008.
JENNINGS, Juanita,
died November 3, 2008.
JONES, Hattie, died
October 30, 2008.
McCLOUD, John, died
October 30, 2008.
NESBITT, Treva, died
October 30, 2008.
OUTLAW, Delma, died
November 1, 2008.
PRATT, Samuel, died
October 28, 2008.
SHOPSHEAR,
Catherine, died October
30, 2008.
SOLOMON, Louvenia
E., 96, died October 28,
2008.
STANLEY, Minnie,
died November 1, 2008.
WILLIAMS, Willie
Mae, died November 1,
2008. Alphonso West
Mortuary, Inc.
WILLIAMS, Vernon L.,
died October 30, 2008.
WISE, Ms. Mabel, 99,
died October 31, 2008.


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The Church Directory
"Come and Woiship With Us"

New Bethlehen Missionary Baptist Church
1824 Prospect Street Jacksonville, FL 32208
Sunday School ....................................9:30 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship .......................11:00 a.m.
Youth Church,- 2nd & 3rd Sundays
(Old Sanctuary)............................. 11:00a.m.
Tuesday Prayer Meeting.................... 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday Pastoral Bible Study ................ 8:00 p.m.
Rev. Eric Lee, Pastor
Rev. Joe Calhoun, Pastor Emeritus
(904) 764-5727 Church

Historic Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church
Sunday
Worship Service 10:00 a.m.
Church School 8:45 a.m.
Wednesday
Fulfillment Hour Bible Study 6:30,p.m.
Every 2nd & 4th Thursday 10:00 a.m.-12:00 Noon
Friday
Joy Explosion Ministry 6:30 p.m.
201 East Beaver St. (904) 355-9475
Rev. F.D. Richardson Jr., Pastor

GREATER EL-BETHEL DIVINE HOLINESS CHURCH
"The Church Where Everybody Is Somebody"
Bishop Lorenzo Hall., Pastor
Street Address: 723 W. 4th St. Jacksonville, Florida 32209
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3575, Jacksonville, Florida 32206
Church Telephone: (904) 359-0661 Home: (904) 358-8932 Cell: 710-1586
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Tuesday Prayer Meeting & Bible Study,7:00 p.m.
Thursday 'Joy Night,7:00 p.m.
"Email: Gospell75@aol.com
Website: Greaterelbethel.org


PENTECOSTAL CHURCH of GOD
"Jesus Loves Sinners Church Folk Don't"
Elder Joseph Rice

Sunday School -------- 10:00 a.m.
Sunday Worship 12:00 Noon & 7:00 p.m.
Bible Stddy Tuesday & Friday----- 7:00 p.m.
(912) 267-6395 (912) 996-4864 Cell
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FAMU HOMECOMING 2008


NOVEMBER 82008


The Jacksonville Universitydefense stifled Butler showing why they are ranked in the top 10 nation-
ally in pass defense.Butler running back Dionte Wiggins is tripped up by JU's Lacy McDougal.
(Photo by Jon Irons, the Butter Collegian)


No matter what
the outcome of the
game was the home-
coming parade was a
hit.

It was no coinci-
dence that the
Homecoming 2008,
theme, "Preserving
the. Legacy of
Excellence in a New
Era" was the same
theme as FAMU
President James H.
Ammons' inaugural
week. This year,
Homecoming and the
Presidential Inaugural
Week ran hand-in-
hand.

Rattler fans shook
up downtown
Tallahassee for
FAMU's homecoming
parade Saturday morn-
ing, as the rattler
nation kicked off a
lively annual celebra-
tion.


By Michael Bonts,
Sports Writer

For three straight
'weeks, the JU football
team has put its Pioneer
Football League title
hopes on the line and has
come out with them intact.
The Dolphins (6-3, 4-
1 PFL) will hit the friend-
ly skies for the final time
this season as they travel
to face Valparaiso (2-6, 1-
4 PFL) with their school-
record tying four game-
winning streak.
There is an excitement
around the Dolphins that
hasn't been around in a
quite, awhile.. Since
Donovan Curr's 50-yard
field goal beat,San Diego,
Jacksonville's program
has turned a corer and is
playing at such a high


level that JU had another
first this week earning a
vote in The Sports
Network Top 25 poll.
"This is an exciting
time around our football
program," said JU head
Coach Kerwin Bell. "But
our guys know that what
we've done only matters if
we continue to work hard
and keep progressing
towards our goal a PFL
championship."
Leading the Dolphins
on offense last week was
quarterback Josh
McGregor, who broke the
school record for most
passing touchdowns. His
four touchdowns against
Butler gave him 21 on the
season, surpassing Mike
Sturgill's record of 20.
The defense stifled the


PFL's top-rated quarter-
back, Matt Kobli, showing
why they are ranked in the
top 10 nationally in pass
defense. Sophomore Will
Perry had a season-best 13
tackles, including a sack,
while sophomore defen-
sive lineman Shaun Lewis
had three sacks, a fumble
forced and a 38-yard fum-
ble recovery for a touch-
down.
"This group has really
come together as a team,"
Bell said. "We've got
some guys banged up and
we're getting some great
efforts from guys off the
bench. We-need everyone
to keep getting this kind of
effort every week."
Kickoff is set for 2
p.m. (EST) on Saturday. ,


INVITATION TO BID

.
Sealed bids will be received by the City of Jacksonville, Procurement
Division, 3rd floor, City Hall until the time and dates recorded below
and immediately thereafter publicly opened and recorded in the
Conference Room "C", 3rd Floor, St. James Building, 117 WEST
DUVAL STREET.


BUYER:

AGENCY:

CONTACT:

OPENS:
P.M.

BID:


IVY POSEY (904) 630-7533

JACKSONVILLE CHILDREN'S COMMISSION

CHANDRA BROWN-WARLICK 904-630-7260

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2008 AT 2:00


ESC-0323-09 SUMMER CAMP PROGRAMS FOR
THE JACKSONVILLE JOURNEY AND JCC


SCOPE OF WORK:

TO PROVIDE 6,100 SEATS TO SUPPORT QUALITY AND MEETING-
FUL SUMMER CAMP EXPERIENCES FOR LOW-INCOME AND/OR
SPECIAL NEEDS CHILDREN AT RISK ACADEMIC FAILURE AND
CRIME.

BIDDERS CONFERENCE:

DECEMBER 2, 2008 FROM 9:00 am. To 11:00 am., and December 3,
2008 from 6:00 pm. To 8:00 pm.

LOCATION: JACKSONVILLE CHILDREN'S COMMISSION CAM-
PUS, 1095 A. PHILIP RANDOLPH BLVD., JACKSONVILLE, FL 32206


BY: MICHAEL CLAPSADDLE, CHIEF
PROCUREMENT DIVISION


SWhere Florida Begins.


JOHN PEYTON, MAYOR
CITY OF JACKSONVILLE


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There : Always Something Happening. On The First Coast"


The Hester Group Turns 10
A decade of reaching people where they are. just as
they are with creatively tuned messaging...
It is a beautifully simple premise that Mrs. Hester
Clark has built up over the years touching the lives of
countless individuals in the Jacksonville area. Now. 10
years into owning her own company she realizes that
reaching people where they are, just as they are was the
best thing she could have done.
"It wasn't a term I set out to coin," she said. "I want-
ed to apply what I know about advertising and public
relations at the community level. I thought that we.
could reach so many people in a much better way."
Mrs. Clark said she knew that she could take a mes-
sage that's on paper, use her ideas and skills and wrap it
up into a creative and original product. "Good advertis-
ing should be accessible to everyone. There are so
many great things that happen at the grassroots commu-
nity level that never receive the type of attention they
deserve because they aren't packaged to garner atten-
tion," states Mrs. Clark.
Mrs. Clark founded The Hester Group on
December 28, 1998 just three days after Christmas. She
,said at the time she wasn't sure what the plan would be,
but added she knew what she wanted from her own
business. "I got a computer and printer for Christmas
and a few days later I went down and registered my
business. I was struggling with needing the flexibility
to raise my family and felt that my creativity is a gift
and that it was being stifled," stated Mrs. Clark. Since
that day she hasn't looked back.
The Hester Group's portfolio is comprised of
clients of all sizes and represents a wide range of indus-
tries locally, regionally and .nationally. The Hester
'Group has built a stellar reputation through superior
account service and one-on-one customer service. Mrs.
Clark said, "The internal structure in place at The
Hester Group, combined with staff experience and a
strong connection to the community keeps clients com-
ing back...again and again."
Mrs. Clark, who said her intention was never to be
the CEO of her own. company, said she's positive she
made the right choices in life thus far and credits God
and a plethora of mentors with the success of The
Hester Group. "When I decided to grow the company I
had the support there to help me excel. Fortunately, I
learned early not to try to do everything myself; there-
fore, relying on my brilliant "right hand man" Gregory
Bruce, our VP of Operations," states Mrs. Clark.
The Hester Group has grown from a single person
consultant business to its present 10 member staff.
Most recently Mrs. Clark announced the opening of a
second office in Washington, D.C. "Our goal is to take
the growth one day at a time, just as we have done in
Jacksonville," she said. "I truly trust God to continue to
lead the Hester Group. It is my prayer that The Hester
Group continues to be a vehicle for employment, cre-
ativity, legacy and stability in our community so that in
another 10 years we will be talking about the 20 year
anniversary of The Hester Group."
Congratulations to The Hester Group! We are so
very proud of their accomplishments to this communi-
ty and now to the nation.


The Hester Group celebrates 10years of creative service. (1- r) Ms. Carmen Mrs. LinnieFinley andRoland Wlson. Photo courtesy
White, Ms. Kimberly Taylor, Ms. Jennifer King, Ms. Candace Jarrett, of TLe Hester aGroup ola
Gregory Bruce, Ms. Carita Parks, Ms. Madelene Skinner, Mason Burnham,of e Hester Gro.
Mrs. Hester Clark (president) and Ms. Nancy Buenger. Photo courtesy of
The Hester Grouo. .,-. .. -.


Garick Nicholson and Ms. Monica Albertie. Photo courtesy of
The Hester Group.


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Ron Austin, Esquire, Mrs. Hester and John Clark. Photo cour-
tesy of The Hester Group.


Mses. Joanne Thayer. Marietta LeBlane and Angela Mack with
Gary Bryan. Photo courtesy of The Hester Group.


Ms. Melissa Loeffelholz, Ms. Madelene Skinner, Gregory Bruce, Ms. Jennifer King and Ms. Juliette Vaughn. Photo courtesy of
and Brendan Cumiskey. Photo courtesy of The Hester Group. The Hester Group.


Mesdames Lydia Dwight Wooden and Charlotte Dwight &ewart Photo
courtesy of The Hester Group.


The Hester Group'spresident, Mrs. Hester Clark, with husband,
John C(ark, celebrating the tenth anniversary of the company
and the opening of a second office in Washington, D.C. Photo
courtesy of The Hester Group.


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WHAT WERE YOU THINKING LADY?-
Police was flagged down in reference to an Auto
Theft that occurred near a hospital. After police
spoke to the victim, she told him that she parked
her vehicle, when she returned 30 minutes later.
she discovered that her car had been stolen.
Investigation revealed that, an unknown suspect
(s) gained entry into the victim's vehicle i f
through an unlocked front passenger's door. \
Officer spoke to the victim and she told him that
is the only door that is working on the vehicle at .
this time. Once inside, the suspects) started the OFFICE R
vehicle without a key. due to the ignition switch
being rigged to start without a key by the vic-
tim. After starting the vehicle, the suspects)
fled in an unknown direction. She was asked why she waited almost two hours to
report her car stolen and she stated. "My daughter and I have been riding around try-
ing to look for it first.': After checking towing and storage for the victim's car, police
found no results. A neighborhood canvass was not conducted, due to the victim
already speaking with friends in the area and they did not see or hear anything.
Patrol efforts were then suspended. All one is led to. hope for is hat' she has full
insurance coverage, if not than you're out of luck lady.

GEORGIA FAN'S OUTBURST LEADS TO AN ATTACK- Police arrived at a
bar to meet with a victim. The victim advised that as he was leaving the bar he. was
punched in the left side of his face by the fist of an unknown suspect. The victim
was at the bar watching the Florida/Georgia football game and while leaving was
cheering for Georgia, at which point, he was hit. The victim fell to the ground and
was unconscious for a few seconds. After waking up, the victim left. returned to
where he was staying, and called police. The listed witness advised he was at the
bar with the victim when the incident occurred. The listed witness' statement was
the same as the victims statement of what happened. During police investigation, he
observed small abrasions to the victims face and a chipped tooth. Case was not
cleared and patrol efforts were suspended.


F.1 ARIES
Opportunities to make
advancements through
good business sense are
apparent. You should be
able to get a lot done. Don't
let your partner start any
arguments. Passion should
be redirected positively.
Career changes may not be
your choice right now, but
in the long run they will be
to your advantage.

S CANCER
You can elaborate on your
creative ideas and get
involved in groups that
relate to the arts. Jealous
colleagues may try to under-
mine you. Don't put limita-
tions on yourself. This will
be a good day for research
and for sitting down with
some good, informative
reading material.

.ft. .LIBRA
You may have difficulties
with someone close to you.
Unforeseen changes in your
location are apparent. You
need adventure and excite-
ment in your life. Travel
will result in new romantic
attractions. Your lucky day
this week will be Saturday.



KH I CAPRICORN
.Get busy on those home
improvement projects that
you've been procrastinating
about. Holdf your temper
and refrain from doing any-
thing that might cause
injury. Your abihty to ferret
out secret information will
lead you to an inside scoop
on an amazing financial
deal. You will meet new
friends and enioy a multi-
tude of new activities.


I TAURUS
You \\ill attract ne\ lo\e
interests. Your tendency to
take on too much will end in
fatigue. Resist any idle chat-
ter. Take care of any paper-
work concerning institu-
tional or governmental
agencies. Your lucky day
this week will be
Wednesday.

LEO
Use your high energy and
dynamic approach to win
favors from superiors.
Disputes may start because
of a lack of honesty. Travel
will be favorable. Changes
in your domestic scene are


r GEllMNI
You are best to aoid con-
frontations. You can
increase the value of your
dwelling. Look into resi-
dential moves that will give
you more space. Romance
is likely if you can bring
yourself to go out with
friends. Your self esteem
will benefit. Friends will be
loyal and caring.
'VIRGO
You will tend to overeat this
week: Try to curb overindul-
gence this week. Be careful
not to get roped into uncer-
tain joint financial deals. Do
not get involved in joint
financial ventures.





I SAGITTARIUS
Romantic encounters will
develop through group
activity. You are best not to
retaliate if members of your
household are trying to pick
a fight. Get out and experi-
ence the spice of life. An
older member of the family
may need assistance.



) I PISCES ,
It's hard to stay mad if the
object of the anger refuses
to react. Get rich quick
schemes will not be suc-
cessful. If they don't want to
get involved, work by your-
self. Take a break; you can
finally mend any disputes
on the home front.


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NOTICE TO PUBLIC
November 9, 2008
NOTICE OF AMENDMENT TO CONSOLIDATED PLAN-ACTION PLAN

24 CFR Part 91.505 requires an amendment be made to the Consolidated Plan-Action Plan whenever changes
occur in the way the jurisdiction carries out its activities, and the changes be made available for public comment.
In compliance with this regulation, theCity of JacksonVille's Community Development Division of the Housing
and Neighborhoods Department announces the following revisions to the plan that may include the use of
program income and unexpended balances remaining from completed or cancelled projects approved in
previous years:
In accordance with Title III Division B of the Housing and Economic Recovery Act, 2008 (HERA) signed by the
president on July 30, 2008, Section 2301- Emergency Assistance for the Redevelopment of Abandoned and
Foreclosed Homes, HUD has assigned the Neighborhood Stabilization Program. The City of Jacksonville will be
awarded $26,175,317 under this program.
Funding amounts were determined by formula established by HUD using criteria specified by HERA. Allocation
needs are based on number and percent of home foreclosures, homes financed by a subprime mortgage and
homes in default or delinquency.
The five (5) eligible uses of the funds are as follows- 1) establish financing' mechanisms for purchase &
redevelopment of foreclosed upon homes & residential properties, 2) purchase and rehabilitate properties that
have'been abandoned or foreclosed upon, in order to sell, rent, or redevelop such homes and properties, 3)
establish land banks for homes that have been foreclosed upon, 4) demolish blighted structures, 5) redevelop,
demolished or vacant properties.
The draft Neighborhood Stabilization Program Substantial Amendment and Application for funding which
identifies specifically how the City of Jacksonville's Housing and Neighborhoods Department (HAND) will used
these funds, is available at the Main Library located at 303 N. Laura Street and the Housing and Neighborhoods
Department Office located at 214 N. Hogan Street, Suite 800 and the website at
www.coi.net/Departments/Housina+and+Neiahborhoods
Comments from affected citizens regarding the revisions are welcome and should be submitted in writing to
Wight Greger, Director, Housing and Neighborhoods Department at the above address no later than
November 23, 2008. Once the 15-day comment period has passed, this activity will be amended into the
document.


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Ar 3Pub ic He r ing

Not Mitnac aclt


Purpose
The purpose of the public hearing is to share
project information and seek comments
in a formal setting (public hearing) for the
proposed North Bus Maintenance Facility
adjacent to the intersection of Golfair Blvd.
and Davis Street.


Monday, November 10
4:30 p.m. 6 p.m.
Formal Presentation will start at 5:30 p.m.
Gateway Mall-Stage
(Near Bus Transfer Site)
5258 Norwood Avenue
Jacksonville, FL 32208


JTA is conducting the BRT North Bus Corridor study to evaluate and potentially implement
cost-feasible options for bus rapid transit north of downtown Jacksonville. The study transit
corridor extends from downtown Jacksonville north'along Boulevard Street to Gateway Mall
continuing north along Norwood Avenue/ Lem Turner Road ending south of Armsdale Road
(near 1-295).

Purpose
The purpose.of the public meeting is to kick-off the BRT North Bus Corridor Study (public
meeting), share project information, seek public comments, and present a study overview.


Monday, November 10
6 p.m. 7:30 p.m.
Gateway Mall-Stage
(Near bus transfer site)
5258 Norwood Avenue
Jacksonville, FL 32208


Monday, November 17
6 p.m.- 7:30 p.m.
FCCJ North Campus
Auditorium, Room C-126
4501 Capper Road.
Jacksonville, FL 32218


Meeting Format (Open House)
This open house will include materials on both projects. During the open house, there will be a
continuous looped slide show and other study materials available for review. Citizens are invited
to view the study materials, discuss the projects with staff, and provide comments. More
information can be obtained in the North Bus Maintenance Report and BRT North Bus Corridor
Scoping Booklet which will be available for review starting on October 20, 2008 on the JTA
website, www.jtafla.com, and at the locations listed below:


Jacksonville Transportation Authority
Administration Building
100 North Myrtle Avenue
Jacksonville, FL 32204


Tax Collector's Office
Gateway Shopping.Center
910 W. 44th Street
Jacksonville, FL 32208


INVITATION TO BID


Sealed bids will be received by the City of Jacksonville, Procurement Division, 3rd
floor, City- Hall until the time and dates recorded below and immediately
thereafter publicly opened and recorded in the Conference Room "C", 3rd
Floor, St. James Buildina, 117 WEST DUVAL STREET.


BUYER: Marilyn Laidler


(904)630-1746


AGENCY : Jacksonville Children's Commission

OPENS: Wednesday, November 19, 2008 AT 2:00 P.M.

BID NUMBER/(Title)
ESC-0314-09 Early Learning Program for the Jacksonville Journey

SCOPE OF WORK:
To provide coaching services to 25 child care centers in Zone 1 including
participating In; Quality Rating and Improvement System, career path
scholarships and opportunities, wage incentives, curriculum development and
environmental support and materials.

Provide mental health consultation process to the other coached centers in
Health Zone 1 (zip codes: 32202, 32204, 32206, 32208, 32209, and 32254) and the
additional 25 centers involving the families and center in the social and
emotional wellbeing of the child.


BY: MICHAEL CLAPSADDLE, CHIEF
PROCUREMENT DIVISION


JOHN PEYTON, MAYOR
CITY OF JACKSONVILLE


Accessibility
Anyone requiring special accommodations should contact Winova Hart-Mayer at 630 3185 or
email whart@jtafla.com no later than seven days prior to the meeting. Public participation is
solicited without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, or familial status.


Please Note: On Monday, November 10, 2008,
two meetings will be held at the Gateway Mall
Stage the North Bus Maintenance Facility
Public Hearing followed by the BRT North Bus
Corridor Project Public Meeting to kick-off
the study.
S100 North Myrtle Avenue,
Jacksonville Florida 32204
< Tel (904) 630-3185
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