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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Vol. 12, no. 13 [i.e. 39] (Jan. 6, 1962)-
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NORTHEAST FLORIDAS OLDEST, LARGEST, MOST READ AFRICAN AMERICAN OWNED NEWSPAPER The Florida Star P. O. Box 40629 Jacksonville, FL 32203 Looking for customers to patronize your business or utilize your services? If you answered YES, then you need to place an ad in The Florida or Georgia Star! CALL 904-766-8834 to place your ad TODAY!! Check, Money Order, Or Credit Cards Accepted Wish to give us a News Story? Call (904) 766-8834 or Send it to: Editorial...............................1 Church..........................2 Youth News...............................3 Community.....................10 Columns.............................10 Local-Florida............................7 Sports........................8 Local-Georgia........................9 Classified...............11 Business..................................12I N S I D E Presorted Standard U.S. Postage Paid Jacksonville, FL Permit No. 3617 Cant Get to the Store? Have The Star Delivered! Read The Florida and Georgia Star Newspapers. Listen to IMPACT Radio Talk Show. The peoples choice An Award Winning Publication serving you since 1951. Rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau VOLUME 67, NUMBER 29 OCTOBER 28 NOVEMBER 3, 2017 $1.00 Florida vs Georgia FootballSaturday, October 28, 3:30 P.M. on TV-CBS and EverBank Field, Jacksonville, FloridaBy OPIO SOKONI MSCJ, JD Duvals criminal justice system continues to fail black youth when compared to what judges, are doing in other counties in the state. Researchers found that Duval County arrested substantially more black youths 80 percent than white youths 64 percent when the crimes were eligible for a civil citation, causing a notable racial disparity. Too often, this happens because leaders do not want to talk about the racism that has always driven the actions of practitioners in the system. Some black leaders become quiet and even sell out black youth when brought to the table of The group Stepping Up 2017 released its third annual study on Monday. The group included the ACLU, the Southern Poverty Law Center, the James Madison Institute as well as other national and state organizations. Its research took a look at the use of civil citations. Civil citations replace jail with programs more conducive to youth and their future than incarceration and a criminal record. The study youth reoffending. The study states reduced last year as counties began to use civil citations and diversion offenders from cycling back through the system. White Youth had Highest Incidence of Arrests in State, Black Youth Arrests Highest in Duval Protest arises involving Howard University studentsBy ALLIEEEE TOLLIVER Howard University hosted its 150th Opening Convocation celebration on September 22, 2017 on the main campus at Cramton Auditorium. After the academic procession with music from the orchestra and choir, welcoming remarks were given by Reverend Dr. Bernard L. Richardson, President Frederick, and Stacey J. Mobley, Esq. With the introduction of James Comey from President Frederick, you can say begun. As soon as Comey took the stage to speak, protestors, known as HU Resist, broke out into chants that startled those in the auditorium. It caught the attention of all as the chants angered some speakers and even students enough to the point where a counter protest against the original protestors started. The former FBI Director attempted to speak over them, but his voice could not be heard unless you were sitting in one of the front rows. After many failed attempts, Comey allowed the protestors to speak and waited for them to halt. However, they did the opposite and kept repeating catchy, interesting sayings that made many news outlets before we even left the ceremony. With this, speech as the protesting went on. Finishing his talk, the protestors were escorted out by police and continued their peaceful argument outside. The choir sang again and the last remarks were given from President Frederick and Dr. Richardson. By the end of the convocation some were angered, confused, with a desire to know why place. It seems as if the protest led by Howard University students overshadowed the ceremony and led to many conversations. The University was celebrating 150 years of top graduates, worldwide. FAIL YOUTH, BLACKS Study Shows Local Prosecutors O ce Dr. Arnett Girardeau, Dentist and Pioneering Florida Politician PassesStory, page 5INSIDE Southern Womens Show Story, page 7 Please see Study, page 6 Jaguars Crush Colts 27-0Story, page 8 NORTHEAST FLORIDAS OLDEST, LARGEST, MOST READ AFRICAN AMERICAN OWNED NEWSPAPER Photo by Debby Wong Photo by Denise WilliamsTHE STARRep. Barbara Lee Calls Trumps Obamacare Executive Order Spiteful. Destructive. Cruel.By Freddie Allen NNPA Newswire livered two more gut punches to the going effort to knock out President Barack Obamas legacy. On the same day that Trump signed an executive order crafted to open up the health insurance marketplace to barely there plans that may leave tions, like HIV and AIDS, with higher premiums or priced out completely, the White House also announced plans to people to access quality health care. rate of uninsured nonelderly adults in quires health insurance companies to cover preventive services, like HIV Please see Health, page 6

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PAGE 2 THE STAR OCTOBER 28, 2017 The Church DirectoryCome and Worship With Us GREATER EL-BETHEL DIVINE HOLINESS CHURCH The Church Where Everybody Is SomebodyBishop Lorenzo Hall., Pastor723 W. 4th St. Jacksonville, Florida 32209 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3575 Jacksonville, Florida 32206 Telephone: (904) 359-0661 Home: (904) 358-8932 Cell: 710-1586Sunday 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 Come join Bishop Dr. Lorenzo Hall, Sr. every Wednesday and Thursday from 12:00 Noon to 1:00 PM for Prayer Meeting and Bible StudyGreater Macedonia Baptist Church of the NorthsideSenior Pastor Dr. Landon L. Williams, Sr. Located At 1880 W. Edgewood Ave. Jacksonvile, FL 32208. Phone: (904) 764-9257 Fax: (904) 768-1736 www.gmbc.net Faith In Our Community Listings are due the Tuesday before the next issue. Email submissions preferred. Send to: Info@TheFloridaStar.com New Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church 1824 Prospect Street Jacksonville, FL 32208Sunday School ..............:30 a.m. SUNDAY MORNINGIntercessory Prayer .............10:45 a.m. Morning Worship ................11:00 a.m. YOUTH CHURCH 2nd & 3rd Sundays (Old Sanctuary) Tuesday Pastoral Bible Study .....7:00 p.m. Rev. Dr. Marion A. Wise, Senior Pastor Rev. Joe Calhoun, Pastor Emeritus (904) 764-5727 Church Email: newbethlehemmb@att.net Web: newbethlehemmb.com Ken NortonAugust 9, 1943 September 18, 2013 Ken Norton died at age 70 years old on 6/14/2017 at facility in Henderson, Nevada, according to Gene Kilroy, who had managed Ali and more recently visited Norton as he recovered from a stroke. Bernie CaseyJune 8, 1939 September 19, 2017 Bernie Casey, best known for his scene-stealing role in Revenge of the Nerds and as Sucka, has died at the age of that he died peacefully in a Los Angeles hospital Tuesday, surrounded by loved ones. Robert GuillaumeNovember 30, 1927 October 24, 2017 Emmy and Grammy award winning actor Robert Guillaume died at the age of 89 from prostate cancer. He is best known for the voice and for roles in Benson, The St. Philips Episcopal Celebrate Edward Waters College Day 321 West Union Street will celebrate Edward Waters College Day at 4:00 p.m., Sunday, October 29th. The celebration is a major component of the Outreach Program at St. Philips and marks the Tenth year the concert has been held. The celebration will feature the Edward Waters College Concert Choir directed by Dr. Charles Toomer; musical selections to be performed include classical, sacred gospel, modern, and traditional African American. The concert is free to the public; for those so inclined. For additional information, at 904-354-1053. ----------------------------------Attention Family ALL FREE Monthly Food Give Away @ Pleasant Grove Baptist Church The last Saturday of every month. 8:00 AM 10:00 AM Next Event: Sat, Oct 28, 2017 5644 Trout River Blvd Intersection of Sibbald Road. I reservist or active duty important to know that there be eligible for when buying a home. Veterans and service members have earned the opportunity to become that they are well-informed available to them, says Greg Murray, military mortgage program manager at Wells Fargo, who is also a U.S. Navy veteran. the top four things to know when buying a home. education resources designed for military personnel and veterans. Take advantage of these free online resources so you can be a savvier home shopper. For example, Wells on topics like banking basics and smart spending, also contains a comprehensive guide on home-buying. qualify for a loan, talk to a lender. Be sure to tell the lender that you have served or are currently serving in the military. They can inform you about the options available to you, such (VA) loan. A VA loan is a home loan guaranteed by the federal government, designed to help military obtain homeownership. They can sometimes be obtained with zero down payment. Gifts or grants can be used to help cover down payment and closing costs, subject to program requirements, and no mortgage insurance is required. of the low-to-no-down-payment mortgage options available through VA loans. Indeed, more than 21 million veterans and service members live in the U.S., however, over the past them bought a home using a VA home loan, according to the This may be due to the common myth that active duty service members, National Guard members and reservists are not eligible for VA loans (in fact, they may be eligible). Many also are unaware that unmarried, surviving spouses of veterans who died as a result of service or service-related causes are also eligible. Individual banks, not the to work with a lender who understands your needs and makes you feel comfortable. A specialized team member who understands unique military needs, such as a Wells Fargo Military Lending Specialist, can help you make the most of earned, says Murray. Developing a relationship with this lender is also a good idea, as you may later choose to (IRRRL) program. To learn more, visit wellsfargo.com/military. If homeownership seems daunting, remember that taking logistically viable. (StatePoint) PERSONAL FINANCE4 Things Vets and Service Members Need to Know When Buying a Home Antoine Fats Domino, Jr. February 26, 1928 October 24, 2017 Legendary artist Fats Domino has died age 89, according to local reports from New Orleans. The American singer, pianist and recording artist pioneered rock and roll and inspired countless death, saying he died peacefully surrounded by family. OBITUARYFamous People who have passed on. www.blackrefer.com

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OCTOBER 28, 2017 THE STAR PAGE 3 Youthful Enthusiasm About Black-owned Bank Leads to Growing National Business I often say children represent the hope of what a community can become. But many of us know it takes a village to get there to ensure our children receive the best education possible, both in and outside the classroom. In recent years, we have seen tremendous progress in student achievement. High school graduation rates are on the rise. In fact, over the last four years alone, the number of students who graduated in Duval County increased by 11 percentage points, according to the Florida Department of Education. And while reading, math and science are all core areas of education that are critically important to our childrens futures, we must also make sure they receive the right their fullest potential. We dont have to look very far to see why this is so important. In many Jacksonville neighborhoods, I see that poor ingrained as a cultural norm, particularly within lowincome African-American households. For decades, our young people watched their parents, grandparents and other relatives rely on check cashers, money orders and services to access their money and to pay bills. These unbanked or underbanked families often spend nearly 10 percent of their income annually on the fees associated with these Thats the same percentage the average family spends on food every year. And yet, these facts do not account for the impact the abundance services providers has on neighborhoods in terms of being destinations where people want to live. I realize we have to meet people where they are and for many years, these services seemed like the only option for a variety of reasons. In some cases, it was that traditional banks were absent from neighborhoods. In others, people didnt trust them or had bad experiences in the past. Whatever the reason, we must help our children develop healthier break the cycle of poverty that perpetuates when check cashers and alternative sole options for people. And there are ways to do that. For example, while many families have littleto-no access to mainstream own smartphones. Combined with a good prepaid card, instead of using a check casher, they can have their paycheck deposited on the card. And instead of purchasing a money order, they can use that card and their smartphone to pay bills online or with an app. This does, however, require those same communities to have adequate access to technology platforms. But Ill save that for another conversation. Bottom line, its not an either-or choice the two go hand in hand. Adult family members must set the example for how children can manage their money, save, budget and, ultimately, reinvest in their community. The First Coast YMCA particularly the James Weldon Johnson Branch and Tiger Academy, the YMCAs charter school has made part of the families and students we serve a focal point of our work. Through FROODERUDWLRQV\ZLWK\003\277QDQFLDO\003 institutions like VyStar and Fifth Third Bank around \277QDQFLDO\003OLWHUDF\\000DQG\003VLPSOH\003 saving tips that consider IDPLOLHV\266\003\277VFDO\003FDSDFLW\)65.9(\017\003 weve made inroads. Although small, each step forward counts. Sometimes, its easy to keep doing things the way theyve always been done. But together as a village, we can help our children see a new way and pave the way for Jacksonvilles brightest tomorrow. Dr. Irvin PeDro Cohen is the vice president of social responsibility at the First Coast YMCA. By Hazel Trice EdneyMarcus Howard and Charles Hands III, friends and colleagues since their days as students at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, became increasingly amazed as they read a book about the history of Black business ownership in Durham, N.C. In the early 20th Century, a hub called Black Wall Street bustled with Black economic vitality. Enthralled with the information, the two young professionals dug deeper and were shocked to discover that at least one of the businesses, Mechanics and Farmers (M&F) Bank, is now 110 years old and is still thriving in 2017 with Greatly inspired, Howard and Hands decided to go banking. Wed read about Black Wall Street and the millionaires and the business owners. And we said, Wait a minute, these African-American neighborhoods and prosperity. Why cant we get back to that? Thats why we went right to the bank looking to put our money in there, said Howard in an interview during the 90th anniversary of the National Bankers Association (NBA), a D.C.based organization of minority owned banks. But when the 26-year-olds walked into M&F Bank to start the process of making deposits, they became disillusioned. Despite the fact that the historic Mechanics and Farmers Bank was still prospering and holding its own in a world of large white-owned banks, it had not kept up with advanced technologies and 21st century customer service methods. what wed pictured, says Howard. What we saw though was solvable. We knew that, okay, we can create a solution for it and we can help build it up to what we believe it could be and what we imagined it was while we were reading. So, instead of walking out of the bank and bashing it on social media, Howard and Hands seized the opportunity. They decided to reach out to the banks leaders in a way that would get their attention. We didnt email, we didnt call, said Hands. We wrote a hand-written letter to the CEO and we got a call back. That call came from James Sills III, president/ CEO of M&F Bank. Then came a series of meetings between Sills, the two millennials and a new life for all involved. It resulted in the formation of the M&F Bank Millennial Advisory Board. It has also sprung into a brand new business called Engage Millennials, a consulting company that helps businesses to Co-founded by Marcus Howard and Charles specializing in social media, millennial strategic planning and millennial marketing. This is very important because these are our future leaders, says M&F Bank President Sills. We need the energy. We need new customers. All businesses need new customers in order to survive. Partnering with this group; plus the other eight members of our millennial advisory board will help us in the area of technology and marketing. Theyre learning something from us and were learning something from them. I think every bank is trying to tap into that group. I think Thats where the National Bankers Association comes in. NBA President Michael Grant sees such value in Engage Millennials, that he is working to connect the company with all of the NBA member banks. Charles and Marcus are following the cardinal for getting millennials to support Black banks. They are committed to the success of these banks because they want the banks to reach more consumers so that African-Americans can become Its been several years since Hands and Howard graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Hands, originally from Wilmington, N.C., has since graduated from law school and now practices real estate and business law. Howard, from St. Louis, is now studying for a doctorate in educational policy and human development with a research focus in STEM education and the preparedness of teachers in low income, predominately African-American communities. Despite their career paths, they exude yet another cardinal rule for entrepreneurs passion about their product. They agree that their enthusiasm will be key to getting their messages across to their friends and contemporaries. The attitude of millennials about Black banks is they dont know about them, says Howard. And so, one of the things that we want to do is make it known to the public that there are Black because a lot of these Black banks give right back into the community. And we want them to know that the bank that you currently are banking with may not be the best for your particular community. And so were kind of saying, Hey you need to support an institution that cycles money back into your community. The two young men say they have received positive reinforcements from friends. All of our friends are super excited and impressed by what were doing, says Hands. I to even further is if you do your own business and world. Howard adds, Again, not many of our friends knew about Black banks and so when we started this and started working with this, a lot of our friends started putting money in Black banks because they too believed in our vision. So thats a part of what Engage Millennials is about. Our friends are sending that message to their friends and continuing to further the vision of a revitalization of economic power for the Black community. It appears obvious that at some point prospective clients at White-owned banks and other corporations will seek the wisdom of Engage Millennials. But, Howard and Hands say they prefer to remain focused. What were doing is mission driven. Our mission is to build up Black communities, says Hands. Engage Millennials is to attract the millennials so that the banks can capitalize on the spending power of millennials to uplift the Black community and to revitalize the community so that we can see the communities that we read about in the 1920s and the Reconstruction Period. Thats what we want to see and thats our vision. Not to say that we wouldnt maybe create some solution whereby they can help us further our mission. For us its really not about the money. Its about the vision that we have for our community. Meanwhile, both Engage Millennials and the Black-owned banks will maintain relationships We also learn from them. We learn how boards are run, weve learned how CEOs of banks think, how banks run, how banks make money, says Howard. And what they get in return is marketing strategies and technological solutions from millennials. He concludes, it takes humility and openness from both sides: It takes the leaders of these banks who are currently in power to let us in. Thats why we give credit to Jim Sills of M&F Bank because he saw our vision. He let us in, he let us help. Its a twoway street ... And thats the story. (TriceEdneyWire.com) Black History Spotlight Rufus J. Weaver By Denise WilliamsRufus Jack Weaver was the inventor of the stair-climbing wheelchair, U.S. patent #3411598-A. In addition, he was one of submariners to serve on a U.S. Navy submarine during World War II. Weaver was born in March of 1927 in Louisville, KY to George H.A. and Jennie Mae Washington Weaver. His mother died when he was a toddler and after living to live with his grandparents until his 14th birthday. Later he enrolled in the Navy in 1945 and served on R-1. He retired from the Navy in 1965 as a chief steward. As a chief steward, he supervised working in the storeroom, pantry, and kitchen on the vessel with the exception of the ships cook. Immediately following his military service, he landed company where he remained for 25 years. In 1954 he married Margurite A. Weaver and relocated to New London, CT. The couple Charles, Eric, Katherine, Henry, and Jimmy. It was there he created his stair climbing wheelchair and applied for a patent in 1966. He was granted the patent in November of 1968. His invention had a selfpropelling drive to move the chair up and down staircases. He is also credited with creating the prototype for the helicopter, which was later improved by inventor Paul E. Williams (U.S. patent #3065933 A) who was employed at Lockheed. It was model 186 (XH-51). Weaver died in New London, CT on October 18, 2008, at the age of 81. He of all trades and dabbled in several other pursuits. In addition to inventor, he was an amateur writer and portrait artist. Un-dated photo of Rufus Weaver during his tenure in the U.S. Navy during WWII. Marcus Howard and Charles Hands (center), co-founders of Engage Millennials, have James Sills III, president/CEO. National Bankers Association (NBA) President Michael Grant introduced Marcus Howard and Charles Hands III to NBA bankers during the organizations 90th Anniversary celebration. Op-ed: When Cultural Norms Prove Financially Costly

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PAGE 4 THE STAR OCTOBER 28, 2017 By Aleta TurnerOh baby! There is a baby boom taking place in Hollywood among our favorite celebrities. If you have followed along you already know how Queen Beys pregnancy announcement of twins set an Instagram record for most-liked photograph. Thanks to social media, celebrities continue to share snippets of their life allowing everyone to easily tap the like button or leave comments of outpouring love. As the baby bump photographs continue to pour in month by month, other celebrities like Serena Williams continue to share the most adorable ussies. Seeing images of minority women being uplifted in the media as they embrace their role as mothers is important to our society. This summer, Serena Williams posed for Vanity Fair magazine showcasing her baby bump and love for husband, Alexis Ohanian. The message that women can be mothers and juggle their successful careers as an athlete, singer, actress, broadcast journalist, working professional or entrepreneur, is exactly what millennials and coming-of-age girls need to be exposed to through television and print. There needs to be more conversations and continue to showcase the beauty of every woman. The 2017 Baby Boom Celebrity List Janet Jackson welcomed baby boy, Eissa Al Mana in January 2017. Jackson is currently performing shows on her State of the World Tour, which is set to stop in Jacksonville on December 12. Keisha Knight Pulliam welcomed a baby girl, Ella Grace in January 2017. Pulliam is best known for her role as Rudy Huxtable on The Cosby Show. Hoda Kotb, TODAY show anchor adopted a baby girl Haley Joy in February 2017. Kotb is a breast cancer survivor. Ciara welcomed baby girl, Sienna Princess with husband, Russell Wilson in April 2017. Ciara has a threeyear-old son, Future Zahir Wilburn with rapper, Future. Future Zahir has recently landed a modeling gig with GapKids. Beyonc and rapper, Jay-Z welcomed twins Rumi (girl) and Sir Carter (boy) in June 2017. The couple Serena Williams gave birth to baby girl, Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr. in September 2017. As you may Celebrities currently expecting are:Eniko Hart, wife of comedian Kevin Hart Mindy Kaling, writer and producer of The Mindy Project Antonia Toya Wright, former wife of Lil Wayne Aleta Turner is a Jacksonville native, entrepreneur and communications professional. She resides in Jacksonville with her husband, Glenn Turner Jr. and two sons. Connect on Twitter and Instagram: @AletaTurner Newly redesigned FL Driver License and ID cardSafe, Secure, ConvenientJacksonville, Fla., October 23, 2017 Michael Corrigan, Duval County Tax Collector, announced that Duval County is one of the the exception of Gateway, are issuing the new Driver License and ID cards now. The Gateway Branch will have the new card system installed by the end of October. The new Driver License and ID card will be available at all service centers throughout Florida and online by the end of the year. The new Driver License and ID card has almost double the security features than the current credential and is the most secure over the counter credential on the market today, Corrigan said. Florida residents are only required to replace their current drivers license or ID card if it has expired or a change is needed such as a name or address change. To view all the new secure features, visit the Florida Department design such as the new designation symbols, Corrigan said. For more information on the Duval County Tax Collectors FLORIDA THEATRE ANNOUNCES NEW FILM PROJECTCIVIC CINEMA THE FOUR-MOVIE SERIES IS FREE TO THE PUBLIC CIVIC CINEMA FEATURES ISSUEORIENTED HOLLYWOOD CLASSICS, FOLLOWED PANEL DISCUSSIONS WITH LOCAL EXPERTS Jacksonville, Fla. The Florida Theatre is pleased to announce a new project, Civic Cinema, a series of four classic issue-oriented Hollywood movies. Each screening is free, and will be followed by a panel discussion of local experts on the movies subject. The four inaugural Civic Cinema presentations are: November followed by a panel discussion on the state of race relations in panel discussion on Jacksonville and the environment; September LGBTQ rights and relations in Jacksonville. Made possible by support from The Florida Times-Union, all Civic Cinema screening are free and open to the public. Projection for the Civic Cinema series is donated by AVL Productions of Jacksonville. The community can receive free Civic Cinema tickets by calling Street. The Florida Theatre has a national reputation as one of the most attended performance venues in the country, said Florida Theatre to go beyond entertainment, to engage in the civic life of our city, and be a catalyst for productive dialogue. Saisselin continued, We are extremely fortunate to have full funding for this project from The Florida-Times Union, which Nusbaum has been committed to the civic life of Jacksonville, particularly downtown, and he bought into this idea right away. 7:00 p.m. with All the Presidents Men. Directed by Alan J. Pakula Lights, Camera, Baby Boom! SGR Honored with Outstanding Pro Bono Service Award by Jacksonville Area Legal Aid ATLANTASmith, Gambrell & Russell, LLP (SGR) is pleased to recognized with an Outstanding Pro Bono Service Award by Jacksonville Area Legal Aid (JALA). The award Robert J. Beckham Equal Justice Awards Celebration in recognition of SGRs extensive pro bono legal work through the organization. provided legal expertise to a number of JALAs volunteer programs, including the SGR-pioneered JALA Tenant/Landlord Pro Bono Project. The to low-income people in the community through their consistent involvement with JALA. Mr. Cummings is a Partner in SGRs Litigation Practice, where he represents clients in a variety of litigation matters in the state and federal courts, with practice areas including complex commercial litigation, contract disputes, creditors rights, trust and probate litigation, personal injury and wrongful death, products liability, premises liability, and insurance-related litigation. Mr. Brust serves as Managing Partner of SGRs Jacksonville of all types, including partnership and shareholder disputes, More News All Celeb Photos from Instagram

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OCTOBER 28, 2017 THE STAR PAGE 5 Pick up a weekly ad for the rundown on our current specialsincluding BOGOs! Available in stores or online at publix.com/savingstyle. Senator Aaron Bean (R-Fernandina Beach) has received the Delores Barr Weaver Policy Centers 2017 See the Girl Legislator of the Year Award. The See the Girl Legislator of the Year Award recognizes leadership has brought The Delores Barr Weaver Policy Center presented the award to Senator Bean Floridas girls during the 2017 legislative session. receive the 2017 See the Girl Legislator of the Year Barr Weaver Policy Center, said Senator Bean. Far too often in our society, the unique needs of girls are overlooked approach is applied in our better, which is why I for Floridas girls and the Delores Barr Weaver Policy Center. Senator Bean represents Senate District 4, which includes parts of Nassau and Duval Counties. He can be contacted in Tallahassee at (850) 4875004 or in his District Senator Aaron Bean Receives Delores Barr Weaver Policy Centers 2017 Legislator of the Year AwardSen. Bean was recognized for supporting the Policy Center and Floridas girls Jacksonville native and Florida civil rights hall Elysus Girardeau passed away on Wednesday after a long life of public service and distinction. A lifelong Girardueau received a B.S. great Howard University. He also did graduate work at Wayne State and Fisk Universities. Girardueau is in the Florida House of years as a senator, he served as Senate president pro and would never know the standing tall and facing racist violence, he participated in ins. He also was involved in the race riot called Ax Handle Saturday that took place in state senator elected to the Florida State House since Conference of Black State Legislators. Not just another politician, done. For instance, Girardeau the congressional districts Congress as a result. This the issues of those who had been left out. This was Redistricting. As the young begin to research the greats who for all people, Dr. Arnett the blows and keep going. talented and thoughtful native sons rest in peace. We us for sharing his life with the Dr. Girardueaus Florida Medical, Dental and Dental Society, Dental Florida State Dental Association, board of Directors, Florida Junior College Dental Assists Board of Governors, Howard Arts and Sciences Board of Trustees, Florida/Africa Trade a Vice President of the NAACP, served on the board of directors Some of Dr. Girardueaus Jackson Urban League Award, Gallant Ladies of Pittsburgh Award for Work in Education Received the Jacksonville Phi Delta Kappa National Sorority Award for Dedicated Florida Medical Dental and KDUPDFHXWLFDO\$ZDUG \WXGHQW\003*RYHUQPHQW\003 Award State Action Council Award Jacksonville Area Sickle Cell Association Honors EWC Annual Founders Day Duval Teachers United &HUWL\277\003FDWH\003RI\003$SSUHFLDWLRQ Florida Dental Association outstanding Contribution to the Legislature Florida Chiropractic $VVRFLDWLRQ\003XWVWDQGLQJ\003 Contribution to Quality Award Fourth Florida Caribbean Dr. Arnett Girardeau, Dentist and Pioneering Florida Politician Passes Photo: Senator Bean receiving the award from Dr. Lawanda Ravoira (President & CEO of Delores Barr Weaver Policy Center, left side of picture) and Kristin Murray (Care Manager of Delores Barr Weaver Policy Center, right side of picture). Dr. Arnett Girardeau In this picture, Dr. Girardeau is standing beside The Florida Star owner Clara McLaughlin at the release of the movie Selma. Trailblazers were brought together for a discussion on the current state of voting and civil rights. (L-R) Dr. Arnett Girardeau, Clara McLaughlin, Dr. Wendell Holmes. Jackie Holmes, Chevarra Orrin, Mia Jones and Rep. Corrine Brown

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PAGE 6 THE STAR OCTOBER 28, 2017 PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE Tentative Five Year Work Program Florida Department of Transportation District Two & Florida s Turnpike Enterprise The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) will conduct a workshop and public hearing pursuant to Section 339.135(4)(c), Florida Statutes, to consider the Department s (District Two and Florida s Turnpike Enterprise) Tentative Five Year Work Program for Fiscal Years 2018/2019 2022/2023, and to consider the necessity of making any changes to the Work Program. All persons are invited to attend and be heard. Public Hearing Thursday, October 19, 2017 from 4:30 P.M. to 6:30 P.M. FDOT District Two Urban Office Training Facility 2198 Edison Avenue, Jacksonville, FL This meeting will serve as the official public hearing for the Tentative Five Year Work Program. There will be a brief presentation at 6:00 p.m., followed by a public comment period. Department staff will be on hand to answer questions or concerns for all projects in District Two with a focus on the following counties: Public Workshop Tuesday, October 24, 2017 from 4:30 P.M. to 6:30 P.M. FDOT District Two Office Madison Room 1109 S. Marion Avenue, Lake City, FL This meeting will be conducted as an open house. There will not be a presentation of the Tentative Five Year Work Program. Department staff will be on hand to answer questions or concerns for all projects in District Two with a focus on the following counties: Public participation is solicited without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability or family status. Persons who require special accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act or persons who require translation services (free of charge) should contact Stephen Browning at (800) 749 2967 ext. 7455 at least 7 days before the meeting. If you cannot make the hearing or workshop, visit our website at www.d2wpph.com to get information and submit comments. Comments will be received by the Department at the hearing or workshop, our website www.d2wpph.com or by mail until November 20, 2017 Written comments should be addressed to: Mr. Greg Evans, FDOT District Two Secretary 1109 S. Marion Avenue, Mail Station 2000 Lake City, FL 32025 5874 (800) 749 2967 ext. 7800 Greg.Evans@dot.state.fl.us FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Alachua Gilchrist Madison Bradford Hamilton Suwannee Columbia Lafayette Taylor Dixie Levy Union Baker Nassau Clay Putnam Duval St. Johns The City of Jacksonville will host the annual FloridaGeorgia football game on Saturday, Oct. 28 at 3:30 p.m. at EverBank Field where the University of Florida will University of Georgia. The annual tradition has taken place in Jacksonville since 1933, and is considered to be one of college footballs The Florida-Georgia game is a tradition that Jacksonville is honored to continue, said Mayor Lenny Curry. This is not just a game to our residents, its a point of pride, bringing community members together to enjoy and celebrate a shared love and history. Florida-Georgia weekend festivities will include not only the game, but other events and activities such as the 22nd Annual FloridaGeorgia Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony presented by Ruths Chris Steak House RV City presented by Coors Light and the FloridaGeorgia Fan Experience, a free interactive destination featuring sponsor activations and ESPNs SEC Nation with hosts Laura Rutledge, Tim Tebow, Marcus Spears and ESPN radios Paul Finebaum. In addition, Dailys Place will host a concert on Friday night featuring the band Brand New. For information, visit DailysPlace. com. The City of Jacksonville will host six Sideline Safety Zones in the Sports Complex and throughout downtown Jacksonville. The Sideline Safety Zones will provide free assistance ranging from information and directions, telephone service, cell phone charging stations, snacks, water and more. Due to tailgating and weekend activities, game heavy and fans are strongly HQFRXUDJHG\003WR\003DUULYH\003\300\003YH\003 hours early. Fans should consider utilizing transportation alternatives such as the JTA Gameday Xpress or the River Taxi. Information regarding pricing, stop locations and other transportation services can be found online. For a complete listing of weekend events and activities along with locations and hours of operation for the Sideline Safety Zones and city transportation services, visit FLGAjax.com.Gators and Bulldogs to square off on Saturday, October 28 Radio legend Tom Joyner announces retirementRadio legend Tom Joyner, the Fly Jock, has announced that he is retiring. The DJ announced that he had signed a twoyear contract to continue working on his Tom Joyner Morning Show, but that contract would be his last. Im putting in my twoyear notice, Joyner said in a statement on his Fly Jock Blog on Blackamericaweb. com. At the end of 2019, will be the end of the Tom Joyner Morning Show. Im retiring, and for the next two years, were going to reminisce, go down Memory Lane and talk about all the things that weve done for the past 25 years, he added. Joyner earned the name Fly Jock after he collected more than 7 million frequent flyer miles flying back and forth between Dallas and Chicago to host two different radio shows every day for eight years. While Joyner is retiring from radio, that doesnt mean he will be retiring from activism, where he continues to help with voter registration drives and fundraising for HBCUs. Tom Joyner The recidivism rate for juvenile civil citations has dropped to as low as 4 percent, compared to the recidivism for post arrest diversion that has been as high as 12 percent, the report found. In Florida, white youth had the highest incidence of arrests while Hispanic youth had the highest rate of civil citation at 61 percent. Black youth had a 52 percent rate of civil citation. Low-level crimes like shoplifting, vandalism or possessing marijuana dropped youth not being treated as adults in the system. For example, the recidivism rate for seven of the most common youth offenses doubles when youths are arrested. The study shows that for the second year in a row, MiamiDade and Pinellas counties issue civil citations to 94 percent of all kids caught in low-level crimes. During the same period, the counties with the worst record were Duval, Hillsborough and Orange. There is also an economic angle that so many in Duval county seem to not understand. We save taxpayers money by being smart on crime versus the old, tough and dumb racist way. For instance, the study shows that between July 2013 and December 2016, the state saved between $56 million and $176 million by diverting kids from prison and into civil-citation programs. This means that every time a youth arrest is avoided and a civil citation is issued instead, taxpayers save between $1,468 and $4,614. Executive Director of ACLU of Florida, Howard Simon, stated that Given the fact that arresting youth for minor misbehavior is the least effective approach and is counterproductive, our No. 1 recommendation is that every county should be developing a policy in which a use of civil citation is the presumptive norm. The report stated that law enforcement agencies should be required to document, justify and obtain supervisory approval before making youth arrests. Nevertheless, racists in a racialized system will ways to punish and ruin the future lives of black children. This same type of agency is used to ensure that white kids are not permanently ruined by the same criminal justice system. (Opio Sokoni teaches criminology as an adjunct professor at Jacksonville University)StudyContinued from page 1 workforce; and an increase in funding for community health centers, an important safety net for low-income individuals and families, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Now many health-care advocates fear that those gains will be lost as Trump continues to slash key provisions of the ACA. The White House press secretary issued a statement that said there is no appropriation for cost-sharing-reduction payments to insurance companies under Obamacare. The bailout of insurance companies through these unlawful payments is yet another example of how the previous administration abused taxpayer dollars and skirted the law to prop up a broken system, the statement reads. Congress needs to repeal and replace the disastrous Obamacare law and provide real relief to the American people. The reaction was swift from health-care advocates, with some suggesting that Trumps actions would effectively segregate Blacks and people living with HIV in high-risk insurance pools. HIV/AIDS advocacy groups urged their constituents to write contact the attorneys general in their states to demand legal action to protect the ACA. In a statement about Trumps refusal to fund the cost-sharing-reduction subsidies, Neera Tanden, president and CEO of the Center for American Progress, said that Trump and Republican leaders in Congress have proved that they will do everything in their power to take away health care from hardworking Americans. This is an unprecedented action: The president of the United States is purposefully hurting millions of the people he is supposed to serve by driving up their health-care costs, Tanden said. All to further his petty, political agenda and to undo Obamacare. Tanden added: People will recognize that Trumpwho has spent every last second of his presidency trying to tear down the ACAis the one solely responsible for breaking health care in America, and congressional Republican leaders have stood by and watched him hurt Americans families while refusing to help them. Trump said that the executive order would increase choice and increase access to lowerpriced, high-quality healthcare options and would cost the United States government virtually nothing. The order promises to expand access to association health plans; increase the availability of short-term, limited duration insurance plans; and also expand the availability and permitted use of health reimbursement accounts. Association health plans allow small-business owners to pool their resources to buy health insurance plans; the plans may also be available to individual buyers. The association health plans offer greater which in the past has led to a race to the bottom, with some associations offering lowercost plans that covered virtually nothing, a former insurance regulator told Vox. Policy experts warn that together, these changes could represent a serious threat to Obamacare: Trump wants to open more loopholes for more people to buy insurance outside the health care laws markets, which experts anticipate would destabilize the market for customers who are left behind with higher premiums and fewer insurers, Vox reported. Thats because industry watchers believe that younger, to the cheaper plans that offer Topher Spiro, vice president for health policy and a senior fellow for economic policy at the Center for American Progress, says that Trump is trying to take us back to the bad old days before the Affordable Care Act, when coverage wasnt there when you needed it, and people who were older or had pre-existing conditions faced sky-high costs.HealthContinued from page 1

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OCTOBER 28, 2017 THE STAR PAGE 7 Staci Anderson, Ms. Senior Jacksonville 2017 pictured with Sabrina Walker Ms. Senior Diva 2017 Story and Photos by Denise WilliamsI ts that time of year when the ladies take over the Prime Osborn to attend the Southern Womens Show 2017! This year the show drew over of Jacksonville and surrounding counties an opportunity to shop til they dropped. A portion of the shows sponsors were concerned the event would have a poor turnout in the wake of Hurricane Irma but the ladies were lined up before the show began on Thursday morning to bond with friends and family vendors. The attendees came from all over the east coast to see what unique and fun gifts they could purchase. There were a plethora of activities to engage in during the show that catered to nearly every participant. Olympic gymnast Laurie Hernandez drew much excitement as she met with her fans, signed autographs and posed the 2016 Summer Olympic Games with the U.S. Womens gymnastics team. She won the gold medal in the team event and the individual silver medal on the balance beam. chefs serving up some amazing dishes every half hour! The spotlight stage showcased crafters, meet and greets, book signings and a mosaic trivet demonstration. The models of Dangerous Curves Jacksonville graced the fashion & entertainment stage bringing fashions for the plus-sized woman. Their show and the sassy brought garnered cheers and applause from the audience. Other fashion presentations were made by generational clothing options. The apparel in misses, petite and plus sizes. In addition, both shows and evening, career and casual. The Jacksonville Fire Fighters are a staple at the Southern Womens Show and this year Entertainment stage up to thirty minutes before the show to secure a seat. These bold ladies screamed, shrieked and fully examined the overwhelm them with monetary donations for various charities, the feeds with videos and pictures of the show. This show drew the largest crowd of all the stages in the show while remaining fun and quite risqu. It was obvious the ladies had a blast while connecting with Chevrolet encouraged participants to take a vehicle test drive for ten dollar gift cards. Bright Futures, funded by the Florida Lottery were in attendance, educating the attendees about the program and Dr. Ted Brink & Associates gave on Saturday to raise awareness concerning vision health. The Southern Womens show is holiday shopping season on the \&RDVW\003DQG\003WKLV\003\\000HDU\266V\003RruHULQJ\003 was a huge success. Four Days of Bliss!Southern Womens Show Jacksonville 2017 Pictured left to right: Emeka Nicholas who sells The Florida Star newspaper at the 7512 Lem Turner Rd.Walgreens and Womens show attendee Quiana Wilson Karen Washington of Dangerous Curves Jacksonville at the Southern Womens Show Pictured left to right: Lynnel Little, attendee and Carol Pinckney attendee and new subscriber to The Florida Star newspaper Winners of the mother daughter contest. Pictured left to right: Amariya Hancock (daughter) and Angela Hancock (Mom) Henny from The Chat hosted the fashion segment for Dangerous Curves Jacksonville on the left) and Henny from The Chat LaKecia Walker owner of Simply KeSay Boutique showcased fashions on the Fashion & Entertainment stage at the Southern Womens Show

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PAGE 8 THE STAR OCTOBER 28, 2017 SPORTS Jacksonville Jaguars Crush Indianapolis Colts 27-0 By DARRELL BAKER The Florida Star The Jacksonville Jaguars (43) ended a four-game losing streak at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on Sunday. The victory, spearheaded by Blake Bortles season-high 330 yards and one touchdown, and a relentless defense that smothered the Colts quarterback, Jacoby Brissett, for ten sacks, kept them atop the AFC South. Despite being without rookie running back Leonard Fournette, (out with a sprained right ankle), the Jaguars were behind T.J. Yeldons 122yard rushing performance and Bortles 330-yard air campaign. But it was the defense that was the highlight of the game. The Colts Brissett would be sacked ten times, the most the Colts have allowed since moving to Indianapolis. The Colts found themselves in trouble early on getting outplayed on both sides of the ball. They had no answer to the Jaguars defense, unable to protect Brissett well enough to establish any momentum or consistency on offense. The Jaguars running back Chris Ivory would score on a 1-yard run and wide receiver Marcedes Lewis would catch a 5-yard touchdown pass from Colts found themselves down 14-0 going into the second quarter. The Jaguars would continue with success on offense in the second quarter, adding two making it 20-0 at halftime. To start the second half, the Colts would continue to struggle on offense after halftime, punting after just three plays totaling six yards. The Jaguars running back Chris Ivory would fumble half but again, the defense shut down the Colts after just yards on the drive. Bortles would spread the ball around on the next drive, getting the offense down to the 42-yard line, where Yeldon, who had nine carries for 122 yards in the game, would explode up the middle for a 58-yard rush and touchdown late in the third quarter, increasing the Jaguars lead to 27-0. The Jaguars defense would set the offense up for cruise control the remainder of the game, overpowering the Colts offensive line and smothering Brissett for an additional seven sacks bringing the game total to ten sacks in a game that was far from close. The win puts Jacksonville at the top of the AFC South (tied with the Tennessee Titans) as they go into a bye week before hosting the Cincinnati Bengals on November 5 at 1:00 pm.PHOTO GALLERYSee more photos online at www.TheFloridaStar.com INDIANAPOLIS, IN OCT 22: Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Marcedes Lewis (89) catches a touchdown pass as Indianapolis Colts safety Matthias Farley (41) attempts to intercept. (Photo by Debby Wong/The Florida Star) Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Marcedes Lewis (89) celebrates after scoring a touchdown pass as Indianapolis Debby Wong/The Florida Star) INDIANAPOLIS, IN OCT 22: Indianapolis Colts quarterback Jacoby Brissett (7) is sacked by Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Yannick Ngakoue (91) on October 22, 2017 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Debby Wong/The Florida Star) INDIANAPOLIS, IN OCT 22: Jacksonville Jaguars running back Chris Ivory (33) runs with the ball against the Indianapolis Colts on October 22, 2017 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Debby Wong/The Florida Star)Jacksonville Jaguars defense is solid as they smother the Indianapolis Colts 27-0 Jacksonville Jaguars running back Chris Ivory loses his helmet during the game (Photo by Debby Wong/The Florida Star)Black College Football Hall of Fame Class announced for 2018The Black College Football Hall of Fame (BCFHOF) has announced its Class of 2018. Seven inductees were selected from a list of 25 Finalists who had been determined earlier by the BCFHOF Selection Committee. The Class of 2018 includes Harold Carmichael (Southern), Raymond Chester (Morgan State), Thomas Hollywood Henderson (Langston University), Leo Lincoln Locomotive Lewis (Lincoln (Mo), Greg Lloyd (Fort Valley State), Everson Walls (Grambling State) as player inductees and Coach Bill Hayes (Winston-Salem State and North Carolina A&T). This class represents three Super Bowl rings, 18 Pro Bowl selections and several Black College Football championships, said BCFHOF CoFounder and 2011 Inductee Doug Williams. Take a look at what theyve earned this incredible honor. Votes were tallied from the 12-member Selection Committee, comprised of prominent journalists, commentators and historians, as well as former NFL General Managers and executives, and from previous BCFHOF inductees to determine the 2018 Inductees. The Class of 2018 will be honored at the Ninth Annual Black College Football Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, Presented by the Atlanta Falcons on February 10, 2018. The Induction Ceremony takes place at the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta, Georgia. on ESPN at the Celebration Bowl in Atlanta on December 16th. Jacksonville Jaguars Jalen Ramsey host private birthday celebration with FansOn October 23rd, Jalen Ramsey, of the Jacksonville Jaguars, hosted 20 fans at a private birthday celebration at Topgolf. The event themed #HappyBirthdayJalen served as a way for Jalen to not only celebrate his birthday, but to connect and engage with some of his biggest supporters. The twenty fans who shared an October birthday and their guests mixed and mingled during a social hour, while enjoying complimentary food and soft drinks, an autograph session, photos, and Jalen. Ramsey was joined by teammates AJ Bouye and Aaron Colvin. Jalen Ramsey, right with fans. Photo by Terrence Armand.

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PAGE 10 THE STAR OCTOBER 28, 2017 Staff Directory OWNER/PUBLISHER Clara McLaughlin MANAGEMENT Lonzie Leath GENERAL MANAGER Opio Sokoni SALES & MARKETING Kirkwood Hannah COMMUNITY Follow Us!Facebook Twitter Instagram Website: Listings are due the Tuesday before the next issue. Email submissions preferred. Send to: Info@TheFloridaStar.com The views and information expressed in this column are not necessarily the views of the publisher or advertisers. North Florida Land Trusts Adopt-AHighway Clean-Up on Big Talbot IslandVolunteers needed for the Nov. 4 clean-up along Heckscher Dr. Florida Dept. of Revenue Proposed Rules Child Support Child Support Rule Hearing 1:00 pm November 9, 2017 Council Member Garrett Denniss Post Hurricane Irma Bill Approved By City Council T education. a kindergartener. She had KHDUG\003VRPH\003WKLQJV\003DERXW\003.,\003 -DFNVRQYLOOH\003WKDW\003FRQFHUQHG\003 KHU\003DQG\003ZDQWHG\003WR\003\277QG\003RXW\003LI\003 WKH\\000ZHUH\003WUXH\021\003KH\003PDGH\003LW\003 FOHDU\003LQ\003KHU\003MRE\003LQWHUYLHZ\003WKDW\003 LI\003VKH\003GLGQ\266W\003IHHO\003FRPIRUWDEOH\003 enrolling her daughter at the VFKRRO\017\003VKH\003ZRXOGQ\266W\003EH\003WDNLQJ\003 WKH\003MRE\003WKHLU\HLWKHU\021 $IWHU\003VLWWLQJ\003LQ\003RQ\003VRPH\003 FODVVHV\017\003DQG\003GRLQJ\003KHU\003GXH\003 GLOLJHQFH\017\003%URZQ\003DFFHSWHG\003WKH\003 MRE\017\003DQG\003HQUROOHG\003KHU\003GDXJKWHU\021\003 RZ\017\003DV\003WKH\003H[HFXWLYH\003GLUHFWRU\017\003 VKH\003WDNHV\003WKH\003OHDG\003LQ\003KHOSLQJ\003 DOO\003RI\003KHU\003VWXGHQWV\003DW\003.,\017\003 LQFOXGLQJ\003PDQ\\000OLNH\003$UUHDOLRXV\017\003 OHDUQ\003WKH\003NQRZOHGJH\003DQG\003VNLOOV\003 WKDW\003ZLOO\003RSHQ\003GRRUV\003WR\003WKHLU\003 IXWXUH\021 /DQH\003:ULJKW\003LV\003DQ\003HGLWRU\003DW\003 \(GXFDWLRQ\003RVW\003ZKR\003LV\003IRFXVHG\003 RQ\003WHOOLQJ\003VWRULHV\003WKDW\003KHOS\003 IDPLOLHV\003XQGHUVWDQG\003KRZ\003WKHLU\003 VFKRROV\003DUH\003GRLQJ\017\003KRZ\003WR\003PDNH\003 WKHP\003EHWWHU\017\003DQG\003KRZ\003SROLF\\000 SOD\\000V\003D\003UROH\021\003+H\266V\003D\003IRUPHU\003 MRXUQDOLVW\003DQG\003IRUPHU\003SUHVV\003 VHFUHWDU\\000WR\003\V\003JRYHUQRU\021 What the Iraq War and Jax Charter Schools have in Common their written declaration that the THE TRUMP CHRONICLES Matthew W. Gilbert Jr./Sr. High School Alumni 20th Grand Class Reunion Celebration 1952 1970, The deadline to purchase tickets is December 21, 2017 (No exceptions No tickets will be sold at the door). The deadline to purchase an ad or sponsorship in the Souvenir Booklet is December 1st, 2017. COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENT BRENTWOOD BRANCH LIBRARY TO CELEBRATE GRAND REOPENING WITH FALL FESTIVAL Wellness Rx Ask a Pharmacist

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